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THE SUN.
!
WH-ilvTI^TOTOISr, DELAWARE.
MONDAY. DKUEMltKll 27 . 18 !) 7 .
. . H'BLISIIKH.
CLEMENT II. CONtilKi.N, . .
Entered at the Wilmington Post Office as Second Class Matter
BUSINESS OFFICE AND KUITOKIAL BOOMS. No. It);; East Sixth Street.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1507 .
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT, No. 100 } East Sixth Street.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE.
Room No. Oil Walnut Stivet.
THE SEN is published every day in the voar and is distributed throughout
the City of Wilmington and tlu* State of Delaware by authorized agents. Kubscnp
tiias should be-ent to the publication otfice hyjmail or telephone.
' ;
Good Morning.
MiU'ottn, Del,, Dec. 24 .—Cnl. E. T. C i iper ha-* retained Ex-Cbaueellor .lames L.
Wolcott and Levi C. Bird as counsel to defend him in the suit for libel entered In
J. Edward Addi-ks.
I
•jwr should have engaged a skilled neurologist instead of a lawyt
Colonel (A
■r.
rk trying t«> secure the |
William M. Si\gi:kly lias statctl that the ollicials are at
indebtedness of the ('hestnut Street National Hank, with a vie
untary liquidation. What Mr. Singcrly says is true. No man e
ever w ill lo.-e anything thiougl
cause for i.nxiet v
if g"ing into v«d
wr Inst, und no man I
gerlv, and there is absolutely no I
Willia
M. Si:
i
1
the part of those interested in the bank.
kknou Bi MiM-a.L, of i >hio, lias changed his mind, and lias decided to luiw no
(
s "i hat the t inn* for pro par
ball in h<
at ion is t
to aid the poor"—an
pity that the latter
give the Jeffersimi:
spasmodic fashion.
iis second inauguration, for the reas«
a short, and that the tin
»r of
led might better go
ll is II I
voiild be expel
•dlelicv
constrain the party t
s principle and ex|
explanation which mix
ileration, if not the former,
canimt
C' Ills
simplicity scheme a trial up
the deelnrnti'in "f
An A.wot'M
imliarly timcl> t > the ('hristmas season is
m
:m j
in Dawson City,
of recent arrivals from the Yuk
lb 're like!v to be anv.
K il* IS
that there is
Much suff'Tiiitr froi
io famine
cold there must be. both because many
vaa tents, and als
to make their way through
will last until
f the people in that place are sheltered only by eat
I'causc many
who had not enough supplies for the
the c»ld and the
vinter a
hack to civilization,
xpeditions arrive, and this is go
re trying
Bui the loud in Dawsn
sme
the relief
il no
■la-s of the "key to the Pacilic*'
Somk idea of the com| ositioii of the laboring
may
he obtained from theotlieial figures sent in by Cnited States Consul < icncritl Hay
The sugar planters of Hawaii have bad much trouble on account of desc:
•sc laborers, of the 22 ,(KM) laborers
wood.
the plantalthiis
.tract Cliinese ami Bill
linns i if .lap:
ese ami ('hi,
fiiO'.l were (•.,in met .laiuiiiese, -V.'s.'i free ,la|ianese, In."
ilitieal
(if such is the islaml wlmse iieiqile are tn tv taken into 1
f IV ( hiliese.
•elianie.
er ami a
e piality
illi the intelligent American fan
c of
News has as much w i-d<
Cotton ( rowers' Pr-itcctivc
limi was a corn grow ingi
A M'GGi-xnox
i.ade by the ('hiirlcst*
as any
Associ
the five resolutions adopted by the Amcrici
a:ion! One hundrul years ago South (':
ing Stale. ••What was done
heat grow
be done nowin.-ist s The
il
e huiiflrcd years ago
ed by a long and stumbling experience that cotton does
•oinmunitY can thrive
ut
News.
"We have pm
of w heat as tlie'staff of life.'and that no
take 11
wlmse only
pltic
e for market."
iiamifactnring industry is that of ginning the till
- act iv
lirsl half of
Tin-: ('onimlsville e. .ke re
'I lltlpivce
for ll.*
ity; and arc
onncllsv ill
.
mark
high w ater
hi! .' lit- tv:mhed the
La.-I \Yee.< tli
1 st»s are
eight.
it h lie
oft Ik year.'.M2i
eai>
it \ i- the inabi'it \
it* 11 1 number of ea
I- Wie:.;:
i • il mil
if t ll i - I"
lie
P
Iluini's, S
Di'lllw :ii'i'
Tim W.'.mi
h ■ . n.t.-.t
pa
fl'i » I. ll
l
Who li cl i 1 be
w
it and i
this e
ill tt 'li
rates !
