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THE PHILADELPHIA TIMES. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 20, 189G. WORDS M III There Are Thousands Who Need Help. Why They Suffer-How They Can Get Relief. Oh! what misery, what suffering, what anxiety and despair is endured by thou Bauds of poor 8 utter log women. They are women with pale faces, tired eyes and drawn, weary looks, who feel sickly and wore out. Their lives are darkened aud they feel blue and depressed because they are troubled with some female complaint which gives them no rest. They suffer sllemty. patiently, and too often they keep on su fieri ag. There seems to be no relief! Pay after day. they are tortured with headaches, backaches, pains in the limbs, bearing down pains pains everywhere. They suffer from dizziness, faintness, disordered stomach, nervousness, moodiness. They seem to be afflicted with almost every disease that was ever known. No wonder that such women cry for help au ask despairingly, "Is there nothing I c.n take to get rid of these awful feelings?' 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Ahraham StelnL.A ar Jennie Cooper. William Mehoney - Laura R. Bonsall. Andrew Buckaza hd Mary Artem. Andrew R. Poulson and Jennie Cosgrave. William S. Johnson and Kate Matthews. Edgar R. Sparks and Addie J. Everest. John C. Allen and Florence E. Adams. John T. O'Neill and Mary McGovern. William W. Davis and Emma Gransfield. James B. Stewart and Margaret E. Williams. George H. Hughes and Emma C. Wilson. James Regan and Nora McCann. Howard McAdam and AnDie C. Simon. Patrick Horken and Maggie Harrington. Oscar Kunz and Kate Bower. Charles Moll and Louisa Schneider. Ellwood B. Voorheea and Sadie E. Rawley. Harry Kleckner and Alice M. Mauger. William F. Devlin and Clara J. Lents. John F. Eraser and Julia Scanlon. George W. Duemler and Emma F. Hermann. James J. Marra and Rose A. Donohue. Edward H. Thomas and Mary Duff. Augustus C. Moyer and Jennie H. Leeds. John W. Simpson and Mary T. Comerford. MARRIED. BISHOP GREENE. On the 23d Instant, at 2336 North Seventeenth street, by Rev. W. E. England. TIIKOluHtK BISHOP and Miss MAMIE A. GREENE, both of Philadelphia. BR AMLEY DA VENPOKT. On March 7. 1896 hy Rev. G. V7 Finlaw. pastor of Stratford M E. Church, at his residence, 315 Benson street Camden. N. J.. Mr. CHARLES D. BrtAMLKY to Miss CLAUDA DAVENPORT, both of Clifton Heights. Pa. CHAPMAN-FORD. At the Evangelical Lutheran Church of I he Holy Communion, on Wednesday. April 22. JSflli, hy the Rev. Joseph A. Nelas, D. I).. LL. P., Mr. JAMES P. CHAPMAN and Miss FLORENCE AN TOM A FORD, both of this city. CHEAN FILE. April 21, 18f8, by Rev. W. H. Hurreii. 43 Cooper street, Camden, N. J.. Mr. vtu.LJA.M j. riiKA.N to Miss MINNIE FILE, ituiu Di f ounneipQia. UANDY-BONNER. April 20. 1896. by Rev. W. ii. tturreu, 4J cooper street, Camden. N. J. Mr. WILLIAM E. C.ANDY to Miss ANNIE nw.M-.K, ooin or rnuaueiptiia. HUFFINGHOLMES. At 121 North Tenth street, Camden, N. J., April 21, 1895. by Rev. Sanford M. Nichols, pastor of Bethanv M. E. Church. Mr. CHARLES HUFFING to Miss .ii lia nuL.M, noia or Philadelphia. Pa. JlKBARTH M'CLELLAN. On Wednesday. April 22. 1K96. hy Rev. Charles Miller, of Brooklyn. N. Y.. Miss ELIZABETH M'CLELLAN of xrju aawr. ra., to ur.UKUUKKT J1EBARTH of Brooklyn. niTi- tmim.v-At the parnoaace of the Knighn Avenue M. E. Church, Camden, on the .-mi msiiiHi, uy ine uct. j. u. surtees. Mr. WILLIAM T. POTTS, nf Camden, to Miss nuitiAitr.xn diiuvi., or t nuaueipnia. ROSE GREAR. At the First Mnrnvi rhnM.h Fairmount avenue and Seventeenth street, April X' '"'. aia.u iu)r; ana airs. "rnie, t . utfr.AU, DOtn or Philadelphia. SIMPSON-HERTLINE.-Aprll 19. 1896, by Rev, tv. n. vnn norn, at his resittenct:, " Kalghn avenue, Camden. WILLIAM H. SIMPSON und o. xiciuiji.in, oi i'Diiaueipnia. 1IKD. Ahern, John H, Baker, John W. Barnard, Sarah A. ' Barrett, John. Bower, Henry, A. 80. Brndfield, Jennie. Bradley, Sarah. Burke. Charles, 26. Carroll. John. Champion, John, 43. Colefl-sb. Mrs. M. Connor, John. Crawford. Lizzie. Darby, Herbert A. 40. Denny. Addie M. 24. Dtvinney. Annie. Eekbardt, Anna W.77, Faulkner, .Innies P. Gettings. John J. 23. Goethei, Lonis.i. 24. Griffith, Cynthia, 3. Guise. Anthony. Haigh, Samuel, 72. Harrison, Edward. HtlleKasa.Catharine A, Horner, Mary, tH. Hough, Grace A. T. Hull. Mary. f6, John. Anna. 32. Jones. Jegse, 88. Kaiinweiler, Isaac, 61. Kennedy, Eliza L. Knight, Franklin, 72. Lacey, Catharine. Leary, Frances J. Little. John C. 77. McAnlrland, Cath. 52. .Met onnell. Jane. McFarland. Walter. Mcl'enk, Annie. Mather, Mary R. 86. Perkins, Thomas P. Reinbart. John. 72. Rogers, Katharine B. Sh-intz, Ella E. 48. Smith, Elizabeth. 60. Smith, John W. 82. Somerset. Ann'e E. Starr. Benjamin A. Stephens, Rachel, 45. Stiuson, Patrick. 81. Straube. Augusta. 81. Swan. Laura B. 10. Taylor, James. Toner. Dennis H. 78. Van Hook. Mary A. Wallace, Elgarda T. Walton, Josiah, 76. Wells, Frank, 41. Whipple. Caroline M. Yeakel, Christian, 75. Am--K.vOn April 27. 1H96, JOHN H , SC of S.e8 m the Iilte Mary A. Ahern. ResVence, (K7 south Sixth street. Due notice M the funeral will be given. An? vvY? Jne 26,0 Infant. GEORGE S. ALBANY, aged 38 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, oo Wednesday at 1 o'clock, from the residence of his brother, Reece Albany, Crozierville. Dels-ware county. Pa. Interment at Calvary Ceme- BAJi?-aD 4be 24t.b iDtn. SARAH K. BAILY. aged 84. Funeral on Third dav, the 2Mb instant, at 10 o clock from Friends' Meeting House, Haddonfleld. N. J. BAR-r? Api? im- J0HN W.. son nf William D. and Martin E. Baker seed 21 tb8; o2 d.nT" V Fun services this after-Ji rf 1 i? lor?' flt tbe fwitt' realdence. i41 Darlen street, BARNARD.-On April 27, 1896. SARAH A widow of William C. Barnard. Residence 1343 South Seventh street. Due notice of the funeral wtii he given. BARRETT. On th 26tb lnt...TOHN BARRETT Fanernl on Wedncnilny mnrnfng at 8 30 o'clwk' nX1! J1" J",e residence. 2655 Fremont itrect ' BS"X2nh HENRI The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeml ser-Tices, en Thursday, the 3oth Inst., at 2 P m at his late residence, 627 Green street. Interment private. ' BUKK. On the 26th Instant. CHARLES BTJRK Jr., sen of Charles and Sarah Burk. aged 26 years. Funeral serrlceg to-day at 2 o'clock at bis parents' residence. No. 2955 Fraokford ave- BRA T FIELD. On Saturday, April 25. 