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PERSONAL
MENTION.
interesting Paragraphs
About Visitors and
Home Entertain
inents.
HOLDER —W ATT.
Miss-lean Bromley Watt and Charles
C. Beider of thin city, were married
last night in St. riiilins* Church,
Forty-second street and Baltimore
avenue, Philadelphia. The ceremony
by liev. Clarence \V Bijpliam, rec
tor of Mt Philip's and immediately
afterward a reception was wive, at
the residence of the bride's grand
,, v ,, tu >• ,,
mother, No. dlb South l-oitA-second
. .
The bride, who wore a gown of
white duclutss aulin with chiffon voice
A ,, , , ,
and collar and bolero of pointdiHMie^s
. „ ,
lace, was given awav bv nei uue.e.
B. Gordon Broader." M:»s Marjorie
G. Watt, who was mal.i oi honor,
. ,
wore white iioliit d esprit over pan*
.... . 1 . 1 ,'
pmk elaborately trimmed wilh satin
. . . , , i
r boon andcurrmd a bouquet of La
,, „ , ....
I-ranee roses. 1 lit* brides buuquet
was of bride roses and lillios of the
valley.
The bridesmaids were Misses Beider
Edith Gelder, Muybetli Wilkins,
and Eleanor Duelers. They wore
dainty go^tis of white organdie lrim
med with graduated satin ribbon and
bin a i l pink roses. TulmauT. (..elder
was best man aud the ushers were
Edgar E. Gelder, Calvin M. Tiioinas,
of Bangor, Me.: WYlium W. McFar
lin of Pittsburg. Chi*ties W. 1) Du
val of Annapolis. Md.. Charles i\
Colby of Spnnglicld, 111., and Eve ret
A. Lockett of Winston, N.( .
Among those present were John
Gardiner, John Gardiner. Jr., and
wife, Mrs. Topping, John M. Walt
and wile, Mrs. Crabbe and daughter,
Mrs. 1. Bavbold of this citv.
MARTIN—DOUOIIF.UTY.
To their future home at No.
SI 9
Adams street., George Viclor Martin
and Miss Margaret Faina Douglierly
were married last evening by tho
Rev, VY. L. S. Murray, pastured St.
Paul's M. E. Church.
The ceremony was performed at 7
o'clock in the parlor of the house
and was witnessed by a large number
of relatives and friends.
Miss Lucy Watts
or and George Dunbar was best
Harold Thomas acted as ring I.
and Elmer I
tiie bride, gave her i
rior of the house 'was decorated with
potted plants and cut (lowers.
Februaiv thev will be at home.
ivas maid of lion.
Fill.
ghert v,
brother of
Fhe iute
ay.
Alter
DI
K'i/.ahetli
Counselman, both of s
married yesterday in st. Pole's Epis
Uu
ere
copal Church,
presence of a fashionable g
The cerei
1 by t he
Rev. IV*reg
Ruth of Balt in
i>re.
-VI K 1
George J. Ash a
Atkinson, both o! this' citv,
E.
id last evening at 1 li * pur.si
of A & bun M. !•:, Church, hy the pas
Rev. II. S. Duiano
t
Grab
o f Clay tot
ied a'
day at
joy able
An
C veil'll
C
1 pa ny
e In,
a vii at t
urns
Roati, last
P ia..,o:
31 i ssi's
lieed nnd Wales Br..w
At a bii
vited to the din ng r . mi where
freshmen's were
An
g tiio.se present
Annie Tibhitt, Ma Reed,
Nichwis, F.ui and lleba IJiov
, Messi i. John Craig. WaJct
Brown, Wii. a
Neely,
Ca- "ii
Am:
Wl'lic.
til.
The Eleventh W.u i
League a ill lohl a mi:
" " and 79 :t ch
idler street,
to
this e
dressed by llcia
i Know It
other sj
l
Ml me 1
frit* oils
fAUK HANK I T
.Ill'll • G
sunll, fur the liei
of his health. * lie u
two to tiiret* w •cks.
Mrs. I
Winfield Le*
visiting Mr and \ir>
Hughes, No. lo 1J .-mi
S tciiogra pliei
lu Boston.
•lit,
no,
Wit wort
auk
is Ol Elkl
A.
\ ictor
flc'et.
Mrs. lous ami I.
.(liter
Med field
visiting Mis;
whe
has hoe
John J. Suund«*rson
borne.
Mrs. !!•
vard Terry of Philadelphia
is visiting Mrs. Andre
this city.
of
Slmr-fe, It...
\ t lil.t ifs'
busim ss in,
Jin- In.I ;i n
« .--..ill
Mini tll<* pll\si
mnnni.L! th,'il lie
cm
Could 1 riv.1I
twenty-four Ii
Oil's of Ills ,I||J
I. lull is
is late.
fill-1 l'fuI
I ('"Si"
His nu.
v If i* ■
helping li
he is L'l'.Tb.'fnl I
III,!
Death Of T
(irill il
Ml -
ill nil: s, 1 11 il] il I, (if Nil.
l'llil It:t..v. „tli Si.. .tied
vest I I V
* h \ i*;t
THE WEATHER.
