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I to I An Ï Justice Bradley Responded ' TIRELESS DEATH CULLED to the Summons. HIS V0T2 MADE HATES PRESIDENT The Kloctnral Commission Was a Tie and lie Decided Against Tilden —He Died and AV ï a Self Made Mi Weal til y —Ills Probable Hueeessor Washington, Jan. '33.—Justice Brailley ©f the United States supreme court, is dead. His death waa not unexpected, as it has been known for some months past that the distinguished jurist was far from being a well man, an at tack of the grip last spring having left him in a much debilitated condi tion, from which he seemed unable to rally during the summer months. ■ His trouble began again in Noveinlier aud made grant in roads into his strength, and dur present term of the ^ .1. A JUSTICE BRADLEY. Ing a greater part of the supreme court he was unable to lie present at its daily sessions. It was only about a week ago, however, that his health became such as to soriouBiy alarm his family ami friends. TWo days ago he rallied, but yesterday it was noticed that he was sinking lust and tbo end drawing near. Up to the time of his death he hud been perfectly conscious at all times and his mind wns clear aud bright. Justice ilrsdlry** Career. Justice Bradley began life a poor boy and was one of tiie self made men of our coun try. He was, moreover, the richest man on bölch. Ills fortune is estimated at $750,triO, and he included among his pos session;, tlu largest |.;lTaiî l|tw «ad mkseel -jAricdc' *aW fchfegtoii. ** Bradley came from New York, betllg Lorn in Berne in ISIS. He was the eldest of eleven sons of a poor fanner, and received, with his father's assistance, only a cotnmon school education. He resolved to get a better knowledge of affaira, and by Seeching school and doing other work he was enabled to graduate from Rutger's college in the same class with ex Heere tary of Stale i hugli.r- a. Hé began the practice of law in Newark, N. d , and made a groat reputation as weil as a considerable fortune us u rail way law yer. He was uppointed to the bench Viy President Grunt in 1870. It was Justice Bradley's vote that decided the vote in favor of President Hayee in 1870. Justice Bradley whs a short, thin old geu tleniau, with gray hair, and used a conn in walking, lie cherished no desire for the presidency, aud devoted much of his leisure time to study, luiviug a great love for mathematical problems. He leaves a charm ing Widow and daughter and several sons. in llrailloy-s Probable Successor. The vacancy on the supreme bench, cause 1 by the death of Justice Bradley, is already exciting considerable gossip about the prob ability of Attorney General Mfiler's appoint ment. While the president may have made up his mind to api>oint Mr. Miller to u place •n the bench, it is believed he would hardly ■elect him for Justice Bradloy's place, be cause he is not in the circuit over which Justice Bradley presided. The name of Chief Justice Paxton, of the •upreme court of Pennsylvania, is mention ed «s the most likely successor. If tho se lection should be mode from New Jersey, Justice Bradley's own state. Judge Green wight-be appointed. Judge Green, it will be remembered, was considered for one of the United Btatea circuit judgeships, but the president afterward changed his mind and decided to appoint u Demo rat to that phu-o. _________ The weather promises to be cloudy, poe Ibly preceded by some rain or snow, owed by ci*- — . __ Dr. Baird dressed SCHAEFER D EFEA TS SLOSSON. The \ Y isard Wins the Hilliard Mulch for the C'tkaui|,lofiNhli> Cup. Nxw York, Jan. 28.—The tnntch game of billiards between the champion, Jacob Schaefer, and George Slosson for the ehmn plonehip cup, n stake of $1,000 a side and the net receipt* of the house, was played nt the Lennox Lyceum before u brilliant nudi MWe. Tiie game was tho 14-incli balk line, BOO points up. Pincus Lew, of Philadelphia, w«s tho referee. Tho i -uno was brilliant from start to finish. Heliaefer won the bank and won the game iu the thirty-fourth inning in 3 hours and 4fl minutes by a score at 800 points to his opponent's 592. The •core by innings was os follows: SkliU-'fer—C. 0, 27. 3, »3. 