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DAILY REPUBLICAN. •NMI W. TUlMtWM. •DiTun and raonuaTORB. •. E.COK, TH1KU AM) K1NHSTKEETS me only one cetnleMlly X per In the State, and I mm paper In elrenlatloi newwpa of say if *o to gkWred' at the Post ufflee at Wilmington Del., as second-class mall matter. N »TICB-A.L CALVERT, 708 KING street, is now prepared to do millinery and dress making, where she will be p eased to see her customers and friends. m2-tit" HUXIIAY, NAY 19, 1**4. kaiurds) N N«nilaa(loaa The Republican nomination on Sat urday, which was of an animated char acter, resulted iu the choice of Frank C. Stidham, the well-known auctioneer of this city, for Sheriff, aud Charles E. 8parks, a leading tobacconist, also of this city, for Coroner. A very large ■as polled in this city, Christiana and New Castle Hundreds, the two lat ter being the home of ne who had never before offered themselves before the people for the office ofSherift*. While Mr. Hoagland, Mr. Vincent and Mr. Hermann each received a very large vote, and Mr. Moore's materially increased over that of many former contests, the main issue narrow ed down between Mr. Stidham and Mr. Jink ill—indeed, from the very tirst in ception of the campaign it was plain to be seen that the real contest lay between these gentlemen. The vote is a surprise to them both, Mr. Hukill pressing Mr. Stidham much closer in the city than was expected, ami Mr. Stidham pressing Mr. Hukill much closer in the down country Hun dreds than was expected, now no doubt sees that he neglected getting out the vote in Pencader, the H uudred where he resides, as the re turns only show less than a total of 100 votes, out of which be received the very creditable proportion of 87, when the total Republican vote of that Hun dred is over loo. The same falling off seems to have, bee Georges Hundred, where Mr. Hukill has in previous contests been unexcep tionnlly strong. The truth is the small vote Mr. Hukill received down the county must be as surprising to that gentleman as it is to Ins friends, and the large vote Mr. Stidham received down the county must have been as surprising to that gentleman as to his friends. It cannot be said in this contest that the city of Wilmington with her pre ponderance of voters settled the con test, as out of a,745 votes cast Mr. Slid* ham, leads Mr. Hukill only 319. It cannot be denied that the very large vote cast for Mr. Hoagland and Mr. Vincent in the city, took a larger proportion of votes from Mr. Stidham than from Mr. Hukill, but this instead of being the re sult of any combination against Mr. Stidham was rather the individual ef fort of every candidate to poll the high est vote possible for himself. The vote places Mr. Vincent, Mr. Hoagland and Mr. Hermann in the held as strong leading candidates for Sheriff' in the future contefts should they remain con testants. Mr. Hukill appears to In* peculiarly unlucky, as this is his fourth trial, and though polling a very large vote each time, always failed of a nomination.— Whether lie will again be a candidate, we presume, remains for the future to determine. As to the candidates nomi nated they are both a credit to the party that nominated them, and to say the least are as strong before t he people as any other that, could have been se lected, and with a fair and full vote of bo are assessed they will be elected. With a full assessment of the voters their election would have been placed beyond the shadow of a doubt.— JSlr. Stidham and Mr. Sparks are both jupuiar before the people, and there are hundreds of Democrats who will give them their votes, no matter who the Democratic candidates -may be let every Republican go elect, them. If there are any bruised .shins and sore heads let them be healed and tin- party stand up square for the contest. rote candidates, vote was Mr. Hukill St. ing do on In to to ed those to in ork and Kilkenny Political t atn There are rumors all around that the Democratic slate so far as it relates to the nomination of Thomas Ford f< Sheriff' is to he smashed by the Swal low-tail leaders. A part of the program, it is reported, is that Mr. McLaughlin, the one-legged candidate, who is an Irishman and a Catholic, is to be made the cuiidiuiitc r Coroner, the extreme ul and religiously liberal j. ir' of the Swallow-tails deeming his seb-efi ♦o Is* a sufficiently strong deenefiuti of that element to bold tin* Irish i'atbo ly lie vote of the party, fhe program, rumor says, is that Mr. herd "must go" and that Mr. Oldham is to lie .selected as the Sheriffalty stand I ft his change i* it will but carry out the of tin* party not to permit anybody of ality and of tie* (Litle lie f.iitli toliold any eonnty offie.