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Philadelphia. Select Council passed the bill appropri tjlng $1,200,000 to the Public Buildings Immission for the coming year. BlJ pas ion was an exciting one and Mr. liay's restrictive amendment was de lated by a vote of 17 to 18, President fîtes, ex officio member of the commis lou, casting the deciding vote. I The advance of the price f alcohol by he Whiskey Trust is causing much ad iferse comment from consumers. . Assistant Engineer Samuel Dunlap, of lie Bureau of Fire, was severely injured ÿ his wagou upsetting in a collision. Joseph Trane was found to have been latally stabbed by some person unknown, piuseppe Seratora aud Salvator Presno cere released from custody. /The creditors of the American Wood per Company, which recently assigned, Jet in the Drexel Building to learn the [oudltion of the concern's affairs. The u National. I Efforts are being made to effect a com [romise ou the silver question so as to let some legislation at this session, but, la viewed at Washington, it is doubt ful whether they will meet with sue less. It is estimated that the Na .ioual Treasury has gained $20,000, XK) by the destruction by casualty jf its paper obligation since lbtiL I In an interview Senator Frye, the Inly remaining member of tho special pommitteo which In 1879 investigated phe inter oceanic problem, said Lteuten tnt Kimball at that time showed that [the French engineer had deceived the [subscribers. I Tho refusal of the Pacific Mail Steam ship Company to carry United States I sailors to ttie Pacific Coast has com Ipelled Secretary Tracy to ask for $18, 1)00 for that purpose. I Judge Holman announces that he will [again oppose appropriations for rainfall [experiments, though tho persons inter ested will make an effort to secure another appropriation. General« Professor William H. Roberts of Lane «Jniverslty had been asked to resign by Ihe faculty, who stand by Professor RIenry P. Smith, convicted of heresy. Insurance rates are to bo increased iu ."N'ew York in consequence of the electric railway. , _ Amons H. Hostner and Edward H. [Rousa. general officers of Iron Hall, Leri- arrested at Baltimore aud released (on bail. Adam Gripson and Lewis Fox, negro [murderers, were lynched at Luling, St. .fames Pariah, La. I The general anthracite sale agents (fixed the output for January at 2,750,000 tons and made no change in prices. Miss Mary L Garrett gives $300,977 to the Johns Hopkins University, comple ting an endowment of $500,000, which will he devoted to the higher medical .education of women. I "Rev." William Hammond, the notori and versatile swindler, confidence »nan, bigamist and scoundrel generally, is in the toils again. Ernest J. Foard, of New York, was soundly caned for insulting a pretty type writer. , Governor-elect Turney, of Tennesee, is said to be dying, As the Speaker would be the acting Governor iu the event of his death, a lively scramble is going on for that position. ? Clinton Roosevelt declares that under its charter New York has the right to ex clude all foreign immigrants until they have proven their good character and paid into the city £5. l'he failure of the firm of Wayland Trask & Co. New York brokers, was an nounced, It having been discovered that Theodore Baldwin, one of the partners, had ous lost $100.003 in private speculations. Twelve hundred half pound cans of opium were discovered concealed in the sheathing of the Oceanic, which arrived at Nan Francisco. Foreign. Mr. Gladstone celebrated his 83d birth , day at Biarritz. Queen