In the Middle States and New Eng
land to day cloudy weather will prevail
and warmer,followed by northeasterly
winds and snow.
Friday, partly cloudy weather will
prevail, and colder with northerly
winds,
Saturday, partly cloudy weather will
prevail,and higher temperature follow
ed by ruin or snow in the lake region.
TIjo thormoiu;!ier at W. C. Taylor's
ilru}/ store 5102 Kiuc street, today ruglst.u'
ed as follows:
?o'clock Iu o'clock 1 o'clock
gtt
29
THE BOARD
OF HEALTH
,
w
Purpose of coo.iden.fi he . Uu.
Hon .« the city <iw,ojr lo he spread
01 •"•'■P?*- , 10 lioard do « n ®'
c«n„der that there .. an "P«Uem«c
of smalloox here at present but
4l • . ?
there are enough cases to cause a
d ' te,n,1 " ea - ciTort to be made
Sl slK a . n emiv " rcc f 0 * 1 ' L jf ^ i
I a communication wan drafted and
, . . , , , ^
will be presented to City t ouncil
.. . ., . 7 I
th.a evemn.r naU.nt-that an appro
f" ia 1,1 0 be , .«'<*" ? J lor lh «
purpose o urmahmg the cmer
. ' ' , , , ., . . ....
genev hosp.ta at Farnhursl. I here
1 ** 1 ... . . . . . .
are cases in Wilmington which I
, . , , . . p,.
shot Id bd removed aud there is
,
:
(
;
!
;
j
j
;
!
!
o!T*
:
soptl them.
1 lie Trustees of .the Poor have
! been all year pooling about the
1 emergency hospital and the lioard
I oi Health lias not been able to
>r Koon of No. 1107
HI- it.
French si
is the latest vidua
el.
the city.
Tint ifo.irtl of Health this «iltr
lur.ication t'> 1 'res
ailpox
ol s
! noon seal a
idem Shortlidge of the Board ot
: Education, suggesting the appoiut
I ment of three physict.
j the public ami parochial schools
ar.d see that all children are
to visit
cmated. The members ol the Board
ot Health will do everything in
their power to keep down the Jis- :
ease but Ihev have several handi- ;
| cans to overcome. The executive
about exhausted as
duty day and
I officers <
they have to keep
night.
Visiting liducatv
I members of the local Board of Ed
cation at the Cl
A delegation from the Scranton,
P.. Board of Education are visiting
this citv. Alter inspecting the
i
high school and other schools the :
party were the guests ol several
•ton House, 'i hose
of the local hoard present were:
President Shortlidge. Secretary
Bartram, Lewis B. Morrow, Dr.
Abram E. Frantz aud Sunerinteu
dent Twitmyer.
Entertain ment.
McKinley Day
oil ;n Nitiool N(.<. ■ ...
ilull stroots, T he Soli*
anpropriutely obsorv
. id Lob
Btiitiib!
Tho boy a ami
mi- 1; with o i
lii.
yratios were
lered ; '
i hu
| till!
t
1
0
. readings
1 carutul prepar,
I
1
All
iv. K. I*'. H itrys, Pastor of
It
Socomi B iptist. Church .
Dr. J. U. M;ibitI)v
ig In the. IIaitma
hi..
fit
.siuith V s!able,
Mil.
.-.I loot hot UOOI1
King d no Market si roots, in his voleri
an aiul.nl;
•0 i«,-d;
. at
it of
ilfng in
lost Ol tho
o that
saw it
Hutton Works To Siurt
oYp.'cti'd that 1 he Do I a
I
ar s But ton
of
11 It,ui
. Tho
r 1 UiO hy ll)
1 ) 0 ! Ug
C (^,, 10 - 0.1
I 0R SALE OR REM.
1
ii
(Jeo. K. I owiVscnc! & Co.,
5 04 Market Street.
-.u if
('IsIits ami sform
('outs fur men;
UI.iters.
mid
c uilfol t ilth-. >•">,
Storm
IfTi.ol), >'S ; 11 1,1 >20
Coats.
and a
film
sio ;i
• 1114*—- lit
?dl>. nil with ID
Reefers,
t.
I"' 1,
Coats
Stun
;; ^ 1/1 -s
■; I'l'itv
*!. sd,
1 that were >• I
lit *:
si nu
Little
Suits,
Suits. MenS Suits uipI ^ <
Men'- Suits ;il
Suits, small lots ji
siy.-s that wc. n
. ^ ■>, | ., , v •
h" nl'on I »loiid ( nib -' is the
ig out.
» 1 ' tlioni.
gams
(.'IommI evenings ut b ox
Hat uni.a 's.
JAS. f, MULLIN & SONS
6 tli a:i 1 Mirk'it, Wilmiajlo a
Lind.
I
T» v *
1V« in tin- cil v.
I "St I Sc.
01111 ( 1 .
I
I .
HANSCOM'S Market Ml Seventh St.
S
Bankrupt Sale
Ik
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ik
Vk
li/
OF THE
0 /
ik
MITCHELL STOCK
Ui
*
*
ik
ik
ik
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I Ladies' and Children's Hose 8c pair
W
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a-.
