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Sturgeon Fishermen Want a Closing Time Fixed. SOME PATBI0TI0 DEOOBATIOHS Picture, of George and Mr«. Washington Adorned the Armory—Other Events About the Town—An Abandoned Craft Drift« Down, Bmbedded In lee. Special Corresnondenco Evening Journal. Nbw Castle, Feb 23 —The sturgeon fishermen who obtain a livelihood every Bpring by drifting down and up the Dela ware to entrap those big fish In their glil nets,are anxious for protective legislation and yesterday the New Jersey Legislature was appealed to The statements that many of the fishermen were opposed to establishing a closing time, as in the shad season, was vigorously denied Secretary D. P. Leonard, of the Sturgeon Fishermen's Association, stated to a Philadelphia Record reporter that, from Pennsville, just across the river two miles from this city, from eight to ten sturgeon nets are fished daring the Summer months only, as the men fish for shad during the Spring season. As to the loss of thousands of dollars to the fishermen of Pennsville through a closing period, Mr. Leonard says it would be difficult to show when there has been $ 1,000 worth of sturgeon caught at Pennsville after July 1 in any one season for the past three years. Patriot!« Display in tho Armory, At the armory of Company H. N. O in the old Court Home yesterday, Col. J. Harry Rogers arranged kdi tasteful decorations in the front of the drill room The patriotic display, being In one of the most ancient and historic bnildlngs In Hew Castle county, appealed to every American citizen Boating was festooned down to the centre of the ball, where wee a pyramid of shining musketry, stacked, and bright swords, esbrss snd carbines On the top of this pyramid, the background of which was the oompsny's handsome flag were pictures ef George Washington and Mrs. Washington, after the original copies. High above these was a repre sentation of the bn«t of General Wash ington as It appeared on the Waehlngton monument From among this display of national liberty, mnsio wae furnished by ex-Mayor Black's esnary bird, Im prisoned in Its little cage. D.. Ths Ship That the Hughes Tugs hared In Philadelphia the United Stales District Court has reduced from $18,000 to $15 000 the security required to release the Norwegian steamship Alfred Uumois, which is under attachment In a claim for salvage presented by the tugs Asa W Hughes and Albert N. Hughes The steamsliip is said to be worth $ 100.000 and to have had on board a cargo of bananas and oranges veined at some $ 10,000 Hhe broke down recently near the Brandywine Shoals, in the Delaware bay, when the tugs went from New Castle to her aid and saved the vessel and cargo. Who Are the ltent Cltl/.eo*? In an article on the Board of Education •lection next week, the New Castle paper of to-day says "At the last Spring election there were just 314 votes oast, for members of the School Board, In dicating a very low ebb In the tide of Interest in this very vital part of mu nicipal affairs. The majority of this vote rame frem the West End, showing how shamefully Inert many of onr best citizens were. This state of affairs ought not so to be." Incidents of the Day. Another eujoyable|parIor entert ait ment was given at the home of Mrs. John Ueggioaou, last night. The program consisted of songs and récita ttom and magic lantern display. Re fresbment* were served and a nett sum realized Still another entertainment for the benefit of the missionary cause will be given on Tueeday, March 5 This one by dee* No. 20 of the M E Sunday school •t the residence of Thomas Frazer. An abandoned «loop, entirely dle raaeted, passed down the river yesterday afternoon imbedded in a large field of iee' Fred W. Hoffman yesterday secured desirable position of carder at the New Castle Woolen Mills. J Warren Barnaby la among the New Castle hundred farmers who have de cided to relinquish their chosen vocation and try city life In the harbor to-dav the bark Carrie K Long, from Havanna and the «chooner Francis C. Y small are still tied np, unable to proceed to Philadelphia Personal Event*. Isaac Atkinson end Mies Jolla Atkinson have been visiting near Princess