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WILMINGTON. DELAW A EE, FRIDAY. JANUARY ID. 190 G-EIGHT FADES.
PRICE ONE GENF
01' BKA HOUSE.
Saturday, January 20th,
Lawrence D' Orsay
IN
the embassy ball.
, remedy la Ihre» Act».
:6c 35c. lOe, 75c, J LOO, «1.»
BAND
MR
Mond iy. January 22d,
M.L ROBERT B.
MANTELL
, mi f i.tuceit and complet» producHon ol
m niif«i i»y^ 1 *
Richelieu,
ycEL'MTHEATRE,
P ' . V est of Market Both Phone.
ia m nr«!, | konll>y rtcineKiay, Friday
H»min. j and Saturday.
I Matinee. IOC, 20c »nd 2SC.
"ipbt, tq;, 20c. 3UC «mi 50C.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
DAVID HIGGINS'
Gr at Southern Play
At Piney Ridge.
of 111» in the plnmclal bUr, of Ten
*5SfUd a 11 h tire breaUt ol lb, pine» tlow
^—jlganr eeery k ta».
i Superb Cast Headed by the Dis
1 tinyuished Artist,
VAN KINZIE,
AccoinrariW by Chattanooga .^renaler»
Coming Monday,
«QUEEN OF THE WHITE BLAVES."
fv.lks. lALtli'b GAKH1CK THEATRE.
««» contm.jclng Monaay, January 16th:
1 It K 1 tl. RAVEN CADKIS,
Hit H1KKK WE-TON SIsTKBS,
HIGH K MAN, MACK A CU,
V1CT0KIA HJtKKKR'b WONDBBFÜL DOGS,
LA\lNk * LKONABU.
VIIZOKKALU* IHAINOK,
UK and MKi CALBTKWAHT,
lb.BAHNSlt'KMEKfe—By the Ktnctoireph.
■h'rs^ Evenlnv. lit. 15.
.V.yt, Me. Box te*t. 76o.
JJASKr.T 3ALL TONIGHT
Grqnd Opera House.
Delaware College
Vl
leffe 'son Medical College
and
Delaware College Scrub
Wilmington High School.
Gome Called at 8 p rn.
Admission 15, 25 and 35 cents.
iiOUffS.
\ H' ! 1111. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
'Mil 1 (Tcct Union Association for the D«
< d Bar >- I hievas and Recovery of Stolen
fr« 1 ertv will be hebt at Union liaii, N:ill
• net hundred, on Saturday the 25Ml day of
« LAW FORD RANKIN. Pres.,
K. G. BUCKINGHAM. *e rotary.
Newark. Del.
IJ&' . ..»
}an!M:s-M
• 1- j loy and has no touuecTion w hat
r w t>. un» company.
Jsn 6 3t MOKRIB ELECTRIC CO.. Inc.
V 1 T h L - ALL PKRBON8 ARK NOTIFIED
a\ ( to s'.ve credit to my wife. Alien K.
»,« r . h 'tr thU «late, December 20th, 19A
it.U Das. tell my lied ami board and 1 will not
le irqoTiaitjle 1er her debt;-.
-Jet v.mj OSWALD B. WINKLER.
ÿroposals.
Ku PUB A LB WILL
pROFO-AL -SEALiD
X be recel re d by the Hoa d ct !*ollce Commis
ihurMlay, January 264h, at 4
ociock. y. m.. for f H mt»niiig and making »um
me r police c lothing, helmet« and cat s. SptMlfl
be seen at the office of the i hief of
UXOPOE BLACK, ►ecretary
1 card of Police < <>mnii-*ionera
lioners vini 11
e-iiuai
roitcc
JiiilTmwf-8l
Statements.
1'
A
BFKPEU'AL ISA VINOS AND LOAN AS
irtlon. Twentg-»aveutu year.
»nie» of stock ( itic Fnty-f unh) Is now
UinK i'-ued. ^h«rm ca»i l«r oi tamed upon ap
Id »lion to ihe Secretary at the otfioe, northeast
corner ol Fifth and Shipley sireets.
Londentcd Fin .nclal BtatemunL
.
Lomiion bond and mortgage
loan* on shores.... ». .
An rued iiiterert...
Fir t
Sundry onsets
,,..8824.618,00
.... 56,698.00
.... 1.9M.48
4.816.27
.... 1,499.46
.... a.iaUM
•pure bonds
Cash. .
f 96.7u2.06
Lis bin lie«;
hue shsrehtildere, sm't.
rs*d In...
'fofcie esn|id and divided
.$»7.114.6»
. «9.647X7
£-)WARD ANDREWS. Presluent.
WILLIAM H. GIBBONS, Secretary.
<Jec29-mwf-lm
iost <UUl £0UU(t.
T OFiTôÿ^VlFSDAY KVFKINt,. JANUARY
».ih. r bunc h of t «v», name of owner on
W*oo aey. W. H. Moysnn.
:»o:9-u
Reward if left at
881 MARKET STREET.
] UM -M RiF O OF PEARL BEADB,BET WEEN
JU Moth and Van Buren and Trinity Church.
r.e«fcid ij returned to
P«U 18-211 H
900 VAN BUHEN STREET.
I OSi-16 YARDS figured matting JAN
Ij uury nth, .vdh.golng from Eighth ».nd Modi
' f < r ftn and T»« naG. Feward If returned to
MR8 FITgPATRK K 606 Tarnall.
L BO'l-bHi.NDLE AND WHITE BULL T ER
ner dog. Reward.
ar>3-tf
EDW. H. BRENNAN, Jk..
219-221 Market street.
Bitsturw ©pportunu«».
[P IJfJ11 K FaPKKED 12.60 UP : WORK OOAK
«m«d No. 8U7E. RIGHT H fcT.. Del. 2980,
" i mwf-üli 0, & A. 2451.
Lumber proposition.
m ln . nholesste lumber manulanurliig
r r t*l» tagt pay, dlndeoda Own timber end
-, ' ' l- n pioi.iemou worth t-un.ldenng.
e-ii Ite wtured tor 26 cent, each fore.-hor
7 tettna Witte tor i rontn-cuiii HL on. »,
,«u. 1 a. D. eVVARie. gersnton, P«.
