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Editor* nu(I Proprietor*.
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ax -t.Hfc.L- n.) i'll
Mm Wilmington. lx»I
i >FI H fc A ■
second class ij.mi!
it. rv >.■'
• v Kftl.
1 he circulation of the Ke
PUbi.iCAN is steadily climbing
up to seven thousand daily.
Our press rooms are open to
everybody.
Mil HIM V At «.l Ml, 1883.
ID hi rue I ion ol' Life.
The summer thus far has been an ex
*, in the way ot
traordii ary, prolific
disaster* that have occurred and the
lumber "1 lives that have been losi
within the last four w»eks. Death has
reaped a rich harvest,from earthquakes,
tires, sinking piers and collisions aud
a person would naturally suppose that
involuntary causes of sudden deaths
were sufficiently large to fill up the
ghastly catalogue without having to
add to it the
her of deaths by sui
cide that bate occurred. The summer
seems to he characterized by an
usual number of deaths by self dost rue.
tion, all over the country. Nearly every
day the papers are full of accounts
suicides mm id ten of murders connected
1
with rh m. A husband disappointed
and tir d oi life kills first his wife aud
then himself. A wife and mother per
haps with cause for grief aud with dark
forebodings of accumulating troubles
aud misery not only ends her own life
by violence, but in several instances'
the lives of her innocent children. The
pistol, the razor, the knife, the river,
the deadly poison, have all had numer
ous victims and by the willing consent
of the victims themselves. It seems a
little surprising that in a season like
this, that presents so many opportuni
ties of en v jyment—a season of plenty
when there should he no suffering from
want, a season of labor reasonably
well requited with wages, there should
be so m my persons depressed in spirits
and discontented with life. Lif* is pleas
ant ami enjoyable, or unpleasant and
miserable, just as we make it and take
it.
Tli * lauses which lead to so many
multiple d cases of self destruction and
ly crimes in many cases a
sily traced and so perfectly under
stood that they need no Illustration
Over indulgence and the neglect of the
projn-r training of children must even*
tuaily lead to trouble in after life.
Children as a general rule are per
mitted to do very much as they please,
and ilc*y grow up and start out in life
witnoiif. having sound principles of
morality, economy , and business habits
incub ated in their hearts and impressed
upon their characters. Thus educated,
or rather left uneducated in all that
d physical wel
iiothing more can be expected
than they will drift into the tempting
channels of life that promise ease and
ent, but which is almost certa
to end in financial and moral disaster.
upping stones to a
e easy of descent. Legal
feline;ineiift* and the strong arm of the
law e.timot reach the suicide. One des
perate impulsive act and all is
Nothing can reach and check the terri
ble i i : c i f self destruction that is sweep
ing over the country, hut the teaching
correct morals bv
p.Guiis—indeed by every body who
would avoid the dreadful vortex of j
crin.•* and immorali y that is
iii(. iisai' iind anil threatens
the innot'. nt with the guilty.
other 1 m
per'ains to the moral a
vi). joy
From these the
uf
uu'.cating
hliU
.
engulf I
Till: QPtfKSTEPS hold fii nobly to
the rear end *.f the ehanijiionship col
umn of games. Anything like that, can
t wo ends anyhow, and
Idle
the Harrish
determined
to Ini' e
e flic (juieksK jt have shut all
the oihrrs out by seizing with a death*
like grip the only end left,
guaid
is the point *.f ho
u the
and : his j•* *>t is a
Wil
in ing: *
8fil I K 11
bo s:t
grants
i n, snioU* a smile, ;i
of twenty-nine \ a
verity
Kirning !
!
He Ims not had mi
h of :i fi
the w iv of hoarding prisoners sinee he j
oking
•ritf. hut husitiess is h
up a J
A T i t tci; v 'i states that th*- Jr • s at |
N vi-'c.
ed.
e, that the
or tri
bad
investigation
account j
u used h;
n< f the t<
trial
An f.s< iiam.k
v-y, Maim
Vs I
has hatchml Hio.di
father had
of Noi
Haltno'
L
there u
er. h« must have Imd
part cf the huh. i
c f»f if.
vcaMtig * 11
a h
Sknatou Wailc llampto
in
I'mimiciphia last
light,
f./day, an
• f politics, we would
He is going
d if he hadn't
to Now V. rk
OUt
i< mi fill have t hought he
< K 1,\ about the I'residem v.
.is going to
ID'
ii r. i; pi.atiun of " capital to lab
•oming a topic for pulpit oratio
!'. A 11. (PBrim
i
ill give his
if at Madch s (!hapcl t«/.
lb
inorr • vctdng.
is too bard with
are not young any
small ifiMiirancc
rc
I>«» x i
ursil
life.
Mayor Wait s comphiisantly srnik-H
at tlie \ exatiotiH and trials ot Judge
Uumiiiins,and soto voce, says you know
bow it. i» yourself now.
4 amp NrfiluiiN.
