OCR Interpretation


Daily Republican. [volume] ([Wilmington, Del.]) 1874-1890, April 29, 1880, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Delaware Library, Newark, DE

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84038114/1880-04-29/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

_
BIIOBCI w Ttiial * nut a,
publishers and PROPRIETORS,
OAILY REPUBLICAN.
TllltRwWAY, APRIL **, 1»M.
E .i erlu ai rue. EoSr Olt'HJE eT
. «limit (ten, Del., as Moond-claw mat
•IB Cl Mt'ELATION.
That om reodeis and advertiser* may
at* for themselves that the RsirnucAS
tl the paper of the masses of the people,
we have concluded to give its circula
tion for a few days, commencing with
Saturday last. The folk win,; are the
Igures:
Total fer last two weeks,
Saturday, April 24, - -
Monday,
Tueadsy,
Wednesday
- 67,550
- 5,750
- 5 400
- 5, GOO
• -5,000
20, -
27
28
TH« Deficiency BUI.
Congress has now wasted nearly four
months dallying with what is util d
the immelia * deficiency bill. In tb s
bill is n.-luiied tbs pay of the Unit, d
States Marnhals and thei- deputies, who
have s-rved a year without having
been paid for their s«i vices,
if passed, will no doubt be velo-d by
the President, ss it provides that no
part of the money thus appropriated
shall be UBed to py Deputy Marshals
for their sirrices on eleotion day in
preserving peace at the polls. The
Marshals no doubt all feel the pinching
need of their pay, but if they are all
like Marshal McMullen, of this eily,
they will suffer on fer some time yst
before they will accept pay at the sseri
fioe of principle. It ia now given out
that if the President vetoes the bill, it
will again ho presented with all refer
ence to the pay of the United States
Marshals stricken out, and than a hill
eono«ruing the Marshals alone will bo
present'd for the President's signature,
containing the same provisions aa are
new oentainod in the general deficiency
bill. This will be a direct attack open
the Federal election laws In dofonoo of
Hand and violence at the polls, and
will be SB emphatically condemned as
was the same attempt at the extra ses
sion of Congress. No donbt the Presi
dent will veto ary bill which will in
any wsy impair the efficiency of the
Federal election laws. This nuy he a
little hard on the United States Mar
shals, but if they can only hold out a
year longer a Republican Congrtts will
came to their relief.
Tne bill,
a
It seems now thal Deputy Coiouer
Palmer and City Collector Kyne who
ars aenbtri of the B>arl of Kelt cation
will not have a clean walk over fer re
election aa waa anticipated. Feeling
the need of i a improvement in candi
dates in that Ward a number of oiti
zena irrespective of politics in that
Ward have combine! together and have
settled upon Isaac W. Hallam and W.
F. Brick es opposing candidates. These
gentleman are Wrll known, influential
and intelligent citizens, and if elected
wonld not only reflect great credit upon
the W.rl but would greatly improve
the "m rale" <f tha Board of Bduea
tion. We hope they may both be elec
ted.
Thb New Yoek "Times" is undoubt
edly the leading Republican paper in
the United States, and it is difficult to
see liow anybody who wants to keep
booked up in the political doings of the
day can get along without it. It was
always bright, newsy and fiesb, but
since it hrs arrayed itself in a new
drees of bold type it is brighter and
newsier than ever. It is now doing
hard battle to seeure the nomination of
"General Grant to the Presidency, but
af.er tbe nomination is made, it will be
jnst as stalwart for the man that is
nominated. The "Times" is not a whit
behind the "Herald" in enterprise,
t and is generally a more readable pa
per.
As the Democrats of the Eighth
Ward made it impossible to avoid a
party contest in the ward, it is hoped
that all good citizens who believe that
intelligence should be one of the quali
fications for r member of the Board of
Education, will vote for Mr. James H.
Floyd, the candinate nominated by the
Republicans. There is no doubt that
Mr. Floyd was fairly elected a year age
and would have been admitted to his
seat in ihe Board had a tally list bees
kept and all illegal votee excluded from
the ballot box. This entitles Mr. Floyd
to the support of the people of the
Ward at the present time, and it is
hoped be will receive it.
LEitvu.Lt:, though a new city, ia an
escsedingty Sirely one already in po
litical matters. The ci'y seema to be
onder tbe control of Democrats, an l at
tbe Council meeting on Tuesday night
contested seat was declared vacat t,
and aEOlher was given to the Demo
cratu. The Republicans left the
amid great oonfnsion, and tbe offi;er»
"drew revolvers and demanded order.''
Many in the audience also drew pistols,
and bloodshed was threatened for a
time. At last accounts the Leadvi!liaB9
had quietfd down.
We would advise all politicians spoil
ing for a fight to go to LeadviUo.
one
room
It is
Ban sews ficm Washington,
now eaid that Congress will uot .ad
journ before August next, a dfre ca'
1 amity w si oh unfortunately could no*
be avoided,
to a suffering people if Congress would
only adjourn immediately.
What a relief it would be
Kef a.l lean Holy.
