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KING KALAKAUA BURIED.
The Islanders Are Very Grate ful to Uncle Sam. tv - THE CHARLESTON AT HONOLULU. The Women Kiv*ctt Admiral Rrown'n Hards and Swarms of Natives Showed Their Gratitude to the United States, the Political Situation at Honolulu. Sax Francisco, Feb. 28.—The United States steamer Charleston has arrived here from Honolulu. On the 10th inst. the funeral of King Kalakaua occurred. The ceremonies began iu the throne room of tlie palace, the services being according to the ritual of the Episcopal church. The bishop of Honolulu and all the clergy oi that city participated. The royal family, government officials and personal friends of the family were the only ones present. When the ceremonies had been coueluded at the palace the remains were taken to the church, where public held. The funeral pageant was a magnifi cent affair and exceeded anything ever be fore attempted on the islands. The band of the Charleston headed the procession and was followed by officers and a detach ment of marines from the Charleston. Michigan and her majesty's ship Nymph, natives and others. Mlnutf- 1 » services were Fired. At the royal mausoleum the ceremonies were conducted by the bishop of Honolulu and Master Mason Phillips Minute gnu* were tired by Ute war ships in the haribor during the progress of the funeral cortege while the be«s iu all the churches tolled. wore Receive*! by the Qnrt.ii. The same day her majesty received at the palace Rear Admiral Brown and staff of the Charleston, Oapt. Sheps.nl, of t he Mohi v*n, and United States Minister Stevens. The adrainU and Minister Stevens ad dressed the queen in congratulatory tonn« on her accession. Previous to the Charles ton's departure swarms*>f natives brought •bananas, oraogee, pineapple* ami other tribu» re to Admiral Brown. Many of the Hawaiian women in depositing their offer ings kissed the admiral's hands. An or ganization *>f natives and foreigners has been formed to secure tho erection of a monument to the iatc king iu the iwihu-e «quare. At noon on Monday, the day after the royal funeral, tV Chariest on and the Mold <an fired a royal salute of twenty-one guns *?ach in honored I.llinokatani's accession. Their Jkeart. Were Tmirheil. The Honolulu Bulletin, in an editorial, «ays: "The United States government has set us a broad example as to the national treatment of a national question which lias already toMbed our hearts aud iMiund ns in closer ties of brotherhood to a great nation, whore friendship we honor and ■whore sympathy honors us." When the cruiser left Honolulu there was a deadlock between the queen and the cabinet. The ■queen asked the cabinet to resign nndthey refused. The question lias arisen a« to whether the present ministers will survive the king, by whom they were appointed, or whether their term'of office terminated with Iris death. The queen has applied to the supreme court to oust the ministry. Everything was reported quiet at the isl and anti there was no fear of auy trouble. NO CHANCE AT THIS SESSION. Senator Mmrnutn Says the Reciprocity lte.ototi.ei Must Go Over. New York. Feb 38.-The following letter lias been rreeived from Senator Sherman fcy Erastu* Wiman Wash in*; ton. Feb. 9S, 1*1. My Dur Mr. Wiman-I n rasjNmao to your letter of the. ÄHh inst. ! have to advise you that on «count of the crowded state of the public burin.»* it wfll not Is. pousiblo to secure any action upon the pending resolution tn favor of reciprocity with the United 8tut-» and Canada There is aleo « feeling la lsith house» that any action on the part of congres», in view of the impending Auction in Canada, might Is* mi» understood as an effort to interfere with or tn fluence the action about to be taken in that country My opinion ia now, as it hie* been for many years, that it la the manifest interest of both conntrie* to enter into cordial commercial re lation with a Hew to precure tho ok, - hange re rriproooUy of the production* of each, including articles of manufacture a» well a» of agriculture and minsa. Hweh a policy must lie the result of free and friendly negotiations. Even the gssaranco of the dartre m , _ to* part of the Unitod •t*t«** m^rht b* miaun<Ienito<>.l in Canada. All that tb« i'neud» of reciprocity out proporly do «h to exprten the wHlingnus* 0 f th „ people of tbo United Stab» to outer into auch wh«n tho peopl« of Canada arc aL*> mllm* Very troiy your*, Jon» 8 hkkman TKe Minority** Ou» um Iteport. Washington Feb. 38.