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Pleasant Reception to Dr. Hul burd and Family, Last Night. DANÜE AT EDEN HALL TO-NIGHT Kojoyable Affair Hy the Monday Night Dancing Class -Delaware l.oclge Meu Knterlaln Their Wives and Friends. Other Event. of Interest to Wilming ton People and Their Friends. All communications Intended for Insertion In this column should lie addressed to Society Editor, care of the Evbniko Joijknal. Com munications sh ould be written on one side of the turner oulw A formal reception was extended to Rev. Merritt Hulburd, the new pastor of Grace Church, and family, by the mem bars and congregation of the church last night The reception was held In the Sunday school hall, which wss prettily decorated with palms, ferns, lilies and hydrangeas. A floral screen was placed before the platform, and Dr. Hulbutd and family and several official members of the church sat in front of It. After a selection by Grace Orchestra, J. Taylor Gauss mede a speech, intro ducing Dr. Hulburd and bis family to the people. The choir sang "The Pastor's Welcome" and Presiding FJder drees of welcome wss made by William M. Field, to which Dr. Hulburd responded eloquently. After the addresses each member of the congregation was person ally introduced to Dr. and Mrs. Hulburd and their son and daughters. The trns tees of the church assisted them in receiving .A number of the members of Spring Garden Church, Philadelphia, of which Dr. Hulburd was formerly pastor, came to Wilmington in a special car to attend the recep.iou. They were: Mr and Mrs. F. A Pennington, Mr. and Mrs. J. D McKee. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Breuiser, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Duugon, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hammer, Mrs. Abram Cox. Mrs J. H. Smyth, Mr. and Mrs. William L. Boswell, Mr, and Mrs. James R. Harris, Mr.and Mrs Thomas Bohannon,the Misses Bradley, Miss Anna Cox, William C. Stevenson, Thomas Bradley, S. S. Miller, John McDonald, J. H. McClure and A. 8. Bare. The reception closed by the singing of ''Coronation" and the beaedietion by the pastor. Last evening Delaware Lodge, No. 5. A. OU. W , gave an entertainment and banquet to membets, their wives and friends in Eden Hall. About 250 people were present. Addressee were delivered by Past Grand Master Work man William A Reynolds and Rev. T. E Terry ;«nd Rev. L. E. Barrett. A program composed of local talent, which consisted of vocal and instrumental music, was rendered to the satisfaction of the listeners. While the co Dation was being served Grand Master Work man W. N. McCormick made appropriate remarks. C. A. Burns, superintendent of the Union New» Company, in this city, is visiting in Baltimore. Robert Penlngton was in Philadelphia last evening. Wilmington Conclave, No. 22, I O. H., will hold a reception in Its new ball in the Masonic Temple to-night. The reception will be the format opening of the new conclave room. Mrs Emma Pester, who has been vis iting friends in this city, is now spend ing a few weeks at Morton, Delaware county, Pa. "Ma Sweet and her family" will be present at **Ye Wesley Olde Folke"enter tainment which will be given at the Covenant Reformed Episcopal Church, Third and West streets, this evening. prayer was offered by L. K Barrett. The ad Frank Sweatman, of this city, is in Dataware City to-day. J. A. Walters, superintendent of the Baltimore aud Ohio railroad shops. In in Washington. Professor Webster's Monday night dancing class will give a dance In Eden Hall to-night. The hall is being beauti fully decorated with potted plants and Bowers. An orchestra of six pieces will fnrtiish music, per will be served. George M. Eddy aud wife, of Seaford, registered at the Hotel Jennings last evening. Clerk of the Peace William M Dickson, ot Dover, was in this city to day. Horace Brinton, ofgWest Cheater, Pa., wts in Wilmington last evening. Christopher L. Ward and George W. Bush, Jr., will spend the summer in the country. They have rented a mansion house near Harvey station on the B & O. railroad, engaged a housekeeper aud will take up their residence there In a day or two, expecting to derive much benefit from the pleasures of rural life with the riding and driving accompanying it. J. H. Draper, one of Philadelphia's spx edy tandem riders, is in town. After the dance a sup A formal reception was extended to Rev B F Jester upon bis return to this P Church last city, Hi the First M night. It was under the auspices of the Endeavor Societies of the Christi«! First anJ Second M P Churches. miy Everybody takes * box of Kyle's cream home because it carries further and remains firmer than any other or ism in Delaware, try it and be convinced of the fact, and fuitber has that rich D«U»aWc tact* na ether hae. Vote for George VV Goodiey, Republi cs.'! nomination for sheriff, April 38. it Found Hanging In the Cellar. Hudson, N. Y'„ April 19.