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Delawareans Married in Elliott City, Md , Last Night. HAPPY BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS Misa Kiln« Has a Birthday Party In Chester at Which Many Wilmington Guests Were Present— A Masquerade Birthday Party-Other Kvents of In terest, a i* A'oairûunlcatloiiô lu tended for Insert ion n Uli» column should be addressed to Society RM '.tor, care of th* Kvïnikg Jouural. Com ma ilcAtior s should l>e written on oueslde of fcv.t LSVer only Her Happy Birthday. Miss Qeorgetta DeLoraine Kline, oper ator at the Clayton House, celebrated her birthday last night at her home In Chester. The time was spent in a very enjoyable manner in music, games, and other social features. Miss Kline re ceived a number handsome gifte in honor of the occasion. The participants In the evening's en joyment were: Misses Ella D. Heed, Allee M Francis, Annie M. Brink, Lillian Megiunls, Alice E Evans, Elsie Hysore, Clara Hutsoa. Manie Hysore, Annie Melvin, Katie Cou uaway, Katie Snyder, Dora Wilson, Harry E Reed, Merritt 8 . Hukill, U, Frank White, Ralph G. MoCoIley, J Wirt Willis, H. Lee PennewlII, William T. Newell, Clinton Fogwell, William H. Megiunls, Frank C Ross,Clarence Connor, Leonoel W, Cloud, all of this city; Misses Ella McClure, Daisy McClure, Tillle A Callahan, Stella C Stroud, Etta McDowell, Marne Stroud, Katie Erans, Lena Norton, Kezlah Norton, Alice Cooper. Marie S Cooper, Jennie Graham, Sarah Rowan, Annie J. Collins,Grace Hall, Frederick Humford, John W. Kline, Harvey Johnson, Ernest E Spry, Samuel Lipman, James G. Mould, Fred H. Evans, Archie S. McDowell, Theodore McDowell W Vance Compton, Robert Butler, Mr. and Mrs. D eiacDougall, Miss Irene Compton, Mrs M. Alice Kline, Mrs. M. A. Williams, Mrs. M E Peirce, Mrs. S. Wlnterbottom, Mrs, Lydia Dawkins, of Chester; Mrs Cramp, Mrs, George 'W. Wilkie, Mrs. Madge Dawkins, Samuel H Freed, Mrs. Elizabeth Riter, Mrs. Ellen E. Jones, Mrs Georgetta De L Redes, Miss Della Rodes, Miss Lncy Rodes, Miss Belle S Bainbrldge, Charles B Evans, of Philadelphia; Tillle Brudon, Miss Florence Hutchins, Miss Gertrude Hall, Clemen: Llppencott, of Bristol; Mr. and Mrs. E Staunton Burk, of Ridley Park, Pa ; Miss Edna C. Flinn, of Newport, Del. Miss Miss Masquerade Birthday Patty . Last evening a joyous party of young people assembled at the home of Miss Hanna Espenshale, No. 701 Lobdell street, the occasion being a masquerade party given in honor of the eighteenth birthday of tbe fair hostess. Music was fnrnishtd by Robinson's orchestra and choice refreshments were served. Those present were: William B. Vernon, P. 0 Robinson, William Dougherty, Robert Mullen, Harry Mammele, Wil liam Bouzsrtb, LaSord Cooper, Autbnr Bradway. Louis Bradway, Martin Hanui gan, John A. Brannan, J J. Hannigan, Lucius B. Allen, George H. Homes, Charles Anderson, Harry Dickinson, Miss Hanna Espenshade, Mr. and Mrs Abram Gann, aud the Misses Sue Taggert,Belle Broad way. R ose Ennis, Lena Broadheart, Ella Broadheart, Emma PUbeam, Bertha Pittcairn, Mary Taggert, Emma Wilkins, Emma Gettseuberg, Mabel and Florence Buchanan, Mary L. Humes aud Mr. and Mrs. Espenshade. The cake waltz was won by Miss Hanna Espenshade. Married at Elliott City. J. Wallace Reynolds, train dispatcher on the P , W. 1 B railroad, aud Miss Mary E Taylor, of Kent county, were married in Elliott City, Md , at the home of the bride's brother, Alfred C Taylor. Rev. Dr. Hall Hanison, rector of St. John's Church, was the officiating clergyman. Only a few Intimate friends were present to witness the ceremony. New Fad In Rings, The latest fashionable freak among women who are blessed with pretty hands is to wear an immense ring, like a Roman Catholic bishop's, on the first finger of the right hand, says an ex change. It used to be considered tbe height of vulgarity toj place a ring on the Index linger, but now the ring must be a superb one, and must partake of tbe slender aud graceful daintiness of the ''Marquise'' circle. It must be solid, big, and respectably ecclesiastic in its appear ance. The feminine mind, always de slrous of presenting contrasting effects to poor humanity, sees the delicately sarcastic anomaly of a little, white, Mvolous looking haudjwearlug a big, aggressively solid sort of ring. Social and Personal Notes, Ex Levy Courtman James H Clark, of Delaware City, has returned home after a brief business trip to this city. Harry A. Richardson, of Dover, was in this city yesterday. William Bedwell, formerly despatcher