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HiS LIFE WORTH LOSING.
There Was $21,250 Insurance on Carl Ruttinger. a WAS HE OR HIS DOUBLÉ SLAIN! The Mystery Surrounding the Hound end Gagged Corp»e Found Near Staten Inl and Uce|M'Bi Perceptibly — Suspicion of a ''Graveyard" Insurance Plot. N kw York. March 16.—Is Carl Emanuel Ruttinger alive? And if liviug. is he now sknlking somewhere in this country ci Europe to escape the consequences of ont of the most elaborate crimes of modern times? Is "W. W.," his friend William Wright, whose handkerchief was found crammed into the throat of the corpst found a week ago in the water at out ol the way Totten ville, S. 1., also alive, and not only alive, tint safe in hiding across tin Atlantic, whither he tied in a cattle sbi] from Boston'' Can IS#r Gustave New, the East Fifty efghtki street boarding house keeper, have been devolved when he identified ns Rut tiuger'» the corpse of the stalwart man gagged and with hands tied behind his back, whose death has been officially pro Bourn»») by Dr. Walser, of Staten island, to have »suited from strangulation? la the Deed Man Kill Singer? Can Dr Walser have been mistaken ami tbe dead man around whom so much mys tery i lings have died from an entirely dif ferent cause? Or if he. was st rangled to death can it have been done with the de liberate purpose of having the corpse pass as that ef Ruttinger? Facts developed yesterday in the latest and most perplexing of Staten Island's rapidly growing list of mysteries strongly suggested these sensational inquiries. A "Graveyard" I nail rant'« riot. A» a result, of all camp the suggestion that the whole mystery of the lonely cor tier in the Arthur Kill was it ''graveyard" insurance plot., conceived and carried out wit h amazing ingenuity and thoroughness Of detail never outdone in fiel ion. First ot all, this startling theory suggested by the discovery that Rut tin ger's life was insured in German compa nies. and through a branch there in the Equitable Life of this city, for the large sum of 981,000. Then there was the state mont that Wright, the friend who hu» been so mysteriously silent, is piotialily alive, and that the officers of the law are cerifl dent that they can overhahl him. Insured tor w! 1,250. The search of Rattiager's effects threw quite quite a different light upon the mys tery The policy of 911.250 in the Equitable is missing, wflile those of the Victoria and Cologne life insurance companies were still among the effects. The Equitable policy was issued just, one month before Ruttinger took his second class passage tor this country. Altogether this made life iusitraucies policies aggregating 921, 250. u -t' An a result of the antopey mode on the body Dr. Waloer nhUI yesterday Ids exam ination Hhowed conclusively that there was no trace of alcohol stomach or brain. He was either iu the of the opinion that Rut linger had beondrugged. Thein quest will Ik- continued Wednesday even iug at Fire Hall, Totten ville. A dispatch from Boston last right said that Detective Sergeant Adams, of police headquarters, was working with the police of that city to get a clew to William Wright. Their work thus far had brought to their attention a man who answered Wright.'* description in every way who was in Boston recently. The suspect won very nervous in his manner and a month ago endeavored to gel a passage ns a cat tleman ou an outbound steamer. DfjioxH from the Ministry. Philadelphia, March l«.~«ahop Whit aker, of the Protestant Rpis«opnl church, has issued a decree confirming the findings of the ecclesiastical court before which the Kev. Charles S. Daniel, rector of St. Chry sostom's mission, this city, was tried. The decree formally deposes the Rev. Mr. Daniel from the ministry «barged with violations of the canons ot the church in being guilty of immorality ami breach of bis ordination vows. He was also charged with lying and soliciting money for the mission, which he appropri ated to his own use. He was found guilty and recommended for dismissal. He ap pealed to Bishop Whitaker, who confirms the findings of the court. Will Strike W».V 1. Nkw Your, March 18.