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BATTLESHIP GOING OUT
Indiana to Pass Down, Going
Out to Sei vice.
OTHER LVEHTß ALONG THE B1VEB
Football Player Seriously Irjured
Thursday's Gama—"When Doctors Dis
agree" - Pleasant Introductory Roter*
talnm nt of the H. K. Church Series.
Other Heppenlncs.
Special Correspondence Evening Journal.
Nkw Castlk, Nov. 30 —With
crew of 480 men the greet battleship
Indiana Is expected to pass down
river on her way to sea. to morrow. The
Indiana will pass down in obesiauce
Navy Department orders, directing that
as soon ss the bsttleehip'e stores end
ordnance were on board she should
proceed to Newport, where she will
receive her "torpedoes," after which she
will go to Port Royal,
reported to be all ready for tea.
She Is now
An Old Wreck Come, to th. Surface.
Tb. schooner Oliver 8. Barrett, which
ptsFed np the river to Philadelphia
y-bterday from Boston, reports that
November 25, when one mile m.rtb
nortbeast of New South Hboal light
vessel, she passed over «»hat appeared
be the side of a vessel «bout 10O feet
loug, just awash. It bad t
ie apptarauce
or a ?986 p 1 that had been sunk for
home
tim« and had then come to the surface
of the water.
f irst Kntertalum.nt a Sinew.
Th. first of a series of select entertain
ments was held in the Opera House isst
night before a good siztd audience. This
was of a literary and amusing nature and
was in charge of Dr. Fisher. Miss Estelle
Deakyne and Mrs. I B Maulove The
exercises by the smaller children were
cute and amusing, while the pantomimes
—with Harrey Stewart as the central
figure, were especially derer. One
dramatio dialogue was called "i'he
Married Bachelors," representing two
henpecked men who had taken bachdoi
quarters down town
was a success in every way.
„ .. _
football Flayer lladly Irjured.
ulav b e'r rl who w.sV"* t™'"*
P"'«®*—. 0 w * 8 J nn, ped ou and kicked
In the Thanksgiving Day game here was
suffering great pain yesterday Dr.
Tybout was of the opinion that a tendon
liear his dislocated shoulder had been
snapped. King is one of the lightest
fcoibill players in the state and would
not have been put in agaiust the beaky
visitors but for his remarkable agilitv
practice. * '
The eutertatumeul
Ki
Doctors Sometimes Krr.
Oh, but itB all a wild goose chase,
didn't the doctors give a certificate In the
cast?' asked a prominent citizen of
Reporter Bymouds on TLuraday.
"leg, but what of tnat," was 'Lord
Delaware'a" reply.
Well Id bel'eve tho-»« doctors
t me In preference to yon."
All right, my friend but do you be
lleve that I'm crazy? You know they
aald so ; but eyeu doctors make mis
takes
any
After Oil RurnliiK Locomotive*.
The British turret steamer Turret Bay,
r»csntly chartered to load locomolivea for
Russia, Is paasiug up the river to day or.
her way to Pblladelphta from Montreal
She will load oil burning locomotives for
Novorsaick, a Black bea port.
Try our Strawberry Syrup 18o qt, Uravell'a
l, .
«1 ? K •
Miaa Edith Rlgg, of Oermautown
arrived here last ovenlng for a visit to
her .later In-l.w, Mra J. Elliott Rigg.
Washington avenue
Jelly Roll 18c lb at Gravell'a.
i .-j _, . ' .. .
Rev Edward Gardner, of Marsballton
and Stanton, was In the city yesterday
Mr. Gardner will sing heie to-ntgbt.
RIGHT OFF FOR ALBEMARLE.
Future or the Triton MID.,
James u Shaw, James O Knew Jr
and William J Etchells were In Wilmlug'
ton to day making the necessary legal
arrangements for the changes that a-e to
0» made In the management of I he
Triton Cotton Mills of this city. The
mills are «ill tfghtly closed -
4
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r
of the Day. I 9
The New Oaetle Common Trust?»* will
hold their meetiog to act on the "eleciiou
»hloh did not elect" next Tuesday
Ing.

