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DAILY REPUBLICAN.
•BcBSS W. VERNON dt BONN
rCBUSHEHB AND PKOPK1ETOKS.
THU Kb DAY. FEBRUARY 10.1800
NTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT
Wilmington, Del., as second-class mat
11 8-d&wtt
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srr
A NOTE.
ft&epnbllean " atm least!. In
•(natation. AUtenlwe where you
■•I the ano.t for your money and
(No " Means lean " te that paper.
na
Tub Democrats on the committee on
Klectioue in tho House of Kepresenta
tivea after a laborious season of hard
work have ftucoeeded iu whittling away
a majority of 3012 lor Washburn in
Minnesota to a majority of 165 for Ig
natius Donnelly a renegade Republi
can and now a rampant Greenback
Democrat. What the Democrats warn
is another Democratic vote in the
Honse, aud they oare not where it
eomes from or hew they get it so that
they only get it. If Washburn's ma
jority had been 20,000 the Democrats
oonld have easily fonnd some way foi
overcoming it and declaring that some
body els. was elected. The glaring at
tempt to steal Minnesota is so ontrage
ons and glaring api.os of monstrous in
justice that there are some Demo
crats who revolt from auy participation
in the attempt ard it may be barely
possible that the number is sufficiently
large to defeat tbe scheme. There is
one thing forces the Democrats in their
plundering attempt to steal Minnesota
and that is the effect it might have
npon the Democratic vote at the Presi
dential election. The people have got
so in the habit now of rebuking such
highhanded outrages at the polls that
the Democrats are now brought to hesi
tate before taking a final leap into tbe
dark abyss of fraud which already sur
rounds them like a cloud of darkness.
Bkveiul Rbpl'blicaks have gone in
pay th- ir tax-s to Mr. Eliason the
St. Georges collector, and he has re
fused to accept them, or we at least in
fer ae much from an article pubi shed
in last evening's ''Gazette." Of course
the latter upholds tbe collector simp'y
from the fact that a few votes will be
lost to the Republicans. Nothing more
eonld hare teen expected. Mr. Eli*,
son m<y if he feels like it ih-at hun
dreds ot Espubl'cus out of Iheir v tes
in St. Georges, and the State ont of
hundreds of dollars, that he might have
collected had he tried,but that amounts
to nothing. Mr. E iason it intimates
wont te bull-dozed into accenting these
taxes. Well th.t's tbe way to jut it.
Mr. Elia soa knows t'at these men are
aiaessed, and that they owe the county
taxes whic i he is ©Djoined to collect,
but he sees that by a .ceptiug such
taxes tbe persons who paid them will
be entitled to vote, and that wou.'d
never do in St Geejgea Hundred. Mean
while it will be noticed that there are a
larger number of disfranchised people
in St. Georges, aud that Mr. EiiasoD
though being collector of one of the
richest Hundreds in the County, it the
time Treasurer Herbert made hi
monthly report only a few days ago was
farther behind thi
any collector in
the County. EVhat Mr. Eliason refusrs
t» collect in St. Georges Hundred, will
have to be paid by other tax-payers.
Dant forget that, tax paying Irieuds.
Duplicates of assessment* have again
been posted in the respective wards,
this time by the Levy Court. They
are supposed to contain the names of
all peraons put upon the lists by the
assessors up to the second day of Feb
ruary, the last day in which they gat
at the City Hall. The names of the
places at which duplicates have b^n
hong up have not so far as we can as
certain been announced by the L*vy
Court, and consequently those who want
to see if they are assessed wi-1 have to
hunt them np in the
the best way tiny can. The Fourth
Ward list was hong up at the , fli*;t
W. LI. Brady, K.-q., whi
seen by ail who wish tor;;
that ward.
tl
<>i
'>ti.
of
it c .in be
| OV
i* 4 it from
The law n qui
that they
shall be hung up by the JO h instaut,
and consequently they may be l,e!di'
back in most of the wards until that!
ders!
date.
We would advise all our
who have been recently assessed to
hunt them up and aee that their names
havo not been
We would
state where the duplicates could he
foand if it was in
but as Boon as that knowledge comes
into our possession we will make it
littod.
o
power to do
so,
known.
It will scarcely be neces.^a'y for us 1
to urge our citizens to fill the Opera!
