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WILMINGTON, DFT.AAVAUE, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1906 EIGHT PAGER
PRICE ONE CENT
«Uiusrrornte,
;A MD opera house.
Friday. February 2d,
Cb.rle» Erohman preavnts
JOHN DREW
J h if »rcktc»t comedy succc,
"De Lancey."
;sc, WC, 76C, «L00, 11.51
in
Frlet*
Saturday, February 3d,
„THEC0MED1AN YOU ALL KNOW,'*
£2RA KENDALL
EZRA KENDALL
L1EBLEB 4 oo., Mt.ll.ger».
In bit Lovabla and Laugltable Creation,
THE
VINEGAR
BUYER.
a
> y
26c, 35c, 60c,75c, |1<00, $1.50.
Monday, February 5th,
KELLAR
the WORLD'S GREATEST
MAGICIAN
including HI» Famoui Masterpiece,
[WITCH; THE nAl IA)R AND TUE BN
C
CHANTED MONKEY."
25c, 35c. 60C, 75C. »100.
Wes»;
T YCEUM theatre.
strMt. w«t of Market. Both Phon«,
f Monday. Wednesday. Friday
BsUneer : * au<l «auirday.
_ f Mutines. 10c, 20c and 26c.
W^»j ni^ht, 10C, 20c. aoc and 50c.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
i«ui«rb SeD,«ttonal, Seirnliffe t-urprU«.
A Vtrtd Portrayal of the Far W«.t
LINCOLN J. CARTER'S
SPECIAL PRODUCTION,
The Flaming Arrow
Introducing the World's Orentct
Genuine Indian Brass Band.
f M Extreme Limit ol Melodramatic Magnitude.
SEE
1 be Council F re and Ghor-l Dance.
Im At ark on Old fort Heno.
Tte Rcnderrol Horses. Arrow and Buckskin.
jMueuume Indian Brav» Band.
40—Big Special Cast ol People—4O ,
Coming Monday -''Secret Service Fam."
Dir» Baigaio Matinee, Tuesday, Feb. 6th.
0CK&7 At'KH'S GARHI K THEATRE,
H.liH-tLASS VAOUKVlLLt;
vteek cummencing rtouil.y, January ".".ffh;
ROLAttU WEeT à LOR f A NY,
TUE SIX PKBBI SISTERS.

„MEEICUS COMEDY FOUR,
UTZQIBBON-McCOY TRIO,
JIB. and MRS. STUART DARKOW,
THE THREE JACKSOK*.
VERA KING and THE KINKTOGKAPH
Aftsruoon at 2.16; Evenings at 8.16.
Price» 10, 2U. au and ttc. box feats 7Bc.
ilolirrs.
Dite t WKLt'ttMK Ldtrtl t, MI. », . OF B..
1, re juf*ts at I membeia lo meet at 410 fa*l
Nwiih »tree-, loatt-nd.in a r>od^-, the funeral
oi UdvAmia Heniiet. By order ol Commander
I JOSEPHINE MkRKAM.
Proposals.
TiH-jFCSAL" sealed proposals will
1 lie received by the Levy i.ourt Commissioners
et New ( astle county, Delaware, at tue < ounty
Dun Route, v\ ILnmgtoii, until 12 o.'clock. noon,
Ttcfis). Feiruary 20th. DOft. for the cou»iruc
Ooitof s filetl diaw bridge over the Apptajuini
m:nk riftcr, near Odessa, New Castle county,
mMv are.
I'nns and specifleatloos can be seen gt the
effl.-e i f the ik'unty Comptroller.
I U. C. bALMON,
Lew Court Commissi oner.
ium
71
£tatrmruts.
CEVERTH ANNUAL STAT MENT OF THE
0 Nsdonni Building Loan and Provident At so
lution of Delaware.
ASSETS.
Loto* on Hood n l Mi r:gige..
b*u».)u efianm of - o » .
\7%,w.n
5,n85.U0
8,785.8$
a.iif .77
1,2 9.26
3.04V. 0
test rda'e. . .
teurer. Pr, mlum and Fines, due and
SU| piles.
UU|R.lf1.
Ct) »• Fur..dure
ttofi <jh I. and.
• 2 0,648 03
» 1)1,110.13
. 86,650.00
irM 70
vö«.»J
4,5.9.21
LIAI 1LIT1F8.
J»«tsl tnenl mock
lui. I
f*M u , .MÊÊ
lareni ti>cu.
Cudlv.dtd TroOU.
■uck
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• 0'.643.08
I hereby ce tlfy that the above and ion-going
■ * true »uti-iKu.
■_ of the a*-ct> and liabilities
Oi tae Nntioual Hu Kling L an und Provident
tetectaioLon the i hirty-ttt>t day of iecember,
T. DAKUNGTOM SMITH, Auditor,
arpenter, Jr.. Pr si .tent.
.. Kelley, Vice-President,
intixifjr- a. l*!«en, heereiary and Treasurer.
)»d;i mwf-im
Jot L fa
tao. b.
ïost and /omul.
IT <*T onui NECKLACE GO NO EBOM
sixth ana Market tovfflh and French. He
rHJ : * ,etulunl 10 Principal of No. I school.
W0-2G
TOsl-BUNCU OP KEYS WHILE GOING
'Islid and French to Post Office.
JiM-ltj Eetom l o 220 FRENCH STREET.
h ABOUT DECEMBER 15thT SETTER
,®of. black and light Wue.- answers to name
I •J Mld on collar, but no name. Reward If
m** 10 D. O. HASITNOb,
_Greenback, or 9)4 Mark et tu
SATURDAY, JANUARY 27r*. ON
Ltefcond street let ween Madison ana latuall,
.P^lftbook comaiclng 813.5A Will the finder
H» return lo Mrs. Martha Boott. care of
si*!!5f rorer J il ore. Front and Market streets,
T< llb «ral reward. The money repre
taZ, J^rnloxs of a woman who la the sole
TWn of her family aud who feela the
lür®*- lebl-Sti
1 BLarg p .tant lkathhr
,'i" look ' l °ntaming mm of money, $0.00
"»•M l returned to
a EVERY EVENING OFFICE,
I Ml,- HR KAH1 .p IN Bl , NBOkBTi BKT UIT1I
Psmîîî; 1 '' " n<1 diem ond In center. Bewanted
BI» FuANELIN BT. lebj-ltf
J.
If ri
GOLD ClGNn RING WITH
, «lur w. engraved In t la English. Beward
- tl11 '" l " «■» WI ST TENTH Kr. janTl-Tlf
ïonrclinri inul da tut.
LODGING AND FUKMSHKD
*' I.YNCH'S.« W. Fourth St. lebO-ta
F C M| N .;;' IU ' ,; "OMS. cknibal location.
t-Zil MUr 'i ieoee,. frig KINO. j.n/7-tl
ROOMS EOH GENTLEMEN.
