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BUSY WEEK AT THE JAIL.
The Grand Jury, Levy Court and Others Inspect It. TWO b\g dinners to visitors. Important Improvement* to the Cou l*rison Heretofore Recommended l*olrited Out to the Ofttciulu and Care fully Considered—Ollier Matter*. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Naw CtsTLR, Dec. 16 —This is a busy week at the county jail here, aud the prison is brightened up inside and out, so that guests may be favorably im pressed with tlie little trownstone build ing that holds today 185 prisoners. Yesterday the grand jury was here and went through the institution from top to bottom. After this the select, jury sat down to one of Mrs. Oould's big dinners, that made them feel glad they came. To-day the Levy Court commissioners, old, new aud present came here early train and made a thorough inspec tion of the institution, provenants atd have heretofore were pointed out and carefully consid ered. The five commissioners recently elected will have a ripe knowledge of the condition of the county's prison when they take their seats. Another big dinner characterized the visit of the commissioners to-day. It is said that five turkeys and a roast pig were consumed by the visitors and guasts from this city. J. C. Weldon Laid t The funeral of John C. Weldon, who died of consumption at his late home on Clark street, Dobbinsviile, on Wednesday night, took place this morning, services and burial being at St. Peter's Church. High mass was said at 0 o'clock and the friends and relatives of the deceased nearly filled the church, while the pro cession of cabs aud vehicles was a long one. The pall-bearers were James B. Toman, James F. Mclvor, Michael Finn, Patrick Brown, Joseph Sheltise, Dauiel Quill. .1 « . oil an Differeut im repairs, which been recommended Rent. Hew 8te»m Lightship, The new lightship built at Bay City, Michigan, for the lighthouse department was towed to her station on Fenwick's Island Shoal on Wednesday by the United States Lighthouse steamer Zizania. She has displaced the vessel which for time has marked this dangerous spot. The new vessel is a steamer, aud should she drift from her station has power to quickly regain it. ltloo.l Flows From an Artery. Richard Davis, a resident of Taggarts ville aud employed in the cutting shops at the Delaware Iron Works, met with a «listressing accident on Tuesday by hav ing an artery in his wrist severed. He nearly bled to death before the flow of blood could be stopped. He received skillful medical aid. and is now slowly improving. some The Trophy is Worth 950. Colonel Howard Simpson, inspector of rifie practice of the Delaware Military, who was the prize presenter on Wednesday evening, gave the Lawton trophy to Company H for her largest decorated qualification marksmanship. This is always awarded the companv winning the trophy three times. Tlie bronze group of statuary is valued at *'>n. Cannot Find The Tliief. "Mr " Gegan has not made any success yet in ill s efforts toward capturing the Hungarian who pulled his roopi-mate's leg for $.'5 and then decamped with it. The fellow left two eood photo's of himself behind, which Mayor Herbert for warded—one to chief of polico in Wil mington, also one to Philadelphia's fore most officers—but so fat* Praechuaik has not even been heard of. Incident, of the Day. Tho section hands under Foreman Carlin performed a public kiuduess when they gave the staguant ditches a thor ough cleaning along the railroad property from Seventh to Young streets. Probably acting on frequent sug gestions made in this column of tlie Evening Jouiinal, the street committee has begun marked improvements to the ttupaved streets. South street is being placed in splendid shape by the use of oyster shells. A barge load of shells will be necessary, however, to cover the street. Mitchell & Rash, the well known Wil min g ton merchants, have donated to the M. K bazaar committee a pair of haud souie bisque figures George Woolspn, one of New Castle's best