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A Couple Married To-day at St. Peter's Pro-Cathedral, TEE LBAP-YEAB DANOE AT D0V£B Many Wllmlnttonlaoa Receive Quaintly Worded Invitatloaa to the Affair, Which Will Be Bold Tuender Night of Next Week-O'her Happening« of Social !«• tercit All commnnlcatlone Intended for Insertion In tide column should be addreaeed to Society Editor, care of the Kvenibo Jodknai,. Com munication« should Iks written ou one side of the paper only. The Dover Leap Year Dance, A number of Wllraingtonians received to day quaintly worded invitations to the leap-year dac.ce at Dover, which will taRe pl.oe Tuesday night, February 11, at Hotel Richardson, The Invitations read ; At Hotel Richardson, In Dover town, the ladies throw the leap-year gauntlet 1 down on February 11, Tuesday night, they claim their legendary leap-year i right to give creation's lords a point or t two what they the next eight years 5 would have them do. At half past eight fi p. m. dancing will begin, so bs on time if I many partners you would win I The patrons are : R L. Holliday. Judge I D. T Marvel, Chancellor J. R Niohol II non, H A Richardson, D. M. Wilson and I Beulah Watson. I ] The committee Is composed of Mrs T. I S Clark. Mrs R H. Holliday, Urs D T Marvel, Mrs J. H Heverln, Mrs. Daniel Mitflln, Mrs. J. R Nicholson, Mrs. H A Richardson and Mrs. J. H. Wil son. Will Be Married at Georgetown. W. Frank Sharp, salesman for J. T Mullln & Son, of this city, will be mar rled to Miss Mary Olivia Pepper, of Georgetown, on Wednesday afternoon I Th« ceremony will take place In tbe Methodist Episoopal Church there, and will be perforated by Rev W. W Sharp, of this city, assisted by Esv. Charles A. Grise, pister of the church. The bilde will be unattended except by the little flower girl, Miss Ella Lacoy, of Georgetown The ushers will bs Bay C Linville, of this city ; Dr. John H Ham mond, of Fsrnbucst; Charles King, of Laurel, and Albert F Polk, of George town. The church will be decorated and the yoang bride, who is a pretty little g demi -blonde and a general favorite In ft her native town, will wear a dark blue $ traveling costume. 2 Mr. and Mrs Shirp will live la this I city at No. 1217 Jefferson street. Early Spring Wedding. In a short time cards of invitation will be Issued to tbe marriage of Miss Lilian t Plummer and Clifford Izzard, both of this I city. The ceremony will take place In I Grace Church, on Monday. April 6. Rev, I Merritt Halbard, 8, T. D , pastor, will I officiate. I Married at 8t. Peter's To-day. Misa Katharine Glllom, of this city, was married to Michael Kelly, ot Newark, this afternoon The eerstaoay was per formed by Vicar General Lyons, at St, Peter's Pre-Cathedral. Mr. and Mrs Kelly went on the 4 47 train to Newark, where they will make their future home A Pretty Masquerade, Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Dslawaek City, Feb 3 —The home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Voshell pre sented a pretty and spirited masquerade scene on Friday evening. Although dark and threatening rain, the crowd of mirth makers assembled early and several hours were passed in trying to learn the Identity of the masqueraders Finally gay robes and masks were laid aside, and dancing and plays were joyed until a late honr. Several selections of vocal mnsie were rendered by Luncheon was served between the hours of 11 and 13, the menu balng an elaborate one. The table was decorated with excellent taste Those present were: Mr, and Mrs John W. Voshell, Miss Irllla Vo.