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The Wilmington daily Republican. (Wilmington, Del.) 1890-1902, February 12, 1892, Image 4

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'drama,
tills
morrow
puny
author.
will
here.
the
tense
to
when
should
The
have
g reut
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DKMOCRATS EXCITED.
the
Democrats Go
^ lato 8p*Minn Over It.—A Com/uitt«jo
'/ to Investigate Assessor Dance's Ac
r Bonce Puts Two Names
iment and
YchT«
held hi
terday Levy Courtman Rim pier
his watch in hie hand waiting lor
Pbe hand to touch the hour uf twelve,
flip that he could make his usual
Son to take a recess. As the hour
mand reached the exact point, he said:
Bpt*. President I move wo lake a
•ess till 1.30 p. ni," when noth ing Mr.
Hickman upon the Iloor speaking
j.MBtly towards the chairnmu, he with
drew his motion.
, Mr. Hickman prefaced his remarks
With a motion to plac«i the assessment
lists in the hands of the clerk of tho
peace. In support of his motion it««
Stated that with hlH own eves he saw
• Hanco adding names to the
Hew Castle Hundred usseRsmcnt, ami,
•aid Mr. Hickman, "1 can prove by
turning to the names which are not
pet dry."
The announcement created the greal
•St kind of an excitement, in the court
. Mr. Sutton and Mr. Glllls the
B Committee on the Newcastle Hundred
•sset soient with Assessor Hanco had
K been going over the Newcastle assoss
nienta all forenoou. but at this par li
st,- oulat time. Mr. Sutton had been call
ed away to talk with Ja-.on Davis
of his constituents. In lhe corridor
tho room and Mr. Hance and Mr. ( iillis
were loft with *he books. Mr. Glllis
ï occupied a seat in front and when he
was called to lsok over the books he
. had to turn around and look over tlie
back of the desk. It w
y Button
. Davis that Mr
ï, 'Assessor llance putting two names
! I the assessment.
When Mr. Hickman made the charge
Bkwverybod y came forward to s«*e the
i J books. Mr. Hanco said, during the
jo excitement around hltu, that lie ha t
vouchors for Lit«' names heplacod upon
the lists, and that ho could produce
-. tb
Mr. Hickman, taking tho books.
; turned over the leaves and showed
wnero the names had been entered In
blue ink scarcely dry. and showed the
BbàÉUïereueo between the blue and black
ink.
&
which
the
ed i
puny
The
let."
last
by a
tists,
horses.
tional
zona
son
ings
should
S.li
attend
render
r.
( ii\e
while Mr.
? • talking with Mr.
i ici; man discovered
J.
Nobody, however, denied that th«
placed there by the
àC R»eessor. and Mr. llance «lid not deny,
he had von*!
nmob lie had a right to place
.
had he
r but claimed t hat
for tho
: . them there.
E? Assessor Hance thon left tho room
I I to get tho vouchers h«« refei red to. and
" * the report was started that ho could
ffjfc ®ot lx> found.
Mr. Button, having get through with
B'l Hr. Davis, w
1 to find 6uch
; * desk. When told of th» «
•xuitemont l»e grew quite indignant
j' fluid denounced the outrage in vigor
R; ous terms, and rather cast some re
Rljwtlons upon the Republican mem
v , Imts or the court.
K't Mr.Gllles. Mr. Suttou's colleague
( the committee, explained by saying
1 that there
i
surprised on Ins return
excitement around his
of the
as
a
» two mimes for which
hail vouchers that were not
ts when he wus told to put thorn
Ei| irhioh he did.
1 Mr. Button, said lie had tried to get
> J along In harmony with the oilier
I members of the court, but 1m had to
. J «xpiess his Indignation ut
H4~fe*Dded measures. "No
! te
:h hign
8« Id he
"has authority at this stage to put
name:
The nan
William S. Kran
>* ' J.TRbrcy. They
;■ , felc iu blue ink.
the assessment."
of the
_ assessed
r and Sylveator
saaily discerni
fc , . Mr. Hub ldson said nobody deuieil
L-' •j that the names hud been placed ui-<m
i the list, but. the question for a lion
' Is the motion before tho court
K by Mr. Hickman to place the ;
r xnent books iu the hu ids of Clerk of
the Peace.
^ ' Mr. Clnrk moved to amend Mr. Hick
y , man's motion by pro\i«ling that the es
i eessinent lists should only bo given by
tho chairman of the Levy C«»urL to the
full committees
. respect iv«» hunoreds.
Î ' Mr. Suit
f. one for this but Ask
le
rovisl
lor the
said that ho blamed
Hanco.
Mr. Hutchison said ussessor Hanco
tho proper
. wouhl bt utlend«»d to
1 Ulue.
r . Pres't Bucklnghii
I motion
' i tile latter mado u further
$o allow tlie chairman of th«« court
to give the ab-cSKiueiit hsts into t u«*
I hami.s of thechaitumn of comiuitte
fav-ired tho amend
en tried.
than stated tins
amended by Mr. « 'lurk. wl»<
end meut
Mr. Htektn:
Aent and it
^ Mr. ('lurk moved that tho
p* for New t'astlo huiulied be
f to strike tho two names add«?. 1 froi
9 tho list.
•ssessor
:
dir«*»:
v; Mr. Hickman dhl not think nny
liad the right to Ktrik*> them off.
k Mr. Grubb to«»,
names could be -
E;' President Bm.-kinghi
that the commit!
I hundred could settle that
I U 4t Iallc«l then the Levy Court could
? met.
. otr.
roniarki'il
of N'.-AV
1 ; On m
•on of Mr. Grubb it wa -
continue the s*'s-.ion until
until
•greed
1.80 o'clock and the
this moi ning
A motion made by Mr. Ella à.
• committee of li ve l»«' appoint« . i t
vestige. I
ad„
liante
th«»
■. ■ ■
; Button, « lilei
p ed sul*I «■«
\ the
I" morning.
EE- Just after ('« » i
fe, Han 1 '«'tliinki'ig that the « '* « •.
