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M'l' !■ * jW A; II Speed ol the Steamboat Cristobal Colon on the Trial Trip. CONTRACT LIMIT EXCEEDED I i Thro* Mlles an Hour Above the Stipulation. PUSEY & JONES CO. COMMENDED Builders of the Bo«t Exceeded the Expectations. Th» Trf»l Tt*p, •• U« I>sl»w»r» IU»«r. «trat.« th. FulTh.l Wilmington •till It *•» Omiy Qs»li ff.d to Com. Up to All th. IUqntr.in.nl». But B»t n ■•Ml nt DWlag mach B.tl.r. Th* steamboat Orlitob»! Colon, built by tbo Puist 4 Jot*. Co. for tu« Ida of Pino. Steamship Co., was Hi. en a four-hour endurance test on the Delaware Hirer yesterday. In wbloh (be abowed a speed of K> mile, an hour, three miles an hour in eioasa •I tba contract requirement, 'the electric light plant was also tested, With satisfactory results. General Man ager J. Parker Jeflerls ol the building mpany was in charge of the trial trip. Cant. Samuel A. Denney and 1 C'apt. William Hancock wets at tba I wheel. ! A Iter the boat ist out on the eourso on the Delaware Hirer the mile range < wss taken and this mile run off at three minutes and 45 seconds. Tbo parties lor whom tbo boat wss built warn eo wall pleased that they tested •say and ereryhody was smiling. Ar rangements were at oona made by tba president,secretary and treasurer, with Bheppard Josephs lor the furnishings : lot the ree.« I throughout, and a de j tailed Hat ol goods needed, such curtains, linoleums,bedding and other 1 articles, was made, j On the return Capt. llemka dia 1 cussed the trip to the Isle of Pinea, wbloh, it is expected, will require j about fire days. Coal consumption, I storage capacity and water supply I were taken up, and considered. When asked what be thought of tba itssuKt, President Keenan saldt "1 am greatly planned with tba boat. Bhe la all that oould be asked lor, I am proud ct bar and the builders. They bars put up an excellent ressel tor the service lor which sbe Is needed. Nobody could ask mare. We will bare to build another,but It will be of ateel cud a muob larger boat, and when we bars another trip 1 hope It will be as satisfactory and as pleassnt as has bean this one. " Beeretary 11 III aald: "Tbs Crlatobal Colon la a fine boat and will answer ! well the purpose lot wblob she is in I tended. Wo cannot be otherwise than ' pleased with It and the run." Capt. Helnke, who was in the United States Nary, quartermasters' depart ment, in lOOO.and who went to Chinn, in tbs oorrloa, la a well-known au thority. lis was asked: "Ale you going to hare a good boat, Capt. Ilsinkst" to which ha replied: "I will tara one of the finest boats ol her ala* afloat. Bm Is a fine ressel, and beats anything of the kind I hara orer sees. I oaxaw sea whara It la poa m dl» to improra upon bar In any one t. Bhe is comfortable, well built perdy and cannot help but pleast body. Tbe people at ilatanamo rns n nil ovary are anxiously looking lor a boat and In • month or butj little mote they will see one that tor hsaut), spaed and comfort will more than surprise their greatest expectation,." President Bareiy of the building oompany said: "We are quiet people; we always try to please and carry out out contracte se made. Tbe boat is a wonder and her tun was pleasing." The trial trip was orer 'Jfi miles, • eouth, on tbs Delaware Hirer and re turn. The start from tbe wharf was made at 10 , 1 'J a. m.,in tow n| the tug boat Alles, and on reaching the mouth of tbe Christiana tbe signal "one whistle, " was given to the tug and tbe latter at once threw off the tow line and the Cristobal Colon, under bet own steam, beaded up tbe Delaware Hiver. A circle wae made by tbe ves sel and when tbs ranges st the mouth ot the Christinas wets io line the speed ol the vessel was increased on the endurance tun, at 10.43 o'clock. The regulation mile distance range on tbe New Jereey shore was run in three minutes and 45 ecooods, which was far In excess cf the required epeed. Among those on beard of tbe vessel were: T. J. Keenan ot Pittiburg, Pa., president ot the Isla ul Pinea Bteam ship Co. ; J. Hill ol