1896, JENNIE, beloved wife of Loo Is Bradneld. The funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the residence of her Bister. Elizabeth Hart. 1210 Myrtle street. Twelfth and Poplar. Interment at Holy Crons Cemetery. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. BRADLEY. Oo the 26th Inst.. SARAH, wife of the late Thomas Bradley. Funeral on Wednesday at 8.30 A.M., from the residence of her aon-in-law. James K. Webster. 3008 Lancaster avenoe. BtTTON.-On the 2Sth Instant. WILLIAM, the bod of Matilda and the late William Button, aged 39 years. The relatives and friends of the family, also the employes of the Mldvale Steel Company, are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Saturdar afternoon at 3 o'clock, from his late residence. 510 Wayne street. tiermantowD. Intenrent at Northwood Cemetery. BCZBY. On April 25. 19. CLARA, wife of William C. Buzbv. and daughter of John F. and the late Sophia E. Smedley. In her 29th year. Funeral on Wednesday afiemoon at 2 o'clock, from her late residence, Ashland street, FraokfonL CARROLL. a April 27. 189fl. JOHN CARROLL. Fuoeral this moraine at K."tf o'clock, frnm his late residence, fc30 North Fifteenth street. CHAMPION. On the 27th Inst.. Captain JOHN CHAMPION, aged 43 years. Funeral on Friday afternoon t 1 o'clock, from his late residence, No. 618 R d street. COLFLESH On April 2, ISftfl, Mrs. M. COL-FLESH. Funeral this morning at 11 o'clock, from the resideuceot Rodman Mlcbener, Bustle-ton. CONNOR. Suddenly, on fiunday, April 2. 1896, JOHN, beloved husband of Mary Connor. The funeral will take place on Wednesday morning at 7.30 o'clock, from his late residence, 1714 Grayson street. Seveuteeuth and Falr-lnount avenue. Thence to the Church of the O.esu. where a Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated for the happy repose of hie soul, at 9 o'""ock precisely. Interment at the Cathedral Ce .etery. Relatives and friends of the family; al o theemployea of Hoopes & Tow a send Foun- ! dry and the St. Matthias Yearly Association, I are respectfully invitea to attend CRAWFORD.-On April 25. 1896. LIZZIE. of F. Alexander Crawford and daughter of the late Ephratm and Rebecca Shaw. The relatives and friends of the family are Invited to attend the funeral services, oo Wednesday afternooo at 2 o'clock, from her late residence. 1108 Fitzgerald street. Eleventh and Ritner streets. Iutermeut private. DARBY. Suddenly, on the 25th instant. HER- HKKi" albkkt pak n i . aged 4t years, nus- band of Hannah Hey Iarby. Funeral services I to-day, zutn instant, at tne t nurcn or tne in- i carnation, Broad and Jefferson streets, at 3 o'clock. wNY. On the 2fith Instant. ADDIE M.. wife of oadiuel L. Denny and daughter of Mary C. and the late Jacob L. Keaton, In the 24th year of her age. Funeral this afternoon at 1 o'clock, from her mother's residence, No. 832 Percy street, above Ninth and Poplar streets. DIVINXEY On April 25, 1896. ANNIE, daughter of Catharine and tbe late Thomas Divln-ney. Funeral this morning at 8 o'clock, from the residence of ber aunt, Mrs. Ellen Becker, No. 2214 Cross street. ECKr.ARDT. On the 27th Instant, ANNA W.. relict of William F. Eckhardt. In her 77th year Funeral services on Thursday afternoon at 2 o llock, at the residence of George G. Paul. No. 816 North Sixth street. FA t'LK N ER. On the 2Cth Inst.. JAMES P., son of Catharine and the late Patrick Faulkner. Funeral on Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock, from bis late residence. 2-'il4 Walnut street. GETTINGS. On April 27. 1MW, at Jenkintown, JOHN JOSEPH, beloved son of John and Margaret Gettings, aged 22 years. 11 months and 11 days. Due notice of the funeral will be. given, from the residence of his parents. No. 206 Walnut street, Jenkintown. GOKTHEL On the 24th inst., LOUISA, daughter of Barbara and tbe late Frederick Goethei in her 24th year, f uneral on veunesoay at a o'clock, from her late residence, 2232 North Twenty-eighth street. GRIFFITH. On April 27. 1896, CYNTHIA, daughter of William C. and the late Laura K. Griffith, aged 3 years. Funeral thfs afternoon, April 29, at 1 o'clock. 2118 Carlisle street. HAIGH. On the 26th Instant. SAMUEL HAIGII, aged 72 years. Funeral services this afternoon at 1 o'clock, at bis late residence, No. 2237 Hancock street. HARRKECHT. On the 28th Of April, 1S96, JOSEPH F. HARBRECHT. Due notice of the funeral will be given, from the residence of bis son-in-law, Mr. William F. Graves. 332 Jarvls street. HERON On Saturdar, April 25,1896. CHARLES FRANCIS, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heron. The funeral will take place on Tuesday morn- i Ing at 7.30 o'clock, from bis late residence, 1405 North Eighteenth street. Thence to the Church of tbe Gesu, where a Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated for the happy repose of bis soul, at 9 o'clock precisely. Interment at the Cathedral Cemetery. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. HILL. On the 25th Instant, ANGELINA, wife of William Hill, aged 00 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully incited to atlend tbe funeral, on Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock, from the residence of her husband, 4729 Adallne street, off Fortv-seveiith and above Woodland avenue. West Philadelphia. High Mass at St. Fmncls De Sales. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. HILLEGASS At Pennsbnrg. Pa., on April 20, 1896. CATHERINE A., wife Of Dr. John G. HUlegass, aged 64 years. TbH relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, from her husband's residence, Pennsburg, Pa. Carriages will meet trains at Pennsburg. HOL'GH.-On April 27. 