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TRANSPORTATION
BUSH LINE
Freight received for ell Points,
- moral attention, end forwa ded prompt
v el lowest retes and by bust r®utva
Heats leave both Wilmington and Phila
delphia at 4.00 p m. dally. bunda> e*
eeyled.
Through rates and
•usd.
bills of lading IR
BUSH à SONS CO.
I N.eh Wharves Philadelphia.
French Street Wharf, Wilmington.

Merchants and Minors Trnnspor a ion
Company Steamship Vine*
GEORGE W

FLORIDA BY SEA
44
Between
BALTIMORE AND _ Si V V . vl NTNA H
PHILADELPHIA AND S.WANNAH.
Best way to reach Florida aud al
Southern points.
Accommodations and Cuisine Unsur
passed
Rend for Tour Booto
Ticket Office, 105 8 Ninth St..
Olty
Philadelphia, Pa „ _ _ „
W. P TURNER. P. T. M„
Baltimore. Md.
WILSON L1NL to PHILA.
I a; senge* and freight.
IJtA M.snd 1.30P.M. DsHra«d 8dMe*
Leave Chwinut St wberf Philadelphia
U ■( A. M psd 4 'î F. M.. 1 sdr end SunOS*.
»661 SERVICE AT LOWEST RATES
EXCURSION TICKET *yr n
25c GUOD FOR 30 DAYS
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS
HOTEL bothwell
Virginia Ave.. 2nd house from beach
and Steel Pier. Open all year. Steam
heal. Baths, etc. Exceptional table. Rates
and booklet on request.
J. & N. R. BOTHWELL.
^EW CLARION
Ocean end Kentucky Ave. Open al/
year. Steam heat. Elevator to »'r et level.
Booklet. Coach. S. K. BONIFACE.
fl8-2ra __
pONCE DE LEON
Virginia Ave. and Beach
Atlantic City. N. J.
Hot and cold sea water bathe. Special
spring rates.
ALFRED B. ORINDROD.
•4"Ike New Princess Hotel
WHEN AT ATLANTIC CITV
r
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Wf* *"•'
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South Carolina Arc., 200 feet from
Beach.
Ttje Prince»» Hotel Is newly furnish
ed throughout with rare taete, and
posseeses all modem requisites for
convenience and comfort of the guests.
Golf privileges Änd privilege of the
Atlantic City Yacht Club extended to
guests.
American
A BOOKLET will
the
and European Flan.
he gladly furnished
upon application.
Rates, Running from 812.50 to 830.00
per week, according to location of the
rooms,
For further Information address
CROWELL * COLLIER,
THE PRINCESS HOTEU
Atlantic City. N. J.
NEW YORK HOTELS
Hotel Westminster
aiMM&f Now York City
1
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yBE
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One block from UNION SQUARE,
Surface. Elevated
Midway between
SALE and RETAIL
THEATRES, and yet far enough from
Broadway to Insure COMFORT and
FREEDOM from the bols» and bustle
of that thorofare.
PERFECTLY QUIET Locality and
HOMELIKE In every respect
EXCELLENT CUISINE, EUROPEAN
PLAN.
Single Rooms, 81,00 per day and up.
Room with both. 18.00 per day and up.
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath. *3.00 per
day and up.
SEND FOR BOOKLET.
and Bubwav Cara
leading WHOLE
STORES and
0. H. FOStfr
PROPRIETOR.
Romedollod, Hasdsomalf Fureished
New Throughout
THE ALBANY 41 "*
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ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
In the heart of the City.
300 Bath Rooms.
European Plan. Cuisine Onegoelted.
Gentlemen's Cafe, Ladles' Restau
rant and Moorish Rooms. Popular
Prices.
900 Rooms.
Plenty of life—but home-like.
Single Room and Suites with and with,
out Bath.
$1.00 par Day and up.
Send for Booklet
ROBERT P. MURPHY.
Meet me at ths Collage Inn, under
The Albany, New York's leading
R a th s k eller, a place te eat, drink and
To Exhibit Painting. .
In the New-Century Club on Friday,
Maroh 16. there will he an exhibition
of oil and water color paintings The
painting» have been on
ihtbltion at
the General Federation of Women's
Clubs, Chicago, and tha past week were
shown to down-State towns.
Mo ad
mission will be obasrged.
SCHAFFNER ON
WITNESS STAND
(Continued Frem Second Pagra)
In court yesterday afternoon Mr.
Khowlee cross-examined Joseph MUcholl,
mo second witness for the prosecution, to
_I . — .. Z . . w
some length. Mitchell said he went to Mr.
England s law office and repeated what
ha said Schaffner had told htm to say
relative to the Eltenman case. The wit
ness said he did not tell Mr, England that
the Information he had given him was
untrue.
Concerning a visit by the witness to the
office of Attorney-General Richards tor
the purpose of Informing Mr. Richarde
of what Schaffner had asked him to do In
the Elsenman case. Mitchell said Uo had
gone to the office with Daniels and Fred-|
erlck Buell and that he had received 21
from Daniels before entering Mr. Rich
ard's office. Witness did not know why
Daniels had given him the money. He
said later that he had received *1.50 for
his connection with tha case.
Before leaving the stand Mitchell denied
that ha had aver been convicted of 'gr
eeny.
For the purpose of clearing up Mitch
ell's testimony concerning the receipt of
II from Daniels before going to the of
fice of Ur. Richards, Daniels was recalled.
He said he hod received $4 from Mr.
