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W3P I L i o 2 PRICE ONE CENT WILMINGTON, DEL., WEDNESDAY, MAY 13,1891. PRICE ONE CENT UDT/Prc X UEDüTTr finllYlTi u lirnrllli ' mUXJUJ A IILULIIU» I * ! Bo Decides a Majority of the Now York Presbytery. JflLVAINE'B DEFENSE OF BRIGG3. It Evokes the Applause of the Audi* ence—The Majority Report Adopted by a Vote of 44 to 1)1 — Professor the UiNtffgH Says^Ie Will Appeal Supreme Court of the Country. Niw York, May 13.—The Rev. Dr. Charles A. Briggs, profossor of Biblical theology at the Union Theo logical seminary, whose allege»! heretical utterances have been under discussion by the New York presbytery, has at tracted crowded audiences to the old Scotch church, where the investigation was hold. At yesterday's sosaion, after some pre liminary matters had been disposed of, and the assemblage warned that ap l lause would not be tolerated, Moderator announced that the business bo fore the meeting would be the reading of the reports of the committee pointed to investigate the charges against Prof essor Briggs. Thereupon Dr. Birch, chairman of the committee, stepped to the platform and read the majority report, which de clares Dr. Briggs guilty of heretical ut terances. of £ Prof«*. 1 The preliminary skirmish of the day xrurred when Dr. Birch had finished. ade to admit Dr. \ Briggs Objects. A motion of tho Chester presbytery, tho same which condemned Professor Briggs some time ago, as a corresponding member. That would give Dr. Vance a chance to speak on the subject under discus sion. The moderator did not think it S ould bo fuir to admit one outsider to ie privileg«» of the meeting and not the many others who were present. Professor Briggs rose and objected to the admission of Dr. Vance, ami tlie mo tion to that effect was lost when put be tho matter bad been set tled the report of the minority was rend by the Rev. Dr. Mcllvuine, who alone of the committee signed the minority report. He explained that Objected to the in the majority repo was equally divided s of investigation should bo made by the presbytery. Throe of the committee recommend«-;! a judicial investigation ami threo a friendly investigation. Thun he proceeded to re-ud the minority report. l>r. 1-UlwarilH ICxplains. When that Who, it w minority report and did not do the platform to make a verbal and also to explain his posit ion matter. He did not appr« fore the house. Whe Dr. Forbes had j of the word judicial rt, the committee is to what Dr. Edwards, expected, would sign the I, took report in the of a judi before the g ;mhly. He thought it woulil l>e bel ter to wait until the general assembly had disposed Of the matter. When it c majority rejxut by the J. Lampe «rose ami began to t he adoption of the :eting, Dr. J. address Against Dr. Briggs. He be gun by wtating that not fur a moment would he question the Christianity of Professor Briggs, hut he considered the professor's inaugural address to be auti confcssiounl. Dr. Lampe pointed out wherein the utterances of Professor Briggs conflicted with the confession of faith. Dr. Lampe said there were no orrors in the Bible, but only a few difficulties. Ho deplored the fact t liât tho present difficulty had come to the church, und said it would not willingly pai l with Professor JJriggs. McIIvhIiim'h Minority Report. ■ed that his, tho minority report, be substituted for the majority report. Dr. Md II vaine asked permission to explain why he wished to ■nhbliLuto tho minority report majority. Ho ascended to the platform, and after sneaking for a few moments he warmed V* : Dr. Mcllvuine for tho tip in a manner that ronxod his auditors. In the c< marks Dr. Mcllvuine said he did not know what Professor Briggs meant by sivo sanctification, and didn't understood it hi tn thought that if God could have made a perfect tho beginning ho would have done so, Without having him go through all tlie process as at