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DAILY REPUBLICAN.
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PKICE ONE CENT
WILMINGTON, DEL., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1891.
PRICE ONE CENT
KM KNTH.
were
Ing
cldo
loft
AMU
npi ■
ACADEMY
ibim BtauUope closejÛhcr engage
ment, at tho Academy last evening, be
fore a Tair atzsd audience. Her iw
formance of the leading roll in "K
,d Shadow" wus.excellent, and highly
appreciated.
This ov
lng, George C. Staley will
f two
engagement
comme
nights, with a matinee to-morrow
afternoon, in 'The ltoyal Pass.'' The
play is well known in this city
strong and powerful drama, which
hold the attention of the audience
from the commodcomont to tho close.
Mr. Staley is au excellent actor, and is
I of a vast anion nt of dramatic
ble
spec
bo
of
im I mas «
talent.
Roliert Downing apiwurod at iho
yesterday afternoon in
X . Gladiator," and in tho evening
Urn In 'The Saracen." Both, imr-
rtuanccs were very tine and tlior-
enjoyed by all present. Mr.
- ami his ha-
ding rolls lu
perfeot
supported
Hi
7
»i>i
and
out
ited
11
the
and
to
oughly
Dow mug Is a rising act
personation of the h
esc two powerful plays
in every respect. He wn
I
by an excellent ct
ber of whleit is
This
pany, every
•tn.t of al'llity.
ening "The Wife" will bo pre
sented by Daniel Froh man's Lyeo
Theatre rontjmny. A New York critic
luapeaklng of t tria play says: "After
witnessing 'The Wife' Tor tlie first
time, tlie auditor feels Inclined to
claim, 'It is the beet play of ^the kind
drama
to tlie Aniefi
tie safely stated tlmt
The Wife' occupies a high rank
the
«•vor gl
Atueric
•rights." Tim c«
town, is llrst class,
productions of mode
English
pany, as is
and those who attend will have tlie
satisfaction of witnessing a first-class
play presented by
pany.
Gorman's Minstrels will hold the
boards to-morrow night, and the New
York Herald in s|>enklng or them says:
I «eked last
ly" ilia
's Eiits Minstrels
fl-*
•II
xeellont c
"Nlblo'e 'I boat
night, with "standing r«
played, with Gorin
tho attraction. Thu Gormans
minstrelsy what Patti Is to tho operatic
stage. They stand head and shoulder
above all com|>ctltors."
a
!
Fire In New York.
, Jan. 1.—Shortly before 8
discovered in
Nkw Yo
o'clock to-night tin» w
tho big factory building, N«
247 Centra street, which r
the entire block and is kn
187 Elm streot.
A still alar
eloned a s«
others, ami th
,-orth nearly #200,000 w
The burned building«
i through
... was given, and this oc<\.
•rlous delay, followed by
of pro
d.»struetlo
the
SI
, dealer in lur
ed by A. Trank maun,
i tolse shell goods, who occupied the
' ground lloor of Nos.241 and 313 ('entre
etrci't. Twenty engines pumped wat«»r
th«» Haines.
I.«
grant deal of celluloid
In the uppor Ih.ors and it crmileil u
Iteree blaze. Two members of t he lire
department came near losing their
lives, being {«artinily
smoko while in tl«e building. One of
1 will proba
r lif«». The occupants
T here w
the men. Creigcr, fell
bly be a cripple f*
of the building wen»:
First floor, A. Trank maim, t ortoise
eholl goods; G«*orge J. Hoffman, glass,
' . See
R,
and A. Dew
end floor, 1
factur
tUH.
ist. Fourth
land M
.pte
L»i8«>r McGee
Third lio
app
or. E. Slmffl
I lift 1« llu.
or ('oiuixmy,
nth floors, tho Unit
er, iiiiu-idn
«, the (Teve
I the sixth
r»y £
The entire basement w
■;
MSUplcd
by E. Kotznuui. I thick smith. Individ
ual losses «»ou W not i»e as«ei*tained t«>
night, but it is
lire loss is e
dcrstooii that tlie en
•»»«I by insurance,
Mr. anti Mrs. Thomas (TomegyB colo
«■rated New Yea. edey by a family
E therind ul their realdeneo. Ni i. ÎÎÜ7
at Keeund alcocl, AmollK tline«
proaoid were Mrs, Frank Zehley, Mr.
and Mrs. Thon. W. MeVey, Mr. and
Mr». Joseph Sanderson. Mr. .hihn li. I
Oome«ys, Miss Susie V. Cotne«yH and
live «rand-children. At H p. in. Ihcv
to m family dinner, and nIU
did ample jusllee tu Hie
«providt'd for th«* (M'cosli
^I'eiiing they luul n m
jprnt. Miss Husie V
Vslded at the organ, >u
banjo solo by Mr. J«
id hinging by Mr. and Mrs. Zebloy.
' The ent«»rtainiuent concluded with re
freshment a and singing "Good Night"
by the wholo family.
rli
:
tut, «low
good things ; J 11
in. In the
leal entertain
To meg y
iiipaiiic«! !•>•
|.h S
:
Thore is
There is
Ther«rUa chain
i luce
ime
I

eh,
break,
«1 «*«n wake.
