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LOCAL SOCIETY NEWS.
Poubl© Wedding at George town Yesterday. TWO MINISTERS OIFIOIATED Novel Opérât lr Entertainment Arranged Hy the Columbian Olee Club to lie Ulten In the Auditorium—Tba Polk Millar Entertainment at the.New-Cen tury Cluti. All comnmnlcations Intended for Insertion •n this comma should be addressed to Society Editor, care of the Kvsmino Joobmal Com munications sh ould be written on one side of tb-< cacer oniv Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor gave a re ception at their residence. No. 11W Delaware avenue, on Wednesday even lag iq celebration of the eleventh anni versary of their marriage Hinging and dancing we a indulged it until an e.)y hour, when the guests departed at 13 3 j o'clock ltd the march to room, where sapper Among the guests present were- Mr. and Mrs James Taylor, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Morris, ail of Philadelphia ; J Malbope, Miss Mary Holland, Miss Mag gie Dwyer, Mr aud Mrs N*ylor,of Platts burg, N. V ; Mr. and Mrs Michel), of Christiana; Mr ad Mrs Butler, Mr. and Mrs Sterne, Mr and nrs. John Taylor, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Taylor, Mrs. Glynn, Mr. and Mrs. H. Murrell, Mr and Mrs Schonwald, Mr aud Mre. Wellman. Mr. ai d Mrs John Mc Closkey, Mr. end Mis C H Manor, Mr and Mrs. FUuerty, Mr aim Mrs Selby, M si McQroie. J M .honey, J. Glynn, Miss Sadie Glynn, Miss Lizzie McDermott, Mr. and Mrs. Miles, Miss O'Brien, D. Mahoney. Hon. John H. Huffecker, of „Smyrna, was in town to-day. The Young People's Society of Chris tiau Endeavor of -Rodney Street Church will hold a musical and literary enter tainment in the West End Reeding Room to night A novel complimentary concert, for which caids of aumistdun can be secured only from the members, will be given In the Auditorlam|uez> Tt,ur.-dav[evening by the C-i'umblau Glee Club It will oe o . the order of an opera and is entitled "The K ng's Reoep'ion " Its renditiou t will be iu full custume and the cast will be as follows: Alexander I, King of Serv a.proud and martial, with a warm love of borne ami country, of dance and soug, but quick tempered and pron- lo violence. ... Elmer E. Benson Valet to Kiog, whose life is made mis erable by the continued abase be . Alternas C. Bartlett Manager of Olee Club, a ti pleat i mer lan who is proud of his country Marry L. Johnson Humorist, slways readv with a good s orv.Richard Casner Uillmor» American Singers, traveling abroat Columbisn Glee Clnb First Tenors— H. H. Car. er. Eugene Start, V, A. Cline, Second tenors—J Frank Ayres, Fr nk HerlngÆ. H. Start. First Basses - T. Ooverdale, A. C. Ling i. Harry L. JoUu»on. S«rn ,.i Basses—J. A. Butler. Lewis Mcdholt, L. U. Fritz. Wiutield H. Smitli, N. P. Watnough. Accompanist ami instructor. Will M. S. Brown. Sunshine Circle. King's Daughters, of St Paul's M E. Church, will have a csk eale to night at ihe home of Mrs. E. E. Hanna, No *29 Jefferson street. The entertainment furnished by Polk Miller and bis companions at the New Centnry CL b last night, was thoroughly enjoyed The entertainment was for the benefit of a home for Incurable women The Webb Quartet, of Richmond, com posed of Miss Ida Robinson. Mrs Mar garet Knowles, E U Clowes and Oscar Lobmau, sang a selection Mr Miller gave a number of negro dialect sketches that kept the audieuoe in an excellent 'humor. He also saug several negro songs, accompanied on the banjo Samuel R Cromd r gave a fine Imiistion of a negro bxiid, ou. the banjo W Withers Miller snug a bass solo, and Cap'ala Frank Cunningham a'em r solo Eugene Davis sud Charles H Jordan each gave a negro eket b . Mrs Andrew Q Wilson gave a recep tion to Mr. Miller and bis party after the entertainment The young men of Georgetown will give an Easter hop In the town hall on Friday night. The patronesses of the occasion will be Mrs Charles C. Stock ley, Mrs C. M. Cullen, Mrs. O. D. Rob inson, Mrs J. H. Paynter, Mrs. J. M Richardson. OgUsby's orchestra, of Chester, will furnish the music Thomas ft Latimer, of the Pnsey and Jones Company, has gone West on a business trip extending as far as San Francisco. Rev J B Quigg, who has been re turned to Wesley Church, has not missed a conference roll call in fifty years. Fred Messlck and Oscar Tyaon, of this city, were guesta of friends at Dela ware City, yesterday. George Vandegrift, of Ceoilton, Md , is visiting friends in this city. Mr. aud Mrs. Taylor the diuiug was served celvee. Stuff Correspondence Evening Journal. Ge iboktown, M«rch 29. — K pretty double wedding which took place yegter day afternoon was an unusual event in this town. Th» two pretty bride» were Miss Lillie May and Mis- Fannie E.Sbort at.d sis'era fhe respective grooms were Tr* \V Dtvis, of this town, and Har v Boyer, ayoung merchant of Wilmington Lulu Green acted as the little liower girl The double ceremony took place at the home of the bridee. at 2 39 o'clock Rev P. 8. Rush, of tbe Preebyterian Church, performed tbe ceremony unit lug in marriage Mr Dtvis and Mias Lillie Short. Rev C A Grice, of the Methodist Krise >pal Church, performed the same office for Miss Fannie Short and Harry Boyer The brides «seit wore traveling gowns of golden brown cloth, and carried bouquets Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mr» Davis went to their home in ♦ hla town «tut Mr For IO Cts M c will send you a trial sire cake of the be« toilet •«ap Runufcctured. Woodbury 's Fat mi Soap u P^psrrcl bz a specialist on skin affections, and it fccoounended by physicians everywhere. It will ^ make a clean smooth face from a blotchy sl.m. We will al»o tend you free i5©.pape book treating oi &ki& and scalp diseases. John H. Woodbury Dermatological Institute, Established 1870. » iij W. 4Jd5t. N. Y, i r H Lo One dozen bottles of Johann Hoff's Malt extract give as much -treng'.h and nourishment as a cask of ale without being intoxi cating. . < / e , m V, ne is "'ways sold as Johann Hoirs Malt Extract, and must have the siir nature of "Johann Hon " on the neck label. