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the the ing Mo is ly at Mr. and Mrs. William M. Palmer, who were recently married, gave a wedding reception last night at their home, No, 1822 King street. The evening was «pent in vocal and instrumental music, aud dancing. Refreshments were served in abun- ! dance. Mr. aud Mrs. Palmer received a number of handsome gifts. Among those present were: Mrs John Palmer, Misses Saille, Alice and Amanda Palmer, John W. Todd aud wife, Dr. John Palmer and wife, Win field S. Palmer, Miss Mattie Palmer, Mrs. Charles Sturgiss, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grubb, Miss Ilettie Or mond, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Jacobs, Mrs B. 0. Wells, Mrs. Kate C. Whlt craft, Mrs. Julia S Wingate, Harry Mor row, Mias Bertha Wingate, Miss Laura Palmer, Edwin B. Palmer, Miss Sadie Palmer and Charles B. Palmer. Miss Mattie Thomas, of this city, Is visiting friends at North East. Miss Cora Griffith, of this city, is visit ing fiiends in Chester. E V. Rivard and family, of Marcus Hook, have been visiting friends'in this city. Mrs. Nellie Maxwell, of Wilmington, is spending two weeks with Miss Alice Hoopes, at Claymont. Miss Gertrude Bright, of this city, is sojourning at Rehoboth. James Barns, of West Chester, has been spending a part of his vacation in Wilmington. James Eberhardt, the well-known musician and member of Hyatt's Military Band, left here yesterday morning over the Baltimore aud Ohio railroad for Chicago where he will spend a month at the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Chairs, Mrs George P. Baker, Mrs Alexander Chairs and Mrs. Harmau went to (Atlantic City yesterday for a week's visit. | Miss Flora Miller, Miss Sweeney and Miss Nan Kelley returned home last evening from a week's trip to Atlantic City. Joseph L Carpenter, 5r., went to Re hobolh to day to see his sou Frank, who is ill. Charles J. Campbell will go on a fish ing trip on the lower Delaware. C. G Turner, of this city, is enjoying life at Ocean Grove. Mr. and Mrs. James Ball, of this city, are at Atlantic City. Miss May Armstrong, of Fair Hill, Md., who has been visiting friends on West street has returned borne. John I. Carter aud tyife, of Chatham, Pa , worein Wilmington yesterday,; Edwin Valpy, of London, registered at the Clayton House yesterday. Deputy Collector Thomas F. Gormley is spending two weeks at Atlantic City. Eugene C. Hesslon is at Neveralnk Mountain. John Jarrell, of this city, is visiting Mrs. W. 0. Wright, at Harrington. Mrs Robert N. Pippin,and Mrs Newton Pippin, of Wilmington, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samnel Pippin, at Mary .lei. Miss Angee Gray, of thia city, is visit ing Mrs . T. K. Jones, at Dover. William A. Riley, of this city, ie spending a few days with friands in Dover. • , Mrs. James W. Ware and daughter, Mrs. McClymont, are spending several days at Cape May. Mrs. J. Harvey Spruance, of this city, and sister Mrs. G. Howard Smedley, of Denver, Col., will go to Atlantic City next week. Irwin Bice will go to Dover on Thurs day. Mrs. S. A Bice aud son Harry * are visiting relatives in Oxford, Md. Mrs. Christina Hellings, son Eddie and daughter Bessie, of Wilmington, are spending a few days at the resideuoe of ex-Senator Vandegrift, at Eddington, l'a Toulson Bedwell has returned from a visit t. friends at Bridgeville, Del. J. H. Hcffecker is in Philadelphia to day. Mrs. George Janvier has gone to Ocean City, N. J to upend a month bepnty Clerk of the Peace Janvier will join her there on Saturday. • Mr and Mrs. Michael Byrne, and Miss Ella Byroe have gone to Atlantic City for two weeks. T e Germania Sin Society, an organization under the leadership of PfnlllWI C B Rhoades, will give an electric car ride on the 29th of this month. Elwood Ros», of tbii elty, I« vlQt.Joff bis tiucle Dr. J. V. Kuotis at Bempietou, HI Sheriff Peirce Qauld, Fiank Clyrner, Htlptin Dowping.W. C. Martin aud Mr Ta I my went to Gloucester ti-!»y to wlt u' *fi the Tacos. Constable Hnrluck U down tlie Dela ware fishilig. Samuel K. Uobbiu» »nd wife, of Mooreelowb, N. J., were ia Wilmingttm to-day Doing» of College Town Folk. Bpeclal Correspondence Evening Journal. . Newark, Aug. 10 -Straw-rides are f very popular here On Tueedav evening two large wagons filled with