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MUNICIPAL COURT.
Base Ball an Sunday—Disorderly Conduct.
Assault and Battery.
Two boys were charged with playing
base ball on the Sabbath dav. James
Brown testified that he was often both
ered by boys playing on his pasture lots.
Yesterday they refused to stop when he
ordered them to do so, and one of them
ran off with his hat. He found their
coats and brought them to the police
station and the boys yere arrested when
they came to claim them. The case was
■dismissed upon payment of the costa.
Mary Richards, colored, was charged
with disorderly conduct. James Quail
testified that she threw stones into his
bouse and created a disturbance. Mary
Ella Richards stated that she had a claim
on John Elliott, as he was to marry her
this month, and she told him that if he
went into Quail's house and did not
come out when she told him, she would
storm the castle. Judge Ball fined her
$5 aud costs.
Bernard Conner was charged with as
sault and battery on Edward Muilin, on
April 13. Muilin testified that Conner
did not assault him, but when Mr.
Turner reminded him that he was on his
oath, he testified that Conner knocked
him down and blacked his eye. The wit
ness used some profanity in his evidence
and was evidently drunk. J udge Ball had
him lecked up. Officer Brown testified
that the assault was committed at 1
o'clock on Sunday morning at
Third and Tatnail streets. Samuel
E. Johnson testified that the fight was
caused by a money matter, Conner had
handed Muilin a $5 gold piece and the
latter ran away. Conner took Mullin's
books and kept them for him |to make up
the mony. When they met again the
fight took place. The case was dismissed
on payment of the costs.
PATRICK O'HARA DISAPPEARS.
Left Home April 3 and Ha« Mot Since
Been Heard From.
Patrick F. O'Hara, a morocco dresser,
formerly with Ford & Ryan, and who
keeps a grocery store at No. 610 West
Second street, 'mysteriously disappeared
from his home on Thursday, April 3. He
was a steady, industrious man in fair
circumstances, aud no cause can be found
for his disappearance.
Mr O'Hara came home to his dinner as
usual ou the day of his disappearance.
After this he went up stairs aud dressed
himself in his best clothes. His wife
asked him where he was going and he re
plied that he was tired of working at
Ford & Ryan's shop and was going some
where else. He left his home at
2 o'clock and has not been heard of since.
Mrs. O'Hara wrote to his relatives and
friends in Salem, Mass., and they say he
has not been there. When he went he
had a large amount of money with him,
and Mrs. O'Hara thinks he has been
robbed and murdered.
Mrs. O'Hara was not at her store
this morning but a relative, seen at the
house this morning, said: "Mrs. O'Hara
intended to go to Philadelphia on Satur
day, as she had heard that she might find
him there, but her baby was taken sick
and she bad to remain in this city, but
sbe went this morning and hopes to find
him." Some persons think that O'Hara
went to the country to visit friends and
and was robbed and murdered.
A Delightful Entertainment.
An elocutionary and musical enter
tainment will be given in the Second
Baptist Church to-morrow evening. Rev.
William H. Youug and wife of Wash
ington, D. C., will give several original
elocutionary selections. The program is
as follows: Quartette,Misses Bisseile aud
Jones, Messrs. Rhoads and Lobdell; dra
matic recitation, "The Raven; bird imi
tation. The Telltale;" duet, "The Laurel
and the Rose," Grell, Messrs. Rhoads and
Lobdell; double recitation, "The
Two Sides of Society;" persona
tion, eight characters: "A Fashionable
Choir;" solo, Infilice, Verdi,C. B. Rhoads;
recitation, with original accompaniment,
the organist: trio, ' 'O Restless Sea,
White," Miss Kate Bisselle, Messrs.
Rhoads aud Lobdell ; dialectic, ten char
acters, " The Statute of Liberty recita
tion, "Joining the Masons;" solo,»Vorrel
Moire, Tosti, Miss Kate Bisseile; recita
tion, "A Kitchen Clock;" dramatic reci
tation, "Daisy's faith; description, ar
ranged from "Ben Hur," the chariot race
Socialist Labor Celebration.
The members of the Socialist Labor
Party gave an entertainment in the hall
at Fifth and Searles streets Saturday
night, to commemorate the anniversary
of the birth of Ferdinand Lasalle. The
first address was made by Ernest Papen
man, and Mrs. Kohler recited a prologue.
The main speech. "The Life of Lasalle,"
was given by Gustave Keinike. "Ferdin
and LaSalie was born in 1825. His
father was a merchant and his son was
brought up in the same business. But
he devoted himself to study and poetry
and for one of his poems, he was sent to
prison in 1848 Soon after big imprison
ment he became a loader of the working
men and was one of the labor agitators
who brought about the present condition
of labor throughout the world. He was
killed by Herr ven Rakonitz in a duel
and was buried in Breslau."
Confirmation at St. Andrew's
Confirmation services were held in St.
Andrew's Church yesterday morning.
Bishop Coleman preached the sermon,
taking as his text, part of the tenth
chapter of the epistle to the Philippian
' The power of his resurrection." The
bishop administered the rite of confirma
tion to ten men and six women,
commented on the fact that more men
than women were in the class. He gave
the class its confirmation text, a position
of the epistle for the day; 1 John v: 12,
"He that hath the Son hath life; and he
that hath not the Son of Qod hath not
life."
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He
Escaped from Death,
A son of Morris Buck, aged 7 years,
met with a strange and nearly fatal acci
dent Saturday morning. He was sitting
on a pile of ties near the P. W. & B.
railroad on Lombard street when they
began rolling and the boy was thrown in
front of an engine on the track. He re
tained enough presence of mind to^draw
himself away and so escaped with a few
injuries.
Hanley In Town,
Jack Hanley, the light weight cham
pion has arrived in town from Buffalo, to
pay a visit fo his friends and Tony
Btannard. He brought a splendid English
mastiff, which was a present from
Assemblyman O'Brien of New York.
Hanley will fight Cushing at New
Orleans on April 26, for a purse of $1,500,
which he expects to win.
Will Fa»» Through Wilmington,
A special train over the P., W. & B.
Railroad bearing the remains of Bon.
Samuel J. Randall will pass through
this city about 6 o'clock this evening.
Positively
The last Public Sale of Carpetfe, Oil
Cloths, Mattings and Furniture, at 417
Shipley street, will take place on Wed
nesday afternoon April 16, at 1 o'clock.
CARDINAL GIBBONS.
tlie Opera House
listens le His Lecture.