The cnnip meeting aeasoij iH now in
full blast. Some have been already
held, some are under way and prepara
lions are being made to attend others 1
vet to be held. The two camp meetings
which more immediately affect the
Wilmington camp meeting people arc
W i mil la
and Brandywine Summit'
both beyond the b« umiariea of the
State. Brandywine summit camp
will commence on Monday, August
Writ, ami Woodlawn a day later. Chea
ter Heights is mar Wilmington, blit
somehow it never took a strong hold
upou the Wilmington people, it par
took more of the character of a sniuiner
pleasure resort for the purpose of enjoy
ing ease and retirement during the
summer season, and consequently
failed to bring to its support the Wil
mington Methodists who still have a
genuine leaning to old time Methodism.
Brandywine Summit ramp to all in
tents aud purposes suits them much
better. Here they meet for about two
weeks in a beautifully shaded natural
grove, blessed with the best of cold,
sparkling water. The rents are plain,
yUbstantial and comfortable. If there
are noue on the ground to suit, those
desiring may take their tents w ith them
provided they correspond with the re*
quired regulations governing tents.
who meet here preserve
many of the traits of old and successful
Methodism wheu camp meetings were
held for no other purpose than for the
conversion of souls. Ministers of the
The people
gospel in those days went to camp
meetings to labor harder than at their
home appointments, and even now
Brandywine Summit
more of a place of labor than for ease
and recreation. Wood lawn partakes
of the same character aud may still be
>ld lime primitive camp
for minister*
styled a
meeting, though it has required <•(
siderable effort to keep it and Brandy'
wine Summit from drifting iuto the
more refined and modern mode ot
Ocean Grove, Chester Heights and lie
hoboth. The time spent at camp meet
ing is about, the only recreation and let
up from hard labor that many toiling,
hard working people get and even at
camp the busy frugal house-wife is
not satisfied unless she is busy sweep
ing the extemporized yard, scrubbing
nigh steps and scouring tin culinary
utensils. But it is life in the woods for
a few days and oven if attended with
toil it is a change and that is beneficial
in every respect.
The visit*>ks at. Newport are threat
ened with trouble if they do not de
sist from fox-hunting. The branch of
the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty
matter in hand and threaten to make
it warm for the hunters,
humanitarians have something to go
Newport, for the fox hunters
etiiues catch their fox which is
etion of the
A more formidable obstacle
to the pursuit of happiness and foxes
by the Newport fox hunters are the
farmers w ho strenuously object to hav
ces pulled down and their
by Mr. Vanderbilt
Animals has taken the
The lux
»P'»H *
Heidi *
the ease in this s
ing their f* i
and lii> English acquaintanei
They
do not < ompreliend the right of :i
millionaire to rush through a field of
standing wheat and corn with a troop
of horses aud kennels of yelping
hounds after a lone fox. Though this
e spurt for the him ers the
farmers fail to see the point and talk
irli shot guns and other
measures of defence if their rights are
if r« faliating
UOt respeefed.
Tm: iminignition ' oiuinissioners re
vetity-eiglir fiimilies have
port that
ated in the State during last month
in Sussex and thirteen in Kent'
This is e.D' ouraging but there is no goo,j
hundred families
titf.
vh\
shuuld not have settled in the State in
that time.
ur climate is salubrious,
v of cultivation and ex
ceedingly productive when cultivated
rtl" lur^f
York, Philadelphia, Wilmington and
Baltiniun right at our doors. The pop -
ul.itt<>it of Delaware should be aid
would be doubled in the next, ten yearn
ere fully made
uill farms
More i- work for J he I in migrant ('(.minis.
ii we hope they will r»e equal
and here a
uirkets of New
if
advantage
hose seeking s
thosi. who ea
w wfir'd with Wiilia
vf re thii'tcm
this in
Penn in
iermnn families,
Cre*
e by iiis invitation fn
field on
lender
• a** the
f I lie party*
fi * :■
itli William Pei
t
<• of si V tlinilsH
d am
The des.o-nda
!s of tliege old
eer- intend to celebrate in
pim
coming
uinner
ding of thei
•fathers
The celebration
In- nth, 7th, «th a
d Hth
when
Philadelphia,
<• (iemonstration
»: lid -
chaructcris
(MJUilllin^ he lti-ce|i1ei
iial
Wk i
i./cal
-d' Ogle's lots tor
's RKPI'KEB'aN, hut f(
vrittci
the sale
be
it, we must frankly Hay
we forgo* t.o d(/so, but If this article
reaches the - yes of anybody ii
ant
ho
time
e would May to thet
that tin
ot* '.tk<?s |dac*
this afternoon,
dent ly located in t he
Till lotM
car the
IL a ( fi lhiiiroa.il, and a hack starts fV,
the
of sale at half
Sixth a
d Market s
,i„pv,
time a
vi-h cM ryhody could read this
in
to the sale. \V«
egret
fi"
'that w<-overlooked flic notice, hut
ve. feel better
after having made an honest confessi-i
W -vi i:k-m i .
fif/ss are too high at this
•only-five, forty and fifty
Henson at
cents apiece.
