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SCENES BY MOONLIGHT.
Pretty Pictures on the Glassy Delaware. 8TBU0K BY A BRICK IN A FIGHT Joseph Gilkey Wounded In th* Back Pleasant Birthday Party for a Little One—A Harvest Home for Parishioner*. Incident; Abont the City on the River. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Nbw Castlb, Aug 8—What might have proved a serions accident here Isst night proved to be only a trivial affair number of beys were congregated *t Fifth and Delaware streets about o'clock when an argument arose and eventually It drifted Into a street fight. Some of the boys threw blicke, and one struck Joseph Gilkey, a boy of years, who was passing at (he time The mleelle struck the lad In the bark, li Hiding a contused wound and felling bun to the pavement. Gilkey was taken Into tbe store of Max Grose where tbe in jury was dressed hy Dr. Stewart, Moonlight on the Water. Latt nlgbt was one of tbe prettiest on the river this season. Tbe moon »bone beautifully on the glassy surface and the bsxy appearance of toe hot Ison ln I he dletarce formed a magnificent back ground for the pretty borne of light oi, tbe river. M*ny persons took delightful eails, while others enjoyed tbe view from tbe pier Party for an Elght-Year-Old. Little Miss Emily, danghter of Mr. and Mrs Tnomas Frtzer, h*d a party yesterday afternoon, the occasion being her eighth birthday A pleasant time was hid among the little folks Tbo'e who were there were Florrie Chase, Alpbia Smith, Id« Standers Lila E kin ton, L*nra Johnson, Liz's Dorris Clara Klug, Msy Morrison aud Alice Frtzsr. Harvest Home In MsFarlln'* Wood*. The perish harvest home of the Immtnnel Episcopal Church will he held ou Thursday, August 15, in McFarlln's woods near Newport Bishop Coleman of Wilmtugton, will be prtsent ou the occasion. K*v. Dr. Du Hummel to Preach. Rev Dr. Du Hammel, of Dover, will deliver • h* sermon in (he laimenoel EpitCoptl Chut oh to piorrow Rev F M tnnson will go to Rehobotb end preach In tbe ebapti there, it belog the enstom for a minister of each church in the state to preech there at least once during the Summer season luoldent* of the Day. It Is propoivd that the Bt. Peter's U C Sunday echool will go on an tx-urstou about the middle of this month to arme point down the river not yet seleoted. Sacred heart devotions were conducted ia Bt Peter's Church lest, night, as le usually done on tbe first Friday evening of each month Farmer's Excursion to Bridgeton, August 5. A meeting of the members of tbe Union American Church will be held on Monday eveulng for the pnrpose of electing one trustee to serve a term of seven years A camping party of fifteen persons of this olty propose to go to Woodland Beech next week for an outing. Twenty five double looms will be placed In Knowles'eWoulen Mills shortly, la order to increase the eipsolty of the output of goods. A party of yonng people out selling on the river yesterday had a thrilling experience by losing control of the sail at one time. J M Wise Is beautifying his lot lu tbe M E Cemetery, by having it enclosed with Brandywine granite. Remember tho Farmer's Grand Excursion to Bridgeton, N. J., nn Monday, August 5th Boat leaves New Castle at lia. in., Delaware City ti.45 a m. Tic Seta only |1 round trip Come everyone anil join bis glorious excursion. Plenty of music and dancing. The Delaware Iron Works is having the busiest season of Its existence Tne railroad company has not been able to anpply ear« fott enough for tbe produc tion of pipes and Hues James B Toman end Patrick McGrory are b«l!dlng a warehouse near the rail road station. Light bouse Keeper Oofisld teils a story of lnterevt to tbe George Wash ington Fiebing Club He got aboard of the Lenre Bon Thursday with the jolly fishetmeu He eeye he