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The ÜŸEHINO JOURNAL has the largest bona Öde circula tion in the state. The EVENING JOURNAL the Hire advertiser's medium, cir culates among the masses. Je 3 1 LL. ...V .■■■ ■ - ■ WILMINGTON, DEL.. THURSDAY. MARCH 29. 1894. SIXTH YEAR ONE CENT BILf WANTED. ANTED.—A WHITE GIRL. TO TAKE care of a child four year« old. With good reference. iOT West etreet. W KHAKI) «NU BOOMS F irst class fuhnishkd rooms to I rent at t()8 Market street. Meals served on the En ropean plan ._ ANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS with board at IU5 King street. _ TATANTE!)— HOARDERS. GOOD ACCOM 'I modal Inns. No. 40Ü East Fourth street. II _FOR SALB. ___ lAOR SALK CHEAP.—A NICE FLAT TOP J cherry desk, oak hanging wall desk, three good office S day clocks. Apply 112 French street, isecond floor.) FOR KENT. TAOK RENT.—A NICE SUIT OF KOOM a . U with all modern conveniences. Apply 1 114 King atreet. _______________ TAOR RENT.—TWO COMMUNICATING X 1 rooms for offices. First floor bark. No, (S16 Market street. Apply In >.HOI I- .MAN. REAL ESTATE F or sale or exchange—four w room houses, 217, 19, 21 and 2:1 Broome Street. Will he sold on easy .terms_or ex changed for other city property. HROOME HTREET IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, No. 3 West Third street. PKKMGNAL. J^OTICE. CONFIDENTIAL LOAN OFFICE, Rooms4 and 5, In the Exchange Roll-ling, cor ner Seventh and Market streets, ADVANCES MONEY ON REAL E TATS of all descriptions, at consultation room sl E. LEVY'S and personal property lowest rates. Private Inched Oper evenings until 3 o'clock ALSO FURNITURE STORED AT LOWEST RATES BCBIWKSS CARDS. T? LOWERS—PARTIES WHO DESIRE A plants for outdoor purposes, hanging baskets, etc, will do well to seethe stockai Greystone Nursery, Oak and Broome streets, before purchasing elsewhere. GEORGE WtUtiHT._ TORAGE.—FURNITURE aM) HOUSE hold goods taken on storage: every room separate, power elevator. A Iso one large room for rent. H. F. LURE, Jr., Fourth and Orange streets. s NINE SHORT ADDRESSES. BUhop Coleman Waited Washington School This Morning and Talked to the scholar*. «. . 1 , , , , , « a Bishop Coleman who is deeply nter \V^h 1 notChI' m* th£ 4 mnrninI " '» 1 "SKLÄmT E X.?! ÎÎL MIM« L th ÂmÎ « „ine short addresses iu as man; different rooms, and the scholars were delighted, "It is a fine school," said tbe bishop "There is no doubt about It. The Caucus Nominee. Ths Republican Conncllmen caucused last evening to select a chief engineer to succeed Harry Palmer, whose continued 111 health forced him to resign. Tbe two leading applicants in caucus were Second Assistant Engineer Francis A. Price and James Wilson. The former was selected as the caucus nominee. His name will be presented to City Council to night, and his election Isa foregone cone ns on.-- To avoid having your carpets ripped, send them to the Diamond State Carpet Cleaning Works, 118 King street H .* F. BREWING COMPANY, BOT TLER8 AND BREWERS. |)EA COAL for family use. X Extra large size, $4.V) per ton. Ready-mixed Mortar, for all imepotes, de livered in any quantity. H| Phones 11« and 20!. JOHN M. SOLOMON. No. 3 W. 3d et. REMOVALS. R. WM. E. SHERWOOD, HAS REMOV. ed io No. fl > Washington street. Tele 1) phone 757 _ H. J. H. SMITH HAS REMOVED TO No. 910 MadUon street. 1) ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, HOTEL ATtJLEX Michigan Avenue, near beach. Rates. JB to g 10 a week. Home comforts. Thoroughly heated. J. F. REED. HECKLER, HOTEL Corner Atlantic and Pennsylvania avenues. First-class at comnualailons. Open all the year. HENRY HECKLF.lt. REGISTER'S OBDEHR. egistfJr's Order. R REGISTER'S OFFICE. I New Castle County, Del., March 2s, 1X94.1 Upon the application of James tl. Hrady Adralnlbtratorof John F. Brady, 'ate of New Castle by* tie Register trator aforesaid give notice of granting of letters of administration upon the estate of the deceaaeo.wlth the date of granting thereof, by causing advertisements to l>e posted within forty days from the dale of such letters In six of the moat public places of the county of New Castle, requiring all persons having de mands against the estate to present the same, or abide oÿ made and provided; and also cause tbe same to tie Inserted within the same period in the Kveninu Journal, a newspaper published In Wilmington. Del., and to be continued therein three weeks, (e. o. d.) Given under the hand and seal of ofllce of the Register aloresaid at Wilmington, in New Castle County aforesaid, the d»> and J esr above written. . WILKINSCOOCH, Regisle.. NOT1CE Notlce Is hereby given that letter« of admin istration were in due form of law granted unto the undersigned on the twenty-ninth day of March, A hundred. In sa d county, de it Is ordered and dir-cied that the Aominls ate to or» A«-cpiPlj in such case an <*ct of Ï neu on me tweniy-ninin ). 