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ONLY DEMOCRAT^ DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE. EVERY DAY E AC MT UNTAT, ' JOURNAL PRINTING COMPANY, PUBLISHERS. VtJUBXH AND SHIPLEY STREETS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, ■ Entered at the Wilmington pout office ond-olaes matter. aa eeo BUBBOHU'tlON RATES. ON ADV AHOI.) HJXI ■me year. BIX months. VUrea months.. Due month... . IÆ .76 JI ADVERTISING RATES. Oarda furnished on application. TUESDAY, JUNE », 1 »IMI. Help a Good Cause, A week In the country means seven dsys of delight to a city bred child, no matter whether he belongs to rich or poor parents. Rural life appeals most strongly to a child's nature, There Is a freedom attached to It which Just suits a boy or girl and tones up his or her mental, moral and physical condition Gas of the most praiseworthy lines of public charity Is the country-week movement for the worthy poor. It has been in vogue In other cities for several years, but only within the past two or three years has It exercised its beneficent It (luanos in Wilmington, The Associated Charities, which I s the leading philanthropic organization in the atats, sent quits a number of families to the oonntry last Bummer, aud has become so thoroughly convinced of the good ac complished, that it will redouble Its i (Torts In that direction during the hot season just opening. To accomplish Its object It mast have money, aud it looks ts a charitably disposed community to supply it. Tbtrs should be a liberal rat pense to Its appeal, for it Is au organ Izatlon whlob knows, frim lougexpsr I mire and careful management, bow to make a dollar obtain, for the worthy poor, the largeet made of enjoyment and healthful reoreartlon. The graduating class at West Point this year Is led by a descendant of the Stuarts of Virginia His family were Confederates bat no one thinks the less of this bright young soldier on that ac count. 'Let ns have peace. Colonel IngsrsolTs auditors have found out that they do uot gain much by Inter ruptlug his lioturea. The Colonel goes well los ded. till Dangers of tbe Elements. There is no doubt that we know more about the weather and tbe conditions that tre liable to produce storms, at any given point, than at any preceding age of the world. But this knowledge of our scientific men who have been for yoars, many of them under government pay, In securing It, has only taught them bow little they really know, verifying tbe old truism that the more a mau thinks be knows, the lees he knows Many of the recent storms that have wrecked our Western cities, towns and villages came without tbe slightest warning from those whose dnty It ts to Inform us of impend ing danger from tbe elements. We frequently hear people say in different parts of the country how thank ful they are that they do not live In those sections of the country where they have No doubt snob cyclones and tornadoes, remarks have often been made by the residents of Bt. Louis a» well as by those of New England. It la true tbe West has, so far In onr history, been more afflicted than the Bist, yet it will not do for this section of tbe country to pride Itself upon Its (resdoqp from disasters of this nature. St Louis was no more surprised by tbe late terrible tornado than was Charleston, on tbe Atlantic coast, in Sobth Carolina, by tbe terrible earthquake which took place there a few years ago Previous to that event anyone residing In that locality would have said that there never had been and never would be an earthquake there. Aeeoidlng to popular superstition, for we can call It nothing else, earthquakes had no right north of the Gulf of Mexico and the Charlestonians were just as much surprised when their massive stone and brick buildings came tumbling about their beads as tbe Inhabitants of