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THAT UPLIFTED BRIDGE
Improvements to Its Ap proaches Now Complete. B3JIE HÜ3E BEAD OAPITJEED Fully I.ÏOO Fine Fish Were tailed Around New Cacti« Yesterday—laical Sluggeia Made a Good Showing In Chester—Miss Blackburn's Farewell. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Nkw Casti.k, April 18 —A point of mich interest io the western part of the city for Kims time has been the high bridge where Delaware street crosses the Delaware railroad This is the structure which City Council recently allowed the railroad company to raise three feet, after emphatic protests and a long quibble The railroad company, early this week, finished Us part of the work of grading, draining and telfording tfao long ap preaches to the bridge—the latter having been quickly raised after Council granted permission neighborhood of thi« bridge Is the best d ve vay iujthe city for light vehicles,and the uplifting of the bridge and subsequent Improvements have not done as much damage as was anticipated bv the anti raisers. The change, of course, has placed the contiguous real estate deeper lit (he valley, as it were, and has made hauling with heavy wagon difficult, but the property owners can easily Improve their holdings arid the heavy teams can more easily go around hy Young street and the railroad station. As the bridge stands now, no railroad trainman's brains will be battered out on the abutments of the bridge, as when It was three feet lower And no farmer will be killed la driving out Delaware street as he might have been had a graue crossing been established there. Now the street bed in the A Farewell Surprise Visit. An enjoyabib surprise parly was ten dered Mies Clara Blackburn, at her home on Front street, lost evening, previous to her removal to Wilmington to- day. The young people met at the home of Mias Ltlliau Meiedith, on Delaware street, whence they proceeded to Miss Blackburn's hotuu A pleasant social time was enjoyed and some amusing games were Indulged in, 'after which refreshments were served Among those present were: Mies Ciara Blackburn, Mis.* Julia Timlle, Mtea Miriam Davidson, Mias Gertrude Knnlz, Miss Bessie Kante, miss Beatrice Coffman, Miss Jennie Saunders, Miss Rena Saunders, Miss May Gocdley, Mias Estella Deakyue, Miss Lillian Meredith, Mias Cecelia Weggeuman, Mies Hat tie King, Miss Lizzie llofman and W. J. Hofmann, C. Ferna Jemtsun, Harry Hunter, J Harry King, John Hammers, Wilbert Meredith and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Blackburn. Same Mammoth Shad Below. Twelve hundred shad wer« caught In the Delaware yesterday by New Castle fishermen. If this great luck would only last three months all tho local men could "knock off" for the balance of the year Reports come from Salem and points down the bay that Monday's catches ranged from SO to 300 shad per boat Price« fell accordingly, ranging from $2(1 to $ar, par hundred, about half of what was paid a week ago. A shad weighing 0 pound* 2 ouuees was taken to Salem In the afternoon. This was the largest shad caught this season. It was thought that cone could equal it in weight, but when Captain John T. Garwood brought iu one weighing 11 pounds, the other was small by comparison. This fish Is the largest ever caught In Delaware. It measures 20 Inches Io length, 8 Inches In width, with a girth of 18 tuchea The First C. A. C. Team Won't Flay. No game of baseball will be played by the C. A C. team until the negotiations now pending for equipments and ground improvements are completed ai d the players eigned and properly, if not rigidly, disciplined. Herbert, who Is arranging for the equip ment of the club. Is hard at work on plans Cfiumitleetijau How Well You're^ Looking Frionds All Surprised At th© Wonderful Benefit From Hood's Sarsaparilla. 