—Mrs. JohnHul bert, au estimable laffy, committed suicide iu Chut bum while temporarily insane. She was found hanging by the neck in the cel lar ot her house. Senator Vanrc'i Successor. Asheville. X. C., April 19 —It is under stood that ex-Govcrnor Thomas J. Jarvis wifi be formally offered tlie senatorial ap pointment. His ncceptauee is doubtful. Fated lllock n.irnrd Again, Cleajifielp, Ph., April 19.—The princi pal business block Of West Clearfield was •destroyed by fire for tho third time in the liistory of the place. Gladstone Indisposed. London, April I!».—Mr. Gladstone is In Via. - f of a I 1 -J J * - This young lady examines tlie young Scholar. " Johnnie, where is Carlsbad ?'* " Part of it in every drug store in the United States." " How do you make that out?" "Tlie Carlsbad Waters ore. "What have they done for you, that yon know ao much about them!" "Why, they have cured papa of his dyspepsia, and in the place of a cross father they have given me a kind and loving parent." Dyspepsia will spoil tlie most angelic temperament. Too much idle inactivity of the liver will start it. Try the Carls bad Sprudel Salts or use the imported Carlsbad Waters. A standard, a never fading remedy. Tito genuine have the signature of "Eisner S Mendelaotr 3o., Sole Agents, New York," ou every boUlo. Sprudel Salts and the LIGHT WORK OF DOVER COURT, Criminal Cases Are Disposed of and Only Two or Three the Civil List. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Dover, April 10.—Yesterday virtually euded the session of the Superior Court of this county, as far as the criminal docket is concerned. There will be some three or perhaps four cases on the civil list that ought to come up for argument This has been one of the lightest sessions known for a long time, and the carious gazer will be able to witness the usual "hugging of Red Hanna," in the jail yard on Saturday, by only one person. The case of Patrick McMami, Henry Rider aud John Mitchell, all white, in dicted for breaking into the dwelling of George K Knight, of Milford, with in tent to commit larceny, was first taken up The prisoners pleaded guilty of breaking iuto the building, but not for the purpose of stealing. They were sentenced to one mouth's imprisonment and to pay the costs of prosecution. Spencer Fountain pleaded guilty to the larceny of one drag barrow from Wil Ham Deputy,and was sentenced to pay the costs of prosecution and |(t restitution He was also sentenced to three money. months' imprisonment and ten lashes. Major Thompson, indicted for assault with Intent to commit murder, pleaded not guilty, But be was found guilty aud sentenced to pay a fine of f.TOO, to pay cost of projecutiou, one year's Imprison ment aud to stand in the pillory one hour on Saturday next. In the cases of Joseph Bailey, Harry Parsons. Isaac Booth aud John Bailey, charged with assault and battery, bail was forfeited and capias was issued The court met at 3 o'clock, but ad journed immediately till 10 o'clock this morning. The liquor licenses will he gone over on Saturday next. Diamond Lodge, No. 0, A O U. W., of this town, presented Charles B Pretty man with a handsxme Workman's badge last evening Professor J. E Carroll made the presentation speech aud Mr. Pretty man responded to It very feel ingly. The badge was purchased at 8 H Baynard's, Wilmington, and was a handsome piece of jewelry. 23c. Try a roasfdlnner at A. H. Alnscow's, Nos. 707, 709 Shipley street. QUEEN ANNE RAILROAD ASSURED. No Further LegUlative Action Neccicar j. School Teacher« to DIicunn Educational Topics. CRNTRKYII.LK, April 19—The line of the Queen Anne railroad has been sar veyed from Queenstown to Chestertown, nearly the entire right of way for con struction secured, and sufficient stock subscribed to make the charter effective No further legislative action is necessary The teachers of Queen Annes' county will have a two day's session on May 3 and 4. when educational topics will he discussed by the members and lectures given by Miss Cole. Professor Prettyman and Professor Hatnmell, of the State Normal School, and others. The Prohibition party of Queen Anne's county lost night held a convention iu the Town Hall in Centreville and were addressed by Frank Tucker, of Balti District committees for organi more. zatlou were appointed and a plan I for an earnest political campaign formulated. FILED A CAVEAT TO A WILL. Ada Jewell, Wlf« of Kev. Isaac Mrs. .lew «II. Claims Her Father Was of Un sound Mind. CSNTBKVILLB. Md., April 19—Ml». Ada Jewell, by her husband Rev. Isaac Jewell, has filed a caveat to the wlllof her father, the late Richard Carter, claiming that when the will was execu ted he wss of unsound mind, and that undue influence has been exercised hy other heirs. The Evolution 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 itTs manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co , only. For sale by all leading druggists. _ Well-Known Morocco Manufacturer Dead William T. McNeelev, the junior member of the morocco firm of McNeeley & Company, Philadelphia, and who was well known In this city among morocco men„died yesterday morning at his home in Philadelphia He was a leading mem her of the Morocco Manufacturers' Asso ciation of Philadelphia, and of the National Morocco Manu'acturers' Asso elation Death was due to congestion of the brain, as the result of an attach of grip. Deceased leaves a wife, two eons and two daughters. No fear of pim ples, if you use Woodbury's^ 9 ^ Facial Soap.!