Newspaper Page Text
A MATRIMONIAL TRIO.
Bride Arrived on Time and Met Her Betrothed. OTHER lYEHTB ABOUT TES TOWN Streut Stuiio Now Heine Placed on l)et> aware Street— Auother Veeeel Mud Above Ktetly lalaxid -Socle »I Event of Importeure at the Kirnt Hepiltt Otoarch. Special Correspondence K vent nor Jonrnal. Naw Castlr, Kell, 28—A wadding party from the vicinity of Keaford at tracted much attention bare last even ing. Two young fellows, apparently Busses count lens, went up to Wilming ton on a morulng tralii and there, It. is be lieved.obtained a marriage llceuse.tbe best, man bending for the groom. Arriving in this city in the afternoon, the two men waited until t he arrive) of the t'. 44 train from down Delaware. On it w«« a demure maiden of probably 18 Stimmers. Sb« was warmly greeted and then the three drove, ill a cab, to a clergyman s house, where two of them were made one. Tbe cab then proceeded to Wilmington, after tbe brldgroom had cautioned all parlies interested to keep silent. Mr. Whlt^lock Dl<d lu Camden. John Whitelook, 17 years old, until rrceutly a well-kuowu resident of New Castle, who died at the home of his sou in law, John M item on, No. 13641 Bomb Twenty-seventh street, Camden, N. J., was burled to-day in Wilmington. The fanerai party came down on tbe 10 20 u. in., train from Broad street station and interment was made at Klverview. A number of New Caatle people attended tie funeral. llnui cm Bon- tbe Fuel l'iajer» Stand. Logan's two areb- enemies in the pool 50-point gamve were 8mitb and Mitchell, and these finished neck and neck in second place, tournament ended last night with these results: tournament of Tbe Won. LoeL PerCt. William Logan. . .«umael Mitchell, Jan» » Mm 11 In. «a llllam O.Klrk.. John Sswlove.... Henry* 11 Case.. «J. Harry Klrg... Jam.« Wlilie. I King did not appear las 1 , night and the refer«-» decided thaï lie must forlelt 1.1« two scheduled Kamos with rmllli and New love. ...i Ml ■ i . IV i a 4 VS ■ ' t r, : > Musical Program at the liant 1st Church. At the First Baptist Church noels! to be held la the church auditorium to morrow evening, the fallowing excellent program will be rendered: I 'haras "We Hock Away on the Blllo'v-. Gay" Noprauo solo "The Lost Chord" Mrs. E. 1*. Wise Ko llation .Mr,- W. a. Walling Tenor tolo "Answer" .Wallace Cau»ln« Trombone solo "Ont on the Deep" . Edward Naylor Mateqnartet.Wilmington ta ent ..Ml»s Kale Megnire ..Mrs. t>. A. Valletta .Charte. T. kdwards .Mr«. Walling .John Ed w aul« mhUii O ntralto Uoruet pol tolo.. H «citation. Holo anti r borna Male <|U*rt«t Chômé •• Ai ou art the Year H is G lor lea fefhlne" . _ The brig Manse n, from Swan Island, arrived here last evening In tow of the tug Startle. She has experienced some violent storm as her foietopmaet is wrecked. .Choir Graphkplmne concert to-night, M. E. lecture room. Audience will Slug in the luaivuu.eni and local talent will perform. The street stone is being placed or n.|*ware street between Fourth and Fifth. • Coffee at !J3 rente, extra good ior the mener. Graven'». Elaborate preparations sre being mate for the Methadlst Sunday School's missionary anniversary which will be held in the church auditorium on Sunday evening. Corn h cents can. beet Maine corn te'cenle can, « ra veil'«. We grind feed on French bohr stone mill. J. T. 8 loops, Tbe steamship Bernard, from Port An toclo for Philadelphia, ran aground yes- terday in the Daiawsrti Hiver below R'*dy Island. Tags nusureessfally endeavored tofivst her. It is llkety ehe will come off to day. - pound package Rnll«l 0,1» 7c, Gravel!'