Boston and New York would be to-day. Canada and evsn Alaska have had shocks of earthquakes and many of the storms of the East which have devastated tbe Atlantic seaboard would have been de nominated oyelones or tornadoes If they bad occurred In the West. All of this goes to show that no part of oar country can feel Itself exempt from these convulsions of nature whlob cams without warning. Have the people of tbe Bast forgotten the Johnstown floed in Pennsylvania which swept 4,000 souls into eternity? To go a little further bach, can they not remember that 135 persons were killed In Eds, P«.. by a tornado In 1875; and, coming still farther East into tbe very heart of Connecticut, a tornado visited New Haven county in 1878 that carried off thirty-four lives ano damaged property to the extent of two million dollars? Does not this proie that no section of the country can claim to be exempli It was St. Lonls last, It may be New Yoik or Boston next, end, though It is Impossible to prevent these occur rences, a knowledge of their coming would to a great extent prepare us for them and save a great loss of Vie aud property. Tbe Government should very properly assist our scientists to improve their kuowledge regarding storms and other convulsions of nature. Statesmen like Senator Tillman mis take notoriety for popularity, and con damnation for appiaase. Of the political circus. Bon Tillman ia the oiowu._ Snrprliea never cease, and logically considered, the right candidate for the sliver loving Democracy should be Senator Hill of New York. He hte been posing as a so and money man of late, but that is • trills, and be la et tit ltd lo the nomination for bavin); announced bo orten, * I am a Democrat." In view of the recent action In the Senate, gold may be expected to take to Itself wings. Reed is still being urged to accept'the vice presidential nomination on the Mc Kinley ticket, but he remains ''silent." THE STORY IN RHYME. From the New York Tribune. Said T. O. Platt to M. 8. Quay, 'I never (bought you'd rnu away," Said M. S, gnay to T. C. Plait. "I hid to flud where I woe at." Salti Thomas (J. to Matthew 8 , "If yon have found 1 lose my gueee Said Matthews, to Thomas C. •'You're pretty weak at repartee/' s 8«ld TCP. to M H. g.. "I wouldn't have deserted you." Said M. 8. g. toT. O. P.. •T never have deserted me." EDITORIAL COMMENT. The report tfirus out to be true that the Khalifa has proclaimed a holy war against Egypt aud has called out all the dtrviahes who are capable of bearing arms. France la likely to protest In vain against this British military expedition up the Nile vail ey.—New York Adver User. The American people like fair play. When they see everybody jumping on one they feel like taking a hand in the scrimmage, too.—Syracuse Post. When yon hear the holy war spoken of you cannot tell whether It la the Turkish slaughter of Christians, the affair In Egypt or the Salvation Army. These things should be tagged when so many are mailing at one time. —Pittsburg Times. A young woman visiting in Pbiladel pbla committed suicide because a resident admirer proposed marriage Well, we ere sorry for her; but she certainly escaped pretty easily.—Chicago Dispatch, Bismerokls declining days are being passed In retirement and private life. After the storm and stress of the battle field and legislative contests, he rests In the quiet of bis own boms, secure in the confidence and affection of his country men.—Syracuse Post. Colonel W. 0. P. Breckinridge is again a candidate for Congress and the women of the district are organizing to defeat him * Here's hoping they will be successful.