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ter*»u,.fS« ww CommH t i n,
leBtroet and hewer Commission | true
their regular weekly meeting last.. rape.
ilöff. when the weekly pay-roll,
unltng to #733.60, was presented !
drawn iu favor of tho par- |
; this
-
■ Hie
Upd,
»©city auditor reported oollocth
•tinting 1.0 $42.05 and tho «hier
>er reported that he had coilectod
;
:
Jury
and
( Qc motion of Mr. Gawt hrop. hose
fOpnoctloiiB for sewer Hushing
other nurnove were dlrectevl to tw
PjBwOsd as fi . i tws: Tenth street.
Of Market: . roomo street, opposite
Idlers' Monument; Broome street,
below Ninth; and Fourth street
Broome.
: : Beveral petitions to tap sow
granted.
Tho contract for furnishing Mocks
tor Market street between Fifth
filxlh streets.
HaJKrandywinu Granito Company ut ♦l.O'l
per square yard.
|fc fttds for grading Franklin si root,
from Seventh to Ninth and Pennsylva
nia to Delaware avenue, wore received
A* follows Michael Riley
per square yard; J. A. McCaulloy. li
Oents; WllllAm Dougherty, 16 and 15
cents; E. E. Crumllsh. 11 cents; Martin
RpabpgO, 18 conts; Wlllium Campbell, 13
* Cents; Patrick Oarberry. 15 and 13.
t The contract was awarded to Carup
for
or
"If
were
the
ardod to The
bo
be
ing
on
bo
, 16 cents
Strnwburry Fe.tlval.
A strawberry festival will bo glv
by tho women workers of Harrison
wreet M. E. Church, at. Eden Hall,
Delaware Avenue ueur Tatnall street.
like
fo
his
-i A next Friday and Saturday evenings.
The proceeds nre to be devoted to lho
ereotla
mlaston fee of only
•barged. They promise a good time
to those who attend.
Work
of the
chapel. A
cents will I«
ad
begun on tho temporary
ragglMlk building ot the Harrison sired
H. E. Church yesterday. It w
©aed for
of tho
'•rill l*o hold hi
-ill be
dco during tho
chapel. Special
tent
•ectlon
•vl
---- .. Sunday.
y 24, wheu there will bo preaching
eminent divlr
(Quarterly Confer
ftt 800 Franklin street, t
•wuing.
im
of this ellv. 'I ht-lr
the
os will be held
Thursday
the
to
A Surprise Party.
Lost evening a
K lnnsnnt surprise
e Rev. G.V.l'otor
•oi- and wir« at their residence. No.
HflfelS Lombard »trout, by seventy of their
hid and loving friends of the Be
mt Workois of tiiu A. U. M. P. Church.
accompanied by Rev. S.
d wife, wh.
5
hy
r
.JBMl led in
ÿù&pwfs. in
Work ws,
I spec
eh Mr. R
f tho Benevolent
prayer, after
behalf o
meson ted tho pastor In a
cli willi a handsome suit of
•loth * i. to which the pi
or responded
KRlUng terms. Mrs. Lucinda Scott
with a
eu tod Mrs. L.
E
îontaining 419.66, which
ikfully received bv her. The
ial talk. Refresh
also served in abundance.
l»K W
-!
i
Mt
muled.
II. L«
Ma 7«tt Be
on I be "HJiuper" iu the B. W. A B
K illing shop, at. Third street and
Ulroad ave
MtUlent to his left hand about 9
•faloek Hus morning,
Tho yhaper" i
Uphdle» of great velocity nb
C otut ions per minute.
» Is gone from the tli
1 lli© fore finger.
_ little finger i
He was laid
l*daya, two years
die finger of Lin
(©Hi this is a
Hags to Hie Knigt
d Richardson, residing at
orklng
'hilt
chin© with two
2590
to
tli
Part of the
feffi
The b«
) on I hiss
loft hand
or
o when the mid
was taken out
« hurt. Ho bo
ot the Golden
•ica Mechanics Industry
liodge, No. 2. Hissurgoon is Dr. Junius
A. Drap'T.
Ic
•I A
Hev. Thom»» i,. Pouls
having oc
visit friend» in o»
city, call
rung. Ho Is
• office this
K at.
©ne of tho Dolnwan
le
creditable mark in his p
ranks among the greatest pul
nrs in the country
pastor or tho First Methodist
»rcli ut Juuuiica. New York, which
IS a mctnburehlp or 1990 and
fcy s bool witl
Mr. 1'oulsou i-) beginning lo show
of time, being about 6 »j
age, but still hare Ami hearty,
>le of doing ns great
any
CP, (.r which lie has bee
lißl.ed member.
salon,- ;
Ile i
scholms.
U:
;
Ed*cap.
til© Cl
a dis
ITefci
lent OniQeM'N
Dr. Bliss, speaking Iu
^ s oT Speer's i*ort Wine write» tlio
wtag from
the highest
*. D. C., Jan. 35, 1834.
tit. 1
Dem Sb :— I have to
quality of yot
m, notably your Port Wine,
F I havo prescribed them for my pa
nota fur the yust two years with uni
nu and satisfactory results. I have
II confidence in the "purity of y
toe» and Hint, they me uniformly of
Mkdard strength, hence prescrit»«
exclusively
. Very truly y
cknowledg
d t<
ly pi a* -
D. W. BLISS, M. D.
An Icc-Ui
n Party.
On inviluti
0. Cooper
anging school proceeded t>
Koce of Mr. George Smith,
fljpd Apple streets, where they
frftfttsd to ion cream, cakes, etc.
Sr. Cooper
bg Mr und Mrs Smith.for their kind
fiMQBideraUou. and ox pressed the hope
that they would contlu
.ibtronlzed by the citizens
Unity. The members of the school
several choice selections lo the
OMight.of the farijlly und their friends '
And at 10.30 they left l
|V*abodes, well pleased
éftèdlngs of the
last
ing Rev. Isaac
bera of his
to tho resl
HeaM j
d tho
1
Itev. ,
ado a few remarks th
k
to tie largely
in their w
h-fir
ith tho pro
euing.
!
At tho afternoon session of tho !
Court yesterday, the following biq» i
*rere opened and read for furnishing j
pot Lon, of 2,900 pounds to the)
D for tho prisoners to break: Isaac,
b:QRHSSi
Railroad Company, 85 ( -
Iraqdywine Granite Compu
ohti Thacknry, Elkton, *1.4!
