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The Secret of Strength.
(In 8 Acts.) UC V » *r / - V / k r* y «'.« VJW L, m v"ocl 1st ACT. I he Samson Bros, now appear To show their strength and lack of fear. . . ° , , Men Ol muscle - Strong cincl sound J ust the same the whole year round J By tho use of Johann, Hoff*S Malt Extract. One dozen bottles give as much strength and nourishment as a cask of ale, without being intoxicating. Insist upon the Genuine, with signature of " Johann IIolT " on neck label. None other is "as good." Write for pamphlet. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Agents, 153 & 154 Franklin St., New York, 0 i. 'A & j V« iß H wm 'S«, A V «■>< i on in LOCAL SOCIETY NEWS. Number of Wedding An nouncements for This Month. THE EVANS-LIND8AY WEDDING of Took Place at 8t. Andrew*« Church Is»at the Night— Brilliant Reception at Itrlde'ft Home at Augustine, at Which 400 People Were Present - Other Events of Interest to Wilmington People. AU communications Intended for Insertion In this column should be addressed to Society Editor, core of the Evening Joeknal. Com munications sh ould he written on one side of the oauer onlv E One of the prettiest weddings ever ■witnessed in this city was that of Harry L. Evans and Miss May L Lindsay, which was celebrated iu St. Andrew's P E Cbmch last night. Rev Charles E Murray, the rector, ofliciated. The church, which was decorated with lilies, palms and other blooming and decorative plants, was crowded with fashionable and handsomely dressed people. The bride wore a beautiful gown of Duchess satin, with trimmings of old point lace Her long veil was fastened with a cluster of orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Jennie B Lindsay, the maid of honor, wore a lovely gown of white mousseline de soie, trimuitd with cbiilon. Instead ot a banquet she carried a handsome white fan. • Miss Clara Limîsay, Miss Helen Dare, Miss Rebecca McDowell. Miss Mattie Perkins, of this city; Verner, of Philadelphia, and Miss Mary C. Brumley, of Newark, N. J., were bridesmaids, frock of white mousseline de soie, trim D>ed with liberty satin bunches of daisies, two La France roses and two pink sweet p»sa. The ushers were W Allan Lindsay, Victor B Woolley, John H, Evans, Ada u K. Luke, J Edward Palmer, of WilmiDjr ton, and Frederick Muleiiburir, of Read ing, Pa. T. Howard Lewis was best ■ At 7.30. John Craig, the organist. Miss Julia E Each wore a charming Two carried man. played the march from "Lohengrin," and tbs bridal party entered the church. The ushers came first, followed by the bridesmaids and the maid of honor. The bride, leaning on the arm of her father, who gave her away, brought up the After the ceremony the bride and rear groom left the church first, followed by the maid of houor, then tue best man. Tbsse were followed by the bridesmaids, the ushers being last A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs David Lindaay, at Augustine. About 400 guests were present from this and other cities. Fredsrick Grant, nephew of the late General U 8 Grant, is visiting friends in Newark. W. Frank Sharp lias returned to this city from a visit to his parents, at Georgetown. Daniel Phillips and Clarence Boyer, of Smyrna, were guesta of friends In this city yesterday. KWilliam Wood rode from Dover to this city on a bicycle, yesterday, to visit friends. " Miss K*te Garrett,of North East,is the gnest ot her sister, Mrs. El wood Stewart, in this city. Mr. and Mrs Homy Donaldson, of Christiana, visited Wilmington friends yesterday. Leslie Vance, of the City of Mexico, is visiting relatives in Wlimiugton. Miss Lena Craddock, of Chester, visited friends in this city yesterday. William Hutchens, of Dover, is the guest of friends in this city. Dr, William Davis, of Dover, was in town this morning. Col H. C Pennington, of Seafoid, was in this city to day. Hugh C. Browne is in Elkton to day. Joseph L. Cavender went to Smyrna this afterncon. Martin B Burris has returned from Uiddletowu. Miss Bucher, of Bou'der, Col , is the gne*t of Mr. and Mrs George Janvier, on Frankiiu street. Cards sre out announcing the mar riage of Miss Anna Rawley, Jauehter of William Rawley. to James 8 Klee, on Wednesday evening, April 35. at the home of the bride, Long Bridge, near Smyrna Miss Charlie Smith, of this city, lias been visiting her sister, Mrs. Allen, at Clayton. The wedding has been announced of Misa Eliza Virginia Scott, damr-'ier *>f Mr and Mrs Sewell P. Scott, of No. 808 Jefferson street, and Dr. Charles fl The ceremony will take place I Walters on Thursday, April 23, at S o'clock p. m in St. Paul's M. Ë. Church. _ E R. Martin, of Seaford, was in this I city to-dav I 1 ■ of "Class Onward," Mrs Samuel Harris, teacher, will give a concert in Brandy wineM. E Church, this evening at 81 o'clock I _ I The engagement has been announced tk of Miss Nellie B. Dura, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry F. Dure, of No. ÖOO bl West street, and L Scott Townsend, of the Security Trust and Safe Deposit Company. r 1 Rev Thomas E. Terry, of St Paul's M Church, will deliver a lecture ou "The C.e ot E Folks I Live With as l See Them," under the auspices of the Woman's Home Mis sionary