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THE WILMINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN.
PRICE ONE CENT
WILMINGTON, DEL., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891.
PRICE ONE CENT
AKUäXMBNTS.
field
bert
son;
ovr.UA
"Sunset Bock," Harry Meredith's
last and greatest play, will be pre
sented at the Opera House this
Ing. This drama is emotional and
pathetic, but tin sombre shades
lightened by a view of humor which
runs through the entire piece. It will
and novel sonic
company. Mr.
faithfully exposed the
m notorious -White
I» presented with
effects, by
Meredith has
methods of th
Caps" in this play, t hat ho has bee
warned not to attempt to present It. in
the western States. XL will continue
the Opera Houso for the remainder
or the week, with a matinee on .Satur
day after
lin»
S.
O.
M.
ACADEMY
C. W. William*' Parisian Folly and
Bpeetu eu lar Company will commence
an engagement »if three nights, with a
n.ntinon on Saturday afternoon, atjtlie
Acailemy of Music to-night,
com] any Is oomposoil of 27artists,
has a o vr load of la-autiful scenery and
chantent effects. It is the largest
Tide
mid,
riant Ion of lh) * i lathe
.. .tulniuoul that
nl presents
cannot bo excelled.
.jCoagrr*
roN. J.i !..
' t tho United
..the Idaho
8 Ot'
dum* the long
vU'ig tin short
report on the
fvrvs' agree» I to.
jdueft
•Ulored. Tim
ad at length.
Washing
Hiatt
ho nut
Sei
>
drew
ml Mi
l <1
terra, Mr. ft
one. The conference
Urgent Deficiency bill
The Ilouse bill to provide fi
lion In Alask
niai bill
P.
!
Fi
s disc.»
In the House tho He
to 75 the
s who may bo detailed t»
s lapsed. The Ship
to bill inerts
her of
lug from »
W.
« »! I »
ollege
tar
ping bill vvi
dis«
1.
From Richmond. Va.— I sell a great
deal of Lr. LhiU's Cough Kyrup and
find that it gi
belt«
ly other cough ayrttp.
TLSON MOSELIÎY, Druggist.
tisfuctlon
i!
I. W
XVmlillng Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs.
Jenee G. Wilson, of No. Kill Pophir
«tree 1 ,
BurpritMHl by
ber of friends, reminding them that It
i9 the eleventh anniversary of their
lag»). .Vf ter tho ovenlng had b«>
«pent in asocial manner ratreshment#
d tho party dUtpvrsed,
d Mrs. Wilson many
suasions. Among those pro
1 wife, Mr. G.
wife, Miss lama Jester,
Mr. Ar hur Keg win and wife, Miss
Ella Cloud, Miss Mablo Hurt, Miss
Jealrr, of Baltimore; Miss Annie Grier,
of Brooklyn; George II. Merritt, Frank
B. Carponter
On last
roning
sitting at home they wore
the visit of a largo
It
wishing Mr.
happy
août '
wife, Mr. J. A. Hart
W. Jo
ne: Mr. Howard C
a
Mot-..
<1 h
Al*eautiful complex!»»
. use of Dr. SimmY VogeUiblo Live
Pills, tho great liver
Bugur «•
King. Sold by druggists.
follows the
<1 kidney cure
«1; v5c. Deftot, Fourth and
ltuHMlnn Polltl*
il Exile.«.
The third cnb»rtain
give
nit of tho
tho O
Stanley Coin
House last evening, when George
nan. the
ell-km
writer ami traveler,
"Russian Political Exiles. Mr. Kon
us introduce«! by Mayor Har
n, iuul spoke nearly two hours,
iture was a word picture of tho
dee|H>tiHiu »>f Russia, and theoruoltles
endured by tho political exiles who are
transported to Siberia. Mr. K«
need u number of line illustrations,
which, with his description, gave the
eudi
the eKilos
The audio
preclatlve.
aud popub
leotu nul c
ringt .m
re about' as good
of Siberia
idea of
visit w
ras small, but very ap
Bush's, Fro
•h street
buy yourooat.
vhorf, Is the
y place
A D. ^UIo. k in Minnesota.
Rr. Fitu, Minn., Jan. 7.—Tho dead
lock in the State House of Represen
tatives, which was inaugurated at
yesterday's opeuing, continue»! to-day.
Tlie House mot ut 10 o'clock this morn
ing mid resumed balloting for Speaker.
There was no material change from
veston lay. Three ballots were cast,
the last resulting: Snarls (Itep.), 40;
(Denn), 41; Cliomplln (Ah), 83.
adjourned
£
Senate
. B
and
bills and u resolution
till
»hing Introduced. Two bills wc
fix tho rate of lntorest, 8 per cent,
being tho maximum In both cases, and
the minimum. 6 in on«
bther bill. A bill for th
Unding twino by the
Bion
to
and 7 in tho
e Inspection of
Duiry Commis
introduced.
