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an; a i I Mr. and Mrs Edwaro T. Cloud Pleasantly Surprised. E f BEST EMMET 0 BLEB RATION Ilow Dover Lad« and Lantiles, in Oldon Time Costume«, Celebrated the Birth day of the Illustrious t^eurge —Peisoual >ie\rs of Wilmington People and llielr Friends. All communications Intended for Ineertlon .n this column should be Add**«?**»'! to Society Äditor, care of the Even no Jouknal. rom munlratiouH sh ould he written on one side of She paper on It. A Urge ptrty of friends surprised Mr and Mrs PM ward T Cloud, at their home, No 1117 West Fourth street, last fntfht Among the surprisers were: Mieses Bertha Earnest, Kva Sullivan Agnes Maxwell, Aille Lang. Katie Kennedy, Laura Matthews, Florence Sullivan, Jennie Kennerly, Annie Williams, Bennie Ling, Kay McCall, R*y Thomas, U-orc-e Hanby, Allan 8U'liv«u, Frank W T ilkins,Ayers Edwards. T J Cogill Lewis Levi, Mr Sillltoe, M Bowman, H McCllutook, Warren Wil kins. Mr and Mrs. Ora*, Mrs. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. J. Sullivan. P. I Last night the Sunday rchool of the Reformed Epbcopal Church of the Redeemer celebrated Washington's Birtbdsy. The program prepared was a very interesting on». Chief Justice Lore was among lue speakers John Brown will give an organ recital in Pittsburg to morrow, the occasion b*ing the dedication of k large organ ba lit by Mr. Brown. Miss Emma B Dunn, of Philadelphia, is the guest of Mrs W P Ha-tlugs, of West Fourth street, this city. N. L. Fountain has returned from a Southern trip, much improved in health. Opportunity Circle of King's Dmnth ters gave a reception at the in me of Miss alice U*yes last sight. The lime was pleasantly »peut in singing and tableaux, after which refreshments were ser ved Robert Peunlngtou is visiting at Ssa ford. Pierre Biair Pie was iu Philadelphia yesterday. Ex-Levy Court Commissioner Andrew E. Eiiaaou was in town yesterday after noon Mrs Willard A Fleming, of Smroa, visited relatives iu this city yesteiday. Ex Representative Charles Waitou, of Iron Hill, was iu this city yesterday He reports that Ids daughter Miss Marne, who has beeu critically ill, is somewhat better, Alfred Barto. of Linwood, Pa., has beeu vlsltiug Wilmington friend j. Harry Wilson, of this city, is visiting reis' ives in Georgetown Miss Ellen McCsffsrty, of Liuwocd, Pa , ts the guest of friends here. Miss Flortie Roberts and Miss Laura McOaffsriy, of Liu wood, have been visit ing in this city. W. F Weaver, of Lan over, Pa , has been visiting ftieuds iu this city. Miss Emma Uowey, of near Camden, N. J . is the guest _of Miss Bessie H Parker, of this city A children's fair was held at No 815 West Ninth street, this afternoon, oncer the management of » iss Alic- B B-ll Any number of farcy and useful articles were for sale. The proceeds are for the benefit of the needy poor. G orge E. Peterson, of Middletown, will spend Sunday with T. E Shannon, of this city. Mrs Frank M Sfoever and children, of Philadelphia, are the guestsof her par ents. Mr and Mrs. Samuel A. Price,No. 505 Washington street. Mr Steever will be here this evening and will leave to night or to-moiTo» for Newport News, Va., lo assume his official duties. Miss Alexander, of Virginia, is visit, ing Miss Kdtth Bnughurst, at Park Piece. Bishop Coiemau will preach in Seaford Miss Beatiioe Tyson, of Saudv Spring, j Md , Is the guest of Mrs. Rjbart Mar — Frank Cljmer. of this city, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. 0. Baradt, at Line Ltxiugtou, Pa to mono * shall, of this city. U-v. and Mrs William J Duhadaway, of Newaik. were • this city yesterday. 1 — Mrs B L JD'nlo, Mi.«» Helen Deolo srd Miss Clara D-nln are vi-lting K-v W, R Sears, in New York Before their returu they will visit, t'r and Mrs. Evaue, at Morris Plains, N. Y. W. D Haze 1 of Smyrna, and B. S. Sutton. W C Crow and O W. 8u*ton, of Black's Md , reglsteied at the HjUd Willis yesteiday afternoon. Judge J Frank Ball went to New York yesteiday. He will leturu ou Monday J. Bfekley and Frank Massey, of this city, were in Middletown last night. John M. C. Rvdner, who has been gun ning through North Carolina since the early par - of D.oeaib <r, reached hotu yesterday, after having » goal Um« despite the warm weather H« says that peas ani potatoes aro np, and one man he knows at N*wb*rne has one hundred acres of cabbage set oat '-I'e'dal Correspondence Evening Journal. DoVrk, Feb. 34 —The ■ H »tobet Party" given by Vra Murray's Sunday BchooIc'tts-i.Thqrfday evening a' the M E. parsonage, was a decided stutre-.s John Kellttm represented