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MURDERED ON THE ROAD.
Dr. J. H. Hill Attacked By Drunken Negroes *nd Stabbed to Death He Wae One of tbe Noel Promising Vouuic Physicians on the Penlnaulo His Faithful Horse Krina« Him Home After tbe Assault — Poola of Blood Along tho Road. One of the most horrible murders that has been recorded on this Peninsula was committed near Millington. Md , on Saturday night, when a prominent oitl xen of that town was assaulted and dl.d In a short time, and the way In which the deed was done shews 1 he perpetrators to be nothing lees than 'fiends. Dr. James H. Hill, a promising young physician of Millington, was the victim. He had been attending a meeting of tbe Cleveland Clnb of Millington, which had been organized in that town with a membership of over 100 Shortly after 10 o'clock he left the club to go eee a patient, James Shaw, who lives on tbe farm of C. S. Hnrlock, near Massey's station, physician started for the place in a road cart, in whioh It was his custom •to drive aronnd among his country patients. The cart was a comfortable one and by means of a backrest, a mau's body whether living, or dead, could be kept in it. rbe young NSOROKB WAYLAID HIM. The dastardlv deed is supposed to ba<e been committed about 10.30 o'clock and the guilty parties are supposed to be a gang of drunken negroes. BROUGHT HI8 MASTER HOME. A singular feature of the affair was that after the deed had beeu committed the horse wandered home, aud the doctor was fonnd in bis carriage by hts wife, about -4 o'clock on Sunday morn lug, in an unconscious condition. There were several bruises on his head and body and his throat was cut clear through to his tongue. There was another knife wound in his neck about two inches long. SEARCH COMMENCED. Immediately after he was found a searching party was organized and his carriage tracks were followed to tbe supposed scene of the murder. At this place the horse had beeu turned around in the road and run up a steep ba-k at the side. Tbe dirt aud stones were scat tered around as if the horse had given the villains a struggle A cuff of the dootor's and several pooMof blood marked this spot. Tbe party then followed tbe track of the horse and carriage to Massey's to a hard ware store where the horse had turned around aud brought his dying master to his home. THE WIFE'S GHASTLY FIND. The doctor's wife had become alarmed at his long absence, and when she heard the carriage come up she weht to the door, and her horror can only be im agined when she saw her bushand braised, bleeding and apparently lifeless laying In his carriage, She summoned aid und her husband, who had Btarted out so full of life in the evening, wasoarrled into tbe house limp and helpless aud Medical aid was with all the medical laid summoned skill. oould not be bronght back to conscious ness. All hopes for hla life had beeu given up, but the hopes of all those present were that he would rally suffi ciently to give some clue to his assail ants. iu bed but he DIED WITHOUT SAYING A WORD. But their hopes were in vain, for at 3.30 in ;tbe afternoon he died without speaking one word. Five physicians were at his bedside at tbe time of his death. Dr. Hill was 31 years old^nd was one " of the most popular mei ■ in the viclnLy in which he lived A Ijwife and baby ^survive him. He was also a prominent member of the M. E. Ohnrch at that town and a Red Man. About two months ago he had his life insured in the Mutual Reserve of New York for $3,000. ALL THR CHURCHES CLOSED. No services were held in the churches all day yesterday, as the excitement over the murder was at fever hext and people from all over tbe surrounding country flocked to Millington and excitement reigned supreme. NO ARRESTS MADE. The state coroner will hold an inquest to day. No arrests have been made, but detectives are now at work aud [some startling develop ments are expected. The whole community is in a furore of excitement over the murder and business is prac tically at a standstill. So many prom inent citzens are compelled to travel the public roads at all bouts of the night, that the affair is looked upon as a public disaster and unless the people become mo.» quiet, the first man placed under arrest will stand a poor chance for life If taken near the town. THE MOTIVE FOR THE CRIME, What motive the fieads had in committing this murder is not known. The young physician had no enemies In the whole county. Many assert, however, that the negroes must havs organized and determinsd to slay the first whits > man who [earns along, oat of revenge for Tom Campbell, who was killed by white men in a bar-room fight ou Christmas eve. since which time the negroes have frequently become turbulent and race riots ha vet beeu threatened. Btevy Took Freneb Leave, Deputy Sheriff Mackey of Elkton. ,Md., is working the midnight P., W. B. trains in the hope ef *Sodiog Mary (Elizabeth Wilson, the negress who took »French leave of Elkton jakl some time ago. She was a prisoner allowed to do bouse work. One day shc-was sent •crab the frowt door steps and left the place unceremoniously. Het ».'Tense was a petty one. No. i Weal Fourth Street, Oraxed Opening. Philip Amboid who recent»7 routed the Hotel Kirkwood, corner Third and 8hlpiey streets, will have bin grand opeuiaj next