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PRESENTS FOR PLAYERS Gold Watches and Other Gifts as Their Reward. INCREASE OF THE JAIL'B CENSUS Fifty-seven of tha Imprisoned Poople Will Bo Removed to tbe Court House lor Trial—Connell to Moot In Special Session to Consider the Water Stteet Proposal». Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Nkw CA8TI.1I, Sept « —To morrow •fternooD—probably at !i 30, In con formity with tbe September hours of tbe National League games—tbe Columbia A. C. team will meet the strong Norwood Club of Philadelphia, a combination of fast ball player* noted for wlnulng games aDd for scientific playing. Dnrlngtbe progress of the game Leach, who has developed into an invincible pitcher and who is a great favorite be cause be is a New Castle boy. born and raised here,will receive two fine preseuls One Is e gold hunting case watch ap proprlately engraved, from tbe members of tbe Columbia Athletic Association and hia admirers in New Castle, who con tributed to the gift through Treasurer S. T. Bacon of the club Leach will also receive from Secrotary C. Edwin Eckles, of the club, a handsome painting a loeal landscape scene, by Mr. Eekles' own band. FergUBon. who won the contest of a Wilmington afternoon paper, will also bs presented with the gold watch for belug the most popular player in Delaware. It la said to be a very handsome prizv Tbe batting order for the game Is as follows: NORWOOD Martin, 1. f. Harr.snl, ».s. MoNlchot, HI). M illln. p. Hpencll, o. O'Connor, lb. Harrison, ».». Jarvis, c f. Davidson, r.f. of COLUMBIA A C. Haves, "l>. Fergusm, s.e. Getseuburg, c. Madden, r.f. McUauvhan, lb. Dully, *o. Montgomery, l.f. Fieber, r.t. Leach, p. A Trip to New York State. To a large congregation at tbe M. E Cburcb last evening Rev. Veugban 8 Collins gave an exceedingly Interesting secount of his recent trip through Eutern New Yor* and the Epwortb League convention at hound Lake. Tbe talk was fall of witty and Instructive anecdotes and outlined the movement* of the Wilmington people from the time they left Wilmington until their return. The Work of Beautifying a Church. Two Italian artiats, who are beautify log St. Peter's H C. Church, have made rapid progress in their work. Tbe windows back of the altar are closed and the plastering baa been removed in many places The interior will be beautifully frescoed all over and tha church will be nicely paiuted and beautified throughout. It Is estimated that the woik of improve ment will oost $2,000. A Trainman Maimed To-day. Edwin Roach, employed as a freight brikeman on Conductor Phillips's "Extra 172," of tbe Delaware road, met with an aocident that maimed him tor life, here this morning Roach was ooupling cals on a battery eldiug when he attempted to pull a pin. His right hand was caught and mashed In an instant. He was taken to tbe station and tent to bis home In Wilmington on the train leaving here at 9 42. He la a married man and only 22 years old. Fifty-seven to lie Tried This mornlnga'a roster of the jail showed a total population of 155 prison era, a alight. Increase over this year's average. Tbe Increase Is due to tbe approach of Heptember court, when many of these fellows will be let ont to see the light of day again. There are fifty-seven Imprisoned people now wait ing to be taken over to crort In the county van Will Davie A Bro. Repave Water Street .' Oily Council will meet in special session to-morrow evening to consider the proposals for rrpaving Front or Water street from Delaware to Har mony. Davie A Bro , of Wilmington,are the lowest bidders, their bid for repav ing the street with email cobblestones belug only 18 cents per fool, being especially low and tempting, amounting only to $328 78 for tbe entire work Incidents of tlie Dny, The Knights of the Golden Eagle of Christiana picknlcked yesterday in Whiteman's woods. Professor Korswlll, of Princeton, Is announced to preach at the Presby terian Chaich on Sunday, both morning and evenlug. Real estate of John D. Cannon, e well known citizen, is advertised for sale by Sheriff Paul Uillls one week from to morrow. Tty Truitt's loe cream. 