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SLY RASCAL TRAPPED.
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How F rank T empleman Sought
to Make $i,ooo.
AND NOW HE IS IN PRISON.
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An F.ffort to Ruin District Attorney Fel
lows and Inspector Byrnes Falls, and
Gets the Schemer Into Very Hot Water.
Here's Trouble,
Nkw York, May 23.—Not since the day
the boodle aldermen's conspiracy was exposed
has to much excitement been witnessed about
the city hall as at present.
Most startling rumors of alleged frauds,
conspiracies, indictments and arrest warrants
were being circulated.
Inspector Byrnes, District Attorney Fel
lows te-.d Commissioners of Accounts Hola
han and Bat ker wore constantly in consulta
tion, and their mysterious movements caused
the heart of many a city official to quake.
When they re [mired to the grand jury
room a tremendous crowd followed them to
the door.
When they emerged report had it that an
Indictment tad been granted against a dis
tinguished city official, and that his arrest on
a charge of perjury and attempted bribery
was but the question of a few hours.
The uncertainty as to who the culprit was
cleared up, when not a city official, hut ns
cunning a rogue as has been run down in
many a year, was placed behind the bars at
police headquarters.
His name is Frauk Terapleman, anil the
charge against him issulioruationof perjury.
His capture ha* revealed not only a plot to
secure a big supply of cash for htimelf, but
to smirch the character of Inspector Byrnes,
District Attorney Fellows and Ute Commis
sionen of accounts and Detective Jantes E.
Wilkinson, who figured so prominently in the
Kerr bribery case.
7tie Plot Hove»]««!.
Inspector Byrne«, In giving the details of
the story to the reporter, described what bo
termed a most villainous plot to destroy him
self and District Attorney Follows, and added
that Tempi* man whs only the tool in the
bands of some one else, and be believed that
some one else to bo a high city official,
whom he premises to name when the proper
time cornea
4 T learned Monday morning," spld the
chief inspector, "that the oommMonera of
accounts bod offered a man $ 1,000 to swear
falsely that the district attorney and I were
interest.si in the bill of James E. Wilkinson
for $5,000 for services rendered in shadowing
Jurors ami witnesses in the Alderman Kerr
boodle trtal. I rushed down town In a burry.
1 found that Commissioner Holahan had ««it
a letter to the man who was to perjure him
self, and I now have tliat letter in my pocket
1 fouud that the commissioners a t accounts
had negotiated with a man and that he was
told to call at their offioe to got his money
and make his affidavit
"The man proved tobe Frank Templeman,
and, as 1 learned that he had gone to another
man and offered him $500 to corroborate hi*
story, I got that man's affidavit, and on that
Templeman was arrested and lucked up bore
at [stlice headquarters.
Commissioner llolahan's Story.
Commissioner Holahan made the following
statement :
"Williamson'* bill for $5,047.50 was signed
by the comptroller and the warrant for pay
ment was signed by the city cliamlterlain
and the comptroller. Tim mayor thought
the bill should tie looked Into, and he sent it
to the commissioners of accounts tor that
pur [Si « 1 a «eck ago. We t Is night the hill
was all right and were about to so report last
Friday, when a city rfficial said that one
Frank Templeman was prepared to swear
that the bill was a fraud, aud that after it
was [«id the money would bo divided be
tween District Attorney Fellows, Ius|iuctor
Byrne« and Wilkinson.
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A Held Statement.
"I wrote H letter to Templemun that day
asking him to rail at our office the next day.
He came last Saturday and stated that In
had been in the employ of Wilkinson, but
had left him shortly utter the Investigation
on their bill l-egan. I told him what I hail
learned and asked him if lie could prove the
Statement. He said he could, and that there
was a man as near to Wilkinson as his under
shirt who would corroborate all be said, ami
who could get the book in which private ac
counts were kept, showing that Byrnes and
Follows had draw n money from the Wilkinson
Detective agency on many occasions.
Knew What Ho AVus Doing.
