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Prisoners Who Have Served Years to Go Free. •» HABE 8 CORNER OHIOKCN GANG Othtrn to B« KeI«A««d From New Cftfttlo Nut 8nnday—Jahn K. Taylor Sold to Roto Boon leading tho Jl unter Oppoal 11 on ot Washington-Other Happening« of n Day. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. New Castle. Jan. 30. While •'time Is fleeting" to many busy minds here and elsewhere, there are several people here who would twist the ciook hands arenud with a mighty pall, so that noin to day might he noon next Sunday. These re marksbly restless folks are seven long term prisoners now completing their sentences, and are to be released to breathe free air again next month. They ar# George Plater, Thomas Sad 1er, James Sanders, Thomas Fields and Miss Ida Chanoe, all oolorsd, chicken drawers, Edward Foreman, who ones wielded a rszir too often, and Joseph Walker, a traiu robber The prisoner» have all been punished severely and claim that while their suffering haa been great, they are completely cured of disregard of the fifth commandnent. Stole Chickens aa a ltualiies. George Plater, Thomas Sadler, Janies Sanders, Thomas Fields and Ida Chance formerly resided near Hare's Corner where they went Into business All took a course In drawing until tbev became proficient to drawing hens. The first drawing was successful So was toe second. But the third was very unlockv because John J. Jackson detectel enormous Inroads In hts poultry house State detectives stepped In end the next thing "Preschet" Fialls and bis gang knew they were being rattled over the road from Wilmlngtou to spend two years in the county prison. They will be released on Sunday. Three Yen» In Jail. Edward Foreman, also colored, hss spent three years In prison but will he released on February 8 He quarrelled with bis wife and became bo enraged that he drew his rizor and made a p'unge at her that oost him bit position, reputation and liberty He was at that time a trusted workman at tha Diamond Htata Iron Werks but was originally ftoai Baltimore. He was convicted of acsault with Intent to kill. Hie Train Robberf Did Not Work. Joseph Walker, who will take his leave of New CaBtle forever on Fsbrarry 10, waa a train robber bat not tho kind that cause terrified passengers to hide greenbicks In their boots. He simply got bard up for provisions while coming North from his Georgia home and broke Into a freight car, wbaie he went Into the wholesale grooery business Walker was "pinched" by good deteotive work and served a whole year. Mr. Ilnntar Not Tot Cot fir mod. William J. Hunter has not yet been confirmrd by the United 3tat.es Senate as postmaster at New Cattle aud It la probible that Postmaster Robert C Gordon will have much loogsr to hold over. Mr Gordon's term expired on February 18 but. he atlll looks after Uuoie Sam's business here and must continue until hts snccsssor hss bren dnly qualified and commissioned aud becomes well acqualuted with the duties of his efflo*. John E. Taylor, candidate for county commissioner from,tbe Fourth district, and New Castle hundred's leading young Republican politician, has returned from Washington, where, it is said, he person ally managed tbe campaign against Hunter Taylor could uot be seen In town last night but Is credited with having said that a "knock-out blow" was earning. 8arrlces In the Church Auditorium, Rev. W. W. Rharp, of Wealey Chnrch, Wilmington, again preached at the M F> Church revival services, last night, which were held In the main andlterium for the first time for a mid week services. As tbe church was nearly filled lest night, this plan will be contlnned and to-night a larve audience is expected to hear Rsv S M Morgan, the Mt. Ralem minister aud evangelts'. An afternoon prayer meeting has also bteu Inaugurated for every day except Ratnrday at 2 p. m Mitch.11 Ac*In Wins at Pool. At th. Columbia Athletic Club In tbe Opera House last evening the third pool tournament, wblob bad a successful three-nights' run, was completed, Hamnel Mitchell again winning the Mayor Black gold medal by making tbe highest score By winning one more tournament Mr. Mitchell will own the medal permanently. The second prize was au Ivory tipped one, The scores : Samuel Mitchell.. William D Kirk . George H. <'as,'_ J. Harry King Clarence Cochran James White. K. Eben Wart._ Thomas B Boyle Kirk, who cam* In second man. made dccldeclv the best runs, onoe scoring 14 and frequently 12 313 I er ,.l IN* 1M u las . 