even
Fopalation of the county jail has been
reduced about twenty by the recent term
of court.
Fine pound and fruit cake, lîtéc lb. Gravell'a
Young women of the Immanuel parish
will arrkoge e complimentary musical and
literary entertainment iu the new perish
■Ml
the Canal
Wl.a Forty Thoasaud Shell, on Tbe.r
Yachts.
Gunners Passed Thrnngh
Special C orrespondence Evening Jonrnal
Dei.awark City, Nov 30
Michael a Nursery, of Wilmington *
A »team yacht from Atlantio City wem
through the canal to-day en route for
Albemarle Bound. She had sixteen men
aboard with four dogs, thirty-two guns
and 40,000 shells They expect to Bpend
three week« at the sound guunlDg
The mem
bars of
Hoover Called to Brldgetou.
Bbidobton, Nov 30 —Rev D Stuart
Hoover has accepted the call to Geriet
English Lutheran Church In tbl» city
Mr Hoover Is a Pennsylvanian, but has
been in charge of a Lutheran church at
r. Baltimore.
My Health Broke Down
With trouble! peculiar to women, my
nervous sys
tem was shat
tered. The
physician said
there was lit
tle hojw for
me. A neigh
bor told toe of
wonderful
cures
Hood's Sar
saparilla and I
decided (o trv
it. When I
had taken 3
bottles I could
ait u p, and
now I am per
fectly weiland
strong.
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I HOOCl s ba.sapanlia
r hes done all this for me " Mrs. C. F.
r- .4PK1K K, la Plaits CJty, Colorado.
PilU 1 harmoniously with
«1WU » Hood's Sarsapai illla. rgic.

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Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
«
rawder
ABSOLUTELY pure
THE D. S. G0SB3ÄT WILMINGTON.
H»m Iteeu Named In Houor of Thin Git?.
Initial Stepn Toward« Securing an
Appropriate Gift for Her.
The Navy Department has named
one of the new guuboats ballt
at. Newport News after this city,
Wilmington, and It Is but fitting that
the good people of this city should take
cognizance of It. Other cities have done
honor to tbemselvoB and their namesakes
and Wilmington should not be behind
band.
With this object In view, the Evbniho
Journal has started a subscription list
the fnnd to be a ed for the purchase of
a silver service for the United States
gunboat Wilmington. The money re
celved will be acknowledged In these col
nmns and held subjeot to the orders of
a committee of citizens which will
be selected later.
The service will be purchased of some
dealer in this city, to be decided upon by
the committee.
John W. Lawson.
Hash.
Old Salt.
A Htibc.rlber...
Marini-.
Old soldier.
Oakum.
Horace (1. Knowles..
I. (Singer.
Lewis (Sasse .
Friend..
W. L. Marlin..
William Ijawtnn.
Francis H. Hoffeoker.
Joseph L. Carpenter, Jr.
Chéries B. Lore.
Peter L. Cooper, .! r.
George Lodge.
Hugh O. Browne.
Paul Hlllle.
Christopher L Ward.
Lewie O. Vainlegrlft
KSlok jfchM.
Oarrett J. Hart....
H. K. Smith.
John lioughinan.'!..'
N. Hnieltz.
KhelibaoK.
L. lî. Chines.
Charles K. Woods...
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J. Frank Hall.-..
Frank Woolley.
Jesee K. Hay lie.
Samuel A. Macalllster.
(ioorge A.KIllott.
T. F. Bayard, Jr.
\V. F. Kurtz.
n. B. Evans.
II. X. Brlngliurel, Jr.
James 8. Dotih..
J. Wilkins Unooh.
John s. ttoMiell.
Alvin It. Morrison.
Vrtemas Smith...
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Thome# F. O'Donnell..
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K. Baldwin T.Spilnaer
J. lYank Klgge.
A.B.Hurlock.
Bpottawood Gnrlauil.
William T. Lynam.
J. W. Aydon.
.lohn P. Nielda.
Victor B.Woolley.
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H. L. Evans & Co.
I honia» B. Smith.
