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CNC f DKM.OOHATIO DAILY NEWSPAPER EVERY 3AY AXCei'I SMJNDAÏ. tonal Printing Companj, PUBLISHERS. FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS, WILMINGTON, DBLAWAKB. Entered at the Wilmington poet office ae memd-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ;<ln advance.) . *8.nn One year. Six mouths. . Three months One month.. - JH ADVERTISING RATES. Cards furnished on application. JUNE 21, 1800. SATURDAY. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES FOI SHERIFF, PURNAL J. LYNCH. FOR COROKEH, JOSEPH H. KIRK. If the gos and steam explosions con - tinue in New York the boys will not. weed fire crackers to celebrate the glor ious Fourth. Tins Courier- Tournai suggests that while the New York Sun is'pnrguing all aorte of American hogs it might attack the high tariff hog. RUTHEItFoSD B. Haves could not have accumulated his wealth on the Southern side of the Ohio river, Be could not have defended hie coops without the interven tion of the United States troops. Tor New Fork Press says; Herman Oelrlchs, who has just, wedded M ss Fair, is so good an athlete and boxer that, it is said, he would like to tackle Sullivan himself If the feat could be performed incog. If it would suit Hermsn tobennrecog. afterwards there would be no dlfflcu'ty to arrange a meeting. Tub Daily Her -ey was forced yester day to make an apology for not attack ing Purual J. Lynch and Joseph H. Kirk. In its own lame and halting manner the Dally Hersey was forced to say that it would stultify itself by attacking such good and worthy men Both Lynch mnd Kirk are capable, honest and have the confidence of the people •mong whom they have lived ami who know them | best. ; They will be able not only to obtain the full vote of the Democratic party, but many Kepnblicaus have already signified their Intention to vote for the men who were fairly chosen by white voters rather than for those who repreaent the choice of notoriously bribed negroes, many of whom had no right to vote and none of whom cared a baubee for whom they voted. Thk suggestions from the Morning News "that some individual or individu •1s, singly or jointly, will undertake to Iraild the third bathing house" is gall, supreme gall. The News is backed by a rich estate, as the Every Evening is »»eked by a rich cotton mill. Either one of them could easily give the |2,500 the News says Is necessary for the thlid bathing house, and It. The Evening Journal depeids on its business alone for support and hence cannot do more than give organ to a pretty and popular school teacher. If the Evening Journal had the money backlog of either of these two papers it would H. Jackson's generous gift and go him one better at least. Our astonishment at the gall of the News must not be » rat'd ts # disapproval t f the bath house pr ijéofc. We approve pf that heartily, and disapprove only of the suggestion of a rich "individual" that some poorer "in jdlviduaV' should subscribe lié ffiftfiov ': the ma'ter with a subset ip Uol from the News and its rich estate? never mlsrs an see Job con Chicago and St. Louis both demand a new count. The low wages earned iu 8t. Louie procured only notoriously in competent enumerators. In Chicago there is the same complaint and one pa per has printed the names of 6,000 persons who were not enumerated. In 8t. Pen] and Minneapolis there is great excite ment and greater disgust because, besides the evidences of padding the lists by giving occupants to vacant houses, rivalry has taken a political turn and rival factions of Republicans struggling to be sent to the state conven tions. It seems that the objections which were made to the appointment of R. P Porter, because he was an Englishman who had turned from a free-trade writer to the editor of an Intensely partisan organ of "Harrison and Protection," was well founded, against the foolish questions he ordered have been superceded by the more serious complaints of incompetence and fraud in the count. are The complaints In writing its editorial condemnation of the scheme to continue tbe charter of the Louaiana Lottery, which the carpet bag white and dishonest negro Legislature forced upon the people of Louisiana du ring the reconstruction period, the Phila delphia Inquirer said; If there is so much profit in tbe busi ness as these figures imply, and if the State of Louisiana is to be so greatly ben efited by it, why should not the state conduct the lottery itself and so take ail the prefit ? If it is right for the state to license a lottery. It is right for It to run one. This is an example of careless news paper legal drivel, which is rarely equalled, never excelled, even by a pro tectionists' journal, which maintains that a