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HIS CSRRIÜGE WRECKED.
Remarkabe Escape of J. ,T Davidson's Family. CHANGE IN HILL MANAGEMENT Other Events A boat Town—Two Mar xi»c*i Tbl« WMk-ViluablM L >«t and round-Loral Artist Faints an Opera Homs Been«—Schools May Not He Closed. Speetal correspond ear« Evening Jonrnal. New Castle. Not. 25.— Mr. and Mr* John T. Davidson sod their daughter Eiktou .people, * had a very narrow etetpe from sn awful death on Saturday evening below Bear Station They were driving along the read in a light carriage about dusk, returning home from a visit to New Csstls comity relatives. Tbe Delaware division express train leaving Wilmington at 4 27 was a tiifla late on Saturday eveniug.and when it reached that neighborhood was mak lug good time Mr. Davldaon, it is «aid, hurried to get across the traok iu time mhealenlatiug the speed of the train and hie borae becoming unruly, tb* locomotive was quickly upon him A quick application of the sir brak.s probably saved the lives of the Davidson family Tue carriage wts demolished and the horse so badly crippled that death re ief But tlie three persona miracuionai) escaped with only a few bruises and a bad shaking up badlv shocked. Dr McKae. of Mlddl« town, to whom the lnjored paople were taken, rendered necessary medical assistance. *»» Management at lha Cotton Mill« management of capitalism is to take charge or tne Triton Ootton Mills, which shot down last week James G Shaw, Jr., who will 1>> Interested In the new syndicate, that the ruilla will probably only deserted for a fortnight, and will than b* started up under quite a different system and bs run on a belter uud steadier plau than ever before It Is said that Mr Addlcks and Taylor Dickson of Pbliadeiphls, are members of tbe new syndicate. Anniversary Service All the Week Interesting annlveraaay services tu commemoration of the twenty seveo'b annivtrsary of U. A U K Church were begun yesterday aud will continue all the veek. Ksmlnlseencss of deoeasi d numbers were related by Major Baiuuti Waters, one of tbs oldest nativ« real dents of Delaware. At 10 80, Rev Aabury Smith, former paster, now of a Pennsylvania church, preached. Rev Samuel Ambrose was the afternoon preacher and the evening ret mon was by Jlev. Joseph W Clement,«, a well kuown minister of the conferenoe. During the week spacial sermons will be preached as follow«: Monday—Rev. Charloe H. Boulden, Wilmington Tuasaay—Rav. D. M Rvbarts, Kaunett Square. Wednesday—Rev. J. W. DaShUida, Wilmington Thursday—Rav. W. M H Guy, Wil mlugtan. Friday—R*» Charles H. Lewie Sunday. 10 80—Rev, J. A Llaby, Vine land. N. J. Sunday, 2 80— Rev. C. J. Hall, New Castle. w«e > Mr.*. Davidson w«» An entire new eaye > Another Cleh Was Shut Oat. Cheater's school team whs easy for the Colombia Athletic Club's eleven on Hat urday, and the home team's record of clean abut-outs to every visltlog team tbta season still remains unmarred. Wilson was too 111 to play and Laccasttr earns In to quarter back, Boris Pelrg put on at full back All the local teams played well, tbe btoks making some very elev.r advances B*r!e kicked wail and Lancaster old good work placing tbe oval over goel rails Loogbotham and Worrel playad beat for Ohtster Members of Wilmington Wheel Club football team were over on Saturday to see the game. They will pl.y CAO ou Thenkegivlog morniug at 10 o'clock Toeir team is composed of some of tb» teat athletes of tbe etate, much heavier and atroDg.r than G A. QL, but bets wars made on Haturday evening tuat New Castle wonld win. The Wheel Club will probably oome In a spacial train they expect to bring about 200 people wi'h them Saturday's players: COLEU1UA A. C. Rodney Wrlsut. Tim ms Weggenmas Meredl h ... Uhal.engcr a CBESTSR .. ..l»ft end .... ....Iff. tackle. . ...left guard_ .centre. ...light guard . .. lieht tackle... .. .tight end . ..q latter back... . left halt back, light half ba. k -...tall-back_ Longbottom -.1 lavis -Pritchard .Llnds'y . H. Worrell .Coulter .