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PEUR SPRING EPIDEMIC.
An Upward-Bound Vessel Stopped In Sight of Harbor. BIG BARBECUE AT DELAWARE CITY. Oration«, >In«lc, Fireworks amt Roasted Ox to be Features of the Tiny Vlore About the New Deputy Sheriff« and Jail Ofllrials to be Appoint«-«! by ; Sheriff Gould. Special Correspondence Evenlnit Journal. Nkw Cabti.k, Nov. 16. — Report come from Philadelphia that the American line steamship Indiana, which passed tip the river yesterday for Philadelphia, was stopped when in sight of her dock there yesterday by the treasury department. Her M8 passengers were prevented from landing and ail communication with her has been forbidden. Not oven I he crew will be allowed to go ashore. The In diana had passeil both quarantines credi tably and her officers supposed that there would he no furl Iter difficulty: but when site arrived a* the wharf the customs officers took charge of lier, refusing to allow her make an entry in the custom house. Tlie refusal was based upon the fact that the vessel had not observed the 20 day quarantine proclamation, issued by President Harrison on .September 1, which the secretary of the treasury claims is still In force, department officials claim that in order to prevent a cholera outbreak in tin* spring it will he necessary for the Fed eral authorities not to relax t hoir vlgt lance in keeping out of the country all persons who might possibly carry tlie germs of cont agion. Wedded a Newspaper Man. Miss Fannie M. Kees, of near this cil V. was yesterday united in marriage to Hubert S. Emerson, of tin* Trenton Gazette, Trenton, N. J. The couple were married in Wilmington by Dr. Hub bard, formerly of tills city. The ceremony took place at tlie residence of tlie bride's sister, Mrs. James P. Thompson, »1« Xhallcross avenue, only immediate rela tives being present. The bride was at tired in an elegant traveling costume of moire cloth trimmed with lieiigaUiie silk; she carried a hoquet of ( La Franco rosea. A wedding breaafast was served, after which Mr. and ^Jrs, Emerson left home for a wetjdln Pennsylvania a To Make* IlnniH Howl Awhile. A large company of youths have landed together and organized a fife Vnd drum corps to stir up the town when it sûmes a mid-winter or mid-summer still ness. The lifers of Dio new organization will be taught by Thomas Smith while tlie drummers will take lessons from John Dorris, veteran players in this line. Wilson* Conner will "blow der bass drum," Till Taylor will clap the cymbals and among those who will play the small drums amt fifes arc Ehe Hull, W. J. Fleming. Preston Hall, Hoopiier Downey, Sidney King, Harry McGuire. Sherman Conner, Willie Nayloraud others. Albert Naylor will he drum major. Propose«! Ballroail Improvement«. Supervisor U. L. Holiday, Chief En gineer A. Feldpaugh, Assistant Engineer S. C. Long, Assistant Train-master John Book aud Master carpenter Henry Seiders were hen* a few days ago Inspect ing the yard switches, signals and lulu graph offices herb with a view, it is said, of making radical changes and impor tant improvements. One proposition was to remove the present block tower at the junction of the main Hue aud the cutoff to a point directly opposite tlie station and to have all switch«*«, instead of a portion of them as at present worked by the interlocking system from the tower. Tlie treasury 4 ,1 trip through .ud the South. western as I: Delaware City's Dig liai liectie. The City Cornet baud will go down to Delaware City tomorrow evening, after the ox has tieen roasted there by jubilant Democrats but before tlie torch light parade lieg ins. There will probably lie three other bauds at the jollification to «•ompete with New Castle for laurels in the music line, namely, St. Georges, Chesapeake City and Newark, but New Castle will have the rigid of Run in pro cession. During the celebration orations will be delivered by the two successful chairmen, Willard Saulsbury, Jr,, and Levin Irving Handy. Tlie X< Deputies and Warden«. Joseph Wiggles worth, president of the Republican invincibles of Wilmington, will probably be appointed deputy she by Sheriff elect Gould tomorrow night. There are three deputies to be appointed . two for the city and that portion of tlie county north of the canal, and the third for that portion south of the canal. riff MV; ÉL ! i Hrt. Elizabeth Messet liai Umore. Md. Rescued from Death All Said She Could Not Live a Month How Alive and Well—Thank* to Hood'* Sartaparilla. " I must praise Hooil's Sarsaparilla, for It 1* womlcrlut medicine. I suffered 10 years witli Neuralgia and Dyspepsia and fniutinu .pell«. Sometimes I would tw almost sttfl with eot.I perspliaUon. I spent a great deal of money for medi.