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ha fact, bi; tion Ifi THE LEVY COURT. Acceptance o Itrandywlne Bridge- Protest of Me-**™.Lor«*, Dut«» I i. ly. the 1 a 11 »„»«HOo-c'ock when II,b Cour! itns tailed to ordei, l iesident Duel.- not Ingham having arrived and took the fill! ;m^r U Im. , L U . , ' kr0 nu,nl ' or 11,0 «ÄÜMfWtt ! «itv- i «! ne !'i' v!L''l U v nt V 1 "! 1 V"' ; tlit* fu V« ° ' 1 ÎSUJi,l!4 ' L8 «1 m took his f,,r p no,.c 11 •* ,, , at ÄÄJr.ÄTS nlsu ^ sa„ ûiiwtïd'tSbXia zzz r to i! u " k they possibly could bo, and it was use afthmiMdiilVn 0 . n U V"n Un i lu,ur,,r ' II then culled up tho following reso offered at a my •ud lto.im-y Against it—New lirhlgo in Mill Creek Htimlictl Ordered. When the Levy Court got buck from Its vis.t to the Brandy wine at Fourth street, at 1.3U p. m . vosteiday, tlie in embers bcnnio the guest w or the Cherry Island Mai «h Company and were entertained at din ner at t tie Hotel Willis After this tho members culled upon their attorney. E. (». 1 »radford, Esq., and had formal taik with him in regard to the acceptance of the bringe, the whole tenor of which was in favor of its cept el, bridge er the in t lut! previous meeting and was temporarily Withdrawn: "Resolved, That tho »aid bridge with its appurtenances, 1 is the property which hud b« •ecoine ' tho said ami county of Newcastle, : accepted by tills court, and tiie s. ahull hereafter bo maintained and tuK clinrge of by the Levy Court «»f said county or thoso who may them in county control. ' Mr. Joils stated that ho is hereby a lorstood that there were soin«» gent lumen pres ent who desired to speak up question. As no one respnndod, Mr. Clark ask ed If the cherry Island Marsh c puny had not agreei to tiik the brhlge a month furnish a house lor for that time? Mi. Nicdds stated that such was the Cuse h«' believ'd. Mr. I. buta more verbal embodied in the resolution. Mr. Nit*ills sau I the bridge was pub lie property und there was n<> use in more embarrassment.-. I D«* o.Mipuuv made the offer in good faith aud would «1«» as th«*v said. Mr. I.ore suiil the agreement to in duce tie' Lev;. (' Chou d go Mr. I alley said the Court eouM n - •cmd tho resolution if tint Marsh 1 «»inpaiiy did not carry out its con tract. tho •e of bridged c luler »aid that as the »lier w: , it should bo t !■> take tlto bridge Mr. Bates said tho Court could not eas ly rescind su d It it d lift'd, if tho promise w; anything it should ho reduced to writ 111 8 . worth Mr. Nielils suid t In* otliorside wanted a ' oiulitioiiiil Hot within tho ; 1 tance win h was • of the Levy »•as air* •I tin* pi i.periy of t im count.v A •t, as tin* br but to uiumtuin it Vithout entering into .o Mur.-ii couple cf months writings. 'ourt had three things to do: Hist, t«> tin.! .lain; third. • timt the agrei'iueiit c< tin* ugremnonl Ki i hamper lho rcs«»i iimn. Slid tho county wu able I«» take car«* «»f tho bridge. 11 '«Jltf Ijo ttshuuii*«l to have it put record that the Levy t ourt «need in accepting the bridge for tho mere two months' put. like a bribe to Mr. Hickman s. amply made that offer Levy tourt to got .Mr. hillgoro ■Értà«' company t»e put it. ^^■hlit 1.1« !lll»l cl. .\ -. re-olnttun WS.y. by'the Lecatuo tin; owner oi take eltargo of, •mid Mr. 1. Air. liulel :c. It looked •<*pt i I.e bridge. Hint t iio •ndg •cd oiler tho l-solil led leptuil by ■«*:«.*, and New < .«-tie of Dm Levy Co Air. Nlelds sugge Re.l that a c appointed tto 1 tola ware « ou y, tho butl'lor; for u «•«.* ■»up; W umuita. Mr. L right to tip; <»int sue ' 100 l»r'«lgo. aid Ui.- 1.. VJ » rt i.ud or Mr. Hut "te nd .Mr. Buckiughi Were uppoilited a tii" ttgrooment at U'Tioo l ulup.Mi; 'it.ii the 1 clav.ar .of .Mr Joli Newport, w, Mr. Jam«.* * t'«»r fet I 1 .It* ul ( I. ttlccU'ii e Huiidied. A Dei. iro In vim Visit 'Jr the Û »or lo day, «Ki"«'.. Al« r> Gillls and the oth-r l»«*i.« •''ported : te.tiding a Ii"W 1,1 Idg«» . ï»ropcity Cost oi ï Mill t i • ourt t tl M; lay ul b e foil. PI . evt ont t»y M I. *. let l: »«lii* th" '»i,. W. VlCtR, ■I»!» • »r lol.u P t h ?»y* 1 i," -i dg" et y i laud 2d" ill-» ■P I j "f li, D ' '■ P It,. ti «lt\ \ pi thin u cl* ii. ■î « *' p vv y ; Il) y ■ iln, , .)'.-«» b ' . -h P t est P tu requite GHCI • pit T»el tli • Le xn lut a:.: it . •Bitot lu t : Pt •■'). I -l ,d pun. til tubes fll. th Co It».* t ' )t I»art M ' st whi.-h t IL :r s : law tins id Piu 1—If i <-t «loul.it t Jity ItiH. Whether th«) bridge t»o liavo boon built bo lawfully place«! t) - us a public • nut go. to tuât this que»;i the châtie appointed to take • questions, that by , . a hu very right of t •ertuliiPd. Su> h it"-, properly be take:. . . il •(■ of ( hoiry Island Mm - the Levy « «» at t , Of the » ridge, v. "« ■ 111 c I y «b.iif.-fui t«*r 11 'i ! 