(lark .Bordr-n .OgUd.y ...S. Worrell .Ilarv») Touch-down«-Countlas iï), Mostgomrry ( 11 GowJ»—Lancaster It) Bafetr, Harvey, for r-d by Meredith Referee—Ewell Harvur. em pire—W. J. Hoffmann, ecore-IS toll. Ltaeaeter Mouteomrrr (.run tine. Bon«. Local ArtUt Point« a Seen«. Hecre'try C Edwin E k.ee of tie Colombia Athletic Club who is ante eompllsed arttat in oil color, has p«iut. d a fine >c»ua—a mountain gorge In N«ve< a —wbioh he will probably add to tl Opera House stage seenea. Will Friday He e Solid«)? There is mnoh epeoulstlon over what the Board of Education will decide at its monthly m-etlng to-morrow nlgbt regarding Thanksgiving holiday in lb« schools. Of cooree there Is no question about a rast of cue day—tbe day of thanks itself—but there Is s division about aatabiiihing a pieordent as to the Friday following. Ever)body seem» to be of the opinion that » rule should be r A Stitch in Time" Baves nine, says the old proverb. Mr. J. F. Wassel, printer fek Dwight, 111.,says: bjk "I neglected what SH seemed a slight ■■ ailment uu yffl til 1 became so broken down à from rheumatism vS that I hnd to give up my work and \jgÿ became an invalid. I yielded to roy eJ wife's proposition to take Hood 's Sa r «atmrllln. 1 nsed 2 bottles, have entirely recovered strength and cujoy life like a new man. My wife says Hood's Sarsaparilla Did it and insisted on my writing this." t Hood's Pills nation. ZSc. uer but. ■ Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report © ABSOLUTELY PURE adopted, If not already In existence, eettlog forth that no snob an uossttlad arrangement as opening school on Friday, for one day, should «xtst. Incidents of th« !>•?. The New Castie News Is uow twloe Its former size Stenn beat Is working snecssefolly on the New Cattle accommodation iraloa Two lnug-term prisoners will finish their sentences In j all this week. There is very 111 tie Indication of dull neea at tbe DeHwere Iron Works except In I he bell weld départit eut. Totre are 850 men oj the pay-roll New York and Liverpool ocean arey h nind Perl« passed down at 5 40 o'clock on Saturday evening, her overhauling having been completed at Cramps'« ship yard. Bnspeet steamer Leon, which went asboie on Ra'nrdav eb >»e tble city while Ini king suspiciously close inshore was polit d t (I and towed up for rapaira on Saturday night, Mrs Charles 8 Paxton lost a jewelled bracelet «hile golog into the M K Church last night. It has beeu found by Janitor Towniend and returned to lie owner John Hoeridan, of this cltv, employed an an operator In the West Y-.nl, left a $20 kersey overoiat in tbe es*ly room lug New Castle accommodatlou tiatu at Wilmington last Thursday and has never heard of It elnoe. Montgomery, the athlete who hat made rero'd» Iu baseb.lisnd fo u ball, has received au urgent let er from Manager J J. Carney, dated Union-, Mass , who wants him to trot around left garden la several Western League ball fields. A Thanksgiving aervtoe was bald by the Epworth League of the M K Cburoh last night Iu charge of Mrs. V H. Collins Boms New Castle men were raeh enough to beton Prlnoeton. Do not delay placing your frolt cake orders ut Valletta'» bakery. The soomir you decide, the bettor the cake, Peter Caseidy, who will probably play first base for Manager McCloekey, of Louisville, next *ea*n»n, was In town on Haturday and was kept busy receiving congratula' Iona He aays th* Louisville Clnb Is fall of live young men for next season. Ferannal Kiinti. Re-Representative George W Erkies has reooverrd from his tenons Indtaposl tiou of the past week aud Is able to be at his de*k again In th# Dslawars Iron Work» office Miss Nanule Biranb of St. Georg»«, 1» In the elty ou s visit to Miss Carrie Ht ranb Obarles T Edwards and Miss Harsh Ltbonbe will be married at. tha reHilenoe of Mr. and Mr» George W, Dickerson on North F'fth street next Wednesday Tbs wedding will take plaoe at n^ou and bride and groom wilt leave at I 18 p. in for an extended bridai journey. The cer*mony will be partially private Mis J J Black, of thh* city han been visiting her mother Mrs K icsbetb Grooms, of Elkton John J MoCaughan and MIsh Mams McGrory are announced to be married on Tbnrtday night Mrs Newkirk, of Philadelphia, has b»en visiting relatives here the pist week LEWE.8 WRECKERS BUSY. Went to Braou« the Lncy A. Uavla and Drought Deck an t'nknown Vessel In Tow. SiHM.