1
A gentleman who always say 8
something wheu ho speaks, came iuto
our sanctum this morning and said ho
expected
Jersey truck basket would be reduced
down to the size ot a ladies' thimble
He recollected when they held six half
pecks, but they now hold about three,
and h * knew when it took 2,240 pouudsi
of coal to make a ton,but l,.'>f/0 answered
the purpose
The trucker should punch his head w ith
rotten cantaloupes, and the coal dealersi
shut him up and exphyxeate him on
the spot with coal gas.
believe him.
eo the time soon whe. a
v. Oh, the slanderer
We tlou'l
Officer John Pierson, not succeed
ing in arranging a swimming match at
home to suit him, is determined not to
be deprived of an exhibition of his dex*
ferity and agility as a water-buffer and
consequent 1 ," 'ins entered for a trial for
the champion's badge as a swimmer, in
a contest ai Harlem, New York, next
Monday. We hone Mr. Pierson will
bring uot only more credit to Wilming
ton than the Quickstep base hall club*
hut the champion's gold badge as well.
A KKPOKTKK from the Republican,
who has been unsparing in his criticism
of the Quickstep's bad playing will
hereafter " be ea<v." ID* went out yes-'
terday to theScheutzen park in the pride!
of his prowess and strength to poke an
e in his game pouch, but he
got gobbled up hinisHf and now he
knows how it goes. The only run he
made was after the game was over, and
that was a home run to the supper
table.
amateur
Thi: condition of th
strike remains practically
the situation having reached a point of
endurance between the Companies and
the striking opera tors. IU
some are leaving the rank-! of the strik
ers, and are returning to their desks. If
the Companies hold out a week or two
louger they w,,, virtually he masters of
the .situation, and the strike may be
considered ended.
telegraphers'
changed,
and there
Temperance holers.
the Republican.
Ft
Toe list of new names in this week's
Conference Worker is as follows :
Thos. L. Layton, Jo'mi T. Kennedy,
Hugh Thom, David E. King, <'. II.
Campbell. Joun A. Lee, Alex Fierce,
Chas. Brown, C. A. Grilling, Andrew
Ot. Taylor, C. II. Ibdd, J. VI. Mason, J.
H. Gray, ('lias. Hutton,.las. F. Hunker,
.1. B. Waters, Rolif. II. Kite, Mar^ellus
Fleming, John Maxwell, Jos. L. Baker,
K L. .Mi Keag, Daniel Bruce, J. A.
Parsons, James H liter, W. G. Rev*
Holds, H. MeNeal, J. J. McMullen,
Dean Fritz, W. H. Grantland, T.
B. Brown, Win. T. W oten, Win. Kel
ley, Win. II. Combs, Jno. W. Mi
ton, W. F, Marvel, Joseph <\ Wright,
Jno. S. Caldwell, Geo. W. Clark, J. H.
(rootl win, At more Davis, Hiram II.
King, Richard Slack, H. L Weer, C.
K. Bowers, Thos. (iislem, .las. France,
McCall,S. V. Morrell,
Frank I*. Richardson, Rev. I Jewell,
Dolby, John
•k
Dane Pyle, \V
Rev. »ias. T. Scott, Lilw.
H. Pederiuk.
W.
To lie Lovo«l.
There is nothing so sweet as to be loved,
' ' The
•Ne.-p'
" "*g.
. pure love,
which is not a thing of the senses but of
the soul—love that is the outgrowth of
goodness—what will not
win or keep such tenderness'/ What
will not one risk, or dare, or forsake for
it? Is any journey long that has a
lov. -kiss at the end of it—any duty
hard that cements the bonds between
two hearts? To be truly loved is the
great reward life hastooff**r And any
* who l as a heart, and does not mind
showing it, who can put aside selfish
ness and he true toothers, can win love.
To have people temporarily in love with
you needs only beauty.
• must have truth, tenderness, con
stancy, and responsiveness. B** good,
and do good, and despite all that is said
about tliis woild's ingratitude.some one
l.
be loved
T
will love vou.
1 Iiono KyiiipfoniN
have fully developed into an
In eonsequeucethe desfriiu'ion of profits
is regretable. Dealer!
of manufactured tobacet s will remember
Seventh and Orange is th** place, and
Chapman is the man.
epidemic.
I
•nnslimer
t or Nate.
A five-horse power engine and boiler
that, has l>een used alsuit two years, in
first-class order, can he Dmglit cheap at
the Republk an office
4 atarrli or (lie Hlailder.
Stinging irritation, infiammation, all
Kidney and Urinary Complaint q
by Bueliu-paiha.
al
li.
fijGISl fciR'.S URDEK.