tariff tax decreases the price of the goods and at the same time enables the manufacturer to make a larger profit and pay higher wages. These propositions are not more foolishly inconsistent and obviously absurd than the proposition that a state may engage Itself in any en terprise U> which it grants a liceua*. The state grants a license to tippling houses, hotel«, railways, circuses, peddlers and many other enterprises, but It is maai lauictala ti^t tLo stato ifeöl i> hübuiU could run any of them. A young colored man has been arrested in Phiiadeluhta for writing lore letters to a «laie girl ami at, asbury Park, N J,, Harry Thompson a good-looking col ered man has been arrested for beat 'rig h.s t .fe, a pretty young whits woman, the daughter of a wealthy bristle dealer of Boston. Of course the Civil Rlgt ts bill does not specify the privilege of writing love-letiers to white girls, but It would seem, net as reasonable that such a privi lege should have been guaranteed, as that some other social privileges should have been attempted. The negro may well inquire what the foctal department of the Civil Rights bill is good for, if it does not authorize him to write love letters to any pretty girl he sees, whether she is white, black, red, Vermillion, brown, indefinitely col ored or alligator-skinned? The Thompson case shows even worse features of de fiance of the social department of the Civil Rights bill. In that case the high toned negroes of Asbury Park became so incensed at the advent of Thompson and his pretty white wife that a riot was Im minent. Stirred up by the bitter race feeling, and ongry at his failure to pro cure work, Thompson turned on his wife and beat her shamefully. Mrc. Thompson escaped from the house and songht a magistrate, who ar rested her husband and pacified the angry colored people. It is well to boar in mind that these widely different cases of defiance of the Civil Rights bill occur:ed In sections of the North where the Republican howlers for the rights of the colored brother are most numerous, most intensly hysterical. The question naturally arises, does the Civil K'ghts bill secure the negro In the social depart ment of his civil rights. These cases are evidences that it does not. JUDGE PAYN retvs CONDITION. Th« Doctors Hay Him Hlreitictli I* Wonder* lul-lrsat'i Factory lUimUx, Special corresponde!«'" Evening Journal, Gicohoetown, June 21.—There has been no apparent change in thecoudl lion of Judge Payuter for the last three days. He does not appeav to Buffer great pain. He grows more conscious, but weaker every day. Home of the pltysicans think be is improving very slowly in health, but others think there ts no material change whatever. All agree in saving that his strength holds out won derf-tlly. The Presbyterian Sunday school held an enjoyable picnic yesterday in the grove at the Sand Hills, The day wis all that could be desired, and was pleas antly spent in games, swiugs, drives and chats, and in doing justice to the good things that abounded. The universal verdict, "a lovely time." Mias Lizzie C. Hart returned home yesterday from a six weeks' visit to Wilmington. She was accompanied by her little niece, Miss Helen Helnzer. Mrs. Mattie Rawlins of Wilmington is the guest of her sister, Mrs May Wagutnon, Miss Ida May Davis left hero this morning for Delmar, where she will spend the summer with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. I). Davis. The Treat factory has been riming this week by directors of the bank,under the management of ex-Sheriff Purnell, This whs done to save a lot of stock which otherwise would have been lost About fifty persons were employed. It is rumored that Charles Treat himself will again run the factory at an early day in the future. Mrs Charles M. Cullen Is spending a few weeks in Wilmington, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. H. George. Another picnic is being talked of. It Is to he given under the auspices of the M. E Sunday school. The place has not yet been decided upon, but the grove at St. John's is spoken of most favorably. Mrs. Charles M. Cullen Is la Wilming ton, where she will spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Harry H. George. Frank Martin, who has been in Phila delphia for some time, has returned to Georgetown Dr. Charles H. Richards was in Mil ford on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Duffy of Hillsboro, Md., are visiting Mrs Cassia See Albert F. Polk attended the commence nt Delaware College. On Tuesday Philip C, Green lost a ftftfRcvl'T.'k cent »inin* #28 in ' a nuiahtr of vCnMue The popular song just now : "Georgetown girls are very nice. Far. far away! Young man, take good advice. Keep far, far away." money a a». Health Report. Register Lee repo.