1- propos f «•o <»f >u«-h .liter may »t « om p « m y jL~k i ) ti® ' pro-- -n g ■ liiiid pr.ncipl btill tho bn a charge uj •uch a brhigo Vou.d build to .1 the i. J'h» ■ eg,* sium ; th- c«* the 1. l-»t i» the public dy ; mand, that Is, a substantial, well-built ami seivloeable bridge and not a mere temporary and imperfect structure, ha tlly built And time shall be takon to oscortalu this fact, and If need be that the ad flee of competent und skilled bridge builders bi; taken to uscertuln the actual condi tion of the st ructure. Fourth—That by the termaof the act there is which y beg that ample limitai Ion of time within ire to decide whether the I rulgo Is complete and open for truv Is tliore unv pressing publie i. vul or «iBBHcy Unit U.e ,lotion ,.f j completion should bo docidotl Instant ly. i'lio very urgency of th * patuo* who built tho bi llige to have tins court j l ove tliHiuuf tho hurdeu strengthens the position that groat caution should 1 miT'-TuL 1 U5," over a navigable stream, a neccs-ury pint house for a hr Id go tender, i •Usons tho machinery to turn S rtÄ-d'SÄÄ X5' not nuthorl/o or require the expendl lure of one dollar«./ county nmnev in coustructi»»... It is provided only that h"jnS,.re»;i^'r i nÄ:" r \^'^e l f;" ! lilKiÄÄS a „r. ; tlit* . .unity an immediate ••xpendit ire ftl'C f,,r which there is no warrant in tho , at ;t k »" lhiH bridge is n.ado «'i county I charge, the euro of which bridge to " i!l ' the construction of the bridge house, approaches to und mursli : to roadway necessary for the use of same i will entail . norinous outlay or tlie» public money in the near future. uiirg, , to», when public opinion u»pa ciuiiy demands the most rigid econo my in tl»o expoialituro of county funds. ukouoeh. B.vrns. el, thereof t li. 1 Jn n II. Rooney, *"«■ puryiose of olecling d<d« gi>tcs to tl.e lil ■ Convcniiou and also clc. t;ng a county com in it too. 1 MccDng. The 12th Ward Republic hold n meeting 8rtl, mul Dill* will Wedne.-day streets, form ■ .sold all il etc 'I : •. It .cvcri wuere. they! -«*." For Hats. Mu.-, ••d Du.s, Fîtes. Ii. ' r> '• It. 11. r. D.-ivls. jmvi.'Icjr.Ko. 9 E.-M St Goto Wulilier A to. lo la Ctt'Tiugcà rupalt «-«i. A 'll »!.' KNTS. GRAND BAZAR -I »F THE— WARREN ATHLETIC CLUB tail, licgiiiuitig \pr ml ..it nui ions «ui i.kcts a A lei GRAND OPERA HOUSE. D. a The «'tu i n«* t I'tve Mali "HEALTH id DISRATE,", April 88, 8 ednesday night. Ma. •! p. ■ Icct rra ft«» cent.«. All lent li i'. I RA \ 1.1. >d is«ed. 25 CENT Window Shades •I. ON SPRING FIXTURES. 5 CENT Fini: Papers AND a Shades - ' ft I 1 / U iJ UlU mi m a :?r:An?, ROSIN ÄBR0. 218-220 W. 2d St. ; Tei.kpiione R)'d. I W l I.M IN« IT« >N \'<dn;, H !<\ a \ ' L i-it.-.-t 1 vo ' Ly.' -' v.i *t I u «»g L-I" C i U 4 «»'. t. l . M. 'i ! i». -n f «. v , \V-,. , -it* : I' »t jL~k i » . ; .AND DID«. »'•»-■* '-D W AN I A j M l, No. Kl dy ; . i 70o In H.Y.CloiWniHonse WiLMiNQTOi». Wednesday, April 87. 1802. MEETINGS FOR TUIS EVENING. ._____ Mntfuhoon Tribe,Imp'd Rod Men. W1 °i j v,Æ„ï y Hope Lodge. 1. O. <). F. Naomi Kel>eoca t>e*r«»o I.odge I. O. O. F. j Cigarinukors Uuiou, 890. No , y^onaot . tho crowds 'gl'OW larger ailll larger CVGrV i mi *? - \ Biiy. illO SCCl'Ct 13 JUSt heM * . Th ° m0st for tho 111ÖI1CV 13 to 1)0 llild liovo el. ^ ^ LU UC 11 Ul lieie , a ]' Ways. Ilie people are find ing out by actual purchase thilt otlr Nothing and prices ftl'C 111 OVeiV WRY just ftS l'G , , i J or i , . presented. Weve uctermin to sell the good or bar f. in isu,t co,n i ,lo j c I here Ulltll YOU M0 perfectly *■ n i v 1 . *; Satisfied. \ Oil are privileged : to exchange DO 0(1 S or lei ve i B oous or VOlir 1U011CY refunded, uiirg, n n . wiio advantages are on your ' your perfect SatiBlilCtion. none. of or .1 All our advantage is in Strictly one prica, and if dis satisfied wish yoar parodasa wa lil :n rn i.. r . Will rSllim VOUT IH0H3V, 1 UlClotliiiillonse 'I 316 MARKET STREET. : MAX EPHRAIM. .JX I 1 wlio are limping and sulïcring — you who tread tho juice of tiie aged when your stop uhould bo lithe and elas tic—you who suffer agonies untold becftuso your feet are infested with corns and bun ions caused by improperly constructed footweur - YOU —nil you who have sulfoivd thus«! ox< ruciiitino pains tho foot is heir to—if you want a taste of freedom from I It mism-y—put your foot into a pair of Fulti's Sho3s for Tendar Foot (u true counterpart of nu tum) for man, woman or Rrady-madu or to measure. Price, «2 to 85. •llil.l. 226 MARKET ST, •I. A. FULD, fort BURGF.RS' KH »E HOUSE. Fine Custom Work a Spe er 11A M ('lit E, ft Itiii •t I'ootnn n "l li:»t II. '.V , : .. - i ltn ' llllPo ; / j Heald éù Co. Seventh and Market Streets. ARTISANS' SAVINGS BANK, Nu. »02 Mari.*.t St., I.M 1 N«. I-LAW i .*>■ « Ass:M Deposits Surplus. $894, 4fll . »3 7C7, ODJ.3S $ 97,087.07 lut« l.u- II Pt-«-. i . T. « L !Tsi;id,;s wlli.. *t , i *1 I 11. i 1' it- -u U.iscrupuloüü imitators ugh; U» •'Put II»' »II by the t f .!< H..IÏV Mall LMin.-». R.-w l."