4T é Ur. n. H. Cole Millville, New Jersey. "C. T. Rood & Co., laiwell. Mass.: " Gentlemen : — Whenever I meet friends now whom 1 liave not seen fur some time, the first thing they generally remark concerns my fleshy and healthy uppeurance. They ask what 1 lure been doing, I have one answer for all: 'Uhl nothing only taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.' I have been afflicted for thirty years with a dry Scaly Eruption of the Skin, affecting at times my entire body but mainly confined to my limbs and more especially to my legs from my knees down to my feet. The skin, which had been a solid mass ol dry scales for years, broko out about a year ago Into running tores. At one lime 1 had as many as nine on one Umb which were about the size of a silver ten cent piece. They caused me great mcooe HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES venlence and suffering by their constant and In tolerable itching. I was advised to take Hood's ftorsaparilla and after using nine buttles con sider myself cured. The sores have long since disappeared, the scabs are all gone, and my akin is as smooth as any one can wish. I have gained in weight from 120 to 16« pounds. I con sider Hood's Sarsaparilla A Great Boon to All who suffer from skin and blood diseases. Ac cept my sincere and bcartic.lt thanks fur the wonderful cure Hood's Karimparilla lias brought to it«." H. K-Corr, U7SmithBt, Millville, N. J. Hoad's Pills euro Constipation by restor ing the perbtalUc action ol the aiimeutary eauaL a s Powder *i Personal i vrut», William H. Crow and James K Kimmey, former well-known citlzeua now employed in the Delaware State Hospital ut, Farnhurst, visited old friends here yesterday. Only 8tt!. round trip, Phil«., on lie) bold after May I, tar below K. U. rates. ▲ on-airi of tartar baking powdsr. Hlifhunt of all In louvenlit* h» n-iwi li. - LtiU*st (lulled Htattts Oov«rniDent F»mhI Report. Koval Baking I'owDktiCo UW Wall St. N. 7 of orgatiiz.f ion smi It is hoped that after next Monday night ail will be ready for a meeting and organization of the team Meantime it Is proh.bl« that a picked nine from the Columbia Club will he put on the diamond to play two or three of the small clubs from Wilmington that are now urging to play match games here. Oiler Settfinan Bruised ami Imire, ted. John Sentmau, an oiler in the Lea flour mills, stonl face to face with death fur a mnuieut yesterday afternoon screw on nun of the iorgo gear wheels can) ht his clothing and he was whirled around in the air furiously until help came. He was bruis* d fuim shoulder to hip but sustain*d no serious Injury. The machinery, however, undressed .Scut in an in the quickest time on record. l-ocal SparretM Go to Chester. George Russell, tin* colored light weight pngnllst, went to Chester last evening with his handlers and sparred a lively exhibition Inuit iu Tlmrlow Hall, with Pugulisl Joe Brown. Another New Castle bi xer, Jack Sullivan, appeared on tho stage seconded liy William Louth and G Tidwell, of this city, and ably defended himself against the shoulder blows and uppercuts of "Riddle" Wright, of Chester. A set Incidents of I lie Day. Merchant John 1. Biyle, who has, of late, been selling a special New Castle brand of "O' A. C ." Hour reports that this grade of ground wheat is a groat favorite with the local athletes and ligures promi nently In their physical development. A representative of the New York Clothing llntisc, of Wtlnilnglou, will he nt I lie (llli-tn Him**- on Tliiirsda) ol i Ills week with « oi-:r. plele line of Humpies of suiting* and panta *io to the Gilpin House parlor and see what ho has. Yesterday the Colonial Dames met in this city st the residence of the Misses Rodney. Prominent society women from Wilmington and down the state were hers during tho day. Two more families are prepating to move out of New Castle. Mrs W. Ü Barr will remove to Philadelphia, and Mrs. Ambrose Spear will change her residence to Wilmington. On Thursday evening, April 2(1. Miss Henrietta Moure, national lecturer, will deliver a temperance address iu the) M E. Church, under the aimplces of tho VV. C T. IT Borne good music will bo run dered dming the evening. Sir. tleyliohl, overhauled, hr is splendid passenger lu coiumodaUiniK. Joo. lioyle <k Uo. Edward U. Naylor will lemuvetothe bouse vacated by Mrs. Barr, on Delà ware street, some time next mou.h. Another little son has come Into the home of ex Patrolman John M. Hanson, of Fourth street. Charles T. Kd wards and Wallace Can non, one of the sketch teams ol the C. A. C. Minstrels, will go to Rockford on