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PRICE ONE CENT
WILMINGTON , DEL. , SATURDAY, J ANUARY 3, 1.891.
PRICE ONE CENT
Golden Wedding.
A half century of married life wus
'bed by Mi-, and Mrs. Samuel AI.
Talley, of Talley vtllo, Brandywine
hundred, Bel., on the last day of tho
old year. The family homestead,
which had been made ready to wel
come a happy bride and groom fifty
yean* ago, wo« tho »eene of Joy
festivities. Children, grandchild!
relative« and friend«, were there to
torn I or their heartfelt congratulations
this golden wedding day.
. Homo that wore not able to be pres
ent, sent Jotters of regret and best
wishes for continued good health and
prosperity. Among inn number
a brother of Mrs. Talley, a Mr. William
M. Bay, of Ben Moines, Iowa. Ho is
well remembered by many of the
Older residents of Wilmington and
vicinity, and was present
ding of Ids slater fifty yiv
letteria-ought to ;
uhriMMir»
TW* lieph
- Tkatllryr,
.
at the wod
Rty years ago. Tho
light pleasant reml
of that happy oocasiou.
ie 1 »hows, Mr. John L. Day, of
lteamng, Pa., and Mr. John Talley, of
Brooklyn, 'N. Y., wrote w«>rds of lieip
lul «Encouragement.
The time passed pleasantly In renew
ing ol«l acquaintances an«l talking of
by -gone days, for many had not
each other for year«. Rev. «
Prettyimiu, pastor of Bethel M. E.
Church, made a pleasant address. Mr.
and Mrs. Talley have been members of
\ this church all Uieir wedded life.
L-Interesting remarks were made by
(-friends who had known both bride and
groom for many years. A /poem,
written by a ffrâriddu tighter for the
read, after wh tab the
Invited to partake of a
T. A. P.
occasion,
company
bountiful repast of lee cream, cake,
fruit, etc., to which they did amplo
justice. Among those present
W. S. Talley and wife, J. Harley Tal
ley, Samuel M. Talley, Jr., Ellen A.
Talley. William F. Green and family,
Mrs. Francia D. Talley and family,
John W. Day and wife, Thos. R. I)fty,
William F. McKee and wife«, of Dover,
Del. ; John Aid red and wire, of West
Chester, Pa.; Millard Day and wife,
Thomas J. Day and wife, Churlo« W.
Day, Dr. Harvey I>ay aim wife, Wrn
W. Day, Hairy Day, Helen Day,
Surah A. Perkins. Leslie Perkins,
George T. Barlow and wife,
Lydia Forwood, Sarah Keliam,
Rev. A. P. Pretty man and wife, Wil
liam A. Talley and wife William C.
wear and wife, Henry M. Barlow and
wife, Robert Talley anti wife, Mrs.
Bsbeoi» Talley, Mrs. Karuh E. Tuitay,
Mrs. Charles Talley, William K. Miller
and wife, Thomas Z. Talley, Harry
Keliam.
One w
S OOIJJEN VVKbblKO.
What to life but ever lielng,
la tho tender Father'll ««re!
la His wisdom »Imply trusting.
Whatoo'er He «iota prepure.
lîaeh day liring» lis needed l«5»ton.
Sorrow keen or deepest Joy;
Often, too. Is Intermingled
Golden
One by
Until Fifty e
With a happy golden day.
Now in this dear homo «
Where so many memo
Bride and groom, aloe
say—"it hath
with alloy.
Un k]
fleet!«

*yi
iPreiJt
i'OU.
g life » pathway,
been well.'*
You
Looking bark, illvinojS moaning,
Cnderilestbo hours of puln;
Ami the thoughts of you
Doth return
■i pleasure,
Joy again.
Simile
Hope and glory round
For the gahhiu light ia 81
Hallowed radiai
« so hlonded.
lie;
igh.
The To
is a plucA
There tea ri»
There 1» a chain
love
no voice can teach,
power can break,
There 1» a sloop no sound
Sooner or luter l liât time will
that place will wait for your coming!
that, chain must bind you in ho.'pless
death, that sleep must fall on your
aenscs. But thousands every year go
untimely to their fate, and thousands
more leugtiien out their days by heed
fa!, timely care. For the failing
strength, the weakening organs, tho
wasting blood. Dr. Utarcc's Golden
Hedlcm Discovery is a wonderful re
storatlvoand a prolonger of strength
und life, it purifies the blood and In
vlgorates the system, thereby fortify- 1
ing it against disease. Uf druggists.
h,
«nub
Ira,
AMUSEMENTS,
Gorman's Minstrels will appear at
tho 0[>era House this evening,
will no doubt be greeted wit h a large
audience. This company is new to
this city, but como highly recom
mended by t ho press of other cities.
The Boston Ailvertlaer in speaking of
them, Klys: "At the Globo, Gorman's
p^ned tho season to a large
The first part, "Tho Lorli- .
» number of
followed by
various siHMiiulties, among the beet of
which were George Gorman in a now
ohuimleriaatiou; vocal numbers, sym
pathotic and comical, by various mem- j
nu miter of song aud donee
"'Hie Dancer's Dream"
unes somo very fine dmiclng. Mr.
gave an excellent impersona
tion of various celebrated ooonlo In a
manner seldom surpassed. Tne enter
tainment closed with a quite racy tra
vesty entitled "Tho Gamboliers," in
troducing tho whole company.
I
minsLnd
audieucf
lard Reception," presents
new features, and w
Sketche t.
trod
in
U
T . , r, „ , , . ,
A Royal Toss was presented at tho
Academy last evening by George C.
