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Pretty Noon Wedding at the Church of the Covenant. a THE CAETER-F0ABD MARRIAGE Impressive Ceremony at the Home of the Bride's Mother Near Iron Ulll Last Night—Alumni« of the High School to Ulve'.a Reception to the Girls'OIass of *90. 9 JI communications intended tor insertion 'V this column should be addressee to Society »ditot care of the Evalua Jonu»AI,. (Jom u. axucaùons should be written on one tide of « be paper only Wedded at Home. Ono of the prettiest but s'mplest ■weddings of the Summer occurred last night ac the quaint old stone bouse near Iron Hill, the home of Mrs. Mary Foard It was that of George Carter, managing editor of the Evknino Journal and Miss Anne Bowen Fonrd, of Cecil cuuaty Shortly after 8 o'clock, the officiating clergyman, Rev. Y H Bergbaus, of Doylestown, Pa,, uncle of the bride, took his place between the two front windows, and the strains of Mendelssohn an nouneed the coming of the bridal party. First came the ushers, Samuel Campbell, of Washington, D. 0 , aud D. C Foard, of Philadelphia, brother of the bride. Thqn the groom aud his best man, Dr. Thomas D. Cook, of this city, These were followed by the bridesmaids, Mieses Flora and Charlotte Ash.of Elktoi', Ml. The bride, preceded by the two smalt flower girls, Miss Madge Bowen, of Newark, cousin of the bride, and Mias EJna Armstrong, of Rising Sun, Kent county, Del., niece of the groom, came in leaning on the arm of her node, Levi K. Bowen, editor of the Newark Ledger, who gave her away Miss Anna Lewis played the wedding March. The bride wore a handsome gown of white faille silk, with pearl trimmings and a long tulle veil, and carried a bouquet of white roses Her golug away gown was of gray doth aud tailor built. The bridesmaids wore pretty gowus of ■white organdie, lace trimmed and carried La France roses. The flower girls wore white swigs frocks and carried carna tions. The house was tastefully dacora ted throughout with ferns and cut flowers for the occasion Among those who offered congratula lions were: ■Wilmington—Mr. and Mrs Charles William Edwards, Misses Bessie and Sarah Bowen, J Newman Davis, Miss Beba Blackburn, Miss Bessie Wyatt, Miss Bertha Wilson, Mr. aud Mrs Thomas W. Mulford, Eli M. Shilling, J Milton Davidson, George Davis, Albert Dougherty, Eikton—Miss Willie Davis, Mrs Warren Wilson, Colonel I D Davis, Miss M«ry Davis. Miss Mollie Davis, Harry M. Davis, Ü. 8 . Springer, Mrs. Charles Simpers, Mi=s Belle Simpers, Mr and Mrs Hanison Ed wards, the Mieses Edwards, Harry Edwards. State Senator O. O. Cmthers, George R Ash, Mies Helen Ash, Andrew Dean, Ollle Giles, Thomas J. Murray, Miss Bertie Dunbar, Miss Lillie Bennett, Mias Hannah, Hart nett, Mrs. Theresa Crouch, Mrs. Lizzie Hearne, Robert Brown, Mijs Bessie Cnlleny, Miss Maud Crow. Iron" Hill—Garrett Groves, Charles Ayres and family, Misses Mary and Emma Campbell, James Casho and wife, Miss Lizzie Hayes, Mrs. Martha Bur nite, Adolph Burnite, James K Burnlte, Misses Laura and Fannie Clark, Miss Fannie Scott, Miss Grace Dol ing. George Duling, Hon Charles Walton and wife, |Miss Marne Walton, Mr and Mn William Walton. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Smith, Mr and Mrs. William Smith, Miss Mary Smith, William Holton, Masters Charles and William Holton, Mr, and Mrs Joseph McNeal, Mr. and Mis Isaac Moody. Newark—Mrs Clark Paxson, John M. By wen, Mrs Levi K. Bowen, Miss Annie B. Lewis Philadelphia—Mrs, Judson Snodgrass, Mrs William Flanigan, Frederick Mc Msster, Miss Lizzie McMaster, Mulford H, Center, Mrs I P. Gmbh Baltimore—E. Algernon Walton, Doylestown—Mrs V H. Bergbaus. Kenuett Square—George M. Evans, Miss Hattie Evans. Lewisville,Pa,—Mrs. James Dougherty, Miss Edna Dougherty. Elmer Dougherty. Pennagrove, N J.