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luterMting Colored ivopie. G.
race Church was lllled lunt evening ^111 ienr Dr G. W. Gray on the AunU®Vu. inry of the Freedman's Aid and Sein J duoatlou Socle! v which now Km 800 000 worth of educuttoiial serty Over 800 teachers are e«fli- one Et WOO students at an annual ex- are ETof «10 each, the total being m- The While the society's work Is for Girls' it colored (utd white the speaker incctlug pecially on the colored work Grace M E t'hmvh supports istu Sored school In Haiti mors. dially ifcmtrasted tlie 4'; millions of with u-sd Dcoulc of *'5 wars ii'o will ii » tty. education ami the fumlly in-p au Utton were but tittle known among b. They were sunk in moral «leg- jy un ln on and Ignorance. Slavery, by I)ri>1 Ing tho family instil stlou for* ~ Hdries, was mainly to blunio to. They were i.tie.iy p«.«>r mid f*." W to thinking I d to their master s w is theirs. ' list hod mts, <?ongrcgutionallst8. jrterlatis and Baptists went In for •>'"'« ■Mr «villaaUon and gave th mu Go« BferbWMtoliers. scbool teachers and olght Hpwtana of their own color, uutil Mr. Sow Alllhms of tlieiu can read. If cat p. They take a colored man worth 4') »»taper day in a ootlou field and first teach him how to uso a square brate jirawa line and saw a board off~:t United thing he cannot do at tirst attempt. - to fis learns it after many trials and then thing feels he Isa victorious man.aud leu rue State »I* Rn 6 Iuollt -hs lie is. Vrorth fil.50 per day. ' c . ; A converted man has at flrstno more tnorality than ho knew just L>efore hcmvtii-^on. Hence everybody should • ■g-, taug ht. a high morality. Then, When converted, they will liv«* up to it. 5he mother is the keystone to the family arch. When she is virtuous, fitere is a family nml a home, s The colored people fistful progress in education ; place ■ Jno. * for ■ uklng wou-j ami Ärlstlanlty. One msn to Washington te a profeôâoi of Hebrew and voryiUex.ll. Shriied. Koiored physician saved both Mur- j boro and rhatanoo ra, Tnnn«B»ee.l,mor!um pestllenee l he Mayor took him •his carriage at tho head of a puhliuj F Bwlon led by th. bout I,mss band Snbl to a pul,lie ball und V pic t Murfreesbc PSsented him with tho liberty of the . ty. 1 Dr. Gray believed the Mothodlsto loc ' ere Influencing over a million of col- 1,1 red îieoplo by religion, education ami tschanical Industry. He believed ini ifipsnter shop os consecra! ;d as the «at lurch. Out or the six millions of 25 j ars ago a vast number of the cor j at g||rhpt ones had died. VA hen wo conso l Wato common labor wo Suva the ■■WtoY, . . , .. !««x The Dootor had the young preachers V1()U nass cants all through the a:.,hci.ec , ( , f lor a BUbscrlhtion on oath of île lor f, nllJ y. yeara. He told a most pathetl«* story «OUTU B-Kaub, WhogavotBJIoth«., eauso, which she had earned by raismg , aweet potatoes, water melons, and! »ending bags. ,o The speaker wnn a good orator nn*i ppoke on popular lines. Only ■•«»loredli/ ohers that can rend are or<iuinod'!} The euttimr of external an«l thn pmi teil zing of internal pile« are fast yield fog to gentle methods Such painful}^ Hfiractic.es are uniieoessary when ODJi P "» Ointment ts u»»d. l'rlce 3 'Also ohl and rospoetml amt fin of Wilnaing'on. died this morn-'ground rat7.15 o'clock at his resilience No Hffast Filth atueet, lu tho 80th year tu fei» age. M»* Antes hasb'jeu In foil a health for u year or more past ami 1 for 4 but seldom left his house si »ich: st fall. Mr. Yates was n native «>f s.alö, «ew Jersey, but spent nearly all iii.' fiotlve and useful life in thisVIty. For many years he carried on tht*c ■herch^-t tailoring business ou Mar j getstrec'. below Front, but for severe years he lias lived a retired life. 1ère, He was o member of Jefferson Lodgedng W jKo. », L O. O. F . mid at his death was on i-lp« oldost member of tho order in the'Muv Btato so iar as known. Until last October he had been treasurer of hls'sU lodge 28 years, and declined * re-Hoe tlon on account of lil health. He was elected graml master uf the order In theStato JuneUth, 18o2, and he Ira*'money seen president of the 0«1«1 Follows Hall Company since the death of Di B. F. Askew. ! He was also a member of Delaware.her paoampment, No. r», I. O. ü. F., und »ember of tho Masonic Fraternity, in religion Mr. Antes whs u Methodist.| ■fid a member or St. Baut » M. L Church. Being twi- e married, Mr sates leaves n widow und three daugh firs by his tirst wife-Mr». Alexsudei diet, with her daughter in North j-. M jlna: Mrs. H. Mcl.-ar and .Mrs |sot Charles Iiee! nei 1 lie tlmo fur th-.'lmted funeral will be duly announced. I (fprvn by the M. E. < h : u Iloatli of .lohn R Yr?<>*. G. Yates. ; rhysloians' p»es« iipti«. find promptly prepared by. •upcrvlslou of the proprlot 'arefullx let . with u 'experience. Edgar B. Foil, IT, druggist. 5th smt Poplar. . - r The î fc 1 'falling, always curing oM t ? Children r. fihlte Buinionic Ba isnin. I h o leading ! 1 \ lung ami tiiroat re I? «»pot 4th ami King fi lfiai U»t street, where w r WO ••Iv for ♦ lie •i:rh pie »s Dr. Strain-'i 1*1 IK I ii r ' M P'" Don't fraget, tin- • [' II. E. Chui h to a a, cert in St Paul' 150 1 oxf-s Sr mi., fOc u box. 1 til4 is Stein's No 5 Ed s t la 2d. It lliuk«.'9 tho bos' li! farthest. ' Hunguri; J J. Smith's Fourth und bhtplc;. ,'.•»' t. g Î' «1 km] i n • itreots, Ai Lo.. Cuypli*» hh«i I Cupping ami ltu fier. »o.iOS Ejét T I Went I Thousands ut tlie Hfiarket und Fern « î o.. rVAoturod by H. F. Bcirdou a ! j , ■ jpfieond street. 