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! I Baking 1 Powder ASâOWmY PURE WEDNESDAY FOR LUCK' Couples Who Chose Yester day to Start Life Together. PRETTY HAPPY BRIDE8 IN WHITE Bad to the Altar H» frond Young Groom» In the Presence of Admiring ;Relatlvea aud Friends—Frettj Ceremony at St. il Home Wedding*. •I ohn'a—Si All communications Intended for lnaerlon <U this column should be addreened to Hociety Kdl I or, care of the Kvkiiino JotmsAL. Com munication« aliould be written on one elde of the paper only. Wedded at St. John's, Miss Helen Moots Wooleton, daughter of Mrs. Ella 9. M Wooleton, of the City of Mcxleo, and nleoe of Colonel Kaocb Moore, Wilmington's postmaster, was married In St. John's P. E. Church, Twenty-first aDd Market streets, to llobert William Smith, at 6 o'olook last evening. The ceremony, which was performed by Archdeacon George Ü Hall, reotor at Ht. John's, was oue of the prettiest of the eeason, end was witnessed bv a large number of relatives and frleuds The full choral services was used, the boy c.bolr inarching la singing "The Voice That Breathes O'er Eden." This was followed by the wedding march from Lohengrin, as the bridal party entered the church After the march, Stainer's • Seven Fold Amen" was sung. The recessional was "PralBe Ye the Father." The rector met the bridal party at, the nave, at the foot of which the betrothal took place. The ceremony was performed in the sauotnary. The chnrch was artistically decorated, principally with fern» and dogwood bios soms. Tb* choir waB screened by the dogwcod fltwer, aud the ohancel was bauked with palms. The pulpit was nearly hidden by palms and dogwood and rare plants were distributed all over the edifice. The bride entered the chnrch with Colonel N. It Benson. Bbe was met at the nave by the groom and hie attend ants. Miss Mattie Perkins wsb maid of honor, and A. D Peoples was bast man. The naher» were James H. Bagge, Jr., William W Knox, Charles M Townsend rud John Brennan, of Baltimore. The bride wee given away by her mother. The bride wore a handsome gown of white silk made eu traîne, with lace and pearl trimmings. The front was of accordion plaited chiffon. A pretty and notable featnre of the bride's ooatume is the fact that It was worn by her mother at her own marriage In Wilmington many years ago A bunch of lilies of the va'ley fastened her lougtnlle veil. She carried a prayer book, heantl fully bound la white seal with gold trim tilings. Mies Perkins, her attendant, wote a dainty creation of ptnk-flowercd French organdie over pink silk aud oar rled a bunco of piuk sweet peas. Following the ceremony au Informal reception was held In the parish build ing After this a supper for the bridal party was glvnu at the home of Mr. aud Mrs Smith, No 910 King street. Guests were present from the City of Mexico, Taxas, Boston, New York, Phlia Oelphla, Washington and Baltimore Présentât the euoper were- Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Wooleton. Mies Mattie P.tklns, A D Peoples, Colonel N R Bsneon. William A Knox, James H. Beggs, Jr. Charles M. Townsend, John Brennan, Mr. and Mts Charles B Uobb. Mr. and Mrs. Smith went on an extended titp. Pretty Wedding at Their Own Home, Miss Ella May Olondand Francis Bailey Carpenter, wore married at 8 o'clock la»t evening In their own home. No. 424 West Seventeenth street, by Rev Ftelerlck W. Lewis, of Rodney Street Presbyterian Church. Tbe bride wore while figure taffeta silk trimmed with chiffon aud pearl trimmings and was attended by Mias Margaret Rogers, as bridesmaid who wore bine Iudla silk. Pretty little Mabel Carpenter was maid of honor aud brought In the kneeling onahlon ahead of the bridal party. Frank N. Overdeer «as beat uau, at d B F. Seay and J. B Carpenter were ushers A reception was held after which the frlenda departed leaving Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter In full possession of their new home, which owing to their energy and good taato has been made very pretty and venient. Among those present were: Mrs. Anna Grier and Miss Emily Mays, of Philadelphia; Mrs. William rett aid Mrs G B ter, of Union ville; Montgomery, Mies LenaCleud and Frank Cloud, of Kinuett Square; Dr and Mrs. E .1 Marshall and Mies Phoebe Marshall, of North Brook ; Mrs John P. Wales, the Misées Wal*a, Mrs. R J McKay, the Misses McKay, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Rogers, Mra L. P. Back, Mr aud Mrs T. J. White, Miss Margaret Caldwell, Mies Sophia Caldwell, Mrs E A SI z'er. Mr. and Mrs. George Eakln. Mrs Margaret Olocd Mr and Mrs. Frank Ileinkle, Frank Cloud, Wil Ham Cloud, Mr aud Mrs. Benjamin Wirt Mr. and Mrs P. W. ;Yeargtr. Mr. and Mrs John 'Roberts, Mr aud Mrs George Merltt, Mrs, Hanna Jester, Mr aud Mr» Htld, Mins Leads Rohioton, Miss Mamie Robinson Mr. and Mrs Adam March, Mrs Saille Lysinger, Miss Frances Scott, Mrs Dutton, Mis. Elisabeth nan, John Brennan, Mr. Mia. I B Carpenter, Mrs. Sidney B Carpenter, Arthur Carpenter, W O Maori, Miss Bowman, Mrs Hommorite. Marlon A Kingman, Miss Ida Patten' Mias France« H Carpenter. MissFiorenoe Scott Carpenter and D. O Hastings. i--il Gar Oarpen Mlss Lillie Bren and Alexander- Wheeler. Miss Sara Lovell Wheeler, daughter of Joseph 8. Wheeler, and Thornes Caleb Alexander were merried laut night at the home of the bride, No 9104 Madison etreet R«v. Merritt Hulburd, S T. D., of Grace Chnroh, rfficlated. Only tin medial.» relatives of bride and were present. grtom Church Wedding at Georgetown. Bp-.'Clal Correepondehce Evening Journal. ^ Ap.-ll 39—A pretty, qniet wedding waa sol.mnlzed in the Methodist Episcopal Chnrch here jester day afternoon at 3 30 o'olook, Her. 0. A. Uric«, the pastor, officiating Tbs bride was Mise Saille E Macklln, of this town, and George O. Graham, of near Seaford, was the groom. The ushers . were Harry Oraham. brother of the groom, and Albert F. Polk. George W Jones acted as best man, and little Minnie Kreer, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The bride wore a handsome traveling gown of asbeB of rose cloth, with bat and gloves to match. The chnrcb was tastefully decorated with potted plant» and cat flowers, with a handsome arch of qyergreans. from which was suspended a trae lover's knot of apple blossom. Beneath this the bridal party stood. First came the usher», next the groom and his beet man ; then the flower girl with the bride's boquet of white lilacs, and last the bride leaning on the arm of her brotber-ln-law, W. W. Wolf, who gave her away. Miss Wllla Morgan played the wedding march. An Informal reception was held at the home of Mrs. W. W. Wolf, sister of the bride, on Tuesday night, on account, of the serious Illness of a brother. The newly wedded pair left on the 3 47 north-boand train for a visit to Washington. Mr. and Mr». Graham will make their future home In Georgetown. Anderson—Belch«. Chhstkmtown. Md , April 80—A wedding was solemnized at the residence of E. O Kelche, in Chestertown, yest.r day morning. The parlies were Mise Mary Matilda Reichte, of Chestertown, and Solon E. Anderson, of Baltimore otty. Dr. 8. 0. Roberts was the officiât Ing minister. The parlor was profusely decorated with beautiful flowerlug plant» end palms. The bride was given away by her father, and during the marriage service the wedding march was played by Cnarlcs G. Woodward, of Baltimore. The bride wore a handsome gown of elec trio blue, trimmed with oornflywer col ored silk. Mr end Mrs Auderson left on the steamer Emma Ford Immediately after the ceremony for Baltimore aud au extended bridal tour through the North, Jones-Bowe Marriage, Grkknbborocor, Md., April 80 —L. Itvlog Jones, of Philadelphia, was mar ried In Greensborough yesterday to Miss Iva Lowe, youngest daughter of Mrs Margaret A. Lowe. For; a, number of year» toe bride was a teacher In the pnblio schools of Greensborough, Caro ilnecounty. Miss Margaret Lowe, niece of the bride and daughter of ex State Treasurer J. Thomas Lowe, of Little Creek, Del., rendered the wedding march. Rev E R. Rich performed the ceremony. Lawrence Satterfield and Dr. F. R. Malone served as ushers The bride was given away by her brother, F. H Lowe. She was attired in a travelling suit of steel colored mohair, with velvet and passamenterle trimmings to match and a vest of white satin. The marriage took place at the bride's home. The parlor deco rations were beautiful, there being a magnificent oauopy of apple blossoms and a large floral bell of white Ulaop. Social and Personal Note*. I. N. Mills, of Clayton, was seen on Market