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Quick If-. Tho.,'ugblj
Forevor Cased.
Four out of Pve who
suffer nervousness,
mental worry, attacks
of " tho blues,'' are but
paying tho penalty of
early excesses. Vic
tims, reclal
manhood, regain your
Vigor. Don't despair. Bend for book with
Axplanatlon and proofs. Mailed (sealed) f ree.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N Y.
PENNSYLVANIA [j AILRO AO,
The Standard Railway of America.
PROTECTED THROUGHOUT BY THE
INTERLOCKING SWITCHES AND
BLOCK SIONAL SYSTEM.
PHIL 4 DELPHI A, WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE R. R.
" IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 13, 1806.
follows:
! .
Trains leave Wilmington
For
2 K,
Eh &
Philadelphia (express)
4.90, 6.30, 7.42, 8.B0. 8.66, 9.33. 10.(
11.85, 11.28. li.46 a. m.. *12.16.
Lltt; 5.10, {(.68, 6.45, 7.07. 9.06 am. -
Accommodation, 6.10, 7.10, 8.12,
18.46, 2.38, 4.00, 6.28. 7.60 and 10.46 J>. m.
f For Chester (express). 1.57, 4.2oT 6.30, 7.42,
ff.KO, 8.50. 8.56, 10 03, 11.26, 11 46 e. m., 1.37,
5.06, 5.02. 5.56. 7.07, and 8.06 D. m. ^ ao
modatlon, 6.10, 7.10, S.12, 11.02,
1.. 12.46, 2.88, 4.00, 6.26. 6.45, 7.60
For New York. 1.67. 2.66, 4.20, 6.30,
1.60, 8.S8, 10.08, 10.48, U.46 a. m., *12.16,
2.38, 8.06, 8.11, 6.02. 6.10, 5.66, 7.07 9.16
10.40 p. m.
For Boston, without change, 10.16 a. m.
and 5.66 p. m.
For West Chester, via Lamokln, 6.80 a.
Centor and Intetmedlate
. m. and 6.88 p. m.
and Waahlnilon. i.U, 1.01.
, and 11.00 a. m., fl,OS, U.49, -1 11,
5.28, —5.05, 7.00, 7.41, 1.23 p. m„ and
10.43,
3.11,
I!
Accom
-
.40 p. m.
7,10.
1.37.
ami
l«r Newark
Stations, 7.88 a.
L.
„ Baltimore and Intermediate statlone,
1.47, 4.43. 6.66 p. m., 12.00 night.
ll.B, U.le p. m. and 8.05 n(,ht.
Ac<jommodatlon, 5.54, 7.30, 3.13, 10.35 a-m-,
t.S. ill 4.03, 4,44, 6.25. 5.88, 10.03 and 11.33
SUNDAY TRAINS. „ „ . m
f or Philadelphia (express^ 1.57, 2.56. 4.20.
, 9.33. 10.43, 11.46 a. m., 1 37, 3.05, 6.02, 6.o6,
, 7.28, 9.06. and 9.16 p. m.
Accommodation, 7.07, 8.19 a.
145. 4.00, 5.20, and lO.^O p. m.
For 6hester (express),
.45 a, m.. 1.37, 3.0b, 5.02, 5.66> 7.07, and 9.06
l„ 12.09.
u
., 12.03, 1,45,
ccommodatlon, 7.07, 8.19 a. n
^»;a?,^tW' 4 . 2 S .m
10.43. 11.45 a. m., 1.37, 3.06, 4.00, 5.02. 5.5C
9.16 and 10.40 p. m.
For Boston, without change. 6.56 p. m.
^ For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8.60 a.
^Baltimore P and Washington, 4.38, 8.01,
10.18 a. m., 12.06, 12.49. 1.60, 6.23, **b.05, 7.41,
* B^tlmbre^a^d 3 Vnfermedlate stations,
9.08 p. m., 12.00 night. ^ .
Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street
Wilmington (express). 3 60, 7 30.. 11 23 a m
12 09, 1.12, 4.41. 5.08, 6.65, 7.40, 8.Jo, 11.10, 11.16
p. m.. and 12.05 night.
Accommodation, 8.85, 9.12, 10.35 a. m,,
12.30, 2.82, 6.10, 8.38. and 10.03 p. m.

9.33.
, 7.07,
FOR THE SOUTH. ^ „
Southern Railway.— 1 7.4i p. m.. dally,
Sleepers to New Oneans, Memphis, Tam
pa, Asheville and Ilot Springs.
w Atlantic Coast Llne.-l2.49 p.
•leepers to Port Tampa and Mac
night, dally, sleep ji b to Jacksonville.
.. dally.
; 12.53
DELAWARE DIVISION.
New Castle. 8.13. 11.15 a.
., and 12.10 night.
d Del
1.30, 5,15, 6.63. 9.61 p
For Lewes, S.13 a. in... 4.27 p. ni.
.Express for Dover, Harrington a
mar. 8.13, 11.04 a. in., 4.27 amlll.r.6 p. m.
; ' For Harrington and way stations only,
> For Wyoming and way stations, 6.53
Express for Tape Charles, Old Point
fcomfort and Norfolk. 11.04 u. m. and 11.5*
>
. SUNDAY TRAINS. ,
New Castle, 9.51 p.m and 12.10 night.
Cape Charles. Old Point Comfort,
Ifrid Norfolk. 11.66 p. m.
For Middletown. Clay
girring', Felton,
Beaford, Laurel
. Dover. Wy
. Brldgevllle,
Harrlng
and Del mar, 11.50 p.
(•*) Congressional Limited Express
trains, composed entirely of Pullman
Vestibule Parlor and Dining Cars. No
Iftra fare other thkn the usual Pullman
? (') limited express trains, composed of
Pullman Vestibule Parlor Cars, Vestibule
Passenger Coaches and Dining < ar. No
i
For further information pasn°nK
ticket agent
the Kta•
I
tion.
