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ONLY DEMOCRATIC DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE. ■VERY DAY HO OT SUNDAY. JOURNAL PRINTING COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. Entered at tbe Wilmington post offloe as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, RATES, (In advanced »so One year..... Ox month... Three LR .76 months One month... M ADVERTISING RATES. Cards furnished on application. nrCRSDAT. DECEMBER 2«. 1«»». !r France bad a stronger government nobody would dare to prove such shock ing scandals against the members of the government, GKOROt GOULD was recently receiving the highest salary ever paid an employe because, perhaps, his thrifty father re garded it as a division of plunder. Art woman who wishes to attend the "World's Pair as an exhibit rather than as a visitor, can array herself in the terrible costume of a dress reformer. Labouchkrk has sold the London Dally News for i'00.000. He bought it. a few years ago for £11,000. That shows the profit of kicking aud kicking persist ently. A GIRL who cannot be entertained otherwise, one who Is neither a good talker nor a patient listener, msy be allowed to rest her head upon your shoulder to think. IT Is astonishing that those three Re publican judges In Wyoming can have the hardihood to decide that the Repub lican steal is Illegal, when their party needs Senators so badly. If someone had asked Mrs. James Brown Potter- Kyrie Beilew to pose for the Montana statue she could have re paid that fli,000 which Manager Minor loaned her to become an actress. Raum denies that be Is bolding back 200,000 adjudicated pension claims and everybody knows that Raum Is a little George Washington, not i painted by Gilbert Stuart, but whitewashed by the Reed Congress. So boon as the French statesmen began their absorbing discussion of the Panama canal scandals the astronomers wisely withheld any additional remarks they intended to make concerning the Schiaparelli canals on Mars. Th« Louisville Courier-Journal says: Gentlemen who are wasting tears over Kentucky's fancied suffering on account of the corner In whiskey, should come to Kentucky and be agreeably convlnroo that we don t drink that sort- of stuff b ere - It is the stuff of Peoria, UL, that has gone np ; the Kentucky beverage goes down. It often carries the man who loves it down with it. ^ I Mrs. POTTttn Pai.mbr may love fame but she objects to that sort of fame which her picture promotes on a brewery calendar. In the centre 'of a' star, sur rounded by sprigs of grain and sur monnted bv a view oFthe Women's Building at"the World's Fair, Is the por tr.lt of the president of tho Board 0 f Lady Managers, the leading star In the Chicago social world. Mrs. Palmer can Arthur Glynn Brisk, a young Eng llshman. a consln of Lord Wolverton, and the sou of a lieutenant colonel In the English army, washeld in $1,000 ball on * charge of theft In the Tomb# Police Court, New York yesterday morning. Among other thing# against which he directed Is predatory energy were postage stataps taken from letters. Young Bigge was trying to personate that extreme type of meanness mentioned but never actually realized In this country—mean enough "to steal a penny from the eyelid of a dead nigger." not help being a star, and she cannot ob ject to being known as a star, but sbe does object to the constellation in which she 1* fixed—It la too beery. - ■ — I-— I ArrRR an autopsy held on the body of 1 Reinach, the French Panama canal- I briber the experts declare that be was « *— • »« that he was poisoned, just tbe same. His death wa» so sudden and so timely that they cannot be convinced that it was a natural death. He would have been exposed to the world th# next day ,, , , . ... o If he had lived. Providence is bat it is rare that Providence inter feres in human affairs with such ap propriate and prompt solicitude for a the sadden death man's reputation as of Banker Briber Re'nach i dlcates In the interview concerning the sort of Senator New York should have Mr. Cleveland states plainly that Mr, Murphy is not that kind of a statesman. j. _ , — • , makes uo objection to Mr. Murphy, per +onal or otherwise; he simply says what Mr. Murphy's most ardent admirers esu not deny, that he is not t he kind of a man that New York should send or that the Democratic party needs In the Sen ate. There ore pretty strong indications that Mr, Cleveland s words will have some effect. indications, too. that M>-. Cleveland has been reading wbat soma of tb# Demo cratic newspaper» have bid to say on tb? subject He There are pretty strong W is wise policy to ob+erv« the adage "tbsver look Into the mouth of a gift horse." bat there are exceptions. Trojans of old accepted the Greek gift without question aud Troy fell, sitjee that era the strong have made various efforts to impose upon the IHy of the weak or of tho many till when Carnegie and Roekefhllet Tl.e HT« Cl wTS. b#fK& to offer tit bo» of their million« to hitAkle tlb iti 4-wd*e the - ro-i - r.