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Preston lica.
William J. McOlary..
Frank J. Niedermaier
John Biggs ..
Charles G.Gnyer.
Charles H .Saese....
M. H, Oonoon.
F.W Lar g.
Harry Gidls.
The Charles Warner Company
Clarkson Jennings..
Willard Hall l*orier.
Joaopn A Richardson .
John J. Matter.
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I seen by the above list that nearly ou»-bair
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1 «ubscrlbid.
' dt'niandlng hl» t„ Kinne,.
Arton Prêtent. Hi. Inuoeenoe.
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answer charge« alleging hi» connect Inn
With llaren ltelnach in tIn* Danilina oannl
fi*autls. was again ari-uiguod in the Dew
ytreet polloo (suiG.and remnmlod. Ho jiro
tested his Innocence.
L''e«)||i IMvmouth to New York.
Lonim)X, Noy. 80.—Tho tHircppa of the
experiment of lauding at Plymouth la
utend of Southampton has led the Ham
burg-Altiorical) Steamship company to de
cide to start a regular weekly service lie
tween Plymouth and New York next
spring. - >>
TELEGRAPHIC I^KtVITlES.
Senhor t'yrlllo Mohcado h»-i lugji) up.
pointed Portuguese minister u>\fm Unit
ed States.
Count F.dwnrd Taaffo, formerly pi-i gn .
minister of Austria, died ou his estate at
Kischlnu, iu Bohemia.
Joseph W. Deaclmm, Cornell's crack
left half bnck. has been chosen eoptoin of
the Cornell footliall eleven for laud.
Drttkemnn William H. Kiehenlelster
was Instantly killed while at work In the
and Western railroad yard i*t
Middletown, N. Y.
< >n tail,
(lovctuor Morton has received word
from the Atlanta exposition showing that
Xe-,v York has been awarded u gold medal
as a diploma of honor.
As a result of the footliall game at De
catur. III«., William McGerrcm is likely
to die. y-r went down iu a scrimmage,
and the two elevens fell upon him.
CharlesMcKinstreyofGreenporkN. Y.,
,llod » claim against the state for $3,0!)::
brr damages alb god to have been sostain
ed by him, arising from the death of stock.
DOMESTIC INFELICITY.
A Prominent Pltt.burg Turfman aiut Coal
Dealer Seek. Divorce.
Pittsburg, Nov. 80.—Captain Samuel
8. Drown, tho well known coal merchant
and turfman, has applioil for a tlivoroo
from his wife. It is generally reported
that his petition had been answered (juiet
ly, but nothing definite can bo learned.
The grounds for tho proceedings are put
down as desertion.
Tho unptniu was married on Oct. (I,
lfcW4, to Lizzie Pollock, daughter of tho
wealthy Dr. Pollock of this city. Tho
charges are that in 18M6 Mrs. Drown de
serted her huslmnd for live or six weeks.
In I suit sho again deserted him for six
months, when a second roconclliatlon was
effected. She lived with him until somo
time in I87K, when she left him for good.
Who is now suid to bn In Ko rope with
her sister, who is a noted sculptress.
Four children were born to the couple,
but all are dead. Captain Drown refuses
to be Interviewed on the mnttor.
WILL MAKE QUICKER TIME.
The Speed of tho lmnil
Express
rentrai Will II« Increased.
the
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 80.—The New York
and Hudson Diver Railroad company has
decided to quicken the time of the Empire
State express 35 minutes through to Duf
fuln.
Tho action lms keen taken op account
of a report that within tho lust (10 days a
railroad company in (treat Dritaln lias
scheduled one of its regular passenger
trains at a spued slightly greater than tho
average of the Kmplre .State express, aud
this will place the Now York Central
again In tho lead and afford still further
improved facilities for travel between tills
city and the continuous chain of eitles
from here to Duffalo and Ningura Falls.
The initial trip will be made on Mon
day, Dee. 3, when a special, with officials
of tho road and guests, will bo dispatched
over tho route.
That Cramped Ringer Movement. Ur moved
Aud free rapid writing quickly
tangbt you at Cioldey College, E ghtli
and Market streets, by the great pro
feeslonal penman there No bonks need.