- 1 ELEVENTH bT.
Fw£j KH * 1 ' BOOM8 WITH OR WITHOUT
™ Apply S06 W. FOUHTH ST. Jans-lm)
Fg.taL 8HEI > I'OOMB FOR OF.NTLRM ïîT
- —- U<T «»cliauaed . ,10 W. iota. Jit-mwM
N oV-L ,L "2i. I8UBIJ BOOMS FOB OENTLE
only. 901 TATNALL STREET. Janllm
B°îJ|; £ t pwiNTiü - - -—~
1210 KINO STREET,
Situations Wanted.
W £•«». rosmo»—v o u s 0 .
«,» - from country. 28 y
n' ue ' 111111 Inou.ti tou». Aiidr. ..AU,
ou ■ ' - Keery Evening Office.
\Vo N m l ^** Y , V0l tiu CHRISTIAN (1 E.V
aMIIte' aÎUHÜHSÎ °J ' n ' M üuwl 1 uulliekk
*fcbl jl| '' ddre "' 11 iv «"T Evening Office.
ABL B
% old.
UWiNKD Y0ÜKO I AI.V WlbllLB wriCI
J t work Ha» knowledge o? b.* ak« epiru and
"V.'SfT* 7 - Adam» a îrr*
55*1 Ih rj veoiog Ofiea
\ 5! I
1 \ lion s< housekeeper in widower's i.onu* pre
Also voting lady wants <lrvs»mnk;ng by
U>e- ay. ( »M aus:«j I um M ^t janal-:tt|
Tull» Tlautftt— 4« a if.
VLTANISD-BuY TO DÏÏÎVh WAÛ0N.
** Icb2-!t Apply af. KIM! ST.
VV A NT ED—J < j B
}} un to date,
mauem.
Iebl-U
VVAIWkD -YOCNQ MAN lo i.kaRN Tlix
JY drugbuilocw. Apply DASFORTIÇ8
I -If l.rug More. Market ami r
OMP6S1TOH. must be
» BKW. (1« up. Po It ,
Mate aapcr.vtit'e »ntl ia.t employer.
Apply CUAS L, PToRV. Primer,
6 \V LftT HUUTH ST.
!»■«'■
ond streets.
W
ANTED — KXfhRIh.NCLI
foi luilalint ni hou««*,
fchl-ifti
t OLL ECTOR'
Addre s A .'l.
Every Evening Offlrc.
\V r ANTED—8ECOND-H AND BA K h 1L
I) AI pit H. K. OCR. CHEbTN'UT AND VAN
JHF.NJ3Ti.KF.2V. febl-21
1
/yARBIEH, HAVING LEISURE EVENINGS,
\j can leirn olgout o|i|ortuntly to lucre»«»
« :»k preeaoi hours
aud income now earning,
CAPITA Un I,
laUS-lt
Box G16, New York.
\\
T ANTED—HKAbH MOULDER.
«PEAKHAN PIPE AND hUPI LY CO.,
117 Market street.
A N TE D—CO M POhllOR«. ALSO PRES»
feeders. Job and cylinder 9-hour day.
Janlktf a pi ly ROOM i, Da Yard annex.
Jan27tf
w
NY IN 1 ELUDENT PERBoN MAY EARN \
gcou In. otoe correstiondiiig lor newspapers;
ixnviisblug; experience unnecessary, eend
! »Hi» liars.NORTHERN DK1>S >V N D1 ('A 1 E,
Lock port, N. Y.
A
o.
r. IM
k.N AND BOY8 WANTED 10 EARN
15 to |K day after com pic ling course of prac
tical i our unions at horn« cr
.M
our schooia
tjraduatas adnmutl U> Union. Positions secured.
COYN a Ri;Ofi. CO. Practical School ». Plutntlux
and Brtckiaymf*. New York, Chicago. Utteinnati,
Pt. Louis. Free catalog. fel<7-ly
fulp 'ït'iintcti — jrrniau.
7ANTED—^GOO . WHITE GIRL FOR HOUSE
fct'2 at
ANJfcD-EXPERIENCED LADY lOTAKk
charge of ladles coat and suit depnriuent
-nein sore. A good place for toe
W. w. WA81,
Coaleeville. Pa.
W
1225 MARKET ST.
wc^k.
\\
K t person,
n I . ■ -i
r
W
7 ANTED—NURSING BV EXl KR1KNOED
nurse Addies» A 1», Every Evening office,
f«l2-mwMni^
T ANTED—COLORED GIRL TO DO HOUtSE
work and take c.reof child; mu-t d>e»s
neat Apply 10 7 WALNUT 81 RAFT, febk-8»
r ANTE -«1 TILED WOMAN FOR COOK;
must beexierknced. Apply
feb2-3t MBs. kn NCKY. 6.2 King i reel.
7 ANTED— K I L1 ABL » WOMAN A> ol'K ;
good reference, ( all at 1101 DELAWARE
-feüß-R)
W
V\
\\
AN FiNUK. bytween 3 and ft p. id.
7 A NT ED-P Xl'F.hJK>Cr I» LADY 8UL1UI
1 lor. Call this «veut»
w
g • efore 8. on Hilary.
1). J. PcLLAkD.
7 09 Martel Street.
• feb2>2t
kT>sMAK f K WANTS FIRbT-CLASS HAND.
AddrcoH A 10. Every Evening Oflhe.
1)

f AKT tu— WOMAN rv>r.OI nkbai, nousK
wnrK. Krtrrvui-r rfqutred.
API ly WEST STREET.
w
;ebl-wt
ANTKDr-GlHL TO AKSlbT IN HOU8E
work; with re ere
febi-lij
W
. Anply
1.0* wr. NINTH STREET.
r ANTT D-WHiTE GIRL O ASSISE W ITH
Children. Apply MRA WM. A. MODE.
jan.il-Jt 1110 Bhsllcro.ws avenue.
w
T AN I ED—W11 ITt COOK WITH RKF'ER
elice. Apply
]m3 - I
*ANI ED—GOoD G1KL FOR GENERAL
ltou»ework; inu*t go homo at night.
J*nl2-tf Addle » W 2, Every Evening office.
iLM AND
>9 euiicition fob »p'Cial work»; flu per wreck;
call al once; also, hoys and gin« earn our pre
W
1115 DELAWARE AVENUE.
W
miums. 203 W. FOURTH STREET. Jbd2-K
rANTMJ-aXPEKiENCKD WHITE COOK;
reference required. Apply evening».
j;:ih WEST iOUMT F KW 1 U «T.
W
(leCMMf
lulp Wainrtl.
f ANTEli-TWO (fOOD. STRONG BOYS AND
two girls 10 l#ed pr»- *■»; af»o, expedient ed
Apply MERCANTILE PRINT 1NG CO.,
f«h2-3t
V.
ban if
IC9 West hum street.
