THE BAPTISTS UNION
An Interesting Meeting This
''GEORGETOWN'S OX ROAST
An Early B°nib.( M»rri»«*-P«r»o.>a , »~
Tha Democratic Jubilee.
[Special correspondence oftbeUasctte.l
OioRorrowN, Not. 22.-Thcjoclal 1 ejent
of the week I* the marriage of Mr. Edward
McCally of Milford, to Misa Mary Hearn of
Georgetown. The ceremony took f»* 00 **
St Paul'« Church, at 7 ». m. on Mimdiiv,
the 20th, the minister being the ft;». «■ •
Douglass, rector of the ehurch. N"twlth
standing the early hour the church
crowdevl with the friends of the bride and
bridegroom. After the ceremony the bride
and bridegroom took the morning train for
Milford, which.place they left later in th*
dav for Washington, D. C., on their wedding
umr As the happy pair left Georgetown
the bride waa greeted by her friend*
many a "God bless you," In addition to
showers of sugar plums and rice.
On account of our farmers being busy
there Is a great scarcity of lumber. Laat
week the railroad company were complain
Ing of the difficulty In obtaining tles and
this week It U the shipbuilder« o. Milford,
who are in need of white oak for ahtpbuUd
iug. On Monday Mr. G Abbott of MUford
visited thla town for the purpose of pur
chasing timber, of which he stand« in great
need for shipbuilding purposes.
Toe "Democratic Jul*tlee" on Thursday
promises to be a brilliant finale to the late
campaign. The principal feature of the
"Jubilee" 1« an ox-roaat. under the Imme
diate supervision of William Fell of the
F.agle Hotel, and what mine host ol the
Eagle docs not know about roasting an ox
Isn't worth knowing. It will be well stuffed,
well roasted and undoubtedly well eaten,
for our town will I« well tilled that dav,
and will resemble a second edition ol ltttlc
election. Should a representative of the
Gaxitte see fit to attend he would be ac
corded a hearty receptiou.
Sheriff Wootren gave bond on Thursday
last, but has not appointed his Deputy as
yet. Mr. Saulsbury, the late Deputy, has
charge of the office until his euocessor Is ap
pointed. . _ -
Edgar Willlo, of thia town, left this morn
ing for Concordia, Kansas , at which place
he has accepted a position as clerk in the
large dry gootle store of W. N Dunning,
formerly of this place.
Mrs. Harriett Neoven, left Georgetown
a visit to her
to day for Wilmington ou
brother, E. S. R. Butler.
The thermometer for several days post has
been below freezing point. We have had
befcutlful sunshlnny weather, am', keen, in
But with the
vigorating northern winds,
advent ot long wintry evenings, our young
folk, are full of mirth over their social even
ins parties, of which quite a uuruber have
already been given ami many more are iu
Tha Proceedings of the Union This Fore
noon-The Temperance Question Con
[Continued from first edttlon.]
The meeting; of the Delaware Baptist»
L'nlon now being held in the Bethany Bap
tist Church, waa this morning very well at
tended, and the exercises were interesting.
The meeting was called to order by the
president, at 9 o'clock, devotional exercises
being cot ducted by Kev. K. B. Cook of this
city A discussion of the subject, "A Sun
day School Institute," followed. The re
port of the State Missionary, Kev. H. C.
Jones, which followed waa very aatisfactory
and showed that coualderablc telling work
had been done within the last few years.
A very Interesting address on "Woman s
Work In Home and Foreign Missions," was
delivered bv Mrs. Quinton. She called upon
the women'of the church to arouse them
selves and do more for that noble cause.
The First Baptist church of Dover,
selected as the next place for holding the
unuual meeting of the Union, to begin on
May 8th, and continue until the 10th.
A committee of five with Rev. Mr. Heath
aa chairman, whb appoiuted on',missionaries,
and a committee, consisting of five members
„0 religious exercises waa appointed by the
chair to report at thla aftcrneoo'a session.
A committee was appointed to consider
the advisability of naming an hour each day
for the purpose of prayer. .