Saturday evening, to sing for the lodge of Odd Fellows al an entertainment Mrs. McNally and Mrs. William Weg genmau, have relurntd homo from a visit to Wilmington. Ex-Councilman M J Sharkey, of Wil mington, was a visitor here yesterday. Dr. W. H liancker, of the Delà «-are State Hospital at Farnhurst, was noticed in town on a Hying business trip yester day. The dance ll ior In the K. of P. Hall has been rented for Fiiday evening by another WilmlnfUu cmupsny calling themselves tho Nociul Five, come hete iu becks. No cattle or fleh exposed on lleylold. They F-ill FREE LIBRARY APPRECIATED. The Number of llookn Tak«n Out (irnilly I on eased blue« the Library IV as Made Free. The managerj cf the Wilmington Free .library met in annual session last even Reports of the présidant, Wi liam I*. Taylor, and ot her * ili a rs, were read. which superintended the alterations to the building reported the expeudi'u-e of $5 -IS.* 27. 'J be linaiice committee's r-porl snowed the library to he free of debt, tie receipts of last ye being $19,357 72 and the expenditure* amounting to $i9,J0d. 18, Tb« property committee reported tenuis of $3,131 *7. The committee on libraty reported that a number of books would liave to bare boned, and others replaced by new ones, the oraugbtiug school iep*rt showed tbirty-threa pupils of the advanced class, an increase of seven ; forty pupils of the senior close, a decrease ot sevente-n ; and fifty-six junior pupils, a derresee of sixteen. The expensts wete $308 70, while the re-eipta aia.uiu'ed to $398 *0 The librarian reported 237 books added during the year. Afier deducing the tosses the banks on tie shelves January 1, numbered 10.649, notlnclnd ing 1 600 pamphlets, Ou January 1 Ihote was e. membership of 031, an in crease of 28 For seven weeks past the total number of bcoks issued was 21 513, the daily average beiug 513 The Valûmes added to the library since It became free number 1,257. Over 13.000 volumes b ve been repaired. William P Taylor I I tig Tho conur.itt M' oil was re-slested pnsid.nt ; Jo eph A. R rhardrou, treas urer, sud Frederick H Robinson tery. becro Smith Did Not Violate tlie Law* Wlllltin Smith, colored, wts arraigned In (be Municipal Court, ibis mo: hin/, on a charge of carrying sealed a deadly weapon. Mr Turner, bin counsel, admitted that the weapon was faand on femith, hut stated that the man Immediately bought a ticket to leave the citv Tb« cos« was dUmb sed. eon Are Your Kfes Ferfoct? If your o;m need attnntinn do not d« lay, but call ut*«n Dr H Boageislntrgrr, ocenllst, No. 816 Mark-t »tro-t. Salls fart.lnn guaranteed F.xautnsilou tree. Go I« Wilmington Pb'/logrspUCoicpai SPRING VEGETABLES AND FRUIT. KncouniRlug Mini Discouraging Newt From Hi« Fertile Penltmuln- Vegeta lloa lletAtil«il Djr I.vw Tmnpprst urr. Tli« Maryland Hints Weather Service pamphlets tills week tell hnw the fruit proepact« were rendered »till nioie un favorable by th« snows of Tuesday mid Wednesday, and by the heavy frost on Thursday morning; yet there nr« «ob« hopes that the peaches end apples are not all killed Grapes aie leported *s apparently uninjured. Wheat looks well, and oats are earning up Much land is being plowed for corn. Some potatoes planted. Farming operations, however,' have been delayed hy the storms and cold weather of past. week. Crops in general look poor. Ou the Peninsula Inland peaches mostly destroyed; In tidewater districts prospects good (or a half crop or mote. Pe»r and applet trees tu bloom. Young garden truck must he replanted lit many sections. Marly potatoes com ing up. Wheat shows the effect of cold spell, hut is improving Uyo ami oats were damaged. In northern part plow ing for corn will be resumed during the coming week; In southern portion plant lug well advanced. Clover v/us injured, but shows Improvement, Reports from Peninsula counties say: Chesapeake City, Cecil County —Severe snow storm Ural of week, lat'er part clear but coed Fruit blossoms looking had, also grass and oats, which are above the ground. Plowing for corn will be gin again Ibis week. Millington, Kent County —Stormy and windy during past week Peaches are thought to be dead, as the buds were full of water. Wheat and grass have made little improvement Young garden 11 lick has been hurt at d will have to be replanted. Roberts, Queens Anne's County —A severe bail und atom at tiibt of week. Wheal, is hurt considerably hy frost. Corn planting well advanced this week Easton, Talbot County.