-al atl*-i»l.«nce luit 1 did not n-l any benefit until my doucliter tokt me about Hood's Sarsaparilla, and I heran to lake U I weighed less than luutbs. and was A Picture of Misery Every one who saw mo thought I could not live another mouth. Hut I heran A improve »t onte aller beginning with flood', Sarsapa rlihL an«l have gradually gained until I am now perfrttl, cured. I eat well, sleep well, and am iu perfect health. X owe all to Hood's Sarsaparilla of bHnK dea« 1 now. I am alive and TFlßW* Ml *f 1'hlfcABBTH MEnskü, 1*1 LLS are pt rely vegetable. faatly hanuh ti, lalUide ami benefit ui. I'M m/ Bakincr Powder ßbsofutefy - Pure A on*am of tartar haklmr powder. TTIkIipM of all In loavonliiK Hln»i»Kth.— Lnt«*Ht United Staton (tovernvnent K»mmI hoport, l!(>V Al. H 4KIMI I'OWDKHCn., KM Wall Rt.,N.Y. These cover the permanent appoint ments. There are also six appoint monts of bailiffs and tipstaves, for service in the courts. Speculation is still going on as to who will he appointed chief warden, night wardens and superintendent of convict labor. lii«'l.l«-i>t. of Hie Hay. l T . S. Dennison, a Winnebago, 111,, pharmacist, is spending a few days in New Castle as I lie guest of his brother, ex Councilman II. A. Dennison. Charles Megginson, Jr., who broke Ids leg by a full from a tree on ids father's farm above town, three mont lis ago, has entirely recovered under t he care of Dr. Tybout. Several New Castle music-lovers went to Wilmington last night to see Digby Hell in the opera "Jupiter" at the Grand Opera House. Robert Cavanaugh, n farm hand on Magistrate Janvier's place is at the Mar ket Street Hotel under treatment for severe Injuries which he sustained by a fall from a loft in the bam. The German bell-boy at tlie Jefferson House was yesterday reminded of Judge D union's friend who said "bell's full" when he saw Mephistopheles stick in tlie stage trapdoor. Tin* Hour was being t>ru up in the barroom yesterday hut Johann started to walk over it as usual, sank out of sight and stuck between rift era. Harry King now has an ornamented Up because he bet that if Cleveland was elected he would not shave that part of his smiling far«*. Some ardent Democrats are trying to arrange to have a celebration of the re cent victory next Sal .unlay night. Several I'hiladelphia singers will par ticipate, with the Hushoheck orchestra, in the entertainment in Christiana Pres byterian church tomorrow night. A KENT COUNTY GAME. Firty-elglit Ciin.l I it at (<« for Formier In Hin t« Creek lloiulml. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Smyrna, Nov. 15.—After the smoke of the recent political liait le has cleared there is very plain evidence that some persons have not much regard for mi oath, especially when politics is mixed in witli it. Dr. Moore, mendier of tho Repubiici.ii committee, is accredited as tei..ng the story of his experience in buying votes. A Democrat and well to.do former, whose family lie had hi—n ,.vte*idlng profession ally, came into hi* »•" ■ • . room, during the forenoon on luu««), just at the time ho (tho doctor) was very busy. Ikwlring to get rid of his unwelcome visitor, lie was at once called into the private reception room, when the follow ing dialogue so the doctor reports, took place : Farmer—"Well, Doe, what can you do for mo?" Doc—"What in the Where are you sick?" Farmur—I'm not sick. I mean what will you give me to vote tho Republican ticket?" Hoc. —"Oh! I understand you. If you will take this slip of paper and bandit to the Republican voter's assistant, John A. Hoffocker, and then come hack here and bring the same slip of paper, I will givt* you #25. Farmer—"1 will do it," Moore then reports thpt he watched the farmer enter the election room, and shortly afterwards returned witli tlie small slip of paper which he handed to the doctor. Doc.—"You did not vote the Republi can ticket." Farmer—"1 did vote it." Doc —"You are a liar." Farmer. — "I declare, positively, 1 did vote it." Doe,—"Tiffs slipdoesn't show that you voted It; but if you will swear that you voted the Republican ticket 1 will pay you." Farmer.