An address of J. M. Hope of Zion Church,
on "The Duty of the Church ou the Liquor
Traffic," followed. The speaker was very
strong in Ills denunciation of the manu
facturerers of the "great and growing evil."
A resolution was offered by A. G. T
of Dover, aB follows :
Resolved, That we pledge
operation In advancing prohibitory measures
through Legislative act'on for the suppression
of the evils of Intemperance."
It was passed unanimously.
Alter Indulging In a general talk, which
lasted for half an hour,the Union adjourned
to meet this afternoon ot 2 o'clock.
THE WATER WITCH FAIR.
Th« Gift to be Frenentoil TUI. Evening by
the Company of Frederick, Md.
A special dispatch to the Gazette from
Frederick, Md., dated to-day, gives the fol
lowing details of the presentation to be
made this evening to the Water Witch Com
pany by the United Fire Company of that
The committee of the United Steam Fire
Engine Co., No. 3, ot this city, is com
posed of A. Rosenstock, W. B. Storm and
A. O. Bcnderfcr, and to-day they send by
Adams Express a beautiful ice pitcher, ad
dressed to J. K. Adams, chairman of the
Water Witch Steam Fire Engine Co., with
a letter of regret that the committee were
unable to attend and make a personal pre
sentation of the pitcher. Tho gift is elabo
* rate and costly and is given for the purpose
of a raffle at the fair. Th« United boys Icel
deeply grateful for the kindness shown them
hy the Wilmington company on their recent
visit and they sent this as a small token of
The Thursby Concert.
Almost all the choice scats for the
Thurtby concert this evening have already
been engaged, and the prospects are flatter
Big for a large and brilliant audience. Miss
Thursby's ability is well known to all lovers
of music in Wilmington,while her assistants
celebrated pianist, Edmund Newport, will
make his first appearance in this city.
artists ot established reputation. The
Mrs. Bos® Feensy'ft Death.
Mrs. Rose Feeney, the well known dress
maker and dealer in millinery goods at No.
417 Market street, died of consumption at
•the Academy of the Visitation last evening.
Mrs. Feeney was very well and favorably
er funeral will take place from
her late residence, ou Friday morning at
Finger Cut Off.
Johnson Ahcrv, a colored man, employed
by the Malleable" Iron Company, while oll
lne some machinery yesterday had a Buffer
cut entirely off. The wound was diCB.ed
hy a phy. eian, but. the amputated digit win
not found until this morning amongst a lot
New Cars to be Shipped.
On'Saturday next the Harlan & Hollings
worth Company will ship half a dozen first
class passenger coaches to Pittsburg to be
used on the Pittsburg and Western railroad.
'* Chas. H. Vary, Phila. Messenger, 603 Market.
(Sutterley A Oo., Photographers, 802 Market $6
fflpectftl correspond*»«« of the Cletetto. 1
DiLAWiHE Crrf, No»,22.—The Delaware
A Cbesspeuke Canal Compan» are dredglnf
out the ditch which acta aa a drain forcarnr
inif off the water on the high and lowlanda
along their canal. An outlet haa been
made Into the river and a channel with nine
feet of water has beeu dug aa far aa the
railroad bridge, which will be need aa a
harbor for tithing boa ta, for In this channel
they can go oat at any time. Where they
harbor now they have to wait three or
four hours before theÿ can get off the mud.
The ttahermen expect to ahlp nil their
aturgeona and other hah by rail the coming
year aa lb thla channel they ean unload at
the railroad where a platform will be built
for their accommodation. Sturgeon fishing
will be carried on more oxtenalrely this year
than on *nv previous year. One firm alone
haa contracted for 150 tons of Ice to be used
In packing their Bsh. This, together with
that used t>y oilier firms wUl make at leaat
1,000 tons. , ,
The lower part of Clinton street la having
a new drain laid, the wutlet being In the
Our little city is beginning
pearance of the holidays. Me
places have received their holiday
to have the ap*
ost of the busi
That Huaband of Mine
three times the man he was before he be
gan using "Wells' Health Renewer. »1
Local Time Table With the Latent
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
St l.-a- - e.ao-«.M t.®t-T.to
17*—».sot— 6.1Ü —C.3S-—7.'J6—7.30*—«.Wpm —
Naw Yonx — zoo»— 2.23»— e.ao-sT.to— ».to—
u"JI n— 12.38—l.EJ—6.17*—S.EI*— 7.2« p.m.
