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SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS MEET.
Are Polished end I'n Ihey 8*v Sermo Interesting to thlldren-Otllcers Klected. The first conference of the Wilmington Sunday School Workers was held iu the basement of Delaware Avenue Baptist Church yesterday afternoon t_ ' cises opened at 2.80 o'clock devotional exercises, fsl by the organ.zation society which resulted as follows: President. Harry Emmons; first vice president, William H. Foulk ; second vice president. David W. Harlan; secretary, Miss Sus Simpson; treasurer. Noble K. Hadley ; executive committee, A. V. Hy sor* chairman ; John White, Thomas K Porter, Howard Gallaher, Mrs, William K. Crosby, Miss Lizzie Stroud and Miss Clara Meudiahall. Joseph Pyle then gave an address on Association—Bow Shall Ws The txer wlth praise aud lowed of the "Oar Utilize lit" He gave many auggeHtious on the important question. A .service of song was then conducted by J . H. King "Mutual Helpfulness" was talked abou: by Superintendent David W. Harlan iu the absence of Attorney W, 8 Prickelt, Professor Uaac Johnson gave an address on'TheTeachers Eyes and Ears" A song service was held aud the society ad journed until 7.30 o'clock in the evening. A song service ope ed the evening ses sion. Professor H L Uoldey made an address on ' What Should the Sunday School Be." His address ended lu a dis cussion by Rev Isaac Jewell, Joseph Pyle, A V. Bysore, J. R. King, Isaac T. Johnson, J. B Appleby, Thomas H. H. Messenger, Charles Baird, Rev. W. D. Cook, William K. Crosby and Harry Emmons. Each speaker bad different ideas of the methods of Sunday school work, and ■ er ' mous were declared to b» too long aud uninteresting to children, Mr. Emmons stated that b* took hla children to church bit the sermons polished that they did not under B« thought at least ten were so stand them minute* should be devoted to sermons for the benefit of young people and thought that this course would draw the yujuig people to the church. The meet ing they adjourned until April 14, when the next conference will be held iu St. Paul's M. E Church. Senator Higgins Speaks la Baltimore. United States Senators S. M. Cullom of Illinois, and Anthony Higgins of Del aware, were tbe guests of th* Eutaw Re publi-an Club of Baltimore last night at the opening of its handsome new club* house, No. 1610 Linden avenue. They arived at the house shortly before 9 o'clock tfisr having been dined and wined by tbv dab governors at Hotel Rennert After spending fifteen minâtes in hand shaking at tbe club-house, the speech making began Senator Higgins followed Senator Cnllom and told bis hearers that they mast wotk their own salvation. Some one interrupted him by saying, "With fear and trembling!" "No," said Mr. Higgins, "with courage." He added that the great balk of tbe wealth of the city was on the side of the Re publicans. He mads a prediction that the Bouse would pass a free eoiuagi Senator Higgins was followed by J, lisou Harris. e bill. Mor Bishop Coleman t * go to Philadelphia. The following program of addresses has been arranged for tbe midday Lenten services at St. Paul's Episcopal CAinreb, Tntrd etreel below Walnut, in Phlladai phi«: Ash Wednesday, Rt. R.v O. W. Whittaker, D, D ; Marth 8, 4 and 5. Rt. Rev. Leighton Coleman, H T. D.LL.D ; March 7 to 12 Inclaslve,Rev. Frederick Bargees; March 14 to 19 in • clnrlve. Rev J. O. S Huntington; March 21 to 26 inclusive, Rev. James S Stone, D. D ; March 28 to April 2 inclusive,Rev. T. A. Tlnball. D D ; April 4 to 9 Inclu sive, Rev. Otis A. Olszebrook, D. D, Monday, 11th, Rev. W. F. Watkins, D. D ; Tuesday, I2tb, Rev. J. Lewis Parks, 8. T. D. ; Wednesday, 13tb, Rev. William Ntilaon McVickar, D. D , Thursday, 14th, Rev Alfred G. Mortimer, D. D. ; Good Pviday, services 10 30 a m and 12 m ; Saturday, 16th, R ev. A. B. Sharp. Mo Coart Xo-4 >y The Saperior Court reconvened at 2 80 o'clock yesterday afternoon Counsel for tbe p'alntlff consumed much of the session by reading decisions in civil damage suits tending to show that tbe deceased was not guüty of con tributory negligence. At 3.50 o'clock be began addressing the jnry He reviewed tbe acid chamber ep isode aud the faets^tbat led ap'to tbe trial. He said that tbe members of tbe firm could not plead ignorance of tbe danger attending tbe cleaning of tbe sulpbnrie acid chamber He said that tbe men were tossed into tbe chamber like so many dogs. Before be finished, court adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning. There was no court this morning. Judge Houston was storm staid at tbe Central Hotel Judge Cullen adjourned court until 2.30o'clock this afternoon. Her Provisions Were Kxbansted. The large steamship Maine which has been laying at tbe Delaware breakwater for several days,storm-staid, has returned to Wilmington and is now anchored at tbe mouth of tbe Christiana. The vessel bent her eccentric slightly while laying •t the breakwater and this is one of tbe reasons for bringing her where tbe water Is calmer. The principal reason for her coming to the month of the