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TH E WILM INGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN.
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WILMI NCTOX, DEL., ER! DAY. DECEMBER 2(5, 1890. ~
PRICE ONE CENT
. r ,nlhotVmrta.»f Saknuu . ,u
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will Iv HH .«ivfiil of Hill
,.f III.. Start- in this rimiK-rt, j
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«Mif flty at th.M'Ios»* oï ( hi 1st- ( (
niinnU inubt Imvo .
, .rtil.uf Imsttcm The aLuvs '
i iiittUiitf uUBli.cm. in i u s
, i ,o,vui„ yi „fk«»p,..KCiuist- 1
. iti.*» Io »ked a* If ft cjvlono
, 1 ,.....,,,h a,,,i il, * aniil" tint
ne throJtfti, ftud tin sniu i m ,
• the eounteiiftnce* of the
• rs iiidtc it i> I tint they wer.) !
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r T V?*5i B#, 5 ta 5 ^
»ill e.lcnil to Souibern New
(■T«„, 8 I« 7 incb-. hare
. il,y lu Iho Ohio Valley. The |
p.w III.DIU Iron. In Ml
i 1 e ,vy ««»trtly « io«, .
nid low tcm'-'-raiuic. are rx Vi
hi a y.'rum Nor b C r v ,
- '-nd. • ÜHÜB1AY *
tp <■•**- j* nt i, I, «7* m
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rd fcio tbli •Ttnlnp. wlthoftry
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i c-iued nail tbc »now n now
tlii« k »nu Iasi. Stfpei a
hiv ! h luterruptkkl and tha trip«
li with dillUulty «-od at long It
fi-l.i'tl
Iff.
Western Staton, whom the dl
IV i.sillMH kill' I boo
„■.. I lb a it was alnuist
,, .mied as to g»»t nuurU**l.
«•any to
rnek thorn.
irr. that ovorylrody has hid a
m. ( liriatuiau and feel the happier
v
Hl.Vt.RK KJfOW HMIOI.
I'umIn «»»»* Travel
i Knsp"»i«l<-«l—WlnferW hmt
l»ortiuna of Hnnuii
Ale
, i.
t .
i ml Yu , Per. J!>.
A never
set in 'Ids morning und it
wing. The eountry roads
,«d front the snow storm
1 Pith, and tra\el Is almost
..•nd«!.
, V» *'!)ec.
failing all •
bus
four
..

*rmomet»-r at
re luis Imnui a I
I le . -Mintry i'*uut»
biirtiiitpartially
hkudrd .
•led.
*ti, H-*- J-'». Snow lu-gan t
: <ii u.ng und luis ci
i early
ne d all «lay,
H! I .41 «legre
ii h
1 1.
I. Tin horse cars k«-pt
with dllUoilty, but tiie «-iectne
Unie.
lu , i .10 Dae. 25. A driving snow
|»rm 'rick Bnlttrn,
ily ' :merry mak*
to-night,
afoot, mid
ii « ban* doubled up teams to
rowdlng iNuawmgors.
The llrst
* ' 1 1:senscit fell In northw<*tttern
u t hern Kansas. Y«*s- ;
jwiug Is
. • Iih-U in the morning and J
I all day. The snow Is utnuit
No 'loluy to trulllc I
in the city, but some of the j
tln*W«*ste
Tty, Mo., De«*, 'ü».
niid
n i-dayud. A d«-siNit«-li from !
Mi Kan .^ays: "A s«iaking rain !
I • -oulh«*rn i -art «>t Kansas y«»s- j
ri. It was just what the country ;
v ' i d will doitlitlesaextinguish
• u«h| mviwlon «if (In* h.-srian'^mherc
r .it III this pmt of the suite la)
»kn,- , .11.''
AL ; ■
Î ultii'rn its-<-1 veil
special says Hint Hie Board
I :g rapide
! ion» t ht; iiorth-rii part of the
- tiie effeet that a snow storm
yestcnlay covering the
-! \m **nt. Snow wuh badly n«*cded
n. wo» o havo com«*
*v *'I, i cin-lit the crop.
*■
' Hu
,,
' ' "A '-'•"'l*
' L(garat Harmoy, the wifo of
. ... Ui.' I
1 ■' I'oriipr ut -lliliil ami Flno !
lied very suddenly at her r**«l- !
•l* 11 i'u es« lay mot uing, aged 50
I he di-eeuHß«! had lN*on In fall
ii for H«'vernl wiM-ks ami was
l-y Dr. Bulloek. At an «-al ly I
-lay morning sheuwoke with !
•ly enough
V
h
If,'
A
1
• H- . [mill
J* 1 " ! mi htulra. Her huwbamt wont
'-w ndmit«'M lab-rand found
«-hair, iniialiug
luid i«oii
Mind ii< r lu art and
t
g in a larg«*
liclno wlilidi
by lier i-iiyHielan. Finding
was «pill«* ill Mr. flanney
•wi!.,: *,, their dauglit«-rs. and
win ; n-turned wan horriliod to find
ilciui. Dr. Bullock, who
-i iiastily rtiimuion«*d, arrive«!
--rwaid» and gave u c«*rtillcuU*
J; • from neuralgia of tho heart.
ls«h 1 Wim a native <»f Ireland
ln-*l fully 2ßü jkmiikIh.
II
kill 1
,|M »hink that your cal at; fjn orin
'/*« ■ an't Im) eure« I, because all tite
' reiueilUm lia ve failed Try Old
fxiui 1 utnrrh Cu»-o and w*«» th«* tH*noMt
»ujÿjUj'ik»
^Tvel'a Fr«nilHi
pieoaanteat hob
ut Olivet «»lo
ll W«*«lne»<hiy «*v«t®*''J''
Tlicm* annual eei«X*«
"■fid «««to ,,* 1 «"ï!; t
Ü'îj. imtlln In
Mbh tho Huuday bcIkmiI treasury.
all odmlaaion b*e of U»n «»ents wt 1
jirgiMl Uila your. But by all a« -
Mi the outertulnraent will «0 well
fftheprb'e. (1
X W ui deliver a <*«ntata which
■a rehearsing. Old Orta# will bo
p out of a ohlmnoy, and
îvërvdtüld, large and email, of both
S23ieoto..l and primary «ohuol.
