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Marriage of Mrs. Ella V. Robinson and Ely S. Bane. PBETTY- WEDDING AT 8T. JOHN'S Mlaa Mary K. Clough, the Bride, Joseph Kirkpatrick, the Groom-Parlor Enter tainment at the Home of Miss Richard son—-Charity Meeting at the New-Oen tury Club—Delaware Camera Club'« En tertainment There This Evening, All communications Intended for insertion III this column should he addressed to Society Editor, care of the EvkniRU JoUKNAI.. Com munications should be written ou one side of the paper onlv. A pretty wedding was celebrated in St. John's Church at 8 o'clock last even ing. Miss Mary Ellen Clough was the I ride and Joseph Kirkpatrick, the gtoom. Bishop Coleman performed the ceremony. As the bride entered the church, James V. Roberts played the wedding march. The chnrcb was well tilled with friends of both bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick left here on a wedding trip to New York. On their return they will make their home at Augustine Banks. / The second parlor entertainment for the beließt of the Mercy and Help de partment of the Epworth League, of Scott M. E Church, was given at the home of Miss Annie Richardson, on Kirk wood street, last evening, was realized. The program consisted of vocal and instrumental music, recitations aud an interesting talk on the World's F'air, by Mrs A. H. Berlin, which was the feature of the evening. Miss Lillie Parker and Miss Mamie Foreman sang, "If you love me darling, tell me with your eyes," in a charming manner. Other features of Interest were, the piano and violin dnet by Mabel and Roy Hart, and the instrumental trio, by Messrs. Davis, Hall and Easom. A neat sum f The Delaware Camera Club will give an exhibition in the New-Century Club drawing-room this evening. There was a large gathering at the last meeting which was greatly pleased with the mechanism of the new stereopticon. A general charity meeting was held at 3 o'clock in the New Century Club parlors this afternoon. Associated Charities visitors, representatives of other kindred societies and ministers of varions denom inations were present. Rev. John Y. Dobbins, D. D., gave a talk on Co-opera tion between Churches and Charities. n The membars of Industiy Conclave, No, 2J, Ancient Order Adhesive Mogul lians, and their wives and children, feasted on bivalves in Eden Hall last night. Raw oysters, panned oysters, fried oysters and stewed oysters were the order, and before the musical director called a bait eight barrels of Delaware's best had been devoured by the 200 per sons, who ate nothing all of yesterday in anticipation of the feast, served under the direction of Caterer Frank A. Mit chell. Assistants Ferguson, McCormick and Whittaker. Senator W. T. Watson, of Milford, was lu Wilmington for a short time yester day. Mrs Jennie Wilson, of Philadelphia, is registered at the Clayton House. Frank Hall, of this city, has returned from a visit to Townsend. Miss Sallie Butler, of Georgetown, is the guest of her brother, E. S. R. Butler, «u Washington street, Mrs. Rebecca Emerson and Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, of this city, have been the guests -of friends in Middle town. Mrs George B. Richards, of Middle town, has been visiting friends in this city. Bpcciitl Correspondence Evening Journal. Nhvr York, Nov. 10. —Wilmingtonians W. N. In this oily yesterday were: Harris, W. il Kenworthy, at the Broad way Central Hotel; R Koebles, Windsor Hotel; A. D. Warner, Plaza Hotel: L A. Bower,C A. Rudolph, C. F Rudolph, U. Q. Datke, St. Denis Hotel; H B Cobb, Hotel Savoy; W. H Counell, Windsor Hotel; J. A. Lyons, Hoffman House; F. Sheppard. Broadway Central Hotel; C. >7 Gordon, Broadway Central Hotel ; T. Wllmobr, Windsor Hytel. Miss Josephine Foatd, of Delaware City.and William Foard, of Philadelphia, we.'e in Wilmington to-day. John Rhinehart and family, N Csnby Brown, Mrs Mary Brown, M. Kinsey Brown, and Mr and Mrs. Howard May, of this ci.y, attended the wedding Marcus Hook of Miss Emma Gray, that place, aud William Brown, of Media, s>n Wednesday evening. W. H. Foulk, of this city, has been visiting his brother, J, Y. Foulk, Milford. Fred Sattqifield, of this city, is visit ing friends in