Society, of Ep worth Church, to morrow evening. John J. Dougherty, the well known Wilmington actor, who has appeared here in A. Y. Pearson's plays, and closed the .eason last month with Katie Emmett in • Killarney," has returned to bis boxe | ,la here for a short visit. The Kvolutlou Of medicinal agents Is gradually relegat ing the old time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the true remedy see that it is manufactured by the California Fig SyropCo , only. For sale by all leading druggists. _ AMUSEMENTS. i; .in it O, laaersall. The residents of this community should j not neglect the opportunity at the Grand Opera House to-night to hear the most I brilliant of American orators, Colons! Robert Q lugersoll, in one of his most fatuous lectures, that on "Shakespeare " | This lecture is one of the most scintillât j ing, facinatlug and inspiring of tbs great I Colonel I natural orator's productions IngersoU's discourse ou Shakespeare is a 1 transcendent specimen of rapturoas | eulogy. But the colonel backs up his admiration with reasons, whereiu Shakespeare's greatness lies. He points out the many merits by which the I Bard of Avon oiitmeasures all other | He shows interpreters of humanity and nature. No one who admires human greatness I should miss this event I * Joshu» Simpklui. "Joshua Bimpkius," a strong rural I comedy drama, will be seen at tho Grand I Opera House on Friday. While It is I billed as a comedy there are several I startling scenes and situations in it, and I wonderful realism is shown In the great I saw mill scene in the third act. The ex I cellent music of the orchestra carried by I the company perfects several musical I specialties that are introduced during I the action of the play by different mem- I ners of the company. | E H. Sothern, the comedian, will ap-I pear at the Grand Opera House on Satnr- | day, presenting his new play, "Sheridan, the Maid of Bath " The play deals entirely with incidents from the life of | Richard Brinsley Sheridan, the famous I writer of comedies of one hundred years | of at of to the of is the in was from the mar of on the near lias at of *>f 808 at OlocioBSti. Cincinnati vs Chicago; at fl SL Louie, Si. Louie ve. Pittsburg. K. H. Sothern ■•I ago "The Princess Bonnie." In more than one respect does "The Princess Bonnie," at the Chestnut Street , resemble Mr. "The Little Ty Theatre. Philadelphia Spenser's first effort, The latter work was so fortu nate as tobe patroniz'd by a class of people who rarely visit a theatre, and "The Princess Bonnie" is drawing the same class of audiences The thoroughly pure, wholesome character of Mr Spen ser's operas, appeal strongly to the very best class of people From beginning to end there la not a word or a sugges tlon iu "The Princess Bmnle" which eonld offend the most sensitive. C '"tl ™ J5. ■ . I the 21 instant. With Kyle s famous Ice Cream for season of 1804, has no equal. It is made from pure cream and not ad'il I terated, always smooth and of a rich I flavor and manufactured at the_ old | reliable depot, northeast corner Sixth and Orange streets, by John Kyle, successor to Charles Kyle.__ I Will Open un Next SnturdAj, When You Move. Send your carpets to Electric Carpet Cleaning Works. 409 Orange street Telephone 721. Conwav & Reinhart, Mgrs No. 813 Washington street to No. Vll Washington street. Dr. J. Paul Lukens has removed from SPORTING NEWS NOTES. The Phillies again defeated tbe Wilkes barre club in Philadelphia yesterday by a score of 22 to 5. Baltimore defeated Erie 10 to 2 A. 8 Melxell, a long distance bicycle rider, and Alb»rt Shook, who claims the championship in that, vocation, are about to make a match for a six-days' race. The National League championship season will be opened tomorrow as fol lows: At Baltimore. Baltimore vs New York ; at B iston, Boston vs Brooklyn;! at Washington. Washington vs Phillies; at Louisville. Loulsvl'le vs Cleveland ; if COXEY MEANS BUSINESS Will Stay In Washington Until Congress Promises Work. is er A PEACEFUL DAY ON 0ANALB0ATS . 1 Tile New Knglaml ('oelfngcnt of the Com monweal Arrange, to Leave Heston or Mat nrday Recruits hrein New York stat. Will Go by Train. G keen Spuing, W. Vn., April 18.—On« long day of floating through the beautiful ly picturesque hill country of northwest ern Maryland was all that the Coxey navy bad to chronicle in Us logbook. The twt bargee secured by Coxey for the enual trij from Cumlierliinil to Williamsport moved out fully loaded from the bead of tin ChesapeaVe anil Ohio canal basin at iiik)ii I with Coxey in command of one, and Car) I Browne commanding the other from tin I forward deck. tI u wa »i |k » 11 picture <>f victoi I Hugo, the ragged form« «warming lik* I rat« over every foot of the craft, and rough. w,,d . loo l k 1 i,,K f T e ?; fn,m r? 1,1 1 h f 0,3r b ,*'L r I peering through the cabin window« hkt I the victim« of the old French galleys. Hut ' m,,rtyr * n,,d w '' r * luck'." for they walked no more, and each hour carried them nearer the goal of tbcii hopes—their "White City"—where tin government printed money like bill post 1 ere, and where they expected to help in making the printing presses revolve mon ii term, "playing In I rapidly. Crusaders Enjuy siestas. The trip was uneventful, tin the West Virginia elde of the river the blue, hazy I , " f ."'f Alleghaulea loomed up, I tIxroujglx which fainter ridges were »ecu ■ beyond, and close at band the north bank of the canal rose in au almost continuum* I rocky hluff sometime« 15u feet high and 81 clothed with pines, through which the I WArm 8Utl ultereu clown on tue weary I floaters, taking «em lcataleptic sleep after winter in tk cir weeks of battling with crossing the mount ans. Pennsylvania had bl 'en their \ alley 1 orge; Maryland was proving their Yorktown, with the r new «»<1 of promise in the District of Columbia just beyond. 