Victoria.was the first to send congratulations. At the meeting of the Panama Com mittee Senator Paul Deves was implicated I in the Thierree check scaudal. , Six new edicts have been issued at St. I Petersburg making the life of Russian I Jews more miserable than ever. I Cholera at Hamburg is increasing and I five suspected cases were found among [ the troops. Two deaths occurred at Al . tona. I A bomb was exploded early in the morniug in the hallway of the build j ing occupied by the Paris Prefecture of I Police. Fortunately no one was killed injured, but the building was badly shattered. Tbe police believe the ex plosion to be the work of anarchists. AMUSEMENTS. ■ I "Pulse of New York" at the Academy. C. W. Bertram's realistic melo drama, "The pulse of New York," with charm ing Mattie Vickers in the cast, opened three nights engagement last evening at the Academy of Music to a crowded house. The company is all that could be desired. Walter Jones, in his several notes kept the audience in a continual roar of laughter. Miss Mattie Vickers' singing and dancing was excellent, and she was repeatedly recalled. The other characters were all well sustained. Oue of ilic great features of tho show was the dancing of Master George Elliott, who is without doubt the best qhild dancer ever seeu here. The satue play will be presented to night aud morrow, matinee and evening,/ and will no doubt be greet« d with crowded houses. to Dockatadcr's Milistr.lH. , Lew Dockstador's minst rels wi|l ap pear at the Uraud Opera House on' Mon day afternoon and evening nlxt. this seasou's company are the following brilliant artists. Lew Dockstader, who will present a new specialty made up as "Ward McCallister'' with new speeches, siories and song«, one of tbe brightest : s an original arrangement I I J TIVOLI EXPORT / BEER i U. SEND ORDERS TO V Ford Bottling Co. called ' 'Before and After George Powers the accomplished banjo soloist and com edian ; Frank Dumont, the Minstrel Shakespeare : Falke and Semons, an un usually clever musical team ; Blocksom and Burns, two funny performers In a new act called "Funnabalism;" The Columbian Quartet : and [John C. Har riugtou an exceedingly bright and pleas ing comedian in songs, dances and imitations. Then there are eight superb solo singers, namely. Henry Molton. Jno. H. Davis, J. M. Woods, Harry Leigh ton, Charles Falke, William. Galpen, A. Bode and Mack Menter, also a magnifi cent baud aud orchestra under the able direction of Professor Ad. Stork. The first part is called "The Social Session of the Knickerbocker Club." Dumont's original sketch. "The Cake Walk" is given at every performance and has scored an immense bit. "A Itree/y Time." The costumes that the players wear on the stage now count quite as much with the audience as do the personality of the players and the dialogue that they have to speak. A man would quite as soon seo a stupid woman well dressed as a clever woman badly dressed. In "A Breezy Time," which will be seen this and to-morrow evenings at the Grand Opera House, however, It is said that there will not only be liannsome cos tumes, but tney will be worn by woman quite wort hy to occupy them, French Dancers. In connection with the Clemenceau Case which will be presented at the Academy for two nights and matinee Monday will be introduced the famous French Novelty Dancers who created quite a furore in Paris last, season. The artists engaged are all well known each and every one having gained an American reputation. No-To-Hac! Cures the tobacro habit. One box, ten