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OCAL SOCIETY NEWS.
Mr and Mrs. Harvey J. McEIwee, of
^■'hiladeiphia, are visiting relatives at
jlWaulklbud.
The young people of Mar fell all ton held
last hop of the season at Brandywine
Springs on Saturday. It was attended
many Wilmlugtoniaus.
The Misses Annie and Katie Murray, of
^Ashland were entertained by friends in
city, yesterday.
Miss Lillie Welch, of this city, was a
of,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elmer at
Baulklaud, yesterday.
Miss Sadie Simpson, of this city, and
Lena" McDowell, of Chester,
Bisiting friends at Marshalltou.
Miss Mary McEIwee, of this city, is
'^■»ending several days with her brother
Faulkland.
Miss Ella Kelieher, of this city,
of her parents at Kaolin, vester
are
W H ■ I'
ay
Miss Bessie Clark, of Hockessln,
Islted friends in this city, yesterday.
C. J Desmond and D, F. Desmond, of
ils city, spent yesterday with Hockes
u friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Daly spent yester
ly with friends in New Castle.
Klcbsrd K Armstrong, of Rising Sun,
d., and formerly of the recorder's
Bee here, spent Saturday with friends
this city.
Miss Emma Clark, of Coatesvllle, Pa ,
is been visiting friends in this city.
Harry c-onogban and wife, of this
ty, are v biting friends In West
Lester.'
The wedding has been announced of
isa Florence M. Lloyd to Granville P.
lexander, at the Second [Baptist
durch on September 27.
Miss Katie M Burns has returned to
sr home in this city from her vacation,
ohing well. She brings with her Miss
illie M. Fullmer, au accomplished
mein, of Philadelphia,
Misses'Lizzie aud Charlotte Ralston
ive returned from a visit to friends in
il timoré.
Mrs. J. E. Bostic, of Laurel, lias been
ie guest of Wilmlngtou friends.
Mis. George Tumiin, of Wilmington,
the guest of Mrs. G. W. Donoho, of
ihford.
Mrs. Saille Hannabery, of Ardmore,
i, has returned after an extended
sit to her aunt, Mrs. Ann E. McSorley,
this city.
Dr. and Mrs. Honeywell have returned
om a trip to Bar Harbor and Boston,
Harr
rank
bicago and the World's Fair.
William S. Prickelt, aud wife returned
om the World's Fair on Saturday
[ening.
Levi C. Bird and wife are expected
>me from Chicago to-night.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Messick left
ire yesterday morning for the World's
y C. Adams, Harry Klnüd aud
Klnnd will leave to tuorruw for
Dr.
John Doordan, of No. 9 Heald street,
inth Wilmington, has returned home
om a week's trip to the World's Fair.
Rumor has it that William Doordan,
' Philadelphia, but formerly of this
ty, will soon marry a Philadelphia
IU.
Kx Councilman Vickery, of Newcastle,
^■sited friends m this city yesterday.
Vlaltura at the State Capital.
i^Bjerlal Uorreppondence Evening Journal.
HDovkii, Sept 11 —Philip Stevenson
wife, of Philadclrhia, are viaiti-ig
^Klatives here.
W. Lea Cannon, of New York city, is
^Hsitinghis parents in this town.
Miss Annie 8 Walls, of Philadelphia,
visiting her parents here
Victor Clark and Howard Culbreth
■Have returned from their visit to At
^ftntieCity.
Miss Ollie Harper, of Still Pond, is
Hisitiug Miss Bertha Lewis.
Athelbert Cropeey. of Oswego. N Y ,
spending a few days with friends in
^Bover.
Martlndaie M Vickers, of Harrington,
^Hpent Sunday with friends in town.
Mr Pasco), of this town, spent Sun
^■ay in Philadelphia
Willi»m G. hirbin, of New Volk city,
visiting bis parents here.
Rev. L W. Gibson and family have
eturued from their summer's outing at
ehobotb,
John Bailey, of Philadelphia, is vislt
ng bis father Edmund Bailey, of this
own
The boy choir was resumed again at
ae services lu Wesley M. E. Church
ast night.
RECENT LITERATURE.
"Moral and Immoral Literature," by
lev. Howard MacQoeary, in tbe Septem
ier Arens, Is a must remarkable contri
utiou to the literature of the sulÿeet.
'he article will be read with deepest
nlerest by all classes of people. Elia
Vheeier Wilcox has a thoughtful
rtlcle entitled "Spiritual Phenomena
from a i heosopbic V r iew." Any subject
ouebed by th. pen of this gifted writer
Annie
article on
s made doubly iuteresting.
iilizabeth Cheney has an
'Japan and Her Relation to Foreign
'owers. " She writes with a perfect
inderstandiog of her subject and makes
i powerful plea for justice for the
>eople of the 'Sun Ki-scd Lund."
