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LOCAL SOCIETY NEWS.
Ex-Governor Jackson ana Family in This City. DAHOE AT 8HELLP0T PAVILION To He Coder the Auspices of the Railway .Social on Saturday Night. March 10. latereat log Personal New* of Wi Imlog tou|Pe»ple and Their Frleode, All commun) csttocs Intended for Insertion n this column bhoold be addressed to Society Editor, care of the KvcniWu Jucusau Uom> ranntcr.Ilona sh mild lie written on one side of the paner on!» A social surprise parly was given at Hockessin last evening In honor of Miss Hirdle McVaugh. It was largely at tended by a number from thle city and thoiougbly enjoyed by the young people who participated. The Penn Social Circle, of Hockesalo meets this evening at the hom e of M rs. Thompiou. General Theodore F. Armstrong, of Newark, was In this city to day. On Monday he, In company with Samuel .« Donnell aud Joseph T. Willis, will go to Florida for a month's stay. They will probably also take a run over to Havana, Cuba. Ex Governor Jackson, of Maryland, aud party passed through this city this morning at 11 o'clock In special car No 21 of the P., W. Si B railroad. The party was composed of Mrs Jackson, Miss Margaret Jackson and Miss Nellie Jack sou. The latter bad been In New York for some time, where she was being treated during a serious Illness Tbe governor and his family were en route for their home at Salisbury, MJ. Miss Emma Kane and Miss Annie Hoi loran, of Yorklyn, are (be guests of Miss Agues Holloran, of this city. To night, O'Donovan Rngsa, the well known hetnrer of New York, will talk in the Opera House on "Robert Emmet aud Ireland," on the occasion of the cel eb ation of tbe birth of that patriot Rev. William J. Brrmingham, chairman of tbe Kobert Emmet Literary Associa tion, will introduce tbe speaker. H L Evans, traveling agent for the Dorsel Tobacco Co., of Covlngton^Ky., is visiting frieuds in this city. W. Frank Sharp has returned to this city from a visit to Georgetown. Mr and Mrs H. S Gillespie, of Liberty Grove, Md , are visiting friends In this city. T. S Wilson, of this city, is visiting his patents at Georgetown. Miss Rose Senlx. of Wilmington, has been tbe guest of Miss Colmary, at Cues apeaae City. Mrs. RobertC White of Georgetown, is the guest of frieuds in this city. Mrs. John U Bartow, Jr., of Lin wood Pa , is visiting Mrs. Powell Clayton, of this city. Tbe marriage 1* announced of Miss Ray Shockley and William W Dougherty, both of Milford. Tbe ceremony will lake place on Tuesday March U at tbe heme of the bride's parents in South Chester. Francis H Hoffecker went to New York last evening to see Irving and Terry in "Much Ado About Nothing." Ex Clerk of the House William A. Gum. of Frankford, Sussex county, regis tered at tbe Hotel WUli* yesterday. T. Bryatd Helsel was in Clayton to-day. N. W. Davis was in Middletown to The Railway Sieia 1 , of this city, will glve Its .first annual dauce In Shell pot pavilion on Saturday eve ing, March 10 The tickets of invitations are signed by J. H. Broom, secretary; F M Maguire, treasurer; F C .Higgins, master of oer «monies; Stephen Nelster, floor manager: R F Fox, John Evans, Philip O Bden and Harry Dillon, assistants, mnsle for the occaM on will be furnished by Gluckman's orchestra Isaac Truax, of near Smyrna, was in this city yesterday. Edward W Houston, clerk of the peace of Ruseex county, was iu this city yesterday. Peter L. Cooper, Jr., was In «New York to day. day. Miss Maud Phillips, of this city, ie visiting friends at Odessa. Leonard Mayne and Miss Laura Kelley, both of Rising Sun, were married at the parsonage of Asbury M. E. Chinch on Thursday evening. Tb« eurem my was performed by Rev. John D *C Hauns. Miss Katie Johnson, of Frederica, Del., is visiting frieuds in this city. Miss Mattie Moore has returned home to Dover, after a vielt to Wilmington friend*. Mrs John S. Wirt, of Elkton, Md visited leiatives in this oily yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A M Mills, of Boston, are registered at the Clayton House. T. C. Kellatn. of Ooancock, V*., is reg istered at the Hotel Willia. Bennett Emory, of Templeville, Del has been visiting friends iu this city. The Glynn Iu Good Condition. John Glynn, the bantam we'glit Duellist ot this city, who is matched to fight Charles Moore, of Eliitbetb. N J., Is In fine condition. Tbe fight will take place ln afewdnv« Blood .Builder Nerve Tonic j a M 3hL\5|fir fVnd for Di* VW terrtpciv« Ifnr. WILLIAMS* f MEDICINE C0-. Schenectady, H.Y. sad ErocKvuic, Oat. SOc. per bos. * fl far *4.30. As vrel! offiu tl:e Kk liest." Charles V., Maiia Theresa, th< Empress of Austria, Goethe, Beeth oven, Bismarck, the Princess Louise of England, Count Von Caprivi, and a host of other celeb rities have visited the famous Sprudel Hot Spring of Carlsbad, md v/e are not all Goethes and Bismarcks, but we may enjoy the greater advantage of having the Spring with all its benefits brought directly home to us. The mure .apid means of transit and the march of invention is bringingevery me within easy reach of every .realive blessing. The Carlsbad .vater bottled at the Spring, or the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt, the solid evaporations of the water, may be and of any druggist, and are with in t an equal in all disorders of the stomach, intestines, spleen, liver, prostrate kidneys and bladder, and m gout and diabetes. Beware of imitations. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, New York. «« II« lu hy a SENT FOR ROSEBERY. He May Be Summoned to the Premiership. 3LADST0NE REFUSED A PEERAGE. the qneen Ottered Him Till« Title and Ei pre.ied Her Regret« When He Told Her of Hie Intention to Resign—Libouchere Declares War ou 1 lie Larda. LONDON. March 8.—By command of the t teen Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone are at Wind tor castle to remain as her guests today. At noon a privy council will is- held at Windsor castle, wheu Mr. Gladstone will tender his resignation of the premiership. The Earl of Kimberley, lord president of the council; Earl Spencer, first lord of the admiralty, mid the other ministers, with .ho excepliou of Lord Rosebery, will he present. In his consultation with the queen Mr. Gladstone explained fully to her majesty the reasons for his retirement. The queen expressed aer regrets that the country should lose his services aud offered him a peerage. This Mr. Gladstone declined to accept. Mr. Gladstone recommended that Lord Rosebery be appointed as Ids successor. A telegram was sent later to Lord Rosebery, who is at Epsom, summoning him to Windsor for .3 o'clock ibis afternoon. It is understood that lie will accept the premiership, but that, there will bo only two otber changes in the cabinet. Want« No Peer For Premier, Mr. Henry Labouchere, in an interview, was asked wbat he would do if Lord Rose bery became premier. In reply Mr. Labon eberesaid that if the Conservatives moved a want of confidence in such a government he would not support the government, and ho thought that at least 30 members were in full sympathy with his view of the situ ation, and that if they were driven to ex tremes they would even overturn a govern ment bended by a peer. It is learned upon good authority that Mr. Gladstone will not accept any position In tbe soon to be reorganized administra tion. Tbe general feeling in tbe LUieral clubs is that if Mr. Gladstone was to re main a member of the cabinet it would hamper his successors aud take away their freedom of action, though it is understood that he bas intimated his desire to give his jucccssors counsel and co-operation when ever required. In an editorial The Standard says: "Nei ther dignity nor grace has been consulted m the arrangement for tbe close of Mr. Gladstone's career. Up tothelast moment Chose persous possessing a primary claim on Ids confidence were quite obviously un der a false impression us to his