days' treatment, sufficient to cure an ordinary case, 81 Three buxes guaranteed to cure all) case. 8-' .'SJ. or money refunded. Call or write for book entitled "Don't 'tobacco Spit Your Life Away." PrMTOK Vf. Yeaubu, Sole Agent, No. 4M) King street. Send for the catalogue of Goldey Commer cial College and School of Shorthand. Cummings the photographer, ma Market (reel. The steamship Lepanto from Antwerp reached New York. wl „. The steamer Ottoman (British) Williams, from Boston December2Ufor Liverpool,passed Kinaale December 30. The steamers Manhansett from Bristol, Ocean from Amsterdam, Chicago City from Bristol and Richmond Hill from Londouar The tire on the British ship Dumbarton Rock, from Calcutta for San Francisco, but which was compelled to return to Calcutta because of the Are, is still smouldering. The vessel is badly damaged. Tue cargo also is damaged but not 1 ° such u great extent us MARINE MOVEMENTS. MARRIED. RATTI-McM \NUS.—At the lestdence of the bride. No. 21) Quinn street, itt this city on December 27, by Dr. I). F. Waddell, Alfred Ratti and Lizzie McManus, both of this city. dÏkdU ADAIR —At Glasgow, Del., on December 23. William T. Adair, aged #2 years. GROSS —In this city. *>n December 3S,Peter Gross, in the 74 it year of his age. KELLY'.—On December 28, John E.. son of Silas K. ami Ada B. Kelley, aged 2 months. Relatives *in«t friends are invited to attend the funeral from No. 1109 Elm street, on Fri day. December 30, at 3 p. m. Interment at Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery. McGlNNIA—In this city, on December 20. JohnG., son of Edward C. and Lizzie J. Mc Ginnis, PRICE.—On December 28, William I"rice. PETERS.—In this city on the 2fitli instant, William H. Peters, ageu 47 years. PERKINS -On the 2*lth instant Kerreti lisppuch, widow of Amor Perkins, aged »2 years. . PILLING.- At Kiamensi. Delaware, on December 20, 1892. of diphtheria. Thomas Pilling, Jr., son of Richard T and Emily A. Pilling, aged 2 years 3 months and 20 days. WRIGHT.—in »his city on the 2«tli instant, Edward H. Wright. In Ills 4tsth year. JAMES J. FOX, UNDERTAKER, No. 103 WKST SEVKNTH VtHEKT. Wilmington. Delaware. WANTED. WANTF.D.— 1 THK DAY AND EVENING sessions of Goldey Wilmington Com mercial College and behool of shorthand, corner Eighth and Market street», resumed January 3d, and the attendance of penons 12 to W) year« (both sexe») la wanted to fit them for and aid them to position». Indi vidual Instruction. Office open daily '.»to Call write for catalogue. LICKNSK APPLICATION. N OTICE- I, CHARLES FKHKENBACH, the tenant and occupant of tbe house situated at the northwest ro ner of Fourth ami French streets, in the Fourth n arrt, in the city of Wilmington, county of New Castle ami State o' Delaware, in com pliance witli the rcrulremeut» of the acts the General Asseuib.y in such cases made and provided, <'o hereby give notice that shall apply in writing to the Court or General Sessions of the peace and Jail delivery of ' State of Delaware, in amt for New Castle county on Monday, the 7th day of February. 1893, being the next term of said court, fora license- for said house, as an Inn or tavern, for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors in less quantities than otie quart, to lie drunk on tin premises, and the following respectable citi-1 zens of said ward, at Ishu twelve of whom are substantial freeholders of said ward, tho said application, viz: ■er Hugh flogen W 11 Kohinson N. F. Goldberg Win. Alscntzcr Ismia Kaiser Francis II. Jaquot A iiton Held .lautes Alcxan 1er Carl Albert Andreas Soliullcr Ktlivar.l Sekienlairg Max Thielnmtm Km il Pcilol. M. D.. t has. Ileincl. ( HARLKH r'EHiiENIIACIl. a tin: rr«omnu*i.