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AFFAIRS ON THE RIVER.
T. A. B. Men Arrange a Big ; Field Day at Pennsgrove. G ALLION, THE FJBGEB, IN JAIL. Hark Alexander Black Fa..«-. Ont for llrtwll With Manager (J. Knowles Mills of the New Castle Woollen Aboaru—Two Kent County Girls Pleas antly Fntertalned-Preshyterlans to Go to Woodland Heath. Special Correspondence Evening Journal Nsw Caster, July 8. John Schultheis and James F. Me Ivor, of St.. Peter's T. A. B. Society went, to Wilmington last evening to ar range with the rest of the T. A. B Societies for a grand field day and ex enrsion to Pennsgrove, N. J., on Thurs day, August !1 The people from Dels ware City aud New Castle will go by the steamer Major Rey bold and the Hockessin, Ashland and Wilmington delegations by the steamer Ulrica lu addition to danc ing a game of baseball will be played and there will he a bicycle race, 101} yds dash, jumping, sack aud wheelbarrow races, and a collar aud elbow wrestle between two 100 pound weights. One a New Castle man and the other a Warren Athletic Clnb man. This is the first union field day ever held by the T. A. B , people and as the fare will be low. it is expected that crowds will be present. of 1 entertaining Two \ Isitor». A number of young men and women attended an evening eocial last night in honor of Misses May aud Eva DiiUainel. of Kent county, who are the guests ot the Misses Shaw. Among those who helped to entertain were: Albert E Wilson, Miss Anna Mohlen, Harry Y. Jemison, Miss Lizzie Wise, Walter Bacon and others, of this city ; William Watson, Lex Wolcott, of Dover; Walter Hanson, of Wilmington; Miss Kit a HolTecker, of Philadelphia ; Miss Fllu Gaze, of Salem; the Misses May aud Eva Dullamel. Mr. Knowle»'» Ship I'll»»«» Out. At t Q o'clock last evening the hark Alexander Black, upon which Is George Gray Knowles, general manager of the New Castle Woolen Mills, passed out to sea. Mr. Knowles said farewell hastily yesterday morning and left New Castle, not expecting to return for at. least six months. Inspector Kiggs will probably succeed Mr. Knowles as manager during that time. More Train Concerts. Passengers in the rear car on the accom modation train to this city, last evening, were treated to a pleasant surprise in the form of a concert by a trio of sweet voices. Instrumental music was also brought into requisitioh. The contralto seemed to have a hard time with the other two. "Little Birdie" aud "Down ou the Fafm" sounded real enchanting They made a few stops, but at the outer depot they stopped for "Ernest." Good Citizen» Gelting Out. Noble Donovan, an employe of the fouudry department of the Delaware Iron Works, has gone to Elizabeth, N J.. where be has secured a position, fortunately, many of New Castle's cltf zens are moving away, for when there is no work there is no pay. 111 Incldents of the Day. forger who "worked" eleven Wilmington firms w»» brought to this city last evening aud committed to jail In default of #4,000 ball for his appearance at court. Rev. T. E. .Martindale has arranged a special praise service to be held at the M. E. Church to morrow evening con siflting of choir music, readlugs aud a special address. The Presbyterian Sabbath school will give an excursion next Wednesday to Woodland Beach, on the steamer Thomas Clyde. The tickets are now on sale at Ferris's drug store. Castle at 0 a m. William Gallion, the Boat loaves New Personal Event«. Mrs. George Rockett and daughter and Mrs. James Harris and children left this morning to spend the summer in the lower part oT the state. 