Children*!« Maes Moot
Miss Greenwood will ad dress a Chil
dren's
is mooting, in llunever P
rlan Church,
Saturday aftcr
ioon at 3.89 o'clock. MlssG. is a good
Mknr, and cannot fall to Interest tho
Ittlo folks us well as those of larger
wth. 8ho Is about closing up nor
city, prior to going to
..ashington, and thoso who wish to
hear her should tako this opportunity
to do so.
Girl» Quit Work.
Troy, N. Y., Jan. 8.—About three
hundred und fifty girls employed In
tho J. K. Pino factory of tho United
Bhlrt and Collar Company have »mit
WDrk, owing to dissatisfaction with a
now schedule of rates. Tho othor fac
tories of tho company are not affected
by tl»o strike.
Dlblu Heading*.
Miss Greenwood will glvo tho last of
her Biblo readings In 8t. Paul's M. E.
Church to-morrow (Friday) nftorno«..
at 8 o'clock. Subject, "\c are embas
sadors for Christ"
ate»l.
Hariubdi'uo, Pa., Jan. 8.—Tho joint
Republican caucus yesterday unani
me ualy nominated J. Donald Cameron
for re-election us United States Ser...
tor. No votes wore cast against Mr.
Cameron, but several mein bore re
frained from voting.
ÜM Dra
Cough«, Cold« and other T
bles.—''I're
Hxkiiy Waiid Uurchkr.
•r. Bronoh
for
tnently tlio best."—U k\.
Plai
For Hale.
1 slightly used Behnlng pi
1 now Bohulng piano. $375.
1 nearly new Mathushck
»,$ 200 .
piano, $150.
1 seoohd-hand Knabe piano, $150.
1 Mason and II
1140, for $65.
: T,"r
organ, cost
Rouelen,
No. 710 Markot street.
Co »
One, Come All,
lino of fancy goods,
have a complete assort ne
west prices. T. A. Mi
est Second street.
Painful teething, colic, diarrhoea pre
vented aud cured oy Hooper's Anodyne.
wamliM
, ;>u. no.!
tre
of
S
M.
T.
Officer* IMItlMf
The nowly-lnslaliod officers of Gar
field Camp, 8. of V., are: Captain,
Frank Anderson; first lieutenant,
Joshua Kelly; second iioutepant, Al
bert Peters; Chaplain, G sorgo David
son; 11 itsL sergeant, Miller Grason;
quartermaster-sergeant, Josoph W.
Woodrow; sergeant of guard, George
Ash; color-sergeant, George HUberg;
corporal of guard, Charles Kessler;
camp guard, Arthur Biddle; picket
guard, Samuel Biddle; trustees, Jo
seph Mason, George Davidson and
The following officers of Harmony
Council, IT. F. A., wore installed '***
Tuesday evening: President, H. C;
Brooks; vine president, Louisa Schley;
secretaries, John 8. Stevens and Me
lin» la Brooks; treasurer, lUchard Heri
tage; guide, Walter Gentry; chaplain,
S. T. Boswlek; outside sentinel, Laura
1'arris; inside sentinel, M. A. Vinslti
ger; goddess of lilx'rty, Lulu Visgof
ski: trustees, Samuel Nickerson and
O. K. Stove
The newly-lnstalle»l officers of Eureka
Castle, A. (). K. M. C., are: PustCom
der, J. ('. Allen; Conimaudor, M.
lihinehart; vlce-eommamlor. G. E.
Mulser; chaplain, lieu ben Crossan;
first lieutenant, G.. E. Maiser, Jr.;
chief of staff, E. Perry; inside guar I,
M. Evans; outside guard, G. W.
Springer.
nvly-lnstallod officer? of Wash
Camp, No. 8, 1*. (>. S. A., are:
Past President, B. Frank Hanby; Presi
denU Harry 8. Ltiwt»
Charles. F. Keen; Most»
i
of
A.
('
ingt«
; Vico-proaident,
?r of Forms, W.
of
lorry B. Maxwell; Conductor, Isaac
•o, Recording Secretary. W. G.
c; Assistant, W. T. A«!unn;
Secretary, Ray Keables;
, John It. Smith: Chaplain. J.
is, W. 1).
Frank Hanby; Sentinels,
and S. 8. Parvis,
îwly-liistalled officers or Tom
iii**ll. L. O. R. C., are:
!»<ler, Edward R. Kirn;
Leander L. Saun» le
Harry
!. Leslie G. Dayott;
1 L.- George;
Harry Johnson; llnanoial
Thomas < Appleby; treasurer, Tin
P. M»
!
Havvthi
Firm nein I
ft*»
i«l B. 1
W. B. Ellison
The
pic tv
; vlco
D. Dillln, Jr.j.
•late,
or, L.
scribe,
i!
ardeti, George D. Starr;
»»•nyiiel George W. Murray; modical
•xamlniT, Dr. Homy i'atter
id night dreary,"
»1 weary, upon
l with pain, a frieml
bottle of Salvation
>. I needed tills, und
"Onco u;
hen 1 to,
d
my la*»l half
Oil.
