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BICYCLE AND r
r. Hathaway of New York Has Strong
Language For Both.
WCYCLE A ROBBER OF VIRTUE
MMITJm Road House Destructive to the
floral* of all That is Pure und Holy
, _ lie Says—Union Will Draft
Yesterday afternoon's session of the
Delaware Christian Endeavor Union was
opened by a prayor service. The attend
OOOe was much larger than that
Morning service Tho first uddreso
toe program was one by Hov. Frank
Holland on tho subject "Loyalty to our
AMoCurdyot Central P rushy
ohurob addressed thu audience
bjeoi "Lives of Purposes.'' Dr. Mo
emphasized tho thought of uscfull
AMS toward God aud toward
U mutiplying itself In u million
The fulfillment of the Christian
plodgo is a realization of
in the society. Tho duel or In
rgeda purposeful usefulness
Krdman, D. 1)., of German
"Why Wo Study the
f" Ho regarded the HI bio
of Books,ooubluing both knowledge
and wisdom. It is ulso tho j
Books, themlrucle of Books,
lion Is not ouly miraculous lint its begin
ning. It makes the claim that nut a
of It would have appeared liab
le himself km
of the four t;rea r > buj orouturnl
purpose Is ono in prln
detail. Tho life of our
Rev. W. J.
It's preset- v.i
.. It Is
for tbe Old Testament unless you bring
Bod in from the start, Tho Book is 11 rst
Alvluu then human. As regards the obser
vation of n day of rest as taught by it, Dr.
JErdiuan held (hat If either thu seventh
Ant day was kept It made no difference.
He urged bis henrere to study the book
taperuatual tietegi. Many people ha
Used tbe human method which
for the great dlvereity of opiuimi whloh ox
to-day over the study of the Book. The
Beaker quoted several examples of study
Solo thoauitural standpoint.
. Ho saUl we study the Bible first, for
knOwledgo ; for the life of God's children;
fornervlces and for worship,
ttmtod by honing that the m
a It would bo In
tengregation sang "Hndo;
S Soug," there
ntment. Rev. E
i on the prograu
••Loyalty to tho Lord's Day," but Dr.
Tinker wus unable to be prevent aud tho
'.dlscuHsod ably by Hov. F. S.
d after the
a partial dlsap
Tinker, L. L D.,
wforil of Ridley Fork, who first asked,
t is tho Lord's Day?
He doscrlbcd It
bj the way of life. "If you want
ibe great mass of humanity into
just annihilate the day.
who touches its power is a trait
soul and all souls. God's
's highest privilege. Without
have God's wisilo
ih by the way. It is a jewel
ioMst of days. Lot it bu our deepest s
Bow to get greater treasure and greater
jmsetnoss out. of it. Keep it sacred. Thank
Bod for the Sabbath Day.
What would tho eart h <
a great honey comb
Mia in., "Mi.
(Or, not only to timo and
^pcn iy to his
life be without
Ilf Loyalty to God's day is absolutely
necessary to good government., social ad
vancement aud tho spiritual life. Tho
suan who is disloyal to It Is disloyal
<4til advauccnient, to all that is great and
clvllzatlon. It is not a day*
of the church. And to limn
oet music In the midst
. I say the Lord's day fs
3YCLE AND FAl'EUS DENOUNCED.
Rev. 1. W. Hathaway, I). D., Ge
■Vtftry of tho Amerlcun Sabbath Union,
present, and although not on iho pro
It is to loose t he
ol days. L et tho day
the sweetness of Heaven by t he
Bylug with a speech on Hie progress of
the Christian Endeavor work and tbo
Sabbath day, which ho bald was fast be
ing a holiday, ho feared Hu hold that
the Huuday newspaper and tho Sunday bi
Ofclo destroying the character of Mm young
yeopleof tho land.
They aro emptying tha church pows. ho
ottd, and drying up the fountains of
fcencvoleuco. Ho saw the
the bicycle, however, but its
•based. With that abuse had
. he said. Thovimd trouso
isdostruettvo to thu morals of young
and women uud everything that is pure
•nd holy. "I am not extreme as you may
think iu this matter," said tho doctor. "I
have gtveu tbo subject great thought, but
I can't express it all upon till.- occasion.