Thursday evening, April 98. The members ef tbe Delswaro Hien gerbund will be pnesent. A band of masie will be in attendance and extra lunch will be served, to which his many friends and the publie in general arc in vited to participate. Alnamul Association Badge. The Aluranl Association of the Wilmi«^ gtoo Commercial College, lias adopted vni-qne badge. It is of saUd gold, wltk role and quill pen crossed, surmounted by the initials "A A W. C. 0." The deaigu will be placed In the hands of th# engraver next week, by the r mittee, constating, 8. B. rlin, Bessie Clar* Bessie Groves. Roftit Dinners. Upon the earnest solicitation of our nnmerona patrons we have resumed our Roast Dinners. These dinners were suc cessful last season and will donbtleg] be appreciated this season by those who wish an elegant meal at R moderate price without going home to get it. J. L. Haywood. MANY CA SES OF ASSAULT. Pedeatrleas Aiiaaltwd By Rowdlea With out Any Provocation. John Croohenbach and William John son were charged at the Municipal Court this morning with assaulting Henry Turner, colored, on 8atnrday night. Turner testified that while on his way heme from the P., W A B. railroad depot met tfce prisoners at Second and Si. ' streets. Before he could defend him • 'f the men jumped on him and beat him »i'hout say provocation. Officer Masse testified that he saw the men beating r urn*r ai d arrested them. They were eacu fined $lt) and cost or forty days at hard labor. Harvey Jones was charged with as sanlting David Wallace, also colored, on March 12, while standing at Eighth and Buttonwood streets. The charge was sus tained and Jones was fined $10 and costs. William H Harris was charged with assaulting Peter Malr.bot was dismissed, the evidence was not sufficient to hold him, on payment of tha cot-t. William Mitchell was charged with assaulting Marla Bntler. She testified that he threatened to kill her and struck her. He was dismissed, as the evidence could not be corroborated. Paralysis Kills Olsrk Colllson. Edward Colllson, clerk of E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., is dead He died on Satnrdav, the result of an at tack of Inflammatory rheumatism and paralysis. He was 55 leaves a wife and daughter. He was born Bear St. Louis, Mo , and served in the commissary department during the war. He has been connected with the DuPont firm for about twenty years He was highly educated and spoke sevetal languages. He was well-known as a Mason, being a member of DuPont Lodge at DuPont's Banks, Delta Chapter, Royal Arcb Masnns, and St. John's Com mtndery, Knights Templar, of this city His name figured conspicuously in the anonymous letters sent to the DuPont's by Joseph Clark, who Is now in New Castle jail. The funeral will be strictly private. years old, and A Calebrated Dog. The celebrated railway mail servioe dog "Owney" Is at preBeut at Postmaster McCracken's residence, at North East, Md. Thefiog is quite a curiosity and prob ably the best travelled dog In theworld.H« instinctively attaches himself to tbe mail service and has been carried In the mail cars to every part of tbe United States during the past two years He wears a harness that Is strung full of medals of silver, copper, brass, tin, leather, wood, etc., of all shapes and sizes—each bear lug some inscription, presented by parties indifferent sections of thecduntry from Maine to Texas. Tbe authorities of the ralway mail service take special In terest iu him as shown by several fine medals amoDg his collection. A Threat ▼bat Cost Ten Dollar«. Victoria Leoni was before Judge Ball this morning .for threatening an officer. Patrolman Hershock met Leoni at Seventh and DuPont streets yesterday afternoon very drunk. Tbe officer ap proached Leoni and asked him what was tbe matter, Leonl uttered an oath and placed bis hand Id his hip pocket with a threat to blow bis brains ont. Before be coaid withdraw his band from bis pocket, the officer struck the Italian a stunning blow on the head, which felled him and cat his head. He was brought to the station honse, where his wounds were dressed. Leoni was fined $10 and costs. Improvements on the B. A O. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com pany has began work on the deep cat at North Brunch, Md , preparatory to laying a branch track there The cut will be a mile long and.lu maklugit, 100,000 cubic yards of clay will have to be removed The cut Is being made alongside tbe main tracks.The company's yard at South Cumberland is also bninu improved. A new bridge has been bui t at that point. Odd Fellow» at Reading. Lafayette Lodge No. 14, A. F. A. M , went to Reading yesterday over the W. k N. railroad to attend tbe funeral of Robert Ester, a resident of this city, who dropped dead from heart disease while on a visit to bis mother there on Wednes day. The lodge took 130 men, who wore silk hats. They returned home at 8.15 o'clock. The train left Wilmington at 9.15 a, m and reached Reading^ at 11.45 a. ro, They took charge of the body and interred it in the Lutheran Ceme tery. C'Aftrlug Home. The exchanges of tbe Wilmington banks at the clearing house to-day were; Jotal, $168,859.78; balance. $43,145 39. PERSONAL e **• AGRAPMx Mr8, Harry George la visiting her parents in Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomac were in Philadelphia yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gropp spent Sunday in Philadelphia. Harry Southard has beeu visitiug rela tives at Lincoln, Sussex county. Misses 8nsie and Mollie Gil) of Odessa have been visiting relatives in this olty. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scott spent Sun der with their parents near Iron Hill, Md J. W. Ennis and wif* of Houston, Sussex county, have beeu visiting Mrs. Brooks in this city. Mr. And Mrs. Elmet I. Thompson of Wilmington visited their parents Elkton, -Md., on Sunday. MissAJertrude Kemp of NdTristown, Pa , is paying an extended visit to her aunt. Mac. E. I. Thomas, in this city. Edwaad Kane, a former resident of ngton, (In the employ of tbe late Me-dock) now of Philadelphia, was near Wllsnin Judge the guest ef Magistrate Sssse to day. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. The Ninth street railway from Ci urch to Spruce streets is completed. The Wilmington Rod and Gun Club defeated the Kismeusi Gun Club on Saturday afteraoen A number of the members of Troop S, N. G, D , took a .ride in full uniform ok Saturday afternoon. Tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Compxny carried an unusually large num ber of passengers to, Philadelphia yestsr day. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com pany hat begun beaa tifying the plot a the Delaware avenue station with flowers. Tbe members of tbe graduating class ef the Wilmington High School are pre paring their essays for the commence ment to be held on June SÜ A number of Wilmington wheelmen will take a ran to Philadelphia to-mor row. They will leave here at 9 a. m. and expect to be back by 5 p. m. Milk. Milk. The place to get one quart or fifty quarts of milk is at Porter's, corner Seventh tlon guaranteed or money refunded. De j^llvorod or sold at (tore, Telephone 641, and Madison streets. Satisfac WYL1E HA8 % HEARING. Held for » Further Hetrlnf (or Robbins ft Hftt end Mnale »tore. William Wylie, who was captured la Chester ou Sa'urday for robbing the stores of Charles E. Dubell aud Samuel Pisor on Fe'oruary 28, was >rraigned that charge at the Municipal Court this morning, and was held In (500 ball unt'l to morrow morning for a further hearing. The police suspected Wylie as being one of the thieves, as at the time of the robbery be was Been with a banjo In his possession which was afterward found to one whioh was stolen from Plsor's store. White's mother lives on Orange street, above Fifth, and they found a number of musloal lnstrumeuts which were takeu from the store. About four weeks ago he left Wil mlugton and secured work In the Chester Pipe Works. While he was on bis way to work on Saturday the detectives ap proached him and put him under arrest. He was taken to the police station at that city and consented to re tnrn here without a requisition. Wylie protests his innocence of the robbery, but acknowledges that he was here wheu the robbery was committed. IN THE JURY'* HANDS It and all the are The Judge Delivers U Charge in the Richardson Burglary Case. Spécial Correspondence Evening Journal. Dover, April 25 —The Richardson occuplrd all the day Sa.'urday, and trlal at 1 o'clock the jury was discharged until this mornlDg, when tbe judge charged the jnry. Word was received here yesterday morning by telegraph of the death of Mrs. Butler, one of Dover's most re spectable and accomplished .residente, In Philadelphia. She left here only a few days ago in her usual health to visit her children in that ctfy. Owing to the illness of Rev J. F. Stonecipher yesterday there was no preaching In tbe Presbyterian Church. Saturday last several disorderly colored women were arrested aud committed to jail to await a hearing this morning after trial they wete agaiu committed to jail for several days. Professor Penney of the Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station, will address a public meeting at Camden on Saturday next on, "Milk aud Cream." Dr. Murray, pastor of the M.E.Church of this town will leave next Thursday for Omaha, Heettion Conference to be held In that city next week. He has made ample provlsisn for his pulpit during his absence. Neb. to attend of the Qeneral the Y. m c,;a. No-®«. The Y M C. A. members now have a foar oared gig. They will bring It Into active service dnring tbe coming season. Class work wilj be discontinued after April 30. The stimmet will be devoted to outdoor sports. The association received $395 In cash subscriptions during the first two weeks of April. An attempt will be made to give air exhibition of indoor football In Institute Hall as soon as arrangements can be made. Thursday evening Professor Berlin of tbe Boys'High School will give ascieu tide practical talk In Association Hall. Physical Dirtctor William E Hoffman will deliver a free practical talk on "Physical Culture" Id Ass «elation Hall to-morrow evening. The talk will con tain short sketches of Greek, Raman, Persia and Jewish athletics, tbe growth and progress of)phyalcal culture In many, Englandand America. After the talk there will be a meet ing of the athletic department. (**•] Stopped by a Piece of Tin. The locomotive attached to tbe Royal Blue train over tbe B. & O. railroad dne in this city at 5 88 p m. was nearly derailed at Penusylvaula avenue yester terday