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LOCiL SOCIETY NEWS
Wiîmingtomans at the House
Warming of the Girard Alumni.)
AN ESJOYABLE LUOHRL PARTY
Given at the Home of Mrs. Worrilow
East Evening—Mr, and
McFadden Give a Pleasant Party.
Some Other Events of Interest
Wilmington People and Their Friends,
Ai) oom.unmcatyons intended for insertion
a this oommn should be addressed to (Society
*llto are of the itivaaiso Jopbsul. Coew
oiunlcauoD* should be written on one «Ido of
Ute sauer oui».
Mrs. Daulel
to
Gave a Pleasant Party.
Mr. and Mrs Daniel McFadden
gave a
pleasant party at their heme 1 Tuesday
evening, in honor of Miss Maggie Mc
Fadden and Mrs. John Fry.
Among tboE6 present were: Mr. and
Mrs D McFadden, Mrs' John Fry, Miss
Maggie McFadden, Miss Moliie L Clark,
Miss Elsie Stoops, Miss Allwine, the
Misses Allen, Miss Jennie Miller. Mt-s
Annie Hammings, Miss Katie Whalen,
Miss Mamie Whalen,
Maisack,
Mis»
Eva Pennington,
Mr and Mrs. H Giles, Wildam Joyce,
William Snyder, Mr Sneeds, William
Babbitt, H-nry Guyer, W.rreu Talbert,
Charles Curtis, Mr Lawrence. Mr
Sullivan, Dr. Cole and wife. Mr and
Mrs Talbot, William Whalen.
The time was passed in music, d »Do
ing and games, and at midnight an
elaborate supper was served.
• 'aisy
Miss
Concerning an Old Delaware Preacher.
George Ross, one of the signers of the
Declaration of ludepeudence, is one of
the characters which will be imperson
ated in the historical tableaux which
Philadelphia society folk are giving,
His father was Rev George Ross, rector
of the first Epu,copal church in N
Castle, who came from Rorshtre, Scot
land, and was a direct descendant of the
Earls of Ross.
A brother of George Ross married a
Miss Claypoole, who was well-known as
Betsy Ross, the designer of the first
American Bag
A number of Wilmington society
pe pie will go to Philadelohia to morrow
evening to see the tableaux.

Object to tbe Hie Sleeves
Photographers complain that women's
sleeves are
enormous nowadays that
the utmost skill has to be used in posing
a subject in order to get them into « plot
ure. Homebody devised the ingenious idea
of tnrning tbe ordinary cabinet photo side
ways, and m that manner tbè huge leg
o'muttons get a fall show Bicycle
sweaters with big s'eeves are now in
evidence.
At a Euchre Pany.
There wg3 an enjijable euchre Darty
at Mrs. Worrilow's, No. 835 Tatnall
street, last evening, and xnauy games
were played
A cake was won by Harry
MeCutchean as first prize for beiog the
best player ot the evening
Borne of the guests were; Miss E l»
M. Hopkins, Harry McCutcheou, MIes
B essie Lupton, Mr aud Mrs George
Ainecow, Misses Marion and Edith
Alnscow.
Wtlralngtonians Were Present.
The Girard College Alumni held a
house warming in the new headquarters
in Philadelphia, last night. Among those
present were Rev. S. B Meestr, and
Deputy Recorder of Deeds Edwin, A
Reed, from this city.
Social and Personal Notes.
J. D Chalfaut is in New York to day.
Ell G Griffith, of the Ninth ward, will
start for Kansas City, Mo , about the
latter part of Ap.-il, where he will locate.
Mr. Griffith is a member of the Demo
cratic City Executive Committee.
Soores of Germans attended the
twenty fifth anniversary of the weddiDg
of Daniel Maier, president of the Dela
ware 8n>ngerbund, in German Hall.
Rev. Paul Isensobmidt, Editor Schade,
of the Washington Sentinel, and Anton
Hauber mad - cheerful speeches aid tbe
Scngerbnnd sang. Mr. Maier was
presented with a handsome tea service
The weak, the ill, the pale and wan,
Will find their strength returning,
And Stoeckle's Pure Beck Beer
Wiil satisfy theit yearning
Ami Still Burglar* Burgle.
