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fiallntintr Rao-an At 9 ^ rhieaori CarUöle,
pwiloling Began At •Z.DJ LWeag°
IIme.
I Komi nations asked for.
R , At
tor nnmM't^bo^ut^in 0 nomltiaMon ru *
Governor Abbott took the platform to
Épient the name of Grover Clevelund. W |,un
^»?*5î S S2îïîItlon ll Æ2î t wen , | l w U |nî The
Vm ClîveuS'd enthusfe. Many"} untii
the delegates rose to their feet und
cheered and yelled for Cleveland. The
2SÏ? A
iSfiSibt, H ? 1
took no poit in the ilemoustration. ,...
»a, t J'w^. l "n n ,hö , ,r",t r ,
Ci5L?îuÎK 0 ?iiî«îî«î?î t 'r»rtîf«.iV l ?»n U it Wilt01
rf„2Jîî a ?^ t» 1 ! 0 vL l îi t v!!,.u entire
"**^*^1 ?.°? n to the ,, Nevv \ orl f and
legation, but it wa_ .nigill> pushed uauu
»way amid much confusion. how
■ Oovernor Abbott whs greeted with uio
:4Wnglod cheers and hisses at different.
HMMiüplu« «ä» , M
H1U Was mentioned the excitement
rivalled that caused by the mention j ock
Iw««»- îf^Vî^Ara », I
1181068 ^ Pnttlaon and y iom
Btdes were also cheered.
„ iL, °®î? at I.»?' f 01 !
jpimlZ 1.nn ae 1 uemo,l8U ' utlon Iol 'taken
A jSsavv thunder storm ,. n mo un *t to
«ftw?îîo y *h« l ïïîi.w.SmI n î« a ^ 0 «J?m,ini
m ~ a lt,w,0 - 11 but u
ir. DeWitt of New York

^^^^Hullrm. Tlie nominulion was
^^Hned by Mr. Fellows. He finished
^VL37. At 11.43 A. W. Green of 1111- club
^Hts seconded the nomination of Mr.
|Eevoland.
Mr. English of Indiana seconded tho
i nomination of Mr. Clevolaml. As
[ _ At 11.45 a letter from Senator Voor
l S nAa who Is 111 was read lie endorsed It
ftfelsvelami- tho
«.«'»mm«»™»»«« .«
if : ™ 8 CA8 "J® ™ ow go
F|ht name of Gov" nor liLTo't. P reaen 10,1
' Then followed a Boles deinonatatlon
• to which the New York delegates took'
m -.live ,*rt. Uueeomh Untahed ut
He was followed l»y Fenton of Kan
«ss, who seconded tho nomination ot Ç^se
I^*q£-a«.o June33 -[< s»o, i»te,ll'ros, I S»t
-Stevenson ot Kentucky secomlod tho *l°
nomination of Cleveland. the
I JHenry Watterson roso to socond the
^Amination of lu.ios at 13.31. wh
^ \1ed Uielionfimition of Bo?es. iaUa
2.SS Patrick Collins «>r Massa
Now
ondod Clevelan-I. Wnl- '
yf Missouri followed In tho sumo
way. Montuna seconded the noiuiua
*lon ot Boies. .
At 12.52 the State or Now \ork asked co
to bo passe« I for the present. 1
Win. U. Hensell ol Pennsylvania two
■Hscouded the nomination of Cleveland
•od concluded at 1 o'clock. South'\ n
Xtafcota thou seconded the nomination
•f Boies.
At 1.14 Texas seconded the nomlnn . -
<Won of Cleveland, followed by Senator w
Daniels of Virginia to second tho name
«I Hill.
CLEVELAND NOMINATED.
B
poded.
N AME FRE3ESTED.
r At 1
«husetts seconded tho liomiuuti«
Cleveland.
Minnesota t
of
ing
buil
BOURKE COCHRAN'S THREAT.
Bourke C'ockrun of New York then
jM p » a lcd (or sllenoo that Senator Dan-!
«li» might be heard. He said "If New
jfftrk cannot have a hearing in the *\
ftravnUouMie U ready to leave. îi,»l
Great coutuslon followei. Uns »täte
meut. Thou «»me call» from Oalo
«êtes to clear the «allerles. This was
Sût by cat-calls and hisses fiotu the
innan had a consulta
É^roant ut-arms. who «
uli force to keep '
ndi<
l^iot in
ookran
util
au pul und
Tiis speech.
PcondoU
ornina- y,.
seconded the
ut.
tlm
' nommai to
West Virginia
Mon of Hill.
W A delogate of West Virginia
•d the nomination of Cloveluml.
Wisconsin seconded the nommati«
Of Cleveland. Time 1.59.
of ClsvôTûn l.
• i tho
uuina
•on«!- w
».
1
The roll of states was concluded an 1
then Bourke Cock run took thu Hour for n
•k, tvhlch ha«l boon passed nt ])
In thu call of states.
cok.
)d to
e wï
own r«
KhUl
Mr. Cocki
at attention In 1
a recess until 10
He said th;
Ihe convention took, N
crats could not be disloyal if
tried.
Mr. Cockrau sai«I that Clcvclnml
popular in Repui.lt« i
bis Democracy Is not off
ubllcuns.
,-lth
on
they «.f
list
uk lug
fS>
moti
vhat
5 :>rk Du:
etloti
3
lJ
H
I'-beer
d li
; tim< '
20 .|
Mr. Coukrr
;>if 1 that lie Fell«
:
Clevolaml to bo a popular tu<
cheering in tho galleries. I II
rea»
that Cleveland was popular ov
ry day
In tho year except ouo, and that
; «lection day. iLaugUtei
L Ho says that R New \
be accorded its ejimlMat« , .glve it s
I Other man who wiil bo a mnpiublol«
P He denounced Mugwmnps in
h measured terms. H
I A delegate expressed tho though
V that (Jockran had spol
ft- CwluaJi, however.
I cheers and sal«! 'Clove
I
I «
ork is
long eno

In'.ied amid
■ »pularlty
In New York i
ISS-t
.»t to hlms'dt
«ni
I
lie finished
it applause.
>11 or Slates
Ä.50 for u ballot and grunt oxcltoiuciit
Th'
:«loro«l a
Joliow«»d.
- » A motion to ad jour
lost. Motion to cull rolTof State»
«djournmonl
put
•ithdr-iwa at 2
Chi. Af.o, J
» 23.- Th
result of the
ballot, w
Alabama icvelnnd, it; Morris
|»be!l. 2: Roles. ! ; Hill, 2.
levcland. 16.
s foil
,
4; (
Arki.il«
California—Cloveland
Ilill. l u:
Colora .
Co-.
Dei
Florida -('level«»■■
Georgia -Hill. 5; (
land. 17.
Idaho—<11
Illinois
(1
luml
• ; Carlisle, 3.
man, 4; Cievc
lev
ml. 43.
Indium«
'love!
Iowa lloi
Korn*
Kentucky i arli&lo, O F-,»i s. 2;Clovo
nd, 18.
t level;
«Man;
Roles, ii; CTovelaiiJ. 3;
1; G
tue Iiill. ! ; Whitney, l < J i
luml. 9.
. l.
d.
by
•li
lo
Its
id,
Hill,
. Russell, I
Chig.
Cl.
»sota
Cievula
Bislssippi- Hill,
es, 3; Clovoluml. H.
nd, is.
3;
I. 4;
Issouri Cle
land, 31.
toutaim Ro.es, G.
ebraska -(Toveluml, l'.
I Birman, l
ievada- Uoics, 4; fi.jr
lew llHiapshiru -clov.Ram.
lew Jersey—Clevelaud. . .
d. 8.
York—Hill, 72.
( '
Stevcn8c
or mi
Ci'
■B
- b-., o.
kola—Cleveland, 7; Boies,
« i lovclnud. 24.
|fi 1: Boies,0; Cleveland, 23.
kjj- • »land, 8.
■Roland, 12; Iiill, 11; Gor
veland, H.
'••bind, 7. Rail:
i.
24.
I; Cloveland, 3.
b ' loveland, 8.
m 1 '-. 4.
i
Utah—Cleveland, 3.