-,hell, Clarence Voshell, Mies Edna M Cleaver, Mies Bertha Hall, Miss Emma Hal!. Miss Emma Cavender, A D Whit«, J W Jones, Charles C. Bigger and Frank Catts. of Mt Pleasant; Harry Smith aud Fred Clark, of Clayton ; Mias Ocra C B gger, *1 Mbs Anna A Pennington, Charles Mc Muan and J. Russell Pennington, of Delaware City ; Miss Agnes Vandegrlft, Gilbert. Abel and Louis Green and 8 K. Ltfltnd, of McDonoagh; Mis« Ella Rose, Miss M illie Tucker, Miss Bessie McCoy, Miss Ella Keen, Fred Armetrcng, John Keen, William McCoy, Eiwuod Cleaver, Richard Moors and Oirbst Via yard,of Odessa; Miss MaUle Heisler, Miss Jennie Poore aud Mils Nellie Grassland Clarence Craig. Everett Craig, H>-ard Crosslaud. Harry Bockeon, George Vail, Thomas Crosaland and Satunel Lister, of Rt. Georges, Miss Kttie Vansant and Itaac Green, ot Middletown. Mrs William A Jester is entertaining her brother Rev. A Beam, of Brooklyn, N. Y Mies Uollie Pordbam spent Sunday with Wilmington friend i. Miss Emma Clark spent Saturday In Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs E 0. E^ybold, of near town, have returned from a visit to Coatesvllle, Pa Miss Able Clark is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kendall Sadler, of Philadelphia Mrs. Mary P. Ash Is entertaining Robert McClellan, of Portland, Oregon, P. Messlg, who has been vloitlng in town tbe past two weeks, has returned to his home In Philadelphia. Miss Maggie 8 oat has returned from a visit to Philadelphia Miss Bessie N. Price, of Wilmington, spent Sunday with her patents, Mr. and Mr». William A. Price. Miss Mattie McMuna is visiting rela tlves in Baltimore, Md. Miss Clara C Vail, of Dutch Neck, has returned from a visit to Chesapeake City friends. Green brothers. the ' Social aud Personal Motes Rev. 0. A. Grise, of Georgetown, was a visitor in the city to day. Mies Florence Mllbonrne returned this morning from a week's visit In George town. W. 0 Morris of Charlestown, W. V«., is registered at tbe Clayton House, WilDam Denney, of Dover, Is iu this city to day. Miss Marion MoKIm returned home to Milford Saturday evening. Albert F. Polk, of Georgetown, was In the city to-day. John Hllyard has been vialting bis brother. W. B, Hilyard, at Georgetown. Hairy Johnson la visiting friands in Georgetown. Senator Gray o»mo hone yesterday afterno n and returned to Washington Ë I ànr ■ i ÎT Floats An experienced laundress will tell you that shirts never look as white as when washed with Ivory Soap. The Pnocrtn A Gambie Co., Ciicti. today. He thinks that tho DuPont matter will come up In tho Senate one day next week. MINISTERIAL CRISIS. The Aflhiv» In Emperor William's Court In a Critical Condition. Bkhlin. Fob. 3.—It Is said that Dr. von Bocttiohor, secretary of state for tho In terior, is determined to resign Immedi ately. As confirming tho intrigua against Chancellor von Hohonloho tho following semiofficial statement has been given out: "Tho emperor's speech of Jan. 18 has been used by the Agrarians, bimetallists and Blsmarcklans as tho starting point for an intrigue to compass Chancellor von Ho hculohe's fall. Tho names of General von Wnldcrseo and Von Wartonslebon are ad vanced ns possible successors because It Is fonrod that the premature disclosures of tho real candidate's name would jeopar dize tho success of tho scheme. There is not the «lightest Indication that Chancel lor von Hohenlohe's position is shaken, but these holies are based on the emperor's doslro for a larger navy, »vhlch tho chan cellor disfavors." It Is said that tho name of tho secret candidate above referred to is belle veil to be Count Herbert von Bismarck, but It may bo that Ilfs name is advanced only as a means to defeat tho Intrigue by connect ing with It the name of a person distaste ful to tho emperor. Despite tho assertion that Chancellor von Hohunloho's position is unshaken, tho admission that ho opposes tho emperor ou naval affairs looks threatening for his po sition. HER HEART SHIFTS. » 1 1»» Ilcnedlct Ilemoln« lu n Trance For Five Weeks. Marengo, N. Y., Fob. 3.—Physicians have been giving much attention to a strange affliction of Miss Ilnttio Benedict, the 19-ycor-old daughter of a fanner. Miss Benedict four mouths ago fell asleep, or rather lapsed into a cataleptic trance, and illd not a»vako for five »vccks except at lon£ intervals, when she »vas consolons for only n few minutes at a time. Once when sho awoke her mother hurried to get her some food, but before sho could pre pare It tho girl sank back into a trance. At the ond of flvo »vocks sho a»voko with an acute pain at the base of tho brain, but her faculties wore in no way impaired, and her general health appeared good. Flvo weeks ago sho fell Into another trance, which still continues. Her vital functions appear to bo reduced to tho low est polut. digestion being ut a standstill. Her muscles are rigid, but her heart beats, and her breath Is regular. During the present trance her heart has shifted three times by in usculur con tract lou to tho right side, but this docs not appear to have affected its functions. It is thought that is hazily conscious of her surroundings during these trances because when she awoke from tho former aho had some vague recollections of »That had happened by her bedside. It is believed by her phy sician that these attacks are duo to scar latinal poisoning In Infancy. ,-h 1 llallroail Mechanics Strike. Lebanon, Ind., Eeb. 3.