The cases reported to the police authori
ties are becoming monotonously frequent.
They generally occur in the oui lying
•wards, which are very difficult forofticers
to thoroughly cover. The latest reported
occurred shortly after midnight, when
an attempt was made to bieak into the
house of Isaac L Bay lis, opposite Shellpot
Park. Mr Baylis heard the noise and
made an investigation, when tbe thieves
tied.
Lengel's "Bock Beep' Is made of the
best Canadian malt ani Bavarian hops, a
pure and wbolesom« beverage
your bottler for it. On tap March 29.
Both Bide Were Laid Over.
At the afteruoon meeting of tbe
Trustees of the Poor yesterday It was
decided not to accept either the bid of
George K Kennedy, the Philadelphia
expert or of Wattrmau Brothers, of
Hamorton. Pa, for sinking artesian
wells providing the county institution
with an entirely new water supply
wa* deoldtd to »dveitise for proposals
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THE GENERÄL ASSEMBLY
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Continued Prom Pirat Page.
no unman possibility eau evil come from
it. Those cf U8 who have taken a deep
Interest iu this subject will rejoice that
we had a Legislature that measured up
to enlightened public needs and that had
the conrago to do just what the highest
public intererts of onr state demanded."
Among others present, bnt who did not
speak, Kero Judge Bill, Colonel Euoch
Moore, Henry O Morse, Samuel Biddle,
Clement Smythe, Mr. and Mrs. A D
Warner, Miss Garrett and job H Jack
• un
The hearing had a very favorable effect
upon the members
For the ".Hlaaltslppl" Dili.
The House Committee on Tempsrauce
gave a hearing In the parlor to Job H
lackson, Rev William P Swart*. Hon.
Thomas B Smith, Charles Howland,
Professor I. D. Johnson, A D Warner
aud Rev. T. E. Terry, advocates of the
temperai ca reform bill drawu by the
Law nd Order Society and endorsed by
the Wilmington Conference as the "Mis
sbelppi" bill They ms (la eloquent and
earnest speeches for a favorable report.
More Overhead Itiiilge Trouble.
Peter L Cooper, Jr., legislative »gent
for the Wilmington and New Oastle
Electric Reilway Company, had a hearing
before the Senate Committee on Priva 1 e
Corporations yes'erday and made an
earnest plea for exteuded privileges for
his road He received but little Infor
cnallou that was consoling The com
mittee has tacked on overhead bridge
amendments which will be fatal to the
proj-ct, but Mr. Cooper bop s to bsable
to induce it to strike them out.
For the Suspended Bill.
Hariy Emmas and Philip R, C'ark
wera iu town yes erday la the iuterest of
tu« G >rdon Heights railway supplement,
which is now hung up In the Senate They
were'accompanied by George Lodge, who
is also interested in several legislative
bills
Mnat Have It Printed.
Richard W Crook, the Wilmington
and Braudy wine Springs Rtil way Com
pany magnate, was here yesterday He
found an dber snag in the channel, for
Cnairmau Jolis, of the House Committee
on Private Corporations informed h m
that, be would have to have the supple
ment priuted at the company's expanse.
Growth of the City.
City üouuoilman Staats and Chief
Engineer Wilson, of the Engineering aud
Surveying Department, of Wilmington,
were in town yesterday Their mission
was to convince the members that the
bouodaii-'S of Wilmington should be
extendtd beyond Riverview
Water Witch Wants a Chemical.
The Water Witch Steam Fire Engine
Company wants to pat in a chemical
engine It wishes to be included with
' Washy" and Phoenix in the bill
authorizing City Council to make an
additional appropriation of $2 000 to
eacu of those companies for ths meinte
nance of their ohemioal engines,
True Inwardness of the Scheme.
Ex Clerk of the House William Gum,
of Frankford, lingers at the Capitol
Hotel eettlu'em up to two grain quiniue
pills once and awhile but doing nothing
more reprehensible. The bill to Incor
porate the Rabbit Gnaw Hotel and Im
provement Company is yet in the hands
of the House Committee on Private Cor
porations. A London and Berlin syndicate,
represented by Iglestein and Inckermann,
the New York bankers, has it hung np.
The syndicate wants the merger clause
knocked out, and the capital stoek re
duced from $25,000.000 to $15.250 000.
