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isssxiA iMYBOTAZi PILLS jgf«™S.s- s&sr css.« 5.r.oii»(uUM. »-* WANTED. ANTS AN|I> WANTED. -If you 1e and female help, call Men, women, alirli and boys uation&cnll. If you have anything call. If you want, to buy All buBlncea confidential ton Central Etayloyir Office. No. 4i|>8 r_.. sell ic-ie. call, the Winning it ami Exchange French str repaired clieap. O. Ö.MINNICK A at lukuaework, and bulf-gro\ girls for tlio city. Girls for Nowurk llraudywino Huudred, Hieing Kim tho HighlaiK'.f). Apply ut tim Delaw lnlelligouoe OUlco, Ninth and Mndi aiu lit* cooks ANTED—CO girls W and f ' - AV ANTED.4"'oinan between the ages d bb, to take a t of 21 course In Hoiifeoputbic Hospital, train ee«, Address Horneo of In jhool f< u Hospltsl], Wilmington, I »claw» nth 5-d-w-tf W ANTED—^A position book-ketl reference. YV 111 i make bin useful. F Address, . Good •If goucrully rlnel >al object, office oxperleu "Cloik," Republican Ofnce. ai9-3t* nniar ircet. « '„ ,ne a20-3t ANTBD-4A reliable, aobor, W m, who und ei^tan roper care of lb ornes, onrriage uds. Reference required. Ap l ply to Hr. R. JL McKay, at t corner of Brodmo and Chest StB. «20-3* oral h ANTED-!-A girl for w«.rk. at No. 823 Small family. Good wages. Must recommended W ---—the hoardars; reel. Good, a20-8t* —! gond locntlon, — Market ..iMl.jjyO ANTED-Two No. «27 JotTerson dations. W three n w -Hoard In n prlv ■ ng • w«-t of Address B. J.. W ANTED-A as olork In a grocery A. C.^his offiop. w A sr' situation by a yc S.K 1..-1X* I e. A drosmtiakii le ft.'ij,!' 1» Sixth street. ANTED—IA trade at fc Foil W K- „ Apply to J effet sou sir«: .,£*• T. Turner, pr ladio« to let ANTED-T tailoring, sew. Address Tailoring', W n yo Noue b ...... Offil w ANTED-A • l •e. Mitchell A Hash, I a20-'2t I CIO Market atri .JE W ANTED- |A good Good «jutes. I inrrlage pub . Komuxly, AV ANTED—I A I child's 'W/® ANTED.-I-Help furnished for hotels, 1 W resta 11 rkntsand private rainilies nt short notice. Apply ut the Wllmingt Witclllgence o lice, No. 8Ù5 Shipley 'A ' M j W ANTED-! Hoarders, norm transient. Nicely rurnii nui/hborlioodJ Mm j n . 8 8 eW (jfark, 1 401) u* . 13 . 0t TiE. 8 U 1 sire ILLTItAIDE—Huil lb ut Ki th W otsoppoa <1 Scull îw bd o for a house. Ai cflicc, W ANTED- Ho and F|rcncl « lory f ront anted! Ä! . 1. Vc pplj N. 57[1409 VJ 1 |6 1 modal ions. W be eonditlon. iuK w ildri' "Oue Iloi Cart," this off! HlH-3t ANTED-A tidy luiir-gr girl to ks.-lst w 711 Jefferson street. -m-ANTHD^Ol.l w am hoi Ho 1 -3* '■j;! \i a Mi,'(.'»mil",-a ---I „„j. Äff .u n'l Nn. bk Kd.tr, w ANTE!». I-A hair-vruwit girl 1 ily of wo. Ad lresd E. tbi fu s olll Ulntf W »NTED- Gentlr -dinner board 225 Mo lire* W ANTI i» A woman work.Mlist be ublc wash Referent' Apply Edward CollMou, Dill W UEprivai fa ni i lystVS Tstna 11 cii boarders NTED k hoi try. ffa ■ es $3 per week, d, No. lDOS.'i] Market ANTF.D-j-Hoarders Good aec W hit© He In the cot Henry C. < '< W W A S Lh-Expcri« iced V lothl H A ppl.v nt this office •Ick ..ral »mall be low. win puv a B oarding i>' or meal, nt' ek, with onth. iveek. das East • t. M ttW-lt* B OARDING—Room Rultahle for on«' fo4 French street, wit two pci b l J-l2t* FOR 8Al li. F OH BALL. Btreet bet building I ai.d ft lift p I, ti.Uoili Georgo F. Yen ply tr F OR SAi.R—A heavy draft he yearsoldL sound and all right, line loader. Apply to J. O. Mel'« Grcoiibauk M ingle .1, I tOia If non PALE Four fr |nontha orodjit. George C. lit.— >i* •-cod F OK St Brother, ,KJ—SIX îr'üuiir'ïïi TT'Un BALE-I-For JJ houses ««nd 7 price asked ■îci» .r cit> ; >1» E, flfreiHii OR SA LE A collce denrhorns. wug rices. Win. 1! street!. .•Il made jui ¥ OR 8 A LE AT A BARGAIN.-1 i hoilH©, No. 315 E hurles 8. Robb, N i Ih Apply * ■ft OR 8AI It ENT -I! lohn PhUiusoh, No ^ Seventh i-'tif I jftOR S A LE— A cigar pomp 1 Ö. ii. Durxiein. No. ft street. Also f show !" s ui WjAoit SALE--A good «0 F Call and examine id Ii 81 J dor. Apply BAJ I : via fountain good t. a'40-3t tSiCHAHD HOltldiTF, r JLY oarpot l iver, No. 7U Wood work ai d low prices. ■ar 1 d ali-:iiit* 'URNISHI D use of purl or, 7 ns Tor iodgli Market with ,N D R ETH'S GARDEN SEEDS Are the Best. Get Them of CHAS, M. GRUBB I 1014 market st. u2l-indml-lw FOR RENT. U 'Oll hunt-« «tabl«. i room .uit»bi.| -U /or a carpenter «bop, basement oult-®* able for paint shop on Morrow between P 8th and Btli streets, and Madison and Mon- for roe. J. F. Button, luott W. bth street. _location F on KENT OH hale—H ouse 1817 Shall » oross avenue, 6 rooms and bath, open SMÄÄg cold water, heat. etc.. No dill rii is. Apply ■treet, or Heald'ion, n5 '" ,,u Harfidonjpany Hot Iren. Possession Ayr I'hos. Green. 10« W. 8th A Co.. 7th id Market. F Olt KENT-A modern hi street. C. 11. Tiudall, I ■ iho aid I w»'lilî?ir T. Tatnull, J aiB-i 2 t P' ovcmonfH, 7 E. 7th street. a 15- Of F ÜU KENT- The large lug of No. 211, also the d 213 W. Front street. Apply to <1 (Iwcll p'h?l1 No P G. r*)-tf Plunkett, 20« W. F Ï pOK RENT.