intentions. The autocratic obstinacy which attempted to cram into one year legislation that should have occupied two culminates in a pitiable scene of confusion, recrimination and frantic baste." Tbe Darnel lite members regard the re tirement of Mr. Gladstone as a betrayal uf tbe Irish cause and are inclined to oppose any ministry of which Mr. Gladstone is not a member. He twee n Harcourt and Rosebery. The Times says: *Tt is unusual for the queen to seek advice from a retiring pre mier, but if, out of eomplimeut to Mr. Gladstone's long and faithful service, she should ask his opinion, it is likely that he would name Lord Rosebery as tbe man best able to hold the cabinet and party to gether. Her majesty's choice appears to lie between Sir William Harcourt, the Earl of Kimberley and Lord Rosebery." The Standard says: "It is understood that Mr. Gladstone will retain his seat in parliament. It Is regarded as certain that tbe Earl of Kimberley will have the foreign office, while Mr. John Morley will succeed him as secretary for India." All the ministers, with the possible ex ception of Sir William Harcourt, are will ing to serve under Lord Rosebery. Most of them feel strongly that this will lie the best arrangement. It is not certain that they would all accept Sir William Har court as premier. The Earl of Kimberley might conciliate everybody. A feeling exists that if the premier is to be » peer—which is undesirable, but prob ably inevitable—the choice should fall upon Lord Rosebery. If it does, he will not hold the foreign portfolio, and Mr. John Morley will leave the Irish office fur a more digui fled position, Huslnest la Pittsburg Picks Up. Pittsburg, March 3.—If reports from the sheriff's office are an indication, busines* in Pittsburg has Improved considerably within the last week or two. For a time executions were I icing issued at a very rap id rate, and stores were being closed one after another. Within 10 day be has not closed a single store. A Sandwich Counterfeit Cole, St. Lung, March 8.—A very dangerous counterfeit to gold piece is in circulation here. The gold consists of three plate* soldered together. The outer plate* are of pure gold aud are the obverse and reverse (aces of the coin. The middle plate is of b.*ae meial. Welmoro Accept. Itie Nomination. Providence, March 8.—Ex-Governor George Peabody Wetmore formally entered the contest for United Sûtes senator. The Republican state central committee ten dered him tbe nomination, and a letter was received from him accepting tbe same. UnffB Knlertaialng Crokar. Houston, March 3.— Richard Croker and party, under tbe escort of Governor Hogg, left here for San Antonio. Governor Hogg will from there return to Austin, and Mr. Croker will proceed with the other mem bers of hU party to the Pacific ooasu well GEN. JUBAL EARLY DEAD ManWhoCaused Sheridan'sFa mous Ride Passes Away. sult a of red and WAS A VETEEAIl OF THREE WARS. Served Ii W»m «nd 1 Him Mexican nod Florl.li» the Civil War—He «t One Time Mut'.ncoil \Va»li tilgten With Con federal« Troup«, LïMCHBüRU.V;i..March3. —United Slate* Senator John W Daniel in a sad voice an nounced I hat hi« old coiiwiimider, General ■Tubal A. Early, at whose bedside he ha* been a constant watcher tor some day«, had gone to hU eterruU reward. General Early passed away i|iiictly in the presence of his family and physician, his kindred and sev eral intimate friends. The old uenernl seemed aware of his approaching end early the day. Ilefore noon he called for the morning papers, as was his invariable cus tom, and attempted to read, but found that his sight was falling. Soon after he extended his hand to Senator Daniel and calmly said, "1 want to tell you goodhy, urn j dr." i'a-Mad I'»«,'«fully Away. He met death unflinchingly with bia baud resting quietly in Senator Daniel's. Arrangements for (be funeral will be made today. Private telegrams have been sent Senator Daniel to many of General Ear ly's ex-Confederile