'Mrs J. Harry Stewart aud children are vUiting friends In St. Georges. Mr. and Mrs. James Clothier, who have been visiting Odessa friends, have re turned home. Miss Lizzie Riley, of St. Georges, vis ited New Castle friends on Thursday. Mrs. Nathan T. Hell and daughter, of Wilmington, were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs Charles H. Senttnan. Mrs S. J. Robinson, of Wilmington, is visiting relatives here. Myers Stewart, of Philadelphia, is the guest of his uncle, S A. Stewart. Mrs. David ■ Macallister, of Pbiladel S hta, ia visiting her parents, Mr. and ire. Ira Lunt. fit. Patrick's T. A. U. Picnic. Special to Evening Journal. Yorklyn, July 8 —The St. Patrick's T. A. B Soeiety, of Ashland, will hold its annual picnic in Mullin's woods on July 22. An orchestra has been engaged aud a successful event is anticipated. The Baltimore and Ohio railroad pay car passed over the Landenberg brauch to-day. Conductor James Allison has returned to bis duties on the Landenberg branch from a few days' vacation. Saturday, July H V» T e will give to all purchasers of 1-pound Baking Powder a beautiful palace berry set consisting of seven pieces. Grand Union Tea Company, No. 609 King street. Blood Poisoning Sirs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very intelligent lady of Piqua, Ohio, was poisoned while assisting physicians at an autopsy 6 years ago, aiut soon terrible ulcer» broke out on her head, arms, tongueandthro.it. Her hair all came out. Her husband spent hundreds of dollars without any beuefit She weighed I hut 78 pounds, and saw no prospect of heip. At last she began to take Hood's fiarsaparilli and at onco improved ; could soon getont of tx-d aud walk. 8he says, " 1 became pertecUy cured by Mrs. M. E. O'Fallon. Hood's Sarsaparilla and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 tkhuiUs, e*t well aud do the work fur a largo «•njßy« My ca»o srem* a wonderful recovery and physician*« look at me In astonishment, aj filraoDt like ood raised from the Jeud." HOOO'8 PlLt-8 ilioold be in every family median* cheat. Once used, alwaya preferred. - IN will of K. tt ami 10 in. p. «45 Baking? L .Powder Msofuicly Pure A cream of tartar linking powder, all in leavening strength.—Latest states Government Food Report. „ ,, Roy A i. Hakino PowdbhC'o. 108 Wall St. N. V U. «lient United A. the p. p. by THE WORLD OF BASEBALL. At l.a.t Philadelphia I. In Flr.t rince a. the Ite.utl of » Victory and llo.tou'. Downfall—Heault«.| The tie for the first position In the .eigne race was broken yesterday, and the Philadelphias now have a clear title to the honor. They defeated the Chicagos, while the Bostons were badly trounced by the Pittsburghs. The Baltimores gave the Clevelands a rather sudden set back. The New Yorks were defeated by the LouiBvilles, and are now on even terms with the Cincinnatis for sixth place, with Baltimore but 'two points behind. The St. Louis Browns, by topping the Washingtons over for the second time, jumped into the ninth notch. O'Rourke's Senatorial warriors are not so fierce as they were about two weeks ago. The Brooklyns and Cinein nails were prevented from playing their scheduled game by raiu. The results were: Philadelphia, 18; Chicago, 10. Baltimore, 10; Cleveland, 5 Pittsburg, 8; Boston, 0 Louisville, 4; New York 3. St. Louis, il; Washington,8, Schedule for To-day. Louisville vs. NewYork, Cincinnati vs. Brooklyn, Pittsburg vh. Boston, Cleve land vs. Baltimore, Chicago vs. Pbiladel phia, St. Louis vs. Washington. 9; V. at H at 9 p# H H The Clmmpltinalilp lleroril. W. ?.. P.O. I .... :w hi .BIMS I Clnclnimt! w. t.. i*.o. 27 81 ,«N) It? 21 .HIN I Baltimore.. 31 80 .4M 84 £1 .Ml I HI. Uml».. On 22 .1177 I Wnehlngt'n 25 M .414 28 84 .404 II .4M I Louisville... 14 88 .20.'* Idiilada Boston Brooklyn. Cleveland Pit labu rg.. New York. ;w ,4:*> .5111 I Chicago. GROWTH OF A. O. U. W. Statistic» of Interest to XVnrkiiieu of III« New Delaware Grand I-edge. The report of the supreme recorder of the A. O. U. W, as presented at the Toronto session several days ago showed the following increase in membership and benefits paid since the institution of the ordar: 18<lil, 50 mem bers, uo benefits: 1870, 10O members, no benefits; 1871—250, l|t:i44 07; 1872—150, $3.800; 1873-1,200. #07.405 80; 1874 8,(130, #123,000; 1875-6,700, #174,000; 1870—9 033, #198.000; 1877—1C,310, #308. 