Tue I'lnstrated American, of Pep
.ember 1C is s collection of gems
cadet- is an article on the extraordinary
*unuing aud trotting that have surprised
;urfmeu of late, illustrsted with pictures
jt the record breakers,
dllo "A Plague of Men," a crusade
against immigrât ian is opened. Tbe
Stale Buildings illustrate t ie World's
Pair article. In "Plays and Players,"
Austin Brereton gives a charming study
of character on the stage selecting
Edward Harrigau and "1492" for bis
examples The article is well illustrated
and highly entertaining. The wreck
tbe Panther Is thrillingly described, and
other Interesting topics are "The Corset
Industry in tbe United SUte*." "Th.
largest Steam Yacht Afloat," etc, etc.
The
Under the
KORONOR JOSEF ZEWILK1NS.
U© Is Walking for the Ofltre—That la nil
That He Can Do*
The several candidates for coroner to
succeed Joseph H. Kirk, deceased, are*
doing big work for themselves. Every
man thinks he has a chance but Joseph
Z Wilkins. When a man says Joe is .
running for anything be libels htm.- Joe)
was never known to run. He is still •
walking for the office, and carrying his
little pack of letters and Evening
Journal editorials. At the same time
he knows the commission will not be
written with "Josef Zewilkius" in it.
A local bard who does not take any
stock In his candidacy has expressed
hluiseif in this manner:
The friends of Dr. Joseph P. Pyle are
pushing his candidacy. Dr. Ogle 'went
to Elkton Fair to see the governor In his
behalf. The chief executive replied
that he would give the matter his care
ful consideration,
George Hallman, of Odessa, Is san
guine of appointment. He has the sup
port of Chief Justice Lore, Recorder of,
j a»
Deeds James T. biiallcruss aud other
well known public men
George W, Spicer, the active young
Democrat of Marshalltou, comes to
town smiling, and has canvassed his
friends thoroughly. In one or two
places he has broken down the fences
of Charles Q. Dempsey, his Marshall-1
ion rival.
B B. Allen has; George C. Both
well's boom in possession,
that Blackbird
•'Josef Zewliktcs for office Is bent;
And would "sit" upon others for pelf.
But the beat thing that Joseph can do for this
world
la to go and sit down on himself."
He eays
hundred has been
ignored long enough. Mr. Rothwell is
tire man for the place and should have
He has been an active party
worker, can always be relied upon and
the governor should reward such
valuable services as he has rendered.
Mess:s. Fox. Barnhill, tfuinu, Willis,
Cleweli and Morton are doing much
quiet work, and some of them are san
guine of getting the place.
it.
The True Laxative Principle
Of the plants used in manufacturing the
pleasant remedy. Syrup of Figs, bas a
permanently beneficial effect on the
human system, whi.e the cheap vege
table extracts and mineral solutions,
nsnoHy sold as medicines, are per
mauently injurious. Being well-in
formed, yon will use the true remedy
only. Manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co.
AMUSEMENTS.
The class ef entertainment« that bava
been arranged for at the Auditorium are
of a high grade. The second one cf the
first course will be given ou 'Thursday
evening, September 14. and for this oc
casion Charles H. Adams, the celebrated
lecturer, has been engaged to give his
illustrated lecture, "Great Britain and
Ireland "
front ranks as an entertainer In his line
aud will deliver his best .lecture on this
The Auditorium.
Mr. Adonis stands in the
occasion. To those who have not been
fortunate enough to go abroad, this eu
tertalnment will be a rare treat and to
those who have visited the old country,
the many handsome views shown will re
call a most delightful trip Of Mr.
Adams as a lecturer, the Philadelphia
Times says: "Great Britain and Ire
land" offered C H. Adams another op
portunity to please an Association Hall
audience last evening, aud, with bis
well selected views, illustrated and
heightened in their effect, by his chatty,
clear and interesting travel talk, he
succeeded in doing so. Some of the
views were as fresh as good, aud gave
an attractiveness to the entertainment
not often achieved by lecturers who
never travel except In' beaten tracks'
Tickets on sale at Butler's, No, 420
Market sreeet
Primrose aud West.
The minstrel favorites, Primrose and
West, are to appear at the Grand Opera
House, to night. The company is eu
tirely new this season excepting the
P0P u J»T J° un F comedian billy Van and
the $500 per week athletic sweil Morris
Cronin Neither time, labor nor capital
have been spared this year to organize
a company that would eclipae all previous
efforts, consequently the best array of
talent procurable will be seen. Among
the new faegs are Rice aud Elmar,
Howe, Wall and McLeod and Ill r,
Burke and Rand, three of the strongest
actors ou the stage. A large and hand
some uniformed baud Is also an addition
and will be seen in a street parade aud
grand free concert at 11 o'clock.
"Oh! What a Night.'
Secure seats early, The management
of the Opera House will pul the seats
for the above attraction on sale )u time
te admit of every person desiring
good one to be accommodated without
the annoyance of waiting iu a crowd at
the door. This is one of the*be»t attrac
lions that will appear here this season,
aud will undoubtedly draw a full honse,
Mr. Charles A.
as they do everywhere. flBWB.,
Lodtr in "Oh'What aJNlght" to appear
the Grand Opera House on Wednesday
and Thursday evenings next Is conceded
to be the funniest Germau character on
the stage, and he is supported by
strong company of sixteen people,
among whom are Harry C. Shuuk aud
C E. Edwards, negro and Irish some
diaus; Miss Mina Geuuell the great
dancing soubrette, and the famous
English twin slaters, the Sisters Leigh,
Iu the greatest dauue ever put on the
stage, called the "Delusion Dance," and
several other pretty girls aud funny
meu, in. king a splendid entertainment.