At this point Dr Hathaway exhibited a
• York Sunday paper, conoid
tie of which was devoted to plot
't imagine how t hat can in forest a man'
Is enough to make u» imbo
. By it the church is forgot,
. I'.l: •
'US called upon, re
die of a
tan and loft. They aro
morality of tho country. I sue by tli is puj
Ihv Sabbath day and wero joined by bicy
clers who would girdle the globe throe
that r. wheel club wo
•Bd a hulf times.
I say the Sabbath is fast becoming a
holiday and If the day is lost It will bo be
cause the church D Indifferent. Let
up and set our faces like Hint against
the evil. Eudcavorers, never ride your
tho Sahbutli day or read tho .Sun
4i*y paper, (cheers and cries of
ed i he speaker.)
Dr. Hathaway spoke of
'phieh lie is the publisher, condemning
i referred to und urged
tr net., of
in the St!
Cor L nml distribute tb
A Missionary work
of much good.
mid be product!
of a resolution
probability present the su
suggested tho drafting
ing tbo (Sunday
r and exe
The feature of tbo
of the Philadelphia Christb
Union. Mr. Lairduttond
ry the famous illustrutud 1
•Tenth Legion,'' delivered by Pn
Wells. Mr. Laird
lions of bl.s hear
Hayes Laird, corre.-pundiug ■
that one inn h of
to tin) church,
Use thu cburch
pastor hud to
hod for it. il.
0 paid, Sunday schools
custaiued, missions supported, and
much tlm 1
elite of the church kept go
s allowed bow
mill buy if
tb would get,
The closing add;
Roy. Goorgo B. Sic
burg, Pa. iiis
u.a delivered by tbo
, 1) J)., of Hi
tbo .Spiritual Life "
ing last night, tb
tho o' b
bu. It was inform
oBYTT.llI A N
After tbo regular
teruoon a I'rosliyr.orii
tbo Sunday-cheul room. A
delivered by iilsd May Wb
Til 18 MOUSING b SE8
Th's is 1 be last
dear or Union's ('
lay of tho Chrhtinn En
largo ns tliHt of yesterday.
The morning's motto
11 of tbo in
,0.»9 o'clock. It
leadership of* Rev.
s H. V
I\ F. Brl f
Becd of Newark
.'tees, which c<
up. Next year's pledges
the following replies being
l M. P.
,'entral, 'fi ,
\ *2; Di
M. P. Dover M. K., fl; Dover P
terin.i, tl); Karinlngton, Hi; Harrington,
Jackson llall, Md , 41 6U; Lowes Pres
l»ytertun. *2; Lelpslr. M IV. 81; Middle
Presbyieviun, J2, Newark Presby
terian, fit; Newark M. 1] , Rod Cliiy
8t . Ueurg
the forty <diu
Will do »" lutu
•r M. K. Jun
*u pludgCM bi
ary Burns ;
T'd t lint, but .111
of the4u pti'.gus of I
nud nopdil 1 fiat n
yeui 48.59 is f
This whs ,
Dover, M E
•r M i '.
iLo subject far a Uioiubio dls
tmulon, th* junio r — *M U e MH mg
been wked to contfiboln to mpomn
of the Union. Dr. Murray wot particular
ly pleated at the ottering*.
«IW OFf IGKBS.
The oommlttee on oomtnatloni eobmlt
report. recommoudlng the election
following officers, which report wat
Pru.ldent—Her. W. I* E Uurraj, WU
Vice President*—Rev. Frank Holland,
M. P., Wllmington;Hurvoy W. Kwtug.M.
K., Wilmington; Hov. W. C. Hogg, Pres
byterian, Bridge ville; Hov. Thomas J.
Mason. Reformed Episcopal, Wilmington;
C. A. CHue, llupi 1st, Wilmington.
Secretary J. H. Hums, Wilmington;
Treasurer S. J. Horn.
Directors. Hov F. H. Moore, D. I)., Mid
; Harry J. Guthrie, Wilmington ;
G. M. Stevenson, Smyrna.
,-r Society of this city rccaived a
diploma for having contributed the largest
proportionate amount ucoorrlng to
borshlp. f-2 14 a member. This society had
received uslmllur diploma in (he previous
Craw food accepted . .
doina In behalf of the society,
mpo i hat tho society would carry off
both prizes next year aud rulso the
tributlon logon member.