It cure» l
"nothing
A Perfect
it is generally
l Jghth street
In one of lho grautest
nuisances Huit tills city Ims over hud
1 h»iu*. Respectable people living In
the vicinity complain that they
able to sleep at nights, ami from whut
a reporter of tho ItcrciiLicxN s
terday h * Is prejaied t.o bellovo ull
Uioy say. As ho w as passing ho saw
street, «
. WhiteCbapel,
km
above
■ ys
o colored
mi, who had been play
called "crap" quarrelling.
nailer
axe in his luind, lut» I
ä money, and con
indignant. When
ing
, who had
won the oilier
sequently he w
ever he npproaclie»! the other
lit draw back tho axo and threaten
him what he would do.
While the quarrel was going
nlco looking colored woman came out
of one of the houses,
curing half a brick, declared that she
wouliT bit tho man who hud tho axe if
ho attempted to strike the other. She
hohl the brick behind her, but did not
:caslon to uso It,
friend made his rotroat throughugate,
presumably t»> his residence. The
affair caused cousidorublo excltcme
»luring tho time It lasted, but Is said
by those who know that such t hings
are u common occurrence. This Is
o of the places in this city timt «le
is the attention of tho police,
especially as gambling is carried
Sundays tho same as uuy other day.
to
1 ufter an
> her
of
the
at
40;
83.
Wbeo Baby wax sick,
We gave her Caatorla.
I a Child,
Sho cried for Caatorla.
When she wt
When sho became Miss,
Sho clung
Caatorla.
till
When ah* had Children,
to
Bhe gave them Caatorla.
tho
of
While the people of other cities
mplalning about tho quality or tho
»at they are obliged to eat, tho rosl
thls city who choose to socuro
easily do so, William
to 84, In tho Eighth
dents <»f
the best
Glynn, at stalls 67
street market, has secured some lino
young homo raised steers, which ho is
slaughtering according to tho demand.
Joseph and James Martin, in tho
Third street market, havo also b»*en
fortunate in securing a lino lot of
young steera which, tno same ns those
Mr. Glynn's,
tho
nor
to
to
of
-fed and
Luscious.
Lovers of tine mutton
thing far beyond tho average by cull
ing on Patrick Monaghan, In tho Thiril
of the oldest
And nome
In
a
fac
cot market. Ho Is
butchers In this city, und
uuything
rer has
Ills stalls but the host.
Good Butter—Low
William II. Mcöarrlty, Nos. 51, 53
and 53 Third street markot, has on
liiinil choico creamery butter; also tub
butter equal to print. Eggs, cheese
and poultry constantly on hand.
of
E.
ns of Itcn|ieot.
At a meeting of tho teachers and
officers of tho Hanover Presbyterian
Sabbath school, held in tho lecture
room of the church on Wcdueeday
îüliig, January 7th, the following
resolutions wore adopted In regard to
tho »loath of Mr. John L. Gouley:
Resolved, 1st, that wc hereby record
appreciation oî tho long and
faithful service rendered by Mr. John
L. Gouley as a teacher In connection
with tho Sabbath school of Hanover
Presbyterian Church.
Resolved, 2«1, that wo
hand of God 1
and will strive to emu lut e the zeal, the
fldolity nml tho success of our la
mented follow worker in the vineyard
of the Lord.
Homo lu
Mr.
re
for
»cognize tho
bereavraent,
k\.
200 .
He II»a Ui»
Mr. Harry Meredith lias received let
ters of
lulling fr
Gaps" of Indiana, saying that If ho at
tempa to play "Sunset Rock" in that
staUMio will be taken from tho thontro
liedAip and iloggod. Mr. Meredith
"We aro going there just tho
' "Sunset Rock'' will be present
ed at tho Opera House this evening,
and noithor Mr. Meredith or his com
pany need fear that they will bo dis
turbed in this state for any expose
they may give of these lawless out
laws.
tho "White
cost
pre
says
same."
no.!
I Married.
Fifty Y
Mr. and Mrs, James L. Carpontor, of
Centrevillo, celebrated
niveraary of their wedding yesterday.
Mr. Carpenter la a native of Delaware
county, Pa., and was bom In April,
1816. Mrs. Carpontor was I>om In Cen
tre ville In Heptembor, 1820. The chil
dren. grand children, great grand
children and brothers and sisters of
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter were present,
forming a noble family gathering.
continued all day,
and the aged couple received a number
of handsome presents.
Tho children of Mr. and Mrs. Car
penter, eleven In number, w
S resent and are Joseph L. Carpenter,
r., J. 13. Carpentor, Mrs. John 8.
Grohe and Frank C. Carpenter, of this
city: Mrs. W. A. Levering und Georg»)
M. Carpenter, of Philadelphia; Mrs. H.
T. Mason, oflUermnntown, Pa.; Mrs.
Margaret A. Chandler, James H. Cur
r, Harry F. Curiiontor, of Centre
: ■
I
Tho festivities
all
i «
ville.
The grandchildren
Carpenter aud Minnie It. Carpontor,
children of Mr.
