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THE WILMINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN.' rr— PRICE ONE CENT. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, Till USD AY, MAY 12, 1892.' PRICE ONE CENT: filOIlHG IN RUSSIA. in bo Uany Stores Bobbed and Valuablo Buildings Burned, A HUMBLE KILLED AND WOUNDED. Manufacturer«, Their Bookkeeper* aitd the Jewish Itesiflei t inis - The Corpses Mutilated in a Horrible Manner— Hundreds of the Strikers Arrested. ts the Vic St. Petrtisrubq, May 12.—Additional details received from the scene of dis* ©i dors show that a terrible state of af fairs has prevailed at Lodz. The dis patches say that the strikers, besides looting and demolishing valuable prop erty, set fire to the buildings, and that only for the zeal displayed by the fire brigades prevented the whole town from being burned to tho ground. The united forces of the military and police were ]>oworless against the mob, and were unable to prevent them from offering violence to the manufacturers of the place, the bookkeepers employed in tlio factories and the Jttrish residents. These persons were mercilessly felled and stabbed by the desperate rioters. Ten of them were killed outright, and 100 were badly injured and had to bo carried to the hospital. The bloodthirsty ferocity displayed by the strikers in their attacks on those who had incurred their enmity is show n witnessed by a incident which during the heat of the rioting. A Jew had been assailed by a crowd of the strikers. He had been beaten arid stabbed ground, and was in imminent danger of having the life crushed out «ff him. A policeman attracted to the scene by the howling of the mob and the cries for help uttered by the victim forced his way through the maddened crowd rounding the unfortunate Jew and at tempted to save the man from their fury. Ho succeeded in lifting the Jew's bleeding form from the ground, and with his arms about him tried to shield him iront blows aimed at him on every side. All his efforts were of no avail, however, for the ruthless mob closed in on the two men, and the Jew was beaten to death with clubs as he clung to the officer for the protection which he was powerless to give. The rioters were not content to numb* their victims, but even after death they vented their hate on them by mutilating the corpses in a horrible manner. The Cossacks and other soldiers who were sent to Lodz to quell the disturb ance appeared to take delight in the scenes of blood which were visible every hand, ami took no trouble to avert the terrible fate of tho assailed Jew ,. All the rb.lers were maddened with drink, and in tho work of destruction of i»fe and property in which they were engaged they seemed to have lost con trol of themselves. The newspapers do not contain a word iconnt of i flung prostrate to the in reference to the riots the strict censorship which is exercised. A large force of soldiers have been de tailed for duty in Lodz, and all the pro prietors of hotels and factories in the town will have to pay heavily for mili tary protection. The Cossacks wield knouts with iron balls attached, and In »oppressing the disorders they ing bloodshed everywhere with these formidable weapons. Muudreds of the fitrikers have been imprisoned in the cita<lcl. General Qourko, governor of Wars:.,,, which is seventy-five miles from Lodz, wired orders to the soldiers to take the most stringent measures to put un end to the acta of lawlessness, and in one of bis messages he added tho significant sentence: "Don't spare your cartridges." Warsaw, May 12.— 1 The excitement caused by the labor troubles at Lodz, and tho attendant Jew bailing there, bas not yet abated, though there i fear of a r cans • •wid of the disorders. The jrttTfcoritics have taken active step.; to punish the rioter»., and it is believed that the puuisbiuent inflicted upon the ringleaders will have a salutary effect tip» 11 thou® who are inclined to muks trouble. Young Men Drowned. Rh*LY, (>., May 12. — Robert and Thomas Stausbury three young river in a johuboat ut Ravenna when a •tourner came along. The waves from the latter dashed the younger Stausbury was so f rightened that he jumped into the river. His brother went after him to try to save bim und b«>th were drowned. The boat was upset, but Kinner held to it and was rescued. Thu Stansburys lived ut "Wuhlsburg, this county. Twi 1 Willi; Kinner, •ere crossing the the johuboat; Memphis, May 12.