street this morning, W. A Richards, of Oxford, Md., Is registered at the Clayton House. Mies Swerts, of West Twelfth Btreet, while In Philadelphia yesterday, came near being run down by a pair of spirited horses. Miss Emma Alberts has returned from a visit to Laurel. David P. Miller has gone to California for the benefit of his health. Mrs. E. S. M Woolston, of Jthe City of Mexloo, who has been living at the Clayton House since February, will go to Boston to -day for a visit among friends there. Mrs Esther A. Smedley, of West Chester, Pa , is being entertained by her nephew, Eagene M. Chambers. Robert D Hoffjeker, Jr, of Smyrna, spent to-day In Wilmington. Rev George W. Dame, of Smyrna; Rev. C. A. Grise, of Georgetown; Mrs James L Wolcott and C. F. Richards, a prominent lawyer of Georgetown, were some of the important visitors from down state in Wilmington tc-day. Wilbur F. Jackaop, a prominent cltlz-tu of Baltimore, vlelted friends In Wilmington yesterday. Clarkson Jennings will spend to-mor row in Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs Willard Sanlrbnry, Jr., returned from the South this morning. Clay Tucker, of Pittsburg, Pa., le registered at the Hotel Jennings. Delaware Ultv Doing*. Special Cor:eepondence Evening Journal Dklawark City, April 30—Mrs Mary Harmon, of Townsend, is the guest of her elster. Miss Janvier. Mise Mollis Pordham has returned from a two weeks' visit in Wilmington. Geirge Wharton Is quite ill. Miss Mat.tle Janvier nas gone to Clay ton, N. J,, to see her nleoe, Mrs. Raimoud, who Is 111. Mice Anna A Pennington has returned from a vielt to Mrs. William H L Sand, of McDonough, Del. Mies Essie Cole, of Dover, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. William H. Lc-fl-nl, of McDonough, has returned to her home Mrs Boote, of Wilmington, who has been the guest of the Misses Clark near town has returned to her home. Mrs. Thomas Btle3, of Philadelphie, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Brewer. : This Is a Busy Time of Year For people patting their homes to rights, cleaning and renovating Painting Is receiving dne attention* for this Is tbe esason when most of that le doue. We are interested In painting and selling paints aud are equally glad to serve in either capacity. Pare ready mixed paints in stock or an estimate to paint your bouse, as yon choose. James M Bryan & Son, 107 West Eighth street. Registration (»nicer. Appointed. Governor Watson has appointed the following registration offlaere: Rufus J. Mills, registrar West election district of Little Creek hundred, Sussex orunty; Thomas A. West, alternate registrar, Indian River hundred; Walter K BsDd 1er, alternat» registrar, second election district, St. Georges hundred. PATERSON MELTS AWAY The Prettiest Game on a Wil mington Field for Years. THEY GOT OHLY FIVE HITS They Bid Not Do Patereon Am Good Bn It Booked Had for the Boost Team for the First Few Innings— Flret-Dlass Game To-day. Wilmington won another victory yes terday. it was tbs easiest thing the team haa done reoently. Bat It required good playing and sound judgment It was easy only because the Wllmlngtou players put up just snob playing. The esore was 0 to 4 There were abont 800 people present, threatening weather having kept back many wboae enthusiasm has not reached the rooting stage. It Is Dot well In scanning the score to dwell too long on the error column That would give one the Impression that Berryblll, for Instance, had not played good ball. As a matter of faot Captain Bob was In a great measure responsible for Wilmington's gotd showing His borne run In the eighth Inning was jnst wbat was needed at that preolso time Th» game opened with WllmlDgton at the bat. It took jnst seven balls to re retire them to the held. The first ball that Nops pltohed was bit by Torreyson for a base hit. The next two batters went ont on neatly fielded balls, bat meanwhile Torreyson had reached third and a base on balls, a single by Smith and a double by Fitch gave Patereon three runs Elton retired the side by a tharp grounder to Berryblll which Bob neatly fielded When the Inning closed a hush akin to the Bllence of death eettled over the One might have though he wae In attendance at a meet tng of Theo8opbists discussing Karma for all the noise