eenght ateeu fien and the balance of the party caught jaitaa many. Patrick Leonard, a well-known busi ness men, is seriously ill from an attack of haart failure. Personal Eveet«. Miss Genevieve V.Muceon re'U'ned to day'from a mouth's visit to 3eaford Mre Hugh MeUeughan retarded from C«p* May yesterday Herbert 8 Dungan. of th* yacht Vas bite, 1« home for a short visit. Mies Dessie UcLaaghiln, of Wilmlng ton, has been the gueat of Mis* Bessie Kan's Mrs Miller, of West Chester, and Mrs Walters and Miss Ida Walters of Pblla delpbla, are belog entertained by Mies E l1 x*b«f h Dtibv, on Delaware street Beet $1.25 men's shore In the city, WcGrory's. Edward Challenger, the weh known druggist, hss returned frvmsn enjoys ble stay of one month at Ojean Grove N. J Miss Armittge Bitck retnrnrd yester dar from an extended sej >aru at Caps M»J _ Student* Kurolied By Mall For entrance at Goidev Wilmington Com Btarcitl and hhorthand College. Day ses sions begin September 2nd. night sessions September 30th Send for free catalogue. Pure Blood I* the great requisite for good health, be cause the blood is the vital fluid which carries nourish ment aud support ftjSk to all the organ* of the body. .J Em Make your blood RF P ure now by the *' * .pi/ ; use of the great y*& blood purifier, ' 0 $/? Hood ' 8 Harsspa ywwt rilla. Trof.Edwin F. Norton, pro (essor o! French j] ^ and German at nr Olivet College, Michigan, writes: "We have always found i v. ft <jh i / ii Hood's Sarsaparilla of great value in restoring vigor, appetite, etc-, whenever we have used it." 1AX« tin brut *Iltu UiiutPr Pih». They assist di^tbüuo noocl's Pills > , Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Bowlder ABSOLUTELY PUE3E TROUBLE OVER A SUICIDE. Treat*«* of a Cemetery Order Hi* Hedy Kzhnmed Within Twenty-four Honrs end the Undertaker Relaie* to Do So. West Chesteb, Aug. 8 —The Biard of Directors of the O d Ktgle Burying Ground, in Tredjffryu Township, con sisting of Elijah Wiles. Tnomis Jai quelle, Dr. Angle. D nisi 8 Newhall and Uenry Pleasants, held a meeting to take action upon tbe intermeut within the grounds under their control, of the body of an unknown etranger who committed suicide at Devon, a week or more ego A resolution was nass.d requesting Undertaker Keavey to remove tne body within twenty-four hours uadar penalty of prosecution. Urdertaker Keavey visited West Chester to osy to seek advice upon tbe beard'* demand He callid upon the poor directors, who were of the oplu'ou the! it wonlo be imo'udeut to disinter the body at this time owing to the de eompoeed coi dltlnn, but refrained from taking auy «(Haiti action. The undertaker then retain!d eonneel and was advised not to exhnaie tbe b«dy, as It was buried und. r the direc tion of the oorontr and no one therefore bas authority to move It without an order from him Mr. Itesvey accepted this opinion and returned to Devon determined not to yield to the demands of the trustees Further developments are looked for at the termination of the twenty f> or heure, as the board will Insist that the b dy he taken oat of tho cemetery A Yonne tilrl Attacked My m Stranger. Wbst Chbhtbk, Aug 8 —Ida Waltou, a 17 year old danguter of Fleteber Wtl.ou, a farmer of West Whiteland township, was attaekad by a strange man while picking hiarknerrles In a tblrket yesterday. Kae screamed for esslatance end the man beoatus alarmed and diaappeated In tbe woods. Miss Walton then made har way home, aud after retetiug her story a po»io was formed, headed by her father and brother, and went lu seareh of the fiuud. bat at last aooonnte he bed not been found. Chicken Thieves My the Wholesale. Bbibuxtob, Aug 3 — Chicken thieves are being gathered in by wholesale here aa a reaalt of the many recent raids on coups Bart Kiss, who was recently