«. HOMES FOR VISITING PREACHERS Other Bits of New« About The Stale Capital. Special Cor.espomlonoc Evening Journal. Dovsn, Feo 28 —Rev. Murray, pastor of Wesley M. £. Church, announce« that be has now secured home» for all who will attend the WUmiugtou Conference of the M. E Chnrcb. which Is to convene here on March 17. Tbe ex amination of applicants]for ministerial honors will take place prev oue to the conference and the date aud other infor mation relative thereto wUl be announced n a few days. The entertainment given last, night in tbe Opera House for the benefit of the M, P, Church attracted a large audience aud the performance of "The Woven Web" was well received. The Harris will case was continued to day before Register Coopet, aud as here totore a large crowd of spectators were present In the Court House. 8tlue & Co. have resumed business tu their new buildings, erected on the site of the recent fire. Tramps are numerous In this locality and the farmers are driving them south ward It is stated that every negro In Kent county is qualified to vote, the money for taxes having been furnished. Diphtheria Close# G«or*«town Schools. Special to the Kvoulng Journal. Gkohqktown, Feb. 28.—The public ^ - schools bave been closed here because of the prevalence of the dreaded disease oi diphtheria. It has not yet become epl demie, but no unusual precaution^ have been taken to prevent the spread of tbe disease. No deaths have resulted in town, but several have been reported from the surrounding country. W. h. 8. Birr, Kate Wl*tr Fined. Mrs Kate Wiser wse charged by Mrs abusing her and Mis. Sarah Young with Magistrate Kelley heard the case Wirer was fiord *1 and coats She has recently, ciutrd considerable trouble by circulating reports about certain officer« which were found on investigation to be without foundation It Will Be Repaired. Building Inspector Grubb this morning granted a prrmit to A. 8. Reea & Brother Company for repairs to the warrhonts at Jessnp & Moore« Mille, on the Brandywine value *1.000 This build ng wa« recently condemned. Office Seventh end 64S. H. T. Hergeaat dealer In ooal and wood SJF" I,ar re pea ooai for family nee ty Hickory wood for open grates Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report 4B£»OU)TECV PURE Sg AMUSEMENTS. "The Country Olrcu«." There la only one "Country Circus," C. B JtffvrEou, Klsw A* Erlangst-'«, and it will be at the Grand Opera House to morrow matin«« and to morrow night. Tbe prettiest and smartest ponies In the world are with 'The Country Circus" and there is nothing in toofleud the most fast 1,1 lone. The "Country Circus'' was always good, but it Is better than ever this year. Tim parade upon tbe stage is nearly one mile lu IsngtW "For Fair Virginia" Coming. "For Fair Virginia" which comes to the Opera Home Monday March. 2. bee met with an unusually cordial n option wbeaever presented. tea .worth as a play, tbe beauty of Its production, the exoelieucsof the east; and tbe artletle completeness that distinguishes Its entire presentation: are features the press and public have readily recognized and generously appreciated. War, and the rumble of w«r, la kept well in the background, while agennlue heart Inter eat sways every morement of the various characters. Mr. and Mr«. Buss Wuytal retain the parts played by them originally at tbe Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York, and the success they achieved there has been repeated In every city visited. Mrs. Whytsi Is dialtognlahed for a quiet refinement of manner, as rare as it is welcome, while Mr. Whytai Is an Intel leetual actor of much force. The com pany embraces among Its metnbnrs, little Lottie Briscoe, Mika Mabel Kuowlea Charles 8. Abbs, John Woodard, Carle ton Maoey, as wall as others of repute tlon and position, "Trllbi" Next Thursday Night. The greatest and moot magnetic of modern play«, "Trilby," will bs «sen here at the Grand Opera House on Thursday