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ONLY DKJ 1CHAT1C DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE SPATE. DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EVIL J0URN, ^ PRINTING COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, FÜÜRTI AND SHIPLEY STREETS, Wll tINOTON, DELAWARE. Entered at ie Wilmington post-office at sec ond-class matter. 8 18CRIPTION RATES, (IN ADVAHCa.1 . $3 09 One year.. .. lx month hreetnon s. ne month .. 1 M' t ,;5 J6 A VEHTI8INO RATES Cards fur shed on application. 8ATI . DAY. M ARCH S 1S»4 Did you ut out the coupon to-dayT Top. op] cents of the administration are dingt' to the Hawaiian bone as if they never expected to find any meat _ Don't f- l to save your coupons so as to secure . 1 the parts of that great work, "Sights grid Scenes of the World," which we are uo' offering to our readers. SüPPOSt the Republicans put up or shut up al out Hawaii, If they are as anxious as .hey profess to bs to annex Dole and hose "American interests." why do tb. f not invent some decent and respectabl plan for annexation? Tbhbk < *»ea of brandy shipped to Senator Ci ueron in Florida, were seized while pass ')g Beaufort, 8. C If Qover nor Till ms i wanted brandy be should have as) d for It; so that Senator Cameron v onid not have to suffer from thirst. _ Ir they Lite that sort of thing, the Pennsylva lacs may make the vote for Mr Grow inanlmuus That will nut alter the s nation. We expect to lose Peuosylva la; we don't care how much the majoil ? is. In passing the seigniorage bill the Populist I .jTled sud scared Democrats bad an op) rtunity to vote so ax to create an Impress I >n at home. Since voting for the repeel of the Shermau Silver Pur chase elan e, many of them hare beeu solicitous for their staudlug at home; bsuco they use this bill to correct any bad lmpr< slon that might bare beeu made by t.<eir previous votes. It Is geu erally und- .-stood that either the Senate or Mr. Clt - eland will block the passage of the se..;niorage bill. We have more currency t w than we need. But in anv case this t.lver sop to the Populists Is harmless. Tbricos remarkable faith cure method ever pract ed was Introduetd by Dr Mr Fadden * .o has just died in Chicago Hi* faith sure was not the orthodox method. Instead of praying to relieve the patient s sickness, he pietended to be able to sen a the devils away by cnrslng them. Hi profanity is said to have been com) ebendve, crlgtnal aud volum loons It was not potent, however, to save his wn life; for tbongh the air about him Is said to have been redolent with brim one. and of a deep azure hue, be died. Ie is still dead, or, as the Every Eve ing would say, "atone dead In many ways the protectionists tra verse or enounce their contentions. Thus the N w York Tribune referring to Carnegie's advice to pass a moderate tariff bill au as not to endanger "tbe pesc> ot ths eon -try," has discovered a con spiracy wh 'h explains, it say«, "the iron king's sndi n conversion from'» disciple and benefit, try of protection Into an ad vocate piei ing gratuitously the cause of a free trad- measure " This admits that Carnegie is ths beneficiary of the measure which was passed for the bene fit of the merlean workingmen snd preserve tb Iron Industry from destruc tion It Is another admission to refer him as eo- tending ' gratuitously" for free trade measure. Of course we all know that the contentions for the work logmen an for tbe Industries are non sense and roams, but It is seldom tuai tbe protect mists admit either. • A BILL 'm protect senility has been passed by the MssssehuseMs Legist» tare Tais is s measure intended to duce in sotr. 1 oases, and abolish in other esses, the amount of damages in breach of promise salts, where the men are over 60 yea s of age. It is the pies of advocates f tbe bill that men of thl* ripe age ire too susceptible. When matched against the gay young blonde or tbe frolicsome widow, tbe skirt dancer or the hitherto highly respect able womat who wants a home, with fat purse i n the eide, they are spt fall victims The members of the Massa chusetts L gisisture lament this frailty. Tley Lave concocted a bill to prevt-n' excessive camtges to the old fool»' porses. E"t they acknowledge it is possible to prevent the demise that be incident to the old fellows' beans. Bt insert ing a one cent tax on sugar obtain tbe votes of tbe Lsnisiana Sena tors.and ax income tax to btain tbe votes of the Pope UU, the Tariff Reform bill be ptsfed without tbe aid uf Hill, pby. Got ra. n, Brice and tbe Republicans Senator HI is s "conservai 1 va" protector of anything that Cleveland propoxes destroy ;*' Senator Murphy's heart bleeds for tbe cufl > and collars industry ; Sens tor Qurmss has interests la the mining ind retry ; Senator Brice has denly dev» apid a tinder symp.thy tbe politic«; wool-clip of Ohio If reoalcltrsi "causerr*Uveti"propose to stand u he way of tariff reform block the sage of a bill, sa Senator Edmunds »locked the passage of McKinley bill till maple sugar boantied titan it would be well to these "conserva' Ives" and