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THE HEW ASSISTANT.
Miss Draper, of New York, Chosen to Aid Principal Knapp IH EDUCATING THE YOUTH OF TOWN Two Prison«™ RrouRht to Jail From Various Parta of th« County on Serious Chars««—Miss Kll«n Smith's Itody Bronchi |From Baltimore-Kverything Complet«, Now, at B«edy Island. £l>eclal Correspondence Evening Journal. New Castle, Jan. 10.—Miss Draper, of Oroton, N. Y., la the new assistant principal of the public schools of New Castle, for dnty In the recitation rooms at the High School. The Board of Education met In extra ordinary eesslon last evening In response to the call of President Eckles. Seven members were present. The report of the committee was received regarding the special examination ordered and ad vsrtised to be held in the High School rooms laat Saturday. The committee re ported that the examination was not held simply because none of the applicants ap peered to qualify. Daring the informal talk that followed this report, it was learned that Miss LeMaistre, the Wil miugton applicant, did not appear at the examination because she had withdrawn her application having re ceived a more remunerative position. Oscar D. Hidings, the well known civil engineer, formerly of this city, but now of Clementon, N. J . did not apply as was expected, cot having sufficient time to brush up bis languages. Mias Draper, the newly elected assis taut principal, la a graduate of a normal school and seminary in New York state, and, while young in the profession, she has already had much success as a teacher and is well recommended to Principal Knapp and the Hoard. The new principal will assume her duties next Monday if she can possibly get here by that time. Nil«*« Now On« of the Finest. The establishment and equipment of a Maritime Exchange branch office at Reedy Island and the placing there of telegraphers makes that once isolated little spot in the Delaware one of the best safeguards to health, in the way of a quarantine station, in the East. Francis Brothers, of the Kensington Engine Works, have completed for the United Htates Marine Hospital service, Dr. Walter ~ geou Heed y Island, one of the finest and best equipped disinfecting plants yet de signed, and it Is expected that it will be placed in position within a few days. The plant differs somewhat from that made by the firm for the disinfectant vessel Zamora, used at the Breakwater tjuarautiue Station, and embodies modifi es! ion» and improvements suggested by William H. Francis, a member of the firm, who has made a thorough study of the subject. Besides the Reedy Island plant, the Messrs. Francis have also ready for shipment a disinfecting plant to be used at Cape Charles, and another almost completed to be placed on the old war vessel which .the] government Marine Hospital service an outbreak of cholera during (the com ing summer. | Char Red With Serious Crimea, Chateau de Could received (two more guests last evening. Both men were ■tent there by country magistrates and are charged with serious offenses against the majesty of the law. Magistrate William H. Smith, Newark, put Into the sheriff's keeping the person of Thomas Riley, a young white man. The charge against him is that he"did commit or attempt to com mit rape on ta woman named Kate Hanigau, on January 1." The magis träte must have felt convinced that, it was not rape, for he only fixed the bail at £100. Riley ceuid not raisa'it (and Con stable Andrew J. Mote, the officer who made the arrest, brought him here. The other guest was Mamuel Crisden, a Christiana hundred negro He is ac cased of threatening to kill Henry Lock man, also colored. He bad bis prelim inarv bearing before Magistrate James T. Richardson, of Marshailton, and was committed for trial In default of (250 ball. Foreman