-ta the total number of deaths for the week ending to-dap to be fid, compared with 22 for the same period last year. The deaths were divided as follows: Maies. 18; females, 18; white, 81; black, 5; adults 9. minors 27; native 31, for eign 6. The causes of death were: Catarrh, 2; general debility, 2; convul sions^; chvlera infantum, 12; consump tion, 8; accident, tyboid fever, scarlatina, pneumonia, peritouetis. nervous pros tration, natural causes, meniugetis, marasmus, heart disease, dlarrhots, diphtheria croup, cerrhosls of liver, congestion of brain, one each. There were twenty six births last week, 19 of which were white; 7 black; 12 males and 14 females. Five marriages were reported. The Society Abandons the Case The S. P. C. C. has withdrawn the case against Mrs Kate Thatcher, prin cipal of public school No. 11, for cruelly beating a scholar, Harry Elliott, and tin re was therefore eo hearing before 'Sqnire Monaghan this morning. The society will hold a meeting at 3 o'clock this afternoon, and the limit of the society's agent in prose cuting such cases as the one withdrawn, will be ascertained and set forth. The Thatcher case was abandoned at a meeting of several members of the Board of F.du cation and of the 8 P. C. 'O., the latter deeming it unwise, to push the charge when the child's parents were fully able to prosecute. Candidate for Assessor, Martin O'Toole of the Third ward an nounces himself as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for county asses sor of the Second district, comprising the Third, Fifth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth wards. The nomination elec tion takes place on the second Saturday in September. M. a. T. Club. mv. w ir t rtnt. 1 ,-ij . _ n i The M K, T. Club held a meeting last night in Baynard s, and important busi ness was transacted. The club will hold IU sports on June 20. A number of the members Mt off DF6 works &ud cheered the Wi»rren Athletic Club aetht? passed Barnard s last evening. 7 ___ t „„re-., „ _ a-. Baynard », uiennomeGu, » a. m. « ' » 9am, 68; 11 a BL, 68 1 p. m. 70. GLLUllMi IT Tilt WRECK. MORE INTERESTING INCIDENTS Or THE WRECK AT CHILDS' STATION Attaching to the li.Jnred—Tbe Scene at Chi; ci s' Yesterday—Crowds of Visitors. loa» «11,000 -V he Soft Gravel Banka Save a Score of souls From Death. Staff Correspondence Evening Journal. Child's Md., June 21.—Supervisors of engines, J. F. Clayton has a force of 100 men at work clearing up the debris and repairing the damage from the accident to the Washington express train, No. 114, yesterday morning The men plied their axes and picks all the afternoon and until late at night on the handsome sleeper Lebanon which lay across the Maryland state road, smashed to pieces At 10 o'clock, the last pile of splinters was removed from the road and it was again open to travel. Soon after the accident and until 10 o'clock yesterday morning, the scene presented a remarkable sight. The first visage of the wreck was about fifty yards below the station, where the two sleepers jumped the track, and from this point to the bridge, 100 yards above the station, Is a deep groove made in the ground and cross' les by the wheels on the left side, spot were drops of blood, which led to a large pool on the side of the track where Fireman McNamara fell. Following that were scattered trucks, running gear, windows, etc , from the two derailed sleepers. The two cars in front and the one behind the sleepers mast have held ,them in the position they struck the lies when aa the groove ran parallel with the rail as tar as the bridge. Here the ties are broken off and splintered on the ends for some distance, but It is thought that the powerful strain on the edges of the ties compelled them to give way, and the sleeper Labaunon t >re from Us couplings and rolled down the steep bank to the road beneath The thorough and power ful construction and bracing of the cat saved the lives of the fourteen passeng ers. who were rolling down into the lower end, which was only slightly damaged. Both ends of the car, as dl.i the lower end of the slbeper Fan wood, stuck in the soft gravel banks which are built up on each side of the public road. The Fanwood lost all its trucks and running gear before reaching the bridge and slid down the bank into the soft earth. The sleeper Lebanon landed within six feet of the dwelling house of Pierson Mat thews and family and the terrified pas sengers were dumped out luto the front yard of the residence. They were all taken in the house, the occupants of which had by this time become thor oughly aroused, and In a few minutes every room on the lower floor of the boose, an ancient frame building, was filled with injured passengers. The ladles