The Uccau View souiety received the
third diploma for tho largest proportion
ate increase in native membership
The now officers will be presented to tho
cutlou to night.
Tho offices of sccrolury and treasurer
wero formerly combined in one person,
Mr. Burns lining both positions. Ho
servos us secretary for the fourth
The presentation of diplomas was uoit in
Asbury M. 1C. Society was awarded tho
first diploma for having contributed tho
largest amouut iu tho yoar for mission
147.&0. Miss Wright accepted tho diploma
iu behalf of the society.
The registrai ion cuminittco reported 101
delegates from uul of the city.
Mrs. L. E. Brown of tho Girl's Indus
trial School scut a letter thanking the del
egates for dollcaciosfrcoelved yesterday.
Mrs. Brown invited the eudeovorers to the
school, which iuvliatiou was accepted.
Tho committee on resolutions presented
tho following report, which wus uunnl
"Wo, tho Christian Eudcavorers of Dela
te convention assembled, grateful to
Ills blessing (o
the fact that Ho has used
nionof Uis church and tho ingathering of
Dispeople, ami looking hopefully to the
and warfare of the coming year,
Hosolve, "Trusting in tho Lord Jesus
Christ for strength that wo will emibavor
to make the coming year the'
(-.cssful in tho history of Christian Eudeav
"Wo heartily concur lit the suggestion of
joretary, Bru. Burns, that some of
.qiondiug secretaries bu requested
in tho past; rejoicing iu
"That wo commend to all
cacli homo liavu its
extend thu circulation of tii
coining of Ch
P. 8. C. K. of Delaware pledge ourselv
'age a ceaseless
,'ould return thanks
the kuIoou is
•eh enemy of
denting foe of the church
of thu greatest barrio
's Kingdom, 1
, tbo Y.
c have attallied
ate Courouiion. and woproniiso
'ouuous offorts iu out
tho press and f
thoso laws enfo
d prepare tho
"Believing that tho Lord's Day is ono of
tbo Divine jiisliluii
to tlie und of tho world, tin
s to bo lii'iit sacred
:o tho lit .-ill li
if lint li
ing thu desecration of which cut*
oils depend, and
ciety and to do
• various localities.
' That w
all who lit
"To tbo good people of Wi
ray contributed to
Ing ton who
rilh such bospiiality.
bo Societies of tho Wliming!
Union which 1
"To tbo j
pains in pro
1 civil nutborttlHS for
officers for tholr clfiuHlvo
To the press of tbo Stn'o fur ib
of t lmir col
d tlic full ro
which they have giv.
speakers who h
with such helpful disc
jthcr with tbo
EMiott, and tho loader. Mr.
"To tho eholv,
"Aud last to tbe sc
fur bis uttenti
if this cb
during tho session."
jxpiesseil its apprudit
tlon of tbe kludno
;in uf act
Itev. J. K. Mllllg
gates of tho seaside Endeavor
fi:minded I he dole
ill bo lici t i
1 take along tbo end
. A. M Vlven of 1
on tho program to addr
1-alule I',!., iv
i ' Cliristain Knde
c Force ' but Mr. Vi
villi for tbo
: tbe In
during tlie y
i.ijority of Er
"• being co
uj'fid by tin
ed at tbo
but 1 Mossrs.
'only and llugbosw
This afternoon's progru
Rev. A. W. Spo
1) D.. Presiding.
Report of Super)
Rov.C. L. Jotfe
dent of Jr. Don't.
R C. Hall. Milford.
oror Cun S
luprly uf Golden Rub .
T. Ellis, Phlla .for
s, "'i hoL'b
A. W. Spun
Dept., Now J
d the Ch'.-rch,"
1). I). Silpt
g by .1
0 J'iilks by Juniors,
thoJuuior Society has d.
1 Geo. D.Kolley.Jr., Middletown.
MisTikos we .limit
Mnstor John M. Carpenter, Wilming
(d) "Bible Juub
and What They Touch
Miss Edith Fulton, Do
(•2) "What Juniors cun do for TheirCou
Miss Eliza Short, Milford.
Exercises by Wilmington Junior Christian
arks by Dr. Spo
Ways of Working
. T. Ellis, Phi In
i and its Work,
Miss A. I! Ellison,'.Middlot
<r Mi'ctlng ('
tl tho pray.