1 The newspaper men followed the com* moiiwcalcr* iu « Lout of their own, panning C.e army when the latter hauled up 10 miles east of Cumberland for dinner, which was cooked ou the bank, and being re passed late at night, when the press boat laid to at this place to transmit dispatches across the Potomac. At all the locks and settlements Browne stopped to distribute bis pamphlets, but there was no meeting ot importance, and the chief meeting ol the trip is expected at Hancock on Thurs | ,la >' '»K' 1 ' DpIpcUvph In Covey'« Crew. WASHINGTON. April 1«. —While the police authorities of Washington are not making known their plans in advance they are lay ing active preparation« to receive General Coxey and hi« commonweal army. Two mem tiers of tho detective branch of the force—Officers Quinlan and Boyd—were sent to join the army at Cumberland and are doubtless Hailing the canal enlisted un der the banner of "Death to Interest on Bond«." Their business will l>e to make the acquaintance of any criminal« who may Ik* enlisted In the ranks and to learn the true inwardness of the movement if it j conceals any sinister designs. Colonel Redstone, tho local agent of the I commonweal, visited police headquarters to lulxir with Inspector Hullinlierger and convince him that the purposes of the " | movement are beneficent. He represented j that the crusaders are all law abiding men I and declared that they would remain iu I town but a few hours. The inspector de a 1 dined to take stock iu reincarnation and | denounced the array, He I what neither militia nor courts could do— | scattered Kelly's army. Bare Itonglis of fered but little shelter from a Missouri Kelly*. Army Drenched. OMAHA, April 18.—Old Probabilities did I valley rainstorm. During the entire day I the men clung to their camp in the timber near Park's mill. Uniu fell in torrents for a time. The militia occupied the only I buildings in the vicinity and would not al I low a Kelly ite to enter. As a result the en is I tire command wit* soon drenched. When I the shower ended, the sun came out warm I and bright, and the army gat bered again, I mud besmeared and bedraggled, and some I thing of a feel ing of desperat ion developed, by I General Kelly was in Omaha, where he I bad been nil day, and his return to the I camp at nightfall was anxiously awaited I by the men. | When Kelly went back to camp, he took #100 in cash and three wagons loaded with provisions that were provided by theciti ap-I zenB „( Omaha. Shortly after Kelly's re | t, uru the rain began fulling steadily, of | Butte. Mon., April 18.—The Butte con I tingeut of the commonweal army, which | styles itself the Montana commune, did not start for Washington ns per arrange ments, Marshal Hogan concluding to wait for the Cœur d'Alene division, which num bers 400 and which will arrive in Butte to day or tomorrow. The Montana com mune numbers over 6<X) and is fairly well equipped and provisioned. Committees from local latxir organizations raised by subscription about #0o0 in cash and #300 worth of flour and bacon. The commune intended to take the northern route, but the Great Northern strike caused them to abandon that idea, and they will now travel via the Union Pacific. at The Montana Commune Delayed. Mr. Ty of and the very Twenty Carloads start l'.a»l. San Francisco, April 18.—The second regiment of the industrial army started east iu 20 Southern Pacific box cars for Mojave, where they are to lie turned over Ice fo t||( . AtInlltk . Iin ,i Pacific. The total cost It of the transportation per car is #KX). The I ^ , ml ,|,. ,,,, of mechanics, rich I ftm , CHre i, wu taken In selecting the old | QUotoof o,^ the police taking pains that and ^ vitUms ami professionally unemployed to element „ as eliminated as far as possible. I The city pays the expense« to the east .'illations that the men were upon repre attracted here by false hopes of obtaining wotk and have no means of returning home. street Mgrs The Now F.ni;land Army. Boston, April General M. I. Swift Vll and Commaiuler-ln-chlef Fitzgerald of the I New England nrmy of the commonweal from by a bicycle the about .ClALSO* /> e Aq<* Fb«' |*»i/ir\« fol i,» New i relfliP' I ■ " ; c plexjW The result of 80 years' practical experience treating the skin. For Sole Everywhere; J Cokes, 61 . 