\\T ANTr.D— 1EN tX)OK8 AND ALL KINDS
VV Of help for city or country. Apply
GERMAN IN 11 I.UGKNCb OFFICE,
Ht'7 IBM F*« urth. Both phones.
decl2- 1 1
<X .UiUUe
\ 1 7ANTFD—TWO HAU GROWN WHITE
W girls for housework. Lady wants place
b ,ute»tcper. wi.h her »on, 14 years of age.
koang ladliS want positions in *lures; s.envg
riter w ants |*o»i U'O. 6 yuais ut
O'. 5 Hhlploy street
at fier and tvp w
WILMINGTON
Jeb2-H|
iMBLLEGrNC
M KN l OR SIC LV
\\r an rsJ>—TWo Yul
VV furnished room: west side; private family.
A R. Every Evening Off*».
fefc. 3t
—'AN 1 Ki>—BY TWO AUlll.is. TURKS I S
turnlsLiud ro -m«. scomt Hoor.
(ébl-at . Aiklrvs. A li, livery
w
.-Utt* terms
reoing O lb ce.
f ANTED—TO R: N 1 5 or « HcoM HOUSE.
Market, or in vicinity of
„ Address answer to
a ft. Every Evening Office.
N\
on west si da,
Bine and N min street
)»n:u-6ij
ii- tB TOO—Yut NO . «H BLR »OULU UK«
\ V buard on west -Me; private tamUy prel.rredi
reftrences lurul.bed. AdarenKT.
janT'-M; 1- very Evening office.
\ I - im K[>—TO KKN1. »T 1 d 1KIV1LKUK OF
>> buying, an 8 nr U)roo-n hou<, wan all
conveniences, in goon loeailon.
;anih-lm Adders. »' Tl, hvery Evening mce.
- AM Uj- 2oo SUIT'S WthKI.V TO CLKAB;
VV at tnc urt trousers, née up. Also, ladle,
end children'» dresses end Rata. RM ffRmw end
leathers. Ucnl,' hau cleaned, lihaised »"" 1 ic
Iriiumed. MacKENZlk * BON, wW Bblpiey «.
end KM ». Seventh 8L Both phone,. d4-mwl-U
7 ANTED— HOUSES TO BENT. ALL SIZES.
I WM. J. FISHER, 60ft Market Streak
N\
janlit-mwMt
ri RE AT DEMAND FOR HOUSES
Inqulrie* are pouring In (tom cUcuU vr.nun«
4 nomoaud inve.im.u t-, buiwe are unable
If you have a property
to buy
tosntnoy the demand,
to »ell la any Mtction cf ihe cily. we have
find a customer for It. Send description, loca
tion. lowest pr c«- for cash to
HAWKINS A CO., Heal F.«t«te Brokers,
Jan*29-mwf-lf
tax*— iuhUYOLDGULL anl* alLVaik
M. f. da Via v a Second eu
.A . ■
v\
apM if
1T7AKTEIN—TWO THOUSAND HOUngW IVIM
\\ to u»e Earthquake ter cleaning
clothing. Ac. Offic«. VOl TATS ALL t»I. Jalfl*lm
TV.Kill NüTIM»—WF HAV BKFN TuLD.
«omeonc found It out. that our price« on
Esrssr «ÿ ss
w
j»nlT-im tip p. «He Port Otltce.
» t r AM EU — ŸOUK Nto TVEEttHTTEtt
W rt.ould ne an L.C, smith "writing m rtsht
mactilns; all u^d.te ic'urea BetuUt
Beml.u,.on..'or..W«uL otjYKK _
steuosrepher.
ten Karkct sueot.

Thone 1283.
oei23.il
-ill our ii to ^o;m._
_ _i; y TO LOAN ON MüRlGAGEb. A. 8,
Layton, to. oitipiey bl *»*'••**
A,., XU U)AN ON MORTGAGE UJ «tlMÊ
ONEÏ1ULUA.V . , ukt> T j EUUDk.
rt>« Marke 1 wrest.
M
lc»U.L
Bfta U
/or Sale.
L'liH BALE—AT NOKIRKASI, MD.7,0 MtlL
1 ut^* irum »ltm:ngion, 7 roomed house and
•uu.le. in coed cc dJiuuu ; Jut OrIDS, hue water.
*■1 au», ttuauiig and n«ning: llvtuf encan üa>
■IÇlUIul place ta >0100107 family al Utile exiwtme,
nice, li.iAiü, J asy terme. feoid ou account ol
Oeall. ni octuor. DR. B. R. V BARKY or O W.
tiUODlKd, Uty. (efcPSt
AI.R-1HREÎ TWO-RTOKY BRU K
I notlMOi nearly now: 1710,121.', 121, Oak ilml.
1 ow price It »old ai once,
lAlNALL.lt tO.. IU Wert Ninth street,
lend,!. U Oppoaito PoctoHlca.
A B U l' BKlLtTtiR eAl.K, ( HLAp7Â PII. Y TO
J. ». COHBtlT, w; Market Bn, city lbJ U(
I.'OK SALK-A BARGAIN IF BOLD IHlfl
1 month; loe Weil Llghleentb RlroeL S rooms
and tnt II. Lot ..vio, u>. Mate
(ehj 3t
\
,*)K
offer.
Dr.LAWAKE TRUST CXX.
No. 1 East Ninth Ft
l?OR HALk—(iKOCXHY AND MEAT MARKET
I Uoidk a good bualuess. Address A 18,
fvbi 6« Every Evening Office.
|/"R 8\!.F—PKW g.G BUFF OR PI NOTCH
I < ockereb; hnndtome birds 1 atchcd from Cook
« Soto'segra call ii. A a phone I5S2A. feb.'-.Hl
1 ,1 Ha 1.1 1 IN t. Loi Oh PLYMOUTH ROCK
and white loegboru stock roosters,
f«b1-8t
A| ply CHAH. LOL G . 811 King Ht.
1 VJH BALK—LOT OK WaIHIMUTON STREET
ri*-ar Fot'ctecutli si rest. AJi«7 fee t. lad on
1 • iiibsru sued near J wrlfih street, lOtxHi led.
Hfcbl-liu GEORG K M. MILLER. KW W. Eighth.
1TOR SA Li-FOOL TABLE, CHEAP: GOOD
I condition. 516 TAT NALL »T. febl-8tj
D'Oïl .'•ALK- 1905 INDIAN MOTOR CYCLE;
I giKHl as new; a bargain. Address A 6,
Jun3l-6t Every Evening Office.
I 'ok bade— j aTanISÏ FING JONG TABLE
I and balls suitstde 'or cluo or home; slso,
oak dining table and two stands, at
8ULOH1 AMD STREET.
janusti
TOR SALK OR WILL EXCHANGE FORC TV
property. 85 acre larm In Brandywine him
ored. a É Every J veiling Office.