-lal Correspondence Evening Journal. Lewes Nov 28 —Tbe wrreklog steamer North Amsrlci with a crew of Lewes wreckers left the Breakwater Friday for Waebapreagu* shoal, where the eebooner Luey A Davis, with a load of lumber, stranded. Before the America got there she was siguaied by a large four masted schooner ashois below Ohmeo teigne. Tbe Amrrioa went to her assistance and aueseedt d In gxttiog lier < ff aud left Cblncoteague with the Vessel In to** Tbe name of the schooner is unknown It is seldom that tbe wreckers leave tbe harbor for one vessel and get another be fore they reach the one .'they start fc. I is supposed tbe Merrlt VVrrcki g Company, of Norfolk, V« , tenured tu«, oontract for getting the Davis < (I W A McGuire, a well known ollizsn of McKay, Ohio, is of tha opialou that there is nothing as go d for oblldren troubled with colds or oronp as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy He h a used It in bis fain ily for several years with the best résulta and always keeps a bottle of it in the bone* After having la grippe he was him self troubled with a severe eonvb. He nsed other lemedles without benefit and then concluded to try the children'« med iclne aud to his delight it soon effected permanent eure 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Z James Bolt, druggist,corner Sixth and Market streets. OBlco Seventh aud R»ag. t'hone 945. H. T Bergend dealer in eoal and wood <kV*T.arire n*e eoal for family nee $4.50 CJTHickory wood for open grates. Nothing Like It. Time brings mauv changes bnt the climate of California,"The Italy of Amer ca," aud the attractions of tbe many famous health and pleasure resorta are the same yesterday, to day and forever Tourists never will tire of »peaking In praise of the soft and balmy air, the pro fusion of fiowere, tbe magotfisent display of frnits, tbe luxury of sea- bathing and the beautiful walks and drives Then, too, it must be couceded that with buch excellent equipment consisting of Reclining Obair Cars, Pullman Palace Sleepers aud Pullmati Diolog Cars, all heated by steam and lighted with Plntecb Light, tbe Union Pacific. "Tbe Overlaud Route,'' Is the tonristn favorite your agent for tickets via this route. E L Lomax General Passenger aud Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb A.-.( Drowned W bile Dredalua forOyatera lifCBicriBi.n. Md., 1 Nov. 95—Captain John H Ward, of the ecboouvr E.la Davis, of Crlafiald, reported to the collector of the Crhfirld custom house l»tter the sccidertai drownii-g Wlll'am Baru»s. col red, «dredger, North Carolina from his vesral November 18 The accident occnrred while the schooner w»s dredging for oysters in tbi* Potomac Tbe heaviness of bis clothing cans-d ths unfortunate man to rink before assistance reachad him. The body was not rec.verea. llCEIDlAtilKS AT WORK. Kealdenta of Oambrldse Alarmed anil Ind'K»aut at the Mens Efforts to Fire Their Town. Cambridge Md., Nov. 25—Fire ws. discovered Iu Pnelpa Brother«' hardware «tore, in Lamb-ldge, at au early hour yeaterday morning That tbe fir« va* the wotk of an Incendiary there Is little doubt, as coal oil had been tpresd over the floor to as to reach a keg of gnu powder and barrels of linteed oil aud tnrpentli e Dear by Had the file not been discovers so early an explosion wunlc doubtless bave occurred, and It would certainly have denial shed 'he bill nine u id probably killed Charles Paul and his family, who weie asleep lu au uppt. story This attempt, leben la connection with tbe burning of Meekius Bros ' biitlln, ekteMisbinent, which took p'sre n< Hatu day morning, and Iu which two horseR pemhed, together with the fire in Wright A LecompV» bicycle rbop last. we*k nouvlnce the oiiix -ns of Cambridge that dangerous lnoei.Oi.rie« are ut work in tbrir undue Great ludignatloii la expreseed at-there attempts to (ire the towu, and should tbe gailty parties be dMeotrd they will certainly be roughly dealt with. PENINSULA NEWS PARAGRAPHS. Dr William and Mrs Marshall, of Milford will celebrate next Tue-day tbe forty second aunlversary at their marriage Alb«' t G. Towers, of Denton. h*e b«et, sdm Med to praciioe In tbe Circuit Cuurt forgiven