«l Dater Me Alt Janu s Mills Isa»»«- Dlllm L'liarlc'* Yellcr vn id. Alfcentzer Win. Gatta 1 lioiuas Farmer George* 8«'ltoc.lkopf J. II. Green L«»m is H. Malt ritz John DoutfUerty William Wei»» Jama« .-s Heal Lew ia Roue Iu HOARD AND ROOMS. ANDSOMK1.Y FURNISH D SECOND and third story front rooms, with flrst rlass board, at No. 14 Ih -I Sever.lli «trect. W VN'IKD HOARDERS, 4iOi)l) ACCOM TV tikmI a:lolls. No. 41*1 East Fourth street. S TENOuRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER, JENNIE L. MACKEY, Room 3w3. Equitable Bnlldlng. TYPEWR1T1NG DE8IRED TO DO 1 leisure- hour» during the day. Expert operator, Terms moderate. R. A. LYON, Jou rnal omce. L-iOit FIRE INSURANCE IN THE MOrfl ! T reliable ç*»aij»auiee m lowest ratet, m» i:awkikh*«'o 719 PROFESSIONAL. .WILLIAM F. SMALLEY, ATTOKNRY H at-law, removed to offices No. AW Erjul able Building. Wth and Mai ket street.*. »'IIC.: INSliKANt) LOMBARDY CEMETERY, On Concord Rke, near Wilmington« LOTS FOR SALE. A Hack will leave steots Sunday nflurnopps for round trip, 10 cent* , Fourth and yjarket s at 3 o'clock. Tare James Watson. WM. B. SHARP & oo. Fourth and Market Sts. Stock-taking with us is commenced immediately after the holiday trade ceases and finished by the first of the year. The doing of it reveals many things lost sight of or neglect ed during that busy season. It's our business to get such things moving by price effects, yours to embrace the oppor tunity if at all interested in the lines as priced. Already one lot of large sized California Blankets in fine quality have felt the knife. They are in all the new and stylish borders and the very lowest price has been $6.50. What are left will be $5 per pair. • Four large orders were placed by US for tllOSC elegant eider down quilts at $4. They | 1 . , ' gold ITIOTC rapidly than \VC . 1 . . , COUld Supply them. A tCW . 1 ' , late COmCFS arc here. ThfCC Styles Oi ljtllCS COatS -i _ kocmin pniinten: to are On tnC DargaiU COUlllClS LO i 1,1 ool- rlioirnnil with' ClaV UlaCK diagonal, Willi buttons> notC hed Collar, lap, seams and satin faced is reduced from $11 to $7.50 Sixes 32 to 44. Black cheviot with collar and facing of light opossum is reduced from $12 to $7.50. Sizes 32 to 38. Black a"d blur chevio. with pleated back, lull sleeves and deep cuff notch collar, either high or.low neck, is re duced from $12 to $7.50. Sizes 34 to 42. WM. B. SHARP & CO. A CHRISTMAS GIFT With every Gold Spectacle a fine THERMOMETER GIVEN AWAY FREE. f j of I j _ _ . - H IAN ( OL üÖN ww . «• ■ —< " *« *-*■' w * i * TfrTTAXTrrDC AUU i lUNACtlO. Gold Spectacles from iir.OO up. Steel Spectacles from . r bc. tip. Large selection of tine Opera Glasses from f 1.50 up. , , , • very Glass warranted and changed within one year. Eyesexamlned free. DR. H. HOEGELSBERGER, OOC CLINT. Opera Nlli Market Street. ('all Sala» of Kcal and Périmai I'roinjrt I ou «ikort notice. Reasonable t« rma, O ruera left at She ward A (bondlor'» flour I an«l f«*e«l htore. Fourth ami King »tree ta, aldn -, TENTH AND CLAYTON STS., aiitton. Will receive prompt at LOST AND FOUND. OST. THURSDAY KVENIM Pine beta ! lady*» gold vvatat». eng I J.. and chain with • n given by returning «âme to8 2 Kaet Eleventh »tre**i. *n mm h Jin i Savant !• ved with initial* Suit alita reward Ï. .