Indian Territory — Çtave)
sumuaiit or yoTtt.
a.ye!»o<l.. «16 1-3 HITES
ijSL.'•.M
Homan,'.. »6 1-3
Stevenson. «_« I
Morrison ! .5 A
CarUöle, . !.................. . 15
Campbell .• • a
1'atiison. 1
Whitney, .1
Kuesell. ...... ...................I
, At 3.80 o'clock this morning the
ru * ea wero suspended ami Cleveland
a
W |,un thU was don? * ^ galleries or
The convention then took a recess ileges,
untii 3 ° oloûk thla « rt *™°°"* gone
-^ - ent
Went Down the Bny. almost
A lot or libbing cranks went down bouses,
1 lustmenlnir on nn excursion .esses
,... »i.~ * ui; Taurua. where thev will bo »
"Äd with hÄtau d Ätod f«
Wilt01 '- 11 is sen ree ly probable tlmt tlie
entire party «will catch a single fleh, elected
f and they wllTreturn to-night with the I =to
uauu i fishorman'M luck and big stories
how the little nmm would notbile and
uio big onea got off ^ L ° 1
Those who participated in tho oxcur
captain- Chari«»
Maminele balt-konner Charles Hur
j ock bait-guard; Chorlos Molchfor, Kich
o' P"!"; Charte» Mellen, knife- rent
I sharpener: Charlos Hoffman delegate
y iom ye ancient town of New Castle:
Charles Stewart, tnau before the mast;
! Charles Kyle, gentleman of leisure, tee
'taken along to give tone ami quality tices,
to t,l ° cr ,? W( !! Mullen, sailing ishod
«aster: Benjamin Gam. first mate; T
^!!iSïr e œ ge öL h
Haubcr, pilot ; Robert i.'umpbell and vested
James It. Heighten, old salts. Harry tip
BherllT Simmons, keeper of tho
bounty stone pile, was t ikon with the
club in order that ho might be inclined closed
uiltiguto tho rigorsof the tramp act j
forth« benetlt or any unfortunate
member of the club. , „ ,
As this is the llr&t time Campbell und
Deighton li:ivo over smelled salt water 0 f
It must have cortuiiilv be o stretch of ,,
tho imaglnutlou to call them "old l * ie
.salts." Kheriff Simmons consented to tho
go for fear or u riot on tho boat, as ho ;
kuevv thu88 who wero golng alone. leoa
xïü7i TT "i7»u t i
' ,, . i
ut ^Tbejollowln« e^.^were ^j.Do»»d
The motion lor a now trial in tho
ot Ç^se of August Uudicii was refused by
I S»t timt »uuh wii Æ.t filtafÄ
tho *l° n e 'or I the u-i-navt. ns II lh« the
the case had been ro-upenod additional
the testimony would have been produced
wh . lc { would probably havo scut him '
Tlllie Hamilton, a|notorlous colored
wominr.wus charged with being drunk
Now Castla^alT 1 cost3 ' or ^ dttys 1,1 the
' 'lulm Munon, Michael Riley and riska
Ikomus wero each lined $2 und
costs for disorderly conduct.
. J 1 ; 11 ' ,,or ' Wrts llnod and of
co ^ts l'oi diuiiUenness.
1 Nvdliam l owell and loloy Bowers,
two old oHonders. were charged with
drunkenness and sentenced to pay i.i
South'\ n ' l Cost ® oacil « or put in 30 days

. -
w , ,
oraU1 ° llmo
d, a.
of
c la
pass
au It
cil consid- loft
Ih
* of Joseph Lau lor,;
mittiug
Italia
cred
j
ples.
eut to kill, c
«1 tlio JudjiO, after h**ar
ing tho Leatim*
buil to
y, held hlm lu f)l,00t) I
t.
then f _ r v ,,
Dan-! * . \7 ' ;* p , '
New In a hiition to tho prizes already an
the *\ ou,, '' e( I for the \oung Men's Chris
îi,»l °"' U '° ' ullow1 "-' lmv0 of
"'-'-" ,
Oalo- mile run. loro
was Second prize, sweater bv Hum- ' was
the phrey Bros. ' >
M
1-mllo bicycle race.
block sweater, Me
°'\ ir _TBlrd prize,
as
11 Uio prizes will bo ox
■vin »V Son's wm«low. « in
tho
a"""at
sot. The young
I called for j o
out* of^he
«
who «
keep '
I plizo,
d Mcrrlh
bicycle stockings, li. Ward.
Junior 100 yards dash.
^Se«-ond prize, stocking supporters, ' i
in To-morrow
hlbited in »She
util
und
Drnwi
lywlne.
1 ate last
uing n young man
r Cauiptiell, aged pj
led In tho Bl
it as "The Willi
.1 A lost
«I«
y,. urö
the
tiro
lywi
ut. what is k
its
L
•jn.'d bly
liter of W. or
i' Qt her of
Jetloison j )L
tlm foot o

min
holp, tmthisfri«
him
isw
After h
•on«!- w
1 i
•Hid
».
unable
cltatc hi
Ti
led
od a
tilicatc of acchlei
ii drowning.
an 1
for n \i? o v
nt ]) . Millll-»r
siieei. me
■year-old «Bi
b
No. li.':
g
the
,-lth Saif»'«-1 A- Waite wont to <
on •'•• yesterday to nc«:f
the Philadelphia .v 1;
Tlio Row I.. J. Bickcl
town. l'.i.. attending the eelol-ratio
they «.f Ut.) 25th
College.
len. X.
»pin po-itloi
at Allen
i Mutdciib rg
ding railroad
etloti
d»q
*
i
3 Miss May lloopu-;
lJ next week witii .« n>
ilf
r 1*1
is. Thoy will leiuru
H
Phi
.
tim< ' tcu.ber
hicks ,ylll»"nn"
■ will «Usm! iho *
" vuuho
cn
jl s
Ii-» Mav Drown l-.to ofthol' in
' " '
nie It
I u - i:
• F. IB
lie* fitst t
1.-M Mu
: Moody s
rea»
inference of
day
I Pre-dd
liiir't
W.
f tli.
fo
f-T the su
: ling.
« hurcli t i
■By. !•*
o«k for
ot
i '-ars tut
■ study ln Europe.
amid
is
s
Gmli.dd
;■ if Veteran«»,
hu
A*
i
'po to t to
•y
;
St
a
nil of ii
g:i
to 1
d P«'i
.5 «.Mi
;d lo
Hip re
thu. st
ttb.Mll
hrli.!
! and there is
doubt
Hujoyable day.
MrAulifTe
Idly l iu/h r.
the
Ni.'v V-uiK. Jui.o
-At tli
M.inhat
, ten profession :l
to-night. Jack McA i'lff
:
'lit
■out
l.
d
I
i
ith Billy I ra/.
. .-in- •«•■».led in
In th-fourth ro:
• Us
posing of his
John 1. Sul
f»*re i the b
appet
Cievc- s
pool
ont v-tiv
• thirty y
)t'
ur city.
hr,
1 i
on WonI io» lay ov
Weir < f that [daeo.
■ la
-f
isit Mr.
I
1
:
•V
•r t wu pleasant ly after
a
th
a!.
si
lo hour,very tired,But happy.
3;
Another Hnlhli;
ol.
Duhl hr
nod tho fra
s'able at N >.
luis tmilding
I tho Building in
1 1 hut it shall bo re*
i
iy d
Hill,
has .id
' t
I with I
A O
I. 4;
'Iho members "f Wilmington Lodge,
No i. A. <)I. \V .
•e'ing this ih>
l.o
day
,
Em
from
lor
l
Lo-l
Del
to
li •
:it 1<J
P
mi
'Ollur.
Tho price of tlok
for t he I
■n. July UL. to N
•lu
Ci'- luv Fui
is th
e. 1'l.rough tn
t
M
i. Kv
th.
hi,
a. n a m.
Tho Conclave, r will must this
g AUh'o iiiVit« 1 to > o rres
eut. 'J ho band plays ut 10 o'clock.
Boies, by,, .. ,
LHI -y ..
23.
Gor
Rail: t
DVilfiln;
ys At
! lay-d y ■
day, Bc
.I the
which w s
i Club
.
ho 1
.vuro club,
■ • 10 of
y

A
pw lUmniy.
El
Is ll
of It
•op..;.
»edy t
he
J. M. «1.
ih!f
it
be c<
suited ut No. Th.», K
ti eet.
3.
8.
,
TwmOO TEMPLE.
HITES AND CEREMONIES BY WHICH i
THE IDOL IS HONORED. I
_
Mrs.
A Com pie* Institution Over Which the lady
High Caste iirahmam Exercise Su
„reue Aothoritr mm R. M | t , n T
pr«iue Authority as Keeeirers, Trus
tees and Ministrant*— Their Methods.
The Hindoo temple of any size or pre- ble
tentions is a complex institution. It is
a group of ^uUdliigs inclosed within one „mt
or more walls. It possesses certain priv
ileges, granted by native rulers in days
gone by and still respected by the pres- p
ent government. It enjoys wliat may
almost bo termed a royal revenue from
bouses, lands and offerings, and it pos- ' ÏPJ'
.esses hoards of treasure in jewels «old T
» .. . ® luml,
fl'er vessels and corns. The pro,>
18 ,n t,ie of trustees, who are ool«,
elected or who claim an hereditary right
I =to tkn nftw b
TWmo lmvn nnwnr mw nn
Iboso have power ov er an enormous
wealth. Under unscrupulous trustees «ev.