«»k for tlu* big j j, , ; of "3« •very l»ot 'le. »V Moiulolt *'hi « Im » -Hjü 1 » 1 : er.ll W u t« l- 0 Vurk ' -my jet, : Atf.ht lia I.I-NWtl; A El. HOl K •. ui;s 1 lri4.NI., 7 11, i Data. 150 boxes Spanish Queen cigars at. 70o a box. This is a bargain. Dur stein's, No. S East 2d. Dr. J. H. Simms wishes to let every body know that he has removed from Fourth and King streets to 422 Market street. Painful teething, colic, diarrhoea pre vented and cured by Hooper's anodyne. For a clonr head and steady nerves take Jiromo-.' elt/.er, looa bottle. Hon. Anthony Higgins passed to day In our city. He will return to Wash ington this ovening. her the the The Y. M. ('. A. and F.dgo Moor base ball clubs will contoBt view grounds mo iUvor Saturday. I Mrs. Everett Ouest, of Mar rthallion. spent Sunday with their brother at Laudenberg, Pa. Mrs. Agnes E. Miller, of Newark. D«l*. spout Sunday with Mrs. Joseph Wright ol Klamonsl. Mr. any Tho City Railway Company Is pre paring to run tiie electric cars up Clay mont street us lnr Yundever avo John T. Ransom, stenographer In tho office of Dtillnmn'aPiilaco Car Coiu puny in L'lilladolphia, will bo marriml Miss Lillis Culbeit ol Hunisoii street this evening. Tbs pla for holding the Republican delegate elections next Saturday have been selected and will be found In the advertising col umns of the Kkim uuh an. mill h lu of the ami I St. c«'r Architect 8. L. Itiee has received a notice from Chief of Constrimtion Burnham of Chicago, that tho Dela ware Building plans have boon ap proveil and accepted. About 75 members of the Friendship Fire Company, accompanied by Hyatt's baud, will start May for Friendship Fir burg, Pa. Friendship Lmlgn, No. 21, Knights of Pythias, last eveuiug presented Grand Chancellor ( oiumamler Mullen or Mundiuilton, DhI . with a handsome I, for tiie efforts ho made in gmiiziiig Dio lodge. •laini.'s Winter, living at No. 525 East Ninth street., while at work Tor t.lio .1 m-ksou ai;«l Hi.arp ■ ompany yester day, was st ru«k above tho eye by some Hying piiM'os of steel and injur ed. Dr. H. M. Frist attended him. Mrs. Hanutdi L. Bulloek, national organizer «»f the Women's • hrlstian Temperance Union, will mldress a meeting to lis held in Epwortli M. E. Church, this (.Wednesday > evening, . A.II tire invited. 20th of three «lays' visit, to tho Company of Harris Till members of the women's gym nasium class of th»« \ M. t . A. pru smited to L'liysli-ul Director William E. liolTuiHti vi'-rtterda) Die 't'hnlT Herzog Eiicyclopoilia «»f Roligi in rues, li Ku ledge." in f riioniit I of their appreciation of his abil ity : t«*sti i iio Fifth •ar«l Ri'piiblicnus will It •t this evening tit 7.30 o'clock Republican headquarters, No. 8 o Mu riot street, for tiie purpose of muting can lidutus for delegate •» be held next. ! for a county «•ommittec. A full ut •e is fi'quested. Tiie «F ad it. faut whiidt was found tTwi'ft! st met., mg in l*«»ttor's und«* to regard to its identity. still l»«»rn. id li .«». \\ I id. The ■ « lind It is prol I « Io th a ti ■mild be hoM tiecoUHlat»!«* «lentil. Oil! In mal;c up is ouo of tl io char nctcristics of Sixili nnd >1 n r k o t's clothing. There never was u sea son when more care was la' on in ready nun to clothing than this. Tho | makers of clothiic» have pollen ii|) nothinif— really eood -hut wimt you will lind here in light suits there is a wide ran^e of styles |j fur seleetiuii. All of them well and stylishly madi and at the prices you have Nicety «but of J. I' i t. t :« ! S:1,1lt ' i 1 »4*011 t ink rior <-i. N I'or JUiYUl^ ^ood 4. sll) to tiikus hi all tlm dt sii of ul»lc tilings wliilo you 1111V ii \ 'll wish Ol) t loWt.T. I : ovi-i-i oat stock whs c 'UM'iimillv Mi"' ScY' -'i llI St \ It'S 111 flit*, ii 11*' >111 il J Yd -'i in\ .) lias make r w 11U Sll lt don't tiik. in ip '1 1 to gut ono and fin vus vonr iiuallli ami (••■'•« 1 .1. »rt. ;s7. "U to ir'Ju. »3 Jas r. "M»'! i in it »Son, Util -C M u-'d t. Tati , , CiutHKB'd, I i ! pair or M, ' j L (»*•7 • ir lay r*v»*n'H f i Mart«« K»»l ' gl« the t i '; d le t» ii. ; \ for liosi I« «r«. Ilot.t'* ,H ! ! ". I l-R 'le. t ( Mrs. M. I:. Me .t 0 ' B"h'!,','r'i NT,-Nice .. .... ut M -. HitU. rl'U) k. .i'/lK ui;s )t» a ni », .ns L) Uay \NTED It, at ölI Markoi I. i MRS. LONGHHOUU-l'OTTS, M. D. Her Lectures Highly Endorsed. Seldom has any fore the public so highly does Mrs. Dr. I'otis. Xu addition to her oilier distinguished credentials Is the following: Wilmtn "Tho undersigned, having examined the credentials of Mrs. A. M. Long shore-Bolts, M. 1»., and also notices from various newspapers of her lec tures—which great moment and interest or gone be dorsod N. April 26, 1823. 's upon subjtii'ts of «lulls ready to btdlsve that tholr dolivety ■h good in may l»o productive «»f any community." (Signed) Lehuiton Co i.em vn, Bishop of Delaware. 