1984, and that all pensons having claims again«! the eet«te of th« de* ceased mint present the same, duly attested, administrator, on or before the to the said twenty-ninth day of Ma'ch, 1896, or abide tbe act of Assembly in «iicli case made and provided. JAMES B. BRADY. Administrator. Address. New ('«Stic, Delaware. The Weather. In the Middle States and New Enalsnd to day partly cloudy to cloudy, vllshtly warmer weather and fresh to brisk southerly winds will prevail, fo'lowed by moderate rain - , mostly former, south of New iork. fol ••r eno lowed by l .wer tempcralure. un rnciay, both of there section*, colder, cloudy, partly cloudy weather, and brink to frenh Mouth went to westerly winde will prevail, pre ceded by enow or ra n and followed by clear ini( at noon; and on '-aturday fair, slightly «'older weallwr, followed by rlelng tempera ture. New York Herald Weather Forecast«.-The Mmltoba "cold wave" moved southwardly yesterday to Texan, preceded by a depre«eion In Illinois, which caused a blizzard blowing forty-eight mile» an hour at Chicago. The storm will decline somewhat In force and ad vance to New England to-day. possibly at tended by dangerous winds north of^ Sandy Hook to-morrow. A storm now in Washing ton and Oregon will probably inov« east wardly. reaching the New England aud New Jersey coasts by Sunday evening. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. —First class furnished rooms to rent at Market street. Meals served ou the European plan. - WPllam Bu«h was fined $2. and Patrick Cahill ft for drunkenness. In the Municipal Court, this morning. —Solomon Morrell was dismissed of charge of disorderly conduct, prefer*ed Detective McVey .in Magistrate Keiley'eofflc«i ) en terday afternoon. FEAST OF MUSIC AND MUSCLE. Association Hoys Will Ride tho German Horse This Evening. James B. Hahaffy, Robert Irwin, Robert Wler, Clinton K Williams, Charles Zim merman, George Moody, Fred Heck. W Chamberlain, Victor Bucher, H. L Rice, F Harrar, William Smith, W Townsend, Joseph Morton, Charles Sutton, John Sanuders, L Asprll, Ë. C Har and W. Tazewell constitute the the Youug Men's Christian Association. This evening they will outdo themselves In gymnastic exercises at their fourth annual exhibi tion In Association Hall. The ezeicises will be opened by a grand march aud musical dumb bell drill, accompanied by Charles Zimmerman on the piano This will he followed by Germau horse work, parallel bars class and fancy work aud pyramid ; horizontal bar class aud fancy work, diving, kicking, and spec ialties aud pyramids The pleasure of the evening will be enhanced by musical renditions by the Wilmington Harmonica Club; Messrs Bucher aud Muhlhauseu on the rnando tin aud guitar; piano duet by Mieses Florence Bell and Bertha Brown; violin f-olo, Miss Lulu Elliott; tenor solo, James Harbert; banjo aud guitar, Miss Ella Brown and Harry Price, The even ing exercises will close with a recitation by Physical Director William E Hoff man. man gymnasium class of Pkllfp Treynor Burled. The funeral of Philip Trayuor, who died Monday at bis home No,81* East Sixth street, took place this muining. High mass was said at St Mary's K C. Church aud interment was made in the Cathedral Cemetery. PENNYPÂCKER'S MISHAP. A HORSE FELL ON HIM THIS MORN ING IN FRONT OF HIS HOME. Badly Shocked and Braised. Bat No Serious Results Anticipated— He Was Trying a Horse Recently Purchased for a Younger Brother. Henry F Pennypscker, 21 years old, son of Mrs. William O. Pennypacker, met with a painful accident this morning aud one which may prove more setioas than is at present anticipated. Some days ago, Mrs. Pennypacker bought a young horse for Edgar, her youngest son. The animal showed con siderable spirit ano William O. Penny packer, Jr, the oldest son, decided to mount It first. He did no this morping and expressed some doubt as to the ability of Edgar to control It. Henry, or Harry, ns he is more fami! iarly known, decided to put the horte through Us paces, and, at 9 o'clock, mounted it at the stable la the rear of the bouse. No. 913 West street. HU mother was watching from the window. He was scarcely settled In the saddle when the horse began prancii g and running down Tenth street. When and Delaware Aveune Baptist Church tbe animal lost Us fooling and fell. Tbe thing occurred so quickly that yoang Pennypacker was unable to get clear, and tbe horse fell on bis leg HU head struck a tree and he was rendered un conscious. Willing hands soon released him from his perlions position. Tbe inanimate form whs carried into the bouse and phy slciaus were sent for. Drs. August and Lgmont T. Negen ffiank, A E Frantz and J. P. Pyle, all living in the neighborhood, responded. An examination showed that the young man's injuries were not of a dangerous nature. His body was badly brniaed and he had received a teirible shock. In a short time he became semi