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The EVENING JOURNAL has the largest bona fide circula tion in the state. "i 7^ The EVENING JOURNAL the live advertiser's medium, cir culates among the masses. k, < Ju / ; -I -JR WILMINGTON, DEL.. TUESDAY, MAKCH 27 . 1894. SIXTH YEAR. ONE CENT II FLU WANTED._ "\\f ANTED.—IF YOU ARE A CATHOLIC, >> »nil will work for $18 per week, write MAOCONNELL BROS., No. 11 Franklin street. Bo ston, Mass ._ \\r ANTED-GOUU GI H L FOR GENERAL it housework Apply. 3 1 » Market streel. W ANTED. AN EXPERIENCED WAIbT maker. Apply MISS MILLAWAV, HUU Washington street. _ TIT'ANTED—COMPOSITORS ON BOOK 11 work. COSTA'S, No, 1IK1 Shipley street. hO AItU a mi M u I SKtn_ ' CLASS FUmNISUKD ROOMS TO t at tim Market street. Meals served European pl«n. , ...DSOMKI.V FURNISHED ROOMS AX with board nt UK, K lu;; s tree t-__ TITANTK.D—BOARDERS. GOOD ACCOM TT modations. No. 40« Fast Fourth Btn el _roa Salk.___ UOKSM-E -AT-ARGR REFRIGERATOR, i UANIKL McKKNNE V. Hrd and Monroe. i?OR SALE CHEAP.—A MCE FLAT TOP J cherry denk. oak hanging wall desk, three good office 8 day clocks. Apply »12 French street, (second floor J FOB RENT. DOR KENT.—TWO COMMUNICATING l 1 rooms for offices. First floor hack. No. 835 Market street. Apply to W.S.HOFFMAN. _ MBAL FhTATR. 1 ""SoH SALE OH EXCHANGE—FOUR 10 room houses, 217, 19, 21 and Si Broome street. Will bo sold on easy terms or ex changed for other city property. BROOME STREET IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, No. 3 West Third street. FKKSONAL. UT1CK. N E. LEVY'S CONFIDENTIAL LOAN OFFICE, Booms t and 5, in the Exchange Building, cor ner Seventh and Market streets, ADVANCES MONF.Y ON REAL E TATE and personal lowest rates, tached Ope"evenings until j o'clock. ALSO FURNITURE STORED AT LOWEST RATES. property of all descriptions, at Private consultation room at 1108 IN KHHVA R138._ "L* LOWERS—PARTIES WHO DESIRE -T 'liant h for outdoor purpose*, handln*; basket**, etc . will do well to wee the stock at Oroystone Naraery, Oak aud Broome streets, I purchasing ^ TOU AOE.-FURN ITU n E AND HOUSK O hold kcxkIh taken on storage; every room separate, power elevator. Also for rent. II. F. LURE, Jr., Fourth and O-antte *t ■ * F. BREWING COMPANY, BOT TLERS AND BREWERS. ] >♦* i < in* WKK elsewhere. GEORGE large room H IJKA COAL for family use. i Extra lareo size, $4.50 per ten, Ready-mlxed Mortar, tor all purposes, de livered in any quantity. JOHN M. SOLOMON. No. 3 VV. :kl st. Phone« IlSanfl 20J. REMOVALS U. J. R. SMITH HAS REMOVED TO No. Oil) ModiHon street. D ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. HOTEL ATGLEX Michigan Avenu», near beach. Rates. $8 to $'l) a week. Home comforts. Thoroughly heated. J. F. RKED. HOTEL HECKLER, « Corner Atlantic and Pennsylvania avenues. First-class accommod-iiions. Open all the year. HENRY HKCKl.Ett. AMUSEMENTS "The Crust of baciety." To-night at the Grand Opera House will be produced "The Crust of Society" adapted from Dumas' play *'L« Demi Monde." "It is the unwritten social law that a good man should marry none but a good woman," is its motto, aud from tbe rise of tbe curtain to the last act is this demonstrated, not in a stiff, insinn ating, or vulgarly suggestive manner, but on the contrary, in a bright, witty, yet positive way. "Th** lUdlug Generation." Lavers of good, pure, wholesome comedy will have an opportunity of satisfying their tastes to their hearts content at the Opera House on Wedues dr vhere William Birry, of Barry A j Coquelin of Irish Comedy, wilt a in his new play. It is called ' »ne Riling Generation," and provides him with ample opportunities for the display of his great abilities as a ccm« dlan. F l Wonderland Mn.ee. Great preparations were made by Manager Docketade.r, of the Wonderland Mu«ee, to give his patrons a good show for Easter week. The company consists of sixteen vaudeville artists, and con tains such entertainers as Campbell aud Beard, tbe trick music 1 comedians; Shearer and Diamond, Irish comedy artists; Lane aud Verona, jugglers aud bicycle experts ; Ixiou Brothers, shadow graphiste; St. Julian, male coprano; Captain George Laible, the sweet singer; Makafere. the magician; Dexter and bis coarctation act; Mlle Latour in aerial suspensions; Professor Erickson and his Parisian eens»tlon, "Le Mefemsyco e TK »bill will bo presented nooJ and evening this week. every after Peach Bad. Not Oat. Speaking of the outlook of the peach crop this morning, Collector of Port Townsend, who has an otchard near Middletown, said that he did not think this cold spell would Injure the crop to a great extent. Anout one-fourth of thn buds, In his stetipu, are out. Tbe weather is severe enough, however, freeze those that are