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DAILY REPUBIICAN.
slfOIMI W. VEKBIOA A MONK,
■DITORft AHD PROPBlHTORb,
0. E. CUK. THIKI) AM) KlNGsTKl* ETS
fllh*ottly one real dully ueww|»n
X per III the Male, anil t e leail*
lag paper lu elreiilatlon.
Entered at the Post Oitlc.
Del., at second-clvs
At Wilmington
,11 '* • IV 1*T.
KATl'KItAY, MARI II W, IWSI
The l.ay Conference.
To use a common expression
conferouo ? attached to .
fercncc, is about as itumh Use as a tilth
wheel to a wagon. It held its time•:iug
yesterday, ami elected two delegates
the General Conference that meets in
M ay next in Philadelphia. This is about
all the busiuesH it has to do. A hun
dred or so of men, very excellent men
by the way,from all parts of the penin
sula, lose nearly a week from their gen
eral avocations, pay car fare and go to the
annual Conference, simply to elect
two delegates to the. General <''infer
ence. 'arc* is taken that the Lav Con
ference shall have no say whatever in
the General Conference, as mem hers of
a Lay Conference,though some of them
may he tacked to the tail end of some
Conference Committee as citizen inem
1* *rs of the church. We recollect, the
struggle that was kept up in the church
for many years to admit laymen into
the husiness counsels of the church,
the pressure lincoming so groat that at.
last the lay conference was created to
satisfy th growing independence of the
times. At that time it was thought
1 hot
Meilioui.'-i church had hudged far
from her old moorings as to
hotly of laymen the privilege of
meeting together every four
elect an inferior number of delegates to
husi
•oiild be
al n
vIm-ii Hi,.
grant ;i
PM t"
the
*r:d Conference. All ih
ness tin* l.ivi
en ha
<2<
o Is
whatever to il t
of flu* elnm !i they represent,
trilncio
i*l for mi-..*-.
luthing
i*h the vil.tl interest-
Tie* dis
"f Il»oiis;iiiils o| dollar-.* olh-ef
prises, eli u re!i cv-iision and «•« i * *. • a»i.
the\ hav- i,
ferenee.
Tho-t* v it
u'e Mli taken
care "f by the iniiiistei
the
An
nil
Go
A I
d.
ell ibr
S**cretar
only ilia? -.
but the
that his \. ,*■
ill the • - -III r
final < '• -i f.--cue.
one • for a i.i i
ter. th n. - i.lv i
Tr.
ie fund, a
i«* e-unniittee, a visitor,
tifution of learning.
V ofsi
Hot been
i '* potent
The A ti
Is .-f tic* cln
reh.
tour times
hit
*> t for v 'pee.itie par
ply t > el d leg 1
Con fere n :i t * to
th** General
to
but i:
l.-gid Hi hi
'U-'ll
■ nl) *i
that th
Ilol. be
ill
lu* adiriissi-i
1
A red.**
('onfer
eh good
do much
1 1 - IIV he possible that
t'l li"d with tin* litth*
lire of a I
cnee K t ii
neither I'.j
L ,0
layuu 1
I U'le|HMldi*IIC<
will gi*o*
two grov
d *ma
1 as tin
1 will either
• hureh gov
w hat
Hat is
ic •!' them a bun
's-t of money and
vith the
d
©•niiienf or *1,
iln y have. T
tied
II hard I y he
itii t riveli
dred mill -, at i .
tune, simply t.
i h rt
gli
a . oiijde of delegates toaGell
•<?ral Con ten rice, where their itiHtienc*
Will be ;is
4*irciirnseribed as it, is
the
A'
ml
Slleli a little
f jM)vv**r
hardly la* long apjtreejated by lay me
«>f large iipelle 'ttiil brains ;
jK*n«l 4-nt minds.
N«dliing liiimiliat**s a
vill
yrinf
l
ni.v
erage ilitelligellCO
*li ;is to ho
iori
<*oiii)i«*lle-l to wear a badge "t inf**
ty ami f-> he jilaeeil in a position v
he is only | term if ted t<* go through
«>! doifigsoiimthnig
to nothing. Hut then this
busine;
he
for
hicji aili
no
f"M.
'oil stiek
to politics ami bu
nttrml to church iiifltfrr\ s.i
inters.
J
vill
All right, Imt.
lierent ilisfiosition in
attack everytliing that, wc could not
prove of— that is to hit a h**nd where
w<* see it—th
in
• eompoMtn
,.p
vo could no
hclji Imt
go for this litth* I:
Litth*, only because it is k* j*f s.ji
Ii a space that if has
up in so s
We are a.s niiieh oj»
room to or
j»ose«l to tyranny in theelmrch as w»*
are ojijioHnl to it in polities, and when
* s< e it we fe**l lik** ilenoune.ing
rv4*r
it
Intelligent christi;
lijjent politicians, and to that extent if
no further
full, large, liberality i:
that will make whole
'•n m.ake intrl
* arc inlen-sfed i
th.i
lie* church
lh*«1, I ihe rill
citizens.
