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REPUBLICAN.
PRICE ONE CENT
WILMINGTON, DEL., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1891.
PRICE ONE CENT
in
mul I nil!Ann.
N
rnr* Ridok Aokkoy, 8. D., Jan. 14.—
_ eventful day In the Sioux
ghost dance rebellion. It
set for the council between General
Miles and 1 ft« chiefs of the hostile
camp. Only live head mon had ap
peared at noon. They were Young
___ -afraid-of-lds-hon:«, Little Wound,
Big Rood, Crow Dog and Turning
Boar. They told General Milos that
the hostiles were ready to surrender
au(Lgive up their arms provided they
were not punished for the crimes they
had committed. These five chiefs,
however, are either Ogallallas
peaceable Brûles. , .
Even If they' represented tho hostile
element of the hostile camp, their pro
fessions of peace would amount to
nothing, for the young
making all tho trouble cannot lio co
trailed by the chief. The pow-w
between Miles and tho chiefs lasted
four hours. They made the most ab
ject professions of good faith, but
when they loft tho council chamber
they admitted that tho young crazy
bucks had no wire, and that they
wouId not listen to good advice.
There was an uproar in tho hostile
camp last night. The savages, win
being coaxed to surrender by
of cookies, crackers and cigar*
imprudently dancing
ghost dance within 1,000 yards of
rilled cannon of tho military,
they had the Avar dunce and the
dance, and when reveille w
at daybreak tills morning they
Still dancing in the smoke which
over their tepees. All during the
night, from Captain Dougherty's
breastworks, the soldiers could see the
signal fires or tho pickets or the hostile
camp. They blazed on the ridges to
the west and on tho extreme north of
the fort.
5
the day
i.o
ettes.
The
scalp
ded
hung
T.E8B NIOHT IN VA
still
The pickets of tho hostilos w
visible when the
were evidently watching tho agency,
and the long supply train from Gen
eral Brook's camp, which
lug over the trail for pr
a restless night in camp.
p. They
•islons. ilt
There
had l*oon reports that the hostiles were
going to make n dash after midnight.
•ere ordered to pro
Tho noise
57
d the sol*lie
fiats °
•eh.
night
from tho village of tho
give tli*" reports a sc
In
ages seemed _
Mance of truth, but tho night
passed without any demonstration on
tho nart of tho military. Reports have
lining tight
PPOBCd to bo
Sioux, were
Colonel Sumner's
beec reeel veil liens of a
bet*.*
boys along Alkali Creek.
Tue savages, avIio are
a raving l<aml of North*?
raiding ranches
command, when they wore disco
by tho cowboys. Tho Indians,
numbered fifty, fired one volley with
out effect. Four troopers of the
Eighth Cavalry joined tho cowboy« in
a running tight with the savages
killed two of them. They also i
ered forty head of stolen horses
one wagon.
With this report eamo another rumor
that the bumo band of Indli
jumped an
the recentl
liu, which
and White riv
India
would lead them
place where Big F
Indians and soldle
ho
»
ul
it
had
d burned a small village in
•ganized county of Noav
bei ween the Cheyen
r. When last
taking a trail which
ivontually to tho
t lost his life.
fi,.'
i he
ON INDIANS HIKING.
Tacoma, Wash., Jan. 14. It is report
ed that the Indians have burned the
yillugo of Calls per, 100 miles north or
Spokane Falls, and killed several poo
ple. Advices from Coulee City, in the
Dig bend of Columbia river, state that
faite witters have l>oen killed by In
dians in tliat vicinity. The Indians
oansiug trouble me the Okauogen and
Bpokam- tribes on Colville reservation
on the Columbia river.
J: People of Ruby (Ily and Conconnelly
have mude an up|>eal tor uUlund expect
to l.c attacked any minute by ov
whelming
ton has received another app-cal for
more troops. He had already for
aml ammunition to set
mbere. Governor Luugh
ward»'*l ar
tiers.
Dyspepsia and Liver
Is it not worth tho small price of 75c.
to free youreelf of every sym
e esc distressing complaints?
ink so call at.
bottle of Shiloh's Vitallzor; every bot
tle lias a printed gunr
accordingly, and if it d*>
6 ood it will eOsfc you nothing. N. B.
anforlh, wholesale and retail agent,
Second and Market sts., Wilmington.
I ' t ir"y 1 0f
• store un* I get a
it;
yo
ii* Dover Letter.
io Kuru in
Oorrespondene
Dover, Jan. 15.—The story tliat the
canvass of tho gubernatorial vote by
the Legislature, because of trouble in
«eculing tho returns,
a surprise
very body In Dover, both Demo
o and Republican, and if the
been any Informolity in these re
turns the party leaders would have
known all about it long ago. The
root is that tho returns from all over
the State, both legislative and guber
natorial,
I
anti
had
all right
all right. The law
turns for (lover
the s
bo tills time ex-Speaker Lewis.
When the returns were sent in No
vember. tho ex-speukcr was away In
Pennsylvania and thoy wont to Gov
ernor Biggs, who promptly sent them
to Secretary of State Saulsbury, and
the latter promptly notified Speaker
Donuhoe where they were.
As for tho Legislative returns thoy
wore all sent in to Pruthonatmy
Burchenal in the legal time, and lust
Bight I saw all tho duplicates.
The vote is all right and e
vassed next Monday or Tuesday
Ing just us well as at any other lime.
Dover nearly had a doubly murder
last night. For months the police of
Dover havo been trying to arrest Wil
liam Shockley, a rather notorious
negro. Lnst night they located him
baa house In the suburb of town.
Officers Milburn and Kemiainon euter
tered the house and tried to capture
Bhockley, who first knocketl over tho
lamp putting it out, and then In the
darkness he soizeil an axe and attuck
6d tho officers. Officer Keunamon was
cut in the head, receiving a serious
scalp wouud and knocked senseless,
and Officer Milburn received a goâii
tho arm and one In tho Jog mul w üä
felled to the Itoor. The desperado
theu juin lied over thejr prostrate
podiMônd escaped, It is thought he
is in hiding along Jones' creek and a
Posse will search for him to-day.
d have been
that the
l*o sent to
ker of the Senate—that would
be
A
Hurt aft a Grade Croanlng.