—jï Sooner or later tliat time will arrive,
Jf thakplaco will wait for your coming,
rT that chain must bind you in hclphiss
\ death, that sle<»|> must fall on your
•enscs. But. thousands every year go
untimely to their tut«», and thousands
fnl ! UmH t v 0U os!iY t K,! l .' Vl' 1 V 1 oîllrei;
atrength. tlio »Mkoiiliig organe, the •
Sèdl«9 lllaêorarvb iTwnniloSü nS 1
aomthre i ml à' pro ..nger ôf àire.iJîh 1
ft Jtnm-lvetln bloodnnMi 1
vlaoiates l lmïvsl mn thorelw Ifv 0
2Sr»luSlnS?fiÄ oÂîâ 1 '!
int, It ngalnet dis^as.^ Gfdniggiste. |
Ti«« H *
Tlie Fri«iuii>iii|>s on««».
huiulrvHi ami 111 burnt h on-1
nuai meeting <»f the Friendship Fire
Company was held last evening, ut
which tho following officers wore !
sleeted : Jresidont, Joseph II. Smith;' Bt
vice-president, Andrew 1'. Loliuer;
financial secretary, Henry E. Jerome;
eovremry, E;lw«dll. Abbouj 1
assistant secrebuy, r. Harry AN olds;.
1 ÄTJMÄ !
uvwÜgat Ing 1 1 Committee,' 'Edward 0 'iV j
ibbott, John P. Fed brun and Isaac
^urliugton; foreman, Patrick Dough
irty • assistante, Row land W. lUppcrger 1
uldSvilUamJ. Davidson. I
In my family
la the laset lung mwlIelné^evermïïS!
JU a gentleman, it saved my wife
urn dying from .oi.eumntiou ten 1
("V». ho'revanglv.lfmm nght
png for couglis, colds, sore tlinnit,
7 0 2S? rh 1 . n Ä( t,ie u K rt*9 M * , lt 18
i? nd ri I w5 0 w ft ?3î 1 ' .So^^^nig
|rts, Depot, louifhand King.
Good Butter—Low Price» I
llHam H MflfiniTUlf v ' ki
MThSi McGqrrity, Nos. 51, 52
id?hoioe cnïmorvKtïr- nhS tü? i
ter caual rto mX. ' T «»il l!
pouîtey constm* tl vo ifluo ul ** I
I poultry constantly on hand. I
po
» is a sleep in
The
High lt«NO!
mandations
f Dr. Simms' White l'ulnionic Balsam:
aid a lady, it cured c
hlch were niarveioiiH c
„ . #
lino of fancy goods,
plete assortment at the
it prices. T. A. Shannon, No. 305
Second street.
e. Come All,
i
[examine
City Co«m«-!l.
The members of the City Council
were all ucoseutat their regular weekly
meeting vst night, except Mr. Colton,
who4vas.tobsent from «10 city
was not colled to oral
iiek. owing to a
Ing I icing held by tho Democrats to do
cldo upon a candidate for vaccino
nhyaician for the Second district, but
being unable to agree the matter
loft to go before Ooun«
The FI
an
The
until
is
■il.
•e Committee reported In
favor or refunding to Nevon C. Gam
ble $2.70 anil to Wesley J. Husbunds
The reports
otlon of Mr.
drawn for tho
*3.99
overpaid taxes,
coopted, and
ily
Baugh orders wen
spec live amounts.
The city treasurer reported the
balance in iNuik to current 0x1 muses to
bo *118,234.85; sjmelul. *12,849.82;
oelved of John J. Mealoy, #600; Bonn!
of Water Commissioners, #44,408.07.
Mr. Baugh presented the following,
vaccine reports: l)r. Emil Hertel,
South ei
in
lu
district, 50 primary and 7
jondary, and Dr. J. ('. Fnlioy, South
wi»st district, 78 primary und 72
secondary vaccinations.
S. N. Hmeltz, clerk of tho market,
ported that during the mouth he hud
condemned 3 pair of scales, 2 weights
and 3 half iieeks. Also tlmt he had
out 00 pounds of butter. Ho had vis
ited the slaughter >11
them clean, und tho
market w
dition.
Coal-oil inspector, Samuel Purnoy,
reported tlmt he iiad Inspected 19,850
gallons of oil during the mouth.
Mr. Baugh from the Financial <?«
mlttne offered the following:
ee Committee would
spectfuI ly report that, believing tho
present Improved condition of tho city
11 nances warranted
have, in conjunction with the Presi
dent of Council, conferred with the
officers of the Union National Bunk in
regard to an allowance of interest on
the funds of tho city in that depository
and have accented the following:
"The Union National Bank has agreed
to allow on all city funds do|M>sited
with the bank Interest
Italunct
and found
jat offered in
in u good and limit hy Con
;«vn
"Your FI
eh action, -sv
t
90
tho daily
. the rate of 2 per cent. |»er
uni, dating from January 1, 1891.
"Your committee would ask that
their action lie approved by Council."
Mr. Baugh, addressing Council, said
t. upon the dc
d a
that with two per e
posits of the city
#44,408.07 from the
a bright future whi
! toil. He asked thut the
Water Deiiartmcnt
o|>on for Wilming
■11«»11 of the
Finance Committee be endorsed by a
rising vote. The request of Mr. Baugh
was complied with, every momher
rising to his feet, thus heartily en
dorsing at the
8
in
by
e time tlie
umagement of the Water and the
•er DciMirtmentH.