look for Important votes elaewh»ra Many ol lh<* protection papers, Ing an tbe 'cews" sen' to them by respondent la Washington bare telling the r readers thst the of a bill was likely to be defeated. They are not so confident now. They say now that Senator Brice may do as '.Bepreseu tatlve Beltzhoover of Pennsylvania did. He may vote against the free wool danse, and then vote for the passage of the bill which contains it. This seems reasonable. Since the famous message of 1887 free wool has been a cardinal relief proposed by the Democrats; it is the cornerstone of tariff reform »tor Brice should propose to reform the taiiffon Democratic lines leaving a pro tective duty on wool, he would occupy a peculiar position. It may be polities to fight against "the destruc tion of the wool industry of Ohio" In committee, hut to vote against the pas sage ol the party's reform bill is quite another matter, scarcely do that. He has nothing to gain by fighting the battle of the politi cal shepherds of Ohio. If the Repubil cans had the choice of a Senator they would not select Senator Brice other plea, nemely, that the Democratic party In Ohio should be preserved, Is equally fallacious. The free trade cam paigus of 189U and 1892 came nearer nsrrylng Ohio for the national Democ racy than any other campaigns for thirty years have come If Sen Senator Brice will Tb* Even the respectable negroes uearNew Franklin, N. J., are incensed at the murder of Mr Baker's wifa and child The civilized world Is startled by such an iwful tragedy. But the Morning News isspdngetlo The negroes are voters: the Republican party cannot exist with out their votes. Hencs the News must condone, if it cannot excuse, their crimes la this case the editor apparently could uot conceive, or If be conceived, did not dare to nuke a direct defense; hut be adopted the plan of making V r Bskar. tbs wli te man, partlceps crlmiuis The man whose wile end child were mur dered must bear his share iu the crime. The News says: The careless aud very foolish display of money before the two negroes was the immediate Incentive for the tragedy which followed The ignorant fellows had their cupidity aroused by the sight of what to them waa a fortune, and t hat intlsuinl their brutal instincts to the point where robbery aud murder was suggested to their weak minds. They were tempted aud their worst passions were aroused They were templed ; they fell. It was he victim's fault. What right has a white man upon earth anyhow, if he does not. draw a pension and vote not to de stroy the "infant industries?" A woman, too,'what should she do but ootceal her eex with bieeches and a beard? She s' all uot go abroad ah a deletiHeless woman lest she tempt a Republican voter's lust Children, too, they should walk on stilts snd never go sbrosd with innocent snd childish prsttle lest they tempt Jhms Jncsrnste fiends snd "In fluence their brutsl instincts." What logic! Wbst a monstrous mlsoncep tlou of politics) loyalty to tbe black bridge that eaves the Repubil esu party ! Senator Coilom, of Illinois, has introduced a bill to appoint a tariff com mission, aud directing that tbe commle eion shall construct a system of tariff duties based on tbe difference between tbe cost of American snd foreign labor. Be specifies tbe kind of commission he wants, snd goes Into voluminous de tails about the work the commission shall do. Perhaps Senator Cullcm has forgotten that Lis party friends cre sted surh s commission In 18U2. That commission traveled throughout tbe country, asktd confidences, interviewée) msunfsctnreis, sympathized with win king men, hobnobbed with milllon airrs, ate expensive dinners, drank s great deal of champagne, went to W ssblngton, snd recommended that tbe tariff duties be reduetdto about 20 per cunt , somellmee more,sometimee less I be commission really did its work well. Ils recommendations were just and reasonable The commission decided 1 bat tbe tariff duties were too high, sud that they should be reduced. But ths) ie uot what happened. The protection Ists, nmnnfkc urers snd capitalists swooped down upon Congress in palace oars, gave dinners to tbe committees and repreeeutid that the reduction of tbe du'iea recommended b; that commission would destroy their industries. Tbeii pleas snd dinners were s ■ effective, tbeii arguments to cogent, that instead ot doing wbst every Republican President, every real statesman, every Republics!! Secretary of tbe Treasury, every candid and honest mau, snd what the com mission appointed by the Republicans, had recommended should be done, the Republican Congress actually turned about to increase tbe tariff, giving us the tariff of Ifebfi, an aversge of 42J per cent —a higher tariff than bad ever been piopo.-ed or thought of before. If Beua tor Cullom remembers that hit of bis '■ory, be certainly introduces this bill as a ghastly piece of bntuor. A FOOL TO A GOOSE. ^ r *' E Lusse, tbe notorious l'opullst of Kansas, has delivered »' speech in New Yc.k She was Intro duced in a speech by Dr. McGlynn, who . , , r ' praised her very extravagantly as "a thinker" aid »bold speaker. . . r bo far as speaking is consented, Mrs. Lease ctOTt <1 to be attractive If nnt 1 !Uvtu to oe attractive, it no) ■ tattling. She redeemed Dr. MeQlynu's hot words. She has a pleasant face, T",!" 