1896, GRACE A., daughter of John and Annie Houch. aged 7 years and 6 months. Funeral this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from ber parents' residence, Spring avenue, Ardmore, Pa. JENKINS. Od the 27th Instant, MARY ANN JENKINS, aged 82 years. The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the Methodist Episcopal Home, corner Thirteenth and Lehigh aveuue. on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, ".iterment at Leveriugtou Cemetery. J.)HN. On the 2tb of April, 18!t6. ANNA, be loved wire or .losepn ,mnn ann osugiirer oi Valentine and Theresa Wiptler, aged 32 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on. Friday morning at 10 o'clock, from her late residence, 4438 Dexter street, Manayunk. High i Mass at St. Mary's Church. Interment at St. Mary's Cemetery, Hoxborough. i JONES. On the 2Hth Inst.. Captain JESSE JONES, aged 88 years. Funeral services Wed- I nesday morning at 11 o'clock, at the residence j of his son-in-law. Captain George Nichols, 419 i Monmouth street. Gloucester City, N. J. KAHN WEil.ER. On the 27th instant, ISAAC M. K A H N W KILE It, aged hi years, funeral ser- vices on Thursday at 10.80 o'clock, at his late I residence, 1742 Green street. J KEKLER In Buckingham, on April 2!i. EDWARD H. KF.ELEH. aced 27 years. Fu-ni?ral from his late residence on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. KENNEDY . O n the 2ith Inst.. ELIZA L., widow of Alexander Kennedy. Funeral from her late residence, near Kim-Iwrton, Pa.. Thursday morning. April 30, leaving the house at 11 o'clock. Interment at Morris Cemetery. Carriages will meet. the Philadelphia and He' lng train leaving Market street Terminal 7 o A.M. .arriving at Kimherton 9.20. Relatives and friends are Invited without further notice. KNIGHT. On the 27rh Instant, at Machpelab. N. C, FRANKLIN KNIGHT, aged 72 years. Dae notice of the funeral will be given. LACEY. On the 2oth of April. CATHARINE, widow of the late Lawrence Lacey. Funeral on Thursday morning at B.ftO o'clock, from her late residence, 1755 WoKlntock street. LEAHY. On April 27. 181)3, FRANCIS JAMES, son of Daniel and Kate Leary, nged 10 months and 7 days. Funeral this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his parents. No. 5t7 Dauphin street. LITTLE. On tbe 26th Instant, JOHN C. LITTLE, aged 74 years. The relatives are respeetfuMy invited to attend tbe funeral, on Wednesday at 12 o'clock, from bis late residence, 2M Turner street. Services at Pitman M. E. Church, Twenty-ihird and Lombard streets, at 1 o'clock precisely, to which friends are invited. Interment at Mt. Mori&b. M'ANIRLAND On the 26th Instant. CATHARINE, wife of James McAnfrlnnd. aged 52 years. Funeral on Thursday moraine at S.SO o'clock, from her husband's residence, SUO North Eighteenth street. M'CONNELL. On April 2. 1SW, JANE, widow of tbe late Robert McConnell. Funeral oi Wednesday. 2!th instant, at 1 o'clock, from the residence of ber son. Mr. John H. McConnell, No. 2011 Bainbrtdge street. M'FARLAND. Suddenly, on the 2flth instant, WALTER D.. son of George H. and Elizabeth McFarland, aged 1 year, 1 month and 12 days. Funeral services to-day at 2 o'clock, at his parents' residence, 71 South Sixteenth street. M'PEAK. April 26. 1MHI, ANNIE M'PEAK. Fu neral this morning at 8 o'clock, from her late residence, 811 South Ninth street. MATHER. On Fourth month. 27th, 18D6, MARY il. .M A t rir.lv, in ber stilb year. Relatives anu ineuda are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from Friends' Meeting House, Langhorne, on Fourth day, Fourth month, 29th, at 3 o'clock P. M. WENKE. On the 26th inst., ANNIE LOUISA. the wife of Herman Menke. aged 63 vears. The relatives and friends of the family are re-Sfiectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from th residenee of her Bon-in-law, 2130 Bellevue street. Interment at Bellevue Cemetery. NELSON.-On April 25. ISOfl. SARAH E., daugh ter oi jaujcn sou .ii anna .cinrn. seed lv years. Funeral on Wednesday.' 2Hth Instant, at 2 o'clock, from the residence of her mother. 1638 Fitzwater street. NOONAN. On the 27th Instant, PATRICK J., tbe husband of Mary A. and the son of Johanna and tbe late James Noonan, aged 33 vears. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfullv invited to attend the funeral n Thursday morning at 8.30 o'clock, from his late residence, 778 Uucknell street. Twentv-fourth nud Brown streets. Solemn High Mass at St. Francis' Church. Interment at Most Holy Redeemer. PERKINS. On the 2Sth instant, THOMAS P., son oi james ana Mary rerains, aged 6 weeks. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attepd the funeral, on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, from his parents' residence, 1717 Pearl street. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. PRICE. On the 2th Instant. SAMUEL V son or tne late luisna and Rachel Price, in the ftOth year of bis age. The relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services, at his late residence. No. 160 Flower street, on Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Interment at Mount Peace Cemetery. : BEINHABT. On April 26, 1896. JOHN REIN- H AKT, Sr.. formerly of Alzenan. Bavaria, in bis 72d year. Funeral this morning at 8 o'clock, fnun his late residence, on Twenty -eighth street, aoove epringeid avenue, coeitnut uiu. ROGERS At Lawrence, L. I., on Monday mora- Hi. Anril 27. KATHERINE HEDNER iA OERS, wife of Edward L. Rogers and daughter oi ine late James w. bapers, or rnuanemma. Funeral services at Church of the Holr Trin ity on Thursday morning, 30 Instant, at 10 o clock. BOWE On April 27, 1896. JANE, wife of the isie Matt new Kowe, aged w jears. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfullv invited to attend the funeral ser- vicea. on Friday at 1 o'clock, from her late residence, 1126 Olive street. Interment at Hill side Cemetery, private. SEVERER. Oo the 28th Instant. BENJAMIN' B beloved son of Theodore V. and Roxanna Se-eras, nee Batten, aged 24 years, 7 months and io aavs. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfnllv invited to attend the funeral, on Fridar afternoon. Mar 1. ItSfi- at 2 o'clock. from bis parents' residence, 929 jfcestfra ave nue, Camden, N. J. SHANTZ. On the 2Mb Instant. ELLA E.. wife of B. W. Sbantz. in her 4th year. Funeral services at the Chestnut Hill M. E. Church, on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o clock. SHAW. On April 25, 1896. ROSE, wife of Harrr C Shaw Jr.. ased 29 rears. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock, from the residence of her husband, 4506 Fairmount avenue. West Philadelphia. High Mass at Our Mother of Sorrows' Church. Interment at Holy Cross cemetery. SMITH.-On the 2fith instant. ELIZABETH LOC-1SA, wife of Samuel F. Smith and eldest dangfa- ter of the late Edward w. t:arr. in tne euta year of her age. Funeral service at her late residence, 3506 North Broad street, on Thursday. 30th Instant, at 8 P. M. SOMERSET On Anril 26. 