»tion of Mr. Baugh ('<
eut into uomiruiti
'client
the
SI roe
• I
h
ill
the
d election for
city vaccine physielans. Mr. Baugh
I.« 1111 i I wit • *« I ])r. Emil Hcrt«»l for the
First <iistri«-t und lie
out opposition, Mr. Baugh cnsting the
vote or Council.
For tho Second district. Mr. Bnugii
iiomituited l>r. Georg«« L. Steiniken
I Mr. Sharkey iiominato«! Dr. John
Fahey. Each roi'civeil live vot
other ballot was taken. On tho sec
«I l«allot Dr. Steinike
elected with
u
lire
of
•elveri
l Dr. Fidiey Hve votes.
For the Third district Mr. Baugh
nominal«»«! Dr. W. 1\ Miller und Mr.
Lawson nominated Dr. Henry Patter
son. Dr. Miller raoeived 8 votes un«t
Dr. I'nt.t«»
Forthe Fourth district Mr. Baugh
iimted Dr. M. J. Hughe* und Mr.
son nominated l)r. John Palmer.
Dr. iiuglu>s received 8 votes ami Dr.
Palmer 4.
Bills were ordered paid as follows:
R, J. F<>ug«ji-uy, #2Y0; W. T. Lymuu,
, 15.TJ. 'Council Hum adjourned.
ceived 4 votes.
t«>
en
tonjrht
Will you heed t ho warning? The slg
il ihm Imps of tho sure approach «»f
»*'«it m.a«» icrrlbln. «Ilscus
«*>«., Ael; youraelycs If y
ÎÎÜ7 for (he cake uf ea\ind fide., ti
>l«k and do nothin« fur If.
Mr. from experience that Shiloh'« Ciirowllf
and cure your eouifli. If. never falls. This
li. I exidains why more than a Million Ih
and «a'» were sold file (Kief. >
croup and whni.|.in«
nIU Molheiw, do not lei
re
»•
«iff.»r«l
W« know
. It reliev
cougli at
•ithout it.

; J 11 ""
the ion
•k. side or chon
!
Shiloh's
Plaster. N. H. Danforth, whole
«I retail agent. Second und Mar
ket streets, Wilmington.
Qulln
(<ia.) Prut
Marshal Hopper, youngest
Mr. J. U. Hoppor, ami Miss Mary
Ahlermnn, daughter of Mr. Thomas
Alderman, were mm
Rev. Wilson Joluiso
Alder
of
Tied on Thursday,
it ofllciating. Mr.
is Mr. J. H. Hod
M r. Abler
second wife lieing a YIlssHopimr. Miss
Mary, the luindsome bride, Is his flrst
wife's child. Thus It will lie
I I
•in-law,
Mr. Hopper's so
father's son-in-law, ami is also
luw of hie own brother-in-law. etc.
go -—
a HmiuIhuih« riTM iit.
The woll-knowu freight condihttor
the • ias "i'ireainliü 10 ÿiwtèXy
1 »M* a l'auüsonie gold'bidjo
1 oï ,h '' <,f Hallway Conduelo*.
1 11 is ln thl ' of u shield, and about
Ifv 0 "« ''»'h long by llireo-fuurtlia of an
1 '! ll,rt, * ld "' ft woe the gift of the train
| mcll „| 10 work with Conductor l'ldl
* —,—. I Is highly appreciated by tho
recipient.
on-1 -^ ^
Fire Rwwptlon laet Kvsulng.
ut The Bruce AssoelaUcm n '
wore ! „..L „„'i .i» 1 . Bn '.° a < ? 1 *' •
Bt Rute Half firnt ww vralf aUomlS' 1
SlbfiBliI wiiiSon aîïdïïlô !
Enmo o,w,iTi /irjv i>?««°i ia . 0
1 ^ ra»?SSSi fhe£'arri>a u^fhü P°
olds;. ^ jj H tation by Hardiiig's Band'
!
'iV j 1,011 r 111,8 niurili ^ g
imTÎ!
* *
1 «V VwiT a ^ ötitdenumge, successors
I «.„ Kf.iL'T ' N !"
Madison staMt, dnalera in codfish, hwl
«1oj-k, i«ik«« pike, white fish, flounders,
opntancr^mrt °iSnS.'S'» 510 a , ,,d 1?
wta ÏÏnïrim Do»' «red free ln all
PaH* of tho ilty.
li-.n,"
wife The D.îlawaro Twilight, published by
ten 1 A. Wortldngton Brinkley wl ivh wai
nght etarted ue an organ for the colored
p«'oplo of this «'lty, «pilctly expired
18 with the close or t ie old year, its •
death was caused by a lack o! patron-«jordan;
[age. ' |
I At «ir i -i—i
A beautiful complexion follows tho J
52 use of Dr. Simms' Vegetable Liver
tü? i *f re . al ; 1,ver ," n «i kidney cura. I
l! ^ Fourth and
** I bol <1 drugg ists.
I -
liât
-in-law of his
i
in
lip
iv
Smoke Dance's ». of R. C. and B. of
I«. F. eigura. Headquarters. Seventh
und Pine und 419 West Second street,
the
305
A Huncrior nnuiitv nf f«.,» n i„
for lßc^at Wvatt
i Ior 100 • , at " * Lo. s, Ö0J Market..
Hethet Charge of the
Christmas anniversaries wero held at
Bladosvllle and Bethel, In honor of the
birth
drei». A
decorateii with overgreons suitable to
the occasion. The officers of tho
school provided two Christmas trees
ample treat tor the children
and others, the pastor not tiolng for
gotten. Tlie Christinas trees wen»
numerously decorated with presents
for i-elatives ami friends. The exer
cises consisted of singing
school, speeches by the child
an address by the pastor.