Ȇ1 ge^h prew*nt. The church will ne
1 Edaomcly tHmraod. Iho pa»tor.
\ It. 1 , I "SS&nff win
tomtheÄUwyluuoo la '
Ä*e theoooaobm with nla preaenoe.
hiri prosperous Sunday school has
«en umBT the auperlntandeney
Ävld McHenry for aoroo live years.
. m.
r Fine out gloss, prosaod glass with
(Mit stoi)i»era In a variety of styb a.
Ä'aylor L Fullerton, 302 King street.
llu
ef.i ...
25 « ente.
4»1
till.
!
tnuj,„ iato tionm
ten«., liurch
he,,,/ JOT31.
thl
eat
N ; *
V
kiOfl
bj Inrtlw«. ' ,
IIapii. Om, s. I» , y. u.-, vtni„r
^iS U I ^Vï!«^i'J!S^! r,,, i n ir, ,,, 'ï
luh ivHi , ,, V. A y !' Wl1 uf
! Eiiirl mil riiv nt m .. . tïî , ^ *' 1 ' v *
rm J , l > ' lt 8 »■ m. Mmlunakiy.
|.:„ K iHi l p| niy jl.|™ o ' "ii Vw
j iiniip.pl u„, tuiiv.l iiiiu.i lor«.'.', h'i'i'i"' , \
. ÄÄ ÏÏÂ *Y : ;; '1?
i7 **...
iii.H iiin » ^ i la ' ^ usHlatan«»«- iliiri
, *« »,;; t|i''ii«liu.. I». Ill I, |..«lt|p„! i
( ( Indians uiitil rtdnforrc- n
. . "A • ... , ,
' i r "' ^ M *i >lu A luw
just .uiiifd riom Fort Donnott and
1 ~ it
, ludinnH hu\o jjoen u
I... , i ' ' , .! d an.vlxMly. Ihey
, Uten ftfriU.I that. th *y would Ui
lu.Ls^uicd, or they would !ia\e come
! '"'fore. Arter the Indiana arrived at
: !
Dp'« up their arms or not. Mnallyl
; they Uss'mMl to when (ieneral .Miles
asked thi-m. Atfent Palmer «aid: -
l.laiiknls." I
to time, und
.stacked up at the
,
Uipialu Heaivtt, émiurr-amllng oOleer
»I Fort Sally |.:..,'v,vh,,IM„ ! . «i.ltu-;
!r siMi,' r 1 'iVii ! ' , T l! T' , "!' I "'N , I« TO
of Sitting It,ill s Ui.id and W from
Jiiwobud Agm ey. Nareisso Nan-ella,
i pv. Æ: 1
U-rJ, .. - 1 . *
J fcl;,«lWI' ; ,. . to at
bSWÄr«
MaK Klu n IheLi.' All "pTrt.'^tw'imi ll '
»s
Imil seit I ont«, ami Ui..hmvoh a uroat
-I""' 'elinir Uiem* Ives,
| w
Ml
Umjm*.,, Tkv. 2.». ( Milton R. H-irs*,
Vi 1 >U .. Ftninty, and Miss
, :* l ***' - '•[ -V>Dh fclMinon Town
* # t - rl"»!, and in eelebmtlon j
'»'■•'» a |»arty engag«*<| In,
If »Hing tier*, her the neeoH.surv appu- ;
mt.«m to give tho roupie a caUthuin
Ä™» hi!",!? Ä'Ä I,
hyivhlel, I.Is., was to I«. I„u,l,..
This coming to their knowledge they
a waited his coming out of the house,
When he did so s-»me one of the imrty
It is said drew a revolver und Uns | at.
him. The aim, however.
igli to hit Miss Emma fasse I. .. .
of the bride and daughter of
U,,,
M ,k
.
•>;
This »'»on brought Hi
all m nid are
»1st
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cassai, win*
I. The bullet,
effect along the right, sid*' of Miss l
I may prove fatal.
sliooting o-c
I'k lit-u I.
i
!
I
Anil Harbor NtaitenU llrouncd.
Ann lUituom Mi«'li., I)««o. 25.—'Tite
iad drowning «if
tills a gloomy (Tiristmns for tii<- stu
.. dents remaining at college during tho
• holidays. List night Frank K. Dickln
at son and Minnie Brundage left for tin*
a I mill pond to skuio. They did not •■«*- 1
time parsed by Mrs.
Brui.tl.ig*- grew worried, ami tinally at ,
R o'clock this morning starte«! a search '
In* and
«'ommencetl dragg
this afternoon
victims
IHckins«
students made
i<rui.«bi
•arch
to
■,'li«
muff
hole in the
lying near by. They
iggllig, and at a o'eloeK
fourni tin* Ihmüch. Both
mIIcuI students,
Dubuque, la.,
luge from I,ong Island.
found
Mr.
; ami Miss l>
J l>ie«l at H»«- Age
Santa Fi N M I
I tho j.uith „I iv.in,
j jured
being fi
ill VrnrM.
New» of
-J4
Antonio Lopez,
I tirt*
' It ll.Mlt
lr«*<!
i
Hl- I Misst ■< l
! ,,ff\.-ry quietly and
! iVring, In-iug ednw-ious arul os|H*« iuily
j ««dkoilie uj* !•» the last moment. H<*
; i t n,. w tli.it (he end was coming and In- I
his « lilMreii and gniml«-liil<lr«-n
h.-srian'^mherc I around iiim. He talked
la) them of the service he hud don«- n* a
sol«li«*r ululer the Simnlsh kings, and
«•ertaln King*
• su f
i
•inbenvl win
l*eh»-ad«-«l IhuiIs
and Ills wife
XVI uinl Mari«* Antoln«»t«*
•nt.l«»ned In conncctl«
s rep«»rt in last June
his extn
l.opcZ
With the «•••!:
Ill-count of
A Deter live'» QiilrW Work.