8l,le ' 1 " ' triln : d ara w©ll modulated toicb, lid i prolific command of flsn.Voj.nt Ist gb.ge Her uratoty has s certain kind of (Updoodlc argument. It i. . mit«, ka d uf a-gu IP» ntw-jOfit thr uorl of tu arfiuatLt. otf « . a . • Mi «Kftigbt 4oy ( tU4t o fool wo u d oa«:rio ■ a goes©. Th© greater ptrt of her lecture d*Tote<J to tb© description of tbe railing distress, sud tbU la the way she went at It; wan p re "Why «re there three starring millions She answered her self quickly,—"because that ancient and blood-thirsty in India," sbe »tk. d jEagltrd, has demonetized silver. Why enemy of America are there starving thousands In Ireland? Because of the relentless rapaelonsne^s of landlordism. Bat these things are ex pected of,the old world. Why should we now find them in the new? The reason is that England has fastened upon us her hateful gold system. It was treason to rike down the American flag,batten fold more treason was the act of the men who tried to strike down the American dol lar.—the symbol of liberty." The reporter does not state whether Mrs. Lease whistled at the end of that highly-colored verbal photograph, or paused Whistling would have b"eu, perhaps, mote expressive of hej feelings, and more consonant with her surronud inga, but the pause would have been more eloquent. Whether she paused or whistled, how ever, she resumed again to say ; An Nero fiddled while Rome was burn ing, so dll the bad, hateful old political parties keep up their tariff liukeriaga while the workingmen starved The logic of that, we are candid enough to admit, is obscure. But no doubt Mrs Lease created the impression she wished to create. That sort of nonsense always excites the Ignorant. In another burst of this spectacular and whooping eloquence she said: The P-puIist party In the only party that is In accord with tbe Constitution the principles of Justice and the teach ings of Jeeus Christ. That is surely obscure iu logic. The fact Is, the logic of it is "psychological " If not sacrlligiuue, it certainly is a fool thing to say. We cannot think other wise than that Mrs. Lease creates the Impression of a fool talklug to a goose. Parlor organe, slightly used, for $2(1, $25. $40. $Mi and $50. RougutN ii Co , No 710 Market, »treot Sole agency for the Wilcox A Whit» self playing symphony organe. martialTäw fofTminers. It on on of be a s ! Trucijn Are (iURnlliuc ltu> Mine« at Fa^le, but Ollier Fitter« Arc Threaten«'«!. Chari,kston. W. Va., March 3.—Aftei the meeting of the strikers at Montgomery hollow the governor Uni not withdraw tlie troops from Wyant's foniliiMtious at tin Eagle mines, and it is not likely now that the troops will leave for some lime. Colo nel Hodges, roinmandliig the Second regi ment, and Major Hanks, commanding s Lai I ali. m of three companies, have declared maniai law and settled down for a siege. Sheriff Hiiiman called for more troops when the si lakers moved around 1'oweU ton, which i.JCllve miles from the KagU mines and off the Chesapeake and Uhiu railway. The Hazleton miners are work ing at the reduction, and all the strikers wish is for them to coma out. The govern or and stuff held u consultation all day and night. Three hundred men an' reported to have come over from New river, and them are fears of other hands joining the strikers. The governor is in close telegraphic com uiunicatiou with the military,and nothing ha« las'll received relalive to any difficulty Me received a telegram from the sheril of Fayette county al I'awelltou stating that he was guarding the property then with a posse ol men, and while there bin us yet been no attack made by the striker from Montgomery he believes the repor that they were advanclug in 2ft .1 direc lions to attack from the from and real was correct. He asked the governor fo: military protection, A telegram Just received by Covernoi McCorkle since midnight from Divi-ioi Superintendent 3. M. Gill, now ut Coal burg, It) miles above here on the Chesa peake and Ohio, states that the strike? from tlie mines near there are congregat ing in large numbers, swearing that the; will burn the Cbesa|ieuke aud Ohio bridge on the brauch road that runs from Coal hurg to the Acme mines. In burning the bridge they will preventcoal being shipped from the Acme mines and thus stop the miners from working. Immediately upon the receipt of the telegram Governor Me Curl. le ordered out, three more companies of military, with orders to proceed ut once to Cabin creek. BOLTS TAMMANY. Congi man D'lnptiy of New York City Leave* the Pig Org Washington, March 3.