00 . WAfthlngton. Uk purjiort 1 m that tho nrmy will not dislwnd, but will permanently en camp at Washington and be maintained there until CQtiRtvHft eitherpaaneathe leg»« hition he de*tferf or adjourn«. He i« mak ing ample preparations to »lay nil summer if necessary. In Iluffelu \\ ill Semi a Company. | |,j Bun vi.o, April is. Buffalo will haven I 'legation at Washington when Coxey*» I commonweal get« there, but il will not be I made up «»f men who have walked. There I is a movement ou foot here to organ l/e a I He company of men who are in sympathy I of will» the avowed objects of Coxey** army. | Tin st- men will be join 1 b] ^ gMnpat^f from Hochester and will go to the capital I by train la time to Join in the protest [jury AgainMt interest bearing bonde and the oth er thing« Coxey consider« obnoxlou«. . 1 . I A I man is in Kochester now recruiting the I company there The llrsl uni ting of the | promoters »«, held last night. A nun* lier j of local Knights of lailsir are at the head I of the movement, mid they say there will | be a big delegation from the two cities. 18 BALTlHOItK, April IS. J he Bohemian I commune of the army of the commonweal has been organised here. Sl\t> fourre»! | dents of northeast Baltimore joined, each TO one paying in cents for the privilege, do soph linage WHS the organizer and slated that the army would leave fur Washing A Uegli cut of Xaltors. ton on Monday next. I he men are mainly tnilors and will be called upon to pay their own expense». Connecticut Cominonwealers Walling. H AIM ! (dill, April 18.—John .1. Joyce and I lohn K. Reilly have received word from I J. J. Bennie of Boston, one of the lenders of the New England industrial column, to I mise n contingent in this city, and they | expect to have a company of 60 men to Join the column when it passee through Hart ford. Another addition will he made in New Britain. I HENRY S. IVES DEAD. lie Wu« Known an "Tin* Nupolron of Fi uanoe** In Wad htrppt. Asheville, X. C„ April 18.—Henry 8. Ives, "The Napoleon of Finance," died here. Mr. Ives reached Asheville about two months ago from Florida In an almost dying condition and has hardly left his lied since. He leased a splendid residence fn the snlmrlis and lived quietly with his wife and a few servants. Tho cause of death was consumption. H. S. Ives began business with nothing iu 1880 anil failed in 1887 for820,000,1XX). He vaulted from a t*i it week clerk'« stool to a railroad president's chair in less than five years. He was lit tle more than 20 years old when lie lirst start led Wall ter .^street by hi« <lnr ^ ib^ing operations In ■v j * 'iiK'immti, Ham ** ton *kd Dayton, / /mm mfttely obtained poss('««ed of the I road. Having got it HENRY S. IVK8, fcheC., H. and D. in his grip, be manipu lated the stock to suit himself. He talked millions ns glibly as most persons talked dime«, lie next turned hi« attention to the Baltimore and Ohio and then to Rich mond Terminal and Richmond and Dan ville. For months he was the bright, particu lar financial star, worrying men who were trying to be homed in their dealings. The firm was Henry .S. Ives &Co. when it went under. He was indicted, ami a lot of civil suits were filed against him. On the civil suit he lias been on #25,000 bail anil was confined in Ludlow Street Jail for several months. In the end the civil suits were settled, and he also escaped punishment ou the criminal charges. He was a lavish spender of money and gave princely entertainments in his home in Brooklyn and ou his steam yacht Tlllie. In 1802 he was married to Miss Helen Ger trude Sears, the daughter of Roland Sears. Anderson Will He Conflrmsd. Trenton, April 18.—Nothing wits done in the Anderson matter, but his conHrma tiou as supervisor of the slate prison is a I foregone conclusion. The Mercer county I Republicans are now trying to induce Senator Skirin to withdraw his opposition. Should they succeed, the confirmation w in J be unanimous, and it looks us if this would be the result. ^ niMluimom and the Urakeman. Newark, N. J., April 18.—Au action against the Pennsylvania Railroad compa ny for #10,000 damages was begun here by | Bob Fitzsimmons, the pugilist, who al leges that while on the defendant's road lost week he was assaulted by one of the company's brakemen. He claims that the damages arise out of loss of reputation. Five Sien, Five Hone*, Five Empty Cell*. ARKANSAS CITY, Kan., April 18.—Five men heavily armed rode up to the jail in K county, O. T., leading five horses. The men overpowered the jailer and liberated five prisoners, each of whom was given a horse. It is supposed that all of these men belong to the same band ot outlaws. Ml** Tracey Wedded. New Brighton, N. Y., April 18.