11 ev. John \. Doubins, M. F.l liurch. Rev. 11. Asht »n IIknuy. Trinity Church. Rev. C. E. Mikuay, .St Amlrew's Church. Rev. William l*. Swautz, Central Presbyterian Church. Rkv. Ukoiuye M.Hickman. First Presbyturluu Church. II. T. G a use, "We, the undersigned,take pleasure lu saving we hav«* soen the credcntiuls of Mrs. A. M. Longshore-Putts M. D., consisting of letters «>f recoin menda tiou from Caroline Scott Harrison, wlfo of ttie President t»f tho Unite«! States. Mrs. T. A. Hum I ricks, willow of the lute ex*Yice PreshJont; ex Gover nors Russell A. Alger, Austin Blair ami « M. Croswoll of Michigan.United States .Senator ( ». 1). Conger of Michi gan. ex-Governors riunuas T. (Titten dou of Missouri. William L irrubao of I .v.a, Governor A. L. Tliomas of Utah, Cougrossiuen R. Q. Mills. Allen, Mc Millin, Crist», Col »band othore. Also articles of u strongly commen datory character from ihe leading newspaper.- of Loudon, Euglatnl, Now York, I lilladeiphia, Bost«»n. Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans. Sun Francisco, Melbourne ami many other cities. Also Ii«t diploma from the Woman's Medical College of Phil» lolphiu, and c«'r titieutes of n'gistration from twenty-four states in tliis country where Mio practice of medicine '. erned by law. Mrs. Dr. Potts's !e«:turosaro produe live <»f nimm good in their moral and ..icational inibn-u«:«. Signed. ilo.N, Jwieh Mc. Mu i>n, U. s. Senator. »CK mun«is, U. *3. I. M. ('., Alabama. •Senator. li . .. W. U. 1*. lit Kentucky. aki.es E. Hookhi, M. C Mis eisMppi. i'EKOlNAM) I.VTt:« e, Mayor of Baltl ix Aosrs, Eilitor Baltimore Ameri It ; i, 0x 80c. U. S. Nuvy. Wm.uam llovBt x-Govenmr Indiana. tor of I Rev. il. W. W a r t I.KS- is, Louisville li ( 'ourier-J« "Dei credential.« arc fr oiniii»'iil juunousuiid are full oi tiigli at. tho most Profesaor Davjo Swino, Cliicugo. Mrs. Potts will deliver lier first io«* I « *• morrow utter noon. It will b«* Ira ud Opera lions*) the ill All Iter I ivo •Iv illustrated hud lit the l"»x office witli I N".' «ii.usdav. May 4. Oil! ell.llgO. ,u 1 «mliv.-r her r. ».is lecture flhil» and Murnago bulll S0XO8. The i Dr. . ! The greatest ••xeiteinout still rolatliui to llm inyslerious . f T. -I II Mill ol MllllliKlun. I Sat urdn v night. I he e\ idein-o | |j «but th M«b. of Up* pb>siciuns who ulten n*d the -» ini|Uo -I w:ts t.«i the effect that 1 ■stilted Iront concussion of lim I id of tmit town I J. tl. do tlto •vamitcttion. inev ; . Dre A. R. T J. '. Lutine I' -' iim.-t ei.lfil Unit I, i I th of tlm r.»a» Kciiiiedyvllh) tim t all lii" injurlert I »•«•«I. Âlere will ud filter about this thuorv of vu! important witn. •«•.•*' !u the Hil ■«1 I Inn «day. , to-day 1 iovpriior. aing Ht" «-ai» Mr. S. J. Hid. i ,« l«*t»,«*r t.<* th«> for u t 1 t. .r«* of the t :« ' l*.'*r of LI. unlerer. I« .id i ! ■ !. I". M 4*111 V Imv Vi l'*l • •«* point mg to Dr. Hill's ! took pi in th«* i i-ii t <-i. N -ver ore b Milling m I.«»* . v at tended. 1 I«. its 1 no « ling: "It- id" tilt ; IU : 11 >-1* 1«. t In« S I iii |> to g"t a of ! :» A |Uill 111!»'. N• l ltf Red .den, il b.» ly. I t li * il, • I 1 'i.i . ri,i.i.'i K : • .lulu, !'. An •li. II S. Mgonqi »1« M.idiilicu. V: lilt Veils •I R. . Ihe Dr. Hi..' I ■■ i t e tin ltn' \ '»ids, -'«»ui- i'.ioihur," tho lie I > «• »ra.lg«*. Judge Rni, ti il ui cliii' ;f.»d villi dr«.nk. 111 !«* bu-»t»aud well • nimm ing iy shew.»«! Hint they lu i. • • ■■ii ii « . *<\ idoi . lots «It .nk ti!«u; r.»»»d pf r li ho i no l. I i V. tho .1 d|«'. ■I' 1 • had ) u.,., liad him n«*-»te I. Judge I «dl «i'l'l t:.;«: 1 -ni. tin'll ho tr it. «• p. • 1 1 d Ev.i • a i» i»ltl i » It «.»iiiinlttlng V* diii ■':•) lioipst' Works. 1 - u-«,iult , !g»*!-. As th" charge a.-h" I. ho was sell paya imo nt ®!0 and costs. ! ttu! as-:staiiL III v. ; ,. s c| t .,u-ly o»la ' j tom:« d ' i?o k II tiie house ,H ! «ir*'*'l 11. U. ! Oi \\ - ho »1 ho . Siitunlav, Ap« il 30. until 4 -» chick, p. tu., for •h'ctit g four «bbegul • t;«*| u i,l!» i;ii Stiiio Convent I* • held at D«»v«»r, I »♦*!.. on the 5th I also to elect a count«» oinmlttee. By order of ( otumilLse. h • |-h» j. nt May next, ; I. Th« Circa«, Next Monday will be a big day In this olty, not only for the small boy, but also for those of larger growth. »« on that day Foropaugh'® great shows will exhibit here. The splendors of these shows are traditional and if year's was only to be a repetition of those that have gone before. It would be well worth anticipating. Hut going beyond It, as It does, it will be u mat ter of regret with everybody who fuiis to make a visit to It a part of his lstonco. Apparently nothing in the animal kingdom is without a roptooontulivo in the menugnrie. In the performances nothing achiev able in startling und udiuiruble phys ical feats but will have demonstration. In addition to a list of arlitts, which represents the best talent of the cir cuses of both Europe und America, und Includes the world famous Valdls Sisters mid their beautiful and duiiug feats upon double revolving Traps Notaire, there will be a