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WARNER LINE
Quickest Delivery and Lowest Rates
between
Wilninctoi. Philadelpliia,
New York 2 nd ßoslon.
Rail connection and through rates to i
all Interior points. Steamer« sail dally,
except Sunday, nt rt p. m. from Pier 9. 1
Walnut St., Philineiphla, and foot of I
Market Sf,, WHmlfiston.
freight received for all point», given!
r«»~«ornl attention and forw£led
promptly at lowest* rate» and by beat
lotîtes
PoaV» leave both Wilmington and Phil
«rtfIphla at 6 00 p. m. dally. Sunday ex- 1
cep ed
Through rnt«» and bills of lading la- !
BUSH LINE
surd.
, GEORGE W. BUSH * SONS CO..
I'ler E. North Wharves, Philadelphia.
Frrm-li Street Wharf. Wilmington.
WILSON UNL to 1'liIL/y
PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT.
Xyflavo Fourth 8 t. Wharf, V/llmlngton,
7.80 A. M.. and i.20 P. M.
Leave Chestnut St. Wharf, Flilladel
phlo. 10.30 A. M . and 4.15 P. M.
71
Go South By Sea
ü
Merchants a^td Minors Trans. Co.
Steamers Philadelphia to fiavannah.
A most delightful routo to Georgia,
all Southern
Florida, Alabama and
points.
Low Faros and Excellent Service.
Through tickets on sale from Wil
mington, Del. Call on nearest Ticket
Agent, or for booklet address City
Ticket Office, 105 S. Ninth St., Piill
Bdelphla, Pa.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
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Lloyd
Urge, Fast and LtixurlouaTwIo-Smw
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Equipped wilt Wlreltaa acd SabmaOae Signal»
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and
Up
First Class-Including Berth and Meals
The Most Delightful Resort In the World.
Ideal Climate All Year.
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thc magnificent nineteen knot twin-screw
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ireless,, tlx, fastest and most
Sails
océan flyer
]>ed with w
comfortable »teamer to Bermuda.
eve ry Thursday at 11 \A. M.
CAREFULLY NOTE THESE FACTS:
SS. "PRINCE GEORGE." Strictly first-I
class passenger and mail steamer. Car
ries no tattle or offensive freight. TUB
FASTEST. STEADIEST AN
COMFORTABLE STEAMER TO BER
MUDA. Handsome booklet and full par
tlculara of
THE BERMUDA-ATLANTIC S. 8. CO.
MOST
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ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
CONTINENTAL
Tennessee Ave., near Beach, Cath
olic and Protestant churches. New
throughout. Private baths,
beds.
Kflcvator to street level,
weekly. Si.Ro to $3 daily.
MARCARCT WALSH DUNCAN.
Metal
Superior table; white service,
88 to $15
TTOTEL TRAYMORE
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Open throughout the year.
Famous at. the hotel for the comforts
of home.
KEHVTEU COMPANY,
C. O. MARQUETTE!
Manager.
TRAYMO
D. S. WHITE.
President
HOTEL BOTHWELl
Virginia Arc., Second House from
Boardwalk. Open all year. Overlook
ing the Steel Pier. Private Baths. J.
A N. R. Bothwell.
pÖNC« DE LEON
Vlrglnla Ave. nnd Beach.
European plan $1.00 day up
American plan $2.00 day up.
Elevator from street.
ALFRED B. GRIN DROP
MEDICAL.
ProfTOI TMllL 535 North
ClvftU rhllaHrlpUg. fa. "fla P« a t«rhrr
OUin Ola 4r »$." 0*1$ Vrais St. eUlM.
Tk« CEB* AN TREAT MINT ihe o..fy * U re«.ieed
eur» *or IpcclfW BM PoUt« «'Vara
All PrWile Dlseaara. F.imiit, W«kNMM. B»r»a«»
»»♦him,. ( Ml Manhofid. T>rali»v t •#»»*. TftrO O—9 U*BtrlfTBrO.
•t «o
(bo rutting *»<tBp r A »Inddpr. »«•*»» Bhr«»!#» Or«» «a. <»
C r» »rftrtlral ft • »rar« h»»9il»l mb*Hmn U fenmenj.
<J far B«»k, (»lia all. »«poilne Hty ft f»n«tr^ »draK.»t«n
auu U-Mtauh (XII w writ.
R I CORDS VITAL
RESTORATIVE .
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Restores Man's Vitality.
Price $1. At all drugglsta. Alwaya
hand at Millar Drug Ca.'a. <0»
Market 8t., Wilmington, Del. fdail
Ordere «Visited.
on
H AI R B aÙVÀm
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Cleans« mn«i bn utifiei th« hftlr.
rrernotaE ft laxurianl gfowth.
I\0»er Fan■ to Bemtorv Or»y
Hair to U« Youthful Color,
Curas « » r di*i'»*«'8 ft hair U.hug.
at DrvuyigU
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SOLD BY MOOGtSTS LVti;YW;;ERE
Etad THE EVENING JOURNAL.
LIST OF PUBLIC SALES.
^rTT8^«Tponid~8;^^
Implements for Howard Wilton at
Granogue. Del., at 11 o'clock, a. m.
by Stidhsm &. San, Auctioneers.
March 9.—Household Goods, SIS W.»t
Second St., at 9 a. m. W. A. Huklll.
Auctioneer.
March 9.—J.rne. Kannagon, Mt. Cuba,
„ S>le of Farming Imprements.
March 11-Stock and farming impl.
Concord Pike. n.ar
near
ment» on
Sharptey School, Brandywine, Hd.,
w pnii rtr l
M 1* 4i e »* r 01 i . -.
iviarcn 11 .—~5aie of Stock and Farming
Implement» for John Taggart, near
Nftwnnrt af 1 oVleek n m ku
x q«« a '* y
.. Stidham & Son. Auctioneer».
^« pc h 11. — Personal Property of Phil
ena W. Fell at 507 West Third St
, t 9 o'clock, a m bv Stidham A
Ô1-, a*.. -'/ ' Y ouanam *
Son, Auctioneers.
March 12. —Public Salo of Horses on
Job" F. O'Neal's farm. Mt. Cuba.
Del.
March 1C.—(Special Sale of Good Fur
-, . . î ..
niture. Carpota, large and small
Ruas, Bedding and Linens, at Stid
ham & Son's Auction Store, 111 E.
F rt ..^u Qi cf 1 Ä vu r L «
Fo.irth St., at 1 o clock, p. m. sharp,
"Watch this paper for ad of sale.**
March 18.—Sale of Stock and Fanning
Implements. O. C. Magargle, near
Brandywine Springs.