Q. H Snaveiy of the Bell Meld Department at the Delaware Iron Works, Will probably remove his family to Middletown, Pa , in 4 few days, hav ing severed his connection with tbe works here His son, Harry Snaveiy, W The C*A C hand nr be inet. A. L. Minstrels, band, orthea tra and atage performers, will hold their full stage rehearsal in the Opera House on Friday night for the big entertain ment to be given in Assembly Hall, Del aware City,next Saturday night. The Kvekiki jnroiiT 1 . me Kv bring Journals splendid oner of books and coupons is not being overlooked in New Castle, but scores of aubsc fibers are saving their coupons for the books and photographs. A special and interesting service will beheld at. the Finn Met bod, et Protestant Church here this evening at 7 30 o'clock. There will be preaching by P.ev. B F f Joaur. aftw.which the (sacrament of the Lord ■ supper will be administered. The body of Miss Ellen Hmlth, who died in Baltimore early yesteiday morn Ing, while ou a visit to her sister, Mrs. Prjudfeit, was brougnt to this city ou the 6. SO train last evening and Funeral Director Clewell removed it to the late home of tbe deceased. Operator George Garter, who has man aged the Maritime Exchange interests hete since tbe resignation of Colonel J. J. - Wymao, Supervising Sur General, fer Ht ■ ■ tbe Jamestown, loaned to the in tbe event of of Incidents of th« Day. Scrofula in the Neck The following Is from Mrs. J. \V. Tillliruok, wife of the Mayor of McKeesport, Penn.: " i . My little boy Wlltle. now »lx years old, two roî years ayo bad a l.uie under one ear whli-li Pin gjt doctor ».lid was Hcruf ''J fir ula. As it continued to grow be finally lanced and It discharged for some lime. Wc then be _ _gan giving him Hood W Aille Tlllbrook. KarsjparU'.a and he hie proved very rapidly uuUl the sore healed up. Lout winter It broke out again, followed hy Kryaipcla*. We again gave him Hood's 8ar inrpariUa with most exceU.ut results and has had no further trouble. Hit, cure is due <e Hood's Sarsaparilla He ha« never been very roh»ist, but now seems gnd dally croH ia« »lr«nc«r." Mooo'8 Pills *> ï. /U and looe ib« »toiusch. Try them. 25c. ni, weaken, hut aid wm Baking Powder .Absolutely Pure A cream of tartar baking .powder. Highest of all In leavening strengthLatest United Citâtes Government Food He|>ort. Royal Baki»o PownanOo ins Wall 8t. N. T Qegan, about two years ago, will remove hie family to Marcus Hook this week, be having assumed bis new duties there. St. Peter's Ladles' T. A. B. Society Is rehearsing nightly for the big dramatic entertainment to be given in the Opera House some evening early in February, which has already been described in the Evknimu Journal. There is a big change in the work this week at the Triton Cotton Mille. While the wheels of machinery still run mer rily along, the wage scale, it is reported, does not go along so merrily. It is said that hereafter there will be only eight hours work a day and a corresponding reduction. Personal Kvanta. George W. Vincent, head clerk for Thomaa J. Gravel), yesterday resigned his position there. Miss Lizzie Wise is in Wilmington spending a few days with her brother, Rev VV A Wise William Smith, of Centrevllle, visited friends in New Castle yesterday. Rooms and board. Mr». Myers. Third street. By all mean» see the Columbia patent coffee f iot and the new egg-uoaclier and fryer, luaranlced to Have one-tlftli. J. T. Hto<i|m. New styles of wall paper. J T. Stoops. BIG CUT AT THK DIAMOND STATE. I.ahorinic Men MhIui IO Centn Per Hour. Ollier Workmen Cut lu Proportion. Third Cut Nine« Miiy. A great cut in wages went Into effect at the Diamond State iron Company this week. This is the third cut that has been made rince May, and the men are hardly making enough to keep body and soul together. The