3, U. tl, 28, 5, 73, II, 9. 1, i. 155, ». 0, 51, »I, 1 11, 23, 48,1), 50, S3, 11, 0, U. 2, t, ÏS, 5, 11. Total. 880. Sloesun—2. 5, itt 18, 37, 2. 0, 0. 05, 0, 18. 1, 0, 5, 13, 22, 2, 38, 24, 10, 7, 3. », B8, 0. 11U, U, 3 1, 0, 21. 21, ». Total, 502. Schaefer'» biggest run was 153. and Slomon's HO Thu avei-ages were: Schaefer—33, 18, 34 ; Bless un -17, SI. hs. A Republican Official Deposetl. pK8 Moines, Jan. 23.— Mr. Cliff (Republi can), secretary' of the sonate, was déposai from office by Democratic votrs iu tho it£te senate, Lieutenant Governor Bestow Citing the deciding ballot. Tho sergeant M-arms escorU»d tho ex-seci*etary from hia place amid much excitement. A Rich Silver Strike. j. Dknveu, Jan. 28.—A man named Simonda öttH made a wonderful strike in Huppy Si u Ich, near the (Holy Moses property. He •truck wire and native silver iu chunks tw targe as half dollars, almost perfectly pure. Hm vein will yield millions. The camp is irild with exciter i •'t. Five Killed Instantly. Blue Water, N. M., Jan. 23.—Engineers Taylor and Moore, Conductor Moore and Wremen Keaggy and Waverly were iustnnt j killed in a railroad collision at this place. Valuable Horses Burned. Grand Rapids, Midi.. Jnn. 23.— M. S. Bull's barns were burned here, and Acinon, logic Bird aud Gray Pacer, valued at $20,. WO, perisli-d in the names. llorses auil Males Cre|uatetl. Kansas City, Jan. 23.—The horse anil nule marke; of Sparks Brothers was totally festroyod by fire und 290 horses and mules mere burned to death. Dr. Scott I. Ninety-two. Washinotox, Jan. 23.—Rev. Dr. Scott, toe president's father-in-law, celebrated his linety-eecond birthday yesterday. He wmarkably vigorous. f The Engineer Killed. Crkston, la., Jnn. 23.—By the tearing •f a switch an engine was ditched and En gineer Oscar Swanson was killed. The Weather. Ir Junction Hearing Pofttpcre The hearing of the injunction cate Jonathan Williams vs. the Odrwa Their Feet Itedly Frosted. Charles Blseoe and Frank Williams were yesterday brought to the police s'ation in a pitiful condition. _JJUcoe is a Geimxn and says he walked New 7ork his feet, from the frost, and his left is badly fruited, walked from Baltimore arid bis feet also frost-bitten members to-day. The men will be sent the aimsbonse 'hi* afternoon. His shoes did not protect Williams s*vs I Middletown Railroad has been postponed until next Wednesday. The hearing was have been to-day. The postponement was had at the Instance of the company, *nd the plea was acceded to by Chancellor Saulsbnry._ A Marderou* Eanatie. Pittsburg, Jan. 23.—O. A. Williams, an inmate of Dumont insane asylum, choked James Mi-.Affeo, a follow lunatic, to death, and wns in the act of choking another de mented patient of the name of Brownella, when a guard interfered and put hitu in a strait jacket. Hasting*. M. P., In «lall. London, Jan. 23.—Mr. George Wooilyatt Hastings, member of parliament fur the enst division of Worcestershire, charged with embezzling funds from an estate, was committed for trial as ho was unable to fur nish the $100,000 bail required. Tschlgorln in the Dead. Havana, Jan. 23.—Tsehigoriu increased his lead by defeating Steinitz in brilliant style in the tenth game, a two knight«' de fense. Steinitz resigned after thirty-one moves. The score now stands: Tsobigorin, ; Steinitz, 3; drawn, 4. Field Seriously 111. New York, Jan. 22. —Cyrus W, Field caught a coM on Thursday, and it.has de veloped into congestion of the lungs. The worst is feared should pneumonia rasait, owiug to Mr. Field's weak condition. General Wiley Reappointed. Harhimbuho, Jan. 23 —General John A. Wiley of Fnuiklin wu» raapp<«iiit«d com mander of the Second brigade National Guard, by Governor Pattison. A Jersey Hotel Destroyed. Atlantic Highlands, N. J., Jan. 23.— Tlie largest hotel at Port Monmouth, owned by A. Bowman, was destroyed by fire. It was unoccupied at the time. An Angry Boy Kills Himself. nSlAJJ, Me., Jan. 23.—Willie Stuart, aged fourteen, pf Mudiiasport, got angry with another meinoeFof tTB* family, secured a pistol and shot himself dead. Hi A Famous Sliipbuildor D»*il. Bath, Me., Jan. 23.