known residents, from a severe illness with the aid of Dr. Kuntz, and is now able to be about the streets again. The telegraphic cable connecting the De aware Breakwater with the mainland, is reported to be again iu working order, after a long interruption. Kverv few months this cable is broken by vessels dragging their anchors into it. James Marvell has been unable to leave his bedroom for the past week owing to a carbuncle on his leg He is now able to walk with some ease. Patrick Magrath was xuavtied last August to Miss Jennie Davis, a daughter of Widow Davis, who lives on lower Vine street., and now it has just leaked out that they are man and wife. AI though this is one of the quietest wed dings for a long time, the couple are living happily together. Byard Mitchell, the well known brick tuakir, is rebuilding the chimneys ou the Lane hoU'-es on Grange street. Railroad section hands yesterday un loaded a largo number of steel rails near tlie Eighth aud South streets watch bus. 1ms recovered TIVOLI EXPORT BEER send orders to Ford Bottling Co. ■'Oilntto-, v l! // THE PENALTY OF NEGLECT. Over Half the Deaths Due ti of the Lünen. Diseases HOW PREVENTED. T he record of death* last week In this city showed that over half were caused by some disease of the Lungs or Bronchial Tubes. Diseases *»t the Throat, Bronchial Tube ■ and Lungs are the most prevalent and fatal of all aflli étions of the human system, and espec ially in this country, where the mortality from consumption during some months of the year is equal to ali other «li-rn-. - < >m hined. It is now proven beyond Phthtei*, or ('onsuniption.Is a The bacilli being inhaled Into the air tube* of M person of low vitality or impure blood, or one mu if «ring from catarrhal trouble, a suit able place 1» found for the deposit of the tu bercle. Wo are all Inhaling these! deadly germs daily, but being strung and vigorous we throw off the terrible effects. Briefly, tuber« le germs cunnol live In a healthy in dividual A warning should he given to every person who has become weak, nervous or suffers a doubt that germ* disease. from imper fect nutrition ( r < aturrah or Arffia I , «•# other debili I 1 J tntingdiHeaae 1 ; a lu H " < k 1' I before they ill A Ci 3 Gris ' wLX. \ dreaded stale Dr. Maratou cures tbefo v ( «ses always when taken in time and before they li a v e been filled with the poisonous and devita lizing drugs. This paper lias published the name and address of very many patients cured by him. Yet it Is an error to sup that all •lires are advertised. Scores, hun* The above ent represents a dreds,are un bftdly diseased lung, showing heralded, large cavities formed by the Tongues, not breaking down of the laug types, tell of tissue. _ Jhls ability. Wi vY r i is®* AfiV \ - J M jvAvi Sab - W \ ic&M fir. Si nd the particulars of vour ailment to him hv lutter if you are unable to see him person ally. A prompt answer will lie received, in which he will advise you as to the chances of ooraand tho oeowoii «xpenae. He niytr writes prescriptions, but prepares and dis penses iris own medicines. No « harge what ever is made for consultât 'on, either person ally or by letter. Dr. Mars ton is the discoverer of the great remedy "Bacillin" which lias proved to most remarkable agent to build up those suffering from consumption and other wast ing disposes. Do not delay. Begin now. See I)r. Mars ton. His hours are from!) a. m. to 4 !» to delphla. !