"I warned Templeman that his charge was
a serious one ami he should be very positive
Is*fore he made it Ho answered that ho
knew what he was doing, he had seen chocks
male out payable to Inspector Byrnes and
that he could tiring good proof to that effect.
"He promised to bring the other man at 0
o'clock Monday morning. Ho then said Uiey
would want $ 1 , 1*10 for the information.
"I suspected that all was not right when
be asked for money," continued Mr. Hola
han, "und 1 saw 1 bad him on the hook, so 1
let him talk on. He said he'd take no chance,
but eventually nsktsl for $350 cash and a
promise ot the balance. I told him to call
Wednesday.
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The Scheme Divulged.
"He left, and we sent our messenger to the
office« of the mayor and the district attorney
to see if thos*. gentlemen were in. Both were
out, and a few minutes later Private Detec
tive* Arthur Conway and Edward Bracken
came in and introduced themselves. They
«aid they bad an important revelation re
garding Templeman. Conway said Temple
man called at l is house Friday night, aud
said he had an offer to make by which each
could earn $500. He then told CoifWay that
AVilkinsonVb.il was at the office of the rent
missiouers of accounts, and that the commis
eioners were willing to pay $1,000 to prove
tnat Byrnes and Fellows were partners ot
AVUkim-m. Conway said he did not know
anything aboutit Ho was told that he wa
a tool to think anything like -bat w hen he I
could get $500 for saying he knew all about
the matter. 'We can got $50 each and skip,
aud it you think we are going too deep we
can drop By* nés and only connect Fellows.
Then wt will fight only intelligence instead
of brute tut ce.' is w hat Conway slates Temple
muu said to bun.
A firtwtW, Under the Bed.
"Conway invited Templeman to call on him
the next mi ruing and then he hurried to
AVilkitison and told him what he bad learn«l.
By advice he had Detective Bracken under
the bed when Templeman called the next
day. He hud Templeman repeat the story
and tell the plot. Then Templeman wauted
Conway to (ro to a newspajiT office aud sell
the news of hiu revelation, but this Conway
would not do."
Conway and Bracken each made an affi
davit as to what they had learned, and the
eommissli ners took the men and the affi
davit* to the mayor's office and on advice of
Mayor Grant to the district attorney.
Inspector Byrnes doe* not appear at all
Mtisfied with the explanation of the cou
Btiasiuners.
Btildmuot Rifle Kasge.
At the Haaidmoor Rifle Bauge yester
day there was loo mqgh wiud for good
shooting. In the Bullard champion
match, three riflemen competed, making
the following scores, Standard American
target, at 200 yards; Dr. R. Knight,
296; 8 . Carlisle, 295; H. Simpson, 287.
Eighth Street Railway Meeting.
Another meeting in the interest of the
Eighth street railway project will be held
to-nl£ v *. _ jti Exchange, The
attendance of business man is especially
4wii«d. Vf to mb« «U bal 990 «Ucm
have been subscribed. It is hoped tl at
these shares, amounting to $4,500, will
be taken to night. But one week more
remains In which to start the road.
CHEAPER F LIEU
Mneb Intercut f»lt in the New 1'roeess ot
Pulverizing < «ni.
Pittsburg, May 22.—The interest felt hero
in cheap tuet is intensified by the experiments
now going on at the establishment of Moor
head & Brother, by which pulverized coal is
brought into actual competition by the pro
cess controlled by Krastus Wlman, of Now
York. It has beam running for a week at
these work* with remarkable result«. It 1 *
claimed that 4.000 pounds of iron wore drawn
in an hour with a charge of 700 pounds of
coal, which is alleged to bo the cheapest run
ever made, because the refuse coal which is
used costs loss than fifty cent« per ton.
A public test Is to bo made on the 27th at
which Mr. Wiman and his associates are to
be present. Mr. Wiman is to be the guest ot
the chamber of commerce in the afternoon,
having been invited to address the members
at their regular meeting, the subject lieing
"A Commerce That Should Bo Continental."