131 Peisonal KvenU. Albert Pedrlck* yonng friends gave him a rousing surprise party lost night at hi* home on Delaware street ia honor of hi* nineteenth birthday. Mrs. George Helms, of Brooklyn, who has been visiting her father, Charley Hofmann at the Jeffereon House, left for Newport News yeBterdsy, where she had been tummoaed by a despatch from her husband, who Is an United States naval rffictr on tbs batMeohlp Malus and is in dread of orders for a long nosaii voyage to Africa Edward Arnold, B B Wilson, Harry H Wilson. Angnri.ua Long. H H Ad',lor. su energetic quintet of commercial men, representing Romford'* powd-.r. nave registered at the Jcffsreon House Ex-Mayor Wtlaier Hanson, who is now a realdent of JWilmingtoo, Aos In the city last evening looking aft*r*cma lodge but nets. \ Mrs. Henry M White oflneirtbb city, left for Baltlaoote to <*Y for o w«ek's etay with Monument»! C 'y friend*. « Chlldrea's rbeviot and domet Biggs. Buy your shoes a*. MnGrory'e. K Brswi and silver polish al Srooift Oblldren'* His. k Hoac 10, 12>4 eftt 25, ILigs. Salisbury's Principal K «iSTUS. Balisci by, Md., Jan 3P»-Profe«s >r Thomas H William», prinjp* 1 ot 'be Ballsbury High School, ba« »«Ddered his resignation to th» school bArd. to take effect February 28 Mr vftlliams will enter npou his dnttes as ohle■clerk in the eoyoptroiler'a office about /Aril 1. William* has spaut nesr y t Aeteen years t Mr Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report AB&OLUTEU PURE a* prlneipal of the High School He toak charge or the school lu 1871 and taught until 18S0 when he resigned. He was succeeded by Rev. A. 0 Heaton, Puftesor Ingle and Professor Foreman, but In 1888 he égala assumed the prinoipaluhip which has continued nntll, the present time. KENTS WATERMEN AROUSED. Oj Mermen and Flahnnuen lilt tor It Op P 0 R« the Proposed Ojeter Résiliation. Store Robbed Wh le the Owner W us et Chercha Ohbstbrtowi», Jan. 30 —Kent county's army of oystermeu aud fishermen are thoroughly aroused aud staud In bitter aDd aggressive opposition te the proposed oysler legislation of the lower Eaeteru Nbore counties; and tlie movement advo oaled by Representative Nesb, of Balti more, and some Baltimore packers to lay out new and more liberal dredging lines for the dredgers and to divide thousands of acres of tbe Chesapeake luto "barren bottoms " Meetings of protest bave been held aud ootuultteeg appointed te visit Anuapolis to prosecute au aggressive campaign against the passage of the pro posed laws. At a union miatlug of the two large associations of oystermeu of Bock Hall the conoeueas of opinion was expressed when, by unanimous vote, It was declared that no legislation In the lntet est of the oyster beds, relative to polloe protection or upon any other point Is necessary or tlesit-ed, but It was thought to be "unwise and dangerous" to dis turb tbe present law. The store of Walter Banns & Bro , at Falrlee, was eutared by thieves wnite Mr. Barnes was at ohuren aud the con tents of the money drawer, together with a quantity of cigars aud tobacco, were stulen. il TUI SPORDKG WORLD. Nuccoful Catches By Anglers at It. Ueerges—The Hraadywlne Baseball O.ub Has Gaud Backing—Other Event*. Thomas Moiiarlty, of Holycks, aud Daniel MoC. n jell, of Philadelphia, last night made a rattling light, bat it lasted but four round cleau knock-out aud winulag 35 per cent, of the gross tecelpte, the loser getting 15 per cent, Johu Lundi*, William HutchlnioB and Charles Johnson, of Chestnut QUI, Pa., recently took a two days'fishing trip to Ht. Georges, where they fished through tbe Ice for pike. Their efforts were very successful, and they returned home with abnnt 200 pounds of fish Ssuse of the pike measured 22 aud 23 inches. Matiagar Wilson,! of the Brandywine Baseball Club, is now at work elgnlsg c'syera tor next reason. Tbe olub Iras 20 ctnckhrldets and will opau tbe Reason with firat-elae* financial baekiug. Nearly all of last season's players will be signed, with several new ones Monarity making a THE MI NISTER DANCED. And the BtaM Peaple of St. Michaels Are «till Talking A boil It. A week before Christmas Mr. sad Mrs. Charles A. Kemp cslcbreted their tin wedding at their home In Biy hundred, ssja the Easton Ledger, and very pleasantly entertained their friends on I bat occasion. Among the evening's festivities wss deuolng, and among the inviud guests was Rev. Qarrv A Grosser, temporarily rector of St. Michael's