Pottstown, Jan. 14.—John Newhart,
a Pottstown hotel keeper, whiio driv
ing across the Pennsylvania Schuyl
kill Valley railroad tracks at a grade
crossing a mile above town tliis morn
ing, was struck by a west-bound ex
press train and thrown thirty feet in
the air. He was picked up unconscious
and taken to th«) Reading hospital,
where he is now lying in a critical.
dltion.
Beecher's Cabinet Phctos, $2 a dozen.
1
AMDHKMKNTB.
icA demy of music.
The very entertaining comedy drama
"Jessie Daw" was given for the last r
time at tho Academy of Music last
evening, before a fair-sized audience,
Tho Hheridan & Flynn Combination
will open a three nights' engagement
thls evening. This company, which la
•11-known in this city, has been
greatly Improved this season, and is
of t he liest on tho mad. Tho
program to bo given this evening is
of tho best ever presented at any
theatre, and should bo greeted with a
ded house,
. ..
Chain Lightning' was given Its
ilrst presentation in this city at tho
Opera House last evening, and drew a
targe audlonou. Mise Nellie MeHeiiry, !
the star ot the attracUou, »imtnlu» live
different eharaoters In » very excellent
manner, and her »Inging end duncUig of
highly appreciated by the nuilt
ence. 1 lie support le good, ami the
entire |ilny I» well worth seeing. The
last performance will be given this
u\oning, ami tho house should be lie
crowded. to
JamesB. Mackle, the favorite come
dian wlil appear to-morrow evening
in (»rimes'Cellar Door."
til
ap
to
ab
but
by
the
the
to
of
OPERA HOUSE.
ded
"There
night" and she hud
o, all
a sound of revelry by
card but couldirt
Her
account of nouralgia.
orite dude, however, iiad a level
a bouquet,
They went,
bead, and, instead of
brought 8a 1 vatu
and were happy
Oil.
Instantly
Shortly lief ore 12 o'clock yesterday
Borge E. McGee avus instantly killed
ar Land 11th station by being struck
the Philadelphia,
Wilmington and Baltimore railroad.
crossing the tracks,
stepped out of the way of an approach
ing train,
south-hound train duo in this city at 12
o'clock. The train
e«l.
Gc
engine
He
struck by tho
ilt
stopped at
once, and the remains brought to tho
Philadelphia, Wilmington und liait l
station and placed in tho dead
house. The head was l*n*Ily crushed
and other parts of tho body mangled.
The dec
57 years of age,
Jettera*
manic, about
l lxmnicd at No. 208
absent
from the city, visiting friends at Still
Pond, Md., and tho i
death of her husband
through Dr. Maxwell of that place.
Besides ids wife, lit* leaves a daughter
who resides in Philadelphia, and a
In the lower part of the State. The
mains were taken in charge by Deputy
Coroner Giles, who will hold un inquest
this afternoon.
•d w
on
bo
)t. His wife w
}\vs of tho
«1
the
in
sent to her
si
ho
a
Hlgl
of Dr. Simms' WlUto Pulmonic Balsam:
Said a lady, it o
imeiidal Ioiih
in my family
Hhos
ul
which were
'douse
it is tho best lung medicine
Said a gentle
from dying fro
years ago. How
along for coughs, colds, s*
E
, It
etl my wife
i right
throat,
1 the cough in tho grippe it is
splendid. 60c. and $1. Hold by drug
gists, Depot, Fourth ami King.
had
in
tho
consumpti
•an give the
he
The Chcroku«* Strip.
Wastiinoton, Jan. 15.— Mr. Mansur,
of Missouri, introduced a bill in the
U. H. House of Representatives yes
terday to throw open tho Cherokee
strip. Tho bill has the practical
tlou of the Administration, the ('he
koo Commission being hopeless of
«mining to an agreement with the
Cherokoes. Tho bill .recites tho Iuav by
which tho Government has a right to
take tho land and pay the Indians 47
49-100 cents an acre, but it Avaives tho
right, and agrees to pay $1.25. Of the
amount paid $5,000,000 is to remain in
intenwt of six
1 $2,700,000 is to be dis
tributed among tho Cherokoes
titled thereto
the
or
poo
the
that
In
and
for
for
set
trust, drawing
cent.,
ler treaty stipulation.
Good lint
—Dow
William II. MeGiuTlty, Nos. 51, 52
«I 58 Third
•ket, lias on
hand choice creamery butter; also tub
butter equal to print. Eggs, choose
«1 poultry constantly on hand.
75c.
bot
B.
1 0f
a
Charged With Po
Lancaster, l'a., Jan. 15.— Phares H.
Strohl, of Akron,
felling <
F. Met'loud died *
from the effoo
and the charge is that Strohl, who was
her lover, ami liad seduced her, fur
nished her with It under the pretence
that it was a drug to remove evidence
of lier doAvnfall.
•oated last
murder. Annie
Monday night
of a dose «
A
a « h u ge of
the
by
in
Stole n Ko
re
The
Ono of tho light-fingered gentry
took u six dollar robe fro
of Harry Parker's harness store, Third
anti King streets, on Wednesday after
noon. und quietly walked off with it.
Mr. Parker was rather vexed
covering his loss, ami hud he got hold
of him, ho would have given him a
lesson tliat would have proved rather
beneficial.
tho front
(lls
No
In
and
lust
of
Wil
him
tho
the
was
üä
he
a
to
Dre ville».
Try Bush's coal. You will llkott.
American Laundry, 602 West Front St.
Try D.isU's coal. You will surely like it
Cupping and leeching, 103 E. Second St
i Balm euros colds, ci
e 18k rlucs at Hanfs, 15 h. fourth.
codling, Motzncr, 103
Is
h.
FI
V&lX'lrV.Wt
*1 «er», lut m» Good«.
II. F. Bourdon A Bro., cigar manu
facturers, No. 219 West Second street,
have a full line of moercliaum goods,
which will be sold at cost to close out.
Kicked l>y a Horne.
Frank, son of Win. Hobson, who
«Idee near Mt. Cuba, Christiana h
dred, was knocked senseless by a
kick from a horse sonic days ugo. He
was carried into the house, where he
restored to «
Dr. Chandler was called in and
up the wound,
vet! ! h"
the ;
way for u rapid recovery.