Boats arrive daily with the best oysters
for A. U. Aiiiscow, 707 Shipley street.
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JOURNAL,
EARLY NEWS SUMMARY.
Train Dispatcher to Blame for
MAY0B STUART NOT A CANDIDATE
the Fort Wayne Wreck.
World's Fair Commissioner Klug far
Liberia, Asks the United Slates fur As
sistance in Repelling encroachments of
France Upon the Ulack Republic-At
lantic City Saloonkeepers' Forgeries.
Fred O'Connor, the train dispatcher at
Fort Wayne, who caused the wreck on
the Fort Wayne road last week by
which twelve people were killed, has dis
appeared. He sent a message to the
I coroner stating that ho alone was to
| blame for the accident,
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I iiealli of an l oknown nonimi,
I 4 . , .
Aq unknown womau was taken sick on
I 411 •axtbounJ Market street cable car at
I thirty-eightu street and became unoou
scloua. She was taken to the Presby
| terian Hospital and died shortly after
I being received.
To Aastet In Repelling France's Un
Would Not Bo Governor.
Mayor Stuart of Philadelphia is not
a candidate for the Republican nomma
tlon for governor of Pennsylvania,
favors the Domination of General Ha-.t
mgs
He
Croat bmru ta.
A. B, King, World's Fair commissioner
I for Liberia, said at Pittsburg, Pa , that
I his government had asked the United
states to assist It in repelling the en
I croachments of France upon the tern
tory of the Black Republic,
[yesterday, 34,835.
Yesterday's Admissions to the Fair.
Paid admissions at the World's Fair
Took Ills Trustee*' Advice.
Rev. Dr. MacGregor, of Philadelphia,
took the advice of the trustees of the
1 Centennial Baptist Church and did not
I P reach on "A Vortex of Conspiracy'
I Central Baptist Church,
in
Forged Church Members* Name«.
Conaiderable indignation has been
j caused in Atlantic City by the discovery
I that saloonkeepers have forged the
names of Prohibitionists and church
| members to their applications for a 11
cense. The liquor dealers will be prose
cuted.
Government Can Cope With the Rebels,
The Brazilian Legation at London
issued a statement saying all was quiet
| In Rio Janeiro,that the government could
cope with the rebel* and that only
| twenty eight naval officers were in re
J volt,
I Arrested for Faeilng "Queer" Currency,
Dedicated Clear of Debt.
A handsome new $25,000 Methodist
Episcopal Church was dedicated in Port
Richmond almost clear of debt.
Twenty-three men have been arrested
| in the towns near Athens, Ga., on the
| charge of passing counterfeit dollars,
*11 of which were made of biitanuia
[ metal at Clarksboro, Ob.
. „ ..
L M°[ e than .,000 were supplied with
f<K ^ bj [ tbe r.Y. 0 . n î K . l h r breu , f,9ci ' I
f«?, the Philadelphia Society for the
[ ïwHwof the Hungry,
I The Belief Committee at Chicago has
| devised a plan to employ the idle army
| (n that city by giving the men work on
I tj, e gtreet and street cleaning depart
| men ( gi
to <Uy give a hearing to the representa
I lives of the iron and steel industries.
Chairman Wilson announces that the new
tariff bill will be piesented early in
Food for Over 7.000 People.
I'Jao tu Employ Idle Ueu.
Iron and Steel Representatives to Speak.
The Ways and Means Committee will
| November.
Cost of the .Homestead Strike.
The report of the Secretary of Internal
| ou the strikes in Pennsylvania
for 1893 shows that, aside from the
Homestead strike, there were twenty
six 8tri kes and 4,203 strikers The Home
stoad strike cost t he men $1,250,000 aud
tbe atllte $440,256 31.
J
1 1
I , 11«
I 0 *Ltreasury and a deputy Canaduu
in r «K ttrd to t the l"»P««tlon of im
I migf'nta has not been rat.ned by the
Canadian Government
Not Uatlflvd lly ( h© C auadiun' Govern
meut.
The agreement between tbe Secretary
Ant w ood'n Nomination
Drought About.
Wan
How
Assistant Senre!.ry of State Quincy
I ä 1 <i to have brought about the nomiua
tion of U C C. Ast wood as consul to
I Calais by reason of a pre election har
a I gain. L_.
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. o . . . n
T1 *e Pennsylvania Society for the Pro
taction of Children from Cruelty has
I **ken the case of Willie Brunner, of
Mr. Astwood's record is not in
Confined in a Garret Three Month».
pOHBHH
et I GI*sguw, near Pottstown. in hand, the
*><>? having been confined in a garret for
| three mouths by his parents,
a
I Two of the Southwark Yacht Clubs
first class double enders raced yesterday
j on the Delaware and finished at Giouces
ter. The stakes were $50. The John
1 M Crean took the lead from the start
and beat the Emma H eight minutes.