■Miss Hull., J. (',
;r, "Tho Baptist
. Guo. II. Trull.
.n of N
K«v. I) M Steam
s, D D ,Germantown, Pa.
'land Hoyt,D. D., Phlla.
-y Dr. Way I aud Hoyt.
pnr '?>'«, at Bo
ci veil this
1 pistol si
" l 1
through tho Uv.-diy par
I ll.<- band.
dot! hoy w;
. 11 H 1
• ll -il iiid
Will I ndorse Lj
'J ho j
v York, Out
fOptical Co i
, 1905 Market stio,
If completeness of assortment, Immensity of
stock, absolute guarantee of quality and novelty and
exclusiveness in cut and cloth coupled with our offer
of giving credit if desired,suggest to you any unusual
advantage in making your selection our stock of
Clothing for Hen, Boys and Children, and Coats and
Wraps for Ladies and Misses will warrant at least
an inspection before making your purchase.
Edw. H. Brennan
22i flarket Street,
218 and 220 Shipley street.
Solid Cola Spectacles a. . , «-u. •
0 Steel Spectacles 50c. 5 e.sewlitiro .-pi.e.
WALTER H. PODESTA,
EYE SPECIALISTq^,' 1 ;
IS IN WILMINGTON, EVERY FRIDAY
in thp Office. 606 MARKET SI
c lit- Jins n-ceivtd fium
..all cm him and i-ceivc FRPE theadv v hi-knowlmi
him in giving 4RSMEMSLR. NO CHARGE for e:.:iaii:iing .-o.tr
W. H. I'ODESTA & CO., Optical Specialists, 113 N. Niutii
' '• .1
BOSTON 0Nt-P3ICE CLCiiilNG ilOUSE.
Men, Youths and Boys.
213 riarket Street, 221= 5hi;Mey Street.
it c. u.
J. H. rmier & Sons, wbolesnlo
il milk (balers. S K C ,r. Sev
. Phono Ml.
i < G orge Drake 4111.HO
of tbo lute David P.
50c. to Balttmc
c anti Return via Pcnnsyl
vnnln Railroad, Next Sunday, October 31.
fur superior servieif; bin
1. r H
al.-11 good o
2.9j j. in.
lh-3 clli ;
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T. IL Poll
i .0 fit
Addros* ilo i
Fighting For tftll n l
od In thu United Slates
a cate Involving the dl
MiL, and In the States of
Delaware and Iowa. John
Cecil County In I860, leaving a will, by
whloh ho bequeathed to hit ton, John Oil*
estate In Cecil County
of bis real estate. If the son
should die without direct descendants
thon his port Ion was to go to his brother,
Thorax*. who got a half, and his deaoend
uuts. Thomas Gilpin died in 1878, leaving
a widow and G. Mantleth Gilpin, a son,
who brings this suit Montleth Gllplu
bought out tho dower ot his mother in the
estate. John Gllplu, 2d, diod in 1881, loav*
Ing a widow and two children—Oliver W.
Gilpin aiul Adelo, a minor. Mrs. Gilpin
is said to be iusauo. The suit Is for the
purpose of dividing the property uutoug
CROSBY & HILL
On Saturday Morning,
At 8 o'clock, We Offar;
1938 yards 43 inch Uu
bleaclied Muslin, 10 cent goods
for Cc a yard.
About cue- quarter oi the lot
left of those Sutines and Prints
from Wednesday's sale, Cc ft
yard—what u rush we had ou
You will find ou Saturday
morning at our handkerchief
counter 100 dozen beautiful
New goods just opened,3c each
33c a dozen, 17c j dozen.
Also 50 dozen pure linen
hemstitched Handkerchiefs at
5c each, and beautiful fine
Swiss Embroidered Handker
chiefs at 10 and 12Jc.
Often have we given im
mense bargains in Muslius,
Prints, Hosiery, etc., but what
we shall offer on Saturday
knocks them ail into tbe shade.'
nt prices far below anything
that can be had iu the mark el
Want Dress Trimmings?
Wo know you do! To p;et tiie
rioht ki d and ri,<lit jiricds for
Braids and Trimmings go to
our trimming counter, jfou
can always buy Trimmings
from us about 25 per cent,
lower than other dealers care
to Bell them at.