comrades, many of whom will no doubt come here to attend tbe burial. Jubal Anderson Early, who was In his seventy-eighth year, was a Virginian hy birth. He was graduated at the United States Military academy in 1837, appointed lieutenant of artillery nud unsigned to duty at Fort Monroe, Va He saw service a in I /f « it A v to V-4 r 7 j*to ; s| KM M i . J i /. er i \V • jP Nfi GENERAL EARLT. in the Florida war in 1837 8, and in the lat ter year resigned from tbe army and Iwgan the practice of law in Virginia. Subse quently he became a member of the legis lature and common wealth attorney. Dur ing the war with Mexico General Early *erved as major of a regiment uf Virginia volunteers and was also acting governor of Monterey In May and June, 1847. After the disbanding of the army he again re turned to »be practice of law. At the beginning of the civil war he en tered the Confederate service as a colonel, 3 omm.imlcd a brigade at Bull Hun, ami in tbe battle of Williamsburg on May G, 1883, was mortally wounded, according to first reports. He recovered, however, and was promoted to be brigadier general. Ill May, 18(13, he commanded the division that belli , he lines at Fredericksburg, while General Lee whs lightAig tbe battle of Chancellors vllle. Hi« Long Military Career. Ho also commanded a division at Gettys n 1804 be was ordered to the valley burg. of tbe Shenandoah, where bis operations were at first successful. In July he crossed the Potomac river, gained a battle and threatened Washington, but was obliged to retreat. Toward the end of the month i portion of hi* cavalry advanced into Pennsylvania us far us Chambers burg, which, by his orders, they burned. Sherl lau was sent after him, and Early sustain 'd defeat at Opequau and again at Fisher's Hill three days later. On Oct. 19 General Early surprised the national forces at Cedar Creek in the absence of General Sheridan, 30 miles away, but the Union atvulry general, rilling hard, reached the scene, rallied his army nud gained a de cisive victory, General Early losing the greater part of his artillery and trains. In March, 1805, General Early was totally ronti-d hy General Custer of Waynesboro, slid a few days later be was relieved by General Leu (rum the command iu tbe »alley. After the close of the war General Early »punt some time in Europe aud on hi* re turn resumed Id* practice of law iu Rich mond. He subsequently took up bis resi dence in New Orleans, alternating with Lynchburg, Va., where, with General Bouregard, be became a manager of the Louisiana state lottery. He was president of the 8outhem Historical society and in 18U7 published a pamphlet entitled "A Memoir of the Last Vear of tbe War For Independence In the Confederate Htates." Waite's Extra Session IC n led. DEN VER, March 3.—Amid great hilarity the extraordinary special session of the Colorado legislature, called together by Governor Waite to provide relief for the mining interests and unemployed of tbe state, adjourned sine die. A On« Rnund Knockout. New Bedford, Mass., March 3.—At the rooms of tbe Now Bedford Athletic club Morris Hagerstrom of Provhleiicifkuocked out G us Willette of Full River in one round by a t ight baud blow on the neck. Veteran Treasury ICinployoe Dead. Washington, March 3 —Allwrt Wallace, aged 80 years, one of the oldest employees of the treu-ury department, dropped dead at his resilience. The deceased was ap pointed from New Hampshire. ( ongr^Kiuan Witiker Will Hun Again. Worcester, Mass., March 3.—Congress man Joseph H. Walker, lu an open letter Iddresscd to his coast! tuen Is, withdraws hi* previously announced intention not to accept a renomimitiou. Wilson Gaining Strength. CITT OF MEXICO, March 8.—Congress man William L. Wilson continues to gain strength and probably will leave his bed in seven dnys._ Sal« of a Z&sUroat) Ordered. CuRVALLIS.Waeii., March 8.- Judge Ful - i'»-tl the sale of the Oregon P . -.-ific railroad at a date not later than June 1. 