303.28; 187H-85.830. :#030, 070 00; 1879—02 403, #1,064,906.04; 1880—70.248, #1,805,887 60; 1881—04, 223, #1,503,555 Hd ; 1882—07,385, #1, 703 0U8 34; 1883—110 200, #2,031.047.20; 1884—180,106. #9,1 HO, 120 80; 1885-143, 7110, #2,600,458 86; 1880-157,163, #2, 942 057; 1887—170.519, $8 408,287; 1888 —193,793, #3,985,088 10; 1889-210, 080, #4,158,708.33, 1890 -231,835, #4, 702,157.09; 1891—251,802, $5,807,588,54; 1802—276,152, $6,015,020.60; 1803-308, 575, benefits paid not stated. The total benefits paid out since the institution of the order were $41,670, 048 89. The average death rate per 1,000 members was 7 51 in 1879 aud 10 19 in 1892. In 1870 the average monthly disbursements of the beneficiary fund amounted $501,251.71. The total number of ap plicants for membership in the jurisdic tions not Including New York, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, Massachusetts aud Nebraska was 840. RECENT LITERATURE. The prosperity of Bine and Gray,which has been noteworthy even In this conn try of great successes in journalism, lias been signalized by tho publishers in tlielr July number. A new dress of type, extra Hue paper, and matter of surpass ing interest, as well as numerous excel lent Illustrations, mark the beglnuiug of the seoond volume. Among the more prominent features In the contents for July are symposiums on the battle of Gettysburg and Vicksburg, by well known survivors on both Sides. These articles are embellished with about, thirty engravings, all made especially for Blue and Gray. Tbe fiction and poetry is varied and interesting. The "Patriotic Youth's Department," is especially valu able this mouth, and the mission of Blue aud Uiuy—to serve as a supplemental reader in educational institutions—al ready meeting with hearty support from leading educators, will unquestionably receive unusual encouragement when this month's Issue is read —Patriotic Publishing Company, Philadelphia, "Muehlhaeueer Export" Beer bottled and delivered to families by P. Ebner. Telephone 012. Strawberry Seed Cauee» Death. Mahydei. Del., July 8 — A strawberry seed killed William Getty, of Temple ville. The little pellet, lodged In the veriform appendix aud all efforts to dislodge it proved futile. For several weeks Mr. Getty experienced no un pleasant effects, but recently his condi tion became suddenly serious. Appen dicitis developed and his death last night was tho result. to $88,740 41; in 1892, Launch of a Fine Steam Yacht, Chester, July 8.—The steam yacht Emeline was launched from Roach's shipyard to-day. _ The sight was wit tiesaed by about oOO people. The Kmellne is 108 feet over all, 16 feet 0 Inches beam, and 6 feet 8£ inches depth of bold, with a displacement of 60 tons, and is schooner rigged. Bhe has triple expansion en gines. _ . Worth Five Dollars Cut this clipping out and it will be re ceived by the Creston Land and Improve ment Company as $5 cash, with a first payment ou a building lot at Creston. if presented on or before July 15, 1893. Lots 20 feet front, 125 feet deep for $200, if bought at once. Terms $10 cash and balance in easy monthly payments. Five per cant discount allowed for all cash. Call or send for circalars and plots at office, No. 712 Market street. Dr. Q. Hoegelsbergnr, the oculist, has opened his store at 816 Market street, and will be pleased to see his maDy patrons. The goods are of the finest quality and Bell at exceptionally low prices. Every glass guaranteed to suit. Eyes examined free. "Muehlhaeuser Export" Beer bottled and delivered to familles hy P. Ebner. Telephone 512. THE CITY CHUECHES H«*v. David Ho want, formerly ofthleolty officiate at St., «lohn*« Church to-morrow. Trinity Churrh, Delaware avenue ami Adams ntreet. K®v, II Ashton Henry, rector, Sorvlnw at 7..'Wand lu MU a. m. ami 7.4T» p. in. St. Andrew'* Church, anuthwcHt corner hitfhth and Shipley streets, Itev. Charles Murray, rector; Servicen at 10 MO a. rn. ami 45 p. m. Second Baptist Mission, corner of Fourth French streets; Sunday school at 2 p. nt.. preaching at 7.45p, m. by Rev. J, J. Bullen, pastor. North Mission Bethany Baptist, Lincoln street, near Delaware avenue; preaching at MU a. m. and 0.45 p. in.; .Sunday school at 9 a. and 2 p. in. St. Stephen's English Lutheran Church, Tatuall street, hclnw Klghth. Kev. Lewis .1. Bickel, pastor; services at 10 MO a. m. and 0.