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Continued From Pint Page. Houston and Representative Spruapce led the friends of the resolution. Sena tor Ross and Representative Saulsbury led the opposition. The friends of the resolution claimed that it was, properly speaking, a state matter, and that the appointment of the constables as an offset to Marshal Mahaffy, and his minions, was the only thing that saved the state from falling into Republican hands. They made the assertion that New Castle county paid nine-tenths of the state tax aud was en titled to have the good of it. Repre sentative Spruance was particularly urgent on this point aud said that if Kent and Sussex counties would only compel New Castle county to pay as much state tax as they did New Castle could easily pay for the constables. Senator Ross, Representative Sauls bury aud others claimed that New Castle county should pay for its owu special constables. That the condition of the state treasury, according to State Tiens tirer Burnite's estimate, would not admit of such a large expenditure. The meeting adjourned without result and the resqlutiou is still held up. The Tale of a Flask. Yesterday morning Representative Hezekiah Harrington, the genial mem ber from Mispillion hundred received a very handsome pocket-fiask by mail. Some friend, who evidently thought that Dover was a dry town, sent it. He did not know what the mail package contained, for he undid it so carelessly that Repre sentative Dasey, who sits behind him, saw what it was. Representative Harrington left his seat some minutes later, after depositing tue fiask in his desk. Representative Dasey watched bis opportunity, slipped the flask from the Mispillion man's desk and put it in one of the drawers of Repre sentative Spru&nce'a desk. Later in the day the Mispillion man opened his desk to take a look at his present and discovered its Iosb. He in stituted inquiries and Representative Dasey accused Representative Spruance of having taken it. Mr. Spruance, who was not in with the joker, denied the charge, aud Speaker Whiteman was appointed a committee of one to search the desk of the Wilmington representa tive. He performed his duties, and, much to the surprise of the Wilmington man, found the flask. Its presence there is now explained, but, for tbe time being, it created a hearty laugh against the genial young representative of Wil mington. For Pure Dairy Products. James Robinson, William Peach, E R Dawson and Clerk of the City Market 8. N. Smoltz were here to-day to get amendments to the Oleomargarine law. They represented the Dairyman's Pro tective Association, the Grangers and the Wilmington city market. Lawyet Kauft man, of the Botter Protective Associa tion of Philadelphia accompanied them. They had with them a bill which mattes the oleomargarine law more stringent and effective. He Would Break Her Neck. The divorce cases heard yesterday afternoon led to a talk on the infelicity of some married lives in the Senate chamber last evening. Tbe question of incompatibility of temper came up. "I remember a case in Sussex county." said one of the members. A man married a woman whom he regarded as tbe acme of womanly loveliness and sweetness. A few days after they were married he did something she did not like. She flew into a passion and was ready to tear him up. He took hold of her arm shoved her to the floor, laid her arm across his kuee and bloke it. Before she could realize what be had done, he looked her iu the face aud said : " 'There I have broken yonr arm. If yon ever try that game on mu again I will break your neck !' "He never had any trouble with 'her after that, aud was heard to declare that a man could not have a better wife." Exemption Hitt Set-Back. Representative Gam's Exemption bill got a set-back in the Senate yesterday afternoon; not because of any demerit but because Senator Records wanted to look more closely into it* application. Senator Williams, on behalf of the Committee on Revised Statutes, reported the bill favorably. After the clerk had read it Mr. Williams staled that it sim ply made it impossible for a person to claim merchantable goods in his exemp tion; and gave his employes power to come in ahead of the exemption for wages due or coming due. He was com pelled to make several explanations be fore the members thorougbly understood it. They were favorably expressed, but as Senator Records did not seem to want hasty action, the bill was recommitted. Lobbyists at Work. Yesterday was remarkably calm con sidering the violent electrical disturb ances of the night before. Many of the lobbyists got in some good work yester day morning, and t he Wilmingtou City Railway men, represented by Preston liea, Alexander Hart aud Willard Sauls bury, Jr., had