Balthsob*—1.06*—1.42*— ».«•— LO** — ».IT
»1.04* p. m. '
Wabhiwotow— 1.43*—I.H*— 8.0fr— 0.1T a. m;
—1 00—1.09—0.57—11.04* p. m.
BaLTIMOEB AKD IHTBEMBDIAT« BTATIOW»—
1.06*—0.17 10.00 a. m;—1.09—0.00 p. m.
* Trains running both daily and Sunday.
♦Train» runuiUK only on Sunday.
t Oonuect at Gray'* Ferry for old depot,
Broad and Waahinuton avenue.
Dxlawark Railroad— 0.00*—0.10 a. 1.0§
-a.00*—e.25t P* in. No Sunday trains.
• For New Castle only
f For Uarrinjcton and
Wilmirot^n fc North a an railroad— 7.47 a.
m;—1.06—6.00-0.80 p. m. On Sunday for
Reading and St. Peter—8.10 a. in.
Dklawarh W rmtbrw RAILROAD—7.06-40.80
a. m;—6.30 p. in. Sunday train* 10.80 a. m—0.00
TRAINS ARRIVE AT W11aM1N«TON FROM
PHILADULP H IA —1160—1.00—1.32*—4.47*—7.46
8.02*—tl.PJ—8.06— 10.10t —11.86—12.36 a. mj— 1ÎJ.60
—1.07 —'2.30f —2.60—4.36— 4.56— 6.40—6.68—6.A
—fl.48—7.36t—7.66—V.60—10.88—10.68 p. m.
Nhw Y obk— 1.22*—4.47*—8.027—8.12 a. Btt;—
12.6U—1.07—4.66—8.48*—10.68 p. m.
HaLTIMOR»— 1J&1*—2.18*—'B.34— ».64— 11.48 a.
0»: — 1Ä.38— 1.60—6.11*— 8.3Ü*— 7.24—9.42* D. m.
Washihotoi*— 1.61*—2.13—11.43a. m;— 18.88
—1.60—6 11*—8.30*—7.24— ».48* p. m.
• Both daily and Sunday.
f On Sunday only. . ,.
. No Sunday trains.
* From New < facile only.
WILMIHOTOK tt NORTHKR* RAILROAD-8 26—
8.40—11.35 a. in;—8.40 p.m. On Sunday from
Heading and St Peter at.7 10 p. m.
Dklawakk Wwms Railroad—5.
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
Philadklphia Nrw Broad Strrbt l>Mror—
—11.30—11.60 a. in;—13.33—1.32f—1.83-^1 J
4.02—4.26— 6.06—6.20—6.66— 6.05t —8.36 — 8.80»
-9.30—10.00-11.32* p. m.
Broad aid Washikdtow AT«inm—6.80—$.00
—10.16 a. m;—1.30—3.10—4.80—6.16 p. m.
Nrw Oabtlr— 8.33—10.u>—11.46 a. m.— 4.4»
6.49 p. m.
* Daily and Sunday,
f On Sunaay only.
oo a. m;—
Sunday trains 9.10 a. m.;—6.40 p. m
iFThs black figure« dénota the Limited
Their Arrival and Departure, Taking
Effect July let, 18»*.
The Post Office In this city will he open dally,
except Sunday, from 8.30 ». m. to I p. m.
Private boxes are accessible until 11 p. m. On
Sundays open from 8.30 to 9.30 a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. m. The whole
sale stamp window will close at 8.30 p. m. The
money order office will close at 8.00 p. m.