—The wedding of Mr. Frederick W. Corse of Philadelphia to Miss Caroline Ruth Gol den Tracey took place here at Christ's Epis copal church. he re did v to by but to JOHNSON CAPTURED. Special dispatch to Evening Journal. Dover, April 18 —Fred Johnson, «Hat L«zarus, who stsanlted Mrs John W Jenkins at Knaton, on Monday, was cap turedjat Hartley last night, and was brought here early this morning and laud* d in jail At 8 o'clock Sheriff W J Duke«, Deputy Sheriff Thomas Loocker man.Cons'ahleJuhn McHale and Detectlts N. H Hutchins took the prisoner over to State's Attorney John R. Nicholson, ana there be waived a requisition. He was then taken to the station by the above named men, and carried away to Fastoa on the 8,35 train The prisoner offered no resistance but avows he did not commit the deed. There are. however, two eye witnesses. The sheriff and his men thought there would be no tronbie iu getting the pris oner to Easton. Reports from Easton to day say that there are ro threats of lynching the man There will be no Interruption to the due process of the law by tbe people of Talbot county when be is delivered by the Delaware authorities. Ho will be tried in court as all other accused people are. There never was a caee of lynching in Talbot county. Sheriff Dukes and hi* deputies have done more than rout ne official work In locating and having arrested this negro Flanked Shad Dinner. Matthew Brothers entertained a few for cost The the that east the of their friends at a planked shad dinner to-day at their cafe on Wert Third s reel near Market nine pounds Itj ounces. Tbe shad weighed . DEALING OUT JUSTICE. Bof Pr (nouers at (»over Severely lieprl* inaiided Ity (be Chief Juntlce and Ula «-barged. of of at and Pprctal (V»rr«'«ponilnnce Kvenimc Journal* DoVEH, April 18—But ll»tle wa« done In the Superior Court here yesterday. |,j tho crmo of the HtAt* ▼». George B. Dennis, white, Indicted for an assault to commit murder on Reynold« Cook, also white, pleaded not guilty, but afterwards I changed bis plea to guilty of an assault, I He was sentenced to pay f 100 line, costs I of prosecution and be Imprisoned for | twelve mouth«. I inaon, indicted for larceny, was made a [jury tiial. Th© cas« of the State V« Marahall Rob A verdict of guilty was I urought against him, and he was sen I fenced to pay costs of prosecution, psy I |>4 restitution money and to be In. pris | oued for three months j William Whitaker. Indicted for I assault and battery, was found guilty | and sentenced to six months' imprlsou an ment. Three young colored fellows, aged 12, 18 and 17 years, respectively, were I arraigned for Ureeny of goods from a atom st Felton. The a* to* nev general | stated to the judges t hat owing to the TO uth of the culprits that he would drop the ease. The chief Justice, aft er severely reprimanding the buys, diicberged them Three white men were arraigntd before the court just before closing ou the in dlotmeut of larceny In Milford hundred, G The case was carried over. The funeral of Mrs Margaret Roe, I mothe «- ot Dr. Thomae C. Roe. living near I town * waB l»rgoly attended yesterdav afternoon. Rev. Dr W I, S Murray and I T. I*. Terry, of Kt 1'aul a M. E. | Church, Wilmington, officiated, of The Ariel (.eaves Fort. George U B. Hill'» «chômer yach* Atiel left the wharf of the Harlan ard HolIingHWorth Company this aflernoiTi )or New York I he tug Norfolk Hhs was towed out l y A PM.K FACE pour blood U come« from ■ Moot). Your . a needs to l*e enriched ■ ami vitalised. For ^,,1 this there's nothing in nit the workl «o thor ghly elfectlvo Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Children who are weak, thin, )>ale, mid are made 1 W' . *i, MW puny strong, plump, ami robust by tho "Discovery." Its e»|ie einllv adapted to thorn, too, from it* pleas ant taste. It's an ap|ietinng, restorative ton which builds up nee*led tl**sh and strength. In every blood-taint or disorder, if it doesn't benefit or cure, you have your money back. Dr. IL V. Pntnrz: Dear Sir — 1 will say that I used the "Medical Discovery" for my little girl, and she is entirely well. I cannot praise your medicines too highly. You may n*t assured that you will always hate my support. Postmaster of A 1*1"a. Perry Co.. TYnn. rosy, i" I « The BEST Route Wb A5)W OOY fc lürcstRu^s The Great Health Drink Sttfe, sure and reliable. Always on time. A pleasure and a delight. Com fortable, enjoyable. HIRES* Rootbeer» A 35c. pkg. maker 5gallons. Hold everywhere. Fend Sc. HiBji for pktar«- car*la aud hook. The ( has. K. Hire. Co,, I'liiliidelphia. a I I in J ^ by | al the in a of To Order. Yoa'll look a long time be fore you dad the equal in value, stylo, fit and finish which we put in our $2C and ♦25 Custom SuitB. We in tend to make this the largest season in this department wo have yet had. Watch this space. You'll see some prices which will influence you in ordering. Remem ber we guarantee every thing satisfactory to you in every way. I. W. GIBNEY, TAILOR, CLOTHIER, EIGHTH AND MARKET STS. W was and J to ana was but there pris that the to I V* I by be 1 I ki and ne I ' will leave Fourth "tre*t Wharf, Wilmington I dally, *»undaya included,7.30 and 10.30 a. m.. 1 and 4.15 p m. I J^ave Philadelphia. Chestnut Street Wharf, few | .50 and 10.15 a. m., l.SOand 4 p. m. Stop both va) satt bester on all trips. Passengers going on the boet* can pur chase ticket* good to return on the B. * O. R.H freight received all day at Philadelphia and Wilmington and carried at the lowest rates- », SHOES. If you want good Shoes Cheap go to JOHN J. HAYES, 13 E. SECOND STREET. UILAUELPUIA PAKSK.