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THIRD EDITION.
•-L- - -
New c nniie ltoiuH.
NrwCAjmr. May 17. -The llehorrnon
made a letter haul yesterday thim
«hiring last week, but it does not come
up to the usual ..•> mber Thor, are |
only about t ht ce weeks of the season
left, June 10th Uang tho tuuo when i
r, T^.. Sl , lnk ' - ,i
Chie. of 1 olieo liaiilngton, aimed
with a bucket a ml hi wbh, this morning
tmited the »jiv.a lump globes to a
thorough ablution, much to the >
amusement of the pae.-ors by. j
w!Ä;8li!ipes
^'Sl?r T.. '
P V,Hi ic V- ,l . al p Dr 10 > r L l,, tMI 1 Dos M.
lboV.W.C. L. L. held nil Interest- »
Ing meeting last ev«»ir..ig. and several
new members w. re mid* d to i lie i oil. f
Misses Maggie Howi.n and LU/.ie ,
Harney have rutin nod from u sojourn
in Um Quake dry. |
Miss HC ec,. Bartlett ims taken '
charge of Mins Bradford's store on l
Poplar street, Wiliuingtou. jC
The Sworn Toi l
Wlmt ciucd tlicy ior the moan.-* of
he lay stivteh -d upon
Tet people whose ic .
fortltudo Is oxces.-tvc, oil un
th iimulxos— voluntarily
long torture by tieglci'1. r
tbo most atfoiiiKing un i ol stiimi«
plaints is, porliup'. more Iruiinuiitly
~lectvd in Its lncipioticy
.. j preliminary twlnue* being
to thu crO'.Ut ot 'u cold III
which will puHStiwav ot Itself,
fatuity —
Stomach It liters Is i
•gains! i lit* terrible lur
tous and danger.
••ithci
ill slonc.
■ur 11 lo
IS'Ä j
j-' !
r'bSn:.- !
singular
«Icluslon. Ilostutter'8
u potent siiteriuird
Is ol tl
Illy—dllllR.-lOU:
l' '
heart, the seat of lire.
•ftocttiully coun'emoted anil
thu Hitter . M ilurla, kidney complaints,
debility. In li«csl ion. biliousness, la
Ipp* 1 . loss f appel ite and the inability
sleep uri- am ,hut the comptai -ts tra il
cable with t!
1 i.y
-
to
The Century Itun.
Newark, N. J., May Ut. i'hot'oiituiy
run ot tho bicyclers was wmithisnr
by Uoorgu W. t'oflln, of the
Business t'ycle League. He left. I'hila
0.57 tlii-i morning
rived at Newark ;it ,'.-18 p. m.
1 hours. 51 minutes, :u>
second,
t< 11
^„P; j
delphia
Tim «
Damptnan, who
at the finish
4.51 4 5
the ecrutcli man. Acitial time, 7 In
£6 minutes, 45 seconds.
D. T. Wayne, of the Wilmingt
Athletic Club, was third,
finish at 8.05 10 p. m.
. He
Actual time, 3
seconds. «T. W.
«doubling fourth, arrived at ;
■B. Time. 3 In
•Ods. James Blake, lit t U. crosse I tic*
fine ut 3.10.15 p, rn. Time. 8 hours?)
minutes. 15 seconds. Damnm
ft prize for Hi
Lours, 7 minutes,
actual time.
11c is .1
äiä
seems determined
and con tractors t > ol
and those who do not, will c
gr.ef. The Lewis building. atjSev»
and Market streets, to which the at
tention of Ex-Building Inspector I n
Ion was called several times
avail, was examine 1 yes'«
Spector DohI. and found in a
©us condition lie immediate;:
word to the owners to have it p
safe condition at
clown.
Nathan I id,
to have tho old wall
the new bui'dlng, w
st Fifth nnd Market streets, tom down
•b it is a source or uungi-i to tin* non
employed on tlie
then* is no doubt but Mr. ! >• >til will
see tlml his cider are obeved.
»■day
in
as uls-i not ill id
if
Prompt Httcutii
d special
given to the repairing of tiuc
Jj " at Millard F. 1'axis'. N<>. UK U«1 street.
i,
An Attraction
Mannger Williamson, of the G
House*, has
Theatre Opera Bouffe Company to
f ive a perform.nice at this
hursduy evening. The •
composed of th<* ablest artists tint
could Im* secured and Includes m.my
well -known artists. Tlio opoi i s
ed forjHiie engagenient is GtTcnba
•*Ö«n«vlevo de Btubant' N'e-.v
•urnd Ui - Park
'OUI pi
" i.'s
1 win
Thid j
If
!
PIH|*!
0 li lot I.i me.
1 lie tlioatro
Will bo a tr
this city, und will n-. doubt bo a
1'alntnl loptliiny. «• «
Vcnu-il uud c
'. aiairii'ca pit
•..ly* c.
!
I
it.
The best summet coal
this city. Try a
large nut coni. • !
right size t
oh pious
vor sold it
We
summer use
witli th-* li
t coal.
_ of I
.nlver
ta y have a !
-very way. |
> i.t 1-j for
ta
G
that
Boil that is will
"l.v
Ko
$5.35. Now
your wiliter ■
uut, Fourth .
I K ng. ' FR
i« 4bS.
Judge R ill deposed of the fol.ow
fasen t his nforniiig
Timothy Hurst, for .Inin'
disoid.-'ily .m
III.ml -I
BOBts.
a oh ii E" mg a»d I'ratik KonsUy. f.*r
irespasHng
Menrse i
was disclinige i
furthei hour mg
I
ivuiu-k v
ml
i i.wing bd I loi
r.<
'•'ho following i.; I
yesterday n
comniitt".» f
id
it.
\.
Co l » t y Mut mil li;
building Btiil •
d 1,4'
J. 1>. Win-low. ;
J. R 1 1
•10.408;
■», t.al\ii
1.