a hearing before the Cor poration Committee. Nothing definite was done. The Wilmington and New Castle men aro ready to bet that they will get their charter; but the Wilmingtou and Bran dywine men are not so sanguine. It not likely that final action will be taken before next week, as there will not be opportnnlty to do so before adjournment to morrow afternoon. Revised Code Publication. The Seuate has concurred iu the House joint resolution authorizing James Hughes and Robert H. Vandyke to ore pare and have published the Revised Code, including the law* of tbe present f ession. An effort was made to kill It Wednesday. Against the Land Purchase. The General Assembly will not, in probability, allow tho trustées of State Hospital at Farnhurst. to seventy five acres of land at $i25 acre. Representative Ball, on behalf the Committee on Appropriations, ported unfavorably ou the llonse joint resolution appropriating $10,600 for projected purchase. It now remains tbe trustees to convince the committee men that they were wrong iu coming such a determination. Lolxlell Want« Exemption. The Lobdell Car Wheel Company has bill here to continue the city tax emption upon tbelr plaut over Third street bride. They have had exemption for the last ten years aud want it newed and extended for a like period. Direct Tax Disbursement«. Secretary of State Hawkins submitted a report from Governor Reynolds relat ing to tbe distribution of the United States Direct T»x accompanied by statement of the expenses of such $ ibutiou. It was referred to a joiut committee of five. Tlie House committee men are: Messrs. Armstrong. Bryan and Cooch. The Senate committee was not named. The report states that of the total fund of $70,772.03 received from the Federal Government two years ago $56, 838.41 has been refunded, leaving a cash balance of $13,932.61 to the credit of tho governor. The expenses of refunding tho money arc reported as follows: C. F. „Thomas & Company, f 173.11; postage, $141.30; advertising, $763.25; expenses of com missiouers, $236 36; percentage allowed Commissioner J. Frank Wilds, $2,500. A Kat 11lua Good Measure. Representative Spruance bas given notice of a bill which he is willing to swear by under ail circumstances. It is entitled an act iu relation to the govern ment of the city of Wilmington. It will provide tbut every new City Council shall elect its own officers, including the city auditor, clerk, coal oil inspector, etc , aud that their terms of officeshall expire with the City Council. At the present time the present Council elects the clerks for the next Council aud elects men whose terms hold over the Council manic term. Cochran's Good Work. E. R. Coehrau, Jr., the rising young lawyer of Wilmington combines pleasure with busiuess. He has been here for several days in the interest of sundry bills. Having some spare time to day he drew a petition for subscriptions for a legisla tive ball and In a few hours collected between $75 aud $100 in blocks of five. The ball will probably be held in about two weeks. Lent to the contrary, not withstanding. Must Present Their Authority, "Just say to the newspapers of the state printing which come be fore the Committeo on Claims must be accompanied by tho certificate of the official ordering such printing said Chairman Records of the Committee on Claims to the Evening Jouhnal cor respondent last evening. "No bills which are not accompanied by such certificates will be allowed." that all bills for done. Wants to Succeed Bacon. William F. Parvis, ex reading clerk of the Honse was in Dover yesterday after noon. He is an applicant for the position of weigher in the Philadelphia mint, He wants to succeed Edward Bacon, brother of "Notorious" Frank Bacon, of George town. Mr. Parvis claims that he has the strongest petition ever held in the state. It is signed by Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, Senator George Gray, Governor Robert J. Reynolds, Chief Justice Robin son, Judge Marvel, Attorney General John R. Nicholson, Congressman John W. Causey and others. Fraudulent Assignment ltlil. The Senate committee on Revised Statutes, to which Senator Ross' bl'l regnlating assignments for tbe benefit of creditors was referred, has engaged Hon. N. B. Smithers to advise it upon the measure, which will be so far reaching in its effects. He will announce his views upon the matter at a meet ing which will probably be held to day. Opposed to a Quarantine Station. Senator McMullin says all the citizens of East St. Georges hundred, are opposed to locating a Quarantine Station on Reedy Island and that he is asked (if it becomes necessary) to protest in tbe in terest of the inhabitants of that locality against it. The State's Finances. A joint committee was appointed yes tesday