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National. Secretary Gresham is authority for the Btatemeut that the International Mone tary Conference will he held at Biussel* May 80, tho day fixed upon, dent will probably announce the full per souuel of t he commission from the United States this week The Duke and Duchess of Veragua visited the White House and ceived by President and Mrs Cleveland. The royal party also called on Secretaries Gresham and Lament. It is reported that President Cleveland has ordered Commissioner Blotttit to complete his investigations at Hawaii and sail for San Francisco on the steamer leaving Honolulu on May 24. Commissioner Carter, representing the Hawaiian Provisional Government, not! fled Secretary Gresham that he would sail on May 4 for Honolulu. The Piesi were re Philadelphia. The old Liberty Bell was moved to the station at Thirty-second and Market stteet8, en route for the World's Fair. The event was celebrated by a grand military parade Rev Dr William N. McVIckar has de cliued to accept the nomiuatlon of the Broad Church Conference to the Eplsco pate of Massachusetts as successor of Bishop Brooks. Harry A Johnson, held for the shoot ing of Michael Burke, Camden, who died at Cooper's Hospital, has confessed that he did so, but that it was due to an acci dent The Presbytery of Philadelphia met yesterday afternoon aud took final action ou the overtures for the revision of the confession of faith. Kev. Dr. Dickey gave notice yesterday to the Presbytery of bis intention to re sign as pastor of the Calvary Presby terian Church in order to assume full charge of the Presbyterian Hospital. Bankers discussed President Cleve land's financial policy. Importers of raw wool have declared that the precautions that , the United Niâtes Government is taking to guard against the entrance of cholera will ruin the American woolen trade business The committee on the "808" banquet met aud arranged the list of speakers and guests of honor. Edward Scully, David Moran and Frank Large were held to await the result of Taylor Albertson's injuries. Guiseppi Damico was found dying from a gun.shot wouud received at Wright's (station. The Philadelphia Hospital Training School forwarded its exhibit to Chicago The inquest in the fatal Cherry street lodging house tire of January was con cluded. Pennsylvania. The certificates called for by the Geary law were given at Pittsburg to twenty eight Chinamen who registered. Colonel George H. Morgan, a well known newspaper man and Democratic politician, committed suicide at Lebanon, The newly organized Heading Tiactiou Company is anxlons to secure control of the Hast, Heading Electric road aud the Reading & Southwestern Railway. New Jersey. Supr -me Court Justice Van Syckel has granted an order for a rule to show cause why the proceedings against the Elizabeth bookmakers shall not be quashed as irregular. Two of the Democratic Jersey City Fi nance Commissioners, whose terms are about toe- pire, secured from Judge Lip piijcott a writ of quo warranto, acting as a stay, to test the legality of the ap Î iolutmeut by Mayor Wanser, of Repub leans to take their places. Foreign. It U understood at Rome that Emperor William in his conference with the Pope discussed questions relating to the po siliou of the Roman Catholic Church Gcrmauy. The wedding fetes continued In Rome and King Humbert and the Kaiter took part in a great military re view. The Norwegian Parliament adjourned sine die and postponed indefinitely the vote on the civil list as a mark of de fiance to King Oscar. Mlacella* ms. It is reported in New York among financiers that the reason President Cleveland issued his proclamation about the government's financial policy was reassure the New York bankers, who had agreed to turn $30,U00,0l0 in gold over the Treasury Department. The Treas ury Department in Washington re ported it had received enough orders of gold for the present for all demands Should tho gold reserve be depleted it believed Mr. Cleveland will call an extra session of Congress. At a meeting the Boston