arrested, dashed eat of th* jaatlce's coart and was reeantured at, bay Hide this aftarnoeu, made a confessloa Implicating Daniel Brull, Mrs Josephine Adler, Mrs Samuel Uotisaad and Edward Housiud in the thieving. All were arrested and sent to jail except one of tho woman, who furnished fJOO bail llemoval. Thn E'eotric Construction and .Supply Company, formerly of No. 8 East Eighth street, have removed to No, 8 West Bixtb street, where they are now prepared to serve their patrons with the same promptness aud moderate prices a* lias always been their custom. Telephone No, 510. Deligtitfal One-Day Trip* tu Rntioboth, Del , or Ocrnn City, Md„ at Low Hates, Ou Thursdays. August 15 and 29, a ipieltl train will he run by the i'htlidei pula, Wilmington aud BUtlmore Railroad Con piny to Reboboth and Ocean Oitv A full d*y at either of these popular re sorts will b* allowed, and the loeest rates charged. These trips sfford au excellent chance to spend aday In bathing.sailing and fish ing with bat a small txpeiullture of money. Tbe train will bn run on tbe schedule and tlcketB sold as follows: Kxc Train leaves rule $010 0(10 Wilmington, DfI. New C&ttle. 1M.. Kirkwood, Del.... Middletown* D I. TowiiHunri. Del.. S .au r nu. Del.... Cltylon. 1>«1 CneswoM, Del.. Dover, Del. Wyoming, 1M.. Woodtide« Del... VU>1%, Del . Felton, Del. Harrington, Dei. .H :*i m ni • d 42 a m ." 57 a m .7 14 a m 7 21 a m 7 19 a in .7 40 a in 7 50 A 111 H (*• a in 8 (Mi a in .h 22 a in .8 27 a m m M A m . .8 42 a in lio* in b to Axe. r Ate t o R liotioth. 75 cent» 1 *A i n> ] (V) I 50 I « l ;« l I 16 I .0 i tor. 1 no I «I Ocean City. $l«m vilford. Del.Uir.a lteüdeo, Del.0 15 a m :*) cents Ue-irstoWD, Del.» *5 a m 5n • en'a Lewes, Del .«« V 5J a m 30 cents Kate to Ocean City. H3 cents 60 cents U) cents Frank'>«rd Del deihy ville, Del Bishop Md.... Keturntng, leave KeUobolh 5 40 p m, Ocean City 5 U) p m. . .0 45 a m ..0 53 a m . .» t>0 a in An Kxcurslon lluat Kuna Ac Haykb Die GHACif, Md., Aug 3 —As tbe steamer Jaue Moseiy was returning with an »xearsion of 1 200 people f.-otn B»y B ilge to Havre de Grace Tbnr.-day night tbe steamer »»« run sgrnnnd in the bay, about twenty five miles south nf here. F, r a tim* all was Intense excite ment, the sudden stoppage having barsted a steam pipe iu her bcller, and also injuring the eleotrlc light plant For a time It *»s dark on tbe steamer and the esctplng stetm made » furious noire, almost osuslng a panic on the steamer The eleciric plant was soon Tbe Btesmer Emma Giles md. repitred another excursion bist, wav attracted to the scene at abont 3 o'clock, and by the assistance of the Giles tbe Mostly was palled iff, and nudertbe steam of one boiler proceeded ou h«r trip. Old Day and Night Stndents Will want to return to Gaidey College, Kighlb and Market, streets, to get the uew "Business Practice from the Ntart" work to be introduced In September Learn more in a week than by the old text book method In a month Send (or the free catalogne, explaining. To R« 8*nt*ne*d at West Cheater. Wbst Chkbtbr, Aug 8 — lohn Frankfort), the noted one syed horse th'ef and j«il-breaker, has almost oompteted his term of nlaeteen ystr« at th* Eastsrn Penitentiary and will be broaght her* and sentenced, bs having been oinvio'ert ia tbs Quarter Hesslons Coart of Chester county of stssliog a |700 turn a few we*ks sfter his scope from Lancaster jail Frsi.kford has'vtcaped from »very jail in which he was ever eonfiued with the exreptinn of the Eastern Penitentiary, including those of Chaster aid Lancaster counties, Bal'imore. Pittsbnrg and two Id Ohio. He is one of tbe gang of criminals who was released by tbe Buzzard hays when they worked thiir famous birdcage game a few years ago. IT IS A WORTH? OBJECT. Th« Appeal of the "Kvvnlng Journal" for a. Id Toward a Fund to N*ud An thonjr Cook to New York Hears Fault The following r^pinsnu to the appeal made by tbe Kvkmno Journal for subscriptions to a fund for the purpo.