that was made. The cranks had eettled it that Wilmington would lose. Their feelings to this effect were only Intensified by the fact that until the seventh Inning neither side scored aDd but three hits were made by both sides Bat in the seventh something occurred that woko up the "fans,,' and oaused shouting that might have beau heard In Smoky Hollow, It was nothing more nor less than the (coring of two runs by Wilmington. This is bow It happened. Welch was sent to first on called balls. Gallagher advanced him a base on a sacrifice hit. Then Captain Bob caught one of Mo Mackiu's Intended delusions on the eud of his bat for a two-bagger. Welch scored Drew followed BerryhlU's lead and brought Captain Bob home ell's sacrifice hit advanced Drew to third, bnt it was of no use ss Pitcher McMaokln gobbled np McIntyre's little bunt and threw him out at first, retiring the side. Bat the score stood two to three. The home team waked np, and the rooters made enough noise for a free silver or a Single Tax convention. "Cjlonei" Nopo hoouad it his duty, with able assistance from the balance of the team, to retire the three Paterson batters In the seventh on five pitched balls, and he didn't do a thing bnt that. But it wae the eighth that set the crowd wild with exuberant glee. McIntyre concluded to let ont a reef In hie Wagnerian concert voles, which np to this time he had kept oloBe healed. And this wae why those things were. Bpratt went to first base on Taylor's error. He was destined to remain there only a short time, though Nops, who fol lowed him, weut out by a sharp grounder which Paterson's second basem au fielded handily. Ooe Mr. Welch, who Is by profession a baseball catoher, and of whose batting ability Paterson pitchers seem to be chary, was sent to tiret on oalled bells Mr. Gallagher, whose name Is already known of men, thought It befitting his station and opportunities to pat the ball down In deep oenter and advance the aforesaid Mr. Welch to the third station on that jonrney which all good ball playars endeavor to make. Spratt scored Then a oertaln before mentioned Captain Bob Berryhlll concluded that It weald reflect honor on Wllmlngton'e representatives if he were to make a home run. Well, he made it When he did, no man of unquestioned sanity Is oapable of telling what the fans did. Suffice to eay that the diu ceased »Imply because they all beoame too hoarse to )s peek above t whisper. In Paterson's half of the eighth Mr. Wagner, of that team, not to be ontdone probably, considered that it behooved him also to make a home ran. Atanyratehe made It, though there are tome perhaps over zealous local rooters who eay he didn't know be did it. Of a verity It so happened that Wagner knocked the ball down third base Hue to left field aud through the only hole that remains In the whole baeeball park fence He circled the but Mr. Long wl>l see that no such similar accident occurs. At least not tbie season That hole la closed. The six men on both aides were put out lu the ninth by just three balls each. That is, ouly eighteen halls were pltohed during the Inning. Catcher Welch retired the last two men of the visitors by catch ing two foul balls which were literally grand stand plays, he having to against the stand at full speed to get both. All In all. It was a great game. The score: crowd of rooters. N»w Even Mr bases ran WILMINGTON. R. H. P.O. A. E. . 2 18 11 .... 2 1 3 l U .... 1 2 12 0 2 .... 0 1 I 0 fl .... 0 0 2 0 0 .... 0 0 2 2 0 «... 0 0 1 U 1 .... 1 0 0 0 0 ... 0 0 0 3 0 Woleh. C. Gal lasher, s. » . Berryblll, lb. : re«, of.. Newell. 3b. Mi lntyre,2b. Montgomery, l.f.... Kpratt, r,f. J. Nops, p. Totals. . 6 6 27 PATBKZOX. 8 R. H. P.O. A. K 1 1 o 3 0 Torryeon. 8b. KUlackev, r.f, Taylor, 81.. .. er, lb... Hmlth.c. f.... Fitch, a.a. Elton, c. Heldrlck, l.f. McMaokln, p. 1 o o i 3 2 1« (I 112 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 <• Totals.. 4 0 27 13 2 UY 1NNIHOR. Wilmington Paterson .... Earned runs—^Wilmington. 3; Peterson, 2. Two-bane bite—Gallagher.- Berryblll, Drew, Fitch. Thtor-tmee hit—Wegner. Home raw —Herryhl 1 and Wagner. Sacrifice hit»— Newell and Gallagher. Base on balls—Uff Nop», 1; off McMaokln, 2. Struck out—By Nope, 2; by McMackln, 3 Stolen b.