parish. Daring tbe evening Mr. Creuser end hie charming hostess enjoyed a quadrille together, aud that fact gave some of the staid people of tbe town something to talk about. Criticism aud rxpresslou of opiuton one wsy or the other wrro freely Indulged In, and are yet. Mr. Crest er Is a ; lain-spoken, though pleurant, young man, and say« he does uot care what the public thinks of bte dancing Ha told a reporter for tbe Ledger this week that It was purely a personal matter aud nobody's badness bat bis own. ' Yon uannot lay down two codes of morals, one for tbe minister and ano bvr fer als congregation," said Mr. Crasser. "iVhat Is right for one le right for the other, and wbat is wrong for oae la wrong for the other. Besides I am uot here to ba taugbt or dictated to I koow what Is right aid what Is wrong, and my duty is to teach those thing«. There la no law ot tbe ehurch that says dancing is wrong, therefore it Is not wrong. Again, tbls ia purely a personal matter and le nobody's business. As for this talk yon bear, tbere is nothing In It—not a thing '' Mr Crasser same te Talbot about two months ego from New York etate to fill tbe pniplt at Ht. Michaels nntll the vaslry should call him or some one.else|at Easter. Be aod Mrs. Creeeer seem to be quite popular with the parishioner*. The Cheapest Work Kver Offered. We have a few copies of a beautiful work, handsomely bound,containing sev eral hundred pictures of high artistic merit, which will bs'sold at f 1.75 a copy, which Is abont one-fourth the publica tion price Also some copies of Rand and McNally's Cyclopedia at $2 25, worth four times the price asked. Can be seen at tbe Evknino Journal office. Ta Meet Protestor L'oan. The prêtent and former pupils of the Frleade' School will tender a reception to Professor Dean this afternoon, prier to hi* starting for the Sauth and Wast. Theodore F. Armstrong, of Newark, a: d Thomie 0 Fraim, Jr, ot Dover, were in town to-day. BIced'fNerve Foo^. Fcr Weak and Run-Down People from Childhood to Old Age. * WHAT ''T 19 ? Th« richest of all ivutorat iv* roods, t «-cause it r« placua tho aauio hubaUur.« to tb« blood aud tier?»-* that ar«* eihanated in tbe»« two lllo<givinfr flnid« bjrdlaeaa«, loti i*rcnt ion, high nviujf, overwork, worry, exce*»< *, »buac'.ttc. tl rsh. OOE8! fcf tusking the blood Id the dltfeat I oil poifect, It create i ici* and otr. !U| rth. Th« nerven ha np, the brain becomes a<?iv* an,( u»if lo«t vitality aud slopping a!» WftftltHt' dra::ta am. tveakaea» m «*<th< r aex, it ba« no ro'itl ; amt it» Vneai regulator it jo worth ita yight 'HjgolJ. One box I j* et *1 a w, . k. Prtceft*« «m» • DruL'rist» or by mail. Baoli free. L . THE OR. CHA3S COMPANY. ttlâ Cutëtià at bU. ; r nr clear. Fu PbUalelphiv A TAXIDERMIST'S THEFTS. lie Hlfali Valuable Hprclmens From Fee body Institute and Nells Them. New Haven, Jnn. 80.—A remarkable story of wrongdoing, Involving the theft of $10,000 worth of the most rare speci mens of taxidermy, etc., in Peabody In stitute at Yale by a professor's eon, a ool lege graduate, has just come to light. Albert II. Verril, Yale, '98, son of Pro fessor AddiRon Verril, has boon charged with the theft, but it is understood that ho will not Is) arrested. He is still at, 11b erly. Tho tbnft of »périmons dates hack sev eral years. Young Verril, who Is only 34 yonrs olcl, spent two years in South Amer ica after his graduation and came hero a littlo over one year ago. He was an expert on taxidermy, nnd during his course at thn university thoroughly acquainted him self with tho most valuable specimens In Peabody Institute. Tho Yale ntithorltles first discovered several months ago that specimens were disappearing, hut it was not until ten days ago tlmt It was actually known who was responsible. Professor C. O. Marsh and Professor Verril, Albert's father, suspected that the latter's son was the culprit. They charged him with stealing a large number of arti cles. Ho at first, denied that ho had taken anything, but finally acknowledged that ho had sold many specimens to European and American dealers. He also said that he had a quantity, worth over $5.000, in his possession. Those wore turned ovor to tho university. According to his confes sion, the total value of the articles taken was about $10,000. INCENDIARY FIRES. l.ancAHter Has Its sixth Destructive Blase Within a Period of Nine Days. Lancaster, Pa., Jnn. 3«. — Another In cendiary flro, the sixth within tho past nine days, occurred when the