House to-night, on the appeal auce of j
lfesarB. Dillon and Murdock
behalf
of th« Irian famine htifferers,
presume that t)ie mere fact that t:.n
proceeds are to ^ given to the fu <]
fortiie relief of stifffl ing Ireland, will
be Buflclent to more tliau fill it. This
however nied u it det-r tho e wl:o have
& real sympathy f r the Iri-ih suflVfera
rom giving ibetn contribut ; ons for that
purpose, though they may n »t brf able
to get ac'.-sii to the Opera House. Wh
would advie*[a!l who waLt t) ex end a
helping hand to the good cause to go
to the Opera Hou3e to-night, and if
they cannot get inside* to heat the
speakers, to leave the price of the ad
mission ticket witU the ticket aj. ent.
Your fifty c^uts frill dp as much good
glveu in this way (as if you had got
i aside and heard the speakin-. At any
ate let the meeUi>{ be a large
f r we
*
{'
lie
|.a
the
ness
tive.
in
of
>>
*
The Oar's Lesson to Loam.
"Uneasy is the head that wean a
crown," is an old saying, the trnth of
whioh Is again exemplified by a third
attempt to take tbe life of the Cxar of
Russia. It has not been long since be
was shot at openly in the streets, and
more reoently an attempt was made to
blov up a railroad train in which he
was thought to be riding, aud on Tues
day he was attacked right in his home;
a mine laid in the Winter Palace was
sprang just when it was thonght the
Emperor would be going to hie dinner.
This is one of the most daring blows
yet directed at the life of the ruler
whose tyranny and'cruelty 'have made
him aD object of hatred to hie own peo
pie who should love, honor and respect
him. It shows that a religious enthu
siasm among.-t the people cannot be
stamped out by persecution, and it re
veals in a most startling manner the
far reaching skill of the Nihilists. No
matter how good or how bad tbe reli
gions feet may have been, a little reli
gions toleration would have made them
at least peacable subjects. Tbe Czar,
however, depending upon the great
strength of his Empire and the moral
foroe of the acknowledged power of
rulers, has twin so unwise as to light
np the fires of persecution against the
Nihilists, who only seem to increase
the faster as they are persecuted. The
Czar, already driven to the seclusion of
his pzlaie by tbe attacks made npon
him iu public places, only finds that
the conspiracy against him has not
only month, eyes and ears, hut strong
arms that reach within his very palace
and are ready to assail him at any mo
ment. The life led by a man in sneh a
condition of fear and suspension must
be to him a prolonged night ef terror,
and when it is remembered that the
Czar has npon his conscience the blond
of thousands of innooent victims, and
has been guilty of sending thonsands
more to spend the remnant of their
days amongst the eternal ice and snove
of Siberia, hie sufferings must be in
conoeivably horrible. There is only
one way by whioh the Emperor can
tarn aside the assassin's daggsr, thwart
the object cf the d.&dly pistol, and es
cape from explos ous from hidden
mines, and lhat way is by granting his
subjects religious liberty. The Czar of
all the Kussias, away off on the Eastern
end of Europe, h-mina i iu by ioehergs,
does not recogn.z# the fact that not
only the world is moving but that rtli
glous thought is also moving, and has
become the mainspring of all modern
revolutions. The time has come in the
world's history when the mind, the im
mortal part of man, asserts its superior
ity aud refuses to be bound by priestly
interdicts aud hollow sounding canons,
t'rance, Prussia, Italy, Austria aud
other European nations have been oom
pdled to acknowledge the superiority
of mind over matter, and have released
their subjects from the thraldom of re
ligious slavery. This is what Russia
must do if she would be free from inter
necine strife. Her people must bo pro
tected in the liberty of thonght aud
conscience, aud when this is done there
need be no more fears of assassina'Am
from poignards, from pistol balls or tbe
springing of mines. Will the Em
peror of Russia iuterpret aright the
-ignis of the times ?
AT
mat
In
you
and
on
in
Ig
it
at
is
of
to
the
lees
ing
we
a
Against fukr '-uipl—-B ismarck is op
posed to throwing open the coasting
trade of Germany to foreign vessels.The
Eogliah advocates of free trade iu
nhipq may express their disappoint
ment, but the mechanics and working
people of bis country will find
reasons to approve bis policy,
policy which some theoriz-rs have
striven to force cm our country has
thus been given another blow, and
"GazetU" and other Democratic
many
The
a
c!o-e
gard
of
ever
and
itself
gross
of
us
times
all
tl
ho advocate the expedi
papers
<>i always buying in the cheapest
ket, may grit their teeth over the short
icy
mar
-tight* (laes'g of tltoae who fake a diflLr
'>ti. view of a if lira, and bold that it is
encourage and uphold their
countrymen in preference to f-j/
ise to
OV
Naval Vessels.—T he ''North
ai1 that Congress authorize
construction f ten new i
^ private contractors, fitted tor
long s -a voyages, and adapted to cur
rent H'% for naval purposes in
ziltwr our world wide commerce in time
Am*> i i
V'S
looking
W
it!i It that Con
o peace.