III
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I
Only n few nioi'O days loft in-wliicli to clo«o out the stock mid to rush things
along n little, wo will otfoi To-morrow (Friday) for sale the following articles at a
9)
ik
'f'
18c and 25c.
$ Ladies' Fine Coats $3.98 reduced from $10 and 12.
Ik Ribbed Underwear 19c reduced from 35.38c and 50c.
reduced
from
m
*
' 1 '
,k
Ribbons, Laces, hats, millinery trimmings and
»k notions at your own price.
tk
m
vk
No. 210 Market Street,
ik
vk
:
WILMINGTON.
v'k
j
[1
Tlu> fellow who !i;i(l hull' an hour l<»
wait for a trolley ear yesterday had
lit.l le praise for iIt*
tlv* snow stanzas.
l>u,i Ilial wrol"
. 1 -. Ihrown iiitu ;i
.'v m , int:li* and at s-mv places six
indies of the foal hers I'r*. m paradise
si-v
Sir
The entire slal.e w
fell.
'Fhe snow had hen
l;i
■;ii!!i'l:i.
s southward lo
os
!. of
corded th'-iv.
ttrd ufl'-r il hud g«»m*
was sittackf'd.
the result that, the prtvipi! at ion ol
here
•ing its nrigi
whence its course \
Hi
r Fc
.snow and sleet being
Spreading eastw
south Baltimore
Hakes
j or s(
greater Hi;
has bee
e t ime.
I'ortimntely there
ats little
as*
„r
IV snow iulcrfercrl willi the street'
.'it') 2 ')
miiiules licliitHl sdiciluie time in (lie
,uM
ind, and what
iglit ea-vilv have
a period of acute suffering
avoided, though manv hundreds
heel
• are in a pit iablc eondd ton.
po
cars hv ddaving the
IT
plows
■ work effectivelv. efforts
morning before I lie sm
g retarded by
,, ,,
o gel lit), Willi tiie result
, - ,
, . > ■ lU1 .
" M11 u 1,lc ' saiu 111,1 "
, . , ....
ili'i'i i'V witc seen'
adc t heir nags to pull
tost, impossible
The slip-;
; til'* constant heavy fall.
| pory rails made ii hald for I hi
lo control the ears
•ing down
hill a
ret
j)|(ih!<
I that largo quant
the wheels into.
1
Horses si 111 orod
and ail n
or to
loads whore it
to old ail
[.loos, the snow had
a choorii
the
I:itions inoidord to
rials and trib
tin*
light.!
tho stor
heart: a
fortunate, for iimn
cit i/.on
0 staid
his hark, his|
■•asset lla
foot having booi
eked Iro
him hy t In* sprawling limbs
a ha
or who had hurt iedlv t ried
1
' astlo a
d ! b-lawai'c ('ily
time Initflie I'eoplos Line
'I'lio c;
as crippled badly.
1,1
•voral h
1
•I,
1 .
ig in
corning fron
Bra
'Fin* First car fro
N.o
the track a
the li. N
traffic w;
NEW POLL
MAN SHOPS,
During t Ip* past
*ks mm
hcadw:
i,
at t lie P 11 II 11
pun vs new simps.
iltlings
Ml
1
priu ■•!
|
j pally to the interior of tii«*
• .veal her is
■i'li*. The
c ui I rad ors it is
■li aimovimn
imt of the I.
ks fallnit*' ir.it
if this
lie liitiiiiiiy
I Millfling.
I
j the entire iirick work in that building
Tin* other Ii
id to be
ulI right.
New All 11
a short t ime the
I>iamond State
'ill break ground for
patty
•w fit.islii!!<*• mill
Ih.* smith
h* of III*- Christ iaiiii.
cninplclcd will on-j
. Di turn out
After work
ed it will h»» rushed and the
< mu nlet<>d earlv ju tiiQi
ILe,
, •iation
on I !»*• \\ ilinmgton Bicycle Club alleys
At lffl.*s( u-U* Academy this even-'
iuh iliciv will he a ha.sk'*t, ball con
i tost hi*1 ween I he learn from Friend
' about cyjnpl
'ed.
The mill wlie
able the Steel r,
I In* finished product.
Bowling I'
Kht.
mmpnsing tI k* Wilmingt
linulillLI l.KK!
I heir
•lily g;
Iict.it ions I lien* will Iv*
'■"iitests,
•. I his evening nnd from
nil in<
cil iuc
t wo ex
'Flic Young Men's
will piny
ullcvs and
Rcpiil'liemi Cluli
,1
V"
ig Met
•s ClirisMan
A
School and Chester High School team.
M A:u
I I Y I*i
'I'S
FRISK at tin
ill MKOPATHli; HO T*U' V.,
l
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
WHEN LONDON SLEEPS.
■harles
'•When London Sleeps," C
DarrelPs successful piny will be
presetted at the Opera House to
night by Manager James H. Wal
! lick's capable company of players,
j especially engaged by that well-)
! known producer for the proper,pre
sentation or this play. It has been
said t h at this play has been seen
! by more than any other melodrama
; stage either in'this county or in!
