of Be»e Ball
An Interesting G«me
Wilmington played a good game of ball
on Saturday, but the Syracuse played
better und won the game by a score of 11
to 8 The game was Interesting from be
ginning tb end. on account of its close
ness and heavy hitting of both clubs.
Wilmington's hits are three less than Its
ooponeut, but the total bases are two
Lawson pitched a good game, but the
visitors hit him steadily, once or twice
each inning, and in the seventh Cox took
his place and only one run was made in
the remaining inning. Lyons pitched
four innings, but as Wilmington made
five runs in that time, Keffer took his
piaoe. It was Keffers second game, but
he displayed nerve and played well.
The game was essentially a fielder's
game, tor but three men were struck out.
The home club worked better together
than ever before, and thus proved the
efficacy of practice. Williams continued
his phenomenal work, and Sullivan, Hal
pin and Mlllman played almost perfectly.
Spldel covered first with one error, that
almost seemed excnsable.
The visitors' score show but two errors,
and they made a strong antagonist to the
home club. Ely in left, and Wright in
centre field, made some fine catches.
Wilmington went to the bat, but re
tired on two flies and a strike out. Syra
ense began with » single, but the next
two men filed out and another was
caught at first. The hom e club did not
In the second, but McLaughlin
made a rnn on a wild throw by Lawson,
ild throw by Williams and poor indg
Third inning—The fun began.
Hams and Lawson were put out at first,
Haaney mada »single; Speidel made a
single; McLaughlin got base on balie:
this made three on bases; then
Klenzle was hit by pitched hall and Has
ney came.home; Speidel and McLaughlin
came in on a base hit by Sullivan ;
■McLaughlin was put out at first. For
visitors, Dorgau was thrown out at
fifst; Elv made a base hit; Childs filed
out to Sullivan ; Me Query made a base
hit and Ely scored on a passed ball;
McLaughlin went to first on balls and b»
and McQuery made a rnn.
The home team was uuable to hold its
lead after the fourth Inning and the visi
tors moved ahead, until Cox began to
pitch and they stacked. A crowd of 800
persons saw the game and showed great
enthusiasm when good pisys were made.
Boston plays today, and although
Wilmington has little hope of wluuuiug,
it will be a tough victim.
's game :
The score of
B. n. n. A. K.
.3 S 0 0 1
.i 3 in r i
.i o i
.0 1 0 0 (I
.U 14 3 0
. (I 0 8
18 0 1
14 3 1
...-.» 0 8 4 1
.II 0 • 1 0
Speidel, lb .
F McLaughlin, 8b
Sullivan.ss ... .
Mlllman. I f.
William», c .
» 84 13 e
II. 11. O. A. K.
1 3 4 0 0
110 0 0
18 4 10
3 0 4 3 «
10 0 1
Wrjght, c, f.
Childs, 8 b.....
B. McLaughlin, si
Dealt, v .
3 1 0
110 4 0
u i o o o
11 13 87 18
Wilmington. » « 3 8 0 8 o 1 0 —
0 1813310 x-ll
Earned runs—Wilmington, «: Syracuse, fi.
Two base hits— Speidel, 8 , McLatgh in. I.
Three- base hit»—Haaney, Mill-an Runes
Molen— Williams, 1. H McLaughlin, 8 , Ilealo.,
Hasney Wright Child». Base» on halls —By
Lyons,9; by l nwson.3; by Cox. I. Hll by
pitched (Mill—Wilmington, 1; by Syracuse, 1
Struck out—By Lyons, 1; by Lawson, i: by
Cox. I. Passed balls— William*. I, Time of
S ame- Two hours and 1« minutes. Umpire—
Rose Hall Nates.
Barnie Stevenson, the manager of the
Wilmington Base Ball Clob. signed Hal
piu on'Sat urday night. H alpin played
third base finely on Saturday.
Wilmington will play at
on 'Wednesday, and the
Thurlow on Thursday. A gas.* w.th a
picked nine may be played at one
ground* on Friday.
Worcester on Saturday.
The Ponies' base ball team defeated tbe
Thurlow team at Cheater on Saturday
by a score of 4 to 2. Manuel pitched for
the Ponies and struck oat eight men.
McCoy strack out four.
St. Mary's T. A. B. team defeated the
Eeilley Lyceum team on Saturday by
score of 22 to 11.