-At alow 1 stiiiih shop, and ho Mt. Cuba, of Wilmington. Apply . The blaek and gardon at the railroad «lx miles JAMES LEACH 81! il-w* near the p r om Is TjiOlt RENT—Stable, two stalls D gou room, near 6th and btrecta . Inquire E. B. Hanf, 15 E Lombard si«-tr F OR RENT.— aud bath; 8H01 Market 712 Murkot F OR KENT— Luilve ro at root, In central loco light Co.. 712 Marker Tpoft RENT.—The corner ,ne X 1 Third and Jefferson lownor will board with family. Apply ui9-5t 104 Ashton ulao rcct. Apply .ih ho«.. Hawkin' '« A 1 Junttor fiirnisliod. 111 î hoardars; la r —! if p«i" Ily.iW.con — ..iMl.jjyO 30H KENT.— Soven -roo . A11 ct pply to It. Market. 1 1 • ■ r 2nd a It KENT- Rooms No. 511 King com! floor _ a20-8f I For Sale Grocery store stock, also lease of store for salo at a low figure. Corner property, —'good location GEO. R. TOWNSEND & CO. 804 MARKET BTREET. I I .JE ■HIE RENT— Olft Oil pi . 618.00. Kina ct. $' 26 . • .left«! •t. S.'O.OO. (05 Market street. $10.00. ?et. $16.00, t. $10.00. street, $io.op. i th A Connell streets, $26.00.-Dr. strent, $75.00. A Van Huron streets, $15.00. wood yard loot of Orange .^5 1 w nt P* F „ * I lana rth N. E. O ' ,8aw mill an M street. $a-...~ j Stable head Pinkot's Court, $20.00. Apply to TiE. D. R. SUTTON 838 Market Street. Ä! »30 'at FOR RENT. 57[1409 W. 8th street, VJ 307 W. 5th street._ |6 new 0 roomed houses r $25 per mouth. E 18th street. Davis j between B< and Dure, r ftf. 212 Rodney root $14. lltll. E. 7th stre d 1219 Co d dwellii $13 1 st. (new) 6 r A b $13. 13th and JOHN MULVENA, S Market Street. .'Onlnits. Office oper Talepone 030. '■j;! Another Reduction in Flour ! a I am uow offering for sale new brand of Elour, the "Matchless." „„j. This is a fancy patent, made from tho very best selected wheat, which Quoted for its health-giving .u properties. n'l Try a sample bag, for 18c. 1 1-6 barrel, (l'2i lbs.) 80c Kd.tr, barrels,packed, each 82.00 -[Barrels, for These are prices and arc very low. ■ §5.55. strictly cash H •Ick a JAMES C. MORROW, 2th and French St9. luliiKtoa, Dataware. n das iiiigton, Dei. • ta ml teïïd Mrntj. Ap-.l.uiipra, «willen Hlemn purapa, ahert ■(T. Kepnlrlnï break li m-eoj* —[century , « EDWARD MELCHIOR oi i i - 1 en' i > i • i vn 214 IvIjNG b Hi LET. M M. T. REYBOLD, 206 E. Fourth St., Wl angers a nd illeys; "iking uhl i I*' .1, '(low mlllwrlghtlng and 'W'tly Arc ddy Electric Mt trie Bella, e uoes. Elec i^igh-jfaction BICYCLES ; h V A r. - Ih WAllWK K, LlBEKTY, UltM( »E, G CllILEIUÎN'a ÜAVETILS ui Miss Digger's School, Ninth and King Streets. ' Spring term begins March 14th. Call at the school or ad dress. d with RACHEL S. BiCCER, PRINCIPAL, No. 624 W. Fourth Street. I I \Xtl7UH—A boy nearly 18, i * best reference. desire* to buBineng. Addreea, S., Kepublli .n ' lt * I hr learn di P.IM. Offered. offered *v thîlESrt aflm' »«ÄfSrÄLi™ P r °Y»ment Company of Wilmington for the boat oaaaya on the »(Ivan tagen and facilities of Wilmington for the of new Industries. Those es- * » a V® will be used for advertising pur- of poses, and are expected to be or great toTO"^6â.îlS.»£Snüüo pete and all articles must bo sent to ^ loiAuson A. Malier, secretary, Wilmlng by noon on Tuesday, April 2d, after which the prize winners will be selected by the trustees of the com-j and the premiums paid If the os-: be used. j •ipio—roguiating tb0 , stomach and bowels throu *h tho nerves, a new discovery. Dr. Miles's ®«mi ill J2 l îXlîSî.ï«5 'W equaled V for ?not^ womoii, ^children. Kmaileat, mildest, surest! 50 doues, «6 ueuts. tiainpicairee at Z. Jauios Uclt's. G I ... ... ÄS and Walnut streets, havo just 1 Ini shod two handsome wagons for William H.j i'^liurp A Co. the oxtouslvo dry goods J merchants at. Fourth and Market jtttrcets. Theso wagons aro models of nndgoU^witntfJe rmnm'ot'thn tho side. McCabe .fc Darrugli oii.io y an enviable reputation for lino work, not only In this city', but other places, which ensures a constant sup ply of orders tlio year around. They ploy a large number of first cla me0 of the!uatltutloncitv' or tne lustitutions or tma ut>. says c Mil l*s Nerve ar Liver Fill«. Act Two Fh Wagons. 111 ! She ward & Chandler's Hour,rood nnd I coal depot is tlio headtjuarters for' lÆncîretli & Sons rolinblo garden and Held seeds, seed outs, seed potatoes, olover oood, timothy soed. Call and w , bonrif^ nnd potato phosphides. * HhowJd 4 (chandler, nortliwest corner 4tli und (King, South side. Phono 408 and 110. — Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic balsam elands tlio boat nnd is tho best of Throat and Lung medicines made; has more recommendations than any other nnd will positively cure. Elegant for tlio grip, co ular druggists. i o, — Mai et bt. tl»»» m Photocrapiis One 10 k 20 Crayon Portrait will, one dozen oabineta (<»■ * 1 . 