—The United Framers of this city have agreed to strike on May 1 uuless their demand for shorter hours ami more wages is acceded to. They want eight hours to constitute a day's work Um: first five day« of the week and seven hours on Saturday. They Ask that wages be increased from forty to forty-five ('«its per hour, and that all con ten et» lie open for examination at any time the union desire«. The bosses wlil refuse to sign any contract. They say that tliey will agree to shorter hours and increased wages to those deserving, but they will not permit, their books and contracts to he ex amined. He wai T* Settle MeQueary's C'ase. Clkvklanp. O., March 1«.— Another ses sion »f the ecclesiastical court of the Epis copal diocese of Ohio is being held today for the purpose of settling the McQuearv heresy case. AH the judges have declared that they have made up their minds aud prepared their decisions. The feeling in general is that a verdict, will lie ngaiust the accused, hut this is not bused on state ments hy any of the judge». HI. Lqng Fast Ended. Union-Town. Pa, March 16.—William Scott died at New Salem in the eighty third year of his age. For the last tliirty seveu days he has fasted, having taken nothing in that time but a little milk, and for the last ten days be swallowed nothing but a small quantity of wine and water every other day. Philadelphia Cricketer. Defeated. Halifax. N. 8., March 16.—A Bermuda dispatch says that the Philadelphia crick eters were recently defeated by the Garrison eleven by on inning and twenty-five A return watch ended in a draw. runs. Ureat Day for Births. PEKNFlELb, Pa., March 16.—Within the past ten day» Mrs. Jerry Copelis of Deca tur township, gave birth to four children at once, and Mrs. Snyder of New Wash ington, gave birth to triplets. Weather lndleatlen.. Generally from cloudy to partly cloudy and warmer, with rain or snow and an in crease of storminess and fog on the adja cent coasts Two Pretty Easter offering». Frderick A. t tokee Company of Ne» York hsve iifu.:d some very pretty Faster carde. Tv i of them have b**ei received by the Evening Journal, They are original and striking. One is named "Little Faries," and is mode up of fou cards whlen fold. They contain th pictures of cate children who osiry this compliment; "With Best Wirhes for a Joyns Easter." The other is a neatly framed print entitled "The Choir Boys," who are arrayed in the white gowns and are singing a processional, «ft-_ _ SYRACUSE FLAME SWEPT. ri»« Conflagration* Within Twnnty-fmir Hun», with Lomm of «11,000,000. Syracuse, March 18,-Five fires within twenty-four hours, two of them of great, destructive proportions, is a record which this city has never equaled before. Satur day's fire, which started in the Hogan block on West Fayette street, destroyed property valued at $1 ,(«0,000, upon which there is about 9700,000 insurance. Among the buildings burned were the Tracy block, the Newell block, Fay building, Ayres block, Seneca lftrnae and the United States hotel. The second section of the fire, which was started by sparks from the other confla gration, live blocks away, wiped out The Journal building, Cook block, the Mont gomery fiats, Yates block and Roscoe building. Tib Vnnderbilt House barely saved. Help was received from the Oswego and Utica (ire departments. It is now believed one life wus lost in the Mont gomery flats' fire, W. H. Conklin seen to go into the burning building after some of hia furniture, and has not been seen since. At 5 o'clock Sunday morning, while the fire department was playing upon the ruins, flames were discovered is suing from the rear of St. James' Free Episcopal church in 1-ook street, and, aided by a high wind, spread furiously. The