$4 a mouth, night or day. No extra
charge at night for Book keeolng (by
the wonderful new method) Bankiug,
Arithmetic Letter Writing, Spelling, ole
Trial 1 -soon» free Bégin any day nr night
Olllce Seventh anil H.n« Phone MS.
H T. Hergeaul dealer In coal and wood
KW~I.aroe p«. eoal for family tie* $4.00
Ipjff'IDcknrv wood for open grata«.
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OR. HONEYWELL'S
DENTAL PARLORS,
70S Market 8t., Wilmington, Del,
Extracting Without Pain.
EXTRACTING...... Me
WITH VITAl.l/.rLl) AIK OR GAS.BOo
WITH "TONALOIA." wide aw.ke. tdc
TKF.TH FILLED WITH SILVER.T5c
WITH AMALGAM.
GOLD FILLINGS.
Set of Teeth,
Best Set, on Rubber,
Gold and ftlluminum Piates.
Gojd Cape aud (frown aud Bridge Work. |
Denlislrv in ill Branches
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THE POPULÄR PRICE
Shoe Store
HAYES',
No. 13
East 2iul St.
Fair Dealing to Everybody.
Opposite Second Street Market House.
flTKKKTaV 8P.fiKit DRPAKTIUKNT 8ALK
|> V VIRTUK or A WAHR A NT OF THE
Mayor of tho oltv of Wilmington, to us
dlrecteil, will bo exposed at luhlfctaUt at :!
u'Otuok p. u».,
ON WEDNESDAY. THE ELEVENTH DAY
OF DKt'EMIiER, A. D , 1Ü95.
at the county Court Hcutte, in the city of
Wilmington. New Castle comity and »täte of
De aware, all (hat certain lot ope e of land
»ituate In the city of Wilmington aforesaid:
HeghiPing at a point on the westerly side of
Hsi rtnon wrest at r.he distance of sevent y »tx
fret from 1 he northerly »iue o Fifth street,
thence westerly parallel with Fifth street
lilnetv*five feet to a »tske. thence northerly
paialM with Harrison »tree» eighteen feet t >
another MiHke. thence easteil/ ptraltvl with
Fifth street ninety-five fe**t to the said 0 de of
ti a *rri*nn street and theme thereby southerly
eighteen feet t - I tie place of beninnf nv.
i/.ed and taken in execution km the prop
erty of the as ate of Frederick Huckmtn and
to be sold by
THE HOARD OF DIR TOTO *S OF TI1E
STREET AND SEWER DEPARTMENT
N. H.--The ab»*vs nain d property is to he
sold to satisfy a lien thereon for curbing aud
sewer»
HARRY D. FELL,
GRA1NE8 FOR TIE TRADE,
No. Ill West.Eighth Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
BatUfaction guaranteed.
Springer
# The Hatter
No. 5
j West Foor.h St.
fJk'ITPH LOOK OVKF
D sour wardrobe and tax
If there are not sou.« gar
meets which, H properl;
Cita tied sud Died, wUl
be good Oa new.
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A. F. BOB NOT,
718 MARKT 61
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HOWELL MURDER TRIAL.
The Wellsboro 8*<* Taken » Knther Senna
tiuial Turn.
Wkluboro, 'a , Nov. 80.—Tho trial o,
Mrs. ChnrlottgHowoll for tho murder 01
W-yettr-old l.ifiio Knapp at Tioga Iasi
May lina takot» sensational turn.
Mrs. Howeliwas put on tho stand ir.
hor «Ail bnhal to testify to what ooourreé
In the district «ttornoy's office when shl
was brought lit'« by the dotectivos for ex
amination bfore tho formal chnrgi
agaiust hor \va made,
she was asked*) print in Komnn cnpltab
a letter which vus dictated to hor by th«
lawyers und eeteottves, and she did so
She also declrcd that Dupignac, one ol
tho detectivo, made insulting advancoi
to her, off or in? her $25. She was told
that If she wrpld make a full confession
they (the dotqitivcs) would see that sho
got clear.