A beautiful complexion follows the
' Vegetable Liver ;
lills, the groat liver and kidney cure. '
Sugar coated; 25c. Depot, Fourth und
King. Hold by druggists.
of Dr. Sim
k „ , . ,
No»« Injiirud.
Aquillu Jackson, son-in-law of Fre*l
crick Klair, of Christiana huudrod,
hud his noso nearly cut off by u kick
from a horse some three weeks ago. '
Dr. ( handler replaced It aud by the 1
aid or a few stitches it was held in its , 13
pro lier position and it will be all light
again.
ex
in
.A
You should call at Mrs. M. J. Woyl's
for u loaf of mush bread.
Go to Smellz Efc Co. If y
•ant to
u.w, n n 1,1 , bu . yln ^ uppl tf'
and all kinds ot produce. No. 13 Bast
1 oui lu su cet. |
Doing« of the Levy Court.
Tho Levy Court of Now Castle
county convened at 1.80 o'clock yos
tentay afternoon, pursuant to ad
ioummcnt In the forenoon.
r J. N. Carswell presented his bond as
county treasurer with John T. Dickey
and Nathan Lioberrnan as sureties.
which was accepted, and Mr. Carswell
was then qualified ns county treas
la urer for tho unexpirod term of tho late
County Treasurer Edmund Hainan,
is Mr. Wier then offered tho following
resolutions, which were adopted:
is "Resolved, That John N. Carswell,
treasurer of tho county, bo and Is
a hereby directed to honor and pay all
outstanding obligations of tho county
drawn in nccordnuce with law upon
the lato Edmund Hainan, treasurer of
Its the county; and lie it further,
"Resolved, That the said treasurer,
a John N. Carswell, bo authorized
! empowered to riwolpt t avortai n of the
nolleetore for money paid over to tho
credit o[ tho county elnce tho illness
of the late treasurer "
"Iteeolved, That tho tank» of this
county holding fund» that have been
deposited therein to the eredit of the
late Edmund Hainan, couly treasurer,
be lie andare hereby requested to puy
to John N. Carswell, treasurer of tho
county, for tho use of the couuty upon
his order all such moneys standing
the credit of the late Couuty Treas
urer Hainan."
"Resolved, That a copy of the above
resolution be furnished the various
banks by tho clerk of the peooe, under
seal of his office."
The Levy Court then adjourned
til Thursday January 22d.
Mr. J. N. Carswell the
the
If
be
If
to
for
all
4
924
lug
At
to
ed
Ella
by
.. —sw County
treasurer has had charge of Treasurer
Humans financial accounts ov
the latter has boon County Treasurer
•1 is perfectly conversant with all
the finances of tho county. Ho was
bom in this city in M«v, 1859. In 1875
ho Avns graduated from tho High
School and in October of that year
tered tho Farinera' Bank. Ho was ad
paying teller, a
tirai
12
anood until ho is
positif
years. Ho is a very competent book
keeper ami affable and pleasant in his
bus
rhlch he has hold for
at
l
transactions.
One of the most effectual Avays of
treating catarrh, influenza, cold in tho
head, watering of the oy
is by the
Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. 25 cents
208
I other
•rhal symptc
of
jverywliero.
«1
Deserted 111« Wife.
Frederick Rauonveln, who for somo
time has kept a shoe shop, at No. 91»
Walnut street, has capped the climax
of Ids ill treatment, of Ids young wife
by deserting her, at a time when she
*1 assistance the
before Judge Ball a
î ago, and sentenced to nay
SÄS him, 'haX'pWhe mat
Ä!;*", '»»man.
SKiÄÄÄ'S'S !
""ï W" »"'fl- !
km sÆHTrr
5ÏK, 1 pk fun,itmo se 01 '™ , his
money. Tho woman, who Avas in a
wi Är m ! 11 ' 1 . 1 V 0 "' V ,lH Vm* s y
•d „ h r mV 'Î- "<
n, of Kt. Hod wig's Polish Church, an
to her assistance. He paid tho I
ond U narisho tt i, ! ie *! l " ll, t ' !
or Ua imrishonora over Market street hot
alok *wi rednd R newi v"» wmf* Vffi !° r Ä I
si K wire And newly l>oni baby. It is j
Wi!»"*. **"*• h-tuorwoiii lias gom to i Juh
X X I »''■'
pressed u desire to locate In tliat city.
ended his car
most. He
short ti
a fine ft
E
is
the
of
the
by
to
47
tho
the
in
dis
Coni mill Flour.
Klieward & Cliuniller sell the abov
goods, and nil kinds ot food, b
straw. Try our heater ooal, it
excelled In the
Yards South Siele. Branch olUc
ond and French.
el of
>t
110. !
Hee
i
ket. Pho
52
all
on
tub
Hannied l»y l n**i««y Spirit«.
Hazklton, Jan. 14.—The little «iaugli
v of Charles Boni z, nGerman of West
telling her father
strange stories about the furniture
ving about the room, victuals being
thrown from a sideboard to tho floor,
and other remurkable transactions. She
related t his about a
doubted tho story.
te
Huzelton, has Ijc
H.
. ,, .
Bouts , ish
M hi Is Ms family
th !' ""•fi "'»"»nff. Mr-1
I . . l0 " t
piece of soap tliat had been lying on a 1 n.
Btand on tho opposite side of there
A few moments Km*"'i'urio''ft
ara'und^oxnosinlr thn^suiktnv I turneii
ar *Â i ° i
npn Äh- ^^ ?. c08 h,lv r h , ap ; f
evening wl ilft no urV llat
wi I wL i iim i, ? 8 t JV 4n ,lff y P° r * and
sons A\eie in the house, the manifesta- an(
lions again appeared. This evening
;re are about one thousand persons lirii
thlipr taquict l * le ' lou80 ' "»f
Mr. Bontz has consulted a witch doc
tor, who has agreed to tlriv«> tho ghost
away fora consideration of $60. The
AAas paid and tho people uro
ng results.
at
No
it.
a
St.
it
St
103
vaitii
Is practiced by many people who buy go
inferior ai ticles and food, because is
cheaper than standard goods. Hurelv
infants ure entitled to the best food 'the
obtainatde. Ills a fa-'L that the Gail
Borden "Eagle" Brand Condensed
Milk is the best infant food. Your
the
the
Fnl*
grocer keeps it.