present. God could muke on innocent, "I want time to think over this mat ter," the speaker said. "I don't know if Dr Briggs lias brought to truth these things thrust fashion," he added. •itement. Other prosby condeinn -half of Mr. McD ned the meeting that tlie great est injury which could come to tlie church if hia Dr. Briggs fully . Mc II vaine •elf. Dr » great if lie is a heretic. I don't want in that it is all tur moil and teries all over the country ing him, and probably not tbein has read hin address." Vaine to have it to go out to the World that the church wua gagging its Scholars. Briggs Will Invoke the Law. When Dr. Mcllvuine concluded there Was a buret of applause, und tlie ap plause occasioned considerable of a pus. A threat was made tliat tlie audi ence would be turned out of the church and into tho lecture room, but the mat ter finally simmered down and nothing wae done. Dr. Briggs protested ag tion of tho presbytery n Willi tho report of tue co Ho thought he had been unjustly u said he would go to the su preme court of the country to get justice. From this time on there was a chaos of motions and amendments, but event •ttlly the minority report was voted down by 05 to 85 ami the majority re port adopted by a vote of 44 to 31, und the moderator waa instructed to appoint * committee of five to act on the recom mendation of the report. Dr. Briggs formally protested against the action of tlie presbytery. The presbytery then adjourned until June 17. In the opinion of many this decision •f th* New York ^presbytery is tho be ginning of a far reaching split in the ranks of the Presbyterian*. Dr. Mcll % sine says the* condemnation menus the notKicmuatioii of u great pa*ty through A» j fc 1 lui v.crid. which uurrauuiilly spread ainst the ac n connection »raittee. Vwted. ing *.n every branch of religious work. ' If the general assembly «hall eventually I discipline Professor Briggs for what he ! said in hi« inaugural address there are ! fold of the Presbyterian denomination. _ RUSSIA'S HEIR WOUNDED. ! Set I'pon by Insane Policeman In I Japan. Shanghai. May 18.—A dispatch re attempt haut been mode upon the life of the Grand Duke Nicholas Alexandrovitch, of Russia and j j I 1 ! ceivcd here announces that of the the eldest heir apparent to the Russian throne, but that the wounded, is considered to be in ger of dving. The Czar witch had gone to the pictur esque resort called Otaw, naumi, six miles from Kisto. There a native police attacked of t.ho czar .though seriously dan Lake Bi named Tsnaa Snnso the prince, striking him head with his sword with intent to mur der. tho Owing to the thickness of the met w deflected und described u cat down t he side of the forehead not of a serious character. The imperial party hastened back to Kiota and got surgical assist ée. The culprit is believed to be in The Japanese emperor and his rs hurried to Kiota to express ■ by the prince, tho sword ministe their sympathy. The Short Termers. Philadelphia , May 13.— Lawyer 8. S. Iszard, who represents a number of the get-rich-quick creditors, has decided to lay the question of the ad visibility of compiling the short term to surrender their Now J before District Attorney George S. Gra ham today. Mr. Iszard is especially concerned about the American Mutual Order of Protection, which is operating in this city under a New Jersey charter. Several men here of this concern have endeavored to get back what money they they paid into this institution, and were repulsed. organizations Jersey charters A Legislator Held for Assault.' Harrisburg, May 18.— Representative Jacob Schick, of Philadelphia, fore Mayor Fritohey on a charge of suult and battery prefer rod by Martin Nenrv, of Philadelphia, the trainer for Quaker City Athletic club. Laut barroom row I"' ' Wednesday at tho Grand hotel bore Schick cut Neary badly with a bottle, and when the injured •mn • got out of tho hospital he brought suit against Schick. The hearing was postponed until to-morrow, Senator Thompson becoming Schick's bail. Throe Murderers Hcntencd. Atlanta, Gu., May 13.