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SENATE MAY SIT SUNDAY
An Effort to Force the Railroad
Pooling BH1 Through.
OPPONENTS WILL FIGHT IT HARD.
The I>cmorTfttic Steering Committee In
tends to Hnvo the Bill Taken t'p This
Afternoon and Fought Out—Senator Pet
tigrew*« Threat.
Washington, Fob. Ul!. —Tlit Democratic
etcorlug committee of tho senate, after
many postponements, held a meeting ami
derided to recommend to tho «enate that
Senator Butler should bo permitted tn
move at 3 o'clock this afternoon for the
consideration of the pooling bill ; that tills
bill should continue to be tho unfinished
business until 18 o'clock Monday, and that
if It should not be disposed of by that
time it should give place to other business.
Tho understanding created Croat inter
est among the opponents of the bill as soon
as It became known, and they immediate
ly began their propositions to antagonism
not only tho bill itself, but, if possible, to
prevent Its being taken up. The pro
gramme was immediately construed into
a decision to hold a Sunday session, and
this fact was made the most of by those of
the senators who oppose the bill.
Tho advocates of the bill did not admit
In so many words that their purpose in
cluded a Sunday session, but they con
fessed that if they should succeed in get
ting the bill up they would use their ut
most endeavors to have it voted upon be
fore tho expiration of the time act for its
consideration.
As this time would include only about
three hours of the Saturday session and
one hour of tke Monday session, they
would necessarily have very limited time
for the bill without either a night
Sunday session.
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Senator BiiUer'a Flau.
When Senator Butler, who, as chair
man of tho interstate commerce commis
sion, will have charge of the bill in tho
senate, was asked what his purpose was
as to a Sunday session, he said ho did not
want to bo quoted as saying anything that
could bo construed Into a threat, and that
he would only say that ho would use his
best endeavors to get the bill before the
senate, and that if he should succeed in
that he would continue his exertions in its
behalf until a vote could bo readied.
He said lie felt confident of tho success
of the bill in case a vote could be reached,
and he belie veil a clear majority would lie
shown on tho vote for consideration.
While Senator Butler would name no fig
ures, it is understood that other friends of
the bill claim that a final vote would show
that two-thirds of the members of the sen
ate favor it.
The opponents of tho bill concede that
If a vote should be reached it would pass,
but they an? determined in tho declara
tion that it shall not reach the point when
the test of Its strength shall Ik? made.
The tactics which they will pursue were
fore,shadow,si in Senator Pettigrew's brief
statement in the senate just prior to ad
journment.
Tho feeling Is such as to make it clear
that there will be a very sharp dash when
tho effort is made to take tho bill up, aud
the Indications are for a period of most
decided parliamentary sparring against
the measure, which will probably be led
by (senator Gorman on the Democratic side
and by Senators Chandler and Aldrich
among the Republicans.
lu Senat« aud House.
As the session of the senate was about
to close Mr. Pettigrew of South Dakota
gave a decidedly' interesting turn to the
otherwise tedious debate on the Indian
appropriation bill. It has been discussed
for several days, and Mr. Call, in charge
of tho measure, sought to secure an agree
ment for a final vote today. There were
numerous objections, and among them
one from Mr. Pettigrew, which was em
phasized by tho brief but pointed state
ment bo made.
It was in the nature of a disclosure that
a private arrangement had been readied
among the senators whereby the pooling
bill would be taken up at 8 o'clock this
afternoon and held before the senate day
and night and over Sunday until passed.
The statement came so unexpectedly
and was the sequel to such active work
throughout tho day by tho friends of tho
pooling bill that it created something of a
sensation among the senators aud specta
tors. Mr. Pettigrew added to his an
nouncement that ho would take effective
steps to defeat the passage of tho pooling
Mil by objecting to the dis]K>sal of the In
dian appropriation bills or other measures
having precedence.
The contract school item of the Indian
HU was completed In such a form as to
provide a 80 per cent reduction from the
oxpendlUtres of last year. Mr. Morgan of
Alabama sjxiko throughout tho afternoon
In favor of a judicial system for the In
dian Territory, but his amendment to that
effect was finally ruled out of order.
Tho house devoted the day to tho fur
ther consideration of tho general deficien
cy appropriation bill. Most of the time
was spent in tho discussion of questions of
minor importance relating to extra com
pensation for employees of the house of
representatives, and no amendments were
adopted. Just before adjournment the
senate resolution to postpone the time
when the new regulations to prevent col
lisions at sea should go into force was
passed.
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General Ogleaby's Condition.
Elkhaut, Ills., Feb. 33.—Kx-Goveruor
Oglosby's condition is much improved.
His physician says the relapse was due to
n slight attack of heart failure caused by
too much exercise öfter tho governor's se
rious illness of last week.
Persian Town Destroyed by an Earthquake.
London, Feb. 33.—A dispatch from
Odessa says that the town of Koutchat,
near Astra bad, Persia, has been destroyed
by an earthquake. Many thmieands of
lives were lost.