Gentlemen, clergy of Jh«* Methodist,
chun-Ii, you will have to slaeket
^ni-ling strings to m *ef th** "
inti-llioeuce and inde|K*ml -ne** ofth*:
«g«*
y 4
What Tax lUrrlptN arc Uo<»«1.
a Gan n im
in 1«M, (»wi
4|IU*Hiii
n r<*<jiit"'t that
in ferment* try
;')!«;, volume I L:
full'
1)4* found
v- )f4* at fl.o <•
lingulecii.
lHHJl " i .->
dent wi
nskixl by u corr**.>jM
" .Hill Ml I« i Mil;
v**r fin*'
In M<*(.*tii)n I,
■h.'tji!"
•s of Dchiwun . th
'jiialifi**Mfion for vof» r.- w ill
ofth" ( |OCI*f
[MTS'
t W II
ly-t\V) >i;
h or upward,*, who lui.s
Hot
•. sid' d
11 is S
'■n** yestr ru*xf
fun* at*v "If < tii
Itopivsi ntativ«*s, Shciill .in
nth th< r<*of i
I tl..- lii.
fin* C'lim
1y wh'Tfi
ifliin two years next before
tin* "D*"ti.
Li'di
. I't
ii 4'oiinfy fax,
.shall have hnen assc.
1 ai l'*a,st
months l)«Tor<! tin* ch***fion, .shall
(In* right <*fj
This,
ipialificafions reijuircil f'«
answers our interrog;
•at flu*
enjoy
■Ieclor. ' '
tw<
'" Indieve,
embraces all tlie
lafive born
voters and full
tor. A V*
"leefi
IT f!l
in Ixh 4, without paying th** taxes dii«*
in Imk:;. All th;
is n**iuired of him i-,
that I.
s a rneeipt
ithin two years at 'he firm;of **h***ti.
this year tin* «Ie*r*Tio
Ha v
ta.ve.
In
(
tra
F.
vill occ.t
Ihe 4th
f Novcfiihi r; I wo years h;n k fn
late
Th
ill.I he N
jrnbnr 4 r h, 1 HH*J,
that *l.ii*; or any finn*
that yi-ar will ijualify
ilhoul, ;mv refer
'u.x paid n
after that date ii
lor a v
IHH),
■ whatever to the lax
ill IH8.-I.
Any receipt lor tl
year IMSL-, up to tlie
Court
•s paid in the
Levy
•gs in Marul', IKHH, **ntitle.-t to
» vote in Ihki.
is for v<
year, and then there will be; no trouble
hi voting Jit every election, in the
time th'
Oiii a<lvine, however,
th to pay their taxes every
meantime, however, We would advise
all w)i<> have ri*<eipta for taxes paid
si nee the till of March, 1HH1?, to hold on
t * them . lie v will It? handy things^to
when the State election
't* ttil'on the 4th of November We
would al>o .say to those who hold t;
reeeijiis dated not farther back than the
•Jih of .lone, Ism-j, ran vote at the city
ilie 7t!i of next .1 urn*.
have aio'jnd
eleeti.i
The 4 < aiwtltuftoual 1 *Ihi»
Our r friined contemporary, the
Morning N'-tss, takes tho ground that
the Court, i ml tin Jury, ami the Attor
■rul. are the final resorts lor
1 criminals, and that if these
a former
decision, tin* accused must sutler. The
men w ho made t he constitution,thought
a little di!lereiitly,aud in order to guard
against flu* execution of a man found
guilty under a popular excitement or
guilt, was
ot f l!y established, they lodged the
in
the
in
of
at.
to
h ft In
to
re vo r.s»?
popular imligmition, whos
power with tin*
reprieve
• r pinion ns in bis better jiulgment lie
might decide. These men recognized
how slow n Court, a prosecuting "Hirer
and jury would he to reverse their
decision and apparently to relieft u|s>n
their nvvn action,and therefore made no
•rnor should re
provision that a G<
lo
alter the c;
e had been
prieve or p:
re vis*-d bv tin < "iirt
d a reprievi
pardon n^comnn iidisl.
Till* ( i
•'•rii"i i* very wisely left un
hampered t" exorcise his authority aid
ed by tin* representations of those wh
had
interest in the ea
at the trial
This is all
the other,
lone in the List ease.The
on
that has heer
people have gone directly t
ith it without att*-mpting to
'• uviiice the jury, the pro.H*'**uting ofti
'■•*rs and the Court of the evident
ernor
' ••S'itv of i-ssuilig :t deel ir.kti
that they
;i
wrong in tin first, place, ami
Ie,sire to pi
•e tlieliiselves right before
tlie roinmunitx There is
Use
rushing through lire to escape death
w lu-n tin* same object can he obtained
by stepping around the lire, just, in tin*
stitution provides 1
h
*
lnive ruefiveii t went v -four
our in\it.'iti<
for
pression fr
IE publicans aslo.u hoic
I'lv-oi-nf.