of tbe Wilmington City Railway Com pany, is now acting as motorman of Maryland avenue car No 49. Hon George V, Massey, of Dover, was in this city yesterday afternoon. Charles D Huff, wife and daughter, Ruth D Huff of Wonewoo, Wisconsin, are visiting M. T. Toft and family at Twelfth and Scott streets.for a few days. Clerk Edward T. Lea, of the Wilming ON mVooKOltf FOR AN AGREEABLE STRENGTHENING^ APPETITE GIVING TONIC? Y rS fi THEN GET THE AWk © GENUINE -e=, Johann ftom WALT EXTRACT. oßifURFs 00 yUfrVr on necfdatjci* Mm. ton City Railway Company, who has been looking after the new (Jordon Heights railway, is now superintending th« track workmen on Market street. Joseph C Jolis, of Middletowo, was in the city to day. Middletown Social Aft'alni. Special Corro8i>onclence Evening Journal. Middletown, Oot. 81.— Last evening n mafouerade party was tendered to Mins Katie V autant, who is a guest In the home of Mr. and Mrs, John F Clift large number ot merry friends were present and enjoyed themselves hugely. Refreshments were served in abundance and It was at a late hour when tbe guests bade the hostess good night. Miss Lake, of Baltimore, Md , is the gnes of Mis« Ethel Parvis Miss Balle VanHorn, of Thomas Cor ner, is visiting friends here Mr. Reynolds has returned from a visit to friends in Wilmington. E (ward Massey 1s bark from a short Visio to Wilmington friends. Miss Fannie Crouch wont to Chester town, Md , yesterday for a lengthy visit among friends there, DEMOCRATIC MKBT1H6S. Schedule of ItloetlugH at Which Tarif! Reform and Eoouotulo State Ad min 1» tration Will Be Advocated. October 31 —Christiana, Willard Saula bnry, Jr,, William T, Lynam. November 3. Hockessln—Senator Gray and Lewis 0. Vaiidegrift. Nov 3, Newark— L John Beggs. This schedule la subject to addition. Irving Handy and The Evening Jour nal is the only Dem ocratic daily news paper in the State. Down with Ring Rule. Academy of Music. Thursday and Friday at the Academy of Music promises to be very interesting to tbe patrons of this popular theatre in the coming of tho • mlusnt Spanlsh American actor, Roberto Deshondand the romantic player, Jerome Kelby, mpported by Mias Mand E Peters and a strong company in tbe presentation ot two great, performances of romantic comedy and classic drama. Thursday, November 1, a double bill including, "Fennel" and "David Garrick" is bound to please the lovers of both romance aud mirthful comedy, while on Friday, November 2, Tom Taylor's strong romantic drama in four acts, "The Fool's Revenge," will bold the boards. Messrs. Deshon and Kelby have spared no expense to mane their performances worthy of the patronage of any theatre, and the costumes worn by tbe players form a brilliant accessory to an otherwise splendid production. There will be a matinee each day. Football at Rlverview to-morrow, at 3.30. Jack Frost Is Coming, Buy coal and wood from H. T. Sergeant, office Seventh and King. Phone 645. Hickory wood for open grates. Cecil County Post OHIce Robbed. Elkton, Oct 31,—The post office at Childs, in Cecil county, on the line of the Philadelphia division of the Baltl more and Ohio railroad, was entered by bnrglars Monday night, who took $53 worth of stamps and several dollars in money, besides a watch and other articles of value. Daniel McCauley, the postmaster, heard tbe noise made by the burglars, and in going down into the office met a man who was just escaping He says the man had a white handke r chlef over his face. There is no clue to the Identity of the men. The best and cheapest place to send carpets Is Electric Carpet Cleaning Works, Phone 721, 409 Otange street. Conway & Reinhart, managers. Jewelry of all kinds at Davldow & Co.'s A CAMPAIGN LIE NAILED. To my friends and fellow Democrats: The rumor that I have with drawn from the Congressional contest is false. I am a candi-' date for election as the Rep resentative in Congress from Delaware and will be a candi date until the polls close on November 6, all reports to the contrary notwithstanding* In the interest of true De mocracy, good government and against rings and bossism, I respectfully solicit your suf | 1 frapp ' ® JOHN P. DONAHOE. Wilmington, October 29, 1894. DEPEW ON THE STUMP Will Make Forty-three Speeches In Four Days. GOVERNOR FLOWER'S HARD WORK Ho Talk« Himself Hoar*« Every Day, bnl 1$ Mill Keeping: at II—Speaker Crlnp Will Make The Fight In York City Waxes Hotter SHU. A d»1 re* For Hill Nkw YoBK, Oct. 31.