evening, Merci, fi, with A. M. I'almer'« Company, tinder the direction of William A. Brady, and will be brought here from New York with all Its eutranolrg features, tbe company, tbe scenery, the music and evoryjslsge effect which made It eo gigantic a success in New York, Boston and Chicago, ard will be seen here for tbe first and only time. Aa "Trilby" must bo played in every city In the United States before the end of tbe season, I her-« can positively be no return visit here. So all those who desire to eee this unrivalled production muet do so during this engagement. "Trilby," both a* a play and performance, Is one of tbe best, most Interesting and exciting things that have appeared on the stage this season Tbe success was unqnsa tlonabls and undoubted. Thli Is Homvthiug New. A feature entirely new to the stage, although heard of the world over, is the I plotnereique Madtl Gras festival In New I Orleans This Is Introduced lu au tool dental wey to give color to some of tba must exciting Incidents of the play of "On the Mississippi," which wan written by William Haworth, and which will bs presented in this city on Wednesday next at the Grand Oper» Bouse,under the man agement cf Thomas H Davis and William T. Keogh. Some of the principal person ages assume disguises and mingle with the carnival maskery in order to carry out purpose« connected with the action of the drams. The French Folly Company at the Illjoa. There will be a glitter of tlusel, a liberal show of tigbtz, a blending of lights and color mtzis of tbe conven tional stage; marching aud singing of many comic songs, sentimental solo«, comic ditties, smart sayings, ridiculous incidents, »musing though ludrlcrous situations, specialties galore, and the thonskud aud one other concomitants that form tbe stock In trade of tbe French Folly Burlesque Company which will be the attraction at the Bjou Theatre ifhioh 2, 3 and 4 This particular burlesque organization is vastly mare eutertaluing than the majority of its e'ass of shows. There Is more ginger and sparkle than are common Tbe women are all pretty, aud tbe majority of such splendid form that one could easily ituaglue its living picture show done up in tights, refîtes, silks aud flounces. Again, tbe comedians sre clever beyond the average Among tbe artists are each well known stats as Ward aud Bradbcrn, Scanlon aud Stevens. Tom Ripley, Carlin aud Clark, three Herbert brothers, George Murphy, Jr., and others The eutertainment closes with the funniest of all burles ques, "The Merry Wicked World." The Cheapest Work Kver Offered, We have a few copies of a beautiful work, handsomely bound,containing sev eral hundred pictures of high artlstle merit, which will be sold at *1.75 a oupx. which Is about one-fourth tbe public* tlon price. Also soute copie» of Rand and McNally's Cyclopedia at *2.25, worth four times the price asked. Can be seen at tbe Evening Journal office. Wanted to Go Into Wall Street. Edward Pierce, aged 13 year«, of No. 502 East Seventh, John Joyce. 14, of No 017 Lombard, and William Smith, 15. of No. 106 King street, were arrested ia Jersey City shortly after midnight Tues day night, just after tbey had from a freight car nearly frezsu. To the police they said they «ere on their way to New York to earn some money and go Into Wall street aud make a lot of tin the same as Jxy Gould did. They said that a large boy named Kelley bad advised them to mike the trip and had seen them oS an a freight, but shook them in Pbilsdeipbis. Tbe Wilmington police were notified and Iu turn Informed iha boy's parents, who have sent on for them alighted Big Building Prrje.1. E Baldwin T. Springer and bl* father, Lewis R Springer, will bnild twenty four houses on tbe land which tbey own on Washington