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ROAD REPAIR SCHEME.
Tons of Broken Stone, Which Have Been Accumulating, GIVEN TO EOAD COMMISSIONERS, And They, at Their Own Expense, Will Spread the Stone Vpon the State Road From Scboolhonve Lane to Wilming ton—Busy Scenes In the Jail Yard, Pleasant Enterlalumsnts Next Month. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. New Castlk, May 27.—No manufac turing establishment in the state has presented a busier scene than the county jail yard, the past two days. Forty brawny men, white, black, brown and yellow, attired iu striped suits and armed with picks and shovels have been piling, shoveling, sifting, breaking and loading atone while a string of teams filed iu and out of the jail yard. These teams are driven by farmers of the neighborhood and are used to haul the broken stone from the jail yard. Several days ago the road commission ers learned that, ever since the intro daction in the Legislature of the Cooch Road bill last March, the stone broken by convict laborers in the jail yard had been accumulating until there were tons upon tons of the road material piled up. The road guardians accordingly hurried to Wilmington where they con ferred with Commissioner 'White and 'other Levy Courtmeu and received permission to the broken atone at their own expense. It was immediately decided to hire all the available carts and quickly transport all the atone from the Jail yard to the state road. Accordingly. Commissioner Landers set to work at once and the hauling out and spreading on is now in progress. It is the Intention of the commission ers to begin at "Sehoolhouse Lane," on the state road and spread the stone all the way to the Wilmington causeway. Then if the Levy Courtmen- do not object the repairing will bo continued on down the state road. This will make in a few months' time one of the finest driveways In this part of the country. Official Pluck and Thrift, Colonel E G.Boyd, who Is a jail commis siouer under the now administration,gave an illustration of the thrift and fidelity that a public office holder can have, on Delaware street yesterday afternoon remove For years the jail sewer has caused con tluuous tumble by frequent leaks which invariably caused tbe street to sink aud become "more holy than clean." Several days ago a had hole appeared In front of Ferris's drug store, stautiy grew worse until yesterday when Colonel Boyd had a force of men to tear np tbe street aud go down to the sewer Tbs industrious jail commissioner then rolled up his sleeves, turned up his trousers and jumped into the pit. Then he fitted atones aud bricks into the crevice and tightened them up himself The salary of a jail commissioner would hardly pay a man for Jumping down Into tbe pit and out again. It con Choice Concert for Tuesday Night. Owing to the utter Impossibility of securing soloists for next Monday even ing, the third aud last May Recital by the Hushebeck Orchestra will be held on Tuesday evening In the First Baptist Church, aud will be the crowning must esl event of the year. There will be choice soloists by Signor Bove, tbe cele hrated harpist, and 'Mrs. Harold Sudel I of the Tuesday Club, Wilmington. Miss Bessie Kuntz will again appear in humorous sketches. The orchestra will play ''Wang," "Santiago Valse," one of the prettiest ever written, a "Msaourka di Concert," arranged by Professor Dun can, and "A Trip to Chinatown." <ilrl. to Drill to Martial Mnile. At the young people's mid summer tea aud specttcolat entertainment in the Opera Eouae next Saturday night, where tbe fan drill will be tbe chief attraction, the Hushebeck Orchestra will play the marches and give a short concert. Hu morous speakers will be present from a distance and several local vocalists will sing. The twenty young women who will participate In the fan drill, will probably wear Japanese costumes. A very light admission fee, It la said, will be charged. A Big lle-uulon Thta fear. Efforts are being made to have the annual re-unlon and banquet of tbe High School Alumni held this year on the Monday night previous to the High School commencement Instead of the Monday night following that event, as the latter date will this year be July 3. It ia also proposed to have a grand re I JL:;, ; .gllp • L ■ \ à* % i m V Ur. Oeo. W. Cook Of St. Johnsbury, VL Like a Waterfal Great Buffering After the Crip Tremendous Roaring la (Its Read — Rain in the Stomach. "ToC. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Two years ago I bad a severe attack of the Grip, which left me In a terribly weak and de bilitated condition. Last winter I had auoUior attack and was again very badly off. my health nearly wrecked. My appetite was all gone, had no strength, felt «ired »II ihr nuie. had disagreeable roaring noises In my head, like waterfall I also had severe, headaches and Severe Sinking Pains In my stomach. I took medicines without hew eilt, unUI, having heard so much about Hood's Sarsaparilla, I concluded to try It. and th sult Is very gratifying. All the dlsagn* ihl** effects of the Grip are gone, X am Ircc Irom pains and aches, and believe Hood's Sarsaparilla surely curing my catarrh. I recommend all." Gko. W. Cook. 8t Johnsbury. VL Is 1 HO MO'S PILLS cure N.use», Sick lle.d.ch«, XBaiKMUou.BUlau.uMa Bold by sU dtoggltU. a \M/ Baking L Powder MsohiicJy Pure A cream of tartar baking powder. TUgh>-T of all In leavening strength.- Latest Culled State* Government Food Report. Royal Baki»o PowdbkCo loti Wall St. N. Y union this time to which members of the Board of Education, ex principals and leading Delaware educators will be invited The banquet will probably be held in the Opera House and an elab orate entertainment will be provided. Incidents of the Bay. dames H. Payut.er is taking orders for work in the whitewashing line. pretty girls who play baseball are expected here on Monday to cross bats with the New Castle Club Harmony Castle, No. 0., K. O. E , will attend the evening service at the M E Church to morrow. The church choir will give a song service. Mrs. J. J. Black gave a teann Tburs day in honor of Mrs Beatty of Pittsburg, who is a guest of Rev. 8. Beatty Wylie. The Delaware Boys and Captain Mere dith's nine will play an interesting game of baseball on Decoration Day. With the Rolling Mills nailed, the Woollen Mills running half time, and the Triton Cotton Mills closed at present, the Delaware Iron Works is coming in for a great deal of appreciation just now as it is right busy. Steady work and steady pay is what keeps the flour barrel and larder stocked. Quite a new and really interesting game of cards was played in tho presence of an Evening Journal representative last evening. It is called ''Logomachy.'' Each card has a letter on it. The idea Is to form words from the letters. ''Dccs trict Sknle" boys would not be anywhere for spelling with some of tbe players. The New Castle Fife and Drum Corps have an engagement in Wilmington on Tuesday afternoon. Send your carpets to the Electric Car pet Cleaning and Upholstery Works, 409 Orange St. Phone. 905. Bader it Conway. Tiott THE CRAB WAR CONTINUES. in and Crlolleld People Are Fired Driven Away lly Virginia Vennel*. Chiskikld, May 27.—The Virginia authorities still remain masters of the alt nation In Pocomoke and Tangier Bounds. Two Marylanders, George Get zeu and George Davis, were fired upon while crossing to Smith's Island. Vessels are hailed in Pocomoke sound and asked If they are from Crisfield If they are from Crisfield it is reported they are fired into and driven buck, It is claimed here that if the Virginia authorities have cause to arrest crabbers they should do so, but that they have no right to shoot round shet at them. Crabbing ia one of the chief Indus tries of Crisfield, and If that is stopped every Industry iu the place will suffer. A O Per Cent, Investment, Nnw Youk, March 7, 1809. In 1879 I took out Tontine Endow ment Policy No. 78,(120, with tho Equit able Life Assurance Society of tbe United States, for $5,000, and have paid, In all, $1.708 In premiums to the Company. On the maturity qf the Endowment the Company paid me $7,985.20 in cash W. A. Ross. This is