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SHERIM IN NEW YORK.
The Senator Addresses a Big Republican Mass Meeting. CHRIS MAGEE DOWN IN ALABAMA. The Pennsylvania Repiil.tlrnn Trying fe Content Ills Party In That Stale In (freak the Solid South—Minnesota Democrats niul Populists Fuse on Electors. New Yoke, Oct. 11.—Senator John Shot man addressed a large and enthusiastic Kepuhlican mass meeting at Cooper Union last night. As the senator stepped to the front of the platform he received an ovation that caused a glow of pleasure to spread j over his grizzled features. After sonn minutes of continued applause three rims ing cheers were given, which the hand capped by playlug "Marching Through Georgia. " Senator Sherman devoted his speech to a discussion of three points—the tari IT, silvei and state banks. His mention of Blaine In connection with reciprocity drew forth cheers, and when ho named Benjamin liar risen there was au enthusiastic tumuli which compelled him to pause for nearly « minute. He congratulated the Republicans that they had at last got the Democrats to I« fair and square aud to meet them ou issue! of the campaign. There were three Issues; Whether the im posing of duties on imports should he con tide red merely a question of revenue or n question of protection; whether the boidei Of 871 grains of silver worth seventy I lirct cents shall deposit it and get a dollar ii> payment or gold and silver dollars shall re main of equal value; whether we shall him our notes backed hy the honor of the gov •rnmciit or return to a currency under th« aid system of slate banks, with no security whatever. Senator Sherman evidently con sldered the tariff the must important qm-s lion, because he devoted the greater por tiou of his speech to that. The Tariff. "Never before this campaign," said lie "has the Democratic party of lids country taken the position that a tariff for protêt; . tiou is unconstitutional. I am glad wt have got them there. It has gone hack mi ite traditions. In the first congress of th» United States after the new constitution a bill was introduced providing that dutiei be imposed on imports for the purpose el fostering manufacture in this country— B was drawn by James Madison and signed by George Washington. "Thus it was written, and it was left t< Larry O'Neal, of Ohio, to declare that tin system was unconstitutional. 1 Laughter,J "He was agreed with, 1 remember, hy tin Confederate states, which in their coustitu tion said about the same thing, but thecon etitution of the Confederate slates is not the constitution of the United States. Oui soldiers settled that. fApplause.) "Senator Hill," went on Mr. Sherman "favors protection, but is against a protcc tivo tariff. He favors the laboring man but is opposed to the laboring man. He i very sure of one thing—that in spite of all temptation ho is a Democrat. (Laughtri and applause.] Our theory and practice it that a tariff shall l>c levied with such di» crimination ns it shall protect the ialtorinu man in making everything that can be pro duced at home as well as it can lie abroad We have extended the rule to all classes ol American citizens—to the mechanic, th» farmer, the miner." Frre Stiver. Senator Shcrraau warmly praised tho Me Klnlcy bill, saying it was the best embodi meut of the principles of protection that has ever been produced. Peck had been nr rested for telling the truth about it. They might arrest Peck, but could not arrest th* progress of American industries. If Harrison is elected president tho Me Kinley bill will stand. If Cleveland i) elected president the McKinley bill will Ik repealed and ruin will follow. It is for tin men of Nrw York, because here the battli will be fought, to decide. Ohio will lie nil right. (Applause.] Speaking of the frei coinage bill. Senator Sherman said Harri son would veto it. He bud heard it whis pered here that Cleveland would never sign it, but he will lie bound to obey the behests of his party. Senator Sherman scored the proposed re peal of the (0 per rent, tax on state hank Issues "It was put there," said he, "u cut the throats of the state banks which ex toted before the war and give us a sound currency. 1 helped pass the law and I am helping to keep it on the statute hooks, it is now tho tendency of the Democrat it party, dominated by the south, to revive all tbe issues before the wnr but slavery anil disunion, and destroy ail the achievement* of the Republican party but tlie préserva tion of the Union," At the conclusion of his speech Penntoi Sherman was tendered a reception by th* Republican club. The Baker Hallol (.aw nenmmrvd. West Chfjtsh, Pa., Oct. ll.