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NEW WARSHIP GOES OUT
Massachusetts Passed Down to the Breakwater. ETßANQE 00IB0IDS5T8 OF DEATH Mr. Wolfe's Bicycle Bell Rang Until Three Persona Heard it: Sutton Saw Title««« Make m Hald Eleven. and Mr His Dead »on-Chicken and Capture Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Nhw Castle, March 18 Early yesterday afternoon, with all the vessela along tbe river saluting her the battleship Massachusetts, a companion ship to the Indiana, passed down the river for her builders' trial trip at sea. On this trip the Massachusetts carried a crew of 250. who will see that she will satisfactorily perform , . , . every function expected of her. tjho reached tho Break water last night, where she anchored until «his morning, when she will g0 to sea if the weather Is favorable Ä course decided upon lies twenty miles from the coast, between the two light ships of ths Delà ware capes If every expectation is fulfilled the The will be notified that in about six weeks she will be ready for the offlolal trial trip over the government course off tbe coast of Massachusetts. Two Unaccountable Coïncidents. Of the veryeudden deaths that recently neenrred In New Castle those of Daniel R. Wolfe and Ex-Levy Courtman Hutton were probably more talked of because of their prominence In social aud political circles. Friends of the two men are now talking of most remarkable co inci dents On the day before Mr. WolfeVdeath his bicycle stood In tbe railroad station agent's office and Captain J. K Phillips left It there when he locked the office to go to lnnch. He returned with John H Martin, operator at the lewer block station, and was surprised to find a boy peering in his office window sDd saying that the bicycle bell had been ringing all the time. The two and distinctly heard and Mr. Martin, stopped ni„,i tbe bell thinking it an electric bell out of order, went on As soon as Captain Phillips entered the'office the bell stopped rlngiug and he was dumbfounded to see that it was a single stroke thumb bell. Twonty-four hours after that Mr. Wolfe was found dead lu bed. Just one day btfore his death, Mr Sutton remarked to his wife, starting up from the table where they were taking tbe morning meal: "Wife, there's Will; see, there he goes out the door" Mrs Huttou tearfully related the story yester day, aud while she Is now overawed to think of the strange oeonrreuce, did not notioe It at the time, because Mr Hutton was continually fretting over the death of their son. Excellent Addreee at St, Peter'«. Before a large and appreciative con gregatlon Iu St. Peter's Church last evening, Rsv. E. L Brady delivered a pleasing aud thoughtful lecture on the Jlfe and evangelistic labors of Ht Patrick In Ireland. It was one of the most forceful addresses ever given at Ht. Peter's. The choir, under the directlou of Miss Pauline Rogers, sang sever.l bymoe In praise of Ireland's champion e&lnt effectively and well. Thieve. Take Kleven Fine Chirk eu.. Mrs Mrs Hugh F. Sheridan,living on North Fourth street, heard a strange noise Iu the night followed by the violent, bark iug of the watch dog. Nothing was thought of the inoideut until early In the morning. Mis. Sheridan went to feed her poultry. Eleven chickens had disappeared. This Is tbe seoond out break of chicken thieves in that yeigh borhood within a year. Loaded firearms will be kept for their next visit. Farmer Moods'. Indiscretion. John Moody, of Bear Station, got ou a stook of provisions yesterday afternoon in his dugont and then stooked up with eplrita In his stomaob After going to hi. B'omach they went to his head and the whip went to his horse nntll the aulmal brought np against the fence of tbe Tag gart estate. Chief Engineer JW, H Saunders of the woolen mills, took the man and team Into custody until he could ba straightened oat again. I ooldents of the Day, Mrs. Rebecca Lnnt, Miss Flora Lunt and Miss Anna Harrington vUittd in Wilmington last evening. Heveral New Castle parties attended minstrels and athletic exhibitions in Wilmington last night. Extensive repairs are being made to tbe board walks at the Delaware railroad station. The old City Oonnoil has one more meeting before election day. Thomas Beatty, a well known shoe maker, was taken to prison yesterday by Poiioemau Harrington aud Speoial officer Hanf, being unable to take care of himself because of a sudden derange ment. 1000 pounds Pepsin Ping Tobacco at 3c ping. Cigars 35c, 50o, 65c and $4 50 per box. Dnrstein, 5 East Second street. Fire In Greeneborough. Gkeensiiorocgh, Md , March 18.