gr-s-nten could not better show ih-ir
sagacity than by moving iu the matter,
although it would have been)much mor
ennaible to havo had such contracts
given out f.ve
mechanics were without work and our
"iltire nation impoverished fi>r want of
employment ol both capital and
been
rious
sat
was
of
'h*n
eix years ago,
Ik Thru* had to he a fire in
* r'< Orphan School it seemed like a
{' • ial iuterpnrtitio'j of Providence lhat
lie fi e broke out iu the day time. The
testruutioa of life that must have
IV
1
Grant
mad had thn^fire broken' out,
|.a 1 hour of ni,;ht would bare appalled
the etou'eat heart.
tb
u
Though tho lose
andei the [.resent circnmatances ie
heavy, yet tbe Siete-a and others c
on
|
cerntd have great reason for thankful
ness that the fire was not more destruc
tive.
tlone'
and
As tub chess fever is running high
in our city at presen-, the b ief sketch
of that ancient game in another column
>> Pr.fiBs rP. W Uoohkef pel, will
* read with pleAsare bj man/ of
rtaders.
our
PI
Violence at lh« MU.
The Pliiladnlphia " Times" s»js
there was fraud and riolenoe at the
oity election held in that city last Tues
day,especially in the Nineteenth Ward,
in whioh it alleges that a system of re
peating was oarried on all day, with
the assistance of the police, and to an
extent which most hare controlled the
result. It asserts that the Democratic
window book men were'bnstled, brow
beaten and driren from the polls, and
if one of them presumed to challenge a
repeater be was necked by a policeman
and dragged off to a station house. It
further alleges that after noon the
Democrats in several divisions were so
cowed that they deserted the polls and
that the repeaters had it all their own
way. Now there may be a great deal
of trnlh in the allegation of.tbe/Tiines,'
indeed it may be all true for it smacks
very much of the way in which the
election was carried in this city last
tall, only in Philadelphia the Repub
licans seem to have been the offending
parties. We have no word of excuse
to offer for the Republicans. If Mayor
Stockley's police did as is charged,
though their crimes were not half as
bad as those which the Democratie po
lice of this city committed last fall,
they ought not only to be dismissed
I'om the force but they should be tried,
convicted and imprisoned. The time
has come when the good people of all
parties will have to combine together
to punish these innovations upon the
ballot-box which make our local elec
tions a farce and frolio for bad men.
Wedo not know whether the allegations
of the "Times" are true or not but from
what we saw in our own city we are in
clined to think that they are true. In
our own city the Demourate had it all
their own way and having the power
used It by aiding over six hundred per
sons to vote illegally, and onr idea of
human nature is not so exalted as to
suppose that some Republicans, are
much better. No doubt there are Re
publican policemen in Philadelphia
bad as the Democratic policemen of this
city. If there are they should he prompt
ly dismissed from the foroeand punish
ed by the courts besides. The sacred
ness and parity of Ihe ballot
mast bo protected if onr free in
stitu'ions are to be preserve! but if
policemen are to be allowed to knock
down, arrest and drag off to prison
quietly disposed voters simply because
they differ with them in political views
aad opinions, there will soon be an
eud to Americau liberty.
a
of
of
be
and
to
he
was
the
be
re
the
No
of
of
a
ot
as
4'apltai I'nniunnifat.
The abolition of tu« death penalty
does not seem to have proved satisfac
tory iu Wisoonsin, as the Judiciary
Committee ol the Senate of that State
has reported favorably a hill pr.viding
that persons who commit murder shall
suffer death. It seems that the theory
of humanitarians in regard to restrain
ing the evil by leBS severe punishments,
has not proved so effeotual as
ted, and in nearly every State where it
has been tried, there has been a return
to tiie old methods. We do not know
whether the trial given has been as full
and fair as could be desired, but
thing we do know that it is better that
the murderer should be huBg than pro
tection to life and property be rendered
lees efficient than at present. Auy pen
alty which most effectually restrains
criminal action is the best, and if noth
ing but hanging will prevent murder
we go for hanging, although we have
long thonght that about the worst
a rational being can be put to.
