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V WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, WEDNESDAY. MAY 4, 1898, ONE CENT. ONECENT i ii ill < ir ii' Presented With a Battle Flag by Ex-President Harrison. HIS riRST WAR UTTERANCE. Five Thousand Yolunteora Addressed f by tho General, Who Congratulates if Them and Wishes Them Godspeed, P Better Off Thau .Soldiers of I8(il-Uij. f Indianapolis, May 4.—Yesterday af ternoon at Camp Mount, where 5,000 Indiana volunteers are assembled, Gen eral Harrison made his first public terance of the to Battery A dies. General Harrison said: in presenting a flag behalf of •lety la "Some of my young lady friends and asked called upon few words in connection with the pre sentation to this battery of the llag Which they had prepared. My engage ments to say a such that I have been neg ativing ail invitations to make public addresses, and I might have denied the ladies—though my desire to please them was very strong—but I could not deny myself the gratification of a word of greeting, of commendation, and a godspeed to you and to all of the brave young fellows who have so promptly answered our country's call to war. proud of you. •You will take the field under the very best auspices. Your officers and have attained a high efficiency In drill. You have already a high esprit de corps. You have been first in peace, you must not—cannot, will not—be gecond in war. You have attained great efficiency In dismounting your try what you "As Indianians guns, and can do In dismounting the enemy's Buns. "You have militia a great advantage of the vol unteers of 1861-2. Our foes you a trained and organized not, thank God, those of hold. That was a war for the life of the union; this a war for humanity. That for ourselves; this for the op pressed of another raee. We could not escape this conflict. Spanish rule had become effete. We dare not say that we have God's commission to deliver the oppressed the world around. To the distant Armenian we could send only the succor of a faith that overcomes death and the alleviations which the nurse and the commissary can give. "But the oppressed Cubans and their starving women and children knocking at Irate within what sphere of American Influence. We have ■aid, 'Look to us, not to Europe,' and we cannot shirk the responsibility and the dangers of this old and settled American policy. We have as a nation, toward Cuba, the same high c aion which every brave hearted has to strike down the ruffian who in child doors; their cries pene slumbcrs. They closely * have defined to be the is his presence beats a and will not desist. "We have declared in the face of the divld voman nations of Europe, who Inc continents much as hungry boys might divide a melon, that we have purpose to seize and appropriate Cuba. We go to set her free, to give to her own people that which we have claim ed and established for ourselves—the right to set up and maintain a gove ment suitable to their controlled by their covet from her, America, only the office of good ■torn and the fair and natural ex changes of commerce. We do not deny dominion to Europe In order to seize it for ourselves. But we may Justly, I think, In the West Indies and In th-* far eastern sea where has ■ome little unpeopled harbors , our cruising warships may coal and i find a refuge when in stress; "I do not doubt that speedily— i though no man can set the times which God plans—that this great work which the United States lias addressed Itself will be completely and promi nently accomplished. I congratulate you, my friends, that you are to have a part In it. "These women send you to the suc of the st a women of Cuba. They cannot e the flag Into battle, but they bring it to you who can. And to its slgniflc and glory as the national emblem they add the beauty of their love, and their charge Is that you bear it In honor and bring It home in triumph." resaitles, suffrage. We from all nation* igh gallant navy splendid a victory, hold )here ing and oppressed Charged WlthSKIIIIng a Chinaman. Lebanon, Pa., May 4.—Charles Jen kins and Peter Lauer, both of this city, Were arrested here y With assaulting Dong L( Chinese merchant. day, charged g, a Christian the evening of •eels, April 19, at Tenth and Spring Philadelphia. The Chi ati's skull d he died the Jenkins admits his ed. after ticlpating in the assault, but he refused to say who his companion was. A third he day. The ill be taken to Philadelphia pi ade later i prisoner Death of Kx-.MInlster Sotcldo. Wushtngt teldo died here yesterday. May 4.