James Cardinal Gibbons delivered a
lecture before 1,000 persons in the Opera
House yesterday afternoon. At 3.45
o'clock a procession of Catholic societies
formed at the residence of Bishop Curtis,
who was the host of the archbishop of
Baltimore. The societies were the
Knights of St. Lawrence, who acted as
the guard of honor; Ancient Order of
Hibernians, St. Mary's T. A. B. Society,
St. Paul's Beneficial Association and
Bronson Library.
The procession marched to the Opera
House and the distinguished guests, local
clergymen and Knights of St. Lawrence
were seated upon the stage.
Among those on the stage were Arch
bishop Ryan of Philadedphia, Cardinal
Gibbons of Baltimore, Bishop Curtis of
Wilmington, Father Timmons of Ches
ter, Revs. William J. Berminghara, M.
X. Fallon, George E. Kelley, George S.
Bradford, D. J. Flynn, Dollard, Farley,
Donaghy and Brady, Hon. George H.
Bates, Levi C. Bird, Esq., C B. Lore,
Esq , H. H. Ward, Esq., Brother Abra
ham of LaSalle College, Philadelphia,
Bishop Alfred A. Curtis Introduced
Cardinal Gibbons, and paid him a high
tribute for his learning, piety and zeal,
and referred to the veneration in which
he is held by the people throughout the
country.
Cardinal Gibbons said in part ; after
thanking Bishop Curtis for his hearty
welcome: "Let us transport ourselves in
spirit back to the dawn of Christianity and
look at one of the vices of Rome. That
city had 3,000,000 people and was influen
tial and rich. In the corner of the
streets are niches in whieh are idols.
They have given themselves up to idola
try and worship everything but
God. What is true of Rome is not true
of all the world. The empire of Rome
was mistress of the civilized world. This
was the condition of the world when our
Savior come as a beam of light. He
gathered around him twelve men who
were not learned or rich. He calls upon
them to remove' idolatry from
the earth, and to put in its
place the worship of the true God ; to re
move other vices and to plant there vir
tues. These men may be compared to
twelve little streams, which became
great rivers. When we compare the in
significant means to the colossal results
we think of that saying; 'By the simple
shall He confound them.' Their only
weapon was the gospel ; their only*refng'e
the cross. Their thoughts reached to the
end of the earth. The pious audadty of
a few illiterate men is not so surprising
as the result of their labors. In less than
fifty years we find the gospel throughout
the entire world. There is a striking
contrast between the peaceful victory of
the Gospel and the bloody deeds of war.
"Scan the causes in the propogation of
Christianity. First, The sublime and
beautiful teachings of the Christian re
ligion. It spoke to the people of God giv
iug them a rational idea, a God infinitely
good, holy and wise. It gave a man a
rational idea of himself. Man knew not
whence he came or whither he went. It
taught him his origin and destiny ; it
taught a man to have peace with his God
by keeping peace with his neighbor. It
was not for a small circle, but spoke to
the rich and poor; to the master and
th# slave. The Christian religion then
as now held out to all its benefits.
"Second. The beautiful example of
primitive Christians. They were poor in
life, vet, would face death for their con
victions. It may bo asked why the
Gospel does not have the same success
now as it had then. It may be because
we do not preach it with the earnestness
of those old disciples. But let us beware
that we do not lose what we have. It is
harder to re-convert a former Christian
city, than to convert a heathen city.
"Let us therefore cherish our Chris
tian'rfaith and lot ns summarize our
blessings It has given us a clear con
ception of God; has released us from
idolatry; has removed slavery; has
elevated labor ; has done great things for
woman ; she ia no longer the slave, but
the peer of the husband.
"We should cherish these blessings.
Everyone should be a factor in the pro
motion of Christianity aud in helping to
keep the faith of our fathers." The
applause was long continued at his close,
and Bishop Curtis thanked the audience
for its attention. •
A Largo Audience »
Wheelmen Spinning.
Thirty members of the Wilmington
Wheel Club were spinning around the
country yesterday.
Castle aud Newark, others to
Some went to New
West
Chester and still others to Philadelphia.
B. Frank McDaniel and B. Seeds rode to
Pniladelphia and did some scorching.
After covering seventy-eight miles they
boarded a train at Darby and rode to this
city. They made up a hundred miles here
and thus finished the second century
run of the season.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
George F. Lane is in Chester.
Edwin Prettyman is visiting at Middletown.
George W. Bush is in Werncrsville, Pa.
Andrew Fox Is visiting in Philadelphia.
Cardinal Gibbons is the guest of Bishop
Curtis.
L. W. James is visiting with friends in Bal
timore.
F Fairbanks is the guest of Philadelphia
friends.
L. Hchleln is the guest of Philadelphia
friends.
Rev. J. W. Bermlngham has returned home
from New York.
Miss Virginia Ray is visiting friends at
Woodbury, N. J.
Mrs. Thomas Curley and Mrs. Edward Hig
gins, are in Baltimore.
Rev. M. X. Fallon went t-> New Y'ork City
last night and will return to-morrow.
Senator Gray sent his congratulations
Stanley by phonograph.
Miss Mary Laffertyhas gone to Atlantic
City for a short stay.
Joseph Vehle and Miss Annie Yehle are
visiting in Philadelphia.
J. 11. King, general secretary of the Y. M.
C A , was in Philadelphia to-dav.
J. R. King, secretary of the Y. M. O. A. was
at the Newport M. E. Church last evening.
Harry Plowman, who has been working in
Pittsburg for the last six months, returned
home last week.
Cards have been Issued for the marriage of
William ... Ryan aud Miss Josephine Atkin
son, of Harrington.
Hu vert Cassidy and John J. Cassidy left
this morning for St. Louis. Mo., where they
will remain for several days.
Presid'ng Elder W. L. S Murray preached
at Claymout and Chester Bethel, yesterday
morning and evening, respectively.
Rev. W. A. Shaeffer of St. Stephens's Lu
thurau Church of E hiladeiphla, ©reached
this city last evening at St. Stephens's Lathe
ran Church.
Vicar General J. A Lyons of this clty.went
to New Y'ork yesterday afternoon to attend
the funeral ot hts »ister, Mrs. Ann Scully,
which takes place to-day.
Cards are out announcing the marriage of
George T.Williams, druggist, und Miss Emma
Matthews, at West Presbyterian Church, on
April 23, by Rev. A. N. Kelgwin.
Cards ape out announcing the marriage of
Benjamin F. Morrison ana Miss Lizzie M.
Neutze. In Delaware Avenue Raid 1st Church,
on Thursday evening, April 24, at 8 o'clock.