—The entire force« of tho Chicago and Southeastern railroad shops struck for back pay they declare to bo duo them. Tho shops lust night were found on fire and saved with great difficulty, a number of freight ca booses and tho freight nnd passenger sta tions being destroyed. The strikers deny any hand in tho conflagration, and in mass moot big passed resolutions condom n ing mob violence. It Is rumored that the trainmen will join tho strikers unless a settlement Is reached within the next 34 hours. __ Canadians Said to Be Stealing Timber. BUTTE, Mon., Feb. 8.—Complaint comes from settlors in Teton und Cboteau coun ties alleging thut tho forests on tho Amor loon side of the boundary have boon al most denuded of timber by Canadians, und that millions of dollars' worth ol lumber has bocn taken during tho past few years. Tho Inspector has referred tht matter to the secretary of the Interior. The Dinner Postponed. Albany, Feb. 8.—Governor Morton re colvctl information of tho death of bis busi ness partner, Mr. George Bliss. In con sequence ot this sad event the governoi has postponed tho dinner which »vas t< have taken place on Tuesday evening til the executive mansion, and notice to thni effect has been sent to tho Invited guests. The Manul* Bank Affairs. Rome, N. Y,, Fob 3.—Notwithstanding minors to tho contrary, a clerk In tht Stanwlx Is the authority for saying thnl up to the present it had not been fount that Cashier Barnard, who committed sul clde a few days ago, is a defaulter. Bank Examiner Van Vran ken will neither nllim nor deny tho defalcation. A Strike In Mexico. Eagle Pass, Tex., Fob. 8.—Throe hun dred and fifty boilermakers nnd machinist» of tho Mexican International Halhvaj company ure out on u strike. They do mand 35 per cçut Increase In wages am) reinstatement of several men, which hu» not lioen granted, but negotiations are progress. _ Death of Cunimander Carmotly. Washington, Fob. 3.—Lieutenant Com mander Hobart E. Carmody of the navj died suddenly at his home in Georgetown Ho was appointed to tho nnvy from No»» York on .Sept. 2it, 1850, und received th< rank ot llnutcnant commander on Feb. 28, 1800. He was retired on June 0, 18Ö5. O W. O. Hardman,sheriff of Tyler Co W Va , appreciates a good thing and does ■ot hesitate to say eo. Be was almost prostrated with a cold when be procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He says: 'It gave me prompt relief find it to bs an invaluable remedy for coughs and colds " For sale by Z James Belt, drngglst. Sixth aud Market streets. Worth T>lt»le the noser. We have a few copies o' a beautiful work, handsomely bound, containing sev oral hundred pictures of high artistic merit, which will be sold at $1 75 a copy, which is about one-fourth the Dublica tum price Also some copies of Rand aud McNally's Cyclopedia at |2 35, worth four timss the price asked. Can be suou at the EVEhihO JochnaL office. PHILADELPHIA'S BLAZE Nearly $2,000,000 of Property Destroyed by Fire. NAEEOW ESCAPE OP HOTEL GUESTS Many DlntlnRnUhcd Pernon* Make r Hanty Kxit From the Lafayette Iloimc— llw/.rl tine and the American ItaptlNt Publica tion Society nulldlngH In Ruin*. Philadelphia, Fob. 3.