—Representative Dunphy of New York hits forwarded to Nicholas T. Brown of Tammauy Hull his resignation from the Tammany Hall gen eral committee. His reasons (or this action are that he does not approve of I lie political methods of Justice Patrick Divver, the leader of the Second wutmbly district, and that hi» views on Ilie LA iff do not agree with those of Richard Croker. In an interview Mr. Dunphy said he de sires his resignation to be taken as a pro test against the management, pract ice» and alma of the lender of his assembly district. With particular reference to the method» adopted iu the Second district last (all lie added: "My information is that to the election district giving the greatest majority tu Maynard was to lie given a 91,200 position; to the next be»t, another position; to the next, a gold watch and chain. In three separate election district» the entire regis tered vote na» polled, and in the»»« districts Maynard got every vole. Such a result was must »tattling and wos never known be fore in our district." Mr. Dunphy said in couclusion that he did not know or care how his resignation from Toinmauy would affect him politic ally. He had take., wha* he Considered to he a right course. Irrespective of it» effect. ilsallon. COMMON-SENSE TRUTHS. An Able Physician Explain« the After of Grip, the Cnutmion in Which urâ"' " ud,h * ° n,y Th,n « ...., , "It Is a very «low proce*» !" Th« « esker w»* a prominent phys'eian. Con tinui ng,h.'« t.t: I nieati getting over tbe after-effect« of the *rtp. Any one who ha* seen as mu-h of It at 1 ,mv '; «'"«»"■''r understand It. The g lo la»'« for a long lime, and seem« to take » «perlai hold up n the iyst ra. It frequently ruu* is o 'with^"Vr* SMISSST- Yt^eèm» Ä In r©onrj-r ib© •tr©naih,th© ©nerve or *he am Üy'"«" h nè^la f îbTumaVl'"'' I " n '' ,T '" »w hing« f.i owing I«. * ÄÄ Ä *.7. " , T Wf ' r hn; U . ally e-imv. I L-'i* 041411« u rel o\*er t* • r »»hi© ■»•mn-lf».. Im* I Li* -«rlv nt;.i fmr It l«-4 J .©t 4 UU )•■ TI.U ■ bot ©v©ry -«kmI iiliykii'im I-» ih© lutid I ,dv.e.lc- (. Wr mVrire "rip OT..'the I «r »tom . 1 1 irl h© r»«PifTil ho'v*v<*r, tii4t th© m linuUt'it »'uu Ikj pur©, ©u«i lh%* wnl*k«v lu |t't* nnf «Tl, © ni«K©y I» I» nnf rtvjtm»»*. no« ••vrr «h%t fli*«r© t» no Utlk purt« nirdlulnihl © hi-k* v in »••• found, a d, 1 fart. Ü eau Ie; truly said »hat there I.bot one »trt-lv medicinal wb ekev upoiith. mark el an.) that 1. ring.'» 'nr« Mail »II* i not lik« ordinäre whUkey, how e»-r much dnurgiet* and gtotwr* may *a> so. |4 "•*. In fact, properties po-ee-aed by other, and t* beyond questfe' a sdmnlani ÏTÏ." W " f r lv effectually be Uken to prevent th- grip or drive away its most dis asterotu Attar-sffecU.'' * I i -... W. MEREDITH'S FIST. It Was Shaken In Mr. Funk's Face and Caused a Scene. HOUSE 0NUE M0EE IN DISORDER. The Virginia Congressman Was Making a Bitter Pension Speech When th» Illinois Member Stirred Him Cp—Pori Ideations Dili Passed. Washington, March 3.—The house en tered upon the consideration of appropria tion bill». The fortifient Ions hill, carrying •omething over $2,000,000, was passed its 'J5 minutes, and then the pension nppropria lion bill whs token up. This bill usually leads to a considerable display of political feeling, and this occasion whs no exception. An ultercHtion occurred between Mr. Meredith of Virginia mid Mr. Funk of Il linois over the former's attempt to prove that there were ninny fraudulent pensions on the rolls, which almost resulted in n personal collision. Mr. Meredith's speech on the whole was rather sensational. II« said that be protested against making the pension roll a roll of dishonor in the name of a state that had paid three times as much for pensions as Vermont. "That's because there are more of you," suggested Mr. Grout. "But we gut no benefit," returned Mr. Meredith. "That's because you were on the wrong side," suggested Mir Johnson of Indian». "Whether a man is a patriot or u rebel,'' retorted Mr. Meredith, "depends upon the result, Success makes a patriot of him whom defeat makes a reliel of. That was the case iu 1770," Mr. Meredith went on to cite cases which be said made him believe that there were hundreds and thousands of fraudulent pensioners ou the rolls. During the prog ress of his speech he denounced the Re publicans for refusing to vole when the seigniorage hill was up. Meredith on Ills Mettle, "Why did you not couut ust" usked Mr. Reed. "It they had put me in the chair," re plied Mr. Meredith, "I would have admin istered to you your own medicine—1 would have counted you." [Republican applause.] "1 um glad to find there is one man of if)uu* sense on that side," retorted Mr. Heed. [Laughter.] letter, in referring to some cases in his stale of negro pensioners, Mr. Meredith said that only negroes got pensions iu his country. "That is because they are the only people who were loyal," said Mr. Ba ker of New Hampshire. "According to your idea of loyalty," re plied Mr. Meredith, "there were no loyal men in my country, and 1 am proud of it." Toward the end of Mr. Meredith's speech a most exciting scene occurred. Mr. Mere dith was still talking about fraudulent pensions and was having an animated al tercation with Mr. Baker of New Hamp shire over a case wbicli had come under his (Meredith's) personal observation, where s Union soldier was obtaining a pension for