'i '■ Mmiuf.U'l urtug l*iuut Burned. Essex, Conn., March 3.—-The Connecti cut Vuliey Manufacturing company's plant here was dest royed bv fire. When You Stove Send your carpets *o Electric Carpet Cleaning Work", 4b9 Grause street. Telephone 721 Conway A Reinhart, Mgrs Furniture upholstered and carpets clean *d on short notice by Valentine A Hanby, No 118 King street, Telephone fil2. T. Shroklur OrultlM at a Poor Perm. KvsSAi CJTT, March 3.—The horribly bruised body of Stuart <\ Palmer, once a to do publisher $ this city, wa» without the knowledge of the dead man's family. Kx-Uuniane Ofliccr Milan says he has secured evidence that shocking cruelties have been practiced ou lb« In mates and that Palmer's death was the re of injuries iiitlicled by the poor (arm attendants. Au investigation is la-lag made. Three Burned by a Firework«' K> plosion. Newark, N. J„ March ». Two girls and mau were seriously Injured In an explo lu a fireworks tactory In this city. One the girls will die The explosion occur ct the works of the Ruby Light com pany. The Injured are Lixale Hummell, Alice Connell mid Charles Wlsbeck, pro prietor of the works. The two gil ls were badly burned about the face, head, body anus. Wlsbeck was burned about the lace, anus, legs, shoulders mid body, ills arm was entirely burned off. it of I TV It.. I« Faintly PoUoned. Newton, Kan., March a.— The entire family of K. L. Snyder, a merchant at Sedgwick, u few miles from here, were ac cidentally poisoned by some unknown sub stance In the coffee. Mrs. Snyder died within a few hours lu terrible agony, and Snyder lingered until eventug. It Is expected tbe cbildreu will survive. Hunter« I.o*t In the Mountain«. Durât, Mexico, March 3.—A party of Americana left here shout 15 days ago on hunting expedition in tbe Sierra Mud re mountains. The party became separated the mountains, and three of the mem bers were lost. The bodies of two of them were found lu n ravine. Th« Provide! Provide*«*, March 8.—A mngnitlceiit bronze tablet in commemoration of the burning of the British taxed tea on the night uf March 3, 1775, hy the wen and women of Providence was placed on the tide of the Hoard of Trade building and finally dedicated. Tea Parly Immortalised. Donat row Seek« Death, St. Louts, March 8.—Hr. Arthur Deu elrovr, the millionaire murderer who tried commit suicide Wednesday night, made another attempt at midnight. He Used suspenders and was just in the net of Licking over the chair when the guard re leased him. Speaker Mulby Hanquet*il. BROOKLYN. March 3.—The St, Lawreucn university alumni gave a complimentary dinner to the Hon. George R. Mai by, speak of theasseiuhly of i be mule of New York, tbe Union League club. 1.0« t (Jriiml M mi a ii. St. Jolts, N. B , March 8.—The fishing schooner Bed Breast struck on the ledges Grand Mauuu and became a total wreck. The crew were saved. Denver'« Weal lier Observer Droll, Denver, March 3.—Sergeant Joseph Gil ligan, the Denver weather observer for 10 years, died here, aged 45. tv finit F< Ordert» Meeting. Boston, March 3. — Mayor Matthews granted a petition for a permit to bold a public meeting of the unemployed on Bos ton Common next Monday. A permit was Issued for "one orderly meeting." Rousltlvo Fi KUTTAWA, Ky., March A,— James Oliver of Lamasto, Ky., killed bini*el( because a few of bis friends joked him concerning an examination into bis right to draw a pen sion. .loner'« Suicide. Pennsyl vanta Koeampinent CloseiL Philadelphia, March 8.—The O. A. R. encampment closed with a complimentary banquet to the officers and delegates at the Third regiment armory. Hanaua Train* Have the Right of Way. Kansas Citt, March 3. —Banana trains on the Santa Fe railroad are now making (aster time than passenger trains. Tils Uruguay Eludions Montevideo, March 8.