Charles L. Thompson, with J. M Harvey,
druggist, of this city, received notice Satur
day that he suceecsfully passed the senior
course ot the Philadelphia College of Phar
macy.
Arrivals at the Clayton House are: W. M.
Hinds,Cincinnati; H. H. Locher, New York:
D McLeod, Philadelphia: O W. Tnwnshcad,
f hll-delphra; F Diedrick, New Y'erz: J. H.
Uiusman, New York; YV. Auge J, St. Louis.
to
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CAPTAIN DICKINSON EXONERATED
.« RappabaunocU'» Commander Nat
Lully of Cruelty.
At the evening hearing of Captain
James Dickinson of the big ship Rappa
hannock. on Saturday afternoon, the cap
tain's testimony followed that of Daniel
J. Murphy, Jr., stevedore. .He said that
his crew was a terrible lot of men, and
some of them were cut throats and
thieves. "The men came aft in a body
on March 28, and demanded that they
be allowed to see the United States mar
shal, as the , boat was not sufficiently
manned. They positively refused to go
to work until they could see the marshal.
I sent for Commissioner Johnson, as those
officers are always referees in disputes
between captain and crew. The commis
sioner arrived with a posse of officers late
in the afternoon."
The captain then described the dash
upon the mutineers and the ironing
those who refused to go to work. T
witness did not think he had been
sufficiently severe with the men, and be
had reproached himself with being too
lenient. He had personally dressed
Griffin's wound» three times. Captain
Dickinson said that the food furnished
the men was better than the government
stipulated that seamen should have, but
he was always ia the habit of giving the
men the choice of government or his
varied bill of fare, He is confident that
the vessel was not only properly manned,
but was in excellent trim, and it was
better provided than the average vessel.
"The vessel' is worth $150,000 and the
cargo 1135,000, on which there is no
insurance. I have my wife and two
daughters aboard, and it is hardly prob
able that I would take them on such a
voyage, er risk that much uninsured
property, if the appointments were net
correct in every detail."
Sergeant of Police Maloney and Com
missioner Johnson testified to the fight
with the stubborn men on the 28th. They
said: "A (man named Smith put his
hands on Griffin to stand him aside. As
he did so Griffin reached behind him,
drew a sheath knife and made a lunge at
Smith. Peter Kelly struck Griffin on the
jaw with a blackjack and he fell. His
lip was cut and in falling bis head struck
a bolt and inflicted the injury there.
After a sharp scuffle with the mutineers
they surrendered, and all promised to go
to work except Griffin, Randall and two
or three others, who were put in
irons."
Commissioner Smith then exonerated
the captain from all blame and dismissed
the case. The captain received many con
gratulations from the gentlemen in the
court room. He is a man of pleasant ad
dress, and ;his hearty laugn and good
natured smile uphold the statement that
"he could not hurt a mouse." He is from
Bath, Me., and part owner of the Rappa
hannock. He says that some of the news
papers by false and exaggerated reports
are doing much to cripple the shipping
industries of the United States, which
are dwindling down each year.
After the hearing the three seamen,
Captain Dickinson and Captain Swain
went to New Castle. The men were con
fined in the jail until 8 o'clock, when they
were placed on board the tug Argus and
taken aboard the ship. They said that
they were perfectly willing to ship and
do their duty as sailors, and all they
asked was to be treated properly.
The delay by the arrest, no doubt,
caused great pecuniary loss to the
owners of the ship, as after her lightered
cargo was reloaded she was compelled to
wait several hours before the captain ar
rived. When the tide changed she was
swung around on Dan Baker shoal and
she soon sunk in the mud so deeply that
she can not be turned. It is not known
when the vessel can be taken out of the
bay.
I
of
lie
Election of Officers.
The Sunday School Association of
Grace M. E. Church met in the Sunday
school room yesterday afternoon and
elected the following officers for the en
suing year; The Rev, Jacob Todd, D.D.,
pastor; W. H. Curry, superintendent;
Henry C. Downward. Nathaniel W.
Davis, Mrs. W. H. Curry, assistant
superintendents ; William L. Todd, Edgar
L. Haynes, ushers: Harry C Evans,
secretary; H. C. Robinson, treasurer: W.
Percy Morrison, assistant treasurer;
Charles W. Pusey, librarian, Andrew
E. Crow, William G. Farra, S A. Macal
lister, John G. Baker, Dr. J. M. Curtis,
assistant librarians : N. Dushane Clow
ard, musical director; George Maris,
pianist Infant school—Mrs. *V. Hast
ings, superintendent; Miss Lulu Wel
diu, Mrs. William Beadenkopf, Mrs.
William G. Farra, Miss Emma Graves,
assistant superintendents.
Runaway.
A pair of white horses belonging to J.
S. Shaeffer and attached to a beer wagon,
took fright while standing at Third and
Shipley streets this afternoon, and ran
out Third to King street at a fearful rate
of speed. They were caught between
King and French streets before any
serious damage was done. Some of the
beer was spilled along the street.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
The Friendship Fire Company tested its
hose at Tenth and King streets, this morn
ing.
ph Pyle will lecture on "Ylormoniem
Y. VI. C. A hall to-night. Itisfreeto
Jose
at the
ladies and members.
A w agon belonging to Eising & Lange
turned over on Girard street this morning,
breaking the wheel.
John Jacoby, contractor for the intercept
ing sewer, began work at Sixteenth and W al
nut streets on Saturday.
The Dickinson College Glee Club will give
one of their exceedingly enjoyaole entertain
ments in Grace M E. Church, this evening.
The last conference of women visitors of the
Associated Charities, of the season, was held
this afternoon at 3 o'clock, in the Y" . M. C. A
Hall.
An entertainment, consisting of tableaux
and musical selections, will be given by the
young people of Gilbert Presbyterian Church
on Thursday evening.
A dog was accidentally run oyer by a gro
cery delivery wagon at Tenth and Market
streets, thismornlug. He Is not injured very
much and will recover.
The ladies of the Auxiliary of the Y. M.Ç.
A. met this afternoon in business session in
regard to the organ recital, to be given In
Grace M. E. Church next week by Minor C.
Baldwin.
Sterling Miller, accountant of the Pullman
car werks, was presented with a handsome
silver tea service ey his many triend- on Sat
urday. Mr Miller has been transferred to
the main shops at Pullman, Ill.
At 11.30 o'clock last night a slight fire occurred
In a pile of straw in the bottling house of
Councilman M J. Sharkey. The Weccacoe
Eire Company was called, but the fire was ex
tinguished by buckets of water.