England, which sum he had divided
equally between Harry Langman, Mitch
ell, Buell and himself. The men wee
waiting for Daniels outside Mr. England's
office and they received the money be
fore golrj to Mr. Richard's office,
Harry Langman relieved the seriousness
et the situation with a somewhat humor
ou» recital of bis part In the Elsenman
case. It was In the language of a Bowery
student and caused much amusement
, „„„„ „
Langman said he didn't know Mrs. Eisen
_v—
mentloned while talking about the divorce
case. Nevertheless he had agreed with
Schaffner to testify In the case for a
elected "Into the game" after meeting
Schaffner In the pool room. When first'
approached Ixtogmafl- seid he refused te
take any part In the case because of the
utation of the woman.' witness said Sch
. ______ „.x l,„ x
ner replied. Then Langman saJd he agreed
to give the testimony.
"Then you promised to give testimony
In the Elsenman case that would have
_. . , . .... m . . „
sent yon to the penitentiary, asked Mr.
Knowles of the witness.
"Tee; but from what Schaffner told me
there were »0 many other witnesses who
would testify against Mrs. Elsenman'»]
reputation that I thought the court would'
against Mrs. Elsenman. Miss Storor said
she was to swear that she had gone to the
Elsenman house to partlolpate In a card
party and while there had seen Mrs.
Elsenman conduct herself Improperly.
IX V..X nff.red "ts .r
Witness said she had been offered » or
810" for her part In the case but had re
"at r.r »a.
Schaffner, but ehe told him ehe would
not do as ho had requested.
Israel Elsenman was than called to the
stand. Witness said he had been sp
preached by Schaffner who offered to get;
him a divorce from hi. wife upon oav-i
man. had never been In her home and had
never seen any ot the persons Schaffner
consideration. Langman sold, he had been
possibility ot him being sent to ths "pen
itentary" tor the o^ense.
"There will be no danger of that. Many
police officers will swear to the bad rep
get tired sending them to the penitentiary
before reaching my case," was the reply.
The court auditors laughed. Langman de
nied that he had ever served time fer
larceny. Ha said he was born In New
York State, and was a brldgebullder by
trade.
"Are you not known by the neme of
Torky," asked Mr. Knowlea "No. If any
one called that name In my hearing I
wouldn't know who he had reference to»,'*
was Longman's reply.
Miss Bessie Storor. young white wo
man. of No. 718 French street, said Schaff
ner had asked her to give testimony
ment of 8100. Elsenman said he accepted
Schaffner'» offer. On cross-examination
Elsenman said he did not meet Mr. Eng
land until after he had met Schaffner.
After Elsenman left the stand the State
closed Its casa
Schaffner Accuses Daniels
Then Schaffner went on the stand.
He said he had known Roland C. Dan
iels for eight or nine years. Concern
ing hie meeting with Elsenman, which
followed a telephone communication,
Schaffner said Elsenman told him he
had engaged Mr. England ^o get'a di
vorce for him and wanted him
(Schaffner) to look up testimony In
the cue.
Elsenman house,
ner said he took Elsenman to the place
and while there they saw Harris and
Phillips.
Schaffner said he understood that
Daniels had frequented the house, and
after having a talk with him relative
to Eisenman's Intention to ask for a
divorce from hie wife, Schaffner, »aid
Daniels promised to get testimony
against the woman on condition that
he be paid 826. Schaffner then »wore
that Daniels suggested the testimony
which had been credited to him.
Schaffner said the men later de
manded money of him and upon his
refusal to pay
threatened to leave the city,
ner
Schaffner was to watch the
That night Sehaff
them money they
Schaff
replled that he didn't car» If they
did. He said he had never paid the
men one cent, and had every reason to
' ,-lleve that what the men had ex
willingnees to swear to
pressed a
against Mr». Blsemnan waa true.
"I never
asked anyone to swear
falsely tn the case,'' Schaffner said.
Concerning Mies Störer. Schaffner
said Daniels had sent him to her. Miss
Storer said, according to Schaffner,
»he knew Mre. Elsenman. but would
not give testimony against her be
because she (Miss Storer) frequented
the bouse. According to Schaffner,
Daniel» took the four men to MY. Eng
land's office but would not let them
talk of the dlvoroe case until they
paid. Schaffner further declared
" ,-re
that the photograph» mentioned had
been obtained by Daniels. At this
Juncture a recess was taken.
In opening the defense Mr. Knowles
said he would show that Elsenman had
engaged Mr. England to prosecute his
action for divorce against his wife on
statutory grounds, that It was Daniels,
and not Schaffner who had suggested
the testimony which the State had
credited to Schaffner, and that Schaff
ner had not paid Daniela Langman,
Buell and George W. Smith for their
promise to give such testimony, as had
been alleged.
"We will further show." continued
Mr. Knowlea ''that them men de
manded 810 from Mr. England and
that Ur. England said he would give
them $5 after they had testified.
When Mr. England made this state
ment he did no move than many other
lawyers at Ms bar have dona"
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F or bale —stork fixtures
•helving and counters. Apply DAVID
DANGLE, 56-56 N. Van Buren 8L m6-6t
1,-011 sai.l-OOOD SOUND.BAT MARE.
r Coll afternoon» to 1006 Chestnut at.
m9-8t
■pOR SALE-» PAIR HOMER PIGEONS
" cheap. J. SANDERSON. 1403 Mery
land Ave. mlO-Jt
FOR SALE.