Sai.im. !>,■<•. as. A li.iroa »lid biiK B y.
vnlu.-l ii) »»«>. tin. |irc,|»-rty nf JorvU :
of |1 Ih-h a livery stable ki-«-|>«*r, wen*
I »tol.-ii frula hla »tal.l.-a 111 lliia ,'lly laat
! n | K |,t. A nil»-. Iilauk.-t, valiiml «I
! * 40 , «ver«* also stolen from the stable of •
50 Theodore Wat«*rmiin. Th*» «-as*« was 1
p|iK'«-d In th«- hands of a detective, win».
drove to liiishtown, a «-«»IttriNl s«!ttl«--1
ly I ment near Woo«lst«»wn, und secure«!
! the team and other articles, which
In the possession of John Areoo, •
a young coiohmi man, w ho was ar- '
n»st«*«|. and the aille les returned to '
«iit.ii oun.Ms
then owners. 1
A «•«»oil !% «-%* »|>npi r.
Th«* Baltimore Sun, published by A.
«•f tho very boat
nmx publish«*«I in onr country,
igiit, spicy and newsy. Tim
•nt event of tin* «lay are condens»*«!
find Hum to
1
j
H. AIh-II A. «'•).. I«
newspa
It Irt tir
«*ry |H*rson «•
get a fuir knowledge of what la going
00 ll 1 , . , ' n ,, ,iî.|îff Jir 'T«'« 1
«*rath» In pollth-H, It la generalprwtr. It« .
nvidera rare have « aus«* to eomplulu «>f '
Its political bias. The «lully Ls W |h-i ,
1 -klv #1 I
Aimoni « Fire. .
... ... i.. .. 1
On luflialayulonilnirthewloPDjIljol
In Hie employ '«C AIoxuik1«*i McIh o I, i
corner «»f Fifth uimI \V««at BUmtO| emp
tied a |>an of ualwa ifito n laurel near
the atop» In the Iw k ywjd. conbUning
aoine rag» and oUht rubbioli. In a few
minutes aftorwarda tin» aume took tin*,
iiun.ii,K Itetnrml an.l »Ij.Xnlnic tt«iw.
ortlnliVS'"hy 1 n hu™k
H. ,ai * K •
1 Arkiiowlwlauiont.
- Um V Arkwowie igm
puny, loud Iron and Hunlwat«» ( p ,n ',
for the raving up the> usual eust«»m ;
bontod eœX «'Ight or ten years, pi« ' -
bo netulay lasixtlu.lr etunloyea. on w«*u -1
and piece. They 1 u K°,.
g«*neroblty, unfkbily grateful lor tii*-ir
aoknowleduing \kn (UU. moUio.1 ul
ne •*pi |lt '.
The FlreiX
win Mr Barrett «»f NAIk«>
h ,î\Villk to mtr city thb?V brought
. rtW11 /«h 0 nfKr n i llir in a I
has slctgh. and hia wua g ma
mmerally, howov.*r, curAkmtlî. !
m. I ^fwin vMffmm bh uBuil but (A tlm
with clty ln thà traveUnjf.any
a. plu s tn > -
I Hia'«*!». .
your, the
\
, „ . ,
msi J "»Pp» • b pi.i m «i.

uf »■•■U M. K. cli hivIi «"ni cmiiurUÏ 5.
. » issjk!
' v * MrlHltiuw giving in inn «Ith «.
ttpp'ir 'Imnli, tin- |k.|| i,u, K „„d !
vV"Ö' 7 J "*""> l « ,r8 n»<l frl.l>. .>fTr,!u
, \ Ï'. ,lun ' h . '■'""Iii.tp.pl l.y Alwun.lar ,
»ÄiÄfe"*
SMS
ttitlon Hiwmch wnH I«rlnf uinl nntuunri i
i Tho iiwtot^Mv&i was onWutnct with
n ln*uui iful voM ptmcil l»y ln»r BiMr
«lass through Joaeph H. Buitlftt as
Miss Elizabeth Jann fvdlin« „.„„i
it .w« ^
u Molhodiat eenUnininl medal btuuin«
an ouiho tHod \igm*tte of Ilishon Is
Ui bury on the «no Ä and of nthm»
Himpaon on the reverse Nut the i.V, t
at or r!h alt radions wef.t ». » , . 1
^
Alexander Morton ore.sented alliât
élu» . Holland piano stand lumo to llev
- V. rt. Colima from hia Bible i-liaa
I .1. H. *Wr.»i "h,,rl»ii" nï^vi.1 a
Methodist hymnal with levant, rnor ^
rooeo, divinity eiirutt binding-a iiook
sold at *6.00, J. T. (»'Daniel making the b
i»n*Hentatlon speech K
Afu-r a IT* sp.p-lul ,.„nvnrsatl„n
TO H'Cy PSIIIK' "IIIp-kw.I Ik, Hip- t". that
hlmls, and were dismissed with rpayer of
by their pastor. 15 or
pÄssMisr-- 1 -*"».
1 .Si sS: aita
|,,i ','»±'5 JÎ.» ™ PiwütIHi
at
ll ' The atn.ft nioT.wfiftS./i, ihe Dark "
aasr»«
f'* n A' 1 * 1 ," s,lu ", n ' IK , *hn l«ml
g * ^ «imtal.,« by Jenin,., F (
'.'...p . . I d ^' J 1 '
ilmro fth,l nmToÄä^ ,
lilmsolf. All the oth -r rhametaraarn
well sustained, and ihe piny picaeule
H-verul very thrilling situations. It
j will Is* presented again to-night, to- (
In, morrow night and at. the matinee to
; morrow afternoon.
n „.. HK <
I, Tim .....kna Harry .V
ipp.'.v Irish ... .•.M,K,.„„«'s Fllrla- .
,io "- and were gn «teil withimrm
audiences. I lie play is tilled with fun
b'im the eojameneement.
at. and th* manner in which it
.. .
of "ig tin
with laughter.
,k again to-night,
. and to-morrow night.
tin* close,
pre
sented i.y Mchsis. Barry A: Fay and
Hu* v»*ry exiadlent company support
kept, Hie audience c
It will Is) presented
-morrow afternoon
riirlsfinuH Hli«»o(liig.