street, between Elgh teentta and Nineteenth streets. Plans bare been prepared, but the contracte have not been awarded. Tbe bouses, when completed, will be worth about *3 000 apiece. Only Three Thou.and Involved. There has been a rumor on the street for sevetsl days that tbe late Charles W. Howland bad lost $65 000 by Heaid & Co. An Evnimo Journal reporter learned this morning that his eat«'« is only iu volved to tie »meant of *3,000. money paid on a mortgrge and ieft with Heaid A Co for reinvestment. PRESBYTERIAN BECOMES EPISCOPALIAN P»,t»r Vincent Become« Rector Vincent and la lm|*re««lvelr A,ldre««e*l Hr Rec tor, Formerly Paster, hawter. Ml« Old Classmate, At the Chapel of t ho Good Shepherd, Bishopstead. this morning, (here wav a remarkable occurrence An e? Pres byterlan clergyman who has de nounc'd tbe robes and taken the vows of a Protestant Episcopal pr'est, stood and addressed bis classmate and former companion in the ministry, who has alio renounced Presbyterianism for tbe Protestant Eptecopal faith. The servie« of ordination to the dlao.umte byiBIshop Coleman, of H. G. O V moent, late minister of Delaware, began at 10 o'clock, Rev. A. H. Walker, saying the litany as chaplain to the bishop. The mluisters present were Keva. George O. Hall, H A. Henry, 8 G. Gassner, K A. Hawyer, K J Hammond, U M Bitt lett, H. M. Fletchsr and F Skageu. Tbe sermon was preached by Rev K A. Sawyer, who Tory tmprossivoly ad dressed his former classmate, who had go ue with him through Union Theological Seminary, N V., and is now to go to the same charge at which Mr. 8awyer has bven stationed. His text was: "Put on tho srmor of righteousness on tbe right hand and on tbe left," Tbe new rector will bo stationed at Clayton. Kav. Charles E. Murray presented t he candidate. Presbyterian « Havant at the Foreign Ulffo*. London, Feb. 28.—United States Am baesidor Bayard vi«it«d the foreign office yesterday afternoon and held a long oonforouce with Lord Salisbury. The belief prevails that Mr. Bayard bad received an advance copy of Sir Fred erlck Pollock's compilation of the case of Great Britain in the Venezuelan dispute, which will be ie «und next week. It is stated at the Unlted States Embassy that Ambassador Bayard has not yet received a copy of the British Venezuelan report prepared by Sir Frederick Pollock. A Fro L» (!•*■>. This great peach section—the greatest In tbe world—is almost assured of a big crop tbe coming season says the Milford Chronicle A very warm spell of weather might fores the bud« forward to such a degree as to hi killed by late frosts, but it is uot probable that the season will be warm enough for this A cold Spring, or a fairly cold Match will assure a big crop. Not for many years has tbe proupect been as good tbe last of February as now. It looks very much like tbe biggest crop ever known, not excepting tbe crop of 1675. Lightering i» ürtfuutled Vtnwl. In tbe Christiana just off Third street wharf tbe large sebooner, K. O Alien True, which ran aground yesterday while coming up for the Lit big Chemical Co wh«rf, with phosphate rock, Is still hard and fast. The Bioh Company's lighter« have pulled up alongside to relieve her of a portion of the cargo Glued Kid Sold 1'bls Morning,0 Shcrlfl Qillli sold the property of lie Jerome Gltzsd Kid Company this morn, ing. Five o»«sa of morocco were parches od by Col. Benjamin Nleids for *1,600. Harry E.ornons purchased certain ma ciiaery, 150 bags of salt, two drums and other articles for *500. Mrs. Emily Thorne, who resides at Toledo, Washington, says she has never been able (o procure any medicine for rheumatism that relievos tbe pain so quiesly and effectually as Chamberlain's Pain Balm aud that she has also used it for lame back with great success. For