A aood Jilueit Astiakhan Jac
l.et, Ily Ir.mt, half silk lined,
A lierfvv lJIauk Astrakhan
Jacket, fiv front, naif Bilk lined
. lit'iiutifui garment, at $4.!)K
fly front, velvet collar, at ¥5.
'I'licse goods are all libiv,
made t our order, and quite
mi-to-dato—match them if y.,u
New Jackets and Capes being
received daily Splendid gar
ments at StO.OS, ^7.1)8, $8.50,
S'.I.OH, ^li).>)8, §ll.!»8 and
>13.50. It will [iay you to
lo ik ul our Coats.
W: Guaian'ec Lowast Prices.
Wo aro Allowing a superb
B ack V -Iveteen
22 inches wide, almost as pood
as s 8ilk Velvet, at 5!)c a yard
—it, ia elegant.
In Black and Colored Dresa
Guods nml Shawls, Hosiery,
Gloves and Undenvear.
at lowest prices and
trading stamps with every pur
chase ol ll) cents and upwards.
Ab"tit 1) dozans MisHes'Black
Wool and Caslimero IIoso,sizes
8, 81 and 9, regular 25c and
38c goods, at 13c a pair.
About 7 dozens Men's fine
Cotton ilese, in black and tan,
sizes 91, 10, lo;, at 13c r pair.
Women's tan color Seamless
Hose, ribbed top, 8.j, 9, 9J, at
13c a pa r.
Tlie b; t Women's full regu
lar last black Stocking in the
country, 2 lor 25c instead of
25c a pair.
that Ima been placed on tbo
market for years at tbo wonder
fully low prico ol S19. The com
pletenessinid finish ol this ma
chine will astonish you.
Bargains at Every Counter
and trading stampti with every
cash purchase of 10 cents and
upwards. Y u hotter look into
the trading stamp business, it
will pay you to do so.
CBOSBY & KILL.
605,607 and 609 Market Street,
AlVEII 4nmPrtm,N4c($iD0Ci«iL " |
to Inn* m " " $100 Pitre* Spiolil Blejelw. J
40 TIM "
" *' $ 25 Bald Witohis.
» EACH MONTH
Por particular* send year n
Lever broe., Ltd., Hudson A Harrison Sts., Kew York.
and fall address to
The Overworked Candidate for Mayor of Greater
Doctors Immediately Summoned but Could
Nothing—Rumors of Poisoning to be
Now York, Oct. 29.—Henry Gecrge died
at 5o'clock this morning. Ho died while
the Union Square Hotel whore his beud
quarters arc located. Death wus caused
Goorgo had worked very hard in this
campaign for hlselectiou and this no doubt
tbo direct cause of his death.
Hohry George returned to the Union
Square Hotel at 12 o'clock last night after
making speeches iu Queens county aud iu
Hurlom. He also made a short nddr
foilower.-, who awaited him at tho
Union Bquuru Hotel.
A few minutes after 13 o'clock ho ate u
light lunch with Mrs. Goorgo aud u frleud
George had been doing three
ly that night but every night
during the campaign. Ho felt aud looked
tired, but to Mrs. George's solicitous lu
qulrius responded cheerfully tlmt be wus
perfectly well and avguod night's sleep
would put liimall right.
At about a quarter te ono ho retired,and
' fell asleep.
At 8 39 h
kened Mrs. George and
reukuoss. Dr. J. E
cd, but the
lias: ily s
advocate lapsed into uucuu
d diod at 4 59 o'clock,
case of apoplexy. Tin
teen the nature of the
11 oublo was known, but to wait forthe end.
Wlien ho passed away there were present
liK bedside Dr. Kelly, Mrs, George and
enry George, Jr.
Frank Stephens lmd be
j to humunm T
Idng to do
rived just too late to bid
bm bu I u
his friend furcweli.
Another daughter, who
liatn Atkinson, of Baltimore, died recent
ifu and throo
Hicliard and Anna.
Now York, Oct. 29.—There was a rumor
Henry George had bu
poisoned, audit orouted great excitement.
Tho rumor, li is said, will bo nn
fully and thoroughly investigated by
George's friends, who arc vory sus
picious of Turn mutiny's methods iu this
IIENKY OKOlttiK'8 HISTOltY.
Henry George was b
Siqitember 2d, 1859.