At tills forenoon's sesslo
»• Jul
tent.
01
-, *1.05;
«.f
be
frryC
Kng stone was
flUulroad Company • n - year fui S5
•ente per ton.
!.t
dud t
e W A S
Hr. S
Milton 8. .Si
é* t© for cl! y tie
lÊffii
Jo.» h
brief business trip, and
pi
The M
In
1 who
and to u rg
hank t!
e! for
P«n th
■ay,
r hole Ropu
myscif >Vi.
■ !
I
When court convened at 10 o'clock
>rulng, Attorney General Riggs dred.
that the grand jury had ignored m
tt found against Walter
C-Ohmi* *1, far com tul ttilltf ft tftpe Oil A JhÎt
cofared woman, but had returned a m©
true bid ror an attempt to commit a
rape. and
Tho charge of manslaughter against,
Kalita Miles, for causing the drain of
Fannie Baker, was also ignored, but
bill» of malpractice
this m«rul
stated .w« | HI/
Hie indictment found ugainst
Gobmiau, for committing a rape
eofared woman, but had returned a
returned.
Mr. Diggs als
«veil tho special those
Jury summoned for the Court of Oyer vrhh
and Terminer b« discharged and tho "v*
motion was granted.
diaries it. Evans. Esq. called up the tat
of l'almer Smith,colored, indicted talncd
for assault with Intent to kill Joseph long
Leech of Christiana hundred, on R°'
II« iiuoùnl Ke«U..n 17 of Chapter,CXV, t'«:"
or the Revised Code, which says that
"If uuy person shall l»e committed for
felony, und shall not be
dieted and tried at the
term of
»urt where such crime Is cognl/.-l
bail,
the
able, he shall be set
nless it appear by allldavit that th
•s for tho Slate could not then
I if such prisoners shall not
bo indicted and tried at tho
after his commitment, hu bhail
be discharged from prison."
Mr. Evans urged that undor this
section his client was entitled to his
discharge, without Li ini, but tho Court
withhold Its docislon.
Waltor Coloman was arraigned and
pleaded guilty to the Indictment churg-l
ing him with assault with intent to
it h rai>e. II. H. Ward, Esq., I
stated that he had taken this course,
on Mb [ulvlo«. 1 .
Mr. War I nlao «Inter! tlmt he would _ A
produce several wltnewes he
this
d
liberty
j
wit.nu.«
bo had ;
I
like
fo
sentence wo* passed, and the
deferred until this afternoon.
Samuel Sowell, colored, withdrew ,
his pica of not guilty, and pleaded
guilty to un indiutmout charging him " u,
with burglary and larceny. He was
•nlon.-ml hi pay tli« costs. »30 ro»Utu- 1 a, d
i«y, und on Saturday nest 1 'f,
blund on« hour in tho pillory, and ho ™
whlpped with Ü0 lushos. d»y
Jacob .lelTetaun, colored, plsad lar
guilty to the larceny of six bushels of'
tonccd to pay the
josts. *6 restitution money, aud
id three months.
for
and
convicted of
i Dun
post
im pris
Andrew li
the liucony
u pair of gu
boots,
brou£hlln and
[fie dock.
placed in l
At that time Did
nt or 111 hoalth._
the Chier Justice now esntencod him;
to pay the coats or prosecution, *0
restilutiou money, be Imprisoned one trian.
onth, and whipped with 5 lushes.!
There was also another charge against!
received
him. for which 1
elm'lar
i
pleaded
guilty to tlio lurccny of 5 bushels of tond
«need, to pay the No
ousts, 80 conts lOHt llutlon money, lielK?!
imprisoned 1 mouth, and whipped with
5 lashes.
Joseph Matthews, colored, of St.!
Georges IIundied, plead guilty to
indictment charging him with the lar-j
F
k Groom.

d Benjamin Caulk,
•ere charged on threo!
James Williams
i
dictments with stealing chickens
i sun It with intent to kill.
They plead guilty to tho first and
II) 1,mil ns each"S"™"-^
ms assigned to defend : y
other charges. |
1 No.
■ •< !
tuti
onoy bo iru priai
id receive
Bacon Esq.,
the
William (Tolley, colored,
19 days liupr
■calod deadly weapo
rt took a recess
sen
mt, for
' day.
• Mi.
led
to
Tying
At 1 o'clock c
tli 2.30 o'clock.
I'ntn
er-Ainputa
Tho theory that, a man can feel pain
amputated limb is si ill n subject
or controversy, says tho Now York Tri*
icution between I lie bruin aro not
injured in thoir activity by tho ampu of
talion of thoir lower portion, and non.
readily as over. Tho'*
COglllze tlm fact that
function of t he nerve has changed.
•d that the part in which it ff»
terminated exists
rain falls to
ly
>n lafelt co
Thure
ivoyod
maimed body
tail to the foot, the feeling is tin
as if the Toot
tain
fore
lit)
luit i
y
ire still in place. Ifcer-i
amputated leg ta>;
in an ,
idled the feeling is exactly the in
ir the root wero to
llonof pain is fuit,
uched,
id tho seu
whore it Is ap-|
hero the mind has l.
he habit or receiving communication
the nerve in question."
fr
•ii Match.
Tiie W
asett (»
(Hub of Wilrnlng
match wil htheNone-!
.Saturday May 9th, j
ut of n pos
d 6doubles.
_ 14;
, 12; H. Lynam.l
IS; Allen, 19;
9; Young, 14;'
on sliot n i
Such of Newport,
with the following
sible 21 shots. 15 sing I
None-Sueh: Klug. I
. 7: McCall 1st©
10; Webb. 15; Ly
Myers, II; W.
Galloway, 14. Total 156.
Wawnsett: C. Buck master, 12; Wel-I
: Burroughs, 18; R.i
Miller, 17; llartlove, 15; Ainbohi, 13;G.|
•aid, 18; Melchior, 13;
Huber, 11; W. Buckmaster, 14. Total
J. Cl
'b.
Miller, 14; Fltz
v 1
ro
Tli© score was published ln E
Evening of Monday, May,
utcli
mt profeeslonals.
h Will"
»hot In Phlladel
amu tum-»,
c iiuisam] '
•divine ilk© it. Non© nan com
pare with it for curing throat nitd lung»
di»eases and tho Jai Grippe, i he bui©
consumption preventer. In fact., the
dy 1 hat c
led by thousnr
j aid the
-
Dr. SI
No
held
«out
' duv »

j "
• la
Tlio gemtino
ly. by
1 la sold in 50c.
lid *1 bottles
,
regular drug
stsa nd dealers. Depot,
lourtli
id King streets.