to settle with the state treasurer. It is composed of Senators Pilling and Watson and Representatives Dasey, Armstrong aud Day. Dolan'« Heavy Fall. John Dolan, of Wilmington, had a bad fall In tbe Capitol Hotel early yesterday morning. He was standing at the top of the first flight of stairs talking to Sena tor Pyle. He had his overcoat on his arm. It was trailing on the floor. Mr. Dolan took a step, his foot caught in bis overcoat and he started down stairs bead first. Just before he reached the floor below he succeeded in throwing his arm around the bannister aud righting him self. That was all that saved his life. He is a very heavy man and had he struck upon his head bis neck would un doubtediy have been broken. As it was he only received a heavy shock and a big fright. is an Sergeant Porter's View«, Scene—State House. Time, 0 30. Sergeaut at-arms Doran, who finds Sergeant-at arms Porter at work—"If Kent county sergeant at-arms gets here at 6 o'clock, aud a New Castle conuty sergeant-at-arms gets here at 0.30 o'clock, what time would a Sussex county ser geant-at-arms get here?" Sergeaut at-arms Porter—"He wonid get here in time to bo appointed judge upon the first occasion of a vacancy." Législative Nute«. The act to renew the charter of St. Mary's T. A. B. Society, of Wilmington, has passed both Houses The charter of the J. Morton Poole Company has been renewed. Senator Pyle gave notice of an act incorporate the Geometrical Drill Com pany of Wilmington. The bill Is not here. Representative Watkins introduced bill to authorize the Levy Court of Ne» Castle county to borrow $20,000. Representative Watkins has introduced his bill to incorporate the Middletown and Odessa Electric Railway Company. The provisions of the charter have already been published. Ex Speaker William L. Sirman visited the legislative halls last eveniug. The members of the General Assembly and tbe reporters and attaches havo been invited to attend an entertainment and ball to be given at the Veasey House, Delmar, on the evening of February 14 Robert W. Reynolds, of Fredeiica, was here yesterday afternoou. The Senate passed the House bill divorce Carrie Ü. aud George W. Cannon. The grounds were ten years' desertion. Senator Ross' bill authorizing Gover Reynolds to appoint a notary public the oyster dealers of Seaford, passed Senate yesterday morning. H. on all the an of re the for to a ex re a als -L-L *>R 175^ V TIVOLI EXPORT BEER SEND ORDïKI T« Ford Bottling Co. 5F t>- v V y. ^siingtoSi EARLY NEWS SUMMARY. National. By a vote of 152 to 143 the House or dered the previous question on the special order to take up the bill for the repeal of the Sherman silver purchase bill, thus cutting off an attempt to order cloture. Then by a vote of 150 to 83 the special order was referred back to the Committee on Rules without instruc tions. Secretary Elkins hoard a number of Congressmen who favored tho awarding of the contract for the Delaware harbor improvements though they be not the lowest bidders. Attorney-General Miller has instituted suit in the Circuit Court of Massachu setts for the purpose of breaking up the telephone monopoly. The Naval Board has made a distribu tion of the Chilean award among those entitled to receive it. The families of Riggin and Turnbull receive $10,000 each. Congressman Ravner 'of Maryland in troduced Into the House a resolution ask ing the Department of State to inform CongresB as to the nature ol the instruc tions sent to Minister Stevens at Hono lulu. to home companies Slarj laud. Enrollment was denied several appli cants in 8t. Margaret's Parish, Aune Arundel county, who want to vote iu April for vestrymen. The young men of Chestertown gave a large ball. A young man visiting Kent county had his clothing set on fire by a spark from his cigar and was badly burned. Another large manufacturing industry will be added to tbe business of Balls burv. Talbot county will form a a local road league. Peach buds in Talbot are said to be all right. Tbe oyster schooner T. J. Hickman has been seized by tbe Virginia police boat on the Pocomoke. Business la reviving in Crisfield. Philadelphia. Tbe Pennsylvania ScotchTrish Society elected officers and gave its fourth annual banquet at which Congressman Dalzell, of Pittsburg, and others spoke. The chattels of the Young Demcratic Battalion were attached Wednesday for $500 rent iu arrears. Mrs. Lizzie G. Thomas wins the plau dits of the judge in a case in which she waives her right to money which would legally come to her, so that it may go to the creditors of her dead father. Sheriff Connelly seized the Leicester Mills at Germantown and will sell them at public auction to liquidate Robert 8. Spencer's indebtedness. National Retail Jewelers's Association continued its sessions. Postal