L •boot to com mot» ■•>! its aft.-11.
•ith h ! .
Jolis, w«
s 'L'hc !.
Ijournod until lu o'clo k
»int
(.. Vouchers showing tl
r named had Ikm* u u nec
^ January 50, D ' n
! day. nud that tlmy hmi ' •
i, for by John la . . »r. a i. .
^ of Now < asilo lluiulrod.
ÿ place* l in Uto h.i: ,.
R iiigl n and by ),
I Clerk of H»u 1 ►■« ; l-i.'gs
, Ing. 'J hey .
; safe in
f: P«a*-e. ■
I wanted
t mittce.
•".«Hi
B
• .
• 1
«I
. .nin e .,r
• i k
where tl.* v wn!
I by Li
Hives' g.u.ng
Ç
Ann ngsf tho It* ,n
of tho Levy * «»
RpSUmi'o acted
•lid it is a i
'.
y HI tie
iU.'S 1
ia had : «*■
as th« ; er
i r
lie had i.et right to .■
on the 1. Us.
! ■ Tim Dein .»era! i
touch exulte« l *.
talked of hn\It: ' sses.-.'.i II .■> ■
fi lalied and wool I n-> ■ . t • iu
ceeilings agani.st. hi u. v.. .■ . i
Am be»-s*. ■
• tho
I
I"»
bit
« r î. Y u p* .
Assert. . u Hum «» -l
the
•on hu 1
Was b«*< •.» uso ho hud
and «lid i.ot think of
ke found the vouchors :
Others.
added th
again until
!
fBut *»h: what du to nod
«•BtflU
h#> t
writhes, >et moans, i-e'.*
tip his mind t«» send
fy-Hve cents worth of .:u,,a.e n uil,
tue great puin euro.
f
One gold Ils!» and globe glv.-n av\.»>
wrlth WJc bottiu Bishop's « ough My tup
S»yl or and Fullerton, 892 King streut.
of
oi
st
8
ly
w
in
L
4th
' loud of
Baldwin up pics und cabbage,
I
1 best I
>r line, alw iys Hash at j
Fourth and Bhipley
Amusement«
GBAKD OTERA HOUR*.
Elmer E. Vance's successful railroad
'drama, "The limited Mail." will be
presented at the Grand Opera llousa
tills and tomorrow evenings and to
morrow afternoon by a strong
puny under the management of the
author. The scenery used In other cities
will bo used during the engagement
here. The drama
the most thrilling realistic bit of in
tense real!
to «lay. This drama drew Lage houses
when presented hero last season and
should do ho again.
The theatre-goers of this city will
have a chance to seo "Ole Ois mi" tlio
g reut Scandinavian dialect play, of
written ,in
xt Monday ami
without doubt
that excites theatregoers
t
which
the opera house
Tuesday evenings. The fun is uncaus
ed i
much has In
every way und the star and c
good.
puny
ACADEMY.
The western drama, "The Wild Vio
let." was presented at tho Academy
last evening by Arizona Joe, supporte«!
by a strong dramatic company of
tists, with wonderful trained «logs anti
horses. The drama Is full of sensa
tional Incidents
zona Joe is given every oppotrunlty
murksmaii. The
well pleased with tho
Tho same will tie pro
I excitement.
Arl
his skill
audience wus
tertaiuineut.
son tod again this and to-morrow even
ings and to-morrow afternoon, und
should bo well attended.
S.li
TUE KINK.
Hyatt's Military Band will be In at
tendance ut tho Eleven! h street, ltink
to-morrow evening and those who may
attend may rest assured that they will
render excellent music for skutiug.
< aiding«*.
r. F. Wtilcli i- Co., No. 113 Fns
street, received to-day a
choice
( ii\e the
call.
Akron oatmeal, the Hirns t
rolled medium
J. J. Smith's,
streets.
Bays
alley
with
und
BRRGKINS 1
BRRGR 1 NS 0
!..
IN—
eiturl
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1
. . , , , , „ . , . . ,, .
And Gents b urnislimg- Goods that
were damaged by smoke of the resent
■« . i
tire and are being sold regardless of
value. We have sold hundreds of tine
in
5
J
Suits and Overcoats since wo opened
and every one we sell sells us another,
as every customer knows ho is saving
money and does not hesitate to toll his
neighbors and friends about the won
derful bargains to be bad at the boni- «
^ ^
iicle lire sale, as you all know this is
no sham sale as the proofs are here. »So
do not leave it too long if you wish good,,,?
bargains in an Overcoat, as they are
going very fast. We were a little short
of help last Saturday, we did not ex
pect such a crowd.
them best we could, but wo will lmve'?;
a double force for Saturday, and will
say any one not getting just what they
want or are in any way dissatisfied with Si
their purchase bring it back and 1
we will exchange it or cheerfully refund !"
the money.
Open Every Evening.
I
Hit'll
I!
Ter
^ irt>
Yet we SCr\ 0(1 1 |roln
stri'ut.
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House will be a tiling oi > yo past.
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A Surprise Party.
A surprise party was given last'
Tuesday uight, February 0th. In honor
of Miss Bessie Pen rose, by lier many
friends, at her home, 701 Delaware
avenue. Owing to the beautiful moon
light night there was a large assembly
oi young people mot at 140« Jacksou ^
st rest, and from there proceeded to the i?
young ladys' homo On arriving the
people wore somewhat surprised to
8 o o Slis-) Penrose so taken down. She
tuUou with so much surprise that *
she could hardly receive her guests
with welcome. After she bocaiuo ro
•lied,the cveningwns very pleasant
ly siient in pitting games und social
Intercourse. About 12.80 o'clock the
guests were Invited to the dining-room e
w lie re refreshments were served in a
bundauce. At a somewhat later liour
in the morning the guests returned _,
home very much pleased with tlieeven
lug winch they had spent. Among
o present were: Misses Bessie
Pnm.sc. Mi m: le 1 baugh. Sal lie Beer
brower, Virginia Porter. Mattie llaugh,
Snlltc Mc lancée'. -raand ForaTuggart,
Ida liidiuger, Fannie Iredell, Edna
l'enrose. Anna Maxwell, Mabel Farns
worth and Emma L. lbaugli; Mrs. B
Annie Palmer, Miss Frances Palmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Purkor Sutton, Mr. und
Mrs.l ent o-,.'-.Messrs. Boyd Cook, John
L ke, Wail.r Benin--tt. Frank and Chus.