Mr Gum will not accede to their request,
it is rumored that the ex clerk merely
wauts the charter in order to secure oou
trol of the Harbeaon, Sandtowu, Burrs
ville and Bianco Traction Company, and
that the Wilmington City Railway C >m
pany is working hand in glove with the
syndicate to frustrate the designs of the
Napoleon of finance from Fnukfoid.
A Masonic Substitute.
Representative Burton will introduce
a bill to incorporate the Masonic Trust
Company, of Lewes. It will be a sub
s'itute for the bill he previously intro
duced incorporating the Masonic lodge
of that town.
Want. Two Dividends.
School district No. 38. of New Castle,
wants two dividende Representative
Reybold wil! introduce a bill dividing
aud consolidating It.
Ihe Colonel's Floral Offering,
Colonel Eaoch Moore, walked into the
Senate chamber yesterday morning aud
presented to Speaker Watson a bouquet
of be&utifu'. carnations. The speaker
made a short speech of acceptance aud
spent the time iuhatlng tbe fragrance
of the flowers uutil they were stolen
and hidden In Senator Records'» waste
basket. After a time they were restored
to him.
Not Lees Than Five Nor More Than Fifty.
An act to incorporate the Franklin
Improvement Company was introduced
by Repiesentative Pyle. The incorpora
tors are William W. Lobdell, George G.
Lobdell and Calvin l Swayue. The
capital stock shall not be te s than
$5,000, nor more than $50,000.
Went a Loner Tax,
An aot to repeal chapter 75, of volume
18 Laws of Delaware, was given uotlce
of by Representative Townsend. The act
sought to be repealed provides that
school district No 173 Sussex county,
shall raise $150 tax Instead of $75
Divided ou Representation.
The House Committee on Coustttu
ttoual Reform Is divided ou the matter
of representation A resolution offered
by Representative Pyle aud referred to
the committee provided for the hi
partisan uouveutiou composed of forty
eight delegates—twelve from Wilmlug
ton. twelve from rural New Castle atd
twelve from Kent and Sussex—and
authorized the cornual'tee to employ a
lawyer to draw up a bill on those lines,
Tbe committee made a majority and a
minority report yesterday Tbe former,
algued by hepreaentatives Moore and
Davis, recommended sixteen delegates
from each county, while tbe minority
report, signed by Representative Rev
bold, fav-red fifty delegatee, twenty
from New Castle and fifteen from etch
of the other counties. Tbe H .use laid
the report over for oue day.
The Bepnal.r Passed.
The Senate passed Senator Moore u bill
repealing the law passed last session
limiting judgment liens on real estate to
ten years Senator PyJe objected to New
Castle county being included in tbe
repeal. He said that the pe. pl« of tbe
upper county wanted the law for their
own protection. A motion to recommit
woe made hy him but was lost Heuatog
Ecccxds said that it would be a danger
one Wll to amend and that, after the total
repeal, if the membtr from New Castle
wduIü introduce a bill making the limit
apply only to Now C&atle county he
w >nld vo*n for ft, When the rote was
telieu on the passage of a repealer it wa3
tv cried the t wo lower counties voting
s tüdfy against the upper one
The Dlutrlct Boundaries,
Senator Pyle introduced a bill dtfiuiug
b uudartes of tic three county aesess
uieut districts of Wilmington hundr. d.
It provides that the First district sha'l
comprise the First, Second. Fourth and
Right U wards: Second, the Third, Fifth,
Tenth, E eveoth and Twelfth wards;
Third, the Sixth, Seventh and Ninth
wards All assessments now or heretofore
uisde and the collections of taxes are
made valid.
Legislative Notr*.
Msyor E G Sbortl dge was in the
State House looking after the rntuy
city bills In which he is interested.
Walter H Hayes, of Wilmington, was
iu Dover yesterday.
Among the State Hcnse visitors yesher
! ay was W. W. Knowl.s, of Sesford,
Clerk ot the Senate Ha-,tinge's familiar.
J. Ciayton Erb, of Philadelphia, left
for horns jrsfevdsy.