clerks protest against being worked extra hours every day. Pennsylvania. The Penrose bill for tbe abolishment of tbe Public Buildings Commission was ad vanced in tbe Senate to first reading for to-daj and second and third readings on Tuesday and Wednesday next by a vote of 23 to 17. Carl Nold and Henry Bauer were found guilty at Pittsburg of conspiracy to incite to riot at Homestead on July 6 Cumberland Valley Railroad officials announced that a road would be bnllt to give the line connection with the West. Virginia Central Railroad. Representatives of tbe Eastern, Pitts burg and Potomac Synods of tbe Reformed Church in tbe United States met at Lancaster to arrange for the church's part in the parliament of religions at the Chicago Fair. Heirs of Conrad Grier, who died in Cuba, leaving an estate said to be worth $800,000. met at Pottstown to consider their interests. New Jersey. The jury in tbe case of John Hill, a colored boy. on trial iu the Camden courts on a charge of kt'liug Joseph Doudson, rendered a verdict of murder in the first degree. The reports of the retiring depart ment cummader and other officers were received at the annual state encampment of the Grand Army at Trenton. At Perth Amboy a rumor was stalled that the loose coal at Stickney, Cun ningham & Co.'s dumping ground was free and set hundreds of people to carry ing it away. After many tons had been taken a dozen arrests were made. Owing to the heavy ice gorge in the Ruritau above New Brunswick it is feared there will be a great loss of property in the city when the ice breaks. a a to for the M iacellaneou*. Eight thousand Canadians who live on the Magdalen Islands iu the Gulf of St. Lawrence, which are held by Isaac Tritt am Coffin, of Boulogne, France, ander feudal rights, have appealed to the Government to release them from their vassalage. Within a year Professor W. G. T. Shields, Professor Louis F. Stearu, Rev. Dr. Henry Vandyke aud Professor John H. Worcester, all called to or occupy ing the chair of systematic theology in Union Seminary, New York, lave died suddenly. Two doctors who attended Professor Worcester also died suddenly. Three large lamp manufacturers hare consolidated and obtaiued a charter at Trenton as the American Lamp aud Brass Company, with a capital of $1,000, 000. Richard Trevellick, who has made charges of bribery ln connection with the Michigan Smatorship, will be sum moned before a Legislative committee to make his charges good. A split has occurred among the Democrats in the Indian Legislature over the patronage bill and they refuse to caucus on the apportionment bill. Foreign. The sentences in the Panama directors' cases were announced in Paris. M Fer dinand De Lesseps and his sou Charles were each sentenced to hve years' impris onment aud to pay a fine of $600. Marius Fontane and M. Cotta were sen fenced to two years' imprisonment and pay aline of $600 each, and M. Gustave Eiffel was sentenced to two years' itn prisonmeht and to pay a fine of $4,000. M Goussot, of the f're ch Chamber of Deputies, was wounded in a duel with Norbert de Boinot, a fellow deputy. Iu the wreck of the British steamer Triuacrai, all the passengers lost their lives and ouly seven of a crew of thirty seven were saved. John E Redmond moved an amend ment to the address in reply to the Queen's speech in favor of the release of the Irishmen now undergoing! imprison ment for treason and felony. Six people were crushed to death Schaeffer's îestaurant, iu Leipzig, during a panic resulting from an alarm of fire. M Window Shad«**, With bpring roller«, 26c. Yeager*«, 4U6 Klug. THE GREAT DANGER OF TO-DAY It Is Growing More Common and It is Invading the Home. EMINENT MEN AMONG IIS VICTIMS. What Doctor Wiliam«, of Itamlall'a Inland hay« aud the Terrible Picture lie Draw«. In the' North American Review for December, Dr. llerry Smith Williams, Medical Superintendent of the Randall's Ulands, aud an authority ou diseases of the brain, had au article on "General Paresis of the lusaue," which attracted wide and deserved attention. We quote its opening paragraph: "Of all the diseases that menaco the race, only a few are absolutely fatal. Indeed, there is but one common disease that invariably brings its victims speedily to the grave. This most ruth less of maladies is that terrible form of insanity, technically called general paresis or paretic dementia, ami known to the laymen as 'softening of tho brain.' Its unvarying history entitles it to pre cedence over consumption, cancer, Bright's disease, iu short, places it peer less in bad pre-eminence And as if this were uot enough its malignity is em phasized by the way in which it juggles with its victim before it extinguishes his life. It changes his personality, de thrones reason, almost