March 15.—Mrs. Brlnghurst's House
hold Goods, also Stock and Imple
ments at Ashley, opposite Richard
son Park, at 10 a. m. W. A. Hukill,
Auctioneer.
March 17-Sale of Stock and F.rmln,
Implement» and Household Goodt
for Clarence Kilvmqton, near Gor
don Helaht» at 1 o'clock o. m.. bv
a.. .. jr c_ - A ^
Stidham & Son, Auctioneers.
March 19.—Sale of Furniture nt 507
West Seventh street, for Sarah J.
Mode, at 1 o'clock, p. m., by Stid
ham & son. Auctioneers.
.... . . .
Operating officials of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad are expected to hold
their eeml-annual meeting thla month
XiSrTrs^ssaS^y&i»^
G-ticr.i «w, w. w.
will preside and a long list of questiona
wlll coi .,0 up for iliecuaaion. Com
niittoea appointed nt the last meeting,..
"V,T K HmTee , of operation
will read their reports und other com
mltteea will be appolrted to devise
uniform methods of operation.
March 16.—Furniture and Household
Goods, Horses and Carriages for
Mary V. Hart at 610 French St.,
at 10 o'clock, a. m., by Stidham
& Son, Auctioneers.
March 16—Sale of Horses. Mules, Colts
and Cattle at Bear Station, at 9
o'clock, a. m. W. S. Burris.
March 23.—Furniture at 1006 Adams
St., at 1 o'clock, p. m„ by Stidham
& Son, Auctioneers.
Operating Officials to Meet.
TheDoctor's
First Question
Are you Insured? Have you the
protection offered by Ihe Quaker
City Relief Association
aickneas or accident?
monthly plan. Make application to
day, stating age and present occu
pation. Send in 'this coupon, It is
worth money to you.
against
Sold on a
Address 703-4-5
Ford Bldg., Wilmington, Del.
FINANCIAL.
FINANCIAL.
SELECTION
Selecting a Strong Bank as the depositary for your
funds is an important matter and on; which you can settle
wiselv by opening an account with the Union National Bank.
Checking Accounts are invited.
2 Per Cent, per annum allowed on all deposits.
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UNION NATIONAL BANK
Wilmington, Del.
Capital $203,175
Surplus and Profits $526,000
.et.
Security Trusts
Safe DepositCo.
S. W. Cor rtlh & Mrrhf I Streets
ABSOLUTE! Y SAFE.
Better feel that your Jewels,
Bonds, Wills and other valu
ables are absolutely safe by
placing them in our Safe De
posit Vaults. Yon hear al
most daily of homes being
burglarized and valuable*
stolen, but. yon have never
heard of a loss when Valuables
kept in onr Sale Deposit
are
Vaults.
DIKECT9IS :
Benjamin Melds. Vpllisra J. McClary.
\\m. T. Bsacroll, Ssmuel G. Slauaaat,
■enry F. Dare, James B. Clarksoa,
J. B Chandler. JoiaS Rossell.
L. Sc»« Tow jsead.
dlnhalL
Bf
J. Davis Sisler.
Chas. B. Evans, John M. Men
Br. Willard Springer.
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WILMINGTON TRUST
COMPANY,
Tenth and Market Street«.
We write Wills free of charge.
We keep Wills free of charge.
We act as your Sxecutor when
desired.
T. C. duPont. President.
Henry P. Scott, Vice-President.
Pierre S. duPont. Vice-President.
S. D. Townsend. Vice-President.
Harlan Q. Scott. Sccre.ary.
Charles C. Kurts, TrcsAirer.
V.gn. Bush, Asst. Se^rciarj-.
LEGAL NOTICES
pBjTtri-T.-.vf r~î1>~îî£T^W.N~«^ÏÏ
j^RsFP VnIT'mooRK vTÎm"
p.\xv - - * * '
THIS IS TO CERTIFY Thai, pursuant
10 'hi- voir of rt.wkhoh'en« representing
„"'2k !>f" T »V F jV'RRI' p '\vn mdRrf
PAPER COMPAN1 a < der
laws of the Stale of ' ' j.' k J7J
held oTThe LîLte^mhTbiv mM^tawv
v d V£ TTnXndnlne 5 l*.d?M anti
nine tUH»,. after hue nolb-e or Ihe pro
held f»u the Seventeenth day of February.
L>. \mr> thoueHtifl nine hiimlnxl and
nine tlOCi), after due iiotb-e nf the pro ,
or mentioned had
hires» of curb Htock
dn>» before said
detueane harcfnaft
been mailed to the .nldr«
holder more than twenty ....j»k...
meeting was held for the purpose of rr
during the capital stock «*f the t'ontpmiy.
nurauant to the written eonaent of
• tockholdep» repre^ntlna more than tm».
thirds of ^4! the «a pi lu I nlovl; «»i i>|
•'nmpjiiiy. ^he •Mpltaf »lock of the >nld
r °mpiiny ha» been reduced by retiring
•h"' , «n<i 'bHrcH ,.r H.< nrcfri rr.l
>'<";k of ih- .aid romnany. «■wi.-.l b> Ihr
said t omjmny. tljareby <
"""mu' of nreferred sio.-k of said fom
%% vahm ^f ' U ""
hundred dollars each to Twenty-five him-1
"t '£• '{»•' L ' J'IrW'ÎJ. '
oren DolUr» e»rh.«lt tb« debt» of the# om
pan, which are not otherwise fully -r
loured having hern paid .j, discharged bo
fo , T ,* I
W 1 TNKSS the bnnd» and »cnl» »>f th»
president and m majority of the Dlrce I
t..rs of »aid rompany. this 24lh day nf |
February. A. I». nineteen hundred and
ulna (191*.)

Ir.rravln,- tho
W. II. Sharp.
i S*'al )
Signed and
»»»1a<1 In
pr*a»nce nf
J. Fred
Do Hart,
rr»»ld«nt
Eugene \V. Fry,
.Brail
Director.
tHeal)
(Brail
E. T. Stolosbnry.
Director.
Kdw. L. Welsh.
Director.
Adam Lindsay.
(Heal
'itV and County of Philadelphia.
BE IT REMEMBERED. Thai on (his
25th da> c>f February. A. It. l*ff>. person
ally earns before me J Fred De Hart. ..