—Judge Clark in the-superior court sentenced Elisha Underwood and Churles M. Osborne (white) and George ored) to be hanged f« wood will be bunged July 10, Osborne June 26, and Washington July 5. Un mardwaü AWx. On born« dered James M. Bradley and Wash ington murdered a colored man named Ben Oliver. Osborne and Underwood belonged to respectable families and were well thought of up to the time they became murderer!*. Osborne and Washington are to be hanged publicly. Washington, (col for murder. Under Celebrating Mr. Childs' Birthday. PniLADKi.iTHA, May 13.—The ex-dele gates of the International Typographical onion last night celebrated the birthday of Mr. George W. Childs with a ban quet. Breakiug away from the old established rule that, banqnets wore only for men, the ex-delegates boautiH<*<l the board by having their wives and daugh ters, and th** younger ones their sweet hearts. at the table. In his letter of grot Mr. Childs congratulated the « delegates on this new departure. Boring lor Oil in Bucks County. Doyijsbtown. Pa., May 13. — The Eastern Oil company, a concern organ ized about a year ago for the purpose of looking for oil in Noekainixon township, Bucks county, are still confident of finding oil in paying quantities. Presi dent L. C. Rosenzi says th* company has just contracted to sink the well 90U feet deeper. It has already reached a depth of 2,100 feet. The cost of this additional 000 feet will be $5,000. Hallenser Sentenced to Death. Jersey City. May 13.— Edward Wil limington flallengcr, alius "Big Bell inger," the negro ex-Buptist exhorter _.id prize fighter, w'ho pleaded guilty to killing Mary llallenger, alias "Alary Peterson," the woman who lived with him as his wife, in Jersey City on April 5, was yesterday sentenced by Judge Knapp to bo hanged on Friday, June 30. Tlie condemned man botruyed not the slightest emotion. An Officer Stabbed by a Prisoner. Mahanoy City, Pa., May 13.—Officer Willium Bliker injured by a hauy, whom The nrisor, the officer, stabbed and •isoner named John Bre î was taking to Pottsville. itteinptod to escape, but though desperately wounded, grappled with him and succeeded in handcuffing him and conveying him to jail. Tho Schuylkill Classis. Trbmont, Pa., May 12.—Schuylkill classis of the Reformed church ie in session here, with every congregation represented by clerical and lay delegates. The classis is composed uf congregations in Schuylkill and Berks counties. Rev. A. R. Bartholomew, of Pottsville, is in tho chair. Capt. Verney Expelled. London, May 13.-Capt. Edmund H. Verney, member of parliament for North Buckinghamshire, was formally expelled from the house of commons yesterday, on motion of Mr. William Henry Smith, first lord of tho treasury, Juror Culv< 's Iilbel Suit. Chicago, Muy 13.-Tho trial of the libel suit of Jonathan Culver against The Herald, for 125,000 damages for tlie nblienti his integrity as a Cronin juror, was be fore Judge Anthony. of an •tide re ting E Yale's Oldest Grad e Dead. Manchester, VL, May 18.—-Rev. J. D. Wickham. Yale's oldest living nato, died lost, night, nged 01. fie a member of tho cluss of 1015 grad wui TRACY'S CONFIDENCE The Naval Seoretary Speaks of the Itata Affair. NO FEARS OF AN ENGAGEMENT. In the Event of Our Cruisers Being Attacked by the Insurgei sets, Says Mr. Tracy, They Are Fully Able to Hold Their Own with the Rebel Craft. »' Ves* Binohamton, N. Y., May 18.