a disability which ho (Meredith) claim ed lie did not have. "If i can Judge from the fact that a man seems healthy and strong," said he. "a id ! yet gets a pension by reason of a disability, when 1 see him day by day and week by week and year by year, iu my plain, home spun country way of speaking 1 say that 1 believe that the mau lied when he went be fore the officials and swore that he hud been crippled iu the army." "I want to say if the gentleman is hon est," interrupted Mr. Funk of Illinois, ris ing in his place, "and is* stating what he believes to he true, that if he does not make that case known to thq proper authorities he is not a good citizen." "1 want to say this," returned Mr. Mere ilth hotly; "If the gentleman undertakes to insinuate that I am dishonest—it the gentleman undertakes"— Without com pleting his sentence Mr. Meredith left his place to the right of the speaker's chair md hurried over to where Mr. Funk was standing iu a side aisle to the left. "I did not say so," protested Mr. Funk is >1 r. Meredith advanced toward him iu a threatening manner. "Von had better not say so," returned Mr. Meredith, still advancing up ilie aisle. Crisp to the Rescue, A personal encounter was imminent. Members crowded down about the heiliger sut» amid the most intense excitement and confusion. They were both talking at the mine time. Finally Mr. Meredith clinched bis fist and shook it under the nose of his adversary. By this time Mr. Funk, who had previously displayed no feeling, shout ed out something about standing by what he had said. Mr. Meredith again assumed t threatening posture, hut the members who had crowded around gently took him by the shoulders as if to prevent a blow from lieing struck. All this time Mr. Outhwaite, who was presiding iu the committee of the whole, was pounding vigorously for order, hut without effect, and Speaker Crisp, who bad been hurriedly sent for, mounted tint ros trum and assumed the gavel, as he is al lowed under the rules to do when the bouse is iu committee of the whole iu limes of great disorder. "I undertake to say that yon are not my keeper," shouted Mr. Meredith as bo was backed down the aisle tty his friends. "I stand by that proposition," shouted hack Mr. Funk, who was held on one side Ly Mr. Doolittle anti on the other by Mr. 1'ayue, "eil lier hero or anywhere else." A few sharp raps of the speaker's gavel produced a measure of quiet. Too house recognized the hand ol the presiding <>1U by ELY Wl Any 843 N N auv • r "The sergeant-at-arms will cause the gentlemen to be seated," said the speaker iu firm tone». "Every genileniau will Ire tented," he contitued. The assistant sergeant-at-arms rapidly cleared the aisles, nod the members re turned their scats. Tbe excitement quieted lown. Mr. Meredith walked buck to hi* »eat and sal dowu. After order had been restored Mr. Meredith of use a ml protested amid laughter that bs wn» uot excited, hut that gentlemen could baivily do here wtiut ight do elsewhere. With this part N 9 ing an ner In to o roatmasien Appointed. WAsn.NC.TOV, March 3.-The following fourth clan© pofttroantcni wore appointed: New Jersey-Woodbine. Herman Rosenflcld. * New Y'tirk—Cmnflln*. S. H. Cook: Clare. Mr*, I .• ■»•mn-lf».. I 1 PrMiîhinlâ-ÜHoool. A. I«. liait* by HalL w. II. bltaeffir. IlllUlde. M. It Mfohtnir ürmi-, U. K. liulc MiUlk'O'i* town, M. M. Art mon; Taij^t. G. MV. MUkr: 'Vlsox. J. C. Iloletl. »••• I so. to they log shut be closed hi* speech, and immedi ately Hie house, which wo» at a high ten don, on motion of Mr. Sayers took a recess uutil the evening sesslou to he devoted to pension législation. In at Uns M- H. Dunuhuc; V\ luthrop. £. il. Wo malt« new and relay old carpets, also upholster and rrpa'r furniture of aU kind«, at lowest pnees. Valentine & Hatiby, 118 King street. Telephone 612. -... Cummings, th, photographer, ^603 Market street. GEN. GREENLEAF. He Knows No Equal of Paine's Cel ery Compound: A Soldier IVlio Hits the Courage of His Convictions— Commander of the Nntionul Guard of His State. 9f ill -, IpP vS mmi ■ (f, W&SBk s. ■ t ■■■■. M0, c >/ • mr ' ri ■ A" (* rr W. v £ a* / ; 'j MzWk V-'lÄOi m ' «iSSÿev-vv ILL .. 1 - - r .f A m Rflfy f 'ryjri -' v- ' wæ 5gR • • 1 "I fee) like a new man," says Brig. | Oen. W. I, Greeuleaf, of the National Guard of Vermont. "I do uot know the equal of Pnlue's celery compound." Brig Geu. Greenleaf of Burlington, Vt , is a man of national reputation As a f oldier, he has the courage of his convictions, and manful y makes a puolic statt nient of what he knows will benefit others.4 He writes as follows: "Permit me to add my testimony to the valuable qualities of Paine's celery compouua, which I c insider the best preparation of its clase on th- market. From an experience of nearly 20 year » in tbe handling of druge. I am familiar with the medical properties! of its various ingredients; aud 1 do not hesitate to recommend it; especially as I never heard of a case where it did not give perfect satirfsciion "l have used it myself on several occasions, aud always with bem-St Last spring, being very much ruu down and debilitated, I procured so e of Paine's celery rompouud and commenced taking it The first bottle croduced very marked results, and the nse of two bottles made me feel like a new man As a general tonic I do nut know its equal " Nervous debility produces morbid changes In the blood vessels. Thev become relaxed, weakened, and lose their etateof healthy cnnfrac'lon Th« re &Ç# 3 gar Core W TÇatap.