—Toledo Blade. CONTEMPORARY OPINION, The North Pole. From the Boston Advertiser. If Dr. Nansen returns and tells the world that ha has succeeded In reaching the pole, fats statement will be at once and nnbesttatingly accepted; or if any written statement clearly in his own handwriting precedes bis coming, that will pnt all doubts at rest. He is a man of honor, far above all tricks of seif glorification. Hi Is brave, skilful, patient, nntlrlng; adventurous of course or ha would uot he the ludominitable Are tic explorer that he is well known to be, that he shooed himself to bn long before be set oat on board the Fram on that memorable aud romautlo yet carefully planned and thoroughly equipped voy age whose results the civilized world baa awaited with keenest Interest from that tlma to this. Whatever anyone may sensational story, no one can deny that great things are, with the best of leasons to ha hoped for from bis enterprise. Probably his was the best equipped, most wisely planned Polar cxpedlibu ever nndertakeu throughout the long, tragic aud marvellous history of the search for the secrets hidden In that mysterious region where there Is no longitude, the atitnde ts 00 degress north, and the pole star is at the zenith. They who carp and sneer at the struggle to reach the North Pole, who affect to consider "the game uot worth the! candle," who see In the centuries o'd endeavor nothing but a succession of quixotic, madcap attempts iu which untold sufferings have been endured and precious lives thrown away In quest of a mere geographical point, in efforts to realize a fantastic and foolish dream, are themselves the victim» of folly. They know not of wb»t they speak. Their error is greater than that which they Impute to others, aud in finitely less noble. about the latest think The New Trend of British Opinion. From the Loudon Spectator. We are not to day It will bo under stood, arguing whether this or that policy la wie», bat only attempting to Indieate the general drift of public opinion. That opinion, though xot quite abiolute on foreign affairs lo, neverthe leas, exceedingly powerful. The ways of the English are hard to explain to foreigners; but we take It that while they leave to auoeeseive governments a large amount of discretion to external afftlre, thay expect them to keep moving In tha general direction to which opinion points This Government for example, may negotiate with France pretty mach as it likes, bat It mnst not sut tender Egypt to bay sa allisnoe; while If it baa given up its right to control South Africa on the German de mand. Ik wonld, in «pile of its mejirliy, have been removed from power The British elector. In fact, tréats diploma Uata as be treats suy other experts— en glneers, doctors or solicitors. They do almost precisely what they please within tbe rales of their mystery, but they ard, nevertheless, to secure, so f*r as they can. certain results, falling which public confidence is almost curtain to desert them. Public opinion bee, for Instance said nothing as to Lori Fallsbar}'» methods of dealing with Armenia. It does not profess to know that Lord Salisbury in rejecting the violent tnethvd committed a mistake, bat it bas a reteat fai impression that it wanted tbe At menians protected, and that what It wanted It has uot obtained That is a coarse of weakness for Lord Salisbury tlfOnr prices are the cheapest In tbe oltj . A reduction of from 10 to 20 par cent, on all snndries. Bicycle clothing, caps, shoes, lamps, bells, etc. McDaniel & Merrlbew Cycle Co , Pioneer Cycle House, * No. 1011 Market street. Mrs. Tbatcher'c Purchase, Mansfield & White have sold for Frank M* Smith the ten room house, No. 1310 West Sixth street, to Fannie F. Thatcher for |3 000._ Get Cue of These Books, We have a few conies of a beautiful work, handsomely bound, containing eev eral hundred pic urea of high artistic merit, which will besold ât $1.75 a eopy, which la about ona-fenrth the publica tlon price. Also som« copies of R.nd and McNally's Cyclopedia at |2 25, worth