Harriugton. Mrs. Elbridge Plumber and Miss Katie Plumber, of this city, have returned from the World's Fair. Charles Joue«, of this city, has turned from a vielt to Cbeswold. S. H Clark, of Chester, is in town to day the guest of Ï. Bayard Heisel Profesem' Frank Leslie Crowell, Philadelphia, was In this city yesterday. Miss Mattie Boron, of Holly Oak, vis 'tlug friends in tols city. - Sf. \ 1 Baton Gustav Berg and his daughter Miss Mimi, visited Thomas B Smith this city yesterday. The youngest of the baron is the husband of youngest granddaughter of tlie Samuel Harian.founder of the Harlan Hollingsworté Company. The baron his daughter v.sKea the works of Harlan and Hollingsworth Company was driven over the city. William K Duncan, of this city, returned from • week's trip to Harris burg, ■ ' Ely S Bane and Mrs EU» V. Bobinsod, both of this city, were married last night, tat their new home, No 1122 Elm street The ceremony wan performed by Rev. Ci. Buddlugtou, of Bethany Baptist Chutch. A. J. Newkirk, of this city, was best man and Mrs Jennie D Derr, «f Philadelphia, was bridesmaid. ! bride wore an ashes of rose gown of henrietta trimmed in bengaline. bridesmaid wore terra cotta trimmed with velvet. After the ceremony a wed ding supper was served. Those present were; Mrs.ThomasGibsoa, Mrs. McFarland, Mrs. Ellen Krauss, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krauss, Mrs. Casey, Mrs. Carroll, Mrs Annie Wilson, Mr. and, Mrs. James Keenan, Charles Keenan, Miss 1 Katie Kasey, Mies Annie Balance, Mias Bella Dunze, Mias Mattie Botbe, Miss Emma Butts, Miss May Smith, Miss Lizzie Smith, Miss Ella Smith, Mis* Mamie Grant, Miss Mary Darin, William Martin, Joseph Miller, Joseph Alexander, Mr. McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna. The Hannibal A Williams, of New York, gave the second of bis private series of Shakespearian recitals at the Now Century Club last night. He gave "The Taming of the Shrew." The recitals were given under the patronage of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. S, W. Mc _ " J®, _ .... n , . , Caulley Mr. ind Mrs Q M. McOanslaud Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Poole, Mr and 1 Mrs William S. Prlckett, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Pnsey, Mr. and Mrs Fred eric Pyle. Mr. and Mrs John F. Quigley, Mr. aud Mrs J. D. Sis 1er, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Smalley, Rev. Dr and Mrs. W. P. Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Smyth, Mr and Mrs. William H. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Warner, Mr. and Mrs C. Wesley Weldiu, Miss Emma Worrell, Prosessor I. T, Johnson, Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Bancroft, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. ; George S. Capelle, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Canning, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. J. Y. Dobbins. Mrs. Mav Du Pont, Mr. and Mrs Harry Emmons, M. and Mrs. W. M. Field. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Frantz. Mrs. and Mrs. Charles E. Fritz, Mrs. F. 8 . Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Griggs, Mr, and Mrs. W. Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Howland, Dr. and Mrs, 0. R. Jefferis, Mi . and Mrs. G. G. Lobdell, Hon. aud Mrs. Charles B. Lore, Miss Mary H. Askew Mather, Mrs. Elizabeth Mendinhall, Miss Helen Savery. ■ I EPWORTfl'S PASTOR RESIGNS. NEARLY EVERY METHODIST CHURCH Conference HI* Great Work In Itulldlug IN THE CITY WILL CHANGE PASTORS. Rev. Mr. Jewell Announces That He Will Auk for a New Appointment at the Next Bp His Chargea-Rev. Kwlng Hay He Called. Rev. Isaac Jewell, pastor of Epwortb M. E. Church, has resigned and now nearly every Methodist church in Wll mlngton will expect a change of pastors at the next session of the Wilmington tlAnf.i*.iiPH T _ 11 ' „ ... Mr. Jewells action was quite unex pected, although members of tiis officiary anticipated some sudden development when they were called together for a special meeting last night. Mr. Jewell announced that he would ask to be sent to a new appointment at the next session of conference, he having been pastor of Epwortb for three years, the old limit in the Methodist Itinerancy. He