conscious, and continued to improve much to tbe relief of his auxions relatives and friends. Tbe injuries will confine him to tbe house for several days. Mr. Pennypacker is regarded as a good horseman aud is particularly fond of riding. He has a fine horse of his own and is often seen riding it on the streets of the West Side. Us is a young mao whose brightness and geniality have made for him a host of friends, who will be relieved to know that the attending physicians anticipate no serious results One version of tbe story is that tbe bridle rein broke, the horse made a dash and struck a tree, throwing Pennyptcker and falling him Friend» of the family siy that thU is iocorraot. The fire blick s with which West street is paved wer# and tbf>y attrlbute the fad to that. After the accident it was fonnd that both the bridle rein and saddle girth weie broken, but this may have faulted from the fall and snbsequent druggies of the h orse to re gain its feet Another Trespasser Fined. , Another man, in tho person of William M. Marks, was arrested last night by Special Officer Hilyard, charged with trespassing on the W & N railanad. Marks is a well dressed, clean shaven man of probably 28 years He was on bis way from Philadelphia to Baltimore and stopped at the West Yard He got the c * b of locomotive No 20 to get warm sud w »» arrested A fine of $5 was im posed by Judge Ball this morning, Fr „ Uaj! Kr „ Daj! Ta , idaTt Aprll Dr. j Warren Manning will give free day for tbe painless extraction teeth at 8. E. Car, 10th and Market Sts. SPORTING NEWS NOTES. Richard Hawke, tbe well known base ball pitcher of this city, who p ayed tbe St. Louis aud Btliimore clubs last J ear, bas not yet signed with tbe latter club because of a difference between him and Manager Hanlon as to salary. An effort is being made to bring about a match between Walter Campbell, Philadelphia, and Jack Bollen, of this cltv, to take olace before tbe Ariel Club, of Norfolk. Va. Louis Cvr, of New York, claims the championship of the world as a strong man, and Is ready to meet Sandow, Cyclops and Milo. In reply to James J. Corbett, Parson Davies says that all Jackson wants is fair show and tbe fight will come off. At lawn tennis, ex-Cbampton Campbell defeated Gregory 8 Bryan, fl-1, 6-3, 6-4 at St Augustine, Fla . yesterday. The "Kentucky Roeebud," with whom Glynn sparred a 4 round draw In this ci'y, recently has challenged Dixon a finish fight. The latter's manager says that the "Rosebud" will be acoom modeled J F. Grubb wants to hear from J. Robinson, the champion long distance runner of Delaware. to 508 a by HORNER'STBAGICDE&TH Shoots Himself Twice While in Bed. HIS HEIQHB0E8 SOOENLD HIM Anil He Could Not Bear t'p -Bull net*» Trouble», He A«Hlgncd Inn Fetter, a> the Cause fur Committing the Deed. A Rote In the Back of Bit Head aud a Pool of Blood Toll tho Story, John Joseph Horner, aged 37 years, a barber at the northeast corner of (Eighth and Piue streets, shot himself In the head this morning aud died from the effects. Horner was born at Newark, N. J. He came to this city about twenty-two years ago and established a barber shop »t the southeast corner of Eighth and Pine streets. Later he moved to the opposite corner. About five months ago he sold the latter shop to John Moore. This sale seemed to prey on his mind, and he regained the shop In the meantime be applied for a liquor license, and on Saturday last his application was refused. Yesterday afternoon Horner told his wife that be would do something desper ate aud read a letter to her which he declared was his last writing. He re quested her to have the latter published after hts death. Mrs Horner protested with him. but he insisted that he mast die sometime and this was just as good ss any other. He said he could not stand the scorn of the people of his own ward, the Eighth, because he had applied for a liquor license. After telling bis wife this, he went to work as usual in bis shop. Mrs. Horner was afraid of him because|of some threats he bad made, am went to the home of her brother-ln law, Joseph Honer, at Eighth and Bennett streets, with her children and remained ail night In company with the deceased's little son Kenneth, Joseph Horner went to his brother's bouse, No. 800 Pine street. He found the shop and the house closed. Horner put Kenneth In a window and told him to go upstairs and see If bis father was asleep The little 4-year-old ran to his father's room, returning said be was asleep. The little boy opened the door leading to the street aud Joseph went In. As soon as be got inside be smelled powder and ran up to his brother's room. He found him lying in a pool of blood in bis bed Joseph ran to the police station immn diately and informed Captain Kane and Detectives MoVey and Wltsll, who went at once to the bouse. The body wan found jnst as Joseph Horner bad left If. A brand new revolver was