Mclennan building, next door to the church, was soon in flames. Within ten minutes after the arrival of the fire department the church was in ruins. There were ten families in the McLennan block, and most of them were compelled to rush into the street in their night clothes. Sev eral women were rescued by aid of ladders. Only one engine responded to the alarm, as the fire in the business portion of the city threatened to break out again at any moment, and it was necessary for some of them to be stationed there all day. The McLennan block was totally destroyed, the occupants losing everything except the garments they wore. 'The loss of llenedict & Wnlluee, jewelers, who occupied the double store in the building, I» 933,000, with 922,000 insurance. The present tire depart Blent is totally inadequate to cope with such tires as tboat- of Saturday. wai BOB GAVE THE WORD. l'ngtliat Kltaalminona Start» the rriit-a trtann at N<«w York. New York, March 18.— The »ix day»' go a»-you-plca»c race wo» started iu Mudiaon Square Garden at midnight. Bob Fitx simmons, the pugilist, gave the word. The starters were R C. Moure, John Hughes. Dan Herty, Hubert. Wheeler, George Man ning, George Cartwright., William Nolan, Frank Hart, Steve liroilie'a Unknown. Daniel Burns, lewis Seifert, Peter Golden, George 1). Noremae, Pinhau Heweka. Ed ward Murphy, Gun Guerrero, John A. Glich, Fred Wilson, W. H. Burrell, George Connors. Peter • Hegelman, John Duly, Robert Peabody, Thomas Howarth, George Trace}', Robert Peach, Tim Curley, I). R. Bennett, Alfred Kimm, 11. O. Messier and M. Craig. Ex-Champion James Albert did not atari., owing to his failure to obtain a guarantee of |!1,U00. The crowd was much smaller than that which haw been present at the start of previous races. "Leppcr" Hughes was the first man on Hie traek. George Tracy made the first lap and Gun Guerrero won the first, to make mile. The lead Guerrero had at-the end ot the first mile he maintained nt t be end of the first quarter of uu hour. S All the l-tirlllnid Claim« I'uhl. Asm'ltv PARK, N. J., Mardi Hi.—Kv Mayor Charles Sohtler, of Je n < 'i; y, rii ceiver of the Jacob |»riilard Brick w..r I- ■ al Keyport, has paid alt claims against Hit company hold by Keyport merchants and also those ot the destitute employes who have iiecn out of work since last De cember. The action of Receiver Seillier relieves much suffering, ns the men who had claims agaiiiNt the company could not get them honored. About 990,0t>0 was puid out. Seidler expects to start the works soon and place them on a paying isisis. The works are tile largest in this country, having a working force of about 8(10 men. Corbett and Kllrain Slay Meet. San Francisco, March ia.— After the Godfrey-Kilrain tight Jim Corbett said: "1 stated that if Kilrain defeated Godfrey 1 would give him a chance for nuot her 'go' at me and I meant what I said. If lie wants to try me again I'll give him an op portunity aud a good whipping besides." Kllrain, when seen, said, "I will probably leave here next week for New York, but I'll lie out again to give some one else a chance." "Do you menu Corbett?" was asked. "I would sooner Corbett would be the man than any other." Senator Heamt 1 San Francisco, March 18.—The funeral of United States Senator George Hearst took place Sunday afternoon. No sermon or eulogy was delivered, either in the church or nt the cemetery, only the simple ceremony of the Episcopal church burial serviie being used. The remains were tol lowed to the cemetery hy Governor Water man and stuff, memliersof the legislature, Admiral Benimm, General Gibbons anil their staffs, many local civic orgauiza tious, and numerous friends. Funeral. Chicugn's City Tickets. Chicago, March 16. —The Republican city convention nominated the following municipal ticket: For mayor, Hempstead Washburn; city marshal, Jacob Tiede mann; city attorney, B. F. Nicholson; City clerk. J. R. B. Van Uleve. At the United Trade and I-abor party convention the fol lowing ticket was nominated: For mayor, Dewitt C. Crcgier; city treasurer, W. P. Rend; city attorney. George F. Hugg; city clerk, Jniuea D. Allou. A Big Failure at Vork. York, Pa., March M.