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$*&<? ÏJNïgan Jury U«cidê« That He Wan
Killed by Ffrioni Cukaowa.
The coroner's jury to investigate the
<âea*h of Hiram Dugan, who died at the
City Hall ou June .1, met last evening.
Mo new facts were developed.
The first new witness heard was De
tective William McBride, who is at the
B. & O. lailroad station at Delaware
avenue. He testified that on Tuesday
night, June 10, the regular train, which
-arrived
reached this city about 31.10 »'clock; the
first excursion train about 12.10 o'clock,
and the second a short time after
•'clock. A regular train came _be
tween the two excursion trains at
12 80 o'clock. A boy named Bursley
and a man named William Dough
-«rty cam« on the last excursion train.
They got off at the station and were going
to fight, but were stopped by the witness,
H* did not know Brennan or Dugan.
Edward J. Wisler, a driver for the
Wilmington City Railway Company
titled that he left the Middle Depot on
bis last trip at 11 35 o'clock. He did not
see four men together, either coming in
or going oat the avenue.
Joseph Allison, a driver for the same
company. testified that he came to the
Middle Depot on his last trip at 12.15
«clock. He saw the police officers at
Tenth and Market streets, but did not
see anyone else.
Harry Jackson, another driver, testi
fied that he arrived at the Middle Depot
on his last trip between 1Î and 1 o'clock.
He did not see any one on the avenue.
When on his way he passed three men
just above the cemetery. When passing
til« cemetery he saw a man lying along
tiie fence and heard him groan, but
&«;thonght he was drunk he did not go to
fcäm. Special Officer Massey testified that
She police patrol call was received at
1.25 a m , and the wagon arrived at 1.45
n. m. The following resolutions were
-wdo nted ■
*' 'Resolved, That Hiram Dngan
-1o his death from concussion of the
'•ain, the result of injuries inflicted by
4 >ice
J *y-'
before the excursion train.
tes
as
person or persons unknown to th»
'"Resolved, That we request the pro
pvr Authorities to Investigate this
v-ttd If possible bring to justice the per
son or persons who asaulted Hiram
Ikagan,"
The following resolution was adopted
a vote of 6 ayes to 4 nays;
'■Resolved, That it be recommended to
fine mayor by this jury that the police
officers lie Instructed when men are sent
by Jthem to the police station In the
patrol wagon to inform the officer in
chargé of the wagon with the circum
stances connected with the man's
■-gest. "
oa w
ÄT
Pompait». Fete.
Baltimore has In the
turner attractions whic
e city very popular and drawn thither
wery many people from this section. The
Oriole Pageants, Trades Displays, Ex
position, and the like have been strong
•cards in the way of demonstrating the
town's enterprise and liberality.
This summer, however, the'city is to
■aclipse all previous efforts in the shape
of a spectacle, as the Pompeiian Fete Is
unquestionably to be the biggest out
door event ever attempted there.
The most extensive preparations
being mad» at Pompeiian Park where a
■pace upward of 600 feet each way has
been enclosed aud where an ampitlie
■tre is now going up, capable of seating
more than 12,000 people. A real lake over
300 feet long and 120 feet wide is being
-axcavated, while the representation of
the ancient city of Pompeii will exceed in
dimensions the largest blocks of build
lags in Baltimore.
Everything will be upon the
largest scale, the number of people tak
ing active part in the rendition reaching
nearly 400.
The fete will commence on the evenings
•f July 2d and 4th, and continue there
after every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday evenings, until August 6th. The
B, & 0,, with its characteristic liberality
in the way of affording our people every
opportunity of witnessing the splendid
things Baltimore gets np every summer,
will pnt on tickets at the very low rate
of one fare for the round trip ht all sta
tions west of and including Wilmington,
Delaware, and east 0 f and including
Oakland, Md., knd Staunton. Va.
format it« concerning definite days of
sale aud am j t 0 { return, etc., etc., will be
încn'x ued by B, & O. Ticket Agents.
AC-jlU)onal Train,, to l.uug Rrnneh and
Points on the l'pjior Coast via
Pennsylvania Kalin,ait.
The summer schedule of Peunsyivania
Baiiroad trains will go into effect on
June 31. The train service between
Philadelphia and the npper coast is
f really improved Trains will leave
road street station for Long Branch
« 50, 8 25,11 35 a. m , 2 40, 8 30, 4.05 p.
m. week days, and 5 00 p. m. on
Saturdays only On Sundays, 4 05 and
8.25 a. m. A new express will leave Mar
ket street wharf for Point Pleasant aud
intermediate stations at 3 80 p m. ; re
turning leave Point Pleasant at 0 0.5
a m. On June 28 trains will
Long Branch for Broad street station
«.15. 7 12, 7 40, 9 10 a, m . 12.15. 3 45
■nd 5.15 p.m. week-days, and 6 00 p
m, on Sundays. The running time will
be considerably quickened ia both dl
cectiona.
I (The service from Market street wharf
will also be improved. Express trains will
leave for Long Branch, Beach Haven and
Brrnegat City at 8 30 a m. and 4.00 p.
m. week-days, and for Long Branch
Sundays at 7.80 a. m.
On and after th. S3d instant
press will leave Broad street station for
Long Branch at 4 05 a. m.
A new fast express for New York will
leave foot of Market street at 10,00
arriving New York at 12 40 p.