out, and kill the product that would have resulted. Peach growers from down tie ata'.e tili« morning say th>t the peacu ..trees were but little Injured by the recent cold wave. There was no Dost of any ac count hut night and t he air on the pre <*vious nights was too dry to do any dam age. It is Slid that not one ties in ten •s injured. The Weather. Id the Middle Ptat «w And New En»Ui»Cj»0* day clear weather and fm-h weMcrly wtwIb will prevail, preceded by lower temperature aud minima about 12 or 15 degre**» Fahr, *he upper Delaware \ alley, followed •l»by warmer conditions, but frosts »'Wt. On Wednesday in both of these s*'*> tloUHfair, warmer weather will prevail, with fresh westerly, shifting .to southerly winds, and on Thursday fair, warmer weather, fol owed by partial cloudiness. New 5 ork Herald Weather Forecast».—Th« "cold wave," now covering almost .11 the country from the Rocky mountains to the At lantic const, will »lowly drift east»',rd, cold abating decidedly to day la the tran» Mlsslsaippl regions, but being a little sharper lathe l entrai, the Atlantic and Earn tiulf Btales this mornh.g arid slowly decreasing during the day. r 'Klll ng fro»is'' will •luit» general uorlhof the thirty lifth parallel this morning aud tu-uUhu except in Rix'ky mountain plateau». Oepi-esidou» will move est ward ly fiom Arizona and Washing ; 'U.witii a n ave of decidedly warmer weather i i-moiTuiT aud Thursday east ol the Missis sippi. TRIP OF THE STREET DIRECTORS. The Wilmington Members Visit Many Western Cities—Columbus ami Pitts burg Among Them—Did Kot See Coiey's ♦'Army,** Street and Sewer Directors President J. Newlin Gawthrop, Colonel Enoch Moore and Samuel Chambers, who left bis city on Tuesday night, last on a tour through Pennsylvania, Ohio and Mary laud, arrived at Pittsburg at 8 80 on Wednesday morning. Secretary Wiley has received several letters from them. The VVilmlugtouiaiis examined the street sweepers of the Smoky City that day and also visited Allegheny City on the game day. The Street Department of the latter city let a contract for $230, 000 for asphalt on the day previous Cleveland was reached on Thursday at noon, and they were entertained at the City Hall. The visitors inspected the streets in the afternoon. The brick and sower plant at Coshoc ton O , a small country town, was vis ited on Friday and from there the Wil mington men wont to Canton where the largist brick manufacturing establish ment in the world is situât* d. Mr. Chambers wipes that the Canton people wanted them to remain and view Coxoy's "Industrial Army" on Sunday, but they concluded that they bad enough cranks in Wilmington and did not. care to see the Western contingent Columoas, which is ouh of the best paved cities in the United States, viewed on Saturday another brick manufacturing town, was r> ached yesterday morning. From that point they turned homeward and wdl visit New "Cumberland, Md., Wheeling. W. Va,, and Pittsburg on the trip. The directors report that the prices paid for arc lighting in this city are considerably higher than those of the Western cities VESTRYMEN AND WARDENS Elected at the Different Protestant KpUoopal Church«*, Last evening the following wardens and vestrymen were elected at St Andrew's Church: Wardens, E T. Warner and Willard Thompson; vestry men, William Lake, Henry O. Morse, George W . Baker, A S Elliott, J. H Hofleoker, Jr., David Lindsay, Dr. C. B. Nbudaiu. The St. John's Church election re sulted as follows: Wardens—Francis Q, DuPont, Lewis 8 . Williamson; vestry men—J. Cloud Elliott. Edward G. Brad ford, Austin Harrington, E A. Van Trump, George A. Elliott, William J. Fi»her. Caha-y Church election resulted as follows: Wardeus, Eduinnd Mitchell, Jamei D, Carter; ves rymen, W, T. Porter, Thomas Jackson, J. B Foreman, Jr., W, K Tadman. J. H. Moffit, George Cox. James M Griffin. The following vestrymen and wardens have been elected at Trinity parisa: Wardens, Horace Barr, M D., Charles M. Curtis; vestrymen, John 8 , Grohe, secretary; Edward T. Oanby, treasurer; J. Parke Postles, Charles A Cook,Samuel C Biddle,Joseph Swift, Thomas F Bayard, T. Leslie Carpenter, Aljmerü. G. Robin son. -•. I WttB Steubenville. O , AFTER THE LOVER. Officer. Expect to Capture the Bogus Mlutktrr ami Lover of Daley Jonen. Within a few days It is thought that tbe man who eloped with Daisy Janes, of Parksley, Va., Thursday, will be under arrest. Tbe authorities aie keeping the affair very quiet bat the details are gradually working out The girl's lover told her and her par ents that he was a preacbcr and gave h's name as Johnson. It is an established (act that he is a Philadelphia drummer He had been keeping company with tbe girl for about three mouths, coming