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She Must Pay for Imprisoning Nicolo Milo. THE OASE IS BEFORE THE SENATE King Hvmhfrt'i Government Will It, A.ked to Explain Why no America* Citlaen Whu So Hxnhly Treated o, Italian Soli—New, from the Capital. Washington, May 3 — Nicolo Milo, a nat nralixed citiaen of the United States. i> likely to become a national celebrity and his cane ie calculated not to improve the present strained relations between thi* country and Italy growing out of the New Orleans affair. Milo came from Italy tc New York when about ten year» old and resided there continuously until he war tweuty-uine years of age, having mean while been admitted to United States citi ■ensbip. On his return to Italy he was ar rested and confined in an underground cell of a military prison and afterward forced to serve in the Italian army, although he ex hibited bis certificate of naturalization and appealed to tbo civil and military authori ties of tbo Italian government as a United States citizen for immunity and protection. Holy Mus« Settle Up Now. Senator Mandorson has introduced a joint resolution setting forth the facts in the case as transmitted to congress in a message from tbe president requesting tbe prnsi dent to toko amicable measures to obtain from the Italian government a soluble in Asninity for the tajurira inflicted on Milo and satisfactory assurant that citizens ot the United .States visiting Italy for proper purposes shall not hereafter be imprisoned or pressed into the army of Italy for failure to porform military service, which was not due. and could not have been performed at the nme of their original immigration from that country Id'a Pair Money DUnlpatrd. Mr Vest, of Missouri, presented a peti tion which be characterized as a blackmail tag one. it stated that the signers would vote against any congressman who failed to vote for shotting np tbe World's fair on Sundays. Ho stated that a more important question was what had Chicago done with tin 95.OnO.QIIO which Chicago had received and squandered. He said the committee found that of the 95,000,000 expended by the city of Chicago 900,000 had been expended for tbe location of the fair. He wanted to know why this expenditnrehad been mode, and who got the money j Mr. ( all, of Florida, offered a remarkable financial resolution, which provided that ' a special committee of nine slioud be ap- ' pointed to consider and report some legtsla toon to accomplish these three important noiuts I Ftrst To rehevc the scarcity of money ' among farmers; U. reduce the rate ot Interest [ and t„ »naMe them to obtain money upon the «ruiily of tixiir Itunta and crop* Bacond To OMtabhah Mime depository, nub tewury or banking pyidoni in which, by the t, money tthoald be kept within the rearh of every community, lu mima •ufh'-ient for their need», to be loaned to them at low rater, of intereat Third To devine nome system by which the Wi « ■ ! perpetual flow of money to the renter* of <x>m ' ■erv could be limited end restrained, so ««to | •nable a euffWdent warn of money for the needs ef the people of all «Action» of the country to be kept la their respective communities. I ror Free Blsdlng Twine. I ... «. .. 7 , .1 V. ASH1NOTON. May 3 — Several important hills were passed by tbe honse under sue- | pension of tbe rules, incladiug the bill to plui-e binding twine ot the free list, which was called up by Mr Bryan, of Nebraska, | who rather surprised the Republicans by bringing tbe bill before the bouse in this wav Among the other measures passed were: A bill to encourage American ship building, wbich aothorizes a register to ! I I I aid of the govern I vessels of the United States to such foreign built steamships of 9,010 tons and over sail ing in on established line from a ]>ort with the United State«, of