It la eceonragtng to note the life and
aotielty now a own in the Republican
party of Wilmington and of the whole
State, and every member of the party
muat feel a thrill of pleaaure when he
a*ee it eon*wg once more to the front,
to show batile to the enemy. The
great Republican party of Ihe nation
baa become almost an integral part of
the government'. For nineteen yeara
it hea gnided tl e o'd national ahip
through war and atorm, calm and sun
shine. it has brought the nation suc
cessfully through one of the greatest
wars in this or any other country. Ita
principles have resulted in striking the
shack els of bondage from the limbs of
four million hnman beings, and did it
deserve no other meed of praise, this
would stand to its credit like an endur
ing monument towering high as the
heavens. A man oannot spend his life
in this country, especially if he be an
intelligent Republican,without feeling a
pride oml interest in its glory and
prosperity, and as the Republican par
ty has been mainly instrumental in
achieving this glory, every Republican
of Delaware should feel a glowing pride
at he sees the parly in his own State
emerging trem the gloom and obaeuiity
of the past to claim a| hare in its future
triumphs. The true prosperity sue
perma-enoe of our institatioos sre
inseparably woven with some such or
ganisation as the Republican party. If
tkia be so iu National affairs bow mnch
ia it in State affairs. There
mors so
is no other party that weald do fer
•elswe'* what the Republican psity
wonld do if advanced to power. A psrty
baptised In a war to make all men free
and eqnal before the law ; which has
declared that the faith of the oonatry
should be preserved, which believes in
promoting our own Industrie* rather
than in opening avennes for pauper
labor and foreign capital; that is in fa
vor of the ednoetion of the masses and
qual repreMnUtitn is jnst the party
that should be la power in Delaware.
The men are in Delaware to mike jnst
sack s party. A majority of her eillaens
incline to this young and vigorous par
ty that has dono to much for the na
tion. All that is wanted to put Dela
ware in the same healthy ebsnnel is
unity of action. The greit thing new
is to carry tbe State lor the Republican
party and then when that is dote it
will be full time to crown the heads of
those who were mainly instrumental in
gaining ihe victory. No one man is
essential to the success of the Republi
can party. Not one of the names men
tioned for the Presidency bnt had been
erolved from the principles of the party
a ad all were great because of their
faithfulness to its convictions. Let any
oae of them dare to set himself above
the popular will and defy its wishes
and its favor and he would be ground
to political dust. That man is a pe.
litical idiot who ignores Ihe popular
icstinet and who would attempt to
pocket the Republican party for selfish
purposes. The party was created ter
the perpetuation of sound government
not for the political aggrandizement
ef any one man or set of men.
The people in their sovereign
capacity are like individnal men, and
have their triumphs and their revenges
They set up their idols at will and tear
them down again at their pleasure. It
makes no difference whe is nominated
at Chicago, so that he be bnt the expo
nent of the party's faith and principles
and had the courage to exeeute the
party's will. Neither does it matter
in Delaware who the particular leader
will be. There are plenty of talented
and honored men in the party who
could fill any of the offices within its
gift with ability and general aooept
anc- ; bnt though such (arsons sre
neoesssry, the party d ep not need
them no v a > much as it needs a victory
Carry thr State fir t no matter who the
leaders are. The Bepnbliean party of
Delaware need not be ashamed to show
a bold united front, and claim the right
to rale the State, in oharaeter,wealth,
moral influences and patriotism it is
more thaa the peer of its main oppo
nents. At the present time the Dem
orracy have no purpose which sonld be
digDilied by tbe name of principle, and
in this contest against them it is hoped
that the Republicans of Delaware will
emancipate themselves from tbe suspi
cion of being under the lash of any man
or set of men. It is jnst as safo and
t* be honest in politics as in busl
matters. The Democratic party is
-aey
ness
bankrupt in honest principles, aod
having held this State in its grasp
b/ appeals to tow and petty prejudices
it would if it oould get oontrol of the
general government by making assault
tlie credit of the nation and by an
t,
a
upon
appeal to the f-ame low prejudices.
Tbe Republicans of Delaware have a
enemy to fight, and can ill
afford to fritter away their strength
mere choice of men to lead the
common
upon a
party. Organization and strict adher
to principle, will .Hft Delaware
from the thraliom of Deraoeraoy, and
eno*
he who professes to he a Republican
anil docs not labor for sucoess morn
than for, tlie gratification cf selfish am
bition does not oomprekend the princi
ples which make and guide trne Re
publicans.
is
Wii hopp, the respective committees of
the wards will report the plaoes they
have selected for the holding of the
dr legate elections on Saturday, for pah
lioation in the Rbpcbi k au so that the
voters may know where to go and vote.
As coluctor Ktiu only consented to
allow kit name to b« nstd at a candi
date for a Bomber of tlie Board of Bdn
oatioon bourne no other good man ootid
be found wko would run for election,
it might bo a little curious to know
what he will de now, that both Hr.
Buck and Mr. Hallam hate consented
to the ate of (heir namee for the ease
offioe. Peihapt he don't oontider them
"good men."
Ybstkxhat was a field convection
day for both the leading political par
ties. Ohio declared for Sherman,
South Carolina for Grant, Canneeticut
has not vet decided, and the Pennsyl
vania Democrats having a big job en
hand adjourned until te-day. The in
structions of the Ohie Republicans for
Sherman are not bo strong as to antag
onise the strong Blaine feeling there is
iu the State.