Other changes of interest will be found
by consulting time-tables.
past presented
;h have made
I
an
IrVV
In
leave
on
an ex
a. m.,
in
Burglar. Blow Open a Safe.
Laurel, Del., June 21
About 1
o clock yesterday morning as Clarence P.
Holland, a baker, was opening his ovens
to begin work, a heavy explosion star
tled him, and just afterwards a dis
guised man ran out of the rear of
Cornel J. Fooks's office adjoining the
feakery. He immediately gave the alarm
*,nd an examination showed that the
front door had been forced and a large
fire proof safe drilled into aud blown
open with powder. The whole contents
of the safe, .amounting to about $1,000,
were stolen. An old fashioned safe,
which was said to contain a much larger
amount, was untouched.
Coroner's Inquest Postponed.
The coroner's jury to Investigate the
cause of death In the case of Bdwin J.
tiincock, who was killed at the West
Yard several days ago met yesterday
afternoon, bat as the condition of tbe
«h» who were hurt when he was killed,
would not allow them to be moved, the
i ary adjourned until Tuesday afternoon
-at 2 o'clock.
Fourth mt July Excursions.
The Baltimore aud Ohio R. R Co. will
*»il excursion tickets to and from all sta
tions on its lines east of the Ohio River
*t » reduced rate on account of the Na
tiousi auitusy Excursion tirVe's w*!' he
»old for t.'l tr .pu illy 3, d • 4 » h rV'd
forre y-asege OLlu v u.: 7 lL, ju
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Mr. Younopathbb— "I wish I kxew
Edison. I'd give him a pointer." Mrs.
Yonngfather—"What about?"
Youugfather—"I'd suggest to him to in
vent a method by which the baby's mid
night shrieks could be carried off by a
wire to wake np the policemen."—Pitts
burg Dispatch.
Bill—What are yon doing now, Ike V
Ike—Best thing I ever had Got a bus!
ness now that is all prophet. Bill—
What is U ? Ike—Oh, weather predic-l
tlons.—Boston Herald.
Mr
An ugly complexion made Nellie a fright
Her face was all pimply and red.
Though her features were good, and her
Bine eyes aero bright.
"What a plain girl ia Nellie"! they said.
But now. as if by magic, plain Nellie has
grown
fair as an artists' bright dream;
Her face is as sweet as a hover new-blown.
Her cheeks are like peaches and cream.
Li
As Nellie walks ont in the fair morning
light,
Her beauty attracts every
And as tor the people wh
fright.
"Why. Nellie Is handsome;" they cry.
eye.
o colled her a
And the reason of the change is that Nellie
took Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which regulated her liver, cleared her com
plexion, made her blood pure, her brea'h
sweet, her face fair and rosy, and removed
the defects that obscured her beauty. Sold
by druggists.
Thf. confidence of people who have
tried Hood's Sarsaparilla, in this prepara
tion, is remarkable. It has cured many
who have (ailed to derive any good what
ever from other articles For diseases
caused by impure blood or low state of
the system it is unsurpassed.,
A display of temper is often expensive,
especially to a base baliist. He should
be careful how he gets "off his base."—
Philadelphia Press.
One perfectly new and handsome
Weber upright piano for less than
regular wholesale price.
Th ee good, slightly used upright
pianos by Haines, Behniug & Bacon.
Special bargains.
Four second band square pianos for
|40, ffiO, |125 aud |150.
H. P. Roubi.bn,
710 Market street.
Sole agent for Knabe pianos.
"Au, love, I would like to listen to you
■11 night," said Clarence, as he rose to
go. Six months after they were married
he chanced to stop out fifteen minutes
after his hoar, and be had his desire
gratified.—Tankers Statesman.
Dn. DkHardt's Pennyroyal Pills, are
the only genuine pennyroyal pills made.
At druggists and by mall, |1. Office, 208 N.
9th St. Phila. Ladles be ware of Imitations.
Query: If Patti were to have a
daughter, and the daughter were to
marry, would the daughter's husband
want his mother-in-law to keep .Jier
mouth shut?—Somerville Journal.
What is Scrofula
It ia that Impurity in the blood, which, accumu
lating in the glands of the neck, produces
tightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful
running sores on the arms, legs, or foot; which
doTolopcs ulcers In the eyes, ears, or noso, often
causing blindness or deafness ; which Is the origin
of pimples, cancerous growths, or many other
manifestations usually ascribed to ** humors.**
It Is a more formidable enemy than consumption
or cancer alone, for tcrof ula combines the worst
possible features of both. Being the most ancient.
It Is the most general of all diseases or affections,
for Tory few persons are entirely fro« from It.
How can It be cured 7 By taking Hood's Harsa>
parilla, which, by the cures It has accomplished,
often when other medicines have failed, has
proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicine
for tills disease. For nil affections of the blood
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is unequalled, aud some of the
cures it has effected are really wonderful. U you
suffer from scrofula In any of ItL various forms,
bo sure to give Hood's Karsaparllla a trial.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Bold by all druggists. £1 ; six forgtt- Treparedonly
by C. 1. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowoll, Mass.
400 Doses One Dollar
MARRIED.
BOWERS-SCANLAN —On rimrsdav even
ing. June IB, at the resilience of the bride's
mother, 212 West Fourth street, by Rev
Adam Btengle, John H overs and Miss Minnie
Scanlan, both of this city.
NESTER— MoNIFF.—In this city, on June
1ft. by the Rev. Father Flynn, I*. J. Netter
and MD» Klla C. Mc.Niff, both of this city.
