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Reception to a Bride and Groom at Newark Last Night. PLEASANT BIRTHDAY PARTY News,About Wilmington People, Their Neighbors and Friends—Doings of'Mid dletown Polks—Bits of News of a Social Nature From Dover.', All communications Intended for Insertion n this column should be addreesod to Society Editor, care of the Evkkiho Jourhal, Com munications should be written on one side of the Dauer onlv Pleasant Coaching Party. A coaching party left thç residence of Taylor C. Burke, 1139 Madison stieet, paya the Chester Evening News, for Centreville, Dal Supper was served at tha residence of Alfred B Eutreken and after spending a tew hours in a pleasant way they left for home arriving when the sun was making Ha appearance In the east, lathe party were: John M. Burke, Miss Annie Worrilow. Miss Mamie Burke, John Thompson, Charles Barger, Ella Sweeney, Lizzie Smith, Abrams, Erekine, Law, Charles Cheetman, Bessie Blaine, Wllford C. Burke, Miss Mason. Charles S. Tszenelt, Miss Edna Bullock, of Wilming ton, Clarence Hart, Eva Thompson, of Germantown, Mattie Leach, George Eutreken, Kate Blair. John Cline, Walter Cox, Emma James Hanna, Blanche Walter Deemer, Emma Mejoyed a Birthday Celebration. Mies Emma Turner celebrated her sixteenth birthday at her home, No. 327 Shipley street, last night. The time was pleasantly spent In music, games and dancing, the last being the most enjoy able feature. Smith Post Band fur nished the music, Refiesbments were served during the evening. Miss Turner received a number of nice presents. Those present were : Miss Ella Harding, Miss Annie Worrlck, Miss Lizzie Smith, Miss Mamie Joseph, Miss Lizzie Cloud, Mias Bertie Marwood, Miss Blanch Joseph, Mies Lulu Waller, Miss Laura Stinten, Miss Lillie Hoffecker, Miss Hattie Wright, Miss Mable Wright, Miss Martha Gibson, Miss Sarah Bryan, Miss Ella Dolbow. Miss Lydia EaHburn, Ralph Walker, William Smith, Howard Murphy, Clinton Harting, Harry Connelly, Charlie Jack, Frank Waller, Harry Halmen, George Frazer, Arthur Smith, Lewis Tamer, Edward Courtney, A-htou Wirt, Clinton Geld maun, Elmer Smith and Harry Turner. Visited Philadelphia School*. Samuel H Baynard, Samuel F Betts, David H Coyle and William Turner, committee of the Board of Public Ednca tlon, on heating and ventilation, visited several of the Philadelphia schools yes terday. Superintendent David W. Harlan accompanied them. Social and Personal Notes. The marriage of Charles McLear and Miss Josephine Brophy, both of this city, will take place on Thursday, September 30, at 4 p ra , at 8t. Mary's Roman Catholic Church. Miss Eva Bowden, of Rising Sun, Md,, Is visiting friends in this city. Miss Lillie D, Jeuks, of Philadelphia, has returned from a visit to relatives at Fanlkland. Harry P. Joslyn hae registered as a law student in H G. Conrad's office. Miss Edna Gheen, of this city, is the guest of Misses Mary and Bertha Seeds, in East Bradford, Pa. A. W. Wright, of Media, Pa., Is registered at tha Clayton House. H. M. Pearce, wife and child, of St. Paul, Minn., were in this city to day. Dr. H. J. Evans, of Altoona, Pa., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lee last evening. Social Aflatrs at Middletown, Specia Correspondence Evening Journal. Middletown, Sept. 18.—The Misses Minnie Stewart and Annie MoCoIgan have returned from a visit to Chesapeake City, Md Victor Cochran, of Philadelphia, spent Sunday and a part of yesterday at his home here visiting his mother and sister. He was accompanied by Moore Stevens, also of Philadelphia. Mrs Frank Ellason, of Mt. Pleasant, enjoying a visit to her relatives. J. Frazier Eliason and wife Mias Julia Staats Is at Townsmd. Harry Budd.wbobas been seriously ill with typhoid fever, has almost recovered and makes his occasional appearance on the street Edwin R Cochtan. Jr , of Wilmington, has decided to open a law office In Middletown. Among the recent arrivals from the sea shore are Mr. and Mrs Richard L Price, of Middletown. They reached home Saturday from Ocean Grove, where they spent the summer. Mr. aud Mrs John Jamison, ofjPhila delphia, returned home yesterday after making