-.III! ! ! , PROPOSA I.S. »Kill'OSALS. DELAWARE STATE IIOS _ yiital at Farnhurst. Scaled propos. la Ije received bv the trustees for the following : supplies, for the month« of January, February and March. ISO, viz: G roc-crier, broad, veal, mutton, fresh pork, dry goods, wiutrr ! clothing, shoes, croefiry, drugs. h-oh for ticef will be on foi n and htnd qaar AT j MUp55ldJifi*k«HS excluded on hind quarters, Rids for veal to be on the whole animal, calves.to he well-faited and dressing not than ninety pounds. . It ill-j for muiton to be on tho whole animal, and on fore quarters, tho sheep lo lie failed and dresebig not k.-s than thirty-five |K>unds. ... Blank furmsVif propi»»'» aud rnvelopea Rlcuirdâm Faroî^sT.' Dehswä^' caU v 0 bld» uill • on»ider««1 anlrf j made sold blank®, and in th* manner there d«*»i|r naibd. Th** bidt- will b*- opened at the , pit al at 1.50 o'clock. Tfcu«* r laj\ fanuarj* I li«G. Contract» will be- awarded to the I bid<t«?r» . Tho TmstecF reterm the right In reject » bids not dccuiod to the ioterebt of the I tion. hampleecm be reen by arriving at HoepitaL ; Claim» »gainst the Hospital mutt, be sent' U. Snurday. Dcci niocrsi Due. D. D. RICHARDSON. buperlntcndent. 1 0 Wilmington, Friday* December 30« WW. Meetings For This Evening:. Brandywine Lodge, S. of 11. Brandywine (.'anti**, K. G. K. Camp 3, P. O. K. of A. Columbia Lodge, I. O. O. F. Delaware Tribe, I. O. K. M. Excelsior Lodge. K. of P. Fairfax Lodge, I. O. O. F. Friendship Conclave, 8. W. M. Humboldt ( feat le, K. G. V . Journeymen Btone Masons' Association. John A. Logan Camp, 8. of V. laurel Council, V. F. of A. 8t. George's Castle, K. U. E. Temple Connell, L. of R, O. Washington Council, O. U. A. M. Wilmington Castle, K. G. E. This December weather causes no demonstration of trade at the New York Cloth ing House. 'Hie reason is ex plained in their vast varieties of midwinter Clothing in all departments. Special value in $10 and $12 Overcoats. Special values in $ 12 and $ 15 Suits. Special value in Men's T rousers. Special value in Children's knee pants cut from odds and ends, 50c, 75c and $1. Strictly one price and If dis satisfied with your purchase we will return your money. N. Y. dotting House. D 316 Market Street. MAX EPHRAIM. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING REAL FINE, In the Way of WINES AND LIQUORS, Everything in Our Line, All Grades anil Price», Go to RoWen's Family liquor Store And You Will Mak No Mistake. Robelen's Fish-house Punch ialty. E/sr/boly Should Try it. Is a S 4 > WILLIAM G. RQBELEN. 108 W. SEVENTH ST., PHONE 44Ä. REAL ESTATE. LADIES' COATS ALTERED. Now a « tho season 1* advanced for cloth coats, we are prepared to work on seal plush coats, hteainintf them up, sleeves puffed, « oats made to lit nicely, prices low enough to suit everybody. WM. BROOKS, 7 1 !) Market St. THIRD FLOOR. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT OR FOR SALE. JOHN MULVENA, No. 915 Market Streot. REt >181 EK'S ORDER. EGISTKR'S ORDER. R REGISTER'S OFFR'E, New Caat le county,Del., December irtKi. ( Upon the application of Cllff'ird Vy\v, ad minihtrator of William Pyle, late of Wil mington hundred, in »aid county, deceased, is ordere« 1 and directed by the Register that the administrator aforenaid give notice of granting of letters of administra thm upc estate or the deceased, wit h the date of t ing thereof, by causing advertisement« tobe posted within forty «lays from the dute of such letters In six of the most public place« of the county of New Dafitle, requiring all per* sons having demand« against the estate to present the «nine, or abide by an act of assem bly in such case made and provided; and oJbo canne the «am«* to Ih* inserted within