5c. Try one. by G o. Ii. J1 eelobrr .1 star* law library pneoub books a t 41* Market stn very ruro ai.d *\ t fall to attend ths «1 oti feme of which to o v positively bo sold. _ ^ Î 9 frort small adverts« answers to clrl in u candy st. I ii "H," this ofliow w received ii few hQni'B after ils uppearance i loatlng the » an advertising medium. of tiio Rkbvi t. / bale of Kcal . *enry Wltell, exec uter, eoni or. VV. g fieadsy afternooD, the store and Gw- li Kpg. Hoe. 418 and 4ia^ Ship «y *u . : «t 90 leaiah N Eaten for m«96. J Fell's pharmaey, 5th and Boplar. „ pects G. W. Horsey will romove his saw The ^111 and basket factory from Laurell to iinqueat AunU®Vu. I John David D. Marvel,living near Ilazlott- ford Kent county, has a cow that on Atter Thursday gave birth to three calves, rendered one a male and two females. They j came are all living and doing well. a pistol The Alumnae Association of the ! Girls' lii-h School will hold a social . . incctlug In Assembly Hall HighSchool A building on Friday owning, Friday, istu lust \\[ the members are t . r)I . > duHug dially m\lted and bring their frlouds I with tnem. Last ii » _ u ,«n,. au p rt M. e. i huich this afternoon. ! they Reporters were excluded. 001130 «; lent- ; of jy un outline of them could not be ! men. I)ri>1 . uro ,i for publication. I to bo ~ ! boat î 'f., 9 , *V,v 1 ' m 1 » more. f*." «v^SiV.-V'iV, Phnäd îlniiia " u " J,a ' Uv„.-, Mr-, rr.uik otuebgen left for Pitts- ply. •>'"'« yesterday to visit b r brother in- aro law.Charles St uobgen who lost ids eye stream, olght months ugo and is now very ill- | wore Mr. Stuobgcn yostorduy received news g, , v If cat his nephew, aged 20 years, his them brother t 'huties* eldest sou. had « I iod. The Od«l Fellows of Milford will eelo brate the rounding of the order imths United -Stat«>s, April Jd. They nroposo to make the edehrutiou excel thing of 1 he ' kind over hold i State of Dclawaie. Richnrdson A Bobbins have contract ' c . w ,, h K . i OMP8 > ,• "Works hidMiucr «nd • Dots. Hush's. French street wharf, Is the place to buy your coal. Jno. M. Solomon has tho best coal for families. ïnqusid Died j ^jlng. i.^ ! it he About the Mu- ; from I ' engines I ion, unrnoth works, to bo com- | eight : thisclty li.-: _ . . Ijliwk Ihe Alumnae Association will give ; derby ■ onteiliiiuinemiu (he hlsli suhool OKpo.l »."uZSÄh F oitngton Annual Conference from o*>e Paiksly, Virginia, is stopping with voryiUex.ll. K. Dulunoy of Kingswood ICU.irth. uiyn j muss has been put in smh in the au- ,, U Tnnn«B»ee.l,mor!um of Kingswood M. ii. Church temporarily. ois F rocelvod by eortmoatalast Snbl 1 alhamron„ ,n SS V J pioiiutlou ut i.'M-m'o l.Uviou .. Hover 1 Foundry, lor tlio ! îctlon' of pic ted by June 1st. . 1 Kingswood ha? raised all her ool loc ' 1 kins (benevolent) and paid pastor 1,1 Tull, und umuilmously uskod for ills return, ini The AV. C. T. U. will hold meeting «at tlioir headquarters No. 100 West F.tguth str. o', to-morrow afternoon j at 5 o'clock. l Miss Carrie Carmine, a pretty straw terry bosket maker !««x counlv', has broke V1()U , re ,. ; r j j,,, , ( , f „.o on,, quart raoeptacUw lu f, nllJ ^ u l l-lai,,.. to, .Money, u ", , 3 , . , .Hupeilor Court reconvened at 10 ,o i-lo« k tnls m«.» uing, with Judg u i u U boni'li. L. ' ilslt lÇK*'ut c;ille«l the attention of u, 1 to hie pKtltion <>t Vvtlliam Helm rath, one of the execution crudit 'hurles Mullen Company, liking that an order bo granted to 'S^'e'mT/ileT n-'«^''d at'uw aherSri painful}^ vv m H T« „»«in t .! h! 1 r ' vu 1 ' t.S.ïf? i,Vi i- i--Sf. LM? if,- Ven t"«?lît ill thW 'Also granted. It was opposed l»y Charles H. I amt Willuid Sinulsbury, Jr,, morn-'ground that there , ir „ prior Judg* ment*, und also that tlie petltioi tu contempt of court, by paying 'g<.i»dd »it the sale, aud refusing Lo pay 1 for them. »ich: 1 tie stierlff realizod overtff.000 at the «>f s.alö, of wnluli 1>7,JOU.07 was loft, after iii.' p.iyhigc HumlssionsandoihHroxpHn which iimoiiut was paid into tht*c j Mr. SauUbury present.- I to tho Coart the petition or Browning Broth 1ère, asking that thoir «duiiu. amount Lodgedng tu eirj.4with costs and int-irest on which judgment wit» eurem»! »if ti.u the'Muv terra, leui, bo oaid. lie ul«o Bai l i last that Mr. Lore and hnnseir represontod hls'sU the other creditors, axcupt Urn •• represented by Me.ssr«. Ni.dds;«n«i V was d,»grift, and that. If their claims wer In allowed, it would exhaust nil Ira*'money In the court, it Di !ami- able actl ! Mullen, judg l'av ujutliur creditors in purpose *>f defrauding tii .... ihe «-luira pieseiitoil I» v T,ore L Vuadegnft !« for «1181.87, with Mr (tcivst from Mav.1891. Mr Yaiidegrift arg mid i Uj» p.-tition, and also Um mont obtained by Saruh J. Mullen bs .Mrs |sot a»ule, on the ground <>r fraud, ilo th-.'lmted u number of authorities in sup I port or his p-ioiiion. and «'otitinu^d to ïk. when a recess • tills afternoon. Up aud Smith, Frankford, Sus tho be.st ore mahl of Mias Miss ing. 1 Lewis A the ogethcr 11.0 \ B. Irion a will their » tiio petition should I tiie Mar. the | w I mill 1 will as also bf.iug! out that i brought by Sarah J. nt v *er «10,000, and this crnlm was done for the ! i**'' j I tor '.torpid j favor of the judg • . was takt-i tii let u IT, At a special luight t lie iilann for t lUll'll of the Street ! held la«t ! ,ri'.V iiddilioiis King .«t !'h xt •i i; •'Ota W UPP . - 'Hatton was iu4tr«iot •orb. ! 1 » for Is to do ng Ilia lvjutd will . o lav dag for ti : u pi. l ile, IK I i.-i ii of pat»;r enl .«Ul. ni cation from for more <i«'li •gm«l to tiio • «rotary «cil. a. <ti< in b,* pared, th , • M Del la «•Oftil n r at r«> «vcl liial. F «r oU Id in tho tit'll ' uikii lain rep: '.'ll L Lo km] c'lty Cou « imoiiiul. WllHsm T. Mo.trm leek Mrs A, , u>.l ; ft Mi • D .or >var !' Ir.iw ths t -t !'«*••!. ' nds of ,t ' he it ■ P «I tic "i y «led '•»apt ton *. ll'-S ii.l. l'tä *\ • w p; ,| o pa ■a'.y Gl on ii i irnntur oilice to day, In tii« Ritruauc. . O'Qlook: £ O'- 5/• ll VV. g Gw- li . : «t ira-j', 5i li nd Pop iub a m pint Painful D vontod and •tninjj, c« »lio, diarrli-»tpro od by Iloop«*!'s anodyne lng . are pects captured. 