^7 Sold e v e ryw here, 3 cake« for $z oa Prepared cnly at the John H Woodbury Dermatolog ical Institute, 195 Wcat 43d Street, N. V Send xo cent» for «mail cake toep, and i£>page INTERESTING TIMES AT POCOMOKE. otic and to for to W, til ed in of Presbyterian .Ministers Hear Dr. Marks Preach In the Oiliest Church In the Country—Next Meeting at yew Castle. Pot'OMOKB Citt, Md.. April 18.—The New Castle Presbytery, comprising the State of Delaware and the Kastern Shore of Maryland, met in Pitt's Creek Pres byterian Church, Pocomoke City. Many matters of interest to the presbytery were discussed by ministers and laymen. There were about sixty five ministers and laymen present. Delegates to the General Assembly which meets in Saratoga, N. Y , were elected as follows: Ministers—Revs E.W. Long and J. D. Blake; elders—E. G. Polk and G. L. Bair. The business docket of the presbytery was about cleared this afternoon, and to-night a popular meeting was held, which was addressed by Rev. W. P. Swartz, of Wilmington, and S. W. Rel gart, of Salisbury. This meeting was held in the interest of missions and the temperance cause, and was largely at tended. Newcastle, Dei., was selected as the next place for holding the October ses siou of the presbytery. To-morrow morning the presbytery in a body, to gether with a number of residents, will board the gasoline boat, William A Win ant, and go to Rehobotb, eight miles below Pocomoke City. Rehobotb is the old landmark of Presbyterianism. Rey. Dr L. Marks, of Wilmington, will preach in the oldest, Presbyterian chnron In this country. Rev. John Sim onson Uowk is pastor of Pitt's Creek Presbyterian Church, which is enter taining the presbytery, and slso cf the old Rehobotb Church. AMUSEMENTS. "Joshua Hlmpklns." Reno and Ford's successful four-act rustic comedy drama,"Joshua Simpkins," comes to the Grand Opera House to morrow night. The play is said to ue in much the same vein as the "Old Home stead," "County Fair," aud other like productions. There is an abundance of good, wholesome comedy in the play, aud many pleasing singing and dancing spec iaiities. There is also seme excellent descriptive music by a line orchestra car ried by the company. Wonderland Mu««« Theatre. To morrow will be souvenir day at the Wonderland Muse«, basides seeing a big show every lady will receive an ele gant present worth twice the price of ad mission. Last Friday afternoon over 000 ladles attended this popular resort. Riddle's Chapel Need, Faint. The board of mauagers of Riddle's M. E. Sunday school, at Kentmere, met last evening. They decided to have the chapel repainted. MARK TWAIN FAILS. The Hiimori.t'« Fiibllnlilug Company A«> «Igli«, With Heavy l-tahllltle«. New YoitK, April 19.—The mudgnment of Samuel L. Clemens, known over the en tire world as Mark Twain, and his part ner, Frederick J. Hall, who compose tlie firm of diaries I,. Webster & Co., hook publishers at 67 Fifth avenue, w-ns filed in the county clerk'» office. Tlie uxnignee 1* Bainbridge Colby of 40 Wall street. The assignment was without preference, and the deed was signed by Mr. Clemens Iu this city. It was stated that his residence is in Hartford and Mr. Hall's at Far Hock away. The assignment was a complete surprise and Is said to be made on account of the failure of the firm to obtain money which they confidently expected to get to meet obligations just maturing. The liabilities are supposed to be about 1200 , 000 , amt Mr. Clemens is personally responsible with his partner. His individual means arc said to be small. The business was started by Mark Twain to escape the exactions of publishers. He thought the publishers made too much money in proportion out of the authors, and after he had acquired fame and some capital he proposed to get all the profit thex-e was out of his own books. 1'ofttiiiiiMterft Nominated, WASHINGTON, April 19.—'The president Rent the following nominations of postmas ters to the senate: New York—Louis C. Ilowe, Oswego; William n. Bttakla, Weodaport; 1 m\ m k . Fall ay, W< it* field; Kenneth L. Knlven, Montlceilo; H. IMlny Karl, Gouverneur; George W. Drake, Corning; Adalbert D. Payne, Bainbridge: Erostns F. Hall, Norwood; Patrick Guinan. Lima; James Patrick Lillis. Albion: Kelly, Middleport: Molford G. i'. Obrien. Holley: Oeorifo H. Brown, ('Hilton; Edwin M. Slayton, Port Byron Caleb T. Smith, l«li|>. Pennsylvania—Charles 8. Clark«. Erie; D Morgan Cox, Dowlngton. Will Call Out »light Thousand Weavers. New Bedford, Mass., April 1».— The striking weavers of one of tlie Wamsntta mills, who have been out on strike for nine weeks, decided to tiring the struggle to an end by calling out the operatives of all six mills. Should the scheme prove success ful, 8,000 operatives will be affected. Compulsory Vaccination. BROOKLYN, April l».