young women aud men made the town lively with their songs. Miss Ella Todd visited friends in Elkton, Md , this week. Mrs. John M. Browu accompanied by her sister, Mies Molli» Falla, of Elktou, are sojourning at Atlantic City Mrs. Dr. Laures. of Philadelphia, is visiting H. B. Wright and family at the l-.ast Rad. . Plot. Geo. A. Horter aud wife left for World's Fair yesterday morning ou B & O John N. Spencer, of Dubois. P*., vlhlted friends here this week Miss Lillian Armstrong, of CoocVu Bridge Is enjoying the breezes at Cape May. Mrs John L. Davis and son, of Balti more, are vlsitiug Jonn L. Frick and family. Robert Gregg, one of our ojd citizens, suffered a slight stroke of paralysis a few days ago. John R Perry, of Philadelphia, is visit ing his relatives here. AMUSEMENT8. New People's Theatre, This evening and to morrow evening the attraction at the New People's The atre will be Helen Russell's Company of fun makers in the successful Burlesques Mo ute-Christo and the Merry Female Club. A number of novel and striking specialties are seen. The features of the performance are the enchanting Dance, the Alsatian Lady Trio and the mystifying Minor Dance. The bill is a particularly appropriate one for the warm spell and as the New People's is a delightfully cool theatre there will be a large attendance. Among the successful productions of this season is ' Master and Man" a sen sational melo drama by glmm's and Pet tit, authors of ' Hoodman Blind," "The Lights o' London," etc. It has already stood the test of a fifty nights run at Palmer's Theatre, New York, w liefe it was not only well teceived by the public out in addition, was credited by the press with having made a distinct success. The play while of a sensational order said to have a well defined and decided ly interesting plot which is well told. The big scene of the play Is showing the interior of the iron mill In full blast at niçht. "Master and Man" will be preseuted at the New People's Theatre for one night only Monday, August 14th. of Polish Florida uu Wheels, The Flori a Exposition car, which Is side tracked near the B. & O. station, at tiacts many visitors, and the general commen' 1# that the exhibition of the state's products and curiosities is well worth seeing. Many kinds of wood, all native in Florida are shown. Live alii gator« are to he seen, varions kinds of hides, and a number of skeletons and fos hi La The agricult urml display le large and Interesting the beautiful grasses grown in that region being particularly worthy of meutioii. An enormous «pong«, seven feet in circumference. Is to be seen. Fruit of every variety grown in the state is exhibited. The visitor will be astonished to learn what a school cf in formation concerning the land of flowers this "rolling palace ' is. The car affords one of the most complete ex hibitions of the kind ever shown by any stare. \V. S. Webb, who has charge of the car, Ib a very courteous and well in formed man, who takes pleasure of im parting his extensive knowledge of Ftoiida and her products to those who desire to learn. A visit to the car is sure to repay the caller. SUCCESSFUL FISnERMEN. Won th« Prlcel«»» Prix«» of Thfiae Whi the Grurge Washington FI ah log C'iali. As a result of the day's sport and con teat Among the members of the G W. F. C , on its annual excursion, the follow ing awards were made* The Rex Diamond, to Lewis B. Mor « . j .I « ■ . _ row who was voted the handsomest man on the boat. The Buzzard's Bay headlight to Victor Thomas for catching the largest toad fish a special prize to J. L. Press, of York lyn, for catching an eel. Silver mug to Jicob Bntz for catching three toad fish. An elephant ink well to Captain Charles H. Smith by the unanimous vote of the club. The Lawton prize, a clay statuette car rying a big jng, to Colonel Enoch Moore by vote of the club. The Adams prize, a split bamboo rod with line and real, to E. M. Hoopes by vote of the club. Two Assyrian vases to Dr. James H. Morgan. These vases were Blightly damaged, but Adams & Bro. have offered to exchange them for perfect ones Fishing outfit presented by Edward Melchoir. a bamboo rod and a duplex reel, to William Lawton by the club. The Morgan prize, an electrical enumer ator, to Charles Moore for catching the first jack. A breastpin to Frank Bailey