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EDDING LI
MITATIONS
AILEY,
;ANKS &
BIDDLE,
CHESTNUT
AND
12tli STS,
Philadelphia.
BIG WEEK'S WORK BEGUN
Continued From First Page.
legatee dies before the testator, and
under the present law the legacy is void.
A bill to be Introduced this week makes
the heirs of the deceased legatee the
rightful persons to receive the legacy It
will change a system which has been in
vogue for several hundred years. The
absurdity of the bill is manifest. A
man who makes his will in favor of an
other knowB in ninty-nine cases out of a
hundred, whether his legatee dies before he
dies. If he does not want the heirs of
the legatee to have his property all he
has to do is to make a new will ; but if he
does want them to have it he prefers to
name them, and not have the matter
open to a fight among the heirs in the
courts.
Only On. Election Department.
The bill in relation to the municipal
election in the city of Wilmington will
be introduced to-day. It simply transfers
to the municipal election all the registra
tion election machinery of the general
election. It provides for but one election
department, that composed of Commis
sioners Dobbs, Doud aud Thomas The
old department and all old laws are re
pealed. The same election officers who
held the general election in November
will hold the municipal election. The
general election registration will stand
with one day for revision, for the addi
tion of names aud noting removals. The
day for revision will be the second Satur
day before the election.
Ignorance no Rzcnse.
The bill to abolish the voters' assist
ants is drawn and ready for introduc
tion. No one receives assistance but
those who are physically incapable of
preparing their ballotH. In such case
it »hall be the duty of the election officers
to soiect two persons of opposite politi
cal faith to help him prepare his ballot.
They shall take the same oath now pre
scribed for the voters' assistants. An
ignorant man must receive instructions
from his friends outside the polls, speci
men ballots being posted for that pur
pose.
The Distinguished Body Politic.
Representative Watkins will, to-day
introduce a bill to reincorporate the
Law Library Association of New Castle
county. The capital stock is $3,000
with power to increase to $20,000.
Among the corporators are Hons. Thomas
F. Bayard, William C. Spruance, Charles
B. Lore, Benjamin Nields, Anthony
Higgins, Edward G. Bradford, Levi C.
Bird, James H. Hoffecker, Jr., George
Gray, Lewis C. Vandegrift. John Biggs,
Alexander B Cooper, Thomas Davis,
Charles M. Curtis. Willard Saulsbnry,
Jr , H C Conrad, John H. Rodney,
Willard Hall Porter, J. Frank Ball.
Wants His Name Changed.
Gottfried Osterlies. of Wilmington,
wants his name changed to Charles
Edward Taylor,
when the petitioner was quite young
and the widow married
named Taylor. Osterlies took the name
of his step father and has transacted
business ander that, name for several
years. He asks the General Assembly to
pass a bill changing his name and
making valid his transactions under his
assumed name. Senator Pyle will iu
trodnee it.
A Tip for Lawyer Prickelt.
Senator Pyle has ready for introduc
tion a bill which will make tbe Law and
Order Society people put on their fight
ing clothes It will repeal that part of
the license laws which provides that no
saloon keeper shall have screens on the
windows or doors to prevent persons
from looking in at those who are partak
ing of "alimentary refreshment."
His father died
n. j :
Rodney and His Bills.
John H. Rodney, attorney for th«
Levy Court of New Castle couuty was iu
Dover last night. He brought several bills
affecting the county government,and con
ferred with Senator Pyle and other mem
bers during the evening.
Members Want « Raise.
The provisions of one bill increase the
salaries of tbe five commissioners from
$000 to $1,000 each, payable quarterly.
It makes an allowance of five cents a
mile for travel in behalf of the county
and the commissioners mutt make oath
that the mileage claim is correct.
Levy Court Wants a Say.
He referred to Senator Pyle an amend
ment to the seveial electric railway
bills. It provides that before any rail
way shall traverse a public road or
cross a county bridge the company shall
have the consent of the Levy Court.
Ruliitlnf to County Finances.
Mr. R'dney will have introduced two
bills of great importance to the county
from a financial point of view. One
authorizes the Levy Court to borrow
$100,000 upon the credit of tbe county
to pay for tbe Washington street bridge
"job." left by the 1st« Republican Levy
Court. The debt shall be paid off in
annual installments of $10.00).
The other bill authorizes the Levy
C'iurt to refund the Trustees of the Poor
fl. uting debt. In 1383 the Levy Court
authorized to borrow $270,000 fur
t iis benefit of the Trustees of the Poor.
The 1 iw directed the payment of $10,0( 0
a year. The state bought the insane
asylum, and for several years payments
were kept up. Six years ago they
stopped, and since then tbe cuunty has
been paying 6 per cent., interest on
$00,000. The purpose of the bill is to
refund it at 5 per cent.