—Fifty vaccinators, in charge of two physicians of tho health department and accompanied by a large number of policemen, were sent to the Hod Hook district, South Brooklyn. The physi cians vaccinated about 5,IX)0 people. , Killed by an Unknown Hun. Hazleton, Ph., April 19.—Paul Granger died in the hospital here, adding another murder mystery to the already long list of crimes of this character In this region. His skull was fractured by an unknown H ungariau.__ Strain Yacht Wrecked. Cape Cii.vui.es, Vu-, April 19.—The «team yacht Arthur Mallon. owned by George W. Kugler & Sons of Philadelphia, was wrecked off Back river. Captain Heath cote and Engineer C. M. Derrick were res cued. ___ Wilson Will Retorn to Work. Dalla», April 19.—Congressman Wilson says in a letterthat his health isltnproved, and that he will go to Washington at once via New Orleans and look after the VV ti son bill (lending In tho senate. liertha Treat Insane. Bangor, Me., April 19,-Bertha Treat, the deaf and dumb girl who Assaulted her rich uncle with a hatchet in Frankfort some weeks ago, has been adjudged insane and taken to the asylum. Indicted For the Gan* Marder. Woodbubt, N. J.. April 19.—The grand Jury Indicted Patrick Kerwin for man slaughter. Kerwin has been under arrest for several weeks, charged with murdering Charles Ganz. Tagletgh—"Wo man s » hero to his valet, W«gl«1gh—'LeaLdet's beef girl you know." was to her maid."—Hallo. DIEU. TUCKER—In this city, on l»th testant, Ti,„to PAUL REVERE'S RIDE. Boston mid the Surrounding Town. C«le brat« a N.w Hobday. Hostox, April 19.—Thousand* of patri otic citizens crowded tbc thoroughfares adjoining the old North church when the chime hells in the tower of that historic edifice were run« for the first time in half n century. Lanterns were hung exactly a. history says they were huit# by Sexton Newman US years ago tb warn 1'aul He ere that the soldiers of Kins' George were attempting a landing. The houses in the vicinity were Innig with Chinese lanterns and hunting. The patriotic small hoy was on hand with cannon, cracker and fuse, and all the fea tures of a glorious Fourth of July seemed to have Iieen conceutrated In the north end for the time being. The old edifice itaelt was clothed in American colors, ami lucky were those who gained admission. The most imposing feature of the service came last, when the great congregation rose and joined in singing "America." The historic ride of the famous Paul Re vere on April 19, 1775, from Charlestown to 1/exington was reproduced by Hohert W, Sise of Medford, clad in an historical costume similar to I In a worn hy Kevere and mounted on a black cXirgcr. Sise went over the exact route of the original ride, and so far as could la? gathered from his tory he carried out every movement of the ride of a century ago. Following history, no stop was made un til he reached the old Koval hotel, Med ford, where a mock drum corps was arous ed into activity. They started for old Med ford, crossed College bridge, and with bourse cries and beating of drums were supposed to arouse the residents ns Paul did in days of yore. The corps then gal loped to the liraddock house, the oldest structure & tlie country, and aroused a counterfeit General liraddock, who, with his make believe mlnutemen, turned out ami joined in the excitement. At the Hancock house, Islington, tlie terminus was made, and utter a consulta tion with the counterfeit Dorothy Quincy, who was supposed to warn Dr. Warren and John Hancock, the ride was ended. Tlie towns all along the route celebrated in true patriotic style worthy of the days of the revolution. 7 up by any and ay to ing are at are to 0 » 11 CONDEMNS BRECKINRIDGE. Tlie Sorlul Purity L>agiu« UrgM III« Ihiihp dint«* Ontracliim. New York, April 19.—The following statement was issued hy the National Christian league For the Promotion ol Social Purity: In view of Mr. Breckinridge's elevated rank of statesmanship, his high position in the church, an expounder of morals in schools, hon ored in society at home and abroad as the re spected head of n family, who has been disclos ed to the eyes of the whole nation as a hypocrite in the church, prominent deceiver in his high official position as a statesman and a violator of every sacred relation In the home and family daring the past decade, and Whereas, The National Christian league For the Promotion of Social Purity, believing that tlie safety of the church, the very life of the home and tlie integrity of the state depend upon individual purity, and that the standard should bo the same fur the man as for the woman, and earnestly striving by organized effort to elevate such a standard and thereby accomplish that which is for the best Interests of the race: now be it Resolved, That the National Christian League For the Promotion of Hocial Purity appeals hereby to the manhood and womanhood of the nation to recognize in W. C. P. Breckinridge the commou enemy of the church, of the home, of the state and of society at large, and that they bo urged us an imperative duty, as well as privilege, both by preconcerted action and by individual effort, to teach the lesson that "the way of the transgressor is hard." and thus to make his life stand out as an example and a warning, lest condonation lead to corruption, and corruption sap the vitality of the church. Injure society, imperil the home and destroy the nation. _ I'atcrsmi Striker« Again Ugly. Paterson, N. J., April 19.