1 Iu a flying atari, yesterday, at Spring
Held. Mass., Zimmerman tied Willie
I Wiodle's world's record, going a mile
12 0235.
Sanger has arrived at Spriugfirld and
I is iu his best form, and a great race be
I tween him aud Zimmerman is expected
seventy-five wheelmen from
' this city and twenty five from Chester
took a spin to Kirkwood kite track yis
- I terday. At New Caatle they were
j joined by Rice and Booth. The party
took dinner at DeUwaie City They
then rode to Kirkwook aud returned
this city. The heavy dnst made
riding heavy and several of the riders
showed signs of much fatigue ou their
return las' evening
William Van Wagoner, of San Fran
cisco, together with bis wife, on next
Jè I Sunday will start on a tandem bicycle
for a cross continent trip to New York.
Jim Gibbous accepts the offer of Billy
Madden aud agrees to stake $2.500
his brother, Austin, against Tommy
Ryan. __
Sporting New» Noten,
Salma Iu the Wood».
The Latter Day Saints of Baldwin.
Md , are holding a bush meeting
Miller's woods, near that place. Saints
from a distance are expounding
dogmas of the sect to small audiences.
"Pomp," a logal negro character, who
Methodist, Baptist, Presby toi ian
Latter Day Saint, as occasion requires,
has a corner in tbe "privileges" of
meeting and dispense* anything from
ice-«ream and cake to oats and baled
hay.
WILMINGTON. DEL, MONDAY,
FRISK BEAUPRE'S GRATITUDE.
5
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Cast Adrift By tils Father. He Stole
From a Generous Woman Who Be
friended Him.
Chicago, Sept. It. —Frank Beaupre, of
8t. Paul,Inhabit» the detective's room at
the Central station. Beaupre indignantly
denies that ha Is under arrest. He says
that he Is only being detained nntil he
can bear from his father, who at one
time was a millionaire grocer at St.
Paul.
Frank Beaupre Is only twenty-six
years old, but the life he has led for the
past five years has made trim look much
older than he really is. His father was
the senior member of the wholesale firm
of Beaupre, Keogh A Davis, which re
cently failed' for a large amount.
The Beauprés have ilwavs moved in the
bast social circles of St, Paul, and Frank,
the only eon, was a welcome guest at
fashionable receptions and dancing
parties. A few mouths ago he was carl
adrift by hia father.
One afternoon in May when he rang
the door hell at No 72(5 Washington
Boulevard he was emaciated fiom the
want of proper nourishment His clothes
were the worse for wear, and no one
would have recognised him as Fiank
Beaupre, who used to lead the german at
the swell parties in 8t. Paul. At No
720 Washington Boulevard Uvea Dr.
Gertrude G Wellington, the wife of At
torney Wellington of the Great Northern
road. The Wellingtons used to live at
Ht. Paul, and were neighbors of the
Beaupres. When Mr. Wellington was
appointed attorney for the Great North
ern railroad he went to Spokane Falls,
Wash,, where bis headquarters are. Mrs.
Wellington came to Chicago and engaged
in the practice of her profession. When
young Beaupre was on the verge of
starvation he applied to Dr. Wellington
for assistance. He was clothed aud fed
and supplied with pocket money for
weeks. He has shown his gratitude bv
stealing articles from the honte god
pawning them. That is why he is being
detained at the Central station.
On Angiist 3 .urn. Wellington and her
two daughters went to 8pokane Falls,
leaving the Washington Boulevard
establiabment in charge of Beaupre
He promised faithfully that he would
take good care of the premises and would
have no companions. Re'.ore Mrs. Well
ington was twenty miles „from Chicago
Beaupre auci two of his friends were
making things exceedingly lively in the
Washington Boulevard mansion When
Mrs. Wellington left Chicago she die
charged her colored cook, as Beaupre
said he could get hie own meals The
day alter lier departure Beaupre hunted
up the cook, and told her that Dr. Well
ington bad given him permission to re
engage her During the five weeks
that Dr Wellington was absent the cook
used to ccme to the house every day aud
get the meals for Beaupre and hia friends.
There would bo women to dinner, aud
orgies would continue until the dawn of
the next day. Soon the neighbors got to
talking, and Beaupre was plainly told
that unless the going and coming of that
class of women ceased be would be re
ported to the police. But the scandal
grew. A neighbor investigated and
found fourteen girls in the house at one
time. They sat i a a circle in the double
parlors, wore short dresses, aud smoked
cigarettes. They had complete posses
sion of the large mansion, occupied
everyone of the twenty odd rooms in it,
dauced on the piano and fine furniture,
trampled on the rich .portieres aud rugs,
aud ruined almost everything.
When the Wellingtons arrived home
on Friday morning they found the honse
in a state of disorder. It looked more
like a beer bottling establishment than
anything else.
■ Export" and ''Select'' were scattered
all over the house from the garret to the
basement. There was a stack of bottles
in the kitchen that bore silent testi
mony to th« high old time Beaupre and
his friends bad enjoyed during the
absence of Dr Wellington. Every room
in the house had fts quota of empty
bottles, aud in all there were nearly
1.000—New York Sun.