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Agents. 142 and 154 Franklin St., New York. and Mr, B iyer le<t hers on tbe 4 37 train for their nnsr home In Wilmington Among those who were piss-nt aud offered coogra'tils'ions to the brides ami grooms were: Mr and Mrs John Walls, Mr and Mrs. Alfied Pepper, Mr. and Mrs Georg- Peltij ihn, James N. Pepper, Miss Mary Kollnck, Hoyt P. Jones, Mis Winnie Jones. Mls-es Laura and Fannie Wills Rev and Mrs Rush and Rev. aud Mrs C. A Grice. LETTERS P ROM TH E PEOPLE. Thu tuooms nog Land Taxes. Editor of Evening Journal. Sin: As your valuable paper has latulv reculved letturs from neveral cor respondents in regard to tbe eff-C of thu taxation of laud values in New E-alaud, the enclosure from the report of our con sal will prove luteresting Hon John D Donnelley, Unltrd States cousnl at Auckland, New Z-aland, says; • In a very short time the Incidence of taxation has been almost en'irely changed - always a most bazardons undertaking, because ot i'S tendency to disturb exist mg values and di-arrange business en terprises Here reforms have been in troduced which revolutionized tbe old -ystem without affecting, at least to any appreciable extent, existing Interests It is true there were many who, through the publ'c piess, iu balls of legislation ai d on thu highways and byways of tin country proclaim their belief that the changes in the incidence of taxation would surely involve the country In financial ruin; but subséquent events conclusively demonstrated bow ill founded weie their eporebeiislous. "The most determined opposition to the new taxation Came from the moneyed institutions, loan c impunies and tbe owne s of vast lauded estates It wa found. however, as soou as the new sys tem bucams law and was thoroughly established and fully nuderstood, that. Instead of Involving the colony in ruin It bad exactly the contrary eff et Tb> credit of the colony in London (which Is. of coarse, the centre of fi lancial opera lions so far as the colouies are con cerned) Increased to an unprecedented degree New Z-eland's credit Is bet'ei to day on tbe London mouey market than is that of any other colony of Australasia " New Castle, D-I Harold Sodi-ll. March 28, 1894. Whv Ob.|-ct to g.i..«i today Obier, ance? Editor Evening Journal. But: Sometime back tbe Morning News used the following woids, to wbicn I then replied: "It is our Impression that something will h >ve to be done for Officer Shultz'» widow and children We are clear that something ought to oe done, and w. know very weil that something would have beeu done before tbii time if it bad not beeu for Officer Shultz's death bed entrance i ,to the Roman Catholic Church " Now it and the Board of Education are at the same business Certain members, «bo happen to be Calh lid, gave per mission to ihe pupils to have avam'lon on Go id Friday ; now lu God'- nette wba i tbe use of this foolish la k by the opposing members, as they ere »opposed Christians Why. it would b to be bad enough for some infidel to oppose people paying respect to the dsy Christ died A Basrd of Education, whv they bad better be called a Board of Ig uoramua Tbe United States and the State of Delaware have mace tbe day a legal hoiidxy aud they to oppose the laws of tbe laud and state? This bigoted Christian purringjia sickening lo me In ibis laud ■it tUe free, tbe Cinstitution allows every man to worship G ,d in auy manner be pleases. Now if this place Heaven ist be right place to go to, what ie tbe oiff-r eu os what road you take If t.wo met; » e on French street, between Fifth aun Stxt b streets, and are both going to th City Hall, what is tbe difference if one goes up Fifth street, tbe other up Sixth street. So it is with the CUnsliau As I said before, I am no Catholic and s very poor Protestant and I think that I voice the sentiments of a good portion of tbe citizens of this city when 1 sty that this religious wrangling should be Citizen. are slopped. Wilmington, March 29, 1894. VISITING LEGISLATORS. New Jenny Day» New York au Official Visit at Albany. Albany, March 29. —Forty members ol the New Jersey legislature, with uliont 3H guests, are in tiie city today, the guests ot the state. They were met last night hy not only a committee, but by at least two thirds of tbe New York legislature, tbe as sembly having adjourned early in order to allow the members to bo present. The guests were escorted to the Delevan House, where rooms had been secured, and about au hour aftertheirarrival uuelalioratecol bit ion was served. Speaker Malby, Mr. Sulzer, Senator O'Connor and others made addresses ol welcome. It was quite an unusual sight to see over 2IU legislators assembled around a banquet board. The speeches after din ner were win y and entertaining. Today the visitors will visit tiie capitol and wafeb the legislative proceedings. They will also be present al n joint session for tbe elec tion of a regent. Bribed Voter* With House Lota. DeKVKIS. Mnrch 29.