MAILS CLOSE AS FOLLOWS Î
Wilmington k Northern Railroad to Reading
Pa., and points on the Baltimore Central eouth
of Chadd's Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.30 a. m.
Philadelphia and waymsll, 9.00 a. m.
New York, Pennsylvania and pointa east and
west. 9. a. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg,
10.00 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 11.50 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all point* east
and west, 1.30 p. m.
and west. 4.40 p
New York and all points east
Philadelphia and New York cities, closed
pouches, 9.36 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
points west and Bouthwest 9.36 p. m.
All pointa north, east, west and southwest,
11.00 p. ill.
All Louisiana is sent west except New Orleans
which is 8?nt south on through mails.
altlmore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m.
Supplementary mail for the Peninsula, 9.00
the Peninsula, 8.30 a.m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south,
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton and
Havre de Grace. 12.301>. m.
Points Baltimore Central, between Port de
12.30 p. in.
Postt, Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 30 p. m.
Baltimore apd Bay Lino steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrington, Including
Delaware City and St. Georges, 5.60 p.m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 5.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
11.00 p. m.
MAILS ARRIVE AND RRADY FOR DILI VERY.
From Wilmington A Northern Railroad,
8.30 p. m.
From New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points, 6.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west, 8.30 a. m.
From way mall from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m.
Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
9.15 ft. m.
From Baltimore and way mall, 9.60 a. m.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
From 1'enlnBUla mail, 12.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east. 1.30 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. m.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 5.40 p. in.
Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest, 6.40 p. m.
Carriers deliveries as follows : 6.90 a. m.. gen
eral; 10.00 a. m., partial; 1.30 p. m., general; 4.00
p. m., partial.
Collections from street boxes
carriers at 6.30 and 10.00 a.
mado by ths
.,1.30 and 4.00 p.m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
p. in. from all boxes between Jefferson and
Lombard and Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On Sunday a bill collection will bo
made at 6.00 p. m. Local letters for carriers'
delivery should bo deposited in the Post Office
ten minutes before the hour ol delivery.
W . Y. SWIGGETT. Postmaster.
616 KING 8TREET.
Connected with Telephone Exchange.
Call - -
OPEN AIsL NIGHT.
<r. A *WILSON,
J. T GARDNER.
OOU. SEVENTH AND SHIPLEY BTS.
bas added more help to his business, and Is
able to supply all persons with OYSTERS at
notice, fils wagon will deliver oysters to all
E arta of the city. Orders Left with tue drlverwtU
a promptly attended to.
JOHNSON * BARNHILL,
W. OOR. TENTH * MARKET, STB.,
Furnishing Undertak '
NO. 223 WEST SECOND STREET.
WiLMiNOTOM. Delaware, s-l-e-tl
t REATÈ8T BARGAINS
J EVER OFFERED
IN THIS CITY.
SEE THE LIST OF
WM. KNAR« * CO.,
htkisway a son»,
VO»K A HON.
l T p to *1, TO.
-ORGANS By The—
SMITH AMERICAN CO.,
TAYLOR A FAHI.E1 CO.,
IlHllMi Et'OltT CO., *<'.
Second ha vtA llano» hy Htclnway, Hale, Meyer»
nd other» for MO. Ö«, |1«S ai»«l !»•
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Our One Dollar »hin has a reputation for
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Just received a flue article of fresh
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THE WORK OF FLAMES
GOME BP II* WOW.
Tbouaand, of Oollara Loa* by rire* -IWorea
and MouaOa Conanmod.
Lbwistox, Me., No». 22—Tho block
corner of i.labon and Pina at recta, owned by
F. Packard and J. T. Scranton, waa dc
etroyed by fire thla mornlug. Pack»™ «
Brlgga loan liö.OOO, ln.urauce $.1,000; Phijnp*
Oetbell loan »2,00«, Inaiirance Ç.OOOl
Young * Parr loa« »2,000, insurant« »1,00«.
Bl hlikotow, Vt., No». 22,-ITve build
Inm connected with the Pioneer »hop*,
owned by B. 8. Nichols, were destroyed by
fire thla morning., Loaa, »20,000. There
are *00 men. thrown out of employment.