Its popularity is no
doubt caused by the in tercsting
the pla* and the
; Hmhand.
that Is told
! many thrilling situations and strong
; climax' s that are seen during the
| presentation o! it. 'Fhe he
the plav is
conies into ;
with'her rascally cousin attempts
rob here of. One of the most sensa
i tional scenes i
! the circus qut
house bv the villian which he
,ne , of
ho
circus queen
urge fortune
to
the play is
ff rc9 .
i- all
id to a
the hope that she may be burned
with it. She forces her way through
the llamo ami saves her life by
walkimr a telephone wire in (he
•»«« manner us she hn<IJdii*e'
while iu the circus, Ulus saving' her
lile and tha*. o! a child which she
carries on ho r 1 * a c U
vlule
: the street on th
crussing
SOUSA'S BAND.
The British tour.ol Sousa and his j
band of 1901 is the record ot con
tinuous ovations aud triumphs from
the landing at Soulhamptdin in
, . . f „
, Sejitember to t he last month of fare
well, in London broke all concert
| records, both for attendance and
[receipts, giving no less than 31 con
cerls * u l ^ ie ^ r *lish capital in 1 (>
j
ifC
■V
y
7
II*
X
4?
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'y$:
j'
,r*;.
V'.f
!
, cv
!
Ml
da vs.
By special command of His Maj
esty, King 10(1 ward VII., Mr. Sousa
anil his band had the distinguished
honor of appearing before the Roy
al la mi ly at Sandringham on De
cember 1, 1901, on the occasion of
the birthday of Queen Alexandra.
A programme consist ing entirely
of the compositions of Sousa and
other American composers was
played at the request of the OKing,
and til he conclusion olvthe concert
decoration ol M. V. O. (Memtier of
Victorian Order) was bestowed
1 upon the "March King, "the medal
being pinned upon Sousa's coat by
11 R. H , the 1'rince of Wales.
BROTHER OFFICERS.
'Love I not honor more — Richard
| v 0 ve | a ce'a l'atnoub apostroho, and
a line 'Here and there
a cotter's babe is royal born by the
right divine. " About these two
sentiments is woven the dainty fab
o! love and honor, which llow
d Gould, this season interprets
iu the play ot "Brother Officers. ''
"atmospheric," com po
of tv immagination anil*
Gould's
it is an
sition of
dainty execution: and Mr
Jhero is a thoroughly lovable one, a
woman'
Mr. Gould's appearance in this
city will he at the Opera House ou
'Friday night.
1
(

MRS. DANE'S DEFENSE,
j Henry A.. Jouca' great play, en
titled *'Mrs. Dane's Defense," which
has been one of the moat talked
1 about plays for the past two years
! will be seen in this city for the
First time next Monday night at the
jOpera House. It excited an units
uuil amount of comment and discuss
] ion when originally produced at
j Charles Wynd ham's Theatre in
London, which was repeated when
it was subsequently produced at
Jibe Empire Theatre, New York. It
j was the biggest Financial success
j that the Empire Theatre Company
has ever had. It affords oppor*
f or magniOcent acting which is
.thoroughly availed of, especially
b? David II. Murray, Miss Amelia
(Gardner and Miss Kate Ilassettt.
si
'
Tisn'tsafc to be a day without
I Iir. Thomas' KlectricOll iu the house.
Never cun tell wlmt moment an acci
(dent ts going lo happen,
Sa c of Real Estate.
Stidham A Son, auctioneers
litis morning offered lor Bale ;
l;n , :;v iiiiiuln r of properties for tlio
Ism'iirilv Trust ami Safe
1
sol<
Du posit
Com pa ii v.
rite following properties were
No. 81,5 Woht SixHi si ivi i.vMrs
M ; „. v ,;. lluimi f, u $1.51,1.' |
v .... w c |
*> v i st oevonth .sheet, to
Henry I . Dure ior $r>,U(.KL |
No. (51:j West sfroot lo AV. E.!
JJ,iriis, foj- $'2 800. r
N - . . . ,
N "' ,S - 1 stl ^ L t'» MlU
' MIDI).

I.
i >F
N". I'.'l7 Slmllcri,-;-, Avonim to
M->. K!i/;.l»ot!i .Tnlin^m for 8 '.mo.
v )t li**)• !>n>|K*rli( s advertised for j
and will be |
> ' 1 '"
•liilm Kirk an employee
Diamond State Stool
l ontpuny
as taken suddenly ill while at
work early tliie mnniiiig ami taken
to tile Hoineoputliic Hospital in
t | u . \„,|, u |
.nice.
AID
i' »F.< Kt.E-In tin
lu'.e Joseph btceckle,
i.caitivos and frion 1 h
li; ioatu-ml tlic funarm «erv
XVe
•o rospoc-lfully i
lit!)' till 0
Thur h
In :i<nnui.£
i ruaon Jail.
Jii vcrvicw Come lory,
Fliua.;
ll \Vel
I
Funeral Directors.
U ru li. kOHINbO.>,j;<.
