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RAILROAD CO.'S VICTORY
That Much-Talked-of High
Bridge to Be Raised.
NOW, TB0ÏÏBLE MAY TOLLOV
Other Matters In the Little Neighboring
City- Wilson Allem. Believed to ,11. lu
ll oceut—Athlete. 8(111 Active tn the
Gymnaalnm.
S|<ectKl Correspondence Evening Journal.
Nkw CastlK, Feb. 24,—City Council
has at last decided to raise the Delaware
street high bridge, which has been a
death t rap to railroad brakemen who past)
under it ou top of freight ram. The
decision to allow the railroad cotnpauy
to raise jibe structure three feet and
three inches was arrived at last
night when a meeting was held at iwbich
that was the special order. Every
member of Conucll wa« present
except Mr. Taylor, whose wife was
ill The resolution was fought hard by
President Holschnmaker. who made a
speech, first calling Mr. Frazer to the
chair
To-day a number of property owners
near me bridge are talking of bringing
suit for damages claiming that the
bridge as reised will Injure their hold
ings and nun their plans
The County Herald In an editorial to
day says: "Now that the railroad com
pany is to proceed at once to consummate
this improvement there it reason to
believe they will not stop there, but will
coucede to the wishes of our people In
uiaklug other improvements about the
depot They will ■
T« uth street crossing,
ell in having the repulsive ditch
near the Kattery cleaned, and will
t ake away the unsightly wharf obstruc
tions. etc. It has been the continual re
fusal of City Council to grant their re
quest in this respect that has been the
cause for the seeming indiffetv.ice upon
the part of the railroad company in
making improvements In ot her directions.
"We believe those of our citizens who
opposed this improvement will finally
come to the conclusion that its rumple
tiou will finally tutu out for the best,
and as no good thing was ever aooom
plished without more or less opposition,
this was not an exceptional rase."
of
it
improve the
aasi.t Conn
lneld.at. of Ik. Hay.
The City Cornet Bind I. working hard
n 4 . . ... 1 # a* * ti
under CorneliHl Eherle for lie April con- *|
cert the h.st ever given by the band ill .
the Oper» House her«
George Case and Ed Wise .two crack
ptml players of the Columbia Athletic
Club w,H probably shortly contest for
the championship.
Sergeant «eorge T. Swan I. one of the
strongest men In the Company U
athlet.e group He handle, the medicine
bal aa dexteronsiy as a tennis h» !
1 .î ', b0 ï ,i » f d 'f" t ? r 1 i ofCo,U "W»
Athletic C ub sent a delegation to W 1
minion this morning to attend the
sherl" a sale of VN.rren Athletic Club v
I. ■ . ., ,, ,, ,
Tue I topic at the Kpwortl, l.eagne
u,0 t r . ro "; .r" 1 *? 8
Etllah; Ood a Hero I raphat. Mr*. T. |
h Martludale will have charge of the
eX fr C t ' i tv ti. . , I
Mim Louise Delhi), who ban been al- j
most paralyzed since an attark ot tbe
grip, is improving gradually and is now |
SfeÂTÏÂ'ïL"» .. . I
k n- ? * Tî 1 ,* 1 '
tended In both the Episcopal and Catbo
lie churches and Urge oong.-egatlons
.re exp^cted to morrow
-m r ' K C .u ellH
will be candidate for a full term of three
joara Instead of tha unfinished term of
one year at the Board of ^duration elec- ,,
_ . „ -
* UÂ vau*.
John F. Sheridan, of Company H, now
employed on the main line of the
"Maryland division,* 1 spent an evening
at his old home here |
Ex Recorder of Deeds James T. Shall
cross was here yesterday looking after
the interests of Wilson Adams, the col
ored man tried before Magistrate Janvier,
yesterday Adam»« was formerly em
ployed by Mr. Bliallcross. *
Among tbe down-state visitors iu
town yesterday was (ex Levy Courtman
Andrew S Etiason. who was ti»e guest I
of his brothers, J T. and L *E. Eiiasou
Contractor William E Myers, who has
beeu very useful tn arranging appliances
gymoaainms, severely in < tired hi»
VMM while at work yesterday
iit
ï
HMo Philo .sweetly)- "I can rm.c.ulier
when you made your debut, dear, wars aud
-ears |ago'' Miss Causlb.m- (more sweetly)
•"How thoughtful you are! No». 1 couldn't
oecin to remember when you ma-ic vour*."—
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Both the method and results when
Bjrup of Figs is taken ; it U pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
cently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels col.Is, head
aches and fevers und cures habitual
constipation. Syruo of Figs is the
only remedy of iu kind ever
duced, pleasing to the taste and __
Jeptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly benefici.il m its
effects, prepared only from the most
icalthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and »have made it the
popular remedy known. I
fiyrup of Figs is for sale in 50t
■ and $1 bottles by all leading drus
szj'sjt** rrk
may not nave it on hand will pro-1
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. l)o not accept au» |
substitute.