to see her every three or four week». Her parents were opposed to the match on account of Daisy's tender years Pub lic sentiment is against tbe lover, and should be he arrested, the case will be pushed to tbe fail extent of the law. It is said the girl is a little weak miuded, and this is given as a reason for her consenting to elepe. SPORTIN G NEWS NOTES. Brooklya handicap races will bs ran at Brooklyn, May 15 The *25.010 American Darby will be rnu at W'asbington Park, Chicago, June The Phillies played tho first game of the season yesterday with the University of Pennsylvania and won by a score of 13 to 9, The British yacht Valkyrie will leave Ameiican waters on May 1, became of the inability of Dnnraven to arrange a race. Jack McAuiiffe, champion lightweight pugilist of tbe world,audStantou Abbott, champion of England, have been matched for a six-round fight on April 15. J D Rubs, of this city, has entered the bnlldogs Argouant and Careless in the Tattersall, Philadelphia, which will open to-day Edward H . Brennan, of this city, has eutertd in the dog show at Tattersalls. Philadelphia, four very handsome Irish setters, today, Th« competition takes; place and from the general appearance aud excellent pedigrees of thoroughbreds 189 aud 180, uothiog less than first price in their class should be awarded. Last year Mr Brennan's degs were the finest in tbe display and he was the fortunate cap 1 or of several prizes. We have received from the American Sports Publishing Company, No. 241 Broadway, New York, an advance copy of Spalding's League Guide, for 1894, aud from a giaoeo at its table of contents it is evident that tbe work is larger and more interesilng in ever» respect than in anv previons issue of tho Guide. The volume for 1894 la tbe seventeenth annual edition of the work, as the first League Guide was issued in the spring of 1870 For the past dozen years the Guide has been the leading publication of Us kind in tbe professional baseball world; and for years past has stood alone as the model band-book of tbe entire baseball fraternity, amateur and professional alike. Stole a Chicken and Dozen Kggj. .lame» Delsney, colored, was arraigned before Magistrate Monaghan, this ing. on tbe charge of stealing a chicken aud a dozen of eggs from the farm of Thomas Fagan, in Christiana hundred. Tiie theft waa committed yesterday and Dulaney was arrested while trying to make a sal« bond for *200 for his appearance at the higher court. ■ ■ Mr. Fagan went on bis 1 DOUGHERTY IMBROGLIO. The County's Answer Filed By Edward G. Bradford. QUALITY OF MEB0Y NOT STRAINED It Fallet!* Like a Brick Chancellor Asked to Iltniuls. the HIM Restraining the Sheriff From Selling the Properly of the Recreaut Collector*« Bondsmen Edw.-rd O Bradford, counsel for the Levy Court, has filed, in the Court of Chancery, the county's answer in the in junction proceedings instituted by Joseph Ktoeckle, Bernard Bonner, Hugh Lynch, John McCUfferty and Thomas Toy, bondsmen of John J. Dougherty, ex county tax collector. The defendants admit the appoint ment of Dougherty and that he gave bond in the penal eum .of *lb 0 ,ClK). with the complainants as enretie-*. That on July 8 . 181». caused upon the bond, doers died on March 8 1881, and that the •■Seen ity Trust «ni Safe Deposit Com pany was granted letters of administra . ion upon bis estate. The defendants further admit that the sureties did,on May 20, 1881, petition the Levy Court to restrain Dougherty from further collection of any taxes committed to him for collection,and that the petition was duly verified by the oaths of the sign ers, but deny that alter the official term of Donghtery as collector had ex pired the sureties hud reason to appre bend loss by reason of their suretyship lor Dougherty, in any other sens« than that in which sureties on the official bonds of collectors of taxes incur liability for the official defaults of their prin cipale. It is denied that upon the presenta tion to the Levy Court of the petitions and statement, the Levy Court did not then or at any time thereafter inquire into the matter, but wholly neglected and refused to make such inquiry as elated in the bill; but, ou the contrary, aver that the Livy Court inquired into the matter presented. X'hedefendants admit that the Levy Court refused.lo issue an order restrain ing Dougherty from the further collec tion of taxes, and to appoint (a collector tocoilectlhe residue of taxes uncollec ted by Dougherty, but other allegations in tbe paragraph they are advised that it is not necessary for them to answer, for the reason that they relate to infer ences or conclusions of law *ud not to facts It is admitted that Dougherty did not account to the Levy