Staley and un excellent company. The ,
play Is well known in this city, but j
since Its last presentation, here-has
undergone a thorough revision, at the
hands of-John Stapleton, for sçvoral
«ISÄÄ
BCrvatory of Dramatic Art Among
the improvement» made in tbo play is
tho Introduction of a greater amount
of eoiTioily. and several additions to
tho musical features. Mr. Staley, the
star, sustains tho loading role In an
( Excellent manner, and tho entire por
formance Is well worth seeing. The 1
final performance will be given this 1
evening, aud tho house should be I
3 d. j
§ Boy Tramp" will hold the
5 thé first throe nights of next,
week.
CADKMT
„ ,
Of Dr, Simms' White Pulmonic Balsam:
Said à lady, it cured easos In my family
which ^were marvelous pures. Hhe says
it is tho boat lung medicine ever raado.
Sold a gentleman, it saved my wife j
dying from
Tligli Rocu
•ndatlmu
Erg
_ - __ . , tiou ten I
Good Butter-Low Prices. i
William H. McQaiTlty, Nos. 51, 53
And 53 Third street market, has on
hand choice creamery butter; also tub
butter equal to print. Eggs, cheoso
And poultry constantly on hand.
- - -
gutter taffy at h|W| 11 X M ;
Great Fire in New York.
Nbw Yobk, Jan. 8, 1 a. m.~ At this
hour a gi-cat fire Is raging In the block
betwèeu Twenty-eighth and Tweafcy
niulh streets on Broadway. The Fifth
Avenue Theatre Is doomed and Her
mann's Theatre will probably go. Tho
whole block is In danger. A fierce wind
is blowing, which mak
tho firemen difficult.
The liâmes
. L r , „ for miles, and
from tho Ledger Bureau tho sight Is a
brilliant one. Tlie fire Is said to have
started from a cigarette carelessly
thrown down by a supernumerary.
Reports just received indicate that
thoro is no hope of saving the block,
and there is some fear that tho fire
may spread. Tho Hturtovant House,
Broadway. I« said to have been
three times on lire, and, should the
liâmes get a footing in this block, U
would probably cans j groat dertruo
The Fifth Avenue Theatre la a his- a
tori«ini play bowse* It was built over i
a quarter century ago, and lias wel- ;
coined many of the great actors of tho
world.
At tho present time it waa richly
fitted up at an expense of #50,000, to
resent Hurdou's "Cleopatra," with
y Davenport in the t itle role,
1.80 tho tire appeared to be under
control, but no report to t hat effect
had boon received at tho World office.
There is no sign of Harnes at u dis
tance, and tho fire has undoubtedly
boon subdued.
Tpo Fifth Avenue Theatre und Her
rn {tan's Theatre ore both destroyed.
The extant of tho other «lamage to tho
block Is not reported, but It must bo
heavy.
A fireman foil from the roof of tho
Fifth Avonue Theatre into the flames
d perished. The lira Is undor con
trol. The ent ire block on Broadway
burned.
the work of
be
R
U i
When Baby was sick.
Wo gave her Cagtoria.
When elie was a Child,
She cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss,
She clung to Castoria.
When »ha had Children,
She gave them Castoria.
dny School Celebration.
The Christmas celebration of tho
Snnday school of Hanover Presby
terian Church was hold last oveulng
and well attended. The exercises we
oneno«! with tho choir singing, "Harki
What Mean Tlioso Holy Voices?" Miss
Georgia Heckman gave a pretty recita
tion, after which the church chotç
sang "Hall tho Morn." Miss May
Steele gave a recitation and tha^schooi
Bang "Golden Bolls.'' The exercises
concluded with a recitation giv
by Miss Marcia Crawford.
The children, with their parents an«l
friends,
«lay school room, where refreshments
consisting of fee cream and cake were
ed In abundance.
J.
then invited tothoSun
President Gnrfleld'» Physician.
Dr. Bliss speaking In Ihe highest
terms of Sneer's Port Wine writes the
following from
Washington, D. C., Jan. 2, 1884.
Annum Steer, Esq., Passaic, N. J.:
Dear Sir: I have to acknowledge tho
superior quality of Wlue» of y
duction, notftbiy your Port W
pro
ine, and
to say I havo prescribed them for my
pnt iente for tlie past two years, with
uniform and satisfactory results. I
have full confidence in the purity of
your Wines and that they are uniformly
of standard strength, hence prescribe
dusively in my prac
BLISS, M. D.
Epidemic of .Small Po*.
For several months past small-pox
has ixten epidemic along 'the Texan
and Mexican borders, »is well as In
several towns in Texas. Yesterday
the Mexican Government sent a corps
of physicians to Ciudad Porflrio l>inz,
1 opposite Eagle Pass, to vaccinate tho
people ami Isolate th«i nick. Thirty
days ago there wore 400 coses in tlie
place but Urn number has been
dueod to half that figure. A strict
quurauUne is enforced
side.
them almost
lice. Very truly yours,
I). W.
the Amerl
.
served,
Frési» Fluh and o y »t«rs.
Downes & I'M it« lorn ange
to Davi«l
j Madison
I
A Good Hi
Mrs. Harrison never touches wine,
punch or lhpior of any description,
and if her wlshos were carried out tho
strongest beverage served at White
House State dinners and banqueta
would bo Apolinaris water. On the
President's private tablo wine Is nev
— - successors
A. Powoll, Nos. 812 ami 529
Madison street; dealers in codfish, had
dock, lake pike, white fish, fioundera,
yellow perch. Oysters, 25, 80 and
eents per quart. Delivered free in
parts of the city.