1 The coroner of Kent county held an iinqueat last evening on the body of John Burns, one of the supposed Mil- i ford burglars, who died in Dover jail, Atter hearing the testimony the jury rendered a verdict that *tho deceased came to his death from the effects of a pistol shot from his own pistol,caus .V«» ° f a . ° r a ral " oad ***'. , sn A resolution was also adopted, com tiSn r brftVory duHug tho light on tne train. two moiuî captured. Last night word was rocelvod that morw.if thu mnir hud boon pan they had bocu fully identllied asa part of those who were on the train. Tin men. when eaptured, were supposed to bo maklngthelr way toward astoam > boat landing, to take u bout for Haiti-, ft more. Fiinlerlcktown Is nb >ut ton milos Uv„.-, of T„vr„ f , ;l l. 1 >«1 .. ml b., a population of about twenty live peu- * ply. Hi« on tlie Sassafras river. There aro numerous nocks of land along tho stream, and it is thought that the m wore forced «town to u point g, , v f, n ,|,«l water them and the pursuers In tho roar, MOKE ABOUT THE BUllOLARS. ïnqusid In the Case of Burns Who Died In Dover Jail—Two More Sus ll. h i throo sides of j roteetlvos MuVey anil Wltoll tort '* the 12 05 train tills morn ^jlng. for Mid*Il«*towu, from ! intended t«> drive to ('ocilton to it he two men « About the following despatch ; from Elkton: I ' Look out for a in;.... ... . I ion, smooth, spare faco.tlve fest six | eight inches in : thisclty which they I ti niptuiwi yhiei-dnÿ. 1 f ter their doparturo 1 a li received ; j 1 _ itolght. 2-'> years old, ' Ijliwk sum raat, light ovwTont. black ; derby hat. left trousers log torn. Es OKpo.l rroin jull to-ntoljt F T ,h 7 .'4 it 1, o*>e of the burglars has ftiiccc«»«!ei| m escaping from jai . as his «ios«*ripi Ion »'orrespomled wn.ithat or one ol the uiyn raptured at Rollon. ,, U Y rH ' i ,S- r I«™«'"hat whito pp'A 11« wf" nlnmt nd^hdniit 1 m'lo ois inio the i.iil, atiout niidniglit, oue ° m brok0 *' vay " nd lUttü " 118 ,, , HioinUroad Btntion in tliln nit} Is i.'M-m'o ik! I,0m l.Uviou tuorougiil} litspe. tod. ! an, dark tuples Unoqualed in effectiveness, unap proacluMl in cheapness, aud uiirlvalli'd popularity is Dr. Hull's Cough Syr Tricc 25 cents a bottle. l i bs ilo to Up MuitIimI I.« Frank M. Cooper, of Harrisburg.Fa., aud MibS Harriet E. Smith, eldest «laughter of Justice of tlie Bcice Smith, united iu marriage last evening ut 7 o'clock, in the rentrai Presbyterian Churah, by tin« Rev AVui. r.us George Coop«T, brother of tlie graom, the mahl of honor, Miss Flo Green wo; >d, of Ulicster, l'.i , ami tiie l>ri«lv"Miiiil«ts, Mias Bertha Smith, sister of tho bride, Miss Laura Bishop, Miss M iry Hord ing. <jf I'liila«leiidiia und Miss Bertha 1 Lewis of Dover. The brido Hither, and brocade«! silk, with pearl irlmmin; A reception the nome of B. Swartz. The b««tot gi veil a nay by ht a co-slume of whi -; afteiw.ini-« lield i bride's par-* . No. hut Wi tcmlod by Irion Mr. a lute irai will remain for their return will rejidoiu Bniiadelidiia. large •is «»t the contractparties. 1 Airs. Cooper l»«ft this«*lty on iliey • month, and ur»on the Of 1*1 Sale;«. Mar. is, i igar more. Ul un IK W. C. Mari mi, 'i'nl . p. Hi : ti .V K i d Jcffersi > /t ■\ xc ' a H M. ■I DeiinUon. Mill CroakH'd. . N '."2. satii wo! .luctt • Mr. mu. s. Media.I*a. It Rift -. livery I«, tarm tjtoc'K, -e. «VJ5 Mud Iso w. 21, Sale «»f la: The Board of Dover Allil.'Lie Club | w kon »'sty now moiubers I mill sixty-Mvo pr'»p«».sltl«in< 1 Hereafter will a ors of tho AA'ar *L last evening, •«•eeivod. 1er -O years of liuittod. ! i**'' Ifror, btouiac j I nerves. A in MII*-*'h n tho — roçulatf • us rtirouifa «li w every. In-. M: Pill« speedily «-iu«* tnlloutiness, t»ud ast iput ion. '.torpid liver, j e«iuulod of Smallest, Ceuta. ! 50 (ioai-s, v!5 Z. Ja.'Rüd Rull j • do iioiisowork flM«l "I,i:\n ■ lx! uht 1 ul i tele f« in i.mi a'ilayl! w neu »■ j > î» i : •1 «lru i quick,y. off s«.- -loo» tlie ttm inlorfcre HllllS Mifl. Will not- Mrii'a.se ! ! • mid fl.'Mat ! id by cxnie.-s I'm |i."0. i: s. \\\\U I >r ik*'*tk; Invge /.e pr.s Jersojr City. N. J. A. Bucher, Sign Bait I'T, 311 Shipley. for i'' >K RENT T«-r March th. -M will . d -, !.. ■ :t e go II tiio ! •Iv r: .h - \I.I . •t, ban' hid It Lo '.»•I. . : S'Y: uid 2. . r. i: F. , W ; nb w.K • -! Hi:».I «II light -l l - «•; • 1 1.1» \ it .< !. It A L I t: M ... i. If «I. .u. .. ilii-) ■a'.y I* r Hat tii« \\ 5 s :', 1 GERM '« ! 5/• ,!-y Pop ; >rni.n sai.i:. I rra.n !.. i.. Ill East E.,i BüBOLABBWhO oome down on PoainauU on aal «nmd of »f^raok- T lng under the deluslv«i idea that they are safe from police interference, will | have roason to revise their oDlnlona .. .. . H th h avfl ! after the rough reception they ha e ( met with. Oue of them will never en gage in any more burglaries and the has others from nreaent aoncaraucos will ttl1 _ 1 „ nn A jou not engage In it foi a good nauy the years to come. Volunteer country detectives have not the name of being sn k««n in ferMUinir «vit prime as a f or ^ oô 0 ... , S ll(n „. lvn Hnkerton, or Wilkinson detective, but they have a kind of lough und tumble way of getting there all the same, which la not vervmrreeablo to tho bur- " ,l WIU u 18 uot vcl 3 a » ieeaui 3 lo l,lu uul 8. | conducting the trial of Its members ff ., n . whoill chargea ft b ,(Unsl ' wuom (, narges with closed doors, truth spread bef ,re the public by tho prnM Ita.» fur tho publlo to be kept 1.1 j * Conference Is making a mistuko bv ! ton . .. " ,i *...„1 n r î , a n, 8Hnt mductlng the trial of Its members . u> — •e pioforred, ton, Hotter have the : imitier which has lor doubt upon nuuri y a year been prominently before pr<M ... , . .. ». win ,w.f ll. llu> plain published tiulh will not , h irt so bad as t li« suspicion that the i truth is so bad that It dare not bo told. ! terl j ! „ Wi » ! J prowot appaanwM, tho «il- iS ruu« |in»iui i.|i|.anu.™, too "*>• j mlugton liromou will enjoy homo rulo od I ti l0 noxt t« % r:u. Flvo out of eight of , the t officers at tho head ! 