Marie Twain Homeward Bonad.
London, Feb. 23.—Mr. Samuel t,
Clemens (Mark Twain) will sail from
Southampton for New York today on
board the steamer Now York.
Mail Bog From tho Elbe. #
London, Fob. 23.—A mall bag weigh
Ing 17l».poiuuls, washed out of tho mail
room ol tho suuktu steamer Eibe, bus
wss« ashore ne.ir Rochester
For a Sherman Monument.
I-ANCASTER, O., Feb. 23.—A movement
Is on foot among citizcbs hare to erect a
monument to General W. T. Sherman.
Lord Rosebery Indisposed.
Txjnijon, Feb 23. — Lord Boeebcry is In
disposed and confined to his bed
Fire Bricks and Clay
Georg* H. McCall Company,
Eighth and Shipley streets.
Any one wishing a cheap home attend
the public sale of Beald & Co 's, March 3
Bofne nice bonnes will positively be sold
TUT IN PLAIN ENGLISH,
All Authority
lmt«a l<
T ht» most famous American auibority on
tho weather recently said: * The fat.Mil> (alter
the k rip) is moat marked when the humidity
is at Us maximum.and there is a e nation fall
of temperature " Tha* means lu v>Uin Eng
lish that coiiBiquoQies of ^rlp aitnunü deadly
when rtATPpheas la follow ed by ondden cold,
xiow often a.iph a of tvefttber hat
prevailed ifi!* winter I« • ho.vn by the oflVUd
statistic«* f »rip.
Prudent people know how to strengthen
theœse.vt'8 after the grip. They will ob er ve
'he usual precaution necessary in our il-kl©
winter, and they will promptly correct any
bodily ailm mt, no matter how small It is. \
trifling chi!', acougluana fugitive aches in
the back and e boulders linger long, «ometlmes,
after an attack of grip.
They will not be followed by permanent
weakness If the body is wormed aud all its
latent t ne* kU»« are reused bv that b at of all
stimulants Duffy*« Pur« * alt Whiskey. Skin,
lungs, etomach and bowela are quick to feel
the good effect.« of ihU whiskey. Thon« who
have b^en stricke*« by the grip, remember
how this stimulant has turned them on the
road to healt h.
• tie the crowning merit of Duffy*« Pure
Malt Whl key that 1 puts the b «dy lii a sta e
of defence, (31ddln©'fi aud headache lb the
morning and tendency to taue co d easily are
overcome by this »ernedy. Strength and
buoyancy supplant weakness and depression,
Mitnat the ureaded grip leavo% no trace be
hind.
The old saw, "torwarned, forearmed,"
would never have lived so long if it were not
a gem of. wisdom. It applies with great force
to tbe 'peed y recovery of grip by means of
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
tu tbe iVeathar Toutr!
the General Fund of Know)«
AT THE S^ATt CAPITAL.
Continued From Flint Fee«.
$18,000; interest, $89,000;
of members of the
semblv. ' $13.COO; allowances,
efc.. $ 20 . 000 ; tppropilations (tunnel),
$97 000 ; special appropriations, $19 000
Judicial reports, contingent funds, direct
tax fund, State Board of Health, Grand
Army cf the Republic, registration and
election expanses, serving requisitions
etc , »re a few of the Demo that eipe out
th« amount of the receipts
At the close of 1SÖ3 the balance to the
credit of the general fund was $0,701 05,
but there was owing the sch ol fund
$35,000 This amount, has been paid and
a the close of 1894 there Is due the
school fund $10.009, witu a credit of
$7 041 76 to the general fund ; so that,
whilst a larger balance is desirable the
exhibit shows au improvement over the
situation of a year sgo
Receipts for the school fund o me
mainly from tbs following source.
Licenses. $02 000; dividends, $20 000;
Interest $10,000
The larger expenditures are; For text
books, $ 8 , 000 ; tuition for the blind sud
deaf cud dumb beneficiaries. $4 000 and
special appropriations, made by the last
General Assembly, to say nothing of the
school dividends.
The House adopted a jilnt resolution
authorizing the priming of 690 cop es of
the report for dialr,ballon
Will Be No Training School.
If there ever was a bill that died amid
Its worshipers It, was the House bill to
establish a training school for teachers
Prof. Morris, of Milford; W B Tharpe,
of Middletown ; Prof. Hannah, of
B. idgevllle ; Prof. J. E. Carroll, of
Dover; Professor Hastings, of Kenton;
Professor A D. Y'ocum, of Smyrna, and
William Brothers, of near Dover, came
io I he State H use yesterday to fores t he
bill through the House.
Mr Daly the educators were given the
privilege of addressing the House in sup
port of the measure, ind a number of
them availed themrelves of the
port unity.
When the bill was called np for U*
third reading Representative Jolis
oppread Section 5 on the ground that it
would affect all teachers now t olding
cerlifioates.as it would require all of them
to pass another examination. The friends
of tie measure cor seated to an amend
ment to suit the objector.