B. M. P
Tt. W
FVGBT
Oen. Pups
i. & 0,
i'
Pl Schedule in effect Nov.
Illuminated
villi
All
, '**Expr
train;
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WILMING1
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WARI.O A\
4
3.13.
NEW V
•12.21,
duys,
p. u
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.
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II.
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*5.32
50.
'

cek-days. *3.13,
CH ESTKh
19.Ul. *10
II. i
.k 3.5
p. m. Sunday
12.20. *3.28. 3.iil), *5.32. ti
ATLANTIC CITY, week-day
m., *12.21, *2.29 p. m. Sundays. 7.36 u.
CAPE MAY, week (lava. *8.25 u.
•2.29 P. nt.
BALTIMORE
week-days,' *
•2.07, 2.54, *4.03.
days, *4.13. 7.20.
♦4.67, *8.19 u. m
BALTIMORE and w
7.20 a
7.39
It
32
II.
I
and
20, *8.49. *11 a. m., *12.55.
. Sun
*12.55. *2.07. 2.54,
WASHINGTON.
)
4 11.
stations, daily.
HO a. in., 2.54 p. in.
NEWARK, week-days. *4.13, 7.20. *8.49.
*4.57. *6.16. 7.35,
•11 a.
*12.56, 2.54, *4.03.
Sundays, *4.13. 7.20, *8.49 a.
eek-days, *6.16 p.
W.19 p. nt.
•12.65, 2.64, *4.57. 7.3
HITTS BURG, v
Sundays, *4.57 p. in
CHICAGO, dully. *4.57 n. in.
CINCINNATI und ST. LOUIS, dally.
•1165 und *8.11) n. in.
NEW ORLEANS and MEMPHIS, via
Bristol and Chattanooga, week-days .*6.16
J . nt. Sundays, *4.67 p. m. Througl
leepci's lo Memphis and New Orlenus.
6INGERLY ACCOMMODATION, dully.
1.20 n. m., 2.54 and 7.35 p. i
LANDENBERU
iwfcek-days, 10.27 a.
■ays, lo a.
Leave market'street station.
Philadelphia, week-days, 3.30 p. m.
1 BALTIMORE, week-days, 2.50 p.
LANDENBERO
45. 10.S
4
l
ACCOMMODATION.
.. 2.54, 4.57 p.
. Bu
4.5Y p.
l
and way stations.
. nt., 2.50, 6.20 p. ni.
week-days, 6
Sundays, 9.55
. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA,
] Street Sta
fc
*. Sundays. *3.30. *8.15,
\ •1.36. 1.60. *4.20. 4.50.
( i Telephone No. 193.
\ Rates to Western points lower than v
/ f any other line.
W. M. GREENE.
' ' Gen. Manager.
P'
Chestnut
for Wilmington
3.30. 6.15, 7.10, *8.15. 9.30. *1
*12.20, *1.36, 1.50,. *3.30. *■
U.30
41. 6.00, 6.30. *7
. *11
0.' •7.40,
C. O. SCULL.
Gen. P
l
. Agent
Wilmington & Northern R. R,
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9'JMK TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 22nd. 1938.
w
Ington (French Street
, Montchaii
Trains
tution) for D. & U. J
i, Winterhurn. Guyene
CoHsart, Chadd's Ford Junction, 1 J
foil. West Chester, Embrevllle, Morti
ffille, Coatesvilie und intermediate t
ilons. Rally.
o,lop. m. buntluys
4.05 p til
i
ly nt v.Oi s
Ltd
For Waynesburg Junction, Springheld
nd intermediate atatlons, dally ex
uuduv at 7 JO a m. 2 10 and 4 05 p.
lundaj's only at 8.08 a. m., 2.10 and
\
For Joanna. BIrdsboro, Reading and in
cept Sunday,
uduys ouly,
t 8.08 a. m. and 2.10 p. in.
.. G. MTATTSLAND, Superintendent
lOWNESS BRIGGS. Qen. I'ass. Agent.
tcrmedlate stations, dally
7 29 a in and a iu p m.
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Washington, Jan. 19.—The s*nat* yes
terday volod to take up the Nicaragua
canal bill. This gives the measure tho
parliamentary advantage of being the un
finished business of the senate, so that it
will be considered from day to day until
flnul action is secured. The prospect la
that u filial vote will be reached at
early day. Henutor Morgan, of Alabama,
opened the debate with a lengthy speech
of the ineusure. Mr. Morgan
»termined whether
American control of tho canal or the up
holding of the Mnnros doctrine
bo iucludod among tho difference* to lie
submitted to arbit ration under tho Anglo
Ainerican treaty.
Tho canal bill provides for an issue of
1100,000,000 of maritime canal company
stock, of which the United States is to
subscribe for 170,000,000 worth of Hhures.
The company is to issue bouds up to $100.
Ottf.OOO, these to be guaranteed by the
United States. It is substantially the
measure passed by the senate In the last
congress. Mr. Chandler introduced the
Republican oauous bill for an Interna
tional monetary conference, and also a
bill providing for a permanent census
bureau, with a superintendent at 10,000
salary.
The honse passed three bills of public
Importance and devoted the remainder of
the day to District of Columbia business.
One prohibited the sale of Intoxicating
liquors to the Indians, one amended the
existing patent laws in oonformlty with
the recommendations of the American
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LAMPLIGHT.
Dear little lady, eo tumbled and sleepy,
Kneeling at dusk with her bead o
Lamplight Is dim, end the shadows
little lady, and, ah, sad met
Having a prayer that the angels most soften—
Ah, little lady, could only It be I
Time wus when I prayed, too, often and often.