Valuable jewels have disappeared or been !
Hr? T" h ."j 1 '" *>* j î"»k
com bav® been refilled with copper. Cora
Kich lauds have been let at a nominal Î Jf 1
rent to thoir relatives, and offcrin K s in- : 1 "'
tended for the teinnle have bepn nnnrn. !
norcnnoiu. r w - ,. pp
priated personally. Occasionally a trus- j
tee is prosecuted for his dishonest prac- ;
tices, but it is not often that ho is puu- [ n
ishod j full
T honr „ (inn . . . - . . | I
üäää
öL h ofte"^Äe 8 Äii
vested with sanctity and an image set
tip to the deity The landowner straight
boi,d»5 ZflMZptriSt
propitiate the god in his favor. The >
ground around tho edifice is next in- the
closed with a fence. I
j Bv and bv the shed rpmnvml an.l I
*>y anu o> me sneu is removed and | U
something-moro protentions and lasting W
erected. The de wan, or prime minister I
0 f ^j 10 province, makes a pilgrimago to !
,, , , . . . 0 ^
l * ie R hnno and leaves a neh offering in
tho hands of the Brahmans, who have
; instituted themselv
leoa and ministrants.
i pome; offerings i
i jewels and money po
banalng8 ar0 orc ' t J d . Court.,, hull»,
gallerios, a tank, pillared platforms,
walls, gateways and towers slowly grow !
around Ihe »hnue-the center point of j
the cihhco. Other shrines of afflliatod
deities may group themselves near tho , his
original, but the mulasthanum is ul- j
' . g tho Baine _ !
^ bolds the image of tlio deity to 1
whom tho templo is dedicated, and it is m<
the scene of daily ceremonies. At all !
riska '* *««?» jealously puard.-d
against tho intrusion of any but tho
twice born. When Clive look the templo
of Brieungham—tho largest in southern
India and a
• - .
those days—2,01)0 fierce Ilajputs stood
before tho door of tho Mulasthanum, do
, Trus
en and Minist ranis—Tlielr Methods.
tr.1»
•I _ . '
More pilgrims : and
kind as well as in I
ul
i In
1
r< ccivc
in, and
powerful stronghold in
c la ling that the Europeuua should only
pass in over their dead Bodies. Their
superstitions \v
loft the fanatics i
rcspcctetl, and Clive
jiosses.sion.
In preserving the integrity of tho
cred shrine the Hindoo has something
j more to consider than his religions scru-
ples. Tho restitution of tho divine
I li
I
.
inantric essence is a very expensive and
intricate process, requiring largo
of money for it» .lifferont rites.
, ,, , |, an ,l«nme la.„„ln
loro tnere is a lunusome tempi«
' was dt ' s, ' crutc ' 1 5 e!irs "8° b y tho M °
hammedana. Thoy killed a cow in tho
M nlusthanum. The building now stands
nd the Euro
sums
At Vel

...
rmch 21
Itl
empty aud unoccupied
pcan may go into outer nnd inner court
as he pleases. Tho Mulaathaiinm is a
small hall, richly decorated with carv
ings. It containr, nothing but a stone
^nis, on the faco of which is a tortoiso
« in outline.
Tho image rested formerly on tho tor
toise. There is a small gutter around
tho platform, which conducted tho sa
cred water—used for the ablutiousof tho
idol—into a reservoir outside,
drank of this
j o
purification.
' i
K
Pilgrims
ater eagerly in belief of
its miraculous powers of healing and
L ' 'Tho temple would proha
bly 1)0 used again by Hindoo worship
if money were forthcoming sutfl
tient to restore tho divine cssonco.
Tho idol is not usually made of wood
or stuno. It is molded in an amalgi
of five mutais— gold, silver, Brass, «-oj»
j )L . r am i Xn size it is smaller than
It is not called a
antric essence has
the human fig
X.
•Swami'' until tin
Been infused into it By the proper c<
monies. Thus
JJruhtnans, who u.lai
rg placing tho e
•e performed By tho
tho j>«*wur of
senco in tiny object, 1
mate or inanimate that thoy ch
b"metiinc3 tho object is
chief trustee or "Moktusoor,"
>*
•c m tho com
1
1
Ï
iS frmuoativ
is li qu iiu)
Purt of the revenue of ihe
a a grout
K-1,
ten
rL< ^
l'a
()f
11,0
Offer- !
•v and jewels
are to
.» » ■ »
, , 1 i y \, n
l gold; t.:« > mo t Ho diiughluia
ami wive« of the g«M aud tlio childreu
tf tho devil. The valuu ot their charma
goes lo t- well the olVnrt«,ry considerably.
—Cbiim our-' Jon «•»»;) 1.
l-arnim: tlu',t at'tu
fI . k ?>rr
who wore armed only witlVlsnvs anil^ar
ur
;
, ALü '> ac, nth'eftnçatocscai,oin«blg;vator
box. After trying to bnlanco Imn.self
on Bis head a few limes, however, Be
found tlie weight of l.i« foot iuaupport
able und yelled for ufiMaiaucOk
-
* Montana is larger than Turkov; Texas
i is , '»'•gcr than Iho whole Austrian cm
pire By 30,000 equaro mil«« and N
Mexico is larger time Great Britain r
Irclund put together.
llo i
lic-n said to Bo divine, mid is called
(•Swiimi," and inoroovcr, is wurshipoil j
iho * SI1 8 0 <1- Tho daily ritual whirl, rou
tercs only tho idol, ta Ices place insiüo
tho shrine at intervals during tho day.
•orshiiwrs oro present except
tlioso who are taking part in tho func
s tiun. Tho imago is leaded in every mi
«nt« particular as though it weroaliv
ing human hoirg Nothing is omittwt.
nie It is washed with water from the
sacred tauk. It is dressed and fed. It
No
;
is supposed to tako pie
pany of the dancit
wakes, and tinully
Is; it sleeps
put to bed. Dur
ing its toilet hymns of [irai. so arc sung,
lighted, camphor
s- burned, ami tho tomt«*
introduced.
lamps a
lo
re
t« tiiplo p
for ail id this,
is
hmins find their occupa
• 1
1 their living in it.
Tlie ritual <>f tho festival is
>ro imposing. The imago is covi
itli plûtes of gold and loaded with j
It is carried in procession tipo
inuoiuiU
els.
'lit
lingo car.
Ihr«
■out
silver. It
l. eyes of all. ».nd it
d magnificent journey an
courts of the temple—which are open to
I all casts-—and through tl
i ir.gs in kind
receivod. Tho daucing girls
: hero
a slow and
«1 the outer
Us
town.
•1 i
be seen, their charms enlii
-f- silk
after
in ü aioilcni Ilutilc.
Honrs lit
oaders will be
Many
1'f'sed
I
in
re*
lo of Leipsic the li
into tho field numb
1
self,
ided by
Notes and Queries.
Tho
ritt«*n By 1
as him
••Memoirs,
general
row in the Battl
lor
t
A Surprised Official.
The following story is credited to Con
, f
pre plan BoutcRe, ot Maine.
There was onco n secretary of the navy
from uu interior fituto. IIo had never
a ship before arriving in Washing- 1
th. Inn gf.rno v, l i-4 in,i, « j
hi, r 0 ! 1, '• t Q»f after las induction ,
into office, ho visited a ship of war. Af- I
1er lauding on tho mnin deck l:e looked
down the main hatch nnd seemed great- j
this ly astonished. "Never dreamed," ho
rres said, "that the durned thing was hoi
a
Bc
the
w s
club,
fee
, lu W."
!
_
Arr..»bl. Ci» IhnftM. Pf
Mr». A. H. Berlin gnve a very Rgne- L I
i Âffiï'ÏÏ''»! %iISr"2E n •Ä5J2,' I
I Ääf t^SIf.rÄÄ-SÜfiLVIL
Merlin was ably aealatad by her friand
Mrs. W. D. Lusk of Montrose, I'a
lady of rare mental abilities and a
known contributor to eeveial lug
nes ' , ... |made
Ihe parlors wore yory beautifully
decorated amt nothing was spared
# Cü 1 \ uforl an }* pIo ^ su ri4 ' 1
ble enjoyment to the occualun. A very
*ltaird *1? H  ^î?J»îîï 0< pil y - Ä 1 " , 1
„mt Triggs and E. Killer. ' ' Im
The reception was closed by an
cellont collation. The following are
p iS!m h! Simpel ThJma^K. &
Meteor, B. H. Hugh's IKminet Triggs, higher
Edward Ehler, '.V li. Smith C. 8. Aleut*
' ÏPJ' Wright, i 1,1
T VY-u 7 H V U 'A, , '° r ; «Id
luml, W. Kllvlngton, J. huff, Klwood whilst
J.rTurles Ueor«. Wuterma«. T. j J.
ool«, J. Hnrbei t, IL C. bUirt. Albert os
if 5 • Eewis, G. G. Ratcliff aud can
„ . .. . , r
Amongst other Invited gueataof tho they,
occasion wore: Mr. ami Mrs. iierlin, six
«ev. J. V. Dobbins and wlfo.II. < '. Rob-'instruoffl
! if 3 ' pm b °vb ^!î' ,lu
j î"»k 1 ïtaÆ îiîîïo ^^!^
Cora Wllliums, Carrie \ lucent, Chand- Uonal
Î Jf 1 * Dmma Kilvlngtou and Lillian Rer-at
: 1 "'- lee»
! T' • — . up
Kemiy for n»e i ourth.
j Dr. McCoy will lmve his kite shaped not
; track on Ids stock farm ueur Kirkwood
[ n readiness for the 4th or July, ami u tfntes
j full day's sport may bo anticipated.
| I he roof of t liegt and stand will be hn- tl»o
a u r"" M ^ ;
—-—
a i-oiig itiue.