—Chestnut street above Broad »vas visited by one of tho fiercest fires this city has known for year«. Tho big seven story building of Charles U. Hoscltlne, 141(1 and 1418 Chestnut street, aud tho adjoining flvo story structure of tho American Baptist Publication society and the American Baptist Historical so ciety, 1420, »vere totally destroyed. Tho buildings damaged by fire and »vater aud falling walls were thn four story dry goods bouse of Homer, Lcbontllllor & Co., 1413 and 1414; tho d»»'olUng house at 1423, owned by tho Wlstar estate, and tho Hotel Lafayette, ot Broad and Ransom streets. On either side of tho main entrance to tho HoezUinu building wore the piano wnrerooms of Hallott & Davis, at 1410, and of Steinwny & Co., at 1418. Tho t»vo Baptist societies lost largo and valuable collections of paintings, books and curios. An estimate of tho losses places the ag gregate at close to $3,000,000. It Is thought that this Is almost fully covered by Insur ance. There were «bout 250 guests In the La fayette hotel, which is In tho rear of tho destroyed buildings. Among these were Porter King, mayor of Atlanta and the others of his party who escorted tho Lib erty boll homo. They are Albert Howell, T. U. Neal, W. H. Block, John F. Ryan, W. Ij. Culberson, Vf. A. Hemphill, A. I). Adair, W. R. Dumnock, M. L. Taburt, J. Daniel and P. H. Harm Ison. Olga Nrthcraolc One of the Ouest». Olga Notborsolo, tho actress, aud Louis F. Nothersolo and Madge Meadows and Maud Clayton of her company were also guests of tho Lafayette. While there was considerable confusion in tho hotel most of tho guests, burring n few fainting wom en, kept cool heads, and all were removed In safety. The Atlanta party was carried In a patrol wagon to tho Continental hotel, flvo blocks away, and the Nothersolo party to tho Metropole, opposite the Lufnyotto. Every other hostelry in tho city was thrown open for the reception of the disturbed guests. Only the eighth and ninth floors of the hotel wore burned, although tho back part of tho building from cellar to roof was badly damaged by smoko and water. It had only recently boon opened by a no»v management after thorough ren ovation. While patrolling their boats, at Broad and Chestnut streets, Policemen Rico and Howard detected tho smell of smoke. They straightaway ran to tho Lafayette ho tel and went from floor to floor, looking for fire. When they reached tho sixth, n fierce blaze met their sight. It was In tho roar of tho Ilasoltlno build ing, which reached dangerously near to tho back of tho hotel building. An alarm was struck immediately, but before tho first engines conld reach tho scene a strong west »vlnd had carried tho flames through out tho entire building. Art Gallery on Fire. Hoso was turned on tho Chestnut street front, but tho light »vood and paper which stocked tho second, third and fourth floors wore easy food for tho flames. Tho upper part of the building »vos known ns tho Hascltino art galleries. Many loading art ists had studios there, and tho art collec tions stored under tho roof aggregated In value thousands of dollars. The »»'alls soon began to collapse, and tho flames spread on the cast to Homer, Lohoutillior & Co. and on the west to tho Baptist Pub lication society. A general alarm was turned In, and the firemen directed most of their energies to preventing tho destruction of tho entire block, which »vas for a time threatened. Tho upper portion of the Lafayette hotel was ignited by flying sparks from tho burning buildings on Chestnut street, hut tho blaze was confined to tho eighth and ninth floors. Mayor King of Atlanta, roused from his bed by tho lire, refused to leave tho threatened hotel until he so»v that every member of his party had escaped safely. Olga Ncthorsole »vas one of the calmest persons In the Imilding. Sho saw most of her effects safely removed before sho loft the hotel, with her little collie dog tucked under her arms. Many of tho other guests rushed from their rooms In their night clothes and would have continued Into tho street had assurances not boon given that tho lower portion of tho building was In no Immediate danger. The Principal Lo»ae». The Hascltino building was valued at #800,000 ond was fully insured. It was erected In 1888, and tho first t»vo floors wore fireproof. Tho loss on paintings on tho second floor Is l>ot»vcon $300,000 and $400,000; uninsured. Among those* de stroyed »vere two by G. H. Selous, valued ut $30,000 oath; one by Roberts Floury, valued ut $10,000. There were Ott offices In the building, occupied