Wanted—More Vice-Presidents.
Representative Sanlsbury will intro
duce a bill authorizing the P , W. & B.
Railroad Company to increase its number
of vice presidents to any extent it may
desire. It is said that the idea is to get
in harmony with tbo Pennsylvania system
of electing officers.
Legislative Not««.
Representative Jacobs will to day In
troduce a bill making several amend
ments to the charter of Bridgeville.
Senator Pvie will introduce a bill to
reuew the charter of the Water Witch
Fire Company of Wilmington.
The Wawaset Gun Club is anxious
have passed tbe bill legalizing the shoot
ing ol pigeons from traps.
t
EARLY NEWS SOMMABY.
National.
President Cleveland and Postmaster
General Biesell have modified th ir re
ported order discriminating against edi
tors for office. But editors and other
business men must exclusively devote
themselves to their public offices. Many
Pennsylvania post offices become vacant
In March and April, and then there is a
lapse until December.
Representative Blount, Admiral Brown
and General Schofield are spoken of a9 a
commission to visit Hawaii. Princess
Kainlanl called upon Mr. and Mrs. Cleve
land and was charmed with her gracious
reception.
Senator Frye moved to rescind the
resolution of Senator Quay by which the
work on Smith and Petty Islands was
hung up. Secretary Lamont can noiv
proceed to give out. the contract.
The Democratic Senatorial Committee,
ignoring the precedent of 1879, has de
cided to report against the admission of
Senators appointed by the governors of
states. This will keep out two Republi
cans aud one Democrat.
No decision was reached in the Senate
on the resolution limiting the work of
the extraordinary session to exeentivo
business.
Decisions were rendered In the United
States Supreme Court In favor of the
letter carriers on the eight hour law.
Maryland.
The ice gorge at Port Deposit is all
over, and it is estimated that the damage
done cannot be repaired for $25,000.
There is a warm contest over the post
offices in most of the county towns of
Maryland.
Preparations are all inada for recon
structing the Baltimore and Lehigh Rail
road In Harford county.
The location of a colony of Polanders
in Prince George's county depends, It is
said, on the nrice the land is held ' for
the settlement.
The United Brethren Conference at
Boonsboro' has adjoarned.
The Talbot county campaign is turning
this time on the state senatorship as a
pivot.
A steamboat to carry the mails is ex
pected to run between the Somerset
group of islands and Crisfield.
Philadelphia.
News was received of the sudden ill
ness of Phil J. Walsh at Tampa. Fla.
Common Council passed the $1,000,
000 sewer and $214,000 bridge bills.
The congregation of the First Method
ist Episcopal Church of Gloucester City
has been perturbed on account of gettiug
a pipe organ from St. Mary's Komau
Catholic Church.
Arthur Nikisch, leader of the Boston
Symphony Orchestra, has announced his
intention of resigning to accept the post
of director general of the Royal Orches
tra, Buda Pesth, Austria.
The funeral of ex-Sheriff George deB.
Keim took place from his late residence.
Henry Glass & Co., dea ers in and
shippers of hogs. Thirty first and Rock
land streets, made an assignment for the
benefit of creditors.
The new Democratic ward executive
committees all over the city were oigau
ized aud the result showed a decided
victory for the administration.
It
Pennsylvania.
High water was reported in the Sus
quehanna and Delaware rivers, but no
great damage to property was antici
pated.
The Lancaster County '.Tobacco Grow
ers' Society took favorable action on a
proposition to form a national associa
tion to maintain the tariff at its present
figure.
Two houses at Front and Buttonwood
streets, Reading, collapsed, injuring
four persons quite seriously.
Judge Doly of Westmoreland county,
decided that W N. Porter and A. B.
Hunter, Republicans, were duly elected
to the Legislature and not W. R Barn
hart and Colonel Eli Waugaman now
seated.
Reading is alarmed over a varioloid
epidemic.
The Barbers' National Association, in
session at Pittsburg, declared against
legislation allowing open shops on Sun
day.
New Jersey.
Gunners near Paterson came upon the
body of an unknown man iu the woods.
Tlie body was iu a kneeling posture and
was frozen stiff.
The street car drivers and conductors
of Newark are organizing, it is said, to
secure their pay on a more equitable
basis.
The Delaware aud Raritan Canal was
opened for traffic.
William Linder, of Camden, committed
suicide in the woods near the Gloucester
City Water Works.
The Camden police were notified of
the mysterious disappearance of Miss
Maggie McGlone.
A coroner's jury in Camden decided
that Henry T. Horner died from the
effects of coal gas and not diseased
meat.
Miscellaneous.
It is believed in Boston that the great
fire of Friday was of incendiary origin.
