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EAELT SEWS SUMMÂBY.
National. Senator Hill created a sensation by calling at the White House His visit had been prearranged by Representative Rockwell and he was at once admitted to the President,with whom he was closeted hal f an hour. Most of the Senate committee chair manships have been allotted. Voovbees will head Finance and there is a dis position to give it a free silver majority. Cameron will be at the head of Revolu tionary Claims. and Quay will be chair man of Woman's Suffrage. Some time was devoted m the Senate to a discussion as to whether legislative business should be considered, a strong sentiment being euvelop-d against it. In response to Mr Springer's query President Cleveland announced that hts policy would be to appoint no one who held an office nnder hioi four years ago. Postmaster General Bissell announces that local busiuess men will not be giveu post offices as they intrust the duties to irresponsible clutks to 4 à I r •J Maryland. The Court of Appeals of Maryland will meet next Tuesday to hand down opin ions. I Shad have appeared in Anne Arundel I wa'ers, the first of tbe season. R A t a it of good land lu Calvert county I containing 420 acres was told at public I auction fot $2 >10 1 Attorney General Poe gives the official I opinion that Kent county commis-iouers ■ hold over till the Legislature acts. B A radical change lias been made iu the I Kent couutv rond system. I William H. Wilson, a well known mil I 1er in Easton, died, aged 7Ö years. ■ Philadelphia. B Common Council passed the $3,500,000 I appropriation bill to the Department of I Public Works. R Louis L Deutsch, an alleged physi I clan, brought his newly wedded wife I Martha from New York to this city I Monday, and the next day he took all her I money and skipped. The police are q looking for the young wife, who wrote to her parents <u New York that she was going to commit suicide. The provisions ol the Civil Service law have been extended to the clerks iu tbe registry and money order departments of the Philadelphia post office. Pennsylvania. The heavy rains of the past twenty four hours have melted the snow and ice and caused a great rise in nearly all tbe rivers of the state. The Executive Committee of the State World's Fair Commission reported in favor of an additional appropt iation of $100,003 for exhibition purposes and the matter was refened to tbe commission. Friends of the Public Buildings Com mission argued their case before the I Committee ou Municipal Corporations at I Harrisburg. i A dispute of six years' standing be * tween William S. Bowen of West Chester, and the priest of St. Agnes Church has been settled by Monsignor Satolli. i I New Jersey. It is said in New York city that the g amblers have a scheme nnder way foi aving a bill passed by the New Jersey Legislature which will enable them to es tablish an American Monte Carlo near the Quttenburg race track The race track repeal bill passed second reading in the Senate at Tteuton. The town committee of Eatont n town ship fixed the license fee of the Mon mouth Park Racing Association at $5,000. The Grand Lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen of New Jersey began its annual seoslon at Trenton. I Mlftrellaneoufl. B President Cleveland withdrew the ■ Hawaiian treaty from the Senate and it 9 ia said will arrange a new one in which 9 a protectorate over the islands will be 9 favored after a commis ion has been 9 sent there to see what the islandais 9 want. The twenty-one terminal lines of Chi cago have le'used the demands of the threateuing switchmen and entered into a defensive ' alliance to tight the strike which it Is expected will be inaugurated on Sunday Tbe trustees of the estate of Governor McKinley have decided to use the voluu tary contributions which have been offered by the admirers of the governor. The report of the experts employed by the stockholders of the Lombard Invest meut Company was given to the public iu Boston. It condemned tbe manage ment in tbe severest terms Democratic City Convention of Denver, has condemned President Cleveland for his attitude on the silver question. A saw which broke from its bearings in a saw mill at Wy andotte, Mich , cut tbe heart