-Mr W««hingtori, from the hoifke committee on the census, last evening aubmitted to the house the minority report of the committee on the resolMtion introduced by Mr. Flower di tectiug the secretary of the interior to make a new eonmeration of the city of î*ew York. "A census to be of value," «ay* the report. "should be a* accurate as It is possible to make it. At the same time the public in générai should r«*l satisfied that the enumenat Ion wa* fairly and hon estly made. Neither of these obtains in the recent census ot New York. We have no harsh criticism to make of the superin tendent of the census. We do not question hi* integrity or his desire to make an hon est and correct count. There i* no specific «barge made against census officials, yet it is claim«!, ami we think justly, that the «numeration was defective." A Big Brooklyn Scandal. Brooklyn, Feb. 38.-The grand jury ol the court of sessions of Kings county have made a presentment to the court in which they allege extravagance, waste and fraud in repairing and constructing the new Buildings of t he St. John land farm and conducting the affairs of the farm now under the joint care of the charity com missioners aud the board of supervisera The jury shows where and how severai hundred thousand dollars of the taxpayers' money have been squandered at the form. Fifteen Men Seriously Hunted. Pottstown, Pa., Feb. 28,-Fifteen meu vrere painfully burned at the Pottstown Iron works by an explosion of gas which threw the molten metal frfini the con rerter over the men in a shower. George Tonlier and Charles Rutter were the most severely burned, and their condition is Aidered serious. '•<*n Secretary Foster Barred Out. WASHINGTON, Feb. 28.-Secretary Fostet on his return from the cabinet yesterday was refused admittance treasury department. A friend with him explained to the watchman that the gen tleman with him was th« secretary of the treasury and he was admitted. meeting to the luttai of Mrs. William Darldson. The funeral of Mrs Eliza, widow of William Davidson, was held at Delaware City yesterday and was largely attended by relatives and friends from all over the H ' L °- Braddm of l/hrist Church, conducted the services Rev - «• N- Pilchard of the M E Church. The latter paid a high tribute to the life and chai&cter of the deceased The services were held at the bouie and Interment was made In th* Delswsre Ctty cemetery by the side lier husband. I of THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Comlrn»fd Telogrami (tatlierfd »I Run dona from Varioua Places. Secretary Husk has designated Morris town, N. Y., nnd Island Pond, Vt.. animai quarantine stations for the inspection oi meat, cult!;, etc., which may be imported from Canada. At Washington the senate committee on commerce has agreed to postpone indeli nitcly the bill for a second bridge acres* the North river between New York and New Jersey. The executive commit tee of the Republic an 1 ■vague of the United State* has issue»! the official call for the fourth annual con vention of the league. The convention b to be held in Cincinnati on April 21. George C. Ingham, one of the most brill iant of the younger members of the Chi eago bar, is dead. Mr. Ingham was one ol the lawyers for the prosecution in the Çronin trial. Four deaths from smallpox have oc curred at Johnstown, Pa, People are flee ing from the town. M. Fortune du Boisgobey, the French novelist, is dead. William Watson, accused by Miss Flor ence Birch of having set fire to her millin ery store in Islip, L. I., has been arrested. He denies the charge. In the case of the liaccarat scandal in leindon, Sir William Gordon Gumming in ststs upon having a trial by jury. Railroad travel in the Mohawk