a return of all the premiums paid, and Interest on the same at the rate of 0| per cent, per annum. Anson A. Maiikb, Manager, Equitable Building, Wilmington. Ibd .Seasonable. Aiuscow's restaurant, at 707, 709 ami 711 Shipley street. Is serving deviled crab, soft -shell crab, lobster salad, crab salad, clam soup, deviled clams, oysters iu every style, salt oysters, Little Neck clams, turtle soup, lunches at popular prices aud famous 40-ceut dinners. Country Boarding. Wilmington & Northern Railroad. List of country houses taking summer boarders can be obtained at ticket office, French street station, or from general passenger agent, No. 100 Maryland avenue. _ IIohp, Lawn Mowers. Fly Screens and Wire cheap at 51V Madison street. IN THE CITY CHURCHES. Hi. Andrew'» Church. Southwest corner of r.lglith and Shipley at recta. Rev, Clmrlc» K. Murray, rector. Service» III 30 a. m, and I p. m. Sunday school s. So p. m. At the Berean Assembly, Davidson Build ing, No. 101 Kant Ninth street, there will l»« services at 10 HO a. in., T.Jo p in. avenlng sub ject, "What think ye of (.'hristV At Immanuel Church. Highlands, Rev. K J. Hammond, rector. There will beserrlc mai s. m. and 7.00 p. m. Sunday school « . Hev. 1. N. Stsugcr, I). 1)., uf Philadelphia, will preach at both servlets. Seventh Day Adventists' Church. In Rett Men's Hall, .'>15 Shipley street, Klder S, Hersum. pastor. Services on Sunday at Î P. m., and Saturday at 10 ami II a. m , and O'clock l> m. Subject for Sunday, "Michael the Christ." At the Reformed Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, corner of Eighth anil Monroe streets.the services will lie as follows: Preach ing by the pastor. Rev. Thomas J Mason. 1*1.80a. nt and 7.10 p m ; Sunday school,» m. ; Christian Endeavor, b ;tb p. m. » pworth M. K. Church. Tenth and Lombard streets. Rev. Isaac Jew ell, pastor; 0.30 a. praise service, lead by B. F. Cleaver; 2 Sunday school;; p m.. Epworth League_ vice, u Ilham White leader; preaching. 10.7 n. m., and 8 p. m., by Rev, J. H. Uraj, D. 1J of Chester, Pa, ■ h . 111 p. in The popular evangelist. Miss Fletcher, New York, will preach at A-bury M. Church on Sunday morning, at 10 30; at T.;»> m„ sermon by Kev. David Dodd; Christian Endeavor prayer meeting, (1 p. m., led Frank C. t annuo; topic, "Watch and Pray." The service» in Scott d. E. Church, Seve and Spruce streets, to-morrow will he as fol lows; Sunday school al «a. m., and 2 p. preaching by the past or. Rev. John France at 10.30 a. m.. acd 7 So p. m.; Willing Workers' prayer meeting a.S0p. m.; Epworth League prayer meeting, SJL p. m • 1 a re Services at First Presbyterian Church, Market street between Ninth and Tenth w be.pre.cUing.10.8U a.m by the pastor.Kev.J Milligan; subject, "God or Man—Whom Shall We Obey?" Sunday school at 2p. m.: society of Christian Ende »vor,«. 15 p. m.;,sve<ung vice, 7.3U o'clock. East Lake Presbyterian Church, corner Thirtieth and Madison streets, Kev J. Edgar Franklin, pastor. Preaching at 10,30 a m., subje-1, "A Noble Discontent;" service 7 3 » m.. subje* t "the Indwelling Spirit " Sunday school at 2 p. m ; Christian Kndeavor i»raj>r meeting at 6 JJü p m. Ber Ices on Sunday at West Presbyterian Church, corner of Eight and Wa&hingtou streets, wi.l be as follows: Hermon by pastor. Kct. A. N. Keigwln, at 10J9 ». m. the DuPont Post No. t G. A H.; 8 p. preachiiiK. subject, "Sat*n Claimed First Kesurrerlion;" 2 p.m.. $aobath school;7.15 e™ a m€e Sîï* Christian Endeavor vices^* * rw welcome to all < MT it in.. THE WORLD OF BASEBALL. Boston and BaltimoreGetting to the Top. Réunit« of Ve.terday'. Caras., Cleveland's inability to play yesterday and Pittsburg's victory over Cincinnati places the Smoky City club within six points of the leader. Brooklyn s prox imity to the goal has been considerably lessened within the past two days, thereby slightly improving the position of the Philadelphians, Boston is making a gradual advancement, and so is Ball! more. Now York at present is in a ticklish location, another defeat mean ing. probably, next to the lowest round of the ladder. The results yesterday were . Philadel phia. 14; New York, H. Baltimore, 11; Brooklyn, 1. Boston, 111; Washington, 12.' Pittsburg, 11; Cincinnati, 4. Cleveland St. Louis, rain. Louisville Chicago, rain. Schedule Ifor To-ilay. Philadelphia at New York; Washing ton at Boston; Chirago at Louisville; Cincinnati at Pittsburg. Ht. Louis at Cleveland ; Brooklyn at Baltimore. The I nlversily of Pennsylvania will play Princeton in Philadelphia. The Clmniplouftliip Record. w. is p.r. W. !.. I'.r. C.Mrv«*lnncl.. 