Court for tbe taxes thereafter collected by him, but whether be did or not use proper diligence (to col lect the residue.ot the taxes these dé fendante kavo no knowledge, deny that the Levy Conn to inquire into tbe accounts of Dougherty. They admit ths issuing of the writ of execution on tbe bond aud tbe secure of the goods of t,ne complainants, "they hold that the contract between the complainants as as sureties of Dougherty to the state was not materially altered or modified to the prejudice of the complainants as sureties. Th*y believe tho action of the Levy Court was not an inipairm*nt of tbe ob ligathn of the contract existing between tbe complainants aud tbe stale. The comtUinauta are liable on the judgment tor the sum of *10 853 43. togeiner with interest. In addition ( to the advice of counsel aud attorney of tbe Levy Court there were other aud suf ficient reasons] which influenced aud de termined the Livy Court to refuse to restrain Dougherty from the further collection of taxes committed to him The granting or refusal of tbe prayer of tbe petitions was a matter discretionary with tbe Levy Court, aud that tbe lia bility of Dongherfy and his sureties hav ing become fixed tile refusal to relieve wa neither an alteration of tbe contract nos impairment] thereof, and the sureties arr still bound feet the right of the Levy Court to col led the sum dun from Dougherty, nor could the right to enforce the collection of the judgment be defeated or (m paired by any failure on th« part of tho Levy Court to inquire 'nto the matter. In conclusion tue defendants pi ay to be dismissed with their reasonable costs in this behalf most wrongfully sustained," the Levy Court judgment to be entered That John A They refused books at»d Such refusal could not at BEHEADED BY_CAR WHEELS, IlugU Johu.on, Jr, Fall. (Ill Bloving Train and t. Killed. Hugh Johnson, Jr., who lived at Cedar and Anchorage streets, aud sou of llngh Johnson, was beheaded last evening, by fallin 4 nnder the wheels of a freight train. Bulldlng Permit. l««ned. Building Inspector Dohl issued per mits this morning to J. D Winslow, re pairs and alterations to Clayton Hon««; Christopher Frederick, brick stable, No. 812 South Franklin street; C I Swayne, alteration«, te No 707 King street James Kane, back building, No. 610 East Fifth street. Applicant, for Certificates, The Board of Pharmacy Committee met yesterday afternoon. The applicants ex .mined for certificates were: A T, Cameron. Walter F Voshell, W A Gill. Frederick Kelley, Frederick Drake, William Shew brooks, Mr Johnson. The result of the examination will not be announced for several days. Demp.ry for Farmer. The friends of Charles G. Dempsey, of Mill Creek hundred, are anxious for his appointment as farmer of the county atmsbonse property. Mr. Demosey deserving tbe position, having done much work for Democrats in Mill Creek hnndred during the last campaign. Wauled to Kill the Mayor. Lakcasvku, Pa., March 27.—A ermik culled lit the residence of Mayor-elect Ed win S, Smelt*, pulled a revolver from his pocket und exclaimed withunouth,"Smeltz appointed n Catholic on hi» police force, and I'm going to kill him for it." The man was arrested. Hi« name U Theodore Klin ger. _ Railroad Fenced Up. LKAVKNV.ouril. Kan., March 27.—James C. Stone, Jr., through whow big farm aoiuliwcht ol' this city the abandoned Leav enworth, Topeka and Southwestern rail way run», has leuced up the road where it enters and leaves his property aud posted notices to prevent trespassing. SCHOOL BOARD FIGHT. TROUBLE OVER THE CLOSING OF THREE SCHOOLS GOOD FRIDAY, Kicukm Offered lljr Visiting Commute* * iur Closing School« No«. 3, 10 anil 13. A Lively Kenton - Member* Kxpre». Their Loyalty- Long Discussion. The closing of public schools Nos 3, 10 and 15 on Good Friday caused a lively meeting of the Boaid of Education last night. The brer*« was started bv Mr. Alexander, of the Second ward, under the head of new business, calling atten tion to the fact that. No, 15 school had been closed without his knowledge or consent He read an alleged interview in an afternoon piper, with Mr O'Don nell, In which O'Donnell said the school was closed with his (Alexander'«) author Uy. He said be was opposed to any ligious holiday. Mr. O'Donnell took the Haor and said that the interview was a lie. careful, bo said, when be spoke to porters as they sro like sueak thieves when they are taking down an article He said he thought it as good a day to celebrate us Memorial Day or Washing ton's Birthday Mr Magart y,of the Eleventh ward,said he did not know he was doing wrong when he closed No. 3 school, ho was passing the school and steppeo in. Miss Butler, the principal, said the childien were