Maloney, 1 rank Porter, Harry Kraus«',
Herbert Morris, Harry Sharp, Luther "•
Hu tan. Joseph Taggart, and Wlutleld
I
Hov. Father McManus of St rotor's
pro-Cathedral. had the pleasure of
uniting in (lie holy bonds of uiatri
niony t«n Thursday morning, Titos. J.
Byan of ï .. timoré, und Miss Mamie
Hall of this city, in the presence of
largo number of relatives and fnen Is.
Miss Hall, the sis'er of thebrldo noted
as bridesmaid, and John F. Byan
[groomsman, 'lhe happy couple were
ith many valuable present«,
I Titov carry with them to their
I home in Baltimore the wishes of ail |
j for happiness and prosperity, in the
observance of the (Scriptural lujunc
lion.
tin
ami Frank Penrose.
Church XVvd'ling.
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1
Tl J e Foui 'th Quarterly Conference of
Cookmun M. 1». Church was held Inst
ojRht under charge oi 1 residing Elder
Murray. Ï ho reports u 11 showed a
commendable d«*gree of success and
PJoRroee. Iho membership consists of
^ foil members and 20 probationers. A I
i? 1 for a n *' w church was purchased at
fourteenth ami Scott streets lor < rit>.)d
on "'hUdr *927 is paid. The Sunday
echooi Inis 128 members, lhe toilow
* n K hoard or stewards and committees
were uppoluted mid eonllrined: i
stewards, (hurles Boadenkopr, h. |
Hcrsey, J«> m Thompson, t-ecil I».
Lynch. M. t. loft. Mary !.. ( tozier, .
M-iry Ingram.Kobeceu ihoiupson, Jos
e P,h 'i •< annon.
District htowanl. S Hcrsov.
Keeoriling Steward. M. i. »oft. ,
_, 4 ominittee on Missions. James 1.
l'ord, Lizzie West. Li. /.hi Ihoiupson.
'/hureh Lxi ci,s,tiii. * avid I. liarman,
Elizabeth A. lot . Indiana Ihoiupson. ;
Sunday S ; lmola, Arthur i'ftvis,
"*ary M. J*idon. 11.
tracts, halin' L. iiersoy, Lulu uro- ,
^or, Mary \i el-lln.
lempemnec, J -.in Thompson, Mat y
B- t rozier. Mag g e Hannan,
I d .cation. Wderm wi B. seutiu an,
Mary Lynch, < lam iliompson. I
t nureti Records, Joseph 1. Cunnon, J
ih'rsey. ;
I hutch Music. Miry M. Dillon, Mary ,
"• D grunt, L. slay Horsey, Martha J,
C'a mum.
i'leetliuau s Aid, Isabella Sharp, Cc- j
cil C. Lynch. i
I Charles Beadeukopf was elected a '
dc.cgate L'> Hie iriy electoral Confer- ;
•,e. S. Heresy. '
The Presiding Lider was unanl
mously ask.'.l to return Uev. W. L.
"idle, pastor for next year.
J. V résolu i >n « ompliumntary to the
Pic.-;.ling til.1er was p issed, for Hie
ulender soimitud • wnh which ho it;
watched over Cookman Church.
noon, ;
| a j p
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Cookman Quarterly Confereneo
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No. 1112
About 1.80 <
is Chari
P'd 12 y-'ar-i
yesterday after*
. a wuite I»«
,
ifth street, was
my to
luol, with several companions, ho j
tho left shoulder
with a r i -.or iiy a c olor 'd girl. He
Bays Lh.ti hb was crossing Timt«:
•t, when the girl ran out or :
alley and commoicvd via dung at him
with the razor, and ttml hu I. •« l given
cause for the act. iiioovercoat
und undeiviolliMs saved him
iiy c it
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reiving a serious wo;
I. diu« girl is
mali.nguu ,
unknown but
eiturl to Uml Ii.t.
Iiolluc
ltelan*ud fr« in
James Kelley and Ed way Myers, th««
. twuHu|i|iu.#.l l'hil.uli-lpliiii.-LoukswI.i,'
coiimiittell hi n'ûu. «dty, 1 w* r*° 1 n»!* as!*d
_yesi«*ruay afternoon, a tolcgram huv
li sjeutm^^ '
rolled
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J inc and medium o
al
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»Smith's, 1 oui Hi and Shlo-cy slree
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tnler lira il«;y, «
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MrnttlDE -On tho 11th
Ter -u, 'Imikiliter
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irt> r«'Sf> c lub« Invited to
1 |roln > i»«» l - , piuTi»i i
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John J. Mealey's bill of 1702 for tax
collectln» was ordered paid,
Polie.' Comintssloners' extraordIii|ary
appropriation ainl right to draw
Council were sustained by the Cl,y
Solicitor's written opinion. Balance of
the year will require »5,(»50.
| Th*»P., W. «% 11. It. K (Jompany hail
ordered their engineer to draw p
. for a Fourth street bridge
lhe city treasurer reported lhe bnl
nnce In Union Nutional Bank lo bur
rent expenses to be *59,945. IS; special
, fund. *4,458.02; ln ouch of the lour de
posi tory banks to current ex|tenses,
*8,850; received of II. II. Bil.any, city
auditor, for < hluf of Police lilacKhurn,
; *1,415: lux Receiver John J. Mealey,
*875; Ldiiiund Mitchell, Jr., *750; (ileo.
11. Boughman. *10.70.
, A communication from the Street
and Sewer Department asking <
cil to issue $201,000 In
improvement
nance Committee.