thanked his leaders in the church for their spien did support aud untiring work during the three years of his pastorate. He said the work bad been bard and at times very up to this been wisely planned and well doue. In announcing his deaire for a change of pastoral relations he said that this was the first time he had ever informed his church that he desired a change be fore the expiration of the term of years allotted to a pastorate by the church discipline. He then very feelingly thanked the official members of the church for their kind consideration mani tested in many deeds of kindness, effi cient aid and constant prayers for his success. ..... Rev. Isaac Jewell is a very popular minister and is greatly admired as a preacher, a pastor and a Sunday school worker wherever he is known. In the latter branch of church work he is especially efficient and for several years conducted all the children's ser-| vices at Brandywine Summit Camp. He has been the pastor at Epwortb for been called difficult but that, time, everything had arly three years, having there from Rising San. Md . Duiing 1883, '84 and '85 he took a post graduate course at tho Cbatauquan University, N Y., completing the course with the highest honors after diligent study. He began preaching when he was 21 years old ter was In building up his congregations and their places of worship, and It has been through his efforts that Epworth Church has been changed from a shell of a building to a handsome edifice, second to none.in the state, with a cheerful and commodious new parsonage and a con gregation bordering on 800 people. He will leave Epworth thus built up, with church property wortli $34,000, upon which there is only $ 10,000 debt. Mr. Jewell's greatest success as a pas at I of in re of is K . - . x , , . When he first started iu the ministry his ability as a pastor soon showet it self. At Federalsbuig Mr. Jewell paid . , ... debt of $6,000. A cramped and dingy place of worship In Bethlehem was, dur mg his pastorate there, transformed Into a new church that cost $4,000. Tbs/little churches on Kent circuit where he labored for three years were replaced by edifices valued at $ 10,000 before he left. Queenstown's new church was built by him at a cost of $4,0L0. Cosv now parsonages were built al ïïSïsîiifsiî* to *" P L aain/m.m£lr. of Epworth Church said to-day that they did not know, now, what they would do for a pastor next year. "We have just called upon Rev J. D Ü. Hanna." said one, "aid asked him if he would consider the call from Epworth. He replied that he desired leave the conference and had already wired his acceptance of the call to Sing Sing N Y " V It is said that Rev. H W Ewing, Port Deposit, Md , will be called to be ..... uJ.< Through the efforts of Rev. Isaac Jewell arrangements have been made have the Yorkshire evangelist. Rsv Isaac Naylor, occupy the pulpit at Ep worth M E Church on Sunday morning. This will be M., Naylor's first , pearance in any other pulpit outside Asbury Gbuich where he is holding wonderful revival meetings. iu the the and has llev. Naylor to Preach at Epworth. -ï Lecture at Klugswood. DuPont Post G A. R., will attend divine aervlee In Kirgswood M E Church. Fourteenth and Claymuut streets, next s-»ndav tnornin? b. uoay morning, Rev. H. o Lia lan y Will deliver a tore entitled "A Trin to the World's « . t »1 B « worms Fait*, in Ktugswood M E Church, FrldaV evening. November 17 for bene rnuiijr w w c Lt > IUI fit of the p*U 8 t€Og. 0 The ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD . „ „„„ ___ AN EXHIBITION AFTBE THE GAME Philadelphia Athletes Will Have a Warm Reception. Holy CmsH CtuVld Will Tine Up AgHlin th** C. A. C. T«hiu and NcrlnmiHKe for 1 *o*s**«hIoii of the ri|Nkln-lluy Twin In the Itennett Household A Wumm Without Hand- Will Make llread In Church. Speolal Correspondence Evening Journal. Nbw Castle, Nov. 10 —Football has become eo papular as an outdoor sport In this neighborhood that it Is expected, if the weather tomorrow U as pleasant as to day, that half the population will turn out to see the C. A. C. eleven of this city line up against the stron , sk ,if n l team of the Holy Cross * Guild of Trinity Church, Philadelphia Both teams have