—On Friday Judge Thomas Waddell appointed ex Judge Thomas S. Butler as judge of elec tion of one of the new precincts in West Chester. In court yesterday ex-Judge But 1er refused to serve, saying: "1 do not in tond to assume tho responsibility of deter mining what some of tlie provisions of tht Baker ballot law may mean, it is, in my judgmen.l the moat damnable piece of leg tolation ever put on our statute books, ami I do not propose to submit myself to tht danger of arrest and flue for the failure tt determine who U entitled to vote under th< act." This coming from a man who was but recently 011 the bench ot Chester county has startled tlie other ek-ctiun judges, and it to probable that many others will déclin, to serve. It is (eared that difficulty will b# had in securing enough men willing to serve to carry on the election in all tht districts. Chris Magee tn Alabama. Birmingham, Oet ll.—Chris Magee, fat prominent Pennsylvania Republican, if here in conference with tlie leading Repnb Beans of both factions and the third party endeavoring to effect a union of all enti Democratic forces In Alabama in an effort to carry the state against Cleveland. Tht Republican party to split in this state, out faction having out its own ticket, while tht other to supporting the fusion ticket ruadt up of the third partyites aud Republicans. Tho two Republican committees will meet here to sec what cau be doue toward form iug a union._ Electoral Fusion In Mitinesotn. Bt. Paul, Oct. ll.—Tlie Democratic atn'.i central committee withdrew the names o four of tho Democratic presidential elector! aud indorsed four of the People's party electors. By this action the Democrat! hope to elect their four remaining elector! aud divide tin state with tho Republicans Codgers for Congress. hT. Lons, Oct. 11.—The Republicans of the Twelfth congressional district nomi nated Thomas B. Rogers. ( k hilndelptila*s Parade. Philadelphia, Oct. 1L—It to believed that 3Ô.UU0 men « ill be line in the Calhoiie Columbus pontile tonight. JUSTICE SHIRAS SWORN IN. *• *m the United Sfrit«** Conn Bench* Washington', oct it Th<> opening M« 1 won of the October term of the supreme court of the fuit .1 States. with ttciocmi-1 ant circumstances of the induction into i office of the new associate justice, George Shiras, Jr., filled the court room to over flowing. After the usual announce ment of the open- | lilt; of court ( hiet j Justice Fuller j said: "I have much i 11« ThHm Tfls I Rupee legislature, New York, Oct. 11. -Sylvester F. Wil i pleasure in au- 1 uouncing to the i gentlemen of the i bar that since the I adjournment ot the court the ex | isting vacancy has been filled by the ... k (f appui utment ot OEDIIGE SHIRAS, Jit. * ,r ' 'ir<-nte»l*ir«s, Jr. f of I'ittMuunc Mr. Shlras is present and ready to take the oath." - V" I The clerk of tlie court, Mr. McKinney, then read the commission issued to Mr. Shiras, at tlie conclusion of which the new associate just ice arose and read in a moder ato voice tlie oalii in which he swears to do i equal and exact justice to all, both rich j and poor, agreeably to the constitution and the laws of the United (States to tlie best ol ; his knowledge and ability. "So help you God," added the clerk. The new associate justice bowed affirmatively | and was then conducted to Ids seal m the extreme left of the chief justice, next to Associate Justice Hrewer. As he stepped upoll the level occupied by the court the new mendier stopped, bowed gravely to hi* associates, who stood facing him and as formally returned the salutation. AssOci ale Justice Brewer received him with n handshake, mid then nil the members ot the court took their scats. The ceremony was quite brief, and nil (In persons,present stood during its continu ance, ns Well iu< the court. Associate Justice Shims is about fifty five years old. He stands 5 feet. 10 inches In height, but beside the larger member! af the court. Justices Gray and Harlan dues not look nil his inches. Hehns brown hair, slightly tinged with gray, gray side j whiskers, his chin and lip being shaved clean. Ills eyo Is blue, complexion verging on the ruddy, and ids mouth shuts straight across the face, indicating firmness and do- 1 vision. Justice Hlalchford is encouraging a heard anil the chief Justice lias a Itixuriw ant mustache, so the new justice's whUk vrs are not so striking on the bench as they otherwise would be. . I plained Of. | BOSTON, Oct. II.—Frederick H. Cook, ol Holyoke, Mass., sent today to the railroad commissioners a complaint against I lit Connecticut Hiver Railroad company ftu ! not providing interchangeable miicagi I books under the Hutchinson act of the last j I j I j ' son, the female baseball manager, nuclei I sentence for abducting Llhhie Sutherland, of Binghamton, N. Y., hod his bull reduced | His cas»; is before I I i A Kiillrond C« Hr. Unîmes a Mourner. Boston, Oct. ll.—Funeral services ol Mrs. Charles Ilenrÿ Davis, widow of Uaoi Admiral Davis, U. S. A., aud mothcr-in law of Hon. Henry ("abot Lodge, were held in Bt. Paul's church. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes was among the mourners. Bylr«»ter IVIMoii'd Hull llrdiicrd. from $10,000 to 15,000. the court of appeals. An Art >'*•«, Cuts (Irr Throat. PniLAHKt.riiiA. Oct. 11.