doing nicely and watd for good work gave them a holiday He never thought that the next day would he Good Friday. Mr. Giant said he was responsible for the closing of No. 1Ü [school. Ail be bad to say was that if he had made an error, was that under the same circumstances he would do the same thing sgaiu. Mr. Clark said that he did not think any religious holiday as good as Fourth of July. None was as good to him as he wsa an American. If he had made a mistake he would apologize* Mr Bald win said ho was an American atd be iieved in American institutions. Mr. O'Donnell said he was born within four equalci of where be stood. Mr Baynard said the question whether certain members bad violated tbeir oath. It was folly for Mr. O'Dou nell to sav be did not understand the rules, or Mr. Maganty to say he did it for another reason. The laws of the school were that those who did not wish to go to school Gvod Friday could bo excused The rights of the people who wished to send their children on Good Friday must be respected. President Bahd said the breaking of the rules should bo acted on Mr. Pyle sa'd it was queer that the three schools were closed and twenty four opened Mr. Betts offered the following resolu tion: "Whereas, It has been reported that the public schools N*s 8,10 and 15 of ibis city were closed on Good Friday, the 23d instant, which, if closed on account of its being Good Friday, was in direct violation of rules far the government of public schools. •■Therefore. Bs It resolved that th* president appoint a committee of lire, wboee duty it shall bo to inquire of th* visiting committees of said scbools if the schools were closed as reported, and if so why closed, and report to this board al its next meeting." Mr O'Donnell offered as a substitute a vote of sanctum on act of committee men in closing sein ois Nos. 3, 10 and 15. The substitution whs voted down. The resignations of Dr Lnkens, of the Fifth ward, sud David R Smith, of the Ninth, were received and accepted MR. O'DONNELL EXPLAINS. Did Not Apply HI« Remark« Lut Might to Reporter« a« a Cl»««. An Evening Jocknai, reporter found Mr O'Dinnell at Eighth and Marke' streets this morning. He le e.upio'yed as dispatcher by the Wilmington Oil; Railway Company The reporter asked him if he applied his remarks last night to renorters as a class "My remarks last evening were not intended to reflect upon reporters in general," he n«id. "Many of them I esteem very highly. What 1 said ap plied to tkat particular case. It was that reporters, in taking down an artl cle were like sneak-thieves and that they ought to b» watched. I whs standing here at Eighth and Market streets when an Every Evening reporter walked up and asked me about the closing of the schools on Good Fri day I told him that I bad given the order. He asked me who was ray col league on tho committee. 'I told him It was U. T Alexander. Just then a car came np Market street and I harried down to the switch to turn it. (When I came bark the ;Eveiy Evening reporter had gone That night the piper came out and stated that I bad said that Mr Alex ander had eo operated with me In closing the schools on Good Fiidav. I never told him any such thing. That article Is what led to the discussion last night, Mr Alexander calling the matter up. I ex plained that I never told the teporter that he acted with me in the matter, and, course of my remarks used the term sneak-thieves, apply i to the Every Evening reporter who bed misrepresented me, and to that unmiti gated ass who represented the Morning News at the meeting last evening. "The reporters who attend the meet ings of the board do not report me in fuil. They report other members, but not me if I make a general fight on any question. "I was perfectly honest in my action in closing the schools on Good Friday, considering it a special case under sec tion 10 of ihe rules fortbe government of the public schools and section 27 of the by laws, which defines the duties of the visiting committee, and only pro vides for calling in my colleague in ease of action npou the suspension of teacher." re He was i ■ He said as a rc war in the it Malted an Ub.een« Latter to HI. Wife. William G. Hitchens, of Georgetown, was arretted last night, and brought to this city this morning on a charge of mailing an obscene letter to bis wile who lives at Lewes Tbe letter is claimed to have been mailed last December' Mar shal Lannan and Deputy Marshal Hughes captured him in bis bed at his home and b« was brought to this city this morning. He will have a bearing to morrow morning on the charge. Mies Kate Foster will start a cash grocery at Second and Jnstieon streets. She will open the store to-morrow. n iiionnrnci r u Many Changes Made By Bishop Vincent. MR-HANNA COMES TO UNION Sing Sing Bugged for Him But Waa Refused. Anm« of I'nlou Goes to llelawnre City »oil llobert Matt Come« t» Scott Chnroli—Brandywine Get» A.bury Burke and New Ca«lle Lose« Dr. M.r ttmlale, M'ho I« Kent til Milford Old Akbury Church Gel* the Promising Young Kit.tern Shoreman .1. II. Howard, nml Preacher Lav Held I« A««lgoed to Kpworlh to Hncreed Mr. Jewell—Some 8urprl.log Removal«.) Special dispatch to Evening Journal. Salibiiurv, Md., March 27.