Soil 8ALÊ—AK) &: MIÏJC * ROÜTF, GOOD
1 will uu<l fixtures: will rent or sell i rojeny. or
>ell route M j arate. Fo»*easiuu Mvrch 10th. only
those m aulng bu«luea« apply.
JanHi-tti J p.. Box 6, Every Evening Office.

mi II 81
; l Oltt Ut VlNtl (iO AND SEE. NOR SCS-SUS
V\e»t Twciity-Kocond hi reel ftumethtng flue.
Apply W. A. 8CHOOLMAbTEH,
212 West Twetity-toCUDd PU
B
JaoSMrof
t:ICHKK bUuP FOR bALK-CKOO STAND.
515 Wad son MieeE Apply WILMINGTON
PROVISION CO., Third and Orange. Janl5>tf
I*.
rTOR «ALÄ-F^H AND OYSTER UlORE.
J reason for selling, owner leaving dty.
decl2-lf 835 K 1 KO 8T REET.
■ .TOR 8AL'-SHUFFLE BOARD, BILLIARD
F table, pool table aud s\fe.
NO. 8 7 MARKET 81RFKT.
Jau31-3tj»
.TOR SALE OR FOR R HT-HOÜ8 WITH
1 stable end ground. Lancaster avenue, between
1
■t Woodlawn avenues. Apply 1029
ADAM« STREET 1>. A A. phone ICOéA. Janimf
Rodman
Ai KD HOMER PIGEON« FOR SALK.
J»na:-6t Apply 211 WABHINOION 8T.
rni x EDO SUITS FORBaLK and FOK.HIKF:.
I NMV YOKK CLOTH1NQ HOtVt. SO*
Market Mrect, Max Ephrdm, Ps^p. Jan2d-lm
Ii R SALK—1»04 vTeST bTVKN iTTsTHKET,
F facing Eighth Street Park. Will besold cheap
if di.-itosed of before re-renting. Apply
Hi al K« i ate Department,
J24-tf The Equitable Guarantee and Trust Co.
M
L'OH SALE-ON ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH
I 1 of william Wilson, Jr., the old established
busimm al the southeast corner of Third and
r-hiplcy streets In tht» city, is offered for sale.
1 his is hu exceptional opp«rii ntiy for any
wishing i«> «-ngo-te In a bu.-itieu tualhas h
weil c^tablishec trade tor many years. Apply
GEORGE h CA PELLE, executor ol the esta
of Wiilium WiDon, Jr. jan.'4*tf
one
ad a
t"
i
TOR SALE-NO. 1017 ADAMS STREET, FIRST
1 ole»» double house, price moderate, terms
Address O 2,
Every Evening Offioe.
1
ea»y.
JanA-lmg
.TOR SALE-FINE NEW NINE. ROOM RE8I
1 dem-e: all conveniencav: located at
weuty-third and Washington street«. Addre»»
jam« iu,f.*-lmi X 1(1. Every Evening Office.
1
1.TOR HALE— G A w -HOUSE COKE BY THE
F load; delivered anywhere In the city,
A. E. TATNALL, 101 Maryland avenue,
Del mar via 1 hone 1411.
I.TOU *AU CIILAP.CORNER LOT AT MONT
F rose, fronting on trolley line, lull view of
Delaware river. Apply
Jan.9-xnwf.lm 1211 WASHINGTON ST.
f.TOK -aLK—THREE DwTlLi"nG 9. NO. 518
F aud 616 Broome street; 2401 West 18lh Sire, t,
Highlands. Apply l > J. M. MK.NDINHALL,
jamVmwf-lnO
Ttoröalk— PRUPKKTY on concord pike.
F about five ralle* from Wilmington, good
building» and Ji 4 acres of ground Addre^e O.
H. PARKY. Brand j wine P. a JanÄ-mwf-ftl
|X)K HAi E-W CA«K8 OF SAUER KRAUT,
F 43 barrel» of large pickles, 3 cars of canned
pees. W hoiesale only.
Jan.'4-mwMm
jan29-mwMm|
Newport, Del.
W M. D. MULLEN CO.
Filth and Franeh Sts.
fTORSALE— CLAD*H PORTABLE OVEN.
T jan22-mwf-6te K 24, Kv^ry Evening Office.
■ No R SALE-GOOD BUSIN kb« SIANdT KO.
F 609 K»br street. Possession. Make an offer.
CHARLES U KUhTZ,
1011 Market street (opposite Court House).
oct'23-mwl-lf
■TOR «ALE—OLD TIME MAHOGANY SOFA,
F seven feet long, over one hundred years old.
Two mahogany ottomans, all m firat-clo»^ condi
tion. Address P. O. BOX, No. 68, of call at 87a
Main street. Newark, Del.
JaolS-tf
TOR «ALE—
.-F.ARCH LIGHT MMTCHK9,
8 cents per b x, 86 oenis per dozen.
janW-lm MIDDLETON'S, Four h and King
ITOh sale ctuap-huhbek-iire BUGGY.
F JanlWIm Apply FkLL'-*,4tb and Shipley 8te.
■ TOR SALE—7(0,702,71)8 VAN BURhN STREET,
F nine rooms aud lEth, front and back porches;
all modern Imi-rovenieuts. Also, two new
houses. 2813 and 2316 Washington street, eight
rooms, bath, all mo lern conveniences.
-^ I LKNUF.HMAN à BRO.,
827 and 82» Van Buren »treet
jano-lm
■TOR BALE—CHEAP, IF SOLD BEFORE KENT
\* lug time, dwelling fl!8 West street, 10 rooms
and bath, porch aud all Improvements.
Jaul7-lm WM. B. HARRIS, 715 Market street
TOR BALK— WR HAVE AN UMBER OP
ng lote on tho West side that can ho
u low prioe, or will take houses In ex
1'
bulldl
bought at
change.
Apply REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT,
""'mington Trust Co..
»15 Market »tr«
\s ,,
nov4-tl
FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE
Farms near Newport and
Glasgow, Delaware,
AIM Lot, aud Houms In all port. «I the city.
Any leoMuable off« will be accepted. Cell
upon me belote Inverting your money.
NATHAN LIEBERMAN.
814 West Street.
D. A A. t'boa, IbOlA.
Jan27-Im
TURN YOUR RENT
INTO PURCHASE MONEY.
Buv « homo on < «d,r rtreet near Broome, two,
.t,,ry, porr h (rout, uric« dwelling. 7 roonu, barb
eater iTwet, cemented cellar, urnend. Will
lane a .mall csrt) i ayment, balance payable
ll.xou |«r orunilt. .erne a« rent. Immediate ;Or
sc.-ion. .Vs*esrment low. 1
if you vaut to buy a new home, paying (or It
• ann a- rent, come in end let u, give you lull
Articulera HAWKJN8 ANi> COM BAN Y,
]an.'4-mwf-5t Agents lo effect «le. TIT Market.