Arreste«! lor
Timothy be oy «st.-rday li
team fr
Third street.
cutting and slashing it with thu whip,
ruioing welts ail «»ver its
•will have his hearing to-ni .rruw morn
ing before Judge Ball.
d u
1. 'Wa on East
•odv.
lb
Thu Democratic st;
elect delegatus to tho Nuti«.
erotic Convent ion. whicli m
cago next inoiith. ,
to-day,
f ates and other
15 o'clock train this
•verytiling was,
dried, there was
frie
onvcntlon to
ai Demo
s in
1*1 at D
id il I
; dele
numi.er
t liu
As
nl, '■ u t ;
;
;
. A fall acc
prucae Bugs Will I'C pubilnlicd to
Mrs. Viola L«orm. .
friend, starts for oi d I
thi.H morning
a*,ght.-r ;
: 1 1
A largo n um i
plan.
«•«Hill
d
inuku room lot i •
I t**r
*•• IT" -
ii. 1. Ro
. flXcnL
OOTIIIf,
liUU 1 IJlll \J|
Mpntinnîna n fpw Onr
Mentioning ft ICV,. Ulir
&8 50 and &') mpn'fl
*ö.UU ailü %>J UlCUS SllltS
tire dStoillsllCl'S. TllC pO|»U
i nil wnnl hlnrlr pliovinf H
. DiftCK CllCUOt
ciiilo of *<{() vIO nnrl Älfi
hlllLS lit OiH, M- ftlUl ^ 11>,
sill^lo ailtl doublo breasted.
P n .. . , , i
A.l tllG HCWOSt sIrkIgS rtlltl
w!Ä;8li!ipes in lullt and brown
' Scotch cl ï 0V1 , l,ts a ". a , ho 'V ü
81)11119, Single Ull i double- the
» ,o.i .. >. ,,, 1 „„t to
biOilstPll Sftclv lllltl ClUtlWiiyS.
f mn , sli) l.x ,v>)*) .—but
, I1( 1 1U t0 , , !
In hllicy WOl'StOtls Cork- Have
| * V , v e^r
' SCrCWS, gCnUlllG CBIV (llftH- shoe»
l nn .,| c u .,„i. a ni ,.l ,„,t fltt . 0 vu Our
jC lulls, b.U I.S HlHl CULdWa) 8, down
from SlO to £15. .tage
uum '. tu c I
.
Ladles
styles;
solo
A
Some
Grand Army Blue,
Single and Double Breasted,
Pontoosfic and
warranted
j Genuine
! Slater llannela,
! fast colors,
$ 10 , $ 12 , $15
Boys' and Youths'
shape.
Latest Designs
-Kite >1
' font"
: day;
plain;
$6 to SI7, Singla and Doabls
Breasted.
Children's from $2.50 to
to $7.50, latest effects.
beautiful [units' patterns,
$13.50 to $H; working pants,
$1.50 nmi $2.
About 25 or :30 suits, for
merly sold at $0 and $7, now
j ^ked $1 for choice sizes;
from 1 :i to 17 years.
A
tod
l | lfl
,,,
sale
About lit) oebi Vt-hts, si/.os
aa to 42, from 75c to $2.5J.
Eöw. H. Brennan,
snriv-s IK TO
A
merit.
and
PHIL J. WALSH & CO.,
m mm st?,E si.
A
and
81,
IN
LADIES' GOODS
a i Tin-:
JK3
York
toes,
224 Market Street.
This week we have thrown on
I
our bargain cuunters a lot of
Ladies' Waists from 25
U P- Ladies' Underwear trim
j mod with embroidery from 25
ur.
cents.
Our Tea Gowns we defy
competition in price, quality
ami style. YYc make a specialty
of all kinds of children's dress
es and underwear,
Children's gingham dresses
front 50 cts. up to the finest
quality.
I Children's white dresses in
immense varieties Irom 25 cts
I
a !
|
up.
Boys' Kilt bkirts and Blous
er* in all styles,
W e are paying special atten
tion to our Ladies' department.
All kinds of suit.; ready made,
.md it we have not ^ot the ex
style you desire,
we have the be d dressmakers
ly.
t'
io
aCt sliadc
hr
working in our buik.in.., and we
can make exactly what you
■ days' notice.
We ask a careful inspection
of o ir -tk, confident that the
most fistidious will be pleased
i
v
*int within
id
Don't forget the place
1.
224 MARKET STREET,
my 17
u
4
\:
I ny
•id p
lb
tin del
H
to
W
I
liu
As
;
w
F
< Hi;
1 1
W Y
.!,•
dm,rn.
d
b'l'Ubl
-
\\ r..,..
K.ctf

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" w
suits-■
filmPf'lul VHIIIOÖ
H vliUtllUl V ulUv£
«m
.... IN ...
g-i| mm
SHllh Q
M vJ Ha O • at
'«ni^^ÂToîÆÂSoS
the business; and an attraction second to
to none ovei ofTored to Wilmington
8Uoc■Buyers Nothing you may desire
.—but what you will ttud with us this
weok;and we are making your dollars j
Have bigger purchasing power than :
e^r beforo. No trashy goods-but
shoe» at the-top notch" of excellence,
Our ready cash boughtthom ata "way ,
down figure—and i wo give the advan
.tage of our bargain.
«
. ... . , „
Ladles Paris kid button, live difTorent
styles; regular price during this
solo
A bright, soft dongoln shoo, four
ïlï*"» " g,,J 1 " ülUjrs " u

pop,,,armory ;
Some Of Our Caichy Values.
LADIES' SHOES.
81-40
$2.00.
TRY A PAIR OF "OI R SHOES FOR
TENDER FEET." Every imaginable
shape. Widths A to E.
$2.50.
Our hand-sowed shoos
' font" are becoming m<
: day; six ditTeront stylos, tipped aud
plain; widths A L> EK.
'for tender
$3.50.
OXFORD TIES IN GREAT VARIETY,
. . , , _ , . !
1 patent-tipped Oxfords;
rogulur price tl. à »; reduced to j
A big lot of Ion and chocolate color
tod leather Oxfords; worth $3; your i
l | lfl i., rt
,,, . .
Black, tan ami steel oozo Oxford tios, i
ribbon-trimmed worth $3, during tins
sale at
Plain
95 C.
81,39.
$198.
MEN'S' SH IES
A big leader in
merit. A regular $3.5J call shoi, lace
and congress,
r M.
's Dopa rt
SI,90.