afternoon. The train was inn nlug at the rate of twenty miles an hour and wheu, at that crossing, a large piece of tin was discovered on the track. The tin became eutaugled iu the big drlrlug wheels aud had It Uut been removed, the engine would have been derailed Tbe train was brought to a stop and. the tin was taken off. .The train then proceeded to Philadelphia a few minutes behind time. _ Smothered to Death. Harry W. Smith, a 6-month's old child, was smothered to death yesterday In Stanton. The mother of; tbe child left it lying In bed and went down stairs to attend to some work . In the coarse of an hoar and a half she weut back and found the child lying ou Its face. She picked the babe up aud fouxd It lifeless. A doctor was sent for but h3 could do nothing. A certificate of accidental death was given by Coroner 8parks. To Remove to Ibe South Fide. The George W. Buah and Sons Lumber Company h a purchased from tbe Lobdell Car Wheel Company eleven acres of laud on the south side of the Christiana Tbe company will have 700 feet of water front öd the new site. Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio aud Wilmington and Northern railroad facilities. It will also havs The Baiaar Wilt Not Open To-night. Owing to the extensive preparations which are belug Hall will not open this evening. It is hoped that all arrangements can be made by to morrow so that the bazaar can open in the evening. made in Institute to-day the Warren Bazaar An Active Ladles' Aid. ■The' Ladies' Aid of Trinity P. E. Church will give a sapper at the pari rh building on Thursday evening. May 5 The proceeds will be devoted to the rectory fund. The Shields Building Contract. J. W. Jacobs of Jokanna, Pa., secured the contract for erecting the Shields Library Building. His bid was $8.055 The aseociktlou will formally award the contract to-night. Ceavy Rains Cansea Cave-In Last week's heavy rain storm caused Shipley -run to be very high dnri.ig the storm. The run at Reed street was caved in with little damage The break will be repaired in a few days. Tbs 8sn Hampshire I« Mow Fork, The steamship New Hampshire arrived Ir .New York at 7 30 o'clock yesterday morning Tbe trip was made without gay .mishaps. Tub EQUITABLE Life Assurance N*J IETY of the United States. January 1, 1893. $130,198,518 109,905,587 * 30,292.981 $39,054,944 $233,118,881 $804,894.557 Anson A. Maher. Manager, Wilmington, Del. Assets Liabilities Surplus Income New Bnsiness ) written in 1891 f Assuranoe in force ! THE READING COMBINE. How It Has Already Affected the Country. THOUSANDS OF MEN ON HALF TIME. In IIpIIpipJ That the Clreat Coal Njrn [n About to Advance Prices* 2ft ineylvftulft Railroad'* lißlit \gittii-t II* IU\al. diente Per Cent.—Effect of the IN Nxw York. April 25.—The Herald says: When tho clever gentlemen of Philadelphia New York devised and carried ont the Reading deal they laid a heavy hand upon the industrial and material interests east. The results of *d»-tr performance jnst beginning to appear The rambi tiation has been in active existence three weeks. In the great Lehigh Valley coal region it has throwu (iO.OOii men out of their employment half of the time. In tho flourishing cities of the lower valley it has deprived 2,000 workmen of half of their em ployment and saved from their wages •75,000. An Advance In Price Certain. Its restriction of the coal product is a sure forerunner of the raining advance of coal prices, which is to iucrease the cost of man ufacturiug in all the eastern states, the price of manufactures for the whole coun and the cost of living for the people New York. The only cause for all tills dis turbance of bnsinesa and misfortune to tbe people, Tbe Herald says, is an attempt make an unprofitable railroad pay excessive dividends for two other railroads which has no right to possess. At Packcrton, which is tbe first station below Muui-h Chunk, tbe Lehigh Valley sorts and makes up all its coal trains from the various brnncee iu the moantains the yards and the repair shops are 500 em ployees, who formerly received about ♦5,(XX) week. Now they are reoeivitig only 12,500. At Delano are 300 repair shop bauds who formerly received *2,000 a week. Now they are receiving $1,000. At Weatherly there are 400 shop hands, whose $4,000 a week been cut to $2,000. At Wilkesbarre there are 250 shop bauds, whose $2,500 a week been cut to $1,250. At Hazleton there 300 shop hands, whose $3,000 lias been to $1,500. At Mahanny City there are shop bands, whose $2,000 a week has been cut to $1,000. At Sayre there are 400 shop bands, whose $4,000 has bran cut to $2,000 Total number of shop hands und train shifters on the Lehigh Valley system thrown out of work half tbe time. 2,1(50. Total weekly reduction of expenses on this item alone about $21,000. This has been going on three weeks. Total saving affected ou this item, $00,000. Adding what lias been saved from train hands, bridge builders and materials makes, say, $75,000. But take $75,000 every three weeks tbe busmens of the cities along the valley largely dependent u)ion tbe railroads railroad men, and It is no wonder that people are alarmed. From one end of valley to the other there are feelings of may and disgust. In the mining towns, where every kind of trade hangs absolutely upon miners' wages, the result of a 50 