been practicing hard for the contest and the New Castle boys are determined to win They will Constable, tha have probably brilliant quarter back, and Dawson, the plncky right guard to hold aloft the colors of the C. A. Cfl lenger, whose home is In this city, but who has been playing full-back with the Bank Clerks' team, of Philadelphia, «ill also plav with the New Caatle boys. The C. A C. reserves have received a challenge from the Rockford team, a new Wilmington eleven, aud they will prob ably meet at Battery Park on Monday. Fid ward Chal Exhibitlun of Skill lu the "Gym." To morrow evening the Holy Cross Guild of Trinity Church, Philadelphia, aud the Y. M. C. A , of Wilmington, will give a fine gymnasium exhibition in the Opera House, for the benefit of the Co lumbia Athletic Club. Professor Skim merborn, the celebrated guitar player, aud play during the evening, gram, as already arranged, is as follows: ORCHESTRA. the C. A. C. orchestra, will The pre Flotow . Baker fromth-Worth The Holy ('ross Guild, of Trinity Chimb, Philadelphia, will, through Its reppeNeuta tivttf. Hive exhibition» of Rapid Indian Club Swinging, by M. C, O'Brien. Contortion», by Chari©» H. Moon#. Jumping and kicking, by a ci au». | Recitations, by Frank Simplon. Novelties In the gymnasium. Profest or 8k immer horn, the leading guitarist of the Fast, will appear at this juncture and penorm in his usual pleasing style. ORCHESTRA. I Gavotte, "Dance of the Shepherd» I mlugton performer» will appear upon the I »tage, marching aud performing military I evolution». I Dumb bell drill (Piano accompaniment I I Evolution« upon the German Horse, I pyramid. I Inti-li-wt« feats on the parallel bar», yra ' | Selection, "Star Spangled Banner". Key March. "Montrose".Cogswell Pel Ice I ORCHESTRA. | The British steamship Athole, from Hollo via Philadeiph'a for Halifax, Nova I Scotia, anchored at the Brown, in the I Delaware bay, | machinery di'sab I colored woman evangelist went throa gh the county jail yesterday an* | rpmgi-ked afterward that site was struck | w j^jj t k e têct that so many fine-looklag I young men of both colors occupied cells I in p r i sen it is said that the Company H Associa I t, on , the new civil organization which | w ||j take the place of Company H, Firsll I i n f antr y, N. O. I)., will fit up the armor* 1 ag a »ymnasium snd club-house and I ( orln a strong association, I Bourdon & Co., of Wilmington, sent I 0Ter a dr y goods box of Havana tobacco Uaveg yesterday for distribution in the I Warden Francis passed the leaves around and the prisoners smoked or | c bewed all the afternoon, Yesterday was visiting day in the c A c g y mn aatum, snd Janitor Bradley wag kept busy all dfty showing people | aroun< j Anchored. With tCnglnca. yesteiday, with her led. She is laden with a full cargo of sugar. Incidauta of the Day. Proprietor Fagan, of the Hare's Corner I w n; hold the last track meeting of | t jj e geason Hare's Corner this att«r . B00n The colored woman without hands will mikg bread and ' biscuit iu Ml. Salem Church to night. Delegates from the Lenape F'ire Com panv, who were elected last month, al lt . nded tk e meetiug in Wilmington last n ight j ames Beunett, a well-known citizen and mgc bauic. is the proudest man in town to da _ Yesterday morning at 8 j g *gi 0( » k k e received a mtssage while at. I bj 8 WO rk which said 9 cou i d hardly believe bis own eyes, but I w ben he went to his Sixth street horn I there they "Twins!" He were—two big boys, clapping ,th»ir bands in high glee. | s,\■ h street citizens and their mother are a The new both we'l. , Two pretty New Castle girls have I 0 p gu ] y «vowed that they will wear the co i or8 n f tbe Holy Cross Guild to morrow an , c b«er for tho success of the Pbila de]ph j a boys instead of the C A C , b« ca „ ge the C A. C. janitor offended them . p Br .o.iai Event«, „ . , * ' . . Captain Thomas Frazer has srrived b'X'SwrÄ Conductor James U Phillips, of Wil "Ington who runs the New Castle tr ' ,n - sa * 8 tbal be not * bad ® a » b« 1 , 1b 8eut over to New Castle tban ® a ° >" Wilmington, I Mrs John Good and daughter Ella, to ba ™ u ho '■*,'Wilmington ^ w !' WMn ™Âh # iî,«t au . nt ' Mr ? Whlpf, on fourth street. James 8 . Dungin