WANNHERG—ANNELIUS. On June IB.
by the Rev William I. White, Glof W
Wann «erg and Miss VVllhelmtna S. Aimelius,
both of this city.
D1KU.
ASKE Y.—in this city, on June IT. Edith
Young, daughter of Thomas H. aud Saille
Askew in her 3d year.
BA-NNAh.—On the 18th Instant at Holly
Oak, F ether Banner, in tho»th year of her
w
CRO/.IRB —In this city, on June 1(1, Archi
bald Croller, in the 83d year of Ids age.
GHES.Ni EAF.-Ou June 17. Lewis K. A.
Oreenleaf
HA RM AN.-In this city, thl* morning.
Sophia, Infant daughter of David T. ana
Maggie Harman.
Fuueral trom her parents residence,
Eleventh and Woodlawn avenue, Sunday
afternoon, June v*. at 4 o'clock.
Asleep in Jesus.
HYATT —On June 17, George W Hyatt,
aged 811 years.
HESHION.-ln this city, on June 15, Patrick
Uession. ages] «3 years.
JACQUOT.— On June 18, May. daughter of
Albert J. aud Leonie Jacquot, aged 1U months
and « days.
KEEFE —In this city, on the Ifttb Instant
Geneva, daughter of James and Henrietta
Keefe, aged 7 mouths.
K1ERNAN.—At Salem, N. J.. on the 311th
instant. Patrick rt. Klernan.
LENDER MAN.—In this city, on Juno 1»,
Margaret, daughter of Watson B. aud Jean
ette Lenderman, aged 4 months.
McGlNLKY —In this city.on the 18th In
slant, Nlel MeGlnley, aged 38 years.
O'RAY.—On the 19th instant, near Practical
Farmer, Elizabeth O'Hay, aged 74 yean.
BK1LLY.—Suddenly, on the 16th Instant,
Thomas Reilly, aged35 years.
STUCK.-In this city, on June 17, Maude
W . daughter of Mary E. Stuck, ln her «th
year.
SINCOCK.—In this city, suddenly, on Jane
16, Edwin J. Slncock, aged 37 years.
T1LOHMAN.—On June 17, near Newport
Philip Tilghman, in the «8th year of his awe
CNDKKTAK.KKS,
JAMES J. FOX,
UNDERTAKER.
102.West Seventh Street,
Wilmington, DeL
m. B. SHARP & CO.
MOURNING
1ANDS
BLACK FABRICS.
Henrietta,
Convent Cloth.
Trloottne,
Merrllleux,
Cuhm.rr,
Nun'. Telling,
Drap d'Aim a.
Court«old Crapes,
Clairette,
Khailames,'
Ardmore,
Satin d'Lron,
Undine Cloth,
Prlcicett*,
Batin Luxor,
|Oroi Grain Khadiamir.

'
The Best Black Goods to boy.
Tbe Best Black Goods to ve&i,
Tbrf Rost Assortmem bore
* â
iWmirfh ><•»' w I'Uot Stu,
EXCURSIONS.
N EW JERSEY A WILMINGTON FERRY
COMPANY, DELAWARE RIVER AND
WEST .TERSE* 1 RAILROADS.
FIRST GRAND EXCURSION
aJuly 4 til
TO ATLANTIC CITY.
Special through train from Pennsgrove
Atlantic City without change of care.
Excubsimi Tickets, .
Boat (Steamer Christina) leaves King street
wharf at 7.80 a m. Returning train will
leave Atlantic City at 0 p m
..Ah opportunity to spend a delightful day at
this famous seaside resort Is now offered.
Eight hours at the Seashore. Faro, tl.80.
£ 22 AN D, Superintendent.
BOWNEsH BRIGGS, Geu'l Pass. Agent.
to
.*1 B0
AUGUS1INE PIER EXCURSIONS.
STEAMER
WIIMINGTON.
Beginning Wednesday, June 18.
DOWN TRIP.
Leave
Wilmington.
Pennsviile.
New Castle.
Delaware City... .
a. m.
.. 8 00
.. 8 30
. 8 4,5
.. « 15
p. m
3 on
2 30
2 4.5
3 IS
UP TRIP.
Leave
Augustine Pier.
1 «laware Cl ty.
New Castle .,
Pennsviile.
a. m.
..10 tot
.10 80
.11 on
.11 15
p m
in
r, :tn
.. <h,
1; 1:.
FAKE.
To
Single Excur'n
... IB cents 25 cents
■... 15 ce Its »Scents
... SO cents 80 cents
. 25 cents 25 cents
Pennsviile.
New I Bstlo.
Delaware ■ ity
Augustine Pier .
Sundays. -Fishing Party tor Ship John
Light Leaves Wilmington at H a. m , calling
at Pennsviile and New Castle; returning
arrives at Wilmington at« 15 p m. Fishing
tackle and lunch on board
Tickets for tills trip, 50 cents.
New Jersey&Wilmingt'n Ferrj Co
STEAM Lit
CHRISTINA
Will on and after Thursday. M»v 22. make
daily trips as tollows between Wilmington,
Del.,
Pennsgrove and Pennsviile,
NEW JERSEY.
Leave Wilmington at7 3Ua. m. and 3 50 p.
m. for Pennsviile
Leave Pennsviile at 9 15 a. ». and 5 05 p.
for Pennsurove and Wllmlmrton.