Longing for
my kneel
creepy,
o that we
or shall see.
Dear little lady, till play days
Kneel here at dusk at my
Ne'er could you know
Lear little Italy, hut, ah, sad
—Post Whoelor in Now York Press.
n tired kneel
: is undsr tho clover,
TWO WIVES.
"It's grown chilly, hasn't It?"
"Oh, yos," suid Agnes Lawton, with a
astio laugh. She was huddling in her
dapper street gear before the pennon of
crackling llumu on hor friend's hearth.
"It's blowu horribly chilly, Murion—for
me!"
"Another quarrel, I suppose, with your
husband?"
"A quarrel this time that ends every
thing. I'm going to my mother In Bos
ton."
"Don't, my dear."
Murion Kingslund spoke thus In tones
tranquil and low. She was swaying lier
t If softly in a rocking ohair, and she bad
folded her arms In a leisurely way. She
a large, blond woman—not handsome,
but with a beautiful figure aud a fuoe full
of swoot gravity.
"Oh, you've always said that," replied
young Mrs. Lawton, frowning at the fire.
I moan to disobey your court
"But
sei."
"Vory well, Agnes;
member I've always said
husbaud loves you devotedly"—
"Ab, that's the very point, Murlonl Ho
, but not devotedly. He"— and
here Mrs. Lawton lowered her face and
drew out tho next words in n dogged,
dragging undertone—"he is not faithful. "
Tho oscillations of Mrs. Klugsland's
rooking chair quickened the least little bit.
"What husband Ib?"
"Yours."
"Ob, Trent—yes! I wasn't thinking of
him." She colored, biting her Ups. "What
is the present trouble, Agnes? Tell me."
"It's very simple. I found a note In
Fred's—I mean Mr. Lawton's—overcoat
pocket."
"My dear Agnee, what were you doing
thero?"
"Doing there?"
"You were spying—jealously spying,"
said Marion, with her usual culm. "Ad
mit It."
"You're orueler than usual, Marlon. I
was a fool to come here. Mamina will
sympathize, however. I shall tuke the 8
o'clock train for Boston."
"Was tho note very dreadful?"
"Oh, it told its own story. And, as
you'ro aware, this is not the first time"—
"That you've gone through your hus
band's pookots? I know. Aud the signa
ture? "
"Initials."
you please. Re
tiring. Your
And n very violent quurrel fol
"1
lowed?"
"The most violent
Hindi ev
had.
have
have. ' '
And tho lust
Marion Kiugslaml stopped rocking.
"Agues," site arid, breaking a pause, "I
don't know u husband who in publlo is
attentive,
pOBi
rcapectful, n
tlvely gallant to his wife than yours."
"In public!" bristled tho other. "What
does thut mean?"
a groat deal more than many
wife gets—many a wife of our uoquuint
whom I've heard you openly pity in
my hoarlng. Now, answer mo frankly.
Might not that letter which you found und
rend hnvo Implied u flirtation, a passing
sentiment, rather titan the very lurid and
scandalous interpretation you put upon
iglit it not? Tlriuk for u
ment before you answer."
Agues tussod her head, decked In a tiny
bonnet of tangled pansies.
"Well, perhaps," site presently conced
ed, with distinct reluctance.
"Perhaps," ropoated Murion. "Nowthat
is at least au admission. It puts Frederick
in a more pardonable light. But it does
not excuse you from being most rashly in
discreet.''
"Oh," fumed Agnes, "I do so dotesfc
that kind of philosophy!"
cultivate
"It
that is
sounder. "
"We women, Marion! How would you
feel, pray, if your Trent"—
"Novur mind my Trent, dour. Lot us
talk generalities for a fow minutes.
There's hardly a household that hasn't its
Bliiobeard's ch:
"Except yours
ford"—•
"Generalities, please, Agnes, just for a
little while. There
pry, and there arc Fatimas who don't.
Tho latter have by far tho host time of it
—that is, whoa their Bluebeards treat
them fondly and courteously. Discretion
is a wonderful safeguard to conjugal c
tentmunt. The moral obligation with men
should bo us strung us it is witli women.
I freely grant you that. But sooloty docs
nut grant it, and in the lives of our grout
great-greut-grandchildren it will not prac
tically employ any such system of ethics
loss I miserably err. It is a system
talked about, written about, and, if nt
day it will be actively exploited,
that day everybody who now lives will lio,
as I firmly believe, in graves whose deep
est cut headstones have grown undecipher
able blurs. The new woman may dream
realize a few of them.
's world,
uu's world for many centuries it
bor. ' '
And
uf
you
s who do
Fati
her dreams and
But, after all, it is still a
and
must remain. Fatima will reap nothing
by Iter curiosity except unhappiness. So
many of thorn live and die in blissful ig
norance. And it is
they should. Mon
ard does not change his spots. Why not
let well ulone? A wife con tend and water
her jealousy und her suspicion precisely
two different specimens of forn
much better that
, and tho loop
if they
in a favorite jardiniere. Of course mnritnl
nogleet, ill treatment, rudeness, are all
uutre chose. But I have often taken a
thoughtful survey, Agnos, of my own
oial surroundings. They
very muoh
yours, my dear. Wo often
teas, dinnors, dances,
set—the smart
would call it—nud most of
married, like
selves. And I've repeatedly nsked myself,
much by wlmt they don't say
a vast amount
of family torment mny not bo uvoidod by
refraining
i ho
meet nt the
We know tlie
suppose
, I
friends
judging
as by what they do suy, if
the simple process of Fati
from all Interference with Bluebeard's key
sprang from her seat by tho
flro and looked tearfully, in potuously,
round tho tasteful sitting
friend. ^
"Oh, Marion," site cried, "you toll
talking generalities, but to
tho most piercing personalities!