Rev C W Prettvman officiated In
C aplain Cort's stead In the Senate
yiaterday morning
J Edvaid Addioks ret rued to Dover
yesterday. He is locking well and still
ssys that it will be Addicks or nobody.
the Senate
few words
Daring the mo
ahamb.-r and exchanged
with Senator Hanhy.
A bill to incorporate the Fidelity
Storage Company will be introduced by
Representative Pyle
Representative Townseud gave notice
of an aot to incorporate the town of
Selby villo
Senator Pyle introduced a bill to
tcc irpora'.e the North American Con
struction Co ., pany.
Anna E aud Joseph H Cooper want to
bo divorced ai d Representative Money
his introducel their hill.
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A Narrow Lucip« for Haby.
Yesterday afternoon a team belonging
to Theodore Grossen. of Brandywine
Springs, became frightened at Second
and Adams streets aud ran away. At
Maryland avenue and Bird street the
team collided with a baby coach belong
ing to Mrs Winn and from which ehe
had just taken her child The horses
ware caught after running a short
distauce further. The baby carriage
was demo Jahnd, a child standing near
was knocked down but not badly hurt,
aud the horses were scratched consider
able bnt not damaged.
Look fer John A Langera Bock Beer
signs, aud give it a trial Yon have only
once In a year a chance to indulge iu
Bock Beer John A Lsngel's beer has
the reputation of being pure, wholesome
and appetizing The same can be said
of Lrngel'a Bosk Beer. It is in regard to
quality unsurpassed Try it, yon will
dud it every where, and if you like it,
rec >pjmend it to your friend. On tap
Friday, March 29
Bituminous Coal
For steam, from beat mines.
George H McCall Company,
Eighth and .Shipley attests
Musicians, ac ■ r., artists gay,
And j lurniiiUts capricious,
For this Bock Beer that htoeckle's brew,
Our Famous B>ck Beer delicious.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST.
When Sophie Lyons, tho noted shoplifter,
wo« arre tea in St. oau.s & much-thumbed copy
ol '• trilby" was found iu her poese Mo.'. 'J hiu
will not be used against Her at the trial.—New
York World.
The way to reach catarrh is through the
blood. Hoort's 8arsAp.irJlla, by purify iug the
blood, remove« the (.«.use of the disease and
permaneuiiy cure« catarrh. Takeonly H »od's
•iood's Pills act easii>, yet promptly and
effectively, on the liver aud bowels. 2«>c.
"There is a disc ssion in the mus cal world
about Paul's higb-et note " "dJ I under
stand." "Well, when she was aong this way
Inst Lwas a $) one "—Atlanta Journal
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SURGEON DENTIST.
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Open evenings till 8 o'clock.
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500
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811 Market Street.
Tb« limn* •py-uun .r
WAYNE'S
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porcu unently cured In 15 u)
t»o treated at b'*nuo fot
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35 days. Von
thentme price underline guaranty. U
you prefer to c«*me here we will oontruct
to pay railroad fare and hotel hill«, arl no
chanre.lf wefailtocure. If you hove taken nier
ciiary« iodide itoionh, and atJM have neb«*an
pains, M ucoufl V»» ehe» in mouth. Sore Throev
Flraplee, Copper Colored 8pot«» Ulcers oi
any part of the body. Hair or Eyebrow« full*a;
out» It Is this Syphilitic ItLOOl) POISON t*i%
we iruarantee to cure. We solicit the most ohsti*
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Hell.f In Htx Hour,,
Distressing kidney and b'adder diseases re
luved in siv honrs by tne -New Oteat i-nnth
American Kidney Cuie." Thin new reined}
is a ureal surprise on ar connt of its exceed mg
pr^mptnese in relieving pain tnthe bladder,
kidneys, back and «very part of'he urinary
passages in male orfemale. It relieves re en
ti ui of watPT and pain in passing it alm.rtd
irrwne .lately. If you want quick relief and euro
this fs yonr remedy, told uv 3 .5*. Beetem and
Z. Janies Beit, drUggis'.», tVilmingUm, DoL
WM. B. SHARP
&c OO.
Fourth and Market Sts.
Adelina—Ladies'
Habit Cloth in the choicest
shades this season, one of the
best things for capes and suits
—44 inches wide and at the
lowest we ever sold this grade
—85c.