Mrs. Howql. who bolongs to a well
known Now .York family, was neatly
dressed and unde a good Digression.
Detective Euplgnao went on the stand
and mmlo an aliphatic denial of her testi
mony concerting him, adding that shti
had not been 1» auy way tutiuUdated.
The letter wkich Mrs. Howell says sht
printed thus win, with othors, to lie used
to establish 111* fact that, sho wrote the
1(10 OS more threatening notes received by
the girl several months before her death.
Judge Mitchell ruled these out, however,
which is considered a strong point for the
defense. Thoevidenoe against tho prisouor
Is entirely cltcumstautiul.
She testified that
HYPPOLITE'S TROUBLES.
A Formic!»!»!«
Ex }>«•<]!! ion Againfet Huit I,
Heatlftl by HuUrttud Canale
Hmi.ADKl.fHiA, Nov. 80.—John H. Dur
ham, ex migi-tter to Haiti and ohorgu
d'affaires tol Santo Domingo, had sonio
thlng to sayjubout tho Kingston (Jamai
ca) dispatch' received hero and in New
York to tlnieffeat that a formidable expe
dition is being organized against Haiti by
Hoisraud (cnnnl, who is being assisted by
u well known Philadelphia firm.
"It is doubtless truo, ns a logical out
come of the present political condition in
Haiti," said Mr. Durham. "President
Hyppollto is not seeking re-election, hut
is arranging to socuro us his successor a
man of his own clioioe. On the other
hand, tho rofugecs ure preparing to make
desperate efforts to capture the presidency
und overthrow the present government."
From other sources it, was learned that
inquiries hare been made in this city re
cently looking to the purchase of arms
and ammunition and their transportation
to Kingston, Jamaica, by a man concern
ing whom there appears to bo a mystery.
Powell'*« Heul Rut ate Sold.
Charles B Evans made a return to
day of the sile of real estate of William
Powell deceased. The proper?; was s«.id
to pay debtt.
(jalck. Lunch
At Beckett's, Nos. 6 and 8 West Sixth
street.
LICHTENSTEIN
& HART,
415 MARKET STREET.
Delusively Carpets and Draperies.
SPECIAL.
Following our regular cus
tom we commence on Mon
day next to close out the
accumulation of a season's
business in short lengths and
dropped patterns of carpets,
thc j qualities*, being so
lcnQWfl if; is hardly necessary
to refer to them Bring your
room sizes, it will materially
assist you in selecting. Wil
tons, Axminsters, Moquette.
Body Brussels, Tapestry,
Brussels, Ingrains, Etc.
To Rug Buyers
The stock in all sizes to he
found here and at prices to
suit all buyers, $4.50 to $500.
Constantly growing in favor
they are the floor coverings of
today.
Are you interested in
Lace Curtains ?
Our unpreccnted sale of
these goods a few days since
has spurred us on to activity.
We place before you to-day in
Real Irish Points, Reainas
>ance, Cluny, Antique and
Brussels Lace values worthy
the attention of all buyers.
The prices justify this,
big drive in an Ottoman Lace,
two. hum hers, specially at $i
to $1.25.
LICHTENSTEIN
& HART,
415 MARKET STREET.
»HE NEVER FAILS*.
Dr.G.F.THEEL 1317
u ARCH ST.
ritilndeliihin. NiipcIaI .
roUon, Norx'uui iH'hUity, Ulcers, Blatlder, Kid
nvyd, bkla Dtsbnscs, Yorlvocvl«*, IlY»lr«K*vle. Hup
ture, WeakueAw, ellcclN of yoiiliii'ul liiilit
cr.'ilon, PlJea permtn«B|ly cored by Improved
methods without pain ordctoatloo from businc««.
s«*nd fives-evnt stamps for Ikwlc *♦ Truth.'' tl>R
best for vounk and old, stngleor married, the only
book quark«. Hours, »-8J Ky'm,
.. v-lt iuHcf at one«. Fresh caeca
currd In i to 10 days. Treatment by Bin ».