Tho WttwiLsset Qun (Tub held the
•gular Christmas shoot yesterday
uing, at tlielr grounds
«•nth strict bridge. Tli«*re «ns a good
at.touduucc, und tho weather, with the
ceplion «>f l*eing somevrhatcold, was
uli Huit could Ih* desire«I.
•k clay pigeons w«'re usetl,
I tin* shiMitlng, s^liich wasforsweep
stakes, was dividi»«l into live «'lasses.
In tin* tirst sw**ep tiien* won* live en
. First, money wils taken by iie«>.
i Miller by a ««am* of f*
•ond
! bunkm aster
Si-ore, tlir»N- out of five.
I Swei-p No. 2, live entri«»s; llrst, money
to \V. ilui-kmastor; m-oii», live straight :
*y, L. Ferguson and \V.
Buckmaster; score, four out of flvo.
*p No. :J, eight entries; llrst
e-org.- Miller and \V. Buck
, li\i* straight; secoinl
money. 1*. Amboid
• out of live.
» No. 4. nine entri
tho
."'lù*,!?,
•■«*- 1 nn ,i «h
at ,
'
«T Kiev
out of live;
*y, H. Buckiiiustcr, C. M.
I W. Buckmaster.
to
the
la.,
Mr.
.
of master; si
I T. Weldin;
■< l Swi
seeond mom
H<* BuckmiiHt«'r; se«»re, f
In- I Sweep No. A, tldrlivn entries; first
money to C. F. Buckiiiustcr:
siraiglit ; si-cond money to W. 11. liiirt
a |«»ve, I,. Fox and R. Mlll«*r; w
and out of five; (hlrd mon«-y to (». Miller
King* und il- Buck master; seor«*, three out of
; first money
"il
f
•ore, five straight ;
w
;. Millet
I c. M.
f live.
, r
11 ««».
of
I lirl*t(iiiNM.
■»iirdonisl
PrrrsiiFuo, ]>«•«•. 25. -Mrs. Frank A.
Aldri'-li's Christmas present wus»!«*t
ter this morning from Governor B«-a
yer telling h«*r that lier husbaixt ha«l
y. «-;«•■* ..I. At U . .. Al.lrl.li,
: "■I»"« hi''an;nrnlion upm, («(.-»> ac
«•UHatHMi «if bunco«*tng a inan out or
laat «H-.««*-, «ldi rmiiaiill.! . ilPllvnnuin.
«I (hrmmli llin nnorFy c,r lii» wir« wa,
of • t«d«l in the 1 r
was 1 Jroin t h«* p«-nlt«*ntiary. I he' pair ate
win». their ( hrlstmas tiirki-y in 1 ittsburg.
_ Ahlrieh will[shortly return toMaf
fonl. Kun., where frlemls willnstablieh
him In business.
• If ap|M»urs that Mrs. Ahlrieh not only
ar- ' prov«*«l lu-r liuslwiiul s inno<
to ' «tiHeov«-nHl th«* Identity of tin* r.*al
buiie«H*ra. I h«*y are tin«»«* in numl«*r.
1 Arter nibbing John K. LeinOn. th«* Alle
ghuiiian, they l!«*«l t«» Europ«*, and have
bints of passage between
•«*. but
A.
boat
Tim
to
*«« Ih
1 New York and Nice,
j Ahlrieh wiy» his
forim-r hind*
n«*rtrt [Mirtncr, wlm cnt<-r«"l the l'ink«-r
ton»' employ and hounded Aldrich to
funeind wrong.
real
k.
< ' « 1 i n 11 ,
'T«'« 1 Neerelary Itimk for HnrrlM«u.
It« .
«>f ' \N ahiiinoton, 1>«*«-. 24. Huh ev«-nlng
|h-i , Se«T«*tary Rusk aald that he was hoit.v
I to s«u* Ills name eonn«Hit«id with the
article n*e«-ntly publirth«*«! giving a fur
. inerrt'xoto on president ial «»aiutidatert
.. 1 for 18W. He slnoorely regretted any
attempt to turn tlm attention of repuls
I, i (l frt)In Preablent Hartiwin
<LS n ,. Am il,lato. Hin adinlniatration.
he twiid, im« l 1 hn»h a ci«*au one, «Ilmd.Hl
t j j t intereat» of the whole jh*o
few u *
*rr«ii«l While in < hurm.
« lung«* of robbing his former employ
era, ra lieutb* A ( «»., of il.(MM).
\('hen «rieste«! young strong was a
,n ', lending « luuwter in a Santa ('laus . ..
; t49l tuinm^nt, «it tlie Bingham ami Tldr
' - ii ,str«»«*t. M.*th(*«llst Episcopal
-1 r | iull .|, oll u l0 Routh aide. A hciiku
itionul scene followed, as Mr. Strong
tii*-ir wa8 w , y prominent In church work.
ul -—— —
nentii From Injurien.
Mr. Clement Hearn, a prominent
citizen of Laurel, Sussex County, died
on the 25th lust., from injuri«*« revolved
a I by U*ing caught in the machinery of
ma y * »k .which ho was auperln
tamtlîS à f«*w immtha ago. He was 75
! y«»ars of age, au.l highly respected bv
tlm cv«*iy on«». Hisbou (ImrU's was also 1
ca.igdit in tho machinery of the mill
- and badly Injurod u few hours before
. o(4 | amnt i,.,,,»,, ,u, u i l
pi«*, and Ik» conlldently looked for Ids
-nomination and r«»-nl«*otion.
,
i>o1 . ,
alw!". ï!"