Ho attended thu
M4lng room, uiul tlieu to sea, learn
public schools until 1853 when ho
J- R MOORE & CO
BANKERS AND BKOKEUS,
.■dal uiientiou given
.4 MARKET STREET
to ol der-.
14 iq N Y &
N Pad lie Pro
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W UTolegrapb fcT
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p it i.y i*
'It I. & V
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JM .v )
M L C
M .' t
IVo make Suits i
to order from
Black and Blue
Thibets; from |
Fancy Brown Check, and
Mixed Cheviots; from neat
pattern Worsted Checks
and Cnssimeros, and from
two weights of Black Clay
Diagonals, Sack or Cuta
way Coat Suits.
Suits to order
from finer Black Clay Di
ftgonals. Wo have it now
Black Undressed Worsteds
just in, which is tbe latest
and best goods for Cuta
way Coat and Vest, to be
worn with striped trousers.
This cloth wears well,bolds
i(3 color and will not woar
shiny. Full Dress Suits
made to order at $25—
from a dress worsted that
is all right in every way.
Fit, work and trimmings
of every garment must be
right or we don't want you
lo have them.
JAS. T. MULLIN & SONS,
Ing something of printing in te the mean
while. In 1858 ho reached California'
where ho worked at tho case again until
186!). when he becumo a reporter and uft
wards editor of various papers, among
them the Ban Francisco Times and Post.
In August 1880, ho removed to New York,
whore ho has since rosldod. Ho spout a
year In England and Irelaud, te 1881 and
1883, whore ho was twice arrested
»ecc", but wus relesued upon his identity
Mr. George is chlofly kno ami through ills
addresses and books upon economic q
tious, In which he attributes tho evils of
society to tho treatment of land as subject
to full individual ownership, and contends
that whtlo tho possession or laud should be
loft to tho individual, it should be subject
ho paymout to tha community of laud
valuos, proper or ecouomic rent.
ifcTho Single tax aims at- abolishing all
taxes for rulslug revenue except a tax
levied on tbo valuos of land Irrespective of
improvements. He has published "Our
Land und Laud Policy," 1781; "Progreso
aud Poverty In Land," a controversy with
tho Duke of Argyle,1884; "Protection
Frco Trade," 1880; "Tho Condition of La
bour, iu an open letter to Pope Leo
XIII." 1891; "A Perploxed Philosopher,"
(Herbert Bponcer) 1892. Mr. Goorgo visit
ed Great Britiuuuguiu iu 1888-4, 1884-5, and
1889, lecturing on economic questions, par
ticularly that of land ownership, and in
18!'0 made a similar tour through Aus
In I8*fl he
Mayoralty of New York, and polled 08,000
votes nguinst 90.000 f jgliis Democratic op
ponent, aud 60,000 for tbo Republican.
The next yoar he received ovor70,0,K> votes
party's candidate for Bocrotury
of State of New York.
On the udoptiou by tho Democratic party
iu 1888 of a law tariff as n uutioual Issue.
Mr. George announced that- ho should ns
a frco trader support Mr. Clovelaud. and
this ended the "United Labor organiza
tion, though the propagation of the "Sin
gle Tax" has gone
'0 actively than
In tho Presidential
over a million copies of a very cheap edi
tion of "Protection or Free Trade" w
circulated in tho United States," with a
•ked result upon the election between
1887 aud 1890, Mr. George published tho
s nominated by tho United
s their candidate for tho
iu quieter ways
palgn of 1893
kly paper in New York.
McCLAY—MALIN—At the Union M. E.
parsonngfl; 605 Washington street, ou
Wednesday oveniug, October 27. 1897,
by tho Rett John 1). C. jlauiia, William
G. McClayaml Miss Florence A. Maliu,
both of Now Castle county, DoL
WATSON—CLOUD—At tho Union M. E.
parsonage, 505 Waahlngt
Wednesday evening, October 27, 1897, by
tho Rev. John D. C. llanna, Wesley W.
• W. Watson and Miss Rebecca M. Cloud,
botli of Wilmington.
BIDDLE—BOLTON—On Thursday, Oct.
| [28, 1897, by t ho Rev. Dr. George L. Wolfe,
is BuUllo and Mrs. Ella F. Bolton,
both of Porter's Station, Del.
GARB ISON—In this city on Oct. 28, 1897,
Philip W. Garrison, aged 6.J years.