creek is that her stock of provisions has run ont. The steamer Washington is still at the break water. During the vessel's passage np the bay the plates, cups and croskery used the large vessel were knocked about and much of the crockery was broken It a large brass boiler which was on tbe stove, was lifted off by tbe momentum of tbe boats roiling The tug Taurus which went down to the Maine to leave a fresh supply provisions on hsr this morning, eould come near enough to leave tbe provisions on account of the tnrbnlence of the water of tbe Delaware. ■ I : i so rough that was of not TrlumpbRIver Fsola. Rev. E L, Hubbard, Ph. D., lectured on "How to Triumph Over Foss snd Fools" In Harrison street M. E Church last night. There was a good audience present considering th« stormy weather. The lecturer spoke in bis nsnal happy *vetn and, despite tbe storm that was rag ing outside, he kept the audience in a pleas ant mood during the entire evening The lecture was for the beuefit of the build ing fand. Abont three hundred tickets had been sold. A will" lug Ionian In tbe West, A letter has been received in this city from W. M. Field, .president of tbe Cen tral National Bank who ia traveling in California. He says he is in good health and la having a plea ant time. Boots Leaking liadlv. The heavy blow and rain last night has caused a great many roofs to leak. James F. Wood A Co's telephone is ring ing pretty lively with orders to (have them repaired at once. The John Freier Libeled. Marshal Mahaffy libeled tbe sloop John Frazer at Rower's Beaoh yesterday after teruoou. The libel was made on a c alm of Tabor Fagan for repaUs, and 1« return able on Match 13. LINES OF 01VI80N. The Way In WMch Rural New Caatle Countv Uae Been Divided. Now that the Board of Election Com missioners bas completed its work of dividing rural New Castle county Into election dlstrlcs, there is a natnral curiosity to know just where the lines have been run. White Clay Creek hundred, West Election district—Beginning ou the depot road where It intersects wltn the bound ary line between Penoader and White Olay Creek hundreds, thence by the said road to the main street of the town of Newark, along said street to the creek road, thence to Booby ran. Polling places, at Wilson's Hotel in Newark aud in Christiana. Christiana hundred, North Election district—Beginning at the Brandywine creek at its intersection with Rising San road, along the Creek to Newbridge, along Rising Sun road to the Kenuett turnpike, to the Jackson Inn road, to the Ltuc&ster turnpike, aud thence to the boundary of the city of Wilmington. The voting place—Odd Fellows' Hall, High lands. Christians hundred district—Beginning l pnbllc road where it crosses Red Clay creek a'ong the said road east to the middle of the old Newport and Gap turn pike ; north along the road that leads to Price's shop, along the road leading to Newport turnpike to the tmnpike at Folly woods, and ajong said turnpike to thè west boundary of the city of Wil mington—voting places at Marsballton aud Newport. The lines of the N'w Castle hundred divisions have already been published in full in those columns Peilender hundred—Beginning at the intersection of the State road with the state boundary line, by said State road northeast through the village of Glasgow to the boundary between Peu cader and New Caatle hundreds. Polling S laces, Coecb's Mills aud at the hotel in I [trkwood. St. Georges, East—Beginning at the mouth of St. Augustine creek, along said creek to where it crosses the public road to Port Penn, along said road to Boyd's Corner, west to the Delaware railroad at sdt. Pleasant. The new vot ing place Is at the hotel at Port Penn. St, Georgea, West—Beginning at the Intersection of the state line with tbs road leading to Warwick, Md . with the said road aud the main street of Middle tswn to Broad street, along the rosd to Summitt Bridge northerly to the Dela ware railroad, and then to the Chess peake and Delaware canal The new vot Ing place is at Alexander Maxwell's hotel in Middletown. Apprqutnimink hundred beginning at the Intersection of the Dela ware railrasd, with the line dividing Blackbird and Appcqnlnimiok hundreds, following the railroad north through the village of Townsend to Silver Lake on the sont hern boundary of St. Georges huo dred. The new voting place ie at D B. Maloney's office In Townsend, Blackbird hnedrei—Beginning In the centre of Slate Road at Dnck Creek, ex tending north through the Blackbird to Blackbird creek, trlcts are known as East and West, ac cording to their position to this line. The new voting place is at V. O. Hill's hotel in Blackbird village These divisions meet with general ep proval, the only contention being in New Castle hundred, where there is a radical difference of opinion. j, South Election at the middle of the village of The dis AMUSEMENTS. "Tuxedo" Coming again. George Thatcher's "Tuxedo" comes to the Grand Opera Hons« again to-night. Since it was presented here new bits of fun have been introduced, and an en tire change of all of tbe mnsloal nnli bera has been made "Tuxedo" Is in the shape of a three sc* farcical comedy. Its scenes are laid at the well-known fashion able resort, Tnxedo Park, situated np among tbe Orange Mountains of New Jersey. The story deals with tbe trials of a party of society amateurs in an at tempt to arrange a performance frr charity's sake. They are abont to fail, when they bear that Thatcher's Minstrels are rehearsing at Plainfield only a short distance away, and they determine to seek their assistance for and agrees to help them, aud In aet •second brings his minstrels to Tuxedo and gives a minstrel first part on the lawn in front of tbe Tnxedo club bousa Academy of Mnsle. "A Bunch of Keys," with Its multitude of comic situations and pleasing songs, was greeted by a good bonse at the Academy of Music last evening, despite tbe wet and disagreeable weather. It produced by an excellent company and the mlrth provoklug qualities of this great farce still contains amusement for the hundreds Miss Botbner sang and danced creditably. W. C. Crosble made good "Rnaggs." and Lee Harrison took tbe difficult role of "Grimes," while the remainder of tbe company were always entertaining and clever. The same piece will be repeated this evening with Wednesday matinee, and to-morrow night's entertainment will close tbe en gagement here. . Thatcher is sen A New Stamping Clerk. Isaac Bowers, a stamper at the post office, has resigned his position aud will work at his trade was sworn in as bis ssccossor last night by Postmaster) Stewart aud began bis new duties this morning CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Work upon tbe Market street sewer at Eleventh street has commenced again. Republican headquarters will be moved frrm No 3 West seventh street to No S30 Market street. A decision in the Levy Coart injunc tion case is not now expected before tbe latter part of this week. William Gosnell, tbe news agent at Tenth and Orange streets, is confined his home with a severe attack of the grip. The flight house steamer Z zanla, sta tioned at Edge Moor, is laying at the Pnsey and Jones Company, taking board a stock of provisions. The construction of tbe new electric street railway line on East Ninth street, will begin as soon as tbe material arrives and the weather becomes settled. Mrs. J. Frank Bail, of tbe World's Fair managers, has made pnblio a letter which offers $50 for tbe best design of an officiai badge for tbe Board of Lady Managers. Noble B. MeMuliin on PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Samuel Harr!« of Port Deposit was Wilmington to-day. George N. Kerr of Linwood, Pa., was in this city yesterday. E. R. Cochran. Jr., of Middletown was in this elty yesterday. Thomas M. Walker of Hockessin, Del., was in Wilmiugton to-day. David A. Reed of Eliendsle,' Snssez county, ia visiting friends in this city. Detective Hatton's wife went to Newark on Friday and was taken sick. She unable to come home. Mrs. 0 M. Jordan of No. 313 King street, is in Harrisburg to-day attending I the funeral of her brother. THE ARCH Of LIBERTY. Work at Edge Moure .on Ibe World'« Fair Building An The work of building the great Liberal Arts and Manufacturers building for the World's Colombian Exposition, is being pushed rapidly at' the Edge Moor Bridge Works north of this city. There probably never was so much worked and un worked Irou in the yards of the works at any one time before. Everybody is busy, from the clerks and draughtsmen iu the tffices to the commonest laborers in the shops. The machinery Is running night and day turning ont parts of this great irou struo ure that lato astonish the world with Its magnificence and gigantic pro portions. A large quantity of the finished work has already been fowarded to Chicago. The next consignment will be composed of the pieces of the great arch. It is now finished, and the pieces are bring fitted end bolted together to see that ytbing is right before it is World's Fair grounds. This fitting together of the parts Isa big contract. From base to base of the arch is 293 feet, and It would take a plumb line 216 feet long to reach from the centre of the arch to the ground. K this centre line is begu i at the great Ian tern that surmounts the arch it would Increase Ibis distance by abont twenty feet. The mode of testing the arch is very simple. A space was cleared in the yard The work was begun from each side of the common centre It now begins to look like a gigantic rainbow lying on its side. Comparatively few discrepancies have been 4L covered, aud those few defects have been rectified. As soon as ibe test is completed the great bow of Iron will be taken apart and shipped to Chicago, where thousands of pleasure-seekers will walk under it. sent to the The Looked For Sturm Came. The storm that bad been brewing for several days came yesterday afternoon. About 1.80 o'clock it commenced to rain lightly and It continued to increase In force until night. The wind was blowing "baif a gal*" and together the wind and rain made it extremely unpleasant to be ou the s' reel. The electric wires were continually crosslag each other, but no