1 1,10 ni « ht u « ra ° a u "" n 1 a combine which insures young ener ; gctlc and disc j of the department. Under this coir 1 binatlon the volunteer system of whle ' AA'ihuinglonl has |great "reason to proud w.uiHke no at«pabaukwar<l. , «.»,-» Was it only by aooldant that Mr. «^-.« am. Mr. j their hole.? at ttie same time, tho first | to cry "whoa" to tlie Democratic par- : a« ty in u B „uranit after silver, und tho 1 0l1 ... i,ti,r uthei io »aj . I guesa sou bad betlei dl ' 01 ' H l "" J ' — - St ... , h „ ,ii.rninrlilaed nlti/ens 8l 'V , , dislniicmsed nlt./.cns crowd tho Levy ( ourt lo get assessed , at Die rate of sixty a day, and three rourths of thorn are from the two dis . , ' . . ,, ., , trlcts that have Demo.aatio ns-vossois. v\ is Peace like a «love with silken wing rer tlie AVilmlngt still liov forence. May it still continue to hov '•I off tho spirit of strife so contrary to the spirit of John AVesloy • yos and t«i the teni'hings ol the Master while here upon earth. II RIM*. Wit.SON Btt« UVN. -On Ma tin- mi.lt' ■ Rev. •«•It. Mr. It. iirown. .la'. Wil. su' Fr •ROHSLEV. • «if . rat No. 721 d . M 'ir A.. t . F« m the iv-d l l».T till I Mon«»: Into î wine Cemetery. F niOHI'I'g 'iH* ill-:'.. Ht 11 O'clock, »nt In the Wilmington and Braud> •rut private. a Ill El». Suddenly MUIUî ATR'iVI) In-*!., Benjamin Mur* U:M year <»f Ini tho P'.th e.fully invited • alt «md Ills into résilie . ivtthout further Seventh Satur l»iy Hfteruoou.lOth imd., - o'cluuk. TONKIt Marc of AYR I nun li. T • i vos met i'rt«»ii«l:- ir ' and. No. viday. at. i. Ma.isatHi. Ai..„ U Hi. Juiupli's Ceine 1 nii-rinuiit Roi.i.-*ud«ioutv ou . ' 'fit-roll, tu Ute - 25 March l'>, Ills âge. Relutfvtîft ami Ihe • 1 1 » v 11 * - ■ aid" mi -rut from . No. Iii» ! 5-24 E. Kill street, *2 o'clock. Interii.ent ai Rivorv Krhlav i'e H. Buck, to ut BUCK — March IT., 1^4 .1 -»î yem-.s 1 frl .id Id» Pulnit-r'rt Ituw Ninth fr« lit* Iu Friday o k. Interment ut itiy i. fiery, tho « 1 Mwmusnsi: v!5 j Nun's Veiling, Princotta Henrietta, Convent Cloth, Rhadamss, T ricotino, Mervilleux, Cashmere Drap'd'Alma, Courtland Crapes Gres C-'ain Rhadnma. The liest black <;ootls to wear. The best black goods to buy. The best assortment here. Fourth ami Market Sts. i j^aa4s^jf7ri«aa«s ^a t gs^Jt»trn r ugCT R ca. so Clarletta, Armure, Sntin d'Lyon, UndineCIoth, Satin Louisonne pr.s J. e llllEC • F J' î st.noi.n \ k t i'i'HKN M l l.THE «' o-l Eighth tit root, W i D li t: -DAY, s: :r J p I in ip'' «'li t: ,.«l P apixiinf. «1 bon Hat al»-. y i" mi fron J toc p c Jay ». I>RA :. An ti. ini? 'Ol! ,!-y i M 'ays $u p. r *»i mit«. for p - Apply eo. F. t*«. for nut ..on, ibia olilco. |f% VI | l^tK lTl hll T j ]! [UT U L 111 I I ! ] |u |l||||ll|l rill I 111 In | uUII S II LUI I IUI* at --—-to ! The United Workmen, ( The se88 i on of the Grand Lodge, a Ancient Order United Workmen, which has been lu session two days, finished ttl1 1,10 business yesterday, ami ud jou rued last evening. During (ho day the following officers wore elected: Is Grand muster workman, Henry Lingenf eider, Baltimore, Md.; grand f or ®mau, A. H. Jones, Wilmington; grand overseer, Joseph Grape, Haiti more; grand guide, \\\ II. McCormick; grand receiver, Mycr Hirsch, Haiti tpore; grand recorder, A. F. Colbert, " ,l ' tl,norö ; K'nnd ins de watchman, I. 8. Lawson, Maryland; grand outsido | trustees, Joseph K. Adams, Wllming j ! ton > w * Wôodsell, Virginia; r«>pre 8Hnt ' ft tl ve8 to the Supremo l.oilge. W. . u> Poulk . John J. Gallagher, Wifming —- - -. . . . ton, and G. W. Mower, Baltimore. The oftloers were Installed by Past Grand bo Masters Harrows ami Vansaut cT the ! : New Jersey jurisdiotion. A resolution was adopted at the af- 1 ternoon session, riMpn-s'-ing t lie su t ho ol pr<M , no représentât! v next meeting of the Hu promo Lodge, , vlll ,. h vrill I.» hohl nL ll.il.mu, Muntuiut to ask xt June, that Delaware be constitu- ! if ! terl a separate Jurisdiction j 2WO members are mm? uro« l. ! present a membership of There is at - I ! « membership of 17. r *0 in this' iS i.-,t„, whlnli will no h» liier,-» j Hlnto, whleli will no ilmi , . . . od to the requisite numb«*r by tho time 1 ! , the Supremo botly convene«. Before the session «dosed Past On Muster AVorkman AVilliam 11. Foulk was piesenled with ! service made especially for him by Huiuuel H. Hay nurd. The gift was presented by Grand Master Workman Li ngen Felder und ae* cepted by Mr. Foulk in a brief address. The visiting delegates to tho Grand lust hamli silver , . .... Lodgo leït for thoir hoi '«S j Mr. «V. K. OH a" «VnthoMvnto | Md.. writes:—1 suffer sometimes with ■ : a« ute! rheumatism, and your Halvation [ 1 0l1 *f lv , l ! s 1110 Instantaneous relief. I cordially rwouinieiid IUik a sure eure, - i ircm-nb ... The reprosontativus of the Friend ship, Uberty. Washiugtnii. Wo.-imn >n, (||l| M llrB comp „„| 03 „ , uu tual combination incoting hml night, nod utter 1111 Intelligent and practical review of the situation ugreeil upon a ticket to bo v«>ted, for ,,f the d«)partiuent at the tire 's «lectiou •ond Tuesday In May. 'J lie lollop ing is Lim ticket agreed upou: Chief Engineer of tho Fire Depart ment--Dennis H. »Shields, of the AVeu CHCoe Fire Ooiupany. First Assistant—James M.Dickerson, v\ usliiugtou Fire Company. Heeorid Assistant — Alexander E. Cloud, Friendsliip Fire Company. Mr. Shields is about : 2 years old, is a nruoticul printer, and résiliés at; tlie nortiiwost corner of Fourth and Monroe streets. Mr. Dickerson is about years old, ployoe of tho Ar'uloanized Fibre AVorlis, 10th ami Walnut sLroots, und rcsi«los at, No. 020 Gayer street. Mr. Cloud is also 33 years of Ago, practical printer. siiii-M at No. 7<)u tust I birtceutli street. All three of the Candida ive, onerk'ctic foremen ami their elec tion will insure an ublc ami intelli gent mi minis'ration of tlie Fire De partment The law relating to t ho election of officers of th<* Fire Department mied by th«> late legislature that there