'The twenty-four
I.
votes
I for !'r. -id.Mit :
iniinds, *J; Sherman,
1.
Vie.* I'lV.sident .
Lincoln, "1 : Hawley,
1 : Sniithers. I ; Ldminuls, I I.«-f fhe
r.-p,
v UM.o cannot 1
very tightly
Louisiana when
the
ill** Republic;
ate.s for
s he.;;
Stall*
Stale's Alt.>
ion n<
kvithdra
•'.V
e he is
A
:in'*• polities, up this w,
uliv kno
unlimited for
olliee t-v ;uiy p;irf>
Till. H
mill
I'lnl.-td. Ijil.i i
l.'l 1 M*
Kiilro.-ol
ha, »<*ured
' 1 mp.n.y
tri
t of
of the block
led by Market,\Vat**r and Shiph*v
That
tin* city by th.* puivlia
:•
Ci
never does
anything
oinpa.i v
halves.
by
A Iture I'lnxiu-e.
A nic»* ctmnTrv home fn
ha n k s
ha!«? on the
t
k,
at Greon
Wiliiiington, a
niteh' ride by rail, recently the
Ferkim*.
This j.rojeuJy fvniaiiiH about one j
of gr.iuud, with jiieiit y of fruit, and in
in lire?, ei.i'-s order. Spi
lies t'rr
•"inrry renideneeof Win.]**
•i'
it h
nhade and shrubbery, amt
■Iter III ;i t
A barge in if*
d
Address T
w
ri
GJ4
Wes I V
, Light h i
or LvauH I
;lilng
t
1 lit Ug s' reefs <*ir y*
Itliiuy orilcr* for Tin Itoofing.
JainoH F. Wood A: Go. art
m my orders for tin rooting,
now
of t
•reiving
Th»*v an
t-ricniiiiig ihe roofs and
atm fact nring concerns
argn
in this city.
f ho giilev and r Minis witn *-loves, i
van./c d iron, zin • ;
Iso tiffing onf
I brass
tirk t n
the new steamer ICaglet, belonging r<
t'c Wilmington Steamship Gouijiafiy.
Wofwl & Go. Will he obliged
*« of workmen a
e*d.
oil 1
'»n as tin* weather settles.
f !i
• i
Head and ll«*llp<*f.
StariHhury Murray. Jr,
burl
h * j* pillar
at 104 Lust Front street, i*' the
only authorize*! <b*ab*r. in the known
world, of th'* celebrated Wales' /i-cent
Ttie best cigars in the country
tor f he nionev.
'lg
I'liNt llrawlug.
it of tb« early tilling up of
the Havnarii watch club it, has hw*n
(beiibdto make the first drawing on
it) stead
On a*-**
Tu
' the first. Tin
at first interi(fe«l.
day in April,
(i
1 RAN!) OPERA ID'USE.
MASON'D' TEMPLE
KKTI UN FOIt ONK H I LL ONLY,
COMMENCING MONDAY. MARCH lO,
TWO (iIIAMl STA(;K
F0I5MA NTKS DAILY.
I'FK
Every Afternoon at I.3A,
I. tenlng al 7
Stag«! jierf'onnance logins
IL It. JACOBS'
hoar lator.
ROYAL MUSEUM
ANI) I .Mg-Cr. M'VEI.TV CO.
ANI) THL
ROYAL MIDGETS AM) UNI
in a full
novel entertainment,
fl. B. .f A('()I>S,Sob} J*rop. ami Manager
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS,
Main Floor. l **n ContH Extra.
li)7*fit
(j
1 RAM) OPERA MOT E.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
fell! RI>AY, MAKGI H, |SHI,
LAIOHTKH.
take the Governor's word for it.
THE FAVORITE AMERICAN COUPLE.
Mil. Al%f» .41KN. W. J.
tw<
ANO A WALK OK
Y<
FLORENCE,
In a New Hay.
the Champion Liar: Mr.
the Champion Traveler ; Mr.
Florence as theChamplon Poker Player ; Mr.
Florence as theChampionTruth Teller ; Mrs.
Florence as "Matilda Starr,"
Authoress, "Ye Know.
In Jessup and GUI's New Comedy in 4 Acts.
" FACT N,'*
OR HIS LITTLE HATCHET
( fov. Pinto 1'erKlns... . Mr W. J. Florenoe
MIsh M ntllda Stair_Mrs. W. J. Florence
Each lady attending the ]ierformancu will
receive a silver-plated hatchet.
Prices—Admission 36 and 60 cents. Orehea
tra Circle, reserved, 76 cents. Orchestra
Chairs, reserved $ 1 . 00 . Heats for gale at C.