Will 7.; Rc-o|>on.
Tho establisfimont of the
7
_ , , _ _ -- .— Delaware
Printing Company, at No. 224 Market
street, which was closed by Sheriff
Simmons at noon on Wednesday, will,
it is stated, remain closed, at least for
somo time. Tho judgments entered
, against tho company
j which they are unable to moot.
!_
The now tags for registering dogs
hate been received by Chief öwlggott,
aud he Is now ready to receive tax and
1 supply tegs to all who need them,
1 After January 20th tho dog catcher
I '«'ill resume his work, and ail unrogis
j tored dogs will bo taken up. There is
a ¥*° a fine for any ono keeping a
without having It registered.
Hint, to 5-8,500,
A beautiful complexion follows tho
uao of Dr. Simms' Vegetable Liver
Pills, tho fn-eat liver and kidney cure.
Sugar coated ; 25c. Depot, Fourth and
King. Sold by druggists.
«K» Received.
I
Georg© W hite.
contractor for hauling by the da
hour. Hates and pianos moved
with care. Furniture cars at short
notiw. Hoisting and rigging done,
Office, No. 123 French street.
j
Ul
I Come One, Come AU,
Brooke Danee*« O. of R. C. and B. of
i L. F. cigars. Headn uafters, {Seventh
and Pins and 410 West Second street.
-
_ A su peripr quality of four-ply cuff
for 16o., &T Wyatt «k Co.'s, 60S Market. !
—, , -, i L
Painful ir>i.(hinir ,.„n« » !
; vnttd Ä'
The Now Haporintandont.
J. B. Hutchinson, the now superin
tendent of tho Maryland Division of
the Pennsylvania railroad, hasaaeum
ed the duties of his position. Mr.
Hutchinson is a native of Bucks coun
ty, Pa., ami la 46 years of ago. He has
been In the service of tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company since 1868,
and la a olvll engineer by profession.
Commencing as a rodmau on the West
a Penn Division, lie rapidly pushed
ahead, and In 1864 woe appointed as
sistant engineer. Prom this time
his promotions continued, and In 1868
he was assigned to build the Port Do
posit and Columbia railroad, between
the F., W. A B. and the Baltimore Cen
trnl railroads.
In January, i860, he
ferrod to the West Penn Division
U assistant engineer to locate the Butler
branch railroad. In April of the same
year he returned to Maryland to locate
a portion of tho Columbia and Port
i Deposit Railroad and to build the
; Columbia bridge. In 1870 he becamo
principal assistant engineer of the
Port lie posit aud Columbia Railroad,
conducting the preliminary surveys
to and location of the whole road. In
1877 he
bo
of
ï nin.
ma«lo assistant superin
tendent ot the Fi-oderick division
conducted tho
Deposit and
1872 ho bo«'
d
i operation of tho Port
Columbia Railroad. In
superintendent of the
Lewistown division; in 1881 superin
tendent of the Frederick division; in
1884superintendent of the Altoona di
vision, anil In 1800 superintendent of
the West Penn division, from which
he has been transferred to his present
position.
Mr. Hutchinson has boen living in
Allegheny City, Pa., but will remove
his family to this city as soon as he
B«K:uro a house.
»lallation of Oilh
Stato Councillor F. A. Stower, os
sistetl by other Stato council officers,
last, evening installed tho following
officers of Washington Council, No. 4,
O. U. A. M.: Councillor, Augustus
Ogden; vice-councillor, George Wlilte
side; inductor, James Buckulow; re
cording secretary, C. MoGrofT; finan
cial secretary, I. M. Whiteside; ex
inor, J. T. Cooke; inside pro., Draper
Bell; outal^e pro.. George 8. McKee;
trustee, JeaSe Way; literary director, I.
M. Whiteside.
District President W. Harry B. Max
well, assisted by P. C. Moore, district
president of New Jersey, installed the
following officers of Washington
Camp, No. 8, P. O. S. of A., last even
ing:
Past president,
president. C. P. H.
John W. Owens;
Martin; vlce-presl
deut, David îl<l wards; master of forms,
J. Oakley Purdy: recording secretary',
James A. Pennell; assisting secretary,
Harry D. Emmons; treasurer, Win. B.
Adams; conductor, Albert Itaggs; In
spector, L. A. Boll: guard, J. C. Green;
trustees. O. L. Boll, J. T. Lank, J„ C.
Adams; chaplain, E. Atkins; sentinels,
W. D. Bollingshead, W. W. Doughty.
National Master of Forma William J.
Stoner conferred the new work of the
order.
Colds, coughs, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung diseases
treated with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
To neglect tho
for those ailments, Is to induce con
sumption, which Is said to cause
sixth of the mortality in all civilized
countries.
effectively
the
tho
of proper remedies
Cot
pan y Flection.
The ami uni meeting of the mendiera
oi tho Fanto Hose Company was held
last evening, when the following offi
elected for tho ensuing
year: President, Theodore W. Frapels;
vieo-prosident, Alfred 1). Vandever;
■hcretary, Harry Ahrenfl: treasurer,
Joseph Hyde: trustees, Jaeob Koiip,
Michael Riley, William MoCroe: audit
ing committee, George Brickie, Wil
liam McSorloy, Charles B. W'oodward;
engineer, John Stratner; directors,
Anthony Monckton, George Lutz,
George Brickie. H. Deary, William
McOlnty, Wllmer V. Harris, H. Kopp;
examining committee, William Mc
Ginty, Jacob Kopp, Micliacl Riley.
I
of
In
tlie
t for Fneumonln.