—Michael Schall, of the banking firm of Schall & Daunerand interested in a dozen other enterprises, has failed and confessed judgment for tUy.OUO. It Is said that he lias recently lost several hundred thousand dollar» through indorse ments and in other ways, and a number of suit* are j «ending against him growing out of his various enterprises. It is stated tlist he will assign for the benefit of his credi tors. Must It un g in May, Baltimokk, March 16.—The famous Na vassa rioters case was in court again Sat Ur du}'. George S. Key, Henry Joues and Edward Smith, who were participants and who after being found guilty of murder invoked the interference of a higher court to save them from the extreme penalty of the law, were sentenced to be hanged May 15. on An Ocean Dory Race. Boston, March 16.—Articles have been signed for a race iu dories, là >e t or under, by Captain Andrews, of Cambridge, aud J. W. Lawler, of Chelsea, started about June 17 and is to be from Boston to laud's End, England. A cup suitably inscribed is to be the trophy. Additional—William Tbe schooner Rebecca M. Walls, re csntly commanded by Captain J. W. Truss of New Castie, has been found to oe in such a leaky condition that the Board of Surveyors has ordered her fron the Delaware Breakwater to New York, she being adjudged unseawortby. The I ace is to be Petition, for Delawarean*. The following pensions were grant« d to Delaware people on Saturday : Origi nal—Andrew Wilkinson, Henrv Sharp, Frederick Miles. loues. Increase—William Backus. WANT A BETTER ROAD " A1U A AVAU. WHEELMEN GIVE A CONCERT FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT. B#v. I. !.. Hubbard*« Laat Sunday- Sport ing Men Organ!«« a Gun Club A Bene ficial Society Agent; Gone— Funeial of .lohn 8 Kehlet Mim Mchn field's DeatA Special Corretpondenee Evesiho Jock * au N r.w Castlk, March 1 6 —Th» First Regiment BaDd, twenty-four men. under the leadership of John Wallsmith, slated by prominent Wilmington vocal iate, gave an excellent concert in ike Opera House on Saturday night. The event wo« ander the aaspicles of the wheelmen of Wilmington, ami the pro ceeds went toward the fund tor improv ing the New Castle road. The Opera House was filled with New Castle and Wiluolsgton people, the latter having come on the steamer Christiana with the musicians. The selootlons by the band wore exceptionally fine and won loud ap planse. Two pieces were especially en cored. They were "Cosmopolitan of All Nations," by Pendiville, end "Old Times March," (clarionet obligato), Sousa classic anisic was played, and every piece was either a patriotic air or a stir ring selection of martial mnsic. Direc tor Wallsmith succeeded in entertaining, instructing and »musing In the splendid program rendered. The vocal selections were good without an exception and every number was encored. The solo, "Light of My Life," by Miss Virginia Connor, and the duet from the opera, "Pirates of Penzance,' by W. R Wal ters aud Miss Kate Bisseile, were the features of the evening After the latter there was deafening applause, lasting two minutes, but the singers refused to respond, owing to the late hour. At both services at the M E. Church yesterday large congregations gathered to hear Dr. Hubbard's last sermons In the evening every available iach of space was occupied, it having W-ome kmwn that he would proacli a farewell sermon This he did not do, however, and took bo formal leave of the congregation. He delivered twe stirring sermons, and after the evening service a general hand sbuklug waa indulged In. Rev James M Wise made a fervent prayer for the partor 's future snccess, at the morning service The congregation is sorry that he could not