—Mr and Mrs. P.H. T. Wyatt and James Wyatt. Smyrna—Joseph E Carter, Mrs. Mary H. Carter. Rising bun, Kent County—Mrs. Gilder Jackson, Mrs. Samuel Armstrong, Miss Ethel Armstrong. Baldwin—Mr aud Mrs. John Billlngsly, Miss Mamie Mll'er, Mrs. Anna Morrison, Miss Louella Billingsly, William Bil llugaly. Mr. ard Mrs Csrter received a number of beautiful presents, including silver, cat glass, fine china and furniture. Â handsome bedroom suit of solid oak was from the employes of the Eyeninu Journal. Among the cards were those of Governor Will am T. Wa'son, Repre sentative Wi lUmjWlleon, City Treas urer Joseph K Adams, ex-Speaker of the Senate John P. Donahoe and Lewis Basse, Esq. Noou Wedding To-day. A pretty wedding took place at high noon to-day at the Reformed Episcopal Church of the Covenant, Third and West streets. The bride was Miss Mary H. Peckworlh, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. John P. Peck worth,of No. 1010 Elmstreet, and Charles W. Cain, of this city, was the groom. The ceremony was performed by Kev. Charles F. Hendriqks. rector ths oharcb, ; Miss Nellie Parker and Miss Mabel Norris, of Philadelphia, were brides maids, and J. R. Myers and Edwlu Cain acted as ushers. The best man was John Peckworth, The Irlde wao given away by her father John P. Peckworth. The bride wore a becoming gown white silk and carried a bouquet bride roses, white siik frocks and carried Maréchal X7eil roses, with palms and potted plants. A reception was held at the home the bride's parents from 1.30 to 3 o'clock. Married at Trinity Chnrch. Miss Elizabeth McCall and Albert Stephens, both of this city, were married last night. The ceremony took place Trinity Church and was performed Rev. H Ashton Henry. The bride wore a handsome gown of pale bine silk carried a bunch of bride roses. She unattended No reception followed,owing to a recent death iu the family of bride. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens went on wedding trip North this morning. their return they will live at No. VanBuren street. Wedding Near Newark To-dav. Miss Ada Laura Steele, of near New ark, and William Joseph Davis, of ton, Md , will he married at 4 o'clock The bridesmaids also wore Tho church was decorated ■ uUeruoou at the home of the bride's parents. Mr and Mrs John S rein. Newman Daviq t.f this city, brother of «room, will be best man, and Miss Carrie K Jobuston, of Thompson, will be bridesmaid. ) Church Wadding at Laurel. Laurel, June 30 —Laurel was the scene of a marriage at, noon yesterday which united Mies Eliza Moore, daughter Dr W Joseph Hitch, aud Rev. Eugene Stillman, Rev. Or. Thomas, presiding elder ct the district of the Methodist - Episcopal obnrch, Resisted by Dr Frederick Klelu, retnimd missionary from China, performed the ceremony The church w.s beautifully trimmed for the occasion After a wedding dinner Rev and Mrs. Stillman left for Jarrettatown, Ha , where he is pastor of the MeibodUt Philadelphia Episcopal Church Seventy-six To-day. John 0 Sasse, Sr., one of Wilming-I ton's most esteemed and highly reap oted citizens, reached the seventy sixth mile stone In his life to day, aud th. event was duly observed by his friends. He] ■v»s born in Lammerdam, Germany, hm has f«r nearly half a ceutury been a resident of this city. For forty four years fa* has lived In tho same house, No, 306 French street, and there railed a family which has been credit to him, and a benefit to the city His children are Mias Mary Sasse, Msgis träte Lewis Sasse, Mrs Amelia Snyder, John C. Sasee, Jr., with Kelley & Co , Hrnfy YV. Sasse, with the Provident lea Company, Second Assistant Engineer of the Fire Depart - J-. 