—The deep convention was called to order by Judg Latham, who delivered an address of welcome to the delegates. Governor Buchanan, of Tennessee, responded. Among the prominent delegates art: Sen ators Voorlie« a. Butler and Harris, and Governor Eagle, of Arkansas. The ob ject of the convention ts to secure deep water as far as Memphis, iu order that ocean steamers may arrive and depart from this city at any season of the year. Alleged Embezzler Released. CiircsTHn, Pa., May 12.—Henry H. Barr, the alleged embezzler of $9,800 from the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad company, of which he was tlio agent in this city, was released from jail yesterday. His physical condition serious from tin attack of pneu monia that a reduction of bail fr $10,0(H) to $2,000 was allowed and ity entered. U secur .. Took Eye I.otion f*or M.'dicine. Lancastku, Muy 13.—Amelia Wil der, ef nine Ball, is diuiKeronsly ill, the result of taking the wrong medicine. Fiie was doctoring for her eyes and also taking medicine inwardly. Through mistake she drank a large dose of tli •ye lotion aud was iu spasms i minutes. Medical aid was summoned, and there is some hope of saving her life. NOTABLE DEATHS. GKTTvsnmtj, Pa.. May 12.—Simon J. pljlor, late proprietor of tho McClellan house, t his place, died yosterday iu the •8«] year of his age. He weighed nearly WILL CLEVELAND WITHDRAW? Eal<l to Favor Ex-Goveruor Campbell a Candidate. Washington, May 12.—A Columbus, O., special to The Evening Star says ex Governor Campbell has received some news from friends which has caused a flurry among his political friends here, i hurried conference of his | confidential advisors, to whom he con fided his telegram, and asked their ad vice. It was decided that the situation in the east regarding tho Democratic presidential nomination was such aa to make it advisable for the ex-governor to bo on hand to look after his interests, and he will probably leave for New York as soon as he can arrange his^b usi nons interests to absent. It is understood that the ex-governor has been informed that Mr. Cleveland has become convinced that it will be impossible for either Hill or himself to carry New York, and that diilate must be selected, and that he had determined to write a letter to this effect and it will shortly appear. In that letter lie will discreetly allude to the troubles of the New York Democ racy, and gracefully withdraw from the race, but in doing so will place the tar iff question right at the front in the issues of the day and depreciate the dis cussion of the silver question at this time. No reference to the candidate will be made iu the letter, but it is deretood that Mr. Cleveland will quietly throw all his influence to Governor Campbell, who he admires alike for his personal qualities and poiitical opinion. Them can Wann maker In vires Investigation. Washington, May 12.—Representa tive Henderson, of North Carolina, chairman of the committee on postoffice and post roads, is in receipt of the fol lowing letter from Postmaster General by The Congres sional Record that a memorial intro duced by you in the house in regard to investigation of the charges alleged gainst nostoffice officials in relation to proposed pneumatic tube service in Philadelphia has been referred to your committee and that you are reported in the newspapers as having stated that your committee would make vestigation. This is to ask the favor of a copy of the memorial as early as con venient, and to urgently request that your committee will investigate the matter as speedily as possible." Wananinker: in Plot Again«! Spain. Paris, May 12.