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of »11 In l«°.wriln« »trentfth.—Latest United
Htata*» Government Food Report.
UoyalHak« • l*o4riiBti(<o 106 Wall 8t. N. Y
A BARRELFUL OF POISON
Five Men Drank Strange Liquid
From a Whisky Barrel.
JOKED A3 THEY PASSED THE CDP.
One Mini Dim li
Fort? Minuten« and Four
Bneape With linming Throat» and Nan
• ew- The lîn
und II id stoud ior Month».
•re! U i
I'nrlahnetl Freight
New Yi>ltK. F«l>. 24.—Some liquid In s
whisky him cl at Pier 3, North river, was
responsible for one man's death in 40 min
utes und lin
men, mm of
pirrisii.-id lu llie Lehigh Railroad tom
juin y for liiiiiilliin,' freight, and oftentimes
it hiqqnMis that some article of freight
comes in w I limit » bill of lading and with
out marks.
ii •• suffering of four other
honi al
nearly died. The
About, live month* »go, a* nearly a* I» re
membernl, the whisky barrel came lathe
pier in this romlltion. It was full. The
superintendent, of the piet*, Mr. E. S. Whit
man,
itm ii
■< nier* to bave il set aside, think
tier might turn up.
rdered it shipped, will)
• ray goad,, to tlie eompany's
morëïïonse at Bethlehem, Ba., but In-ing
ctirinn us to what it might contain di
re ted ih ,t 11 I«* tapped and a cupful lie
drown oil.
Yesterday lie
»mm* oil
I ivo Man Drank.
James O'.Vi ill. a longshoreman wholivrd
street, Brooklyn, and four
other men pulled the barrel out. from n
Htuck-uf haled rag» and oilier freight and
' I !' 1 " f "fl " **
'umhînà t ' v,''« "a»"'^
liquid up I«* Mr. W nil man » office, a» they
*| l(1Illd .. t ,„. v exchanged cou.pll
. . .. The first mm, tasted it
«ml hand, d h io the next quickly, acting
». ,( he did m-t l.ke It very much. The cup
«h.,,, t m-line this way until It reach
The» ich took slot.«
..„H •
„-Nelli „ tbe ,„ M , HU ,i |. e drained
,hr .■u,. ami ....... ked his li n, but be never
wlll , „ . .,, „ ,„ lUor , |irpn(1 OV ej hi.
walking to « pile of sf.av
li.K»t-e..r In he I. II forwa.d .... Ida face
mlll ha U .,.„, ..scions. The .„her men
,. v n.i- <ime giving nuermn e u. «
v ,„ietyof . -, lamutions and crying that
tlieir montl.a were hot. Two of then.
dun.-ed nr. 11 lu- pier like madmen, while
tin-third I in for the nearest saloon, aud
| the funrih, wlm had taken a long drink
„ill. U 1 Neill, „tuggeeed to a salt Imrrel,
Mini itnibbiiiR a iiuiidful of »all »wallowed
j it, II«» Li jmii in vomil at onve and after
sulli-ri..;; . , - ill. was finally n-Iieved.
| .. SBV ,
I ..*• was summoned
from < l..uoh, r. (reel hospital. Efforts
. . . „, ,. lls ,. ilHtl . tll „ UUCO naclous
,„, ul , .„„hnlmu-e arrived, but
Lloyw, ,.. i ,h-. m.d whe, tbe ambulance
l-.k.-dut Id... he gave orders to
, v( h ,. sill | e H , lee(1 to lbe Ul)S .
„■ - N . u i„ deep coma when he
,, to u ,„ „i. although they
\v»sli«*d Moi nach out there» applied
.. *i «irai i v«« hotiitd in a few momenta.
The honpiud authorities w'ould not say
whether or not they had any gueas ns t«»
the nature «•!' the i»oi*on. At Pier *J it w..
wild that . Inittleful of the litpiid hmi b«*en
| eeul to Bethlehem to la« analysed. Th«*
T«»8«v*the K«ar»*rg».
Washington. Feb. 24.—The proposition
to attaint ; to float, the Kearsarge, wrecked
«ui 1L iu »dor reef, has tak« u definite form.
I S«*riri,u > ILrbrrt Ima lawn in consul tat ion
with Admiv »1 Sum ton and has cunrlmted
that th<- utuh»i taking I» perfectly prnttica
bKvand« n -»»«»over, that t^ousitlerations of
p » tiiat tbe effort be made.
iit 441 i. I nil.
ï
liquid rest
RlTDoat od
ored by the barrel.
•s i-iiier iu appearance. It is
mid it may have lieoa cul
vi produet.on ol CunTiols.