Death Ft
a I*ur K 1:,r.
liAnnisnima, Jan. 14.—Jack Kelly,
mil-known professional burglar, w
l*e tried liera tliis week for robbing 1
tho residence or Louis W. Hull last
summer. An accomplice is now in Die
penitentiary on tho same charge.
'Vhen the ease was called licforetho
round tliat tha only b
evidence against him was a confession i
ado to Sjiecdal Officer Ralston or
hiitted suicide dred
. Another attempt was tin
do to get Kelly to confess, but ho
talk. The grand jury ig
a
grand jury, it w
! h" or
; Fhiladelpiiia.
go
•ho «•
,
•efused to
, ,
; bored the bill,
'
Babies an.I
eryhotly.
The
longer tin*
• elegant cabinet photo
' dozen. Be. 'cher, No. «
I will continue to
making
Digraphs for
815 Market
Parties in want of fresh
' and poultry, and at the b
1 wile prices, call on .
, 13 East Fourth street,
a, butter.
u whole-1
Hmeltz & Co., No.
Fur Rout c;
.A two-story brick house, No. 27 .
Kluud street, six rooms. Apiily at tho
IIkpu
I>loy
office.
to Two Hookk. *«i"'ift anil a :
Wore applied for this I
mington business houses
| Wilmington Commuruisl Oui lego.
Ooldey
J nt
Is
Now's the Time*
Never put off till to-morrow
That which nee<ls doing to-day.
you do you may And toyour Borrow,
Too lato, that you'vo trilled away
the golden opportunity of a lifetime.
If those who complain of weakness
l debility, have hacking cough and
pain in tho side or chest, poor appetite,
broken sleep and other symptoms of a
general decay of vitality, would
promptly procure Dr. Pie
Medical Discovery i
directed, they might
diseasn which threatens them, and
regain a hold on tho health they
ily losing. Consumption may
be averted, if prompt
taken, by tho
a
as
If
's Golden
and take It
. throw off the
assures
of this staudurd
remedy. Lot those who have
to feel that their general vitality
running low be wise and do something
for themselves at once, for delays are
dangerous. "Golden Medical Dlscov
ry" is warranted to benefit or euro in
all eases of disease for which it is
money paid for it
i
4
•om mended,
refunded.
A Young I.aily Surpr
A very pleasant surprise was ten
dered to Miss Anna Raymond, No.
924 Elm street, lust evening. An
ceedlngly merry and enjoyable eve
lug was spent in innocent games,
singing and
At 10 o'clock tho guests were invited
to tho dining room where they enjoy
ed a most sumptuous collation of
cake and fruit and as the woe small
hours approached the guests departed,
wishing Miss Anna unbounded future
happiness. Among those present
James White, Carrie Delsen, Lewis
House, Lottie White,
grove, Bessie Mason, Edward Denny,
Annie Raymond, Lemuel Richardson,
Ella Crossloy, Hector Hannan, Annie
Wirt, A. E. Rhoades, Bello Crossan
Parker Lloyd, Eva Crossan, William
Quillin, Bello Taylor, Harry Mason,
Carrie Mason, Harry Cleaver, Ella
Cleaver, Annie Dusoin, Lillie Hosken,
Retta Raymond, Elslo Cleaver, Ida
Dewsnop, Mr. Raymond and wife,
Clarence Raymond, Edith Raymond,
Lydia Raymond. LU Han (leaver.
p«l.
dial conversation.
a
maries Cross
When Baby was sick.
Wo gave her Caatoria.'
I a Child,
Sho cried for Castoria.
When alio wo
a
["'„VS Sh h ltv.as th rm,"f^, 'Ä
Csh 1 filSîto ttataT mïïl't ta
! SSM «ïïîïïïr Ä
! forty'aml ilftymiios w«
ä« Viä
Tho tox was billed before the hunts
a mon ffo # ul) The bush wiwffivn.»«
y Koubon Hampton, now over 70 ye
"< W». Ho loris tho entire (ilsli ee,
an j waH O no of tho first to ride un
I ■when the fox was eauirlit The nthne
t ' ! huntsmen who rade al Tthe way in tho
hot chaw were Ham Pinkerton the
I whippor-in *»r tho club; Chief of Police
is j IIooih'h Georg*' Hoonos Millon Dotri*
to i Juh ,[ o„tu. j„| m liimyn, C'lou liy ihu-'
X I »''■' • wu » iIlln Ü Kowlaiid and Thomas
Bilrtnim.
When slio became Mias,
Sho clung to Castoria.
Wheu sho had Children,
Sho gave them Castoria,
Kxe
. BetAvee
covered in
1
Terriblo Cuttiii'.; Alfalr.
For the
>xt (K) days
•stock of Avail
•eat
•o will soil nil
1 win
el of
>t dow Blindes at
! have to make
a
ucl i
:new goods.
This compels
to
•II
• tuesent
■rlflce. These
and richest color
1 Ijo eou
stock
all the latest desig
ings. Call
vineed for yourself.
G. W. Evans & Co.,
209 We
Second St.
tela
London, Jan. 14.— F
•Hut
. tleu
. lars from tho commandor of the Brit
, ish cruiser Royalist tell of
ordimu-y see
wli.'i-o ihren natlvns wore
" t ordc'i' of the commander,
a 1 n. u i a French IijwI.»*
" rrem.h tiudei
„.mdïr'^lLlî^ 1 ' " M
,>0,lies ' Ul1 ' 1 the commander supposing
thuL t,u> ««'Ifttivos wanted tho remuiiis
; f °r burial, gave them up.
