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W T-v* 3 Delaware Field Club Dance at the New-Century Club Building THE BOOP-LIHOOLN MABRIAQE. Church Last Might-Wilmington Singers I ■loyally Entertained nt Easton -Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Surprised By Their | AH communication» intended for Insertion 1 munlcatkmfi nh ould be written on one aid« of I the Daser oniv Pretty Ceremony at 8t. Faul'* M. E. Friands- Other Pleasant Events. The Ladies' Associate organization of the Delaware Field Club gave the third dance of ibe season at. the Ne« -Century Club Building last night Tho ball room w» s prettily' decorated with tbe clnb I colors and potted and blooming p'ants. I Tne music waa furnished by Cook s or chestra, of Philadelphia. Henry 8 Black & Co., of 'hi* city, *ere ca erers Mrs. E T Warner, Mrs J. A Drape-, Mrs. J. P Wales, Mrs. Reginald Can ning, Mrs J G Knowles and Mrs D. W. .. ... , Maull were the| ebaperones. Tbe young I women who geslsted In receiving tbr ' guests were the Misses Du Pont, the Misses Draper, Mis. Wales, MIsh Maull. Mias Mcllvslne, MIs Johnson, Mias Bringhuret »lid Mise I Bhortlidge O'hers present were: Mr I and Mrs. Willard Hall Porter, W. I I DuPont, Mr. and Mrs John Bancroft, | Th mas F Bayard, Jr . General James H Wilson, Mrs. Saranel Bancroft, Edmnuo I Canby, N. W. Davis, Miss Evans, Brand- I H Giles, Mrs. Horace Gaus», Miss M H I Hilles. Mr and Mrs George W Jackson I Mr. and Mrs W\ G Mendinball, John I P Nields. Joseph A. Richardson. I fennel Swift, Miss Frances Swift. Misses Patterson, T Howaid Lewi». | Malcolm McLear, Charles Paxson, Mr | aud Mrs G W Janvier, Charles Warnei I Smith. J Latimer Tatnall, Miss S ab es I Miss Abbott, John B. Bird, Jr , Mis» Cooper, Misa Dure, lames A Draper, Jr. Mlss Marguerite Ganse, Miss|p,H, Hill*. Misa Alice M L-a, Miss Pientlc Miss Marie Morse, William Sauls bury, Charles M Townsend, H K Bringburst, Jr , Albert Buck, Miss Carri. Bush.Miss Alexander Harold W. Canning. H. L Fnlenwider. Colonel Hills, Barton Lucas. H L Tatnall. Jr ,Miss Wilson, MI»f Cornelia Draper, Miss Cocbran, R >ger Wilson, Henderson Weir, Christopher L Ward, Miss >>ary Jackson, Dr. and Mr» Kennedy, Mr and Mrs. G C. Long, Mis Lind-ay, Preston Lea, George Lodge Miss Miller, Mrs. J. R Moore, Heury G Mor8e,.Jr.,MifS Julia Manll, Mrs Morgan. Miss Mills,Mias Emily McIlvaine.D. Millei S Whiter McCaulley, Jr.. Miss Greta Nields the Misses Patterson, J E Palmer, Miss Robb. Robert E Robinson Miss Richardson, Mias Read. Misa Martin Robinson, Mrs and Mrs. Henry P. Scott Edwin A. Sbortlidge, Harlan G. Scot! Alexander Sellers, Arthur Speaktnan Mrs. H 8 A. Stewart, Mrs W. G. Ts* nail, Miss Ty»ou, Mr and Mrs. Heury B Thompson, V. B. o'oollev. Mi-s E P Warner,Miss Bessie Wales Henry M. War ren, Mrs Wbeeler, Mrs Edward T B-tt» Miss Bisseil. George P Biasell, Miss Blair Miss Edith Brlnghurst, Carroll M Bunt ing,Miss Lillie Bincroft,William T Budo George A Barrows, Miss Elizibeth B ing burst, E U. Briughurst, Jr, Miss M«r> Bringburst, J Frank Biggs, E H, Clnetl Miss Canby, M ss Corbit, H M. Canby.W Marriott Canby,Jr...Mrs Canning,Cuarl- Crpelaud. A. P. Corbit, Mr and Mr» Gliarles M Curlis, Miss Louise DnPom Mise Be-sie Draper, Mrs James A Draper, Miss Nellie B Dore, 3 homa Fraime, Jr, Lleutenaut and Mrs Frye' Andrew C Gr.y, t-hester GibsoD, Ml» Gunmng, Mr and Mrs H. Victor Gans* Fritz Tavlor Gause, Francis U H > fecker, Harry M Hoopes, Miss Haines Sheward Haggerty, Miss M H Bills Miss A R Hills, George It Hoffecker. , Miss Jennie Bald vin entertained number of friends at her home, No 41 East Fifth atreet, on Tuesday eventnt Among those present were: .'.iss» Lillie Dnnbatn, Ella Lnper, L-na Jorda Alice Day. Peila Igip-r, Rosa Conk, Mr Bald win and Messrs Davis, Howard Btnoker, White and Cbickerson. Miss Gertrude Bennett, of Warwick, Del , is the gueut of triends in Wilmlng ton. Miss Ora and Ella Cart.y, of Middle town, are visiting friends in this city. Little Miss Nellie Grice, of George town, is visiting her aunt, Miss Florence Milburu, of this city. Mr and Mrs John Molson and daugh ters, L'd» at d M»ry, have returned to tbis city from a visit to Lewes. Henry Sands, a mercantile publisher. of Chicago, is iu this city on btisiness. ° _ Misses M*ry Conner M.ry A. McNulty. Elizabeth .P llarmey, Auute Long nno Katie Harmey and W F McNnltv J.met MeCallio, M. J. Roach and L. B Preston. of St. Paul's Catholic Choir, of this city. returned from Easton, Md., this morning where they gave a concert on Wednesday evening at the Easton Opera House fo, tbe benefit of the Church of Sts Pete. , p , M The concert was a grand succès., both financially sod art.atically, and the per formers wcrerovally banque ted af er the enterrai nm*nt by Messrs Nichole, M» Haie Rev Father Waldron and District " " Attorney Me« A pleasar.t surprise party was ex tended to Mr aud Mrs J. Redmond at their borne, N > night Tbe time was apeat tn muslo, games and refreshments were those present were ; Mines J Elwards L Solen, K. McGrellis. E Mattie, H Sidenberg. M McGrellis, E Liw. Gibbons, E Meloe, F. Walter, Mrs Car nie. Mrs Jones, Mrs. Walter, I r 1014 Reed, street last social lulercourse, and g-rved. Among ^■1 Bolden, Miss L Br imel, Miss L. lUlnal» Misa A. Welsh, Miss K D*no»an, John Wright, B. Minors, Getrge Fr*nce, of Philadelphia; P. S ont, W C aig. Murphy, W Smith. H Herb-rr.