Clearing House Association it was voted to give half its reserve gold to the gov-rnment in exchange for legal tender notes. The sum will amount about $5,1 00,000 The Columbian squadron left the ren dezvous at Hampton Roads for New York, the Philadelphia leading the port column and the Blake the starboard. The Span ish men-of war with the caravels have already arrived In the lower New York bay. In spite of all efforts the unreasonable weather is still delaying the World's Fair progress. The strike of the carpen ters failed to materialize, but the exhi bits in the buildings are far from being completed, aud May Day will find whole fair in a very chaotic state. The trans Mississippi Congress, which all the states west of the Missis sippi save Minnesota and Louisiana represented, began Us session at Salt Lake City, Utah. Twenty boys, inmates of the House Refuge at Baltimore, overcame the gate keeper and escaped from the Institution. Six were recaptured but fourteen, made good their escape One man was killed and four fatally injured by the collapse of a partition wall iu a new building at Cincinnati A restraining injunction having been removed, the United States Express Company will resume business over New York and New England railroad. THE CCNIJIttE JOHANN HOFF'S ^5-( WSalt Extract i U Wait k v -—-?.=» tho life of grain. )t Jcharr. Hoîf's J Extrade? Mali fV. is the Mail ' all the B5ÜLÏ3. m A f; !) \>Jj. O-l *' c hAUN HOFF ll 5 ; -T EXTR ' JsHakn MO© A Delicious Tabic Bovcrago. PurcHpK«*T* Lie yrrmctl amiaft inpoaf •*D n and (.zsappointmui.:. In i-.t ui*m the " viWi w nrl .« !i » Ii.tw Gnu hir'iaiurad «•jqttANHgyh.* " '.»■ • « - _ Eisner & Menrielson Co., Solo Agents. 152 and 151 Franklin Street, N. Y., THEIR STATEMENTS CONFLICT. The Resident and the Oldest Inhabitant of Galena Tell Not the Haute Tale. A resident of Galena, Md , the peniu sula town which waa recently almost wiped out, by fire, writes as follows: "Pennington's Hotel, another of the burned buildings, was at one time used as a jail, and though antique In appear ance, afforded accommodations for quite a number of guests. It is also stated prior to the war and when the building served as a jail, slaves were here examined an to their physical condition by physicians before being disposed of to the highest bidder. "Another peculiar fact 1 b that there are now living at Galena but four persons over 40 years of age of the entire popu lation who were born and reared in the town. One of the four is Jeremiah Peacock, who lost four houses and nearly his entire stock of gdods In the fire. He still has nine dwellings standing. He has accumulated considérable property and is one of the leading and influential citizens of the town. He will rebuild as soon as the insurance companies settle the losses. "In reference to the above,Cornelius J. Scott, oue of the oldest and most infiu ential men of the town, says: 'The Pen nington Hotel Is one of the three oldest buildings of the place, but wheu, or by whom it was built, we have no account whatever. My mother, who was born and lived in or near this place from 1788 until her death, had no knowledge or tradition of a time when these buildings were erected When I was a small boy, in the year 1825, Penningtou's Hotel (Union Tavern) was kept by James Salis bury " 'Where the shed dining room stood, there was an old dilapidated building, which they called the 'jail,' and to frighten me the men would threaten to confine me there, and would often carry me to the door. I had been told, and since I have grown to manhood, old men have confirmed the same, that after the war of 1813,gentlemen came ou from the South, and especially from the State of Georgia, to purchase Elaves from their own plantations, and when the purchases were made in Maryland and in Delaware, they, (the slaves), aud put in the Salisbury, who gave them their liberty during the day, but confined them at night, or at least, in the jail as their sleeping place, but that it was kept as a market for slaves, or that they were ex amined here before the purchase was made, is a