- Elisha P. Millet, the famous shipwright and builder of tbo Shen andoah anil sister shi[*i, is dead, agod seven ty-eight years. iglitaling Appointed. Washington, Jan, 23.— W. J. Houtaling, of Albany, has been apismitod reading clerk by Mr. Kerr, clerk of the house of rejire •entatives. If A l>Uhoue»t Postal Clerk. NrwHavrn, Jan. 33,-(KH>rg« EL Alvord* a postal clerk of Morris, Conn., whs arrested to-day for the theft of a draft for 1170 last October. Kilteil by a Premature Blast. New York, Jan. 23.—By the premature i-xploefon of a foundation blast James Doo ley and James Cox were instantly killed. More Smallpox In Newark. Newark, N. Y.. Jan. 23 —Two additional rases of smallisix, forty-five in all, have been reported to tho board of health. Treasurer Haloes Short and Missing. Frankfort, Ky., Jon. 23. -Hugh Gaines, sity treasurer, is missing. He is $1,800 short it the lowest calculation. A Woman's Awful Death. Pensacola, Fhv, Jan. 23.—Mrs. George Collins was burned to death hero by oil from an overt urned lamp. The Uope'üi Vitality floing. Rome. Jan. 251.— The pope, while not at tacked by tttiy eoriouH <lineaae, in slowly los tntr his _ BEADING'S STOCKHOLDERS Why They Cheered -The Road'. Splendid Showing for I.uai Year. Corporation meetings are not usually demonstrative. On the coutrary, as a rule, tush gaiheringo are characterized by cold-blocded and business-like reit It must, therefore, have been peculiarly cratitying to President McLeed of the Reading railroad, when, at, the annual meeting of that corporation the other day,the stockholders applauded the unt xpectedty favorable report of his ad uriuls ratlon of their great property dur ing the past year. The results accomplished aud the gains achieved iu every department of the com patiy'a business during a year when other railroads have barely succeeded in hold lug their own, have scarcely a parallel in railway histoty, and constitute a most emphatic endorsement of the integrity at d ability of the road's present manage ment. As compared with 1890, the business of the railroad itself for 1891 shows an increase in net latuings of #l,fi()0,21fi 44, and au increase in profits of $1,510,088 82 «•bile the Coal and iron Company's op ■ rations 4638.883.94 tn net earnings, aud a total irein over the previous year of $140 ,423 67, making a total gain, for the t wo companies, of $2,150 462 49 The net amount set aside as profits for 1891 Is considerably more than double t hat of 1890 Out, of this there will be paid the fuli interest. 5 per cetit,, on the firet pteference income bonds, and 4!s per eut. on the second preferences. t hat tu« management did not strain a point jny the full 5 per .cent on the lattei securities is evidence that, Mr. McLeod will not descend to questionable methods in order to make a good showing. Many interestthg facta Rre to eieaued from the president's report, Fiotn It we learu that the Reading C pany is one of the greatest land owners in ttie Union, its vast estates, compris ing coal, iron ore and timber lands, ag a regal lug upwards of 194.000 acres. The cun pany owns at least 50 per cent of the ant hracite coal remaining uumined Pennsylvania. The Reading Is also l*i dlord on a £very large scale, owuing 2 764 dwelliag houses, built upon i Ui os, aud for the most, part occupied miners und other employes To operate the mines there is employed a force of 24,754 m*n and boys aud it will prise moBt people outside of ■ region" to learn that of this number only 9,709 are foreign born 2 690 horsss and' mules, 18 locomotives and 7,275 mine care are iu use underground move the coal from the chambers to breukers Among the commodities used at I he mines annually are 2,000 tons blasting powdei, 140 tons of dynamite, and for horse fesd 250,000 bust els grain and 6,200 tons of hay. There are 16.783 men on tin railroads' rolls; these added to the army employed about the collieries make a total 41,537, to whom were paid for wages fol- during the year $18,237.262 70 It be estimated that fully 200,000 persons depend directly for support upon earnings of the Reading's emploves. For supplies of various kluds the pany disburses millions of dollars anuualiy and the re-distribution of these rums among the population in general