Hare for catching no fish. A cluster of uncut stones presented by Fred Hilbiber to A. G iMcCausland. A big pound cake of excellent quality was presented to the club by City Coun cilman M. T Dannenberg. Two small cakes, also of excellent quality, were fished out of the b'g home made wheel barrow, tue gift of Ferris Giles A committee consistiug of Colonel Enoch Moore, C. F. Thomas, William Lawtou, L B Monow and E M. Hoopes, to arrange for a club banquet tr«s ap pointed. _ INFERNAL" REVENUE OFFICERS. .. Amos Staytoo to Succeed Deputy Collec tor Daniel Iturtou. It Is stated that Collector Murray Vandever, of the internal tevenue die trict of Maryland and Delaware, has de elded to appoiut two Delaware Democrats to surceed Republicans lu the Federal service. Atnoe Slayton will succeed Deputy ( ollactor Daniel Burton, of Mlllabero, Sussex ciunty about $1,5C0 a year, the term being four years. C. M. Lellch, an Eighth ward Repub lican, who ha« been gaugingr whiskey for Uncle Sam. will »con step down and out to make room for William S Knight, a Ninth ward Democrat. office is worth about $800 The office is worth The Association Hall Notes, A game of ball will be played at Rivervtew no Saturday. JTie tennis club has decided to lay out the court» for play. • The Rambling Club will play a game of basketball pu the Rivervtew grounds to morrow evening The mouthly meeting] will be bold next Tuesday evening. A special lit erary and musical program '.is beiug av tanged. The whole club took a pleasant run New Castle on Tuesday evening. At a recent meeting of the religious work committee it was decided to map out a program for the fall aud winter seasau beginning October 1. Secretary Dow will endeavor to secure many well kuown speakers from a dis tance. The membership committee will make a streuuous effort to double the member ship within the uext twelve mouths. is I —The Warren Cy cle Club will take a century l run to Dover aud return on August 2U. ( ir Lit- I THE TOLD OF BASEBALL. Morgen Proves m Perfect EnUras to the Unmnioo Bojs—The Interesting U-agup Pace. The great Riverton baseball team suc ceeded In defeating the Brownson at Front and Union streets, yest.rdav af ternoon, by a store of 7 to 2. The course the defeat was not beca se of the superior playing on part of the visitors, bat because the Drown*on hitters could not bit Bergen, the University of Penn sylvania and Cape May pitcher. Hag get ty did excellent work In the ceutre field for the Brownson as did also Fisher In left field. The Riverton features were Bergen's pitching, Nelllna's and Davis's battiug. The umpirlugof Allen did not give satisfactleu and both teams suffered as a result. The score: Brownson. Klverton. Earned runs—Riverton, 1. Two base hit—Winter. Three base hit. Nellius. Sacrifice hits—Fisher, Mullln. Bases stolen—Gormley, Ferguson, Campbell, Fisher, Davis, 2. Bases on balls—Off Bergen, 2. Struck out—By Foster, 1U ; by Bergen, 9 Left on bases—Browusou, 7; Riverton 0. Bit by pitched ball— Fester, Fisher, Carfrey. Passed balls — Thompson, 1 ; Davis, 2 Attendance— 250. Umpire Alien Time—Two hours. National League and American Asso ciation. It was the Brooklyns turn to defeat the New Yorks yesterday, but they only accomplished the feat because Ward's men played poor ball. The Bostons took another game from Washington, and both Philadelphia and Pittsburg won, so that the Smoky City team is still a few points behind the Quakers. Cleveland threw down the ..ouisvllles twice during the afternoon aud gained per ceptlb'y on Bnckenberger's players. The results: Brooklyn, 8; New Yotk, 7 Boston, 9; Washington, 2. Philadelphia, 6; Balti more, 8. Pittsburg, 8; Chicago, 7. Cleveland, 4; Louisville, 1. Cleveland, U; Louisville, 1. The Championship Record w. n. P.O. I Boston ...til 28 #86 i Cincinnati.. 41 45 .477 Pblliida .... fit 32 .#21 I St. Louis .. *''4# .4«5 Pittsburg. 54 84 «14 i Baltimore.. :<il 48 .14« Cleveland O 84 Un . Chicago. lift 53 .Ï96 New York. . 43 4* .184 Waahlngl'B 31 ft# lift# Brooklyn. 43 4ft 48t I 1 aiu iavtUe... 38 &2 .360 Kh- eli *11 frames To-day. New York vs. Philadelphia, a* the Polo grounds Washington vs Brooklyn at Washington. Baltimore vs. Bo»t<m at Baltimore. Chicago vs Cincinnati, at Chicago. Pittsburg vs Louisville, at Pittsburg. Cleveland va. 8t. Louis, at Cleveland .'