W«sh'"g'on and Miss Births Lewis, Marth* Washington Ml«s Mary Jones took the character of Miss Ciistia and bet brother Henry Jones that of Mr CusHa cos'uiues suited to "ye olden titles" and gave a faithful illustration of Washing ton and his family. A number of others wore old fashioned cos'times and excited the admiration of the company. Among tho«» la ooitnm« who partie! p8t»d In the fir» su I, » of lie trenisg All of these wire A New Feature. The Carlsbad Mineral Waters an; too well known and have been tried loo long to need puffing. Hosts of suffering invalids have made anxious pilgrimages to the ring of watering places fur nearly a century with marked ejects, i ): : Springs of CurUbad t over a field of disease incurable by any other natural means—ulcerated itomach,chronic constipation, diar rhoea, fatty liver, jaundice, gravel, 3right's disease, hemorrhoids, rout, diabetes, etc. The catalogue night be enlarged. And so sensi !c of the benefits to mankind is the Tity f Carlsbad that under its seal, he evaporated salt of these waters —the Carlsba 1 Sprudel Salt—is ■..ported for use by parties who at not conveniently use the Water, tie sure to obtain the genuine. Pamphlet» with all particulars mailed free. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, New York. Price orr bottle SI.00; large size §1.60. The HE Ah« A fhf iharged I rt i, hired day's I to«* )K*i when *• ivv* the Ihmk c -* the pit tli«. were: Misse» Julia Joues, Ella Jones, Dor. Wild», B-nlia and Mary Wallace, Mte Cu'H.nn, B*»»ie Murray, Heiea >«l»nBlifer. M»zale Ferguson, Elva Col lins, Maty Jackson, May uobsou, Isadora P. Cropeey. L'zz'e Collins, Roberts Ste«.n<ou. Neva Parvis, Cor* ITiSrck r sud O lie Wilson. Frank Cessou, Jesse Burton, James Bright., Janies H*:terfi-ld. James Sauls bury.John Park",Harry Fooks aml Messrs Ell, Phoebus, Sparks. R cliards, Baker. V'*nBurkalow and tjidein TtieKownsof the .V 'Uiqt women were obtained from I he oldest people of the town, and bring log to llpht the^o old relies from linen sheets and cedar cues Is reminded one of daa s long (June The parsonage was besn'lfully deco rat.il with bunting and with the star» and etripes. Mi s Claudia Buwers, of this cltv, has 1 been vititing friends in Newark, Del. Mrs. William Cox and daughters, ] Misses Lola and Ella Gux. of this city, are the guests of Mrs. Bitteubender, ef Philadelphia. Miss Carrie K Johnstone, a student a' the Uol.ley C m nercUl College, will -pend Sunday with her parents near Newark «vas Mr. f'.î/i! count t this Iris fuite*! only rn r oi c* % b. •L a Mi-s Holms», of Milford, is the guest o? Mrs. D. T. Marvel at the Clayton House. in U-iEP.v»ti >no, Feb 24 —Mr and Mrs Har.y L Harper c-lebrtl-d the tenth anniversary of their wedding at their b-antlful residence, Over the Bridge" The attendance was large Among tho-e present were; Mi-ses Ma-v, Lihbie and Virgle Satterfield, Sue H Kunz, Virginia Rich, L>la Dowuos, Mrs Carrie Moore Mr and Mrs Pond, Mr. and Mrs O ivei Pr-ntlce, Mr and Mrs Sno-den. Mrs Nathaniel Horsey. Mrs O VV Eliason. Mr. and Mrs. A A Cnristiau, Mr and Mrs John 8 Mitchell, Mr. and Mr. Mnilia i Y. Down»., Rev and Mra E R hieb and Mrs. B.tty Massey. The Robert Emmet Literal y associa wlll give a grand celebration In the Grand Opera House, on Saturday even ing March 3 Father Beriuingham, for merly of this city, now of Elkton, will preside The oratlou of the eveulug will be made by O'Donovau Rjssa. Miss Emma Hayden, of Fieldsbaro, Del , was iu this ciiy to-day. if -i. «J *" ai o* hi w vit!» ni «: t j ii.g To avoid having your carpets rlpned, •end them *o * he Dmmond State Carprt C t&uiu^ VVoiks, 118 King street. i...-* ll I lui' th it? THE CORNELL MYSTERY. A li nitty Student. It 1. Said, Ha. Made a Confession. Ithaca, N. Y., Feb. 24.—The mystery at tending tlie Cornell tragedy already gives new promise» of sgieedy solution. In con junction with the clews g ertuinlng to the auger purchased at Rumiiey's and the per manganate potassium obtained ot Druggist Haskins the detectives will be furthered in their efforts by the confession of one of the ; perpetrators, who thus far has refused to •*' make any disclosures because some of bis colleagues are unwilling to concur iu tlie n. r. n» th" n f ■ w b l of is If lii step. The jug story proves to lie true in its es sential particulars. The occupants of the bouse at ti Cook street disclaim any knowl edge of its purchase or its use. One of the gentlemen who room there, however, has lelt the city, and according to the latest developments he did so liecau.se he feared detection. j The subject of the banquet monopolized the conversation of the townspeople ns well as the students, and Professor Collins of the School ot Law devoted his talk with the students to the subject of tho puuMi at ruent that would he meted out to tlie cul prit» when apprehended. Tho students boro the expenses of Hie funeral of Mrs. Jackson, which was held 1 at the Zion Methodist Episcopal church, The faculty has adopted resolutions, and the students an'preparing to hold a gin eral mi|ss meeting to discuss the unforin ) n«te result ot the banquet and will giroli «bly »tale the position of the students iu thu mutter of the tragedy. More i N I. u Yi ::k, Fib. 24.