>. Evening*, rt to 8. anil Sunday* from Office, 134 South Ninth street, Phila fi m W Da. MARS TON'S CELEBRATED ' INTI-CONSUMPTION REMEDY BACiLLIN For the Prevention aud Cure of Connumptlon and other WaniinK Diseases,as Cough*, Uronrhltla. t'niarrli. Mcrofula, etc Call be bad at his Office or Drug Stores for 91.00.» These will be used for repairing when ever needed on the section below New Castle P«r*nmtl Event*. Samuel Dyer of Port Penn, is spending this week with relatives In New Castle. James M. Wise has been visiting in Middletown as the guest of his daughter, Mrs. V. W. Massey aud family Thing* Worth Knowing. See Iodic*' and gent*' tin« »Upper* at Flem ing's for Cl 1 ristmas. Also footwear of all the latest style*. Dolls—Kestnc r's famous make of New York —they'll delight any little girl—J. T. Utoopa's. Young men's favorite cigar store, K.J.Kelly Most popular oyster house. Frank Mere dith proprietor, serves oysters in all styles. Headquarters for doll coaches, velocipedes, chairs, expr »»cture frames, skates, carving knives and orks-all at the lowest prices. Com 4 ami see them by all means. J. T. Stoops. Choie© and fresh candy, wholesale and re tail at G. R. Truitt's. Splendid line of Christmas goods—Truitt's. Edward Chnffinshas now arranged to have tlie choicest fresh fish three times a week ami can supply families at short notice. Choice candy, all assortments,at Van Pelt's. 25 cents will buy—1 lh. choice tub butter; or I gal. New York state sweet c*der; or s lbs. buckwheat; or 4 lbs. mincemeat-,at Boyle's. John Henke's is the place for quilts, boys' long pantaloon*, blankets, calico, muslins.etc. A splendid line of umbrellas at Biggs's down to rock lsit tom prices. A splendid line of Christum* novelties. See show windows. A l*o a line of latest styles of neckwear. Dropln. wagons, «'minis, basket*. : Kclianee Active Association's Hall. Tho ninth atinual ball of the Reliance Active Association will be held in Turner's hall at Fifth and Walnut streets this evening. Andrew Murphy is secretary and John Kelly treasurer of the associa tion. Excellent music has been engaged aud preparations for an enjoyable even in e have been arranged. Robert Graham will be the grand conductor of the even ing, Leslie A Ridings floor manager, and Harry Link. James Buckley aud Thomas Murphey, assistants. Colored Thief Arraigned. Detective'Hawkins went to Chester town, Md , yesterday and arrested Wil liam Beverlv. colored, on tho charge of larceny of Alfi, from O.car Wells, who lives on Orange street between Tenth and Eleveuth. Beverly boarded with Wells and is said to have taken the money during the first week of this Mouth and skipped toChestertown. The prisoner was arraigned before Judge Ball this morning and was held on a bail bond of $'200 for his appearance to-mor row morning in the Mtiuicipal Court. Supper to Coon limitera. Wert Cuemtku, Dec. 10.—The West Chester C 0011 Club held its animal sup per here last evening. In tho menu the leading feature was a large coon, caught by them a few nights ago. They were joined by a few invited guests. It is the purpose of the club to have the I/Ctinie Coon Club join them iu a hunt iu this county at an early date. Tiiere are more than eighty styles of new overcoats at SID and (IS In that overcoat room of qurs. New York Clothing House, Market. Wall Paper*. Five cent* up. Yeager's. 403 King street. Hv Wai nwrlglit. ry You«, W.lliim If vil***. AI «X au i |«r 1 ImJ.Mitu Widow Mired. .*l«l Pi ; ho •n.Ioilb K i quii kly Neu Milealrr* Organise. A largo (Denting of tlie newsdealers the city waa held at the atore of Wcvl Bros., 310 East Fourth atreet last itiff. The piirpTW of the meeting even AT mplete an <nganizutinn by which thalers can protect themselves. per manent organization will ba effected next Thursday evoniug, at which time all of the dealers are expected to present and officers will be elected. OvmmlnfN the phot «wrap n*r. Mark«*? ♦r***t Ynu ah'.uld go to that overcoat room oars. New Yolk Clothing Bouse, 218 Market. t WM. B. SHARP & OO. Fourth and Market Sts. Linens Sets—Barnsley double damask satin finish, in new and exquisite de signs. We have a splendid assortment of these ele gant linens, all with Nap kins to match. 'Tis often said fine linens make fine eating—not literally, of course—but many a dining room will be the brighter for these linens—$3.25 per set up to $ 15. We also show in double damask satin finish a table linen 72 inches wide in beautiful designs with Napkins to match. These goods are worth $2 per yard, but we shall make them, as a holiday offer ing, $1.50 per yard and £3.50 per dozen for the Napkins. German table linens are heavy and iron like in their wearing qualities. A new lot we have just put on sale at 72 inches wide and $1.25 per yard with large 3 .