—Secre tary Tracy, who is in this city on pri vate business, interviewed last night regarding the reports of the orders given to the commander of the cruiser Charles ton in the matter of the capture of the Itata, and the ability of the cruiser to cope with the Esmeralda in event of the latter's interfering, to protect the runa way vessel. lie scouted the idea that the Charles ton was inferior to the Chilean vessel, and said she was fully able to cope with the Esmeralda, cruisers of tho United States navy the Pacific. Those latter were the San Francisco and the Baltimore, and they were more than able to hold their own with the insurgent craft, though it was not likely that they would fall in with her. Ho stated that the Charleston has or ders to capture the Itata wherever sho may be found on tho high seas. This in cludes all waters outside the three mile limits of ports of foreign countries. He did not anticipate resistance, but said the United States cruiser would cany out her orders at all hazards. He could not make public the exact text of the cipher dispatch Bent to the Charleston's commanders, nor would ho say definitely that tho San Francisco had been ordered north to intercept the Itata. The United States had main tained a strictly neutral position i fusing to supply arms to tho insurgents. two other Cleveland's Buffalo Reception. Buffalo, May 13. — The Cleveland Democracy formally opened its new club house last night anu dedicated it to the' propagation of Democratic prin ciples. The building was ablaze with lights, und redolent with the of plants and flowers, which in profusion. The bers of the club present. When Mr. Cleveland rose to reply to President Herbert II. Biasel's address of welcome tlioro was a whirlwind of applause, and during his address he was frequently in terrupted by loud cheers. After the shaking tho ex-president shook hands with the hundreds who pushed forward. Over 400 invitations prominent persons throughout the state to attend .the dedication. Regrets were HilL William perfume hounded were 1,600 isssued to received from Governor II. Purcell, of Rochester; Edward Mur phy, of Troy, and E. L. Godkin, of New Their Talk Was Effective. Scottdale, Pa., May 13.—Two loads of foreign laborers passed through bore yesterday, destined to Frick's — ous coke plants. The first carload unloaded at Fairchance. They were met by some of the strike leaders, the situation explained to them and minutes all of them, forty in number, thoir way back to Pittsburg, e not permitted to enter were taken ten The strikers the second car, ami the to their destination. A large number of strikers' families were evicted from their homes, but no serious difficulty was countered by the deputies. Woi 's Missionary Society. Pittsburg, May 13.—Tho eighth nual convention of tho Women's Gen eral Missionary Society of the United Presbyterian Church of North America eiiod in the Third Presbyterian church, this city, last night. Every thing suggests a successful convention. The session will continue until Thurs day. About ninety delegates from all parts of the United States »nee. Tho evoning's session ducted by the president, Mrs. Rev. J. P. Cowan, of Indianapolis. The exercises wero devotional, and conducted by Mrs. W. C. Hucliison. in attend Shoved Till gli a Brick Wall. Altoona, Pa., May 12.—Isaac Kylor drove his team to the Pennsylvania railroad yard and began lomling aslies into his wagon. A shifting engine pushed a train iu upon tho side track, und before Kyler or his te. escape they were shoved entirely through the thick brick wall of the round house. Kyler und hia team were horribly man gled. Kylet's body was found thirty feet inside of the building. He w years old, and married. aid 4U Extension and Renewal of Charters. Harrisburg, Muy 13.—Permission was granted at the state department to the Scranton Savings Bank and Trust pony, of Scranton, Pa., for and externe renewal of it3 charter ; capital Stock, $10,000; and tp the Mechanics' and Merchants' bank, of Scranton, Pa., extension and renewal of its charter; capital slock, $50,000. for Jay Gould's Now Scheme. New York, May 13.