—This town narrowly escaped a conlUgration yesterday. Fire breks out aud entirely destroyed the stable of William Temple, In the east end of town abont 5 o'clock, and three horses and other property were consumed Fortunately there had been a heavy rain Monday which dampeued all the adjacent buildings and aided the firemen In preventing the spread of the fltmes. The origin of the fire is supposed to have been incendiary. Help i -. ■*, needed by is sir. tired mothers, debilitated » because of pmir. thin blood. Help and mn d< Is nep<tf*f1 by I he nervous miîïerer, the men and women tortured with rheuinalisni. nviiralgla, < n.Lrrh. Help comes scrofula. dyspepsia, quickly when Hood's Sarsapafill* 4 rich, purify and vitalize the blood and send it in a I Mealing, nourishing, invigorating stream to all the nerves, muscles and organs of the bod}. is to en Hood's SarsapariiSa I» thr fine True lUnoH I'tirlKer. All ilrugKlvl- 81. LoutTI. Vt-it. Ills; easy to •. i. liooti * co v -<-a only toy riooa S Pills UM,cuoylObi'ciau. WU., Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report « ft ABâOLUTIECV (PURE DELAWARE COUNTY POLITICS Media Republican. Will Hold Their Primaries To day. Mehta, March 18.—The Republicans hold their primaries iu Delaware oounly to day to name candidates for Congress, members of tbe Legislature and county officers and to elect delegatee to the National and State Conventions. The campaign has been an exceptionally clean one, and In striking contrast to snch contests In this county the past few years. , Jndge Clayton will be nominated for national delegate 'and W. C. Spronl, of Chester, will be put on tbe ticket for senator neither having any opposition. Representative Ward H Bliss,of Cheater, Is the only candidate for the Legislature from his district, and la expected to poll the full vote. Representative Thomas H. Garvin, of Sharon Hill, also wauts another term, but will have to eouteat with Edward T. Taylor, of Yeadon, who has a strong following. From tbe western district Representative Kiobard K. "Baldwin and ex-Representative George E Heyburn are the candidates The fight Is expected to be close. Kent'. Oyster War Continues. Chkbtkhtown, Md , March 18 —0»p talus Buok Hanford aud Frederick Wal ters, two well known oyster dredgers, have been lodged in jail to await trial at the April term of court on the charge of Illegal dredging aud having unculled oysters on board their vessels, were oaptured about 1 o'clock a m on Saturday after a chase and running fire of nearly four hours Captain Stevens, of the Ann Smith, charges that he dis covered the vessels illegally dredging on Swau Poiut bar and at. onos made He says the men refused to snrreuder and for four hours tbe Smith kept up the chase, Captain Stevens using the cannon, but with no effect on Walters, up the head of tbe bay and would probably have escaped but when between ripesutlo Island and Wortou Point they grounded on a shoal or lump and were There are now three dredge captains tu the Kent county j ill waiting trial. The men an effort to effect an arrest.. The men ran taken Kent's Colored Politicians Want Recog nition, CiittsTBRTOWN, March 18—The col ored Republican leaders have decided to make a demand upon the party manage ment for recognition. The position of janitor of tbe court honse pays $150 and Is convenient to manage. The place was practically conceded to a staunch Cbes'eitown Republican, but the colored leaders held a meeting several nights ago, and after a spirited caucus primary John Cotton, colored, was nomt nated for the janitorship and a commit tee of three appointed to wait upon tbe county commissioners and Insist upon his appointment. Sinoa the primary, howevfr, a strong opposition to Cotton has Krisen. Ijepubllcan leaders apparently standing hands off and allow lug the contest of the colored brethren to go merrily on. Death of Humu«*l fJacf. Chestebtown, Match 18—Samuel Oacv, one or ths most prominent citizens of Kent county, died suddenly at his home, near Millington, at 12 o'clock on