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MAKES PEOPLE WELL
Most Remarkable Rem edy in the World, One True Medicine for Lost Nervons Strength. Cures Effected by Paine's Celery Compound. What Scientific Research Has Accomplished, Proved by Success Where All Else Hus Failed. There is one true specific for diseases arising from a debilitated nervons system and tnat is the Paine's celery compound so generally prescribed by phyEclans. It is probably tha most remarable remedy that tlis scientific research of this conn tiy has produced Professor Edward E Phelps, MD , LL D., of Dartmouth college, first pre scribed wbat is now known the world over as Paiue's cel ery compouud, a positive cure for dyspepsia, bilious ness,livet complaint, neuralgia, rheuma tism and kidney troubles. For the latter Paine's celery compound has succeeded again and again where everything else has failed. Washington correspondents have re cently given it a great deal of attention since the most wonderfal cur» effected In the case of Commodore Howell. The medical journals of the country have given more space in the last few years to the many remarkable cases where the use of Paine's celery compound lias made people well than to any other one subject. im r »8K mi •A ? f ; Nothing Like It. Time brings manv changes bat the climate of California,"The Italy of Amer ca," and the attractions of the many famous health aud pleasure resorta are the same yesterday, to-day aud forever. Tourists never will tire of speaking lu praise of the soft and balmy s.ir, the pro fusion of flowers, the magnificent display of fruits, tue luxury of sea-bathing and the beautiful walks and drives. Then, too, it must be conceded that with such excellent equipment,consisting of Reclining Chair Cara, Pullman Palace Bleepers and Pullman Dinlag Cars, all heated by steam and lighted with Pintsuh Light, the Union Pacific, "The Overland Route." Is the tourists favorite, your agent for tickets via this route. | E. L. Lomax, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb. 8na Ask tapper lunch at McCormick's, Front Washington streets, to-night. and CHEVERET The Practical Interlining. CHEVERET Not effected by Damp ness. Is Water-proof. Is made in Four Colors, White. Brown, Steel Black, 25 ° ■ ■ Is made in Three Thick nesses, Light, Medium and Heavy. Adapted for Large Sleeves, and Pequin Skirts. Godet Especially Light in Weight. Sewn with Ease. FOR SALE AT DEHAVEN'S, 306 Market. CROSBY & HILL'S, 605 Market. S. H. STAATS'S, 405 Market. E. B. RILEY'S, 228 King. AMUSEMENTS. "Princess fionule." Rilda Clark, the' Princess Bonnie" la ^Villaid Spencei'e successful comic opera of that name, which will be the attrae tlou at the Grar.il Opera House to night, made her professional dehat In comic opeia aud iu this role at the Broadway Theatre, New York, and made one of the most marked successes which any debu tante lits ever achieved. Her voice which is pure, clear soprano, as well as her rum.bcds, wtra highly praised Her distinct ness of enunciation was particularly noted. Her niedesty of demeanor aud na* araloess ore admirably suited to the l'jle ct ' Captain Tarpaulin's adopted daughter." _ "ModieMkA." If there la one role more than another in which Modjssks, to appear at the Grand Opera House next Monday even ing, excels, It Is Mary Stuart, It is slid that her portrayal Is so uatural and withal so tragic, that It lias never been rqualltd on the American stage. The costumes are of the ricbopt. description, and the ouo worn by Modjesna In the