5. .Ù „mÄ vÏL v ilnm-hiK
Ti , ' Sew \^ an ;\ i t
«. ' *'• ^nijnjr, e<Ut.or «>f tint Kusrt«»x
! ■>«m , liiii. ism. applliunt for tin. is.si
111,11 "f Hlotn Ijbmriuip I
, Mayor Ilariliitfton will irlip. a brnak- ,, l
SstSf *■**»
'Ti" 1 ~ , « *
i " ' • kmlthora, or Snivriui, who lion
mai,! " 1,1 " "rlti.ail ..oi!,|ltlo.i. "' |
^niu»*l A. JAcknon anti Lucy J. Jat-k- ' va
as w»n, have takmi <»ut Ifttors tosfanifn
«»y ou tho t^tnU-or iilrhanl Jm kHon,
lato of Ntnv Cuatlo Hundred <*lty,
ih« «bon» 1 j iirittonh»«.'«
«torn nt, I«aurel, Dei., Et idav niukimr i ,U
Is- the fourth utore eloaetl bvhim then* '
thbamJon } , " m U * r ° «nd
t rt u \ ». *
1 1 h» direct,ora of the lAduwnre rail
i F
«*.. u an 1 af b 1 Januiiry A, 1HIM. •
.Hlley Melvin, reHldin»? near Felton.
»Iftuifhtereilon tho ISth ln»t.. four hoi»»
a .r 1 «, hl "« »"■•. »I» an.l ISft5 poumK I
^ ''.'A u, ' n * »lonths old.
1 1«: Bakers' Union held liieirnnmml I"
the b " u liWternmti Hall last evenhm U I
was very well attonded mul i »iss» hI off *
l>l"«i'«.lfly. ™ ' I f""
-I. WIkrIoswipH h was II«. rpi-lplrnt '
of a novel token vestenluv in ti». Ji,,.«..
or h o nS t itï / ! Ä : r
aar- - •• -
.äää'ä j
Prftl'lnnt; h«l»pmi ifmupa, vl.Mi-prwil.
T fn,Uk *'
" r « l ''x' < p,iimiPiülk'nK.-yit| , f 1 m'ln'»Kol, J | '
»M*" 1 * * w ,nsl "" < ' h ™ tm '' s
,|uit.e iu,u v i,,, rt 'in,,-.,in y by the '«■
F ( !oup,ln K ,.l,, , „ni„. .•»« Iljlülr'«?» mml I The
' Htrlklii« III,,, in the faee.
, TI,., mama«., ,,r Mrs. Vlr B lnla Now
ton, of St. Georges, to the Rev. C. A.
»»Mferlln. Md., is announee.l Mî
It fer Wednesilnv, Heeember 81,in theHL
to- ( >o»«ge.s Presbyten
to- Mr. MeClellund,
m-i Sparks, w ho is employeil in the
< ird name Department, at Washington,
.V !^,l^ " hta 11 f *' w
. . . "1 *»><■ '■
Church.
-in-law of Coro
.
j
and
Knights of Pythius of this State, will
iiistaU tin* oIllcers-diM'i. of Damon
Ij»Hlg»», K. of I*., ut Middletown.
I
•laaimry 'p- T1 io < ""'";'"iI"h will Ik.
for iii.hI at. tin* '»IM-ra Moust. in thut
town and .. lit Ik' publh-. ■Jl,
~
Uroms oruonifni-l.
The young linly's r»*f«*ron»'o. Ask an
nut'ina.
Singulur thing Anything that isn't day
plural. Hie
ip
of
the
the
en
:
\V.
RKHor.mnNH.
MTnit's that rustle in tho air.
As thn old
'Tis t Ik
year's h
1 boy ev
•grows brief *»
rywiieiv
r-ttf.
Watch Dog -Don't drop
Burglar- Thanks, 1 didn't know
I'll go around."
A very omply utensil-Tho Kliau of
Tartary.
by
"It
tluit you were th
\
: book <»n "dinners" is sliortly
toompunleil i»y plates
M.
to Im* Issued
und a a c
On New YeuUs day is something
For then we find that, fowl.-, is fare,
And dlssi|Nit«'(| all our dullness,
Find fullness of joy in joy of fullness.
Tho religion of th«* Christmas s«*i:
Miuoe piety.
It is not appropriate to s,«ud to your
young
>tto saying, "(»oil bless
unless I»*- hii*alr«vidy proposed.
Dininult. operation-Classing family
eardlNNird and .worsted
of
;
M.
Hoping against hop-* Taking a
policy ticket.
Tin* pout's fortune D usually n I
vurs«*. He stanza poor ehanee to make
-ii by his line.
about backing down
and sc.- hyw quick in* will get his buck
Taunt
A Un rit Iturneil.
Amui.ku, l'a., De«-. 'J4. I^ist night
aimut U oT-locik the large i»ar
bu m of Wurn-n Coraon, in Moreland
township, aimut live mil»*« southeast,
of Ambler, was <iostroy«*«l by lire with
all tin* outbuildings, which wore «pille
exli-nsivo. The farm is worked by
James Haws, tenant, who was in
I'hiladelphlu at the time of Iho lir«-.
All 11 k* «Tops farming implements, and
15 e
amounts to ut mut *H0U0. The buiUl
iugs were insured in the Union Mutual
Company, of Jnukihtowu, for #2480.
Tin* owner of the property, Mr. Corson
Fidladelpliia merchant. Th«* farm
buildings wore very complete. The
origin of tin- tire Is unknown, but it is
thought to have been the work of
incendiary.
A.
ha«l
ac
or
wa,
ate
r.*al
Alle
have
ui"
Th«* 1
l>iirn«*d.
but
Nii)>)»ow«-«l Io llnv« II« en M unie re«l.
IfAiuuHumui, D«*e. 25. —The bo«ly of
fouial to-day
the canal Umk near Maclay
* »uburlM. It win ut Unit
to
unknown
lying
8tn»«*t i
thought Ik* was «Irownod, hut
aming the body the «skull waa found
Ih* crurthod over the right eye, ami
by wow a h«
With blooil,
evidently
remains
awaiting identilleation. The
• 1 - 4U y«»iu'ri old, rather stout, and
poorly dreetM-Ml.
the
fur
any
jh*o
y [tieuo «»1 cinder covoivd
fth whi«»h the man had
iie«»n munlered. 'Ihn
at tin* d«*n«l-hnurtc
a
..
Ropth Butulcjiju«. Boo. 25. —Ernest.