were assisted from the wreck and taken into the dining room of the house. Their first Impulse was to have their clothing arranged, etc , thev having been clad in sleeping garments. Mrs. MaUhews and her daughters at once set about the work of making sufferers comfortable. In arranging the hair of a fair patient she combed a screw, about an Inch long, from her head. The people, especially the women, after find ing out that they were still al.ve, seemed more anxious about their apparel than their injuries. Soon after they had been made comfortable as possible, Drs. Whittaker of Cherry Hill and Fdlis of Elkton, who had been telegraphed for, arrived and began the work of dressing the wounds They were followed by X)rs. Palmer and Robb of Wilmington. This able corps of physicians got the passengers in read! ness to be transferred to thsir homes, and by 8.80 o'clock all of them hjd left the scene of death. Charles Ackeubeil, who was killed In the wreck, was about 48 years of age, a native of Baden, Germany, and was one of the most celebrated and efficient rail road civil engineers in the country. He was a widower and leaves five children. His body was taken to Philadelphia and there prepared for shipment to his home in New York. The loss of such a valuable and trustworthy employe will be deeply felt by the company. The news of the accident, with greatly exaggerated reports, spread through the country like wild fire, and by noon the village was crowded with visitors from the country and neighboring towns Representatives of the press were push 4ng In and out of the crowd all the morn ing, and the Western Union operator at the station sent several thousand words to various cities and metropolitan papers. The wrecking train men were engaged tb'n morniucr in rtBsitto the sleeoor F-u rvtâ t*.* Uw Wavkt U will oe u.aced on platform cars and taken to Philadelphia where it will be given a general over hauling. The wreck of the car Lebanon was burned as rapidly as the pieces couid be removed from the Matthews grounds. The platform at the statiop, which was completely demolished, has been rebuilt, and when the workmen finish to night, it is thought that every visage of the wreck will have been re moved. A few paces above this in which derailed the Its A Card From Mr. Lynch. To the Democratic Voters of New Castle County : I hereby tender my earnest thanks for the very liberal support accorded to mo by my friends at the nomination for sheriff, on last Saturday ; and also to those who opposed in the interest of other candi dates, for the fair and manly canvass made against me. Trusting that I may receive the cor dial and united support of the whole party at the election in November, with the same zeal tha I have always sup ported my successful competitors in the past, I am Very truly yours, PüKNAi, J. Lynch. UUu' Day at tha D. F. C. Ladies' day was held at the Delaware Field Club grounds yesterday afternoon. Â flag is being made for tbe club house. Tea will be served to members every Friday evening. »Vest Presbyterian Excursion to Cape May Thursday, June 26. Wait for it. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Captain I. Tltns of Norlhport, L 1 , is in this city and w ill take charge of Henry Flagler's yacht Alicia The Harlan and Hollingsworth Company will allow all its workmen y holiday from from Friday. July 4 until July 7. The young man who wears a flannel shirt must now wear a fringe! black silk sash around bis waist instead of a belt. The Matsunk Gnu Ciub of Philadelphia, will shoot a match with the Wawaset Gun Club of this city, at their ground» beyond Eleventh street bridge this afternoon. Baker & Ballett, *the Philadelphia archi tects, have completed the plans for Ute new Eqnitable building at Ninth and Market streets, and bids will be opened on Saturday a$n> The George Washington FlshingClnb will give its annual ex: tirsiou to Ship John Light and Bombay Hook o t Mo day. The host will leave King street wharf at «.30 o'clock In the morning. Â^XîfTre^d ÄXr SÄ tlty of person« who hare been ougHtting in the practice of shoo*in« at th* signal lense* •»«at the B A O. Junction The practice is a very dangerous one, aa when a iense is de stroyod a white Instead of a red llsbl is sho wn, and a mistaken signal may lead to a groat loss of life and property. Mnnlc!?