Misalnnury Mt-eting
There will Ije a
ary meeting
. P. Cliurch,
V
l's A. T. M
I» w
Thur
i
nlgl
ter of A. t . M. 1'.
h tho
.
'huivh,
rill |.i
.
tastouary s
All
e invited.
! Neuralgia.
! Ef« 0 »!, , ,
i Market street.
j
the)
CRATEFUL-COMFORTINC
EPPS' GOCOR,
rrh. 1.
ago ne
)d by Dr. J. C. Ifickcls,
BREAKFAST.
■ZU
or
be
S5
.
•1
1 i '
fit
S
>f
Mi
' 1
p
»iy fi ;
ÜO
' bill
i:
j-r.U
that
e
■T/-J:
h
ill
and
•I
b
«1
p
>P
ii (»in
d, Loi.doii k,»»g
J ■
Pepurted tbit life, in
dred. April antb. MPI. TolbertTuruer. aged
yetrt. For the greater part of hit life
* r ?*J a ^ , ^ or .\ he , c,t >" of , ^Y lh . ui 'i**
JhÎt trf»"mSMO«
m© or ^obiÄod ?ndu£
triously at Ida calling, and by frugality
and economy, in hla early manhood, ac
cumulated suiUcientfumUto purchase two
r *lrly Boo > hoti
1119
Greek Hun*
.
the depart
ordinary cltlsnn ellc-lt© any very
•vial uotlcu at the bauds or tl.o public
whom he has been associated.
he has been In dally contact
life.
those
vrhh during hi* inor
"v* A. l i, r i"® r ' h aT. 0 * ve
through lfre*
tat ion*
talncd
. amomrst all
well known
; unosten
y always main
ect of his friends; for a
for years previous to
1 »Jeot or p rot rue tod
him in
. and th(
tbs
long time, pi
niuc.^whloh in
t'«:" 'I'm «"'.fpoacerui' 1 ihSlIlt ill
Friend after frlend dej
Who ho* not lusi a frienc
that
Th«
That Und* not hero
n,
Wheu
««„
. „ K.puh"«.n M«eti»g«.
_ A ^ 0 >wtltuUon»l Convent on mnss
h'vatW'R or llepuhllonns will ho hold
this evonlng in the Republican Invin
cible's rooms, Phillips building Fourth
d French Streets, which will be ad
When Baby *raa Rick,
Wo
ivo her Co«tori*.
Wheu sho was a Child.
8he cried for Caitorük
When she became Min,
Sho clung
hod Children,
She gare them Cutori*.
Castor!*.
, „
by . '' • c - ,8pn>«uice. Esq. and a
" u, *i~ e Ç , Prominent sneakers. The
l fl fiw'g«». airy and ^
a, d 1 , ah 2, l ; , '. U ' "; 1 ™ to ovarflowllie.
'f, 1 ,' 6 ™' h :*» r ÿ, I ® < 'piililtnnn Club will
™ e0 t at No. 8h.» Windsor ötreot on Frl
d»y evening next at 8 o'nlock.
lar *° aUendnnco is roqueatod.
comfortable
We nave a spoony
for catarrh, diphtheria, canker
and headache, in Sill LOU'S CATARRH
REMEDY. A nasal Injector free with
oh bottle. Uso It If you <
reet breath. Price
Dun forth, wholesale and retail agent
Second und Market st.. Wilmington
positive
desire health
50o. N. B
_
Sciatio and all kinds of Rheumatlo
pains cured by Dr. J. C. Pickels, Elec
trian.
DIICI).
RASH.—On May
ogod OS y<
Relatives
tond tho
No -
lielK?!
1, Presley S. Rash,
1 friends
from his late residence,
street,
InvltM
■ Fn
Th
lay
ing
•lock, lute
Old
Dearest Fathci
Here thy loss wu deeply fuel;
But 'lia God that has bereft us,
lie«
forgotten."
has
sorrows heal.
tho
^MajMWU
Re
v Port Ponn,
Vin. II. Miller.
of
iyth l\),L
7. 0 ,tl8 ' ,
At
y ,. a
Re
No. I.
. It. ur
vlte-1
;ral from the residence of his
1-I11
lust.. Jamas Campbell, urcü
and frlonds
BauorofL's Hunks
2 p. tu. Iu
reapcctfully
eral from bis luto
invltod
ronluen©
day. tho I4th Inst.,
Mi. Salem.
•MORROW- In this city
George Mo
Uolai
Invited
11th lust.,
and friends
aspect fully
id h
uneral
urket
residence,
atuu ,n int!!wm
Oemöicry U ^' 1 *
"js&vj&Jv n ,m ' DmM e
Relut ives and friends and also members
of thu Urloklay
attend his funeral
'k. Servie
HIv
a o'
lin
h lits lato residence,
Friday
llathe Irai
0 , 0 . . . ... .
Murch Iutérnu nt
iÄ churc "* Intenuent
?/
\.
j
TOBACCO
This standard brand! of phi
1 tobacco is acknowledged to b
the best chew and the large
. , ,
Jiece lor the money in the mai
ket. Vinco tin tag on each Itntij
' ts extensive sale for manyye&i
tas established its reputatiui
ritA» a i_ ♦«.„.. :
^here is nothing better. Try »
I/of sale by dealers and grocers
B
I
Ü3Œ5A88MFA8H!!
. Nun's Voi'ing, Prinootta
Claristta,
Henrietta,
Convent Cloth, Rhadamw,
Trlootlne,
Mcrvilleux,
Cashi
Armure,
Satin d'Lyon,
U.-.dii
Cloth,
Satin Louisonne
Orap'd'Ali
Courtland Crapes,
Gros Crain Rhadarr.a.
Tiiv best black gootls to
car.
The best b'ack ^oods to buy.
The best assortment here.
an night,
Four!li and Market Sts.
WILSON'S
•I
l) N > F. K TA K I NG ROO M S,
43IG KING ST.
l eloj In
e signal 168. Op»?
J. A. WU
u. l'u
•al Diroclur.