Is
ex pec
A
one
tor
use
A Fit Ima Charge,
The allegation of the "Gazette" that
a fiw well-known Republican politi
cians of this city, took quite a crowd of
repeaters to Philadelphia, and are un
derstood to have voted them in tbe
c!o-e wards, we believe to be utterly
destitute of truth. We challenge it to
nanirt the parties, or to admit that the
assertion is a fabrication gotten
merely for political effect, without re
gard to truth or juBtics. The violators
of law. tie polluters of tbe box,
ever they fnay be, should be punished,
and the "Gazette" owes it to this com
munity to expose their names or admit
itself to b-j guilty of the publication of a
gross libel. The only person we heard
of going to Philadelphia aud voting last
Tuesday, was a well-known Democratic
repeater, of this city, who boasted to
us personally that he voted twelve
times in Philadelphia on Tuesday, and
all the titn • for a Democrat.
up
dio
A
ng
A National Croquet League has
been forim-d, and a delegatn from va
rious croquet clubs all over the country,
sat in convention iu Philadelphia last
week, v hen a code of rules for playing
match games as well as a general code
was adopted. It is expected that the
Wilmington aud Delaware City Clubs
of this State, will joiu the League.
Sail
which
sured.
'flllE i.AttCESI DRY GOODS liUlidi*
1 Ia Fmifede;.. iu, John WANaMakfr
Grant D«unt 1 «r. -.c Market to Ghent toe
THE best
u

HARRISON'S
| UELtEKAlED WRIT IN (fr INKS, ?
JOHN
*| FLUID AND MUCILAGE. T
--
GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Aek your sta
tlone'- lor them and take uootter.
J»-Speciai raios Inks in hulk iorcchools
and coUexes.
All
HARRISON MF'G CO.,
112 Broad way, New Y >rk.
PI ewe mention this paj er.
^4
2 v -lmdamw
muniTi
s»js
the
Tues
Ward,
re
with
an
the
brow
and
a
It
the
so
and
own
deal
the
last
X
as
po
fall,
time
all
the Proceods to the starving poor of Ireland .2 is
in
In
all
of baa teen recontly discovered through the aid
to
in
if
an
£JRAND OPERA HOUSE-FLATS.
SATURDAY, EVE. FEBRUARY 21, 1880,
FRENCH FLATS As played at tbe Union
FRENCH FiaA'I S -
FRENCH V LATS Square Theatre for more
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLA'! s than three month?.
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS This remarkable comedy
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS will be presented hore
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS with ail the ORIGINAL
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS UNION SQUARE
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS THEATRE SCENERY,
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS and a carefully selected
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS Company, embracing
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS many members ol the
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS original cast. The French
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS Flats Is the
FRENCH FLATS -
FRENCH FLATS FUNNIEST PLAY
FRENCH FLAT'S EVER PRODUCED
Admission 36 and 60 cts.; reserved scats 76
cts., lor sale at usual placo. 2-17
LECTURE*.
KISH FAMINE FUND.
JOHN II. DILLON, ESQ., OF IRELAND.
—AND—
t
JOHN MURD* OH, ESQ.,
Editor "Inverness Highlander," Scotland,
Will address the citizens of Wilmington at
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
THURSDAY EV'N'G, FEBRUARY 19, '80.
Subject:—"The Irleh Famine and what
causes it."
ADMISSION 60 ('ENTS.
pROF. R. L. QUINTON,
Five Illustrated lectures
••CHRISTIAN ARCHAEOLOGY."
" OHK1ST1AN AKCH-AIOLOG Y. "
These lectures are devoted largely to descrip
tions^! the lives of the Christians ol the Href
three .centuries, concerning which
much
ot the science of Archaeology. The lecturer
will all be liberally Illustrated with the Oxy
Hydrogen light.
*«* Particulars as
given In a few days.
as
to time amt place will
12-29-tl
br
CLOTHING.
R are opportunity to procure
A SUIT CHEAP.
to
THE
THE
BOSTON
BOSTON
ONE-PRICE
ONE-PRICE
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
iiorxE
HlJUbli
it
213 MAKHET ST.,
213 MAKKET ST.,
213 MARKET ST.
213 MAKKET ST,
ol
of
Is now offering, and will continue to otter for
the next thirty days tholr
$33SUITS TO ORDER FOR....