* ld-'n-r The other par' of ■ ard bearer. I Irish n;ri ; i an tbat of U office higher Thau flint of City :.ou -ii. howei reelipllt 11 i liar ne t;i Th. Mr. (*'i ril. Vim believe.- )," ■ dell f.,r Sheriff in l -xi.l -d out. "Verlnoke.l nil (1 with hi: erg" following supported Mr. h ' ull 111 ) tlie linaiiof ii that if ■ La'i]t of Mr. Ford 1 hut Mr. I..' ip " 11 - vitb hat a - inagna f'ruin tli" i'.mify Mr. Ford withdn fi' Id id' eoiitcst i IHh'j and • •nt boilil 1 iig ^as tanks, th? Mr. Lynch, Hi If ll* h i V i*lk into a 11 uiiiibst ruct h! • U" Sb» riff# Mia? Mr. Lv ffir". 18KO it As t of M r. Ford and his friends again didhatcd. It is hi tb*; agreement 1 ' firry nig two years ago that ('ol. I fo the Thorn? F< »r*l sbonl.l Dei crat nomination this year, and the rumors <d bad faith th" part of on** of tin? parties to the agree nf the hostility the proscriptive of til" I>" ■nt i* but evid* nee ing •ratio party bears to the wbff'ted citizens that make up the rank and file oft he he adc party. ever, tiffs is *t tb** Republic; fight, tb** Kilkenny cat between fur*her f list ' K"Uig Ol* Sw;dl'.\v-t;iil and <»v* rail gs of • party. If will be in • with what meekm*HS •o d * <jiinaniinity the Overall will sit 1 >>wn »t the dictation and uml**r the Mi I **• era ier**Hfing to ■ "tection of the 1 >oh» Swallowtails. Republican Rom in at I out. I In view of the difficulty of holding view 01 tuts uiiucui y ® w honest nominations by the popular for County offices or tor any other office, it is becoming evident that some other plan should be adopted by which * nothing but an honest expression of thel We do not l people cau be obtained, know that such was the case, but the general report to-day is that numbers of repeaters voted last Saturday that an almost fabulous number 01 Democrats were permitted to vote. We)_ say again that we have uo personal i knowledge that this report is true, but if there is any truth in it, then it is high time the party should adopt some other method by which Republican nominations should be made by Re publicans alone. There can be no more effectual mode of breaking Republican party than by permitting hundreds of Democrats to vote at a Re publican nomination. We like the idea of j pression of the people,but when the Re publicans hold a nomination at themselves for the purpose of eh their candidates,it stands only Republicans should take part iu such nomination. In New York city tlm Republican party, to protect itself from De who wanted to vote at its primaries,and *o influence its actions, has been com pelled to adopt a registry system. Republicans who desire to take any part in the primaries of their party are required to register their mimes at a set time, covering three or four days, *mne months before such nominations are held, and when the time comes ii" Re publicans can vote but those ffuiml registered. This may i measure, but the Republic; York found it preferable to labor under this disadvantage than to have th**ir elections influenced by Democratic voters. We hope the time will not the Republicans of Wil mington will be driven to adopt some such measure for their protection, only way to avoid such a result will be to hold Republican nominations by Re publicans alone. HI and llli popular ex l-gst Mlig reason that rats All •in like a harsh is of New come TIi.