00 . Ono dozen I'etltee tor 50 cents (it Holland'« Oui Jery, 807 Market ßteot, Wilmington, JJeiuwaxo. ; erybod v.that 'ills -h und kidney The gonuine soli i Who says so? Why, Simms' Vegetable Lu 'the best liver, bio Ipills ever made, .^5 cents a box only; also si one for $ 1 . Office 422 Market atme 111 bo: My regular druggists, pnvato door. Taylor & Fullerton' Remedy Rheumatic in ail its Prepared by Taylor A. Fuller ton. 302 King nt root. rhe ati for ladles' Plain lasting lace shoes only 60 cents 'at Babcock's, 2 '>6 Market btreet, tail aide above hoc d. Keliuble Seed. j Sheward A Chandler have a fine [stock of fresh lawn grass seed, and the best lawn mower at reduced price. Call on them at, the northwest, corner of Fourth and King, l'hono 408. R' m 'J SiMf 141 • I offiV'' renuo f.vtr cnue - NOTICE. OT1CETO FARMERS— ved Wiley'' plo N J,' NT wun "'!?! u.'. V.'/tu.l iBœSilïÂwîî ». ig «11 The "I n bj ul »r »Hot • for $I. ilals. . d: lui* testi 1er ■ Mucliiuo i P > I ►TH H—'1 he 1 pon b P : ••iid the 1 til lep; A. K.Frantz TOTICi:. r: mu Ah ■ . Nt 1 TRIG HE LI id Hr. pul in l.y a: '• pair... all kinds. All im j-J ( MOVAI .Tolll ■ Mai ». Will W. McELWEE, UftS opened ft full line of carpets. Ingrains as low gÆi^iiS&SS WiltOll, Velvets, Dailiask aild Lf-ll and stairs, in all Widths. Also a full ÜUC of Hag Carpets, from 25c up. .•In Furniture he is showing Oaks from $15 np. Also Ui —[century uiul old English iWalnut, Maple and Poplar , tit all prices. Also Hatjary. Racks, Dining Tables, Bed steads, from $2 up. Lounges, Chairs, Looking Glasses. In parlor we have Bro catelle, Rug, Blush, Damask and Hair Cloth Also a full lino of Cook « Stoves of tho best makes, "from $12 up. Oil Cloths in R U widths and qualities. Children s Coaches aud vari bus other articles. COYOITlUiS. McELWEE, ' * 501 Shipley Street WM. C. GUTHRIE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 120K Ileald J»t.. over 1 III. >l. Hi id^e uliy fur Esta es chu Uuuruue Work ANTED—H<>: w ENlIRli ET IC] , 1 ho Iso j ermgRtl j t u ,A Co., 1430 S, J b oca! aa ». R.G.t . Penu tiquare, Phil., P To Test > Virginia taw. ®. IOBMOI,D ' V»., April 21—The tarl «change opened here yesterday, and imyrieAiotelv thereafter was cloeedbv the Rnnieuiaw ij mereaiter was ciosea oy tne ponce. George L. Lesralleot, the cash * er . was arrested and bailed in the sum of #500 for his appearance this afternoon, Leacalleet ha« secured counsel and will 'Ä rSC BtodSSS ^ ooreaeciaed that the law does not pre vont tno sending of money on coinmis sion to the jace trucks when the bet is being made there. - Venezuela's _ u New Ministry. Caracas, April 21. — President Pa [lacio's ne^v cabinet Benito Guillermo Andueza, minister of internal alïiiirs; Dr. Manuel Clemente Urbaneza, minister of foreign relations; General Julio F. Barrio, minister of war; Manuel Antonio Matt as, minister of ag riculture; Dr. J«3»o Angel Ruiz, minister G f the treasury; General Domingo A. Carvajol, minister of posts and telegraph: Dr. Manuel Palacios Reugifo, minister 2lr b mrnÄÄÄSL J °" •l* 8 » minu *ter of public woiks. Confirmed by the Nennte. Washington, April 21.—Tho senate confirmed the following nominations: Lionel Frauk Wheaton, Second in funtr 7, to brigtuJic-r general in the arui y* Yice Kautz, relieved; Prank L. Coombs, of Nana, Cal., to be envoy traordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United States to Japan; John R. Tanner, to bo assistant treasurer of the ®'United Statoe at Chicago; James H. Butler ' be "W™* '' merohundite ^ the Strict 0 f Bidthuore. is as follows: Dr. I I Snrron tided by RlaSWivea. Memphis, Ax>ril 21. —John Palmer, once a well known Arkansas politician, who figured in the race war in Critten j en county some years ago and was B^ade to louve, found hinisdf confronted »>y three , wi (( M yMterday and anothor w oniun to whom ne was engaged, «till another wife en route to this city from Mississippi. When lie rostod he was Skates, a negro rirnouy. fith paving court to Mollio belle, with view to mut Closed by Typhoid Fever. Chester. Pa., April 21.—The Pcnn B yi vari j a Military academy has been cloyod for an indefinite period owing to ft'' o« 8 *,™™ of typhoia fever. Cadet Mootob <l"nth OH Monday wes, flowed «> Tueaclay by the demiac of Cadet Rob inson. which occarred at his home in (Philadelphia. Two more students ; ill with the disease aud unable to leave the'infititutiou. mj JL. SPECULATING. u Jolinnt*, go hen mamma will give vill ^ive you half of it." "Yes, if it is .he genuine John nil dofTs Malt Extract imported fro n short, squatty bottles. 1 like that, ani ny mamma said that it has built Go ahead m or t,ie Malt. I Th®. genuine -Johann Hoff's Malt Ex* xceilent To ddldren, mothers wliile eak and debilitated. i !!n 0U ,L t ^^ r, ' I ; tUri : °] on the m fK of everÿ i *r et Mendelson Co., Sole and Importers of Minerai Waters, bBtticltvy Btreet, New York, .'hip me, so I can cry me Malt, and ! Rei-lit 5 up stand il id whip • ; 1 ct ic Nutritiv fol 8111g, uilescence, for tin 3 go 'Johann Hulf sottlo. Eis WEAK 4KB HHDEVELQPEÛ ICondlHonBOfthchuman form »uceopsfully trc»t.