* (boU »#«v»J a few iheldahJ dollars to the churches in New York they were rejected because the good people of the church did not wish to offer money to the service of the Iiord which had been gathered by a railway wrecker, by a system of legalized rob bery Carnegie's proposed gift to Pitts burg lias been declined for the same rea son. I f ho had meant well to the people why did he uot prevent the bloodshed at Homestead? Why does he not succor the homeless and suffering? Rockefeller, who made his money in one of the most gigantic, dishonest and crushing monopolies of modern times, or of any time, has given a million dol lars to the Chicago University. It Is not impossible that Rockefeller Is attempting to make Ills peace with the Lord too. During his visit to Mr. Cleveland yes terday Speaker Crisp probably spoke that speech that was not spoken si the Re form Club dinuer. The activity of Wilson's friends sud of the friends of other meu whom Speaker Crisp remorse lessly turned down has impressed Speaker Crisp with the idea t hat even if "Cleveland cannot carry New York'' he can carry some other parts of the country equally necessary to a Presiden tlal candidate. What the people desire they have made known In the last two elections aud that is that they expect I tlie Democratic ;party to do Its duty. If I the people had preferred the ghost of Ran Jail ism, which still hovers about [ under the plea of protecting the ' 'buai uess Interests" and lu the mask of "pro tection Democrats," they would not have voted against the Republicans in the last two national elections with such unmistakable vigor and volume. (lall voted against tbe Democrats who Introduced the Morrison bill; he voted Ran with the Republicans. Crisp represents I the ghost of the sentiment which pre 1 vented the people from getting at the ItRrlff years ago and which made It pos | *>ble to put Harrison in the Presidential chair by a dicker in New York and I against a popular majority in the I country. The "protection Democrat" has stood In the game and lost | every trick ; he never held any trumps, and bluff cannot affect u man ou the other side who is dead game. The "protection Democrat" should retire to think. ir must be a great shock to loyal Re publicans to learn of the decision of the Republican court of Nebraska refusing a mnmlam as in favor of the defeated Re publican candidates, who wanted cer tificates of ^election to office for which they had been defeated. It must have been a still greater shock to leant that the three Republican Judges composing the Supremo Court of Wyom ing have refused to permit the court to be used as a partisan instrument in carry 1U K ou * a fraud to defeat the popular will In the choice of members of the Leg islature. They hold that the Canvass Board of Carbon county consisted of the clerk mid two justices of the peace, and not of the clerk ulono with the two justices as mere per functory witnesses of his act, and they decided that ttie returns signed by the majority of the board must be ac cepted. Tbe clerk undertook to re elect himself and to elect two members of the Legislature by throwing out a decisive precinct against tbe protest of his asso süw ■ Si m, «'«tes, both of whom were Republicans. With this unfavorable and unrighteous "°n them 1the schemers for the control of the Senate w, 11 be left ... a -ÜBtressing condition. These gentlemen, who included many of the leaders in Washington, but not, we are happy to say, Senator Higgins, whose soul revolts al any unfairness or trickery, have en dorsed tho attempts to steal Kansas, 1 Nebraska and Wyoming in vain, I really seems that there are many men, I even judges, who are finding It Impossi I We to do the bidding of tbe leaders in this mournful crisis. Perhaps some of I them think the Republican party Is dead, I and perhaps others have determined 1 'to I get In out of the wet," or, at least, not | to venture out Into the rain. They have I determined to defy their party and be | honest, It NEWSPAPER OPINION. PrUe-FIghter«. New York Tribune. 