which not less than «0 per cent, of the foreign capital was owned , by citizens of the United States; granting a J pension of eight dollars a month to the anr vivors of the Block Hewk, Creek, Cherokee . and Seminole wars, to ratify and confirm on agreement with the Indians residing on the 1 Colville reservation in the state of Wash ' tagten . appropriating 9150,000 to carry out I the stipulations regarding the Behring sea ' treat y appropriating 9100,000 to establish a ' military post at or near Helena; to provide for the permanent preeervation and custody of the records of the volunteer armies and authorising the president tu appoint a proper person as chief of the record and pension division with the rank of colonel. The Chines. Kaclosiou Compromise. Wahhinotos, May A—The conferees of the senate amt honse on the Chinese exclu sion bills reached an agreement, and their rejiorts were submitted to their respective bodies today The matter was sent to con ference by the action of tbe senate in aub stitutiug for the Geary or house bill, which absolutely prohibited tbe coming of Chinene persons (with the exception of the minister and his servants) into the United States, a bill reported from the committee on foreign relations extending the provisions of tbe present law, which expires May 6, for ten year- from that date The conferee« agreed that the provisions of the compromise bill drafted by tbem ahonld extend for ten year- tbe provisions of tbe current law, but ■everol of the most stnngeut provisions con tained in tbe house bill were incorporated. Mis JsC Latis* Salt. Nsw York May i.—In the suit brought by Mrs. Vnrina Jefferson Davis against the Belford company the latter filed its answer, alleging that Robert Belford personally is responsible to Mrs Davis. * Martin Namod by Governor Pattlson. HAHHiHSUMt. May A—Governor Pattison has apjtomted J. Norman Martin as judge of tbe Hutier Lawrence .Seventeenth) Ju din to succeed tbe late Judge John Mc Michoel Printer Namur I Barlow Dead. Lawrbnck. Moss , May 3.—Samuel Bar low. sixty years okL »gent of the Pacific Milli- Print works and one of the best known printers in the United States, is dead. Blihop NcOobbuII Installed. Boook i.yn May 3.—Biohop Charles E McDonnell wo» installed with imposing oeremoniee a» bishop of the diocese of Brooklyn and Long Island. ■till** by a Gamaeock. Cincinnati, May A -Edward Merker, of Covington. Ky., woe gaffed by a gamecock. Blood poteoning set m. from which be died. Anntiiur Cht I Match Arranged. London, May A—Blackoarne and Lasker Will start a chess match "seven games up" •n Mav 17 Tne office of the Equitable Life Is now loeaved on the second floor of the Bqutebl* Building ▲iffiON A. Markk Mfinaftr. Waat t« Nabe« th« Iwapaefwr. The moatblv meeting of the directors of the Builders Exchange was held last night. The question of appointing building iuspec .or was flisenssed They were of the opinion that the Builders' Exchange ahonld have the privilege of namlug th* man for tbe position and think that one offthe three. Philemma ihoald b« selected, A committee wu In «traded to eo>l the attention of City CooDcil to oertatn matter* pertaining to the subject. The Hoop s and Townsend Company was admitted to membership Harry Clearer was sleeted a director to sneeeed John 0 Brlson, withdrawn. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Robert E. Frazer, of Detroit, will be ap pointed to succeed Judge Montgomery, of the district supreme court, who resigned last week. Yatue Carrington, the well known animal painter, is dead. A swarm of locusts six miles wide recently passed near Graham's Town, Cape colony, Dying seaward. The returns from the innnicipal elections held in France Sunday show that the Re pnblicans have gained every seat but one in the department of the north. Two slight earthquake shocks were felt throughout New Hampshire. Daniel O'Sullivan was shot and killed in the saloon of Wolf A Bernstein, Chicago. Sheriff Lana, of Searey county, Ark., bar been locked up for spending tbe county's money on himself. The schooner Sophia Milcb, with nine men on board, is supposed to have gone down in Lake Superior. The Quebec government proposes to re duce the pay of members of tbe legislature j from tSOO to 9600 a session. The Illinois Steel company will erect a I new mill at Joliet, Ilia, which will cost $1, *00,000 and employ 1,000 men Rev. M. L. Weakley, the oldest Methodist 1 minister in the United States, died at his I home in Berlin, Pa., Sunday, aged ninety I five. , „ , __, .... .. _ , . „ ' ^ at the de ," or * ' " ""J °* ' P *™' who referrwl him lnHU,thl g^ ' brated his 100th birthday. He has voted ^ or orer )' Republican president since tbe birth of tbe party. At Brooklyn, Judge Osborne fixed the amount of Mrs. Platt's alimony and counsel fees in the suit of William H. Platt uguinst her for divorce nt 911*0 for counsel fee and $85 a month alimony. The celebrated Fairlawn stables and nine teen horses, the property of Smith McCann, at Lexington, Ky., were destroyed by fire. David H. Ames, of Jersey ville, nia., celo | [ ! 1 At Cleveland n n a Cleveland. Î 0000000 0- 270 Philadelphia .0 1001000 1— .172 Batterie«: Young and Doyle, Esper and Clen • n '*' ' „/v V" ,e V°~ . JJJJE '--J 0 ? 2 J J S iTETfi • Batterie. Qumb . rt , nd Bohrivar, CUrkloo and Kelly, At Cincinnati Cinrinati-New York game ' postponed on account of rain AtPitteborg Ptttaburg-Bruoklyn gamepmti P° n ®d °n aocount of rain, At 8 ' Loula Wrehinetna 2 î n n n S Ü 2 îlm 'J l tileasTin and Bird imlln «nAMüll* " U Gleason and Bird, Dolan and Mill! • THE BASEBALL WORLD. R H Z. K M K PH KASTKRN LEAQUB GAM EH. At Providence Providence.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3- 5 «14 Buffalo . . Batterie* Byan and Knaus», Werkliecker and Hndeon. At New Haven Haven.. ..I 02020010-7 10 4 »•> ? « » J * _ Wells and Gruber, Gouda!! and »yXJSvi ** Philedelphla- *■ **■ *• 'Athletic...2 2 0 0 0— 4 3 C A1 |£?KlL „.7. . ' '* 0 0 u 0 u 1 j Batterie«: Wilton and Devlin, Brown and Taylor, oount of r«iu , ....... , „ £ ow 1 ' 1 which had l h f" etl his decisions rushed on him and mobtied him. He showed fight, but was severely beaten and would have been killed had not the police protected hitn. The mob followed him to the hotel and threatened his life. Il N « .1 000200»- 3 73 r n r. At Troy Game pewitpomw] on account of rain. At Biughampton- Game poatpoued on to Imp ire Wilson Nearly Killed. Birmingham, Ala., May 3.—After the Southern league game here between Birmingham and New Orleans an indignant . ... runs bl K h 0 r,c *" w ich, C onn., May 3. Mum Graue Ban ^ u v 7' » «Ixteen-year-old heir •». «f New York, who haa been attending Mrs. -lame« Beechers Young Ladies «em '"• r> ull he T' to w Ur ®P en * r '" Pol T Ch «* tor Bwoh '' r objected to the attentiow paid the young lady by the doctor, but Miss Barcalow left the semiuary and called upon the doctor, who gallantly took her to the Gretna Green of this vicinity, where they were married. An HelrMi Klope* at Greenwich. Nominated by the President. Wahhinuton, May 3.—The president sent to the senate the following nominations Lieutenant Colonel John C. Bates, Tweu tieth infantry, to be colonel; Major Evan Miles, Twenty-fifth infantry, to be lieuten ant colonel; Captain Chambers McKibbin. Fifteenth infantry, to be major; First Lieu tenant Thomas E. Davis, Fifteenth infantry, to be captain; Recoud Lieutenant Samuel E. Smiley, Eighth infantry, to be first lieu tenant. (tladston« on Th.lr Blacklist. London, May 3.