and Hud son valleys, New York state, is almost completely paralysed by floods. Yuma, a town on the bonier of Arizona and Cali fornia, is reported completely submerged and destroyed. There is a possibility that a decree ot divorce may not be granted to Mrs Uurke Koche. Ella Tice, a pretty white woman, was married at Williamsbridge, N\ Y., to James Randolph, a negro coachman. The New York grand jury, in its pre sentment to Judge Cowing, recommended that vit her t he sale of liquor in club houses be stopped on Sunday or that the saloons be allowed to keep open on that day. Cossacks have killed many Jewish immi grants, who were endeavoring to get ovei Uie Russian border nail escape to America lMvklusun Surely In,«nr. Nkw York, Feb. 38.—A dispatch from W Hkrsbarre, Pa , says: "There i* no kmger any doubt as to Miss Anna E. Dickinson's insanity, her sister's emphatic denial to the contrary notwithstanding. A reporter visited the state hospital for the insane at Danville and there saw Misa Dickinson in one of the female wards and in the charge of the keepers. Her insanity is marked. It dooa not appear to Ik- a mania any particular subject, but a deep seated disease of the mind, which lauds her to look at everything in a wrong light She was taken to the asylum on Wednes day by order of the directors of t he poor in the district of West Pittston. Physical ill health has produced nervous prostration, which has been aggravated by financial embarrassment and excessive literary tailors. The result has lieen a total de rangement of the nervous system, insomnia and insanity." Am ..■I Investigating the Jmnevllie Horror. 11 AZLI.ton, Pa., Feb. 28.—The coroner's jury met and were lowered Into the Jeans ville mine to inspect the workings. The lower level was filled with debris of coal broken timliers, twisted rails and wrecked cars, and it was with great difficulty that the party reached breast No. 11, where the water broke through from Ne. 8 slope ami caused such bnvoc. It was found that the space between the face of the breast and bottom of the gangway of No. 8 slope which was supposed to lie sixty feet was 1res t han twent y feet. When the immense body of water contiued in No. 8 slope was let loose, it ran down this breast at an angle of forty-five degrees and swept every thing before it. Huge masses of coal weighing tons were dashed into the gang way against iron cars and the latter were crushed into a shapeless mass. The wonder that any of the men could gain points of safety. ^ The Fremont* Want Alcatraz [aland. San Francisco. Feb. 28,-The statement that an effort is to lie made to establish the claim to Alcatraz island Is confirmed by Mis« Elizabeth Fremont, daughter of the late General Fremont She says her brothers have gone actively to work in the matter, aud she believes the claim con be substantiated. The government by its court martial proceedings in 1847 has actu ally made record of the purchase of the Island by Gen Fremont, aud Miss Fremont says it can easily be proven that he never ha« been paid for it. She states that Rev Mr. Covert is interested in the claim, stated iu the eastern dispatches. as K*-Ju*lge Bobo'* Crime. DECATUR, Ind., Feb. 28.—Ex-Judge of Circuit Court *1. B. Bobo, of Decatur, while under the influence of liquor last evening, shot his son Roland, aged 33 years, inflicting a wound that may prove fatal, the bullet entering the body below the fifth rib, lodging against the spinal chord. Judge Bobo being intoxicated be came abusive and ordered his son from the house. The latter not obeying immediate the father drew a revolver and fired, with the above result. Mr*. Leslie Carter in Trouble. 38.—The effects, salary ami costumes of Mrs. I*eslie Carter were attached last evening by Dr. Clark Gapeu to compel payment of $1,050 fee due him as a medical expert in the Carter trial Chicago two years ago. Omaha, Neb., Feb. Three Assassination* in Six Week*. Galesmlle, Tex., Feb. 28.—J a«;»*r W i 11 - iams was shot and killed this morning at I/eon Junction by unknown parties This makes the third assassination in this vil lage in six weeks. Tlie Went her. Generally from cloudy to partly cloudv and warmer, preceded by snow or rain. ver 891 MARCH. 