last act Is known to be a historically correct copy of tho dress worn by Mary Smart at her execution. This play will te presented next. Vlrglnlus." A new lease of life Is said to have been given to the 75 year old tragedy "Virginias'.' to hold the boards at the Grand Opera Honse next Wednesday evening, December 4 by James O'Neill's sumptuous tevivnlof Sheridan Knowles's masterpiece. His acting of that part la mentionne! as belog lofty, touching and truly artistic. Wonderland Musee. Wonderland's business this week has proven highly strccessfnl and the show has given great satisfaction. Next woek the old Wilmington favorite, Harry Bud worth, appears and .should meet with a big reception. Maud Madison, the comic opera singer and serpentina dancer, makes her debut in Ibis city and comes highly recommended. The management promises the banner show of the season and seats no doubt will bs few and 1er between. Nlsht Owls at the B'jou. A large aiidisncs greeted Fred R'dvr and his excellent company of burlesquers attheBijju, aud the performarcs was in every way satisfactory. The scenery Is nnuanally fine, the costumes new and elegant, and the specialties far above the ordinary. The satire A Pack of Cards dealt by Lew H Carroll, was very funny aud brim full of musical novelties. 0;ber features of the program were the songs of Miss Blanche Walworth, the Druid Dance arranged by Mi's May Clark Austen, Gordon and Lick in comedy sketch. The Broadway Chappies bv Mips Florence Miller, fun unlimited by Law H Carroll, Saharet the (lancing wonder, the French Revel, 8am Oollioa ths hDo«k about comedian and Miss May Clark Van Osten and the great and only Princns; Knta-Knta in the Christians Dream. The Night Owls will put iu an eppesnnee this afternoon aud evening, aud good houses should bs the rule. Willis Signs for Three Years. Special Correspondence Kven'nc Journal. Townsend, Nov. 30 —Victor Will's, who pitched such rff.ctive bassball for the local olttb during the latter part of last season, lias signed a three-year contract with the Syracuse, N. Y,, club. The salary U learned to be almost |200 cr month. RIPPLES I!« THE SWIM. Personal Items Which Interest Relatives and Friends. ïïèUAIi TALL STIR IN E00IEIY II j men la Not AfTectel III tho November FruKti-IfitereitirB burial Letters From Delaware City a:ul Tun niemt -Looal So ciety Njten. All communications Intended for lneertfon n thin column ahouM b<- »ddre we d to Society fcadttor, care of the KVEtUKO Jouit n a i.. Cotn inunit AilouH «hou Id be written oa one aide of he yiiptir oulv. llovy Week tor Ber. Hanna. Thl§ has bean R»v. J D. C. Hanna's busy week with enpid's victims aud the worshippers at Hymen's shrine. Oa Tuesday morning at Union M E. parson age, N.) 5!8 Jeffsissn street, he united In :rartiage Richard T. Balil*r, of Washington, D C., and Miss Winfiila T. Sutherland, of Maiquette, Mich. At tho same place ou Wednesday Mr Hama ctfljla'oi at the wedding of WiJUm F. Maxwell and Miss N.illle Worr'H, both of Wilmington. Ou Wednesday evening tha holy bords of matrimony were nlaced nnon Charles W. Leak and Miss F.iizt M Pier, both of Wllmlugton. Again at the parsonage on Wednesday overling he conducted the marriage csremeuy uniting George 8. Butler aud M'ss Clara V. Shipley, both of Wilmington. Mo«!») and PeriooAl Notes W H H Clark, of Delaware City, spent yasterday in this olty. Dr. Hiram Barton, of Lewes, stepped in this city yesterday on his way to Washington, where b > will witness the opening cession of the new Congrats. He; rv Lindsey, of this city, spent Ttiaukseivitig with relatives In Cbesa peake City. MissSude Kicctde, of this city, spent Thanksgiving with her mother In Chessps.ka City Frank Green, of this city, spent Thanksgiving at Kennett Square. Harvey Rsmsberger ai d Mias Valeria Hmbtsds h»v« returned from a brief visit to West Chester. F.ederick W. Gtwlhrop, of this city, spent Thanksgiving In West Chest-r with a party of ftlend-i who wer« the guests of Mle? Mary A Hayss, oa-North Church a'reet Mr and Mrs p .