falsehood from the whole cloth. There were no slaves confined in that house for sale within my recollec tion, and I can distinctly remember hack to 1825. Mr. Salisbury moved from thie village about 1823 or 1830, and after it passed into Dr. Dunbar's hands in 1832 the old shed was torn away. So much for the 'jail.' " 'In regard t» the 'peculiar fact,' in stead of only four persons of the entire population, bom and living in the village of forty years ago, there are fourteen to my own personal knowledge, who were born in the place and living here now, have always lived here and are over 40 years of age. There are quite a number of persons living in this place who have lived here more than forty years, hut were not born here. " 'John Pennington repaired and tore down and added a new part to the hotel about fifteen or eighteen years age. ' " were brought care of Mr. If you wish to «void the rush that we usually have on Saturdays call in this evening or to morrow, pick out what suits you, we'll have it laid aside for you. have it pressed, aud if auy alterations are needed we'll have it doue, all ready for ^you to take away when you want it It makes it easier for you aud us too. Max Ephraim, New York Clothing House, 316 Market street. Sharp's dry goods store. A 6 Per Cent. Invest ment. New York, March 7, 1893. In 1873 I took out Tontine Eudow rnent Policy No 78,620, with the Equit Right next door to able Life Assurance Society of the I United States, for ÿ5,000, and have paid, in all, $4 768 in premiums to the Company. On the maturity of the Endowment tho Company paid me $7,985.20 in cash W. A. Ross. This is a return of *11 the premiums paid, and interest on the same at the rate of Ojj per cent, per annum Anson A Maher, Manager, Equitable Building, Wilmington, Del. If you wish to avoid the rush that we usually have on Saturdays, call in this evening or to morrow, pick out what suits you, we'll have it laid aside for you, have it pressed, and if auy alterations are needed we'll have is done, all ready for you to take away when yon want it It makes it easier for yon and us too. Max Ephraim,New York Clothing House. 316 Market street. Right next doot to Sharp's dry goods store. PENINSULA NEWS PARAGRAPHS. Two farms in the Fourth election dis trict belonging to Jumes L Payne were »old on Saturday by W R. Martin, assignee, to John Mason, of Lasten, for $2,850. Fisheries along the Choptank river have proved more profitable this season than for several years. Both shad anti herring have been fairly abundant and the demaud has been such as to keep the prices high But few have been shipped to tlie city markets. Farmers have had a good season for their work. Nearly all are ready for corn planting, which will begin generally next week. There is every reason to expect an enormous fruit crop. All the blossoms are alive and scarcely an or chard iu the county can bear the crop now indicated. The acreage of peas planted for canning purposes is larger than usual. T. J. Cleaver, of the Chesapeake and Delaware Caual Company, wrote to Col lector Marine yesterday about two dan gerous obstructions to navigation in the Elk river off Town Point. The obstrue tions are caused by the. sinkin schooners Kate L. Ferries and which are eupposed to have struck on the sanken tug Dolphin. The tug was cut through by the ice and sunk iu Elk river iu Fehurary Mr. Cleaver complains that the government authorities have failed to buoy this spot and that there is much complaint from vessel captains iu consequence If you wish to avoid the rush that we usually have on Saturdays call iu this evening or to-morrow, pick out what suits you, we'll have it laid aside for you, have it pnssrd. aid if any alterations are needed, we'll have it done, all ready for yon to take away when yon want it. It makes it easier for you and ns too. Max Ephraim. New York Clothing House, 316 Market street. Right next door to Sharp's dry goods store. of of the rsheba, oi 1 niKii. DUTTON.—Tit this city, on th« 17th in atant, Jane* Olof, non of Joseph A. and Melitta I »niton, aged Ifl vear- ami 7 m nth». KINO.