clntcbrd in,I lie deceased's right hand and the body was warm Evidently be bad not been dead more than an hour A bullet bole In the back of Horner's head told the story. Deputy Coroner Palmer immediately summoned jurors and viewed the body. It Is not known when an inquest will le held. The house was left in charge of Captain K«ne and Officer Do mice, and Detectives] Wltse) and McVey pri er e-ed to find ont w) ere the lis'ni was purchased. They went to the store of William H j Uartiove, at Third aud French street», and as soan as it was shown the latter he Identified it ss one which Hcrusr purchased about 9 o'clock las) night It was of a cheap grade aud 32-jallbre. uuruer said to Hanlove before he made the parch ms that be wanted it for pro tection, as there had been many robberies recently and be was afraid the robbers would visit him. He did not. seem to be worried or display any unusual emotion. Shortly after the time the revolver was purchased, Horner went to the restaur ant of his brother James, at No 221 West Eighth street and talked of bis troubles When he was leaving he said "good-bye." This remark worried James as he had never made such before. James said this morning, that bis brother was not a drinker. It was supposed by mem hers of the family that bo had been drink ing laudanum recently Horuer leaves a wife and two children, Kenneth, aged 4 years and 7 months, and Avery, aged 11 months He had been married thirteen years. He owned five houses on Vamlever avenue, four on Claymoat, two on Spruce street and the house in which be lived. The deceased was nut a church mem her, but owned a lot in Rtverview Ceme tery, where interment will be made Following is the letter which he gavo his wife: s. a of 8 atemeut to the Publie. "I wish to state how I lost my busi ness It don't look reasonable hot It is as true as the gospel. I offered my bust ness to John Moore for $200 and I I# gretted it as soon as I offered it and when be came around on Monday mom lug to take it tried to back oat. 1 could enough courage to tdl him. So that Is tbe res sou that I would not taka any money on account I wanted to back out and when I came borne from court on Saturday morning, I wanted to go to work and save my shop. But I could not raise courage enough to eay so." (It continues and tells more about the shop.) "I could not stand seeing my shop moved. • • * Moore accused me of stealing two razors and a bone that gave away to Mr. Barrett. "Before the bargain was made It does not look teasonsble to anyone that a man won'd not save a shop that rep resented $30,000 when be coaid jnst by saying one word or two people think that ! expected a license is the reason that I offered It. But it is not, so I was so worried over my building and other business that l was not myself, I would not take $1,500 for the abop * » • "I was refused a license on Saturda morning, and I could have gone to wor then aud saved my business and my fortune. But, I don't expect much sympathy from the public, but I hope they will help my little ones and wife, for I am broken hearted and I can't revive I am willing to go now, hard ss it Is to live twenty years in one ward and then be scorned by the people of It. "I made tho mls'ake in offering It to Mr. Moore at all, but as I said before 1 was not myself and that is tbe reason that begot it. If I bad been myself, no one would have got it, as I loved my business aud my sb p I will admit that I neglected It some. But It was on ao count of building and watching that man Ontbrie (a partner for five veart), , and applying ] something that not rouse up of a T. : for a license, I could never tell why I applied. It don't look ro that It is me that tried to sell rum, something that I always opposed and If I was to live twenty years longer would always oppose it as I contend that all saloons are a' nuisance. Hoping yon will give me credit for being a little de cent and honorable I remain, "Yonra repeclfully, "John J. Huunku." CONDEMNATION TO-MORROW. Two Mlle» of Turnpike Will Bi-cume the Proper!v of the City, The commissioners appointed to con demn those portions of the Concord and the Philadelphia and Wilmington turn pikes within the city limits will do It to morrow They will be accom panied by City Solicitor Elli ott* for the city; ex-Attorney Ueneral John Biggs for the Concord Turnpike Company; ex-Clty Solicitor Charles M. Curtis for the Philadelphia aud Wilmington Turnpike Company; officers and stockholders of the company; members of the Street aud Hewer Com mission and other persona interested. rkbont two miles of road will be con demned. Tho PhUadelphia aud Wil mington tnrnpike will be condemned to ho toll-gate near Hhellpot (creek and tho Concord turnpike from St.John's Church to the toll-gate Bear the Baltimore & Ohio railroad ! INJURED ON A BRIDGE. Frederick Wahl In a Critical Condition at the Delaware