I Mr. Colton t hen called up fob its
J third reading the ordinance croabing
; an extraordinary appropriation foï the
, Police Department.
"hen the preamble was read, Mr.
Murray objected to it because it stirred
j that no provision for the Police Do
i part ment had been made when *(jl.3
' had bean appropriate I.
; Mr. Colton explained that the appro
' priution whs made for the Police ( otn
mitteeof Council, which was a A
different body from the Police «'
'mission, or the $5 500 appropriated
for tits City Council's
Police, the Board of Police Commis
a
to
1
of
of
Is for
referred to the Fi
very
:n mitten«
s ons na« spent but *4,484.78. The dif
i ferenco between tho two sums went
i for til«' oil s left
I council.
The
er from the other
unanimously
adopted and referred to tho mayor for
his approval.
ordinance
j Aj
said to have
Alas! poor creature, living in the {light
unfortunate In Milwaukee is
zed himself to death.
of the nineteenth century and never
hoard of Dr. Bull's Cough.Syrup. Well,
this Is more than Egyptian darkness!
liefere Juili;« Hull.
1 Judgo Ball and City .Solicitor Curtis
tried the following to day:
William Campbell, whoso face [look
ed as though ho had 1
with u threshing machine,wus chiirg« d
i with drunkenness und lined $i and
,
III a la-rap
co -' , , _
I at rick Pouffhortj*. wlio n, trM
n^ y . , ?ÂSï r îÂTji Sl *
D»» drunk, li«« Ml into the hands of
lhe police and Judge Ball imposed a
c " 8ls - ° 1 ' lu "'f 1110
' drunk ami exposing his person. II«
de:ii-'d the charge, but as the olllcer a
tesl.lmony was positive ho was ser.ten
. . , .. line of $8 nml costs.
j Michael Ryan, who was before the
: court on Monday, i> .1 iu an ii|||«car
again tiiis mormng. He
charged will» drunken, « s*, uml
temu d to pay a line of t.» and co.- ts.
i Miles 8w«.*eney and IVler Swopnoy.
freely lust
mi ing. and became very disorderly
.Six'll and »Spruce streets. A large
l at tracted Ur» at
tention of SoigoaniB Stuart und Wig
g le.- worth, wno took the brothers to
the hall. They were very sober this
morning, mid especially so whjrt they
j found Gmt they wouhl have to pay a
lim» of $2 ami « osts each, in older to
' se-me their rwltale.
« l'atriok Bllliday
costs for drunkenness.
Gscur Thomas and Joseph Hci.cher,
suspli ion of ttslng
diHrg« 1 «! as thoi'« was
no evidence to warrant their furtliur
detention.
brother*, indulged
»Heeled
lined $1 and
who were held
burglars,
"linrgc«l Willi I.t
David Furg, color'd, was before
«B b I g «» Ball this morning charged with
lan-cny. Tin» evidence of Frank J.
Neldormair. ssloon-ksopor at, jj'ourih
aud l,oinl»ar-l streets, showed that
n«>on ynslcrday, vvhilo lie und
; dlunar, the do
^ in Ul« saloon and hail a
. lie wits waited upon by
l slm had [barely
iblH. when she looked
• room and saw tin*
helping himself out of tho
dr»'
K-udautcu
5liK.' NCdcniu
at,
a

si,.« called lier husband's at.ti iitlou,
and he iturri-d to th * room, whou
Burg ran out. the fron: duo». Aftern
short rh».&« lie was capture«!
nmout'il. W'lit
h- li :iJ come Jive
I p'Miuies iu I
ml bel
Noid:»r nalr <!••<•
o.b. of iii-idraw«'!' il«»
in default ul c8-W bail
• I the
l:tUeni iu the
nd ten cc.it
a.id. win«'!»
Ü d to linn, blit Mr.
1 had
ie
he «■!
tUK«
a coiu|mittu.
;
llirt iitbiy.
r«d«l»»i4i<
lie
y Murray, Jr., th«
voll
No.
j
I sogiU* dc;iU»r
Î 1««-I E.*«-»t Fr.»nt street. «
dvcr.-ury of
is bil l Inlay 1 h.
. lioi
ing. out whuh
; • ■ .in sbury m-i.vh that It
iy k
his Joth.biit
i'tîon «'»il •■•rati, .c t »iat b.imu
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imp, for tlie
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*Tr a woman will, she will." 'Tf she
will take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for
her cold, she will be cured.
A
24,
a
o
of
til
of
Alienor IIunco Vindicated.
The Levy Court convened again this
morning shortly after 10 o'clock and
the various committees proceeded In
the revision of the assessments. Quite
a number of persons gathered outside
the railing In expectation of spicy
times In relation to Assessor fiance,
but they were doomed to disappoint
ment. About, an hour alter the Court
convened Lovy Court man Gillies arose
to a question of privilege which
granted Mr. Gillie then stated In re
1 »I loti to the charge against Assessor
Hauen for putting two n:
Now Castle Hundred assessment, lists
wrong, and that if «my

illegally,
body had erred in the matter it
himself. (Glllis.
He stated that
i\r.
llance told him
of two names he had forgotten to put
tho lists, which
vouched for
when he sat at Hare's Corner. Think
ing that, tin? omission was but a cleri
cal error ho told Mr. Hance to put tho
the lists, which he did, and
whatever censure there was In tho
should come upon him and not upon
Mr. llance. After this explanation,
Mr. (Mark moved that th«> coinmiltoo
of investigation bo discharged from
any further consideration of the sub
joot.
Mr. Hhkman opnosea'tho motion
1 thought that tho committee had
bettor pro ved with lhe investigation
Mr. Lli.ison and Mr. Grubb also op
posed dropping tho investigation,
when Mr. Clark withdrew his motion,
and the committee retired to Investi
gate.
Tho only witness called before tho
Assessor Hance hitn
properly
the 80th of January
commit It
If, who produced the v
the two
cuted.und slated that he placed tho
the assessment by tho tu
Tho latter
of the committee admitted
instructed Mr. llance.
the commlttoo,
proposed presenting a report exoner
ating Mr. Huiii'o, and that If nnyono
was to blame in tho matter, it was Mr.