How to Buy a Home
Without Money.
til*' l, "°aU«rlng Oicpti.e llilr, but e.teto
« ■ n ïî ,!*".* »»»rnuteed by n curtsirnUon
iLV,' 11 '• CAPITAL OF glUU,0C0,D0.
oi„. &c .,which «how« how every*
Invest $5 a Month
Ui-u-.s mÎ ob, * ln * per cent Inter«-! regularly,
*^ou o iEVv r * c -' , I :i t i h p! * t ' a ■■
Money refunded oh 80 days* notice.
Letate Securities Corporation,
Ur exd Building, Phila,, Pa.
Ui.vt
_situations Wanted,
T^NGUs I OIBL » ASTs ÛtUaYÜ N IN FBI
Ij v*ie lamlly »»coot nr eh»mb rm»ld.
j»e^9 III Adetrer» K 6. Kvery kvti.iutc l > flier.
full) Hanirfl—59laU.
;)Ot>Y MAKERS »AMU ; ALK) HUMMERS
j Wl,rk Study iciinz
GIBBON A CRISP CAUKlAUL A SI, WAGON
VY: 7* U, j"' Sink M , Trenton. .V J . or R i K
ARllS A MCI AU HUN WagON
tee nth and Hlbert, Philadelphia.
IO.. Seven
jaui'J-tii
OY WANTED—
JaultMt
;
80» MARKET BTREST.
W 'AhTED-OtNTLkMrN Oh PAIR F.hl ( A
>1 lion to travel tor Arm ..I 1260.000 cap tai.
Goo«l sal ,ry, iajal.lv weekly; vjteu.v. ,
taticed; pontlon |«imanem ; spItndU oppor
tunity lor advancement. Address
JanllMtJ UEO. (i. CLOWS, Wilmington, Pel.
W»N FED -YOI NO .1
> > trade lor lohne on 1st
JanlS-St

MAN TO IANVASB
123 FRENCH STREET,
W ANTED— boy to LEAKS CARRIAGE
I V palntlllB. COOLINGS CARRIAGE WORKS,
junte- lit Fourth and French strceia
\\7 ANTED—COMPOS11 OKS. Al. HO PKEbï
> > feeders, Job and cylinder. H-hour day,
JanS-il Apply ROOM 1, BAY ARU ANNEX.
NY IMTKLI10EN1 EERHoN MAY EARN A
good 1m
A
corresponding for newspaper»;
no can costing; experu-nee unnecessary, pend
lor particulars. NORTHERN PR Km« hYNDKA I K.
novi-bm U/t kport. H. Y.
► N AND BOYB WANTED TO KAHN
Ifi to 88 day after completing course of prac
tical instructions at home cr
Graduate* admitted to Union. Position* secured.
OOYK r. BROB. €«>. Proctical Schools, Pi un. Mug
and Bricklaying, New York. Chicago, (.In^innaii,
Ft. Louis. Free catalog. feb7-ly
M
our *eti(M>ls.
Ttrlp ^Vnutrrt—j-cmait.
T ANTED-* HITE WOMAN TO TAKE
charge of small huu-e indefinitely; three in
family. Inquire immedintely.
JemiMt^—1
7 ANTED - COMPETENT - WOMAN FOR
' housework. 2911 MARKET hT. janl»a-t
W
10H KIRK AVENUE.
w
117 AN TED —A If EXPERIENCED WHITE
>> cook, reference required; none other need
apply, iall4*3 DELAWARE AVEM
7 and 8 p. n>.
TaNtTD — GIRL FOR OfcNtHAL HUt tolv
W'irk. Apply N. E. COR. RAVEN 1H AND
ADAMS 81RKETH. jaul» -It
janl9-.il
«
J ANTED — COLORED GIRL TO HELP
\\
worn and une care of child,
j an 19-21
Apply IW7 WALNUT •THEKT.
1 AN 1 ED—Co Ml ET » NT COOK;
encoi require«!. Apply at once
jani9-Jii 1210 Di'.LAWARE AVENUE.
W
KKFeR
AN J ED-LADY OF FAIR « DtCATION TO
travel fur firm ol 92. r iu.u00 cHpItnl; good
•alaiy, pay.ibl«* weekly; expenses a«lvanced;
poitioD permanent; splendid cnaneu* lor ad
Addrea, GEORGE C. CLoWH,
WilmlngtoD, Del.
W
va 11 ceint m.
janlt-lt)
J AN I KD— MIDDLE-AGED W HITE WOMAN
in taid ly of ihre«*. <5o >d h«me. Applv
M» VAN BUKEN 8TRXET.
\\
janl.viit
AN i KD—PROT E» i ANT W HITE WOMAN
io'assist with gtneifli houicuork. Address
K :i, Every rvt-nlng Oftioe.
W AlTKESÖ,
w
Janlh-ât?
7 A M ED
CHAMBfcKMAl
gemini hunseuork; good wages
W
dec27-im| Ajply 'MO E. FOURTAEl
GOuD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: must go horn** at night.
;«*n!2-if Addie s W 2. kvery t Tuning Office.
Ni H -1.
W
\ 47 ANTED-LA DIES «>K Hh FINEMENT AND
\\ eCDcatioo for »iv-ctat worlu; 110 per week;
coil at ouce; al.-o, o >ys and girt* earn
miurus. 15Ö W. FOURTH BAKEkT.
Jmlfi
7 ANTED-tXPEKIkNCED WHITE COOK;
reference
dot 30-if
\\
required. Apply eveninga
1818 WEST FOUR I EEMTU BT.
T AD1ES-A yiBY SPECIAL OFF! H FOR ONK
1 j week onl>. on fouuL syringes; Us«h rubber,
at 5v, the 81.25 rapid
uara meed, I he'd«
ow kind at 98c; better get one to day.
K, B. FELL, Druggist.
( .J .it- ]', »{ ( >(fice.
jauHim
firlp Tt'mitrU.
TANTJiD — HIHHON W1ÎAVKHS; At, BO.
rtes.ilik weavtr» to le, on ribbon «eaelne:
also. wurp.r. ou ribbons or drew silks, oood
WHgc; Heady word. Hot i B» « H I.K MILLS,
Allegany Are and Uoudlnot »treat,
Pbttadelpbta
w
jan!9-2t
takted-ten cooks and all kinds
ol help for city or country. Apply
GERMAN INT F LUGENCK OFFICE,
V>
décisif 807 East Fourth. Both phones.
ix aniru.
IA MONDS— HIGH 1*jsT PRICK PAID.