oent. reduction in thorn wages is simply paralysis. tVliat the KUe May Be. 7 Coal is about ten cent« a ton higher a year ago on an average, taking in grades. This is not enough to pay the bination for its trouble. It would lie $600,(1(10 on a total output of 50,000,000, $275,000 for tbe combination. The general belief is that the advance will be twenty-five cent« when made. That would mean creased receipts on every ton of coal and sold over 1MU1 of thirty-five cents u An increase like that would mean a fortune every month. Let ua consider that the put for May will be restricted 2,500,000 Of this the "combine" considers itself titled to mine and sell 1,875,000 tons. If price daring May is advanced twenty-five cent« theu the increased revenue of the combine aud the operators it controls amount to $046,250. The only obstacle in the way, so far the local trade can see, is the uttitude of Pennsylvania in making the reduction freight a week ago. To Make Coal Ncarre. One of the largest middlemen, in ing of the situation, sakl: "I do not whether-or not the Pennsylvania can vent the advance in the price of raei. they do, it is ouly to hurt the combine the present, left out ofRt As soon as they are in a position to terms we will see them accept the then every thing will be at peace, and the companies will divide the profits. that is far in the future. Now, you that the favorite way of the combine keep up prices will be to make coal scarce. "They will simply stop mining all through the anthracite region in order to production. Of course the 7 per oent. output which has been allowed the sylvania is not enough to seriously the market even if sold lower than combina tion coal is sold, but it is not likely it be sold lower. But if the mine« which the Pennsylvania reaches continue on time while the combination mines are down so as to largely increase the Pennsyl vania percentage, that would stir things nnd keep the combination just where Pennsylvania« recent cut in freight tolls ceutly threw it." Tbe Herald says that when the owners the unprofitable Philadelphia and Reading railroad got possession of the Lehigh and the Central of New Jersey they anteed large dividends on the stocks of consolidated lines. To secure tbe for these dividends, to say nothing of interest on bonded debts and other matters, it is necessary that the three roads be to earn very much more than they earned heretofore, hence the cut down time at various shops and mines and limitation of tbe coal output. Tbe Herald says that the next step be to lay tbe whole country under increase the cost of manufacturing therefore the prioeof manufactures aud to the expenses of every household lu eastern states. The depressing fact all this is that it can serve no other end the enrichment of a few men already beyond the possible reach of want. The Pennsylvania has he deal. They want to get in Thirty French Soldiers Drowned. Paris, April 35.—The sloop Messageries Fluvales, used a« u troop transport, gone down in the Clairhut- river, Tonqnin. Thirty French soldiers and the captain drowned. The sloop was unseaworthy had been condemned. Won »SOO with HU Feel. Nxw York. April 35.—Barber W. Koerblein, of 10 Beekman street, from the City hall to Coney Island, miles, in one hour and fifty-nine and won bets amounting to $800. Salvation far the M ease» A largely-attended meeting of Ministerial Union of this elty was in Aesoelatiin Hall this morniDg. tople methods to be employed for reaching masses of Wilmington wts ably handled by Revs J. 8. Isaac Jewell. O G Bnddington, Otis, J. D. C. Hanna a vary interesting oue. gome plea Introduced soon for the pose of boldiaga meeting that will out the lines laid down in the discussion Next month Dr, *H, Ç. Cook, a discuss-d the was The The meeting There will clergyman, will read a paper on the rela tion of the Methodist Church to the colored people. EDEN LODG IN tiVI L OSD. Odd fellow» To Celebrate Thel* Seventy ■ Ith Anniversary By a Parade and Jubilee. Tha founding of the Order of Odd Fellows will be celebrated to morrow In Milford. Eden Lodge of this city city will leave here at ? 30 o'clock on a special train. They will gn;i50 trong, and will ba accompanied bylthe Kir et Regiment Band. The members of Elen Lodge will be dressed as follows : High silk hats, black suitB, white ties, drab gloves and will carry canes. Tha large and expens lve banners of the lodge will be taken along Oq either aide of the train will be placed a large banner containing the words, "Eden Lodge, No 84. I. O. O F., of Wilmington, Delaware." At 8 o'clock In the afternoon there will be special public exercises, and addresses will be made by prominent men. Iu the evening degrees will be con ferreJ, and Eden Lodge will be a special fignie In this work. Extra trains will be run from Milford, leaving at 11 p in., to take those who come from Lewes sud Georgetown to their homes, sud the extra train will tea *e Mllferd at midnight to carry all who come from points north to their homes. _ A DISHONEST WASHERWOMAN. of to it Llatle ilrlfllth Missis s Ijatntllr of IJneu But Is Ueught. Lizzie Qrlflith was arrested by Sergeant Wlgglesworth this afternoon for larceny. IVztle Urea at tbs foot, of Loouat street, and has beeu employed at the Delaware Hospital aud by Mrs Tat nail, who re aides 011 