— Labor leaders publish a blacklist ot members of tbe bourn of com moos opposed to the eight hour day. All labor organizations are instructed to oppose every man ou tbe list. Among the black listed are John Morley, Sir Jobn Playfair, Mr. Gladstone and 8ir Jobn Lubbock. To Teat n Big Gun. Wash isotun, May 3.—Commodore Folger has directed that a test shall be made the latter part of this week of the 12-inch gun cast at the Washington navy yard, and de signed to complete the heavy armament of tbe United States ship Monterey, now at San Francisco. What the Red Man Coats Da. Washington, May 3.—Indian Commis aioner Morgan has gone to New York to superintend the annual letting of contracts for 92,000,000 worth of anppUes for the In dian service (or the fiscal year ending Joue 30, 1NB3 _ Oliver Kteeted President. Prrrssuao, May 3.—The Pittsburg and Western Railroad coiu;>auy directors elected Horry W. Oliver president, J. T. Odell general manager, and W. H. Duffell treas urer. Swindled by Green Good» Men. Nr»* Haven, May 3.— An evening paper mokes the statement that a business man of this city has been swindled out of F*X) by green joods men. No names are given. The Kingsbury Hank Faillira. Rochester, N. Y , May 3.—The aseiguee's schedule iu the Kingsbury bonk will be filed Wednesday. Tbe bank cannot pay more than thirty-five cents on the dollar. Mr«. Harrison sitting Dp Again. Washinoton, May 8.—Mrs. Harrison hoe sufficiently recovered from her recent st tack of lumbago to enable her to sit op again _ The Weather. Generally from fair to partly clondy, and »«now, followed by cloudinexs and nun. > a Looking at FsirmoBat's Reantlca. Harvey. Dongbten snd 8p!skmtu, 'bree well known Wilmington lovers of tbe wheel, went to Philadelphia to day The object of their visit Is to see the beauties of Fairmoant Park from the saddle. THE WORLD'S FAIR A Plan bf Which Krmrj Am Will B* Enabled to Visit It The World's Fair Visitors' Association of Chicago, baa made arrangements with a bank of Wilmington to receive the monthly deposits of its members. They will make arrangements with a bank every town of the state to do the same By this plan many will be enabled to go who otherwise would not. Everyone desiring to go should take advantage of this company's offer and should join as soon as possible, as the cost of everything In Chicago will rise as the time of the fair approaches, tional hotels that this company will build later will cost more, causing certificates to cost more, though persons joining now will not pay more than the amouut agreed upon. The money deposited In the bank can be withdrawn if the member decides not to go, or certificates are transferable. This company has unlimited references. Full information furnished at Wyatt Co , No. 603 Market street Agents for the city and agents in every mauufac'uring industry and Addl town, factory desired Owen E. Wyatt, mans ger Slate of Delaware, No. 60S Market straet, Wilmington, Del. THE FEbTIVE OYSTER. Out of Season In Name Only—Good Season In This City. May 1 is by oustom considered the end of the oyster season, bat it is not under stood that the sale and eating of the bivalves terminate with April, as the de mand and the weather govern both; tbe people want oyatera they can be snp plied with them the whole year throngb, and as long as tbe weather Is not too hot tbe people will eat tbem, bat there Is al ways a sale for salt oysters, chit fiy at the summer resorts, even In the hottest weather. Tbe season ' In this city, while not showing any Increase in either supply or demand over tbe previous one, was regn lar. -prosperous and satisfactory. The only time tbrre was an interruption was tbe first five days in April, daring whiob the weather was unseasonably warm, oauslng a big Interruption In tbe sales, consequently the supply was far beyond the demand, and a glut ^resulted. Own ers of oyster beds iu tbe Maurice river oove and on theJWeitern Shore