»50,000: partially Inaured.
UlWPEKtoN, Tenm., Nor. 22.—Six
business houses In thla town were burned
laat night. Loaa »20,000.
Ta* bottom, Ga., Nov. 22.—Two persona
fired .de jail here laat night and destroyed
the building. Thu prisoner« were rescued.
A Whole Train Thrown Into n Croak.
COLTMBC», Ohio, Not. 22.—'The East
bound limited express on the Pan Handle
route, leaving here at 12.05 this morning,
met with an accident at Union Station, 2d
miles distant. The whole train, composed
ol a baggage car, two postal car«, two
sleepers, two ondlnsry coaches and a hotel
parlor car were thrown into a creek. One
man 1» reported killed and aereral Injured.
The occupante of the sleeping ear» all es
caped injury. The train was running at the
rale of *0 miles an hour and the accldcut
was caused by a bar of Iron placed acroes
the track, whether by accident or design Is
not known. The cars rolled down an cm
hankmeut *0 feet. The engine was com
pletcly wrecked. The side of ooe of the
postal care waa torn out and the other
thrown upside down. Two postal clerk»
were the onty persons Injured on the train.
Why a Railroad Manager K eal g» »0.
Lorrsvii.i.K, Nov. 22.—The resignation of
F. Ue Funlak as general manager of the
Louisville A Nashville railroad Is subject to
unfavorable comment to commercial and
financial circle«. The actual cause for his
step Is not know*, luit Is asserted by persons
conversant with U. affairs of the company
that It was brought about by constant In
terference with, the details of Its manage
ment. This, It Is alleged, has been going on
for a long time; slid at last became unen
durable and D« Funlak gave up In disgust.
Not only was It because of thla interference
but owing to the general unfavorable crltl
cisin regarding the financial condition of
the company, which had reached auch a
point that he was no longer desirous of
being identified with It. This is believed to
be the true cause of De Funlak'a resignation.
TBK OITK MARK I5T8.
What We Mmk sad Wüst W* Pay for It
To-day's Straat Markat Quotations.
MRATS A»D FROVUIORR.
Butter, per pound...
Eggs, wholesale, per dawn .
I, retail, per doten.
kens, retail, per pound
Chickens, per pair. ..
Spring chioksRS, per pair..
Spring chickens, per pou
Ohlcken*,per pd. wholesale
Sirloin steaks per pouhd.
Rump steaks per pound.
Round steaks per pound.
Rib roast per pound..
Chuck roast per pouhd...
. 1 »
Shins, per pound.
Kidney fat,per pound..
Lamb chops, psr pu Und..
Lamb raasts, per pound..
Mutton chops, per pound
Mutton roasts, per pound
Vfeal cutlets, per pound..
Voal roasts, per pound.— .
Hams, wholesale, psr pound... .16 i
Hams, sliced, per pound.20 i
Shoulders, whoie«ale,per pound .12)4
Shoulders, retail, per pound... .14
Bacon, retail, per po«nd....
Sausage, smoked, per pound
ok ua sausage, per pound
Hogshead cheese, per pound
Puddings, per pound.
Lard, wholesale per pound.
Lard, retail, per psnnd.
Siaeoet* ...» . «...
Rock fish, per pound
White Pereh, per pound
Trout, per pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, ner pound.
Mackerel, por piece.
New potatoes, per barrel...
New potatoes, per haif-p
Sweet pototoes, per basil
Sweet potatoes per half peok.. .15
Tomatoes, per half book......
Crate onions, per orate.
Crate onions, per half peck
Radishes, per bunch.
Eggplants, per piece.
Turnips, per half peok.
Celery, per bunch.
.i° $ .