serious damage was done. Circuit No. 3 of the Gsynur police signal system burned out and for tbe time was rendered use less. Considerable damage was done to tbe telephone wires. A number of them are down and many more are crossed. Workmen ere now engaged in repairing them aud It is hoped that they will all be repaired to-day. One of the large gas lamps on Market street bridge was broken off by tbe high winds there. Consignment Bale, Auctioneer Hnkill will sella large stock of toys and fancy goods at No. 726 Market street to morrow morning, at 10 o'clock, in wholesale lots. Young Wilmington Dramatists. The second performance of its third season was given by the Wilmington Dramatic Club last nlghL Tbe play is the five act comedy "Old Beads and Young Hearts" by Dion Boaclcanit and tbe plot of this is laid in England. Tbe following was tbe east of character.]: Countess of Pomplon. Hawln . Mr*. Pcott ... Mrs DuPont ..Miss Holcomb Mr Uiruardson Mr. Fulenwider .Mr. Cnrt is . Mr Htlleg Mr lUinbrldge Mr, Bayant .Mr. Barroll I «c'y Alle» Misa Kate Rocket.... Karl of Pooiplon. Lord Roebnek. Colonel Rocket. LlttletoCeke. Thomas Coke. Tbe Rev. Jesse Rural Bob. Russel I Corporal Stipe i. . i. Mr. Fcott A Grand Masked Ball. The annual masquerade ball of the Delaware Famgerbnnd was held in Ger man Hall last night. Although the weather was unpleisant,several hundred persons were present. The evening's pleasures were opened with a tableau called tbe "Arrival of Lohengrin," The tableau was a beautiful one, spec al scenery andcostnmes being nsed About 100 person* took part in the grand mardi. Gbriitophsr Keobler was master of ceremonies and Lewis Keobler and F. Kiel z were flyor managers. Tbe music was furnished by Hickman's Orchestra. Tbe cslcinm lights effects which were nsed In tbe tableau were operated by Chief Engineer Robinson. Delawareans In Maw York. The Delaware Society of New York city bad it* second annual dinner at the Holland Honse last night. Tbe diners eat at one immense table that stretched the entire length of tbe room. Robert W. Todd, the president, was at the head. On bis right aud left respectively ex Gover'or B. T. Biggs of Delaware aud George Alfred Towuiend Mr. Townsend read a poem which be bad composed for tbe occasion Among those present were John W. Vroomau, Edwa<4 Gaboon, Wllbnr F. Rowling, Read Gordon and Dr. J. H. Marshal), Llqnor Nearly Cost Him Hie Life, Edward 8. Truitt of Sixth, and Pine streets narrowly escaped death by drowning in the Chr stlaua last night. Truitt, while intoxicated, wandered to tbe wharf of George W. Bush & Sons and walked overboard. Fortunately tbe splash was heard by the night watchman at the yards and he rnshed to the wharf and fonnd Truitt struggling in tbe water With much difficulty he was rescued and taken to his heme by Sergeant Wiggles worth. On to Pniladelphl*. To-night Troop B and Company A, N. G. D., will advance on Philadelphia. Troop B will be composed of twen'y-five men under command of the senior officer present. Company A will take twenty five men. Thev will leave tbe P., W, & B., depot at 7.06 o'clock. When they ar rive in Philadelphia they will be guests of Company D, Third Regiment, N. G. P„ it being the occasion of its annasi reception. _ fligbllv Injured on the Ball. George C. Payton, a brakaman on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, who was slightly injured while aboard bis train this side of Baitimor», on Sunday morn ing, is rapidly improving. His injuries were ennsed by being thrown against the oar while attempting to mount it. He was brought to bis home in this city at No, 304 Sixth avenue, after the accident, and Dr. Palmer dressed bis Injuries. City Property Sold. The following transfer* of real estate were recorded at the Engineering and Surveying Department today: Charles H. Tyndale and wife to Sarah A. Parker, property at Sixth and Han som streets; H. F. Dure and wife to Elijah Taylor, property at Fourteenth and Washington streets. Charles Tan d«!l to John Mulvena, properly at MeDaniey and Lombard streets. Pilot James Smtib Drowned. Lewes, March 1 —The New York pilot boat Edward Cooper yesierdty Lewes tbe body of James pilot belonging to tbe b«at, who was drowned by being run down by the Cooper while in a skiff with two others attempting to board the Brl/isb steam ship Vandyck. The bedy was sent on to Brooklyn. • landed at Smith, a pay of election commissioners. Appropriation Waottd lor ItcretArr Mal-tuey Lory Court met at 10 o'clock this morning. When the bill of William L. Wler, Thomas Toy and D. B. Maloney, commis sioners to »district the hundreds, was read, it was found that they cbargid 135 each for their services, but Messrs Wler and Toy recommended an additional ah lowance of $35 for clerical work done by Mr. Maloney,the Republican member,who acted as secretary of the board Mr Hutchison objected He claimed that the law did not allow $25. he was perfee'Iy willing to make the allowance, but did not thiuk it law Extra more than ful Mr. Grubb spoke in favor of tbs al lowance Be said that Mr Maloney had spent more than $25 in ear fare, and