„6ert F Hiopes, of West Chester, rpjnt Tcatikseiviug In this city home Delaware City Pmonali. 8 peclil Correspondence Evening Journal. Iiklawahk Ciit, Nov. 30. — Miss Mattie Pile» Is sn-ndlng « few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Tnomas Pries. Roy Keane has returned to his home j iu Philadelphia. Mrs Fnderick P.lce, of Wilmington, •s visiting Mr. and Mrs J. Thomas Pries Mr. and Mrs Fehles and daughter*, Mieses May and Laura, of flalem, N J , have hern cnt<r;alned by Mr aud Mrs. O. W. Pancoast this wetk Mr. Morris W'ilklsju Is spending a faw days In BiUimcre. Mrs. Richatd McMalien, of Wtlming ton, spent » few days this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hu'ohla son. Mr. and Mrs. C [E. Pool aud son, of McDoaongh. spent, the day Iu towu Messrs. I J. Sheppard and J. Russe 1 Pent'usg'on yhlted Middletown yesterj dtT C E. Rio«, of Biltimcre, was enter talned at the M. E. Parsonage this work. Mra. William T. Va'l Is eutertaluiog ber niece, Miss L'dia Arprll, of Wllml ig ton Dr. and Mrs. Bslvllle are entertaining their mother and Gâter, Mrs. Belville, of Wi'mlngton, acd Mra Taylor, of St, Georges, Mr. Peter Cleaver visited Wilmington to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Gsorge Shusttr spending tho Winter la Philadelphia with thtir daughters Mr. and Mis William Hagin ard children have moved to the country for the Winter, are Chatter From Appeqalnimluk*. Capital, Special Correepor-Jecco Evening Journal, _ Townsend, Nov 30 —Mrs William T. Timmons, who lies suftiriag from a parai /<U Stroke, was somewhat better f als motulug. Frnuk Tyson, a youog Dswjpapa • man of thia plao», la now employed in the office of The Times, or W.yne, Pa , he having just accepted hie new position O.'.e of the most rotabie scclatl* events of the season was the er j ivable "social" given at the Towns» d Hotel last evening The following Wilmington young folks were present: Misses Reba Lloyd, Mate! Buchanan, Kloience Buchanan, Messrs. Cbarlas K L'oyd and Leon Lloyd. Mite Maty F, Burrows, the new3 editress of ths Mlddletowu Transcript, who huu the misfortune to fail through a trbp door, left opaa at ths main entrance of the Opera House, and disLoctts her shoulder on Wedneiday afternoon. Is now reported giettly improved, the dislocation b&viog bre.i reduced torn after the accident, took place Looftl Hportlng News Notes. The Feat lees A O. d> featod the Shamrock by the score of 8 to 0 Thee» are the following players: N Whaler, canter; T. Tobin, qutrier-back ; G. Marple, left half back; VV. Cramer, tight half back; F. Joyce, right tackle ; T Boyle, left tackle ; W Ililey. right guard ; J Joyce, left guard; E Basece, left end; H. Robinson, right end; W. Denney, full back; W. Dsnn'y, captain; T. Tobin, manager. Tiie Fearless Athletic C-ub football team would like to bear from the Shamrocks or the Tacklers All chil leuges should bs sent to James Joyce, No. 1C6 Washington street. The players weigh seventy pounds The Volunteer Athletic Club won its fifth game of tho seaeon yesterday by defeating the Fearleis Athletic Club by a score of 20 to 0. Challenges received at Captain Adams', Second and Ad. os streets. Average weight eighty pounds. ITEMS OF IN. BREST. "What is the matter with that man?" asked tho Inquisitive small girl in the theatre "The man sitting to tbe front row?" "Yea'm; tbe one whoso lialris too small for him."