Empty bottles labelled
ffatfe. you
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#n yo ur f ahojv I
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ffo one ~th ing causes
dys/jejisia Uxtn.
more
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And •
artef other in Vah'cfs
can. eat food ÇooK ed
wnii Çç>rx °ijdc
v/ifHout unpleasant
C-ffect".
jbr /ILLcooking purposes
/^c eft, than any other
o rTeainß"^lfic VC. for C>
COTTOLEME.
Mud© only by
N. K. FAIRBAISK & CO.,
CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS.
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KDITATIONAL
QOLDEY
Wilmington Commercial College
And School of Shorthand
NOW OPEN.
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the
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Offlc* Open Da'ly. 9 to 4.
For the enrollment of pupils and for visitors.
N>.e »tudi'MlH entering ilallv, as tbe instruc
tion 1« INDIVIDUAL—not cl»»«.
Ibnctical courses, teaching self-support, for
botli *;<>■■»
Night seea'on. renamed October 2. Elegant
Illustrated catalogue sent free.
H. S. GOIDEY, Principal.
11.
OIKTi
ALLÄTON— In ili!scity,on the 6th instant,
Mollit» N. Alltton,
HEAPH-In New H*ven. Conn., F©pt em
ber ft, Rebecca Gibbons« wife of the late John
Ö. Reach.
DOUGHERTY.—On the «th Instant, Sophia,
daughter of Johneunt Mary Dougherty, aged
year» and Umonths.
OARRF.TT. On the 9th instant, Margaret
M. Garrett, younireat daughter of Dr. Henry
and Catharine A. Garrett.
HENDERSON. -In this city on the 8th In
ataur, Mattie A., infant daughter of Charlia
H. and Katie E. Henderaou, age l 7H months.
KIRK—On Septetuher 5. at 3 p. in.. Joseph
H. Kirk, coroner of New Castle county.
McCACLKY.—In this oily on the ttth
Hat
aijed ü yearn and 4 months.
MORROW.—In this city, on the |0th In*
Maut. Ella D., wife of Lewis R. Morrow, in
the 99th year of her age.
(PH AH A-On the T4th instant, «Anna
Hilaria, daughter of John #1. and Nellie A.
O'Ham. aged 4 month« and 8 days.
Relatives and friande are respectively In*
vi*e4 to attend the fu' eml from t he residence
of her parents. N. W. corner of Fifth and
Lombard streets on Monday afternoon at \\
o'clock. Interment at the New i atludxal
Cemetery.
O'DONNRLL. Thomas George. son of WI1.
liant and Kate 0*l)><nue)l, died Beptetbber 0,
a* e h months.
RICH AKIW." On September 5. In this city,
at the home of her mother. No. 57 East
Twenty-second' ureci, Mary fc. Richards,
aged Is years.
MANÜEHS.— In this city,on the8th instant.
John F. {sanuers, a*td 6T years.
VANDEOHlfc'T.-At Newport, Del , on the
.'»tii i »ist a■ • t, Sadie J., daughter of William A.
Vaodegrift. awed H months an*i 4 days.
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11.
Here we are again and every body glad of It,
PRIMROSE & WEST'S
FAMOUS MINSTRELS.
With the greatest company they have aver
owned.
NEW ACTS—NEW FACES—NEW IDEAS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 13 aud 14.
CHÀBtCl A. LOUKR
In that Hurricane of Hilarious Pun,
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OH, WHAT A NIGHT.
16 Handsome Women and Funny Fellows. 16
FIRST
COUKUB.
AUDITORIUM.
No. 2. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14.
Illustrated Lecture by Charles H. Adams
SUBJECT: *
Great Britain and Ireland."
Tioketa,26c-,on valent Butler's, 4211 Market St.
UNION PARK.
WILL BE OPENED TO VICTORS FROM
NOW TILL NOVEMBER 1.
FREE TO ALL,
Excepting entertali.ment nights anl Sunday
afternoon concerte.
Persona desiring to rent the Park for pic
nic, and entertainment« can doeo at reason,
side rate« by applying to H. J. Fongeray,
Third and King street*.
Park will not be open evenings except con
cert nlgbte
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NOT UNTIL OCT. 2.
HELP WANTED.
ANTK.D-GOOD WHITE COOK. ONLY
first-classi general housekeepers for eity
and country tow ns. Apply Fidelity Employ
umn t Ag r ney. Tid t« Market ttreet.
WANTED -MAN TO TEACH BOY FOUR
* v tumrs dally. Slate terms. J.L.OUHEL
TRFF. Seventh a nd whtpl.y «tree!*._
n tANTED. GENTLEMEN TO REPRE
seut a natural premium insurance
company in each town or city In Delaware
■ r Maryland, pay» one coe-hnlf face ef
policy in ease of permanent a d total dis
ability. Liberal contracts to good men.
Experience nnneceseary.
S HO * F.M AN, (General Manager, No. 836
Market street. Wilmington, Del.
w
Call or address W.
__ «ITTATrON« WANTED. _
\\ r ANTJCD.—WAHH iko and 1 honing,
m clot hen cleaned and repaired and late
curtain* aHpectaUy, warranted r.ot to Injure
the finest fabric. Apply to (M4 Penn street,
Wilmington Delaware.