a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kumpel, on Lockwood street. Miss Lizzie Baldwin, a charming young woman of Wilmington, returned to her home in that city last evening, at the conclusion of an enjoyable visit to the home of Mrs. James d Burnham. Miss Mary Connor, of Wilmington, at present the guest of friends in town Mrs. Nathaniel Williams aud Miss Bertha Williams, of Philadelphia, spent yesterday with relatives neat Smyrna Jacob B Maxwell is at Easton, Md., having left here yesterday morning attend the fair. Miss Lida Hum visited friends at Bear station Sunday aud part of yesterday. Miss Sadie Wright, of Cambridge, Md., has prolonged her visit friends here. Elder R. D. Hottel, of Wilmington, was a visitor here on Sunday. William Trenohard.a prominent young man of Church Hill, Md , is being en tertained at the Appleton. Frank Preston, of Havre de Grace, is visitor to Middletown. John Parvis and Edward Masse; have returned from a visit to friends Chesapeake City, Md. Receptlou to Brhle and Groom. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Newark, Sept. 18. —A reception was given to Lee McDonald aud bride, Saturday evening at the home of the groom, oa Delaware avenue. The happy couple had just returned from their wedding trip will make their home in Wilmington. Miss Laura J. Raub left bare y ester for Lock Haven, Pa . where she will as bridesmaid at the wedding of friend, Miss Stella Bickford. The Misses Dow, of Phillipsburg, Pa., are visiting Rev. Dr. Miller and wile. Miss La'e Whitcraft, of Alexandria, among Mr. and Mrs McDonsld William McDonald, on Delaware enue. George Miller ha« relumed from At Untie city and entered upon hii wllegi-j a.e duties. A lecture « 111 he given Vo the GUsgOw Presbyterian Church, this evening, by Miss Fuji Tsukamoto, on Japan, Us cus toms, etc. About Hover Folks and Their Friends. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Dovku, Sept IS —Mrs. U W. Thack ery, of E'kton, Md.. has baen visiting her parente, Mr, and Mr«, lu, M, Stevenson, heic. Mr and Mrs S C Chase, of Chester, Pa , have been visiting relatives in town. Mrs E C. Burn He and daughter Ella, of Wilmington, are visiting relatives here. Miss L'zzle M Clements, of Pucomeke City, Md , who has been visiting relatives tu this town and vicinity for eome weeks post, returned to her home to day Miss Vlnnle Collins, of this town, Is visiting in Cbeswold Rev, William P Taylor, of LowLville, Pa., visited relatives here yesterday and to day. II*u William Saulsbury has returned from a visit to the city. Must Mr. O'Rourke Go? Washington, ■.Sept, 18.—A rumor that Secretary Carlisle had requested the resig nation of Mr. Jeremiah OKourke, super vising architect of tho treasury depart ment. was current In Washington, but not the slightest information regarding it could be obtained In uUiciul circles. tho Free 1.1st. OSWEGO, N. Y., Sept. 18.—The effect of tho Wilson bill placing lumber on the free list Is being felt hero. Ten cargoes, with a total of 17,000,000 feet of lumber, have arrived here within tho past 30 hours. Twice that amount is on Canadian docks awaiting shipment. Suicide In Miohola Glen. Middletown, N. V., Sept. 18.—A well dressed Now York excursionist, aged about 0ft years, shot himself In tho head art Sbohola Glen. He wore a wig and dark coat and trousers. There was nothing on the body by which It could be idontilled. A ratrlotic Citizen. Wobcestku, Mass., Sept. 18.—Stephen Salisbury formally offered to tho city a lot of land containing 05,000 square feet and $100,000 In addition to a sum to bo appropriated by tho city for a now city hall. Lumber a is ill is to en a at on the lay act her Anna Gould Engaged Again. London, Sept, 18.—A dispatch from Paris to The Dally Nows says newspapers In that city announce tho engagement of Miss Anna Gould to Prince Francis of Battenberg, Carpenters* Convention. Indianapolis, Sept. 18.—Tho eighth general convention of tho Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America began Its session In this city in the state capitol. Killed by a Train. Boston, Sept 18. —James Godfrey, freight agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad In this city, was struck aud killed by a train at Everett. Fre-ldent Fished Fur llm Buzzard's Bav, Mass., Sept. 18.