R
liBGIHTKH H (>EEKT5. I
'astlkCo.. Del.. July •«. lss;<. <
t'pou the npplieailon of Hannali W. Rleli
' T. A., ol Ashton i ishard
son, late of Christnma lid., in said county,
dec'd.lt is ordered and directed by the Regis
ter that the Adm'rx aforesaid give notice of
granting of lettersof Administration upon the
estate of the deceased, with the date ot urant
Itik: thereof, by causing advertisement** to he
posted within forty days from the date of such
Letters, in six of the most public places of the
County of New Castle, requiring all persons
having demands against the estate to present
the si
N
. Adm'rx
■infi
abide, by
act
:.ide
I ;
tiled: and alsoc
i inserted within the same peri
od in the Daily Rkim hi.
putdished in Wilmington.and to be
therein three weeks, (e-o-d).
Die
•w-paper
ntintied
. Given under the hand and Seal of
j L.P.. [ office of the Register aforesaid, at Wifi
f ' uiinghm, in New Castle Cuiinty afore
id. the <lay and \
itten.
S.c. BIGGS. Kogister.
Noticb—A ll persons havingcli
the estale «»f the dee
fiduly attested. t<
s against
sed must present the
the Administratrix
before the 20th day of July. A. D., iss4, or
abide the Act of Assembly In such case made
and provided.
HANNAH W. RICHARDSON.
Adiiiinl-ini
Address, Wilmington. Del.
iy26
EGISTEK'N (iRDfiiK,
R
KkoISTRU'H (IFFICK,
NTV, DHL.. July 7, 1883.
N BW CaHTLKC
Epon th': application of John It. Rodney.
Executor of George B. Rodney, lute of New
Castle Hil .in said county, dt-cifi.it is ordered
a ml directed by the Register that the fiAeeiitor
ii lores,iid
Testamentary upon the estate of Hie deceased
with the date of granting thereof, by causing
advertisements to he posted within "forty days
from the date of such Letters in six of the
most public places of the county of New ('
tie. requiring all persons having demands
against the estate to present the same,
abide by an Act of Assembly In such
made and provided : and also cause the same
to ho inserted within the same period In the
Daily Rkpi iilican, a newspaper published
In Wilmington and to be continued therein
f Letters
ice of granting
three weeks, (e. o. d.)
— Given under the hand and Heal
• L. h. / of \ utlcc of the Register aforesaid, at
( — ' Wilmington, In New Castle county
iforesaid, the day and year above written.
S. C. HIGGS, Register.
Notiub.--A ll persons havingclalmsagalnst
the estate of the <leceased must present tlie
same, duly attested, to the Executor, on or
; the 9th day of July, A. D., 1884,
or abide the Act of Assembly in such case
made and provided.
JOHN H. RODNEY, Executor.
Address, Now Castle, Del.
befi
W
G
OULET'S EXCLUSION
—n*—
Ocean Grove, Anbury l'ark an<l
Long Branch,
ON THURSDAY. AUGUST 2.5
All attention and care given to insure pleas
ure aud comfort to the Exeutsiunlsts while go
ing to and from the beautiful seaside resorts
that can lie visited in the 9% hours the ox
curslonists wllljlmve to spend in sight seeing
and bathing, with
the cutup-meeting
that time.
Mo change of cars. Seats all numbered.
Lxourslonlsts will leave the I'.. W. x II.
depot at 6 a. m.. sharp. Returning, leave
Ucean Grove at 7 30 p. in., allowing b ,i "rs
at Ocean Grove.
Wholf TlckeiH,
llall Tickets,
n opportunlt- of visiting
that will he going on at
#2.00
1.00
J^XI I KMIIS TO ATLANTIC (TTY
f*L OB 7KT njpy jgE
SUNDAY, AUGUSTS, Witt.
On Steamer S. M. Felton
—AND—
West Jersey Railway.
FARE. ROUND TRIP,
• 1.00
On Sunday July Kth,
a Special Exclusion,
via, the swift ami cotn
loodl
M. Felt
Steamer S.
spe
ciai train over the pop
ular West Jersey Railroad will he made to
Atlantic City and rcturn.stopping at Marcus
Hook and Chester each way,allowing Excur
ionists
5 hours at the Sea Shore.
Leaving Wilmington at 6.30 a. til., arriving
at Atlumic City at 11 o'clock : leaving ' tla
tic City at 4.10. Fi
ly one dollar.
for the Round 1 rip on
gUNI)A\EXCURSIONS
TO PHILADELPHIA.
Steamer W ilm i ngton
leaves Fourth st. wharf
to-morrow at 6.41 a. in
and 12.30.
ing, leaves Phihidel
9.1ft a o.. and
4.1ft p in.,si op11 ug each way at Marcus Hook
and Chester.