<k) in.: Sunday school at 9.1ft a. in. Calvary I*. K. Church, corner of Third and Washinaton streets; servic es at. lO.UOa. rn. and it. in.: Sunday mliool at 9 a. m.; i>mu'hii>tr Rev. Jam«« A. Weh ton, of North Carolina. Second H*i>ti*t Church, Ninth and Franklin street*, Rev. K. H. Cook, I». D., I'reachinK at 1U.Ö0 a. in. T uniiK* and addre**«** at night, H p. m. Preaching at Lonirwond unwillig by Rev. F. Hinckley each Sunday morning at 10a. in., during the month of July; subject for Sunday, 9th: "The Poet Vision," At Olivet Presbyterian Church the services to-morrow will he a* follows: PrcachinK at 10.80 a. in , and H p. in.; Sunday *chool at 2 iu.; young people's prayer meeting at 7 m. Rev. B. F. Jester will open the < hatiel In Browntown. at Fifth avenue and Brown street, which has recently beeu purchased by M. I*. Church, to-morrow Afternoon, and will preach at 8 p. ni. ('entrai Presbytorian Church, Sunday, July !.. MMtohlag at I». in., by Rev. J. M. Md.; prayer meet In« of paMor. National services. Sunday school at 9.<JUa. 10.80 a. in. and «.45 Elensgle. of k Ik ton, I*. S. ( '. K. hi 7.45 |i m. Seventh Day Advontlsts* mooting* In Rad Man's Hall, No. 515 .shlpley street, on Hunday 9.80 ii. m., and on Hat unlay at 10 and II a. in.. Elder 8. J. Hersum. pastor. Fubject for Hunday: "la the End Near?" Churrh of the New Jerusalem, corner Dela ware avenue and W afdiluKtou street. Rev. I». Calml 1, pastor; service at 10.MO a. in,; ser mon on "Who Are With Us and Who A«a^ist UsV" After this service the church will la? closed till September 8, First M. P. Church, Seventh street below 'Walnut, Rev. B. F. Jester, pastor, preaching 1« 80 a. in., and 7.45 1 ». in ; Sunday school at a. m., snd 2 p. m ; Christian Endes vor, « 45 ni.; » lass meeting on Tuesday evening ami prayer meeting on Thursday evening. East Lake Preshvterlan Church, corner of Thirtieth and Maulson streets. Rev. .1. Edgar Franklin,pastor. Preaching at 10.80 a. in., "Preacher of Righteousness." Twilight services at 0.80 p. m., subject: '•Anchors.'' Hunday school at 2p. in. llauover Preshj terlanChu ch;services con ducted by the pastor. Rev L. Marks, morning and evening; «pedal address in the morning by the members of the Union Veteran Legion of the U. A. R.. "The American Idea.'* I ('hristian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m. . yirst Presbyterian Ohnrch, Market si below Tenth, Rev. J. It. Milligan, pastor; 1ST 80 a. m„ communion service: 2 p. m* Sunday school; 7 1 ». in.. Society of Christian Endeavor; p. m., preaching l»y Rev. F. H. Short, of llairihon Street M. E. Church. West Presbyterian church, corner of Eighth and Washington streets. Rev. A. N. Keigwin, pastor; preaciilng services at 10.80 a. m., uml p. in., by Rev. H. 1). Ureigg, pastor of the Twelfth Presbyterian . subject; the Church, Baltimore, Md.: Humlav school at 2 p. m.; Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Foot! M. E. Church, Seventh and Spruce streets; preaching by the pastor; Bev. John France, at 10.:» a. m , and ?.4fi p.m.; Hundivy school ill l>.!K> a. m.. and a p m.; Willing Worker prayer service at 8,30 n. tn.; Epworth League pra'se serviee at 11.30 p. in : in tho evening service (lie pastor will use tlie black board. The Rerviuaa at Anbury M. E. Ohnrch to morrow will bo a* follows: Preach in« at 1U.H0 a. in., by