complote Moorish Circus Co., comprising 35 , women and children, direct from Morocco, by special permission of the Sultan and the protectorate govern ment of Fram e. Every possible contest of spoed Imv twoen cite und create luught r muko up the hippodro (»rundest of any one of the many foulures of the shows is u magnificent spectacle, The Full of Nineveh. It il lustrates the splendors und grandeur of earth's llrst great metropolis and civilization's llrst capital as well as the fail and destruction ol thocity boenuso of its wickedness in the fullillment of the prophesies of Jonah, »Sophonios, Ezekiel, Jeremiah, Nahum and others. An idea of the magnitude of the great show may be got from the fact that to put it before tiie people re quires 1,000 employes, 200 performers, 400 horses, 200 rare animals. When it is learned that It- takes four trains of fifty four transport it. and an investment of $3, 000,out) capital, with a daily expendi ture of ®5,5UU, some idea cun bo form ed of its magnitude. We claim that our Hour will •ot bread us Burr Hour, un i hold its froshuoHs fully ns long. McFurlai.d A McDonald, G t oon Jiank Mills, Mar shulllon, 1 »ol. this in h ns to to tu ft:i h of a 8 loo 57 8 88 of ami animals Huit thrill, :ittl cars to ak 107 CHAMDKRS On April 8flth. 18)2, Humiah '* ,M . ..r*;d 5 > yi Relatives aud d Du* tun. rat fr No «i'-M Jetrci r ti-rnoou I 8 o clock. •Jiiini-s Cemetery, Newport. KKNNLY. mi April 87. 1898. of John Ki-iinc-> , und daughter tin and Culhuruie .Mcliuu.mgh, years. Ri-latlves and friends are Invllod to fund her funeral irum Die resident? her liiiHiiitinl, No 8i>2 \\ «•• Sainrdas morning at 9o'eloek. lIUli Nt. I'eter a Ctiurch. Intcrmuiii • Invited la»o résidence, Thursday af liituriuuut t. Mar lit! M » I CuDietlral « « WILSON'S A UNDERTAKING ROOMS, of W. 6 t G KING ST. signal 108. Up Tcloph nil night, oral Director. J. A. Wil . F J. 13. MARTIN, rurnisliin^ Undertaker and Km balm er, NO. 607 SHIPLEY STREET. •àTNight calls uttonded to prompUy I T HUAI Ab MlTCilKJLL. UNDERTAKER, NO. 412 KINC STREET. 1105 Madison street. Oliicc 818 rosl irTili -phone ; ! donee. ftJti. . . I W ' 1 I r ANTED— A trou ta nur«ery stock. ; Nurscryiiu ii. itoch« cliolco Write «in ieK ami Mldre-« May 11 rot her», r. N. Y.; STY COM MISSION Kit IN SECOND 1» 1ST HIC'T, OR JUSIU'H E. MARTIN, ; iii»miuaDou/jf tho Ucpub Flihjcl li I i v. jy* Ht UOAIM'OMMISSION ERot OllltiS TIANA HIN • l>. ELLIS HICKS. SnbJ«-et to 1 lie nomination pOR COUNTY COMMISSI ON ER DISTRICT, ROHKRT SUTTON, Niibjeo p-Olt SHERIFF NEW GAKTLK 4'OL'NTY, PI IRCK GOULD, • 1)«'< I«Ioii «il tho Itepubll if Die l*< , 1 rant «ratio K« T Huliject J4 F0H SHERIH WILLIAM J. LANK, « itUISTTANA .. oeiHion tl««* Itepuhli I SHERIFF CASTI.i; COUNTY, :;«iton ilL't;itiu:i». Caiimu lUEr., , i.i tho of D« « R. 1. iVI( H )DY, FOR SHERIFF. •**l>. D.* pne n i. it II I V CASTLE COUNTY. HORACE G. RETTKW. t« lt l ho r« «p«*ci fully FOR SHEklrr PAUL IjILLIS, «M While t ally the« k llninli-od. the Nomiintliiin ul llppnt»lh'un I'm ly. subject . pOR SHERIFF, ALEX. bi:ggs, W it.Mi> « ,"i « ' n, Del. !88-tf pCR CORONER AlITIHDD. YAjNDEYER, subject ! Die it «put» U 98 j j. OUCOUNTYCOMMIsSIONER .|;ldUA D VVUl. D'vVÀRD, >DTH the Nommât tun llcuti Party. i .I'P'TIANA 111 NDUED. Kuhj •ft 5 ucel-luli of the Heptibll -lut* cun i F ÜR ' 'NT Y • »MMISSlONEIt THlï FlltbT DISTltu T, NEW CAS ..i; COUNT V, RiCIl. G. BUCKINGHAM Biihjeet tu Da» Decision of t lie H«*p »bll -- party. i «HimFT'S SALR-BT TIRTUE QF A ► writ of Le?®ri Faolaa, to me dfreot , will be «kpoMd to public sale, at t.... >urt House, ou Market street betweon a a H a I !. ourt House, vu •»«««. jSllfli and Kleventh atroota, in the city of *llmlngtou. New Cast le county, Del., ON SATURDAY. THE 14th PAY OF MAY, 180^ At 2 o'clock p. in.. Tho folb wing described real estate, viz! All that certain tract piece of laud ihn buildings and luiprovcinenln thereon erectoJ, situate, lying and being in the hundred and county tie. In the State of Delaware, being Ne tiie tract known "Bprlng Gardon Farm." and a portion of Die tract known an Die "Milo House Farm," and bounded and described according h recent survey mudothcreof in one tract, ns follows, to wit: beginning at a point on the low water Hue of the Delaware river, h o »ruer of tho Hue of grecs west «1 perches and ft 10 of a pore I to tho contre of «aid Mill Crook; tireur along tho centre following cours«'» and disianeos north ftU to the river 1 tu in utes lute of Thomas T. TusUor, Hr., extoudingaloiig the said low water Mouth 7-1 ile Delaware Mill Crook the ".'i iierchcsaiid H loot u pcrcli •auk north ÜH degrees null 15 •8H pcrelieg and 7 10 «d a side of the Hamburg road north IT degree« and Iftmlmitod wesi ft:i perches mid 85-100 degree.