-e of sending 5 year-old Anton Koch, who was bitten by s toad dog. to tbe Pasteur Institute New Y .irk, have been received at this < Hi o up tu date: Cash. dash . W. K. Oroeby, of t'rushy & Hill, Magistrat« L-wl* Ma-.se. Cash. Hr. H. It. Friat . Cash. Cosh. . A friend. $i oo -, ! O 1 QO . .fto 1 III . .60 - 2.00 SI > 50 NiibscrlpMon* nay bo left, at th« ofBu* of th« Kvkmno Jouknal ai.d will b« promp Ij acKnowlDfigt'd LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. II'» Com rad«« Want Exp '»In. l'o the Editor of the Evening Journal. Hut. I see by one uf i.beeyeuia i papers of >our city this week, that, O lv«r Bill who rudd.nlv dls.poear.d from Wilmitig ton, on or »bitr. February 28 lias r« turned home to his fa oily. Mr Bell for tuerly resided in this town aud U well, aud fayoiably kuo'u Boon aft r leaving here lie es» apptinted keeper of the light-house below New (Jamie. Be wan mall agent between Wilmtugto.i and Lai deubrrg, and according to report was giving entire satisfaction, when hr to Igi.ed on or about February 23, aud I'umedialely aud et:d Iruly dieapptaied Up to a few weeks ago hi* family had ..«aril nothing from bt o. Mr Bril aa- a Union soldier during the war and lost one of bio legs In the yrrv ce. We think It. I* due to bt* many friends aud a m rades that he should make some pub !r statement la the pipers, srd give some account es to the cam* of his sudden disappearance some five mouths ago TUir« are several rumors as to tue cause and U wonld be a great utlisfaotl'n to have a fail statement as to his where ► boots Yr Beilis a member of tbe G A K and the members are anxious 1er him to give them a full account of his F, Plukiuus Uncm voyage Diver, August 8 18115 DoHchlfut On* day Kiruritom to Tnl ehester Reach via Phi.ad«lphla, Wil mington and Haltltnuro Railroad. Vlflthagic.t many people tbe lois of time from the • 01'e or workshep nesea eary for e day's outing, la au lmport.au' factor In the expanse acoonot, but by participating In one of toe Philadelphia Wilmington and Baliimm Railroad Company's Sunday excursions to Tol ehester B>ach, tbi« ebj>ctive fester* is overcome. The next excursion to thin delightful resort will be run on Sauday. August. 11. A *p**ia! train will leave Wilmlng ton at 8 45 a no. for Baltlmote, thence by eptelal steamer across Chtsrp.ake b«y to Toloh*»t*r. Returning, leave Tulohester at 4 80 p m , arriving borne at an strly hour tu the evening. Almost every kind of amassment con celveble will be found on the gionndi, end the bay < ffeis excellent bathing, crabbing and fisblug. Tbe ron-d trip rate from Wllmiogton Is bnt f 1 00, thus plsolng the excursion within the means of all Whoslman Hi WKsrOuxsTsn Aug 8— Percy D»r ling ton, son -f tx-Uongrussniiu «medley Darlington, o' this p'ace, was badly it jurvd at, Maivern laut night While coae i gdownestvep loe'b.e his hloyole strum, a large stone and yonng Darling ton waa burled twenty feet, alightiug upon his bead He was p'okod up tu a bfstding and nnconsrious ouidltlou, aud after hl« trjnries had been dreSvrd he wts brought to West Cbva'er. His face and head were terribly Ucursteo and he remained unousoioas for several hnnra lus *1 ■Juries. IteMutlfut Center-Table Hook. Yon waut something artistic for your osntre table. Something t.h«t will instruct as well as .muss Weil, get a copy of Feaions Paintings of the World" bound in cloth aud goid. It is a beautiful port folio of artistic rnsster piece" and $1 75 will buy It. Made to sell at f3. Only a few left Apply at F.vrninoi Jouknal. ITEMS OF INTEREST. •'Well, Mr«. Paralow. I snpDose yon are doing as many other laules do nowaday*, taking