FLOODS IN THE WEST.
l.m* of I.lfe end Ornat Damage to Prop
erty.
CHtLLIOOTHB, Mo., May 22.—Grand river
near here Is greatly swollen and the bottoms
are Hooded. Groat damage and loss of life is
reported. Three teams and wagons were
found lodged in the driftwood around the
bridge at Jimtown, throe miles southeast of
this city, aud taken out, two of the teams
alive. It is feared the drivers have perished.
All the ferry boats on Grand river have been
washed away, and the bridge ore unapproach
able.
Loaguo.
At Bt. Georg« -
N«w York .
Pittsburg.
Batter I««; Welch aud Ewing, Htaley and Miller.
Umpire: McQuade.
At Washington—
Washington
Chicago ...
Batteries: Fernen and Mack. Hutchinson and
Flint. Umpire»; Fessenden and Curry.
At Boston-—
Cleveland game postponed an account of rain.
At Philadelphia
Indianapolis game postponed on account of
wet ground*. w
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At laouhiviUe—
IsOUlMVill».
Baltimore.
Batter!«*: Stratton and Cook, Kilrog and Tat«.
Umpire: (isffu«y.
At Columbus—
CoftumU»
Cincinnati
Batten«* ; Wldner and O'Conner, ikuiUi aud
Baldwin. Umpire: Hoilaud.
At St Isouia—
Bt. Louis
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Hatten.«; King aud Milligan; VVcyffing aud
Cross. Umpire: Kerguson.
At Kansas City—
Kansas lily
Brooklyn.,.
Batterie«: Swartz.4 and Hoover; Terry aud
Vhmer. Umpire: Uoldsmlth.
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Other <*Min«'A.
At Worcester -
Worcester.
Easton.
Batteries: Stafford sad Terrien; lluudlboe rod
lliues. Umpire: Clinton.
At Hertford—
Hartford
Jersey City. 2 2 0 3 10 0 0 *-10
ItatteriM: O'Cdnnell aud MooUc; l>ai«y aud
Burk«. Umpire: Knight.
At N«w Haven —
Newark game postponed; wet ground«.
At Lowell-
Wllkedtarre game postponed ; wet grounds.
At Buffalo
Buffalo
Detroit
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Batter ire: Gilmore aud Thayer; Smith aud
\wirh. Cmplre; Uoeictaef.
At Rochester
Rochester.
1 0 0 5 0 8 1 8 S-JO
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Poron to
Batteries; Barr amt Toy: Serial ami McOuiro.
Umpire; Bauer.
At Hamilton—
Hamilton .1 0 0 t 0 I 0 0 0-3
1 8 0
, Batteries: Young amt Oldfield; Wehrle and
Hailing*. Umpire: West,
At Syracuse
Syracuse-Loudon game postponed on account
of raiu.
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Toledo
l*uuIc In a Thentre.
Medina, N. Y., May 22.—The McGIImey
family played at Bent's Opera house before a
largo audience. When the performance was
»boot half over some hoy in the corridor
cried "FireI" The cry was taken up in the
house and in an instant a wild rush was
mode for the main door. The member« of
the company ruslied upon the stage and
(■egged tlie jsHiple to resume their seats, aud
number of men nearest the door made her
culean efforts to stop the rush. The people
quieted down, and in a few minutes the
greater portion resumed their seats. Several
women und children were severely injured In
the crush. _
Must Comply with the I.aw.
New York, May 23.—Judge O'Brien de
cided that the New York, Now Haven and
Hartford railroad must comply with the
Now York state law requiring jiosseuger
cars to be heated otherwise than by stoves
or furnaces. The road claimed that a* only
twenty-four miles uf its truck was in this
state the law did not apply to it
A Railroad Company (let* a Charter,
Harribuuro, 1'n., May 23.—A charter has
been granted to the Pittsburg, Booch Creek
and Eastern Railway conqiaiiy ; capital $1,
500,000. The company will build a railroad
150 miles long from Mill Hill, Clinton County,
I to Butler, Fa. Samuel Novius is president of
the company,
Another In Ills Wife's Boom.