Notary Pnh lc for the County and Stale
Hfor*»»ald. William H Sharp. Preatdrnt
of THE JEHHI P AND MOORE PAPER
COMPANY, and Edward T Htotesbnrv,
Kjj;-" 1 , I
« onslûiiilng 1 h 1 majoHtv^ ih#*rn.?f. i
iignVra of thè R forog™g WtlfÆgtt*.
known lo mo personally to hr »u« b. mul :
severely ackiiowledgo«! tbo forogolng
nn d dooil reapoctlvfly and that tbo fart»
^I'of office |
the day and venr aforo?»abl
' J. -J^JUrt.
AnHi"if ÎR'r* I
8ta*e of Delaware
T ÄT o 'Tus.mgs ' ^Hecretarv of
State of ihe Btnte of Delaware,
hereby eerllfy that the above and fore
going Is a true and correct ropy of Or
!^"''Sthb »JKSSCp" AN^ MOORE 8 p5d
have hereunto *ot mv hand and
official seal.at'Dover, this twenty
(gEAD yeaV'ol *,
8 ' nln o hundred and nine" '
v DANIEL O. HASTINGS.
, _ , Secretary of State,
Jw^cn-ntc g R
Recorded In the Office for the
Recording of Deeds. &c„ «t Wll
mlngton. In and for Ihe County
aforesaid.Infer,Iflrale oflncorpo
ration Record B. Volume 3, Page
(SEAL, 23S, &c.. the First day of March
A. D. 1905.
Witness my hand and the Real
of said Office the day and year
last aforesaid.
Id rector.
State of Pennsylvania,
ss
• J. Fred De Mart. ♦ Comm'«
• Notary Public •
• Philadelphia. Pu. •
H. II. BI LI, A NY.
Recorder.
m6-13-20.
REMOVAL.
1 -
GEO. W. QUINN. M. D..
has moved his Institute of Osteo
pathy to the DuPont B!dg. Hours
9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Saturday 9 to
12, Evenings by apnnintment.
January l&th, tf.
"
Stocks, Bonder
** •
UlPtl flninp _
KluH'UnNllE IRwEb f MENTS
_, . _ in.aaiBi.nig,
Direct rTTWgSfl Wire*
F . . * » SeO.C «rires.
I [a p. (L s**
.il LacKeydc Co.,
Mml *S 7-ft ««*
Bankers & Brokers
8^3 Market Street.
I
a
a
S'
i]
PonifoS a a rt/wav
bapitai and Surplus $.000.000
'
t
5 . W. Cor. Ninth and Markfl SU.
IVilminglon, Diî.
Deposits
best
guaranteed by a bank's
Capital, Surplus
Management. The Cap
ital of this Company is
are
a"id
$500.000. Surplus and
Profits $(,50,000.'
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N vV. Cor. fith ù Market Sts
DIRECTORS.
E. Bringhurst, Jr. J. Wilkins Cooch
J. Smith Brennan
Jo». L. Carpenter
Otho Norland
1 John Bancroft
i Franklin Taylor
j Samuel K. Smith
Dr. James A. Draper. Jr.
Willard Suulsbury
Robert U, Wheeler
John H. Dauby
Tbojs^H. Bdllah
Victor B. Woolley
Henry B. Thompson
James F. Nields
Bonds for Investment,
Local Securities Bought
and Sold
~~ POSTPONED
PUBLIC SALE OK PERSONAL
* i'r.-i»ert> Having rented my farm
wl,t Krl1 wV.vtï.'v 0,1
»t n oVIoVk AM »harn
Sttnat.il In «•hrlMI.ni» Hundred. at Gran
!*''!1,7,',-■ 'lii. hf |nH?idl''n,'.!.V mih'h
lows and PI ' Holstein llMfers. 2 Stork
•l""' 14 " ors,M '"nil line of Farm Ma
'„"T.', ter ' e,i . Ion " " '
S |i months" credll lv
PUBLIC SALES
'->!
>25.00.
HOWARD WM-'V
m4-3t.
-r-x rpr rr oat 77
rf or\L»x^
Will be »Old at sirt West Second Sf .
m T1FSDAY. March 9th. at •» o'clock, a
in . Parlor and chamber furniture, wnl
mil »ecrefary. feather bed. tables, chair». I
rocker», inattres is. refrigerator« carpetn,
dishes. ,.;,rlor organ othrllo r.mgo No. 7. |
and main olli-r irtlr-l»,
XV. HI Kfl.l., And.
Stidham Son. Auct.
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PltlLliNA W. JA.N'NEY
m?. SI
PUBLIC'S A LK
OF HORSES
On mv farm. Mt, Cuba Del.,
ON FRiDAV. MARCH 12, 19».
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40 head of Horses of every description.!
All young and among them *.>nte fine
brood i^ires. I bave purchased (mm I'.
fias * I'oal Co., of Philadelphia, 1«
head of fine, young work chunks -the
kind for farm work
.„J. JL nmp . l "' y b,l > M no horses less than
»»■, They buy no horses without l>elng
• n '' 'hey use them no lunger U»"
an' , om l „r, l div |TV,„'J'a'r «'./'ll'ori'è
fl«. J b S' Jitf^L'hJTî
a, . M . figure. I will al»o na\»
* '"J ''. f H *d Western Horses shipped by
' « «""Hly. 'he largest Eastern ship
of large sormis':*'weight
Hnd w* f '».o lonkrr». about 12 to H
^1 pair of largo young gray
n<*r»o« several young bn, gildings and «
grays, notno young and houo<I. oth-1
J*S n • ; frotter, has g«me a mile In
^
2 Durham »lock Hull», about 7a» lb».
Jgj*
Gentlimem eome W f?? n dhîn r "r Horses
Te. 0X , 0 ;«.în 'und a ;. 1 T'do , Vt t a h .X
1 wHl entertain you any day by appoint
M all .VmèX.'sênlng' hoLea^H'mv hCsf
do|£ff" "hd mV pleasure. Come and see me
bef or e purehaaüi« llorsen guaranteed as
X7"r ?rv"d.x™Sl
on,>
< 1
Bsy ^S"~vrï,-i ,• -?«•
... . . JOHN F. O'NEAL.
Kllla Hick» . Clerk.
PUBLIC SALE
i- (> F PERSONAL PROPERTY
Tho undemlgned will aell :it her irrt
.jence. No. 610 French atreeL on TL' K8
RAY. March,16th. 1909, at 10 o'oock A. M .
Uon^'aU ln '(îne^^-oiidillôn : ""'aiûô "^ iw,.