After the bill had been read Rspre
sentative Walker attacked it. Ha said
it would prove a hirdsblp to the teachers
of Kent end Sussex counties to come to
Dover. He did not oppose It on account
of the appropiatlon If the teachers
wanted to be trained it was their dnty to
get train ng. When. the county super
iu'eudeute examine teachers they should
be competent to teach or not receive
oertifieates If special training is
required they shoula secure it before
coming up for examination.
Representative Daly did bis best to
counteract the influence of the attack
but his efforts were unavailing.
Tire yeas and nays were called and the
vole wes as follows;
Yeas—Messrs D»ly, Davis, Killen,
Money, Sypherd, Waison, Wilson and
McMullen- 8 .
Nays—Messrs Brown. Bnrton, Fleming,
Moore, Jolis, Mustard, Pyle, Reybold,
Robbins and Walser —11
Speaker McMullen annonce id Its de
mise, and t he teachers left the hall a short
time afterwards.
salaries
General As
claims
On motion of
op
May Become Guardian.
Representative Pyle introduced to-day
an act to amend the charter of the St.
Miobaei'e Day Nursety and Baby's Bos
pltal It allows I he corporation to become
the legal gna di.n aud custodian of chll
dren of ten years or under when com
mitted to its care by parents or any
court.
MauII Waul«« Wharf,
Representative Burton introduced a
bill to enable F. 0. M.ull to build a
private wharf on the beach in front of
I-iewes.
town.
The property bt longs to tho
Legislative Note.,
In the House Mr. Watson gavej notice
of acts to divorce A unie M. and Thomas
J. Rösch, and NylvesUr and Anna A.
Torbsrt.
Representative Walker gave notice of
a bill to amend the charter of the towu
of Newark
nature.
J. Edward Addioks returned to 'town
yesterday. Senator Higgins w»a not
heie
He doe« not know its
Anthracite Coal
P'or faucy us«, band picked.
George H. McC.il Company,
Eighth and Shipley streets.
Front
Snaoper lunch at McNiff's,
and Washington street,«, to night
Chronic Diarrhoea
li cured by the use of our Pills, specially
prepared and sold in yellow wrappers.
Make sure of tins. If they don't, write
us fully, and weTl send a special pill
that will, at the same price. This is
eotne trouble, but
Dr. Deane's
Dyspepsia Pills
ore prepare,! to cere. Yellow wrappers when
beweis »re loose, while when conalipated.
Sent to ue for ago« Wap;,.
. DR. J. A. D7 A.XE CO.,
Lmgsion, New York,,
83 touts at dru?!»
LOCAL SOCIETY NEWS
Memorable Wedding Anni
versary Announced.
MB, AND MR3, OASN. THB OODPLR
And They llave Lived Three Score Years
the Ronds of Holy Matrli
Young Dorer Men Bid On the Feet of
Their Fair Friends-Pleasant Evening
With Mrs Bowen.
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lony.
aaoloaUoo« for
- -h • *>lon.n should ta addressed to Poo'ety
tiro of the JCvsm.o JotlBVSi. utm
■uii< —.on«should be written on onseld .cf
iUe uaoer only.
Trill» j Urn at Dover,
The Dover Delawarean tells of a recent
meeMug of the Dover Social Club, thus;
Cards, daurlug and various games were
participated in. The brightest aud most
amusing feature, however, was the game
of bidding upon the attractiveness of the
feet of the young ladles The idea la the
product of the brain of VV W. Richard
son The pretty feet so completely
unnerved and demoralized some of the
young men that their powers of
perception were several times at fault
Of ail the company Di C. 0 Cole and A
B Richardson alone preserved their
equilibrium H. Rldgely Harrington
chosen auctioneer The method obaarved
tn conducting the game is about
follows : An auctioneer Is first selected.
The
secrete
curtains, from which
is al'owed to protrude,
voni'g men are expected to bid up on
the pedal appendages Two young
ladies have high priced feet, as was
attested by tho spirited bidding, which
reached in both instances the sum of
$1,000 000. Dr. C C. Cole aud A P
Ricbaulsm being the suceassful bidders.
The least desirable foot brought but a
nickel
WHS
as
young ladies,
themselves
ln tuen, 'then
draw
one foot
and the
behind
Pleasant Evening Company.
James Boyd Bowen gave an evening
oompany at his home in Eist Lake in
honor of Miss Lizzie Stout last night
The time wav pleasantly epsnt in music
and gamre, and refreahments were
served.
Those present were: Miss Emily
Burke, Mies Ella Riley, Miss Ella Nutter,
Miss Clan Uower, Miss F.lsie
Bower. Mies Blanche Janvier, Miss
Bessie Wilson, Miss L'zzie Scout,
Miss May Webb. Harry Archer, Richard
Pappetraan, Hvrry Parish, Waiter Par
ish, Albert Natter,
Leonard Bowen, George
Irvin Hower, Lovell Jacksou,
Watterman, Mr.
Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, and Mrs
Scout.
James Bowen,
Klusler,
Charles
and Mr«. Leonard
Attended a New Volk Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Danforth Bush, of this
eity, attended the wedding of Rev
Maicus A Benson, D D of Detroit,
Mich . and Mi
Marv Pruyn Strain,
which occurred Wednesday la the village
of;Qreenbush, opposite Albany, N. Y r .
Celebrate Their b.xtieth Anniversary.
This evening Jatnee Cann, the veteran
farmer of Pencader hundred, and a
brother of Richard Cann, who lives near
Kirkwood, will celebrate the sixtieth
anniversary of his marriage at his home
iietr Glasgow. A number of friends of
Mr. Cann and bis estimable wife will be
hospitably entertained.
Bishop Bradley Visits Wilmington.
Bishop Bradley, of Manchester, N H ,
scent Thursday in Wilmington, on his
return from Washington, where he bad
been visiting Monsignor 8 atoll! He
stopped at the priory of the Church of
th 8 scred Heart to see Father Prior
Sylvester, who was formally lo
cated lu Manchester, and for whom
the bishop has a great regard, but
who was unfortunately on a visit in
Ricigely Md. !~
Father Placidus
Bishop Curtis but be, too, was away
Bishop Bradley left last evening for hla
homo He was very much pleased with
hls visit and spoke in high tei ms of the
city and its ohuiehes.
Heed« the Honor TJat
The name of Walter Ferris, of this
city, heads the list of the ten senior
honor men of Lehigh University. The
annual junior oratorical contest,'which Is
conducted by the alumni, look place in
the University chapel yesterday
At the White House Reception
At the large public reception at the
White House on Thursday evening Mrs.
George Gray and the Misses Gray were
lu the Hue back of the President and
Mrs. Cleveland sud the Cabinet ladles
who received. The reception closed .the
rfficlxl social season at the Executive
Mansion.
He was entertained by
He aho called on
Notes From Newark.
Special Correspondence Evening Journal.
Newabk, Feb. 23 —Miss Florence Hill
gave a croconole p.rty tôlier many young
friend« at Dnandale last evening
The Friday Club, competed entirely of
women, held a meeting yesttrday after
noon The object of the club Is to advance
literary taste
Lewi Q Steiner, of Laurel, was In
town yesterday.
Frank Welch, formerly of this town,
now employed in the Government Print
ing office, is visiting friends In town.
Rev. Mr Hyusou, of Smyrna, was In
town yesterday.
Rev F. Bnrgetfe Short, pastor of
Harrison Street M E. Church, Wilmlng
ton, will officiate In the Methodist Church
Sunday
Professor Joseph B. Handy, principal
of Newark public schools, was in Dover
yesterday attending the meeting of the
principals of public schools of this stale.
Mies Alma F Groves, of Baltimore, is
the guest of Miss Shirley R Deputy
The Misses Lewis, of Camden, N J .,
are the guest of Miss May O Lewis, near
town.
Professor W B Brooks, of the "Red
House Observatory Fame," Genera, N,
Y,, will leotnre iu Delaware College,
March 15, on "Astronomy." Professor
Brooke has disc,, «sied n I nr. („en comets.
His lecture will be illustrated hy^charis
Captain George Ls Roy Brown of the
U. S. A., who was stationed at Delaware
College as military instructoi, now in
Dakota expects to bo placed tn command
of 'the students of Girard College at an
early date
Social and Personal Notes,
Kendall B Wingate of Georgetown,
Is tn this city, having been called here by
the illness of g brother.
Miss Mahaia Welles has been visiting
Miss Emma Clark at Delaware City.
Miss Lilian M Durnall, has retnrnrd
from a visit to Philadelphia.
Mrs J. G Chatsha, of No £10 North
Fianklio street, Wilmington, and her
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Mrs. Henry Ward|Beechor.
Mrs, Houvy Ward Beecher has endeared
hereelf to nearly every family in America
Not altogether because *bo was the wife
of a brilliant divine, but because of her
constant, deaire to aid people and help
them along In life. Upeahlug about the
relationship between mother ami daughter
her word* have been outspi-heu
sincere. Here is a portion of what she
said :
"There is no period in a mother's life
that brings more anxious care than when
she sees her daughters, who are blossom
lug Into womanhood, begin nlng to attract
the attention of young men, and It
becomes evident to the mother at least,
that simple friendly relations ars fast
developing into something stronger and
closer. A wise mother may not reveal
her anxiety to her daughters, or tell
them to what she sees this friendship
tending, but influenced by the loving
companionship and counsels which have
constantly blessed them from earliest
childhood, the daughters cannot fail to
have gathered eomn Ideas of the peculiar
characteristics which -faould be plainly
developed In a lover. Even in the Drat
days of womanhood, a young girl can
not fall to understand that marriage
with a man lacking certain qualities must
be a miserable failure "
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friend, Mrs. J. P. Waples, of George
town. have been spending a few da\a
with friends la Philadelphia.