Th«* natives retired a short distance,
r * and Immediately proceeded to cook
an( | devour tho bodies <*t' tho de ul
crimiiials
lirii ish office
«vory-jÄ^
extra
• Hebrides,
locutod, by
for killing
d his
tlie Ne
mtlon a
asked for tho
•li to tlio horror of tho
rs and their men, who did
-, fool justified in interfer
n
A Dig Strikt*
Chi*
, III., Jan. 15.—Nearly 500
station agents and railway telegraph
oj«Tutors on the Chicago, Milwaukee
1 Railroad havo decided
go on st rike to-morrow. Tho trouble
is theCroeult of a recent change in tlio
wages of agents and oj »orators raid by
'the officials of the com pany to bo "
oquallzatioii of tho wages laid in the
cities and s
road." Chief Thursto
$60,000 n month has been pledged to
the men until they hav
the fight.
d St. F,
Her
along tiie
sons tliat
• lost
1
King
Baptisto King,
Middletown, to-m<
k-getTllO liirthday.
b
i
dred po
«»« »t the Arc of I
i, Mass., Jan. 14.—Charles
with ills
Howe's Stati*
up
Danv
lives
, John
■caches hisai
Ilo claims to Jiavo
la, and Is of
Ii parents, lie is tho head of six
bering over six lum
my. lio is in good health
born in 1781, in *
go
, comparatively.
Hov. Mr. Swart/, will proaah thta
.tings have boon well attended : U)
m? i
alih* snoakor and 1« tvoU
urtli totcuüw to ou mi Ä«!
Olivet Church.
The
tin* prase
interest lias be
«
reek,
G.
Ashland, Jan. 14.—Orders have been
issued from tlie Reading Coal À Don
North
Ashland, Monitor, Merrian, and Otto
How long they will re
in Idle is not known, {Several hun
will bo thrown out of
to slop work
Collieries.
.
I>loy
•m .
I One do
One Dollar Saved.
•abinet photographs, any
stylo, l abiés included, fbr $'2 a dozen,
J nt Holland's Gallery, 307 Market street.
Silver Men Victorious.
a
E.
to
of
on
tho
has
tho
is
we
Wabhinoton, Jan. 15.—In the United
States Senate, yesterday, tho debate
the financial bill waa resumed
Immediately after the reading of tho
journal, and was opened by Mr. Ingalls,
who arraigned both political parties,
and advocated tho free coinage or
sliver. Mr. Jonos, of Nevada, followed
the same side. Tho general debate
then closed, and discussion on the bill
Avus continued under the ten minutes
rule, tho amendments being voted
upon, Tho Ilrst amendment voted
was that of Mr. Stewart's, providing
for freo coinage, and it was adopted bv
a vote of 43 yeas to30 nays. The fourth
•tion, providing for the iseuo of two
hundred millions of 8per- cent, bombs,
was struck out—48 to 10. Tho first
section, for the purchase of 12, 000 000
•os of silver at market price, was
struck out without a division. An
.Jndment by Mr. Plumb, author
izing tho Secretary of tho Treasury
to replace nutionul bauk note« by
Treasury notes, avos defeated -yea, 2ö;
nays, 40. A motion to strike out the
third
35. After all the amendments had been
disposed of by Senate Vest öftere
substitute for tho bill a purely free
coinage measure, providing "that tho
unit of value in the United States shall
be the dollar, to bo coined of 412%
grains of standed silver
groins of standard gold." It w
agreed to without a division,and thcbill,
as amended by the substitute, was
then passed—yeas, 8«; nays 27.
is
it
i
Avus lost—yeas, 81, nays.
•d
25 9-10
Terrible C ruelty of a Husband.
, Jan. 14.—A terrible tnlo of
v or attempted
Maghorafelt,
that a farmer, who had not been
good terms with his Avifa for some
time past, yesterday broke a hole in
the ice which covered the stream
ills farm ami, dragging the .woman to
the spot, plunged her, headforemost,
into the water, her foet alone being
visible, and kept her submerged unUl
utmost drowned. When
cued by some farm hands o
insensib
I B
cruelt
nier comes
Coleraine. It
sho w
I the Heigh
ts und stiff
borhood she
with cold. After bein
home, under skillful
restored to life. A
after gaining consciousness, howevor,
she gave birth to a still-born child.
Is In a critical condition.
Her husliand has been placed under
rest, after narrowly escaping
the hands of his enraged neig
to her
ent, she
1,
by
to
the
on
ort time
Tho av<
death at
ta
Ono Thoi
ud Dollar«.
I avI 11 forfeit tho aboA'o amount, If I
fail to prove that Floraplemon Is the
best medicine in existence for Dys
pepsia, Indigestion or BlHodsues
is a certain cure, ami affords immediate
relief, in cases of Kidney and Liver
Debility and Con
Wlds up
mÊÊÊÊM
other remedies fail. Ask pour drug
gist for it and got well. Valuable
book, "Things Worth Knowing." also,
sample bottle sont free;
Address, Frank!
street, NeAv York.
Complaint, Nerv
sumption. Florapioxl*
tho weak system, and
for
the
of
oil charges
iu Hart, 88
prepaid.
Three Wreck« on the Iteadtng.
.le, Jan. 14.—There w
three wrecks on the Philadelphia &
Heading Road In this vicinity to-day.
At ('rossono, light engine No. 815
on the main line jiiht
Reading end Lebanon arrived.
ok the light engine
»I !*adly wrecked it. Tho passengers
•ro badly shaken up, but
injured. Ou the Miuo Hill Roiul,
Glenworth, a coal oar jumped the
track and a ludf dozen othersj»ilcd up
top of it. (Conductor E*i. Lindcim
muth, married man, residing at Cros
sona, was badly injured about the
freight trai
P
Th*
ter
000,
of
ice
1
r
b)llided at
the Little Schuyl
kill division of the Reading Road, and
strewn for several
B-.'ischVs Station,
the
oks w
•ith tho debris of the wreck.
niiig Pile«
-Moisi ii î
; in
night; wii"
ul to èouttni
.
ngt
n.
tho
scratching
'ii
Meed and ill
I
P8 tho
at Ion,
tiling
bleed
ing.
i b
the
th
»•• AtdrugRis
. Dr. sway no
Hon,
Pliiludclj)
ing
Urged to Do 1
raw«
Vienna, Jan. 14.—A workfnan namod
for home ti
living on unhappy term» with his
god his soil a lad nt
18 by the foçmer marriage, to kill Ids
step-mother. He instructed tho child
how to act, and even guvo him a large
kitchen knife for th«; purpose of stub
bing tii<; woman Avhile she Was asleep.
The boy started to entry out his ln
but tlio
The boy, on being arrested, gave
defense that; his father A«ras continually
ling him to tho deed, and
young, it is not llkbly he will
Zelniku, who has bee
(«ond wife,
do
a
struct to
•okn.
whs
his
E
bo punished.