Anne, Md. Mis* Laura Logue, of Chesapeake City, Md., Is'the guest of her aunt, Mrs. William Raney. Edmund E. Rogers wss yesterday commltsloued by Governor Matvll as captain of Oompsny H,, N. G. D. Misses Lydie and Annie Wright left last evening for Cheater and Philadel phia, where they will visit until Monday. Mrs. H. R Boris, Miss Lotta Boris,Miss Eatella Dsskyne, Misses Jennie and Reba Saunders, Ûhannoey P. Holcomb, Miss lionise Rodney and other New Castle people were in Wilmington last night to witness the spectacular prediction of Ben Har O H. Groves, a well known Mogulllan of Wilmington, was in the city yesterday afternoon. Lime and Band Of beet quality. George H. McCall Company, Eighth and Ohlpley streets. Death of William Foolke The death of 'William Fonlke, one of Milford's beet known young men, and 'touored citizens, occurred last evening if Ur a long illness. He was a sou laoofa Y. Fonlk*,of Milford, and a nenhew "f William H. Foulke. of this city le way a painter and contractor, vas 30 years of age, and leave» s widtw \nd three children He was prominent in the A. O. Ü. W., was one of it» grand ••fficers, tnd was largely instrumental «curing the convention of the order "■is village. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U.S. Gov't Kepon Baking Powder . CONFIDENCE RESTORED, Tlir* Sucre*» of til© New Limn Mnj' to * Ilu«lncftN He viral. Nrw Yohk, Feb. 83.—R. O. Dun & C«.'s weekly trade review says today; of the new loan The surprising sue and the (.'real confidence it has given to Investors on both sides of the water and to business men here encourage many to hope that it. may 1»' the beginning of a real recovery. In 93 minutes hero sub scriptions art» supposed to have been at least five times the amount of bonds offer ed, and in two hours at London they were 20 times the amount there offered. Con sidering the power which control of these bonds gives to regulate foreign exchange, and to prevent exports of gold, the trans action lias indeed greatly «hanged the financial situation in spite of the fact that government revenues are still deficient, and that domestic trade shows scarcely any gain as yet. The Industries are not enlarging production, nor have prices of farm products improved. Hut a very im portant source of apprehension and hin drance has, for the time at least, been re moved. The trouble between the shoe manufac turers and sellers of leather does not less en, and nearly all the jobbers are refusing to pay the small advance in prices which makers of boots and shoes have asked on account of the high price of leather. Job bers have fair stocks on hand and propose to sell all they hare before ordering more, with collections slow and future prices uncertain. Leather is firm without con cessions, though on the whole sales do not equal receipts. Hiilpmeuts from Boston for three weeks of February were 330,484 cases, against 330,360 in 1803. Dealings In iron and its products are moderate in volume, with some discour agement in most branches, though struc tural works at Pittsburg are very busy, and the demand for wire nails and barbed wire has never been surpassed. Hut noth ing is doing In rails. Plates are quiet, and bar is as low as over, though in rather bet ter demand for car works. Textile products show few changes, but those downward. Cottons are meeting an Indifferent demand, and New York mills 4-4 bleached have boon reduced to OH' cents, and Lonsdale 4-4 bleached to f>9£ cents, and in cheaper goods and brown sheetings prices nre irregular. A better demand appears for the finer prints, but fancy calicoes arc quiet, and there is only the average reorder business for dross goods. In lightweight woolens the reorders continue later than usual, and the preliminary purchases of medium ami low heavy goods are larger than a year ago, some mills having business until April, while in the higher grodi's there 1» a more promising demand. The termina tion of a strike at Philadelphia sets more carpet mills at work, ami the demand is fair, while In dress goods little is doing. Halos of wool at the chief markets in throe weeks of February were 16,723,000 pounds, against 18,010,800 two years ago. BRITISH CONSUL ATTACKED, An KiirIImIi (liuilioat 'Now ttiaiionnl at Formosa« LONDON, Fcl). 