have remained here another year, as his fear years as pastor of the New Castle church have made one of the brightest seasons be ever ei joyed Rev 1 , h Marttndaie or Rev. N. M. Browne will probably succeed hlm M F.Oharshe, a beneficial soc ty «gent, left this city rather euddenly at week Charshe had been employed a pnddler in tbe Riverside rolling i i s, and resided with his family in Dob ville Some time in Jaunary be 1» tbe agent for several Philude societies that claim to pay ICO per < interest Heresigmd his position, t which he was making $4 per d?y, sun weut into the canvassing busiucss, A few weeks later his patrons were surprised to receive uotices from the societies to pay no more assessments to M F Charshe, be having failed to ao couut for them for some time pas:,. The agent then attempted to get out of town, but Constable Riding seiz-d his goods at I be suit of Patrick Leonard, and he has Dot since b-eu heard from Members of the Delaware Hun Club which recently diabat d d, aud absut tweu'y prominent sporting men met at the More of J T. Stoops on 8*tu d. y night, and re orgauixsd the ctnb The following officers were elected: Pros! dent, John T. Stoops; secretary, George H. Reuney; treasurer, Harold Sidell; captain, Mablou K Lancaster A reso lution v as adopted to bold weekly * hoot ing matches on Saturday afterucons, at 3 o'clock, on the old grounds near the narrow dyke The new team starts out ander very favorable circumstances, and promises to become second to none in the state in marksmanship. The remains of Johu 8 Eckies, the wall known aud respected farmer, wete quietly laid to rest in the M. E church yard shortly before noon to day A few intimate trhrds of tbe family visited tbe late home of tbe decease, just above this city at 10 o'clock, aud services wue co"ducled by Dr Hubbard of the M . F . Church Charles White, Joseph MoOanghen and John Gallagher each had serious mishaps befall them on Saturday. Tba former had his hard mashed hy a falling pipe at the Delaware Iron Works, and the last two had hauls badly lacerated in macltiu ery at the New Castle Woolen Mills Contractor Ira Luut ieft this morning, with a large force of workmen to rebuild an old wharf in the Delaware river below Fiun'e Point The wharf is at the begin ning of the "Salem cove," and is Govern ment propert?. The work will be in p ogress ail this month. Comnauv H, First Infantry, N. G D., through ha efforts of Captain Boyd, has e u ed the celebrated No»s family, which has appeared ln re wie t crowded houses, to perform in the Opera H mae on Thurs day evening. M»rch 81 The family will present a choice musical program aud tbe final will be "A Quick Match." by H Noes Miss Cordelia Schoßeld, aud aunt of U S Senator George Gray, d ! ed after» short Illness at her home on Water street, early yesterday morning She trad been attending a sick sir ter and was taken 111 herseif last week. Her condition grow worse until Saturday night, wheu she lost cotise oesuess arid never rallied. Miss Schofield was a sister of the la e Mrs A. C Gray, aud of Mis» Harriett Sobofit-ld, a number of relative» were at her bedside when she died. Division No 3, A O. H,, 100 strong and wearing handsome new badges, turned out in a body yesterday morning, and attended mass at 8t, Peters's Church Rev E L. Brady delivered au impressive sermon. Seminole Tribe No 7., I O. R. M , have begun preparations for the célébra tion of "Tammany Day." in June, Tbe exercises on that occasion will be held ail day Mrs Robert Shorc'ess, of Landen berg Pa , is visiting the family of Edward Chefflus, of Orange street Lieutenant Herbert Deadyue of the U. S. Engineer Corps now stationed ai Willet Poiut, L I, paid a short visit to his home here yesterday Merritt P Hastings and wife of Wil mingt.on, visited relatives here yeater day. 08 No * me ia t. William 8, Ahern of App' quinimink hundred is vititlDg his brother, P. J Ahern Mr sud Mrs Edward Challenger sue daughter Hattie returned to day fron a visit to relitives in Salem, N J . Home Missionary Society will hold its regular month!