Bishop Coleman will preach in Holy
Trialty Church, West Chester, on
Match 87,
W. fl. Swarthout, of Newark, Del,,
was elected president, of the ''Traveling
Men's Club," at Us annual banquet in
Baltimore, last night.
Willard Baulebury was in Dover yes
terday.
Miss Emms Hiller, of tbit oily, is the
guvat of the MUtes Pyle, of West Ches
l«r
Mrs. W. 1>. Tharp hat, returned to her
home iu Middletown after a visit to
friends in this city,
Mies Georgia Enos s visiting friends at
Odessa.
Mrs S E Dushaue. of Chesapeake
City, is the guest of friends he.e.
Thomas Price has been spending
several days with friends at Chesapeake
City.
Cement.
imported and domestic.
Best brands.
George H. McCall Company,
Eighth and Shipley t treats.
DISTURBED THE CAUCUS.'
OKI., lu, ma Legislators Indulge In a Free
light.
Guthrie, O. T.. 1-VIi. 83.—The first
great sensation ,,f the Uklaliuma legisla
ture orenwd last night. Thu Republic
ans of tho house were holding a ran,ms,
discussing matters of party concern, when
Representative Ncsbrlt, Populist, and
Representative Haiiles, Democrat, both of
Cleveland county, demanded Admittance
and were refused by the doorkeeper. They
declared they had a right T,> go in and
could not be shut out by a Republican
caucus.
Nos belt secured a ladder, and Haiiles
thru proceeded to knock the door down.
Representative George Vickars of Alva
was the first Republican out and was soon
milling blows on Nesbi tt's head. A se
rions riot was narrowly averted. Tho Re
publicans, however, concluded their cau
cus undisturlKd.
GRAY'S OBSEQUIES.
The Funeral Service« Were Attended by
Thousand*.
Union City, lull., Fell. 33.—When the
Gray funeral train arrived litre, thousand,
were at tho depot. Huyiiu'n.v was suspend
ed, apd nearly .ill (bo buildings are drupod.
This casket containing the remains was
carried to t'advv.ill.ider's Omra House and
placed on a bier. Two lines of pooplo,
each two square* in length, were waiting
to view the body. They camp In from nil
neighboring town«. Nine hundred school
children, each carrying a flag, were stand
lug iu line
Servie# were held in the opers house
The R"v H A McDonald of the T'rw-by
tertan church delivered the funeral *er
mon.- Immediately after the Interment
the special train carrying Mrs Gray and
the relatives left for Indlanepolbi.
A chance for investments at public
sale of Heald A Co , March 3
liest Goon., Lowest Prices
Buy coal and wood from H. T. Sergeaut
office Seventh and King.
IjS flli.kovy wood for opvu g. a>.
Elouava for sal«, 103 W. Eighth sti ««i.
Phone HJfi
State or Ohio, Ciiv ot Toun.o. 1
Lucas Cotsrr. 1 "•
Frank J. Cbcmct. makes uath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. .1. CBZ
NTT Ä Co., doing basin«*» to the olty of To
ledo, county and state aforesaid, and that
esld firm wl'l psy the sum of ONÊ IfUN.
UKEU DOLLkhS
for each and every case of
Catarrh that cann,>1 be cured by the use ol
Hali/c Uai ahkb Ct'Hk.
FfiANh J-. GHENKY.
Sworn to before me »nd subscribed In my
pr esenc e, this ctU day ci Decmber. a7D„ 18!3.
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A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acta directly oh the blood and mucous sur
facoe of 'he =ysu>re. Rand for t -ftlOHm'auj,
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SB^Bold by difi^lklb, foe.
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Mrs. George L. Breusing, 137 W 1871h
Kt, New York, whose picture appears
above, says
"1 am the mother of twelve children
and all are alive. 1 never had a day's
sickness in my life until about ten years
ago, whsn I was seized suddenly with an
attack of Bright's disease of the kidneys
Two doctors called It Bright's <11,ease
and each said I must die. Indeed. 1 was
actually In the throes of death. At that
time a friend, a lady, came to see me and
said I was surely dying. Htlll she urged
ma to take a remedy of which I had heard
much but knew little. I followed her
suggestions, and 1 now solemnly declare
and affirm that although I wag dying
when I took this medicine, it saved my
life, and I believe that I owe my life
entirely to Warner's (Safe Cure I also
believe that It will save the life of any
one who uses It for kidney troubles, 1
thank God for Warner's Hate Onre. sud 1
have sounded He praises far and near,
and shall continue to do so."
Words such as the above, drawn from
human experience and suffering, become
messages of hope to womankind Young
women, mothers aud those in advanced
years are often called upon to suffer
when U le unnececsary that they should
dose. That they should emplov every
means in their power to avoid suffering,
is unquestionably a solemn dnty.