—Mrs. Gnllnghcr known on the stage as Ada Devore, cut bei throat with a razor nt a theatrical board ing house anil died without arousing hci husband. BIio was temporarily insane. I j I of placing the Paris funds in the hands of j a committee consisting of three Paruellitei j and three amti-Pnrneliites. London, Oct. 11.—Lord Tennyson's body I was today brought from Haslemero loth* ! Waterloo station, whence it was taken tc Westminster abbey to await the funeral service» ou Wednesday. ToLEDo.Oct.il.—Mr. and Mrs. Lucky] ami their daughter were murdered anti burned to cinders in their house hy a son recently released from prison. He lues been arrested. The FarU Irish rund. Londön, Oct. It.—Tho I'nruellite conven tion in Dublin pawed a resolut ion in favot Tennyi In West m imiter Ahhry. A Son*» Horrible Crime*. Nf.w YortK, Oct. 11.—Emanuel I.nskn defeated Major Hannum nt tlie Manhattan Chess club. The game—an irre gular open ing—lasted forty-eight moves. Nhe ((ml I'nxiril the Century Mark. Pomona, N. Y., Oet. U.— Mrs. Sarah Sid man. Rockland county's only centenarian, I is demi. Her ago was one hundred years, four months mid twenty-seven da}'». (.»«ker Wins Again. The 41as Wire Turned On. Boston. Oet. 11.—Alexander M. Hyden, a well lo do citizen of Quincy, was fourni dead in a room at the Boston hotel with the unlighted gas turned on. So Trolley for New York. New YORK, Oct. 1U —The board of alder meu rescinded the resolution allow ing the Ninth Avenue Railroad company to ust tbe trolley system. (turned to a Crisp. Langside, Ont., Oct. ll.—The residence of Peter Vzell was destroyed by lire, and his eleveu-year-old daughter was burned to a crisp._ Fifty Horses Cremated. Washington, Oet. ll.—The large stable of Ï. W. Riley near the wharves was de stroyed by lire and fifty horses were burned to death. Four Men Fatally Injured. DKNVF.lt, Oet. 11.—Express Messengen Self aud Galloway, Conductor Young and Fireman Ash w«>re fatally itijunsl in a col ■'-•■on Y> n l -^v IVOLI EXPORT BEER REND OÜDEliä TO Ford Bottling Co. y v> c ' rt? a ^•»Ington. A Brilliant Pyrotechnic Display n , , „ . . on the Brooklyn Bridge, FIRE FETED COLUMBUS. NIAGARA REPRODUCED IN FLAMES. j 8e© I lie j . New VoitK, Oct. 11.—The city today is| 13%'ery Coign of Vantii^e Crowded wltli Deine Mbsm s of Humanity t D.ir/Ilng Sight—Nearly Half » Million Vlidtori« in flu* City literally crowded with visitors from all parts of the country, and it is computed that fully 400,000 visitors are In the city, Nearly all the hotels are full, and unless rooms have been engaged in advance trim nient customers find considerable difficulty in securing accommodations. Kv l'residciit Hayes and his daughter, Mi.-s Fanny Hityes, arrived at tlm Fifth Avenue hotel aud were registered from Fre mont, O. Mr. Hayes shortly sent word to the committ ..... to W usliiiigtuu to tlie bedside of las Word was also received that .Secretary ol Stale Foster laid consented to respond to ,| 10 toRHt , -The United Slates." With this | nf( . rnmt ion came the statement from the Thousands upon thousands of pairs ot eyes witnessed on the New York and Brooklyn bridge last night a pyrotechnic exhibition of unexcelled splendor. The scene from The Tribune tower was gop gcous, lurid, wonderful, At «o'clock, when the ears on the groat structure had ceased ruimimr, all that could l H ; seen was ei string ot electric lights and t bedim outline oftlie towers backgrounded by (lie dense black of night. Far above tlie twinkling stars shed no light; below the moving lights on river craft threw but little radiance on the dark waters. Suddenly there was a sound as of distant thunder, and a hundred detonating shells announced the commencement of the even lug's program me. Then there was a hlazt of light which lit up the entire bridge, lit tlie moving spectacles on the water and showed the crowded mass of humanity on land. The heavens were aglow as though by a reflection of a great conflagration. Slowly the glow died away, and the towers of t he bridge cast great black shadows on the flowing water us of a giant hand laid upon them. From the New York tower appeared in fiery ligures •• HIEÎ," and from the tower on the other side "1898" blazed forth. Then from the summit of either tower blazed a great and magical light, blue at first, changing to blood red, dyeing a strange, unearthly lint the connecting span of the two cities, the ships and the buildings, From the river came the sound of whistles and bulls, loud and sonorous, that mingled with the applause of t he sight seeing peo pie, carrying uhqve the city a confused and muffled roar. .. on reception", who waited upon him lu his parlor. The announce ment. Is made that President Harrison will endeavor to be in the city for a short tiras on Wednesday, but that he must hurry wife. committee of one hundred that at the ban quet the health of President Harrison will lie drunk, Vice President Morton aeknuwl edg ng tlie courtesy and explaining the cause of tlie president's absence from flic hmiq net. Ex-Prcsldent Cleveland and party, aftei viewing the parade of pupils yesterday afternoon, returned to the country resi lience