—The following steamships ure due today; Miramar, Gib raltar; Germanic, Liverpool; Aller, Bre men: Weimar, Bremen; Produce, Gibral tar; Exeter City. Swansea; Galileo, Hull; Winchester, Rotterdam; Santiago, Na-s«u: Crotna, Dundee; Alveua. Kingston; Core an, Glasgow; Lydian Monarch, Loudon; Amsterdam, Rotterdam; Europe, London; Mississippi. London. The following steam ships sail today: Etruria, Liverpool; Au gusta Victoria, Algiers; Amsterdam. Hot terdam; La Bretagne, Havre; Phibvdclgihia, La tiuayra; Nirge, Cbristiansaud. Hun Ha« Nothing to hay. Pasadena, Cal., Feb. 24— U. G. Dun, pre-idenl of the Mercantile Agency asso ciation, arrived iu Pasadena about a week ago and is quartered at Hose cottage, Ray mond hotel, with his wife. When ques tioned with n gard to the arrest of Knmui Wiman, lie stated that the report sent oui from New York was so entirely correct that It left him nothing to say, and he did not deem it necessary to enter into fur ther particulars. it» Ilf tli-ean Steamship«, S. the E. and of and of 8-ud vour carp«'» to the Diamond 8t»t Ca-o-t C eanlng & Upholstery Works, N 118 King street, Telephone 6l3. Ors'er« 25 cents per quart. Nos TO - ? Î2U and 711 Shipley street, 'Phone 309 CammiagSj the photograph»*, ^30S Market street , an I.css. the of who that sion all ber ANARCHY, says bland. The Missouri Congressman De livers a Recihot Speech. HE DEI10UKÜ: D HI3 COLLEAGUES. Ah« riirr Livflly is»- In tii* Uihhc KmU lu Hiclmrgi* ( f All Pie Ilembr A rrvmf UU'itl «Mill Lurk« T#o VoIof. Turffltlll I racttc illy I InUhcl. W.^iiiNOTOîf. IVb. Si,—The in«*(nt*i*4 ol fhf house under nrrent were» finally dtn iharged from *-a«tody by dUpen**inK with rt 'a.r procved.iitf» ander the ch ll. It re hired four hour« to nccovuplUb thla, and e.ihough the i»rcne« of disorderly turhu î which characterised the previoiiH day's prooeedtrgs were not repeated the to«* edinx* were fully n* iuteruM in*:. The )K*i nacrai a were evidently very mntioii* when the house met to extrirate ivv* from the com plications arising from the wholesale «nest of memb**r*, but by Ihmk luovements the li'publicans sue -* h I in preventing this until the whole «iiUmion had heeu thoroughly ventilated. IVrhapf the inovt iulerestiu^ feature of the day, barring Mr. Bland'* » liter phlllp pit utfuinül the filibufcleritig Democrats. tli«. lode» t. a Mr. or rr * iM I r tsm % f- '/ *4 I ' ' i V » mm- - i V » ■ V'-f it ' V V.F v\' T I COKURESSMAN IU.AND. «vas the ivrlml duel between Mr. Uouf) and Mr. Turm r over tho question of counting uni—a question just now of pre f'.î/i!- ut l'll port nice in bouse circles on ac count of t li« proposed Democratic caucus t- c . si«Lr the sdvUnbiliiy of adopting this expedient. After the Arrested mem Iris bad oc*mi discharged Mr. Bl.-md re tinned to the sliver bill, hut his motion fuite*! ngMii for lack of a quorum, only Uci *d two votes, however, nml ibis r.iter mark. Although Mr. Bland still insists on Ho rn r shell«! with the ««'ignioruge bill, many oi it:»* D* nocralH believe It should now be rtb.tj.tiomd, at id unless a «inoriim is pro c* % red toil ay it would seem .that ll would b. e o Ih— that is, if a Democratic caucus •L - not decide t o adopt some met le d of Losing members to vote or to count them a pu He in him if th»jdo not. 111*1)11*11 An*rrhl*t Npn*ch. When Mr. Dlttrxl began bis «rnsAtional -i. i h, M r. Duun of New Jersey Interfupt Mi by MayiPK, "i don't think it i« tlie «J cf lhe ueiitb mau from Minsouri to n -e tl • Democratic party." ll that is a lecture," retorted Mr. Bland, *" be p* op)ü will read it to the nenlleinau ai d • ». ry other mao who i*» now obstruct It s hi art'« coûtent. [Dem* o* u'.ir. uj.pl iu-*' ] While the opposition hi i perfect riulit lo break the quorum, w a « ap* ctrtclf we present to the country, vit!» majority. ri-imz In our congreaRion ni «liuaity au«l defying the authority «<f the h*u-> ! \Ve «hi/uid proceed to bn»lm*8 «.r ac'.riowle*l«»j our incompeteocy. If wo «: jii'l, the people will read the riot act t j ns." ii.g 1 n,.