—As Cbaunooy M. Depow recently placed at. the disposal ol tho Republican state committee four days of his time, with tho privilege of extract ing from him ns much campaign oratory as possible within that period, ho will be gin today to pay tho penalty of his gener osity. At 11 o'clock this morning Mr. Dopew'e private car started from Jersey City, hav ing cn board tho orator, his private sec retary, representatives of tho state com mittee and one or two friends. By slow singe» and with i. any stops tho car will work northward, 'i e majority of tho speeches which are to bo i ollvered during tiio trip will bo given from tho rear plat form of the ooaoh or from structures erect ed by tho side of tho track. •'I'm going to do lots of talking," said reporter. "Forty-throe Think of It! Yes, 1 expect to be protty well tired out by Sunday." Mr. Depew's car will stop at tho fol lowing places today: Puffern, Middle town, Port Jervis, Hancock, Deposit, Binghamton, Üwego, Wavorly and El mira. Tomorrow speeches will he made at Corning, Addison, Canistoo, Hornells vllle, Andover, Wellsvllle, Belmont, Friendship, Cuba. Uloan, Salamanca, Randolph and Jamestown. Friday tho car will mako stops at Cono wango, Cherry Creek, Pine Valley, Day ton, Gowanda, Collins, Lawtons, North Collins, Kdcn Valley, Hamburg and Buf falo Mr. Dopew to speeches in four days Saturday the tour will Include Lancas ter, Attica, Batavia, Wayland, Cohocton, Avooa, Both, Corning and Binghamton. At Elmira, Hornollsville, Wellsvllle, Jamestown, Buffalo and Binghamton the speeches will occupy from 80 to 45 min utes. In the other towns they will aver ogo 10 minutes. Tho Grace Men and Hill, The recent vigorous declaration made by William 1Î. Grace that the State De mocracy organization is supporting Da vid B. Hill and is not responsible for any Wlioolor pastors is received with incre dulity by many, who still insist that se cretly, if not openly, that faction is in favor of Hill's defeat and of rolling up as large a vote ns possible for Wheeler. Tho adherents of tho latter candidate expressed ninch gratification at the num bers ond character of tho Coopor Union meeting and are confident that tho Dem ocratic reform ticket will make a good showing on election day. Many anti-Hill Democrats will, it is generally believed, vote straight for Morton, taking the ground, as one of them remarked yester day, that a vota for Wheeler will only be half a vote against Hill, and that the Wheeler votes are intended to ah. Mor n anyway. The Hill mon nro ns confident os ever, referring with special satisfaction to tho personal fight their candidate is making and to tho enthusiasm with which he is being rcoeiveil by his supporters. Most of them, however, do not seek to conceal their disappointment or anger that his candidacy has not- received open ami na tive encouragement from the national ad ministration. Tho Republicans abate none of their claims, and insist that, with the general Republican tendency tills year and tho Democratic defection from Hill, the lat ter will be "snowed under." Crisp Will .Speak For Hill. There has been hut little betting so far In the campaign, but the reports of wagers at the Stock Exchange and elsewhere show odds on Morton not infrequently ot 3 to 1. Smaller odds are given on Strong against Grant, tho perfection ot the Tammany organization throughout tho city making the supporters of tho committee of seventy rather cautious about risking tholr money, however much they anticipate a groat anti-Tammany uprising. The Hill Democrats were pleased by tho announcement that Speaker Crisp of tbe house of representatives had canceled engagements in order to speak in this city or Brooklyn. They wero also much pleased by a letter lor Hill from Chaun cey F, Black, chairman ot tho National League of Democratic Clubs, Tho fact that Colonel Strong appeared and made brief speeches at a number of meetings last evening in tho down town east side districts is regarded with much favor by the practical politicians who are allied with the committee of seventy, as they think it will have a good effect on a class of voters who always wish to see their candidate and know something of his personality, George Walton Green. State Democracy candidate for congress in tho Ninth dis trict, wiio issued a challenge for joint de bates to his opponents, K. A. Chcsobrough (Kep.) and George B. McClellan (Tam.), has received answers from both. Mr. Mc Clellan has sent a letter declining on tho ground of previous engagements. Mr. Cheaebrough lias accepted the challenge, and if the preliminaries are arranged without trouble it is probable that the debate will take place in the Lyceum Opera House next Saturday evening. Senator Murphy passed much of the day at the Democratic state headquarters In conference with Chairman Hinckley and others. Richard Crukor was another visitor. Governor Flower Still at It. Rochester, Oct. 31.