—.lay Golud, ac companied by his counsel, appeared be fore the rapid transit commissioner* yes terday in an effort to secure a . , route for tire elevated railroads. Tho proposed improvement is intended to carry three tracks, and will cost 8700,000 per mile. The commissioners have the matter under advisement. Bending's New Electric Road. Reading, Pa., May 13.—The fiual con tracts for the construction of the Read ing and Southwestern Street railway have been awarded, and tho work will ' go forward rapidly, it is exacted d will be in operation Sbillingtyn, three miles from Read ing, by July 13. To Act that tl: far Consul at Ne •Orleans. Washington. May 13.—The state do nartmen* I notice that the Ital has selected Cesaer • >' '•n ml at Bostou, Mass., to E r ' ■ ' Pc act as ul at New Orte in place of su! »rie, recalled to Rome by liis government. DENVER'S RECEPTION Ten Thousand People Weloome the Chief Magistrate. THOUSANDS MOEE OHEER HIM As He Passes Through the Streets of Colorado's Metropolis—His Stir ring Words of Cheer to the Men of the Grand Army—Applauding the School System. Denver, May 13. —Ten thousand peo ple welcomed President Harrison when the train rolled into this city. Thou sands more were massed walks to the Metropolitan hotel. The crowd noisy, but good natured, and the sincerity of its welcome could not be doubted. Senators Teller and Wolcott the side he was driven from the station and the governor of the state first to greet the president, after which he was escorted to his carnage, which was drawn by six magnificent horses. All along the lino of march tho presi dent was greeted with most enthusiastic cheers. A grand ovation was given him when ho passed tho High school build ing by the school childre massed row above row in front of the building. The street flowers strewn by the children. Tho halted at the Metropolitan elalxyrate banquet was served. After the banquet the proces ogain formed Lincoln avenue and Broadway, where an address of welcome was made by the ivor, Jo which the president responded follows: the who were vied with E arly were otol, where a nd moved to Governor ltoutt, Mr. Mayor, Plonceroof Colo rado, Comrades of tlio Grand Army and Fellow Citizens: This scene is Insplring. This beautiful city, the fame of which have not failed become kuown hearing of the joice to add my plensunt impressions of Colo rado and of it9 tal. Your resources. You do the greatost industrios of civilized life. Y huvo taken from your mines immense storos etuis, but. wheu thes their supply Is diminished, you will eyes towards those metals that base, but that uftor all luto human life that they supply ing, and iu the end Your iron and coni, and lead, will be sources of iuc 1 aw glad to know that you 1 « busy delving In tho earth, that yon have led your minds to precious metals, have forgotten that there is a blue ubove you. that tl glories that are greater than all material. You have not failed to make sure (.feat the blessed children of your households that ing aro made secure iu the possession of the 1 well endowed common st happy boro into journeying citlzeus « tho far cast, bad t, by the and seeing of tho eye. mcrciul and political capi ta blessed in the diversity of depend upon M| er in so many ways profitable industries. id building :c inexhaustible d hoprs and aspi ratio woll ordered school system. It has sight to hue tho old banner that the smoke of battle and carried n rudes uow in the bauds of school ohildreu of Colorado. But, my fellow citl/.cus, this e demand made for public spuech has been enable me to pursue Lli des of the Grand Army irs of the great war whio cessfully brought buck tho flag iu honor and establish«! again the undisputed emblem of indissoluble union, God lias bountifully lengthened out your days that you might :h some glimpse of the glory that has come from tho achievements iu which you honorable part. Bui ouiy the vision of the prophet reucliinf catch the full glory of what your • have wrought. I give you todey a most i Donate greet!ug and a regretful