Fare to Philadelphia, 15 cents ; excursion
tickets, 2ft cent*; to intermediate points. 10
cents : excursion tickets, 1ft cents. iny26-stf
: Ls&isS:
: return
ph
T. PATRICKF.YCUKMON
s
Atlantic City,
From French street wharf
Funnsgrove, «»n
TIIUKSDA V, AUG. 30, (! P. M.
iJ , 14.al,2»ttU4,U,W,a6
rjIHIKD EXCU RSI ON
Hope Lodge, No. 21,1. O. (). F.,
—OF—
ATLANTIC CITY
TO
ON
;
TIIUKKDAY, AUUUNT l«. lkkii,
Via. Pennwmve Route. Adults' tickets
$1.25; clitldrun, 65 cents. Leave French street
wharf at 6.20 a. m . slmrp. .ia4,7,H. 11,13,14,1
70'
JIII.W* I HMU.V l ,»M a.l.
T>. PHILADELPHIA AND KKTI'RN.
Reduction of fare to Chester. Hook and )'bt)
adeiphia.
I he swift,favorite and
commodious steamer.
".V n. FELTON,"
leaves Wilmington at U
6.30 a. in. and 12.45 noon, xi
Returning,
Chestnut street wimrt at 9.15 a. m.
Fere to « liesteror Hook, 10cent,
tickets, 15 ceots. To Philadelphia. ]ft cents:
excursion. 2ftc. EXCURSION BY Si fc AM
BOAT AND RETURN BY KAIL. Tickoti
will be sold on the boat good to return by tU
F. W. & H. K. K. on accommodation train,
only, from Philadelphia, 75 conts ; Llnwoo*
(Marcus Hook,) 50 '?eul»: Chester. 40 cent*
G H 11PDDELL,
Superintendent Wilmington Steam bout < »
m 10 V
leaves
: excur.doL
O N AND AFTER SATURDAY, !V1AY IV.
Two trips t.o Philadelphia daily.
AsrChange of time a ini reduction of Rates - ®*
STEAMER WILMINGTON,
For Philadelphia, call
ing at Marcus Hook
and Chester, leaves
WiiimiitUun dail y '
( S u n d a y lncludRd'),s5s9RMflHM0p
from l-ourtn st. wluirf^^^^^^" 1
at 6.40 a. in. and 12.30 p. in ; returnliiK ieavei
Philadelplii
ond wharf below Chestnut street. Boat c
be chartered for moonlmht excursions at low
rates. Freight received all'day atpliiladel
phia. Fare to Phi la ielphta. lftc.; exeurslot
tickets. 25c.; to intermediate points, loe.;
rnrl7-tf
9.311 a.
. 4 15 p. 111. from s
cursion tickets, 1ft.
IAPB MAY.
K STEAM UR—
H
()! FOR
SUSIE A. Mt CALL
Will connect dallv with the
STEAMER REPUBLIC f<,
CAPE MAY at s
$1.00; Sundays. 75 cents,
leave Wilmington for Pe
30.
ibie—Will
usgrovos
rove 6 a.
»., 10 a.
Cm
■t daily (except Wclm.t <hm with
l 'L\ DE for Col II mu' Bench * n.| p.
i. fii
bay
;>o cent.'
CAPTAIN DENNY.
r
BL1C BALE
FKfc.SH COWS. SPR1 N(jEKS AND FAT
ST( »CK.
I be suhscrltier will offer at Public Sale, at
tb« 1 'baud's Ford Hotel. Delaware County
1 H T ' KS J A Y, A UG 1 ST 16, 1M3,
i
A lot of llre -b
fr.f. gtf-ck. All persons are invited to MV -
or tfioro. AMOS W. lit
L W. Stidhaw a Son, Aucts.
, spr* tigers
>UBE1C SALE—WILL BE SOLIMiN
W eilncsday sftcriioen,
k. a brick house, No.Ohf,
ug "lx rooms ami
dsh t<.
I
the promises.
Align t sili i
fi^a-t 11th street. c«
kitchen. >ale positive, as the parties
remove fr«
/.AC':. JOHNS.
the city.
L. W.S'umiAM a.' Son, Aucts.
>!1I2 .:
FURNITURE DOWN.
Look nl thlM and anvo your money.
As I mu now about tearing down my pres
building to erect a larger
niofJh.us i>uddli.g to accommodate my fast
'•■'•r-.-i'iiig iiiislness, 1 have temporarily r
»ved my largo stock ol Furniture and Oi
ls to tlfe corner of Sixth and Tatmtll sts.,
.:rly occupied by Win. Woodward, where
1 will otter extraordinary Inducements to all
who wisu to purchase during tl.o next.'JO days.
As ldo to/t wl-h to remove my stock hack
Into the new building when completed, as re
... incurs consider hie expense,the bene
fit of which 1 will give to purchasers,
the largest stock in Delaware.
M. MEGARY,
51(1 Tat nail Mtreef, Ullinf ngion.
1>14
N. MELCHIOR,
GUNSMITH,
No, 214 King Street
HAH FUR SALE
HKRRCU AND JH77J F. LOADING
GUNS
of all makes, revolvers and cartridges of all
kinds. Fine nickel-plated revolvers, $1.26
Implements for breech-loading guns, glass
balls and traps, and fishing tackle. Repair
ng do ne at short notice _
1EUUND HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS
also, clothing bought and sold, by H. p
LEVEUlDGENo. 408 W. Frontst. jy9-eo
S
□IL STOVES!