—On of Hiram H. NICHOLS. - of tile late John Nlchol», aged Kl years PLUNKKTT.—On the 18th Inst.. Philip H.. son of Eilen It. ami the inte James A. Piunkett, ag <1 21 ) years. RnQKHK.—A I ' EW CASTLE, APRIL 21»t Mary G. wife of J. H. Rogers, and only daugh ter of the late Edward D. Ingraham of Phil adelphia. STEEN.—In this city on April 21, James Steen, In the 04th year of his age. April ll'tli, Alice V. daughter hint In herJlat year. An April SI, Adeline !.. widow DENTISTRY IN ALL BRANCHES DR. E. C. HONEYWELL, DENTIST, Office, 708 Market St., Wilmington, Del ^ Extracting, - 26c jf With Gas or Air, 60c K>c , tv,ri Gold Fillings Li I , / $1 and $2. \ j SILVER, 75c. Honeywell'e Origlual and Special Made Gas and Vitalized Air tor extracting teeth with out pain. Teeth that ache from exposed nerve* treated and filled and guaranteed to give satisfaction Set of Teeth, #5.00. Hont Set, #8.00. AU work warranted. Office open 8 am. until R p. m. MAX EPIIRAIM, N. Y. Clothing House. If you were to take all fash ions in Men's Suits given in the fashion plates, all the style advertised in the papers, and select a big variety of the pret tiest and best, you would have just such a stock as we have, for that's just what we have done. Same with Boys' Suits, same with Trousers. We could fill this newspaper with colors, fabrics, styles and prices but the goods are here, and do their own talking if you wish. To avoid the rush that we usually have on Saturdays, call in this evening or to-morrow, pick out what suits you, we'll have it laid aside for you want, have it pressed,and if any alter ations are needed we'll have it done all ready for you to take away when you want it. Strictly on« price and if dis satisfied with your purchase we will return your money. MAX EPIIRAIM, N. Y. Clothing House, 316 Market Street. BOARD AND ROOMS /'ENTLKMKN HOARDERS WANTED. ' 1 . >o. it Khm .s eve th street. rÄNTED -BOARDERS AND LODGERS at No. Kill West Four! Ii nt reel. « T ANT» D. BÖJ RDEHS. GOOD Af'OOM >V modstions. WESTERN HOTEL Four'll and Orange streets. w I T'OR RENT.— TWO ROOMS COMMUNI cating, on second ll«K>r. furnished or un furnished. Apply at 839 Market street. W ANTED.-BOARDERS, GOOD AOOOM modatlnns. No. 403 East Fonrt.h street. FOB SALE. I 70 R SALE.— AOÎGAR STORE. ADDRESS U JOURNAL, th is »fine._ L'OR SALE.—AT A GREAT BARGAIN. U Harness business, building'stuck, .tools, good-will. No opposition. Good location. Splendid living for nnergetie man. Address, 'HARNESS." this office. V7*OK SALE:-A BARGAIN. DWELLING. 1 No. 1327 Washington street, eight moins, batli. healer, front porch, e *-., beautiful lor a* ton Possession at once. Terms to suit. Apply 10 W.,1. FISHER. B*» Market t.rect AHKitl) LADIES.- SEND 11) CENTS fur "infallible Safeguard" (no ineriicine option:) just what (you want. Ladles' . Kansas City, Mo. V. no dec Ba/.nr MITCHELL, UNDERTAKER IOI7 Market Street, ' Formerly of No. 412 King street. Residence, 111*5 Madison Street- Telephone connection. GEORGE P. LUCKMAN, HOUSE :: PAINTING In all its branches. Glazing, Craining, fete. Roofs Painted atd guaranteed for five years. Shop, Sixth and Orange Streets WELLS BROS., DEALERS in Prime Beef Stalls 17 and IK, Eighth St. Market. Branch Stores, 8. E. Cur. Rerd and Van Buren and N W. Cor Se» eut h and Pine. Plumes 342 . 242.31!) where all orders will he promptly attended to. PAINLESS EXTRACTING NO GAS. writ>E AWAKE. NO PAIN. 830 Harket Street. Wednesdays 9 to 5 oVlwlr. PtillwlflUihiA offîr»,'Nf). '(*» WlmHnn Ht THOMAS McHUOH. WHOLESALE I.IQUOR DEALER Bo. I» Mark-» Treet. wtvinr'on. Dalawai» AMIÎRKMKNT*. ßOXING AND WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT. WARREN ATHLETIC CLUB ■ AT GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, APRIL 25. Six sparring set-tos and two wrestling bouts on their merits tor valuable prizes. ADMISSION BALCONY fO CENTS * 25 CENTS Reserved neat» 10 and 23 cents extra. The la»»» ttvu row« in parquet not reaerefd. 