is in Philadelphia on of a ''Jv, dnwn Captain J. E Phillips did not go down I ïftKKÂr 1 "' Miss Lillie Finley, of Marcus Hook, I visiting Wilmington friends. to __ ■ 11 The rlCCadllly UVCTCOatS, £. . anf J ff,o Vpvv Vnrlr f - 5 f 11Q I S._iN CW t OFK of Clothing HOUSe, 3 ID Market his during a recent visit to the gymnasium. street. . ^BSSSSJISSSSSSSBfcBaH I in the Mum-Is«. Aching Palnk A prompt sod «un I remedy, small »ln- 36 cts.. large bottle, so F .r sale In Wilmington by s. c. MeKeevr. Mary lee- land Are. and Linden Su VraMjy sPbarroacv.su I «»d Monroe «I. %V,E. Smith,-tth and Harrtson roT.ivlor ACo., «« E,«bSt. Munson « Targette on I v R cor. nth and OrungcSta o/ Imltatl -m. TV Olm» drvpitl'tt are I oumuU in H UmintrUm and an f*V J d-vççUU nUiny the gmuim Muruivn Hemcdu^ , 1 , m .-I MOTHER HIGGINS INTERVIEW. He Saya the Elections Show That the People Have So Confidence In the Governmental Powers of laeniocrucv. Senator Higgins bas given another In terview. This time It is on Tuesday's election, lie makes the following deduo tious : "The result of the election of Tuesday seems to make manifest the fact that in the opinion of the people the Democratic party is Incapable of conducting the affairs of the government. The threat of its policies in respect to finance and the tariff has caused the overthrow of onr Industries and their prosperity. "To its amazement 1 be country found that even President Cleveland, with ail the powers of his great office, did not represent the Democratic majority in the Senate on the financial question to settle which, a special session of Congress was called. Only by an unexampled nse of patronage was be able to get tlie support of even one-half of the Democratic mem bers of the Senate. "The sweeping character of this victory In so many states indicates that the threat of tariff reform which has para lyzed al) business and depressed wages, has worked a profound change in the opinion of all communities." NATIONAL GUARD APPROPRIATIONS Mh.Iot Mttcliell Will Kruder HU Itepoit to Ad.iutMBt'Oeueriil Hurl lu n l)uy or Two. Mayor Fldmund Mitchell, Jr., will reu i der bis report of the inspection of the National Guard to Adjutant-General Hart to morrow or Monday, The adju tant-general will then draw upon State Treasurer Burnite for the appro priation of $2.400. This will ha distributed among the companies which have complied with the law us regards drill aud strength. The money so received will be applied to pay ment of the debts of the refpertive com panies and this settlement will soon be followed by disbandment. lu Olden YltnttH People overlooked the Importance of permanently beneficial eff-cts and were satisfied with transient action, but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently cure habitual con stfpatlon. well informed people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. THOSE WHO HAVE THE READY CASH ND ARE IN NEED OF CLOTHING, will find it to their advantage to purchase of us and save money. We aie showing an elegant line of Men's and Hoys' Suits and Overcoats, and if our prices are not lower than those of other deal ers we will not expect you to buy. A WE* WANT* MONEY And less stock, and it need, therefore, not be sur prising to you why we are selling our goods at such very low prices. fe IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To come and look, and we will save you dollars if you buy. Turk Clothing House, Market Street. 415 P"' A , is FOR INVENTIONS. Kanal with the Interest of those having claims against the government is that o? INVENTORS, who often lose the benefit of valuable inventions because of the incompetency or inattention of the attorneys employed to obtain their patents. Too much care cannot be exercised in employing competent and reli able solicitors to procure patents, for the value of a patent depends greatly, If not entirely, upon the care and skill e' the attorney. With the view of protecting inventors from worthless or careless attorneys and of seeing that inventions are well protected by valid patents, we have re lamed counsel expert in patent practice, and therefore ara prepared to Obtain Patents In the United States and all Foreign Countries, Conduct In terferences, Make