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Representative Brown Says He Knows Nothing About THE BÜET0H BOOM FOB BEN AT OB But th« Representative, Who If as Reel) Termed the Burton Lender, Will Hh y ».thing; About the Chances In Sussex of Addtchs or Ulsglna-Other Affairs and Incidents. Bpeelal Correspondance Evening Journal. NiwCaitlk. Deo 14 — Representative elect Horace Brown, of Seafoid, was in terviewed last evening by a reporter of the EvBNUie Journal In regard to tbe Burton senatorial boom and bis connec tion with it. "1 have never had the slightest intimation of; Dr Burton's becoming a candidate for United States senator and was somewhat surprised to see tbe announcement of his candidary In a Wilmington newspaper," ha said "I was more surprised, however,to notice that 1 was championing his cause Mow I have known Dr. Burton for years and know that none know him but to admire, but I do not know tbe first thing about him becoming a candidate for Senator Higgins's seat " Tne new assemblyman would say nothing about his f reference for senator but when ashed whether tbe masses of the Sussex county people were for Addleks, replied that be thought that they were evenly divided. "However," said be, "the masses of Sussex oiunty people do not elect the senator. The assemblymen do that 1 will say no more until at Dover in January'' Manx Chrlatmaa Shoppers. Tii'.erday was a day of flue, bracing weather, but that of t<> day ban beau simply perfect. In consequence, huu dreds of Wilmington women have thronged the streets and shops, on Christmas shopping Intent. Many of them this morning took their children along to delight in the beautiful displays in the windows and stores, and an tbe result. Market street has been crowded, and a person moving with tbe crowd went slowly enough, and to go sgalust the tide was worse. Merchants who have been doleful because of lack of boll dsy patronage, are now looking up, and there Is every prospect for a bright, cheerful Christmas A Fine Audience Disappointed. Wilfred Claike's company, which wan to have presented "A Widow Hunt" at the Opera House last evening did not. appear, and one of the best bouses of the season was disappointed I,ate in the afternoon Mr. Clarke telegraphed from Balem: ' Cannot reach yon to-night Just missed boat connections at Pennsvllle Will write full particulars Boat changed schedule, " A notion at the Opera Home door and a copy of the telegram at Ferris's drug store were posted, announcing that alt tickets would be redeemed*. Incident! of the Day The lug lleury 0. Fox, which was towed to a shoal spot In the Delaware river on Tuesday last near Marcus Hook to cut out a tow Hue which became en tangled on the propeller, was at work In the river as usual yesterday, being again in woi king order. The British brigantine Ohio, from Rosario and; Baut« Fe, with 410 tons of bones, passed up the river. Both ports are many miles up the great, river De ls-Plata. where the only outward cargoes rocurable are the bones of cattle « bleb ave died .of thirst or starvation long ago on the great Mouth American prairies. A meeting of those Interested in the literary class, about to be formed, will be held at the M E parsonage to morrow night This meeting was postponed from last week, owing to the Inclemency of tbe weather. Dr. J, H. Caldwell, of Dover, will oc onpy the pulpit at the M E Church Sunday morning. This Is a lucky month for Warden James H, Foster, of the county pi Ison for* last, week he was reapnointed and this week his wife gave him a Christmas present of a twin sou and daughter. Last, night the colored reeld>ute of this city had fun In the Red Men's Ball, at the social for which they have been sell lug tickets for a weak. Tbe Mlad Your Own-Business Social of Wilmington came over to this city lu hacks to attend G. W. Davis Is the best shoemaker in town. To-night the U K Church choir »ill begin active rehearse! for the early ing service on Christmas day. H beautiful choruses have been selected