—Vegetation much retarded by low temperature. Wheat greatly damaged, as was the case in 181)0. strayed. prospects seem to bo good for half or two thirds crop. General farm work progressing finely. Denton, Caroline County, — Weather unfavorable for farm «oik. The storm of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday was very severe. More than 2J inches of ruin fell during the three days. Ground too wet to plow. Toole will lie a light fruit crop, especially of peaches, peats and cherries. Kederalaburg, Caroline County — Wheat, oats and rye much damaged by liail on the KMh and llth Plowing for corn well advanced Prospect for peaches very poor, exc* pi some early varieties Young clover also damaged. Early potatoes coming up. Crop«» in general lock bad Green.: boro, Caroline County—Cold weather injured fruit Wheat and gra-s are improving Potatoes coming up. Dailsvtlle, Dorchester County. —Ex tremely cold and wet during the week Vegetation very backward. Pear and apple trios iu bloom Warmer weather needed for all vegetable«, grass &o, Twiiley, Wicomico County —The snow and rain were very revere and damaged fruit generally ; a so retarded farm work However, forming is somewhat advanced for this time of year. Part of a peach crop remains. Milford, Kent County,-Drh —Fanning operations delayid by the storm of the past week. Peaches in same condition as last week. Win at ai d red clover ellnw ,l *e effects of the cold spell, but are n °t injured to any great extent, Inland poach«** mostly de in tlio tide water sections the Vote for <iforg«> W. (îoodley, Republi can nomination for . April 28 A1AU1URD. KVANs LtKOSAY. B| R«j, Ohftltas E. Murray, at «t. Aiidivw't* P. K. Church« on April 17, 1H04, Harry E. hvars and May L. lifiulHay. Both of ihl» < tty. .SPKAKMAN—NOVKS. On tl»o l*ih In stant, at trinity Protestant KdIivooaIC hurch, Kli/uheth, rs. hy R I». 1)., mihU> Hilton Noyes tu Wlllnid A. ak luan« of thin » hy. K. M. McAllister, 1>YMU ALLEN In Brooklyn. N. V. Samuel A., non of Alh« it M. mid Laura E. Al*««n, mmI KfMiidHou of ii. Right! r, uged - jt-ara amt 4 UlOUtilH. LOW HEIL-- At Mid ilelovrn, I>**1 , on Sun day inorninK« Ai»rl 1 15. 18HI, Mrn Ad*-llne Whlteley, re let ol tho late Alexander L«ov ber, M. 1), of Newark. I »el , M.d urn her of Hr. Alexander lowher.nl this city. LVMAM. In thin city, un Avril 15. 18m 5N Uliam U. Lvijhim, h»m of Wi.Umii W m.d Mary M L\ nnni, ««»m! H months and 17ds>s. MATTHEWS. In thin e ty, on Anrll II, HIM. A it nie M Matthew* MEAC-fi AM,—lo this rltf. on April 15. Hnr I I Ian (4. Meat ham. bon of the late Uaylord .Meailiam, hk'«I A« yen TODD.-In this oil Steven son Todd, «ged 53 > eu» h. VAN8ANT.—On April 15, David IL Van nant, In hi* lUth year. u A pill I ». Coibin c ■ ■**< ^ mm MM ..#v - dirii r* ■'S m A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN, A Pa £3 From Her History. Tito Important exnorlonrc«! of others _ inUM t Miu^. Tlto following Is no exception: I nr»U bt t-n troubled with 1 m : i t di-. asr y« '»! ". luu I» of that time very seriously. For IK»* year* l wus treated hy one pliysirhinron tlmioUsly. I wu-s iu IiumIiicah, but obilgtsl to . r*. vuru <>.•! n.-.- «int c.r n,v lirulth. A nliy *>>•'1:1*1 lobl '«y friends tl. ^1 could not live muiilli. My feel 11 ml Hint«were badly awol II I*, and l v.a* indeed in a horion» condition atu n n t-entlemandirected my uttontion to Ifr. Mil*-« New Hears Cure, and wild that his hUter. who liud been afflicted with heurt dls I"', had 1 ) 00*1 cured by ibo remedy, und was ugaln n strong boalthy woman. I purchattcd a iKfttlo of tho Heart Cure, and In les» than an hour eft* r taking the first dos« I could f-el u decided Improvement In tbeclrrulntlon **f rnv blood. \N hen I liad taken three doses could move mv ankles, something I hnd not pone for mo)ifi*s,aud my limb* bad been swol len aoiuugthaOhey seemed almost putrltied. I». .ore I bad taken «un bottle of Ibu Ni*w Heurt« uro the swelling bad all pone down and I was so much better that I did my own work- «in my recommendation si* other» are «a 'Jan thi, valuable remedy."