-. I v xrilll They will!" came in choru« iront the Republican side "I - »w gentlemen here," »aid be, shah in tr i...-* head Hüvantfîy und lifting lii« voice nu ll ii lalrly ram; throuuh the hall, "«Uh* y the rules and ommauds of thi-* hou.se. I auw een l leinen rise au«l Ixiust that they lui' l deiled the power of tin* liott«e. If th »I is not nuaruhy nml revolution, what is it? [Democraticapplause.] * We in the house are the fountain source ; •*' n. a der, the lawmaking liody. Shall we r. -• 1 e ouvselve- into a liody of anarchists? rere to throw a bomb from y.nder gallery, lie would la. no less an an archist tl-..'in he who power of the house. [Cries of 'Shame!' »'tuP nml hi-sea ] St idle the people of this country are in ■ik;» of hunger and starvation," con tli.tu i Mr. Biai.d, angered at the demon stration «gains' him, "when they expect n» ut d I something, to filllm-ter and ob «truer is to Ineome anarchists. We wer» si-.'t h-re to do our duly at a time when th" e lles are thronged with mobs, and tbc people cannot go to b»l ill pence and com fuit. It is not tlie lime when mob law should obtain here." Ir. Bland then drifted into a dismission n f In* merits of the silver seiguioragu bill which was being opposed by a gmrtiou of ■ he Democratic majority, iu the course of w l.ich be was three times called lo order b Mr. Coombs of New York. Talk. •'The difficulty is," finally blurted out Mr Island, 'Thar 1 am too much iu order l am telling too many plain truths that ih>'country ought lo know." [Democratic applause.] Tii.it is the fact I" shouted Mr. Denson of Uahama. "Give it to the Democrats fur revenue only " "i thought gentlemen on this side," said Mr. Bland, "would realize that they could not afford to be revolutionists and anarch . We are in the throes ot anarchy when can come hen and block legislation. I we should either do business or snr ■ l. r." I Regiuhliean applause and shouts c it to them! '] "It will be no outrage for the people to ids" ui< In a mob and nmw us down, for we're X«. rising mobocracy here. If this is n bad bill, vote it down. If you want more debate, we will give it to you, but to stay hare and not vote is simply gmlilical suicide." Mr. Uland then demanded the previous question, but as there wir« a clamor ou both shies ot the house for an opportunity to be heard he withdrew it. Mr. Reed de mand al recognition in hi» own right, and when Mr. Bland offered hlm fivu minutes he rejected it with scorn. Mr. Compton of Maryland secured five minutes, the contention, warrant had liecti challenged, he said, be cause it did not contain the name» of those to be Arrested. He declared that was in « • wlnnco with, tlie uniform practice of the house and defied any one to produce a '.vorre' tia which a name was incorporated. Mr. Coomb* of New York replied to tho • »liorsions upon the New York Démocrate fri m Mr. Bland, declaring that they differ ed honestly with him and believed they w< redoing their duty. When he concluded, the b atler of the Republican minority was recognized. Mr. Reed said there were two aspects of the ease worthy of the con toleration ol the ghrus-i First, the ijboaM [n If -onie one tiffs ilour defies lii ' I ftoi ".1 ; «a; •(, He went right into the be««ri of The validity of the bonne , Ran ]\ an orderly manner to transact It» busl^ I.css. even it that Inisltmi was bringing membres lire to constitute n hnn«e A great error had Urn lommliitd. Melitta ra wl been arrested who were giresent and wen technically guilty. Hcshlea all nnalory of legs! procedure mg aired eat the names be included in lh- warrant. The sergeant-at-arms was acting i conitahle of the house, uud his wnr.-snt. should shew who w;ts to be arrested II* i.hould uol 1« armed vith a roving com--' don. Itoeit on Quorum Counting. In such a Matter as this he did not think members should he influenced by pin ty or party feeling. The dignity i f the house concerned them all. Further, lie urged that the resolution had not been passed in accordance with parliamentary procedure. From this point lie drifted into u discus sion of the right of the speaker to count a quorum. Mr. Bland, he said, had charged that members were acting in nn unsuitable manner whon they refused to respond to their naine*. He Insist.si that whether a member voted yea or nay or did not vote at all was a question solely between the mem ber and his constituency. "1 did not deny that,''interpolated Mr. Bland. "1 was addressing those charged with the responsibility of power." "I shall address