26 SUITS TO ORDER FOR. ..
20 SU1T.S TO ORDER FOR
as
$26
INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL SUITS TO
ORDER FOR $12.
INDIGO BLUE*'MIDDLESEX YAC1I
CLOTH, $16.
to
In
A REDUCTION OF FROM 10 TO 10 PER
CENT. IN OUR
try
OVEUCOATTDEPARTMENT TO CLOSE.
than
These prloes will
son
ties.
POSITIVELY CON t'INUE FOK 30 DAYS
ONLY.
point
if
These goodsyhave advanced *21 per cent
since pur. hayed, making a uood Investment
tor any in need ot Clothing.
as
1-30-tt
V. E. HOLMES, Proprietor.
l)R(i««INTN.
jgUFTY YEARS! FIFTY YEARS !
OLD AND RELIABLE!
ESTABLISHED....
.1830
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS
Kecelvo e?peclal attenilon, and are very care
fully compounded from the most rellabh
medicines by thoroughly competont astisl
anta, (graduates cf tho Philadelphia Co)
Are
that
to
Je»<e ot Pharmacy) and lain tiles supplied
wif.h r.'dgfl ol a
iperior quality at
/. JAM El BELT, DRUGGIST,
SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS.
A ttention.— ah
pure Drugs
persons detrrui.
Chemicals, or wt.-'u
ng their prcscrijitions or private receipt
rarefully compounded ol pure
should go to tlio drug store ol
H, It BR1NGHUKST,
No. 317 Markot street,
Wilmiagton, Del
ierlal'i
Have
In;
6-10 tl
that
sa !
pro
FKF.IUMT LINKS.
jglOK PHILADELPHIA!
WARNER'S pp ILADELPHIA
WILMINGTON PROPELLERS,
Sail Iro
Market street wharf, Wilmington,
dally, at. 6 P. M From first wharf below
Chestnut st., Philadelphia, daily, art
o'clock, P. M.
Expresy
which
sured.
angements tn both, cities, b;
prompt delivery of merchandise Is In
Havo
nnnt'i.
orders.
CHARLES WARNER & CO.,
MARKET STREET WHARF,
Wilmington Delaware.
Oh
largely
T 0 BAC <;0 AK II VIHAIiN.
^JITO k BUTZ,
Manularturere of all kinds of
SEGAKS I SEGAKSI SEGAKSI SEGA its
NO. 2 WEST FRONT STREET,
JOHN OTTO.
JOHN BUTZ.
JJKEEUH AND MUZZLE
LOADING GUNS.
LOADING GUNS,
021
02.
021
02i
LOADING GTJNS,
LOADING GUNS,
All Styles, Makes and Prices. Prices cent to
any point on application.
JAMES k BRO.,
JAMES k. BRO.,
^4 FAJBKET8T.,
204 MARKET MT
CABPfT*.
is
w.
M. KENNARD It OO.
W. M. KENN AH 1) 4 CO.
W. M. KENNARD k CU.
\f. M. KENNARD fc CO.
1880,
Union
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We led mat we raonot give .or enrtomer.
a better Insight Into tbe carpet trade then by
publishing the following, taken from tho Feb
ruary number ol "The Carpet Trade, " a
monthly journal and recognised organ or the
carpet and upholstery trade.
"The demand for goods is simply over
so Ailed
whelming. Tike inanu ucturera
with orders that they led burdened, and any
attention this spring to new business as It
may come along seems out ol the question
This may be said to be the condition ot all
the leading Eastern companies, and the
smaller makers are about as fully oversold.
Jobbers, with their army ol men on the road,
are receiving extraordinary large orders, par
ticularly lor
at
EXTRA SUPERS ANDTAPwST* IKS
EXTKA SUPERS AND TAPESTK ES
EXTRA STJPHIS ANI»TAPESTRIES
EXTRA SUPERS ANDTAPEST. ll S
'80.
In some sections <f the country larger Hocks
ot goods are found to exist than had been an
ticipated, yet even where such Is the case,
more than the utual. quantity of goods
placed as a rule.
It Is generally believed that the orders given
lur Spring by the letall trade of tbe whole
oountry, will te trom twenty to thirty per
cent, in excess of those ol any previous sea
son In nearly all grades ol goode. Manufac
turers are struggling with orders far greater
than tha capacity ot their mills tor
IMMEDIATE PRODUCTION.