A lot of gl i/.o l kang-uo ) shoes lace
and congress, plain or tipped; worth
81, rod ured to
$2,65.
PATEN 1' LEATHER SHOES'
Men's patent leather shoes, la :
congress, tipped or plain, four differ- ;
styles; worth f5; cut to
id !
$3,50.
Tan lace shoos, plain
York and the well liked Piccadilly
toes, at
tipped; Now
$ 3 , 00 .
I uId's $ ;.0J Black Bottom
Shoes. Geuuino kangaroo.
\Vea
330 Market Sf root.
The lat-v-.t styles in haul-made
■li calf patent leather and hand
ado geuuino kaegur
menge assortment.
I
shoos;
Your choie
S5.00.
Men's low walking sh
rusnctoalf, kangaroo and patent loath
ur. in all sizes uud widths. Ask to soe
them.
. blade
•220 MARKET STREET,
J. A. FJLD,
jr Mam
II AM III.' IP » EUS St
•r of
»1C II )US
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
SIMM Kit !..
ly. tmgltt 7
i.mmiis
•1 III V.
i r
t' inlii;! - . Have prnv.
io studonts w
•lie ■ ut till-.
d.-s
l>" !" se
lot had'
hr .
i
»'y i'.
us IciH
Jo
i. I.t
pott s.
•I !
A|*i*ly
i
\ N i l ; i » it
>1
ti'-coiiiiuudat r
-T '
gold i n It-.. :
IV
. ...in iHitcolef
be paid il left nt 1 '
poll KENT (
. would muku a
A Iso one
î depot
liable
■t I
Moi
.1 umes !•'. Mitt on, No
4 I I' .' •
w
\ NT I .
I
• l-rs
.'.i story trout
vnpv t ill'll*
N
' i I* IL —
'. I... will Id
" I*
. i I,.
IS IVqiU'S
ANTE
W
•> I Ir
\y- v ï:s'
a 1'i'i.s lit:
1 Il'.lVVI
T
V. Man. loll
A|»,»H i
Hunks.
John Mini
M
lu, l.v v
id., y
tins ollicc.
1° 1
FOLD'S,FOURTH
U>tt^lrnnmee except Mosers. Klhwon ■
*mî Klllgoie, who wore absent attend
ln« ^e De mocratio State Convention H
at Dover.
Mj*. Jolis announced that the com
mit\ee on the location of a bridge
over the Brandy wine worn not ready
to report, and on his motion the com
mil toe was allowed until the tirât
luesday In Juno to report.
Mr. Jells stated that a number of
gentlemen wore present in the Inter
eatof at bridge over the Brand y wit e jS
at \\ashlugton street, and on his mo-1
S u,oy„. , e p ™i, i «u„. ,a t,u , c r -
ÆÂItÂTSÎtt
to bo. InterestedI In good bridges. A
ni*v bridge in Wilmington should In
toreat the citizens ol the lower end of
the county, as it would Improvetho
j tax-rate und thereby benoiit the whole o/
: county. the
Several bridges wore needed over
the Brandywine, but the one in his Mr
, opinion thut would bring the quickest
and largest results to the county
would boa bridge over tho Brandy- tl^
« wine at Washington street.
Over tho Brandywine at Washing
u r ° ft ?
furin lands. 1 lie land was high and
would uiAko bandaouio altes for build
nn purposes. If Washington street
bridge waa built, a id,las of tbo beat
houses in tbo city would spring up.
lie repmsrnlod theNorthaldo Improve* p|
3'ÄSÄ um
ää^^äuiTv js iu .3î
foot Wido, with plats and tmea on Mr
olther aide. In recognition of u brhlire oil
Wu.shmgtuii street, the company
w;w piepuruil to üolp lliianclally in the Jl|
buildiiiir of the bridge Tlie** Lhougiit
SSSSS S
puny was prepaivd t-j olTcru cash con
; »"wSeWA»!
north al,lu.
Tins wouid not i-e ai u,s ,,unty
1
1
more tl,;
f 30,01)0
company was prepared
! county that much without Interest for
three years, in thut time the county
j could pay o!T tho loan, $10.uon, auch
id lie under
H'ood, ho wovor, that the county could
not lawfully contract a loan for
$-10,000, s-> licit pro|<u-,irion hud tobe
i llru PI '* *• hut no lmd no doubt tho dlf
lloulty could be mot 111 .some other
legitimate manner.
The increase of tuxes at
. improved property, would
i cost in three yours, li
«tcod, however, licit the bridge had to
Icompleted ny July, 130;;, to receive
the • ouoiits ofTered.
William E. llawiii
Mr. Bavnurd
tho
iet Hie
under
I Charlo» II.
•h followed Mr. Baynard
behalf of Hie syndicate. A large plot
i used in explanat ion of the project.
motion of Mi. Jolis
the coinmitt«
r
1 In; nuittei
erred
. After the transaction of some
business the Court took a re
cess until 1.8U p. in.
it
s<
W
bridg
w
!
Mr. Charles II. McWhorter is visiting
in Dover. Dei.
No goods retailed at Welch's Com
mission house, 301 East Fourth street.
1 Market
• on coats. |
Fresh and roliablegarden.Mower and
Held seeds at J. J. .Smith's, Fourth arul
Shipley streets.
; streets, deslr
!
.MuIIin A. S
, Sixth
a good Juki
Senator Higgins, who passed
• two in tins city, returned
Monday evening,
finding
< 1
day
Wash
Ington,
Any
eign v._.
wurdod
English sovor
tch charm, will bo suitably re
ut t.hi
leaving s.i;
oil ice.
Joseph Pylu, Jr. or Ivennott Square,
i from Snow Hill, Md.. at
* llnre's Coiner Uolul with 38 head
Of C
M*
Nellio Ncssloin has returned
ft
1 r:
in Now Yoik.
lisait It.
Frank ('. Stidhi
ill a lot
belonging to the estate
B. Edwards.
gnally imp roved
1.1 n wood
cut
I»f y.
t" day
tho lain ii.
Mrs.Bessie Hethorlngton
Howes,
is expected to arrive at home today.
She loft Yokoiii
route fm
;n days
«go.
Harry Passmore of Christiana bun
city to-day.
dl'ed, visited •
H her -4i!e 'd bed
arrange
ford » ounty cow.