Broome street as a Unndreas, At both places goods bave been etolen and Llzxle was auspseted At Mrs Tut nail's taoua« a number of atlver spoons, pitchers and napkins, aud many other an Idea were missed. Wheu smsted this morning tbe bouse was searched and a number of fine table cloths aud napkins were found along with the silver spoons and all of the stolen articles The names bad been stamped on all the linen good« end Mzzie had smeared them over with Ink. She had a trunk packed with the goods ready to depart for Philadelphia to morrow. Lizzie denies tbe theft and savs the articles were given to her. 8ihe will have a hearing at the Municipal Court to ulght. _ In has has are cut 200 und tbe tbe dis per A Craxy Man 011 a flainpag« Word was received at «he police station this afternoon from Edge Moor that an unknown crazy man was at large at that town. Tbe telegram stated that the man carried a heavy club aud had beaten a nnmter of people who bad tried to bold him Detectives Jones and Vandegrlft aud Officer Lucas left on tbe 2 25 train for that place and will pnt an end to hla rampage, Naomi Lada® Rnt®rl«lnm®n(. Naomi Lodge, Auclent Order of Good Ladles, which meets at Fourth and King streets, will give an intrrestlng literary entertainment next Thursday evening. The entertain ment will only be open to the member ship. This woman's lodge la uow Iu a prospérons condition. than all com but or in mined ton. out tons. en the coal will as the in LEMON KUXIK. Pleasant, Ktlageut,! Reliable. 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Ga bran it. IT WILL PAY Impeding purchasers of BICYCLES To call and see the stock of Pyle Cycle Co 807 MARKET ST. Quadrants, Phoenix, Moffai, Belmont, etc., etc. KOSMOS CLUB PURE Rye Whiskey has were and Fully ten years old and made from selected Pennsylvania Rye. $16.00 Per Case. $1.50 Foil Quart BotOe Wm. G. R0BELEN B. walked twelve AGENT. ID8 Wes! Seventh Sheet the held the Trotter, J. P. pur follow colored Tha best ~V Jttr A i topic AOJuaTuetr I'LUH was be J. ♦»., Corner Fifth and Market Street» Wilmington, Del. ■ t 7 < 7*. àfàêt. ?, A ' v 1 / 5s & I GlYE TIMtS, And will sell you goods can bo found anywhere, a large line of Furniture, llahy Carriages Carpet«, Clocks, Oil Cloth«, Picture«, Hangiug Lamps, Ktanillng Lamp«, Window Shades, etc. as low a* We keep Uedding. Stoves, A FEW OF OUR PRI0E8. Hair Cloth Parlor Butts, • $80.00 up Solid Oak Cl.amb. Suits. 8 pieces, 15 00 up Solid Oak " Bedsteads, Bed Spring«, Lounges, Conches, Baby Carriages, Brussel» Carpet, per yard, Ingrain Carpet, p«r yard. Floor Oil Cloth, per yard, Remember there la 5 per oent. off them prioes if yon pay cash. All goods marked Iu plain figures and oue price only. " 8 pieces, 20.00 up • 8.00 up 125 up • 4.50 up • • 7 00 up • 6 00 up .65 up .25 up .25 up 8. E. Cor. 2d and Orange 8ts. Open Tuesday and Natnrday Evenings. NWNEY TO LOAN. .1. 11. C. GOKKELL, REAL ESTATE ACENT, AT NO. 4 WEHT (SEVENTH STREET, Has $30,000 at 5 per cent, to loan on Mortgugea in sums to suit. Also has houses for tale and rent. T FRANCIS KELLY & CD MOLE PROPH1ETOHFIOFTTUE ORAIGB GROYE and BEAYER YALLÜ PORE RYE YSH1SE1E Choice Cologne Spirits 103 Mtrke* and 102 8hlpley 8? W! LM ING TOV.*DF* . LICKN4K APPLICATION«. N OTICE.-1 ' JAMES L. DICKINSON. the owner and occupantot the honse situated at Tnwusend. In Bcbool Districts No. 81 and 8>H. county of New Delaware, in compliance with the re quirements of the acts of the General osnembly in !»ucb rase made and provided, hereby Juive notice that I shall apply writing to tbe Court of General Meeslon» of tbe Peace and Jail Delivery q t li* State of Delaware, In and for New CaR tle county, on Monday, the tub day of May. 1«»2, belli« the next term of said court, tore linens« I for said bouse as an inn or tsvern, for the sale therein of Intoxicating liquors In less quantities than one qua't, to be drunk on the premise«, and the following re spectable citizen« and substantial freeholders *>f said school districts, recommend the s,ld application, vis: 'm E. Duliadnway E H Phillips W. T. Webster H. Townsend W. E Graves .1. Henry H»u«on William J. Hrattou C. K. Mchnaika Appoqulnlmlnk hundred, Castle and Htate of iln ii. John D. H tratlin? Jams« H. Garton S. Tvson Reuben Warren William 1. Bramble .lohn M. Ritteubouse Charles H. Todd JAMKB L. DICKINSON N m OTH'E.-I. HENRY W. MASSE. THF. tenant and <s>cui>aut of the bouse »nu tated at No 17 East the Second ward In tbe city of county of New < astie and Delaware, in compliance of the act* y In Buck cane hereby tgive notice See'inil »tree W II mlnirton, State of with tbe requirements of the General Assenrbl made and provided, do that I «hall apply in writing to the Cou-, t General Sessions of tbe Peace and Jail De livery of the State of Delaware, In and for Newcastle county,on Monday, the Pth day of May, 13*2, hein» the next term of said rmirt, fur a license for said bouse a« an Inn tavern, for the sale therein of Intxxlcatlng liquors lu lets quantities than one quart, to drank on tbe premise . and the following re spectable citizens r f said ward.at least twelve of whom are substantial freeholder» of »aid want, recommend the «aid application; viz: Jacob Scheller Chas. A Bourdon Samuel Miller A. W. Randolph Samuel C. Reed James B Irwin C. M Jordan John M k J, Hlrzel John H