Horses. Carriages und Harness which
w m offered 11 t II 30 A M
TERMS CASH.
m'2-8-10-15 MALV V HART
__ . _ __
ipt'BLIC HALE—THE 8PB8CRIBBR
1 will sell nt the old Richardson
homestead, known as Ashley, opposite
Richardson Park on Ihe Newport and
HMi n,< i'" t Trolley ' about onc m,le from
w iimington. on
1 .1 n '■ il A u
n^.,..s„u „„„s. cV™ ".'„„J ' „a 1
whi t. ™ k '. nd i lm V
ments. among which are .1 chamber
suites, beds, bedding, carpels, etc. In
eluding Walnut sideboard, sofa and
oliairs. extension table, writing desk, also
some line Antique pieces as follows: Ma
hogany Bookcases. Weaver Parlor Organ,
Mahogany Sof*. Rockers. Parlor Cabfne,
and Other antique articles, plcturea. china
and glassware. Alabaster vases and or
naments. refrigerator, lard press, stained
glass window, stoves, cooking utensils.
line rifles, two blrdlng guns ami a lot of
pistols, some of which are antique.
Stock ami Implements No, 1. "ARBY
a lino sorrel driving horse, suitable for
11 lady No. 2. "DAISY BELLE." a large
bay driving marc. Two Guernsey Cows._
one well-broken Billy Goal, two-seal
family carriage. Jenny Lind Carriage.
nt cc rubber tire runabout, two buggies.
three good farm wagons, bandy wagon.
Dearborn wagon. 2 rollers. 2 mowing ma
chines. Bradley corn planter, sulkey, cul
ti valors, spring tooth barrows, drag har
row. potato digger, weed er. hay truer.
ha- rake, wheal fan. corn marker, corn
sh-llcr. seed sower, plows, shovels, forks
etc 8c, line light harness. Deerborn
harness, new 2 sets stage harness, new;
'collars, bridles, saddles, fly nets. Buffalo
robe, 2 platform scales, and many other
article?*.
Conditno* of Sale—On all Hum» of
twenty-five dollar» ami under will be
cash, over that amount a credit of three
months' will be given by the purchaser.
giving a bankable note with approved
mdoreer with Interest added.
K8THGR W. BBINQHITR8T.
\V. A. 11 UK 1 LI». Amt. mrt-M0-ll-12-13-15
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OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
The Huburrtber will »ell at public »ale.
hl» »took, fanning Implement.*« and houae
hold good», on the read leading from
5 ïS 5 ^ urch to Mt ' rub "' < ' hr '"" a,,H
t)N TUESDAY. MARCH 9. 1909,
ai 1 o'clock p M «harn
4 GOOD WORK UR DRIVING HORSES.
, nu\l, MILCH COWS ■> SHOAT
PIGS DOT OF CHICKENS. I
Farming I,nplemenis-Two-1,orse w:.g
"M. marke« dearborn, wagon, no-top
isr^jr&Jss-^stz.
l ^"" r , '1 mYrk'rT'hiïîü^- T,
NALE
!P
: ,Wage ban,bRTeT
Idoohle and single Ireer,, shovels, hoe*,
forks, rakes about 2>W bushels corn, hay
by (be Ion. fodder by Ihe bundle. 6 acres
of nhea, In Ihe ground, and olher aril
tot or
lea. house
All sums of $20 or under rash.
i lrs not mentioned,
Dairy Fixtures—Three churns,
milk pans, buckets, butter
(hold and kitchen furniture.
TERMS
over that amount n credit of six months':
will be given by the purchaser giving a
'bankable note with approved endorser.
JAMES HANNIGAN.
i»tTn| to o a t
KLroLalU oALn
Will be »old at 712 Jeffernon St . on
THURSDAY. MARCH llth. at 9 o'clock
A M , Parlor nnd cl,an,her furniture,
feather beds crpets dishes. Stc
ANNA M MANCTLL.
Anet m6-«J"
■ - <
As 1 am moving lo tow n will sell my
Persona I Property on Concord Pike, be
low Talley ville. Delaware. March 11, 1999.
at 12 o'clock. M.. sharp.
20 good Mlleh Cows. I heifer. 10 horses,
2 young mules. 1 coll A full line of
Farming Machinery. Wagons and I'lcn
ells. 109 pair chickens.
Four months' credit over Î29.
HOW ARD C. POLLOCK.
m 6-8-9-10
Price Dtlworth, Auct.
Ellis Hicks. Clerk
n,8-ll
w a i n'- kill.
PUBLIC SALE
L OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
__ _
.11 . ami (j'li nr 1 » y vi>
' t Lr v AN 1 ..1)—MALE
t*
'V tween ages 19 and 35 for U, S. Ma
rlnc Corps. Must be native born or have
first paper». Excellent opportunity to
W. N. Lank. Auct.
i»ee :ho world. Good pay. Clothing, ra
tien», quarters, medical attendance (ref.
Apply at Ù. ft. MARINE COUPS HB-1
KUIT!NO STATION. Post Office Build
Ing, W ilmington, Del mi-271
4 n at *»a ~ ir'uird' fl r r7v' , fy 1 a v'Ti
A îîi,u ai„.V. R m.n
mended. « *™ü opportu".? to *l,h;r'
DEN. 0 New U castuf^l' 0 &
R A, iS. ä
start, with promotion to $l.«Co. Examina
tlon In Wilmington May 15 Particular.
free, SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL
MAIL SER1VCE, Springfield. Ohio.
(22-12E.
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Common educailnu »ufflrlent. ('»ndidateft
prepared free W rite immediately for full
-C „ FRANKLIN INSTITUTE.
°r >l ■ 111,1 . N mt-,, t
d THE tVÊMN'j JOURNAL.
F
nlvulars.
'
BUYERS' GUIDE
^ ^
Dependable Ho
° ,ir «»rman Silver kid lined IS.00 bn::
only «50. All oilier bass reduced. Come
„„ an ,, >c . them J. KUHN.
OF WILMINGTON.
Shop by Phone.
uttt.
SPECIAL
vaiacii I iiinnnu
WASH LAUNDRY,

Jeweler. 719 Market St., 2nd door.
d2-m.w.».tf
'
-'MEPTUNE WET
Office £06 W. fourth bt.
n. *. A. Ü406-A.
1>. * A. 2406-A.
HARDWARE AND Gl-ASS.
fav-lm
fM-m.w.s.-Un
j
1
Try one of Chapman'» SI flaiors
Hollow-ground, su days' trial.