23.—A dispatch from Hongkong says that additional restrictions have boon imposed to tho navigation of the Canton river Tho dispatch also states that a plot fnrronehlng iu its inception to overthrow tho Manchu dynasty has been discovered in Kwangtung, Kwangsl and other provinces of soul lient China. According to I he dispatch, her majesty's ship Mercury has returned from Formosa. During tho recent, Black Flag riots tho British consul at Takau was assaulted by tho natives. The Chinese authorities had, however, succeeded in quelling tho riots before tho steamer Mercury arrived. Twenty-five of the ringleaders were be headed, and all is now quiet in the vicin ity of Formosa. The gunboat Rattler has gone to Formosa to take tho place of the Mercury. Maher and Mall Fought a Drair. Boston, Feb. 88.—The .Suffolk Athlet le club at a meeting presented a six round bout between Peter Maher, champion mid dleweight of Ireland, and Jim Hall of Australia as tho chief feature. Tho referee, J. A. KelHher, called a draw at the finish, ami the 2,00« spectators who were present hissed the decision. Tho battle was very tame, Maher forcing tho fighting In all but tho fourth round and doing the most effective work. Doe Hlinelton Arraigned, UTICA. N. Y., Feb. 38.—Doe Mincbon was arraigned in tho court of sessions here, charg«'d with aiding and abetting in tho escape of Bunkuer O'Brien. Through his attorney lie pleaded not guilty. Tho court promised to try Mlnohou this tenu If pos sible, but so many case* ore set down for n«)it week that it is not likely it will be reached. American Newspaper Publisher«. New York. Feb. 33.—Tho American Newspaper Publishers' association hold tho final Mission of its annual inci ting at the Brunswick hotel In Fifth Avenue, elect ed officers and concluded with a imnquet in the ballroom of tho hotel, at which :.'50 persons wore present. r.rplnsicn In Slntcli Works. Passaic, N. ,1., Felt 33. — An explosion occurred iu the Continental match works, blowing down several of tire partitions and a number of windows ond injuring Superintendent John Hoa so severely that lie is likely to die. Killed by a Mounted Militiaman. Richmond, Fob. 23. —While tho Stuart Horse guards were preparing to parade Captain E. J. Kuker's horse ran over Mrs. J. H. Silva, a Indy residing on Church hill. She was so badly hurt that sh» died in a short time. Two Aten Frozen to UcHth. Richmond, Ky., Feb. 38. — New» ha« just reached here to the effect that two men were frozen to death near Pound gap, in the Cumberland mountains. Ono was named Sturgeon, and the other was named Kelly. Houses for rent, 103 W. Eighth street ITEMS OF INTE REST. Hetty Green complains that eonsplrators want to kill her. Why not let them go «heed, Hetty? Look at the board bllEyou might save. —Cleveland Plain Dealer. Halt rheum often appears in eold weather, attacking the palme nf the bauds and other parle of the body. Hood's barsaparllla, the great Wood nurlfter, cures sa 1 rh<-uuj. Hood's Pills are the heel after-dinner pills; assist digestion, cure headache. 35c. First Flea—''I don't know how 1 am going te make a living." Second Flea "Have yes tried It on a do«?*'—Detroit Trlbnne in in THE N. Y.STOCK MARKET T.D. Hooper & Co.'s Dispatch By Private Wires. THE LATEST WALL 8TBEET NEWS Stork« Dal) and Drooping To-day -Sugar the Report Dint Sear)»» Had Failed to Sbetvn tho Sugar Hill—Chicago Oaa Firm — Whl.hey Tax Increase. Special Dispatch Evening Journal. New \ OkK, Feb. 23 — Stocks were dull and drooping to d ly and the demai d from the shorts was fatly satisfied In the first half hoar of business. A constant dribbling of long stock, particularly Sugar, Northwest and St Paul, finally told on the entire list and early rallies were wlpad out. The selling of the grangers was based on the poallive assurance from Washing ton that the railway pooling bill will be defeated when called np for consideration this afternoon, Northwest earnings decrease $234.765 lu January, Sugar took a downward dp on the report that Treasuer Searles had failed to have the Sugar bill shelved and that the Senate was