F. Thomas &. Go's No 421 Market st. m6 4t
Mr. Florence
Florence
English
'HL1C SALK—THE UNDERSIGNED
having »»l«l their f'»rin In Christiana
Hundred, New Castle County, Del., will sell
at p ibltc .-.tie.
r ad leading fr
Smith ' Pndgt* at Granogue Station,
Wilmington and Norrheru Railroad, on
WEDNESDAY, .MARCH 111, 1884,
at ten o'clock, a, m„
FOUR HKAIMIF HORSES.
i"
the premises, eitusite«l
t'entrevllle to
the
No. 1. Very tine j<ray horse, » years old
will work anywhere, a g xul driver, also i
K"od leader
No. 2.
t luck
are, 7 years old, g<"»d
worker and extra driver.
.ame bav
Dun hurt©, good worker and
No. .5
w-rker.
No.
dr.\ »•
2 i toltn corn I nx two year Id.
Three good cows, out) fresh, other* j-pilcg
i tig.
la head >f hno western
yoke of well broken oxen, seven very hue
shout pigs, lot of chickens.
1 jump seat carnage, nearly new ; trotting
wagon, Germantown earn me. three-spring
mill wsuon, i farm wagon, 2 ox carts, 2 hay
bed*, grain fan, corn dialler, hay cutter,
grain dr II. Johnson tnower "iid reaper,
horse rake, roller, grindstone, 2 sleigh*. 2
set* stage harness,single and double carnage
burners, single and double harpoon hay
forks, blocks and rope. 2 <diverch.lied plows,
1 South Pend truck plow. 2 double harrows,
cultivators, forks, hoes, rake*, shovels, post
spade, ox and cow chains, crosscut
broad ax, and all other articles necessary
carry lug on farming, marly all
were bought new a short time ag< ; a lot <>
salt meats, dairy fixtures, blacksmith tools
bellows, anvil, vise, etc.: 4 t«
scales. In good on ter; coal sen*
bee hives, hotisjhold i ml kit'd
beds, bedsteads, bureaus, t.iMc
pets, stoves, secretary, h
chest-, ease of drawers, af
corn fodder, c
bushel. 22 acres of wheat in the ground.
Terms : All sums "f $26 and under, cash ;
:r that amount a credit old months will lie
given by purchaser giving a bankable note
with an approved
1
IllCfl
falrtia nk
• t-s and
'uruiture.
fiairs, cat
k>*ise. 2 clothes
' :'o f< ns of bav,
bv the
d
NAMl.'hL M. I'ALMFK.
I*. hl.AIKIh PALMER
L. W Stidh v w tt Son. AucUi !7-ln ltw\2td
>1 Hl,«: SALK—H,\VINO CUV KM U
lariuitig 1 will Hell at puldi.* sale,
the firm of Hurney Kcyf»old,
Mill, ■
Ha: I road.
I
r < 'ooch a
the Deli ware City and Point roy
WEDNESDAY, MARCH lv, 1HM.
at twelve o'clock, in., ,-liurp,
HORSES.
No, t. Sam. a good work or driving horse
N't). 2. Fash, a good brood
old
No Snide, n good worker and driver,*
be driven by a lady.
No. 4. Fred, a good worker and driver.
D d 1 \,year old ndt.
No. ft. Hilly, 2 year old colt.
No. 7. (told Du si, 1 year old colt.
Mt
one mill, f» I
1 young pig-, thru
d turkeys.
1 firm wagon. I carriage, 1 buggy, 1 three
son. 1 shifting tongue wan yoke, *
set of.* nglc harness, a set of d mble hi
also roll r*, bridle . lines and
* ha in i
1 of
yearling calves
. i 'hester < '-.only whi e
l -
boars, chi kens, -lucks
p. a liuti
•arly m*w • pi •
ih
• litlr> fixtures, with
tr* it \arlety
Ail sums of f 2 o urn
ditof i 1
-I
dor. « a.-h
ouths,
V p
•2M '.Ml
RDHFKI V. HEED.
} : IO.IC SAl.t-OK
t fixtures. I be t
H
r.
>• I -Igfi ' J Will
l.D.N ESI* A > . >1 A H< HI 12, 1SS4,
f Ko-v*
Ftarcfi
TOIUUUO, G1GARS,
1»moms, bucket ImiL'Iich
>oiri l horn** 7 '
01 1, » Hiu-i ; ■
■ovmt.! | • 1 a11 1
a agon, m
• hi t of lu
e l.uye retri.-erat*
of eu-oit-T
lw.
•ah*H, meat, sci
1 iaige p.at
.Hitter
■, jiwningK, 2 el.ox
eh»*4*se ease, and many other
-• tui in
< i bids delivers! ft* C.
t 1 e le.s.
W I LIT A M M. FRANCIS,
Cor 4i >1 and Jjou.baril, Wil , Del.
L \V. Stidham ^ Son, Am ts.