New Y'ork, secre tary and treasurer ot tha oompany ; C. Q. Ktcnan of Pittabnrg, Pa., a brother of tbe president of the company ; Joseph 1L Uosslnger of Newark, Cap*.. Of Interest to All I Paracamph, First Aid to the Injured, ie »he most remarkable remedy the world has ever known for the cure of arbre and of all kinds by external api remedy is n combinai ion of pains Thi» >licntion. cooling, ftooth ing. healing oil» amt camphor. Contains no opium, morphine, cocama, or other narcotic» and poisonous drugs. Safe, Clean and Sure Special Offer. Any peraon in Wilmington who ban not Bt tried thia wonderful preparation ia wi lled to a wimple bottle at N. B. Dan forth '§ _ rug Store. 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Piedmont Ci garette box fronts which do not bear the letter (G) are of equal value with the coupons. / CIGARETTES a The Cigarette of Quality SÎ» are made from selections of genuine old Piedmont to bacco, ripe and sweet—wrapped in tinfoil and always in perfect condition. SAVE YOUR COUPONS THEY ARE VALUABLE /r M THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. H. Uelnke ol New York, who la to taka the vessel to bar destination ; Pissident Thomas U. Savery ol tba building oompany, Thomas H. Baratt, Jr., of Denrer, (Job, Bsmuel U. Bid dle, seomtary ; Clarence Southerland, Bisistant aeoielary ; J. barker Jeffenc, general manager; George A. Messiok, assistant manager; William U. Kirn, superintendent of marine construction ; Robert Mills ol this city and daugh ter, Mrs. A. fi. Moore; Elbert H. Neese, Jacob A. Baldwin, James Urosby, Joseph Cummerlcrd, engi neers; Horace U. Thayer, marina en gineer; Homer Latimer and Howard Beaman of (Jotnall University ; Charles H. Heald, superintendent ; F. Is Oil pin, ohief engineer! W. F. Blakaraore, inspector of revenna outlet serrloe ; David Leroy of New York, represent ing tbe Hoberta Safety Water Tube Boiler Co. ; Bheppard Joseph, rapre ■eating M. Megaiy 4 Bon; Landis Isaacs, Joseph D, Thomas ot tbe draughting and engineering depart ment; Jefferson Uarrett and E. D. Jordan, riggers; Daniel Logus, Tim othy Buckley, Herbert Bhaw, Harry Holler, firemen; Horace Wearer. Fred erick Haar, electricians; John Bssbsn, William MoVey and Moses B. Fleming. The vessel is 130 feet in length and baa three decke; the mainons contain» tba stats room, rnale'a room, galley, pantry, mall room, men's room,lobby, four state rooms and dining saloon. The saloon deok baa three state rooms, lotward, a passage way, than eight state rooms, steward's room, women's room, stairway, aolaa and (out atate rooms. Alt of this deok there la an open •pace with testa. The hurricane deok extends to within 32 feet ol tba bow, upon which Is located the pilothouse, captain's room and four lifeboats. Each «täte room has two bertha, fitted with spring!. Each room has wash stands and mirrors. Tbe officers' state room has a handsome mahogany bureau, Tbe vessel is painted white and the furniture, tables, bunks, are finished in mahogany. Tbe plumbing is ot the moat modem make and tbs water la supplied by gravity from tanks for the toilet rooms, sinks in the galley and pantry. The engines driving tbe vessel are vortical Inverted direct-acting lore and aft compound surface condensing en gines, with cylinder» 0 and 20 inches in diameter, eaab having a piston stroke ot 10 inches. The steam is supplied by a Roberta water tube boiler, suitable to use coal or weed, and with a working pressure ol 160 pounds to tbe square inch. The propel Is boat has five lor feeding the Fresh water tanks ara located fata and alt lot tha use ot tbe kl toben. The lighting is by electricity. In the dining saloon are 17 lam candle-power each and on r wheels ere of bronee. The S ump« and in iojeolot aller. ins of 16 the top el tbe pilothouse Is erected s eesiobligbt. The total number of light* Is 114 ol 16 oaodla-puwer each. Id tbs sagiss sad boiler rooms the tights are enclosed in waterproof Usturee. Tba entire wiring ie in conformity with the rales ana regulations ol tbe board of bra under