30 L About 100 New Castle people will go to Wilmiugton to-morrow night to eee "The Limited Mail''at tbe Grand Opera House They talk of swelling the ciowd and getting s special train A large party of local baseball enthus iasts yesterday saw the "pick of Wil miogton" attempt to play ball against Smyrna, which was so easy for C A. C laal Saturday. They say that Leach aud Hayes ot New Castle alone saved the home team from passing into oblivion Thomas Martin, who was so seriously injured st Fonrth and Shipley streets iu Wilmington, is home to dsy from the Delaware Hospital, Wilmington. Martin was driving a load of wheat which his horses upset by turning the corcer too quickly. Company H, First Infantry, N. G. D., bas resumed drills and there was a nice showing of young soldiers in fatigue uniform with whit* trousers A force of men is at work painting the Narrow Dyke bridge Colonel Joseph E Vantine is reported be mach improved to day. Get yonr life .insured with John I. Boyle, New Castle, 26 cents per week, age 25 gets $1 D0U or $500 iu sickness. Bay a 10, 15 or 20 year endowment—and get your money—while you live. All policies are in fall benefits at once. Personal Event». Frank Moore, on Model farm of the New Castle Common, entertained a host of his friends last night at a watermelon party at his oountry home. George Newlove, the lone representa tive of New Castle at the University of Pennsylvania where he Is studying for the medical profession, will leave for New York to witness tbe international He will be the guest of lo yacht races George Frszer, of Brooklyn. Miss Rebecca Calhoun, accompanied by her father, Samnel Calhoun, left for Philadelphia yesterday, where she will spend several weeks. Iq honor of Miss Mary Taylor, of Philadelphia. Misa Lydia Harney cave an •vening social at the home of Mi and Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Mrs. Peter G. Madden on South Fourth street last night. About thirty guests spent a most enjoyable evening. Mils Taylor will return to Philadelphia to morrow. Miss Maud Eaton, of Ban Creik, is visiting here, and is belug entertained by Mrs Eiward H. Cbelfios. Mrs William Knlgbt, of Baltimore, la visiting Mrs John J. Black. Mis Bettine McK Rogers left home fhia morning for an Autnmn visit In Virginia. Refreshing temperance drinks at Tnillt's, Mr. and Mrs Comegys are visiting at Christiana, the gnesls of Mrs Vincent. Miss Lyda Cnetlius is here on a visit to Mrs E H Chefflns Au excellent llfe-slza portrait of Rev. E L Brady, pastor of St. Peter'sObureb, this city, has been painted in Wilming ton and is on exhibition there in en East Fonrth street studio. Fifth Auditor Thomas Holoomb, who spent his vacation at his old ltotre here, has retained to bis Washington ilfice and home W. Fred Worthington, of Philadelphia, spent laet evening here on a visit to old frieDda. John R Limbson has returned from a bnslness trip to New York. City Councilman Leals E Ellason has been down to Chlncoteagne with tbe Trustees of the Poor party. Early next woek Mrs O V. Wise will remove Into the Nowland residence at Delaware and Water streets to be vacated by Mr. and Mrs James A Nowland Miss Rata Clark, who has been visiting In this city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Calhoun, on Cherry Btreet, has returned to her home. Mr and Mrs. J, B. Manlove left for Morton. Pa., yesterday to spend a week Mrs E L Wilson has gone on a visit down the Btate. Mr und Mrs William