—Fratsk I), and I/O gun Russell, owners ot suveral hundred thousand dollars' worth of property in north Denver, were arrested oa the charge of liât lug bribed voters to vote for annexa tion to Denver by giving them lots. Want Armor Plate Frauds Investigated. PlTTiBlT.O. March 29.—It is understood that the men who informed against the Carnegie Uteel company are dimatiafieii Secretary Herbert 's report on the arnior ' plate fraud« and may urge a congressional Inquiry. OXEY HURRIES BACK. Commonweal's Commander Re turns From Chicago. iRMY RECEIVED WITH OPEN ARMS. 1 XI Salem, <1., Um* Mayor Mut tin- Com moll m-iil With Boiled K,|;i unit SHnilwtrhfX. Over t'lvv Hundred striking Totter. Will dutn the Kmik» Sunday. SALEM, O.. March 29—Salem has treated the Coxey commonweal most generously by supplying food, shelter and recruit«. The quality of fln-se contributions of men and tilings w as ol the highest, indeed the lenders are .--u pleased with the new men as to lie nir.ro hopeful in tln-ir talk than ever. Tin« army tiled into the town it' strong. Crow da were awaiting them. Three thousand people* gave them u silent welcome. The mayor, J. W. Northrop, provided two halls—KaulTmiin's armory and the Federation of Labor hall—as sleeping quar ter».—Quantities of food, such as coffee, bread, meal, sandwiches and IU dozen boil ed eggs, bad tieeu prepared by a commit tee of citizens, and these were turned over to Marshal Brow ne. Camp Anna Digg» w as a vacant lot near t he depot and w as donated by a prominent townsman for that purpose. In a miserable sleetstorm the army ramped aud was fed. Mr. Bonsall, who has managed tlieclti zens' arrangement here, had Carl Browne to supper. The latter then held a erowded meeting in tin* opera house. Sixteen of tile liest of reeruils enllsu *' and Joined im mediately alter eamp was reamed. They are all genuine workmen, eight of them having federation or lodge tiekets. Two are cooks and were hailed a- acquisitions. One w alked from Ashtabula in lour days. Another came from Connecticut mid two from Alliance. An Ambulance rorps Necili-il. Three men are sick under I)r. Kirkland's care. The food and exposure to the tsild are responsible. Browne was Informell here that 20n striking potters at Hast Liv erpool would Join the army. A late start was ordered, lor the march from Alliance was trying. The weary commonweal straggled into Beloit at noun, live miles out of Alliance and 72 from I'ittsburg. Tin- march broken at Niles Junction, where Marshal Browne called a halt for half an hour. Horn blowing and chatting from the vil lagers greeted the commonweal. Some of the boys bad several bushels of snowballs prepared for the army, but the appearance of the men was so forlorn that they were allowed to puss through unmolested. Sev eral have deserted, aud there is much grumbling. Owing to rough roads, the marchers were not able to make schedule time today. _ An Army of Recruits. East Liverpool, O., March 29. — The Coxuy contingent showed its hand at a public muutiug iu Wit tun burger's hall. James F. Gruun, defeated candidate for the Democratic nomination for city mar shal, was elected marshal ot the East Liverpool regiment. During the past few days the local movement has been attract ing increased attention, but nobody onthc outside was prepared lor any such show ing as was made both iu the quality anil the quantity of thu attendance at tbe meeting. The leaders have a bona fide roll of 52ö "soldiers" to date, and thu force is being steadily enlarged. Allowing for defec tions. Ihe prospective increase will enable the leaders to marshal a strung force from here. The class of men who are identified with this thing is a notable feature. Al most all of them are striking putters, a great many of them being highly skilled men of I lie very best class. It is t he great number of idle men now here that bus made the movement assume such propor tions. It is proposed to join Ihe army at Beaver Falls on Sunday nexL Coxey Rejoins His Army. Chicago, March 29.—Coxey appeared at a horse sale at the stockyards und w greeted by loud cheers ami calls for u speech. Coxey 's horses brought »450, while he had expected not less than 81,000, aud with this for a cue he roundly scored ex isting conditions, charging the hard times to "a lac» of money.' This evil, he said, he proposed to remedy by com)ielling a government issue of 8ôdd,0o0,(00. Coxey'» Chicago lieutenant. Albert Ma son, claims that he will leave for tiie east on Saturday with 5,000 men. At present the 6,000 is represented hy a foregoing shadow consisting of 21 men. Mr. Coxey took dinner nt the Auditorium and left the city late at night. He will reach Salem, O., in time this morning to take up tiie march. Slmvcrs Must Graduate. Pittsburg, March SO.