can be no recurrence of licull) circumsL'iUccs tiie lire City Council will lierHafter have the lection of ilio officials of the Fire Da part I IHM it. tlm evening of the • He ré i «iif tlie last election. Under any m and not tiie Still going, still curing, and ev will cure, eouglis, iioursnoss, sore . th«i grip, croup and every trou bio of Ihe throat and lungs that uid term imite in c her»' menu Dr. sltuuia' White I'ulmon io Balsam. Hold at druggists. Ofllce, 422 Market st reet. throi m piton; \v No. I'uyliig the T AA'lien l o'clock came tliis afternoon, tlie «tool's of tlie ut- I or poll uut puy.i-a • their «-oiiuty taxes. Dclinquont 'ollector Finok t«jok ids pluce and put 'hiuo in very slowly, grinding out a tax receipt utioutoverv four minutes. Bui tloular c talion by Mr. Finok clerk to Homo «»f an applicant tilled up bis receipt, im l»n<I to stop back about a rod lo another table to stamp it. A li.-.ir it a hundred office. No. 22Ö street were entered by itiy the >tion. il worked lined to have been to have any s.sist him.AVhon lie found tue tl««'. books and aft«*r oponiug tho office, stood la lino waiting Luxus. Tho clothing •tore were all carefully cov*»re«i with ch»*cko«l drilling to pro servo tho clothing from goiting soil j«'h so thoir pay ial»!es iu tiie ed. 'l'lie mbldiu aisle payers, tie* lino by 1.45 o'olot-k exteiul ing 8-»li«i t«» tiie front door. Crowds lug from a.l directions, less than 3o0 people . tlie office. full of tr kept c By 2 o'clock lui 1 1 «'.'tlli'il a T in* nnlv ilUtiirbuu that ocoiitrod »» I by a v who wont forward nml r tiio front of '«-!•»• -k »ip t«> Ml C ,*!l«al himself in . t»:. th • tie* line. ngry prot 'sis f Ui.»S'»h1 ad y in I At 1.30 p .. «dev« •«•cede 1 l fully 2 Mtldi , No. 1121 R»*ed street, ubov Wi •at ml «•.* l.THE 'lay lor .V :«ly cm s. i'r« , | ;a : King btreci. Fullerton's > rl»oi RiioumnHc iu all its n l by'Taylor & Fuller Th great loading n's tonic, tin* expel lor, is ll.d Humus Tiio genuine i 3 sold i 5Uc Dollloft. Depot Won ■ Ml ltcilurl with o » ino rayon portrai • r < dor. -u I's Gal . ... Holla Buro.st drags! Foil. -*»lIi and Boplar. « U ill s. 1 » y it. ; I a , 1. th.a sloop apparel.1 ying County, Luo .Hin claim of Tabor l ug y i" : 'Imslml':. s Mnrah il Mahaffy will L lii/.c dirr ta.'kle, an » Beach wharf, Ko p ' *; II« lnut., pay Moral».y p. r •i, Men iok ,'iil hive a not lier at ijculrev.il« .April. tii F. j "Foil, druggtot, Of» i 1 I'.p ir. AmuNmenU. I ° P " i "° DS,L ' A poor audience was In attendance uamos at the Grand Opera House last evening tnls witueae the first proseutatlon hero ' whs this eeason of Wills"* fwo OldOroniej." a he scenic effects and costumes were young excellent. The comedy, which Is a 1 get three-act one, Is clover, and plenty of son witty sayings, songs, und grotesque dances are introduced, The company ; ai Is a strong one and dosorvos better j encouragement from the hands of the : theatre-goers of this oity thau they re- except calved last evening. Those In tho cast deserving mention out were Mr. trunk Willis, who essayed and the role or Jacob Knstamsynr. profes- Mr sor of Calosthenles In a female acacl- nay emy, In a most grotesque manner: on Mr. J. H. Wills gave tho role of and Miss G unsie Hart was excellent tho charaoteiizutlons of May Fairchild, his l'olly Bustle and Fairy Queen. The | bnlanco of the company wers good in ,_. ..— ...^ -good in ; their respective i oies. The same will bo presented again this evening, and name tho house shoutd bo packed. I when The drum a"Jlin tho Westerner" will be presented ut tin* Gruml Opera might House on Katurday evening with ull ol tho ol«l favorites in the oast und upon J'lie title indicates A. some ltasu «v fa '.stern drama, but it U not. have got Lhut imprasslon, it is Tills if y only a strong comedy drama will bo tho second présentai!« favorably tune mons. sen, Leach, plee, Shu« S. "1 1 It wi tirst an l will «solved In the doubt in this ..- . .- . Beautiful dresses, brlgiit lines and fetching situations introduced. society life uro I>r. Hull's C purely gh Syrup i vegetable compound, Innocent in lorful in effect. F Mr. Ilarvoy Molilwoe. tho obliging ÄiÄÄtKTÄA ■ oonneoth.n with tue ciotüfiigund [ chant tailoring o-raiblishment or Jii 3 - tls .t Davidiou, more lamlllarly known as tho Iioaton ilothiug Houao, will leave this oity during tho nomme week to annont an migagemanl wi.h Iho linn «>f N. hnollbubmg «t Co., I'liiliulelphla. His rilcnds und tile. are inanyj will login', his doparturo a, he has nnUeared himioir willi nil who have come In contact with him, In a mutiner thatIs rare to one of lus ago. tu re children it is invaluable, curing croup, whooping cough Brice 25 cunts. I \, in a low hours. Hut Not I'oi'Ko»f«n. uiy. being yet in his teens. Hucc in business, a long, happy •o tlie wishes that go with him. • arruiigeiucuts will save id tu -h time, and in lifo His many car fares and many respects be more cougonlal. To tlioft wish «'are and satisfaction, will be » Isltod by ordering their wagons fro. Geo. White, 128 French street. kir<'s of hauling. Telephone, 4S2. vo, and lm 1 to Ins All Simply apply "f No intern» tetter, evxuni*. Itch, nil fiuat, IiiuuIh, iio-ho, mi-, white amt hoaltliy. Its y reut hculing nml curative powers NK'B OINTMKNT. llctno required, t •untl E . , p 8 ' • runtedy. Ask your •»•*ed by druggist lorfSwAYNu' To those who intend to move, nn«l will liesatis thoir wagons fr •euch Ht. All kinds of . 432. wish euro aud satisfiuu lied by ordering Geo. AVhlto. 