—The twenty-seventh annual session of the Wilmington Conference adjourned this afternoon after Bishop Vincent had read tbe appointments. The bishop prayed for Divine guid ance aud said that he and bis cabinet had worked night and day for the best in terest of tho churches, but an arduous and extremely delicate task bad con fronted them from the start. Pastors bad asked for a change, and people had begged for the return of their pastors where such was impossible There was much surprise at the decis ion in tbe case of J D. C. Hanna, but as bo is a star in the conference, everybody Is satisfied with tbe result, Isaac Jewell was transferred to Bel lows Falls, Vt., and T. E Divorty from Vermont to Wilmington Conference. Tbe appointments are as follows: WILMINGTON DISTRICT. L E Barkbtt, Presiding Eider. Bethel and Summit— T. B Hunter. Charlestown—T d. Harding Cherry Hill and Union—W.T. Valiant. Chesapeake City—Wilmer Jaggard. Chester— E S Mace. Christiana—O 8 Conoway. Claymout— O. E Wood. Delaware City J E. Amos. Elk Neck—J. E Graham. Elkton and Crouch's—I. L Word. Hockessln and Ebenezer — O. S. Walton. Hopewell—J. H. Gocghegan, Marshallian and Stanton—Edwin Qaiduer. Mt. Lebanon—J O Sypherd. Mt. Pleasant and Union— C. H. Wil liams. Newark and Wesley— W, J, Da Bad way. New Castle—V'. S. Collins. Newport—A. 8 . Mowbray. North East— W. O Koous, Perryville—H O. Hudd. Port Deposit— H W. Ewing. Port Penn—To be supplied. Red Lion and Glasgow— W. P. Town send. Rising Sun and Sylmur—J E Bryan, Rowlauaville and Mt. Pleasant—To be supplied. St Georges—Julius Dodd. St. John's—VV. P. Taylor. Wilmington: Aebury—J. H. Howard. Brandy wine—Asbury Burke. Coukuiau— W. L White. East Lake and Elsmere—John France. Kpworlh— L W Layfieid, Grace—Merritt Hnlhnrd. Harrison Street— F B Short, Kingswood—H 8 Dulany, Madeley-D F. Waddell. Mt. Salem —8 M Morgan. St Paul's— T. E Terry. Scott—Robert Watt. Silverbrook—W. A. Wise. Swedish Mission— F. O. B. Wallin, Union—J. D G Hanna, Wesley—J B Quigg. Zion (Md )—A. P. Prettyman. J, P West and H A G Westerfiold left without appointment to attend scbcoh K VSTON DISTRICT. Alfukd SMiTft, Presiding Elder, Appoqniulmluk— F. II Hynson. Bayslde— F. E McKiusey.J Cccilton— D. U Corkrau Centreville—J. W. Easley. Cheswold—To be supplied. Chestertown— W P Compton. Church Ü111-E. E Wh,te. Clayton— H. C. Turner. Cordova—J. M Llndale. Crompton—To be supplied. Easton— W E Avery. Galena— E. H Nelson. Greensboro—J A Arters. Hillsboro— W. W. Sharp. Ingleside— W. M Warner. Kent Island—Frank Fletcher. Kenton—J. M. Collins Mary del—Albert Chandler. Middletown— N M. Browne. Millington— G W. Burke. Morgan Creek—To be supplied. Odes»— R I. Watkins. Oxford—J. W. Fogle 1'iney Neck—To be supplied. Pomona—J. F, Anderson. Queenstown—W. O. Hurst. Rock Hell—Edward Davis. Royal Oak—W. A Benford. St. Michael's—J. P Otis. Salem and Union--To bn snpplled. Sassafras and Massey 's— To be supplied. Smyrna—Adam Steugle Smyrna Circuit— W. B Mowbray. Still Pond—J. D. Kemp. Sudlersvllle— C. F Sheppard. Talbot Circuit—J. T. Prouse, Tilg Lai."'» Island—J. D Lecates. Townsend — F. F. Carpenter, Trappe — Robert Roe. Wye aud Star— W. H. 8 . Loller. DOVER DISTRICT. R H. Adams, Presiding Elder. Beckwith— M. D. Nutter. Bridgeville—I. 8 Wicklin. Burrsvlll Cambridge— F. C McSorley. Camden—I. O. Fosnoeht. Cannon—T. 8 Williams. Church Creek— D. H. Willis Crap»—J. D. Reese and one to be sap plied, Denton— Z H Webster. Dorchester—To be supplied. Dover Wesley— W L 8 Murray. Dover-Armoiy—To be supplied. O W. Devenisb, East New Market—W. E. Tomkiusou, Eilend«)« —To be snpplled. Elliott's Inland—C W Farmington— F J. Cochran. Federal-but g —Q, T. Alderson. Felton - H. 8 Thompson. Frederica— T. E. Ulverty. Galeetown—J. A Brcwingto'i. Georgetown—C. A. Gris« Georgetown Circuit—A D. Davis. Green wood— Aloysius Green. Harrington— P. ll Rawlins. Hooper's Island—J. H. Wilson. Houston— O H Weese. Hurlock— T. B Cooper. Iieipsie—To be supplied. Lewes— S J Morris. Lincoln—J. T. VanBurkslow, Little Creek—To be supplied. Maditou and Taylor's Island—To be supplied Magnolia—W F. Dswson. Milford— T. E Mavtlodale. Milton—E l*. Roberts Nassau— W M Green. Preston—To be supplied. Heaford and B'adesville—C. W. Pret tyman. Vienna— O. W. Bowman. Williamsburg—J. P. Outtco. Willlslon— W. W. Chairs, G. F. Hop kins Woodsido—To he supplied, Wyoming— T. C Smoot. Zjar—To be supplied. J H Todd, E. L. Cross, Professors in Conference Academy, members Wesley, Dover Quarterly Conference. Strickland. 