>d >hle ( of wh V id health, Thera III oil which dy - - i-U by laws aa e ï »■ e „£*" snylhofn ^ ^ Thera's noirs^ b«><U^ofo»*i lolirra/V)ur*,'iiy »fern Hatjary. «'j;(' Jy'«' ■t'h dgor by ccd beenu JAPANESE PILE kv f) fr fi I " d Cu Piles of whatevor •—Lx I, Inti • till! ,-lj ti to fail. 5 i - - $ I* iniul p f P I» uh id 1. <; cd litre la I_ •6 and Market st rrets, Wii ttull-.'t wl -w ii. 9 t x I. e. '■wzß' - - ' ■■'ï'/h M LiSTS® ^ . FILLED YOU THINK VOUR 'US (RF GOOD Ï Ifv file I thi. nth RI d tl ■ We d I« "DIA MAMTA" if .wliif-h •y 1 h It ! Boll cl.-s 814 erted 4.00| Uiuial price 10.00 îiisff.'iAfJâ CäSÖ.ItJfi S. KjntU St OPTICIANS. -I s n! # 0.00 Steel Artiri I. PHILADELPHIA. itg. itutfOOti Im •CXlffU i All». j|yiaimFfilHfiäVI£liU 2 SSS A hi lt K A \li iresi vift E h mil l VIUUX *n«S the 'i. ily ».»•*! U lit .III.Ü Y .11 ; ¥lnrAÏ-f r f mir Rot Dr. WJlson's Welcome. From the New York Prêta on was given by the trustees itesnth Street M. E. Church, ing of the _ at the Arena, No. 41 West Forty-lirst street, tor, the Re Friday night, to their new paa _ ..,vff.v.Rev.Dr. John A.B. Wilson and his wife. All of the flf tec ...... ... their wives, were present, and Dr. I Wilson received many assurances of cordial welcome to his Dr. Wilson came from the Wilming ton conference, where he has boon uni formly successful, and it has required u strong and determined otYort part ol the church in tbis city to euro his services, recommended to who presided ove once In this city, " Cudner of the real estate fir Jay no & Company, to a Press "We had already mado trustees, with charge. • •n.» I i.v Rkhln fi « i th.l ,,ÏÏl!ï "«*3 rannrioV ranffements î^tan-ÂriïÂn^n.rh™ 11 ii JoMji Ä Ä Ä liruflnt and unanimous reoueLt for nn jiigent and unanimous îequest lot in Ulm - an Y. C. tlio PA8TOU. BTRTjaoLr. r "ITe lias boon a very successful pre siding eldor lu Wilmington confer ence,and on his retiring from the posi tion recently he was assigned to tho church at Easton, Mil., the most de sirable church in the conference. They strongly objected to losing him, and mittoe from that church visited this city to try and per suade bishop Andr turned to Easton. Tho trustees of this church have sont, a telegram to bishop Foss at Now Bedford, who ap pointed Dr. Wilson to this church,say thoroughly satisfied with the appointment and protesting again«!, any change. "The church is euthusiastlo appointment. Wo gave him an in formal reception at tho church last Saturday night, and ho will be given another reception next Friday night by Iho trustees and tho Ladles' Aid So ciety, to which tho whole congrega tion will be invited. Ho will move into tlio parsonage as soon as certain alterations and renovations are com pleted." The friends of Dr. Wilson confident ly predict that tho Eighteenth btreet Church, under his leadership.will take a loremost position among the Metho Ho is a about 45. cuti vo •getle. hard justly attacked. Ho last woek to havo him re ing •or the I dint churches in t ills city, large r.thletio-looking man Hois said to have great «* and to bo untiring worker and fighter when was the youngest pres Id appointed in tho Wilmington Confer ence. ability H1B "Dr. Wilsf which have recently been him to tbo jealously or îcesuful thu the Wilmington Oonferenc Intimate friend of tho i his predecessors in (lie ofilco of pre siding elder especially whs rather un bis ndnitnistmtiou. Ho is a church, but ho lu Dr. Wii •rlbod the attack do upon I iulste who himself were less It . I of succussful pastor of forgiv pheno he had formally "In the fourte 1883 there w fere ages and 1883 there lias i>eon churches, 72 Sunday parsonages. Tho change ilue to the 01 -gotic ing eiders. There in the conference. Dr. Wilson over the Salisbury district from for the latter's ho field that pied. from 1ST,«) to lie jo of only 12 churrhos, 22 parson Suiiday sei 100 is. .sines increase of 06 :hoois and 52 largely ppoi nt mont of young, like Dr. Wilst presid tour diatric In j 1883 to 1887. "During the four years there increase in tho whole conference of 25 chu relics, 27 pi schools and lent contributions of 65 per cent., and in ministerial support of It per cent. Dr. Wilson's district sustained tho k. In it there increase in ehurche gos, 40 Sunday iucrcubO in tlio bcuovo °] Prosldi.iir elCcr. In i to Jtovor district, ,.,. s ! lion's share of tills then igcs 12, Sunday school tribut iona 182 per cent., ministerial support 38 per cent. Tho full meml>ership and t lie probationers il ni roepectively 10 against 5 anti 27 per cent. Ithough in e pruned oî 1,000 per cent., in the whole conference, a* cd J it has i 0 dur- j •ear the libts names. of 1887 Bishop continuing him transfer "Attho feres V, reu Insisted •kttbi :en in the other. The ing 1 lie fol follows: ing five youi Whole Conferonco — Churches. parsonuges. 