123 F hauling. Toleph AT Edward Carroll, who was injured by fnllliig from au engine near Baltimore Monday, died early yesterday morning. Drugs: lowest prict i; 5th and Poplar. ONLY For tho weather, tho goods are here and we are at j our service to show thorn when you feel inclined to look. First calls are for Spring Overcoats and Boys' Suits, and we are selling them despite tho un favorable days, but it is coming, and if you need new clothing why wait, as you gain nothing,and in buying now get tho advantage of wearing and having first choice from tho new things. Onr new Black Diagonal Cutaway and Prince Albert suits are all in ami can be worn now, as t a y of them are of medium weight and suitable for any season of tho year. The prices you will find low, tho goods right and we mean that you will get your money's worth in every garnit nt bought at our establishment. As our trade grows wo are con firmed in our belief that WAITING S. î» .3, I 1 its tiio people want lionost Roods above everything else, but as low as they can tie lmd. riR'lit ? Are wc -u «Tas T. Mullin & Son, Otli ^ Market, Wilmington. Tailor», Clotiiiers, V oil H \ 1.1'—A 1" Fifth 1er i iiiiprovfoientft. l 'C!c. Will be itmang March. Al ; n«.'w, ranging lu price from fl.üüu Home with nil iii.xj Terms to suit pun-haseiH. . Hirablo building lots, »'all aid .Hin Apl'iJ to R. it. Urllrtlli. 404 r « -.Mim-ction« v ÂÏ I m pro vom«» ' '"''ll,;','. Hhi^lcy nu I WM. C. GUTHRIE, , CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER y 1808 Heal.I SI., over 1 III» St. Estimates cheerfully i uruished. Uuurauio Work lier I A Br« *»• In the I^JVy Court. | ' a.u'^nra^latoi^mnman^l'puul'n? 1 uamos on the assessment. During tnls process Mr. Diokoy's line hand , of ' whs shown once more. John W. Anderson, First ward, a all young colored man, came forward to sept 1 get assessed, with I. McPherson John- ! son for a voucher. Mr. Eliason asked ! and Johnson how lie know Anderson was bors ; ai years of ago. j Johnson lotnllated by asking Mr. : Eliason how he knew how old he was except as his mother told him. Mr. 1 Dickey who was in tho room hurried out und in a moment or two, Mr. Grubb and and Mr. Klllgoro cams.lnt> tue room, oral Mr Eliason then called an "uye and that nay vote ' on placing Anderson's name j on the list. and Mr. ('lurk- Annnnled to Mr. Eliason.! Mr. Clark »pponleil to Mr. Elliison, I reminding him Hitt while Uhairmin \\ Buckingham was away on aocount of ; his mother's death tho "ayes" and ' | «'uavs''wore not to be called upon any est political que« . 1 ,_. _ _o not to be called upon uny est ; political question. Mr. Eliason then at withdrew tho call, and Anderson's name was laid over until to-morrow, now I when Chairman HucUiugham will l«e priaient. Diokey was heard to say,"We might uo w<»ll m.iko the teat now." Too following names were placod to upon tho ussessmont: First ward—Whito, Wiliam C. re4 ; colored, George Epps, Frederick A. brown. ll. Sur* and Andcreon's until to morrow, now •«! -Colored,l-'.dward F tune Stephen Clark, Androw Johnson. i'lilrd ward—Whito, George H. Sim mons. Fourth ward white,Frank Mühlhau sen, Harry E. Murdock, John Wurtz burgor. Fbth ward—White, Plumme Leach, William Evans J Way plee, l'usey Jleahl. Thou. Brown. Sixtii ward While. Chau W. Pyle. •«I White, Hum Brown, i Eighth war«l—White, Kan»uol A. Me Dinuihl, Willard T. Daniels; colored, Shu« I rack Duckol, William Horden, , Hamilton H. Irons, Wiu. H. Ewing, | JollYey J. Hi'own. laud Ninth ward -Whito Juntos M. Davis; ! u o«doted, l'crry E. Waters. | Eleven Lit ward—Culurcd, William II. an Hamilton. Twelfth word-White, William A. of V'andogrift, Hlchuiil H. llavman. West SI. Georges-White, John B. Lewis; colored. John W. Mercer, Thus, Francis. East St Georges -Colored, Edward Segura. Willis C. Dickerson, Htephon S. Hustle, Spencer Hog-ins. While, Hurry B. Mosos od rniim iv m»AVTnn m "1 \YU OJjU vllUJN ilib. Second .'•'outh Christi; Neal. Most Christiana White, Calmer; colored, Benjamin F. B uiy. A.'l fSKXIKNTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. c liK'&uay nml Thursdny, March 10 IV. the only FRANK M. VVII.I.H. in Ins original character of the Professor -IN— UVKKlIHNfJ Nkw. Sa urdny, "JIM, TUB WESTERNER. E leventh street iunk. UKOKUKL. tSIiUHTER, Manager, «.»pen Tu o»'lay, Thm-d-lay, Haiui-Uiy Evening and Sal unlay Attciin.on SKATING. Hyatt's Military Rand on Saturday Evening. Admission, 10 oeuls; ' sknles 10 LOOK AT THIS. will tlud u liant and Clean Lunch Palace, AT NO. 3 E. FOlKTkl STREET, -FOR OKNTS T I On •'r»>nr!i Drip t se u SporlHlt v. C.R.HOLT, No.3 East Fourth st. mi5- eo«i-ly* to is in of our -BY Alfred Gruxfeld Pianist tlie ^P.mpero of Oor Heinrich Grünfeld, (lie Kmpci Court Vioiiiioeilolst of Germany. S. Ka?cliosk3, Accompanist, C. H. Ditîman, Director. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, MARCH 21. no.\ Onico open TUumduy. March 17. P u in,te A EE— Will ho sold Iho stubies of the suBscrlbor. . Del., sale, nS French street, Wilmiiu t WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. 18:« î» g« o.l liorscs, o. 1. It i e «voir* old. I5.V tiauds high, known totioi bftier tliaii3aiimit«-s. No. liiuck puror, 9 years uid. i* ; v h; liigli. known io pace in H inlnut' ». .3, A pilirol' Muck linrses, C yet hands digit, j>t»rFeclly t high. No. i bands lilgli I y Cooling; ! con •1-iHiuitei- wngo « dnublo und singt« whips, blanke s, ait teins of use No rni u 0 ?' 1 ; !4>s not iimi'u, U years 1. 15>S Germantown, all built e, I pit»no box wagons. po -.inds; hnr iuss, robofl. efghl . T. \ «•i «"lit of ÎK m hankublo approved ondorrer. S. II. BITTNER. r- w. stilt:.a & \u EDWIN G. SUTTON ritACTICAI. IJ.ECTHIC IAN. Contractor for Elm-trie Light Wir , Lloctri '•*5* I .igitt i t .g ßur g Iar Alarms, Door Bolls, 'ialois, etc. I splicing of Submarine a distal Tobtiug Fables, unloru fr dod to promptly. wc Shipley Street, it mti.pt ou Uciiiuuic. Richard Roberts, Ul'HOESTEi; ANDCAKPET F.AVF.R. 714 TATNALL STREET Good Work § Low Bricks. 7- t* Fifth ANTED Matt«-) VV kitten; h A d'irtüis "K. ' ibis office. I 1er ml7-8t \ \ FAN TED. IP Ip fiirnlRh'-d for hotels, VV rentiiniHniH and ptl\ate fami!l«\s i«t • Apply .office. No. W ilialngi Intclllguilo^ invlT 1,'Olt RENT. FnrntshM front room,with L iicat and bath. »No. go» Ki -Hf y \\TANTBD A ix \V Btrwot. >tc at »No. »5 Ef i'-3t b -Olt SALK be sold cheap, bull at ltÔ2 J, lie wir . Will I* It a Method Ut Re olutloaf S.cÔSSSÏÏÏ'ÂSm "^riS.