he thought he should be re imbursed. On motion of Mr Him »1er the matter was referred to Attorney E. Q. Bradford. TUB A8SKS80U3 DISCHARGED. Chairman Buckingham informed the assessors outside of Wilmington they bad no transfers to rep >rt they were discharged until called upon. He ordered the Wilmington assessors to report again to morrow morning After passing a number of bills the work of putting names on the liât by vouchers that if again taken np. large number of present with tbelr The men who did the was An unusually men were vouchers. hauling and vouching were Solomon Horsey, Frank C, Htidham, J. Jeremiah Mabouey, A. D. Vaudever, F 8.Bradley. COMMITTEES APPOINTED This af ern mu Oha rman Buckingham sptont«libe following committees fer the enening year : Attorney, Clerk sud Sheriff—Hutchi son, Jolis and Edason, Jail Commissioners—Clark, Soupier and Button "vt ember»' Allowance»—Eltaaon, Jol s aud Simpler: Inspectors and Assessors — Grubb, Clara and Jolis. Magistrate* and Constables—Sutton, Hutchison, Qiliis. Coroner and Physician—Simpler, Clark and Grubb. Printing and Stalioaery—Buckingham, Clark aud Hlckmau. Sunday Scbuo's—Grubb, Ellison aid Sampler Miscellaneous Expenditures—Hutchi son, Olllls end Hickman Approval of Boni —Buckingham, Jolis and Ellaaon. Receiver of Bonds of Collectors—Rill gore and Buckingham The Members' Expenditur e Commit tee was dropped from the list. The Cheater Heaumes Her Trlpa. The Wilmington Steamboat Company's s'eamer City of Chester started on hsr regular trips for tbe season this morning. The Brandywine will not start for sometime ye', but the Chester will make two trips dally. She presents a fine ap pearance on the river, her exterior hav ing been beautified by artistic painters. A Collision In the Bay, The schooner Owsfct, from Philadel phia for Norfolk, while anchored in Del* aware bay on Saturday, was run into by the schooner George Bailey from New York for Phil ads! phis The Owasoo tost jibboom. bowsprit and foretopmast Bishop Andrew« L. arcs for Home. An Informal reception was tendered Bith p Andrews In Fletcher Hall yester day afternoon. He was greeted by nearly all of tbe ministers and many laymen of thscity, and a general gvod time was en joyed by «II this« present. The bishop returned to his home last night. Bow Oar Boad* May 8e Improved. I would have each state by a legislative enactment do at cnee two or threj things in the direction of this movement, viz. Procure aud disseminate Information by establishing a bureau where the facts re lating to the expanse, mechanical con struction, care, durability, use and ex tent of the d.fferent hinds of roads shall be known and ascertained; then I would have some kind of state euperviiion and advisory aes'stance by a competent etglneer or engineers appointed hy tbe state in aid of road snd bridge bmlduig and repairing upon scientific principles and upon a comprehensive aud economical plan for the whole state; thirdly, I would have the state either own or control and maintain some through highways con nect ing the principal towas in the state, and connecting these with tbe principal towns of neighboring states, where tnvy are most needed, either for great public exigencies or for the greatest geueial nse. The stats would thus promote tbe equalization and tbe general reduction of expense of construction and malnten a. re of these main roads, and uoa'd give a profitable example and a strong Incentive to the adj .cent .towns to construct better contributory roads as feeders to the- main ones. I would bavt the rtite divide the expenses of this scheme of road betterment in the tax levy, so that part of it should ;be ap portioned to the whale state, part to (the counties through which tue roads ran. and part to the ;towns. And, further, would have this tax levy kept small and the iuvestmsnt adequate and quickly made by the business man's method of borrowing the money on long loan*. It wonld thus be easltv paid oat of the pro fits by those sharing them.—Colonel A. A. Pope, in the March Forum. well-known persons. Siegfried Wagner, the son of the com puser, will probably manege hi* late father's interests in Bayrenth after bis mother retires from control. He is being educated and trained to that end. When Mrs. James Brown Potter lost her wardrobe by the fire in Capetown her chief regret was that there was no re porters around who eonld do justice to the occasion and describe tbe lost trees urea Bishop Keane, rector of tbe Roman Catholic University at Washington, lectured at Osborne Hail, Yale University, on Friday evening, under the auiplces of tbe Y«Io Kent Club. This is said to have been the first time a churchman of that faith lias ever addressed Yale students wltbiu the campus fence. TheBESTSEMEETH $8 LO CD CJ co cr> CO co EU CD CJ 03 03 25c. ■-D 03 ID FOR EXTRACTING TEETH. Teeth Fxtr»ct»id Absolutely Without Pain with my Painless Compound, for 5"c. a Toutb; Warranted Perfectly Sate. Vitalized At* and Gas alsojilren. Teeth Filled. Gold, *1 up ; Teeth Filled with Silver, 76c. All other work. Lowest I'rt««. Teeth Extracted Eve Lings. All work Warranted. DR. F. E. SMITH, SURGEON DENTIST, Office and residence. 