IMMEDIATE PR DUUTIO V
IMMEDIATE PRODUCT'ON.
lit M EDI A a E PRODUCTION.
They
dally receiving letters from d at
era in all parts of tho country, urging them
to forward goods ordered month? ago and no.
yet ma le.
for
C f courro every one undentands that all
goods havo been sold at their value when de
livered. Manufacturers naturally seek ns
lar/e a price tor their goods as the market af
fords and tho advances which have thus lar
been made have resulted from Increased cost
ol raw material alone. Any further advances,
and they tiro alreaiy strongly; Indicated In
some grades of goods may be laid to scarcity
of supply, and tho manulaoturer is certainly
W
as much entitled to tho advantage this g'ves
him, aa tho retailer la to his whei
glutted
market enables him to purchase goods at a
price below the actual cost of production.
The trade at large seems to accept the iuI
622
ced prices without much apprehension
to tho elTrct on the season's business. 'This Is
evidence of healthtuIneHs,
In so fur
ul 1 j re a"«
>ing
it establishes the foot that great
confidence l? placed In the ability ol 1 be coi
try to
nuiue a larger quantity of goods
than ever before.
Further advances during ihe coming
son are by no means among the Improbabills
ties. There Is nothing to Interfere with
foa
manu
faaturers advancing their flguros up to the
point at which foreign gol ds can be Imported,
if they are
Inclined ; certainly not. If the
prodjc: of tlo loome continues to be absorted
as rekrlliy and eagerly a.% now.
229
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Bor y LKUbSELS
BODY BKU:
i.s
holy Brussels
BODY BRUSSELS
left
Are now ordered
that some ol tl.e makers havo t>
to sell goods for this season's business.
lar ahead of production
gun to rciu.so
Si
TAP.:
TRIES
tapestries
TAPES r ROM
TAPhSl'KIEs
I
Have t oon told Hi Immense quantities
In; tlie
dur
h and tho additions to tho orders
that wcie alnudy on lilt make tho aggregate
sa ! c-or thcfcgoodsmormous and wholly
pro 'tdented.
<
un
3 PLYS AND EXTRA SUPERS
3 PLY AND EXTRA SUPERS
erod
to
dor
(I™
. .
which
very
i
a.id
procure
Havo lit
sold very l.irvely through tie
nnnt'i. and manufacture™ are crowded with
orders.
Oh iiper Kra. ei < i Ingralis arc alto n,oyin K
largely aud at full | rices. "
011
W. M. KENNARD A UO
W. M. KENNARD Ul CO
W. JM. KENNARD fit do
W. IU. KLNNaKD *l C(»*.
1
NO.
tloo
021 MARKET ST.,
02. MARK El ST .
021 MARKET SI..
02i Market mt.,
021 MARKETS'!'.
62 i market si'.,
621 MARKETS!'
621 MARKET ST.
Wilir Injfton, Del.
COAL.
QOAL, COAL, COAIa
LEHIOH AMI KOHINOOR COAL
LEHIGH AND KOllINOOK DUAL I
BEST FAMILY COAL,
CAREFULLY PREPARED,
Especially for exr retail sales.
PROMPTLY DEUVERED IN CELLARS,
by
Feb
" a
the
AT LOWEST MARKET PRIOR.
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
CHARLES WARNER A CO.,
MARKET STREET WHARF.
QOAL AND WOOD.
I have In stock a superior article of
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! TOIL!
UOAL! COAL! GOAL! COAL! COAL!
OF ALL SIZES, W ELL CLEAN ED,
Guaranteed 2240 to the ton,
Which I will sell at
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Also lamest $1.60 lead kindling wood In city.
Telephonic connection with all parts ol city.
JOHN PONDER,
over
Ailed
any
It
all
the
par
JOHN PONDER,
FOOr OF FOURTH STREET,
WILMINGTON. 13-26. tl WILMINGTON
UY YOUR
B
foal 1 foal I Coal I
—from rua—
WILMINGTON ICE AND OOAU* OO.,
3 E. Meroiid street,
an
Bo*t lu this city ; prepand Icr family me
full weight.
2240 As per ton guaranteed.
NTEKPKISE COAL!
E
No family should be without It.
IT 13 SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
Don't, fail to give it a trl il-fc»
9240 As to the ion.
FRANK If. CLAYTON,
ORANGE; AND WATER STREETS.;
12-3-t*
Wilmington, l»e».