. .08 O -1*
. .W 8
: W •
. .08 Ü .12
UoRRBcrrxD Daily by The William Lia k
Sums Company, Brandywine Mill»—
flsur TER Bar l. wholesale, retail,
Wm. Lea A Son's 'Best' Roller Patent
lJUflon F.F.F Entra
Poutaxat F. do. Family do
Kirkwood Roller Ground,
Best ship stun,
•t 6 60
èo 6 60*
do 4 26
Corn meal, fine yellow, 37.60
Corn meal, whits,
Corn meal, coarss,
Prime yellow corn!,
Prime long-berry wheat.
New Vtrk Markets.
New Yore,Nov. 22.—Flour, dull; No. 2State,
$2.36o3.60 : Superfine, $3.35a3.86 ; State and Su
perior Western, $4.o0a4.60.
Wheat, No. 2 red winter, $1.07a$1.07% ; cosh
Corn, No. 2, November,90o$l.00; do,December,
Ost», No. x rush, 44 ; du. November, 44J^a
ü% ; do. December.
Rye, quiet. Western, 70*72 ; State, 72a74.
Harley, dull ; No. 2, rowed, State, 88;
Port, dull ; nominal, $20n21.
Isard, November, $11.60*11.00, bid, December,
Butter.firm ; creamery fancy,
ugur, dull i fair to good refining, 74 ;
centrifugal, 7% a8 4
Eggs, State and Pennsy lvanla, 30a3i
Western and Canada, 2«4a29.
! COFFEE ! .
100 BAG» OF ELEGANT
MARACAIBO AND JAVA
Ju.t received. New 1. th. lime lo l.y la
for the Winter, «ad to buy cheap go to
No. 5, E. Second St., WiL, Pel.
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TJIK Pol XT OF VIKW, MV HENRY .1AM EH,
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CUT, by the Rev. Wash lug ton Gladden. au
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work, »ho win « how a league we* formed Ina
■mell town In Connecticut, what kind» of work
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an in« iiioüi praciicm nugtiestlons H.lld *1 IhCOVC ljes
relating to the duties «*f the farmer, htm» foi
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ana farming utensils in repair. Thi» 1» aupple*
men ted by a well-edited department, widely
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giving the rccetpes for pm th al dishes, hints for
making clothing and for keeping up with tin
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lication. Letters from our Pari» and London
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NEW YORK HERALD,
Broadway and A'jn 8t., New York.
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
285 MARKET STREET.
Meals served fi t
7 a, tn, to 12 night.
■Mistaken Idea —
to 'suppose that as we are
continually telling you
that our prices are low
that we keep only low
priced- or cheap goods.
Since this matter of low
has been oue of
J. T. MULLIN & SON, I
Sixth and Market.
our greatest levers to suc
cess we would be foolish
to ignore such an impor
tant item in the r ipid ex
tension of our trade,
you ug' interested in the
prices of Clothing or
in other words want u new
suit or overcoat the best
way that wo can prove to
you our intention is to
show you the goods and
tell you for what they can
be bought. Pay us a visit
and we will be only too
happy to prove all that we
have said and even more.
It is conceded that the best
fitting Clothing is sold by the
Wilmington Clothing House, I
Fourth and Market streets, ■
and this fall wc have tried to
jicrfect every garment, and to
day wc assert that our garments I
have no superior as to fit, while
our former patrons can attest
to the quality. Just step in and
try one of our suits or m
overcoat, and you will thenJ
know they arc better fitting!
than most ol the custom work
that is made at a very low
price. Wc make this statement,
although we make toorder suits
US low as Eighteen Dollars, but
more ol our custom work is
from Thirty to Filty Dollars a
. J ,
smt ; because we are having the
ttneKt work m < ? ur ^ u " d OU j
customers are the best dressed
! rM<»rm1p on tllf 1 Stl'fifit. J USt StOt)
| [iCOpiC Ull U»c nticri. ow l
long enough to look at our
I suits and overcoats, and wc have
| nQ d()ubt yo „ w jH sa y aS OtlierS
have : "It is a pleasure to know
can find such fine goods at
such low prices in our city."
Look at our TEN DOLLAR
SUITS and our
DOLLAR OVERCOAT; these
are special bargains.
Jno. W. Dikff.ndorf & Co.
Fourth and Market Sts.