the same period in the Kvkwiko Jouuhal, a newspaper published In Wilmington, Del., and to be con tinued therein three weeks, (e. o. d.) («iven under tin* hand and seal of office of the Register aforesaid at Wilmington, in New Castle county aforesaid, the day and year tilmvo written. j. WILKINS COUCH, Ri glster. ' -, " m the grant l 1 US - y *»r NOTRE. N«»t ice i* hereby given t bat let tern of ndfiitn* «eiv in due form M iaw kf*»«« ltd Huit oil is rsnns hav t*slatc «»ftii«« da«'ari , ««««i i.l the Mime, duly Ht I es tod. to tho or | # ffore tiioIXiidav UUia t tia a* i of nhaeinbly j made and |«rt>vidcsl. CLIFF *UD PYLE. Adraiuifttratror. *d. » (be ittidar^igiu inber, A.D.Ji inst tli un biiui ii t nr« ;«i<l lulmistint of Daaembar, IHU8« in «m h « ON E. Address. Wilinlngtnn.Del. EGhSTEK'b OHÜEH. R REGISTER'S OFFICE, New Castle County, December 2H, late. of Richard S. Monck. U|hiii theappliceti Administrator of George P. Mor.ck, b»te Wilmington hundred, in said county, de ceased, it lx ordered and d ired.d hy the Reg later that tlie Adininistrutor aforesaid givo notice of granting of L«-tters of Administra tion upon the estate of the deceased. with «lie date of granting thereof, causing advertisements to be jMistud from the date will lieef, the lesa well ... will " ce Ho* bc*t by within forty day* such letters in «lx of the most public placet the county of New Gautié, reqilftrias all per sona iiaving demand» against the estate proHont the same, or «blue by an Act of As sembly 1n such « a»e mad** and provided; and le the tame to be inoerted witlün ine name iK'rlo<i in the Evening Journal, a new» paper pohlitdicd in Wilmington, Del., and to be continue«l 1 herein three week», c*. o. d. Givcti under tl»e hand and Seal ol Office «»f tho lieft ist ar aforesaid at ilnjintftoo, tli New « '«all** «Hiotify a fore «aid, the »lay aud J e»i »?kmm written . WJLK1N.S GOOCH. h"gi»ter. NOTICE. Notice L hereby given that letter, ot ministration were in duo form of la v grunted unto the uDdortiguod, on the Twentieth day of Dccimber, A. D. 1402 and that, all sons having daiius against the estate of tbe licccaseil must on m*h» the same, dtdy attested.tilth*'Wild Administrât nr.onorbefore tho Twentieth day of Drcmnimr, ',HW3, abide tho Act of Assembly in snch case made and provided. «11 the pre RICHARD fi. MONCK. Administratror. Address. Wilmington. DeL Ladies' Fur Goats, Muffs, Gapes, Fur Trimmings by the yard. HATTERS, 404 MARKET STUB ET. AMITSKMKNTS. GHAN 1 ) OPE It A HOUSE. Friday anil Saturday and Saturday Matinee, DISC. lOaàd 8t« KITZ AM) WEBSTER And their Mi try Company In < i A BREEZY TIME." ' Mandolin Orteil*'. film Quintette of Musical Tennis Lacket,, I I K Bell Gavotte, u Latest New York Craze. r re tty Faces. Airy Unices. Merry Glance*. Lo vely GRAND OPERA HOUSE. NEW YEAR'S, JANUARY 2. Afternoon and Night. tam-es. Lew Dockstader's Minstrels. MANY OLD FAVORITES ! MANY NEW ONES! All united in entirely new program. TEN TIMES BETTER THAN EVER ! C'A DEM Y OF MUSIC. A UltCFHBKU 'll), 30 AM) 31. SATURDAY MATINEE MATINKE THt PULSE OF NEW YORK. On® of tlii* Mrontfp.it «Irani«» over produced on tin* American »tag»*. STRONG CAST. SPECIAL SCENERY. t'«inln«f, Ntfw Year's Day. THE CLEMENCEAU CASK. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. JANUARY 8 AND 3. IRANI) MATINEE NEW Y HA It'S DAY. CLEMENCEAU CASE AND FRENCH NOVETY DANCERS. SkatingattheRink EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING THIS WEEK. ADMISSION, 10 anil lh CENTS. UK LB WANTED. WANTED-A FEW GOOD SALESMEN y y to hell sp»*« ini row line to the retail trade only. Good Salarie! pah! to men with a Hatlafaetory record und big cominlmion where it io Hold oi » «i« I «• liai, a * hi pen stating ex perience und ability, and enclo»* »tamp* for h. THE MERCHANTS' CASH 8Y8 UOMPANY, Box id. Philadelphia. \\' A NTK1 > GIRL TO DO GENERAL o hounework. Call at the Amule, ~.M Market street. arc 11 FOB HAU . \ KHH. TABLE AND OTHER HALL I furniture for »ale. Inquire 71U Bhipley r MO Ku *t Sixth street. NOTICES. N otice tiiBmh serifs of stock of Perpétuai Having* und Loan Ab»o* iation I» now l>eitig tamied First payment due January 3, 181D Share« eau OC obtained of the eeeretary on the meeting day and on .»:»<! Friday evt-ning» «1 the office, non I.» u«; corner Fifth and Shipley streets, i.i \ ITS! i Pn - ich i t W. H. GIBBONS, Bei r« tary. OT1GK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT rill apply at the next srsalon of the G«n » ral A»«rMihl\ cl l Ik- Stair of'Delaware for divoroe from my husband ThotnatMcU racken, a vinculo mu trine oil. N ■ HULSTINE McCRACKKN. OTIC'S. I HKttKBY INTEND TO AP ply at the next semdon of the General Aaaotabl.v for u divorce from iny hunhand, CharicH K. CuleiDMi. N FIIANCKNA COLKMAN. N otice is hkukiiy given that will apply at tbe next eemlon of the General Assembly of tin* state of Drlawart* for a divorce from ray wife, Lizzie Homer*, vinculo matrimoui. HOUKRT K. SOMERS. T ()TICE. IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT I will apply at the next nobly of |b© Ftatc of Delaware my wife Eitle F. Adams, FRED. A. ADAMS. N •wion of the General A for a dlvproe m ■ vim-ulo nmL imoui. it OTICE.'-WHARFAGE AND STORAGE, ChrlRt.iana river foot of Eaat Seventh street. Shipping facilities by three rniIroa<l«, Pnnuaylv&ui- Baltimore and Ohio and WlP mington and Nortliern (Philadelpiiia and Reading connection». Vensel owner« and agents, contractor*^ mere hauts ami dealer» geneially are inhumed that they can obtain wharfage and storage room on nur property at reasonable rates. Apply to MCCULLOUGH IRON .COMPANY, Seventh and Railroa«l Avenue, Wilmington. N OT1CE-1 HEREBY INTEND TO APPLY at tin* next mosnIoii of of the General AMMnbly. tor a divorce from my huxo&nd, Allen G . Harvey, Sitf n«'l ) , vr<nIC !.. ELKt ; It The Union National Barr ok Wii.mino-i ton, Wilminoton. I »••!., Dee. K), 1AÖ2. The annual n*i'i*liii|f of the »(«H'kliolili^ra thin bank, for tin* inirpOHu of cl« « tinu nine rector* to m tv** tint «*n«uhitf year, will in* held at the bankiittf Uouae January fit, fr« to 4 )». I»L JOHN U. DANDY, Ci bier. N ANNA M. UAHVF.Y. 1 wroTItlK. TIIK, ANNUAL MKK'IING Ih. M,H kl,. , i,|, '-, •d lb" Finn Bank t*»r t tu* aloe» i«»n of Dir« « tors will lie li«*i«l l'*'.'. fikh, 1804« liet ween Gia !»•»»» roof »mul 4 o i lork HENRY HI n||. I hier. & GIB E 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ui tho next Hcsaion *>f f J I* in ware N will apply Gonaral Awunin ly of the Slat fur a «Uvor« <* from my wife, Fannie L. Good all, a vim uio inatriinoin. CHARLES W. GOOpALL. HANKING AND FINANCIAL. of „„„ . A rvt AÖ As-r» fj ,1 \r . hitv-t ktritvt NO. at* MAIllkJ!.! . 11 -e.r.i. Wilmington, - - - - Delaware I ' 1 : ■;—r - . i Open aally lrom 9 o clock a. m. ontll 4 p. ana on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 to ol j p. m. ASSETS. DEPOSITS, SURPLUS, INTEREST ALLOWED on depoalta ! money for one or more calender months the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. Money loaned on Mortgages oft Real Estate, OFOItOI . W. BUSH, President. 