-."il
in
HLIO SALE—THE TNDLRs (iN'ED
will heiI al public Hale,
Price farm, Math ward, In this city,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2b»4,
12 o'clock, in..
p
ttie I
h
d
Two
"I fann hor-ert,
of them
e; P) head .if good iij11«.*Ii c
yearling calves, one yoke ot fat oxo
rkers.
tine |
brood :
i, good
wiigon, 1 deirhorn, 1 champion
owing machine, nearly new; l hay rake, 1
•rn Hheller, 1 straw cutter, grindstone, two
iradle, 1 har
>f double harness, 2 plows, 1 set of
1* ip'.-f. h- en. rakes, f-.rks. ham hroom,
iheasuro.rnilk buckets,
ns. ineasures, etc.
s of ?2i> and under, ca«h;
f, a bankable note w.th
it 3 montfiH, with Inter
NATHAN VROMAN.
George R. Townsend,
Agent f«.r Mrs. Helen G. Price,
ion, Audi*.
i f,
it'* r-. 1 grain fan, gr,
■k«
All M
er flint
appr-)v..d eu-i
e*d.
I. W.S-.i'ih.,
fgJ ltw-cisl-d
in
y DU'- \!.!il)F llGt SKHOLD AND
K.fch*;i: Furniture, at 120M Jcfterson
1
Tl-H RSDAY. MARCH 13th, HW.
at '.'bj o'clock, a. m.
•onsls'lng of t-ur«aus, tredstcads, stands,
at rack looking glasses, 1
machine, book-case and
-ks. down, feather heils. bolsters and pll
very tine lot of bedding, mattresses,
Axmiietf.r. Drussels Ingrain and rag carpet
parlor and rook stove 1 *, silver jdatod ware,
French china, tin, glass and queensware,
tubs, buckets, e'e.,atjd a great many articles
uienttoned. .**. D. Uud M. D. SHAW.
Drake K Oc. Auc;s.
tilblc-4, ch;
Gab
7-.it
P GDLD* SALE nl*
tire at 7
TUESDAY, MAKGH 11, 1HS4.
'clock, a. in..
H)OD FURNI
M *rkot street,
at H
a famPy, declining housekeeping, will sell
•ds, consisting of
parlor, chamber, ilum g and kPcben furni
ture, sof'ns, !o ii
parlor and c*t,
grain carj.-**'
maf'rcss* s.
all kinds ol :• i
•ic.1.1
■ir cut r,
s, mirrors, velvet chairs,
bar s, h'us brusjols and In
. leather beds,
m s'oves, and lots of
•<! m Imasekeeplng. Sale
t< rlul' particulars see catalogue.
\. '.V. SI 1DI1 AM U S
pOH t|VH.
m.3 7t
. Aucts.
are
of
1
>i DDK ■ LE OF HOUSEHOLD AND
.. ' N. W . cor. 3d and
,M tl« I.
MONO 3 ^ . MAID 11 lOTfl, 1HH4,
_ o'clock, it. in.
K * t .. ('llltUK*! .-Tl! tH, I.ur-Tfinf), hol
tables, • lmlrs, rug carpet, oil
•s, lic.'s and bedding, window
and queenHware
intfoned.
J. M. GARLAND.
rn7-it»
cl-.th.
hitllfl) CiOi-gS,
and
any articles not
Drake Jv. (Aucts.
1"
DL1G SALE OF FRESH
1 shoats. Will he Fold
Dooih's Goriier,
' 1 ) w s
spnng4*rp,
public sal« im
ware County. I'a.
THURSDAY, MARCH 13TH, 1884.
•la
* o dock, p. m.,
at
2 . r ' fresh
1 fprltigers, & young hulls
and iihout w* young pigs and shoais. all
stock guaranteed at; represented,
four months credit.
A. <MiK-rplers, A net.
1 wo amJ
Wm. s. ggodley
m5-ltw 2tdw.xs
jjURLio sale
c.irpeta and houpohold goods, on
FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 18J4*,
at tf.IM) o'clock, ii. in.,
ut 1403 Jackson ptreet. Goods cun bo seen
day of sale.
L. VV Stidham
'. E. SMITH.
m7-«t
Son, Aucts.
i
FRENCH ST. WHARF,
W1LMINGTGN,
Maki, a Hj„x:iaUy of Superior, Hard
and Fro«-burnii,g Stovo Coal, Small
Stove and Nut Coal for Domeetio
Dee.
Also, BrookHiilo Ooal, Gaa Ooal,
Canal Coal, and Oeorpo's Creek
Cumberland OoaJ for grates.
PYLE
226 Market Street.
ro Sill AKD
RIBBON BUYERS,
o'i Snturdity u
.-isHort
mill (iro (irain
We will o|n-n
very large
inent of Satin
Kilihons in remnants, in len-rtlis
and elegant
COT
from 1 to II j yards. They com
prise all the new shades and Jill
widths. Wo have bought the
manufacturer** entire stock and
propose to give our customers
the benefit of this purchase,
will sell them :it the remarkably
low prices we *jnotc below,
can assure you they are less by
the single yard than they can be
bought in lots of 1.000 pieces.—
Purchasers of these goods are!
invited to examine our stock, its
this is an opportunity seldom of
fered to buy new goods by the
yard at less than manufacturer's
prices.