B« asst' She F.lopeil.
Au.kstows, April 27.—Peter Stein, a
contractor, of Hanover township, was
arrested to day on a charge of shooting
at his daughter, with intent to kill.
The daughter, Uueen Stein, presided
over a large boarding honso of her
father's, but eloped some time ago with
one of her lather's employees,and when
she returned her father tried to shoot
her. Her hasband,Ilenry heiby, swore
ent the information.
One Drank.
At Police Conrt this morning, am
dividual who had liken so much of
the tierr liquid that he was quite
troublesome, was fined fifty oentc and
costs.
in
UB LtRGKST CLOTHING HOUSE
In Phi lac el Dh la, JOHN WAN AM AKER,
. Uth Mareot to Obestauti
z
NOT1CHS.
1GE,-SCHOOL KLHCnoN.
IT
An e'eetion Mr memkerf ol ihe Board of
Public Edn. atkm In will bo held
OB SATURDAY, MAY IBT, 1880. Pul 1« will
bo opan at 1 o'aiuck and cloaa at 7 p. B.
Tha lnapaetare of tha prealnet In whieh tha
alaetlan D to bo hald in tha ward, will hold
tha aetaool elaetion.
Mem ban to be aleatcd end piacar of Fotlng
a raw follo*§:
Fiayr Wabp.— Ona maos bar (or twa yean,
and one member for one year; pollft. old No.
13 Softool Boiua, Second near Washington nt.
Snoax D Ward —Dne member for two year#;
polD. Fa tcnHooee. Second and Walnut et«.
Thihd Ward.— Qae niumbcr for twayeeN ;
polln, P. J. Babeack'i, Fifth aod Orange nts.
Fourth Ward.—O ne mens bar for tno years,
pollP, City Hall.
Fifth waiwi.—■O ne naeinber far two yca.r§;
polls. Public School House No. 9, cor. Eighth
anl wollaeton atree*^.
Sixth Ward.—O ne member for two years;
polIs, eouthta.«t cor. Ninth and Kingitreets.
Sbvekth Ward —One meniIter for two
rears: pollfl, Public School Ilouae No. 2, eor.
Elovent.'i an«l Washington street*.
Eighth Ward.—O ne meml>er fortwo.Teiir*;
prII*, Public School House No. 8, oorner Ser
cn'h and Sp*
Nihtii Ward.—O ne member for two years;
polls, old Academy.
Tenth Ward.—O ne member ferine year,
and one member lor two years: polls, Public
School House No. 10 eor.Elm and Adsms ata.
4-20-tf KENKY B.MORROW,
Scerttarv Board of Public Education
streets.
OTIUK.
N
State of Delaware,
Newcastle Oouftt,
In conlormliv with the proFlBio^n of the
Aet passed by the General Assembly of the
State of Delaware, on the aoth day ol March,
A. D., 18*6,1 hereby *tve notloe that an ap
plication was filed in the Snjierior Court, on
the six h day of April, A. D„ 1884), fer a char
ter of lnoorporatien of a co upany called "Ti e
Uepanno cbemtoal Company," to carry on
the butlcere of ma <ing, buying, fulling, com
pounding and refining chemicals, chemical
explosives, machinery, cartridges, ineea, pri
mers and each like articles, in Newcastle
County, aforesaid, and that a draft of the pro
posed charter was filed with the application,
is open to inspection.
1 HAS. BFASTEN
New Castle. Del.. April fl, 1880.
js.s.
and
]*rothoDotarv.
4 8-16-1
o'noE.-ciry assessment.
M
The assessment of the City of Wilmington
for the ymr 1880 ts now completed and on file
in the office of tbe Clerk ef Cenncil, for pub
lic Inspection and will remain there until the
firs* day of May, 1880.
Board of Assesnment, Revision and
Appoal* will sit In the Council Chamber on
the first day of May, and continue for thirty
suoNiesrlve days trora four te five o'clock.P. M.
Persons desiring to appeal will present the
same in writing.
The
E.B FRAZER,
Clerk ef Otty Council.
Office houre from 9 A. M. to 12 M.,nn<1 Ircm
2 to 6 F. M.
4 23-tS-l
OTIOE.
N
ontlro Interest In
Having disposed of
the Ice and (foal bcudneM to the Kennebec
ieo Co , the ^partnership heretofore existing
hetwren us urt»*er the firm name ol Walton
Br*thor\ hoa thia day been dissolved by mu
tual coneent, HOWARD Y. WALTON,
PUOEY A. WALIUN
ft
April 20, 1880.
The Kennekee loe Co. having purchased of
Walton Brothers aBd Jaoob Pa*ey thetr en
tire Interest In their loe and Coal busineee 'n
this oity, are now prepared to famish all their
g itrons with the o«st qualities of lee and
oa) at low prioee.
KENNRBKC ICE CO.
6t
■KTOTIOE.-A MEETING ®FTHE
131 Trustees of ihe Poor cf New Castle
County will be held at the A ms House on
Wednesday. April • 8tb, at 10 o'olock a. m
Persons having bills will present them by
that day.