After yesterday's venial wave, with
its mild,
tom, the
this morning, though not
is extremely trying on weak lungs.
With a week of steady, moderate cold,
especially when snow rovers the
ground und keeps down the dust, tho
pneumonia death rate would pern
decline rapidly. But
have beon washed away by the
recent rain delicate folks will
have to guar«! against tho combined
forces of eold and dust.
Xook
muggy air, relaxing tho sys
"eolu wave" that reaches us
tho
aps
lust Week's
One dozen cabinet photographs,
style, I tables includoa, for t'-i »1 «l«>ze..,
at Holland's Gallery, 807 Market street.
529
State of the
at t he Republican office to-day, in the
shade:
7 o'clock:
10 o'clock:
12 o'clock:
82
85
To-morrow promises to be clearing
and rather colder. Monday partly
cloudy to fair, with u slight rise in
to in jKj rat ure.
for
is
Milk! Milk!
- A full supply of milk constantly on
hand at Porter's, S. E. cor. Seventh und
Madison streets.
Phono 641»
tho
quart
fifty.
A L
Or W
Hannah Meyora, colored, for whom
issued yesterday
morning, was arraigned before Judge
Ball tills morning. Hhe was summon
itnoss in a case against Hnrrv
Irons, ««»lured, charged with assault,
but fuii<Ni to appear veaterday morn
ing. Sho statikf tliat sho could not
account of a sprain««! ankle,
until she con pro
witnesses to substantiate her
statement. It is the intention uf Judge
Bail to impose fines in all cases where
witnesses fail to appear.
attachment, w
I
come
and waa committed
muai H«(in-fit
clety.
A regular business meeting of the
Annual Benefit Society will bo held on
Monday evening. January 5. In the
Huilth Building, Market street between
Sixth and Seventh, third floor. These
meetings
not s«îcret.
of
cuff
! „ ^Äwnwhauinöoodu.
L H. F. Bourdon A Bro.. cigar manu
! facturer». No. 219 West Second street,
|»?Ä WJÄSÄ
January 5. New pupils
5. Day and i
or send for
ôpen to tho public, and
Wilmington Commercial Coilego
Re
dally, 8.30
enro
evenin
free
daily, 8
niii
faiugue.
of
has
as
Do
the
the
In
The Board of Trade.
The regular meeting of «he Board of
Trade was held last oveulng, with
President Taylor in the chair. „The
Journal Printing Company was sleeted
membership In the board.
The following resolution, offered by
Mr. Lawton, was adopted:
"Resolved, By the Business Men's
Association and Exchaugo of Syracuse,
N. Y., that the reduction of letter post
age to one cent now appears
«leslrable and feasible, ana that
reduction would bo a boon to the
business interests of tho coun
promotlve of the usee of tho
•11 the people. We urge this
tlon upon tlie members of
Congress Just chosen' and ask the
««»-operation of the business
organisation throughout tho
In se«M i ring cheapei^postage."
Tlie board endorsed the request of
tlie Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce
to Congress to settle tho present
certain condition of the mohey market
immediate action
ng to finance
tho
tho
up
has
the
of
the
the
was
six
tho
the
ing
ing
of
t
to
to bo
such
and
Sieb
l
nratry
by taking
law« reluti
! I ■
bw ore
that body.
A communication from the State
Department was read, stating that tho
Bureau of Amorican R p ibli< a had
boon established at Washington lor the
distribution of information regarding
commerco.
On motion of Mr. Lawton, the secre
tary waa instructed to issue circulare
requesting members of the board to
contribute toward making up the #600
defteteney due on the book issued
bo aid some tiino ago.
The board then adjourned.
Preehlent Taylor has appointe«! the
following committees for the ensuing
year:
Room—William Betts, chairman;
George G. Barker, James H. Clark.
Water Supply—J. Newlln Gawthrop,
chairman; J. Parke Postlee, Hairy A.
Miller, A. 8. Reed. C. N. Trump.
Development aud Protection of Har
bor-Captain Willard Thompson, chair
man; George W. Bush, E. T. Warner, F.
B. Colton, Captain Edwin Kershaw.
Establishment of Now Enterprises—
W. D. Mnilln, Jr., chairman; Job H.
Jackson, William B. Clerk, William M.
Field, Charles W. Pusey, W. H. Foulk.
Finance—Preston Lea, chairman; E.
T. Warner, F. N. Buck.
Sewerage—Charles E. Fritz, chair
man; A. G. Thatcher, 8. J. Willey,
George W.äJone. JaiqesW, Ware.
Legislation—Charles B. Lore, chair
min; Milo W. Locke, W. W. Lobdell,
Enoch Moore, Jr., Washington Hast
ings, L. C. Vandegrift.
Statistical Information — John C.
Farm, chairman; J. J. Satterthwalt,
William Lawton, Frank Taylor,
Thomas 8. Bellah, \v. P. Taylor.
d
In
the
in
di
of
in
he
we
os
4,
re
ex
I.
the
3
B.
In
C.
J.
the
rtiyslclaiis HaVe Found Out
That a eotaminat ion and foreign ele
n:«;ut in the blood, developed by indl
f estion is the «muse of rheumatism.
his settles upon the sensitive sub
cutaneous covering of tho muscles
and ligaments <«f the joints, causing
constant and shifting pain, un«i aggre
gating as a ealcureous. chalky deposit
which produces stiffness ami distor
tion of tho joints. No fact which .....