■\JILK FOR INFANTS.
Ï ilcion. It should bapretwred
liions; that (he usual farmer
»nuuM lx* above
under sanitary con
diws uoi command. Tho mortality among chlld
rcDUltitig from the u«o of impure aud a«1uL
leruted uiiik is atnazing. Your attention 1« In
■ . 'I
vited to the product ol thU farm wbion »upplie«
milk prepared especially m
every way r.gltt sEnoELY FARM,
Cbaa G. Super I, Prop. MatsEaUiou, Del.
Jan'^-U
/or £nlr.
|.M)K bALK~-GHOOk-RY bTOKK; WEST blDK;
T (uot! In* a lion «lock «ltd hiiur**« amount to
»I.40U. Hell lor |700. Addier* I. Vt BOX A.
jan£M2l Every Hvenln* Office.
r UtlWAM aTtaH i AM- \uiii VOtK
__ trouble« part, lei me point out the way. The
only way I« to cou«uli Mch.villy, Real I »Wile.
MoriKH't and ln»oianoe f-rokei He »eil» and
buys everyitalng mUaUt in the line of teal
estate. UiHlne»« and Inaurancr. Jam the only
mem lier in Delaware of the tViitral AaftOcUlxm
of Heal Estate Collection and Ixian Broken.
This association 1» organized In all |>aru of the
United states and several foielgn countries and
Its aim is co-o
Us member* del
tton of the Untied etatce
they deilre to sell or locate. K a client w ishes
to sell or buy ho has one thousand oh*m •>*
to one. as the association ha* a membershipol
over one thousand members who are always In
touch with one another. NO EXTRA CHARGE
Bakeries, coal yards, dry foods stores,
I
r -ration and mutual asststanco.
and Buy lor client* In any sec
elsewhere, wh* re
Fur »al
groceries, saloons, country hotels meat markets,
lease«, cigar end news stands, manulaetunug
riants, farms, houses. Also, lots In all parts of
the country, on eauv terms. I have client« who
wish to luy your property or business. Yours
might suit tliem. Bend me a description of
property or butines# and lowest price. 1 cannot
supply the demand. Money to loan on mort
gages, rent» collected, esUtcs managed. I sell
Are. life, accident, health and plate kUss Insur
ance. None but test comparus reprereu ed.
No charge for advice or trouble. I.uis mailed
on application. T. F. McKVJLLY,
c.'S West Fourth 8t, Wilmington, Del.
Del Phone 2981. D. * A. &»«!>.
JanlH-tf
1*0 «ALE— CHKAI*. IF l-OI 1) «IOS. 1)BY
F goods store, iwoperty and »took; don't ml«*
portuulty; owner wishing to retire.
F. Mci vllly, Heal Estate, Mortgage mid
btreet, Wflmlng
JanS-tf
\ GOUD PARTNER WANTED— Î'O INV M
ffiSOO and make foOü in idx months; prefer
mao with services; murrautlle busineas; full
in reply.
Add re«* MFHCBANT.
nils op
Thomas
limirauoe broker. «£< W. Fourth
ton, Del. Roth Phones.
partU umrs with re fere,
jaoio-if
OKbÜ-yOK bALft Al 7 CENT KÄlTiÜ a KD
Ing and Uvery KtalWe, roadsters, saddler»
and general ■
704 W EST f
rovÄ-lf I». A A. Phone AM A.
II
purxiosc hors, -.
h.LEVKNTH «T., Wilmington, Del.
Del martin -'749.
ÿublit 9alf6.
T)UBLIC SALE-WILL BK SOLD THE CON
I tents ol school formerly used by the Pea
Hoar l Military Academy, No. »oulo Broome
. W Imington, Dii n
o'clock, and con inue on Turainy
9.80. Rookca^-s. tabiei, chalnt, oiEce
fli iure», carpet, enameled i »1 Men ti», maître»«**.
oj hard wood
on Monday. February
street
Mb. at
inorniuit at
colflouters, gl>t man tic inlulH
flniaoed school dess a, all bin *o ooi flslngs;
alar, a valuable llhiary oi in i Hiiaiitous books
of l.cOO volumoH Every Hi h« «mlv bien use« l a
short time, 1 he desks and school furniture will
be
liooks and bookcases 'Jucsduy afternoon, at 2
o'clock.
D. Ai A. Phone, 6B6.
Tuesday morning, at 9.80. aud the
STIDHAM A bON, Auctioneers.
JanaMebLüt»
P UBLIC' SALE AT KLAÎK A HOLL1NG«
WUhTU'« Bazaar, Wednesda
Tth. at 1 o'« lock sharp; fü head «f
kinds; lot of wagons und harness. Alivona
haring goods to sell can en: er earn« until U
o'clock day of talc. Our two last sal
groat saiee. Come and -ec u* and we will use
you right, ] ct of plows, baTt
K LAIR A UULUNGRWORTH,
UOJ West rightu fiu Wilmington.
ret» nary
of all
fc
were
and culti
vators.
febCMt]
jftnannai (Tar dis.
ycorr & CO..
Bankers and Brokers,
KV MARKET BIRKEt
Flocks and bonds bought aud eotd on all stock
exchange«.
De*i«as in nt
ttment securUtea.
EQUITABLE
GUARANTEE
AND TRUST
COMPANY,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
A SAFE
INVESTMENT
An account with this com
pany at 2 per centcompound
interest makes an ideal form
of investment. It pays as
large an income as Govern
ment bonds and is just as
safe, our depositors being
secured by Capital and Sur
plus of over One Million
Dollars.
OTHO NOW LAND. President.
E. BRINGHUH8T. JR.. Vice-President.
J. T. PEN NY PACKER. 8eoy. and Trust Officer.
RICHARD HEERE, Treasurer.
M. D. CKO« »AN. Real Estate Officer.
Asset« over three million dollars.
ÿiisuicss itotirrâ.
ILLS COLLECTED AND SOLICITING DONE
at reasonable latea A 17,
feb2-2l| Every Evening Office.
r.
r KROON, CARPENTER AND BUILD» K,
. Jobbing promptly attended to. S(H UNION
tel '2-111 w 1-1 m j
JOS. F. MORELAND.
BLAG AND PLASTIC ROOFER.
711 WINDoOR STREET.
All work guaranteed.
XL* A. 2627A
)«n30-lm*
OOMb PAPERED »2 5u UP; WORK QUAK
antaed. No. 8o7 £. EIGHTH bT., Dal. 293CL
AM D. B A. 840L^
R
JaullBmwMml
J Ü8EPH F. MORELAND, ROOFER,
711 WINDSOR STREET, D. A A. 2627A
Wanted 100 leaky roofs to repair or paink
JanlZ-mwMmS
\\J ILL paper an ordinary room com
Vf plete for 82.60; work guaranteed. Address
802 N. HARRITON HT., D. dt A. 2880. JanS-lm
JOHN B. KRUEGER,
WALL PAPER.