company is engaged in the manufacture of railroad iron, forging horse shoes, and machine work Tbe company has enough orders now to keep the mills going for more than a month. It Is rumored that 100 men were taken on at the Old Ferry Mill. A member of the company was seen this morning and questioned concerning the rumor. Ho refused to deny or affirm t he story say ing It was none of the public's business. He also refused to give any information concerning the condition of affairs «t the works, Th« new cut that went into effect has caused general dissatisfaction among the men who have worked very llttl« this winter and at reduced wages. They are forced to accept, however, or remain idle. The laborers have been cut down until they only receive 10 cents per hour. The merbaulcs have beeu cut 50 cents per week, and a general 10 par cent, reduc tion has gone into effect among tbe pieceworkers. IT MAY BE BLANNEN'd MURDERER. r»lrlek Farrell. Arr.M.d In rilt.hnrg. Aigres» With the Fugitive'» llesrrlptlan, Chief of Police Dolan has received a letter from Henry Muth, superintendent of police, of Allegheny City, Pa., and In closing a photograph of a man whose description agrees with tbe murderer of Loudren Hlannen. Tbe man was arrested in that city for vagrancy and his name is Patrick Farrell, alias "Ginger," Blannen was shot on October 27 and died at tbe Delaware Hospital about ten days afterward He and a number of other tramps were camped near the junction of the Delaware division and the P., W. & B railroad. Biannen a id tbe man "Ginger" got Into a quairel and the latter shot the former. "Ginger" escaped and has not been seen since, unless thisia he. Chief Dolan will probably send an offleer to Allauhene rtf» in omwr to Allegheny Llty to identify Farrell, who baa been sentenced to thirty days hard labor ' J _!_ BANK DIRECTORS ORGANIZE. - Pré» ton Lea R»-elected Prealdant nf Futon National Honk. The newly-elected board of directors of Union National Bank met this morn ln * * n <! T-e following officers were elected; President, Preston Lea; cashier, John U. Danby, teller. Franko Carpenter. ' The Central. First National and Wil mington and Brandy win« directors will arrange to-morrow morninff Th« dir«c * rr * UK , P* 1 ne Uirec tors of the National Bank of Delaware will not meet until Friday. It is nrob able that all tbe old officers will b« r« elected «id officers will be re ----— Kleeted Mine Manag«™. The corpor »tors and members of the Ferris Industrial School met at the New Century Club Building this afternoon and elected eight manager» to serve three years and one to serve une year. The names of the managers whose terms have expired are Dr. Caleb Harlan, Isasr T. Johnson, Thoms» Bird, Joseph I L Carpenter, Jr., J. Tavlor Ganse Alfred Gawtbrop. Elizabeth W. Mendinhail and Francis 8. Garrett. I They were re-elected. The officers of the Institution are: President. Caleb I Harlan ; vice-presidents, Leonard K Wales end J. Taylor Gause : secretary and %rr»oT 1 r. r h p ' 1 .r a , The reports of the officers showed the institution to bein good condition tinan daliy and thatithad exercised a decided influence in teforming incorrigible and way ward boj s. it It s to Shield»' Library Night School. Tbe night school of tbe Shields' Library Association »tarted last night under promising conditions, with fifty one scholars entered in tbs penmanship and arithmetic dattes. Nearly all of the students are 'over 130 years old. Rev. Dennis J. Flynn, of 8t. Mary 's Church, priaelpil and will be assisted by ■■ bet s'of the association, who are graduates of the High School. The coarse of struction will continue until tbe Utter part of March. mam To Attend th. Old Ga.rd Becption. Governor Reynolds and staff hav. cepted the invitation to attend tbe caption of the Old