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Is How Chronic Vagrants Re gard New Castle Jail. THE TEAMP LAW HOT A SUOOEße, At L«RRt a» tt I» Now Enforced—Other Matters About Town—Social Events East Evening—A Policeman Who Has Killed and Burled Twenty-three Dogs. Bpeclal Correspondence Evening Journal. New Castle, Oct. 30—Among the prisoners brought over to this city to jail by Court Officer heal| yesterday were "Buckv" Reed and coloied "Jim" Boyer A slight delay of their train at Farulmrst caused them to remark: "Oh, hurry up. let's get back home." The then talked about "home" in such a matter- of-fact way, that passengers near them began to eye these two common vagrants. At the New Castle station several friends sainted Reed with, "Hello, Back, going back home again, heyf'to which tbe unabashed white man, chained to black "Jim," replied In the affirmative. Boyer replied that he was and there's where be intended to stay all winter, declaring that the county was as able to keep him as he was to keep himself And the county building In this city is aettully their home, from the time one sentence expires until snother one is pronounced on them. It ie believed that tbe present tramp law is not proving such a success as was thought, after all, partly because the men are not worked Lard enough, and then because the quarters where tbe Btone cracking is n w carried on arn cramped Maid tilt frequently the Jail authorities run ou' have nothing for tbe men to do for days. A Social Reunion Laat Night, A social organization, known as tbe 8. L 8 , held a reunion and promenade in the K. of P. Hall last evening. There was no dancing, but marching songs and other methods of merry-making were indulged iu until a late hoar. Home of those present were : Mise Annie Mehlen, E. P. Beechler, 8emuel Mitchell, Miss Bailie Truitt, Arthur Murray, Miss Emma Harris, E J. Weggenmau, Misses Ella and Katie TimmB, Jackson Timms, Miss Laura Kuause, Miss Hattie King, J. H. Hammers, Miss Lizzie Wise, Miss Carrie Cline, Miss Maud King, C. Kidney King, Miss Ada Maguire, Miss Bertha Sipple, James 8haw. Harry H. Price, Misses 8haw, Louis McLaughlin, Robert Newlove, Wilbur Meredith. week seldom elapsing 1 ht ue aad then A Dane* ;F»rtv. There was an enjoyable danae at the residence of Mrs. Mai y Marshall, on Booth Third street, last night, and twenty conples were In attendance. Mr. Hnsbebeok directed tbe music aud a committee of the young women watted upon the refreshment tables. Among the guests ou tbs floor were: Misses Annie Stack, Josie Fitzgerald, Birdie Booth. Anule Duffy, Maine Carlin, Maine AicGrory, Sallie and Mamie McGue, Lizzie Murphy, Lydia Harney, and Isaac Dugdale, John Murphy, William 8 Martin, Thomas Walls, James Ryan, James Daffy, Hugh Ryan, Jeremiah Tobin, William O'Connor, John Me Oaughan and several others. Incident» of the Day. Manager W. H. Bradley, of the C. A. C gymnasium, Is on the track of a'psrsou who stple the long bar ont ef the carriage gateB at Battery Park on Saturday night and Mr. Bradley bas announced that he will give the fellow until Friday night to return It before prosecuting him. Red Lion Methodists have decided to give a big sapper and festival on the evenings of November 14 and 15 In the church basement. The steamboat John V. Craven was tied up at tbe Delaware street wharf ail night having been unable to get into Salem creek. 8be rnns Horn Philadelphia to 8alem. Railroad workmen are putting In a new crowing at Ninth aud Young streets. A Chinaman, fresh from tbe land of war and carnnge, has decided to estab lish a cigar store at. the stand soon to be vacated by Hngh Ryan. Officer Matthew' Tobin Las killed twenty-three dogs since the first of las», week and had to bury each one. City Connell will probably remunerate him for acting as dog-eateber, exterminator, grave digger and finding the cemetery lot in each of the twenty-three cases. There are prospects for more lively t lines here next Ssturdsy night, when the Republics« and Democrats will hold big .mass-meetings. Personal Event». Mr. Chapman and bride, of Pittsburg, the latter formerly Miss Lillie May Comegys, on their wedding tonr, are vieiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. aud Mrs. J. T. Comegys, on Harmony etreet, in company with Mrs. George Sasse and Miss Mattie Tbomis, of WilmlDgton. Mr. and Mrs Albert G Brown, of Bear, were in tbe city yesterday on a visit to relatives. Mr. aud Mrs Henry C Clewell, of Easton, Pa , are here as the guests of their son, Charles H Clewell. J. Parks Duncan will probably beglu tbe study of telegraphy and Maritime Exchange business with Operator Hugh Duffy at the Western Union office Delaware street wharf. Miss Margie Wilson, of Claymont, and -avérai little friends of Claymont, were i the city yesterday as the guests of .