*M P ittls, t* Th irp»on. W H-kie, rralg,J. Remour,A.Thom son, J.Redmond, J! or ÏO Cts. W e will send you a trial site cake of the best toilet «oap manufactured. Woodbury'« Facial boap is prepared bv a specialist ou dun affections, and is recommended by physician-, everywhere. It will make a clean smooth face from a blotchy skia. We will also send ycu free iso-page book treaung ol skin and tôlp diseases. John H. Woodbury Dermatological Institute, 13$ w. ,3d ät. N. Y. Cstabiishsd 1870. . '.Think I wmTftY ri(ij nsUaO or ale Somo 4fM/ have of to vey feet. ■y r &LW? ®5T There is a nourishing element in a I c am J beer but it is Small — there is the intoxicating effect, tOO. That is a Strong objection. Yet ale and beer are used and benefit the health at times. another liquid, the active principle of malt— JOHANN HOFF S Malt Extract. One dozen bottles of it have the same nourishing and tonic effect as a large cask of ale or beer. That's an advantage—another, it There is f hsr St hay, *15 *o iu )i as not the intoxicating effect of e Hher. It helps digest and assimil ate food, creates appetite, makes the weak strong and healthy. Be sure to obtain the genuine. St-e that signature "b neck label of bottle. N .. as „ ou j • M Thompson, F. Walter, C. Gsbkey, D Gabkey, T Conna I. \V Thompson, J. <pear, G. Cain, T Spear, D. Bruiner, W. Bolden and J. Fause Tbe marriage o' Habert A. Roop and Miss Lillie J Lincoln was celebrated in "it. Paul's M. E. Church last, night. The ceremony was perfoimed by tbe pastor, Rev. T. K. Terry. Frederick Beaston, Harry J Gntbr'e, thelCbatles McKatg and William B Smith lr , were ustu rs, and Noble F Hadle> played the wedding march. The brida oouple was unattended. The church was pret tily decorated with olauts and blooming flowers The ceremouy was followed by an in formal reception at the home of 1h bride, No 613 King stree' Only th> mmediate relatives were present, ' — Miss Anna Hanby, of Carpenter eta ion, is 18 years old to-day. A dance will be giveu In her honor at her home A number of young persons from tbis city. Philadelphia and Chester, will attend. otiANX Hoff" is on b other is equally Eisner dit Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, 15» and 154 Franklin St., New Yoik. L 1er ter ■ ) | 'o-night I Gsnerai Mahone, of Virginia I Ridgely, of Dover, and Jeffersou B | Fo ri, of Middletown, were also there | ty, Ex 8peaker of the Senate John Donahoe, of this city, was in Wa»hing on yesterday, and spent some time with Paulel »1 y Dr B L Lewis, ex-Speaker of the Senate, and wife, of Harrington, were iu his city to day John Bodler, of Germania, Patter •ounty, Pa , is visiting friends in this Found Dead at Gordon Heights. An nuknown man was killed at Gordon H ights early thi« morning on the P,,W. A B railroad. He was brought to this city st 7 40 o'clock aud taken to the norgne. Tbe body was badly mangled Poe legs were severed from the body aud tie head was badly crushed The man wa> aopareutly about 35 years old and it endnntiy of Irish birth His cloth s were ot rough ms erial, such as > but y workingman m gbt wear. A bundle • f lot ting, which is supposed he bad, wa unnd on tbe pilot of a north bt-uod pae enger train, which left this eily ear'y his morning It is supposed that ,>•• van riding on the pilot and fell off D-pntv Corouer Palmer will ^hold auju q it s tt-morrow o t New btudenta Kolerlug Weekly. I As the instruction is mainly Individu« I —not class, naw students of both sexe» I tie entering Goldev Ccmmercia: at d Short band College, Eighth and Market a reets, eve y week. Bulldlug Permit* I-»ue<l. B ildlng Inspector Dohl Issued *b t plowing petmi's today; To Willi» l Mary frame kitchen, at No 1600 Kitk averue; Simnet Stesinger, fr<me kitoben, No 61S "'e *b s reet. 2 . Ai»i I« rm.i Nothing injurions Jandy Company, No. 204 Market street At Wilmington Visitors Prom West Cheater. The Boys' High School, of this city, vas visited by a delegation of officers aud eachers of the Wear Cnester High •chool, yesterday The visitors spent Us day In the school bearing recitation!. nd noting method» ot tnachiug Manual Tiaiuing D*partm-ut was ala I w ''^ here rhe visitors wen he B"-* 1 ' of P D ro, "* or Bw . r ' , » 1 Tb r vl '' I *r* «er«: Prof**Bor AddUon Joue* uperintendent of rch.