On
We
For
ter
We
p
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4
Ho, 2, Ribbons, piice 6c, 2 yard, regular price. 9c.
" 8c.
• 10c.
12c
- Me.
" 17c.
- 22c
*■ 25c
" I2c.
- 14c.
" 15c.
•3.
" 4.
" 5.
!8c.
•'7.
• 24c
)• Q
30c,
12.
■ 35c
" 16.
Tlie great elforts that were
made a few -lays since to force
0001 Is on the wholesale market,
enabled us to make some pur
chases for cash, tlie benefit ol
which we give our patrons.
-."il
LOTI.
|
Lot of 2,000 yards of Colored
Dress Silks, in nil the new color
ings, nt the remarkable low
price of 40 cents a yard. They
would he considered good value
at 02k.
1
of
LOT 2.
Lot of 1,200 yards Colored
Dress Silks, including all ihe
new Greys, at OSc. n yard; the
same goods are now selling at
S7^e.
The above mentioned Silks are
the best bargains that have ever
been ottered in this market. We
are selling them cheaper by the
yard than they can be imported
in large -inantities. An early in
spection is solicited, as we are
-piite positive they cannot be
duplicated.
1
LOT 3.
Wc arc offering a full line of
Hlack Silks at very popular
prices and excellent value, run
ning from 50c. to $2 50 a yard.—
Several pieces of elegant Black
Gros-Orain Silk at 80c. ; the same
sold last season for 41.00. We
are offering a Beaut iful Silk for
$1.00, worth $1.25.
These prices represent a part
of our assortment, and our custo
mers will find great advantage in
examining our stock.
PYLE
i
226 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
lOTICIM.
R emoval. — ok. t. a. hkown, of
this city, has located Ml the northeiud
corner of Twelfth and Catharine street, Fhil
adelphla.
TOMCE-KOTltJE IS liEHEin OI\
that the co-piirtnerrhlji
. A. Drown and Pe er \V
N
i In-tween
. Tomlln
. Tl
wan by mutual consent dissolved
hrst day of December. 1 •'H i.
And, further, that all hill* due paid firm
may be settled hy iMlilt.K upon Dr. Tomlin
goifat hi * oftieo at the S. W
and VV alnut streets, this c.tr
tllus. A HKOWN
I'Ll hit W. TOMLINSON,
I
the
• •I Mvih
A V 1 NU KFLIMtlClSH Hi 111 h
Heine
H
i
WilmliiKt
In recommending to the putdu
-e of
take plej
and especially to luy patients, my late
a physiol
qualified to till the vacancy in ole try iny re
11 re men t.
rtliy of *ho confidence
public kciu rally.
well
(tooluff, Dr. Tomlinson,
in
i
of * the
THUS. A. ItKOWN.
fel>26 2dt
• ry
d e-t«
N 'Ori< *K—IN CONFORMITY WITH
the provisions of the Act paused l*y the
General Assembly of tuo State of Delaware,
the 14th day ot March, A. D , 1883, notice
hereby given that nn application will be
•resented t" tlie Honorable Leonard L.
Vales, associate judge of'^New faille
County, on MONDAY, the tenth day of
March, A. D . 1 hh 4, at 1 1 o'clock im the
morning, at Chambers, In ttie city of Wil
mington, h>r h charter of Incorporation of u
company called "The I. Hark ley S. Druthers
Company," to carry on the bustiers of inanu
fact tiring crackers. cakes and confectionery
In all Its various branches,
otherwise dispose of the same, and of
chasing, selling and dealing in foreign fruit
and merchandise generally : T he principal
place of business of said Oomnany to be at
tbo city of Wilmington aforesaid ; the
amount of the capital stock to ho One Hun
dred T ouaand Dollars, 'Ivldcd into
thousand shares of one hundred dollars ea"h;
the amount of capital to he paid In before
cotnmencicg business to f»e fifty tfmuaaud
dollar.-; that said con
iho first day of Apill, A. D. lhH4, and
terminate on the » h day of March, a. D..
Psi 4 The names and residences of the
original suhscrlhers to the cupital stock are
follows ;
I to use. sell
ration
ciimuiun:***
JAMKS IIAKkin V.
COT Wont Seventh nfreet, Wilmington, Del.
HAMlfEla HA KKLKY, Jit..
HiCJ Jeftorson Htrect, Wilmington, Dol.
MALT1LDA S. HAKKl.FY;
S23 JetlcrHon street, Wilmington. Del.
fehipf-iu
On ami Mlier TucNila), Feb. 2<l|li
Til K
STKAMKK WILMINGTON
For Philadelphia.<'he8
ter and Marcus Hook,
leaves Fourth Street
Wharf af. 7 a. in. and 1 L
p fa.
Leaves Philadelphia,
*ler 7, t»elow Chestnut street.
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lu a.
i. ami
4 p. m.