Hospital. Frederick Wshl was seriously If not fatally Injured about It o clock Tuesday night, by tailing through the P. ,W A B mil road'bridge across the Brandywine He fell against some sharp projectile that penetrated hla abdomen and lacer ated bis stomach. The man managed to reach his home and Dr. Miller was sum moned. Last nlght|ble condition beoamejgo ser ious that Dr Willard Springer was sum tnoned and bad the man removed to the Delaware Hospital. This morning Dr William C Pierce was called and the doctors held a consultation. Wahl's con dition remains unchanged and the phy «leans have little hopes of his recovery. Ho has not been rational aiace he was taken t* the hospital. THOSE SINKING FUND BONDS. They Are In Course of Preparation and Will Be Delivered ou Saturday. Colonel Samnel A. Price, of the city treasury department, is a busy man. He is prepatiug for delivery the $10,000 worth of sinking fund bonds purchased by tJie Equitable Guarantee aud Trust Company cm Monday. There will be 1< 2 of tbe bonds, as denomination, follows : 29 of $1 00t>H $22,000; 50 of $500 denomination. $25,000; SO of $100 denomination, $3,900. Tbe delivery will be madwat uoon on Batnrday, and tbe obeck de posited to the credit of tbe Street and Sewer Commissioners City Auditer Billany le now affixing bis signature t* them. Mayor Short lldge aud-City Treasurer Adamu will also affix theirs. CONTRACTOR WINSLOW'3 ASHES. The City Has Hauled Them Bat Oaoe in Thirty Years. J D. Wlnelew, contractor, who Is making some of the extensive alterations in the Clayton House, in course of con versation with an Evenino Journal re porter this morning said; 'T have been keeping honse here for thirty year», and two weeks ago was the first time that, the city ever hauled any ashes for me." "How did you get rid of them?" "By dumping them lu my shop yard and hiring a cert to haul them away when tbe pile bad become large enough." BORING FOR KAOLIN. Thick Veins Struck In the Land at Crest on. Tue Creston Land and Improvement Company has three men engagatd In boring for kaolin on its land at Creston. About fifty cores have been taken out thus far and every drill sunk has brought up more or less of the valuable clay. The men employed are endeavoring to locate the deepest vein, i'ho deepest yet struck is tix'v one feet thick, and next',to it Is one of forty feet. Tbe aver age la twenty-five feet The finding of deeper veins will raise this average At tbe HockesHn kaolin mines one of tbe veins wss I2Sfeet thick. AMUSEMENTS "Tbe Old Homestead." Denman Thompson's celebrated play, "The Old Homestead," which come» to tbe Opera House to night knd to morrow, stands at tbe bead of tbe loug line of dramatic works as tbe most wonderful entertainment that has ever been offered. The plot U a simple moral story, just tbe same as a father and mother experience with their ebll dren every day, and is a thread bolding together tbe moving panorama of city and country life._ "The Fast Mall." "The Fast Mail" Company, which ap pears at tha Opera House next Saturday evening, carry their own steam boilers, which are used In producing the steam curtain and railroad effecta. Wunderland Museo Theatre. The company playing at tbe Wonder land this week has made a hit. It Is one of the most attractive programs of tbe season. To-morrow will be souvenir day, on which occasion every lady visitor will receive a souvenir free of charge. l etters on Two Eatatee, Register of Wills Coooh has granted the following letters testamentary unon the estate of John F Brady, late of New Castle, to Janies B. Brady; upon tbe estate of Joseph Sapp, late of Christi ana hundred, to Franklin R. Sapp There was a caveat filed in tbe latter case, but It wan subsequently with drawn. F'easter Waived a Hearing. Walter Feaster was arraigned in tbe Municipal Court, th « morning, on a charge of burglary. Victor B Woolley appeared in his behalf and waived a hearing for the upper court The defen dant was held In $500 bail for hla ap pearance _ _ Nothing In Chancery. Chancellor Wolcott stopped off bo tween trains this morning. No soliMtorg presented business in his court and he went on to Philadelphia. UTE HEWS OF THE HIT. Another Conference on the Retiring Nr» Matter—An Ft-Waiden Dead —Arrlral of Kossuth'* Funeral, Lonpok, March 29.—Kimberly and Bayard conferred this morning on the uew hitch in the Behring sea fisheries matter. New jîOBK, March 21). — Secretary Carlisle held a conference^ with the bsnk ers ou Wall street this morning.] Verona, March 29 —The Kossuth funeral party arrived here this morning An aodress was made by the mayor of the town. A response was made by the dead man's sou. Auoz/.ia, Italy, March 29.— The Em peior of Austria arrived here this morn ing. He was met by the Emperor of Germany. The two with their escorts formed a tilnmpbal match to the palace. PorailRKRTsiB, March 29 —Ex-War den Brush, of Hing Slug prison, died heie this morning. THB BLUD BILL VETOED. The President Reviews Both Hides Fairly, The Business Community Opposed t» the Bill—Veto Received et Noon. Wasuinotou, March 20.