^ls; Pwf««»r 8 ' Kreemer, principal of the High School ' ud Pr , of "'°. r J ■•"'f* °/ « 8U ' I, ' l department of the Ae8t C^ ter High Hchool. Chargea Agaiot an oieer. I ..... . , ... r».u„ n At t , be . ?°" ml8 "'°u ^ 8 He8,8r Mab.u testl I 1-d AfTMinflt Officer Thornton, eharsl* ft * bh d "T' p °'" > l,id «"' nK m 8 «" 'Vi b ' 11 ' "* rd , e , d Wl h Th " UtlB ' 8 *''"K hter , t T t,fi8d Thornton, who h.' d ^ eu8Îck ' T.. I Dp. HuKhea called, but tbis tbe Utter I coutradicted. He said t hat Thorot >n »as never absent except by hi. permis -ion Several witnesses testified on be lalf of Thornton. The case was con tinued to Saturday night. . Uobln»on Is lt«ad> fur Grabb. J. T Rtbmsou, the Cbautpion runner ■f the sts'e called at the Evknink ■ ocknal effice this morning He la d« -Irous of miking a match with J F Grubb and arrangements for a match will be agreed upon at any time at tbs I southwest corner of Sixth and Orange I streets. Robinson is willing to run at | *uy time. _ J J SPORTING NEWS NOTES. O S. Campb-ll, of New York, won the r.ipic»l championship at tennis at St AllgUStlui*, Fla , Jeat.-rdav. Fred Hoev and L 8 Thompson beat 0. A Mscalester and Georgs Work in a -nooting match at Babylon. L I., y ester 'ay. by a score of 1(10 to 18T points out ! possible 2U0. IndividRülly Hoey broke 97 targe's out of 10»; Macalester, 94; iVork, 98; Th >mpaou 98 Tbe Oi> inpic bastball team has organ •a d for the season aud will accept coal euges from any team io tbe city r state »böse players are under 18 years of age, he Browntown Greys preferrea. The e mi ie composed of Harris. Franca Daw -on, Anderson, Sterlilb, Harvey, McCaf i ferty, Bulger aud Jordan. H. Harvey, No. 1C8 East Seventh street, la mans gsr THE HARBOR APPROPRIATIONS.. Somo of tho UeLwHr* Stream* Which Will He Deepened ur tho Evpenee of Uncle Sum. Tbe rivers and harbors appropriations have been determined by the committee tbo House of Kepreaentatives at Washington The bill will he reported tbe H >nae in a day or two. Among the aporopriatlous of local in terest ate the following Improving harbor at Wilmington, and Cbristiaua river, *25 ObO, including sur vey of tbe Cbristiaua river and harbor, with a view to obtaining a depth of 21 feet. Improving s ppoquinlmunk river, con tinning Improvement, *3 000 F ,r Mu d'll 11 river |6 300, of which *1,500 in tho discretion of the Secretaiy f War, may be used in removing the hsr and oba'motion at the mouth of the Jones river. C'lnUtiniug improvetni-nt of Misplllion river, belaaare, *(i 000 Improving *be Island watet way from Cbincoteague bav, Virginia, to Delaware hay, at or near Lnwea, Delaware, to be u«ed from Delawuie bay t > Indian liver, *15 000 Continuing in piovement of Broad Oreek river. Delaware, *5.000, of which much as luay he n.cesa.ry a all he used for removal of har that extends from the railload bridge toward the mouth of Nan icoke river Th« large appropriations for tbe im provemeut of Delaware streams are doe, great measure, to the indefatigable work of Congressman John W Catleey. LEGAL FIGHT FOR LAtiD. Ovputy Rvcnvder Appointed By tho Mar, land Court tu Taka Testi mony Here. Deputy Recorder of Deeds Edwin A. Read is the Delaware commissioner ap .minted to take testimony of Delaware witnesses in the chancery case of John L Winchester, colored, va William Benton, Fannie A , Mary, Sarah, Stell«, «mes, Sarah M , Mamie. Loirs ana James vV inehester, all colored. He wa* (•pointed by Ihe court nf the second uilieial oisti ct of Mary laud The suit is ov,r the q,t»eu Anne's nunty real estate ot R- bert Winchester, deceased. At the hearing In the Court House last night J E Brown, of ibe Queen Aune's comity bar, repre sented the plaintiff, and Lilburn Cband 1er appeared foe tbe defendants Mary, -Uralt M , Willlan and Janes Winches ter testifl d The testimony referred tn he settlement of the estate of Rotiert vViuche-ter, proving the payment of c r 'ain bills against tbe (state, aid in loniradic'.lon of the claim of lohn W nchester, who seems to want tbe whole estate iu Maiylaud He was practically cut oat uuder tbe wil), sad then went into coart and tried to nave tbe property sold to pay debts, pre seating a large bill i > his own behalf The work of Commisslonei Reed will tot be completed for several days. Snapper Soup, on Saturday night, at Aim. J Qnigley's, northwest corner Fourth and Shipley streets. M A Kill KO. TAYLOR—BRITTON.—On March ^ by Rev. Fa'her (Juiicie , at M. Bau *» par*ona e, Htnucl Taylor ami M ss Florence M. Britton, o »th of this city. mMSDED BY MYSTERY! Ä Great Mistake. A recent discovery Is that headaclifl, llzzlncaa, dullness, confusion of the mind, to., are due to derangement of the nerve renter* which supply the brain with nerve orrej that Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia, rind in stomach etc., arise from the demngo -nent of the nerve cenierssupplying these or ;ans with nerve fluid or force. 