—The barber»' na tional convention adopted a new constitu tion und bylaw», which provide that an apprentice will be compelled to serve three years and undergo an examination, when, If successful, he will be given a diploma. Prince Shaken Up. BERLIN, March 29.—The railway saloon carnage of Prince Albrecht, prince regent of Brunswick, was run Into by a luggage train at Vienenburg, Brunswick. Prince Albrecht, beyond a somewhat seven- -bak ing np. was not injured. Railroad lands to Ite Sold. Somerset, Pa., March 89.—The eoiumis gloners of this county have instructed the comity treasurer to advertise tbe right of way of tbe South Pennsylvania railroad tor sale. _ DOTS AND DASHES. Missouri Populist« nominated a state ticket. Deaths from yellow fever in Hio average 70 a day. Two children were fatally burned in hayloft in Montgomery, Ala. T. V. Dickinson, a leading jeweler of Buffalo, was closed out by the sheriff. Ten men were killed in Central Mine, Keweeuaw county, Mich., by a premature blast. There have been 10 burglaries of country postoffices of New Hampshire in two weeks. The striking silk weavers of Paterson. N. .1., have agreed to the manufacturers' icbedulè. Heavy snow is falling in the west, and xnoilier collier wave i» billowing the one just gone. H-irttord Republican« ruminat >d lo-vuu -ft Brainerd, a brovtur-ln luw o( ex tiov ruor Bnlkeley, for mayor. Newkirk, «lia» Thayer, the absconding Turk of the Hay City (Mich.) Savings bank, was arrested lu Culiloruia near the Mexi au line. at When Y. Send your carpet» to Electric Carpet Cleaning Works, 409 Orange street Telephon« 721 Conway & Reinhart, Mgrs PüfftttTTTe cpbolsteped and carpets »1* ed on short notioe by Valentine S Sanhy, No. 118 King street, Téléphoné SIS. Movf Oper» OIuiim at the Wunderland. One evening this week, * young man who had not been tn the Wonderland theatre, paid a vielt to that pleasure resort, and took with him a pair of opera glosses An; one who baa vlaited that theatre knows that It. la not far enough »way In the diatauce for the nee of these iumiuiiiHutg. As soon as the curtain weutup, this -mateur placed the glasses bis eyes. He was Immediately spied one of the actors, who said to hie comrade "He has a gun " *<»h' No is a pair of opera glasses," was .the »ply-_ If you want bargains attend the Auc tion Sale of Furnltnre, Carpets, Mat tings and Oil Cloth, o morrow afternoon and evening at S05 Sh'pley street We take up, clean and relay carpets and reupholsitr furniture, prices lowest satisfaction gnaisuteed, 11 1 Ring street. Dr. J Paul Luken» has removed from No S1H Washington street to No. DU Washington street WM. B. SHARP & CO. Fourth and Market Sts. Satin striped Muhl inhlacV, navy brown, light blue, pinV, cream, nile and white with beautiful primed liower de si)»ns and figures—I2j^c pu yard. J aponettes — the wash fabrics of the season, in an elegant variety of coloring' in stripes, plaids and figures 25 cents. Twelve hundred extra fin< and heavy bleached Hucka back Towels, 18x42 and legu lar 25 ant goods, we shall sell two for 25 cents Twelve hundred bleacher newes Damask Napkins, good stz and fine quality—regular $. goods—we shall sell for $1.28 per dozen. These Linen offerings wt think lo be most remarkahlt these times of de even in moralized prices. Fifteen hundred yards mor< of Ulica Nonpareil Muslin— I2j4-cent grade for 8 cent' per pard. The Special Sale of Hosiery Saturday evenings which wt have inaugurated is meeting with remarkable success, shall continue these sales, which will enable the people of Wilmington to purchast hosiery cheaper ihan they cat be made. Wt Commencing next Satur day at 6 p. m., we will sell lb« following; Children's Fast Block Stock ings, ribbed and extra heav) — 17c from 25c—3 pairs for 5CC. "Onyx" is synonymous with coh r and quality. We hav»' sold this celebrated make fur yuars—every lady knows the "Onyx" Slocking at 25 cents —we shall sell them Saturdav evening at iqc or 3 pairs foi 50c, and one lot of the extra fine 50c "Onyx" 3 pairs for *1 or 38c per pair. f Our line of Ingrain Carpets is very fine, many of the pat terns being designed from Brussels They tun in price from 25 cents to 75 cents per yard. One hundred patterns to select from. One lot shades, 25 cents each, 5 different colors. WM. B. SHARP & CO. Fourth and Market streets. ELY'S CATAPRfl CRtAN! BALM . I^LOiNMt^' mtLmf'rß i Q f É Is quickly t»h-orfi«*d Cl« HUH«ih Ih* Mh«H) IsaaHPM, (IU>* Hfllii *nd IlillrtlUUiRttoil. Heals the Pores. / Prct««t* flit- m** m UfH iTÏttiï«itWBrf»f*S Ad O ,11t louai Cold. He-tore* tbe Sena*« «f Toile A particle 1* aupUed mtr» each nœWl and *a a fTM Mft*. nicciî 1 Cëitên at DrLiggtsts KLY VroTHEHS, te Warren 8t.. New York LTCKNftK APPLICATIONS* VOTICK. I. HUGH LYNCH. TH* OWN **r ami occupant of tli«h<»us©nit iiated at northeast corner Klfventh and WalnntatreeU, la the Mxth ward» lo ihecay of Wilmington, county of New Ce »tie and £tati* of Delaware, iu complianci urlch t L« roQOlrwznenii» of arte ot th© General Am« mbly lr such ras« made and pmvtdwt.do h* reby *lv** notice that I «hall apply in writing to the Court of General ««a *!•»»»» uf the I'Here and »lall Delivery of the S«atH of Delaware, in and for New CaMle county, on Monday, ÜM Tth dai «•! nay, iwi, being the next » erm of Mid court, for a licenpe ior said h us* h* an inn or tavern, for the aale therein of intoxicativig liquor* In Ie«a q antittai than on anavt, lo bo drank oa tat premise*, and the following repuectable rtll xeuaof -aid ward, at lean twelve of whom are nubetantlal freeholder« of laid wan*, recommend the said application. ▼!