of Mr. E. U. Benedict, at Greenwich, Conn. NlHgnllioFitt Firework*. Screens of Homan dust followed bursting sbrils; screaming eagles of fire mingled with rockets and aerial sheafs ami shower* of sparks, until tlie whole ended in tin golden shower far simile of Niagara, cover ing the bridge from tower to tower, realis tic and wonderful. Thu crowds that witnessed the spectacle were beyond precedent. though till the people of the great city had rushed like a great «ave to tlie river side, filling docks and piers mid boats, swarm ing riggings, streets, wagons, everything aud everywhere. The windows, roofs and tire escapes of buildings all over the down town district were black with spectators; wherever a sight of the bridge could he ob tallied there were people in numbers, who crowded and pushed, fought and scram bled for the better places. For hours the people hurried toward tlie southern part ot the city, and many were still on their way when the spectacle was at on end, It seemed a» Tli<* Naval Farade. Tlie mimical part of the Columbian cole brat iou was begun last night, when S. G. Pratt'» cantata, "The Triumph of Colum bus," was given nt Carnegie Music hall. Chauncey M. Depew, without any intro Auction, addressed tlie audience. At the conclusion of the address "The Dream oi Columbus" was rendered; then the "Coua cil of Salamanca," followed by "Qneeulsu '«'ll» "t Her Court," "The Voyage" and tlie finale, which was a grand triumphal march aud reception. In part third, when Columbus and ids tioy, Slego, find them wives in want, weary and travel torn, ri» recitation in song, "Oh, Give Me Dread," was very lincly rendered. "Isabella's Prayer" and the chorus of "The l«aiul, the Laud," wu received with great applause. A National Congr^gatlonn) Count'll. Minneapolis, tht. II.— The triennial na tional council of the Congregational churches of the United States begins a . week's session here tomorrow. Only Four (tenths In Hamburg, Hamburg, Oct. U.—There have been twenty-four fre»h eases ofj cholera, four den' hs and 133 burials. There are 713 pa tients in the hospitals. The Abbott-tliMinus Vtglit Off. IaiNDON, Oct. 11.—The fight between Stanton Abbott and Austin Gibbons, rep resenting respectively England aud Amer ica, is off. The Yorktown l(«'turn«. San Francisco, Oct. if—The United States steamer Yorktown has returned here from B cruise in tho Behring sea. Silver Purchases. Washington, Oct. ll.—The silver fmr chases for the month, including today, aggregate 1,900,000 ounces. Anxious t< New York, Oct. 11.—Advices from all over the state show the registration ot voters to be unprecedentedly largo. « Cows and Horses (turned. New York, Oct. 11.—Samuel Brenner's stable« at Rose bank, S. I,, were burned, with forty cows and two horses. Vote. deputy (laker Resigns. Albany, Oct. 11.— Charles K. Baker, wht bas laten deputy superintendent of statt prisons since April. Isas, has resigned. H» has held office under four governors av two superintendents of stale prisons. !.. leaves so as to give closer attention to pi vote duties. • Wan ted -To hny or loan money onl.ifelnsnr a nre aud Endowment policies. Anson A. Maher, room 3US, KqnltaCie Building. Cummings the photograpucr, 3(C Market street. HARRISON RECEIVES EGAN. TI.r ( lilllun MinUtfr ( n |.ll •nUu lot HI» Work hy tl»u l*rtrid*'ii(. Washington, Ofrt. ll.—President Harri sou gave a conference to .Minister Egan i who has just arrived from Chili. .Mr. Egan | received the pibaideiifseonimendiitioa foi ] th<* mutiner in whic h he* had ciiscbargM the delirate dutiei bln position. The preri dent also ex preseed hin sense of sali ri'm* ! tion at the fair and honorable* m tt Ivmert oi ! the recent difference between t tries. M r. Egan delivered n message from th» r , ]!!', I<, i ll L 0f . ChiU 10 th * P*'*? i,l, - I,t of I l m ted Male», expressing ins joy at tin equitable adjustment of the controversy I 1 let'Veen the two nations and his personal appreciation of the kindly offices of tin I American minister in bringing about sueli j a happy result. At the state department Mr. Egan gave to Syecrctary Foster the memoranda of lia treaty agreed upon by him and the Chilian j offieials for the appointment of a comm » hiol to settle the claims of citizens of tlx United States against f'hili. lie also in doried to Secretary Foster the fîfi ono paid ) by Chili as indemnity for lire assault upon | the sailors of the Baltimore in Valparaiso, I by which two of them were killed and a I number badly Injured, The money was in the shape of letters of credit on Paris. Min later Egan will leave Washington tin» even e two conn | Quincy amt rook. New York, Oi l. 11,—Secretary Quincy, of the Democratic national committee, wrote t'ommissioner Peck that bo more transcripts of Ids tables were needed by the committee, particularly as they were charged for. Mr. Peek answered that lu only charged the legal latk, and that la "could supply any amount of additional tallies equally as interesting us thorn already delivered." Church Steeple CoUtles. Maiiai in, N. Y., Oct. 11.