E Geaia have a new son at their home on Broth street. Andrew M Gallagher will be a candi date for the C. A. 0. Board of Directors, and will make a strong run. Miss Lldle Wright, who has been spending the Hummer at Ocean Grove and Aabury Park, has returned home. John Scbuhardt, Jr, who is now a Philadelphian, Dime down tioin the Quaker City last night for a visit to his father, Councilman Hchuhardt. .' A MARYLAND CRABBER ARRESTED. Mnoh FicIIhi Il*tw*en Oltlr.ann of Tangier and Smith'« I«lauda Over lloundary Dispute«. Orisfibld, Md., Sept 6 —David Hoff man was captured by tbe Virginia state fishery foroe. and yesterday he was taken to Tangier Island and anatgned before Justice Lewis Cooper, hnt was relatsed. He said he had no intention of violating the law Some time ago Captain George Murphy, of tbe Tangier, had etakes set on the boundary, about one mile on the Vir ginia side. Crabbers from Smith's Island repeatedly pulled up these etakes, so Captain Murphy concluded not to pnt them down any more man was crabbing place where Notice has bee t given to Marylanders not, to go over tbe line. Hoffman was Informed that If be had been from Smith's Island, It would have tgoue hard with him. Considerable feeling exista between the cltlzsne of Tangier aud Smith's Islands growing out of disputes iu regard to the bouudary. Hoffmann was crabbing et tbe time of his capture aud made no effert to esoape The tongersof Virginia tre at woik in Tangier sound. About 400 boats wire working there to day. The oysters are bringing 25 cents par bushel. lieft near tbe stakes stoed thfse Oysters, wholesale aud retail, at Ain scow's, No 109 East Fourth street. Phones 657 and 073 Condition of Hr. Marshall. Snow Hill, Md , 8*pt 6 —The oondl Marshall, who tlon of Dr. Edward W. until recently was deputy collector of Internal revenue, continues about the semi. Sevetal months ago he fell on the pavement in Baltimore and sprained his aukle, aud after that breame so great a sufferer from heart trouble and asthma that be was compelled to resign bis position and return to his home iu Snow Hill, where he now is living at tbe house of his son in-law, Dr. E 8 Dashlell. Is Sudden Death ol William L*filer. ElktON, tad.,Sept 0 — William Ltfiler, a well known resident of Elkton, died suddenly yesterday afternoon of heart failure. Ue was in his usual health, and after partaking of a hearty dinner started out of the room, when he fell on tbe floor and expired immediately. He was 65 years of age aud a native of Germany. Two children survive him, Fred H. Letiisr and Miss Rosa Le filar. iu I. of for for of For Lowtr Telenhoue Kales. Chkstak, Sept. 6,—A second largely attended meeting of ihe telephone subscribers of this city and vicinity was held last evening iu CouuoU chambers. The committee appointed by a previous meeting to secur« lower rates,if posslb'e. from the Bell Company repirted that nothing oonld ba done witn the old company After a great deal of discus sion it was decided to support the lately incorporated Delaware County Telegraph and Telrpaone Company, and a résolu tion to that effect was adopted. The old rate is founded on a basis of $66 with additional charges for additional dis tanoes, and the uew company promises $30 rate. Fall gtyl«» of Derby Hat* Just opened. All the fashionable shapes for young men at Ross's, 210 Market street. Oar Hats are bought in case lots from the mills direct,therefore our Prices Guaranteed tbe Lowest. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Little Dot "Uncle George save I'm too lO'iuai I""» What doc» that mean:-' Mamma —' That »near» you talk too much." xlttle Dot (after reflect Ion >."I— '»i>ose big word» «'»> made »0 folks could nay mean thing» wtfout filmin' anybody's feelings.''