-« a id Ift niinuteM went 39 porche» ft 10 of a perch itnd north 7ft «logrocH und 1ft mlnutCM west ftft perches and i> h perch; tlienee partly along the centre of a ditch and partly along land of E. ti. Hill and others. I lie followiiigcoiii'Bos and «liKtauces north 1ft degrees and Ift minutes ■st Mi po etics u< minutes porch, crossing Dm niilrond, north «de grees 4ft minutes oast ft porches and 9 10 of a perch,north 87 «legrere 47 min utes oust 8 pennies and 75 tlogrees 4ft uilnut4»s east M perches loo of u perch,north MJ «logions to minutes 88 perches and 85-100 of u perch, 57 degrees 4ft minutes east 81 porches and a p«*rch. mirth 47 degrees east. 8 peroben, mul tli 43 degree« 45 iiiliiiitrs ea«t 8 perches, mirth 44 degrees 4ft miiiuteseast 88 perclios und ft 10 •legroos 1ft minutes east 8 perches and 5- 1*» of a perch, and north 41 dvgie« 1 « mid 45 muiiiics «-list 89 perches ami 0 10 of a porch to Dio Commons bind, und thoiico along Dio sumo south 78 «logrees und 4ft Di«* perc : a per« 10 dugr 83 perdics anil 4 ami 80 ot h perch, north S porch, north 08 I 4 1 south iM dug rues uti-s oust :17 perches ntnl 8 ID of a porch sal t Thomas T. Ta-ker, a linn Die dl.-mim o of 1950 stile I 3D peren. Is Senior; Du-nee along Dies; parallel with and at feet weslivnnlly IT Washington 107 perche-» ami 1 Mol a pei»li tot hoc tru of tin* Dcuiwnro railroad; hoiiDi as degree« mid 30 ni I mile» west nlona -•eeiilreof -aid railroad 81 perches and a a perch to a point a cor. of oilier the «aid Thomas T. Tasker, Sent ie along tiie tho boiiRi 83 degrees land parulicl with and feet side the distance of 8.'W8 •he» westward from the Washington < nmiiH'i ring ■S tlierew of a of li«'giiinlng. contulii ■II of iaiul • le»», excepting and pcrcli »'n tin* pi mg 309 acres ui lit! Ill« 1 reserving lhere eontaine I within the limit«'»ml bound« Newt ustlo and Fr •uted all ;reof •litnwn ;iitid e\eept mg that pier I I laid • tl c . d loll fug mill «li'cd A pril Stephen f. M. T A. I».. 1-.». ami »rtlin s ofttce for . dated recofd«'«l in Do«*«i l(«'(-ord !.. vol Die Delaware Iron Company, containing about 2Hi acre of land. til ing Dio sumo lands and premises which w« I>• «»»nveye«i to tho «Hid Elmer W. ('lurk by tlced of Idi/ahc ■k. l»'Uriug even dute Hercwtlh. but in -tg ige being give a tit. •u»v t ho sui t »ami dellar t I: til" putt payment 4her outbuildings thore el cited. owl mid taken Rachel M. Clutk. Hduiiuis '. ( ark. ducoascil, and surviving monguK«»r ' iio teiiuut. and WILLIAM SIMMONS, Sh* lift, sheriff's (Miles. Wilmington, April 87th, the property I rut rlx of I liner Huclii l M. i lark, Allen. Held by jjt : hem sa I will sott at LK OF STOCK. Hootli'e Cor pul lie sale. ON MONDAY, MAY 2, 1898, •fully solccmd dairy cows. •le I» oil-. ■ ul young horse.«. Bultnblo f «> • w «•o, thrifty «•k rill The at »ovo sb . I « , . h> l w°* l.DV. IN. i 1 V. IÎA J. I ». Howard & Soil, i i ANTED A er. Ap. Ni». U E. 'it it street. Pl> ; I mm assLAcn.^1: Nun's Veiling, Prlncetta Henrietta, Clarietta, Convent Cloth, Rhadames, T rlcotine, Wlcrvilloux, Cashmoro Orap'd'AIrr.a, Courtland Crapes Cros Crain Rhadama. The best black goods to wear The best black goods to buy. The best assortment here. Fourth and Market Sts Armure, Satin d'Lyon, UndineCloth, Satin Louiscnne LOT FOR SALE in LO M 15 A R D Y C KM ET E R Y, near Wilmington, til l Mark f r-ly BED.H,HOLLIS NO. 9 E, FOURTH STREET, ssE£*3fs:-ASSsa»a ■ ■■■■■■■■■■ CARPET, 8 I FURNITURE, STOVES, I GASOLINE STOVES, Lrefrigerators^I ] | Cash or Installments The Markets, Next Saturday will be the last day that the markets will be on the West side of King and Madison streets. Clerk of the Market Hmeltz has al ready marked the spaces on the East side, and given notlco that no now ap plication will be considered until af ter May l. This Is but right ami prop er, ns 11 gives thoso who have attended tho market for years a chance to se cure their old stands. Eve:yHilng In season was offered for salo this morning, und the ruling prices were as follows: Butter, 35 to 40 cents a pound; eggs, 1« to ltf cents a dozen; white potatoes, 10 to 12 conts a half peck, or 25 to 30 cents a basket; sweet potatoes, 5 to 13 cents u half book, or 20 to 30 cents a basket; spin •h and kale, 10 to 12 cents a half peck; parsnips. 5 conts a bunch; nips, 5 cents u half peck; lettuce, 3 to H cents u head; eabbugo. 4 to 0 cents a head for old. and M to 10 cents u head for new Southern; tomatoes. 10 to 15 conts u quart; horse-radish,3 to Ü cents a btick'.ohickons, 14 to lOcenlsa pound; oyster plants. Hi cents a bunch. There is a splendid supply of fish, and shad plentiful. Tho Hsh dealers on King street be low Second sold shad at. from 30 to 10 conts each: sturgeon. 