A Itebiilfe to KiiKlaqd.
Washington, Jan. 15.—Mr. Enloe, of
;, yesterday intraduce
lutlon declaring_
"the conduct of Great Britain in filing
n suggestion for determination of the
sealeries centre.
States Supreme
cedent, prej i
nations and
internait
derogation of tlie dignity of thoGov
d people of the United
Te
Hi In
t hut
the H<
rsy i*y tlio United
tls without pro
the comity of
tho amicable conduct
d relations,
dicial
d in
•lit
States.
Backwater
loixl at Milton.
Milton, Jim. 1-1.—'The
the Susquehanna river here, is alarm
ing. Tho ice which is gone
tii<; Beaver Island furnace,
below hero, is so jut
<litic
o
are
_
far as
miles
tweutv-live foot Hood,
greatest is with the liackwnter o
low lumis at tho
The water there is gradually lacking
up und the farmers
stores from their collais.
Th
•th
dot tlie town.
ing their
Wii.ke3-B.uuie, Ian. 14.
—Mrs. Max
resident of
itted suicide
Ludwig, aged 31 years,
littst*
early this morning taking
toÆ'»ho'ieùl fefÄfS
: U) Workf bllt too late
i slll ' leaves a husband and thro
''hildreii. Mrs. Ludwig believed her
unu ' d0 to *" )r ' »> f"*«
Of.
.
for
until pu mi)
ab y gootl.
do
Maniai John Morgan'» Nephew.
i, Ky., Jan. 14.—Miss Julia
Bruce, daughter of B. G. Brace, a well
qütau'ÿiîSwiTireto'liaJtb'So^S
G. Morgan, nephow **r tlio noted Con
federate general,_ Joh n Mor gan. a .
i«rH:.g ami Fifth. J.
**kod Nova.Scotia her
King straot, next to City Hall yard, jîi'iL
baturday morning and night. 8.
Hknri G. s.f ii.i.K, 1 W.
I
I will havo
d white fish
*•»
City Jotting«.
Bishop A. W. Wayman, of the A. M.
E. Conference, preached on Tuesday
night to a large audience in Bethel
Church. Four persons were converted,
making in all 14 since the revival ser
vices commenced.
Mr. E. L. Htates has doubled the cir
culation of the Indianapolis Freeman
since he lias taken the agency. It is a
lively paper and represents the best
interest of the colored people.
The Relief Association will give
their concert tills evening. The huiles
have worked very hard to raise funds
to help l
should be
of admission are only 15 cents.
The Douglas Association practiced
on Tuesday night. They are now
under tho training of Mr. W. H. F.
Wright. They anticipate a trip down
tho Wtuto, where they have arranged to
give a series of concerts.
The gross receipts of Ezlon M. E.
bazar, which closed last Saturday
amounted to $82.50.
, H. Coffey, presiding older of
tho Philadelphia district of the Delu
Conferenco of the M. E. Church,
has seven children ill with scarlet, fever
his home in Chester, Pa., and two of
at the point of cieuth. He has
tho sympathy of his many friends in
this city.
A lodge of the order of Galileo Fish
ermen is about to lie organized In tills
city. Tills older is rapidly spreading
• the entire country.
Miss Maggie Riely of Baltimore is
Mr. John Williams,
who has always kept a llrst-class
taurant in the vicinity of Girard and
Tatnali streets. Wo don't know what
is the matter with
we do know that they
heard of as clerks.
Vlrgle Wright, who lias the manage
ment of the Douglass Glee, has heard
from down tho State, and the people
anxiously awaiting their appear
tho
or
bill
bv
000
An
by
2ö;
I I
people, and they
dl jiatronized. The curds
emng, i
Rev.W.
tho clerk of
of
in
to
It
• home jfiris, but
The Eastern Star Lodge will give
entertainment In Twelfth Street Hull
•cuing. Anderson's
Saturday
Baud will furnish music.
Dempsey Defeated.
New Orleans, Jan. 14.—.lack Demp
sey, commonly known as the "Non
pareil," was knocked out in thirteen
rounds to-night at the Olympic Club
by Robert Fitzsimmons, of New
Zealand. The fight was for the mid
dle-weight championship of the Avorld
and a purse of $12,000.
The result was a complete surprise
to tho sporting "fancy," and many of
the men at the ring side "went broke"
on tho famous American pugilist.
When the fighters appeared in the
ring tho belting avus even, but Fitz
simmons demonstrated ids superi
ority from tho first, and outfought
Dempsey in almost every.round.
at
I
up
New Orleans, Jan. 14.—Myers and
MeAuliffe, Avith their backers, Alf
Kennedy and Jim Colville, met at tho
Merchants' Club and agreed to tight
for a Ix3t of $5,
largest purse which may bo offered by
the Puritan Club, of Noav York, the
Olympic, of New Orleans, the Galves
ton. or the California Athletic Clubs,
of San Francisco.
Ono thousand dollars forfeit money
tides will be
88
side.
I the
&
up
*1 the
•as put up,
signed
Thursday.
A Firo nt South Cl
Chester, Pa., Jan. 14.—The
•tillclal
niant, electric light Avorks
butchering establishment of John J.
ill Chester, was found en
veloped in liâmes about 4 a. In. to-day.
Although tho South Chester
ter Firo De pa
promptly, the building could not bo
,e*l. Th«; loss is estimated at $18,
000, upon which there Is an insur
of $10,000. Mouth Chester borough's
streets and places of business were
lighted by the plant destroyed this
morning. Mr. Ryan was about to in- {
> the plant, both as regards elec
tric lighting und tho manufacture of j
iee. An effort will be made to rebuild
practicable.
ice
1
Ryan, of H«
«1 Ches
turned out
at
n.
tho works
Want More Mi
The Street» an*l Ho
ill ask tho Legislature for authority i
>th t loan of $100,009, for I
the purpose of building an intercept- i
Commission
ing sower, from Clement« run in the
southwestern part of the city to tho j
foot of Beech street, on the Christiana .
It is said that tills sower is I
tly needed ill that locality, and
îe majority of tho property hold
re in favor of its oonslr
• being prepared in the I
nt
iv
«
tliat. l!
do
Plans are
Engineering and Surveying Depart- 1
ment, which will be submitted to the j
Legislature.