are now engaged in planting, and at the same time will dredge the largest and finest of those left over| at the end of the season la these beds, and these, with the Chesapeakes, will BDpply the wants of the people uutll the middle of June, when the dealers will serve their cus tomers with salt oysters. As the oyster season expires that of tbe clsm opens, and dealers promise tbem "of flue flavor, tender and with the meat nice and white when opened," as a circnlar announces. Tbe price for Cape Mays will be |3 50 and $4 a thousand, and for choice Little Nrcks, $3 FORTY THOUSAND iN EARNINGS Tne W. A N. (Kapovt «bows Increase In .Net Kernings and Banning Expenses. The stockholders of the W% & N Bail road Company held their annual meet ing at Bitdsboro, Pa., yesterday. Tbe report of President H A. DuPont showed gross earnings amounting to $444, 627 96; operating expenses and taxes, $379.293.84; interest Income, $25,046 39; receipts less operating expenses, .taxes and interest on bauds. $40,287 78. * This shows and Increase In gross earnings of $5,436.76 and an increase *ln opirating expenses |uf $17,168.38. The earning> replied Tbs amounts to $516,000. The following officers were elected : Colonel H. A. DuPont, president ; George Brooke, Dr. Charles Huston, A. L. Foster, John '8. Gerhard, Colonel L. Heber Smith and William 8 Couner, dlrec.ors ; E B. Shuster, secretary ; A. G MoCaoslend, superintendent and treas urer; F. L Hills, chief englueer, and Bowness Briggs, general freight and passenger agent. have been a to various Improve funded indebtedness ments. Pit Rooney and HI» Wive». A New York despatib baa^the follow ing concerning Pat Rooney, tbe eomedlan, who was reoently seized with his death aickuess In this city: "An English woman writes from Birmingham to say that tbe late Pat Roquej, comedian, was a bigamist. Her maiden name was Caroline Bartlow, and sbe says that Rooney married her in 1870. They came to America and he deserted her and their little son. Mrs Pat Rconey. whose stags name Is Josle Granger, who lives here, declares that the English woman Is after her husband's estate, which she says did not amount to a dollar. More over she does not think her hnsband had two wives. K»«at Dlnuer*. Upon tbe earnest solicitation ot onr numerous patrons we have resumed our Roast Dinners. These dinners were suc cessful Isst season and will doubtless be appreciated this season by those who wish an elegant meal at a moderate price without going home to get It. J. L. Haywood, No. 4We8t Fourth 8treet. A Market Street Complaint. Complaint is made of tbe condition of the paving between the street railway tricks between Fifth and Sixth streets, ou Market. Borne of the ruts are not only deep anough to osnse great Incon venience to drivers In turning out of th* way of cars, but loss of property with possible personal injury may result. Pilot Commissioners Do Little Work The Delaware Board of Pilot Commie Stoners held a meeting at tb* Hotel Willis yesterday _Those President J. B. Vlrden, Charles Morris of Lewes sud William Bright and Secretary B . F. Townsend this until the next meeting I present were John P. Priee, All business was laid over The License Applicants. Clerk of the Peace Bigge has in his office 134 applications for liquor license to be passed upon st the May term the 134 applicants ninety-two are <n the city and nineteen In the outside hun dreds; four are wholesalers and three druggists. Six of the applicants are for new places. Owntnrr Run Made Merrihew, McDaniel and Begge made century run to Philadelphia sud return via West Cbestar and Psolt, on Baudsy Tbs start was male trim this city at 8 a. m., and tbe return at 6.45 p m lapsed time was ten boars and thiity minutes. Ti.r Thr EQUITABLE Lire Assurance Society of the Uulted States. January 1, 1892. $136,198,518 109,905,537 « 26,292.981 $39,054,944 $233,118.331 $804,894,557 Anson A. Maiirk. Manager. WUmingten, Del. Assets Liabilities Surplus 1'< some New Business ) written tu 1891 f Assursnoe In force ITEMS OP INTfefEST Glim—"N ever mind, old fellow, If Mias Go «ay bas refused yon. There are as good fish in the sea as ever were caught. Glim—"How's that?" know when yon are fishing the big ones all get away."