for rendition. I on morn Some Personal Events. Extra Conductor George Biddle in Acting in Conductor Evans's place on the New Oaetle accommodation train C.p tain Evans will probably spend bis fort night's vacation In the neighborhood of Duck creek Mrs V. 8, Collins is entertaining her father, Dr J H Caldwell, of Dover Mr». Caldwell and Mias Mollis Caldwell will arrive at ths parsonage to-day, where they will spend the holidays. Miss Mary Holcomb has returned home from visits to Newark, N. J,, and Washington. Bala of the Wellman Plant Deferred. Chester, Pa, Dec William B. Brnomail, of the Wellman Iron and Steel Works, has notified Judge Clayton that the syndicate of Philadel pbla capitaliste, composed mostlyj'of creditor» of the company, has deposited the $17,000 to secure the Interest on the bonds of tbe company falling due January 1, and that he has deferred the sale of the plant until January 10 The payment of this interest money appears to indicate that the creditors are willing to give more than the bonded indebted nets for the plant, which is said to be ■worth $1 500 000, while it la bondtd for about $600,000. Knabe, SUlnway, Ivers & Pond, Kim ball, Behulng Si Krmger pianos all price» and terms Robelen & Co , No. 710 Market street 14 —Rsoeiver . A&iis ana ur«im. Pnre milk and cream constantly on band, put up in glass jars when desired and delivered to all parts of the city J H Porter, Seventh and Madison streets Phone 641. When yon want room moulding, etc., go to Yergers', 419 Shipley street and 419 Market street DIED. BRIGHT.—Oa Tuesday. December 11, IJW Mary N., wife of George W, Bright Git ACE,—lo this oltv, on December in. irac Eugene Grace, aged 18 years, son of Kate and Augustas Grace, WILMANS.— On December IS, 1894, Augus tus Frederick V ilmans aged 85. ZIEGLER.—Suddenly, on the 10th instant, Rosa f.irgier, wife of James A. Ziegler, aged 47 feats. Mitchell 219 MARKET Wilmington, fe Greet You -A Whate'er you have; How great or small One shirt or twenty to This day shall bring And in your wood fire's You'll rub your hands 'It is a good old world And this is Christmas 0 need to worry about what to mas Emporium hundreds of useful look upon—spend a little time here t t N Doll Department. Special lot. t dd assort meat of 18 in. kid dolls, bisque heads, !i!)c. Undressed Doll»—9c to $8 48, Dresden Dolls—25c, 50o, 87o, 88c, $1 18, and $1.25. Any of them worth much more. Baby Caps, 5 and 10c, Backs, 23o. Baby Bats, 15 to 85c. SPECIAL—School companion, Inlaid wood, lock, key, ruler, pencil, pen bolder, etc., worth 25c; our price, 10o each. Glassware Department. Hand painted glass, tied with col ored ribbon; something that is worth 25c, Small rose jars, plain glass or opal, hand decorated, Glass match receivers, decorated, 10c 25c 25c 25o etc , Hand painted Italian ware.platss, Rose jars, plain or opal, hand painted, from Hand- painted vases, all shapes and styles, from Hand painted water glass, Atomizers from 50c to $t 50 50 to 87c bottles, $1.18 28e to $ l 50 Jap Goods. Jap pen wipers, 25s Jap pin ami needle pads, 25c, Jap sachet bags, pretty, 25o. Handkerchiefs, Lugest assortment to bs found— gauzey and fine—not the cottony look lug ones. Prices from 124« to 62c earh— Bilk, from 10c to $1 25, MITCHELL 219 MARKET IN A hence we will close out the re mainder of our matchless stock of Footwear In Bulk. Thus will end one of the most profitable (to you) Shoe sales ever held in your midst. We have yet enough of the right kind of Shoes on hand— to suit and fit you—hut they are going fast. Nothing re served. Take your pick from the stock at about ONE-HALF Their Actual Value. $600 Shoes go at $5.00 Shoes go at $4.00 Shoes go at $3.00 Shoes go at $2.50 Shoes go at $2 00 Shoes wo at $1.50 Shoes go at $1.00 Shoes g o at And so on throughout the en tire stock. $3.25 $2.75 $2.10 $1.60 $1.40 $ 1.10 .87 .no SOMMERS BROS., 411 Market St., and 408 Shipley St H. L. EV ANS & CO., Banker? i and Brokers. *. V Cor Ktgbtb and Market Sts. Order» for t he purchase and Hale of stocks and bo ads e>;w uted on all exchange* U'Voetmei .ts arranged In stocks, bonds and 1!