A reception will be tendered Rev. Philip B
Cabell, the newly-appointed pastor of the
New Jerusalem Church, in Miss Negendank's
school room, by the members and friends of
the church, to-morrow evening
Albert Fullmer, the driver of a hack, while
returning from Newport with a number of
Red Men on Satuiday evening, fell from his
seat and sustained severe injures by the
wheels p issing over hts ankles.
The remainder of lots owned by the city In
ths square bounded by Eighth, Ninth. Du
Pont and Scott st-eets, were sold on Siaturday.
The amount realized was $ft.l5O'50, which
makes a total of $13,8X1.12 for the block.
Neher & Greiner, proorietors of the Capitol
Hstel, on King street aboya Fourth, are the
recipient» of a handsome floor rack of
polished yellow pine, from Leslie Smith, a
cigar dealer at Third and French streets, who
was the manufacturer.
Edward Meredith was assaulted by three
men late on Saturday night at Second and
King streets. Sergeants Stewart an« Peter
son arrested Archie Galloway and T ornas
Ryan for the assault, and they were given a'
bearing in City Court yesterday morning and
held tor a hearing to-r.ight.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
IF YOu WANT
Good Poiato Crops,
Jnstjtake our ad vice for once. It pay
change your seed. Instead of planting
own potatoes over, and getting »mall
scabby potatoes In ret urn, go to 8MELTZ A
CO., So. 13 East Fourth street, and buy some
of their choice stock of NORTHERN SEED
POTATOES. We have In stock the famous
Maine Rose, Early Ohio, York State Rose,
Beauty of Hebron, Mammoth Pearl, While
Star, White Elephant. Empire State, Chill
White' Burbank and flveother varieties.
Call and examine our stock.
•s you to
your
and
SMELTZ & CO., 13 E. Fourth St.
HOUSE CLEANING.
There is nothing that will add
to the furnishing of a house more
than papering, which can be done
at less expense than ever could
before by. calling
Market street. Yc
prised to find such a large line to
select from, comprising the
choice patterns of several of the
leading manmfacturers in the
country.
Window Shades hang to the
windows at short notice and
at low prices. Please coll aud
inspect the line of goods.
at No. 511
ou will be sur
Also a full line of
GEO. W. 600DLEY, 511 Market St
LICENSE APPLICATION.
N OTICE.-I. HENRY E PCSEY, THE
owner and occupant of the house
situated at the northwest corner of Front and
Scott streets, in the Twelfth ward in the city
of Wilmington county of New Castle and
State of Delaware, In compliance with the re
quirements of the acts of the General Assem
bly In such case made and provided, do
hereby give notice that I shall apply In writ
ing to the Court of General Sessions of the
Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of Dela
ware. in and for New Castle county, on MON
DAY, the 12th day of May. A. 1).. 1890, being
the next term of said court, for a license for
said house as an inn or tavern, for the sale
therein of intoxicating liquors in lees quan
tities than one quart, to be drunk on the
premises, and the following respectable citi
zens of said ward, at least twelve of whom are
substantial freeholders of said ward, recom
mend the said application, viz;
John F. Daley
John A. Lengel
Owen J. Hesslon
M. J Galloyher
J. M Dillon
Joseph Sayers
David P. Michener
P-terJ. Ford
Phi lip Pluukeketk
Charles D. Blocher
William Forres!
Patrick N. Long
Robert McCullen
Samuel Maulton
Frank Curry
William Mulcathy
James U. McHugh
John F. Reynolds
George Evans
Maurice Fltnn
Wm. M. Dericksou
Patrick Daley
Adam Spabn
Joseph H. Pry
Hugh Connor
Ml
_ HENRY E. PCSEY,
XTOTK'E -WE, J. PCSEY SMITH AND
J-ft JOSEPH L. MURRAY, trading as Smith
A Murray, the tenants snd occupants of the
house situated at No. B East Seventh street, in
the Sixth ward In the city of Wilmington,
county of New Castle and,State of Delaware,
in compliance with the requirements of the
acts of tt-e General Assembly in such case
mode and provided, do hereby give notice that
we shall apply in writing to the Court of
General Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery
of the State of Delaware, In and for New
castle County, on Monday, the 12th day of
May, IftttO. Iielng tho next term of said Court,
for a license for said house as an Inn or tavern,
for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors in
less quantities than one quart, to be drunk on
the premises, and the following respectable
citizens of said ward, at least twelve of whom
are substaatlal freeholders of said ward,
recommend the said application, viz:
A . H. Chadwick John Craig
Charles W, Stiegers M F Hayden
J. W. McKinley Charles Reynolds
Leonard Miller William Harvey
0. F. Wahl James Carpenter
Edward White George Bnzlne
G B. Underwood John Kleinsmber
Peter R. Calls Hugh Lynch
David Bramburg Charles Courteny
Patrick Brennan C. McConnell
Edward Crossen Michael Malloy
Louis Winkler Thomas Donnelly
SMITH Ai MURRAY,
NJOTICK-I, LEWIS SASSE,
is owner and occupant of the house situ
ated at No. 114 East
In tho Fourth ward
THE
Fourth street.
In the city
of Wilmington, county of New Castle
and State of Delaware, in compliance with
the requirements of the acts of the General
Assembly in such ease made aud provided, do
hereby give notice that I shall apply in writing
to the Court of General Sessions of the Peace
and Jail Delivery of the State ofjDelaware. in
and for New Castle county, on Monday, the
12Wi day of May, IftftO, being the next term of
said Court, tor a license for said house as an
Inn or tavern, for the sale therein of Intoxl
ling liquors In less quantltlei than one quart,
to lie drunk on the premises, and the follow
ing respectable citizens of said ward, at least
twelve of whom are substantial freeholders of
said ward, recommend the said application,
viz:
J. M. Singley
Peter McAleer
Emil Hertel. M. D.
Bernard Bonner
James Mills
Charles Yet ter
John Burnside
John C. Sasse
Peter Ebner
Charles Mammele
Charles Sommer
Thomas Farmar
Fred C. Mammele
Geo. W. Pratt
C. A. Robb
Jas. A. Magee
William Bareford
J. Geo. Staih
John Little
Joseph H. Green
Isaac Dillon
Alexander Valentine
S N. Snieltz
C. F. Wagr
Wm. H . Pi
Anton Gross
LEWIS SASSE.