mainly by art ists, lawyers and dentists. Drs. Edwards and Curry, dentists, on thu third floor, lust a collection of South American curios valued at $10,000; partly insured. Other tenants lost sums ranging from $50 to $ 1 , 000 . The valuable stock of pianos In tho stores on tho first floor was destroyed. But tho amount of this loss has not yet been estimated. The Baptist Publication building und stock were valued at $400,000; Insured. The Baptist Historical society lost 10,000 volumes, valued at $200,000, which were Insured for $35,000. Dr. Way land, tho eminent divine, also lost a valuable private library, on »»'hieb there was no Insurance, and Dr T C. Stelmoycr lost $4,000. Tho ioss on tho Lafayette hotel Is esti mated ot $100,000. Homer, Lcboutllller & Co.'s loss is $75,000. Tho tenants of tho Publication society's building Ipsa about $35,000. Eight or nine firemen were Injure»! by falling bricks, but none of them were dan gerously hurt. Frank Hines of Pittsburg, a guest at the Lafayette hots:!. In descend ing tho stairs, tripped and fell and broke bis arm aud several ribs. These were tba only casualties. The origin of the fire has not yet been Warned. T THE BRUTAL SPANIARDS Noncombatants Killed In Cold Blood In Sabanilla. DEFENSELESS WOMEN SHOT DOWN. Freeh Victim» of Spain's Cruel ami Atro cious Warfare — Twenty-four Pereone Kllletl Without Iteaeon—The Insurgent Soldier» Warmly Welcomed In Mntmnllla. Nkw York, Jim. 3.—The Sun's corn' spiiiulent «cuds thu folloavlng from Cubit via 'lanipn Hay; The truc «tory of avlmt occurred avhcli the insurgent« entered Sabanilla has never been told in print. The authorities prevented tho Havana papers from publishing anything but a garbled account oh tho affair, and oven that wu* not allowed to bo cabled to tho Unltod Statoa. Tho otficlnl account, which I was per milled to transmit, f »Id that tho Insur gents ontored Sabanilla on the 3dd, burn ed tho railroad station and two or three houses and looted several stores. The garrison of 50 men made a strong defenso and drove away tho Insurgents, killing 17. The Spanish losses were given as three volunteers killed and ten civil guards wounded. Tho true story Is as fol lows: Sabanilla, an Important railroad town in Matauzas province, was entered by aliout 40 Insurgents, under Eduardo Gar cia, nt8:30a. m. on Jnn. 33. Thu main body of Insurgents, numbering over 1,000, camped on the outskirts of the town. Gareia, the leader, belongs to one of the best families of Matnnzus, and many of his followers had friends and relatives In Sabanilla. Fifty regulars under Captain Juan Galan and ton gtiardiu civiles shut themselves up In tho barracks, and after being warned by Garcia's men they re frained from firing upon the Invaders. A number of Spanish volunteers fired upon the rebels from the church, which had been transformed Into a fort. The rebels returned tho fire, killing throe volunteers and wounding two civil guards. One insurgent »vas wounded by a shot from tho church tower. He was taken out of town on horseback and Is said to be mortally hurt. Shout, of '•VI»-» Cuba Llhrcl" Tho townspeople received the Insurgents »vlth cheers, shouts of "Viva Cuba libre!" were heard on all sides, and tho Invaders were surrounded by men, and women ns well, who wished them success and told of their woes under Spanish rule. Tho poor people of tho town told Garcia that they were without food and had eaten nothing but cane from nearby plantations for days, as there was no work and no money. Tho rebel leader then ordered tho store keepers to open their doors and told the people to help themselves. Une shopkeeper who resisted was shot. About 20 stores v»'erc looted of provi sions, shoes and clothing. Tho railroad station was burned. Then the invaders left town. As soon ns they had gone the Spanish volunteers issued from tho church -and fired Into tho defenseless crowd of people In the streets. killing 34, Including several women and children. It is asserted that these pooplo were among those who looted tho stores, but even the Spanish papers say some were In nocent of tho crime of taking food to pre vent starvation. Not satisfied »vlth shouting