And \et
g UK
temp
Wi'mi:
our •
are in a '/!■•.it u.< : sur
a* Wiim'm 1 ■ • 11 — 1 !■;• at
»f
All lull.'
■put.
Wl . e
Tin: L-rngui •>. Am •:
iiiiK lb n
..f the interests of tlie great !»*d\
1st
mli.il
i" *
si■>l in i!i" Imililin;: nf ..1
ITS, ll 'll ■ li aim
kll .1 "f r l'al .IS,
r l he
li
lie wheeling illti l"e-t t lie !11i Lit • • \\ - -f a
v 11uinufact!i ivi
or :iny
I,a |.I'm|,t vi ,|
Cllll).- Mil III" Ill
ity a:
rare- tie- Lea:
'k
vlicclitiir. a
of
tat*'
inlate dub lie;
v.'lo i inten-t
h* d 'riv.-d from tlm m
-Mil l io||
a id e ur.rol. for t h r a v ,i- 1 1 * iIt! 1 1*i! a- a
I tend
sport a
lit of at 11 let i'" CMp;i *it ie.
V other. But
to
i -i It get- to be a di.-lincl * \
le," of Sped
L-ft.g b tin* opini<
ilative inti
tci
of the great body ol it- a
•inhers, i
Ill
true sp
mlig lie!
oil I lie (Mini
i • 11111 _\.
■m 11,..
I','.'III. ill ill t III- I .TI' 1,1
11 j« 11 til or .■
iyalioi
\ .lit\
hi. v •!. r.ii'o in Min I -n
ik•! attempt 111 anticipat" 1 la
verdict •
We t
moralizing featuie
uharaetcr of t he ii,
and di-just mg 11 .ah *u
I if sll dl
|e|*.-J
11 >un lh"m. lb.: w lull We
at tent ii
to
1 1 ■ \ 1
me of wll.
W lieeluicl
|j
\ellt ll
]UI e.
at sill.
■ycling to
•re-t
I i'll bid illtefo-'t ill
lalural and
nnliealtliv
* ii * I i n:ir.\ ni
mill In-in*'. Will..
frills l-i rll tin
me e Olid not ll
H'l'S.-l'nl, fill' 11-1
I III- -ll
ll t I. -I
the
Y-'t the
Li ngiii- In it-elf
i>n
I'lti.
Ilf I hi- lll'i Villi' -11. ■ 1 • 11 1: 1 1 lull.
Ii id ii - 1 -nl iimiii- hr ii.-'-d i
I Iii- wa
ll- of A mrr
" prr
mt be repeated. Th-* olli.-er. of 1 h>> Lea;
hicli should
trr-rl it at i Ve- ni ll
S.UIlls ill' ...ill
\*»*In-i-11111 ■:! lire I
u hn I'lij'iy sjs'l'l, Iml
I 'll
Iml -|. i,-l I" hr lirallIll'll
ni" I 1111 liII ing, anil I lire will
I h- v « on!
h ipt' 11
it
I" isi'inil i>r*if'it .It -
n -1 il nl i
mi'll, huts.
I
Miss Marie 1 'eimiek, who luis Uen til ;
is improving
s is improving lifter
i
Miss Kiiiina I •*
a Imiji illness.
(ieurge (i. liussell, of iK lmar, is visit
ing in 111is city. j
Miss liiillie Canienni is spending I lie j
! linliilavs in Kiktmi.
nli :
Blythe s|ient Christina- 1
friends in 1'liiladelpliia.
I*r. .lainar and daughters, of Elktmi.
, have lieett visiting in this eity.
Mrs. .Inliii II. l'riee, of New York, is
l lie guest of Wilmington friends.
Miss A. Louise Elliott lias issued cards j
for a tea, on Friday from 4 to(i.
.losepli lhisey, of tleorges' College, is
1 spending the holidays in this cit-v. I
! James T. llarhert is spending the holi
davs with relatives in Washington.
I
'
11 ell TV
!
Wesley liarner, of Princeton College,
is sjwnding the holidays in this eity.
Miss Sherley Deputy, of Newark, is I
visiting Miss ,11111a Croves, this city.
Kona Mitchell is entertaining;
Miss Flora Foeimnel, of Camden, N. . 1 .
Betel le, of Philadelphia. |
; is visiting Howard V. Truman, this city. .
Merill Driscoll of this city has been |
the guest ol E. W. Kyoii, ol lieorgelow n. ;
* from i
holidays. •
Howard E
I
Miss Helen IVnnypacker is lu
| Washington for the ( hristmas
Mrs. ('liarles <
I bet
ling nf ilii.- eity
n \ i.-it ing her parents at M. t ie«
has
lor, Jr., and Joe
J;
i*s Ta
I
in this i
ui-ees. lime been vi.-ilmg
i *;• (
1 citv.
left this city bn |
.Miss Katie Pie lias
;
ill sj end the holi
liere she
N."
ark,
•I Philadelphia, i
days.