lot only jealous
Hero Ag
of her
yon
they
And why? Bee
of Jilin—1'
se I'
jealous of you! F
your
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m
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Ask
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T- B CHAMBERS
Bazaar. Stuuton, Del., Dealer in nil class
of merchandise goods, bought, sold :r uu
changed Call aud we will do business
with you. Telephone, Stanton. Kxchungn.
wrens height* of perfeot married happi
ness, the wife of a mao who worships you,
all the world know*, who la a model of
every virtue under the auu, und who prob
ably never look* at a woinun without
thinking how far she falls below you, hi*
Ideal, it is easy enough to preach discre
tion and circumspection. You've the key
to ull your apartmonta. You're a Fatima
with a Uluobeard who doesn't know the
meaning of a looked door." Here Agnes
laugiiod in o sort of hysteric way and
oiuted to a near ohulr. "That's
Is overcoats, now." While speaking she
slipped across the room und lifted a
of dark broadcloth, holding it aloft.
"Why, yes," said Marion, raising her
quiet brows In surprise. ' Ho came back
this morning after leaving for down town
and ordered a thicker
cause of the changed wont her. Stray ue
must hnvo left it there. He's u good serv
ant enough, but he has his careless moods. "
Agues, with another odd laugh, thrust
her hand into
Ol
of Strayne be
of the pockets. "You'v
fear of finding anything, j
ingly liuppy Murion. You
Suddenly she paused. She had drawn
forth a liluo tinted envelope which had
been raggedly torn open at
"A woman's liund, Murion," she
claimed, "or I've never seen
the date of arrival four duys baok. It
smells of violets too. Well, really I"
"Agues!"
Marlon wont forward and took the note
from her friend's grusp with uncharacter
istic speed. She
grow paler as she scanned the superscrip
tion and then raised the envelope to her
nostrils.
She loved her husband Intensely nnd
knew thut he returned her love. Not the
slightest Inoldent of her life had she
kept concealed from him, and she had al
ways felt confident that
thero was a like absolution of confidence
and candor. It stabbed her to the soul as
she thought now that no forgetfulness
had prevented him from telling her of this
note. They led fashionable lives, but they
led them together. For ull that they might
sometimes pass hours apart, their oonstaut
intimacy and oomradery were beyond dis
pute.
For a few seoonds she stood perfectly
still, holding the letter. Then she went to.
tho overcoat which Agnos had just
placed upou the chair and slipped tho lot
ter book Into one of its side pockets.
a woman who had always been
common share of self
i i n i ; i i
of its sides.
! And
paio already, but she
Midi
his
She
held to possess
command. She justified this belief
"Bluebeard's chamber," sho said, with
a smile quite dim nnd
linger
a smile, but it
joyless. And then sho raised
and put it against her lips in a gesture
that not only symholed silence, but en
joined it.
Agnes watched her In astonishment
Sho knew that there
about hor friend; that what Marion seri
ously did und said
a sincerity nt daggers drawn witli sham.
"And yod'll nover oven ask him whom
It's from?" Agnes exoluimed.
"Never."
"But you suspect"—
"No matter what I suspect."
"And you'll nover let him know you
saw itwmd didn't open it?"
"Never."
"But this thing, Marion, will come be
tween you and him. It may rulu your
futuro happiness. ' '
"That can't be helped. If It's what I
think it Is" (hor placid voice broko a little
here), "then lotting him know would do
harm than good."
"But perhaps it's the morost trifle, after
all," said Agnes, site hersolf
ously turning consoler despito her
s, "some request for financial ndvice
woman
nover any poso
done and suid from
gener
loan of money from
whom wo both know."
"Perhaps," returned Marion musingly.
Aud then it passed through her mind:
"Ho would have told mo if It had been
that. He tolls mo everything—
'vo believed."
"All, good morning, Agnes," a voice
suddenly said in tho half open doorway.
"Having a gossipy powwow with my wife,
oh? You didn't expect to
this hour, did you? You thought I
too much of u poor, hurdworking Wall
street drudge, didn't you? And you were
quite right. Iam."
"Trent," faltered Marion.
Sho had instantly soen that her husband
u trifle paler than usual, and that
Inward agitation, which ho struggled
to hldo, controlled him. His eyes, wander
ing quickly yet covertly about tho
lit on tho overcoat.
"Ah," ho said, "It's here." And then
ho caught tho garment up and thrust c't
hand into one of its pockets. Meanwhile
so till
here sit
nd
ho was talking with speod nnd no
dressed his wife without looking at her.
"Tho fact is, Marion, I remembered
when half way down ti
that I'd loft
in tho elevated
important business letter
has just told
in this coat. Stray
thut ho forgot to take tho coat up stairs—
stupid fell
again to got it— Alt, here's the letter I
want!"
stairs
I hurried do
, If her friend did not
ot a liluo tinted cnvelopo as it
rept Into n breast pocket of tho
•ercoat which adorned the person of Mr.
Trent Kingsland.
And thou this gentleman, a little flushed
after his lute pallor, said a few words of
genial farcv.%11 to Agnes, made
buoyant waves of the hand toward his
Marion
the gle:

wifo and gracefully disappeared.
The two women looked at
auothcr
In silence.
"Murion," at length said Agnes In a
voice vibrant with foellng, "he canto hack
to get that letter. And he wus very
cernodfbout It, was he not?"
"Very."
Agnos hastened to her friend's side.
"Marlon, do yon mean that you'll
say a word to him ev
"No. I shall never say a word to him
now. "
Agnos looked steadily at the floor
in deep meditation. Then site caught
of Marion's hands in both her own.
"But you will suffer."