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SURGEON DENTIST.

TEETH EXTRACTED,
WITHOUT FAIN, 'wide awake.) -
VITALIZED AIR OR GAS. -
TEETH FILLED, PLATINA, -
TENTH FILLED, SILVER.
TEETH FILLED. GOLD.
35c
mir
so«
- «1 oo
75r
*1 OO np
PORCELAIN CROWNS, «II OO and «5 00
«3 K GOLO CAP CROWNS, -
BEAUTIFUL SETS TEETH, -
Open evenings DU 8 o'clock.
mn oo op
•n oo np
Sll Market Street.
MARRIED
OODDW IN—LaSOR.—At 1013 Park Place.
WilmieetoD, Del*, on W*dn**f*dav, February
nth, 1805, by Rev. A. N, Keluwin. Arthur
Uoortwln andSahleS L*4or, both of Phila
delphia. Pa,
JOHNBON—BAPKER.-At 510 Third
liming too, on Wednesday. February
J»th, IHfti, by Rev. A. N. K(dir*in. H«rrv I„
Jfhneon and Miriam II. Harker, both of Wil
mington, I id.
8TA Y TON— H A TF! E LD,— By R«v. B. F.
Jrator. at the Fir«» M. I*, parsonage*, at H p.
m. ; February 3!, l*Vi, David J. Burton to Miss
bailie Hat held.
lilKIle
. BUAÇ'KÎBTONi— Q n February IN05. Mary
A., widow of th«' late John VV. ItU.'fciftlun.
tffod (it yuan*.
mi Will be bcld lit her late residence«
No. I Ji 8 I at nail Htreei, on Monday morning,
at i.]° o'clock. Interment M Mllllügtou, Kem
county, Maryland.
DBHJCKHON.—On February 18, Al
fred I. Doric kenn, aged »iü yoaro.
«i I) i5!i 7 *W OÎ ÎP # ~ ' ,D i [ty ' " n February
~U iw». John Drummond, iu hie 84th jour.
n Philadelphia, February
~ 9 - IMS, Huih Kennard, wife of the lafe fc. . 1 ,
Kennard, in the îttod year of her age.
KANE.—Huddeuly, nn February |0 181*5
Catharine, wife of John Kanr. in the ■•OUi
year of her Age.
ME AHNS.— At Bockford, February £.'od.
Rob rt Hrinck le. Infant son of Robert H. and
Florence E Mearns
Interment at Mt. Halem Cemetery on Mon
day eftcriioon.
REYNOLDS—In this city, on the 17th In
stant Clara X,., wife of Thomas L. Dry nobis,
anil ilaushtvr of Lawrence and ('«tharlae
51,■1,9k k, In her 41M year.
Wenonab. N. J., on February
18.1895, Mrs, Eva E. West, wife of Gen rye \V.
Wesianrt eldest ilanghter of John W. ami
the late Betsy E. Grover, In the 43,1 rear of
Her HKe
A HtTUHI.KR.
H. NICHOLS,
BUEHLER S NICHOLS,
Undertakers and Embalmers,
Telephone. 7SO.
813 SHIPLEY ST.
JAS. T. CHANDLER,
UNDERTAKER,
Office and Residence, ill West Ninth St.
(Night calls promptly;»Uended.;f
Telephon«, 674,
GEORGE T. BARNHILL,
DHDERTAKER-- 13 EMBA1MEB
H, W. Cor. 7 th aofi Shipley Sts.
Kwl,lew«.^a29 TiUMUjjt,
Hhon© PÄ.
W. H. ROBINSON, Jr.,
ONDKRTAKER^KMBALWKR
Office and reeldcnce,
101 West Seventh Street.
Night «alia promptly attended U).
THE
LOMBARDY CEMETERY.
Concord Plie, Hear Wilmington.
LOTS FOR SALE.
W». B. SHARP
<Sc OO.
Fourth and Market Sts,
Our new Spring Carpets
are coming in daily and show
quite a marked contrast from
former styles by combining
more strength with beauty of
coloring. In Tapestry Brus
sels wc have elegant new
things from 45c to 75c. In
Body Brussels 75c to $1.25.
In Moquettes 90c lo $1.25.
In Axminster $1 to $1.50
Contemplating carpet buyers
should see our assortments
and get estimates for their
work.
We are securing daily the
most popular tilings in China,
India and Wash Silks for the
coming season, and our count
ers now display remarkable
bargains in Silk fabrics. Think
of a genuine China Printed
Silk for 17 cents per yard.
T hey are here—then one at
25c. both in splendid designs.
You should visit our silk
counter.
The sale of our reduced
Muslins and Sheetings still
continues, the latest is a 10c
Bleached Muslin for 7c, and
another bale of those splendid
unbleached Sheetings for 5c
per yard.
A special reduction of Bed
Spreads just starts. They are
all new patterns of the best
make of Crochet full-sized
Quills.