large brick building owned by tho Bltuor estate and occupied as a tobacco and storage ware house was bn illy damaged. Tho flame» started 111 a portion of tho building used ns a tobacco wnrehouso by Julius Iioderman, to which they wore con fined, although other parts, occupied by Charles G. Emery and F. W. Erloschen of New York, nnd Charles W. Bitner of this city ns a tobacco warehouse and by others for the storage of groceries and other ma terial, suffered Injury by smoke and water. Tho loss Is not less than $50,000, tho heaviest of which falls upon I jeder man. Tho insurance will more than cover the loss. Tim reward of $500 offered by the city for the detection of the perpetrators of the recent outrago has boon increased by the offer of $500 additional by tho Champion Blower and Forgo* company, whose works were burned last Saturday. Harry Gensomer, foreman of engine No. 4, fell through an elevator shaft while fighting the fire and was hiully Injured. Possibly on Board the Hawkins. GLKVKLAND, Jan. 80.—Ira C. Farley, n young adjutant In tho Fifth regiment Ohio national guard, disappeared lust week, nnil subséquent investigation show ed that lie hud had trouble with his busi ness partners and hail probably gone to enlist for the Cuban war. Till) only thing he took from home was 1i1n lieutenant's commission, and he had often expressed a longing to join the Cubans, liesidos wldeh ho bought a railroad ticket for Philadel phia, where the main Insurgent remitting office Is located. He must liavo reached Philadelphia just In time to embark on tho 111 fated steamer Hawkins with othor filibusters, and bis family not bearing from him fear that bo was among tho drowned. (irrronny on Moiiiup Doctrine. Heulin, Jan. 80.—A semiofficial state mont lias been published warning Presi dent Crespo of Venezuela tlmt he cannot count upon tho help of thAwTJnlted 8tate» to enable him to shirk his obligations, supposing Germany takes measures to en force the payment of tho railway claim. The Monroe doctrine may perhaps 1* ap plied to territorial disputes, tho statement says, but It cannot he invoked to protect defaulting debtors against tho claims of tho European states. Cleveland Home From the Hunting Trip. Washington, Jan. 80.— Président Cleve land, accompanied by Dr. G'ftollly, reach ed this city from his brief shooting trip to Quantlco, on the Potomac river, lato last night. The roturn journey was made on tho lighthouso tender Maple. Captain Lamberton of the tender joined tho presi dent in the sport, which took plaoe just off Quantlco, while Dr. O'Reilly remained on board. Thirteen ducks were the result of the day's sport. Fixplostons In n Mine. \VILKKSii arke, l*a.$ Jan. 80.—An ex plosion of gas occurml in the Twin shaft at Plttston. It was at first reported that several mon had lieen killed, but this prove<l to lie erroneous. Tho miners at work in the vicinity were thrown about by tho concussions, but Anthony Kane and John Connors wore the only ones Injured. They were burned about tho face and hands. The mine was only slightly dam aged. Garrets of linked Apples. Lyons, N. Y., Jan. 30.—John S. .Tor dan's fruit wnrehouso here was damaged by fire, tho loss being about $1,000 on tin building. Messrs. Jortlan & Nusblckel bad 5,000 liarnds of apples in the building, which were damaged, and the loss on them Is estimated at $3,ooo. The Deadly Folding lied. Fostokia, O., Jan. 30.—A folding lied closed upon Mrs. H. E. Bohrer, wife of the traveling passenger agent of the Mobile nnd Ohio railroad, and her mother, Mrs. P. Kssolman. Mrs. Bohrer is fatally iiv jurad. Mrs. Esselir.an will recover. Germany Increasing Her Navy. London, Jon. 30.—It is reported that Germany has ordered 13 torpedo destroyers from Thorncroft & Co., the shipbuilders. The new vessels are to have a speed of 30 knots an honr. lawyer McXamee I tend. Stapleton, N. Y., Jan. 30.—James McNamoo, a well known New York law yer and son-in-law of the late Captain Jacob H. Vanderbilt, died from Bright's disease. Fatally injiirrd by an Kxploelon. CENTEBVfLLK, Ala., Jan. 80.—Two largo boilers of Hund Bros. ' sawmill exploded, fatally wounding James Ely and Frank * Henry. ROBBERS ARRESTED. Allcgni to Have Molen From the Welle Fargo Company. Denver, Jim. 'id.