0 „ ment George W, Sasse and Mrs. Bertha Connery, The Evening Jouunal joins in manv good wishes to Mr. Sasse, Rr -8 trusts that he will reach the century mark. Reteyfitm to tho Girls of *95, The A in to î m of the High School will çive a reception to the gir.a of '95 iu Sdeu Hall on Friday evening, JuaeSS. from 8 to 11 o'clock p. m. The chaperones who will assist the committee in receiving will be Professor and Mrs. A H Berlin, Superintendent and Mrs. D. W. Harlan, President and Mrs Charles Baird, Mr and Mrs. Edgar James Monaghan, son of ex-Sqnire Monaghan, is home from a cruise South America and the Pacific. He was on the United States steamship Ben nington and was located at Sau Frau The last trip be made to Santiauo, whore the M. Hoopes, Mr. aud Mrs William E. Smith and Miss Mary Lackland, Home From His Cruise. ciaoo. was celebrated rebel Sedltv was taken ou board and transported to the Golden city. He was allowed to go on bis own recognizance. Mr. Monaghan has whole book full of adventures to tell and U entertaining bis friends with bis torles cf life on the other side of the Wilmington Man win* First Honors. Walter Ferris, of this city, one of graduating class of 113 young men Lehigh Usiverslty, was awarded fir»t honor in the class, and delivered valedictory oration at the commença meat exercises yesterday. In bis valedictory oration Mr. Ferris likened his class in attendance at university and its training at the hands of the faculty to a piece of Iron worked np from Its crude state into an ocean steamship ready to sail from porc, Bethlehem to the Moravians when they ounded It was a haven of rest after long and tempestuous voyage; to him and his classmates It has been a harbor fou fitting them out for voyages over unknown seas. Now they are equipped aud ready with full steam and sail, with sealed orders for a voyage Bat shonld the seas be rough, if the ship's design be good, they will eventually reach a pleasant harbor Before going on their voyage, though, the class, through the speaker, bade the Betble hems "a farewell until we meet again," continent. Will Revisit Old Scenes. Magistrate Sasse has received passports for several Wllmlngtonlaus who intend to spend a part of the Summer abroad Among them are J. A Lengel and Fred 0. Mammele, who will visit Germany Dr Frank E. Smith who will spend some time in England, and George Yaut, will visit old scenes on the continent. guvlal and Personal Notes. Mrs Sarah E Bennett, of No. 5 Twelfth street, will go to Kalamazoo, Mich., next week, to visit her brother B, J. Massey. Edgar T. Hastings, of Mlllsboro, in the city yerteiday. J. Norris Robinson attended the mtncement exercises of the Pennsylvania Military Academy at Cheater yesterday. M's î Bertha Satterthwalt will enter tain ths graduating class of the Friends School at her home in Stanton afternoon. Frederick C Krapf, of Newark, among the graduates at the commence-I ment exercises of Muhlenberg College yesterday. He will enter the Lutheran Seminary a' Mi. Airy, Pa., next Fall. a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Listerand of Free«i lea, sailed for Europe to-dsy. They expect to visit England. France, Germany. Sweden. Norway. Denmark and Russia. Thomas Cannon, of Laurel, Colonel E T. Cooper, of Dover, are the city on business trips. General W H Stevens, of Seaford, In the city this morning Job H Jackson has been In Boston H H. Huffington, one of the Wilming tonians now In San Domingo, probably return home on July 1 . At the Bird reception to-morrow log Professor George Albert will an excellent orchestra from this city. two days. A debate on the question, "Resolved, That the state shonld enact compulsory ecuoation laws," will be held this ingin the U A M E Church, street above Twelfth. THE Sheriff of Anne Arundel I „ . , T , __ f O., Md., says: '1 have 1 -v U\, I X( ;i 11 ' '• for indigestion and went- »torn:-. !i. V, Inch troubled me for some time, and was cured by them. y consider th.