of Herman Meinke In 1 wo and cut the left arm of Amos Coon off about fou» Inches below the shoulder. By tbe fall of tons of snow and ice ou the general reception house at the foot of tbe inclined railway at Niagara Falls Ed watd J. Lane was seriously injured and the house destroyed. Chicago City Council passed an ordi nance limiting tue height li of buildings erected in the future to 130 feet. Forelsn. The sensation of the day in the tiial of the ex Ministers and Deputies of Fraaee charged wiib corruption in the Panama affair was the confession of ex Minister Baibaut that he was guilty and the statement of M Marius Fonlaie that officials bad act-d like foul-pads. Frederick Henderson the young«st member of Loudon's County Council, aud a poet who has been favorably men tluuud by Gladstone, was convicted of st. » hug 73 cents from a woman of low obsiicter. Th- Reichstag Committee on the army bill passed to a first reading tbe clause of tue srmy bill dealing with the organi zation of the different arms of the ser vice TheJGerman troops won a victory ôver tbe natives at Uniaugwirain East Afilca The Chinese Bubi d ot Censor» have Ç retented serions charges against Hont g ebun, foimerly minuter to Russia, who is accused of treason in giving Russia new privileges iu the Pamirs. Best of All To cleanse the system in a gentle and trulv beneficial minner when tbe spring time comes, ua« the true and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs One bottle will answer fur all tbe family and costa only 30 cents; the large size $1 Try it and be pleased. Manufactured by the Cali fornia Ftg Syrup Company only. Olifoeae and Japanese Matting, We have an extra large lifcsoitmmt In all ard and is t WiS KuW, grades irnm IST« cents io«lk) uer i a bad ■ aallt, among them. L LE «l< King s.reeL Oommingi Um photonrapaer. 3» Market •treat. TWO MORE MEMBERS. Continued From First Page. efforts to the contrary notwithstanding. The bill to divorce them passed the House but the Senate committee re ported it adversely and it was killed yes terday afternoon. The House bill to divorce Charles W. and Fannie Goodall and William C. and Amy F. Pleasanton. Darin t the afternoon the House pasted the following bills: To divorce Helene E and Wilbur Matthews; Wll Ham A and Harriett E Huth; Saille Mid Jeffereon Cummins. John C and Martha Scott. This was the banner divorce day of the season. The Wilmington Free Library. George T. Brown came to Dover last night with two bills which have an im portant bearing on Wilmington Insti tute. One proposes to amend the char ter so as to enable the Blockholder» to make it a free library. Tbe amend ments make It possible for the 'nstltute to return to its present system if the free library is not appreciated. The other act Is one to iucoroorate the trustees of the Wilmington Free Library. This charter Is absolute, but if tbe free library plan is not practicable tbe man agers can fall bach on tbe old charter us amended Another Resolution Paixietl Yesterday afternoon the Senate killed the House joint resolution providing for the appointment of a joint committee to consider tbe question of insurance In order to get a test vote as to whether or uot the Senate wanted the Richardson valued policy la» amended, Mr. Pill ing reported the resolution and moved that it be non-concurred in. His motion was carried unanimously and the Sen ate stands on record as being opposed U> such amendments framed by any legislative committee. Mulligan*» Hi I In Pani«d. The House passed tbe Mulligan bill to prevent the extermination of food fish in the Delaware waters It. drives away from Lewes the fish oil factories by making it unlawful to manufacture edfch oil in the state. The bill has many ft lends and foes in Lewes and both sides have had hearings befrre the Committee on Fish, Oyster» and Game. The bill regulating the fish ing of transient vessels was also passed. From Forty to Sixty Fret. George T. Brown has a bill here ap pointing Ii-pbc Gmbh, John W. Jolis and Joseph Davidson commissioners to widen the road leading from Klsmere to Price's Corner to sixty feet. The present width is forty. He also brought a bill to incorporate the Humane Society of Delaware. Among the corporators are Hairy Clause, Ed ward