-XGJt.tt 8 It AM BOATS. Commencing Saturday, March 31st. 1884. STEAMERS CITY OF CHESTER AND BRANDYWINE dinner Third mmmmm m DO YOU ? Do you observe the law. of life? Do you take good care of yourself at tall time*/ Do you always tue clear judgment instead of often acting upon Impulse? Do you carefully guard the life and health of those who are dependent niain your Do you atop to think when you feel chilly have a tough, a hesdathe or a tired feellliK that it mean» duniter t Do you know that a little rare amt caution at the right time will avoid all these thin ire and put yon In a strong and good condition again? Dtyon know that the best physician*,sclen tlete and Die leading people m the land reeom mend a pure etlmulaiil an the only thing to take nt euch timen? Do you not know that th»ro le hut one pure medicinal etimulant In the world, namely. DnITy'n Pure Mall, and that II le popular wholly heoan<e of Its merlin? Do you not underntand that a drngglnt nr grorer will try to eell nomethlng cheaper and Inferior breauso he ran make more money upon It, when you are entitled to have the very best you can get and precisely what you call for? Do you not know that If you follow the ntig gentians given alnive you can keep yourself In perfect condition and avoid all possibility of colds, chills or the sicknesses which come at thin Mine of the year. t 'ceding! y « xnilXRINKKTX. G WAN l> HOUSE. WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 18. LFCTURE BY OPKKA COLONEL ROBERT 6. INGER80LL. Subject: HHAKEMPKAHE." GUAM? OPERA HOUSE. FRIDAY. APRIL SO. JOSHUA SIMPKINS. The Saw Mill Scene I'll© Ur«At sMi>«rlaid «©. Tl»« Hpri'lal Srunpry. I«ook for dip dinat I'aratlp at noon, GUAM? OPERA HOUSE. SATURDAY, April 21. Mr. K. H. Hotlietn, under the Management of Daniel k'rohuian, IN SHFRIDAN, OR TUB MUD OF B\TH. 4. " Prices ». QO. 75, |l, piiopoaaisN. » .. FOR II \ ' UNO, aLHO FOR bl rk jinviiur. Se«U«l propmsl« will he receive» by (he Board of Directors of the Street and -ewer Department until April :4. p. Hi.. I"l lilll ItliK tl 'WH abolit 14,0 o> ar«l« of lb iwhm block p* veinent, more or le*m, also for IohOIiik amt hauling Iron gutter pinte« and caHtlng«, per ton« according to specific«Ilona, u hh h may he obtained at the ofllce of lb« »IcpmM iiMMit. The light to reject any and all bids 1» reserved. By order of the Hoard of Dinctora. HARVEY J. WILKY, Hi-creiary. 1 KKGINTKR'N OHOKHN KUIHTEH'8 ORDER. R KKGISTKR'H OFFICE. I New Castle County, Del., March IslH. \ I'pon the spplh-Attmi of Jam— M. Rnuly \d mlntstrator of John F. Brady, 'ate of New i H-lle cmned, he irator aforesaid give notice of granting ol lettera of adminlM ration upon the eslateoftho dei-ensed,wilh the date of granting thereof.hj eacHing advertisements to be (MmliHl within forty days from the date of such letters In ell of the most public places of the county ol tailing all persona having «le ' H* present the same, •I abide by an a t of An^cuibly lunde and provided; and also cause the same to Insert««) within the same period In the buaper publi«he<l in t«» im coulinued hundred, in It Is ordered and Register that the Aninlnis h»i tl mnfy, de dlrccted iu such case K.vtMMi JotiHNAI, a new Wilmington, Del., and therein three weeks, (e. o. d.) Given under the hsnd and seal of office of the Register aiuresaid ! al Wilmington, in New ('astir County aforesaid, tho d*» and ye-r shove written. J. WILKINSCOOCH, Reglet e.. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that letters of admin istration were In due fn-"i of law granted unto the undersigned on the twenty-ninth day of March, A D. 1894. and that all person* hating claims against the estate of the de ceAsed must present the same, duly attested, before L. H. (othet«util n<lii)lntatrat4>r, on or twvutf-iiiclh day « >( lla'rh, IHWl, or abide th«t act of AHSumbly In toicli chhc mad© and provided. JAMK8 R. BRADY. Admiiilhtrator. A (Mr**««. K#*w raidi«. Dclnwar© the T LICENSE A PI* LIGATIONS. OTICE-I, PETER A. FAGAN. THE tenant mid occupant of lb* house stt listed at Haro's t'urner, iu rct-onl District No. 48. Now Castle hit ml red,county of Newcastle and Statt' of Delaware, In rompllsnce with the re quirements of the Met* of the General As ■embiy In such cure made and provided, do hereby give nolle* that I ahull apply In writing to the Court of General gesal na of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the Stale of Dela ware. In and for New ( 'Hst 1 1 - county,on Man day, the 7th day of May. 1594, being the next term of »aid court, for n license for sth! houa", as an Inn or tavern, for the sale therein of In toxicating liquors In lea* quantities than one quart, to be drunk on the premise*, and the following respectable citizens and substantial fn * lioh 1er» of said s* h s*l district, recommend the said application, viz: D. M. McCoy George W. P. Fisher W.;\V. Stroups ZI JohnJTavlW Jason Davss Geo. H. sdtnanson G. W. Morrison J. F. Richard C. F. Denn H . N. Bullen Isaac C. 81aw Benjamin Downey Thomas Slack, Jr. Geo. T. Hatton N I'. F Rambo W. B. Rat ledge Robert Wad »ley his ! Anrlher X Walls mark George W. Bolton William B. McCoy James Darkness PETER A. PAGAN. N m OTICE-WK. FRANCIS KELLY & CO.. of No. 103 Market street, tu the First ward In the city of Wilmington.county of New castle and State of Delaware. In compliance with the reqdirementa of the acta uf the (Literal Assembly In such ca*e matte and provided, do hereby give notice that we shall apply In writing to the Court of General Ses sion* of the P.ace and Jail Delivery of the Sta'e of Delaware, la and fur New Castle county, on Monday, the 