^Vo ■JSV' . A, ,1? h HAY FEVER. ± ,§ L l*rot#»rt« ih*« Wy / r ) an lirMii* flora dil- Bfl»*-.. ■ -f ./w < tB «ntioDMi coi*i. a** Rt*klorM th© yiA/ 1 S©t>Mf*H of Taut© Hur ' VyV»r* v r a HIIfl fctn©ll. ^ T— ^ if II ITWILLCURE.HAY^FEVEÜS ELY'S CR AM BUM 1« qnlrkly MbiM>rh©d. CleiftD»«*» tli© Nanai Ill»«» Fain and I nil am mat Ion. Heals the Pores. Apaitlclela «milled Into each costril ,n,l agreeable. Price, 5u cents, at Druggist: by mail. ELY BROTHERS. 5« Warren St.. New York or S l iP R HABIT nnillâ I Morphin© llnhit <•«»•©*! In 20 HrVllSvl ALIEN'S ANTIMORf-'H Wl lUaVl never full»;. All Dru^gici», LADIES AL ^ ? * NT a' 9 i ALIEN'S I ri*)* Inftnimifn, ■ Kemnlir* tun.lea < rrrrlut of Any of THE ANTILIQ COMPANY 843 Bnmuuiv, N» w Vorn ; (yntc Cit' Itauu Ihn. Atlanta* Ga.: Mills lluildiuj?, SunTrancisco, Gal NOTICES_ _ _ OTIC«.—DIVISION NO.* ti. A. O. H. ALL members »re requested to bo |»re-ent at moetlnif on Monday evening. Maieh T>, at» bii»*inetiS of Importatic© ip t*» he traoiactid By order ot iioanc© committee. T. ». 1HJHM.F TY, Cha rmau. N TOT1CK. N 10 PROPERTY OWNERS. It will be to yonr Wet interest to entrust auv rentable properly to our caro. None but tellable tenant« accepted. Uwt ot uu*. Her •««mal atu ntio i given. Call or »-i d for tui ihcr particular». HAWKINS A No. 7'2 Market street. '« N otice— UND« n *xd pursuant to 9 the act of the General Assemble of the »fa*» of Delaware, era Hied "an «et Concern ing Private Corporations.'' pass.-a at Dover. March 141 h, 1888, notice Is hereby given that an application will bo made to tbe Hen Ig nalina c. Grubb. Associate Judge of the »li ner lor Cou t uf the State of ' 'elaware.resldiiig In New Castle fount'. on SATURDAY, the illth day of March. A. D. ISDt. at 10 o'clock In »be morning, a' Chambers. In the city of Wil mington, for the Incorporation of it sort ty to beC lied 'The Sarah White Horn- tor Aged ColoridPcrs ns." vue object of which Is to adopt and carr> Into effect suitable measure* to afford relief and employment to iiidlgeut colored persons. LEV I C. BIRD. Attorney for proposed I ncorporator«. N otice of klm.t1'>n.-wilminoton Del.. February 27th, '894. Tbe annual uiet-tlne or the V5 iltnlngton • • *1. Oa- Co. f.w the election of nine dPectors to tervo tbe ensult'g y ear. will be held at ; he office of the company, vu Monday. Var h Hh f tun 4 to 5 ocluikp in. WlLLIaM P- TaYLOI,, »ecteterv. VTOTIC'K IS HEREBY GIVE * THAT AN n|i|>lic.ition will he m«de to Hon. Igna tin* C. t.rabb, A asocial» Judge of the Snie-r lor irart of the Male of Deiawsre. re*ldm In New t'»-die count« , on batorday. the ,«t da? of March. A I) . P-91, at 10 o'clock a. ra.. at • hsmbers. in the nty ot Wilralnston. for a certificats Incorporating a company to he .alird Tne eUware Wood »eudbig • om HOF's 9CKEH A HOKFt« KFB. Attorney f-r pr p's* d Incorporât ors. b i*eny. S TEMS'R. 408 King St. All RARER INDOWSHADE w laxad condition of the arteries admits a larger entrent of blood, and, as a conse querce, its motion bicornes so much slower aud more sluggish, congestion of the lining of the blood vessels ensues, with the resulting formation of morbid matter, which is thrown into the blood stream, producing rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, diseases of liver and kidneys, nervous weakness and debility, and the many direct, signs of imoure blood, as skin diseases in some of the many forms Paine's celery compound cares nervous debility Tbe recently published testimonials from W E Anthony. M D . of Provi deuce, E. H Judkioe, M D , of Portland, Dr J H Lindsley. 0 E Cole, M 0 . and midictl director of the Prairie du Chien Meaical Institute, and hosts of prominent practitioners all oter the country have resulted in tbe most extraordinary sale of ibis extraoidlnary remedf that was first prescribed by Dr. Pnelps, of Dart month college, and has since come to be known to the medical profession, and In fact, the whole people, as Paine's celery compound People of the highest standing in all classes of society, in every city and town in tbe Union, have been benefited by the Use of this, the greatest of all rem-dles for the cure of the numerous ills that re suit from Impaired nervous system and impoverished blood D nukes people well. PUS NESS MEN Will make no mistake in order ing their OFFICE # OUTFITS Of tho only local concern in Wilming ton making a feature of furnishing stores, cilices aud shops with an elegant. TOILET CABINET Consisting of Towel Rack, Comb, Brush, Soap and Whisk. , 60c. per month . 75c. per month .. Jl.ou per month We guarantee prompt and efficient service. Î Towels a week . 