! »orient has demonstrated in regard
o Hostetteris Stomach Bitters, luis
stronger evidence to support than this
namely that this medicine of campro
hengivo uses checks the formidable
and atrocious dhmase, nor Is It less
postively established that it is prorera
l»Io to the polsohs often us«wi to arrest
it, since the medicine contains only
salutary ingredients. It is also u sig
nal remedy for nmluriul fevers, con
stipation, dyspepsia, kidney and bhui
dor ttilm«'nts, debility and other disor
ders. See that you get Ute genuine.
in
the
ami
into
aud
of
tlie
«lay
and
the
all
Mc
Bidding G«»od-Uye.
Tlie following despatclics
over tho wires, and read to .the
ployee of th«' Maryland Dlvi'sioi
tho rnnusylvaniu railroad at the close
of tho ol«i. year and tho commence
mc nee ment of tlu
Wn.MîNOTox. De«'. 81, 1890.—All
I taki; tho opportunity of
and all of y«
vIU Ijo
to my
io. I wish y
your families every happiness.
H. H.
sent
of
ana
G,
bio
ployes:
bid« I ing
and tun
faithful employ
have been to
good-bye.
loyal and
y
and
'Aid KB.
the
tho
the
Wilmington. Jan. 1, 1891. -All
f iloyes: I wish all employes
amilh's a very happy new y<
J. B. Hutchinson, Superintendent.
o
us
ing,
the
ccldeiit to a riiysii
Media, Jan. 2.—Dr. Joseph J. Row
land, Media's oldest physician ami
noted (Mpiostrian, mot with
dent yesterday, while out riding, that
Is likely to lay him up for
His horse slipped and fell In tho
throwing Dr. Rowland from the sad
dle. His foot caught in tlie stirrup as
lie fell, anil he was dragged for about
60 yards along Orange street. His in
juries
ment« of
doctor is 77 years of ago, but for grace
ful ruling nnd endurance in the saddlo
he yields the palm to
aps
ami
a fractured rib and tho liga
shou hier broken. The
f
Allentown, Jan. 2. —Henry T. Moser,
pf Maeungie, has entered suit for
*10,000 dijnmgeg_for tl^ J«>sg ©f an arm »«ft
against u»e Liane mm company. Dm
«loser was an employee of tlie com
nan y 's furnace at Maeungie, and al
Iegcd tlmt on account çj tha failure of dm
the company to provide propi'rears
fpr limestone, he compelled to got
under a ear to open the gates to tin
1« tad the ears. While in this position
the engine started and his right arm
was cutoff, - —. . _ _Warre
the
uit» ttio.«
for His Arm.
in
on
Dtati In a INmi of
Allentown, Pa., Jan. 2.—K
Peter, 81 years of 11 _
most peculiar manner at. Slatington.
Peter was subject to epileptic fits.
Early this morning he left home in ap
parent good health, but before he had
proceeded
»uni fell
Ml ..
by
i
day
!. met death In a
not
her
far he was *eiz<sd with a lit,
his face in a |H>ol ot water
in an alley. About
body was found.
hour later his
Is practiced by many people who buy
inferior articles and food, because
ch«'aper than standard goods. Surely
infants an* entitled to tho liest food
obtainable. It Is a fact that tho Gall
Borden "Eagle" Brand Condensed
Milk 1 m the best infant fqod. Your
grocer keeps it.
and
age,
the
on
the
I î
attending tho making of our beautiful
cabinet photographs at 92.00 a dozen
causes us to offer them a short time
PriC *- B ^ h#r>
A Good Showing.
The Presbyterians of Chesapeake
City, last February, gave to each mem
ber of tho Sunday sehool two cents,
which was called "talent
they all went to work with a will to
increase their tale»'*» In various ways.
i On the 23d instant the talent»
for called in, and tho result was #698.02.
him
No.
and
liay
Th«* Wonderful 8
Indiana to be Surrotmded.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 2.—A special to
tho Bee from Pine
scout just in from tho hostiles says
that 14 cavalry horses, with saddles
and other equipments on, were
brought into tho hostihi camp last
night by young warriors. The scout
heard the hostiles make remarks to
tho effect that thero
soldiers to tight, an«l the hostiles lost
only two warriors In getting the 14
cavalry horses, etc.
The sooufs report has created a
sensation here, which Is being followed
up by increased activity around mili
tary headquarters. That the intalli
genoe means that a battle or skirmish
has taken place, In which Brooke's
(tnrCs command lias lost men. there is
little doubt.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 2.—Tho Bee has
the following from its staff correspon
dent:
Pine Ridok Aobkcy, 8. P., via Rush
ville. —General Brooke and staff
gêther with eight companies of
Second Infantry and all tho Ninth
Cavalry that have been here, started
Into the field at 11 o'clock yesterday
morning, via the Oelrlchs road to
Beaver creek, 18 miles almost due west
of this agency. From there they will
swing out Into os long a line as prac
ticable, thus forming the western an«l
part of the northern side of a hollow
fwjuare, which it
decided to form about the hostiles.
Carr's command hail arrived at
Wounded Knee, near tho point wliere
the battle took »lace, which is six miles
Porcupine Butte, or about 16
miles northeast of hore. at Wounded
Knee Post-office. Thus it seems that
Carr's command Is to constitute the
oast aud north sides of the square.
From tho expression upon tho faces of
the officers anil men as they pulled out
through the snow and bitter cold it
was evident that they did not relish
General Miles's order. Three
panics of the First Infantry from San
Francisco have already arrived, and
six more are expected to-day to replace
tho Second.