«! Onort. At this morning's session of Municipal Court the following cases were tr'ed : George McCarty, drunk, was fined |1 and costa; Emile Lewanes, was charged with c , '"r'np Lt e rrifs, A fl nnPV^r* nor his wife understand English, the trial was conducted in German. Mr. Rhinehart being interpreter After aev eral witnesses were examined the man was dismissed on the payment of the costs. special notices. HI-., Fly. We are still making the Shoo Fly Screens Dnr patents lire new and original. We Intro duced the leaf for the bracken of our doors, which loots cool ant very pretty a'so many other designs which a pretty No centime She We have are also very _ o genuine Shoo Fly Screen except made by I. D. Cornell, 609 West Second street. W W. Cooper, all kinds of harness and col lars at reasonable rates; made from best ma terials; Combs, brushes, whips, oils. eto. E t P Irlng neatly done at short notice 108 ■VI disou street. If yon want a barrel of good Flour for little money go to Thomas Duffy, wholesale and re tail dealer in choice Groceries and Provisions, Flour, Feed, Hay Straw and Grain. South east corner of Front and Madison «I reels VVANAMAKFK'S, Philadelphia, Saturday. June 21, 1890. The weather to-day is likely to be cloudy. Nine Days of Wonder. There are yet nine working days until July, Each day is to be a red-letter-day if Bar gain Merchandise can make ic so. The store will also have some pleasant features about it to amuse and interest, to direct your mind from the heat if it is hot. The Plunderers of the Sea, a painting by Luminais, some what Grusome to be sure, showing humanity grown fiendish by covetousness, is on the second lloor, Chestnut street. It is important. Look at it again and again. The $2 Parasols are ready. You can get them in advance of the great display if you come to day. Prices are half value. First counter west of Chestnut street trance 2C. Pure Linen Lawns, i$c, going at the rate of nearly 3000 yards a day; and not a very big pile to begin with! Southwest of centre. The Linen stock is full of just such values as these. Fine Full Damask Tablecloth. Sx2R, yards square for S3—that's at the rate of 80c a laid. Such Damask is worth more than that right off the piece % Nap kins to match, $1.75 adozen. Extra heavy Full Bleached Huckaback Towels, large slze-22x45 inches—pure flax, 2j<- each A regular water mop. 50 dozen fine quality Bureau and Side board Scarfs, mostly plain fancy drawn work, 75c each $1 to $1 25 each. Southwest of centre. Of all the modest priced Trunks, No. 71 has the mer riest smile for baggage smash ers. Strong frame, well cov ered, combination lock, extra heavy catches, wooden cleats, steel clamps, and three strap hinges. A sightly Trunk, too, and only $6 to $10 for 28 to 36 inch sizes. Of course The atrical Trunks ($10 to $14) are stronger, so are Sole Leather Trunks. Thev are all heie and a room full more, including: Saratogas, $3/0 to $17. Steamer Trunks up to $10. Basket Trunks, $2i, $25, $23. Basket Steamer Trunks, $11.25 up. Basement, northeast of centre. Steamer Rugs big enough and thick enough to smuggle comfortably in the icebergiest streak of the Atlantic, $6 to $25. Basement, northeast of centre. A few of the money saving lots in the China store. en white with , have been Decorated Ice Cream Sets, 13 pieces, as sorted colors, down from $1.75 to 75c a set. Vienna Berry Trays, richly decorated, down from $3 to $1,25 Festoon Fruit 1'lates, finished In gold and flowers, down from $2.50 to $1.25 adozen. Havilard A Co. Decorated Soup Plates, down from $7 to$ti.50 a dozen. Decorated China Meat Dishes, 21 Inches long. down from $2.75 to $1.50 each. Carlsbad Leaf Shape Salld and Fruit Dishes, assorted decorations and sizes, down from $1.50 to 75c each, down from $1 0J to 50c each, down from 75c to ?5c each. Secend floor. Juniper street side. John Wanamaker. 9 .. HiftE.6 IMPRCVka ; ROOT BEER! no »ovaj ow tT « a « t*o raw mat « ^(j^SP AC K l SGt MAKES F IVE ml? ROOT BEER. The most APPETIZING and WHOLESOME TEMPERANCE DRINK in the world. Delicious and Sparkling. THY IT. Ask your Druggist or Grocer for it. C. E. HIRES, Philadelphia. ELY'S CATARRH CREAM BALM Cleanses thewg^AMBA^ X usai Passages. H * Qs Nt * Allays Pain andR^EtC^O^A inflam ma tion.^HAY FEVER®" Heals the Sores, Restores the Senses of Taste anti Smell. % vV >%jL Tr? the Cure -KAY-£EVOT A particle 1« appltea into each nostril anUis agreeable. Price SO cents at Druggists: by mall, registered, 69 cents. ELY BROTH 1 RS. Warren street. New York. , if%Q n JL . j$L fc# Fair white hands. IBrightclear complexion Bolt healthful skin. PEARS'—Tfee Great English Complexion SOAP,-Sold Everystee.' r it If mmmsmmmmmaam GREAT REDUCTION SALE THIS WEEK. _ " m. A. HART 406 King Street. SALE CF Dry Goods and Rotions Regardless of cost. Such goods have never been offered at the price. Cheviots were 121 cents at Cashmere was 25 cents r,t 8 cts - 19 cts Navy Blue Calico was 8 cents at 6J cts Boys' Shirt Waists Turkish Wash Rags - Children's Dresses 19 cts - 3 cts 19 cts - 19 cts 29 cts - 25 cts 5 cts - 6 cts Infants' Slips - - Men's Wash Flannel Shirts - Ladies' Kid Gloves Men's Hose .... Ladies' Hose Special Bargains in all our goods while they last. M. A. HART, 406 King St. i t a Nimble sixpence is better THAN SLOW SHILLING. 