determined to have a test vote on the measure, abrogating the d acrlmluating duty of one tenth cent per pound. The sugar markst wer e lower abroad and the intimation was repeated with considerable confidence that the Have meyers would not favor a higher dlvi dand at the March meeting than 2 per cent on the common. Chicago Gas was firm on tbs election of tho Standard Oil representatives to the Consumers' Oas Company, and on the retirement of President E, 0. Benedict in favor of A N. Brady. The Whiskey Trust was bid np on the formation of a new combine and on the hint from Washington that a bill may be rushed through increasing the internal revenue tax to |! 36 per gallon. Steamship Paris brought £294,000 sterling to August Belmont and Company and steamship Aurania sailing today from L verpool has on board 830,000 pounds sterling all for account of the^bond syndicate. The allatmeuts of New Government Bonds will bo made this afternoon. Railroad earnings are Jauaatts factory. The bank statement shows a loss cf 13 690 700 in surplus reserve and the banks now bold $5!) 823,725 above legal requirements. Took » Downward Dip New York Stocks-Closing Prices—12 M RIP. ASKED American Cotton Oil L'o. American Sugar Refining C'u.. *9« Ali h Topeka and Sanie Ft-.... 4 American Tobacco Company Haltltn re and Ohio. Bav State Has Company. Canana Southern . Central New Jersey. Chicago and Northwestern.. Chicago Burlington anityulucy 7(0« Chicago i-as Co. & Fid. 1 XK. ... 73U Chicago, M<lw»ukee * St Paul. 551, Chicago Rock Is'nd and Pacific twt«, Cleveland Ü.C. and 8t. Lon ta, ... Delaware and Hudson Delaware Lanka, and Western. I5S Distiller» a d Cattle Feeders Co 1 •>* General » tectrlo. WV4 Lake Shore A- Mich. Southern llkl-t« licnisvllle and Nashville... Missouri Pacific . National Load Company.. 1 HW 82 Si »7V» i«s «2 ■ ■ à* 40 (a . Ht WW l«$k . in 10 1 U» »!•« ft •» 20 -S Ô 2 D 211* i 27' a Now York and New Kruland.. 29It Now York • Vntral and Hudson oh N. Y., Lake Erie and Western Northern Pacific. Northern Pacln , Preferred.,.. Philadelphia and Reading. ... Southern Railway. Sou them Hall way. Preferred. . SI* Tennessee, Coal, Iron and R. R. 14"* United States Cordage. Pulled States Rubber. Wabash . Western Union Telegraph Co.. Wheeling and Lake Erie ...... Wheeling and Lake Erl» Pref., 34 an . % f fi** I«? : 9) 315, 145« 6 '« 51.4 T* »7«* 87 T* Cotton—New York Closing Friers, March, 5 48 bid, 5 49 asked; April. 6 4« hid, 5.50 asked; May. 5 53 bl«; June, 5,68 bid, 5 57 asked; July, 3.58 bid, 6.5V asked. Chicago Closing Prices, Wheat, May. 5Sf4®S8; Com, May, 44W®Ak: Oats. May, 2HiS5t(i: Pork, May, 10.15; bid: 1.» rrt, May, « 47!«.; asked. Ribs, May, 5.1605.2714. Heald and Co. Become the Owner* at What Is Considered a Very Low Figure. Ihc T-.aglen Loaera The Lewis building, located at the southeast corner of Seventh and Market streets, and a landmark since 1822, was aoid at public auction this morning to Heald* Co for $25,950 The oropsrty waa owned by the Knights of Golden Eagle Hall Company, who bought it for $38 000 About $10,000 has been paid and there remain» $23,500 on mortgages, back taxes, etc A few days ago a private corporation outside the city offered $25,000 bnt it was not accepted The lot is 31 feet on Market street and 69'. feet on Seventh, and is thoroughly desirable. THE LEWIS BUILDING SOLD Looking Alter Better Roads. A bill is now pending before the General Assembly which provides for the widening of the new roed from Price's Corner to Union street to fifty feet. This Is a very much used road and the people there want it wider than fifty feet Next Friday evening a public meeting will be held in Elsmere to discuss the question, snd the outcome of that meeting will probably result In tho drafting of a new bill by 8 Hadmond Nmlth and Its presen talion to the 8 tate Legislature. Vielt the big Church Bazaar to night, at the Auditorium. Admission 10 cents. We Are Sellers Of up-to-date foot-wear, we know that the times demand aharp economy ; wa meet it with our prices, they are not equaled for smallness. Forman's, No. 10 East Fourth street, between Market and King. Your Free Bede Proposed. The management of the Delaware