myself to l liât class." retorted Mr. Heed, "in a minute." (Laugh ■ Hl» hand, with He car Allyn car. which t td riding oi Jn he flVe fully under luce. hia i»#*r the B. Neh., tober toga, His torn D tu the ilia • Tim for II of In ih sh hut the Me a« uo ii|« r-l t. The supreme court, he continued, had decided a constitutional quorum !.. lie a present quorum, ami the whole difficulty here grew out of the (act that the house denied tlie right of member» constituting a quorum by their presence. Mr. Turner of Georgia, who regdied to Mr. Deed, directed his attention lo tile validity of tlie warrant under which mem* >«r* had been arrested. "The gentleman Iront Maine," continued Mr. Turner, "has already staled that a member has a right ou being called to vole or not vote as be chooses. When a mem ber refus, s to vol» altogether lint I», re fuses to allow himself to lie counted—con the speaker of the house of representative*, without the autlioi'il.l of tlie house, count that mem Per as present for any pnrpo>oF" I Ilretl and Ton "He can not only count the memlier, replied Mr. Reed, "hut It is his duty to do it nml refer tilg matter to the house if the member objects." "Did the gentleman refer that question tollie h' use? Did not the gentleman from Maine assume to decide that matter with out tho direction nr authority of the house ?" »aid Mr, Turner. "By no menus." "The Record is otherwise." "On the contrary, as soon as I had count ed the quorum as constituted of gentleman present, I KlihiniUeil tile question to the house upon an agqieal," regdied Mr. Reed. "Suppose there had been no appeal— would the gentleman liave in«isied that the house of representatives had given him authority to do that thing?" "I rather think 1 should. I think I should have been gratified by tho silence of the gentleman from Georgia, and ins lory would too." [Agrpiau&e on tbs Re publican side.j "Will t he gentleman from Maine pardon another inquiry!" asked Mr. Turner. "Dues the gentleman from Maine Insist that the sga'alter of tlie him tie tit y to count t lie quorum without a rule of the housef" "I do." "Then Hie gentleman differs from the supreme court it-elf." "Not at all. K the gentlemen will read mere carefully that decision of the su preme court, they will find that the »u I'teme court, like a supreme court, con fined itself to the question at hand and de cided that a present quorum va> the con stitutional quorum. I want to get that into a reasonable number of minds on the other side [laughter], mid then we shall be victorious. The present quorum, I reiter ate, is the quorum. Having decided that, they then very properly decided that the bouse would have a right to make a rule as to how that quorum should la- ascer tained, but iu the absence of a rule the speaker of this house, just like the presid ing officer of every parliamentary body, would net ns its agent, as he is the depos itor; of that power which is not specified by the house." end ha« tl HU" it» r In The Tanjio IT During nil thi» time Mr. Adams, the prisoner at the bar, had been seated in a revolving chair la front of tho bar of the house, lazily swinging to an fro—an amus ed spectator of the proceedings—and it laugh was occasioned when Speaker giro tom. Richard-on announced t hat ho had ex cused tho gentleman at tho bar of the bouse to get bis lunch. At this point Mr. Bland unexpectedly withdrew his amendment and moved to suspend all further proceedings under the call of tho house under w hich "be arrests were made. The purpose of this move was to drugi the much confused question in stead of attempting to straighten it out. Mr. Heed made the point of order that Mr. Bland could not disjiensi .vith u call partially executed and ou which memlier» were uow under arrest. Mr. Springer insisted that vacating the order of the house of Feb. 1Ö would release the members under arrest. Many members attempted to talk, and the chair girotes'.ed that lie could not bear half a dozen memlier. at once. Mr. K ed said that every respectable man must be so sick and tired of tills thing that ev solution offered by Mr. Bland might be a blessing. This closed the opposition. The acting speaker overruled tho point of or der, and then be put tlie question on the Bland resolution lor vacating the call of Feb. 19 and releasing the members under arrest. This was carried by a loud viva voce vote, with very few dissenting votes. Thus the tangle was suddenly terminated, and the arrested members of congress were again free. iarU, I to to ou be in of a was of the [n . the Tariff Bill 1'raetlcatly Completed. W AfIBS».TON. Feb. 24.