8AI.IHBUUY DISTRICT. W. F. Cork ran, Presiding Eider. Asbnry— C. S Baker. Berlin— W. R MrFarlane. Bethel — D, F McFaul, Blsbopville— V. P Northrop. Cape Charles city— G W. Bounds. Ciilucotesgue—To he supplied. Crisliuld— R K Stephenson. Deals Island— C. T. Wyatt. Deimar— G. W. Townsend. Fairmnunt— T. A H. O'Brien. Frankfort— C. P. Swain. Frultlaud—To be supplied. Girdletree— T. F. Tabler. Gumboro— W. B Guthrie. Holland's Island—To be snpplled. Laurel —8 N Pilchard. Marion— L P. Corkrau. Mllleboro— T. N, Given. Mt Pleasant— W S H. Williams. Mt Vernon— E. H Dmickeou. Nanticoke— 8 . R Maxwell. Newark—To be supplied. New Chnreh—To be supplied. Ouanoock— E. C Atkine Parksley—To be snpplled. Parsonbnrg—J M. Mitchell, Pccomoke City—E O. Machnlcol. Pocomoke Circuit—James Connor. Powellsvllle—To be supplied. Princess Anne—H W Todd, tjuautlco—James Carroll and one to be suppllt d. Heed's Wharf—To be supplied. Roxana— G, L. Hardesty St. Peter's—Warren Barr. Salisbury— C. A Hill. Selbyvlile— U R. Jones. SUarptowu—Newton McQuay.' Smith's Island— T. F. Beauchamp. Snow Hill— R T. Conraey. Somerset—J. W. Gray. Stockton—To be supplied. Tangier—To be supplied, Westover— To bo supplied. Whitesville— E H. Miller. DANCE AT MILFORD. A Swell Affair L»«t Nl«ht at the Central ilutal. »pt olal Correspondence Evening Journal. Milfohd, March 27—The Central Hotel of Mllfoid was ablaze with light last Monday night. Twas Easter Mon day, and besides it was the fortieth anuiver. ary of the birth nf F. H Kram lieh, In whose honor invitations were tendered to the society people of Mll , ford, to be present al a grand ball and surprise, to be given at the hotel Tbe entire house was thrown ,'open for the convenience of the guests; tbe caps cions t parlors and dining-rooms were marvels of lovely floral decorations and. ferns, palms aud rare potted flowers adorned tbe grand t staircases (and corri dors. More than 300 invitations bad been Issued early in last week aud society was all agog with preparations for such an affair as Milford has scarcely,If ever,been known to wltuees. It was the event of tbe season. From all over the lower Peulusnia and at an early hour in the day, strange yet familiar faces began to airlve, all wear mg smiles of greeting in pleasant con templation of the evening's enjoyment. Tbe ball room was adorned with Eas ter emblems. The following was the mean: Mlsp. Ilion Plants. I.llllc Nock Ciamt. Baked Btiad. Columbia River Halmon, Kngllsti >nipe. (Juall with Shrimp. Broiled Teat Luck with Jelly " Tendeiloin»nf Venison with Muidirnoms, «ut conlttello, a Fllitammorse Breader. Tomato Sauce. Carolina Tomatoes, Licks, Water Creeses. Fomme de Terres Lymaise. Terrapin, Diamond State Style. Lobster Salad. Chicken Salad. Creams. Ices, Cakes. Orange«. Bananas. Coffee. Tea. Chocolate, Poas Cafe. After supper tbe fascinating art of Terpiscbore was indulged in by the younger people, and tbe wee small hours bore ample testimony to tbe realization of tbeir anticipations,as the sweet strains of music from Professor Graham's full orchestra sent forth its strains of mel ody to the measured rhythm of tbe lovely woman and brave knights who partici pated in the mazy dance. OGLETON WITHOUT A POSTMASTER. A Successor Appointed But She Would Not Have the Office. Ogleton, a small village in White Clay Creek, is without a postmaster. J. C Mann, who has been acting In that caprcity for several years, resigned recently. Mrs John Steward was ap pointed as Mann's successor, bat refused to bond, became of a complaint made by some of tbe patrons, to tho location. Mr Mann moved to this city on Satur dav, but before doing so packed up the effects of the office, took them to Newark aud mailed them to tbe Postmaster General at Washington. The office has been paying from *82 to *80 per annum. Will Be Off on Sunday, Tbiid street draw will be eff next Sunday morning from 10 until 12 o'clock, and in tbe afternoon from 3 until 4 o'clock. Two new segments «re being pu' in, and the Lsvy Court does not want to stop travel by throwing it off daring the week. Send vour carpets to tbe Diamond State Carpet Cleaning & Upholstery Works, No 118 King street, Telephone 013. LEVY COURT TRANSFERS County Officers Re-elected 'Renewing Their Bonds. SUNDAY SCHOOLS AND THCIBlDUES l.ato Road Commissioner. In Brandywine Hundred Had a Small Balance—Mora Ea«t Lake Property Transferred to Samuel U. Uajuaid and William Lawton, The principal work of the Levy