QEO. W. HUSH & SON,
FRENCH STREET WHARF,
4'all special atttntion to their hunt, pure,
SHENANDOAH COAL
SHENANDOAH COAL
Prepared tor Family use. Also *.o their
H KOOKS IDE LYKLNS VALLEY,
Nujierlor to all other coala lor Bakers and
for opcu grates.

QU01CE FAMILY COAL
DIRECT FROM MINES.
W ELL PREP A RED—< LEAN DELI VERY,
2210 IL? per to
J
a
•0 less.
, no m. re, i
T. W. SHE WARD,
622 W. FRONTSTREEf,NEAR MADISON.
Wilmington, Del.
1-28-tf
0
OAL AND LIME.
COAL AND LIMIT
COAL AND LIME,
YARD FOOT OF WEST STREET.
YARD FOoT OF WEST STR EE I,
JOHN W. GRIFFITH,
1-7-tf
Wilmington, I)ol.
WATCH EM AN II JEWELRY.
JJAYNARD A DAWSON—JEWELRY.
Dave at their store,
229 MAKKET ST.,
ilz» MARKET ST.,
229 MARKET ST.,
229 MARKET ST.,
A full assortment ol
WATCHES,
WATCHES.
SILVERWARE,
S1LY El* WARE,
Oita A GLASS EtS
CLl >CKS*
CLOCKS,
JEWELRY.
JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES,
SPECTACLES,
c., which they
SELLING AS LOW AS THE 1.0 ■ EST.
Both being practical
left wRli them will
1-l.J-ly
»rkmcn all work
.•col\e curelul attention.
mjnri:k.
^yiHTEPlNE
Si OCK BOARDS,
n
SE EO.\ If in.
VVAGt
IN BOARDS,
BE
IP J) CEILING,
I
I
VAT PLANK,
VAT J'LANK,
I
SliEATING,,SID 1 G, FLOORING, Ac.
Rough, at
Droflscd Lumber sumo
Planing .Mil! and Dei ot o.
price
I
ST
I
a. M. QUJNBY h CO.,
< ORS. FR( NT AND M A DISC V STS.
FLO (Jft*
YjILOUK 1 FLUUR! FLOUR!
h of Feb
Ing
<r.e
g
Ihe
ruary in usually consld
r buBlniss. Wo pn.po-e
*t great aoLiv.ty. In o.
erod a null
to make il
dor to don It will im
ordinary inducou on,
(I™ in nfnnt "i',f iff, olk ' ri ' «"• We »'«to
OHOlUli FAMII.Y FI. O U J!, PATENT
. . PROCESS,
which we arc feci.tug at iH oo j or barrel, and a
very extra superhne Flour, i
per •..mi, ao.ual wo.
i llEsL i l.-.URS ARE Hard TO
a.id are worth in
procure a bargain, at
(, gm ry to i Her ext a
in a J)0 I
e and
til *7.00.
beat,
money. Cull tu once ana
W. N. OHANDLEK,
011 Market Street,
Half
011 MaiketStfeei
y.y between Sixih
tl
elite.
1 'it'uiivuam) «0A«rirriH4~
'JpHOMAS RILEY,
I'RACTIUAL FLU.Vi BE If STEAM AND
GAS I ITl Lit,
NO. 213 WEST SEVENTH STKEET.
' n »<lo plumbln* and fonliarycn
KlOfcerlnK lor ttiu [.art lorty \earn my im.i
' nc ol xiMn*tntlre -Ml,fao
tloo to those a ho may favor me with iholr a
toawlft'y. ,elere ' jC0 K l V'.a in
riioHe
GREAT
16 E.
and
spices
r«gtti d
1-28-3 in
THOMAS SILKY, 21 t W. BS.TRNTH T.
BBT BOA Da.
H. 8TAATS,
s.
I
8. H. STaATS
U.H.8TAATO;
40ft MAUKKTST.
*05 MAHKETST.
_ 88
Ha. jn.t opened ^ , Bd fho(o> ^
HAMBURG EMBHOIDEKiu,
In New and Beaotllul Deilgn,
AT VERY LOW PKIoks
atveky'low P EIOa
ALSO DURING Hit"
MONTHS OP JANU'KY AN 1 * Fern,.,,
We will make r
SWEEPING REDUCTION
8WEEPING REDUOn
TOIL!
COAL!
city.
city.
In the price of our
HOSIERY,
Hr S1ERY,
__ HWlUri
GLOVES, Ac., GLOVES, Jw..