* The Mothixlist General Conference, after cogitating some days upon the proposition to license and exhort, has refused them that privilege. The question siderable discussion, one member stat ing that he came from the Statu of Mas sachusetts, in which there are 00,000 more women than men, and these women should have something more to do in tho church. It does look as if the proposition should have been adopted when we consider that much of the active and successful work of the church is already done by women. The success uf the church i* now tlejiendenf. on Sunday schools, in which ' have proved themselves the best work ers, and it naturally follows that those who impress the youth with a religious belief generally retain their hold upon the miml even after many changes an<l ups and downs in life. St. Paul's old fogy ideas in regard to women may have suited him, and the age in which he lived, but tin* Christi anity which Paul taught has illumi nated the world, and as the comes more intelligent and refined, woman rises to a higher sphere of use fulness, not only iu »)ie church but in the State as well. caused Cl i I'.irbl bn Are thk Democrats of Wilmington In favor of local self-government or are they not V That is a question that in terests themselves as much as Republi cans. We know that the only response to the question is that they an*: they think Wilmington should be b-r alone to legislate for herself. Then have only to say that the only manner by which local home rule can be maintain ed will be by electing a Republican City Council. Do the Democrats see it? If thk people really want a compe tent Corouer and one who richly ile serves the office,they have a chance n to voteforCharles E. Sparks, wh off list 1 bill in every particular. The D cratie party cannot put a 1 undulate in the Held that match him. Now close up the ranks in tho lu*. publican party and march o:i to vic tory. Ohio on the Wool Tariff. Chicago, May 18.—The Ohio dele gates to the National Wool (jr« wei> Cuiiventlon, which will morrow, held a caucus to-day and deci ded to present to the ConvunDoii a resolution to the effect that the wool-growers of the United .va'es will support no candidate for National, Stale or otb r office, of whatever party, uu less pledged to the iinmediai* tion of the tariff of 1867 on r, forth that there wool growers in the United States eon trolling two million votes, which they say is the balance of power. L bey ( '-<* million WIII Attend rtiurch. Next Sunday being the Sabbath im mediately preceding Memorial Day, Smyth Lost, N . 1, G A. R., in accor* ■ i an co with an establish .1 custom will attend divine service. Jn 1 1 •.- morning set at. their headquarters ib the Adams building and 1 AsL i;y M. K. chur. b, where the ser uj( n 7\ iil be preached l*y ti.e l,ev. L. S. Murray. In the even 1 g tl • y will at tend Scott M. E church, w, < ro an ap * sermon wii be dc.ivered by the Rev. T. K. Creamer, who is a inein eed U her of the Rost. Aiijlmdy ( an Lei a \|cr> Suit ami at a veiy low pro >* iiui'le i ; or.br. • stork of piece gmelh is J bo largest the city. We have superior cutters ; have been anil work iip n. sb< U in tins depart il able fo till y >1 goods to 0 asfls. A splendid i wool cashimeres for pants at 50 to order at Moore'.-, 2 *J 8 Market street. ■III M nee .M ! r h deru « of ai; der as , of taney all The fry in NUN Tli«*y rome That Tb" public can appreciate low pr <•"* in proven by our large sales since •-lit, in the prices of spring cloth Our stock is still loo large and out. Good cassimere suits reduced to 5 and ♦> dol* o'clock on onportuuity, mu'. ' ; are (lutertninwl t for m«n. Open till 11 Saturday's. Now is y and the place is Moore's, 'SJH Market street. Why Deed tlie Hoaftewife Like flic hoc Coni 7 Because the Lee coal i« the cleanest, brightest and best coal in the city. It burns quick and las* a good while. No clinkeis Hold in I quantities to suit purchasers, by Philip Combs & Co., Eleventh and Churitti streets. Prompt! RtMlable! Naf# Canada Pine Syrlp r ur coughs and colds, can be depeufcd on every time. 2f» cents a bottle. , 1 1 I -p^K. LAKOCHE.THE GREAT FRENCH | J_J Clairvoyant-Medium, astonishes all , w , h hi8 revelation# of tne past, present and • fulure> rever f u St Tel« name#. »i day and ©vein du. Fifty r-juj^ arly to avoid cr^w s. * Q 8iree peka H USE l s and a dollar. • No. 12 Fast ml2-0tf We)_ . mrmT i EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVEN' ING THEREAFTER OSE WEEK! COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, MAY 19 HI 9 D. HERZOG'S WORLD'S WONDERS' AND MAMMOTH MUtfCUM. An unequalhd performance of <ururiFing Spec alMes The whole perform ance to conclude with BY THE GREAT Z AX PR ETA PANTO MIME COMPANY. ADMIKMODi ONLY IO CENT A. Reserved seats, 20 cents, office Grand Opera House. For tale at box m!4 7t (OSJilTEiS a ■Vs m STOMACH ! for Enfeebled Systems , aud Begetter at i Suit-ring fr• its- usu 1 CO! i a general want ol ornitHiits. lyspopi •Mom derivable ir and the u.