7lh day of May. 1894, being the next term ot (aid court, for a license intoxicating liquors In quantities not ...an one half gallon, not to be drunk on the premises, the said 8rands Kelly Ä Co. Iielng licensed retailers of goods, wart*» and merenantdise, and the following respectable citizen« of said ward, at least twelve *'f whom an- substantial freeholders of said ward, recommend the said application viz: Joseph Niedermaler Thomas F. Cassidy Michael Lally Thomas Mttlrooney E. J. McManus John Wag Thomas Ksga Julius Gunther W J. Me Laugh In George Johnson D. Ruhenzer 8. J.McCalll FRANCIS KELLY m.. pur R.H and », C, Woods Gropp George t John M. Henry Hutton John Mealey George Stelnlcken Charles A. Winslow Henry Christy John Cleerl James MeeCartney Andiew Wilhelm Patrick Doherty John J. Collin* ■ I & co. XTOTICE.-I. JOSEPH WELDON. THE owner and occupant of the house «it tinted at southwest corner Ileold and LdMellstreets inlhe Second ware!, ln tue city of Wilmington, county of New Castle and Htate of Delaware, In compliance with the requirement* of the act* of the ( lettered Assembly In each cane made ami provlded.do hereby give notice that I »hall apply In writing to the Court of General bee »lotiRof the Peace and Jail Delivery "f the State of Delaware, in and for New C*»tle county, on Monday, tho 7th day of May, 18 »t, being the next term of said court, for license tor said house as an tnn or tavern, for the sale therein of Intoxicating llquore tn lea* q antitles than on* quart, to bo drunk on the premises, and tho following restieotable citi zens of said w ard, at least twelve of whom are substantial freeholders of said war. recommend the said application, viz; Michael.! O'Toole Patrick De Nash Bernard Donohoe Henry O. Koller Henri Dug John Ford Joseph E. Schorah Hugh Deoeher Miehae F. Cannon Janie* Jackson William Devine J. E. Bunting .lame» R. Reilly Joseph August James T. McHugh Charles Cannon John E Skelley, Hugh Scanlon PeU-r Welsh Patrick Bo den Joseph Oninn reck Flnerty Joseph /-inter John McBride John Cannon . Julius W. Manske AVI Usm F. Graut Thos. F. Russell JOSEPH WELDON Pat HANKING AND FINANCIAL. Artisans' Savings Bank NO. 502 MARKET STREET. Wilmington, Delaware Open dally from 9 o'clock, a. m., until 4 a, Jn„ and on Tuesdays and Mat unlay, from 7 to 8p. m. A..at*. Deposits, Snrplns, Interest allowed on deposits of money for on» or more calendar month** at the rat. of per oeut. per annum. Money loaned on mort gam.» on real estate, UKOIll.E W. RUHR, President. J. AUGUSTUS McOAULLKY. Vlre-pree'U ?.. T. TAYLOR, hec'y and Tree*. JOSEPH M. MATHER. Novenilier 1. 1893. •*«5,117.77 76:1,874.09 • 191,948.75 A QultOS KAII ROAD*. »KNNMYLVANI A RAILROAD-STAND ARD Railway of America-Protected Throughout by the Interlocking Hwllclt and block Signal System. PH I LADEI.PI11 A, W II, MI NOTON and HAD. TIMOR* RAILROAD, De* ember«, 1st«. 'I raina will leave Wilmington as follows; Philadelphia express. I 56,3 65, 4 X), « 80.7 48, TNI. 8 lid, ♦ («), 10 UR. 101«. 11 au, 11 51 a. iu.. 113 1». 1 II,. U 05, 5 04, 510, & 17. 5 68, 7 t«l. It 18 p m. Aceommislat Ion, « HU, « 55, H IM, 1U 45,11 88 a m. 13 58, £ 2ft, U 441, 5 31), 7 48, 10 8U Ubester express. 1 55, 4 in, « 80, 7 42. 7 BO. 8 50, 9HI, 1006, 1130, 1161 a m, 137, 604,6 50, 7 08, 13 p m. Accommodai Ion,« no, « 66,8 06,10 45,11 38 a m. 13:11, 3 35.3 40. 5 30, 7 4«, 10 30 pm. New York, I 55. 255, 4 80, « »I, « 56, R 60. 9 00, 18 06, 10 45, II 61 a m. 118 19. I 87, 8 38, 3 06. »5 l£ 617, 5 5«, «31 10«, 10 80 pm. boston, without l ining«. 101« am.6 56pm, Florida and the South, (via Atlantic Coast Line) 12 1» a in. 13 50 n m. New tirloan», Richmond prees, 47 41 p m. West Chester, via Lamokln, 880 am., 3 40 p m. Newark Centre and Intermediate stations, 7 40 a m. « 83 p m. baltimore and Washington, 4 36.8 01, 911, 10 15. 11 01) a m. IS IH, 18 60, II 15,3 08,4 34, 5 33. Ml HI. « W, 7 4L 8 SO p m, 18 19 night. baltimore and Intermediate stations, 8 88, 4 46, « 0« p m, anil 11 49 night. Halilmore and Hay l.lne,5 23 pm. Trains for Delaware Division leave for New Castle. H 13,1113 a m. 8 4L 4 30.« 09,8 60' 9 61 pm. 13OR night. Lewes, 8 13 a m. 4 87 Express for Dover, Barrington and Delmar 8 IS. 11 03 a m. 4 87 p m, 18 01 night. Harrington and way stations only, 8 41 p m. Express tor Wyoming, 6 50p m. Expross fori'ai>e Charles, Old Point Com fort and Norfolk, 11 08 a m. 1* 01 night. ileave Philadelphia, Broad street, for Wil mington. express, 3 6n 7 30 7 86. 8 81,9 10, II I« a m. 13 10, 413 35, I 30, 1 59, 3 4«, 4 01, 4 4L 6 UM 30,65«, 6 17,8 55,7 40.11 00,11 16.11 88 pm. Aoeominislatlon. «30. 7 33, 1088 a m.l 83. 3 38, 4 08. 4 87. A 33, « 33. Ill IH. 11 88 p m. Sunday Trains- l-esve Wilmington for: Philadelphia, e*|ireea. 1 55. 3 66, 4 80, « «0,9 DO, 06,11 51 a m l 37. 8 06, 504,6 R 5 6«. 7 06. 7 85, 9 13 p m. Accommodation, 7 00 .8 06 a m, 18 10 , I 46, 4 05. 6 Nl. 10 80 p ra Chester, express, 119k 4 80, R 60.9 00,10 06.I1H % m, 1 87, 6 04. 6 6d. 7 II«, 9 18 p in. Arromoti; dat lor. 71X1,8 06 a m, 18 10, 146,4 06, 6 80,786, 1080 pm. New York, express, 166, 8 66, 4 80, 7 00, 8 60. 101». II 61 a in, 18 10, 187. 3 06. 4 06. 