3 Towels a week... 4 Towels a week.., CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Sixth and Shipley Streets. Telephone F4T PEOPLE. Park Obrritt Piiiis wfll reduce your weight PERMANENTLY from I3toir>poumla a month NO *TAHYING hlekneee oi Injury; No FL BLI« Il'V« They build ui) the health and b ant iff the complexion l<*aving NO wMNKLkH or fl a bullion. SI OCT All IKMI ► N'8 and difficult hrentliing surely re lieved NO I.XTKnl MEN I. but a scientific and positive relief, ado;»ted only nfler of ex «er ejice. All orders upnlUd from cur o.iio©. Price f2.«0 per i urksue. or llu«*e pArkKMet* for $5.«0 by mail postpaid. Testimoi.ials and purtieulais (sealedi S cent©. All e«r»e*pourteue© Kiru-tl» <'t»i*fldentlal. years direct Park Remedy Co. Boston, Mass MAX HI NO AMI) FINAWOIAL. Artisans' Savings Bank NO. 502 MARKET STREET. Wilmington. Delaware. Open dally from 9 o'clock, a- ira, until 4 p. l, and on Tuesdays and Haiurdays (run 7 to H p. m. Asset«, !>•■>•>-. ta. ■8*5,117.77 7K3.874.US Snrpln«, «191,343.75 Intet'-st Allowed on deposits of money fot one or mote calendar montlis at the rate iff 4 per cent; per annum. Money loaned or mortgagee on real estate. flfüRÖK W. BUSH, President. J. AUGUHTÇF Mi OAl'LI.FT. Vlte-presT K. T. T AVLOK, >*-r'v »nd Tre»«. JONKPH M. MATHER. Andltra Snwmh*r 1. IM. THOMAS McHUGH, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER. Ko. I*:«lwrk«t ;*tree WUmlnstoB wav RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA RAlLROAD-BTAND X ARU Railway of America-Protected Throughout oy the Interlocking Switch Block Signal System. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON and BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. December 24. 1893 Tr iltiB will leave Wilmington as follows: Philadelphia express, t 55, 2 V., 4 20. # 30. 7 42. 7 5U, 8 50, 010, 10 06, 10 18. 1120. 11 51 ». m., 112 1 ), 1 87, 3 06, 6 04. 5 10, 6 17, 5 56, 7IB, » 12 p m. Accommodation, BOO. «55,»06, 1046.11 It)am. 12 33, 2 25,8 40, 6 20,7 48. mill p m Chester »xpress. 1 65, 4 ». BfU, 7 42, 7 50, 8 50, 9 00, 10 05, 11 20, 1151 a m. 1 37, 5 04,5 56, 706. V le» 11 IB, At commodatlon,6 00, 6 55,8 06,10 45.11 38» m. 12 33.2 26,8 40.5 20. 7 48, 10 30 pm. '"»"O .Æ'T«XS r î» J. 65 ' * K - 4 * *•, * *1 0 60. 9 00. 10 Of 10 45, Il 51 H m. 112 19, 1 37. 2 25, 8 05. »6 10. 6 17, 5 66,16 21. MI6,10 80 pm. 1 B, stop, without change. 10 15 am, 5 56 p . , F1 Rmi H'ï,. 8outt *> < vl * Atlantic Cc Line) 12 19a m, 12 50p m. N. w Orleans, Richmond and Danville Ex 1 ret I, 27 41 p m. - $ «■tpheater. via Lamokln. 6 an. 8 06 2 So, J 40 i> m. Newark Centre and Intermediate station*, 7 40 a m, 6 33 p in. Br Itlmore and Washington, 435 801 9 11. 10 If. 11 00 a m. 1204.12 V>, II 15 2 WL4SE 6 23 16 05. 6 53, 7 4L 8 SO p m. 12 fo night ' ^ Ur Itlmore and Intermediate station" " :!3. 4 45, 6 06 p m, and 1 49 night. ' ' Bk Itlmore and Bay Line. 5 23 p m Tialns for Delaware Division leave for 9 SlVÄ« night" *-•'".*^490.6 09,600 Laves, 8 13 a m, 4 27 p m. Exprès* for Dover, Harrington and 8 13,11 08 a m, 4 27 p m. 12 01 night. He rrington and way stations only. 2 41pm Express for Wyoming, 6 60 p m. v 1 Express for Pape Charles, Old Point Com- I fort and Norfolk. 11 03 a m. 12 01 night. i Leave Philadelphia, Broad street, for Wll mluKton. exprese, 3 60, 7 20, 7 25, 8 81,9 10.10 ai 11 18a m. 12 10.112 35. 1 30, 1 63. 8 46, 4 01 4 41 5 08. 5 30, 5 56. « 17.6 5f. 7 4Ô. lltb. 1118.11 «à pm! I Accommodation. 6 20, 7 83, 108« a m,l 23. 8 4 03, t 37, 6 22. 8 38, III 03,11 38 p Sunday Trains-Leave Wilmington for; Philadelphia, express, 1 55, 2 55. 4 20. » 60,9 00. 10 05,11 51 ami 37, 3 06, 504. f> 10. 5 at. 708, 7 2f.l 912pm. Accommodation. 7CO.816 a m. 12 10. 1 45. 4 05, 6 20, 10 80 pm. ] Chester, express, 155.4 20, 8 50, « 00,10 05,11 «1, j a m, 1 87, 6 04, 6 56, 7 06, 9 12 p m Accomrao- I dation, 7 Ml. 8 05 a m. 12 10, 1 45,4 06, 6 20, 7 35. 10 30 pm. j New Yolk, express, 1 56, 2 55, 4 20, 7 00, 8 60, | U lü ' 137 > a0& > <«5, *510 6.56. I 16 21. 7 06, 10 III p m. Bouton, without change, 5 56 p New Orleans, Richmond ana pres«, 77 41 p m. West t fleeter, via Lamok'.n, 8 06 ft 90 p m. New Castle, 9 61 p m. 12 08 night. , Cape Charles, Old Point Comfort and Not folk. 12 01 night. Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wyoming, Felton, Harrington, Bridgevllle, Sesford, Laurel and Delmnr. 12 01 night. For Florida and the i-onth (via Atlantic Coast Line) 12 48 a m, 12 50 p m. Baltimore and Washington, 4 85,8 OHO am. 12 04, 1260. 5 23, 16 03, 7 41, 8 20pm, VI. a ra.. Delmar 1" m. Danville ex a m, j ht ni Itlmore and intermediate stations, 6 06 and 11 49 p m. Letve Philadelphia. Bro-d street, for Wil mington, express, 3 60, 7 211, 9 1«, 1118 a m. 12 1» 4 41, DU8. 6 55. 7 40, 8116, 1103, 11 19 11 S3 p m. Accommodation, 8 36, It)38 a m, 12 35.2 05. 6 10,8 38. Hi03. II 88pm. ^ For further information, passengers are re ferred to the tleket office at thestatlon, iCongressfons) Limited Express trains com- I posed entirely of Pullman Vestibule and Dining Cars. Noextrafare. jL mlted Express Trains, comimsed of Pull man Vesilbu e Pa lor Cars Vestibule Pas senger Coaches and Dining Cars. No extra I fare. IHlchmond and Danville Express. tOInlng Car attached -. M, PREVOST, General Manager. Parlor (No I „ J. R. WOOD. General Paeeemrer Airt. JALTltoUKE A f OHIO RAIL ROAD. Schedule In effect Feb. 1». 