24; Sunday school ntlibutlona, 18 per % 17 pe e,ïilï Inlsterial supj nt. Do Sunday 'hurchos, : 11; ben« •hools, 27; pars gOB, ^ t> por cent. : full illt. ; probutio lent contributif t criai support. bershtp, 15 per rs, 31 per cent.; although 1,5 the list. It is 'il fr that jealously wild charges triumphantly out of tho however, und is strange fX' ited and many IIo has deal, stronger than <1 Papers Webb Siegrist left four old papers at Monday for ination. '1 ho oldest is a cony of tlio New York Herald, published Wednesday, July 27, 1803. It lias al ways been supposed that James Ci don licnnott was tin Herald, but this issue shows that it d published by Michael d although it was but a small sheet, was #4 por y Tho next is tho Washington Federal, 1st, published at Georgetown, 1>. ( three times a woek, by Jonathan S Findley. This is even smaller than the Herald, but the subacriptif of the udvertibO the Repu can ofllc •Iginator of the printed Dm nimm. dits In ttries paper is A likely - fol « re. She lies sol' child be sold (collent -out 2 inch about 5 y with her. The ho Uri« servant t»oth healthy. old. .-I Plain cook; th ! thcr purtioulais printer. thlov ■ n by tlio fact ab That there w those da) a is sin t i hat S. Find ley oilers ■ a thief •ho stole his coat contain îeither of r t p.K-kdt I ks. rhicli had any them. - of A copy of the lameaster Journal, publisiied by William Hamilton, at y 21», 1812 , is uIho among tho lot. li was weekly paper of five columns, sued at $2 per year. It is almost filled with advertisements of tiie most unl aturo, and there is very little II «P lhero is also a copy of tho Franklin Depository and Transcript published lambersburg. July 28th, 1858, by . Ale.rkl to o. This reekly.and the prie i eight; ; : When these papers are compared I with the newspapers of tho present day. some idea cun be formod i»r tlio ade in journalism 1 riihii parut! voly fow yours. ?•'' reB 1 flow to I ar nply apply "Sw A K> uediciito up •I-, I) are p< B-1 v. Ask your MENT. in by. h > Htl at JODN WANA3IAKER TALKS. E Third Anniversary Y. M.C. A.— Crowd a Rainy Night. There were 1400 persons present at the third anniversary of the Young Men's Christian Association last even ing in West Church and 200 reported unable to gain admission. There wore many prominent men present. The weil rendered by Wost r road the 1st •d House I music choir. Jtov. T. H. T Psalm, llov. Richard If. (.' 00 k, D. D., prayed tlmt the Postmnstei-Ueueral ight have continued wisdom to ad I minister lila great trust to the best i Welfare or all tlio people and divine stotanco to deliver the address. "**• M - c - mous, Esq., Treasurer, reported flnan '""J 1 «!» ■ , "" u " ry «■ träilTry if *1® l.TS, «hieb added to re ™'Pls l, " ul " » t,,lal uf against nn ol,tla >'° r #3,402.42,leaving a balance in the treusury January:i 1st of *122.87. There was no decrease or income pro rata comparut 1 with preceding year's report. About £5,000 covers the cur rent year, of which ono-hulf Is already piovlded. How John Wanarnaker held the audionco closely attentive up to0.42 p. ., when a collection was taken, a Uoxology sung, a benediction pro ved by liev. Charles Murray. Hec tor of St. Andrew's P. E. Church, and an adjournment at 9.48 p. ni., wua followed by a prolonged band shaking with the distinguished guest, ho also receiving a hearty and cordial recep tion party as the wind up of hla Well ington visit. In his address Mr. Wanarnaker thanked the uudionco in behalf of the Y. M. U. A., for the interest shown in the cause, lb lug's rest fr« offices with 184,700 omploycos distribu ting people's business a iid love letters. This C. A. Postmaster-general, and the earnest solicitation of Wilmington men, plus irresistible impulse, brought him here. k. Harry Ern ite the the in balance in tho glad of thinking ol 65,000 post his first uddroes to a Y. M. •y since ho became ;lv however a cause or tho gr*«at i m portance to tho 12,000 to 15,000 families of this city. Jlowev ay differ on soino subjects wo are nil agreed In promoting tho protection and welfmo of our young men, for they do termine the city's fut ■things of common inter est. For example the people of Phil adelphia all rejoiced to send tho first ship of grain to starving Russians. Tlio Joss of Charly Ross saddened th*' all. The man holding a crying baby led passenger ear, gained tho universal sympathy when he iu I formed them its mother's dead body in the baggage cur und ho doing his liest to quiet it. tournai Jtw There I in t The C'en another illustration of interest, fcio the y interested all tho people. Hngneious and shrewd men in their business have plans. The buildings of Washing! ly be found fault with as to tho prac tical adaptation and convenience of their plans. Let us inquire, on this Easter Wednesday night, what is tho best practical plan to make and work in l ehalf ol Tlio speaker narrated the history of the A. M. C. A., which beg; Paul's, London, Eng., 48 years ago. It was stalled in Philadelphia in 1854. Ho joined it in 1856, and 2 y became tho first regularly employed P< th publie >1' could scan pr tig h. ht. i later by scretary. It was George Williams who started tho organization in i.omlon, A. J >.. 