Supply Committee will me it at the
Alms House Saturday, May 1, at !.l o'olock
a. m. k when propoeaiM will be reoelved for
furnishing the Alma House for the next throe
months with broad, moats and tooaTOO.
J. W. ('•OCH, Seoretary.
The
4-2l-6tdlfeW
OTICB.-KIVK HUNDRED SHAKES,
iota series Meohanlcs Loan Stoik for
sale First payment on the second Tuesday
in May. Apply te
W. J. MORROW. Hoo'y.
417 French street.
N
?-kM«n3*
OTIO« TO STOCKHOLDERS.—THE
annual meeting of the stockholders ol
Newark and Delaware City Railroad com
pany, will beheld at the offl'e of the company
in v/llminaton, Del., on Monday, May 3, '80,
at 12 o'olock, M. Election lor President and
Directors same
4-i7 tf
S
day and place.
JAM B. MsULUllE,
Hec'y.
A UDITOR'S NOT.OE—I will attend at
New Castle to settle tho aoconnts cl the
scliooi oomtnftteos of New rastle County, as
fallows : Monday.May 10th. from No. 1 to *6,
May 11th, Irom 36 to 76, May 12th. fro n 76 and
upwards. Prompt atten arco requested.
JOHN F. STAATH,
Auditor or Accounts.
4 22 I tw-2td
N OTIOF. - OO-FAKTNERSHIP. —THE
m-dvrsIsKed have this day forme i a co
partnership under the firm name ol KOJtlN
SOW, CHANDLER fc OO., for the purpose
of transacting a goneral bauklnir busineee.
ALFKEP S. RCM1NSON,
HOWAHD L OHANDLF.K
Wilmington, Del., April 16,1SSJ. 4-16-tf
Oncii.-THE DELAWARE LOAN
Aseoclatlou now offers new stock lor
sale. Call day or evening, on
OEU. (J. MAK18. SeCy ,
OfflM, 801 Shipley »t., (Znd fl.wr )
446-1 m
N otice.—the wilminot>-.n i/ian
Association now offers new stock tor
sale. Oall day or evnnlrw ou
GEO. Cf MARIS, Scc'y.
601 Shipley et., (2nd floor.)
d-io-iat
OUSE AND SION PAINTING.
Graining, Varnlehlng, Paper VamlStilnu »
sitooledty, stefnlng and Hard wrexl rtnleh ng,
and every lriod of work in our iln® don® m a
ftnt-olafiB in Boner by experienced workmen,
Patronage solicited, EsftmateB furnished .
DANIEL SMITH, Manager,
Suoceesor to Barker k Smith, Agt*.
231 SHIPLEY STREET,
W ami melon. Dei.
II
3 r.d
ARDUREin.
V
1 1 RAND OPERA HOUSE.
cron iuht esLT-w
FRIDAY, APRIL SO, 1880,
COLLIER'S UNION
SQUARE THEATRE CO.
MR. JOHN I). M1SHLER hes the honor to
aneoenee having efleeted arrangements lor
the complete production of the great Emo
tional Play, by the author el the -' Two Or
phans," In Ski Acts,
A Celebrated Case,
WITH THE NAM* BUPBHIOB CAST
THAT ACHIEVED 1TB GREAT
HUOOKSS.
HEW MCKVESY.
HEW tUNTrKKN,
KKW DECORATION*.
No AnvAWCR iw Pricfs.— 36, 60 and Ttots.
reaeivod seats at the usual place.
4-«7tp
^ Y.UANB OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday Evening, May 4, NO.
GREAT MUSICAL EVENT. One ntgUt
only of tLe Renowned
EMMA ABBOTT,
Grand KnglJfth Opera Company.
THE LARGEST. THF STRONGEST AND
MOST COMPLETE IN AMERICA.
45 - ARTIST?. - 45
GRAND CHORUS ANB ORCHE-TUA.
Production «t the molt elaborate scale of
Ma re's Grand Roinuotlc Opera
Paul and Virginia.
New Soonas, Superb Coetumes and Novel
stage Kltects. Emma Ablrott./Aids Segutn,
Tom Karl, Paulino Maurel, Emily Gllbort,
William MacDonald, Ells Kyte, Wallaeo
Temple and H. Warren In the east
Poman raicas.—Admission to orchestra
circle or chairs 7t cents; balcony SO can s, re
served seats It cents extra._S-KMt
TO BXCTBMOHIIITS
^'ix antic orn M^r^ oAfK may.
S postal arrangem.nte an made to take
EXCURSION PARTI W FBOM W1L
HING1UN TO 1ITHER PLACE
AT L8W RATES
During the huhlng seuon, per " Samel M.
Felton." to Caro (lea thence Or railroad, glv
Ing parties • hoera ea the Reach. Pot pee
14. P. WEAVER
thSMarkat street.
tteulars apply to
S-27-2MW
ARTIES WISHING TO CHARTER
STEAMERS
P
THOMAS CLYDE, MAJ#K KEYBOLD
OB FERRY.