1 ah these hard hitters, these iron I knuckled bullies, are unscrupulous law breakers, whom decent people must look STJÏ1Ï St ever they ^ AU thelr do i U(Ç8i a n their boastings, all their foul talk about their rivals are diligently reported at great length These fellows occupy so larg »■P*" j n 4 the P ublic **«- an . d ,, ! officials in too map y cases so delight in | showing thorn honor, instead of sundtng I tjjem to the pi isons .which are the proper homes of these criminals, that great I numbers of weak minded and strong 1 muscled young men are tempted to follow tbe examples of these ruffians, to live lives like theirs, and to souk notor iety ami money through the agency of the prize ring. The Dublin Ujimmllen, Nt w York it is to be hoped that neither Partiel [j( es nQr „nti l'arnellltes are guilty o f this treason a-ainsi their country; but Us effect in England, nevertheless, will t»II heavily against their cause aud aga ist Liberal interests. Only a f«w ... <ks bave elapsed since the Gladstone government abrogated tbe crimes sc*. Balfour's rand» nf rtiUt>- Ireland will no- strong' y recommend itself to tusny that point. minds hitherto unsettled Utilities« Kansas. Memphis Commen iul. With Mr« Lease and Whiskers A. Peffer iu tbe Senate, Socklcss Simpson in tbe House, Jlm-Jam Ingalls on tbe lec ture platform and Bill WhUkerless kins editing a blobdy-shirt Republican newspaper, bleeding Kansas will get the uetoriety she is hankering for during the next'j ear. Pm >f+ Murphy. New York TUnes. There is ever y rea son for confidence that pellet Ot reform wtU succeed, in spite of the failure of New York to give the aid Which tha eoofiltf h** a right to effect fnm it. Dei Iks 1+ttwt th»« pravok«d administration and the will not end with the election of a sena tor, and no alternative will be left to the Cleveland Democracy of this state but to destroy the machine that has been used for the defeat of its purposes. The party cannot a*ord to leave the power of its organization in hands which so wilfully and wantonly abuse It for personal ends. AlarmUl Crank« Confounded, Now York Herald. appears that the powerful war ves sels built by Canada recently carry one six-pounder smooth-bore brass gun apiece, and that the total crew on board each of these fierce corsairs of the unsalted seas will not exceed seventeen men The dis patch further hints that someone mistook the peaceful aud necessary hawse-pipes for death-belching torpedo lubes. It is to be hoped that the craft are uot fitted with bowsprits, for if so some ignor ant alarmist, on seeing the harmless pro jections. will Inform the Treasury De partment that the Canadian revenue cut tors are supplied with spurs as formida ble as that belonging to the Ammen ram. It And Look at l*«or Carter. Boston Herald. Some time ago the people of Philadel phia, without distinction of party, turned out to a grand reception to Chair man Harrlty. Now they have been giving him a dinner, the most eminent Republicans as well as Democrats being present to drink to his health. This is a fine Indorsement of the chief manager of the Democratic campaign. All parties admire a square fighter, whose methods are decent. Tho Sonnt« NootU lift Bruin*. Chicago Herald. Eight years ago on his first accession to the Presidency Mr. Cleveland made the mistake of drawing heavily Democratic representation in the Senat# for Cabinet material. The withdrawal of Bayard, Lamar ami Garland from that body was most unwise, and the un wisdom of the President's action was apparent before the Cleveland adminis tration was many months old. Mr. Cleveland should be careful uot to re peat his mistake of eight years ago. on the Oimranl Inc Knock. Out Protection. Pittsburg Dispatch, Quarantine outranks the tariff lu 1m portance just now. and It will do so until measures have been flamed to make the protection of this country from foreign dlseas# as perfect as possible. There is uo excuse for a partisan consideration of the matter. A Federal quarantine sys tem, well equipped, with all that modern science demands for Its efficiency, is es sential to the nation's safety and must be arranged. to 1.0|1 on the KxlI'll Hail Things. Atloomi Times, Now Is tbe time to reform and be ready for the uew year, determined to make it the best that you have ever lived. Pick out all your old habits; If you have none, look around for minor defects lu yourself, aud then philosophi cally consider how to proceed against them. Make yourself better, aud you will not regret