writers. The visitors, guests and empleyea partook ot a fine dinner on th* boat, perpared and served by Caterer Hiram Colder and an able cor Mesura. Keenan and bare never lasted suob tried oysters. We oanootget such io New Y'ork," of assistants, ■aid; "W* HTi! MEETINGS TONIGHT. City Council. Wawsset Qun Club. Democratic loogus. Camp 2, P. O. S, A. Oram Peel. O. A. R. Iron Moulders Cnlon. Delaware Saeniterband. Republican invincibles. C yras Temple, L. G. E. Clayton Lodge, K. of P. Eden Lodge, Division No. Grand Opera House Band. Asylum Lodge, 1. O. O. V, Humboldt Castle, K. O. E. Roosevelt Republican Club. Alpha Council. L. 0. H, a Excelsior Council, U. F. A. Friendship Lodge, K. of P. C rusaders Temple, L. O. B. Jefferson Lodge, 1, C). O. F. Delaware Conclave, I. O. H. Mos» Rose Temple, L. O. E. Apollo K. G. E, Brass Band, Diamond State Homing Club. Eighth Ward Single Tax Club. Beta Tent. No. 2. K. o. T. M. Second Ward Single Tax Club. Seventh Ward Single Tax Club. Kadosh Uornmandery, K. of M. Keokuk Tribe, Imp'd O. R. M. Brandywine t enclave. S. W. M. Palestine Castle, A. O. K. M. 0. Wilmington Lodgn, A. O. U. W. I. O. O. F. 4, A. O. H. Winona Council, Jr. O. U. A. M, Delaware Cotumandery, K. Q. E. Hiawatha Tribe. Imp'd Ü. K. M. >> ilinington Iahi^s of Machiniata. Mi/pnh Conclave, H., or 8. W. M. Oc) ma nr la Lodgo, L. A. to B. H. T. frtdy Wu-hmtfton Home Communion, rixmiavtiv«* Ohaplor. American Guild, ttHsrungtun Camp, No. JÜ, i\ O. 8. A. Brandywine Lodge, Order of th « World. Court Brandywine, Foreater» of America. « limington Lodg«, No. 17h, 1. u. O. T. »aahington codge, No. 1. A. F. 4. A. M. BOXING. Some Fine Rants st the Casino I.est Kv.n lug. Harry Jpnes, who has fought sereral National Bportmg (Jlub,)n thia oity.surprisad bis frienda last evening by tbe showing be mad« in a fast eix-round bout with Billie Kolb, the Jap. Jones wee aggieesive from tbe beginning of tbe bout until towards tbe latter part ol it, when he bad to ease up on account of being exhausted. Ha landed soma bard blow* on Kolb on tba first part of tbe fight and took some hard ones in return. At ona time ha rained ao many bard blows upon Kolb's face that tbe latter fled and leaned against tba ropes on tbe opposite side ot tbe ting. In the last two round* both men were tired, but Kolb was fresher than Jonsa. He had a gash orer hie right eye,but that times belote tbe did not deter him from ruebiog things. U «a* a good draw. Young Joe Grim of Philadelphia made a good showing In hie bout with Kid Qlesaoo ol Connecticut. Gleason was much (aster than Grim, but his blows lacked steam. He used tbe Philadelphia boy for a punching hag during (our rounds of tbe bout; after that Grim gave a good aeoountof him self. One ol the prettiest fights ever wit nessed io the (Jaaino wss a bout be tween tbe Aoe ot Clubs and FJddis Wallace, both of Philadelphia, laoa bad Aoo on tbe defensive for tbe greater part ol tbe tight, but tbe col ored bor wae game. Left jsbe to the few and hard body blows were received by the colored boy, and be came hack after mote. He landed eeveral hard ones on Wallace. Referee Bailey atopped tba boot be tween Joe Borner ol B^utbwark, and Jimmie Russell of Philadelphia, In tbe third round. He knew too mnob about tha game lor Homer and to allow tbe fight to go on would be brutal. Borner wae willing to go sa far as he oould, but was plainly ontolaesed. Young Jack Hanlln of Philadelphia betted Jimmie, the bootblack, ol New York, In a six round go during tbe preliminaries. Wal id that Russell LODGES AND SOCIETIES The great chiefs of the Great Coun oil of Delaware, Imp'd O. K. M., will assist In th* dedication of tbe iÜ| uxw wigwam ol Mionn Tribe, Magnolia, early in Marob. Chief Haymaker J. L. Midlsm, assisted by Deputy Chief Haymaker James K. Blmmerteen, and accompanied by sereral of tbe other otfioere ol tha degree last evening visited Osage Tribe, and conferred that degree upon s number of caidi dates. Wynsma Council, Degree of Pooshontss, will psy s fraternal visit this evening to Pooshontss Council st