—The Lanterne that during the disturbances i Inst November Germ; Morocco j proposed to Eugland that Spain should intervene iu Morocco, Great Britain and Germany should forcibly oppose Spain, blockade the Spanish coasts, bombard B.ircel« ami occupy the Balearic and Canary is lands. On the c>inclusion of peace, The Lanterne adds, Morocco and tue Canary islands would lie divided between Great Britain and Germany. Tripoli, nccord g to the paper, was to bo given to Italy. In pursuance of these negotiations Great Britain and Germany addressed a •ing note to Spain, which country, warned of the plot by Austria, aban doned the idea of intervention. Passenger Railway Enjoined. Wti.UAMsroRT, Pa.. May 13. — The Junction Passenger Railway injunction against the iamsport Passenger Rail wav company, restraining the latter from laying their tracks 7 p m Market street, this city. The pétroliers were recently granted a charter, and on Monday night secured permission from councils to lay their the disputed street. By virtue bouml charter tho respond ent's claim they have the right to oc cupy any street in the city, and they have about half a mile of tracks laid. ra: 1ms filed ; tracks • l Coi.i Mm.v. Pa.. May 12.—The animal convention of the Stute Sunday School session. A large present fr Rev. A. 13. Deit ad »ffort a feature iu Rev. J. A. associât i< her of delegates are sections of the state, rich, of Harrisburg, delivered dress on "To wliut extent shall Ih* to make entertainment Sunday .»chool work." Ryter, of Mount ville, spol all •ra' dilliculti« ) «>us reports »reread and Rev. ado "Old Testament geography." a Sunday school work J. K. Wagner, of Blue Rock, address I n it 0(1 Si a rs Cruiser Launched. Bath, Me.. May 12.—About five thous and persons witnessed the launching of the United States gunboat cruiser No. 0, anted tlio Castine, at the Bath iron ■1 was gayly decorated ado works. The v with bunting and launch. Mis the christening ceremony, and satisfactory Hichborn, daughter of •oi «Rruetor, performed tho thelaunch g party wore many of the society peo ple ol Bath, Brunswick and other towns. Tl»« \Vr< •ked Florida. Atlantic City. May 12.—A large por tion of the wrecked steamer Florida, which went ashore here about two weeks ago, drifted up against the board walk at the foot «ff Georgia avenue ut a late hour yestenluy afternoon and dam ugeil that structure to the extent of $T>00. suffered c Adjoining private property also onsiderable loss. Killed by u F BniDOETON, N. J.. May 13.—Enos E. Bacon, a prominent citizen of Green wich. was struck by a freight train near the station at that place and instantly killed. iglit Train. Ordered to Behring Sea. Washington. May 12.—The secretary of the navy has ordered the Yorktown, Mohican, Ad; Port Townseud to Behring sea. atnl Rush to sail fro NUGGETS OF NEWS. Mrs. Finley, agsil K 0 years, of Sowan towu, Md., hanged herself day. The dared in favor of Holes for president. J. II. Shields, !.. M Martin, Edward Camp bell and J. F. Duucontbe delegates at large. It is said tl at Jay C!nul«l has secured control of the Pecos Vulley railroad, New Mexico. Joseph M. Sehooly, committed suicide iu Wednesday. Wed ties lc convention do l ». captain of police, Philadelphia flLTflfd M ;T k jj Business Before tho Session cl tho Conference. FOR EQUALITY IN KUPRESriTTATIO-I A Committee AppolTllMl Dr legation to tin* I'r«*aby (eilati tion ernl Assembly of Attend the C« co—Colored Delegates Not ii r of Separat ion. Invite fere la Omaha, May 13.—Bishop Joyce pied the presiding officer's chair in the Methodist Episcopal conference. The devotional services were conducted by Itev. F. B. Sheppard, of tho Now York conference. The rules were sjtended to hear a t he ten repnrtfrom the committee tenuial of the general conference of the Methodist church. Tho report recom •mied that a special service be held on a centennial the evening of May 17 service. The report alsp recommended that efforts 1*» made to collect tho fact» connected with the conference of 1792, as the official journal of the conference was lost. The report was adopted. Invitation to tho PrcNhyterinns. Dr. Kynet moved that a committee tie appointed to meet the delegation to tho Presbyterian general assembly, who pass through Omaha today on iho way to Portland, Or«»., and invite them to visit the general conference. Carried. Dr. E. J. Cray, of Pennsylvania, in troduced a resolution to change the rules so as to giv«.