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ONLY DE OORATIO DAILY NEWSPAPER ? ft AY H Ä$K PT E S U ND A T. eye: JOURN L PRINTING COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, AND SHIPLEY STREETS. WI UINGTON, DELAWARE. Enternd a he Wilmington post-office as sec ond-rises matter. FOURT 8 BSCRIPTION RATES, (I* ADVANCE,) . $3.00 One year. .. Six mon tl .... Three moi is. One mom l.'o .1 J» i o'^erYis'ino Rates Cards ft* ilahed 00 applies!ion MOMAY, MARCH IB. 1B94. Did yo\ out out the coupon to-day? Don't f 11 to save your coupons so ae to secure II the parts of that great work, "Sights r d 8 eenesof the World," which we are n< -v offering to our readers. LtTTt.E iroof is necessary to convince Intel! fent and candid man of the amiable tellngs which exist between the whit- t and the blacks of the South, where tl ■< vicious carpet-bagger does notlnt-r' re. No proof will be sufficient to oonvl, * a bigot or an tguurainus Hence w. do not mention the recent lu eldent of .aredo, Texas, excapt as an In dication t at the raoe question is settling itself. 1 enry Clay Gray Is a negro writer at 1 platform orator who enjoys the respei of all the whites who kuow him; am who, by his earnestness and devotion j their interests, has won the love of Larses. A request, signed by many of t e citizens of Laredo,say*: Having earned that you contemplate • trip to M< xloo and a visit to I.aredo eu route, we citizens of Laredo, Democrats and "ex ebs," respectfully invite and cordially equest you to address the pub lie while 1 Lsredo on the subject of tlm "Negro (j lestion In the United States. " We do ti ls because we recognize youi ability as » thinker, yonr force, logic, and philo ophy as a speaker and writer, your polb.lcal conscient loueurs» as * very advanced reptesentatlve of vom race, and onr sincerity as a bariuoniziug mediator between the white aud black races iu tula country. Now It < evident that Mr. Gray is not affected v- t-h the earns sort of love foi the n»grc i bribed vote whioa animates the eolot d writers and orators here Those cit ens of Laredo would not have signed a petition referring to Bach and McPhersi n Johnson In complimentary terms. Î ibody who knew those pesky colored v te-whips would refer to their ability at thinkers, much less to their "politici 1 conscientiousness," except In ridicule, .'5 vacuums. The reputation which Mr Gray has Is so different front the repo ation which they seek, that Btch am McPherson Johnson do not seem to l slang to the same race that Mr, Gray represents end tries to elevate. an WOMEN'S RIGHTS. Of cou' e there are several kinds of women's Igbts women. The old men women w o clamor with more eiilineas than the 4*1 women for women's rights are on* k nd, a distressing, humiliating ki, d, wL i make aveu an amiable pbtioso pber wial be had never been born, then there ar> tbe wemen »brisker», wit. advocate igbts the use of which they do net c uiprehend and which other women d not waut. For both of these, sensible ) to pie have either contempt or ridicule. But there is another class, who really ti to do something for woman kind by i lug something theamelves, for whom all lave profennd respect. Such e ersou was Maria Deraisme*. who died eeentty in Paris. She battled with woe u i obly.for womanly elevation she battb i persistently against woman'» degrtdal a from whichever quarter sex they >me. In 187C -he wrote a book entitled "Eve contre M Dumas," and in 1875 another volume, Le Tbeatre'de M. Ssrdou," ap pearei fr m her pen. In these work» she chary d tbe two leading playwright with hav , g dishonored women in tbrli eomedlef, for the amu.ement of the pub lie Sh» also Ud an energetic campaign against ti e naturalist school of Scion In order t • prove the all-round capacity of her se she studied science, Greek Latin, at. nsle, and was a contributor to (ever* uewepipers, chiefly on topic, cyncernl. ; women's rights. The si nlration of meu and women alike, is g -uerous sud spontaneous s woman vbo does something more thaï mount s platform to demand that women el ill be allowed to vote There are other binge which a woman need uiore then the pri,lieges and tbe sponsibdi ies of suffrage. Ia the < ontention that' the characters, lives sod passions of women should be deplete! in novels and represented the stage so as to degrade womanhood in the est mation of mankind. Is s worth; cause. Women themselves have mne to do with their owu condition iu life their own portion io puli Deal and soel econo/ny If they work heartily to serve elevation In both they will need tn d< inand their rights—they hsv« them. NOT FAIR OR HONORABLE. Tbecbi f folly of protection wipers and speak ts is that they accept, as fallible *..d honest the statements those wh* have grown rich iu the tected industries, that they will be poverish« l if the prohibitlva duty is moved—that they ara unable th pete with pauper la or. These v rlter* and orator* do not krow, for themt-ulver, wbat the profit md account a of