Court this morning was making transfers. A number of the officers re elected at the last meeting renewed their bonds. Mr Armstrong staled that be wished Sunday school officials to send to him for their appropriation vouchers. The name of Michael 1 Scully, assessed lu the Eleventh ward, was transferred to Mill Creek hundred The property No. 1018 West Front street, assessed to John Stewart, transferred to Daniel P. Stewart, with an assess*d valuation of *700. The property at the southeast corner Second and Washington streets, assessed to John Stewart, was transferred to Mary L. Pierce; assessment, *800 Three acres of land In East Blackbird hundred, assessed to Owen C. Crowley, agent, were transferred to Caleb B Kel ley. agent, and assessed at *300. Three and three-fourths acres of land In West Red Lion hundred, assessed U David Seeney, were transferred to Sarah J. Seeney, and the assessment reduced from *280 to *150. No. 702 Kirkwood street. Eighth ward, assessed to Laniss H. Wilson for *1,500 was transferred to L. Taylor Wilson The East Lake lots recently purchased 'rum Joseph L Carpenter, Jr., by Sam uel H Bayuard and William Lawton, were transferred. Mr Gallagher reported that the com mittee appointed to examine the counts of the late road commissioners of Brandywine hundred had completed its work. Tiie audit showed a balance of *7 57. Work then proceeded on the audit of the new road supervisors' ac counts. was ar THB AMENDMENTS ORDERED. Chang* • In the Record of Proceedings In Paitltlon of tbe McOomb Estate. The Court of Chancery continued ita wot k thi* morning. Ou motion of the no mm it lee appointed to examina E. R. Cochran. Jr., he was admitted as a solic itor in chancery. Dr. Josephine M. R. Whlto was, cn motion of Mr. Cochran, appointed true* ten of her anut, Caroline T. McIntosh, who has been adjudged to be Insane. Mr. Bates presented the petition of Elizabeth B. McComb, Jaems C. McComb, for Jane Martha McComb, Henry McOomb Bange, Elizabeth B McComb and Jaae E. McCumb Winchester, trustees, for James C. McComb in the matter of the real - estate of Martha McComb. They «eked that the record of the proceedings in partition of real estate late of Martha McOomb, deceased, be amended so that Elizabeth B McComb and Jamee G Mo* Comb, as trustees for Henry McComb Bangs may receive so much of the pur chare of the land* ss'represents tbe in terest of Henry 8 McComb, deceased, in the same. The petition was granted. A decree of partition was Issued In the ose of David aud Prank McCoy vs. Douglass and William H. McCoy, Victor B Woolley presented a petition regarding the Investment of the *25,000 arising fiom the sale of tbe real estate of Joshua Simmons to tbe Harlan & Hoi liiigbworth Company. The trustee was authorized to make tbe loan. trustees cheater, tml E McC. Win Bush and ->f Off for Dover Thomas R. Lally .who is an aspirant for tbs office of Magistrate now held by Magistrate Monaghan and whose term expires April 38, went to Dover this morning to have Uoveroor Reynolds. Mr. Lally does not believe in large delegations depend ing more on a f«w influential men In bis delegation this morning were John T. Dickey, Patrick Neary, J, Uarve Spruance, Garrett Hart, Dr. John Fahey. Dr. J. Paul Lukens has removed from No 818 Washington street to No. Oil Washington street. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. —First class furnished rooms to rent at 508 Market street. Meals served on tbe European plan. —William P. Wlndlsh. the newly appointed county constable, has located at Magistrate McWnorier's office. —Levy Court Commissioner John J. Mealey has .'iHinoved from No. 8 South Clayton, to No. IUI0 West Third street. —Mr«. Sydney A. Montres, aged died of ohl age in Philadelphia on and interment will be made in the Old Swedes' cemetery in this city. —The entertainment In the basement of St. M talk with 88 years, Saturday ary'» Church for the benefit of tbe poor wa» such a success that it will be repeated ue»t Wednesday and Friday evenings, —Charges of neglect of duty were preferred aaalnst Officer James Thornton at tbe meet ing of tbe Police Commission last night by Mrs. Mahan. —An athletic exhibition, accompanied by masic, will he held In Association Hall on Thursday evening. Tbe gymnasium class has been In training for some time and Ihe mem bers are in good condition for the work. — Patrick Mr loskey. John Montgomery and Mary M. Gardner were each lined SI in the Municipal Court, to-day. for drunkenness. Michael Newell, of Claymont, was fined $2 for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. SIGHTS AND SCENES ... OF THE WORLD. March 27. Part 13. Number. Changed Kvery'Day. 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