Briughurat, Jr , and William Cauby. Tbe purpose of the society is to promote humane work, such as erecting drinking fountains for men and horses Armstrong'« Feaeh Yellows Util. Representative Armstrong's bill to re peal the peach yellows law had a set back in the House yesterday afternoon Mr. fiaulsbury from tbe Committee on Re vised Statutes, reported it back with a recommendation that it be referred to the Committee on Agriculture. The recommendation was agreed to and Messrs. Pratt, Whitlock and Prettymon now have it in charge. If it pas es the House it will have a life and death struggle in the Senate as Mr Watson is uncompromising in bis opposition to it. TIi© LfgliUtlve Cum tu It te©. The Senate has concurred iu the House joint resolution to appoint a legislative committee in January, 1891, to settle with the state treasurer, auditor of ac counts and clerks of the two Houses The committee is constituted as follows; Messrs. R-cords and Watson, on the part of the Senate; Messrs. Coocb, Dasey and Harrington, on the part of tbe House. To Punish Wife-Heater». Representative Gam has secured the passage of hia bill providing fine, whip ping and imprisonment foi wife beating, it pasted the House yesterday afternoon by a vole of 14 to 3, Representatives Spruancc and Pratt opposing it bt cause the »flipping would disfranchise a man. The bill will now face tbe fire in the Senate. Rellalou» Corporation» Ittll Passed. The Senate passed the bill in relation to Ca'holic religious corporations, it places the cburch property in tbe bards of a corporation and' does away with tbe properly having to go through the courts everytime a bishop dies. Bishop Curtis was here iu its behalf. A similar law exists in Maryland and other states. it be by To Cinnrd Against Fraud* Representative Saulsbury will intro dnee an ac*iu relath it to tbe settlement of partnership estates. It will require the surviving partner, when settling a deceased partner's estate, to take out letters of administration upon that part of the estate and give sufficient security. As the law now stands the surviving partner has practically absolute control of it and can do just w'hat be pleases. The Convention Flection. The House passed the bill prescribing the next general election as tbe proper time to vote for or against a conslitu tionai convent Ion. rles out t lie spirit of the amendment to article IN of tbe state constitution. The Pouch and Judy Show. The bill simply ear Professor Porter, the well known ventriloquist aud sleight-of-hand per former of Sussex county, entertained the members and their friends in the Hail of Representatives last night. For over an hour the piety laughed at his ventrUuquil witticisms aud local hits aud marveled at his skill iu tbe black art. A Divorce Bill Vagary. One of tbe vagaries of the divorce work is the shape in which the bills come here. For instance, tbe bill to divorce Füllen aud John Conner ends with the following section: ' Section 3—That all acts and parts of acts unconslstent with this act be and the tame tre hereby repealed " Another bill, drawn by a well-known Wilmington attorney, contained a simi lar section. Speaker Houiton Indisposed. Speaker of the Senate Houston was F e * en * yesterday morning, fl , ct *' ne ?' t t hl,ho " 6 » c " ld c0 , ntr '^ t> , d * 1 ''«hington. Nenator Records offlcl at ed as speaker pro tern Tbe speaker was able to preside iu the afternoon ' It is understood here in the State Hour-e that the condition of Represent a tiw, Conaway is very much improved His fri- nds do not st em to entertain the idea that he will recover. Colonel Cooper'» Railway. Representative Armstrong Introduced the biU to incorporate tlie Dover and Camden Electric Railway Company The ilXM wtil run from Dover to Cauadrm, ovu He was nectlng with the camp meeting ground. The corporators arc George A. Milling ton, Ezekiel T. Cooper, Daniel Rldgely, John Dunn, George 11. Fisher. Alexander Jackson and C. W. Lord. The capital stock Is fôO.OOO Tax Commissioners at Work. The commission appointed t wo years ago by the General Assembly to formu late an equitable tax bill met at the Capitol Hold yesterday and made some progress in their much delayed and laborious task fused to divulge any of the work, saying that