the mills slow. » ignorsnt, unskillful, mesu, They not know whether thos. statements Every tia e tl ey true or tint true, been put to the tes', by reductions rrmovais of the tariff duties, they pro«fid tv be false. Tbe notable stances »! » th«, Coin I.aws of England, the remov-l or r«-duc:.i«n of d<«l<»o quinine, hides, ptU*. silk aud sugar, thi* eonntry. On tb. contrary, it has not proved true that 1 he oountry derived any fit from thi prohibitive daties, or any daty. H is t disputed proposition whether the same industries that we hare now would not have flourished to a greater degree under the policy of free However that may be, the writers and orators who advocate a pro teotive or a prohibitive tariff duty for thousands of articles of oommerce, ac cept the statements of men who are di rectly interested in laying tboBe duties true, without question. This would not be done in any court of justice In the world. It Is such a travesty of justice, such a defiance of common sense, such a wilful neglect to heed the universal experience of man kind, that any one man should be al lowed to adjust laws taxing all other men lor the benefit of his private enter prise, when'only he knows the facts and statistics of that enterprlss, that the statement of it shows its abstftdity. But the absurdity of it is as nothing when compared with the folly of such a policy or the injustice, and, as the Supreme Court of the United States has declared, the "robbery" of snch a policy Those who are taxed for thle purpose, not knowing the facte concerning the profits aud losses of these mills, and If profit or loss, not knowiug the cause of either, sud not bellevlug the statements of the beneficiaries, naturally complain that they are unjustly taxed; that they are robbed. Without having any accuraie knowl edge to the contrary, .when, as a matter of fact, it is impossible for them to know whether they are advocating a robbery or a charity, those writers aud orators who advocate a protective tariff tax do a great injustice to their neighbors and commit a blunder that Is not becoming in fair and honorable men, after being warned. trade. RECENT LITERATURE. "Morning Glories" is tbs title of a volume of poems, written by Mrs Josle 0. Henderson Heard, wife of Rsv. W. U Heard, of this city Mrs. Heard was born In Salisbury, N. C , in 1881, lier parents »«re slaves, but were permitted to biro their time. At the age of five years she displayed her literary taste and an ability to perform upon a number of musical instruments. She received her early education at Char lotte, afierward graduating from the Scotia Seminary at Concord, N. C. aud Bethany Institute, New York. For several years ahe taught school iu the Southern states, la 189'J she married Rev W. H. Heard. In "Mornlug Glories" vlrs Heard displays a bright imagina 'ion, and readiuess of expression. The vet ses are ou general subjects. The following lines are on Fame: Yet each and every noble deed He p, hutld t he house of fame; And upon every block of stone We carve some H. re's utiao. 8n let us Uvc while life is spared i duty's sunshine fair; Our names shall be like temples reared; Not "Goalies In the air." STORIES OF THE DAY. or or "1 Want a Mhavr, Dear." One of tbe head men in the Water De partment at Rixtb and King streets is tfrald to commit bis (ace to the rnauipn 'attons of a regularly-constituted ton -orlal artist, haudlethe razor himself bis wife shaves him with neatness and dispatch, rarely drawing tbe blood either by "nicking" or "elese shaving " It must be amusing to bear the pro ilmluaries; "I waut a shave this morning, dear " "Hot or cold water!" "Cold No hot water in mine " "Do yon shave close?" "No. dear; just give me a good, clean have '' "Does it pull?" "No it cuts very nicely." "Bay rum?" "Hold on there! That's enongh. It cuts like lire " "Brilllaiitin« on your mustache, love?" "Just a little That's all right. I feel like another man " Being too nervous to The Original Back Beer, is in ihe city! Bock Bset s wanted B >ck Beer comes only once •u s year. But, «very beer drinker waut» he beat Bock Beer Will y m get It? tskforit! John A Langel brewed the Origlnsl Bavarian Bock Beer six uoutba ago sud ns» it no* fjr all bid ustomers. A«k for it t Gi Away. From March 21 to March 21, positively 'he most beautiful panel» ever given rwsy tn Wilmington. Grand Union Tea Co., 609 King street. Bock Beer season Uss opened rom all the beers we find Lengel's Origi nat Bavarian Bock, the beet The Ask for it foi tin BITS FROM THE WIRES. Severe snowstorms have been prevalent throughout ltnhcmia. The condition of ex-Scuntor Dawes Massachusetts is much improved. Secretary Carlisle h«» received from New Yorker a contribution oi $10 to conscience fund. In Montevideo the deadlock on the presi dential question continues, with no signot Its being speedily broken. Poorman mining property, in Coeut d Alene county, Ida., has b«-en sold to Eng lish capita lie', s for $51X1,00(1. During an encounter