that you turned over a now life, when you contemplate the com pleted record of 1891J. A Divine Bight. St. Liinis Star-Sayings. Foreigu powers hold the opinion, evi dently, that their mostly divine right of making American ports the dumping ground for their undesirable subjects must not lie interfered with. Tho con descension of the Bourbons to tbe wishes of European potentates will watched with interest. be WAITING. A little face at the window. When the lamps flash out in the street, A Utile pale face waiting The coming of welcome feet ; A pressure of baby lingers, A shimmer of golden hair, A little laugh In the hallway, A little trip on the stair. A little pngctit passing Through ti»echurchyard A little home that Is empty. A little grave by the mil. A little season of waiting, f Weeping, and » tping of tears, I a new star gently rising Shines over the valley of years. In the gleam of w hose morn's aw aking. When (lie clouds and the shadows pari. When a holler sunlight breaking In peace on the mother's heart. She will smile at the storm and darkness. The clouds and the twlhglit star. Neath a sun that knoweth no setting V» I ere the souls of her loved ones are, J. It. Parke In Commercial Advertiser. hush and st ill. TlYl LOOKING FOR A SENATOR. Tit« I'reddent-Elec« and New York Demo crat« Consider Hl«c«ck's Probable Suc cessor. Nbw York, Dec. 20.—It is reported that a conference was held yesterday morning on the senatorial question be tween President-elect Cleveland, ex May William B. Grace and Charles P. Me Clelland in Mr. Cleveland's law office. It Is understood that the names of two men were discussed at this conference, either of whom would be acceptable to Mr. Cleveland. They were Congressman W. Bourke Ooekran and Frederick R. After bie talk with Cleveland Senator McClelland said "lam not at liberty to tell what passed between tbe Presi dent and myself. 1 think 1 can vafely say. however, that Mr. Murphy will be opposed in the caucus. 1 have no doubt that tbe nomination of Mr Cockran would be agreeable to Mr. Cleveland. Since the election Mr. Cockran has been on the wannest terms of friendship with the PrtHident elect, lie U in perfect touoh with him on the tariff, silver and other vital public, questions and would make u most admirable United States Amoug those who seemed most pleased with the idea that Mr. Cocktail be sent to tbe Senate was E. Ellery Anderson, who until recently, bus been regarded as oppofed to Mr Cockran. Richard Cfoker did not object to being quoted, hecRuae. h« said, "tho people already know what l think of Mr Mur pby. I cannot say too much in favor of Mr. Murphy ami 1 cannot speak too highly of him" ..1 DECLINE TO TALK. HUI. Flower and Murpby Refuse to Com ineot ou Cleveland'« Senatorial View«. Amv'T. N Y Dec. 29—Senator Hill was in his Moms lu the Kenmore House last night busy opening letters when a reporter called to ask an interview on Mr Cleveland's expressions regarding Ed *ard Murphy, Jr. Senator Hill paused only long enough to glance over the con t*uta of the 'etter be bad opened and lten said "ton may say I h*v« nothing to say ou the senatorial question or the "V"re«or' Flower when asked for bis opiuiou ou the Cleveland interview # î ld : m . 0 * t Nftt9e *° " y 011 " u,abJt * 4 - X. Y., bwt '4».«+Sdward T»#t. . Murphy, Jr. was seen at his residence last night and asked if he had anything to say about Mr. Cleveland's Interview. '•At present I will say nothing whatever on the subject," Mr. Murphy replied. NalUlmr.v'" New Hunk. HamsI'. unv.Md.,Dec. 20.—The Farmers sud Merchants'Havings Hank is the name of a new banking Institution organized In Halisbury yesterday, with tbe follow ing officers: George D. Insley: K. C. Horsey, Oak Hall, Va; W. H. Stevens, Beaford, Del. ; John Robinson, Sharp town; N. T. Fitch, R. D. Grier, W. H. McOonkey, A. F. Parsons, L. P. Coul bourn, Lacy Tboroughgood, D. W, Per due and U. Brewlugtou, of Salisbury. Mr. Stevens is president and Mr. Grier vice-president Dr. Samuel A. Graham was elected cashier. Dr. Graham was for a long t ime connected with the Salis bury National Bank, aud is at preseut the cashier of the Elizabeth City Natlona Bank. For gale. A flrsl-tlass barber shop. Good reason for -elllug. Thi-ee chairs and over 100 cups. Will sell cheap. Apply al 430 East Sixth si reel,. SURPRISE PRAYER MEETING. 