Razors ground and set ready for use, Zle
Hkatca, scissors and knives ground.
13. J. CHAPMAN.
Delaware ave. und Scott aL
di m w
MILK, CREAM AND BUTTER.
B. H. RIliaWAT, 310 13. Slh B»..
Wholesale and Retail dealer In Milk.
Crram and Huiler.
Manufacturers of Ice Cream and Snow
Flake.
dJ-m
mo
Ruth Phones, i
I
Grocer for MAYER'S TU.UF.
. _
9th and Poplar Sts.
±y
BAKERY.
Ask y
I.ARE I
land an honest loaf.
onr
BBEAD.
Insure« a square deal
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS.
„a, _. . Arrhlteet and civil En
« 'f' Banvmo Efectrlcal and Con
J,metive Engineer ' K I. KICK JR
KAHL MAYER.
East Side Baker,
rt2-m w-.s.-ly
Coill'ANV. Ôfflîia US Market St.. Wth
ff lr '«'on. Del.. 7lu Girard Trust Bldg.,
PhllLd»1nbin l'n d"-m w n.»ly
|
FLORIST.
GEORGE «JUNTA», more 840 Kin,
*'t**'- Greenhouae», Brandywine Him- j
dred
*'*"* and prorating a ,
promptly attended to. Doth I h nc
dl-m.W,i.*ly.
~ ., 00 » kit adav/ch" «
50 NAME CARDS 19C|
. , . , , » ,
f3lf SW'"
Ä-s-f A " ^ ""Ät.l: !
-DENTIST !
u. & A. Phone 30W
^ n^ENTfa^^ 80 ,
Ford Building
Suite 216-216 Wilmington. Del
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O. ENSENAT
äx«
(«ÄUar«
1
D, «. A. Phone 2763A. Wiliiiinyton, Dsl,
f 0 . j m
.rig tP-DWlN. TIN AND H.IEET '
G Iron Worker. Roofing and IkP^' '
.„g ji,..i Pr Work a Hoeclalty. 832 Sh'.p
* nut™
1>Y 8»- B ell P hon e, «88. M-lm
ST ▼ ▼ ANTED • STORE KIXTURES
\ A / Ws p»r mm« «aditll
«III 2d hand these« becs.it» ear
VV espeme 1 sr»• msll.
" * Knrnitnre CH AS. HJRLOCit
_* m imurg Strsett.
ijt m j.; WILLIAMS CO.
*V. gj) Orange St. Roofii g. Spouting and
Heating. Matal and composition roofing
Hot Air her.tirg and Ventilating Repair
ing proinpttV done. Phones. a>lt
PUH«!. FUKH! FUK81
All binds of Hides and Furs bought
Highest prices paid (or mink snd (01
•«"» c 8. HU BLOCK, Heventh and
p on i„. ... «su«»
L?.Z!iL -
AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT AT THIS
-v BRADFORD CO., Delaware Ave. A
Ta tnall Bts ., Wilmington. Del n26-6m
~ pavk. 14 go non a u i:p tii
R°°^" S^L off JreDlug^snd slxlnv
P* r P
f arhiit lo4 E*'nd St 12 ^
,' x . . M ' AK0HT ' lat B ' ' d fin-Un',
' " '
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_ BANKRUPT.SALE_
^XnT\RIT , TSBA 1Æ-UN SATURDAY,
il March 13th 190«. a, ten o'clock A.
M .. wd* bi sold a, Public Auction at the
Court House. Wilmington. Delaware,
outstanding book-accounts, leases and the
_ ... u in.iv,,,,.,.
,-o b ,!.n\ f -rcrn.li,-»H," S 11 *
*-D?fornmthin' n,uilv lo
J ,v ,i m!vi:Ti iv Tid'BT i-iiUP , w
_,iV, 1 ''' u 1 * Tv,in Ha Or.m, v
■ lnl '-. t _"" " kl " 1 ' '
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r I ) r > A (.5
poy^yrrpTmîéfrî' lYltTiFntC
t* on),.lev' riti.im
lyELLa 4lh and ««>">
T?oR SALE—< HEAP. 1-4 HORSE POW-,
X er D. C. Electric Molor Good con
?««<>"•... Apply EVENING JOURNAL
" .... — à . ' V -t.
pOR HALE—SALE — REMINGTJÎN
, typewriter. Good uondltlon. "
sell cheap. A snap for some one Ad
dress TYPEWRITER, care Evening
Journal_
COIl SALE (i( 1 -, 'A HT.
" Wes, Third S(.
APPLY 622:
m5-3t
üüH Hai.E-I'oih-jiorse
A GasoHnc Engine. Cheap.
Jac kson strecL_
pHODE ISLAND REDS. EGGS AND
AN Mock for sale. A B. HTAVTON,
11*13 Bayard Arc. f!i-lu..sal-!f
^
m5-5t. .
-, ____
F'«« SALK TWO YOUNG DRIVING
r horses, city broke. Apply. 1
JAS II I Ol K 1914 2 2 ' • ■ ■
-)
WANTED
rSi
B°'^ K S A î'" s K ,L K n"': l! \ , ('"
n.,"«lÄÄ. * I' HJTtHB
EVENING vJOURNA 1, ((ffire. mS-«
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A
mrt-L't.
Fo^'FTR
N. ;
11«
OR HALl'-O MILCH COWS. 1403
Maryland Ave. W. J. JOHNSON.
.! _.
anteed cure for rheumatism without
battery, wires or shocks ; sample:. Bo
'cents; 191, pep rent, profit; "ELECTRIC.^
1116 Falrmouut Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
AGENTS WANTED
,1,6-lt.
REGISTER'S ORDERS
R^riWEîrro«î,ieîr --—
office of Ihe Register of Wills.
Kcw CftFtlfi C'o.. Del., Feb. 15th, 1900
Upon the
El»enmlnger
rnlnger. late Of Wilmington Hundpjd. 'n |
«»Id county, deceased 1, 1» ordered »n.l
dlreeted by the Register nf Wills that
< h * Executrix aforesaid give notice of
granting of Letters Testamentary
the estate of the deceased, with Inn date
of grunting thereof, by causing ndver
tmements to be posted within (orly days
from the date of such letters In six of
the moll public places of the County of I
New Castle, requiring all persons having
demands again», the estate to present the
same, or abide by an act of Assembly In:
such case made and provided; and also
cause Ihe same to be Inserted within
the same period In tho Evening Journal.
a newspuper published In \v5hnlngton.
dm., and to be continued therop, three
weeks, te.o.d.)
application of Magdallne ;
, Executrix of Carl Elsen
..I
...... c.°Lu Æ ..'* ,
(BEAL) Castle Count, aforsaatd. tho day
n ' 1 'Tlut'iS V' - l K ,, !;
1 BANC HI M. W ALKER.
Register or w ills.