—Governor Flower ended another day of campaigning here very hoarse and tired. At Geneva tho governor spoke from his car to a big crowd. Ho touched upon the barley in dustry, tho recent panic, the tariff and an honest vote. At Canandaigua the governor was greeted by the ringing of bells and boom ing ot cannon. A crowd of about 500 lis tened to the governor's remarks. He was introduced by Hon. Frank Hite ot that village. At Seneca Falls, Governor Flower ar rived on schedule time and made an ad dross from tho end of bis special. His speech consisted largely of an arraign ment of Governor McKinley and his b:. I. Governor Flower and party arrived in Rochester and wore met at the depot by a vast throng of Democrats, accompanied by tho Fifty-fourth regiment band, and were escorted to tho Powers hotel, whore the governor w as scheduled to make a speech, but owing to hoarseness, caused by continuous spoochmaking throughout the day, the speech was postponed. The governor held a reception Instead, in which ho thanked the people for their re ception and referred to the bright pros pects of the Democratic party. This morn ing the governor left for Albion, whore he makes tho first speech ot tho day. Fairchild Scores Hill, , Troy, $ 1. Y., Oct 31— Hon Charles S. FnTîêhïtü. «Jt-seci'otnry ot tho treasury, nddrossod a largely atteudod meeting ot the Sott* York ."tute Democracy at liar muny ball In this city. The audience contained many prominent residents. In cluded In which wore well known bust ness men, live alderman and tho city su norintondent, tho latter sextet being among tho vice presidents. Tho ox sccro tary received great applause, and during his speech severely scored Senator Hill. Among other things ha said; "1 voted twice for Mr, Hill for governor, and by my voice and pen aided in the election of the present governor. I never made a greater mistake in my life." Saxton at Gloversvllle. Gi.ovkrsviu.k, N. Y'., Oct. 31.—Sena tor Saxton was mot at tho depot hero by a largo deputation from tho Grand Army and a number ot others. Ho was escorted to a hotel and afterward to the opera bouse. Where he was booked to speak. A groat crowd was present to welcome him, His remarks on the apportionment, the ballot reform, tho tariff question and on 1-ovl P. Morton wore heartily applauded Thu veterans had charge of the moetlgg. Democratic Rally at Hartford. HautfoRD, Oct. 31. —Four thousand persons crowded tho opera house at tho chief Démocratie rally of the campaign. Ex-Governor Thomas M. Waller was tho principal speaker. Ho attacked the argu monts of tho protectionists. Lieutenant Governor Krnost Cady, nominee for gov ernor, dwelt on the Republican factional light lu Hartford, Congressman Lewis Speyer, A, Kennedy Child and the state nominees made short speeches. Lockwood at Lyon«. Lyons, N. Y"., Oct. 81.—Tho Democrat ic rally here wos tho largest of tho com pnign in Wayne county and was address ed by Hon. Daniel N. Lockwood, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant gov ernor, and Hon. Goorge M. Beebe of Buf-1 _ Candidate Matthew* Sprat«*. Albany, Oot. 31.—The local members of tho People's Party held a well attended ratification mooting at Van Voohtten ball. C. W. Matthews, candidate for governor, was tho principal speaker. falo. Two Deaths In Denver l'oint to Such n ORGANIZED STRANGLERS. Gang. Dknvkr, Oct. 81.—Tho autopsy in the case of Marie Contassiot, the French woman who was found apparently stran gled to death early Sunday morning, leaves her death still a mystery. The coroner's jury con only decide whether she was murdered or not. It Is said there Is a secret society on Market street known as the Maoquoreaux, composed of Frenchmen, who bring wom en from France, they agreeing to pay a percentage to this society. It is also said that tho members banded themselves to gether under the high sounding name ot Les Chevaliers d'Amour. Tho police believe this organization Is responsible for the death of Lena Tapper, who was strangled In morly the same way as was Mario Contassolt in the same vicinity a short time ago. Recently a woman came to the chief ot police and asked to bo protected against a lot of Frenchmen, who were trying to drive her from the street. She said mem bers of tbe Maoquoreaux wore trying to persecute her because she refused to join their organization. TROUBLE FOR GEO. GOULD. A Railroad Salt Disturb« IIU Hunting Ex* pedltl Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 81.