EAST 81XTH STREET IS THE
r it make* white
k Hour It make»
PLACE for 8-cent n,
bread ;lia\e yo
bread s» white
Hugur opened to-day
Ing and keep» your 1
10-ct*nt coffee 1» a wonder;
lad tea sing. It I» excellent ; fine early
own farm, UOc. per bushel.
Ka»i felxtli street for groceries;
pay you to
__la cleared It_
husband lu a good humor; our
T. M. WIKR.
Ë ~ Send a rough sketch or ft
■ m • model of your invention to
üLOlttiE JK. LEMON,
Washington, D. €., and a Preliminary
Mr Examination will be made, without
r charge, of all United States patents of the
sam# class or inventions and you will be advised
__ a potent .....
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attorney's feu <i$23) aud the final Government fee
(S20) Is payable. An attorney whose fee depend» on
hla success In obtaining n Patent will not advise you
ttw'4 your Invention is patentable unless it really Is,
bo t.'sr as his best judgment can determine ; hence,
you c'ftn rely on the advice given after n preliminary
examt nation is had. Design Patent» und the
RsaiHiration ol' Labels, Trade-Murk«, and
Re-is»nes secured, ('avents prepared und filed.
Applications in revivor of Rejected, Abandoned,
or Forfeited Cases made. Ifyou have undei taken
to secure your own patent und fulled, a skill fill bund
ling of the case may lead to success. Senil
request addressed to the Commissioner of
Patents that he recognize Geohok K. Lkmon, of
Washington, lA C., as your attorney itt the case, giv
ing the title of the invention mid uImuiI the date of
filing your application. An examination and report
you uothiny. Beiireinbcr, this office lui» been
in successful bnerution »luce IMU», and reft
given to actual client» in almost every county in tbo
U. S. Pamphlet relating to Patents free upon request.
GEORGE E. LEMON.
Attorney at Low and Solicitor of American
aud Foreign PutcnU, ,
016 Fifteenth Street, WASHINGTON, D. Ç»
Mention this paper.
I OOK FOR THE TRANSPARENCY
J ILLUMINATED AT NIUHT !
GREAT REDUCTION IN SHOES !
Ladles' Pebble Hutton, $1.26; Misses' ftnd Chil
dren's $1 and $1.25; Fine Calf Skin Gaiters
(Button, Congress or Hook-lace) $3, nt
EWING'S, No. 6 E. Front St.
•^yiLMINGTON COLOR WORKS.
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
SOLUABLE BLUE FOR THE LAUNERT
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St.
T1114 (0 " #0V8' wiinl
Making a Drummer Dan
For Life, j
A STEAMER SPRINGS Alt
COW BOTH' FIIKAKH
^hey Raid a Nebraska Town now.
SEÄC* * Uk *' *>"»»'»« «*.
Lonopiub, Nita., h'ov 22 A
cowboy, from Omaha red. ,7t , t™
yesterday, and took complet , p
the town. They burucU ah Ä
which are conslructed of wood u
saloons, and made a drummer from
Lout, dance for two hours will, cockrt
Vol vers pointed at his head. Kea
Two Children *Llnp,.. ~
Clicaoo Nov. 22—Richard Roll,
Miss Anna Roberta, tho latter an adi
daughter of Charles Roberts, a cond.
ou the Chicago A Alton railroad el
yca'erday from Maton City. The' C o
arc not over 15 ycara old. Tint
traced to Cherry drove, where tliev 'esi
out last night. Their parente are in ™
and expect to overtake them to-day.
ntanilaaed lor Deserting Ills l' M
WiSHIXOTOX, Nov. 22.—The court
tlal which tried Captain Alfred Bopkl
deserting his post as commandant
Pensacola navy ysnl, at the appear«»
yellow lever there, fuuud him gum.
ordered Ills dismissal from service. R
been ilisinlsscd accordingly.
Leaking anil on 1'lrs.
I schooner W llllam Rice from Rockiand
I for New York, with lime, arrived here
Ini; and ou fire. The
ou deck for two day*.