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOIioJ
NEW SPRING STOCK.
T HE LARGEST, CHEAPEST ..
BEST ASSORTMENT OF Al
°rHOMB rT
J hosiery
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
—AMD—
A.
I
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
notions,
Gent'*, Ladles' and Dblhlren'i Umw .
Boon, Shoes and Kubbors, ('rock,.. ;
Floor™* aDd r,nw * r ®" Tttbl « Stairi]
•1L CLO I MS.
OO.,
OIL CLOTHS.
STAIR, ENTRY, HEMP AN®
me
INGRAIN CARPETS,
At very low prices. Come and exam Ins
ock and you will save time and J
We are selling as cheap as the oheapeit.
ABAMS A BROTHER,
to* Mxrv.t rjjibt__fto*Jftwkft nr
PKOFEKNIONAL CABDN.
JpB. E. O. WELCH.
the dentist.
Has removed to
NO. 613 KING STREET, WILMINOT
••-Anentbetloe administered, and
operations In Dontlstrv perlonned skill
and roasonahlv
J^AVIDJ. MURPHY, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 0 WEST SEVENTH ST It El
10-22-t!
Wilmington, Del.
rpKETH FOK ALL THE PEOPLE
Uemmiul Teeth at «3, f6, «8 and ftiom
per «et. Teeth extracted without palnfi
b» tho use of gas. Over thirty years e
'ft" 1 '"- I* It. GALL A
UHEK,
No. S8ft Msrzet stree
J FRANK BALL,
ATTORNEY 7 "AT LAW,
ROOMS 11 AND 12 EXCHANGE BV1I
1-8-tin26 SEVENTH AND MARKET.
H OWL'LL JONES.
ELI H. OHAM'L
JONES A CHANDLER,
ATTORNF-YS AT LAW,
topekaTkansas.
F
»-24-tl
rNIkKKTAI. KKN.
•)• WYNANS,
*FU ItNLSI1INO ONnFRT A k R u
Nf). tMSHlPKEY STREET,
Kerldenee lift wUiaeventh nreet.
11-28-tl
tuM
Ij at
^IMON GUTHRIE.
GEN'L FURNISHING UNDERTAKJ
NO. 320 E. SEVENTH STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
Trims.—20 per cent, less than usual prH
F
--'.Ldll
2-29
f
PJIHOMAS MITCHELL,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
NO. 412 KING STKEET,
_Wilmington, Del. I
kD»n
tw
Mu
JOhNB. MARTIN,
FCKN1SH1NG (JNHERTAKEK,
NO. 221 SHIPLEY STREET,
PL
i
it
_ JOB I-KI VriNG. _
n FT your printing done at
REPUBLICAN job room,
republican job room.
We are well fitted op to pilot
BILL HEADS.
BILL HEADS!
Olt
tl
*ll-l-t
f
P'tAya
Itre.
LETTER HFi
LETTER bli
NOTE HEADS,
NOTE HEADS,
t
»«t
hi
I statements I
ST AT EM ENTS
I STATEMENTS
I s • atemknt
statement
j STATEMENT
J : U
f
SHIPPERS'TAGS.
ENVELOPES,
Cl ECU M
PAMPHLETS, BALL TICKETS, HA
HILLS, and In lact everything in the jr
Ing line.
A#* Wo have tvro Gcntnn Job 1
<r.e I oitor cylli tier power press in hrfW
g dor. Give us a trial. 1-6 iw
1*8-3
JK
>K
F J!
UttOilUDfe.
IgTRUNG
r
AND Mil.I)
KOASTiSl. OOFFEE,
26 DEN IS PEIt POUND.
BLADK, GKEEN
-J, JAPAN AND SHs
l'EAS AT
60 DENTS PEK POUND.
G i..
riioHe liofMjs are unexoei.oil in i' 0 rlty,ct r<, °
and llavor, by any |. t ,hj uiy ai ll e
price. Tr.
Nvr.s
h n a d Oa
convinced of ihe loot.
N(
PiK
GREAT WESTE <N
TE V CUN '"l
W. R. BOWMAN, Manager.
16 E. SECOND ST.:
i
h "t
1 ever.
16 E. SEOOM'
Wilmington, Delaware.
Onr^asBortment oi the liner grades®*
and Cctteo, and perkctly pure i-epp^h
spices generally, is oLe ot the best r
S 1 svuar ;at wmr to.*
uibr
! ,s
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