eliminates the mind, and steadily weakening the body, leaves toward the last a mere skeletal, vegetative being, scarce recognizable as the vestige of his former self, unknow ing, unfeeling, mindless, to his friends at onoe a tearful memory and a terrible objective presence. Finally death comes iu a form horrible enough to be the fit ting climax of so awful a disease. " Paresis has numbered among its vis Guts scores of emiuent men, It dues not strike down the clod, but the active, alert, nervously organized business man, author, actor, statesman, physician, journalist, etc. Wbat is its cause? In a word, abuse of function, over activity. Who among us does not know of a once brilliaut intellect now period ically clouded, or perchauce brought to an incurable condition by overwork or abuse of certain functions. We do not wish to unnecessarily har row up the feelings of the reader, we desire is to point out the way of escape. When a mau feels that he is losing his grip on busiuess, that his memory is failing hint, that he tires easily, that his headaches, and that he cannot eat and sleep well, it Is high time to call a halt. It is either a question of less business, less self gratification, or softeuiugof the brain aud death. When a woman feels that she is less brilliaut, less able to (lerform her social duties; when she realizes that she is growing sallower, weaker, less attractive, it is time for her to pause aud reflect. But, you say, "What can I do? How can I escape?'' Tbe answer is simple. Follow the laws of life, the dictates of common sense. Do as so many others have done, take the greatest scientific preparation of the age for preventing and counteracting these troubles. You know what it is. You have heard yottr friends speak of it. You know ihat it is Waruer's Safe Cure. Further particulars of which will be furnished on application to the Medical Department of H. H. Warner & Co., Rochester, N. Y. Warner's Safe Cure will relieve the en gorged kidneys, aid digestion and assist in making healthy blood. Thousands have escaped tbe asylum and premature death by pursuing the course we have outliued, and we beg of you, reader, that for your own sake as well as the happiness of those who are near and dear to you, to be wise in time and to day begin that conrse of living, and resort to that help which will lead to a vigorous life with faculties unimpaired, and with years of usefulness for yourself and friends in store. Mr. C. K. Lawrpnce, a banker and member of the New York Stock Ex change, speaking upon this subject said: "Any one who has ever been in the New York Stock Exchange, or bus witnessed the amount of mental pressure that it involves, does not need to bo told that Americans livo too rapidly, and yet ninny men and women live to as green an old age as Europeans, but in addition to working bard they recreate and use proper tonics. I think, by experience, that Warner's Safe Cure is an excellent tonic. The experience of Mr. F. W. Whiting, who is interested in telephones, has been, iu many respects, remarkable, what he says: "Yes we do live too rapidly, we succeed and accumulate wealth, but we exhaust ourselves in doing It. 1 kuow this from mjf own experience. The pace at which 1 did business nearly killed me. A few years ago l was nervous, irritable, ruu down. I longed for life yet did not care for it. 1 dreaded was unbearable, feet health now? Yes, strength, judgment, and .take Warner's Cure regularly. I am not ashamed of this but rather proud of It. 1 have found It to be indispensable to my health and happiness. Do I work? Yes, hard every day, and 1 believe ail Amer icans can do the same thing regardless of the climate, competition or social demauds if they will act upon my suggestion. The Hon. H. 8. Greenleaf, who was recently seen at the House of Represen tatives in Washington, added his testi mony In the following outspoken words: "The exhaustion of public life are cer tainly very great, but so also are the strains of business life, of professional life. In counteracting their dangerous effects Warner's Safe Cure is unsur passed. It Is a splendid remedy I can speak from personal experience." Tbe dangers of modern life are great, but they can be avoided by care and th use of the right remedy. Will yoeu neglect so important a matter? VYhat This is death, but, living What ! in per I am. I use pood «Safe in y i-ave - For Hale. Elegant Bunlett Organ, cost »180, price »IX». Guarantee in the best order. A line opi tuuily for any one wanting an orgau 1 half the origmal price. For Journal Office, Wilming "tr ike ; new iur one* pMrticul&r» adtlreeft. Ion« Del CHEAPEST IN TOWN. PURE AND FRESH CANDIES CAN BE FOUND AT HOLT'S, No. 8 West Second St ft*£iurjccrr OCOULISTM* ADJUSTMENT GUARANTEED PRESCRIPTIONS