^ Napkins to match, $3.25 per dozen. Another, 70 inches wide, $1 per yard, with Napkins to match, $2 per dozen. have some very choice Tray Covers and small Lunch Cloths in ex ceedingly pretty ami dainty designs broidered Irish point linens with enough work for twice the price we ask— 50c to $5. Our store does the Um We fine hand-cm brella trade of the town. Our sales go up into the thousands, hrellas, Children's Ladies' and Men's Umbrellas Storm Urn Gift Umbrellas, all are here ~ $7, Jk veJvTY — Q > / % l / waiting for you in any style you wish. Children's—Gold, nickel and natural sticks, 50, 75. $1, $1.25 Ladies—Serge, 318 gloria, twilled silk, over three hun dred styles of handles, from 75 cents to $5. Men's—Serge, gloria and twilled silk, over two hun dred styles of handles, form 75 cents to $5. Screens—Have you an open fire-place that is sometimes too hot, a Hue from the heater to screen a draught 10 stop—if so make yourself comfortable and your room cozy by get ting one of our Antique Oak Screens. We have them both covered and uncovcjed—5 feet high, $2.50 and $3. or 3 feet ; high, $1, $2.50 and $3 if covered with silkaline—if un I covered, 75 cents to $2. To make your couch or chair more comfortable our eider down cushions offer splendid opportunity at $1 to $7.50 in a variety of beauti ful styles of silks and satins, or plain to cover as your fancy H. of the be go« . We have hail many delight ed buyers of our Skin Capes. They are of the best selected stock and the most comfort of WE U. SHAH I*. able and stylish fit. Monkey, Coney, Wool Seal and Seal ette from $8 to $50- are all exceedingly desirable this season. Garricks—One, two and three capes, plain or fur trim med. Good for style or storm, three - quarter length or full length, in blacks, nav'y blue or tans, $10, $12, $14 and $20. Also the popular military coats in navy and black. Bar gain coats from ✓-'nearly sold out lines go on the bargain coun ter every day at l A to % off. We show a splendid lot of skirts for the present season. Gloriosa in black, navy and garnet handsomely embroider ed, nicely lined throughout and bound with velvet for $9.60 Black Mohair Skirts with one silk ruffle $4—2 ruffles $4.50—3 ruffles $5. Fine black glorio, $3.75; black mohair, $3.25. Black satine lined with Canton flannel, $1.25 ; black satine embroidered in black, blue and garnet, $2.25 and $2.37. Grey cloth with flounces embroidered in black .and gar net $2.25, and a cloth skirts, neatly finished, from 75c. to $2-75 vm » • » I \ I ! 1 j WM. B. SHARP & CO. The Weather. Washington. Dee. 15.—Forecast till 8 p m„ Sat ui flay. For Delaware: Threatening, cloudy weather with easterly wind»: rain to night and Mit urday;»Halilly wanner. MARRIED. COLLINS- LOUD—At the Anbury M. K. MfioMgf, No. Ha Walnut street, on Wednes day evening, by Rev. John li O. Mauna, Elmer Collins aiel Bliss Minnie H. Lord, both of this city. FAUCET T -SHARP.—In this city, on De cember 15, by Uev. o. G. Buddington, Nathan Y. Faucett, of Dilworthtown, Pa., and Badio E. Sharp, of West Chester, Pa HOLLOWAY BOYCE - At the Anbury M. E. Parsonage, 322 Walnut street, on Thursday evening, by Hcv. J. D. O. Hanna, Joshua L. Holloway and Miss Fannie C, Boyce, both of this city. PARKER -C >LLIN8.—At the residence of tlie bride's lather, Dupont's Banks, on De cember 15, by hev. O. G. Haddington. Arthur Parker, of this city, and Mis* Louisa Collins. BTEWART— VANNANT. Un December 15, at 5 3 Jeffeison street, by Hev. E. L. Hub hard, Charles W. Stewan aud Miss Clara M. Yansant. both ««1 i his city. SULLIVAN—BOYCE—At their residence. No. fdü East Fourth street, on Wednesday evening, by Rev. John D. C*. Hanna. Charles C. Sullivan and Miss Myra E. Boyce, both this city. WILLIAMS-CON A WAY.-At Pitman Grove. N. J., by Hev S. P. Cossaboom, Alford A. Williams, of Pitman Grove, N. J., to Miss Ella V. Conaway, of Glassboro, N. J. DIED. BA REFORD.