"Yob, I shall—suffer."
"And—givo—no—sign?"
"And give no sign."
Agnes stooped nnd kissed the hand she
bolding. After n slight interval sho
suid somewhat brokonly, "Marlon, I—I
don't think I'll tuke tho 3 o'clock train to
Boston after all. "—Eilgur Fawcett in Col
lier's Weekly.
If
Cool on the Gallows.
that ever mounted a
George Watson,
"Tito coolest
soaffold to bo hanged
who killed Captain Mentor about 25 years
ngo," said Detective Bill Bulmer. "Wat
s hanged on tho old commons back
of York street. Whon the cap was placed
his head, he didn't say anything. Tho
sprung and tho rope broko. Wat
hauled buck on the platform, and ,
just before ho swung off again ho said,
'Gentlemen, don't let that happen again. ' "
—Cincinnati Enquirer.
trap
A (ininl I'i cmm
it would makosomo
tl keep the
you
Just nt '.his ti
poor family happy
and comfortable f< .
ton of good coal. Tho placet
from H. T. Sergeant, Olllco
King streets. Yard, 109 Maryland avo
l them a
o order it is
th and King
Phone 545.
ul for open grates.
Coal for family
over and
Hickory
Largo IV
Coal all under c
40 lbs.
oopiue or oak kindling wood split ready
tl
electro plated gold
gents for |*J.05 by huy
11. T
got
V
watch. Ludlos
of coal fr
lug
Most or tbe eonsutuptivoa that come to
:e incurable. They linvff neglected
until loo lute, but still there
•e cured by Dr.8
wees that
come ou time
Wtilta i'ulnioirio Balaam and Negetabla
Fills. Depot, twill King street.
tho liret among pills for tin
aterlal etund lilgu
Sim
Indies, made of pure
in their
lies of Imllen, $1, ulso sent by
King street.
emlatlon for tlie Itiliitut
Dr. Simms' vegetable liver pills are very
sy to take, very easy and painless to
,o: perfectly cm able in liver coin
, kidney troubles, dyspepsia, lieud
pi alnt
ache, olc ; only pills to
White Fulmoulo Balsa
and anti dyspepsi
K!uk street.
rith
. blood purifier
powders. Depot. 006
Wo take Inventory of stock l>b 1st.
ill sell all brokco lines ol Umierwia
Wyatt & Co.,6U8Murko;
We
OQffl
TO STARVE OUT CUBANS
Weyler'8 New Modeof "Warfare"
Agaiust Insurgents.
A SPANISH WAR VE3SEL SUNK.
While Nailing to Fort Gi
* lloinb V
lie Kelam
V'liicli Ha<4 lieeu
pago Stri
Placet! lu the Canto llivt
Near Muugo
Lundlug.
Havana, .Tan. 19. — Captain General
Weylor has Issued a circular amplify lug
article 2 of hi* edict of Jan 1. It says that
tho .Spanish authorities oust not permit
groceries, dry goods
a town unless the remittors of each lo
cality guarantee the loyalty and standing
of the purchasers ami vouch for theii
actual need of the goods. The military
authorities are required to sign each In
voice in duplicate, and one of them will
s a guide for the .Spanish author
ities uutil the consignment arrives at its
destination. This step has been taken to
•till further do away with the possibility
of the iusurgeuts being able to purchase
supplies in the towns, and there is no deny
ing that the work of starving the insur
gents into subjection Is being pushed with
vigor and success than the work of
subduing them by force of arms.
The iiiHurgwnts have attacked Santiago
de las Vegas, this province, from several
points. Their fire wus arrested by the
Spauish garrison in the trenches, and a
government force under Captain Kchen
ique attacked the enemy outside the town,
with the result that the insurgents re
treated.
Senior Maooiras, editor of La Patria, of
Santa Clara, has been imprisoned by or
der of the governor of that province. He
is charged with circulating false charges
agaiust the authorities. The publication
of La Patria has been stopped.
It is reported that Gomez has sent a spe
cial messenger to General Ruiz Rivera,
the Insurgent leader In the province of
Pinar del Rio, urging him at all hazards
to create a diversion in that part of the
island, so as to prevent the captain gen
eral from sending an overwhelming force
against the insurgent army which is ad
vancing from tho eastern part of Santa
Clara toward Matanzas, with the inten
tion, it is said, of pushing on
possible to the capital.
The guuboats Centinelu and Relarapago
left Manzillo on the night of Jan. 18, with
the object of going up the river Canto to
Fort Guamo, in compliance with the or
ders of Generul Borch. At 10 o'clock in
the morning of Jan. 17 both gunboats
Mango landing when an explo
sion of a torpedo, which had l)een well
placed In the river, sunk the Relampago.
Those of the
ward shore, but
banks. At the critical moment a boat
was launched from the Centinela, which
rescuod the men in the water. Tho expe
dition had to return to Manzillo. Six of
tho Iiolumpago's officers and
killed outright, and all of tho rest received
loss severity. On the
Centinela tho commander, Sonor Puerta,
was seriously wounded, while of the
,-as killed and nine wounded.
to leave
Uci
who survived swain to
fired on from the
funds of
CUBANS DO NOT LACK FUNDS.
The Spanish Efforts to Impoverish Th
Are Unavailing.
New York, Jan. 19.—Tho Cuban junta
has something like $40,000 tied up in de
posits with tho United States government,
made in lieu of real estate security for
Disappearance of several members of t he
revolutionary party who tiro charged with
violation of tho neutrality laws. Cash
ball was given because real estate owners
were unwilling to assume the risk of be
coming surety for n filibuster who might
be culled out of tho country just at the
time set for trial. Knowing this, the
Spanish government has sought t(
barrass tho junta by causing arrests to bo
made
charges, so that it would be
devote to ball purposes tho capital might
bo advantageously used iu tho purchase of
arms and ammunition.