■lisa Mary Shaw. Rev. A. H. Proudfit, D D, now of his city, preached in a Philadelphia hurch on Sunday. on \ The Evening Jour nal is the only Dem ocratic daily news paper in the State. Down with Ring Rule. Mammoth Eare of Corn. t John T. White, of near Kioibleville. 'a , brougbt two mammoth ears of corn He grew One measures Hi •> town with him yesterday, deal on his farm, uebes and the other 14 WAR AGAINST REGISTRARS. atepH Taken By Republican Politicians to HaveTheir Voter»' Names Restored to the Ltat. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Dover, Oct. 30.—This morning the court Heard t ho cases of Kent and Sussex voters who took this step to have their names returned to the voting list. This action is based ou the fact that the negroes were returned as in arrears for 1893 taxes, which rendered them ineligible for assessment and tax paying for two years, but were registered on taxes paid for 1892. Lawyers of both parties are divided as to the power of the registrars to take tbis action, and the move is both upheld and denounced. Senator Higgins and Benjamin Nields of Wilmington, and N B Hmllhers. James Peunewili and Beuiah Watson, of Dover, worked all of last night in getting the Kent county cases ready for pres entation. In Sussex county a total of twenty nine names has so far been reported as hav ing been stricken from the registration lists. In the Superior Court this morn ing a petition was presented by Charles F Richards, of Georgetown, asking that the registrars be compelled to restore these names Most of them were stricken oil in Broad Creek hundred. General R. R. Kenney and Hen>y Ridgeley appeared for the Kent regis trars, and Charles W Cullen, of George, town, represented the Sussex registrars. Alone the Llue of Mixed School». West Chester Oct, 39 —In court yes terdav on the petition of Simon R Bar ton, colored, a petition was presented for a mandamus to compel the directors of the public schools of this place to admit bis cbi.dren tu the Public High School, iustt-ad of seudli g them to tne colored school in another part of the town The court granted an alternative mandamus, and the matter will be argued in Decem ber. been argued before the School Board by several representative colored men. Said to Have Been Arrested at Dover Magistrate Hare, of South Cheater, received a telegram from W. H. Bogge, secretary of the Dover, Del , Republican Club, asking that a man be seat down to Identify one, Herman Wetsemau, who had been arrested on the charge of eoloulzlng Democratic voters. Williams went to Dover in answer to the telegram. It 1s believed that It Is a case of mistaken Ideutlty, as Herman Weiss man, of South Chester, wae seen in this city that evening on the streets,—Chester News. For mouths this question lias Eben A CAMPAIGN LIE NAILED. To my friends and fellow Democrats: The rumor that I have with drawn from the Congressional contest is false. 1 am a can didate for election as the Rep resentative in Congress from Delaware and will be a candi date until the polls close November 6th, all reports to the contrary notwithstanding. In the interest of true|De mocracy, good government and against rings and bossism, I respectfully solicit your suf frage. JOHN P. DONAIIOE. Wilmington, October 29, 1894. MAYOR HIT WITH A STONE. on Wlitle Attending n Hepnl.llvan Meeting In the lentil Ward He I» Assaulted Last night during the Republican meeting at Lancaster avenue and Har rison street and while David Healy, of New York, was speaking, someone threw a stone or brick from tbe rear of the stand against, the canvas coveriug May Shortlldge, who was sitting there, got it in the neck. His overcoat oollar was np at the time, fortuuately, and no serious damage was done ' There was great