WI.B.SHARP&CO..
voruTii AVI) m 4RKVT «T« " I
toi RTH AwP MARK ET BT3.
Thp polnhrntrel fuwt Llflpb
ine ccieor&iea last mack 1}
Crape Finish Henriettas, tho
only positively fast black cot- i
ton fabrics every produced
in this country or Europe.
They are not affected by
o/.nlo AV „oi-d.JvnbAn
ftCltlS Or perspiration.
Affcpr tho ia half
Alltr ine urc&S IS nan
worn out it can bo restored
. -, -ii , t
to its original beauty by
washing in soap and hot
Water.
■xxt ' - . . .
We have lortunately SO -
cured twenty-two hundred
yards of these desirable
goods, winch every ladv in
YVv -i i n
tins city should secure a
dress from.
Price, 25 Cents Per Yard.
Koeclilins printed stripe
Organdies in twenty styles,
the best French prints im
ported and splendid for Sum
mer wear. They are all re
duced to 20 cents per yard.
Ladies' Rubber Skirt pro
tectors made of wigau and
pure rubber, one of the best
protectors yet sold, being far
superior to the braid bind
ings—try these—18 and 25
cents.
Two little jogs of splendid
value in dress fabrics just to
hand at a sacrifice.
Striped Mohair, 30 inches
wide, in all the leading
shades, lustrous and silky in
effect and grand to wear,
about 1000 yards, and you
will find them 50c. goods
everywhere. We shall sell
this lot for 38 cents per
yard.
About twenty pieces of
French all pure wool plaids.
The goods wero imported to
sell for not loss than 75c per
yard, and you will find them
splendid value. They aro in
a good assortment of neutral
shades,but not half enough to
go around. The price will
be 50 cents per yard.
Wo handle China Mat
tings very largely, aud our
most popular goods havo
been the jointless or seam
less Damask Mattings now
so generally used. There is
nothing cooler or more pleas
ant than a matted house,
provided you get good tpiali
ties—poor mattings being
about the meanest things
you can put on the floor.
The
being the
sides, or reversible, gives
you the opportunity toj got
double wear.
By the piece wo will sell
the 50e. qualities for 35c.
and the 40c. qualities for
25e.
Beamless matting«
«âme on both
Tlio regular stock stylos
aro in about thirty different
patterns at very low prices.
White, 12}£ cents per yard, #4.03 per
Dll
anoy, 15 eonta per y
roll.
rd, #5.50 per
rd, $6.50 per
Ft
jy, 18 conts per y
•oil.
•c^, 20 cents per yard, *7.00 per
Fat
Fancjy, 25 conts per yard, #9.00 per
mev, 35 conta per yard, *12.09 per
'J
FOlitTil AND MARKET ST*.
DR. F. E. SMITH
DENTIST
r
0'
...
Havli
«1
I
fl

Ur
1
lui
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h

25 C.
I WITH VITALlZHi) AIR 50 C.
I TEETH FILLED. COLO - *1 I
I TEETH " SILVER, - 7So '
i teeth cleaned, : - 75o
Bost Set ol teeth,warrant
, , ...
j Cd, IOr
i DR. F. E. SMITH,
,'ollcue or D un tul
TKKT1I r.XTRACTED
ullii
•urge
• The ilunllUes That Win.**
A large audience reeel veil full satls
*"°l» laal evening In Union Church
from the lecture on Tho Qualities
That Win," by Rev. Georg©E. Reed, I),
p re Btd»nt or Dickinson college,
iT 100 * 1 by Kov ' w L '
lï ra iï«id Isa I»™bbImiI, flnelook
i^ÂoïSIdîSwiîtSlwen.pSiSîlr®
i|ÂæÈrlSîïÜïïa5!iâ?Sa ta "
pression upon his brow-once seen, al
ways to lio rouieuiberod. Ashlsquall
ties of head and heart appear, during
his dlaoourse, ho exhibits a loveable
ftml admirable college president. F
considerably more than tho first half
of his talk he was extraordinarily do
liberate,
„Ü a tl) TÄC» '(m'ti,
historically the progrès
aud co-education, with la
slons to female character and mutrl
Ills entire audience willing to c
tlnue listening to him. Twenty years
had taught him
a
■n of female
illiant allu
QUAL
THAT
I. The fundamental requisite in
this rapid age to enable a
tho strain of life Is a body better disci
plined and of tougher liber thnaa
needed in tho lost generation. (This and
all the speaker's subséquents points
elaborately devoloped In the best
of theoretical und oratorical power aud
effect. Ÿ
Intellectual development taken for
granted, the orator arrives at point.
II. Ho had life's avocation settl
ed early as possible.
Ill A persistent carrying out of
life's purpose. * *
Stick to the things which y
tastend
do.
(The lecturer's oralorlcal ell
"Forward" in Stanley's oonq
the heart of Africa,
Will" battle of the Wilderness
individuality.
tuest of
I Or
gran
IV.
Be loyal to con
vietlon.
V. Enthusiasm. It is tho spirit
which pervades all action. There is
grander titlo or nobler quality. It is
always u characteristic or a groat
mind. A small wind is incapable of It.
Nothing great can bo dune without It.
Enthusiasm is mental emotion ov
something as great as tho unlverso of
God.
Fanaticism Is mental emotion
infinitesimal. When Dr. Heed sees
cnthuslhst lie walks all around hi
d takes off his hat to him. Culture
aud criticism are cold blooded
to freeze tho heart out of enthusiasm.
Advancing culture produces respect
and adherence for uniformity of opin
ion. This tends to check tho original,
peculiar and personal power of en
thusiasm.
The Mui
«Ipal €'»«»
At this
•ning'a session of the
•t, Thomus Gatloy, arrested
by ofllcor Yates for drunkenness, posed
himself os coining from Chester, ni
wus just down to Wilmington to ana
brother, and this whs tho first time ho
•erurrosted. Closer questioning
showed Huit. Gatloy hod just
term at Now Costio and was only dis
charged yesterday morning from Jail.
He was lined #3 or 80 duys at the
pile.
Hester Walker, for drunkenness
lined #2 and costs.