Rev. J. 1). C. Hanna on "Tlie Burn ing Bash;" non« Korvlee and half-hour home nermon at 7.J10; MUhjçct, "The Good Wife;'* Sunday nclicol at ~ p. in. Chrlntiau Endeavor n aver meet i 11 « at 8 p. coder. m., Allred Willing, Union M. E. Church, Fifth amt Washington streets, Mev. K. L. Hubbard, pastor; services to-morrow, Children'» Day. l 'rayer meeting ut U a. in. ttml Humlav school al li.l&a m.; vices at 111.311 a. in., Humlav school atkp. ni; Epworth League meeting at 1146 p. m.; preaching at 7.46 p. m, * Epworth M. K. Church, corner Tenth and Immhanl slreecs, Hev. Isaac Jewell, pastor; 30 a. m. praise errvlce led hy william > 1 . 8mUb;1080 a. m., sermon, subject: oal Life;"8 p. in., Sunday school; n 46 p.m ., Kpworib la-ague service: 7 46 p. m.,sermon, subject: "One Woman's Wisdom." lb-formed Episcopal Church of the Be. demu r, corner of Eighth and Monroe streets, Mev. Thomas J. Mason, rector; servie 10 :K> a. m. and 7.45 p.m.; subjects--Morning, •'Apostolic Preaching." evening: "Condemned by the People;" Hunday school al l* a. m.; Christian Endeavor at 0.46 p. in. Brandywine M. K. Church, corner Twenty sreond and Market Btroets. Kev. John P.Oils, pastor. Sunday school al Oa. in. and S.16p. in.; cIhhh meeting at «30 a. m.; quarterly meeting sermon at 10.30 a. in. by Kev. James "onner. of Mt. Lebanon M. E. Church; twilight service at 0.30 p. m.: ten-minute sermon hy the pastor. Covenant Reformed Episcopal Church, Third ami West streets. Rev. C. F. lleu dricks. paslor; 10.80 a. m„ subject, "God's OmuliHdont Power;" 0.16 p. m., twilight ser vice, subject, "King Asa:" Young People's Associai hm cxrurahm to Cape May on Friday, July 14, on the steamer Republic. First quarterly meeting will he held at Bethel A. M. E. Church, Sunday July 9, Kev. \V. 11. Heard, D. D., pastor; 10 a. m., prayer meet ing hy Rev. J. Harris: 10.30 a. in., preach ing hy Kev. J. G. Yelser, B. 1)., of Chester, Pa.: 1 p. m„ preaching hy Kev. J. E. Brick house, and singing by the A. U. M. P. Church choir; 7 p. m.,Christian Endeavor praise »er vice, lecl hy Mr». J. I). Heard; 8 p. m., preach ing by Hev. H. Hirsh, and communion. Union A. M. E.Church, French street above Twelfth. Rev. William H. Guy. pastor. IJuarlerly meeting day. Sunday; preaching at 10.30 a. m., by Kev. Stephen Vrlsby of A'l-st Chester; preaching at :.'.:ki p. m., hy Kev. J. H. B. Hubbard; after which com munion will take place; Sunday school nt 1 30 p. m.: prayer meeting, #.30 p. m.; preaching al ? 30 p. m.; by ltev. J. F, Hnmsey. of West Chester, Pa. IT» "Hpirlt .4 ! V $ ü ONß ENJOYS Both the method nnd résulta when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant tnd refreshing to the taste, nnd acts S enily yet promptly on the Kidneys, liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers nud cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the tasto and Yptahle to the stomach, prompt in ts action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most Healthy and agreeable substances, its liny excellent qualities commend it > ml and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand wih cure ac . pro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any vbstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FHAUCISCO. CAL . loumiu, nr. Hm row. *,&. EARLY NEWS SUMMARY. Riotous Paris Workmen Again Attack the Police. MANY MOEE DEAD IN THE WEST. Additional Detail, of the Dlaa.troa, Tornado—Supreme Court Justice Die. at Newport—South Carolina l.liiuor I.aw Declared to Ile , I m ount It utlonal. Laborer» Attack Tlielr Paymaster. The riotous workmen of Paris began their démonstrations again last night, attacking the police and military near Place de la Repnbliqoo. They were driven hack after repeated charges by the police. The workingmen,who are now rioting in Paris, have sent out an appeal request ing all workingmen throughout France to join lu a general strike. More Tiding. From