Ait Ure latest désigna
FOURTH AND JACKBUN B1KEET&
Del. Blicne 1UB7. B. A A. 3781X
>nl-lf
J P. KEAEUON. net W THIkp «THEM.OAK
Dealer aud Builder. Jobbing promptly
caded lo; fair price«; tat me give you an o*ci
mata. Rhone D. <h A. 3427 a. )amFlm
STORAGE.
Household Goode and Camtgea
ME.-81NOER S, Sll West Front St.
JrnEEtl
U OOMS PAPEKED FOR *2.60 0B. PAPER
Included; good work. D. A A. Phone 235CA
orlsaiSUALLCHOSS AVENUE.
Jaul 1-1 m
WARNER S. LEWIS,
Carpenter and builder. Jobbing a »pecialty.
Good material. Skilled workmen. Fair price*.
Let me give you an e-dimate. Office and «hop,
00t> Orange s'.feet. Both phonea.
tla.'.M'
LOVES CLEANED, 6c A PAIR.
WILMINOTON STEAM DYE WORKS,
30, West Fourth street
G
janSPtl
/or Slrut.
JJSOR KENT OR LAI E Kaum IX) ACKER, IK
"i.'r I
NICHOLS, 1C»j 7 Mount HaUnu Lltna.^VMlinlijf
I TOR KENT NO. »-.*0 LOMBARD Tim T.
jlSTÄSUÄ e {fî«r™.,"Vm.d h - '»I I
»tore un<i dwelling wnb or » uhoot «tabkj. ;
vl y tiro ioimard.ir.ii.
OB uNT-uiiti ruts oi inn mve
aor««, within two mil**» of Wilmington, with
Urge Did wellenuiijed joullry plain
HruMAHAEFY.
near bhellpot Park,
H'lVHK. NTW. AT
ton, Del.
fel«3 4t2
Apply at farm
febi-tf
LioH KENT— S1X-KO«
F Cpdart; % acre gr> uud Apply
fehl- U • Jt llN FISH! R.The Cedttrs
rX)R RENT—Ai^MKWARK, DEl.AWAHK, |17
l 1 per month, two homes, seven rot ms and
hath, electric lights, earned cellar, heater in cel
lar. Pleasantly «Hunted ; three minutes' walk
from I cnnsvlvama railroad station and B. An.
R. H station. Post» »Um given at once. At ply
to 12M Market sireet, WbiniOKton, l*el„
f«l>l-<U)
)( II N I I1.I.1ML Newark, Pal.
TSl'K RPNT- A BBJI K PWKLLINO ON KAHT
J 1 Kevonth street, r«t«|«red end repainted
tliruutHiout. Apj ly evening*. UlBWkëlST.
lebl-.U
W)R RENT—MCE LARGK. ROOMK
r.lf» WhHl .STREET.
1'
jaoSl :u
R KNT —Kt»OM 1 *
I 1 jau3u-ltn
IVOR RENT—TWO ROO.MH AND
I 1 apartments. Foexession March Sftlh.
janlJ-tf Apply IUU7 W KBl' HT.
"NOR KKN t -TVNO FÜKND-IIKD " ROOM«,
_ 1 with use ol hath **nd pi
FELL*«. Fourth and Hhtpley.
RATH
!'
JAHW-Clg lüi K. 1 II I K I - hN 1 H HT UK ET.
tjH>H KIM ROOM »OR M IN AM 1 \Nlii,
F vrith or without boanl. ,
janJO-lm
» .1 HOUSE, STABLE K
F scree of land adjoining Fainhurst Hlatlon.
Kent, 9^ per month. Janl7-vf
X>K RENT—FURNISH KD ROOMS ( A LL IN
J store evenings *19 W. EIGHTH ST. JanltMni
TNUHM«UkD ROOMH.U t. a X AN OLIO HT AU.
F coDtenlenoes. 13 f .TRIRD, 3d floor. jsnRMm
TAIN ALL et». Il ROOM H AND RATH,
suitable for boarding or Icxlglug Louse,
ÏUM TSOS. DAVIS, 915 Market 81. Jan'AJ-tf
Likable furnished hoomï hkat
and light. 40' Wkil SIXTH ST, jaall im
1 .M3K RKM FUllNlhUKD ItOOMe* IN FRL
1 rate family: Jackson street near Eighth.
Gentlemen preferred. W 24.
Janl^-tnwf-lmi
401 EAST TENTH STREET.
1
10U
Ü
Every Kvenlua Office,
TOR RENT-THREE NlCkl.Y ËÏÏÎt N1SHKO
} rooms ; private family ; central loc<iuon, all
Gonveniences Aidre»«
JanlfLniwf-lm K 6, Krery Kveiling Office.
nilR RENT—FARM 1K7 ACRK«\ ON THE
F Delaware River, 8'^, mite.* irom BHinlngtou.
Addusn or apply to ALhX. P. KVK*,
JsuH-mwMmi No. 885 Jefferson street, dty.
F lawn, within on» and otie-balf indes of the
City: good drivlog roads. |>oMieiwh>u at once.
Apply Real Ek ate Department, I ho J suitable
Guarantee and I rust 'omjany, Mn h and
Market aireeta JanlO-U
*
gTABLK FOR RKN1 — ROOM KORt-lX HüBbFH
aud six wagon», and
Jem* if M MAT THE
hay loft. Ap' iv
, T wenttetb and
Market.
|H)H KENT—BUILDING 407 8U1IM.KY bT.,
suitable for store or light mauutaciuring.
Apply KRANK«. 1 URE.
Y
J auf» if
,1UH RE-NX—SUITE OF ROOMS; ALSO. BIN
10U; WEoT STREET.
glo room».
Jau4-lin
TTOR RENT—PLEASANT FURMbllhD ROOMS
F Ouiet family. No children. All modern im
Call ut M West
JanS-tf
D. A A. PI
WILLIAM FORÜJCA
ptovemenu.
Fifth stwl.
1 • kL£—THE. BEST
F town. Largo »lore and dwelling. Ill rooms.nil
ou the Houthwm Corner of Math and Commerce
streets. Also, hardware and Itnnlcmeni »tore,
'24x1 <X) fret, bard-wooa fluisb, 12 loot gia»<t front;
Mime uuildlhg. maohlno shoj s. two floors, !3x<X)
ic«t: nine wood aud Iron-working machines.
Blacksmith ami wheelwright shops, 2(>xG0 feet;
tools and »lock if wanted. Apply lo
Jan'2-liu K. L. LANK,
■TOE KENT—STOKE No. 18 EAST THIRD «X
F Apply JANITOR, Odd Fellow» Hall,
novl»-tf
Kenton, Del.