Guard of New York, in 'Madison Square Garden, Thursday evening, January 18 A number of line officers of the militia have received invi tations and will piebably accept. r MANIAC DUNN 1H CUSTODY. Captured II» Drtrcllm After a Deeperata Struggle In th. Wood. Whither Helled Pled lu HU Fur». Laurel, Jau. 10. — Morrill Dunn, the muscular maniac who has been living in the woods near here, la now firmly held by the strong arm of the law. For nearly ten years Dunn has been suffering from melancholia, and two weeks ago the powerful fellow became a raving maniac. After attempting to kill his father and mother, whose lives were saved by the timely ar rival of Dunn's courageous brother, Dunn fled to the woods. Since then the whole community has been alarmed, nobody knowing when and where the fellow wonld turn up. Today Detectives Wltsil an d McVey found him and, after a strngg ie (which would have result«d fatally had Dunn got the better of them, the madman was arrested and brought to Laurel. Detectives Wltsil and McVey will go up to Wilmington to-night with Dnnn and he will probably be sent at once to the Delaware State Hospital, 1 at Fsrnhurat There was great excitement In the neigh borhood all day and everybody is happy and praising the plucky state officers. ANOTHER LEVY MADE. Jam.» C. Morrow May lie Knubled to Continue In Itu.lni... Sheriff Gould made a levy on the property of James C Moirow flour and feed dealer, at Twelfth and Klug streets, yesterday afternoon. The action was taken on judgments entered as follows; Edward E. Morrow, his brother, (250; William A Huklil, president of St Paul's Camp Meeting Association, (125 - 1)0: A and J. D. Sharpies», (1100 The store was not closed Mr Mor row's inability to meet his obligations is attributed to the dullness in (rode. His creditors will meet to-mrrrow afternoon and endeavor to so adjust mailers as to enable him to continue in butiuees To KnUrlalii the I A party from this city will visit tbe Delaware Stale Hospital for I lie Insane, at Farnburst. to morrow night and give an entertainment. Among those who will go are W. D. Wilkins and family John Wallsmith and family, Mrs F. Kliae, Miss Parker and Willie Bradford, Sport inu N>wg Not««. On Sunday morning at Buffalo after coming home from a drunken carousal, ex Champion Pugilist John I. Sullivan wa» knocked out by his wife with an Indian club. He was unconscious fur an hoitr. A six-days' walking match, six hours a day, for women, has been arrange! to be held in Buffalo. N. Y., next week John H Johnson lowered the two mile world's skating r< c ud at Minneapolis, on Siiudav. by covering tbe distance in 5. ■■ without taking bis hands off his back. Martin Costello, the pugilist who tied t j Canada to escape a two years' Imprison niant for engaging in a prize fight at Roby, lud., will locate in Montreal. The managers of the Dnvul Athletic Club now propose to pull off a fight between two colored champions, prior to the big fight, in order to test Governor Mitchell's determination. Andrew Fennymore bested Louis Landlneir at Hazleton, Pa,, on Monday night in three rounds. The Duval Athletic Club's manager says that Governor Mitchell dares not ask the Supreme Court for a decision on tbe matter of bringing off the fight. The Dead wood Athletic Club, of Deadwood. 8 Dak,, offers a templing bait for tbe big fight in the shape of a (50,000 purse., "' h ] ch .d* l - voeloteil ihectty of Baltimore. Md.. of wh'eh all the leading npwNpapcr« gave a full *<• count, where the from portion only of live entirefloor« of one of the largcet nmnufaciur ing clothier« of that city wa« ablaze, and. men IlM.oafÄ"«"' FlSe°Men*.. b S, V "a'llmi Children'» Clothing have been xned and untouched, and the entire stock has lieen or '*'! r ? 1 , 'Tn !?"V r ?