1891 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 the 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 604 29 30 31 MOON'S PHASES. Ï Quarter © 25 son, Quarter 3 C 4:11 sum. 8:12 a. in. 17 p.m. 6:51 a.zn. •U 10 'll Isaac Prat ton Purled. „The funeral of Isaac Bratton, who Mr klUed at the Augustine Paoet Mills on hursday morning, was held this after noon from his late residence, No 603 King street. Mr. Bratton was chief engineer and machinist at mills and the employes showed thetT appréciation of him by a handsome floral offering representing the setting sun The pall-bearers were workmen employed the Augustine Mut*. interment was oi&de in Riverviçw Cemetery. m i t liu ' ; - M ss NEARING HER END Baroness Burdette-Coutts Now in III Hk.vleu. The cable announces that the illustri ous philanthropist Baroness Burdette Coutts, uow in her 73th year, is in 111 health. 8be is the daughter of Sir Francis Burdette aud was born in 1314. and inherited from her grandfather, Thomas Coutts, the banker, a fortune of $13,000,000. The list of her charities is long and includes the founding of school in England, institutions for the educ* tion of girls, building churches at home and abroad, 'missionary enterprises in many countries, promoting emigration, and assisting emigrant* ISM gift of $2.500,000 the poor inlreland in 1880. In 1812, she accepted a peerage from Queen Victoria and in 1881 married Mr. W Ashmead Bartlett, who, through her junior by some forty years, is very devoted to his aged wife. I i and a for the relief of STORIES OF THE DAY. "The greatest trouble we have with subscribers since the adoption of the system at the telephone exchange," said an operator, "is with those who when they; answer the wring which notifies them that a connection has been made, think that those who are to answer thé wring on the opposite side are in wait ing. When they do not get an answer at ouc# they wring again, break the connec tion, lose their temper, operator,! and finally have to wait twice as long as they otherwise would. A little patience in waiting for an auswer would save all the trouble." Tm W abuse the Wliml The Wilmington Industrial and Agri cultural Association has made arrange ment with its creditor* and are now pre paring for the uext fair to be held Hrzel Dell Park in September At, a meeting of the creditors of the associa tion yesterday afternoon, they agreed to accept 50 per cent on the claims in cash at an early date and 50 per cent, in the mortgage bonds of the association The directors of the fair are determined to make the next fair the best exhibition yet given by the association A circuit in course of formation «hieb will bring to Wilmington many fine horses. tion. at, CHURCH 8ERVICES The Hours of Hervlce 10.30; livening 7.30 BAPTIST. Are: Morning, Bbthanv—E lm and Jackson streets Rev. O. G. Budding ton, pastor, Delaware Avenue —D elaware avenue and West street, Rev. W. F. Bainbridge D., pastor. * ' North Mission op Bethany— Lincoln street, below Delaware avenue. Second —Fourth «nd French streets. Rer. Richard B. Cook. D.U., pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Asiiury— Third and Walnut streets, Rev. John D. C. Hanna, pastor. Brandywine —#wenty - second and Market streets, Rer. Charles A. Grise pastor. Cookman — Thirteenth and Scott streets, Rev. William L. White, paster. Franklin Street— No. 800 Franklin ÿreet, Rev. Louis E. Barrett, pastor Preaching at 7 30 p . m. Grace —Ninth aud West streets Rev Jacob Todd, D. D., pastor. Mt - Salem Church—N ear Bising Sun, 8®*. WalttrE. Avery, pastor. Scott— 8eventh and Spruce streets. Rev. Vaughn S. Collins, pastor. St. Paul's —Market street, above Sev enth, Rev, liouis E. Barrett, pastor. Union —Fifth and Washington streets, Rev, Adam 8teugle, pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Central —King street, below Eighth. Rev. William P. Swartz, pastor. First— Market street, above Ninth. Rev. GeorgeM. Hickman, pastor. HANOVER-Sixth aDd King streets Rev. Lafayette Marks, D. D , pastor. Olivet— Adams and Chestnut streets. Rev. George M. Thompson, pastor. Rodney Street—R odney street aud Pennsylvania avenue. Rev. William L. McEwan, pastor. West— Eighth andWashington streets. Rev. A. N. Keigwin, pastor. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. Holy Trinity (Old Swedes)—Seventh Church streets, Rev. Martiu B Dunlap, rector. Trinity— Delaware avenue and Adams street, Rev. H. Ashton Henry, rector. St Andrew's—E ighth and Shiplev streets, Rev. Charles E Murray, rector. St. John'«— Market street and Vandr avenue. Rev. T. Gardner Ltttail rector, 10 80 a. m. and 4 p. m. Calvary — Third and Washington streets. Rev. David Howard, rector. Immanuel— Highlands, Rev. Hammond, rector. St. Michael's— Front and Madison streets. Rev, A. I. DuPont Coleman priest in charge. 8 v °* on at I of I by K. J. MISCE LLANEOÜ8. Brkkan Assr.Mjii.Y, Davidson, Building corner of Ninth snd King streets! Services at 10 30 a. m., and 7.80 p. m. Evening subject.: "The Citizenship of Saints. " Christian Church— Fletcher Hall Market street. Rev. Neil McLeod! pastor. No evening service. First Methodist BSæHHI Protestant— Seventh, near Walnut, Bev. F. T. Ben pastor. First Unitarian— Eighth and West streets. Rev. William H. pastor; no evening services. Household of Fatth—R ed Men's Shipley street neai Sixth, 11 a. m p. m. New Jerusalem — Delaware avenue Washington street. Rev. Philip B. Cabell, pastor. Reformed Episcopal Church Redeemer—3. VV Johnson, OF THE corner Eighth and Monroe streets, Rev. J. Simpson Trotter rector. Ft. Stephen's Enolish Lutheran —Tatnall street near Eighth, Rev, L J Bickel, pastor. INbPtCTION BY COUNCIL. Th« Semi annual Test of the Ftre Depart men* Hold Laut Kreblng. City Council and Mayor Harrington !*st evening made the semi-yearly spection of the Fire Department The party left the City Hall at 7 80 o'clock aud completed their tour at 11 o'clock The teats were not very satisfactory just at the present time some of the com pzuifs are greatly crippled. The party first visited the house of the Fame Hose Company. Here it was found that the torse which is driven to the hose carriage was still suffering from an injury received while returning from a fire early this month. He could not take partin the hitching up test. The details of the inspection were as follows: Total mem bership. 125; 2,200 feet of first class ho 400 feet of medium hose, three he CSOB, hose First ■co meu, -econds. third m one LaFrance engine, one Siisk carriage, one Buliock hose ca- * trial at hitching up, with t **' seconds ; second trial, 15 * trial, 18 seemds. At the Weocacoe ho- .P , . , . „„ „„„ •<*», Uta trial test Zîîtmühb f '* f xb ° 1'ors.s was p°. ee other details were: Total members J(p SJ. real cgtate and •^nd°ho S Prr '" my ' I 500 feet good hoee. 2,000 feet of medium hose, Ü"® L,, -* Kri«äe Clapp & Jones engine, on ?,, s Jtby hose carriage , T rie Friendship Company was in good -Viape and made an excellent showing ail Ita branches of work. Its total mem bership is 78; real estate, $ 18,000; per sonal property. $10,000; 1,000 feet good hose, 1,200 feet medium hose, one LaFrance euglue, with automatic beater for boiler and self tighter, one Silsby hose carriage, three horses. First trial test at gearing np, 11 seconds; secoud trial, 11 j seconds; third, 0seconds, with three men. The Ptosaix Company was next visited and it was found in excellent condition. It went through the entire test aud it wa* found that the staudin of the company Is es follows. Tola" membership, 135; 1,000 feet good Lose. 800 feet, of medium hose, one'first-class Clapp & Jones engine, one ordinary hose carriage. First trial at gearing up, seconds ; second, 18 seconds; third, seconds; forth, IS seconds, with ouiy one man. At, the Delaware Company's house, the horse "Ned" was sick and ' no trial at hitching up was made. The other details were: Total membership, 70; one it area tiuck, $3,600; three horses, $850 The Washington company made an excellent showing, although there is not much space for working in its house Its record is as follows: Total membership, 110; 2,100 feet ot