9eats now on «alu at Opera House Box Office New-Centiiry Clnt Braiii Room Hong RecitHl. MRS. CORINNK MOURK LAWéON, UaUted b| MIh Joli« K. Bo*tford. THUR 8 P AY KVKN1XO AI »R IL 97,1898, at 8 o Y look . GRAND OPERA HOUSE. THURSDAY, APRIL :::. CHARLES FHOHMAN presents MEN AND WOMEN, with Hu'Grunt Now Y ork O—j grand opera house One Night Only, Friday, Apill 23, A. Y. PBARhON'S Big Realistic Production, THE MIDNICHT ALARM 4 i • I • t * » THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC Monday and Tuesday, April 24 and 2.". the event of the season, a superb spectacular production of the great il ruina, 5« PAUL KAUVAR »» By a superior company 100—PeopleOn TheStage—100 New and »penal »eonory, cost unie», calcium lights, mechanical effects, etc* NOTICE.-Free lint entirely suspended. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Four nights, April 23,27.28. 2», Matinee Sat urday. Annual return of the favorites. GEORGE A. BAKER'S OPERA COMPANY. 50-PEOPLE 50 Rppcrtoiri Wednesday Thursday evening Friday evening ... Saturday matinee Saturday evening. ..."»aid Pasha" ." Dorothy" Bo h emian Girl" ...''Fra Dlavolo" ."Krmlnle" enlng heats now on sale. NOTICE-Free list entlrelv suspended. THK World's Fail Museum of Anatomy Now on uxhihltion at No. 300 Market Street, Occupying Entire Building; open. 10 n in- un til 1*1 p. m. I .ml h 1 *' inuilnec Tuesday and Fri day aftcrnnonH from 1 until 0 p. m. ADMISSION, - IO CENTS PUBLIC »ALKS. PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND kitrhtHi tumltur© Hi No. IUÖ Lombunl on Tburwlay. April »7, 1»W, M 9.JU o'clock. con«i»tintc of one parlor »ult, two elm rube! »ult», bure U, l*»d»t«*inl», «tanna, table», chair», ex tenu Ion table, refrigerator, bed« ami matt ream««. Brunei», inarain and rag carpet», one good ranne, two parlor »love» and (tiers and queennwar© An.* end man y other article». The aUive pood* in (food order and will be positively »old. K. HA 88 . t» >'onr* Drake. Auetloneo r. ale of UNCLAIMED FhElUHT.—WE w ill «« 11 , on ^ ^ FRIDAY an«l SATURDAY, April 2* and 29. At our auction rooms, No. Ill East Fourth lackages of unclaimed fr* 1 «ht of th«* Adamu Kxpr« fh Company. Sale» Iwifin at 7.:K L. W .8 II>11 AM X .SON. Auctioneer. I S street.!»*) Though Only a Contemplated Experiment With us it 1ms proved such a success that we will con tinue our great sale ot $10.00 SUITS For another ten days so as to give everybody a chance. We'll not have you say afterward that the time of the sale was too limited and on that account you could not save your $3.00 to $5.00 on a suit. Let everybody enjoy the feast we have spread for them. Though comparatively newcomers the name of TURK CLOTHING COMPANY is on every tongue and always pleas antly spoken, for the public has found us out to be genuine Bar gain Givers. Here read our credentials : 1. Our complete line of goods is entirely new, as this is our first season in business. 2. Our goods are as good as any, or better. 3. Our $10.00 Men's Suits or Spring Overcoats are the best value Jfor the money in the city, same as you are charged $15.00 elsewhere. Our trimmings and workmanship have no superior. 5. Our assortment is second to none. Our way of doing business is the only one. Our prices are marked in plain figures. Our boys' Hickory and Combination Suits are World Beaters. Our aim is to please our patrons and make a customer of eyery purchaser. 10. Our Prices are the Lowest. JUST RECEIVED, 89 dozen unlaundried Shirts, reinforced front and back, 2200 linen bosom, New York Mills muslin, 45 Cents, worth 70 cents. 4. 6 . 7. 8 . 9. TÜRK CLOTHING COMPANY, 415 MARKET STREET. Haiti more, Cor. Gay and Front Streets. _ HKM» WANT*!). a nt ici)'- ïrÀ ( ' rTnistVI fto small DEL w work. Young man preferred AWARE HARD flHi K Co. Union am! »ilevonth streets. WANTED AGUODH'LHE P .UNTER 'y immediately. Geo. P, Luckmati 5th ■ ml Ora nice ANTED.—GIRLS TO FILL MATCH Apply at match factory No. I Walnut streels. YV boie*. fourteenth and WANT1CD. . ^ _ (MfuUYVANTTO 'i i! OK ICKNT PK«u 4 erty call on HAWKINS & * o , 712 Market street ■ No charge unless runted or sold. I iNSTitt TTimr. l/KB NOH AND HI %NI 8 H I fcNÔi ÀOB I taught by a practical nov method with iut a text book. Hid Market »treat, second -tory front. Wilmington, Did. NOTICES. OTIcE.