Frank D.
d Mrs. Joseph L.
•pouter, Jr., ol this olty: Mary Chan
dler and George B. Chandler, children
of Margaret A. Chandler of Centrevillo;
Adele C. Levoring of Philadelphia;
Arthur Carpenter, William Carpenter
d Bertha Carpenter, children of Wm.
Carpenter of Oeutrevllle: Frank R.
Mason, son-.of Homy T. Maaon of Ger
mantown; Howard Carpenter and Jos.
A. Carpenter, chlldreu of James H.
Carpenter of Centro villa; William 8.
of Heiiry F. Carpenter
('
of Gentreville.
The great grandchildren woroDonald
McLeod, chlhlrou of Mrs.
John McLeod of this olty. The sisters
and brothers present were Mrs. Milt«
Lackey un» l George H. Carncnter of
Wilmlugt»
or ContrevUle.
ont J. Poulson Chandler
Uno P. Hendrickson of Coutrovlllo.
Arpenter j
J
j
rrj.,.* . I, „ .. . ...
Ihat slight cold, of which you think .
s.> littl«', may lead to serious trouble \
with tho lungs. Avoid this result by j '
taking Ayofs Cherry lVatoml, the bent
known remedy for colds, coughs, ca- j
d Alfred
There
ulso pro
d Mrs. Ad
tarrh, bronchitis, Incipient consump
tion, and all other throat and lung
diseases.
Per»
The following telegram was received
to-day from New York by a Wilmlng
iliant:
ton
6.—Gentlemen:
•cented your offer on stock of
belonging to the New York
Send check at onco
p gooda."
"New Yuuk. Jan.
Have
cloaks
Clonk Com
and
npanv.
Ill shit
•chant has telo
The Wilmington
graphed the following reply:
"WiLMTNOToN, Del., Jan. 6.—.John
Lewis: Will send chock by next mall.
Ship goods
have them t
. Would liko to
to open for Satunlny."
"L. S. & Co."
The advertisement of L. S. Co., up
tlie fourtli page of the Retcu
I
peora
lican to-ilay.
if
Is
The Wnshlngto
Secret Marrlngo
Incorporated undor tho laws of tho
State of Washington.
The objects of the Incorporation
to aid
1 assist in every honorable
manner, those persons desiring to
ry,in securing u desirable husband
wif»*, and to aid, assist and encour-1
ago social Intercourse und correspon-1
«leime between {»orties who may nave
Uio object of matrimony in view, for i
which servloos u reasonable foe will bo ,
charged. I
ln communication with all
)tions of tho
»nraio rairinlor
sent us
All coin
fltli tho strictest
We
classes of people In all
country and keep
of all naiuos ami .
nlfism every
Ions treated
IMirticulars
municat
confidence.
Enclose ton cents In stamps, i
»nd you applicati
blank and further particulars,
dress, Tho Washington (secret) Mar
riage Bureau, Tacoma, vVasli.
for
which wo will
Ail
»ratio Club Officers.
Dein
At a mooting of tho Young Men's
Democratic Club, hold lost evening,
tho following officers
President, G
president, Patrick Noary:
president, Dr. P. W. Tomlinson: secre
tary, John Boughman: financial secre
tary, George R. Carmichael; treasurer,
William G. Bryan; marshal, William A.
Kelley; exoeutivo committee, Fred
erick (1 Mam mole, M. I). Murphy, Rich
ard J. Kelly, Georgo J. Flnck, W. T.
Carmichael, 8. N. Smoltz and Samuel
Durney.
All t
o elected:
îtt J. Hart; first vlco
•ond vlco
officers wore elected without
opposition, and 169 votes wore cast.
There Is now over 300 members in tho
club and It, is in an excellent financial
condition. Tho elcctk
tho Australian ballot system.
is
tho
of
•oinluct
»'>1
AS CiOOI»
IS GOLD.
A ItenuOful Lot In Colorado Free.
Commencing January 1st, we will
give away 190 choico lots within
twenty-five miles of -Denver, Col.
Those lots are on the railr«)iul, une::
cumbered and desirable. Siw of lots,
35x126 feet. Bend on your full name
aud address, with two cents for post
age, arid wo will mail you a warranty
»ieed to one lot. Address James A.
Pearce, Parker, Col.
has
53
on
tub
Arrested for Bunco Steering.
New
and Charles Shorten, of Philadelphia,
were arrested here yesterday. Martin
met aged nml wealthy Thomas Do
Vausney and greeted him familiarly.
Ho thou invited him to his rooms to
6 roseut him with a book. Tho usual
unco tactics were resorted to. At tho
Do Vausney lost $59«. Ho
asked for »»
*. The
, N. J., Jan. 8.—J. H. Marti
and
to
and
the
la
id
■ !
check, which ho refused to g
poiieo were notified and tho
•rested.
Coal and F1»
Sheward & Chandler s« ll tho above
goods, and all kinds of feed, hav ami
straw. Try cur heater coal, it is m
celled tn the market. Phono 11«.