* the different boards author ity to elect the official editors, secre taries of the auxiliary department su perintendents of the book concern and other officers usually elected by the general conference. II«.* supported tho résolut! which he sui«1, ius were unknown to a iusioritv of the del egates, he thought that the various boards could elect these officers with more intelligence and satisfaction to all concerned. Referred to the committee temporal economy. Dr. Gray ulso introduced a resolution calling upon the committee pa«-y ... the advisability trifling the whole territory of the church into as many districts as there ; effective bishops, less assign to each bishop, except Un» senior bishop, a prescrite! district for the term of four years instead of leaving the bishops to divide the work as they do at Referred to committee very practical « 1 » .•st of thecauditlatcs •h. i 1 to present. episcopucy. Dr. W. F. Warren, of Bo.ston, intro duce«! a resolution to have committee appointed to revise tho open ing chapter of the discipline, which treats of the church. The paper was referred t<> the committee uml Dr. Warren w mit tee. capable igiti and history of tho revision of the discipline, added to the com Want E«|tin! Representation. Tho lay delegates, through John Field, of Philadelphia, presented a memorial asking for equal representation in con ference«. A resolution asking that seven bishops, five ministers and five laymen be ap pointed to attend tho general conference of the M. E. Church South and lay be fore it tho action of this general confer- j ence, which believes that the interests of the church will he increased by the ulgumution of the church north and south, was referred to a special com mit foe. At a meeting of the Episcopacy mittee of the general conference hold in tho afternoon, a sub-corn mittee brought in a resolution to the effect that though before the expiration of tlie next quad rienuial, some of the bishops would probably be unable to perform their duties, yet that the election of more bishops at this conference was not necessary. No action on tins- part »ff the report was taken further than tho nd part of the report recommends that Episco pal residences be established in Europe, Asia, at Seattle, Washington, nnd at Detroit, Mich. It als«) recommended that the present residences at Topeka, Cincinnati, Buffolo and Fort Worth he abolished. All tb) bishops were heard on this proposition and all agreed that •li action would be to the detriment of the church. Several members of the sub-commit tee professed to have been converted by the remarks of the bisho as offered by the c< lored delegates repudiating rumors that the colored people are trying to effort a separation and organize a church of their own. The resolution was referred to a committee. The report of the «• stitutioual commission \Vas then taken up and a protracted debate followed re specting the constitutional status of lay delegates. Discussion of the report was pending when t he conference adjourned. * acceptance of it. The s S: A •soluti Locoinottvo Engineers* Hrot Itci'Ii o« »d. Atlanta, (3a., May 12.—The twenty eighth international convention of tlx Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers is ;8sion at Degive's ( Jpora house. There attendance 490 delegates to the Brotherhood and 288 t«> the Grand In ternational Female Auxiliary. Tin.» an al address was delivered by P. M. Ar thur. The organization has increased until it numbers 4.009 subdivisions, with a membership of 80,000. The auxiliary, composed entirely of holies, was organ 1*88. Rs object is to promote fraternal love ami render nid i need. A fund has been started to build a home for engineers''orphans. Coasting Accident. Lancaster. Pa., Ma •ntlis ago John Rol; 88 years old, was injured i accident, ilia mind bee and three weeks ago he was placed i the county insane asylum. Hew; of the most violent patients ever in that Institution. Tuesday Ik* became very ralnt, went to sleep at 8 o'clock in tho afternoon, aud was found dead in bed at b o'clock. Death fr« y 12.