THE GIANT SHOW
Fcrepsugh'n Brllll&m and Bewildering
Display and Attractions.
A bit of news that has created consid
erable of a stir hereabouts is the official
announcement that Forepaugh's tented
aggregation, "three times greater than
ever," is to exhibit in this city on Mon
dty, April 28, under the proprietorship of
James E. Cooper. It is authoritatively
stated that thla engagement will be the
only one played by Manager Cooper In
this locality this season. It would have
suited us better had he chosen to bring
ht» titanic combination here, but If the
great showman won't come to
see us, we
■will have to go, Mahomet-llke.to see him,
•a see the show we must—it's too big a
thing to miss. Mr. Cooper has undoubt
edly got the banner show of the world
this year. In addition to a huge and un
rivalled menagerie, circus, Parisian
Roman hippodrome, and A. Forepaugb,
Jr.'s, trained animal exposition, the
Forepaugh management now present the
famous historical "Wild West" show,
with all Its thrilling and remarkable
features, including the Custer battle.
Mountain Meadow Massacre, attack on
the overland mail coach, Sheridan's ride,
and numerous other acts illustrative of
life in the romantic and perilous West.
Captain A. H. Bogsrlus, the interna
tional crack shot hero, heads the contin
f ont of two hundred scouts, cowboys,
ndians and cavalrymen.
It goes without saying that the state
will be represented at Wilmington ou
The Results of the Pan-American Con
In an interesting contribution to Frank
Leslie's illustrated Newspaper this week,
William Eleroy Curtis writes of the re
sults of the Pan American Congress.
Owing to his intimate connection with
the Congress.Mr. Curtis's opinions are of
much value. Among the illustrations are
those of a session of the New York Sen
ate Committee investigating the sheriff's
office,the French market in New Orleans,
a pace of admirable sketches of a trip
through tbe sounds and canals of North
Carolina, the Flora Festival at Detroit,
together with a portrait of Mrs. C. J.
Barnes of Chicago, and other pictures of
Some men don't have to die to have
mir will* broken. Some women always.
A Woman—"D o yon really
Irish believe In home rniof"
Woman (with emphasis)—"Min* does.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Gamin (to street pedlef—"Say. mister,
are yoti really blind! ' Pedlor--"No. I sell
these cough drops for tny blind brother,
who stays around the corner to look out
for cops."—Philadelphia Society.
«500 reward for an Incurable case of
chronic catarrh in the head, offered by
the manufacturers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. Sold by druggists, at 50 cents.
It makes no difference ' bow plucky a
man may be; his friends will always
drop the p in telling of it.—Atchison
That tired feeling, so sntîtle and yet so
overpowering, is entirely overcome by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which tbnes and
strengthens the system and gives a good
appetite. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsa
parilla. "100 Doses One Dollar" is true
only of this peculiar medicine.
"Johnny, what teacher are you under
most'/" "They ail sit on me when they
get a chance."—Munsey's Weekly.
A new idea embraced in Ely's Cream
Balm. Catarrh is cured by cleansing and
healing, not by drying up. It is not a
liquid or snuif, but is easily spoiled Into
the nostrils. Its effect is magical and a
thorough treatment will cure the worst
cases, Price 50 cents.
Harold—"H ow can I make myself
solid witli the rich Miss Slllylwist?"
Charlie—"By being a little soft."—
The Creston Land and Improvement
Company are getting ready for some large
privhte sales of building iota this spring.
The tide of emigration has fairly set in
now toward this beautiful plot of land,
and ere long it will be a thriving town of
itself right in onr midst, and only a few
minutes walk from Tenth and Market
■flow do you read minds?" Inquired a
dude of a mind reader "Well," he re
sponded with great deliberation, "1 first
get the mind"—then be stopped for
breath, and the dude for some reason
■lipped out.— Washington Star.
The tide of emigration, which so long
and uninterruptedly flowed to the great
west, is now more than evenly divided;
for the great south Is getting the larger
share. For this there are great and well
known causes; not, however, until re
cently understood. Eminent among
which are vast beds of various qualities
of iron ore, enormous deposits of coke
ing and other coals, and the limber sup
ply, to say nothing of the kind climate
and fertile soil,with their unfrozen rivers
and abundance of almost every industrial
element found on this continent. Chat
tanooga has risen from a poor river-side
village in $805, to a fine city of 50,000
Inhabitants In 1800, and one of the great
manufacturing centres of the country.