four times the price asked. Can be seen at the Evening Journal office. Ladies, read tbs fashion article in this paper and seal ten cents to the Bvkmi G Journal yffio> for ta up-to dete pattern. WEEK SEVENT TO-NIGHT Dramatic Club Gives Its Last Play of the Season. A BARGE AUD BIOTOLE PA BIT Sir, aud Mre. McOaaeland Will Entertain In a Novel and Delightful Manner. DletlnguUhciI Women Fate Through Wilmington—Other Social Blättere of luteroat 'to Wilmington People aad Their Friends, All communications Intended for insertion In this column should he addressed to Society Editor, earn of the Evknino Journal. Com munications should he written on one side of the paper only. Dramatic Olab Play To-night. This week's sooisl event will occur to night, when the Wilmington Dramatic Clnb—that aggregation of clever am ateur actors will present "The Magia träte," the last play of the season. The plays given by tbs olno this sea son have been exceptionally well done, but the presentation of to-night ptom ises to eclipse anything yet done by the organization. Miss Walton will essay the role made famous by Ada Rehan, and It Is said that she resembles that wall known favorite of Augustin Daly, both In face and style The Misses Wales, and Miss Canby, all clever eneugh for the pro fesslonal stage, make up the feminine portion of the oast, Christopher L Ward plays the role of the widow's youthful son, aud others are Lieutenant Frier, L 8oott Townsend, Joseph Rich ardsçn, George Elliott, Joseph P. Wales, George Heffecker, Leonard E. Wales,Jr., Rogers Wilson. Austin Harrington and Francis H Hoffeoker, George Hoey Is coaching tbs players. Mrs. Tbnibor In Wilmington. Mrs. Henry T. Thnrber, wife of the private secretary of President Cleveland, and her five children passed through Wilmington yesterday afternoon at 3 30 o'clock on their way to their Bummer cottage at Marlon. Mass., just across the bay from Gray Gables. Barge and Bicycle Party. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. MeCinsland have issued invitations for a novel and de ligbtfnl cffiir on Thursday afternoon. It is nothing more nor less than a barge and bicycle party to Delaware City. Several of the guests will make up the barge party, while thebicyclists will ride to Delaware City by way of New Castle, aud return on the barge, which will be In tow of the tug Laura B Solon« On the Wheel, Members of the New Castle County bar who ride the bicycle for purposes of business and pleasure are H H. Ward, Andrew E. Sanborn, Willard Baulsbury, Jr.. C. L Ward, Lewis 0. Vantie grift. Leonard E Wales. Jr., H 0. Browne, J. Frank Biggs, William S Prlokett, Charles M. Curtis, Peter L. Cooper, Jr, Victor B Woolley, Arthnr W. Bptuance, John K Bradford, H. E Brlnghnrst, Willard Hall Porter and Josiah Marvel. Will Stay on ThU Side. Jonathan £. Rhodes, the emmimut evangelist of the Friends, Is expected home from E igland the latter part of this week and will be present at the meeting at Ninth and Tatnall streets on June 14 He will remain In America. Mrs. Vanderbilt In Wilmington The private car Bwanu&noa. of George Vanderbilt, passed through Wilmington this morning attached to a P , W. & B railroad train about 0 30 o'eloek. Mr. Vanderbilt'» mother and five gnests were aboard on their way from his residence, "Biltmore," near Asheville, N. C, to Jeteey City. jyileox-WllsoQ Marriage. Media, Jane * —Charles Percy Wilocx, a member of the Philadelphia and Dela ware county bars, was united in marriage yesterday at noon to Mrs Alice Mitchell Wilson at the residence of the latter, on South Orange street. Tbe ceremony was performed by Rev. Francis A. Brady, pastor of the Media Oatholio Church. The wedding was a very qalet affair, only the Immediate relatives of tha bride and groom being present, The groom is the eon of Colonel Joseph Wilcox, ex-state