—^Wash ington Star. Rlienmatlsm Is caused by lactic add In the blood. Hood's .-'araapartlta neuiraltxe« this add and completely and piwmaneetly cures rbeuiuAtisin- Be sn.e and get only Hcod's Hood'e Pills cure nausea, sick headache. Indigestion, biliousness. Sola by all dru.gists. "Is your editor a man of letters? ' "Don't know, stranger, but you can find • ut by axin' the postmaster."—Atlanta Constitution. MINING DiaSTER. Fourteen Men Lose Thelff.ivc» !,y a Cnv. In nt Carol, C.uiMKt, N. Y., Nov. :iL—An accident resulting In tlm Ion, of lV>r H lives, oc curred at the Tilly Fosterpines at thli placo. Foreman Patrick was (kromllng lute the pit to tnko the time ottwo gangs o! laborers, nmnhering nbnufiift men, wht were working nt the liotti», when a vast weight of earth and roe slid, with tlx force of an nTnlanohe, froj the month ol the pit to tlio bolloin, ndistneoof 800feet. It carried everythin« liefet It and crashed over the naan with tromchpii* force. Out of one gang of 11 only five trao out allvo, and throe of tho other gag have boot taken out dead. Among those known g lie (lend or, Michael (-iantion, foreman Patrick H. Murthn, foreman; John Kgan, boarding house keeper; Thomas bunts, Janie, Smith amt osi Austrian, ntno unknown, No. 284. An Austrian, known ns to. 394, rerolv cd a fracture of the skull tod will proba lily die. Tho natnos of tfc others killed ore unknown. Several a/ tho workmen wore seriously Injured, nil as they an now In tho hands of phyiclans It Is Im possible to learn tho chants for tholr re covery. Tho envo in caused tho goat est excite meat, hut ns soon as pnsthlo gangs ol men were sot to work to relovo the bod ies of those known to bo older the mass of earth, Superintendent 'otnpklns and Foreman Lynch took clmrgiof the work, and five dead bodies wéro son brought to the surfaoe. Murthn was tnjon/iut ullvo, but bo died five minutes after ho was taken home. It is thought Dint all tho others In tho pit are Italians and Anstrlnm, and, juilg Ing from tho appearance if tho bodies which lmvo boon recovered, 111 nr« horri bly mangled. One by dho thd mifortn nntos were brought to the surhconml car ried to tho carpenter shop, whtro an eager And awo stricken crowd lookoi upon tha remains. There was some dillUtilty expe rienced In Identifying sevoral of the hod les, owing to tho terrlblo disfigurement they had undergone, and after that was accomplished undertakers took charge of the bottles and hurried them away. It is not known exactly how many mon woro burled under tho oarthslldo, hut it Is thought that the number will foot up to more than a dozen. Two Claimant« For One IVnalon. nRtsTOI, R. I., Nov. 30.—A special ex aminer from tho pension bureau nt Wash ington lias arrived to Investigate a some what peculiar case. Mrs. John Finley, the widow of a vetoran, recently applied for tho pension drawn by her husband, but about tho same time the bureau ro ooived an application from n Mrs, John Finley In New York, who claimed her husband was tho Into John Finley of Hria tol. £1 Complete / AND |î M How to Attain It . 