Much damage has been done by the
floods in the West and In New York
stale, where tho high water and the
moving ice have caused a considerable
property loss at Rondout, Schenectady
and other cities.
The Atkinson House Furnishing Com
pany, of Boston aud Portland. Me.,
failed with liabilities of $1,510,000, and
assets estimated at $3,000,00').
Harry Kernel), the famous Irish come
dlan, died at Asbury Park.
The young womau who committed sui
cide on Sunday in the Coleman House,
New York, by taking laudanum, and
then shootiDg herself through the heart,
was identified as Miss Leonide Cozzous,
the daughter of wealthy parents.
Tom Jones shot aud fatally wounded
Joe Winters iu the Criminal Court room
at Nashville, Tenn., Winters being on
trial for the murder of Joues' father.
Foreign.
The French Chamber of Deputies by a
vote of 287 to 228 declared its confidence
in and voted to support the government.
The vote was taken after an exetring de
bate In which M. Ribot, tbe Premier,
and M Bourgeois, the late minister of
justice, took a leading part as speakers
In defense of the course pursued by the
government in reference to the prosecu
tion of the Pauarna Canal defendanis
Mr. Gladstone is confined to his bed
with a bad cold and considerable anxiety
is felt.
By the collapse of a building in Carls
bad. fourteen people were killed
In t he House of Commons Sir William
Veruou Harcourt, chancellor of the ex
change, an< ouuced that the second read
iug of the Home Rule bill would be post
poned until after Easter.
Oimmlnga tbs pbotograpner. 102 Market
stre it.
A DANGEROUS DIET.
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How Meat May Cause Disease
and Even Death.
A PHY8I0IAÎT3 WARNING.
An Abounding Revelation Based on
Facts—A Cause of SloknMn Rarely
Suspected—Rome Remarkable State
ments.
"Do you eat very much meat?"
If you are an American, in fairly good
circumstances, the chances are that you
will answer, "Yes, I like plenty of meat
three times a day." You may even eat
too much, but you will never dream that
there is any danger in it, although there
is a danger and a very great one. It was
only recently that a well-known physi
cian called attention to this fact in the
Journal of Health. This is what he says:
"The cheapness of meat and a craving
which the systems of most people seem to
have for meat, has made it common for
city people to live almost entirely off
meat in the winter months. Meat is
eaten three times a day in large quanti
ties and that, let me tell yon, is the
reason why diseases of the liver aud kid
neys are so constantly increasing. Too
much meat causes billlousness and in
digestion, and if this Is continued for
any leDgth of time it poisons the entire
system. When you find people com
plaining of loss of appetite, and sickness
at the stomach, with a dull, heavy sensa
tion in the back of the head, pain in the
right side aud under the shoulder-blade,
with fullness after eating, you may
know that their liver and kidneys are
out of order, aud that they are in for a
good spell of sickness before long. When
the liver and kidneys act properly, they
are constantly removing impurities from
the entire body, and when they get out
of order the whole system suffers."
Every one who has experienced the
painful BymptomB tnat the physician
describes, and who seeks a reliable and
swift remedy for preventing them, will
find valuable advice in the following
remarks made by well-known people,
whose words are beyond question.
Miss Alice Bowers, of Winfield, O.,
recently said in relating her experience :
"I was troubled with dyspepsia for six
years, was very nervous, could not sleep,
and my head gave me no rest, which
caused my hair to turn gray at the age
of sixteeu years. I had no appetite, my
stomach would not digest the food, and I
was afflicted with other ailments. Meat
seemed to lay heavy ou my stomach when
eaten, and hud a most unpleasant effect.
I was finally persuaded to try Warner's
Safe Cure, about which I hud heard so
much. After taking it for Borne little
time, I found that I could eat well, that
my food digested pioperly, aud all pain
symptoms disappeared. I am now
better health than ever before in i
in
fui
my
life.
A J. Dewey, the notary public and
well known business man of Cbnumont,
N. Y., tells the following remarkable
story: "Several years ago my doctors
told me that I had kidney disease and
gravel. At times the pain would be so
acute that I could hardly get to the
house. lu my bu-iuess I had sold
Warner's Safe Cute aud, seeing the way
It benefitted others, tried it myself.
Before finishing the firBt bottle I was
greatly relieved. I told my doctor that I
was using this remedy and be said,
'keep right on with it. as it is better
than any thing I can give you, and iu
fact, is the best thing in the world for
kiduey aud gravel troubles ' That was
once that I cheerfully took a doctor's
advice. Very soon I was all right again,
and therefore I cannot »peak too highly
of the great Safe Cure which has done
so rnnch for me."
W. H Heath of Hastings, Mich , is a
wonderful example of perfect health en
joyed in extreme old age. The secret of
it is explained in the following statement
he makes: "Ten years ago I was com
pletely prostrated with kidney disorders,
feet and limbs so swollen that I could
not get on my clothes without assistance.