.0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 - 2 i .0 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 X—71 w. l. r.c. Haaebwll Notes. The Razor Back Baseball Club defeated the Dauiitle8s;juniors for the second time yesteidav by the score of 26 to5. The Highland Club, of.Philadelphia, will contest against the Brownson, at Front aDd Union streets, on Saturday. Foster, cf the * Brownson team, will pitch at Asbury Park on Saturday. On minings the Photographer.tStE Market street. IÏIKD. RRIOHT—N»er St. Joseph'» Chnrch. on Âîî* 1 ® 1 daughter of James 0 . and CALLAHAN.—*n this city, on the «ih I net. Daniel F. Callahan, in the 31 year of hi. age OATHCART—In this city, on Augu»t 4, «** c * ral ' l aU '~ cart, RffM Ö )pRrh and ft montas, HAMILTON—In this city. on August 5, Martha Hamilton, aged titt year». HFHLEY—In this city August 7, Jerome, son of Jerome J. and Knma C. Herley. ageu 5 mouths. Lyn\h,°J^dVt ÿearo." y ' *' M1 " N ° rft i Relatives amt vifed to attend »hÄerö? I iu& b £rAv £?nTfg y -«it's o'clock. High mas» at St. Mary'» R. C. ofinreh. Interment at New Cathédral Cerne» *«•„„„ , . VI , . MURPHY—In thta city, on Saturdav. Aug u«t 6th, Mrs catiieiiue, win of wniiam Murphy, aged 14 years. MYERS.—In ibis city. August 0, Ellen, " He laUvea au o'« Die mi a' 'are ^rcMo-ct f u U y In ÂÏÂSÂ.rÂ; C. churonr''in, H crment n N:; ''pEThKS-O; the4thInstant. In the village of Christiana, Herlwrf Barto, infant son of Dr B. B. ai\d Mary E. Peter» aged 10 month». D I'.iî. ILLlp ^ _ J. n th, " city - on Aa,?ueta ' Elza Phillips, a«cd 88 years. SCHELLER— On August?, HenriettaSchel 1er. in her 60th year. THOMAS.-H 1 thte city, on August 10. Lil lian E . wife of Emmett L. Thomas. Relut vee and friends of the family arc In vited to attend the funer.l from the red deneeof her husb.nd. No. 419 North Jackson street, on Saturday morning. High mas. at « o'clock at St. Paul's H. C. Cliurcb. Inter ment at the New Cathedral Cemetery. THOMAS.—In this city, on the 9th instant. Marguerite, Infant daughter of Alexander F. d Fannie L. Thomas, aged 10 moniha and lllaia H* WILSON—In Ibis city, on August 4. istw, Harrlc-Egrnont, son of James C. aud Frances K. Wilson, aged 3 months. •U. Fifteen Years of Rucorssful Practice. DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL ROOMS 703 Market St., Wilmington, Del. Set of Teeth, #5.00. Beat Set, 88.00. . 2V TV»**h extracted.. With <*H8 or Air . . . Teoth fHttod with hlifrr f*Tr Tt*«*th Filled wit là AiukIkhiu Teeth Killed with Gold. Teetli cleaaed tor. fOc ... . fitlc *1 aud up . 7ftc Hone) well's Original and biieclal Made Gas and Vitalized Air for extracting teeth vrltli ■u; pain We guaraiitoe to do the liest and most sat L faetmy dental work at moderate prices, Olfice open 8 a. m. until » p. m. | GEO. M. FISHER, to J. T. CHANDLER. GEO. M. FISHER & CO., UNDERTAKERS, (Mice ami Residence, 714 Klug Street. George M. Halier. Practica! Embalmer and Funeral IRrecior, late with ihomaa Mitchell. Telephone Otft. H 1 D. T. KILLROY, Furnishing Undertake AND EMHALMKK, No HO Wc*t Seventh SI., Wilmington, Del Telephone Call 470, WM. B. SHARP <8c CO. Fourth and Market Sts. If you will only take your money out of your shocking?, strong- boxes and what-nots, there's plenty of things hereto invest in that will prove much more profitable to you. The sale of our pineapple cloths, those elegant summer fabrics has totaled nearly six teen thousand yards. We are selling daily from two to three hundred yards at the second reduction. One week more will end them, 9 cents from 25 cents. You may have been too late to get the white waists for 25 cents—there's a few yet and they might be your size. About tiliy parasols are more or less damaged by water from a leaky window. Here they are with the reductions: $2.150 ones for $1.25. $3 50 ones for $1.5'.). $2 00 cues for $1 00. $3 50 one# for $1 75. $2.75 onus for $1 00. *1 .50 ones for 75c. $2.50 ones for $1.00. $2,00 ou«« for $1 60 ones for 75c. 75c. Based according to the leak age. For driving or outing they might answer you well. Our fall importation of Nottingham Curtains are com ing in cheaper and better than ever, and we have a splendid line of these very desirable medium-priced window cur tains in many beautiful styles from 75 cents to $1.50 per pair. We shall offer another