«e of nourishing diet-.mi stimuli ot appetite, dic'ue that will effect n rc cine obstrcle to renewed ir.that Is a genuine corrective, of this ded iiiovhI or the nt ceulth and Is the re 1 need It is the possessi 'Hi id requirement which makes Hostetter's invigorunt 1 dealers gcue- ] Sfomaehsitt* rs so effective For -ale by all druggist* rally. ■ i rally. CIRCE AND HIE FIUENDS OF ULYSSES. It was a sad clay when| th^se poor people allowed' n ■ . . 1 T. lair words to wreck them, it, was a glad hour when the' C wisdom ol their leader broke the spell and made them hu man again. ,ii There is a trade moral in the myth. Trust no fair word> without security. Our words are fair lor the Oak liail Clothing, but with them we put the guarantee whic h » ' ° TTI makes you vour own Ll(s.-es * * * and at your own command transforms vour purchase ii. ^-i • DHCK tO casn tll^rlin. ° , j*i j t ! Wanamaker % Brown, «*ak Hall, 8. E. c«r. *lx(h mid War* kel Wr» ets, Philadelphia. ! | m ' Zfiv When you corno to flunk of it, it .f odu that dterary people prefer a pipt cigar. It is handier to smoke when they ig, and ever bo much cleaner. And then it givea thorn tho truo eo-enco and flavor of the tobacco. The niont fastidious nmokern among all .s and ull clawRefi of tho toijacco grown on tho Golden Tobacco Belt of North Carolina is the most delic ious aud refined in the world. Lighter than Turkish, more fragrant than Havana, freer from nitrates and nicotine than other, it m just what the connoisseur jir;uMos and tlio habitual wnoker demands. Tho very choicest tobacco grown "" this Belt is bought by Black. | well's Durham Tobacco Co., and j appears in their celebrated Bull Kxj Durham Hmolring Tobacco. It is / Y known the world Get the genuine.with Bull trade-mark, then you will be sure of having abto lutcly pure tobacco. 0 that ii i & CHOICE LIQUORS. 1 THE LARGEST STOCK, THE FINEST QUALI TIES, THE MOST REA SONABLE PRICES, At i»ie Old Established and Reliable H 0 U 8 Q of FRANCIS KELLY AND CO 103 MARKET STREET. | , • • LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!! REDUCTION IH PRICES -OP —AT— MOORE'S ! 228 228 MARKET STREET. Owing to the backward spring and an unusually large stock we have deter mined to put our clothing at a price to make them move. M Ihe Reduction? $1H and j$20 suits reduced to $ 10 . $15.00 suits reduced to$iM)0 10.00 (i.00 5.00 Children's spring suits at hall price. Boys' suits at a great re duction. This is no fancy advertbe ! ment. To prove it call and see for yourselves, at the old and reliable clothing house, 8.00 ] i 228 MARKET ST. 228 WILMINGTON, DELAWARE JOHN H. MOORE* — — ivegistek'sorder. HKOISTKH'SOFFICK, n«* c.rucoi-Mi, obi... ypouthf »wiiir»ti.m or Aim'urnin Tin* as Brown exeeuters of .lira' s Brown, ,ii ,, u.'.yillf ll " IK !!!>■•'" » r . Illl.liS, Kl'/I. son, k-mi per».ms imvinKri»im«» k>i - 1 the e-tatc of tiie dco.-iMMl mu t present Iu A ,, l,rA . w '""'' y a\\ ii'ielW'x'"' " r THUMBS HHGWN, Kxceuiors. Addre-.-, 215\Vest beeomi street, Wilmington Del. i flic f gran i state nt ng tln-re g ..r let ,1' The d« til'* • -ill; • dj; ■ ... hv c; I w thin f the dite.,f,mdi news oi l lie all Dersoiis ill >.i> of file - piit'lie |> .'hnIK !*• •«|iiir 1 • nr chide ' Asse Aft he Ill-era-I wi id. (I ; i in tile s: peri .• •dbcffilinliigi m wspaper • continued J then* Len ll •i Old >e I of id, at of the If W i mingtou in i ter at' ii-lie ( ty. »M — of R EGISTER'S ORDER. UKOl-TKRS X 7 W C • iippilcr I'KK'SOFKIUK, *TLE Col'NTY, DHL.. A .rll SUtll, IS8I. :i of William ,1. Fis Ilnt«*», lat«! county, de ' Is ordi n.