suggestive of the inter Independent lirions existing between this corporation and the communities in which it the ales. celict». increase of exhibit su . h. 8ur is up AitmTöffipr tliA renort is irratifv InfiTÄt? tbÄ Ï. 7 S 2 ÆS CUri ties, but al90 to the public at larg#. demOQfctrfttiug the complete fi lâliCial of well as physical rehabilitation of a and and important property. from foot are t> Le BBINTOS ON W H KKI.S. Description of HI» hovel Combination Tricyrle an d Sleigh Bailiff A. C. Brlnton, at the Court House, bas about perfected a novel vehi cle which he proposes to use as a carrla e in the summer aud a Blelgh in winter It is about 7 feet long. The two hin wheels are 3 feet in diameter a : feet persons are located between these two wheels. The third wheel is four feet in diameter located on a pivot at the front like a tricycle It will not enly be the drawing wheel but also the steering near. The driving gear consists of two cranks with a ball and-socket joint. To these cranks handles aro attached. These handles will be worked by the persons occupying the seats. O.ie of the persons will do the steering and work the brak« with the disengaged band. Toe tiras of llie wheels sre plain in sntnmer In winter sptus well be placed on the driving wheel, and the two hind wheels, will rest upon runners. Working the handles will give the momentum. He calculates that the machine will make as good speed as the average tri cycle. A floor will be provided aud upon It maDy articles can be carried Mr Brlnton has been working on the machine for many years aud will get It piteuted. He thinks that it will come into general and practical use. Pennsylvania Railroad Tours to «fact aonvllle. A series of six tours from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washlnglop, aud other principal points on the Penn sylvaula system is fixed for the following dates: January 10th, February 2nd. Feb ruary 16 h, March 1st, 15th and 29th, 18P2. The first five tours will admit of a visit of two whole weeks in the llrivery state, and the returning parlies will leave Jacksonville for home on the dates fol lowing February 4'h aud 18th, March 3d, 17th and 31st, 1892, Tickets for the sixth tour will be valid for retain by regular train until May 30tb, 1893. The period allowed is amply sufficient to admit of a thorough tour of all the in teresting places In the Peninsula Kites for the round trip, $50.00 from Nsw York, $48 00 from Philadelphia, and proportionate iatt8 from ether sta tions. A ppllcsti rns for space should be made to Pennsylvania Railroad Ticket Ageuta. Cann'n'ham's ginger ale. Binging lu tue Ouaker City. William D. Miller, the popular tenor, went tc Philadelphia yesterday and sang at a reception given by a fashionab.e family lu that city last evening. I Seats for two 8 part. CHURCH SRV CES Services iu ths following churches at 10.30 a. m. aud 7 30 p. tn. BAPTIST. Bktbany —Elm and Jackson streets, Rev. O. G. Buddingtou, pastor. Delaware A v bn o«— Del a warn avenue aud West rçtreet, Rev. W. F. Bainbridge, D. D , pastor. Nohtii Mission of Bethany—L incoln Street, below Delaware avenue. Second —Fourth and French streets, Rev. Richard B. Cook, D. D., pastor, METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Aam-RY—'Third and Walnut streets, Rav. John D. C. Hanna, pastor. Brandywine- Twenty - second and Market streets, Rev. Charles A. Grise, pastor. Cookman — Thirteenth and Scott streets, Rev. William L. White, paster. , , Eakt Lakh— Preaebingby the pastor, Rsv.C. H. Kershaw. Ei-woin n—Corner Tenth and Bennett streets, Rev. Isaac Jewell, pastor. Franklin Sthkkt —No. 800 Franklin street, Rev. Jakez Rodgaon, pastor. Guacr —Ninth and West, streets, Rev. Jahu Y. Dobbins, D. D., pastor. Kinoswood— Fourteenth and Clay uiout streets. H. 8. Dulany, pastor. Mt. Sai.km Cudrcii—N ear Rising Sun, Rav. Walti r E Avery, pastor. Scott—S eventh and Spruce streets, Rev. John France, pastor. 