—Mrs. Morgan MJ W. Harrison fit.. CUeniia* Ul. r * I>r. Mites* NewHcartCuie, a discovery of an eminent specialist In heart (iImiosu. («»old by all druggists on s positive gnarantis* or s.-iit by tl» Hr- Miles fi«dlL-nl ColÎRlkhar, Kd"5i receipt of price, *1 per t.oiile, six houle» for I», ox press prepaid. It I» positively ail opiates ox uau^eruus (lru£s. Bol 1 by Druggists everywhere. Ufe fron y Crosby & Hill An Honest Tale Speeds Best When Plainly and Mod estly Told. tt *• We wish to remind all cash buy ers of Dry Goods who are looking for the best in quality and the most in quantity for the money that they can find it at onr count ers every time. Wo a;c receiv ing now goods every day. Ficsli and attractive bargains all the time are being placed on our counters. Our constant aim is to provide the best goods, the popu lar and most desirable goods at tho very lowest prices. Uur cus tomers know this and onr compet itors know it also and complain about our low prices; out wo have the very best facilities for doing business economically and suc cessfully. We pay prompt cash for all of our goods, securing the largest discounts and the lowest also buy in largo We prices. quantities and dispoio of our goods rapidly. Think of nearly one thousand pairs of one kind of Ladies' Stockings having been re tailed by us in one day. Of the outside (Jheviot Shirts advertised last Saturday at 25 cents each we sold 2T0 in one day. We don't buy goods to keep, but to tell and sell quickly. Onr low tsish prices and the excellent quality of the goods which we offer t* li tho story. Large assortments, rew goods every day. Popular and desirable stulls. Cour teous and prompt attention. The lowest prices in tho country. Thorough reliability (for any per son can send back what they don't want and got their money any time ) These are t ie thin; s that make our store attractive and cur business a success. The very best KID CLOVES in tho country aro eolti b, us. Try them ami you will usu none other. Crosby â Hill 605 , 637 , 609 Market St. BUSINESS m\ Will make no mistake In order ing their OFFICE # OUTFITS Of the only local concern In Wilming ton making a feature of furnishing stores, cilices and shops with an elegant. TOILET CABISET Consisting of Towel Rack, Comb, Brush, Soap and Whisk. 2 Towel* h week H Towels a week. ( Tow * t w• I . W« tniarantee promvt ami efficient èervlce. i. 8^. per month . 75c. i>er month . ^1.00 ver month CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Sixth and Shipley Streets. Telephouo tk-'.j SWEET PEAS. All tho finest va rieties in sepa arate or assort ed colors, by the package or pound at . . . _ FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS a I PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD FF.BSON A IXT-COKDVCTF.B PLEASritK ruins, WASHINGTON. ?.V Capital, covering raliroa»! far#» and hnt«l AcoofnnmdatinD. Hat* from New York £13.00 and il*(.50from Philadelphia IU.KI. Tourist Agent and I'hai ron Accompany Ktiii Parly. For tickets. Itineraries, and fall inforaiation spply to Tourist A»rrnt,«QKoath l \>urth street, Philadelphia; II« Broadway, New York: MU Fulum street, Brooklyu; or 2U6 Wasliington street, F. M, i'UïVOlsT, Wtÿ'l Managt'r. J. H. ^ Oen'l l*iwu*'r Aurs', APRIL 18. ■ > ,v Please living: Back Anything That Does Not Suit You anti Oct YotirMoney ki -■7/ W'J f - wt athfh wnT ✓ > ,1 «I PICK OUT YOUR SPRING Süll! It is here waiting foryou. Our great stock affords a wider range for choice than ever before. QUARTERS for those who DRESS WELL and do it at moderate cost. $10 offers scores of styles that hear elsewhere the $12 and $14 mark, the few dollars saved here is a strong induce ment. $ 1 o offers a wide range of choice in Clays, Cassimeres, Rough Cheviots, Worsteds, Corckscrevvs, in Square, Round and Douhle hreasted Sacks and Cutaways $12 offers a choice from a line of Suits that we are es pecially proud of. $15 can do as well elsewhere. Hundreds of other styles of Men's Suits from $5 to $22. Children's Suits and Boys' Clothing are features in which we loom up particularly strong. Mothers say our Clothes are the tastiest for the little folks to he found in Wilmington. We claim equal distinction for low prices. Strictly onc-pric«, and if dis with jour purchase vve will 1 *. - «i u your money. 