Undertaker nnd Rmbalmar.
Offk
(1 ItH-litenc.®.
223 West Seventh st.
Qelf!|itio:ia call
I oinnr nt.ttniiim
n!,'hti 'Ail ^
j A^>» i. UiAiNDLUI<,
l nnt rtakcr ami Uiiihal 11 .-<*
(nice
214 West Ninth street.
Toiophui
ul'fh'i ft\U
u tuw
l ndertuker and Uinhalmcr.
Utfici!
722 King; sirest,
JOHN H. AlAR I IN.
Undertaker nnd Itmbahnsr.
toy Shipley street.
Uali-i attomlul promptly
\ j l i
t oh.
FOR HUNT.
: RENT—BT'Olf. ills KIND ST It 1JKT,
litablisimd millinery, but suita
siuoss Apply 5 West 7th
jl'i
tENT-l AR.U OV 1
»uestation, Del.
Address Z, (4ru
Hu-lf
K RENT-TH AT LARGE TWO STORY
•eet, suitable
fur almost. 1
bio. Apply
Liuhth .
of bugiuijHii
o Jainos !•'. Sutton, loo) VV
uBl-ood-tr
it 1 ■ 1
T-.M1S8 F.VA J. GREEN DKMK
v I roiu t lio millinery business
U).) \V. St It sir
l
r. Apply iu.i VV.
is-ii
i k r.:;
■FUltNISULD ROOMS, wn Jt
with or witlioui board at 40.'
F'h
Hi
- TENANT Horn; A NO
Concord I'ilutubovH
y, Brandy wine lid., Del.,
JgllVoil:
acUsmllli
d Apply
J. J, Pc Jr
b
).. RENT- 1'
room douse:
nil
. . .. HOffect d.'fep. Apply
iHrtinanu, 1UD Adams stnM
John i .
\\ ANTKIl.
U r A .^TED—BOA RDKRB AT Ul? E. 3d ST.
j80-th fi m w fruat-Ci*
W
ANTED—A GOOD STEADY UOLORKI*
woman, for coolciuR and general bouio
•ereuuirml apply ntfoG Fruuoli
row night.
jau-.t
W ANTS!) -FIFTY HOYS TO HELL
i* u m.i cans." Apply nt this olll
' j;b
ja*
\\
7 ANTE
board, reuldenoo wilh privato family ;
terms. Address J. K-, tills otttca.
11ENTLEM A N WISHES
AN'l El-HELP FURNISHKU f
, restaurants and private lutuiUsi
i D eft nolle*. Apply »>t iVilldliigluu luSsll
4*i <« Ofttce. 805 bhipley slroetk vi4J tf
W
IfO
\\
J ANTED - ant LB FOR KNl'lTI NG
looping anil tapping Ou neodlfi;
perieuced bauds mid iearuera; also a few
mall boys. Apply nt Uhurlos Taylor Co.,
'oplar between J:.'th and lath streets.
_ j.j l»no
M OLElt'.S BARBER SCHOOL NEW YORK
• ity; more etudeuts wanted; S week;
cojiplctea; wage* .Saturdays; di|>lomim awar
ded ; position h guaranteed wheu tlirougli;
spool*I iuduoeiuout uow. Write for free cut
aiogues.
P RIVATE 8ALB-ONE MAKE 8
yen -old will work anywhere.
•Jhmtli foul, al so 4 ouws two milking aud
-*>3 two fat. Apply at the Chandler farm
4'i mrtea
BougUuian.
tbu l.aDcastvr pike.
• H,
ioo-3t*
Amusement*
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday, January 30.
.TAS. H. WALUCK3,
aiugniflt.mt Soeuic Spectacle.
WhenLondonSleeos
Fried 15, 25, 35, 50, 75 cents, atul M .00,
Friday, Jan, 31, 1902,
Speulal Kugai'.'iocnt of
HOWARD GIHJLD
l:i the New York Enip i® TlxAtre Sucoe*»
Brother Officers.
A Comedy Dra
in three auU by Capteiu
i Trevor.
be
Prices, fl.00, 7oc, 00 c, 25o
Saturday, February i,
iu WilmtuL'tou.
Firs' evening
. Uirt-ci from trlutuphai tc
(iruut Britain,
• of
Sousa and His Band
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Conductor.
MACD REESE DA V!ES«, St>iu iw„.„
DOKOIMY UOYI.E. Vlolfiitstn.
AKTHUK I'KYOR, 't rombone. |
50. 76 cent>, J 1.00. |
Price
Monday Eve. Feb, 3.
Henry Arthur Jones' Gr<»at Flay
Mrs.Dane's Defence
Willi
ligluiil scBuory and appointments
cli arac tori /.ed its long run ui
re Theatre, New York,
A N KXCEP'i ION A F CAS I*.
26, if&. 60. 7uo., Jt.CO.
Pii<
Dockstader's Theatre.
Vn-vdcvtlio patronized by the
people
-rug woni.me Trio
Jon \ F. « Lahke
iijck aniivU.u k AtoAVOY
Vfun^Mj.iVdlAik 11
aim other*.