—Sixteen 1. of Marietta, coasting affecte«!, Cholera Epidemic in Cabtil. London. May 12.—A dispatch from Crtbul, capital of Afghanistan, states cholera is epidemic in that city. The Ameer has withdrawn from the palace, and is residing in a camp that has been established a little distance outside the walls. Details of tho Frightful Aouidont in Washington. TUS EXPL33I0N DUE TO THE GAS. The Second V.\ plosion" Witliin Tiv Mom lis - Fourteen Hollies A! All Terribly Burned *«I Not One ol' the ly Her« and Mm ilu er» Escaped. Mil Roslyn, Wash., May 12.—Later news of the terrible explosion which occurred tho announcement .* of tho miners is The accident oc curred about 1 o'clock in the afternoon, just after the shift had gone driver had just come out of the slope when a tremendous explosion The shock upset his car, knocked mules and driver down and bruised ado here coi. yesterday. Not supposed to be alive. . A icurred. man standing 100 feet away. The report was heard all over the town a mile away. An anxious crowd, which grew in size every minute, surrounded the mine. Hard ruiu was pouring down, hut the crowd heeded not. The number of men in the slope is not actually known, but it is known to be from forty-lour fcto titty. There is scarcely any possibility that • of them escupeil death. The slope in which the explosion occurred runs from No. 2 down to a point where the proposed shaft will be sunk, and is couple of thousand feet in length. F the past two months more or less danger has been connected with the . work iu this part of the slope, on account of the unusual generation of gas. Two air courses were in process of construction in the supposed vicinity of the ex plosion, with the intention of joining, and it is presumed that when the two courses met the explosion occurred. Persons who were at the opening of the -lope pronounced the concussion as terrible, it being sufficient to throw a coal car some «li-tance from a point where it was standing near the entrance. Great volumes of after damp and smoke rolled from the entrance, making tho approach dangerous. As soon as it possible to eutcr men set to work, but progress was impeded by smoke damp which the tunnel continued to emit. ing tlie Htnlics. 'dock the first bodies wero Hei At 4:80 reached, being those of John II John Campbell. After that the work progressed more rapidly,and ntO o'clock two other bodies were brought up, atnl at 7:8U two others, all terribly burned and mutilated. As progress was made, the frightful execution of the explo sion became mure manifest. Timbers were torn out for hundreds «ff feet, and tin* whole interior was fearfully wrecked. From trie bariul wreckage of the slope interior and the doubt as to the existence of tho tire in the lower l« v«d, there is no way of determining ail the bodies can be recov h ered. Eccond Explosion in Two Mi^ntli». This is the second gas explosion that lias occurred in the slope within tho past two months. The first résulté 1 in the death of a negro driver, to whose carelessness the accident was attributed at the time. Ex-Superintendent Ronald, who was in the employ of the company then, said the slope to an unusual degiee, and recom mended extraordinary precautions. It is stated that Acting Superintendent Harrison had been very curcfnl with the work, and cautioned the men to ob serve that their lamps were in proper shape when entering plac dangerous. At midnight fourteen bodies had been recovered and all identified. Work of re covery is very slow on account of the large body of gas. It is now almost cer tain ever}' man in the mine is killed und that the dead will reach forty-eight. Ro-lyn is in Kittitass county, about seventy miles east of Tacoma, it i a branch of tho Northern Pacific rail road,and basa population of about 1,500. i of the largest in division Pa capacity ork w danger posted us The ltosly the state, supplying the west«* of the Northern Pacific and Uni Cifle roads with coal, und has of 2U,0UU tons a day. THE KENTUCKY DERBY. Asora Wins the Race from Huron by a Nose. I. .le. Ky., May 