excitement for a few minutes and an attempt was made to locate the thrower of the missile. Officers arrested Patrick O'Connell on suspicion of being the party, and this morning he was arraigned in Municipal Court. William T. Lynam appeared as bis counsel. At the request of City Solicitor Elliott the continued until to morrow morning. Mr. Lynam stated to the court that he had been retained by the prisoner to defend him, and explained that the only reason he appeared In the case was that the prisoner had solemnly assured him that he was innocent and that he did not throw tbe stone. Had he not become convinced of the truth of O'Connell's statement he certainly would not have defended the assaulter of the chief ecutlve of the city Tbe attack ou tbe meeting is severely condemned by citizens generally, and by the Democrats of the Tenth ward es pecially, and they are making every effort to discover the guilty party parties Should he be found he will meet with speedy and sevore punish ment. Tenth ward Democrats claim that at a meeting of the ward club held the ing before, a gnard of fifty ^ appointed to attend the meeting and see that no hot—beaded or intoxicated party disturbiti harmony. This was carried out and had any one attempted to dis turb either speaker or audience he would have brewed considerable case was ex • r even men was trouble for himself. They claim that the whole thing was intended to create a feeling against them, a sort of sympathy strike. 3 WORK OF THE LEVY COURT. Monthly Pay-roll Passed, as Next Tues day, the Regular Time, J. Election ll«y. Levy Court met this morning. F. C Cleaver was allowed $225 for a targe load of oyster shells. Mr. Gailagbor offered a resolution authorizing Robert Smith to tap the Court House sewer on King street. It was adopted The monthly pay-roll was passed, next Tuesff&y, the regular time for passing it, being election day. A number of small bills were passed, and the body adjourned until November 7, when a committee will assist Clerk of the Peace Biggs to burn tbe uuused ballots. Milk ana cream. Pure milk and cream constantly on hand, put up in glass jars when desired and delivered to alt parts of the city J. H. Porter, Seventh aud Madison streets. Phone (511. ' Bargains in watches at Davidow & Co. 's. ■i INTHESPORTING W3RLD. Lively Rivalry Among the Local Horsemen. GLYHN WON THE ENGLISH ÜÛHTE8T * But Did Not Get the Decision—The Post Hay» He Wm the Favorlte^Oue of We Dona'i Football Player» Reported] to Have Died From the Effects of Injurie» Received at Chester on Saturday. There was some lively racing at Haze Dell Driving Park yesterday afternoon between well-kuowu local horses. It wua a fine day for tbe sport and as no admis sion tea was charged, the attendance was large. In a half-mile running race, Daniel Bubenzor's distanced the horse'of Mr. McCauslaud A summary of the trotting is as follows: 2 fi!) class : R. Port*»!*'« sorrel mare. Jaipmb Hubenzer'H Maggie D A Wright, Delaware Dude. T. Wilson'« bay horse. Time Ü.54, 2.52, 2 55. Three minute class. 2 l 2 I i I 3 3 3 John Devine'» bay horse. W. Stafford's bay stallion. D. Ford's buy stillluu . Time. 2 49, 2 60. Free for all. M. Tucker'» Sadie Boll. M. Gornil«y'» bay mare...,. Time, 2 41,2 41. Ou Thursday afternoon there will be another popular matinee at Wawaset P.rk at which the horse racing will be interspersed by bicycle speed contests. 1 1 .... 2 3 8 I .... 1 1 2 2 Ulyun Vlctorloo» In Washington. Early news from Washington this morning was to the effect that Glynn, tbe plucky little Wilmington fighter, h»d whipped hia man iu the Glynn Eugllah contest last night before the Eureka Athletic Club. "Snapper" Garrison decided the con test a draw, although from the first it was evident that Glynn was the better man Both were fighting at the end of the fifteen rounds signed for. The Washington Post of to-day says of the fight: "Glynn was first to go through the ropes to his corner, follosed by his manager and trainer, Tony Btannard English came on shortly after, accom panied by Billy Young The time keepers chosen were Johnny English and R. M Glynn When the men rose in response to the introductions it was apparent that English was not only the taller, but the heavier. English's exact weight wtightd 118 Murphy for Dobbins