Glllis.
Mr. Sutton and Mr. Ellason. the
the committee, object
ed to this and proposed bringing iu a
minority report.
It is expected that both reports will
be presented to the court lies after
noon, though that in uncertain ns the
Democrats. It Is sai«l. went to consult
John 11. Rodney, Esq., before they
bring in their report.
At 12 o'clock tho court took a recess
until 1 o'clock.
•hers for
gul.irly oxe
naums
slruotlons of Mr. Gil lis.
being
that lie
Thu Republic
Democrats
d
a
a
a
to
Dots,
Rush'«. French street wharf. Is the
pince to buy your coal.
White pine tree tar and honey, for
coughs, colds and la grippe, ilollis,
2X5 Market street.
Messrs. Henry Steele and W. C. I>ur
iiit«\ o' No work, visited
terday.
Mrs. W. Scott Vernon started to
Grove, where she will
T. B. Windsor, of Milford, butcher
hogs that weighed 1187
city yes
Miss Mary Boaston. who has been
this city, has
visiting her sister
turned to her homo in Middletown.
stay some time.
Mrs. L. K. Bowen and family of
Newark are visiting lmr mother, Mrs.
J. B. llichie.
The different, varieties of pansies
can be procured at th«» Hour and food
store <»f J. Jerome BnilLh. at Fourth
and Bhlploy stroote, at reasonable
rates.
pounds.
Miss Allio R. Me
left Middletown
Tu«'s«lay, for Jacksonville. Flor
She will visit Miss SMIle Daw
Ida.
kins, of that place, and will bo absent
about three
. li *.
Dr. Simms' vegntable liver pills,
•sickening ami pain
augur con led,
i«»ss, urc undoubtedly the finest and
best liver medicines I
trv.
J.
a
by
• groat couu
Swedish M. E. Mission, 1 Ith
Healil fitr"ots. Servi«
ing at 10.80 and 7.80 p.
. All
ami
In tli« morn
in, Sumiay
ro invited to
school at 2 p.
Joseph W. ('umpotson. nlglit clerk
at, tho post.ofUcc. bus been laid up with
a sore nock.
Dr. Augustus Negendutik, who has
past, has
ling to his
lull« ill for so mo *h
[••'covered and is uttc

fully
pratico.
Miss Marie A. Ott r«»turned to her
> last evening, after a ten «lay's
visit to tin* family «>f Dr. J. J. Ott, at
Plei
the
the
ie
t Valley, Bucks county,Pa.
Rev. W. L. B. Murray. Presiding El
•r. will hold the tth quarterly con
ferunc' at t.ho Harrison »Street M. E.
Chmvli, this evening. An interesting
will bo held. The members
ami friemis are invited to attend. Ber
vices at 7.45 o'clock.
A AV«*«lding ami a Hoir.
A AV«*«lding ami a Hoir.
Last evening a «laughter of Alfred
II.ill. of No. all »Shipley street, was
married to a tunu named Ryan, ui.d
th«.* event was eulobrated by .1 recep
! w»'d*Tingsiippsr. Between 10
l 11 o'c| > k Inst night, whilo some
. ro still at tii© supper
nauuxl John T.
»Hier «laughter »>f
out 17 years «»f ug«', outside
tho front door to talk to her.
Her father objected to Mils find
in, nml when
table, a young
li.. IK
■»
•ml her t.
obey, took ln*i in by force.
Hi Ml
1 upon llmling
*lo«l
i n for tie« purpose of
• of the house, ho drew
pistol.
1.
tint Hi*' f:
: h
■ n-1 the girl
!•* ! I words foil*
i •.»
.» i.ni :
I» 1
I
ban
I
a- *ot the Ural
that
;
•m od i«> look Uesper
taken to ;
■.«»ut hern
•Ut'*l up.
J*:dg«« Ball this
t ii.it, I he pistol, j
lau
• inches i
led.
I Io Wi
l.<
J nail
ve.»p
h 1» Mahlou Steel«î. n
! bv tho Harlan A
ge 1
li Go.
ll -k o
il
» don a
• tight bis ii'J.'k
. Pyl»*. who
s mil w i
und niât lie will probaoly
id
» . !
«.t
d s'* i I
Auollivr N iv >. *»«!;;«•.
\ ii',-eti.ig or i hose lnto»«'stod In
...» of the Knights of
•.;» i FV i:l m will l»e held at 8 o'clock this
ull who
nr*« Interested should !►»• present, 'i 1» ia
is un excel»««nl order, and thoro show 1*1
l»o any diiliculty in seourlng
, 1 onougii names to form another lodgo
Hu this city.
*
*1
ug, ut th«ir hall. wh<
FRIDAY MORNING'S COURT.
A Crook XVon f C#M-EuibMtIem«nt
Other Trials and Sentenoe*.
The Court reconvened at 10 o'clock
.. Friday.
In State vs. John Fltzmorrla charged
with taking now clothing November
24, 1891 from Wm. McBride, Victor B.
Woolley prosecuted and the ptlsoner
defended himself In alawyor-llke
and with great ability. McBride
hud given him the clothing.
Judge Cullen charged thoro must be
a felonious ln tont to make it larceny.
The Jury retired at 10.50 and at 11.50
brought lit a verdict of "Not guilty."
Judge Cullen told hlin ho could go
where ho pleased and advised him
hereafter not to try to take care of
o liter people's goods.
lie replied ho "did so by request.''—
McBride was an old man who treated
and drunk fr«
whiskey, and it vv
of mutual drunkenness lying down
and sloeping lit the streets. Olllcer
James liantes made the arrest.
On motion of Wm. T. Lyufttn, Esq.,
the case of Slate vs. Bullock Hemphill,
Dutton und Harris, charged witu bur
glary and larceny, was continued
til the May term, on account of the
absence of a material witness.