> Wednesday oven-eg in order to visit r °
the family of John Taylor nonr Hock- P° u
I ossln. They arrived early und enjoyed 1,1
I thnmso.ves very highly, but this morn- ,,on
| U ^ 8onio Q f them felt with the bov
W lio invests«! a month's oariilng in nu
I holiday pleasures, that ho hud paid '
! ''cry dourly for his whistle.
^
!
j ,.£,1*"™ '
ttiviiiK .'t q
, his dairy of ov
j y* r y h«*uyy
! purchase ranks
1
m<
! '
,
*
. .. .
D.i aiia-mon
llie parlors
.If,»
Ni'miTv Drntviu'd
r>«Hiiy nrowiuu.
Tho5-yenrohl »on of Mr. Hltehena.
' who resides near the corner or Tanth had
: and I.oiulMini streets, acehlentully fell could
I Into thu Brandywine creek yesterday if or
ul tor noon, amt was saved from drown- and
i In g bv a man who was working good
1 near by. the
r Ashland pur- sent
1 u .' v r* l ,kH , ,d dowu
•f milk each day. In tho
•n la ut I t here m u Hcv- fore
Uiers, but his lu t
who
:
to
fact
r„7
I
a
who
•l
•.fuel
l'ihlng,
tn
. 1802. Cathn-,* 10
ness
at
►îl,' ,e y®
«Irsl ( 'em- «ns
■ W
, .imv'o
''
?it to ut- tor
tho
was
and
M.tKKII.D.
RDI.E-ROSIN-
ie brides uui
tu sdtty i veil
dev. .lohn I)
he resl-loiu-e
Wid
Ji
. Mr. Kolie. i
Miss licit lia itositi.'.Hitt
.1 Wi
■ In»
!
; *mi:rv.-oii th
the
tlio
l'h
«
. by Itcv.
ma J. Mr
. .letterIs
Kill
. I
of I'll
I'*'la. and Miss Mary Montgomery
" iliuiiiglon. Del.
Dili
WAR!)
rlne '
Keltit
Ih«
Ji
1st
I u. y
Invited t

I li
Mi
fcdwaul Mnrph
•ot. "ii Friday u
lock, lliitl
a diul. Into
. 1
. \Minu i ve,.
\ . W ' ,f ' ,8,MIU
'or
• 1,1
h A'idered
fiieiids
Invited

Rihi.iI
21 a i<i
11 ii
ml
Friday.
k i
Itl
MiCI.OSI
KV
Ju
0 21, 1892, Mrs.
ni«' M
a
IU»!
rrionds are Inv
I tl
•ri I «
Xl'l
. No.
K
Filth bt
. Mar.« I
in It
•li. Ii
:
loot
last
on
ui:«
,
I
U0U3 ANS SLÀ5E 7ABH11
-
of Nun's Veiling, Princstta
Henrietta
Tricotlne,
a
Ciarietta,
Convent Cloth, Rhadamcs,
Mu;
b>
,
Armure,
Worviileux,
Cashmere
Satin d'Lyon,
UnrlineCloth,
Satin Louisenne 1
Orap'd'Alma,
Courtiand Crapes
c
in R had a ma.
The best black goods to wear
The best black goods to buy.
The best assortment here.
c
of
>* Fourtji and Market Sts. a,
the
i.
I T I,' Pj,' iq n timo f, «r v
HJ.« L\1 j IS fl tlllie tor
11 li
Mr.
onill Wo tnlil vnn vr.
mu. tiotoia toil J,0b
ten lav about SOlllO of tlie
1 AT , r ter,
1 small tilings 111 Men's Fill'
„ V I . .1
Ï " Ämomt Ä-rS
, a ■ ' amoiuu.iiUu ot 0 r i at
curniiicnncp S»i)i*|. c O I'mvc
ihe ° r '' . J'j ^
for 25c., and Hemstitched
|f n , .11.,,'.. ... .,r„. rni,„„ p.
liaiJllhclCllUMh at lue. J. liesc
K-1, are rare values An Outin«
ten ill. nut taints. nil VlUlUlg
rL< ^ SI lilt at -51 is another OakiY«„
l'a Hull Dllihllthl'ODV
()f rp ^ 1 l i^ -V irrv
lrOUSCl'3 JS*2.50, ».•Tiny
11,0 A.» rn Oi c ' •
fc'L.jO. ».4. boil'C arc wait
in.r for YOU
in o 101 > 011 -
! YOU luiVC not °ivon linll' ,R
»• -, .
to tlie attention thoy merit to«f
» ».I ni.,,', i i «• i-i
n l,n( - , bC OlLipui UUtlDg Ö011G
)V r f,() /«roifw
^un ioii CvOUlb gu CC1HH. t
Yott'vC !)ftld âl foi' liot hull
/ ■ * , \ \
as good. U00U and Stoadv
demâudifor those
\| 0 °' 1 0 * Ua lllul ^ C'Sts "t
1Ä ÜTi iv
Ïfad Ï
It would he a courteous
ur- lecognitioil Ol tiado
; «leaver if you'd take the ole
and examine our im^^
mr . n . p etp/.l- rtf l lAtnnei.n.io
Be !? CUh0 bU,C ,v 01 V om CSpU119,
Merges filld Cheviots Careful
]v. Jf yoil Oftll SU"'' '0St anv
.. . J . * °° ' .J
Texas l )0SSl 1)10 liuproveuieilt ill
cm- tllC'lU let US know.
Mr
i
' |
j I S0111C tlliims, lllld
JL thnn for nil ll,ii-.v«- M.
. U111L 101 lUlll S s -
d tllllC IOl* ^1'C'llt tilings, ailu Mr
jt time for BlUilll filings,
r*, . . . c ,, ., •
mi- It B il tlllie lor all tilings
lit all times here at Oak Hall.Mt
Never a tlilV without SOUR'
the
It
; ba
to
and
Tho
AAif liAT T
Con- UAIY iliYLiij,
CIVTU lun MARVCT QTRPCTS
navy viA.il AilJ ..lnii!\tl 5.Sl£i.l 0|
never PHiinHninHi»
1 __ _!_ np _
« j ? u.ji—. L . JL .,
, NEW LAUNDRY.
Af- I wnniio Atin 1 rp mm
CHAN YOUNG AND LEE WAR,
great- j
ho
hoi
a ,WanamakerSt lire
111
First-class Chlnoso Laundry
ai 400 king sT„
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 27th. • Je23-0t
_ _ ^
Pf II
L I , , , M Is
I I IV
_ L U U l l,ot
o« r »over Latter.
..a'Corrcapondonoa of t hn UAtmhtinnn
Dovek, JunoaS. 1893.-Notwithstaml- tAtod
lug the assertions to the contrury!
|made by the correapoudeut or Every) ,
Evening and others, the Republican dred,
nominations of I'reMdont nml Vice- '1°
1 'resilient 1m ve been received hero with:
unmixed satisfaction. ami no siuall'nlose
Ä 1 " , 1 ount ,° r enthusiasm. Patriotic jher
Im linden u '
ox-lrejoleeit*the noraRmtion of fieniauilii e<
Harrison for a second Presidential 1
& Äri t nmî' «TnÏÏuLVlT*«
higher standard of practical states.i wer
muuship. v I
1,1 reference to Republicans, os I
«Id in my letter ,!( May *■ loth,
whilst ninnv would lmve likeil to have.
s^nthr-i'fn^Kulsht'n^mTn^l
os the standard bearer of the llepubll- hoc
can party, yet, inasmuch as ho had ex- ing
pressed bis disinclination toUke hold. cut.
they, at our State Convention, elected
six delegates to go to Minnoanoha an.l .