Anne's county Work on Pi loess« Anne's water work» Is progressing rapidly. Fire extinguishers have been put in Cecil county'» almshouse aud insane aey lum Tie buildings are to be hr «teil by steam. Cecil oonntlsns are making contribu tion« to a b.z.ar held lu Philadelphie fer tbe relief of those diat.re-eed by -ar In Onba Mis. E P Wllnon, of Oe>rgotown ha» tbe largvst eol'eetion of chrtsan thrmums In <h *t town, having seventy five dletlnot varieties J. U Prettrmau hi» b*en appointed DOfttuias'er at Arg-*, 8us*«x oiunty, In plaoe of Maggie Argo, resigned. For the cake of peace a tight board fence, teu fret high, lias bran er»cr*d between the premise« of two of tie resident« of i'bury Avenue, Georgetown Mstydei, Maryland, hes a wonder in the person of an old o hired mat),* 81 years old. who ws» never taught to read and write but who ean read the Bible anl n ilblng else, aud r. cite whole chapters from It. Captain W S HoddDott and Captain Jams« 0 Lsocaid, of Dor eke ter, have announced tb-maelvas a» candidates for the p >s t-inn of commander of the oyster uavi, now held by Commander T. C B Howard. C.p'aln Howaid's oummisalon expires late D«x; Spring It Is stated that tbe Hon. John P. Br>wn, of Ceiitr. ville, has filled. His liabilities are very heavy, It la said Live turkeys fell for 10 cents a pound In the Lewes markets and 8 oeuta in the markets of Philadelphia. Notwithstanding that the law for ahoot'ng q tail does nntjexp're until December 1 inanv 8uts-*x spor'Ninsn on be seen wttb gun and Oog wending tbslr wa. to tbe fielda They alalia that the new law Is no good, a» the Legislature failed to attach a pvnaity to it, and that tbe old law which expired on the 15 b of November, D tbe ouly one nowjn existence Hon J«hn W C isfisld, of Priueess Anus, Is 8? years old Rsv. Daniel W. Ba as, one of tha supernumeraries of Maryland M P Conference, dl*d at his home near Edesvllle, aged 80 Eight hags of mall matter were landed from the »'»amer Muriel from Barbadcei at tbe Lewes post otfio» Friday. A volunteer fire company was organ ized in L«w«s The new chemical engine gave satisfaction at tbe lest Ex-Governor Jackson's Salisbury lum be. firm discharged thirty four employés the day after election. Tbe company Is very busv, all thr*e of the mille ruuniDg on fall time When the olosiug hour atme * ondsy eveulng tbe manager re quested the force to return the next morning (Section da>) and wotk till noou When work hour arrived Tuesday morning tbirty-fot r employ»« were not at their places Wheu they reported Wednesday morning they were Informed that their serrlces won.d be dispensed with R T Turner, Jr , of Chsstertown, has «old the 'ioweli'e Point farm, directly on tbe bay, near Blt'erton, to William J Golemau for $0 5Ut>. aud th« Graeu Poiut farm on Worton creek, to Isaac H Dixon, of Btllioior», for $5,500. Turkey« are selling at 14 cants in Dover market, aud duetts 12 cents. The annuel convention of the Kent Connty (Maryland) Bnnday Sohool Association was bo d in CbfRterlown oa Saturday. There was a good attendance aud interest!og addresses were made by prominent Sunday *ohool workers. Tbe meeting was ons of tbe most successful ores ever held there be The Tee Prlnclplo Forge Company, of Prlnclplo, Md., bas incroised the wagrs of Its employes from $2 75 to $3 per ton at-d in consequence there is considerable rejoicing iu 'hat little town Tb» cucpauy empliye «bon', thirty men • id ail of them are affected. New Niatein af Oar Lighting. An exhibition oar of the Moskowi'z Electric Car Lighting Company war at tbe P., W & B station on Bstntdsy light It was fitted with anew invention de nonstrsting how waa'e power can be general«d and utilized at half cost. | has arrived at i Jones Company's ■ and ptlot.d. hauled out on tbe rail way at ono*. - Brown is not an eld tng in tbs servies j aud not weil known here. A Philadelphia Tng Mare. The Philadelphia tnyboat Albert Brown tbe Pn»ey and to be canlked She will FOUGHT FOR THE HOTEL Connecticut Sheriffs Seize Prop erty by Force of Arms. 0E0WBAR8 USED IN THE PROCESS Legat Amenities In tbe Land of Stead) Habita— A Lively Towle Over a Hoatlery Several Prominent New Engländer! Takt a Hand. Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 26.— Th« George hotel ut Black Bock, a well knowt summer hotel and the largest resort or tho Connecticut shore of Long Islunci Round, was the scene of a battle royal be tweun county slierllTs nod police on th« one hand und a number of men who had taken possession of the hotel on the othui side. The outcome of the uffalr was that Sheriff Hawley at last took possession oi the hotel und placed his men In charge. The George was the property of the lat» George Weill, who was Pbineas T. Bar bum's partner lu tho show business yeari ago. The buildings and cottages attached and tho land adjoining are valued al (150,000. On tho death of George Wells, several years ago, the hotel became th« property of his two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Miller of New York und Mrs. William Harrall of Fairfield, N. J. For two oi three seasons past George 8. Harrall, a grandson of Goorge Wolls, has boon man aging tho hotel. The seasons have not boon vory prosperous, but many impruvo moots have been made in the hotel. A day or two ago nn attachment wai levied on tho property hy a merchant ol this city for a small sum. After tho shor Ufa had been in possession fora short Mint Mr. Harrall made an arrangement to set tlo the cluira, and then he assigned hit interest to .Tamos Dun don of this city, who lias had considerable experience in tho hotul business, having been at ont timeownurof tho Kismeront Washington. Attorney Allan W. Paige, ex-speaker ol the house of representatives of this state, represents in mortgages and other claim! ubuut $40,000 against tho hotel. Carried tlie llarrlomdes. Mr. Paige, with High Sheriff Haw ley and Deputy Sheriff Doolan, went tc tho hotel to enforce the claim. Dundou was there in charge, and stated that ho was determined to hold the hotel at alt hazards. Sheriff Hawley telephoned tc police headquarters for help, and Superin tendent Birmingham and a dozen officers wont to tho scene. Thus reinforced Sher iff Hawley ordered his deputies to take possession of the property. Tho doors were locked and bnrrlcaded from tho Inside, but tho attacking party forced them In with iron bars. Just ns tho officers entered the main hall a dozen men rushed through tho roar door. They were negroes, who had been engaged to de fend the hotel, hut at tho sight of tilt hint-coats they fled, leaving their axes and firearms behind. One man was found hid ing under a counter. Ho was armed with an ax, but surrendered without a strug gle. Afterward he was given two minute« to get out of sight, and ho left In a hurry. There 1 b now a guard of special officer.* nt tho hotel, and all is quiet. Dundou says ho will now resort to law to got his rights. A petition has been entered in the probnU court to force Goorgo S. Harrall into in solvency, and tho hearing will b# hold next Tuesday. Hnnxcd to a Tree. Ckystal Springs, Mis«., Nov. 25.—A determined mob of men numbering about 200, from Hopewell neighborhood, fully armed, took oil Jack Yarborough, th» noted criminal, and hung him to a true. Yarborough hnd been convicted in Lin coin county for tho murder of Josie Da vis and sontenccd to tho penitentiary foi life. Ho was In charge of an officer cn routo to tho stats prison when intercepted by tho mob. Th« Strike May Extend. New York, Nov. 25.— It is reported that at a mooting of the executive com mittee of the housesmiths' union it ha* boon decided upon to call out sympnthotU strikos on 12 more buildings In tho city on Tuesday. This, however, will not bs done if certain concessions are secured. In the event of those further strikes il will Involve nearly 20,000 more men. Valimbln Sawmill llurned. MBMOMIKEE, Mich., Nov. 25.—The saw mill of the Menominee River Lumbei company at Kast Marinette was totally destroyed by lire this morniug, al»o about 2,000,000 feet of lumber owned bv th« Marinette Lumber company and Mari nette and Menominee Box company. Loss n. .„mh.d just closed for the «'»soin _ __...... . F,r ® t> täte n Island. PORT Richmond, S. I., Nov. 25.