An interesting embe/./.el tuent, case,
was the .States vs. Thomas Scanlau
for cheating David Collins out of
*40.80. by passing on him the 12th day
of last December, a railroad check of
*5.25 for $52.05 at, the Holly Tree luii,
Front und Market streets.
Deputy States' Attorney Davis
for the State and Messrs. Sanborn mid
Hayes foi the defense.
The cheek was objected to but ad
mitted subject to tho future considera
tion of the Court.
;
quart bottle of
n shameful case
E DEFENSE.
a
Mr. Sanborn told the jury It was a
very sim 11 le case. We will show to
y«>u that Mr. Collins was mistaken,
when lie satd this defendant toid him
tint check was tor $52.50. The defend
ant cannot read or write. Mr. Collins
read the check for liliubulf und made
tho mistake.
Tho check was given in pay mont for
three glasses of boor. Mr. Collins
looked at it carefully throe Limes. Our
elionLisa poor man, unacquainted
with our customs und laws. He
from Ireland last May. He Ins been
conlinod on this charge since the 27th
day of lust December.
on cross examination, Collins said:
"1 did not say to bnmlun 1 thought
you'll bo man enough to pay It back
again."
Richard Cohen test! I led the prisoner
could not r«Kid as ho had got him to
try to read a check to him. 1 had to
oocasl ni. the dilVer«mce
live do.iur bill und u
tell him
botw
dollar bill.
David Collins admitted to witness
he had read the check Lhreo times, lie
gave Scuulan u good character.
Michael Gilmore know Scanlon two
•rested, lie
months before he
gave him a good churucior. Ho hoard
Collins say when he asked him why lie
gave Scan lull tho money that ho
"thought he was man enough to come
back and pay it."
II«' also swore Beanien could not
nrl bank hills. Scaniun has been
living with the witness most of tho
time since ho came to this Count r y.
Futrick Brown ku
land for
over with him in the same ship eight
months ago. beunlan was always
honest.
l'atriok Brown and Mis. Patrick
Brown (.lvute; swore Beanlan boarded
witu us. He can neither read
write. Ho cannot tell money, not
even a f 1 bill from u $5 bill. My hus
band (said Kato» wrote Bcanlun letters
to the old country.
Deputy Attorney Davis hero naked
the court to charge tho jury to render
a verdict of "not guilty," wiiloli
forthwith done.
Georg«» Manlove for larceny of mare
of lohn W. i'arrow w
pay costs und $200 restitution money
and a line of $100 und be imprisoned
three years, stand «»no hour in the pil
lory und take fifteen lashes next Satur
day between 10 a. m. aud 2 p. in.
Viotonue Leone and Frank Branc for
nssniilt. on Dog Catcher Janies E. Wirt,
wore sentenced to pay costs und *25
.Scaiilau in Ire
years and thon came
of
.«need to
to
The witnesses In tho State vs. Sam
uel V. I». Curly (eolorodi. charged with
policy writing, wer«» discharged until
Monday, Wm. F. »Smalley, Esq , for
defembint.
At 12.49 |>. m. the jurors wore all dis
chargcd until Monday morning, and
at 12.43 court took a recess until 2.30
has
has
his
P
Criitli-iiu-n w
Criitli-iiu-n w
Dry, fovensli. or Irri
Chat'oK. Iluugiiiic^s. By
• elegant
. I» » m. Instantly
d the bUI n
like any oilier {irepurtition li dries in
quickly, obviating nccod.iity of washing
b -»IT or covering If up. The d«Hir«*d ef
fect is iuptantanequs. I»««-«»
• soil unyihlug. pure, «•limn, cohirltms,
Druggists.
zu prcnahl by express for 41.00.
K. s. Wells Jersey City.
I skin. Ch
npplk'stt
. t. requisite, l.KAU<t«u.K
»tiled and healed
onèe made pliable. Un
Î, P Y
harm i cm.
.i.s' Hkai.tu ItKNfcWEit curoaSoxual
weak m S3.
Will Meet To-Night.
Local Branch, No. 407. Iron Hall, will
ting this o\ en
. their hall in t he Adams build
■« will be an initiation,
every member should be present. The
order Is iu a flourishing condition and
: brandies uni htdng formed uil
or Hid 1 Unltc«l States.
hold tlielr regular
ing,
ing.
m
;r
II
V
I
Every arliclc must go by
itlio 25th of March, as our
store is rented to other,
, »«« g* I
BHBUt » m
;
partie.' and we
' n
j Kt 1 b
'
Don't buy until you seo I
wluit wo liavo got uml see
what money you can save.
It will pay. you to buy
tb em and keep them until 1
next winter, or buy light
goods for tlie spring.
Call and sec for yourself,
n
A
1
il
«.t
nTiinn'
\
I
In
of |
this
:
ia
1*1
1 1 UiU
I
11
III'
400 xvlurlvot ist.
Bpeelal No tic*.
We have to day reoelved 10 more |
cases of Roods, which the manager
wishes us to sell at X their value. Re
member, such bargains will never oc
cur again. Now is your time,
while this tremendous sale Is going on. .
In order to show what gigantic bar-1
gains we have, a few prices will bo Mule
given:— i the
15 fino ladles' % plush coats, extra oih'o.
lino, cost to mannracturo, *28, *uu
and *35 wo will sell at *10. j right
10 extra line Lester plush coats, fur , «1
trimmed, cost to manufacture *10, *50 the
will sell at 112.08. '1
ace
Come
and *00.
We havo also a few plush coats
low ns *8 00. .
100 ladies' stockinet abort coats, ! overt
handsomely trimmed in all the latest j
stylos. $1.20, guarautood to be worth m ;r<
ceive«!
'J'.
Ft
by
tho
they
low
tralto,
; ;
40 ladlos' black Astrakan trimmed
cords with 4 handsome Ornamente,
*2.50; act ual cost to manufacture *15.
05 ladies' black beaver coots with
handsome fur collars and ornaments,
*8.62, worth $18.00.
00 ladies' nowiuarkets, with deep
military capos in all colors, to go uf.
*5 08, coat to manufacture $15.