—Good New*. That tired feeling shoo id be overcome at once or it may end seriously. bareaparilU now and prevent suffering later In the sea-on. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine, liarmlee», reliable, sure by for of an Take Hood's sickness and First Dog—"What's tlie row down the aisle?" Hecoml I lug —"Th»t'B one of Mul ford'v pupe. He won his first prl.;e yesterday end fils head E«s swelled so they can't get his collar off."—Chicago Mall. TO BUILD A HEW PACKET. Work Will Itegln nt On cm nt the Jack> non and Sharp (jumpan)'i for tl** Warner Company'« New Hteamar—De scription of the float. In place of tbe old freight packet Colete, belonging t.o tbe Charles Warum Company, a wooden Bteem barge of modern pattern rnn between this city and Phila delphia The new beat will be built by the Jackson and Sharp Company, of this city, and will be constructed of stout uia'erial for carrying general cargoes of merchandise between the two cities Bbe will be 105 feet long, 251 feet he»m and 7 feet depth of hold. Work on the near boat will begin at once at the Jackson aud Sharp Company's Her machinery may be supplied by the Harlan and Hollingsworth Company The Coleta bas been running nearly all the year for many years will he built to RADICAL CHANGKS CONTEMPLATED. Things Which Are os Ihe Carpet at the Young Hen'i ChrlHtlan Association, The executive aud finance committees of the Y'oung Men's Christian Associa tlon will meet in joint ssesion on Tues day evening aud oouslder their special Hues of work. A religious meeting, particularly but not exclurirely for members of the association. will be held on Buudu; afternooi. ' Physio »I Jaoksnu's Director room has been repainted and is being rearranged that will in the tuiiding. The probab'lltles are General Secretary Lang mtke several radical changes interior arrangements of tbe A Yellow »tunt* Purk Trip Will do more to overcome that feeling ol lassitude nr laziness, whichever you pre fer to call It, than all the medicine in the apothecary's shop Get ont of the harness for a while, take a lay oiT and go to tbe Park aud become renewed In body and mind. Wee the Geysers play—hear the Paint Pots pop—the Cataracts roar climb about the Canton Walls-catch trout In Yellowstone Like—take on a new life. daaaengtr agent Northern Paclfio railroad six cents for tbe new aud illnstrattd tourist book Hond Charles H Fee, geueral An Encfclopwdla for *3.25. Only a few copies left of Rand Mc Nally & Co.'s F.ucyolopwdia and Gazeteer, which will be disposed of at $2.25—which Is barely tb» cost of manufacture. This Ib a work of 800 pages and is a condensa tlon of tb» Encyclopedia Britannica, Chambers's Encyclopedia, etc., with tha addition of much original to liter treating of American subjects. It contains eighty colored maps aud 2.000 engravings aud lb the cheapest work ever offered in this city. Apply for one at a the Evening Journal office. R ed birds, wholesale and retail, at Alnscows. No 109 East Fourth street Phone» 657 and 673 Pire Iu a Printing Office. Whit Chester, Sept 6— At 10 o'clock today a fire bioke out ia the press room of the Village record office, this borough, through a lamp exploding while an employe was at work under the printing machine Hie Harnes Instantly spread to some waste, and bnt fo • the timely arrival of a chemical engine and lie tfficlent work a disastrous fire would have resulted. As it was the damage was slight. Tu Race at Klverton To-morrow. Wheelmen Frank Turner, D F. Mayne and C.1B Jack will go to Riverton to morrow to have a part in the big me« I of cyclists there Turner Is entered Iu the Smile handle .p, the 1 mile open sud tbe half mile haudiotp Jack ia in the 1 mite open, aud the 3 mile handicap. Mayne is iu the 3 mile hand'eap A Heavy Hero Till* 51 1 x 01118 . Reports from Kent and Snseex couu ties this morning are to the effect that a heavy rain storm swept over lower Delaware and Mirylandj this mining, just before daylight. The raiu felt Ina deluge as far north as Smyrna. It was a great blessing to the «(rowing crops, and ju*t each copious showers have been needed there for weeks. 