JaniH-tis-lm address P. O. BoA 83, City.
riKTËD— MARRIED Of U PLK FOR FUR
nish d front t«d room, with board,in small,
private family. Address K 4,
JhdIh- 81| Kvery Evening Ofhce.
1)
V\
XirANTJtO—BY NIC* W Hit h WOMAN, 8KW.
\\ tug bv dav ur month; will help with light
homework, Àdürea. K 1, Every Kveulng oihce.
I
r ANTKD—IO KtST. WIIH PKIVILEOB OF
10-room house, with all
\\ buying, on 8
convenience», m gcoo locailou.
jun 8*lm Address W 21, Every Evening flue.
VI v M I. Li BED ROOM,
west of Market siifei Address W Ik,
^jau Ib-tf Ev* ry Evening Office.
EXPERIENCED BF.WER DESIRES POSlIIuN
' as seamstress. Address
W 16, Every Evening Office.
K
with dressmaker or
an 17-10*
\\7 ANTED—-2UU BUTT» WEEKLY TO CLEAN.
\\ ut UOc up; trousers, 26c up. Also, ladle«
end children's dresses and hats, kin gloves and
-eaiher/. Gents' h«U cleaned, blocken and re
tillumed. Mackenzie Ai BON, 907 Bhlploy 8L
and 102 W. Beventh Bt. Both phones. d4-mwl-U
\ITANTED—YOUNG COUPLE WOULD LIKE
V> bo r 1 with pr v.rte family; references; we*4
side preferred. Aderet» K 2, _ —
JaniS-. if Every fcvsnlng Office.
ANTED-MAN ANU «IPK OK OBNTLK
lodger» for front room».
511 W. SEVENTH STREET.
W
Janl7-3tf
J ANY ED— io BUY Ui DGULD ANU fcALVEiL
M. F. DA\ lb. v E. Becond bt
W
ap.t 1/
TANTtb-lWO IHOÜ8ANII HOCrE«IVtg
• lo use Earthquske tor cleaning f«rjvl.,
(iolblng, Ac. Office, 101 i AINALLfcT. jaut-lm
\ , tant tu — yoTjk n ST* •nfi »Kiua
VV bhould ne an L.C. Smtin "writing m Wahl"
n.el.me, all up-to-date le.turw. Kebuill
w
Remingtons lor sale
or rent
CHAS. Q. OUYER,
Court btenographer.
t.'ii Market «treat.
crt2;vif Thon» 12«
j.cimuiin auû îotiowu.
SECOND FLOOR
TICELY FURNISHED
iront room. 618 W, NINTH ST. )solF2t|
N
UKS1KALK
OAKDIS«, TABLK BUAB1>:
J. ro° 1C<1O ?0'"wkgr SIXTH STREET.
W anted— ôcTu pant» fur two large
nicely furnished, well healed, communl
eating iroi I loom«, m priyate jarollv; Jjjjj
near J;«laware avenue. Use of phone, address
Janl6-4t W 17, Every evening Off.ce.
f^URNlFHED ROOMS EOH GENTLEMEN,
jan 10-1 f NO. 5 WF.8T ELEVF.NTH
lED ÏÏUOM8 WITH "R WITHOUT
I 4 board. Apply 6b6 W. FOURI H BT. Jan«-lu>t
GomTvuTTi board, for
4j 7 \\. S VENIHEf. Janl7,lfi-0|
R
mu'.
-OK .Rr.NT—HJKM-HED KOOM- IN KRh
rate family. *lives iuar Eighth,
it preferred. 24. „
wMm? Every Erenlns Offire.
.. BOOM« KOU LIGHT' HOL'sK
lodger.; phoue.nab..h KEEr
V
Gontlvtnvu
Jaulei-m
UHM^HKD
F
aerping
Janl-mwl-imjl
TÜBRNÎsHÏP ROOM«. VLSI UAL LtCATKlN,
aUoownXrsriv u ' khu. oeciwiarj
11 BOO M S FO R O KK TL K
 r S A l.l. STBl KT. J»ll4-lm
!•
TiCKLY KU T NISH H
1 men only. Wl *
N
ROOM TOR
Kl M- - M ltM-Hf.
IAuH
I 1 renllenfaii. |*riv
jauj-imi
,• laniilv.
«U, W. SIXTH «1HEET.
OAUDtKs WAMtD,
liov7-l(
B
1216 Kl»« STKEEt.
,ute»a kUltkkAllk
U.RUH. fciREEX,
rpu* l'iaoëioFi,
1 ****
f or £aU.
it SALE CRtÄP^HLBBEK-nRK Bl'OOY.
jonlt itn Apr ly FtLL -.lih »nel shlpler fu.
L-ÙH SALT-PIANOLA, WT1 H ~MU»IC ; COST
I 1273, lake liai, cuber lua». 1 UKTNm'N,
J>iU9-JiJ 410 King street.
V*>H c uT- HARUÄIN, IF rOLt» TH.8
I month, hoi»« No. io. Knit Eighth, tide yard
is iret. Hett location lor doctor In cily; every
inhiR in order. Apply io Filin'AM A SON. Ill
K»»t Fourth street, own«. I'. * A. phone, btt
_J»nlMi|
L'or CALK BA REED - PLY ill llTH KOCkF,
r pure Mr tin stock, A. B. OHOVK8.
Janlsst Manballton, ML
F
I b * OU WANT A bTART AND WITH YOUR
1 troubles part, let me »-oint out the way. The
only way It u) consult McEtiily, Heal trtaie,
Mortgage ami Insurance Broker. He teile and
buy» t-wrything
estate, butines« ant it tu ran ce. I am the only
member In Delaware of the Central Association
of Heal Hetate Collection and Loan Broken.
Tn!» asFociacou 1« organized in all porta of ilia
sales tile in tua Une of real
l tilled Mates and several foreign countrl s and
Ha aim is co-'ixmion and mutual assistance,
it* number, sell and buy 1er client* iu any aoc
Ition of the I ni cd ^ta(es or clstwhete, win re
they <tcsire to sell or locate. If a client wishes
to sell ~ippr ;_HfUpBM__I
to one. as the association boa a member».Tip of
over one thousand members who are always In
touch with one another. NO EXT*a CHARGE,
tor »ale—itakenes, coal yarda, ary goods stores,
saloon*, country hotels, meat market«,
lease*, cigar ,.nd new* stand», nmnufaeiurtiiK
plnnl*. fanna. houses. Also, lots In ail [arts of
the country, ou ea«v terms. 1 have clients who
vUh to fuy your proierty or uuslnes*. Your«
might suit them. Send me a description of
property or butines» sud Jowe-t jirice. I cannot
sut ply the demani Money to loan on mart*
rent*, collected, estate« managed. I sell
Hie life, accident, health and pla e glass Insur
ance. Nona Dal test companies repreaemed.