True this is an exceptional instance ; but
it is but one of many such instances in
the south, only less in degree.
A Montreal woman is the mother of
twenty-two children. If to have unmer
ous progeny is godly, she must expect to
go to heaven by the heir line.—New
The most attractive location for resi
dences is at "Creston," Ninth ward.
Dude (posing tor a boH, bad man)—
"How does water taste, Miss Belasys!"
Miss B—"You don't mean to say they've
brought you up ail this time on milk?"—
With Ely's Cream Balm a child can be
treated without paiu or dread and with
perfect safety. Try the remedy. It cures
catarrh, hay fever and colds in the head.
It is applied in the nostrils and gives re
lief with the first application. Price 50c.
A man or woman who goes to a store to
duplicate ar article never seems to sus
pact the inevitable danger of double
Dr. DeHardt's Pennyroyal Pills, are
tbe only genuine pennyroyal pills made.
druggists and by mail, fl. Office, 208 N.
9th St. Phila. Ladies beware of imitations.
Good Housf.keeping has appeared
Fortnightly, going out to its constituency
with each issue with an abiding faith
that the world was being made better for
the eatabiishment and continuance of
such a publication a* if has been and is—
without a successful duplicate and un
rivaled in kind, character and helpful re
s a I» a r 111 a
ha« by its
fid e» ce of
and is to-day
u 1 a. salt
ae&\ liver tom
plaint, catarrh, rheumatism, etc. Be sure to get
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which Is peculiar to itself.
Hood's Sarsaparilla sold by druggists, ftl; six
for $i. Prepared by C. I. Hood A Co.. Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
g « - -» I ■ - ■ —n——sw ^k \
Ahtikanh' Bavinob Bank, I
No. 5«8 Market street, April H. 181H. (
The manager« have thl« day declared «divi
dend at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum, for
the last six months, payable on and after the
l»t day of May. lilvldenis not draw n are en
titled to future dividends from April 1.
ffi. T. TAYLOR. Tr asurer.
WILL HEKBAPTEK DEVOTE BIS ENTIRE TIME
EITHER CLASSES OK PRIVATE.
Rooms Nos. X and 8.
No. »81 Market Street.
NOTICE.—ALL COUNTY TAXES FOR
the year 18S» not paid by April Ui. 18«0. will
collected according to law. Tbit not e
GEORGE W. McKEE.
JOHN J. DOUGHERTY,
Col lec tors.
^OTICE -TO THE GAS CONSUMERS OF
nl, .''I'mlngton: After April 15th next, the
i-ÏÏTÎÎï« ro * 4? 11 < pan y wi ll be prepared to
take order« for k*« of a quality HUpnrior to
that now turnltdTed to the citizens at 75 rent«
E* t ,ron >l ,tl > l>"ld within
ten days trout the time of rendering
The works will be re wly tor delivering gas
next fall.andservieeeonueetions will be mode
as fast as the mam» of the
Mains will be laid first upon the principal
■treats and gas takers upon those streets are
Invited to give early orders, «o that wo may
have some guide In laying the fir», arrivals of
pipe Office of the company has removed to
NewCentralBans Building,Fifth and obluley
str cfs u I« i ' - ' i-.,j
company are ex
VrOTlCK.-MONKY TO LOAN.
lx _ GEORGE -V MAR13
ISJonca.-u' you want to bave
IX DOLLARS, Insure your property with
HAWKINS * CO.. 718 Market htriet.
the Wth Instant, In St. Andrew's C'hnrcn, by
the rector, the Rev. Charles E. Murray, Horace
Groff and Helen T. Newstoad, belli of this
GI9T—SCHOEN.—At St. Paul's M.
Church, un April I I. hy the Rev. I.ouis
Barrett, Grant G. It. Uistund Sarah F. Schoen,
both of this ritv.
.TOVKDAN-MONCK.-On April », at St.
John's Church, by the Rev T Gardiner
Lltteil, William H. Jourdan and Maggie A.
Monek. both of this city.
SMITH—PENNELL.—On April 10 . by the
Rev John D O. Hanna, Clarence W. smith
and Sarah E Pennell, both of this city.
WILHELM—DANIELS.—On April ». by the
Rev. John D. C. Hanns, Harry R. Wilhelm
and Miss Ada A. Daniels, both of this city.
L^r AH PEN TIER—On April 13. at Rock
land, Del., Mht 8 ., widow of Charles Lecar
pentier, ln her UHth year.