-H l. A. M. So He •van for Inist fro Venezuela, then the solicitor of its legation, and in the burc soi sontly its of Amerlo thority gard to Central and South Amerl diplo Woodland cemetery, Ne 'epublics. He mg all the legatii In •y. The Interment will be at York. May Succeed Anihiis«Hdoi* Pnuiioefoto London, May 4.—According port published here the British ambas sador at Washington, Sir Julian Pauncefote, is to be succeeded by Sir Thomas 11. Sanderson, K. C. B., K. C. M. O., the permanent under secretury of state for foreign affairs, most experienced diplomatic officers in the British service. of the YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL GAMES. National Longue. At Pittsburg—Cincinnati, 5; Pittsburg, 9. At Washington—Boston, 7; Washing ton, 5. At Chicago—Louisville, 10; Chi cago. 9. At Brooklyn—Brooklyn, 9; Phil adelphia, 6. At Cleveland—First ga;:;.; Cleveland, 5; St. Louis, 2. Second game: Clevolund, 3; St. Louis, 2. Atlantic* League. At Richmond—Richmond, 23; Allentown, 9. At Norfolk—Reading, 4; Norfolk, 2. SLEEP FOR SKIN-TORTURED BABES Icith And rest for tired mothors In a w,i withCu riGtinA Hoai*, and a single upplicatiou of Ootiovba (ointment), tho great skin OorionuA ltEUimiKS Afford instant relief, __tl point to a speedy cure of torturing, tlia flgunug, humiliating, Itching, burning, Ldoed* ing, crustod, scaly skin and scalp humors, With loss of hair, when all else fails. C;y'' I SKIN. SCALP " tionevs a Mur. j d) 3 g - - n\ m\ I«*l ' t i \\ 'if h fr r __ ( i > T <jf } E 0.5. DYNAMITE. CRuTsER VESUVIUS. UPHEAVAL EXPECTED. I Martial Law Causes Much Dissatisfac tion in Madrid. i SCENES IN CONGRESS They Are Lively. Destroy Existing Regi me. Whoever Leads the Work Will Be a Patriot. No Word From Admiral Dewey. * PERHAPS ANOTHER NAVAL BATTLE. Madrid, May 4.—The city of Madrid was quiet yesterday, and things had resumed their principal nual The syect. dvise calm old the unpatriotic spectacle bance JS of distui energies he united J required to avenge her Spain's The proclamation of • has eh dissatisfaction, It being irtial It ■cessary, unless the gov ernment has information of a secret conspiracy. Sunday's demonstration 1 vial, even compared with the trifling disturbances upon tho of the proclamation of the Cul armistice. Tho ticularly discontented w of affairs existing, as the military operations Is punishable severely. Groups of people which gather around the spots where the martial law proclamation is posted promptly disperse, laughing when they read the article prohibiting public gatherings, in the •spapers •ith the state of homage" li naval honor of thof engage mi* unanimously, the queen rege ed, the Republic rva lives Meanwhile the cabinet ci killed in the as ige off adopted The fri •ido; d C , Carlists ling in the negative. •II is dis cussing the political situation In Spain. Admiral Bermejo, minister of marine, and General Correa are strongly in favor of an immediate suspensio the constitutional guarantees, a step which requires closing the cortes. The other members of the cabinet, however, consider this inconvenient at the present moment, because it would of the history of of wipe out many ye the Liberal parly. There Is a general belief that a eabi net crisis is imminent und that it will probably end in a considerable modi fleation of the present govt possibly In the formation of a ministry under the presidency of Mar shal Martinez Campus. In any case parliament is certain to bb closed shortly. The events of the last few rthys havo undoubtedly Increased the popularity of General Weyler, who favors an out and out war policy. At the same time there is nt, ional lelpatlng I ground fur that he will come to the head of affairs. General Weyler is notorious but not a prominent person In Spanish politics. The floors and galleries of the (lower house) wc crowded at g!'.-; yesterday's sitting, and some lively said that before questioning the government the house ought to pay its tribute of admiration to Spain's heroic sailors at Cavite, adding, "Whe ascertained how shed, and how i it will be necessary to establish the responsibility of attaching to the crown to the least citizen." au ed. Se Salnier it has been 'h blood lias been . ■h money expended, Murmurs of protest followed this mark. The president of the chamber celled Senor flahneron to order and di rected his attention to the article of the constitution declaring the Inviolability of the crown. Senor Salnioron contin ued, demanding Information as to the defenses in Munila bay, und insisting that this was the question which