4c. lb—i'Uah-4c. lb. Ou Saturday, September 7. at Fifth and Klug streets, Sscoud aud King streets and Eighth street market, from 6 a in. nuttl sold a carload of fish. Hesse bring basket or paper Frrm Nelson, Ltckwood & Co., owners, North Long Brae eh ponud fisheries. Oyster by the quart at Ainscow'», No. 169 E*st Fourth street Paoues 657 and 573. Delivered to all parts of the city t tee. a Ileal Kstate Treuaferrod. Tranfer of the real estate No. 709 Poplar street from John T. B ack to William Lawton was filed la the tbe office of the registry clerk this mornlu»f Goltler Colles» Now Often. New students entering d*lly for the practical busiuess and shorthand courses Killed by a Live Wire. UTICA, N. Y., Sept. 6.—Edward Allen, a lineman einployud in the electric light works, missed his footing while at work on a pole, and coming in contact with a live wire was instantly killed, 1,400 volts passing through bis body. Firemen re moved the tssly, which was lvidly burned. Dr. Fraker at HU Old Home. Richmond, Mo., Sept. fi.—Dr. Fraker, who Is In jail here on the charge of at tempting to defraud Insurance companies, was recognized here by a score of )>eople. The recognition was mutual, Dr. Fraker calling several by name and conversing with them. A Peculiar Acddeut. Medina, N. Y'., Sept. 6.—James Spald ing of Ertlgi- Harbor was found dead bo side tlu< road under an overturned buggy In Oak orchard. Probably ho fell out in such « manner as to break his neck. Office Seventh and King, l'liou«;64S. H T. Sergeant dealer in coal and wood T®"A large load of wood for $l.bU, tdf' Lug* pea ooal for family um THE N.Y. STOCK MARKET T. D. Hooper & Co.'s Dispatcb By Private Wires. THG I.ATE8r WALL STREET SEW Special Dispatch Evening Journal. Nbw York, Sept. 6.-3 p. m.—The reactionary tendency of St. Paul was In terrupted by London houses to cover a moderate amount of outstanding con tracts. and this inspired a buying move ment in tbe general railroad list which gave an artificial undertone of strength all along the Hue The rise in the Grangers was checked , however, by realizing sales and also because of a desire on the part of the room traders to even np their contracts! The gold exports by to morrow's steamer aggregate $1,050,000 total for the week of To morrow's consignments were smaller than the early estimates and this caused a better feellug particularly in the low prloed spéculatives including Missouri Pajlfij, Tennessee Coal, Kansas and Texes Preferred and General Electric all of which have became oversold. The npward movement lu General Bleotrle was attributed to tbs manipula tion of new pool which the Flower party are understood to have au interest in. There was also acme talk of the General Election closing a contract with a prominent firm of Locomotive Builders to facilitate tbe c instruction of electric motors Ungar was kept remarkably steady on advancing tendency of tha market for refined sugars Grade No 6. grauniatt'd, being 116 cent per pound higher The finger Trust directors declared the regular quarterly dividend of 3 per oent. on tbe common and 1} per oent on tbe preferred Ohlasgo Gas was hammered at the opening, but had a fesble rally cn the belief that settlement of elalms against city of Chicago is near at hand. The city of Chleago warrants will be distributed to its creditors and in tarn discounted,by the latter, this will give the Chicago gas about $00.000 in ready cash but Its floating 'debit and construc tion acconuts are twice that amount fit. Paul's annual leport will show also 2 p«r cent, earned on tbe stock. Tobacco ermmon w»s bid up on the shorts but lost part of the advance on sales by the Well party. Weekly Imports of dry goods were valued at $2,368,502, against $1,512 559 for theacorreupunding week laet year. City banks hive lost about $1 500,000 currency this week. Money 1 per cant. New York Slock»—Closing Prices—3 p. M or a $4,000,000 BID ASKKD American notion Oil Cornnany 11Î44 II2?