An Oil Stove that is perfectly made, easily managed, safe and free
from odor, is a convenience once enjoyed no family would he with
out. The Florence Oil Stove has been awarded more medals of su
periority than any other in the market, and is undoubtedly the best.
The Nickel Plate, with extension top,having three 7-ineh holes,every
one of which will operate the oven and boil water quickly is the
best medium priced oil stove.
Jjgr"Orders by mail receive attention at once
II.
at
'■•if?
HENRY F. PE KELS.
7 AND k FAST FOURTH STUFF'!',
STOVES—Stoves & I louse Furnishing Goods—STOVES
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL CO
PRINCIPAL OFFICE. N. E. COR. SECOND AND RING Sirs; Kh HOUSE AMD
KMi imp:.
COAL YARD OVER THIRD STICK
BRANCH OFFICE AND DEPOT. Fourth and Poplar streets. and \< 209 w Light ft street
PKICEOF EASTERN !CE:
49 cents per week | lo pounds dully .. ..
6 poll
dally.
eonm per week
H
OS
1 2fc
12
. 70
..11.0ft "
30 POUNDS ANDOVER AT THE KATE OF^'CTS *00 POUNDS
The least neglect or Incivility on the parr of a driver should be made known at the office at
, and It will receive prompt attention. We k*j«p
TIOH or COAL
where shoot wagon can he used.
JACOB PIJSKY, President. E. T. WA Lt'ON. i'oasurer. M1J.LER STKADLEY. Sec'y.
itantly on hand a ohoick sklhc
"elhiru free ol charge
the inopt popular mines, which we depv
to
ENTERPRISE COAL
Lehigh and Schuylkill Coal, $5 75.
FREE BURNING COAL $5.00.
SAND.
WOOD,
LIME,
Star Bono Phosphate. gF |]
VOSHELL & SOLOMON
First Wharf Went of Shipley Street.
no v
FURNITURE.
FURNITURE
J. & J. N. HARMAN,
No 410 King Street.
( ait now m!«ii «t oar wareroonu, the largest and finoataMortmaai •)
(Pnnilfnre to be found In the Ntate. We guarantee to mlt «tery*oit Is
PRIOR, QUALITY and NTYLE. You will alwaj* find It to your tutor**
to call aud *ce no before |»archa*luir elsewhere.
COLD SPRING ICE AND ( OAL CO
OFFICE, 403 KING STREET.
OFF If'F, If i: IIOIIM:, AMI f OAI. YAH1I, OUK NAKKET «T. RKI1H4K
FRIGES OF EASTERN ICE:
6 p<-uutls dally.49 cents per week 116 pounds daily.
S " " .... 56 " " 120 " " .
;S4 centn pei week
98
12
.70 •
2ft
..11.06
26 pine*
metri centp per 100 pounds. Ice by the ton at um rut:*. Ice delivered
All j > iu • Ml» ( >i>. Your patronage solicited. We will do our best t<* ideate.
my
DELAWARE STEAM MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS,
ALL KINDS OF WOHK DONE IN MARBLE, SAND-STONE
AND GRANITE. LOWEST PRICES LARGEST STOCK.
I > A VID80N A BROTHER
FIFTH AND KING STREETS.
iyll-6tn
II.I.I It'H C OTTAGE
M
Kc-htteil uiul enlarge I,
Georgia Avenue, 2 doors from Al«
luulie Ave
open. Full ocean view. Terms mod-|
crate. Dint
LER, formerlv of Leeds Cottage, Atlantic
City, IN. .1. F. it. In
N
* MRS. 1. 11. MIL
jeft-lm
IV.
i
RADI OIII* HOI NE.
B
MRS. E. PRIESTLEY, FROPK1ETKESS.
On the Beach. Third house above Georgia j
Avenue,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Wr First-class hoard at reasonable prices.
Special arrangements made with lodge*
1 iid societies. Bathing suits hired. P. 'J.
ap20-4rc
Hex 415.
Established
1873.
City by flie Sea, Ocean Grove, K. J.
Enlarged ft imvkovki
1883.
Sheldon House.
Finest |summer
. Largest (ACcoinui<*.latloni'SK))Jertdlng {
the Grove
i
•r hotel on the
Anbury )
in*1 most central
Park. Passenger elevator, hot and cold
water, andtdoctrlc baths: wtenin heat,and all •
modern improvements. Perfect, drainage, bo •'
malaria
squitoes. lenuti moderate.
a.
DPEN ALL THE YEAK.
WKLCOMK K. SHELDON,
-SOLE OWNER AND MANAGER.-
my23-tt
■ML
WaTlII.N H il OIITfil DLL'S I
j Academy for Young Men and Boys.
Media, Peiuia.. 12 mile* from Philadelphia,
iept. Ii.