—Pres ident Cleveland, with Secretary Lamont, Dr. Bryant and Joseph Jefferson, took a fishing trip to Puritan pond after bass. Praying For Rain. Woonsocket, R. I., Supt. 18.—A water famine threatens this city. Two of the French Catholic churches held special masses and offered up prayers for rain. A Boston Stent«©r Floated, Boston, Sopt. 18.—The steamer J. Put nam Bradloo, owned by tho city of Bos ton, which went ashore near Nantasket last Wednesday, was floated today. The Jury Return* a Verdict. The coroner's jury in the matter of the killing of John O'Connell, by the cars at Stanton, Sunday, returned a verdict last evening of acsidental death, Laat Tour of the Season to Niagara Falla September 27 marks the end of the Niagara Falls series of tours via the Pennsylvania Railroad this year, extensive patronage accorded the pravi ous taps, and the expression of satisfac tlon given by participants at the manner in which these tours have been con ducted amply attest their attractiveness aud the estimatiou in which they are held. A tourist agent and chaperon will accompany this last party and render invaluable service In the promotion of general comfort. The remarkable rate of $10 for tho round trip from Philadelphia, Washing ton and Baltimore, with pioportionate rates from other pflnts, covers the ex pense of transportation to aud from this wonderful work of nature, especially magnificent aud picturesque at this sea son, with the surrounding autumn col oring. For details aud information consult ticket agent of company. ; The s & I f ---L - ■S-. VB wJ ■ ■isvvi Beethoven, Bismarck, Wellington, Kings and Queens innumerable, nearly all the minds that have changed the course of affairs in the world for centuries have been to Carlsbad for bodily aid. Not everybody can go even in these times of fast travel, but every body can have the benefits of Carlsbad at a small cost at home in the Carlsbad Sprudel Water, the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt, (which is evaporated from the Sprudel Spring).^ The genuine Carlsbad Sprudel natural remedy which always effective in all disorders of the stomach, livtyr and kid neys; for habitual constipation, gouty and rheumatic affections it is without equal. Be sure to ob tain the genuine article, which has the seal of the city of Carls bad, and the signature, "Eisner & Mendelson Co., .Sole Agents, New York," on every bottle. <>r is is a "-'NEWPORT INTERESTED. _ __ Mrs. Vanderbilt to Open Her Marble Palace There. MAT BE A STEP TOWARD DIVORCE. gust as the Rest of Society Is Getting Heady to Leave Mrs. Willie K. Prepares to Ar* rive-—Perhaps to Establish a Residence In''Rhode Island. Newport, H. I., Sept. 18.—At the fug end of tho season, when everybody else is gattlng out of Newport, Mrs, Willie K. Vanderbilt has given orders to have the famous marble palace put In order. Her trusted housekeeper, Mrs. Hulllct, is hero superintending tho work. Mrs. Vanderbilt was In Paris yesterday. If the present plans are carried out, she will not anlve in Newport until October. By that time all tho cottage shutters will be up, all the society people will lie gone, and so far as the locality where tho mar ble palace 1» situated is concerned New port will bo as stupid and uninteresting as a fishing village. There will bo no social life there for Mrs. Vanderbilt then. She must put np with the companionship of r. few shop keepers' wives and possibly a dozen or more secluded society ladies, who make themselves more or loss conspicuous by driving In dogcarts In tho afternoon and causlaS people to wonder why they stop there. Divorce Kaay There. Tho popular supposition Is that society ladies from all tho country over who spend a dreary winter In Newport, remote from everything that makes life worth living to a society woman, do so for the purpose of establishing tho statutory resi dence for divorce proceedings. In nine cases out of ten this proves to be tho fact. Next to South Dakota it is easier to got a di vorce In Rhode Island than It Is In any other state In the