1848. it waa 1850 when it waa started In New York and 1854 In Philadelphia. Since 1858 Mr. Wanarnaker lmd been j iu close touch with the association in which he expressed ids confidence nnd appreciation of Its groat value in every city, where good men give their hearts and pruyers und ministers their wis dom. Tiipro has been paid and subscribed #10,000,000 for tho Y. M. C. A. which inda itself to business 011 , while ho did not know of u buai 0 carefully conducted. TI 10 intor-nntionnl committee spends #65,000 annually and lias 20 scor is e who excelled bus and retired ami now wua devoting hla •lendid abilities without he Y. M. C. A. in tho l'. S. The i liilu Idelphia property to-day would sell J *-,30,000 und Mr. Wanarnaker in into it which In i again under tho same cireuiuötanoea. j lie procoedod in purport: ot working cut but to find that who had made a fort mort mt has been ill lie ot here to ask sub dll liko to well informed lenelicial > other filles e,ïilï H, but till I»ti R y uko tho : i Whut losses might fn giecting tho young men? What you give for tho 20 bestand able Id ostvalu ( city? The U. S. Gov ■ >nt sent h ship ail tho way to the nd wich Islands to protect o mau and 1 u uust be honored. - s. A »roud ot it for Mat like Edi worth to • Phillip Brooks, tiiiB luntry, ■go ii. Corlls, the great ongine iu d builder? A veil tor chanlc. honored especially beet tlio Amerioun centennial of 1876, when as in issue, he by saying: "U glue, and Sunday." ch a This is wlmt the Y. M. C. A., is for. saved. Jtistoexer Uebt a Sunday observ decided the question tiemon. 1 wheel sliuli it turn give for .'ti that on: What ? It is to kee[ else Christian iutluenco arid save ith tlio tempta tions of prosperity and wealth. 'I •o 1201 of these Y. M. O. Associations iu tlio United States. Colleges havo t.od by 231. There i paid in for buildings $ cash. ■ith 1105 i eset 34 ». Duildiugs arc htis 000 in h filers 501 mcuiLe Luries. given of how Illustrations on l md bee i •ed by Chris pl •no who had been juilty of a tliolt, was forgiven, talked lly, oy eut 'West and retired in worth #l,t ! it. d I Ui .Utxt, . Wollealy Col leg. loi scut 1 keops 6!K) girls tian infiuciice. Y. M. C. A 's tiio right c< Ni -o to put and keep d iie i ight way. They »einem, oral, boys r-titn old instruction. ;loLv, physical and Christian development. The groat ingto 00U into tlio lot and building of a Y.M. A. than to have lino. [Applf of tho best c devoted to uoluiiiL believes Wil Id do better l"' put nw. the tuer railroad J.J Y rant it rs with tho lir-jt story •.*s. and containing of d to produce to be 8») atter of enough i of ut it is iportanco to be spoke :d fro tho pulpits. ; : meetings o a holy i 1 bo 11 sel/O yt •t a build i <i you will uccessful i 'i ! I ""'V. 1 ® ana üe 1 A 15 •lag y " i do for them they will repay j nity a thousand fold. At ; < to y tho close of lilo, and iu the next ! world will it be your highest comfort to leiloct tliat \ und built big ships. large businces j • that yo joyed tlio luxury of helping others? 1 IhiB is the opportudity to say: "We •e all for the vouug men, and wo will e have h # 100,000 did ha» -t.l J 1 ' atop B-1 building," I iie speaker at several li -hero applauded, as )«, indicating unusual, E opuiar interest in the X. n. c. a. avlng a new building. speaker, Mr. Wanarnaker is plain, practical, Immensely interesting and executive. AI They go (<* ether -the " of « CUttl I M prices, substitution at inferior goods. Sometimes it's a fraudulent imitation of the genuine 'tide — somo times it's ch pound represented as " just os there's profit for a sharp dealer "out prices." To prevent this kind of fraud and Im position, the genuine gtiarantced medi cines of Dr. K. V. Pierce aie now sold only through druggists regularly author ized ns agents, and always at tliobe long established prices: Golden Medical Discovory (for the Liver, Blood, and Lungs), 11.00. Favor ite Prescription (for womau's weaknesses and ailment»), |1.00. Pleasant Pellets (for the liver), 25 cents. They're the cheapest medicines you buy at any price, for you pay only for the good you aet. They're guaranteed, in every case, to benefit « good ;"— at DR. G. F, THEEL, I North FonrMi Kt., 538 l'u. Sjedal Diseases, Blood Poison Dj*» ' MhltUc Ajfe«l ( rgf SI 5,000 X ^vl[-r.ln Dr. Slum l.lyer nib, eil. ul Pills of the a«©. The most Positively a griping m •iitloii. IT 11 a in lll> 'dl v e be t !.. oinpii jlos. A quick r*?l •o for nick hcndnclio. In fact, a hloto for any kind of