SaamU, an old rlÄnt of 1hl» plm n,
hanged Iiiiii6elf from a tr<*<* in tie*
Fountain Hill cemetery yesterday af
died tern«H»n. Before doing thi« le* hud
V IhU«hI hia ivlfe'a gray«», w i«»r.* he cut
of the arteri**« of his left wrist und ho
»imtt«»n*«l the mound with Ida blood,
75 ills ixxly was not f««un«l until 10o'clock
bv this morning. Kaegel was W ynm
also 1 old und l«»av«*a a family of niarrimt
mill children. Grief over hia wife's,«l.*abh
L suppoood t«> liave prompted the tak
l imr «»f bis 1 1 fa
Wbi-n Bft'ny tfa* Hick,
Wo gavo her Castoria.
Ids
; a Child,
Gho cried for Castoria,
When she
Whoa sho became Mian,
6hi* clung
When she had Children,
Sho gave them l^storla.
Castoria.
Niiieiii«* llocMMHV of drier.
, _ _.. _ _ .
..katthoMuuk-lruKVurtwiw
ihwV.kI !.. 3u»..-i.tk.n tipis mornln*, 1
i t zr m i tt,i !,i" u r r *' i- 1 '"«'
w>»Ganto. Tht* mnmt«* w
tliaiHisnii of hy Jii.lfr« lliül
I Miirtlii Hww.imv, Jpliij O'llourkc,
,, l ' nrll "' B*» 1 *. , 1 , ''pr<»l, l '.iiH* Hum-
,at: .SÄÄ !i
•'»— 1
«hall, Inffli old nff«»n*i«-r.-. wont <»tu*h I
| Frank Thom««, who piaulai II, „I. It, !
' va '* Ms Wn&t offen««, wan | , *coiniaitte<l
11,1 dnmkonn.*8rt. I
^'Ahou, a simitar In tho
<*lty, who nleo plead ftrnt tiiTetiH**, waa .
w " * lth " Ä "
i ,U wTi'. i », , » T ;
' t.iank DowninKlmm, John Sirnnions '
«nd En.eat Thoma» wem charffwi with
disorderly conduct, at Jtavh' lodirlnu T,
lions»-, No. nrj Market Street Ah it
i F r' {ir:
• they were dineharged and Thoinaa was
*1°««<1 conte.
Henry Nonin, eoiored, was charged
I »"1* oonimUtln* ... .mmak a,.,I Ut- 1
, ♦ U |' a î! t witnoaeOB wero Wot
I" .rV nt ' wa ? or< '»irulnh ÿ200 i
I f ^ r U ^'''W to-morrow.
* A nd, \ ,w tiuei*y wuh oharglal xvith
I f"" 1 « h ™|" '* ru,1 k ""'I «büalnif hia
' Süt I 1,'"",,?w?, , |,",h t ,l "' T" r ,'
|* l| t It w»h only with the greateat
: r " . li ; 1 ï lt h '' induoed to teetlfv
««"iSSfiœ-SfiSâ
j S W Ä'Aä
f»'«»!
JJSMluT.ÄÄ
' ni! 11 thu offlierslllstruntBil
!.Äi^;'ik u "'Ä'teiÄ
'«■ inu.le for thoir tlvn iStb, c lill.livn
I The ease w'oh ..„„ilnmil untUto
in.irrow. wli.'iilf any
'»JJ,,
.aA ,* { i « 0
Mî îfJ : "** f ,,
1 1 Uby
in in- j
finally
follows:
"f lüî" rtiil.Hvn
M»rt
llllzzurA wlU
dl not pkm
Ifil
reçoive a
forget.
tilth, charged
with assaulting a little girl named
Story, was continued until Tuesday.
Z
Ncutt'N 4'hrlRtiniift Anni vorna r> .
One of tho happiest audiences in all
Wilmington lliled ihe auditorium of
-- , __ .dock last
»venlng. The happiest feature of all J
.vas that widows, orphans
-hiidren laid lieen systematically ami |
»inhered.
•elvers were th»
. \wimiiigiou niit-i i rtn aimi'
j Scott M. K. Clmrch by 7.W) o'
°* ,UI i
I p»H»r
icnuumii nmi
(generously r
I Divers and
in
rrtl-.I. in« In tho lltorar)- anil
„„mliail i,).,. i,,,,; uf tho in-oifl-tunlm.
■Jl, ll- 1 ,,r V„, r ,
Rev. V.„., t . H | , siv .illir.s, nastx>r,
played roved n ih«H'<»ni|mili»lioUt for
an excel, Ju» work luyyBtftlii«»»! in ehor
jiws bv .pnv. «qj» v.-.'ît prosiM»rous Bun
day «* , n«»-ti* m* «»»a church, whl» h gave
Hie ente. yinent. 11m infant «-lass
ip Ided t heii. all slmre to the plf^asure
of Hu* Sunday school nnntverjary.
The "Addix*
We!,
UiirlMii Klund, Mi.n» Me-nl Hollings
iieml nH*it«*(t "How I wish T Know,»' and
Frank Wilson "The Star of lietlilc
hem.
'The Vow Born BaW
by Miss Lola DnvD. W. Billard Smith
told "The Tidings," "(Tiristmns Gifts"
recited by Misa Estelle Davis.
"It all Depends" by Vernon Smith.
Miss Alice < .urri gun told of "Old Santa
(Tatis." Hurry Jackson delivered
"Willie'sLetter to Santa «Taus."
Tho Spécial Exercises of tho In-,.
font Si-nool were announce,! for ß I
o'clock (hisevening. The Fustor ulso 1
gave out notices that, tb
Feast
tills evenin
would pn
forenoon. The Epworth League an« l
friends will make
rendered
Lov
in or«ler at, 7,80 o'eloek
g and that Dr. Murray
•u at iO.:» o'« lock Sunday
vjidion by the
'«•lock morning boat «»f th*.
«Steamboat Company
turning by tiie o'clock
Wll
next
mingt«
lay,
afternoon bout.
pi
Of the following now on sale
and ready lor your inspec
tion at
Millard F. Davis'.