—The Jester. Hood's Sarsaparilla absolntely cures where other preparations fail. It pos sesses medicinal merit Peculiar to It 8EI.P. Constipation and all troubles with the digestive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner pill. in A Hllow—"There are better." Hilow—"You Hu—"I'm going to have my life in Ha— for?" She—"What snred. "What for—Why, suppose I should die what would you do?" She (heartlessly) — "Marry again." He (calmly)—"Not unless my life bad been heavily insured " —Brooklyn Life. If your smoke pipes snd fines are de fective and won't draw .James F Wood & Co,, can remedy it. Front and Orange streets. He—"Y on and your father were out walking again yesterday with Jones. You seem to like his society, Do you really lore him because he Is rieh?" She—"Oh, no. It ain't love; but It Is so convenient to have him along when you want to call a ear. He knows how to whistle through Lis fingers snd pa ean't whistle worth a cent."—Texas Siftings. W. U. D. K. K Spring clothing cleaned snd repaired. Sillied workmen. No. 911 Market St. First Spectator— "That play seems te bave been writteu with tbe single object of pleasiug the hoodlnms In the gallery. Who is the 'author?' "Second Spectator—"I—don't—know. Are any of cur statesmen writing plays now?"—Puck\ Ross has thirty styles of gent's fall and winter Underwear in all sizes—rang ing in pries from 26 cents to $2 each ; also a large assortment of latest styles in Derby and Crnsh Hata, at No. 210 Market street. First reporter: —"Have you made any 'scoops' lately?" Second reporter— "Cerf. I have announced that Hill was out of the Presidential race before he knows It himself."—Life We Hew What We Rip Leave orders for oarpet cleaning at 101 West Eighth street. Telephone 541. Lauiia —"Peor old Father Time 1 la represented as always on the go, never as sitting down." Fred—"No. hasn't any business resting. Laura (demurely)—"Well, he might alt down in the lapse of ages, mightn't he?" —Pittsburg Bulletin. Milk. Milk. The place to get one quart or fifty Q uarts of milk Is tt Porter's, corner eventh and Madison streets, tlon guaranteed or money refunded. De livered or sold at store. Telephone 641. He lie Has he?" Satiafac «SBBI1D. BALL—MeDANNELL.—At the residence of the bride's narent». No. 225 .lacneon street, on Thunwlny evening. April 28. HD2. by Rev. J. D. Ù Hanna, William A. Kali and Miss Clara A McDonnell, both of Wilmington, Dm 8HEWARD—SIMMONK.—On the 28th in elant. at tbe borne of the bride's parents. No. !»( Went, street, by Rev. H. Ashton Henry, Caleb M. She ward to Irene Sluimnus, THORP—COYLE.-On the S»th Instant, at No. 822 Chestnut street, by Rev. E. L Hub hard, George T. Tborp tq Annie Coyle. DIED CONNER.—At Rockland, Del., on April 36, Mrs. Rev. James Conner, DORSEY.—On April 2», Jane Dorsey, aged 40 years. GLEI/.E -On April 20. at A.lantic City, N J., Sarah A., widow of Dr Henry Uleiae, Charleston. 8. C. HAUGHEY.—In thU city, on the 2wth In stant, Bernard P. Haugbey. in his 20th year HURLOCK.—In this city, at the Aged Women's Home, Sarah Burlock, aged 85 years. KNOWLES -On April 29. Tllghman L. Knowles, aged 18 year« and 23 days. LYNAM-At Mechan'.csvllle, White Clay Creek hundred, on the 28th Instant, James K Lynam, aged 85 years. MALONEY.—On April 30,Miehael Maloney, In the Wth year of his age SMITH.—In this city, on Monday. May 2, Mrs. Mary Smith, aged 57 years. WILMER.