1 (V A Wonderful New Medical Book,writ lea for Men Only. One copy may be bail free on application. -, v a ERIC MEDICAL CO. faUFFALO, N.V. MARRIED BUKLER-SUTHERLAND—At the Union M. E. parxin.K-, Na » A .leff-rr-in atrevt, on Tuo day mori'lrg November HI. lift', hy Rev Jo- n D. C. tlxuna. Richard T. Pokier, Washington. O. PT, and Mir. Wlu'hjl Southerland, of .MarUue te, M-ch. BUTLfcR—SHIRLEY—At the Union M E I'.rSOnag -, on Wednesday even-ng, Noy.im her Ï7, 1 K* 5 , by Rev. John II. t!. H> liirrge K. Butler and Mb. Clara V, bblpley. both of Wlimlnglon, Dgl. LEAK—I'lER—At lhe Union M E. paraor. r-, on Wednesday evening, November 17 , jiPA.il/KrV.Jobn D. C. 11,ana Oharle. W li-ak and Mias hllz» M. Pier, both of Wil mington, Del. MAX WELL—WORK ALL—At the Union M. tt. paifon-gr. No. IP!) Jefferson street, on Wodnerdgv ev ning, Novemb.r ÏT liK, by Rev. John D. O. Hanna. Wl'llam P. Maxwell and Ml a Nellie V orrall, both of Wilming ton, Del. OWENS—GALL A PER.—By Rev. William A. Walling, at bis home No. iUO Delaware avenue, Wednesday evening, November £f, Lewis A. Owens and Arrla S. Gullaber, both of WllmingloD. STAATS— JEROME—On Monday Noverr. ber 2 . 1 . at the borne of tb» uncle of the bride, No. s".o -h rure «frei t. l,eonard C Staats an Lau.a V. Jerome, by Kev.Wi liam A . Walling of r M DIKD H ARRIS —Un N-.vember 2L Lelltla, relict of ths late John W. Harri., aged 72 years. MrKKE—On November 3'',George 8 McKee, aar»d 74 years. if JLROONEY.— On the STtb, Sarah daugh ter of Jamr. and Sablua Mulrooney, a,red 4 years and li months. FERRIS GILES, UNDERTAKER, 1017 MARKET STREET 1214 Weit Tenth Stroet, V. NICHOLS, A DLEBLEH. BUfHtfR & NICHOLS, Undertakers and Embalmers, MX SHIPLKT ST. Telephone. ISO, LOMBARDY f EMETERY Lots For Sale. Concord Pike, Near Wilmington '4 , ' ✓ n.ruh £3 - ■ ■ 'I «] m m \ ^ST FITTING CD Rs^/ irTHE WORLD, j KAYER. STRDUSE & CO., 412 B way, N.Y., Mfrs. m ■ CENT: i ! ■a'-Lh l Ut # ,9 . > ij <7 ■Mlm js ïp gas w i gm / ! -, v/fr f /i WM f, © JÏ/ «i % i % I« a f \ I m « X ; w » v\( * Dattle Ax plug Tfce arrest piece, of o T toioacco ever sold for I0 cents* G ;0 O THE CHINESE SACRES ULT, Ex'ra fine bulbs at 3 for 85 « nts SINGLE AND DOUBLE HYaCINTHS, White, rrd, bine, rose rr yellow, a* $8 00 per bund ed or 40 cents por d- *'». ROMAN HtuClNlHS. Wll e, pink or light b'ne, at > $2.GO per hundrtd or 30 ciuts per 1 d'zm. emu LILY BULBS, Extral*rfe, 2 for 25 cents E.ster Lilies, Tulips, Narcltrns, Crocus, etc , turprUin^l/ cheap at J. J. SMITH'S FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8TREET6 SUTTON & CO. 1 838 Market Street. Real Estate Bought and Sold. Mortgages and L.tns Fegotlated. Rents and Inejmei Collected HANK ING ANTI FTN 4 WOT AT» SURETY ON BONDS. AMERICAN SURETY CO, OF NEW YORK. NO. 902 MARKET ST. This Company Does a Surety Business Only. SURPLUS, »1.250, Off'. WILMINGTON BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jas. P. Winchester, James H. Wilson, James Megary, CAPITAL.' »2.000,000. Henry A. DuPont, 1 æ»Is Vandegiift, Hugh C. B owns. Tbe American Surety Company furnlanee bonds for executors, administra ora, trustees, receivers, guar Ians assignee« and for other flduclarles. Internal revenue bonds, replevlr I winds, etc., executed. Contract bonds fur nished . Corporate suretyship supersedes private bondt men, because: 1 st. It relieves those who are asked to be sureties from doing so to their own discomfort and loss. 2 d. It relieves those who are required to give bonds from being under obligations to anv one. 3d. It Is never abandonded for the old method when once It has been tried. Vf. L. TREHHCLM. President. HENRY U. LYNAW. Vloe-Preeldent. WILLIAM E. KEYE 8 . Secretary, HENRY U. W1LLCOX, Bolloltor. Artisans' Sayings Bans NO S82 MmU *TUiT. Wilmington. D. aware Open dally from > o'clock a. m. until 4 p. m. •H70.