PILLED. H. II. BAYNAKO. CORN HR FIFTH AND MARKET ST' W liming tec. D*L WM. B. SHARP & OO Fourth and Market Sts. New arrivals daily in dress fabrics for Spring are interest ing to the early buyers. One of the best all around and popular make of goods are the pure wool Tricots at 25, 371^ and 50 cents per yard. They arc in three shades of blue, 4 shades of cardinal, 4 shades of browns, modes; tans, slates, reseda, electrice; 4 shades grey mixed and 3 shades brown mixed. Crystal Bengaline Silks— with lustre and appearance et|ual to the finest grades; regular $ 1 goods, which wc shall sell for 59 cents per yard in colors: garnet, cardinal, brown, light blue, white and black. China Silks—About thirty pieces new arrivals in dark grounds, neat new figures in high colors, especially desira ble this season—44c per yard. Tuscan Serges—Entirely new and destined to be one of the most popular Serges for Spring. They are 54 inches wide, all worsted, made in wide and narrow diagonals, with two-toned illuminated effects, fancy, eccentric and drop figures—a splendid novelty in all the new shades—$1.25 per yard. New Bengalines, New Landsdownes, New Serges, New Diagonals, New Henriettas, New Cashmeres, New Damasse, New Chevrons. Wash Ginghams — thousand yards in Apron styles, 6j^c per yard. One thousand yards indigo blue calicoes in new styles of figures and stripes are 6*4 cents per yard; regular 8 cent goods. Five thousand yards of cali coes, white grounds and neat figures and stripes in magnifi cent assortment—5 cents per yard. Men's seamless half hose, brown mixed, sizes 9^4 to 11, at 10 cents per pair, 3 pairs for 25 cents. New Carpets in all the best makes of Brussels, Moquettes and Axminsters are arriving daily. Our Spring assortment will be unusually fine and many inducements in price will be found here. Four WM. B. SHARP & CO. Fourth and Market streets. REGISTER'S IIKIIKK. KG INTER'S ORDER. ll REGISTER'S OFFICE, I New Castle County. February 9,1*3. ( Upon the application of Susan T.lg v .man, Fxecutrix or Charles II. Hmith. late Wilmington hundred, in said county, de ceasedTTt 1« ordered and directed by the Reg ister that the Exeouirlx aforesaid gl»e notice of granting of Letters of A '.mlnitra tion upon Hie estate of the deceased, with the date of granting thereot by causing advertisements to be posted within forty days from the date sncli letters In six of the most public places the county of New Castle, requiring all per sons having demands against the estate present tbe same, or abide by an Act of sembly ln snch cas.' mode and provided; and also cause the same to be inserted within same period in the Evening Journal, a news paper published ln Wilmington, Del., and to be continued therein three weeks, e. o. d. Given under the hand and seal of Office of the Register aforesaid at Wilmington. In New Castle rnnnty aforesaid, the day and year above written. J. W II.KINS COOCH, Register. jun.} NOTICE. Notice 1» hereby given that letters Tet lanicntary were In due form of law granted unto the undersigned, on the Ninth day of lebauary, A. D. 1*3, and that all p*r ■•II« having claims against the estât* of the deceaxed must present the name, duly attested, to the said Executrix, on or before the Ninth day of February, 1894, abide the Act of Assembly in such case made and provided. SUSAN TILOHMAN, Executrix. Address, No. & E*st Seventh btrect« _ Wilmiiurtnn. D1C. I»E OKAY'S PENNYROYAL PILLS. Send «tamp for particulars. Price *1. by all druggists or address DE «RAY SPECIFIC COMPANY, 38 N. Broad st., Philadelphia, Pa, MARRIED. BARNETT McCALL. At the Asbury M. E. Parsonage, 2-'2 Walnut street, on Thunday afternoon. February a. 1 HP®, by Rev. .lohn I). C. Ilanna, Albert if. Harnett and Miss Clara F. McCall, both of Wilmington. CHEKWELL—RAFFERTY. At SI. Polar* Pro-Cathedral on February U. bv Kev. .lohn V Lyons George .1. C res well and Mary A. Raf ferty both of Ibis cttv. TAI.LF.Y—LYSINUER. On February 9. at Hie residence of Mr». Evans, church street, between Tenth and Eleventh, by Rev. H. F. Dulaney, William L. 'lallvy to Clara M. I. y singer. at at DIKII. ALRIOHS-ln this clty.'on February 4. Ed win \V. J. Alriclis, eon of C, W. and C. D. Alrlche. aged 24 years. CHAMBERS.—In tbl* city,on February 5, Resale, daughter of Mary E. ami David J. Cbatnlieis, aged 4 years aud 11 munths. DENNts-lN. At Mermaid, Del..on the 7th Instant. Ella D , wlfeof Robert P. Dennison. McCOY—Below New rastle.Del., on the 4th Instant, Josephine McCoy, William H. McCoy, aged 45 MoOINNlfL—February IA ISSU, James MoOln liln. son of Patrick and Ellon McGinnis, aged H month«. Funeral at 2.30 p. m.. Saturday, the 11th In stant, from parent»' residence, :V)B North Har rison street. Interment at Cathedral Ceme tery. MORH1BON—In tills city, of scarlet fever, on tile 4th instant, George Robert« Morrison, son of Andrew M. and Ida K. Morrison aged 5 years and H months. LKKKVHE.