Union. Resides It Is easy to run down to New York for a week of enjoyment, while South Dakota is In the wilderness. Tho divorce laws of Rhode Island are extremely liberal. Hero Is a summary of them: "Any case whore marriage Is Void or voidable by law, where either party Is for crime deemed civilly dead, or from ab sence or other circumstances presumed to be dead; extreme cruelty, willful do.er tlon for five years or for a shorter time, In discretion of court; continued drunken ness, neglect or refusal on part of husband to suitably provide for wife, or for any other gross misbehavior and wickedness In either of tho parties repugnant to or In violation of the marriage covenant, and where parties have lived apart fur 10 years. Residence of one year required. No statutory provision as to marriage. " There has been no reconciliation. This is stated upon tho authority of the person who gave tho orders to have the Newport house put in readiness. No Reconciliation. To the uninitiated It may seem that tho order to open the marble palace looks like a reconciliation. To people who knew anything at all about Newport in winter It indicates exactly the reverse. It Is prac tically penal servitude to a woman of Mrs. Vanderbilt's caliber. Look at tho con trast! AH other fashionable folk are shut ting up their homes, boarding up tho doors and windows, putting chains across tho front gates, fencing In the private roads, sending homo their horses and dogs, and in fact doing everything possible to make the Cliffs a bowling wilderness. Newport in winter Is tho embodiment of misery. Just at tho time of this exodus Mrs. Vanderbilt orders her house thrown open and says that she is going to reside there for tho winter with her children. Noth Ing Is said about Mr. Vanderbilt going thon*. In fact, he is not going. When Mrs.' Vanderbilt reached Paris with her children and began to make prep orations for coming homo, Mr. Vander bilt was with some friends in his shoot ing box in Scotland. No communication has taken place between them except through tho intervention of thin! parties since a period some weeks previous to tho time that tho story of their quarrel was printed and tho reasons for It. Mrs. Vanderbilt has not yet determin ed her date of sailing. She may go to London first. It is expected that she will reach Now York the latter part of this month. Mr. Vanderbilt will not accompany her. He will probably cross In the Valiant so as to reach hero about tho middle of Octo ber. Helms business appointments made long ago which ho must keep, and H Is on account of these business appointments that ho Is coming homo. There is not the remotest possibility, ns matters stand just now, that his wife will be In Now York when he arrives. But In spite of tho order opening the Newport house some friend of tho family claims that a reconciliation Is not yet beyond range of possibility. In fact, when Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt oomo within the In f fluence of their immediate relatives it is considered likely that tho proposed appli cation for a formal separation will be abandoned. Other friends take a differ ent view, and this latest move seems to justify It. To Establish a Residence. Mrs. Vanderbilt's housokuopor arrived In Newport on Sunday and began active preparations at unco. It soon became tho chief topic of con versation in tha clubs and among tho few cottagers who remain there. Opinions were divided. Some folks claim to have received Information by letter that a rec onciliation bad been effected, and that tho Vanderbilts would ruopon their New York house soon after Thanksgiving. The mure knowing ones scouted this proposition for reasons mentioned in this article. They claimed to know Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt better than to assume that they would keep open house In New port when there was nobody there to par ticipate In their hospitality. It was ap parent to them that Mrs. Vanderbilt bud taken this step to establish her legal res idence. In fai t, the marble palace belongs to her outright. Her husband gave It'to her as a birthday present. Since tho house has been closed a watch man has been In ohargo of Its 50 odd rooms fille»! with furniture that Mrs. Vanderbilt has gathered In her travel-. Twelve women were working around the house yesterday, scrubbing it and getting everything In readiness. Cornelius Vanderbilt started for New York yesterday oh tho Conqueror. It Is not unlikely that he will remain here un til Mrs. Vanderbilt arrives. The Ancient mid Honorable*, Boston, Sopt. IS.