Tbe best doctors told me I had Bright's
Disease and that I was so far gone that 1
could not live, I went East to New York
state to make a last visit to my friends,
among whom was the late Mr. Cunning
ham, carriage maker, of Rochester, N
Y. Ho recommended Warner's Safe
Cure so strongly that I commenced to
use it at ouce, aud kept at it un'il I
gradually grew better, all traces of the
disease disappeared aud I was dually
cured. I am 72 years old, smart as a
cricket, and attending to my business
daily. I can thank Warner's Safe Cure
for not being a subject for the under
taker."
The many painful effects of imperfect
digestion, including stomach troubles
aud diseases of tho liver and kidneys,
are all thoroughly and speedily relieved
by the help of the great Safe Cure above
referred to. The fact that it has re
stored to health thousands of men and
women who were unable to fiud relief in
any other way sufficiently proves that it
can be implicitly relied upon by all who
seek its powerful aid.
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Scud Your Carpets to (he Electric Carpet
Cleaning and Upholstery Works. 4(4) Orange
8>. Telephone 3o5. Bader & Conway.
MARRIED.
SLAUGHTER-PHILLIPS.- On Wednes
day evening, Starch 8, 1893, at No. 532 West
Fourth Street, by the Rev f. F. Hendricks,
pastor of .'ovenant Reformed Episcopal
IJburch, Solomon Slaughter of (his city and
Alice P. Phillips of Chester, Pa.
DIED.
ARMSTRONG.—In this city, on March 8,
George I). Armstrong, aged 71 years.
BOYLE.—On March 9. the Infant daughter
of James F., and Mary E. Beyle, aged 2
months and 8 day s.
BROWN.—Near Talleyville, March 9. D93.
Clarence Edward, young,st child of J. Her
bert and Elma J. Brown. •
CHRISTY.— In «hi* city, on March 8. Mary
Ann. the beloved wife of James Christy, in
the 77tb year of her age.
CRl'MMEY—In this city on the 10th IdbL,
Edward F. GTummey, aged 31 years.
OOUERT.—On the 11th Instant. Mary H.
AHmon. wife of Charles W. Oouert.
Relatives and friends are Invited to attend
ttie funeral from the realdenco of her hus
band, No. 8o» Delaware avenue Sert lees on
Tuesday afternoon, 14lh Instant, at 2 o'clock.
Interment private.
KITCHEN.—In this city, on March 11, John
C. Kitchen, aged 71 years.
K * 1SER.—On March 12. Christina, widow
of John Kaiser, aged 00 years.
LA PIER* E.-On March 12, Gertrude La
Pierre, axed 84 years.
LOWBER.—On the 12th Instant. Joseph
Lowner.
MALONE.—Or Msrch 12. Lizzie, danahter
ot W. L. and Julia Malone, sged 4 months.
Funeral Tuesday at 2 o'clock from the resi
dence of her parents. No. 1542 Van Buren
street.
MONAGHAN—On the 14th Instant, Hannah
Monaghan, widow of U»en Monaghan,
aged 70 j ear*.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 1007
West S cond street, on Frid»v morning at
»o'clock. High mass at St. Paul's Church.
Interment al New Cathedral cemeteiy.
WILLS.—On March 18. Elizabeth, widow
of tbe late George E. Wills, in the t»ih year
of her age.
N. Y. Clothing Honse.
316 Market Street.
You may fool some people
all the time, you can fool all
some time. Hut you can't fool
all the people all the time.
Some stores, and \ve are
sorry to say that they are right
here in Wilmington think they
can fool the people all the
time, and we wouldn't be sur
prised that they'll offer a Suit
of Clothes, if you buy the but
tons.
We are open every evening
to show the newest and hand
somest line of Spring Suits
and Trousers.
We are open every evening
to sell the balance of our Fall
Stock before Spring opens.
If you are not particular as
to weight and will take a little
time to be fitted there are odd
Suits and Trousers that you
can save money on.
Store open evenings.
Strictly one price and If dis
satisfied with your purchase
we will return your money.
N. Y. Clothing House,
816 Market Street.
MAX EPHRAIM.
AMFUFWFNTH._
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
TUESDAY. MARCH 14.
Second Grand Concert.
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FERD FULLMER HALE CHORUS
Assisted by the
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC CLUB,
Consisting of ti E linent Artists and
MISS MARION S. WEED, Soprano.
Ticket», 50 cents. Reserved Seats 10c extra.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 17,
DORE DAVIDSON and RAMIE AUSTEN
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DANGERS OF A GREAT CITY."
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 18.
America's Foremost Tragedian,
ROBERT DOWNING,
In a Grand Scenic Production of his latest
and greatest snccess,
"RICHARD, THE LION-HEARTED."