Pittsburg, May 23.—A special from Tiffin,
O., says; John Martz, of Republic, returned
home unexpectedly and found Howard J.
Kennaman, a well known married man of
this city, in his wife's apartment. Mart*
seized an old liayonet, kept in the house as a
relic, and fatally stabbed Kanueniou.
A Net
rU Man Dies in Florida.
Jacksonville, May 22*—Warren Teuch,
of Newark, N. J., «lied while bathiug in lb©
surf at l'ablo Beach, He was to throw
up his arms ami sink while in water up to
his neck. He was haniily gotten out, but
died in a few minutes.
I'oiitpnnoil.
Hartford, May 28.—The house of repre
sentatives indefinitely postponed the bill
limiting saloons in license towns to one for
every 500 inhabitants, which had passed the
senate. _
A Oenuroui Offer.
Norwich, Conn., May 22.—William A,
Slater ha* offer«! $15,000 for a Young Men's
Christian association building liera, provided
$40,000 mure is subscribed before Jau. L
Literally Hacked to Piece#.
San Francisco, May 22,—Chon Yow, a
Chinese cigarmaker, was literally hacked to
pieces by a hatchet in the bands of another
Chinaman. The cause is unknown.
Princess Beatrice Ha* a Baby.
London, May 23.—The Princess Beatrice,
wife of Prince Henry of Battenburg, has
given birth to a son. _
A LfiTUK fellow in Brunswick, Me.,
whose 5 th birthday is at hand, heard the
question asks,4 of a new comer:
old is that InfaC«" His reply was: "She
ain't old at all; she has just
After he bad seen the infant, he
his mother: "Mamma, that baby had
her hair cut in heaven. I suppose they
thought she would not be strong eaotogh
to walk to the barbet
"How
begun,
said t
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
A fair trial of Hood's Sarsaparilla for
scrofula, salt rheum, or any affection
caused by impure blood, or low slate of
the system, will be sufficient to convince
any one of the superior and peculiar cnra
tive powers of this medicine Buy it of
your druggist. 100 Doses One Dollar.
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Hr. (who has been banging fire all win
ter)—"Are you fond of puppies, Miss
Smith?"
She (promptly)—''What a singular
way you have of proposing, Edgardo.
Yes darling."
And now the cards are out.—To-Day.
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Ross has removed from 118 Market
street to his new store 210 Market with a
large stock of latest styles of Hats, White
Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, l nderwear
and Notions at the lowest city prices.
Money returned if goods are not satisfac
tory
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Cummings, photographer, 302 Market
street, offers this week twelve Cabinet
Photographs and one 16x20 Crayon and
frame for $10.00. Guarantee satisfac
tion. Call and see the portrait and
frame.
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Sai.t oysters and clams received daily,
Spicer & Bit kei., 206 E. Fourth street.
.
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Miss Cci.ture—W hat do yon think of
Henry George's single tax idea?
Miss Ouehlngton—Well, I see no reason
why he should not tax single men, but 1
don't think he ought to tax single women
—it isn't our fault.—New York Weekly.
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Don't pay big prices for lots when y
can buy a beautiful lot at Creston, close
to the heart of the city, for $200. 712
Market street. Cash and installments.
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Ginger Ai.r on draught at soda foun
tain. N. B. Danforth, druggist, Second
aud Market.
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So A port ion of Libby prison crumbled
Good. Now if
on its way to Chicago,
the rest of it could be burned and the
memories clinging to it be annihilated,
the people would not be losers, but gain
ers.—New York Herald.
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s pennyroyal pills $ 1 .
; also by mail. 303 N.
Dk. DkHaudt ft
Sold by druggists ;
Ninth street, Philadelphia. Ladies be
ware of imitations.
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The Chief Reason for the great eneeeii of
Hood's ftarsaparilla la found In the fact that
Merit Wins. It Is the best blood purifier
actually accomplishes all that is claimed for It#
Prepared only by G* I. Hood à Co* LowtU* Hüii
UNHKKTAKKK8.