11 '» .»18H 1'allInn Pitthbunf.,. IT» 7 .883 ( (Unc innatl. II 14 .44*» i:i W .MU I W nulling Un 10 14 .417 11 10 .."»44 I K ew York.. 10 14 .417 13 11 ,f»42 1 Chif'AtfO. 12 11 ,tüS 1 LouIhvHU hi'ooklyn 1'hilti.U HohIoii SI, Isoula «PENINSULA NEWS PARAGRAPHS. !l 11 .3»! i is .saj Children's Day services will bn observed in tha Elkton Presbyterian Church on Sunday. The Methodist Episcopal Sun day school will hold its celebration on Sunday, June 11. John S Wirt, agent for George T. Waller, of Philadelphia, sold tbe farm three miles from Elkton on the French town turnpike, tenanted by Joseph Hitcbins, to Dr. C. M. Ellis, of Elkton, for $9,000. acres. It has been decided to rebuild tho Millington Academy, which was burned May 9. The building will be, os formerly, two stories, the first of brick and the other frame. School exercises are now being conducted iu the Millington town hall. The farm contains 900 John W. Judefind, tho zealous Seventh Day Adventist, who was sentenced to jail at the last term of court at Chester town in default of fine for a violation of the State Sunday laws by husking corn on Sunday, was released from jail yester day, bis time having expired. ITEMS OF INTEREST. "I notice 1 that you ftpo looking at, tho clock, 1 * ho Bald, Iam the hour approached 11. ''Yob, 11 »ho replied with a yawn, ho wort over to the mantelpiece ami examined tho ,i very h mdsome he rcHUinod hie seat.—Now clock attentively. "It ia one , 11 he naiil at* York I'retM*. Catarrh In (he Head I« undoubted I v a dim-awe of the blood, and ah stich only a reliable blood purifier can effect a Hood's Sarsaparilla i- tbl beat blood-purilicr. anti it has cured many very severe ca*ets of catarrh. Try It. perfect cure Judge—"You Are culled to test ity to this man 1 « ch aracter f«»r veracity. What do you \n It ip - "Well. i our oi he went Ashing cm« da). and when be came buck he said he Imdn't caught anyth rig and that none gut away.* 1 —New York Free» know a out it'/ 11 H Satisfaction guaranteed on every truss ad .listed by N. It. Laufurth, graduate In Pharmacy, Second and Market. Long ex perience, large stork. Fhe Is now seen upon thes(reef, A gractoua smile upon her lips. Ami showing «dt her shapely feet Incased in hIumh witii yellow tips. New York Press« B. & O. TRAINS TO CHICAGO. Opening of New Through Une Via Pitts burg und Akron Additional Train to Chicago. Commencing May 14 the It. A- O. express train leaving Wilmington at M7 a. m . dally, will run via Pittsburg over the new Chicago route of the B. A- (».. passing through the eit tes of Y onngtown, Warren amt Akron, Ü., arriving at Chicago al II, GA the next morn ing. The express train heretofore leaving mingtou at 4.40 p. m. will leave at S.USp, m., and arrive at Chhage the next night at 9.8T) YVil An additional Chicago train ha» been added to the Hchedulc which w ill leave at 9.10 p. m. and arrive at 0 o'clock the second morning Through sleeping cars to Chicago on all trains. Jones (to Smith)— 1 "Cun you lend me ten dollars, old fellow y 11 Smith—"Can't do it, my hoy; I am going to the World's Fair.* 1 Jones (to Brown) - "( au you land me ten dollars, fellow?" Brow a—"Can't do it my boy. J got hack from the World's Fair." •dd list Additional Train In New York Via Itoyal Itlue Line. The Haiti more and Ohio railroad lias placed in service an additional train lo New York, • aving Wtlminçrou at 11 0.) p. m.. and ar riving at New York at 8.30 a. m. This train carries a through Pullman sleeping car to New York and a parlpr ear to Philadelphia, ( here an additional sleeping car is attached. 