Difteanc« and Blood
G-& SO;
Delmarvia Telephone Company.
$2.00 Per Month for Homes.
$3.00 Per Month for Business.
OFFICE EQUITABLE BUILDING,
WILMINGTON, Del., November 23, 1895.
TO THE PUBLIC:
We believe that to insure large profits, the most econom
cal management and the best , public service combined with
large dividends, a Telephone Company should be owned by
its subscribers and that this stock should be as widely distri
buted as possible.
One of the many mistakes of the old company has been
and is, that they give the Wilmington business men, their
patrons, no chance whatever to participate* in their enormous
profits.
I
The Delmarvia Telephone Company, on the other hand,
offers for sale its stock at $10.00 per share (being par) with
special inducements to the subscribers to its system to take
and pay for the same on the instalment plan of 20 per cent,
cash and the remainder in four equal monthly instalments.
Other subscribers to the capital stock will be required to
limit their subscriptions to 25 shares.
All cash received from sales of stock will be deposited by
the treasurer with the Farmers' Bank, as a Special Trust
Fund, no part of which will be used until contracts are made
insuring the completion of the I'lant. Should we be unable
to make such contracts, the full ameunt will be refunded to
each subscriber without any deduction or cost to him what
ever.
The increase in the number of our subscribers to the sys
tem guarantees an increase of net profits, and there is no
reason why, in a city of the size of Wilmington, 3,000 phones
should not be in active operation. Such results are being
accomplished elsewhere by the same system
Subscriptions should be sent with check for the first pay
ment, to the Treasurer of the company. Any check so re
ceived will, at once be returned if subscription is not accepted,
the Company reserving the right to refuse any subscription.
DELMARVIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Attest :
J. AUGUSTUS McOAULEY, Secretary and Treasurer.
JOSEPH L. CARPENTER, Jr., President.
IDEAL HEATER.
TESTIMONIALS.
WILMINGTON, DEL, Sept. 30, 1895.
FRANK A. MITCHELL, EgQ ,
Dear Sir; The trustees of Rid Clay Presbyterian Church desire to
say that the two Ideal Furnaces which you put In for them last Fall are
giving satisfaction and ae onr church Is In an exposed situation we
think the lest a good one, as they heated onr church through the Win
ter of 1894 95. Respectfully jouig,
JOHN G FISHER,
Pie ident of Trustees, for Trustees.
WILMINGTON, DEL, Oct. 11, 1895,
FRANK A. MITCHELL, ESQ, Wilmington, Del
Dear Sir: Having nsvd one of yonr Ideal Heaters for four years I do
not hesitate to recommend it to those wanting a firrt-class heater.
, Respectfully yours.
J. FRANK McCOY;
ALL KINDS OF HEA1ER REPAIRS.
FRANK A. iMITCHELl
SOLE (acent,
NO.' 102 WEST FIFTH STREET.
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Do Your Eyes Hurt You ?
If they do you should have them examined. Perhaps
glasses require changing. Examinations free.
your
S. L. McKEE, Graduate Optician with
MILLARD F. DAVIS, 9 E. Second St.
Occullsts' Prescription! Promptly and Carefnlly Filled,.
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* WALTER H. PODEST A. *
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of Walter M. Podesta&Co., Optical Specialists. Phila,
I,ute with
QUEEN A CO.
Is in Wilmington, EVERY FRIDAY,
in the Office, 606 MARKET ST., so long occupied
■ Appreciating tiic kindly'faVora of patronage hé
has received from the best citisena of Wilmineton he
respectfully invites all those trôubied with Heaaaçhe, or
m ?yet| are causing discon\fort in auy way. to call on
d receive FREC the advice, his know led
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experience warrant him in giving* REMÉMBER, NO
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PUAI. MI DIt INl£ CO., Clcv«l»#d. phio.
For sale by J. L. Truax, Graduate In Pharmacy, Third and Poplar streets
ility. Loss of Sexual Power tin either
ele and other weaknehtes. froiA any («K,
quickly restoreti. If iiegle* ti«l, such
l9«(. for fi.co>; 6 boxes for f;.oo. With
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AM|!*IKRRNfH
AN! dKHRNÎS. o
WONDERLAND MUSEE.