'JifiOMAS MITCHELL,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBAUMER,
No. 413 King »treat. Wilmington. Del.
Residence No. 11U6 Madison street.
Telephone 313,
B. MARTIN,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBAUMER,
OFFIOENO. «05.
RESIDENCE am SHIPLEY STREET.
Telephone call 13.
Calls at ntsht nromntlv attended to.
J.
THE UNITED STATES
Funeral Directing Company,
WILMINGTON BRANCH,
No. I East Eighth Street,
H. GRAHAM, Business Mnnnirer,
A. J. THOMPSON. Funeral Director.
Funeral Supplies of the best and at
tendante unsurpassed.;
The prices for
furnished for C aft Ik
good* and ftervlc
fnneralH will b© fourni far below the
usually charged by undertaker*
prie
for the sum«* quality of goods. Manufac
n good« and furnish©« them
tores Its
at manufacturers' prices, doing away
with the middle profit. This Company Is
outside of ail "Undertakers' Unions" and
■n price*. Bodies em
balmed without extra charge when de
sired. The Company is incorporated
tier the laws of New Jersey, and has Its
factory at Camden, N. J.
»rrangpH Us
Telephone 561.
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MARVELOUS
MEMORY
DISCOVERY.
Only Hennin© System cf Memory Training.
Four ISttoka Luarncil in one reading.
Mind wandering cured«
Krery ckild *\nd adult «reutlv üenefftted*
Oruat indue.'luout* to Ctnrotpondenco CU mms.
PiMNtmcLi», with opinion* of Or. Win. A. il nm
mon*i, Iho world-fiun <d .Specialist in .Maid l) *>a*e*,
Daniel H ireenleal Thninp»on, the *r«*t Parchid
osiHt, J. M. Buckley, D. i>..c*litorofThe Christian
Arfvnrafv,A. I.. uiehnrd Proec©r 9 the
IIOUM. W . W . All or, J iidge «. Bison, Judah P.
Benjamin« snd others, m*m post free by
Writ A. XOI 8 BTTK. Fifth Ave- , N. Y«
CAS STOVES.
Desirable ln spring, summer, autnmn and
winter. Convenient for rapid heating in sirr
INO. SKWINO, LODGING and BATU-K0O548 and
for COOKING.
Put in at small expense without catting
walls floor, or ceilings.
stoves luriusiuni ml about cost.
Price of gas only $13% par thousand feet, mat,
AMdr at gas uflee.
n
. 0. P. Cotton Seed
J
Lard.
Has all the conveniences
of Hog lard and a num
ber of advantages over it.
It heats much more read
ily, is less liable to burn,
has very little of the dis
agreeable odor—which is
so noticeable in frying fat
—and leaves no taste of
the lard whatever in the
articles fried in it. Bis
cuits made from it are
much lighter than when
Hog lard is used, pie-crust
more delicate and, while
short and crisp, is not so
greasy as that made from
Hog lard. Oysters, Cro
quettes, Fish Halls, etc.,
fried in it reach the per
fection to which cooks
aspire in preparing these
articles—brown, dry and
free from grease. C. O. P.
Cotton Seed Lard can
be used in fine cakes in
stead of butter where
Hog lard would injure
their flavor.—In fact for
all frying purposes C. O.
P. Cotton Seed Lard
is more healthful than
Hog lard, being much less
greasy and consequently
more digestible.—It is, in
short, absolutely pure,
wholesome and econom
ical. Try it, and you will
like it.
For sale wholesale and re
tail by
LYNCH & LEARY,
The Leading Grocers,
N. W. Cor. Fourth and Madison.
ROWS
Ch ina Depot
Bridgewood's Opaque
Porcelain.
It has been made for a century ; was
always considered the best and
IS NOW BETTER THAN EVER.
Its superiority over all other makes
are light weight, pure white color,
graceful shapes, and will not glaze
crack. We handle it in large quan
tities and insure the lowest prices.