Special Examinations. Prosecute Rejected Cases,. Register Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Render Opinions as to Scope and Validity of Patents, Prosecute and Defend Infringement'Suits, Etc., Etc. If you have an invention on hand send a sketch or photograph thereof, to. gether with a brief description of the important features, aud you will beat onoe advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are seldom necessary, others are infringing on your rights, or if you are charged with infringement by others, submit the matter to us for a reliable OPINION before acting on the matter. If PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY. 618 F STREET, NORTHWEST, P. O. BOX 467. WASHINGTON, D. C. JOHN WEDOERBi'SN. Managing Attorney. arï» Cut «hl« out ana send It with vou» inquiry WALTER H. PODESTA, EYE SPECIALIST, für QUEEN & C sta ttu NOW OF < Valter B. Podesta & Co, Optical Specialists, PtiDa., be In WILMINGTON. DEL., as usual, every FRIDAY, in ■ fflee of MR. WM. J. FISHER. No. 8 6 MARKET STREET, «0 long occupied by hlm. Apprécia ing the kindly favorsof patron age he baa received from the beet citizens of Yvllmington, he re aped fully Invitee all those troubled with Headache, or whose eye» are causing discomfort In any way to call on him and receive r UKE the edvtce, his knowledge and long experience warrant him in giving, REMEMBER, NO CHARGE for examining your eyes. Satis taction invariably guaranteed. Will CHOICE NEW PROCESS Buckwheat Flour, Guaranteed new and pure, 7 Pounds for 25 Cents. Prepared or Self-Rais ing Buckwheat, 3 Pound Package. 14 Cents. 1 Pound Package, 7 Cents, AT J. J. SMITH'S, FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS The best in the world for the money, Washington Beaver Overcoats for Men, $10. New York Clothing 1 louse. 316 Market street. \ür. THEEL T-n 1317 ARCH St., * tit/ pu,»,. L III* Ul» I. ! I ,r UKa r iflnK'k ftÜ5 ui.mmi 1 * 1*1 1**1 lllat imrm. Mrl li, tv.;; dit'tij, 1 m ••*> t « i> «-> tirttiiiiry or MiMiMiarjr. 1 «« »"•«< : Hi** irtlii* y ii.-r Trait HUll ••id -1 tUb 1 »* r t. li » .■ • u. k in, . I» fttlt f.M That Overcoat Room of ours will be crowded with buy ers. Every Overcoat bought under its true value. New Y ork Clothing House. 316 Market street. NOVEMBER •o. 1 S V Any! Bins you dhsattiAed ft re \\ it li plcasr Dring it liack ami got your nullify. r fl. lR AM* CO»'»' Almost every day some large Manufacturer of Clothing, who is in need of money comes to see us offering large lots of Clothing at our ow n price. We haven't bought from all of them as some clothes we wouldn't sell at any price. We are careful enough to sell only such goods asdve can recomend, been hut we have gathering in large lots of Overcoats and Suits, in some instances at about the cost of material alone. The Magnificent line of Men's Suits and Overcoats we are showing al $io, will inter est you. They are a high standard of excellence at moderate cost, and consider them good value at $3 more. 20 shades of those famous $12 Kersey Overcoats, have previously told you how we came across this line of Overcoats, and the circum stances which allow us to offer them at such exceptionally low figures. The Piccadilly Overcoats al $15 and $iS. We Strictly onc-|*ricc, ami If dla HatiNÜed with your piirehaNC wo will return your money. MAX EPHRAIM. H. V. Clothing House, 316 Market Street. AMUMKMRNTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Saturday Night, Xoveinl>cr II, HEIL BURGKSS—THE COUNTY FAIR. Entire New Scenery, Complete Mechanical Effect». 5 Thoroughbred Kuo« Horn«**. 5 Visit that Overcoat room at the New York Clothing House, 316 Market street. NOTIOK.S. N otick-in conformity with the provltion» of the act of the General As Mnnbly.oftbe Stale of Delaware Mw»»e<l at Dover, March ». A. D. 1S83, nulle» I» hereby given that an application will he made to the Hon. Iguatiu» C Gmbh, «»-oclate judge of the Supreme Court of the Slate of Delaware resid ing In New l'aol le county nnSainnlay the lltb dav of November al In o'clock a. m. at the Court House, In the city of Wilmington, lor the Incoipnration of a company to lie called the Delaware Washed Sana and Gravel Co., the objects of which sic for manufacturing purpose«. J. FRANK