!S
at
N«> extra
ers every expense
charges,
tlio
No incident il expe
N
tor iidmissi
. Tbirteeu expen
spc-ial opportunities lor
>t studf nt.
i
™r!n r l!>" 111 e!. f t| l "VfF a !.r , rtM , .I.'nti ,,1 m*y' , i. , i"iijJ;t
.itij slmliw ll... r.-ituUi Knuli.-I.,)
alor i ivil Engine-1
sc. Students fitted at Media Acad- •
Harvard. Yule, and ten
therColleges ami Polytechnic schools. A
• licinieul Laboratory; a lino
.d. 1.500 v.ds.
s doithled
College in 1883.
•lass in <Commercial Dcp't in
»orai ice
charter which prohibits (be sale of all intoxi
cating drinks. For new Illustrated Circular
address the Principal and Prop., SW1TH1N
c. S11CRTE1DGE, A. M.,(Harvard l niver
jy27-lm
Miiihe. Jhisiru.'
(•
t<.
I'lixsical aud a
Gymm
ad*
In 1883. 'l en students sent
A grad uuti
l>wCi. Media has 7 churches,and
I to Library in Iss:i. Appart
re
s.t,y G
luate), Media, Pa.
THUNKN AND TKAVELING BAHI
J. A. CONNER,
reliable harness
and trunk manufac
turer has removed
to his new store. No
4 E. fi'ourth st. near gfX
Market, where youj«
will find the largestm
ftssortmont of nar-wL «-■ .
ness, trunks, bags, etc., In the city. Ladlrt
and gontlemeu's pocaet books and ladlet
shopping bags, sdd at reasonable prloes
Prompt attention paid to repairing trunk 1
and travelling ba^s.
n lUCE S PA TENT EXGELSD >K EE AH
*lc Roof Paint, is the cheapest and most
durable paint that cun be used. A. perfect
cu'c for dump brink wills. Will save any
talic surfiice from further decay. Practically
tested right here in Wilmington for 5
by the leading property owners and builders.
Over HKi.onu square feet put on within the
I ist ft weeks. Perfect satisf'ictioti guaranteed, j
Leaky roofs made water tight, or no charge, i
ptl.v attended to. Roofs cx
estimates choorfully made. Gall !
addro« Ii. K BKMIB. -2.0 •••;|.ljOt.
All orders
a mined
s
W. E. LEDNUM cX: CO.
p
;-BOOT AND SHOE STORE,—;
221 Went Eighth Street,
(One door from Tatnall.)
JUrUustom Work a specialty."SA
*4"Repairing neatly done.~&£
jel8*lt
Iftdf
& l
il«°K
TPi#l
n.s» s ;,l£i
uirrt" e
rs
HI-OOO Iteward !
Will be paid to any I'hcmi-t who will find,
Anulvsis of in*' fiottles S. S. N., one parti
do oi Mercury. Iodide Potassium, fir any
mineral substance.
THE SWIFT NPEriFICrO.
•rletfirs. Atlanta, (1
HI.oo
1.75
i
f Small M/.e,
Large NDe.
SOM« NY Al.fi OKI GGISTa.
Price
M
IK HUfiA Hfi( K,
FU KN LS HI IS G U N UEK1A k. EKB
NIL 119 34ING HTKEET,
Wilmington, Dhlawauu.
I'HOMAS MlTtUELL,
103 W. Seventh s .
JoflBI'H E. Hah
412 Kin* ptieel
H. MARTIN'.
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FURNISHING »'N
AND EM BA EM ER.
F t Ah fi b.
NO. HO? NKiPfirV NTHEF *
4f#*N 1C H'l CALLS at.tended to prmr i •
1IMON GtiTHKIL,
S
,Kr '' 1 ' HJf.NlSHlNU I NDl.ii r* v. f
-y,,. „•,„ f.^NT 8KVF.NTU NT.
VV/LrtlNf-'lUN. DKLaWAIUI
t'KKMS-9n • r '*n*. leastr.an uaial nr.O
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
BELT'S
LIOUIDRENNET
Makes ubenp. healthy and delicious
8UMMKII DESSERTS
In a few minutes, a
excellent filet for
iiiiants.
Z. JAS.BELT, PHARMACIST,
MX III ASH NaKHI.T NTS.,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Baynarri & Dawson
. .
*r*MVHrHIX AKL ^IdNU A.--*
Both being prominent workmen, all oruer
left with them will receive wroirpt attcntlo
H WE AT THF.2K STORE
220 MARK KT STREET, 2t
A FULL ASSnHTlVlENT Ol
WATtura, (i/UiHN. jrwftuii
Nl LY KRW ».A H, M K TAG O.
OFEKA blAMHlN, KK .
UOD DOWN.
Out in blocks and delivered, *1.76 per quar
ter : out and s
pine, cut
VV
pi it. $1.70. By the h»id,</ak and
I split,, $1.40. Delivered to all
pints of the city when ordered by telephone
or otherwise from ENNIS' Wood Yard, 4th
aul lmof
street wlnirf.
pHlEADLEFHlA fll AKKPTn
gun
Wheat, Usd and Am Dor.