AN EVENING WITH HOWELLS..
Week Commencing December 3nd, 1895.
I VKsYHODi'S FAVORITE RÏSOHT,
The Millionaire, the Business Man. the
Working Man allkasend their faroilissto this
l ittle Pleasure I'al»c?.
Maud Madison. tUe R
ce-, Barrv Bndworih the Favorite.
. • 11 - OT-* FOR it) CENT8,
"The Bleeidrg Car" and "The Mouse Trap."
Two of * Ullani Dean Howells'» most delight
ful farces wbl be presented by competent la
dles and gentlemen of Wilmington, at the
New Century Club, Thursday Evening, Dtc.
5.105. Atlnd.sion.hr cents; Reserved Feats,
75 ceuta. Reserved Beats on sale at J M. I
Beeten,'» drug store. New Century Club
Building._
The VaujlavWle Club,
-am Ifni Serpentine Dàn
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NEW WONDERLAND MDSEE !
November ?8. ÏP. 3),
Haturday Matinee.
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W.,L. DOCKKTAUERl Manager
0|i-n from 2 until 19.46 p. m- dally
Home of High Claes Vaudeville. Adrats'n, 10c
THE NICHT OWLS.
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December *. 3. 4. THE TWO ORPHANS
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IT PAY8 Good Clothing, not
only in money aav
TO BUY ing, bat in wear and
tear and general
satisfaction. Bat don't believe
that because we are always talk
ing good Clothing and good
qnalities that wo only
and keep high priced goods. You
make a great mistake if you
think, and when you realize
that we sell a whole suit to fit
any sized man for $5, Coat
Vest and Trousers, or an Over
coat, same Bizes, or can give
you them up to $35, or any
where between them. You un
derstand, it is not high priced
goods we want to pu h, but
Clothing, Hats or bhoea at any
price you may want to pay,
that will bring you back when
you buy again. We have a new
lot of Overcoats at #18, clay
lined, deep velvet collars, full
satin yoke and sleeves, that we
sell against the market for style
and quality. Plenty of the $Ï0,
$12 and $15 kinds.
mean
so
All sizes,
both in Suits and Overcoats.
JAMES T. MU A SOM,
Clothing,
Hats,
Shoes,
6th & Market St«.,
Wllmingt or.
NOW OPEN!
"The Big Electric Hit,
Food Exposition
THE AUDITORIUM.
2 to 10 30 p. m.
OUR BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR,
La Trilby" Coffee SpooDs, are
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THE TALK OF WILMINGION !
01YEH fO L4P18S.
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Cooking Leclnrcn by Miss Alice
J. Hoyle, of Pratt Institute, Brook
lyn, N. Y.
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LA FRANCE CONCERT TROUPE.
SPECIAL.
Ladies' and School Children's
Matinee To-day.
The School Children admitted for
10 oente and. given free a bag of
candy. Ladiea receive ''La Trilby
Spoons" free.
ADMISSION - - 25 CENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Saturday, November 30,
Direction of D. W. Truss A Co.; •
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Princess
Bonnie.
By MR. W1LLABD SPENCER.
PRICES - Balcony. £5 and 85 centstlflrst two
rows, to co ts; ' , * i
FIRST FJ.OOB, 50C.-75J. $'.00and 81.E0.
Monday, December 2 , >•
Positively Farewell Engagement,
GOOD-BYE FOREVER of
MOD J ES K A,
Presentiug Schiller'» Great Play,
"MARY STUART.
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PS ICES—Gallery, 35 and 50 cents; Flrat
Floort J5 c^ts, $fan d '$1.50.
Wedmsday Evening Only, recember 4,
fror the llr»t tigle America's Trlam
BM plinn- Tragedian, A
MR, JAMES O'NEILL,
In a spectacular revival of fheridan
Xni.Wjleb'a.Jsuhlim^ N
"Th, host "VirgliilusoLA^l."—Btshon Herald
J ' L'4-'AL FlÿCKS. ;
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