(Trv, Mo., Feb. 24.—The
r of unemployed convicts in
ary is becoming s n.a>trr of
concern to the state, and tn
emma the receipt of convicts
.••using and 1» now greater
fore, with no prospects of
ï»
nun..
t he I'Cnifi
mot vprl«
add to t ne ii
is rapidly ii
than ever 1
diminution.
t'opu.Ulle Repartee.
•ï . Fab. 24.—"You are lying
said Hev. Mr. Woods to
\ ucv Boone in the I-aw and
. m. ■ 1--0 now lieing examined
i -i ,:i..l court. "And you are a
ï mistake," said County At
Wit IIit v, K
under a n
{.'ountv .
Order 1
into by
Rur und, i
lorm
ouue.
I'aui .lens. Under Arrest.
|.I>, Mass., Feh. 24.
I dreier, apent last night at
a deputy sheriff, lie was ar
en't I process to satisfy two
wired h.s attorney to settle
■fi • to leave here for Wor
M-niNtil 1KI
Jones, the gl
Paul
a hotel with
rested on a
Ho.
lainis.
I tlum
I ces ter tod
Witnesses Sentenced For I'crjiiry.
lean.. Feb. 24.—The four New
•-cs it. the late trial of Dr.
Howard, who pleaded guilty to the charge
of perjury,
i
Columbus (O.) penitentiary.
Fatalities In Boston,
b. 24.—Dudley Clarety, a la
taiiy injured while attempt
f:"iu the Iront platform of a
i'- c.ir.aiid Timothy Hollaud,
1 1 pci! dead on the street.
I ' II "' way ..r celebrating,
Mayor'Nhortlid<e will be to years of
°. n Mo,uU?r ' * nd '** w ' u celebrate
'Ähiisr,;
Jlmlbut,., am ug the poor of the city
|
.Tai i
Yoi
« noi
re each liucil $100 anil sen
yc ire' iiuprUoumeut iu the
Boston,
bor«;r, wa
iub: to ali
moviiiK «•'
h labo» it,
I r. Wl«:tn »7 Hoalgii«,
A
\vy. FVb
K< Secretary of the
y has forwarded
"* delegate to the consti
■u from the south seen
t or \
Navy Wi
m C. Whit
hi
tutimml
'
York cltv.
Building Permits Isiued.
rails were issued by Building
Debt during the past weak,
ition was |2,)!lt!4.
;.e Wilmington Photograph Company
No. 311 i Market street, 09 cents per dox.
Five p«i
I luapeclor
I Their valu;
1
Ou
ALL HALLOWS' BEAUTIFUL ALTAR
The N«w Corporation Hill for Rnow
Hill to H« Hiil>mllt»(l to the l.rglNlatnre.
Snow Hill, Feb. 24.—The chancel of
All Hallows' Church haw been very greatly
improved and beautified by additions to
the altar. Two years ago a marble altar
and reredoa were put in, and now tl e
work has been completed by the addition
of marble siding and step.". 'J bis fills Me
niche under the channel window with
marble. In the east corner of the chan
cei a credence shelf has been placed, and
the floor Is covered with rich mosaic
tiling, completed at the chancel
entrance with a marble step The
carving on the panels at each side of
the altar are In high relief. On one Is a
lily and upon the other an anchor. On
the lower panels are the sacred mono
grams I H. 8. and P. X , with the.fol
lowing inscription ; **Thls rerfdos was
erected by the St. Agnes Guild to the
glory of God and In loving memory of
Rev. G. H Williamson, M. D.,,wbo was
rector of this parish from January 1
1H73, until his death In 1878 " The floor
and credence shelf were given by In
dividuals.
The new corporation bill for Snow Hill
has been sent to Senator Smith, who
will submit It to the legislature. It
provides for an issue of $18,000 of bonds
for town water works.
CECIL COUNTY'S FARMERS* CLUB.
It Want» a Neu Dog |L«w Like That of
Talbot County.
Elkton, Md .Feb 24 — At the meeting
of the Cecil Farmer«' Club, at the real
deuce of John U Bond, the following
members were present: Henry H. Coudou,
A. J Micbiuer, tieorge W Sutton, Joseph
Coudou, of Joseph, A. B Magraw, Cul
Enoch Noyes. Col. Johu U Bond. Thomas
C Bond, E, L Uuyckiuck, VV. E Gilles
pie and Henry R Torbert.
The secretary of the club icported
that he bad ascertained from the clerk of
the county commissioners that $4!)7 bad
been collected aa taxes In ISOd upon IDT
dogs, and that the record showed not a
female il .g in the whole county A res
olution offered by R. H Condon was
unanimously adopted. It recites that
dog law is defective because it contains
no provision for assessing dogs, and it
asks the legislative aepresemstives of
Cecil county to remedy the defect or have
a new law passed like the one pn.po.ud
for Talbot county. Résolu ions were
passed denouncing the repeal of the
county commissioner law approving a hill
to legalize primary elections
LECTURES ON TOMATO CULTURE.