*K 8 snihorltles to he re bnMdtng, No. a 'u!» l> Market * strl-et'.'between Tjn'b streets, directly opposite Jftl TÄ Inside until Ihurtday morning »lanury o'clock prompti), when me SÎÎSÎÎ— Jki-vSi— # ? ru «?. ic •°* ,en f, *r, . lbe i'loihing." A« hU good« havn'tM^HppreitotS H ! oenta on me dollar, t hi« wonderful *hIc of clothing will enable the p**opl?«>f this my and «urroumling country to bu> thrir i lr,thing loralim»«! nothing, a« the entire «tu« k tuuat lR * .V irnetl 1"*° money to effroi an im [»«*111*1« settlement *»f inmirance poiicte*. Hm r^edl.^ftwlher •--umtm. ihUU taie, but a bona tide fire InHumi'ce «ale of clot hing, the great ««t tMh p*i 1 of the rountry l.o. they'll go. Hlxty-eigh* .»• buy« Men*« (J*** Working Pant*, wur 1 : *Scents buy« mJ^VAli-wi^'r.l^inl^'^'aM^uo'bbT «.yle«: worth $4 :» 0 . Just mink of U! ***«• chok- j of Plaid or .^iri|*cd Mm'« fui «, bSjîîSîiîdkî^MVniïutlïnaÎTÎSî'wî.VihSia! »6 dw tin»» an At tip-top ÄhlSdiwüteVlLaei »Iniere Suit, actually worth $1«; SslW forexira ~»iiv mSaiiTîn't'n.'ï'ïl.JS , 1,0,,ul V* Black or f a n<y~< ; olai e. IW orMed c o UwîSî er sacks, actually made to sell for (&V 0». I su.'.plOvc»ni'aM'L'i I open year eye»; worth fid. $«. Id lakes extra Bne Melton Dre»» Overcoat», with bvautlful I ilren'« Suits at :sc-. with i»elve hundred better ones, donble l.rea»t, !*».■ : sImi, one: any size, will let them go for li.es, mn really worth and one hundred ton»- pant» suit» for Boy», all site». worth 8«; with two thousand pairs of Knee pants, H»-. per pair, white they ia»t; and many mu h haranins. all identically sold as advertised. Important The management of the wonderful »ale of c.lotliluif w lah to Impress the fact that beside the few article» at»)Ve mentioned there , re many extra tine tailor-mad. Sud» and Over coat*, »ilk amt satin lined, all Boldin propor tion to tile above prices. It will till the hearts of the people with .toy (who are out-of-town S urchasent) to know that the nianugenient .» concluded to pas all railroad lares by showing return tickets at tliv office, t ome, rain t r shine. Here's one chance In a life time to buy your elolhlm? hi "next-to-noth Ina" prices. The manoKers also wish to state that thee may be compelled al auy moment t hr. my boni the day to close the doors when Hie croad too great and »earnestly rennest I lie public to be patlant until others inside are waited ou.»» this malhmoth building is entirely too »mall to admit the rush without some system. open at bight till »o'clock. Salurday till p. m No »net on Look for I lie Hig aign and number, "(treat Klre Insurance Sale Clothing," and the number, !'1W Market street, Philadelphia, Pa Country merchants do well to visit this great sale of clothing. • Mil« He skated the entire distance TO MORROW IS OPENING DAY. Just as Independence Hall ftrikes the Hour of 9 the Poors Open BE ON TIME BRIGHT AND EARLY. I Is in ac re \ C0 smoke V praus No No KP |«7 11 y. mmf Stems Drugs as » I To To Ï w # SMOKE CHEW V - V as 1 ' r No NOXIOUS FLAVORINGS OR ADULTERATIONS. ITEMS Cr INTEREST "The theory now la that all diseases are caused by germs." "Vert" "I wonder what kind of a germ It I» that produces the disease known as dipsomania?*' **l don't know. '! hero's one thing sure, it ntn't any kind of a water bog."