1*111.» I» likewise rue ot mauv di • a-e»of tbe heartaud lung». The nerve syst, mis like a telegraph system, is will be »en by tbe accompanying The little ivliite lines are the nerves which convey the uerve force from tho ne- ve center» to every part of tho body, lust as the elec no current I» convoyed along t h e telegraph Wirt'S to every station, larve or small. Ordinary physician« fall In regard this fact; instead of treat ing Ihe nervecen lers for the cause o f the disorder» arising therefrom they treat tbo part affected Franklin Miles. M D„ LL. U . the nighly celebrated specialist and ■t ittlent of nervo is diseases, and author of many noted treat ise» on the latter subject, long since realized the truth of the flrst Maternent, and IiIa Restorative Nervine Is prepared on that principle. Its succès» lu curing nil disease» arising from derange ment of the nervous system I» wonder ful, ns the thousands of unsolicited testimo nial« In possession of the company manufac turing the remedy amply prove. Dr. Miles' Restorative Ncrvlno Is a reliable remedv for all nervous diseases, such as headache, nervous debility, prostration, •leiwlessness. dizziness hysteria, sexual de bility. St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. It sold by all druggists on a positive guarantee, nr sent, direct by tho I'r. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart. Iml.. on receipt of price, it per bot tle. six liottles for £>, express prepuld Reatnrative Nervine pizsltlvcly contain« uo opiates or tlaugerous drugs. •IT. So' 1 b/ » « e yirher*, ^ V X t-F WENT». HOUSE. OPERA GRAND SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 31. Lincoln J, Carter's G rand Nocnio Production, THE FAST MAIL. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. V» Monday afternoon at ♦ o'clock. Evening at 8 o'clook. CLEVELAKD'S r*' MINSTRELS. GUROEOU8 UOLUMBO F RST PART WORLD'S F vlR PANORAMA. MATINEE AT 4 O'CLOCK. Prl< ea. 25 and Nluents. ( liildrvn. 15 and ' fl *" ^ _|_ Will leave Fourth -tre-t Wharf. Wlln ington. d»l|v. -nndav» included,7-in und 1 .0 a. 1 and 4 p- ,0 ' , m h iï 8d l ph i »»o'z ll ! , , t m F * tt Whtrf T 3Uaud ""*"*" * '•*'*" J 4 «HILADSLPtllA FA»HK r-TRAM HOATS Commencing Saiurday, M itch Jlat lat'4. STEAVERS . CITY OF CHESTER Jr AND a BRANDYWINE I ! . Stop both ways at Chester on all tripe. Passengers going on the boat a can ohaMR tli-xeu aorsl to ret urn on the b. At U. Freight received all day at Phiiaueii ma at Wilmington and carr.sd at ihs lowext raw WM. B. SHARP & CO. Fourth and Market Sts. Satin striped Muhl in black, navy brown, lip^ht blue, pink, cream, nile and white with beautiful primed Mower de signs and figures—i2«/£c per yard. Japonettes — the wash fabrics of tlfe season, in an elegant variety of colorings in stripes, plaids and ligures — 25 cents. Twelve hundred extra fine and heavy bleached Hucka back Towels, 18x42 and regu lar 25 cent goods, we shall sell two for 25 cents. Twelve hundred bleached newest Damask Napkins, good si/e and fine quality—regular $j goods—we shall sell for $1.28 per dozen. These Linen offerings we think to he most remarkable even in these times of de moralized pi ices. Fifteen hundred yards more of Utica Nonpareil Muslin— I2y£-cent grade for 8 cents per pard. The Special Sale of Hosiery Saturday evenings which we have inaugurated is meeting with remarkable success. VVc shall continue these sales, which will enable the people of Wilmington to purchase hosiery cheaper than they can be made. Commencing next Satur day at 6 p. m., we will sell the following: Children's Fast Black Stock ings, ribbed and extra heavy — 17c from 25c—3 pairs for 5<c. "Onyx" is synonymous with col- r and quality. We have sold this celebrated make for years—every lady knows the "Onyx" Stocking at 25 cents —we shall sell them Sa urdav evening at 19c or 3 pairs for 50c, and one lot of the extra tine see "Onyx" 3 paiis for 1 or 38c per pair. U Oui line of Ingtain Carpets is very fine, many of the pat terns being designed from Biusstls. They run in price from 25 cents to 75 cents per yard. One hundred patterns io select from. One lot shades, 25 cents each, 5 different colors. WM. 13 . SHARP & CO, Fourth and Market streets. •ODB SPECIAL'' 4 SHORT EOSO* # WHITE SEMS ; i-a KFORtt bu>ing j'our Hpring sup I ly of White bhifts examina "Our bp* rial" 8ho»t Bosom 6L rts, th«* mont crrafor.ab e white >hlrts ihcre are Th** l>o«orai» do not ride up nor brvak. We have all («-ngth* uf felteveti. We guarantee them io tit. B d '«■■jjutOti WYATT it CO. 25c MEN'S FURNISH Fits. 603 MARKET 8 t REET. in., , ' We Laundry Collars for ONE CENT. FAT PEOPLE. F*»k OuasiTV Pinn» will reduee weigl.t PEKWANKNTI l from 12to 15pout"Is a month NO STARVING stekneae or injury; NO I U HI.101TY. They build nptbt. health and h. autify the complexion leaving ««■«KLM or llRbliinesa. STOUT oOfFN'Saud difflcult breathing surely lieved. NO FXFKkI *1FM, hut a sclentlflo ana ; osltive relief, adopted only after years of > x; errnce. All order* upplled direct from our office. Price $2.0 ! per package» three package# for $S.ib by mall snatpald. Testimonials atnt particular« (sealed! 