for was 121 J, while Glynn According to tbe articles, Glynn could have withdrawn from the Gght, but he is never inclined to disap point an audience, and therefore waived the matter of weight and wear, on with tbe battle. English only punched him hard once—in the fourteenth rouud— and a maj irtty of the spectators thought he should have had the decision." Flanigan, of Wcikuih Imported Dead. In its account of the Upland-Weuon» game at Chester, on Saturday, the Chester Evening News said: "Tne game was a slugging contest and the piaysrs ware prevented from com ing together repeatedly. Flanigan and Scbilsky, of the visiting team, both severely injured aud the former was thrown into spasms and carried from the field. since died. were It is reported that Flanigan has McConnell'» Fight at Chester. Next Thursday night Company B, Sixth Infantry, N. G. P., of Chester, will open its armory for a scientific sparring exhibition, in which there is much in - terest already manifested. Wango. a half-breed Iroquois Indian, and the light-weight champion of Virginia, will meet Ed McConnell, the well known Wilmington light-weight, in a 10-ronnd scientific battle. Frank Events of Interest to Local Sportsmen. Dr. J. Ferris Belt's fox terriers will be benched to-day at the dog show In Boston which will continue until Novem her 2. For this show terriers only will be exhibited. Charles Church, of Cherter, who re cently won a 20 mile time prize here, broke the one-hour bicycle record Saturday on tbe Hiverfcon traek by covering 22 miles and 1,203 yard. He also rode a mile In 2 23 2 5, coming within 2 5 of a second of the world's class A record. An Important meeting of all football players of the Y. M C A. will bs held this evening at Association Hall at 8 o'clock. All the first and secoud teams are especially requested to be present, a8 business of vital Importance will be brougbt before tbe meeting Tbe Y. M, C. A will play Eddystone Hatutday afternoon at the Riverview grounds at 3 30 o'clock. The Coateavllle Y. M. C. A 'a eleven will play football with the Warren team at Union Street Park next Thursday afternoon at 3 45 o'clock. The Coatesvll lagers are sturdy fellows aud play great ball. ■•U 8|>ortlng News Rotes. Advices from the Univeisity of Pennsyl vania elate that Ellis Ward will bs gaged as coach of the university oarsmen, the Manhattan Athletic Club'B disband meut having left Ward unattached. About 500 spectators yesterday saw a game of football at the Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb at Mt Airy, between the first and second elevens. Tbe game was sprightly but de void of the chatter of chronic disputera. Harvard's football coachers are bard at work perfecting the interference and general offensive work of their players. One of Springfield's largest hotels announces that every room has been engaged for the night of November 23 — the evening before the great Yale-Har vard game In this game Paul Daahiel will act as referee and Alex Mcffatt umpire. ENDORSE THE TARIFF PLANK. * n as Democratic Candidate* Reply Individually to the O^est Ions of the Single Tex Society. The following letter, received by the Wilmington Single Tax Society, is of five,signed by the following candidates: James T Shallcross, Clayton T. Cann, Kvan G. Boyd, R C. Brockson and T. Bayard Iieisel. "Tbe Wilmington Single Tax Society, Wilmington, Delaware. "GBNTLBMffNfl one Replying to your com municatiou of recept date, addressed to Democratic candidates collectively, I beg to say that I do fully and unreservedly endorse the tariff plank of tho Chicago platform of 1892 and the platform of the Democratic party in Delaware, made at Dover in 1894, and should I be elected to the Legislature, I will vote for no man for United States Seuator, who is not in hearty accord therewith." Nearly eveiy physician tn Wilmington wears aud recommends Jaeger woolens, Only at Dcughten's. 1 BERLIN CALMS DOWN. Tlic New Chau cell or Direkt the Aspiration» of Count Zu Kulenberjf. Berlin, Oct 30.