—New York I'rcss. Tii« «nrll«r symptom« of dv «pepsin, «uub Mdtoire*« *ft*r «atloir, heartburn« and occa sional kiftitu lies, shoo Id not be Take Hood'« MiraapHi ilia and ho cured lioo<r« Fin« are the bent family oubartio and liver medicine. JJarml«*«. reliable, »ure. is of •glccled. Mother-**Well, tieorgle, have yon learned anything new to dav «t actioor/*' (ieorgle. *'Vei»." Matnira—"What is it, my pon?" Heorgi«—* Tom Harper ha« the ineasle« an' I've been playin' with him nil afte»noon. M — Chicago Irter-Oeean. Th« tiHtial treatment of ratarrh is very un pfitiMfactory, aa thouaand* nan testify Proper local treatment 1« positively necessary t h su oesa, but many. If noi most, of the reme di#»H in general use afford hut t€*mporary re lief A eure certainly canned be expected from snuffs, powder», douches and washes. Kly'« Cream Balm, which i-* •»» highly tom mended. Is a remedy lm|K>rtant requlaltlon of ffiilca action. »i>ecitic curative |s»weri with imrlect safety and pleas ant ne»H to tiie p-itient* ihe druggista all Bell it. oinhine» the Newpai)a-"P«or, old Nappey muât be com dieooiiraaed abonl ever betoy oared nsomonia.** "Wh> , i''* Newpapa—**1 he«rd hlm t*-ll t lie doctor that he Hlee|>« like a baby IHJW.**—Chicago inter Ocean. MARRIRD. PYLE - WAINWHIOHT.—On Tuesday, June *1. IfOJ. Frank Fylo, »Ir., and (ireta M«ude Wainn right, both of Wilmington* Philadelphia paper« please copy. WAL8EN—MOKELAND.—January 3, 1804 bv Rev. J. H. <jni/g, at th»' re«ldon»ie of Thomas F. Moreland, Wiiliain A Walsen and l stella A. Moreland, loth ot ttils cit>. U1KI) ASPIN.—Very suddenly, in (hie city, on the l<»th instant, Dorothy Aspio, sister of the lat»* Joint A spin, aged M years. Due notice of the funeral will he given. I iitladelphia paper« please copy. BAKCLK V —In this city, on t he 7th Instant, William T. Btrclev, aw»Mt 7n year«* Ht lailves and friend« an* Invited to attend (lie funeral, from ht» Ute residence, Elliott avenue, on Wednesday afternoon, service« ut t im house at 3 o'clock, hit »•uncut in th? RIvervlew Cemetery. COOPER.—In this city, on January 6, 1884, Huaaima F., widow of the late Edward H. Cooper, »ged K.* years. CONLY.—At Newark. Del., on January 4. 1HB4, Eliza Coaly, in the 85lh year of hei age. CONWAY.—In thiacity, January 10, Thomas M., infant son of MU liaelT. and Annie C. Con wav. aged V* month«. Relative« and friends ar« invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of hi« parent«, 1*11 dackson street, on Friday afternoon, Janu ery 15th, at 3 o'c ock. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery. DUNLAP.-On Monday the 8th instant, at Delaware City H«nj«mtn Washington, son rd Hecjamin F. and Mary B, Dunlap. age<i 6S years. ae atlve«a*d friends are Invited (n attend ihe funeral, from his late residence. Delaware City. O'* Thursday afternoon. Service« at Cluist Church at 5o*«ioct. I.ilt rm iii will be ira e at Delaware (Mt /. Pliiladelphla an l New Jersey papers please copy. H ALLAM.—In lid« city, on the 7th instant, Mr» ShchIi E. Hal lam. aged 51 year« Relative« and friends are Invited to attend the funeral, from the reahlence of her hu« baud. Ishhc W. Ilallam. 1114 Weat H h ntreet. \Vt-«lue*d*y, January 10. IM*4. Servie»» at '• p m. Intcrmeot Wilmington and Brand> • SHIELDS On the Atli instant, Katie daughter or John J. and Alnggie E. chield«, aged 9 month«. KELLEIlKR.—At Dockland,on January h. Katie L., KeHeher, »laughter of Michael an»I Abbio Keileher. i»g»*d 17 year«. LA KO.— In this city, on January ■'». 180», Elin V. I.nng. «ged at year«. LON t—AtChri«tiana Llght>Hou»e,on Janu uary »•, 18tM, John Lund. MoCULLOUGH.—On January 5, isnt, at y A , widow of the Bough. MrNELLY.— In Phlladelphta, Ton January 5, 1 K M4, Mat hits J. M< Nelly. ag**d -V» yeans. MOORE.—In thit city, on January 7, Jane T.. wife of John W. Moore. Relative« and frlonu«aru invited to attend the funeral al her late residence. No. «.'5 Jefferson street, »»n Wodneaday. the 10th In stant, at I! o'clock p m Interment private. MOTE,—In Philadelphia, on the 4th instant, Edward G .«on of John H.iu.d Hat tie c. Mote, aged inoulha. PRITCHARD.—In tbi« eity, on January 4. 1884, Harriet, w id Air ».f the late AquiJa Priwhard. Flemincton, N. J., Mar late Colonel Pe'or McCu 1»ULäJL EU'HIA PA88KNOKH 1 BOAT. STEAMER CITY OF CHESTER STEAM j) r'ommenclng Tuesday, November 14. 