-On December 13. 1892. WU liatu Hartford, aged 87 years. December New I'.stlc. Del., bes.it M„ daughter of John I. and Elizabeth A. Boyle, in the litli year her age. DON A HOE.—Id tlda city. Deccmlier George Gray, son of John P. and Mary Donabue, aged 3 years and 8 months. Mein braueou. croup. Relative« and friends are i iviled to attend the funeral from the residence of lii, parents, 4U1 West Mxth street, on Friday afternoon, D.reinber It!, al 2,30 o'clock. Seervicis in 8t. Peter's *'rn-('nthedrul on Friday afternoon at 2(0. Interment nl the C'allu-dral Ce BOYLE.—On 12 , lfOT, wry. KKOllANK. In tbl* t-ily, on December Ellen, widow of Patrick Realm Dp. KEMETHER. At Hixllatld. December 18H2. John Hand Kernel her, aged 1^ >cnr*. KONO.—On December 11, 1892, Peter Rono, in the »L'nd year of hi* age. SHARP.— In tbl* city, on Deremlier KU/ubetb, wife of George Sharp, at the age 57 year*. WELDON-At New Castle, Dee., 13, 1892. John O. Weldon, in hi* 35th year. Uelati.e* and friend* are respectfully in vitât to attend his funeral from i»i* L» t «• hotjtie Frklay morning all» o'clock. H«rvit***e and interment at St. Peter'* Catholic Church New ( '»»st le. REAL ESTATE. I — L .„".Lin i.-aiêTSî louL-n ,M>R RENT. AN ODD ESTABLISHED P dry e(hhU and trlroining »tore, north ejt corner Etm and Adam. Mreet. Apply ui No. ttlu rraitkiln 8trv«t. v DWELLING. IMMEDIATE T T'Oit RENT. J7 tiosoenaion given. Apply to 1). A.oKEN NKY. Third and Monna* Htreet*. FOR RENT, No. 1 Routh Clayton Htreet, nine room* and hath, front porcli, front and Hide yard, and ail modern iinprovefocntM, for $15.00 month till March 25. 1M»2 For further information apply to JOHN MULYKNA. No. 915 Market Hwl. FOR SALE. Two newly built and very doairably - located dwell mg houses, Nos. 1500 and 1502 Harrison T«*n room* and hath, all modern conve tiiftf('«a, cemented cellar, etc. Beautiful oiith*>k, near City l**rk. In grow ing *ec ion of city. A bargain if sold within next thirty days. For further p&rkicuhtrd call upou HE AID & CO. Wilmington, Friday, Drrembar Ml, UE Meetings For This Evening. Brandywine Lodge, S. of H. Brandywine Cattle. K. GL K. Camp 3, I*. O. H. of A. Columbia Lodge, I. O. O. F\ Dota ware Tribe, I. O. K. M. Excelsior Lodge, K. of P. Fairfax Lodge, 1. O. O. F. Frkmdaliip Conclave,*. W. M. Humboldt Castle, K. (L E. Journeymen Stone Masons' Association. John A. Logan Camp, H. of V* I am tv 1 Council, U. F. of A. Liberty Lodge, A. O. U, W. St. George's Castle, K. ti. E* St. John's Chapter, R. A. M. Temple Council, L. of H, C. Washington Council, O. U. A. M. Wilmington Castle, K. U. E. Go up and down tin- long Clothing aisles just as you please. Every garment is plainly marked. You can study the styles, note the prices, compare one Overcoat with ten, twenty, maybe fifty of the same sort and make your choice without bieng urged or crowded to buy against your will, want advice or information, willing'salesmen are it your beck. But we are glad to have you look at our Cloth ing whether you care to buy or not. There are Styles and prices on the tags that it may profit you to have in mind. f you Strictly one price and If dis satisfied with your purchase wo will return your money. 816 Market Street. MAX Id'll It AIM. of AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER IT. KATIE EMMETT'S GREAT PLAY. > > THE WÄIFS OF NEW YORK.'' A Powerful Company and E la borat e Hp lal Brerierj ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Onu Muht Only, MR. FRANK JONES lu "OU tt COUNTRY COUSIN." A Threshing Machine full hI/.p and regularly made in operation on the si age, and flight of the Midnight Exprès.. December l'lll. EUVENTH STREET RINK Open for SKATING On Saturday afternoon and evening.. 10 CENTS. - 1ft CENTS. OEOHUE L. SHUSTER. Manager. Admission, afternoon evening of H. J. HKI.P WANTED. ■\V T ANTED. A WRITE GIRL FUR GEN n » ml boniework. Kecotnmcndation quir e 1. Call a t 7« 0 Went plreet. _ GKNT« GUM TISSUE MENDS CLOTH hut Letter than needle and thread; woolen*, gloves, umbrella*. One yard lût yard* floe, by mall. N. 8TAYNER Ac Provid©!