8ii,VB!i*nooK— Rev. Mark E. Bow man, B, D., paster. St. Pa cl's— Market, street, abnve Sev enth, Rev. Louis E. Barrett, pastor. Union—F ifth and Washington streets, Rev. E. L. Hubbard. PU. D.,pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Central —King street, below Eighth, Rev. William P. Swartz, pastor. First —Market street, above Ninth, Rev. GeorgeM. Hickman, pastor. Hanovkr— Sixth and King streets, Rev. Lafayette Marks, D. D., pastor. Olivet— Adams and Chestnut streets, Rev. George M. Thompson, pastor. Rodney Street—R odney street, and Pennsylvania avenue, Rev. William L. McEw'au, pastor. West— Eighth and Washington streets, Rev. A. N Keigwin, pastor. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. Holy Trinity (Old Swedes)—Seventh and Church streets, Rev. Martin B. Dunlap, rector. Trinity —Delaware avenue and Adams street. Rev. H. Ashton Henry, rector. be all iu a s by the to the of of of may the com vast is re oper St. Ax Drew's—E ighth and Shipley streets. Rev. Charles E. Murray, rector. Ft Jonx'H—Market Btreet am| Vande ver avenne. Rev. T Gardner Llttell, rector, 10,80 a. ni. and 4 p. m. Calvary — Third and Washington streets, Rev. V. tl. Berghaus, rector. K. Immanuel— Highlands, Rev. Hammond, rector. Ft. Michael's— Front and Madison streets. Rev. A. I. DuPont Coleman, priest in charge. St Matthew's, Mission, (colored.)— Market and Twelfth street between Orange, service at 9.30 a. m. and 4pm H D. 8peak in an, lay reader. MISCELLANEOUS. Behean Assembly, Davidson, Building, of Ninth and King streets. corner Services at 10.30 a. m. aud 7 .30 p. m. Christian CncRcn—Fletcher Hall, 604 Market street. Rev. Neil McLeod, pastor. No evening service. First Methodist Protestant Seventh, near Walnut, Rev. A. Harryman. First Unitarian— Eighth and West streets, Rev. William H. Johnson, pastor. Delaware avenue New Jerusalem and Washington street. Rev. Philip Cabell, pastor. Second Advent Cnuacn—Messick's Hall. Second street below Washington, Rev. F. H. Burbank, pastor. Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Reformed Episcopal Church of Covenant —Third and West Streets, Rev. C. F. Hendricks, pastor. Reformed Episcopal Church of Redeemer—W, corner Eighth i. Monroe streets, Rev. J. Simpson Trotter, a8 r®CÎor. as [ Ft. STEPHEN 8 English LUTllEHAH great -Tathall street Leur Eighth, Rev, L. B ckel, pattor. ITEMS OP INTEREST Br the parlor lamp: She—"Read ms something from your paper." "Certainly, my love. Here's something that will interest yon. gageaient ' der if I km w them !" "Fourteeu killed on the Mexican fron tier."—Pittsburg Bulletin. Can You Kat Heartily, with relish, aud without dis tress afterwardV If not, we recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla, which creates a good appetite and so tones the stomach and bowels that the food is properly digested and asslmilateu. Thomas B Smith was installed by Mayor Willey yesterday as a member of the Water Commissioners, to fill the vacancy made by the death of the late Colonel Feblger. Al.l.ow me to add my tribute to the effioacy of Kly's Cream Balm. I was euf fering from a severe attack of Influenza and catarrh aud was induced to try your remedy, The result was marvelous. I could hardly articulate, and in less than twenty four hours the catarrhal symp toms and my hoarseness disappeared and was able to sing a heavy role In grand opera with voice unimpaired. I strongly recommend It to ail singers —William H. Hamilton. Leading Basso of the 0. D. Hess Grand Opera Company. Cunningham'? ginger ale. Young Mo i-her (in ecstasy)—"Yes, my little niece, this is your teeny little baby cousin. Isn't he a darling, bless his ltsy tootsy wootsles! He can lalk, too. Sit up, bahy. and talk to your ittle cousin." Baby— "Good, goo, goo, woo, tnawoy, wow, wow. goo, goo " Little Niece (10 disgust)—"I've dot a new doll at home 'at ta.ki better tin either of yon." He— ' Rumored en 81ia—"How lovely! Won He (continuing)— eonv Hukti.l, No. 726 Market street, will exit j our sale in oily or county, "What doei a volcano do with lava?" ashed Freddy. "Give it ud " replied his fa'ber "That's right," said Freddy.— Harper's Yeung People, W. C. D. R. E. Clothing cleaned, dyed and repaired by skilled workmen at 011 Market street. Scami'ds—"I' m doin' a rattlin' bnsi Trampus—"Wot are ye at?" ness. Hcampus—"Shakin' dice for drinks."