•' 1 ''I 'Kit Money io- ?d on mortgages. Drafts o a England and Ireland at lowest raten . Home st jcm litas bought and sold. & Bash STREET, Del., December 14, *94, CHRISTMAS WELCOME, whate'er you lack, your store— your back, you more, cheerful glow and say, below, Day. give—to a walk through this Christ gifts—hundreds of new things to feasting your eyes. 9 n Aluminum and White Metal Ware, Pin cushions, all sbapss. Pin trays and picture frames, Balt and pepper shakers, each, Pin Trays, I Smoking Bets, Jewel Cases, Individual Shakers, Silver Jewel Slippers, Mirrors, Hair Pin Boxes, Ring Oases, Hat Pin Cushions, Ash Trays, Bun bou Boxes Nut Bet-, Picture Frames, Ink Stands, Japanese Shelves, Writing Paper, Hair plu boxes Very pretty Ink stands Mirrors on easels, Writing paper and tablets com bined. Writing paper In plush boxes Japanese waiters Silver jewel oases, 75o, $1.25, $1.48 $1 87, $1 98. 10c 10c 12o Choice 28c. Each. 50o 48« 58o 50c 50« ".Or Third Off on Coats. There Is a lot of coats here that we are selling at a third off—not all sizes—but If we can fit and suit yon. you'll get a bargain The prices are on good, season able sti.ff and ruu like this: $4 88 $5 98, $1! 48, $7 98 & BASH, STREET * A TON OF DIAMONDS Is worth $35.000,000. more or less. Wo do not expect such an order, but our fine line of beautiful DIAMOND KINGS for $10, $15. $20, $25, $80, $40 and $50, also one $125 00 ring for $75 cash, effets opportunities for the selection of the latest styles. These rings are worth much more money Any one Is a bargain Harry E. Thomas & Co., Jewelers and Opticians, 609 MARKET ST. SANTA CLAUS Recommends our WATCHE8. Handsome Solid Gold ladies' watch, $20.00. to be $25 and $80 Then we have more elegant and expensive ones Gold filled watches, guaranteed 15 to 20 y.ars. $12 to $18 Small silver watches, $5 to $10, Small gold filled, $9 to $16. Bov's stem wind, reliable watch, $2.00 and $4 00. Solid silver. $6 ,$7 and $10. Whatever your wants may be we can meet them. Hurry E. Thomas A Co,. Jewelers and Opticians, 509 MARKET ST. Used Hang on to Your DOLLAR Until you eee our new stock of HOLI DAY JEWELRY. Watches, Chain Lock Bracelets, Neck Chains, Stylish Opera Chains. Moon Stoue RINGS, Wedding RINGS, Pearl Garnet Knby Emerald Amethyst KINGS, Band RINGS. Baby RINGS, Opal RINGS, Tnrqnois RINGS, RINGS, Topaz Gentlemen's RINGS. RINGS, RINGS, BINGS. RINGS CLOCKS AND 8ILVEKWAKE. Harry E. Thomas# Go., Jewelers and Opticians, No. 509 Market Street. Pictures * for the ^r - n HOLIDAYS, > ART STORE, 417 Shipley St. Open eve ry night till < 'hrlstmas. The largeat and only exclusive Carpet and Drapery House in the State. A spec'alty made of everything pertaining to Carpets and Draper les. Lichtenstein A Hart, 228 Market Street, WILMINGTON. DEL. Holiday Hints. USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS are what are being sought for this season. Wo have thorn m a I the high novel ies and, in nearly every in* tance, exclusiv 3 to us in this market. CUSHIONS. Turkish, Persian, Japanese, Ve lour, suggesting all the luxury of their native country, make them quick sellers. Prices to CARPET SWEEPERS. We control the Ladies' Choice and the Superior. There are but few as good; none better. Popular prices. FANCY PIECES In Native and Japjnese Wood. Tea Tables, Tabou icttes. Umbrella Stands, Cabinets, Book Shelves, Uhina Closets, Whist Tables, etc., etc. Within the reach of all buyers. DOWN QUILTS. As usual Our Assortment is Good. Our special $5 Quilt you will fiud of High Value and Low Price, Others and better ones. Upholstery Department. LACE CURTAINS. In pairs and by the yard. 05 cents to $250. No stock so good as ours; none so cheap. This is what the baying world says of it. Result, the largi st trade we have ever en joyed. PORTIERES. All grades, colors and kinds, $2.50 to $55. Chenille to English Velours. Special designs and colors. RUGS. IÎÜGS. Chenille, Smyrna, Japanese, Wil