For Sunday Sahobte or Soeietle* _ __
can do bo at at low rates by ai>
p.ylnK to GAFT. EUGENE RKYBoJ
NO. 3 ARCH STREET. PHILA.
Charter to all polctu on K ver . r Bay. oon
troMme uroondB at BOMBAY H OK, COL
LINS' BEACH, fcc. 4-^tf
GKuUNDB FREE OF CHARGE.
°
liNDERTAKERP.
J. WYNANS,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
NO. 602 SH1FLET STREET,
Eeeldeaoe US West Eleventh street.
H-2S-U
L.
OIMON G UTHRIE.
UE5 L FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
NO. zua E. SEVENTH STREET,
U
Wilmington, Dot
Tbbmb.— 20 per cent, less than usual prices.
DMAS MITCHELL,
FURN1SHING~UNIIEBTAKEK.
N#. 412. KiITg STREET,
Wllmingten. Del
r£!H
TORN B. MARTIN,
** FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
NO. 2B SHIPLEY STREET.
W
RE JIOVA1JS.
EMOVAL!REMOVAL!
A B. JONES,
A. B. JONES,
Ii
A B I4&NES
A*. B*. [JONhiS
—DKAI.KU in—
■o
o
o
| FAPKK
| WALL |
«l
(F
•o
o a
—Ain>—
I
WINDOW SHADES.
I
HAS RK.'tOVrP TO
422 MARKET ST. 2-28 482 MARK ITT ST.

PROPOSALS.
O BUII^DERS,
1
OviricK or BsaiMKra.
F.cbth Lioht Hocbk Distbict.
632 Walnut HU Phllsdelnlila
April 12,1886. J
'
Foiled proposals will be received at this of
fice until 12 o'clock, M., of Monday, the ltd
day of May, 1880, for two Light Houses and a
Keeper's irwelllng, all frame, lor the Tinlcum
Bland and Fort Miillin Range Lights, Dela
ware Hirer.
Plans, specifications, forms of proposal and
other Information, may bs obtained on appli
cation to this office. ,
The right is reserved to reject any anl all
bids, and to waive any defers.
WM. Y. KAYNOLDS,
Lleut-Oolone) Corps of Engineers.
Engineer fourth Ltght House IHsirlct.
4-i6-d-2tawd
T O IRON MANUFAOTTBICBS.
Cxficb ov EwcuvKHn Foitbth
Lhmit Ilouaic District,
132 Walnut ftroet
Philadelphia. April 12. '80.
Healed proposals will be received at this of
fice nntM 12 o'clock, M , of Monday, the 3d
day of May, 1880, tor one Iron Light-Houfid
Tower for the Re ir Beacon ol Tinlcum Island
Range Lights, Delaware River.
Plans, specifications, forms f proposal, and
other In onnutlon, may he obtained on appli
cation to this office.
The right ts reserved te reject any and all
bids end to waive •jtfttmmm,
Lieutenant Colonel Corps of Engineers, En
ginoer 4th Light- House Dlslriot. 4-Ueod3w
OOF1NGI ROOFING! I
R
All kinds comnesIWon roollny done prowf;'
ly usd at LOW PRICES. Old leaky J r
shlngto and oomporlilon roofs coated Witt
plamlc and made water-tight and good at
new. Give us a cejl.^^ ATKIN80N .
Ofltee: Bam'l. Hanna A. Oo.'s bafdwsI
tore, Filth and Market «te _ 3-ta-eind
INNESOTA IIXIUH.
M
Havlmr for the test lour years Riven the
tour trade oonriderable attention and fo" n<1
eat which Is the best. I am prepared to for
nlsh the celebrated Minnesota S|irLgwboat
Bour In any <inantlty deslrod to all who want
a superior an P in. 1 am prepared to «u Tan
tee that this Bour will tors out *0 pounds
more broad to the barrel than ""/"f*!! 8 ,??"'
mon brands, and with good baking Jt * B
Ibletohave bad bread. ?""r or
„era at 411 King »tr»ot, Central p ® 8l ''U;5j or
at m Shipley street. WM. D. PICKEL8.
4-21*0
»
a
H eald * Co.. 7»h and norkit sis.
liny anil nell bond., I.oonaana
Ktorks (rs'fi't on ina'gGi) Do'R
local nod tlirongh al It h 8 * 8 *d ff
eons mere lal eltlea. The !;"'
arrvatlre and especial «a»«!['**■
so all InT sunent N' cureiieo tivinths
COAL.
/"YOAL, COAL, OOAU
LKH1UH AMD KOHJNOOR GOAL I
REST FAMILY OOAL,
OA&KFULl'yPKEPAKKD,
ntoUnUe,
PROMPTLY DELIVERED IN CELLARS
LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
It ARLES WARNER at OO.,
AT
MARKET STREET WHAKr.
ELEPHONK
T
FROM ANY FART OF TH* CITY TO
| G. J>. SLAY MAKER'S UAP1UE, 1
4J0RNBH OF
49-WATER AND KING STIiEBrS-**
—FOR Y#DR—
LIME, SAND AND COAL!
i
i
As I manufacture my own lime at mj
worse in Lancaster County, Pa.. I will fur
nlsh Unto at ttic very LOWEST PRIOB
either wholesale or retail. S-S-3md
y^ARGENT LOAD OF
KINDLING WOOD FOR «1.M,
iUNDLlNO WOOD Fuli fl.faO,
—AT—
JOHN PONDER'S,
JOHN ROBBER'S,
JO IN PONDER S.