Leave Wilmington at 7 30. 1180 a. in.. 8 30
Änd 0 45 p. m. for Pennsgrove.
Leaye PennHKn> v e at 6 and 1016 a. m. and
IJöandOp. m. for Wilmington.
T wi ON SUNDAY.
Leave Wilmington at 9 30 a ra. and 2 30
p. m. for Peimagrove and Pennsviile.
Leave Pennsviile at 1115 a. m. and 4 p. m.
for Pennagrove and Wilmington.
Leave Wilmington at » 30 a. m , 2 30 and 0 p.
m. for Penn*<rove, aud leave Pennagrove at 8
^ am * ®P* m * T° r Wilmington.
I Ida arrangement will afford a Une oppor
tunity for a delightful sal) on the Delaware.
Kxcurslon tickets l>etween Wllmlngtru and
Pennavllle, 30 cents; single fare, 20 cents. Be
tween Wilmington and Pennagrove, excursion
tickets, 25 cuits aud single, 15 cents.
Pennsgrove an! Pennsviile are beautiful
naers, affording great opportunities
ng, boating, bathing and dancing.
Special arrangements may be made for Suu
scbool and moobllght excursions, etc.,
A. (4 . McjOAUSL 5ND, Hunorlntendent.
HOWNKHK imiGG H, Q en r l F. and P. Agent.
^TILMINGTON STEAMBOAT COMPANY
8TEAMEHB
m.
for Ilsa
■ •If
City of Chester
and Brandywltie
Convert Music on txianl every day.
steamer. City of Cheater and Brandywine,
leave Fourth street wharf. Wilmington, at
T.Oüand lll.i«) a. m„ 1 («). 4.15 ami 6.4S p. m J
Leave Chestnut street rf, Philadelphia,
at 7.1») and 10 IK) ». m t.wi. t.lliam- « 16 u, ni
For Moren« Hook. 7,00 a. m. and 4.15 „ u
Telephone No. 87.
SUMM HR HUSO UTS.
ÜTl L OHGtWOOUK,
ATLANTIC CITY, N J
Remodeled and enlarged; sixty sleeping
rooms: all conveniences of large hotel; newly
furnished, rooms large anil airy, several hav
ing ocean view; beds comfortable, with woven
wire springs, hair mattresses and feather pil
lows; closets on each floor; particular core lias
jeen given to the sanitary arrangements
.hroniihoul ( he house; city water and gas; call
lells in every room.
This hotel Is desirably located, on Pacific
(venue, between Indiana aud Iliinuls avenues,
xmvenient to the Pennsylvania and Reading
rlailroad stations, and within two minutes'
valk ol t ile beach.
The proprietress takes this opportunity to
hank her friends and patrons for former
'avons in post experience, and Promises to
make Hotel Chetwoode a HOME In every
etqiect.
«pedal attention will be given to rtie care
if invalids. MHH ANNIK
II
GRUBB.
KST JERSEY HOUSE,
Atlantic City. N. J.
On Atlantle, between Illinois and Kentucky
avenues. First-class aceiiumiudations. Rates
from 87 to 810 per week. P. J. LONG of
Wilmington proorl-tor
w
POLITICAL..
CÈ'" - ■ ' ' ^ v - — V ..
With I NO 'OB, Del., June 18, IKK).
To the voters uf New Castle county:
The following Is the official vote of the
nomination election for Sheriff and Coroner,
held In this county, on Saturday, the four
teenth day of Juue, IKK).
For sheriff.
Purnal J Lynch received..
Peter J "ordrecsired.
James O. Toner received.
George 0. Rothwell received. .
Joseph Dunlap received...
For Coroner.
Joseph H. Kirk received.
George A. Willis received.
George Hallman received.
Martin J Keogh received .
Herbert K. Yeates received.
William 8 Alexander received,
Scattering 8 votes.
Purnal 8. Lynch and Joseph H. Kirk,
having received the majority of all the votes
oast arc hereby declared the candidates et
the Democratic party In New Castle county,
tor the office of Sheriff and Coroner respec
tively. to ve voted for at the next general
election in November 18»«,
WILLARD HALL PORTER,
Chairman County Executive Committee.
Signed: Patuick Nbakv,
Secretary. County Executive Committee.
«... 3185 vote«
. . tfittO votes
... IW5 vote«
.... 457 vote«
... 67 votes
. 2148 votes
.... 1468 votes
.... 1434 votes
.. 766 votes
1. •. 534 votes
.... 126 votes
J^EMOORaTU) STATE CONVENTION.
By order of the Democratic Executive Com
mittee of Delaware, a State Convention com
posed of sixty-one delegates from each county
will be heul at Dover,
ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890,
At 12 o'clock M.«
For the purpose of selecting a candidate for
Governor, and also for tbe
a candidate for the office «
purpose of selecting
t Repres ntattve to
the Fifty-second Congress of the UnltedSlates,
and the Democratic Central Committees or
the severalcountles are requested to issue
calls direct! g tbe Democratic voters of each
hundred and election district, in the respec
tive counties, to assemble at the usual place
of bolding such meetings, for the purpose of
selecting the delegates to the Democratic
State Convention, to which they are respec
tively entitled.
The officers holding the primary elections
in the several hundreds and election districts,
are requested to prepare two certificates of
election of delegates, one to be forwarded to
the chairman of the State Ceutral Committee
immediately after the election at Dover, the
other to be given the successful delegate or
delegates, W. H. STEVENS.