—Pinkerton detectives have arrested Express Agent Kroutof Col orado Spring« on the charge of being Im plicated in the theft of $35,000 from thn Well« Kargo company several months ngo. 111» father, who recently came to Colorado Springs from Illinois, was also arrested on a train ut WuNionburg as he was leav ing the state, and about $4,500 was found sewed up in bis clothing. The robbery occurred on the night of Nov. 11 ut the Santa Fe depot in Colorado Springs just after the night train pulled out south, George Krout, the agent, said that two men had overpowered him in his oltice and taken two packages consigned from Denver banks, which contained $85, 000, overlooking another package contain ing $15,000. As Mr. Krout hud been In the employ of the Wells Fargo company for a number of years suspicion did not at first point to him. He told a very pluusiblu story, and H was believed in spite of the fact that the rubbery was reported by him to have taken place when the station platform was full of people. He said the robbers bid in the office while he was looking after the express matter thut came off the train, and two masked men faced him when he entered. They closed the door and locked it, made Idm deliver theemoney ami at, the mu/.zlo of a pistol ordered him to get Into bud and cover up his head. There wus a eot in the office, und the agent said be did as tlie robbers bade him, but lie gave the alarm as soon as they were off. Krout'a father, a farmer, came to Colorado Springs from Cerro Gordo, Ills., Jan. 31. His no tions excited suspicion, und ho has been constantly shadowed. Monday he boarded a train on the Gulf road, after having pur chased a ticket for Fort Worth, Tex. De tective W. H. .Sayros lioardcd the sumo train nnd telegraphed Sheriff Farr to meet him at Wutsonburg. Krout was arrested and taken hack to the Springs. 11c protested that his name was Sam Junes, and that lie knew nothing about the express rob bery. When he was searched, $4,000 was found, most of It sewed 1» the inside of bis shirt. UNREQUITED AFFECTION. That Was tlie Danse of a Young Fnglisli luau's Suicide In rliilndelpliia. Philadelphia, Jnn. 8». —Stanley Goere, a young Englishman who arrived here on the steamer Waosland, attempted to com mit suicide at the Ilingham Housft aud was afterward committed as a demented patient to tho Philadelphia hospital. Gccre fired three shots, which went wide of the mark. Unrequited love for a Miss Gault of Chicago is given us the cause. The girl hud gone to England, of which country she is a native, to attend a surgical opera t Ion on her sister. Geero was there to col lect a legacy. On tlie return voyago they and two Englishmen — William Henry North and G. Haiipe—become acquainted. Gcerc fell ill love with Miss Gault, who, it is said, rejected his proposul of mar riage. Ho persisted In his attentions, however, and friendly relations wore main tained until they reached this city. The party dlued together at tho hotel where they wore registered. .Shortly after they parted Goere attempted his life. He is said to have been jealous of North. Miss Gault left for her Chicago home as Boob as tho excitement had subsided. She is said to be a handsome woman of the blond type. Slabbed In tlie Hack. PkINOETO.Y, N. J., Jan, 31*.—George Hull, colored, fatally stabbed Thomas Moore, also colored. Tlie troublo originat ed over a disagreemnet which occurred several months ago. Hull lias made re peated threats to lake Moore's life, sneaked Into Moore's home and stabbed him twice hi tho back. Hull escaped tu Kingston, but Was captured by John W. Thompson and brought hack to Princeton, where lynching was averted by prompt ac tion of the police authorities.' Moore le still living, but physicians have no hopes of his recovery. More Trouble London, Jan. 29.—Tho Times has re ceived a vaguely worded telegram, dated Jan. 37 and signed "British Residents ot Johannesburg," bitterly complaining ol the dictatorial and menacing attitude of the Hoor force'« around the town, who, tlie dispatch says, arc selecting a sito for u fort, with the aid of u German expert. The dispatch also asserts tlmt tho Johannes burg women are subjected to maddening indignities and predicts tlmt there will tie an uprising unless tho British "are releas ed from their serflike position." Receiver Appointed. MALONE, n. Y., Jan. 39.—The Evorton Lumber company of Evorton, on tho North ern Adirondack railroad, went Into the liatids of a receiver. Tho papers have boon filed In tbe county clerk's office here. Hon. William T. O'Neil of St. Regis Falls was appointed receiver with power to go on witli the business. Tlie company have largo mills at* Kverton, cutting about 10, 000,000 feet of lumber yearly, and have built up a village of considerable size In the immediate vicinity of their mills. Hound, Gaggl'd and Robbed. Canton, <)., Jan. 29.