JOHN PONDER'S,
NO. 100 MARYLAND AVENUE.
NO 1M MARYLAND AVENUE.
ALSO COAL OF ALL SIZES.
ALSO COAL OK ALL SIZES.
s-M-las
Wilmington. Del.
BO. W. BUSH k SON,
nu SNCH BTBEET|WHAJU,
CaU special attenUon to their hud, part,
SHENANDOAH <X)AI,;
SHENANDOAH COAL
G
BBOOK8LDE LTURS TALLEY.
Sapeitot to all ether sole lev Bshsn sad
lor epeu gmtec.
FVOAL AND LIME.
ci/al and lim£ coal and lemb,
vahd foot or west street,
yard foot or west' street,
JOHN W. GRIFFITH,
WllminKtan, Del
1-7-tf
GHOCrJilEB.
QTBUNO AND MILD
° ' KOABTED COFFEE,
•2b CENTS PER POUND.
BLACK, ONE N. JAPAN AND MIXEl
TEAS AT
GENTS PER POUND.
mew goods arc unexcelled In pority.sBeegtl
sod flavor, bv any Iu the city at the
price. Try them and be
convicted ol tbe lact.
GREAT WESTERN TEA COMPANY
W. R. BOWMAN Manager,
~6 E. SECOND 8T.
U E. SECOND ST,
Wilmington, Delaware.
Our aesartment of the finer grades ot!Tea
„nd Coffee, and perlecOy wire iierqjer, and
spices generally, fa one trf tha best. J*rleei
alway right. SVGAR AT CObT TO CUB
rOMEHS.
AYNAIiD hi DAWSON—JEWBLKY.
B
Have at thetr etore,
•ta HAFKR ST.,
•£& MARKET ST.,
A foil assortment of
W ATOHHS. CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SILVERWARE. SPECTACLES,
-
OPEKA GLASSES, Ac., which they are
SELLING AS LOW AS THE I A) WEST.
Roth betsg proof km I werktni'n ell work
telt with them will receive c»raial »it«mioB.
1-18-LV
TOBACCO AND CIUAR*.
TTO A BITTZ.
Mar.atarturers ol all kinds ol
SEGAKS ! SEGA Its t SUGARS » SEGA US
NO. 2 WEST FRON STHEET,
UHN OTTO
o
UHN Him
:k. KHAUTTEK.
Manulaetoror el all kindf of
FAMILY AND FANCY SOAPS AND
CANDLES.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR LARD, TALLOW AND GREK81
FACTORY AND STORE,
608 W. FRONT 8lC
608 W. FRONT fcT
Wilmington, Del.
MERCHANT TAILORING.
. H. tllTINN,
r
MERCHANT TAILOR,
122 MARKET HT.,
AJ1 the latest Atelas of Spring and Hummer
Caaslme'-o ara .mltings kept on hand, cut
and made In goo l style.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
123 MARKET ST.,
As Cheap as any
ton or
Establishment In Wtlrning
1 Philadelphia. M-8m
LAGER BEER.
fJIHE LARGEST
GLASS OF BKF.K IN THE OITY
—AT
FREYB*S SALOON,~FKEYE'S SALOON
NO. 17 B. SEC ND STREET.
FIKST-CLASNpOOLTABLE. 8-U
A HL YOU GOING TO FAINT,
*\. Ii bo use
AYEKILL CHEMICAL FAINT,
THIS BEST FAINT MADE.
Ten yeara experience in the Bale oi it has
proved it to our suMstactton.
ALABA8TINEI,
A new preparation for Inside walls, oheirx
and better than K also mine.
GEORGE W. STOKE,
COR. MARKET AWI> WATER STS.
Wilmington, Del.
or
ff
C v GOD WORK AND DRIVING HORSES
X AND MULES FOR SALE
BY W. K.STOOKLEY,
MARTIN'.! LIVERY WTAlirjS,
COB. THIRD AND ORANGE STREETS
IMS-3m
OUN U. MOO HE, JOHN E. MOORE,
S R H. MOORE, JOHN H. MOORE,
M 11. MOOH&, JOHN U. MOORE,
-i
JOHN H. MOORE johk ..
JOHNH. aiOORE^ JurJJ
JO
OUrillNG,
CLOTHING,
CLOTHING,
ITJOTHINO,
ULUfHlNG,
OLUTU1NV,
ULOTHTNG.
OUmUNG
CLOTHING
UDOTatSu;
r
out MAR YET RTKKET*.
gas MARK ^WTRKEr
gal MARKi rl SlEfcbT
at MARKET STREET,
trie MARKET STREET.