'nNtnr White of Cookmmt ChiiPC'h 8nr Twice In One Kvening. I A special invitation was extended by Brother Kelly, class leader of Cook man M. E. Church, last Sunday, to all members to he present at the church last evening for reconsecration to the service. They responded, and when the pastor, Rev. William L. White, arrived, to his astonishment he found the little church crowded, and lie praised the Lord for what he said he hoped was hut the commenemeut of a new work in the church. Brother Solomon Hersey was the last one to speak and he said lie was glad to say that It was his good fortune to be present to speak a word about the ad vancoment of Cookman M. E. Church under the leadership of Pastor White. He remarked that he was glad to be able to extendito him the prayers and sympathy of the ent ire membership of Cookman and say that they so highly appreciate his work aud labor of love amoug them that they desire that he might attend conference wearing a brand new suit. So, behalf of the members and friends of his church, he presented the box in his hand, containing a full suit of clothing, which he hoped he, the pastor, would be spared to wear with great profit In the service of the Lord Pastor White said be had now been a pastor for ten years and mostly when a surprise was ou foot he got some tidings of it; but he must soy that this one was a complete surprise and he could now why so many smiling faces were present. He hoped that he might ever he faithful to the confidence imposed upon him, that in the three years pastor ate at Cookman he had done wh it he could to promote the cause aud build up a strong church. At the close of the service ice cream and cake were served to all present In the upper room of the church in abund ance. "ii ance. TWO COMRADES BURIED. Henry W. Peter# and Kdward B. Wright Laid to Rest. Henry W. Peters, w ho died on Tues day morning of locomotor ataxia, was buried this afternoon by his comrades. Lafayette Lodge, No. 11, A F A VI , had the fu'jorul and the f barial rs ol that charge of body was escorted to tin- p ace by a number of the nn-ui order. Many members of tho. Order of Railway Conductors Nos. 2 and 23 at tended. A fioral pillow was received from t he former and a «oral design with the words "Faith, Hops and Charity" In scribed. Rev. William F. Brainbridge conducted the services at the late home f tho deceased, 5u3 West Thirteenth street, at 2 o'clock. Interment made in the Riverview cemetery. The funeral of E. B. Wright, the P. W. Si B railroad freight conductor, who was killed at Delmar, on Monday, by au express train, took place from his late residence, Tff'J Pine street, this afternoonj Division No. 221, Order of Railway Conductors, of which Mr. Wright was a member, attended the funeral in a body. Tig) order presented a fioral pillow as a bequest. There were several other floral offering*. . 1 Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, conducted the funeral and Rev. George M. Hickman officiated, were held at his late home and interment made in the Wilmington and Brandy wine Cemetery. w ; i The services was WANAMAKKHB. Philadelphia, Thnr-day. December 29.1882. The weather today is likely to he clear. Hundreds of business and , . . çrOlCSSlOna ready tO buy (JlllCe l umiture _ Qr %V J\\ foe during this Week. .. , f " limr j. 1 O all SUCH £1 ICW \\OiUS. Seven rOOITiS in the Fumi tUTC Store are arranged tO s h ow Office Furniture and he . xxr,u;„ onrl longings. Within tuCm ana without are collected Desks, . „ . . f fit- _ Chairs, CabmetS lor tiling paocrS Revolving Book Cases r U • ^ P , TT.irnît-.ir.» cUlCl £Ul tuC nCCUCQ I UrnituFC f or comfort and USC in a husi HCSS OlllCC* Qf Desks there are forty SOrtS, Flat Desks, Rolling-top Desks High Desks. The & r-v i „ „„ <t , j IvOlhng-tOp UCSKS arc -p > o, J 20 $-»2. SO. $,7. SO, $>S, * **•*■»* ? ' t'' $4^» $45» $55» t^^» 4 * ^ 5 » w/ 5 * 0-g o xD«, tx , (X j $110, $120, "i « J -ri „ m.,» $ 125 . $ I $0, pi $0. I DL l lilt Desks are $8.50, $12. $12.50. $14, $15, $16, $20, $30, $32. Office Chairs vary from $3.25 to $12.50. Every article is cheap with the market. Among the Desks men are now are some great bargains. One ! r t n p i, p . Desk-makinff firms I . 1 L ' CiK 1 IS about COnccntraiing attCIl ÿon UDOll another line of Fül *■["** U I . . lllture. 1 illS gUVC US a Uar g™ chanCC ' We lUoU lt " Rlld pass it along. After the Furniture. Station ery. VVe do that too. d»«r. 1>W WANAMAKER'8 Jack Frost on the rampage and the Women's Coat man in a mid-Summer price mood! if those over-loaded manu facturers had seen zero weather ahead maybe they wouldn't have been so fast to lose Ulster money. Half a dozen from the fur trimmed Goats tell the story; At —English Box Keefers of black Diagonal Cheviot, large sleevas, lapped seems, full shawl collar and fronts of genuine black astra khan fur fasleued with fur head loops. At .