1894. Trill)« leave Dela wa'o Avenue Depot East Bound lor" Express trains New Aork week da», 13 03 16 21 I7:«>, 40. 11036am; 112 34 12 49.15 3c, 17 39.111 00 & m Sundays, 13 03, 1,110 3" am: 12 49. 15 35 17 39,111 00 pm. PHILADELPHIA, TWENTY - FOURTH AM) HESTNUTSTS. W.ek days, tu«, 6 45, 16 21. 6 35,17 30. 7 50, 18 40, 9 16 10 36, Hu 36, 111 50 a m. 112 24. I 25. 12 49, 3 30, 4 65,16 85, 6 31, 17 39, H 35. 10 60,11100 p m. Sundaes. 13 03. 1821 6 35.750. 9 00,110 36, 11 40 a m: I 25. 12 49, 3 30, 4 55, 15 35, 6 31. 17 39. 25,1010.111 00 pm. PHILADELPHIA,TWELFTH AND MAR K F.T ST" EETH. Week days, 13 (10, W 21. 17 30. 18 40, HO 36. a m: 12 49.1 7 39, 111 00 p m. PI 11LADELPH1A. Sundays, 13 03.16 21.110 36 a m: 12 49, 17 39, III 00 pm. ( I ester, week davs. 13 03. 5 45. K 21. 6 35, 17 30, 7 50, «8 40. 9 15, 1 > 38, 110 36. Ill 50a' m: 1 SA. 12 49, 3 1 . 4 55. IS 35. 6 31. 17 39. 8 26. 10 00, 111 00 p m. Chester, Sundays. 13 03,16 21, 6 35.7 50, 9 00, 110 »>. 1140 a m; 1 25. 12 49, 3 30, 4 5 i, 15 35.6 31. I?:». 825. 10 00.1110» p m. Atlantic City, week days, 17 30 a m: 12 49, p ra: Sundays,BlS^axig^SW^ni. Bs itlmore «ml Washington, week days 14 47 7 0 2, »8 17. a n>: 112 18, 12 05, 3 05. 14 47 16 51. 1812, 19 38 p m. Sundays, 14 47, 7 18 17 a m; 112 I«. 12 06,3 06. '4 <7, 18 II, MU 35 p m. Baltimore and Way Stations, 7 03 a m, 31 ft 7 02, 18 47 '9 38. 11 10 K IX « > p. m dally. Ne « ark, Del., week days. 14 47, a nr 112 16. 3 05, «4 47, 25 51,7 35. * 8 12, p ra Sundays «4 47, 7 02. «8 47 a m, 512 16,3 05, A4 4L 7)i> r ', 28 12, « lO 35, 11 10 p ra. Bl'.teburg. '8 47 a m, 24 47 p ra, dally, Chicago, 28 47. a ra: 24 47. p m, dally. Cincinnati and St. Louie. «I* 18 dally, 29 38 p m, dally except Sunday; 210 36 Sunday only New Orleans, via Bristol and Chattanooga, 28 12 p m, dally. Through sleeper to New Or leais. Slugcrly accommodation, 7 OE and II10 pm. dally. Landenherg accommodation, week days, 7 02, U 00 a m: 3 06 and 4 47 p m. Sunday8, 6 30 a ra; 4 47 p m. Traîne leave Market street station; For New York, week daye, 27 10 a ra. For 1'blladelphla, week days, 6 20,27 10.211 35 a in; 3 15,9 45 p m. Sundays, 6 20, a m; 100, 3 15, 9 45 p m. For Baltimore, week days, 6 50 a m; 2 55. p m. For Lanrtenlierg and way stations, week ■lays, 6 50, 10 50 a ra; 2 65, 5CO p m. Sundays, 9 25 a m; 5 00 p m. PHILADELPHIA, TWENTY FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS., FOR Wll M I NOTON,week da>s,24 05 «00,7 27.28 15, lot«., 21142 a in; 1210 noon; «1 35, 2 1 45, 20# 3 16. 24 10, 4 30, 25 00. 25 17. 5 30, 26 iu, 6 30, 27 38. 29 02, 9 30and 1135pm. Sundays, 24 U5. 6 00. 2815. 8 30, 10 (10, 211 42 a m; 12 00 noon; 21 35, 2 00, 3 15, 24 10, 4 30. 6 30. 2788. 9 m, 21» 05 and 11 35 p m. LEAVE TWELFTH AND MARKET F'"«, Weeks day, 23 45. 27 55. 211 2«, a m; 23 54. 27 22, «8 46 1 . Sundays. 23 46, 27 65, 211 26 a m; 23 54.2 7 22. *9 58 y m. 'lelepbuue No 193. Hales to Western points lower than via any other Une. C. O. 8CULL. Uen'l Pass. Agent. H. B. CAMPBELL, General Manager._ PHILADELPHIA AND rEaDINO RaTÜ I RO" D—"Royal Route" between Phila delphia and Atlantic Ctty-The only double track line. am, 305, 7 35 lka' e NO re or ATLANTIC CITY' DIVISION, Philadelphia.Chestnut Street W arf and South Stteoft'Vbarf FOR ATL.vNTB' CITY. Week Dave—Kxpreue. 8 00. 9 t;) a m, (Satur day», 130), 2 «), » U». 4 »0. 4 at 5 15 p. m. Ac roratni dation, 8(0 a HU 4 88.646 p m. SundavB— F xpr.o», • 30, 8 tX. » 00 a m. Aiccnin ««lallmi. 8 W) a in: 4 48 pm. Hemming. leave Atlantic t Ity depot .corner of Atlantic ami Arkancas avenues. Week day«. 8 xprew. (Mond»}» only, 6 45) 7 00, 7 35. 9 36 a ra, am) 3 15, 06,6 80. 7 8U p In. Accom raodntUin, 5 50, » )» « n>. and 4 .») n m. Hundays— Express. 4<JV 6 ,in . »•*>. 8 00, 9 30 p m. Accotnniod»''on,7 3» a m and 6 05p ns. j V J A. SW- IOAKD, C. ». HADCOCK. Oen'l Bnnerln tendent. Hen, Pass, A gent. \a IUMImjTUN AMthUhTHUtti RAIL V\ HOAD. Time table In effect November "gains''leave Wilmington. French street station, for B. & O, Junction, Moniohanln, Wl UTthur. Ouyentonn, Giennneue,X'oesart, Uhadds* Ford Junction, Pocopson. West Cheat* r. F mb-ee ville, Mortnnvllle, Coates ville and Intermediate stations, dally, except Sunday, at 7 85 a m, 2 85, 4 45 «nd 6 35 p m; Sunday only at « 07 a ne I ;5,4 (9.' p m. For waynesbnre Junction, Springfield and Inlermediato station*, dally, except Sunday, at 7 35 am. 2 35 and 5 35 ppi. Sunday» only at 8 iff a m. 115 and 4 50 p m. For io»nna, Blrrisboro. Reading and Inter» ed**te stations, dallv, except Sunday, at 7 35 a m and 2 35 p m. Sunday only at 8 »7 a ra and 115 p m. A. *4- Md'AUSLAND, Superintendent, BnV2ri^ÉSî^JHGf444H^Uel^^N!-*eirwe^a^»n^ Leaves p. to fot iff or Ä17 Kh itlOH yonr wavdrobr sen If there aume i*m»ti whleb, If properly Cleaned «ntl Dyed, wUJ y'Jl vw V ate not D©Ws i A. P. BOBSOT, l 710 HABU7 *7 — »} ♦ .A'* • «re