Hie 30th mat.
Taylor nnd gran.Ison,
i« Taylor, of W»
spending some time with friends und
relativ
Mrs. K.
Ami
Ties' «r,
in lids city.
(TilTain E<iwatd !.. Rico sai l tin*
•it'll N. G., tl eat "I Troop B boys
right royaly on Monday, l liey r.-t.li n
ed homo at 8.30 last evening.
city Coui.cil has ail of tic month of
May to appoint tic committee to nu
vtmet and hewer
1
I »«part nient.
.
ditil Angus
I Red
I.i.
Grocery
shun Id i.uy their fruits
' OUl'IliSilOU
•etuil b.isincas.
su* li a liou-e at Welch's, 3
street.
•n and
*r retail dealers
! vegeta
ies I'r.
■. liants who
They \\ ill .bid
3U4 Eu-) l 4th
■ i 1 .
had'
The Sec
says that th- Board will
a iHlltion
of the B
dof Health
ol pay any

aiu.m s'in oils emumuiiica
. All complaints
the Kcoiv
!
ado by purs
will Lin n lmvo tlio nuisance
ubated.
st Stephen's Lutheran Church will
u Hull to h i-'ot.
Hi* hill
>1
Mil
I r
; aide tliii- for .ill tn.it <■■*
for the b'.'iiuUl of tlio
it i
•«d.
Tho North Side Improv*mi(Mit <'«
have porcin sod from J. L. Elliot
lirty acres -ff laud aitunted
t!i side
fiBi.Uiit).
Placing of tlio
tilgt«
a
one
I; -■
the Br;
Tlds t om puny l avi
id go
Hie
Wash
street.
l-rs
An cleg;
Iress pants
adu to you
d
n.cso .
s will c,
fr, «
" g'»*
•iS'*Wll
Suits t<
1er. ?l
d
ul IT«
SaÜHlaction
elect fm....
. ..iii>ns. So. ;
\V. Lock.ver. Mgr.
to
I .undo. I
Vlci'ha
struct.
I .Market
ASH 1/ V l.r.ATtll'.N —1
* of .lûmes I.
i. by H«*v.
» he I Mi
illnt.,
I a-*i T*
Ull'ù».
» \ K I ■' ' >n May IM
i. A Hum II. Onk.o,
l.v v
1 t rii'iids
Im
•ral
• • M* ••
I
fiery.'
l.v
•■O'.
EHH
■ ■ j... - . -■ — «■ .
"WAGES and MONKï.»
H , Rosweu O Horr Practically »in
T 7.11, . , v> . . .
eussed the Topic Last Muht at the
operaHo«.*-u«nd wage. Doped
«nt Upon Protection and sound
Money.
Nearly 1000 people applauded Hon.
Roswell (J Huit of Michigan in the
nSraHour« last S| tf ht^lah elonwenU
lyiiisuub^dTthe topfeor •Wng.i and
jS olloy .^nomynious^in a political
point of view with protection and
- ; |j. =WruniiiIioiBiiiM(iihi
St.KÄÄ"».'.»
Wilmington, who were lavish In urn
nluuso of thoBDoaker'annt and humor
busidta andiîtteruM?és P Tnatc'uTif
having a chairman und a lirgo retinue
o/ vlèS nrwîdeut^
the platform Mr Washington llaàt
i,l P Ar e jded and siiüolyiiitïoauïed
Mr 1loir " * ly l,lUuUUctU
Mr. IIoit said ho came this evening
purposely to discuss one of the (lîies
tl^ \m about 'witch" 10 iieople o? U?o
United 1SltatMaro üivldÄ aud ho in®
tended to discuss It from' a'*business
standpoint, and ho intended to avoid
making It a partisan question, hut it
waa ImDossIble to talk-a.',,-,» on tlds ,
question without some ltenublleanl-sin
ml™d up wlthlt,
There waa no doubt amollir the noo
p| 0 that them lira dllTuroul ways of
fcpi^rrr'Ä rn
ISSEST;
S Ä;- 1
ä: S'S
Mr- lorr thou at sonio longtli oxplii.n
oil the difference between froe-trudo
P*'oicctloii. Whenever wo levy on (
Jl| > article wo can proiluco, four things
happen: "Wo build up u new industry
tÄrÄI'SilÄ'SÄSÄÄ
«tâtes to pay better wages for work
KSl'Â'Â.Ï^ ü '"° u " l " u I
tj^tÆs^iî , ™v^«yïà , sattSS
that wugos wore l*ttor hors than in
ÄÄttÄiÄ
äääUS:Ä
fully low that with their wages thero 1
SSÄttitt = Ï/
IKSÄte rss.« i
i
thay'get hm™ mi'sn« wluît dlllS
1 là« v are in vim/ lu»ro nu i ' • i n i .m
what u uood 11 me tliev liai . îè lh !,
r» : c,iidorTluit tïiSv din.T g„ Imik Ü
1 wonuei that they dun t go back.
\
Mr. Hoir took as his llrst illustration
the duty on salt. The free-trader
says the tax on suit ruins everybody
who uses it. We made in Michigan
1.0Ü i.ihX) barrels of .-alt in sight of my J
home, bo if there Is anything I know
about, it is salt. In IK»»4 we levied i>4
rents a barrel on aalt. Tim free-trad
say that the tax mitts t
tlio coat of 1
the article, instead of salt going up
it commenced to godowu. In 1374 it
was down to $1.07 a laurel; it had
been $2.5«) in IH8». In 1874 we revised
the tarif!' to 34 cent- a barrel. In the
last four years in Michigan we lmvo
selling salt at, 50 cents a barrel, 1
got 30 cents a barrel for .
I the duty is 33 cents on it. ;
took up the wlro null
.lU-Htl.ii, an,I sal,I tlial wl, ; -n lie waa In ;
M « iluty on 1
Hi- y were then sold at :
>ro made hero. I
The free-traders made almost melt ing i
speeches to prevent Hie levying of a
levied a ,
a keg. Noils did not go j
•o red1 1 e I the price.
limiiufnctiiod 1,111.(;00
wire nails and they
s< Hing at $1.35 a keg.