-m the Rrr.n family mrfrert ÄlXÄ? THOMAS |. LIMHLCUM, me taken after each meal, and kindred adnuni ru'f'A ^rlvr da. J. a. DrAN U t^ Yort U. A. M. E. Church To-night. Dyspepsia Pills These pilif, cure dyspep*» Al - river to at day race. had 1NTHESP0RTING WORLD Local Athletes Busy and Get ting Busier. by HELD 0ÎTI0EB8 FOB THE y. M. 0. A. The New Yorks were dislodged from s | X i b place yesterday by the Phila delphlas. Doyle's mcu lost a pitcher's battle to the Washingtons, while the yuske's beat the Baltimores by heavy b.'.tiug. The champions' downfall en abled "the Pittsburga, who defeated the Loutsvilles, to regain second piacs, but, the Bostons conliuned to s'rengthen Appointed XbU Morning to Officiate on Saturday—Note, of the National Game. Philadelphia Ol.lodae. New York Prom Sixth Place—Other Local Event*. this us In of ty their lead iby putting the Brooklyn to sleep quite easily, Philadelphia, 11; Baltimore, 5. Washington. 4; Now York, 3, Boston, 10; Brooklyn, 5 Pittsburg, 6 ; Louisville, 1. Philadelphia Now York. Tutal . Atteudaooe at tha llama s. 6,0110 I Boston. 1.5011 Pittsburg. . 2(100 . 2,200 . a,7 uo g»b>ri. ,f« |ô M Sew York.. 24 22 .522 Pittsburg . 2# 19 .tor tyooklyn .. 23 .all Baltimore Cleveland ph|?? so " Record of the Oluba. f Î *0 f Ï ? Clubs, o Clubs. r r y -* 2*17 .595 Ctn'natl... 28 22 .511 27 20 .871 W'shE'ton.. »0 24 455 23 21 .5714t. bonis.... 1« 34 .33d 2121 .630, Louisville ,. 7 31 .15» To-dajr '• Leaiun Nchodulo. Baltimore at Philadelphia. Brooklyn at Boston Washington at New York. Louisville at Pittsburg, Cleveland at Chicago. Cincinnati at 8 t. Louis. . | Game Reproduced With Automatons. Visitors to Ford's Opera House yester day afternoon, says tire Baltimore Sun, Saw the Philadelphia and Baltimore clubs play ball In a way that furnished I great, amusement, though there wag I uotblog funny abiut the real game in I Philadelphia. The teams were represented by I antomttons seven inches high, that 1 played upon a miniature ball field, laid | ont ou a steel plate fifteen feet square, Weather Prospects for Philadelphia. Showers | and tilted at an angle on the stage The ! device la that of S R Crowder, audit I bad been exhibited but once before—iu j Richmond, V* I Th« pitcher rubs the ball on the ground -1 to soil It, and the batter "swipes" at the | delivery fielders dance about as if in expectation, outfielders chase the leather or catch flies or make pickups, players I kick with the umpire, touch men out, I slide to bases, catch rnuuero between I bases and in fact go through all the j movements of this baseball players as I telegraphed from the scene of action, so | well are the figures binged and under I rached to them to make them move arms, I legs and bodies. I The star-chamber consultation, which I the pitcher and catcher sometimes have | at critical moments was one of the 1 things yesterday which brought down I the house. Even a delay which Clarke | caused by tying his shoe was depleted, I A heading in one of the Brltimore I papers ou the story of yesterday's Phlla I delpuia game reads as follows: "HoSer I was touched np and Esper simply can I onaded by the Pbilalelphlas. Tuat's why ^ I a flag didn't fly. Rons come in blocks of I five but Orioles get only one block I Clarke gets the ball down to second by ■ I lightning express and even Fleet-footed | Hamilton on his arrival finds the leather package ready for delivery. Hawke sees the game and Murray gets a thump ou control of the triggers which are at Baltimore's .Reception la Philadelphia. | the ear." I Saturday the following officers | consented to serve for the afternoon: Officers far the Field Day. At the Y. M