leawin* on the bicycle?" * No, M*. Jehnson, 1 am not. All the lessons 1 have had to far bare tmn* off the btcfcle, but I hope soon lo take them on It, as you sunxcsL''— Harper's Magazine. Did you ever think that you cannot have good health without pure blood? Health comes by the u* of Hood's tSareaparllia, betaust) it makes the blood pure. liood's Pill» have won high praise for their prompt and «fttoieut yet easy action. Milli« KBWglrl '*1 know my «*ye 1» black niftmmn, bat you ought lo »*« M*ad Nou »•Mi »—both elnied »lift hff check »11 pafr«d. H»«1it«s she hit mo Art.*' Un. Nowjilrl **No\>r »lux « x (■*«$> t In H»ll-d»f»uAB ( fUrllm. Remember thin rul«, %lways, a*m 1 joa will grow up r iru», womanly woman."—New Vurk Herald. Public Sale or BUILDING LOTS —AT— GORDON NEIGNTS On Salurday, August 10,1895, AT 2 00 P. M ., ON THE PREMISES. Flftv large first.class building lo's—nearly all of them tr.mling on tbe electric i allway, a jotnlrg ai d near to the railroad -tatlcn.lhe Wilmington steamboat landing and the Gor don Height* Park all rouira -tiding a fine view of I he river. The lota on the front will soon be In demand for varions bu lues* purposes and thoas further back are beautifully »ituatrd for residences. Tbla Is a rate opportunity for a safe and profitable Investment. Every lot offer, d will positively be sold w thout reserve Term*: Ftve per cent cash when the proper ty iotrnck off; for the remainder, SO per cent, adilltlonil In cash ami note with approved n,. nths. with Interest If deslr-d a mortgage will be taken In-t-id of notes, or adheount of 6 per e«nt. will lie de dueled for all cosh repedal car will leave Kighlh and Market streets at 2 p. m. on day of sale. dorser at three and »lx Ceorge R. Townsend A Co., AGENTS TO EFFECT SALE. QUINLAN CONFESSED. CIiU»ko Police Think They Can Convict Holmen of Clue Murder. Chicago, Aug. 3.—The potico have at Inst obtained » partial confession from Pat Quinlan, the janitor of Holme»' cas tle, und have, they believe, positive evi dence that Benjamin Pitzel was murdered in this city by Holmes ami the corpse sent to Philadelphia. The confession was wormed out of the Quinlans by means of a tip given the Ich-, - it ollicers by Detective Geyer of Philadelphia. Tlic exact nature of the story told hy the Quinlans the police will not reveal, and, In fact, Chief Dadeiioch ami Inspectai Fitipatrlck have both denied that Quin lan or his wife made any confession at nil. Notwithstanding tho denial of the po lloe, however, It Is positively known that Quinlan muds and signed a confession, because it was left where Quinlan's signa ture ou the document could he seen, al though tho subject matter under which he wrote his name could not bo ascer tained. It was learned that n confession was mode covering all the details of tho murder of Pitzel with the exception of tho actual place in which tho crime was committed. Tills, the police declare, they will have, and they declare tliut by Aug. G they will have Indisputable evidence that Pitzel came to his end through the direct agency of H. li. Holmes. The confession was obtained from the Quinlans only after the hardest kind ol work, and that ut thepriocof a promise ol immunity from punishment for all part the Quinlans may liavo borne in the mur der of Pitzel or other crimes committed by them. Mrs. Pat Quinlan know of tho disap pearance of .lulia Connor in Holmes' cas tle and saw t lie body of ! he woman aftei she was dead. »She further knew and lias admitted that Pearl Williams disappeared mysteriously In tlio eastio after her return from a trip to the Quinlan farm ut Igicota, Mil-h. Chief Badolinch took Mrs. Quinlan and her husband to tho eastio Friday with In spector Fitzpatrick and Detectivos Fitz patrick and Norton. Thu object of this trip was more for tho