Saturday night, of paralysis, eged 82 years. He went to Millington, several miles from his home, on Saturday after noou, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Anua Caoy, and attended to eeveral mat ters in town aud was apparently Iu his usual health when they started for home Shortly after leaving town he was seiz 3 d with an attack of paralysis and was un con8clons when taken from the carriage at his home. In 1882 he served in the State Lrglslatme, and was grain inspso tor for four years, having been appointed by Governor Carroll. He a number of times represented bis county and district in state aud county Democratic conven tions. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives th best satisfaction of any cough medicine I handle and as a seller leads all other preparations In tbls market. I recommend It beosnse It Is the best medeclne I ever handled for coughs, eolds and croup A W. Haldbricok Millersvllle, III. For sale by Z James Belt, druggist, corner Sixth and Market streets Veteran Meet. Death By the Trolley. Chester, March 18.— John Walz. of Colllngsdale, was struck and killed by a trolley car on tho Darby branch of the Chester Traction Company Monday night at Cleveland avenue, Norwood. Walz and seme companions had been at the White Horse Hotel and were returning to their homes. As the car approached the crossing at Norwood, Walz stepped in front of it and was run down. His body was so firmly wedged beneath the car that a crew had to be seut from this oity to take his body out by raising the car. Walz was struck by an engine at Hharon HIU eeveral years ago aud sert ously Injured He was a well-known old soldier and leaves a family. PENINSULA NEWS PARAGRAPHS. Diphtheria has broken out near Zlou, in the zixth district of Cecil county. The dleease at Woodlawn, which resulted in five deaths, is fast disappearing. Smyrna's Town Coucc'l, at its next meetinir, will elect a superintendent and englmera for the eleotrlo light and water works. It is likely that tbe tax rate will be rais.d from 40 to 60 cents on tbe $100, inord.rtopay off some of the town's $40,000 indebtedness. The store of William Harvey, at North East, was entered by burglars last even ing aud cigars, tobacco and a gold watch stolen. Joseph N. Wheatley has been appointed postmaster at Cheetertowu. Md , vice Mr. Hhaw, deceased. There wap quite a contest over the office, there belug five applicants. Tbe qnarterly-distribntlon of tbe school tax has bseu made, Cecil county receiving $2,401 07 for white schools aud $475 36 for colored schools. The entire family of Alorzo R Walker, conslBttug of his wife, himself and three children, of Havre de Grace, narrowly escaped being asphyxiated by coal gas last night. They were found by neigh bors in a semi conscious condition, and it was necessary to summon a physician. One of the children lias gone into con vulsions. SOME KH0CK-0ÜFS LAST RIGHT. No Preten.» A boat the Fifth Grand Ex hibltlon of the Diamond State Athletic Club—M cUkII m flltftu Kaiy. The Diamond State Athletic Club held its fifth boxing exhibition In Pyle's Cycle Academy last night, before an audience of about 400. three bouts on tbe program, two of which resulted In knock onts, McCall knocking Boylau out iu the first, round. The first, bout was between Ed. Daws and Willis, two local six ronnds There w.rs 110-pounders Willis had the advantage in hetghth and reach, but what Daws l.cked in weight ho made up in clever ness After six rounds of rather tame fighting, the bout was declared a draw Dougherty and Taggart were the next pair to don tbe mittens Taggart, was not In the best condition, while Dough erty seemed fit to fight for bis life. Taggart put up a good fight for three rounds, but Dougherty was toy strong for him aud tbe bell was all that saved him Id the fouith H> came up garne'y for the fifth, but Dougherty kept rusting and jabbing him until finally he went down and out Adam Ryan, of Philadelphia, vas to have been Dougherty's opponent In this bout, but failed to put iu an appearance The Btar event and wind up of the evening was between Frank MoCall, tbe 105 pound " wonder" of this city, and "Jack" Boylan, of Buffalo, N. Y. to have been a ten-round affair first (and last, by the way) McCall started right in, ln bis usual way, by a series of lushes, during