HOAKI» AND HOOail
K^IHABLE KOOM8 FOR (? ENTLF. Vf E N
lodgere. One on first floor. No. Mtt! Went 8t
1)
y»oi<
I rig and lodging. Jll Shipley Kt.
B DAKDKLS \\ ANTED AT NO. 21 b
_streeL
KENT.— TWO ROOMS C'OMMUNI
V eating, on »econd floor, furniahedorun
fPTnhünd. Ap ply at 8 38 Mar ke t air—t,
W ANT KJ >. —HOA H DKH8, GOOD AOCUM
tnodatlono. No. 4HS Font Fourth **tre*t.
KENT— FRONT ROOMS FOR
\v I- > I
Il l' 8 IN KSS O I» FOU I *T U N IT I K S.
HALE - BOTTLING KSTAKLlsri
1 ment, in New ( 'OMilu. A ico xi chain*© for
live |roaair mao. Will »©II boni ami wovon
and rom|»l©te »et of boule» aud boxen. Alto
larv© if© box on premise*. App'V to M.
LEONARD, Dobbin*vttie Hotel, >©w Cattle,
Delaware* _
17HJH SALK -8TOCK AND FIXTURES
JT of Confe<*lioiiery Store, alao th© old eatab
Hahed book and novel »tor© at 2 « Eo»t Fourth
street. Apply Clark'» Store, ltd Ea«l Fourth
at reel.
MEDICAL.
AKRIED LA DIES,—SEND 10 CENTS
tor ''infallible Safeguard" (no medngne
no deception:) just what (you wont I -aolw'
ttavar. Kanuua filltv.
M
Mo.
Bas For Fuel.
Gas is low iu price, while coal is very high.
Gas stoves are well adapted for heating
houses in the spring and saving heater
fires.
Gas ranges are excellent for cooking and
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 leading, etc-, etc. Samples on hand.
As the gas sold iu this city all comes
from one gas holder all must be equally
good; if unsatisfactory In any bonse th.
cause mast be to tbe pipes or fixtures and
complaints should at once be made to the
GA8 OFFICE.
KRAI. KMT AT K.
L'OR KENT. - HOUSE
corner Front and Van Rupen street«. 0
rooms mid bath, suitable for drug or grocery
store. Apply No. 244 Frank 11 a street.
TL'OH RF.n I - K\ K * L SM \l.I. H'U'.- *>
Apnly to Francis S . Rradley. Corner
Eleventh and H©aM »tire tea..
NORTHWEST
ixm MALE -VALUABLE AND DESIttA
tile Chester county properly. Dwelling
store all under one wot. good out tmilii
Iuks, eleven acres of land. \ good investment,
sell clienp. Apply to 1. i'AlRLAMU,
Gum Tree, Cheater oimul y, Pa.
On
JOS. L. CARPENTER, JR.,
UÜ3 Market Street,
Real Estate, BoMsaniMortpies.
MONEY TO LOAN
%
At 6 aud 8 per cent.
Reliable Hecnrlflee In denominations of
ySG) to Ift.OCti. Principal and Interest guar
anteed.
Nimiii rs sii.k.
SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Levari Fact»«, to me directed,
will be exposed to public «sir, at the Court
House, on Market street, list ween Tenth suit
Eleventh streets. In the city .of Wilmington,
New Castle county, Del.,
ON SATURDAY,
THE 16th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1803.
At 2 o'clock p. m,.
The following described real estate, vis:
Beginning at the corner formed by the In
tersection of the southerly side of Four' sen th
street with the easterly side of Broome street,
then # easterly along the southerly side of
Fourteenth street, fifty feel to a stake, thence
southerly parallel with Broome street and
passing through the middle of division wall
between the house on this lot and the house
adjoining on the east, IV feet to a stake;
thence westerly paralhl with Fourteenth
st-eet, titty feet to the easterly side of
Hroome street; thence thereby northerly, 11»
feet to the place of beginning, be the contents
thereof what they may, with a three story
brick dwelling thereon creeled.
Set/.' d and taken In execution as the prop
erty of George H. Hales a.id Elizabeth B.
hue-, his wife, mortgagors and t. t„ and to
be sold by ■ j
PEIRCE GOULD, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Wilmington, Del., August
I MU.
NOTICES.
N otice is hereby given that an
application will he made to Hon. Igna
tius O. Grnhh.on Haturday, September 16, IslG.
at IU o'clock in the morning, at Chambers,
in the County Court Honve In Wilmington,
fur the right ro amend or alter th. charter ol
the 0. * W. Pyle ( ompanv.
BRADFORD * VANDEORirr.
Attorneys for Corporation.
:
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
i' Monday, Hepteniber H, Isw3. at III o'clock
a. in., application will lie made to Hou.
Igiiatlan C. Gmbh, A*sn<latc Judge of the
Bu per lor Court In New ( a. tie county, at
Chambers, for the incorporation of a society
to be called "The Manning Aaeoclation.'' the
object of which Is to promote eoclal and lit
erary Intercourse K. GARLAND,
Attorney for Incorporator«.
voncr. to county i uxpayerh
is Receiver of Tnxea John T. Dickey will
eit at the follow Ing place« during the month
of Angunt at date« na »latcrt, for the collection
of oouidy, poor, rond and dog taxe« for the
yearlssti. During July August au l Septem
ber 5 per cent off.