« « B I WANTED Apply at KVBVJKu lot RUAI. « Mill « . ANTED GIRL 'l't » DO GENERAi k. Call at tlie Arcade. Market street. \\' K ' TH I». YOUNG LADY. • I ▼ ▼ penman for office. Addr©**, Box at A B°y w 14, 10, II. of ■ALARY OH COMMISSION. Tootfenta to handle the Patent f'hemi< Ink Krudng Pencil. The most useful novel invention of the Am, Krvoa thoroughly in two seeomis. Work* maule. WW to 5*10 per eent. profit. Agents making per week. We also waut a eral agent to take charge of territory, appoint sub agent*. A rare chance to money. Write for term* and sample of Ing Monroe Kraècr Mlg. Co.« X 592, Cros*e, Wie. NOTIGXS. VOTfeE WHARFAGE AND STORAGE. D Clirlatiana river foot of Eaat Seventh afreet. Shipping faiilltlea by three railroad IVunnylvani Hull lurin' and Ohio anil nilnaton and Northern 'I'hlludclpkia Readinn conned Ion I. Vowel owner* ag«ut*, contra» t«r*.i in«ruhant* and d©al©i> generally ar« Informed that they can wltarfagc und Htoi ttg«} room <»n our pr »pvrt ut rcaoonahlerat«**. Apply to MrCt'LLOlItill IKON 'COMPANY, Seventh and Knili<>nj A venue, W 1 ! mi n gt on. N otice—all persons wishing imrtloipate in the inauguration ceremo nies with tin* Tenth Ward Democrat!« March 4. will kindly attend a *pe< ial meeting to fa* held hi WeecHcoe Hall. Friday evening, December P>. Kusine** ot importance. h. k. Kaunok, f'rea. Thomas G. M»'F« 1 l v , Mec XTOTK K. I IIEKEBY INTEND TO APPLY at the next *e*Mnn cf of thr General A**cmldv. for a divorce from my husoaml. Allen G . Harvey. signe d ) , _ ÖTICE. ELEUTIN, per ANNA M- HARVEY. N The Union National B.ikr or Wu.mino-I ton. Wilmington. Del., Dee. 10,1892. The animal meeting of the stockholders this bank, for tho purpose of electing nine rectors to serve the ensuing year, will be at the hanking house January III, 1 -U.i. from to 4 p. m. JOHN H. DAN BY, I'adiliT. OTIGK- THOSE WANTING TO BUY sell houavH or lots also having houses rent would do well to call upon \V in. D. 1er, No. 4 Went Seventh street, who will dle your property to >our entire Hatisfac hl* careful attention and N St. devote liest inter* st. tion amt to your formale in t'tjre i-u>iiig. N«iw 1* time topelect y*»iir agent and arrange for coming year. ('all N ifjfUTICE.--THK ANNUAL MEKIINU the stockhulders of the First National Bank for tlie elec ion of Directors will Le at the Banking House "li Tuesday, January It)ih, 181k'. between the hours ot 2 and I p. m. HENRY BUSH, Cashier. N UTT E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT will apply at tha n**xt *«**ion of General AKHcmnly of the State of Delaware fora divoro** frupi n»v wife, Fannie L. &L1, a vincnlo MSCimnoi. CHAULES W. GOODALL. Lichtenstein & Hart, 228 Market Street. CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. CARPETS AND UPHOLSTERY. The gifts useful have so far superceded the ornamental that we have again, as in the two past seasons, adhered to novelties in our regular line of goods. The house-proud wife, mother or sister would by far (in this advanced day of interior decorations) he better pleased with a hand some Rug in Skin, Smyrna, Wilton, Moquette or Byzan tine. Then there are Has socks, pretty and cheap. Carpets—from an Ingrain to the fine Wiltons, and any would probably make "A Happy Home," and fill a want of some magnitude. Carpet Sweepers are always wanted. Upholstery—The sugges tions in this line of goods are more than you can imagine. The many pretty Curtains in Nottingham, Ottoman, Swiss, Brussels, Irish Point, Arabi, etc., are in many different pattern«, each pleasing in its way. Portieres, Chenille, Tapes try, Satin Derby, Velour and Plush, $5 to $175 per pair. Table Covers 4-4. 5-4. 