—In this city, on April 30, John W. Wllmer. [tr. \ ' N / " No ! No ! No ! No ! No Poor fellow, hot biscuit* ! he can't enjoy the.good things of this life. How about you ? Slight as well be out of the world if you have to observe a rigorous system ' of diet. Your temper, your atom dî'iepdc y ' aU U y0U,re ! ' Johann' Hoff's Malt Extract will ' perfect your digestion. Take it, and you can eat as heartily as you please; I absolutely no bad after-effects. It ( is the standard nutritive tonic of the ; world. Physicians recommend I The genuine has the signature of | "Johann Hoff" on the neek of bot tie. Eisner & Mendelson Co., N. Y., I Sole Agents. ♦» of norvovr '0OUCH ! don't delay rev« Of mm balsam tS co^V^: s 80 \ THE b Ildar-« Cold».Coagkr Ser.Thro.t Crrsp IbHo.hi» W loo,log Cough BroB.hiti. ««4 A.thm. » —*i.i. « I* t far I oneuraption I» flr*» nun »n*t « M rv MW It % v\o-*d it»g*s. Cmmmw. You will see the > *• • 4 nt f ffeot after taking the first do$»t. ■.•n trerfwlrr«. La ff* b-ttVs jO wdu »cd |l 00 G* ,i WHOLESALE ICE CREAM wffitfÄK??Ä»ICE CREAM UthtMl and most ext«n»lve salt*«, is now t>e!ng fol*i who!€B*!e and retail from tbe mannfac turer and Ice, ream parlor of * CHARLES KYLE 3IXTH AND ORANGE STREETS. The public is cordially Invited. Success in Filling Mail Orders, Like success in selling goods over the counters, is due to thorough organization, skilled clerks, and careful attention to the wishes of the buyer. Whether the customer cpmes in person to the counters, or lives at a remote distance from the store, the service, in every essential respect, is identical. The same effort to give satisfaction is made in the one case as in the other, and should goods fail to be just what is wanted, they can be returned, and others will promptly be sent. As the result of such methods, our Mail Order Depart ment has reached its present dimensions, and is constantly growing, greater and more comprehensive. We solicit the patronage of shoppers by mail, having full confidence in our power to give entire satisfaction. Samples mailed promptly upon request. Catalogues sent to any address. STRAWBR1DGB & CLOTHIER, Market St., Eighth St., Filbert St. PHILADELPHIA. There's No Use T al kin g, the Best, is the Cheapest in I I Ml BICYCLES II II I As in everything else, and the BE8T; well, you can't better Columbias, Victors, - .X Ramblers, v Eagles. m //fl THEY are all right. OCR BARG AIN : A Swift Safety in good order for » 00 . oe. PIONEER CYCLE HOUSE, * 1611 Market 8t., Wilmington, / McDaniel & Merrihew Cycle Co. i^ NVT^TNG V0U WANT? 650 TELEPHONE DIAMOND PRINTING CO. 1 Leading Commercial Printers, HO and 112 French Street GZui&m/bAs r/ Bvery MAN who would know the GRAND TUTTI!?, the Plain Facta, the Old décréta and the New Discovert«» of Medical Science aa applied to Married Life, ahonld write for our wonderfkal little boek. called "A TRBATI8R KOR MKN ONLY." Toanyeame»t •opj .Entirely Free, in plain aealed cover. *'A refuge from the quack»." THE ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, ». V. we will mall ono LONDON SPECIALS cording to OUr Order and ship- ' pe( j direct to US through job- j *> in g house, and we have no reason to doubt it; anyhow we have handled them for the past tWO years with much SUC cess. In all our experience M ii- , „„„j, seHmg goods we have never had a lot of goods which for neatness, originality of design, Are a line of goods said to be ' cut and put up in London ac- : desirability and richness that these goods produce. We have them mostly in Trouserings. The price is a trifle higher than ordinary goods, but you get great value for your money. Come in and see them. I. *. gibney, MERCHANT .TAILOR, 315 MARKET STREET. ■XGVB8ION8 PHILADELPHIA «TEAMBOATS. Commencing THURSDAY. MARCH 24. 