«? Ja«. utlve session in the main auditorium of Grace Church, the outer doors being all locked to the exoluslon of all members of other conferences (ex- ; sept such as had born engaged aa y counsel) all lay delegatee,all reporters ' and ever body oxonpt clerical mem- 1er, bors of this conference. i There was a great congregation of! good and influential people, many of Dnvis them prominent lu business. In - oloty and In church, standing in little , groups In tho well lllled leotuis room n. and around Graco Church. The gen oral feeling was that it was too bad , that there was trouble In tho church. Ip, Thero was »feeling of real soreness and Brier, a touch of sympathetic | eudnesa that was Irresistible. i I eudnesj that tva, lrrrnistlb]«. i H.'a. \\ An lubdligcnt preacher of the Phi la- j deli«hia Conference, who *" oxolud« «l ones, talked with the graut- e. est freedom. Ho evinced or disclosed, 1 ' . I tf U I one o' tiro est froeilom. at no time, any personal Interest or I feeling in rogard to the secret trials now going on. ! Hut ho felt that it interested the wholeohurcli and ihat ho, ami tho M. groat number of biothorn who wanted i uûrr. to bo present, would have nmde their I impersonal conservatism, tlioir syni pathy ami tlioir pray ere helpful to Wad« their brethren now In trouble and conwrvjtlvoly bislruj.-tlvo to tho j. whole church by religiously benodi- I «hi- hy what they miirht lom-n. Tiie Wilmington Conference wi l p r havo tho honor ol exorcising a vast in IIiience on tho whole M. E. Church and I pioiuoting the inliiicnucs already sown in favor of doing sway tho "1 To siding Eldership'* altogether ami of limiting the Bishops, of n immediately fo«>ling in now gulng Hut ho felt that it interested the i giogutlons of cliurch He thinks the M. E. Church will bo come loss antocratio and far more , dem« oratio in government, that tin | presiding eluersiup wi l be abrogat' d, laud that tho Bishop will be limited to ! u bix or eight year»' term of service | each charge. 1 hat is, ho would have an itineracy or Bishops so as to hold thorn responsible to tlie membership of the church. Ho thinks there are fifteen Bishops and thirteen humlrod Itinerant preach ors in tho M. E Church of llie United States, and that a Methodist Bishop has more power than a Roman C«th- A olio Bishop, as ho holds the appoint ment of about one thousand pastors. The Presiding Elders, however,"vlr tually carry the appointments of pas- of tors In their pockets,'' as eich one or them represents say eighty pastors, ago more or loss, and recommends to tho Bishop who is personally lost acquaint- ant od will» tho pastor s work and honco dependent on the Presiding Elders, on t account of their superior knowledge Homo of the Presiding Elders ho thinks are quite human, and at times not altogether devoid of hearsay, per sonul prejudice or personal ambition, Tliut the giojit fault of the present system is that tho Presiding Eider is not responsible to any person or per sons wlmtevor. It Is fatal to Iho poor preacher whoso consoh>nce places iiltu in the way of u Presiding Eider's bit ion or will. Ho can be comparatively burled mid half starved by being appointed barren charge. At least tlie Pre siding Elder can punish almost any minister uruh r his charge unless it be the pastor of a very wealthy and influ ential church. Such a church can have any pastor 11 wants. [ ards. I). C. AA'. By of power of the iking the Bishops more '«»sponsible to tho ubershif» to J. A. B. WILSON, D. Tho I rial of tho Presiding Eier of Ihe Dover district annual session session of the M. E. Conference tills morning. Rev. T. E. Terry ami Mr. Bateman uro among the opponents of Dr. AA'ilsou. tine witness was completely exam ined this forenoon. At 12 •on«l with Iho secret, journeil until 2 p. amination of witnesses uguiiibt Dr Wilson. During the progress of the trial Dr. Dobbins en t«*red tiie sc«' conference and . a:d lio had just come down stairs and tlie tiie attic, lie did stukon up at Iho 24tli On 'dock the examination of a iss Mas in progress when xocutive session ., for furtiier session of reporters wore up not specify whoth • tU«»v were Wilmington reporters ol. Tiiere (tie an unusually largo number of reporters attending sorence, certain large «mies being rep resented. Popular drug store, 5th and Poplar. l.ccturo at liochlnnd. J. R. Kilmer, of this city, will glvo illustrated led ute of tiie late Re bellion at Ml. Lebanon M. E. Church at Rockland, next Saturday evening, tho 19th inst. Admission, adults, 20 cents. Children, 15 cents, for the benefit of the church. of Proceeds An Old-Fi-Iccd Rnrbei. Kînnsbury Murray, Jr., No. 104 East Front Street, will shave for ten conta, cut hair for 15, i hampou tor 15 and 25, and will t«-ll tlie b larmiers, and inercimnlcs, later, why he wiil continue to do cigars oo. barbers, the Htraignt For Neatness and Quality Ws Think Our stock Second to No,in, So many rich, neat and beau tiful designs in fine woolens this season] for men's wear for Spring Clothing, and we think we have all our share of them. You will agree with us if you come in and look at them. If you are thinking of having a Suit made to order, you will be more than repaid for the time and money you spend in select ' and buying a suit from us. The prices are low, fit perfect, work quick and reliable. Try us for your Spring Suit. ou . W. G1BNEY MERCHANT TAILOR, i«t 315 MARKET STREET. Boarding, Livery & Sale Stables. James A. Brown ;d Augustus Bulloi.k ding.llvory and rain hi able At No. 2 I 3 W. Tonth 9treet. ft will a. two entrant's«. ».If I » as Tonth, a .d O '« on Hu»nltloii streut. JN^tnhuue roaiK.