_ LOST AND FOUND.
OST -ON SATURDAY, A BUNCH OF
. j kt-vs Reward wili bo given. THOMAS
O'DONNELL. Brownson Meat Market. Fourth
and Jackson street«.
FIT KMC SALKS.
M'BLIC SALE OP
good furniture will
& Son's Auction Room on Friday after
noon, March 17, at 1 o'clock. Five Parlor
Suita, upholstered In Pluah and Hair Cloth;
eight Bedroom
Carpets, Lnungt-e. Hat Hacks, Pi mo. Chairs,
Stov»8, Tables, etc. Sllver-nUtcd goods,
dishes and lot of all kind» or good». The
go< d*t will be open for inspection on evening
before aale and earlv on morning of Hale
L. W. 6T1UUAM Ai HON,
A actionner».
$1,51X1 WORTH OF
besold at Ht id hum
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Suits,
260 yards of good
3UBLIC SALE OF
1
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 16,
At 1 o'clock, p. m..
AT 1821 WEST EIGHTH STREET,
r insisting of carpets, matting, stove, chairs,
bookcase, fine hat and umbrella rack, bed
steaus, bureau, mat très*, kitchen utensils, etc.
L. W. STIDHAM &ZSON, Auc.
at
pUHLIC
SALE
OF
HORSES
At Wilmington Boarding Stables, 214 West
Sixth street, Wilmington. Del.,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18. 1898,
At 1.80 p. m.,
FIFTEEN GOOD HORSES
Will be sold,including handsome black mated
team, two most reliable family horses, one
splendidly gutted »addle mare, two spetdy
horses, pacer and i rotter, and several good
looking busine»H horses
TKUMaN WALLACE, Manager.
L. W. Stidham & Son, Auctioneers.
BLICRALF..-WILL HE SOLD AT PUB.
lie *»)<• at KT> W. ft Second s»ret*t. Wed.
P u
nesday, March 15, at 1 o'clock p. an, a gen
eral line of b use hold goods. All will be sold
as the Partie» are declining housekeeping.
Gi- ORUE DRAKE, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE.
F or salk—handsome bank
ter. desks, revolving chairs, cabinets, ta
bles and ether office furniture, contained In
our old office In the Bayard building. Will
be eold at a great sacMflceat private »ale. Ap
ply 1« L. P. BUCK, Ns. UÜJ Markst street.
COUN
HKI.P WANTED.
WANTED. BOY WITH EXPERIENCE
» ' to feed CiurUuD Press. Apply No. Sim
Shipley it reel._____
,2 * TO$15 PER DAY AT HOME SKI.UNO
nr*) Lightning Plater and plating jewelel-y
watches, tableware, etc. Plaies the tlueat of
Jewelry, good as new, on all kinds of metal
with gold, silver or nickel. No ex
No capital. Every house has goods
plating . H. K DeI.NO A CO.. Colo
j*Tii.ru e.
needing
Columbus, O.
ALKSMAN TO MANUFACTURE AND
whol. salonur New Process el'er m«de
4 cent*
rticulars Western Ciiler Co. Lu i k box
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without Apples. Excellent wag»«.
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_Sin ETIONS WANTRD.
\\' \NTKl» HY \ • OHI R, Si K VDY M IN,
» » a place an helper In a blacksmith shop.
Address. HELPER, this office._
BOARD AND ROOMS._
O'WO GENTLEMEN OR MAN ANI> WIFE
A can be accommodated with board 8. »V.
. : 1 : urtii an d Jefferson street s._
\ir ANTED. —BOARDERS, HOOD AIXJOM
>T irmdstlons. No. 40« Esat Fourth street
RKAI. F.RTATK.
XT'OR KENT ROOM NO. 418 SHIPLEY
I street Second Story about 16 by BO feet,
good tor Society room. Kein $100 a year,
A pply .lames Momuilian 410 Market stre et.
T.YOH RENT A STABLE WITH SIX
I stalls on Orange street, between Flrtb
and StxOi streets. Apply to JOHN P. I)ON
OHOK. BI9 Orange street._
FOR RENT.
WEST HIDE.
201 West Sixth, 7 rooms.
Vli West Sixth, 7 rooms.
1225 .Market, 8 rooms and bath.
N. E. cor Hull xml Market, to rooms amt hath.
10119 Market ,9 rooms and bath,
l-ii Market, 7 rooms and bath.
843 T tnall, 7 rooms and bath.
WH West Fourth, II room« aud bath.
3 South Clayton 11 room* aud bath.
OJii West '1 bird. 8 room» and bath.
231 Adams, 7 rooms and bath,
lb 0 West, 8 room» and hath.
1112 West, 8 rooms and bath.
2 til Gilpin avenue, 10 room* and bath.