No charge for advice og trouble. Lists mailed
on application. T. K McRVlLLY,
(v.r, \Ve«t Fourth Ft, Wilmington, Del.
l»el. Hi one 2961. P. A A. W4D. Janls-tf
buy he boa one thousand clmmci
grocer
KH)K VALE-OLD TIME MAHOGANY HOKA,
I K,»T1 !e»t Ion«, over on, hundred year, old.
IwoDir.hnuAtiy ottomans, ali m flraLclaM mndt.
bon. AditrcM K o. BOX. No. U, or call at 37»
Main street. Newark, DaL janlH-11
|X)K HALE-REAL EETATE Bl RIN 8S; CRN
F tralljr inen ted: »mail ram. filcEne»* reason»
lor »all. W ]», Every Evening Office. Jaol8-3t|
f'i OOD 11088*. SOUND AND KIND.
Ijr O. K. GROCERY STORK, From and Kin*.
jant7-6t|
r pOR HALE- T'H t A P, 1 F SOLD B V FORE RENT
lug time, dwelling 818 West street, 10 room»
and ba.h, torch and all Impi
Jani7-im wm. k. Harris,
|?oK BALE -BAHBKH SHOP FIXTURE-, IN
I eluding thre« chain, of shop 8J0 Maryland
avenue, worth 9200; can ba bought tor le*« than
ball price. Apply HOMAN hHMrOGEL-Kl.
janl7-:u| Mft Maryland avenue.
roviBinii
7.5 Marttel street.
)K HALF—DEHIKABLh tO-ROOM HOUSE,
and back porch, in good neighborhood.
Address OW NER, W 12.
Janie,l7-mwf-4t| Every Evening Office.
A KG AIN. IP BOLD THIS MONTH, TH REE
stoiy dwel ing, all conventenoes: 8 rooms
hath, large »bad; lot 24 fl. S in. x J47 ft.
|' front
and
H ne location. Apply to owner, 10 W. TWENTY
THIRD STREET. Jaol8-tu,M.f-Ci|
■ 701t BALK — 1HRKE-ACHB PLACE NEAR
Newport; house and barn; low price. Address
Janl5-xnw(-8l W «, Every Evening Office.
T E WILL BELL THE PROPERTY No, 718
1 West Ninth street at a bargain, investors
CHARLES C. KURTZ.
1011 Market street.
Opposite Court House.
w
iii<(uire.
novl-mwf-tf
F oH SALE—GOOD BUB IN EBB BTAND. Na
000 Klug street. Posaess on. Make an offer.
CHARLES C. KUhl'Z,
1011 Market »treat (opf osiu Court House).
oct2f*mwMf
t .X>H SALE—A VkEV D£HI RABLE DWELL
ing near Tenth Street Park. It la offered at a
reduced price.
Apply REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
WiJm
iagton 1 mat Co.,
vlß Market Bircet.
Butcher shop for salk-oi öd btandI
O 515 Madison Btreet. Apply WILMINGTON
PROVISION CO., Third and Orange. Janl. r »tf
oov4-lf
AY FOR SALE—SIXTY TONS, BALED
and loose, straight timothy and mixed.
ucc28-imi 54 Cambridge Bldg., Chester. Pa
rvOK SALï-nô, 70X.T08 VAN UURhN BTRKtT,
I 1 nine rooms and bath, front and back porche--;
all modern improvements. Also, two new
houses, 2813 and 2315 Washington street, eight
11
rooms, lath, all modern conveniences.
LENDE KM AN it BRO..
Janwlm 827 and 829 Van Bursn street
( >0~ SALE-CHEAP, IF BOLD BOON. DRV
(roods store, property and slock; don't miss
•portunlty: owner wishing to retire.
Thomas F. McEvIlly, Real Estate, Mortgages and
Insurance broker. 828 W. Fourth Street, Wilming
ton, Del. Both Phones. }an»-tf
|X)H BALE—THE r.E 81 OR Y BRICK DWELL
ring; lot 27.6x192, near Twelfth and Market
street-: exceptionally low price. Apply
JanLMm JOHN CKAJG, 921 Market Street
rvOR SALE—NO. ÎÔ17 ADAMVbTREET, FIRST
l 1 class double house, price moderate, terms
Address O 2,
Every Evening Office.
rX)K SALE-TWO MODERN HOURS ON EASY
T terms, 817 and 819 Lombard street, with 9
rooms and bath,front and sin** porches»,now ready
for occu|«ncy. Address THOMAS M. M KEVIN,
dec2felni 525 kart Ninth street.
i GOOD HAKTKRR WANThb-lO INVhST
/\ $200 and make f500 in rlx months; prefer
man with services: mercantile business; full
parUeuiors with references. In reply.
JanlO-lf_ Address MERCHANT.
I -^OR BALE—1 Wx7 I7wF. lLiNG§ 7^0. 803 AND
1 306 West Twenty-second street nine room»
this op
.«»y.
junS-lmj
and Lath. Call and see them.
Apply W.
A. SCHOOLMASTER.
SIP West T wenty-sscoud Bt
dec26-lm?
non BALE-FltH AND OYSTER STOKE,
r reason for selling, owner leaving city.
KING StREET.
iltT' I - U
H jUKefcb—FOB BALK AT CENTRAL BOARD
Ing amt Llrery Btable, roadster., saddler,
and general purj««a hone..
704 WEST r LEVENT H ST.. WUmlDglon, U»L
COT22-tf D. A A. Phon« M4A. DchnarvU 2749.
A COZY HOME
^ AT BOULEVARD TERRACE
Residence for «aie on Twenty-third street, half
block from ••Boulevard' ; lOroom», bath, (torch,
uevter. Colonial In treatment apd modern in
every appointment Large lot, 80 ft front. 90 ft
on l ack line by 100 (t. deep, including 10 ft park
ing front Ample room (or privat« stable,
automobile buu>« or oth«r development Will
be »old at a sacrifice.
For further particulars inquire of
HAWKINS A COMPANY,
Real Fatal« Brokers.
712 MARKET 8T.
jaol2-mwMm
«UÖUf MUS.