Ladies' Gold Watches,
Gentlemen's Gold Watches,
Gentlemen'« Silver Watches,
Boy»' Nickle Watcher,
Watch Chains,
Lockota,
Baby Rings,
Cnildrcn Ring»,
Misses' Kings,
Gentlemen'« Kings,
Plain Gold Rings,
Diamond Rings,
Breast Pins,
Ear Bings,
Sleeve Buttons,
Scarl l'ius,
Bracelets,
Neck Chains,
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF
iSilverware and Clocks
All at the lowest
possible prices.
Millard F. Davis
(
9
su I
No. 9 Eist £«cond St.
.
1
!i
1 -«JfJSfÄSWÄ.H'S.v «r«.,
I dikes which in that country
It, ! ££'« ''. l ,a,ö"l', ?cS> ™Ä n !Ä
Th* »iioain gnwftuiiy enlarueti, *»ud fln
I ally beoumo a N.nent, the dike wntun
Jh, 1 * 1 '" tt ,at4kl »»'»mont the
. «' " t , mou . t RUVO " n , v f! 10
rÄ'"Ä?£, w Ä.M M Ä;^.
; theneunü» <.f llv. a
' By a »liui.ar I «.ulloea neglect myriads
«nlveoure.airriüced every y.>ar. .Ner
T, OU8 , J f, 'î lra io ''» tn^ftftBy. Paralvsie,
l,0 '*»:' l l!B| liiro, Consumption, Fatal Kid-1
^ amHI! - ^
languid, run down anef work becomes an
etr.a t. Tln-ro in u »«rvnu«, r.iatb-sH, de
1»®»*^®'! f- ciing, with moi-e or l«s» sleep
1 ÂÎ'ÂÏ
head and general lack of vim and vigor.
i Theunpetctite he<-omeHoai>rloiou*.t..ci-o
»»ay lo headache, or pula in Hide or
y . b V palpatation,
SÄÄrf pffi'X
,' k'" 1 "" I« iMl.m
and physical exhavution,
emo -gy.life and ambition.'
iS ' 1 * y 1
»..H..i.rt„p„r.a».ind«l,«l.
.Ä"U!"Ä.T SÄ" ,
«Jè^u^uea }
ramin"» r im.r°to Kiilbrain, •lr.«ii'h
Sis
wkbkh. I
j
AA*«
jim
both nervoii9
with loss of
I suffered much pitin, could not
bleep well, mid felt mieorahle. I used
Dr. (Jrcciiu'rt Nervunt, and took
few weeks bolove l
cured. I advise nil
lug to use
completely
•« complain
a
. Uroone'a Nerrura.
«iKOUOK \V. lil'XII,
17 to 27 North Water street,
PoughkeupHC, N. V.
Dr. Drc»ne t of No. 25 West Foilrtconth
atreor. New York, tiie discoverer uf this
fiimous SpCClllllHt
iiurvoiw und clironlo
J
| charge. The perfection of
attèotïui'Ato' tiio'iroiktmela^or'aiiToriial
;
»f "J;
.
remedy,
r
chronic disc:
through letter
i rcHpoiiduuoe, and will give by
opinion and advice in any ca»
(■yateni ,
renderfl a coniploto cure almost assured,
hD success
treatment
respoudeucu is wonderful
equaled. Send for symptom blank
write iltin about your case.
(124'iii-t !
^DAJINIöTHATRI.V
REAL ESTATE.
d SALK
Bf V Irin« of • renewed Order
<'r,.liam' Court.
nuil lor New ('«»Pa Countf, innSe
olilitli ilwy of Kove-nber, a. I'., law),
tKi waed io «Hie. »i Publie Vendue,
TJI K TWIN VT-Äk.VIV DI yV»- 1 J A N U A U V,
, «1 19 «i'etcck, a. m ,
nt the Court llouar, in Ihe city of Wilmington
V? deecrlbed Heal Kaute, late of
John Itollaud, <lrc«*ased, to wl
All that i ertaln lot ol land.
Mill Creek Hundred.
Delaw Are,
the 1
In-,.
ß I now £jX A
1
l
Urm, riium
uf Delaware, boundaU as
Oouoly,
logo ms. 10 wtl:
AdJoluln«;lAads of Audrcw McKtr, Hoborl
McFartaad, riiomas H. I.y mon, |>r. Cowman,
Janiea Krowu and John Morrison, oï
S un ton to Newark;
lahihif jil 1 " 1
acret, more or
will be glvrn
lermit made
Hoi.i.iNq. r *a»ini«r»m«Ä
Allf-ai: Coarloa 11. McWhorter, clvrk O.C.
John It. lioduev. AtioriuiT.
M Hd
I
!
'
OILS
AND
MILL SUPPLIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Railroad, Morocco
and Contractors'
Supplies.
J.R. HUDSON&CO
CORN Ell
Front and Market Streets,
mCK ARTISAN»' »AVINU BANK
ûüN MAKKL4 »TUIC KT.
fmiKUAiiY Si. 1800
iMOOkrUIUTUI .. _
Open to receive a««|>oalb> ilailf from a. m.
un ill 4 I*. iu„ mid on Tuesday and halurdxy
eveuiuK» (ro.u 7 i<» »o'clock.
I lie uliarier of
hauk («roriaM
prttn.t U|»*vi IU InveaiiuenU, e«n«[»t
luircd lor llio |iaynK*ulul
«»mi>ciiseaud for «uluh'.e «nrplm I
curliyot du;ui«ltor», shall uj tilt Ido i aiuou*
ilm doposUorf.
No «iana«cr U »lluwe l l > borrow *-ijr
of the funds de i>*>wlili tan cor;«or*Uou.
MANAGERS;
». Allan lllllon.
AlciamR-i J. «{art.
An new (I. Wilaon.
Job. II. Jaokif
Aülhoi-Y HIkkIos,
Waihtuxton lUiiluk«,
Ocoige'.V. Bust«,
U. W. II »w.*n l,
. L. Uf|«»ar, Jr
'"monky'loaned ON MOItrUAUiCi.
OXO. W,

. S. C.VI'laLK,
Vic« CrtuMeuti
JOB. MaOUX^
Creslleut,
a. x. xayloiw
•rroMurtir.