-d and direct d by the* Reg , liter tli.it ti,c oxeeuto aforeHald give notice j*i raining of letters testamentary upon the j estate of the deceased, with the date of grant t tug tliei' 'T, by causing advertise.cents to be within forty days from the date of such ! letters in fix of the mo-t public places in the requiring all persons Is against Ihe e-tate to pr.-8.nt Act of As uiub'y in 1 provided , and ttbto e: •rted within the fame p. rl wspiiper and to be continued t U| *r Thomi.s of Hundred, i Wllmingt ceased f New list le liavi de ! the »■ | od Iu the Delaware Rkit publt-lieil in V\ llinin^t th- r. i-t three w. eks, . S.fomce' f ) Wilmington, day am icier the hand and Heal of the Register aforesaid, at stle (v written. N, » 1 • ah' . HIGI.S, Register, s having NoT K—All i s u g a 1 1 c the . si; , duly ; the «• ' before AprM « 0 |h, 18 -C,, r aid . the Act ot >de ai il pro 1 lih'il. WILL'Add KISIIEC. K.v ecu 1 u.. A' dr.ss iliniturto;i Del. ml ll E(i ISTKR'S ORDKR. RKGl.-n KR'SOFK! F, ASTI. t b K\ lii'NTY, DU. , - April 3otli, 18«4. ^ > Upon apnlic! Of Willi:,r liri-thiii.t II uiiilri'ii, in 1 direcu •r iltrlx I* r; I . ;l 1 . e If 1 the cxi'i'ii graining r • py "po I gnt Hie "itc-iog s«|\. Mi ' poblie i.hiceis in the reqiiirin ■ Ihe e ha' : Am in •d : i. the -a 1:1 ■« In til Dali lhln* i ! it h. Ul he eontliiiii'i '-S'-in In. i Gi' Seal uf nf Hie - \\ (.'oil H Vj afor s.id. l'." (l. ah RK.:. t- ; agal prcsoii, llit *•: 11 ri o-. •I nu . duly idi-tli. As-i 1 • and pro.'Idl'd • I'KhiH, Exc-. iit, dy M AddrrRS. Yorkl D. DR. THEEL SZttX ailr lphla, tietow Green, (late with l'rof. Juhr), is the only physician in tho 1.'. S. who advertises, and who ir able to cure, (also by letter), permanently, all and every disease of a private nature; (aent- c;; -na In 4 to Jo days),also Nervous De bility, Youthful Imprudence, I^ost Manhood, Effects ot indiscretion, Pimples, Tetters.— Send 2f. coats In stamp# for OP 4^1.'' Al'KN." Tho exposing of " Rover scrintions, Museums, Medical Institute#.''e'o. Flours, s a. rn. to 3 p. m. 1 7 to y p. in. Sundays. 8 to l. Those who have sufiored lor year# from any secret dis ease, and have lost money and all hopes of being cured, can be convinced that there Is a euro for them at last. Ly consulting Dr. TH EEL, 634 North Fourth street. 1'hiladel phia, or reading hfs "SUOUKOE OF UUAUKS," as this i# tho only book which is free from exaggeration, and contains a truo history of above-named Disease#, and shows the best method for their treatment by tho leading authorities of tho world. NCOU1U4E :h' Fron [' foricni. P roposal** for new high geho&l. Sealed proposal# will be re oelved uutH 4 1 >. m., Saturday, May 24th, for the erection and h closure of a brick , building tor a high school building, to bo, built at nth and Adams street*), In Wilmlng . ton. 1*1. JrM; i m~ D .Un ZmZXl ; «o€n, May lwth, tioth day and evening urtfi time for receiving bldg at the office of C.; Graham and Son. architects, 220 Market street. (second st< ryj Wilmington, Del. Bidders most accompany their proposals with a bond, with sureties, residents of New Uastle County, conditioned for the faithful performance of die contract The Board reserves the right to reiect any or a 1 bids. Proposals will be addressed CHARLES B URi), President Board Public Education, aud left with ('. Graham bt Son. Architects. CHARLES HAIKU. President. ml2-l' S EALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RE cetved until noon of Tuesday, May 20th, for plumbing the new Almshouse and Insune Department, ne ir Hare's Corner, Now Castle County, Delaware Plans and specifications can he seen at all times at the city office of the Trustees of the Poor, second story of No. 105 West Sixth street. Wilmington. Delaware. Bidders must accompany their proposals with a bond, with sureties, residents of .New Castle County,con ditioned for the faithful performance of the contract : a form of such bond with the plans and specifications. Prono-als must bo endorsed, "Plumbing new Almshouse and Insane Department, and addressed, "Building Committee, Trus tees of the Poor, caro John Guthrie, Alms house, Wilmington. Delaware." The proposals will be opened at tho Alms house on the said 20th day of May, at noon. By order BUJLUINGCOM. TRUSTEES OF THE POUR. be seen in 8 1 AM NO W H E AI > Y TC > K E< h OTlt ulate the weights and measures in and for New Castle County, All persons wishing to have the same done anything pertaining fin.! me at my residence, 11B0 N tho year 1881.