Hospital has decided that at least $1,000 Is needed for the support of four free beds in that institution for one yeir. We have in stork a number of pianos that have been taken in trade, including two Bteinways, two Knabe, one Weber snd many other good makes, which we will sell at special bargains ''Borblen Co , No. 710 Market etreet. Bole egeney for Knabe, Steinway, Ivers & Pond, Kimball, also seif-playing pianos and organs. Vlgft (b* big Church Biiaar tonight, at ths AadHcrius:. Adaiaelea 10 teats. The True Cure i Of all Nervous Troubles Is Found in PURE BLOOD ing, and you are in the condi tion which invites disease. If the Blood is pure and healthy, you have sweet sleep, nerve strength, mental vigor, a good appetite, and perfect digestion. Because upon the purity of the Blood depends the health of every organ and tissue of the Body. If the Blood is thin and impure there is weakness, Nervousness, That Tired Feel Hood's Sarsaparilla "I can't eat, I have no appetite," is the complaint of many people just now. This is because the bl«x)d Is in a sluggish and impure condition. Vitalize and enrich it by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and you will soon be hungry all the time because your blood will demand proper suste nance from good food. Nervous Dyspepsia. *• I suffered with what the doctors called Makes Pure Blood That is why tho Cures by Ilood's Sarsaparilla are permanent. They do not rest upon tho insecure support of temporary stimulant, opiate or nerve a compound, but upon the solid founda tion of vitalized, enriched and purified blood. Read this : Tho euro of Olivo Carl by Hood's Sarsaparilla has few equals iu medical history. Tho testimonial was first published two years ago, and a late letter from her mother says Olive con tinues in good health and "We are satisfied her remarkable cure by Hood's Sarsaparilla was permanent. Briefly stated the case was this: "When pelled to cut her hair, os she could not bear the weight of it. At first the change for the better was very gradual ; the pains seemed to bo less frequent and the swell ing in some of the joints subsided after using about one bottle. Then improve ment was more rapid and one night ehe surprised us greatly by telling ns that we need not prop her up in bed as we had one for several months, and next night she surprised us still more by rolling nervous dyspepsia. I could hardly walk over across the bed. Prom that time on I and could hardly keep anything on my Improvement was Very Rapid j stomach. I doctored for six or seven years and she soon began to creep about the I but the different medicines did not do me house and then to walk on crutches. Now I any good and I grew steadily worse. I she generally uses but one crutch, the dis- j would have sick headache for three days ease having left one leg crooked, and I fear j and nights causing me such agony that it it will remain so. We feel that to Hood's | seemed as though I would rather die than Sarsaparilla we owe our child's life. *» lire. I was told to try Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Pure Blood Olivo was 8 years old she had the whoop -1 ing cough and measles, followed by in tense pains in every joint in her body, like rheumatism. Physicians were puz zled, but after a consultation, pronounced tho disease some form of Constitutional Scrofula. When we began to use Hood's Sarsapa rilla, she could not bo moved without crying out with pain, and wo were com I enclose the photograph of my daugh ter and I think it is a picture of perfect health. When I think how near she was to death's door I cannot feel thankful enough for her recovery. Carl, Reynoldsvllie, Pennsylvania. The greater includes tho less. Buch a cure as the above must convince you that Hood's Sarsaparilla is a wonderful blood purifier. Give it a trial this spring. and did so. When X had finished the third bottle I was so much better that I could eat things that 1 had not dared to cat be fore for years. I have taken six bottles and feel like a different person. Simon Decker, Buggies, Pennsylvania. " Refreshing sleep has been given me by Hood's Sarsaparilla and I now rest well and do not feel tired In the morning