Tho resources of the Cubans, how
greater than the Spaniards imagine.
Said a Cuban leader:
"Instead of being crippled financially by
those arrests, tho Cubans c
ns fast as they come. Contributions hnvo
boon coining in more liberally since the
death of Maceo than before from all over
the United States. A generous donation
caiuo recently from Paris. We are in the
position of solvont merchants, while Spain
Is a bankrupt.''
old and almost forgotte
I i
tho
Gonfosaed tlie Cahalm Bridge Horror.
Palatka, a
Hungarian tramp, cross eyed, a fiend lu
expression nnd revolting iu countenance,
has confessed to having perpetrated the
great Cnhaba bridge disaster, which oc
■d three weeks ago.in Alubumn. He
admits that siuglo handed ho sent thirty
horrible death and
. Pa
Atlanta, .Tan. 19.—
five persons to
wounded and maimed
latka whs arrested iu Eatonton, Putn:
county, iu middle Georgia. His first cap
tors believed hi in half witted. Those iu
chnrgo of hi
ho Is entirely without human feelings. He
spoko of tho fearful wreck with no sign of
emotiou.
hi*
y to' Alabama say
Merchant
Brockton, Mass., Jan. 19.—Tho stook of
lumber held by H. S. Richmond & Co . was
attached yostorduy in the interest of the
Kellor Lumber company, of Boston. Rich
mond was subsequently arraigned in the
police court on a specific charge of forg
ing notes to the value of $4,800. Richmond,
furnish bail, wus taken to
engaged to bo married to a
-Mayor Whipple, and the
s to have taken pluce next
being unable
jail. He
daughter of
wodtliug
mouth.
Fairbanks Fleeted Senator.
Indianapolis, Jan. 19. — Charles W.
elected United States sena
today. The senate nnd house
Fairbanks
tor at
voted separately, and tomorrow will meet
in joint session to canvass tho vote and
proclaim, formally, the election of the
senator. The Democratic senators
und representatives nominated Daniel W.
Voorhoes in caucus last night, nnd cast
their votes for him today. Tho six Pop
Jists voted for Leroy Templeton,of India
upolis. _
College ProfenHor Dlagraced.
Boston, Jau. 19.—Carl B. Christenson,
formerly a professor at Waterloo college,
Waterloo City, In., was sentenced yester
day to servo throe mouths in the house of
correction for stealing hooks from the
Boston publlo library. Christenson wr
arrested here Sunday, and in his apart
ments were found not ouly twenty-eight
books from tho Boston library, but also
a large number bearing the stamp uf th*
public library of Hartford, Conn.
ROSS',
No- 210 Market street,
11K A1 )QU A UTE RS FO! t
BARGAINS
WINTER UNDERWEAR,
Plush Caps and
WORKING GLOVES.
Largest Assoilmanf.
Lowes! Prices
s for tho
The best val
oy
■r otT'jnvl.
Headquarters for Knit Jackets,
Sweaters, Skating Caps, etc.
ROSS',
210 MARKET STREET.
Domestic Sewing Much!no.
Agent fo
d
uhdiM'n
G'PUtnl ITt p
JvlS-t
ra or
HAWK IN
Mi
Ann (If) CASH AND GIVEN FREE
QOi^UUiUU PRIZES each month
FOB » S
As follows:
4 First Prizes, each of $100 Cash - - - $ 400.00
20 Second.$100spiEi c *T.OIejoles-2,000.00
40 Third " " " $ 2b Gold Watenes • 1,000.00
Cash and Prizes given snob month - - $3,400 CJ
Total given during l2mos. 1897, $40 ,800.0 0 MAPPERS
SOAP
RULES. , .
inn* 1»97 in each of ths4di$»ric
how to obtajn t TH«m. ht
( Olivet. Cut
, Every month rt
cs will bo aear ii'
i
SUAr wrappers us me?' cun t o
oft the ton port inn of each
SOAP." Tin-.. <«lT«d n C.n
New York, marked on outside
VVrnnper (Joph ft hand turner) with NUMBER
of Hie DlMTIflCT Competitor lives in.
ipetitor who asadsln the
lumber of coupon* from
i he or abaraaidaa
Tile 1 C
Semo tmi
!
N
E
fr !<>(>< unit.
jSt
Isy "
lier* of COU
tu which the?
men'* Pierce
in fr
■ In will
TEW I
rz
udl*
Next Lara
Number
will Eaoli
isn'.Gold'
18s
NANIE_OF DI STRICT.
cw York C ity, Brooklyn. L^«
nB dmM.cn falnffd s, New J ersey .
New York Slate (outtid* of N. Y. City,
Brooklyn.
Di.iricl
Bay of
I.
ill Clone
Tho Compel
£rsMSatviK»i«uto. ...
ASEgESSL ..
4. A printed h*tcffwinn*r* In Competitor'*dUlrict
frill ha forw*rd*d to Competitor* in about 81 8*7# »H*r
ch com petit ion clow*.
N
1
<U)
" Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ij
8 land, WeNt Yiralulu and
Irlrt of Columbia._
barred fro
lnry
bfi
the New FnalanU States.
ecelabr
Lever Brother*. Ltd., wil
umlnntAodthat ell win
•ward of Lerer Brotbe
LLVLR BROS.. Ltd.* New York.
A
•The Bicjoie
ScWllul
L Fitted with Hartford
and jud#
I
I- '• l'-r 7 .
'
LtL^Mttni
i
New
Tire*, First Ola*» Nickle
Bell, Standard Cyclometer,
ceptth
a
Hfi
>K\T
C,
1.V
f
t>
J. JEROME
FOURTH AND
AMERICAN CLUB.