A scout «Mime In yesterday and re
ported that the main body of the hos
tiles hail moved back 12 miles from the
agency and toward the Bad lnrnls
the north. Another arrived last
ing and reported the Indians indulg
ing In a wild war dance only eight
lies from hero. A party of Indian
scouts, visiting the scene of Monday's
battle, found nine Indians who
wounded in the fight still alive. Two
of them ha«l been taken to a log hut
near by, and were being cared for by a
that had remained behind. The
her Seven, all of whom
lying in gullies remote in
t in-field, had
ys: A
A
l
to

the
seems it has been
3
found
tho liat
rlvod the blizzard
kind,
five
without
Two we
were squaws.
iy attention of
bucks and the
82.
11
Twenty-Nine Y
HAitmsnrno, Jan. 2.—In 1861. Charles
Brum, a young man then well known
in this efty, enlisted in Company (i of
the Fifty-fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania
Volunteers, commanded by Captain
Isaac Watertmry. Ho went to the front
ami in
into the hands of tho Confederates,
aud
When tho
of service
tlie rolls of his company as dead.
in Harrisburg ever
heard of him afterward till tho last
«lay of 1890, when he turned up here
alive nnd in good health.
It seems that Brum was sorely
wounded In the battle, nn«i though al
most (load ho bravely struggled
and after encountering many
admitted into a Union h
distant from his
this hospital he wnd transferred to
others, and finally got in
liocumo acquainted with some soldiers
fron» Ohio. Tho
oped,
the Buckeye State. He married there
î
of the battles of 1862 fell
afterward reported dead.
Imont
mustered out
's name appeared on
..
a on,
pnUi
command, l r
jquaintanee «lovcl
<1 he went home with thorn to
ana is now a grammr« .er.
On Wednesday he was recognized by
some of his old comrades'of Company
G, but whilst he has met some or the
friends or Ills youth he hns been
bio to find any of his relatives. They
have all died or disappeared.
Before »he dud^e .
The
of the Municipal
•t was held nt 9 o'clock this
. ! sesai)
o
ing, with Judge Bolt presiding, when j
H«'ii of: j
Watson, !
the following cases wore jfjlsp
Frank Carrignu, Howard
Michael Hasson and Charles Reed wore i
■h fined *1 and costs for drunken- 1
Tat rick S. Tompkins, a Very n«speef
ablo-looking man, was arrested last ! to
ovoning hy Special Officer Jones for |
loafing around tho J'., w, Sc B. Railroad :
station. When ho w
laigned this
morning Mr. Jones did not appear
against him, nnd the aecnsod, who has
only been in this country afew months
ami w
sente« I his cue
manner that Judge Ball discharged
him.
ornoy in Ireland, pre
in such a convincing
One ThouKaiid
I will forfeit the above amount, If I
f "'~ 10 prove that Floraplexion is the
best medicine in existence for Dys
Pöpsla, Indigestion or Biliousness, ft
»«ft e«r»ft*n(;'U'3. audaffeidsimmediate
Dm *•«, in OOsûS 0 ? Kidney and Liv
Complaint, Nervous Do hi ut
sumption. Floraplexion
dm weak system, end
other r-.uitodies fall. Ask your drug- 1
for it nud get volt. Valuably;
book. "Things Worth Knowing," also,
sample bottle sent free; all charges
prepaid. Address, Franklin Hart, 88
_Warre n street, New Y ork.
y ami Con
builds up
!
The resfilents of Nouth Wilnrrngten *
have Ik**» troubled very much recently J
by chicken thieves. A family named |
i Carr, residing on Bradford streck had
nineteen fine chfidumstriple
day night, and »t feW nights previous
another family living a short distance !
from them had eleven taken.
AS GOOD AS <.«)!. i>.
a
Thurs- :
A Itvaufiftil
loimdo Free,
Commencing January 1st, we will
give away 100 ehifice lots within
renty-tive
lies of Denver, CuL
tho railroad,
«1 desirable. Size of lots,
full name
two cents for post
mil you a warranty
lot. Addross James A.
These lots are
cum tiered
25x125 feet. Send
and address, with
age,
y
d we will
I î
:e, Parker, Col.
•lack Front I» Coming.
Now is th«» time to got ready for
him by laying In your coal for the
winter. Order it from A. Sergeant,
No. 106 Maryland avenue, or Seventh
and King streets. Our coal is under
«rover nnd screened under
supervision. Kindling wood in large
lead». Western out« a
liay und straw by
Maryland avenue
Central office,
Telephone, 587.
spoeiality, tailed
ton. Yard, 106
I ■
e. Telephone, 545.
Seventh and King sts.
Open In the evening.
iSf,
roofs made and
YJltuhc.il. 12a 41S
r# paired by
ShlnLiv st.
to
to
14
is
to
at
16
it
a
THE 8300 TEST ÀEE DOING.
A
LETTKB8 RECEIVED FROM AIX
PARTS OF THE STATE.
A Sample Communication That XTas
Received Recently l>y Dra. McCoy and
Wildm
From Mr. Thomas Kellelicr,
of Tyrone, Who Was a Great Sufferer
From Catarrh
ey Cured Him.
The good that Dm. McCoy and Wild
tin are doing is Touched for every day
ople in this olty uud throughout the
of Pennsylvania, as well as New
Jorsey Maryland «ml Delaware. Every
day they receive letters from patients
have beeu great sufferer#
t
either been cured
gilt by them or greatly relieved,
tliat they find life sweeter by far than
was before they went und irr tho curu
Dr», McCoy and
who live at a distance it may be well
state that by »ending for a symptom
blank and filling it out by answering the
uesttons accurately, Dra. McCoy and
treat thorn successful!
many hundreds of perso
to
. To those
y by
testify.