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EXCELSIOR" HOT AIR COOK
ING CROCKS.
We have sold 500 since April 1. No
scorching, no stirring, no watching.
Cooks quick. Fire proof and acid
proof.
2 quart size, 25c.
3 quart size, 38c.
4 quart size, 50c.
(i quart size, 05c.
8 quart size, 90c.
I. Lewis Row,
413 King Street.
KSTho "GEM" Ice Cream Freezer.
The best in the world.
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IN BUYING
00
o A i'iiino or Organ, yon should
ic be careful and not buy some
03 shoddy instrument of which
neither you nor anyone else
knows anything about. Buy
S, only such instruments as have
been tested and are known to be
-=j fiist-class. The public is often
>< deceived by a handsome looking
or even fair sounding Piano 01
Organ, but these instruments,
co after one or two years weai
co show that they are only suitable
for firewood.
I have now the sole agency
2? for such celebrated makers as
Cf.
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KNABE,
STEINWAT, SMITH AMERICAN,
UEHNING, STOUT A CLARK,
UK1IK, SHUNINGEB,
EMERSON, III UUETT,
1VEBS A POND.
These instruments are sold
either for cash or on easy
= monthly payments. It will pay
you to come direct to my ware
cj rooms and save the largo profits
paid to agents and peddlers.
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H. F. ROBELEN,
Ks. 719 Markst Street,
YfiLMBHilW. DMÀm
FOR THE HEALTH OF YOUR FANIL
AND YOUR GENERAL SATISFACTION
BUY
CHEMICALLY PURE
MANUFACTURED 1C
MADE BY LEA PUSEY COMPANY,
AND SOLD ONLY BY
CHARLES WARNER C 0 MPAN
MARKET STREET WHARVES.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BURNS & MONAGHAN, 419 Market Street,
Have now in stock the finest line they have ever offered to the public.
In Men's We Have Over 30 Dif
ferent Styles.
Men's hand-sewed shoes, six
styles, our own manufacture, 6 50
Men's hand-sewed shoes,
Men's hand-sewed shoes,
Men's hand-sewed shoes,
Men's fine shoes, 4 styles,
Men's fine shoes, 4 styles,
Men's fine shoes, 6 styles,
Men's fine shoes,
Men's working shoes, $1 25 to 2 50
35 Different Styles of ladies'
Shoes.
15.50
Ladies' fine shoes,
Ladies' tine shoes,
Ladies' fine shoes,
Ladies' fine shoes, 7 styles,
Ladies' fine shoes, 4 styles,
Ladies' fine shoes, 4 styles,
Ladies' fine shoes, 6 styles,
Ladies' fine shoes, 3 styles,
Lillies' fine shoes, 2 styles,
Misses' shoes, 10 styles, $1 25 to 3 50
Child's shoes,
Handsome Suit:
5 oo
4 50
<: oo
4 00
5 50
3 50
5 00
As you ever saw, and!
you will take the troul
to examine them, you
find them nicely trimni
and made. Then the stj
of cut is well worth yl
consideration. Why, d
will be just as well fit!
out of this stock, and el
better, than if many d
ors were to measure yl
Every "Mother" who 1
a boy ought to see j
Boys' Suits. Take a gd
look at them, they v
bear inspection, and!
you buy you will a
they will wear and id
well.
MULLIN CLOTHING C0MPA
No. 228 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
3 00
4 00
2 50
3 50
3 00
2 00
2 50
1 50
50c to 2 50
These are the best goods we have ever offered at the prices. Ladies'
and Gent's Low Shoes and Slippers in great variety. Ladies' and Gent's
Fine Shoes made to order at short notice. All fine goods in five differeut
widths— A, B, C, D and E.
BURNS & MONAGHAN, 419 Market Street.
^AWAY UP.
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The quality of our Men's and
Boys' Clothing is far above the
average, but the reasonable prices
enable all to reach and wear the
best. The most economical buyer
has a wide choice in our large
stock.
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A. C. YATES & CO.
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LEDGLR BUILDING,
SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STS.