Usury Clay. Tbs members of Wilmington Aerie, No. 74, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will be tendered s dinner on next Wednes day evening nt the Lafayette tea tentent, Seventh sad Shipley streets. A suooeesul package party wae held evening by McKinley Conclave, Usptasoph* or Seven Wise Men, in tbs rooms of the organisation, in tbe Ma sonio Temple. The eighth annniretsarr of Cyrus Tempi*, Ladies ol the Golden Eagle, will be celebrated on March 7th. On* candidate was initiated at the meeting ol Champion Lodge, K. of F., last sreolog. Welcome Oounail, Jr, O. U. A. M., will shortly hare a class initiation. last HUW8 YUUK STOMACH? 7. James Balt Has a Remedy Wbloh Be Guarantee, to Cure the Worte Case, of Rtemech Trouble. We wleh to tell ths readers of this paper about a remedy which Is a marvel In medi cine. It cures the worst cases, from the •cute attack of indigestion to chconlo dyspepsia. This remedy is known as Albert's Little Dinner Pill, being the pre scription of Dr. Hutchinson, the noted specialist of London and Brighton, Eng., who previous to hie decease tied built remarkable practice a, a a case, of the stomach. iali.t in Hutchinson claimed that his success wss due to the ol this Pill, and since its Introduction to lhe American continent It ha. performed wonderful curse. Mr. J. H. Lombard. Casco, Mo., writes: "I am now past 31 years ol age and have had stomnch trouble practically all my life. 1 sent and got a sample package ol Albert's Lillie Dinner Pill, thinking that it would turn out to bs one more disappslmment. but from the first dose I found relief, and can say that I am now better than ever before in my Ilfs, it is a wonderful curs, (or dyspepsia and I heartily recommend It to all sufferers from stomach troubles" Albert's Little Dinner Pill contains no physio, no açld, alkali, giuger. pepsin, psnoreatln, soda, morphine or eny prepar ation of opium, or in (act any at the in gredient. usually found in so-called dys pepsia It cores by removing the cause and mnkea the wont cases well, being gurenteeu to benefit or tho purchase price returned. At drug stores or by mall, 25 cents per package. Sample* free. Address Albert Chemical Co.. Boston, lias.. Sold and guaranteed by Z. James Belt, Uli Markst street, Wilmington, Dsi. is K? • ir.M*. NE HAND OF THE LAW r Extended to Present Violence ol Any Kind by Men Who SCPREUECOORTOP NEW YORK Grants Injunction on Applica tion of Butterick Co. STRIKING PRINTERS AREENJOINED From Picketing, Intimidation and Other Acts. Injunction !■ Directed Agalmt the New Vork Typographical Union end Allied Trude Association»- I'« unity lor Disobey ing (ho Uoun'i Orders Is Imprisonment. New York, Fab. 1 .—The injunction obtained by tba Butterick tublisbiog Co., limite], against tbe striking printers ol New V traded attention by reason of tba ••liant points of strike oppression it ooreri. The injunction was issued by tba Supreme Court of the Slate of New Y'ork against New York Typographical Union, No, 6 ("Big Bix''); Press men's Union, No. 51; Ben Franklin Association, No. 23; International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North America, sad their members and others, and it enjoins thorn as follows: From picketing (nod interfering With employes), as follows: From making any requests, giring any advice, or resorting to any ipeoles of persuasion, threats, Intimidation, force, or fraud,wblch operates to over came tbe exercise of tbe free will of any perron connected with the plain'.IIT or ite customers as employes or other wise from "picketing" tbe place of business ol this plaintiff at Bpring, Maodougsl and Vaudam streets, m the Borough of Manhattan, city, county, and State of New York, of any of the place* ol business where this plaintiff or any of tbe customers ol this plain tiff do business In said city or else where, by stationing themselves or causing others to station themselves upon or along the streets, allays, or thorough fares leading to such places ol business for tbe purpose ol intercept ing tbe employas of