1 cent». All rorre«p on deuce Strictly CouMmittuL Parkjtemedy Co., Boston, Miss. par R.K. d a PROPOSALS. "pROFI HAW DELAWARE STATE SfttST l, pliai ai Far hur»t. Keal»4 nropoaaie will be r» 0 elv*dby i h» trust*«» for Ice, But ter and t 'oal, a* follow* Bid* for lea to be r.irtb* bait northern or raar-hlne-madel"* for the >*e*nn ut IWt. to be ■lellvoreil tn refrlger tor at hospital in uncb quanti! l a »* the viperimenrletit may dirent, HUU for butter to b* for tbo bent creamery bulter. One hundred pound* delivered weekly at hospital, free of "httrve, fo- the months of aprll. May, June, July. AurunI, Mutemls r and October, mtu. Bid* for hard coal of Rood quality, vie: lirukrn eRitaiidDUt The propoeal* to he for one year. The coal must be clean and put In vault with ahute wagon«. Blank form of proposal« and envelope« will be fnrnlahid to those who eddreaa Ur. Wil liam H. Hnncker, Farnhnret Del. The bids will be opened at hospital at 11.30 o'clock on Thuraday. April 6, ltM. « ontracu will ha awarded to the best bid dera. The trustera reserve the right to re.leet '-Ida not deemed to the interest ot tli- Institu tion WILLIAM H. HANCKKft. __-uperintendent. c; I.IOF.N«R a PPM A nova. N ot Vh Ju'U,*f r.f the C'ourt of in of tut* IVacv Mid Jnll I'nllmf Of the Rtftte of D«'lAw*r* In *n<l for New ( »«tie county Wr, lia* UOttciMMIMil, ItHpti li&ii e clll RiibHtAnttM freeholder* of the Fir*t w»r t of the I iiy of Wilinluitton, do hereh) certify that Philip G. Plunkett, the owner And occupant of the store nltunted at N<*. SC and Aim West Front etr-et. In tiie First want, city, county und state afore said and described in Ids applica tion. and who is an applicant for llietisc on Monday. 7>h d«> oi May. A. I)., l w tl», hem« the next term of said c.uirt. for the aale of intoxtcatiriK liquor*« in (piamltiea not les» th *n one-half «» ion therein, not to im drunk on the pr»mises, ho Iteinir a licensed r-laller of ICoods, which and merchandise; the «jrgr* flterfet value of hiu stock copHtautly k< pi on band for «tale is not Ip«* than live hundred dollars: being* n an ot full n«e, sobriety an * irooil moral cliara« ter; that sut h sale of lu* toiicutftu ItQUors at eaul place is ueceaaar) to accommodate tin public, lliat he Is the owner of said hnura, and the true rental value is fltre hundred dollars, and the follow* intf respect aide citizen* and substantial free holdetso said ward, at least twelve of whom arc substantial freeholders nf said watd. recoinntetul tlie said appliratbin. Daniel Met'uaker John Radi .fames McKenna .1 ulins Humber Fred Well, Sr , William Huber Georue Sie nicken TO I ItK HONOR*HLff •I'd viz. .!tunes t 'ook G. K T rliuHon D Hnbm Kor WIHittm Flvmmihif Umup Pr**k> Imrl s *. Winslow h J. McCall «lohn Kngnn .lam h U Wfilch XV. H. Crons'ey H. Zimn.frnian William J. Paikfi « Al *»rt Neumayer K. J. McManus OunriCH t »'Neill .lu col» Schieber lohn 1 '\ if John Murphy. PHILIP G. PLUNKETT. VOTH'K.— OTHE HO>OiiA*LK It DUK* aA 0/ the C« urt of General Hbh<Iooi of the Peace and Jail Deilv ry of the Stale of Del«* aro. In auU f«»T Newcastle county ihe und Mrtfned rcep-ctable citizens of the Fifth ward of the cltv of ilmltiKton. do hereby t ertifv that William G Kobelen, the owner and occupant of the st4>re «Lunten at No. 108 Went Seventh iinet.lii the Fifth ward, city, county and st to aforesaid and described in bis application, and w ho is an pplicam for llcen*-on »Monday, t ne 7th da »f .May, A D., IMM, being tbe next termed kid court, for the sal-* of lutoxtca' ing liquor* !