with a burglar Whittier, Col., the Rev. Andrew Caraou was shot through the lung and will die. Capture has been made in the City Mexico of Emilio Vasques, the notorious bandit of San Joaquin, who 1ms long elud .si the law. The Providence park commissioner, have voted $8,000 for the preservation Slate rock, the famous rock where Hogei William» extended his hand to the friend iy Indians. William M. Hall, u custom house weigh ,r in Ihe Atlas storehouse, Boston. nf apoplexy, and George H Prior, man iger of the stores, was so affected that too. died ot apoplexy. re not on 1 - de no wil in of pr< - Im re com loss MAIL POUCH. can sre have or Si A C7.a\v to Chow, A vS nioho to Smoko, Xo Xor\ r o& Quaking, Xo llcurt Palpitating, Ko IDyspoptic Aching. Achlwe Frinsipla, KiîuCrafised;, i ne ffi Tobacco Remains. . 1 have in in bene from m* '•-j Hlcctlns, the T ,s C y \ % '-I. <*> ê J© If . m r .. mm tv \ ll'fg)] With the unprecedented success of the genuine Johann Hoff's Malt Extract, it was naturally to be expected that imitations would soon follow. Johann Hoff accepts this as the best compliment which could be paid to him, as only persons and things of sterling value are copied by the third and fourth rate aspirants to fame and distinction. Envy isat the bottom of all social and commercial animosity. One dozen bottles of the gen uine Johann Hoff's Malt Extract have the same strengthening and nourishing effect as a large cask of ale or beer, without being intoxi cating. Insist on the Genuine, which has the sig nature of "Johann HoFF" on the neck label. None other Is '* as good." Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, tyr and 154 Franklin St., New York. DYING ON THE TRACKS. Amillt.-r Mf.ti rbii*. Mlll-ilrr Itvpiirtvil Neill Wtlltv.tiai-r.-, Iu. WlI.KkHilARAK, 1*0., March 19.—Follow lug closely upon the luttrdcr of John Uolil, whose lit-ad lioily was flainj iu a licit! neat hi« boarding house at Plains on Saturday morning, t-oinc» anot(l«r « liicli is even more inydctions. The victim this tima was Andrew Ihabor, au intelligent ffVdish milter of Hmithviilc, a village near thi. city and live miles from Plains. Roch ir and ht» wife kept a boarding hote. and HI young men who work iu the minio t oarded with theta. Snthrday was the birthday of one of the boarders, and after »upper a keg of beer was tapped. Almut, lodii) o'clock llochor left the party. Nearly an hour pns»ed, und the wife be coming alarmed started out, accompanied by three of the boarders, to search fur the missing muu. They had gone several huudred yards from the house when one of the men no ticed u pool of blood by the roadside and numerous footprints w hich gave evidence of a struggle. A trail of blood led through the underbrush to the trucks of the Dela ware and Hudson railroad several yards distant, aud there they found tke body of Bochor lyiug ou the tracks with an ugly wound in the buck of liiH head, from which the blood »as dripping. He \n- still alive, but unconscious, ami he was carried back to bis home, where he died ou Sunday without regaining consciousness. 11 AStLKTON, Pa., March 19.—John Ham mer of Audeuried was found unconscious on the Lehigh Valley tracks near ttueida junction, lie wo» discovered by the engi neer of a train, which fortunately was pres reeding Hlnwly ut this point. Hammer said lie hail been assaiytcil and rubbed by six men, who had left IdAi appureully un conscious on the trucks. RIVAL ROADS AT WAR. Two Knllriiad Annin Are X Iteglu l-'lglitliig. WootmiNK, N. J., Mnreh 19.—'This little village has been iu a ferment of excite ment. The trouble between tiie West Jer sey and South Jut-nay railroads over the latter'* attempt to cross Wie tracks of tbe former lias bcooiue eritical, and it now Herme a* though the controversy will end iu bloodshed. All tln< employee« road are now encamped near the crossing find have been reell forced by a large laxly of meu whom the company lias hired protect its property. Great tires have been burning all day, and the gathering U like that of an army ready for battle. A few miles distant the workmen of the rival roail are encamped, and about mid way between the two forces is the force 75 special officers sworn in by Judge Weut entt to preserve the peace. Sheriff Hand, with 29 policemen, occu pies quarters in the wil^ugn. People for miles around journeyed to the scene of the expected battle, bnt the vicinity of the spot where the battle may be fought quiet. Tbe work is to be pushed soon nnd the attempt made to effect a crossing on the forbidden ground. A gang of Italians will arrive from Tnckahoe, it is expected, and they will lie backed by tho South Jersey roud'a army. They will lie met by tiie contending forces of tin- rival faction. Walt tug to f the Wwt .Teraey t ol a in oi i 1 j 1 ol «Heil he, I,.YII«*1i*m 1 l>> Hoy «t. Lf.xinuto.n, K)-.. March 19.