geologist, aud a member of the well known Wilcox family of this eonnty. Graduated From Swarthmore To-day Roland Kent, of Wilmington, was graduated from Swarthmore College this morning. Another gredaete was William John Morrison, of Illinois, a friend of Mr. Kent, and a visitor to hla Wilmiug ton home. Mist Qrlflltha a Graduate. Mies Allee A. Griffith, of Wilmington, is a mem hr of the graduating olais of Wllaon College. The commencement exercises are In full farce now, and yesterday tbe tennis touArament and Ivy planting ex«raires were held. Yeaterday afternoon Miss GrlfiUh planted tbe Ivy at the corner of the new chapel building The commencement exercises proper will be held to morrow. Social and Personal Notes. James B Clarkson has, returned from Atlantic City, where ha has been spend lag a few days, Mr. tad Mrs Joseph Swift, Mr and Mr«. William Swift and tha Misses Swift have returned from Philadelphia, where B. * O. R. R, RAIL AND BOAT EXCURSION. TO BAY RIDGE, (Maryland.) THE QUEEN RESORT OF THE CHESA PEAKE. SUNDAY, JUNE 14, Special Train and Rales as Follows; a. m. Rate. $1.00 $1 00 Leave Wilmington, D^awere Ave. 7 59 Wilmington, Market street 7.20 Baltimore.Canton wharf,err. 0 35 B»y Ridge, arrive ( Return trip will be m:da bv all rail Train leave« Bay Ridge at 5.80 p. m. arriving in Wilmington at 8 45 p. nr. A FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT, ETC. 11 45 Tickets will be good only on special train on day of sale. they attended the marriage of Joseph Bwl't and Miss Fancbon, of that city. Muses Charity and Sne Eanla, of Georgetown, and niece of Philadelphia returned to Georgetown from a visit to Philadelphia this morning. Miss Berdetta Hickman Is visiting her s ster Mrs. A 8 Hall at Chester ' Mr. and Mrs A. J. Burton have re turned from a short vielt to Philadelphia. Slater Falriamb and wife, of Oxford, Md , are the guests of his brother, Sidney H Falrlamb, of No. 1411 Adams street Thomas Mitchell left for Gettysburg, Pa., this morning to attend the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Fuaaral Directors' Association. Mias Maud Mulllu, of Oitawa, Canada, Is (pending her vsc.tlou with her aunt, Mrs. Dunn, of No. 1024 Maryland avenue. Harry Marshall, of Georgetown, has returned home from University of Penu sylvanla. Rev. A . D Davla, of-Georgetown, was in Wilmington this morning. Mrs. W. L Lednuuo, of Wilmington, went to Mew York city this morning to visit friends. William A. Mahoney, of Wilmington, who is teuiporsrily in London, has been laid up for two weeks nursing Injuries received by taking a header from a bicycle. He says that the éobbles of Old England are aa bard as those of Ame'iea Alexander B. Cooper has returned from Washington. Prothouotary Woolley la in Pbiladel pbla. Sargeant Albert Forman, and private Tszwell. of Company A spent Sutidav in New Castle. They went over on their wheels. Private Roy Hart, of Company A, la mentioned for regimental bugler |of the First regiment, N. G D. Second Lieutenant Eagene D. C. Bayne, who has been honorably dis charged, was a member of Company A, aud not of Company C, as stated In the Every Evening. George Pierce aud Thomas Chsff.lte are in Newark. Mias Julia Staat«, of Townsend, is visiting relatives In Wilmington. William B Simpler of the.class of '95, Wilmington High School, spant Sunday with bis friends at Booth's Corner. t Secretary of St.te Whiteman went to Dover this morning Miss Emma Foster is spending a week with Mrs. Frank Foster m Chester. Mr. end Mrs. George W. Long, of Rockdale, have been visiting friends In Wllmlugtoà. In and About Delaware City. Special Corref pomlence Evening Journal. Delaware City, Jane 9 —Misses Fenny aud Helen Cbealts are the gnests of friends In Trenton, N. J. Irvin Shepherd is visiting relatives in Dover. Mrs. Taylor, of Wilmington, is visit lug her sister, Mrs. Moody. MUs Ada Pennington, of Philadelphia, Is tbe guest of her aunts, the Mieses Janvier Misa Luca Frempt is visiting relatives in Phlladslpbia. W. W. Chsalrs vi.