Yards South Sido. Branch office Sec
i
>
tho
ond and French.
Tho Wondei
attending tho
cabinet photographs ;
causes
long«« - at the popular price. Beecher,
815 Market street.
king of
beautiful
.) offer thorn a short time
$3.00
let
at
tho
dis
Smoked
err lug nml Fi»li.
I will havo smoked Nova Beotia her
ring und white Ush
King street, next to City Hall yard,
.Saturday morning and night.
Hemsy G. Sa VILLE.
615
Wilmington C
en lui College
lie-opens on January 5. New pupils
enrolled dally, 8.80 to 5. Day und
soeelous. Call or send for
ening
Iree catalogue.
TIIK INDIAN CAMPAIGN.
Gen. Miles' Suggestion About Indians
Ploflml Under
Military Control—A Tow-wow With
Hostile«.
THE iNTEBIOn, Wash
Depabtment
ington, Dee. 1, 1890.—The Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs—8ir: You will
convoy to the several agents
ng the SiouX tho following ordor,
which Is hereby made:
"During tho present Indian troubles
instructed that while you shall
continue all the business and curry
Into offect tho educational and other
purposes of your agency, you will, as
to all operations intended to suppre
any outbreak by force, oo-operatl<
with and obey the orders of the mili
tary officer commanding
vatlon In your charge.
duty
at
the
rospoctfully,
"John W. Noble, Secretary.
General Schofield last ovenlng sent
the following telegram to General
Mjta ■■■■■■■MB
"You an) hereby authorised, under
the existing orders of tho President,
to assign Captain E. P. Ewers, Fifth
Infantry: Captain J. M. Leo, Ninth In
fantry; Captain C. A. Earnest, Eighth
Infantry, and Captain' E. Pierce, First
Infantry» to the charge of the Indians
of tho sevorol Sioux und Chey
agencies, ty exercise otftr those In
dians such military supervision and
control as in your Judgment is nocee
wlthout Interfering unnecessarily
the administration of tho agents
:der the regu
a
wftT.
of tho Indian Bure
lutluus and instructions receive«! by
tho Interior Department.
j It Is not deemed advisable to detail
J two captains from th«* First Infantry.
dll, therefore, pleaso recommend
j another officer In place of Captain
l)ough*»rty. Also, it you need other
officers In addition to those named ro
. eommeml such as you think bestquali
\ fled for that service,
j ' Tho following telegram v
Wash
j ington, D. C., Jan. 7, 1891.-Major
(louerai Milos, Pin«) Rid go Agency, 8.
D. —After mature oouslderatk»
endatlons respecting In
dian agents, It has been decided to ap
point one of tho army off!«
oy you to l>o agent
Agency, to have full oliargo of all the
Indians assembled at that place. His
appointment will be sent out without
unnecessary delly.
"It bus also boon decided nottoap
t«> act
them fn

sent to
of
id
the Pine Ridge
point army offlc«>
agents at any of tho other agencies,
but to loavo you to exorcise the neues
aary military control under t ho orders
heretofore given by the President ami
through the officers named by you
and approved in my despatch «>f y
tortluy, and such othera us may here
after be selected for that purp»
being understood that this military
supervision and control will need to
la) only temporary. This conclusion
is regarded as a final settlement of
tho question.
"Major General Commanding.'*
. it
"J. M. SenoFIK
BOY EU RKTIIIED.
INDIAN AgEN
Soorotariee Proctor and Noble ami
General Hchofleld hud
the War Department this afternoon in
reganl to the Indian troubles, and it
ind to th»» Pres
inference at
w»is agreed to reeo
Ident tho appointment oi
army as agent of the Indians at
J 1,10 Rjdge Agency, thus necessitating
retirement of Bit ban Agent Royor
* n * ni Huit duty. Tho officer ,«0 un
i pointe»! will, however, retain his posl
, Hon In the army. The Ind an agents
I at the other agencies will not bo »11»
^ 8 * 1 °# Vf ,u 9 on . ora !
Sehoflola's telegram of the flth instant
to General Miles, army»>fflcors liave
been designated to take military
trol of tn
four other agencies, with
instructions to co-operato with the
agents of the Interior Department.
it Is stat»*»l at the Indian Bureau that
the removal of Agent Royor at Fine
Ridge was made by Secretary N<»b!e
upon the recommendation of Commis
sioner Morgan. It Is statcil that this
bused
lack of capacity of Agent Royer
meet tho emergency at Pine Ridge.
•ommendatlon
the
to
DMMKD UP.
Pine Hi »ox Aoency, 8. I)., Jan. 7, via
Rushvillc, Neb.—The strenuous efforts
of the officials at Washington to termi
nate tho Indian trouble without further
bloodshcil is of suuh a character that
General Miles feels hampered. While
ho wants peace, if it can Ih) had with
out loss of life, he does not favor the
idea »»f letting several thousand ln»s
tiles roam about the country, robbing
setters of their cattle and keeping the
people for miles around this soction in
a state of terror.