-In thiacltr, 7, John H - Le Fevrc, aged 7 ZIEGLER— On 5th instant, Dorothy Ziegler, aged 7# years. btdoved wife of yearn. at rast. February years. JAMES J. FOX J UNDERTAKER, » No. 10» WEST SEVENTH STREET. Wilmington. Delaware.! N. Y. Clothing Honse. 316 Market Street. Notwithstanding these are the days when not much is ex pected, yet our Store has its crowds. One customer tells another; the other shows the great bargain bought at the New York Clothing House; another takes us at our word; another wants to see the great bargains; all told, make a crowd of buyers. We've got good value for them all. All wool Suits for Men as low as $8.oo. Thousands of trousers one or two pair of a kind at less than the material costs. A medium weight Overcoat will he just the thing. Right prices sent nearly all our heavy ones away, we'll do the same with the medium weight ones don't wait too long. Strictly one price and If dls satistled with your purchase we will return your money. N. Y. Clothing Honse, 816 Market Street. MAX EPHRAIM. AMUSEMENTS. DON'T FORGET The First Grand Hop of tlie Wkomm Band, to lie belli 111 Wecescoe Hall. Friday Evening. February le. Tleket». 2 5 cen t s. XrOTICE THERE WILL BE NO MORE i> skating at the Kink until after the Moody and Hqnkey meeting*. graNd opera house. One Performance Only, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, Charles Frohman's New York Co. THE LOST PARADISE, Henry O. DeMilI p. author of "The fmar Hy Dnl..* r "M«*n and Womtn, N "Lord Chum* ley," * The Wife," etc., etc. GRAM) OPERA HOUSE. SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. • » ANNIE PIXLEY. Mall nee: "Mrs. RLYTHK OF DULUTH." Sight: "THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER." GUAM) OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13. — IK— t A MAD BARGAIN. Company include« Peter F. Daily, Leona Forrest and other favoritos. JAMES T. POWERS GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Ttiesdav and Wednesday. February 14,15. Wednesday Matinee at 2.30. A »IOO.INXI lTudurtion of the Successful Com ly, c. B. Jefferson, Klaw A ».Ganger's of of of to the i> • > 1HE COUNTRY CIRCUS. A CIRCUS. A PAGEANT. FUN ALL THROUGH. 2d) on tho »tage. 50 horses, ponies, mule« and gouts. Wonderful gymnasts, clowua, riders, et*. A magnificent stago parade mile long. A PLAY. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. FEBRUARY 10 and 11. IRISH ARISTOCRACY. PresentetT by a Company of Talented Comedians. New Hongs, New Dance«, I 'ateliy Music. GRAND MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 2 P. M.. FDR CHILDREN. GOOD CAKE WILL BE TAKEN UK THE CHILDREN. or HELP WANTED._ TAT ANTED.—TWO SWEDISH GIRLS > > with references, one a» cook, other cliiiiiibcrmiild. A ill:-.- h . Gil« ottli c. ll'AVrF.LI.- BRIGHT YOUNG MAN FOR \V Offlc* position. Address, 1*. O. Box 35«, city. _ _ |W»1. WANTED. Vit anted.--the day AND EVENING V? «esaion* of Goldey Wilmington Com me rciel C'nllejf«' und Hchool of shorthand, corner EiKdtli and Market btreeta, now open, and tho attendance of persons i3 to 50 year« (both sexea) is wanted to tit »hem for and aid them to positions. Individual instruction, office open daily 9 to 4. Call or writ© catalogue. Euler at any time. Sold NOTICES. otice.—tvhaufacie and storage, Christiana river foot of East Seventh Street. Shipping facilities by three railroads, Pennsylvanl. Baltimore and Ohio and Wil mington and Northern (Philadelphia and Reading connection). Vessel owners and agents, contractors, merchants and dealers generally are Informed that they can obtain wharfage and storage room on onr property reasonable rates. Apply to MCCULLOUGH IRON COMPANY, Avenue. Wilmington. N otice is hereby given that on Saturday, February IL 1893, at - .HO p. m. . the office "t Herbert H. Ward attorney at law. No. 11 F.ost Ninth street, in tbs city of Wilmington, Delaware, will l>e held a meet ing for the purpose of opening hooks for sub scription to tho capital stock of the "Eco nomic Instiranee Company of A merino." and fortlie organization of said company by the stockholders therein. Henry C. Robinson George Gray S>ansbury .1. Willey Joseph P. Pyle Peter W. Tomlinson Wtnlleld S. Hoffman Joseph L. < 'avender Henry F. Dure James L. DeVoti Chat les II. Richards William F. Causey William D.Mullen.Jr. Herbert H. Ward. _ Oonotmmm tenth and Railroad Daniel W. Taylor Thomas F. Bayard .lohn M. Hogers Thomas H. smith .lohn H HofTecker VJOTK'K TO TEACHERS.