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N otice- x, john savers, the
tenant and occupant of the house situ
ated at the southwest corner Tenth and
Orange streets in the Seventh ward in the
city of Wilmington, county of New Castle,
ana State of Delaware, in compliance with
the requirements of the acts of the
General Assembly in such case made
and provided, do hereby give notice
that I shall apply in writing to
the Court of General Sessions of the Peace
and Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware. In
and for New Castie county, on the 12th day of
May. A. D., IHlkl. being the next term of said
court, lor a 1 ieense for said house as an inn
or tavern, for the sale therein of intoxicat
ing liquors in less quantities than one quart,
to be crunk on the premises, and the fol
lowing res »ec table citizens of said ward, at
least twelve of whom are substantial free
holders of said ward, recommend the said
application, viz:
Edward Scott
John B. Ginder
John C. Jackson
John H. Edwards
D. A. Dewees
J. A. Krauspe
James Dsnhy
1). F. Holstien
John L. Malone
Wm. II Alexander
L. Grimes
James W Wore
Alfred H. Edwarde
Edwin C Sevcire
J. C. Carroll
G A. Davis
John Wler
John T. Taylor
James \V. King
Andrew Traynor
Charles Whann
Samuel Hawkins
W. H. Taylor
Charles \v.
Edwards
JOHN SAYERS
VTOTICE -I, WILLIAM G. ROBELEN.
ix the owner and occupant of the home
situated at No. 108 West Seventh street,
in the Fifth ward in the city of Wilmington,
county of New Castle and .-u.te of Delaware,
In compliance with the requirements of the
acts of the General Assembly In such case
made and provided, do hereby give notice
that I shall apply in writing to the Court of
General Sessions of the Peace and Jail De
livery of the State of Delaware, in and for New
Castle county, on Monday, the 12th day of
May, 1890, being the next term of said court,
for a license for said house os an Inn or tavern,
for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors in
less quantities than one quart, to be drunk on
the premises.and the following respectable
citizens of said ward, at least twelve of whom
are substantial freeholders of said ward,
recommend the said application, viz:
Patrick Neary Thos. J. Earley
AH. G rim s haw Joseph J. Breen
A. W. Harting Henry Miller
Jonathan W. Aydon L. B. Preston
Thomas Ferry Johns. Jones
John C. Brison John Pattinson
Daniel T. Kllroy Andrew Harkins
A. Given James Megasy
Alfred L Carmichal James H. Hasson
A. Bernhardt
Geo. W. McKee
John J. Doughert y
Wm. U. Robinson
Robert Powel
; John Hobson
i
- F. P. Mellon
A. L. Ainscow
B. P. Hasson
WILLIAM G. ROBELEN.
N otice.— i, vinrent o
owner aud occupant of i
ated »t Blackbird, in School District No. 89.
Blackbird hundred, county of New Castle
and state of Delaw are, in compila ice
with the requirements of the acts of the
General Assembly in such case made and
provided, do hereby give notice that 1 shall
apply in writing to the Court of General Ses
sums of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the
state of Delaware, in and tor New Castle
county on MONDAY, the 12th day of May,
A. I),, 1890, being the next term of said court,
for a license for said house as an Inn or
tavern, tor the sale therein of intoxicating
liquors in less quantities than one quart, to be
drunk on the premises, and the following re
spectable citizens and substantial freeholders
of said school district recommend the said
application, viz;
C.B Naylor
W. M Fortner
Da*id Keen
H. R. Keen
Joseph Show
HILL, THE
the house situ
Alexander Plesengtou
YV. L. Reynolds
John Lockerman
William Fenemoro
W.C Malker
Richard Warren
Auly Hill
VINCENT O. HILL,
KKGISTKH'S OBIVBB.
HOWTEK'S ORDER.
it
REGISTER'S OFFICE.
New Castle County, Del., March 27,1890
Upon the application of Bridget Kelly
administratrix of John T. Kelley late of Wil
mington hundred. In »aid county, de
ceased. it 1« ordered and directed by
the Register that the administratrix
aforesaid give notice of granting of Leiters of
Administration upon the estate of the deceased
with the date of granting thereof, by eansing
advertisement* to bo posted within foyty days
from the date of such tatter* in si* of the
most public plat es of the county fef New Cas
tle, requiring all persons having demands
against the estate to present the same, or
abide by an Act of Assembly In such case made
and provided: and also cause the same to be
inserted within t he same period in the Even
ing .Tournai., a newspaper published in Wil
mington, Del., and to be continued therein
three weeks, e. o. d.
Given under the band and Seal
of Office of the Register aforesaid
at Wilmington, in New Castle
county aforesaid, the day and year
above written.
JOHN K. BRADFORD, Register.

NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the estate
of the deceased must present the same, duly
attested to the Administratrix, on or before
March 27. 1881, or abide the Act Of Assemoly
la such case mode and provided.
BRIDGET KELLY.
Administratrix.
Address- Wilmington. Del.
LICENSE APPLICATIONS.
YfOTIC'E. I, 3 AMES I,.
. .8 owner and occupant of the house situ
ated at No. 217 East Front street, In the Second
ward In theiltyof Wilmington county of New
''ast le and State of Delaware, in compliance
with the requirements of the acts of the Gen
eral Assembly In such case made and provided,
do hereby give notice that I shall apply In writ
ing to the Court of General Sessions of the
Peace and .Tall Delivery of the State of Dela
warean and for Now Castle county, on MON
DAY, the 12th day of May, A. I).. 1KMU, being
the next term of said court, for a license for
said house as an Ian or tavern, for the sale
therein of Intoxicating liquors in less quan
tities than one quart, to be drunk on the
promises, and the following resoectable citi
zens of said ward, at least twelve of whom
are substantial freeholders of said ward,
recommend the said application, viz;
W. H. Hartlove Robert Keny
Edward Melchoir W. Hammond
A F. Messlck T G Herzel
Andrew Rintinr Henry Feldmeier
P Geo B. Metzner Patrick Harmey
Jacob Baker Michael Walsh
John B Dunbar John J. O'Kara
Frank Harkins Lesley Smith
John H. Hubert Geo. Dcvalllnger
Samuel Bell C. De vail loger
John G . Garwood Samuel Hockhelmcr
Henry Bloutb Geo W Quinn
Adolph Kloberg A Hllg"r
Charles E Snarks M. Grady
JAMES L. WILLIS.