purpose of letting Quinlan and ids wife meet than any oth er. They wero closeted together alone fot an hour in tho room in which the Julia Connor carpet lies ami the chair belonging to tlie murdered woman stands. What took place between them no one knows, hut Chief Hndonoch and his de tectives are nearer u solution of the Holmes mystery than they were ever be fore. The chief now has proof positive that Mrs. Connor and Pearl, her daugh ter, or Com Quinlan, were murdered in tliu building while the mother was in his employ. Mr. Quinlan has given information within the last at hours which brings the charge of murder nearer to Holmes than it has boon in Chicago at any time since the case opened. THE COLUMBIA'S TRIP. The Crutfler Crosse* the Atlantic at nn Av erage Speed of 18.41 Kuot*. New York, Aug. 8.—Tho otlicinls ot tho iinvy department will not bo disap pointed ilium liumingth.it tho commerce dontroyor Columbia, which arrived from Southampton yesterday, broke no speed records ill transit. No one aoqimiutod with tiio conditions of the test supposed that she would. The vessel's performance, however, is n very creditable one. Going under full boil er power, but with natural draft, she made the journey of 3,101) knots in 0 days 23 hours 40 minutes. This is lti hours and 85 minutes lieliind the record established hy the American line steamship New York. Tho Columbia went over the course at nn average speed of 18.41 knots an hour. Most of tho journey was made under fair weather conditions, but. a bit of ugly weather was encountered twice. The ship rolled deeply but easily when seas beat high, and showed a regrettable tendency to keep her forward decks constantly drenched by waves and spray. COXEY FOR GOVERNOR. ilnnt««l to tli« Htat« Tick«! of tli« Ohio l'opullAta. lie 1» N« ('OlXMllUH, O., Aug. 3.—After two tur bulent sessions tho Ohio Populists suc ceeded in adopting n platform nml mim ing a state ticket. They adjourned, but some of the more Influential members ol the party are not pleased with tho results. General J. S. Coxcy was triumphant In everything, aud it was the predominance of C'oxey and his novel ideas that do not suit some of the conservative Populists. Aside from the indorsement of the Omaha platform, tho indorsement of Coxey's non interest l.iitd scheme and good roads Hills and the «'enouncing of the trial of Debs were the pr in ipnl points In the platform. The fot Jacob S. ( Is tho ticket: Governor, f Stark county; licuton ii II. Grofton of llaiuil nut govern ton; treasi county ; a of Licking. Cuyahoga; «. i William A. G. Lloyd «.I Tuscarawas; dork supreme court, Thomas N. Hickman ol Morrow. i-g«> Harper of Greene «ni. William Haltet Kd Stark ol public works, Ottloe Seventh end King, Phone 545. H T Sergeant dealer In coal and wood ltSf"A large load of wood for $ 1.50 eMfl.aeire o«a coal for family n»e © nO ojtâ DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL PARLORS, 70S Market Bt., Wilmington, Del. Extracting Without Pain EXTRACTING....H WITH VITALIZED AIR OR GAS, WITH "TONALGIA,'' wide awake. TEETH FILLED WITH SILVER WITH AMALGAM. GOLD FILLINGS. Set ot Teeth, Best 8et, on Rubber, Bold and Alluminum Plates. Gold Caps and Crown and Hrldtfe Work. :u Bor r<k 7.V .. 