ehould be discussed. After the govern ment had given its explanations he proceeded to criticise the monarchical ■ t _ pend millions to maintain the monarchy,*' h« said , "but have not money enough to buy ironclads. Who governments of the lust half century notably that of the restoration, de olarlng that they were responsible for the present situation. "We 111 destroy the existing regime Will U a great natriot." This declara •Vftl i ecelved with loud Co lion live protests. Senor Sagasta made a determined re ply, which was loudly applauded by a ajonty of the chamber. He deplored the fact, that the Spaniards jnited "In the present clrc •h**n the country is Involved '. large stances it." r criminal t< •k the fatherland, he said, it was •ely The Republicans and Carlists greeted Senor Sagasta it h jry denuncia d giving vhlle the tions, shaking their fists Its of disapproval, and M other Republic! ed hot recriminatior archists exchang . But the debate Itself fell short of expectations, Sagasta's reserving the desired planations depriving it of interest. The heads of all political sections promised not t oppose any measui •nt required to conduct . The chief interest attached the gov the Jose Canalejaa, | ho declared that he belonged to >uld speak \ he speech of Se political parly and entire independence. The editor of El •It) Heraldo severely criticised thp pared ness of the he considered it iipre •ernment. He said 1 give engaging in a • without proper prepara preferable i Cuba independence forelg tions. In the mob Monday officers In inufll, whi inciting the people t •eside tight we vere foremost in attack the min loudest in calling for cheers for Weyler. There is no doubt these men desired to pro voke the government into firing upon the mob. and so to pave the way for its downfall. Some of the but were subsequently released, the go vein men t f isters I eeted known that officers of the army form id a part of the mob. Whno the streets by the personal pleadings officers, than the officers in egging and shouting "Dow Regent", mob towards the ring to let it become thus i Tested at the d tin* soldiers were •euplei great est various b ly prevented fro joining the mol) of the The republicans w >ven more busy the crowd • ith the Queen ce they led the royal palace, but efieh time the police drove them ba^k. Mure tin HO REPORT FROM DEWEY! The Government Awaits the Command of the Heroic Conqueror of Manila. Washlngton, May 4.—Yesterday passed can ^ L * el ln *Jj. e view of the lorfg conti In cable communlcati* beginning the belief that they I heir official news until a boi ut Hong Kong. This sarily be a naval vessel, for it is believed that Coni mod will be admiral reached by cable, single word fro the A hllipplncs, and in ed interruption l the officials valt for lot Dewey, w hi he c id have spared lie u °y ships, ^ Admiral Dewey wants troops he w111 be Bent as many us he needs dl ,e( -' l ly from San Francisco, and it ir, ve, Y ,lke, y that stale volunteers will rnake U P lk0 quota. The cabinet is only waiting to hear wlmt Commodore Dewey wants. Meanwhile the plans of paign are being steadily developed, and there Is no indication of a change of purpose on the part of the military authorities, who are expected to ,an(1 Cupan c peditinn ,n a ver V i* 1 * 0 *' 1 time. y force in Cuba Admiral Kaicn •laadlly jgaln taining the blockade' the Cuban coast, and this is not likely to be aban doned for the present, though two or thr of his ships may be sent it the Oregon Rio Janeiro. While •ay temporarily her Cuba fr way the officials of the navy department naturally feel interest in this f the magnificent battleship •ound the continent, they profess to feel little anxiety as to the outc Even should the Spanish vessels fall in with her it is by no means certain, not withstanding their numbers, that she would be defeated. China Issued her neutrality procla mation yesterday, so there it place left on the Asiatic coast open to the free ? of the war ?ssels of either Spain • the United States. China has ■er before issued a neutrality proc lamation, and the naval officers duly grateful for tho shown by the Chinese gov withholding the issue of the decree til informed that the Americans hud base in the Philippine* ideratio nnent i | •quired Islands. and s of major generals ill be sent to is understood to have been decided to name General Shatter, who has been designated lead the army of invasion into Cuba, General Fitzhugh Lee and General Joo Wheeler, of confederate cavalry fame, •rals. The president may also nominate General Woodford, former minister to Spain, to be a major general. The nominati (Hgadier generals the senate today. I thr of the ajor go Perhaps Another Naval Battle. N. F., May 4.