1888. Leave Fonrth Street Wharf dally, Sunday, In cluded at 7Jki a. m. and LUI p. m. L»ave PhUodelph'a, Chert nnt Street Wharf, at 10.16 a. m. and 4.90 p. a. Stop bo'h way, at Cheater on oil trips. I'owenger. going up on Ihe boat can pur i ;.»»« tickets good to return on the B. is O. K.K. Freight received all day at Philadelphia aun Wilmington and carried st the low»«. ***** IF YOU WANT 10 BORROW MONEY In any amount, PERSONAL SECURITY; If you want yoor weekly or montldy «avinga to earn for you 1« PEU CTIXT., inquire of ille Commercidl Loan and Trust Co. No. 30H Kqnllablc Knlidlng, Wilmington, Del. THOMAS McHÜGfl, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER. Mo. 11 Hatkal Bttee Wilmington war© STILL FIGHTING TRUSTS. Children's Rubber Shoes 10c. Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Leather Button and Lace Shoes at )/> value, Tailor-Made Overgaiters. 75c . now t 9 c. No goods sold wilhoul this adv. Headquarters for Mundell's Solar Tips, Goodyear India Rubber Glove Manufacturing Company. î 1S IV 1 ) 223 MARKET STREET. Opposite Hamburgers. nm% OILS AND GLâSs Brushes, and everything found in a lirst-class Paint Store. House Fainting and Glazing Done in till branches at shortest notice. JAIVh£S m. BRYAN, NO. 107 WEST EIGHTH STREET. TELEPHONE 400. AMERICAN CATARRH CURE ONE BOTTLE CONTAINS 60 A »T'Nifjj > 1 TREATMENTS \ ALL FOR y flit 1 |i ; m ONE \ \ DOLLAR. w People ate beginning to learn that CATARRH is a local disease, caused by re peated col^s in tbe head, causing enlargement of tbe soft bones of the nose, thick ening and ulceration of the lining men brace, with its constant discharge of unhealthy muent and pus ; that every breath is tainted before tbe air reachea the lungs; that it is the cause of the constant hawking, expectorating, nose-bleed ing, headaches, partial loss of hearing, noises in the head, deafness, impaired vision, lassitude, debility, loss of restand impaired appetite, and bad breath; that it is Ihe principal cause of bronchitis, pneumonia and consumption of the lungs; THAT IT CAN ONLY BE CURED BY LOCAL TREATMENT; that, the AMERI CAN CATARRH CURE is the only remedy known that cm enre the disease; that It is not a patent medicine, but tUo private prescription of a physician, who devoted 3(! years to the study and treatment of the disease, and who thought tbe lime bad come when the public should have the benefit of his experience. The cost is tiitling — CO treatments in each bottle for (1 00—always ready for use; gives immediate relief. Mailed anywhere, for (1.00, Prepared by W. B Joues, M D , No 42 North Se venth 81.. Philadelphia. For sale by the Miller Drug Company, 403 Market street. Catarrh Can be Cured WALTER H. PODESTA, EYE SPECIALIST, ÜHÜ QUEEN & CO NOW OF \ Walter H. Podesta & Co., Optical Specialists, Phila.. 1 WDl be In WILMINGTON. DEI... a» tunal, every FRIDAY. In the ofitc« of MK. WM. J. rlSHKIt, No. 110 « MARKET STREET. bo long occupied by him. Apprécia Ing t lie kindK favoreof patron age he has received from the liest i ltlzen» of Wilmington, he re apeclfillly invlteeall those troubleil with Headache, or wbotio eye, arc canning tils» omfort in any way to call on him and receive FREE 1 he advice, hie knowledge and long experience warrant him In giving. REMEMBER, NO CH ARGE tor examining your eyes, Satisfaction invariably guaranteed. umrcuavti' FESflKl ADJCRTS«» »DARairrMMo I FAT PEOPLE. PMBDRIPTIOX* VILUD Pah a Obksity Dill« will r©dn«-e >our weight PERMANtNTtY from to 15 )ioiid(1h a month M> Hl AHVINO aickneaa oi mj ii y; XU PUBLICITY. They hn 11(1 noth« health anil >••nut::v th© »<*rnplexlou leaving M» ubinkus or (lab bln©«©, si our Aii DOMaK'N and difficult hreath(»>g surely re lieved. KO KM'hKDiEMT.buta aolentifto a*d poAlitn itikf. adopted only after year« of ©xrerlen»*«. All onlera »Ubphrd dit eut from oor office. Price