—The Bland silver hill was vetoed by President Cleve land this morning. The veto reached the House at noon and the ,greater part of the afternoon was spent In reading It. It reviews both sides fairly and in clines to the view that the business community is unalterably opposed to the hill TEUTONIC'S AWFUL TRIP. Five of Her Passengers Injured ou a Westward Trip, Nkw Youk, March 29 —The steamship Teutonic arrived in this city, this morn ing She had considerable difficulty In nuking progress A fearful gaie was against her during the best part of the westward trip. The storm was so heavy that the pis aengera were knocked about. Five cabin passengers wete badly Injured. THE ARMY LATE STARTING. A Hear* Nuow Ht' Leaves It In a Bad Condition. Salem, March 29.— Coxey's army failed to start until 10 o'clock tbia morn ing. A heavy snow storm feel here and the queer crowd of vagrants are in bid shape. Three Deaths Yesterday. Mrs Jane MeGoldrlek, aged 02 yeats, died at Fourth and Orange sfro-ts yea terday. She was born in Ireland. Her fanerai will take place on Saturday Interment will be made in tbe Cathedral Cemetery. Miss Mary T. Fitzpatrick, aged 47 years, died yesterday at No. 209 West Front street 8be will bs buried on Sstnrday, and interment will be made In Philadelphia Peter Cunningham, aged about 00 years, died last night, at No. 922 West Second street, from pleurisy for ten days ago he was attacked by the grip been ailing at times since. Hi hurled at the Cathedral Cemetery on Saturday. Ho bad been suffering Three years and has e will bs Still Another Addlcka Scare. A Dover paper publishes a scare story regarding the senatorial boom of J. Edward Addlcks. It it, in short, that on Sunday, Mr. Addlcks, John Donahoe, his lieutenant, D. Mi III in Wilson, Wllllsm N. Hoggs and J. Frank Allee, local Republican leidet«, met at the Hotel Rtchardsen and formulated a plan whereby Addlcks will succeed Senator Higgins should the Republicans capture the General Assembly thla fall lu ex change for the honor Addlcks is to knock the end ont of his barrel and let the "boys" help them»elve» Injured a Bridge. Frederick Wahl, sged 30 years, of No. 1314 East Fourteenth (Dreet, fall on the P. W ti B. rsilrosd bridge serose the Brandywine creek, last night stomach was badly cut. He was taken to tbe Delaware hospital, and was rest ing easily to day. II « Harper's Stave Store Closed. Charles Harper, stove dealer at No 013 West Front street, was closed last night by Constable Uurlock. a prior levy on a judgment of $1,300, «tcurtd by James D Carter. Marsal Laotian Seises a Sloop, United States Marshal Lannan seized tbe sloop Helen Lowe In Cedar Creek, six miles from Dover, this morning, for debt. Tbe claim was made by J. Thomas Lowe. Tbe vessel is owned by Isaae Dorrell. The sheriff has Oar Wants it* Thunk the KaUer. ViKNN.v, March 29.—It is learned from the Russian embassy that the czar desire* to meet Emperor William on Germau ter ritory and thank him for I he successful is sue of the negotiations tor the Russo-Ger man commercial treaty. Gambling Del: Is Illegal. Boston, March 29. —The supreme court of Massachusetts has decided that a note given in payment qf a bet on horse racing is illegal aud cauuot be collected by procéda of law._ Nice Weather, Thla. Enid, O. T., March 29.— A terrible sand storm has raged iu t bis section for three days, and business at time* bn« been al most suspended. A hard snow followed. Mr«. Lockwood's Request Denied. Richmond, March 29.—Judge Wellford adhered to his decision denying tbe peti tion of Mrs. Uelva A. Lockwood for license to practice in his court. Seventh Gaylord Victim*« Dmly Found. WILE ESI) Alt RE, Pa., March 29.—The body of the seventh victim w the Gaylord mine was taken out. It proved to bo that of Thomas Leyshou. Town Totally Destroyed 6y Fire. North Platte, Neb.. March 29.—The town of Sutherland, Itl miles west of here, was totally destroyed by lire. THE POLL LIST SWELLING. Another Hatch of Republicans A«l«lecl to the List Yesterday. The excessively large list of poll tax ables continues to be increased with every sitting of the Levy Court. The Rennb leans are endeavoring to get all kinds and conditions of men on the as sessment, aud nothing but the firmness of Commissioners Scott, Mealey and White prevents them from accomplish lug their desire. The additions made yesterday were; First ward—Thomas Wilson. Second— KHJah Townsend. Third—Clifford Mecauuea, Charles Utlyard. Robert Scheu. Fourth—Joseph T. Montgomery, Seventh—Milton Meudinball, Edwin Vau UeUer, P. Sylvester Jeorg, Geruaid Gerstlo. Eighth—Wilmer K Hahn, David Lig uer, William Kay, Benjamin R Wiley, Jci.miab L. Pierce. Ninth—Edwlu Van Trump Eleventh—Charlee