CAUTION.—Do not let y
palm off
d Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, tor
will be disappointed; I,U niedk'ino for
children equals It ln «übet. 1'rlrc IH
cents. I
A llaby Rolled to Death. I
Erie, Jan. 14.—Whiio the wedding
f«*n-st of Louis Mnriifilje ami his bride .
whs tnkJjig place, at the residence of h
Michael Sussan to-day the baby son of
Sussaus wandered into tlio kitchen, T
it fell ini«* a eauldon t>f \
ironl soup and was boiled to , l
'
substitute,
of
In
of
•h
deat li.
in
j
iha fcanufacturers
— OF THE—
PATENT
k/;SrC.CP.!U_MF5.Goy
PATAFSCO Superlative Flour
are so confident of its Superior
Quality that they Guarantee
every pack a ge. I
_ .vow
i,,.
. Fr
STREETS
_
ni ..., _ v m _. II
- '
AGENTS FOR WILMINGTON.
a . h. UtlJee^Io a (V.jNo. 3^12. Second »t. j
J. l*. Xiiturn'd aV o., Kiglfih and Market,
iïljjjw ay ï* mî* i;*i u vit a ïdK ing »t». ^
jîi'iL lfuî^iigioin Ki«hth and Tatnali. P
8. F. Blacklston, NiuMi and Orange sts.
1 W. S. Moore, Del. avo aud \Ycn»t. 1
PERFECTION BUCKWHEAT.
M.
ser
cir
a
best
F.
to
E.
of
of
has
in
tills
is
and
I
Eat Seasonable Food,
LEA'S
HOMINY
HOMINY GRITS.
—AND—
Table Corn Meal,
but
Produce Heat
of
the
S. FELLIIEIMEK.
We make the Cigar; you make
the smoke.
It you wish to enjoy a good
cigar, try FELLHEIMER'S.
Wholesale and Retail Depot,
NO. 308 MARKET ST.
Alf
tho
by
the
be
Special inducements to box trade
The trade supplied with to
bacco at net cost jp-im
the
ti
AHVHEUENTH.
Q.RAND OPEBA HOUSE.
Tills amt Thursday niglic, .Tun. 14 and 15,
CHARMING
NELLIE McHENRY
J.
en
bo
in- {
of j
1
In
CHAIN LIGHTNING.
'NELLIE"
ii
III six *11«
ul ns
ira
-
RIM US' CELT. A U
I
-j
J
I
Friday night,
DOOR."
1
I
!
Co. A, American Rifles,
WILL HOLD A FAIR IN
i tn t\ t-a \t it a t t
for I tt l) hi JN 11 A li L ,
i
ye
COMMENCING
j
. Thursday E Veiling. Jim. 15.
is I J °
I
i
ket
ALI. FR1KNI
S ARK INVITED.
jlS-omltf
at
SALE
- ;
1 «
j I
HE
BARGAIN
SHOE

»•con.l.eml will continue 10 Us
IH A lot of Wool Lined Button nml I.
I Shoos, Old Ladle»' Comfort. A lot of v
r Cloth Boot», Wool Linod, ! - s
I Old Ucnts' Comfort. Men's llucklo Arc- j J
tics and Alaskas, Bucklo Arotics, Alas- !
. kad, Flannel Lined Buskin Rubbers, j
of h , kU p u t t0 n Arctics for Ladles, Misses V
of _ J
T d S h ' ld ""- GIovo ,1 '»»
t>f \ the hxt,u v h
to , l adies. Kxti
Mon. Men'»
' worth $2.50 and 93,
commences this 13tli day of January, )
t No. 300 Market s
Sill
1 i
Men s Be
in
Colchester Rubbers for
i Wide G1
F'ino Calf Button 81
>o llubbors for
Calf Bq«
ly «1.50. Men'
j Rook I.
«1.50. B
ud $2
fair Hook
s, :c
Ladles' Fi.io Kid 1'iir Tip Button
. Ladies' f ine Kill a
Boys'
only 05 ce
dl'eb- :
only D
bio B
, worth $1.75 and f ',
i*
Babcock's Family Shoe House, H
I K , nQQ htr K#||t s| ,
A1)0 : 0 B . co ;;; wtl ,2 g ; ol ,. Uol ,;;;„ •
o Kii
$1-2'
$1.50. I
•ebblo Button, II
cel and Spring lioel, Th
only $1 and $1 25. !?u
Tib $1.75 and $3,
ibl's rubble Spring
i,,.
w only co
solid leu
no and gat Hr
All
. »1
d,
- bh
D
Don't wait, bn
To
laser «f »1.1
Ir of Ludic»'
>
ill give
»ody«
i ;.i * .
.»»a
E. 0. R. SUTTON,
£38 MARKET STREET
BARGAINS in Real Estate for
t
Investors.
Improved property for sale,
paying net 9 and IO per cent. j
j Money waiting (or good iliort
gages. Saving Fund Certificates
^ or sale, paying semi-annually 5 |
P cr cen ^* Good Farms for CX
chaneo for city DrODCrtV.
1 ** / r l J
J,
I
i
PACKING.
A Chapt
ou the rroriuction of tho
Garlock racking Company.
Just
widely discussed In tho columns of
trade journals throughout the c
try than the comparative merits of the
different packing materials now in the
•ket. A correct estimate in this re
gard can only lie made by summing
up tho opinions expressed by tlio
practically interested in tho matter,
and who me thoroughly corn*
with tho requirements demanded of
packing. Through
liions with leading
of the country who are large
users, we feel competent to express
opinion regarding the merits of
the many materials now employed.
EximustiA'C inquiry lias e<
that there is no material in use that Is
equal In any respeci, t<> the patented
packings manufactured by thcGarlock
Manufacturing Company, whose Wll
I mington office is located with the well
known house of J. It. Hudson Co.,
mill supplies, corner Front und Market
streets, Wilmington, Del.
This company manufactures Elastic
Ring. Sectional Ring and Garlock's
Spiral Packing. Elastic Ring Pack is
tie in rings a perfect lit to the rad
and box, and is subjected to a perfect
patent lubricating procès
been in use fora number
although nuiiæri
being introduced every y
matter Is being more
intimât*
facture
of
be
. It 1ms
of years, and
îav packings
• the sales
of this material is increasin
This increase of sales is
the splendid work it lias done; in fact,
where rods are true and smooth, amt
1 glands are properly beveled,
it caunot is* beat. It is made any size
from % to 30 inches in diameter.