good-by. May you hold tl live iu the r cntitlc.1. Let no Grand Army man honor in civil life the noble record 1 the w dyi i-mblage is n my timo protracted to arks further, the Republic, and deeds uffoc amity in which you which you arc ad I. dis le in . Muy ev : blussiuf? follow if it shall not bo iu God's dispcosutioi you rlchos, with tho tdorious thought of 1 utod to tho i;ru on shall die Intf coutrib itcht work that oily und for God. Citizens of Don vor, I cannot clono without csr iut; the great aatisfactiou and surprise witnessed this ring substantial am wrought for hu w 11 ich I ha nificent d streets, these t buildings iu which your c acred placo you iuenterpris rning, the mu These el) tlie beauty at cities of tin arnoug tr.e you very sincerely f land. I tl st ration which I Ail this as evldciico that in all c putriolic tho coiiBlItuti xUptThi? -I l. 1 I uns, having a lo foi l the flag that brings opinion to tho law fully expressed tv ish of the majority. At tho reception at Mrs. Governor Routt's resident' presented with a handsome book of Col orado wild flowers. After leaving the Grunt smeller the party were driven all over Denver suburbs und past the West Denver public school, where 1,000 child up in line, in returning the party were driven to tho depot, where a large crowd was awaiting to them off. Promptly tit 6 o'clock the train pulled off over the Burlington road. The president said his reception in Denver was the beat arranged affair of any he hud received, everything go ing off smoothly. Mrs. Harrii Assaulted by Burglars. Springfield, Ills., May 13. — Miss Lillie Sheehan was found on the floor of her bedroom with a towel tightly bound around her throat and nearly dead fr the effects of was made by burglars during tho night upon her refusal to cell where her money and jewelry were kept. She may die from the effects of rough handling. There is no clew to the perpetrators of the crime. mit. which sho said To Improve Jersey'« Stute House. mtract for Trenton, May 13.—Tho rebuilding the part of the Stu in which tho assembly cliantl cated i His bid was $ 140,000. Tho old already been demolished some pected. 'I fore the session of the is lo •ded to James W. I ming. 1 g has liand <1 valuable improvement is ex n " " vork is to be finished be ixt legislature. 1 I Decided Against Lingo. Camden, N. J., May 13.—Judge Gar rison announced late yesterday after noon that us the trial court was evenly divided on the application of Frauds Lingo, Mrs. Miller's murderer, for a trial, the application must be fused. Lingo's counsel immediately certioraried the case court. to tlie supreme TRUE MERIT IN CLOTHING Is a combination of highest values and lowest prices. $10.00. At this price we are showing a line unsurpassed in the mar ket for real hard genuine merit, cut from Cassimercs, Home spuns, Cheviots and Worsteds, lined with elegant material and conveniences that combine ease, grace and permanent fit. Any one who is anxious to save 33 per cent, on the dollar can buy a Suit for only $10 that is worth $2 or $3 more. HAM SUR GERS'. Catholic Knights Convene. Philadelphia, May 13.—Tho supi council of the Catholic Knights of A ion is in bi-ennial session in St. George's hall. Thirteenth and Arch streets. The order has for its objtiets the uniting for improvement of all Catholics of every profession and businoas; to give all pos sible moral und material aid in its power to members of the order by holding in structive ami scientific lectures, by couraging each other in business, and establishing a benefit fund from which $2,000 shall lie paid at death. The c cil has about 23,000 members, divided among forty-two states. The conven tion will last four duys. Congressman Bunting's Prophecy. Columbus, O., May 18. —Congressman Buuting, of the Thirty-third district, New York, held a consultation with Governor Campbell yesterday, Mr. Bunting is a Cleveland terview last night he said: "It is well understood in N Gçvemor Campbell and the princip lie represents should be successful iu Ohio this fall, Mr. Cleveland will be the nominee for president. Should Mr. Mc Kinley be elected David B. Hill will be the nominee jf the convention. In York that i Aslmry Green Lynched. Centbevillk, Md., May 18.