10« tl up S5 S8 Dentistry in All Branches. THE POPULAR PRICE Shoe Store HAYES', No. 13 East 2nd St. Fair Dealing to Everybody. Opposite Second St root Market Heu«e. g BE WELL THIS SUMMER ! Paine's Celery Compound Restores Lost Nervous Energy. > m mÆ . I m -Wj I 7 . WO rSK J ' ». . V ;filgr m whatever cause, and whose nerve« have lost their healthy tone. Persons suffering from rheumatism, neuralgia and any of the couutless rsenlts of loss of nerve po wer find a marked change for the better almost at once npon faithfully using Paint's celery compound Mr« James Arthnr, whose portrait Is given above writing from her home in Mpokane, Wash . says : "1 suffered for three years with neuralgia aud rheumatism I tried different remedies which would give ms only temporary relief. Last year In January and through tbe Spring months I suffered terribly I could walk oniv a short distance, and sotno days not at all But then l began for the first time to use Paine's oslery compound I-, cured me permanently.and I have not been troubled sines Mv knees were so bad last year 5 that I eould not sit down or get up alone. Neglect to satisfy the demand of tbe j Now I walk every day, and U causes no nervous system by rapid, complete j atlffaess or lameness In the joints." nourishment of at) its parts, carries j Testimonials from men and women In heavy penalties Paine's celery com-' every state and couDty and town in th« pound, more effectively than anything i oonntry might be published telling of else the world has ever kuown, restores ' similar speedy cures. They carry this health to men and women whose blood i plain advice to othtr sufferers: has be»n robbed of vitality from T.k« Pstne's c«lery compound ! For those many women who have suffered through the in door life of Win'er and Spring, with tired nerves, sleeplessness, neuralgia, rheumatism, the dyspepsia that is best expressed by the words "no appetite"—for the* many worn-ont. women, many of whom will get no real vacation, bnt must attend the whole Summer long to household duties— for such women there is every need now of a brisker feeding of tbe reduced blood and nervous tissues by means of the best nutritive agent in the wide world to-day—Paine's celery com pound After building up the body by the me of this great modern restorative, dis eases of the special orgaus, heart tronbles, kidney disease, dyspepsia and sleeplessness will disappear *100 *100 You set them everywhere. s ! ' Beautiful Bicycles im y • •• Model 40 Columbia a ^-Bicycle Beauty comes from graceful lines and fine finish, in which points Columbia bicycles excel. But there is mere than mere looks to recommend a Columbia. Back of the handsome design and elegant finish is a sterling quality that over the roughest road and the longest journey will carry the rider with safety and satisfaction. Buy a _COLUnBIA. or a Hartford. POPE HFQ. CO. General Offices and Factories, HARTFORD BOSTON, New YORK, CHICAGO, »AN FRANCISCO, «ROVIOKNCS, BUFFALO. Send two 2-cent stamps for a Columbia Catalogue ; free if you call at a Columbia agency. © © © © © (•HI $ 80 *80 © % xm! I/; © m m \ Pattern 1 Hartford PYnfc. CYCLE CO., Agent« for the Colombie and Hartford lilcycles. Wilmington, Delaware. BANKING AND FINANCIAL. T. D. HOOPER & C0. t BANKERS AND BROKERS, 1» New Street, N. Y. Members of the New York Stock Exchange. KKANOH OFFICII : 810 lartet Street, Wilmington, Del. New York Rat** of CommUeion WILMINGTON COAL GAS RIGHTS BOUGHT AND SOLD. H. L. EVANS & CO., Bankers and Brokers. SURETY ON BONDS. AMERICAN SURETY CO. OF NEW YORK. NO. 902 MARKET ST. CAPITAL. $2.0t«VW. SURPLUS, $1,250,(110 WILMINGTON BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Jos. P. Winchester, James H Wilson, James Megary, Henry A. DuPont. )«wls C. Vandegrift, HughC. B own*. The American Surety Company furnishes bonds for executors administra ors. trustees, receivers guar lacs assignees and for other fiduciaries. Internal revenu« b nds, replevin bonds, etc., executed. Contract hones fur nished. Corporate suretyship supersede« private bondsmen, because: 1st. It relieves those who are asked to be sureties from doing so to their own discomfort and lees. 2<t li ivllrve» tliw« who ar« r««julro<l to give ItoDiin from being uudtr obligation» to anv one. ikl. It I» never nbamloiuleil for tbe old method wheu once it hft<* been