hoad .end Id ret lei In all troubles of kiudred d P< Ac. th Jy I oi dles with alliu 1 >1' vs, or dies, Kl > Pills re >nd mid tired !ud l II V© pi t. Tho p of ponii ; u 1 icr kind. Tl •oof any ring their superiority 1 pr r tho hi ul appetites h. egant dlgf d 1 . TU !f y »I they e tho • ! at Pilla of tho times. T i ' 1 I 11 « 35-ce i). Rold by regulur drugK>dla uu and $1 be r.old »iy -) (six ut by mall. Depot 422 Market Streets, ington, Del. Smith, Iilluc anil French Co., rhlla. Wi! Drunkenness LIQUOR HABIT. •e Is hut In all tho world i Dit. HAIM GOLDEN BP KOI FID. It c of Colt : fold, he pat , if i-y; y h ui rfictht and speedy ci is oh olio >k. IT NEVER FAILS it li siii'it v It pmi. Hly hi ainly that •I* dt Inc '"l* etc etfectod. > book of pm B1U REET. Druvrjrlst, Blxfl and /. .1 Market P Chlchefftcp»* rnaIDh fi'Bond lUanfl. EKHYKOYAL FILLS Oj^nal nd O.tr Oen-diir. a w Take .lb« Ss! r* for !Jllllc•, , • m I r Chemien! (lu?* dl ThuliüL^*. A LI F O R N I A. TBXAF. MIX D o. ii-moMthly To Pacific A?'fL T^Vil, î ( ' 8p th ipnuy . I.r s. > K. ilriiftdway, N.Y. K.J. SMITH. Agent. « South Third st reet, Philadelphia Security Trust and Safe DeoositCo., No. 519 Market Street IT A L b.ft C 1 ,000. Allow* lutereftt Money ». Vi y able after J days 'i •oam 'la lire aad i '•»t, li*. CLARKS i-thu 2 GORDON HEIGHTS LOTS. HAVE YOU SEEN Tl •line Iota, splendid G< rden llei'jl he.se I i„bey. loi d ult % ÜI h. 1 Ni [he •d I* .1 A II. R. H ry 'si. ; >p Jt! l i Do p l"' ion, Del., and BlK the i Philip R. Clark & Co,, No. 830 Market street. THE PYLE CYCLE COMPANY heir 1 ilfat Block ! »I'd This l> for II v the bigli n i e. 1* $135. j a ; < ii fim ! 807 MARKET ST. j N<v 4. E. Fourth St., Has the largest ha» a largo aud fl d Uneätstook of Trunks, 1 the city. A rtment <>f H ved a es«. Hu vo just r of horse id cheap. J, A. O. aft-tf collars; will be No. 4 East Fourth St. a. is I of Wo mention a few of the many bargains we have in Hosiery. One lot of men's half hose unbleach ed tans, grays and blacks, full regular made 124 c, worth 25 cents. One lot of ladies' dropped stitch in black, tans and steel, 25c from 88c. One lot of ladies' lisle thread, black and colors, drop ped stitch,38c from 60c. One lot Chil dren's fast black, sizes 7 and 7 A, only 17c from 25c. At 25c we aim to have the largest and most attractive stock to bo found. We guarantee all our black hosiery. Store open every evening until 9 o'clock. Telephone, 722. 10 , JO 10 3 VJi 6 ■ 9 . 4 De w«i IV: _ 4 §0». a and ,J. «. 11 203. : I i, E, B. Riley 228 King St sy 10 ^ Vv I] j! ; j Ä \ 1 And buy while our stock is large and bargains plentiful. Hair Cloth Parlor Suites #30 up. eie Solid Oak Chamber Suites, 3 pieces, ^IS'OO up. Solid Oak Chamber Suites, S pieces, £>20.00 Bedsteads B (p. «i i J3-oo U P >1-25 «P .Sg. 50 up. £4.00 up. f/.oo up. $6.00 up. Bed Springs Lounges Hall Racks Couches ]!aby Carriages Brussels Carpet per yard 65c up Ingrain Carpet per yard 25c up Floor Oil Cloth per yard 25c up Wo keep a full line or Furniture c'urpets Hodding Stoves Oil Cloths Pictures, etc. < >ur goods ly payments, for cash. •'.'50 Baby Carriages Clocks Hanging r^mp9 Standing L Window Shades Rugs. etc. all marked in plain month C->.> -•lfi ; - 1 sold fc ^ekly : 5 por cent, taken oîï « Thos. Grinsell » •7 S. E. Cor. 2nd & Orange St?. Open Tuesday evenings until 9. and Saturday evenings until 10. Other evenings close ut 6 o'clock. _ R. R. ROBINSON & COMPANY 6 BANKERS AND BROKERS, Fourth and Market Stocks bought and Bold In thoNewYork, Philadelphia aud Boston markets on com* !.. >rs of credit given, avail ah rarteof tho world, and drafts on England. Ireland, Franco* Germany aud dwiuerland !. 6.1 res Central Nationul LK—30 Blit H 4 shares TTnlon National Hank. 37 gh in 10 •1 nul Hunk Wilmington .1 llruudy Hank. r M shu 10Ü0 Mi 500 Nc Ronds. Hall 1* & •II •ft via. I112 REMOVAL. JOHN M. J. GORMAN, Tho Cabinet Maker and Uphnlst 21 I W. EICHTH STREET, dn Hiuilua 1 n PQr do d. ( rU a s' Market, ui i wi A. D. ARMSTRONG TAILOR, M A .SON ST LET. A «t' Fuit iu \ heb h utt> S L '¥ (1 Outs, wh 'tiering. »• h ' •re should call .Mary laud avc TAT. Hi 10 iprl DE8IRINU TTENTION — Fh A C. 4 put P I ! • of II > the drug Wii ..J F it Si mington, DoL No. Marke 13 KENILWORTH INN, Near the Beach, ticCIty, N. J. Atl N««t ilea«©. All Modern Improvei ANNIE GRUBB. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Philadelphia, TOilnitncton* Huit. K.B follow« | riitludclpuia (express), 165.2 53.4*0 «M 4fi. < 6o,a 60.1» OU. »4? lu05,10 1C. Il 40,11 £ k AV U * i ^ 4ftî . » H 5 10, 0 17 7 ou, 7 is auU 9 12 n. m. •] 0(1 Htli) 1 1 6 00, 8 55, *7(W, «M -j.Â •««. 4 A 6 j£ «M April 20 , 1898. Train« will leuvo W Uuuugton 10 45 I 12 v For Clu (eXJ1 ress), 1 85, f 39, n 3), 7 Mi, , 9 4«, K» 06 , il 20, 11 51 a. w, 11«. 7 13 and 9 12 p' in •dation, 8 to, 0 55, 7 0». »0CL B , Aceo JO 45, 1 N'ov 10 O.v 3 4ft, 6 10, VJi and For iioii >« k. 1 « . 