—At a meeting of the Ancient, und HonoruLlo Artillery company .t was unanimously voted to visit Loudon luring July, 1898. Firemen'* Convention, Norrlatuwu, Pa. The B. & O. R. B. will sell excursion tickets to Norristown, for ($186) one dollar and twenty five cents, from Sep tomber 17 to 20 inclusive, good to retain until September 25 inclusive. THE CHINESE DEFEAT. Korea 1« Ni Held by tlu MiUado. Forces of the London, Sept. 13. —A dispatch received gives further details of the capture of Ping-Yang by the .Japanese forces. Aft er the place fell into the hands of the Jap a nose atrong parties of infantry ami cav alry w ling the town. A search was made of the houses for Chlm wore found and taken prisoners. When the Japanese troops made their final assault, several thousand of the Uhl nose defenders threw down their arms and Her! panic stricken to the valley north ward. The Japanese, however, controlled tho entrance to the valley, und the llevlng Chinese found their retreat In this direc tion cut olT. Whole regiments seeking to escape from tho victorious army wore thus compelled to surrender. It Is now stated that tho total number of killed wlU not exceed 2,800. The re mainder of the Chinese army, sonie 10,000 men, are either wounded and In the hands of tho Japanese or are unhurt prisoners of war. aaslguod to tho duty of patrol soldiers, and many The emperor of Japan has telegraphed from Hiroshima congratulations to Field Marshal Yamagata upon the Important victory ho has achieved over the enemy. Thu field marshal has issued an order in which ho commends the troops for their action. Tho dispatch adds that tho Japanese outnumbered tho Chinese throe to one. Their artillery was also vastly superior to that of tho Chinese. A Japanese flying column Is now push ing northward far tho purposeof securing the passes and thus preventing another Chinese army from marching Into Korea. A proulunmliun has been Issued promis ing protection to tho Koreans as long as they refrain from acts of hostility toward tho Japanese. 8ple* Thick In Chino. SHANGHAI, Sept. 18.—An elaborate sys tem of espionage has been maintained for many years in tho Peking provinces by the Japanese government. Since tho out break of tho war liberally paid Japanese agents have been found among tho em ployees of Chinese public offices and In Chinese arsenals and camps. Tho Chi nese authorities are now dealing summa rily with spies, whether they aro Japanese or natives of China. Democratic Senator. Repudiated. Boston, Sept. 18. —The Young Men's Democratic club of Massachusetts adopt ed resolutions repudiating Senators Gor man. Hrlco, Smith and Murphy as repre sentatives of tho Democratic party and reasserting faith In President Cleveland and tho principles of Gift Chicago platform. Boston Women Send Congratulations. Boston, Sept. 18. —The Woman's Res cue league of this city at a special meet lug ordered greetings sent to tho woman of Kentucky congratulating them upon their "moral and political crusade'' against Colonel W. C. P. Breckinridge. N OTICE S. N 'OTICE.—PURSUANT TO THE STATUTE In that behalf passed at Dover March 13. 1883. notice is hereby given that an applica tion will be made to the Honorable Ignat jus U. Grubb, associate judge of the Superior Court of i bo State of Delaware, residing In New ( astle oonntv, on Saturday, September 89. A. 1)., 1894, at 19o'clock In the morning at Chambers in thcjcounly Court House, lathe city of Wilmington, for leave to make amendmentaand alterations of the original certificate of incorporation of the Journal Printing Company. BRADFORD;* VANOEQRIFT, Attorneys for gald corporation. N OTICE-THE RECEIVER OF TAXES for New Castle con at y , or his deputy will sit for tho collection of county ;taxes at the following