there was nothing ready lor publi cation When the Evknino Jonnust. corres pondent suggested that the bill would have to be introduced by next Wednes day he said, laughingly : ■ Oh, no. We are not an ordinary body of men." V Chairuiau Martin re Cer« for the Inebilules, H H Ward was here, yesterday, in the interest of the Wilmington and Brandywine Electric Railway Company He brought several private acts with him one being to incorporate tbe Sani tarium Company of Wilmington. The object of the company is to establish an asylum for morphine, opium, cocaine, 1 chloral and tobacco inebriates. The capital stock of the company is $20,003. •'Where Am I At? 1 * Representative Bryun will introduce hills to transfer tbe farms George 11. Hall and Benjamin F. B Woodall from consolidated school districts Nos. 'J, 100, 103, 104 to district No. 8ï, Sussex county. They evidently want to make their place of residence less complicated by ligures. Ft» reign Corporations Must Come V,». Representative Sanlsbnry hss given no Ice of a hill in relation to foreign corporations doing business in Delaware. The object of the bill is to make a foreign corporation file a copy of its charter and pay a proper license fee. Sussex C'onnlj's Unpaid Warrants. Representative Dascy will introduce a bill to allow the Levy Court of Sussex county to fund Its $30 d00 or $10,001) floating indebtedness. There am huu • reds of unpaid county warrants now out and the Levy Court wauls to pay them. a to is the it tbe They Want Two Dividend». Representative Gam will introduce a bill to divide and consolidate the Ht Georges school districts. The object is to get t wo divide ds. There are so many children there that one dividend is in sufficient to pay for their education. Secret Voting for Wilmington. Representative Spruance gave notice of an act to make the State Secret Ballot la « apply to the municipal elections iu WHImiugton. The bill will be intro daced in a few days. The Promoter» of Speed, Representative Gam gave notice of an act to incorporate the Maple Valley Trotting Association. It will have charge of the kite shaped track at Kirkwoud To Legalize Wire Fences, Maniove Hayes, secretary of the Delà» are division of the P., W, k B. railroad, visited the State House jester day. He had with him an amendment to tbe law defining what shall constitute legal fences Mr. Hayes's amendment legalizes the barbed wire fence. To Correct Sume Dates* Senator Pilling will introduce an act for tbe relief of the Delaware and Chesapeake Tow Boat Company and the Clyde Steamship Company. It. will correct certain imperfections in dates in the certificates of incorporation. Two of a Kind. Representative D»y Introduced bills to incorporate the Riverside Terra Cotta Company and the Riverside Real Estate Company. The capital stock and corpor ators are the same in both bill«. They aro James Q Shaw, William J. Etcheils and James G. Shaw, Jr. The capital stock is $100,0 0. Want to He Commissioner. Dr. Edward Fowler of Laurel was in Dover yesterday building up his fences for the insurance commlrsionerthip, which becomes vacant on March 23. He will have a big delegation before the governor on next Thursday. The other candidates for the honor ere Andrew O Wilson of Wilmington and Peter R. Meredith of Kent county. A Tip for Mr. Crlppen. Senator i'yle has given notice of a bill to allow the special notary public of the Security Tiiist and Safe Deposit Cora pr.tiy to exercise general notarial funo thins. MARKIKD. BURRIS— OU A UK—On Morch 7» nt the hoipQuf tb« bri'ie*« pur nti, hbi Em» Hghih Btreut. bv Rev R. F. Jeater, Samuel Barrls to Miss Hattie K. Clark. HOPTON—MccoMR—On Marc h 7. by Rev. J. I*. OUb, Franklin P. Hopton and Mary E. Me Comb, both of W Dining ton. ARMSTRONG.—In thin city, on March 8 . Ge orge I». Armstrong, aged 71 jeara. BOVLK. — On Varch 9. tbe infant daughter of Janiee F . and Mary E. Hryle, *g#»cl 'Z month*and 8 d u \a. Relative«anct frlenciMaro invited to attend the fun* ral from Hie r«s i* deuce of her par nt« on Pearl street. New Castle, on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment hi Ht. Peter's U. C. Comet©«y. An angel habe of my bosom Nestled there nwM c, CloHt*d tho-e eyelids from my embrace, 'Neath tb© Saviour*» mu lies to rest. BROWN.