lot of imitation cherry and waluut window and door poles, includ ing ten rings, two brackets onH fwn pnHc for 12 ppnt<; dnu lVNU cnub lur 1 2 /* CCI,lb instead of 25. With them , , 'J ,, are a few handsome solid ash , . j c , WOOd poles and IlXtUreS 1H three and four foot lengths for the same price. Bring the correct sizes of your doors and willdOWS and We WÜl fit yOU • « p. « « (inp minlifv rtnlr*Q îiîifl Up lu 11116 (JUalliy pOlCS aUU fixtures for this very low . J price-Only abOUt IOO SetS. 1 WM. B. SHARP & CO. Fourth and Market streets. THE PLANS Are prepared for the altera tion of the store front and we invite bidders. We also invite everyone to visit us and look through our jjrand assortment of Clothing for Men and Boys. You can toss them around and try them on 'till you get some thing to your liking and fit. The goods are right and the prices are lower than they ■ -t. . ever were or ever Will be -, T , , , , i . acain. VVed rather sell them 'c* . . . now at a loss than be com ... II .1 r. oelled to sell them alter r ., - , they re soiled at, perhaps, J . * ' greater loss. b „ , , Store closed evenings except _ , j r- . , Tuesdays and Saturdays, Strictly one price and It dis satisfied with your purchase we will return your money. MAX EPHRAIM, N. Y. Clothing House. It AMIU'ROKKS. I I If you see any goods like ours thst you can buy for less than ours. Come Back and Get Your Mousy. If you see any goods elsewhere that you like better than ours. Come Back and get Your Money. E HAMBURGERS', 220, 223 Market Street. Just a Few Words About Serges. You know what they are; you know how nice and dressy a Butt they make, aud how serviceable they are; you know the comfort Id on, of them. But the price! That's what wu want to tell you. This week we will offer Our *10 Berge Bults fur * 7.60. Our *12 Serge Butts for ( 8.7ft. Our $15 Berge Bulls fur $18.50. Our $18 Berge Bults for $13.10. Mt'll'd I'd it! tiloolis. AlIAre still going at the reduced prices. $3.43 for Pants that sold for *6.00 aud *0.00. $3.86 for Pants that sold for *0.10 and $7.00. Children')* Suits.; L hotce of the house, (4.46 HAMBURGERS', 220-222 MaRKKT SIREkT. Hto;e open Tuesday night till 9 o'clock. A 34 D8K AIK NTH, FLORIDA ON WHEELS en route to the Wurld'e Fat-, wilt exhibit at Delaware Avenue Station. It. A O.. Wednes day, Thureday, Friday and .Saturday, August 9, io, ii and 12, 9 a. m, to 8 p. m. Admission 10 oU.; cbll lreu Sets.: to defray Incidental « xpensee. wanton b. w Kith, Special »Florida Cnniml «Innt r World'« Co lumbian Exposition, Director. New People 8 Theatre. ENGLISH PORTS. THE modern beauty show. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, AUGUST UI. 11. HELEN 9) Mondav, Aug. 1«, -3IASTK.lt and MAN." UNION PARK. MISS BKSHIK GILHKHT. EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING Until Further Notlne.7 UNION PARK. THURSDAY EVENING, A DOUBT 10. Benefit of Wilmln.ton Free Bath Association. Neapolitan Hand. .MISS litCSSIR GILBERT, (Queen of Cornetists.) The Delaware Sapngerbund. The lirownson Quartet. The Cftliinihia Glee Club. In a choice and varied program. ADMISSION IO CENTS. HELP WANTED. \\ at ONt K. HONEST AND » » bright young men and girls to wait ._ Andre«« O. B., this office. _ ANVAsNEHS wanted. (»ALARY AND commtnfclon to the right i*rtle«. Apply at the SINGER MANUFACl URINO COM PANY'S OFFICE, 'o. 811 Market «treet. on ■tore c FOR Ril.V. F OH 8 ALB.—ON KOK* .MILLS ICECREAM Machines with mixer, qane, tubs, etc., cheap. Apply UK We»t t welfth »treet. BPHIN—8 OKPORPT ITNlTIKS. _ TT'OR SALE-8TOCK AND FIXTURES r of Confectionery Store, also the old estab lished book end novel store at 2 H Fast Fourth street. Apply Clark's Store, ill) East Fourth st reel. BOARD AND ROOMS. LADY WISHES COMMUNICATING room« on second floor; no family. Ad ..I, - booms, t ht» utile*. _ \yr anted.-boakd by a young man IT in Catholic family, state terms etc. Sddr*»« A . H , Kveiling Journal. _ r 'OR KENT. SECOND STORY FI' It Mail ed rooms, with bath. Pleasant situai ion, t. rm- moderate. Apply lu* Weal Twelfth St. L'OR RENT - '1 Wo SECOND STgJM JP front rooms, commnnlcailng, wttriUf without boanl. All modern lmprovenieAtk. Ad West « earth street . ^__ L'OR RENT — FRONT ROOMS FOR r housekeeping and lodging, 311 Shipley 8t. OARDÊRS wanted at no. *i8 u est s treet. L'gR RENT.