the Tornado. It lias been learned that the terrific tornado passed through the counties of Cherokee, iiueua Vista, Pocahontas and Calhoun, in Iowa. In Pomeroy fifty three lives were lost, seventy five were fatally injured, nud in Foiula, Alta, Quimby, Cherokee, Storm Lake, Aurelia the dead ranged from two to over twenty. South Carolina Liquor l.aw lYicou.tltu tlonal. Judge Hudson, at Darlington, 8. C., Issued a permanent injunction restrain ing the State Dispenser from opening the dispensary at that point. lie declares the new liquor law unconstitutioual, and adds that anyone opening n dispensary will do so in violation of law. 50,000 Now and 70,000 In Three Years. Chancellor von Caprivi introduced the new armyjbill into the Reichstag. The bill is based 'on the Hueue compromise, which provides for increasing the army by 50,COO at once, reaching 70,000 in three years. Another Honten C lue Found. Dr. C. H. Lloyd, of Rome, N. Y., an nounced that lie found a letter in that city addressed to Lawrence Carpenter, Albany, N. Y., which seemed to connect the addressee with the Borden murders. Seven Hundred Wronged raliorors Rebel. Captain J. C. Freeland, who had a sab-contract near Pittsburg, failed to pay his 700 Italian laborers, aud was besieged in his honse. He assigne.d the contract to an Italian lawyer and a truce is declared. I'enn.)Ivaut»'. Warring Commis. loners. An excited meeting of the Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania World's Fair Commissioners was held at Chicago ' Commissioner Farquhar declared that he had been misunderstood. Pattisou counselled a peaceful settle ment. ' Probable Congre.» Committeemen. General Bingham will probably Ire retained on his old committees In Con gress; McAletr will go on Naval Affairs: O'Neill be unchanged, aud BrosiuB will remain on the Banking Committee. To Kxainine a I'ol.oned Woman's Stom ach. An examination is to be made of the stomach of Mrs. Mason, a member of the Hightstown family^poisoned by colored servant girl for revenge. Clntcbed Hr a Drowning Girl. Charles Bond saw Ivate Donohue fall in an epileptic fit In the surf at Atlan tic City and wont to her aid caught his only arm aud life guards had to save them. Supreme Coart Jn.tlce Dead. Governor the .She Justice Blatchford. who was appointed to the Supreme Court bench by Presi dent Arthur in 1882, died at Newport last evening in his 73d year. •) oe Visits the President. Joseph Jefferson, the comedian, called on President Cleveland at Buzzard's Bay. He said that the President was suffering from no serious affection. Georgian» Want the I.nw Repealed. The At laut a, Ga., Clearing Honse passed a resolution declaring for the repeal of the Sherman silver law and for a dollar containing 100 cents worth of silver. ln«i»tliiK on Uncle Haul's Rights. E. J. PhelpB continued his address before the Behring Sea Tribunal at Paris. He Insisted on the rights of the United States to protect and preserve the seals. Thank* for K!ndne*«es to Mr*. Davis# Francis S. Barton Camp, United Con federate Veterans, of Florida, passed res olutions thanking Mrs. Grant for her kindness to Mrs. Davis. •fefl'tinton Gentlemen can increase their incomes by soliciting life insurance for the largest, strongest and best company in the world. Apply to Anson À. Maher, Manager Equitable Life, Equitable Building, city. Cummings the Photographer, 80S Market street. ITEMS OF INTERE8T. Hostess—"What ilo yon think of the popu lar fad of wheeling, Mr. Bridger?" Brooklyn Man—•'It'» my favorite recreation—and. If I do say it myself, our hahy-rarrlapc handsomest one on the block!"—Puck. Are You Nervous, Are you all tired out, do you have that tired ledlngor sick headache? You can he re lieved of all these symptoms hy taking I land's Sarsaparilla which gives nerve amt bodlly »I length. Hood's Pills arc easy in action. is the \\ eMlake—"W a* Miss Hittit ( harmed with your account of your flubinu tripV'' Harkins— "> ery much, I think« for *lie «aid, 'How ro mantic!