—Kllaurl La* de clined to accept the presidency. Pigeon pot pie to-night at Charles Reynolds, No. 7 E 4th street W. Henry Wright baa purchased the stock aud fixtures of Cole & Co . No. 403 Market street. and takes pleasure la an ouuciog to bis friends that be will have his grand opening on to morrow, Satnr day, evening. |»nd will keep a full line of u en's furnishings, and kindly solicit a share of your patronage. 1125 for a good Upright Piano. $185 (or a beautiful Upright Plano, nvsrly new, $100 for a handsome new Upright Piano • l b stool, book sud cover. f5d for a good Squire Piano. $ 25 for a good S'elnoay Piano, Ri'HKLKN Si Co. No 710 Maiket street Rend vonr carpets to tbe Diamond Stste Carp-t Cleaning Si Upholstery Works, No 118 King street, Telephone 012. Go to Wilmington Photograph Company No. 3114 Market street, 9(1 cent« p*r doz EXTRACTING WITHOUT PAIN, By the use of Nitrons Oxide Gas, Vitalized Air and the New Loral Method. DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL PARLORS, 7iiR V.rk.t St,, Wilmington, Del EXTRUCTING.25c VITH GAS OR AIR...,U)o ITH LOCAL METHOD ùOc ILVER FILLINGS. MA LG AM. I,OLD. IEETII CLEANED.. e. 7*o 50c tl np ... 7fc Set of Teeth, - S5 Best Set, • - 58 We guarantee to do tbe best aud mo.1 satis factory dental w irk at moderate prl one Office open * a. m. until S d m J7>OR SHERIFF OF NEW CAS I LE COUNTY. 18»*. WILLIAM R. FLINN. OF CHRISTIANA HUNDRED. Subject to tbe decision of tbe Republican parly. __INSTRUCTION . D U M. KELLEY. TKACHER OF CLAIU • net and.VUditi. Fli-o Violin tor>sJu. Mu sic furnished for all occasion*, dm french et. FAILED IN INSURANCE. - - ... * „ , He Could Not Stand the Terrible Test and was Rejected, FAMILY HAD TO SUFFER hy It la So Mauy Men and Women are Rejected In Their Application« lor Lifo Insurance. "1 have baen refused insurance, and my family must suffer T The speaker was a wall-known m-»m her of the Shoe and Leather Excbaug e, New York "You dou't mean to say that tlm com pany has refused to graut yon a policy 1" ext'aimed bU friend, In evident aston ishment. "Y«*.'' was the sad reply, "the medical examiner bna reparted against ms, and now my plans for providing for my wife and children are all destroyed " The terrible signlQcsoct of this poor man's condition can b* better real!/ d by referring to the statement recently made by Dr Lambert, General Mtdlcal Director of the Equitable Life Assurance Company. In explaining why so many applicants for Insurance are Dally re jeoted, be said : ' We reject 111 per cent of the applies tions made to us for life Insurance, and I have saved the entire expense of this medical department by the rejection alone of applicants who have diseased kidneys, and who died within two years after 1 r.juried them." The startling Importance of these words cannot be too widely proclalm.d, The fact that such an awful condition exists In this land should arouse t hought ful men and women to a sense of the great danger that threatens them. Much cases can be found oc every hand Mr, Edson L Weston, a well-known reeldent of Foil Ueury. N Y , recently said: ' Borne years ago ! suffered from piilna in my neck and throughout my body, but luouirbt I» nothing serious un til about (bat time I desired to obtains life Insurance policy, and of course bad to undergo a medical examination My application was promptly rejected by the doctor who prououticed It a 'badly ds veloped kidney dl-ease.' My esse was considered dangerous, and I at once oked around for tbe best cure. 1 de oided what that was, began taking It, und I am pleased to say 1 am to day a well man, and the doctors say so, too, for «iiicelhen, without any trouble, I have taken out a life lusura co policy. Tbe medical examiner pronounced me 'sound as a trout,' aud 1 owe It all to the re markable power and efficiency of War uer s Safe Cure, which restored me to health, and enabled me to paas a perfect medical examination " These facts show the Ins'dlous nature of kidney or B ighl's disease. It has often no symptom* of its own, but, furluns'ely, the symptoms of almost every known disease Tne victim of Hrlght's disease goes