French
tan
cream
golden brown
dark green
steel
navy
b'uet
media ci tan
cardinal
olive
Priestley's Black Dress
Goods in splendid assortment.
We are large handlers of these
elegant black fabrics and only
sell standard blacks— Eudora
—the best smooth faced fabric
ever made, and complete lines
of plain and fancy weaves
Sure to be interesting to any
a ,l dc t"o g ,.h: r fcTo, " a
remarkable bargains in black
cashmeres for 39c, worth half
as much more.
Those real Shanghai black
silks—27 inches wide—75c
worth for 39c per yard—one
half of the lot sold in one day.
Don't miss this opportunity.
Three grand bargains in
Chenille Curtains of entirely
new patterns for single doors,
double doors, or window drap
ery; all beautifully bordered
and with top border and
fringed top and bottom.
$2 50 from $4 00
$4 00 from $6 00
$5 00 from $7 50
In crimson, tan, mode, blue,
gold, golden brown and olive.
Our reduced Carpets are be
ing taken with a rush. Not an
old pattern among them, and
full line of Roxhury and
Stinson Tapestry Brussels in
the best patterns of this season
Lowell and
Bigelow Body Brussels'95c per
yard. The best looking and
best quality Ingrain Carpet
you ever bought for 25c per
yard with a large line of the
finest all-wool Ingrains for 50c
per yard,
difficulty in having your car
pet work done later on; make
your selections now. Our car
pet rooms are large and light,
no difficulty of seeing here.
Your best time for being
promptly waited on is in the
morning.
65c per yard.
You'll find more
WM 13 . SHARP & CO.
Fourth and Market streets.
Awnings!
Awnings !
«
In Time of Calm
R. W. Blrnie ft 8ou aie beginning
their thirty fifth year of Awning Making.
Bend orders for repairing old, and mak
ing new Btore and Window Awnings of
all shades aud colors. Having the best
facilities we can guarantee the best work
at the lowest, prices, as all onr men ar*
practical sail »nd awning makers. Sol.
agents for Cogle's P&teut Roller. Cas
tome«' Awnings Stored Free of Charge.
R. W. B1RNIE & SON,
Front and Market 8ts.
TELEPHONE 254.
A
,ce Cpl
ü. R. 4 th.St
tuniiD
non ' RTY-RADCt,lFF.--On March SS.
U®5, a: the f treeii Hill parsonaae. hy Rev. K.
W. Long, Jo'in Doherty. of Henry Clay and
Ellen Rauollff, of HccKland,
DIEU.
BH4DWAY —In thlsciiyon 25th Instant,
T nmas S. Headway, in his 5« year.
FOX -Oa March 25, 1895. J. Morton, sou of
dames C. and Addle Fox. og.d 5 months.
GRIFFITH —On March di, Edmund, young
est I iid of Wll um I', and Abate v. wrifllih
aged 1A months.
nmOTXS —At. Delaware City, on Friday.
March 3i, Mrs. Harriet Higgles, in her Win
ysar.
H08KKN.—On March 35. 1805, Albert, son
ot Thomas H. and the lat« teilen liiuken,
aged 20 years.
PATTF.RBON.-Un Maroli îî. 1895, John C.
Patt. rson, In his 80th year.
TR AVERA.- In this city, on the 'tilth In
stant, Lydia A., wife of the late Thomas H.
Travers. In the 59th year of her age.
WIER .-Ou M-rchiffl, 1895,Sarah W 1er, wife
nt .lohn Wler. aged 88 tears.
GEORGE T. BARNHILL,
ÖNDERTAKER^IMBALMER
K. W. Cor, 7th and Shipley Sts.
Phone 198.
Roshlenro.ïSSN T.tmill St.
W. H. ROBINSON, Jr„
UNDERTAKER—EMBMER
Office and residence,
101 West Seventh Street.
Night calls promptly attended to.
JAS. T. CHANDLER,
UNDERTAKER,
Office and Residence, 111 Vest Ninth St.
(Night calls promptlySattwndsd.y
„tlTHE REAL ESTATE
a;iiuku leu
rH, NICHOLS.
BUEHLIR & NICHOLS,
Undertakers and Embalmers,
Telephone. 7hO,
613 RHIPLKY NT
DEPARTMENT
OF
THE EQUITABLE GUARANTEE
AND TRUST COMPANY
Will he found a convenient place for
owners if Real Estate to have their
business attended to.