12. —The cold cloudy W«'iitlicr kept the Htteiiduucc yesterday's <•■* somewhat under I he usual Derby day crowd. The track «uh iu (»ir couditiuu. In the Derby I»hii Dwyer u*bt. «. s pe.u-em. kcr and maintained tho lead l»> ihn-e to live lengths for half the distaoce. Here Bur took the lead by si raightened from the art ami Atturu cli>K'«l luiKth from Astra. W1 for the and Huron in Huron » a hummer and r. It looked ns if Asem got. se in front ut tho wire, however, und :i by a short head. Summary: *rc lapi»ed tongs race for tlio la<*t qu « «lead heat would be the result. I it i.i t . I . , , 'ttgs, selling B«»ttina. 1; John I.erkely. 2; Critic, 3. Time, 1.18^. Hec nii«l ruco, furluns- -Tonnt I.«»r«-. 1: Inquire. 2 ; Marmnduke, ;t Time, Thiol th« Kentucky Derby, l»-fe miles A/.era, 1 ; JI * I r« » I •, 2; I'hil Dwyer, 3. Time, 2.41 k*. Fourth i mile heats, selling Muuit Hmvurd, I: Ld I. - - be I by, 2; Johnnie (îruener, a. Time, l.JV. In Henate and House. W ashington. May 12. The Bimatc «.ccapicl It s. It up t„ 2 o'clock in taking up from thu chJ eiulnr und parsing a number of billnof no great ■al interest, and pussud th.* rest of the day '**1vo session iu considomtiou of the r l ench Extradition treaty. Tlu Lons« dc ' ut «*d all of the session to a further sideruti tu , of the general debate was sundry civil bill. Tb. cloned and nearly the whole \vum occupied by u diäctusioa of th of Mr. Holman, chairman uf thccoru strike ■•u m it tec luu.igraph appropriating |8nn,ww tor tbJpt.i ehasj of a site for the prop.i.sed mint at PhD« dclphia. This was tlnaiiy ugrci-d inittcuuf thu who lu by a vote of Ki to 02 . Mi Dlnglmin gave notice that i t*ould a»k tho yeas uml nays appropriât! i hi the bous* h< tho motion. A Strike Probable. Pittsburg, May 12.—The conductors, brakemen and telegraph oia-rators oi tho Pittsburg an«l Western railroad pre ben ted grievances to the officials of that Jan. 1, asking for an ad company vanee in wages of about 10 per cent. m °rc. The time for an answer from the company expires today. It cannot be learned tonight if the company will grant tho advance or if the men will strike if the company refuse to grant their demands. I THIS WILL i if. And It Wcr.ns You and Some O tilrr. V ! '! I :n , ; Pt?! «'Is« 1 f; OtT-SvS. ni a m •lu 11.1- : .«• I«« im j <* be /(/, \ « <0 \\ Inn you a We vr II loll y< tie! of yi r «Irmrtf st. Hr. GreenesNorvurn. »•!•■ rl ill reniPily. It. will res'ore •I bra rCcctnxuin .sound. crsries :» nd put v< vijtorou and lu-ultliy. It is und heul Hi-giving vegc •o norve strengt lie d vitalizing powers, ml vice. Hs« V« r rating It costs $1.co. 'lake g «vit renioily :«ml you will » Dr. I 'icelie's Ncrvuni. tlio Ui Mm. - 11 ! ! v^C YTP -».'MU A I.MOST Ct< \7.v VI afflicted NRRVOt'SX HAM. • live yean nervous a down sick with «'eiiiJity. Im I it. , but only got ef. / inc .. .V ri cinti, and it nir« •.s uf hr. * Mi NIC!,!,, lfh'4 Ward G reçue. •, Philadelphia, Pa. ecoasful spec «•uring all furnK of •s, No. 35 \V lallst vous and chronic dis« St rent, N personally, II I 111 HtlOllt v blank by lettei'. Cti insulte 1 fere. H.vinptom i«l a letter fully explaining Uvice, &e, will ' your «if» turiied tree. •mwss* t ! remedy. »(f. promut 1'bet ul.vtfunratiieMltfflmnM'a/aivfi'ie*. l'rlccdl «"« uidœOi •caieü I advice ivea Hit It, r. L'A' SJN.. ■» I'e ikble üikUtüM »HSfeNSHtüMtM a gru-K Axn vositivk a«-, r.r v "îïï Ä ti; .Marvfil.nu los tu« a. s rntor, «•nilrely L., «rurnntttdi. Cir tivu. IU >. C □ A L. MANS OF OU It H Y SELF SCREENING BINS, A i.i. Coat. il.lVEKKI» TO OlJH CCSTOMKIl* IS CLEANED OF DUST AND DIRT. Wc ore furnishing the best coals mined nnd at summer prices. G. W. BUSH k SONS CO FRENCH STREET WHARF. GEORGE It. McGALL CO, Agents for Lehigh Valley Coal9 Dealers In —• *-A LSI Liie. M. Centern 5 FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY, MARBLE CÜSX, CALCINE FLASTER End GOAT and CATTLE HAIR. George H, t!:M! Company, Tele pi OHiee** • r.i:;I*tli and Shipley nnd Foot of fourth .sti u n-i Spring Attractions. Popular Prices, Hats Caps, Trunks, Bags. Romford Bros 404 HARKET ST. PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE FLOUR. âWO' h AEaSbRIU Mrc Go. / T ry 1 1 and have White, Sweet end Nu tritious Bread. represented in Phil adelphia by JOS. F. REINHART, Ho. 23 South Front St I LOUR f; : LEA'S \ ifyÿ A f V Best Made Clothing in Philadelphia. May is a flowery month, but no flowery language is required ! to depict the lively whirl of our business. Nor aro extravagant phrases neccessary to describe our goods; the material speaks for itself, and our growing busi ness attests its wearing quali ties. Honest goods nnd moderate prices give a go to everything ' we handle. I A. C. YATES & CO., Cor. 13th and Chestnut Sts., j Philadelphia. OEE nnd more every day, adding to the already large number of orders at both stores, 924 Chestnut street and Sixth and Market streets. In tho thirty years' experi ence in Clothes-making and si lling we never were ablo to give such great value as these Genuine Scotch, Irish, English and German Homo s]nms, Cheviots, Cassiincres, Tweeds and Worsteds. Hun dreds of patterns to select from — dark medium and light colors. Another great advantage —some of them are medium weights for late Spring or early Fall wear. Great Suits for traveling pur poses, outing, tourists and hard wear. Greatest of all, the price. Yes, Made to Measure, 818. M Wanamaker& Brown OAK HALL, SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS Philadelphia. Call or write for samples. G. fl. JENKINS, BUYS OLD _ „ , _ No. 4 COLD E. THIRD ST., WIL. DEL. AND SILVER J. B. MARTIN, Furnishing Undertaker and Em balmer, NO. 607 SHIPLEY STREET. Cf'Xight eaioi Attend «a •»aiyU? J ' AT 111 A )>l> :* il I to Council. cAS.ÄÄ?/i?yTÄ'°«om'' .. "ÄÄÄ llvo companies .omMned and J...... M. l>l"k.:r..ün; BecouU An ollkera of SÜ Frl™. J etectcu"fii8t ,U0 CiüaC V; l HÏ „ ,Wuuii 1 111 U The protest will no doubt be refer red to tin* |,i w committee, who will obtain the opinion of the city solicitor on the limiter, and if he should deei-lo ti« n. Assistant, Alexander E claimed by tl, tliitL the elect! si.ip I'ire Coinpauy, the «•«nublnatl Thursday night, nnd not previous to the election, by law. ti*a' the returns of the Friendship Company bt; thrown out . there will be no election, and era will have to bo eleoted by tins ntyc ii**ii. «übers of Friendship claim that tneir election officer. Thursday evening, April 28tb, 1 about ten days before the election. '1 ho o select- i . . .. . . aUcsti il by o.lier members of ibinution who say that they satisfied to have the matter in they are cot' legal and Poilce Cases. The following cases wore disposed of before Judge Ball this morning: Michael Lynam, an employee at tho gas works, was brought in drunk, lie was lined *dor given hu days ut New Howard L. ltoed was called into the Cll Tl the «• ve-uigat«*ii by Council, ta;n that the election proper every respect. Castle. was held under ad ruing. dock, nnd the «•; visement until Friday t aroliuo Field, colored, ÄrtVStMÄÄ*Äo«"! No, mi Apple street, South Wilming- 1 ton. The wimesses' mother keeps a store, when tho prisoner came into the store nnu puri'linoeii a pound of raisins and on lier raotiior leaving the storo the prisoner picko«i up half u ham and placed it under her apron and went out wit h it. Tho m is *i.or was re inanded lor trial until Friday morn , v . ,,, . .. \\ IIlie 1m. No. 411 . htpley h .i a 8,Ma, ' water spanun uog cnll.Ht < .U>. He is a regular nlckol-in the slot dog. t.uy c m speak.(by bark ii.g > by hold ng up your linger and BU} ing. speak once, twice, three, and so on, «Icsignating how many times, lie will sit up, and when you place a cent or live cent piece on his will hold his head steady ami ut com nmnd, "grab il. Guy." will throw tho ir. cut« hing it in liis mouth urn! proceed to swallow it. Ho Isa regular living, walking savings IiisHtnti«ui. ntul liis owner hus turn watched every evening to see that • of tho coins aro made away with by meddlesome person? charged lug. A \ aliiabli) !>«»(;. Andre Street, lias ; lio up in th« 1 :« inu I'UMlicd Ahead. „ . tho i-.imvoy on East 1 M'ff.h 18 ushed ahead raphily. 