Following Her Ilu»baiid'» Footsl
Chicago, Not. 22.—It is reported t
wife of Navan, the defaultiuK Ma
Adrien, Michicau, was found in a b&|
tliia city and that she led here for Wt
:w have beeu
•That wonderful cathollcon km
Lydia E. Plnkhain's Vegetable Coinpou
S tven the lady a world-wide reputat
olug good. It Is like a living spring
vital constitution. Her lllood Purifier
more to cleanse tiie channels of the circ
sanitary devices of the Board
; the life of the body than
■ " 10 «"* rttt * whm ,1 "' 1
to ÂJ«jftÆ*SîSÎ. ,- S , TOÂ < ÏÏS
. I nrc withheld from the public Ht tlielr
Ticket No. 36,195 drew tho hrst ca
$76.000 (a ]_
Tho Tale That Tell*.
At the 14»th Grand Monthly Drawl
Louisiana State Lottery at N
Beauregard of La., and Jubal A. Early
I «Jff Ck't 7#
No'ëée "V" l '«recL lleullli 'offlcelu^
m 155, 0 ££'|"ng, gmE!"
c a k IT ri " .% r ." dVé w Vi! è' h. Ï
urewthe fourth capital priiei. tYro
RHEUMATISM ANC COUT
When wo ran «stsblüb 6y * chain o
winch every Inquiry hut makes strong,
have the mi If rest, vr relirai remedy for
Disord.IE, .ad we pot that evWeo e w.tlit
... every su (lerer without rnwi'y nnawiMi
claim that uo odo but the lool will
Far, or clone hiseyrtl toilio y/odfidtryj
Ills blighted life. In .jus i s I" us. to j
lii pcndcnt families, and to tho rounumniai
lire's uinLltion liefore you r*is stnek'ij
iiisoaoe, wo ask you to go wiih us fora w
lo the home» of oomo who nave drank or
of life and __
toll to the world Ihoir glid experience, i
you no false étalement, and nuke »•' *»■
rannot, l»y proper Inquiry (by I e } 1 r '
friends) bo probed to the bottom tc* • 0UI
Amors hawIreS»«ire J »orprf•P?***' 1 ,
to Mr- ilupiK-k, US rirWHH* SI..Brooklyn, »
with Chronic fthrum.tldmmwy
Mr. Hui Dg», î»4 t*e»rl Bk, Brooklyn
r full of tbo joy 0 /kfa
0< Dr. 31T
Mr. Hot'biilcr. MSC .01
B jearff—bfti cxp«D<lea
Ä0 Mr. r NcYln. 461 Third Atm or,
^w'r^ÄTyiftnd. SM BalBbrld«* ft„
ui Chronic KbrumAtUm «cd 1
• # CS
81000 m o'»«
■ U ; I
"fcew York Cily^'uronrtkjui
••«E 6S nravt 81.,
latlm »0 fear*, S
Bl., Sew York
Mr. Ulxoo.l« W
eiï'îtJSï'wood. im »"">
■SSSSiSfB**»» «..»« 7*"
Rb»nwlll»«i ssvsrù ytara M-Wrl
Tho .bw. n.mod $n>dHM>a 1
B. (>. of «hÄ D^SS,, or
H* HI. «mrilMMSk
Elmore, A.lam. &
Brooklyn« »" d 105 wini *
8T0, i^ 8, '
THE Q u1
i$ bhketb TO
STRAW WRAPPIR«" JJ^ e :»ci |
29 Quire* to escb bundle.
Jxm.cri'1« much «ifi'^lnTrane »•I
16^ «hin» to tl>0 nuire. *»J k00 *ä
Lïn" ïl.? f COUNTyom I'Al'tK- A.I
and tuhu u S .W«,<-I"' ; , i ,Vr,!!re„ | , l ,.nj
paper, put up wtin j
slit,*, this „»pir " 'h" 1
Count, Quality/ Weight
.... ft aiortw
H«, opened '„g'StOVM s» 11
Men and Boy*.
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