— TWO ROOMS COMMDN1 I eating, on second floor, furnished or un 1 Apply at N* Market street. W r ANTED. -BOARDKRts GOOD ACOOM mieTatlone No. P«t Eaat Fourth street. p UBUC 8ALE * _ or _ XMsÄ ÄÄ 1 * e * c ' , ' ,ireeU Monday Morning, August U, Ï 893 t at wm o'clock. The goods cnnelst of iiarlor. bedroom, dln Ing-ioom and kitchen furniture of all de- script Ions. French mahogany bedstead aud aqu«ntttyot antique malmganv furniture, 1 large French plate mirror, 1 flue mantel mirror, book case*, a large loi Brunet Is and other carpets. also several large and hanasome oil paintings fine gnil» frames, by Stewart and other a noted artists Ihe above pictures »re very I flue and costly and are worthy the attention Of buyers. Also a full line of ehlua, glass , and'lureiiaware, ana everything u<ed about housekeeping. Also w III be »old at the same place 1 pair maicu b»>- burses 155» hand« high, wacv i«unts. long taUs, perfectly gentle and «mod. learle«« or all object«, 1 8axou phio double, made by Gregg A- Howe, and cost (423, nearly new, 1 »el double tiarnc»«, 1 «ingle harness. 1 double sleigh, 3 gent's and ladles'riding saddle«. 1 market carriage, iroti rollers, fly nets, Baker blankets, grind stone, etc. Sale of furniture commences at 9.33 a. and the horse« end »table fixture« at 2 p. The above goods are all tn good connitton and will lie positively sold without reserve. For further particulars call on L. W. STIDHAM At SON. Auctioneers. B PUBLIC SALKS. Vt AttRIhD IJkDIKth -HDIND U) CENTS .y 1 for "InfallibleSafeguard" tno medicine no deception;) Just what,you want. I-adlee' Baaar. Kaunas City, Mo. MEDICAL. _REAL ESTATE. L'OR RENT. - HOURS NORTHWEST corner Front and Van Horen streets, 9 rooms and bath, suilatde for drill.* or grocery Hill et|irr. Apply No. 2t« Franklin street. | dr*«« L'OR KENT.- A LARGE MANSION /iNO stable, wllli two acres of land. The house ha« eleven room» with wilier supply situated on Hie Kennel t ulke about th miles from Wilmington sud five minutes' walk from elccti i- cars. Address Mif, EiylUTAHLK WILDING. W t . is »MIO 1 I.. week JÜ in., Dwelling I outbuild-1 i»00 IfOU ItENT. SftVKK aL HMAI.L HOTT8R8 T Apply to Francis H . Bradley, Corner leventh and Hea ld Mrc« ttH».|__ .■«OR HALE VALUABLE AND DE8IKA ble Chester county property, and store all under one roof, good mgs, eleven acres of land. Agoud Invest men», will sell cheap. Apply to !.. FaIRLAMII. Gum Tree, Chester county. Pa. I 3.00, m., a. JOS. L. CARPENTER, JR., 1)23 Market Street, Real Estate, Bonds and Martiales. MONEY TO LOAN .. Rellabls Securities In denominations of I *2«) to *6,000, Principal and Interest guar-1 »nteed. At ft and t per cent. No. KM'IHMONS. 1)HILA DELPHI A PABSENOER I BOATS. STEAMERS CITY OF CHESTEh AND __ BRANDYWINE Commencing Thursday June 15, 1883. le-ave Fourth Street Wharf dally. Sundays In cluded at 73*', 10.d»> a. in.; Lift, 4.13 and Ml P. m. Philadelphia, at 7X0,10.15 a. m.i I. Stop both ways at Chester on all trips. ght received all (lay at Philadelphia an# fngton and carried a' the lowest retes. Atlantic City 1« day tickets via Reading route on sale aboaid both steamers. FOR LINCOLN P »RK. Wednesday snd H» turdsy excursions. MBtesmers leaving Fc;.rth street wharf at 10.3V a- m and l.!n p. m. will stop at Lincoln Park on Wednesdays snd Saturdays only. Returning leave the park at 7.20p m. aha Grand musical comosria and all ftrst-claae amusemeuts. STEAM 4 Chestnut Street Wharf, sn, 4.1«) and o.4ft p m. Leave M Wlltn r* PK MAY. c , PALACE BTKAMKB VIA 11 REPUBLIC. Regular trips commencing Jane 15th. Train leave« French street wharf, (dally) a 8,65 a. ui. Fore for the round t rip, good only on day I of Issue... Children between 5and 12 years ... Hound trip ticket, go d tor seaeon. |U«, . 