— Publia opinion is fast recovering from the shock of tho min istcrinl crisis. Thoro !» fooling of ro Hof that it lias not turned out worse, nnd that tho long threatened utorin has burst and olearod tho atmosphere. It is understood that tho emperor has nccopted tho new chancellor's view that tlie appointment of a roaotlonary Protes tant like Count zu Kulcuberg as governor of Alsace Lorrains would oreate bad feel ing in that province, summoned His majesty bn. Princo Holionlohe- Langen burg, hoad of the Neuonsteln line of the Hohenlohe», to Potsdam as a possible gov ernor of tho Helchlond. His majesty's desiro to appoint Count zu Eulenberg to the highest post noxt to the chancellorship, with a salary of .$30,000 dollars higher than the chancellor celvos, as compensation for tho slights cast upon him iu the Çaprlvlte press, is a further instance of the intrusion of im perial fooling into the government of the country which is little likoly to enlist popular approval. Prince Hohenlohe- Langonberg is uncle of the ompsror. Gleichen- Lein ingen families, formerly a member of tho Free Conserva tive party in parliament and has taken deep interest in colonial matters. Ho has made no particular mark in politics. Tho other candidates for tho samo post are General von Loo, Princo Frederick Ho benzullem and General Count von Wal dorseo. It Is belioved that Princo Hohen b ihe- Langen berg has tho host chance of appointment. Tho reduction of Princo von Hohen lohe's salary by his appointment to tho chancellorship from $42,600 to $13,600 is of little consequenco to him, ho boing very wealthy. He Is no speaker, so Dr. von Boettichor, lmperinl minister of the intorlor and representative of tho chan cellor, will have tho task In tho relohstag of speaking on home affairs for the eminent, whilo Baron Marescball von Bieberstein, the foreign minister, will speak on foreign affairs. Tho countermanding of a summons for a mooting of tho cabinet at noon yester day gave rise to now rumors of a pro longation of the crisis and further resig nations, but bo for nothing has transpired officially, though a report is current that Dr. Hermann von Schelling, Prussian minlstor of justice, bad rosignod. It is stntod that Count von Caprlvl will bo made a colonel gonernl. It) an Ho belongs to tho He was gov FATHER IVAN HOPEFUL. Ho Think» the Czar I» Being Cured by a Miracle. St. Petersburg, Oct. 30.—Tho oflioial bulletin issued from Livadia says that the appoar Ho coughed more, bringing up phlegm mixod with blood. The cough, which results from chronio catarrh, has become worse and impedes hia majesty's breathing. An analysis of the fluid drawn from tho limbs of tho czar has had ing result, giving hope that the process of absorption fiiaysoon begin. Should tho improvement In his majesty's condition continue, tho marriago of tho czarowitz and Princess Alix may bo further post poned in order that tho shadows of ill ness shall not fall on tho union. The dispatch adds that Father Ivan (Holy John of Cronstadt), tho miraole workor, who, it is said, recontly had boon summoned to pray for tho czar, telegraph ed to hlswifo four days ago, saying: "God is surely working a miraole. The cz.ar will recover. " czar took littlo nourishment and od weaker. a ronsaur* PANIC IN A THEATER. A Fire Disturbed the Audience In tho Pitt» burg Academy of Music. Pittsiutbg, Oct. 30.—What promised to bo an ugly flro broko out in tho whole sale millinery establishment of J. J. Por tor & Co., Liberty avenue, tho firm is estimated at $800,000, and tho damage to the building, which is own ed by Hon. B. F. Jones, will increase tho loss $60,000. When tho alarm was rung, the perform ance at tho Academy of Muslo next door was In full blast. A panic followed, but nothing sorious resulted. Tho Seventh Avenue hotel Is three doors above Porter & Co.'s placo, and tho guests were Inclined to be panicky. Tho hotel people, however, succeeded in quloting their fears. Many rumors wore current of accidents fatal and otherwise, but as far as can be learn ed these stories have no foundation. The loss to Negroes Wantonly Shot. Giieenwood, S. C., Got. 30.—A most diabolical crime was committed here while tho colored folks weyo returning from prayor meeting laid ami shot into. A party was way One man was killed, woman shot in three places, and anoth er man had his clothes riddled with bul lets. Tho coroner's inquest has been In sosslon all day and adjourned for furthor Information, as the ussassln has confessed. If the person con be taken away from the officers, a lynching is probable. Harvard Practices In Secret. CAMBIUPGE, Masa, Oct. 30.