-Near Talleyrille, March 9. UPS. Clarence Edward. >ou g. bt child of J. Her ben and KlmaJ, Frown. CASEY.—In Brandywine hnndred, on Sun day March fc, i808, Robert Üasoy , Sr . ftg*d91 years. < HRI 8 TY.—In this city, on March 8 , Mary Ann tlie beloved wife of James Christy, In the T7th > «ar of her age. HAZEL.—On March7, 1W3, VnrgrMt Hazel, widow of the lat© »lohn Hazel, agcclü years. V EALKY .— 1 n Mardi 7, Martin, «on of Edward T. and Emma A. Mtaley, aged 2 5 e«rs and 2 months. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend tlie fanerai from the residence of his parents, 1108 West Third «treat, on 9 rid ay afternoon« at 2 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Ceme tery. MORRELL.—In this d' 7 «on the'4th Instant Mary Jane, wife of H. V. Morrell, aged 09 years. ROBIN ON.—In this city, on March Ö. 1893. Danriel. son of Daniel and Jano Robison, need 5 mom hs « nd 28 days. v , d a -Ö BUN'S f / TIVOLI EXPORT BEER IIRD O&DEBt *• Fold Bottlîrtg CO. p» v ^r *otng«»a-> Ly WM. B. SHARP & CO. Fourth and Market Sts. What a stir there is in our Carpet rooms over the ieduced Carpets Our workroom is getting loaded up with Car pels for later delivery and an early selection will insuie you better service. Think of the best Tapestry from qo cents to 75—the best Lowell and Hartford Body Brussels reduced from $1.50 and $1.35 to $1 per yard, and a few rolls of Axminster Mo quette from $1.50 to $1 and $1.10 per yard. Also one odd lot of Brussels and Velvet Rugs, size 26x54. at the very low price of $1 and $1.25; re duced from $2.50 and $3. In our Upholstery Depart ment the reduced Curtains arc going out with a whirl. A reference to last week's paper will give vou a detailed list and if you arc interested in odd Curtains for your house this is the opportunity. We have some beautiful coloiings of the new shades in China Silks, 31 inches wide, which we shall sell for 50 cents per yard. Everybody knows the value and usefulness of the French blannels which sell always for 65 and 70 cents per yard. A smart manufacturer on this side has produced the same effect in Tuxedo Flannels in a line of beautiful and service able designs especially adapted for wrappers and children's dresses. They are 36 inches wide and we shall sell them for i2j^ cents per yard—Base ment. With this lot arc eighteen pieces of Scotch Flannel in cotton warp and wool filling; splendid wash goods, that are reduced from 37^ cents to 25 cents per yard—Basement. Roxhury and Smith Bius«cls reduced in to in He O R. Two Linen bargains that are interesting to housekeep ers—a fine quality of cream damask table linen, 64 inches wide, all in new designs, are put on sale at 50 cents, from 75 cents. One lot of extra heavy Huckaback towels, all pure linen, size 24x48, for 25 cents. Worth one-lhird more — Basement. The last of our Jackets are on the bargain table. If you have enough faith in the re maining March weather to feel they will not lie of use, the prices will be in your way. They are in black cloth and twilled cheviots, both trimmed and plain, and for ladies and misses. $5.00 ones reduced to $3.50. 00 cut-» reduced to $3 (X), $8 0) eues reduced to $4.00. vvm. b. Sharp & co. Fourth and Market street*. •r n aa I r s ». \\7 ANTED.—TIN AND SURET IKON W worker Apply ,IaME 8 F. WOOD dc L'O.. co r ner From an a Prang , cl r ee ls. VVaNIkn-.V COMPETE'■T TRIMMER t ? »nd a sr.lcslsdy. Apply-18 King «Irect aV.e/män TO MANUFACTURE and wbol.saleeur New Process ci 'er m- d» without apples. Ex.vient wua-s. «ten's f " partiru ars Western Older Co. L.ck lox && Topeka Kan. s _ SITUATION«* WANT F D_ S ITUATION BY A SOBER INDUd triou« married man Poaition in a furni ture «tor© or Nomewhero he can advance himeeli by str irt attention to hl» duties, « ill ing to do any thitiK* Address H. this »tbc-e. **C BLIC HALKH. UUBt.IO BALE I 't he following Rank Stock» will be sold at Stidham and Soil's auction rouui, on Mon day, Slur, h SOth. at 10 o'clock: 11 »hare* Nations! Bank,Newark. lUshar -5 Union National Bank. Wlmlngton. a share* First National Sank. Wilmington. !♦ shares Wilmington aij'1 Brand.,» Iu. Bank, » lliulugton. aSNAJ. WAY, sz*«uuLs ol Anna X, Belt later Mtate, & V > ' * - ■ ;v AwU liiiil mmr » ! V ,\.. v >/ y sV* K ■ tj m / K ••• w/. ' À, V \ ' Ki - L-. 