—Maggie Reese was found in her room, bound and gag ged, lying on the floor In her nightrobe. She had i»cn awakened during the night by some one In her room, and when she attempted to get up was overcome after s struggle. Her poekothonk was rifled and $50 taken. She attracted tho attention of tho people of the household by rapping on the floor with her feet, which were tied to gether. lie tlm Triiti«vaal. hir Julian's Successor Fleeted. Lommix, Jan. 29.—An election was held to fill tho vacancy In parliament for the South St. Pancres seat, caused by tho dcatli of Hir Julian GoUlsmld, Libera! Un ionist. Tho poll today resulted ns follows: Jessel, Conservative, 2,681; Hnrris, Lib eral, 1,375; Conservative majority, 1,256. In the late general election Hir Julian uoldsmid had been returned by a majority of 1,210. _ rostiaariers Appointed. Washington, Jan. 29.—The following fourth class postmasters were appointed: New York—Belmont Center, Alfonze Burk; Gravesend, F. A. Hhekey; Oakland, II. C. Farmun. Pennsylvania—Davidsvtlle, Henry Rish; Everson, N. H. King; Tiadnghton, II. P. Beckwith. Fifty-vix Wer« Killed. CAKDTFK, Wales, Jan. 29.—The explora tion of the coal mine near Tylorstown, which was wrecked Monday, has been completed, and it is found that the total number killed amounts to 56 Dorebasler Kusine»« Mau Falls. Cambsiduk. Md . Jan 80— Olli* W Bnbbaid, of East Nsw Marks', Dor chester county, yesterday tiled hi* peti tion In the Oireuit Court for the benefit of the Insolvent )«w. His llabllitlea are put at $7,000 Up to a short time ago lie was engaged in the oyster and fruit packiDg business A STITCH IN TIME?! IF your Kidueys are diseased, x- » sluggish nr weak; ty. IF your blood is fuil of Urie Ac iaand Rheumatism threaten*! Tflwfc IF the germs of Malaria are in your system; HH IF your blood is charged with Kg£ poisons and impurities; IF your Madder is weak, influm ■R or diseased, You need J^H ebb's B paragus .. < - ' V-, « ■t ; 1 •I ■ E-V For they heul, soothe and strengthen the Kidney«. w They prevent Brights Disease, a They cure Diabetes, Y They dissolve gravel, sand, and brick-dust deposits. À They iilter uric acid and malarial poisons out of the blood, They cure Cystitis, Gleet, Prostatitis and tlie like, W They make pure, rieh blood. i All druggists, 50 cents a box, or send 50 cents in stamps, or silver direct to the Hobb's Medicine Co., Chicago or San Francisco. jjX Htxjîc on Kid'icy Ilefllth nnd Blood Filtering rree. tv !ft - 'n & FATHER DE RUWR'S BUST DAY. He Graduated a Battalion of Colored Boas From St. Joseph'«, Then Started Them to Olaytoo. Rev. John A. DeRnyler, minister in chtrge of colored mission work for the diocese of Wilmiugton, marched down Kreuch street this morning at the bead of a battalion of uniformed and armed colored boys. Their galvanized gnus glistened in the sunlight aud th. boys made a good appearance In tbeli gray soldiez suits. "Fifteen of thfse have juit graduated from St. Joseph's,'' said Father DeRuy t*r to an Evening Journal reporter 'and I am going down to Clayton with them now. At tbe Cat belle manuel treiotn. institution there thay will be put > learning any trade of (heir cboice b'acksmlthlng. plumbing, carpentering shoemaking aud pother mechanical voce ti >rs *'vVe have forty boys now working s apprentices at tbe Clayton institntioi and the e are 200 Dkltg the preparatory cour»« at Ht Joseph's The boys were taken down on the 11 01 Delaware train. All the little fellow seemed delighted to go ont for a country life. This Morning's Fire Alarm, Au ala-m was sent in at 10 05 o'olock this morning from hox 51, at Thirteenth and Washington streets, caused by a slight fire In the residence of E. L. Rice, No 307 West Twelfth street, next to th* grocery of M E. Beatz The Friendship Water Witch, Pteeiix, Washington aud Delaware companies responded, but were uot needed as tbe bltzt was put out by the bucket brigade. The damage was trilling*. Toe fire was caused by a painter who was working In the third story settiDg fire to a window curtain with his gasoline burner. Another Claimant for tbe Millions, And still another clalmaut for a slice of tbe Magee mlllloDB haa put In au sppsar ance la tbe person of Mrs. William Hamilton nee Magee, who Is the sixth aiece and resides at No 1131 West Fourth