)I BL1C SALK O» FURNITURE—WILL BB
Fold at Kf 6 Washington str..t on Wrdneidar
I
_ >.moon. Janurag 24tn, 1906, at i so p ni.. bad,
carlor and dining room and kitchen furniture,
rarpet., jltrure,. dishes, do.
MRS. M. HARRIS.
JanlttAt
Stidham A Son. Auctioneers.
^UUINIBTKATOR S SALS

Valuable Market Street Real Estate.
The one third mere or inter.it ol FTaderlo U.
Onffin, M D.. deceaied. in the office building
BIIU premise. No. 921 Merkst street will Ire »0,1
t,v tue undersigned, et the t.'onrt Boiih, on
saTI KUAY. J.nuery 20;h, l«0t, et Uo'olock
a in., lot tweiUr-Ure leet front running through
to Shipley street Term, nt Mia.
WILLIAM H. DH1STOW, Admlalstretor,
Henry U Conrad, Attorn«». JnnlS.l».ia-it
|»niuc HAl.K-AT KLaTr a holunqs
I worth nor-»nr. Mghth and TntuaJI street», ol
(lories. Weeon* end Harns» on W r. DN hbDA Y,
.1 so nary 24th. nt 1 o'oloca, sharp. 60 hor.ee of
all mod, some good butine» nor»., and .peed;
a dar«' trial «Honed on nil hone«. Utter stock
, litre. KLAIK A HOLLINGSWORTH.
j»nis-6t| 30» W. ttlfhlh rt, Wilmington, Del.
nt
fianrtng.
18« MoCLAFFEBTi—
edkn ball,
I DANCING.
1 DEPORTMENT,
M
Ft, bool fer
I IHYdCAL CULTURE.
BIG INNERE— Mouday, 0 to 10 jx m.
Arevtobly oauce Wedueoday even tog. 8.80 to
II; extra music.
cbllaren'#, l ueiday and »atarday alter noons.
Private le-.aons. walls and two sup, day or
*'hewdencc. In« Gable*.
1 heues, i)> * At-U««*ti 747*4 Mhetli HSHth
.for *rnt
TX»K RENT—THREE NICELY FURNISHED
I 1 room« ; private family ; central Icouion ; ail
convenience* Addreo»
j*ui9 m v\ Mm K 6, Every Frenine Office.
V'O «Th E N T— i H K TO K Y BHlck HOUSE,
T 10 room», bath and neater Apply
jaul9 2l 907 VANDtVKR AVENUE.
Li I ABLE FOR H Ir NT- ROOM » OK TWO
^ h« res and two wmod*, an » hay i ft.
)»nlft-3i| «14 TATNALL
• TKlf.T.
TjM>H KENT—HOUSE, TWO STORY, StV*N
I 1 rooms. Hath, enclosed rat-kiteher, ft'':
io«»e>sion February IMh. Apply on organ« es*
jaulM-tl 1812 OHANGK BlUrl l,
C*)R RENT-FURNI8HFD ROOM IN PRIVAIS
l 1 family: uac of t«t ». Apply
Janlh-.iJ BlOhP
RUCK fcTRKET.
70K RENT—HOUSE, STABLE "aND TWO
1 acres of land adjoining Earnhurst btatiou.
enl. 88 per month. Janl7-tl
TX)H R KN1-TWO UNFUKN18HIP ROOM8
r for light bou»« keeping.
Janl7-»t| Apply C14 W. NINTH STREET.
T^riTRËNT— FURNISH ÄD RÖOMH. TALI. IN
U store evenings 219 W. KIUliTH BT. janld-lm
F j IHR KK D rBl HAHLK RO««M^ DELAWARE
I av, nne and Washington street. A n -
JanlMtl
Every Evening Office.
BATH
ITOR RENT—TWO ROOMS AND
apartments. Possession March ltf>th.
JanU'-tf Apply IU07 WEST «T.
1 M>R ,. t - i. MAJHf H b
J 1 Three-story brick duel log, near Eighth and
Adams street«, 9 rooms and bath, from puren
and front yard
No. 817 Market street, (dwelling part)9rcom*
2 baths, hultable (or club or office*.
UEOUCiK M. MILLER,
JU3 West Eighth RL
I>. & A. phone 2001A
F UR R r NT—el ORE 12 K. hEVtNTH 81 KEE'lj
excellent location for light business, has been
used eleven years a« sewing machine »tore.
Po«»e«elon March 2 b\ b. Apply
Jaull-U ta DELAWARE AVENUE.
LH)R KKNT-FAEM OF 145 ACKkB IN P8N-
I 1 coder hundred, near Cooch's Bridge. Apply
Rroi isute lepoitment. The FqulteUe Guar-
antee end I rust Company. Nlmk ur.d Market
-H h Jon Kbit
1.80K RlLNT-TWO-eTOHY BRICK DWELLING
F mut stabte, with loi of l^nd. suitable (or gar
den. on main rood at FUmere. Apply Real
Estate Department, The l qullab'.e Guarantee
and Trust Co., Ninth and Market Mi JauKMf
I71ÜR REN T-LA-KO K MANSION. STAB LE AND
r Inn, within on» and one-half miles of tbe
city,- good driving roods; possession at once.
Apply Leal Ks ate Department, 1 he >qultai>la
Guarantee and Trust totujany, Mn I# and
Jani0-tf
Market streeta.
TABLE F«»K RENT—ROOM FOEhlX HOE-SFB
find *ix w
janO-lf M
s
vagons, and hay loft. Apt ly
. M A1THE8. I went let h and
.TOR RENT—FARM 187 ACRES, ON THE
Delaware River. 8^ mile* from Wilmington.
Address or apply to ALT X. P. EVE*.
I
janS-mwMm# No. 835 Jefferson street, city.
rjicSr BENT—AN ESTABLISHED BLACK
I smith and Wheelwright »bop, 717 Walnut
•treet, with seme tools. Immediate potacsalon.
Apply to SAMUEL H. BAVNAKD. Jr..
jaiiB-lf 1009», Market Strati.
1 .X»K H E NT—BUIUUNG 407 8HIPLKY bT.,
• suitable (or store or light manufacturing.
Jam. if Apply FRANK H. dUHE.
ipOK KENT— FUITE üF h (KJ MB: ALSO, BIN
1005 WEoT STREET.
git* rooms,
Jan4-lm
OK KENT—PLEABANT FUEN1BHKO KOOMB
Qu el lamliy No children. All modern tin
rovemenu. D. A A. Phone. Call at 6U7 W ost
tftli street.