} meeting at the residence < f Mre. T. At klnsou 'bis evening Wide borders of sparkling ice lined thi shores of the Deis «are river yesterdav Woik on the new jetty at Finu'i Point Is now nearing completion. pile driviug has beeu comp'eled. M M, Beamer. principal of the colored schools, has arranged an excellent enter tainment for the evening of March 28 Captain Thomas H. Frazer, master o' a Philade'phla vessel, spent Sunday with hi) family in this city, The Woman's Th. Johu Fiemiug. the shoe a erohatit, post tivelj declines to stand as a candidate fci eltjr "»essorand ssys that if hisnam» llMeduu wthint |,i s authority 'I Fl.miug, am n it a politician," said Mr. "and desire no office " 'GIVING THE NEWS" Our K«t,eemed Morning Co&teuiporftry Kip» The Every Kreulng on Two of lta Tit roe Heed». in connection with the missing certifi cates it is said here to-day that the cashier of the National Bank of Smyrna had discovered a record of the time when the state had been given a certificate of the 114 shares it holds in that concern. State Treasurer W. D. Waplea was the man who received the certificate, and it was tn 1841.—Dover correspondence of the Morning News, March 11. The statement in a morning paper that the Smyrna Bank had discovered a record of the issue of 114 shares to State Treas ure" WapUss, in 1841, was news to the committee and to Treasurer Burnite — Dovor correspondence of Every Evening, March 12 The Dover correspondent of Every Evening writes: "The statement in a morning paper that the Smyrna Bank had discovered a record of the issue of 114 shares to State Treasurer Wapies In 1841 was news to the committee and to Treasurer Burnile " The correspondents of The Morning News are engaged for the purpose oi finding and printing uews —Editorial The Morning News, March 13 While our morning Republican con temporary is to be congratulated upon its efforts to find ont and print the news, we beg leave to suggest that the printing of statements that have no foundation in fact is not "giving the news" by any means.—Editorial Every Evening, March 13. Cashier Janney testified to an entry on the books of his bank of a certificate for 114 shares of stock sent by mail Ms/ 14, 1811, to W P, Wapies, trustee of school fund —Dover c <rrespondeuce Every Evening, March 10. Henry Ros», colored, of No. 814 Locust street, has had a mania for obtaining money and goods under false representa tions A few months .go be ordered a livery stable owner, with whom he wus employidasa driver, to g«t three car rlagts ready for a funeral for wb'ch he had received orders The carriages were put iu readiness, and Ross iosiead of bringing theai where he represented filled the carriages with colored women, and gave them a free drive over the oountry I ro.ds Re was dismissed ou returning that evening He has since obtained aeveral otbei things under false pre tences. CAGED Ar LAST. H.nrx Ko»*'. I rak« lor Obtaining H<moy aud Pleasure. L»at evening he went to see Mrs Margaret Morris and told her that her hukhend li*d been arrested for beating R mau and was then at the police station, If, he said she gave hlm fil 90 he would have Morris released He got tae money, aud wheu Mrs. Morris met her husband she discovered Robs had lied to her. She had Ross arrested, and at this morning's session of the Mu aid pal Court Jncge Ball held him in $200 bail for the upper oonro.^ Th« Rame wf f'eticb lllutf*. The Baltimore Sun say«: Cheering re port» ot the good condition of the peach buds sud prospect» iu Maryland from Caroline county to Kent e-unty, as well ns from tbs wes'ern part- of the s'ate. set m to have aroused the Delaware planters to put iu even belter claims The Hun bas shown that the mountain and the bay region growers of this atat.