Third and King.
TOR KENT-TWO FLOOR« FUR LIGHT
manufacturing, teal20 leel; plenty of lighL
ddre»b or call
t
WILMINGTON PROVISION CO n
Third and Oianue streets.
•ep27-tf
>OR BEN I-ROOM® UR Ok EIGER
60U MARK Li STREET.
V
jylO-ti
mwo FARMS FOR RENT— ONE FARM, eo
1 acre», aud good tulhling», iwn miles ont
Philadelphia Pike, rent |ô0.0ü perf
f»rm 38 acre«,
month, or will
<nth: also
mar lint h by Mution, 112.50 per
sell for S2.6UU, if sold quick.
A. B. STAY TON,
aprl4-mwf-tf
707 Shipley street.
FOR
no. 817 Market Street, (dwelling part) 9room».
2 hatha Suitable for club
RENT, MARCH 25TH.
office«.
GEORGE M. MILLER,
d. a a. Phone 'iooi a. 103 West Eighth St.
FOR KENT.
*■ Wert.
601 bouth Clayton, 12 rooms, bath.
1409 West Eighth. 9 room«, htth ...
. 960.00
•2MK)
908 Linden, 7 mom», bath..
12K^Lmdcii, 6 rooms, bath„. . .
211 Orange, 6 rooms, bath.
North Adams, 8 rooms, lath...
300 Cedar, 6 room», bail» and htore
BU2 Cedar, ft rooms. » .
304 Cedur, 6 robins...... 1.
308 Cedar, 6 rooms.
«308 Cedar, 6 r
810 Cedar, 6 rooms...
812 Cedar, 6 rooms
814 Cedar, ft room?..
81ft Cedar, ft rooms..,
gift Cedar, ft rooms...
320 Cedar, fl rooms.
MB Cedar, 6 rooms..
824 Cedar. 6 room»..,
826 Cellar, ft rooms...
82k Chdar, 8 room»..
M01 Wright, 6 rooms
803 Wrlgnt, ft rooms
806 Wright, fl rooms.
300 Coleman, « rooms.
802 Coleman, ft rooms....
804 Coleman, 6 rooms.
East.
107 Race, 6 rooms.
1010 Walnut. 6 rooms, hath.
„115. UO
. »II 00
.91500
- AOf
8I5.U»
.»11 00
• 11.00
.8)1.00
.»il.oo
|iiw
|u oo
»11.00
»11.10
.»ii.no
jn.oo
.811 oo
»J1 oo
.111.00
.»1-2-00
J11..0
•11.00
11.00
11.00
.. fil.ou
.,111.00
-I1ZC0
. «U,"»
I
422 East sixth, 9 rooms, bath
(113 King, store.
_ »20 00
_825.00
GEORGE C. MARIS & SON,
Janiil-tf Eighth and Shipley Sts.
business (Dpiioruiutuf».
How to Buy a Home
Without Money.
This U no alluring deceptive title, but a Mate
meut ol real fact», guaranteed by a corporation
with a PAID UP CAPITAL OF I1UJLUUÜ.U).
bend for catalogue, Ac.,which »hows how etrory
out? m.k>
Invest $5 a Month
or more and obtain t, per cent Interest regularly,
tn.tcad ot 8 per c ni. If plated in banka aud
ABSOLUTELY a•-A'■
Money rclunded on TU day,' notice.
The Real Estate Securities Corporation,
Drexel Building, Phila., Pa.
gaarlng.
ISS McfLAFFEKTY
M
EDEN BALL
( DANCING.
^ DEFORTMKNT,
( FHYpICAL CULTURE,
BEGINNERS—Monday, a to 10 p, m.
A«Msmbly dance Wednesday t-veuiug, 8.30 to
11; extra rmude.
Children'«, Xue«day and Saturday alternooua
I'r.vste lessons, wait, and two step, day or
School for
*'k«1!?siim. Tb, OablM. _ . ,,
Plumes, D, « A.-Uaure, 7A7A. School, XOW.
fHlUatfl /. 5a«i«.
WEDDING PRESENTS
STERLING SILVER
AND CUT GLASS
are always acceptable. Wo have so
many useful and necessary articles to
select from that choosing will be an
easy matter. Wo invito your in
BPOCtion.
1
_
Millard F. Davis,
Jeweler.
«AND It EAST SSCOMD ST.
Established 1979.
jßstvtous & (To.
FIRST MORTGAGES
FOR SALE
$4,000, AT SIX PER CENT.
$3,500, AT FIVE PER CENT.
$3.000, AT FIVE PER CENT.
$1,200. AT FIVE PERCENT.
$ 800, AT SIX PER CENT.
Hafs securities. Atout one-half vaine of prop
erty. Prompt payment ol Interest. No expense
to Investor for legal papers, searches. Ac,
For full psrtlculars, apply to
HAWKINS & CO.,
712 Market Street,
Wllmlugfcm, Dal.
J*nl9-mwf-6t
», ùt. Writtf._
|P YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE
with your eyes or your niasses, let me demon
strate my utility to remedy It,
I am prepared to »I«» every kind of optical work,
ht kIss»* a, fill oculists' prescriptions, replace
broken lenses, do r«| atiing of all sorts, and to
do evcryihlnc r ghE ansfactlon guaranteed.
A complete »lock of b*sl uuidiu lense« and
frames amt optical goods of all kinds.
S. L. McKEE, leading Optician.
Ei« Market at.. Opera House Bldg.
We Fit Artificial Eyes. A large assortment
always
hm »!
îlami tS. jiiomas ä (ro.
Established i88y.
WEDDING RINGS
A SPECIALTY.
H. H. Thomas & Co.,
Jeweler
509 Market Street 509
a uni.
U»t> you trlrtl
ARDARA
COAL?
Ton will find U different from the
ordinary coal, and better.
iiEO. W. BUSH A BONS CXX,
FOOT OF FRENCH dC.
H T. SERGEANT, -
' COAL AND
WOOD.
Office, Seventh and King Streets.
BOTH PHONE«.
5tUI3lC.lL
iLUAM ZOLPALH,
Sirsbciaas tuner and repairer ol pianos sud
ans, has tuned lot royal lamlllae lu Germany;
; hem WUnnugton every day. AddreeaP.U
, HUxuiugloo, or reside" ce. kiktou. Md.
\\
7s;
OLD EVERY WHERE,
S
ESTEY
PIANOS and ORGANS.
Placed on monthly payments; Pianos and
Organs takau h. iarl payment. Address ropre
seutallve of our faetory,
J. kL canning, 11 E. Thirteenth Streeu
D. A A phone. W timing urn.
l; kVi lLH,
&
PIANO AND OROAN TUNER.
Barnard, Fifth and Market Bta.. WUmlar
lou, DtL Residence, IklSWMBT BlXltt Wlm
f iutr»Monal.