C. A, flsld sports on have Referee, C U H. Jackson. Marshal, Captain T. A. Kane. Judges, Edward Melchoir, Jr., H. S. Dow, W, H Savery, John Whitehead, Timers—Charles Banks, Millard F. Si I Davis, David Ford. , I Measurers — Richard j George Moody. Starter— 7, H. Lofltnd. Clerk of course—William Kirk, As sistants—George R Folk, Joseph Lawson. McLaughlin, AuifricMu Whist Ooigrtsi. Minnkapolis, Minn., Juae 30—The opening session of the Fifth American , j Whist Oongreaa was held here Tuesday morning, the attendance of delegates being the largest on record dabs were represented in the first half of I the first round in the Hamilton trophy contest. The Philadelphia clubs all did I exceptionally well Hamilton and Phlla | delphis each scored nine more points Over 100 than Tacoma aud Council Blufis, their reepeotiT* rivals, while the Art Club pN stand. e ght polnts »h.ad of the strong of th. Chicago Whl.l Clnb la the P^^nt.at Shinn and Smlth.of Hamilton, I * od Neff of were among the leaders on the first day s play. Of the three Philadelphia clubs entered in the Htmlltou and Mln and I neap oils contest only two were in I left In at ths opening yesterday, the | Art team, after having played a lie with Chicago, being beaten In the play off YAsterday Philadelphia and Hamilton drew the strongest teams in the West ae their adversaries, and at the end of the J fl rst half Minneapolis was six points | „head of Philadelphia, St. Paul three for I ahead of Hamilton. Sporting News Notes. Pitcher Betts, of Wllkesbsrre, shut I the Eastern League leaders oat with but I one hit yesterday! He retired the Spring I field men In order in all except two j innings | In every city on the circuit "Dummy" Hoy is haunted by the mutes They are I proud of the deaf and dumb ballplayer , laud give their fingers lots of exercise I Umpire Murray nearly h»d hia jaw I broken by a foul tip from Rellley's bat in I the ninth iuuiug yostei Jay. The Brandywine Club defeated the Philadelphia A. C team in West Cheater, yesterday, by the score of 9 to 7. had 1 The program for the swimming rac»s soon I to be held in conueotlon with the I People's Fourth of July sport» in Pblla | dolpbla will Include 60 yards novice ^ raf 100 yards scratch aud quartet I md« handicap The McBride Brothers' steam launch, I Yankee Doodle, which will race against I th « Norwood, owned by the Munto _ I esU te, of New York, on the Hudson next Saturday, will be taken over! the metropolis either tonight or to J morriw moroUig NaIIj Arthur A. Zlmmorman fâiled to ftppear 1 the Philadelphia Inquirer office y.ster »» to cover tüe $ 5,000 recently posted »« Jvhu 9 Johnson for a match bicycle 1 '■ Ion It was !r*riioa that Ziatm*ii)*is passed through the city on an early I for PlUsbarg and Tom Eck deolarrd of Johnson the world's champion. Johnson I Immediately issued a challenge to the I the Z mmermau city. world. A telegram to brought no response. For the first lime in years the three treat horsemen, Budl Double, Onia ïikok aud John Splan, will train to-. gather on the Glenvllle (Cleveland) track Summer. | a. • iu «ill few BAD SON VINDICATED. Coroner's Jury Declarm That Miser Henry'« A**a*tiin Is I'nknoTrn. Brooklyn, Juno SO.—Tho murder of Brooklyn miser, Charles W. Henry, Is uueiphiiimb'o tmliiy mid the interest the mysterious tragedy is still as ah . . I, . .1 sorbing ns it was Inst Friday afternoon, I when Walter Henry, the favorite son of | uau old man, aceoriipnnletl by Policeman Welch, broke into the house nt 95 South PortUiml »venue, «ntl found the dead bo^f Ills father, with £( inflicted with an us, lying at the foot of basement stairs, A enrol. 