places and on Ithe dates as stated: September 18—New Castle. Eeptember 19—Delaware City. Kept ember 20—Hockeesln. (September 21—Rising bun, Thomas Toy, September 23—Newark. September 34—New-Castle. September 26—Kirkwood, September 26—Townsend. September 27—Black bird. September at—Odessa. September 29—Sharpless Schooihoose. October #—Contrevllle. October 8—Christiana Hotel. October 9—Odessa. Ortolan- 10—Middletown. October 11—Newark. October 13-Man-hallton. October 13—Townsend. October 15—Blackbird. October 16—Newark station, for Pencader hundred. October 17—Kirkwood. October 18—St. Georges. October 19—Practical Farmer. October 20—Sbarpless HchooUionse. October 23—Stanton. October 24—New Castle. October 25—Townsend. October 26— Blackbird. October 37—New Castle, October 30—Delaware Cat!/ October 31—Klslnv Sun. ___KKAL S8XAT6_ ' OÔU farm wanted.-a first-hatk « Delaware form, pleasantly located, with good view, if offered low, can find a pur chaser. House ami outbuildings not, a re quirement, but would add to Us attractive ness. Neighborhood of Wllxiugton. Newark or New Castle preferred. Address, with par ticulars, 8. C. LAWRENCE. Journal office, for uext ten days. ( 150R 8A1.E-A F1KST-ULAÖ» 10-ROOM A house. No. SU Van Buren street. Roeep tlon hall, front aud back porches A. L. JOHNSON, Eighth and Shipley streets. IP OK RENT.-A HOUSE. HAHN AND 19 I acres of land on tho Oanseway, near the Wilmington ai d Northern railroad tracks go ing to Delaware River Pier. Apply at No. JOB Maryland avenue. PUBLIC SALE. Payments Only $1 Per Week. Special inducements ! Liberal Terms! 100 Riverview On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 , W4, oa the premises. Kale to commence at 3 o'clock p. in. Wilmington's beautiful suburb, commaml D g view of the surrounding country ami Delaware river. Nearly opposite Klvorvlew elation, on llneof the Market street and Gor don Heights eloeirlc railway, which pa ces directly In front of this property. Ten min utes fr< m Tenth and Market streets. a rare opportunity tor investors or any one desiring a lot to build upon, w|,h no ilty taxes. Tl e yioperty lying along the city line, but ntsido of It. The city is growing In this direction and with the new Washington street bridge and the development incident thereto, tluse lots will Increase In value rapidly. The Baltimore and Ohio railroad runs near the western boundary of this property. Gj and look at these lots before the sale. Stop In and we will take you eir.or W. R. Polk mon the premises, and will show them. If you will examine this properly you will sn-ely attend the sale. Terms—Five per cent, «ash within three days of sale, balance In weekly payments of tl. Discount of 5 per cent, allowed if all paid In cash niihin thirty days of sale Diaconat of 5 per cent, allowed on each lot. where a houae la erected of the value of |s<H within four months Of day of sale Free ear will h ave Eighth and Market street» at 2 15 o'clock p. ra. Mettlomenls to lie made hy fol wlng Thursday, the 27th Instant, at noon, or sale may lie declared void, at option of seller. Taxes fop 1HH paid by seller. For plots or farther intonuation call upon H. L. EVANS & GO., 1 ighth and Market streets. Agents Wavraset Land Company. SAMUEL B. CLARK, • O East Seventh St. Real Estate. Rents Collected Property Carefully Managed House*, farms and lots for sale and rent. Money to loan on firet-olaea security. STRAIGHT BONA FIDE IMPERATIVE CLOSING-OUT SALE *-OF I Ready-Made Clothing Order to Change Business to Mer chant Tailoring Exclusively. In Sale to Continue Until Every Piece of Clothing is Sold ■ MEN'S SUITS AT 60 CENTS ON $1.00. HOYS' SUITS AT 50 CENTS ON $1.00. CHILDREN'S SUITS AT 50 CENTS ON $1.00. Men's, Boys', Children's Odd Pants, Men's, Boys', Children's Overcoats, Men's Furnish ing Goods, all to be closed out. Avail yourself of the opportunity for good goods seldom offered in sale of this kind. Merchant Tailoring Apartment is on the second lloor at present, and contains all the new and desirable things for men's wear for Fall and Winter. Take the time to look at them, you'll profit by it. I. W. GIBNEY, * CLOTHIER AND TAILOR, Eighth and Market