one of which Boylan landed a hard upper cut. They backed to the middle of the ring, where McCall made a feint with his left, whiob drew Boylan's guard away for a moment Instantly tbe Wilmington •* wonder" shot his right across on Boylan'e jrw, and tbe boy from Buffalo droppol to the floor apparently lifeless MoCall loudly cheered as he left the ring. Bry lan was revived lu about lise minutes. Wilbur Basse officiated as refferee aud Frauk Lynch acted as time-keeper. it was In the was Other Siiortlng New«. At. a meeting of the delegates repre seating the Virginia, Maryland aud Delaware Trotting Circuit, held yester day. It was decided that eaob member should not, give less then six open raoes, aud that the minimum purse In any race Is to be $200 Tho date of tbe Cecil county fair, at, Elkton, I» September 8 0 10 and It; Dover fair has Hrptember 22, 23 24 25; Harford oountv (Md ) has September 20, 8Ô October 1, 2 At Hampton, Va , yesterday, the Phil les bad practice but five minutes wben a hot liner by Clements plowed through one of the ntudows iu tbe soldiers' bar racks, but the veterans all Bald; "That's all right," and practice was resumed. Two more hours were spent in practice during the afternoon, tbe men taking their regular positions, while Dclahauty and Taylor batted out to them Hulen's work at short was very fast and It looks ■s though ths good reports about this youngster were true. As to tho rumors about Nssh's arm being gone they were proved wrong by bis throwing to day. Captain Linn, of tho Frankford Biojcle Club, has announced the following schedule of weeekly runs from Philadel phia for the first three months of the coming Beasen ; April 5, Chester; April 12, Trenton ; April 1» Doviautown; April 20 Woodstown ; May 3 New Hope; May 10 West Chester; May 17, Laurel Springs; May 24 Wilmington (returning by boat); May 30, Valley Forge; June 7, Media; Juue 14, (open); June 21, Newtown; June 28. Norristown. Several of the club's expert riders will endeavor to lower the raoord between Philadelphia aud Njw Y ork during the coming season. William Maddox to B» Drought Back. State Detective Walter Wltsil went to Annapolis, Md . yesterday and obtained a warrant from Governor Lowndes for the extradition of William Maddox, colored, now in jail at Cambridge, and who is wanted in Laurel for stabbing J. F Hornley aeveral months ago. The war rant will be served to morrow and Mad dox brought into this state. Aa.e.ament. Reduced. Levy Conrt sat tbls morning and audited the aoconnts of the Road Com mleslonera of Blackbird hundred. The assessment of $25 000 on Washington Jones's morocco factory, No. 104 Welnnt street, was reduced to $20.000. Reduo tlons were also made an the properties of Elizabeth Bussem and William C. Spruauce. Satl.bury Ha. Another Fire. Salisbury, Md , March 18 —Fire in the saloon of W. F. Godfrey, at the depot yesterday morning caused a loss amounting to about $1,000. The fire destroyed the saloon and two other frame buildings But for tbe timely arrival of the fire department the loss would have beeu more serions. New Storage Batter,. The Gamewell Fire Alarm Company of New York will In a few days placB a storage battery on the fire and police systems. This battery was recommend.d to the Polios Commission by Superin tendent Aydon and will save the city about a thousand dollars a year. To Be Treated for Lockjaw. West Chester. March 18.—A colored man named Daniel Queen, a resident of Lincoln, was brought to the Chester Oonnty Hospital yesterday for treatment for lotkjtw, tbe result of being shot in one of his feet by one of a party of thieves whom be was assisting to arrest. The men were captured aud are now In jail. Queen's condition is such as to lead to tbe fear that he will die Home. ln«i|o. Lad, Raid Aboot riant loo, ' i tbiuk it is just elegant." It had pleased her booause it looked so prettv on the wall and bad beeu uo trouble at all to put on No water to boil, uo wall to prepare —but the card of tints will t«il you all about it. James M. Bryan & Bon, 107 West Eighth street. Worth Triple tbe Honev. We have a few copies o ' a beautiful work, handsomely bound, containing sev era! hundred plotnres of high artistic merit, which will be sold at $1 75 a copy, which is about one fourth the publica tion price. Also some copies of