Mr. II' rr then in like manner liliu-tra
tod liovv the pri
cry, raw silk, cotton goods and cloth
ing. had dci reused in prices under pro
tection.
In referring to the tin Industry Mr.
IIoit explained nnd said that the Mc
Kinley bill did not put a tax on tin but
plat ■ In 100 pounds of pails
thero uru MP Â pounds of iron or steel
and pounds of Hu coating.
W hy should uottin pinto I>o protected?
I stoel ure being produced in
• I idled States. It would take a
free trader nil hour t<» prove to
thut we don't make tin-plate hero, f
neu in live factories and have
!
•el and all.
lits, ai
the salt.
Tlio barrel costs 3
|
Mr. lion tin
■ in 1*33
: nails.
v.
tux
■cat rigiil
< 1 aty <»f $4
up. und next y
Iaist year
• •f hartlwnre,crock
8.*cn it made.
11.«* M' Kinloy bill has
operati
that ti
of tin-phi'
iy I eon In
louths, l ut in
tuilli
cn munuliictmud in Hie
We !..
'ti''
p.Hinds
33 fan
I H more are
H ing ready to start. \\ hut the free
it. g about the tin
duslry they sud before about
The Ii-'e traders said
Lop llie building of
o then there has
tliol tilted
1 States
nés in operation
n.i< r à
plate
the ir
the tariff would
ado.
aiboads, but siu
•«* railroads built
■nr before.
Referring t
1 i -UT said we
pi,.in glass
the gli
trad*! Mr.
id
Y at d.
o paid $
Mr. I!
for the in*.
porteu
I" Lin introducti'
I said lie
i limui from
cd als
of Hie i itie
promised tlx* lirst
mill i
tiv
Midiig;
.' ds
(Vevî*
ha-' il
- hake il i
■ fae
• Hu i-tra 1er h
I .-sing
eresy. Mr.
lue of the
• IT
11 ..
aid. the still;
•i
• lober .-.li* uId ne vi" be low
! an (liai
All
U 1.0
y g"»» i
be changed
int" a:.other withu..
A w a
Nil'll

ai teil
igbt woul'l
i h«
»«•tl.-r
bill IV«
atiltIc*
sii
gh
ii.'rm-d" value
worth a dollar
it tak
;d v 7
the g
' 111-» Hi • otli r ;,o
vc. it i.-, ihii? ;;-i
is kei»t in res -
t » t Lai tue id ,
ihoy want ! > ;
urL*r.
it in tii'-ir
Dass tin* fr-*n
!' * g Id
loilnr w * i!d
u-; ofthu .
Dili .
dotas
wit I
i. 1er t • fr«*
bill a m:
id gut a
emus atlditional.
I —II
.liar
d
lai li<* could pay it with
io liar and put
pO'KC
Mr. Ihm the
and;
il - '«•a IV a-1
lion.
n in md of appln
idiouot
lisi-crscil.
Dmig.i'
Sc.civtnry l'nizor. of lln* Slut * IV,aid
"f Health. Ii.n. .
fiom tho l uitud ,s
,
I im
if.lundunt of im
, Unit two of tho
• ( 'UHtl
at t he office •
Su|,,'
. N
• Y
• * for N
pin seniors
Ihn
uni 11 pox
inuuslns
A shai |> lookout will lie kup
I they will
art they an
* ' ' W pin nud l.",0 :
«) thud«* iiirttru
,t-; before *
Jl
«i- :i
*awfestes®Ss
present: J. L. DeVou, Austin Hor
rington, the Rev. T. G. Littoll, T. F. i
• ,l,8,l °P Coleman. H. F. I
Dure. Elwood Garrett. M. M. Clouvor, '
rharles W. Howland. II. It. Bring
hurst, Howard Garrett. H. B. None!
H. L. Conrad, WiUnrd Hall Porter, J.H.
Danby, Dr. J. 1*. Malos^J. J.Gallagher,
u !>r . ,) V ; 1 Quinsy,
William Ö. lillles and Colonel >V. A.lui- ,
Th« llbrai inn acknowledged tlio re
«»'P 1 of t he color» of the First Dola
5ï u *l° ' cluuteors from Theodore B.
Ä 1 Ä b, ' lnecu,l,,Lwol ' ybulle,a
John Biggs and the Rev. E. Slbln
kolTsky were elected actho moiubcrs
or the society. I
Bianop Coleman moved that a com
inlttoe on increase of members l»o
"Hded to the standing comnuitoeg. ^
The motion was laid oÂr to the next
stated mooting of tho society.
On motion ot Mr. Conrad. Lynnm
P- Powoil, a native of this State, and,
8 «tudont of Johns Hopkins University 1
° r Balllmor®. was Invited to road an
wlffHml paper on "Education among
tho Early Swedes." it was decided to j'
' ld i' 1 spocial meeting on Iriilay even- •
, n if, June 10. wbun tbo paper will I«
ro"d, nnd Messrs. Conrad. Harrinjtton I
and l olonol 1-nMotto wem appuïïitod
« committee to arrange for the enter- !
tMunieiit of Mr. Powell while he U in
__ !
This i/C™ ^ tÏÏT ^ho , , 1 1
1 Ä.'« tt Ç hav.'
the ä Âï u o Ä'Ä
und Ilronohltls, while Its wonderful
success in the euro of Consumption is
( without a parallel in the> history of
medicine, blncc its (irat discovery it
has been sold on a guarantee, a test
tÄrÄI'SilÄ'SÄSÄÄ
you to try it. Brice 50c. und «1. If
I IZl. 'SSPShBSk«"RrSiTI-LM
mlngton. Uol.
Aw^a.try ,
üÄirÄrf
1 LJtJiJlJS!» in? n!»w i..fh.u»rw V 1 î V® 'î
i iE T '
i îf ** terni. M»
a^mtagn' brin,"nS
^ ie beat cocstruotod, strongest, best
Hnished mid most approved trunk at
tlio wholssaia priuo und nt tho Bame
t i,n, daroonatrata that it paya huai
to planta now industry in
Wilmington. Therefore buy all your
trunks aiul valises at 4U8 Market
street. Trunks are repaired ut the
\
J »hortest notice,
'ot of those celebrated Knabe
1 pianos lust received by il. F. llobeieu,
710 Market street,
riuoil tor Assault
mon i«r a m ».,u.