<eee Torryson. Doable play—Wagner. Left on ha«»s—Wilmington 1; Paterson, 8, Time— 1.30. Umpire—ilace. Other Gamee Yesterday. Newark didn't do a thing to tbe Met ropolitans at New York yesterday. Aud ..000 0 0 3 4 0 o-« .3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0—4 it wiH all on acconnt of tba "Mets'' see ond baseman, club s six errors; and all were at oritio» 1 stages of the game. The score: He made three of the Newark. Meiropollten .2 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0-9 .3 0 0 U30OU0-5 Hit»—Newark. 11; Metropolitan. 8. Error»— Newark. 8; Metropolitan, B Batteries—Brla tow and J. KotbfUH»; I.arui e and Foster. I'm plree—Jones and HulUvan. The New Haven's lost for the fécond time la the third of Its series with Hart ford, at the latter city yesterday. And it was almost a shat out. Tbie was dae to Hartford's pltober, Vickery, wbe kept New Haven gneaslng throughout the game. The score: Hartford... New Haven Batteries—Vlokery and Bottenus; Mackle and Hodge. .0 0 5 1 0 • 0 1 x—7 . o o e o o o o o l-i Atlantic League Standing. W. L. P.0 Newark.I Wilmington. Hanford. Paler»on. New Haven. Metropolitan. :t « « ,. .. : 400 - ;ua I .s 4 : BJ National League Standing. W. L. P.C. W. L. P.C. 7 * .777]Brooklyn... 6 6 .800 7 3 .700 Baltimore.. 5 8 .600 8 4 .S00j Chicago. 6 8 .600 4 .000 Cleveland .. 4 5 .444 4 .OOOiNew i'ork.. 1 9 .100 Pittsburg... Phlia. Cincinnati. 0 Ht. Louie, Boston... Washington 6 4 .0 At, Louisville .. 1 9 '100 8 Where They Play To-day. New York at Philadelphia. Washington at Brooklyn, Baltimore at Breton. Pittsburg at Lonisvllle. Cincinnati at Cleveland. St, Loots, at Chicago. An Error In the Schedule. According to the Atlantic League schedule, the Paterson team le expected to do something to day that has never yet been attempted In baseball nothing more nor less than playlDg two games of baseball lu the same afternoon In cities 130 miles apart. The Paterson team Is slated for to-day with a game here, aud oue also at Paterson with the New Haven Club Of ernrse It can't ba done. The players will not conclude the game here until at least 5 30 o'clock and as they would be en route to Patereon for four hours, they wonld have to play by moonlight or electric light. This is Oat of This League, Princeton College defeated Lehigh yes terday by a score of 19 to 1. Philadelphia Is happy again home team Is playing fast ball, delpbla will finlih no lower than third and probably second and possibly first," Is Joyce's prediction. New York is getting It hard from critics everywhere, want Rusle. Freedman says "nit. a matter of fact, even with the great Amoa, New York wtnld have no license to defeat Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Clive land, Boston. Baltimore or Pittsburg Manager Irwin, of New York, is trying a new pitcher whose name he refuses to give. The ' Phila The local crank» A. Arthur Irwin pnt on Zearfoss' uniform yesterday and got on the coich line him self. since he used to do a tarn on the coach er's line In a Philadelphia uniform Basle's cese will not be settled by the League's Board of Directors until next Fall, and if Amos does not accept Freed man's ultimatum be will Ioubs a season's salary. According to Mr. Irwin, every one of He might get He bee gained mach In weight hie players Is a "star, a few comets, p'anets or constellations to help tbe * si«!» ' win a game. Among tb«i Wheelmen. Manager Long of tbe btaeball club was the guest of several members of the wheel club last night. Tbe pool tournament of the Wilming ton Bloyole Club has not yet been con eluded Tbe wheel olnb conmittee on better street paving In conjunction with a similar committee from the Board of. Trade will make a report to that body atr Its next meeting. The wbeelmeu are making prépara tion8 to take a big crowd to Delaware City on Saturday. Sports Klnetoscoped. Mr. Long will probably put lu Amoie again to day Wilmington goes to New York to morrow morning to play the Metropoli tane. To-day's game will by the last on the home grounds until Monday, when Hart ford and Wilmington will play. There should be a large attendance at the park to-day, this belng.the last game for tbe week Mr. Wagner In himself forms e large percentage of the Patereon slab He had sixteen put outs yesterday six of which were unassisted. Hts