C. Hathaway. Brandy wine hundred—Harry R. Hayes. New Castle—John Johnson. Christiana—Edward Berry. John W. Green, colored, of the Fifth ward, was turned down because his voucher, A. U. McPherson Johnson, bad only known him for fonr mouths. A number of other men were refused, be cause they and their vouchers could not answer pertinent questions to the satis faction of the court. Tula morning t he court approved con stables' bonds, made a number of prop erty transfers, and set apart April 17 as the day for hearing the petitions of per sons wishing to be transferred from one school district to another and the objec tions thereto. A VANDAL'S HATEFUL SPITE HE SMASHES MR. JEWELL'S PIC TURE AT EPWORTH. The Memorial Window Dedicated to Rev. Isaac Jewell Wrecked Bv Some Vang« fui Miscreant Who the! Police Are Now I.uoklog For. The large statued-glass memorial win daws which adorn tha new Epworlh Church, at Tenth and l ombard streets, have been tbe pride of the members, and have been much admired by passers by. Among the handsomest of them was a life size portrait of tbe bead and bust of Rev. Isaac Jewell,tha pastor, which wss quite an excellent llkniiese. Last Friday, while Mr. Jewell wae at conference a*d no one was In tbe church, some vandal deliberately broke the pane, which contained the pastor's picture, punching it completely out and leaving an unsightly open space, borcleiod l y the flowing beard, which is Mr. Jewell's only facial adornment Tbe matter wss kept very quiet and an effort was made to discover,tbe per petrators of the outrage, hut with no success, and Sunday the police depart ment was notified Several parsons living in the neighbor hood, who bear Mr Jewell no good will, have been suspected of taking this dc spieable way of expressing their dislike The greatest indignation prevails among tbe members of the ehnrcl, tod the trustees have been assured or the hearty co operation of every one In ferreting out the miscreant who to ik this nnmauly way to "punch the parson's fsce." Dissident George W. Booker, of the Board of Trustees, on being Informed of tbe broken glass, Immediately oidered another likeness of Mr. Jewell,and it will he in by Hunday. HUSTLING FOR NAMES. Nineteen Cltv Directory Canvassers Re gan Work This Week. Cost*'» city directory for 1894 Is In course of preparation, and will he de livered to t be subscribers on May 8 ti- a few days thereafter The number of subscribers Is 800, rqusl to tbe number In any former year. Nineteen canvassers are at work in tbs chy. They began on Monday and will require two weeks to complete their task on the regular canvass for names Tbe natural Increase of population and the cession of East Like will mika tbe book larger than that of last year when It contained about 22,000 uamea Mr. Costa estimates that tbls year there will be from 2S.C00 to 20,000 names. LOCKERMAN AND ROTHWELL. The Blackbird Hundred Leadsis In Town To-day Building I'p Their Fences John Lockerman, a Democratic war horse of Blackbird hundred, was In this city to-dsy In company with Curouer George C Roth well. Both men want something aud seem to be determined to have it. Mr. Lockerman Is an applicant for the office of inspector of weights and measures, which will be in the gift of the governor on October 1. There are two other applicants They are George S. Harris, of tbls e ty, and Alfred Stevens, tbe present Incitai bent, of St. Georgee hundred. Coroner Rotbwell Is making a bustling canvass to succeed himself as coroner. Wilmington Wlilskai Did Not Agree With Hitchens. William Q. Hitchens, of Georgetown, was arraigned In the Municipal Court this mornlug. Tim right side of bis face waa decorated with a large bruise, evidently the result of a druukeu carouse. A charge of drunkenness waa against his name but Officer Lane, who arrested him, failed to appear. Hitchens was arraigned yesterday morning .before U. S. Cotnml-sioner Smith on a charge of mailing an obsesue letter to his wife, aud held on bail for trial. After More Speed. Pierre Lorlliard, the owner of the bouse boat Caiman, le having his boat altered at the works of the Pusey and Jonea Company with * view of getting The boat has been under more speed going these improvements for sometime. When she is completed tbe Caiman will have a sharper bow. l'on I y Fined for Disorderly Conduct. William Conly was airaigned in the Municipal Court, this morning, on a charge of disorderly conduct Be pleaded not guilty, but changed It to guilty when he saw Ms wife approach the witness stand. Y'esterday Only cursed and otberwlee abused his b.tier half. He was fined $10 and held iu $2"0 ball to keep the peace. THEY WÄNT RELEASES. If They Do Not Get Thera Will File a Bill in Chancery, ADAIE3 ADDRESS THE LEVY COURT Another Installmeunt of John J. Dough erty Trouble— Levy Court -lodgment on tho Properties Transferred to Mary S. Adair By Dougherty. Holds