's m :;m il 4 0 a 1 An] lit' Jtr Il I J w : ✓* J ^ 'I fr • - x m iW * (f lit re * \ y a ]ÿSi I m ■ i. c. . «y -® ji v L- ; V \M A, ... ^ ' >kmaf Vli I»' ■ ¥ -, UM««! «I u A in for \ V \ \ 4 ¥ J'Nj \S A H > 1 - .SI/4 s ; 0 ■ t s Wmu h », T> : Pcrj r fc/nMMHllHiW i / Tk ,4 = r £ UR CARPET DEPARTMENT now presents a busy appearance, as the This is the time of times when o time for moving and refurnishing draws near. the pulse of trade is quickened and a demand created for furnishings. Wc ate to-day more alive than ever to the wants of our customers; our splendid assort ment bears us out in the assertion that we are to-day showing the hand»omest line of Carpets to be found in the city at prices far below those prevailing for seasonable goods. On several grades we arc now making a special sale at prices unheard of before. We have just received fresh from the looms fifteen new designs of WILTOTT CAEPETS With 5/6 borders, which retail generally for $2 50 per yard; the patterns are handsome floral designs and moresque scrolls indescribably beautiful in their marvelous tints and richness For this lot they go at $1.65 per yard. These are not broken lots, but you have your choice of the entire line, and if we haven't enough of the pattern you select we will get it for you. Smith Axminsters in all their exquisite and subdued effects at $1.35 per yard with 5 /a borders. WILTON VELVETS—Smith's and Sanford's makes, $1.10 per yard; usual price, $1.50. . ' BODY BRUSSELS, best quality five frame—with borders or without (Lowell and Hartfords included), ten patterns at $1 per yard while they last. Ten Wire Tapestry of the best grades (Roxhury included), at 75c per yard—1500 yards at this price at this writing; more later perhaps, and perhaps not. 1 o be on the safe side buv now. The most extensive drive of them all is fifty rolls, comprising twenty of the best patterns at 50c per yard; regular price, 80c. These Carpets are acknowledged by all to be the best made, and at this price they arc a bargain seldom met with. All-wool Ingrain Carpets, 50c per ya^d; formerly 75c. or 1,800 yards. .. Now we haven't quoted a price on remnants or unsaleable goods on the above, but all are for one to ten pieces of a pattern. Our remnant price on Moquettes is 75c per yard, pieces ranging in size to fit 30-yard rooms on down. In looking for Moquettes bring your room size with you; perhaps there is here what you want. This lot consists of fifteen rolls. ARDLY EVER has such a radical change been inaugurated in a department UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT. It has been enlarged and many new things have been added in Spring and Summer Draperies and Furniture Coverings. Mr. Morris Worrall, well-known to Upholstery buyers of this city, now Ins charge of the department, and would he pleased to see his many friends and show them the most complete line of Upholstery goods shown in the city. We have just received a new stock of as is the case in our ;j| soft xm-A-iPiETersr silks. Cretonnes in all the new Chintz colorings, suitable for bed-room decorations and furni ture slij) covers. ... • -loi. Irish Point, Tambour. Nottingham, Madras and Muslin Curtains by the pair with Sash Curtains to match. Floor Damask and Stair Coverings—we are showing the choicest and most extensive stock ever shown in this city, in every width from fourteen inches to five yards wide, patterns to match. The quality and finish surpass any that we have ever yet seen, and the prices are the most moderate. Stair Linens from 15 to 36 inches wide. Hall Linens, 1 yard, yards and 2 yards wide. Floors measured and estimates given cheerfully at any time. Chenille Curtains wc are now offering at prices never before thought of. At $3.50 we have them in the newest styles, fringed top and bottom; the same curtains sold elsewhere for $5. Curtains usually sold for $7, our price $4.50. So on throughout the whole range of prices to the best Chenille Curtain made, and not an off color or unsaleable pattern in the whole lot, but all of the newest tints. in IVOBY EESEDA, OLD LfcOSIB, FAWN, TOBACCO. OLD BLUE, estimates for Drapery furnished and work executed by artists in Designs and ihe business. Sixth and Tatnall FURNISHERS AND DECORATORS»