WILLIS. THE
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VTOTICK.-!. JOHN DOHERTY. THE
owner aud occupant of the house situ
ated at the northeast corner of Eighth
and Walnut streets, in the Sixth ward
in tho city of Wilmington, county of New
castle and Slate of Delaware, In compliance
with the requirements of the acts of the Gen
eral Assembly In such cose made and'provided,
do hereby give notice that I shal 1 apply In writ
ing to the Court of General Sessions of tho
Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of Dela
ware, in and for New Castle county, on MON
DAY. the 12th day of May. A D 18IV1,
being the next term of said court, for a license
for said house as an inn or tavern, for the
sale therein of Intoxicating liquors In loss
quantities than one quart, to ha drunk on the
premises, and tho following respectable citi
zens of said ward, at least twelve of whom
are substantial freeholders of said ward,
recommend the said
Abner G. Con Ison
S J, Mulshenock
Thos. D. Denney
Job n H. Fulton
George A. Shaffer
Dennis Fennesey
John Carney
Daniele Justinen
William Feeney
George YV. Feeney
James Henderson
Charles Harry
application, viz:
Henry Dutton
Henry Schneider
A. Molrlne
P Châties Bogan
Wilhelm Schneider
Jacob Hutz
John Otto. Jr.
John Scha-de
Peter McGartland
David 11. Wells
Thomas Gallagher
John Holland
JOHN DOHERTY.
AJOTICE.-I, THOMAS F. RUSSELL, THE
is tenant and occupant of the house situ
ated at No 61ft West
ward lu
of Wilmington, county of New
State of Delaware, In compliance with the re
quirements of the acts of the General
Assembly In such cast made and provided, do
hereby give notice that I shall apply In writ
ing to the Court, of General Sessions of the
Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of Dela
ware, in and for New Castle county, on MON
DAY'. the I2th day of May, A D . IftUO,
being the next term of said court, for a license
for said house as an inn or tavern, for the
sale therein of intoxicating liquors in leas
quantities than one quart, to be drunk on the
premises, and the following respectable citi
zens of said ward, at least twelve of whom
are
Front street,
the city
Ca»Ue and
In the Third
substantial
ward, recommend the said application, viz
Peter McCloskey H.Jacobs
Jas. M. Griffin J. W. Sberwin
D. W. Lynch David Maler
James Grant Morris Taylor
John Hanley M J. Conway
Gottleih Krattur John McBride
Henry Witsil Hugh Duffy
Thomas Duffy James D. Gorman
Charles Harper William Haley
John Conway Paul Ward
Thos. J. Fitzsimmons Edward Witsil
Patrick Flood
Robert Hoy
Daniel McCloskey
freeholders of said
Lemuel Hitch
Geo. H. Hlesel
George M. Goyod
THOMAS F. RUSSELL.
VTOTICE.-I, GEORGE SHARPE, THE
is tenant and oocuoant of the hon-e
situated at No. «0« Pine street, in the
Eighth ward of the city of Wilming
ton. county of New Castle and Staie
of Delaware, In compliance with the require
ments of the acts of the General Assembly in
such case made and provided, do hereby give
notice that I shall apjdy in writing to the
Court of General Sessions of the Pence and
Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware, In anil
for New Castle county, on MONDAY", the
12th day of May. A. U., 1880, being the next
term of said court, for a license for said house
as an inn or tavern, for the sale therein of
Intoxicating liquors In less quantities than
one quart, to be drunk on the premises,
and the following respectable citizens of
said ward, at least twelve of whom are
substantial freeholders of said ward,
mend the said application, viz;
Charles E Taylor John O'Neil
Clement Bssler Fred Knapp
James Stuart John Wu klein
Frederick Steinlcken Joen O. Strauss •
Chris Bauer
John Roerner
John Shav
Harry F, Schnupf
Adam Wagner
James Martha
Wm. Hoopes
Wm, Tar tor
recom
Richard Bower
P, A Horty
Frank Uradwohl
Jaseph Schwab
Nelson Gregg
Ernst Ackerman
Harry Schuler
Peter McCouughy
Emil Ec kert
GEORGE SH ARPE.
■MOTICE -I, JOHN A. BOERS. THE
■Cx owner and occupant of the house sltu
Market street, in the
Fifth ward In the city ot Wilmington
county of New Castle and State of Delaware,
ill compliance with the requirements of the
acts of the General Assembly, In such ease
mode and provided, do hereby gl
that I shall apply In writing tothi
General Sessions of the Peace and Jail De
livery of t lie State ot Delaware, In and for
New Castle County, on Monday, the 12th day
May. 1880. being the next term of said
Court, fora 'ieense fo. said house as an inn
or tavern, for the sale therein of intoxicating
liquor» in less quantities than one quart, to
be drunk on the premises, and the following
respectable citizens of said ward recom
mend the said application, viz;
John t-, Weller
John H. Beatty
Moses B Gist
P. O. Snyder
Joshua B. Harding
W, F. Weller
John P I uriahm*
Thomas FedUan
Michael vtcGowea
Daniel Mulherin
A. L. Ainscow
Thomss J. Earley
JOHN A. BOERS
ated at No. 821
ve notice
« Court of
ol
Wm H Robinson
Patrick Neary
John J Dougherty
Georee W. McKee
James Megary
Isaac Miller
A. J. Kooch
Edw. F. Kane
Daniel T. Killroy
John C. Brison
P Carbery
Thomas Ferry
VfOTICE.-!, B. F. C. ROTH WELL, THE
Pi tenant of the house known as the
ColUn'8 Beach Hotel, situated at Collin's
Beach. In School District No, Ö7. Blaokbiid
hundred, county of New* Castle and
State of Delaware, in compliance with
the requirements of the acts of the Gen
eral Assembly in such case made and provided,
do hereby give notice that I shall apply in
writing to the Court of General Sessions of
the Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of
Delaware, in andfor;New Castle county, on
Monday, the 12th day of May. 1WI), being the
next term of said Court, for a license for said
house as an inn or tavern, for the sale therein
of intoxicating liquors in less quantities than
one quart, to be drunk on the premises, and
following respectable citizens and sub
stantial freeholders of said school district
recommend the said application, viz;
Robert N. Huggins J
Franklin Call ins
A. N. Gatchell
John M Joseph
Jonas Reiser
Thomas Fennemore
Levi Anderson
W. A. Taylor
William L. Collins
Reuben W Warren
his
Wm. H . X Hudson
mark
T. W. tavegrove
the
H. Brimer
Charles W. Walker
James F. David
Harry Wallow
William Pleasanton
James W Sllcox
Denney Walker
George S. Carey
John P. Carey
Frederick Thomas
J, J. Severson
LI
B R X Severson
mark
B. F. C. RDTHWELL.
UOUsKKKEPKR»' GROCERY LIST.
DKNNISuN A PEACH,
1W AND im EAST 17 mi STREET.