811 MARKET STREET. Graduate Baltimore College Dental Surgery u IS I T INQ FLORIDA. r«jniylianla Kallruad Tour... March Is undoubtedly the month to speud in the far South, and thither hundreds will speed to escape the treach erous winds of the wicked mouth. To make this journev In our day means nothing more than a luxurious pleasure jaunt, as Is proven by the Introduction of tears in palatial trains under the charge of Tourist Agents aud Chap erons. During March the Pennsylvania Rail road Company will run three of these delightful tours to Jacksonville on March 1, 15, 39 respectively. They will allow two weeks iu Florida, and tickets for the one ou the 39th will be valid for re turn by regular trains until May SO, 1893. The rate from Philadelphia, including transportation In special train aud meals eu route, Is but $48 00 Detailed Informs, tlon may be obtained with descriptive Itinerary upon application to Tourist Agent, Pennsylvania railroad, 333 South Fourth street, Philadelphia. Hanrahau DUcharaed. Fnrgus Hanrahan who was charged by bis wiie for disorderly cot duct last Fri day, was dismissed from answering the charge at the morning's ees'ion of the Municipal Court Harry W. Jones was ti ied $1 aud cost and Joseph Sprlrger,. $3 or thirty days imprisonment for drunkenness. BARGAINS In slightly damaged Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods that were damaged by the re cent fire, and are bting sold re gardless of value. We have sold hundreds of fine Suits and Overcoats since we opened and every one we sell, sells us another, as every customer knows he is saving money and does not hesitate to tell his neighbor and friends about the wonderful bargains to be had at the bona fide fire sal**, as you know this is no sham sale, as the proofs are here So do not wait too long if you want a good bargain in an Overcoat, as they are going fast. ; I We were a little short of help last Saturday. Did not expect such a crowd, hut will be prepared to serve you to day, with a double force, and will say any one not getting just what they want or are in any way dissatisfied with their purchase bring it back and we will exchange it or cheerfully refund the money. Open every evening. T. H. PHNNOCK, Fifth ami Market Sis. THE LEADER BOOKED FOR SPRING. Among the nobby dressers is said will be neat Mixed Cheviots in broken checks and neat plaids. We have a very elegant selection of them—too many to describe here. Come in. we will show them to you with pleasure. They make a very attractive and serviceable suit, and one you can wear wi h much comfort. The prices for them are moderately low. We have struck the right chord in securing a cutler—one whose work has that style and effect so much sought after by good dressers. I. W. GIBNEY, MERCHANT TAILOR, 315 MA It K ET STREET. J.R.C. CORRELL, (late of 810J4 Market.Street,) No. 5 West Seventh Street. Someone having maliciously repoited that my business is for sale and that I am about to leave the city, I take this method of making a complete denial of the report. No change whatever has been contem plated and I am at the north east corner of Seventh and Shipley Streets, where 1 will be pleased to receive old patrons and new. I have on my lists some of the best properties for rent, sale and investment to be found. J. R, O. CORRELL, REAL ESTATE, No. 5 V/est Seventh Street. (Lata of 1 10H Market Street.) POLITICAL. PUR SHERIFF' OF NEW CASTliK COUNTY. Fred. Kienle, OF WILMINUTON HUNDRED. Subject to the decision of the Dem o cratiodparty. pOH SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. James Carmichael, OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Subject 1« the decision of the Democratic party. p)R SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. Peirce Gould 5 OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. (-object to the Decision of the Republican Party. HHBBIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, ROBERT T. MOODY, Of Wilmington Humlr*«!. Hnblect U> the cl»étalon of the Democratic Party. pm POE CORONER OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY - IN 189». - James Clark, OF BRANDYWINE HUNDRED. Subject to tbe decision of tbe Demo cratic party. ItftlUiiNEIt K" OF NE W CASTLE COUNTY, James II. Green ' OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Subject to th decision of the Demo cratic party BimiMBBB OPFORTVNiriKS. IJ10R SALE. TlR EXCHANGE FOR CITY " REAL HKTATE.-The well known ''Prac tical Farmer" Hotel at Grubb's, Brandy win* hundred. Is offered for sale, or will exchange (or city real estate; baa been licensed lor one hundred years: Ibe only road bouse on Philadelphia pike between tbla elty and Ches ter' basa splendid bar and hotel trade JOHN P. DONAHUE, 51V Orange street, Wilming ton. Del. HAMK1MU AMD FINANCIAL ARTISANS' SAYINGS BANK. No, BOS M4UKKT STREET, Delaware WIlmlDEtou, Open dally from 9 o'clock a. m. nntll 4 p. and on Tdbbuath and Satproavs [torn 7 p. w. Assets, - Deposits, $894,461.12 - 797,898.66 Surplus, INTEREST ALLOWED on *11 deposits money for one month or longer at the rate 1 per cent per annum. Money loaned on Mortgage on Real Estate, GEORGE W. BUSH. President. 