SA LE— PARLOR AND BED ROOM
furniture and Harvest Home rook
»tove. 7X1 Adams St. mlO-lt
- -*
F °hlgh A gr?d» A LesVTr^t 0 a 'vefy 1 A £So *
lb ] e price. Inquire Journal Office. mXl-St
J?
OR SALE-FLOUR, FEED AND
coal business. located In western pait
of the city, doing a good business, good
reasons for selling. Address R. Evening
mll-4t
Journal Office,
>
P OR SALE—RHODE ISLAND RED
1 eggs. 21.00 a setting. Also pullets !■'.
E. PATTERSON, Greenville. Del. mil. 14.18
DOR SALE-26 PIGS AND SHOATS AT
A Blackburn's, on the Causeway, ni ar
_ mll-ït_
pOR SALE-GOOD WILL AND FIX
'D tures of meat store. Address H.. tliia
office.
F OR SALK—MEAT STORE. ADDRESS
H, Evening Journal Office. m6-4l
Wilmington.
m94l
pOR
A gu
ty Mammoth. ROBERT M. TAYLOR,
Stanton. De'awara fa im
SALE - FIRST-CLASS
SPIED
corn. Yellow Dent and Chester Conn
STORAGE
gTORAQE, MEHARQ'S, ITH A KING
ml0-lm
Sll ev.S.
PROPOSALS
■VJOTICE OF SALE OF 235.000 WIL
MINGTON. DELAWARE, BONDS.
Scaled bids will be received by the
1 Finance Comznlttee of Th« Council and
the Commissioner, of the Sinking Fund
of the city of Wilmington until 12 o'clock
noon . on March twentieth, 1906, for the
o l pa , rt of 1 thlrly -, f ":*i
thousand dollar bonds Issued, as fol
lows:
Iwenty thousand dollars under the pro-]
visions of Section 14 of Chapter 177, Vol
ume 24 * Laws 01 Delaware, and an ordl
nance entitled "An ordinance to borrow
j twenty thousand dollars, fifteen thousand
dollar8 ot »Weh shall be used for the
purpose ot purchasing land for perk pur
poses and five thousand dollars of which
shall be used for the erection of a bath
house In or near Kirkwood Park." passed
^^XÜsiÂoïlms Ynd.r the provl
slons of Chapter 17L Volume 22. Laws of
Delaware, and an ordinance entitled • An
ordinance to authorize tha Mayor and
Council of Wilmington to borrow ten
thousand dollars to be applied and ex
pended under the charge of the Board
° f Park Commissioners of the said city
for the purpose of Improving the publia
parks," passed by Council July 25 1907.
Five thousand dollars under the provl
»Ions of Chapter 163, Volume 23, Laws of
R*. 1 ,**^*' * nd an ordinance entitled "An
ordinance to author«» the Mavor and
Council of Wilmington to borrow five
thousand dollars to be applied and ex
under the charge of the Board of
I Th^pÄ of° n Tmp°rôving "the pubuS
parks, passed by Council July 26. iSn.
A H of th * »» ld bonds will bear date «*
Anrll 1, 1908; will bear Interest at the
rats of four percentum per annum, pay
able semi-annually on April and October
of each year, fall due on the first day
of October, 1930, and are In denominations
of fifty dollars or multiples thereof.
All bids must bo In sealed envelopes
on d endorsed "Bids for the purchase of
Wilmington City Bonds," and delivered
to the undersigned in the City Treasur
er's office, at Wilmington, on or before 12
o'clock noon on March twentieth, 1908.
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check, payable to City
Treasurer ot Wilmington on a bank or
trust company of Wilmington for 3 per
cent of the amount ot the par value of
the bonds bid for, which amount will be
accepted as a part of the purchase price
If the bidder Is successful, or will be re
tn £?" " not - .
' The successful bidder must pav for ths
bonds on Aprll flrst 19fts o'clock
noon. In the City Treasurer'» office at
Wilmington. Delaware, at which time
'a* 11 bonds will be ready for delivery
WILLIAV P WHITH
Chairman Finance Committee.
«ssrft-.
>rOTICK—THE SHIELD OF HONOR
will give a benefit performance at the
^Unee
NOTICES
Enjoying Good Opening Season.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., March 11.—
The Hotel Ponce de Leon and. Annex,
Virginia avenue and Beach. Is enjoying
a prosperous spring season. The house
has been thoroughly refurnished
throughout since last year «und pro
sents an Inviting homelike appearance
to the Incoming guest.
The hotel has all modern appoint
ments, such as hot and cold sea water
baths, long distance telephones eTeva
tor, steam heat, etc.
A feature of this hotel Is the table.
which receives the personal supervision
of the proprietor. Alfred B. Grind
rod. who was manager for the former
proprietor S. C. Sweeney, for eighteen
years.
^^94i* 64 Lachlan, for thirty yeare
cutter with the late George H. Aeh, will
open an establishment of His own at
No. 207 West Ninth straat. H* i. now
in New York detouring th« styl« cen
ter. m search of the latest in suit
making.*
Mr. Action in Charge.
Joseph Acton, a well-known cutter of
merchant tailoring, will have charge
of the tailoring parlor connected with
the new clothing house of Jojm J. Oll
brlde, at 309 Market street, on the sec
ond floor.
THE TRIE TEST
Tried in Wilmington, It Hoe Stood the
Toot.