—Eccentric old General d. I'eyster ordered a picture oi Harrison nailed to thesteeple of a memorial church he is having built here, which vat done. Excited It'-mi-emtH tjien had a tdc ture of Cleveland milieu over U, and theii tiiere was a row. were taken down. Finally both picture! Took Hold of a Ikdianapous, Oct. H.—Joseph F. Tolli ver. an electrician of the Indianapolis Eh-e Iric company, accidentally tisik hold of « live wire and died in an instant. He re ceil cd a shock of 2.1100 volts. hive Mire. Struck l»y ftu lii^inc. Huntingdon, Pa., Oct. ll.- Mlclmol Mr Qui^an, James Gleuny and Miss Marietta Stewart were atnu-k b> u shifting en^hie MtQuiggan was killed and Ciienuy und Miss Stewart may die. William Heyward Drayton D<'ad. PiliLADEmiiA, Oct. 11.—William Hty ward Drayton, the well known lawyer and president ut the hoard of city trusts, died at the summer rt sidence of his son. Murder Over Money Mutten. PINK Hu ff, Ark.. Oct. 11.—J. H. Cul pepiicr, n wealthy planter, was shot and kill-si hy ids manager, Israel Stewart. Tht men quarreled over money matters. Warner's Srheme Aiilnl. Mount 1IoI.lv, N. J., Oet. ll.—Wesley Warner, who is awaiting t rial for the min der of Lizzie Peak, «asfoiled in auattempt to murder the turnkey and escape. et. Restai Washington, Oct. ll.—Solomon Hirsch, of Oregon, envoy extraordinary and minis ter plenipotentiary from the United State» to Turkey, has resigned. Min Inter Ii i Dcpcw to Sp6»(U li Intllairipoli*. Washington, OcU ll.— Privat* lpforma tion was rccui vol in this city that Chaun coy M. l)op»*w will speak at indlauapolu on the night of Oct. 24. The Fly Wheel Hurst. Niagara Falls, N. y., Oct. 11.— E. M. Holbrook, a young engineer, was fatally injured at tb** electric light Works by tlie bursting of a fly wheel. î hr nu a n Delay Killed. Cormno, N. Y., Oct. 11.- Francis Delay, a wealthy lumberman, who resides at Wil linmaport. i'n., was »truck ami iu»t,uiily kill-:d by a train. I.i Sawed Out of «lall. DA NGC), t, Me., Del. ll.—John McDonald, John Hynn and Forger ('harlvH Tweedy i>a c«ikhI from the county jail by sawing ell a window bar. Insomnia Orove Klin to Stiidtle. Savannah, Oct. U.—Dominick Brown, a retired leather merchant, aged seventy year», killed himself osa result of iuzcmuiu, <'rusli«-<l (1er Sknll. Palmyra, N. Y., Oet. 11.—tVhilc seven! young men were engaged in putting tie shot Carlton H. Chapman slipped just a the shot left his hand and the missile strucl. a little girl named Sullivan, crushing hei skuli in like an eggshell. (re-fiiutti-r O'ltiIt-ii Arrenteil. Chattanooga,O ct. IL—M. J. O'Brien,ex treasurer ot the Catholic Knights of Amur ica, who rohheii that order of ?15,<l00, vva' arrested in Philadelphia and is on ids way home. Detectives followed his «'ife, win went ou a visit to him. Killed by railing Walls. Nr.w On,.FANS. Oet 11.-John C.V5 nmiiçh and H. >. P^rmta, Tlremen, were kilkil by falling wails at a conflagration. -Life insurance toliritorr wante.1 for the •IropgMt, largest and best company In the world. aNSON A. MAUER. Gcueral Agent, (Inly Insists on Indemnity. Rome, Oct. 11.—The foreign office hat again cable«! orders to the Italian miui-wv in Rio Janeiro to insist upon iudemnit; from Brazil for tho Italian subject* « b< H.. * Students Shot by a Farmer. Lawrence, Kan., Oct. 11.—Fred Bassett, a fanner, shot and fatally wounded 11. Hi;-' gin» and Jack G.-a ft. students of th» Kansas university, because they walked across his land. In a Hrunkcn (frenzy. New York, Oct. II.—John Chalmers, t mini about town, while iuadruiikeu frenzy shot, his wife and then shot himself in tht head. Neither will die. Murdered by an Ex-€li Charlottesville, Va., Oct. u.—Phi> Young, an ex-convict, murdered Mauley Glass near Central Plaine. Be wasr.rreateo and jailed. _ 1« let. Hrrkwith Still nt Large. WatkkbURY, Conn., Oct, ll.—Detective« are Still searching f.e woods and swamp for Arthur Beckwith, the New York mil lion aire. North Carolina's Honor. Raleigh, Oct. ll.—North Carolina has the hokor of being tlie first state in the south to completely organize her naval militia. Equltabl 0 Buildl tg. THE BEST SET OF ri'» CO C/5 . =1 £ S cr CD O oo -- ta m f i 03 25c. to 03 m KOK 1 EXTRACTING TEETH. Teeth Extracted Absolutely with my Painless Compound for fine. « tooth, wni" , »nted Perfoclly (inf«. Vitalized Air ami "Teelh'moF^IoH, $1 up. Teeth Filled with silver, Tiw-. All oilier work Lowest Prices. Teeth Extracted Evenings. All Work Warranted, NO. 811 MARKET STREET. (irR , luRtp Baltimore College Dental Cnlleg. Ilium fain DR. F. E. SMITH, SURGEON DENTIST, OQlce and Hesideuce. iT I 1 M VVc have the largest line to he found in the city at prices ranging from $S,oo to $25.00. THE FINEST RANGE, With latest improvements, only $12.00. HEATING STOVES. 'fllC VcSUVlUS talvCS the lead— the cheapest and handsomest stove in the market. Call and see us before mak ing your purchase. All goods guaranteed to he as represented. CLEAVER & HEARN MFC. COMPANY. 