57WESLEY WELDIN, Vlce-PresIdenL B. T. TAYLOR. Secretary. JOSEPH M. MATHER. Auditor. . $ 98,767.67 B. R. ROBINSON & CO AMD Oornor Fourt h and M arket Street! WANTED, Equitable Guarantee and Trust Company tock. Slocks bunch! and sold In the Nev York Philadelphia and Boston markets on commit tlon. Letter*of credltVIven,available In all paitf >f the world, and draft* on England, Ireland France, Germany and Switzerland Issued. H. R. ROBINSON * OO BBUKKKI liOOBIIIWI ILMINGTON STEAMBOAT OÜMPAÎ w Will resume trip« TUESDAY'. MARCH 1, :i«e. STEAMER 1 CITY of 0HE3TER Leaves Fourth street wharf at 7.31 a «ml 1 p. m L*ave Philadelphia. Chestnut street wharf, at 10.16 a. m anil 4 p.m. E. T. RICHTER, DEALER IN carpets, oil cioiH r AND FU.iftiriM 213 West Seventh Street. WILMINGTON, DEL. Ten Per Cent. Off for Cash. MONEY FOR MORTGAGES, $ 20 , 000 . APPLY TO H. D. WALTER, 3 WEST SEVENTH SFKETT. KOSMOS CLUB PURE RYE WHISKEY Fully ten years old and made from selected Pennsylvania Rye. $16.00 Per Case $1.50 Fi Quart Bottle Wm. G. R0BELEN AGENT, 108 West Seventh Street, FKMNIK9 AND SMALL 081209 OAB SB HAD AT TBB »Off* IN« BOOK TMM HTBNUI8 JOIM»b ■a -- j B A ILROADS, PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DHILADKL; HI A. WILMINGTON flAI.Tl-.l6Ky »Ail.ROAD January 18, Istj. > I "'• VB Wllmlm ton a* [allows bUartelphla lexer,. •>). 1 y,. t 66. 4 2U » a*. 7 4» 00 ,'ltep'i »0*510^17.5*. A A., ÄÄCÄ' VI p re, Â S' V H 4 !' 10 - 06 ' 11 All <1 a A. I i*L 5 £ 7 oe, 7 18 ami Dilpin Aoe oi umoaatlqa. «on. 6 68, 7 08, » is. In 5 USI am, use,* 16. 8 46,4 ».6 SO. 8 40,7 40 ui.d Ili o' 1 p m. New York, I 55, 2 88. 4 90. 8 30, 8 86. 8 ISO. M 101«. 11*1 a m. 412 1», H 88,1 ai ' I», 6 10, » 17. 6 34. >« O. T OS. 7 18.» 1*. and 10 * i. w For Ho« urn, without cIjauko, 10.16 a. m. and 6 66 p m. For Went Cheater, via Lamokln. « 30 8 08 » m.2 28 and«4lipm. For Newark (Centre) and Intern.* nave station*, 7 40 a m. IS 64 and 8 83 p m. Halt!more nod Intermediate elation*. 1019 a in, 12 id, S 17.4 48 and 8 08 p m and IS 18 night, Halil more and Hay Line, 8 33 p m. Heit I more and Washington, 4 48. 8.0L911. 10 1.5. and 11 00 am. 12 08, IS80, Il 1». S «'8. 4.u4 8.St •«.! 3,8 88. 7 40. 8 SO p tu and IS 48 night. Train* for Delaware Division leer» „ New CaeUe, 8 18. Il.tfa m, 2 58.3 60,4 40,1 15, 8.83, 9 80 p in, and IS 08 night. For Lewi«, 8.18 a. m.,4 37 p, m. Harrington. Delmar. and wav station*. S 18 a m Harrington and way stations. 2 50 u m. Express [or Dover, Harrington ana 1 1118 a U, 4 37 pm. and IS 01 night Exprès» for Wyoming and Smyrna ,0 53 p Express tor Cat« Charles, oiu Fun., ouu. fort, and Norfolk. II18 a m and IS 01 nigh Leave Hhlladelphla. «road street, for. Wll mlngttm, (express) 3 50, 7 to, 7 ST. 8 81. » 10 H 20, 10 33,11 19 a m.isio. IIS 36,1 30,3 (b,8 n,3 48, 3 83. 4 0) 4 41. A ». 6 311 8 89. 1 17. I. 7, 7 40. .lit 1180. ora. ant III8night Sw*?. , ,£ or i 1 .',? I ? < i'! KU £ n - 0 *>■ 7 40, 10 38. 1,32 a m «SI. 3 10. 418. « 48.8 82.8 88. lift., u 4f and 11 as pm. - Nu Trains will PI : on ■«I..-«. m. _ SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia (expree*), »6n.9Ui.10 06,11 Sl.a m.l 39,4 32 7 0B, 7 26 and »II, m. Accommodation, 70U, 808, am. 18 It.I 4». 4 ( 5, 5 20 and 1030 pm. uss^i For Cheater (express), 1 88. 4 », 8 60, 9 00. 81 a nc, 5 04, 8 W. 7 08 and 9 12 p m. Accommodation. 7 OU, 8 08, a m, U 10 1 48. 4 ( 5.8 30,7 28 and 10 80 pm. For Now York (express), I 88, *88. 4 80. 7 Or 8.80, 1181 am, 11.10, 1.38,4 S3, 4 t ». 8 08, «821 and 7 08 p m. For Boston, without change, 8 88 p m. For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8 06 a ns. and llipm For New Castle. 9 SO u m and II08 nlghL For Cape Chari.«, Old Point Uomrort ant Norfolk, 12 01 nlghL BBS Fur Middletown, Clayton. Dover, Wyotrlng, Felton, Harrington, UriugevlUc, s oxford. Laurel and Delmar, itdl night. Baltimore aud Washington, 4 48,8 01.1018 * m, 18 08, 12 60,8 >1, '8 08,7 40,8 10 p m and IS 49 nig". Haltlmo Leave 1 86 . 3 18 . 4 30 , 6 04,5 10.8 59.8 08 , H ore, only «(4pm and 1213 nlghL Philadelphia, Broad «treot.ror Wll mtugtoB (ekprcasi, '< 8*. 7 90,9 I0.U 18 a n: 12 10, 4«. 6 08,867. 7 *0, 3 35.1118,11 30 pm. and m (8 nlghL Ai'Commodatlun, 8 88, 10 38, am., 1131. 2118. It 10. 9 38, III (Wand 11 08 p m. Fur farther Information pamengerr are re ferred to the ticket offloe at the station. (•) (\>ngre*«lunal Limited F-urr*» trains conn-used entirely of Pullman Vestibule Par lor ..nd Dining Cars. (|t Limited Expies* trains, com port d of Pullman Vestibule Parlor Car* Vesllbnla Passenger t'oaobeeaiid Dining Car. CUAM. K. PUGH. J, XL WOOD, General Mausuer. Gen. Pas« Aver*. tbe BALTIMORE £ Ur 10 § RAILROAD. tû ■•'Id 3 4i Bohednle In affect November 16.1391. TRAINS LEAVE DELAWARE AV. DEPOT KART BOUND. NEW YOKE, week days, *808, »717 *7 40 •10 ;« a m. Ml 24 *3 SO. •* 3«, »7 8« n m. NEW Y'oRK.BnnAair-SOS,^ 17. M0 31 . m. M3 34, *8,16 38. '7 69 pm. 1» )«'i'ON,*6 3s.ii.iu dally, with Pallor an bullet sleeptnzcare running through to Boston with out change via PoiigLkeepele bridge, landing passçngenün B. * M station, Boston. PHILADELPHIA, week days, *3 08, 819, 6 46. *7 17, *7 40. 