—The ti St. John' Me Cape Raee and Tre the south coast of this isl graph oper 1. report having heard Ivpavy tiring of guns in the offing on Saturday night. Tho firing lasted 15 minutes, and c veyed the impression that two ships v engaged in a sea fight. The firing is described s having bee shake houses in the vicinities heavy >ugl utioned. C ds of people flocked ondei ing he cause. The first impressio the 's edge. hat that so dial In steamer the bay was firing rockets, blit the dis chnrg for that. •e too heavy 1 too rapid greed that al battle in The it probably there progress. Saturday after her of Tie (eople s • in the offing. They believe it a warship. Dew* yvlllc's ('eloi)m Findlay, O., May 4.—Probably the ost jubilant people ir e the ritiz lagp of Deweyville, 15 miles This town ed after Co •hen he was i United the s of the vil torthea tf here. located by e George •or.ng time in lo vo factories this sc ng stn the fir of New York, the (f Dewey. Palmer for of which, it hi said, w hero of Manila. The people h in a constant state of jubilation since Monday, and yesterday flag icle of the ve booi In iovate the event the d o* to vhole idlng ct .itiy participating. The Carl 1st h .1 I vo. Paris, May 4.—A special from Gibraltar says advices havo bee received there from Madrid lug that the situation is of tho grav character. The Carlists are most tlve, and they are sending circulars and lette received at Gibraltar by thera, represents Don Carlos dispatch •e| in every dl tion. One of these, Spaniard "only true patriot," accuses tne gov ernment of treason and says "the mo ment for revolution has arrived." General Gregg Willing to Enllat. Reading, Pa., May 4.—General D. McM. Gregg, of this city, general, has offered his services to Secretary of War hour's notice. General cavalry leader of Gettysburg, of the country's most prominent (surviving commanders of the late war. -auditor Governor Hastings Alger at Gregg, is PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. Every Man in Throe Regiments Will ing to Go to War. Mount Gretna, Pa., May 4.—The sol diers of western Pennsylvania, who comprise the Second brigade of the State National Guard, given their opportunity yesterday to enroll them selves in the volunteer service of the United Statas^aod-tbeir response to the call was at remarkable and in spiring. Three regiments and the light battery to a man said they would fol low the fortunes of the flag teers, and not pany officer in the entire brigade made a negative answer to Inspector General Morrell's question desired a commission, regiments yesterday teenth, General Wiley's old command, and the Fifteenth and Eighteenth. The officers and enlisted regimental corn whether they The banner the Six the field numbered 3,073, and out of this number but 104 enlisted declined to vol in the First Monday, some of the officers did not report on the field, leave or detailed necessary camp routine duty. These will report individually to the Inspector general and signify their intentions. The same enthusiasm that prevailed Monday was manifested, and sol diers and civilians gathered around the assembled regiments, and as each com pany declared itself the.v applauded vigorously. 0 to quarters a*fi of the other commands cheered them, and before the various companies broke ranks the Old Glory. Today the medical examination of the men will begin. This will be rushed through. Some of the surgeons have already made an examination, and the second one will simply be an official Surgeon Johnston, of the Six teenth regiment, examined his regiment Monday, and ten men reported physi cally unfit received discharge papers sent home. Captain Warburton, of Battery A, has received orders from Washington to be prepared to leave Mt. Gretna in 48 hours. unteer. As brigade and being either absent the the regiments returned ter enrollment the men gave three cheers for and w Our Peerless Mark* Fort Monroe, Va., May 4.—The inter est and enthusiasm over the victory of Commodore Dewey in the Philippine Islands continues. It congratulation, based details received, that the American a source of the meager gunners had proved their superiority, and it is confidently expected they will win •al battle of the . It y have been because of this self gratulation that the ships of the squadron at gun practice yesterday showed phenomenal skill in hitting the small, bobbing targets. A noteworthy feature of the shooting was that every man at the guns gunner, and this in from the splendid •ted as sighting way deteriorated ksmanshlp. Protecting the Submarine Mines. York, May 4.