The work of fortifying this camp
continues, ami if attacked nc
could hold It, agulnst any number of
Indians. The
nor th, cast
the hills
d west of here are almost
»niplete. Huge piles of wood have
I up nrouml tho hcad
l hospital tents. Tho
•th-works
boe
quarters
Hotchkiss und Gatling guns
in position.
The rumo
Ridge has
(ho settlers into tho small railroad
towns. At
sees white-topped wag»
tho temporary homes of tho fleeing
throw
of another tight at Pino
additional hundreds of
•ly evory station
which for
general mi
% 8. D., Jan. 7.—Jack Rod
Cloud, Big Roail, High Horse, Lone
Bear, Line Hawk and the five other In
dians who came in from the hostile
p to hold
Miles wore allowed
to than Uioy hud expected. General
Miles plainly told the
dor; tliut he wa
their c
:oul»i bo allowed t
to make tin
•ranged hero. They state»! near
quite all. of tho Pine Rhlgo
desirous of peace and
back to the agency.
•luile to
111 greatly reduce the
numbering 4,999.
to
»»
powwow with General
briefer confer
hero
plaints; that they
«> g<» to Washing
after the
h,
•ou bio
id
ly. 'Ï
Indians wo
wanted toe
If tho Pino Ridge Indians c
i lack it
ar party,
Omaha. Jan. 7.—A Be«) special from
Pine Ridge says: Some of the hostiles
were seen leaving camp lust night und
making their way over the country
f» licies. Whether
their errand signified disintegration or
nil effort to secure recruits is not yot
i known, though tho scouts think the
>
u
former.
A Bee special from Ruehville says:
Compati ins D and E of tho First In
fantry, that arrived here from the West
last night, were hurried to tho agency
this morning. There is ovory indica
tion that a great fight is close at hand,
and.from the unusual activity in army
circles, it would seem us if some fears
•o ontertainod that such
out will
fully ready for It.
FEAUB
cugttgc
"rmy is
:cur before tho
1» ITBIBINO.
Wash., Jan. 7.—Marshal
Monday night, shot und
Indian
Colfax,
Mackey,
probably fatally wounded
of Chfe'f Bonos, of
named Bones,
the Palouse tribe. The Indians have
been causin
lately with
their ghost dances, and the marshal
had arrested three of the
biking them to
was
In
ble
of
good deal of trouble
r drunken orgies and
and
prison. Bones, who
of them, broke away and was
shot by tho officer. It is now feared
that a general uprising of thé tribes in
this vicinity will result, as there have
boon numerous threat« and signs of
Bones
Ho
In
outbreak. The shooting of
ill add fuel to tho flames.
Reekie** Democratic Axsortloi
Yesterday afternoon a well-known
Dembcrat was in a public office when
tho discussion turned upon tho cor
ruption at the polls at tho late eloction.
Tho gentleman alluded to, who voted
at a poll in tho Fifth ward, state»l in
emphatic and Impressive
that line after lino of negroes
brought to tho polls and voted witli
rosi
fr
the
in
He
Ho
out the least regard
deuce. From two
New street 80 negrotif w
of the houMtjyuxi 40 fr
to ago
houses alone in
voted
fr»
*h »lis
that he
actif») part in
election again. Much inn
«bilged in
when ho b
—the small ne
cast. He
a single eleeth
which the
Democratic vote
tho other. Ho
guetod nn<l did not kp
would ever take
If
Ing,
in
this line Of argument,
ohed off tQ'another topic
of tho nünocratlc vote
i not
precin<C In the city in
•as not a failing off in the
1 with for
I
year«.
. A Republican
with a large scrapbook
een to turn quickly to several
»1 when ho had ..wilisficd him
nocratlc de
nt must
; t he Tvventy
for there tho
11
g on a chair
his kneo.
hut
pages
s»*lf he said to tho Do
clalmer, "My friend, I ness yc
be mistaken at least abou
fifth district, Tenth warf*
Democrats nolle»! 46M votes last No
vember, and 355 two
speaker admitted tluife he may have
been mistaken about that district, but
how about tho other district in the
Tenth ward, he asked.
The Republican with
looked and found th
cratic vote, 277; in 1890,'£13. This
rather a knock-down c
Democrat, and tho !
the ».Tap book sugge
lxunocmt had mad*) a
take in his figures of
ho might bo equally mistaken ubout
the number of negroes voted from the
two houses In Now street.
Tho Republican with tho scrap book,
warming up to the work. Bald: "Sup
look at tho East district,
d, and sea how tho vole
d this:
ago. The

it
scrap book
1888 , Demo*
ent for th *
Ublic
' that
y great mls
> voles polled
lth
the
Htunils." He looke»l An» l f»
Democratic vote, 1888, 80i; In 181K», 372.