Rob-'instruoffl theiM 1 Uelegatei^ ^voto^Sr F,le
,lu nomination of tiled nml trusty !'rue
B b". I ÎSÂ'uïtlon U "f ' S Sri
Uonal affairs, ns Komi*or Higgins said
tho convention: -it has bean fear
lee» frank, andnll that. Rons to make Uvea
up u good Government."
And great was tin* astonishment. If C.
not indignation, here, when tho news E.
arrived that two out of Uio six dele-Dickinson
tfntes sent by the state convention toi
Minneapolis had proved recröhnt to Wll8
tl»o cause which they wore sent to Blip- 1
.h. denn, 1
; !sr. ïm
Individu ils in our inhist who —
plained of the administration not huv
r ° un d,'' from a disposition to innke.nlo
P° u ? e wltu l V° lulv ersttry whilsthe wua^^day.
1,1 U,Q way. did
,,on *' : °inniiUal In speech,
somowhat lu ko warm us
nu JlJî ,n °, r , Mr - Harrison,
' v *>en It was knewu that It w
d being
ppe&red,
to tho nomi-jLayton,
Har- 2Uth.
««rann .1 f ua ii. .«it I rav0l ' ln g.
.If,» -"'i' 1 have
.«.«îi«?, . ano ' v ; witiiout unv ox
ceptlon approved of the action ofth«., IH
Mlnnoapoli» Convention, ami »aid It" 1 ,!
had done tho very host thing that,
could be done und«>r the circumstances'
if or the good of tlie Republican party ru
and tho welfare of tho country. Ali ■ 8 K
good men telt satlstlod that "lor oiico; 8 { d
the plain people hud put the politicians 1 ft
to'rout."
In reference to the six delegates
sent by Delaware to Minneapolis, we He
dowu here who know so much about and
tho "How," tho ' Why" and tho Where
fore that certain gent lemen
elected
or a little
Ison, there was
delegates for Kent, c
to til«) National Convention cann
jderstai.d why certain
should give
fact that G
nty
s pa per s ti
u of till!
llmso delccat»» fnvoio.l ^e^nomlna '
lonof l-rSiÄ Huibteii k'ty
rom lng the 'Mornlnir Vow»" ut
a ,Mu-»on woi'ud Inter tlmt'thS Ä "f
who know Mr. Massoynro as much as-; 11
•l tonlshod and ns slow to bellove tin»'
•.fuel ol Mr. Massey's doing tho right lugs
l'ihlng, as wero tho pooplu of old, who «I
believo that ho was,awnings
among tho prophets. Has Mr. Masaoyj
'heretofore been an uncertain factor!
tn Republican politics? W» know that
10 «a« Invariably exhibited great cool- J.
ness of tempor, anil has always nmnl
tested good judgment with a constant
,e y® Il ,0 t , . ua * n chance,and "never has
«ns certain to gain, and could not P0H-, 1
W tL „ Ut h K B n V' d I«*
dhl mid Wliat hoaml Un , ''
' 1Ï.V .
•o sent to do Is not to be
■cldent to be won
-■ a duty for tin' perform- t»n
.imv'o ut which lie should be Invidiously
extolled. "Asa matter of fact,"as the !F l
'' Republican said the other day, "Sena
tor Higgins and General Wilson were
loyal to I lari Ison from lirai to lttat. : l ,0
«I Senator Higgins was chairman of
tho Delaware delegation. Mr. Massey
was on the right side for once and is I
lt.itlod to credit for getting then»," lng
and to do any tm
ot
h pi
go V
ini
knew Saul to
IMirgl
'or delegates
pointed out
A'idered Jit
give him that
[credit is calculated to make wicked
Individuals ask how he g<
: Gove
tl
loot 1. * o, n ' Ve< t ,,e 8'lay
last apuoi.itod Ezekiel 1. Cooper to be
Loloncl and Judge Advocate-General | e
on his stnll. Lzcklel Is at present Log-men
istmor Wilis in and for Kent county, this
ui:« 1 those who protoss to know, say
, . the two °ffi<■•)!*, is Incom-Mcrrlliow
patlblu with the laws of tho State.
,ful ,,ome Wcdillng. I
At the ruHidenco of the Bride's
moth.M est .Sixth street. Mr. Robert
Mu; urdlo ttiiti M1 »b Loi tha Rosin were
lunict in th.) holy bonds of matrimony 1,1
b> tins Hot. J. D. (. Hanna l'i»t even
, ------- Miss Amelia Rosin,
sister or the bride, was maid of honor, i>
! Mr. lit. Kates was best man. Hick,
onh's wero porrurmed Beneath |*
°. 8 - A 8 !' 10 ,, BartVors
im . 1 0I ,' Mi«« Bertlia Dill
plated Meii'lelssohn s^Nodiling AInrch
ih.) Bude was attired lit n Beautiful
e or while Hi »k cut ruin,. and
Iho maid of or
9M'k entrain, Up
A l*«-j
1
vli of .lids
entered thu pm
cost
icd Briilal 1
as nttirud In Blue
a, j i| u *jj
the ce
H .. ,
sis witnesced ns
whom were:
i. « ». ... . ... , ■ , ''V?', ''•.."•with
«r v U . m î'i 3 ! ul \> S 88
Amtitu ltoslu. Miss 1\1 s1h Loßln. Miss on
11 li ' tv 'v n " ' ^ ' 'V 1 .' , Qnt i
Mrs \\. 5anm!l, Mr. ni:d Mrs. Klehurd
Rosin, Mr. and Mrs. 'iheodote
a.
r or «I
ml Mrs.Samuel R.Crimes,1
and Mrs. Ralph Hughes Miss
Amelia Grimes. Mr. Will Grimes
New Çttstle:
. . j. B. Smith,
Amelia « irlmes, Mol lie Smith,
iv Smith, Mr. and Airs. Jofferis,
Mr. and Mrs. durance Holt, Mr. ami
l : 'i«ram'0' Tut»»,'Yiis "iliomaB
Smiti. Mr. and Mr». Mttlo .Mr .and
!uil«*nry; t aptuin Jacobs an«l sis
ter, Mr.Chan bhlllng.ii.of Philadelphia;
lli«, Soll!« l ill. .umlo «indiio. I'lor
«ne, linldwin, I'lorouco c'lmlhint Mi\ i.
SÄ^Ä 1
at ,.,„.^.<,11. Mr.iiuiinviigiiUMi-. Samyio.,
'iiu» mcscnls were nunicrous an«i
^ co.^tiv .
il,i l.rlderm.l croom left about U.sn
p. in . 1,'r ll.ulr fuluro homo" No.^ snftïï.
u l ' - .
..'
OakiY«„ i, \ v
Vireat'Rriuiin ' wVl! fairly excel nil
previous efforts in tho exhibit sho will
».•Tiny before our astonished eyes nt
• tlcago next year. England and her
colonies nlreiuly have secured the onor-,
mous space of l hi co hundred thousmul
sounio foot, nnd possibly this may lie®
,R 'l'J«d t°- The result of th«j commis
. -»ion's labors, shows a Vast amount.
to«f work and widenwnko enterprise.
i-i Unit England ami all her provinces
will have u representative showing
thill will improve their groat resources,
t ; a . lft UIld u-dusUy goes without say
"ig.
Nor is Germany to bo loU Behind
Hoir Alqulsl assuros us tlmt Emperor
excellentto'h.tt ÄSS
"t [ uî è" " 'Pi, i e I?, U»,' 1 "y® 1 thoHrat ^ f
iv îf.îi'ê
^ gjv« »
Oll-afraMwo won't bo able to carry Ills
ole- !;!SÄi° 0 'ran C! SÖ : grait"ÄÄ
im^^ ï'X'a „ ho t " OTïeB '""'
easily Loan bo done.
^ lc ^ i}yi 7 r
roT»vn.T.K. June 23.-The threaten,
anv e< * ^ Q,1 *? or f° ßL Dlalr nnd the towns
.J uloiiK r the .Schuylkill Valley By the
ill Bursting of tho Kaurman dam nonr
iin tho dam'h"' V 0S8 ' >;18 ' r 10
ni
"iig
Mr
P. Rosin. Mr
M.
s - li(15 |n, Mr.
Mr
.
of
Mrs.
mt
,-utm
od several
feet nml Iho supply streams havo been
ml tho water was spread out over nn:
of twenty-throe acres. There Is
'Uil about forty feet of wutoi In the
dam and tho breast, weakened by
over twenty-four hours' pressure, is
eplit up the face fbra distance of
0| twenty yards. The., volume of water!
running out of the break is largunj™
than it was yestorduy. it Is thought
that befor«) the breast gives way tho
wutsr will have been so Dir reduced us
to prevent uny sorlous Hooding of tho|i4)9
|«r a sold dallai or n paper doll«r will
take j ou on th£_Pr»sbyteiiM ii excursion
^to Nealiainlny Falls, July Itii.