—Tho ■herlff ot Miller county served notice on George J. Gould, president of tho Missou ri Pacifia, for appearance in tbe Millar county circuit court to plead to two sepa rate suits instituted by the minority bondholders of the Sprlngflajd, Warsaw and Ned all a Railroad company aggregat ing about $350,000. Mr. Gould was en joying a bunting expedition when the sheriff served the papers. The railroad in question is now in tbs In the West. hands of a receiver, and Dwight Tread way, who represents the Greely interest«, or minority stockholders, was tho mov ing spirit in tho proceedings. It is al leged among other tilings that Mr. Gould is guilty of a breach of contract Mr. Gould was also oltod to appear and show cause, if any, why ho should not he finod. Antiljnchinc: Demonstration. Providence, Oct. 81.—The colored people of Rhode Island united in a big nntilynohtng demonstration. Although it ruined hard, hundreds of persons, in eluding members of all the colored soolo ties of tho stoto, paraded, and a mass mooting was hold at Infantry hall, where speeches wore made oommlserotlug tho many lynchlngs in the south. George W. Childs' Partner Dead. AfiBDRY Park, N. J., Oot. 81.—Dr. Robert E. Peterson of Philadelphia died hero from apoplexy. Ho was 83 years of age. Dr. Poterson was ot one time asso ciated with tho lato Goorgo W. Childs un der tho firm name of Peterson, Childs & Co. His only daughter is Mrs. George VV. Childs. Th© President Made It flood. Bourse, Muss., Oot. 31.—It has leaked aut that President Cleveland, before ho left Gray Gables, sent to liov. M. C. Al ger, the Methodist minister hero, the ex act sum taken from Mr. Algor's house by burglars the Sunday night preceding dur lug tho pastor's absence at church. Charged Willi Kmb ».element. Jersey City, Oct. 31.— Jarnos K. Mur phy, a justice of the peace, was arrested, charged will) iinliozzlomcnt. Alexander Touialaki and August C. Jauccko, the complainant.-, ac uso the jnstuo of keep ing $3,200 belonging to them. A Sewing Machine Hcpi. v'ned This morning Eli M Bruce roplevined a sewing machine in the bends of Lydia A Dockerty. The writ was served by Deputy Sheriff Joseph Gou'd. udden Fainting Spells, Epileptic Convui ^netYomdUeaS ag Paralysis, Locomotor Ataxia, Epilepsy, or Fits, St. Vitus's Dance, Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, Nervous Debility, Neuralgia, Melan cholia, Threatened Insanity, and Kind red Ailments, are treated'as a specialty, with great success, by the Staff of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Many are cured at a distance without personal consultation— the necessary medicines being sent by mail or express. Question blanks sent on application. For Pamphlet, References, and Par ticulars, enclose 10 cents In stamps for postage. Address, World's Dispensary Medi cal Association, Buffalo, N, Y. A MR, BAYARD AT GEORGETOWN. Over 5,000 People at the Big Democratic Meeting There Yesterday. QrOBGKTOWN, Osh. 31. — Yesterday was R Wg day it* Georgetown It was Uemtv cratio day, and over S.000 people were present. They were nothing daunted by the weather, for Sussex Deuioctsta argue that dull and cloudy, even uaety weather, | presages their success 1 nud a parade over a mile long aud ad I addresses, Thwre wer« an ox roost, an oyster b*k The principal speaker w.is Am bassador Thomas F. Bayard. His address was chUtiy directed to Issues and to an endorse the Democratic state. I state 1 meut of I county aud congressional nominees^ I The Court House, where Mr Bayard I spoke, was packed to the doors by I enthusiastic audience. lu the afternoon I there was au outdoor meeting, which J was addressed by ex Congressman I Mansur, of Missouri Handsome bouquets I were presented to the candidates present. ■ ■ Football at Hlvervl«»w to-morrow, at 3 80. Caution. I Rt fifteen to twenty live cents each that I *re dear at any price Oar 20 md 15 cent I shades are water-proof,ready to hang and I color, A lot of wall papers at half price, I Preaton W Yeager, 40S King street, | Frescoing, painting, decoration. Be sure to buy your shades from us. There's a lot of shades lit town being sold Sen-Auben 5 cent cigar. Try It. Dur etetn. No. 6 East Second street. Bargains in watches at Davldow & Co.'s, Th. Weather. In the Middle States and Now England to day cloudy, rainy weather will prevail, with I slight temperature changes and fresh north easterly hi deasterly winds rising to danger I ou» force on the coast*, rain possibly becoming I heavy by night. On Thnrsday cloudy to I tartly cloudy weather will prevail, with I nearly stationary temperature, rain and ïï!