—John Par rott, who lives at Forest Hill, found hi» year-old sou dangling by a rope from limb of u tree. The father cut the rope, and by applying rostorativi-s lie stored his son The Imy seid that two companions, uue of whom »■»» Dan Slavin. became enraged at him for some trilling occurrence, and sei.-.ing him they procured a rope and hanged him in real lynching style. The rope was tied to the trunk the tree, aud the boy was left hanging. Parrott procured warrants for the arrest the boj ». i>n Tr«M»|».« Wlthdra Dksvk.ii, March 19,—General Mrl'ook withdrawn the federal troops from city to F«>rt Ijogmi. The proceedings against Mayor Vanhorn and Police Com missioners Rogers, Barnes and MnlHnsfoi ccutempt of court iu having violated injunction issued by Judge Graham on half of Messrs. Orr and Martin, the com missioners removed by Governor Waite, will coûte up tiefere Judge Glynn morning. From Denver. Go to W ilmlngton Photograph Company No. 81H Market street.. 99 cants per dor FOUR CONTESTEDSEATS House to Take Up the Election Cases This Week. A QUORUM WILL BE DEMANDED. Tit«* smut«* Ha» Ihfore It Oul> Itoiitln* lludiu-M For the l*rv*ent \\ «*«*k Ciilunel lirerkltirld^o to Muko a l.ong U«f« n*« HlfUi >tf Will Go ou tile Stand First. WasHDWTDX, March Ut.—As soon as tht sundry civil appropriation bill Is disposed of. which will probably be done tonight, the house « ill take Up the four contorted election onaos which are pending—the O'Neill-.Toy caw from the Eleventh Mis souri disN-ict, the Williams-Hettle case from the Fifth North On roil nn, the Eng Uab-Hiltiorn es s- from the Third (.'allfor nia and thi Wlieatley-t'obb case front the Filth Alabama. The O' Ne ill-Joy and the Kngllsh-HUborn cases, »hielt were both decided against the sitting members (Republicans) by strict party votes in t he committee ou elections, an- the most important aud »'ill require the major portion of the time. In both these cases the result «.f the election iu November, 1S92, was exceedingly There were two counts in the O'Xcill-Joy election, the recount giviug Joy, Repub lican, 07 plurality. U'Neill Iwlng beaten ou the face of the returns, he instituted the contest on the grouud that the Mi» souri election law had tiot been complied with, it having been shown that some of the Joy ballots had not. been numbered and Initialed as required by that law. Tito case before the committee hinged Upon the determination of the question as to whether the Missouri election law in this particular should tic regarded as man datory or simply directory. The mint hers of the committee wavered for some time, but finally decided by a strict party vote that the law was mandatory ami that it» technicalities hail not been observed. This decision gave the seat to O'Neill, Demo crat. UngUsti 4:liurge» Fraud. Iu the English Hilhorn case the result » as also very close, English receiving Fu lfil» on the face of the returns against Hil irum's lH.ltiO. Englisli's contest rested on the claim that in one precinct the returns had been manipulated beyond doubt, and his at torneys charged that while II il born was not responsible for he had been the bpncûeiury of that manipulât iuu. At the close of the case Hilboru's attorneys still claimed his election by a single vote, but the D#mocrnts of the committee decided iu favor of English. in the WilliaUM-Settle case the conteat ant alleged that the sitting member had been elected by the bulldozing and intimi dation of negro voters by the Republicans, but most of the Democrats of the commit tee refused to sustain his contention. Woodward, Democrat, however, dissented from the decision of his colleagues. iu Hie Wbeatley-Cobb cose the commit tee unanimously decided against Uie con testant, who was a I'opulist, aud his case can have no standing in the house »'hat Mr. ever. ll the contested election cusos arc dispos ed of this w eek, which 1» hardly probable, as the Hepnblicaus will doubl has insist upou the presence of a Democratic quorum to unseat their colleagues, the house will proceed with tin- considérât ion of either the Military academy or consular auil diplo mat le appropriai iog bills. Tbe present week » ill. so fnr as the cal endar reveals, la-devoted by the senate to routine business of no general interest. It is probable timt th« fortitientious appro priation bill will be reported from the com mittee, and if it should lie it will probably be taken up for discussion and put upou its passage. For the rest there will lie an effort to dis pose of the government printing site, the Russinu thist le appropriation and the Mc (iurruhan bills and of a large number ut special lulls on the calendar. llrecklnrldge's Defense. Washington, March 19.