—Senator Voor hees decided suddenly to c«ll n meeting of the senate finance committee for next Mon day at 10 o'clock. The decision was the re sult of a conference with the suliconimlttee which is shaping the tariff bill, by which he was notified that the members had agreed upon all the features of the bill as it is to bo presented, and nothing remained to be done except to put the bill iu shape. The character of the changes made in the bill by the subcommittee can only be surmised. It is known that there are many of them and that every schedule has re ceived more or less attention. Tho com mittee has from tho beginning been very reticent concerning the promised change and has grown more so every day they have hail thu bill under considéra. ion. Weaver»* htrllte Spreading. PATERSON, X. J., Feb, 24 —The strike among the weaver» ia kgireading, and it is now thought the strike will become gen eral. _ of l ira In nn Open» Home. Lacom.v, N. H., Feb. 24.—Fire in the Fol •om Ü|>cra House block damaged thoofitra bouse. Da Girr«* C« 0 't*tloo Iraprofiil» ST PETERSBURG. Feb. 24 - The condl Son of M, de Giei&U imgitcved M'rttUer 1'orwCjuA Fair, f^llo^ed by snew. ncrthtMt vjada. Ran Down by a Loaded Handcar T. ALTiYN't» SERIOUS ACOIDfUT ON 'I HE B, & If. F. R, _ Hl» El-ci,p«. lili'kiirMMD'l Recovery, Pluck, Parat» si»—a ILillioud'a legratltiide. «From the Wallace, Neh , Herald ) Ifilt Uuihh '1 Mr. 1 ' T. li> h "i thin place, worked for the H. A M. R. H«, as a section hand, on the H'Ctluii «•.ttemling eat from Tecum*eh. the county nu*t ot hihnson cointy. bebrnttka, On «he SI «lay of July he uni with nn accident that nearly cost him h alite He and five • lb er men were working a hand car In front rf which was a push car Mr, Allyn was standing on the front part of the car. with hl» b ik towafdsthe i 1 recti ou lu which the car was being run. Just as the woran« ca ♦ e togeth r, the foreman ordorvd td u to step from the car on which they w**v riding on to the push car,a d allhe name time ••Igna'ed «mother of the men l <» apply the brake, which slacke e*i ilieir epeed enough oi AUH» 1 a gap of a few feel between the oar#. Jn stepping back to comply with iho order he fell upon hin hack in the middle of the railroad traça an*i the car, with its load of flVe tuen« tool* h d water keg, In all weighing fully a ton. patedug o. er him. A rod on the under »hie of the c«r caugi»t his feet and doubled Mm up ao that h s feet »truck hi* luce. As he rolled over, 1 lie hul.*wbeo. ruck hia hat k and !n 11 lett<1 the 1« Jury that enme n* i»#*r pr* vlng fn»al f \ he car was raised from the rail-* a d thrown olT tire track. lie whs carried to loan and Hr. Snyder, th B. A M. H. U. surgi-on at Ttcumseh, w- i rum iironed. Afterwards Dr C. < . GafTord, Hr, V«4«o at.d Hr. Waters, all of Wyuiwv*. Neh., were ca led In cuTiHirltation, but t »ey could-iTord no rell.-f. Abo it the »st of Oc tober he boosnm paralyse«! from bin vais down. The ••me of fettling entirely left I« e toga, which Ixcanre drawn one across the other. Hr, Livings on, of IMuiUmouth, N»b.. His h- < A(1 I h\slcUn « f the Tî d* M. M. R. »>* torn w's» summoned to tr«*nt the c ne, finally lnf"im«d hs patient rhst he coud D ! V.-J iiv,. !•»' M M«. Im I not tli tu «ans t • pay the expanses of a law tuit Mgatnst the rntliosd cc inpenv, but the com pany's Attorneys very willingly c nr pro a Ised the claim for dnmegcH by pNxhtg Mm fL'.n n. ilia rond'tion coi-tiirurd to grow worse, the • xcruciutlug pain in his ha k never ceastrg until upon the r* connu» ntl h t on and by th* request of a la'ly f* rend, Mrs. W O. Htvsn, of Tim umscli, N« b , he D ua l taking iMnk Rills for l'a» e People. To the* Herald reporter Ire said, **l had no more failli tit them lira 1 would have had I« cMting m handful of dirt.*« II • «'oromemvd taking the pills on the 2d day of February. taking one after each meal, an « In ten days ti r e, to hl« »urprhe and intense ih light, the pain began to leave him. F««r sh \en month« he hsd su IT-rod continuously when ndl f cam«.* can he lnrngiu**<i hut no d«»crlb-*d. II** continued taking t e Link LHis until the fore part of May . Almut the middle of March he could go about his ordinary work without any inconvenience Me considers hi«nse»l entirely cured and feels a« well as he ever did. except that his back is uo f as strong hs it w*s before he was hurt. This sprin# he moved on to a farm twelve miles R'iUthw'est of Wadanr. where he hss planted a good rr p of c«*rrr and is do'ng all ii|« work without any hired ht» n. -boold unyone doubt the statement herein made, they are invited t> koa Mm personally or write to him. and address him at Wallice, Neb. Le is thankful for what Link Fill« have done for him, and is willing to goto --/»•ne trouble to l»*r others know of their wou n t I'M end Ids J iv «lerful rurAilve properties. Hr WlllHt • •«*' Link Fill«. It «eem«. r *ntaln ed form all the element« m*«***«* -irvto »five • e«v lif»* ««*1 itchneM lo the Moot, nud n-More «h«Mert*d nerve«. niHlUnx Kpociflo f«»r «neli di eaaea it» locomotor ikiiihI i?