F
't
WILLIAM FOKBKR
JauS-tf
roK REKTOR »ALK- THE BK»T BtAND IN
P town. l»arge store and dwatUng. H> rooms.all
on the Bou ill we« Comer of Main amt Commerce
Also, hardware and imnlsment (.tore,
24x100 feet, tiont-eroou finish, 12-foot alas« front;
aame ontidlng. machine two doors, lax«)
icet : nine wood and iron-working roacirmes.
Blacksmith and wheelwright shops. 20x80 feel
tools and stock if wanted. Apply to
LANE, Kenton
J I.
. Del.
IXOR KENT—FACTORY 421 WEBT FRONT
P street ; 8 floors, 4ox lüû feet.
dec.0-tf
1 7IOR RENT—THREE-8 TOR Y BRICK DWELL
1 1NQ, 702 Franklin street, nine rooms, bath
and all conveniences. )*o**essloa at once.
Apply to UAWK1NB «k CO., Agents.
712 Market street
jan2-lm
FRANK W. PIERSON.
dec9-if
NOR RENT—STORK No. 18 EAST THIRD ST.
Apply JANITOR, Odd Fellow» Hall,
Third and Kin«.
1'
!loV> H
nuk RENT - TWO FLOOR» FOR LIGHT
I ' manuiacturiug, 40x12U levt. plenty ol light
Addrea« or call
W1LM1NQTON PROVISION OO.
T hird and Orange street«.
sep27-tf
¥7»OK KENT— ROOMn OK OFFICER
ÿ jyl9-U 609 MARKET' STREET.
FARM
lor rent or sa'e. Po«ase.«*lon March 26th.
Apply N. L1EBEKM AN. 814 West st>eeL
D. & A, 1H01A. dec29 If
Rents Collected.
baiUltcttoo
inamatasn
GEORGE M. MILLER,
108 W. Eighth street.
doc 28-li
I X)R KENT-IMMEDIATE POS8I-88ION.
1 2816 W. Second Strati, 5 room* and bath.|l200
2218 Tatuali street, 8 room* and bath...., 2D.U0
16 l 8 Coleman sireeL h rooms
Also farm, bu
d bath.... 12.08
us. and good buildings
Fcur miles out Philadelphia Pike-. 80.00
For March 25th. 1906
A. B. STAYTON,
707 Shipley street.
sprU-mwf-lf
POK RENT.
700 Franklin street. 10 rooms and bath.890.00
17U6 nrootne *treei. »
|122 W. Mghtcenth 9 rooms and
More and dwelling No. 8 F_. Fourth i
901 Gilpin avenue. 10 rooms and bath__ 27. j0
storks:
504 Madison street...
809 Madison street
u* «n I >ai.i
bath... 28.00
street.. 7u.00
.. 13.00
New Castle «venue and A Bt.....
Apply REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
THE EQUITABLE GUARANTEE A TRUST COt
Ninth and Market streets, Wilmington, D«L
EjO
jtJusmrss ^loturs.
RIP—THE BEST CARD GAME OUT.
your Jeweler for It, or send 26c. i
CHEsT EK H. WELLS, Meshoppen, P
ASK
G
to
a. Jan 17-stJ
08EPH F. MORELAND. ROOFER,
711 WINDSOR STREET, D. A A. 96rA
Wanted 100 leeky roofs to repair or point
Jania-mwMm|
J
T>OOM8 PAPKKK1I »OR »2.60 UP. PAFRH
it Included; good work. I» <k A. Phone 2X5SA
1921 EtUAULCRuSS AVKNUK. Jnnll-lm
<.r
WARNER S. LEWIS,
CarpenW and builder. Jobbing a specialty.
Good material, skilled workmen. Fait prices.
Let me give you an estimate. Office ana »hopt
006 Oraogs street Both phouea.
... If
WJILL PAPKR AN ORDINARY ROOM COM
plate lor giflO; wont goaranleed. Addnsa
802 M. HARRISON ST., U * A, 2X90. janX-lm
JOHN B. KRUEGER.
WALL PAPER.
Ail tbe latest désigna
FOURTH AND JACKttON 8TREKT9L
Del. PLoae 1097. D. A A. 278IX
Mnl-tf
Î ^DWARD De-LACOUR.
cnl Estate Counselor. 215 ST. PAUL STREET,
udtre Appeal Tex Court, Baltimore, Mi
;nnl5-6t|
Ei J
AU LING, MOVING, CELLAR DIGGINGS
_ and furniture. Apply LEWIS 8L1CEK.
janl7*ft Call RlrBore T*oft Office by Phone.
II
J P. REARDON, 624 W THIRD STREET,CAR
. neuter and Builder, Jobbing promptly at
ended to; fair price»; let me give you an estl
mate. Phone D. A A. 3427 A.Jans-lm
to Kran.
M oney to loan on MORTQAOEa a. b.
ETAYTON, 707 Shipley 84. n80-mwMf
ONE Y TV LOAM ON MORTGAGE iM «ÜAM
fiauhins Ä (To.
pIRST MORTGAGES
FOR SALE
$4,000, AT SIX PER CENT.
$3,500, AT FIVE PER CENT.
$3,000, AT FIVE PER CENT.
$1,700, AT SIX PER CENT.
$1,600, AT SIX PER CENT.
$ 800, AT SIX PER CENT.
Safa securities. About one-half value of prop
erty. Itompl payment of interest. No expense
10 investor for legal papers, searches. Au.
For loll i'articular», apply Io
HAWKINS & CO.,
712 Market Street,
Wilmington, Dei.
Janl9-mwf.M
JML -rtlrütc. _
\\E CAN HELP YOU TO SEE
Better than you do—if your eye trouble can he
cortected by gls*ses. That can be -iulekiy de
termined by eu cxamlnaiiun—which will cost
you nothing, if you need
physic! «n. we will send you to a good one : If
glasses only are needed, we will supply the best
io l*} hod-at satisfactory coal.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
ituIIsi or
. L. McKEE, lading Optician,
810 Market St., Opera Hou*e Bldg,
We Fit Artificial Eyee. A large aesortment
always on hand.
S
•garni (P. Fitomns & Co.
Established 1S89.
WEDDINGRINGS
A SPECIALTY'.
rl. E. Thomas & Co.,
Jeweler
509 Market Street 509
Coal.