The hardest test la the teat of time
and Doan's Kidney Pills have stood it
well In Wilmington,
can hardly aak for stronger proof than
the following:
Mro. Mary Crurallah, 41» Weil Third
street, Wilmington. Del., says: 'T suf
ferod from pains In my back for
many years.
Kidney sufferers
a great
m Ä ICTC
would go piercing through my back and
up to the top of my head,
remedies, consulted doctors but obtained
no permanent relief.
I tried many
A' u i n
irianat. run. _, , n '
Kidney Pills were brought te my atten-;
tien and I procured a bo* at DanforUt's
Pharmacy. In a short time I »os
ougiy cured. I heartily recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills." (From statement given
1897.)
CURED TO STAY CURED.
On April 27, 1907, Mrk. Crumlteh confirm
ed the above statement by saying: 'The
cure I obtained through tha use of Doan's
Kidney Pills several years ago has re
mained permanent and satisfactory tn
every way."
For sale by all dealer* Price 60 cents.
Foster-Mtlburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
•ole agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan'»—and take
ne ether.
Ads Received Too Late
For Classification Will Be
Found Oïl PaÖC Two
*
I* "" —————— =- asmsm -*
HELP WANTED _ FEMALE.
-. - - r
VL T ANTED-WHITE WOMAN FOR
•flîr? „, ol d" w „ olrk - flv * *" t* 1 « fA f n, i y '
c * u •» ^ W. 3rd St. mll-tf
ANTED—BOT TO LEARN
painting. Apply John
Green Hill on Kennet! Pike.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
HOUSE

Kenney,
ANTED—REPRESENTATIVES OF
. - . . . ,
good address who can furnish rof
arences. for our Thrift Department. Fu
turs advancement sure tor men who are
xiii . — c
willing to woik. Kxpenence not nec »»ary.
Here Is a chance for young men who are
n i * .. i
ANTED—WAITER FOR NIGHT
work, white. Holt. 5 K 4th Bl.
w
ml0-8t
w
waiting tor the shop to start to get busy.
Call 8 to 9 a. m. B to 6 p. m. NATIONAL
TRUST. REAL ESTATE AND CON
ST RUCTION COMPANY. 1026 Market
m5-6t
St.. Wilmington, Del.
11/ANTED—FOR THE U. H. MARINE
»» Corps; men between ages 21 and 25.
An opportunity to see the world. For lull
information apply In person or by lottvr
to U. 8. Marins Corps Recruiting Office,
Postoffice Building. Wilmington, Del.
m4-22t
— ,.,J5 __ ...
A GENTS WANTED TO SELL FLAM
tn * c, » ar Hghtere, with protected
wires, en commission. the best selling
novelty In years; 50 to 100 per cent profit.
sample 60 centa Address Merritt A Co.,
1026 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia.
mil «
WANTED FOR TT S ARMY—Able
bodied unmarried men bel»«" ages of
j g jo citiz(*na of*United Bta»««» of
good ^character^ ÏZd wrll. MNlL
who can speak, read snd write English,
Men wanted now for service In Cuba at d
th * Phil.pplnes, For Information eppiy
to Recruiting Officer. 106 N. 13th St„ 13«
N. 8th SI., 1034 Columbia Ave.. PhlladeJ
phia. Pa ; No 7 N 3d St , Camden. N.
1 J.; Cor. Broad and Front Bis, Trenton,
N. J.; Cor; 4th and Market Sts. Wllmjn«
ton, Del.; *19 Penn St., Reading. Pa;
Mountain City Bldg., Potlsvtlle. Pa
H-6m _
ln clerical work, wants position In nny
line. Sober and willing to do hard work.
Will furnish references. Address Clerk,
Evening Journal Office. ml0-€t
farm to carry on near the city. Address
Jo ,, Dh Pritchard Marvdel Md m9-Ct
JO, *Ph r _.
v-rirn — HIGH-GRADE UPRIGHT
W Ä n«2t 5 In flüf-olïss Sondl
'* on and **'• fi artlc " lar * . Ad '
dress C. A. H., this oinoe.
. __ , wnr a
\V AI "T. E P. T S RENT I" A ACI ?, ®
_ for «, c * r ^* n x Artdr *îî,» , îl *
Chestertown, Maryl and, ml0-4t
I WANTED-L. C. SMITH "EVERY
1 THING IN SIGHT" typewriters are buni
ness builders Machines rented.
CHAS. O. GUTER. Court Stenographer,
"Phone, US*,
wiNTCD-FURNlTURfi—Your entire
househ^* also office furniture, antiques"
if have furniture In storage I will
SITUATIONS WANTED.
W ELL EXPERIENCED FARMER,
» » with two grown sons wants a good
■tlf ANTED—YOUNG MAN, AGED 21
vv years, with seven years' experience
WANTED
in'* .a
826 Market St.
FÜRS! FUR81 FURS!
AU kinds of Hides and Fur» bought
Highest prices paid tor Mink and Fox
skins.
C. 8. HURL-CK,
Seventh and Poplar Sts.
if you have
buv and pay you cosh, more than any
deal»?; estimates gl"n free; all tran^
actions confidentiel, don't sell until you
my cash offer, no matter how large
the emnunt Plano and two safes for »ale.
Write or 'Phone. D. and A Phone «748:
^tomatlc. rt3 ^
JgaSSuewvMe
»-ir
198 Market St
WANTED—Goon second band avat
coats. Hurlock. Seventh and Peplxr 81«,
nl8-tf
ROOMS FOR RENT.
_

C
F
! Phone and bath. 606 King St.