Freight received all day at PhlholSidila.
l**!.2o-tl
N
OI ICK TO DFA1.1R 4,-1* DSONS
having tioltlcs be
''lulling
I •• eoiio mpi ile tu \
d
persons l
\
-
All
••* hr.
il he d.-ait with according f" I
JOHN Mel' \ FI* .. I.Y.
Ingliamhain \ Go , P -t
1 M2 K. Fourth
uiti lUt
wirti tbo a!

uoiig
ihoreo
IMip..*'
•nt for W t.
tiers, of Pnllndolphhk
street.
K-llli. A r HCAMZ HAS
ovchI to No. 301 Delaware Avenue,
between Tiitrmll and Went street*.
Ulllce fiour
orning.
m, afternoon.
S, evening.
fl to
feh20 3in
KMUVA L-.IA.MLSM.KK(HMHI.
i
rein
sireei. will re
East Seventh
itllor. I
: Fi
Mi
•h 2Mh .
, where tie w ill keep a
full line ot fine not 1 Lgs. Repairing neatly
done. f 2 H-e-o-*l
N UIKT^I HEREDY GIVE NOTIDE
fli.it 1 will pay no bilD except thone
ihonor any
, ud all
coniriictf 1 by myself,
chocks purporting to
•h checks
ii)6-3tt
I will
be signed by
forgeries.
DELIA SHARPE.
OTICE—WM. T. HICKMAN, OF 411
re to No. 41W King
before March
fubl'i-tr
N
King Htreet, will
street, lour doorw above,
36th.
> Y<)Tll E—WILLI AM W. PR1TCHEIT
Il i-oustatile, lias removed his "Mice to the
southeast corner "f Sixth
I Shipley street**
to lint
111ER11'F'S SALE—1>Y VIRTU E OF A
dlrtM'ted.
s
I writ of Iievalt In clap, lo
II t»e exposed to nubile sale at the Jeff or;
), kept by Jacob Richardson,
city, hundred and county of New Castle,
State of Delaware.
II
ttie
FRIDAY. MARCH 21 ST, 1HH4.
at 10 o'clock, a. in.,
The following described real estate,
All thone, the two following descrltsid loU*
\ areeltf of laud situate in ttie city and
county of New Castle, In the State aforesaid,
One thereof bounded by Water
street tty lands ot Mrs Iletty Ritchie, Arch!
late of Isaac H.
n'
bald A. Ritchie,
Register, and by land of James Grippe
having a front "l imy feet
and running buck that width :
and fifty-two feet, Lo the contents thereof
more or less, and the other of said lot**
sKuate on the northwest Hide of Wat r street
bounded by lands of the I'ro-hyterlau Gburch
laud, now
R-, Michael Gonnally and Isaac H.
Register, having a length of
and seventy
five and a
of more or less,
brick stable and brick and frame sheds, to
gether with the privilege of using for all
l>er j'urjioseH a thirteen f*et wide alley
elghty-two and a half feet long
stable and premises hereby conveyed to
Water street aforesaid.
Seized and taken In execution
Watisr street
hu tidrtvl
late of illlam Janvier, John
hundred
feet, and breadth of twenty
hull feet, he theconteuts there
•ted a large
which Is
nl rig from
the pro
perty of Israel A. Fols, and to he sold I* v
JAMES MARTIN, Sheriff.
SHKitiKr'H Okkick, Wilmington, March 4,
1884. indeed
SPRING STOCK
ON HAND
IN GREAT VARIETY OF
STYLES.
I propose to do the* largest
business Ibis spring tluit I
have ever done ; have laid in
the largest find best stock,
and after March 25th,
occupy the entire store S.
K. corner Seventh and Mar
ket streets.
FERD CARSON,
TAILOR,
NO- 515 MARKET STREET
CHOICE LIQUORS.
o
Till-: LARGEST STOCK,
THE FINEST QUALI
TIES, THE MOST REA
SONABLE I'KK'ES
At the Old Established and Reliable
House of
FRANCIS KELLY AND CO.
lo:s MARKET STREET.
5,000
HUS. OOOI) POTATOKH
for Halo. Apply at 114H
fW-tf
French street.
A ll kindh
furniture. W111CII
bought and Bold at No. 218 West Front
laniic-tf A. J. OONN EK.
OK SECOND-HAND
stoves and other goods
' "t street
ij
n
nl
m
4
■i. jfvm
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1
f.
h.h
i
Trunks of all sizes artdi
many sorts, from paper to sol
leather. Valises and travel
bags ditto.
4()(J MARKET STREET
RUMFORD BROS
II ATI K!:,
Stoves and Kitchen Hardware
+.
V
Von are ('oin-> to move, why bother with
r-ooli atove that eonsnines mor
than all the net.of ymr furniliire.
can (jet a new one at a reasonable priee from ns.
livery stove eiiaranteed to be a good, sure
eraeked by lire replaced free,and the purchaser allow. |-,
risk whatever, l-'air dealing ami fair prices.
your ni l ,. a
e coal and gives you n, ....