these jieople In the streets, tho .Spanish volunteers took ten Cubans who had been »vlth the Insur gents fur a time, but had presented them selves to the alcalde a day or two before the fight and had been sot at liberty under the proclamation of amnesty to all rebels who surrendered their arms. These ten men were shot In cold blood by tho volunteers in revenge for the losses sustained in tho light around tho church. These are facts. Imprisoned Without Trial. Fifteen hundred refugees from Sabanll la reached Matanzae on Monday. They »vere men, women and children, and most of them said they fled for font* of further outrages by .Spanish volunteers. Others said they expected tho town would bo burned by the insurgents. There mv dully reports of urrosts of suspects In all tho provinces. They are thrown into prisons without a trial and in ninny case« without any evidence of having uldcd tho Cuban cause In any way. Their gravest crime may lx- that they sympathize with the patriotic rebels in the field. Many of them bold American citizenship papers and sjioak good English. Tbe American consul interposes In all these cases and prevents n court martial, ns the people are not taken in arms. Tho government, after much delay. In forms the consul that civil trial bus been granted, but the time drags along, ami the people remain in jail. For the first three days they are " incom municado"—that is, no one, not oven their counsel, If they have one, Is |>ermit tod to see them. During that Interval, the government having arrested tho "sus pects" without 'evidence, endeavors by curious and devious methods to build up a case or induce the prisoner to Incrimi nate himself. Rodriguez, who was taken off tho Amer ican steamer Olivette ton days ngo, Is still In jail. Copero, tho American, who was an insurgent lender and »vho was arrested on a south coast passenger steamer and »vho assorts that lie was ou his way to Havana to surrender and claim amnesty, is still In More castle. Honore Laine, a Frenchman, who claimed to have boon kept a prisoner by Gomez tor several weeks, but who is said to have remained with the insurgents ot his own accord and came to Havana, whore he was arrested on a charge of car rying messages, Is in the More castle, am) the French consul has asked fur a civil trinl. Sanguilly, whoso tinse is the only one In which a trial has been held, was convicted without legal evidence and doomed to life Imprisonment. Fell Into n Boiling Vat. Washington, Feb 3,—John H. Hunt, a lalsirer, 28 years old. fell Into a tut of boiling cattle food at the Hydraulic Brick company's plant, between Washington and Alexandria, and »»'as so badly injured that he ca nnot recover. Grand Daches« of Oldenburg Dead. Bkiilin, Feb. 3.—The Grand Duchess ol Oldenburg Is dead. Phc »vas born In 18*8, nnd ns Elizabeth, princess of Saxe-Alten burg, she was married in 1858 to the Grand Duke of Oldenburg. Cninpo, Kraches Spnls. MADUII), Feb. 3.—Martinez Campos, the retiring captain general ol Cuba lias arrived nt Conran«, »»-here be was accord ed u favorable reception. Fleets a Secretary end Treasurer. Tbe Hartman and F.hrenbach Brew ing Company baa elected George Fehreu bach, eldest son of tbe late John Fehreu bach,founder of the company its secretary and treasurer. AMUSEMEN rr. "Olimpia" >t the Grand Optra Hont«. Wsber's Oiympl» d'd not draw largely the Qrand Optra Honan on Saturday «veiling, bat Ultra wrre sonin clever ftatnrta In thn performance, etpeslally lu the vaudeville wrre made by Dot Davenport, who tang quite effeollvcly; Harry La CMr and Edward Leslie, protean oud, burutqut artists; Harry Haiti igs, tba actor vo calist, and Mile Rlatti. the electric fire dancer Tb« bit* of th« evening New» Dota l ium Doiclieater, Camuhiuqk, Md. Feb a —Two colored persons we-e baptised In the CUoptsnk river at Cambridge yesterday afternoon. has been at Irait fifteen years «inc» the last Imm-rs'cn In hlie river bere, and the yesterday was witnessed by about le > thcuiand persons The baptism tuck place In water absnt three f»et deep Bon. W. H Craft bas sold his farm at Vienna, Doro' eater oouut}, to Willis n Layton for |5 000 Rome of the farmers In this county have planted peas and other early vegetables. Mrs, Emily Theme, who resides at Tolido, Washington, says she has never been able to prronre any medicine for rheumatism that relieves the pain so quickly and tfl> dually as Chamberlain's Fain Balm and that she has also u ed it for lame back with great success, For He by Z James Bait, druggist, comer Sir b aud Market streets jJL 35 cigars in box st 85c. Han Aubsn 5o band made Darstein's, 5 K««t Second SI ITEMS OF INTEREST. 