,
T7 OR RENT- NEATT.T FURNISHED
* room,, ,or houMkeep n * 3,1 E
r "
OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS ON
Second and Third floor» U24 King
tl5-lm
F
St.
OR RENT—FURNISHED APART
MENT for housekeeping
Use of
m9-2t
17 OR RENT-APARTMENTS. MODERN
F improvements 804 W 7th 3L ^^ft7-lm
ii.i im
Fifth St.
RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED
on third floor. 811 W. 8th St.
rooms
m4-eod-4t
F m OR RENT-THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms, with use of bath, no children.
Apply 1U N. Connell SL mll-Jt
GIRARD—4M. 101 and 848 Race sL. Phlla.
deiphla. Reein», B. ». *0c. Gentleman snip
m28-lg ~ 1
BOARD WANTED
XlfANTED—BY YOUNG COUPLE WITH
W child In arms, board In private fam
ily. Also two pleasant rooms furnished
or unfurnished. Address X, car* this of
fice. ml0-2t
BUSINESS CARDS.
LADIES
LADIES!
Call at our now souvenir post oarJ stove
(or your gift carda Books bought, sold
and exchanged. No. *21 Maryland Ave.,
and No. 606 Madison street. m6-lm
F ine assortment of post cards
at popular prices. W. L. ROBERTS,
8 East Seventh.
■ 7 »0« 41
'
LEWIS CHAIR CO., 606 Orange SL
D and A. Phone 2416A. Manufacturers
o' Lewis Rockers. Second-hand fur
niture, pictures, books, old china, etc,,
sold here cheaper than anywhere.
Buyers of furniture at full value te
any amount.
————
i B ï ÎS»ÏKÎR.S
fersen Sts. f28-lm
I —
WM. £. WILLIAMS CO..
° cu(e K 00 * 1 *- Spouting and
! Heating. Metal and composition roofing
Air beating and ventilating. Repair»
' ing promptly done, Phones. »»-It
thor-
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
r> RINTING-THAT'S OUK BUSINESS.
s We pay freight on mall order* What
{ • you want? Get prices. JOHN T. UUL*
,IN8 Inc.. 300 Shipley etreeL
OFFICES FOR RENT
J/' OR RENT
Offices In Ford Building, either tn suite
or singly; also desk room for a tew de
slrable persons, furnished If desired. In
cluding heat, light and Janitor seryloe
Aj^y^^ term» Roms
466 Ford Bldg
.
THURSDAY MARCH U, UN,
At Newport. Del.
Having »old my house and shop at New
SSHal Property. "consisting 1 ' of horses.
»»«on», harness, and contents of black
PUBLIC SALES
PUBLIC SALE OF
PERSONAL PROPERTY
smith and wheelwright shop.
2 good young horses, sound and kind
In all harness.
4 custom made buggies with leather
I tops, steel and rubber tiros: * custom
made runabouts, steel and rubber tlrcet
1 phaeton. 2 surreys. 1 with steel and l
w lth ru bber tires; 5 second-hand wagons.
buggies and runabouts. 2-sprlng lugger
wagon.
l!i sets of nsw harness, 2 sets second
hand harness.
Blacksmith tools of all kinds snd In
goqd condition 1600 ft. S poplar boards,
lot of hickory plank, lot of ash plank.
J™ 0 good white osk plsnk, from IV» to 4
Inches thick: 100 ft. of Inch white oak
boards, WO ft. of Inch poplar; Slngsr etw
Ing machine used In shop, 3 carr ago po'es.
of paints and varnishes. 2 sleighs,
' »table blankets. The entire outfit of both
*(,ops. Isit of sawed posts and terra ootta
pipe, also household goods and numerous
other things not mentioned. Sale at 12.
« months' credit.
JAMES H POLK.
Stidham A Son. Auo.
Kills Hicks. Clerk.
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PUBLIC SALE
at 806 WEST STREET
«
The undersigned will sell at Public Bale
on THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 190H. at »
o'clock, a m.. the furniture and carpets
of that large 14-room house. Including
parlor and chamber suites, fine parlor
mirror, cabinet, extra fine sideboard, dln
î Ing room furniture, several walnut ward
ro bes. the malor portion of which Is of
fln , q u,n, y , , n(! of the an ,j qu0 ur der. A1 0
S handsome brass fire place set. also
bedding, tshlee, chairs, rocks.»,
china end other household furnishings.
Several hundred books wilt he sold at 7
o'clock In the evening or same date.
Goods not on exhibition until 8 a. m.
the day of sale.
DELAWARE TBURT COMPANY.
_;_Agent te effect sale.
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Wm. A. Huklll, Auc.
PUBLIC SALE
Of household goods, at 10 a. m . Thurs
day, March 12. al 1409 West 8th St., con
sletlng of 2 bed room »ulte». 1 mahogany
princess dresser, 1 brass bed. 1 touch,
chairs, rockers, matting, carpets, lining
room and kitchen utensils. m9-Jt
PUBLIC SALE
Having sold my farm, will sell at pub
lic sale, without reserve, on Newport Pike,
\ mile from Stanton on Wilmington end
Stanton trolley line, on
MONDAY. MARCH 16. at 1 o'clock.