—The detail of val reserves have two ste that patrol the channel to prevent possibility of the submarine mines the wires connecting them being tam pered with by spies. They also warn passing vessels. A dispatch from Wil let'd Point Ne launches 's that yesterday the police patrol launches started to inside the buoys. The serves ordered them off. The police claimed authority to go where they pleased, and went of val their course. The naval bow of the poll •es fired shot across the launch and brought the policemen to their senses. They have since kept well out of the forbid den Carllst Outbreak Feared. London, May 4.—The Madrid spondent of The Daily Mall says: The gove been into the hands of the military author ities the moment they think it c •ithout waiting to consult the government. This precaution shows is feared throughout Spain. Already symptoms of popular and political agitation begin | to show themselves in the provi Valencia, the hot bed of the Carlists. of the various provi •es have thorized t eslgn their powers th; al Torpedo Boat Fired On. , May 4.—The torpedo ?ports that while re shore about Key W boat Erl t, Fh mar the filed o vest of Hava bv body of soldiers, both cavalry and infantry, the ships of the Meet and was promptly signaled to get out of the line of fire. The gunboat Wilmington then fire and sent in several shots, She reported >pened ith i win vet In A Floating Ilospi Washington, May 4.—The Fr r Cuba. ;ar de has chartered the steel ship part to be used for the purpose of a floating hospital to accompany the lertakes the army whe it •iupa ill also ( which use of ill be filled, large quantity of tion i iba. The Vigilaniea a supply depot, fn requisitio the troops in tin She Ice. field vill also carry Threatened by Sp Nil Spies. Ind., May 4.—Spanish Val pan spies of tin* Aetna Bowel ?ning the deatr ■tin dlls at Mill Stn Chester ton, this cn ity. Guards prove supplies of explosives. N< lowed within the e duty day and night the blowing up of the la vhero the ent supplies ar lured, and no ifoven •e give employ > -• All* HO Will Not Reach tho Throne Brussels, May 4.—Don Carlos, the pretender, is eh agitated by private s he has received fr Madrid. A S| said today: "'They ; state of r ginning of the end of the reg ay make ish dip!* latist of high positl practically in a •olution, and It is the be •. The ' I regent qur. he vill ome to the thi 1*1 up; Knowi No II*) ig Ivong. •li ; Kong, May 4.—N of any the battle of do* (lie Manila ha In with the cj her** epti cabled fr. The lea administ! • the Philippine Isla American endless di ds provisionally under there pt Fish Market. Powell has on his fish slu.is in Third nrltrt 1 ous he following fhh: struct Flesh shad, li ring, cod fish ; l cat fisl. | Preachers' Elect Officers. WiV M. K. Preachers' Association Jit the semi mington the o office Rev. K. S. Mnce; vice-president, the U*v Dr. W. L. B. Mi trcu*uror, tho Rev. r.'re elected: President, tho auu Ralph T. Cuursoy; •ray; curators, the it-v. li. Irving Watkins of NcwCaslle, thu Rev. Julius Dodd of New port and tLu Rev. J. D. C. Hanna of this cily. mo CUBANS ENLISTING. ttwaf Am eric Also Wish to flglit With General Gomez. D. to Tampa, Fla., May 4.—It is certain that Brigadier General J. F. Wade United States troops in the field in Cuba. Both Generals Wade and Shat ter will, it is said, accompany the ex pedition when It sails, but the latter, although having command with head quarters, not direct the almost ill have a command of king general, will ement of the troopa in the field. Arrangements for the barkatlon of the troops he is bein^; push-, ed with the utmost vigor. The Florida and Olivette are being put in shape for the reception of the soldiers, and the Mascotte, which came in yesterday, will be taken in hand today and pre pared for service Nearly every regiment in camp had a rigid inspection today, and instructions given to have everything in shape short notice. a transport. for breaking camp The entire Twenty-second regiment of infantry is hardly possible that the United States forces will be actually for Cuba before the first of next week. The enlistment of Cubans for the being formed large proportions, over 500 applica vaccinated yesterday. It route regiments which here is assmlng Yesterday there tions for service, most of which will be accepted, and work in several of the big tobacco factories was practically at a stand still. Besides the native Cu bans, many young Americans listing for •ice under Gomez. M. Cam bon'a Confirmatory Dispatch. Washington, May 4.