OK »ALK— A KAUM OF 125 ACIlliS
Now Guetlu
P of tillublo land
County, Dclsiwau*. within thioo mil«-«« of
Del.twurc Uaili'Oiul, and four
stilt ion
iiiilcg of Smyrna. In u highly improved
neighborhood, fl^-story dwelling und
*r suitublo buildings, all oompura
T-ly new. A m renin of water posses
through tho farm. About 8 aero»
Itcacli trues in primo of bearing.
. Toruiseasy. If not sold
, Address J. B. N IC'HoLS, Oi
d 24,QB-J I,S, 8.11-61*
l'rico
be
tie ville, Del.
harry sghlice,
Stall» No». IIO lo 113, Eighth St. Market
llutter. Eax«sn«t Poultry.
Kruli and Country Produre,
Game in Season,
Good» Delivered Free.
( CHASE & CHIPPY,
9 Undertakers and Embsl nan,
No. 8o4 French Stroot,
Night Calla Promptly Attended to
I aÀl-eod Torrn» Moderate
- ^ 150,000 worth of Fiæovem*«.
1
, IWf -
} FIRST LOT consists of Men's Worsted LOT NO. 3— Another lot of Finer Suits,
(111(1 Cllssimoro Suits-UlOrO tlmil a tll0118llnil $20, $22 Mill $25. For tllis lot tllO JIl'lCO
f, lr> - * 1( ! a v <1 w® °™y one ^ is ® 1K -
I OOl.
NOTE—Did yon ever think how much cloth of various kinds is required to provide for
our Retail Oothing Business of over Three Million Dollars! Exercising the great
est care and foresight we arc apt to provide more than our needs. We'd rather
have too much than too little, even if a part is sold at a loss. To-Day we have
more than is needed, and that is why wc make a great Clearing Sale.
WANAMAKER & BROWN.
CLEARING SALE
EXTRAORDINARY
$100,000 worth of Fine Cassimore and Worsted Suits.
$100,000 worth of Mcij'h and Young Men's Trousers.
$100,000 worth of Men's and Young Men's Dress Suits.
An Enormous Stock of Boys' Clothing.
IIOU8ANDS MORE THAN WE NEED, and we shall make prices to turn it
into money quick. Yes, the goods will cost more next Fall. Still, we'd rather
not carry into another season, no matter how much additional profit. Every
dollar's worth is a positive bargain. Never in the history of Clothes-selling
has there been such an op[iortunity to buy for so little money so much valuable Cloth
Hero's Price List:
T
LOT No. 4—Another lot of Finer Suits,
Now the prices is $21).
LOT No. 2—Another lot of Fine Suits,
$18 and $20. For this lot the price is $14. $25, $28 and $30.
FINE OVERCOATS
They are of the very finest manufactured. Our extra stock is in the finest kinds.
The $30, $25 and $20 Overcoats arc. the ones that are to hi' sold, and the prices are Five
and Ten Dollars less on each Coat. To turn into money $150,000 worth we must mak»
very low prices.
Tho 30.00 Dollar Ones go down to $20.001 The 20.00 Dollar Ones go down to $15.00
. The 25.00 Dollar Ones go down to $18.00 ; The 18.00 Dollar Ones go down to $14.00
,
!
MAIL ORDER SUITS RETURNED
Single Suits of a kind—everyone made to measure. There are a thousand and ona
reasons why they come back to us. An accumulation just now—and the price just ona
half.
1
Buits that were sold and returned at $35.00 to be sold now at $17.50
.Suits that were sold and returned at $30.00 to he sold now at $15.00
Suits that were sold and returned nt $25.00 to be sold now at $12.50
Suits that were sold and returned at $20.00 to bo sold now at $10.00
MADE TO MEASURE
A Superb Stock to choose from. A clear anti clean discount of 15 per cent, for
s u its Made to Measure.
I Boar in mind, tho entire stock is Clothing of tho very host quality and bright, new
! and fresh. The only fault, there is more than we need, and wo have determined to sell
' it. YVhcn we cut prices you can depend on saving money on every purchase.
WANAMAKER &HRDWN
Sixth and Market
PHILADELPHIA.
See That You Are Supplied
With
LEA'S
Table Corn Meal.
ILOMINY
> AND
HOMINY GRITS.
F0K SALE.
That valuable MANU
FACTURING PROP
ERTY Northwest Cor.
THIRD and ORANGE
STREETS, with busi
ness if desired.
HEALD & CO.,
Seventh and Market.
STREETS
PERFECTION
BUCKWHEAT,
QUIGLEY & MULLEN,
MARBLE WORKS
-OK—
JOHN L,. MALONE,
Delaware avenno un«\ Jefferson »tracts.
▲ bouuitrni seleotlon of M on innen tx,
Head and Foot Stones in Gaorxia, liai
ian, and otlior rnarblo and granite. Pri
ces m t uiidoreold. Mai bio and »lato
Mantels, llonsu uud building
all dose rip lions.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
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The Manufacturers
—OF T11S
fi^ßUP^IiVE Q
PATENT
XIAEAMBRIU. Mis.Coy
PATAPSCO Superlative F!our
arc so confident of its Superior
Quality that they Guarantee
every pack çe.
Kunrcfouteu «>v J. F. IlHinimii. No 23.
., Philadelphia, I*u.
S. Front
COAL
50 CENTS PER TON LOWER
Than it was a year ago.
We would call ibeatteution ot constim.
to thl* tact, and to those who have
not already bought their supply, auggest
that "délaya are dangerous. " The
wholesale price will be no lower; there ic
is probability of a steady advance during
the balance of the year From our large
stock we can till cli orders promptly and
lurnleb a tiret-claes article. Wo solicit
your orders.
The price for all sizes is now fô.35 per
, 2.240 lbs.
GEO. W.BUSU& SONS,
French Street Wharl.
R. R ROBINSON Ac CO
BANKERS aM> «UOKEKS,
Fourth and Market Streets,
Buy und seit stocks und bonds on
mission. Letters of credit available
ail parts of tl-e world, and drafts
Kngiand, Ireland, France. Germany ana
! Switzerland issued.

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