2 W, 4 a», 6 30, 6 06, «M, il f.l U. in., »12 IO, JJ ML 1 JR». 6 17. 56* ®«»L 7 M 7 ilk will change, (a. m, ' 6 -y; p. m. For est Chester, via Lemokta. • i. ui., 2 25 end 3 45 p. m. werk (Centte) eud In termed late 7 4< "'- Ul • J - 8i an(I « Fi p. iu. Baltimore and iut«-i mediate station^ (i' n 1;"nIght* 2 47 * 4 45 * ,,d OB P* ■ For Ne : and Bay Line, 5 23 p. m. '»ad Washington, 4 4«, ••!, md H iw a. m„ fa 04, It IS ■ I. •OOn.G.M 7 40 82i), p. OL. 9 11, 1« dght. or Delaware Divisionlaavefon . . - >n. »15, 1123«. m., 2 50, «3%, 4 12® 8 V1 0 V) P- * n<l 1» •» oigSIU For Lewen« 1 '. n. in., 4.17 p. m. Riurington, Delmar an«i way statt««« •« p m* and way station« Expreis for Dover ilarrlngtos *aS De mm. i, i<.. -? n, * i5 01 nlghfc Lxpi«(.sa rm- Wyoming A '"TfHiini * Hi n m r«;Mr reM for 1 * p9 1 h!,, «ea ORi Foist «..ouitort «n. I Norfolk, U 18 a. m . and 1204 Train New 1Ä. w«i BroAd street fet ss-ffirjs'ifH'Ä W! s IV: . Î 'V« ««Ä V«; •• o 11 "•«»» »• "• "* _ ... .'S?t , St ,on . 8 2 \ 7 ,n. io s,, u aa * e34 •» "•* A M MU V TRAINS. For Philadelphia (expi 4 20.8 50, Ù00, 10 05. 11 6i * §0». 5 10 , a 50, 6 08, 7 0«. 7 «; Accommodation, 7 ' *" 1 45. « 0% 6; For KMlirt (express). 15% i«L , . 8 .V, 11 51 R. in ]i JO, 13A 4«X 7, 5 56. C 00,*0 31,706 and 11 «0 w/m. ^ For Boston without, chanve 5Sun n. a Vi 1 suuTft W h ?*m r * vift Lainolcirq t«S FoV'NowCas^K*"«^ 0 P- m., H 06 nlgUA Cape Charles, Old Foiue Comfort and Norfolk, 12 ul noth For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wy oming, Fellen, Harrington, llridgevllle, ' Beufoid, Laurel aud Delmar, 12 01 night a and Washington, 4 46, «fl. a. in., 12 Wi. ft -J«, *0 03, 7 4«, in. o.:d 12 49 night. BultimoreOU ,J. » Oi p. m. sud 12 13 mJdit, ; Leave Fhilade'.phla, Broad street, fl*r Wilmingtoti (express), 3 fto, 7 20, « iq 11 IS «. m„ 4 41, ft 04. 0 ft7, 7 40. « 85, U IS, 11 30 p. m., nnd 12 0.3night. Accommodation,« •'«, 10 « a. m s 12«Sk 203. 6 10. 8 38. 10 03 and U 38 p. m. . 163. »5* V« 1 »* 4 3^ and 9 12 p. m. 8 05, a. mu. 30 P. m. ^ : I i, 10 U I] For f KriSIS Ot'ongresRs tiftl Limited expreuMralue used entirely of Pullmua Vestibül« posed of Vestibül« (vu'ott Gen I PasH'ger Afi her Information, tb© ticket o o f referred lor and Hi trains, ute Parlor C Pnascnger f-'oachea aud CHAS. Il PPGII. General Mu ©xpre Pullmi BALTIMORE &OÜIO RAILROAR: Schedule In etrent Not. 16. 1691. TRAINS LEAVE PET.. AVE. DEPOlV EAST BOUND. •Expr cck days «3 08, *717. »7 40 •2ft0.»5àa *7 39 p m. •7 17 li New York iftO. «584 3» p. m. !»• l'>- dally, with " Lais, runningth vouch I ,, , , , , «honjfo via Ponshlt«« eie Bridge, landing passangsv« in B. ft station at Boston. days, *3 09 « oo, 8 9 M, ]ö IHL • 1 :«,6jÉ Butlet ! B iiluueipiii». wi . «7 4U 7 ftU. *8 : «i i r. 4ft, *7 3 », y 39, 1« 1)0, *18 ' 5 1 Phihidelpldu, Biu.dav«, 3 dtS, 0 .,'UHi oei ft ;w, C 4S,*7 ÎR». 8 30. i, weak day», *3 . 6 1 , 811 «days. *i Cl .. » d C iC,i, CRV. weak dav% ®7 •p. m. Bundar» *L WEbT HOUND, »and Wh Ai •'.'50 p. B. '»Hilft cn, *4 54, 7«I *4 03, 2 53, *4 40, •«$* id way Btutiona, 7o2 ■ i lfuii C->.> p. m. dully. Baltimore and principal staMons rhllftUelphm Division, lu «6 a. m.. dally^ Newark, Del.. *454, 7 02, *fl 47, *19 00a.au, -•lfi *. 25 . *4 4C *624.7 4ft, *7 ft,', 11 10 p. UU dally Fitisbun Chicago, 1 *7 57 p. 4. m. «tally. P. in. dally, bt. Loin„ *1-410 p. m, . both dati^. * "*® daily. 7 02a.m., t ; v» wool« p. uu ëliigerly 7ajand if 10 p. uiodatloi ., 'J56 and KK&T STEttKV a, »..■s 11 b'inday«, 9 S»' a- iu. ami 4 Trains leave ma bTATlON. For Pkllndclphl», w©«K dnv«. 6 « n •7 '24, *0 25, *!• 3.!, «11 yj> a. m., 12 42, '2 46, 1 » bundaya, 6 3« a. bi„ 1742,*« days A 35, 6 so, *3 cl , i». m. Suudays aad ■ )■• 9 4.' ForHxltliuor 33, *l I « 3 a. » 6 >0, *9 *26 a. Baltimore and principal stations «n Philadelphia Division, 9 33 a. m . d a ii except Sunday, bundars 0 26 a . in, K and way etattoas, •ft® a. in.. *45, 6 00 p. i*. For I iy> 2ft a. Chicago and Fitwbur*. «Hilft a. m. daily . pt Sunday, *3 65 p. m . datlv, 1 and fit. Louis, *1135 6.1 ill run adelphia for wit LEAN M INGTON. Hally, *1 l.ft 10 ÜÜ, *1105 . •1 5«, J t><0, 7 36, *815, «49* »3$ ., 12 (W notn. *1 «t 3). *5 15, 6S0,*5M,SiMk -, 11 80 p *8 39, *9 33, 4 - 3 00 «4 3ft & . c *16 «L 434 iy, *4 •II 35 •ft ft 1 f 1« Te\epl S» Hi via. an) J. T. uDKI.fi, Generul Munoaur. 12 0» nO( »on, I tv>. • . 10 H», li i p. ou No. 193. loweT thsa C. O. SCULL Gen'l i'ao«. Aceat» ♦•stem p STEAM RO^p PHI LLDEErHI. 4 Thursday, March 24 th V MEKS mgsaSity -AND BRANDYWINE. ly. a Fuat fussengcr and Freight, duded. utt> o ftVitmlngton, Fo and 10. -tu u in. and I p. m. e Fhtlsdalph streot wharf <14.15. ' aud 10.15 a. m. aud 1.30 and 4 whart at 7. boats stop both way * at Chester. C. P. MARONEY i NO, 509 SH1FLEY ST, Wilmington, Delaware. sâîss:; ts'jsss and sags. natuntly on band and mad« « 1 er at Short Notice. Repairing taVT-lyd-wf 4*r®ujpUy Done.