—The French Ambassador. M. Jules Cambon, has re ceived a dispatch from Paris stating that the French Ambassador at Mad rid, M. Patenotre, has forwarded of ficial details of the Spanish reverse at Manila, based vices. It stated that the Spanish cruisers Reina Maria Christina and Ca8tlliia tyere totally burned up after being set on fire by bombs from the enemy's (American) ships. Two of the smaller Spanish ships, the dispatch states, w falling Into the hands of the enemy. The other Spanish ships w stroyed and had taken refuge in Baker's bay. M. Patenotre's report was the latest Spanish official ad sunk in order to avoid half de Woyler's Brother-In-Law a Captive. Key West, May 4.—The Spanish mail steamerArgonauta, Captain Lage, was conveyed into Key West harbor by the United States cruiser Marblehead yes terday afternoon. It appears that Col onel Vicente de Cortijo, of the Third Spanish cavalry, who, with 19 other army officers, Is a brother-in-law of Lieutenant Gen eral Valerino Weyler. Colonel Cortijo denies this, but it is learned from good sources that he sustains this relation ship to the former governor general of Cuba. His captor elated. taken the prize, measurably All Ready For the Philippines. San Francisco, May 4.—The nouncoment that the government would probably send Pacific coast troops the Philippines after Commodore Dewey's report has been received creates considerable possible citement in this city. The officials fully prepared to dispatch the requisite number of s the demand is made for them. They will be ready and fully equipped for the journey to the Philippi 48 hours after being so notified. anywhere els ithin Reel Ring G ea Forwt •d Slowly. Chlckamauga Park, Ga., May 4.—Re cruiting the regular army at Chlcka mauga Park is going forward very slowly, except in the colored regiments, and it is believed that the full quota of colored troops will he speedily ob tained. The officers and ?n have dis played more decidedly than heretofore their eagerness since the victory at Manila, and there is more less chafing at the present i in camp life. get into tho fray nvs of Commodore Dewey's Jtivity Greoka Want Fight For Us. Constantinople, May 4.—The porte has notified United States minister An gell that Turkey will trality in the w laintain strict bet we Spain and the United States. The American legation has received | •e than 2,000 volunteers for the A y, chiefly of Greeks, some of whom declare themselves ready to pay their fares rememberance of America's aid i Greek war of independence. the United States i grateful the N < Picnic This. New York, May 4.—The volunteers of the National G Hempstead Plat comfortable night i ?ed of 250 ! l Camp Black, . L. I., spent •owded tents. There w the grounds. When the turned out at taps many of them plained of colds and stiff joints and other ailments. The n ' recruits p scantily clad vho the ea came pecially suffered fr weather. the cold, damp The C ost or War. Washington, May 4.—The of the navy yesterday afteri applicatio propriation of $ the bure is in addition to $18,470,000 asked for in the morning. To this $34,013,998 asked for last war depart me: i propriated by congr cretary i made for rgeney appro 500 for the use of )f yards and docks. This be added eek by the and the $50,000,000 ap a special ( ■rgeney fund. Street Duel Moberl.v, Mo. Moberly, Mo., May 4.—A street duel took place here last James Mason, of this city, and Cliff Wade, a hotelkeeper of Madison, Mo., hieh both L ight bet wee i result of prob ably will lose their lives. Wade has ullets in his stomach s struck in the John Ilogg, a bullet th id while Mas of the stomach, deputy sheriff, receb through the wrist while trying to stop the fight. The trouble occurred over a • 1 is The Bread Riots ii Italy. *, May 4. - Bread riots in various parts of the country have bee ed, and sev Roi renew* the es have oceur i inters and the gend •ed at Pine At h ; Place a as killed a others injured, also take is disturbance* md i tit place at Pai to ; here. Th *t has dccidec call cut the of 1873. ter. WASHINGTON. Last Tour of the Season via the Per wyi var.la Railroad. The last throe-day pers a'.ly-eonductod > Washington vi i Railroad * v I van i a May 1 New 'i k and I'o including ati isp ml I! , iii I) IP V in <i rale-: Fr k. Brooi id Newark, $14 »; U r, N.J. Potlsville. *14.311; Capo May. *13 i'lifi dolphin, * 11 .V (l at proportionate rates 1' s