Horn...., . .
nmotby nay per na..,
Mixed
Straw.
White Oats.
Clover heed
It noth/....
Mixed Oats.
•lull
3
II
,7
PH1LADHLPHIA CA'CTLl WAI'.KST.
• •
.
Sheet), per head.
lauubfi per ft*..
dogs per 100..
Reef flattie per 100.
WILMINGTON Q,UOi AIIon*
Will, Lea A Hone
William Lea A Sons oest per hi
Ollffon, F. Ir\ F. •* "
'outaxet F Extra Holler " •* •
li irk wood, extra Holier Ground
f amily Flour
looldontal
superfine
Fine Yellow (lorn Meal,
• White
oarse "
luru Shorts,
lulling
nest Middlings,
Heet Ship Stull
Hran
Feed Meal
(•racked ('
Ground Corn and Oats
Prime Yeiu/w l orn
Fine Long berry Wheat ' "
WILMINGTON HAY
M A KELT.
Prime Timothy per ton . .
Mixed "
Olover .
Haled hay " ....
Haled straw .
Loose "
per ion
per tor •
pti nuHii
•• |M.(
1:,(
4 si
10 . 1 %
BOOTS AND SHllt;
Oil Cloths,
Stair Rods
Window Curtsi
STEP LADDERS,
Brooms. Tufts
Buckets,
Velocipedes
Express Wagon
Tovs, Poii
5
REFRIGERATOR!
Bnl>y Carriages in great varid
504 MARKET ST.
<|
AUfcNT Kill IIAHFtlC.S BAZAAK H
TEKN8.
OMGLlli
Mends Everything SOLID
ItOCIi!—Hard as **4
Firm asGranlte!! Htr«
Tougheet, and Most Elutr!
on Earth 1 ABameontaij
In Strength among all nthefi
and Cements! AbsoluiHf
breakable aud Inwun
No rieatinir!-Nni'sjLi
—AlwaysReaiiy—Alwaywi
(Hues Chinn, (dims Ui
\jmm fill belting. Crock*rr.
Hard (tue '11 ph and Cloth Mr
MftalH, I'utehes
ItiiblM-r 8hofcH,Bricu-lira..!
Rarkn. Stone, Fundtus-. Efl
Rubber Tires, Ornaiueuv V
kind, Jewelry, Hmokem'
Cigar Holders, Card Board .jM
Books, and Every thiiiK elsfX
Everlaetiug Insejwirablo Tciff
■Ujrerw of Cfumjced.
..Fabrics, f ir.eCarJ
Pianos, /otiflcial Flowers, Idu
H talneo tVnm and BtrawOomkOj
ne^UaaA k 1 ., supphol \ yOu
Tin Cover;; by mull i-ohIim; ! ii
extra. Mailedonlyby inaiii:!s*d
9
BE
i-Mth nize
For sale by '/. Jamei Belt, agent, Slxthi
Mamet streets
TIIK WILMINGTON
Carriage Bazaai
107 and 100 VV. TiMitlisirwi.
Has on hand a good selection
ond-hand carriages, wagons, denri** i
ness, etc., which they
cheap. These iirticles
ml those who
Hll ii
looking for bn
do well to
elsewhere. Public wile of burses,
harness etc., every Saturday i.k
Hi o'clock. Farmer* aud others sh 1
these sales.
call and examine be
KERBAUGH & Cl
Proprietors.
iol'J-tliV*H
HARD C0A
$5.75.
Free Burning Coal,$
KATRA mm.
I>uy it onccj and you will
buy it.
FRENCH ST. WHARF.
^KAND INK »N ilO'IT
(European plan)
AND RESTAUR AM
0m
Opposite the Fonnsylvaid*
WILMINGTON, DEL- n(1
This hotel is a new building. «> ltire 'v- (
furnished In a most elegant stylo. &o^ .
American and German comforts, r
meats and eatables first-class, at hm *
HENRY BLOUTH
•10-lr
J
AMES a HR.,..
NO. l»* Jl AHKPI'8TK/- f ' T 'J
Have a largo assortment of K ,, i v i , ' H - | . .J]
Ivory, Hard Rubber, Kusowood and ]
Pocket Knives.
Jos. Tatnall & Coj
-DEALERS IN— J
II Mi II HIIAIIEN KPWIIIW
TEH l-A II. .VIS, FINE J
I.KAIIE8 A Nil WirFEBO"* I
I I.OI KN. I'OHN, »* ■ JVffl
IMMI.I.HINIM of
A ITT.I. I.INE or III" 1 :;
IJOODN IN NOWW. ,'L I
iiaikv o*i:t,M»f«:J' s '
A HAKINU POWI/t-H"
Akron Oat-Meal.
Fine Carolina R>
N, ic, coil. FRONT & ORANGE 9
). Wtf.
TKLltl'HOFB CALL

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