At Bethol, on Christmas
church was also nicely dot
evergreens and wreath
» . Charon,
Christ and enjoyment of
t Bludeeville the church
CW1
of
In
by the
night, the
«ted with
A very large
Christmas tree graced the altar, heav
ily laden with presents for relatives
and friends.
Tho children received a bountiful
treat amounting to one hundred and
sixty-seven packages. Tho prlncl|Nil
attraction of the evening was the ren
dering of tho program, which o
slstcil of speeches, very amusing dia
logues, in which old Santa ('laus a|>
peared twlro, as well as other laugha
ble and onJoyable dialogues. The
singing by the school whs conducted
by James E. Spicer, and the {»astor
iiad a class of little girls who aided
tho singing. Tho speeches and dia
logues were very woll rendered, not a
mistake being inode during the ontlre
perfornianse.
This
to
u
a
Is
in
is
7
72
the
in
on
1
in
cousidered the most inter
esting anniversary ever held nt Bethel,
and some of tho cuptoinasay the best
thoy over attended anywlierc. The
pastor rocoivod a large box lillod with
valuubie things for the table. Thanks!
( »CCASION
Colds, coughs, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung diseases are effectively
treated
To neglect tin
for these ailments, is to induce e
ption, which Is said to c
sixth of the mortality in all civilized
countries.
25
rith Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
of projier remedies
rxrffro Lytiriimi.
Waco, Tex. Jon. 1.—-At 2 o'clock yes
t erday afternoon Charles Beal I, a negro,
90 years of age, entered the residence
of James Fisher, a farmer near Lang, ,
Falls county, thirty miles south of
Waco, ami Unding Mrs. Fisher alone j
subjected her to the vilest Indignities '
and cruelty, breaking her skull with a 1
hammer. He then locked the house j
and left, taking away a small sum of
money und n few articles of value,
Neighbors called and found Mrs. j
Fisher still alive. She rallied enough {
to toll her story ami describe her
|»er
dc
Brut
the
a
en
the
I
, well armed
Hoot hors«»s, took the !
•nlng thoy o
negro captured. He was
>t far from Cameron, in j
nty. Tho lynchers took him i
back to tho residence of the victim, |
who identified him and he confessed. !
After this Beall g«it short shrlff. I
He was dragged t<> a tr«Miami hoiste«! n
to a bougli, upon which he «lpngled 1
until tiiiH morning, when an inquest I
held by Justice Hedrick, of Lott.
The venllct was "tianged until dead
by unknown parties." Mrs. Fisher
alive at noon but thore Is no hope
of recovery. The negro wus raised by
Mr. Fisher and was a trusted servant
In the household. I
sall&nt.
A party of young
and mounted
trail and at,2 o'clock this
had the
caught
Milan Gt
ill
for
the
the
sec
Mr.
un«t
Mr.
Dr.
A Werk of 1'rayrr.
Beginning next Hundayand continu- !
Ins line wtwk.MlH« EUzabotli W.droen
w.ioil, «1 Brooklyn, of the W. C. T. II„ l
will conduct pmycr lucctinsu In the |
fullnw lns churches: Wost rrehbytor
too Church, Sunday afternutm hoit, nt,
8.4Q o'clock: Monday and Tuecday, nti
S p. ni„ In Onu» M. K. Chanel; Wod- !
ucaday and Timrsday, at the same |
hour, «lie will deliver a lecture in Oca- j
Irai Presbyterian Church; Friday after
oetlng will lie held in Ht. I
Paul's M. E. Uhurah; Satunluy after
'«dock, achildreirs meet
ing will lie held in Hanover Presbyter
iun Church. Miss Greenwood has con
ducted such sorb»« of meetings with
iss in other cities.
slg
«»f
This
»•
,
9.1
;
Wfd.ling It«
Henry M. fjodg«», junior memlier of
the firm of G. W. Lodge «t Ht
city, und Miss Ha* I le, only daughter of
Wiu. II. Derriekson, wore united in
nuu'riage at Buttonwoo«l Hall, the
homo of tho bride, near tills city, at 13
o'clock, noon, on Thursduy. Tlie
lierfornieti by Rev. W. E.
intimât«» friend of tlie bride's
«1 was witiiossod by only tlie
immediate futniiv. Thu bilde
handsome travelling gown, tlie gi
the conventional suit. After u
:optinn and w<>«l«ling dinner, Mr.
Mrs. Lodge left for a few days
they will at
No. 13U0 Washington
. of tills
Mar
Mary
of
Avery,
family,
Mr.
Miss
flrst
und
North. On their retur
:e reside
street, Gils city.
One dozen cabinet iihotographs, any
style, Imiiies included, for *3 a dozen,
»t HollauU's Gallery, à)? Market etreet.
An..lver,«ry .TuhTT.tlsn« is,,i K ,.
On New Year eve the Christiana
Is»)ge No. 9, I. t). (). F„ eohl,rate,l
He Hftii aunlvereary at II» Imll In Chile
an tlaua, and it was deeldedly "tho enter
train- talnmenf of the season. It ooneleted ,
l'ldl- of voealand inetrumenlal muBio, read-!
tho Ingn, original poems, dialogues ami
amateur theatricals, all of which
passed off splendlfily without a brenk.