7 60, *9 80. 8 (il. *9 60, 10 ■ 0. •10 88. Ml 62 an» *12 34, 1 00, *2 1 0, 8 06, « .0. 8 08. *5 3H, 8 48, •7.39, » 30,10 00, *10 68 p. li PHILADELPHIA, Mondays, »8 08.8 48 M 17. 780, 9 08, M0 38. II 40 a m.; *13 *4. 1 Oil, *2 S»L 3 06,4 10, 6 06, *6 38, 6 46, *T 39, 8 30,10 00, *10 66 tis'.ns. m I« of of p. to CHESTER, week days. *8 08. 8.00, 8 48 *71», •7 40. 7 60, *8 ft), 9 00. •« 80, JO (18, •10 88. Mi 82.«. m.: liai, *2 50. 8 06. 4 10. 6 05, *6 38, 6 48, «Ta*. h an. in m. *106« p. m. CHKHTER, Sunday*, *3 08. 8 48, *7 17, 7 80, 9 08. •Il) 38, II 40 a. tu.; I 00. •• 80, 8 08.4 10. 6 06. •5 39. « 46, *7 89. H 80, 10 «1. *10 85 Atlantic City, week day*. *7 17 am, •L 34 *3 60 p m Sundays, *7 17, a m, *2 60 p m. WEST BOUND BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.*4 64, 7 02. *8 47. *1006 a. m.l •!* 10. *2.06 2 68, <4 40, •6 24 «7 (Id m.dallr. BALTIMORE and Way BtaUona.7U8 a to, 2 55 p m. dally. Baltimore end principal etatlon* on PhU*. d»lj'li m Ulvleton, 10 08 a. m„ dally. NEW A II K. DEI »4 64, 7 03. "9 47, *10 08 a «. •13 HqS 56. *4 40, •« 2«, 7 3ft, '7 57.11 10 p m dally. FITT»tBUHG,'* .7. a. m.. *4.40 p. m. (tally. OHICAGO *H 47 a. m., «4 40 n. m„ dally. CINCINNATI AND ST. LOU1B, «1*18 p. m amt *7 87 p. in. both dolly. SINGERLY ACCOMMODATION,Ilia a. 2 86, 7 3, and II.in p m., dally. LAN DEN BERG ACCOMMODATION, week day*. T I«. 1100, a. m. 9 88 and 4 66 p m. Son dai a V 30 a. m. and 4 40 p. m TRAINS LEAVE MARK ET ST. STATION. For Philadelphia weekday«,6 88,8 80, •7*8, •8 21, *9 33, *11 Jo, am.; UÙ, I 46, 3 86. 9 4$ p. ns. Sundays. 680 a m; 12 42, 2 48. 8 86, 0 46 p. m. For Baltimore, week days, 8.36, 9 80, »8 26, *9 33, *11 86 a. m„ 2 46, p. m, Sunday, 8 30 and • . 25 a m. Baltimore and principal stations on PhlUa delphia Ü ' l«lon. 9 33 a. m., daUy, except Sands'- Sundaye, 9 26 a m. Fo .andenuerg ana way stattona, week day*. 8 80, 10 60, a. m; 2 <8, 6 00 p m. UoB 9 26 a m; 4 0(1 p m. capo, and Pittsburg •S.i'B a m. dally, exceix Sunday; •:). 6 p. m., dally, Cincinnati and St, Loots, -n.jo, a. m., dolly except Sanday LV. PHILADELPHIA FOB WILMINGTON n w Week days, '4.16. 8no. 7 38, *61» 8 40 •*■, 000,*1135a. m.. 12(«noon.M 45.1 60. 800,*4 28k •4 08 4 30, *6 18, 8 30. *6 61, 8 30, *7 22, 810, 10 U. and 11.30 p. m. nnnuay, *4 16, 8 00, «Sie, 6SO «938, 10 00, *11 36 a m.,12 00. noon, 1N), 8 00, *4 06, 4 30, *661, 6 30, *7 22, 810. 1« 10 and U 30 p. Tel «paons. No. 193. Hat*'» to Western Points lower than via say other line. C. O. SCULL Gen.l Pass. AgenL J. T. ODELL. General Manager, m in Y (ÎH K\ m. in. TAT 1 LM I NOTON AND NORTHERN HAIL VV road COMPANY. Time table. In effect I)«ceaiber 10,1891. Train* leave Wilmington (French etrea station) (or BAG Junction, Montchanbu Guyencoart, Granogne, Co*sart. Chadd'a Ford Junction, Pocopson, West Cheater, EmbroevUle, Mortaovtue, Coatee rule. Waynesburg Junction, Bprlngfleld, Joanna. Binlttboro, Hcaillngand Intermediate étalions dally, except Sunday, 7 U) c. Sunday only, 813 a m. For BAG. Junction: Montcbanln; Gnyen rt; Granogue; Coesart; Cbadd's Ford Junc tion ; Pocopeon. West Cheater; Eailiree ville Mortonvlli Coateevtlle; Waynesburg tlon: Bprln, field and Intermediate stations, dally etcec' Sunday, at 4 56 p. m. Sonda, only at 4.00 p. m. For CoatesvllJe, We»t Chester and Inter mediate station», daily except Sunday, at 8 38 a. m. and 5 45 p. m. Train* arrive at Wilmington, (Frew]« street station.) from Beading; Birdsborot Joanna: Springfield; Waynesburg Junctions Coateevtlle: MortonTllle; Kmbreevllle: West Chester: Pocopson: Chadd'a Ford Junction; Coesart; Granogue: Gnrencourt: Mout< hauln; B. & O Junction aud Intermediate dally, except Sanday at 10 34 a. m„548p,m Sunday only at dlipm From Springfield, Wayneebnrg Joncttot* Coateevll le, Mortonvllle, Fm. eevllle, Pn copeon. West Chester.Chad C t ord Junction, Coesart, Grai ogue, Guyen art-MontchanlP B. A O Junction and intermediate station» dally 8 60.O. m. Fi om Coateevtlle, YVest Chester and Inter mediate stations, dally except Sunday, at 7 12 a. m. and 3.13 p. m. A. O. MOCAUSLAND. Superintendent. «OWNERS HKIGGS. Gen'l Pa»« Age* I »lllLADh-LPrti « ND KS . • '«a.U I ROAD "Royal Routs" Hsr wax« Unite a nsi.pu i a an" Atlantic City. Th* Owl» Doublk Track Lins. Schsucls is Erred June 6,18*1. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut street whorl and Soutn stm-t wharf. For Atlantic Citt. Week days—Expreee, a. œ.. 2JW. 4.00 r. m. AcoomiiiodHtfoofl« &00 a. in. and a.no p. n* 8uDdi«y* KxpraM, 9.00 a.m.. AcoomOMit» on, 8 .<n a. m, and 4 30 p. m Return?it-*. leave Atlantic Cltf depot Atlantic aud Ajkanaan avenues. Week aaye —Ezpr*M,7.aO, 9.00,». m., and 4.U)p. m. Acoone* modal loi », nIO a. m. and 4.:<0 p. m. Sunday*-fcxprtsf, 4.ta)p.m. Accoaoxuod» tlon, 7.an a. m., 4Jü p. uu A. A. McLEOD, _ Pm*. andOes. Manacer. a m., and 2.30 p. CUIl Jnno PtatlOL«, 5 C. fi . HANCOCK, tvs-T'. Pmma.*A ct. 09 Snail chasgk can be had at tn* (Ever i .mo Jodïüaj. orfici,