's Jury, which listened to nil . testimony which the police anil conn- I prosecuting departments of Brooklyn I have been able to accumulate after live 1 ton days of indefatigable investigation and theorizing, turned in a verdict, that the murdered man canto to his death at the hands of an unknown assassin. Tills was regarded as a vindication of I William Henry, the so called Imd son of I the mirer, unit the supervisors' room of [ the Kings eounty courthouse, where tho inquest was held, rang with applause aud cheers, unchecked by Coroner Keene, who was on the bench. There was a rumor yesterday that Wal ter Henry had run away. It was started by Police Captain Ivltzer, who is always picturesque and mysterious. Ho said he had filled out a blank subpoena for Walter i in tho morning and given it to his man 1 Dele.lmnty. At neither his residence iu | Flutbush nor his office in Cortlnndl street, New York, could Walter he found, matter of fact, Walter was at Ridgewood, N. J., With his wife, who went there ln I delicate health Monda v. 1 '1 only , wminds, evidently I A s q I MRS. PITEZEL FREE. ■ Now She I» Colne to Search Tor Her MIm I ng Children. Philadelphia, June 20 .—Mrs, B. F. Pitozcl, wife or widow of the man who Is thought to have boon murdered by H. H. Holmes in the conspiracy to secure $10,000 from the Fidelity Mutual Life association of this city, lias been released from Moy nmensing prison, where she had been con fined as a witness since tho first, disclo sures. She left for her father's Honte in Gal va, Ills., and will devote her time to searching for her three missing children —Alice, aged 14; Howard, aged It, and Nellie, aged 13—who were first supposed to bay I ««'11 murdered by Holmes, who is | now in prison here awaiting sentence for I conspiracy to defraud. 1*1 k î ..s „1 iLi* ». I It has b<H'N loarued that thr children I were in Detroit in October» 1894, hut there I all trace of them is lost. Holmes has told District Attorney Graham thaï the chll- | dren are abroad with Minnie Williams, fall 1 one time sweetheart, and the district, at torney has advertised in a New York pa per by a cipher which reads: "Minnie Williams, Adele Govello, Ger aldine W ilnda : "Important to hear before the 10th. | Cable. Return the oUlldron at once, and Cabbie Holmes. " Detective Geyer will leave this city in u few days, and while the officials at police headquarters decline to discuss the case it is believed that he is going abroad to in cstlgato Holmes' statement. Governor Allgeltl islanders. Spuing field, His., June 30.—Members of the legislature have already begun to return to Springfield for the extra session called t>y Governor Altgeld, hut » sortons contingency has arisen. It appears that the governor omitted from the list of sub ject s fer consideration any mention of any | appropriation to pay the expenses of an extra session. Another Normal Sellout Girl Dies. Albany, June SO.—Miss Devenell Duck worth, one of the graduates of the Normal State school, died in this city from typhoid fever. This is the fifteenth death since September last of students in the school. Professor Vi In attributes the cause to the bad sanitary arrangements. . v also write. ATLANTA. June 23.—A slight Mangel ter the hotter occurred in Governor At kiuson's condition. The »physicians still consider the cuse practically hopeless, however, and distrust the pen.mn. uoy of the Improvement. Cloveruor Atkinson'* Condition. A list rmu Cabined Ucfiijni. Vienna, June SO.—Emperor Frau* Jo sef hits accepted the resignations of the Austrian ministry. Count KieimttnSegg, governor of lower Austria, is forming a business m inistry. _ . Bay Ridge Excursion, Sunday, .tune 23rd. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com p«ny will run Its next popular excursion to Bay Ridge on Sunday, Jnne 2Hrd. Trains will leave Market street station 7 30 a m., Delaware avenue 7 60 a, ni. Fare for the round trip ono dollar, |1 00 Trains will run to Canton, thenoe down ».be Chesapeake Bay by steamer "Colum bla " Numerous improvements have been oiade at Bav Ridge tnis season, and many new attractions added. The return trip will be alt rail, arriving at Wilmington about 8 o'clock p m. For a day s outing this excursion exceeds all othtrs leaving Wilmington RYAN.— In this city, on the 17th inst...lohn, Infant, sou of Thomas J. aud Maria Ryan. aged 17 mouths. ÜSTICK.— At New Castle, Del., Jnne IS, 1895, Benjamin R. Celick. DIED. ! JAS.T. CHANDLER, UNDERTAKER, Office and Residence, ill lest Until St, Night calls promptly; attended. H, NICHOLS. A HUE HI. KB. BUEHLER l NICHOLS. Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 SH1FLKY ST. Telephone, 750. GEORGE T. BARNHILL,; DHM8TAKER*" D EMBALM I. Ï. Cor. 7tt and Shipley Sts. Phone IS. Rosidence. 2229 Tatnoli St. An Kuojoiopttxlla for #«.*5. Only » few <, optes left of lUnd, Mo 9r C • V, Kuo>e)ora-iU und Gt*et,eer. wlilch will Le disposed of 25—wh.ch baiely the cost of manufacture r l dis a work of 800 pige« end la a condeusa of the Kuoyclopiella Britannic*, Oharahers'i Enc>ol*i rodl*. e«c , with the addition of much original Mattel treating American mihjeota it contain» eighty colored maps and 2,000 engravings and l J* cheapest work ever offered in this Apply for one at the Evening Journal office. M. . - . centre table Something that will Instruct well as amiwa Well, get a cop, of Panions PaiutlugH of tho World bound cloth and gold. It is a beautiful port folio of artistic master-pieces aud $1 75 «ill buy It. Made to sell at $3 Only a left. Apply at Evening Journal office. Beautiful Cents,-Table Hook. Yon want something artistic for your A lanlera-Jawed h*toh«WM«d . """g: lifowsd man Ihm» ust suUiAriM mine n*ru p ng tu, M iua neighboring town. iVho » better right?—Yonkers Statesman, ebè U,velt was a Georgetown girl who u) golo the oner» ou .Vaguer nights htoauae suebad no loud clothes. — »V ashing 1 osU_ Vj tertii f,xtk*OTKI>, . WITHOUT VAIN, (wide awaka,) - VITALIZED AIK OR GAS, •'OEOBHIN CROWNS, «3 OO at«l «5 . OO 82 K OOLD OAF CROWNS, - BEAUTIFUL 8KTH TEETH, - ITEMS OF INTEREST. '1 hink of this. Hood's Sareaparllla is the only true blood purifier promloeuUy la Hie oublie eyo U>-d»y. It cures disease wheu all oilier» tall, because la makes purs blood. Mood's Pills cure Jaundice, biliousness, sick headache, cuusttpsli <u aud »1» fiver ills. - <<-S.K-ASa Xy-.';, î '■ ;<fti «tf UTfS 4 . 3 jW OH. F. E SMITH, SURGEON DENTIST. 7c »5« ftl)o 50c - * 1.00 TEETH Fl [.LED, PLATIN A, - TEETH FILLED, SILVER. TEETH FILLED, GOLD, T5e • I OO up •B.00 up •5.00 up Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 811 Market Street n Jta< and , m , r Rt the rate of Mh per 11W lbs Price* no higher during the season. ^hi d j£.£T ported to the omoe at once, it IHU be prouipt | y ^tended to. Office, S. F. Cor. lOtbTand Market Sis ' * rliofift No. H4.J j | . Phone No. 94. PROVIDENT ICE CO 5 Will furnish ice U4fs.mll y trade as follows: 5 lbs. daily 35o per week. 10 Iba. daily 49c per week. 15 lbs. daily 63o per week. 20 lb?, daily b4c per week. CAPE MAY, via W. & N. RAILROAD AND STBAM'R REPUBLIC I Commencing MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1885. Trains will leave French street station, W. * N railroad dally at 3.83 a m . to connect with steamer R public at Delaware river pier. Re turning will leave pier on srrlval of steamer. OUILaDELPIHA AND CHESTER I PASSENGER STEAMERS, AND city of Chester. Leave Fourth street wharf dally. Sundays Inc mied; MP, 10 33 a. m . 1.03. 4 ». 7.» p. m. Leave PhlUdelphls, Coe* nut street wharf, 7 46. 10.15 a. m.; 130, 4,33. 