-clioo. The scrvloo will bn of tu« very best In the city. Mv. Brow»» ;■ wcllxnowu to horee ineiilgencraliy, ran-Ot Will FIFTH EDITION ; Education— George W. Townsend, y y. Colline, W. T. Valiant, I. G. Fos ' nooht. John W. Taylor, Dr. A. E. Sufi 1er, William H. Dashtel and Job H. i Jackson. JJlblo »Society—J F. Artcrs Edward Dnvis E. H Hyiison aud W M War 1 * , Sunday Schools -S. N. Pilchard, I. n. Wood. C P S wav ne and H M. Morgan. , Temperance -W. J. Duhadway W. Ip, Guthrie T A H O'Hrien C T Wyntfc. ' | i 9 Conference Committees. I i H.'a. * e'V j Jewell. . „ e. Shennurd. 1 Corkran. I tf U <V«JII. I W. li. M. Society— R. II. Adams, O. T. li. llayncs, D. H. I Sunday Schools and Tracs T. 0. Hmaot, H. S. Dulaney L. W. Hay Hold ! AlbertVh.'.iul 1er. Freeman's Aid- W. R Tompklnson. M. D. Nutter Frank 'Fletcher Warred i uûrr. ' ' I L„p ft | Preachers' Address -E. B. Wlilto W H Greirir F 11 Short i) W Wad« I''ll ' ' Missionary Statistics W. M. Green, j. w . Foiflu. E. 11. Uon-lokaou, O. It I William« 1'oat OfflcBs-O. 1>. Smith, B. P. p r j ce q \y jj ol ' I New Cabti.k, Del., March 17, 1833. A luirso belonging to John Bacon, wldio going from his store to tht stable yesterday morning became frightened and ran away. Tho wheels of tho wagon struok the corner of Samuel H. Black's liouso, but no dum ago waa done. Miss dura Blackburn gave a pleas ant party last evening in honor of her guest, Miss Carrie Walker. Am t hose ho were present wore: Mis« Jennie Saunders, Edith Hushobock, Sallio Wise, RobeccaHuundore, Miriam Davidson, Annie Challenger, Katie McGuire. Lizzie Hofmann, Miss Klllito and Prunk H. Gulick, Win, Saunders, Harry Hushobock. James Challenger, is Murv be Is, J. D. Uecso. Kubbatli Observance —AVilmor Jag [ gaial, 'Ï. E. Terry, 11. W. Todd, James Conner. Missions—Tho presiding ciders Necessitous Cases Bourd of Stew ards. Te rod I cals—J. L. Lindale. H. AT. 'Ewing, W. E. Avcrv, Aabury Burke. Church Ex ton si I). C. lit M<*l'ailane. Epworth Longue—AV.R. AA'ood, B. T. Coursoy, E. H. Nelson, F. J. Corkran. < oiifcranee 1 i.'lowi.ruont Fund—F. C. McSorley, AV. AV. W. Wilson. C. W. , L. E. Barrett, J. S. AVillls, AA'. H. Thompson, D. AV. Mlles, J 03 . By le. Post muster -AV. G. Koons. ri: -G. T. Alderst , Joseph Robinson, AV Fralty N*w Canti« I tenu. irav, ElmurHawk, llarry King i. Hofmann. Dr. Raymond U. Tv bout Is eontlnod to his home by sickness. Airs. Leslie George rcturnod to he* home In Wilmington yesterday. Mrs. Turner, Mrs. John Naylor.Mrs. J. K. Munlove, Mrs. A. E. Davidson, Miss'-s Emma Davidson, Cordells Dcakyno and Annio Stoops wont to AYUmington tills morning to attend ference. 'ihe horse belonging to John Ham •.»»xnie. stnun, fell down depot fills shaft of tiie wagon. ■ and AV ?ar ths miiiig and broke tht E. E. the Dr M. K. C'hiii-gpiv. Law p dnts wsre stated by Bishop Andrews at yesterday afternoon's sos sic ll. The charges against Rev. E. L. I'ul> bar.I were irregular for want of s eci il-'iitions. <>f the two kinds of cl arges, criminal twiil imprudent acta, th latter must be stated twice personally to un olï-'»i ling brother according toYhurim discipline and bo duly admonished ami given time to reform before such charges lire presente«! to Conference. Tii»» party blaudere«l niubt also bo a party to tho charges and lie present a« the hearing s After considerable discussion it woe voted that all charges bo roc«mat rictod so as to conform to the legal re< pi Ire monts and bo prerentod this morning. At 8.45 o'clock conference adjourned until 8.3U a. tu., this murning a of defend. up Thief Captureil. Uftsmo Day was arrested by Officer» Scott and AVnlte on AVcdnesilay.charfi 8«1 with tho larceny of a horse, wngo liarness and blankot, tho property « Eugoiio Manlove, residing at Cecil ounty, Md., on Saturday night last. Mr. Munlovo came to our city cp AVwtJ descrip tion of the thief to Captain Francis, who detailed the two officers on th» who captured the thief. Tho pioperty is H< Re 20 nosday morning i at tho Western Hotel, Fourth and Orange street* Day agreed to g > to Maryland without gelling requisition papers from Dow ei nor Royuolds. Tho team was valued at f 175. 25, the 1-3:. ter prising It snort era. The reporte papers Into the loft ul Grace M. E. Church lids of several of the aged to gel • cl ruing, in ordor that they might a report of the charge» pre ferred against Rev. J. A. B. Wilson, but « no of them was indiscreet enough to show himself ut one of tlie win dows, when Dr. Dobbins was in formed of their conduct., and took > to hive them ejected from thoir questionable quarters. The ease was heard tins afternoon. ('•»liar lloiiu Broken. t hortly before 11 o'clock last night Charica LUiaoffer, a iiiotorniuu of the Wilmington Oily Railway' Company«, aught between electric cars No» I had l»is collar bono br •«•iilont occurre l at Eighth nud Shipley streets, and tho unlortq* taken to his home, reduced by a for If a be us. Try i 8*J. 54 n.atc man wlisro tho fracture w; physician. I'l-lvut« Meut ing. sating of tho Alumnao of th» tlint pl.n;« pubti^ rlted friend». A hack party left this city last even ing bound for tho residence of Mr. Walker, a prouiiiiant farmer llvluff about 1 nillo south of Now Castle. A •oning ami various g; supper ■lied this oity Th. High School to bo ho! Friday owning, is uot sting, but is for ths th.) Alumnao ami thoir ii rail \ ory pious: dancing clog; They this morning. spent in •s, and tii» t bn forgotton. t. 11 i o'oioollv Sale of II «u ses. L. W. Stidham & .Sons, auctionsera, 8«>M nt public snio for A. Ii. Tysom Uliestor, I'a., horses, ilbö, 9154, *iim »17t». $lth), * ! $207.50. WÜ5. $24& i '75, *300. $100, $180. Ho will huv* nuother sato in three weeks. The Young I'eople's Alliance. A meeting of the Youn Alliance of lira »Second Bn was held lost evening in the new chap el, Ninth aud Franklin eral eininiMit speakers were prosent, and I'eople'# tfst Churoh able streets. HoV* I » as on the eutoitainlng program was pre tea. Attoml the concert In tit. Paul's if. L. Church to-night.