John M. Newell. Sec'y. Chairman.
PROPOSALS.
OROI'O
1 Will
room» of tbe Bwird of Education until 8
o'clock
June. 1
4 • L8. - SEAL* D
be received in the lock box at he
PROP .SALS
m.. ou MONDAY, the i3d day of
, for furnishing all labor and ma
terial« required in the construct iuu of school
house No. 30. to he erected on Thatcher street
near Fourteenth street (Ninth ward) In ac
cordance with plans and specifications, which
y be seen at the office of E. L. Rice, Jr ,
hltect. Exchange Building.
A bond of one hundred dollars shall accom
piny all bids as a guarantee of faithful bid
ding, or a certified check for like amount may
accompany bid.
The committee reserve the right to reject
any or ell bids. E. G. SH"KTLlDOe:.
JOHN PYLE.
B. K. SMITH.
Cvuuui'.vw.
STATEMENT
OF THE CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1889, OF
— Iijsnrarjce ßonjpaijies /üitliorized to Transact Business in Delaware.
[
K
BUSINESS IN DELAWARE.
Liabilities
Excluding
Capital and
Surplus.
When
Incor
pora
ted.
Capital
Stock
paid up.
Expendi
tures.
Net Risks
in Force.
Admitted
Assets,
Name of Company.
Location.
Receipts.
■ Premiums
aud Asses
nients
Received.
Risks
Written and
Renewed.
Losses
Incurred
Fire and Marine Companies.
Delaware Companies.
Cantwell Mutual..
Delaware State Grange.
Farmers' Mutual.
Kent County Mutual.
New Castle CountyMutual ....
COMPANIES OF OTHER STATES.
Odessa, Del.
Camden, Del ....
Wilmington, Del . .
Dover. Del.
Wilmington, Del . .
1*49
20,452 45
1,146,68501
715.472 03
4*5.009 72
26,114 37 Mutual
None.
30,1119 22 Mutual
9,650 00 Mutual
2.391 18 Mutual
$
$ 3,24981$ 7 G 9 - 5 I 076
448,459 93
11,231,04800
6.957,166 08
6.129:590 01
4,032 oq
165 7 *
55.863 08
36,011 18
24,302 24
t
769.S10 76 $ 2,945 34
44,020 34
10,210,000 00
6,290,030 00
6,102,710 28
$ 20000
26,569 68
17,719 64
3,392 79
1887
Mutual
135 19
59.490 »7
44,942 88
14,860 98
1839
40,23048
28,277 79
16,982 73
1847
1849
Ae 'na.Hartford, Conn. . .
Agricultural.Watertown, N , Y .
American.Philadelphia, Pa . ,
American.New York, N. Y . .
American..Newark, N. J, . . .
Anglo Nevada Assurance Corporation San Francisco, Cal .
Connecticut.j Hartford. Conn.. .
Continental.[New York, N. Y . .
Fire Association.Philadelphia, Pa ,
Hire Insurance Co.,of the Co of Phila Philadelphia, Pa . .
German American.New York, N. Y . .
Germania.New York. N. Y . .
Girard Fire and Marine.[Philadelphia, Pa . .
Glens Falls.[Glens Falls N.Y .
Hanover.iNcw York, N. Y .
Home.[New York, N. Y . .
Insurance Company of North America Philadelphia, Pa . .
Liberty.. New York.N. Y . .
Merchants, Newark. N. J.Newark, N, J - . . .
Mutual Fire of Chester County . . . Coalsville, Pa.. .
Niagara.New York, N. Y . .
Pennsylvania.Philadelphia, Pa . .
Phœnix .Brooklyn, N. Y . . .
Providence Washington.Providence, R I .
Southern.New Orleans, La . .
Spring Garden.Philadelphia, Pa . .
Union.Philadelphia, Pa . .
Union. San Francisco, Cal .
United Firemens'.Philadelphia, Pa . .
Westchcstei.New York, N. Y .
1819
1863
1810
1857
10,071,509 65
2,168,803 61
2,642,669 97
1,300,842 03
2,048,584 12
2,569.552 99
2,347.692 99
5,217,77391
4,587'869 67
«55.594 83
5,544,3469!
2,965,13664
1,482,898 60
i.79l,77oo8
2.559,823 47
8.931,159 61
8,731,250 87
1,377,682 49
1.554,658 37
942,686 47
2.490,654 02
3,329.935 8l
4.781,255 65
1,144,3'6 12
5°4'376 52
1,273,588 30
530,558 73
1,272.18650
1.072,351 58
1,521,70653
*.370,843 64 $4,000,000
',317,575 24 51x1,000
1,733,053 )8j 500.