Rand and McNally's Cyclopedia at $2 25, worth four times the price asked. Cau be seen at the Evening Journal uffioe. A CHECK FOR FIVE THOUSAND field to Bate Keen Ottered Brakemau Shew'« Wife Bj Dataware Railroad People—Two Reporta Denied. An Evening Journal reporter assured by a weli posted man to day that Mrs William R Shaw, widow of the nnfortuuate biakeman who received fatal in janes wreck, had wi a In the Blackbird been offered a check of Delaware was by committee railroad officials, for $5,(100. It further stated that the company agreed to furnish the widow free transportation In Delaware at any time and to befriend her in any time of etnergenoy. It was also alleged that Mrs. James C Murtba wife of the dead engineer, bad been offered similar inducements but refnsed declaring that, she had deter mined to run the rlek of a law suit before twelve of her countrymen Bath reports were partially denied this afternoon. Mrs. Shaw was too III Bnd nervous to be seeu by a reporter, although she seemed to be talking business a; a lively rate to a committee of railway trainmen who sent Jacob C. Bice to represent Mrs. Shaw in the Interview. Mr. Bloe declared that Mrs. Shaw had received uo euch an offer from the rail He was asked to qnes tlon her as to whelhsr she had settled with the company, and brought back the reply that no settlement had been reached. Mrs. Murtha, however, seemrd amply able to transact her own sffslrs. She was surprised to hear of the reported arrangement with Mrs. Shaw, and declared that she had received no propo eitlon from the railroad officials, though things were beginning to look desperate. a road oompauy. Recovered the Overcoat In Philadelphia. On February 6, Willard Hall Porter, had his overcoat stolen in this city, and since theu the police have been looking for It, List night Chief Dolan received word by telephone that Detectlvo Guyer, of Philadelphia, bad recovered the garment and It will be sent on here This Porter went to Philadelphia and identi fied the coat, whiob was valued at $75. The thief, whose name is Arthur Dutton, of Cleveland, O , age 23, confessed tbe crime, but as the Philadelphia authori ties want him for five other charges of coat stealing, they refused to tarn him over to tbe Wilmington authorities. morning Chief Dolan and Mr Special Servies* for Men and Women. Rev. Dr. Riley, of New York, will conduct a Quiet Day for Womau at Ht. Andrew's Church to-morrow, tho services being st 7.30 s. m. (without an address); at 10.30 a. m.. 12.15p.m., 2 30 p. m aud 4pm., wit.b addresses at all (bene services. At 7.45 p. m , there will be a sermon for both men aud women. Dr. Riley is well known as a theologian and preacher, and no doabt many will attend upon his instructions. Wilmington Man Among the Injured. In a dispatch from Harrisburg describ ing the serious wreck on the Psnnsyl vauia railroad when a score of passengers were seriously injured, the name of "John W. p yle, Wilmington, Del apperrs in 'the list of Injured ones, Nobody could be found to day who knows John W. P«le aud no Information could be obtatued c oncoming a WUmlngtocian being injured on the rail. Building Permits Granted. Building Inspector Grubb this morn ing granted permits to William Hlegrlst for) an tfflee bnilding for the Pocono Ioe Oompiny, below Front street between for alterations to No 1838 West Eighth* NO SENATOR ELECTED. The Turbulent Session of tbe Kentucky Dc-giiilature 1» nt taut Ended, Frankfort, Ky., March 18.—The legis lature has adjourned after a 118 day's ses sion. The sonate failed to accomplish tho two important acts It had before It—tho election of n United States senator and tho enactment of necessary financial leg islation. The senate committee appointod to in vestigate Governor Bradley and impeach him for usurpation of ollico and linposo both lino and Imprisonment reported to the senate just before its adjournment. The roport finds that tho militia was not placed under tho control of any civil officer; members prevented from entering tho houM; soldiers entered the senate chqm Jer while In session; no application was made to tho jailer or county judge for as sistance; tho governor made no Inquiry of either house as to tho situation; that the object In calling out tho militia was to cast In tho joint assembly two votes and sleet