—Curiosity is rampant aiming lawyers as to the line of defense which the array of five aide law yers retained by Congressman Breckin ridge has marked out for him. For a time after the revelation of the secret marriage of Colonel Breckinridge to Mrs. Wing in New York on April 29 was made public it was the general opinion that this circum stance would form tiie basis of thedefense, but the attorneys for Mr. Breckinridge have lately intimated mi the contrary. Kveli had they not said so. it is a fact that-all the promises of marriage alleged by Miss Bollard to have been made to lier, except, the statements iu the Major Moore, were liefnrethe clandestine marriage. Moreover it. to be established by a preponderance of the authorities that the promise to marry made by a married man furnishes ground for a breach of promise action in case it is accepted in good failli by the other party, who is ignorant of his legal disability to fulfill the contract. The mystery of the defense will be solved in » few days, however, for it is the pres ent intention to place Colonel Breckinridge on the stand as the first witness in bis own liehaif. It is evident that his attorneys place their principal reliance upon the story which he will tell, aud from tlieir sanguine state of mind it seems probable that they must have In reserve resource« which have not- yet been made known. That Colonel Breckinridge's recital will he a long one was foretold by one of his attor tiey* when be »aid that the defendant would doubtless bo on the witness stand three days. This attorney prophesied that the trial will continue for two weeks or more longer. He sfiid that the cross ex amination of Miss i'oilui d would consume two days more; that Colonel Breckinridge would lie on tiie stand three days; that tw odays would be occupied in reading dep ositions for the defense and three daya in dosing oratory for the ears of the jury. Heilten to Death by Toughs. CLIFTON, N. Y., March 19.—Martin Mc Namara, a young man who resides in this village, was waylaid sud besten to death, h is alleged, by three toughs. They art now locked up at police headquarters. Mila»*» Divorce Annulled. Hr.l.Gi: m>f, March 19.—An net of the Episcopal synod annulling the decree of divorce secure t several years ago by the then king ol Servi», Milan I, from Queen Natalie has been published. There Was Xo Disorder. Fain, March 19 — Meehng« in commem oration of ihe proclamation of the Com mune of Fans were held. There was no disorder. of is presence i >1 date of the •ms 12 tin ol Mr. ot le liae this the lie thi» ir«l Uoiii|iany*H Profit». London, March 19.—The uuuunl rcjiort of the Cunard Sii amshij, company shows it profit for 1P93 of £200 0X1. Will you try Lengel's Original Bavarian B ok Beer? Five cents a glass in snr saloon where yen see J. A Lengel's sign? Given Aw»y. ''E-oeter Greetings," Grand Union Tea Company, S09 King street. Ci ALBANY GOSSIP. A Uu«y \V««k For lioth House* Begin* To night. Albant. March IB.—The legislative week that opens tonight promises to Lie one of the moat lively sessions, fur in both houses the calendar contains many bills of great interest aud some of whifîi will he fought not alone on party bnt on (actional grounds. In I lie senate the bipartisan po lice hill for New York city is upou the gen eral order calendar for today. On Tuesday morning Senator Persons' ranal improvement bill, which the Repuli Iicau senate caucus decided to cut from Ï1,OOU,IJOO to *300,(KX). will be the special or der. This is likely to provoke some lively discussion, the Buffalo Republican sena tors believing that It should be left ut its original figure. On Wednesday in the senate the Sexton blanket ballet bill, amended so as to pro vide for an individual paster ballot, for Illiterate voters, will lie the special or-ler, and immediately folio» iug' its discussion the hill of the same senator providing a separate school commissioner ballot to be used by women voting for school commis sioners will be taken up for debate. There are other events which »111 serve to make the work interesting. The Troy investiga tion by the Apeelal senate committee will be continued aud will lie made more sen sntioual by the taking of evidence relative to the election day murder. On Monday the state board of health Investigation will be taken up in this city, und the same day the state liourd of charities will glv< out its (Indiugs in the iuvestigutlou of Superin tendent Brockway. LA BRETAGNE ASHORE. Tin» I ri-iM It SlfMiuer L< II»«» F«»JT Nfw Yoiik, March 11*. —The general triin« Htlautic line steamer La Bretagne, Captain Hupe, from Havre March 10 for New York, ran anhore late last nitfht at a point u.tout 13 miles east of Fire island. A dense fog prevailed over sea and land at the time, aud navigation along the coast was there by rendered diilieult and dangerous. The steamer, which was due to arrive in New York on Sunduy morning, had been caught In tiie fog and was bringing it along with her when the acctdeut occurred. Iter in uring» Xn A Owing to the extremely thick weather and perhaps a miscalculation as to tiie strength of the curreut, the steamer lost her hearings. It may !