TTrnu came a grand feast of cake, fruit
' and lemonade, wlilch was liberally «lis
< ? 1 *' • norui<»«j to a large and annreciative
1 «^''hmee of invited guests who were
! delighted with tho ricli and rare enter- !
0 tslnment If ever a lodge desorvod
P°- " £ Ihs'ThÄna," TrîS
qualities and undoubted
" Sa " K " my *• "*■ '
Painful teething, «-olic, diarrhoea pre
vent cd ami eure« I. Hooper's Anödyue.
-
Bievtiun *>f
The following ofllc
hwl- n t the last
(» flH tle No 2 K G E • N (t O C
1? Vincent; V. <!., Jhh. R. Maishali;' H. P., I
all j* l>rioe;.Ven. H.. Chas. E. liar
n*tt; Sir H„ Goo. W. Anploby; Irusteo, I
John \v" Mo'iitaom' 1 '' l " Un "" 1 ' " Stl "'
by Tim following isnts were fllled l.y
wai appolntm.*..!: 'I Is.mus Apnlel.y;
'ï- U-, H. IL Smitll: W. C„ John W.
'Morrison: ensign, irank \V. Morrison;
its • First G., <Üeo. E. Davis; Bec. Ü., Hobt.
patron-«jordan; M. of B., U. A. Grant; C; of
| E., Geo. D. Morris«»«, and K. of K,
Chas. H. C annon hold over until July,
tho J »mît
Liver f Ilk ' M,,kl
cura. I A full supply Of milk constantly on
and hand at Porter's, 8. E. cor. Seventh and
Madison streets, one quart or lifty.
IPhone Ml.
liât
his
in
>ne Dollar Saved.
iv
j

eloete«!
-ting of Christiana
of
Wilmington Co
College I
Re-opens on January 5. New pupils
eiirullod daily, 8.30 to 5. Day and
evening sessions. Call or scud for
lieu catalogue. ,
to
the
of
a
tho
ly
not
A HOMK AUTHOR.
at
the
to
tho
Dr. Marian'• Acomul and Fourth Edi
tions— Agricult«
Irai th ami 1U>
i<l Poetical Work«
itftenl
—Hook» Helling All
State« and Canada*
the United
It is entirely natural for tho friends
of literature to feel a sense of satisfac
tion in literary uchlev
citizens that elevate and broaden
tho character and roputath
peoplo.
One of tho reporters of the Daily
Repu
the
of
the
a|>
The
dia
a
Scan, upon Unding lust issued
u second edition of "Ida Randolph of
Virginia," noticed upon the title page
uitc a
tin»
tuber of work« named which
tlior, Caleb Harlan, M. D., of No.
708 Market street, has written.
a
haklan'b worn.
I. "Ida Randolph of Virginia,™ 1880,
second edition 1800. 106pp. 12m«>. This
Is a historical novel in graceful v
The Virginia standard of groat men
and fine ladles uro typilled in Ida und
her father.
II. "Farming with Green Manure."
289pp. 12nio. 11883); fourthedition 1888.
Pajicr 85c., eloth #1. A work of practi
cal wisdom in agriculture already sold
in thirty-one States and in Canada
Nova Scotia.
III. "Klflora of the Susquehanna."
109 pp., 12 mo., 187»; 3d Ed., 1883. This
is u romantic poem of easy (lowing
stylo that wins perusal from ite admit
several Urnes a year.
IV. "Tho Fate of Marcel" (1883) 202
. This is
1
best
The
of
('.
E.,
G-.,
to
T.
P.
pp., 12
romance.
V. "Memoir of John Ferris," (1885)
. John Ferris, the pa*
estate valued at one quar
ter of a million of dollars, died in 1882.
interesting
all
25 pp., 12
sesaor of
JOHN FERRIS' WILL
He inario his cousin I>r. Caleb Harlan
his sole
stated in his will that tho doctor
"should not lie
icutor ami trustee and
squired to give
•urity for tho faithful performance
his duties."
a residue at over eighty thousand
yes- dollars was willed "to be applied by
Dr. Harlan for the boneflt of the neoes
sitous portion of tho human family
, that may come to his knowledge."
of The testator suggested that if used
j for a House of Refuge It would In
' his approval. Hence, 'The Ferris
a 1 dustrial School" was established
j all the residue assigned to the institu
of tion. It embraces suitable and c
modious buildings.
Mrs. j O110 hundred and ninety-two a
{ of excellent farming land
O.
W.
1 has nt
mpils. Its
» of the most in
ti liest qualilicd citizens. It
diieli the
I boQrd of trustees
Jluential
the !
thoy o
was VI. Mental 1
in j and Long J.lf
him i Diet" 12
| mlition
! instruct!«
I promises, if its eouiibels
n century of «•
1 happy life without
I nilty, und fn»«» fr«
decro|Htude whiidi
dead ponies old age. To our mind the doc
tort» own life Is a prn«aical, general
hope demonstration of the truth of tho
by theory and the wisdom of the advice
contained in this little work of «•xtra
I ordinary value. It's advice followed
•t fall to greatly promote life.
:r> I«.