a senator. The committeo, in oloslng its roport, says : "Your committee therefore find and de clare and recommend that by adoption of this report tho senate of Kentucky declare that said use of military power of tho com monwealth by the governor was unneces sary for the preservation of -the peace or for any other lawful purpose; that said military force was not used by the govern or for the purpose of preserving tbe peace, but was used solely for partisan political purposes; that said act of tbe governor was wholly without warrant of law and was and Is now a flagrant subversion of tho civil authority by the military power of tbe commonwealth." By a vote of IU to 14 tho roport was adopted, Hcnator .Tones denounced tho statements in the report ns absolutely false in point of fact and indorsed tho governor. Lieu, tenant Governor Worthington did ltkowise aud denounced the roport. In the house a resolution was passed denouncing the lawlessness aud indorsing Governor Bradley to tho oud. The troops hpd dross parade and were disbanded. Paper Patterns, Ten Cent., , Ladles, read the fashion article on the third page of this paper and send tea cents to the Evening Journal office for an up-to-date paper pattern. I Better Look Over Your Wardrobe and see If there arn not, some garments which. If properly Cleaned and Dyed, will be geod as new. A. F. BORNET, 716 Market St. _ATLANTIC CITY, N. .Î. §AN MARCOS HOTEL, NOW OPEN. Pacific and Massachusetts Avenues, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J„ After thorough housecleaning and renova tion has been reopened tor the winter under the personal supervision of Mrs. Annie Grubb, formerly proprietress of the Kenilworth inn. Pteam Heat, Hydraulic Elevator, Sun Par lor, Baths, all conveniences. Write for rales ANOTHER GRATEFUL FAMILY. Miller Considers Paine's Celery Compound a National Blessing. Mr. I is J* 1 *<4, \ fj /îc s. ■ 222 -• MPi W) » V/A m X v o > X. 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Sufferers from debility who find their convalescence too slow, are jiyously sur prised by the brisk Impetus towards recovery that comes from Paine's celery compound Its healing, nerve-restoring, blood making, nourishing powers go so directly to the root of the trouble that the progress toward health and strength is steady and nninterrupted No relapses come when Pains's celery compound has once fairly began Its healthful aotton With a stronger appetite, sounder sleep, and better digestion (results that everyone has experienced who has taken Paine's celery oompound). the weak and sore kidneys and the tired stomach cease to trouble and the nerves allow one to work nnvexed by day and to sleep by night without disturbance Tbls is what physicians mean when they say that ) Paine's celery compound cures nervous diseases permanently. For disordered liver, and for all blood diseases, physicians use this great formula of Professor Edward E Phelps, M. 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I want every young or old man to know about IL I take a personal Interest in such cases and i q one need hesitate to writ« mo as all com mu ni cations are hold strictly confidential. I send the recipe of this remedy absolutely froo of cost. l>o not put it off but write the day > ou d id so. Address, e, you will alwuya bleaa fully at THOMAS SLATER. Box2064 Shipper of Famous K nlntnnr.oo Celery« KALAMAZOO, MICH WM. B. SHARP & CO.. MOURNING AND BLACK FABRICS. Heoriett* Convent Cloth, Frlcotlne Marvl lieux, C*« Innere, Nan's Veiling, Drap «l'Alma CourtlauJri Crepe« Clairette,; Kliadamea, Ardiaure, Hat In d'l.ion, Undine Cloth, rrincetta, Patin Luxer, B tiro« Grain Rhadzamb, The Best Black Goods to Bay. The Best Black Goods to Wear. The Eest Assortment Here.; Fourth and ^Market; Sts, PENNSYLVANIA 1 ItAlLKOAO CO. PERSONALLY-CONDUCTED TOURS WASHINGTON. Tours, each covering a period of three days, will lenvn New York and Philadelphia March 1», April - and 21 and May IQ 1890. Rates, Including transimrlatlon end two days' arcnmmodetUm at the beet Washington hotels. S14.E0 from New Y'ork and $11.60 from 1 hlladelphta $hi 60 from New York, uot in cluding meals en route. Dclstled Itineraries will be sent, on applica tion to Tourist Agent, N». 