• quantities not less than oue*halr gallon iherein, not to be drunk on the premise*, h* • tt ilia: a l'ceiis d retsller of mercbanols*'; theaggrega e cost va ue of hi* stock constantly kept on hand for sale is no! less than five hundred dollars; being a man of full *ge, sobriety and go d moral character; that such sale of int xicatlng liquors at ««hi place Is necessary to sccommt dntetbe public; that he Is the tenant of said house, and the true rei tal value Is fire hundred dollars, and the following respectable cltl ensofs-sld ward, at least twelve of whom aie snbstant al fit*, hooters of said ward, reco umend the said a plication, vis: Charles 15. Kurts r t arberrr 'I hoti an Ferry Wm H. s he parti son HamuelT. Hambly Nmha . Gheeu Patrick Neary Jtdiu * '. Hris »n Bernard P HoeMin Wi liam Kobinson I aide I T. Klllror W. H. Vernon James B. Hasson We ; Fred c. Mammele A. K. Ainacow Samuel Kile Alfred C. Carmichael F. It. Robelen James J. Fox Chas. C Ma ' mule Wm. H. KoMnaou John H Duniisr Tnoinaa Juillllint W. y Woodward A. W. Harting WILLIAM G ROBKLRN. N OIH K—'tOTHIC HOSuKaITjI'MKs of lht> < onrt of Ueoeral Bus ions of On I'e'Ce n d Jail Delivery of the mat" of lielaware in and tor hew C'aetle oonnty We, 1 lie uiitifrelaned. re«(KCtable • It zen» and »utiaiaii 1*1 freehol er» of the Ki'urth »anl.of the city of Wilmington, Hu hereb> certify that John Me l'lff-rt). Iheowoerand occupant of ihe atore situated nt No. (t*7 Eael Fifth street, in the Fourth ward, city, cout ty and state aforesaid, and desctlbtd in hi application, ami who is an applicant for a licet se on Monday, the 7thda> of May. A. D., 1HP4. lining the next term of .aid court, for the sale of Intoxicating ll'i -ora in quantities not let,* than one-h»lf gal on therein, not to lie drunk on the premier», he being a licensed re aller of good», wares and merchandise. Ihe naan gaie mat value of hi« stock constantly kept o l a d for sale la not le-s than live hundred dollar»: heir g a mau of full age.«, aob let) a a go *1 moral character; that auch aale of In oX'Btmg liquor« M said place I« nei eiaaty to ai-couimoaate the i titille; lliat id house, and Ihe true ■ he la Ihe owner ot rental value is five hundred dollars, and tbr fnllowiuv r'-Hpectab'e citizens and aubnlan tlal freeholder- of »«Id wa d, at leapt twelve O' whom are substantial freeholders of »aid war), r. commend the said application, viz: Anton lleiil Peter vicAletr U»o. J Egie Jo n .1. O'Hara Tho n- s Earmar Daniel Regan Hugh Hagan Thos. smith Daniel Crawford W. H. Todd George A belo Chas. Yet* er J. M. Slngley Wm. Al enlzer J. H. Seliafer Andrew Murphy Emil Hertel, M. D.. Ed «lu G Ha,« SylveMer France Jame« Hltchsn Jam»s W. McAlllsttr John H. Ktgnoy James A. Stafford M»thew Baxter JOHN McCLAFKKRTY VOID K. I. HKNH\ tit'H » KIDFIl, THK *» "■* era'll . . 11 (>HI) t I■ t tl"' h"ll»e situ, »led »I t-ehiail Dlft'ln No Ï7. Chllatla ia Hundred, c, in.ty of New c'aaile ar il State of Delaware, in compliance with the re qtt'renient* nf the acta of the Oenerul As »cniliic In such esse mnrie ai d nrovlJed, do I, ruby vive notl<-' ili»l 1 «hall apply 1 • wri - Ing to the! on it ot Ue .rat Sea loo* of ,he Peace and Jail Deliver} o' the Stale of Del« wa e, in at d lor New < 'asile c >un y on Mon day. the7th d-y of May, being the next term of seid court, fo a ltcui.se for seid hou» -.an an Inn or tavern, for the »ale therein of intox ienting liquor« in less quantities than one quart to he drunk on the premise«, and tile following respectable ci'lzetianf »aid district at least six "f whom are substantial free holdcta of mid district recommend the raid application, viz: hl« Michail M. ^ Mnrphy John Lins Ti o*n§* E. B. HollingBworth Rneben (iarrett! .»• !i» Mulllli John C. Burke Albert C owl Wu Kiim*r E. Mace > hem V» iüiniu Woods Il l*m Burn*» John Foo e Miiilh HENRY 8CHNKIDSR. V OTICE. — I, LUDWno MELTPOIH, » H F. t«'i*ant and «m cupant of the houne situa ted Ht ho. Ml Wet! H*-cond street in the I hit d waidlu hoctyof *Vümi «ton, county of N-w ( Rt-tle and State of Dels compliance with the req irements of the acts of the (Cent ral Assembly ln such case made mid provld* d. do Lereby give notice tha aha I apply In writing to the < * nrt **f Gencr*«l '*es*loM»o' the Beace and «a l Dei very of the Slate of Delaware tn and for New C«u*tie countV, on Monday, tne 7 h day of May,being next term of aaid court, for a license for said home an au 'an or tavern for th** sale the'ein of intoxicating liquors in less quantities than one quart to hediunk on the premise*, and the following respectable citlzeua of said ward, at lea*>t twelve of whom tlal freeholder*« of *ald ward, mummend the Rtld application, viz; John Payne Thomas S. Hampton Wlitiam Rink George H. Huber John T. Mpragy .lame» Grant Jo*, ph He< knmnn «I H Hpiuanre Willtmii l.octKn Jo* pit Krthal Daniel » aier K AObcrger Peter M Her Jolm hpraay, J-. George Krwt't John W illi«in Johnson JaruenA Wilhelm Henry-Witail TutMidore Fu. ket H. tBalling Fidel Otrarer bun Mchsuuef Tli< Dully aware. In are anlwtan I CD WIG M ELCH OIK. NO AH re or B ATlkli Um# - »ouv w»rdrohn a&tl am If ll.et* ins not •<»«*>• gnrm*Hts w blob. If proiHrt'lv CIvsuul anu Dyed Wil. he *e«d aa A. F. BOBSOT, na »««*«» a* WÊ r c; ate ...ON... THE DECLINE. VERY ONE that examines our magnificent display of Carpets and learns the re markably low prices at which we are selling are pleased ; they can't well be otherwise, quality, ryie and price are too captivatiug. You need Carpets, and we have Shim and want to sell them, so take ad vantage of the low prices now. A new drive just in. Good Vel vet Carpets in handsome designs and rich colorings at 90 cents per tard. This is by far the cheapest Carpet ever offered. Lowell and Hartford Body Brussels at *1.10 per yard. Best quality ten-wire Tapestry at «5 cents per yard. A Tapestry Carpet, wearing qualities und colorings warranted, at -If» cents per yard, is •me of the womit rs of the day The handsome.