Frank Slant«
lug, charged
with getting i
tense from A. C. DoNormandie.
claimed that ho might not bo tiie
as there w*re a I Hoof Stantons, Frank,
George and Thoodo
ded until to
Tliomas Moore tried the Chester
dodge but did not succeed. He had
hud a sun-stroke, and a drink or two
sets him crazy. Judge Ball thought
that ho had better not take thaï drink
Levy G
:d
Pagain thlsmr
with being drunk ;
4
Ial
1'
Ho
He w
d fined him *1 and costa.
tw
lii.ii
•d Hewitt c
Into tho Rr
.d an office yesterday inquiring for
Hi Minister. Ho
•linildt.
tho (
Rofoi
ed to the Rev.l*. 1st
anted tho iipuivhI
was dii
Ho thou
p-d railroad r
as he was assistant surge«
I l|Ulck
o! lie I ns
e Asyl
then v
utvd the Infor
• Patte
-Ill'll the reporter
little hard
Then lie witl went off
. of
«vlvunlu. to
•nplieil, that that
the Gov
miffed.
This morning he appeared in the
prisoners dock He said he
in Wilmington looking for William G.
ly man he knew In
tho city. Judge Ball gave him twenty
days ut the stone pile.
Aduiluo Hutchins,
for disorderly conduct,
(lersoii, Bayard Grootne, and James
»mile charged with assault und
battery had their hearings put off
til Friday morning.
Pennypacker the
fined costs
d Isaac An
D. MoC'usker, tho old reliable shoo
216 West 2nd street is getting
• stock of boots mid
. The latest »lyles. Give him a
deulor.
all
call.
When n maimfaol
. from years
ervatlou, has
ompletely
satisfied himsolf of lli« universal satis
faction given by bis products, that ho
feels fuily
•ranted in hi
1er u certificate of guar
very »at
filing the
♦eo, it la
»elleve that
cli
iinpliult conlld«
producer In
in tho
eidts oT hla goods, and t-h».-, ___
. Such confidence
•»sod by I ho World's Dispensary
Medical Asaodatlou, of Buffalo, N. Y„
Family Mvlb iuos,
without good
in Dr. I'Ihk
iicnco his
Favorite Prescription" ta
sold by di ugglsts,
..lb
edi
cine for tJruilar purposes
nder a positiv
•ill I
gun rauten, that i
s'ltisfaoti
aid for it will bo refunded. It
dtstrsaalng
i dell
eau» ailments
d
i pecullai
■>'
tiie long catalogue of
derangements. I»ot!i functional and
ic, oT Uiotainaio H/etom which
ninrvelous romody o\
They are, alas! but too woll-i
t<
10111»'»'» who have
tallied
uianluiod. to nuoil
luu a hint t.<
make the
Ing.
plain to their
lerstuud
Tli© ooh
»d voters
»f lli© Eighth
:
May 14. 1891,
1 Hail Uth
»i Walnut streets. By order of tho
milice.
• he
Wm. 11. <'
bccrctary.
oo,„,tyi
I u" V7 0 „ A 1 "r'
' V '
"S!;j l " e l ,. rol ., lianuo , jr lhl , tilltloa o[
liiauiiu-o, wUcii.uraiiiwware
by tho said Justice. His sin
Patrick Nsary. Nathan 1/ ibci
«»fi Mr. Diokuy ts In tho i ounty lreas-.
•jrev's saddle ready for business.
Comity
»Ickey.
1 Tax Receiver
on entered
Kifore
ico I. T. Grubb, for tho
plod
d
HAI
R'
I
;
j
i
*
GREAT SHOE SALE
THIS WEEK
GENTS.
BOYS.
LADIES.
GIRLS.
A GREAT MONEY-SAVING SALE FOR SHREWD BUYERS.
A FEW OF THESE BIG BARGAINS.
LADIES.
Wo havo 120 ladles' oxford ties, with patent tips, 2% to 8,
off to-morrow as a lender at 59o.
Wo have 00 pairs of line patent Up oxfords, wortlf $1.25,
at 79o.
rth #1, that we
offer this week
will
About 60 pairs of ladles' dongola button, with patent tips : good wear
er, at 94c. HAMBURGERS'. 209.
$1.19. About 40 pairs of fine, solid kid button shoes, opera or common
sen so toes, $2 worth of service for $1.19. HAMBURGERS'. 209.
61.43. This lot Is composed of about 100 pairs of 41 no, soft kid shoos, 3
styles, opera, square or common-souse toes—-B to E—stylish; a $3.25 value at
*1.43. HAMBURGERS', 209.
*1.69. A lot or soft Paris kid shoes, opera toes and patent leather tips; ulso
a lot of line kid common-sense shoes; regular valuo, *3.50 at *1.69.
HAMBURGERS', 209.
$1.89. This lot comprises about 125 pairs of fine shoes; opera, common
sense and square toes—widths, G. D, E—all sizes, every pair or this lot worth
from *2.50 to *3.00, your choice *1.8'». HAMBURGERS'. 209.
*2.19. A lot of lino kid shoes, home-made, four styles, with top of patent
plain; all tine shoos, and worth from *3 to *4; a selection at *3.19.
HAMBURGERS', 209.
bargain, a lot of lino hand-made shoos, three stylos: a
closiug out at *3.49. HAMBURGER
94o.
leather
*2.49. A
*4 shoe; we
regular
S', 209.
GENTS.
*1.19. About 75 pairs of men's B calf, solid leathor shoes, value it.75, go at
*1.19. HAMBURGERS', 209.
*1.49. About 100 paire of gent's solid leal her B calf, lace and congress, Paris
toes, plain or with tips, worth *3.50, at *1.49 HAMBURGERS', 209.
*1.73. A lot of tine calf, loco, button and congress, worth fully *3, 3 styles;
tako your choice at *1.73. HAMBURGERS', 2Ô0.
*1.97. A lot of very line calf shoos, iaco or congress, opera or wide to
r plain, worth *8; gout. *1.97. HAMBURGERS',
*2.97. A lot of genuine hand-mado kangnroo shoos, very fine for
mar, toes London tip or Purls plain; light and cool, worth *4.50 at *2.97.
HAMBURGERS', 209.
selection of any high shoe iu the house ranging In value to *4.50
HAMBURGERS'. 209.
*5.00 hand
HAMBURGERS', 209.
y
tip
I
*3.47. Y
*3.47.
*3.97. A great offering this week. Tho selection of any of
made kangaroo or patent leather shoes, four styles, at *3.97. A
MISSES AND CHILDREN.
About 75 pairs of Misses' heel and spring hool shoes, kid and pobblo, worth
*1.50 nt 93c.