DllVerent Method» Kxplaitird Hy WMcli
llie Toinato Could lie Matin Profitable,
URKBN8IIORO, Md Feb. 34 —Tha fain,
•rs and truckers of Greensboro district,
were addressed to day at. Mozart Hall hy
I'rof. James S. Robinson, of the agricult
ural experiment station. Be expounded
the different methods bv which the to
mato could be made a proltahle product
to farmer» of the Eastern Shore.
I'rof. Patte. son, slate il.emist, illus
trated the proper formulas for fertilizers
to be used in the glowing crop The
funnels gained ranch information from
these lectures. In the last, lew years the
cultivation of tomatoes in this county
has grown into a great industry. Few
tomatoes are shipped from here to the
large cities heoaut-e (he local canning
facilities are such as to onaiinie about
all the farmers can well manage New
canneries are building every year. It is
thought by some that earlier planting
would ha more profitable. Profesaoi
Robinson will address tbe faiu.arsol
Denton to-morrow afternoon.
Washington College llaiM.uct,
CllHSTKItTOWN. Md , Feb, 24 —The
must elaborate banquet ever given by
the Mount Union Literary Society, ot
Washington College. was held at
Minister's dining parlors Thursday night.
Inla, a Baltimore harpist, played selcc
tions Toasts were responded to by Eben
F. Perkins, one ;of the founders of the
society; James A. Pearce, Charles T
Westcolt and F Siam, of the hoard of
governors and visitors, und Professors
Reid, Micou, Humphreys and Clarke, of
ti.e faculty, also Messrs. Gordey, I! N
Perkins, H, Simpers, Baxter, Carey and
Williamson, of the society holding the
banquet.
AMUSEMENTS.
New York 8l.tr».
Ulli Hill's New York Star», a picked
vaudeville (company frutu New York,
will present a splendid hill st the
Grand Opera House on Monday night.
Hell« Archer l><
"An Arabian Night," which is the play
on Tuesday at the Opera House, is of tbe
comedy order, has a good plot, and the
scenes are laid in Louduu at tbe present
dey. _
ï pany.
Felix Morris.
Among the events of special interest
to theatregoers is the appearance of
Felix Mortis, next Wednesday
Thursday nights at tbe Grand Opera
House. Mr. Morris possesses rare grace
and finish In his various characters and
becomes tbe embodiment of the author's
id«al.
and
DIBU.
AI, I, EN,— In Christiana. Del., on February
1». 1SIK, tieorge Allen, aged 77 years.
HE4VES.—In *hls city, on February 22,1P9L
Flora V., wife of James Hewes, and daugh
ter of the late Ellis aud Rebec a Mendenhall.
K1NI4.—On February 2, Catherine Klrg.
ag. d 53 years, at her Isle residence. No. 70S
Jefferson street.
ROBINSON.—On Febrnart 23. IS94, Oeorge
Archer K.. son of John T. aud Bareli K. Rob
inson, in bis lath year.
SMITH—In Ibis city, on the 18(1. instant.
James Smith, aged ,0 years.
STERLING. In this city, on February 2!,
1894. James A, Sterling, in h's 47th
year.
I'PniKF —In this city, on February 20,1894.
Maggie D. I pillke, aged 52 year».
TEETH.
DR. F. E. SMITH.
SURGEON DENTIST.
,Te?th Extracted, 25c
Without Pain, - 50c
r
'
Beautiful set
of Teeth, $8
Gold Filling SI up
Silver. -
Platina, •
'uinleHS Extracting a Specialty,
All o|ieratlon* known to dentistry.
Polite attention guaranteed.
7 JC

SI
SIX Market Street.
TEETH.
r
IN THE CITY CHURCHES
First Unitarian Church. Wfwl street above
Eighth; services at 11 o'clock; sermon bv hev.
AI* zander T Bowser, of Maamit husetta.
Hanover Preohytarian Church, Sixth and
King streets. Preaching Sunday morning
and evening by Rev. L. Marks, li. J) ; Chris
tian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. in.
St. Stephen's English Lutheran Church,
Tatnail street, l»elow Eighth, Hev. I«e\viff J
Bickel, pastor. Services at 10.lift a m and 7.31*
p. m.; Sunday school at î! 15 p. in.; catecheti
cal class at 3 «0 p. in.
Bethany Baptist Church, corner of Elm
ami Jack on »Meets. Preaching bv the pas
tor. Hev. O. H. BuodingtOD, at 10.10 a. in. and
7 p. m.; Sunday school at 2 p. m.; Young
People's Union al ü.45 p. in.
West Presbyterian Church, corner of
Eighth and Washington streets, Hev. A. N.