HR. FRANK ROOF SMITH,
i uu> cod lung .trevtt.
api7-ti Axaif Deal and Consuitliig OUazniat
FLOCKS FOR THE MANTEL.
Ueny new one. In hard wood with
Baruuviry deilgn, thet ere deilreble.
New one, elMln bte«. Moderate
price, ell.
C. F. RUDOLPH.
MARKET AND FOURTH RTS.
LORD MASHAM DEAD.
Atwclrtvd Biere ULpaum bv rtpoclal Wire,
London. Kng., Feb. 2.—Urd Masham
(Samuel CunliSo-LiaUr), the patentoe of
many inventions, including a compreesod
air-brake for railroads, dii-d Una monnng
Suint. ut Abbey, Mapham, County
a I
' He won bom in 1815 and was created a
Baron in 1891.
WILLIAM WALTER HAMILTON HUNG.
Associated Press Dlspstcn by Snoclai Wires.
Washington, Feb. 2.—William Walter
Hamilton, a negro, was hanged here today
for the murder of I.izric Lyman, his com
mon law w ife. The drop fell at 7 o rloek,
ami denth occurred 12 minutes later.
The crime was a particularly brutal one.
HiCAL nHBTlTlBl,
Bucher, brem signa 61« Shipley.* - i
ttohtclla, repaired at UJ Satplo» »treeu • j
itch
tii
iwunu
m
IJJ
Regarding the Seiznre by the
Latter ol Private Lands
in His Domain.
IT WILL NOT BE TOLERATED
HIs Majesty Assure» a Dep
utation From the Kursk
Government That
WITH ASSEMBLY'S CO-OPERATION
He Will Institute Measures
of Relief.
The Kmperor's U'ortla
cast 1 hroiiglioiit the
of ('nunieracltng the Wtdeepraed Itellef
I'reveiling Among the Msimi of the
»•aantrjr Thai lie Had Ordered the
UUtrlbutlon of Alt Private Lands*
c
111 be Rent Uroad*
iplre In the Hope
Associated Press Dispatch by Spacial Wire*.
St. 1'oteraburg, Knaaia. loh. 3.—In
view of the profonmi conviction prevailing
iimong I ht 1 nmrshals of the noltilily, main
liera of llto ZxmalvoH and otiier claaaee
wliicli ure in direct touch with the peas
nntH that tiie aprinK will witoeaa a renewal
of agrarian diaortlera throughout the
country on h more tlcplonilile m ale then
over I adore, tim l'.ni|« rot hna utldreaacd
a plain. otlU)»ken muniktlc lo tiie |kku
nntry.aeltingforth that the right, of prop
erty ate Kttfrod anti that the |mutanta will
lie violating ilia will if they attempt to
enter into iXMeoaSon of private lands. At
tiie aamo time Ilia .Majesty ha« assured
the I»'HStint« Itiat. with the eo-operetiou
of tiie National Assembly, be will mstituto
measures for tlieir relief.
Tlte Kmperor'a word« «ere delivered
peranmilly to a tieptilation from the Kurak
government and will tie «ent linmdeaal
tlironghoill I lit- Kmpiro in the hone of,
counteracting the widespread licliof pro
tailing among the mass«'« of the peasantry
that 11 in Majesty had ordered the distri
bution of all privat« hinds end that only
the land-owners and local oHidala were
hampering the execution ol his will. Tho
Kui|H'ror. on (hia occasion, addressed the
Kursk is-asants as "Mv 1-rothers" and
tuikisl to Ilit-iii in simple Uussian terms
capable of lieing undentliod by tnc most
igimraut [«usant. He said:
, "1 am most glad to see you. You must
know very well that every right of prop
erty is sacred lo the State. The owner lias
tii« same right to hia land a« you peasants
have to yours. Coniniuuii-ate this to
your fellow» in the villages, in my solici
tude for you I do not forget the [icusniits,
whoso ueesls are dear to m*. 1 will look
after them iieraomilly, as did my
father. Tho (losudaratvennaia T)
(National Assembly) will soon tiasetnblu
and, in i-4vo|iemtiun with me, diacuss tho
I test inuusuroa for your relief. Have eon
lidem-e in mo. 1 will assist you. Hut. I
Into
uinu
re|ieat, rememher always that right of
property is holy and inviolable.''
Count l-lugene Troubetnkoy, who pre
sented the resolutions of the iiinrahaut of
the nobilily to the Kmpcror, in an inter
view, aUrihiilod the agrarian troubles
dins-lly to the ruvolul innary pni|»tganda.
He cxiss-ls exeesscs in the spring.when
the [rasants throughout the l-lmpire, in
preparing to take [ -- '-ses, inn of
private lands, will bt-enme wi
ever, In-atis*! they will 1st unable to agree
on a division of I lie spoils and w ill fall to
lighting among tin m elves
owners now an- prai-neiilly nuned. Tha
uni sow
ilclcr than
Ilm land
ttmvorul mu o tho National Assembly ia
immediately necessary to enable the gov
ernment to raise money abroad, set it ou
its feet anil etmblo it lo carry out its plan
for the wholesome colonisation of Siberia,
which is an imperative measure of relief.
THREATS AMUSE HIM.
Associated Tress J .»p.. • . y r pec lai Wires
Berlin, Pnm^ft. Keb. 2. Replying to
mi iiuiuny regarding tiie rojK»rt that ho
had Ih'cii condemned to death hy the Rua
revolutionist« for furniNhing tinanciul
be government of Kiuwia,
«lull
HAKiKtnneo t
llrrr MemU>Us«hn. head of llio fntiikiii,
houfiff of Mi'mli liwulin A- Oo., said:
"I have received many tliroatfiiiD, let
ters from (lie Uussian revolutiiiiiiat« since
the revolutionary movement liegi
lutest was a sentence of death, with
ami a skull and crosshone« pictured on the
communication. Thi« wo« »ix weeks ago.
Mut 1 have nut Iwen molested, though
Merlin is full of Russians. 1 do not attach
any iin|>ortttUce lo the threats. They only
amuse me."
an. Tho
a coffin
PROMINENT PARMER ARRESTED.
Associated Ihres* Dlsoaten ov Special Wires
Clarksville,Tenn., Feb. 2.—Considerable
excitement hue been caused throughout
the dark tobacco region hy the arrest, on
rge of intimidation, at Olmsted,
('. E. Whiten, one of tho most
the cha
Ky., of ...
promiiient farmers of that «eel too.
WEATHER FORECAST.
Aj.oct.i.d Bren BKiAtch oy homioI Wir«.
Washington, Feb. 2.—Weather forecast
for Delkwttre:
Fair anti colder tonight; fair and cold
tomorrow; frenh northwest to north wind.
Bring Cold Knantel Co tißcate« to
Cartmcll. Sixth nul Madison at reel«.*
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