221 MARKET STREET. Sole Agents for Gauze Door Range. Durins' tbe present your 1 ROSS have doubled the capacity of my fctore at No. Market street, an am now able t show you an elegant ass nt meut of latest stylos of Derby and other tints for young and old We also have on hau l an immense stock of Wii ite and Outing Flan nel Shirts, a largo variety of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Full Underwear; a choice se iet tion of Neckwear at 26 and fib cent:; also Suspenders aud K tiens. ) We sell wholesale and retail and return money if gocÙ6 a.» not saiirfactoiv. BOSS, ) | 3 iO MARKET STREET. NOW THAT THE SUMMER SEASON is at baud, we are prepared to supply Picnics, Excursions and Parties Allays Pain and In tlaimuatiun. c 2j UchIm Hie borea. •is. y r* .1^ r.iitLiiL Hi e "mnijn S It Tario «.lia !..'1 v r smell * ^ . T -, fiT. i' x'/X' 50c* Try tll6 Cure, ■jaw" • K^T^FEwER \ »article iaamdied 1 * 11 A l,arl " ,e a : — , f*) ntl^lirH*r** Fusil»!« Hlamoiirt Ural r'FkSSilVhnV À ! DU I C M C.NNYHUTML rILLu F Sïïfe. KiïiSiSZ'iSSStâA »»««iJi-~<;InK.-4DBILADELWilA ▼ »• le-jnt "> - - I,« !fi, «•«.«• s- r-w'kui.r., ujftw-a'.i. „4 1 ••Kelt, r for (,4i»."t. m». re srtura —-rrfci "^VerVctmlcSu-Si >.»-«, rKUFLfitilONAU I-—-— - ■ -■—- z ' - -— ' Boom W, _K ^ultable Bnl Mtrg. nPVPÊTVRÎTINÔ UKsihf.D To Dt) AT 1 l.-iaun hones daring the day. Expert •Iterator, Terms moderate. W. A. LYON, Journal oOco. »»'ILI.IAV. F. SJJAU-SY. ATTORNEY 1 11 at-law, removed to ollîres Xc. S» 1 , LquI 1 able building, Wh and Market streeta. Leaving the city on Pleasure Trips wit), every kind of goods useful aud uecessarj for such occasions. Everything pure and strictly flrst-cisHs. Goods packed in tray manner desired. ROBELEN'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE. No. 10 S West SlvoiiIL St. TELEPHONE U*. i 1 -, m __ a c __ v , a gqf fi| Filil m 1 TgSaBSECREAl BALM '.CutarR'W ^>LO iA; AY FEVER wi' ^ 8* . Cleanses the Nasal Passages. 1 into each nostril and is agreeable. 1-ric.e fiOots Drnzglets; by mail, registered, 6*< KL» BKnTBERb. to Warren street. Now York «I I \ , IZ . ' 8otâ by all Local Drufgtetts TEETH'SCHOOL lleRun Wednesday September 7 . Wo have al reed y begun to ûU pp y tl-o GirU and Iloya with , our popular School and Dress i SHOES Of all iloRirnble grales. Neat, com fort unie ami at our unri vailed low prices. THIS WEEK. JnftUXMXi Is Remnant Week tor light weight and light colored Ox- 1 ford Ties, ISlippers and High ; Shoes for Ladies, Men, Boys aud Girls. Our low prices will 1 make them go tlifs week. 1 I 1 BABCOCK'S FAMILY SHOE HOUSE 20« MARKET STREET, R»»«* Mile, A Im» VP Rerondi E«*t Side. Wo will bo pleased to have you look, and you will bo pleased when vou buy—MUTUAL ADVANT AGE off . A* I r . 11 V r OUR WHEELS ARE GOOR uun ItriLCLO Hr,c OUUU AS THE BEST. i , , 1 , • 1 J' 1 I fin i . t « ». . We haxe a most desirable list of Second Hand Machines, prices from ■f'Jö 00 to tpOO.CO, Pueumatio and Cushion Tires. ' - I mm 1 1 Y Phoenix Pneumatic Tire, • Cleveland Pneumatic Tire, Crescent Pneumatic Tire, 100 \ ' PYLE CYCLE CO «9 807 Market Street. PHONE 353. PROCLAMATION THE STATE OF DELAWARE, executive u i : r a rtm e n t. é$Éi ■ ■ Where®*. "The* World's Congre*« Aux il lufyof tl.e World's Oolumhlnn Kx josh ion f«a* made n patriotic murrest Ion that nt tin* same time that the 1 xpos.tûm Grounds ®t chi nur»* *ro helm*dedicated oi. lecher SI, 1»W. the anniversary of Ihn discovery of America, all flit* people f-t the T'nlted States unite in h! role'oral Ion of the anniversary: of whh li rele brsilon the public school« of The Bepuhlio n** everywhere the c«*ntor; M And. here»». The Department of Super iniendenco of the Nntiunal fc «lutation Asso Hation heartily endor-e the ft boro snutj* stl-m * ah servi ug the purpo*e b< th of intrrosfiot; the youth of the Bcpublir in the Exposition ■nul Hi -0 of U' the publie school»of the Nation a fUHnsr prominence e* tiro fruit • •f four centuries of American l»fe: M And, Whereau, the Preshlrnt of the l*nltecl4 States, hy pmolnmnilnn, ho® :\i»i»o1ntrd Frl day, October 21, 1SÎÂ.', The Four HmvIrrdU Am ivertiary of the UUcoverv «if America hy ColumuUK, as u N tioual Holiday. Xo'f, therefore, i, Robert J. Reynolds, Governor of the St at*» of Delaware, do hereby issue this. iu> protlantatipn, rooommondintf to the cltfzenHoi Delaware, that FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1*02, he ehftcrved a* a Public Holiday throughout the . tat* ; that all burines* lie suspended, and that the public school* everywhere ke made the center of tit and proper exercise« of the celebration of that day, to the end that the youth of theHtate may he impressed whh the growth and greatness ol «*ur country and the autie* ana rcHpoxudbllitlcs of Axiur.cn fthlp. in • i. . .. # » u i ..t Ti,* n " 'i 1 .""??,, h V; . r ' - i tjievnolds.ttovernorof'the. tr, *.t . S. > Belaware, Iiave l.e'otore setam f hand und caused the '-res -.■« ' • ,; >iatv p ,,, vhere u m"»'lived at Paver, ibis Thirtieth day August, in Ihi year of our ! ord one tlion-snd vlgl.t hundred and oioety-two, and In the yen' of the Iiidcpendeiiee of the l im.