A
Dollar
Dot».
«Mim Mnry Bauten of Middletown,
Is visltl#* her »toter In thl. olti-.
Senator sn.l Mr». A. II. Rloh»rd»on,
l,ot Dover, .ail lor Europe on the 88th
«.... r ......
William Lynn had his foot
tAtod ^1° Homeopathic
day a H° , ' noon -
, Abraham Kelley, of New Castlo lmn
dred, is n candidate for the Democrat
'1° uoralnntion for road oommlaaioner.
The Hftls Machine Company will
siuall'nlose their
jher
Wa i , , ,,b ^*»rriUewh»B been appoint
e< }» ft, »? lca PP®r f° r T 1)e J ft t£ , ° by tll °
1 **£,"* ÎÎ"""? of the L. A. W.
"»ft* Doier yesù. da .
wer ® continued am! court adjourned.
I The Hoard of Health bos issued
blank cards which will be glvon to po
licemon
nuisance
Joh.,8 Llttell ot this city I. a mem
hoc or
ing a weok
cut.
. ... . . ... . .
F,le J ,d8 School, rocelvod his degree of
!'rue fl( in y Ul U aver or ° eg0 OQ
Soutenant He.bortDeal.yne. United
states engineer, who is stationed ut
Willetts Alnt, N. Y.. Is visiting relu
Uvea and friends In New Castlo.
Virgil l'retty
C. W. Prettyraan, of Wilmington M.
E. Conference, was graduated from
dele-Dickinson College Wednesday.
Thomas F. Wnhlron of this city
Wll8 0 no or those upon whom deacons'
1 orders wore conferrod at the Gathe
1 ^isfe-ÂrÆ'M'sa
bt. Marks' P. L. bunday hcnool oi
Birmingham Park next lues
wua^^day.
; ampu
liospltal
ks ut noon on Saturday
fter, Ineteud of 4.80.
i
v and Appeals
All cases
that they can report any
their districts.
outing party which la spend
ln western Conueetl
Allen B. Clement, n graduate of tho
, a son of the Rev.
Curds are out for the marriage of
William H. Miller and Clara Hopkins
nomi-jLayton, In the Bridgovlllo M. E.
Church, Woduosday afternoon, Juno
2Uth.
Soiuo of the farmers In Kent County
have commenced cutting wheat. The
sniymu Times says it 1ms escaped rust
IH i ,.,..»„11^*** fnii-lv Willi in nualilv
It" 1 ,! , A, „V,? ' y «luaiitj
,,.. 5 , ... . ..
^ ^ workers will hold a
ru ®°tlng 111 the hall, No. 4la nnlpiey
■ 8 K n * 1 ' ° , }.ö atur, 1 * ft y evenlug, to oon
8 { d J n ' oiijttore relating to their mats
1 ft welfare,
died, visited 1
He commenced
and ii
before It rains.
It
■'redorlck Klalr of Christiana him
city t his morning,
mowing yestorday,
; anxious to get his hay In
In
The salo of cows on the far
Tuesday after
o Brot hors,
noon, was qui to well ultendod, nnd
s ti l0 entire heixl was disposed of at toi
eittbly fail- price».
' Tl '" Charley Owl Fishing Club ot 11,1»
k'ty loft French street wharf l»»t night
ut '"'«might, on tho tug Taurus
"f "W Sh ' P J °' m LlKÜt
11 ^ 10 Dolawaio b.i>.
Persons who wish to procure
lugs aro referred to the advertisement
«I Blrnio & Son. They offer to store
was,awnings for customers through tho
winter without charge.
Two Japanese students of Drew
Theological Homlnary, H. Yauiaku and
J. liasagumn, will preach in tho Meth
odist Church at Smyrna, next Sunday,
morning and evening, and give un Ulu- i
strated lecture on Monday evening.
„MfÄT Ä"Ä "
1 S I ,S5i of Ht l»niilï M F rh.m h
d I«* m® "Y»'- 'rV. "ÏVr "• AT t »r Uielr
'' rid,U t, l 0 u '°î' tu Mr - McCoy's
form, near Summit Bridge.
ihe peach shipment from Milling-
t»n last year wa» the largeat from any
puint of the Uulted States. One day
!F l V re *T? n ' cars shipped.
fetlniatod that 30
e, *Bfe crop this year fr
: l ,0 ' n k
Tho following applicants for posl-
lions on the police force weroexaiu-
is I lied yesterday: George Curry, roshl-
lng at 90« W. Sixth street; James
Ill
Thornton, of No. 204 French street,and
Harry Johnson, or No. 1210 French
6t.reot. m
in t^o nm climbing contest at
ycranton on Monday B.FrunkMcDan
| e l of this city, was one of the three
Log-men to »euch the t«>p. W. 1). V
this city came within 75 feet uf tho
top. In tho 23 milo load
Incom-Mcrrlliow was sixth and W. D. V
oightli.
of
■ o H. W.
I j| lH o, 8t iiirthUay.
A sa B. Folntaett. son of Charles W.
Rolntsett, No. 402 West Sixth streot,
reached his 21st birthday last Tuesday,
1,1 t he evening ho was visited by a
largo delegation of tho Young Men's
Christian Association, also b
i> 0 i of tho young people of
Hick, church, who serenade«! hi
|* ft with him a largo profusion of lit
BartVors ahd other preHcnts. Besides tiiolr
hearty wishes for a restoration of his
health, and for his fut ire prosperity,
jt. vvill be one year tiie first of Jul v
slneo Mr. Botutseti has l oon ou'shle
of or tho house on account of sickness.
Up has borne his «ickne
y a 11 um
Union M.
ly
i-lth rar
, chrlatlanîre»lgimtlon!uiui;f«irtltude,und
ns he is gradually gutting Better ho
ami his many friends look forWurd
''•.."•with pleasurable anticipations to a
88 complete recovery soon when ho will
on co nioro enjoy the fresh air and
i blue sky out of doors.
a Grand Moonlight.
The Elk Association will give a
grand moon fight excursion to Augus
hue Pier on Saturday night, and those
who wish to enjoy u pleasant evening
should »«« sure to attend. Th«» Bust
order will bo preserved, and all who
attend uro assured of a pleasant trip.
lluntl.,» f,.*7i»siues..
Poler LnlTerty, of Hockcssin, 1» tn
sis- this city to-day searching for some
kind ol business inTvhlch ho may en
«»g». lie I* a young enterwWug
i. S, »»» mnn nnd thoV« I» n.. dô .ht
1 ^ W,U 0 " tk " ,bto I
y --
an«i
. , , y . . .
l;r nooplo, who liny
snftïï. 11 " irt '" leh , ot '»•■auMota»!»,.
'"»rthanslundurd «node. Surolyiufum»
k« entitled to ti,« best ruotjobininnw«.
" is e lui't Unit tho Uall Burden i
l"F.agle" Brand Coudonsed Milk is tho j
nil ÄÄ^Plt YüUr « rwer u,ld
will __
nt Keep fool This Wurm Wuather
her u,*,,,!,!.. '
onor-, Bhoos soiling ut lowest pi ices, and a
o5 ttU pii U | nn« 1 ! ft«n e o 11 i^ > hnrmfina ,UI Ti l5 v*
lie® 1 ,; 1, VU ^ w « . L. S* 1 •
CuALFANf, Agt., 4 A\. Second street.
^ ^ u " Wall-1 »per Co. |
Daniel Rlckta und others will make ■
ftn application to Judge Grubb on I
Wednesday, July 6th, lor an uct of 1
say- Incorporation under thu name of tHo ;
"Hardwood and Stone Imitation Com-1
pany," to manufacture, print, use and
sell wall-paper in imitation of wood or
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^ f ™ SEffirt» 1 c P "llSfr Te i cu ™ 1
îf.îi'ê
j?M « 0 A£ .
Ills rr -—- - 5» ,
PcMUVDÄ"Bimj !
'""' I .IrlL LS
frtrßht f***.ïR»s"?Âwü!r®ofc ^
the
nonr
i
»thf
i'TOiVHr.
!
,-utm
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been "' ~ e , .
F« Lembardj CemRery.
nn:
Is Owlnir to increased travel n hm-k win
the leave cur nor Fourth and Market street«
by for Lombardy Cemetery, Thursday sud
is Su N ay arternooiiB at 8 o'clock. Fa
of ro\xnû trip, 10cents. JAMES WAT
water! j (
largunj™
JH
tho 4«
us n c.
tho|i4)9
for
8UN.
o20-tf
Wth and Duro|U..91°. I
ÜLVENA, 915 Market -
Olt RENT—
hoU603
bOHBP-t
K. PHh streot, $9.00
Davis street, $9.C"
-1, f82.
n w
\ 2.) street, 7 rooms nnd bntli, $17,
nd i'5 Conrad street, 7 rooins und
hath. $H.
is
213 a
will
r
J dwelling,
to JOHN M
Appty
■treat. Phone 139,
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A NEW DISCOVERY
■FRAGItkNT
TRI-PHOSA
A Wonderful Cleanser.