trlt-d. W. L. THENROLM, President. HENRY D. LVNA*'. Vice-President. WILLIAM E. KEYES. Seeret-iry, HENRY C. W1LLCOX, Solicitor. SPECULATION, HAMMOND & CO Stock and Bond Brokers •» 130 and 132 Pearl Street, NEW tons CITY, 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.) Artisans' Savings Baal NO 537 MIKAT STiEET WDmlngton. Xa »ware Open dolly from t o'clock a. m. until Ip.m »870.998 77 *758,175 SB »117,753 4* Interest olinwed on deposit« of moue» fia one or more caltn I , month« at the rat* of per cent por *n>.nm. Honey loaned or mortgages onrea * 'ate. Assets, Deposit«, Surplus, J. AUGUSTUS McCAULLEY, President. T. ALI.KN HILI.KM, Vice-President, E . T. TAYLOR. Soc'y and Treae. JOSEPH M. MATHER. Auditor. Mai S'. 1*W5. FlkNIÜf AJfD BMAI.L CHANGB OAF KW MAO AW THIS COIJBTI»« um« o* IBS EVENING JOURNAL OFFICE Summer Clothing Straw Hats Russet Shoes 10 per cent, discount—II saved on each 110—from prices of Summer Clothing, Straw Hats and Rueset Shoes. We are making every effort to close out Summer lines. With price reductions and the extra die count it ig profitable to buy now, if only to put away for nee next year. We clos ' evenings at 6 ex c pt Saturday. JAMES T. MÜLLIN \ SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoos, 6th & Market, Wilmington. FRIENDS' SCHOOL, WILMINGTON, DEL, Kindergarten Training Class Wit: open 0th mo. (Sept.) 10th. 1805, Arrange ment* nave been completed to otter a thor, ugh course of tralnirg f-r yuuDg women who de sire to become Kiudergar'ners. Ltda M. Kimball, graduateol tbe Hallmann Sc) io I. Lai 'orte, ind., 18!) , and Kiudergsrt ner, 1801-6, will be th* trainer. Eudora L. Hailmann. of Washington, D. (J., will be Director and Lecturer. Boarding In private families offered at reasonable rates For circulars address. ISAAC T. JOHNSON. Principal. WM. B. SHARP X CO.. MOURNING AND BLACK FABRICS. Heurietta Convent Cloth, Frlcotln« Marvtllituz, C'haIi more, Nun'» Velllnt;« l>rttp d'Alnm Courtlauld Or«p«» Clairette, A rd inure, Nat m d'Lfon, UmlliiM Cloth, Frlncetta, Satin l.uxar, Gro« Grain Rhadzamb, Tte Best Black Goods to Boy. The Best Black Goods to Wear. Tte Test Assortment Here. Fourth and Market Sts. CRIMSON CLOVER SEED, New Crop, Delaware Grown, A Fine Article, Very Cheap. At only S3.25 Per Bushel. AT FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8TREET8 Established 1885. JOHN CICERI, MaccaroDi>=<* Yermicelli WORKS, ALSO WHOLESALE DEALER WINES AND LIQUORS, Nos. 519 and 521 Tatnall St. LEPHONE No. *13. WINES. Claret, per gallon, 75c: per nuart. *5c. /.Infamie!, per g*Uoc. $1 DU; per quart, 3Ss. Port, per gal on, $1 50; per quart, 50c. Sherry, per gallon. $1 S ; per quart, 50c. Canadian Sherry, per gallon. $1 50; per «it, Moscabel, per «allon, $1 f,l); per quart, 5l)c. Angelica, per gallon, $ Madeira, per gal on. J I 5 ; per quart 50c. 1 50; per quart. 5Ho. Catawba, per gallon, $' 50; per quart, 6uc. Marsala, per gallon. $1 60; per quart, 50o h Imp). Chauipagi.e, per qt . $0 60 DomesticChatupag''«,pmt Dottle, 50c. Cblnnli, per bottle. 50c. LIQUORS. No 1 Monogram, per gallon, $1U); per qt. $1 no No 2 Monogram, lier gallon, $011(1; per qt. 86c. Gran l'ap, per gallon, $:î IX»; per quart, ,5c. Imperial, lier gallon, $1 6ü; per quart, 51k: Jamaica Rum, lier gallon. $8 00; per quart, 75c. French Cognac, per gallon, $3U0: per qt. 76c. Vermouth, per case, $5 50; per bottle, 75o. Imported i ordlaH of all kinds at low prices. NOTICE TO GROCERS. Best Maccaronl, in packages, 8c per lb. In 26 lbs. box. Best Maccaronl, loose, 5c par lb . In 25 lbs. box. _ Green Olives, 75c per gallon. _ 0HOMK, »13. DETTER LOOK OVER liiiftldtnJîy P yonr wardrobe and see I i >/ljuyV/.-S If there sre not not.« gar VAvfri—V-*» meut* which. If properlv Ultaned and Dyed, will ■ ' • be good os new. 'Mm A. F. BOKNOT, 718 MARKET 87