MOSELEY.—On April 12, Reba, daughter of
Frank and Lillian Moseley, In her 8 d year.
NEUSCHEL.—On April 8 , Joseph R
Nenachel, in his 23d years
QUILL.—At No. 2006 Gratz street. Philadel
phia, Pa, on Anri 1 12, Jerry, son of Timothy
and Margaiet Quill, In his 17th year.
SPRAGUE.—In this city, on the 30th in
stant, William J., ion or William H, and
Matron* A. Sprat?
friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend the funeral on
Tuesday. April 22, at 2 o'clock. Interment at
Old Swedes Cerne* ary.
Dearest Willie, thon hast left us.
And thy loss we deeply feel.
But the Angels came and w hispered,
Gome thou blessed unto me.
Our first In Heaven.
SHARRARD.—In New Castle hundred, on
the 12th Instant, Bertha, daughter of Samuel
C. and Josephine Sharrard, aged 9 months.
HIMMON 8 .—In this city, on April 13, the
Rev. John Simmons, aged 80 years.
TRUSS.—At Now* Caatlf, Del , on the 11th
Instant, Samuel P. Truss, aged 68 years
WARNER.—In this city, on the 11th In
stant. F d ward T., Jr., son of E. T. and Mai y
Corbit Warner, aged 1 year and 22 days.
JAMES J. FOX,
102 West Seventh Street,
V. B. CAETY.
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER AND
No. 1121 Orange street, Wilmington, Del. Cof
fin« and caskets of all tho modern styles fnr
nlslied ut »he IwweM prices, and "ii easy term«.
Ice boxes if desired. Attendance day or night.
Telephone Call No. 43. Nothing hut the beet
hearse and coaches furnished.
\f ADAME WlLBEK.CELKHRATEix'ARD
ivl reader, W)1 East Seventh street, corner of
8 eventb ami Church. Price 8 ft Centn.
G irl fob general housework
Appl y 1084 Adams street.
OUNO MAN TO WORK IN RES
tanrnnt; one that can open opsters. Ap
pjy at Restaurant. Third ami Market streets.
(V ANTED. HONEST, TEMPERATE,
vv energetic men to solicit orders for our
Nursery Stock: men with knowledge of farm
ing preferred. Reference required. State age.
R. G. CHASE A- CO.. 14:11 S. Penn Sq„ Phila.
ANTED— AGENTS FOR DENVER
Stale Lottery. Tickets, 50c Address,
A. O. ROSS & CO., Denver. Colorado.
BOARD AND BOOMS.
VATAN'l'K.D HOARDERS AT 412 KING
' ' SC_Pleasant roo tis and home comforts.
ANTED -BOARDERS, GOOD ACCOM
' ' modulions. No 400 East Fourth street.
T50B SALE. FIRST MORTGAGES AT
l 1 5 3-10 per cent, interest; very desirable:
Jin, «00 *;,o00. J8..VKI. GEORGE C. MARIS.
OR SALE.-A LOT OF SIGNS OF ALL
sizes, and 8 large Hag poles. Inquire at
No. 123 French street.
ARNESS,—NEW NICKEL MOUNTED
harn ess. Inquires', this offic e
KIBES.-PAIR OF HANDSOME LAP
t robe»; also blankets and whip. Inquire
at this office
AGON LARGE DOUBLE-SKAT TOP
wagon: built to order: finely uphols
tered: new,-, suitable for family use or light
delivery wagon. Can be seen at the Club
Stables, corner Madison and Twelfth streets.
UOR RENT -FOUR NEW SEVEN-ROOM
r houses, 1810, 1312, 1814 and 181« West
Second street, at î 14 a month. Apply to "
600 VanBuren street.
E. MORTIMER BYE,
Real Estate and Conveyancing,
3Ity Property and Farms for Sale.
Mineral Lands a Speclolty.
( per cent. Guaranteed Kansas Bonds for sale,
State Agent for tbe Union National Gas Sav
Corner Ninth and Shipley Streets,
B. B. GROVES.
"ciftjueei and Etal Estate Igest,
No. 1 East Eighth SL, Wilmington.
Deeds Mortgages and all other legal pa;
sarefully prepared. Loan» negotiated. Special
attention given to the collection of rents and
management of pronenv.
BANKING AND FINANCIAL.