Institut!«
State gratefully appreciate.
rer, So
»—"How Attul
!5c., ( 188<J. ) A
premised. It is full of
«1 und sells rapidly. It
followed,
Tollable, vigor«
of iniir
>ple of
«I Health
t by

is IK
*'
the wearisome
ofte
no« Ton's «
! as an author Rev. R. W. Lundis, D.
u„ ,,r Knntucky, u iirofouuU i laHnli-ul
II„ l scholiir, soyn In n lottor to Ihn ilnrtnr
the | which hit, Leon |>uhll»hixl: "Y.mr ver
»Mention hiw uolMus to four from u
nt, coniimrliain, even with Drydon.
nti You have his How, cade
Wod- ! rhj-thm; your power of description i
same | equal to hl» own. Nn man, howeve
Oca- j gifted, has ever attained In \
after- tery of the poetic power of exproeelo
Ht. I withoutu good «Inal of tiiought an
after
meet
con
with
of
», the cliHri
rsifl«'ation an«l> yt
, praeti«
jyour v
iningei
elody of
pictured
s so admirably prasentod in
• ihwrlpti
y<
Tho doctor lias boon ho long bofon
th«> publh-as mi author that, liiere is i
constantly growing appraciatl
his works. The most of them have
attained uoooud editio
; ing With Groen Mnnuro" Is in its
four!ii edition.
of
of
of
in
the
13
E.
tlie
Mr.
days
at
tills
When Baby wa«
Wo gave her Caitoria.
i a Child,
Btia cried for Castoria.
When Eli« wi
When she became Miss,
Ï
She clung to Castoria.
any Tlie article of dissolution of part
norahipappearing hi to-day's issue of
«Iw Uhli Hero
Boluilon. In the first plane thepart
nerellipwMtjtaBolvmibymutualemi
.'.-oi'" t! " K o 1 b,,tt4,r ^
Chile- „Th e re » u< no disagreement
enter- 1,1 the settlement, üb an oft*«.mÿ.*
, «''•''I'fdlieoirer
read-! " a<l0 " e '.»» "« a eatlefaetory
ami m V
which , J , t T*?i'V ho li , ,m to
brenk. Hmsitz ä ( o., who will pay nil tho in
fruit deb ted ness of the late firm.
«lis- here to assort that. I make no chargo
ugainst the hon<>sty or fair dealing of
were Mr,.Hamuei N. Hmeitz, nor did I intend
enter- ! 7 T' h «-Jw* »»th« wtioie
published to-day. Any such inference
«»«•«•V •»*•» tj*. Jrawn from eald
publh ationAs a falso 011c and should
' " l '
pre
C hi
P., I
liar- o«»rt<*r of.Century Me
I Mi ami Mis Ja« M J,
Stl "' , J u ' lr "'7i lli W. l "VV4 venMry
l.y hLKan'lug'^ ^yauHMdSl mthorfu^'o'f
fan Hlri. ,,s mm wh.m
W. " Bi mKS wife
»r, H snilieBurton an<i dumrhter nf
Hobt. fjnwomPaM? amt Mra T K
of of Dover and Mra W H
K, KÂwfmÏÏJmÏ
July, k. Robb, Miss Hal lie E. Lovell' Mr.
and Mrs. E. NVoodwuixl, Mr. il. B.
Colton of this city. Ouite a ipimtw
on of fine jwABftnU wAll Yseäved. All
and enjoyed themselves aud will long ro
lifty. memW the occasion as one of tho
bright episodes in this life.
Whea she
Children,
She gave thei:
Castoria.
To tint Pntille.
•er my
*t Htatomcnt of said dis
I wish
Chaklks H. Hess.
January 1, 1891.
Trio
j attending the making of
• cabinet photographs at $2.00 a d«
cause» us to offer them a short, time
longei at the |»>pular price. Beecher,
5 Market street.
.»IKl.t-ful
t>eautiful
cole

I Meerschaum tiomls.
pupils H. F. Bourdon k. Bio., cigar manu
and facturera, No. 219 West Second street,
for have a full line of meerchaum goods,
, which will be acid at coat
Ulalne'it Hon»«* on Fir«.
Wahhinotown, Jan. 1.-A tire occurred
just before
some resident
owner! by Secretary Blaine, but leased
to and occupied by D. Z. Viter, the
Chicago Millionäre. 'Die life is sup
pos*»<i to huvo originatedTh a defective
Hue at the top of the housé. It soon
extended to the woodwork beneath
the roof ami owing to tlie difficulty
of renclting the Hainen the firemen iiad
a severe task in oxtinguiehing them
before they extendi«I to the body of
tho house.
The damage done was almost entire
ly to the house for
tfames were discovered the servants
stnrti>d to work to remove the hand
• I furniture und «to
righhoring houses. In
stored seven inum
{Nicked with ffowns just from
Paris. Although they
room just In front of the bock building
where the Hre was llerceat, they
not injured, apparent ly, as the trunks
themselves were closed and water
proof.
Mr. Viter told a reporter thut he
had no Insurance at all upon his bo
longings in the house, Mr. Blaine, he
lerstood was insured. Most of the
itaintluga and other movables in tho
house ho said were his
ulthnugh thi
belonged to Mr. Blaine. Ho thought
that ail tho valuable things had boon
saved, aud the dnmngn to movables
luinly confined to tho cur|*ots.
m to-day In the luiud
«*uu DuPont (Jiralc
' I
yuintlngs
tin» garret
in tho
n property,
considerable that
Installation of OlUrc
Grand Chancellor Lewis E. Wallace
of Scftford; accompanied by his stuff,
visited Clayton Lodge, No. 4, K. of P.,
huit evening, and installed the follow
ing officers: P. C., George L Hcnsell;
('. C., Everett Jonos; V. C., George F.