«r»ly k 1**. et. VitttH* dunce. ►rUllc«, n* urvl^lH, iIrmiwu ilfin. nervous headache, the aller efftc»« of thewrlppe. pa'pltNtlon of the heart, pa *• and 1 » 1 » xlon«. that tired t**eIinK revolt Inu ii«»ii n rvoua pruatra«! di; all «li** r rc-uU*j»: from vli;«tad hniuor«in«he hi« mmi, t* »c h I*k scrofula, chronic er>eli*v a«, I'hcy ar« a Iho a «pec lie for trou hie« pecuba to fema'««. auch «« «uppretttdun», Irreicularlfie«, »4'.*t all form« of wvakoea». rtiey hd«M up the blood and restore tue alow of heal*h to p%)** or hallow chee««. iu men «hey ♦ fT*« t a rndical c ure in «Il «-«he* a*I hIiik from m<*a't*al w.irry, overwork, orex ce«-e» of h hate • er nature. hete Li.li «n* ma* dfaclured by the J>r. M*'di« itie ('onipvuy, ScliBne«'iai>, «I •• re Knld ID * r M t boxe« lor In *coM. '•hex allow Widiarn N. Y.. «* l Brock ville, ■Xe« at ft » routs a bo lid are nil , * Pulk . >r **.)(! Gin.. Worker. Mill on Strike. PlTTKBCBO, Fell. 24.—Tlie strike of the American Film t sgaiust the United Stute« Gl»-s conqiHi.y has now been iu progress over six months, anil tliere h«* not liven 11 single desertion from the ranks of the union. i -s Workers' union Prefer t.» Strike amt Starve. PBOVIIIKNCB, Feb. 24.—Out of tin-entire ere given work by the city n order that they might be saved from Iv 4o are now willing to work. 87(1 men wh . itarvaunn that number refusing to join the strike. ll I« % Century Old. Ntw Haven, Feb. 24.—The New Haven chauilx-r of commerce i. m iking extensive arrangement, for the celebration of its one hundredth anniversary, which will occur April 9. School Children at th. Midwinter Fair. San Francisco, Feb. 24. — The school children of Nan Francisco vlsilei^lhe Mid winter fair In a lioily. The Examiner dis tributed 30, W) tickets among them. EXTRACTING WITHOUT PAIN, Hy the one of Nitrons Oxide Gas, Vitalized Air and tlie New Local Method. DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL PARLORS, 703 Wirk.t 8*.. Wilmington, Del EXTRACTING.. VITH GAS OR AIR. .. £X)c ATTrl LOCAL METHOD ofc ILVtK FILLINGS.7"* \MALUAM G'lLD. T .LTI1 CLEANF.D.75c & ; V, 50c . SI Up Set of Teeth, • $5 Best Set, * - $8 We guarantee to do the bead and mo«t satis factory dental wi rk at moderate prices (lllloe «pen » a. m. until 8 p m. ELY 'S Catar hH CSt' litt 2$CDiNHt:^ IMFCVwf é mà CRti.NI BUM 1« quirkly HbaOlbtU. n«HI«**rM. t lift Nm»I Pain and Intlaminallnn. I 11 H V H Beals the Pores. I'rotert*» the tuem* (U H 50c. Ari 8 ditlmiai Uotd. H**s|t»r**« th#» *>**l)M*fl of TmIc wnd «•mrll. ER IT WILL CURE. A parti".# I« -1'pllwS lote MCb. noetrll and la agreerbl. ftiot. B0 cauts. at Liiajidete fiLv'tFOTHEP-S. « Warren'6? . »» York AMUMEMENTS. G HAND OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY. FF.bRCARYJfl. QU8 JiILL'S NEW YORK STARS. _ A Splen did Novell y_BUI. ORAM) OPERA HOUSE. TUESDAY FVKN1 G, FKRHUABY iff. America'* favorite, MISS BELL* ARCHER, and tier co panv rf gilaj er» In t-jclav Grundy 1 » English Comedy, "AN AHA HI AN NHJ1IT COME AND LAFall. * * I NHTRI rnON. MJv F \. I R*Y. T K \ ( 7 \ 1F. « OF V'L A U I • pet »i.id Violin. I'n e Violin t *i •o , n Mu sic forntsheil for all oc'cas'ons »'hH French bit. NOTI«TS OTIL'K. N TO PROPERTY OWNERS. It will Ih* to your best Interest to entrust any rentable properry to our car«. None but reliable tenants accepted. Best of car**. Per sonal attention given. CVUI or ••ltd for fur ther particulars. HAWKINS & <*().. No. "«"Market sfr«*et. RKtdslir.M OKHKB« • «;is 1 i l: ' ORDER. K UFOISTFR'S Omet, New Castle County, lie).. Feb 24,1RM. l*l>on Application of Mark T lemey. a<lnriids tratm of « atlmrin* Highland alias Catharii o v\ lislcn, late of Wilmington hundred, In -hI«I county, deceased, it Is or«i«*r»Ml and directe«! by the Beglstcr that the \.i min ist t utor aforesaid give notice of grant ing of Letters of administrai ion upon the estate of the deceased, with the date of granting the** of. by causing advertisements to he posted within forty days fr«. in the date of strclr letters in s»xof the most public places of the county of New Castle, tequlring all person# having demands against the estate to reu« - nt I he same, or abide by an art of Ammuii bly in auch «'ase nia*le and prtrvided; and also • the same to Iteli sertc«l within the same period In the Kvening .tournai, a newspaper published In Wilmington, Hid., and to be con Cnued tlicreln three weeks (e. o. d ) fHven umler the hand and seal of t office *»f the Realster aforesabl at •n. In New* Castle c »unty the «lay and year above \ V Wtlmlngl. 