— Brooklyn Eagle. Cunningfi am'b «toper *1 p. YOUTH AM) IIH.A1JTY pr«Berv*d by using the marvel of the age "liKAi'itEU.E Oil." Though called %u oil is more the nature of an expressed juice, pos sesses pecu Her properties preventing forma tion of Wrinkles or tendency to Ageiug of the skin fiOc and $1.00 at Druggists. K S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J. COCKROACHES. FLfie.s. ants, bed bugs, rats, mice, sparrows, cleared out by "Rough on Rats " Nervous Weakness. Genital 1ml 1 Jtapen-c, Sexual Debility, cured by "Wsll's Hbaltii Rrnewer" HA uhltu. CEDERSTRAND LAWSON. OnJantmry 7, at Klngswood rare-onsge. by Rev. H. 8. Unlaney, August C.derstraud aud Mali, fia Lawson, both of ihi" cby. GRUBB—FLETCHER.—On .Jamary 21. by liev U. W. Fin law, at bis residence. No. 815 Bmscn street, Omden, N. J. Horatio I. G.ubb lo Mbs Blanche BTetcUer, both of this city. HANNAM-WIRT.-At the residence of the bride's parents, Maryland avenue and Franklin streets. January 31st, by Rev. O. G. Haddington, Hector Hstinaiuand Miss Anna R. Wirt, both of this city. MARLKY-WOOUWARD-At the Anbury M. E. UarsotiBKe. No 228 Walnut street, on Wednesday morning, Janniry 20, 1802 by Rev. John D. C. Hanna. Thomas -I Marl y and Miss Suianna K. Woodward, both of Newport, Del. DIED. ALEXANDER —In this city, on Wednes day January 20, Mary J. Alexander, widow of Joseph Alexander. gHBGG.-Ou January 20. 1802, Sarah A. Gregg JEFFERIS.—On (be20th Instant. Dr. Em ffior JelTeris of Wilmington, in his 88th y LAP1KKE.—On January 21. Francis La plere. in . he 58th year of bis age. MARTIN.— On Saturday morning, 23d instruit, Ann. widow cf the hue David Mar. tn. In the noth year of hr age. at, her late residence. No. 2031 Spring Garden street, Philadelphia. Interment at Lower Brandy win« Pretbj terian t'burob Tuesday next, a! 11 o'cloca, to which friends and reiatives are invited to attend. PE ARSON.—In this citv. on the the 18th in stant. Isaac H Pter-on, aged 71 years at rhe residence of his -on, Jacob Pierso , No-4 7 Eu-t Second s reel, PRIc'E,- In this eity, on January 21, David M. Price, »ged £0 years. WAT.SMITH. - In this city, on January 21, Margaret, widow of Lndwlg Wnlsmith, m her Bist year. WhlGHT.-Snddenly of pncumotla, st iris rasldence. Klumens!, Del , January I7ih, Joseph Wright, in iris Kird year. Peculiar To Itself In many important particulara, Hood's Sarsaparilla U tllffereut from aud superior to auy other medicine. Veculiar In combination, proportion and prep aration of ingredients, Hood's Sarsaparilla pos sesses tho full curative value of tho beat known remedies of tho vegetable kingdom. Peculiar in its medicinal merit. Hood's Sarsapa rilla accomplishes cures hitherto unknown. Peculiar in strength and economy — Hood's Sar saparilla is the only tnediclno of which can truly be said. " 100 doses one dollar." Medicines in larger and smaller bottles require larger doses, and do not produce as good results as Hood's Sarsaparilla. Peculiar in its " good name at homo M — there Is more of Hood's Sarsaparilla sold iu Lowell, where it is made, thau of all other blood purifiers. Peculiar In its phenomenal record of sales abroad, no other preparation has ever attained such popularity in so short a Umo. Do not bo i i duced to take any other preparation, lie sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla 8old by all druggists, fll; six for $5. Prepared only by C. 1. HOOD A CO., Apothocaries, Lowell, Mass. IOO Doees One Dollar J. -WEI ' si® \ e MÎ r — A. 5 5 lV B. ihk the *TÄ and radical core. 1 have made the d Miuwof fits, kPI lepsV..FALUXO sickness. nte t.ss wady. Others have failed ns reason for not now weak in« euro . 8endat«cce for A trealirs and a Free Brittle J c;,. r^., 0 «« n. G. root. at. € is. P.arl st„ N. XtCurea Cold*.Cough* 8oreThroat.Cr«np Initaeosa. Whoopi ï g Cough. Bronchitis And Asthma, a ecnoin a»r Tonsumption In 8r»t ataffo». aiid % sure JjM aivnne stagrs. C»e at onw. You will see the ?x o-ll '« »ffret after tskinf th»* first doau. 8o:d by d«.j«ra rtr;*h(rt. Large b uiw 50 oenu sod f l.00. 1 CURE FITS! tbu worst cue«. R„<-.uw HAVING 1C0NTRÂ0TE3 FOR A NEW We offer For Sale the Large DOUBLE CYLINDER PRESS On which the Evening Journal is now being printed.