About 60 pairs of very lino Misses' shoes, heel
—urth *1.50 and *1.75 at *1.17.
A lot of solid leather children's shoos, 5 to 8. 39o.
A lot of solid leathor children's shoos, 5 to 8, tipped 49c.
Elegant solar tips, 5 to 10' 4 . 73e. and 11 to 2, 97c. HAMBURGERS', 209.
spring, kid or pebble,
BOYS.
All soira boys' shoes, 11 to 2, 96c.
All solid boys' shoes, lace or button, 11 to 3, for droas
all solid boys' lace shoe, 3 to 5,
school, *1.17.
Wo offer
An elegant coys' shoo,
th *1.59
buttou, 1 to 5%, worth-#1.73 at *1.19.
9 ><•.
Do not fail to take advantage of this great bargain offering.
HAMBURGERS' SHOE HOUSE,
No. 200 Mahket Street.
J. A. FULD, Manager.
Exclusive Depot for Hamburgers' Gents' *3 Black Bottom Shoos, calf
guroo aud those for tender feet.
kan
Fine Custom Work a Specialty.
Our Clothing House, 220 and 222 Market street.
2J to 5 yards
wide, and Barns
LIJÎJ7 ley Linens only.
_ 1 __ Stair Linens 18 to
27 inches wide. Tho heavy
Irish Twills so Rood to wear
and not easily soiled. Our
line of Summer furnishings
is good throughout, both for
Windows, Doors and Floors.
Granville Worrell,
Fifth and Shipley Streets.
It
1LMINGTON &
KO.
effect Muv
Til RUN
! AIL
W
COMPANY. Till
IrtOl.
« Wilmington (F
ich
»I«
tiou) for Reai
daily
;
■U1 lo
00 a.
»6 ft p. II» 8
S3iS
for8prlngtluld
•mediate station*,
Newbridge, lingo
mediuto stnt Iona,
day, ttl7p.ni.; Saturday
V>. Junction. Newbridge. Hage
oruu'diute statlona Saturday
WUinlngt<
out station) from Reading
atatlo
i. in., tt.lft p.i
m Hagely, P
d Inturiuedlat«
inlay, 0 42 u.
tor'll. & O. Ju
ly. Monte
daily
only, 10 IS p.
ly
d In
n (French j
dInter
dally, except Hunday.u
.;8uuduy only, U.'W p.in. 1
A O. Juno
lons, dally
Srttunluy only,
52 a.
wbrldgo. R.
!
t ion
Pt
I», Super
liai
endent.
Row!
'—WILL BK SOLD AT
• Booth's Corner, Dob,
J JU R UG S A I
MONDAY. MAY 80th. 1801.
I springers. This will
»JCC
. fies
M?-'«,, 1 ;:;
of
. ill
,"S!
Pa.
ule
t>
o'clv
WM.
OODLKY.
A. c. Bn a
rpiIB ANNUAL Mi
I Mtoukbol'lers ol
nngluod Couir
A4 Market street-, Wilmlinrton. j
onday, the etghteontn day i
? 1 N
T II B ,
« and
e Del awii
wil 1 Iki ball
New
itsoffleo. f
Delaware.
<»r May. is:
dlroctorsf
r I
,
I !
lie eketlou
^1
I'U- !
•ting. ARTHUR Ii
iKWRULI).
vnci:- LAD! I
TAKE
NOTH'u
N
mill you e
. p! iidli eont
<1 Oil
il .VM.
le
fii'tay -♦*
W ANTED A FIRST CLAST
rtaJs trimmer, at W ALTHKIl &
Go a over M
bridge.
I W A 23SS£ WO ASS! m « CAU,a '
i u ,u»e. ai and Rbipioy st-rsots, t'
1 o'clock tbu uvuning.
FRIDAY L At) !.. A
Un;t* ball play
» the
Dr. F.
pol
HAtçhül i
outfit. 'J
tain i
:
dm
V
d
Jvuitl
LE -CUKAP. A GOOD BA
F"iU;
li. Apply at (MT We
Tiiii.
. i
D 11
und I
9 ;
■ulS-lt*
I.Y.ClOllliBgHODSB.
We received another lot
of Boys' Jorsoy Suits to-day.
Not many in this lot. They
aro a manufacturer's samples.
$4 kind goes for §2.50. §5
kind goes for §3.
Every mother is acquaint
ed with our Children's De
partment—the most con
venient and best lighted in
the city. Hundreds of styles
for tho little fellows, in
Cassimeres, Worsteds Chev
iots, Tricots, etc., from §2
to §10.
Wo discard shoddy, they
are dear at any price. We
sell nothing but what wo can
recommend for wear.
I
Strictly one price, and if dis
satisfied with your purchase we
will return your money.
N.Y.GlotliiBfiHonse
NO. 316 MARKET ST.
MAX EPHRAIM & CO.
CHAULES M. GIIUBB,
Goal, Wood, Lime and Sand,
Lee Coal.
Prepared Especially for Fa Hilly Use.
Mos. 1914 and 1910 Market St.
Tel« pliono No. 452.
in ington, Del
SPECIAL NOTICE.
«»• at greatly
FRIST & ALL MON f
MARBLE WORKS
— OJf—
.IOBI\ L, AIAKiOl^i;
n Streota,
ui
I Mt
lL ud and F
iun, and ot
bio a
. Pn
llouTCand building work of
Mur
d Slate
Man
alldosQrlptlons.
Satistautiou <u©iaat««J.
ai'j-tf
Il Ta Squire Grove«. j
in B. Onives reached ! |_
fco-dav, he found P
commission
When Henjà
home a* r
awaiting him
Governor Reynolds, wninh constituted
him a Justice o! the l*eHce for Now
Gaslit County.
Mr. Groves is receiving many con
gratulatlone that he received the ap
no!ntm eut and knocked out William 1
Lea, who had the office created for. *"
hiiflaelf Mr (irovnH iu a a ,m nf tin*
lato ex-Coropor Uicjmrd Groves, and I
was bom In this county near Btutoi
Road Station. In early life he removed *
with his father to a farm near- Kirk
wood, whore hu saved money enough
graduate him from the Medical
University of Maryland.
Ho practiced modicino for some time
iifv Mil Kiif* i.iq liAK h h
falling he removed bsSî home «2d
became deputy recorder of deed's, un
the late James Nicholson; then lie
was deputy recorder under Thomus M.