Thorp; P., Samuel II. Ridgeway; M.
E., James B. Tucker; M. F., A. B.
Crossgrove; K. of R. and 8., J. O.
Jones: M. A., Harvey Williamson; O.
G-., William T. Lincoln; representatives
to lUverviow Cemetery Coni pany, Win.
T. Lincoln; representative of the Grand
Lodge, Jumes W. Edwards; trustees,
(ioorge S. White, W. C. Hamilton,
Ihm nett Hazlett.
District President W. Harry B. Max
di, assiste« I by National Master
Forms W. J. Stoner, installed the offl
cers-elect of Washl
P. O. H. A., Inst
Fourth ami King streets.
Camp, No. 2,
ng at their hall,
The officera
Installed we pc: Past president, John
O. Tyson; president. Garretf Dawson;
vice-president, Lewis Blackburn; re
cording secretary, Alfred Smith;
Itnum-iul secretary, Man&lield Arm
strong; master of forms, Jumes Coch
ran; inspector, William Thompson;
luetor, Hurry Hill: guard, George
W. Kirkley.
a
or
We «lo not believe in modlci
children, l»ut
Bull's Baby Syrup and assort that no
family should lie without it. Price 25
cents.
for
do belicYC in Dr.

iirKiii OkIrc
The regular meeting of Wilrnlngt4>n
Loilge No. 4, A. O. U. W., was held lust
'ening, at which the folhiwing offl
» installed to servo during the
ensuing your; Master Workman,
John S. Thompson; Foreman, W. S.
Saunders; Overseer. W. S. Driscoll; ~
(liiiilc-. r. E. Linton; Insi.li- Watch, H.
*' W. II. Fiiirhimb, who has just retired j
''Ti'i hoJ(°v?are rû' t'hfuf » 'rv !™, 1 was •
'•yhclim ]>ro«pnt.-<I with a
t valuaUe gold watch '
Is inserilaxi !
'Willi
handsome
chain charm. The charm
with the emble
far«» while the
emblem and motto of the Order of J
Mogu liions.
After the «uljournnieut 1uf 'Wilndng- 1
ton Ij«Higi*, A. (). IT. W., Y iiniington !
Lodge, No. 1 * i, Ancient Or«h»r of Mo
guilt«
Hall.
of eight pim»es
of the order
i contains tlie
I
, lii'lil a meeting in Workm«»
at winch the Sloguili
•ch«»
le its flrst: up|M
:<». Three new imuniiora, Dr. E. ( l
1 John 1
Hhortlldgo, Samuel Kemp
'i'ate, were initiaUni and raiseil to the
high estate of "Ye Grand Mogul."
a rriai.i o.i nvsin. ^Kr^ ^ :
■t> DmiBhila iii-othcr« . Ul " '
t«r»for'onsdina^Vhc'sionn «tair-1
the cïtyHaï"^ÏX < 'wM™inïuüwigh !
awTudowTmthn'ïtehtîi'lhrw to fl iwi'
on tin* »hin walk a ma».« «r 'misheii
angie<i ti«»sh, at quarter
wk yuBtorila
n uiimit«>H u
PlIILI
id, employed
lie expired to
tlie Hnlmemami Hospital.
f t ho
nlng.
At the ti
pany of New Year's shootera w
para«ling past the City Hall. H«»uriug
the mu sie of the band accompanying
tlie "shooters," Hincox got. upon the
Ï ill of a large window in the
iicing Filbert street t«»
mimic, aispluy. The wind
slippery with ieo and snow.
«•ox was leaning forward to g«»t a good
look at th«i passing masiiue
foot sllpiied on the treaennr
and Uh terrible descent began.
•«•blent, a cc
llion
asr;
tho
«1ère liis
stonsi
«I Dollars.
I will forfeit ihe above amount, If I
fall to prove that Florapldxiou In the!
liest medicine in existence for Dys
pepsia, Indigtistion or Blltoi
is a certain cure, and affords i
relief, iu «•
C/Oinplaiiit, Ne
sumption. Fioraplexion builds up
the weak system, and cures where
«»«li«!s fail. Ask y«)!'»' drug
gist for it and get well. Valuable
l»«>ok, "Things Worth Knowing." also,
pie bottle sent fi*ee; ail charges
Address, Franklin Hart, 88
stre«»t, New York.
«»I into
«I Liv
id C
of Kidney
DetUR
>
other
mepald.
Jack Frosl In CoiiiIiik
Now is the time to got ready for.
him t>y laying iu your «-«ml for the:
winter. Order it from A. Sergeant,
No. 108 Maryland avenue, or Seventh
<1 Ktug streets. Our eoal is under
•i-eoiuxl under
supervision. Kindling wood iu large
loa«ls. Western outs a simeiulity, Uiled
liay and straw by the ton. Yard, 108
Maryland avenue. Telephone, 545.
Central ofll«'e, Seventh und King sts.
Telephone, 587. Open iu llm evening.
AM GOOD AS ÜOIJ».
pi- and
A IK#'hii t if ul I.ol in Cnlorado F
Coinniencing January 1st, wo will
give away UH» choice l«»ts wUliin
rwenty-Hve miles «if Denver, Col.