—The Pater son strikers are again making demonstra tions of violence. At Verinorel's dye works they assaulted the workmen when they left tlie factory. The |iolice, who were prepared for a riotous outbreak, had surrounded the workmen to escort them home. The strikers attempted to break the police line, but the ringleaders were at once arrested. The remaining strikers then attempted to rescue their comrades, but they were beaten off by the police. Big Fire In Montreal, Montreal, April 19. — About (MO,000 worth of property was destroyed by a big lire starting iu the works of the Imperial Waterproof company. Two firemen were partially suffocated, and a fire brigade horse attached to an engine was killed by a collision w ith an electric car. A Schoolboy's Suicide, Hautfokd, April 1».— Harry Haye«, son of William Hayes, a farmer living in West Hartford, committed suicide by shooting himself iu the head. The boy was u bright little fellow, 12 years old, of a very sensi tive nature and had been severely reproved aud punished at school. Colonel Drexcl's New Yacht Arrive«. , Lewes, Del., April 10.—The steam yac])t Bemlramis arrived at Delaware breakwa ter, 14 days out from the Madeira islands, with all well on board. She was immedi ately boarded by her new owner, Colonel A. J. Drexel of Philadelphia, with a party of friends. Lawyer Copeland Gets nail. Indianapolis, April 19.— W. H. Cope land, who ahot Lawyer Harris and Liti gant Bruning in the law office of Harri son, Miller & Elam, was released under 65,000 iMinds. etiarged with shooting with intent to kill and currying concealed weap ons. TERSELY TOLD TALES. Tippoo's son and many Zanzibar Arabs have been killed by Arabs. The poiie addressed tlie Spanish pilgrims and bestowed bis blessing. The United States cruiser Chicago ran aground at Gibraltar, but got off safely. A free silver man was elected chairman of the Oregon Democratic state convention. The mayor of Chicago dismissed three captains aud two inspectors of police for cause. The Merchants' hotel, Bangor*(Ma., was gutted by fire, and six persons were seri ously injured. Workmen of Y'ork. Pa., threaten trouble if colored men are employed in building the street railway. Signor Crispi apologized to the chamber of deputies for Ids heated remarks to the "people's deputies." The supreme court of Michigan has unan imously decided that, the state inheritance tax is unconstitutional. A hearing was In-gun in the probate court at W estervelt, K. L, to determine the sanity of Amos Cross of Jamestown, now confined in the Butler hospital Furniture upholstered sod carpet» clean ed on short notice by Valentine & Htuby, No, 118 King street, Telephone 812. Go to Wllmington Photograph Oompsnv TIEUP COMPLETE. Or.nt Northei Are Out Now on th. Whole Lriigtll of the I,Inc. Mi Sr. P.U'L, April 19,—The order for the rent Northern men to strike at Minne apolis has l.i-eii issued It at first read foi 7 o'clock this pioruing. but was later changed for 1 o'clock this morning. This means that the entire system will he tied up unless the restraining order of the courts can get it running at once. The temporary restraining order issued by .^idge Sauhoru calls for a hearing in Ids city on April "7, at which lime the leaders of the strike are to show cause hy they should not Is- pent— m- nt 1 y re strained from "disabling or tî-.iderlng in any way unfit for immediate und eon nieut use any other pro pert y of the com puny used by it In interstate commerce, and from interfering and obstructing the operation of any portion of said railroad engaged in such commerce or its telegraph ay stem." This restraining order was turned over to deputies by the United Slates marshal, and they went out in force on two traius. lese trains had an engine at each cud. so that even had the strikers wished to Inter fere they would find some difficulty iu do ing so. The r,-|H)rls received in this city from points along I he Hue of tlie Great Northern are much of t he same tenor. The meu are announcing their peaceable intentions, and at the same lime, without great violence, preventing the running of any traius and the making up of nuy new trains. North Dakota points that are supplied with mall and provisions over the Tirent Northern are complaining vigorously over their Iso lation. Three unsuccessful attempts were made to start a train at Moorehead, Minn. At Grand Forks, N. I)., all was quirt. Tlie passengers who readied Great Falls on the last train five days ago have been cured for by the company, but they received their Inst meals from that source yester day, the company notifying them to that effect. 