good hose; two Ameskeag engines, one Amoskeag hose carriage, one Holstein truck; value of real estate, $18,000; personal property. $0,000 First trial at hitching up, li seconds, second trial, 11 secouds, thfird trial, 13 seconds, two men. At the Reliance honse the test was made in good style, although the stable doors were ont of order and somewhat luterferred with the work. The books of the company show the following: Total membership, 64; 1,250 feet of good hose, 400 feet of medium hose; value of reai estate and personal property, $20,000: one bllsby engine; in service eighteen years; one Silsby hose carriage trial at hitching up, 17 seconds, man; second trial, 11 seconds, third, 12 seconds, two seconds, two men. The last company inspected was the Liberty. No 9, the youngest member of the department. The inspection was held the stable on New Castle avenue, in which the apparatns of the company is kept. The company has one small Jef feris engine, a two-wheel hose cart and 500 feet of good hoee Mayor Harrington made an address, praising the members the company for the plncky manner iu which they had established the company and were making it successful. He was followed by President of City Council Farrs sud Counciimeu Baugh. Curren, Nharhey, Magee and McKeuney Chief Robinson of the Fire Department also made an address. First one one man; men ; fourth, Di ■fABKIKD. NICKERSON-DOWKLU-By Rev. J. R. on February 23th instant. Samuel K. Nickerson, formerly of Queen Anne's countv. .to Miss Jennie Dowell, both now of city. __ DUSE. BRATTON.—fn the 28 t 8 instant, Isaac Bratton. In the f.Mh year of his age. HOLLAND.—In this 'city; on the 28d in Hantj Hannah M., wifejjf James Holland, ill 38th year of her nge MAGCIRE —In this city, on the 27th tn tent. Bridget E.. wife of Anthony Maguire. Relatives and friends are resp-cttuUy ]ted t*> at'end the funeral from the residence her hu»l>and. No. 427 South Jackson street, Monday morni g at 9 o'clock. High mass ht. Panl's K. I . Church at 1(1 o'clock, in terment at New Cathedral Cemetery in Dyspepsia Make* many lire* miserable, and often lead« to destruction. DUtres* after eating, rick head* ache, heartburn, sour stomach, mental depres sion, ete., are caused by this very common and Increasing disease. Hood'« Sartaparlll* tone, the mach , create* an appetite, promote« healthy digestion, rollere» rick headache, clear» the mind, and cure* the most obstinat« case« of dys pepsia. Read the foUowing : ■' I bare been troubled with dy«pep«t». I had little appetite, and what I did eat distressed or did me little good, in an hour after eating would experience a faintness or Bred, all-gone feeling, a« though I had not eaten anything. Hood'« Sarsaparilla did me an immense amount good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced. It relieved me of that faint, tired, all-gone feeling. I have felt se much better since took Hood s Pamaparilla, that I am happy to recommend IL" G. A. Taos, Watertown. Maas. N. B. Bo to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla by all druggist«. fI;slxforf&. Prepared only C. I. HOOD A CO., Apolhocariei, Lowell, Med«. IOO Doses Ono Dollar WM. B SHARP & CO. MOURNING AND BLACK FABRICS. Henrietta, Convent Cloth, Trteotlne, Merrill«,ix. Cashmere, Non'* Veiling, Drap d'A .ma, Oonrtauld Crap««, Clairette, Khadam«*,, Ardmurs, Satin d'Lyon, Undine Cloth, Prineetta* Batin Luxor, Oro$ Grain Rhaduunlr« Th® Best Black Goods to bay. Th® Bsst Black Goods to ieai. Th® Best Assortment bare. Fourth and Market St«. DR. HONEYWEL' DENTIST,Of)I 703 Market a. m Wilmingto ■a, Dei. T ->eth Extracted for With Gas or Vapor, Teeth Filled with Silver, With Amalgnm. With Gold, Set of Teeth, * Best Set, Warranted, - 25c 50c 75c 50c - $1 upwards $5.00 $3.00 uiuch'you 9 pay lWtt<,r made ' m * tter how Ä r hÄS M,le T Teeth pot in without plates by the Tooth SPECUI/TY*"' " a ' l OOLU «TLLINUS A Respectfully, i'cr DR. E. C. HONEYWELL. Office open till S p. ui. HIRES' i V CougiTcére. COUGHS,' COLn^ 1 AND lir8 CR0l'p, ble ÀXD ^^laCOUGH. Askeiyour^Drugglat FRESH GROfiRRTRS CDfl UttUbMlAb • ART. S. MOORE Delaware Avenus and West St.. ■ Has a good Assortment ot Fresh Groceries, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Burner, Legs, de., I VS hich lie is SELLING AT LOW RATES AWNINGS, AWNÏKGS. Wood berry and Iirnidd n MtUs :Tt?i 2 r \% I In ounce goods, which we are now making up, as we bave for the psst tUrty yea-a, mildew proof, and in a workmanlike manner, and reaeonable prices. Call and examine our stock, leave your orders and have them ready to hook up whan required. -U Canvas all widths and w-igh*-», suitable to £»'* OR lot wagon covers. Old sail canvas tor R. W. BIRNIE & SON, SAIL AND AWSINO MAKERS, Telephon.