desiring to rotur Oettys kets fit Id this privilege, ity will also bo afforded ion and Arlington at a slight burg ay dn by purchasing \ opportui: vi-fit Mt.Yor ndditional c.i F tlcko's, itineraries, and full infer mntion Agent, HIM Bioudway, Ne \V. Boyd, Assistant G Agent, Broad Street Station, Philadel phia. pply i tlcko: ngents; Tourist Gjo. •■fi P. •ugei S. Mitchell. S. nitchell. OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Isa Busy Bee Hive of Activity, with its army of salespeople and expert trimmers, its wonderful facilities for taking care of great volumes of business, its remarkably large, and Just as remarkably beautiful assortment of Ladies' and Children's Trimmed Hats, and its unquestioned low prices. Some of the greatest sales Wilmington has known this spring, have trans pired hero and mo.e are suro to follow. For the balance of this weok. com mencing Thursday, May 5th, we have a few rich plums, well worth looking after, und part of which we describe as near as possible below: A remarkable assortment of Ladies' Trimmed Hats, plain and fancy straw, trimmed with ribbon, flowers, wings, chiffon, etc., all couceivabiestylos A rcim.rkablo assortment of Chil dren's Trimmed Hats, in plain and fancy straws; also Leghorns, Ribbons and flowers, trimmed Only $1.98 Each. Only $2.48 Each. Your choice 48c each. Ladies' Short Back Sailors, (roll rim) all the latest shades, in funcy rough straw; the actual value should be 11.0) each, Your choice 48c each. A largo lot of Ladle-' and Misses' Trimmed Sailors, plain and fancy, a great bargain Only 48c Each. Your Choice 48c. Your choice 98c each. Ladies' Sailors. Homan Stripe sash bands, also plain bands, plain and fancy straws _ _ 200 Children's Fancy Straw Hats, tho price should be 50c each; tho price .* make Only 22c Each. AH at 98c Each. Children's Uutrimmed Leghorns, a special quality at a special price Only 39 cents Each. Children's Fancy Straw Hats, trimmed with chiffon au^taiiy flowers, good 75o valuo, Special 39 cents Each. An entiro assortment of Fancy Ribbons and Flowers, n-t the lowest quoted, and too numerous to mention ' prices 5. fllTCHELL . V 9 Successor to Mitchell & Bash, 219 Market Street, Wilmington, Del. Correspondence of the Republican. New Castle. May 4tb. There was no meeting of the Trustees of tho Common held last evonlug in conse quence of tho absence of members. Tho annual report just published by the secre tary and treasurer shows tho tenants in debt to the Trustees in the sum of $7, 455.1)9. During the year the expouses of the Trustees amounted to $0,205.15. The report gives the amount of money expend ed on each farm during tho year. Mayor Boyd was here last evening. Ho says that if Delaware wants to hold her place In tho first ranks of the patriotic 6ons will have to come to her Now Castle county will have io All the breach. The people from tho lower part of tho state will not enlist at present. He cannot understand why the young families depending upon them do not rally around the flag. The know chat they will have their and yet they refuse to serve thatc try by volunteering their servico. •y Lloute ty hor m offi Ham mu At the and the other tw lug for recruits. Only two be willing to join the ranks. One wont down to Camp Tunnell yesterday and the other will go to morrow.Lieutenant Horn cculd not conceive low the false ro port was circulated that Governor Tun noil proposes to draft men into the Nation* ni Guard next week. The people are fully aware that no one bo drafted at present into tho regular army. Volunteers are what tho Govern* ment wants. Company H has about fifty members at Camp Tunnell at present. There are 34 more men needed for u full quota, tiome objections havo beeu made to some of Company H's officers and that at this place do not want spent tho day appeured to 19 why the to enlist. , James Heskcth of Newport News and Mi-s Bessie Barr of this cily were married itigton lust night. For latest styles, lowest prices wall pa per. Stoops. There :s a young present who is attracting account of liis fl of tho young Inst phrios' home is near Kansas City. . window screens in Wil in X Castlo at islderuble at tention Ho is appearance, in who gradu ?eb. Mr. H ate cl nt West Pol Oilcloth, Brooms 12c. Stoops. May parties still tho order of tho day. Tho storer John A. Walls . .