Given under the hand and seal
of office of the Regtater of Wills
__
. NOTICB. !
Notice Is hereby Riven that Letters Tes
tamentary were in due form of law
«ranted unto the undersigned, on the 15th
day of February. A. I).. 1901\ and tnat all
persons bavin# claim« against the estate)
of tl>e deceased must present the same,
!lAf of "ry A
£" J.™' „î r ...*S.".L
. " maoda, ' ,:sb E&EKM, ssa*.
Address Jftncs W .Ponder. Kaq.. Atlor
ncy-at-Lm'. Wilmington. Del. ft6-9t-eod
FOR-;-
-" t>/VT-T«rTfs^ÿ -out
POLITICAL
councilman '
Ninth Ward
/s w if xr s
Georee McKelvev
o y
Subject to decision of Republican
r,„. 4 „♦ ,,, Ä o,
1 * *
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Read THE EVENING JOURNAL.
PPAT f^tatk FOR RENT
POU RliNT NEWI'ORT, DEL.. Î
Htory and aUbr boti»o. rt rooms. 55!
JutlN A. <'RANSTtJN.^lOS^Khig
poll rTTnT- TlmKhTHToRY URU iv I
x duelling )M Jnrksun St.. 10 room*
m l biitti Inquire ut H01 Jackson. |
" , u !l 1,u "
prr mo.
»treot.
pdR RENT
LUI Market HI., slorn .. 69.90
M<*\ oy Building. halt, third floor.. -5.00
Con trill Hunk Building, hall, third
floor ...
IM Tallinn St.. » R. B .
ML'S Hanning Ht . V II. B ...
l^art Seventh 81.. More
f'f- ' «udever avenue. 9 It. B
M4 Ka«i Hlxth St.. 8 room»
113 Juutleon St., s R. B .
R. K. Cor. n^fli mid Ifarrleon Rie..
hi ore and dwelling: . 13.00
410 porter St.. rt R. H . 14.00
217 Stroud St . rt fl, H .10.00
820 Van Buren St.. 10 room», hath.. 35.00
b*rt \v. Seventh rtf . 0 room», bath.. 20.00
rt|0 W. Ninth Si , î» room», bath.... 18.00
108 N. Adam» Ht.. 9 room», bath.... !5.ou
nos ( 'onnell st.. rt room», hath . 15.00
. 25.00
25.00
25.00
ao.oo
IS.00
Irt.On
15.00
1708 1.»ne«»ter Ave. 7 rooms, hath.. 14.on
,1002 Vhm Buren St., rt room», bath .. ll.no
:uw K. Ninth 81., I room». Iwlli, flat.
lored» .
21 JuettMon Sf.. 5 room» .
GIB HONS * MOO IMS.
Fifth and Shipley Street».
. H .on
I ■ ..I
pOR REN I
2»y, Porter Ht,. 6 rooms ..
406 Lincoln HI . 6 ft .
HIT Conrad Hl.. « K. & ft .
itivj l.ineoln HI., « monta anil bain
)i*t:> W. Slh HI.. « rooms .
214 West Fifth Hi.. 7 moms ......
114 Hoolt St., S R A B ..
222 Jefferson Ht . « R Sr B .
226 Broom.- Ht.. I« R & B.
m. King Ht., h) H * B..
l.llu W. 9(h Hi., 10 R A B.
C. J. O'KEEFE.
No 6 West Seventh Ht.
... 110
. il. on
. n on
. n.on
111 no
. 13.00
t.oo

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POSSEHHI ON MARCH OR APRIL 26TH
22fi and «17 W. 20th fll . new. modern.
!'|j «'• ami ». , 10 rooms, moderrn
j *1^ Ln5 Âl^rHnkîhTït* modern'
. 17.(19
> on
. 28.(19
. ;iû.oo
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
pOR S A L K~
* «m» lÂum.;*aXâblïfi>r
bViNi.,»»» olac?
0t j j}, ^ room» hot water heat.
nnartmrnl
V
rawi.'. ïï ! «ianw modern
^ . H*' Ä" modern.
l« V""2/2rm, near Centre, se.l or
conv.n
1 VonrJ 5, ' ruomed hQU#t * cl >
Ulc ?S[ÄKS. Park ' hoU8C 9 ^
I'l.mere house » moms large lot.
^ house » rooms ^largo lot.
M^y lnveitment pro^r.l» '
O. U. GOODEN. (t
«« «• »ätä«
1 L .SnS^ClSTÄfSSSÄ
on Fourth street. Fifth street, and Penn
K ** >ro * a n.?I?!fh >t nronartr over
' uleliwlï' faT* 'ÄMrc.Ln/
' S. fîd .™Ü»d .ÂÎ, uÄ Ä
Immrdlaie ' rfosaeaalon THE PHILIP8
niO\n-kuzI Jo 2 S 1 Kant:Fourth street,
; 1 »OMI boN CO.. M aM »our
L' 1 'R BALE WTTTETÎ N E W* Tl I HI :v;
1 story insnaiird light hrlek houses,
Nos 1401-3-5 Wes, Second alreet. near
Broome a,root, containing nine room*
and hath, all modern Improve men,»,
front and ba. k intrchea, gas and Aeolrlc
lights, cement cellars under whole house.
Apply JAMES T1BBITT. 103 H. Dupont
street. Both phones. m6-eod-lmo
I r?oR-SALK-TWO THRKP-WiiKY
r un-to-dute houses, 406 and 4,(7 West
Twentieth street, near Boulevard, hot « 1 -
1er heal, sanitary plumbing, cement cel
lar. and walks, first-class In every par
I tlculur. Apply
gbti
„,6-8-11.11
nm ' 11
ta od c * t r*
1 H UK BALfc.
' A nie« lot, rip# for a building «per
«''»n. In a una Cation Exot î'd. of
Rodn *y e'.raat and aouth of Pennayl
: v '*,"a avenue. 100 feet front. Will tell
reasonable , haHLKH C. KURTZ,
(Opposite <2ourt House, mil Market 81.