Garlook's Sectional Ring Packing is
especially adapted for rods out of line,
cut rods, Hut bottom stuffing boxes,
monia and pianos that
ficult to keep tight. It is
fUÄS
boj
•e very dif
bjeoted
SPIRAL
the same lubricating proc
Elastic Ring,
umtic. For loc
ing lias no equal. Since the intrôduc
of tho above mentioned packings,
tholr manufacturers liave be
vinood that an article which could bo
kept in stock %y dealers and large
•ou hi be desirable. With t his
object lu view t hey have invei
placed upon the market tho Spiral
1 is positively auto
otivo Avork this
ti
.
get
big
Packing. This material is made twelve
foot long, in sizes from J „ inch
I inches.
Tho manner *>f putting up the paek
lng enables tho dealers to keep it in
I stock convenient 1\% k<:
> that all cus
pplied immediately.
1 ho productions of th > Garlock Puek
I ing( ompany are now extensively used
throughout the country, and in every
instance lias given tho
! satisfiudion. J he company is in receipt
fiat to ring tesllmoniuis
which have
icreasing wit li every
ataloguo and price list.
atq*li<'atiou t«> J. R.
I Mar
<1 u
. Th«; ii
I**' oiitai
ye

i Hulls
A *
I'r
ket
ets, Wilmington, Del.
»«; Wine f««r
he Slrk.
onfidonliaiiy recommend
r's Port Gnq>e Wine, a superior
le oî wine for the sick and debili
tated. The vineyards and collars are
at Passaic, New Jersey. The unfer
niented juice is just like outing the
Igrapo. •
w
; Spec
v
! - s
j J .
! provided tu>
j shill apply
V
J
)
î!N°ïiï
F..-I, I*. V
IIAIIA, THE
tho 1
situated nt Ï
\\
ml h
1 i
Tld rd
rurd in tlio etty ot
ntyof New Castle and
pi Ian co with
s uf tho Gen
o made and
>f *
glvt
otic£ Mjat^
Pears and
Dell
>f tlio Stii
Deluw
in
I
dey, t
being
ul day of K.
b
'X
*1
fo
f*;
.f into'

Bq«
lu I.
ititien
ll
be *ln
). ,
full own
respectable
cill/.i
*f
lb
itii'i
r
id*
»aid
id,
a j. pnc
I M
lac
le
Pn
k Dill.
:
D F I
Newell
McCusker
M
Tu ml ish
i*
M
-chohek
Daffy
H VU F I I IXCr IK)TT^FS
u
• and stores.
ifllil
Uurp
Th
!?u
« K Lully
McKi
•J
;
prop
Bernard McVoy
51 J
ilhcim
illlm
!
ligll
1)
ily
»1
John G
John A
:
Seidel
Butler
D W Lynel
Jli-:
I*. F.
YOU SALE.
Fc
Bet we
and Five Hundred
50
rr«
not
that
Is
These properties
in nil parts *.r thecit
e located
' and offer
any of the tines
-
ties for i
j
|
ostments now
•ket, either lor h
the
stock
J, R. C. CorrelUSK.
Ikffore buying
lut ion.
*•11
roil If 1
call or sond for list, with prices,
etc., to
8to>< Market Street.
Mortgages,
phone No. 130.
I Money to L<
Tel«*
1» I
i
WAaVAMAM U & RUOWN.
FIVES AND TENS
SAVED EVERY
HOUROFTHEDAY.
HE GREATEST
bargains of tho year
or any bygone one
arc being got at the old cor
ner by our customers for our
thousands of Suits and Over- 1
coats nt present prices. Wo
turn our backs on the profit
wo expected to make on
them.
The most perfect, liest
fittbig, best trimmed Over
coats that ever came out of
our workrooms—these that
are reduced. Fine Kerseys,,
fine Meltons, fine Elysians,
lined beautifully.
Overcoats that were sold
not less than $30 now $20.
Overcoats that were sold
not less than $25 now $18.
Overcoats that were sold
not less than $20 now $15.
A special lino of Suits,
got up to please young men
of 10 to 20 years, stylish and
full of merit, worth all of $5
extra. They go—the lowest,
$10; the finest, $15.
A great upset in Men's
Suits—Cassimere and Wors
ted. No better clothingneed
be worn. Beautiful in fit
and reliable.
Suits for $12 now. They
were $15, $10, $18.
Suits for $15 now. They
were $18 and $20.
Suits for $20 now. They
were $25 and $28.
They're on the third floor,
front. Not faraway-the Made
to-Measnro Half-Price Suits
and Gamients-Bnrgains isn't
half strong enough word for
them.
T
$35 Suits, $17.50.
$30 Suits, $15.00. ,
$25 Suits, $12.50.
Single Coats, $18 to $0.00.
Single Coats, $15 to $7.50.
Single Coats, $10 to $5.00.
The regular Tailored-to
Order Department—You'll
get 15 per cent, clear dis
count on purchases there.
Such a houseful of money
saving Clothing that, no
matter what Clothing is
wanted—ready-made or made
to-measure—everybody who
buys saves money, and saves
big lots of it.
sum & Bn,
OAK IIALL,
rni la
ELPIIIA.
REAL ESTATE
IIOISK!
lot« und business places for
uted and roi
PKOPKIITY
lac
MONEY to loan
fln
rtgages in
it.
ANTING—W 111«, dcüd«,hond«.

u other
« l
ny, legally
prop
GEORGE O.
MARIS & SON,
8IXTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
COAL
50 CENTS FEE TON LOWES
Thin it a year ago.
Wt> would call the attention of consun*
rr« to llila tuet, und to thoae who havs
not already bought tbelr eupply, aug«est
that "delay« are daugcrou»." Tha
wholesale price will be
Is probability
lower; there i«
ot « b'eady advance during
the balance of the rear. Fr*in our lar^«
stock wo can till all order* promptly and
iurnlfth a first-class article. We solicit
all sizes la
95.25 pel
GEO. YOUSH&SONS,
I French Street Whirl,

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