along unsa.peotlng until tu many cases il ls too late! The case of the eminent professor who was lecturiug to hla class and showed them ll.e analysis of Bright's disease urine, sud also that in a conditi.n of health, is lu point Hs suddenly paled, trembled, and said : ' Gentlemen, 1 have made a painful discovery—I, mi self, am a victim of Bright's disease," and In less than a year be was dead. t'be lesson which should come to all la that tbe greatest care end attention necessary to preserve these great aud yet delicate organs of tbs body. Both men aud women are victims of this dread dis ease, and they alone are wise who realize tbe fact and act in time. an a i .• if \P/f£STM& K v/ * 'j a m ttwau / jt'APf tl Ï / x). 1 ■ i fk l',t Jj, W0fi/f7A/C The Largest Stock of Wall Pa pers in the City. Brown H<iclc«, to* piece; While IWkn R, 10 , 12linnd 16c a niece; Hold l*ai>ern from 12lic a « ItH-e up; Bord* re from yard up; a large neuf Feite, Plain Time, Van inh Tiles »ml 8«nllaiy Paper*. Onrraollo, One Prl the lowest. Good Work. 8at sfaction Guaran teed. . 1 FOR SALE. 401 to 407 Weet Fourteenth street, 8 room» aud hath. SU Wes» street. 8 rooms and bath. WW West street,? room« and bath. 618 Fmnkllu fttreef, 8 rooms and bath. 1131 We*t tourtb street, 9 rooms and bath. H67 Weit Seventh «treet, 7 rooms and b*th. 713 Wesr Second street, 6 rooms and bath. 710 W. wt S«m ond street, 7 rooim* and hat a. Iu.t0 Iienn**tt »tre-1, 7 room« and batu. 31 » WielilnglHli Mreet, « looms and It.ilh. M17 Lombard street, 7 room« and bath Stß V hu Hursu stre« !, 6 moi/ « !•» houlh 1 la ton «treet, 9 moms and bath. 128 ta est t l**ve tn «tretet, 6 ro mis. 1107 Tatnall street. 8 r omit and bath. Kirkwood street, 8 rooms and bath, 1 u& Msdlson nlrtet, h* rooms «nd bath. 1 t6 «dams stiert, 10 room« aud bath. WW Un col n t reel, 7 rooms. Hitt Franklin street, U) io >ms aud bath. Kill Adams «treet 9 rooms «ni bath. W. st Mtfhth street. H rooms and bath. 604 West F. lit ht h, 8 rooms and hath, 1133 West Fight h, 10 roums and bath. 1216 West Eighth, 10 rooms and bath. Send for list« If none of these «ult you. HEALDfcCO PHILADELPHIA„PASSENGER STEAM Mi : BOAT rt'EAWEB ; CITY OF 0HK8TEB * ' h Commencing Tuesday, November 14, ISKU Loave Fourth three' Whsrf dally, Sundays In cluded at 7.8b a. m. and l.uu p. m. Leave Philadelphia, Cbeotnnt Street Wharf at 10.U a tn. and 4.1») p m Htop both ways at Chester on all tripe. Passengers going chase tickets good V up an the to return on töUra.«3S: ■Freight WUmjngtoa and reoBlved aliyday at Phlkake ip i t» and carried at the lowest ratsa. KEMRD&CO. new on not bts In ne and moMt bean an been the 621-623 Market Street. Nearly 200 of our new Spring Wraps have arrived and are now on the racks for exhibition and sale. This new spring line com prises the latest productions of many of the most celebrated cloak makers of America, and in order to have our people suited at home we have endeav ored to put in stock only the very best goods at the lowest prices consistent with good value. We want to suit more peo ple this season than ever be fore and we think the styles, quality and prices of these gar ments will go very far towards our attaining that end. In addition to this magnifi cent stock of outer garments we offer 1,000 new Silk and Wash Shirt Waists; everyone, without exception, new this week. A most remarkable fact in the history of our business is that in the face of a falling off in the demand for Wash Waists last summer all over the country, we only carried over one single 75-cent Waist. We had 2,000 at beginning of that season. Why that one was left we hardly know. Anyhow, it is here. Other than that, we have the pleasure of saying to our patrons that every Waist in our store to-day is new. We doubt if liiere is another house in this country that can say the same thing. Manufac turers say they do not know of any. lais, J. But are end SX art. This promises to be a great tailor-made laundered Shirt