3 good work or driving horses. 3 cows,
fresh; close springers, nice heifer. 4 nice
»boats, Bn paire white Wyandotte hens. 4
Plymouth Rock roosters, farm wa'-on. "0
barrel truck wagon. 12 barrel wagon,
family carriage, nearly new; buggy, horse
^ùîtivato^TTiceV ° shî.Te**»'" - h'oet
chains, good disc harrow, horserake,
mowing machine, grindstone, wheelbar
row. elede, seed drills, wheel hoes, lot of
trucking tools, 55« hotbed sash, 80 bnxesfix*
glass, soon feet boards, hay and straw by
ton. fodder by hundls. corn by bushel,
barb and chicken wire, 2 double seta stage
harness, set heavy dearborn harness.
sets driving harness, buffalo robe, nearly
new: lap robes, horse blankets. Hasel
heater stove, parlor stove. Cvpress Incu
bator and brooder Btrtler tub, churn, lot
of sundries. Sale positiva.
Terms; All su me of 125 or undsr, cash
over that amount 8 months' credit will be
given wdth bankable note and approved
endorser. 4 per cent off for cash.
„ S M YBAR8LBT.
Stidham and Son, Auo.
Ellis P Hicks, Clerk.
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PUBLIC SALE
Will be sold at Bear Station, Delaware
railroad, on
MONDAY. MARCH 16, 1908. at 10 a. m..
The following described Personal Prop
erty, to wit. 36 head of home-raised, sound
horses, colts and mules. 2« are first-class
workers and drivers; 3 pair of mules, good
workers, the balance are 2 and 8 year old
colts. Red Cedar and Paxotc stock.
Twenty-five head of cowe, heifers and
stock bulls, Guernsey, Holstein and Dur
ham. This Is ons of the best lot of horses
1 ever offered to the public. Any one In
need of horses, colts, mules and cattle,
can get suited, as they are well-bred ones,
with good prospects, sound and right In
every way. Several are good family or
market wagon horees. also No. 1 drivers
and workers. The weU bred oolts promise
to go fast If trained: 5 of them sired by
Paxote. he by Whips, 2.1714; flrsl dam
Sally Benten and General Benton 1;«$.
dam Starlight, 215V: 1 bay filly, dam Lord
Russel by Hsppy Ruesel. 2,1714.
years old. All have been used
and single harness.
Lot of Hogs and Turkeys
P. 3.—The above stock will he sold with
out reserve and guaranteed as represented
on day of sale or money refunded
Terms of Bale—All sums of 830 and un
der. cash: all sums over that amount a
credit of six months will he given the
purchaser giving a bankable note with ap
proved endorser Interest ad "ed Two per
cash Wl " b * allowe<1 on credlt «alee for
W. 8 BURRIS.
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coming
double
In
Georg» B Davie. Auc.
R. T. Cann. Clerk.
LIST OF PUBLIC SALES
March 11—Public Bals of Horses, Car
riages, Harness, etc., 1 o'clock p. m.,
Wm. 8. Tanguy's Stables, Tsnth
and Tatnall Street*.
March 11—Furniture and Carpets, 704
Adams Street, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
March 12.—James H, Polk, at Newport,
Del., Buggies, Harness, etc. Black
smith Tools and Lumbar,
March 12—Sale of Wagon and Harness,
etc., for James Polk at Newport,
at 12 o'clock, p. m.
March 13—Public Sale of Personal
Property, Friday March 13, 1908.
J. C. Singlet, Christiana, Del.
March 13—Good Furniture and 500
yards of Extra Fine Carpets, at
Stidham & Son's Auction Rooms,
11 East Fourth street, at 1 o'clock,
"Watch this paper for ad of
p. m.
tales."
March 13—Bernard Dougherty, Per
sonal Property, road from Ashland
to Walling Green.
March IS—Sale of Stock end Imple
ments of Sterling Yoarsloya, near
Stanton, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
March 14—Executrix Sale of Real
Estate at Court House, at 10 o'clock
a. m.
March 16.—At 10 o'clock, W. 8. Burris,
Bear Station, Del. Sale of Hortes
and Cattle.
March 17—Farm Utonaila and Stock at
the Guthrie Farm, tenanted by
Elisabeth Mitchell, on Limestone
Road at Guthrie's Corner.
Maroh 17—Stock and Implements for
William H. McCarns, on Rogers'
Farm near New Castle Batin, New
Castle Hundred, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
March 18—Derickson A Gregg, Second
street between Broome end Rodney.
Horses, Carriage and Harness.
March 19—George Rue, near Folly
Woods. Sale of Stock and Farm
Implements at 1 o'clock.
March 20—Stock and Implémenta for
Charles H. Collins on "Williamson
Place," Philadelphia Pika, 1-2 mile
from top of Penny Hill, at 1 o'clock
p. in.
Maroh 23 and 24—Sale of Furniture
and Carpet« at the "Gables," Dela
ware avenue and Tatnall street, at
9 o'clock each day.
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better than to merely SPEND
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every few days in answering
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REALTY
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
$1400
will purchase a 2-story brick
dwelling on the West Bide. Has I
rooms, bam and shed kilo eu.
porch and sewered. Now rent
ing for I14.0U. Make an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
$2300
will purohsss a 2-story brick
dwelling. Has 1 rooms, bath and
sewered.
Make an offer
HAWKINS A CO.
tOAftrt will purchase a desirable dwe'I
trig on Die Lust Buis. Has «
rooms and bath, poroh, h>a er
and sewered. Lot 15x110 ft Make
an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
NllI purchase a 8-story brick
9C.UUU dwelling Has 7 rooms, ba h,
healer and sewsred. Make an
offer.