- This press will print a four or eight-page, eight-column newspaper, end may be seen running in our pressroom. As we contemplate putting in an entire new plant we also offer the plant now in use, consisting of type, cases, imposing stones, desks, tables, safe, etc., being all the pai aphernalia quired in the publication of a daily newspaper. This is an op portunity seldom offered to any one about to start aper. re a news The Plant will be properly packed and delivered free board boat or cars. on JOURNAL PRINTING CO WILMINGTON, DEL. JOHN M. SOLOMON, Agent for the Keystone Press Brick Company. BUILDING AND PAVING BRICK A SPECIALTY. Goat, - Mood, Lime* - Sand, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Calcined Plaster, Plastei ing Hair, Portland and Rosendale Cements. OFFICE, No. 3 WEST TLIItD 8TIÎEET. YARD. FfiONT AND CHÜRP.H 8T* TsIfishnnsR 116 and Î 03 , opcjpcçv-l \ ' r-uiu j! Corner FifttTand Market Streets, Wiimtmrton. Del. XOlUJXft ATE üb Ü Ä, P JB ÏM KN r. W S. W. Cor. Sixth and Kino Streets. NOTICE.—Water rents are clue and payable in advance in January. If paid on or before January 31 the face or bill ; in February 5 per . will besdded; in March 10 per cent. After March 31 ferrules may be drawn. Ac counts for January will be closed on the 31st. charged with ihe cent Property owners water rent. All persons are warned not to supply addi tional fixtures, or any premises with city water without a written or printed permit from this depart ment. Office open from SI a. m. to 4 p m. JOHN S G ROHE. Registrar. N otice -the county assessment now comp'eted, am\ may be teen at the f llowtnR Xilace« : Fir$t Ward—Audi*«ughlln Hrothers' clpar store, No. 0 West fc'mmh street second Ward—Hugh Diamond's cl«:ar store, southwest corner of Third and Poplar st reel s. Third \V*rd Wltsll's cigar store, Maryland av« nue and Madhou street. Fourth Ward — Alexander McOowan's, noithwest corner Third and Lombard street®. l'i'tn Ward Nancy Quigley's saloon, No. 620 Madhon street Sixth Ward— Willlsm A. McShea's clsrar store, southeaet corner Eleventh aud French streets. Seventh Ward-William S. Moore's grocery s ore, northwest corner Delaware avenue and West street. KiL'hth Wf.rd-Edward C. Conca^non's saloon, southwest corner of Seventh and Lomh ird streets. Ninth Ward -Joseph J. Rigby's cigar store, No. JfltuO Market idreet. Tenth Ward—William A. FhleldV, north west corner Pleasant and »Jackson streets Eleventh Ward—Robert Cottinghara, No. 300 Maryland avenue. Twelfth Ward—Philip R. Shea's, southeast corner Fourth and Scoit streets. The assessors will be in s^t-sion at the Court House. (Levy Court room), ori January 30. 27, 28,29, ;«) and 31, for the purpose of making any corrections and placing any name on the sessmeut list that, may have been omitted. JOHN J. O'HARA. First District. MICHAEL T. CONWAY, Second District* CHARLES WHANN, Third District. ï rOR HALE. COMMENCE THE NEW YEAR RIGHT. '+J The Muskegon Improvement Company is organized under the laws of Michigan for Ihe purpose of raising funds to induce manu facturera to locate in their city. The company i urchaaw! a tract of land, subdivided it into lots, and sold to citizens of Muskegon in one day l'.ÖUOlots at a uniform price of $130 per lot. Some of these lois have been resold for $1 500, and many of them for from six to ten hundred dollars each. Five hundred houses aud twelve immense factorisais the result of the sale, the profits being used to erect the factory buUOings which ~ presented fret^o the present owners. ■■ _ 2&\ W, The baoui; Company now oiler 1,800 lota at uniform price of |lfi5 each. Terms only $ cash and $2 a week or $8 a month. The lots in the second sal" are more worth Three Hundred Dollars than those in th* first sale were worth One Hundred aud Thirty Dollars on account of said improvements. The Company issue a bond hacked by million dni ars to duplicate in 1W« what was done in 1W»1. _ . _ ,. Sen 1 your name and poet office address and we wil! cheerfully mail you free. Plats, Maps, * beautiful Bird's Eye View of a cl y Thiitv *j housatd, and such information as eveî y intelligent person will appreciate. If you do not become a urchoser you will flndjthis iiiiormatloB valuablei'ndJiasfTUctlve. This is the one chance of vou life It don't cost anvt hing to inve-tlgate Write to Uhas. M tU ele & fc*ons, dole Agents, Mus kegon, Mich _ P RINTERS—STEAM FIXTURES, COM plete with cones, hangers, etc., suitable for quarto or eighth-medium preset. Also lot of belting. Apply at Evening Journal office. . a of V. P RINTERS.