—"1 do swear that 1 voted ns I promised." W hero upon the man received his ails you? money. The slip which he was to give to the voters' assistant contained the folloiving yvords: "1 wish to vote the whole Re publican ticket, but Joseph R. Henson for coroner. '' There were fifty-eight different candi dates for coroner in Duck Creek hun dred. After handing this slip to tho voters'assistant he lianded them to the Democratic assistant so as to show that alt was straight, but before he returned It to the voter he put his private mark on it and returned it to the man to tak«* to the "Debauchery" aud get his money. Affairs In Cecil County, Eikton, Md., Nov. 16.—Miss Ora Jamar, an estimable woman of Elklou, youngest daughrer of the late Reuben D. Jamar, died yesterday morning of Bright'« disease of the kidneys. She was forty-two years of age. She yvas a devoted member and the organist, of tlie Trinity Protestant Episcopal church of Klktou Mrs. Isabella Cullcuy, aged 72 year«, widow of James Culteny, of Eikton, died ou^ Monday afternoon after a short illness. At an annual meeting yesterday of the stockholders of the Cecil County Agri cultural society the following board of managers were elected; R. C. Levis, Manly Dreuueu, Dr. Howard Bration, Morris Dunbar and II. M. McCullough, of Elktou; Henjy C. McDowell, of i al vert ; Samuel J7 Arbuckle, of Clierrv riott aud Geo. S Woolley, oft, hesapeak«' City; and S. C. Rowland, of Port De posit. Two Free Lt'Cture*. At E«len Hall Friday at 4.30 and 8 p. m., Professor Dodge will fully explain his rapid system by which he guarantees'll practical knowledge of Herman in fiv e weeks." Mr. Cl. H. Janes, paymaster H At A. R. R.. Springfield, Mass , says: "Profe*sor Dodge has fully proven here that a practical knowledge of the German language can lie learned in the sho-t space of five week». I was a member of the Springfield class, aud know whereof; I speak. It affords me great pleasure to recommend him as a gentleman who will do all he advertises." L.. SCARCITY OF FARM HELP. A Lurk of Capable Hand* Make« tit«* I nprotttnhle "The link«* of Vornt l< I QlnacMt«r" Agi in. Spécial f Virresisimlenee Evening Journal. Midm.etown, November HI.—It is now reported that "Hilly" Thompson of Gloucester fame bus bought Port Penn Piers and will establish a running race grounds at that place. The removals of prominent farmers to town during the ensuing year will he numerous. The principal cause of their removals is the difficulty with which farming is carried on. The scarcity of help 1» the kitchens and fields, especially at certain seasons of the year is also an important factor. Would some of the great army of the unemployed in the cities but emigrate to tills section dur ing the busy seasons of the year they could secure good wages and steady em ployment. A case of destitution in this locality is something so remarkable that it attracts universal attention when ever one is brought to light, A pitiable but reniai k uble ease was board of a few days ago. A woman came quietly out of the thicket near where a sorrel horse, which lost his iife in the big fire on Monday night. lay, and quietly dissecting a steak from the quarters thereof,departed us quickly ns she had come. She evi dently did not notice,!lie gunners stand ing near, as they were partially hidden by a tree. They describe her ns being sparely built, with a face showing signs of long sulTering. An effort will be made to find out who she is, that proper steps may be taken to afford her the necessary relief during the ensuing win ter months. Jollification over the late Presidential conquest are the order of the day in this section and hills are out announcing them at Newark, Dover, Delaware City, Port Penn,Cacilton and Chesapeake City. The one at Odessa tonight promises to be an elaborate affair, as the whole neighbor hood has gone to work with a will on the arrangements. Two bands will be in at tendance and the latest and most Im proved lights have been secured. Five hundred horsemen have signified their intentions of being present. IMPORTANT DISCUSSION. Tho ('li rgy of tli« I Moron«« of l!ruti»i) Meet mid Ihlmto, Easton, Md., N«iv. 15.