*. er L' »'rong on the coasts, and on | weaVher. followed by cleatl«. * ««'»er New York Herald Weather Forecasts. The storm now erlog the lake region and ex tending east of the Alleghenies, acenmpauied by considerable rainfalls, will move slowly east ward over this section and New England, causing thick weather and strong easterly winds ou I lie coasts from tho Delaware cape ! northward to Heston. Bargains In watches at Davldow & Go. 's 400 boxes cigars.:(•■> cents, Dursteln, No 5 East Second street. I ct u. r stULK. U1 REGARD SCO 621-623 Market Street. Silks. exceedingly attractive An FANCY SILKS FOR Combinations and Waists. Never before in our history I k„,,g .yg shown 3 OTCater V3 c W f , UVVl * . ^ | riety of tnCSC desirable gOOOS J sonable than for many years. 1 and the prices are more rea Fancy Colored i . IthC latCSt aflCl OlOSt CXfjUlSitC j pffpptç for pvenino* Hrestet 1 euct - l5 > evening urcsscs. SILK CREPE, PRICE, 75c. Glance in our large window for some new effects in Silks. Cloaks a Scarcity of COatS and Capes. The cloak makers' strike in New York is already causing Some manufacturers write us that they cannot deliver any more garments for a long time. Some that they do not know . when they will be able to make us any more garments. All of which goes to show that coats are going to be scarce this | Winter. Fortunately for you and for I ourselves, we bought heavily before the strike. So at present we probably have the largest stock, largest variety of styles, and Can quote the lowest prices in the city. KEMÄRMG0 621-623 Market Street. THOMAS McHUOH, I WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, Wilmington. M*. It H»v*«t Utiftf«. (Delaware SEASONABLE HI STS, Be specially careful of draughts and sudden changes. DnsMnnrnnrk-nf » w mm Is wealth »Ith Do not ot er« ork ,of « hat use is tveilth with out health. I Keep jour feet dry, but do nut wear rub I -ii I oeiM nu tue nœe. I Dress warmly, but not heavily. Woolen I eh.thing that permits the exhalations of the I boil y l. escape Is be t Remember that the por.s of jour skin when la health, are always 1 epen nud that doling them causes nick ne. ». 1 Rat heartily, but not too much greasy food. J It Ira mistake to suppose that fat tord con I tains the most vitality. I ir ... .. „ .I if ><m ftei chilly at any time.tske some pnre 1 stimulant at ones and lememberthat nothing | Hear In mind t hat Unify s t ure Malt is t he I purest, the l»st ami In fart the only medical whiskey npon the market and has the highest annmmamisiiAt. recommendations. Do not call the doctor for evt ry slight sü ment. If yon have a cold, feel depre-sed anil lack appetite amt vigor, you need something to tone and build up tin* Myatem. Nothing will do this bo readily as the pure article we have n,Bntlm,tMl - for this pnrpOM Is equal to pure whiskey. Do not be deceived by any drugg'st or gro cer however earnestly he may argue with son that some other ' is jnat as good." There Is nothing ou the market equal to Duffy's Pare Malt. PRIVATE CESSONS IN VOICE CULTURE. (Italian Method.) By W, B. BEACH, No. 807 W-st street, Wilmington, Del. AMÜHEMKNTS .. _ ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Three nights commencing MONDAY. OUTOHKR 29. Matinees Tuesday and Wednesday. RICHARDS & PRINGLES FAMOUS GEORGIA MINSTRELS ! HEADED HV THE GREAT HU.LY KKK BANUS, the man with many Imitators but no equal, supported by a coterie of star artlsts.tn cludlng the great Gauze, the onlv Jalvin, Jas. I White, Hillman and Vernon. Hlllv Reynolds, I .la*. Moore and the famous Orescent v tty 1 (Juartette. Watch for the hand parade al I 11 IK) a. m. Free Concert at 7.15 p m„ in front I of the Theatre by the finest hand traveling. I Popular prices—Gallery. 