pw raukag»*. or three ]»ackage« for fft.ift by mall |w>Mt|iatd. Teelimouiala and paniuulais »led» 2ceota. All C4»rr«*|»oudenc« Mr»« tly i:<»u(hl<-Mi lal. S. H. BATNAJW, trx»is ttnn AX'D ka» ta NOTICE TO OWNERS. For a prompt and reliable Agent try WM. .1. FISHER, COB MARKFT »TK1KT I orsonal allcutiuu. High» 4 relcrencc. Park Remedy Co., Boston, Mass. FULL To order from (26 up ; ready made from 118 up and in the Custon^Depart • ment we can give you either Broadcloth bQ or Dress Worsteds at the prices. DRESS SUITS TO ORDEK, READY MADE TO same Full satin with corded or plain facings cost 15 extra in any of .-ilk or HIRE linings, the grades and our (25 Suits with plain linings or (30 with silk or satin linings is much better than you would have any idea of getting made to order for that money. A complete set of all sizes which we keep especially to hire to any one who does not have use enough to buy one. Closed evenings at 0 except Saturdays. JAMES T. HULUN & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th 4. Market, Wilmington. NERVOUS DEBILITY., MUNSON'S Homœopatlilc Remedy No.'93 C*nrfM w«*Hk nnd Muhintutud people and restore« lost power (Vom whatever the cmim*. A hafe, Mure and hariiilfN* remedy. Price, fl.w. to t* tr nr yt.u pet fhi genuine o$k for No. 8 it.cnut buy of our authorised Open s only um named /Woir. F*t *ttlo in Wilmington land A vp, and J Inden St. a.»d Monroe st. by s. C*. McK ... . VtHwev * Phftrmncv.Mfh ...... . , NV . K Hmlth. dl» und H trriioiista, 1. * -p* ''.v.gr/f ( * ». . :c«l .14th St. Munson Â Targett«b N- lu et r. llth und Orann Sih. - ** er. Marv PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD The Standar d Railwa y of America riCRSONALLY-CONDIJCTKD CHRISTMAS TOURS. OLD POINT COMFORT. «MS Covering railroa » fare, hotel accommodation, and mea » en route. Tickets returning direct or via Kichmo d and Washington. From Philadelphia Sir».00, with proportionate rates from other points. UUACUIMP I DM December 28th. 183». «I Aonlrlu I Ult. Three-day lour to the National Capital, i-overlng railroad fare and hotel accommodation. From Philadelphia til 00. with proportionate rates from outer points. OTHKH TOUR». January Bist. 18Ö4: Feb 2Sd, IhtH. Tourlfet« CALIFORNIA. travel by eupetbly aiipointed train, an exact counterpart of tbe Pennsylvania Limited. Tickets good nine months. rinutn« January :«th. February T3th rLUliiUA. and 27th. March 13th and 37th. Two weeks in tbe Land ot Flowers on first four toms, while tickets for lost tour are good to return until May 31st, 1831. UJâCUItlPTnil December 14th. 1833; EHÜrlKïSl «d.A5îll 1 mu. , Mra and 24th. 1894. Three-day tours to the National Capitol, covering railroad fare and hotel accommodation. Tonrlst Agent and Chaperon Accompany Kach Party. For further Information apply to Ticket Aeent, or address Tonrlst Agent, 333 8outh Fourth street. Philadelphia 8. M. PREVOST. Ocn'l Manager, J. B. WOOD, Gen'l Pass'r Agent. OEO. W. BOYD. Ass't Uen'l Pass'r Agent. REDUCTIONS IN GLOVES. All heavy-lined Gloves will be sold at a reduction of 35 cents to 50 cents, before stock taking, February 1st. SPECIAL. Between 50 and -10 dozens of 50 cent Scotch Gloves at one half price—35 cents. Wool ■oHAP-m-r» WYATT & CO. MBNM FURNISHERS. 603 MARKET STREET. W© Laundry Collars for ONE CENT. THE BEST AS I) MOST USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFT A BARREL OF Pillsbury's Best, Washburnes' Gold Medal, Jones' Hungarian Roller, £ Lea'S Best or FLOUR. FLOUR. The finest Flours at tbe very lowest prices at J. J. SMITH'S, FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS L adies, use-—■ DR. DIRMITT'S EMENAGINE - FEMALE - itKPOHiTORntm « i.rrATivF st ■ and S|» .ly Ourc r.r 1.1 ( ORIi tld'A. Oij»r beu. CO.IP.M. TMK PH, UIKM1TT AELKaL CO., mi Arch m„ Puttoduphiig p*. a Burn . nr