«sk 77 • 758,175 35 • 117.763 4» Asset., Deposit*. Sarploa, intense: allow« i jt dectwlu of tnnear for : months at the rat* af - per oeut. per . u> uuj Mouer loaned oa uortgagiei on tea • - ate. >ne or more caiwn J. AUGUSTUS McCAULLEY. Prestdear. T. ALLEN HILLES, Vice-President, E. 1. TAYLOR. Sec'y and Treae. lOfiEPH U. MATHER, Auditor. May 1, i«H. How Look FOR Christmas Presents. VVc have them by the thousand. LAWTON'S China ' Bazaar, 611 Market treet. Write To-day! There is no To-morrow. We wifi, in response to your rr quest, give you ligure, that cannot fall to Interest you, on any form of policy we Issue. if your house were not insured, you would not rest a day until It was attended to; bat if it were to barn, yon might provide another for your family. Cruld you provide them with another life, if youra were suddenly blotted out? "Think on these things." Massachusetts Benefit Life Association, FOUNDED 18T8. Heme Office: Exchange Building, Boston. 53 State Street. OUR RECORD: Tbe largeet natural premium association la New England: 40,000 members. • 107 , 000,000 insurance In force. Over si,ooo.ooo caeh surplus. Over •ooo.ooo deposited with State Treasurer. • • lo.iso.ooo paid In death losses. Issues policies from « 1.000 to »SP.ooo. A. JASLOWSKY, General Agent, Room 309, Equitable Building. WILMINOION. DEL. W m 1LM1 NOTON ANDNORTHERN RAIL I ROAD. Time table In effect bept~ 2d' Trains leave Wilmington, French MW station, for B. * O. Junction, Montchanla Winterthur, Onyenconrt, Oranogne, Consort. Cbadds' Ford Jnnctlcn, Pooopeon, Wen Chester, KmbreevlllA Mortonvllle, Coat* vlUe and Intermediate st atlone, dally, except dnnday, at 7 85 a in, 1 46. 4 l'6 and 6 25 p m; Sunday only at S 10 a m: 1 55 anti 4 U6 p m. For Waynesburg Junction, spriugneld am Itterraedlate stations, dally, except Sunday at ? 85 a m, 1 (6 and tot p m. Sundays only a' 8 10 a m: 156 and 4 06 p ro. For Joanna, Blrdaboro, Reading and Intel tredlate sUtlcne, dally, except Hunday, at T ;tr. a m and 156 p m. Sunday only at 810 a m and 156 p in._ _ . A. O. McC BOWNKSS B JACHLAND, SppertD tendent. KlUüB. Wen. Pmwmw Agent YES, t Is Cheap! rsgsgs IT \ , X Carved Back Oak Chair, 90c. Ten dozen only of this pattern to go at 90c each; high back, solid oak, double braced and well fin ished, making a good substantial dining room chair at small cost. Another lot of re duced arm chairs,oak with cane seats,$1.25, $150 and $2.25, which represents less than half price; good patterns suitable for oilices or club rooms as well as dining rooms. 5 ^lore of those Smyrna Hugs in room sizes just received, which gives us a bet ter assortment than ever before. Three sizes from $12 to $32. to think Time about Christmas nôw; none too soon to look ^bout and see what's the market. New goods coming in each day, and we've many pleasant when you get ready to look them over. in surprises Megary, Sixth and Tatnall, Closed evenings ex cept Saturdays. Guarantee Storage . and Warehouse Go., Third and French Sts., WILMINGTON. DBL. Special rooms leased |f° r storage of »11 classes of goods and merchandise Special rooms for offices Special rooms for manufacturing pur poses. Especial attention patd to the hauling of furniture and fragi e mater al, « i. E. T. WARNER, PrvwMeut. A. D WaRNEr, VloePreaMMt. JOHN RICHARDSON, Jr^Treas. Office, Equitable Building, . Ninth awl UUlpley »ts.