1?23 Ullpin aveuue, 8 rooms
»18 Loverimc avenue, 4 rooms.
»il Lovering avenue. 4 rooms.
926 l»>vering avenue.4 room».
507 West Front. 8 rooms and hath aud store.
1502 " est Front, 8 rooms und bath.
1504 West Front. 8 rooms and bath.
1012,1016 West Second, 5 rooms aud hath.
117 Shipley. » rooms and hath.
9113 Shipley, 8 rooms
»18 West Eightti. » rooms and bath.'
TuT* Wist Ninth, 7 rooms and bath.
118. U8 Scott, 8 rooms and bath.
»04 Van Buren, 1» rooms and bath.
814 Van Buren, 1(1 rooms and bath.
406 West Fourteenth. 8 rooms and hath.
817 Market, store and dwelling, 14 rooms and
2 baths.
1514 West Fourteenth, It rooms and bath.
1014 Van Buren, 8 rooms and bath.
IMM West Eighth, 8 rooms aud hath.
208 Jefferson street, 12 rooms and bath.
835 Morrow street, 8rooms and hath.
1317 Sliallcross avenue, 8 rooms and hath.
414 S ear le» street, 4 Totin'».
1507 liodnev Htreet, 8 rooms and bath.
1811 West Fourth street, 5 rooms.
700, 711 Scott street. 5 rooms.
4U7 Tutuali street, & room».
EAST HIDE.
HI13, 1019 Spruce. 8 ro. ms and hath.
1018, 1012,1014 Spruce, 8 rooms aud bath.
Eleventh aud Kirkwood, bouse aud spire.
2IK. 204. 2(18. East Fifth, 8 rooms anil bath.
31» Hast Thirteenth. 5 rooms aud bath,
a 17 Poplar, 8 rooms and bath.
511 King, 8 rooms and bath.
818 King, 10 rooms and Iwth.
In »1. 5. f. 13,17. 1« Church. 8 rooms and hath.
1120. Fast Fourteenth, 5 rooms.
12 Boblnson, 7 rooms and bath.
lo, 17 Robinson,
113 F.ast SI < teen h. 11 rooms and hath.
1118 Pine, 0 moms and bath.
1155 Vast Th'rteenth. 8 rooms.
1344 ()la> mont street, 5 rooms.
! Li.. 0 Ileald street, 7 rooms and halb.
lOACburch street, 7 rooms and hath.
35 East Twenty-second street, 5 rooms.
6 room«.
HEALD & CO.
FOR RENT.
801 Van Buren street » rooms and hath. $35.
81:4-15-17-1», Jackson street. 10 rooms and
bath $25.
Broome and Banning streets 13 rooms and
bath $22.
Four houses Lovering avenue and Jackson
street 6 room» and bath $14.
*220/ Market street 7 rooms, $16,
8TOHKH.
Lovering avenue and Jack»on streets $20.
Third and Washington streets $28.
Apply to _
JOHN MULVKNA,
No. »15 Market »tree .
Phone. 639.
FOR SALE.
Grocery Store iu good location.
Can be bought very cheap.
Apply to
GEO. R. TOWNSEND & CO.,
804 Market Street.
J0S. L. CARPENTER, JR.,
Wîi.'J Market Street,
Real Estate, Bonis ani Morales.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 6 and 6 por cent.
Reliable SecnrUlca In denomination» of
to $5.0(0. ]*rinctpal and interest guar
anteed.
RANKING AND FINANCIAL_
Jj* QUIT ABLE LOAN ASSOCIATION
WILM INGTON, DEL.,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. .
New series just Issued. Books now ready
Shares, $t each per month.
Money loaned to members
on Improved real estate In Hie city of
mingtou.
Easy monthly paymen s enable members to
borrow money for Improvements or to obtain
a home on the most advantageous terms with
very little outlay above regular rent.
For shares or further information
EDWARD A. KIRN, President,
Dr. J. H. SIMMS. Vice President
WM. E. HAWKINS. Secretary.
SOL. H. STAATS. Treasurer.
OFFICE. 712 MARKET STREET.
first mortgage
WH
apply to
^RTISANS' SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 608 MARKET STREET
Delaware
Wilmington,
Open dally from » o'clock a. m. until 4 p. m
id on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7
p. m.
ASSETS.
DEPOSITS,
SUHPLU8,
INTEREST ALLOWED on deposit«
money for one or more calender months al
the rate of 4 per cent, per annum.
Money loaned on Mortgages on Heal Eatata
to
si
$«61,170.84
840,641.82
$110,629.17
OEUHGE W. BUSH. I'rwfident.
0. WESLEY WELDIN', Vice-President
E. T.TA YLOK.SeqrelHiy and Treasure»
JOSEPH M. MATHER. Auditor.