Properties Bought, Solti, Rented
And gen' rally looked after for the usual
charges made fov such service.
Office hours, 9 a. m. to4 p. in,, in the
company's main office.
Tuesday and Saturday evenings in Room
208, Second Floor, from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Ninth and Market, Streets,
NICE DWELLING
FOR SALE
ON WEST STREET,
A GREAT BARGAIN
If sold within next ten days.
HEALDScCO
FOR RENT.
mVKLLINUH.
KIM Weal Ninth street, 9 rooms and bath,
äl «outh Clayton street, S room«.
I «27 Lincoln street. t> rooms and bath.
2t!S. Hairfson street, ti rooms anil batli.
raw West street, 1(1 rooms anil bath.
MC Wert Ne mul Hi.,ti ronnii, and hath.
IBM West. Eighth Ht.. II rooms and bath.
X:l3i« Market street, 7 rooms and bath.
1128 Chestnut street.
4115 H. Clayt in street, 11 rooms and hath.
•V 1 Van Buren street. 7 roomB and bath,
1997 Lincoln street. T rooms and bath.
831 1 'lai ton street, s rooms and bath.
908 King stieet, 10 room« and hath.
1404 UarriHon street, 9 rooms and bath.
301 East Sixteenth street. 8 rooms.
1314 E. Thirteenth street, Grooms and bath.
914 t'oolar street. S rooms amt bath.
430 422. 434 W. 17th street. (1 rooms and bath.
713 French str. et, 15 rooms and bath.
501 Shearman street.
F'freenih aud Claymont streets.
1016 Washington street, 10 rooms and bath.
22i Maryland avenue.
1334 Claymont Street
House at (Jordon Heights, » rooms
For List of Stores »or rent. Call at Office.
GEO. R. TOWNSEND & CO.,
No. 804 Market Street.
RALPH C. LUPTON & CO.,
Real Estate and Conveyancing,
No. »25 Market Street.
Money to loan on good first Mortgagee.
I leslrable stores and houses for rent aud for
sale.
Some special bargains to offer.
WHY SUFFER
WITH A BAU
COUGH or COLD
When oue bottle » i
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL BAlSIM
Will give you instant rulief ? ocld sctlrely
on its merits. Tiy it.
Prepared by
Reliable
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DrnsKifct,
Seventh and Orange Sts.
Wilmington, Del.
'
CLOTHING * STOCK
TO BE SOLD
OUT.
In
Order to Convert Our Large Stock of
Clothing Into Cash Within a Limited
Time We Commence the Sale To-day.
250 Boys' and Children's Overcoats, were $3, $3.50, $4
and $5, to go at $i, $1.50.
200 Men's Overcoats,were $8 to $20 to go at $3,$5, $8,$10.
Lot of Men's medium and heavy-weight Suits in S. B.
Sack and Cutaway Coat, were $8, $10, $12, $15 to go at $4,
$5, $6 and $7 50.
Lot fine black worsted Suits in sack, cutaway and frock
coats, were $15, $22, to go at $7.50, $11,00.
Lot Men's 3 and 4 button cutaway Coats with Vests,
made to sell at $14, $16, very fine, to go at $7.50 and $8.00.
Lot of Children's Spring Styles Suits, $4 to $6, to go at
$2 00, $3 00.
Lot Boys' Spring Suits, good style, good material, $10
to $14. to go at $3. $4, $5, $7.50.
Lot Children's Suits made to sell at $5.00, to go at
$1.75. Lot Reefers for Children 4 to 7 years, $2.50; were
$5 and $6.
Men's Furnishings at same rate—about one-half price.
In the Custom Department we make a decided cut Suits
to order, $15, $18, $20, $25, $30; formerly $22 to $40.
We can show you as fine a selection as you'll find in the
city. The whole stock to he closed out in short space.
Don't think it's old goods or out of date. But remember it's
new and desirable goods suitable for this Spring's wear. And
must be sold in certain time.
1. W. G1BNEY,
TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
EIGHTH UND MARKET STREETS
THE WONDERFUL BARGAIN STORE.
Ko. 616 Market Street.
CALL AND HKK OVR EASTER NOVELTIES.