this plaintiff or of other companies' customers of this plaintiff while said employes are going to or returning from suob places of business, and by requests, advice, per suasion, intimidation, threats, force or fraud, or defamatory publications which operate tooreroome tba exercise ol tbe free will ot the persans con cerned, inducing or procuring said em ployes to quit the employment ol this plaintiff or of companies customers ol this plainitff or by reason of tbe num ber and attitude of such pickets in timidating said employes or other pei sons baring business at suob places of business ; or from resorting to tbe like means at any other time or place, ot under any other circumstances, to in duce, procure, or compel suob em ployes, or any ot them, to quit their employment. ork Oily, baa at From boycotting, as fellowsi From advising or requesting, by any means whereby persons are Induced to sot or to refrain from noting by fear ol tbe injurioue consequences to them selres or their property, whether by oral communications, by letters, by printsd circulars, placards, posters, ot otherwise, persons who are now pur chasers ot the publioations or patterns ot this plaintiff or ol companies cus tomers of this plaintiff, or who are about to or might otherwise become euch purchasers, to refrain from mak ing suob purohases; persons who are now subscribers for tbe publioations ol this plaintiff or ol companies cus tomers of this plaintiff, or who are about to or might otherwise becomo suob subscribers, to withdraw and re frain from making snob subscriptions; persons who are now purchasing or selling tbe publications and patterns of this plaintiff ot ot companies cus tomers ot this plaintiff ot who ate about to ot might otherwise become customers to purchase or sell such publication and patterns,to desist and and selling patterns ; or psrsone who era now acting ss agents lot this plaintiff or for companies cus tomers of this plaintiff or who ate about to or might otherwise become suob agents, to daeiat and retrain liom acting ss suob agents. From thieats and intimidation, follows : From resorting to any species ot threats, intimidation, force or fraud to accomplish snob purposes or procure other persona so to do; from present ing or attempting to prêtant, by any means whereby persons are induced to act or refrain from acting by fear ol th* injurious consequences to tbem •svles ot their property, any merchant, newsdealer, newsman or newswoman, or other person, from purobaaing or selling the publioations and pattern* of this plaintiff or of oompiniss.ous tomers of this plaintiff. From violence, as follows: From all wots of violence toward tbe employes of this plaintiff, or persona doing business with tnis plaintiff i From interference, as follows: From In any other manner ot by any other meant interfering with tbe property, property rights, or business ol tbiff plaintiff, or of any peraon con nected with thia plaintiff is employe, agent, or customer. Feraoos diaobeying tba shore may be committed to jail. retrain from purchasing ■uob publications and ^The manutacturars of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy receive letton, from th« most remote corner* of the world In praise of thi. well-known medicine. Purent» In Auetralis, India and Samoa give It to their be Me. lor cold, and croup, with the »am« satisfactory result, ns do the mother, in our homes, and bscoms just as anthueiaiilc in their praise of its merits.* Failure. "Very frequently, " fays a New YVrk lawyer, "there is ao element ol ■ consolons humor' io tbs findings of a jury. To my mind, tbe beat I ever heard In this connection was tbs ver dict brought In by a coroner's jary in Michigan, who wer* called open to pass upon the ease of tbe sudden death of a merchant is Lansing. "Tbs finding win as follows: 'We, tbs jury, find (tom the physician's statement that the deceased came to hi* death from heart failure, super induced by business failure, which was Gsuled by speculation failures which was the result ol Isilur* to see Isr enough thsaa Harper s Weekly. un ^ Cl ■ I . .