HAWKINS A ea
Si? ROH will pttrohBss either one of two
properties on ths West Side
A 11 s vs 7 rooms snd bath, porch,
heater, sewered. Inside and out
side closet. Maks an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
wl " purchase a l-»tory brick
<p\Jv>uu dwelling on the West Hide. Hus
2 rooms, bath, porch, neater and
•swsrsd. Maks us an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
$1ROO wl " Purchase a 2-stery brick
PvJOuu dwelling on West Side Has 8
rooms, bath, porch, healer, sew
ered. eta Lot 22x100 ft. Mak-i us
an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
l^nn w *" Purchase a brick dwelling
qr 'vvu stabl(| on vvest Side. Has 10
rooms, all modern conveniences.
Lot W ft. 6 In.xlM ft. Meks
an offer.
us
HAWKINS A CO.
$4700 W,M purchase either No. 6 B.
14th BL. or No. I K I4th St.
Hev» 9 rooms and hath. 2
porche», heater and .»we'd
New propert'ss with all modern
conveniences. One square from
Brandywine Park entrance.
Make us an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
4
2
$4800 w,n Purchase a desirable dwell.
* ing on West Side, Has 9 rooms
and bath, porch, heater and
eewered. Lot 28xino ft. Fac
ing 8th 8t. Park Make an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
$5000 N ,n „purchase a very deslrab'e
w yvu dwelling on West Side, (n-w)
Has 9 rooms and hath, porch,
heater, sewered, all conveni
ences. Make us an offer,
HAWKINS A CO.
$5000 T 1 ". purchase a very desirable
^ dwelling on West Bids. Hag
10 rooms, bath, porch, heslsr,
sewered, and laundry, lot 23x1 is
tV .Terms to suit purchaser.
Make us an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
$5000 T 1 ", pu These a grocery store.
f »'r;*. dwelling and dairy on East
Side Grocery store doing a nice
business, dairy la ons of ths
largest In the city. Above pries
Includes all the stock of ths
•tor« and complet«
ff lh# Aâlnr^JÜI
mplete equipment
_ — - —j. Including 5 horses,
t wggtms, separator, toe boxes,
etc. A decided bargain.
HAWKINS A CO.
$5300 w111 P? r ®htW the very desirable
* new dwelling, centrally located.
Has 9 rooms and bath, 2 not
ches, heater and sewered. Only
one square from entrance
Brandywine Park. Make us an
effer.
. _
$5500
i
a
_____
$8000
HAWKINS A CO.
purchase the large dwelling
West Bids. Has 12 rooms,
bath, porch, heater, sewered,
etc, Renting for 145.00. Make
an offer.
Will
h
US
HAWKINS A CO.
$5500 w,n PUThase the yery desirable
^ corner property, centrally lo
cated. Has 9 rooms and bath,
2 porches, heater, sewered, all
modern conveniences. Only one
square to entrance of Brandy
wine Park. Make us an offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
S
$5fi50 wl " Purchase ths very
vPGUGU dwelling on West Bid«
rooms and bath, front and back
porch, slsam heat, sewered. Lot
24 x 80 ft. Only nne square from
Cool Spring Park. Make us an
offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
desirable
e. Has 12
will purchase the store (now
occupied as a grocer" »turet.
dwell"* end rabl" on We-t81do.
Dwelling be* » room« a"d "atb,
hre'rr and aewered Ix>t 22x100
ft. Make ua go offer
HAWKINS A CO.
$9000
will purchase the S stores and
dwelling
very aood proper!" for Invest
ment. Make us a
East Side. A
offer.
HAWKINS A CO.
none of the above proper' les
meet with your requirement*,
we will be pleaeed to «end vnu
a list of very derivable proper
ties In the derived locality and
at about your price.
IF
Hawkins & Co.,
712 Market Street.
J~)\VELLINGS
Washington, near 12th. 10 r. b. porch $5.(C0
Market, near 23d. 8 r, b, porch.4.500
Van Buren, near 8th, 10 r, b porch.
Rodney, near 3rd. 8 r. b, porch ...
Fifth, near Franklin. 8 r. b,
Clayton, near Lancaster ave..
Tavlor and Wilson, 6 r .
West Liberty, 8 ..
t
8 . 1 '
rch.. 3.7(0
. b. p 2.4(0
.L200
.. 600
R. C. LUPTON & CO.,
NO 1 W. EIGHTH ST
pOR SALE
Five 2V4-«tory houses, 2*vd and Mmroe
streets. 8 rooms, bath, pantry, large store
room, cemented cellar, hot air heater,
front and back porches and bay window».
Prices right and terms reasonable, apply
to w. G. Bryan and 8. H. Baynird. Jr.,
Fifth and Market 8u. f24-eod-tf
pOR SALE
Eighteen houses built by Chas B. Ander
son and Bona builders, only one left at
214 W. 14th street, opposite Bishopatead.
Title house has eleven rooms, bath and
pantry with all modern Improvements,
also hot water heating. Guaranteed. Cen
trally located. Apply to CHARLES B.
ANDERSON A SONS. No. * Blast 13th St.
Both phonsa m °~I w
ddfin CASH-BALANCE ON EASY
ÿOVU TERMS. Will buy a desirable
moderate sized dwelling with front porch,
large lot. located in the new resident sec
tion over Washington St. Bridge. Has 8
rooms, bath, heater, cemented cellar,
tastefully papered throughout. Posses
sion In 90 days. Balance may remain on
mortgage If desired. ...