«; William Madoy John H Frith Michael Malloy D. K Atkinaon Henry Schneider tleo* A I'outhertf v\ llhelm Schneider Geo M. Zimmerman .loaeph how R T- O'Connell .Tame* T. Leeçh Thomas Lynch • oho It. Just ion N mil W. c*. Lava '*«<». W. Feeney NVllso AdhDiH Ge* hart G<oth *mb J ohn Doughcrt) John D Ada Monroe Weidin I 11.»* ihn rge Young DmiiIoI FjI'4 Fdwnrd M. Kdwsrls Go*. Hire«*I Gh \ 1 GafdOQ Albert H Good no ÜM A. IMinor HUGH LYNGM. I M* W l 4 Olli'K I. MICHaEL MALLOY, THE ow nor ami occupant of th»* liouaeHtu* M»d At No. DfO French «treet In the Hixth *'«rd. In ihftrit? of Wilmington, county of Nfvt rqiiic null lit Uwtre. in com* ulianco with the requirement* of trie he G-neriil A*arinbi\ IU mich cam» uimIo ati<> •rovidetl, d.t hereby dive notier t st I *hs1l >|iplv I« « rlMi.g to the C »art of General ••on* of the Pence and Jail Delivery of the -t**te of Deinw te, in ami for New Cast)« my.on Monday, the 7lh day of May IHW, hein« the n**xt term of said roi.rt, fora ** for a nnid hou-e, »»a au ion or tn* ert , or »he nie t* ereln of Intoxlcnting tqnors In leas qua Men than one quart, to he trunk on the remlaea. mid the follow! •* e*peet*t»|r clti/ena of fluid watd at leiuo WMtrnof whom nrs «atotantUtl frseholdsn »( r h I • 1 ward, recommend the said aiqdlrv tlon, viz: H Chadwick *e . W. I ntter*ou M Is of Wm. Springer Win H. Morrow 'ken John D. »Inin* Atutuat Hampel Will lam M illoy Parry v© Connell Wilhelm Hchitefder He"ry Schneider! H ghlooch Ge.ihart Gr th Oqm a M«* unuell John Schlegel M. T. Dann«rd>erg H. W. Manner Mfri l a EL MALTsOY. OlTih., i, HEN K V sell EIDER, TQK I er am! oc« upant «»f tiie bouse «Itu ne» l *t School Diatilcl No 27. Christiana Hundred, county of Now Caatle and State •f Delaware, in compliance a 1th the rc qu*renient* of the acte of the Genera) A«* cmbl> hi Much case made and prm tde»I, do lurch) «Ivo noth'» that 1 «hull apply 1.» wri - ng to theiourt of General Sen-Ion* of • lit Peace and Jail Delivery of the Slate of DcU s n't*, lit m tl Î - «r »'M-flc » * Ih) , the Till il* y of Mhj, Itelng the next t* » m •f m .id court. fo a lire« m- f»»r aal«l huila .mm a» m» or tavern, for the rate therein of Intox «at Lug liquor* in 1» *a (plat, title* tlian one (liar» to he drunk un th*- premleea, hi dthe nllowlng reapectable cl Isens of aaid district t leaat six *'f whom an* 'cH MlantUI f*« c oldeis of *aid dlatiict recjuimend the *a)«l pplicatioD. viz; -Viiliam MvO Ion n ft ianoil li"s. Nlckeroon ■ mm* t Morrow illchssl Bair ■ami-» /.eblsy 'olin B. buntil Ismus A. Kuily . Kl-ks l.'hn ntil-vell Frank .1. McCallin '-uw, Glssoo N n y on M«>ti hi* lii'hiiMl M. X Murphy John Lins msrk B. B. HoUingsworth Bueban Garrett I ho > »Him lohn C- Burke »Ihcrt Cloud ^tHinm smith Elmer E. Mace Ttiorna* Kent Heiir> Allium Wooila Vv 11 Ihih Barn«* John Foo e eni HENRY SCHNEIDER. VTOTICE.-I. PATRICK DOUOHk RTY, * s the owner ana oc up*nt of the bous 1 uatud st smitbuast corner hr onrth and Tatoall Hrtets. in the Fits! vont in ihe city of W Uni gton, county ot -uw Castle anil Piste of Delaware, III eoin .him-«- w 1th ibe reqalreme Isof tbu acts of he General As-embiy in such cats- made anil I .aided, do l.erubv give notice that I shall p iv in wrlti g to the Uottrl of General Hes tons of thu Peace and -tali Dollv ry of the -Inte of D la are, tn and tor Newcastle ouuty. on Monday, t* e Tib da of May, lest, .emg the i sxt term of said court, tor a runs- tor said house, as an inn or tavern, for lie suie I herein of Inloxtraileg liquors lo less lUnulUies than one qnsrt, to be drunk on tlie rumines, slid the fullowlno -i-spuvtable ciil cn-of s.lil ward.nl tuns' twelve of whom nus- batsiu al fr.obn' er« ot said ward, rec ru. md the said a, pll.-allon, 1 / 'airtea MeKenna Joseph B Intrige latin* Gunther; Türen Iah Sullivan G. Hubei zur Henry H rtoeyer -villlani Untier laiuls Hoben George Htelidcken Pu er C. .-smith 'hurles A. w ioslow James B.tV Ich, M. D. lames McCartney Albert Nenmayer r.udwick Hendricks John Green ». Han ann Thomas Vtulroonejr James H. Harkins ; William Boyle George k ineke W H. Jack E J. .Mi Ma ns Jacob Schieber George IVNeill I 'harms i orrlgan PATRICK nOUGHRNTY. OTICK—I.LYulA J KOPP.THE OWNER aud occupant of <he house situated o 118 shlpley street, intbeïlis wurdlnt'e rrlty of Wilmington, county of New c »-tic amt »late of Del. »«ie. In compliance with the re quirements of the a is of the G-n ral Asembly Ie such c«*e ms-e and p.o,Idul. in In r,by gi,. notice that I »hall ,pply in «rillt g lo Ihe Court of Genera' ses flh' Peace and JhL Delivery of Ihe -la' u of I lelus » re, In nod for New Co-lie • ouuty. on Monday, the .th da ot Msy, *W. belli tbe next term of said court, fur a licence for said bouse an an mn or tavern, for the eale therein if I toxlcatlng liquors in less quantities than ne qi art. to be drunk on the premises, and the following respectable citizens of ssld .»ant. at least twelve of whom areniilndantlat freeholdei « of said ward, recommend the said application, viz: Jueei'h B. Gibson s Hsinsnn John Bader tacob Schieber Ludwlck Hendrick* U. Rnbrnaer