476.671 63; 400.000
433-73IOI 600,000
522,81849; 2,000,000
825,438 03, i, 000,000
2,746,070 02 1,000,000
3,193,10146 500,000
297.474 53 400,000
2,292,155 79 1,000,000
1,207,073 ,4_ 1,000,000
625.33941 300, oo<)
588,720 76 200,000
I.O30.8S8 75
4,623,616 83
3 . 341,4678 t
575,155 12
677,°77 82; 4,x»,ooo
12,826 32,Mutual
1,601,15195 51x1,000
1,514,111 15 400,000
3.379,334 5» 1,000,000
724.671 89 400,
14967232 300,001
560.325 Ol
265,846 36
500,897 04
693.729 76
815,249 18
3,300,773 56
913.656 79
1,772,573 19
638.653 26
514,308 18
1.017,073 49
1,167,803 59
2,439.448 42
1,817,512 43
213.89800
2,C4o'476 40
J ,298,056 46
439,631 99
598-3SO *8
1.271,998 95
4.720,581 60
4.393,355 5"
777497 5»
874 246 75
43,938 43
1,691327 21
1,214,384 82
3,565,386 33
995,169 82
416.7174*
311,430591
481,291 75
8'M,5.-0 yd
267.019731
929,153 *8
3,265,54329 33g; 802,848 00
800,86442! 242.348,15000
1,620,932 12
685,121 21
447,iS5 5o| 76,779,548
1-156,785 71
1,131,312 86
2,333.981 32
'>759.645 56
193.904 *6
2522,111 72
1,148,690 35
445.145 19
473-597 20 106.136.430
1,251,971 13
4,806,594 10
4-355.631 18
830,218 51,
828,523 78
43,312 09
1,632,829 62
1,012,08 8 18
3.370.156 9°
1.022.323 83
353.012 28
365,029 99
495.7966c 29,672.849
955.556 48j 53,843.824 00
*60.51437 26,445.71300
848,092 07 146,792,704 00
122,630 cm
1,630,482 00
170,829 00
230.305 00
270,168 00
196,300 00
803,882 00
1,137,926 00
114,981 00
53'.59Soo
329,3131x11 1,25771
205,800001 1,16143
440.83800' 2,51436
147,45000; 86773
676,424 ool 2,844 79
763,802 00 5,653' 12
23,207 00
638.665 00
93,376 00
2 , 053.75200
564,267 00
947,561 00
157.718 00
202,677 50
379,119 33
317.365 oa
'54.79.5oo
126,7910«
359,960 00 1,957 06
L' 3 S I"
11,456 JO
1,278 54
»y ; •■9
2,485 4 ,: >
1.630 01
4,0964;
6,711 61
'.07335
2,866 i1
86065
6,328 08
'.28372
1,803 90
'74 395.069 (X)
92,622.538 00
1846
1885
1850
1852
1820
1832
1872
1859
57,973,714'JO
"5,397,842 (X)
523.342,270 00
194,049,205 00
'7,363,331 00
496,340,407 00
231,260,85s 47
68,291.307 00
2,237 '5
2,962 52
5.253 07
787
163 00
649 12
130 00
994 *4
1,225
2,787 21
1440 o'
18 92
2.222 6j
34M8 00
'°4 59
5,74* 77
7.353 44
100 00
1853
1849
1852
1,000,000
3,000,000
3,000,000
<400,000
189,381,183 70
723.853.422 00
425.522,775 00
77.809,593 00
97,172,215 00
25.798.422 of,
298.359, '77 00
126,379,461 00
489,657.629 00
83.559,606 00
12,746,295 61
29,239,929 44
'853
'794
1887
453 "6
3,9% So
2 ,8jg 05
9.165 43
4 .S' 8 *o
7,652 51 -I ,
88/ V3|
2.83' 34 3,120 73
2.750 37 1,271 48
2,067" 38
1.068 97
1,035 08
1858
840
1850
1825
•853
'799
1K82
'835
4H «V IOO
250,000|
750,000i
300,000
300,000;
I804
1,30689
59.63
680
2,617 50
•865
i860
1870
UNITED STATES
BRANCHES OF FOREIGN COMPANIES
British American.
City of London.
Commercial Union.
Guardian.
Imperial.
Ixincashire.
Liverpool and London and Globe
London .
London and Lancashire . .
Northern.
North British and Mercantile
Norwich Union.
Phoenix Assurance Company
JJueen. ..
Royal.
Sun ..
Toronto, Canada . .
London, England .
London, England. ,
London, England. .
London, England. .
Manchester, Eng. .
[Liverpool, England
. London, England. .
. [Liverpool, England.
. London, England. .
. [Lndn & Ednbrg.Eng
Norwich. England. •
.London, England. .
. . . [Liverpool, England
• . . . [Liverpool, England.
. . . . London, England. .
'833
1851
1861
1821
1803
1852
1836
1720
1861
1836
866,128 22
714,702 11
2,890,988 09
1,521,020 76
1 . 617,03776
1,880,681 65
7,337,156 31
1,661,054 3°
2,104,079 81
'.5>3,92o 21
3,45052638
',505.631 21
1,966,131 97.