— or to consult me alp thereto, Poplur street, where prompt attention will bo given to all work left to he done, or all in quiries cheerfully answered JACOB DEAKYNE, 1 Measures. Wilmington, Del. April-Hsu884. 22-eod3m Regulator of Weight# N E WSHOES !'<IRE-B.K OH a i.FAN l' formerly of Second and Market streets 1 customers to solicits hlfi old friends amine bis large Ftock of cheap boots and shoes at No. 411 King street, next to Dlllln's tea store. His motto is good boots and shoes at low prices. Ladies'gaiters 75c up; men's $1 up; misses' and children's at reduced to :iv 8-8m prices. OME LOAN ASSOCIATION— Monthly meeting In basement of First National Hank. Friday, May 23. Good time to borrow money at low premium. Three series have been matured, making a hand some rate of Interest for oocklenders. A few shares of tho Inst ser es for sale. myl7-6t H K. T. T.'.YI.Ot!, Sec'y. OTIUE-THIS IS TO • EKTIKY THAT N All clocks belonging to persons left to be repaired at No. 5.2 Euft Seventh street, formerly Ubarle* D. Smith, deceased, will be sold it not called for between 24th day of May Affairs must bo settled un. in 15-81* and the j-ordiog to his icrrns. 1'USEY J. SMITH. 'VrOTlUE—DK. A. K FRANTZ HAS removed to No, 301 Delaware Avenue, between Tat null and West streets. Office hours : 7 to y. morning. 1 to 3. a f 6 to 8, evening. fol«8-3ul PF*'1AL N<»! lUi,.- I?.WESLEY PYLE, PF*'1AL N<»! lUi,.- I?.WESLEY PYLE, late of Second and >Jarke streets,is fully established at 22-3 Market street. He ritp'. ladled, niis-es' and Ladies gaiters, 70c. goritp' Hare halt my-ht S has a full line ol children's shoos, button, l »c.; ladles' slippers, 4Uc shoes at reduced price.-. HE UHEAl to have y hanging dor practical gun uud locksmitti. .mi. Third dtrect. Particular attention ening lawn-moweis, ST AND BEST T LAUE locksmi.liimr and hell at W. H. HARTLOVE'S, 2<>8 r shar j s, scissor-, etc rr:nyl4-3rn IKNNA ItAKKRY—TIIIKD & JhF. . $'»»« ami Ice Cream V fei'Kon hand. always N. B. Also special rates g!von fo par lies. GEO. II IIIJBEK, Prop. affO-lm ■VyOTlOE—ALL 1 J K.SONS ARE NOI'l hed not to trust any count without a written order, i i>uv any billo e. fil-tf our will geo. w. yeunon a sons. N O I iUE—NEW '•TOOK FOR SALE BY 'Aorkingiiien'p L puymentduc 22d ot Ma y. GEUKOE O. MARIS, my 15-1 in Secretary. AemciatloQ.First KLINE'S GREAT NERVE HE ror id the wonder of the age for . uorvtf diseaaet). Ali fit- 1 stopped froo. \r*.h stroll. Bhilsdelputa, Fa. J )K. ; nd '('BONER OF NEW CASTLE . > . 18M. GEORGE A. WILLIS,of trod. Subject to the doclflioD ml 2 -lmj Fr Christiana II of tho DaiuocrdUe party. Ji I UU IU ll pie ii'O iu»y Niiggot both, fliotigli partlculHrly o p^epore»l • t . I rite Fine Dress Suit till# Hjtring. }Gik.bion fixed tho htylcH; ion' ttuit all 'can :■0 tho p» le Suit for Dios. A. C. YATES &CO. Ledger Bu-lding, Chestnut and Sixth Streets, I'llll UH LPIIIA. FLOUR UOR THE FAMILY For health and economy we are highly recommending our Minneola Family Flour i It is giving splendid satisfae tion as a family Hour; white moist and sweet. I'ricc very moderate. JOS- TATNALL & CO. J Telephone No. w*. Front and Orange HOLE IN THE WALI 106 EAST THIRD STREET. Bar Morkrihrfth (heFlneslWIneft Liquors, Negora, elr. JNO. McHUGH. Prop. }anl 6 -iy Pyle & Lichtenstein For the benoat of purchasers 0 f first class desirable Spring , 0 , . 0 JUKI oUHlOTPr gOOdS WC Will 111 22f> Market Street. 