* feel alike confident of a good peach crop. The same may be said of the Pennsylvania counties bordering Maryland aud Delaware, so that nothing ia ieft the Delawareans bat to show up. And they have doue so handsomely The Philadelphia Record yesterday saya that, farmers from Delaware who have been in that city within the past few days say that "there are prospects for 7,000 000 baskets of peaches this year. In all the orchards, the tre aars loaded with buds in - g -cd healthy condition, aud not toe far tdranced to be Injured by au ordinaiy frost The buds cliug closely to the branches, and it takes considerable energy to knock them off Od ptarh growers like ex Governor Biggs. Onmmius, John P. R Polk sud Colonel Wilbur H Burnite look for one of the largest crops from present appearances that there has been on the Peninsula for years " This oaght to ead tbe game of peach bluff that has been goiug on for some time—at least nutil the trees begin to bloom. tbe Commander Green Must Go Post No 3. G A. R , of Dover, has adopted resolutions oondemuing tbe election of Comrade Daniel Green to the office of department commander ss a fraudulent and cjrrnpt one, end stating that it will not recognize Comrade Green ss department commander under the existing circumstances SABRIID, ORR—CALHOUN.- On March 10. by Dr. C. A. Gris», John Amos Orr and M ret T. Calhoun, both of Hits city, PIERCE—LYLE. - In Philadelphia. March 11, by t .e R v. J. Wtibur Chsp man, D. 1).. W illiam U Plerceand Mattie W. Lyle, both of thlB sity, PETITDF.MA'GE—TRUITT.—In this city, on March 11. by Rev John ». C. Hanna, Elmer E Petltdcmange and Mbs Lucy Truitt, both of New Castle county, Del. PYLE -FUNK.—At the residence of the bride's mother. No. 004 W'est Eighth street Wilmington, on Wednesday evening, March 10,1WH. by Rev I, mis E. HarretLCIarsuce \V. Pyle and Sibyl E. Funk, all of Wilmington. Rev, sign mu« CAVANAUGH.—in this city, on the 10th instant, John Cavanaugh, in the 33d year of his age. DENNEY.—In this city, on March 12, Mary T. daughter ot Leonzx N. and the late Emma L. I leu j«-y, agi-d tl years. KCKLKK On March 12. lHUl.John S Ecklce In thi 83id year of ht) one. JOHN-UN.—In New Castle, on March 10th, G orge Johnson, In his With year McKENNKY.—In this city, suddenly, on Maim 13, Cormac McKenney. aged 52 ears. SWIF In this city, on the 14tn instant Miss Lydia M. Swift. Fanerai private, from the residence of her ni-ce, Mrs Ridings, No. 72» Pine street. Lancaster county p»i>ers please copy. WOKRELL.-In this city, on the 10th in s*ant. Thomas Worrell, in the 83d year ot his age. Hood's Sur* »«par i 11a lias by its peculiar merit and its wonder res ä» fui e COMPOUND EXTRACT wontbe • fide nee oC t r m the people, and U to-day the moft popular §1 bl d pu rifler and strengthen ing medi cine. It \ cures 'ula, salt r h c u m , dyspepsia, headache, kidney and liver com plaint, catarrh, rheumatism,etc. lie sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is peculiar to itself. Hood's Sarsaparilla sold by druggists, ft; six toxfii. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Moss. IOO Doses One Dollar BUY YOUR CARPETS We announced a few days since that we were selling Lowell and Bigalow Body Brussels at $1.20 a yard; 'twas like offering dollars for fifty cents; the carpets have been sought from far and ne tr. We now offer even greater bargains in our en t.relinc of 5-frame Body Brussels for $1.00 per yard,made and laid A fortunate purchase from a retiring manufacturer en ables us to make these liberal and unheard of prices. Any buye- knowing the price of carpets will at once see we are sell ing the best carpets at Tapestry prices. The same carpets sold in other stores for $1.45 and here for $i.oo. Think of the contrast—we try to make it so on our whole stock and willing for everybody to know it. We have been told that we carry too large a stock, but we think not; our aim has been to have the largest, and we think we can surprise strangers to our store. are "T o Is the Price of as l » Pretty a Line of TAPESTRY BRUSSELS as One Would Expect to see. In Extra-Super Ingrains we and most effective ever brought and 80c. furniture* CURPETS, UPeIOLSTERY, COPTIC INP, L.INŒLIUMS. Coal, Wood, Building Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, JOHN M. FRONTWAND Telephones 116 and 203. 