10o.; Balcony, enllre lower floor S5c NO HIGHER I WONDERLAND MUSEE Ann THEATRE, Vt Fourth and Shipley Streets. House» packed to the doors to witness tho fat ladles' wood sawing contests, Open dally I from 2 until I0.30p, m. 1 I -I W ^un!ia( 1 iou!q^ j No . l> .u i(i i 'E>Ht ( Eo,frth ^H tre*tu HItl.F WANT®» n OY WANTED TO LEARN HAHHEHINO, 213 West Front street. HOARD AMD HOOMM H® AI. RHTATIt. I jH)R SALE Oil EXCHANGE—A NUMBER of small and large farms desirably lo cated, close to the city of Wilmington. Any iiers n desiring to purchase a nice country home no ea«y terms, or In exchange for city property, would do well to call on tho under-1 signed. THOMAS R. LALLY, BOOMarkut street. VI T HEN You WANT TO BUY. SELL OR n rent propertlm», mil at the West Hide Real Km ate Uinoe. ai bight h and MaüIhou street*. OH AHLbH W. GOOulNÛ. _ l^OR - r Delaware avenue for sale cheap and on re&B nable terme. H. F* DU Kb, Fourth and Oranve etre«te __ |T»OH HAtiE—A F1HHT-OLAHH 10-ROOM 1 house, No. HÎH Van Huren et reel. Recep tion hall, front and back porchea A. L. JORNBOX Eight h and Shipley street*. _ EAL ESTATE FOR SALE. i: No. 1 West Eleventh street. 10 rooms. No. SOU French street. No. lull Lincoln street. K rooms. No 1H5) Delaware avenue, B rooms. No. 801 West Eighth street, fl rooms. No. B15 West Seventh street, 9 rooms. No. 12)3 Gilpin avenue, 13 rooms.. No. 131# West Ft urth street, 7 rooms. No. HI# West, Fourth street, » rooms. No. 1412 Van Buren street, 13 rooms. No. 1908 Delaware avenue, 7 rooms. No. SIS Jacksim street, 7 rooms. . No 708 Vau Huren street, 11 rooms. No 230 Vsmlever avenue, 8 rooms. No DU Tallinn street. « rooms. No. 1212 West Eighth street, 9 rooms. We have also a number of choice building lots which can he bought on exiraordtnary easy terms. H. L. KVaN- A CO-, Real Estate nud Mortgages, Eighth and Market streets. PKHHONAL EN *8 CLOTHING OLE AN ED AND RE palrwrt a» KING'H 615 Orans« street. M NOTIORH N ight hchool short-h «nd.öio pop lar etreet. Every graduate get» a posi tton. Ter me nf> a pplicati on. __ N ötige.— pursuant to an aut of the Uenersl Assembly of tho State of Lelware, notice is hereby given that an appll ration will be iiwe to Hon Ignatius(1. flnmli, Associate Judge of the Superior emit of the stale of 1> Is ware residing in New > asile county, on Saturday, November 10th, A. ib, 1S1U at 10 o'clock Ih the morning, at the Conn ty t onrt House In Hie city of Wilmington, for I lie Incorporation of a company for the manu facture and sale of chemicals, proprietary medicine*. Ac., to ho called "Asaew Brown Drag Company." BRADFORD & VANDBOR1FT, _ AUo-neye for In cor porator s. OT1UK-TME RECEIVER OF TAXES for New Castle county, or his deputy will sit for the collection of county taxesj.at the following places aud on Ithe dates as stated; N HDHINBH8 CABD8. rfUr'..T, rr,' irTTô - ( û i Tiï L OK CUT * V 1 , 2 Suï-' U Ji ... , ■*:_ «-LA RKK. #0# Madison S t reet . I,n;RS and astrakan TRIMMINGS I for ladles' coateat K1 .'G'S, 616 Orange SL I —.-—- — „ ,—:, —— -—-——— ADIK8 COATS ALT ER aD AND RE J paired at K IWCPS, 61 5 Orange stre et. N a#vm»is r ,*«nna nnoem.u*,,! OFFICE, '"jmesana 6, Exchange .Uvi^fôï« D *MONEY h *ON M *p k E , RS( t )NAl' '"VAJSGK8 MONEY ON 1KKSONAL RGFUHT Y of all descriptions at low rues Æ.'SVîSî.a bU /S.. aûd .T 8 ? Us Pimreîiïw A ^iU ALL KINDS OF IEWELBY. Private consnitatlon room attached. Open ivenlngs until 8 o'clock. Also furniture itored at lowest rates. ___ October 31—Rising Sun. ::r Madison Avenue HOTEL, Fireproof and nrst-class in every par ticular * ,, , • _ _ . o, Two blocks from the Third and Sixth Avenue Elevated railroads. The Madison and 4th Ave. and Bell , ._ _ , Line cars pass the door. Madison Ave. and 58 th St., NEW YORK. per day and up. American Plan» H. M. CLARK, Pros. Fassender Elevator runs all nightA B •v*> you» wardrobe and see If there ere not some garments which. If properly Cleaned and Dyed, will & Au F. BOBNOT, UJl!r REWARDS. REWARD. The Democratic Fxecntlve Committee of N(1W 0—Ue county wU i pay the following re ward« to any person furnishing information to any members of the said Committee which will lead to the detection and convlc tlon of negroes illegally an«l fraudulently registering or «Oting at this election, For Information iiwllDK to the detection ^V?mmT$UW " rBt DeKr ° *» ' eKi8U,r - Fur Information leading to such second de teetlim and conviction, $75.W). For'}}« fourth? $25%. For eadi tubeequent ime, $10.00, I Such information will be received in confl denco by any member of tbe committee and 1 arrests made ami prosecutions conducted | without dis- losing tbe name of the person giv ing such information, if desired. . In ease the person giving such Information I only succeeds In securing tit« rejection of such I a fraudulent vole, $5.00 will be palti In each CfiSf • , Tills offer applies both to the city of I Wilmington and outside hundreds. And Ute 1 tame rewards will be paid for like informa I tlon which will secure the arrest