Frederick W. Neutzo. Isaac R. Brown
an '* James Brown. Jr., two County
1 Constables and a police otïieor had a
heuring before Judge Frank Ball last
. evening, charged by John E.ISylvaiius,
; a letter carrier, witli committing
assault on him on April 30th at tlio i
; yi'ul'l^an li.-n.l.pja.tura on Mark«!
1 above Utfll'h atrool. Amlrow E. Him- ;
: boin aud Walter H. Hayes, represented J
I the accused and City Holicitor Curtis
i the State. After hearing the evidence,
a which wus voluminous, the accused
a , were each lined $35 and costs,
j
|To Lnlurgs til«* (Electric Light Station,
a
I
I
The Edison Electric Light Company
of West Chester is preparing to in
crease the size
plant. A new annex for the reception
of u new dynamo, engine and boiler
will be erected. These will be
assist
1 facilities of the
d to
operating tlio street railway
cars.
Dr. Frist, at Eighth und Spruce
streets, dressed
Rogers, colored,
noon. He received the cut while
wrestling with Charles Johnson.
wound for James
Monday aftor
A IMuiiufartiirtiiK ( lly.
A lady out driving with hor husband
romnrked to iiitu wlton pusstng along
a thickly settled part of tlio city,
place with
y chil
"Yes," said lier spouse,
"It's a manufacturing city."
drcii in it."
Southern Vt>£«*iitl>la<«.
C. F. Welch 301 East Fourth street,
reçoives dnily southern cabbage, peas,
etc , un cintnU-iii
a call, before purchasing elsewhere,
in
Marine bund of Washington, D. C.
Every Facility tor Pleasant Shopping
-DURING
THE SPRING AND SUMMER
IS OFFERED BY
fl
)
'ft
Market St,
Eighth St., Fiib.rt St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
i
Samples sent to any address.
EjEÜ.H, HOLLIS
NO. 9 E. FOURTH STREET,
c 'M&x&aaaKEm
n CARPET.
*- oatasi
FURNITURE,! I STOVES,
GASOLINE STOVES,
!
REFRIGERATORS,
um y b* m vi
Cash or Installments.
R®*»*
*awfestes®Ss
i%cted h -
i Thomas Jackson' II Mw"h n '
I j. Drnpor, willanl Suulsbury ' Jr
' William 11 HwifLKdwanllirinirliunit. '
j r Oeorire W Bush T Pm-'- |V1
tei- Joseph Swift tVl II lam O. PounT
paokcr, J. Smith Brennan, A. P. »»hJfci
lnaon, George V. Maesev, H. A. lUch-'Rr*
ardeou, William W. L'usoy, Thomas B.
, smith William Howe H (1 Mors«
Flank l'vle *
.Kncetiii of tho directors will lo
held on Fridayfor orgaiSlon i
The statement of the treasurer
ïSÎ'L^^ffin" 1 ' 0811 "' SS -- 71US, M
P ' * 9 ' _ 11.
Kterciiniiinn iihii.ninn
I .. , Ï ® \
^ r> '.V: Hllmer will gt\o a stereop
Doom exhibition in Kingswoodchurch, |
^ oorteenth and i iayiuont streets, this
SI,»!! nô „ U K d '! r l , ie »."n* 81 m HH of 110
bnuw Ball hocioty. 1 ho citizens gen-.
mitlJ y invitech_
iteimbiiouii Meattnv
1 », l 'Fri
w T 1 h fJ ) { ?? u 1 b,lc f' ,H r of ,V ° l , ' ,, 'f llth l WH,d
.Hosdquai-
j' 18 0 > c j 0 ^g ' A 'gononl? alten''"
• 8 £ "*■. A koneial atteud- Kimt
euce la roiinesto 1.
I /-" T ," .—
. .
! About noon yesterday, Troop II,
with thirty-eight men undercomniaud
! ».
1 Ä" ÄÄ&.W
^ail
a'ÄÄrTÄ» ssii
they will return tool,iy.
_ _ i ,1
riarton Vl»ltr,i by iiursian«. iW
On Sundav nhrht rinvtun an tn»
»unuay night Liajton, on the
aSEwM' oRiÄ>
SnnÄi? 11 « 4 * 1 '* 111 IIü ' 1 , 60 'i the
p? MS„K' , JU'*.«^morc
wsro rnshtonod away. ,01ir
n , r ,
.aÄ«Ä tM
b'>use In South Wilmington was struck
da, " aB " a tU tU °,io
'
•""O^itly damaged. |t 0
T1 ,„. vn „ „ »°" ,
JHat y ou can got ''all pupei as low n.a
J cent» a piece und wlmlow shades for
-5 and 40 ,'onls aprlng rollora.' I lain
hand piiliib)« ahadaa. fk) uanta. Triiiga
«hade. «5 and 75 cents. Curtains, poles,
J c * For line work give us u trial.
'«agers, No. «08 King street. Pu trusta
and L.nspaiu soeclaltv.
sale of llornoH.
L. W. Btidhum A Hon, auctioneers,I
*m, *ism.
f ?«»■'». $ 171*, $390, 115o. $153. A \ era go
for tho B) lioud of horses $191.88. He W
will have another sale in three weeks. "
a
i '1'itui'stlu.v oveniiiir
a.WreHRCl by HuJ,. 1'. lllowno. Esq.
; A1) | hl , u„| M ;i,i lca nd o( the ward uru
J vltod to uttsnd
$131, 93(1», $.31, *1475
Lightli \V
Kcpuliliriiiin,
The Republlcnus of tho Eighth ward
ss meeting in their club
will hold u
I room. Soveuth and Church streets,
it, which will be
Art ill« ht I lyes.
Wear» tho only optician In this
city. We are tho only reliable opti
cian. Wo have the largest stock. Wo
havo the iowost prices. Wo manufae*
We repair while waiting. 1'rof.
Well, 305 Market street.
XV a h I Kvery
Wo have removed to 4 West, Second
Street, and are selling boots und bhouH
at bottom prices. B. F. Cnxi.i- AM v Agt.