1 Htoresaln, written. J. WILKINS COOOH. Register. !.. H. NOTICE. Notice I" lirrtilif iflvun that Letters of Ad ml'its! rat Ion were!*» due form of law (ranted «into the undersigned, on Ibe twenty-foarth «lay «»f February, a. H , 18>*4,And that all per sons having «latins a jntnsl « Ik* est ate of the dt - oeaasd must preaeut the sain«*, duly attest* d, toth** ssiil a dm I nisi rat or« on or la*r«ire the • freiity-fourthday of February, 1 h% nr abide tlu* Act of AHH*'inl)ly in such < ase rna«te and provided. MaRK TIF.KnKV, AiHniidslrator. A i*lr«'*-s. L* w Ik (\ Vaml* nn > « , i •, , Witimutftun. Dll > LG ioTKK'b UHHKH. IT RKGINTtrR'« OFFICK, New Coal le County. T '<■].. February 12, iw.. ITs.n the n|>l>llcatl.>ii of Will am It. Weer. Aitiulnlstrapiruf Var> Wwr.'alocif • I.« -tale of P. nesjlvsnla, deceased. Ills ordered aud dir cted by the Register that the Aomin. I»i'atiir sfnrewil I give notice of gr mllng of letters of ■ dmlnlstrsl.ton upon the estataofde ce. sen. with the date of grsnilng thereof, by causing iwivei tlseineids to b* posted within forty days from the data of auch letters In six of the most giublic pisccs of the county of %."■ l 'nsi le. i cqu'rti'g all pci sons having de niands asstnst flic estate to pms-nt tlie same, •>r abide by an .ct of Assembly In such case ■ usd« nml piovlded; and also cause the same to be Inserted within the same pcrhsl In the » VKNIMI JolJUNau a Iiews|.aper published In W1 1 ni 1 ngI( li. Uol.. and to be continued tlicreln three weeks, (o o. d.l Given ti'ider the hand and seal of office of tlie Register aloresald ( at Wilmington, fu New tlaalle County aloresaiU, tho da» and ye r nlsive written. J. Wll.KINSl HOCH, Rcglste.. NU licit Notice is hereby given that letters of admin istration wer« In duo form of law granted U ut n t tie undersigned on Die twelfth d«yof February, a l). USM.aod that all per sons lia» trig claims nga<nsl tlie e«l*teof thede cessed must present tlie same, duly atto-ted, mill« said administrator, on or betöre twi llth day of February, IHM. or abide the act of Assembly In sutli rase made and piovlded. WILLIAM C. WKF.R, administrator. » L. ft. tho Addre**«, J. H. Whlte-jaan, Krm . v\ iliolnKton. Del. KGihTfiH'H ORDER. R REOISTKR'H OFFICE. 1 New Caatle CVjuntv, l>el., February IT, 1SP4. i L'poa the application ofThoina« N Fore* m » «ml James HuiTecker, Jr., Eucuion rf Bennet Ha/, ot.late *»f Wilmington hundred, in .■*«!•! county, Cereaned, It I« orderetl and dl rected hy the Katffoter that the hxecutore Moreaald Rive notice ol irrnnHnK ef l#etten* 'iVk la men tar y upon the e«tal*- of the <l«vea«ed. vrilh the date of Kranttny thereof, hy causliiK a*lVMrti«emcnta to la* |Ht8t*.-«l within forty day« from tho «late of %uch letter« in kIx of the most public place« «I the county of New Caatlo, requiring all per* H^n« iiavtng demanda hkiiIuhI the estate ld < «ent the «âme, «»r abide hy an act of aaaeia* bly ln «uch cane inatlo uu«l provided; and aleo c»uae the «aroe lo be inserted within the Hamr l»erir>d in tho Kvk - ipk* Joith-a ai» a newspaper published in Wilmington, Del., and to he con tinued therein three w eekn, «e. o. d.) Given under i tie hand and aeai of ofTk e of the Kcwlwler afureaald at, Wllminwlon, In New Oaatie county afururoHid, the nay aud Ï ear aliove written. . W1LKINH GOOCH, Heghiler, NOTICE. Notice I« hereby given that letter« Testa mentary were lu «lue form of law- grant«*' unto the undersigned, on th** ««venteeuth «lay lebmary, i>.. Mi and that all ixr« 0 Q«*iiav* lug datant against the estate of th** dto-aoed irM-at prerent the same, duly attcaled, t • tho ra<d Kxoralors, on or o*».«»re the seveii te* nth <la> of February. UUV, or a*)ldc the ade and pro* >vt A" N. FORE A AN. JAMLH II. HuIFECKLR Jr. Executors. L. 8. in such ease iu i oi fuMemh vtded. 'J 1 TMI Art«liVMs WilmlDSton. Del. FHIA PASSENGER STEAM BOAT. pHILAOEI STEAMER 4 ; , ( a CITY OF CHESTER Commencing Tueeday, November 14. 1(W. Leave F.mrtfc Street Wharf 'ally. Sundays cluded at 7.8U a. m. an t Uo p- m. Leave I'lU.ailsiim'a, Chestnut Sireel Wharf. at 10,U a in, and 4.0U p iu. Stop heth way» at Cheater on all tripe. 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