A. Bickt» Grossman I hart, s Gothic liarlis Wli 1er* Charles A. Win low James II. Ha'kins obii Wagner riioinsn Fagan N Oil* William Ruber Julius Gun her L* uts Sc lieu Fred Well, Sr. E. J McManus W. H Jac" John Msgulre W Fsgsn JoMjih Nledermalr W Wo t»rs s .n.ue' vVollers Louis Levy George Finckf Titel» I ore Hletmnn LYDIA J. KUI'P. n ■TIE N GIllE-I. JOHN FARNaN. - ow ur sud occupant of the house situated at No. 215 E«sl Front stieet. in thu Second ward In thu city of Wilmington, coontyof New ClBtlu and Hlate of Delaware, in compliance with the requirement« of tho acts of the General Assembly tn such ca*e mode an>l provided, do liereoy give notice that 1 shall apply in writ log lo the Court of General Ses sions of the P. ace and Jail Delivery of Ihe Stale of Delaware, in and for New Castle county, on Monday, the 7lh day of May. UW4. being the next term of .aid court, for a licen-e far said home, as an tnn or tavern, tor .he isle therein of intox eating Iqnorn in less quantities than one qnsrt to be drunk on the preml-es. snd the following r.«pei table citi zens of said waid. at least twelve • f whom «re substantial freeholders of 8»hl ward, recommend the said atmlicatlon viz: Rols-rl Kenyon Patil-k Plunkett s.muul Hochhemler Wm. E. Bowen A. W. Randolph F G 11 glier o bornas H. Burrows Chas. H. F. Gross Mos. s Sud!h John A. Ni rth John H. Hubert Ahrain Ringland John Tully Kran» Harkln Andrew Grotz JOHN FARNAN. Mich-el affurty ilwaril Mulcholr : 'h«rlu* E. Spark« Samuel Bell Clio*. B. Dougherty Wlll'am Bluart M. H»yes Samuel 1 ' Reed Henry Feldmelr J. George Hlrzel Henry Blonth IVToTICE—I, THOMAS LALLY, THE 1» owner and occupant of the house sltneted at Ihe nonheaid corner of Fifth and Ppriice htreets. In the Fourth want in tbe city of Wllmlngton.eounty of New Castle anil state of Delaware, In compliance with the re quirement» of the act« of the General As sembly tn »nchcose m»de and provided, do hereby give notice thftt I «fiai' apply in writing to the Coart of General Pe-idoti» of ihe Ptaoe and Jail Delivery of the Ma'eof Delaware, in »■ d for New Ca«tle count), on Monday, the 7lh dsy of May. l*tl. b«-lng the next term "f «aid court, for a license for «a house a« an Inn or tavern, for Ihr sale thereto of Intoxlcalil g liquor» in lu»-* quan-UJol thaa one'.nr;, to be drunk or the prend«», and H e following respuciablo > Itisen« of -aid waid,»r Ita*t twelve or whom aresubalao IUI freeh) Idol«of Mid ward, rccommc-.d the Slid HpplicKlion. viz: I'harleeL Meilor Win. aI sulil7c: G«)rgu %V 8h gley Mathew B-xler J. H. Pc' «fer John J. O'Hara G'orgeJ Fgie JobnJ l'unau Anton Held Thomas Farmar _ Emil H»n»L M. O. rti na£~' drew Xarphy I ' MsxTh'elman t harL « J Ca rigan Mi' lioel Lantian Andrew J. Murphy P'-Htik A Gold Frank B. Hughes ,it)scph Rymskt Patrick Byrne Ed want Devine David M, Prottyma Jaa eiA ôt H«l Al THOMAS LALLY. LICENSE APPLICATIONS. N oth toi hk h< undoes of the Court ol General .'ieaelona of the £•*«• and Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware, In and foi New Caetle count*. We. the undersfiFQrd. reapectable outran* and sub Manila! freeholder« of the Seventh «erd, of the diy of Wilmington, do hereby certify thaï Dennla D^uigherty, the owner and occupant of the «tore situated at the aonth «HHf corner of Hcott afreet and lioverlng avenue, in the Heveuth whm!, city, county and mate aforraatd, and deaciilnd in hla application, and who ia an applicant for a ice nee on Monday, the 7th da\ or May, A. D., 1MM. being the next term of said court, for the sale of intoxicating llquora In quantifie« not lea« than one-hnll gal on therein, not to hi* drunk on the preml-e*. he being a licensed retailer of good*, waren and merchandlme. the aggrega'ccoBi value of hit stock constantly kept on hacd for «ale 1« not lean than fire hundred dollar«: he In a man of full age, of sol» lety a .id ku k! moral character; that auch «aloof ln*ox «atlng liquors «t nai«l place Is necessary lo accommodate the public; that ho It the owner of anid house, and the true rental value la tlx hundred dot lam. and the folio., inn respectable cltUeim and subntan liai fn*eholder* of said watd, et heat twelve o'* whom «re reapectable freeholders ot nulcl war I, r« commend ihe sold application, viz; John vi. Harvey Patch k Desmond edwarrt J. Mctllttlgen James M«V«y Dr. 11. C. Muoro Andrew Traynor Wm. A. Hacon Hu eh MclirM© Kd ward R. Davis Thoe F. Fllnn John Hums John LenhofT • '*wald Unts Robeii e -i Adrien Hugues Thomas (\ Italic! James W. Ware li«* nan! Kelly Michael Hakey 4. F Kelly C. Mantden » John Hatter C. MiMetughlln H Garland Hamilton Htewart John Tammany DENN I* DOC IURTY. TO THE HONORA HLK o r CE. lad«»** of th« Court of General HmsIods t ti,. Pmm »ntt JiU Delivery or the Htnir of Delaware in and for New Caatl« county. We, the nndetaigoed, reapectah e t»ltI tenfl ami nnInfantial frneholdern of the Flrat war 1 of the « icy of Wilmiuston, do hereby r rttff 1 hat l*hili|t G. Plankett, the owner and occupant of the More «Hunted at No. 3)7 and JUM Went Front alreet. In the Flrat ward, nfi, county and «täte afore -aid and d* Hcrthed in hla at»plic tlon, and who is an applicant for licenae •ti NÖBM) . 7th del M *May. A. I»., Iff!, MB! Ihe next term of anid onrt. for the aale of in!