sale by Z. James,Belt,druggist, corner Sixth and Market strrets. ftlotulllau« on m Visit. Four new members were Initiated last evening at the meeting of Wilmington Lodge, A. O W , aud five were later In jected with Magnlllan lymyh. This evening the band uuder tbe leadership of Director 8usle Glllimoor March will visit Liberty Conclave. Paper Patterns, Ten Gents. Ladles, read the fashion article on the third page of this ptper and send ten cents to tho Evening Journal office fdr an up-to-date pattern; P RETTV, neat, trim, fine, hand- H some, comely, elegant—apply « one or all of these adjectives to Sj our New and Good Philadelphia 9 Made Blouse Suits, and you'll not be 9 wrong. The designs, as perfected by I our own craftsmen, are as unique as B they arc beautiful. The workman- S J ship is the best that skilled Philadel- Kj phians can produce. Can we say ® more? Aye—cloths and colors of every fabric and hue. Suits made for lads aged 3 to io. Prices (third saving prices, as usual) from NEW '96 BLOUSE SUITS. $1.50 to $7.50. N. SNELLENBUR6 & CO., PHILADELPHIA. Largest Clothiers anil Furnishers In the World, MARKET AND SEVENTH STS WILMINGTON. M The voting coot.et as to the Most D opnlar School Teachers, to whom we will give a Free European Vacation Trip, goes merrily on. If In doubt ae to any teacher a«k the vonng ones—they'll know. Write or eall for the Booklet tailing all about It. BURIAL OF C. W. HOWLAND, I>r. Hnlhnrd Conducted ftarvlce* ut iha Holme Interment Mt l.tuml Hill. The late Charles Wing Howland's friends assembled in large numbers at bis fiu« residence ''HllUon," at Ninth and Broome streets, this morning at 10 o'clock when funeral services were begun, Kav. Merritt Hulbnrd, D. D , conducted the services and paid a touch ing tribute to the memory of this official man of bis church. The pall bearers were tho nephews and grandsons a( the deceased. The funeral party left Wilmington at 12 46 this afternoon by the P., W. & B railroad, for Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, where Interment will be made this afternoon. TELL THE CHILDREN. A IlfeAUtlfal Toy Tli*Htre *Wltli Movable Figure* Free to Kvory Hoy aud Utrl. Have the children heard tbe newt? If they haven't, tell them now, "Tbe Philadelphia Press," which has brsn eon siderlug their pleasure, will next Hunday, March 1, give to ever#» reader a beautiful toy theatre, with back and side scenery all complete, and with movable figures for the production of the evtr pipnlar pantomime, "Hnmpty Dumpty." Think of It. movable figures—movable actors—so that the Utile ones may have tho pautomlme peformed r'gbt under thelr^eyes. The theatre Itself is substantially eon strnoted msuent or dropped or thrown about without injury. It cost "The Press" s great amount of money to get enough theatres for all its readers. But no matter. Tbe children will be made happy. Their elders will also be delighted with "Tbe Philadelphia Hunday Pissa" of March 1. It will, in addition to all tbe news, contain more Interesting special articles than any magazine j nblUlud These will cover a wide rauge of subjects pud Introduce the moat prominent witt ers. .mud may be preserved for per nunsemsnt. It may be carried Ord«r "The Philadelphia Sondât Press" of March 1 from your newsdealer in advance to save disappointment. FRANCISCAN FRIAR SHOT. A Fallier Superior of St. Francis Order Fatally Wounded by an Kmployec. SANTA T5 AUUAitA, Cnl., Feb. 28.