Relatives nud friends aro Invited to at
tend the funeral ou Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock from his late residence, Fifth
eots. Services ut II
E. Church, Third and DuPont streets. In
DKKRY—In Christiana Hundred, on Oct.
27th, 1897, Mudallnc, daughter of Chas.
ami Catharine Decry, aged 5 years, 10
Funeral private Friday aftornoon at 2.80
o'clock, from the rosidenco of her puronts,
Free Park. Interment St. Joseph's ci
WEAVER—On October 20th, 1857, A
Bella, oldest daughter of Rachael and
tho late Win, II. Weaver, iu her20th
(ebitlves aud friends are invited to nt
tend tho funeral from her late residence
No. 1109 East Twelfth street ou Thursday
Oct. 28th. Services at Klngswood M. K.
Church at3 o'clock. Interment at River
tor men i at St. Pt
T he needfor a new
Fall Suit or Overcoat is
not to be denied;
The question now is,
Where to get it!
People who have been
here will come again!
There is no question
about what our customers
will do, but there are hun
dreds of people who Ye never
struck a place that just ex
actly suited them!
Try us once, and you'll
stick to us!
Fall Overcoats $5 to $20.
Beautiful Silk Lined Over
coats for Ten Dollars!
Fall Suits, $5 to Jiao! Sur
prisingly Handsome Suits
at $to and g!2.
Don't be bashful about
calling, though you're not
prepared just yet to buy!
You'll not feci lonely in our
store! There'll likely be
plenty of people here beside
Strictly one price, and it
dissatisfied with your pur
chase we will return your
Store open evenings.
Mai Ephraim, Prop.
wn mm mm
They are Operating BxtcasKaly la Uli
City at the Present That,
Four weeks ago a man giving bit naiM
as that of George L. Bellow*, of Balti
more, called upon W. S. Hoffman 8c Co..
at No. 880 Market street. He represented
himself as ageutfor the National Registry
Company of New York.
Tho idea was to insure bicyclists agalnat
accidents. The tmu of 90 per week wat
to be paid In oose of a hurt and 9900 for
* Tbe turn of 91 was the annual premium.
Mr. Hoffman delivered 20 policies and after
that considered Bellows was done his work
Put during the pust week over 60 persons
havo called for their policies.
The fellow obtained about 200 persons
from whom ho received 91 and g
eelpt signed In the name of Hoffi
The receipt further stated that If the
policy was not delivered in ten days, tho
money would be refunded. Honoe tho
rush on tbe office. The name on the re
ceipts Is a forgery.
FOttOER NO. 3.
On last Friday afternoon a man claim
Ing to be John Moore oalled upon
Ephraim at tho New York Clothing
and bought a|17 suit of olotbes. In
ment he gave a check for 120 drawn
Union National Bank by Frank Forbos.
The Clothier did not believo the check
was good but gave tho man 93. He left
tie suit of clothes until he went to another
store. He failed to return. The bank has
marked tbochock wUli red Ink and tbe
police aro looking for Moore.
Forger No. 8—A check for $0 was pre
sented last evening In payment for a pair
of shoes ot tho store of J. S. Hoopes, No. 7
East Third street. The clerk did not like
the appearance of tbe ebook.
Ho went out to see if it
when he returned tho man
did not get thu shoes. Mltobell
today pronounced thu check a forgery.
They never pay their men with oheoks.
Thero will bo a mooting of tho Y. W. C.
T. U. this aftornoon.
a Fivo cusos of diphtheria were reported
C. A. Llpplncot is Improving his Dola*
There were fivo single taxors from this
oity who wore to havo gone to New York .
The funeral of Ida C. Rldcnger toojfl
place this morning from her homo,
915 Spruce street. Interment wus made
Public religious service in the leotureU
room ut Asbury church to-night at half
past seven o'clock.
Win. Malloy who has been ill for a week
-i able to be around to-day.
The commission toassoss damages on
the Lutlmor property viewed it this moru
P. B, Ayars organized a council ot tha
L. O. It. C., in Baltimore last night.
The-annual meeting and election of offi
cers of tho Game Protective Association
was hold to-duy.
Tho Newport Good Government Club,
will bold its annual mooting lu tho \Yo
i's Christian Tompernuco Union Road
—.Saturday, October SOfih (k&
7.JO p. iu.