>e that, the fog shut, out tiie Fire island light, from which west bound vessels shape their course for New York. There was not much sea on. nnd the wind was coming out of the south and bio» iug otilv a light breeze. The captain of the steamer sent a Isial ashore •it h a message to lie scut to the agents of the company in New York notifying them of j the accideul. None of those in the boat would give any details or explanation of how the accident occurred. I Men from tin* lift* Kavitur matiou went to the Hceni* t»f tin* i«roiil»*nt ft» .'it. vvl»»*r..v,.u ine ocene or u»t acdiUnt to «i\i* wlmti^tr (insistmice they iiukIiI he called Upon to render. It whn nt»t believed, however, that * thfir nssïstniif «* wi.nltl U. i*..i.iiii*a.ii i l... uieir iiHHWUUut wnim ih* required, l ie a steamer cottld luit he aeon well from tue bhore, but to nil appearance* she was not !• hurtl fur round Hint wmm r.M5t in.r v i i uuiti B^rouDU «rid wan rentm« eitHiiy. \ V»«•tin î ot Hi« Own i*hw. S< kanton, I'a., .March lfi.—.John Hig gins took a revolver that had not been nifil for MVttft) jroant into the Bitting » room, where hi* slater aud father wore, ! ^ rod pointed il ot them. They worno4 him against such re.kl.-s actio,.»; hut his reply Was that th. wespon »as not loaded. To prove his assertion lie placed the weapon imainst Id« temnlc mid i.iille.l the tri.-crer ttg.unst JUS tempi, and pull««I the trigger. Hu was dead before medical mil could bo •ummoned. ■ SL.KKIPL.ESSNESS, Nervous De bility, Nerv Exb tust tion, Neural gia, Paraly sis, Loc -mo tor Ataxia, Melanch ilia, aud kindred nilments, whether resti tiug from over anxiety, overwork or study, or frd:n unnatural habits or excesses, are treated ns a specialty, with great success, by tlio Stuff of Specialists nttuche.1 to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at litt'Tulo, N. Y r . Personal examination» not always necessary. Many cases aro success fully trouted at a distance, a amnf A A new and wonderfully ÄO 1 II MA. successful treatment Las been discovered for Asthma and Hny Ft vor, which can bo sent by Muilsir Express. It is not simply a palliative but a radical cure. For pamphlets, question blanks, refer ences and particulars, in relation to any of the above mentioned diseases, nudt-ess, with ten cents in stumps, World's Dispens ary Medical Association, 0UÜ Mam .Street, Buffulo, N. Y. 'S-t% • -î K ¥9 /> >HiLADKLPHlA I'ASHENGKW HTKAJM «oat I STEAMER » .1- 41 af 01TT OF OHKSTKR Commencing Tuebday, November 14, 18U>. « ave Fourth Street Wharf dally, Soncays in cluded at 7.31) a. m. and LOO p. m. Leave Philadelphia, Cheetnnt Street Woarf al 10.IS a m. and 4.0P p. m. ■•top lioth waye at Chester or all trip«. l*aei*orgen. going np on the boat can pur ■liaae tickets good to return on the B. dr O. R.K. Freight received all day at Phllaaelpma a- 0 Wilmington and carried a; the lowear r,«ae V. Jtt5& B rtlbh iUOII t$r> ri'..r eaidiofta u>(! ^ tw If thiirt ; douif a*stmerit. If trv.f«rl'< Oeeoed diu* Dyed wli) ^nd a Hi«, a>« c«! .V'G wNuJi (ffclj A. F. BOKNOI. Tl« »! A W V »— m WALTER H. POOESTA, EYE SPECIALIST, ÜÜ QUEEN & CO NOW OF \ \ Waiter H. Podesta St Co., Optical Specialists, PMla., 'Will he in WILMINGTON, DEL.,»* uetm'. every FRIDAY. .. theofii«M) of MR. WM. J. FISHER, -TO. noil MARKET STREET, so loug occupied by hlm. Apprécia Ina thekindlj f» vor» of patron age h« hae reci-ived from the beet citizen» of Wilmington, he re Ftj.Y / »prctfally Invltcenti tho»« (ruabo-fl wtrh Heedw-be, or whoee eyre 2 / are caueing iliecoinfort. ln «nv way iockIIoii Ulto nnd receive e REE the ad nee, fits knowledge and long expert, loc w»rr»nt him Is giving. REMEMBER, NO CHAHGF roe »»»mining vour eyes. wqtAvfartlnn IprayitHf ffiure 1». SIGHTS AND SCENES OF THE WORLD. 1 SPECIAL BACK NUMBER COUPON. One of these Special Coupons an<l One Dollar will be accepted for Parts 1 to 10 Inclusive» wisy&> good bread j jb/&-, Ch-nc L jbut ft 15 Vf£s delicate. h u 3 *C[gvfD To ooof;, but was 'tire.d and sick^ oF t/ft täßte and^ttielfcf/ard, ßhe. bougftt Cottol S ho rtening^ eue, a nd JfiP JoVefl more than. e.V9.r } be cause ^he fnaet* belter foo Jjàhd h ecould ea tit Witficut ahy un.Jjlea.sant* after effect. No t^Asr ffapr*; ir\ ftaVtn^ found 4 /ie BEST^ >nost Ziea/Mful short- ^ £ivng CVcr mside — ^"OT TOLErfNlg-, Made only by N. K. FAIRBANKS & CO., CHICAGO and ST LOIRS. AMUSKWENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Week commencing Monday, Mardi 19, a week of comedy, singt ne. dancing aud music. WAITE'S COMEDY COMPANY. PREMIUM BAND AND ORCHESTRA. Tlit» ilnpRt orchestra ever in your city. The Greatest 10c and 20c Show on Part'n. P q'ular Mime matinees every day except Mo. day. Change of play • ven pe- formance _ _ _ . ....