6-4, 8-4 and 10-4, from 65 cents to $25. Down Pillows, from 75 cents to $1, ready for the cover. Down Quilts, from $10 to $45 Tidies, Scarfs, Stamped Goods, etc. What is more welcome than *a Cloak or F'urs for a Christmas present, have them for Misses' and Children, has been the largest cloak sea son we have ever experienced, and our stock of sizes is broken. You will find some decided bargains. Ladies' Black Coat, trim med with black fur, only $4.90. Ladies' Black Cheviot Coat, trimmed with fur, for $5-4°- . Ladies' bine Black Coat, trimmed with black Astrakan, $9.00. Fifty Misses' Coats, sizes from 4 to 12 years, for $4.50 each. We Ladies,' This the nr *ilk*, ; 12 CO., Then we have about 1 50 garments that have been re duced in price as the sizes arc broken. A fine assortment of Muffs, ranging in price from $1.00 to $ 10.00 each. Ladies' Fur Capes. There are about 10 left and will be sold cheap to close. <1 and ink like gen and mak«* eras La CHRISTMAS GLOVES. \Y ] aid ami obtain v to tduh A new line, the most ele gant in shape, style and fit. Every pair warranted not to rip or tear. Gentlemen's Kid Gloves, with adjustable buttons, only $1.50, and warranted. Ladies' Kid Gloves, war ranted, for $1 and $1.503 pair. Also a full line of undressed Kid Gloves. UMBRELLAS. f of di held 2 Purchasers of Umbrellas will find our house headquar ters. We never had such selection. All the novelties in handles and at rock bottom prices. Umbrellas with fine natural handles, sizes 26 and 28 inch. $ 1 each. Finer grades from $1.50 $10 each. You cannot pass us if you desire the latest novelties. OK to Mil. han tee the tlie OF held o'uloqk the Goud GOSSAMERS for Ladies, Misses and Ghil dren. We handle only the Goodyear, and every garment is guaranteed. Misses garments from\$i.5a to $4. Ladies' garments from $2 HANDKERCHIEFS. This department is taking a prominent part in our 1 loli day business now in progress. Our stock is varied and the largest ever displayed. A look cannot fail to be suggestive. Ladies' Silk Handkerchiefs. Ladies' Chiffon Handker chiefs. Ladies' Embroidered Hand kerchiefs. Ladies' Hemstitched Hand kerchiefs. Gentlemen's Hemstitched I Iandkerchiefs. Gentlemen's Silk Handker chiefs at regular prices. A fine Japanese Silk Hand kerchief for 18 ednts. Embroidered chiefs from 10 to 50 cents. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs from 15^ to 50 cents. Silk Handkerchiefs from 18 cents to $2 each. Chiffon I Iandkerchiefs from 25 cents to $1 50. I landker All-Linen Then if you need something in Dress HI Iks, Dress Goods, Black Henrietta, tliugham*, Muslins, Shawls, Hood a, Ribbon,, Zephyr atnl Wool,. etc., etc. you will find with us that you will get in return a good dol lar's worth. Everything we sell is the best obtainable and we give good value. * Table Linen, Table Linen Sets, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, Blankets, Quilts, Infants' DrosseB, Infants' Cloaks, ichtenstein & Hart I 228 Market Street, Clothes Trees IIandy? Well, they arc the handiest piece of li o u s e hold f u r n i t u re that has ever been invented. M yes ; ! : ;V- Û i - ■E - You'll never do without one when once you have known the oooil quali ties of the Co stumer or Clothes Tree. Just .now we are - selling a Oak one, like the illustration, for $2.25. They are worth double. Others at $3.50, $5, $6 and Solid v $9. MEGARY, SIXTH AND TATNALL. BANK STATEMENTS. F.I'OKT OF l'lll'. I ONDITI JN OFTHE UNION NATIONAL BANK OF WIL MINGTON >T WILMINGTON. IN THE STATE OF DELAWARE, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECEMBER «,UW. KKaOL'HCHS. R $1,008,718.11 M.uoaoo le, «4.08 .ft9.au 07 9,038 îaajiM $1.473,492 Liwn.Hnd discounts U. 8. Bonds. .. ■ Due from ««serve and otlier banks. Banking house and otlier real est.. Expense* auil taxes. Cash on hand.!.. a *? Total UABlUTIER. $313.176 00 CapiOit . divided prollls Surplu* aud » Circulating note*.., Dividend 1 « unoaid... Individual deposits Due to bank* .. .. 44.40U (JO V» C 876,783 08 V'.NAJ 70 Total $1,473,4» 2W JOHN II. DANBY, I 'ashler. HOARD AND ROOMS,_ I 1 ANDs« • \l LIA I l KM- il II «ml third t*t«»ry front rooma, with tlrsl clox.'s hc*ard. at Nr, 44 Fo ot Kg venth H tre et, \\7 AN! > - i ' UUÏKHS GOOD AC-, D commodation fer gcutlcnu n. No, 21 » Poplar htrev L WANTED -BOARDERS, GOOD ACCOM ▼ T modaiiontf. No. HJU Lact Fourth »treat.