Weare headhnwter« tor all kinds of gro
«5Ä . WeRr,! '"try mack eacannt.ed. Wo
feel that we must «Iva cu».inner» entire satis
faction, our sales having increased over to per
cent. In the last 18 months. Our Tea and l*of
fee sales have doubled in the al«ve time. The
Tea that is usually sold al «0 cents, wo are
selling now at SO cents, and the Tea that sold
at 7U cents, we .are wiling now for B0 cents,
ry them; they are grand
1 Fine flav or tea, black mixed or green 40 c
2 Oolong tea, black
3 Fine, our own olend, the drive
4 Finest Formosa, the best.
5 English Breakfast .
o Imperial, the finest... ..
7 Imperial, elegant ..BOe
8 Middleton's prize tea, chlnaware.BOe
v ( )ur coffee« are noted for richness flavor
10 Strong Kio.
11 Superbvillo.
12 Standard Kio.. ..
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no»
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.38c
13 Santos coffee.
14 Old Huiland Java
15 Maracaibo.
ZHc and 30c
... 7,.',33c
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JO Chase A Sanborn'sMpeh* and JaveS ll»i.75c
Il Our coffees a*«) fresh toasted each week
10 Dried fruits are low; prunes 6 lbs
1» Primes, 4 llts .
20 French prunes, flue 3 lbs.
21 California big prunes
22 California prunes ..
23 Sun dried apples, 4 lbs ..
24 Evaporated apples, whole apples
2> Evaporated apples.
38 Pitted plums.
27 California pitted plums.
2» Evaporated aprleots.
2» Evaporated apricots, fancy.
SO Pared sliced peaches, ä lbs . .
31 Catsup, quarts, R bottles.
32 Canned apples, 3 emus .
33 Canned table peaches. 2 cans
34 Canned pie peaches, 3 cans.
35 Canned corn.4 cans. .......
3ft Canned tomatoes, per can.
37 I 'aimed beans, 4 cans .
3ft Canned peas, 8 cans.
33 Dried shaker corn perqt.
40 Pearl hominy per qt.
41 Mead Hebt oil per gal.
42 The liest broom In Delaware for
43 Brooms, 2 for 25c, 18c and.
44 Flour is down 1214 lb. bag
45 Flour »ever was so Cheap by the bWl ....
4« Pure lard guaranteed home made, 3 lbs 25c
4, Best rice, iwr lb...
4ft Broken rice.
4» 0 lbs crushed oats. ,
50 Best sugar-cured hams per lb
51 Best California bams.
52 Beat boneless ham.
53 Dried beef in piece. ..
54 Fresh eggs..
55 Big oocoannts .
B« Clothes plus, 4 do?.. .
57 Honey drips, per qt.
5ft Best sugar syrup..
58 Celebrated qailTln «yrttp
UU Tlte finest N. 4). molasses per gal
61 Fine N. O. molasses per gal.
02 Pureclder vinegar 3 years oid. per gal
83 McGintv Jumbles. 311« .
64 Coffee Jumbles, » 11«.
65 Hoda crackers,» lbs,.
66 Ginger snaps, 3 lbs. .
67 5 gals oil can.
0ft Boap* all kinds.
88 Soaps. 2 cakes for 5c; Our Own, » for
70 Fine honey, 1 Hi. cakes......... a, .,.
71 Potatoes oer bnshel.
72 lamp Cblnmevs and Stone Ware.
7i Rest head light oil'per gal.12c
Give us a call at 102 East Fifth street.
THE GRANGER STORE, 102 East
Fifth street.
DENNISON & PEACH.
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HORSE BOARDING.
Moving day brings changes i In
horses' homes uur advantages are
war—-\ Barge, well-ventilated stable, exéél
-öowweleut facilities for «are of carriages,
polite attention from careful men and moder
ate charges Wo desire your patronage.
Please call or drop us a line aud will come to
see you. Telephone 213.
Wilmington Boarding Stables
212 hikI' 914
W. SI «til s*.
JOSEPH STOECKLE'S
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PORTER BREWERY
WILMINGTON. DEI«
Office and Brewery, N. W. Cor. Fifth »la
Adams Sts. Telephone 183.
Depot and Saloon, Nos. 223 and S!5 King t '
Telephone 336.
••lai».
FRANCIS KELLY & CO
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BOLE PROPRIETOne OF TH*
OBANftî! QUOTE
AND
BEAVER VALLE'
FOBS EYE WHISKIES
Cholco Cologne Spirit*. .
103 Market aud 102 Shiuley Sis.
WttWUWTng. DM.
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' BOTTLER ,
■„ j?» , .
Soda, Sarsaparilla. Ginger Ale
and Weiss Beer.
Orders ffbm the ofty or State taken at tbi
depot. 308 FRENCH STREET, prompt!'
attende^ to,
BOTTLED LAGER BEER AND PORTEI
P EBNER Fourth aad Union Sts
T. IlUHLlll, e«H Telephone 618
MECHANICS' HOTEL,
N. W. Cor. Eleventh St. and R. It. Ati
(Opposite Pullman Car Works.)
PHILIP AMBOLD. Pnop.
Board by the Day or Week.
Meals at ail hours of the day.
Accommodation for Fifty Guests.
Bar supplied with a Fine line of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
A share of your patronage 1» respect full j
solicited. PHILIP AMBOLD, Puop,
Stabling and shedlng for burses.
-
W. H. BRADY,
ELEVENTH AND CHURCH STS.
HtST" Call as You Pass,
ALLEN HOUSE,
CHRISTIANA, UKL
One ollthe oldestltiot eis in tlujstate.'' ~ *
I have taken the above'house and have mailt
It u driving resort, and hope by a strict atten
tion to the wants of my patrons to merit a
share of your patronage.
Bar stocked with as fine a line of Liquor*
as any hotel In the State. Careful hostlers.
•Bril HAGKMYKK. Fronrietor.
MEDICAL.
TNFLUKNZA, CATARRH,'BRONCHITIS,
A Ashtua, Coughs, Colds, Consumption.
Dyspepsia, Liver, Kidney and all skin diseases,
relief ln 1 to 3 days. Advice free. Ur.
MOtFTGGMKRY. «8 N. 8th St., Philadelphia.