(»xica»ing liquora in quamltiea not lean • il u one- half get Ion therein, nolle be drunk on the prt mises, he belnililioensed retailer of anode, wares end merohnodlAet the «««r« 4 ate coat value of hia atock conatantly a»pt on hand for aale ia not leae than five hundred «I )IUn: lieinga n an of fall age, aohrlety ana good moral chare» ter; that such «ale of In (uxkcallng liiiuora at «nul place ia necea*ary to accomimxlAte th* public, that he ia thu owner of aaid houre, and the true rental valu» la live hundred dollars. an«l too follow ing reapectable citizen* and Hiihatantlal free holderao *mI»I war«i,at least twelve of whom are 8uh*»aotlal freeholders of nahl ward. • ecoumo iid the «aid appUcat'on, viz; Daniel Mid linker John linder lames McKenna James ( nok I ullo* Gunther G H T.rbu'ton Fred Well, Sr , I» Bub«i v-er William llut»er WHMwni Flemming G*«»rwe St«v nicken L*mu« harl » *. Wloalow r». J. »McCall AI ert Kcumayer John Fagan ► . J. McMantiH Jam «B Welch Georg« G* Nell 1 W. H. Cro»aie> I a cob Schieber H. Zimmerman John Pyle William J. Parker_ John Mutphy. N PHILI P g. PoUNKKTT. V'lTH'L . 4<~HN r. BRAIILkY, THE a. s tenant wml ot:« upant of the h«ma« *liuat«il at ih« noith>a*« eorner of Kleventh and French a r «ma. ini he Ixth «aril In the elt> of WiitnliigToii. (am .ijrof Newcastle and State I re. In oompli*pcm ithtbn iiiniEe meiita of the aria of ne General Asae iihlv In *uch cam m de «»»d provided* »l»i here!») glv« inn !»•»• t h »t I elia.lt apply In writing to the Oonrt ofiven»ral Sea*luna of the Peace ' nil Jail Delivery 0» the Slate of Delaware. In aid f»»r ew Car tie ounty.on Monday, the 7th day of M.»y. IHVl, )>eing the ne\ term of »«aid « <mrt. f«»t a Ü» en-e tor *ad house hh an Inn or tavern. f«»r the «ale therein of 1 »oxicating liq «»m in lea* »]fiai till a than one quart. I « he drunk on the premheH, and t e I olio** It. g ■teetdile m IWD* of »«aid w.ml. iti I» h*-i leelve of whom are *ii'»t-iiiiai f eeholdera f na 11 ward, ncoin » ei.»i the said applliattou, viz ; >1 T I'annenherg Williaiu Malloy Wilson Adams CueMa McConnell Dani 1 Fritz T Leech WUIImdi Springer Mi-'httel Mal o Jam»* onagluiii . hnilett l(auiHl»ergcr Edward Glasoo Ir» di'tlt k 'V Hr 1 m-« I>. K. Atki'Mon lohn h Kleii'Hiulter H- ht E Fraîchi Joseph W Row John Foil red JOHN- F. BRADLEY. L. V. Nicholson John M. -oloimm M. F. Hay »Ion G«o. W. 1 w py Allan W. < T.»mi Marlin J. » ona Frank H. Patt»'ra«ja .» A VV liltrrafl Jam«« H S* hmII la». Huuh Lynch Jam- s Mcliarg VOTICK I. LI'DWIG MELCHOIl , THE («liant a* d c*'» u|»aiit of f lio houa© mKu% t »I at Fo. West Sirond atreet In the Third ward ih »he nty of »Vllml- giou, »'minty of N-w < aMle and Fiale «if Ih-Iawar«. lu irmipliAiUH' with th«n*q •lr«m«nta of th« acU of th» 0«n«ral Aasvmldv In *iuh « •*« made and i>r»»\ Llul. do h«r» hy give noli» «* ilia' I shA'1 *pplv In writing to ihn Goiirf «if G«*n» r*l * «salon* of th<* Ptsrrand JnG DaMvrry of the Stat« of Dolavvat« In and f«»r N«\v ('ant!« county,on Vmi'Uy. tin* 7 It day of Mav,li«ing xt t«rm of «Aid court, f«»r a llc« ns« for *iAi(l ho 1 1*« am an nn or tavern for th** f*alo f ho Tin of intoxti-atlmc liquor* In !«*• «iuantlti«»* than o 1* quart t« h««Luiik on tb« iicimiiei, and »h« fullowinsr r«a|MTiahle » Itizcna of nald ward, *t l a* 1 whom ars subatün lial treetinldi r- of *aid ward, i©t oinuitud the* tlon, viz: MPpIlC. i Pnyn« VN i ÜHm Kink J<»hn T. Hcngy Jim« ph HetkniHTiD WiIlium Loeber Dniti«*! VHi«r Peter M Her Oeonre Kraft Jam«« A Wilhelm Theodore Fuekel Fidel Ofrarer Th him Duffy * iti Ti «ma* H. Hampton • <t oif» KL Huber James Grant J. H. Spi UADC« Joseph Krtiial K. abberger John Hjnrttgv, Jr. John William Johnson Henr* Wltsll II. ('. Hailing Dan McKonney Joli t LUDWIG MKLCHOIR, OTICE.-I IRA (L MuLâl OHLIN. THE owner nrul occupant of the lions« situ* Ht«1 at Newsrk. known as the Wafhinzton H Ufl«, l T lilted Nr at«* School Districts N 41 aid 4«^, coosnli* ated noil (BOOT" un»l* r tr « n*mo and style of • he Newark i*nbllc Nchools Whit© Clay Givek hundred, county <»f New Tsstle ami c*(Hte of Dalawara, In w th the requirements oî the acta of the General Assembly lu such case made and provided, do hereby give notice thaï 1 f hall a ply in writing to the r<mrt of General Sessions of the Peace and Jail De li \»*-> of Hie Male of Delawar«». In and for New Castle county, on Mon day, the 7th day of May, 1HP4, being th© next term of said court, for license for said house aa an Inn or tavern, for rhe sale therein of Intoxicating liquor* in leas quantities than one quart, to M drunk on the premise!, and the following respect able cftlaena and substantial freehold« r» of said united school district« recommend the a*id application, viz; Wm. T. Colmar? H. W. Me Kins y Hubert Gregg Joint Robert* Jos. R. Lut ton Byard Widdnes (i Fader Ldward M» Pike N nw. m W. por. tud Amos Osmond John Kueley J. r. Hooker J. W, Pennington Jamu« A. Wilson Geo. A. Ca»ho Hamuul B. Wright John Gregg ira o. McLaughlin. FAMOUS PAINTINGS OF THE WORLD. This coupon with 10 rents entitle« tbe bearer to one copy of PART (1. when presented or mailed to the Ev art iso journal Coupon Department. l We Change Number« Kvry 1—U«. Book Coupon No93 Oat oat ©lx con—eathrclir numbered (\mponfi an»l flend to n* with six cent©. AUdrtt»« ' Bo»»k Oept. M EVENING JOURNAL. POPULAR LIBRARY COUPON. Send