Aiivruooiu aud ovom>iT'i, io. -ijani 3 )j.
HHh r
The Jiidgo Bros
Tho Wilsons
THE LAST WEEK.
The noted and gifted spiritual mediums
Madam Hall & Dunbar.
lilo, law
affair!
tsus. No mu tier what your
powerful uuil gitted
1-1 M
troubl-i, O'
mefliunis; tlioy o
,-at*! flittiii lis from 0 n. in. to 8.S0 p. in.
UonUoinGM $ 1.00
t 8 o'clook, 25c.
I.adi.'S otic
Ci elo Sum
ilay ISvmi
720 French Street.
FOR iSALIv
L'OR SALE—HOLSTK1N 'ANL> DURHAM
P caw, calf by hoi side. A, A. Holt, Dela
IVOR BA IjK-Oi'NTKNTS OF STOKE AT
P Stanton. Apjjly Ti. L. DieUey, Stantou,
wur'< .luu.-tiou.
Util.
OR SALE-NEW' HCUBES SIXTH AND
Clayton streets; liDU)>ug r, mouths; 8
rooms, Lath, roueption Imll, uuutry, etc;
every convenience, healthy and dry; best
workmanship, beauti.'ully )mpored; easy
terms. Chas. C. Kurtz. Ui 1 MurUct street.
Delmarvia lelephoue 06U; D. & A; toleph
OOLi A. jb lino
Tj'OIt SALE-THAi' NEW and 'DMA
e street; for
ii. ilolloc.icor, Jr., Law
j7 tod tf
V
..ckctuH '
•a. oak !
fy , J t ; M^r l 7RDx , r;a^ h<; 11 ,)ot j5.a!-w-s 1 -tf lu,f " !
--— -*-7-
bale—flour and FEED mill I
DayeH^iu- I
fiawarecity a- it. ap
j
so
b!"
deiiGu Nu. 814
Ju
J 1 OH FALL
- :6 HA R : ED PLV MOUTH
5 white WyuiD.l
Of r
, buliiliiik;-, w
0/ ililli'' at 1
'•.11 Newark
WU
AT PERKY '8
I. roll if vyoi-K
poj' SA
DT EL IN
, wul«h
' '1 ftp ]>; h
1400 ib-; speciiii
r ur> ut
1100
fuitlit-r
took huh U'.iiiin
Id.
Ail 6
•OK SALE-75 W HITE P. It. CHICKENS.
Fell, F, R L. No. 1, Newark,
Del.
J13 til.
1
F"!
BA t ^
M.'BT
PURCHASE
ioai
JompH.iy, which
Hlieriff, tho f'.Uowing
■>y
Biel rp.coratftd uIidu
I*K
which we will
•s *»f plate
) rctfuliir priew; ull
, ^(ildiurs,
•iuml HuuoBra,
ml dishos, br
«r.s, butter ilitia, cuv
ict 101s,
chain befs,
s, bed pans lamps
trb.bos, and burners; a grand opportunity lor
hotel and restaurant keepers. McMahon
Bros , 5j:i King street, Dclm. phone LM6; D
it A UW.
is. jiirdlniorca, I J j
bf.sius, slop bowls,
J17
Li'OR SALE
I 1 and
oak and w;
I.A 1
.IN E
•' Nl
d hand fu
cluimber .suits,
*1 bedsti«ai|®,
ltuo round ami sguiu** oak and
'• ci.nsistinn
bureaus
walnut oxtonsion tublas, U it
alduboardu, bi«h back chairs, cabinet*,
upriRlit bookcuHOs HUimbJe for oili usoi
tuttod conclios, «»8y cbHirs, fancy rockers,
.5 v<»ry nice folding bods, 4 flue
•oral kindsuud flizos ol
ussortuiuui oi f
rors, a ttn
as Victor (Queen K
double lifeUtoi'M, wood, uus,
5D0 yards 111 «ruin aud Brussuls carpets
cloth, mattings, all
kinds and Hl /..*8 of fancy rug-. Malum Uios.
bUJ Kiug street. Delm. phone 14sio D & A;
109 A,
r uud Othello,
in
OST, MISLAID OR STOLEN DEPOSIT
«■» Kuud No,
I>J buuk
W il miux'on K
ailisij in tin* uaiiifeuf luuira V. Wilkins; uotlce
Laura V.Wi'l kin a. U
L ost-on yrNDAY, January mth, a
Hold bronit pin, loaf shape, in uoiiu; from
land Jackson to Union Church. Howard
lu.'tt Weal Third street.
: .v book npiiliod for.
yu ltuwk iiw*
J 'li irl
if ryturued
j.'oat.
ONEY to LOAN
murtnagfes in HUi'ia to
roll top dPMk in goo l order. Henry Hoo
919. Markul atroet. i<
M
ON FIRST
it. For s-ale
N otick-an adjourned meeting of
tho Oommutors aud traveling juiblic of
tho Wiliniugtou and L'hristiuuu turapiko will
town of Newport, in Jnina^
Monday oiglit, February 3rd,
at half past seven o'clock. A foil nttondaneo
bu^tncHs of iinportuucfe will come
1^9-4t
in
be hold
Polk'.s shops,
is desire
before the moot ing.