9 *..-ô 1 1 I Cough Cure. Safe, Sure and always COUGHS, COLDS AND WHOOPING COUGH. Reliable, in CROUP, AND Ask your ..Druggist it. GAS STOVES Excellent for COOKING and HEATING. Mnnv honses have Bath-rooms or Sit tin» rooir s, or Chamber» that are not sufficiently heated for Fall, Winter or Spring; to all such a GAS STOVE furnishes much comfort at little coft, ae the «barge for putting in is very small and the cost of the store is moderate Apply at 6A8 OFFICE, 300 Shipley Street. J. MORTON DILLON, DELAWARE WIRE WORKS Manufacturera ot Window Guards and Wire Work Of every description Fly Screens for Doors and Windows mad and pat up in any style. Wire Clothe» Lines pat up. Electric Light Guards and W.rt Niven)» WOO 8HIPLKY STREET, putter OAM'JETMEHT Vj'AKAN'DXO. Eli. UP ■< rifth «nd Murktt Street*. Veil WilmlMtea. Del IMPORTANT ! STOP AT THE WAY6IDE LUNCH PALACE Kot Coffee, Chocolate, Sweet Milk. SHude^che» and Pies of ab Kinde. Hoi Soupe. Open ali night. All home-made goods. C. K. HOLT, Proprietor, No. 3 East Fourth Street. we are showing the handsomest to this market at 50c, 650,750 M. MEGARY & SON, S. E. Gor. Sixth and Tatnai!, and 516 Tatnall Street. Lime, Sand, Calcined Plaster, Plastering Hair, Cements SOLOMON, CHURCH STREETS. MAIN OFFICE, 3 West Third 8t. I ! GOAL, GOAL, GOAL Only the best quality, Hmi ad Free Burning. Careful repared and screened. K clinkers. Also KINDLING WOOL PINK, OAK, HiCKmn : McKEE &PYLL OFFICE AND YABD South Side Market St. Bridg Lumber, Lime, Sand, < ment, etc. TELEPHONE WHEN YOU G-O TO DOVER, PCT UP AT THB BAYARD HOUSE TermB, $1.50 per day. Free Hacks to ail trains. Conveyance to any part of the Peninsula. HARRY F. FORD. Prop'r nUNCIS KELLY & CO., SOUS PROPRIETORS OF THE ORANGE GROYE and BEAYER YALLEY PURE RYE "WHISKIES Choice Cologne Spirits. 103 Market and 102 Shipley St., WILMINGTON DEL. \ i\ I ' C A w 8 /, LA 7 m M i -T-s-seijc^ Tins is our last crow from the Ledger Building, oth and Chest nut Streets. We consolidate the tire business and have our Opening | Day at the New Stores, Cor. 13th and Chestnut Sts." on March 24th. Meanwhile surprising bargains in Clothing are at the old stand, as we wish to move nothing but fixtures. en A. C. YATES & Co. I-2DGER BUILDING, 6« and GHE8TNUT STREETS. ELEVEN To day is our birth day and we point with pride to the fact that we are eleven years old. Each of the years brought us new experience in the clothing line; each of these years has taught us what our customer's desire. We have endeavored by hon est goods, fair prices and no misrepresentation to build up a business in Delaware, and we have succeeded beyond our ex pectations. Profiting by the experience of former years we intend to climb yet higher and to that end we havè collected a stock of Clothing for men, youths and children, such as we never have had before. We would be pleased to see our friends to day in order to show them how big we really are and we are confident that they will be more than pleased and surprised at the extent of our estab lishment. YEARS. J. T. Mullin & Son, Tailors, Clothiers, Gtb & Market, Wilmington. ASK FOR LENGEL'S Bavarian Lager Beer IT IS THB Most Healthful, Purest and Clearest LAGER BEER On the market, and is guaranteed to be unadulterated, and contains only malt, hops and water. On tap at all Saloons. JOHN A. LENCEL FIFTH AND DUPONT BTBEKT8. TELEPHONE 573 IP. ZEZBUSTEIRi BOTTLER or Soda. Sarsaparilla, Ginger Ale and Weiss Beer. . Orders from the oity or State taken at tdi. depot, 3UH FRENCH ÖTREET, promptll attended to. BOTTLED LAGER IBEER AND |PORTER P EBNER Fourth «d Union Sit, 11 Cali,Tel.phone 514,.