22(1 nuguratc n special week of ex traordinary bargains. WE OFFER One case of Marseilles Coun terpanes, 2^ yds. wide, at $1.30, worth $2.00. One lot of 7 inch Blocked Sash Bibb n. all silk, at 75 cents a yd., worth $1.25. One lot of 100 dozen black and colored Kid Cloves at 50 cents a pair, worth 87i. One lot extra heavy German Table Linen at 50 cents a yard, worth 37 2 - One lot of 500 children's Irish Point Collars at 15 cents. One lot of 30 pieces black and colored dress Silks, at 40 cents a yard, worth 02^. One lot of 40 pieces black and colored Silk, at (18 cents, worth 87A. One lot of Summer Silks at 05 cents, worth 87L. One lot of Boys' Percale Shir waists varying in size from 4 to 10 years at 48 cents each, worth (12 A. One lot of Ladies' 5-tuck white skirts at 45 ceil s, worth 75 One lot of Ladies' Jerseys at $1.58, worth $2.50. Splendid assortment of mus lins, sheetings, 'able linens and hou e l'urnisuing dry goods at bottom prices. Special attention is called to our line of Dress Goods. We are ottering decided bargains, Our order department i9 com plete, with every facility for the manufacture of Ladies', Misses' and Children's costumes. Wc guarantee satisfaction in every particular. Our fitting is perfect, style unsurpassed. Parasols— The most r 1 v assortment of parasols ui.<< .... umbrellas to he found in the city. Novelties both in -plain and twill ed, ai (1 at astonishing low piices Pyle & Lichtenstein, 22(1 Market Street. 22(1 m5-mo.wo,fri 5 J. E Caldwell & Co. t Are selling a superior line of Fine Geneva Watches, in Gentlemen's sizes, at the remarkably low prices of $75 and $ioo. Full jeweled movements,—heavy, 18 -karat Gold Cases,—Satisfactory time-keeping guaranteed. Inquiries by mail will receive care ful attention. 902 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. nn gfo BOSKS! ROSKSt! ItOSKS!!! "W .000 liealtt.y rose^phmts hr sale.* 3 ,? nenlthy, hardy, ever-bTotunlng roses f They are not common, but choice roses te - 0*1 geraniums, fuchsias.verbenas,heliotropes ajlvs um. begonias, lilies, pansies,coleus md' all other popular flower plant* for sale '.Six •bn-hoiisos full of flowerCatalogue ady. Send for ono. But don't forget toy roe.-. They were never off ere ,1 , , cheap in lU'.j.vjiire before. Every family should have a dozen, j will t.o gl -d to meet you at CrysL 'i Palace Rose Fa*k, on the Newoort p|g<* o'* »ddre8B by mail wew|Mm n. HAYDEN, Florist 702 Market street, Wllmlmjton, Del. $ 1 . no an!9-eod-tf W".., )>lllmlH . Nu.« 2 V.i to an Shipley street, adadnlmr tli« oYf w'dS uk l T C , l! "'. ,V '"WSlJJk ni.Llis .(.lover, 1 imothy, Orchard Hun. S!* ' r A V u»? 1 oU'mK "t'xi'i!:!?. ,iir s t rin K wop.'. iiAiHiiD. or German Potaih all tho T k t l8 f of * alt - Onion -«■ u,„ I" *l.®> I'«r bunhol. Just rocolvoil I'uro Wulno Huso PoUtoos, fursolul on., HYI.F.. aon «, 21:1 Nhipiej, ra24-eod*tf TKI NIiS A \It IKAVEI,l.la,j UAUM .1. A. (JON NEK, reliable h and trunk manufac turer, No. 4 East Fourth st.. where you v/lll find the f largest assortment''" .-aj,™., of harness, trunks, Wdjg^ twem*w.- - bag#, etc., In tho V^Bes and gentlemen's pocket hook# trunks aud traveling bags. ; yvTSutf; J mm K 5 repairing PHILADELPHIA,SPRINC1 f IDEUTy V//\LL }>ApER (\ fto. *104 Marftef «gfreet. Paper hanging* ©^ftofe/afa anc} S^ptaif. ATTENTION, FARMERS. HARRIS I'ATESl Now is the time to put up your H AY FORKS for mowing away hay. We are d repared to furnish the entire outfit. FORK, ROPE,OAK, KOI) k BLOCKS complete, and to put them up in the building when desired, ready f«*r use. We have also just received and have on exhibition at our warerootns a full lino of the latest improved light CHAMPION BINDERS. SELF-HAKE REA PLUS and MO WEttS. The hinder tor 188* Is questionably tho champion harvester of the age. It Is the lightest in weight, lightest in draft,built of the host material, most bandsomdy finished, most dura ble,tnd hence the cheapest binder made. we have also tn stock a first-class line of HAY TEDDERS. H AND 1* SELF DUMP HAY HAKES, PLOWS, HARROWS, CORN PLAN I ER.S, CUL TIVATORS. and all kinds of FARM TOOLS A MA CHINERY, machinery oils, ground plaster and fer tilisers lonulne Cucumber Woodjl'umps u specialty. un e.h. McWhorters co., This represents the Tort when prepare! to bite the hay. 11A A US KIDU STREET, fene WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. IT WILL PAY Y To examine the large for Spring Trade at i I* 1, 1 -."I AND TO L* ll! If ;L --A. Tf*nth and Tatn 11 St f l> m m ' LA BOB f-TOi LOW! r i* arc i ' TVo 'M 01 IAS. E.SMI 1 $ THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE IN WILM( We lead, we never follow. We lead in choicest styles. Wc load in carrying the largest stock. We lead our select sty le uf trimming,copying only Pariscm New Yc rk style We lead iD keeping the largest assortment of Feathers,Pun Velvets, Satins, Laces, Ornaments, etc., keeping on Land a over one thousand hats for you to select from. We lead in prices, being the lowest. We lead in electric light. 