—The Har vard football team will go Into secret praotico today, and no one but players and coacbors will be allowed behind the fenoe. The men are in excellent condi tion after their hard game with Cornell Saturday. Tyler Regain, a Record. Waltham, Mass., Oct. 30 —Harry Ty ier regained tlie two mile flying start world's record bore, making the diltunce In 4:04 Hat. paced by tandems. Butler bold the record of 4:04 4-5, mado at Springfield last month. Dr. Delomater a Suicide. Palmyra, N. y„ Oct. so —Dr. Stephen Delomater was found dead In Ills office, having shot himself through the heart and head. He loaves a wife, who is lying 111 In a Rochester hospital, two daughters and a son. New Railroad Opened» Wellsboro, Pa.,Oct. 30 —The Buffalo end Susquehanna railroad wag opened, and regular trains ara running from Keat ing Summit In Potter county to Ansonla, Tioga county. Tillman Expected It. Columbia, S. C., Oat. 80.—Governor Tillman says the opinion of Attorney General Olnoy in regard to the dispensary cases wua nothing more than bo expected. Resumed After Long Idleness. Reaping, Pa., Oct. 30.—Henry Clay furnace No. 2, weekly capacity 400 ton«, resumed oncrations after a year's idleness, l'ut Rack for Repair», The French steamship Yiile de Douai, Captain Dupendant, which cleared from this port Saturday, with oil for Calais, twisted the crauk pin of her main shaft before reaching the capes, and forced to return to Marcus Hook yester day. WP.^4 Hats, ceps and gent's furnishing goods, Pierce and Butler, No. 5 East Fourth St. Bargains In watches at Davidow & Co.'s MITCHELL & BASH. 219 MARKET STREET. Wilmington, Del., October 30, 1894. 50 DOZEN ON SALE PERFECT GLOVES, Wednesday, October 31, Colora— Black, Browns and Tans. Largo Posrl Buttons. We bought the manufacturer out. Going tp tell them out one day only. One Day Only. ALSO Extra fine line of GLOVES, UMBRELLAS. New and pretty handles Special sale and prices this week. 55c. IP^IZR. Prices—$72c., 98c., $1.12, $1.50, $1.98, $2 48. MITCHELL & BASH, 219 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, JAMES MONAGHAN, 418 MARKET Will to-day begin a SPECIAL SALE OF ladies', Misses' and Children's SHOES, STREET. ft ■VI -0.' as follows: Lot No. i.—iSo pairs Ladies' line dongola buttoned.opera tips and plain square toes, regular price, $200, now $1.50. ? Lot No 2.—240 pairs Misses' Paris Kid buttoned, slipper fox, patent tips, Goodyear welt, regular price, $2.00, now. Lot No. 3.—270 pairs Children's buttoned Paris Kid, slipper fox, patent tips, Goodyear welt, 8 to io *4 in size, regular price, $1.75, now . . . , $1.25 These goods were made by the May's Landing Shoe Fac tory, of New Jersey, lately sold out by the sheriff, and pair will be warranted as represented—hence the sale. I have also in stock the usual full lines of Men's, Boys' and Youths', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Quality away ahead of anything offered at the prices before. Jl ST II . $1.50. every JAMES MONAGHAN, 418 MARKET STREET. WALTER H. PODESTA, EYE SPECIALIST,MUEEN & CO NOW OF C. ^ \\\ Walter H. Podesta & Co., Optical Specialists, Phile >2\> •i j WiU be In WILMINGTON, DEL, as usual, every FRIDAY. In ' the office of MR. WM. J. FISHER, No. 600 MARKET STREET, so long occupied by him. Appreciating the kindly favors of patronage he has received from the best citizens ef Wilmington, be respectfully Invites all those troubled with dache, or whose eyes are causing discomfort In any way to lall on him and receive FREE the advice his knowledge and REMEMBER, 7 / j He % ■ < „ -'•v ong experience warrant him In glv'ng. Large for examining yonreyes. Satisfaction Invariably guaranteed. NO MARK USD. CONNOLLY—RYAN.—On October 24th, by Rev. M. X. Fallon, Ella M. Ryan to M. J. Connolly, all of this city. TEMPLE—CRAIG.—At No. 1013 Park Place, October 24 1894, by Rev. A. N Kelgwin. J. Elmer E. Temple and Ann» G. Craig, both of this city. D1SD ADAMS.—On October 25, Effle E. Adams, daughter of Jacob and Maggie Adsrns, aged 14 years and 4 months. BUCK.—On October 27, Morris Buck, aged 33 years. CRAW'FOMII.