— Ths large elovator and mills of the Klcvating nnd Milling company, owned by (Julnlan, Travis & Co., were totally destroyed hy The cause of the fire was an expio slon in the rear of the building. No one can account for tho explosion. The los* I. estimated at $50,000, partially covered by Insurance fire, I Another Football Victim. Chari.ottkyu.mc, Va., Nov. 25. — Guorgo K Phelan of Memphis, n partiel pant in Saturday's football game between* tho medical ami law classos of the unlver slty. has died. His death was duo to ths rupture of a blood vessel, which was in n V . 1 „ diseased condition and likely to hunt l»y any violent exertion. Drowse« While Skating. .. BCRMNGTOS, Vt„ Nov. 25.—WhiloRkat Ing on Round pond two boys, George Rult, aged 18, and Jean Beaupré, aged 11, wore drowned. George Beslisle. aged 18, had n narrow escape, but was rescued, The boys ventured near the middle, when the Ice gave way. Th# bodies have been *, 3 recovered. He Remembered Napoleon I. Loyuox, Nov. 25 —Tho Daily News this morning announces the death of M. Bar thélemy Saint Hilaire. Ho was a little mare than 90 year« of ago at the time of bis death and was probably the only man living who retained a clear personal recol lection of Napoleon I. Lord De Tabler Dead. LOXDOX, Nov. 25.—The Daily News this morning announces tha death of Lord do Tabley, the poet. Baron John Byrne Lei cester Warron de Tabley, tho only son of Baron George de Tabley, was born in 1835, was educated at Eton and was a lawyer by profession. Daugerousty Injured by Fir«. Indianapolis, Nov. 25.—Tho homo ol William Nolln, colored, corner of North and Missouri streets, was destroyed by fire. Nolln and his wife were kaiLy burn ed. The latter cannot recover. Recovery of Road Foreman Tafia. Lsonard D Tnft«, road foreman of engines of the Delaware railroad, who has been very ill at hia rraidenoe, was • n improved as to b« ab 1 « to readme his ^ dutiss at the P , W. 4 8. station. Mr Tufts is one of tbe moat experienced r»tlr ad mm In 'be «»rvice having com« bare from Now England whan tbe Dels ware road was drat establhhed. PLEASED WITH tflLHIKGTOI. And Kor Water. Sewer and Htreet Spa* tarn*—1 he Heading Visitor« Leave for Home After lining Kuier tallied Here Th« cfficlals of R-sdlng who were tb« guest* of the local Cmocll aid bead! of departments 8tturday, made a thorough luapeetlon of tbe enmatory, dog aspuj xia'ory, Shipley rua sower, water worka ai d filter, mervoirs. water tower, parks, polio, atatlou and other points of They left at 9 o'clock la tbe wed of star»»«»«» and K«po.nr«. Mazatl.vs, Mexico. Nov. 25 . — Th« dead bullies of five men, two of whom ars recognized as being Americans, have been discover«! northwest of here in a wild The todiL 'are "sap^Mo C those ' oi member* of a gold prospucting party whe Arnerlcang^were from " Ä»r nia? huî their names are not known here. Th« others were Mexicans. It is supposed that the party lost their way in the mountain. and all died together from starvation und exposure^ Interest. evening af er Laviug expiated tbelr appreciation, uot only of ihs sys'ems lu operation here but the hospitable manner In which they hid baeu euter talned While here they were entertained by Hla Honor, Mayer J'ff rls, President John P. Wales of tbe Boaid of Health; Samuel Chambers, W. H Pratt and William Simmons, of the Street and «ewer Departmant ; Water OjeoIi sloner 0-ioncil W. P Morrlioo, President of Council Jei-se K Bat Hr, City Oouncll men J B Charly, H Wallon and John ß Meaney. Ejglneer James Wilson, In cliatpa of Severs T. Hatton. Wet.*r Depart ment Piumtc-r J 0. Van Tiuinp Seoretaiy of the Board of Health W. C K. O.lqubouu, Piumblog Inspector F. F K*uo, Police Commissioner William M Pyle. Chief of Police John F. Duian, Bireet Commissioner Freuds McCioskey H F Pickel», Clerk of R Smith, O 8 Chief Engine r Chaikley Henry Wilson,tbe post master at Welsh ton Florida, ea>s he cured a case of diar rkce* of long standing In six hours, with one small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera sud Dlarrhcea Remedy. What a pleasant surprise that must have been to the sufferer Sneb cures are not nnnsnal with this remedy lu many instances only one or two doses are r-qulr.d to give p*r msnent relief. It cau always be dvp tided When reduced with water it is U