* and cheapest E K r/ r ■ v E Bi ■ STRAW MATTINGS ever «old in this city aro now being «old by us at wonderfully low prices. At this date an assortment of eighty patterns to select from, in cheap, medium and high grade goods. Luxury affords the means of en* joyment. So do we with our stock of 1'nr'or Furniture 5n the latest styles at d modes of 189-1, and at our figures it does not require large in< ans, either, to make purchases from our afgortment of Luxury's accessories. Como and see how easy it i« to give your house a touch of elegance at n cost within tha renoh of moderate incomes. Money can't be expended to bet* ter advantage than in making your home pleasant and luxurious A Pallor Huit Upholstered in Wilton Rug at *15 00. One all Ovorstnffed ami covered with good quality I'apestry at *35.00 *45,00 buys a handsome all overstaffed seif in Brccatelle, fringod all »round; such suits as you see abjut toiru at U j l 0 Others in stock up to *250.00. Think of those prices and remember that in buying from us you are buying direct from the manufacturers anti saving money. V I % :.vV M ,1 Fvtr * fl I jji kB <3 jpm •V . * i "r' »f i* ; $L Y' wÆm \a J. » S/j Sixth and Tatnall Streets »a»»« 11 11 I > \ 11 " » ». OTICE.-I, WILLIAM F.. WOODWARD the owner and N ■ up-nt of the )i .uwi -liuateil at No. «15 Hhipiey atreet, in the Fifth ward in the city of «* llmlmrlnn, county of New Caatle and Plate of Delaware in com pliance with the requirement« of the acta of ihe General Assembly in »lieh ca-e mad.- and provided, do hereby give notice Ihn' 1 shall si p.y In writing lo the Conn of General Pen sion» of ilw IVace aud Jail Itoiivery of the Plate of Delaware, in and for New Caatle ountv. on Mm.day. the 7th day of May, lnm, being the next term of »am court, for a ilrunae for aald hour»', aa an inn or tavern, for the sale th rein i f intoxicating liquors In le a qnartities than one quart, t«* be drunk on the preiulsee and the fol'ovvlng respectable rltl Zeueofaald ward, at lean twelve of whom are substantial freeholders of said ward, zee ommond the sala application, viz: Charle* C. Kurtz A. A. W'llaon George M. Ellloger J aydnn James Vezary D. N. Gbldabornugh Thomas Feiry Frank M. Ayer» Harry Waduington P. I* snider Nathan Gheen Jumee J. Fox William H la« N. K. Wnittlngton John F Callahan Alexander M. Moore John Doherty W. J Morg-n Daniel T Kiiroy k.J. Martin John Guthrie E. Abeic .laine» Carmichael Enoch Vnung Thema» Fedlgan Joiin il Cooper E L. Caaperson John A. »helton. WILLIAME. WOOD » AUD. XTOTI'JK.—I. STANSBI'H Y MURRAY. JB.. the owner and nceiinant of the hnu-e aliunted at No. 10« East Front st eel. In Ihe Seco, d ward In the city of Wi mlngtott, county o, New Castle and State t f Delaware, In compliance with Ibe requirements of the acts ot the General Assembly in su rh case mail" and provided, do hereby elve n. j I shall apply In writing to the Court of Gen < ral iSeaaioita of Ihe Fusee and Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware, in and for New Caa'le county, on Monday, the 7lh day of «ay, l.*M. uelng the next term of said court, for a license for aaid house, as an inn or tavern, for the aa'e therein of intoxicating liq'inra in less qua, titles than ..uequart. to be runk on the premia"», and the following re spectable It i/eua of »-Id ward, »t least iweiv« of whom are substantial freeholders of »aid ward, rcc mtnentl the said application, viz: Ch ries E. Sparks Henry Hlotith T. B Merritt Knbert Kenyon John Farnan Henry Feldmeler Andrew Grotz Ssntnel I '. Heed Edward Melcholr Charles « Hex Thomas Logan " ilium H»tnn:ond John H Hubert John G. Hlrzel George 8TANBBURY MCRRAk. JR. it ice that Geo rue t). Fr ra Noah O. Gray S Worrall »lor A. Mnith H. FokcI lohn A North Joli n B. Elliott Walt W'. Phillips William F. Bowen John a . Waples v.H r Samuel James 1a*aart A. Jenkin* utnu 11 VT OTICE.