*"—Puck. Enjoy the Rav Urerxcs at Ray Ridge Sunday, July Oth. Yon go to Baltimore by rail and thence down the I'bUpbco river and Chesapeake bay on the palatial steamer Columbia. Boat ing. Ashing. I ml hing, «ailing, crabbing; soft crab dinner at Bay Ridge. Special train via H. AO. R H will leave Wilmington i.Market street I at 7 2« a. in., and Delaware avenue al 7.50, arriving at Bay Ridge at 11.4» a. in. Returning (all rail! train will leave Rav Rl.lge at , at 11.4» a. in. train will leave Day i«l*e at 5.80 p. ra., and arrive at Market st n et, Wilmington, at 8.15 p. m. Hound trip Trying to see $600 worth of World's Fair for fifty cents Is responsible fora good dec.l of nervous prostration nowadays.—Indianuoolis News. __ Weekly and 8unday papers, Davis m < 311 Market street. Satisfaction guaranteed on every truss ad justed by N. H. Danfort in graduate In Pharmacy, Seoond ami Market. Long ex perience, large stock. The country has a growing family of un fortunate newspaper men who are never »at lsiied without a red rag In their faces.—Balias Newa. Additional Train to Chicos» via. Balti more aud Ohio Railroad. To accommodate th, largely increased ! Ik^^ ''"Hd'iCFalr. the Raltlraore and Ohio Railroad Company. In addition to Its present three through trains, will place in "*By service commencing Monday, July #. another express train to Chicago, leaving fi* 1 ? 1 lustoa at 4.51 p.m., and running via. Pi Itsbutg and Akron, H. SICKNESS IS SIN. Rev. Father A. Ouellet Speaks for the Public's Benefit. /' ■ /A § /, : tvll) m m '// % mi m .. :::;0 m h 0M msAm ïâ ; ; i M mm 1 illfA SSS f I ! n mmm SIëéÉb \ ! . it Wih VI, . I i // S ,^s m : ; i\ À Jii /, *•! i A question of protection against con tagious aud infections diseases has al ways been of the most vital import ance. Modern medicine lays stress not so much on disinfectants aud deodorizers as on fortitylug the body against disease germs. We all encounter every day disease germs enough to kill us; but while the body is robust, we throw them off ; it's only when the system is sufficiently weakened and depressed that these deadly germs gain lod gment and the power of doing harm. Rev. A. Ouellet, an excellent likeness of whom is printed above, is one of the most popular and greatly respected priests in the lower provinces. His parish Is in New Brunswick. Like thousands of others he tried the great modern remedy first prescribed by Professor Phelps, of Dartmouth, the remedy that gives proper nourishment to ill fed nerves; that procures the sleep that makes brain aud nerves play their parts calmly and harmoniously ; that drives the poison germs of deep seated disease from the blood; that gives tone to the system, and consequently buoy ancy of spirit and happiness. He writes: "Of Paine's celery compound I can speak from experience, up with fever and rheumatic gout from January 5 till the middle of June, hence my system was fearfully run down. I was very thiu and so feeble that for several weeks I could not move along without help. I then began to take Paine's celery compound, according to prescription, and to day I am as fleshy and strong as I was ten years ago. "I do not say that I am radically cured as yet of my goat, but the attacks are much less frequent, in fact, 1 have not been one single day prevented from attending to my usual' work since that time. 1 therefore take pleasure in certi fying to the wonderful efficacy of that marvellous medicine. §"As a blood purifier it has no equal,and its beneficial influence on the digestive system cannot be questioned. In view of the facts I do not hesitate to advise sick persons to give Paine's celery com pound a fair trial in the various ail ments for which it is recommended." Paine's celery compound Is unques tionably the greatest remedy of modern times. It is abreast of