0 » 11 SYsUPfncs D N OXß ENJOYS Both the method and résulta when Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant md refreshing to the taste, and acta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys lem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the Dnly remedy of its kind ever pro 4need, pleasing to the taste and at .'optable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in i iffects, prepared only Irom the most lealthy and agreeable sulwtances, its Many excellent qualities commend it to all aud have made it the most popular remedy known. fey nip of Figs is for sale in 60t and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on baud will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. it * CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL . iniiisviuc. rr. HfW YORK. H.Y SWEET PEAS. All the finest va rieties in sepa arate or assort ed colors, by the package or pound at . . . J. J. SMITH'S, FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS WERY KINO OFCURTAIN FIXTURE 3 7 Y the the V^) /// lW I t • 2 The L«rgMt Stock of Shade* lo the City Spring Roller Shad cm, *31,25. J7J4 and 50c each The inland AOrtdmde« an* oil cloth. Bent r brio BMWt, T8o t-ach. Plain Haml-I'ainted Bhadtw made and hunt:. 55c- «ach. Our Specialty, Shade« Made to Order. We also handle Bancroft*! "Sun Fa«t." Holland*! (formerly •'hockaonla,**) French Chiffon. Lace Border, Duchea* I*are, Rustic, Corded and Florentine Shade*. The Beat Gouda at the liowest Price«. I : IJH1LÂDELFH1A PASSENGER 1 BOATS. Commencing Saturday, March 31st, 18P4. STEAMERS CITY OF CHESTER AND BRANDYWINE Will leave Fourth street Wharf. Wilmington, daffy, Sundays Included, T.3Ü and KUO. a. m.. 1 and 4.15 p. m. Leave Philadelphia,Chestnut Street Wharf. ,3u and 10.15 a. m., I.» and 4 p. m. Stop both ways at Chester on all trips. Passengers going on the boats can pure chose tickets good to return on the B. Ot O. R-B. r » k WHY DID YOU SEE, GRADY'S NEW SHOE EMPORIUM, N. E. CORNER THIRD AND KING STS. ji„ s one « U8T CALL and be con vinced that ne carries the finest stock of Tiadies', Cents' and Children's Shoes of any house in the city and at the lowest prices. It will repay you to examine his stock bo fore purchasing elsewhere. J i PH 7 »3 IS • 13 10 5 Polite and Obliging . . Attendants . INVESTORS,LOOK! A Chance to Make Money Lots for Sale at a Bargain. p 7 ♦6 4 » > 11 5 4 Northeast corner of Broome and Front streets. Southeast, corner of Fourteenth and DuPont streets. Northeast corner Ninth and Frauklin streets. Southeast corner Eighth and Harrison streets Northeast corner Ninth aud Harrison streets. Southwest corner Tenth and Hsrrleon s(reel*. In faet, any desirably-located lots yon cm find by applying to HEALD&CO m. B. SHARP & CO. 10 * 1 a MOURNING AND BLACK FABRICS. Henrietta, Konvent 41 Marvllteua, OMhmtm. Veiling, I>rwp «I'AIiiim, Courtine M Crap (iron lira Ola* Klmdamm Ardmnra, HmIIii fl'l.TOD, Dudln« Cloth, Trliirat ta, hat hi Luxor* bi a ikuilr. ME 8 Tfce Best Black Goods to Bay. The Best Black Goods to Wear The Best Assortment Here. Fourt,h amt Market 8t.s «IWIISKMKNTI», GUAM) OPE It A HOUSE. FRIDAY. APRIL 21. JOSHUA SIMPKINS. b- The Haw Mill Hcc ne, fhe Great Hperlaltl«*. Th« H|it*riiil 8oen«ry. Look for Die Or cut Tarait** at noon. I WONDERLAND MUSEE THEATRE* Ail Thin W«iek. The Knrooeen HeniuKion BEROL & BELMONTE, (irt'iil 11 vjHiotl«!'♦ mill >1 ln»! Hffidfr* $Aii() to produce their uel. And the Only Vaudeville show Id the cl tv worthy of ooiiHlderHtluo. r 13-BIG AOTri-U. LICENSE APPLICATIONS. -I. R. J. FOUOKRAY, THE XTOTICE iA owner ai <1 tin* house eltu stod in the School District No. 10 Christiana hundred, con ut y of New ('autle and 8tat** of Delaware, in compliance with the require ments of Hi«' JirtH of ÜM CMMVtl Assembly in such case ms de and provided, do hereby give notice t^at I shall apply In writlnK to the Court of General Sre Miousof the IVaceand Jail Delivery of the Stale of Delaware, in aud for New Castle count)', on Monday, the 7th day of May, 1HB4, twin* the next term of said court, for a license for said house, as an inn or tavern, for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors in less quantities than one quart, to be drunk on tlie nremtses. and tlie following respectable citizens and substantial free holders of said school district recommend the said application, viz: George II. loeech John H. SicCaUlster Frank H'dlcn 1 bornas Brown Thomas Davis A. Heiser f ustus II. Biarinz Benjamin S liam B. Carswell «lohn Lynn George W. Phillips Miles McDermott diaries T. Brown Isaac F. Wilkins Levi 1*. Boss John Hearn Thomas K Canning J L. Sc honwald Joseph H. Brown Joseph P Ross J. H. Hog. r Jette Au W1 J. B. Neal Tnomss McDermott F. 1>. Crawiord I'attlck Healey R. Faust F..H. J. FOUOKRAY N m OTICK-L PKTEH A. FAGAN. T HE tenant ami occupant of the house »Itunled at Hare'« Corner« in fcc^ool District No. 4M. New Gantle bum! reel «county of New ('«Hile aud Htate of Delaware. In compliance with the re quirements of the acta of the General As sembly ln such case made and provided« do hereby give notice that 1 shall apply writ mg to the Court of General 8e«al nu of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of Dela fnr New Cantle county,on Mon Ml ware, in and •lay, the 7th