— Asbury Green, colored, who was sentenced by j Judge Stump to twenty-one years in the penitentiary for an assault ard Toison, of Kent Island 1891. Mrs. How Feb. 28, taken from the jail at this place by a body of masked tho morning and hanged to the limb' of a tree. early i Au Editor's Suicide. Ridoway, Pa., May 13.—Eugene J. Miller, formerly editor of The Williams port Democrat, and present proprietor of The McKean Democrat, committed suicide by taking laudanum while in a fit of temporary insanity produced by sleeplessuo.is. BASEBALL YESTERDAY. National League. At Cleveland— r. n. B. Cleveland ...10000020 0—366 Philadelphia 3 0 1 1 0 0 At Cincinnati— Brooklyn .1 0318432 1-18 20 4 C "U ~ 10 u * " 11 " IL 1 . 5 Pittsburg .040 1 0000 1— 6 0 4* Hr-: rs Bostou. 00000 2 202— 6 11 3 American Association. 4 * - 8 12 5 At Bnltii St. Louis. Baltimore. . At Philadelphia— Athletic.2 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 Louiavillc_0 At Boston Boston.6 Columbus.0 At Wasliiugtou Cinciuuuli 0 2003001 0— VVttshiugtou.. 1 2001002 1 - 682 "is-: 0 0 0- 4 «** 0 0 1 VuVN. 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 4—13 1 00000020-2 8 2 U 4 1 0 x Races • G u lien berg. GtmviUtKUO. N. J., May 13.—Firs furlongs -Defaulter, 1; tit. Patrick, 2 ; Um» B, 3. Time, 1.10ft. .Second , 0 o. 6Î4 furlongs—Baldwin, 1; Sir Knmiu J., 3. Ti o. 6 furlongs— Airtight. 1 ; Petulont on, 3. Tim«, UM. c, Mi mile—Charley Post, 1; Suu dzy, 2; lted Elm, 8 . Time, 0.48ft. 4 miles—Little Jim, 1; JO, S.11M. 7 furlongs-Mauds . 3. Time. 1.31. colt, 2 ; U Fourth Fillli race, I u-eoaa. 2; Troy, 3. T Sixth race », 1; Ho PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. of the Stock and Produce Exchanges. A. May 12.—The stock market waa unset I led. Pennsylvania was did' and ilrin. l.uhlgh Valley and Lehigh Navigati« stmdy. There w t/uarket was rut! Following ware tlie closing bids: Leldgh Valley. .. 4 «^ Reading g. N. Pacific N. Pacific pfd Ü7% Headiug 2d pf. fie 33 — 60 ?4 Heading 3d pf. Un 27 13 9-lü W. N. Y. A- Pa. . 7>: I'll. 46J6 II. St B. T. • 6 j js H. & B. T. prüf.. . Closing Qtiolati s quiet. . -! . 78 Hsadiug 1st pf. ; Hoansylvani Reading. Ihigh Navi g St. Paul. The Produce Market. rnir.ADELPltr.v. May 12 . Sih ,« uper..fli.tti®4.25; No. 2 win: .. ,^.aî jtwuut. ».«sau* i^î ; ngur, <> ît!â per barrel. i Wheat - Firm, with $1.11 bid and $1.1$ for May; $1.66V# bid aud fl.uo Mked for June; $1.07 bid uud $1.07)# asked for July; $1.04 bid aud #1.<HH ireked for August. : roU i Men's Fine Suits, $15.00. The great rush we have had the past few weeks on $15; Suits has depleted our assort ment and to fill up the gap we're compelled to reduce $18 and $20 Suits to $15. You'd call a Merchant Tailor liberal if he would give you the same suit for $25. Where Can You Obtain LEA'S Flour? Ask Your Dealer. r» I i g\\ 200 Bushels Choice «a >% I ■ Pinna. Potatoes, AT $1,25 PER BUSHEL FOU SALE I1Y LYNCH & LEARY, 7 Grocers, W. Co r . 4th and Madison Sts. Wilmington Delaware. SMALL STOVE COAL. The Coal Mining Companies have discontinued tho making of Small Stovo Size, and now mix the stovo and small stove together. Wo are fortunate in still having a good stock of small stove from selected cel ve orders n l tue old price ol #5.85 per .',24U lbs. ea «nd will ln» pleased to re G. W. BUSH & SONS CO. FRENCH STREET WHARF. Telephone No. 675, For UIJ A ) Saad, Cement, Fite Brick and Clay, Calcine Plaster end Merble Dust. Offers: F.ighth aud Sblpley mn 1 Foot of Fuuith Street, BOYS' SUITS AND OUTFITS. Scarcely had we announced to the public our inducements in $5 Knee-Pant Suits before