ü Atohtaon, Topeka * Sante Fe... 21'* B Amerlcau Tobacco Company... B5Js 9W4 Baltimore ami Ohio. ....66 ** i Bay Slate Has Company... Canada Southern. Central of New Jersey. Chesapeake and Ohio. Chicago ami Northwestern. 1G644 Chicago.Burlington andijatney 1*64 Chicago '-»as Co. & Fid. T. R_ «4 Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul ? 74» Chicago,Kock Island and Pacific R2*s Cleveland C.C and St.Louis.... 48»» Delaware and Hudson Canal.. 13314 Delaware Lack a. and Western. 166 Diet. * Cattle F.eders' Co.. General Electric Co. Lake Shore & Mich. So. Louisville and Nashville — Manhattan Consolidated_ Mo. Km. and Texas. Missouri Pacific. N.Y. Central and Hudson... N. Y. Ontario and West. Northern Pacific. . Northern Pacific. Preferred.. Pacific Mall Steamship uo. Philadelphia and Reading... Tennessee Ceil Iron A R. R •'exas and Pacific. Union Pacific. 1544 United States Rubber Company «64 Wabash. 94* Western Union Telegraph Co.. 94'» Wheeling ard Lake Erl*. 16*4 Wheeling and Lake KrlePref.. 5n»» United State» leather. 178 United States Leather, Pref.. 874» •1 MM rets 11314 11 « ■ 1 ■ •• Km 9*4 fil'd 6244 I I 170 . MM J' l -j 30*4 160 r ■ 6514 MM, 11*44 I! I I8 T * ... 41 ** »•M I09V4 18*1 b\ liW m fij j in 19» 4 SA .-I 43'» 4'»* I»« 13« 1 . i. i" 84' IMM, 52 17H» 1 Cotton New York Closing Price«. October, 7 hi) bid, 7 01 asked; November, 7 IM bid, 7 1)7 asked; December, 5 03 bid, 5.04 asked; January, 8 10 bid, 8 11 asked. Chlcaen Clvtlne Price* Wheat. Sept . 584*; Dec. 6"*; Mvy, It b»; Corn, 8»pt .31«: Gala. eept.. I»; Mav, !tbd: I'ork. 8 511; 'an . h 75; Lard, 5 25; Jan ,5110; tUb». 5 67F4; Jan., The Letter Carrier«' Convention. Philadelphia, Sept. 6.—At the letter carriers' convention the afternoon session was devoted entirely to tho presentation of a ticket to be voted for. The following nominations were made: President, C. C. runden, Cincinnati; Richard F. Quinn, Philadelphia; William J. Hennessey, Bos ton. Vice president, K. .1. Kessler, Now Orleans; James Arklson, Mass. Secretary. John F. Victory, Wash ington; J. Paul Green, Atlanta. To lieat the Thousand Mile Record. Toronto, Sept. 6.—Ferdinand Shabol, the long distanee French champion, com menced his 1,000 mile ride against time on the quarter mile Imard track on Toron to island. Shnliel started unpncod and will attempt to boat Grimms' 84 hour rec ord of 452 miles and other records np to 1,000 miles. He Is in splendid condition and will go tho first 24 hours without dis mounting. 6 Fall River, a Fatally Hurt by a Uicycllet. Providence, Sept. 6.—Mrs. William Brady of Olneyvllle and her dnughtor-ln lnw, Mrs. Michael Brady, were run down hy a bicycle on Eddy street. Tlio former was injured Internally, and It Is feared fatally. The wheelman loft tho scene in a harry, and tho police are looking for him. _ Monument I'livt'iled In Hallivun County, MonticKLLO, N. Y., Sept. 6.—The first soldiers' monument for Sullivan county was unveiled hero in the Sullivan County |iark ki the presence of 8,000 people. The monument Is the one exhibited by Mnrris J. Powers ut the World's fair and reoeived first premium. A Double Tragedy. York, Pa., Sept. 6.