Yy the Clayton House district,"
tho Democrat. It woo referred to
■I
said
and found to stand: Democratic vote
1888, 143; in 1SOO, 161, Several other
districts wore referred to with the
same result—on Increase of the Demo
cratic vote at. the late election. "Let
*." said the sump-book
"how the total vote df the city puns
out." lie looked and fourni this:
Total Democratic vote 1888 , 5,035; in
1890, 5,413. The
tho Democratic voto had fallen off in
every election district in tho city hail
dth tho
Dr.
no more to say, and the
scrap-book suggested that ho had lut
ter lo»>k up the documents l>ef<
»plug
,, a Democrat, asked
if ho always »•
:nts with
he
•tions. A
mad
gentleman prw
tho tM
lie.I t
him.
»-book
ii knock-out arg
>unand lit
Olio
I will forfeit tho above amount, If I
fall to prove that Floraplexlon is tho
best medleino In existance for Dys
pepsia, Indigestion or Biliousness. It
is a certain ouro, and affords Immediate
relief, in cases of Kidney ami Liver
Complaint, Nervous Debility awl Con
mptlon. Floraplexlon builds
the weak system, and cures whore
other remedies fall. Ask your drug
gist. for it and got well. Valuable
book, "Things Worth Knowing." also,
sample bottle sent freo; all charges
prepaid. Address, Franklin Hurt, 88
Warren streot, New York.
up
Terrible Crime Confessed.
8pniN*»rrKT.p,0., Jan. It— Effle Taylor,
of Yellow Springs, O., a rather ilisso
1 h t «) sort of a girl, has committed sui
oido after confessing to having partici
pated in a horrible crime. Her eonfos
about as folloivs:
In 1886 . Elder J. M.. Clark, colored,
pastor of the Baptist 'Church in Day
ton, mid Carrie Moss (now his wife)
murdered Clark's first wifo at Yellow
Springs, O.
soaked jwrlor matches. ' boiled "«log
button," "rough on raia." and theso
failing, arsonlc and quicksilver In a
pie. from whieh the woman died.
The b«xly was so swollen that it
with difficulty got Into u coffin; but
tho husband was
3 arouse»!.
The woman Moss was then living in
intimacy with one Taylor (white), and
tho latter's daughter, Bftlc, ussistod in
the murder.
Tho girl, Effio, became intimât») with
one Dr. Stcinberger. On Monday sho
edmmitted suicide, ßho sai»l she
afraid to tell before, for fear she would
be hung, but hod "been in hell" ever
since.
Steinberger
against Elder
wife, and they were
morning.
■ton
It Is said she was give
muff! ter
suspic
»,
out a warrant
and his present
rested this
Jack Front In Coining.
Now Is tho time to got :
him by laying in your coal fu
winter. Ordor it from A. Berg.......
No. 196 Maryland avenue, or Sevonth
au<! King streets. Our coal is under
rea«ly for
the
d screened under
supervision. Kindling wood in largo
hauls. Woater
s a speciality, baled
hay and
• by the ton.
xaiil, 196
Maryland avc
Teleph
, 545.
«I King
Open in tho evening.
Central office, Seventh .*
Telephone, 587.
mendatlon -
of Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic Balsam:
Bald a lady, It cured cas»*« in my family
•veiouB cure». Bhe says;
made,
rod my wife
consumption ten
a right
throat,
hleh wore
it is the )»cst lung
, it
fro
dying frm
give
oughs, colds,
otigh In tho grippe it is
splendid. 5üc. und $1. Sold by drug
th and King.
ye
«w i"
1 1 tho
gists, Depot, F
Milkt Milk!
A full supply of milk constantly
hand at Porter's, 8. K. cor. Seventh and
Miulison streets,
Phono (HI.
• fifty.
quart
Binoke Dance's O. of R. C. and B. of
L. F. cigars. Headquarters, Seventh
and Pino ami 419 West Second street.
shoes or rublrors to A. F.
Brown, 1110 (Jhippey street, for
Ituira.
M. F. Davis, jeweler, ö E. 3d.
Take y
Died Hntldcnly at n Dance.
Easton, Pa., Jan. 7,—Gilbert M. Bls
seii.ono of tho most widely-known men
In this section, died of heart disease
last night about 11 o'clock, while tho
ball of tho Monbar Social Club w
full blast at a hall of which Mr. Blssell
the lease. He had shortly before
participate»l In a square dance and
then complained of feeling exhausted.
adjoining room and
corpse.
Tho announcement of his death to
tho guests, who haif just soon him In
height of society, produced a terri
ble shock. Women cried, the checks
of the men grew white, and all hurried
quickly os possible,
barber and
I
Ho went into
In a few minutes w
the
fr
Mr. Bissoll w
instructor in dancing. Of lute he has
been the proprietor of Pomfret Hall,
the most popular dance hall In the city.
a musician and
ell k
composer, and during tho w
in 111»» Forty-seventh Regiment Bund.
60 years of age.
He w
«■»I
Ho w
A Bad Cold
If not speedily rellevefl, may lead
Issues. Where there
Ing, cxpector;
serious
Is difficulty of breath
soreness of tho tliroal
d bronchial tubes, with a constantly irri*
very best remedy Is Ayer's
tatlug cough,
Cherry Pectoral. It removes the phlegm,
soothes irritation, stops coughing, and la
duces repose. As
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral should be in
household.
emergency medicine.