ANSY PILLS1
■ »•! »•-. S.OZ 4«. fw''WOMAN'S SA tl
13 P BCAXi).-*. W U—A IftSflf C«., 1'kiU., J'*
SIX hs-rürt I tü ürtUWN£D
Thirty Passengers Swept Into
the Saginaw River. ^
ENGINEER AM) CREW IK JAIL*
The Cuptali
Car© of ll«rneir ami Sh« Collided with
the Span of a Drawbridge—Dragging
U»« Hiver for Bodies.
taft the Stem
to Take
East Haoisaw, Mich., April U.— Th«
Stimmer Handy Boy, of the Bay line, plying
between here and Bay City, on the Saginaw
river, loft iter dock at noon Sunday with
ut|Oiit thirty passengers. Just before th*
draw Ol the Flint and Pere Marquette
bridge was reached, the draw bdug open,
the slimmer sheered sharply to port and
plunged into on© of the spans with a ter
rific crash, carrying away her entire upper
works and sweeping the passengers iagp the
river.
• Six were Drowned.
Some of the passengers were picked up by
fishermen, who found them clinging to part«
of the wreck. How many were lost It 1«
impossible to say at present, but statement*
from passengers aboard confirm the Valiev*
that at least six persons were drowned—
four women and two men.
Among them Is Mias Mary Haight and
Miss.Cftherino Nevln, both of this city.
Tugs have been at work ever since dragging
the river, but no bodies have yet been re
covered. The water is high, tl^o current
swift and a strong north wind has been
blowing all the aftornopu. Capt H. J.
Dolsen had gharge of the l>o«t, but he was
not at the helm at the time of the accident,
he being engngad In collecting fare«.
The Cause of the Accident.
The cause of the accident was either to
carelessness of the helmsman or $Ue refusal
of the steamer to answer her helm, but iti«
asserted by some that the helmsman—who
was a deckhand or a stranger, it is not
known which—gave the signal to go ahead
instead of back, as he intended, and lost his
head as lie saw the steamer rpugiqg so rap
idly with the current and bearing down
upon the bridge.
Copt. Dolsen Runs Awny.
Capt. Dolsen, it is said, did not remain ak
tbnscene»/ the accident more than a few
moments after it occurred and was seen
going across the bridge to the east elds,
where he disappeared The engineer,
George Little, was arrested and locked up
and officers are searching for the members
of the crew. There is intense excitement ia
the city and ati are eager to learn if they
hud friends on liourd tho ill fated steamer.
Mis. Neviu was the mother of the Rev.
Frank Nuviy, of Detroit t
f " TWO Fatal CnUl.stanik
I%ilauelphia, April 14, -There'Were two
collisions on the Pennsylvania railroad
Sunday afternoon, two mon being killed,
two seriously and another badly injured.
(The first collision occurred on' tho New
York branch near Rridg-s avenue station,
at atiout2 o'clock, where two freight train«
collided by reason of a wrong signal being
displayed. In this accident one engine wag
.wrecked and the engineer, Rich-rd Seal,
'kilted, all the rest of the crew escaping.
A more serious wreck occurred three hums
.later on (ho Delaware extension of the
Penney I vnuia railroad at Hamburg station,
where the fireman of the engine was killed,
the engineer was seriously and perhaps
fatally injured, one brakeman was danger
ously hurt and another badly injured, but
will probably recover. The two men who
Wvro injured were taken to the Presbyterian
hospital ; one, Hugh Joy, unconscious and
tho other, George W. Simons, unconscious.
Joy suffered a fracture of the skull and his
utikle w <s broken. Tho skull was trephaued
at ;.ho hospital in two p.aces.
The lliMitingtnn-StaDfurd Bow,
Ban FBA.utusf'O, April 14.— The quarrel
between C. P. Huntington and Senator Be
laud Stanford shows no si^ns of an immedi
ate settlement beiflg effected. Stanford baa
made a formal demand in writing, on the
directors of tho Southern Pacific company
that Huntington's charges shall lie investi
gated. He r ssorU that be has not used the
monqy ef tho corporation krfurtber his own
political schemes, and insists that a full in
quiry into thu matter shall be made and the
results given to the public, Huntington is
severely censured by bis associates (of talk
ing so freely. They claim ho is injuring the
financial welfare of the road. Tho opinion
of prominent officers of tho company is that
tho directors will malau thu investigation
demanded by Stanford and that the resuit
will be a vindication of the senator.
Cuddy Killed Ills Slovenly Wife. ''
Detroit, Mich., April 14.—Alexander
Cuddy, bo years old, was I omul hanging
lifeless from a rafter by his son Sunday.
At his feet lay bis wife, a handsome woman
of 30, her skull crushed and her body gushed
and bruised by blow of au ax. Mr. aud Mr«.
Cuddy had been married two years and
for months had qunrretW vjolently.
Las't night they were heard disputing w ith
more than usual violence. When Fred
Cuddy, the old man's son, came down stairs
in the morning the bouse was empty, but in
a woodshed in the rear the bodies
found ae stated above. A latter left by
Cuddy set forth 1 ) that his wife had been
cruel and unfaithful, but that she iyid more
especially given him trouble by bar sloven
liness lie begged that his body should not
bo buried near hers.
« • i -i
Ilarllug's Peculiar Operation«.
Nxw York, April 14.— Thq schedules of
Jeremiah P. Murphy, the assignee of John
F. Plummer & Co., are to be fl.ed this
week, and will show that the nominal asset*
of the firm ore about tl,20Ü,0(K) aud th*
actual assets J2d0,U00. The liabilities amount
to more than $-500,000. Assignee Murphy's
investigations have tended to show th ,C the
firm's embarrassments were directly due to
the peculiar operations of W. S. Darling,
tho financial man for John F. Plummer &
It is known that Darling used the
First National Bank of Plainfield and the
First National Bank of New York, drawing
on them hts personal checks for an amount
between $400,(100 and $500,000.
Co.
Koclieater Wad "Dry** Sunday.
Rochester, N. Y., April 14.—It was a
"dry" Sunday in Rochester yesterday for
the first time in many years. Mayor Car
roll's proclamation, whieh was issued Sat
urday, ordering the suioons to be closed
throughout the day was obeyed by the sa
loonmou in every part of the city, and not
mads by the police for
a single arrest
violation of the law in this respect.
Held for HU Housekeeper'» Murder.
North New Portland, Me., April 14 —
At the close of his preliminary hearing
Michael YV. Norton was held without bail to
answer the charge of ffiurderiuj hi» house
keeper, Mrs. Cooley.
Wilmington Clearing Uoaie.
The exchanges of the Wilmington bank*
at the clearing house to-day were: Clear
ings. *173,231 31 baianoML *81,236.61.
Pears' Soap
(Scented and Unsoentedi*
8FJTBK8 A
BUmm COMPLEIM
Of ALL DRCealMTS.

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