>7 .'v •A fikà ••M IJÄ tt :-r-~ k 5\ i. v i u;ij[»w«w»w w» W 7'X \ r;.. v i 0 — f TÇ.K. VÄ 1 . ' \ ^ VJ *—ït TheWinning Stroke 'St 5:7 A •:v ■t V it, If more than ordinary skill in playing brings the honors of the game to the winning player, so exceptional merit in a remedy ensures the commendation of the well informed, and as a rea sonable amount of outdoor life and recreation is conducive to the health and strength, so does a perfect laxative tend to one's improvement in cases of constipation, biliousness, headaches, etc. It is all important, however, in selecting a laxative, to choose one of known quality and excellence, like the ever pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Go., a laxative which sweetens and cleanses the system effectually, when a laxative is needed, without any unpleasant after effects, as it acts naturally and gently on the internal organs, simply assisting nature when nature needs assistance, without griping, irritating or debilitating the internal organs in any way, as ikeontains nothing of an objectionable or injurious nature. As the plants which are combined with the figs in the manufacture of Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to act most beneficially upon the system, the remedy has met with their general approval as a family laxative, a fact well worth considering in making purchases. It is because of the fact that SYRUP OP FIGS is a remedy of known quality and excellence, and approved by physicians that has led to its use by so many millions of well informed people, who would not use any remedy of uncertain quality or inferior reputation. Every family should have a bottle of the genuine on hand at all times, to use when a laxative remedy is required. Please to remember that the genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale in bottles of one size only, by all reputable druggists, and that full name of the company—California Fig Syrup Go., is plainly printed on the front of every package. Regular price,50c per bottle. i' . . 'm VrV s • ^ et » »... » 5W; .•V v •« 'V. i* V ;«J . r V .Vi, »<• U««.-, ■saw. y -fpV,i.,v WS\AtVTlrtMi pr •V, (al'FQrniaTTg Syrup (q iFränciico. 7TT- V. ■•V f £ > ili HOTEL MARLBOROUGH. Broadway, Thlrty-alxth and Thirty.aeventh Streets, Herald Square, New York. Most Centrally Located Hotel on Broadway. Under Now Management »tue« January Ut, 1905 Completely RESONATED and TRANSFORMED in every department The large it and most attract! ?• Lobby and Ro tunda in the city. Two beautiful new DINING ROOMä Bnperior TABLE D'HOTE DINNER every day , from 6 to 9 p. m. The Famous German Rathskeller dflfilflS i « I«: ; fii! Broadway's Chief Attraction for Special Food Dishes. Popular ^Muetc, Better than ever before. European Plan. « Mt <00 ROOMa Reduced Rates for Permanent Guests. Rstes 1er Rooms, 11.00 «nd upward; t-'.OO and upward with bsth. Parlor, bedroom and bath 18.00, $4.00 and |6.00 per day. Parlor, two bedrooms and hath, 16.00, 16.00 and $«.00 per day. $L(W extra where two per«on» occupy a »Ingle room. Write for Booklet SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY. E. M. TIERNEY. Manager. 200 BATHS, AMUSEMENTS. John Drew's combinai, ion with Au gustus Thomas, on> as player and one as author, ought to he s very felicitous one Both ate warm friends in New Y'ork, end each knows the others' per sonalities perfectly. The result has been that in "Da Lancsy" Mr, Thomas bos given Mr. Drew a charac ter that fitted him ae perfectly traditional glove or tbo paper on the wall. It ie very muob modern and about bb ultra-fashionable an affair as the audiences on the otbei aide ot tbe footlights when Mr. Drew opene eu engagement at the Grand Opera House tomorrow night. "The Sobool Girl'' comer to tbo Grand Opern House next Thursday night. as tbe One of tbe really funny m age, Ezra Kendall,comes to Opera House on Baturday night, with "The Vinegar Buyer," the same piece which he made known to the world of theatre-goers in tbe itme theatre something