Waist season and we are pre pared for it. Cloak and Waist Depart ment on main lloor. stairs to climb. Have you seen those Satin Luxors at 74 cents? On Monday we shall offer a line of elegant Wash Silks at 38 cents. These identical goods are selling to-day in a nearby city at 40 cents. Also a superb line at 48 cents. Hlack Japanese Silks at 38 cents; and a beautiful white Japanese Silk at 44 cents; and one 27 inches wide at 58 cents; and a black 27 inches at 58 cents. These Silks will be found among the nctable bargains of the day. Bear in mind that not one yard of these goods or any other Silks we offer will slip or pull. The market is full of such stuffs, and con sumers will do well to keep clear of them. The celebrated Japanese Black Water-proof Silks can be found in our slock. No SI. $1.12 1-2. $1.25 Our Silk Department is worth a visit. KËMBMG0 > 621 and 623 Market St SEND ONE DOLLAR To KKETI'CKY TOBACCO CO, OWENSBORO, KY. FOR FIVE POUNDS OF Fine Kentucky Raturai Leaf Tobacco Liberal discount« to the trade for larfcer package*. A m'NKMKNTS. «KAM» OPERA MOPSE. Monday. March s, . Return of DOCKSTADER'S MINSTRELS In an «èitlrely new programme. GRAND OPERA HOL SB. TUCP.SDAV. MARCH 8. ■ > THE GIRL i LEFT BEHIND ME. Direction of Chari«« Frohman. Fame cost as in New York and Cbioago Special—Wonderland Musea Theatre. Every Aft-rrcon and Kvenlug tbi* week, TDK HEUTNI.R* OROlAIHK, GermanSatnsaolan Gladiators, 'the Strongest M.-n on Forth. Marvelon« feats ot etraJMtb beyond desert tu I m. 1 HÏATh#-MU«« And Irj-UbdT "Gem« of Irin*' uo. A4tnl»»lofr'tc »11 oaJy U) urnte. ' FAMOUS PÄIWTI1GS OP THE WORLD. U«urr»l Uw Walla«* itotl John Clark Rldpath Contributor«. We offer to our subscriber* the moat beautiful art work «.er published at a merely nominal cost. This I« an entirely new work, every plat« being made peolally for It. It Is "called "Famous Palntlngn of the World " Every picture la described by the brightest and beat of America's writers on art subjects. These descriptions a r e not technical or prolix—but bright and Interesting The committee of selection bts approved every picture that appears In these portfolios. This Is sufficient fnarantee that nolhlug InartUtlè will ne admitted The committee of selection consists of Will Carlton Horace Bradley and Chevalier Angelo Pel Nero A moMt caroful selection of subjects bas bean made. Old mythological and re llglous pictures will bave ne place In these portfolios. We bave selec'ed at* tractive, Interesting and pleasing snb Jects, pictures that tell a story or arouse an emotion—pictures that amuse and recreate—that Instruct and Inspire. The materials for this publication have been gathered out of the most famous galleries and fiusat private collections In the Old World and the New. Eminent artists are represented, snehas: Alma Tsdema, e Hors Bonheur, Boire uereso, Corot, Dore, Ueltllle, Dupre, Esatlske, Geronie, Hoffmann, Hunt, Knaus, Rldg Knlght, Landseer, Makowekl, art, Meyer Von Bremen, Millet, Mil lais, de Murillo. Hcheffer, Benjamin Constant, Jules Breton, Blerstadt, Beard, J. O. Browu, F. 8 Church, Gifford, Whistler, Hart, Toby Rosenthal, etc. But the minor artists and young as pirants for artistic honors - whose names are not yet household words, have not been overlooked. The Committee of Se lection have often chosen a meritorious end pleasing picture by a comparatively unknown artist In preference to an Unat tractive subject by a painter of promi nence. SX It Is a collection of photographia re production* of great modern master pieces. It contains specimens of the great paintings of til art-producing na lions, and Includes one hundred of tbe moat not side paintings at tbe World's Colombian Exposition,and exempt Hies the most stlrsolive. Interesting, pnre and Inspiring qualities of contemporaneous art. Uuw to Secure Valuable, Interest lug. At tracllv* l ine Art The first portfolio Is now ready. 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