__ __ o F tor Fourth district, Philadelphia, Pa., Mart i» l >, PW -Proposal* wll U» rn «rived at this offlet* until 12 o'clock m.. on Thursday,the fifth day of April l«t»4 for fnr llishin|l n d deliver»n? fuel for vewteisan.l stations in this died lot, for p * fiscal year ndir»* June 8», 1H95 Forms of propossls and l>ri t»*«l speciflcationa, k vTjj full particular* * to the kino* of fuel required, the qusntl y ami quulity, und the leimaof delivery anti vm^-nt, cn be obtained at thl» office. The itfht la reserved to n j eet anv and » 11 bids, and M ,, defeota. The United ante*also iese veatheriaht t • i ~erea«eor dltnlnlah (not ex eedone-third» utirinu the fiscal ynsr.tli© qu in'ities of any item or art Id» named in the rpt-d tient inns, ar«l aelsuse to that elTeet will beinaer'ed in the Contract. GEO KUK C. PROPOSALS. El * K-*, Commander, U. . N. L ght-Honse n * n<tr,or _ AfFj jit OF LIGHT- H i -r 18 PK( rOR» ^ rc ^lH'4 d, Pm^ls l 'wldd! rocelved^e tblsoihc« ui til IS o'clock m.,on 'I hursday, the 5th day of April, 181*1, for larnisht, g and delivering provision!, for vessel-, and light , a .| onH i„ ,),)» al trlct. Formant proposals ard printed instructions giving full partim Isrs as to the articles requir .1 . hiu, tlit- terms of delivery and pn.i ment can he obtained ai this ofites. The right is r ser ert to reject the whole or part ot an v or all bids and to waive any defects. The l nlted tales al»-> reserves the right to Increase or diminish (not to ex ceed one-third) du Ing the fiscal year, the rman>itles of any Item or article named In the specttrrat'oB" and a clause to 1 hat » tTeet will 1 e p-serted tn the conuacL GEORGE C. RF.1TRR, Commander, U. 8. N„ Light House Inspector. GIVEN AWAY. During the wwk prereriin« Raster we will »»••••«'•ist tn our frfnnds and p* trous a heautiful oil r»»n**l, out It led a GIVING THANKS. * » Aware that our average ciMxen has little lause lo he ihaukful durian Ibiflu dull time»«, except ihn» h«* li hI vo, we nevertl»eleH8 feel like Q*VINO '1 HANK** becau»>e w.- have been n f rtuuat la securing »uch a delightful picture f* r our .-.EASTER.*. SOUVENIR.' A copy can he oblained st any of our stores inrn g w» ek ending March 24th. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co »15 Market Ht , Wllmlugton, Del. Stall 21, City IHarliet. PO» SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, U-94,' WILLIAM R. FLINN, OF CHRISTIANA HUNDRED Snbject to the decision of the Republican party. FAT PEOPLE. Park Obvsitt Pills will reduce tour welulit PK.HW4NFKTI V from 12to 16pounds % month NO nTA K V INI* sickness or Injury; NO l UBl K ITT. They build up tht* health snd beautify tho oomplexfon leaving •A B INKLES nt finbi intai. 81 OUT AIU l>ov»''.N'S HX;d difficult breathing surely reJ li« ve.l. NO fcXPUKi.itKvr, but a scientific and i*o6itive relief, adopted only nfter \eara of extar'enca. All onlers »upplied direct iroai our office. Price fîf.t't» p*r pa< least*, or tbrre i»k. for ÿô.u* by mail pest paid. Testluioiiials and pirticuiais (sealed) 2cent». Ail rorreM|'ODd**iice Strictly f'oiifidcntlat. NO Park Remedy Go., Boston, Mass. _NOTICE»._ VfOTIk K. ALL PËHHONH ARK HEREBY warned against giving credit to any per on on my account, a» I will pay no bills except t r ose co traded by rayeelf. CLAYTON COURTNEY, m In • he matter of the i In Chancery, real estate of Joshua V New Castl* county, sa. hiinmons, deceased. \ Cause of Partition. In pursuance of an order of the c ancellor the above cause, made at the September term, A. I). 18P8. all persons having any lien or Jens affecting the Interest or estate of the q titable Guarantee and Trust t onipany, tni <tee under the will of Henry Simmons, de ceased, V\ liliani A. LaMotte, and William T. Porter, trustee under the will of Joshua Hlm inoia, deceased for Honhla Porter, weorge Sin mons and Mary A. Nornet, or either of thi m. in the lands and p emlses to which the sal 1 cause rel«lea, aie hereby notified to file .etltion setting forth the nature and am *unt of the same in the office of the Hegls r in Chancery for New C astle county, ten da. s before the fourth Monda? in M*rch. A I». HÜ4, aud to appear and prove the sant lien or 1 ena at the ensuing term of the court, be for » the rising of the court ou the third day of the teraL^H« It WILLI A Wilmington, Del T. PORTER. Trustee. arch 10th 1894. ATOTP E TO IHR DELINQUENT TAX psyere of HlBCkbird huuitred: The tax able residents • f B1 ckblrd hundred and all o>ker pers -ne liable in pay tax In said hun dr. d are hereby notified that the undersigned delinquent tax collector for said hundred will beat Airs, u*riy's Store. TUESDAY, MARCH 20th AND TUESDAY APRIL Fhd, Delaney's. TUESDAY. MARCH 27 th, 1884, Between the hours of 10 a, m. and 4 p m. tor the purpose of receiving taxes In pursuance of nil act of the General Assembly of this state. F xtract from the I.awsof Delaware, chapter 26, volnmo 19: Section 2. That on all taxes psld beforethe first day of October there shall be an abate rs percent.; on all taxes paid before the first day of December, there shall be an abatement of 3 per cent ; on all taxes unpaid on the first day cf January next ensuing 1 p r cent, thereof shall be added thereto; on ell'axes unpa d ou the first day of February 2 per rent shall tie added thereto: on all taxes untisld on the first day of March Apercent, thereof shall be added thereto;on all taxes unpaid on t' e first day of Apri. 4 per cent, thereof shall be added thereto, and on all taxe» unpaid on the fitst day of May 5per cert, thereof shall he added there'o. h 1C H 5 HD V. BROCKSON, Collector of I ellnqueut Taxes for blackbird Hu d*ed llinn o N 'tiTlCE.