$3 (HI ones for $1.30
ft 50 ones for $1.10
$1 35 ones for i)5o
Only two hundred yards of
red Shaker Flannel, medicated
goods, our regular 50c quality,
for 37#c. Here's a chance
for our rheumatic friends.
Two lots of Glass Toweling,
15 and 18 inches wide, the 10c
for 6J4C—the i2j^c ones for
roc,
plaids.
One more push on the
Huckaback all-linen Towels
and they are pushed out. All
from last year's stock sheet
and some slightly soiled, nev
ertheless grand^bargains.
15c ones for 10c
17e ones for 18jo
85c one« for 15c
50c ones lor 35c
In large and Small
The Muting Flannel Table
hai been replenished with
more patterns for ye (instead
of IOC.
Wc have made up the fol
lowing articles which wc shall
put on sale Saturday morning
at 9 o'clock, giving not over
half dozen of each to any one
customer:
Pillow Cases made from 42
Dwight Anchor Muslin—1
each.
Pillow Cases Made from 45
Dwight Anchor Muslin—
i2j^c each.
Pillow Cases made from 45
Utica Muslin—1254c each.
Polster Cases made from
the same muslins—22 and 25c
each.
Sheets made of Utica Mus
lin, 2'4. and yatds wide,
50 and 55c each.
All these things arc made
in out own workroom, have
two inch hems and are of the
best material and workman*
ship.
WM. R, SHARP ft TO.
Fourth ana Wa, l.el llm.U.
THOMAS McHUGH,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER.
No. 13 MARKET STRLKT,
Wilmington,
Delaware
___ AMi^r. umrrg. _
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
(TUEfinjkT
a KVKN1.NO.
I l EBkVA.ll!
GRAND CONCERT.
Lint »Hilarante of Mrs. M. ft.
THE
CAHPKMER
CONCERT.
26
CARPENTER,
Assisted by the* FMelio tad tea* Quartette. Mr.
fi. C.holmeley-JoDc'«, baritone; Mr. Henry
Meyors, vMUer sololat. and Mr. '1 human A.
Hecken, pianist. Seats now on hm. 1©. Re
served, .7)o, to $1. Admission. 25c and 50c.
\\^ONI>H {<LaMi Ml Hr KTHKATRK. MK
.7* AND HIM, The Burlesque Boxers, and
l.racey A Burueue'n Boston Ideal Co. Great
esl laughing «how of the season.
Every evening and daily Matinees.
_H«tr WSSTIII._
A GENTS la every «tat« on sslarjr and com
uiiwlim. A (tents tusking J;;r, to J;s) weekly.
Bereite. Chemica l A Mfn. Co.. Lacrosse. WIs.
DOTTLKR8 or So,!a anil Mineral Water
Wanted Insecure subecrlntIons to iiol
Uers tiszette, '.'1 Park Row. N, Y. Su'-setlbers
w futi g sttnallens can advert 1st, in same
without ooet. Hse page Tt, Feb. Issue. Sample
free. >2 HI a year. _
/■'AN YOU SELL HOOK»? If you ,-an and
\ / want steady, remunerative work on fine
Mandat'd publications,addreees W. K. HKN
.1A Ml N. :l K. HI j teem h street. New York.
SJI'LKNDII) OlMMIin UNITY for appolnt
1 ~ ment of young men lu the Railway Mall
Hervlte. Examinations »non In every mate.
Write for particulars. National Correspond -
e nee i nslltute, Washington, f). U.
VV A NTED -A WH1 PE COOK, »4.00 PER
I' week, to go to Newport. Good while
and colored girls want places for housework.
White and colored men want farm work.
Apply at WluJIlNOTON
»»rViCK. -ni Shlpjoy street.
ANTED -LADY OK EDUCATION AND
rell Dement may secure permanent pro
fessional position b, applying to undersigned.
Experience unneoessary. Position not con
fining. Remuneration gsnerous. Correspond
ence, onthlenttal. Address, I'HDFEisSIONaL,
Kvonlnu Journal office
JNTELLIOENCE
_MIST AND POUND .
I OUT—A PAWN OOLOHtCD 81! K.PHKRD
Ij dog. Suitable rxwauI If let,irned to DK.
MAULL, 714 Weat street.
HOARD AMD KOUFA_
W ANTED—BOARDERS, GOOD AOOOM
modatinus. No. 40H East Fourth street.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES;_
W ANTED—TO BUY A |o£k ROUTE OF
I ISO or IU0 qutrtq. A,l,l rem. MILK, this office,
F OU SALK GOOD LIVERY Ol'TFI
Ing good bimlnes* -Kennet! Square,
reason for selling. Will lease stable.
11» French street, or address Box till Kenuett
bq nare . P«.
P SärTÄlk-on acoount of poor
health, Barber Shoo and Cigar Store. Ad
dress, Business, this office.
r do
Good
Apply
«■At. ■STATE._
LV)H RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE 105
I J nallsou street, till per month. Apply 814
Weat Te nth «Ireet. __
IAOR KENT—THE STORK PROPERTY.