—William Beaver son, aged 35 years, an employee of tho York rolling mills, shot and instantly killed ills wife Ida, aged 30 years, and fired a bullet into his head, dying a few luomcLtfi later. The Ks-Sherlff Hedfest Again. Fx Sheriff Philip R C'ark is bedfast »gain at hia bom* near Edge Moor, bav lug had a relapse dne to too much activity dining his period of convalec H« ta suffering with rheumatism »ad malm*. TI»* American Feopl 9 Appear to be waking up to tb e (act that the Yellowstone Park Is something we ought to be proud of. The travel to the Park this year is heavier than ewer. Ger many, England, France and other foreign countries annually send large nrjnbtrs of travelers to see that famed region. At last the United citâtes itself seems to want to "be in the swim." Drop your busl ness for a fortnight, postpone that other vacation scheme and go and glory in the gl tries of nature For six cents I will .vend vou a beautiful book that describes the Park. Charles 8. Fee. general passeuger agent Northern Pacific railroad, 8t. Paul, Minn Irving W.Laritnore,physical director of Y M C A, Des Moines,Iowa,says he can con scientiously recommend Chamberlain's Psin Balm to athletes,gymnasts,bicyclists, football players and the profession In gon eral for bruises, sprains and dislocations; also for sorsnese and stiff ness of the mus des When applied before tbe parts becou e swollen it will effect a cure In one half the time usually required. For sale by Z James Belt, druggist., corner Sixth and Market WALL PAPER Almost given away. Must bave room for Spring gooos. White backs, 8 yards long, 5c a piece. Brown backs Nice Gold Paper Higher priced paper cut In half. We hang Wall Psper and hang it right. Try our Damp Wall Varnish 3 je a piece. 6c a piece. Window Shades. With spring rollers and fixtures Included. Felt. 15c; Felt Waterproof,20c Opaqne, Cloth.25e; Fringed,40c. Special Oil Cloth, 85a; Fringed or Lace, 50c Hand pain ted Oil Cloth, 50c; Fringed 65c and 75c. A large line of Fringes aud Laces in stoek. We make shades to order a specialty. The largest line of Wall Papers and Win dow Shades in the city.Give ns a call and we will save yon money. PRESTON W. IYEAGER, No. 408 King: Street. Clearing Out Odds and Ends of Neglige Shirts and Summer Underwear. ! HIS month we will cloar out at reduced prices all odd» and ends ot Net* litte tfhirts and Summer Un derwear. I WYATT & CO •1 Men's Furnishers, 603 Market Street, v BT~WE LAUNDRY COL LARS FOR ONE CENT. SPECULATION, HAMMOND & CO., Stock and Bond Brokers 130 and 132 Pearl Street, NFW TORE 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.) r Hamburgers ECONOMY SATURDAY ROYAL BARGAINS at J 220-222 Market St. ADVICE GIVEN A week »go about getting tho boys ready for school 'Mom the usual trouble for parents'' was well taken, and our BOYS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT has, sinco last Friday, been a buty, busy place. HERE YOU GET the very bast workmanship—the very best fitting garments—the very latest Htyies, and every suit is the very best value obtainable for tho price. YOUR MONEY BACK I? YOU DON'T THINK SO. ALL WOOL BLUE and BLACK Nobby Rough Diagonal CHEVIOT SUITd, sizes 5 to 15 years. Regular price of these is $4 SPECIAL PRICE SATURDAY $2,69. SCORES OE STYLES NOBBY MIXTURES AT In Wool Cheviot and Cassimeres —mixed colorings, light, medium and dark shades Regular $3 50, $4 and $5 Sails. SPECIAL PRICE SATURDAY $2.50. $5-oo That sell for $6 and $6.50 in other stores. Nobby Suits st $4 that bring $5 elsewhere. Big window fall of them. O.ber styles Iu store. Big window full of them. ) Lote of other styles iu [ store. We have a couple hnudred p»irs of Msu's extra fine aud medium quality Pantaloons—light and medium shades. If you are up to snuff you'll buy several pairs. MEN'S PANTALOONS \ We want to sell them all to morrow If possible—we think It is. HERE'S THE TALE. HERE'S THE TALE. About another lot of 100 or more pairs of good substantial Psutaloons. The lot con tains an assortment of broken lots of var ious pr css all the way from $1 50 to $3 50, (YOUR CHOICE SATURDAY $ 1 . 