SOMK OF THIi 0091) IIAROAlNi
Children's Handkerchiefs,
I Villen' Handkerchiefs.
Ladite' Handkerchiefs red ure, I from fxuuBo
lient.«' While Hewstilah r. gnlar 10c kind, -V
Genie' Turkey Red find Pongee Hflkf's,
Towels that sell elsewhere for ll'i: tmtr,
iVe have some nice ones. aHk lor them.cn, h Kta
Hple did tied and Torchon 1 see. 3 and 5c > d
Go d Hair Pine.
Machine Spool Silk, loi yards, - 2 spools fio
Shoe Laces, good end stroll», dozen, and 5
A regnl-r ISO and 30c Hair Brush f .r
Patent Thread, etiong,
Oarpet tacks.
Big reduction In Fine Toilet Boat*,
Call ami be convinced. Even body Welcome. Sornu nice Eaeter
Baskets, 2 for 5c and 5c.
:> for Tkj
2 for fin
OLA.SSWABK
T;iM« Tumblern.
T.ili « TumMur*
Ltun> ChluiLey»,
i pt. rin cops.
4 |t. Pudding i'AllH,
J qt. Coffee Put,
H qt Dish Pan,
10 qt. I »Mi Pan, - spec ial price,LUo.
12 qt. Dieiti Pan. Hold elsewhere for 15c«
our price. *
10 qt. lush Kettle»,
Waah BowK -
Tin Covered Kettle«, -
b, ftp.
- eitcb, fir.
Ik , M aod ßc.
2 for fie.
Be
t
5c.
no.
- 6 for 5c and 3 lor Oc
10c.
special, 10c.
3c. 5c aud Sc.
from 3c up to 8c.
" spools 50
31 sixes for 5c
3 and Bo
IF YOU WANT GOOD BREAD
USE
Cream of Wilmington Flour,
25c. PER BAG, $3.85 PER BARREL,
MEREDITH'S 6th and Madison.
Tcliplione No. 660.
IGYCLES.
lyf/'.
k
ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES.
Warranted superior to any Iti.yi le built In the world, regardless of price,
j Do not be induced to pay more money for an Infer or wheel. Insist on hav
' lug the Waverley. Built aud vuaranteed hy the IndlanaBicycle Oo., a ml -
lion dollar uoncern, whose hoi d is as good as gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER. *85.
_ PYLE CYCLE CO., Exclusive Agents.
23 lb. LADIES, »75.
WALTER H. PODESTA,
EYE SPECIALIST,^QUEEN & CO
now or:
_ h Va Walt« H. ï odesta St Co., Optical Specialists, Ptitlr.,
WM \\ »** I*» WILMINGTON, OFL . asi.fluaU every FKIDAY. la
); / « !/MtlU vf MU. WM. .f. FfHHKR. No. «0« MAHitK
>i4/r*v /y iSTKKIÜT, ne long occupied by him. laims tbe kiucftf
^ / favor* of patronnare he ha* received from the beat mt-uetts of
Vv limlmrtnn, hfl respectfully Invitee all three troubled with
Heartache, or w hose eyes «re causing discomfort In any '»at to
call on him and receive FKEK the advice hi® knowledge and
I >ng experience warrant him In giving. ÎUCM KM BUR.
CH ARME for examlniiur votir eve*. KMUfar.trion Invariably sniarar»t**«d.
W'
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M*
$ 10,000
WORTH OF GOODS
Must bo sold by 25th of March.
The low pricoa will mote them,
E. T. RICHTER'S,
213 West Seventh St
BETTER LOOK OVER
5/yk U your wardrobe and sec
"V -S if there are nr* arise g-u
n .1 i-'n*: 1 whte'l. it OTorerlv
■r?7. Cleaned and Dyed, will
£-*44 he good as now.
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A- r. BOKNET,
7ir. rt-dnKWT JT
~Y
IF YOU WANT TO SAVE
Money » Shoes,
GO) TO
JOHN J. HAYES,
Hi E. 2mA St.
Wllmlagloti, Del.
J. B. COOPER.
F1AN0 TUNER ANfJ REGULATOR
Wit H
BOBELcSX^ va CO.,
7LO MARKET STRgCT.

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