—The sixty-fifth session of the Middle Convocation of tlie Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Easton, opened this evening at Trinity Cathedral, Easton. Rov. T. P. Harbor, bridge. Is dean of the convocatim and Rev. J aines A. Mitchell of Ceutrovill«», is secretary. Other members present inc; Right Rev. W. F. Adams, Rev. A. 1Î. Walker, Rev. T. H. and Adkins, of Easton; Rev. All Saints, Talbot; Rov. J. H. Chealey, St, Michaels; Rev. II. C. Collins, Trn Rov. G. F. Heaven, Hillsborough; W F, Wey, Kust New Market, and Rev. A. Halte, Church Hill. Tlie topic discussed this evening was "Tim Religions Training of the' Church's Children," under these heads: "Respon sibility of Parents Assumed in Baptism," "The Duty of Sponsors," "Tho Proper age f«ir Confirmation aud Method of Preparation," "The First Communion and Subsequent Special Guidance." Tlie convocation will continue in session Wednesday aud Thursday. f Caui Baldwin Huche W. Heaven, of Uev. Franklin ppc ; Rev. A Itrrlor*« Smldcn Death. Sai.isiuuiv, Md., Nov. ' 1(1.—Rev. Kotiert F, flute, rector of Stepney and Spring Hill parishes, died at his home in (Jiiantioo Monday night after an illness of several «lays. He had a complication of ailments, but died from an attack of apoplexy. Rev. Mr. Clute bom lit Massachusetts. Early in life he. in company with Dr. John Fulton, went to Louisiana under Bishop Poik and spent several years in the country parishes. From there he moved to South Carolina, where the greater part of Ids life passed. to Calvert county, in this slate, and spent three years, after which lie moved to (juaiitico. and Stepney and Spring Hill the past' two years lie active .work in the parishes, and at the time ef his d«>atli was at work building a new churcU at Barren' Creek. '•'It H was Freni Sout h Carolina he moved assumed charge of arishes. ms done much For I-' He was about 00 years of ag«> and leaves a family of six children, three daughters ami three sous. RECENT LITERATURE " Worthington Co..of 147 Broadway,Now York, announces for Immediate publica tion "Beyond Atonement," by Marie von Ebner Esoheubaeh, translated by Mary A. Robinson. Illustrated with photo gravures. Cloth, $1.25; paper, 75c. A work of commanding Interest, written by one of tlie most brilliant women of our age. While a most delightful novel with a plot that is really unique it exhibits the writer's fine sense of humor ami clever dramatic powers. Combined with a vigor of thought it expresses at times «1« 1 cacy of wit that is truly startling« In every respect, it is a story of great beauty in which breath and vigor of are harmoniously blended with exipiisite delicacy of detail. U1K1I. MrlllDK. On Tuesday, November 1"», Mar gr. y, daughter of Daniel and Teressa Mi - Bride, aged I year«and s months. Relatives amt frienil* are invited to attend the funeral on Thursday afternoon, at " eVtoek from her pandits' redden«-*-, It a id Kaitunwissl streets. South Wilmington. In terment nt 1 at heil rat cemetery. treat meut j i lle WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 2k i Tick't«. 8 ;»'o'it* L S **' *' t H,KCH * j | j [ ! j Wednesday, Novsmber 16,1892. I rveci i cut iiiunu I tnuCLLtrl I LUNuH. . « GOOD MEDICINE. LECTURE BY ROBERT J. BURDETTE, « * GRAND OPENING OF MV NEWLY RENOVATED SALOON AT No, Si i West Second St, ALL KINDS OF DRINKS. LUDWIG MELCHIOR, —■ U' | * « [ - ' j I JS b— Hll \V«?*( StM-oml Slipft, ILM1NGTON STEAMBOAT COMPANY for CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA. * f3^. STEAMER J* CITY OF CHESTER On and after Tuesday, November 15 Steamer City of y«eslei wilt l«ua«e Wiliuimclon atîc'-Oa. 10 . amt I p. m. Leave Philadelphia at 10.14 a. m. aud i p. iu. Great Financier* Who Tear Paper. The piDponsity to tcr.r paper into lit tla bits in peculiar to Wall street brokers. ' Visitors in tlie Stock exchange tre qnently comment on the fact that the Uoor of the largo boardroom is thickly strewn with tiny pieces of paper. Each broker carries a small memorandum pad, and as he becomes excited he tears bff a page and proceeds to convert it into the largest number of infinitesimal pieces of which his lingers are capable. Borne uncommonly nervous brokers will destroy two or three paths a day in this manner. Mr, Henry Clews is a tireless paper teurer. When lie is talking busi ness in ids office his hands are restlessly reducing paper to snowflakes, which lie throws into the air and watches with apparent interest as they scatter over the floor and the furniture. Ho prob ably tears up more paper and tears it finer titan any other man in Wall street. Mr. Jay Gould is also somewhat ad dicted to the habit of paper tearing, al though, like his friend Russell Hugo, he folds it and twists it and plays with it for quite awhile before destroying it. Joint H. Inman tears tip a great deal of paper while talking. General Samuel Thomas not only tears it up, but fre quently puts it in his month and chews it in an abseutminded way. Mr. J. Pier pont Morgan will carefully make rib bons of a sheet of note paper while medi tating upon some financial problem. Mr. John D. Rockefeller, when inter ested in conversation, will make figures, letters and fantastic characters on his pad. When ho fills a page with charac ters ho will tear it off, crumple it ftp and throw it away, and then begin on an other page.