2,192,308 62
5,4«6,735 97
',956,33> 05
473.944 84
386,703 86
1,881,19955
756,669 21
888,18960
1324,073 14
4,298,24851
748,647 39
L3'1,735 95
856,997 99
',638,95844
856,783 83
1,406,01348
',336.51733
3,322,101 42
1,138,721 17
i 635.326 84
524.96814
2.466,464 i g
*95-533 491
*,135.9«o Ml
1 , 521.760 15
4 , 516.60814
922,732 81
»,631,46677
989-765 53
2.040,8(9 04
1 , 070.66544 1 , 000,21908
'■■354.59' 84 1,402,772 14
'.556.09905 1,338,55184
3,276,73988 2,771,84054
1.284,16875 1,212,40566
61,003,824 00
48,233,688 00
314,062,290 00
148,618,203 41
130,706,744 99
190,381,9641x1
661,012.313 00
'5'.493,835oo
216,401, iqo OC
'3*.459,6»9 00
254,794,482 00
'42,383,452 00
230,700,842 00
206,909,374 00
512,223,042 25
191,116,814 00
590,^90 28
631,65869
2.508,462 94
866,819 84
',093.54301
1,503,01855
4,102,971 37
892,270 05
1,528.204 48
1,046,781 96
*■'>47,092 33
210,34900 2,13758
62,005 00
676,372 oo| 4,383 34
196,300 00
10749000t 1.13641
755,259 00* 6,39211
446,217 00
26,228 70
410,590 00
255,746 25
237,366 00
'0445500
'37.35700
921,542 00
1,162,261 00
2,059 46
1.3 60
3,943 '9
75163
1360
4.264 51
2.240 64
222 OO
9,251 67
3 oo 78
2,609 49
714,91
1,159 00
3,78a 00
6,929 51
789 25
77 1 «I
3,690 69
29 ' 43
4,109 28
1,200 55
1,773 '2
77 ' 75
i ,'33 '2
4-50058
' 2,'75 73
1809
'797
1782
1858
'845
1710
LIFE insurance companies.
Connecticut Mutual.
Equitable.
Manhattan.
Metropolitan.
Mutual.
Mutual Benefit ....
National.
New England Mutual.
Northwestern Mutual .
New York . . ....
Penn Mutual.
Provident Life and Trust Company.
Provident Savings Life Ass. Society..
Prudential.
Travelers'.'.
Union Mutual.
Washington.
. . Hartford, Cenn . . .
. . New Yotk, N. Y . .
. . New York, N.Y . .
'. . New York, N. Y . .
New York, N. Y . ,
Newark, N. J . . .
Montpelier, Vt. . .
Boston, Mass. . . ,
Milwaukee, Wis . .
New York, N. Y . .
Philadelphia, Pa . .
Philadelphia, Pa . .
New York, N. Y . .
Newark, N. J, . . .
Hartford, Conn . . .
Portland, Maine . .
N«w York, N. Y . .
57,874.971 7'
'05,361,36034
11,729,400 22
8,597.468 77
'35,684,881 48
45,236,963 29
5,971.506 09
20,660,562 55:
37 . 107,93040
'o4,4'5,32' 74
15,174.078 23
16,897.867 90
705.'5i 75
3.924,295 06
11,528,64030
6,157,842 78
'0,073,371 27
1846
52.794,795 10 Mutual
84,329,23492 100,000
10,074,444 21 100,000
7,000,246 87 1,000,000
118,619,682 58 Mutual
41,828,628 26 Mutual
5.049,685 64:Mutual
18,104,793 66 Mutual
31,475.922 98 Mutual
88,761,058 57 i Mutual
12,498,029 84 Mutual
14,446,50954 1,000,000
100,000
418.600
600,000
Mutual
125,000
6-9'6,&9 96
17.846,952 89
2,121,718 99
6,450,236 72
21,629,512 61
6.242,831 62
',075.871 74
*,803,822 28
5,260,845 61
'7.875,949 94
7,701-221 27
30.393,288 28
2.250,058 05
8.715 19647
34,496,083 29
7,898,65868
',781.67435
3'672,13699
9.379458 87
28,830,122 74,
3,908443 08 [
3,599.291 99i
1,360,814 47
4,601,298 04
3,988.808 88
1,001,115 00
2,531.92864
189,20400 4,33134 IT, 29500
532,609 (X, 15,97827
152,63400 4,85808
588,24800' 15,96281
1,011,905 00j 37,01888
103.500 00 3,348 4?
34,50000 1,11002
224,206 00 6,837 25
134 , 79 "» 3,91498
6l 1,760 OO 17,845 03
1,076,00000 43,88849
904,15000 38.77388
, , 33 20
1,627,14200 61,41320
123.773 00 1,023 35
35,46336 652 35
45.075 00 1,245 S 3
151.739,494 00
631,016,666 00
5','37,o65 73
200,829,929 00
565.839.387 00
162,617,014 00
38,767,541 00
78954,903 00
202,405,923 00
492.763,920 00
78,902,420 00
71,816,56600
59,819,708 00
119,604,582 00
44.497.93* 00
27,117,827 59
46,390,324 00
'859
'«so
1866
4*5®5 37
21,655 00
1,000 00
842
'845
1848
'835
'«s?
1841
8,09340
13,050 00
1847
2,561,969 98
1,829,178 51
1865
'875
346,747 13
2,852,55000
7,790.39500
5,500,233 70
9,670,823 88
',294-557 »'
3.589,288 23
3.774.813 "
843,262 08
1,848,676 88
'873
'4,459 55
273,62
1863
1848
i »60
ASSESSMENT COMPANIES.
Fidelity Mutual Life Association. . .
Phdadi Iphi i, Pa
Hartford Life and Annuity.Hartford Conn.
Peninsula Mutual Relief.[Easton, Md.
American Accident Indemnity Ass'n New York. N. Y.
S 7 S
293,267 18
818,244 61
47' 46
2,778 68
Mutual
Mutual
M utual
Sfutual
75,750
737,679 20
3,000 00
1,47500
327,768 77
1,044,34632
13,18976
23.205 5*
4 * 3,774 4 '
1,126,491 36
13,661 22
25,802 uo
23,796,450 00
70,784,000 OO
2,155,00000
10409,000 OO
6,53240
43800
353.000 00
19,000 OO
648,000 OO
3,00000
186S
188 s
1883
*39 *8
1,227 00
FIDELITY AND CASUALTY COMPANIES,!