10 cents a pound; cat lish, two pounds for a quarter; white porch, 10 to 15 cents ustring,and other varieties at equally low rates. Tho nmrket is well supplied with all kinds of moat, and the prices will suit everybody. There was Imef, veal, mutton und pork in abundance, and the prices ranged according to the cuts and qualities. T. coining in quite e«l of Surprise 1'urty, Miss Mary E. Brown, residing at No. S West Twelfth street, reached nor 18th birthday yesterday,and last night, c;. tlroly unexpected, a largo number of hor friends culled and presented their congratulations. A large number of valuable presents were left with Miss Brown, and about 10 o'clock u luxuri ous collation was served. Amongst those present were: J. W. Gumby, Ratio M. Chambers, Charles II. View, Cordelia E. Peuncwell, Sadie .1. Hull, Emmu.l. View, Mrs. Henrietta Clay, Mr. W. H. Clay, J. II, Young. C II. Gout, Charles K. Mason,Sewoll llodges and Lossio Williams. The convention of the State Fire men's Association will be hold ut Mid dletown on tho 11th of May. /*•» An eruption, *) v Ho matter how Ï j J , -t'j V slight, warns you every who »res it that your blood isn't pure, if you' you'll heed th«' warn ing. You'll look al»out for ^ u remedy. And tliis is what you'll find : plenty of medicines advertised to purify tho blood, but just ono that's guaranteei^eaul that is Dr. Pierce's Golden Modiotü Discovery. It's a medicino that <Iocs what is prom ised for it—that's tho reason. It muses every organ into healthy action, purifies and cleanses ( /r/\ ^>3 riches tho blood, und through it i renew« the entire system. All Blood, Skin ruid Sculp Diseases, from a common eruption to tlto worst Scrofula it. For Tetter, Salt-rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boil«, Carbuncles, Enlarged Glands Tumors, and Swellings, it's ap unequal oil remedy. If it doesn't benefit case, you huvo your money back. cured bv a , in every QIIEU1FF S SALE — BY VIRTUK OF »4 a writ of I.uvari Faelii«, to me dt reeled, will I»« oxpo««*«l Tenth c t^ of Wilmington, THE to |>ul)llo sale. Market between Eleventh street«, in the New Castle county. t House, i N SATURDAY, OF MAY, 1*93, a I». Al 2oVlock. )». in. The following «Inscribed real estate,viz with the buildings therooit erected situ in tho < itv ot Wtliniualon, lioundcd and described lluwh»» 1 All tliut ci-rtaiu loi fellow .«. rormed by Die ) ouslei ly «bl« of 3ack ■outlierly Bide of ; tbunco I'lcuitunt tho westerly side of u Fioast 80 toe •ly ulong saiil .«idi 3-foet wt«b« southerly tlienco westerly and and h i out said Hitlo of Jack»« thereby northerly ngsaid alley allot 88 feet 1 tlionco i ho place •tits thereof feet i of beginning be tIio c w hat Duty may w i seized and tnkoi property ol Mmy H. Ford, udn. It lx of Thomas h<>i'<l,<looim«od,and Mary vivlng mortgagor und riiilip WVI,1.1am # 1 M NS.s 1. »t ; Ford, Rhoriff's Dfltce, >S ilmingtou, April 27, l >92 OHEUIFF'S KALE—BY IT UK OF writ of l.ev cum» to e l to publie Muikot »I roet, between « trouts, In tlto city Wilmington, New « :<si lo county, Dob, , Will 1)0 "X Tenth ami Kiev« at tho ON SAIL' UD AY, TH K 141 it DAY OF MAY, 1892, At 2 o'clock, p. lit., Tlto following 'described , piece or parcel All that cer »itiiatod in tin* clyt « r Wilmington. ■ of land ot T. •rly »t«l«» «»f Pino ' • Of 40 buildings » rooted Beginning J.llei >tio«*t and .orthwardly f »bln of sixth »tract thencu »»Id 'mad o a!Id with tiorihcrly tiding eastwurdly par U Olvi'liug Dil« from land Ssuiuel McCnully 13 f«: -t h', t cot mir of land gi an t«!«l • tho 5« dcgivos west parallel w tbo oasterly sulo of Pine st root thence thureby 8 foot S'4 inches iitaining within q»h L tliut lot Klxth street :oi-ly j»Ih«*u of hogitiuliia su bl I oiitid.« Ittfl f«*«*t more Ketzed ami pr«>l<eiiy of Bi blKol McKolvln and t.tts, »l't by ILL!AM SIMMONS. Stieriff's Office, >V ilmington, April 27, 1S92. tt-27 Dio ken 1 ShrrilT. 'al FIFTH EDITH. % Opened l.imt Night. Tho bazaar of the Warren Athletic poned lust evening at Institute The room is handsomely decor* blooming plants, wldlo from the centre of the celling yellow and black colors extended to the corners of the room. There are a number of booths, oaoh of which is decorated with Club Hall. ated with flowers and I different colored bunting. Thoso booths are la charge as follows: Flowers, light blue. Miss Florence Servlsoii; lemonade, yellow, black, red, white, pink, light green ami blue, har moniously arranged, Charles Spuuk und Harry Betts; candy, blue and white, George L. Ferguson, H. Aslien bucli, Tim mus Davis and Miss Elsie Ferguson; light lunch, pink, C.lLHulf, Miss Hadis Havener and Miss Florle ftn: w^ in, L light green and white, Willium MoCuir«.*rty, Miss Ijiura Mat thews, Miss Maggie McLaughlin. Miss May Lynlng and Miss Maggie Curran; sporting, blue and pink, (J. Melchior and B. F. McDaniel; fancy yellow and i black, Louis I lance,H. D. kohldurimtu and Edward P. McKay; misomlaneoub, rod and white, Louis McC all, Mrs Kl T. Yuruall and Alls» McCall. MM Many .Shipment«. Martin Schlager, who lias establish e«l a moat packing establishment at No. 5 East Fourth street, made hoiuo heavy sliipinonta to Germnny to-«luy «■ lid sent to Rotterdam, by tiis steamer Swltzorland, which left Philadelphia tins morning. 