ton, Bundhar, Persian, AxmiHster, Moquette Goatskin in Black, Grey and White. All the known sizes - Prices fixed for the Holiday buyers. WHOLE CARPETS. Over 150 sold this season in Jap anese, Smyrna, Byzantine, Persian, etc., etc. All sizes from (3x9 feet to 12x15 f it, from $10 to $300. We take special pride in these goods and would be pleased to have your inquiries. SCREENS. Our Japanese screens from $2.50 to $7 50 are very popu ar Antique Oak in three and four folds. Every one a quick seller. Lichtenstein & Hart, 228 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. DSEFDL CHRISTMAS -><• PRESENTS. ERHAPS we may have just wbat yon may wish to give. Our Holiday stock this year U larger thau ever, at prices never so low. We would like yon to look at our prices before making your Xmas purchases. P WYATT & CO., MEN'S FURNISHERS, 603 MARKET STREET. CB'-WE LAUNDRY COLLARS FOR ONE CENT. «ÉÎV <AV ►.M A SQUARE TALK ABOUT FINE HOLIDAY GOODS. My Watch Stock is the I Have Marquise, Opal and the Diamond Rings Largest in the City. Assortment. Unequalled. I Have Enough Baby Rings I Handle Only Such Makers' Goods as I can Safely Guarantee. I have a Store Full of for Elegant Silverware all the Babies. If we Can Save You from 10 to 20 Per Cent.on Your Purchases, why, Give Us a Chance. My Prices are Absolutely the Low est Quality Con sidered. I Invite Every One to Call and See My Goods. MILLARD F. DAVIS, 9 East Second Street. *à> HAMBURGERS, OUR GOODS ARE j We are doing the business OUR PRICES ARE The other clothiers are doing the kicking. And the way we keep the fire burning is by continually addin & more fuel to the liâmes, forcing down the price to meet the wants of everybody, to suit the times. Head on ! Don't stop yet. Cr BOYS' STORM SPECIAL REEFERS for $2.50, reduced from $3 50; for $8 00, reducfd from $4 00; for $4 00, reduced from $5 00 ; for $5 00, reduced from $6 50; FUR LINED REEFERS. ULSTERS from $2.50 up to $10. PRICES on our whole stock of BOYS' CLOTHING from now till after CHRISTMAS, f Suit, Every - Overcoat, ( Reefer in the Boys' Department reduced. $10 and $12 Bnits and Overcoats selling MEN'S STORM ULSTERS from $5 up to $25. Do yon want a ; Two lines of them—one a smooth Ker | sey, the other A FINE CHINCHILLA. CLAY DIAGONAL WORSTED SUIT $10.00 and $12.00 is the tegular prices, for $7 and $8 $ii.5°! Worth $15. Come to our store and ask for it. Will make a special drive on this particular line of Dress Suits They 're so popular SACKS OR CUTAWAY SUITS tbe reduced price. $IO, $12, $15 for for MEN'S SUITS $8 and $9 Suits and Overcoats selllug and for OVERCOATS. for $6 50. $11.50. I The same as we've been selling right I along for $15. I $3.00 Hats for $1.50. 1 $2.00 Hats for $1.00. 1 $1.50 Hats for 75 cents. | NEW NOB dH GOODS. Our own maker of garments, the best on earth, original prices were $12 to $20. $6 and $7 Suits and Overcoats selling for $5 00. HATS AT HALF PRICE | Closing out this department at Half Price. HAMBURGERS, 220-222 MARKET STREET. Store Open Every Night. WALTER H. PODESTA, EYE SPECIÄLIST^QUEEN & CO HTTZB LOOM your wardr>i ;• and .ee If there some garment» which, If properly Dyed, wlil aaw. A. F. BOBJRW, Mt **** 1 nr ** S I re not ■■ » Ä Cie». led and he itood »» NOW OF ml v\ Walter H. Podesta St Co., Optical Specialists, Pblle .COM Will be In WILMINGTON, DEL., os usual, every FRIDAY. ID the office of MR. WM. J. FISHER. No. 606 MARKET STREET, s» long occupied by him. Appreciating the kindly favors of patronage be bas received from the bestcIUMM »I Wilmington, he respectfully invitee all those troubled wlM He dache, or whose eyes are causing discomfort In any wav w loll on him and receive FREE the wlylce his knowledge and I / ** ong experience warrant him ln giving. RLMKMBEK. HAAGS fox axa- nln ing youreyoe. satisfaction Invariably guaranteed. ')* AMUSSnKNTS V TXyONDKKLAND MUSEE THEATRE. Vi Monsier New Company this week. 14 Big Vaudeville, Comedy amd Minstrel Acta. V. SC A dollar show for 10 ceiits.