»J
"There Is nothing better for coughs than
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I m
preparation.''—Anulo S. Butler, lea Pond st.,
Providence, It. I.
"I suffered severely from bronchitis:
hut was
otht i
CURED BY
Ayer's Cherry pectoral. It saved tny life.*
— Geo. B. Hunter, Goose River, N. 8.
"About a year ago I
that
>k the worst cold
had, follow»)»! by a terribl«
cough. Tho best medical ah! was of
avail. At last I began to spit blood, when
it was supposed to bo all over with me.
Every remedy failed, till a neighbor recom
mended Ayer's Cherry P
half a teaspoonful of this medicine, three
times a day, regularly, aud very
began to improvo. My cough left me, mj
deep was undisturbed, my appetite re
turned, my emaciated limbs gained flesh and
strength and, t«>-»lay, thunks to the Pectoral,
." — II. A. Bean, 28 Wintoi
»!
a well
., lawrencc, Mass.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
3old by all Druggists, l'rlco $1; six bo
.C&
KNTH.
AMUSE»
OPERA HOUSE.
QK,
^Thursday, l'y. B
night«,
Th
y Meredith,
Maine,'
day Mat h
. Mr. lb
'Ranch 10,' 'Man
comedy dr
!.. in his
SUNSET ROCIv.
1 flf
Entirely
A powerful company, Intevprotlng
tlirilling story or the Kcntuulcy
WHITE CAPS.
iK-Hilay Next :
"A FAIR REBEL."
Now playing at the W
Monilay u
Theatre.
See That You Are Supplied
With
LEA'S
Table Corn Meal,
HOMINY
»AND
HOMINY GRITS.
The Manufacturers
—OF THE—
PATENT
CASAMBMUMnCo.
30*
PATAPSCO Superlative Flour
arc so confident of its Superior
Quality that they Guarantee
every pack a ge.
.. mÄfif*"' Noia .
Hop
h. Front
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THE FITTEST
SUIT OR OVERCOAT
y
—IN—
HAMBURGERS' STORE
—FOR—
$14.75 $14.75
Don't confound this» sale with the many
knows, are tho finest made or sold the j hnmlnig affairs that find their way into the
advertising columns of the newspapers. It
It is a bona-fide, straight-forward business
announcement, meaning all it says.
The goods themselves are the best proofs
wo can offer. They arc here, marked as
heretofore, in plain figures, from £18 to £28;
and you can como right in and take tho
And Hamburgers' Finest, as evoryboby
country over.
Gentlemen, panse and ponder! This is
without doubt the most sweeping FINE
SUIT SALE this city has ever saw.
It is a sale without reserve or exception;
a sale that places the very Finest Custom
Made Garment in your bauds at £14.75.
There is table after table of men's £28
Suits and Overcoats, £20, £25 and £2:1 finest of them all for £14.75.
Suits and Overcoats.
£22 Suits and Overcoats, £20 and £18 however:
Bear this most important fact in mind,
This wonderful offering goes into,
Suits and Overcoats, and you can take yôur I effect TO-MORROW (Friday) morning, and
choice for £14.75. will continue for one week.
LOOK IN OUR BIG SHOW WINDOWS I
They nre filled with samples of Suits and Overcoats whieh we are offering for
£14.75. They are tho finest in tho city, tho finest in the country,
we care not how high tho prices may be elsewhere.
HAMBURGERS'
White Building-220 and 222 MARKET STREET-White Building
I^TP. S.—After this week we will close at 6 p. m., except Tuesdays and Saturdays.
STREETS
PERFECTION BUCKWHEAT.
QUIGLEY Sc MULLEN,
AGENTS FOR WILMINGTON.
.
]' J . l ^*'iimma
'»! w> ,,,ou
Brad
* Co., No. 3 E. Second «t.
70.1 King st.
Eighth and Markot.
and SU9 Kim: ttr
Mu
Kighth and King
. E. F»
Ii
Klug at.
« i' ui as
. w - b: " oor -- uei -
. Eighth
Ninth «
ill.
»d Orange
re aud West at.
Drunkenness
L1QUOU HABIT.
In all
: world pi ere Is but
IAINE3 GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
DU.
It <
I br slron
»111
n
ty th
U
Z. J
Mxrketit., Wllmlo«
Drurxlst
'J
COAL
50 CENTS PEE TON LOWES
Thao It
a year ago.
We would caII lb« attention of centum
— $ to tbit Isct, tod to tkote who hav«
not already bought tbeir supply, suggest
that "delays are daugeroua." The
w iioletale price will be
lower; thore it
Ii probability of a s'eady advance during
the balauco of the year. From our larga
all order« promptly an»}
turulsh a flrat-claaa article. Wo aolldt
your orders.
The price
, 2,249 lbs.
fill
all all
la
>w |5.25 per
GEO. VV.BÜSHA SONS,
French Street Wharf.

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