'I Just as applicable to-day as when first spoken. Our way of doing business is on this line. A Brass or Nickel Mounted Express Harness, complete, for $15.00. A neat and reliable Iland Made Buggy Harness, Rubber or Nickel mounted for $15.00. Still another not quite so good for $10.00. Leather Nets, Horse Sheets, Lap Dusters at Wholesale Prices to close out We make all our own Har ness and are willing to stake our reputation on the quality. Diamond State Brand. Wholesale and Retail. J. C. PARKER, 417 SHIPLEY STREET. A NEW BUSINESS METHOD 8. H. Baynard has adopted a new plan that is now prevailing In western cities, whereby the opportunity Is given to procure a good watch for a very low price, through agency of co-operative clubs. This plan is ae follows: Clubs are composed of forty mem bers, who pay one dollar fee, which payment goes to the originator of the plan. When the club is formed they mntally agree to purchase forty watches for the sum of seven hundred and sixty-five dollars. Each week thereafter the members meet, and each pays one dollar, at which time a number is drawn, which en titles the owner of such number to select and and receive his watch, similar to the old plan of watch clubs, with the exception that upon the drawing of a number further payment of that number cease. The remaining members (less one each week) continue their paym and drawing for thirty weeks, when all pay ments cease and the remaining ten members receive their watches. ' The watches so distributed are a gold-filled case, made by James Boss, with either an El gin, Waltham. Springfield or Hampden move ment, such as are sold all over onr city for thirty-five dollars and which are fully war ranted to give satisfaction. Clubs are now forming and drawings will commence Tues day evening, March 25, For further informa tion and examiuation of the watches call at .-ht S H. BAYNARD'S, S. W. Cor. Market ard Fifth Sts. BUSINESS OAKD8, king"STREET " '—————— Our Pie Crnst Flour at 30c a bag is what you want lor bread and pies; some pastry flour will not make good bread, but this flour makes the bert of bread; try It. Our specialty» this week are »kt Coffee, ('asile Hock Cheese and new Irish Dulse from steamer Our Coffee 1» cleared in the roastery and keeps yon in good humor. Our Tea is the best ( )verland Tea. we aeep the same flavor all the time. We have all new specialise and will from this date have a Saturday Night .Market, where you can get all country produce cheap and fresh. \J e have the best Creamery Butter and fresit Eggs always, at T. M. WIEH'S 899 King street. 809 pHOUAS MCHUGH. WHOLESALE LIQHOB P UAT. MW , Ns. 13 Market Street. wllmlnstoa. Delaware. JAMES A. KELLY, WINE MERCHANT. küe Agent for Bouemtan B»dwe!«« Be« Comer Tenth and nhiniey streets, TeUumone tl NOTICES. N otice. Theasuby Department, State of I Delaware, New Castle, June 19,1890. ( An apt taxing Telegraph and Telephone com panies doing business in this state. That ever» individual firm or corporation own ing. maintaining or operating any line or lines of telegraph or telephone within this state, . shall be subject to taxation for the use of the state in manner following, viz; Each such in i dividual, firm or corporation shall annually on the flist day of July, commencing with the first day of July, A. D., 1889, pay . i the state "treasurer for the use of the state, a tax of sixty (HI- cents ,ier mile for the longest wire wli bin the state; a tax of thirty (3b) cents per mile for the next longest wire, and twenty ("9) cents per mile for each and every other wire 1. maintained or operated within the by each such individual, firm or corpor owner state, atlon; and it shall be, and is hereby made the duty of every such individual, firm or corpor ation annually on the first day of June, com mencing with the first day of June, A. D . 188«, to make an 1 deliver to the S'ate Treas urer a statement in writing, verified by the oath of such indiv dual or one of the members of such firm, or by the president, general man ager or treasurer of such corporation, show ing the whole number of miles of wire owned, maintained or operated within the state by any such Individual, firm or corporation, and ■ Iso designating the length an 1 location of the longest and next longest wires of chi )., ami In case of refusal or omission of any in dlvtdusl, firm or corporation to make and de liver such statement, the Sate Treasurer shall be and is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to make an a-sessmen' of the tax hereby imposed upon the best information he may be able to obtain, and adding to the sum of the tax so assessed »penalty