-d States of America tlie one lured red and "U-eiiUi. Hy the Oovernor. . , ItOHKKT J.Rr.7 NOI.ltP. 1» -,vip t . M auvrn Sec relun of Stale. •iLVINOTON AND NORTHERN BAIL .. i.OAll. Tlme-labl. la effect June J5.PKL TT tins leave W ilmlngtnn. French street -In tiou fer B. * U..luiietlon, filoul. hanin.Luyen •our*, (irafuardv. * k—sarf, ( imdd»' V'ord .tune tion, I'nropson, West Chester, Kmbreevllle, M r'OTivtttr, CootMviUe, \Va.ne»onrg June Jon. ■ i.rtuvi'.eUl, Joanna, birds oro, lieadli.g and Intenncdiule stations, dally, eve i t Sun 2ndT 7i pZ ' P8U " a, ' V W,,ly ' 8,4 ,K ' h. A 1 ). Juin 11 m, Mautehanin. Ouyencrurti flra -nr, 1 . s.-sn Cliadd's Ford Sni.ctlmi, P.s-.osor . Wrel l.esti-r. Fmhr. evllle, Mor ton.iil,-, ( f.atesvilie, Waynesletrg Jui.ctiou. spria -tiei and inteniK-liute , laitons, daily, except Sunday. 5 56 |i in; Sired»). 4 alp in. » Ciatesvllle. »Vest Chester end Inlninisllate Rta , ons.dallyexei pt Snndn - .s 40» m. 150pni. I Hnndny only, at 4 tn end 7(«i p m. j Train* arrive at WilmlnAum. trcnrli MPtrt I c«tA%lon. tnvn B«*adin»f. lrirdet»»*ro, .Ir ai mu, 1 Waynrrihiijr« Juiudlon« f'oafe« W.i .MorloiivlIhsLmbnevilh . WuTlCU.mler, r.K*. peon, ('hadd'ii Ford .bin*-tiou, cSiMirt« Uranouuo,Gnyenoourt. Moxitrhanin« H. a c. .îuu. tion »nd Intermediate Mition«, üiiiy, ei except Sunday, ID 31 mu, rt 16 pm; Sunday j only, 10 31 a pi and 6 3D p nt. Fprinfftiekl, WayneabufK June tiou, I Coarvttvillo, Mortonvlllc, Kinbr^-vlli*, l*ocop ! eon, Wwt ('henttr, t'hadtl'« Ford .lunction, irt, OrNungue, Uuyrncmirt, Montchanlu, ! it. a O. .Junction and * inurnuMliH tc station«, u Jiy, ami 1034am. From L'oateb ville. West Chester aud inter nifttllftt«' «tationn, daily, except Sutiday, 7 12 * uu ,>ni!v G ft3huiull0 84ft m.andsx! pm. A.«!. Mul AI SLAND,Superintendent. BOWSE&8BKl«GKOeneml¥aaseUKcrAgt. ---- - AND HKA1MN«* RAH 1 l;OA!y-"Uo"il Uoute between Pl.lto.Ir» pbt and Atlamlr 4 tty—The only dcaible track B„ c ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION'. Leave Phllailclplda, Chestnut treel wharf. and South street wharf, FOB ATLANTIC CITY, I Week «lavs, expreas, ft Hi a. tn,. 2.00, J-U0. I 5.01 p.nt. Aoonimoda'lun, B.ftU a ufr. 4 15. fi Jn. 0 30 p n.. ÄiÄ" ^ i>tnrniutf, have Athmtk City depot.corner Atlantic and Arkanena avnnur. Week dava-KtpreM. TA M, ». «U ».to a. m and d-L». oé>' p. m. Anommislatlon. 4 I . 8^di^Ä(S^«iuriL»S; "«• p. m. Accoo. 1 m.-di'lion. 7,.«> n. m , and fi.ifi p. m . 1, v fcWKtc.Uill, C. t(. HANtlfK'K. | Ueneral Manager. Oen. Pass. Agent. ' I 1 : PU VI u »■ 4.00. and 1 HATLVKH PKIOE YOTl want to spend for your foot-1 * * wear Hilda its biggest pur l chasing power with usJ The reputation of our houcJ 8 '»? dB fo , r . w , b , at we , ^proientl Not n aeairablo stylo oimttccT in our Fall stock; not a prim quoted that can bo bettered by any competitor in # the race foil trade. F Our own make shoes at $2 fiO foi »ladies are elegant comfort producer; made < f fine Paris glaze stock, ii any desirable shape, and warrantee in every respect, Our $3 00 black bottom shoes for ladies and gentlemen are very popu iav. 1 he leading style for laiitH is, o> title of dull halber with tips ofl the same materi 1 —a typical Fall shoe. The immense sale of our ladies' band made shoos for tender feet at 83 . 50 speaks th-ir merits. Ko shot at double price produces n ore com for style, or wear. Fuld's Shoe House » 226 MARKET STREET. Three doors below Third Street. RAILROADS. > V,S N8 VIVV A NIA H AILHO AT» - STAND-) AHD Railway 01 America—|>roteottu| Throapliout t'\ the Interlocking witch and H1<M.-k Slirfial System. Aiuutt $î, 1881 '■I I II1 • WU.'II V. I'IN S...1 H M, TDIHiIK KAILUOAll. 3.«0 a. m.. Get. 1,1«« Trains will leave Wilmington os follow--: Philadelphia, express, 1 #5, J Ii#, 4 IM, 6 30.7 4S, 7 fio. 1 fit-. •.UI'1, •< 17. inn-., -i >1 1 .SI, II f.l, a ni. «12 IX. I «>. Ill«, 5 HI, (i lu, fi 17, 5 fill, HI«, ♦6 21. 7 on. 7 1». H 12 p in. Ae'onimmlation, H, 3 55, 7 0fi.fi 04, III 45, a m, 1S!W - 2 as. «45. 4 25.5»', 140.740, mao pm. I'huster, express. 1 fi5, 4 20, « »1,7 45.7 50, IV50, rYgisV/pS. ' uao * h61,1 ^ 5 04,5 66,7 ' Accommodation,6 00, n 55,7 05, S 08, 10 45, 11 33 a m, 12 3K, 3 36, 46, 4 36, 5 2", It 40.7 40.10 3111> m. New York, i 65. 2 55. 4 20, # 30, ll 58, 8 50. 10 05. B 5t a ra, m210. 123-. 1 3 ufi. a 45, 5 ill, 5 17, 6 66, « (Ifl, 4« 21. 7 0«, 7 18. 8 12.10 30 p oi. Bimton, without clmngr, D> »6 a m, » r > W p m. Woêt Chester, via Umokio, 690,108 am. 2»h:i45pm. 7 ! Newark renter and Intermediate stations, 40 A nt, 12 £4, 6îWi> in. Baltimore ami intermediate stations, 10IA a m. 1J 06. 2 47, 4 « W p m, rt <0 n1«ht, Hal timoré and Buy Une, n 30 p m. Baltimore and washlngto 1U1Ä. 11 Cl) am, 12 0«, 61 15,2 r. ;»H, : 40* S »-J* m, 12 49 ni>cht. M Trains for Delaware Division leave for: ■ New Castle, 8 15,11 3ia m, 2 5u, 3 50, 4 40, H 15, ■ p m. 12 (»• night. m ,815a m, 4 37 p m. m Harrington, Delnmr and wav statlona, 8 15 ■ a m. Harrington and way si at Iona, 2 50 p in. m E\i»reris for Dover. Hafrin^rron nod Delmar, ■ 11 18 a m. 4 3i n m, 12 01 nicht. B Express for Wyoming ami emvrn*. rt 53 p m. ■ Expn»a« for C ape Oharlea. Old Point C om- ■ fort .md Norfolk, 11 IS a in, 12 ol nigîit. m Leave PhHadefphia, Broad street for Wil-H m. : n''ton, ©xpreae. 