—Very Hov. Ferdinand Hurgineyor, father su perior of Franciscan mission, was fatally shot by Bernard Henry Gerhard Kruse inoyer, who lias been employed at the mis sion for over a year. Throe shots entered tho priest's body and one tho hood. Fa ther Hergmoyor is still alive, but his re covery is Impossible. Kruscmoyer immediately gave himself up and is now in jail. Ho lias given con flicting stories, and it is supposed bo is mentally deranged. The other priests say there has always been a friendly feeling between tho father superior and Kruscmoyer, and they can give no reason for tho murder. Tho shoot ing occurred in tho mission, and intense feeling has boon nrousud. Father Borg inoyor lias boon hero ten years and was held in great esteem by all classes. LABOR LEADERS MOBBED. Glass Workers Force Unpopular Official* to Leave Town. PlTTSUUKO, Fob. S3.—Daniel Wiiftof, who was appointed president pro torn of tho National Window Glass Workers' as sociation when President Burns was sud denly deposed last week, and Hudson Campbull, presiding officer of L. A. 300, wore run out of Joannetto by a mob of men and boys. Tho officiais had gone to .Tennnotte to visit tho glass workers in the Chambers McKee factory, who nro friendly to Burns. Tho two visitors were ordered to got out of town at onco. Sonio mon yelled, "Hang tho villains!" Tho two quickly hoarded tho train, and ns it pulled out for Pittsburg tho Inst words they hoard wore a promise of death if they returned to Joau. cUe. Get One of Theae Booh«. We have a few cooles of a beautiful work, handsomely bound, containing sev era! hundred pictures of high artistic mrrit, which will besold at *1.75 a copy, which is about one-fourth tho publica tlon price. Also some copies of Ruud and McNally's Cyclopedia at *2 25, worth four times the price asked. Can be seen at the Evknino Journal office. Only One Victim of the Law. * Only one case was in the docket tb s morning when Jadge Ball mounted the wool-sack. He was David Jamison, and Officer Kelleber made tbe arrest. Judge Ball fined David *1 and costs. Careful Buyers Wanted To inspect the quality of onr coal. Try a ton It's 2240 pounds in every ton, clean and always dry. Fell and Joseph, Front and Madison streets. 8»e the shed t DIED DEAD EASY ! THE IMITATORS OF OUR RELIABLE SALE. Enterprising competitors were not in it—tho public knew our aale waa the only bona fide Sacrifice Sale ! NOW GOING ON. Bu«y as bees are we. We like competition for it simply stirs oqr business. Here is another chance for enterprising shoe dealers. HESE PRICES: nVCEIET # _ .. . > r LadLs' Overgaiters, were 65 î, now 13c. Ladies' Rubber Shoes, 40c grade, go at 18c, Our Prices Raise Money For Us. Ladies' Dongola Button French Kid, opera and square too, the regular price *5, will go at *2 75. Ladies' Firo Dongola Shoes, patent tips, regular price *2.50, will go at 98c, Ladies' Fine India Kid Button Shoes with patent leather tip?, great bargains for *1,33, go at 74c. Ladies' Fine Pebble Shoes, just the thing to keep the feet warm and dry, regular price *1.48, will go at G9c. Mietoa' and Children's Shoes, all sty'es and all at prices that make the manufacturers cry and nnt dollars in your pockets. Glance at tho Golden Opportunity bef .ro you. Men's Fine Dress Shoes, worth *i 75, will go at 98c square toes Men's Fine Dress Shoes, worth *2, opera and razor toes, will go at *1,18. * Orders by mail promptly attended to. Men's Fine,Patent Leather Shoes, regular price *2.50,will go at *1.19. Men's Buckle Arctics,-regular price, Goodyear's, *1.50, our price 73c. Como early and attend this Great Sale at ) 223 MARKET STREET. L LEVY. Charge of Mall Order Department. Goods Exchanged or Money Refunded, Mall orders subject to-Money Refunded without expense iu purchaser. WORTH A SECOND LOOK. Such Is the universal opinion of all who have seen the Robin Hood., the latest addition to the ranks of bicycles. The product of Wilmington brains and hands— ballt In Its entirety In a Wilmington factory, it com mends attention at oner, and it is a mistake not lo see It before purchasing