Keigwin. pastor. Preaching at lO.JIO a. in.
and 7 3* p in. by the pastor; 'J p. in. Sunday
»«•hod: 0.45 p. in., Y. P, H. C. K.
St. John*« Church. Fev. George C. Hall, rec
tor; services to-morrow at 7.U0 and IU.JIh. m.,
and 4 p. m. The aunject of this service It:
'Tyre, the City of Merchant»." evening
st rvlce at Edge Moor at 7.45 o'clock.
('entrai Presbytefian Church, King street
above Seventh, hev. William P. Swartz
psetor. Preaching by ihe psstor h 10.mu a ui.
and 7 JU p. in.; 2.30 p. in., Sunday
p. in, prayer meeting of the V. P
m. Matthew's Mission« (Episcopal), No. 13
West 'twelfth street. Hev H. i). Speak man.
pastor; services at lu a. m and 7.30 p. in.; Sun
day school at - p. in.; servie* daily at 4..30
p. m ; celebration of the Holy Communion
every Friday morning at 7 30 o'clock.
Last Lake Presbyterian Church, corner of
Thirtieth and Madison rtreels, l ev J. Edgar
Franklin, ias or; pleaching at 10 Ü0 a maud
7 3o p in; Sunday school al 2 p m; v. hti»lian
Endeavor pray r no ciingat H3ipm.
Delaware Avenue Baptisl('hu«ch, Delaware
avenue and West »Irret. Preaching at 10.30
a. m. anti 7 30 p. in., hy b. r. Gninaood. of
t rozler Seminary. Bible school at 3 p. m,
Pn»>t*r meeting at <5.30 p* m.. and on Wednes
day at 8 p. m.
r fcvl.ooi; 6.33
. I*. U. E.
McDowell ville M'anion of the Delaware Av
enu«* Bai*! mi Church,curm r Eleventh and Du
I'onl »treel»; preach in*; al 10 30 a. ui and 7.30
pa Bn by ivcv. John t. Harris« «»t • rosar
Seminary. tmmlay frchool hi l) a. in. Frayer
inemlng on Thursday at 7.3j p, m
Flint M. I*. Church. Seventh street near
Walnut, Hev. B, F. Jester« pastor, rrcachinu
at 10.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday
ftchoul at 0 a. in.« and 2 p. m.; Chri»
tiau Endeavor Society 6.ä0 p in.; pastor'» clâM
»Ur evening and prater meeting 1'hur»
day evening.
Second Methodist Protestant Church, Fifth
avruueand Biown street« Hev. B. r .J.-ster,
pa»lor. ( la»» at 10 a. m.; Mind »>• school,
a p un; Christian Endeavor Society, 6.30 p. un;
followed by prayer tueeilng.
Covenant Hefonned Episcopal Church,
Third amt West »lict i», Hev. C.D. iicnoncks,
pastor. Sunday l».3o «. m.. **A'l Thing»
Vours;** 7.30p m, C'The strong Helping the
Weal;" 6 3»i p.m., Christian Lndeavur.
Reformed Episcopal Church of the Re
deemer, southwest v .ruer Eighth au«l Monroe
streets, Hev. Thomas J. Mason, rector. Ser
vices at 1031) a. in.« and 7.30,p. in. subjects,
morning: "Christ Put Ont" evening, "Jere
miah, the Victim of Hale."
Churih of the New Jerusalem, corner Delà*
ware aveiiiie and Washington street, tier, P.
H. Cahell, post or; aer vices at 10.30 a. m. and
7 3i p m. .Morning tennun on "»»liners Called
to Repentance;" evening subject, ''Spiritual
Kindred "
.
Seventh Day Adventists' .Church, in Red
Men's Bull, No. 51.4 ahipley street. Sabbath
school Saturday at 111 o'clock a Ill. Services
at 11 a in; Bible lie lire Sunday at 2Mp
m .by Eider H. E. Rub.neon, of Brooklyn,
subject, "sec- -ml Probation, or Will tbe Gos
pel tie Preached to sinners in Future Ages."
Elliott Avenue Mission of the Delaware
Avenue It in' ist Church, corner of Elliott
enue and Wanbi.iKi >n «(reel. Preaching at
10.41) a m. and 7.45 p, hy Richard
Uel.lel, of Crozcr Seminar.. onday school
at H 15; Bllile class at 2.J0y. m.; prayer meet
ing on Thursday at 7.ai p. m.
To-morrow morning (lie S, F. DuPont Post,
So. 2. of W. A. h.. will worship In the Central
Church. Mr. Sw anz will lake as his theme.
"To-day's War for tlie Pieservation ot the
Union." The subject for evening will be.
"The Builders' Mistake,'' Prayer meeting at
Y P. S. c fcki.l tl,*. j,. mi.S unday acht ol at 2.*'
p. m.