Guarantee and Trust Company
Northwest Corner Ninth and Market
Deposit* of money
Rent* and Income cofl
* moderate i liarge and estate* of every de
•crlptlon carefully managed
Thl* company act* oa executor, administra
tor and guardian and receives and execatei
trust* of every description from the court*,
corporations and Individuals and acts at
agent fur the registration and transfer of
loan* and «lock* of corporations and In the
payment of coupons or registered Interest or
Thl* company al*o guarantees the validli y.
performance and effect of any contract, be
come* surety on ball bonds and courts and
official* «re directed to accept It aa sole
rarely In all cases.
Executors, administrator* or trustees of es
tates and ladies unaccustomed to the trans
action of business will find this company
convenient deposit™ y for money.
Wills receipted tor and safely kept without
For further Information, call at the office or
send for a circular.
WILLIAM RUSH, President.
PKE 8 TON LEA. Vice President,
Secretary and Treasurer.
received on Interest
ected and remitted i
Wm. H. Swift,
Samuel Bancroft, Jr.,
W. Saulsbury, Jr..
H. H. Carter,
Dr. J. A. Draper,
E Brlnghnrst, Jr,,
Oeorge W. Bush,
H. M. Barksdale,
W m . T. Porter,
W.G Penn> pocket
J. Smith Brennan.
George V Massey,
A. P. Robinson,
H A. Richardson.
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS
Corner Fourth and Market Street«
Central National Bank Stock.
Stocks bought and sold In the New Tort
Philadelphia and Boston markets on oommM
Letters of credit given, available In all parti
the world, and drafts on England Ireland
Prance Oermany and Switzerland Issued
JUIE AUTESAMH' SAVINGS BANK.
NO »09 MARKET STREET.
open dolly from » o'clock a. m. tu. til t p. u..
aau on Tuesday and Saturday from 7 to 3 V m
MONEY LOANED UN MORTGAGES,
dao. W. Been, Gao. 8 . Oapilj.a
President. Vice President
S. X. Tamos, Treasurer.
Jos. M. M ATHUU. Audi 1 rs.
VV* ~*.i- '■
NEVER DO IT AMIN
Was doubtless the advice given
to George Washington with
NEVER DO IT AGAIN
Is our advice to you if you
have been paying too much for
NEVER DO IT AGAIN
If you have been passing our
store without getting our prices
and examining our goods.
NEVER DO IT AGAIN
For you lose every time you
do it. We will make it pay
you to buy your goods of us.
A Few of Our Bargains
Chamber Suits, 8 pieces, solid
oak, $25.00, up.
Chamber Suits, 7 pieces, oak
finish, $18.00, up.
Chamber Suits, 7 pieces, Wal
nut finish, $15.00, up,
Brussels Carpet per yd., 60c up
Ingrain Carpet per. yd., 25c, up
Rag Carpet per yd, 35c, up
Floor Oil Cloth per yd., 25c, up
Matting per yard, 12c, up
We carry a full line of Fur
niture, Stoves, Carpets Hang
ing Lamps, Bedding, Pictures,
Weekly and monthly pay
ments, or 5 per cent off for cash.
All goods marked in plain
S. E. CORNER
SECOND AND ORANGE STS.
Open evenings till 9 o'clock.
Light or Heavy Hauling: Safe« and Furnl
Furnituie Cars furnished at short
123 French «Street.
TELEPHONE CALL 438.
No. 810 SHIPLEY STREET,
having secured the services of a very
fine German mechanic, is now ready for
the finest work. Bring your fine watches to
810 Shipley street or 4(0 West Second street
Full satisfaction guaranteed at low rates.
Also a nice Fann in Virginia to exchange
for small city property. E. A. DkNOR
M AN DIE, No. 410 W est Second Street, or No.
803 Shipley Street.
WHOLESALE LIQÜOB DEALEB,
Ne. 13 Market Street.
JAMES A. KELLY,
Sola Agent for Bohemian Bndwolaa Baal
* CSurner Tenth and ShlBlsyjjtroetc.
Only the best quality, Hart
nd Free Burning. Careful!'
repared and screened. N
PINE, OAK, HICKCRV
McKEE & PYLE
OFFICE AND YARD,
South Side Market St. Bridge
Lumber, Lime, Sand, Ci
Calcined Plaster, Marble
Dust, Cements, Lime, Sand,
Fire Brick, Coke, Coal.