00 . Positively for Saturday only. About 150 pairs of them, our extra fine Pantaloons that are worth from $6, $6 50, $7, $7 50 to $8 per pair. YOUR CHOICE SATURDAY' $2,50. Positively for Saturday only. of our $1 00 Laundered Percale Shirts, either with Bsoarete collars and cuffs or attached colla and cuffs— SIXTY-THREE CENTS. Choice 220 and 222 Market Street HAMBURGERS, BANKING ANI) FINANCIAL. T. D. HOOPER & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 1» New Street, N. Y. Member» of tils New York Stock Exchange. BRANCH OFFICE: 810 Market Street, Wilmington, Del, New York Rates of Commission. Money Loaned! on Mortgage REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD, RENTS AND INTEREST COLLECTED, STEAMSHIP TICKETS, IRISH AND ENGLISH DRAFTS, INVESTMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS, BONDS AND CRAIN bought and sold on all the leading ex changes in the country. „ Private telegraph wires to New York, Phila delphia, Boston, Chicago, Baltimore and Washington, H. L. EVANS & CO,, liaiilcers ami Brokers, Kightli And Markot Stree Artisans' Savings Banfc NO. m MASKAT STREIT. Wilmington. Del*« are. Open dally from:8 o'clock a. m. until 1 p. m •870.9*8 77 • 783,175 35 Assets, Deposits, Surplus, •117.703 43 Interest allow el ou deposit* of money let one or more caleu i i months at the rat e of 1 per cent, per .mum. Money loaned os m rrtgages on rea > • ate J. AUGUSTUS McCAULLEY. President. T. ALLEN HILLES, Vice-President, E. T. TAYLOR, Sec'y and Trass. JOSEPH M..MATHER, Auditor. Mav 1.1895 THIN OUT THOSE SHOE BILLS. HOW? GIVE US YOUR TRADE AND WE WILL SHOW YOU. Fuld's Iron-shod School Shoes For Boys and Girls. An lionost shoo for honest wear at honest prices. Six years of hard test havo proven them the best wearers ever olïered. Special School Shoe Bargains. For ltoj'N. 98c—A lot of Elegant school Shoes— sizes to 2. $1 23—degant Iron Shod Shoes— Sizes ■ o 6 $1.17 -Boy»'Iron Shod Shoes—great ser vie». Siz-s to BJ, For Girls. 74c—A lot of solid leather girls' shoes— fiizss to 2 97c—Elegant girls' shoes, good style and service. Sizes to 2 « $1.15-Fine Russet Shoes—reduced from $2 00 . THE LAST, GREATEST AND FINAL CUT IN OXFORDS. A Bargain Table, Choice 97c Hundreds of Dairs of fine Paris and French Kid.Dongola. Suede, Russia and Russet Oxfords, : . o7c ■ values itinning from $2 to $4. Choice $1 47, $1 93, $2 37 Three Great Bargains ia Ladies' Shoes Fine Paris Kid— all shapes. Extension soles. Every pair saves you $1 00. $t 95 Men's Calf 8boes 5 styles—tbe $3 00 kind $2 23 Men's Fine Calf Shoes—wear warranted—see them $2 85 Men's Welled and Stitched Shoes, from $4 00 A money saver. Men's Fine Russets at Just Half Regular Selling Price. 300 pairs Nelson Russia band-made Shoes, pointed ani rquare toes, tbe $5 grade. Also 350 pairs elegant calf Shoes, all toes, at $2. These are bargains worthy your attention . #-* I FULD'S DISSOLUTION SHOE SALE 226 I Market Street Makers of "Tender-Feet" Shoes. Other stores : Trenton, N. J , Paterson, N J. A $10 Men's sizes, Black anil Blue Cheviots, made right here so that we are responsible for the making, as well as wear and general satisfaction. These are new fall goods, new Btock and new styles, and while you can get $10 Suits any where and everywhere you might as well get the beat you can for the money, and this is why we want you to dee ours We have also some aplondid new things in mixed Cheviot SuitB at $10 and better ones up as high as you will caro to pay. Odd Trousers all sizes, for men and boys, if you don't care to get a whole suit just yet. Made as well and as much for the money as you can find. 8UIT JAMES T. MULLIN & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoos, 6th & Market, Wilmington.