'HMengern may remain in sleeping car undis turbed until 7.:m a. in. a. J. 00 a 'HE •» : m z Hi OXU ENJOYS Both the method and résulta when Syrup of Figs ia taken; it ia pleasant uid refreshing to the taste, and acts E 'ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys, iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Svrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most Vtaltby and agreeable substances, its liny excellent qualities commend it / all and haw made it the most popular remedy known. Byrup of Figs is for sale in 60c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try iu Do not accept any ubstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRVP CO. SAM FRANCISCO, CAL. UUI3VIUC, At . ■ p. hy m,; •I K ac R. of p the to ni.» p. N ser Nt* YORK. N t. EARLY NEWS SUMMARY. Mlwtllanvmn, The Presbyterian Assembly at Waah Aite of 40!» to 145, decided the appeal in the Briggs iugton, by a to entertain case. This decision is averse to L>r. Briggs's contention. The vote was pre ceded by n four hour debate npon the motion. The Infanta Eulalia as the guest of the l ily of New York took a sail on the Dol phin iu the afternoon and at night at tended the grand ball iu the Madison Square Garden. The Assembly Hall iu which the hall was liftld, and all its ap »roaches and the reception room of the nfanta were decorated in a manner never equalled before with dowers and plants in the'richest profusion. General Daniel Sickles, of New York, in an interview denounced most bitterly the vandalism of the trolley railway at Gettysburg. He called on the Gettys burg Memorial Association, the State of Pennsylvania and the Federal Govern ment to take steps to suppress the uni sauce and is confident it can be legally done. Dr. William A, Wheeler, head of the Marine Hospital Service, who has been abroad inspecting foreign seaports, wrote to Commissioner Senner, of New York, that tho condition of Hamburg immigra tion barracks caused him much uueasi ness. A party of Indians on theColvill Reser vation, in Washington, it is reported, attacked a government surveying party and killed two whites. The World's Fair will surely be open next Sunday, It being impossiBle for tho United States district attorney to prepare a bill for an injunction before that day. Tbe National Commission has also ad journed until July 1, aud will not inter fere iu the matter. John W. Mackay, tho California mil lionaire, who recently escaped assassina tion, and Mrs. Mackay, are in New York, The General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church devoted its session at Canton, O,, to mission work and World's Fair opening. Captain "Sum" Brown, of Pittsburg, was made defendant lu a suit for $100, 000, brought by a railroad company at Louisville. Captain Emile Carton, his wife and a reporter made a balloon ascent iu New York, their destination being Pennsyl vania. They expect to take a series of bird's eye views of cities and the coun try districts while traveling aioLg. The English and Russian governments have agreed to prohibit sealing within ten miles of the Russian coast and within thirty miles of Robin island. The Canadian authorities have notified tbe Dominion sealers. Secretary Lament, on tho recommen dation of the chief of engineers, United Stales Army, has awarded the contract for dredging Philadelphia harbor to the American Dredging Company, they being tbe lowest responsible bidders. Fnrelirn. In his argument in the Behring Sea case before the tribunal of arbitration, Hr Charles Hnssell, of counsel for Great Britain, contended that the Newfound land fishery rights did not justify tho action of America in the Behring sea. If the drought iu Northern Europe con tinues for a tort night longer Germany will be compelled to buy wheat from the United States. A despatch to Vienna from the Hague reports Queen Wllbelmlna as being ill with consumption. the Nassau-Orange line would become extinct aud foreign complications would arise. It is reported at Stanley Falls that. Emin Pasha, the noted African explorer, was killed by an Arab chief, Said Bin Abed, near Unyoro. if