Joseph N. Wheolor picked a second crop
of black berries from a bush at Thirteen u
and Market streets yesterday.
Tho Wilmington City Railway Com
pauy is ropaiutiugits —"
Tho Harlan & Hollingsworth Company
is receiving tho material whloh will ontor
into tho construction of tho gunboub
Mrs. Hoags of tho Wilmington Insti
tute, has beon earnestly requested to give
a talk to tho Assistant Librarians' Club
of Philndolphia, Pa.
Sorvicos to-night (Friday), at 7.45o'clock
at the Holiness Christian church, Front
-aud Madison stroots. Everybody welcome,
E. R. Pylo, pastor.
extra session of tho Grat^
Coninmndery of Delaware, Anolont uud
Illustrious Order Knights of Malta, hold
last night in the hall, No. 012 Shipley
street, to hoar reports from representatives
Geo. Woods nud Andrew J. Moore, who
represented Dola ware In the Supremo
Grand Uominandery of America hold in
Boston last week.
The upsetting of a lamp iu a bedroom in
of Juntos Tuto, No. 100 Vaudo
avenue, caused a slight fire last night,
blankets and a quilt wero burned
und dainugo ostimatodut 110 done.
About 1 o'clock this morning
cal storm passed
George W. Woldo of Boston, owner of
the steel schoonor-yuoht Hildogarilo tied
up at the wharves of tho Harlan and Hol
lingsworth Company, was in this city yes
terday. He will lock after tho winter
quartering of bis yacht.
Tho Harlan & Hollingsworth Company
has received acontract for two stool bollors
of the Scotch typo for tho stoamor Ma
verick, In tho bcrvicoof the Standard Oil
The Wilmington Bicycle Club of this
city will entertain the Cboster Bicycle
Club of Chester to-night. An elaborate
entertainment has been arranged for the
guest.-!. About fifty will bo present.
tbis city aud for
hour It rained.
Wilmington People Arc Talking About It
on Every Corner.
latter to fool
It is sometimes
't keep it up vory
to find you out; aud
the public, but y
every time n
is made. Skepbtci
reading in a home nowspapor about 6omi
Incident occurring in San Francisco, Cnl„
or Iowa, but the circumstances aro ill,. 0
ly different when It refers ta s
right hero at homo, friends and neighbors,
is fooled another skoptio
la ullowablo when
people you know,' whom you c
with whom you talk It
. This Is thu
thu buck of Do.tu'.*
kind of ovidouco
Kbluny Pills—home staton
pooplu—aud the astonishing local work
they havo boon doing has cauwed more telle
citizens than tho doings of any
othor modern wonder. Read tho follow
, of 517 Murkot strrot,
"1 had kidney complaint for along
ecntly it has been a great deal
,-oro headaches, pains
worso. I bad
across tbo back nud in my limbs. Whnn I
sat for any length of timo in
my back pained
aud move about. It w
nml I bad to got up
difficult for mo
lift the smallest object. I
t to D.wiforth's drug store for Doan's
Kidney Pills, aud I found groat relief In
not nnnoyod with the
their •_ .
hmidnoho since I used thorn and my back
U stronger than it has beon for a long time
Doan's Kidney Pills accomplished ell that
is claimed for them. I have told
of my frlonds about them and w
I have great faith iu
Doan's Ivldnoy Pills for suln by nil deal
ers. Price 59 cents. Malt oil by Foster
Mil burn Co. Buffalo, N. Y. Solo agents
for tbo U. S. Remember tho name Doau's
Who Wants the Bath House?
George A. Elliott lias a bath houso for
sale. It Is tho ono presented to tbo city by
Job II. Jackson nml whloh now lies at the
foot of Front street. With the proceeds of
tho sain n small Indebtedness of tho Froo
Bath Association will be paid.
Horse Dies From Lock-jaw.
Joseph II. Gooding, the coal jnnrohaut,
at Thlrtocuth und Scott streets, lost aval,
uablo draught horso from look-J
-day evening, which Mr. G. will have to
replace. Tho horse wus valued at|200.
Tho latosl In optics aro tho.now Improve
gold oyo glasses,mado by Hanf OptbjalCo.
Tenth and Murkot streets.
To Cure Coustlpalkon fc'oi
Take Cuscarets Candy Cathartio.
I1C.O.O. fail, druggists refund rnonoy.