^ C ° r ' Fr0nt " d M » rkt)t 8t *' J. MORTON DILLON, DELAWARE WIRE WORKS Manufat tarera of WlndoH G mardi and Wire Wort Of every description Fly Screens for Doors and Win lows I and pat np in any style. 1 Wire Clothe* Lines pat ap. Electric Light Guards and Wire Noysltt* 500 SHIPLEY STREET. WHEN YOU GO TO DOVEH. PUT UP AT the BAYARD HOUSE Terms, *1.50 per day. Free Hacke to all trains. Conveyance to any part of the Peninsula. HARRY P. FORD, Prop'r H. L. BROWN. Contractor for Hauling, Boarding, Livery, Feed and ExchangeStaMs NOS. 110 AND 112 ORANGE STREET. All kinds of Haa'ing done at ehort nolle* hr day or contract. Under perecnal »une virion when desired. All facliltlee tor ,re ivlnr heavy articles. Telepliunne 358. . i he = I — I MEDICAL fhlckMter's Fnrll*h Diamond IIrand. ENNYROYÄL PILLS OHffaal and O-tly Grnnlne. A I if »IwA.Tfl reliant*, utoita uk Ä\ I 1>ru «'*» « aw,*a Wh ÆVV I ****** ln Hed aa.l (J.i4 aift*Uie\\|W I Wboira. »F*lod with bln** ribbon. Take 2 J R» other. Ar/Mdri danger w mbttitu- V | tri? l>rs«*Liii.*>r»s4«e. .... „ » « , p *7.""- a "!' reenwnisl. so* • K-Uef for I , „., ur _ - MsIL 1 **.IMH* r—Umoni.u A j me/', HPm., Ckl.-a—Wrt 4cmkull'»,,Msdl.„„ SIDEBOARDS. 25c 50c ..... 75c Having largely we find selves Eought our - v - 50c rC overstocked with Sideboards. We are already more than full, and each day brings have how A W' We more. to-day three times our usual num ber of Sideboards, and something must j be done to reduce the f number quick: That something shall be G / a GenePal Clearin £ Out j AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES. * We never had a prettier line of Side llU? ards ' beiu S in the Newest Designs and • Finishes (Antiques, XYI. Century and Old English Oaks and Walnut). They I highly polished and nicely made, design and workmanship. are all both in I these Our customers surely have a prices : treat in Antique Oak Sideboards, Marble Top ï alnut s ! d < aboa ' d ' f fla u rbie T °P' 4 ' f00 î En 8 |lsh 0ak Sideboards, I Handsome Antique Oak Sideboards, - $9.00 $ 10.00 $30.00 $ 20.00 English and Antique Oak 44- feet long, $42.00 and $45 00 Five feet Oak and Walnut Sideboards, $95.00 and $100.00, worth $150.00. Without doubt this is the greatest bar gain we have ever offered, and the are not for sales made in a month Are you one of the lucky ones? prices but now. ? M. MEGARY & SON, S. E. Cor. Sixth and Tatnall and 516 Tatnall Sts. AGISTMENT; I fd-LiO éf. Y^nyna*yc^~\ WUnlBirto«. D*% ASK FOR LENGEL'S Bavarian Lager Beer IT IS THH Most Healthful, Purest and Cleareg LAGER BEER On the market, and ia guaranteecUt i he unadulterated, and contains onlj I malt, hops and water. I On tap at all Saloons. I I I I 2 tri? SOHN A. LENGEL TELEPHONE 573. FIFTH AND DUPONT STBEBT8. OVER COATS Are yet de* sirablc to protect from the variable weather. We have a very good line of Coats in heavy weights, and there is sufficient in ducement for you to buy now, with the exceedingly low prices and a io per cent, discount in addition, even if to lay away for next winter. By looking through them you may find a bargain for your self. Anyhow it won't hurt to try. Spring still continues to send in styles. Two more large invoices came this week. They were principally light weight Overcoats in vari ous shades and styles. Youths' and Boys' Suits- ' are in, too, and a fuller line we never had. But we are not satisfied yet, as to-day brings still an other invoice. J. T. Mullin & Son, Tailors, Clothiers, 6 th & Market, . Wilmington.