the most recent medical thought und investigation con cerning dyspepsia, billiousuess, liver complaint, neuralgia, rheumatism, kid ney troubles, and nervous diseases. I had been laid PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS, Brushes, and everything found in a lirst-class Paint Store. House Painting and Glazing Done in all branches at shortest notice. JAMES M. BRYAN, NO. 107 WEST EIGHTH STREET. TELEPHONE 400. CEO. E. DEARBORN'S OLD RELIABLE 515 SHIPLEY STREET, WILMINGTON. ESTA BLISHED NEARLY 20 YEARS. Branch of 1508 Chestnut Street, Phila NEW STOCK. ^ NEW PRICES. ^ TERMS TO SOIT. tr EVERY INSTRUMENT GUARANTEED. STOECKLE'S BOTTLE BEER CAN BE HAD OF P. EBNER and FOORD BOTTLING COMPANY. QUEEN * CO. OF PHILADELPHIA SEND THEIR | I . EYE SPECIALIST To WILMINGTON EVERY FRIDAY. J Ho will be found at «16 MARKE r ST., from 9 a. m. to 5.30 if p.m. Persons who haveheadache, or whose eyes are causing y discomfort, should call apnn tlielr specialist, and they will r receive intelligent and skillful attention. NO CHARGE examine your eyes. Every pair of Glasses ordered la guarac teed to be satisfactory. y to CLOSED Beginning July 10, we will close cven t Tues aturdays e have done EVENINGS ings e.xcep davs end Si at 0 o'clock, this for several years during the dull summer aud winter months and find we have not lost any trade by it, and our young men, as well as ourselves, greatly ap preciate the evenings we get for a few weeks. We are almost through stock-taking and there are bargains every where. Come in and see them. JAMES T. MULLIN & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Market, Wilmington. ROSS No. 210 i Market Street Has just completed another addition to his store, and now has a fine,well lighted room, 108 by 25 feet, with five large elec tric fans, patent cash and check system, etc. Oar assortment of STRAW HATS Is now complete in all the latest styles for men, boys and children. We have the largest stock of Summer Shirts ancl Underwear in the city ; also an elegant line of Neckwear in teck scarfs, fancy bows, etc., at 25 Cents. Yon are cordially invited to visit our improved store and inspect our new goods. ROSS, 210 Market St. Bas For Fuel. Gas is low In price, while coal Is very high. Gas stoves are well adapted for heating houses in the spring aud saving heater fires. Gas ranges are excellent for cooking aud heating bath water. "Backus" Gas Heaters and many others are quite ornamental. „ GAS FOR LIGHT. "Welsbash" Gas Lights make a lovely pure white light and are very desirable for reading, etc-, etc. Samples on hand. As the gas sold in this city all conies from one gas holder all mnst be equally good ; If unsatisfactory in any house the cause must be to the pipes or fixtures and complaints should at once be made to the GAS OFFICE. WM. B. SHARP & CO ■f MOURNING AND BLACKJFABRICS. Henrietta, Clairette | Couvent Clotb, Hhadamra Frlcotine, ArdmureRJ Mervllleox, Satin d'I.ron,| Cashmere, X'inline Clotb, ; Man's Veiling, Priucetta,Sl Drap d'Alma, Satin Luxor, Courtlauld Crapes, Gro» Grain Rhadxamlr. The Best Black Goods to Bay. The Best Black Goods to Vear. The Best Assortment Here. Fourth and Market Sts. A COOL SUM- Should be worn these warm days MER SHIRT These Negligee Shirts are more in demand this summer than before. We are selling all ever our #1 and 81 25 qualities of Negligee Shirts at 95 cents. You should see the qualities and designs which we are offer ing at this price. WYATT tL CO. ■IKN f 8 FURNISHER8, 603 MARKET STREET. We Laundry Collars for ONE CENT. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK I WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE. The finest place In the city to get a Oup o French Drip Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate, Pies Sandwiches, No long waiting. ICE CREAM, ALL FLAVORS. NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET, C, B. HOLT, Proprietor. I