day ot May. 1394. being (he next term of «aid court, for a license for Slid house, as an Inn or tavern, for the sale therein of In toxicating liquor« In le«a quantities than one quart, to be drunk on the premises, and the following respectable citizens and substantial freeholders of said school district, recommend the said application, viz: I). M. McCoy G w.;w. Stroups Jason Daves T. F Ramlsi VV. H. Rat ledge Robert 'Vodsley bis : AurtherK Walls mark George W. Bolton William B. McCoy James Harkness George W. P. Fisher Johu'Tavlor Geo. S. 8 dmanson G. W. Morrison J. F. Richard C. K, Denn H. N. Bullen Isaac C. Slaw Benjamin Downey Thomas Slack, Jr. Geo. T. Hatton PETER A. FAGAN. XTOTK'E-WE. FRANCIS KELLY & CO., i> of No. 1« Mark«! street. In the _F|r«l ward In the city of Wilmington, county of New Castle aud Stale of Delaware, In compliance with the requirements of the act* ot the General A»*embly ln auch ca«e made and provided, do hereby frtve notice that we shall apply In writing to the (*ourt of General sen* aion* of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the 8ta*e of Delaware, In and for New Oaatle county, on Monday, the »th day of May, 1894. being the next term of tald court, for a license to sell intoxicating liquors lu quantities not leas than one half gallon, not to be drunk on the prendre», the «aid Francia Kelly A Co. being licensed retailers of goods, ware« and merchantdUe. and the following respectable citizen« of said ward, at least twelve m whom are eobatantlal freeholder« of »»aid ward, recommend the »aid application viz; George C. Woods Joseph Medermaier John M. Gropp Thomas F. Cassidy h Henry Button Ml chÄÄl John Mealey S? 1 ** 01 "* George Stelnlcken E. J. McManus Charles A. Winslow John IN Henry Christy John Clcerl James MacCartney Andiew Wilhelm Patrick Doherty T-.K*. f • r Thomas I Julius Gunther W. J. McLaughdn George Johnson V. Bubènrer o UI.C.1II =aae HANKING AND PINANOIAL Artisans' Savings Bank NO. SO! MARKET STREET. Wilmington, Delaware. Open dally from V o cloak, a. m„ until 4 p. ji„ amt on Tuesday* anil Saturdays from T to s p. m. Am« ta. Deposit«, Surplus, • *8/1,117.7» 78:1,874.0* • 181,843.78 Interact allowed on deposits of money tor one or more calendar mouths at the rate of « per rent, per anumu. Money loaned oa morlgaaes on reel estate. GEORGE W. BCHHVPresldent. J. AUGU8TÜH McÖAULLEY. Vlow-prsat. K. T. TAYLOR, Hec*y and freos. JOSEPH M. MATHER. Auditor November 1. 181». RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA RaI LEO AD-STAND i ART) Railway of America—Protected Throughout by the Interlocking HwItch and Block Hlsnal Syntem. PH 1LADELPH1 A. WILMINGTON and BAL TLMOKK RAILRÔAD, December 34,1893. Train« will leave Wilmington an follow«: Philadelphia «xpreas, 1 55, 2 55. 4 20, 8 DU, 7 43, 7 511, H 50, Sou. 10(15. hi 18. II». 11 51 *. m.. »3 (», 1 Ht. H 115, 5 04. 5 111, 5 17, 5 56, 7 (16. » 13 p nu Accommodai Ion, « I»), B 55,8 06, In 46,11 88 am. IS 83, S 35, a 4d, 5 at. 7 48, 10 111 p m. Theater express. 1 66, 4 », « »I, 7 43. 7 60, 8 60, SIM, Hilft, 1130, 1151 a m, I 37, 5 04,5 56, 7 o£ • U| p in. Accommodatlon.5 nn, 8 55,8 06,10 45,11 32 a m. 13 83, 2 35,3 40, 6 81, 7 48, It 80 p m. New York, 1 55,256. 4 »I, « :»), 6 65, 8 60, » 00. 10 05.10 45, 11 51 -■» - -V"* 5 17, 5 66, *1131 ; III, III« Boston, without cha . Ù 2 10 .' 1 87', 2 IS), a Oft* *6 iul 10 So pm. Boeton, without change. 1016 am, 5 66 pm, Florida and the South, (via Atlantic (Joiïst Line) 13 111 a m. 13 50pm. Orleans. Richmond prem, 77 41 p m. Went Chester, via Lamokln. 680 am., 8 40 p m. Newark Centre and Intermediate elation«, 7 4(i a m, « 33 p m. Baltimore and Washington, 4 36. 8 01, » U, 1015. Ill«) am. 13 «4, 12 60. II 14,3 06.4 »4. 6 28, ♦6 OB, 6 58. 7 41.8 II p m, 13 1» nlgüt. Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 3 38, 4 45,6 OH p in, and 11 49 night. Baltimore and Hay Lins, 6 28 p m. Trains for Delaware Division leave for New Caelle.8 13,11 13 a in, 3 41, 4 30, t 00, 6 50 1 » 51 p m. 13 06 night, lew»-, 8 18 a m, 4 27 p m. Express for Dover, Barrington and Delmar > 13, II net a m, 4 37 p m, 12 01 night. Harrington and way sUtlons only, 3 41pm. Express for Wyoming. 6 50p ra. Express for nape Charles. Old l'oint Com fort and Norfolk, 1103 a m. It 01 night. Leave Philadelphia, Broad street, for Wil mington, express, 8 51), 7 », 7 26, 8 31, » 10,10 11 18 a m, 13 10, ♦13 35 l ai, 1 53 8 46, 4 If, 4 5 IB. 6 30, 5 66, 8 17,6 65,7 40, Il Kl, 11 1«, 11 :tl Accommudatio 4 ». 4 37. II 33. 8 38 Hundav Train , IU New and Danville Ex ■ 4L , n nn, I pi n i.i u in, 11 » p m. n. 8 ». 7 83.11)38 a mj 23, 8U3. , 111 IB, 11» p m. Leave Wilmington for: 4 «I, 8 511.9 », ITilloilelplila. express,! 55, 3 65, 4 •), 8 Hi 10 06,11 51 a in 1 87, 3 UTx. OuaTfi 1M 68, 7 1«, * 13 o m. Accommodation, 7 U). 8 06 a m. 13 10 1 45, 4 (ft. 5 SO, III » p m. Uheeter, expreae. 1 65.4 ». 8 50,9 00,10 05.11 il a m, 1 37, 5 04, 5 56, 7 06, 0 13 p ra. Accum»«* dation. 7 (Kl, sut a m, 12 111 , 145,4 06, 6 », 7 35, III »pm. New York, express, 1 85, 2 66, 4 », 7 00, IIMI5. It 51 n m. 12 III, 1 37, 306, 4 05, « 1U ♦6 21 , 7111 , Ilian pm. Boston whip mu change. 