— iA Annual ^tension of the Institute for the Colored Teacher« of Delaware will be held at What coat's M. K. Church, In Doser, on Feb ruary 8th, Wth and Kith, next. All teacher« are required to attend and their ealarlea will be allowed them for the day they are In at tendance at the Institute the same an If they were teaching, ll is expected that you will l>e present at the onening session, at 11 o'clock, a. m. February nth, lie ready to answer to your name at roll call and remain throughout tho hchmIoii. 1 he Kxccutlvo Committee Informs ns that they have prepared a programme, to be filled by competent Instructor«, that will prove both Interesting aud profitable. Those who wish accommodation« THE TENTH I'rnriired fur them «tumid add res. Prof. M M. Reamer, at Dover, as early as convenient. In order to defray expenses of Institute a fee of fifty rents Is asked from each teacher. By order of 11. U GRIFFIN. euperlntendent New Castle County. C. C. TIN DAL, Superintendent Kent County. J. G. GRAY, Superintendent Sussex County. VMITb'E I- HEREBY GIVEN THAT I is will applv at the present session of the General Assembly of tho State of Delaware for a dlvnn« a vinculo matrimonii from diaries F.Welgandt, MARGARET K. WEIGANDT. REAL ESTATE._ r tOR RENT TI1E STORE AND DWF.Lt, Ing aOO Madison street, occupied 7 year» as a int-iii -tore, rent $2.1 per month, also the second story room 419 Market Street, size 17x lb feel, well lighted. Would Mlit for soototy room or light manufacturing. Entrance on Market and Shipley streets, rent 925O.C0 a year. JAMES MuN «G II A S. 419 Market M. i;im RENT \ STAHLE WITH SIX I stalls on Orange street, between Fifth and Sixth street*. Apply to JOHN P. DON nl H ll,. MU Orange si me t. I'III! RENT 1H USE \\D SHOPS IN I Christiana hundred, three miles from Wilmington, known as "Price's Corner." Address. JOHN 1'. Midi EE, Stanton, Del. IX)R RENT HOCHE AND STORE. NO. 108 I East Third street. Apply to LICHEN sTEIN and HART. 22H Market street._ / IX)R SALK OH EXCHANGE A FINE r farm lu Chewier county fur good city Address BOX 72, Wilmington, «xport y . STOREHOUSE and P. O. Ln 1X)R SALE. T dwelling, all under one roof, store. All necessary outbuilding*. Good ten ant house. Eleven Ill-res of good land. Ail. dress S. FAIRLAMB, Gum True, Chester county, Pa., or call on T. F. B. PARVIS, No. 51 J W. l'th stre et, city. __ ' l.XIR SALK OR EXCH ANGE AT A LOW I' price, the dwelling and store at the N. W. corner Third and Washington streets. B. F. CHALFANT, No. « West Second St. WE OFFER FOR RENT, DWELLINGS. W2 Jvff.reun street. *40per month. 7IG Talnall street. $23 pc month. AD West Secrtml slrsel. SIS per month. 1211 Washington street. $80 |ier month. WH Ta I nail street. »So per month, 5117 West Street, *2«. no per month. 1110 West street, »20 Per month, fills Lomtmnl street, flfi per month. 427 East Sixth street. Jln.fitl per month. Ht H King street. *ltl.fitl per month, ill« ls.iiiimnlhtreei.su per month. STORES. :«5 West Second street, $15 per month. DUO Shipley street, t«fi per month. Seventh ami Washington, $1» | »er mon 111. WORKSHOP WITH POWER. 223 West Tentli street, *25 per month, STABLE. 521 Jefferson street, i! stalls. HAWKINS & CO 712 Market Street. NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE OWNERS. PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSES AUD LOTS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, At tho Builder»' Kxrhange, at 2 o'clock. Those ileairlng to have propertla* listed for this «ale will send ln their description* at once. C harge« will be very moderate. J. L. 0CHELTREE, 'Seventh and Market Street«. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT OR FOR SALE. JOHN MULVENA, No. 015 Market! Street. • BANKING AK1> FINA NCIAL. A HUMAN»' HAVINGS BANK NO. OS MARKET STREET. Delaware Wilmington, Open dally from S o'clœk a. m. until 4 p. and on Tuesday» and Saturdays from 7 p. m. ASSETS. DEPOSITS, m. U) $051,170.86 840,641.83 $110,628.17 SURPLUS, INTEREST ALLOWED on deposit* money for one or more calender month* at the rate of 4 t«-r cent, per annum. Money loaned on Mortgages on Real Estât*. GEORGE W. BUSH, Preehtent. C. WESLEY WELDIN, Vte-Preffidwfc 3 E. T. TAYLOR, Secretary and Treasurer JohKPH M. Alai uKR. Audit«. a Nov. R. R. ROBINSON Ä CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, CORNER FOL'RTR AND MARKET 8TS. Ktodk bought and «old tn th* New York, Philadelphia and Boston market* on commis flOtt* Letter» of credit given, available tn all part* of the world, and ilia fis on England, Ireland. France Gormanv «-»d Hwlrwrland txaneri. l'KOKl:«HHIHAL__ WILLIAM F. SMALLEY. ATTORNEY TT at-law. removed to office« No. 21«, Equl .hi- Building, ot.h and Market street* — as P1KK INbtIKANCIC. L'Oit FIRE INSURANCE IN THE MUtff I reliable companies at lowest rates, call rn HXWK1NS *!'<». 71» Market «treat. B f.ttkr look your wardrobe ».«• II there some jf»m)®nU whle if properly D) cd, will p new. ! A. P. BO KNOT, 71« MARKET HT )Ml| lor SJ *. c louued an be good m\ m