1.36 ■ tyOODLAND BEACH. VIA WILMINGTON AND NORTHERN RAIL ROAD COMPANY ▲NO STEAMER THOMAS CLYDE. m Beginning Sunday. June 13, train leaves French street station dally, except Wednes days. 9.30 a. m. Wednesdays only, 8.30 a. m. FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP, 50 CENTS Children, 25 cents. ^TBAMKR ULRICA. BETWEEN PENNSGROVK AND WILMINGTON. lheit leaves Wilmington. King street whan, (dally except Sunday) at a m, 12.311. AM) and «.GO p m. Sundays ouly, ..20 and 9.00 a m. I.;» , # i,0 and 8.20 p m. The 3.00 i> m boat from Wilmington connecte at Pennsgn.ve with steamer Major Beybnld fur Pennsvllle. New Ca«ile, Delaware city and Salem. _ _ Boat leaves Pennsgrove at 8.00 and 10.00 a m l *o and 5.U) p m «lally except Kjinday.) Sun day* ouly at 8.10 a m aud 21.30, 5.00 and . .30 p m. Saturday only, 9.30 p m. , The lO.OI) a m boat from Pennsgrove baa on nectious from Delaware River Railroad and I from Steamer Major Bey bold, «or Pcnna vllle (Sunday only) 9am and I JW p m. A. G. MoCAUSLAND. Kuperlntenoent * RZOinTR'l OKDKB n EUISTER'S ORD ER. REGISTER'S OFFICE. I New ('a*tic County, Del., Auguet 7, 1893. f Upon the application ol Mary J. Chinnier, F xo> utrlx (>r Stephen Chomter. late of W11- . mlngton hundred. In «aid county, denaaed. It 1» ordered and direct,«! by the Realeter that the Kxe< utrlx afore-1 said give notice of granting of letten I teatanieiitary ii|ion the estate of deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by causing advertisement* to lie I posted within forty days from the date of I euch letter« In six of the most public place« ol I tlie county of New Castle, requiring all per- I having demands against the e-tale tc present the seme, or abide by an act of ancra biy In such case made and provided; and al«) cau«t* the name to be Inserted within the «am» period in the F.vsmmo Journal, a newspapei published In Wilmington, Del., and to be con tinned therein three week», (e. o. d.) Given under the baud and »eai —-— of office of the Register aforesaid .1 at Wilmington. In New Cast!» ■ L. 8. county aforesaid, the day and Ï^DKTNHCtRM'H Heister J. WILKINS toot M. Register. «■' - ' . of of on. set 1 2 m.. in. NOTItlE. Notice 1« hereby given (hat lelteis testa rncalary were In due form of law «rallied into tlie undersigned, on the 7th d*v August, A. D.. 1893,and that all personsbav tug claims against the estate of the deceased must present the same, dti)> attested, to thi said Executrix, on or before the 7tU day Of August, 1894. or alible the act of assembly in such case made and provided. uarY J ('ilOMIER, Execumx. Address, ll»lt Union street, Wilmington. Del. --I ol REOISTER'8 OFFICE. Newcastle Comity. Del.. July 27. Irtbet. Upon the application of Sarah Mullln. Administratrix of Margaret Murphey, late of Wilmington hundred, in »aid cotiuty, ceaaed, It Is ordered and directed bv the Rog tricr that the Administratrix aforesaid give notice of granting of Letters of Admini» tr.itIon upon the estate of the deceased, with the date of granting thereof by causing ado rtlsemeuts to lie posted within forty days from the date ol Hitch letter« In six of the most public places of tlie county of New Castle, requiring all per sous having demands against the estate tc present the same, or abide by an Act of As sembly lu such case made and provided; and also cause the same to tie Inserted within the paptT^puhMshed' 1 ' in Ve \v!ludtigti?rb*Ih'l. , . ,t aud to be coniiuue«i therein thrw> wt»«k», o. d. — »- (ilv« n under the hand and neal ol Ontre of the KejiaUr xforeaald at Wlluilnitton, in New Caetle county aforesaid, the day aud year almve written. J. WILKINS COOCH. Register. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that Letter» of Ad mlniic rat ioi. wer* lu due torniot law granted unto the undersigned, on the Twenty-seventh day of July. A. D 1MB). and that all per sous having claims against the eetate of the tie« eased mo-t present the same, duly attested, to the said Administratrix. nu ortie . fore the Twentf-eeveclh day of July,1894, or _ I alible the Act ot Assembly la such case mad* I provided. i l J^EGIHTER'« ORDER. Mi u 8. SAh-VH MIÎLLIN, Administratrix. Addi e»e, No. m EUu «L, Yi'Uutlugtuu, Del. nil «Tin no a rhino, AAÏCII ibiAJto IN i'llr. 1 -oUNTkV, for child 0 mnmhs oM. Partie* to Ute charge of same for three months. Ad I ,, .lonr'i a' oSlee, __ IOakDIMI on beautiful farm near Baldwin Statt n. Term*: Adults. per week. 51 ARY MILLER. Bank, Md. r CITY, Ft. J. ATLAN Penn*jrlv*uta'Ri»llro»<t« tl eav* Philadelphia, Market street wharf, expre»«, 8.5<) a. m., .'LUO. 4.10 »ml ft.00 p. m., days, Accommodât Ion, 8.00 and BJO a. 3.2U and 4.»» p. in. Sundays—osprees, tt.15 m * Accommodation, 8.00 and 8.18 a. m*, p. m. _ Philadelphia and Reading K. R I-eave Chestnut street and South street wharves, week -days—Express, 9.00 a. m., *.