—I, HARRY C. WOOD. THK l.'i tenant and occupant of the house el tuated at No. 1201 Lancaster avenue, in the Tenth ward In the city of Wilmington, county of New Caeile and Htate of Delaware, in compliance with tbe requirement» of the acta of the General Aeaembly in such caae made and provided, do hereby jnve notice that I ahallappiy in writing to the t onrt of Gen» ral ^a-l na of the Peace and Jail De liver. of the Btatouf Delaware, In ami for New t aat •«* county, on Monday, the ith day of May, l'V4. being the n**xt term of *aid court, tor a lic**n*»e for «»aid honae, «h an Inp er »avern. for • he aale therein of intoxicating Honors in le»* quantitlea than o- e quart tu be druuV on the preml*e*. h d the following re* -mctiible nii/ei i of «aid dlatrlct, ot l«mat t v\«*lc«».,f whom a e MbattntUl freeholders of zaiUd district, recommend the said appllc&tics. vix: Henry T. Simpers .1. R. St awghn James Ddxan W T. Colhourne lohn H. Hanthem J. K Mermllth George Sellers K. «hjiu Michael Jo J. L. N John G. Doyle Ne*l Grant L. K Prrkina Bernard Welsh I homas Walsh Hugh Diamond Thouiaa O'Neill Patrick Lee P. Cahill Henry Erner WpVJr-mVP Thutnas Flaming >n Kd «Un F . h:noH MunaghRfi :-ar Y1 H-VHit WCuD. LICENSE A BP I t GATIONS VTIITICK -I, MICHAEL MALLOY. THK IX owner and occupant of tbe house eitu d at. No. lift) French atreet in the sixth ward. In ihecity of Wilmington, county of N'us Caatle and Htate of Delaware, in com pliaacu with the requirement* of the acts ot the fj-perat Aueinolv inat cheas' unde amt provided, do hurehy give Conçu t a' I »hall apph in » riling to tile Court of Ncn-ral »-»■ afoii» of t h» Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware, In mid for New Castle connty.cn Monday, the 7th day of M»>. law, beiuu the lievt term of said court, for a license for a said house. »» an Inn for the »ale therein of liquor* in le»s qua stir* than one quart, to be drunk eu the nremtsea. and the toliowi g ie»pret»hls citizens of said waul, at leant twelve of whom are »ubatant.lal freeholder* »«hi ward, recommend the said appllca tlor, viz; U CL idwlck fle'. W. 1 Ktteraon William McCracken John D. Adam» Kotiert S. ttriscoll 'lh.s Nh Verson Emmet Morrow >in fiael Hair .'in >• I Z -lilev Jehu t. sr.. th Jinn, a A. heliy i t'k din Htilaell ««.'k J. McCulUu l. 'wis tilasco • a>or-, In'oxlnatlng Wm. Bprineur Wm R. M f"W August Hampel William M»lloy Parry Me Conne'l Wilhelm Schneider Henry Schneider, Hugh Lynch Gen hart Ur th Cues,a Me. onaeli John Schlegel M. T. Daonucberg It. W. Mal'-nev MICHAEL MALLOY. ■\roTICE. I. HUGH LYNCH. TH a OWN - ' er and occupant of the house situated at, norlheast corner Eleventh and tAaln tslreets, in lh« olx'h ward. In the city of Wilmington, cm 1 .1 y of New Castle and State of Delaware, In t-nmpliance with the requirements nr the a' Is or t he General Assembly in such case made and provide,I,do hereby give notice that l allait apply in writing to the Court of Get,era! ses eiona of the Peece anti Jail Delivery of tho Ht»«e of lielaware, lit and for New Caatle county, on Monday, the 7th day of May, 1»D1, being the next term of said cocrt, fora itcen-e tor aaid house as an inn or 'avern, for the asle therein of Intoxicating liquors In ie»a q antllics Ilian on- quart, to be nrtin* ou fhe prcmlaes, and the following raspcc zi » of -aid ward, at least twelve 8* «fi stibrdantial freeholders of said war,', r. c , uniteud ihe said application. v|T; •uiltn H. r'rlth D. H Atkinson tieo. A Dougherty Geo M. Zimmerman R. T. U'Conttell Thomae Lynch George ''oung Jame» I » I* Daniel 1 1 i z Edward M. Edward» Geo. lllrael Geo. T Gordon Albert H. Goodnow Geo A. Palmer HUGH LYNCH. table cit* of whom u i'iliam Madoy M I t m c l Malloy hnetdi Will.elm Suhueider Jo«aph Kow Jftn.es T. Leech John B. JuslioQ Noah W. C. Ba«a Who. W. Feeuey Wtlaon Adau.s (Jet hart (i*o!haii8 John Dougherty John D Adams H Monroe Weldln „t VrOTICK.-I. JOHN F. BRADLEY. THE IN truant and occupant of thehoun «ituated at the northeast corner of Eleventh and Frencli »t r» «'ta. In the î- Ixth ward in the city of Wilmington, county of New Caatle and State uf Delaware, In compliance with tha require ments of the acta of ibe General Atteojbly in such caae m»de aod provided» do hereby give notice that 1 »hall apuly in writing »o the Cou«t of General Keselona of the Peace «nd Jail Delivery ot the »täte of Delaware, in and for >ew Ca*tlc ounty, on Monday, th* 7tu day of May, I8PI, being the nex« term of *ahl court, fora liovn*e for 9a<d hou«e a» an inn or tavern, for the aale therein ot 1 to.'dealing liquor!« lu ltnjH «lUeutitiea than one quart. i « 1*« diutik on the practises, and t» c folio''li g reaper table oltlsena of said ward, at leiu*r. t welv e of whom are suoftantlat fieenoldvra ■tend the aaid apiuiration« \\ * «*<1 , TV vli : T Punnenberg William Malloy Wilson Adam* ('ue-f k M.*i onuell Dani l Fritz laiu* & 1 1-eech \\ kill tiu .^pringsr Mi ha«i Mal u J aim)« v o n ag n a n _ _ ('ii&rle« Rxmab«rg«f Edward Qi«« 0 o fr*d*rlck ^. Helra P- JL AtMnioQ John W. K.eitstabet R^'hU *JTr*»cls Huch Lynch Joeeph W. Row JamrS Mehars V ïîtADLSY. L. V. Nlcholaon John hl. »oloiuoD M. F. Hayden Geo. W. • ee»ey Allen W. Cloua Martin J. Frank R. FaUeraon j A WhlUrafi Jame. H. H«wall ou.