O'ilCE-MICMEKR.S OF STAR OF DLL.\
ware Lodge. No. 1, A, S. 14., will meet
in thoir Hall, Opel a House,
N
Friday aiior
uoon, Die 'Jlst lust., at 1 o'clock sharp, to at
tend the luuoral of their lat* mt-mhor, Mrs.
fcl. b. Tuxbury. By order of the Commander,
JANE BROWN, bee.
Da
in
E6IOVAL NOTICE: -CLIFFORD GitBEN
will romovo February U5tii. from
W, Cornor oT Boveuth nud Kin n stroetn to
bilUauijf, 3D West BoveutU street. A
ro'luccion of .'u per cout Will be allowed until
J'Ar-jOd tf
R
s*. \
the
February 30.
D U. DbHARDT'B 1'BNNYROYAL PfLl.8
The only gmuiine pennyroyal pills; at
druggists or by mail $1 00. Oittce 200 N. Ninth
street, l'iiiia.
ley
C ONhfUAJPTlON. ASTH.M CATAICtd
Ithvuiuatisiu, Nauralgta, quick rjlnJ
Dr.lloutgomer/,))J N. um strops, Fun*.
at
TO REFORM.
£
May Mercer a Victim of the Law and
Order Society Raid—Said Shev
Would Rather Die Than Re
form—Asphyxiated -
Herself.
t:
Mar Mercer, anjinmale of No.
205 Orange etreet, la the first girl
to etop treading the wayward'path
and to ascend the way leading to
reform siuce the Law and Order
Society made the big raid. She
chose 'asphyxiation ae the means
to climb to Hie golden etair* of re
form and her budv is now a corpse.
May had been an inmate of the
house No. 205 Orange afreet and
was of a lively disposition. She
tired shortly after midnight last
night and when she did not ap
pear lor breaklaet the unstress of
the house sent a servant to call her.
As uo answer was received to the
re
FEBRUARY TERM
OF COURT.
The February term oi the Court
oi General Sessicne will open Mon
day mornlog next. The Judges
assigned to sit during the term are
Chief Justice Charles B. Lore and
JudgesSpiuance aud Boyce. Many
criminal and civil cases of great
importance to the general public
are to be tried during this session
oi court.
The coming term is attracting
especial attention on account of the
lacl that it wiii be the first session ]
oi the Court oi General Sessions to!
trv wife beaters. This is because
the Municipal Court no longer has
jurisdiction over such eases. It
has formerly been the custom to trv
the Municipal Court
under a charge of assault. There
several charges of wife beating
to be heard during this term, the
penalty for which, it found guilty, *
is the whipping post. I
One of the principal cases to
come before the Court, and one
such caies
which is attracting wide attention,
is the charge of perjury against
Vans ant, a witness in the Lvun
case. Yansaut testified in that
case that he was at Lynn r s house
a certain date and
iu KUmere
saw Lynu pay to Whiteman a cer
tain amount and heard the two men
(Lynn and Whiteman) in a dispute
over the money, it is said that
witnesses will be produced who will
testify that Vansant on the date
and hour that he swore he
Lynn's house, was at his boarding
house in I'ort Penn. Yansaut was
as at
arrested shortly after Hie Lynn
trial and is now under a heavy bail
for hie appearance in court.
Rumors are also prevalent that
the grand jury wili return indict
ments against a number ot more
prominent citizens of New Castle
—.nty for alleged taking of money
belonging tothe county. The work
ot the Committee of Filty, which
has already resulted in sending
Lynn and Whiteman tothe Work
house, is said to have only com
meuced. The Committee is deter
mined to continue its work until it
is positive that the business of the j
county is being properly and hon
estly conducted by the county of- [
For some time it has been
mored that an effort is being made;
to protect one prominent citizen
against whom considerable evj- !
dence has been secured. It is said
that a number of his friends, who
are members ol the Committee of j
Filty are now working to prevent
the case from coming before the
grand jury. Whether or uot the
case will come before this grand j
jury is a question which is very j
much discussed.
Another case to come up during
the term is the case against mem
bers of the Democratic League ol
Delaware City who are charged
with conducting a gambling h<
and selling liquor without a li
cense.
The case against Constable Col
mary and Officer Chamber ot New
ark, charged with assault, will al
so be heard this term.
ficials.
AUdicks Heavy Lons.
Wood bridge, Jan.
•2'J.—Tho
plant of tlio Staten Island .Clay
Company, near here, was complet
ely destroyed by firo early tins
morning. J. Edward Addicts was
the heaviest stockholder.
The works wore at one timejhe
largest clay textile manufactory in
the world. The damage to build
ings and machinery is over $50,000
It's folly to suffer from that.horrible
plague of the night, itching piles.
Doan's Ointment cures, quickly an cl
permanently. At any drug store, 00
cents.
Deatli o Denny VValksr.
Denny Walker who formcily lived
in Spruance City died at Odessa, on
Monday and his funeral took place
today. He was 23 years of # age.