50 children's coats in plaids, checks
nml stripes to go at 08 cents, guaran
teed to be worth $5.00ouch.
25 ladies' short coats in all colors
and styles. 50 cents.
27 la«lies' costs in all colors, salin
lined and trimmed In all the latest
styles o! furs, to go at $4. «8. worth $20.
85 ladies' black hair capes, all satin
lined high shoulders and largo storm
collars.to go at $1.98, cost to manufac
ture $10.
25 ladles' sample ready-made suits
in all the latest shades of Henrietta
cloth, handsomely mudoand trimmed,
to go at $8.98, guaranteed to be worth
*15 each.
75 ladies' French flannel tea gowns
to go at 98 ots. each.
SPECIAL.
again
from
A
the
over.
"Tho
over
the
of
the
was
the
by
and
tol
tra,
ed
a
that
Ed
H.
(
G.
W.
H.
E.
F.
a
1000 yards of Una Lancaster ging
hams, 7 cunts, sold elsewhere ut 10
cents.
1800 yards of fine muslins, compris
ing "Fruit of tho Loom" and other
good makes, to go at 6 cents, sold
elsewhere at 10 nud 12 cents per yard.
. 8 cunts per yard.
Do not fail to call and examine
goods and prices at t his groat sule.
lhe store will be open from 9 a.
Saturday till 10 p. m.
Curtain scri
. to 8 p.
Remember the number, 204 Market
street. Wilmington. Del.
What's bett«*r for a wound than Sal
vation OH? Echo answors: "What."
Wo answer: "Nothing."
all of
So say wo
say wo all?" Only 25 ets.
IVe Have Hfon
soiling more shoes than usual this
sou on the old played out business plan
of honest goods at low prices. The
fashionable way you km
everything at half price or below cost.
Wo can't promise that but
promise shoes a littlo Above tho aver
age in quality, lit and stylo, at prices
lower than is usually uskod. It pays
to try our store, especially when you
feel like saving shoe monoy. Did you
over try our $2.50 high in-stop shoes,
plenty of comfort In them for little
money. Forman's No. 10 East Fourth
street, between Market aud King.
Is to sell
lie
ho
*25
Largest assortiront of Valentines In
tho city at Adams «k Bro.'s, No. 594
Market street.
A I.me«' Funeral.
The funsral of Mrs. Anna M.Chlppoy,
who dle«l last Mondav. took place yes
terday afternoon from tho residence
of her husband, Peter Chlppey, No. 14
West Twelfth street, and
by a huge number of relatives and
friends
attended
lous services
P. Church,
French street above Eighth, by the
Revs. Messrs. Briukhouse and Moore,
after which the Interment
Impressive rel ta
hold in the A. U. M.
made.
to
»
rt
!
for
dis
and
2.30
I
I
Another cold snap and
most oi our Overcoats will
be gone. We could have
sold three times as many if
we had all si/.es in every
stylo.
in
ef
Un
P Y
A few more Children's
Overcoats, deep capes to
close at $2 mid $3; nothing
larger than 10, the cheapest
of them is worth $3.60; the
best wo sold for $8, probably
thoro'll bo none left after to
will
en
The
and
uil
morrow.
Men's Overcoats. Unless
you are a very largo man, we
can show you a variety of
styles yet, both stormers and
dress Overcoats. .See if we
can fit you, a saving of $5.
aud over on a good one.
Full up in suits for all
Men's, Bovs' and Children,
and the price down on every
one of them.
Children's knee Pants, hip
pocket, 40c, Camel's under
b
by
our
N
I " e Fvery U pitmen,
mÄÄSipBBÄ
if dissatisfied with your pur
chase wo will return your
money. We would like you
to remember that wo arc not
'
seo I
see
buy going out of business, only
until 1 a change in the firm, wlio is
light going out of business and
desires cash in preference to
stock.
N.Y.Clotlimg House
I
3 6 MARKET STREET.
[MAX EPHRAIM à CO.
Tf
FIFTH EDITION.
The llrst concert of the Ferd Fullmer
Mule Chorus wus given last evonlngat
the Opera House heroro a laage uudl
oih'o. The stag.* was decorated with
potted plants and Mowers, whiloon the
right was u life si/e 1 crayon portrait
«1 the late Ferd Fullmer, artor whom
the chorus la named.
'1 ho stage selling c
ace scene with a <
The concert wi
The Kirnt Concert.
'.stud of n pal
•onservatory in the
opoued with an
orchestra under the
overt ure by
leadership of C. N. I/uioe, which
m ;r< M several soloctlons from "Said l'a
The chorus than appeared and re
ceive«! a warm greeting.
'J'. Clytuor mounted tho lender's stand
I tho chorus sang * Oli. Hall I's, Ye
Ft ce,' by Emerson and thu' Bcll Song"
by Leavitt. The latter song showed
tho second busses to uuvuutag««, ns
they had to sing low D, und took tho
low notes excellently.
Miss Katherine Glondjitnlng, con
tralto, of Philadelphia, sang II. D1
A Winter 1 mllaby" In such an
Director J.
Kovcit'
acceptable manner that she was re
called. Her selection In response was
"Regret" from ( uptain J heiese. Miss
heard In a duet,
" with C. Howard
(ilendoiining
"Spring and Love,
McCarter, basso, of Philadelphia, and
again In a solo, "La Clem's Hong,"
from "La Glaconda," by Ponehielli.
A double quartette sung "The Par
's Lifo for Me," and In respouso to
the applause sang a part of tho song
over. Tho chorus gave an amusing
lection entitled "The Letter," but the
>st difficult selection was Sullivan's,
"Tho Long Day Closes," which how
over was given in au excellent manner.
It. wan foliowod by a quartette
slating <»r J. T. Clyiner, W. J. Fisher.
Phigoue Start. A. T. Hyatt. Jr., and
Fiank Mason, singing
Stilly Night." winch wusin
the death of Ford. Fullmer, 'lhe spirit
of the composition is shown by this
sentence, "Sad memories bring to us
the light of days gone bv." The effect
was greatly increased by darkening
the house, while the stage was lighted
by a subdued red light.