—FOR SALE. FOUR LARGE Imposing Stones. Apply at this offic e. Ç^lLMINGTON BTKAMBOAT COMPANY Commencing Wed nee.!av, November 27. Philadelphia, Cheete r and Vi ilmlngtoa.Luut* tes STEAMER BRANDYWINE A\i i Irfiave Wilmington, Fourth street wlia-f 7.3C .a n ano 1. p. in. teare Philadelphi*. Chestnut street Wiorl at 10.15 a. m., and 4.0C o. m. V ooai.- -too « Cheaierb.tb way» IT WILL PAY Intending purchasers of BICYCLES To call and see the stock of PySo Cycle Co. 807 MKET mm Quadrants, Phœnix, Moffat, Belmont, etc., etc. POLITICAL. pOR SHERIFF' OF NEW CASTuE COUNTY. Fjîed. Kieüîle, OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Subject to the decision of the Demo cratic party. TOR SHERIFF OF NEW CAfcTLE COUNTY, Peirce Gould ' OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. a a . of a Subject to the Decision of the Republican Party. CORONER OF NE 9V CASTLE COUNTY, James II. Gueen OF W1MINGTON HUNDRED. Subjnct to the desieion of the Demo cratic party. £H)R ' UANKIHH a HU riXANCUL ARTISANS' SAVINGS BANK, No. 503 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Delaware. Open daily from » o'clock a. m. until * p. tn., and on Teksdays and Saturdays Iioui 7 *« $894,461.12 797,693.55 $ 96,767.57 Assets, - Deposits, Surplus, INTEREST ALLOWED on 1 11 derosits of money for one month or longer at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. Money loaned on Mortgage on Beal Estate GEORGE W. BUSH, President. C WESLEY WELDIN. Vice-President. E. T. TaYLOR, Secretary. JOSEPH M. MATHER. Auditor. R. R. ROBINSON & CO M BAKKXS8 AMD BUÜK1BI jorner Fourth and Market dtneti WANTED,' Fqnitable Guarantee and Truat Company Lock. Blocks bought and sold in the Nev fort .-•hfiadelphla and Boston markets on oommli Lettereof oredlCgtven, Avs'liblein all wut >f the world, aud drafte on England. Ireland franoc, Germany and Switrerlan.i lesueil R. R. ROBINSON A CO a A Is generally SHABBY caused b y a SUIT worn-out or bad-fitting pair of pants —renew the pants and you have practically a new suit. With boys this is especially true, as they generally wear out two or three pairs of pants to one coat. A look at our stock of panes will convince you that we can match nearly any coat. The prices range from 75c to $7 50 in boys'from 25c to $2.50. Many of these are from suits, of which the coats and vests are sold, and in order to get rid of them prices aie considerably cut. A new lot of $10.00 Stormers in yesterday in two shades, and they are marvels of cheapness. A discount of 10 per cent on cash sales of vvin terweight clothing. J.T. Muilin & Son* Tailors, Clothiers, 6tb & Market, Wilmington, $2,600 WORTH OF Optical Goods. Closing out our Ootical Business below cost. COLO SPECTACLES. Former price, $10.00, now $0.00 Former price, 6.00, now 4.00 Former price, 5.00, now 3.00 FINE STEEL SPECTACLES Former price, $2.00, now $1.00 Former price, 1.50, now Former price, 1.00, now .50 Former price, .50, now .25 ÂYARS & SON, 309 Market Street. DOUBLE BREASTED BLACK CHEYIOT OP WOOD BROWN SUITS to Order $L2.00, Strictly All Wool. PAKTS to Order $o.00, $4.00, $5.00. Over 300 different Patterns to Select from. U7ERP00L & LONDON MERCHANT TAILORS, 521 Market Street, FOR HOT LUNCHES STOP AT No. 3 East Fourth Street. French Drip Coffee, Pies. Sandwiches, Fist Cakes and Oysters. No long wailing. C. R. HOLT Proprietor* AT ROBELJEN'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE You can always get what you want. Old customers know this, and new ones soon find it out. We make a specialty of Fine Goods. W. C. ROBELEN 108 West Seventh St. PHONE 445. FRANCIS KELLY & CO • 5 SOLE PROPRIETORS OF.THE 0RÄ5CE GROVE and BEAVER VALLET PURE RÏH MISSIES Choice Cologne Spirits. S03 MarkrCand 102 Shipley St. WILMINGTON. DÎL. MCHUGH, ■jphomab WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER No 13 Market titre »t Delaware TtlminzDn.