]poK b.v.- P wide front
* houses, on Twentieth street, between
Washington and Jefferson. Plan and
1 ? unexcelled. >• T. CLYMER
the,..*. 1 *:"___ H ' b » •" »" ren
)IJ CAJ U
r 1 v - /lv
A Six new house*. Just completed, con
II. CORN KL L.
49.'! W. 29th St.
tolnlng seven rooms end bath. ■'■)„, bina
tlon * ,1! * a "'J electric fixtures, front and
back porches, cemt r.l cellar, hot nlr heat
er and papered. Will sell on easy terms.
located, Winchester Place, be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth. Or
arnl Tuluail streets. Apply on
iwnlaes 10
CHARLES K. ANDERSON & SONS.
Automatic Pi.oues 1040-i670.
D. & A. 1926-A.
^OR '«ALE^ mVELLlNd.' 818 WKSt
1 Fohrth streei, 9 room», lialh, pon-h;
mis property has lust been completely
renovated all through and Is In excellent
cndliloti: would make a nice hume, cou
Leniently located
, k
'* ukk bll> ' r '
. „ . . . - .
New wide front houses at Slh and
Rodney streets. Ideal In many ways.
1 Uiw price, easy terms, same aa rent.
Look •he.a up at once. It will nay
"orner house open Monday and Th
rt " y nl * h,s «unday sflernoon.
A B 7o? T s^ M
JOHN J. MONAGHAN,
19« W. Seventh
f!3-w e lf _
ÜCR SALE—1127 WEST FOURTH BTT,
* «j rooms, bath, porch, beater, cemapt
r i in house 1» In good condition
land 1» In a convenient locrtlon. It must
il (hi» month. A bargain for a
St
«'ellar
JOHN J. MONAGHAN.
108 W. Seventh St.
fJ3-w.a.tf
pOR SALE
you.
ure
«...h p„on... s..
«»«SS^-iSPSaORl
sprin. ifflK » VSÎÏÏ «n§ p 3 b.in. :
HldX Vo 1 èan&'mmr?' AveS"?""
31 n,,|R, " ,re Avenue,
poR SALE—Very desirable home*.
6,(7 Van Buren St.. 9 ro>ms and bath.
831 Van Burent St., V room« and bath,
833 Van Buren SI,. 9 rooms and bath,
1301 Dupont St . 9 rooms and bath,
SAMUEL C. BIDDLE.
I • No. 303 Delaware Ave.
REAL E STATE.
, __... UBtY?"
OB »T IS NOT TO BE HAD.
Collecting of Renta a Specialty,
a. H. HAYDEN, successor ta
Harden 4 Veil
Tenth and Monroe Sta
| - _
1URNER,
vT *
. . ..... .......
upon'HEAL Ko ( A i K AND INKLRAntfc.
Property bought, sold and exchanged,
Money to loan, rents collected.
For Rent. No 1TOS-1710 Broome St.. 10
rooms bath and porch.
I 1333 Shallcross Ave.. 8 rooms and bath,
Offices 712,13.14.15 Ford Building. Del-1
marvla phone 1367.
For Sale. 22-acre farm, 6 miles from!
city, on trolley line, cheap.
.... . —.
;
Both 'Phone*.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
7
A valuable water-tw>wer Milling Plant,
at Ureenbank. Del. Splendid location, on
,, macndamlaed road three miles Iron,
Wilmington. Del.. B. * O. R. R. closei
twill door, water-power unfailing. <a-,
barrels feed buhr attachment.
equipped with up-to-date flour und feed
machinery, «.manalcm house; three tenant!
houses, new harn. 3S acre« of land, power*
generated for electric or other service,
have from 175 in 200 home-power. For
further particulars apply on promise»,
mi-cuii-inio.
... . —
ROOM S FO R RENT.
h I HARD-«*., *07 AND MRACrBL
T? GK KENT—NEWLY FLRNT8HÊD
I rooms for gcutlcraci: With or with
. , u . ' .1.... v w n .
board. All coincidences. N. W. tor.
7th and Lombard, r26-tf
me- £}$Z.W.Sh!'..'>'~....,Jlät
TÎ^R RENT -3 SINGLE Fl RM SH ED
î,,ht and hp **
■ i - ( —— ——- ' - —
ürt D U/ft MTITTI. Vtrïf AT r
HEL«P WAN rhU—r bMALi|.
pOR S i
XJ^<? y f;rCT. k WRTKNcgf^yg ^ A-,
Vv 1er WHsou Bf'*ors*. Machine, also
a.'ùi TÙtn.iiV'sü-. ' K "' ** A ' 1
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
p OR REN
*
lsl5 xvest st., JC rooms. I baths .$# ¥jj
***J * th *•- 10 roomR ' bath . 40 |
M " est «th st., 14 rooms, bsth.40 a
918 Franklin *t.. 10 rooms, bath .3T "J
WU and 1615 Rodney st., 10 rooms, bath 35 iM
5LS M eat 7111 at., 12 room«. bath .*$ 3
707 Adams st.. 0 rooms, bath 7TV,.30 r
4% .lofTerson st., 0 rooms, bath ..S* ;
224 West IfHh st., 9 rooms, bath 25
313 \V«st 12th st., 9 rooms, bath .C5
Hon West 8th st . 8 rooms, bath ........ 25
810 Van Ruren st.. 7 room-, bath ...... 23
mo Washington st., 9 rooms, hath .25
7J0 West 8th Mt., 9 rooms, bath.. 20
in:, West 24lh st., rt rooms, bath . « 30 ÿ
r."'J l.ineoln st., 8 rooms, bath ........ 20 13
• 13 tsffor.son st.. 7 rooms .IS
140!) Adams st., « rooms, bath . IS ?
211 -teffsrson st., 7 rooms .. 15 3
818 Madison st.. 7 rooms
'• * 1 - Read si.. 7 rooms, bath .
Wl Tatnall si . 6 rooms ...........
••19 Mast 7th st., 7 rooms ...........
1129 Rood st., f, rooms ..
S'Tl Madison st., 7 rooms ........
1 Marshall rt., 5 rooms .
w, i3th st.. 7 rooms,. bath ..
Adams st.. 8 rooms, bath ....
••*34 N KarrUon st.. ft moms ....
ill Madison st.. 7 rooms ..
.. IT
.. 15
. n
... 13
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X
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HTORB A N I » DWKLUNO.
220 French st., 15 rooms, 2 baths ...... 10
8o2 Madison st.. s rooms, bath 17
208 Host Tlh st., (Store or office)........ 20
FLAT.
X. F. cor. 121 h and Tat nail I room»
• first class) .