—In this city, on October £8th, A. R. Crawford, aged 63 years. Relatives and friends of the family, »Iso Jefforson Con net'. No. IP. O U. A. M„ and Brandywine Cestle, No. 7!, K. G. E . are in vited tii attend the fuueral from his late resi dence, No. Ill West Eighth street, on Wednes day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Riverview Cemetery. EARNER.—In this city, on tte24th instant, Thom»., son of Mrs. Alice aud the late Thomas Earner, aged 19 years. GRAV.— Susann» J. Gray, wife of John Gray, in the 81st year of her age. HUBBARD.—In this city, on October 23, Mrs. Addle Miller lluhbarri, eldest daughter of Samuel and Margaret Miller, No. 934 Jack son street, LIOHTCAP-October 24, 1894, Hilary R. I igktcap. In his 58th year. McCA LL—In this city, on October £9th, 1894, George W McCall. Relatives and friends are respectfully In Vlted to attend the funeral from his late resi dence, No. 1429 Jackson street, on Weune-day afternoon. October 31st, at 2 o'clock. Inter ment In Wilmington and Brandywine Ceme tery. MARIS.—In this city, on October 23, John Marls, aged 85 years. SHIELDS—In Camden,on Sunday. October 28, Marv Elizabeth, daughter of William and Clara Shield«. . STAATS.— In this cit Ella, daughter of _ Stoats, aged 3 months and 15 days. \ ty. on Octoter 27, Mary Howard E. and Lillie _ Ut S INE8 8 CARD3. L'OR CUT FLOWER«. GO TO r_OL A K KK, 1)05 Madison TOURS AND ASTR4KAN TRIMMINGS I' for indies'ooat o at K 1 a G*S . 615 Orange S t. T ADIES* COATS ALTERED AND RE AJ paired at KING'S, 615 Orange s t reet. VIOTICK.- V. LEVY'S CONFIDENTIAL lx LOAN OFFICE. • ooms 4 and 5, Exchange dulldlng. corner eleventh and Market street«, ADVANCES MONEY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY of all descriptions at low rates jf lntcre« OIAMON 'EWELKY. Private consultation room attached. Open ■veilings until 8 o'clock. Also furniture ttored at lowest rates. Street. buys and »«Us waTCHKn, AND ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR AT HALF PRICE. Some of the Neckwear values we are offering this week will be a surprise to you. The Persians, the best of 50 ceut goods and other high grade silks, made up the 50 cent way, are selling for 25 cents. We make a specialty of selling 50 cent silks iu our 25 cent Neck wear. WYATT *l CO. MEN'S FURNISHERS, 603 MARKET STREET. L. \ trWE LAUNDRY COLLARS FOR ONE CENT. ■ we Philadelphia Passenger Steamboats. WILMINGTON, Chester and Philadelphia. STEAMERS CITY OF CHE8TEB AND BRANDYWIN1 Leave Fourth street wharf as follows: 7.30, 10.30 a.m., 1.00. 4.15, p. m. Leave Philadelphia as follows: 7.30,10.16 a. m.. 1.30. 4.00 p. m. unr UNDERSIGNED HAS BOUGHT SALOON PROPERTY No 22? TATNALL ST. The public and my friends are Invited to JULIUS LINGSCH. ... 0VERC0AT8. 0VERC0AT8. 0VERC0AT8. 0VERG0AT8. *12 50, *15 The best assort ment and best styles of med ium-priced Ov ercoats we bave ever shown. By medium-priced we mean *10, and *20. The great demand is for Black and Blue Smooth Kerseys, made with heavy black Italian cloth lining, satin sleeve lining and velvet collars. We have them in three lengths, medium, long and extra long coats, the latter selling especially to young men. We have the finer grades ud to *35, for which you can get ready-made just as good cloth, just as fine silk linmg, more style in cut and make-up than most tailors can give you for *50. A full line of medium and Fall weight Overcoats from *5 to *25. Sizes and styles to suit every one. JAMES T. HULL1N « SOU. Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Marko , Wllmlngtr» BOBBERGOODS Just received large invoice of pure rubber COATS, BOOTS, Hats, Ice Aprons, Crutch Gum, and Gum Gloves. Pure White Rubber Nursery Sheeting. J.R. Hudson & Go. Cor. Front and Market 8ts., WILMINGTON, DEL: WASHBURN, CROSBY CO.'S Gold Medal Flour, HIGHEST GRADE, At $4.25 Per Barrel, -AT J. J. SMITH'S, FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8TREET8 tei" 3 .E. 4 TH.$T. TAKE NO CHANCES. Place your Fire Insurance In the ROYAL INSURANCE CO •» You get wliat you lose. Office, 903 Market Street. Equitable Building. L. P. BUCK, Manager. B LDPD POISON A SPECIALTY'S^ Hary Syphilis perumnently cured in 16 to 35 days. You can be treated nt home for the Biinie price under Bame Rimranty. If you prefer to come here we will contract to pay railroad fare and hotel bills,and no charge,if wo fail to cure. 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