UTS MARKET STREET.
te* MARKET STB
** market stS
OLD AND HEL1AB-ROWE-PRIOK CLOTHING EMPORItltr
OLD A n ,P REUAMLE (INK-PRICE CLOTHING EMPORiPS
Ah'D RELIABLE ONE PRICE CLOTHING ERPumCR
OLD
Clothing
Clothing BOBOOOSOOaaBaDBBBOBOODSBDeOODBS?E5 0tt "l
CloU.luSajSSSgKEIdiSiiiaiilifllSIiiEaKEEiiasfSiidiaiaggsvg^Jilothl
nothing,® sg?gss|8m8£88$mg? gi
clothing 3<pd3»o3*o'33333S33c!333S33d2 5 333J23g jJjjjjJJj
Clothing ESTABLISHED IfM. REBUILT me r&'
Clothing ESTABLISHED IKik. KEBUILr ls» - hl
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
C'loililim
Clothing
nothing
Clothing
tlottuj
J -OUllpr
Clothllkr
Ciothin?
Clothing
Clothing
CHotniag
Clothing ONE-PRlOr. CLOTHING EMPOUITW OP cSthniy
ClothllM uNK-rHIOE CLOTHING EUl'CmUd* UP CioSlS
Clothing JOHN 11. MOORE, ciorffi
Clothing JOHN H. JttOOHK, ClothiiK
Clothing JOHN H. MOORE. tHoth nJ
Clothing JOHN H. MOORE, Cloth nS
Clothing JDHN H. MOORE, Cloth nj
Clothing JOHN H. MOORE. ClothinJ
Clothing 22* MARKET Sf. - 228 MARKET ST. Cloth
CiOthing Wi JVCvKKLT NT.- m M ARK IT ST. ClothlS
Clothing 1*8 MARKET Si*. - £18 MARKET ST. Clothing
Per Mprlng and Sommer Wear 1 b now Clothing
Complete in Every Depart- Clothing
ment. Our Ntecu of Clothing
JtfcADtf-VIADK CLOTHING Cloth ni
KEADY-MADE CLOTHING Clothing
For Men, \ outhe. Hoy* ana Children Clothing
Fdr Men, Youths. Hoys and Children nothing
clothing Is now complete. We ask the eitlien.] ol WII- Clothing
nothing mington and the surrounding country to give Clothing
< Nothing us a call before jmrchaslng.raurant«ei*ig them < -lothtnir
Clothing SUPERIOR GOODS, BEST WORKMAN- C othini
Clothing SHIP AND LOWEST PRICES nothin?
Clothing In the elty. Our stock el Clothing is made Clothing
Clothing hereunder our own supervision. Every arti- clothing
Clothing cle guaranteed satisfactory. Clothing
Clothing SPECIALTIES IN CHILDREN'S Clothing
Clothing o ■ — - « •-e Clothing
Clothing q n Jo-o t nothing
Clothing | CLOTHING | J | CLOTHING | ClothlS
Clothing • o | o——-© Clothing
Clothing o -- o e-—a Clothing
Clothing - Clothing
Clothing Of whieh wo have the largest a oddest assort- Clothing
Clothing ment ot any hoase In the State. OfcthtM
Clothing UUK MOTTO IN HOYS* AND CHILDREN'S OlothiL
Cfitthlng CLOTHING IS: ciotBSr
Ciotning -—— ciothiiw
CiOthing THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY. cSSL
Clothing ClothlL
Clothing All onx goods are sponged before Making, and sowed with the —
Olothlsg best silk.
Clothing Acknowledged by the labile as the rl
Clotklig LEADERS IN BEADY-MADE AND MEROHANTTAILOR- Cl
C nothing 1NG IN THIS CITY.
CiothIng We desire to return ear thanks to eur host of
Clothing assart them that thi! season we will outdo all our
t nothing to iCvei hem
Clothing SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES IN THF. PURCHASE OF Clothll
THEIR <'LOTIIING. ci 0 SS
OUR MERCHANT TAILORING.DEPARTMENT Clothh
Is under the supervision or ClothJi
NATHANIEL BAYNE, NATHANIEL BAYNE, Clotblm
Well known as a frsbslaiB artist to you all. clothiar
t-lothfug OUR STOCK OF SPRING AND SIJMMFJi Clothing
Clothing SUITINGS IN LARGE AND VARIED, Clothing
C.othitig COMPIilSiNC} ALL THE Clothing
Clothing LAT1WT STYLES AND NOVELTIES Clothing
Clothing in the market, bought before the rise Clothing
Clothing In woolens, and will be sold at a Clothing
Oioitiinp small advance en the cost. Clothing
Clothing and made trimmed in < 'lothtng
Clothing the best manner Clothing
Clothing usd latest Clothing
dothlng style Clothing
Clothing t ut Clothing
•m Mirket St.
Ciothing.
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
SPRING ,:ND SUMMER 1880
SPUING i.ND SUMMER 1880.
OUR STOCK FCLOTHING AT'HIE
DUB STOCK P CL »TKIN(J AT TuE
OLD AND RELI iHLE
OLD AN ' 1 RLL1AHLE
r.othinK
r.othiuk
clothing
Clotbiog
Cloth'DR
OlothloK
toothing
k
noth
pe'roac,
former e
and cio
effort* Clo
Clothing
■ liothlng
Clothing
Clothing
,'lotmi
r
PI
A FULL LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING
AND HUHliER WEAR CONSTANTLY ON HARD.