I I No. 407 Shipley street. Apply to FRANK
S. DURE, ueslor In barnesa, aaddlery and
turf goods. __
f C,Mi RENT THE RESTAURANT" NO. SS»
l Mndlsun street, good stand, low rent,
poHHession at ones, Aloostorea aud dwellings
at Nos. and 3I9 Madison street.
MON SUDAN. No. IIS Market street.
JA MEM
L'UU «AUC.-THK PROPERTY NO. 1806
T Delaware avenue for »nie cheap and on
reas mahle terme. U. F. DURE, fourth and
<»r«nirt* ntiAfl
Y property 1« Job* not heerilnir what
you lolrt h year air'. -Cl. V Totld, Musoit
line, I« Tlionsand© tmu toftify that'I read
tbn pant and foretell the future. Bend date
o( birth and JOt- for a akeU'.h of your Ufa.
1. THOMSON, Astrologer, Kaunas City,
VI
Mu.
NOTICES.
ruTIOK-l, DARKY U WKDLINO. OF
Wilmington, bureby glvo notice that I
»ball apply to this Lejrislatnre for divorce
from m» wife Moggie Oetlllug.
Feb. 8it,l, is»',. MARRY H.
N
GEDLINO.
N il OTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT X
.hall apply at tho present session of th«
leislslsluio for a divorce from my huebanil
William E. Davleou. CARRIE DAVISON,
February 88 ,1SB5.
VJOTJCfi IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT t IN
1 > tend to prefer a petition to the General
Assembly for divorce from William H. Rogers,
mv husband. UKTL'INK MoK. ROGERS.
F ebr nary ll lth, 18 Wi.
OTI E 18 HEREBY OIVEN THAT THE
u.iderstgued will apply to the Legislature
at Its present session for a divorce from her
In sband Ulvssseli. Blmons.
Feb. Ifitb, 1895,
N
SARAH A. SIMONS.
N HuTIUK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
shall apply at the present session of th«
■ legislature lor a divorce from my husband
Walter M. Wat-on. LOT 11 EM. WATH
JN.
RDHINEMt) CARDS.
DOEliELHKEROEH M. D..
81« MARKET STREET,
Made THE EYE HIS SPECIAL STUDY
In the Universities of Vienna, Austria, and
New York Olty. In the Philadelphia ï'oly
mm Wills Eye Hospital.
He EXAMINES EVES FREE and guarau.
• «es satisfaction.
GOLD GLASSES. *3.00,
STEEL GLASSES, 50 CENTS.
II.
clinic ami
ic
IBM MABEL FOWLED.
TEACHER OF BANJO AND GUITAR,
I MV S'lKRET.
M
EWIMtt MACHINES
SlHrliBt »l-ret, icada thorn all lu low nrlceo,
Brand new t«n inactdiioH rodncod to $1«, $18
«ml $ai All make,, m solct iroui. Singer.
Wboolor A Wilson, New Hume, Domestic,
White and ad other make«. Any machine
aent on trial, free, mix monthe for caeh, two
years on Installment». Send postaL
J. H. O'DONALD,
61« Market Street.
O'DONALD. 818
s
\rOTlCK.- E. LEVY'S CONFIDENTIAL
.X XX)AN OFFICE, looms 4 and 5, Exchange
tnlldlrg, owner Seventh and Market streets,
ADVANCE.« MONEY ON PERSONAL
HKOfEKTY of all descriptions at low rates
>f internet, buy, ami sells WATCH®«,
DIAMONDS AND ALL KINDS OF
IBWKLRY.
Private oonenltatlon room attached. Open
•venlnyn until 8 o'clock. Also furniture
Itored at lowest rate«.
FOR S-^XiZE,
The following desirable homes at greatly
reduced price«:
No. 1413 Van Boren street, U rooms.
N„. IIU5 t'alnall street. It room*.
No. 915 Went heventh ntreel. 9 room*.
No.hiC Vablloren ntreer,9 rooms.
No. n|H West Fourth street. » r„mna.
N«. son ( rench street, 18 room».
Nn. 1313 Weet. Eighth street, ID
N». HOB Jackson street, 9 roouu*.
No. 518 East Fifth si reel, 8 rooms.
No. Wt King Street. S roofn«, *
N«. 1131 Harrison «reel, Wfooms.
N„. MC Broome stieel, 13 rooms.
No. Ill« West Eighth
Bend for list.
H. L. EVANS A CO.,
Real Estate and Mortgagee.
Eighth afid Market streets.

street, 10 room*.
WHY SUFFER
TP'
WXTU A BAD
COUGH or COLD
When one bottle of
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL BALSAM
WiH give yon instant relief * Sold éntiraly
on its merits. Tfÿcit. 1
rreporod by
KeliaMe
R. D. BROWN,
Seventh and Orange Sts.
Wilmington, Del.

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