J.
Nov.
R. R. ROBINSON & CO
• i
, . ANKERS AND BROKERS,
CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET 8TB
Stock bought and sold In the New York,
Philadelphia and Boston markets on commis
sion.
Letters of credit given, av
of the world, and drafts on
France, Germany and Hwaiarlaod loams .
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Boston One-Price Clothing House,
213 MARKET STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
Merchant Tailoring a Specialty.
IF YOU WANT INFORMATION ABOUT
Ill
ADDRESS A LETTER OR POSTAL CARD TO
THE PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY,
JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney,
Washington, O. C.
)lv dUchargetl soldi era and sailor»» who aerred ninety day«, or over, in the late war,
. if now purtlallyor wholly disabled for ordinary manual labor, whether disability
was caused bv service or not. and
P. O. Box 463.
Honorabl
wholly disabled for ordinary manual labor, whether disability
I caused by service nr not", mid regardless of their pecuniary circumstances.
XV IDuWSof such soldiers and sailors arc entitled (If not remarried) whether sold let's death
was due to army service or uut, If now dependent upon their own labor for (apport. Widow,
not dependent upon their own labor are entitled if the soldier'» death waa due to service,
CHILDREN ere entitled (if under sixteen years) In almost all case* where there wat DO
widow, or ahe haa aince died or remarried.
PARENTS are entitled if soldier left neither widow nor child, provided soldier died In
service, or from »ITeci» of aervire, und they arc now dependent upon their Own labor for «ap
port. It makes no difference whether soldier served or died in late war or In regular arm, or
Soldiers of the late war, pensioned under one law, may apply for higher rate* under other
laws, without losing any rights.
Thousands of soldiers drawing from $> fo $to per month under the old law are entitled to
higher rates under new law, not only on account of disabilities for which now pensioned, but
also for others, whelherdneto service or not.
Soldiers and sailors disabled in line of duty in regnlararmy or navy sine, the wer ere alto
entitled, whether discharged for disability or not.
Survivor», and their widows, of the Blank Hawk, Crook, Cherokoe and Seminole ot Flor
ida Indian Wan of 183» to 184», are entitled under« recent act.
Mexican War sold 1er. and their widows alaoeutlUod, if slxty-two years of age or disabled
dependent.
id claim« completed nnd settlement obtained, whether pension has been granted undet
later Uwe or not.
Rejected claims reopened and settlement secured, if rejection improper or illegal.
Certificates of service and discharge obtained for soldiers aud sailors of the late war who
have lost their original papers.
bend for laws nnd Information.
are entitled
11 : l '•
or
' ■
No charge for advice. No fee unless suoMisfal, Address,
THE PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY,
JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney,
P. O. Box 463.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
NOTICES.
VTOTICE TO THE DELINQUENT TAX
i* payers of Whit# Clay Creek Hundred.
The tsxablu resident, of White Clay Creek
hundred and all persona liable to nay tax In
said hundred are hereby notlUau that the
unrisralgnsd delinquent tax collector lor said
hundred will he a( the WaslitiiKton t!ou»e
and Deer Park, hotel at Newark. Del., on
Tuesday March 21 and April 18 and at
I hristlana Hotel, Christiana, on Tuesday
April 26 between the hour* oi l and 5 p. in.,
fur the purpose of receiving taxe» iu pursu
ance of an act ol (lie (.enernl Assembly
this state. D. K. DONALDSON!
Collector.
,.f
N otice, -wharfage and storage.
Christiana river foot, of East Seventh
street. Shipping facilities by three railroad»,
Pnnnsylvanl. Baltimore and Ohio and Wtl
Northeru (Philadelphia and
connection). Vessel owners and
mlngton and
Reading
agent», contractors, merchant» and dealers
generally are informed that they can obtain
wharfage and storage room on our property
at reasonablerates. Apply to MoCULLOl'GH
IRON COMPANY, Seventh
Avenne, Wilmington.
ami Railroad
■VTUTICF. TU THE DELINQUENT TAX
1« pat ers of Christiana Hunitred.
The taxable residents of Christiana Hundred
and all persons liable to pay tax in »aid
hundred are hereby notified t liât the under
signed Delinquent Tax Collector for said li
dred will he at Centreville, Monday March 2 1 ),
Toy's Hotel Rising »mi. Tuesday March 21,
Court House Wilmington. Wednesday Mardi
22. Post Office Highlands, Thursday March23
18»3 between the hour» of 2 and 5 p. rn for the
purpose of receiving taxes in pursuance of an
act of the General Assembly of this state.
Office at Hotel at Newport Del.
F. A. 8TURQEON
Delinquent Collector.
un
VTOTICE TO THE DELINQUENT TAX
lx payers of Blackbird Hundred.