a U nless', the Levy Court releases the judgment on the three booses Seventh aud Jefferson street*, lately transferred to the guardian of the Adair heirs by John J. Dougherty, William 8. Hilles, counsel for the guardian, will file a bill In equity and try. by process of chancery, to compel it to do ' was brought to the attention of the Levy Court this morning, and in no uncertain terms, as the following eommnnlcatioli, which was read In open court, will show: "Levy Court of New Castle County_ Gentlemen : Yon holds judgment. No. 292, to the November term, 1890, against John J Dougherty. John J. Dougherty was appointed, by the Orphan's Oonrt of this county, guardian of three minor children named Adair, aud, as such guardian, received funds from the State of Virginia, a considerable portion • of which he Invested in three Nos. 7t0, 708 and 704 street, in this city, which were altogether purchased with the money belonging to these minors, (although the conveyance waa taken In the name of John J Dongherty personally. Owing to the mismanagement of the estate, of the Adairs, Dougherty ;ha« been moved by the court guardianship, aud In make whatever reparation was In bis power, he has conveyed to Mary H. Adair the three above-mentioned properties. On behalf of the new guardian I deklre to obtain from these properties whatever money Is possible In order that the miner« may not lose everything. "We can, without any question, show that the money with which these proper ties were purchased belonged to the evtate of these minors and will therefore bs compelled, If we cannot obtain re leases from the various judgments against Doughsrty, to file a bill In the Court of Chancery to have these proper lbs declared free from the Hen of yonr judgment. As this courte will occasion considerable expense to yon, as well as to the minors, I am anxious, If possible, to obtain a re lease from yon releasing these properties from the lien of yonr judgment. I will bn much Indebted to you If yon will let me know within the next week whether you will be willing to *xe:nte snobs release; otherwise 1 shall be forced to filn a bill to which bill you will be A necessary party defendant I have writ ten letters similar to this to all the other Judgment creditor*. "Yours very truly, "William 8. Hillbs." The communication was referred to John H Rodney, ettoruey for the Levy Court, ai d he will makes leport In a few days at This so houses, Jefferson re from his order to CRICKET PLAYING IN A CAGE. The Delaware Field Club Flayers Will Practice Daring the Cold Period, Tbe Delaware Field Club hts erected a cage, 100 feet by 25 feet, on the south side of the Christiana creek. It la tha first of the kind ever built In this city end will bs used by the members of the cricket team for practice Tbe building is whitewashed Inside, to make It light, and around the aldee are stretched nets. Tbe whole thing tg tightly enclosed and nice and warm. The members hit upon a novel way to make the ball bounce evenly when it was bowled. On the boards the ball would taka a side course when It struck. To got rid of this trouble a heavy piece of cocoa matting was laid on the floor in front of tbe wickets. Vt ben the ball strikes the mailing It takes a straight even course, just the same as If It wae bowled on t he turf. Among tbe new (players who are ear ported to become members this year are Elliott Harvey, Fontaine LoMalatre. C. L. Mcllvalne, Sarouel E. Ru nford, Harry Morse and Louis Rumford. New tenuis courts hare been laid out at. the Eltmere grounds. ANOTHER PEACH YELLOWS CURE Blackbird Hundred Discoverers Want te Make It a State Secret. John Barber and Albert G. Deakyne, two Blackbird hundred men, think they have ditcovertd a sure cure for tbe peach yellows They have experimented with tha composition, end say that wherever it wax applied tbe trees were cured. They want to sell thetr secret to tbe state, and will probably urge tbe Gen eral Assembly to bay it and apply It Ito the orchards of tbe state A timlliar remedy was bought by the State of Michigan several months ago and success fully applied. Prominent Colored People Wed. Emory Wright and Miss August* Digg«, both colored, were married at St. Joseph's Colored Citholie Church this morning at 9 o'clock by Rev John A. De Ruyter. High mass brat ni at tbe occasion and the chnreh a as filled with friends of both tbe bride and groom Wright's orchestra fnrniabed the music. Tbe groom is sexton of tbe chnrcb la which he wxs married. was oele SIGHTS AND SCENES ... OF THE WORLD. Part 13. March 29. Numbers Changed Every"Day. Cut this coupon oat and keep It until three of different numbers are accumulated, then forward them to gether with TEN CENTS To the Coupon Department of the Bvknihs Journal and you will re ceive the elegant portfolio of photo graphs as advertised. See our adver tisement on another page. OUT THIS OUT.