a bicycle, as It speaks for Itself, an examination only la neces sary. The price Is $W0 and It Is worth It. McDANIEL & MERRIHEW CYCLE CO.,'Pioneer Cycle House, Phone 4J58. toil Market St., Wilmington, l>el. 0 WALTER H. PODEST A r : rvv«. of Waller M. Podest« & Co.. Optical Specialists. Phlla, eye SPECIALIST QUEEN A OO vk Is in Wilmington, EVERY FRIDAY, VI A' I )/| in the Office, 606 MA RKET ST., solong occupied VyL' JiM by him. Appreciating the kindly favor» of patronage he - ÏAM J ' J * iai * received from the liest cititetw of Wilmingtoiu toe J m w; Vyi) Jg respectfully iuvilc* all those troubled with Headache, ( I r )J \ Jr whose eyes are causitu; discomfort in anr way. to call on fjJ/lfr him and receive FREE the advice. hU knowledge and long, A" / experience warrant him in giving. REMEMBER, NO CHARGE for exam minx your eyes. Satisfaction invariably guaranteed. t J VÔ W W ECONOMY SHOE HOUSE. NO SHERIFF SALE ! $6,000 Is No Small Assortment. Must Have Cash ! Dull Times the Cause ! We will open our store on Saturday, Feb. 29th, AT 8 A. M. 3 Days Only Will These Prices Hold ! 3 Days Only Will These Prices Hold ! Stocks and Shelves Filled With Bargains. Fine Shoes Must be Sold at and Much Be low Cost. We would sooner have the Cash than the Shoes. We don't ask you to believe this. We don't want you to cry humbug. We don't want you to say impossible, or that we can't sell good shoes so low. We ask what is fair for us, and a sure saving of 30 every dollar. cents on \ These 3 Days Only. for 87c *1.50 Ladies's Shoe, 2$ to 3.}, - - 73c *1.75 Patent Tips Ladies' Shoes, all sizes, - *1.00 *1.50 Strong Grain Shoos, Ladies, - *1.19 *2,50 Dongola Kid, a bargain, - 99c *3.00 Sunday Paris Kid, all sizes, - 38c Ladies' Rubbers, all sizes, - - 88c Girls' Shoe, 5 to 8, strong, - 50c Misses' Sunday Shoes, 11 to 2, 1st—Don't buy ofju« unless we are cheaper than elsewhere. 2nd—When reading this circular don't say it's not the truth. 3rd—Tell your friends where they can save money. 4 th—Remember we would sooner have cash than shoes 5tL—Onr loss is your advantage. Come and bç convinced before buying. 6th—Be sure you get into the right s'aoe store, on the corner. These 3 Days Only. A Splendid Men's Shoe, Strong Shoe for Boys, 11 to 2 - Sunday Shoes for Men, Dress and Evening Shoe, Boys' Sunday Shoe, 11 to 2, Men's Rubbers, all sizes, Buckle Arctics for Men, Children's Good Shoes, 67c 89c 93c - * 1.22 - *1.64 23c » 27c 76o LASTS BUT 3 DAYS! LASTS BUT 3 DAYS! Gome earl y and get beat selection«. Lots of Shoes not on price list. Everything in Shoes for Men, Women, Boyc and Girls. N. E. CORNER Second and Market Streets, Economy Shoe House } 'Wilmington, Delaware. PRINCE ALBER1 We are selling ready made quite a good many of them again and are making to order more than for several seasons past. They are very dressy cut in the present style, long enough to look well and not so long as last reason, when they were cut too long to look proportionate. Re»dy made whole Suits at *16, *16, *18, *20 and *25, To order, Coats and Vests from *20 up ward and made from Vicuna, Llama, Thibet or Olay Diagonal, tiood cloths, good trimmings, good work and careful fitting, all for most moderate prices. We close at 6 p. m. except Saturdays, COAT SUITS. JÄHES T. HULUN & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Market Sts., Wilmington, ASK TO SEE THE PATENTED EXTENSION BOSOM WHITE SHIRTS. They embrace pome new ideas In shirt making They come in two grades, 75 cents and *1. Yon will find them perfect fitting shirts. Sole agents for Wilmington. WYATT t CO •i Hen's Furnishers, 603 Market St. We laundry Collars for 1 Cent - THOMAS MoHUOfl, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER NO. 13 MARKET 8TRKET, Wilmington. Oelawar*.