we saw they were going to be rushers and we've actually sold ourselves so close down on these suits that we've had to throw in many $0 and $7 Suits to fill up the gap. Pc r iale Waists, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. CLOTHIERS Ml RUMFORD BROS. Hatters, 404 MARKET STREET m EXAMINE EYES FREE' oculists' ^àSÊS^CBDEhS FILLED^OSa^ YOU THINK YOUR EYES ARE COODl If you have thorn examined you will mobabiy find that there is something wrong with them, and that glasses will be a great hell» ' Wo uso inimitable "DIA M.4KTA" h made only by us. and recommended by leud ing Oculists as tno best olds to defective vi.-ioD 8oll«\ Gold 8peetacles 43.00 \ usual price $5.00 Bteel Spectacles - - .»C| muni prk-o 1.0C Artificial Eyes inserted A.OOi usual price ,*hlcb .CO M.ZIKEMAN& BRO. 1130 S. Ninth St. PHILADELPHIA. Street». OPTICIANS. CbH*»nut ard Walt TWO DESIRES WITH A MORAL. 1. The Desire of tlie Boy to wear a nice neat, fitting and tasty looking suit. 2. The Desire of tho parent to buy a nice, neat fitting and ,tasty looking suit] at as close a price as possi lie. ÎMORAL : BUY: YOUR BOYS' CLOTHING c— at—: HAMBURGERS', 220 ini 222 Market Street. Shoe Store, No. : Market St. I Oil lfl«NT.— V !* I i-'TU II f THEFT, 7 A COm 7 I* I N F. S. 111P-1M4 nd halb, û very low. HEA1.D mia-itfit ; .1 bo und Murket strentn. TT'Olt KENT—FURNISHEDIlOOMS. NO. J 1 403 Delaware avouue. iniJ-fltt TPOK KENT HTUHKKOUM AND _P dwelling, 313 W. S.l street. Cheap for liulaneo of year to right party. Apply TATNALL'S CREAMERY, 4th au.i bVlp ley NTF.D-! w l.K AKB Address H. it. this ofti TT'Olt HALF. -AT A BARGAIN. A BAY X* mare, eight years old, weighs 1200 gounds. J. II. GOODING. Kourteôuth sud fUU. Telep d-3td-ltw ilS-e \\ 7ANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN. A as clerk or assistant . Gaud reference. Address iul3-Stt ■nograi otni c. W ANTED-A Ol HL FOR GENERAL hoü3ework, In a s^uali family. Afl No. 620 Madison street. mlfi-ltt P»> W ANTED-A CLRIUtlN A store. Appl^ùt Ninth u OCERY d Siilpley W ANTED- Fill s J ÖLASS VEST milkers: also n tnllorèss to help On G EG. K. G CONN EH. « West 3rd ml3-lt» W ANTED—IMMEDIATELY. %nd Hn coou. »11^8 FLUNK «1* A GOOD T, Front mta-.'Ut HATS. Our stock is enormous and our variety boundless. Boys' headwear in the latest blocks and shades. Our straw hats from 25c. to $1 are beauties. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. A well-dressed man shows hia tastes as much by his neckwear as by his clothing. In fact the furnishings finish what artistic tailoring lias begun. Nobby silk neckwear, 25 and 50 cents. 220 & 222 Market St Open Every Evening. £jKAND OBERA IiUUSE. MAY 14. 1091. (1 LAILA, e Acts, by Sixty Cfill Operettu In T :i. For the bencHt of IAN ! It Cil. ■ II.HKItT FHKSBYTK1 QUAND OPERA HOUSE, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 10. MR. E. H- SOTHERN IN ,THB 'MaUtcr of Woodbarrow. the Management of Mr. r Daniel 1 r nit •% TA ft 0 Â m jl v; Wt - "\\ \ ■'* XT Tin fir nul«.'* '•Why do you "IDsstock t-. tl) iihlr" •y Prell y Blr. she ) "Hut l ty inablf P«'v T I« »»>" pretty '■T I* vit! 1. sli Hi 1 und yin* off i «v lie In "I've .Furniture, Carpets, Reddin' Stoves, Oil Cloths, Baby Carriages, Mirrors. Hanging Lamps, Standing Lamp», Window Shades, Clocks, Pictures, Befrigerators, Ice Chests. A few of onr bargains aro Chamber Suites, 7 $15.00 up. $0.50 " $4.50 " pieces, Sideboards, Lounges, Bedsteads, Bed Springs, • Baby Carriages, Brussclls Carpet per yard, Ingrain Carpet, Floor Oil Cloth, Weekly and monthly pay ments or 5 per cent, of! for cash. All goods marked iu plain figures. $3.00 $1.25 $6 60 a 05 eta. " 25 eta. 25 eta. U THOS. GRINSELL, S. E, Cor. 2nd and Orange Sts. Open Tuesday evening until 9 o'clock Saturday Evenings un til 10 o'clock d. T il U M AS M ITC 1 IE LL Furnishing Undertaker and Practical Fmbalmcr, NO. 412 KING STREET. Residence 1103 Madison street. To Io nian»» uall ;si a.