Market Street Wharves.
LEADS THEM ALL.
$20 WORTH OF GOODS FOR $1
GASH AND $1 PER WEEK.
$10 WORTH OF GOODS FOR $1
CASH AND 50 CTS PER WEEK.
Monthly Payments in Proportion,
At Frank J. Murphy's Re
liable Credit House,
117 Market St.
116 Shipley Street,
Of every description for Par
lor, Bedroom, Diningroom and
Sideboards, Tables, Ward
robes, Mirrors, Clocks, Easels,
Lace Curtains, Carpets, Oil
cloths, Mattings in all the new
Of the best manufacturers.
If you want goods for the
Spring give us a call. Wc
have a larger stock and greatei
variety than ever before.
Quality the Best and Prices
Terms the most liberal ever
We know we can please you,
and invite a call.
The most popular styles in
Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths
and Mattings, Baby Coaches,
Refrigerators and Ice Chests.
All goods guaranteed to be
Goods constantly arriving
and will be sold at specially
low prices, on easy terms.
Chairs, 30 cents.
Curtain Poles and Trim
mings, 20 cents.
VV indow Shades, complete
with Spring Rollers at 25c
Bedroom, Parlor Furniture
etc,, sold at equally low prices
RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE,
117 Market and 116 SMplej Sts.
Open in evenings until '
o'clock; Tuesdays and Satur
days until 9.-0 p. m.
ONLY A HINT
Can bo had from our show windows of
die Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's
Spring Clothing with which
our store is
DO NOT PASS
Without pay in
want value for
& our store a visit if you
your money. Our stock is
new, large and in the latest styles.
Is complete, and contains everything the
mother's heart could wish for in price,
quality and assortment.
IDO KOT 3XJY
Elsewhere until you see how. much we can
give you for your money. Our prices are
;he lowest, assortment tho largest, pattei
the newest and quality the best.
JOHN T. DICKEY,
226 MARKET STREET.
513 SHIPLEY ST, 513
CLOSING OUT ÄT COST.
We will positively close out all our Cook Stoves and
Ranges, Carpets,' Mattine, Oil Cloths, Lamps and
China Chamber Sets at what they cost us in order to
make room for our large stock of general Household
Furniture. Our trade has increased to such an extent
since we have reduced the price on our goods from
five to ten per cent and sell for cash only that we are
obliged to have the room they now occupy. Give us
a call and be convinced that we do what we say.
513 SHIPLEY ST., WILMINGTON, DEL
Something New at Yates'.
Departments for Men's Furnishing
Goods will be opened this week a 1
These Departments will be con
ducted on the policy that has mad«
our Clothing famous—the best styl«
for the least money.
A. C. YATES * Co. j
NOW IS THE TIME
To make your selection of wall
paper and window shades.
We have just laid in a large
stock from leading manufac
turers, from a cheap paper up to
the finest in the market.
We employ none but the best
workmen and guarantee all
It will pay yon to examine our
We have a fine line of hand
made shades with spring fixtures
at 50 cents a piece.
For the people — Men,
Youth , Boys and Chil
dren. There is not a
home that does not want
it. The question is where
to buy it to the best ad
If you will take thd
trouble to investigate
will find there are
M0YSTIN & BROWN
831 Market Street.
many reasons why Mullir
& Son's is the place to buj
—best goods, most assort
ment, latest styles, lovvesl
prices. Theirs is the old
est house. They bu)
from first hands wit!
ready cash. The casl
lessens the price wonder
fully, you know.
Their Custom Depart
ment is loaded with thi
very finest fabrics fo
making to order. Bes
of tailors to serve you.
The Cheapsst Fuel for
Coats about half the price of coal and
makes less dust and gas.
EXCELLENT FOR COOKING In Winter or
Summer CONVENIENT FOR HEATING
BATH, SEWING and other SMALi ROOMS
OAS OFFICE. Third and Shipley Street*.
JOHN L. MALONE,
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORM
DBLAWAHE AVE. AND MADISCN »
Monuments of all designs, bead-stones, root I
Stones, and the different qualities of granit»
ITALIAN. ^GEORGIA, VERMONT.
: nl «h other kinds o! marble. Jlarb,«
■date Mantles. Orders from out of the city« t
„ended to promptly I respectfully solicit
share o t your patronage.
Talion, 6th A Mark«!
JOUR L. MÄLOHK
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