222 222 MK8. JACOBS. KING STREET. 222 co: COAL, HARD AND FREE-BURNING Uf the boat quality. ALBO LIME, SAND, CEMENT, & STAR BONEPH03PH at our new yard, FRONT AND CHURCH 8TRE S O L O M O N* UP-TOWN OFFICE. NO. 3 WEST THIRD STREET. V O 8 H K L L A FURNfil FURNITURE. J. & J. N. HARMAN, No. 410 King Street, Can now be noen at our warerooms, the largest and IlnePt asBortment M Dirnltnj found in tiicStato. We guarantee to suit evory-one in PKIOE, Q,UALn Y anas You will always find it to your intcroHt. Gall and see ua bo*oro purchasing eiwwuw Feather# and Mattresses. TWENTY THOUSAND TINE CIGARS TO SELECT FROM AT CHAS. .!. II. BECKETT 108 Went Ncventli Ntreeb 1*. N. FI neat no lection of Wines and Liquor* in IB* Malg > J. T. GARDNER'S ICE CREAM PARLORS, 8. W. COlt. .SEVENTH AND SIHl'LEV STREETS. (W, ,,K1 ' - Ice Cream Wliolesaie and Retail. Small cans lor I use a specialty. myU-'l EXCELSIOR BREWERj K A fJUI K A RTIJB AN 8'SAVING DA INK. NO. 54)2 MARKET STREET. VCORrOKATKD - - - - FKBBUAIIY 28. 18 < »pen t«> receive deposits daily from u a. in until 4 p m., and on Tuesday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. r JTi(! charter of tho bank provides that as profit# upon it# investments, except so much as Is required tor tho payment o expenses and for suitable surplus, f. niritv of depositors, slmll be divided among tho depositors. No mu linger Is allowed to horn necessary the so any part of the funds deposited with Die (Corporation MANAGERS. <leorgo W. Kush, M. L. Lichtenstein, Geo. S. ('apolle' UliHR. W. Howland. N. R. Benson, •los. L. Carpenter, .lr.,.1ob II. .lackson, Vv in. H. Swift. Anthony Higgins. 'lenient B. Smyth, Henry F. Dure, Edward U 11 ,Lev, Washington Hastings. ' MONEY LOAN ED ON MORTGAGES. Gko. W. Bi:sh U refiidont. E. T. Tavi.ou, Treasurer. .Ioh. M. Math Kit, Auditor. Guo. S. ( Tap Yico-Uiesldent. c.ylflw-tf DR. SIMMS' V«Ketal>le I»jiXh, liieFBcfecflan of ptlin. rffniikiiid^M Pavorlie Pill* Tho most famous llvor medicine on earth No griping, slckuess or woaknoBB attend the! operation. They do not loave tho bowels oos* tlve. I hoy tone und strengthen the Liver, and act on thekidneys, stomach and skin, curing liver complaint, sick headacho, ralgia biliousness, pain In the sides or book wain In the bowels kidneys or bladder, otc. Very valuable In dyspepsia, malarial fevorof dumb ague, chill# and fever, general weak ness, loss of appetite, etc. They are splendid for weakly foinaies as an assistant tokeepthl system healthy, I'hey are endorsed and re* commended by thousands as tho nicest uor aatlve and splendid liver modloine. Elogant. ly sugar coatod; 26 cent# a box; family boxef 0 in one $i. Bent by mall. Sold by leading deaiers in medicines, Main depot. Fourth and King stroete, Wilmington, Del., and 80) Arch street. Fhlladelphla. nov 22 -tt nm N. MELCHIOR, (JUNNJWlTU,No.214 KIJU STRUT lias for .ale Kreeoh and Muzzle iKtadlng ODDS. ■ S"^aA, r a b n^,T,!»r. nD, ii.!r ing dono at short notto®. v ba EXCELSIOR BREWERj OF SPEDHI i 91 FIFTH AND I)"1'0N'T SI No, 71 Ii. 1>. l Hl.VK, Second Street. Telephimc I' '• DKl'OT AT Who hu not licnr.l For a quarter of » centurj tin 1 lj 1 most dollffous ice crein thc ills cream is getting ''.'.',1 i,m far More than t!ff* ho ha * en ^ t , |0 n 1 at Sixth and Ciranire *trc'. 1 # Me3 f turo of cream and Ins • *' , n oFt i ,l( clod milking It among^ ip. i-mj places of resort in thocj. • e0or oiaiu. tr ! lias boon ready to fjirjjj- f,, ir tics, and cheapest for Dial 1 and gatherings ot all kinds._ the Wh.n.y I W 1 .W 1 .J- II Fine French Brandy. ^ rt ^, 1QOi Meat, Khorry Wtne. J - lhe »«,. Rum, Holland Gin, etc., y demijohn. Sogars! ftjgi» r s kc' JAMES A. KELL 8 . W. «or. Teutn Dr • .18 1 Stf No. 10 East Seventy Sriduat* ll ,et,n 1 d, '