•oldie Evans,
Ali.-s l
I is lhe g
t'.iis city.
Mi>. .lane Jans ier, of this city,
guest ol her son \\ m. C. ,Janvier, of Me
I Mi>. Ilarr
MIadlc\ .
1 tollougll.
Mrs. Thomas M. Devonshire, win
been visiting liere. has returned to
cus Hook.
Mur -1
!
!
i
at j
W. Abbott and son. of Mil-i
•sts ot Mrs. J. T. V. i
Willia
fold, am the gt
•, of this ditv is s
•ml
Miss ■
hi Bog
it ii her parents
g the iinhda\s
•Id.
t lies
Miss Alice Alexander, of this city i,»'
visiting iriends and relatives at Port Do- j
posit, Md.
Mr. Carson Boyd, of Centerville, Md.,
is the guest of Mr. Ccorgc S. Alimoiid. \
of this city.
O. T.
on Saturday evening
the holidays.
Thc Misses' McLaughlin, of this city
atv enierniniing .'liss Bessie Kuntz, ut'
New last ie.
Mrs. (.allies, of \\ illiaiiistowii, N. -I..
is tlic guest ot her mother, Mrs. Kichard-•
.-on. tiii.- city.
Miss Elsie j. sly II, win. has been visa
ing Miss Ola i„ \i null, "f Newark, has i
. .. - !
j ,'": 1
so
Earle, .if Lastmi, MU., arrived i
tills eity tn sjiem 1 \
Willard Deputy,
attei
ho
:ioo| in il.U i il\
-pel.dug the
j
j
Aliss Jennie I'in. ayson is entertaining
I the ,\1 l.-ses Ivsle
!
i
!. Jt.hn M. Hall, forme
iauelpt
vi.-il i.
Mrs. (
B *s.-le, ol 1 111 .
da
•il y

'" M
,,,,
Mi-:- IVl'liiU V
mull, -
i liu
■ .m il .1. Ihiil.
e a bui
H til.
won the beautiful
i ».u -;
at
I'tl's
Ma
till
Bev. i'. B.
1 l|(
• •j
1\
lei Alts.
\ i.-it mg
.•rt y'.
.Miss >
i.e m w .
\ i ... * I is ..
i- sp. .'i«iing ttie
ti. ai. r.uM
Mis> \
\ is.ling her I
Imh
1 k i M Jo|m Ve
Wiina
-. leit 1 In.- city for Am
and
11V
V..IK,
".it in (..
Tinioth\ iH ti i 1 1
Holm.
-
1 I !ie White
streets
in In.- bead by falling o
sat urd;
111 u se
cut a
11 (!»■
1 '''•;
III IIU
•I -cp gml
•nu ni. <
IlK >1
look three -lltciics
the
!o closl
' Wonlid.
Laff. of th
Job
leplllt
llgllH'E
•at U jimmgton. who
lltelif ot I he gUli
as l lie guest "1 Sergeant M. ( .
. dire
. and Ltemeiia
I».. w islies a I lapp\ Ne
an ait
\\ ii
* 1 11 Id i
ma
mingi'.u
•ave Dmi.ml.
De .j ci ai •
San Fi:\m i-.o, I hr. •_*.*). TI
in tin Durrani case exp
• tune has been sprung, and the at-,
hu iiess ol' t be
—t ■ 11.-. i
I i. ,ii
Meier are in the midst
at tempt to save I Min ant
January 7 . Laic
led m;
la-i
of
X( elite*
a

io)|| the Ci
lei
ilhda\ it, and Horace m
lilt
Ik.
juror
'1 ill! el 11 pi
1
Tlic ii I i'll lit \ il
soil;- thill f
nilll'I.
iiiloi'iiuit 10 it ■ o. I - thiii ho hi'li-'Mi! I lin
iii 1 iio
blit ol
I'lual inn
from
i tig t loin* >1 i 11 Dun
ed.
The M. D. I Inner
.ill- in (in
hat
hull ill-.* rli* si id S
-1.nl.
>'<-l< 1 "k this 11 n>r 11 • ng and 1 lie fm-ilitirs
it
I'.il- li-.hl 1112 li M'S I
iii.iil-'d. 1 hr
ig I'
-
Texas I'rairieoii Eire.
Four Wohtii, Te\.. Dec 2<\ A nrame
lire is raging in the great Pun Handle:
country, in Hall count \, and the raneli
nV efforts to control it
I well
.ave
futile.