she should die Philadelphia. The now laboratory of the Mechanical Engineering Department of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania was formally trans ferred to the trustees. The Law Committee of Councils con sidered tbe propositions of compromise made by the various street lailway com panies against which there are claims for street paving amounting to $400,000 Tho State Fenoibles celebrated the eighteenth anniversary of their organi zation by a street parade. The body of Katie Ziegart, the Lan caster girt, whose death is supposed to have been caused by a criminal operation, will be exhumed to-day, and an autopsy will be held by Coroner's Physician Mattern Superintendent Brooks and his assist ants prepared a program for the school children, who will assist in celebrating the Fourth of July. Tho mourners of the Library Commit tee decided to recommend the establish ment of Branch No. 4, Philadelphia Public Library, at Manayunk. New officers were elected by the Ameri can Climatological Association and the visiting members were tendered a com plimeutary dinner. The last session of the American Philosophical Society Congress was held. There was a brilliant hop at Bryn Mawr for the benefit of Bryn Mawr Hos pltal. The one hundred and forty-sixth nual convention of the Lutheran Minis terium of Pennsylvania held its second day's session. Council's Fourth of July sub-commit tee met last night at Select Chamber and opened bids for fireworks display. Pennsylvauia. Governor Pattison vetoed the Farr compulsory education bill. Dr. Weber, who has been Investigat ing the Ilea peat in Lancaster county, thinks the coming of serious disease may be portended. Officials of the Board of Agriculture do not credit this A verdict of murder iu the first degree was found against Charles Halyards at Carlisle There will be a struggle between the Robinson and Cooper factions of Chester county to name tbe chairman of tbe County Committee The Moravian synod continued its sion at Bethlehem. .in - 868 - Large l and Sales. Since last fall, when the Washington atreet bridge was commenced, building lots on the north side of the Brandyw! have been selling very rapidly, upwards of $50,000 worth having changed bauds in there few months. The Crestou Land and Improvement Company whose lots are close to the bridge and boulevard, are offering fr an one to four squares of their best ground at prices which wonld enable purchasers to realize handsomely. They have about eighteen squares in their tract. Send your carpets to tho Electric Car pet Cleaning and Upholstery Works, 409 Orange St. Phone. 905. Bader Si Conway. Contracts taken for painting, graining —Imitate Hard wood-Marble to deceive experts. Cheap, durable. 301 W. 7th St. !*.«• new HAVE YOU HAD THE GRIP? I WJm Wéit m rs'J? ! '■ 7 f » N i Wm % u « 1 m : WA ' 1 L - ■ V / -ûy ■Æ S I v* m A / • '.Æ « m à •N, W [gj • ■ â » w v\i f 1*2® 'A • ■ v' ». i Mk ■ m: • \ tOinfrW' m 'Vi ,v tv» 'Mi.-. \ oN Tbe orthodox old school doctors con sidered disease an organized enemy which etrrled on an actual warfare within the body. Heroic remedies, powerful pills and pellets, were, tnere fore, hurled like shot and shell to dis place the invisible enemy. The belief to day is that disease Is a delicate organization out of gear and working with friction. Have yon had the grip? Has it left you weak and nervous? Then you know what disease is. You need something to rob the nerves of irritability, and make the system capable of making vigorous, ruddy, healthy blood, Then above all things, use Paine's celery compound. Thousands of people have set their stamp of approval on it. It is in the line of progress. Its dis coverer recognized that weakness, lass! tude and lack of energy mean that more nervous force is being used than Is pro duced. Paine's celery compound will make you well if you are weak. Here is a receut letter from Mr. Ransom Phillips of Addi son, N. Y., enclosing a photograph of his sister, given above: "I have bought three bottles of Paine's celery compound for my sister. "She had a stroke of paralysis