1 ho truck has Nlntii street almost to The ■k FJglnli ! laid Market, and the street has boon paved Horn t'iiui'ch t«> Fr«» track lias boon laid Tho Eighth sti eet «I will Lie pusheil po-tsilde. Tito poles ui> nil «»mi os fast ami wires are up, und it is expected LI.at the middie uf ' •s will Ijo running by tho ext month. I I, s who visit this de« pail nient. LYi.KY WISH UF A BUY, EVERY TASTE AND PURSE UF A PAR ENT TVe claim tills title l«v tin» n of p;u o animons tien» l e suited. •:o: Our Light, Spacious and Handsome "BOYS' DEPARTMENT" fairly bristles with n SPRING STYLES V ii VD I And to captivate the Little Fellows we'll present each mid every ono with a Belt, u Spalding Bat and Bench's Ball, free. 13 ! V. ■■■'< jj a DOUBLE-BREASTED SUITS V ill be worn more extensively this Bjiring than ever before, and we are well prepared to meet the demand in every imaginable Shade jLjS Color Mill lit SÎ if 11 . Scr those ill », $1, s5, $ G; they will please the most exacting tastes. Three Piece (Short Pant Suits) Jersey and Fancy Trimmed Suits a A' Mi Arc here in cnillcss variety. Bring tho Little Fellows in to see n.s; we'll dross them, please them, lil ^ j them to a "T." If you want tiiein to look as well as other well dress ed hoys without any correspond ing damage to your poeketbool:, walk them in to us, and we'll turn them out looking as •'bright as a dollar." h y I ii Ball, Bal aid Belt Fraa with etary Hoy's Suit, jX\. 220-222 MARKET STREE V. HAMBURG! Ö', ' 'mdcnt Kncinaer. 'tt 1 ! W 1 ' 1 ;'/ £ • i- ,™i „ V The n,,lï "X. 0, W J5S |I!s 11 " : 1,1 * '»> »iiutlier that ! ,1 ' i * t ™, '$*?'}«* ,u TV-i, l'i-.-ilirlnc. h..wi>v(.r, and alM.-a.utn ne n c. Iv-l quite a sever® ,Wuuii I .tho I • a»!. the «lamage to tli® tars was <'»mpHir.tiveiy Uiliing, and h® R iCV ■ 'Vv rnw^Vf^ninT '; V ' i f ,!* ,»>1 tin'll v fortu Jat» l^r -in s'!« w a letter record Mr. . n ' lt \ ur * pscore, lu t he con ».is engine with as in In Ina early man ipany feels as groat over. tlnues to much dexterity : flood and the <• coiillduneo in ina aliill •go 1 i Salvation Ti n t Meeting. Tho meetings which began in the tabernacle on Walnut street, between aI1( | uth. continue with ur.aba'ed lnterobt . Th0 r .i, ;ir has b*»eu tilled n0arJy 0Vl . ry n ight with seekers Tor . )al don or purilv. Slater Nettle Van N!||n ., is p^oLl ea -li ti ght and con tltiues to I In ill the audience with spir itual song and with her earnest ap peals to tlio unsaved. It is evident tin meeting is growing In lnterost. ' 'n .Saturday, Sister Lizzie It bmlth a again expected from 1 hiladelphia. un Sabbath next it is tho purpose of those In charge, to hase another all «lay mooting. Flayer is being offered that this may exceed in intorestand powor ' last Sabbath. All are the meeting \~v: 1 I*or tho «lodi-ation of the Monument on June ~r»>I on tho UcttyBj'urg battle het«l. designating the 'High Watoc Mark" oi tlio houthorn (/onfederacy, the Baltimore ami Ohio Railroad Coin* P»ny will sell round trip tlckots at all étalions east of tlio Ohio river at th® low rate of one fare-tor tho round trip, Tho President or the United States, members of liisC'abinel, the Governor* of twentv-iive states, members of their stuffs, nnd other distinguished persons as wen as several military and r i V i t . organizations will participate in t j l0 i n ,posing dedicatory ceremonies. q , liK wl q „f.'or.l an excellent opportuni* ty f or a c | K , a p Excursion to the his torie bnttlo ground by veterans and others d«»sirlng to visit the scones of the greatest contlict of modern tiuuos. b RHILOIl'S FATAllKll REMEDY. A marvelous euro for« 'atnrrh. Diphtheria, t anker mouth, and Headache. With eindi bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for• the more s ic.mssIuI treat ment of these complaints without ex tra charge. Pri e •'»<> ■. N. B. Danforth, wholesale and retail agents, 2d and invited to these meetings. ii Market streets. the slnginç Jersey, i« Miss Nettle VanNi ev»n B ,.IW u riit.iw«. N.: - hoi,png extra meetings in tlio tuber na c|,> on Walnut street, between 11th p^tff street. onion fä«'ts by the White and yelU quart or bushol. J. J. Smith's, fourth and Shipley sti «» want lirst-flass dyeing and scouring done, £•« to No. 219 King St.