Olivet Presbyterian Church, corner Fourth
a.ui Broome streets,Mev.tieorge E.Tbom.son,
pastor. Preaching si lu.liil a in and 7.*)
p. m. by tbe pastor. Friendship Conclave. No.
l, lleptasophs, will be in attendance at the
morning service.
Trinity Church, Delaware avenue and
Adams slrce). .lev, B . Ashton Henry, rector.
Services at 7 *) and 10 lid a. in., and 77111 p. ra
Sunday school and Bible classes at 2.30 p. m.:
men's Bilde study al 11.30 a. m. io the guild
room; services at 4.. 0 p. m.daily except Wed
nesday. the service on .bat day being at 7.45
p. in.
Kpworlh M. E. Church, corner of Tenth and
I .inn bard Street*. Bev. Isaac Jewell, pastor.
0 .'» a., u.., praise service; 1 30 a m„ sermon;
subject: "Bound Tcgethet:" 2 p. m .Sunday
school; 3.,'KJ p u... Willing Workers' H eeling;
11.30p. m.. kpwortb ,l.»-asue meeting; .7.1111 p.
tu., sermon; subject: "Custom,"
Union M. K. Church, Eifth and Washing
ton streets. Rev. J. K Amos, pastor. Prayer
meeting at 0 u. m : Sunday school «.15».
Sunday morning .class at 9.15 o'clock:
preaching al 10,30 a. m.; Sunday school at Ï
p. m ; praying band at Keliance S. F. E.
Imnsn at 3 30 p. m.; Kpwortb League meeting
at II30 p. m; prea< hing at 7 30 p m.
A great annual missionary day at Asbury
will occur on * uudav morning and evening.
The pastor. Rev. John U. C. Hanna, will bo
assisted by Rev. John Fram e. A ne
tore, "The Missionar. Cross," will appear at
Ik)Ui services. Rev. wr. France and the
pastor will speak ,in tha morning, and the
pastor at night.
Second Baptist Church, earner of Ninth and
Frsnklin streets, worship with preaching by
the pastor. S. B. .Mceser. at 10.30 : a. m.
Topic: "Tbe Culture of die Soul," and at 7.4.5
n. m. topic: "The Faul. There <s in Honest
ikvubt " Sunday school at 9 15 am and 2p
m. Young People's meeting at « 45 p ra;
vVtalnesday, atini.al .business meeting at H p
ra and soda, lea for members of church from
5 to 7 p m.
SI. Andrew's Church, southwest corner of
Kightu and Shipley streets. Rev. Charles E.
Murray, rector: services Sunday at 10.3 • a. m.,
and 4 p. 'm ; Tuesday, st 4 p, m.; Wednes
day. Tlmr-lay ami Friday al 7 4.5 p pu.
* »h Thursday Rev-, Raotlolph II. McKiu, I).
Il,, wi l deliver the sec mil of .he course of
lectures under the ausp ces of the Church
(Tobol Delaware. Subject, " The Church Idea
of Temperance." On Sriday Hev. J.S. Stone,
H. U„ will preach, subject, "The Sou.ce of
Spiritual Strength."
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We make new and relay old carpets,
also upholster and repair (uru'-ture of all
kind«, at lowest prices.
Hhuby, IDS King street. Telephone <113
Valentin* A
AMUSEMENTS.
OPERA
GRAND
THREE
I'LAYs
MOUSE.
Beginnlng Wednesday,
February 28.
A Game of Cards."
"The Vagabond,"
"Moses."
FELIX MORRIS îi
ThunwUy olght, March 1, * Kerry," "The
Vmbond." ••Moue«."
WAUNE1C FESTIVAL
GERMAN OPERA
I nder the direction of
WALTER IJAMUOSCH.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, PHILADELPHIA
APRIL 2, 4. 6 and 7,
FOR THE
BENEFIT OF THE UNEMPLOYED
Coder the anwlow of the
CITIZENS' PERMANENT BELIEF COM
MITTEE OF PHILADELPHIA.
Apr» 2 -"dik walkure.»
April F- "GOTTKItllAM MEUFNG."
April «-"TANNH AKPSF.it."
April 7—iMatl tico "DIE WALKÜRE."
The following great artist* will sppe«':
Frau Amalia Materna, Herr Anton ticJiott,
Kran Kocrt-Kronoul. Herr Emil Fl^'lier.
Frauleln tfigrbl Wolf. H.rrConrail Behrens.
Charlotte Walker, Mildred Golding.
Ida Klein, Anna Fields.
Helena Brandi, Nina Hartman.
Marie Maurer. Lena Goettlcb.
THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 75.
W A LTEH DAM ItO.sC H.Conductor.
A public auction of boxes and seals will be
held at tbe Academy on a date to be an
nounced.
Arrangements will be made for siiecial ex
cursion rates with the railroads from adj -
ï eut cities and towns, and trains will he held
until after the petlol marn es.