It is io|iiii1eil 1 1 nit H(l() acres of glinting I
•r. mill the 1
less Ilf Stuek Mill IIIIKIIIIll III tll lllMllllls
1«»«1 '»'«• >*». .
(inve i liiUlren Strychnine
ened to kill her cliildren and herself,
Sis .lost:, Cal.. Dee. ah—The plant of,
the Standard Oil Company was de
si roved by tire vesterday. 1
.* 25 ,(MK). "Jerry O'Brien, a fireman, was
saturated with hurtling oil. and died. A
number of other (lersons were slightly
burned.
I'aiik iii \sat, N. I>., Fee. 2 lt.- I'lie wife
of Jacob I'eyer, living near ibis
poisoned tier four little cliildren with
strychnine and then took poison herself.
Sirs, i'eyer had quarreled with tier
husband and had several times tlueat
Itealli in Itiiniing Oil.
Die loss is
$ 10,000 Divided Among Miners.
Cuiitii: ('iu:i:k, Col., Dec. 2 d.—The
owners of all the large and prosperous
mines in this camp made a handsome
('hristmas present to their employes by
allowing full time for an idle day. The
gift in the aggregate amounts to about,
* 1 (JJKHJ; divided among several thousand
miners.
Deliver's New Trattie llitican.
Col.,
Hnw 1:1:,
Dee.
, TruHie II
The lirsl aim nf the
.lanuray I
\t. I ienver s lie
■au w
•perat i< »ns.
begin
bureau will he to prevail
lie
upon 11ie
railway companies to organize Denver ns
•tilling centre, I>\ m
discriminalion between the fi
akmg such
a iiiainil;
ales
Materials
niiuiufact tired
fact lit ers
ait
m 11 n
He in IH'liver.
BIG FREE SAMPLE TO AGENTS.
Sen vour address at once and
secure aycncy in vour town for
The Kin,"
Roach Food. Kills Cockroaches,
Ants and all liu^s. Send 2 c.
stamp for postage. Nat. Cheiii,
Co., Buffalo, N. Y'.
" lU T (i-MITK "
TAKE THEM IN TIE
The masses will have what
they want, cost what it may.
High-priced medicines have had
their day and the poor and af
'dieted may now enjoy the henc
fits of carefully prepared, pure
remedies at practically nominal
prj ceSt 'pl lc . physicians coll
* . . , _ * . ,
nectcd with Louisiana Specific
Laboratory have prepared a nuni
her of standard cures which are
offered to the public at the lowest
prices convenient with jmre
preparations.
'I'hcse standard cures cannot
be b .tight of (lrumuists. Bv settd
ino your orders direct to the
Louisiana
Specific I.ai>oT:Uorv,
■s, I.unisiana, you
receive pure, flesh
compounded and
nc su;c i
pn>:»cr!v
i uritos
careful!v imcI
'
: standard cures
uumher of :be
If iaken
lowu'v
tile
•>] Ve
reuu dv ms
upp.y will
hi ti:•( ■ u;
■i a n. ii'ianent
uvu *ru
| T y ( |7
t
H.
11
N: inc of Cure.
i Headaches
I < )C
•vers, Conors', ion, I nflam -
illation.
'is, C> ild g 1 >r otic a iiis i
.} I))spepsif».
Stoin.ich 'a: ns
lu
I )ist ascs ol the hca: l.
c<
Mi:
n:
i 7 Cotisiii'.ation,
acute.
i «'S Kliciitnalisin
malic Pain.
| i) Catarrh, c</k 1 in the head,
I ' etc.
10 Colic.
11 < ieiKTal I )ebil:ty.
12 Xervc Diseases, icquiriiig
'i'onics and Stimulauls.
: 13 Worms, fever caused
them.
1 • »c
Kliett
I < jC
IOC
I Sc
bv
j 14 Neuralgia, Neuralgic
pains.
15 Malaria.
16 Diarrhoea—Dyscuterv.
17 b'emale complaints (fullv
state your case).
iS Mali: complaints (fully .slate
your easel.
19 Scrofula, IIlotches nr Pim
ples.
20 Kidney Diseases.
21 Sore or Weak fives
I 2C
D ic
I 2c
Iuc
.S' >C
5 f)C
12 C
ioc
IuC
22 Dropsy.
27 Ulcerated or Sore 'J'hroat.
Blind, Bh-edino or
1 be
12C
24 Piles,
Itching.
25 Croup |r*y> : -"TJsc this and
call in a doctor instantly.
22 C
2 « >C
26 (ionorrhoca,
t h r ( or! a v
en re.
27 Kczcinn.
! -S 'Fonsilitis.
)c
16c
29 I ,-1 (Kippe, Iufiuenx.a.
3 <) I lay Fever.
Hie
I be
TAKE THEM IN TIE
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calious to tile
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