The taxable residents of lllaekhlrd hun
dred and all persons Mahle to nay tax In said
hundred are hereby notified that the under
signed delinquent tax collector for said hun
dred will lie al Mrs. Perry's store. Tuesday,
Mardi 21. and Tuesday, April 4 and at De
laney Mur phv's store, Tuesday,
between the hours i f 2 and 4 p. m Tuesday,
March, 21; between the hours of 10 a m. and
2 p.m.. for the purpose of receiving taxes
In pursuance of an act of the General Assem
bly of this state. R. C. BROCKHOM.
Collector.
March 28
N otice, to the delinquent tax
payersof Wilmington hundred for the
year |W2. The collector will »H at the County
Court House commencing Saturday March 18
and continuing until Saturday, April!, 1893.
for th« purpose of receiving all county and
I»ior taxes remaining unpaid for that
\ear. Taxe» not paid after that date will be
collected with coats in accordance with law.
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. in , 2 to 5 p. m. JOHN
A. MITCHELL, Delinquent Collector.
VTOTICK. GO TO CLARK'S 6U6 MADl
la son street for pure candy. _
OTIOE TO THE DELINQUENT TaX
payers of Brandywine hundred.
The taxable residents of Brandywine hun
dred nnd all persons liable to pay tax In said
hundred are hereby notified that the under
signed delinquent tax collecter for said hun
dred will be at SUarpley'e School House, Sat
urday, March 18; Practical Farmer, Monday,
March X(r, East Lake, BuUock's Store, Tues
day. March 21; between tbe hours of 10 a. ffi.
and 2 p. in., for the purpose of receiving taxes
In pursuance of an act of the General Assem
bly of this state.
Extract from Sec. 8. Chapter 26, \pl. 1»
Ioiwh of Delaware: "Every «ich collector
shall, between the first ana second Tuesday
of March In every year, give and tubllsh in
a newspaper printed in a hundred of
which he is collector, or in adjoin
ing hundred, or in ease there
none such, then In a newsiiaper p
lished In the city of Wilmington, ten d
notice that he will attend at convenient
times and places, stating the same, to re
ceive such taxes; and he shall also give the
same notice by handbills posted in at least
ten of the most public places 111 each hun
dred of which he Is collector: such notice
and the notices herein-before required to
be given by the said receiver of taxe*, shall
be deemed and taken to be a sufficient de
d under existing l»w In relation to the
collection of taxes iu tld» state.*'
W. E. HUSBANDS.
Collector of delinquent taxes of Brandy
wine hundred
N
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FRBFEOT
ADJUSTMENT
ecABAimm
OCOUHSTS'
PRESCRIPTIONS
PILLED.
B. H.lBAYNAKD,
FIFTH AND MARKET 8T*
WUm'JigW«, Mb
oob ""
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
TUE WESTMINSTER.
Kentucky Avenne between l'actflo Avenue
and Ocean.
A new house under experisnoed manag«,
ment. Every convenience.
MUM. M. ROCHE.
NOW OPEN,
No. 17 STATES AVENUE,
Atlanttc City.
A. ltYAN.
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SAN MARCOS HOTEL,
Pacific and Massachusetts Ave*.
NOW OPEN.
NEAR THE BEACH.
Elegantly furnished: Ocean View; Steam
Heat: Hydraulic Elevator; Run Parlors;
Electric Calls; Fire Escapes;
Telephone: Telegraph
Calls. Etc. Etc.
Hot and Cold Bolt and Fresh Water
Baths in the House.
$2 50 and Up Per day.
Spécial Rates by the Week.
Charles William Edwards,
Successor to
ISAAC SOLOMON,
(Formerly one of the proprietors of th,
Bingham House, Philadelphia).
WILLIAM E. COCHRAN,
Manager.
KENILWORTH INN
Ocean End Kentucky Ave.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Steam Heat, Elevator.
Elegant and Modem
MRS. ANNIE GRUBB, Prop
ILM1NUTON M KAM BOAT COMPANY
w
»08
CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA.
ST EAMER
pi
BRANDYWINK.
On and after Saturday.February 18. Steamer
Brandywine will
Leave Wilmington at 7.80 a. m.
lo»»Vf» Chil.SJnsl, *i 4 p. TT1
PROPOSAL«.
PROPOSALS.-PROPO-AL9 WILL BS
I received at the office of the * star D«
partznent, southwest oorner Sixth and J
streets, up to 4 6'dook, p. m.. luosdaj*
21,1896. for supplying tbe Depart
coah for Lb« year cumm«ocinjf A _.
Blank fora» of prop. -sa. can be bau apoB »>
plication. Bond, ÎÏÙ Tbe right tojrsjfef sfi
u r ail bids Is reserved. OAts^naaStl
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