$7—Walking Coat of Camel's Uair Cheviot, ISO in., French back, lapped seams, generous sleeves, front, collar and cuffs edged with blue fox. At |9—Black Diagonal Cheviot Box Coat, 510 In., French back, large sleeves, full shawl collar and fronts of choice black astrakhan fur half lined with good satin, head loop fastenings. At fit—Cheviot Walking Coat, 'd4 In., with large lapped seams, full sleeves, Medici collar, side pock ets, collar, front and cuffs edged with Labrador seal. At flO—English Walking Coat of Vicuna-finished Cheviot, dfi In., lapped seams, tight back, large full sleeves, side pockets, notched collar, and fronts of genuine black astrakhan fur, half lined with heavy satin. At fid—Walking Coat of soft, black Diagonal Cheviot, 80 In., lapped seams, French back, large gener ous sleeves, collars and front? of Siberian fur, half lined with heavy satin, silk loop fastenings. At f 14—English Walking Jacket of Diagonal Cheviot, correct back, generous sleeves, large notched col lar, lapels, fronts and cuffs of blue fox, half lined with good, heavy satin, retail value, $25. At f 15—Cheviots and VeuitianCloths, creamiest and beat of the imported Coats and Jackets. Some have fur collars, all were made by the fore most manufacturers of the world. Values have been f2d.50 to fdO. Misses' Long Garments as well. We mean to start the season without any of the crop of ' 92. This morning Hungarian Ulsters Inverness Newmarkets Military Cape Newmarkets in cheviot, stripes, plaids and fancy weaves go to ten dollars each. Have been up to $25. Sizes 14 to 18 years. Second floor, Chestnut street. IOHN WaNAMAKER a In BUY YOUR Holiday Presents AT 415 MARKET STREET. He has a large Stock of Furni ture and other goods, suitable for Holiday Presents. Come early and make your selections, and we will keep them and deliver when or dered. WM. B. SHARP i CO.. MOURNING AND BLACK FABRICS. Henrietta, Clairette,! Convent Cloth, Rhadame# Frlcotlne, Ardnture, Mervllleuz, Satin d'Lvon, Cashmere, Undine Clotb, Nun'« Veiling, Prlrtcetla, Drap d'Aluia, Satin Luxor, Cuurtlauld Crape«, Uro« Grain Rbadzamlr. The Best Black Goods to Bay. Tbe Best Black Goods to Wear. The Best Assortment Here. Fourth and Market Sts. DANIEL ROSS, 210 MARKET STREET. We are constantly receiving new shipments of GENT'S DERBY HATS In all tho loading Fall styles, in cluding tho Dunlap, Knox, Yeoman and others. VVo carry the largest Stock Of Hals in the city and sell at the lowest cash pricer. ' We are also piseing in a new stock of Fall inter \j N DERW KA rl, and expert to have 50 different styles and quali ties for men. Our enlarged store, 25ll08 feet and four stones high, euab es ns to keep a larger aud bet ter stock, with improved facilities for Serving our trade. 8 Th# flueal place ftj tiie_city to get a Cup of mnc Ä^äckk»i&ran' d orT: 80 . TtJé 'fôwita ÔtRîtfT. Ç, iy. i|0LT, froprlater, MO ROSS, MARKLT STREET. LOOK I LOOK I LOOK! WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE. «■and tefi. THE EVENING JOURNAL LEADS. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. ALL THE STATE NEWS. FULL TELE GRAPHIC REPORTS By Special wire to the evening journal The Evening Journal gives the largest and best newspaper ever printed in this state, for the least money. $3 P er year or 25c. a month. now GET THE BEST. The Evening Journal has lately had run into its office a special wire, giving its patron* all the live telegraphic news. SEC0ND TO NONE chaklkh fehrknbach. ]> (be tenant ami occupant of tbe house , Ä^injSS f* -m pi.*»™ with th«* r»otiir«m«*nté nf the act* of ilS.Thfe' ÄouSTÄ Htate of Delaware. In and for New Castle M üÄÄ"Ä c.Ä figTia quantltl## than one quart, to b# drunk on tb* premises, and tha toUOWlng rrenectebl# citi zen j of 4ai<t ward at l»a«t twelve of whom aie »ubëtanlial fr« eh old -f« of saia ward, rvooomiti'd the said application, viz; Peter Me Alter Hugh U#S#n Jam#« Wills W J* Robinson Isaac tUllla VF llharl-'i Vt-tler \vni. Alsenlser Wm. a went any LfulsKwesr Win. Gat ; a Frauds H.Jaquot Thomas Fa mer * Mon Hud j Gwritc Bphou.;ltopf Jamc« Alexauter Andreàï'scbaUer if&sjÄL fejS&safj* JamUAjaçaT fettSä.*- Ù " b»* 4 *"*'' sudi l aJ fiuakn L1CBNSK APPLICATION. RAILROADS. P ENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD —STAND ARD Railway of America—Protected Throughout by the interlocking switch ano BlockSignal SvHtem. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON and BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. December. IS, 1892. Trains will leave Wilmington un follows; Philadelphia, exprès», l fin, 9 66, 4 20, 8 00.7 42, 7 w, » to, « a), « w, io oft. io is. ii so, ii as, u m. a m, 112 1». 1 39, 3 Of., & 04, 0 10. 6 17, 6 6B, 6 I«, +8 31. 7 0«. 7 18, 9 12 p m. Accommodation,0 00, ft f>5, 06, 8 00,10 4T.,a in, 1*33, 2 26, 340, 4 a>. 6 20, B 40, 40, 10 30 pm. Chester, express, 1 66, 4 20, 6 30.7 42,7 60, 8160. « 00, « 53, 10 05, 11 20, 1151, am, 6 04,6 68, 7 08. 718, 8 12 p m. Accommodation,« 00, 6 66,7 05, 8 06,10 46,11 83 a m, 12 83, 2 26. 3 40.4 25, 6 20, 8 40,7 40. 10 3dp m. New York, 1 66. 2 66, 4 20,8 30, 8 56. 8 50, 10 06, 10 48, 11 61 a m. «12 IB, 1 39, 3 06, 3 40, B 10, 6 17, t 66, 6 06, 46*1, 7 08, 7 18, V 12, 10 30 u in. New Orleans, Richmond, aud Danville Ex cess, 7 41 p m, daily. All sleeping cars and lulng car. Boston, without change, 10 16 a m, 6 68 p West Chester, via Lamukin, 8 SO, 8 08 2 28.3 40 p m. Newark Center and intermediate stations, 7 40 a m, 12 84,6 33 p m. Baltimore aud Intermediate stations, 10 18 am, 12 06.2 47, 4 46.0 06 p in, 12 13 night. Baltimore and Bay Line, 6 23 p m. iVashlugteu, 00. ft 06, 3 08. m. a in# 4 48, 8 01, 9ÎL d 24, 6 17,t# 08, Baltimore and 1016, HOT am. 12 6 68, 7 46. 8 20 p m, 12 49 night. Trains for Delaware Division New Castle, 8 16,11 33a m, 2 6U. 3 40, 4 40,6 14. 6 60, 9 51 p in, 13 06 night. Lewes, 8 15 a m, 4 37 p m. Harrington. Delmar and way stations, 8 16 a m. Harrington and way stations, 2 60 p m. Express for Dover. Harrington and Delmar 18 a ra, 4 37 pm, 12 01 night. Express for Wyoming and Smyrna, 6 60 p Express for Cape Charles, Old Point Com fort and Norfolk. 11 18 a m. 12 01 night. Leave Philadelphia, Broad street for Wil mington, express, 3 8U, 7 30, 7 26, 8 81, 9 10,10 20, 10 iw; 11 18 a m. 312 28, 1 30, 2 02, 8 46. 8 68. 4 01, 4 80, b 08, 46 18, 6 80. 5 58, 6 17. 7 00, 7 40,1116,11 20 n m. 12 03 night. Accommodation, 6 20,7 36,10 88,11 6S a m, 1 82 2 28. 8 10. 4 03, 4 37. « 22. 8 38. 10 08.10 40. Sunday Trains—Leave Wilmington for; Philadelphia, express, 1 65, 2 66, 4 20, 8 50,9 C, 1161 am, 13Ë3 05, 6 04, 6 10.6 66 8 06,7 06,7 6, 9 12 p m. Accommodation, 7 00, 8 06 a m, 1210, 1 46, 4 06, 6 20,10 80 p m. * Chester, express, 155, 4 20. 8 50, 9 00. 1161, a m. 5 04, 5 56, 7 06,9 12 p m. Accommodation, 7 00.8 cTa m. 12 in. 146. 4 05. 6 20,7 26. New York, express. 155, 2 56, 4 30, 7 00, Î 50, 61 am, lé 10, 139, 3 06, 4 06, 5 10, 6 66, 6 06, U) 21. 7 08, 10 80 p m. . „ I ■ Boston, without change, 5 56 p m. West Chester,via Lamokin, 8 05 „ . New Castle, 9 61 p m, 12 06 night. Cape Charles. Old Point Comfort folk. 1*01 night. „ _ . Middletown, Clayton, Dover, W yomlng, Fel ton. Harrington, BrldgevlUe, Seaford, Laurel a Delmar, 12 01 night. Baltimore and Washington, 4 46, 6 01, 10 15 a m, 12 06, 6 17, tS 03,7 46, 820 p m, 13 49 night. Baltimore only, 6 06 p m. 12 13 night Leave Philadelphia, Brood street, 1 mlngton, express, 3 60, 7 01, 910, 11 Is a 5 98, 7 00, 7 40, 8 35,11 lA.llèo Accommodation, 8 35, 10 38 8 38,10 03 pm. For further Information, passengers are re ferred to the ticket office ol the station. ^Congressional Limited Express trains com posed entirely of Pullman Vestibule Parlor and Dining Cars. JUmitetTExpress trains, composed of Pull man Vestibule Parlor Cars, Vestibule Passen ger Coaches and Dining Car. OHA8. E. PUGH. (ieneral Manager. General Passenger Agent leave for: 11 m. lu.tn in. it a m, 130 p m. and Nor at forWtl m. 4 80, p m, 12113 night, am. 12 35,2 06. 8 10 J. R. WOOD. B altimore * OHIO RAIL ROAD schedule In effect Nov. 13, 1892. Trains leave Dela ware Avenue Depot East Bound—New York, week days,' 18 03, 77 40,78 4L »10 36 am, 718 24,7253,75 38, 77 39 p m. Sundays. »8 03, +8.53, »10 3«. a m, »12 24, 28 53. Î5 38. 77 39 p m. Boston, 76 38 p m dally, with Pullman unffev Bleeping cars running through to Boston with out change via Pougnkeenstu bridge, lauding passengers In B. & M. station. Boston. Philadelphia, week days, 73 U3. 6 (»1, 0 35,77 40. 7 60, 78 65, 78 41. 9 00,79 60, 10 36.710», 711 62 a m; 712 24, 100, 72 63. 3 05, 4 15. 6 05. 76 88, 6 28, 77 39, 8 28, 10 00,71100 pm. Philadelphia. Sundays 7313,6 36.7 60, 7< 66, 9 00, 710 3811 40 am; 7$ 24, lui, 72 (3,8 06,4 06, 6 06. 76 38. 6 28, 77 39. 8 26,10 00.711 ID p m. Chester, week days, 78 ( 3.8 00, j.35, 77 40, (80, 78 66, 78 41, V 00, 7» 60, 10 3b. »10 ». 711 ta a m; 100, 72 63,3 06, 416, 5o5. 