In one oonpon nnd 10 œntâ and get » booft C t S HOW For a new Suit, a new Spring Over coat, a new Hat, a new pair of Shoes or some new Spring Furnishings ? doesn't take much money to get the whole outfit and yon can find all of them, whether in mon'« or boys' sizes, at Sixth and Mar ket. ia to sell yon good and satis factory qualities and then to make prices as low as cash buying and careful manage ment can get them. Iajw prices are often very catching, but if the qualities are not as expected you forget all about how low the prices were, while a good article always gives satisfaction. Whenever you aro ready or even have time to look wo will gladly show you through the department. SOON ARE It YOU READY Our first consideration AMES T. MDLL1N à SON, 0 Willing, Halt, Hbotw, 6th & Market, Wl'mtngtor. mYKINDDFCMTAIN FIXTURE O 4-, Wkpm *■ i mi t The L.r,s.l «took of Shade, lo the City, SprlriE Rot 1er Shades. 211, V>. 1I7Ü and Me each. Tie uand Monhadssare oil cloth. Best Cam bric Shades, TV each. Plain Hand-Painted Shades made and hung, IWlc -ach. Our Specialty,Shades Made lo Order. We also handle BancrofCs "Sun Fast," Holland's (t »merly "Kockionla."i French Chiffon, Lsi-e Border, Duchés» Lun-, Hustle, Corded and K.orentine shades. The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices H. L. EVANS & CO., Bankers, Real Estate and Mortgage Brokers, R. V. Cor. Eighth and Market Streets. I.ICKNRE Al'FLIOATIONK. VI»TICK.-1. WILLIAM C. WOODWARD, is tiie owner ami ociupint of the li nso •ituateh at No. «15 Shipley street, In the Fifth ward Iu the city of Wilmington, county of Few Castle ana Slate of Delaware. In coB» pllanoc with the requirements of the act, of tils Genera! Assembly In aiu-'i vase nra'le amt pro,hied, ilo hereby give notice thu I »hall apply in writing to the Conn of General *es MOIIS of Ihe Peace and Jail Deliver) at the Slat« of Delaware, tu aud tor New Castle "Untv on Monday, the 7th day of May. ls.'4, being tbe next term ot said court, fur a dceose for said house, as an'Inn or tavern, f..r the »»leih rein of In oxicating liquors In le s qua- titles than one quart, I» he drunk on Hie fol'owlnK respectable cltl tivslve of whom premises, anil the runs of said want, at least are sulMtaiitlal freeholders of said ward, iuc ommeud Ihe said application, vtz: i Charte» ft. Kurtz A. A. Wilson George M. Elinger J. W. Aydon James M gary D. N. Goldsboroagh Tic*mas Fen y Frink M. Aares Harry Waddmgton p. O. Snvder Nathan Ghcen James J. Fo William H Lee N. R. Whittington John F « allahan Alexander U. M John Doherty W.J. Morgan Daniel T Kilroy K. J. Martin JelioUothiln E. Abel« Jan 'L'rmlchsel Kr.ooh Young Tl on or F. '1 -an John R. Coo «r K. !.. Casptuaon John A. k hellon. WILLIAM K WOOD-v AUD. -re VTOTU'E.—I, STANHBÜRY MURRAY. JR.. I' the own- a 'it occupant of Ihe huu-a tue at No. 104 East Front !v id ward In tho city of Wi.ni'nglon, count) ol New CsMlu and Hlate of Dulawuru, In ■ oir |> lance with the rcnutremenis of I lie acta o f ths General Assembly la such com aud provIdeiL do hereby give notice that 1 apply In writing to tne Court of Gen eral -Sussions of the Peace and Jail Delivery or the stale of Delaware, In and for New f aille c -nnty, on Monday, tho Tlh day of May, DPI, oulng tbe next term of said court, for a li.-e.is« for sold houw, as an inn or tavern, for tbe sale therein of intoxicating It. pu -H in less quantities than onequart, to Iw «rank on the premise«, and the following re spectable citizen« of »«Id ward, st 1« tw.-ivenf whom are substantial freeholders of aid v srd, rec. miuend the said application. «beet. In tn» -i, . mule v George D. Ka-ra Noah C. Gray S. tVnrrn.ll v oJor A. smith H. Fogs! John A. North Joan B. Elliott Walt W. Phillip« William « . Bowen John A. tVapie* W, H Onma Samuel Bell James Taggart George A r'es L Sparks Mouth ( Henry T. B Merritt Rota-r' tenon John Fan.an Henry Fuldmeler Andrew Grotz Buiimel ('• Bent Fit ward Velc hoir ( lurk)) O Hex Tourna« Logan William Hammond John H Hubert John G. Htrzel *»n ge a. .Tankln* STANSBURY MURRAY. JR. VTOTICE.—I, HARRY C. WOOD. THE it tenant andoocupancof the house situated at No. fail Lancaster avenue, iu the Tenth ward In the city of Wilmington, county of New Caatle and Plate of Delaware, In compliance with the requirement» of the acts of the General Assembly in «ucb case made and piovtded. do hereby wive notice that I shall apply tn writing to the Conrtof General Session* of the Peace and Jail De livery of the Plate of Delaware, In a_nd for New C'axl'e county, on Monday, the ,'hday of .May. 1494. being the next term of »aid court, for a license for said boose. •« an inn or la vein, lor the «alu therein of intoxicating liquors In less quant Ule« than one quart to b« drunk "U the premise«, ai d the following re •p viable i ltlzene of -old district, at least. tneWeof whom a e «uLeliuÜal freeholder* of * Uddistrict, recommend the »aid application, Henry T Simpers J. B. Sfiawgbn Jsme« Du. an W T. t'olboorne lohn H. Bantliom J. R Meredith Georg- Seller» U -Id- n Michael Joice J. L Nlcf,otaoi John O Doyle Neal Grant L. E ferkm* Bernard Wel*h i homos Welsh Hugh Diamond Thomas O'Neill Patrick Leo TahlU Henry Em vf^S^cSbdon Joseph fleti' 1 «! Tbomwb FitiBsinc P - Î dirinr Hlcbâfds àmCSif- ErnTUer vm«A U. Moûftftbai messBÊk M