IffiT Neither ammonia nor soap eon equal it. It
does tho work of both, and does it better
than either.
It is entirely harmless, and is cheap. One
t2T' trial will convince you that it has no equal.
Sold by grocers and druggists.
Delightful for the hath.
Bo suro to try it.
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BAG OF OUR HIGH GRADE FANCY
— _ , , _ — -_[that
ROLLER PATENT FLOUR.
* " 1 1 ■ *- w w * ■ »
It Is to Your Interest to Try a Sample
AS GOOD AS CLIFTON.
1-lG Bbl, sacks at 32c.
In Barrels, $5.00.
I-1G Bbl. of Hungarain 00, Sacks at 38c.
In Barrels, $5.75.
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N. W. Corner Fourth and Madison Streets.
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TELEPHONE N O. 700 .
want
soma naw
i il - V
clotnifl" to
wear during
. t ,i -Ï1
vacation, and tlicv will
need it made as strong
... T . n
a-B possible. Dress them
as coollv as possible,
.
and jt they only want a
uegligco sbirt and a
■ ° c .
pan- of trousers, we
can sell you them for
, r + tl (1 l
VCI} 11U10 money. vgOOU
values and styles »n
• light suits for boys of
all sizes, also thin coats,
and omts nml vests
aiiu eu*! Ln UilU \LJnl»
THOSE Will
BOYS
a
v
ly
ho
a
from 40 cents up.
Linen pants in all size
for boys and men; just
the thing for this hot
weather
as you can
bftvfi tlinm wnnlmrl nnrl
a Have 1110111 WftSÜCU ailCl
liavC ft HOW nail' CVCrV
.. ^
time Y OU «0 SO.
T rp -»«■ . 0
JAS. T. MULLIN & SON,
Tailors, 6th St Market '
Clothiers, WilinillgtOn.
tn
en
.ht
I
liny
--
Surolyiufum»- — - — -
|_ ame skme nts. _
i ' "
tho j nDAtin AfiJWIIAl PYPHRQIflM
u,ld BRAND ANNUAL EXCURSION
Of tho M. W. African Harmony Grand
LclgeF A. A. Y . Masons lo Hchuotzeii
' ^k. f:o«ki«»n, N. .1. Krllay. June Jit I».
a Host leaves King «trout wharf at
v* #3U ,L Hn r dln l B'a , '»nS , Ut*a^luolIt ,l Bâlld , win
1 • ÎSo in It. * * " 1 ioâo-4U
j
TUT" ANTED—25 while and colore«! Kiris
| \\ fort«-uor«i housowork°Iu uliy'and
■ tounirj-. Throo white oooks for olty. A
on I C' r » for i'nrpontor station, alre for KIbc
of 1 A woman for Nt. Georgea uo oh
tHo ;
Com-1 unÄSaon ^ Josenh lliikfî." 0 *
and _ _L°r. . lt .
or r pilE K.TEt'THGI*OISK Ift-TIIE GREAT
| iÄÄlÄI r>Ä
™ 1 «SiÄa!""'' b " e " eur<111 -
E | eciropoisei 506 King stf8eti
J ^
F'ÄäÄÄ
5» , amount of money. i>nio » and largo pro
! ""*• AiSnn I '" ,en '' *" uS'-u"
Tpciisai.k-a Vi.tola». Knight •I-..,,;
plor uniform, with or without «• -
Andrew Templar, this offleo.
i
jc23-3t
N "«ÏLiSf I
»ih! I
oluctr i; Pght v
•ks
•«*t in Hall, No.
itIkv e«
'dock i>. m. R
I "Vvïl R 1J U 11NDERWOOD. F
a
ing, j
ne #8 of
! Jü2l-3 1
. \ATANTED -Hy a
Ä.KSr'
win
sud
•kintr
, 1)
Ad
rd
J"
Ranted
in« man
oiperlpnpo In moat store,
reterence. Address U., thlsotlioo. je
"tlTANTED—Whits girl
VY housewoik In family
ply 010 West 10th street.
for fi-o oral
° l t Jea'8-3t" P
for
OTIOE 18 HEHEHY GIVER THAT
anplh-atlou by Daniel Uicktaand
111 Be inode to the Honorable iff
list!us0.Grubb, Asjotflu'c Judge,
nesday, tho Oth duy of July, A. I)., 18»2,
at ll o'clook in tlm moriiTiiff, at (Jliainlieis
In the City of Wilm'nsrton, fpr a chart r
of Incorporation of a oompnny to bo «-ail
ed '•Hardwood And Stone imitation Cotn
I
- p" iing wall
N a
othe
und
the I« us! nesfl of m
tlnff, Uulshiuff, using uni
>er ln Imitutiou uf wood
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H.Y.ClotlMHonsfl
Wilmington. Thursday,June 23,18&2.
--
MEETINGS FOR TI1IS EVENING,
City Council.
Naomi Lodtfo. A. G. L.
Edou Io ' lïo - *• °- O F -
A.ylum Lodge, f. O. O. F.
to Wnrwlck Cast le, K. O, B.
Keokuk Tribe. Lan. M.
-Ï1 Alpha Council, L. of R. C.
Liberty i,o«isc, a. o. g . f.
n. s.er.ntPMt o A it
n Wawasct Irlbo, I. O. II. M.
Jefferson Lodge. I. O. O. F.
, Kb ™° A - °- K - M
GeneralT. A. Smyth Circle.
a i,udio 8 Aidor roeta u . a.h.
a Ladio» au ut p 0 «t i, o. a. a.
Admiral DuPont Post, O. A. U.
», Jo u,r. con.—y, k t
Wilmington Lodge. A. O. ü. W.
l Brandywine Doncluve, S. W. M.
I Worktngmon'B Loan Association.
»n
of J.»-™, "»ion..,,,,,
'.»ay WuHUiiston if«» • Communion,
! K " J " a ''Kniehteof
Mt. Calvary Lnoanipment, K.of 8.J. A M. :
Ucn'l. Jno. A. l.oauu Castle, A. O. K. M. C.'
cent do Paul, St. Mury's
ta u xt • 1 l t
JJon t think that becauso
Lave taken our children s
clothing display OUt of OUr
. , » , 1 J ,
that W01*0 110t Ü0
^ inrr fliivthinrr in tlmt lino
" 1 b ail J« nin g 111 line,
Olir children's clotllild" do
, . uu
' P ar T lcnt 18 :Uwa )'« Well
! trollized; °f COUrsO Wo'rfi liotj
Selling quite as many BUitS
lrA b ] i n ,« J TT
ftB WC did ft month flgO. HOW
,
can we, When vve ve nttod
thousands of boys wiUi
suits tins spring?
, -, , , J
too good to look shabby vet.
mL.". J - ,
llieyiO made too Strong to
- j„. r > „? ;r
be worn out now. Bat, if
VOur llOV llilsli f, aot lira Em)'»
^ t -.„A ' n , .
yet, it 11 be ft good tUllO ^0
C0111G tO-lHOXTOVV - plenty
1 „ — _ c 1 ,1*1
I». , here }'Ct, ilOm ft Serviceable
at -, , ai r ,v , « • i ■
win ^ ilt ^ 1,Ü ° U l } to a9 Mlgll
ftS VOU care to f^O
r, °
liVery boy WftlltS pftllts.-
Tf i.u rt l:„ 0 .„-,ii i| i
A "UÛ DOy IS Slliall 11G WftlltS
Int« nf îmntc _Damn in n»^/l
oh- iOlb Ü1 pdlllS LOlllC 111 ftlH!
60e OUI' ßl'Cftfc l)ile of odd
l 0 *■ *
. knee pants. 8c0 if VOU C*Vei'
ao ,„ „ 4
«tores Sco ff you ever ïwi""
such really gOOcl pftllts with!
bi PP ociÂr oœ or
7ÖC aud «1.
Stfl6t.)f 038 pflOÎ, 03-1 ll
1 eallefiad luifh unir nnrnhiA« ... n
Sa,IS,l " U * I,B f 8 ^ P urc,IJSä we
' will return your müil3ï,
1 1
Society St. V
p.Y.Clotlini House
316 MARKET STREET.
' MAX EPHRAIM.
rd
U f t._ 1 . cf 0 n j
the best all around cleanser
in the world.