City Trust, Safe Deposit & Surety Co Philadelphia, Pa ,
Employers' Liability Assurance Co . London, England.
Fidelity and Casualty.New York, N. Y
Guarantee Co. of North America. . . Montreal Canada
Hartford Steam Boiler.[Hartford, Conn. .' !
Lloyds' Plate Glass.New York, N. Y
Standard Life and Accident.[Detroit, Mich
United States PlateGlass . . .
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE CO.
Franklin Mutual.
[SS6
1,284,207 27
842,282 57
1.017,3*5 74
684,429 66
1,343.905 59
397,642 10
528,623 50
'33 i' 8 o 93
756.773 40
435,901 5°
694,795 86
'57'9*o 75
778,367 '3
210,294 06
311,662 62
'3,556 58
98.074 45
842,809 84
1,079,754 92
269.387 01
6.34,645 34
318,92083
522,535 74
28,262 24
62,142 66
472,050 07
900,648 06
212,545 22
562,71x298
286,657 29
493.887 38
23,867 41
500,000
8,414,961 21
"7.350,01500
150,753.625 71
37,178,07400
121,200,690 00
10,714.5*9 00
58,729,81x100
((86,734 00
OySoOOO
83 OO
1,130 10
',090 58
92 OO
2,210 35
545 «9
73600
1880
1876
240,500 00
235,50000
15,000 00
2*5,775 00
30,044 73
164,00000
80552
125 »
250,000
304,600
500,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
1851
188 2
1884
. . . ; Philadelphia, Pa.. . . 1867
222 22
4 28
. . ! Easton. Pa, . .
,889
268 10 Mutual
573 20
2,010 72
9'4 52
54.939 00
ISAAC N. FOOKS,
SI/Ö4«' $ ■>;*
Insurance Commissioner.
GASOLINE
STOYES.
GASOLINE
For burning in stoves for
heating or cooking, must
be SAFE, clear of bad
odor, and strong enough
to give a good steady
light. We have such for
the past Ten Years, hav
ing sold thousands of gal
lons without a single acci
dent reported.
Oils delivered free to
all parts of the city.
Cans loaned,
Phillips & Kane
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS,
5 EAST FOURTH STREET.
:m_isT9
T potect
J ADJUSTMENT,"
\A)Wi«KTE£D/
l Tt
FILLED
Cant Fifth and Market Sttwla
Wllwintrtft«. D.R
PATRICK FAHEY
No. 1822 West Fourth Street,
Carpenter, Contractor and Builder,
■■'atlmhte» Furnished for work of nil kinds,
• 8attsfaction > lar^üteftd both .U CîiOt MU
ftWAUUto—
TO THOSE WHO NEED
OF
ANY DESCRIPTION.
I have opened a store for the sale
of Dry and Ready Mixed Paints in
any quantity. Paints mixed to
order in any shade by an expert.
will also keep on hand a full line of
OILS,
GLASS,
BRUSHES,'?
CHAMOIS,
VARNISHES,
and PUTTY.
Also Agent for John Lucas
Co.'s Pure, Ready-Mixed Paints and
Colors Ground in Oil.
Glazing a Specialty.
JAS. M. BRYAN,
107 WEST EIGHTH ST.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
TELEPHONE No. 490.
CHARLES WARNER
COMPANY.
Calcined Plaster, Marble
Dust, Cements, Lime, Sand,
Fire Brick, Coke, Coal.
Market Street Wharves.
ICE CREAM.
E. E. HANNA,
No. 831 JKFFRB80N STUFET,
Wishes to Inform his friends and the public
In eeneral that he is prepared to furnish Ice
Cre«m for FxcurH|oa». Peetivals, P&rUuj
; • lauuug» *1 vwi c4*uu uuUre*
COAL,
COAL,
COAL I
Only the best quality, Har»
nd Free Burning. Carefulh
repared and screened, N>
clinkers. Also
sale
in
to
I
of
KINDLING WOOD.
PINE, OAK.
HICKOBl
McKEE & PYLE
&
and
OFFICE AND TARD.
Sooth Side Market St. Bridge
Lumber, Lime, Sand, Ce
ment, etc.
TELEPHONE x8y.
John Conlt.
Nkal Cunlt.
CONLY BROS
■»
No. 622 West Front Streef
DEALERS IN
'f
f
J
Lime, Cement.
All kinds of Hauling promptly
attended to.
public
Ice
Telephone Call 621 .
 Gentleman
To-day, said he wanted a
Coat like one he had from
us some five years ago.
He said it had not cost
him much, and, notwith
standing, was the most
satisfactory garment he
had ever had The fact
was we were not long in
selling him another of the
same kind. We always
have on hand a full assort
ment of well made,
fitting thin garments.
Remember, Boys' and
Children's Suits are
nice
going
at a 20 per cert discount
from our usual low price,
and 10 per cent off on
Men's, on cash sales.
%
J. T. Mullln & Sor
Tailor», 6th & Mark«t s
Clothier», Wilmington,
J. MORTON DILLON,
DELAWARE WIRE WORKS,
Manufactnrera'of
Window Guards and Wire Work
Of every description
Fly Screens for Doors and Windows'mad«
and put up lu any sty le.
Wire Clothe 1 Lines apt up.
Electric Light Guards aud Wire'No yeltlea,
609 SHIPLEY STREET.

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