Bicycle sundries, door checks
and springs, ice creepers, star
safety razors and strops,scissors
pocket knives, table cutlery, Pren
tiss Vises. Sole agents for the
Cleveland Twist Drills,
DUNCAN BROS,,
214 Market Street:
Miss Bigger's Select School.
Eighth and Jackson Streets,
. 30. Ratos from |6 to |1S
German.
Begins N<
No extra chargo for Latin
RACHEL S. BIGGER,
917 W. 8th Street, Wilmington. Del.
j3i.tr
|
NEW COAL YARD.
All of tho Best Grades of
Coal constantly on hand.
All Coal carefully screened
and orders promptly delivered.
RHOADS & HEALY,
Fourteentli and Scott Sts.
FOR SALE
A GooJ Siabie Procarly
i. This Is wr
On Frenoli street nt
located ' J
;e for anyo
GEO. li TOWNSEND & CO
804 Market St.
J7-t tSt.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
S. E. Cor. 91 h and Kirkwood, store, dwell
ing und stable. Well located for business
ill sell or trudo for smaller d
line Electric Railwuy Company. Apply
m
DANIEL W. TAYLOR,
ItOOM 400 EQUITABLE BUILDINS.
Ninth and Market Street*
For Steamship Tickets By
American Lino, Red Star Lino, Canard
Line, White Star Line, Savannah Line
and Mallory Line to all points abroad. Ap
ply to
H. L. EVANS & CO.,
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS
THE LEADING
QUICK LUNCH PARLORS
###
4)
>
HOLTS
No, 3 tAST 4TH ST.
nw. Open nil night
READY FOR BUSINESS
McLaughlin, Front aud Shipley streets,
invites tl»o utteuth
his friends to tho splendid li
•n shollers and best
timothy liny, straw, hr
food of all kinds.
John F. McLaughlin.
»f the farmers And
of feed cut
grades baled
and
. oats, fl<
All at bott
pri
L. J. BROMAN
1005 Market Street.
•ltd
r. Spe
id niortgn
Heal Estate
i<> nud f '<
,1
lntf.
tlie
East
320
A p
IIKCIH'
:
I, torfu nujt >li»
Kzir.il iri$iu). »L
JOHN VLSM.J.l
pK# LOA
I hot
1*
If.
f ■
id
MRS. MOORE
1
■ »
f.L
by
LIGHT BREAD
is tho deBire of all bakers, and in ordor to
important
have this, the first and
requisite is to have good flour. It is most
pleasing
well risen
would think it would continue
ily kind
i Ceres Best Spring
that
rise, and that is the
you will have ifyou
Wheat Patent Flour.
We beg leave to call the attention of the
public to this fine Sprlug Wheat Flour,
which
sell at a
iu a position
reasonable price tbau other brands,
time recommend It as a
and at tho
sweet, white aud beautifully rising flour.
If you want insurance agfriust hcavy.durk
bread, try some of tho Geres and you will
for
certainly
Other choice flours always
iuodcrute prices.
band at
SMITH.
SHIPLEY STREETS.
Masquerade Costumers
zyrilE leading n
bOSTUMERO
EliPIIIA.
OK I'llIIiA
WAAS & SON,
825 RACE STREET.
Theatrical and Mi
hire
Drnmatl
1
Masque UuID.
application.
Cutui
i'2l eod Ht
i
Flour Feed and Grain,
AT
WILLIAM KIRKLtY & SON'S
NEW STORE
No-. 513 Shipley Street
Prices Lowest.
New Goods.
<128-1
DR. J. R. MAHAFFY
VETERINARIAN.
I Pei
704 West Fifth Street amt 914
West Eighth St. Phone 581.
ij 1-0™
DR. H, P. - EVES
Veterinary Surgeon,
50/ WEST NlilTH STREET
Graduaiool Culverslty of Pan nay U
Telephone 243
Use Millet's Steam anJ Heater
Pipe Coverinj,
To
ItOllHU
pipe c
y<
Coalsavod,
I'nates irlvot
30 per cent I
and a warm bouse E
Atldre
ad Bolls
66 1»7 3m
jo-. OlllcoSIi 3
Del.
iiilnui
»IU V ATE 8
A. -
A T ,v
clson, 3 farms In New
Castle county, nil very desirable
bi
tl; buudrei.
a, Mill Cm
DO
No. 1—A
lilies from 81
No. a—About 100
No. 3—A
:u No. U
1
100 acres.
Wilmington, adjoi
ir li. o. il
dairy. Apply
fi
It. w
undeiBlgncd.
John uioil
Joskpii P. Richards
:» T). Wahnbh
EXECUTORS
A i.f
DRAFTS ON
Ireland, England, Scotland and other Eu
ropean points.
; office money orders issued
the Continent.
Foreign P
any Post office
GIBBONS & MOORE,
Fifth nnd Shipley Sts.
vingsbauk Building, eodlm
Central S
DR. GOSLINi
Dentisi:,
Shipley Street. Corner Eight.
1
. T
Teeth 59 Bud lio a
41 and C.
|>alu £> and 50
nnd r
>1
KMvear-stt* wi
roealn
LEGAL PAPtHS
all
■(loeumi
kinds. 6
lceda.
mlc
t po. vis*
.1. Our cr
Title
fut
HAWKINS Sc
712 Market Street.
:o.
BECKETT'S.
Gantl 8 WEST SIXTH STRtET
Quick Lunch, Oyster ant Chop
House.
: M.l.t
Tho
48
:CK8 IN MOL'US.
Ills IN 3 DATS
FOR !
! ME )sfr.re rUi<S
43
li.DING BltlLK
JD .pmt
'1 TF.N 11UN-1
. nr.l chetnu
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ii. it. ifti:
to dnustoi
i: Market at
tf"
ion Del.