Have you tried
ARDARA
COAL?
You will find it different irom the
;
ordinary coal, sod better.
GEO. W. BUSH <lt SONS Ca,
TOOT OF TRENCH BT,
11 T. SERGEANT,
COAL AND
WOOD.
Office, Seventh and King Streets.
BOTH PHON KB.
.finaurtal fards.
Equitable Guarantee
and Trust Co.,
Wilmington,
Delaware.
Safe Banking.
The Bure test of the safety
of any financial institution is
the character and standing of
the men who direct it.
The directors of this com
pany are men of unquestioned
integrity and well-known busi
ness standing.
<c
DIRECTORS,
Samuel K. Bmith,
J. W ilkin* rooch.
Wtiiard tfaulsuury,
Robert B. Wheeler,
John H. Xian by,
1 h'«. B. bellHM,
Victor B. Woolley,
iieury 1L Thompson.
Dr. J. A. Draper,
R. Bringhorrt. Jr.,
i. Smith Brennan,
Wm. Howe,
jos. L. ( arpenter,
Otho Nowiand,
J ohn Bancroft,
i an kiln Taylor,
gCOTT & CO..
Bankers and Brokers.
U.2 MAKKBI B1UKKX.
Btncks and bonds bought and sold on all «(oik
•xctiantea
iesiwua nvestment scimmiea.
gtuisuaL
riOLD A VERY WHERE,
Ö
ESTEY
PIANOS and ORGANS.
Floced on monthly peymciiis; FIrdo« and
Organs taken u* part pay menu Address repre
scutattvdof our tactory,
J. kt. CANNING, 11 K. Thirteenth Street.
D. A A. phouo.
Winning too.
t, lUi i E K,
K PIANO AND ORGAN TUNER.
vTith Reynard, Fifth and Market BU..W liming
UlkWEtfi kULiU «X,
leu, Dei. Keaidenoa
U -UOJA.M 80LPEU,
luvt-cia«« tuner and repairer of piano« and
HK«u$. hum tuned for royal lamIIlea lu Germany;
a liJ be ln W limington every day. Addreaa i*. U
Eux Met, WliUiiu g mu, or rot ideate. Elk ton. Md.
i. TOMKIJiSON SOLICITS YOUR PATRON
. sge. Hevtog h«<l 2ô se»r,' lector? oipetl
ence lo the building end tuning plena., can ,1.«
wsinmKWBMESf
WlUatft jf. ilaois.
CLOCK STYLES
From a subject that few people
fully realize, yet certain kinds
are as apt for certain rooms
as orange blossoms for a wed
ding. Here you will find all
sorts for your choice.
for »he Pen. For the Parlor.
For the Lining room. For the Hall
The prices range as widely as
the styles.
Millard F. Davis,
Jeweler Optician.
• AND It KA-T SECOND ST.
Esta bllatier) ling
_ grol miouai.
I)K. FRANK ROOP SMITH.
Ellin and king • ire«is,
apr7-ti isaifticoi oau) UmsulUng Ohemtsk
]|AN1) DECORATED
FRENCH CHINA
Bowls, Plates, Nappies, Cupt and
Fauoers, Trays, Jellies, Ik-rry teta,
( ufT Boxes, Hair Receivers, Ice Tufa,
Oliva Duties, hugars and Creams,
Mustards, Ac.
C. F. RUDOLPH.
M ARK KT AND FOORTR *T*
BLOEBAUM COURT-MARTIAL
Awocln'ed Pre« Di»pai« n hy Hoeelal Wires.
Annapolia, Md., Jan. 19.—The trial of
Midshipman Charter A. A. Hloehautn of
St ('hnrle«, Mo., on charges of hazing, waa
resumed before the court-martial thi»
morning, George H. Mann, counsel for
Bloch a um, addreaaing the court in hi» lie
half.
Ihe next caw to be tried ia that of
diaries M .lame« of Grinnell, Iowa, a
member of the second cla»«. Like Meri
wether and Hloelmum. James was obliged
to stay at the academy during September
laal, when the other upper classmen were
on leave,because of deficiency in his étudiés.
He occupied part of his time, it is charged,
in initiating the mendters of the new
fourth dus» into academy life.
WEATHER AFFECTS POSTAGE STAMPS
Associated I Yes« im natch ny Hneclal Wires.
Wiahington, Jnn. 19.—In view of com
plaint« to the PortoHicf! Department of
t he brittleoM* of
tendency to cur
aftoi being iffixad to letter», an inverti
gution Wb» ordered and it was found that
the trouble wu^ duo to the hard gum uoed
in summer and which »« afTectod by
cold and dry atmosphere of the winter
— MOP .
All euch Mump» supplied to po»tm&8t.ers
have l>een directed to bo withdoiwn by
them until the summer month», end in
the meantime new supplies are being for
warded. coated with a »öfter gum, which
Is not affected by winter weather.
pontage rtampN and their
1 and Itecome detached
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SUICIDE OF AN ALLEGED THIEF,
A*wtoiat«<1 Pt... ni.psteh It Hracial 'V ! rc
I oui.ville. Ky., Jan. 19.—A «perial
fmni lleiKierwin. Ky.. W 1 >>:
"J. B. Nixon, (onnerly of Uopkinaville,
Ky., and Penaacola. Ha., committed
«meide a), (be Hotel Henderxon I act niglit
by «homing. In liio clotlies wan a news
paper dipping, Idling of the rohlicry of
Kress & Co.'s store, at Pensacola, which
he had managed for the last three or four
years. Just before Christmas Ihe safe in
that store was robtiod and the building
was set afire. Nixon disap
next day, and detectives ha
lowed him "
artnl the
since fol
HARPER MEMORIAL BUILDING.
AMoclated I re» Dl.patch by Bpaolal Wire»
Cliieago, III,, Jan.19.—Sentiment favor
ing the erection of a great library, instead
of a chapel, as a memorial to President
William Kainey Harper has grown among
the University of Cliieago professor»,
students and alumni in the last few day»,
according to suggestions being received
by the Istard of trustees.
It. is believed that a building almost a
block long, to cost at least $1,500,0(H),
will lie erected in honor of Ihe great edu
cator and builder of the university. 'ITte
cost of a memorial chapel is estimated at
$500,000.