as X used to." John Ckakj, Somerville, Mass. ■ I Mrs. J. A. M Etfla An Exciting Runaway. While petroling his beat In the Eastern part of this city, about 10 30 o'clock this morning, Officer Gunn saw a horse drawing a no top buggy dash down Fifth street. The animal ran to Chnret street, then ran to Eleventh thence t> Walnut and from there to Twelfth gtree' where he was stopped by a colored man, who took him away.Three tree boxes were demolished in front of Smith & Painters factory, and at Twelfth and Walnnt the buggy was dsstud to pieces against a telegraph pole. The horse wasn't in jured. The owner couldn't be learned. Sheri O' Glllls in Red I.Ion. Sheriff Glllls this morning went to Red Lion, where he eold the personal effects of Chester W Mews, consisting of seven horses, six colts, fifteen cows, 200 bushels of corn and other "Impedimenta" of the farmer bTeTsIL [hRjy DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL PARLORS, 703 Market St., Wilmington, Del. Extracting Without Pain. EXTRACTING. mjiTiii VIT A LI 7 KD WITH "TONALGIA," wide awake. TEETH FILLED WITH SILVER BOLD F ILLINGS."..... gö» n f Tenth • • n « o , n ll OBSt O0t, OR KUDuSY, Gold and AllUfflinUm PlfttSS. sold Caps and Crown and Bridge Work, i 28c AIR OR GAS.50c - Me *lup $5 $8 Dentistry in All Branches. THE EMPIRE DEPARTMENT STORE. 209 MARKET STREET. Crowdetl to the Ooors. Snch was the result of to day's bargain sale. In fact yon cannot afford to stay away, where snob a magnitude of low prices reign. Goods ara mai ked down so cheap that will dazzle the eyes of the keenest buyer. To day's sale will be continued Monday; February 25th. _ The Empire Department Store 209 Market Street. J. B. COOPER, PIANO TUNER «NO REGULATOR, WITH HUBELEN, .V CO., 710 MARKET STREET. A ETTER LOUK OVER 1 your wardrobe anti »«e if t here are not ho ce gar. ment« which. If properlv CKaued and Dyed, will be good as new. VMS B A. F. BOKNET. 71« MARKE r ST. Pozzoni's Complexion PcnrrsB produce» a »oft and heaatifql sklu; combines every element of beauty and parity_ _ ' RANKING AND FINANCIAL* T. D. HOOPER & C0. f BANKERS AND BROKERS, lO New Street, ST. Y. Members of the New York Stock Exchange. BRANCH OFFICE; 810 Market Street, Wilmington, Del. New York Rates of Commission. SPECULATION. We offer »reclal facilities to operators large or small, for tr ding on margins in stocke, grains or provls o.a Market letters publish-d weekly. Orders received on one percent mar gins. Onr book. "Speculation, or How t Trade''mailed free. C. F VanWinkle & Co., 23« LaSalle St .Chicago. Mention this paper. SPECULATION, HAMMOND & CO Stock and Bond Brokers •» 130 and 132 Pearl Street, NEW YORKCITY. N. Y. Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and sold, or carried on margin, P. S.—Send for explana tory circular on speculation, also weekly market letter, (Free.) H. L. EVANS & CO M Bankers and Brokers. I 1 Cm Eighth and Markst Sts Ordere for the purchase and sale of stocks ar d bonds executed on all the exchanges. investments arranged in stocks, bonds and mortgages. Money loaned on mortgagee. Draft« on England and Ireland at loweet rates Home securities bought and sold. Artisans' Savings Bank NO. 502 MARKET STREET. ; Wilmington. Delaware. ; Open'dally from 8 . 0 'clook a. m. until 4 p. m • 886,844 8 » •747 801 84 A «sets. Deposits, •110.488 18 Surplus, "Interest allowed on deposit« of money fa* one or more calen 1 st months et the rat« of 4 per oeat. per «ni um, Money loaned os mortgagee on rea p-ate. GEORGE W. BUBH, PreeWent. J. AUGUSTUS M oOAULLKT, Vlce-pre*X K, T. TAYLUrl, Bee'? and Tree«. JOSEPH M. MATHER. Auditor November l. IMS. FOR SALE. 1018 West Seventh Street, 8 rooms, front por< b. A nice property, well located. For particulars apply to GEO. R. TOWNSEND & CO., No. 804 Market Street PUB LIC S ALE. Dwellings and Building Lots, ON SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1895, At 2 o'clock, p. m., AT THF. BUILDERS' FXGBH6S. 1011 Fast Thirteenth ftreet. 2-etory brick, fi ro me enrt bath. Lot 13 2x4« N- rthwest corner Second and Searles streets, 2 etorv brick. 6 r oms snd shed Lot 15-0x8841. 80 West Thirteenth nfre»t 2-atory brick, 6 mi ms a»d shed. Lot 16 fix r 4 4, 1231 Walnut street. 