GENTS' FURNISHING HOODS
AyOiir zslezmer, Mcim. Jowpb linridson. George N. Hagan and A. A Lain,
kagf; ta see their laaaenma Irlende and ahow tkeui through onr atoek.
MS
DRY GOODS.
OSIERY ! HOSIERY !!
S. II. STAATR,
S. H. 8TAATS,
NO. 406 MARKET STREET,
NU. 406 MARKET STREET,
Will open this ay
THE LARGEST AND MOST
eoJdPLElTE ASSUKI MENT
—or—
FANCY HOSIERY
FANCY HOSIERY
cry
Hosiery
Hoalery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hositry
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
Hosiery
—YOB—
LADIEb GBNtS* AND MltiSES'
EveT belore oflerod In this efty.
Having ju*,t received lmrge Invoices
from threo ef tLe
LEAD! NgImPURTING
HOUSE Iff FH li«A DELPHI A.
Perrons would do well to call and
make seteufoi s while ihe assort
ment is eomplete.
.
E VARIETY PALACE
ADAMS A BKO.
604-MARKET STREET—(04
J BHmtLBff
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES.
rjui
'A by 8
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toyp
Toys
Toys
!
BICYCLESI
A handsome lot of new children's ear- •
riairef just In. Call aud exam
ine them.
DRY GOODS HOSIERY AND
Fteor «vir„u?u b l. A 0U «:ot T h.. wtocow:
shades kIhsb, Ub. orookerj»ud woodeu
ware, onUery, rugs, Ksmeii, suir rode,
braekels, base ball sod bats, maeks.si
press wiigeni, veloclpiedes.
ROOKING HOK
Toys
Toys
SRR,
doll carriages, wheel barrows, fire
works, aims, lanterns, drums, looking
glasses, toys
FANCY GOODS AND DOLLStOF
ALL KINDS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS
Agouti for John Clark's Milt End
COTTON, COTTON,
George Clark's C>. N. T. Colton, Wii
limantic, and sole agents for
BRAIN HR I). ARMSTRONG CO.
SILKS. SILKS.
Cheapest place In the city to buy any
thinu at
ADAMS A BROTHERi
Tbyi
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toy*
Toys
'I'cys
To
: l
Teyi
Toys
Toyn
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
Toys
604 Market rtreat.
6U4 Ma.ike; street
LARDY.Hi MEEDS.
■J^AKDBEni'S EXTRA EARLY PEAS,
LANDRCTH'S EXTRA EARLY PEAS,
EARLY KENT, PREMIUM GEM, Ac.,
EARLY KENT, PREMIUM GEM, Ac.,
BLACK AND WHITE WAX BEANS,
BLACK AND WHITE WAX BEANS,
CROSBY'S NEW ENGLAND SUGAR
AND STuWM.I.'S EVERGREEN
SUGAR CORN,
Promlnm Flat, Dutch end Drumhead Oab
Dago Seed, new ciop OBage Orange Seed.
SEED POTATOES,
WHITE AND YELLOW ONION SETS,
LAWN GRASS,
WHITE BUTCH CLOVER, Ac,, A.,, Ac.
W. N. CHANDLER,
«11 MARKET ST.,
«11 MARKET ST.,
Hall way hotwesu 6th and 7th. M
CLOIH1BO.
MAMMOTH SALI
$ 50,000 WORTH
-OF
FUSING AND SUMM
CLOTHING
At such prices as shall Insure Immedlito
SATURDAY. APRL
.
W1IJ, HE COMMENCED Af
Nathan Lieberman'sSt
S. t. CORNER
5 THAKDMARKE
GRAND CLOTHING 8A
!

This Is the statement^ my •»•£ *■]
'ting an unusually brink trade tbli«J
NO-.imreste® WI.Sm'^ n' KeSfy-"«*•
'"^^0'"cere ' '
m 'i e ^ tt t nil tiasuds toroako soles"** 1
c i o m| 0 K. I efler them ''V
B|uck AT pjnoEB LOWER THAh e
FURNISHING G 001
ISITBI'. B®Y'»
OKKS't DKFAUrRfV*■
Tble Deiiartroent hw teen
me thia feai-on. Havififi . M |J
.leek of goods In tills department l
dent that 1 can suit ihe most laeli j
NATHAN LIEBERMA
s. is. c:i;nkk
FIFTH AND MARK
N. B.-Mewrt. George
Furerr.an anl William
olited with tble hOTK anil lovitsi^
to call and see them.
D l.l llh, SEEDS,
• HENDERSON'S BKS t
Golden Wss Be»". (j® se«IJ
EARLY VALENTINE, «**{**"
SIX WEEKS, PREMIUM
CABBAGE, (Very
HEAD, DRUM HEAD SAVU'. a
EARLY VARIETIES, EAJ&* %
GANNETT C0I!N ' " N9 IlAB
EARLY, EARLY ADAMS, (
EARLY, EARLY
STOWELL'S EVEKGSEEIf, "
nsnAW—SCS'
SEI»
A nd a
MBNDEBSO*' 8
salk aT
FOR
Crippen's
Seed and
*11
WEST TIM#®
NO. 3

xml | txt