HALL, Att'y. for Incorporât ira. The New York Clothing House Overcoat Room is having a boom. PROPOSALS. CE ALED PROPOSALS FOR SCHOOL ~ furniture to he plac-d In the new grain mar vchool. No 2», will lie received at the room of the Hoard of Education, on November 13th, bid» to be placed in the box tty » o'clock, p. tn. For futher particular» apply to com milice. S. II. haynaud. JOSEPH PYLE DAVID H. COYLE DH. E. G. SI1UK I LIDGE DR. J. H MORGAN, WILLIAM TURNER, W'LLIAM B. CLERK. Visit that Overcoat room at the New York Clothing House, 316 Market street. SCARCITY OF MOSEY MAKES NO DIFFERENCE. The Way to Make Money Is to Save It THE WAV TO SAVE IT is to purchase a hauae or lot on easy mouthl] lia meni». whlrli wIlU'OBt j011 less than rent amt oe a aavinas I und for your money. Apply tu JOS. L. CARPENTER, JR., !>23 Market Street. Black and Blue Double breasted Overcoats. New York Clothing House, 316 Market street. OOCDLISTfi* mmoBiPTioiiii flLUD. 8 . H. maINARD, cobbbb wiFTH Arn Hinan rv AlMCBTHBira GDABAKTBflD Vllataita. n*> The [New York Clothing House Overcoat Room is having a boom. —? The best in Jthe world for the money, Washington Beaver Overcoats for Men, $io. New York Clothing House. 316 Market street. THERE NEVER WAS A TIME When we have given you aa much for your money na we're doing rugit NOW, has certainly given yon an op portunity to secure some splen did values in now, stylish Foot wear. •inantity of goods, but onr stock has not yet reached its proper level. Until it does we shall continue to sell. This sale We've sold an enormous Ladies and Men s Black Clotb Over-gaiters, 37c. laAciiea' nott Patent. Tipped or Plain Too Kid Button made of good soft leather and on the new last . . • • $ 1.33 Worth all of Ladies' better quality, Kid Button, pointed, square and common sense toes. Regular price, $3 75. During this sale . <g | ,95 Ladies' Extension Hole Kid Button al • ■ $2.00 Worth $;i Ladles'Genuine Hand sewed Viel Kid Button, 4 styles, all widths, at . . . Worth $3.50. Lad it s' Finest Hand made Kid and Kangaroo Button and Lace: no better made or better wearing shoes sold at $4.50; at S3.C O Child's neat. Patent Tipped Kid Button, Hj to 10^ , . . Worth $ 1 , Child's Pebble Grained Solar Tipped Springs, sizes 8 to 11 . Worth IK)«. • . $ 2.60 71IC C 3 c Child'« '"'.•4ge Heel Kid But ton, a'.*.« 1 to 8 . Worth (Pie. 43 c L f*Hta' Kid Worked Button Hole Shoes. 3Co Worth 50c. Boys' Lace and Button Shoes, made of good durable leather aud neat sizes U to 2 . Worth $1 25. Boys' and Youths' real Calf Lace aud Button Shoes . . , « i qg Worth $1.75. $3.50 Buys Men's best quality P-Giit Leather Shoes, 4 styles. Worth $i 50. $3.75 Buys Stacy, Adams & Co's Hand made Calf or Kangaroo Shoes. No better goods sold anywhere at $5. *J2c $B.OO Buys Men's Hand -Welt Culf Kaugareo and Porpoir* Shoes. Worth $:> 50. Our $ I ,W5 Meu s Calf Shoes are g 1 *g out rapidly, all shapes, $2 75. Actual Valkie, A. H. Sommers, ItHialile Shoo House, 209 Market St. 209 Near Second Street. Rough Cheviot Suits, $10 and $12. New York ' lodi ing House, 316 Market street. W2 CAN SAVE Y0Ö MONEY ON UNDERWEAR. * * Äjj j . The double-breasted and dm M». hack Camel's Hair Merino, »ml tl * double breasted and doubm back Natural Wool Mixed have h- i a large sale. garments for the money, aru buttoned on the shla. (oily I protecting the chest. 5(lc. eacli, I We »ell the Wright's Health Under- I Wear. I They are exce'l-i.t Th» v WYATT «L GO. S(BN'S rtlRMSB*«» 603 MARKET 8 "»-'T We I .sundry Oollu'i for O'- < f-v~. | Bovs' Overcoats, same son of elegance as we have for men. New York Clothing t^ouse, 316 Market struct. DANCING! DANCING! Learn to Dame and become gmrefill. You can do this by having one of Cooney's Dancing Instructors Ae your guide- Full Inst ructions tf all tKe waltzes and quadrilles, all the collect- lm n-r»; how to conduct parlies; bow to call l'ir uw: how to conduct yourself while at a leeepttnn, rules on ball-room etiquette; advice t j he«(n. ner». Price, Ï5 cents. For «ale at Ml'TLKH <St SON'S, 42U Market street, DAVIS A ( ll,>. 3ia Market street, and M. 11. Ui:liVl.hV», 1C7 West Second street. Have you seen that Over coat room at the New Voik Clothing House, 316 Market street ?