like three years ago. Blocs that time it has been orer meet of tbe oountiy between the uoesns and in all places,judgment of it fass been little different from what it was here when the venture wae new—substantially that it ia a very good play, and that Mr. Kendall makes good use ol it to exploit all aides of bis peculiar oddity and manages to make audience* forget with hie broad and racy humor be iofueei into tbe enterprising trader, who comes into a western village, ostensibly for trade alone, and is soon managing all snrla of public and pri vate affaire (or tbe village and its in dividual residents, including "foil ing" s "villain. " en ot tbe tbe Grand One of tbe most auossisfal mediums who ever - humbugged believers in spiritualism was a Mr*. Bhaw, whose* greatest card was turning watsr into win*. Bhe praotioed this trick, for that wae all It was, for many years, and humbugged thousands of suscepti ble people at a dollar a head. Ma gician Kellai will exploit tbs trick during bis entertainment here, and will show that It is as easy to torn wine into water as watsr into wine, and when you barn seen the trick you will be in doubt wbetbsi you saw any wine or water at all. Kellar comes to the Grand Opera House next Monday night. A sensational melodrama of western life by Lincoln J. Carter, entitled "lb* blaming Arrow," will again be eeeu at tbe Lyceum Th airs, begin nlng tonight, lor three days. The story relates tbe ad estates ol a young chief °f tbe Arrapboe Tribe kaowo t. "White Eagle," who at tbe opening There is a remedy over sixty years old — Ayer s Cherry Pectoral. Of course you have ncard of it, probably have used it. Once in the family, it stays' the one household remedy for coughs v.™™r, k doc ]°; » bou « »«• For Coughs basilic $f3orts. ATLANTIC CITT. CHALFONTE. On the Beach. Fireproof. Always Open. THE LEEDS COMPANY. THE RUNNYMEAOE, Dar» I*.ace, overlooking the Boardwalk god the City Dam. Open all the year. Enjoying an un excelled location end equipped with every aiv I Ointment, 111 nitrated booklet. MBS I. McILWAlN. of tbe play has but; recently relumed to big tribal home in tbe far west from an eastern college. Like tbe most of bis race, when be returns Iron) civili zation he dons the moccasins and cos tumes of his auocetore sod once more is to outward appearances a thorough savage. In tbe cast are It) full blooded braves, especially selected from the warlike and fierce Bioux of tbe Pine Kidge Agency. A feature of tbe pro duction la tbe ooetuming of tbe In dians. The bead and leather dressing ol the braves ie said to be very elab orate and correct, many of (the bead dresses, hunting snirta and moccasins being striking examples ol tbe Indian art in this line. In "Secret Service Sam, " tbe eenes tiona) melodrama which will be pre sented at the Lyceum February 5th, 6 tb and 7th, by A. H. Woods, the lead ing role at Sam Princeton—known as Secret Service Sam, a detective—is in tbe bends of Charles T. Aldrich, the actor-magician, who once in real life played the character he now reproduces on the stage. Mr. Aldrich will make many complete changes ol identity hefore tbe audience. Extra bargain matinee will be given on Tuesday, February 6 th. On* of the laughing feature! of tbe bill at tbe Garrick thia week is the Amerious Comedy Four, a quartet of singera und comedians who furnish a lively 20 minutai of entertainment. -With three comedians tbe act relies on its mirth-provoking qualities rather than anything else to boost it along. It baa been well received during the week. Holend West i Co. in "Jockey Jones." the Fitzgibbon-MoCoy Trio md the several others on toe bill Untie to play to largo audiences. ooo BOWLING. ihe Malleable Iron bowling team isleated tbs Urusader'. Last Is team last night by the following sours: * Malioabl* Iron ...771 886 784 - 246.3 Ututadei's Caslle. .665 90i 8 >2-2418 PENNSYLVANIA * RAILROAD. PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON DIVISION. Schedule In effect January lut. 193ft. follow»: For Chester and i btliidc lphta, ].4t, 4.15. fft.ll 6.8^ t?.lA L'XL7.42, 7.5C^ fh.07, H.50, t9.0u, 9.80,10.09 fl0.hu. 1L18, fll.32. 