Oglo, and filled tlio same office under
making 20 years continuous service in ai
same office. Ho lias for two years
s&irv&'nx&x?
«'"« h0 ""'fc*™ hta ul 3§j> « JuBUue '
a
by
by

Cecil c
Cornet
n l.nM,
About 500 persons attended the la
er stone of the
S
of thn
Presbyterian Church at Fourth and
Broome streets, on Tuesday ev
ATtcr singing nn appropria to hyr
reading the scriptures, a list of articles
l>e placed under tho stone was read
follows:
A Bible, a photograph of Rov. Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson, names of former
pastors and officers of the church,
building committee, architects, and
contributors; copies of the papers
original poem by Rev.
and various other artlclos.
offered by Rov. Dr.
•enlnff.
tin und
of
city.
Kelgwln,
Prayers
Marl's, after which addresses
do by Rev. G. M. Hick
\
, Rov. A.
Kolgwln, W. K. Crosby, Dr. Marks,
Rov. P. Swartz, Rev. W. L. McEwan,
after which a oolSection was taken,
d the benediction pronounced by
Rev. George M. Thompson.
ed
Hiulden Homo
age.
About 10 o'clock this morning Jo
phSloecklo, thebrewor, had a
hemorrhage, apparently of the lungs,
entered Willis' saloon op posit o tiie
Masonic Tern pie. He had called
business at
street,
Market
d as he entered the snlot
named he gave a cough which was fol
lowed by a copious stream of blood
from his mouth.
Water and salt was given him to
drink which
tho llow, and Mr. 8 toco kin
to his hotol, No. 223 King street,
kept by Benjamin II. Gam, and Dr.
Draper was sent for. Mr. Stoocblo
had a slight attack some two weeks
ago.
•eral plan
«t
!
A.
had tho effect
stop
remov
Soinrttiinff Queer.
The Union Chapter of tho Epwortli
League will commence what Is called
queer festival in the Board of Trado
rooms to
(Thursday) night
aud will continue three nights. Tho
queer price of 9 conts will bo charged
for a single admission mid 24 cents for
season ticket.
The queer price of 9 or 11 cents
will bo charged for Ic
strawberries; the booth)
queer style and the ladles
In attendance
e got up iu
I gentle
thorn will bo tho
queerest of all things. Everything
about the festival is to bo queer and it
will bo h very queer thing If these
queer pooplo don't bring queer results
out of this quoer festival.
of
or Health.
Tho Board of Health mot last night
1 reorganized under their ruanpoln
Mayor. Dr. Wales w
elected President, and David H. P'
Coyle, lTeasuror. "Billy" Lee is still sc
socnAary. Tho excoutivo officers were !
Instructed to kcei> a sharp watch
the garbogo contractors to
they did thoir duty.
lion

that !
R Kr
WILMINGTON AND III! ANDY WIN K
Wlhniujfton, in..
c close of bus ne**,
' THK CONDITION OF
TI1K
ATI ONAL RANK
si
' it h day
tho
May, 1891.1
RK SOU IlC'ES.
T.ok
1 disc
i. $590.831,3
d
d.
D.1U
i l\<
.iicViii
th
fr
ip'pd
I 79
...,
• I
fr«
II;
B'k'tf-I
fi
in d tli
tt
i'd
q>
'
■ I. ...
lo'i
1)0
1 oilier cash
'is
Kx
ing !
7.1
HIHh of other bunk»..
Fruutionul ^pitpor
vou
'y.
Speoie.
22.» 14.
26,121.
Hedeinptloi
••>' 15 per
ftt
olrculutlon].
2, -25o.no
Total.
iV . o .. 9 901 723.57
.$200,010.03
Capital stock puld i
'und...
I'rofl
ftl'.KS
1) k note
Divide
s unpaid...
3,1
lib 50
»»(Il v it.
deposits
i»J<
4M, 2.18.77
,'ert ifled
ks
other N
Rills payable.
Ik
Ranks.
.$104,723 57
muty of New
Total .
Bute of Deli
Castle, it:
I, Caleb M. HI
National Uunl<
Brandywine,'^
•d, Caslitor of "Tho
Wllmlnatrm ami
f
do aotamnly atll
tli.»
tlio be
y k
■ i
K W A
CAI.KR ft
Pubsciibcd an
» 7th duv of ;
I.EWI
(J. WKSl.KY
J to > 'bufoi« er '
>K, Notary Publlo.
RI.D1N.
I LLI AM T. POUT Kit,
I L Li AM G. PEN N V PACK F. R,
Dir
»au 8t
GAS STOVES!
Excellent for
Cooking and Heating
'
i»T !iou»ei
1 HOOVI
»Uy I»
•ROOMS or BIT
li N
ANT kV'oi
GAS OFFICE, 309 > Hi »PLEY ST.
FKKItlS Ü1LK8.
Neckwear 25c, 50c.75c.$l and $1,50
Call and examine ; no trou
ble to show goods.
FERRIS GILES,
No. 703 Market Street.
HARRY SCHLICE
to 113 Kightli St Market,
d Poultry,
it and Uouatry Produce,
Goods Delivered F
Stalls Nos. ll
Butt«
r. Ko
edition:
j |*
! |_
P
4K i
1
*"
ftmlKet atreeta - Lludsoy L. Pierce
I "SSS8,J r »»
"{*«'? l&il „??!?£,« A 2 ,0 v C vf
* nr!?v<? a ami wJr°n
prayer, and Wm. R. Long
Sjfejji. "'"J ITJitîrtin» Ä 8 f
*»a\c a select.reading and a
c °TV?° d °[. Mosar8 '
T?»Lnu»mi 9 ^n\i ! 'nimKraif ÄÄ ?
townsend gato a picasing selection«
Master Charlie C. Campbell gave an
\jT®il lont recitation, ami Miss .
al^îfî^n 0 «, üt^ï. ns '" * iî'F'..*î?« 8 î£l? 01 «1
rn» h 'm 1 ox eel lent manner, ana
Hildebrand» followed with a
ai A 2? 1 fS' tifu 1 Moonlight." wa$
viu*L by i ,,[/!?. Ida Uar,lhl1 . 1 and Mlsa
ä " ««-■ >— ä
!SS wättnÄ^'Ä
bier's wife." Mrs. 1 Ja vis followed with.