September it—Blackbird.
September 13 * 13- New Castle,
aepiemher 14 * 1\—Wilmington.
September 16-81. George«.
Septemlrer 18 —Middletown.
September I* Odessa.
September 20—Newark.
September XI—Delaware Oily.
Sepieraber t! Kirkwood.
September 2t—Wilmington.
Septemlier W—HockeBelb. ,
September 26- Towneend,
September 27—Blackbird.,
September fS—Centreville.
September 29-Newport.
Se p I ember 30- Wilmington.
_REGISTER'S ORDERS.
j^KGlSTER'S ORDER.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle Cmnty, Del.. August IT. tsiO,
Upon the application of Joseph L. Carpen
ter. Junior, ARtnmlalratnr of Frank D. car
penter, late of Wilmington hundred. In said
county, deceased. It 1« ordered ami directed bv
the Register that the Ad ml n I Mr, tor aloreeaid
give notice of granting of Letter, of Adminis
tration upon the eetat* of the deceased,
with th* date of granting thereof
by causing advertisement* to be poet
within forty days from the date
such letter« ln «ix of the most public, place* of
the county of New Castle, requiring all per
sons having demands against the esta le to
present the same, or abide by an Act of As
sembly In such case made and provided; and
also cause the same to he Inserted within the
same period in Die Evening Journal, a news
taper published In Wilmington, Del., and
o be continued therein three weeks, e. o. d.
Given under the hand and seal
of offiee of the Register aforesaid
at Wilmington. In New Castle
county aforesaid, the day and
year above written.
J. WILKINS COOCH, Register.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that Letter* of Ad
ministration w ere In due form of law granted
unto the undersigned, on the Seventeenth
day of August. A. D 1693. and that all per
havlng claims against the estate
of the deceased must present Die same, duly
sr tested, to the said Administrator, on or be
fore the Seventeenth day of August, 1894, or
abide the Act of Assembly ln euch cam made
aud provided
JOSEPH L. CARPENTER. Jk..
Administrator.
"I
l"l
Addresa, Wllmlrgtoa, Del.
'H OFFICE, I
Now Caetle County, Del., August 21,18P9, s
Upon Npplicatiuii (*f '1 human F, Katun, ad
minlftratoi of Robert Lalng, late of Wllmlng
ton humlrtHl, tn said county, deooattHi, It l*
ordered and directed by tee Heg later that tbe
Admimetralur atorceaid give nolle© of grant
ing of Isetter* of Administration upon the
eataie of the deceased, with the date of
granting thereof, by causing advertlnemenui
to bo poet4'd within forty da>a from the date
of auch letter» In tdxof tin- mo«! public place»
of the county of Sew C'aetle, inquiring all
perron* having demands agaliiht tbe estate to
K renent lb© Paine, or abide by an act of Akm*id
)y iiiHUch cane made and provided; and nl.-o
raun© th© name to Imj luserted witliin the name
period in the Rveiiliiir «louriial, a ro w.-paper
publtehiMl in Wilmington. Del., and to bu con
tinued therein three we©«*» (©. o. d )
Given under the hand and koäI (»f
office of the HcglMer aforesaid at
Wilmington, In New Caatle county
aforesaid, tb© day and year above
written.
J. WILKINS COOCH, Register.
NOTICE,
Nolle© la hereby given that Letter» of Ad
mi oint rat ion were in clue form of law' granted
unto the undendgned.on the twenty-first »lay
of Augu»t, A. D-, aud that all persons
having claim» against t he eolat© of the de
ceaeea muet present the «am«, dalv attested,
to the »aid Administrator, on or before the
twenty-fitst day of August. 1ÄJ4. or abide the
Act of Assembly ln auch case made and pro
vided. THOMAS F. EATON,
Administrator.
Addreec. 1132 Poplar »tree!, Wilmington. Del.
J>EG1STKU'8 OHDF*K.
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I
RANKING AND KINANCIAI.
Artisans' Savings Bank
NO. 502. MARKET STREET.
Wilmington, Delaware ■
Open daily from 9 o'clock, a. m., nntil 4 p.
n., and on Tuesday» aud Saturdays from 7 to
8 p. m.
Aflfcetf,
Dcpoflta,
• 93S.B5B.08
8*1,348.63
•114,300.45
1 nlereet allowed on deposits of money for
one or more calendar months at tbe rate of
4 per cent, per annum. Money loaned on
mortgage, on real eetate.
FORGE W. BUSH.
J. AUGUSTUS McCAULLEY. Vlce-p-v.'l.
E. T. TAV LiiR, cee'y and Trea«.
JOSEPH M. MATHER, AndHor.
May 1. 1806.
Snrptus,
I'resident.
i.
ittrvRsioivg.