35 tier«es of tioef, 44 tubs of lur«l,5 tierces of tallow,40 tierces a of beef hams, 6 tierces of shoulders and 22,000 pounds of pork, lie hus ther large shipment to make next week, and tils hands are kept busy day and night. The superior quality of the moat shipped by Mr. Schlager hoa created a demand which Is keeping ^ him busy to fill. The best cuts are sold uL ins place, N«>. 5 East Fourth « A street, at tiie lowest price, and that iipproc.iutoil. is shown by Um luct tlmt the store morning, lim same as It Is aliuos every day. th crowded this Scott'» .tlUnlonM. sises of an Interesting character were held In .Scott M. E. Church last evening lo raise mission*' . ary funds. Thu parts Included: Hing ing by congregation, Ü30, 3 versos; % prayer by Rev. Joint Franoe; scripture lesson by pastor. A. 17th chapter lflth. t<» Um» 30 verses; hinging by congrega tion, 033, 2 verses; select reading, "An Appeal,' 1 Mrs ( Ha Haddock; reading, "A Heathen Wedding," Mins Margaret Caldwll; recitation. Ethel Davis; solo. Miss Maud Hollingshoad; solo, Mr. C. Marion Leltch; select reading, "Becky s Experience ut Slackvllle," bv Miss Clara Locke:reuding, "The Japan Earthquake." by Miss Irono Hepbron; collection; duet. Miss Anna Richard son and Mr. (J. Marlon Loiteh; recitat ion, "leaving them to God,''by Ida Black; doxology und bénédiction. Public < rin« Hume»«. William C. Draper, iiarnoss-mtker. No. 1U1 West Eighth street, hus just completed six double sets of harness fortlie Germantown, Pa , Ice Manu facturing!'ompiuiy which for strength, beauty and stylo of bcuuty cannot bo excelled. They heavily brass mounted and have all Ihe modorn im provements of harness, and tho style of work upon them roliocts tho great est credit upon Mr. Draper und hil employees. Mr. Draper made one set of harnest some three mouths ago for the same company, which pleased tin* tliut lie received tho largost order jusl completed. Mr. Draper lias been but a short time in business In tills olty. but tiie tine burnoBH in* is turning out is nttruoting general attention. Anotlicr Surprise, A pleasant surprise oiling at tho Imtuo of Thomas Slat tery, No. 4id Spruco street. Amowg Diose preBsnt wore. Mlsfe.n Nollla Blattory, Annie Kelley,Matuie Leonard, Mary Doughteiy. Annio .Savillo, Mama L'oneil. Matnio lJanoly, May (Tossan. Lizzio Johnson, Mums Murphy. Annia Cochran, Katie Ijoonard. Maggie Con '. Matnio Conner. Mcbsi's. John Slnttory, John Spencer. Henry Savillo, George Johnson. Will Hnneiy, Thomas Johnson. Thomas Leonand, Charles Sa\ ille.John Ke given lost ly.Jas. Kune, Victor Holebock, Amlli Holobeok. Will Hase, Mr. James Kano aud wlfo ot i'liiludsi pkia. A Now Creamery. W. r. Roybold, proprietor of th® creamery formerly located at Fourth and Khipley street,«, has removed his establishment to No. 707 West Front stroot. where ho has permanently es tabllshetf himself In lds business. H® bought a lot IUÜ feet square from Fell »t Joseph upon which ho lu story building 87x40 feet supplied with all the modern conveniences for tlu* manufacture of creamery butter. Helms sunk a wo II which affonls him ply *»f clear, cold water in tiis business. ted his premises abuiuluut sup necossary New«i».tpei-» IVuHtml. 'J here ar P., W. A B. depot for tho reception of cast off newsp ipers to bo sent to th® Alms House and tho State Insane Asylum for tho bonetitoftlie inmates. Tho man who used to cull for them has ceased his visits. Tho boxes hav® been tllleil and pilod outside and they huvo to bo taken away in barrels to prevent an a<-«-uinulati<»n. I ne authorities at tho railroad ofB 003, ami Hits public also would like to know why tho papers are not called for. locked boxes at th® The AV eu ther. To-morrow prom isos to be from • partly cloudy to fair, and rathor warm* er. followed bv rain. Friday, partly cloudy, with tHighl thermal changea, und ruin in the lake regions* aud ad joining country. State of Thermometer at th® UuruBhicAN oilico to-day. In tht shade: 10o'clock: 12 o'clock: 2o'olook 63 t'»4 66 Mat riiuonial. David S. Klalr, of thta city, and Misa e married on th® Clara Woodwurd, 14th of April, at the reablonco of th® 1 »rido's put ante, at Montchuuiu, uiul®. tlana hundred, by ltov. James T. Mar shall. The huppy couple have returi^ e«l from tholr woddlng tour aud will reside ut No. 123« West street. An Alarm of fire, Tho alarm of flro about 12 o'oloe to-day, was caused by the burning o| a pile of paper in the yard of th® Ijiitfago Beef Company at Front and Tàtnall street®. The lire compuule® turned out but did no go Into scrvlde* a lUimlnifl' Krudlcwteil and pre\ unioJ t»y LcAVitKLhB Au. Balia it la delightfully cooling, refreshing »tunuluting. Cures Itching of scalp, stop® hair coming out. ÖÜc. ahd $1,00, at drug* gists. I Dry goods and groceries at the low* est prices at the boutheust coruef Tenth and Clayton streets. Lank m Ä« Co.