<*», 4.00, ft.00 p. m. Accommodation, 8.0U a. ft.45 p. m. Hutiday—Ezpress, 8.00 and 10X0 m. Accommodation, 8.00a. m., 4-2) P- tn. _THE MANSION._ rATLANTIC CITY. N~4. The Largest Hotel. Open all the year. ' HARLES MoGLADHL BRADY HOUSE, Arkansas avenue, convenient to ocean and Heading depot. Good board, splendid rooms, broad piazzas, orchestra music. Terms mod „rate. Circular mailed. P. O. Box. 917. JAMES BRADY, ---— BEAUMONT. 143 Honth Connecticut avenue. First hot*» from the brach. Full ocean view. MUS. A. U. MILLER Formerly of tnglotlldA, HOTEL ATGLEN, Michigan and Pacific Avenues. Near Oman Terms reasonable. J. E. REED. "HOTEL EDISON, Pactflnand Michigan avenues, near the tieacb. Remodeled and refurnished. Capacity 2(W Electric bells and paeeenger elevator J. PIFBERT. < HOTEL HECKLER, Formerly Normandie, Corner Atlant)« an Pennsylvania avenues. Fitted up In fives r-laiw style. Open all the year. HENRY HECKLER. MONTEREY HOTEL, Virginia avenue, near the beach. Hot and cold sea water I «Uh«, and all place«of. Interest. Newly fnrulahed; excellent tapie. E. K. NEWCOMER. THE EAKL, OceaD end of Houth Carolina Ave.Tue Gpaa all l.he year. UM feet from the .wm. E. bMITH. THE MT. PLEASANT AND ANNEX.* Virginia Avenue, near the Beach. Open alt ,he year Terms reasonable. Aocottnuoda -bins for äftO guests. A. BMITH. THE NORWOOD, Ocean end of Kentucky avenue. Open al the year. Term» reasonable. F. ALBFELT. THE RADNOR, Booth Carolina Avenue. Out rally lueaU.4 within three minutes walk of ocean. W. Hll ARPLRHH. HOTEL 8111 If LEY, Kentucky avenue, near the beach. MBB. LEWIS, Proprietress. NOW OPEN, No. 27 STATES AVENUt, SIKH. A. RV AN. Atlantic City. KENILWORTH INN Ocean End Kentucky Ave ATLANTIC OITT.' N. Steam Heat, Elevator. Elegant and Modern ——■ MRS. ANNIE GRUBB, Prof V m ! - t _SAN MARCOS HOTEI, Pacific and Massachusetts Avss. nowiopen: near: THE BEACH. *«— ,ua«a. nr-ean View- Ste Elegantly furnlah^. Ocean View, ste M ^Hydra nHc F'evamr; Bun Ptert BWf tÏ„u„ T-.t.-J EfStP ** 1 Telenhoue. l(legrapli the^^^^^^_ Calla. Etc. E C. Hot Cold Salt and Fresh Wahar in the Baths in the House, «&() and Up Per day. • Special Kate* | xfoTIO* 18 HEREBY OIVEN TRAT ALL | F\ «täte hc«n«e and tax not paid on or be fore the 30th duy nf August. ISO. there will be 2 per mi added. In accordanoe with Chapter 142, Volume 18, laiws of Delaware. 3 W. P. BIGGS, Clerk of the Peace. by tha Wirk, I 'herlee William Edward«, I Smceeaor to? ISAAC SOLOMON. (Formerly one of the • proprietor* of tbs rtlngham House. Philadelphia). NOTICE*. VTOTIOR.— N W. CLARK, NO. Hilft MAÜ I jYI l«on street, bricklaying, cementing and I jobbing promptly si tended to. 1 ,uv d j »it oink m ( 2Ki( OF avp. I TG"-' R- LEE, »HllkMAhtn, ur * I oud and French streets, ha* moved to N. I E. Cor. Second aud Market »treet». w here bo I is prepared to do all kinds of repairing at short 11 dice. VOTRE TO COUNTY TAXPAYER*: it Bei elver of Taxes John T. Dlokeyi Will | sit at the following places during the month I of August at date.as stated, forth»eoltoctk» I of county, poor, road and dog taxe» for toe I year 1«93. During July and . August 5 per dc-|ceutuff. I VOTICE.—TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE, 11^ Clijr anrt mriiool tjixcs for 1HB8» Tlie under»l»n.»td. receirerso* taXM, /or th® I cltr of WUn Ju».t *u, wil l N* ai* Ko 10 Bast Sixth street, oetweeu Maraet and .Klaff streets, during the months of July and Au gust, 1893, between tlie hours of 8 and 12 1u the morning aud trora 2 to « lu the afternoon. for the purp»«« of receiving taxe». On all taxes paid duimg July there will be a reduc tlon of ft cents cn every dollar, ana all taxes paid on aud after the 1 st day of August shall lie payable without adeduction aforesaid.Mil all taxée uni-id on the let day of September shall be increased by the addition of 5 per cwntuni on the anionnt tbereof. EDMUND MITL HULL. Jn., Rede I \ r of .'.ortheru District, Including all north of al*th street - August. iO—Middletown. August 11 -Gdesaa. August 12-8tanton. I August 14— Christiana. August 15—Newport. August 16—Toy's Hotel, Rising Sun. A uguat 17— Hockeaain. August 18— Coocli's Bridge. August 19 Sharpie»»'» school August 21—New Castle. August 24—Blackbird. August 29—Townsend. August 30—St. Georges. house. El : KNK M. RAYERS' Receiver of Southern District, Including Ail ,, svutu of Sixth street.