11.45 a. m.. fliftO. 1 *, fill t68,t3.50, 4.8S, 6.06. fJUO, 6.07, f# W. 6.57.9 J. 10.00 and +11.ÜÜ p. m. week-day». 1.43, c.lh f7.HL 48.14, tV.00. 9.85, 11.46 ». m.. t!2.15. 1.37, 2.51 f3.60, 6.05. f5.30. 6.O.. 17.28» 9.18» 10.03 and fluS3 p. m. Buiidnya For Piiiinaelphia only, 3.89, 9.85 j. tu.. 1I20L 6.W. â.22, 6.18, 7.11 and M.U0 p. m. wren-4^«. 8.39, 8.33 a. m., 6.18, 7.11 aude.W) p. m. Sunday* For New York (through expuw). 1.43, 1U6. 11.46 a. m., *12.29, *1.37, 8.10, 5.22, 6.07. *6.21 •7,11. 9.28 m. weekday». 1.43. A89, *11.46 a m.; •L87. 2.58, R22, 6.07. *t.23» *7.11 and 9.23p m. Sunday». lor Boston without change, 10.00a. m. andin p. m. week-day* 8.00 p. n. Sunday». Baltimore and W ashington. 1.03, 4.2H 7.15, i9l ».la tio.14. 11.07, *11.48 a. m., *12.86.'*1.11, *2. A *89. 5. 6, b.uR *tv.2ü, 7.U0, *7.31, *8,'6. fttÜU. U m,. and 12.18 night, week-day«. 1.03,4.23, 7.1*. 8.02. f 10.14, 11.48 a. m.. *12.36 *2.06 3.58. i». 6.06 •*.•*>, *7^L 8.16. 19.00p. m^ and 112.1Snlfhu, Bondaya Baltimore and Intermediate »tatloai, YLQ, 14.48, Ô.68 p. m. week-day» and 15.58 p m. -a., day». Train» leave \% ilmincu FOR THE SOUTH. Atlantic Gout Una.—Express, 12.SS p. m. dally. Limiten, I.15am, VMk-dsyL Southern Railway—Express, 8.02 ». m. UK s as and 7.81 n m. dally. Limited, 4 M p a. week-daya. Seaboard Air Una Railway—Ixprass.AO: a a. id 8.82 p. rn. dally. Llmiu-d, 8,80 a m. dally Norfols and Weitern Railway—For MempaJ and New Orieana. 6.26 n m. dally. Chesapeake & Ohio Hallway—Express, 1L01 a m. week-days, 8.18 p. m. dally. LOS a m. ant DELAWARE DIVISION. Few New Castle, 6.6* 8.28 a. m, 8.06. 8.44 »»4 6.62 p, m. week-daya For Lewe», 8.28 a. m. and 3.44 n. m. week-Uyi For Rehoboth, 8.28 a. m. Tuesdays, Tbur«!»?* and baturdaya For Dover. Harrington and Delmar, 8.», 1W* daUy 8 6-62 P* * ••*'4*7* and 12.00 ni|M For Harrington ana way «tatlona 8,56 a a and 8.05 p. m. week-day». pre»» for ( ape Charles, Old Point Comfort Norfolk. 10.58 a.m. week-dayi and 12.00 nlfhi BX ai a dally. FOR ATLANTIC CITT. Connecting via West Philadelphia. 8.» am. 2.88 and 8.Û p. m. week-day». 8.14 e. m.. »M 8.18 p. m. Sunday». • iHnD't* c «r . 1A room mod allon 1 raina Tbe Wilmington Transfer Company will 0»U tor and check begRoge from hotel» and rtd dew. For further information, apply ^U (Hin». * ily iicket Agent, 608 or at the »tfttion W. W. ATTHKBUHY, beueral Man to J. H. ■» Market MW, J. R. WOOD nsnr. furr Trafic M snse w OEO. W. BOVI>, General PuMenxer AkccL WILSON LINE. FfUUkbJOi'iUA PARSKNQKR AND FBKI8HI Lit.' E. ) ••t»»« oi atAMkk CITY OF CHESTER Leave» s\ ilmiugiou, louriu »utmi wfcorL wert» day» aud bundaym 7.30 a. m. aud LOU p. m. Leave» theater ona hour latoc . Lea va» Dhiiadelphia, Dior 8. North above Arrt street, week-day» and fcuuüay», 10.16 a. m. »»a 4.16 p m. 1a aves Cheater one hour later. bhipr*er»of Irelghi have Irequent wvlo®. care ful handling, prompt dell vary and full protecUod from the weather by covered wham» wagon». i o »«cure th tlea, order jour »hlpMBj* via WILSON LINE, Dlerfc, North (»boveArrt) Dhiiadelphia, Da, and Fourth Street Wharf, Wü» D f ARKrTiNCLUDIN« SATURDAYS ARK SUNDAYS, fetfil nil 26c: one way, 16& Ihliadelphla, Kxc., CLeti«r Kxc.. ibe: one way, 10a HORACK WILSON, (leuerai Manayw New Jersey & ViimiogtM ferry & Steamer Ulrica. Chang* oi Urne iu effect October Ai, MW bl aaJ Leave» Wilmingum, weeXUay% 83A) a 8 .oo I«. m. Leave» ieuu« Oiuvo, wecAuay«. W a. 5.U0 pc m. ieLVot W win tug! ou. ûalurday». 6*0' m " 0.00 and lo.ao ja a. Hi, Sill CàruTo, aawuroaf«. Je A OK l - Lhtc» l * SD(t 7 Ik VV Uui.u^luu, buudd/a Ü8Û * Ä ou4 ..io p. in Laave» lnuui Uruve. auauaja. aud b.uj p. nk GINSENG hundred» ol Cullsrs worth annually. 1 ' a Ihroughoot the ü. H. «nd Canada »« sud M)Fd miring sprlaw »ml f»l* V-ÎL. lïïn f*i bous m ii-i buy the dried product, «pu i c *jj »( srted in mis profitable wittart outlay, teu-i v*c «(ami* to-day toi h u literature teliiiiR all about U u Tbe ST. LOUIS GINSENG CO. St. Lou.s, Mo.