All Hnam<»'ment- are perfeelinv th*ou»fh
j the Finance Comniit 1 er of the ClUzeoft' Per
! ma nent He'ief Oimmitto«
ROH v RT ('. OttDEN. Chairman.
MANAGERS:
1
Walter bacon.
ROOM 414, BEIZ BCD DING,
Philadelphia.
LEON MARUUMKX.
FROM THE LOOMS
Of the greatest manufacturers
in the country direct to us, a
won dei.
signs and colorings in Car
petings for the Spring of 1894.
This is u display worth go
ing miles to see. You cannot
really know what you want
until you see the wide range
of possible choices which our
aggregation opens up.
If you are puzzled by the
sight of so many patterns that
equally please your fancy, we
can assist you to a choice of harmony with the appointments
of your house.
Our stock embraces everything desirable in Carpets,
Rugs, Mattings. Linoleums and Oil Cloths, and at
ccivable price.
pSSM (
.irray of new de
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every con
Just now our sensation is the best makes of Tapestry
Brussels—Roxbury, Stinson's, Sanford's and Smith's at 65c.
per yard; former price, 90c.
Good, bright and effective Tapcstrv Brussels, aqc.: for
merly 65c.
Rugs for every purpose and every price. $1,00 buys a
36x60 inch Rug, suitable for bath room, and is very artistic
when used on Straw Mattings.
Moquette Rugs, reduced from $3.50 to $2.25
Smyrna Rugs, 30 in. reduced from 3.50 to 2.00
Smyrna Rugs, 26 in. reduced from 2.75 to
Smyrna Mats, reduced from - 1.00 to
»75
' 6 5
In Furniture we are giving values as we have never given
them before. Our new lines are now complete. A few words
will tell the story to-day of Chamber Suits.
Solid Oak, with 24x30 inch bevel mirror, -
Quarter Sawed Oak with polish finish, 25x30 mirror,
Curley Birch, 24x30 French bevel mirror.
Quartered Sycamore, 24x30 French bevel mirror,
Every Suit worth thirty per cent, more than we
ing for them.
$ 15.00
20 00
28.00
32.00
are ask
To illustrate what we have in Sideboards, we mention
Oak one, with quartered oak top, 54 inches long, French
bevel mirror, wortn $45.00: our price only $32.00 We do
not coniine your choice to one design, but are showing twelve
distinct patterns at this price.
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SIXTH AND TATNALL STREETS.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Brushes, and everything found in a
first-class Paint Store.
House Painting and Glazing
Done in all branches at shortest notice.
JAMES M. BRYAN,
NO. 107 WEST EIGHTH STREET.
TELEPHONE 41)0.
WALTER H. PODESTA,
EYE SPECIALIST, QUEEN & CO
NOW OF
Valter H. Podestat Co., Optical Specialists, Phila.,
! Will he In WILMINGTON. DEL., as usual, every FRIDAY. In
ï the office of MR. WM. J. FISHER. No. «044 MARKET STREET.
I so long occupied by hlm. Apprécia Ing the kindly favored patron
age he has received from the best citizen» of Wilmington, he re
spectfully invites all Ihoee troubled with Headache, or whose eye»
are calming discomfort In any way to call on him and receive if REE
the advice, his knowledge and long experience warrant him in
S aving. REMEMBER, NO CHAKUE for examining your eyes.
atlHfsctlon invariable guaranteed.
WM. B. SHARP & CO
MOURNING
AND
BLACK FABRICS.
OUI**"»
Kliitdaroe*
Anlnrir»',
HhiIu (i'Lroa,
ludine Cloth
Prlnc«tta,
Batin Luxor
■•nrtftt»,
Ounvout Cloth,
Frlooilne,
MervilU ui,
On» timer«»,
Mnu'i Veiling.
Dr»p d'Alm»,
Oonrtlnuld Crap
Or on Ore
at a ».mir
The Best Black Goods to Bay.
The Best Black Goods to Wear
The Best Assortment Here.
Fourth and Market St«.
ClletaHr5i T •»»!!•>« r>t»«»n<1 rranA.
PENNYROYAL PILLS
<lrlfln«l an«l <tnij ^rnnlne. A
■*«« *Jw«y* Hltblt. (»nie», ul
f**r i hirtruert /'ujDa* ft>* JyXjk
■ in Ko4 «l J uJkmruwuT W
ira.ia wbh b' •» HWkm. Tale V*/
V jmiellir' Pr fuie da r Ç *r*«i»w»n«H 4. V
( fttwiac .A.Mfuai* At Dra^fts;* rw em» W
Jr In «fsnpe f«*r wfftlftilw*. am !
EHS, 1
•SlhrUiUalUiuSM. I'kU.-* _ J
EQUITABLE BUILDING
Ninth anü Harket Streets,
WILMINOTON, DEL.