icnael Rafferty George Devallluger Henry Feldmeier Depuis Conner Chas B. Doagherty Ch»e. H. F. Gross Samuel Hochheimer John B. Dunbar John A. North John Tutljr Rotiert Rapyon Harvey Smith HENRY W. SASSE. later Gotchmer John H Hubert N.Jenney Kdwin Melcholr Michael Grady VrOTICE -I. F. A. STURGEON, THE ii tenant and occupant ot the house situated at Newport, in Mchool districts Nos. it and »7, Christiana hundred, county New Castle and Htate of Delaware, In oimpllance with (he requirements of tbe acts of the General Assembly such case made and previded, do hereby give noi Ice that I shall apply tn writing to Court of General Meesions of the Peace and Jsil delivery of the FLate of Delaware, In and for New Cas'le County, on Monday, the dav ot May, 1892, being the next term of said court, for s license for said house as an inn tavern, for the sale therein of Intoxicating liquors In lees quantities than one quart, lo drank on the premises, and the following spectable .citizen» and substantial r ree ll ildcrs of said school district recommend seid application, viz: Robert Miudsll Pamuel KlUgore Joe. L Btrratt H. B Miller George Frederick William Rlockson Will. Lewie Duff Jos R. Barratt H. C Durham James Mludall Jacob B. Hr) att C J Volk Hugh M. Garrett John W. Snltcher. F A. STURGEON. N otice - i. thomam toy. thk owner and occupant of the home known a« the "William Pstn Hotel." situ ated at Brendywlne Hank*.in School Dlstrlc Nob. and 75. Christiana hundred, county New Castle and State of Delaware, In compliance w th the requirement« ot the acte of the General Assembly »u h case made and provided, do hereby give notice that I »hall apply in writing to court of General 8er«ion» of the Peace Jail Delivery of tue state of Delaware, In for New ('astie county, on Monday, the day of May. I«-«, being the next term of court, fora llcen »for aaid home a» an inn tavern, for the «ale therein of Intoxicating liquors tn le«» quantities th in one quart, be drunk on the premise«, and the following respectable citizen« and substantial holders, of said school districts recommend ¥ 1 h*o."j d *^'Sf 0n - ^HLlamF Flanigan John I>ouj(h»rty Thom»« I. Donahoe N. J. Tor J. H. Lynch Wm. Kirkwood Jhixim J. Harkins John Reed James Kirk Richard I Rowe John McKenna John L. tioubel James McClafTertr THOMAS TOY. > i HM1.K04DH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. STANDARD RAILWAY OF AMERICA protect*«! throughout b» th« Ur lock I u g H witch And Block System. H I LADfcLFHLfr. rr aiaJ4I*NQTON HALT.'MflRK RAILROAD A rrll 85. 1-5«. Iraiun will leave Wilmington an M.-.uwis Philadelphia (esprees), 1 55. 2*5. 4 a*. s', ,, 50. 4 90, you, v 41, in 05. WW H * 1 , Dai. 1151 »18.1». 13' »I* 5 04 5 10, » 17, 5 Wt, St a 7 06 7 18 and » «MR (k ' signal 4NU 4f, iu. At 4 4»inuatflALUm. 0 (I , 6 M, 7 Ub, 8 l£, it) 4ft ft m 38. 8 85, 3 45.4 SO. 6 ~7 «Tand 10 41) p^ For Chester lea preaa) I 65, 4 80, 5 30, - 45 . 50, S 50.» On, » 4' HU*. 11 si. 11 Hi am.. SIM 5 A 0S, 7 18 and »18 pm. Accommodation, a 00, 8 55, 7 06, 8 U, 1 6 . a m, I1S8.» *5, 3 45.4 86 . 6 ». « 40 , T 4U and an ps. New York. 1 55, 8 60, 4 80, « 86,8 65, 186 , 11 ) 1 «, 1161 a m. 118 1 ». 18 38, 18». 145 . 10,6 17, » M, *6 tl. 7 0*. 7 18.« 12, and 16 « ,. rn! For Boston, without change, 10.18 a. m. and 58 p d. For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8 80 and «8 a in. 8 85 and 3 46 p m. For Newark (Centre) and lu terme "ate stations, 7 40 a m, 12 30 and 8113 p nr Baltimore and Intermediate stations 10 li in, 12 1 8, 2 17, 4 45 and 8 04pm and 12 13 night. Baltimore and Hay Line, 6 23 p d Baltimore and Washington. 4 0 8.31, ».II, 1016. and 1100 a m. 12 08, 41 16, 2 08. ».34 2a « 8 . 1 3,6 58 7 40. 8 20 p m and 12 4» night Trains for Delaware Division leave . , New Castle, 8 15 11.21 am,» 50, » 50.4 40.6 It, 8.53. » 50 p m. and 12 08 night. Fur Lewes, 8.15 a. m,4 07 p, m. Barrington. Deltnar. and wav «ration*. 8 18 m llsrrlngton and way stations, 350 p m. Eipreas for Dover. Harnngtocano M u«, 18 a ni. 4 37 p in. and 12 01 night Eiprevt for Wj-imlng and Hmyrns.6 53 p m. Ki press for Cape Charles, Ulti rmm fort, and Norfolk, 1118 a m and 12 61 n)«t l ulladeipnla, Hroad street- tot. Wit mlngton, (express) 350, 7 80,7 17, 8 31, 8 10 I« 30, 33, II 18. a m. 412 35. 1 30.1 (13. 8 01, 3 46. 3 53, «01,4*1, 618 ♦5 17, 5 80.6 6». 8 IT, 8.57.» 4«. >1 6 80. p m *1 ir'3 night. ocommodatiun, 0 so, 7 4», In 38, "66 « m , 2 28, 3 10. 4 0», 4 40. 6 32. 8 38.1(1 3 > • 0 and 1 tu* l«wt liaspir. SUNDAY TRAINS. For rhllailtilphla (express), III, *).» HO, 11 51.a ui. 13», 3 05, 6 04, 6 10, 06. 7 28 and » 1« AcrammiMlatnm, 7 00, 806, am, IB If. 1 45 06, 5 30 and III 30 p in. » or Cheater (»«ores«). 1 55. 4 20, H 81*. ) 00 , 61 a u . 5 04, 5 58. 7 06 anil » 13 p 11 ). Accommodation, 7 00, » 06, a m. 12 10 14* 11.6. 5 80,7 35 and 10 30 p in. For Now York (exprtws), 1 as. 2 55. 4 », 7 CO B.M. 1161 am. 12.10. 1.38,8 05 4 05. 6 56. 6 06, 5 ' 1 , T 08 anil 10.3 • p m. Fur Boston, without change, 6 66 p in. For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8 05 a m, ami 6 P> p in. For New Oaatle, « 50 p m and 12 06 night. For rai>e Oharlae, Old Point Oomrort and Norfolk. 