of twenty five (25) per cent., and demand payment of tlie whole from the individual, firm or corpor ation so in default. Provided that the the estimate so to be made by theState Treasurer iu such case shall be final and conclusive on the party so in default. In case of the omission or refusal of any party hereby liable under this act to pay the lax by this act impo ed within thirty days after it is due, the State Treasurer shall be, and he is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to distrain upon any personal prop erty of the party so in default, and having given notice in writing of such seizure and distress, to sell the said property so seized and distrained on ten days' notice by advertise ments posted in five public places of the county wherein such properly sha.l have been seized. The tels graph and telephone companies do ing business In this state wiq please give this matter their immeniateattention. WILLIAM HERBERT. State Treasurer. ■VrOTIOB. ix Treasury Department, State or I Delaware, New Castle, June 19, 1890. ) An act taxing manufacturers of spirituous or s'cohollc liquors for sale: Every manufacturer of spirituous or alco holic liquors for sale shall pay to the Slate Treasurer on or before the fitst day of Janu ary, of each year, a tax of ten cents per gallon for every gallon of such liquors manufactured by him for sale dur ing the preceding year, an ac count of which, supported by the affidavit ol such manufacturer, shall be furnished by him to the State Treasurer on or before the said day. If such manufacturer shall not furnish such account by the day aforesaid and pay at the same time the said tax to the State Treas urer he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, ami upon conviction thereof, shall be fined any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars If the tax mentioned in tbe foregoing sec tion now due and payable by the m on fac turer as aforesaid, and is not paid without any further and unnecessary delà», I shall notify the Attorney General of such default by a manufacturer, in order that indictment against him may be laid before the grand Jury. WILLIAM HERBERT, »State Treasurer. N otice to teachers. There will be an examination of teachers in School Building, No. 1, French street, be tween Fifth and Sixth, on Saturday. June 28. Examination will begin promptly at 9 a. m. HERMAN BESS8.Y, County Snperintendent. N otice is hereby given that ap plication will be made to the Hou I C. ürnbb, Associate Judge of New Castle county, on Wauirday, June 28, 1890, at 10 o'clock, a. m., at the Court House in Wilming ton, for the incorporation of ''The Triton .Mills Company," of New Caetie, Del- The ob ject of the incorporation Is to manufacture and sell Cotton Yarns and Cotton goods ol all kinds, and to do all acts properly connected with said business. ALEXANDER B. COOPER. ■ Attorney for Incorporators. Ju ne 16,1890. OTIC E wholesalers and retailers of goods, wares and merchandise, and to manufacturers, that the State taxes on the same are now due and payable, and licenses may be obtained at the office of the Clerk of the Peace in the Court House. Office open all day. including the noon hour. W. P. BIUOS, Clerk of the Peace. N 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO VTOTICE.—IF YOU WANT TO HAVE DOitARR, injure your property with dAWKlNH * CO.. 712 Market «treet. BANKING AND FINANCIAL. CAPITAL, $ 500 , 000 . THE EQUITABLE Guarantee and Trust Company Northwest Corner Ninth and Market Sus. Wilmington, Dm Deposits of money received on Interest. Rents and income collected and remitted for » moderate charge and estates of every De scription carefully managed. This company acts as executor, administra tor and gnardian and receives and executes trusts of every description from the count, corporations and individuals and acts as agent for the registration and transfer cf loans and stocks of corporations and in the payment of coupons or registered dividends. This company aiso guarantees the valldll y, performance and effect of any contract, be comes surety on ball bonds and courts and officials are directed to accept It as sole surety in all cases. Executors, administrators or trustees of es tates and ladles nnoccnstomed to the trans action of business will find this company a convenient depository for money. Wills receipted for and safely kept without charge. For further information, call at the office or send for a circular. WILLIAM BUSH. President. PRESTON LEA. Vice President. OTHO ROWLAND. Secretary and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. interest cr Wm. H. Swift, Samuel Bancroft, Jr., Preston Lea, William Bush, W. Saulsbnry, Jr., H. H. Carter, Dr. J. A. Draper, E.Bringhnret, Jr., George