p-Jll pleas.nt to take For sale by Z. James Brit, drngglst,corner Sixth aud Market street». To Dock a Big Veaael. Tho big steamer Aspatria, at the Harlan and Holliugsworih Company's shipyard will be docked there this even lug with the assistance of tngboats, as she is leaking badly from the hole in her bottom knocked tbera by the aectdeut below Fenwick Light last week. 8be will also be painted up and tightened wails in the dry dock The Second Life. PURGATORY AND PARADISE COM PARED BY A MAN WHO HAS SEEN BOTH. A Mir«« le Worked In the Rural Recesse« of Borodino Creates s Sensation. (AVom the Evening Newt, Syracuse, N. l r .) Albert Applebee was a very sick man. had been ailing for months and had beeu compelled to remain home, unable to attend to his business. Hia friends stood or sut about the few small stores in the village of Borodino and discussed his Bad condition. Applebee was a carpenter and a good one too, but since his strange malady overtook him he had uot shown any disposition to do any work. Life had lost its charms him, he became a misanthrope and lout in ything. His friends advised him and the local doctors tried their skill on him hut it was of no avail. Although they no doubt diagnosed his case correctly. He grew worse despite their efforts. Hut be recovered and it has made such a stir in the small town that a New* reporter was sent out to Borodino to investigate. He drove over and found Mr. Applebeo hard at work on the roof of a house he was build lie t<>r ever mg. " Well, it was just this wav, carpenter, who is a good-looki about fifty summers. ' In the : had a siege of grip. It was a pretty rough SÄKSCSWnÄÄi-**. eoffin. But I reebvered tfftcr a long sickness but was left with an ailment which was quite as dangerous and infinitely more painful. I had scrofula in my head for two years and a half or over and there wns a sickening dis I charge from tuy rightear. I took about every medicine known to the medical fra i termty but could get no benefit, . " 1 »'•» «J" troubled with a severe pain in the stomach and indigestion which made ^;' 1 f n!,.gà"n Ukinuam^Tc'Ine known ssDr. William»' Pink Pills for Pale People which were recommended by a friend whose wife ha<l read of them in sonic of the country paper*. began the :lng man of fall of 1890 I U -. t-r Bull gave it a trial ami waa sur prised to Uud that it benefited me. I tried mom ami persevered and at last thank God, i I was cured. My car has discontinuedl dia charging and for_ the past three months | hav « l,wn l«''f^t >' well. I make these statements merely l>ccau8o I think the world h ^ ]>e ur quiuuted with this remarkable reraedv." of Mr. Applebee'. neighbors wers seen bv the reporter and they in turn ex . )resse d their confidence in t>r. Williams' Pink Pills after »eeiiig the wonderful change they had wrought on him. One said the cum wa-i simply wouderful us the man was a total wreck. . Dr. Williams Piuk I ills crutnin all the ... necessary to give new life and rich ness to the blood and restore shattered nerves, They are for sal) ! y «I! druggist«, or may be had" bv mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y., for 60o. per box, or six boxe« for $2.50. f I THE POPULfiR PRICE Shoe Store HAYES', No. 13 East 2nd St. Fair Dialing to Everybody. Opposite 8eoond Street Market House Springer m The Hatter No. 5 j West Poar.h St. NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE. There Was Not a Customer Who Came to Our Store Saturday to l.ook at Over coats Who Did Not Buy One, When we prepared for the Fall trade we made up our mind to have the best Over coats that could be sold for $8, for $10, for $12, for $15. We wanted something special, we wanted Overcoats that were stylish, that the lin ings were good, that the cloth wouldn't fade. We wanted Overcoats at prices that no other house could touch — and we got them. Saturday was a busy day in that Overcoa' Room of ours Sold more Overcoats than ever before in one day. Sold Overcoats to men who were in every good shop in town. Sold Overcoats to men, who, after looking at ours, went out to look around, but came back to buy the Over coat of us. Sold Overcoats to people who were in shops (and they pretend to be good shops, too) and were turned over from one salesman to another, until finally the manager himself took hold of him, but it was of no use, when they had seen ours, they wouldn't buy else where. And we want to say right here, you can come in our store when you please, to look, to buy, or not to buy. If the i ' i waitc on vou Salesman wno waits on )OU don't Sell yOU, that'll be the end of it, you'll not be turned over to another salesman to intimidate Or tO bore VOU, Q uf Clothes are right, OUr , « • j i piïCCS are fair and OUr Sales men understand their business, we Qr y OU ma k e a m J s take your money back if you say so. Store open evenings. SEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE, 316 Market Street. MAX EPHRAIM, Prop'r. Next door to Wm. B. Sharp & Co.'s Dry Goods Store. JAEGER, THE STANDARD UNDERWEAR OF THE WORLD. A COMPLETE LINE OF OUR FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR IS NOW IN STOCK. F xplan&tory, Dercriptive and illustrated Catalogue aud Price List free by mall. Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen System Co. J. P. DOUGHTEN & CO. Men's Furnishers. SUTTON & CO 838 Market Street. •i Real Estate Bought and Sold. Mortgages and Loans Negotiated. Rents and Incomes Collected «STb DEI TER LOOK OVtB 71 ,v* p your wardi&be and ace If there are not ao.,,6 gar ment« which. If pro perl Cleaned and Dyed, wtl: be good a« new. Mffj fR V! TV-® A. F. BOBKOT, 71« MAKKT S' - HARRY D. FELL, GRAINKR FOR THE TRADE, No. Ill West Eighth Street, WILMINGTON, DEL. Satisfaction guaranteed. WHO Style, quality, re liability and ae low prices as they can get in whatever they buy? Every Suit or Overcoat sold at Sixth and Ma ket bears our label, no matter whether it ia our cheap est or highest priced tho guar antee to you must be the same. This is why we don't experi ment with poorly made goods; the profits on our sales might be larger and we might loie your trade f>rever. This is why we prefer selling such Suits and Overcoats, as we are making special things this Fall, $10. $12 and 115, men's sizes; Boys' Lang Pant Suits at $6, $8 and $10, and Boys' Knee Pant Suits for $3, $4 and $5. Our Overcoats never pleased so many customers, and we have silk lined garments that you never would expect to fiud ready made. DOESN'T WANT ITP JAMES T. MULLIN & SON, Olothing, Hats Shoes, 61,h & Market Sts., Wllralugior. TWO FINE FARMS 70R SALE. ADJOINING GLAYTON, DEL., With Railroad Communication. One east of the town. One west of the town. Well locat d and in all respects very desirable. Will be p!ea*ed to show them or give fur ther particulars HEALD&CO. Seventh and Market Sts. AMUSEMENTS A SAUCE FOR YOUR THAKKSG1YIHG TURKIY THE FOOD EXPOSITION BIGUEH, BRIGHTER ANU MORE ATTRACTIVE, Opens Thursday Evening, Nov. 28, THE AUDITORIUM. Beet Thanksgiving Day Attraction iu the City. Fun and Amusement For All. First appearance of The Buda Pesth Gypsy Orchestra Ele:trical Cooking Lecture-, 8 30 p. m. FREE SAMPLES. prpill_Free Box of Fide Candles to rr Mi'll every laoy buying ticket open - CHILDREN, 15c. tng night. ADMIS ION, 25c. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Monday, November 25, Special Rmurn Engagement of tbethreeDls t'n. uished. Leg!' imate .»tam, CUAKLE8 B. HANFORD, ELIHV R. SPENCER and NORA O'BRIEN, , And their company of fifteen good players in Sheridan's Knowles' noble tragedy, VIRCINIUS. WITH SCENERY. COSTUMES. Usual prices. THANKSGIVING, NOVEMBER 28. Afternoon at 2.15; Evening at 810, A Romance of COON HOLLOW. A big production, containing a natural aud logical Heart story November 25 26, 27, Wcdutaday Matinee. Young Black Americans. Nov. 28.29.80, NIGHT OWL8. Matinee Thursday and Saturday. 10c, 20' 3 J, 50. BIJOU NEXT WEEK'S SHOW A WORLD BEaTKR. Rengagement of the Great Dancer, FLO" A. By popular demand this great «'traction has beeu re-engaged foroueweek lenger. Vobien, tbe German Hercuiva, and a Great Big Show. 10 AO T8 FOB 10 CENTS. Remember, this 1« tbe o»ly houte In town playing HlghClasa V.ndevUie WONDERLAND. NEW WONDERLAND MUSEE ! W. L. DOCK ST A DICK. Manager. Open from 2 urn 11 PI «6 p. m. daily. Home of High Claes Vaudeville Admls'n. 10c