These lots nr«» on tlie railroad,
cumbered und dosirablo. Size of lots,
25x125 feet. Send on your full name
and add ross, with twi> cents for post
will moil you a warranty
lot. Address James A.
age, and
deed to
Pearce, Parker, Col.
ag roofs made and repaired by
uk A. Mitchell, No. 413 Shipley at.
M. F. Davis, jeweler, 9 E. 2d.
■ ■ ■
Bn
V. o.i
HAMBURGERS'
1
1
THE BUSIEST STORE BEFORE
CHRISTMAS.
THE BUSIEST STORE AFTER
CHRISTMAS.
There's nothin" in crowding a storo before Christinas, when everybody wants to buy and money is plentiful—
but to crowd a store after Christmas, when wants arc supplied and purses are empty, is quite another tiling. Never
theless, Hamburgers' will do it. They propose to have as much money in the cash drawers this Saturday night as on
any day Indore Christmas. There's but one way to do it, viz: By offering better bargains aud cutting down prices
lower than ever before. That's the plan that has been adopted.
SATURDAY FOR TO-MORROW SATURDAY
MEN'S OVERCOATS!
MEN'S SUITS!
250 Men's strictly All
Wool Cheviot and Cassimere
Suits, made by Hamburgers'
and trimmed in truly Ham
burger style, equal to any
garment offered elsewhere for
$15. Will go at
220 Men's full lengths,
good Black and Blue Diago
nals, Chinchilla Ulsters and
Storm Overcoats, made dou
ble breasted, with large col
lars for protection, very ser
viceable and comfortable.
$18
CHOICE OP
ALL OU It
FINE DRESS
SUITS.
SID
I
$!□;
1
These. $10 Suits consist of
most of our $12, $10 $14,aiul
$15 Suits, in double and sin r * j
pie breasted sacks, straight or ' *
round comers and Cutaway
Frocks. All of them will
HAMBURGERS'
150 Men's Fine Shetland
and Chinchilla ,Storm Over
coats, cut extra long, with
or without wool lining, all
75 All-Wool Cheviot
~ 1 . " " Ul V i, ;- V1UL 111,11
LaHSlIllOrO ( ape Overcoats,
j with all-wool lining thruugh
• out " Every one worth not
loss than $15 Or $18. All
'
!
GO AT $10.00.
GO AT $10.00.
$18
300 Mon's very fine Uns
tom Suits, in imported and
finest domestic fabrics,
mill finished in tin- \ory
lniinner und equal in fil^H
any custom garment. Wu^
CHOICE OF
ALL OUli
FINE DRESS
SUITS.
J
1
!
GO AT $10.00.
GO AT $15.00.
I FDR THIS SATURDAY DNLY|
1
We have about 200 Boys' and Children's Huts and Cups left: all new goods this season, nnd the finest seloctiou
ever brought together in Wilmington. There are about 35 different styles of them, in all shapes and colors. Tam-0'
Shan tors, Turbans, Jockeys, Sailor Caps, etc., in velvets, fine imported cloths, etc. Regular prices of these hats, $1.25,
: $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, and some sold as high as $3.00. You can come along to-morrow, anil take your ehoico of these
' elegant novelties for the little ones for just $1.00. Bargains in Children's Suits and Overcoats; every garment marked
down, some 10 per cent., some 15 per cent., and some 20 and 25 per cent. Come and look. We've just received an
! °thor lot of Knee Bants, worth 50 and 75 cents. You can lmy them to-morrow for 89 cents. Shirt Waists, the bal
ance ol * n ^ c ' alu ^ $L00 fancy flannel, waists; to-morrow 39 cents. Kilt Suits, choice of the stock, $4,95. '
Strictly one price and for cash. HAMBURGERS', 220 and 222 Market street.
See That You Are Supplied
With
LEA'S
Table Corn MealJ
IIOMINY
-AND I
HOMINY GRITS.
STREETS
PKRFECTIOIV
BUCKWHEAT,
QUIGLEY & MULLEN,
107 aud 109 Market Street.
GOAL
50 CENTS PEE "mN LOWEB
Than it
% year ago.
We would cal) lhaatteuttuo of cooatiia
thOM who have
not already bought tbelr «apply, suggest
"delays
daugeroun."
wholesale price will l>e do lower; there is
is probability of a steady adt\vnce during
i |M
the halauue of the
ar. From
orders promptly and
lurrlah a flrst-class arUcle. Wo solicit
your order?.
The price for all sizes Is
too, 2,340 Ibe.
95.25 per
GEO. W.BUSH& SONS,
French Street Wharf.
TICE—i JIKRKBY UIVK NoTICK
eatsesriiou «if . .
e Stute of Dolawnve,
Dover, Jan
latVlmonir
Mury K. Crawrord^tf^rjihej^
Middletown, Del. Nov.<7-'!K
N
tlia
Assembly of
•y «Kit, A. D.,
... a divorce, a
from my wife
1
1MU. ^ 1
URP1IKY.
1 dl- 2 tawlmt
N OTION—I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE
Uist I will spoly to the ««acral
abso>5u «11
J Ô 11 N u"^t K M S
-OF
J
\
AND
OF OMT'HANS AND TYPE-WRITING
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS,
REOPENS MONDAY, JANUARY 5.
t
Persons from io years old to middle age fitted for
BETTER POSITIONS.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. ;
Call 8.30 o'clock to 5 daily, or drop a postal
for catalogue. Day Sessions resumed January
5th.
d'41-tf
H. 8. COLDEY, Principal.

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