1S96. ANNIE ELIZA. widow of the late William Somerset. Funeral services on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock, at her late residence. No. 4153 Mala street, Manayunk. j STARR. Suddenly, on April 27. BEN J A- MIN A. STARR. Funeral services on Thurs day afternoon at 1 o'clock, at tbe residence of bis son. No. 7 Clifton avenue, nercbantrille, N. J. 8TEPHENS. On April 27, 1896. RACHEL, wife or ?amuei u. Mepnens. agea 40 years, r u-neral on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from her husband's residence. 412 North Forty-second street. West Philadelphia. STINSON. On the 26th instant, at his late resi dence, northeast corner of Twentieth and i il bert. PATRICK STINSON. in the 81st year of bis age. Solemn Requiem Mass at the Cathedral on vteonesuuy morning at io o eiocn, SULLIVAN. On the 28th Instant. ELIZABETH daughter of John j. and Mary Sullivan, aged 3 years snd 1 month. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend tne funeral, on Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock, from her parents' residence. 2209 .South Fifth street. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. SWAN. On the 26th Instant. LAURA B., only child of Snencer B. and the late Ella lwan. aged 10 years. Funeral from the residence of her aunt. Mrs. Whitely, 20U3 East Cumberland street, on Wednesday, tne inn mat ant, at z P. M. TAYLOR. On th 25th Instant, JAMES TAYLOR. Funeral on Wednesday at 2 o'clock, from the residence of bis son-in-law, Aaron Palmer, 6717 Woodland avenue. TONER. On tbe 27th Instant, DENIS M. TONER, father of the Ber. George B. Toner. sued 78 vears. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday morning at 8H' o'clock, from bis late residence, 4061 Lancaster avenue. Solemn Requiem Mass at Our Mother of Sorrows' Church. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. WALLACE. On April 26. 190, ELGARDA TENNIS, daughter of James F. and Ida F. Wallace, aged 14 months. Funeral services on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at her parents' residence. 1228 Reed street. WALTON. -JOSIAH WALTON, on April 26. 1896, In his 76tb year. Funeral at the Some r ton M. E. Church to-day at 2.30 P. M. WELLS. Od the 2Mb Instant, FRANK WELLS, aged 41 years. Funeral at Smyrna, Delaware, on Wednesday, 29th Instant, at 10.30 A. M. WHIPPLE. On the 26th Instant, at the residence of her son-tn-law, Charles Peering, Evans-ton. 111.. CAROLINE MARY COOKE, wife of General William D. Whipple. U. 8. A. WORRELL On the 22ft luKtant. MARY T., wife of Joseph M. Worrell. Funeral on Thursday, April 30, at 1 o'clock, from tbe residence of her husband, Upper Darby, Delaware county. Pa. YEAKEL On the 27th instant, at North Wales, CHRISTIAN lEAKfcL. aged 7& years. Funeral on Friday afternoon. May 1. CEMETERY LOTS MT. MORIAH CEMETERY; SODDING graves and lots; garden work; orders received. City Office. 20 South BROAD, second-story hack. SPECIAL NOTICES nKSOFFICE OF ALLOWAY AND LK-i Q LINTON RAILROAD COMPANY. April 11, 1896. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A special meeting of the Stockholders of the ALLOWAY AND QUINTON RAILROAD COMPANY will he held at the office of tbe said Company, S. E. Cor. Delaware and Federal Sts. .Camden, N. J., on SATURDAY. May 2. 1M6. at 10.15 o'clock. A. M , for the purpose of taking Into consideration, and voting hy ballot for, the adoption or rejection of a Joint agreement of consolidation aud merger between the West Jersey Railroad Company, thu Alloway and Qui n ton Railroad Company, tbe West Jersey aud Atlantic Railroad Company, the Caindcu and Atlantic Kniiroau Company, tbe t helaea Branch Railroad Company and the Philadelphia. Marlton and Medford Railroad Company, all corporations ex- ii iuc unoer me laws oi tne Mate or ow jersey, Into one company, to be entitled the WEST JER- M-.Y AMI SKASHOKE RAILROAD COMPANY which said agreement has been duly entered Into ann executed ny tbe said several omimnles re spectively, as by law required. The Board of Directors, hy appropriate action, ha vine directed sucn meeting io ne cauen. JAMES R. MCLIJRE. Secretary f-5fe0FFICE OF THE WEST JERSEY RAILROAD COMPANY. April 11, lh96. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A special meeting of the Stockholders of the WEST JERSEY RAILROAD COMPANY will be held at tbe office of tbe snld Company, Southeast Corner Delaware and Federal Streets. Camden, N. J., on SATURDAY. May 2. 1896. at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of taking Into consideration, and voting by ballot for, the adoption or rejection of a Joint agreement of consolidation and merger between the West Jersey Railroad Corn- pany, the Alloway and Quinton Railroad Com- puny, the nest Jersey and Atlantic Railroad Company, tbe Camden and Atlantic Railroad Company, the Chelsea Branch Railroad Company and the Philadelphia. Marlton and Medford Railroad Company, all corporations existing under the laws of the State of New Jersey, into one company, to he entitled the WEST .IKRSEY AND SEASHORE RAILROAD COMPANY, which said agreement has been duly entered Into and executed hy tbe said several Companies respectively, as bv law required. The Board of Directors, hy appropriate action, having directed such meeting to be call led. JAMES R. M'CLURE, Secretary. rSsOFFICE OF THE PHILADELPHIA, LK-Ti MARLTON AND MEDI'ORD RAIL- ROAD COMPANY. April 11. 1896. INU IH. K TU & ItK'R HlfLI (KKS. A special meeting of the Stockholders of the PHILADELPHIA, MARLTON AND MEDFORD RAILROAD COMPANY will be held at the office of the said company. Southeast Corner Delaware and Federal Streets. Camden. N. J., on SATURDAY. May 2. 1896, at 10.45 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of taking Into consideration, and voting hy ballot for. tbe adoption or rejection of a Joint agreement of consolidation aud merger between tbe West Jersey Railroad Company, tbe Alloway and Quinton Railroad Company, the West Jersey snd Atlantic Railroad Company, the Camden and Atlantic Railroad Company, the Chelsea Branch Railroad Company and the Philadelphia. Marlton and Medford Railroad Company, all corporations existing under the laws of the State ofr New Jersey, into one Company, to be entitled the WEST JERSEY AND SEASHORE RAILROAD COMPANY, which said agreement has been duly entered Into and executed by the said several Companies respectively, as hy law required. The Board of Directors, by appropriate action, having directed such meeting to be calllcd. JAMES R. M'CLURE. Secretary. rt?11 OFFICE OF CHELSEA BRANCH LK-2i RAILROAD COMPANY. April 11. ISOfl. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A special meeting of tbe Stockholders of the CHELSEA BRANCH RAILROAD COMPANY, will be beld at the office of the BHld Company. Southeast Corner of Delaware and Federul Streets, Camden. N. J., on SATURDAY, May 2. at 10.45 o'clock A, M., for tbe purpose of takine into cons deration, and voting hy ballot for. tbe adoption or rejection of n juiui msreeuieMi m cousuiioauou aim merger ne-tween the West Jersey Railroad Company, the Alloway and Quinton Railroad Company, the West Jersey and Atlantic Railroad Company, tbe Camden and Atlantic Railroad Company, tbe Chelsea Branch Railroad Company and the Fhtl-adelobla. Marlton and Medford Rail.-Yiml Com pany, all corporations existing under the laws of ine mure oi rsew jersey, iiito one vorapany, to be entitled the WEST JERSEY AND SEASHORE RAILROAD COMPANY, which said agreement I has been duly entered into ami executeJ hy the ' Said ficvcrnl Crnmanip rusnpf tivolr hp Inn required. The Bonn! of Directors, by appropriate action, having directed such meeting to he called JAMES R. M'CLURE, Secretary. r-aOFFICE OF THE CAMDEN AND LKi ATLANTIC RAILROAD COMPANY. April 11, lr-WJ. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A special meetini? of the Stockholders of the CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD COMPANY will be beld at the office of the said Company. Southeast Corner Delaware and Federal Streets, Camden, N. J., on SATURDAY, May 2. 1KUG, at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of taking into consideration, and voting by ballot for. the adoption or rejection of a joint agreement of ''onaol I elation snd merger between the West Jersey Railroad Company, tbe Alloway snd Quinton Railroad Company, the West .lerser and Atlantic Railroad Company, the Camden and Atlantic Railroad Company, the Chelsea Branch Railroad Company aud the Philadelphia, Marlton and Med font Railroad Company, all corporations existing under tbe laws of the State of New .Terser, Into one company, to be entitled tbe WEST JFRKRY AND SEASHORE RAILROAD COMPANY, which said agreement has been dnly entered Into and executed by tbe said Several Companies respectively, as by law required. The Board of Directors, by appropriate action, baring directed sucb meeting to be called. JAMES R. U'CLl'RE, Secretary. , SPECIAL NOTICES n-tirfcsOFFICE OF THE WEST JERSEY AND Lk-KA1'LAN"TI0 RAILROAD COMPANY. April U. 1896. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A Special meeting of the Stockholders of the WEST JERSEY AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD COMPANY will be held st tbe the office of the said Company. Southeast Corner Delaware and Federal Streets, Camden, N. J-. on SATURDAY. May 2, Is9, at 10.30 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of taking into consideration, and voting by ballot for. the adoption or rejection of a joint agreement of consolidation and merger between the West Jersey Railroad Company, tbe Ai'oway and Quia ton Railroad Company, the West Jersey and Atlantic Railroad Com pany , tbe Ca md en and Atlantic Rail.-oad Company, the Chelsea Branch Railroad Company and the Philadelphia, Marlton and Medford Kail-road Company, all corporations existing under tbe laws of tbe State of New Jersey. Into one Company, to be entitled the WEST JERSEY AND SEASHORE RAILROAD COMPANY, which said agreement has been duly entered Into and exe cuted bv tbe said several Companies respectively, as by law required. The Board of Directors, by appropriate action, having directed such meeting to be called. JAMES R. M'CLURE. Secretary. ANNUAL MEETINGS rj-s, NOTICE. NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD CO. The Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of the Norfolk and Western Railroad Company will be held on WEDNESDAY, tbe sixth day of May, 18U6, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tbe office of the Company, In tbe city of Roanoke, Virginia, when an election will be held for thirteen directors for the ennuing yeat, and such other business transacted as may properly come before tbe meeting. The transfer books will be closed from 3 o'clock P. M. April 18, 1896, until 9 o'clock A. U. May 8, 1896. A. J. HEMPHILL. Secretary. April 13, 1896. ry-rOFFICB OF THE UNITED GAS LK IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, D REX EL BUILDING. Philadelphia. April 22. 1896. The Annual Meeting of tbe Stockholders of The United Gss Improvement Company will be held at tbe company's office, Drexel Building, Philadelphia. MONDAY. MAY 4. at 12 o'clock noon, when an election Will be held for a President and six (6 Directors, to serve for the ensuing year, and sncb other business transacted aa may be brongbt before tbe meeting. The stock transfer boobs will be closed from S P. M . Tuesday, April 28, until 10 A. M Tuesday, May 5. EDWARD C. LEE, Secretary. PPSS, NOTICE THE ANNUALMEETIn6 LK-l2iof the Shareholders of the Southern Pennsylvania Railway and Mining Company, for the election of a President and Board of Six Directors, and for the transaction of other business, will be held at the office of tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Broad Street Station, Philadelphia, Pa., on Monday, tbe 4th day of May, 1896, between tbe hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P. M. W. L. RITCHEY, Secretary. AMUSEMENTS A CADEMY OF MCSIC. To-Morrow at the Walnut St. Ttwatr.B A.M. Begins tbe Seat Sale for tbe Presentation of Cast comprises William H. Crane. Robert Ta- ner. josenn rioiiann. josenn , enerson. &t v. Goodwin. E. M. Holland. Francis Wilson. Mrs, John Drew, Julia Marlowe Taber, Fanny Rice. PRICES. J5.00. 43.50. 2.5f. wuAts, tza.uu ana f.ii.wj. Brochures containing pictures and biographies oi tne piayers now on sate ai ine oox omce. rnce, one. GRAND SUCCESS MERCHANTS' WEEK AT Philadelphia Bourse Exhibition Department Open Every Evening 6 A. M. TO 10 P. M. Promenade Concerts, Three Orchestras. 2 to 10 P. M. Free Samples Cooking Demonstrations. BKAPTIFUL EXHIBITS. ADMISSION FREE. EVERYBODY INVITED. 4 CADEMY OF MUSIC. - THE STODDARD. LAST LECTURE. FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 1. i LAST AND ffilft ONLY TIME OF Mil" Seats, 75c.. $1. Admission. &0c. Ticket! at 1221 Chestnut Street. THE BIJOU. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE From 12 M. to 10.30 P. M. DRAWING ROOM VAUDEVILLE. A GRAND NEW BILL EVERY WEEK. THE FAMOUS CRAC.GS. MR AND MRS. SIDNEY DREW. MAXWELL AND SIMPSON. STANTON AND COKRI, SMITH AND CAMPBELL. FORTY OTHERS. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S THEATRE. Reserved Orchestra. We. I Orchestra 250. Balcony .25c. I Gallery 15c. CHESTNUT STREET OPERA HOUSE. THIS AND NEXT WEEK. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. EXCELLS10R, JR., MATINEE TO DAY. With PAY TEMPLETON and a Great Cast. CHESTNCT STREET THEATRE Krerjr Evening. Only Matinee Saturdar. LAST WEEK Next Week Rice's Burlesque, Utile Christopher. J ROAD STREET THEATRE. Every Evening-. Only Matinee Saturday. Last Times Stnnge and Edwards' Opera. MAHELRINE, or The MrtRle Ktes. Neit WeeK-DELLA FOX COMIC Ol'KHA CO. CHESTS t'T ST. OPERA HOUSE. MAY FETE Professional Matinee Fri. Afternoon, May 1. TUB DANCING LESSON. Lueien O. Carpenter, Mail re de Danse. Little Gertie Cochran, the Mental Wonder. Admission, Mie. Reserved, 7fic., $1. Secure scats. I n7 EVERY EVENING. MATS. THURS. & SAT. SECOND WEEK OF Seats now on sale at USUAL PLACES and at BAMSD ELL'S. 1111 Chestnut. jQRAND OPERA DOUSE EXTRA. SEAT SALE BEGINS TO-MORROW Hinrlcbs' Grand Opera Company, under the management of Mr. Louis S. Fleishman. Rep. Mon., "II Trovatore;' Tues.. "Faust:" Wed., "Aida: Thure. and Sat. Mat, "Boh. Girl;" Fri., "Huguenots;" Sat. Night, "William Tell." Pop. prices, 25c., 50c., 76c.. $1. Mat.. 25c. and 50c. Seats at Grand Opera House and 1119 Chestnut Street. ME ENTAL TRAINING AND FKKMJIV Aii UUHUKH. MISS LELIA E. FATKIIK1E, Instructor and Lecturer. Mental Training Classes, Culture Clubs and Private Pupils. RTCDIO. 1710 CHESTNUT STREET. Evening Classes at Reduced Rates. Students may begin the Course at any time. RAND OPERA HOUSE. To-nieht-DON CAESAR DE BAZAN. Tburs. and Friday nights and Sat. Mat., Tbe Lady of Lyons. Sat. night (last performance) Grand Triple BUI, ALNITT. Bargain Mat To-Day. 60c. Adm. TdltE Aubrey Boncleault, Sadie Marrlnot. Edgar L. Davenport and others. BROAD STREET THEATRE. THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 4 O'CLOCK. MATINEE SONG RECITAL. Mrs. Helen Boice Hunslcker, Soprano. Reserved Seats, (1.50, $1.00, 75c. aud 50c. 'V'N'm AND ARCH MUSEUM, .ol Fat Women's Boot Blacking- Contest. Grand Pie Eating Match. Mile Flossie. World's Strongest Woman. Continuous Vaudeville in Theatre. TEN CENTS ADMITS TO ALL. XTEW CENTURY DRAWING ROOM. i FRIDAY EVENING. MAT 1. HENRY RECITAL AND CONCERT. Tickets. 50c. and $1 at 1221 CHESTNUT ST. wm ZITHER LYCEUM. Vine, below Elebth. Matinee To-Day. 2.15: Evening, 8.15. FRENCH GAIETY CIKLS' BURLESQUE COMPANY. GIRARD AVENUE THEATRE. Every Night, 8.15. Mats. Wed. and Sstuxday. THE IRISH HEIRESS. Mrs. Dion Boncicanlt Specially En-aced. Neit week-A MOUT OFF. ? TOE i WHICH TAKES PLACE FMAY, MAY i A x us U IrUUUUV Miss ray SHARPLESS BROTH Y far the strongest here to-day in Women's Tailor Goat Lace Oxford Shoes at $1.38. WOMEN'S TAILOR-MADE DRESSES AT HALF PRICES The headlines tell the story without wasting words, and tell it truthfully, too. Came from a prominent New York manufacturer who is noted from one end of the country to the other for his superior skill and taste. The prices at which we propose selling the dresses would not pay for the material alone. Fashionable fabrics, exquisitely finished in every detail the jacket being three-quarter lined with fine silk. $5.00 the Suit Regular prices $10 and $12. A HUNDRED FINE SUITS Just a hundred in this lot and some of their kind have been sold at $40. There isn't a Suit in the collection worth less than $20, but we banish all thought of profit by making the uniform price $10 the Suit Rich tafl'eta and printed warp taffeta silks are generously used in the linings of the jackets. VICTORIA LAWNS Sheer and fine quality. J Or. tbe yard instead of 20c 1'2'Ae. tbe yard instead of 25c. 15c. tbe yard instead of 3l)o. LINEN BATISTE When this store says Linen it meanslinen all linen. And this is all linen at a cotton price 37ic. the yard instead of 50c. CHESTNUTS-EIGHTH AMUSEMENTS BASE BALL. Pbilsda. Ball Psrk. Broad and Huntingdon. ChampiiDshlp Game To-Dar. NEW YoltK vs. PHILADELPHIA. General Admission, 25c. Play at 3.30. BASE BALL. LAFAYETTE s. PENNSYLVANIA. To-day at 3.30 P. M at Franklin Field. Thirty-third and Spruce Streets. Admission, &0 cents. Reserved Seats 25 cents extra. IJWREPAUGH'S. - This week the Stock Co. in A MATINEE EVERY DAY. WIT MAIDSE Claire and the Forgemaster. Next week St'k Co., NATIONAL. MATIN ER TO-MORROW. Palmer & Knowlee Peerless Production, the ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS. THURSDAY AT S. 25CENTS. CtREAT EPROPEAN MFSEUM. 70S CHESTS' nut Street. 2,0(10 extraordinary wonders of nature. Open from 8 A. M. until 10 P. M. For gentlemen only. Admission. 10c. ELEVENTH STREET OPERA HOl'SE. DI'MIIXT'S MINSTRELS POSITIVELY LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON. Matioees Wednesday and Saturday, 25c. iDARD. CHARLES L. DAVIS. IN STAR THEATRE MERRY-GO-ROUND. PICKANINNY MINSTRELS. CONTINUOUS SHOW 1 TO II P. H. PERSONAL Barlow's Indigo Blue THE FAMILY WASH BLUE. ALWAYS RE LIABLE. For aale by all groc?rs. D. S. WII.TBERHER. 233 NORTH SECOND Street, Phlladelnhls. TOILET PAPER 0b,!,pJES5S 8 for 25c PAPER BAG. PAPER AND TWINE STORE, 1S MARKET STREET. MOTH PROOF PAPER BAGS. AT WILSON'S TEA HOUSE. 1321 PASSYTNK Aye. Free demonstration. Our lireut 'TARIJA Blend Tea. 15c. pound; seTen for one dollar. MRS. HOFFMAN. BUSINESS CLAIRVOY-ant. tells names of ber Tisltors and name In full of the one you marry. 505 FRANKLIN St. DR. DeHARDT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS. $1. Sold by Druggists. OIBce. 20D N. NINTH. HEADQUARTERS FOR RUBBER GOODS. R. LEVK'K S SON & CO.. 720-1230 Chestnut. HELP WANTED WANTED AN IDEA. WHO CAN THINK of some simple thine to patent? Protect your Ideas: they nmy bring you weitlth. Write John Wedderburn A Co.. Patent Attorneys. Wash ington. D. C. for tbelr $1,600 prize otter and list of two hundred inventions wanted. ACTIVE YOUNG MAN. WITH FIRST-CLASS references, for wholesale hardware bouse; If quick to learo experience not necessary; $12. lid oria nun street. MEN TO TAKE ORDERS IN EVERY TOWN sad city; no delivering; good wages: pay weekly; no capital; steady work. GLEN BROS., Rochester. N Y. WANTED CHAIN MAKERS ON LIGHT block chain. State experience and wages. Address A. 23, this office. - DRUGS WANTED, REGISTERED MANA-ger, with good reference; call. 1800 North Eleventh Street. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY COACHMAN. HAV-lng excellent references, desires position. Address Coachman, 65 IngersoU Grove, Springfield, Ma sb. A RESPECTABLE LADY WOULD XX. like to have offices to clean can give arood refereoce. Address G. 7, i imes omce. AGENTS WANTED GENTS WANTED AGENTS ARE WANTED A in every locality to sell bv subscription "ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND MEN OF WAR TIMES." by A. K. McClurs. Very liberal terms will be fflveo. Address THE TIMES. EIGHTH snd CHESTNUT. Philadelphia. SEWING MACHINES DON'T BE FOOLISH AND PAY $50 OR ft for a vibrating shuttle macbine or $1S to $20 for an Imitation. You can get the genuine, the very best for $20.00 cash, or $25.00, at $1 per week. Trial free. All makes. Send postal. 917 ARCH STREET. STORAGE EQUITABLE STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 1420 and 1431 RACE Street; separate storage for furniture and merchandise: packing and moving: LOANS. THOMAS A. KERSHAW, Proprietor. DRUGS EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO HOUSE-cleanlng. also to keep your- winter clothes fresh snd sweet, you can get at WIOKHAM'S Cut Bate Drug Store, 1028 MARKET Street. price attractions ever Black Striped Pekin Silks at 29c. the yard; - Made Dresses at $5.00, and Women's Tan BLACK STRIPED PEKIN SILKS These silks have never been sold for less than 65c. the yard, hence the remarkableness of our offer will be understood when you are told that we have made the price on this lot 29c. the Yard The stripes are shown in eight different widths. CHANGEABLE TAFFETAS A very interesting collection forto-day'sspecial bargain sale, in a particularly attractive assortment of colorings, 58c. the yard instead of 75c. FANCY SILKS Twenty-two pieces of some of the choicest Fancy Silks imported this season, much be low the customary retail price, which is ruling everywhere bat here at 75c. Our special figure is 39c. the yard. WOMEN'S SHOES Two bargains to-day of the highest possible type. Correct styles, excellent leathers and every other good point, with especial emphasis upon the prices. Women's Paris kid button and lace shoes, with razor toes, tipped with patent leather. and firxible sewed soles, tl.55 the pair instead of $2.50. Women's Tun Goat Lace Ox fords, in the latest fashionable style, until razor toes and hand-sewed turned soles, $1.38 the pair, instead of $2.00. ENGLISH MOHAIR SICILIAN 50 inches wide and of a particularly rich black of rare depth. 39c. the yard instead of 75c. PIANOS. ORGANS. ETC. BARGAINS WOOD PIANO tOO BRAIint RY Jlffl WATERS $H() 5 MONTHLY. Pinnos reDtod, rent allowed it puri'hiised. ratnlopues. SAML. 8CHEUZEB. 53 N. EIGHTH Street. IN APRIL AND MAY You clean house and buy new furniture. Those artistic NEW BY EVANS PIANOS fitly adorn any parlor. Can also sell you something cheaper, cash or time. ROCFIOLL C-J40NL NINTH ST. gCHlCKERIxd PARLOR GIUKDTORio W-Siliual price. $1,200; necond hand, first-clias condition: a splendid piano for a school room, large hall or hotel parlor; will sell st low price. ULTTON'S. 1115 CHESTNUT Street. rfto GEO. R. FLEMINO CO.. V-U CHESTNUT STREET. New Pianos, 1150 to $700. Mnny makes. Used Pianos. $,'0 to $275. Mostly Uprights. Payment $5, $6, $s, $10 and $15 per month. TUNING and REPAIRING Bargains In fine uprights and snnnre pianos. KNABE. 637 NORTH EIGHTH Street. E?1IICKERING GRAND: ORIGINAL MT-SUprlee, $1,500; second hand, first-class repair; will sell chesp; s rare bargain for some music teacher or hall. IH'TTON'S. 1115 CHESTNUT Street. JCAEPECLEANING QUAKER CITY CARPET CLEANING CO.. THIRD ab. POPLAR. At that very low price, two ceuts per yard. Remove all moths. Call for anil return them within twenty-four hours free. Insurance guaranteed. Our work Is nrst-clnss. combined wllU the BEST SERVICE. Telephone. 4.044. I ENTERPRISE eXSPET OI.EASIXO WORK'S J 1431 North TWENTY-FIRST Street. Carpets cleaned, 3c. yard. HAULING FREE. PEERLESS CARPET CLEANING WORKS (ISO North BROAD Street. Carpets cleaned and laid, 5c. a yard. O C. YARDMODEli CARPET CLEANING d Works. 010 S. Seventeenth. Hniiling free. BILLIARDS AND POOL I MILLIARDS, POOL. COMBINATION TABLES; new and second-hand gools and trimmings; repairs sod alterations; shuilleboards; 'fittings; best material and workmanship. TAYLOR Jt LSONJL40 South BROAD Street. lILLIARPS. POOL AND COMBINATION TA- J hies; new and second-band; also shuule- boards; repairing. T. CLARKE & CO.. 2419 N. FRONT Street. FOB SALE SOPA FOUNTAINS, ALL SIZES, RENTED snd sold ou easy pnymeuts; soda water aud sj-mps suplied.UKEKN & SONS, 1415 VINE. IjoolT billiakdTcombination TAllLES"; Slnitfleboards. Second-band tables elieup. FRANK BOSATTA, 22 South EIGHTH St. T REMINGTON TYPEWRITER IN GOOD CON'-kv dltion, $25; call and examine. WALL PAPER WALL PArER BARGAINS. White Backs, 4c. ; Uold Papers, 8c. Thomas u. nrni.EV. Samples sent free. 941-43 PASSTDNK Are. T H. DEBUS, 2018 RIDGE AVE.. FORMERLY -s.. st 212 Master Street. LOST AND FOUND S2o REWARD-LOST IN TOILET ROOM uoDuneniai hoeoi or TicinitT. one check-book on Brooklyn Trust Co. and uiemoran- j uiim uuut juiiiHiiiiug p (nipm. uaa cnecu or no talue except owner; payment of check stopped; above reward will be pnhl on delivery of both books to Wro. Whitney, Manager Hotel Hanover. MEDICAL M' RS. DR. YANNB. BH8 N. 10TH ST.; 10 years successful einerleuce in all female troubles and irregularities; first-class home for Isdles before and during confinement: Infants adopted; trained nurses; strictly confidential; satisfaction guaranteed. ATTORNEYS-AT-IAW AUGUST BUETTNER, ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law. Advice Free. Suits pros, ecuted ard defended In sll courts; eighteen years' experience: highest refereoce given. ROOMS 1009 and 1U10 BETZ BUILDING. HAT RENOVATING S1.00 FOR NEW HAT MADE FROM OLD ONE, no matter bow bad it looks; new style, eeior, finish, trimmings; satisfaction guaranteed; Silk Hats. $2 50: colored soft bats, $1.25. 