unaided beantlfnl double play wae one of the interesting features of the game. Perlee O. Sister and Samuel Middleton, of Wilmington, will accompany the Haverford Cricket Clnb on Its trip to England in Jnne. Neither club has any rope on to-day's game. Both are after tbe pennant. To get it they mast win games, and a first class exhibition of baseball should re ward the spectators. The High School Athletic Association will meet to-morrow afternoon to ar range for its field day at Rlvervlew on Jane 4 Mr. Mace Is an Impartial umpire His decisions are sometimes questioned, but so far no one can say that be has not acted fairly and with decision. There should be a very large attend ance of women at to-day's game, particularly as this is "Ladles' Day." No charge will be male for either admission or grand stand Its 3MSj£ £ r jy DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL PARLORS, 703 Market St., Wilmington, Del. Extracting Without Pain. EXTRACTING. . .. WITH VITALIZED AIR OR GAS WITH "TONALGIA," wide awake TEETH FILLED WITH SILVER WITH AMALGAM. GOLD FILLINGS. Set of Teeth, Best 8at, on Rubber, Bold and Alluminum Plates. Bold C*ps and Crown and Bridge Work. to . N o ! 7io *1 tp 6C 5»o $s *1 Dentistry in ill Branches. THOMAS McflUGfl, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER •KO. 13 'MARKET BTREET, Wilmington, Delaware THE NEW STORE OPEN EVENINGS. Still Making $20 Suits Still Selling Them at SI2. i Don't misunderstand this—we're not losing $8_we're even making a slight profit. And yet, clever buyers are $8 in nooket on every purchase. This is why: ** Last year WE, sb makers, sold simiiiar Suits for #15 while ordinary dealers were exacting $20. LaBt Fall wo made'excep tionally favorable cloth purchases and hence are now enabled to oiler better suitB than in '95 at three dollars less ner suit TWELVE DOLLARS, mind you. No "dealer'' may sell equai value under twenty. 1 The Suits are of American Long Fibre Worsteds, tested to contain 100 per cent. wool. The patterns are exclusive checks plaids and pin stripes—the cut and finish as particularly good ' the designs—and the Baving decidedly in keeping. You'll prove your wisdom, your thrift and your good taste in the purchase of one. as N. SNELLENBURG & GO., PHILADELPHIA. Largest Clothiers and Furnishers in the World, MARKET AND SEVENTH STS WILMINGTON. •9 ITEMS OF INTEREST, Tipple—"Had you known your hneband very long when you married him?" Sybil— "What a foolish queetton! Do you think I'd have married hlm if I had?''—Truth. Pure blood D tbe safeguard of health. Keep your blood nur«, rich and lull' of vitality by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and you will not need to fear the attack« of disease. Hood'» Pills cure liver Ills, constipation annulce,s lek headache, biliousness. 23o. "How old 1» Dicky Doddles?" said one yonng woman. "Oh, twenty, I should s»y." "Are you eure he'» so young?" * Ye», he's Buch a woman hater."—Washington star. MARRIED. A LEX ANDER— WHIC ELER.—At the reel deuce iif the bride's father, Joseph S.Wheeler, * o 91»>4 Med Ison street, on April 29, by Rev. Mi-rrltt Hulburd, S. T. D., Thomas Caleb Alexander and Sara Lovell Wheeler, both of this city. BRAUWAY—ANDFHSON.—At the Union M. Ë. parsonage. No. 505 Washington street, on Mouday morning April 27. 1S96, by Rev. John D C. Hanna, Edward L. liradway and Mins Lillie Anderson, both of New Castle county, Delaware. HOBSON—8CRAETON.—James A. Hobson aud Mlt>s Florence I. Hcrafion, both of this city, by hev. O O. Buddlngton, at hie resi dence. No. 917 West Fourth street. Friday evtuing. nun CLARNEN.—In Philadelphia. April 28, 189«, William H. Clarnen, aged 28 year». DILLON.—On the 38th instant, Henry D. Dl I Ion. aged 50 years. Fanerai on from hi» late avenue. and Brandywine Cemetery. flower». G ALLAGHER -On April 20, 189«, William S. Gallagher. SMITH —On the 24th Instant, Alfred Henry Smith. M E , aged 28 years. I Thursday April 30, at 3 p. ro., residence. No. 1801 Pennsylvania Interment private at Wilmington Please omit Lichtenstein&Hart 415 MARKET STREET. EXCLUSIVELY CARPETS AND DRAPERIES. Administer Carpets, Manufactured by Alex Smith & Sons The Hartford Carpet Company. $1.00 per yard New and Chdice Designs. 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