2-atory brick, 0 rooms and hath lot 11-OxSl 0 to 4-feet alley 1105 We»t Seven! b street 8-storv br1c v . 10 room* and bath. Lot 18 0x85 II, to 2-feel alley. 810 Orange street. 3-story brick, 10 rooms and bath. Lot30-0x78-0, 33 Fast Seventh street. Lot 14-60-86-0. 1105 L-ncaster avenue. 3 story brick, 10 rooms and bath. DM- 143 10 Nice home at Elsmsre, on Northern avenue north «Ide, between Wilmington and Bolt!' more avenues, story, 8 rooms, hast r, ho« and cold wa'or. Lot 60)160. Examine thl» before the sale If von want a home in this growing suburb of Wilmington. Old established store 1209 Market street, rooms and store; store room 45 feet deep, with meat room for cold meats, etc. Lot 24-6xlOO. Very desirable property. Examine before the sale. Tea (10) lots or plots of ground, fine building lot«, most of them positively sold. See large bills for location. Most of heae properties will positively'!)« •old, and a rare chance for investors. Ex amine them all before the sale and judge for yourself. Terms: 5 per cent, cash on day of sale Terras for balance made known day of sale. Taxes for 1804 paid by the seller. HEALD & CO., Seventh end Market streets: Agent« to effect sale. L. W Eticbam & Son, Auctioneers Th« Bf»t Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use In time. Sold by Druggists. j 1 prosnmo wo have used over L ono hundred bottles of Piso'a " Cure for Consumption in my family, and I am continually advising others to get it. Undoubtedly it is the sagEgmsEE Best Cough Medicine I ever used.— W. C. Miltenbergeh, Olaricm, Pa., Doc. 29, 1894.-1 sell Pbo's Cure for Consump tion, and never have any com- — ilaints.—E. Shorey, Postmaster, îhorey, Kansas, Dec. 21st, 1894. arCTJM!LüH5G The Bust Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. U»e In lime, □Bold by Druggists. famsasEc GOOD COUNTRY BUTTER, FRESH EVERY WEEK, AT 9 9 S. W. Cor. 6th and Madison Streets. Walter h. podesta, EYE SPECIALIST .Ü1ÜQUEEH & CO now or V,\ Valter H. Podesta ft Go., Optical Specialists, Ptilla., I Will be In WILMINGTON, DEL., as usual, every FRIDAY, In the office of MB. WM. J. FISHER. Äa. »be MARKET STREET, ae long occupied by him. Appreciating tie kindly favor« of patronage he ha* received from tt»ÆS citizen* of Wilmington, he respectfully Invite* al! thus« troubled with Headache, or who«« eye» are oansing discomfort litany way to s • oil on biro and receive FREE the advice hi* knowledge and long expérience warrant him In glv'ros. REMEMBER. NO CHARGE let exsrointus row ere«. Satisfaction Invariably guaranteed. fv vjf' 1 )l 4 WE LL CARRY In OVER LESS CLOTHING heavy we'ghfsthan we have done lor several seasons, and while we have not a big stock left there is yet a good assortment of styles and sizes, and we are particularly anxious to move as many as we cau. The low prices have done the business for us, and if yon have any present or prospective need of a Suit, Overcoat, Ulster, Storm Coat, Reefer, Coat and Vest or Trousers, come in and see Just what we can do for you in style, size and price. No matter how low the price or how much it has been marked down you get 10 per cent, off additional, except from lew of the 15 Ulsters yet in stock. Goods just as freely ex changed if th*y don't suit yon. Money as cheerfully refunded if you prefer it. We want your trade and influence more than the profit on one trans action . Closed evenings except Sat urdays at 6 o'clock. H JAMES T. MULL1N & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th 4 Market, Wilmington. Ming Better THAN GOOD The finest, highest grades made at the lowest prices known Per Barre Jones' Hungarian Roller Flour at Pilsbury's Best Roller Flour at Washburne's Gold Medal Flour at Patapsoo Superlative Flour at The Finest Buckwheat Meal at 8 Ibe. 26c. AT — J. J. SMITH'S, *0URTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS Madison Avenue HOTEL riadlson Ave. and 58th St., NEW YORK. per day and up. Fireproof and first-class in every par ticular. Two blocks from the Third and Sixth Avenue Elevated railroads. The Madison and 4 th Ave, and F«tt Line cars pass the door. » H. M. CLARK, Pass. Faaaenger Elevator tuna ail night. V. American Tim s.