7.83 p m. Freight received all day at Philadelphia and Wilmington. _ , All steamers stop both ways at Gordon Heights Park. FRIENDS' SCHOOL, FOURTH AND WEST STREETS. Th» principal's office will be open dally this month and names of new pupil, will be en j qi ie school ha» engaged an experienced and „uccessfal Klndergartner for next year and I will offer superior advantages for training K'^sartuers. ^ ^ ^ | should apply early. See the new catalogue. ISAAC T. JOHNSON, Principal. Madison Avenue HOTEL fTadlson Ave. and 58 th St., NEW YORK, $3 ftt <ity Ilri f Hf. ÀmurUm ftst Hreprouf and first tJsss Iu »voxy par | ticuUr. Tw „ Mocks tri at Ibe Third and Wxth I Avrrnuc Elevated railroads, The Madison and 4 th An. wid Sw* I Lia« r&rapsss the doer. »UM. Cl/.Wh, !*«•*. I f asseu. er Elevator itira all night.» | - - That the impression is you they will sell much they tell something You not half trimmed. _ no crack as selling this garment guaranteed, if not ATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE, A. WHITER AFT, Agt. M. ,510 Kins Street. mmà X,4r® iiv ) ■PC-, a£UT vm :< f W ' 'y m t V *38 57« *5 V-! r J '7 yM- S HATS. Leghorns, 35c., 49c., 60c. 75C. Straw and Braid Hats, all colors, foe., 20c., 35c., 50c. and 75c. Ribbons and Flowers at half price, 30 dozen Children's Caps, 7c , loc , 25c. and 50c, Chilrcn's Dresses at 15c., 25c. and 50c. Ready to wear waists cost so little, fit so well and look so stylish that they have come to be the ideal Summer gar ments. endless variety and the PRICE lbs . They are here in 20c to $1.25. 5 Hats Trimmed Free OF CHARGE, M.A.WHlTCRAFT,Agt. 510 King* Street. SPRINGER, THE HATTER JC- DBTTKR LOOK OVÉU U y ,,nr ward rot)* and ses \ZÂ, k there are not some gar ^ ment* which. If properlv (J* Clianed and Dyed, will A be good as new. m Si Fourth and Shiploy Street», WILMINGTON, DEL A. P. BOBNOT, HA MARKET NT UNION PARK Grand Sacred Concert, Sunday Afternoon and Evening by Rosati's New York Military Band. ADMISSION, 6c. ADMISSION, 5c. Grand OpeningNight, Monday, June 24 BY THE ROBINSON COMIC OPERA COMPANY in '-CHIMES OF NORMANDY. REPORTOIRE. . Mikado. Bohemian Girl. ...Robert McCalre. .Black Hussar. .Fatantua. .Ermlnie .Fra Dtavolo .1'iuafore .lUlvetta .P&ttenoe Chimes of Normandy. LaMasoatte.. Ha'd Pasha.. Biecaclo..... Qtrofle-Ulrofla. 26 CENTS. ADMISSION, WALTER H. PODESTA, EYE SPECIALIST .jÜÜQUEEN & CO now of: Walter H. Podesta S Co., Optical Specialists, PUl»,. , y I WtUbein WILMINGTON, DEL., ae usual, every FHiDAYHn il' jibe office of MK. WM. .Y. FlSHEH, So. AO® MARKET If J WTREBT, (W long occupied by him. Appreciating the kindly favors of patronage he has received from the best cltlMms of llmlngtoa, he respectfully invitee all those troubled with Headache, or whoee eyes are causing discomfort In any way to call on hint and receive FREE the sdvlce his knowledge and long experience warrant him ln giv»ng. Ki BARGE for examining your eves. .«»Us fact Inn invariably guaranteed. «1 w 1 Y it ABOUT CHEAP CLOTHING When a party tells worth twice as is no good clothing in the market, a suit for a certain price, that cannot he done. \ ou will find it is not half made, wear it a few times and it will not hail fit you. We make . mß IRHIB.. piip: . .W^ PPP— of goods—nothing but good, reliable Clothing, every as we say will refund your money. Boston One-Price Clothing House, 213 Market St, 212 SMpley St. KEMKMCO 621123 Market Street. We have a large lot of Ladies' low neck GAUZE SLEEVES NO bodies. The price has al ways been 50 cents. But—well—it hardly seems necessary to make any comments when we state tho new price on them, 12 1-2 Cents Each. Nice tine Ribbed Vests, 12 1-2 Cents. The usual Lisle 50 cent Vests at 25 Cents. Fine Ribbed Silk Vests White 50 Cents. Largest size, 55 Cents. Our Underwear Department is very interesting just now. KENMRD & GO 621-623 Harket Street.