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PHILADELPHIA.
PREPARED ADHESIVE
Refrigerators
WHITEWASH,
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FOR CASH
FOR
WHITENING OR COLORING
%
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Or Weekly and Monthly
Payments.
Walls, Ceilings, Barns, Fences,
Houses, Bridges, Railway
Stations, Almshouses,
Public Buildings,
etc., etc.
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CHAS.J.H. BECKETT
Mixed in 6 minutes ready for use. Anybody
can apply it.
Pare materials only are used in this prepa
ration. It is in a paste form simply needing
to be thinned with water to prepare for use.
Nothing Poisonous used in the composition.
Pure white and 8 colors.
Can be applied with the preatest ease and
facility, and when dry will present a smooth, J
rich and even surface, which will not rub or
scale from the wall.
This whitewash possesses strong disinfect
ing properties and can la* effectually used in
cleansing and rendering healthful the walls
of apartments impregnated with germs of
disease.
Roaches, Ants, Flies, Moth, etc., do not
like it and leave rooms where the whitewash
I?, applied*
It will work well upon absorbent surfaces:
hence the necessity, as heretofore, of sizing
walls to stop their suction is overcome.
It will work equally well on rough orsmooth
coated walls.
It works so smoothly and therefore covers so
well that the cost is not much greater than
common lime.
Will not change color and will keep for
years In any climate without injury'.
Packed in H gal., 1 gal., and 2 gal. Cans,
Parrels. Barrels and £4 Barrels. For sale
by the trade generally.
If you cannot obtain this whitewash from
your dealer write to us direct or send us ad
dress of responsible dealer aud we will send
price, terms, etc.
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72 G Market Street.
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HONEST IHJUH
MEDICAL.
DR. J. B. HOBENSACK,
Here are facts about M
goods being being the best a
cheapest:
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Mattings 13 c per yard, up.
Ingrain Carpets 25 c pr. yard »
Rag Carpets 35 c per yard. ^
Hanging Lamps with pris,};
$ 4.00 up.
Refrigerators, $ 7.50 up. ft
lee Chests, $3-5° up. j"
Baby carriages, $ 7.50 up. jjl
Also full line of FurniC
Carpets, Bedding, Stoves,
Weekly or monthly £
ments, or 5 per cent off
cash.
BW '(Rwiirterrd Physician.)
No. 3Ü6 N.lSecond St., Phila.
continue to treat and cure at
disorders arising from youth
[ iSO? fui imprudence, excesses a nr
led in after life. Debillt]
diseases of the nervoui
system of both sexes resultim
In indigestion, flushing of tin
heart, lassitude, want of en
ergy. aversion to society, lost
ts iiffiEltraJjia S of memory, trembling, hy
pochomirla, softening of Wains and bone«,
nlcere, scrofula and other constitutional
diseases of malignant type have bien success
fully treated by us during a period of 40 years,
and are still receiving our dally attention, to
the benefit of the afflicted and unfortunate
who seek our advice, whether poor or rich.
Call and be saved. Office hours from 8 am
to 2 p. m.. and from 6 to 9 p. m. Hnuda; s
closed. ... . .
Consultation also by mall free of charge.
SEND STAMP FOB BOOK ._
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
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PHILLIPS & KANE,
Bole Proprietor* and Manufacturers,
No. 5 East Fourth Street.
Thos. Grinsell 61
S. E. Cor. 2d and Oran£
CHARLES KYLE,
CONFECTIONERY
Own ©Ten Inas till • o'olnok
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AND ICE CREAM.
BLOODG-OOD'S J
Oyster I3a.^
AND RESTAURANT. I
No. 827 MARKET STREL
montgOMBKV* î*b Phlia. Opposite Opera House. T*
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rtuLiclphia. ua.
Sixth and Orange Streets.
With forty-two years' experience, recent Im
provements anil latest patent appliances, this
nouse I» now , iv; ared to eater to the wants of
the public, who is well posted on itsexce lence
of quality and our capacity for production.

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