-it to Swarthmore. David Higgins Is visiting bis brother near McDonongb. Rev, J. Edwin Amos, of Wilmington, spent the day In town. Guy Vail and Charles McMuaa spent tbe day In Wilmington. Willie Jester Is visiting relatives in Dover. has returned from a L'terary Association Organized. Judge Grubb has granted a charter to the PLoejIx Literary Association of Wll mlngtou. The capital stock Is |l,0C0. 'HE U. S. GUNBOAT WILMINGTON Baa Been Named In Honor of This Citv. Initial Steps Towards Securing an Appropriate Gift for Her. The Navy Department has named one of the new at. Newport Wilmington, aud it is but fitting that the good people of this city should take cognizance of it. Other cities bavs done honor to themselves aud their namesak g and Wilmington should not be behind baud. With this object In view, the Evening Journal has started a subscription list the fund to be used for the purchase cf a diver service for the United States gniiboat Wilmington. The monry re ceived will be acknowledged lutheao co. umns and held subject to tbe orders of a committee of citizens which will be selected later. Tbe service will ha purchased of some dealer lu this city, to be decided upon by the committee. gunboats built News after this oily, . 810.00 JohnW. Lawson... Cash. Old Salt. A Subcriber.. Marin«. Old toldler. Oakum. Horace (+. Knowles. I. Singer. Lewis Saeee. Friend. w. L. Martin... William Lawton. Francis H. UotTecker.. Joseph L. Carpenter, Jr. Charles B. Lore. Peter L. Cooper, Jr. George Lodge. Hugh C. Browne. Paul Oiilis. Christopher L. Ward. Lewis O. Vandegrlft. Peter J. Ford. Patrick Monaghan.. Garrett J. Hart. H. R. Smith. George J Kleberg... IsaacC. Pyle.. John Booghman.. S. N. Smeltz.. Shellback. Delaware. L. B. Jones. Charles E. Woods.. • Joseph K. Adams. Seadog... James Mooaghan.... William Michael Byrne. Robert G> Harman. V H. Bacon. William 8 Hllles. Joseph 8. Dunlap...... George it. Carmichael, K. R. Cochran, or. J Frank Ball. Frank Woolley. Jesee K. Baylis. Samuel A. Macalllster,. George A. Elliott. T. F. Bayard. Jr. W. F. Kurtz. n. B Evans. H. H, Brlnghnrst,, Jr.... James 8. Dobb. J. Wilkins Oorcb. John 8. Rot-sell. Alvin R. Morrison. Artemas Smith.. Cash... Walter H. Hayes. E. D. R. Sutton. J H. Mansfield.. Juelaii Marvel.. J .Harvey Whiteman. Charles k. Du bell. WUmlngtonlau. 1 H L00 r, >>' /K i,'«i r. i o Kim 1.1« I no l.oo 6J • 5.00 E00 100 t.no 6 00 Bfii 6 (>' in 5 2 0)1 2 ■«' 2.00 L00 1 00 LOO LU LUO 840 l.m 6.00 5 10.00 L00 ;i (0 M.U. 6.00 5.00 3 ' 'I 5.0U ■ 1 .' - 510 6 (« 5 , 11 c 5 ■ 5.1« 1 LOO 25 UÜ 2 60 .■«1 m.no 6J« ' 2.00 L00 6 00 5 . jo ... 10.00 é nno 21« I W. O. Bryan. I w^LLednnm*™ jîÆJKîîïS^iVAV" -v,.. Gtaorye H. Towueend * Co. D. w.Taylor....... f • §, ï ' SprIn "* r . Spottewood Garland. WilliamT. Lynam. ..... J. W._Aydon... John P. Nlelde. Victor B. Woolley. Cash .. Edmund Mitchell, Jr. Branch H. Glle«.... H. 11. Ward. 11. L. Evan'i & Co_ ■I homas B. .Smlt h , Cash.. Joeopn !.. (lavender.. Preston Lea. William J. McOlary ... Frank J. Nloderraaier, John Bucks . Charles U, (layer. Charles H,Masse . M.H.t'aUuoii. F.W.Lang. Harry Glilis. The Charles Warner Compas y Clarkson lennlngs. Willard Hall Porter.. Joseph A.Richardson. ., John J. Mealey. John F. Haley... M.TToft.. R. Lewis Arms ironic. C.F. Rudolph. J. Edward Addicks.... Captain Thomas A. Kane. Mamuel H. Wilson. John F. 1 »ül*sn .. George Gray . H A.Hiil'mil. O. F. Kahfues.. («( i 00 6.011 5.00 I uo 6.00 "S I i«i 2.00 ; 10.0U 100 ; m 6.00 n.