some three or four years ago, but she got better so that she was around. Then she had the grip, and it left her weak and nervous, with a bad c<*igh. She was reading some of the letters from the prominent people about Paine's celery compound, and she mentioned it to me, and I told her she had better have some. 1 got her a bottle. She took this one, and when that was gone it had done her so much good that I went and got two more bottles. "I carried one of them home to my wife, who is quite nervous, and it also helped her." It makes people well. It cures where everything else fails. Try it and yon will be convinced. PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS, brushes, and everything found in a first-class Paint Store. House Painting and Glazing Done in all branches at shortest notice. JAMES M. BRYAN, NO. 107 WEST EIGHTH STREET. TELEPHONE 41)0. GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW UNION PARR At terminus of Front and Union streets Depot ■ TTJIESID-A-'Sr, SOUIb. Concert day and evening. The public are cordially invited. ADMISSION FREE, J. & C. FISCHER. 2 Over 94,000 in use. A. B. CHASE The wonderim Piano. MÂTIÜSHEK, SCHUBERT, I The most durable, The beat medium, NEW PARLOR ORGANS FROM $60 UPWARDS. Ev«ry Instrument Warranted for Five Years You do yourself an Injustice if you buy betöre seeing onr stock and getting our prices. . DEARBORN, BIS SHIPLEY STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. ESTABLISHED NEARLY 20 YEARS. CEO. E Branch of 1508 Chestnut Street, Phila. ' K V'' r* i p r o • W o % FOR SALE BY THOS. McHU GKEî î Exclusive Agent for Delaware, NO. 13 MAKKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. Teleohono 620 . When ready for SPRING you are your OUTFITS Spring outfit or any part of it we want you to come to Sixth and Mar ket. Once here we think you'll want to come again—at least we do our beat to treat you that you will. The best treat ment—reliable goods at consist ent prices—you'll always get. Clothing, Tailoring, Furn ishings, Hats and Shoes are t ur departments, each one with a complete stock, embracing all that is new and desirable. The Clothing Department is especially attractive At *10, *12 and *15 we offer an excel lent line of suits of cur own get up. M JAMES T, HULLIN & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Market, Wilmington. REFRIGERATORS. The most complete line of Refrigerators to he found in the city can be seen at our store. We received in the early part of the present week fifty different styles. The de mand that they have been met with is surely wonderful. One of the specialties we handle is the celebrated Sterling Re frigerator. This is made of solid oak and lined with heavy galvanized iron. It has a per fect interior circulation of cold dry ait and. is supplied with strong and heavy galvanized iron shelves and extra false bottom under ice chamber. There is no danger from acci dental leaks or condensation dripping in provision chamber. It is simple in construction and easily cleaned. This, of course, is only one of the many makes we carry. We also have in stock a fine and extensive line of BABY COACHES. These are superior in make and finish to any that have been before found on the market, having been made especially to our own order. They are elegantly upholstered and supplied with the lightest of running gear and latest improved springs. WM. McELWEE N.W. Cor. 5th and Shipley Sts. Open every evening. NEGLIGE SHIRTS. All New Goods, New Col orings, New Patterns. AMONG THEM ARE: Those with two collars and separate cuffs. All our 81.no and $1.25 class (laundrled) at 85 cents. . . The Silk aiul Madras (soft) jl.SO each. ....... Our Special Ijiundrleil Per cales — blues, pinks and lights, 76 cents. The Cheviots. Crepes, Sa teens, Percales lights and darks, SO cents each. . . All made to onr order, from the SO cent kind np. . . . WYATT âL CO. MEN'S FURNISHERS, 603 MARKET STREET. ETTEB LOOK your wardrobe and aee If there are not •one garment« which. If properly Cleaned and Dyed, will be good aa new. B over % 7 I A. T. BOBNOT, T10 iUKKET HT