1892. STEAMERS CITY of CHE8TER !, j * _ i h«* nnngor *hd Freight. Daily, 8nn Wilmington. Fourth «treet wharf a. 7 œ BiXÄnÄ wharf ! kt 7.8D and 10.15 a m. and 1.80 and 4 pm. 1 All boat* »tor noth way» at (.'better. - • AND BRANDYWINE. i AWNINGS ! ( i 1 i m ■m i ■ft i X i j ] œêWZ'i 1 f KMW mwr of Awning Goods years. All kinds ot Awning Stripes, the latest variety and patterns. Call and examine onr stock and the work being done by a eorpe of practical sail and awning makers. Oar w*rk la done at moderate prices. We have the largest stock we have had for the last 31 R. W. BIRNIE & SON, FRONT AND MARKKT »TH . Sole Agent for Coll 's Patent Rolling Awning. Telephone Call 264. — Our SPRING md BUMMER selections of Cheviots, Madras and other ouxryo SHIRTS Are more complete and cheaper then •ver before. We are selling a Sateen Nhlrt for 5S cent», lest season soin for 75c. and 91.00 We are alto selling a fine Madias Start for 911*. the seme kind was sold last season for 91 26 and 91.50. Have yon seen our 30c. NIGHT RUBES r Regular "5 *. good». Collars, Am lie. W.0.S LaiiPfefBL^ c ' 1 Cd®. Our Laundry Is turning out som» very flue work. You should try tt. Oar linae of Spring Neckwear were never »o large,nor contained so varied »elections . 2> and 50 cents. WYATT &. CO. 603 Market St. THOMAS MoHUUH. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER No 13 Mar fit-*t _ Detaws *UinlQg;)a. BUCK In Clay Diagonals, Corkscrews, Chev COATf iot or Serges, and with a pair of Kfiht AND or medium shade trousers you have a VESTS dressy suit at a very small cost. We have them at all prices with either Sack or Cutaway coat and made with the different styles of bind ings and finish. In odd trousers you will find immense assortment of new styles handsomely made up as good as most custom work and at prices away below what any tail or will charge you. Fancy vests are selling more than ever and at prices you can afford to buy two or three of them and change often. As low as up to $7 for all silk an 75 cents and gar ments with splendid styles of double breasted ones at $i and $1.25. J. T. Mullin & Son, Tailor* Clothier«, 6th & Market, Wilmington, t 1 IT WILL PAY Intending purchasers of BICYCLES To call and see the stock of Pyle Cycle Co, 807 MARKET ST. Quadiants, Phoenix, Moffat, Belmont, etc,, etc. LOOK ! i OOK ! A WIND MlhL AND TOWER for »57 SO. Read wbat the merits are as well as ths Guarantee. Bo Happy While Ton Live, tor You Will Be A Long ithUt Time Deed ) To Be Happy Buy a STEEL MILL Dandy Steel Tow$r. With graphite boxes tbe D;redy Wind Mill Re* quires No Oil for Years. therefore No More Climbing Tower* No More Tilting Tower* to break down j Injure you or vour cattle. 17 Need, no attention and la J warranted to last longer than other ntllls that are died, and <1 Will Be Bent to Good Par tie* on 30 Day* Teat Trial If not satlsf aotorr frelghtwlll be B iid both wars. The Dandy teel Tower Is a Four t'ornrr Tow er, the corners nit made out of heavy angle ateel. Tbe glrta and braces ira A5D A 1 )i hi SSil F.I IM r A « - m v il I* ft i***t •re very »iron# and »ub»t*n tml. and of the very best »tee! ttkd«. U 1» the most graceful. du rnlile tower on bo erected it* i strong ami the market.snd In outGialf the time of a wooden tower. We wtU not allow ourselves to be under* \ 4 t sold. l/VT/VTiiU Challenge Wind Milt ///W/' \ * Feed Mill Cfc. — ÏI- —pASlJi Batavia, Kane Co.. III. A. L. WHITE, Gen. Agent, N. E. Cor Fro it ud Orange Streets, _ WILMINGTON, DEL. | AT ROBELEN'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE You can always get what you want. Old customers know this, and nevr^ones soon find it out. We make a specialty ol Fine Goods. W. G. ROBELEN 108 West Seventh St. PHONE «46. - iFRANCIS KELLY & CO.. g SOLE PROPRIETORB90FTTH Ï ORAJGK GROVE and BEAVER YiLLKI i PORE RYE YÜH1SKIEEI Choio« Cologns Spirits. Æ 103 Mirfcp* 'and':02 8hipl«y 8tft| WILMINGTON. DEL.