Tho Bettings of the stags
changed to n woodland scene, after
which ''Forresters, Sound the Cheerful
Horn," "F'ostlval March." "Gipsy Life"
and tho battle hymn from Wagner'«
excellent
followed by a de
scriptive hunting scene, In which pis
tol shots, tin« bark of dogs und the
huntsman's call was heard.
During the evening Professor Frank
Steulgen. of tho ( )pera House Orches
tra, played a violin solo, In which he
accompanied by a part of the «>r
chest ra. i n uns wer to a recall he play
ed "Sounds From Home." during
which ho held the vast, audience almost
spell-bound,and when be closed he was
given round after round of applause.
The work rendered by the chorus 1«
deserving of great pruise, and estab
lishes the reputation of Mr. Clyrner
excellent loader. Tho concert was
a grand success, and It Is estimated
that upwards of *2U0 has been ch'ared.
Another concert will be given in the
spring, prol>ably sometime in May.
The following list comprise* tho
officers and members of the Ferd. Full
• Male Chorus: William J. Fisher,
president; A. T. Hyatt, Jr., vice presi
dent; Frank E. Hering, treasurer:
Elmer El Benson, secretary; Jacob T.
Clyrner, director; Will M. 8. Brown,
accompanist; Arthur K. Taylor, libra
rian. Musio Committee— M. J, Con
way, Theodore W. Trlggs, A. T. Covor
dale, John Butler.
First tenors-Charles M. Banks, E.H.
Benson, M. J. Conway, U. P. Edward«*
Ed ward Ehler. James 0. Herbert, W.
H. Jones,
( Tea, C. B
gene Start, U. H. Start, James B. Stid
ham, E. F. Springer, Albert Sprue«,
Jumna A. Ward. George F. Young, E.
G. Burton, William Davidson. IC. R.
Ewing, Frank E. Hering, Emmett
Hickman, Harry Lodge. George A.
Mack le m. C. N. McKalg, Edward MeL
chlor, Jr., Hansley B. Mastun, C. H.
Nail or, Edgar M. O oho 1 tree, O. 8. Rica,
John Salmon, W. M. Sheppard, O. 8.
Tazewell, Theodore W. Trlggs, W. B.
White.
Second Tenors-J. Frank Ayers,
David Baker. John W. Barr.
First basses—J. A. Booker, A. J. But
ler, A. T. ( overdale, E. L. Flory, Eu
gene Bayne, E. W. Gallagher, H. B.
Harrison. R. O. Janvier. A. C. Lingo.
W. H Lingo, J. liOonard Lloyd, W. B.
Mendinhull, J. II. Morrison. George L.
Messick, Harry N. McKalg, W. V. Mo*
Kaig, J. E. Sparrow, L. M. Ktookwoll,
H. J. Stout. A. K. Taylor, Edward A.
Watson, T. W. Werlo.
Second basr-s W. H. Achonbaoh,
Ulysses U. Alexander. Frank H. Bon
ner, John Butler, S. G. (Heaver. Ed
ward ('overdale, R. P. Faust, W. J.
Fisher, H. W. Fra/.ler, Lewis C. Frits,
William Gist, 1. M. Henderson, A. T.
Hyatt, Jr., George E. Hyatt, Clifford
E. Izzard, H. S. Lawton, II. 0. Lewis,
F. R. Maxwell, Frank Mason, 0. E.
Meutzer, li. W. Page, Leslie 11.Patton,
William Stauffer, John Stoddard, Jos,
«bunder, Jr., Winfield U. Smith, II. 0.
Tai lor, J. H. Westootfc.
Oft iu the
raory of
then
"Kteuzl" were given In
munner, This
George E. King, H. O. Mo
. McKalg, Jonn Boiler, Eu
Court Nolo.s,
Chn8. B. Evans, Esq., cleared Pat
rick Doherty of the charge of larceny.
The present term of court is not
only uuusuully interesting, but legally
Instructive. It is a grand school In
which to learn reliai»!«» and well set
tled law. Wo would be reluctant to
change the system of pluralty of
judgeship.
Sulb.iv Skin.
Muddy complexions cleared.smoothed,
.I.S Dll. ÜAI.M.
b iKhteiiod by l.r.
D.-ilshtfiUeirect. 'J'iio ««.* only
• its virt uos. Ihmlsln's Pim
ples. flloiubea.Itodiiuiis, Coarsonoss. l'i «_»ck
lort, WrinklcH. r»!)e. ami $i.»xi at brimgista.
J.nrare 3i/.e prepaid by ox proa-*, ft.00. 15. 8.
Wells. Jersey City.
)K ToothACUK gives in Uuut ro
Rouqh c
Hot'. 15c.
Mrs. A. B. l'.ntrikon, of Centiwlllft*
Md., had rsturned to her hotuo affcsr a
isit with her siater, Mrs.
TuylorF. Burke, of Chester, who has
boon very ill.
"ThoraaB ('rav. n was hurt bo badly a
few days ago, by a bug cf outs lulling
him, that, lie was given an order for
treatment at t lie almshouse. His moth«
or Is extramoly ill.
to houith is hardly probable.
t\V
is
to
1 her ruötoratiun
Market.
The
hid stalls in tho Third
Powell has
street market, fresh shad, Labrador
lt««rring, white fish, lake shad, yellow
perch, white perch, sheep's head, had
dock, trout, terrapin, Ac.
liitiliy Susldetl.
On Wodnos'luy, Fred Plum, a Ger
man, residing ut No. 1105 Railroad
avenue, was badly scalded about tha
taco and arms whilo engaged at work
at the 1 dgo Moor Iron works. He wo#
taken to tli«i Delaware Hospital wher#
ho la now under treatment.
For Sul®.
A desk, new safe, shelving, a good
stove, ai d u piano. Apply to M Me/»
„ra, -lud Market street.
Fine oysters ut Aiutcow's, 30, 35 and
45 oqptti pm quart. ,

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