0. WESLEY WELTllN. Vice Preeldsut. E. T. TAYLOR,S-crelary and 'i reasurer. JOSEPH M. MAfHER. Auditor. Nor. 1st. l.*492. ' SAVINGS BANK. of to I I f051.170.il0 040,641.88 $110,529.17 « R n nnRTWQnN Xr ro ■ > n. nuuinaun « UU., EAÎTKF.R8 AND BROKERS, CklRNEU FOURTH AND MARKET Stock bought and sold in the Now York, Phlladeiphla and Boston markets on cmnmto. MMfta ^ lottere of credit given, available in atl of the worÙ. and drafts on Euglabd, Ireland. France. Gormany a id Switzerland issued. ad or ■OF— }FINE OVERCOATS —AN D— Suits and Pantaloons, FOR WEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS. PER CENT DISCOUNT. 20 1-5 OIFIF Regular Price of Every Garment in the The House FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. OVERCOATS* AND SUITS, $20 $ 16.00 $ 12.00 $ 9.60 $ 8.00 $15 $12 $10 $5 BOVS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS. $ 4.00 $3.20 $ 2.40 $4 $3 $8.00 Pants for $<>.40—$7.00 Pants $6.00 Pants for $4.80—$5.00 Pants $.j.oo Pants for $3.30—$3x0 Pants $2.00 I* ants for $1.60—$1.05 I'ants for $5.60 for $4.00 for $2.40 for 80c. HAMBURGERS', 220-222 MARKET STREET. THE NEW YORK W eekly Herald I u ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR! During 1H93. the WKKKf.Y Hbhai.d will be without i|UeHtion the best and cheap est family journal published in America, it will be profusely illiuitrated by the best, artists in the country, and will be a magazine of literature, art and news abso lutely unrivaled in its excellence. i a The Presidential Inaugural 1 a Will be graphically described aud artistically pictured, while the great feature of the coining year s history, tho WORLD'S FAIR, Will be "ivett particular atlentiou. No complete will lie the descriptions of every thing connected with the great F.xposition, and so true to the reality the many illuMrations, that a perusal of the Wkkki.y Hkrald next summer will be almost as satisfactory as u visit to Chicago. PRIZES EACH WEEK. 1 «»( di Will be awarded for the best original articles on agricultural subjects. Each issue will contain a page devoted to practical and scientific farming. The Woman's Depart mint will be unexcelled iu practical suggestions to mako the home more attractive. Every week there will ho a number of special articles on all topics of human interest. Among the novelists who will write stories for the Wbkkly IIkkai.d are Jerome K. Jerome, Stepniak, Mrs. Grimwood, Edwin Arnold, John b'trail go Winter, Marie «'orelli, lleteu Mathers, Florence Warden, Hume Nlsbet aud Hamilton Aide. OF SEND FOR PREMIUM LIST. I the Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, New York Herald, New York. SUBSCRIBE NOW. m. of at j j 1 A V 9\ > FOR THE HOtfOWS OMA, j On account oi over-atock, we oSeo solid i gold spc-ctacles for $3 opeva ßlaaaeo ! V 4 iy fine, |4.artifitiaJ eyes, f4.formt.riy no, «ndilUrther optican goods. Have your eye« examined free. Glasses ex BT9. | 'baripcd if not »uiUWe. Call and tec 1 nt. before yon »elect olaowbere ami you will find it to Vont- advant age. * ' * part« PROFESSOR WELL. 30S MARKET STREtT. A PERIOD OF BICYCLE BARGAINS. ■ f, ( 'lining hhIo «»f shop-worn and second-band H«vy« lti»at aeUmishinglyJdw IMdcM. • H°njjngton Hafetr« )*na«im«tio, new..,.| 10«) 1.0*1'-*' Premier. Pneumatic. .MV !» V. $vlph. Pneumatic.«Wf warn.... nOl* ^'lC•or B. F'neuznatlc, shop wem .. 110Jr Majestic.lkjcushions new.. ............ T&00 U t*. Hambler.liéâ'.uêhiona« good Ofdar.. »00 Ladle»* Rambler«cushion, new.. IT0 00 L ui:- . Rambler, cuahleß, r.lme»t new.. T* 00 mb. Rambler. U4 cushion, gvjd...... 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