street, this city. The other five nitres ar* Mrs Jane M Bradley and Mrs J. A B'tner of tbiq olty, Mrs Isaac Neale, living near this cjtv. Mrs William Magre of New York, and Mrs Samiis! Morrlioa of near Newark. Large Mortgage Foreclosed. Tbe Penn Trust, dafe Deposit and insurance Company, of Philadelphia, has foreclosed a $12 000 mortgage which it holds against the large carriage factory of Charles W, Horn on Fr Dch street near Front. Mr Horn will bave at least a month In which to negotiate a new mortgage, falllDg in which tbe property will be Bold. Wright'« Nnv Suit. Artem.s Smith ar.d Peter L Cooper. Jr , to dav renewed the $10 000 suit of Johu W Wright vs. the Witmlugtou Cltv Railway Cimpatiy. At the last term of court they were compelled to take a non tult, on iccount of the insufficiency of tbelr plei a. An £.'inb«'?.r.tf r i'l«*mlK Guilty. PltTWILLD, Mass., Jan. 29.—In the su isirlnr court Frederick .V. Hobbs retracted his former pica of not guilty to the indict ment for embezzlement from the Stock bridge Savings liunk and entered a plea of guilty. Judge Fessenden immediately sentenced him to servo a minimum sen-' tcuco of six or n maximum sentence of ten years. The embezzlement occurred several years ago, and Hobbs Is alleged to have feigned illness to evade trial of his case. He was brought into court In a hospital chair, hut tho physicians state tlmt his condition is not serious. ItUKhami NoteArmsed of Marder. Ithaca, X. 5'., Jan. 29.—Mrs. Corbin, colored, who was shot on New Year's tlay by her hushanil during a quarrel, died yesterday. A jury was impanelled last night by the coroner and after viewing the hotly adjourned until Friday. Corbin, who at the same time shot himself, has almost entirely recovered. Hohns thought «11 along that his wife would mover also, and the news of her death has been a shock to him. The charge against him now is murder. t> >I»J o a' eTsXp ' ©j R Y DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL PARLORS, 703 Market St,, Wilmington, Del. Extracting Without Paiu. RETRACTING. WITH VITALIZED AIR OR GAS WITH "TONALHIA," wide nwftke. TEETH FILLED WITH SILVER WITH AMALC4AM. GOLD FILLINGS... Set of Teeth Best Set, on Rubber, Gold land Aliuminum Plates. Gold Cape and Crown and Bridge Work. . eou «. c :v mo $1 op $5 $8 Dentistry in All Branches. PINKISH ADD SHALL CHAFGB CAN UM BAD AT THE COUNTING BOOST. Delaware City Henta.opli.. (Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Delaware Cut, Jan. 30— At the regnlar meeting of Delaware City Con clave, Improved Order H-ptasopbs, D 0. 3 A., D C. Montgomery, of Dover, Installed the following officers: Archon, C. W. Pancoast; provost, William J. Beck; secretary, John Keane; treasurer, 1. Thomas Piler; financier, William A. lester : warder, William J Boyer; ine-ector, J. «mo* Collins; seDtlual, 8 T Kidd; upreme secretary, 8 H Tatteretall and vlr Jacobson, of Baltimore, were present md after the Installation they made ddres es to the members and about •.hirty Invitrd friends, after which they tdjourned to the Robinson House and oent a pleasant honr at a banquet. Short addresses were made by several ne mbars prelate, 8. M. Hicken Wotth Triple the Mener. TVs have a few copies o a beautiful 'ork, handsomely bound, containing sev ral hundred pictures of high artistic isrit, which will be sold at $1 75 a copy, rhich is about- one fourth the publlca lon prion Also some copies of Rind and dcNallj'« Cyclopedia at $2 25 worth oar times the price aiked Can be teen it the Even mo Jouunal office e m UHvi'WKN M. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Saturday, February 1, WEBBER'S OLYMPIA COMPANY A TriumphA-1 Sensation in Vaudeville Theatricals. BIJOU THEATRE Three nights, January 30, 81, February 1. THE ORPHEAN STARS. High CIsfb Vaudeville Company. Next week. Blu e Byar d Burlesque Company. NEW WONDERLAND MDSEF, W. L. DOCKSTADER? Msnoeer Op«*n from 2 until 10.46 p. Home of Hl«rh (Ma**s Vaudeville m. dally. AdmlH'n, 10c BANKING AND FINANCIAL. SURETY ON BONDS. AMERICAN SURETY CO, OF NEW YORK. NO. 902 MARKET ST. This Company Does a Surety Business Only. CAPITAL. $3,000,000. WILMINGTON BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jas. P. Winchester, James H. Wilson, James Megary, SURPLUS, »1.250.000, Henry A. DuPont, Lewis C. Vandegdft, BughC. B.owne. The American Snrety Company fnrnlsnsa bonds for executors, administrai ore, truMeos, receivers, guar Ians assignees nnd for other fiduciaries, internal revenue