Tin* 1 isli Murket.
rowell has on his stalls in tlio Third
shud, cod lisli,
bass,
street market a fo
tiout. porgles. black liait,
cut tlsh. cels, otc.
Commission Mornliiint.
Go to Welch, 304 East Fourth fetroot,
for cabbago, peas, poU&toos, oranges,
louions, buiiaua*. oggs, otc.
See tlio now stylos-h
Ivors A Pond l'ianos. II.
71U Market st root.
ust out—In
F. Robeion,
Tho committee having charge of
Grace M. E. Sunday school excursion
that, goes to Capo May
are negotiating for the services of the
Marine bund of Washington, D. C.
April lOLh,
„ ..
¥^k. ?" Uv'5 »i.i 11 h,,fhl
' HI in ; îuÜtliï' "2 Invalida I
}?"* J-eoi»ie. Nursing Mo
' l,M r " R,,, ' I'oHoaio Cbil- 1
|V1 k2hK 3I r»^" 11 ,B a Ç ru ele "
»Pfi
»»hJfci 5 EiTHI iho 'wnuinn" w*iI<G»°Ihis and
lUch-'Rr* — Ja! 116 «bmuture of -Mohaun were
i' ,0 Mi« u,, iî. ho ,,e 9 k ¥f ovc, 7 u ®
1 ottlo. Klsiier »V Mendel- ed
* ?° u < Jo .-• Sole Ageato and
wiîï™ Bar.iay iti^t
i New York. ^ '
was_._
m .»• tt
M Y C flltlilKTtlfllKfi
11. 1 . UlU lillil^ 11U UuU
a John
I-Ham
Wiimingtos Tuos'av May'7 ist»
| m.notoh, Tuos-aj. May 7. 18S».
John
mkktinos voit this kvenjng. and
t j
Lincoln Lodge. K. of P.
'Fri- nfhlp Lodga K. ot P.
'Ä ! ÄV' t Vi Yr T m
.{ÿjjjjjjj^EnSàniDm.VnÈ 7 !^) ®fî p
Hrandywlue Bom. KutshtsoV Malta.
Kimt Keglment FHo nnd Drum Corps.
r.,,rt* „ , o,.0 i*,e (,r h. w m.
Induatrjr Conelavu A. <). of a. Mogulltan.
_ 11.
...
If everybody knew about
store, it wouldn't bo ' ta
l«ge enough; 08 it »
^ail
10 tl .* ü " lar f *? u r ers * 1
1H0W lSlttliat OUrstoreiS busy tor
i ,1 v • i
iW llGll Others RFC cloiHg VGnl ,,
littloi Ony pnfitoiT)Pr9 toll
uititi v^iu igtiMtuiiiLr« ici .
after going the rounds of
the big StOTCS, that WG llRVO
variety of popular
>ric | thi4t if
,01ir »10 SUltd arc as "Ood
|what they SCO in other stores
tM
cllOVlOta RFC hotter tllRIl R11V
°,io tho ei^ that ou" III
clay diagonal suits are equa
|t 0 those USllally Sold for *20
\}°'\ b1i0U ' ( \ f e 0Ur C 'ayS 111
blacks Rlltl blllGS
ulll J ö . ulKl U1
Straight Cllt Slicks.
to ", m, ;0
TvOUntl CUt oRClvS.
ClltawftV Sllitq
oults *
Double-brCRSted Frocks.
FCR TABLE USE
Johann HoflT'ft Malt Ei
1
an
Sho
the
., Hi
tllRt OUF him
is
a
for
ried
did
his
ho
ber
. ...
s,nc,| i m P ric, < and if «»s*
satisfied with yojr purchasi wa
...
W rfltiim VflUF RlfllM
" IC,UIM J UUI
Mr.
and
H.
til
ed
N.Y.CloHiing House
316 MARKET STREET.
■MAX EPHRAIM.
up
to
a
Arc
com
YOUNG
MEN
ing to
Sixth nud
Market
and getting
their Spring Suit9 this
season as they have
never done before; light
cheviots are all the go
and we have them from
$8.50 to $25, which of
fers you a range wide
enough to suit all tastes
and pockctbooks. Every
one of them is worth
the money and you will
get full value whether
you pay the less or
greater price. Our $1,
$1.25 and $1.50 double
breasted fancy vests
sell better than any we
ever bad, but they"
more for the money in
style and material than
ever we saw and you
will say so, too, when
you see them.
of
it
der
it
he
ed.
In
be
tire
)
by
ed
Jas T. Mulun & Son,
Tailors,
Clotliiers,
6th & Market,
Wilmington.
a
ol
I» 1
to
\\I ANTED- l.adv ami
5 V rooms. Addivss I
_ would like $
this olltce.
,inyI7-2t*
SAI.K CHHAI'- A good uw.iliur
1^ will, rollur. 15 lo?t long, and tlxturc-.
Apply ut 113 West Ninth stroet. Janies A .
Handors. uiy 17-31*
1 \T ANTED-—A white girl for general
> V housework, Apply at 1018 Spruce
f-at*
I OST An Envllsh So-
li charm I'n-nso ie.1,1
ign watch
this oilico
uiyr-31*
10AT II i:LPKK-Kxj»erioiicod help
coulu wanted ul MuMms,tiih ana
_niyi7-8t*
aud g* t n wurd
( :
Mur
ket
M adam wii.kbk,
reader. ; >Si Howl ?
. Price £» corns.
?l«*hrate l «-aril
uiiT-at'
u
I On Trial For^Hl* Idle.
This morning's session of Superior
1 Court couvonod at 10 o'elook, with
Judges Houston and Cullen
l'Äil list wa2 gö.ie over,
and 28 cases out of tue S4IW on the list
were marked for trial. The remain
u ® r wol ° l»»w*cd. continued or report
ed settled. Nearly two hours were
spent lu culling Uieso cases
Ti, ° caM ° r t'*»*»rles H. Bliickaon,
colored, chargeil with rape, was then
ta'om up with Attorney.General Nlch
lÄn.rÄÄ W,u -
w#n,oi "" on «*
James H. Fm/.ier, James Veasay,
John W. Frame, iheodore il„nf, Wil
Johnson. Syiventor G. Doweni
Albert Wollaaten, Thomas G l'orter
^iuiield SSultumus. 8am,ml Newman
John K. Lvnuin, Waiter 11. Soulligate
and Travers II. I^ittornus ^
The Mute challenged tho following:
t j o!ll| stuoklHiri, l'eter A. Fagan.