and convie, I tlon of any person guilty of Illegally aiding or HUch fraudulent registration or vol 1 fly order of the Committee, I TIUCODOHE F. ARMSTRONG, 1 .Ions F. Cai.CAHiN, Secretary. BANKING ANP FINANCIAL. MONEY TO LOAN on First Mortgages. $3,000.00 at 6 per cent. $1,200.00 at 6 per cent. HUBERT CASSIDY, B15 MARKET STRICKT. I in Wall Street successfully carried on wUa I the aid of our Itatly Market better and 1 pamphlets on speculation. Mailed free. I Onr discretionary speculations have paid I a monthly profit of $20 not to the $100 margin, I Discretionary Accounts a specialty. Direct 15o.;lwlrerromourofflcestoaUWestoruUnlonlTel I egraph Office« in the United states. ALL INFORMATION FREE. Hank references. WKINMAN & CO., Block and Grain Brokers, SPECULATION I u Broadway, 1 -- New York. I THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Issues all approved forms of policies and contracts. Con servative in i ts management, j Progressive in its manage ment, secure in the confidence of its members. I _ | __ ___ AsSOtS OVOf • 8 I 86.000.000* I For full pa rticulars apply to T. HOWARD LEWIS, GENERAL AGENT, 837 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. H. L. EVANS & CO , Bankers and Brokers. Real Estate and Mortgages I, V. Cor. Eighth and Market Sts. FOR SALE. Delaware Railroad slock. Artisans' Savings Bank NO. 502 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Delaware. »«p'o'i'u, gar p lu., —interest allowed on depoelte of money for OQP or mo re calendar months at the rat* <>l I« per cent, per annum. Money loaned in mortgagee on real eetate. mmmxir w hithh Pre«(d«n( j * i-(Ît T«TT IS rd' ÀTTM.KV V1r».n»rt. ^ t TA Yum HÄ-'v and ' * JI IKK PH* M. MATHK11 Auditor' * * Upen dally from 9 o'clock, a. nu. until i n •886,117 TÏ 763,87.,aS •181,843. T« November 1. 189» LIORN8K APPLICATIONS. N otice.— i. John crawford. the owner and occupant of the house situated at the northwest corner Fourth and Poplar streets In tho Fourth ward In tho city of Wilmington, county ot New Castle and State of Delaware, in compliance with tho re quirements otthe acts of the General Assom bly In such ease made and provided, do hers glve nut i ce that 1 shall apply la writing to the Court of General Sessions ofYhe Peace end Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware. In and for Now Castle county, on Monday, the 19th day ot Nov, muer. IsiH. being the next term ot said court, for a ihense for said house as an Inn or tavern, for the sale therein of Intoit eating liquors In less quantities than one , iuart to lie drunk on the premises, an * tho ,ullowl, ig respectable citizens of said ward, Kt i„ BBt ^„ive of whom are substantial free holders of said ward, recommend tho »aid ap plication, viz: James T. Otubb Hugh Hagan William Sullivan George Abele Daniel Crawford James A. Stafford John H Rigney Alexander McGo Andrew M. Dettllng Emil Hertel, M. U Fred Bauer J. M. Slngley James Hitch John Dennison E. R. Frazier F. G. Eberhart John Dooley John Kearney James H. Collins Andrew McMouamln wan Roger McGill ion G. W. Wyman John H. Schafer James Dennisou Frank 8. Stone e L. Birkert CRAWFORD. Go .•U jo XTOTICB.-l, JOHN HARKINS, THE .Lx tenant and occupant of tho house situated at northeast corner Mith avenue and Coleman street. In the Eleventh ward, in the city of Wilmington, county of New Castle rind State of Delaware, In com pliance with the requirements of the acts of the General Assembly in snch case m.de and provided, do hereby give notice that X shall apply iu writing to the Court or General Ses sions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the . State of Delaware, In and for .'«» Castle I county, on Monday, the 19th day of November, I 1894, being the next term of said court, for a I license for said house, as an inn or tavern, for I ,j 1( , therein of intoxicating liquor* lu 1 lees quantities than one quart, to be arunk on I the premises, and the following respectable I citizens of said word, at least twelve ot | w [ i0:n are eub.tantlal freeholders of said ward, recommend the said application, viz: Hugh Johnston WiU'nm Greenwald John L. Pennell Timothy Houston George Haney William Ryan Joseph Kulmast Jerome Conroy James O Hanlon Toomas Holland JamesTraynor Andrew Blake August Schaefer Peter Golden Robert Robinson Patrick Haney A. B. Wright Frances Snoemaktr John F. Heal y John H Taylor Thomas Maloney Horry 11. Smith his Christoper X Foley mark Frank Shoemaker Edward CraGter D. M. Kinney Samuel J. Meredith Thomas W. Lynch JUHN HARKINS.