This handsome office building
Is practically fire-proof,
Lighted by Electricity,
Heated by Steam,
Supplied with elevator.
I* cared for by the company's janitor
Ii completely equipped,
Hai the best location In the city.
Apply at the Office of the Company.
OFFICES FOR RENT
Posaeuion given at one«.
NEW
For young men in
to-day. *3 50 Stiff
SHAPES Hats in all the
blocks of as good
Quality and lining
as you will find any
where, and we pay
particular attention
to'the nobby styles for
new
IH
HATS
young
men. Our fine Hats are made
by Koelofs & Co., Philadelphia,
makers of the beat Hats sold
anywhere, and who make for
the leading hatters; and we sell
you the same hats and styles
they furnish, but without pay
ing for the name. The
styles for boys and little boys
are coming in and we will be
pleased to have all look at them
who arc interested. Whether
you are ready to buy or not
consider it no trouble to s
you through the department.
new
wm
show
JAMES T. MÜLL1N & SON,
Clothing,
Hat*,
Shoes,
6th & Market
Wilmington,
PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD
PERSONALLY-CONDUCTED
PLEASURE TOURS.
February 27th. March
, Kfth and 27th. Two weeks
Land ot Flowers on first
four tour«, while tickets for last tour are good
to return until May 31st. Special trains of
Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars. Kates
from New York ÎBO.00. from Philadelphia
$48.00. Proportionate rates from other pointa.
'Tnw March Ut and 22d,
I »Uli. April 12th. May 3rd
Three-nay tours to the National
covering railroad fare and
accommodation. Rale from New
n tl.
and 24th.
Capital,
hotel
York $13.00 and $13.50. from Philadelphia
$11.00.
Tourist Agent and Chaperon Accompany
Kach Party.
For ticket»« Itineraries, and full information
Apply to Tourist A|rent.3n38outh Fourth street,
Philadelphia; 1196 Broadway, New York; H6U
Fulton street, Brooklyn; or 3U5 Washington
street, Boston.
8. M. PHEVOBT, Gen'l Manager,
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Paw'r Agent, _
UEO. W. BOYD. Ahs'I Uen r l
Poas'r Agent,
THE BEST
AND MOST USEFUL
HOLIDAY GIFT
A BARREL 0/
Pillsbury's Best,
Washhurnes' Gold Medal,
Jones' Hungarian Roller,
or Lea's Best
FLOUR. FLOUR.
The finest Floors at the very
lowest prices at
J. J. SMITH'S,
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS
A DIVIDEND PAYER !
24 PER CENT PEB ANNUM.
The Gold Dollar Mining Company
Of Cripple Creek, Colored a.
Organized under the Laws of Colorado.
Caoilal Block, 7UU.0UU shares, par value one
dollar each.
FULL PAID AND NON-ASSKSSARLE.
The mine is located in the richest portion of
the celebrated gold producing district of
Cripple Creek, and is held under a United
States patent.
This Company Is
w paving MONTHLY
dividends ni 1 cent per share, which Is
IS per
t. per annum on Its par value,
24 per cent, per auuntn on tbe p
I selling price of the stock. 50 GENTS
PER (SHARK.
»I
H. H OFFICER.
Sec. and Treoa.
A limited amount of the thateearo now
offered
AT r»G CENTS PER SHARE,
For prospectus and SHARES apply to the
banking House of
H. R. LOUNSBERY,
67 IIroadway, New York.
FAT PEOPLE.
Park Obüsitv Pii-ls will reduce your
weight PERMANENTLY from 12 to IK pounds
s mouth NO STARVING sickness or Injury;
PUBLICITY. They bnild up the health
snd beautify the complexion leaving NO
WRINKLES or llabhtnees. STOUT AB
DOMEN'S and difficult breathing surely re
lieved. NO EXPERIMENT, but a scientific
end positive relief, adopted only after yi
of experience. All orders Mtpplled dl
from our office. Price $8.00 per package,
three packages for $5.10 by mall postpaid.
Testimonials and particulars (sealed) 1 cents.
All correspondence Strictly Confidential.
Park Remedy Co., Boston, Mass.
NO
ears
reel
or
RANKING AND FINANCIAL.
Artisans' Savings Bank
no. 502 market:street.
Wilmington, Delaware,
Open dally from » o'clock, a. m„ mitU 4 p.
m., and on Tneedays and Hatardays from 7 to
8 p, m.
Asset*
Depo«
•Sfifi.m.îT
763,874.03
Iu,
Surplus,
• I31.243.7B
Interest allowed on deposit« of money for
one or more calendar months at tbe rate of
4 per cent, per annum. Money loaned on
mortgages on real estate.
GEORGE W. BIT8H, President.
J. A COUSTUB McCAULLKY. Vlce-prea't.
K. T. TAYLOR, Pec'y and Tress.
JOHEPH M. MATHER. Auditor.
November I. IMS.

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