W. E. WALLING NOT ARRESTED.
Aanoctated Pr»M Dtnwtcti he stwelal wtraa,
New York, Jan. 19.—The Associated
Press correspondent at St. Petersburg,
having been queried concerning the re
ported arrest of William English Walling
in that city for revolutionary activity,
graphed today that Mr. Walling has
been arrested and that the report to
that effect is without foundation.
The Associated I'res« received the state
ment that Mr. Walling had Iteen arrested
from Abraham Cahan, editor of the Jew
ish Daily Forward, yesterday and accepted
it as correct.
tele
m I
GEH BARTOLOME MITRE DEAD.
Aswlated fret« Itl.pntcb hr Snecl.t Wlrea
Buenos Ayres, Argentina, Jan. 19.—
Oen. Bartolome Mitre, former President
of the Argentine Republic, died today.
(■en. Mitre was 84 years old. He was
Pre-Mont from 18117 to 1871 and general
in-ehief of the army of Braril, Argentina
and Uruguay in the thre* 1 years' war with
Paraguay. He also gained considenthlo
distinction in literature, bis work inelud
Iranslalion in Spanish of Dante's
*Uf » . „
"Divine Comedy.
PRESENT CLASSIFICATION UNJUST.
Assoctated Prere Dispatch by Special Wlrea
Washington, Jan. 19.—'The Interstate
Commerce CoramMoo has announced its
decision in the ease of M. Newman again't
the New York Central and Hudson Hiver
Hail road Co. and other principal carriers
in official classification territory in favor
of the complainant, holding that a Ihird
elasx rating for leather scraps in less than
carload lota i« sufficiently high and that
the defendants' present classification of
traffic is unjust and unreasonable.
Racquet CInb Knterfaliied.
The Racquet Club was entertained last
evening by Blanche and Allred Mtmdell
at their residence.
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IN BAHN
i
Next the Assailant, a Negro,
Ransacked Her Home
and Escaped.
HORRIBLE CRIME IS JERSEY
Miss Florence W, Alllnson of
Moorestown was the Victim.
POSSE SEARCHING FOR CRIMINAL
$ 1 ,BOO Offered as a Reward
for his Arrest.
Wllllai
Rmlib, Who was Arrested Last
M|lit,li Not IIpIImtikI to be tha I'erp«
trator of ih« « rime, Hut the Authorltlea
Pending a Farther In«
vestigntion- The omeiela Have a Meagre
Heaorlptlon of the Fugitive,
Holding HI
A
Associated Pres« Dispaloh by Rpedal Wirst.
Moomtowo, N. J., Jan. 10.-Scores
of farmer, end other oltlien* of tbi,
nnd Doighborlnit town, nre ecounn^
the country in March ol the negro who
yesterday aeenullad and murdered Mine
Kloionoa W. Alllneon in e barn on the
farm of the StrawbridK* eetate. Wil
liam Smith, who waa arrested tant
niRht on suspicion, ia not believed to
be tha perpetrator of the crime.
Smith is very dnrk, and Hetsie Walker,
(he 5 years-old child who lived with
Mi»e Allinaon, nys - the r.o^ro who
came to the house yeaterday wna a
mulatto. She wan unable to identify
Smith, bnt the million ties are holding
biro jiendinii a (urtbei Inveitipatioo.
Kewnrdn of ICKXIeach have been offered
lor the capture of the murderer by the
autbaritlea ol Chester township and
liurlington county and Ml,. Esther
8trawbrld||e r upon whose property
.Miss Allinaon lived.
Z The woman's body beam shocking
evidence of the tieodieh crime. The
feature* are eo distorted an to be
almost unrecognizable. The forehead
just above the right eye i, crushed,
und a long purple welt extend, down
the right oheek, while the eye ia
almost gouged (rant the nooket. The
jaw ia broken, end the throat where
the piece of surcingle which strangled
the woman to destb woe drawn ia
welted and bruised. Numerous «mailer
bruise« in the cheat and neck indicate
that the brute alio strangled her with
hie fingers.
Mite Allinaon was assaulted and
murdered about noon yesterday,
assailant, after committing tbe crime
in the barn, went to the bouse, petted
tbe child and thoroughly tonnaoked
tbe houee, break mg open trunk* and
bureau drawer* with a hatchet.
The body was not diacovared until
about 3 o'clock, when Benjamin Funk
stopped at tbe bouse to deliver oil.
Mia, Aunts K. Cooper ol I'htladelpbie,
who Lourde at tbe bouse, reached home
Just ae Funk was turning away. Hba
bees me alarmed when abe learned that
Mim Allinaon bad been mleetng so
long, and asked Funk to make a search
of the premises. In the barn b* found
tbe body covered with ahorse blanket.
There were evidences ol , dsspsrste
struggle. Her skull bad been crushed.
A leather strap bad been twisted tightly
around her throat. Apparently her
assailant bad sprung upon her just
ns «he was stooping to feed a now.
The child told the neigbare and the
11er
authorities, who soon reached tbs
scene, that after Miss Alllnson had
been gone from tbe house a little
while a "tug black man" name in,
played with her, and followed by tbe
household dog, want all through the
bouse. Tbe fact that tbe dog did not
mage a noise leads tc the belief that
tbe murderer I- not a stranger in the
neighborhood. The child said tbat
the man waa very black, tall and wore
a sol-, bat and long, greenish-black
overcoat. T'bia description tallies with
tbat given by Mra. Huddetow, wbo
lives nearby bnd saw a negtc passing
over the fields toward tbe trolley track
on the Camden pike shortly after noon.
Miss Allinion was about 35yean old
am) good looking, although slightly
gray.
Mrs. Esther Strswbrldgs, widow of
Edward Btrawbridge, wbo owns tha
house occupied by Mies Alllnson nod
resides nettby, says tbat Mise Allin
eoo was always a vary quiet and In
offensive woman, earning her liveli
hood by keeping boarders, generally
women employed in tbe stores of tbe
town. No posai ble motive for tha
otime other than that of assault can
be imagined.
Friends who examined the house
discovered that all of Misa Alllnson'*
jewelry, including a gold watch sod a
small nm ol money, woe stolen. On
tbe wntob was engraved "F. W. Allin
•on, from Bert. "
Misa Alllnson bas a brother in
Persia and a sister in India, both of
whom are missionaries.
WEATHER F0RECA3T.
Associated Tr«, tn-natoh hr Special " Ire.
Washington, Jan. 19.—Weather fore
cast for Delaware:
Partly cloudy tonight; rain tomorrow;
light, variable wind, becoming easterly
and fresh.
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