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r. ii.. box .'81, .
I*
di-t
» INUSUAL
Mod
rw*-tf
X ECU TORS SAT.F,
E
t: i
or
KEAL ESTATE
order of Orphun* Court of
■d for New Caff
Bv virtue of
i h<.-State of Delaware,In
tie county, made the 7th day of January,
A . D., 1897, Will be exposed to sale ut pub*
1
hie,
1. •
ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2utH,
A 1). Ib'.i7. at 10 o'clock a in., at theCouu* %
ty Court House,lu tho city of Wilmington
the following desorloed real estate, late ox
sines Harding, deceased, to wit;
No 1 814 French street 8 Btory brick.
No, *>, 818 French street, 8-story brick.
French stroot above Ninth
-y brick house and lot of
d street and Pyle's Lane,
etery. An undl*
No. 8 Lots
No. 4, 2
ground, So
adjoining Mt. Zion c
vidi-d one-third right.
No. 5. Lot 80x30 feet, GUdId avenue and
•t. An uudividod 1-3 right.
No. 8 Stable »11 Walnut street. Poatle*
& Clark, tenant. Au undivided 1-3 rigllfc
of 814 French
Lincol
No. 7. Small house in
street. An undivided 1 J right.
and place will be sola
tho undivided two third* rights of Thanflt
Harding aud John \V. Harding. $
Aud It is ordered by tho court that th*
said executor make return of his procesdj-,.r'
iugs iu the execution of this order at on ad
journed term of the Orphan's Court for
New Castle county, to be held at Wllmina* ^
ton, on Saturday, January 30th, 1897.
Attendance will bo sriven and term*
made known by Kdmuud B. F
by W. T. Lynara. Esq., his at*
At the
, Ex*
ecutor
toruey.
Attest: Colen Fergus
j 18-15-Id-19 L. W. .Stidham & Sun, Auo.
clerk O. C.
jpOBLIC SALE.
Will be sold at public sale
Wednesday, January 20,
roof, tbe furniture ana,
watchmaking aud jewelry
No. 311 Market
fix tu
ic ol the
DAVID p. .VM yr
•how cases.
including 6
4 large wall show ca
liters.
n 3 division*,
1 lar
l Uro proof safe.
1 regulator
1 tower olook
li
um.
or? stale.
out; test lc
e, tools. d?sk, on airs, stas
Work-beech.
sad place,
Also
1 2-sea' extension top pha
l I*
S lap robes,
single luirac**,
i
1 sleigh
Also
stall In Gilpin Avenue Club BtabJaa
Ko tilt able Uuarsntee k Trust Co.
I'endete Llia Administrator
in
P UBLIC BALE-Wll I bo sold at public Ml*
at the ktubles of tbe undersigned, 9. E.
cor. of Eleventh and West streets, Wll*
mington, Del.,
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 20,1897,
at 1.80 o'clock p. m.,
12 head of home raised horses and j?v__
tho estate of^yj
colts, belonging
James Morrow, deceased, including
ud workers. Also several
high bred speedy pacers .and trotters from
3 minutes to 2.30 also several ctirriagaa,
s aud boots, fcsulu positive. Term#
ul fine drlv
bai
C, N h ' H.-Stock will bo at tlio stable? for
Inspection,
Monday before sale. Thla
buy a horse at your own
Phone 813. WM. B. AUSTIN,
j!8 2t
is tv ch;
price.
L W. Stidham & Son, Aucs.
OTIUK—I,Philip G Plunkett,
and occupant of the bouse situated as
id *09 W Front street, in the First
. , .1 the city of W
the county of New Castle and Btata
In conapllanoo with th«
or the acts or tho General As
madu ami provided, do
that I ahull apply
Judges or tho Court of Gotl
and Jail Delivery
, in and Tor New
Monday, the 1st day of
being the
N
NjS.
or Delaware,
reunite
bly
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of De
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February,
I
for
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intoxlcatl
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qimutltlej
be drunk o
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Joseph Murphy
koasltor
O'Neill
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mdor Reggs
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PHIL
O. J. HESSION,
lehigli r. n J Shamokii* Coa',
Wood, Flour, Feari, Ets
Pillsbury's licit
♦Vasliburn, Crosby & Co.'n
Gold Medal KIou*]
CI.I P1'K1> OATS A SI'ECl ALTY,
anJy.trJ,
Olltc
S<ra»! f
8i7 Wost Froi
Dillon
^ No. 114 Marylard Avenuo
Tenth and Shipley Streets
•.blocks from Illic
(itutnl Opcr
lit
THF, ONLY FIRST-CLASS
SALOON
IN THE CITY.
A FINE LUNCH AFTER THE SHOW.
Fine Wines, Liquors,
and Cigars.
Also ibe Largest Glass of Bee*
iu the city.
JAMES A- KELLY
HAWKINS & CO..
712 MARKET STREET,
ACT AS AGENTS
li nud Sniff
lent. Bei
In the Mu
IF REAL ESTATE.
vo several first class applicants
it largo sized
deru rosi
:es in a select
Willing to pay a fair
desiring to
deuces
neighborhood.
dao
s-te
al if satisfactory.
SEN AUBEN
HAVANA SEGAR
SOLD AT 5c.
Big D Smoking,
3oz. Package 5c.
Eurstsin Manufacturer,
N'o. 5 Hast 2ii,l Street.
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE
i bargain, 801 West Second -
• brick dwelling, with
rear. Fronting on Pleasaul
Will sell
stable
street.
DANIEL W. TAYLOR.
and Mart
best hat
Otn 400 Oil'.:
and
buy a !
FREE LIST I'Jr -Vu 1 ,'
of
propei i lea
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