'Helen." «»Id Mr. Winkln«, "«hat'« Hie dlffererce between a woman and an um brella?" "The difference," «h» un wered serenely, "I« th*t a man Isn'tafrald to lake an umbrella with him wherever be go«», and that he doesn't try to coiOesl the fact that It's above 1dm when a r««i emergencj arrives. That'« th» p tnclpal difference, Henry."— Washington Star. • Avoid pneumonia, dyphtherla aud tyyhold fever, by keeping the blood pure, tbe appetite good and the bodily heall-.i vlgoruae by the n«e of Ho'd'« Sarsaparilla. Hoad's Pill« have won high praise far their prompt and efficient yet easy action. Mr. Hmmnond—"Mrs Ha*horoft has brag g d »g*lu to-day about kerping lier boarder» .O long." Mra. rorawtwk -"(She doesn't really keep them long. She keep« them so thin that they look longer than they actually are."— Indlanspo Is J nrnal. MAKBIKU MOODY—BRADY.—At Union M. E pat soimge. M3 Jefferson street, on Tat-rday aller noon January 3«, l«us, by Hev. John IJ. 0 Hanna. Lewis C. Moody «nd Miss Bailie 3r«dv, both of Wilmington. OKR Me REA.-At Ml. Pleasmt M E. parsonage. Bellevue, Del.. Tneslay evening Rev. O. H. William». r»ruh K. Me Urea, boili January BL ISIkl. by lueeph C. Orr and Miss of Bellevue, Dal. OlltO. ADAllt.-On January 2», Ifwl, Marry P. daughter of Ernest and Harrtet U. Adair ed 10 months. OK EVANS.—On January !*', IHfltl, Mrs Mary P. Evans, wife of George W Kvaunand daughter of I be tale John R. and 1'lioebo K. Holt, aged 33 years. HAGAN.—On January 20. ISM, Kllzab th Ilagan, In the <)J year of her age. Mc^RIDK,-On January 20, 18WI. Patrick McBride. McOOLLOUOH.-At b't residence near Glasgow, Del , an January 30. 180:1, Margaret C. McUolloagh, aged H8 years, M'CONNELU-On February 2, DOT, Mrs. Bannab McConnell, In her IStih year. PAPPA.—Suddenly, onlSMurdav, February I, John, sou of Chart»» J and Margaret Pa pa, aged 11 years and 8 months. Relatives at d friends ot the (aadly are In vl'ed to attend the funeral from the real deuce of lila parents. No 3111 Revemh arouno, on Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. QUILL.—Iu this city on Tuesday. January 28, Juremlah, Infant sun uf Daunt» and Alar Billet Quill, «K«d T month«. WELLS.—On February 2,18M, William 1' Wells, FERAIS GILES,: UNDERTAKER. 1017 MARKET STREET. 1314 West Truth Street, C. MICBOL8, itBOEHLEB. BUEhLER £ NICHOLS, Dndertakers and Embalmers. 513 «nil'LKV HT. T*l«phon«. TBO. KKUlNTMt'N OKUFK J^kbiHTaK'S ORDER. REGISTER'S OFFICE, New Oaallu County. Dei., lire.ISH5. I Upon the sppHoM'on of Senility Trn-I anil 8 »f« Deposit Compsny. Ailinlnl Iritlor uf Lyilln W. Smytli. leie of WllmlnuUoi lan - drail, in ««hi county.ilrcennert. it 1» onloreU «ml directed by the Register th«i the Ail» Inlstr» tor afortwaiil glv« net Ice of Rrunllug ot Let ter« of Administration upon Ui« errat« of the deceased, »vlth thn lUto of grant IbR thereof, hy lauslng sdvertlretootrte to I» posted within forty d»ys from the dale otmt letter» in »is of I lie im.-l paid i p:«ce» of the county uf New Castle, requiring al! persons having demands against the relate to present the same, or abide by an Act of As sembly In such case made and provided: and also cause the sauie to lie Inserted within the same period in the Evkmko Joituna i,a news K lier published in Wilmington, Del., and to continued therein three weeks, (n. o. d.i Given under I lie hand and seal of office of the Register aforo TlmlngtO" in New (Vs ha!»