50 FIFTY CENTS 50
For the one-day Excursion to
Cap©
via
WILMINGTON* NORTHERN RAILROAD
and 1 ! 1
PALACE STEAMER REPUBLIC,
Wednesday«, Thursday«, Saturday* and
Sundays, until further notice
The Republic will not run on Mondays,
Tuesdays aud Fridays..
pHILAUKLPH
1A PASSENGER STEAM
BOATS.
STEAMERS 3
.... CITY OF CHESTER
kF AND
% BRANDYWINE
tiommem Ing Thursday June 16, IW.
Left, n Fourth Street Wharf dally. Sundays In
cluded ,v. I0..O a. m ; hot and 4.18
P. m.
l-eavc Phlladelph'a, Chestnut Street Wharf,
al T.:«), Ul.ir. a. m,; l.Al aud 4.01 p m.
Stop both ways at, l 'bester on all trips.
Freight received all day at Philadelphia and
Wtltulngton and carried a<. tie lowest rates.
^yOODLAND BEACH.
VIA
WILMINGTON AND NORTHERN RAIL
ROAD COMPANY
AND
STEAMER
k THOMAS CLYDE.
/
Beginning Sunday, .Inne 16, train leaves
French street, station dally, except Wednes
days. «dkl a. m.
Wednesdays only, 8.30 a. m.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP, I» GENTA
Children, 28 cents.
THIAMER ULRICA.
S
BETWEEN
PKNNSGROVE
AND ■'
WILMINGTON.
Boat leave« Wilmington, King street wharf,
dally (except Sunday) at T.2Ü a ro. 8.(»>
and tu» p ro. Sundays only, 9,tfl a in, and 1.J0
and 6.30 p m. . _
The 3.UI p m boat from Wilmington connect*
at Pennsgrove with steamer Major Reybobt
for PennavlUe, New Castle, Delaware City
and Salem. , _
Boat leaves Pennegrove dally (except Hnn
day.) al tt.no and iu.ui a ui and 6.00 p ra.
Sunday* only at*. 10 am, IS.DOainl 4.30pm.
The n'.io a ra boat from Pennsnnive liaeoon
nuctloi)« from Delaware Hiv©r Kail road ar*d
from Ht©*m*r Major lUflfMu.
A. d. V«VrA THLANG.
<]
AT LAN
Pennsylvania Railroad.
eave Philadelphia, Market etreet Wharf,
ex press. 6.60 a. ip . 4.1'> and 6.twp.ro.
wt*©k dity«. Accommodation«
in., 8.3» and 4.6Ü 1 ». in. riaivUy3--WirMê,
s. m. Accommodation, 6.00 aud 6.1» a.
4.00 p. m. _•
Philadelphia and Reading R. K.
Laave Jhestnnt street and South etreet
wharves, week-days— Express, ».on a. m., *.■ •»•,
3.60, 4 ,i«i. B.Uip. m. Accomra «talion, 8.0US.
m., 6.46 p. m. Sunday—Expreea, «JW aud 10.A)
a. m. Accommodation, 8.(0a. ra.. 4. 30 p. m.
MONTER BY HOTEL,
Virginia avenue, near the b^ach. Hot and
cold ae* water hatha, and all i»îace»of.lutor«iiti
Newly furnished; excellent table.
E. K. NKWGOMKB, _
T11K NORWOOD,
Ocean end of Kentucky avenue. Open al
reasonable.
F. ALSFKLT.
the year. Terme
NOW OPEN,
No. 21 STATES AVENUE,
MHS. A, RYAN.
Atlantic City.
T
KENILWORTH INN
Ocean End Kentucky Ave
ATIiANTlO CITï.- N.J
Steam Heat, Elevator.
Elegant and Modern,
HRS. ANNIE GRUBB. Pro»
mm
Adf
âjjoTr
«
"*
*
- s* ; .
m
r
SAN MARCOS HOTEL.
Pacific and Massachusetts Avei.
NOW OPEN.
NEAR THE REACH.
Elegantly furnished; Ocean View; Steam
iioal: Hydraulic Elevator; Snu Parlor*!
Eiet (i-:c ( alls; Fire EscapMi
Telephone', Telegraph
U-al.f. Etc. IStc.
Hot aud Cold Salt aud Fresh V4at<l
Br.tbs In tbe House,
(3.60 and Up I'er day.
bn jclal Rate* bv Ute Wut.
Charles William Edwards,
Successor to
ISAAC] SOLOMON.
(Formerly one of* the pront
Glnttham House, Philadelphia).
rletors ot th*
I 1 DKTTRB look
I to 1 jJ'pw D yon* want rob. and
1 V'/V TJpTt / \ >«• G there era not
,.vV) Wj, ' «na« garment* which,
^ * 'MST zzm
A. F. liOHNOT,
716 BJABBKT 8¥
o*»
Cleaned and
be good •«
!(
I 3 . EBISTEK
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT.
SODA, SARSAPARILLA, GINGER ALE
A.nD WEISS BEER.
All orders from the city or state will b*
taken at the depot, Ü8U FKENCH STREET,
aud promptly attended to.
BOTTLED LAGLB BEES AID POETES
P. EBNER,
FOURTH AND UNION STS,
Cr*Telepbone CaU 5U.

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