• letter recently received from
Mr. Thompson Kellelicr, of Tyrone, l'a.,
which 1» on the wain line of the Penn
sylvania Railroad, near Huntingdon aud
Altoona. Mr. Keliohe'r felt so grateful
for whnt Dr». McCoy and Wildnmn had
done for him that he sent them volun
tarily this communication, and had his
picture sent to them also
. Tht Doctors In turn
letter and
The letter follo'wa:
publlca
i liamlcd the
tho reporter.
ii '
A
An
!■>
MR. THOS. KELLEHER, TYRONE PA.
"Ttbonb, Pa., October 11,1890.
"DOCTORa MoOv and Wildmak, 1822
Chrstnutsti-cot, Philadelphia, Pa.
"1 take tue Philadelphia Timen ami soo
the reporta of the g real amount of
doing for people all over
try in the way of curing catarrh
and removing polypus from their noses
and 1 know
a
10
good you
11
of
al
to
for tlie same,
lu & bud condl
catarrh und polypi before I went
22 Chestnut »trout.
tloi
■ '
I feel me a
vy money nnd
not falce at
î WW* CheHtnut
eluirqe la nothing
like
l wna before /
. And the amount you
the good
•Tn conclusion I will say this:
charges
think
are very moderate
i-ouuli of ull, und I w
«I any per
:
within
1» suffering
go to Dra. McCoy and
Chestnut street, Pblla
•ith c
.. ildinan, «»flu.
dolplilu. Very respectfully,
Tun « as KKr.M.iiFu,
"Tyrono, Blair County, Pa."
Mr. Kellelicr sent a postscript letter
reads as follows:
, Tu., October 27, 1800.
W U.DMANi
publish my let
ter or outoner 11. My brother or rile
will bring my picture to your office.
Respectfully, Thomas Kmukhcii."
Mr. Kelleiior's brother, to whom lie re
.ers, Is Mr. John Kelleher, who reside» in
Philndolnhhi. at 102 Kainhrldgn street.
furnish
"T
•'Drs. McCoy a
B7
"T
•o woleomo
to
mcdtclnuH fro«« and their clmr
jftsonable that they
1 of ull.
for
within
DOCTORS
McCOY and VV1LDIAN,
Bellevue llosiiilal, New lurk.
Office, 1322 CHESTNUT STEBIT,
j
j Where All Curable Diseases are
!
i
1
Treated With Success.
U a tli-stnnco wr
or by mail
If
II
for a
lilunk
UltUth)
! to
| If you
: stump*,
offle«» h<
.
lallv. Bund
a rim tmclo
four cc
it» In
JI5-7
I
ft
1
88
8.
See That You Are Supplied
With
LEA'S
!
*
J
|
!
Table Com Meal
:
HOMINY
50
-AND
is
the
HOMINY GRITS.
tea,
J -
There are
many white soaps,
each
represented to be
'just as good as the Ivory,
They are not,
but like
all counterfeits,
they lack
the peculiar
and remarkable
qualities of
the genuine.
Ask for
Ivory Soap
and
insist upon having it
'Tis sold everywhere»
AMUSÉMICNTS.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
To-night, to-morrow (8atur«lay) matinee
and evening, January 2
engagement. The favorite Ger
man «iial(Krt. comedian, Mr.
GEORGE C. STALEY,
rld's greatest lullaby singer and
yodlor, in his successful comedy,
Return
The
"A KOVAL PASS."
(Tlie hit of last season.)
A SUPERB COMPANY OP PLAYERS.
PICTURESQUE COSTUMES,
AND CATCHY SONGS.
it guaran
NEW
An evening of rare enjoy
teed. Under the managet
Mr. Harry Doel Parker.
Popular Prlcen—15, 20, 30, ÖO
and 75 Cent».
Special arrangements can be made for
benefits at this popi
ties, Lodges and Cl
Manager Jennou.
..i
ular I
ubs by applying
January 5, C and 7,
"THE BOY TRAMP."
At the rink on Sat
urday evening, tliero will bo
a game of Polo and skating
from 7 to 10.80 p. m. Gents'
admission 10 cents. Skates
10 cents extra.
j2-2tt
PeroDide or Slate
-AND
SLUG- SHOT
—the—
Great Bug and Worm
Destroyer.
B7 THE POUND OS BASSEL
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S
FOURTH AND Sllll'LUY SI
fha Manufacturers
—OF TH li
teSUP^IVE O]
PATENT
\C. aBaMBP lit Mrs.Coy
PATAPSÇ0 SÜ^xii^'vç Flour
are go Confident Of its Superior
Quality that they Guarantee
every pack a ge.
Represented hv J. F. Reinhart, No 23.
St., Pbiludélphlu, l'a.
8. Ki
STREETS
PERFECTION
I
QUIGLEY & MULLEN,
107 and 109 Market Street.
I
COAL
50 CENTS PER TON LOWER
Than it
a year ago.
We YN-uld call th* attention ot consum
iboso who hare
already bought thalr supply, suggt
"delays are daugerouH." T
wholesale price witl be no lower; there Is
is probability of a H eady adrauce during
the balance of the year. From our large
stock wo can fill all orders promptly and
furnish a first-class article. We solicit
your orders.
The price for all sizes is
this luct, and
that
I a
$5.25 per
tea, 2,240 lbs.
GEO. W. BUSH <fc SONS,
French Street Whari.