! Ht >V tie count y aft*» the day hikI above written. J. WILKINS COUCH. Rexlftfe:. NOTICE. Notice 1« hereby given I hat letters of Ad min I «dre (Ion were In due form of law unto the onderBigneo. on the Twenty third day of th cember. A. i). iHÎ'û.aud that ail |mr eons having claims aualoRt the e«t H te of tie deceased muet iireacnt the same, duly at tee tad, to the said Administrator o « or before the Twenty-third da\ of December, or abide the Act of Assembly in each raae made aud provided* 8ECUR1TY TIUJ8T A NI» HAFK IJ&PU811 COMPANY, Admin Llraloi . Wilmington. Pel Add re OKUldTJLU'd ORURIU RRtf WTKWS OFFIt'K NtiW Caoile (Hiuiity, I »el , Jhu, '•». PÖ»*. » pun the HPpliraflun of 0*Cooo»lt. executrix of Paiitck 0*Cui»u*ll c la o ot Now Ua lle htiu'*»»d, in aid j. tin -ed. It la order* a ard dityçted Id|Î1m I loci t»r Um« the Kxcculn x afo**« bald gl .e iiiili» « of i: »nnlim: of Letters lV«t aine »il*» y upon the ear ale of • he deceatted, with (he dale of grautiiitf ihorcoi. by cauHiiip au vert *j**ioe n( « lo \m poMitMl wUhtu fifty *JajH lion» (lui dnto ul mu h L**lU*rn In mIx ot (he most publh' platen of !huixmui> of New Cabtlo, requniitf all persona having demands against th© to n-©a»»ni, th*« Ham©, or abide by »n a»*t of Assembly In euch eau* made and provided; and alun cans© the $*• me »o N» 1nst*rt»Ml «tt hin the Mm** perlotl Hi * Vkhinu ■Idi , hn a i-, a newspaper pnh ■ r 11..« i-l, cl lu \'i i ! i i i * r t* 11 • 11 , Del., ami t » l*»* in ue»l ilierin Ihr***» weeki, (h. o. «I.f (àiv©n tli© haml and wni of ntüro of lhu Riflhlrr aforoaaitl nt Wllmloctor». in New Oantle connty nlorenaUl, (ho clay ami year ahove wrltian. J. WILKINS COOOII. Rtffiater. î NÖTIGE. Notice 1« hereby given that Lotters ToMa mentary were In duo form of law granted unto the undersigned, on the ninth clay of .lanuary. A. !>., J«Hi, end that all per.-ona having cdaluiH mkhIlhI Um» ©»late of the do •usi lu'tvseut i h** same, duly attested, Ihi* ninth « 4*H' 4IÜ to the »'aid Kxecutiix, ne y 4»f Jamiary. I s "'.. c»r '«hide by Uiu Act of Assembly in bm h ca*.« n»a4ie and pro vided. ANNIL O CUNNÄLL, Executrix. Addms, 1005 Chtotnut fet, W Um ln« ton, Del. or Inf, 'Lf| % i •ill w n V 3 mu m . x '*» Cures Dyspepsia and Indigestion VA cr ✓ \ JMK ; & y i ? I i V EN home paper that meets every woman's every want. Well edited, bright, fresh, up to date. Full of useful hints for the home maker, for the for the business woman. —a woman with a fad, Among its list of ccleh-atcd contributors appear the following names: _ Harriot PpfMOtt Hpottortf, Ruth AadKi (ifirtrnit« Giirl«i)mi Foidlrlr, Quo» King' .li nr |il»H Robert C. V. Meyer». r Stuarl, Olrltltsrh Peaty. Sont 3 Months on Trial for IO Cents. Hold oa all nows **aTi4s;'5 cant* a ropy. HOME QI EE\, 'iin.iDi I nil a 310-1*43*3 Frankfort! Aveuunr,. O -vv X Furniture For prcsenL needs or the future you should see what wo arc ofTcribetween the seasons in turc. have been reduced so low. • U1 m No better lime to buy than now, while prices Ha.ll Racks now cn 'route To make room for (arge purchases we have reduced Hall Racks as follows oo, were $15 00 $14 00, were $25.00 $16.00, were $27.00 $25.00, were $33.00 $27.00, were $34.00 $28,00. were $40,00 $33 00, were $48.00 $45 00. were $52.00 $55.00, were $68 00 $ O Throughout (he whole store will be found goods equally as cheap. ■f Streets. Sixth and tatnall Closed evenings except S lurday. 0 WALTER H. PODEST A ol Walter H. Podssta ACv.■ Oplo sl 8p»ct«IUis. l-ini.i T l.ttlawilh £ OUEZ'V CO. ▼ Î \ EYE SPECIALIST V\ Is in Wilmington, EVERY FRIDAY,^ .11 ln Ihr- OIL. »-.non MARKET ST. leugne "Pird J < 1 1 nu »pprrcl^iagthrki..dl> P«';"»'«» he« * («Sk Va 6 • iiibicd with Heeda Ii.i wived 1 llutlv in -in the Ubt ite» all tho» SC* »P V : t;» $ ^ ) , ' CH£3S£ for tv.tmit>!*^| your *t • S iliMactiwiInvariably guaranteed! QÄ «■ -9 W'-W ♦ iß ié FREE Ut id h a.' y jLi REMEMBER, EVERY WOMAN ST.\ ■ arij S Ûomettic: or©i«a rrilabl*. omntbif, ffic'ttPre * >T ' T tho i arest drugs should bo use*, if you vaultha he ä »•i Or« Peal's PgrP ills 4 -■ **er Una ;C(i, q T»- o » ais yrcic-p», »■(• so*1 rertalo In rssslt. Th -1 -r-iir» f Or Foci': n»iak G»«t snyeb»).-, $1 OP. ASJiw Peat -V ttimt Co„ l les For sale by J L. Trutx, G rad »me In Pharmacy, Third and Fop'ar ilta* 1 In of th*« the Hi DR.G.F.THEEL liemeved •« R I North Sixth St., Philadcluhla . O.i UUnl »I»vi«l7*l, 604 ''Oiwnin I rr* a 4 «rt. 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