1190 Broadway, New York oltv. or Room 411, Broad (Street. (Station, Philadelphia. J. R. WOOD. (ten. Pass. Agent. ßEO. W.BOYD, i Asst. Gob* Paes. Agent. HOLT'S QOICK LDNCH PARLORS. NOTED for French Drip Coffee and Botton Baked Beans, Pie» and Handwlches of all kinds. Hot Soups. Everything home made. » K. 4th St. C. K. HOLT, Pron PENNES AND SMALL CHANGE CAN BE HAD At.TRk fUlMlfib KUOM WALLS m • r . • -if I ®®*V f \\W ■V ItlL ft] tf J Bj —that no one sees don't need paper or attention. But walls that are part of your life as much as the rky above you do need to be clean, pretty and cheerful. Tbe right kind of Wall Paper does It; when yon want the right kind and right prices see our stock. FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS, No. \ West Second Street. I ■ Adjoining Wilmington and Brandywine Bank. TELEPHONE 409. KEEPING MAY ENDORE u FOR A NIGHT, n UT JOY comoth In the morning." Its coming, however, is largely dependent upon circumstances. The man who has loaded himself up with a lot of old Hue insurance, and is scratching around like a hen in a flower bed, trying to get his premiums paid, may not be able to tell "where the laugh comes in." This, however, is entirely his own fault; a NATURAL PREMIUM COMPANY would have given him just as muen protec tion as he is now getting, for half his present premiums: and uutil he sees It that way, lie will probably have to continue to "scratch." MASSACHUSETTS BENEFIT LIFE ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED lh78, Ha. wrllten in the first fifteen Years of its history: Four times as much insurancj as tbe Mutual Life, Five times as much insurance as the Mntnal Benefit Life, * Seven times as mach insurance as the New Yoik Life, • In their first fifteen years, and ha.il.at the he J Î inning of its sixteenth year, 8U«,;Hl,t)06 CO nsu ranee in force, - A. JASL0WSKY, ; GENERAL AGENT. Room 309 Equitable Building, WilmlnsftoD, Del. I DH.q.r.THEEL Removed 604 North Sixth St„ I Philadelphia. pd&TàF.ÎWrifllsSÂf'Kï! ItUul amUta X,,|tr<»')'rit('tlt*„l ktj>,-rlenre, 1 ■>• IMplomi, I'rov.'ik lll.ooll POISON. fkIS IM-O-I. M l.(-ARISE êf LOS«* OF POWER. rial rs.ra.ea JNc . _ mautntly iVrc.i In 1 to 10 v.noffocl«, i HyoriKelr, L„*t Mm, h ,hi<I, etc. Trioum, ot \>y „all. Sena; «». J rnntK%mr.lar iS«n„l y Honk cirtn. Truthful lufnrmu.; lion » 11.1 EXPOSING OUAI'RS th.lr n,u.k. «S Ctreu l»r,. Hour. » to J Kr,.. « lo »; Watt, and 8»t. Kv^.. • la 10; Sun .Stoll; E>,. .Slog Who« vm writ* UontU. paper. RoirO »od lodglD. I f dualled. In "OueulmilWt." î BLACK Made from cloths that will not fade, DIAGONAL that will wear long without becoming glossy, that will 8UIT8 hold their shapes and that will give you satisfac tion. Nearly all the Black Suits we sell, except the lower grades, are of our owifc make— fcvery garment made right here i n the building. Whole Suits with Sack Coats for $8 ; with Cutaway or Sack Coats at «10, $12 50, $15 and upward. We exercise great care in selecting the materials and Suits in these goods, as there is nothing more disgust* ing than black goods which will not hold the color. Full lines of Prince Albert Suits at $15, $16 and $18 and up to $25. r We close at 6 p. m. except Saturdays. JAMES T. MDLL1N S SON, Clothing, 6th & Market Sts., Wilmington, Hats Shoes I ASK TO SEE THE PATENTED EXTENSION BOSOM WHITE SHIRTS. They embrace some new ideas in shirt making They come in two grades, 75 cents and $1. Yon will find them perfeot fitting shirts. Hole agents for Wilmington. • î Men's Fnrnishers, C03 Market St. We Laundry Collars for 1 Cent. gXTRA LARGE tv. *• PE# COlt, FOR FAMILY USE, $ 4 . 75 . H. M. HAYES, 103 Maryland Avenue. Phone 807. i BANKING and financial. RENTS Carefully Collected. Settlements Promptly Made, Discounts Allowed Owners. Taxes and Insurance Paid. E. H. GAYLEY, Seveatli and Market Sts, Artisans' Savings Bank SC. 102 MJtIKtT STIEET. ( IWllmington, Delaware, ■ Open dallv from B o'clock a. m. until 4 p. tc ■ 870,9*8 77 8708,178 83 Asset*. ! Deposits, Surplus, •• . < 9117.763 lift IStMMttAUowe'fl or. deport tt of mooej Ur one or iünrec*;«n 1 a r month« at th« rata of • per omn. *tr «n» ui% Mocej leased e.j mortgx$ee on rax ■*b*. AUGUSTUS McCAULLEY, Preside«. T. ALLEN H II,Les. Vloe-lWurnL a, f, TAYLOR, Sec'y and Trees. „ , JOSEPH M.:MATHER, Auditor •May L r«i-j Fob paust MILWAUKEE BEER DONAHOE, J in Bottles, 51b J Orange 3t. eee k bole Ageat.