W. Bush, Christian Fehiger, U. M. Barksdale, William DuPont, Thos. Jackson, Wm. T. Porter, Joseph Swift, W.O Pennypackef J. Smith Brennan, George V. Massey, A. P. Robinson, H. A. Richardson. R. R. ROBINSON & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS Corner Fourth and Market Street« Stocks bought and sold In the New York iTilladelpbla and Boston markets on comma aion. Letters of credit given, available In «he world, and drafts on England Prance Germany and Switzerland issued |>HK ARTISANS' SAVINGS BANK, NO BOS MARKET STREET. Open daily from 8 o'clock a, m. until 4 p. m mu on Tuesday and Saturday from 7 to 8 p. m. LOANED ON MORTGAGES. Gao. 8. CaPKixa, Vice Präsiden' , *1UNEY '»O. W. BUSH. President. K. T. Ta mom. Treasurer. fmm I* M «epflR tndH/w. H. L. BROWN. Contractor for Hauling» Boarding, Livery, Feed and Exchange Stablw N*j ILt URANUS aTRRRV. 1. AU kinds of Hauling dons at short -notlos' ay dav or rontract. Under persona) sopot, rtalon when desired Alt facilities for i Ueavv arttatea, IAUovuq-« 38 U rei'O»' T T NrRECm wv r tçir> • r TR iCT'Otf ' '^ y H A IVÎTM.ION 1 > ISTltIHI - T p- n - u 'ii Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated by the Legislature, for Educa tional and Charitable purposes. Us frau. Ä"'"! 8 'LC art of the present State Cou 81 nutioiu In 18,9, by an overwhelming popular To continue until January 1st, 1895. Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take place « iitSn îiT-lf une and December), and •'«DHAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAW. ' ta -kc Place in each of the other ton the year, and are all drawn in Orleans rt La Academy of Music, New FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS. FOK INTEGRITY OE ITS DRAWINGS. AND PROMPT PAYMENT OE PHIZES Attested as follows: ■'•W e do hereby certif y that we supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Louisiana state Lot tery Company, and in person manage and con trol the Drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted with hone Ay fairness and in good faith toward all parlies, and wè authorize the Company to use thiscertiticate with facsimiles of our signatures attached. In Ite advertisements." 10 Commissioners. V e the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may bo presented at our counters. R. M. Walmslev, Pres. Louisiana Nat. Bk. Pierre Lanaux, Pres, state National Bk. A. Baldwin, rres. New Orleans Nat'l Bk Carl Kohn, Pres. Union National Bank. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING, At the Academy ol Music, New Orleans, Tuesday, July 15, 1890, CAPITAL PRIZE, «300,000. 100,000 Tickets at $.0 each Halves $ 10 ; Quarters $5; Tenths $2: Twentieths $1. LIST OK PRIZES. 1 PRIZE OK $300.000 is. . 1 PRIZE OP JOOOOO is. 1 PRIZE OK 80,000 is. 1 PRIZE OK 25,000 is. 2 PRIZES OK 10,000 are .. 5 PRIZES ok 5,000 are . K 1.000 are .... 500 are. , 300 are. 200 are. APPROXIMATION PRIZES 10« PHIZES ok $500 are .. .. 300 are. 2D are. terminal prizes. 909 Prizes of $I00aro. I do 100 are. . ....$300,000 .... 109,000 .... 50,000 36,0(0 20,UC0 25 PR1ZB8 . 25,000 » 1,000 , «0,010 . IbO.OCO 100 PHIZES OK 200 PRIZES OK 500 PRIZES OK $50,000 .j LW.ou) 20,000 .. $99,900 .. 99,900 I«» do. UK) do. 999 3,m Prizes, amounting to.$1.054,800 Note, -Tickets drawing Capital Brizes are not entitled to terminal Brizes. AGENTS WANTED, t^'FoR Club Rates, or any further in formation desired, write legibly to the under signed, clearly stating your residence, with .State, County, Street and Number. More rapid return mail delivery will he assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing full address. IMPORTANT. your Address M. A DAUPHIN. New Orleans, La, orM. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. C. By ordinary letter,containing Money Order issued by all Express Companies, New York Exchange, Draft or Postal Note. ADDRESS REGISTERED LETTERS CON TAINING CURRENCY TO NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, New Orleans, La, '•Remember, that the payment of Prizes is Guaranted By Four National Banks of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by tlte President of an Institution, whose charter d rights are recognized In the highest Co arts; therefore, beware of all imitations or anony mous schemes." Remember that the Supreme Court ok the United States has decided that the Louisiana State Lottery Co has a Contra yw with the State of ontsiana, which does not expire until JANUARY I ST 18. ni. JOSEPH STOECKLE'S DIAMOND STATE V yfFr ll ■ v. m 1 ■ r 1 , iMm&l IÏL jSjLP-, , A - LAGER BEER AKI> FGHTER BREWERY, WILMINGTON. DEL. Office and Brewery. N. W. Cor. Fifth aa Adams Sts. Telephone 183. Depot and Saloon, Nos. 233 and 225 King fi Telephone 23«. 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