5 W n m, N "« in tea,m, Richmond and Danvtlla ex ii pm. Uheeter, : Ü, • 60, ME 0re«O7 41 Wi*t 8 ai U m. New Conti«, »61 p m. 12(16 night. ( 'ape Chari««, Old Feint Comfort folk, 12 01 night. Middletown, Clayton, Dover, W Felton, Harrington, Hrldgevtlla, Laurel and Delmar, 13 111 night. For Florida and the Houtb (via Onant Lin«) 13 48 a m, 12 511 p m. Baltimore and Waxhlngton, 435,801,11) a m, 121)4, 1251). 528, ♦6 08, 7 41, 2 20pm. night. Baltimore amt 1141) 1 «XV» via Lamokln, 8 06 am, and Nor fomhii Boafiird, Tn« nl to and Intermediate stations, 6 06 p m. Philadelphia, Broad street, mlngton, express, 8 50, 7 », »10. Ill» a in, 1210. 4 41, 5U6. 5 56, 7 40, »26, 1101, 1112 11 88 p m. Accommodation, »36, 10 88 a m, U 36.3 06, 6 10.8 38, 10 08, 11 38 pm. For further Information, passengers are re ferred to the ticket offlre at the station. for fHb pALTIMORK At 1» OHIO RAIL ROAD. Hchrduleln effect Feb. 18. ism. Trains leave I )>■!« ware Avenue Depot K««t Bound. I or 1 Exprees train« New 7 ork. d«vs. 13 03. 16 21 17 ». 18 40, 11(1» am: 112 24 13 4». 15 35, 17 3»,l 11 00 WH p. ra. Hundays, 13 03, 'WK 10 21.110 3« am; 12 4», N 16 85.17 3», HI tin pm. PHILADELPHIA, TWENTY AND CHESTNUT 8TS. Week days, HUM, 5 »6, I« 81,5 85,17 an. 7 50, IK 40, 9 16, 10 36, 110 36, 111 U a m; 113 34. 1 25, 13 4», 3 », 4 55, IS 36,2 31. 17 », 8 25, 1UOO, Hl (W p m. ndays, 13 Ul. 16 21.6 88,7 50. 9 00, 110 36, 11 40 a m: 1 35, 12 4». 3 ». 4 55. 16 35, 0 31, 17 », 8 25, io (X), Il l OU p m. PHILADELPHIA. TWELFTH AND MAR KET STREETS. Week days, 13 08, M SI. 17 ». 18 40. HO 38, a m; 13 4». I 7 ».111 00 pm. PHILADELPHIA, Sundays, 13 08,M21,110 32 am: 13 4». 17 39. Ill OU p m. ( 'bester, week days, 13 08. 5 45, 16 31. 5 36, IT ». 7 50, 18 40, » 16, 10 », HO 8». Ill 60a m; I 26.12 4», 3», 4 56. 15 36, « 31, 17 ». 8 26, 10 00 . H I 8(1 p in. Chester, Sundays. 13 OB, I« 21. 686. 7 60, 2», Hu». 1140 a m: l 25, 12 4», 3 30, 4 55. IS 35, «31. 17 39. 825. 10 00, 111 (10 p Atlantic City, week days, IT Ma au W 4». ; Sunday«. « », a in; 12 4» p m. WEST BOUND, Baltimore and Washington, week days 14 47, 7(13, 18 47. a m; 1121«. 12 06, 3 05. 14 47 15 51, 18 1-, hCISp m. Sundays, 14 47, 18 47 a m; 113 1(1, 121)5, 8 05, 14 47, I» 1», HU 35 p in Kaltiraoreami Way Stations, 7U! am.3do p. m dally. Newark, Deb. week days. 14 47. 7 02, 18 47 am; 112 18,8 05.34 47, *5 81,7 35,38 12,*» ». 11 10 pro. Sunday« 34 47, 7 08, 5 8 47 am. 312 16,8 06, *4 47, 7U5. 38 12. *10 35, 11 10 pm. Pittsburg, 3» 47 a m, 3 4 47 p m, dally, Chicago, 38 47, a in: '4 47. p m. dally. Cincinnati and St, Louts, 31* w*H*k .FOURTH a in p in 7(8, 16 dally 39 38 p tn, dolly except Sunday: 310 26 Sunday only. _ . Chattanmv» 38 12 p m, dolly. Through aleaper to New Dr. IWtDBa Slngorly accommodation, 7 03 am, 3 06, 7 86 id II10pm.dolly. Londeuherg accommodation, week da ' 7 02,1100 a in; 31)5 and 4 47 p m, Sunday«, » a m; 4 47 pm. Trains leave Market «tree! station; For New York, week days, For Philadelphia, week days, 6 » a in; 3 15, » 45 p m. Sundays, 6 », 3 15, 9 45 p m. For Baltimore, week days, 6 50 3 55, p m. For Landenberg and way days, 6 6n, 10 60 a m; 2 55, 6 a> „ » 25 s m: 6 00 p m. LF.A5 V E PHILADELPHIA. FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS.. FOR WILMINGTON.week days.34 05 6 00,73'.3| 16, 1000, 31143 a m; 12U) noon: 31 35. 31 45, 204 5, 34 10. 4 », 35 (X), 35 17, 6 30, 36 10, 6 », 17 38, nC, »»and II35 p m. Sundays. 34 06,6 0U. 3816, 6 30, 111 00. 31142 a m: 1300 noon: 3135, 3». 816, 34 10, 430, 8.81,3 7 38, 9 80, *1006 and 1186 pm. LfcAVE TWELFTH AND MARKET F31L, Weeks day, 33 46. 17 K. Ill 25. a m: 33 54L 28. 38 4« i* Sundays. 13 48, 17 66, 111 3» am: »3 54,3 7 22. 3» 58 p m. Telephone No 1B3. Rat*« to Western point* lower than via any other Une. C. O. SCULL, OenT Pass. Agent. R. B. CAMPBELL. General Manager. (Congressional Limited Exprees train* com posed entirely of Pullman Vestibule Parlor ami Dining Cars. Noextra fare. • Limited Express Trains, com man Vestibule Parlor Cars. »enger Coaches and Dining Cars, fare. «Richmond and DanvlUa Express, (No coaches.) tDining Car attached. 8. M. PRKVONT. General Manager. General Passenger Agt. New Orleans, via Bristol and H . ft 17 ID « m, . it km m I m; lort, a m: Ml stations, ..«ek p m. Sundays, TWENTY 3 1 39 on h noted of Pull vestibule Pas No extra J. B. WOOD. \»7ILMINOTON AND NORTHERN RAIL W ROAD. Time table In effect November 19th. 1893. _ ^ Trains leave Wilmington, French street station, fur B. & O. Junction, Montchanln. W1 terthar, Gujencourt, Qisanogue, Coseart Chadds' Ford Junction, Ponq»ou._ W«.t I'hcHt-r, Kmbreevlllo, Mortonvllle, ville and Intermediate stations, dally, except Sunday, at 785a m, 3 85, 4 45 and 5 3» p mj Sunday only at 8 07 a m; 1 U. 4 85 p nn For Waynesburg Junction, Springfield Intermediate stations, dally, except Sunday, at 7 35 a m, 3 39 and & 36 p m. Sundays only at s 1)7 a m. 115 and 4 60 p m. For Joanna. Blrdsboro, Reading and tn—r medlate stations, daffy, except Sunday, at 7 35 a m and 2 36 p m. Sunday only at 8 07 a m and 116 v m. r I saa on