—AN ADJOURNED MEETING of the Democrats of the Fourth Ward will tie held In Baker's Union Building, No. BK) East Fourth street, on Wednesday even ing, at 8 o'clock. JoilN J. O'HARA, Chair man. _____ VrOTICE Si Vi H WARD DKMOCH VI'S. A IV meeting <il the Democrats of the .Sixth Ward Will ha held in the rooms of the Y. M. I). Cluli 812 Markst street. Thursday Even ing. April 27th at 8 o c oi k. Business of Im portance _W ll.l.l AM G. id-van. chairman. OTICE III 1 i DEMO* RATS OF THE Eleventh Ward are requested to meet on Wednesday evening, April 2lt. a* Sixth avenue and Brown atreet. WILLIAM flit ITT. Chairman. R. W. O. WH4NF.lt HAS REMOVED from 72*1 Kings*. In 8 '-'l Washington St. N otice.—whareage and storage, Christiana river foot of East Seventh street. Shipping t acilltle» by three railroads, ('•nnaylvanl. Ball more and Ohio anil Wil mington and No* them (Philadelphia and Reading connection). Vessel owners and agents, contractors, merchants and dealers generally are Informed that they can obtain wharfage and storage room on our properly at reasonable rales. Apply to McCULLOUGH IRON COMPANY', Seventh Avenue, Wilmington. OTICE. THE DEMOCRATS OF THE Seventh ward will meet to-morrow. Tuesday evening, at «o'clock, at the Georg« Gray Club House at Delaware avenue and S. N. SMELT/.. Chairman. OTICE.—A U0O1J PLACE FOR »Toll ing f urniture A.. 417 Ship ley street. OBRES BOARD AD.-APPLY AT WASH ington Street Club Stable, Third and Washington. \ N I> and Railroad N hcott «treet N 11 1'ROPOMAlaft. >KOI 1)8 KL fl VÏ ILL BE EEC BIN ED BY the Police ('oniinimioii, lu offert May for seven tv < 7 lb new huit», cap» anti helmet« for the police f«jroe. 8 ample» and bld» to be 17,10 a m i tommiaelon reserve til© right to reject any and all bid«. For further inforniattou inquire of WILLIAM M. PYLE, Acting Secretary, i J. & C. FISCHER, Over 94,000 in use. A. E. CHASE, The wonderful Piano. MATHDSHEK, SCHUBERT, The most durable, Tho best NEW PARLOR ORGANS FROM $60 UPWARDS. medium, Every Instrument \Varrant»ii for Five Years You do yourself an Injustice If you buy before seeing our stock and getting our prices. GEO. E. DEARBORN, Branch of 1508 Chestnut Street. Phil«. 513 SHIPLEY STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL ESTABLISHED NEARLY *i YEARS _REAI, KBTATE._ |,''Ult .RENT LOW.—STORE AND DWKLL I inyt, 21(1 Market street. A well eatah llshed business stand. Apply to W. J. FI KHE Ü- . I S 0 Market a t raet. I,''Oil .ÏENT. THE STORES No. 211 AND i 213 t\. Front St., these stores are suit sble fort any kind of business. Apply to PHILIP». PLUNKETT, No. 2 nn W. Front SI., or W m. I). MlLLRR.No « W. Ser ont h et. IfOR il EM - A STAHLE WITH SIX I stall i on Grange street, between Fifth and Mxtli streota. A pply to JOHN P. DON OHOK. f It ) Qteaff ia raat. FOit RENT. #01 Van Huran street » rooms unit bath, ML ('l l-15-17-11*, Jackson et reel. ID rooms and I Intt it $25. ! Broome and Banning streets 13 rooms and bath ( 22 . Four houses l-ovwrlng avenue and Jacksi ,n street 6 rooms and bath $14. 220T Market streut 7 rooms, $1«. STORES. I covering avenu A and Jackson str »ett V». Third and Waaalnglon streets $ 28 , Apply to I JOHN MÜV.VENA. No. 913 Mt rk©t strew», Phone. 639. STORE AND DWELLING Centrally located, well situated for any businsas, all in ilrat-claaa order. Examine it. 215 WEST SEVENTH STREET. Will sell upon easy terms or will rent to good party. HEALD&CO. JOS. L. CARPENTER, JR., 923 Market Street, Real Estate, Bohös anä Mortßases. MONEY TO LOAN At 5 and Q per cent. m 3 tillable Becurttlea In dennmlnatton, of $X t) to $ 5 . 0111 . 1'rlncipnl and Interest s' deed. guar ► I _ATI.A ntic citv, n. j._ I'eunsylvanla Railroad. Iz-avo Philadelphia. Market street wharf, expresa, 8 An a. in . :t.m, 4.10 slid 5IX) p.m., week day», Accommodation. gJO and * 2(1 a. J.3d and 4 2h p. m. Sundays express, #.15 s m. Accommodation, Mill ami 8.17 a. m., 4.00 y». m . Philadelphia and Rnadlnc R. B Ij 'ave Chestnut «tro«t and South -ifrest ®*Pn**». ».no a. m., 2 . 