Streets. EDUCATIONAL. FRIENDS' SCHOOL, FOURTH AND WEST STREETS, KINDERGARTEN. Will open 2nd day. 9th month, (September) ITth. Parents are invited tp visit the school and sen the opportunities offered. Kindergarten hours are 9 to 12. The other departments of the school have been opened, and new pupils will be admitted at any time, ISAAC T. JOHNSON. Principal. EXCURSIONS. IT IS NOW BUT FÎFIY cons for that Delightful Round Trip TO CAPE MAY On the Palace Steamer REPUBLIC. Everything the same as on the Dollar Trips. Music, Dancing, Minstrels, Vaudeville and Theatricals. Dining-Room, Restaurant, Quick Lunch Counters, etc. Leaves French Street Station, vV. & N, R. R. dally, including Sundays, at 8 S5 a m. Fare Sound Trip, Children, These 50-oent trips will continue for but a short time. 50 cts 25 cts New Jersey and Wilmington Ferry Company. Leave Wilmington, King street wharf, for Pennsgrove, 7 20 a m: 12 45,3 00 and 8 00 p m. Leave Pennsgrove for Wilmington, 6 00 ana 10 00 a m; 150 aud 4 60 p m. SUNDAYS ONLY. Leave Wilmington for Pennsgrove, 7 85 and 9 00 a m; 130,6 00 and 816 p m. Leave Pennsgrove for Wilmington, 6 20 and 8 15 a m; 12 30,5 00 and 7 30 p m. Ptiiladelphia Passenger Steamboats. WILMINCTOK, Chester and Philadelphia. STEAMER« CITY OF CHESTER AND BBANDYWtNB Leave Fourth street wharf as follows: T.30,10.30 a.m., 1.00, 4.15, p. m. Leave Philadelphia as follows: 7.30,10.15 a. m„ 1.30, 4.00 p. m. O PERATING ON THE GREAT WESTERN LAKES. NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO., Great Northern Railway Lia«, Lu Halo, Dalath and f Tho Pad tie Oo*aL Exclusively Patten ter Stool Steamship*, North Wool, 6.50U Lor Send for the "Itinerary** and full information to K. D. SPENCER, Geu. Agent, No. 42 8. Third hi root. Philadelphia. NORTH BJS WTTKB too* oros \'otxr D**rdro J>* nod * »•* U there are taot j/ nome garmeute whlrh, x If proporir (Deuiod *ud 1 Dyed, will be c<*od m ^ new. » A. P. BO KNOT, Ut HABK3* « I «C'Y m Yfi 561 - m Ï P 1 il »* is 100,000, JUDGING FROM THE INTEREST TAKEN 1« LYNCH'S NEW YORK GROCERY. Our business last week went ahead of our expectations, and the result was, "the best yet." We have for your inspection and patronage the ideal family grocery store, nicely arranged, clean goods that smile at you, and accommodating salesmen, who understand your every want—we will not resort to schemes and prizes to sell goods, but rather to that system of fair treatment to all, and consistently low prices, hooks for us to make you pay for, as our system of doing business is the modern one. There are no old accounts and no "CASH" and that means Low Prices for Good Goods. LYNCH'S NEW YORK GROCERY TEA, COFFEE AND SPICE STORE, S, W. Corner King and Eighth Streets. (YELLOW FRONT.) JOHN F. GALLAGHER, Manager. JOSEPH LLOYD, Salesman. WILLIAM KANE, Assistant, Telephone, No. 796. Walter h. podesta, EYE SPECIALIST, WÇUEEN & CO NOW OF v q \\\ Walter H. Podesta fi Co., Optical Specialists, Phlla., o WlU be In WILMINGTON, DEL., a« usual, every FRIDAY, In the office of MR. WM. .1. FlHHJCU, No. BOO MARKET STREET, so long occupied by him. Appreciating the kindly favors of patronage lie has received from the best citizens of Wilmington, he respectfully invites all those troubled with He dacbe, or whose eyes are causing discomfort. In any way to lo.II on him and receive FREE the advice his knowledge and oug experience warrant him In gtv'ng. REMEMBER, CHARGE tor •yamtnln«' von re vos Satisfaction Invariably guaranteed. / u £ ; Va 1 « / NO VEHICLES OF ALL KINOS, ^ IN THE LATEST DESSOUS, BUILT 3 Y SAMUEL J. WHITE, Second and Orange Streets, WILMINGTON, DEL. A Large Stock Always on Exhibition. Catalogue mailed on application. THE BEST QUALITY IN Paints, Oils, Varnish, etc •9 Is often much more essential than in some other things because of the ex posure to which these articles are subjected. It has always been our aim in conducting this paint store to place quality cf goods first. Lucas' Paints Have a National Reputation. Lure White Lead, Lewes' and Wetheriil s. Glass, All Kinds, Plain and Ornamental. All kinds of Glazing, and Estimates Given for Painting. JAMES M. BRYAN, 107 West Eighth Street, Wilmington, Del.