46 10 6.66, Ml 31, ? IK. 10 91 p in. Host*'; " l'I" r changs, 6 5« p m. v »w Orn-,..». Richmond ana Danville ex ists. 17 41 p m. West chaster, via Lamokln, 8 06 a m, 1 ai p m. New Castle,9 61 p m, ISIM night. Capo Charles, Old Point Comfort and Nor folk, mil night. Middletown. Clayton, Dover, Wyoming, Felton, Harrington, Hrldgevllle, Heaforo, Laurel and Delmar, 13 01 night. tSSr For Florida and the South (via Atlantlo Coast, Line) 18 4 * a ra, 12 60 p in. balttmore and Washington, 4 86, 8 01. 10 am. 13Ig, I860, 6 28. 46 08, 741, 8 80pm, ght. Î1IÉP bsiitmore and 11 4M p m. Leave Philadelphia mlngton. express. Ml. and Danville Ex i. 1USII in ■ and Intermediate «ta Ilona, fl (M Broad street, for Wll da, Krosil street, for Wll iiKion, express, 3 60, 7 80, 9 10, 11 18 a m, 18111, 4 41, 8118. 6 65. 7 4(1, 886, 1106, 11 18 1183 pm. Accommodation, 8 35, 10 88 a m, 18 86,2 06, 6 10,8 38. 11103. 11 68 pm. For further Information, passengers are re ferred to (tie ticket office at the station. ALTIMOUE * Ü OHIO RAIL ROAD. Schedule In otrect Feh. 18. IMS. Trains leave Dela ware Avenue Depot East Round, t ort Kxtirea» tralns.( New York, week y»,l3 03,18 81 17 311, to, llU3«ara: 11234 18 4U. 16 36,17 89.11100 & !!! Sunday*, 13 03, ■'1,11(138 am: 18 49, 15 35. 17 39. Ill tl) n m. PHILADELPHIA. TWF.N AND L'HKSTNCTSTS. Week i J -In ii! TY - FOURTH days, 13 IU, 5 46, M 31,6 36,17 80. 7 60,18 40, 9 16. 10 38, llu 36, 111 50 a in; 113 34, 1 26, 13 49, 3 30, 4 66.1686. 6 3L IT 39, S 85, 10 00, 111 00 p m. Sundays, WUH. MM. «86,750, 9 00, 110 36.11 40 m: 13>,l2 4*.i, 3 30, 4 66, 16 86, 6 31. 17 39, 9 26. Ill00.Ill OOP m. PHILADELPHIA. KET HTREET8. Week .lays, 18€8. 1« 81, (7 30, 18 4U, 110 35, sm; 12 49.1 7 39,111 (X! p m, PHILADELPHIA, Sundays, 18&,HI 81,110H am: 13 4», 17 39. Ill OU pm. . I bester, week davs.13 HI. 6 45, (fl 21. « 36. 17 .Tl, 7 50. 18 4(1, 9 16, 1*1 »1. 110 36. Ill 60am: 136. If 49. 3 80, 4 V*. 16 36, « 31, 17 3». 8 26. Ill 1X1. Ill 00 p m. ('bester, Sundays, 13 08, 1« 81, « 35, 7 Kh 9111, HUT). 1140 a m; I 36, 1849, 3B0, 4 66, 15 36, « 31, 17 89,886,10 00.11109 n Atlantic City, week ; Sundays. 5 » TWELFTH AND MAH in. ■lays, 17 30 a QC 12 43, 5 35, a m: 18 49 pm. WEST BOUND, Baltimore and Washington, week days (4 47, 7 08. 18 47. a m; 118 111. (2 05, 3 lit. 14 47 IK 51, 18 13. 19 38 p m. Sundays, 14 47, 7 08, '8 47 a ro: 118 1«. 13 (ft, 8 05. 14 47, 18 fit. 111) 36 |> in. Halltmore and Way Stations, 7 It! a m, 3 1 # 0 . in it ally. _ Newark, Del., week days, 14 47, 7 08 , 113 1«, 3 05,14 47, T5 51.7 36,1812. V« 88, p m. Sunday* 14 47. 7 18 47 am. 118 It 14 47, 7135,18 12, *10 35, 11 10 p m. Pittsburg, 18 47 a tn, 14 47 p m, dally, Chicago, 18 47, a m; 14 47. p m. dally. Cluchinatl ami St. Louts. 113 *9 38 p m, dally except Sunday; 510 35 Sunday only. New Orleans, via Bristol and Chattanooga *8 18 p m, dally. Through sleeper to New Or Slagerly accommodation, 7 1)8 a nt, 8 05, 7 86 and u 10 p m, dally. Landen bt-rg accommodation, week dais, 7 Id, 11 no a m; 3 05 and 4 47 p m. Sunday«, 9 30 a m; 4 47 pm. Train* leave Market street station: Fur New York, week days, 57 10 a m, For Philadelphia, week days, 6 30, 57 10,511 a m; 8 15,9 46 p m. Sundays, 6 80, a m; 100, 3 15, 9 46 p m. Fur Baltimore, week days, 6 60 a mi 8 56, p m. For Landenberg and way ■tsys, « 60 . 10 60 a m; 8 66. 6 00 » 35 a m: 6 OU p m. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOURTH AND CHESTNUT WILMINGTON,week da>s,*4 05 p m I- 17 ... 11 10 18,8 06. I« dally stations, .. eek p tn. -Sundays, TWENTY STS., FOR «1X1,7 r, 18 16, loots 51142 a nt; 1800 «obn: '1 35. 11 44. 80) 8 15, »4 10.4 30.15 00. 56 17, 5 30,18 10,0 30, 17 38. 19 OB. 9 30 and 11 35 p m. Sundays, 14 06. 81X1, 5815, 8 80, 10 no, 511 48 a m; 18 IU noon; 5135, 8U0. 815, 14 10, 4 30, (JO, 57 38. 9 80,110 06 and 11 36 p m. LEAVE TWELFTH AND MARKET Weeks day, 13 46. 5 7 65. 511 8«. a m; 13 54. 17 38.18 4« t- -. Sundays, 53 46. 57 66. 511 « am: 53 54,57 2*. 19 68 pm. lelephone No 198. Rates to Western points lower than via any other Uno. C. O. SCULL. GenT Pass. Agent. R. B. CAMPBELL. General Manager. ♦Congressional Limited Exprès» trains com posed entirely of Hallman vestibule Parlor and Dining Cars. Noextrefare. (Limited Express Train*, composed of Pull man Vestibule Parlor Cars, Vestibule Pon ■teuger Coaches and Dining Core. No extra fare. •Richmond and Danville Express, (No coaches.) »Dining Car attached. , _ _ g. M. PREVOST. J. B. WOOD, General Manager. General Passenger AgU a ILM1NQTON AND NORTHERN RA1U ROAD. Time table In effect November vv 19th, 1893, _ _ Train* leave Wilmington, French street station, for B. A O. Jonction, Montcbanlo, terthnr, Guyenconrt,.Oieanogue. t'oeeart, ''hadds' Ford Junction. Pooopeoo, We»t Cheet-r. Embreeville, MorUmvlile, •tile and Intermediate statlona, dally. Sunday, at 7 35 a m, 8 36, 4 45 and 63 Sunday only at 8 07 a m; 1 15 .4 60m. For Waynesburg Junction, Kpringfi-'d and Intermediate stations, dally, except 8 today, it 7 .H a m, X 36 and 6 86 p m. Sukdsye only at 807 a m, 116 and 4 B*> p m. For Joanna, Hlrdsboro. Reading and Inter mediate stations, dally, except Sunday, at 7 35 a m and 836 p m. Sunday only at 8 07 a m ami 1 15 u m. A- O. MoC AUSLAND, Snperloteftdeot, BUWNKSS BRIGGS, Geu, 1 a~engai Agent, W ! Coatee except 15 p ms