—New York Times. How n Chinaman Kllln a ( lilt kt n. One might imagine that tlm China man who gorges himself with broiled rats and bird's nest soup would eat any kind of meat prepared in nny manner, but such is not the case. John China man has his religions notions about such things ns well ns other people. Many of the almond eyed inhabitants of Chicago arc not very good Buddhists. Since coming to the city they have be come apostate. But watch the orthodox Chinaman when he goes to the market for his Sunday chicken. Ho will not take a dead one because the probabili ties are that the fellow who killeil it was not a believer in Gautama and may have chopped its head off with a hatchet. His chicken mast have it head on uad bo very much alive. John will go to the coop and stir the feathered prisoners up with tv stick. If he finds one that cackles and flutters about in a lively manner be will buy it. He has no use for u dumpish, sickly ap pearing fowl. Having made a selection he takes the chicken homo alive, gets out tv dirty lit tle image, knetds before it, makes some «pteer motions with his hands, mumbles a few words, takes from a shelf or drawer a knife with a double edged blade which is extremely sharp, ami witti much ceremony whacks off the head of the fowl. This done ho returns to the image, ami kneeling again apolo gizes for having committed such a wick ed deed and proceeds to prepare the chicken for dinner.—Chicago Tribune. Milling to II«« Judge Hutchinson w;ts culled upon to marry a young couple. Julius Wolpe, aged twenty-one, and Dora Alberti, a young miss of nineteen, appeared in the county clerk's office and procured a li cense. Alter securing tho iwiper the tho young man was embarrassed ami did not know exactly what to do. The couple walked through the building arm in arm, and attracted the attention of a lawyer with an eye open for business. "What can I «io for you?" he aske«L "We want to get married," returned tlie young man. The lawyer led tho parties before Judge Hutchinson, and without hesita tion the judge started in to tie the knot. "Do you take this woman" " Ves sir," broke in tho young man. "Don't bo in a hurry," said tho judge. "Just wait until I get through with the question." Wolpe was then asked it ho would take Dora for better or fm - worse and forever and forever, etc., and ho said ho would. Dora ininlo tho same promises, ami tho oeremony was over with. "I hope you people will never want a divorce," spike up tho lawyer as tiro jmrtios were leaving, "but if yon do, why hero is my card.''—Chicago Times. I'tiol on Large Ocean Strainer*. Ocean at earners consume much more fuel than tho average person is aware of. Take, for an instance, tlie vessels of the Orient line, which make regular trips between Australia and Great Britain. The fastest h^eamer of that line is tho Austral, whijh makes the voyage from London to Sydney in thirty-live days. During tho "trip out" site never use.} less titan 3,050 tons of coal, and on ifio return voyage often as much as, 4,000 tons, «lie lias three coaling Stations, and bunkers that will hold 2.Î50 tons without overcrowding, EhgUsh-Ainer icau "liners" like the Oregon consume 800 tons of coal per day for every day between Liverjiool and New York. The Sterling Castle went to China for a load of tea. Site brought back a cargo of 3,900 tons of that staple Chinese modity, but consumed 5,0fH) tons of coal in making tho round trip from Liver pool. Immense stocks of coal are staidly kept on hand at St. Vincent, Madeira, Port Said, Singapore and other oriental coaling stations, there often be ing as much as 200,000 to us in store at the last named place.—London Letter. Finding for the Lawyer. Sometimes the jury returns a verdict PM tki* lawyer, of which the following »s a good instance: iVrT John Jones, a barrister of great hiHuenco and ability, Avas a leading'Counselor practicing in the Welsh circuit. Upon one occasion, after a felicitous sjieech on behalf of his client in a criminal case, tho jury, aa s«x>n the judge had summed up, without wait ing for fho officer to take their verdict, called out, "My lor«l. we are air for John Jones, with costs!"