It won't p»v \..ii ,
taker
RANGES, HEATERS AND STOV!
HENRY F. PICKELS
7 AND 9 EAST FOURTH STREET.
IATAI11 1*11 ID
d
Ladies' Depot, 222 KingStrei
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Having jiiHl (iilii-ii Hi'comit of stock, ami limlinc still s vrrvi
amount of (joods li-l'l, wc arc determined to sell out, V v j
prices :
!):i Ladies' Fi-lt Hats,
220 Misses' I . It "
Ms and ends, . r )(le. ; were .- i. 1 ' . if
Ketl and l!lue, J ' II
•II Ladies' l.i-niiels, Velvet and Satin trinimeil. 7 * -*e:c|i
" *• " " " Untrimmed, ja- ,» : I:
4 L'i Ilreasfs and Win^s ; we will sell at 25 and
si Fine liirds, were t>2.00; 4-1.75; $1.50; 41.Ud: 'I
ll'.S Hunches 1 liem-ile l'-m Foils, at 25e. a Inmcli.
20 Hunches Silk, in all shades, 25c. a hunch.
All Frames, Honnet and Hats, 15c. each.
Hihlmiis at very low prices.
Our Trimmed ilats ami Honnets will he sold at any a
a fall line of Trimmings, Hosiery and Neckwear. j
HAS
t> p
a
any
all
Mils .)A'V)\k'.
411
King
l-.-vy
IM
:
111.00 MG'* k
the
i
I
I'll- 1 )' •>. « Ill' ll 1
oof) I'f.ANTSUntil wl'iiU'''
*'l Me* be
A» :
in tie
1.1
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A
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I. I
Rum*, (ti"2:d:l.. 1-,
In 1.
.
SAFE ARRIVAL^-V " 1
1 1i-fnt »ion umirioil*-<*it t< -I I
» f;
*
ttie
pn*a*l ttieknowh ^ .
I will yi vc, I \i-ry a ho wind* Xo.IMl f--r ii
lived--lb
f Lat v
*t .
I I' P r I •
' F^b.E]
•'Xlru ' I -ll'ir i . 1 .•••(-.-:
IN CUSH PRIZES
'
■t Up •'!11*
j *
I
t H'
•ash . f t the 2*1 i
•'.•I Postal Note or Htami
loiru-- of itow'H, Grope Vin«*i
•i nil 11 ii i**l v Shrill***. Addreea
S?0
n\ 5* 1 .*; i
itli tl..
•tad, ij)
loU*
and
H.
WML B. KEEP ! T
lot**
H.
to
to
Milwaukee Export Beer ai
Lielxjtfichanc'rt Holicinian I Jeer. Sold wholesale huI - IM
bottled only by JOHN MULROONFY, 5th and Tatrml " j
ton. Sole agent for Delaware. Also dealer in Wines,
Gins, Champagne, etc. Old Irish, Scotch and Gibson'-- wlr-kl
ways on hand. Ail goods are as represented. Or lers In' " a -|
be promptly attended to.
\'M
4,
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL
PH1NU1PAJL OFFICE, N. E. 1K)R. 8EGOND AND RING HI'S; 10IS HOtM-J
UOAXj YARD OVER THIRD STREET RRIDGE.
HRANOll OFFIOE AND DEPOT, Fottrtc and Poplar «tro«W, and No. lOflW ]
PRICE OF EASTERN ICEi
.49 oenu per week 110 ponn da dally
,...M " " " 1 20 "
.70 u
90 POUNDS AN DOVER AT THE RATE OF 00 OTS. 100 PUD
The leaot neglect or Incivility on the part of a driver should be made known •*
ouoe, and It will reoolve prompt attention. We keep constantly on hand s o* ^
TfowotOO from the most popular mines, whloh we deliver in oeiuw cw
. MII.I.K a HTtUJ'U 1
6 pou dally
8 " *'
12
26
whuro shoot wagon cn.n f/o unod.
JACOB PUSEY, President. E T. WALTON. Tdauurcr
ENTERPRISE COAL
Lehigh and Schuvlkill Coal,
FREE BURNING COAL
LIME,
[J2irStar Bone Phosphate. 0cL
VOSHELL & SOLOMO
First Wharf West of Shipley Street.
'SA'
WOOD,
p4ct
furni^
FURNITURE. __ ,
i. & J. N. HARMAN,
No. 410 King Street.
Van now bo soon nt oar wnrerooma, the larveat nnd ••"J'lJjrt
rarnltore to be found In the hlute. We *nor«nlee te )»" ' i
I*HICK, HVAUIT and NTTI.E. Ton will alwayo »"* "•* 1
o ealland one at before parebnelun •Itenkere.
FonlhcrH and ntUrrtiiw
pr
is
CHAS.J.H. BECKETT,
108 Wc>Mt Nevenfh Street.
Sample Room Stocked with the Finest Li<iuo rs
Rochester Lager on Draught.
in tiie

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