11 FAD This is I lomcspuns, Not even N, Y. Clothing House, 310 Market Street. MAX EPHRAIM, Proprietor. 4 'i'\y vjy % W 1 — Mmm */■//% / // / 4 N4 w I " 7 !T> % f \ M O U S Paintings '« - » -, / v',X A j ' ■ ■ fl'\ ' H h . I* 1 OF THE WOF^LD ItiÜ? r <v r ■' - 5> A ifN tm. 1 'w ■ ** W mm K T m 5 ^ Zy <\ fVG. M M Sn 7* SÎ, f.l*l .. *• J ■■J ZfW j fcc^SaV^ Eight Numbers arc now ready, and are being delivered to our subscribers at our Coupon Department, or mailed to all subscribers whose addresses are sent to us, enclosing ten cents and One Coupon, PORTFOLIO NUMBER ONE Contains a superb introduction by America's most popular writer, General Lew. Wallace. This is bis latest literary pioduction. It also contains 16 Photographic Reproductions of Great Modern Paintings. Among them are "Sunday in Norway," by Hans Dahl; "The Hunt Ball,'' by Jules L. Stewart; "Washington and His Mother," hy Tournier, the "Gambler's Wife," by Marcus Stone. All of these were exhibited at the World's Columbian Exposition, Fine Arts Department. Portfolio One also contains reproductions of the following paintings by great artists: "Scotland Forever," "Too Hot," "The Communicants," "Women and Children First,'' "Milkmaid and Garden Girl," "The Soldier's Dieam," "The Country's Hope," "An Autumn Morning," "The Confirmation Lesson," "The Hut tcr's Stoiy," and "Neighbors, photographic reproductions of the above masterpieces of paintings are \ inches in size. They give much of the life and spirit and detail of the original painting. Do not forget that the most distinguished literary men of Ameiica have written the bright, interesting descrip tions for These e u Famous Paintings of the World. Among these writers are General Lew. Wallace, John Clark Ridpath, Horace Bradley, Art Manager of Harper's Magazine, and Will Carleton, the most popular American •et. tes WHY DID YOU SEE, GRADY'S Li- SHOE EMPORIUM, R. F. p 0 RKER THIRD ANÜ KING STS. U8T CALL and he con vinced that no carries the finest stock of Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes of any house in the city and at the lowest prices It will repay yon to esamihe his stock be fore purchasing elsewhere. i Polite and Obliging . . Attendants . EQUITABLE BUILDING Jiiti ail Marlet Streets, WILMINGTON, DEL. This handsome office building Is practically fire-proof, Lighted hy Electricity, Ecated by Steam, Supplied with elevator. Is cared for by the company's janitor Is completely equipped, Has the host location In the city. OFFICES FOR RENT Posseaeion given at once. Âpply at tbe Office cf tie Company WH. li. SHARP & CO MCCJRN 1 NO AND KJ ACK FA11U1G4. Henriette, Convent tiokh, Fricot in,*, Mervllleux, Ciiahmsis, Kiiii'a Veiling, I>rap d'Alma, bonrtlauUI Crop Uios Ora Cllkl-e «, It I, ndarart' Ardmore, Katin d*t><n, tuilms C'.taih 1'riutr'tM, festin X.or* r, Hi m garni;. The Bast Black Goods to tay. Tha Eost Black Goods to Wetr Tie Best Isîcrtiaeat Here. Fourth ami Market Sts ALL THE MEN'S SUITS Are in stock, put in yesterday. From #5 to $28. Cutaway, Sack and Prince Albert Coats, Sack Suits, Double or Single Breasted and Single Breasted Sacks. 3-button Cutaway, 4-button or square cut. All the new materials and cut in the latest and best shapes, and you know that the cut and make-up is of just as much im portance as the cloth, as the finest material would be spoiled it poorly cut and made. It is a nice thing to get all just right, and while we don't claim per fection we do claim to be able to give as near it as you can get anywhere and at as low prices witli perfect satisfaction guar anteed in the bargain. JAMES T. MÜLLIN & SON. Clothing, Hats, Shoe?, 6th & Market, Wilmington J> SHORT BOSOM WHITE SHIRTS :* B EFORE buying your Spring sup ply of White Shirts examine "Our Special" Short Bosom " Shirts, the most ccmfortable while Kblrta there «re. The bosoms do nut ride on nor break. We have »II lengths of sleeves. We guarantee them to Ut. •L" WYATT & CO. MEN'S FUBN1SHKB8, 603 MARKET STREET. e Laundry Collars for ONE CENT. | o V.