(0 1.00 Vi.I I 00 I 1HI 600 Lun 1 oo ao.no -, XI 6.00 on 2 1)0 I XI ■ ' ( 0 .'"I 6 00 1.00 . • ■II •1 10C0 auo . I.C0 1 : Total. ...." $601 00 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. Captain John G. Boufke, United States army, died in Philadelphia. ( Jules Simon, tho eminent French states man nnd former premier, died In Parla. The national eaengerfest of the North American saeugerbund opened In Pitts burg. Kraporur William's yacht, the Meteor, won In tho Hoyul Cinque Porta regatta at Deren, England. Tho Egyptian mixed tribunal decided against granting funds for the expenses of the Sudan expedition. Jimmy McNally, "king of green goods men," was sentenced to throe years In the Illinois slate prison under the name of Williams. The administration bus informed Spain that the crew of the filibustering schooner Competitor, tried by drumhead eourt martial, must not bo executed. Secret service detectives are searching for counterfeiters who disposed of their handiwork in New York that was manu factured In North Oxford, Mass. A cable received by Dr. J. B. Broderick of Jamaica Plain, Mass., from John Hays Hammond of Johannesburg, South Afri ca, says that Mrs.Hammond Is Improving slowly, and that Mr. Hammond oxpsets lo be released from custody this week. Boy Burglar Sentenced. Boston", June ».—Judge Blodgett, In the superior court, sentenced Charles J. Mo Voy, the hoy burglar, to state prison for a term of four or not more than six years. Kurd* Kill Many Workmen. A TflUNP, June 9.—It has been learned that tho Kurds in tbe attack they made upon tbe employees of tbe Smyrna rail way killed »(in of them. KEMRD&CO 621-623 Market Street. Some fine values for Wednes day's selling-three specials in Hosiery. Lot i—Children's fine,light weight, imported fast black Hose at 15 cents per pair; sizes up to 8^-inch; regular 25-cent quality. Lot 2—Children's very fine imported fast color Tan I lose, sizes up to 9-inch, at 25 cents per pair. These are our regular 38 to 60-cent quality according to size. Now all sizes at 25 cents. Lot 3—Ladies' fine, light weight fast black Hose, at 15 cents per pair; regular 25-cent quality. Our Hosiery department contains only the most reli able makes. 4 Wash Goods. The finest yet shown this season. A large lot of fine quality, beautiful styles, Wash Dimities at 8 cents. The first and only time this quality has been offered less than 12^4 cents. No samples given of these Dimities. Silks. Black Habutai Silks at 28 cents are going fast. Don't miss a Waist or Dress of these silks—we bought them all and will have no more to offer this season. Gloves. A lot of 50 and 75 cent Black Silk Gloves at 38 cents per pair to close. KENNARD & CO 621-623 Met Street. Crosby & Hi On account of the rain of this morning doubtless prevented sort our customers from sea one of those very pretty I VIVETTE BATI Dress Patterns at 7 ZA c yard. We will offer to-moj Wednesday, morning o'clock 2500 yards mol this attractive Wash The cheapest best dry goods for the it ever offered, only 2^ ct yard. Only one dress li sold to each customer. At the same time wt offer 2000 yards Fine Dimites, choice and styles, at 6*/£ cents a were \2]4 cents, new goods, just opened. Fabric Thes The Silk Bargain of the Sea Have you seen the I Plain Black Japanese I genuine Lyons dye, fine! ity, we are selling at 25 I a yard? Just look at ill many other bargains you find on our counters. I your money by shoppitl The Popular Cash Dry 0 House. Crosby & Hi 605,607,699 Market i $12.00 STOCK OF Boots AND Sho Must bo sold July 1st as we going out of business. A reduction til means business. Con and get our prices. | Property ror si or rent. Fixtures for sal< 304 Market Stree Our policy of business do is to sell good goods. H you tried our surpassing C fee and sweet-drinking Tea D. W. Lynch & Co. N. W. Cor Madison and Fourth Sts, S. W. Cor. King and Eighth Sta. IceCream! Ice Créa Aud Ice Cream Soda âî Halt's quick Lunch Parlai 8 E. 4th St. C. R. HOtT. Pi WUmlngtor, Del.