Funeral of J. Brockson.
The funeral of James BrocUson, of
Clayton, -took place this morning.
Services were |field at the house and
iuterinent. at Odil Fellow's Cemetery, I
1
Smvrna.
lie was born in Newcastle County
in 1818. Clarence V. Blockson of this
city is his son.
W* Recommend,
three kiuds ot oauned goods: UoaeysuekH
corn, 21o. per can fl. 145 per dozen; Solid Meat
Tomatoes 10c per can (1.15 ptr dozen; McKin
ley Sifted Pen.«, 15c. pur
$1.85 per itonen;
D. VV. Lynch & Co.'a. 4th and Mad i* on ; j
bthaud Kiug.
repeated calls the door was burst
open..
- They found her dead body on ths j
bed while Illuminating gas from tbs (
gas stove and gas jet poured freely
into the room.
•she left the following note presum.,
ably for her lover. "Beef, I love you]
and no hodvjbut you, My Beef, myl
Beet.
name for her lover. a
The police were not,Hied and Ser*]
geant Keller made an investigation
and reported the case to Deputy Cor* I
oner Chandler whotook charge of ths
remains.
J t is said that Beef is a nick- 1
i -
CONDEMNED
MEN ESCAPED
I
Pittsburg, Jan. 30.—Between ♦
and 5 o'clock this morning Edward
and Jack Biddle, in the Allegheny
county jail,under sentence of deatll
for the murder of a Groceryman
|K»hney, 12th 'of April last escaped
from the jail, reaching freedom
tbruugh the stteet door of the War
den's residence,
Erom what can be learned it
seems that one oi the Biddle boy*
!feigned illness, bringing several of
the guards to their dungeon cells,
The guards, iu attending to their
wants, threw off the steel rod whtcfr
bolted both doors.
hospital for medicine. The Biddle*
made a desperate rush from their
cells, grappled with the remaining:
thref guards,.thrust them behind
the cell doors aud shot the bolts to
phice. When the guard returned
from the hospital they overpowered
him, taking keys and revolver and
then threw him over a 10-loot rail
ing into the corridor below, 'hurt
ing him severely. They then went
to the jail office, opening the doors
us they went.
One of the guards went to the
Later in for mat ion'says the the es
cape. was tiie most daring attempted
in this city, and its successful execu
tion proves the desperate character
of the two condemned murderers.
The escape was made by sawing tho
bars of their cells,
the tools with which to do this is yet
ttn known.
llow they got
They in some manner
were armed, as they had a revolver,
with which they shot one of theguards
ight guards on duty were
James McGarry and Reynolds. Me
Garry's duties were to look after the
The
front, office and at Intervals make a
trip through the corridors to see that
all was right, and Guard Reynolds
was stationed just inside, tue gates.
McGarry was sent to the Borneo
pathia Hospital, lie had .been at
tacked and beaten on the head with
the hutt^
been pi.cffed up bodily and thrown
over a railing sixteen feet high, an J
received additional injuries iu his
terrible fall on the stone floor. IIis
skull was fractured and at the hospi
he was unable to tell anything of
the escape, as he was iu a semi-con
scious condition. It is'thought his
ru-JInjurioa will prove fatal,
Guard Reynolds was also sent to
the hospital. Ills injuries consisted
a severe bullet wound and ugly
[cuts in his head. - It is not known
[what the extent of his injuries are,
hut they are serious.
Nothing has vet been obtained
from either of the guards as to the
escape, as they were handled very
roughly and both may die, and were
evidently overpowered so quickly
that they could not offer any resist*
ance.
Do liatl
III or a r
ffvor.
Deputy Warden Marshall, when ho
found affairs in a state of confusion,
was dumfounded for a moment as to
what had happened. Rushing out
doors leading from the office back in
to-the jail a hasty glance showed
neither of the night guards on duty,
but they were quickly seen lying un
conscious. A hasty g'anco showed
the ceils of the Biddles open, and
then the meaning of The condition
of affairs Hashed on his mind. Ha
sounded a warning an$ notified War
den l*. J. Soffel, Jr., who lives with
family in tiie portion of tiie jail
fronting on lloasand Fortress streets,
CLEARING
J
A large force of workmen are still
eugaged in clearing away the debris
from the P., W & B. pattern shop
which was partly destroyed by fire
ou Monday evening last. In this
work many patterns which were notl
destroyed beyond use have been found.
On the day following the fire General
Superintendent E. L. Brooks came to
Wilmington and made an examine- ,
tlon of the burned building. He
praised the local Fire Department)
and expressed general salisactlon
ith the way the tire was managed
hotfi on the part of the ofllcials of
the rtailroafl Company and the fira- [
men. Tho loss to the building wilt '
amount to about S3,500 which ll
covered by the Company's own insur- [
ance. -The loss on the contents ha !
not been estimated as yet. The
"Work at rebuilding will be started
as soon as the debris Is all removed. ,
ltlCHARDSOK'S ROLLER HILLS.
and cuilom work done at abort uot ice.
Flour exchanged for wheat. Feed griudtuf
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