Hoy solo, which she
excellent manner that she was
recalled. Miss .Saille Alexander gave a
recitation In an admirable manner, rnd
her hearers were convinced that she la
a natural elocutionist. A solo and
quartette, ' Old Black Joe." was given
by Messrs. Lowry and Adams and Mist
Townsend and Mrs. Davis. Miss Evà
Pierce rendered a solo, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jones a comic duett. H. \. Mor
rell sang a solo, und the entertainment
closed with a vlolili and organ duett
by Miss Rachel Reif uss und Mrs. Davis,
and ''Chicago Btreot Criers," iu three
paris. ..
At tho doss or tho exorcises an
abundance of ice cream
T?«f»pyfScptasophs,
igton Oonclavè, ftp. 2, Hcpta
8. W. M.,celebrated their fifth
Wnshln
opon*
by the
fob
dared In
h
I cako was
1 the entire affair was a
rasa. Tho room
grand
crowd
d the committee of nrrungments
entitled to the greatest credit for
the admirable manner in which tli#
entertainment was managed.
ed
The VTutcr C'onimKilon.
The
ilar
eotlng- of the Wate#
held last ovening.
ank was reported
The weekly pay»
presented and or*
»
luidoR
vhenthe balance In L
being *96,636.32.
roll or *431.75 w
dered paid.
Bills
?re passed as followsi Broslu©
«t Smedloy, *1.48; Lawrence Burns.
0.36; J. V. Carlisle A Go., 0.89; J. D.
Carter & Co., 90; N. B. Culbert, 2; Bol
and Atlantic Telegraph and Tel
ephono Company. 41.50; Diamond Iu*
Company, 7.00: Diamond Slate lion
Company, 13.0Ö; Domestic Trade Do
tment, 10.89; Engineering New« ,
Publishing Company, 5.00; W. H. Far
ia A Co., 4.55; John S. Groho, 23.00,
32.00; W. T. Hick mini, 3.00. J. it. Hud
son A Co., 15.75; Mrs. M. MoKenney.
4.5.CO; I\, W. A li. Railroad Company;
25.71; T. E. Briest «V Co., 90.00; Rem-
! ington Machine Company
Spcnkmun Supply and 11po Company.
lOl.ri; J. B. StallcuD, 50.12; J. M.Thom-
<io, 4.25: Thomson Meter ComjKiny,
170.55; W. H. Toner, 50 omits; A. T ray*
-, 20.00; Walsh Packing Company.
24.60: Charles Warner Company, 705.36«
A. I). Warner, 6.80; Wilmington Mill*
Manufacturing C
niingU
, 20.39;
pany, 0.79; Wil
Ipo
Iry (;
86.89; R. D. Wood A Go., SSS.Uf.
pany,
Changing Défont to Victory.
Tho genius of Sheridan nt Wlncho*»
3r ciiuiigod d «ff eat to victory. So
lien feeble ad versai les iu the sliup©
u lie) rail to stuy th©
of that obstinate ami malig
•'S 0101110011
.11 oient r
of I
progre.
P'
sc
! Dili*
ant Too
alaria, llostett*
Bitte:
back.
tho tide driv
ho
my
Not lib
nÄiresVviVnunÄnÄTmS
of every f
so. Chills and
of umhiriul (li
er, dumb ague,
d ague cake -14
and all are oxtirj) ited
o of
to of
remit tout
! by tho Bitte
tho gre
tho malarial sou3ou Is to buckln on. ua
• of proof which delta*
attack. Ho fortified, so protected, you
shall bo scathless. Remember too licit
tho Bit tors is
complaint, constipation, rhnumati.-.m,
kidney complaints
preparative iu odv
fif liver
l dyspepsia.
o illy F i iunil»
and tlio Gum
die.
:
I take thi
: I* or showing my
tho pr.miptiicss in
upprjci.itb
..Utah tho Prude.Hi il Iinur
I pany paid
me tho cl at
ly clilldp lnrunce Larson. I
id never understand the question
1 1 : ft
I U v
death
' ii>.'
11 now that 1
•ed its relief and heartily
commend Ihe IT
tiro satisfaction.
leiilial
giving
N. L
street, Wil., Del.
Jac
2805 Jefferdo
Kovlv.il
iry.
A very interesting
held
evening.
th©
eating
ftt Asbury M. E. Church I
Tim Rev. T. J^. Poutaon, J). 1
<«i
York Fast Confer
No
ce. luvached
splendid sermon
Faith in Christ's witness
ant prayer meeting followed.
To-night, the Rev. E. L. Hubla
Pii. D., of Union M.
preach. J'hosong service will bogia.
7.39, continuing until 8. In churge of
Robert G. Humphreys, Esq.
There have been fifteen conversion*
fur. and many
red. V
the muetlngs.
''The pow
la pleas*
gilt to IM)
•dially invited to
lb
tho farm of Richard Ly
ed on tho Mkldleboroiiffh
, leading from tlio Newport, plkft
to Delaware Ju notion, took lire about
threo o'clock this morning, and v
totally destroyed, with a quantity
huy, straw, fanning utensils, etc. T
horses and u mule ulso perished in th*
liâmes. . .The family of Benjamin Got/.,
Tho barn
3
who live near by, first discovered th*
o tlm alarm. It is
n was tired by tr
The loss is partially covered by insuf
flâmes und
posed the
: A
T.ast ovening about twsnty-Hvo cou
ples left No. 510 Madison street ln Gor
led to Mr.
iRr Bear Station. New Gastl*
, where they had a delightful
playing games, wnle
kept yp until about three o'eloafct, whea
they bado their host good morning
and returned home, arriving in this
city about five o'clock, ail well pleased
but rather tired and sleepy.
's hacks
d pro«
' Hayes'
Hundred,
time in
.Small l'm-vHiitngo.
It ta reinnrkodby Her British maj
esty's inspector of Exploslvos, in his
fitloenth annual report just issued,
that the nurabepof deaths by acnident
among
er 10,009 persons engaged la*
iiannfacturc of explosiv
amounted only to eight. For the seven
years before tiie Explosive acts cam©
into operation there
over 89 deaths annually lu this manu
facture, although the number employ*
very much smaller.
has
erags ol
ed w
('avalryinun.

William F. Finley, late of Company
G. Third Regiment, New Jersey Cav
alry, hus beeu allowed an original In
valid pension through tho agenoy of
Wm. II. Hayward A Go., whose Wil
mington repräsentative is W. b. Mo
Nair.

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