00 , iïrVw ' m * Accommodation, 8,00 a. m. % 6.43 p. in. Sunday—Exprnss, 9.00 and 10.00 in. Ac com modation. 8.00a. m., 4.30 p. m. THE MANSION. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. The largest Hotel. Open all the ICH ARLES MoLADK. year. HOTEL ATGLEN. Michigan and Pacific Avenues. Near Ocean. Terms reasonable. J. F. REED. HOTEL HECKLER, Formerly Normandie, Corner Atlantic and Pennsylvania avenues. Fitted up In first class style. Open all the year HENRY HECKLER.' MONTEREY HOTEL, Virginia avenue, near the beach. Hot and colil ««R water bath«, ami all pi nom of Interest# Newly furnished; excellent table. _ K. K. NEWCOMER, THE EARL, Ocean end of South Carolina Avenue. Open all the year, 1(4) feet from the ocean. _E. SMITH. THE MT. PLEASANT AND ANNEX. Virginia Avcnne, near the Beach. Open all the year. Terme reasonable. Accommoda* thin, for *50 «arete. IMiTH. THE NORWOOD, Ocean end of Kentucky avenue. Open all (he year. Terms reasonable. F. ALS FELT. THE RADNOR, South Carolina Avenue. Centrally located, within three minutes walk of ocean. _ H. W. SHARPLE 88 . THE WESTMINSTER, Kentucky Avanne between Pacific Avenu, and Ooean. A now ho um* under experienced manage ment. Every cunventehce. MRS. M. BOOHS. NOW OPEN, No. 11 STATES AVENUE, Atlantic City. MRS. A. RYAN. KENILWORTH INN Ocean End Kentucky*Ave. ATLANTIC CITY,' N. J. Steam Heat, Elevator. Elegant and Modem MRS. ANNIE GRUBB, Prop r'M aj. m 2* fis t rri if«) t SAN MARCOS HOTEL, Pacific and Massachusetts Aves. NOW OPEN. NEAR THE REACH. egantly furnished; Ocean View; Steam Ileal; Hydraulic Elevator: Sun Parlors; Electric Calls; Fire Escapes; Telephone; Telegraph Calls. Etc. Etc. Hot and Cold Halt and Freak Water Baths In the House. $2 50 and Up Per day. Special liâtes by the Weak. i Charles William Edwards, I Successor to ISAAC SOLOMON, (Formerly one of the propi Bingham House, Philadelphia). WILLIAM E. COCHRAN rletors of th* Manager. IIANKING AND FINANCIAL. A HT1BANB' HAVING« NO. C02 MARKET STREET. BANK. Wilmington. Delà Open daily from * o'clock a. m. until 4 p. and on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 in. to p. m. ASSETS. DEPOSITS, SURPLUS, . |951,170.flfl 840,641.89 #110,599.17 a INTEREST ALLOWED on deposits money for one or more calender months at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. Money loaned on Mortgages on Real Estate. GEORGE \V. BUSH, 1'resident. Ü. WF.cI.EY WEI.blN, Vice-President. E. T. TAYLOR. Secretary and Treasurer JOSEPH M. MATHER, Auditor. N..V. R. K. KUUINSON & CO.. KANKERS AND BROKERS, CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET BT 8 . Stock bought and sold In the New York, Philadelphia and Breton markets on commis sion. Letters of credit given, available In all part* of the world, and ifrafts on England, Ireland, France. Germany and Sw itzerland issued. LICENSE APPLICATIONS. N otice. - i. thomas toy, the owner and occupant of the house know» sstlie "iVlillau» Penn Hotel," situated Brandywine Banks, in School Districts 23 and 75, Christiana hundred, count, of New Castle and St At# Of IMawnr» 1 , In compliance with the re uulrcinents of th© acts of th© uene<al A«m*tnhly in Mich tas© made and provided, do hereby give notice that l shall apply in writing to the Cour, of General Sessions of the Peace and Jail Deliv ery of the Siate of Delaware, in and for NOW Cast e county, on Monday, the 8 th day of May, A D. 18**3. being the next term of sold court, for a license for said house as un inn or tHvern. for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors iu less quantities than one quart, to be drunk on tin- premises, und the following re s|m-> tabic citizens and substantial freehold er.- -if sitid M-ltoel district*, recommend the —id application, viz; Thomas .1. ilanley t' ill a ii Kirkwood Will lain Rowe, 6 r John lirai Eugene I. Toy Georgo Frizzell William Ï. Fhmiiran Th'itHA# J. Law logs Jatne» .Mo'inma Joli » Dougbeffy Miuha©l i'outfberty . Hichaxnl I. ttew# THOMAS TOtr* riRK INSI KARCK. livvR Fire insurance in the _ I reliable companies at lowest rates, «n HAWKINS » CO.. TU Market «ra*C -—