ti-nds, replevlr bonds, etc., executed. Contract bonds tar nished. Corporate suretyship supersedes private bondsmen, becanae: 1st. It relieves those who are asked to be sureties from doing so to their own dlEcomfort and loss. 2d. It relieves those who are required give bonds from being under obligations any one. 3d. It Is never abandonded for the old method when once It has been tried. W. L. TRENKOLM, President. HENRY D. LYNAÇ. Vlce-Pr.eldent. WILLIAM E. KKYES. Swretary, HENRY C. W1LLCOX, Solicitor. Artisans' Savings Bans KO. SG2 HA3RÇT STBEET Wilmington, De 'sears. "Open dally (rom 9 o'clock a. m. nntll 4 p. n> Asset*, Deposits, •Surplus, I at* rest allowed ,a deposits ot monry ru, our ar morecalen - ,.i month* at the rat* o • per cent, per i> nui. Mansi manse «• 1 or Wages on res • M7O.038 77 ■708,17S 80 ■117.708 «k J. AUGUSTUS McO AULLEY, Preside»». T. ALLEN HILLES. Vice-President, E. T. TAYLOR, Kec'v aud Tréou. JOSEPH M.1MATHER, Auditor M*y l. im 4 HOLT'S QUICK LUNCH PARLORS. NOTED for French Drip Coffee and Bo-ton Baked Hesiis, Pies and bandwlch.s of all kinds, Hot Soaps. Everything home mode. 3 E. 4fh St, O. R. HOLT. Prop Belter look Over Your Wardrobe and see If there ar« not feme garments which. If properly Cleaned and Dyed, will be good <ui new. A. F. BORKET. 716 Market St. If aboy'a Suit is of good clotb, well trimmed and made it is worth as much again as a suit of the same cloth simply put together for sale. $2 25 for a Boy's Suit—tho $2.50 kind made by a 10 per cent, discount $2 25—is a little price for a good suit if it is rightly made But we have only the one kind on sale—the good kind. Shouldn't these Suits be worth looking up? 10 per cent, discount from prices of heavy-weight clothing applies to Boys' Clothing as well and makes prices very in terest og. Wo close at 6 p. m. except Saturday. S2.25 SUITS. JAMES T. HULUN S SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Market Sts., Wilmlngtot, ; DELAWARE STEAM MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, Corner Fifth and King streets, will be sold to close the estate of Thomas Davidson, de ceas'd. Lot 7« feet on Klug street, 1G9 feet on Fifth street; large brick building conveniently divided into a work room, store-room, ware room, offices and dwelling. Largest plant of the kind In the State of Delaware, and the only one using steam power Equipped with* the necessary appliances, tools and machinery for conducting the marble and granite busi ness, Including a steam sawf polishing ma chine and rubbing wheel. Fair supply of ma terial of various kinds on hand, aud a large line of finished goods in stock. Trade extends throughout the State of Delaware and Into Vtsrylaud, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. This la an exceUent opportunity to take up au established business at one of tbe best stands in the country. 8ECUHI > Y TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, Ex-.cuter. My entire interest in the above described real «*atate will be sold with th« interest of Thomae L'avidaon, defeated, in «aid prop-rty. WILLIAM DAVIDSON, Persons desiring to turebass tnsrble or f iranite goods of tbe best quality and at the owi st prices should call at i he work s o r writ i for ni SAFE ! fcECJKITY TRUST AxNU dkfüsit company, Fiecator. Hrtinultre JANDARY GLOYE AND DNDERWEAR SALE E carry nothing over. No matter what tte lots. We think It pays ns better In the end as well as It pays tbe bayer now. 5Ve aie particularly desirous of closing out all odd lots before February let. onr stock takiDg time. w •1 Men's Fnrnisliers, G03 Market St. We laundry Collars for 1 Cent. be to to FOR SALE. No. 825 Market street, 10 rooms. 915 West Seventh street, 9 rooms. 8ui West E ghih street, 9 rorm«. 1816 Wert Fouyth street, 7 room . 918 West Fall rtf', 8 rooms. 1212 West Eighth Btreet, 9 rooms. 2811 Tatnall street, 8 rooms. PI Hiuth Clavton street. 9 rooms.7 1118 West Eighth street, 11 rooms, 131« VauBuren street, 10 rooms. 302 Rodney street, 10 rooms. 23M Market street, 8 rooms 1316 West Sixth street, 8 rooms. 1916 Delaware avenne. a Any of these houses can be bought positivoly cheap. Very little money required. H. L. EVANS & CO Eighth and Market Sts. . SUTTON & CO •j I S38 Market Street. Mortgages and Loans Fegotlated. Rents and Incomes Collected Real Estate Bought and Sold. E HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD MORTGAGES IN 8UM3 OF $500 TO \Y ' $>0,000. H. L. EVANS & CO., EIGHTH AND MARKET STS.