—T'> THE DSL1NQUENT TAX payes of ChrUriana hundred. > he taxable residents of (Uirlstlana hur dred and nil o her perso s liable «o pay tax in said hundred, are hereby notified th tl th« under sig ed delinquent tax collector for said hun dred will b« -t Toy'a lintel, Iltsintf Sun, Thursday, March 15, Post Office, Hiirldands, Monday, March 1«. Dalton's store. Centre ville. Thursday, Marc« 22, between the hours of 1 and ft p. m , for the put pose of re eivina taxes in pursuance of an act of the General Assemble at fhla state. F xtract from the l^iwaof Delaware, chap ter 20, volume llh ee* tion 2. '1 hat on all taxes paid before the tiist day of October there siiall be an Mbetement of f> per cent; on all taxes paid he fore the first day of Decembe-, there shall be aoetement of 8 percent; on all taxes unpaid on the first day of Jaidiary next ensi in« 1 percent, t ereof shall be added thereto; m nil taxes unpaid on the firs» d-y of Februi y 2 per cent, shall be add'd thereto; on '1 ttxrs unpaid o the l\r-t day of March * cet t, there*»f shall be a ded thereto t»x**s unpaid on the first dny of A cent, thereof shall be added thereto all taxes unpaid on the nrst day of M cent, thereof shall be added thereto. F. A. 8TÜROE Collector of Delinquent Taxes f»r tlaoa hundr» d. _ XJüTICE-'IO TH K DH.LINQUKNT is payers of Wllmi'.gton luindred: t.xable resicentsof » ilmlogtnn hand eil »11 p.-rsi.ns liable to pay tax in said bund are hereby notified that tiie nnaerslgned llr.quent tax collector for a id hundred v be al the Court House, Wilmington, MARCH 19, 2U, 21, 22, 23, 215, 27. 28. 29. 30. 1»W, between tbe hours of 10 and 12 a m., and 1 and 4 . m„ for the purposeof receiving taxes In pursuance of an act of the General Assent bly of ibis state. Extract from the Laws of Delaware, chap ter 2(1, volume IV: Section 2. That on all taxes paid before the nrst day of Octob r th-re shall be an abatement oi 5 p.r cent ; on all taxes paid Ire fore t e first rt«v of December, there shall be an abatement of 3 per cent; on all taxes un paid on the first nar of .l-.nuary next ensuing 1 per cent, thereof shall la- adiU-d i hereto; on all lares unpaid on the first day of February two per eenr. shall be added thereto; on all taxes unpaid on the flist day of Mardi 3 per cent, thereof shall be added thereto; on all tares unpaid on the first cloy of April 4 per cel t, thereo' shall be added ther. to; and on a'l taxes unpaid on th first day of May 5 per cent theteof shall be »dded thereto. JOHN A MITCHELL. Collector of Delinquent Taxes of Wilming ton Hundred VOTIUE—TO THE DELINQUENT TAX 1« payers of Brandy» ins buielred 1 lie taxable residents of Brandywine huudred ""d all other persons liable to pay tax 1' bundled, are hereby notified that the slfc ned delinquent tax collector tor ea dred will b at SUarpley's 8chool Northern district. SATURDAY. MARCH 17th. Shellpot School House. Southern < SATURDAY". MARCH 24Tf Practical Farmer, Eastern diet WEI NE8DAY. MARCH f Hct ween the hours of lo a. in a . p. m. for the pu» poee of re etvli g taxe«!*, pursuance of an act of the General At(«emhly of this state, K*tract ir< m the Laws of Del&w&re.chapter 28. volume 11»: Section 2. That on all taxe» naid before the first day of October there shall be an abate* ment or 5 per cent; ou all taxes paid betöre the first day of December, t Itéré sha.l be an abatement of 3 per cent; on all taxes unpaid on the first day «f January next ens' lug 1 p* r cent, thereof shall he a ided thereto; on all taxes unpaid on the first day of February 2 percent, shnil be added thereto; on all taxes unpaid on the fir t da of March 3 per cent. thereof shall be added thereto; on all taxes Unpaid o the lbs day of April 4 p r cent, thereof shall be add«*d thereto; aud on all taxes unpaid on the first day ol May 5 per cent, thereof s all be added «hereto. WILLIAM E. HU8BAXD8, Collector of Delinquent Taxis for Brandy wl. e Hu« dred V UT IC e.— T- 1 HaH tKMK « FISHING FOR 1» market, notice ia hereby giv- n that per sons Intending to carry on the bastoese of fi-hii,gfor marret uurmg the leer 1894 are required to take oat the c rtiliuate« pre scribed by law before any justice of the peace of the State o' Delaware, and (o have the same by or before April let. The law will lie rUiuly enforced uurlng (lie mining searon with persona neglecting to make the proper affidavit. JAMES A . MULLIGAN. Fish Commissioner. 4 FAMOUS PAINTINGS OF THE WORLD. Thi*» coupon with 10 cents entitles the ol FAKT -4, when to : I i«r«-r to one copy posent cd or mstlee _ Jouhnal Coopon Department. Evkmko We Cbaiis« Numbers Every tau«, Book Coupon No84 Cut out six eonsecutlvely nnuihered Coupons and send to us with six cents. Address "Book Dept.'* evening journal. POPULAR LIBRARY COUPON. Send In one oonpon and 10 oents and get a book^i x 8