8 50, 7 2D. 7 27, 8 31. W |0, lo 2D, ■ to rw. 11 « m, »12 ' :1D,2 't*, ;} n|,;t 4 rt, 8 68,4 Ul.H ♦ 1 . 08A 5 17. 6 On, 5 60, rt r„ 6 57, Î 40, Î1 Irt, 11 8tlH n tn. I2tn ftlvlit. mi An onmHMlntlon, « 2.',7 4*', P*88. Il 5ô a m, 1 82,H 2 28, 8 io, î («1. 4 4rt. ». 2Î. 8 K 10 4«. Ill 40. ||M pm.| Sunda.x Train« U*Hvr Wfindntft PhiTu'klpiiirt It 05 H 51 a 9 12 p m. A< commodation, 7 nO, 8 (>5 a m, 12 It), 1 45. 4 05, 6 80, 10»» v m. Chuter, express. 1 55, h in. 5 04, 5 .jrt, 7 06, V 12 | 7 0>i. R 05 a m, 12 1", 1 IT», Nfw York, express, 1151 am, 12 10. I 80, 3 ♦t» 21. 7 0«, 1080 |i m. Boston, without change, 5 5« p m. \N « st Cherter.via Lamokln, R <»5 a in, 6 80 p m. New Castle, 9 50 f> m. 1806 ni^ht. C'ape Charles, Old l'«»iut Comfort and Nor folk, 1801 nUht, Middletown, olaytmi, irov^r, Wrondne, Fel ton, IlHrringion, Hrid^oville, Sea ford, Lanrcl and Delmar, 12 01 nluht. ngton, 4 4«. H01, 1015 . h 80 p ni, 12 49 ûiÿtht. e omy, « j» m, 12 13 ntaht I'liiiinUli hia. Broad stroot, forWH _ w». n. r <», 7 î». 0 141, 11 IHani, 4 41, m.H :i\ V 1«. 11 :>.» i#m, U i« nUM. Ve no m in« »dat i«>n. H :iT, 10 3 h a m, 12 25,2 05,0 10 ■pHHI ari l II For further In fan nation, naa«eiiKers nre re '« rred to the link et offlne at the nt'itlon. H Vuifrewfomil Limited Lxuress trains com o*m d entirely of iMiliman Vestibule Parlor ml DfningCars, 61 Jmilnd Kxpr^HN trains, composed of Pull man Voallbula Parlor (Jar*, Wstlhnle Paaren* uer (.'annhes ami Dining Cara. U KH. K. PI Ol£ tD-neral Mnim^er. Oerieral pH«a»*nger ARent, . 4 40.8 01,911, dH, 4 2«, 5 83,46 03, Ö 53, «» 50 1 jew 68 for: ess. 1 55. '? fy ., 4 m.l HM 05.5 »»4.5 10,5 5T.« »Fi. 7 (W, Î 25, 55,120.8 59, 900,1096,11 51, • rn. A(-CM»nm<NlMliou, i 05, 6 20, 7 25, lo ill v m. 1 55. 2 55, » 20, 7 00, H 50, 05, 4 (.0, :» 10. 5 50, 0 ce, ITnX uw..t ,, i !^t r! ^ m ^VtiïïLoSv iS u m " it»in»re »n.>, . i» m, ; 1 J lAtave min»ton. Mxon* o 08, t*. 57,7 1 m : J. It. WOOD. B Al.TIMOUE Ar OHIO HAIL HOAD »(hedule In effect May 22. iMitf. Train* leave Delà wire Avenue Depot Kant Bound—Nee ( Yi rt , " • ek à ■■ *■ a, ♦8 OH. *7 40.t8 41,tK»5il 2 -4.Î : *4». u> 88, il R9 p m. Sundays "8tK. *8.53. $10 .'F> a m, $12 21. U u*», Hi •>, OT • - f 77 >51 p in. II.'«Ion, 75 3S p m dally, with Pullman nuffet *1* • Ping car- rtmiihiK llin>ui:h tn Boston with- ,,nt i-harin* vfa Bougnke«ps,s LrtJge, landing pr«..-ne. rs tu II. A- .M. station, Huston. |■|,;|„,ir f w ....|c days. 780». it !»), « 45,37 (0. ; .Vl, .- ... 7» 41. « K). TWfiU, 10 -iti, 71ti;d, 711 63 a m ; 1331, ltd, 73 flu, 307, 4 13, • 05, 75 MK, f 46 t7 », , K UMÏI. tll («tn m. adelphla. Sundays, 730t, dt .7 s „ M a', itn H m : 713 ,J. 11 u. 73 V. 6 05, 75 39, « 45, TTi». »36,10 »C, til Hip in. j Chester, week days, tllis.''"«'. 3(6. 77 F, i'6<k 7« «5, 7*41. !MH. 735', I!»»', rift 3B. .7! I ft.'. 73 3 (15 4 1 i! KK7I, Til li', j. ('heftier, Sunday«. 7 h», lo 3H, i 4 a m; 1 (10. î;., 3 '' .... ' j!.,'',,/ .'"-o' sir relî J. taJllïi. «ff 2 , m '. <10 P m, Hundays, 8 4o, 1 1 '*'• •« a m, r, «I p. m. ,re- r , . „i.aa ' ioLn' c £,'i'.l 'Vn-' a ni,+1 ! t, 5 u,. JOa, 440, ttt 3c. , ... ... ,, . - nr Baltimore sud Way Statlona, , Q2 a m. 305 I XiÄ pel.. +1 54 7 4 2, f 4T-a m: *12 10.8 05. ; '■*' * '! ,■ * W> ' +0 A i,î' 1(111 . , Btltsburg. 4. ni. *4 40 p m, ctolly. J J, 1 *!!'."!'' r> , r ' , ',,ï 0, „ „ , . 'innat 1 and^ t. i.om«, +L- 10 pm and v, BJK- '«'In unity. , _ j't'T.T ' •'m.motlation. ilCam, SO,», .35 1 H V".. •'m uatiy. Landem.irg ... . rew. odatlnn, week da»», 0J.1II«, a m and 4 «pm. Suidais : m uix«. 3.#0 .oui 4 Trr.in* l6»nn* aahtk'*! ' jt** * * * ♦ , Fnr New Yorx.wuokA ** MM**\M* m'ftnn V* ^ ' Î—À** ^ i * n ..' * r Ü c ^ ä ^ ÎÎV c rn Imltluxnn*. week da\H. & 85, C 50, p» 20, JR ^ ! r v * 1 • pm ' Sunday, 6 J) am; ■ " and t •*?V* , * # , _ lAudnnbcr« |,u i l r . w *.î«tî , 1 !l* f, fi5*3ïSÎ l «J »K * * I* h in; 2 W, 6 00 p m. Sundays, wm; • ' » ^* .too . .... „ * bu'aaoand Pltln-ui« IkRI h ta. ually ex cep» blinda v. ♦» > «m., da* 1 '. LlncmiwM anx i^t. Louis, ♦!! xi m dail> except »»day,-- ™ u . . X^uve Fhliadtdrhi» .orlirrin^tofu .^VA kd ">'" " 4 WJl* Æ •! É J tl°^o •• J I-noon. D 45, 2 0M, ***• | h, 45 61, rt 4, 84, 6 10, HUM01U : *7m d«vS." - l.V60'78 Ifi. 830. 10m tll 35 a m i r. i n *00. 31», *705.4 30, ti61, «3B, *1*4, . 1 • .i.i)3»rr- i . v , a-il t i jpre-s Unir*. 1 lieplione No. 103 u tes o »» «tern t oints lower tlianvlaany t her line. C. o. Wl'I.L. 44ei T Pass. AgcnL J. T. ODELL. General Manager. , fit'. 7f 3 00,4 loa in ; ^ 7 ofl. 8 ' i ^ 6 45, 7.50, 48 53, 2 60 , a Üô, 4 10, 6 06 , ' m. . 3!7.«2 + 87 +47 59, 9 PERFECT OCCILISTS* ADJUSTMENT PIIESCKIPTIONS GUARANTEED FI (.LEU. R. n. BAYNA KP. i COCKER FIFTJ4 AND MARKET HT Wilmington, del.