UNIVERSAL VERDICT
oral
P
FRACqANT__ TRI-PHOSA
iff
18»2,
r
in the world.
j
, . , iV
ü homo for ra r «u > »ml wlfssnd
J licunos tor mu. si. 1 wife and
shipiey
Je23-&t*
Do You Use It Î
ANTED-5
W
uni li
n
•work. Good wage". Apply
tlngton lutclilgence Ollice, SOö l
street.
at Wii
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FIFTH EDITION.
CHIEF BLACK BUHN RESIGNS,
Ho Does Not, However. Admit Ills
Guilt—Theodore VV. Francis Made
Chief—Promotions In the Force.
So far
•a concerned they
the necessity of making a further In
vestigation Into the charges against
ex-Chlef of Police William J. Black
burn, for accepting bribes from polloy
backers. Mr. Blackburn yestorday,
hold conversations with tho members
or tho polios commission, and told
them that he was ready to resign, Ida
counsel having advised him to do so.
Accordingly a special meeting of tho
commissioners was held last night
and the matter was tulkod over. The
result of the consultation was that
police officer Holomon
to Mr. Blackburn with the
note:
"Mu. W. J. Blackburn: I have con
versed with the other members of the
commission and they have unauimous
lv agreed to accept your resignation.
Please send It hy bcaror and oblige,
yours vory truly, "fiJJ.Wxujnr?'
After the course of hnlf
officer Solomon returned with the
following fi
tho Polloe Commissioners
released from
d lapa tolled
following
hour or
Mr. Bluokburn:
"Wilmington, June 23.
Mayor; John \V.
"Hon. 8 . J. W
Lawson and Chaules Jesteu, Polloe
Commissioners:
"Gxntlkmkn: Please accept this as
chiet of police. But
un admission of charges pre
■*'Very Respectfully,
"W. J. Blac:
my resignation
not
(erred.
BN."
Mr. Lawson, movod that tho resig
nation lie accepted. Mr. Jester sec
onded tho nomination, and the motion
was passed unanimously.
The resignation was not forced upon
Mr. Blackburn, but It was rather ac
cepted by his roquesfcso that ho might
have
courts an
opportunity
id vindicate
to go before ihe
himself.
Had Mr. Blackburn made a defence
on Tuesday when an Investigation
commenced before the Police Com
missioners, the following affidavit of
Harry It. Knoezel the registry clerk at
the Philadelphia Savings bank whoro
the deposits wore made would havo
I been presented:
"Montoomeut County, ss.:
I "Personally appeured before me, a
justice of tho peuce, In and for said
jeounty, Harry It. Kneozel, who says
and deposes that ho was registry cleric
doty 0 ofThüaàeîpbi^ Vn£* * U " d 8 °
position on tlio astli day of April,
fâ'ack h g So °°
» the tieiauu whu opene.1 an account on
tho above dote in above-named socie
ty, and ho further says that he has
William J. Blackburn bo
was, or held
urn
nev
fore to-day, to the best of his know
ledge and belief. JIarky It. Knelzel.
'•Sworn und subscribed to before
mo this ISth day of Juno, 1893.
"John H. Gottshalk."
Mr. Knoezel was found at rerklom
onvllle, Montgomery county, by De
tective Hutton, who took Chief Black
burn along. When Mr. Hatton wont
to him.aloue, leaving Chief Blackburn
In the carriage. Ho said he knew of
thoeaso from the public press, and
said ho did not think he could recog
nl/.e the persan who made tho first dö
posit and signed his tin me in tho regia
I try book. Mr. Knoezel was at ffrel
J somewhat reticent about giving id
.formation, saying that he onoe
ln trouble In tho Spring Garden Bank,
prÂP« 05 "
Detective Hatton assured him that
he would get Into no trouble. Ho was
shown tho fac similes of the signa
tures supposed to bo Mr. Blackburn
and asked If ho thought they were a
written by one man. Ho was Inclined
to bellove that they woreuot. He also
asked if Blackburn wrote with his left
hand. He was then taken to a
rlage where Blackburn
got
und asked
If he had ever soon that man before.
Aftor the regular routluo of busi-
ness was over tlio commissioners mot
Iu,, d made those promotions: Captain
Theodore W. Francis to be chief of po-
|lloe; l'atrol Sergeant Charlos E. Evans
to be police captain; Joseph w. How
gate, patrol officer, to be sergeant of
patrol; James H. Massey of tho Sev
enth ward to bo patrol officer.
Thoodoro \V. Francis, the new chief.
Is about 40 years old and was born and
raised ln thl3 city. Ho Is a painter by
trade. Ho was a spociul officer UndAn
ex Mayor Harrington and was ap
pointed police oAptain by tho Police
Commission whon It went into office.
Charles E. Evans Is u Pennsylvanian
by birth, and is 87 yours old. Ho was
a sergeant of patrol under ex Mayor
Han lng ton, and was retained in that
position by tho Polleo Commission.
Joseph W. Ilowgate. the now pitrol
sergeant, was appointed a patrol offi
cer by the Police Commission Ho is
36 years old and is a Democrat.
Pll
n.wc» JÄäs.-TheSaivaUon
Army formed a lino at their barracks
last evening and
ware street, gathering a largo crowd.
'and Mi»» Cam« «Vise will tub« place
ot the ivsldenco uf (Jhui los V. Wiao
M. : Tuesday evening. June 28th.
C.' Contractor McL'aullev has com
rched down Delà
meuoed
the lot for the now
tiro engine house. Several trees have
been felled un«l several more tiro to be
cut down. This will bo tho first build
ing to go up on th® Losiio buiiuing
s hfisa whiteiock, teacher of tho pri
OUr »?i°®' j . hoo i hero - 1 ha f 0, °8ed schoo 1 for
the si mmer, and roturued to her Rome
Ü0- * n ^J-lmore.
. Ohamberlaln. who hud his
hip dislocated at the Delaware Iron
do- VoJKh a JT? 6 '? 8 *¥?• j® able to
uu m o VO ayoijndwith the aid of crutchee.
pa-l^v. E. UHubtarnJ is visiting friend.
liotj Jlov. Mr. Hubbard ha» been making
pÄStoS?hl/S,hi«i W * p " rtu,tl * 8
T° n \un a'!,. 6 ii' » » , ,,
,,** ï Vü ,° a L - "Uson.,^-iBtarted on tho
, ' mitod oxi,r.»» of tlie t., W.* B.R.U.
(kv.-uimny yesterday »» stenographer.
»M«
Tliey'rt>?Â"LVÂfÂ^ a8S ' vlsUed ü0r
fi»eiiils lieio yesterday.
vet. Mrs. Charles Miller and two sons, of
, West Uhoster, uro visiting ill tills oty.
to Mwsidu 1'roudlit, or iiulumore. I»
;r the «nest or Miss llettlo Siultb
if h«v. chuiis.-.xuruor, "f^Tyiw.Temw.
Em)'» epeutllng a few days with bia sister
Miss Mary Turner. *
^0 ^: ami Watte of Wilmington,
U U u l at »veô lime yestoiday.
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^«'«Greuil Annual excursion
i ■ Of tho M. W. African Harmony
Grand Lodge, F. A. A. Y. Masons to
«ehuetzon Park, ötooklon Township,
° i to-morrow, proinisM to bo a
al . ,uir ; ' J, » oL
i atreot wharf at 7.30 a. u
lodge will parade this .
n»^/l tl10 following roule: Fo
ftlH! stieet, right, resting on Tutuall,
odd Uth * to 0mn * e ' to »Mh. toPop
* «»r. to 12th, to lombard, to 9th, to
»^ust. to Ttli, to Wilson, to loth, to
«alnut, to Dili, to French, to 4 th, to
ïwi"" ^
Äl'ÄÄ
dlS-}Ä»^Ä&b,r^
n "'llpayy
we
BmlsUoot.
will leave Kin
j. The Gran
•onlutr over
4 til
WI
to call before looking
wo havo marked all our
G. W. Evans, 209 West
Another Flue Horso.
Manuel Rlchentiergor has just pur
chased
L. .
gentle, not ufratd of electric
locomotives. She is b
lino driving mare from a
arty at West Grove, Chester Co., Pa.
This is.ono of tils finest animals
she is kind an
seven years
old, and can bo driven by a lady
a child.
u
Atlantic City.
The New Jersey and Wilnaiugton
Company will commence the
[popular Bundav Atlantic City trips, via
Tennsgrove and Wood burry, next 8urt
duy, June 26. Boat leaves King stroot
7.80 a. m., arrive at Atluntlo
city 10 10; leave Atlantic clty^>.30 p,
m -> arrive at Wilmington at 8.05 p. m.
Per
Should No; 11« Forgo
j The excursion of the Wilmington
[Saengerbu nd on next Sunday should
iV not be forgotten, as it will bo 0110 of
tho 1!l061 of the season. The
and Mcuralonl8t , w ||l go 01l lh8 slcnlu.r
Uelewaro. and there will be save.»!
concerts on board.
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