71 8s, 828, 7739, 828, 10 00, 7U00pm. Chester, Sundays, +303, 8 35, 7 50, 9 00,+10 36. 1140 am; 100. »2 53. 3 06,40 +5 38. 8 28, +7 39, 8 2'., 1 IX«) ,71100. i m. Atlantic City, wee* days, +7 40 a ra, +2 63, p m: Sundays, 6 35. a m, +2 60 p. m. WEST BOUND. Baltimore and WasMrgton, week days,+4'47, 7 08. + 8 47 a ra; +1210, +2 06, 3 06. +4 40. +8 24, +7 69, 9 21 p m. Sundays, 74 47.7 02, 78 <7, a m, 712 10, 72 06, 3 06,+4 4U. 78 24,+T 59, »9 41 pm. Baltimore and Way Stations, 7 0S a m, 8 06 p m, daily. i-V 1 y V, ♦8 63. f, 6 06. Newark, Del., week days, +4 47. 7 02, +8 47 a m; +12 10. 3 05, +4 40, +« 24, 7 36, +7 59. +9 21,11 10 p m. Kundavs, +4 47, 7 02,+8 47 a m.. +1210, 3 U6 +4 40, +8 24. 7 36, +7 59, +9 4L 1110 p Pittsburg, +8 47 a m, *4 40 p m, daily. Chicago, +8 47 a n , +4 40 p m, daily. Cincinnati and St. Louis, +12 10 p m ana ♦7 58 p m. both dally. Hlngeny accommodation, 7 08 a m, 3 06, 7 36 and 1110 p m dally. Lanaenoerg accommodation, week days. 7 02, 1100, a m, 3 06 and 4 i.4 p m. Sunday* 9 30 a ra, 4 40 pm. Trains leave Market street station! For New York, week days, +7 23. +8 27, +931, +1136Ca.ni. For Philadelphia, week days, 5:6, 820,77 28 78 27,79 33,711 Si, a u ; j. 42,3 60, 9 46 p. m. Sun day's, 6 80 a m; 12 42. Ù 0,9 46 p. m. For Baltimore, week days. 5 35, 18), 78 *7, 71136 am; i366,8 60 pm. Sunday,8 3U am; +860 p ii,. gor Landenberg end wsv stations week days, «60, 10 60, a m;8f6, 5 00 pm. Sundays, 9 26 am; SIXM, m. Chicago and Pittsburg cent Sunday; 73 5» P m., de <>. Cincinnati and St. Louts, +11 36 a m dailt except Sunday, Leave Philadelphia er V» lludm-ton. Weekdays +4 10,6 00, 7 25. +8 15, 8 40, 10 00 711 a a m; 12 noon. 71 46. 2 00. 8 00. +4 06, 74 1Ä 30,(5 20, 5 30, +5 61, 8 30, +7 24, 8 10, 7846, 10 10 e.ndliSppm. Snndavs, 71 l°,B(D,+8 15. 8 30, 10 00, ■a, li noon. 2 00,800. +4 06.4 30, +5 61, 6 8 f ,+0 06.1. .1 anal i 30 pm. 7!and + Express trains. Telephone, No. 198 Rs tes ' o Western points lower than via any rher Une. C. O. SCULL; GenT Pass. Agent. .1. T. ODELL. General Manager. m. 8 27 a m, dally ex 71136 a 80,77 24, .1. T. ODELL. General Manager. W ILMINGTON AND NORTHERN RAIL ROAD. Time-table In effect Nov. 27,1892. Trains leave Wilmington, French street sta tion. fer B. ä O. Junction, Montchanln, Guyen court, Grauogne, OoaSart, Cbadda' Ford Junc tion, Pooopeon, West Chester. EmbreevlUe, Mortonvllle. Coateavlllo, Waynesbunf Junc tion, Hprlngfleld, Joan up, Blrdsboro. Heading and Intermediate statlone, dally, except Sun day, 7 no a m. 2 3ü p m: Sunday only, 8 Uc a. tu. and 116!p in* B. A U, Jnnctl-xn, Montchanln. Qnyenconrt Granntcae. Cossart. Chattel's Ford Junction, Pocopsou. West wbestcr, EmbreevlUe, Mor touvlllc. Coatesville, Waynefbur* Junction, tlprineflelc and intermediate stations, daily except Sunday, 5 30 p in; Sunday, 4 00 p m. Coat os ville, West Chester and intermedia! stations,dally except Sunday, 8 62a m, 4 60p m. Sunday only, at 8 02 a. ra.. 1 15 and 4 00 p m. Trains arrive rtt Wilmington, rrens*' ' station, from Rending, Blrdsboro, Springfield. Waynesburg Junction. c'oaleS vfUecMortonvllle, EmbreevlUe, West 'bester. Poconson, (,'badd's Ford Junction, Coeaart, Granogue, Guvencourt, Montchanln, B. * <1 Junction and intermediate stations, dally 10 34 a ra, 8 18 p m. From Springfield, Waynesburg Junction, Coates ville, Mortonvllle. EmbreevlUe, Pocop son. Wusl Chester. Chadd's Ford Junction CossartyUratoigue, Ouyencourt, Montchanln, B. 3» O. Junction and Intermediate stations, d illy, 8 50 and 10 34 a m., 8 18 p. m. From Coatesvillc. West Chester and Intel mediate stations, dally, except Sunday. 7 U a. m. and 2 22 p. m. Dally at 8 60.10 34 a m and 8 ' 8 P a! (}. McCAUSLAND, Superintendent BOWNKSS HRiGGtbGeneral Po-saOnger Act ohiladelphja and reading ral - I ROAD—"Royal Route' between PblUd. ■ S hla and Atlantic City—Tbe only doubl« t r«ck ne, ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave Philadelphia, Obestuut »tree wharf and South street wharf, FOR ATLANTIC CITY, Week days, express, 9.1U a. m„ 2JO, 6.00 p. m. Accommodation, 8.1X1 a. to., 6.46 i>. in. Sunday— «xpr«»ê, iMJOu.m. Accommodation, t un a. m. hû d *.$) p. in. Returning, leave Atlantic City depot, corner Atlantic and Arkansas avenue. Week days—Express, i.'«\ 7.45. •J*; » » Accommodation, 8. ill a. to. and 4.3c b. m. , Uundav—Eiprcse, 4.00 p.m. Accommodation, T.3U a. ra., and t au p. m L A.SWklGAlta, General Manager. and 4.(U p. m. C. Q. HANCOCK, fi«i. Hanti. Amt THOMAS McHUGH, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, ffo. la ateriut Street. Matal« Wumiagwa.