I
Keflolutloi
.The following resolutions were
adopted at a meeting of colored
pfe hold at Exion M. E. Church
Year's Day:
"Whkrbab, Wo have learned through
the public pres-« that nearly all the tlmo
of the present session of the United |
States Senate has been «pent fa the
discussion of what 1« known
Federal Election« bill, or, i
called, the Force bill, and
"Whereas, We have frequently
It stated by Democratic Senators in
the courue or their argument that tho
colored people of tho United States do
not desire tne paeeage of tho bill above
' the j
sometime«
I
named; therefore, be it
"Resolved, That wo, the colore«! eiti
of Wilmington in
bie«l, <lo most earnestly denounce tho
statement as false in the
be it further
"Resolved, That we, the colored peo
ple «»f Wilmington, dp most earnestly
endorse th«» Federal Elections bill
pending In th«î United State« Senate
and appeal to the Senators who have
fair aud honest elections at heart to
stand by the measure until it is
acted into a law. and bo it further
"Resolved, Hint we hereby end«
the able arguments made in favor of
the bill by tho several Republican sen- j
atom who hnvo spoken for tho mea- '
arguments made L
senator from this
ïeting ussen
wie, and
I
P
lolly endorse the
distinguished .
, , Anthony Hig
gins, in which hoexposod the dishonest
methods used in this State for the

purpose of disfranchisement.''
The Washington Secret Marriage
I
«1er tho laws of tho
Incorporated
State of Washington.
The objects of tho incorporation ...v,
to aid and assist in every honorable . j,,,
manner, those persons desiring to w
marry,in securing a desirable husband
ui wife, and to aid, assist and oneour-}
age social interaourse and corrosnon
dence between paiUM who may luivo
the object of matrimony in view, for,,
which services a reasonable fee will be
charged. i
and
,
Wo
in communication with all
-tions of tho )
accurate register
particulars sent
•cry one.
treated with the strictest ;
classes of peoplo in all
country
of all
munlcatfc
confideuce.
Enclose ten cents in stamps, for'
which we will send you application
blank and further particulars. Ad
dross, The Washington (socret) Mar
liage Bureau, Tacoma, Wash.
for
ï m
\
Alle
I
Will bo Taken to Philadelphia. | _
Frank Walker, the homeless boy who
ha« boen knocking around this city for
several weeks, will bo taken to Phila
delphia this afternoon by 8no<*iai
Agent Atout and returned to tho Home
from which he was bouml out somo 8
j
al

bo
j Middletown, Del., Dec. 10, S8)0. J3-lts
NIGHT GCIOL
1
-OF
WI1MT0N HU CSm
AND
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS,
REOPENS MONDAY, JANUARY 5!
Persons from io years old to middle age fitted for
BETTER POSITIONS,
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Call 8.30 o'clock to 5 tfailJJ'pr drop a posta
for catalogue. Day Sessions resumed Ian
5 th. ~
uai
d.3i-t f
H. S. COLDEY, Principal.
Style,
Excellence
Lew Pricee.
I
7
All theje must be in clothing or buyers will giva il
the go-by. We are doing the business because we lead
in style, excellence and low prices.
Overcoats and Suits for Men
Overcoats and Suits for Youth.
Uvercoats and Suits for Children
Excellent line of Storm Overcoats.
Headquarters lor Sweet, Orr & Co'a Goods, t
-
BOSTON ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
NO. 213 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
JUSTIS & DAVIDSON.
Telephone No.
I
Baby's Face Was Raw
Distressing Itching Skin DIscdso
C ured In One Month hjr the
Cutlcura Remedies.
|
got
j
w
li oughts check. It
six we
had u
I both cl
i. His f.
1 with various
•. My
try the Ct-ri
a Kkm
faithfully, and
week the
hoy looked bet- i
bee
i'uy h
lie
«
lie is tin t'B y«s»r<*
SSBS
it
The Huld was
lled I had
him In a pi!
so that
«1 pin Ids
•tttch his face. I
» highly of the C'UTIC
d Cimc
d'
Kkm- i

I cun. 1 would be ule
<1 talk to them of
d to
....
«I h
Mas. CY HUS FUDSCH,
ill«*, Fort Lots P. 0-.N. ,
I
a is ]
ring
t of ftllt»
P roaeli
. f . t . D .
. kuotographio Shutter», 38H Hrooino at.,
New York City. He dialiketf nmlsMnthia
notoriety, but 1» willing to make sacri
floo« to benefit other», and auentatothUi
Cb«,
tcsttmontal
encourage
» bring relief
CUTICURA RESOLVENT,
I Tho new Blood and tkia Puriller. In
«ally, amt CcTicovA.tho gre
1 Cu . tur ii a Soap, «in exquisite Sk
uiully, instantly relie
.
. j,,,
w
from pimple» to »croruln.
-—-—
"S« Te: Cl ^™ c
BoA1 '' "'•! »moltmt, »i. f™
and blood.
i»«c,
of
skin,
lniuney
. 500.;
ed hy
DKL'« A.NUCHKMtCAl. COUPOZA
Skiu Dts
il'UftiHtions, and 109
tho 1 *
x. 11
«g-St nd for "How
, ORries," 44 pugos,
testimonials,
)
; —:
.
rain Planter lciiu. v .
llln> klum . y , chest, and
and weakneeses. Price
BABY'S Î
ami Scalp purified^ and
Hutifled by C
ntely
1
I RHEUMATIC PAINS.
ia
D
the Cutlet
lacular pains {
J1 J
| _
IV
ITU!■:—NOTIC'D 18 HEREBY GIV
•m Of Delaw
d \vife\*Än
UK.' il AUD T. LOI K WOOD,
j Middletown, Del., Dec. 10, S8)0. J3-lts
al Af-seml.lv or tl
which
1891. 1 »
1» Muir
Lucliwi
a Vine«*
apply b»'- a
nl from my

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