1537 FILBERT Street. MACHINERY. TOOLS, ETC OF ALL SIZES ROUND AND SUUABB. WILLIAM ECKBOLD SONS. 1S53 FRANKFORD AVE., above Girsrd Ave. GROCERIES VO PREMIUMS DRINK 20C. COFFEE; YOU ii will want It again: broken tea, 15c., ennui to )c. PLUNKETT, H08 SPRING GARDEN St. TRUSSES CO af". SINGLE ELASTIC TRUSS; Dot O O . VJ 1 ble. $5. Lady attendant. t l-AltU. 1UUO Bl'lil.NU UAKDrjS. ERS shown in this store are UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY Prices are smaller than in other stores because of our exceptional buying facilities. You can save money on every purchase without half trying. UNDERWEAR Women's fine ribbed cotton Vests, with biRli aud low neck. Ion; and short sleeves or no sleeves at all, in white and ecru. le. each. '"Seconda" of the 25c. kind. Women's extra fine nlbrigsan Vests, with long or short sleeves, 25c each instead of 50c. Men's fine pray mixed Balbriggan Shirts ft&d Drawers, finished with pearl buttons and taped seams, 29c. the garment instead of 50c. Children's fine Gaczo Shirts, with hich neck, short sleeves and regular made rnfl's; knee leneth pants of the same quality, 19c. the garment instead of 35c. HOSIERY Women's fine Kicheliea ribbed Lisle Thread Hose, in fast black and rtiet shades, with double heels aud toes, 29c. the pair. Keduced from 50c. Men's fast black Cotton Hose, with white polka dots, extra douMe heels and toes, 16c tbe pair instead of 25c. PILLOW CASES Unbleached muslin, which will whiten with the washing and wear longer than the bleached. 5. each. Reduced from 10c. 6c. each. Reduced from 11c BELTS Almost enough to girdle the State, with a buckle at each town. Black silk with silver, gilt, oxidized and black buckles. 25c. 5-row spangied and celluloid, in cold, silver, black, white and iridescent e fleets, 2.5c. White kid with covered, gilt and nickel hackles, linen with gilt and nickel bnvkles, white duck with covered hnckles, imitation: allieator with silt and nickel buckles, and colored grain leather with covered gilt aud nickel buckles, 25c. Regularly 50c. snd T5c. STREETS ATSTATE FOR SALE IMPROVED ntOI'KKTY-t'IT 4rjL FOR SALENEW HOUSES. 3li-3-4fl N. jLii Fifteen ill Street, built by A. M. 7.:.ne. run-tniuinj-f 1U rooiilB; ucsu (paused in fUAfu, orE-m.-insliip and comfort; erytttul el):iniiiif ;s. electric aitacliments. stationary wasii-tnti.s ."itj oveiv conveofer.ee; these houses can be lioitRbt chenn upon terms to suit purchaser, as they are tiie last of tlie operation; open fur lnsj,ei'ti'in DANIEL M. FOX it SONS, Kullltt HuiMiug. WEST Pllir.AIi;iiI'IHA Jte FOR ftALK !M1R to .r021 WESTMINSTER Hu Avemm- front poreliea mitl yni(l; Ints. WJ; water closet, porcelain tub In batb: tile vestibules and mantel; stiitUtnary whkIiuIio; c. 31:ir cemented; beater mid rsnye. GEOIt'iH W. HAN-COt'K, 40th and Lancaster Ave., 4iW tiirard lil is. Jt? WHAT HAVE YOD TO OFFER FOTt juii.$ti.ot'0 equity fa an Acihler gentleman's residence, fl.OOU etjuitv in a CaunleQ house ini4 :.uiu eipiity in a BHlefonte. Pu.. n-siiieni e ? No reasonable offer refused. P. 0. Box Mi.s IMiil. EE ALLSTATE JF OBEEN'T 1 M 1 it O V Kl PKO P K It TV ClTl TO LET, $12. NEW FIVE ROOM BRICK jiiiii house; all motlera improvnifins; cms. b;tih, hot and cold water, rane. heater, uinierilniin. cemented yard, cellar, front pavement: brown stone trlmmlnjfs; "3i tinrrilt Street, beluw Heed, bet, a.td & 24 tli. MeKeuna, 15.12 I'ulnt Hreeze Av. sriu khan M FOR RENT GAR DFX SrOT FOR PPM--tfrtJl. mer home; city and country combined; (Snivel's lune; lli rooms, 2 bnth rooms, stable. 4 ntalla; large lawn; beautiful view of Whiteuirirsh Valley. J. 13. JOSLIN & Cu., and 1220 FILltKRT Street. i ntsisiii i) 3k TO LKT COMMOWOrS OOTTAOE. FCf JtHL ly equipped, in the l'oeono Mouuiains; fr particulars upply to tbe Summit Huuse, Swift Water. Monroe comity. Pa. 15 1 M ENS ROOMS ANI OFKIUK". TPCRNISHF.D PARLOR FOR RENT. PUIT- A abl for doctor's ottice. Address E. 16, Times Otlice. .11 ILLS, FAC'TOHIES, ETC. 3 FLOORS, 2.500 SQI'ARE FEET EACH. TO reut. with power and heat, in new biUMInc. corner Bread and New streets: Iltflit on four sides. Apply to J. F. MTLOSKKV, 211 New St. MONEY TO LOAN OOnn AAA TO LOAN. 1)0 YOU WANT .IA17UI TO BORROW? WE HAVB $-00.0410 to loan on watches, diamonds, pianos, furniture and clothing at the lowest raLes. Will also store Roods with or without loans. M'OAHIIY'S LOAN OFFICE. FIFTH and VINE. COOfl AAA TRUST FUNDS to loan UIUt7.UI on in uiortKaces at the lowest current market rates. Some gf them can be repaid in initalment. B. F. TELLER & BRO. 606 CHESTNUT St. BARRELS OF MONEY TO LOAN At 1, 2 and 3 per rent, on diamonds, watches, jewels, etc. Nothinir over 5 per cent. ItlPOE AVE. MONEY LOAN OFFICE. 2322 RIDGE Avenue, above COLUMBIA Ave. S450.000 gaces; city oi MORT- Baces: city or country: low est rates of interest. KNOWLAN, DONOVAN St CO.. 132S ARCH Street. IIRERAL LOANS ON DIAMONDS. WATCHES, J Jewelry, plftuos, furniture, bicycles, nothing and nil kinds of merchandise. KENNEDY & BRO.. 16 North ELEVENTH St. .t ,v-v OwOVlUU TO LOAN LOW AS S AND 4 per cent, on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, mdse. RIEDER'S LOAN OFFICE. Corner TWENTY-SECOND snd SOUTH. -TOU CAN BORROW MONEY ON YOUR FUR. X niture, piano, merchandise, etc. NORTH EASTERN STORAGE HOUSE. 1517 GERMANTOWN AVENUE. fONKY TRUST FUND OF $50.0110 FOR .Iv I mi ortgages In sums to suit; lowest rates. STOLL & CLAYTON, 1415 CHESTNUT Street. BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES 2500BicycleBargains $5 up 5O0 second-hand to select from.. Ramblers. $t, $20 and Crescents. (ilone, $19: Victors. $-0; I'olumhias. New 1SW 1'enuaats, O. & J. detachable tires. $42.50 each; othera, new, at S29, $&, $.19, $45: thirty different makes, pew, to select from. We unden-ell tbem all. HeraldCyde Co. 923 Arch QOT SPOT CASH BUYOtaUNCHT 4 stl" " reliahte bicycle, for business or pleasure. NATIONAL CYCLE CO.. 1507 COLUMBIA Avenue. Open evenings until 6 o'clock. Send stamp for circular. LOANS AND MORTGAGES fii(;(iftnnw loan on mort- 0-tOtJt gages; city or suburban; lowest rates of Interest. KNOWLAN, DONOVAN ft CO., 1328 ARCH Street. M ONEY MORTGAGES AND building association loans. on loans, first nr si ARTHUR HOSWELI. 016 WALNUT Street. DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY T-vRKSSMAKINO SUITSMADEFORSIX DOL- if lars, to ta of work shown. ce tbe tit and style: sanj lint Nortb Sixteenth Street. GOWNS FROM PARIS.AND LONDON MOD-els made at 1803 GIRARD Avenue I ' perfect ' fitting; prices moderate. v,

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