James (Tumlish. Francis G. Hteveus,
William M. Stuckert. Samuel Moor?
Philip Reynoldsuud Ezekiel Smith
Tho following iiad couac la.itio.ua
scruples: John i . Aston. John W ScAr
borrough, Henry Jacobs. Thomas 1'.
I.ynuiu. AloxAudar Ibixtor, John O.
Sullivan, William Audersou and John
11. Manb.vo
Tlio Jury as dually seleolod
follows;
' ta S*ïï|? t l
{SÄ^ÄLSiSS"
1 Ȁasr &
tor stilting wlmt ha propowd tôpïove
in ,„, . „ ü«.,...!. 1 . nti,.., n r
,, urtau8i
Leonard Ij«o colored toatllled that
if.Y.v',;«™«.. . 1110 vu
g X i ^
Lbout' h u-U lîfUl imm >nn!!n1n 2♦ 2Ï
SiÂ^ hÆt"?
FIFTH EDITION.
(ne
am
an acquaintance, was
wanted the witnesses' wife at once.
Sho got up and went witli him and
the witness did not
Hi tlio next im.......
him of the outrage.
her again
n-nlug, wliou she told
Gn tlio crofH-exam I nation Mr. Byrne«
brought out tho fact that tlio witness
is not married to this woman, und has
a wife living in Ups city.
He 1ms lived with her usher husband
for six years, but lias never been mar
ried to hor. neither did he ever have a
divorce Horn ids first wife.
He dented tolling any one that he
did not know who it wus thut came t«
his door.
<>n to diroetexamination ho said that
ho had talked with tlio accused a num
ber of times and knew him by hli
volco.
At 1.05 o'clock, court took a toco3l
until 3.3U o'clock tlds afternoon.
Itecovcrcil
UinmoiHls.
Mr. Huxley Harvey took
sliocs on Monday
pair ol
ruing to August
shoemaker doing business on
Delaware avenue above JolTcrsou
street, to lie half soled. In those shoos
Mr. Harvey had,
Friday last, placed
valuable jewelry, consisting of pin«
and rings to the value of *150». Mr.
H. nevir thought of his valuables un
til Monda v night, wl on ho lecollected
Huit lie had placed them in thut klon*
tlml pair or shoos. He at o:.co pro
reeded to t lie shoe makers, and demand
ed his diamonds.
The cobbler denied that lie over saw
them and ho did not know anythin;]
about them. Mr. Harvey had
rant sworn out ut polio» headquar
ters and Fay was arrested aud La ought
the hail. OUicers Gunn and Ayen
re detailed on the n
war
to WOlix it
up mid recover tiie property. Fay on
being questioned at liisi denied all
knowledge of the valuables, but at
last confessed t hat lie hail concealed
them in u rat lioie in the Jloor of liii
shop.
'll*» officers visited tlio shop lusl
evening, and on searching iound th«
diamonds covered over with broken
glass und pieces of rubbish. Mr. Har
vey on recovering his property, usked
to lia vo thu prisoner discharged, which
Judge Bull did with a reprimand. Fay
certainly escaped luckily,as he stood
a good chance of serving a term lu
jull.
Disi HM-rt ltiillurk.
A report or of tlio Rkmui.k an In
patty with Dr. Eves, veterinary
*r«on, visited the diseased steer, w hich
waa shipped from Philadelphia to
large meat dealers
of
Monday.
it in a line specimen or the bullock or
der uml
Fifth str
oHlcers und
•cuploaa car ut the foot of
. guarded by two police
agent of the Board of
Health. Doctors Shortlidge and Eves
viewed the animal tills morning,and
it iH suffering from tlio "lumpy jaw,"
they thought that it had bettor ho kiil
tho ml I rond agent
said he had written the Philadelphia
shippers uud wus waiting to hear what
they wished done witli tin* nn'.mal, us
he thought it would be shipped out of
city, wlton tho Board of Health
jurisdiction
authorities un
ed. Mr. fus pc
authorities would have
In the mutter. But
dctcniiinc.l that the animal shall not
be slaughtered and the meat sold to
Dentil
n ViiliicU Aul .ti ni,
"Skip " the famous mare of Win, T.
lull of tbis city, tiled Monday .
ing, aged w8 yours. Sho was driven
1-riduy. and wus very lively and u|e
par.BRly in her usual good health, but
found d<
Saturday mom
called in ut*
i did all he could to save
ing, when Dr. Eves w
tendance,
her.
snip was nresonlod to Mrs. Tull
by her futhcr, Mr. AUum Dayott, wlieu
she wus only 4 years old. Slio was a
very intelligent uuir.ial. gentle ar.^
kind Indisposition, and u fust trotter.
Her owners we
lier,
for them.
Hlie ims l eer, a most excellent and
valuable uidmul, und was the dam of
tlio famous young mare "Bonlui»*
owned I y Henry C. Robinson, tliui
runaway aud killed herself a few
years ago. Beulah was an untrain
ed animul, but hud trotted a milo in
•li attaelied to
1 sho manifested groat affection
Wo llavo
a habit, nnd u pretty good
think, of making our goods do a little
ol their own soiling. Wouldn't mind
utlnghulf a nowspnper every Uuy to
toll about our stock, but wo are soil
ing shoos nt too small a prolit for tlml
kind of work, so we simply make
I» 1 Ices so low, and quality and stylo so
much bettor than usually sold for tiie
money, that a good many people ure
lindiug our store a pretty good place
to get full value for their shoe money.
Foremans. No. 10 East 4th street, bo
Lween Market and King.
vire
$
.
llellglous Meeting.
Levi L. Renion, of Ohio, expects to
attend an appointed meeting uk
Friends' meeting house. Fourth ana
Went Bt reels, to-morrow (Wednesday)
e,«mug, at 3 o'clock. Ail arc Invited.
Relir Bros . New Bog land and ühIo
rianos. Ail prices and tarots. U. k\
Itcbeieu, 71U Murkst sUoaa

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