__ontly < lay bo used a ipied by waiting to time complaint 1ms been adc of the condition of Sixth mrc. Yesterday the railway (J< t Bn puny put a forco of rork to lie the street so that there. A conference will he held between City Council and the railway company in reference to the gilt tor and in alt probabil- ity a decision will be the matter eaii bo properly sotiled. -elcctod Mayor of New Castlo three week* ago. Tho appoint* )f tho police i Last evening he sent a communion* Council reappointing tho same offi cers, Harrington,Tobin and Palmor.Thero may bo objections made by some but all the men have given good satisfaction.This makes the thin*, successive term of three years each for Tobin and Harrington. At tho meeting of City Council last night President 1 lowing •rived at that Mayor Boyd •j of tho Mayor's du uained thj fol it , Clewoli and White, d L; l White. Streets—Fagi Finance—White. Fagan bson, Bumps—Clewoli. B , White and L ;e—Clewoli, Bor: Lights— b Health amt Xuisi bsi River and Harbor—Porter, White and Department—Poi tor, Fagi L and Clewill. Police—Th tiro Council. er Ferris ,*d having rep.) ccivcd tho foil While during thu Colie th of April: school purposes, fJ H); for cUy purposaj, Complaints of •eived and tho office er 1 Will s that order is preserved. The following bills wore ordered paid: George Longncre, f3.9); F k Raney, ts; JofYor* Foard, $2.25; New Cas io (5 Co. ponses, $11; and tho sal $1.50; c*lectio aries of tho police. Rediced Kates to Mt. Gretna via Pei svlvania Railroad. svlvania Railroad. *Tlio Pennsylvania Railroad Company o that, for tho beuell; of persons , H Is it Alt. Grot, that poin', pof tho of $2 00 from Philadelphia, Chos tit tickets mceof the C -day e during th uard. at N.iti* .fi $2 0J fro Phoenixville, 12.05 from Wilmington, $2.35 fn ter. and proportionate rates fr mediate .stations. Convenient and tral iplo tr I Vice Is provi,led Three Funerals. Mary dc sales took ing and interment The funeral of si.' pl:ic Kent h.j I Bis-lmp Monaghan conducted the fu'ieral is i! of Edward Rush! I, who The fi died at hi-* h< • i No. 7i* Poplar fro ms largely attended, mny ilroad egetown, D d this city being pr C ' Mahon took pi AO f Ninth Thu fu ml Kos t onlay. iveru held in r Dounghy. St. Joseph's Cemetery. St A Cl In ter.'ne made Shops. outly burned ill he rebuilt. Work so tlmt when the xt year commences the college shops Will he fully equipped. American Landry, tiitt West F To Rebuild 1 ii The shops which nt DelawnroColle Will cc dC HAIL! COLUriBlA. Hail! Columbia, hapyvland H.ill! ye hero'8heav'n born band, 1 Who fought and bled in freedom's v Who fought and bled In freedom's cause. And when the storm of was gone Enjoy'd the peaco our valor won, Let Independence be our boast, Ever mindful what It cost, grateful for tho prizs. Let its Altar reach the skies. Firm uulted lot us be Rallying round Asa bund of brothers join'd, Peaco and safoty we shall And. K Liberty CHORUS. Firm united let us be Rallying round As a band of brothers join'd, Peace and safety wo shall find. Immortal patriots rise once more, Defend your right*, defend your shore. Let no rude foo with impious hand, Let no rude foe with Impious hand, Invade the shrine where sacred lies 'd prloa' While offering peaco sincere anil just, In heav'u we place a manly trust, That truth and justice will prevail. And every scheme of bondage fail, Firm united let us be Rallying round our Liberty As a band of brothers join'd, Peace and safety we shull find. Liborty * Of toil and blood tho well ... Settling Olivet * Troubles, The dudioial Commission appointed te * adjust the Olivet Church troubles met hisl night and heard the evidenco of ton of the * members whose standing is to be aceod up« 0,1 More of fho members will be heard nt 11 meeting next Monday. The records of the session of tho church and of tht Presbytery of New Castlo, concerning the long-standing matter, were searched, but no attempt to reach a decision was made, After the meeting last night members of tho commission said he thought the matter would bo settled satis factorily to all concerned. Tho commission is composed of: Rot. William Frederick Lewis, moderator of the Presbytery of New Castlo; tho Rev. T, A. MbCurdy of Central Presbyterian Church;the Rav W. H. .Stone of Glas gow; the Rev. N. H. Miller of Newark; J. P. Belvillo of West Church; T. K. Por ter of Hanover Church; and William Wil son of Christiana Hundred. of the Lecture by Dr. Murray, Rev. W.L. S.Murray lectured last n!gh( in Harrington Presbyterian church in tin Christian Endeavor. interests of BECKETT'S Quick Lunch Oyster Rooms Have been REMODELLED REFURNISHED. And are now the Leading Lunch Rooms of the city. XTos. 6 and 8 West Sixth Street. Open All-Night, Delmarvia Phone SS-. 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