12 01 night. For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wyoming, Felton, Harrington. NrlngevUlu, Hear ora, lAnrel anil Deltnar, U 01 night. Knlttmore and Washington, 4 ft, 12 06, 5 El, *6 08, 7 40, 8 80 Sign. Baltimore, only 6 08 p m and 1218 night. I stave Philadelphia, Broad street, for Wll. mlngton (expreee), 8 !-o, 1 20 , 8 10 , 1118 a m, 5 08.867, 7 40, 8 35.1118.11 80 pm. and 12(3 night. Acnormuodatlou, 8 06, 10 38, 06, ü 10, 8 38, 11) 03 and 11 88 p m. For further Information paaeengen. » terreil to the ticket office at the station (•) Congressional Limite-* Km n as trains .imimaed entirely of Ihillmau Vestibule Par lor «nd Dining Care. (•> Limited Express trains, Pullman Vestibule Parlor Cars Passenger Coachs« and Dining Oar CHAB. K, PUGH. General Manager 2 .lit. 410 5 5 *. 8 08, » m. 4 < 8,8 01. in 18 a l> m and 12 4» ** * „ du. a loosed of Vesilbule J. H. WOOD. Men. Pan Aires«» 1 ■' n A ^BALTIMORE 48H0 h RAIIROAO. m. % Mohednle In »Ber t November 16. ISU1. TRAIN« LEAVE DELAWARE A V. DEPOT EAHT BOUND m re« I : rAlr.r. KIRK, week days, *808, *7 17 N 40 •1(1 38 a m. *13 34 »3 50, »5 ffl, *7 3» p m EW YORK, Mundai s, *8 08, »7 17. • m. «12 34, 25i, »5 IB, «7» pm. BOHTON.'fi 3H,ii.in ilally.wllU Pullman i-aSst Bleeping cars running through to Boston . 1 1 th on! change via l'nnghkeeii«r« bridge, landing passengers In H. A M station, Bosto 1*111 LABELPI11A, week days. 8 » 0. 6 45, *7 17. *7 40, 7 80, *8 50. « on, •# Ml H) ( I, •III 86 , *11 53 a. m.: »12 24, 1 00, *3 ho, 8 of. « 10. 6 05 *5 38. 6 46, •7.3», 8 30, 10 00. *10 56 D m PHILADELPHIA, Mondays. *808,6 « «7 17, 750, »05. *10 86 , 11 40 a. m.t *12 84. lot. *3 60, 8 06, 4 10, 6 05. >6 88 , 8 «5, *7 8 », 8 80. til *4. • Cl H p m UHKMTEH, week days, »3 08, 8 . 00 , « M »7 17, •7 40. 7 80, »8 60. » U0, •» 60, 10 00. »10 36. *11 iljk. 100.*3 10, 3 06. 410. 6 0* *6 38, 646. >7 8 $, 8 30, 10 Uo, *10 6 o p. m. CHEHTEK, Mundays, •8 08, 0 46, *7 17, 7 60, » 1 ) 6 . *10 an, 11 «*) a. m.: 1 00 , *180, 8 08.4 10, 5 (It, •5 3S, 6 45, *7 8 ». 8 30, 111 (XI, »10 55 p. m Atlantic City, week days, *717 am, •8 6 o p m Mondays, *7 17, am, *J 5Ö p m, WEBT BOUND. BALTIMORE AND WAHHINGTON.N 54, 7 02, *8 «7. »1008 a. m.; »12 ID. *2.0* S Bo, •« 40, *0 24 *7 57 p .m. daily . BALTIMORE aud Way f 55 p in. dally. Baltimoie and principal stations on Phlls-r delphla Division, )0 06 a. m„ dally NEWARK, DK.I-, »4 54. 7 03. *8 «7, »10 06 a m. •12 lu,2 66 , *4 40, *6 24.7 36, *7 *7.11 10 p m dally, PlTTHBUKti *8 47, a. in., *4.40 p. in. daily. CHICAGO *8 47 a. m„ *4 40 p. CINCINNATI AND Mt. LOUIS. m.- i '7 57 p. ro. l-oth dally. BlNUBRLV ACCOMMODATION. : 55, 7 35 and 11.1(1 p m., dally. LANDENREUO ACCOMMODATE: weak days, 7 IS, II IS, a. rn. 2 65 and 4 66 p ta. sag* days « 3(1 a. m. aud 4 40 p. m. TRAINS LEAVE MARKET MT. STATION. Fur Philadelphia week daya. 8 86,6 '*-7 $L •8 3 , *«33, *11 38, a m.; 12 42, 2 46. 3 86 . »4» D n*. Sundays, 0 30 a mi 12 42, 2 46. 3 56. » 41 P For Baltimore, week days, 6 . 35 , <160 *8 38, '•«33, Ml 86 a. in., 3 45, p m. Banda?, 6 30 and • 26 a m, Baltimore and prlnolpal stations un Phila delphia D "Islon. « 38 a. m„ dally, except Banda- Mandai ». » 25 a tu. Fo —andenuerg and way «tattoos, seek days, 6 60, 10 Ml, a. m; 2 « 6 , 6 IX) n m. ean »26am; 600 p m. cago, ami Plttsbnrg *8.25 a in, dally, sxreri Sunday; *3,'A p. m„ dally. Cincinnati and Ht. Louis. *n.*t, a. on. tally except Sunday LV. PHILADELPHIA FOR WTLM.NGTOH Week-days, *4.16, 8 00, 7 86 , *816 8 40 •» M, 1000, Ml 35 a. m.. 13 00 noon.M 48.1 60. 8 00, M2», •405 4 80, •* *5,4 80. H 51, 8 80, *7 22, 310. LOU. and 11.30 p. m. Sunday, *4 15. *00, *8 16, 880 •9 33, U00. •1135a m.,12 00 , noon, 160,8 00, *4 05, 4 30. *»»L 8 30, M 22 , 810,1010 and 1130 p. m. Telephone, No. 193. Rates to Western points lower than via any other line, C. O. SCULL, Uen.l Pass. Agent. J. T. ODELL. Oen eralManag ar._ AND READING KAIL Routs" Rxtwskn Phil M ft N : *■ •I. Btatlona.7 00 a m. ui.. dolly» •uio a. a 7 r 2 a m. ils PHILADELPHIA I ROAD "Royal ADRLPHIA AMI) ATLANTIC OlTy, Th a OMLT Li»«. Bcbbouli in Erraco Doum.it Tkach June 8,1891. . ATLANTIC CITY BIVI8ION. Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut street wharf and Month «irret wharf Fob Atlantic City. Week day»—Kxprees, m. Accommodation», s. Sundays—Express, 8.00 s.m.. tlon. 8.0(1 a. m. and 4.30 p. m Returning. leave Atlantic City depot Atlantic and Arkansas avenue«. Week day* —Kxprees,7*10, ».00, a. m.. and 4.00p. m. Accom modation, «10 a. m. and 4 30 p.m. Sundays -Expreee, 4.00 p m. Accommoda* tlon, 7. IS) a. m , 4 JO p. m. A. A. McLEOD, C. O. HANCOCK, Pres and Gen Manager Gen. Ps«»,*A«*. ».DO. ». at., 2.1)0, 4.00 p, ms.m. aud 6 30 p. ns. PHILADELPHIA STEAMBOATS. Commencing THURSDAY. MARCH 84. 1893. STEAMERS CITY of CHESTER • • AMD BRANDYWINE. Fast Pa-senger and Freight, Dally, Sun day Included. Leave Wilmington, Fourth street wharf at 7JI'> and 10.:I1 a m. aàd 1 and 4 15 p. m Ixiave Philadelphia, Che*i nut street wharf, at7.30 and 10.15a.m. and 1.30 and 4 p m. All boats stop Doth wars at Chester. . .. ... », _ ... _ A $2,000 pOllCy With $10 / Indamnlt,* nnofe 99 WBeKiy indemnity COStS nep month in U S. Mtltnal IBUHin IU u a. MUIOU ACeidfiDt ASSOCl&tlHIl Of N. Y. Mamhawotvln M 6 m Dora Dip, LoSSftS Paid, _ InSUP. in lOP06$ $2o5»302 f l50.00 MECHANICS! Accidents W|H Happen. - 58.518 $2,553,799-49 TH08. F. HANLON, Omral kg t, MO. 9 F. HKVINTU ST D ML. Agent» Wasted la Feoteriee. ' Villa aad ftfcop«.