—London Til* Hits. >f Service. coin «on ■ - Tli«* C herry llridge. The'answer in I the Levy Court in the chancery case of the Jackson amt Sharp Company vs. the !e*vy Court of New Castle county, was filed on Monday. The time for the hearing has not been settled. Marry K. Thom a* & Co. fl.tr.taW »Ud jewelry, ti» Mary-t SI ' f 605, 607, 609 MARKET STREET. \ OF FINE ALL-WOOL AND MERINO FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. E HAVE PURCHASED FOR SPOT CASH a large quantity of Winter Underwear from the assignee of a wholesale house in Philadelphia, which has re cently failed and that made a specialty of Hosiery and Under wear. • We have placed the goods on sale at prices running from about 25 to 33 per cent under regular market prices. This is a splendid opportunity for our customers and the trading public to save some money. We cordially invite all the large llcshy people in the community to call and sec this lot of goods, as it contains many extra large sizes. Men's All-Wool Scarlet Shirts and Drawers; Jsizcs —Shirts, 34 to 44 inches; Drawers, 3010 40 inches; Shirts have pearl buttons ami ribbed skirts; regu lar $i.co goods, for 75 cents. Men's Fine Scarlet Shirts ami Drawers; Shirts, 34 to 48 inches; Drawers, 32 to 44 inches; elegant goods; regular price, $1.25, for 94 cents. Men's Very fine 'Scarlet Shirts and Drawers; Shirts, 36 to 48 inches; Drawers, 32 to 44 inches; made of very fine slock; regular price, $2.00, for $1.44. Ladies' Scarlet Vests and Pants; sizes 28 to 38 inches; regular 88-cent goods, for 75 cents. Ladies' Fine Scarlet Vests and Pants; pearl but tons, ribbed skirl; splendid goods; regular price, $1.25 for 94 cents. Men's White Merino Shirts and Drawers; heavy weight, pearl buttons, ribbed skirts; regular 88 cent goods for 69 cents. Men s Heavy White Merino Shirts *and Drawers; pearl buttons, ribbed skirts; a first-rate $1.00 gar ment for 75 cents. Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests and Pants; 50-ccnt goods for 33 cents. W No. 1. No. 2. 3. No. 4. No. 5 . No. 6. i nu. No. 8 . No. Q Ladies' Natural Wool and. White Jersey Vests; $ioo goods for 75 cents. Ribbed No. iO Ladies' White Vests, with French neck, silk • binding, pearl buttons, ribbed ?skirt; 50-cent goods for 36 cents; sizes, 28 to 40 inches. All of the above and other numbers that we have on sale arc worthy of immediate inspection, before the lines are too badly broken. Wc «ire showing wonderful things in All-Wool _Ajt 39 OeiQ-tis. Regular $ i.co goods, which have been selling very freely. Some colors still left. 3 32 inches wide, At 44= Oerccts, Arc very lively, and no wonder when the quality and styles Wc are having a great run on are considered. COATS. * L Every garment in the stock marked down. Wc have the popular and best makes at the lowest prices, and we are doing a rushing business. Bargains all over the store. Now is the time to buy. Crosby & Hill, 605, 607, 609 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. IT WILL Before long and you will want a new BE Overcoat. Where arc you going to get it? Come and see xth and Market can do for you before you buy. as we think if look carefully through immense stoek and low prices for good garments we will stand a splendid chance of COLDER I what Si you our selling you a new coat when you need one. Every garment good value for the whether you buy a cheap one for $5 or the best for $35, and at $10 such coats as you would never dream of seeing for the money. All sizes full in every de partment. Boys,' Vourg Men's, Little Boys' ai d Men's. Have money, V \ you see n any of our new Shoes or Hals yet ? If you haven't, come and look through the department. \ JAMES T. MULLIN & SON, Clothing, Oth & Market, Hats, Shoes. Wilmington. 6E0. K. RUDERT, ( 824 MARKET STREET, \ HAS OPENED A NEW STORE WITH AN Entirely New Stock OF SILVERWARE, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Etc. ■ r Qiiiouojypr ■ .G Ai ' g ■. •'i-r ( «T All kinds of Repairing done in an artistic manner. 5 824 MARKET STREET. I f you UMBRELLAS arc in need of an Umbrella we would like you to sec our line. A large as sortment of natural sticks, or more elab orate handles, .at the very lowest prices. \ WITT t CO.. MEN'S FI IINISIIKBS, 603 MARKET STREET. USE FRAGRANT TRIPHOSA In place of Ammonia Forth« BATH, WASH L HOUSE CLEANING. and Soften* Water. Uroccn amt Druggists Sell It.