If you want to reduce your monthly
rental, here Is your opportunity. A bar
gain. Act promptly. _
HAWKINS A CO..
m5-t,t.s-tf 7H Market 3».
WOR SALE-NEW HOUSES, 24TH AND
" Washington St.. 8 rooms, bath, pan
open fire place, electric light* porches
all conveniences, term* to suit. Apply
WM. K. JONES,
try. o
For SALE
2 story dwelling, 52» Clayton St., new
house.
Small Farm. 10 acres. I 1-» miles from
ctly on Lancaster Pike.
These properties can be bought at a
low price.
Apply
WILMINGTON TRUST CO ,
Tenth and Market Sts.
FOR SALE
New 6 and 7 room home», 24th
and Tatnall Streets. All modern
improvements
C. H. TINDALL & SON,
1811 Washington Street
N. E Cor. 5th and Shipley St*.
pOR SALE
GOOD INVESTMENT.
2 houses on West Bids, good oondltl
Renting for 141.00 psr month. Will
84300.
»
sell
CHARLES O. KURTK
mil Market St,
(Opposite Court Reuse.)
f20-tf
BARGAIN
We have a new house, 8 rooms end both
must be sold this week. Any reasonable
offer will be accepted. For full particular«
Inquire at tha office of
WESTON A ANDERSON,
200 Church Bid«.
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pOR SALE
405 E. Eighth Street it • bargain
if aold before March 25.
TURNER & PARK.
107 W. 9th Street.
8321
$500
CASH— BALANCE
EASY TERMS,
ON
buys a
two-story brick dwelling with front
porch, terrace, large lot, in the
residence section
new
over Washington
street bridge. Has seven rooms, recep
tion hall, bath, water closet heater,
cemented cellar, large closet room. In
good condition.
Balance may be paid In s»ml-nnnu*L
quarterly or monthly Installments U de
sired. Would suit a moderate elsed
family.
HAWKIN« * COMPANY,
m7-w»-tf 718 Merkst SL
REAL ESTATE POR RENT.
For Rent
DWELL»
G Rooms
1616 West street . . 18
906 Madison strset {a
828 Jefferson street 1$
217 West street .
S02 W. 8th street
1*12 W. 4th street
833 Jefferson street ..
202 West street
114'I Lincoln street ...
805 W. Ninth street .
101« W. Third street
809 Clayton street ...
Shallcross Ave.,.,
-W. Fourth street .
1825 Shallcross avenue ,
619 Harrison street .
20914 Jefferson »treat...
FLATS.
220 French St.. 2nd floor.... I
220 French 8t„ 4th floor.... t
„ _ STORES.
S E. Cor. 7th and Jefferson Bte...._ UM
220 French BL, Ird floor .... | jgm
720 Windsor BL, shop, stable
.......
806 W. Ith BL, bakery or ether per
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Chas. W. Gooding,
Eighth and Jefferson Streets.
pOR RENT-COAL YARD
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
817 LANCASTER AVE,
Old Established Retail Stand.
Possession March 28th.
GIBBONS & MOORE,
5th and Shipley Sts.
pOR RENT
Market St Apartments,
6 r and b. $25.00
1020 Gilpin ave., 10 r & b, porch, 836.00
1311 W. 9th st., 7 r & b, porch, $20.00
1302 W. 6th st.. 9 r Si b. porch, 826.00
629 Clayton st.. 6 r & b. porch. 826.00
1216 French st., I r 4 b,...
614 W. 9th st., 6 r & b ...
127 & 131 duPont sL, 6 r A b
303 & 211 Stroud sL, 6 r & b.
1 S. Adams st., I r 4 b.
1030 B st., 6 r A b.
823 Locust st., 6 r A b.
S. W. cor Sd A Shipley sts., (Turkish
. .860.0#
..*18.00
...822 00
.V. 815.00
...812 00
...81200
...812 00
...810 00
...81000
Baths) .
411 B. Fourth st., store
Apply to
HENRY HOOPES.
919 Market St
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pOR RENT
620 Jefferson SL, 8 rooms and bath.
217 West SL. 12 rooms and bath.
602-606 W. 20th SL, 12 rooms and bath.
413 S. Broome SL, 9 rooms and bath.
1817 and 1829 W. 4th SL, 7 rooms and batik
1718 Hancock St., 7 rooms and bath.
1616-1716 Lancaster Ave., 7 rooms and bath
1.319 Linden St., 6 rooms and bath.
1416 and 1422 duPont St., 6 rooms and bath.
Poplar SL, 6 rooms and bath.
3 country residences.
Blacksmith shop In country town.
Stores 706 and 825 Market SL
Store and boues 1101 A SL
O. O. GOODEN 824)4 Market Street
U14
POR RENT
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
1003 Clayton SL, 8 re. and bath, poroh.
10 So. duPont. I re., and bath, porch.
2817 W. 2d SL, 8 ra and bath, porch.
302 Gray Ave., 7 rooms and po
1519 Rodney SL. 7 ra and bath, porch.
1614 W. 14th St., 10 rooms and porsb.
Del A va- and Clayton SL, T ra, pore«
and hsatar.
Call at office for March list.
A. B. 8TAYTON, 707 «hlpley Street

ich
pOR RENT-STABLE IN GOOD CON
•u dltlon for four horees and two car
riages, on 12th St., near Markst. Address,
,i>..c. this office
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better than te merely SPEND
H. A little of it INVESTED
every few deys In answering
want ado. will eftaa lead te
dividends lac Ute«

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