Cd" Adams x rooms, bath
120a Kim. rt rooms, hath ..
CHARLES W. GOODING,
Real Estate and Fire Insurance.
Eighth and Jefferaon Sts.
. 1«
.. >5
.. 12
pOR RENT
61H Franklin St.. 13 4 3.
b04 Franklin Ht., 11 R. A B.
905 W Twentieth B,„ 19 R. & B.
997 W. Twentieth St.. 10 R. A B.
1908 Madison Ht.. 10 R Sr B.
Del. Ave. and Van Buret, S,.. U It. A &
f.11 W. Third 8t.. 10 B. & B.
*2« W. Sixth St. 7 R.
1407 W. Second SI.. 7 R.
299 Monroe Bt., 7 R.
1392 DuPont St., new. 19 K. A B.
1491 West S,.. 8 R. A B.
1117 W, Eighth St., lu R. A B.
lorn Rodney 8,.. 10 R. A B.
1293 F.. Twenty-second St, 6 R. A B.
410 13. Sixth St.. 10 B. A B.
406 13. Sixth 8t„ 9 R. A B.
417 E. Second St.. 8 R.
623 E. Twenty-second St., 8 R. A B.
1221 Apple St., 4 IL
1201 Henld Bt.. 6 R. A, B.
610 Buttonwood St., 6 R.
10 Rohlnaon St., 6 B.
OU E. Eighth St.. 8 R.
211« 1 .«moite St.. 7 R. A B.
1794 Broome St.. 19 R A D
219 Concord Ave.. 7 11. A B.
821 Vau Burent 81., 8 R, A B.
SO9 H Jackson St.. 8 R & B.
1007 Adams St., 10 R. A B.
206 W, 7lh Bt., 9 R. A R.
806 Kirkwood SI.. 8 rooms.
Stable-rear of 229 Broome Bt. ,
Nice apartments In good location.
Offices with good service, nice light
and reasonable In price.
Large building 6th and dränge St.
CHARLES C. KURTZ,
No. 1911 Market Street.
(*-,u-,h-e-tf
(Opposlta Court Houm)
Two Nico Apartments
Five Rooms and Bath.
Steam Heat-Hot Water
Winter and Summer
Two Rooms and Bath
919 Market Stroot.
HEHRY HOOPES
TffÖR RENT
A 615 Jefferaon Bt.. 8 R A B.
1329 Dupont St., new, « R A. B., porch.
Jackson S, . »3*3,, porch.
Ills Hoald Bt., 7 R A B.. front porch.
1211 Jefferson St.. 10 R A B.
029 W. Third St.. 8 R A B.
212 Rodney 8t.. 7 H A B.. porch.
1636 Claymon, St.. 7 R A B.
991 Monroe St., 8 H A B., 2 porches.
2)1 Walnut 8,., 6 R A B.
Our rental list changes daily; If tntcr
■ i
cated In renting or buying, call ' thia
office.
G. H. HAYDEN A CO.,
Tenth and Monroe streets.
Both 'Phone*.
t;or rent
x 627 Clayton St.. 7 rooms . »29 99
1811 West HI., 9 rooms .. 27.90
1*97 Scott St., 7 rooms and bath.... 18.90
1722 Hancock St.. 7 rooms and bath.. 17.00
1626 Lancaster Ave., t! rooms, bath .. 18.00
16(4 W. 1411, Bt., lo rooms and ba(h.. M.09
Delaware Ave. and Clayton St....... 26 00
-MS W 18th H,.. « rooms and bath.. 26 00
624 Madison Hi.. 7 rooms and bath.. 16.00
603 Rodney Hi.. 9 rooms and bath .. *0.09
710 Poplar Fv., 8 rooms and bath .
1213 Linden S, . 6 rooms and bath
11(41 Brandywine St.. 5 rooms ........ 9.00
Small Houses it, all Sections.
A. n. STATTON, 707 Shipley £t.
Junel-n,-w-s-if
JS 's, 9 room, and bath
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SiS.
26 09
12.09
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POR RENT
62» Van Buren Bt„ 9 room., bath.
2(i7 Market St., entire building.
407 Shipley St., entire building or floor«,
298 Cedar Si . 6 rooms.
226 Cherry St.
291« Market St.
106-8-10 Orange St., entire building of
floors. Call and look at Hat.
J. MILTON MADDOX.
No. 602 Shipley St.
a
FOR RENT
512 Want «th St., 12 rooms and bath.
West 14th 8U. 12 rooms and ball,.
19 rooms and bath.
rt.« k*».. i
' T "* ' U ™'- ^ " "" 8 '" ' hrM r00,M
and both : four room* and bath.
DELAI! ARE TRI ST CO..
K^at 9th St.
No. 1
ipOR RENT?
1215 Tatnall St.. 8 rooms, hath.
693 W. 291 h St.. 1« room?, bath.
«97 XV. 29th 8,.. 19 rooms, bath.
814 Van Buren 8, , 9 room*, bath.
1312 W. Tenth 8,.. 19 rooms, bath.
90« Brooma 8t„ 13 rooms, bath.
OFFICES
83» Market rtlreet.
SHOP-498 Shipley
LARGE STORE—
Shipley street* , < j
STABLE—12 stalls; Morrow street.
ROBERT REYNOLDS.
_ No. S34H Market St.
_ _. ., 1U1 __
F OR RENT-APARTMENTS.
- Four nnd five room apartment«, No.
419 Market etreet, bath, steam heath««
and ho, water. In good conditio«; au
conveniences Entrances from Market and
Shipley street«. -«
No. 792 W. Fourth «treet, 6 room«, Kith,
in good condition, hot water heating and
j hot water. All conveniences. Special In
ducement» to desirable tenants,
' JOHN J. MONAGHAN,
Real Estate and Insurance.
I " 10« W'est Seventh street.
street, 3 rooms.
N. W. Cor. Third and
pOR RENT
Stores 225 Market St., large 3-story brick.
Store 913 Orange.
DWELLINGS.
i SOS Van Buren at, JL0 rooms and bath.
921 Linden st.. , rooms and bath.
1314 E. 13th st.. 7 rooms,
917 Bennett St., « room».
812 E. 8U» at.. 6 wmC __.. BT rn
Apply W 1LM1NGTON TRUST (.O,
I ftn<1 Market
^ ^ npvtm. . ; „
In UK ivLTN l
■*" Store 209 W. Ninth St., 50 reel ueeifc
I equipped with all modem conveniences.
j s ^« BIDDLE
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fM-tf 303 Delawara Ava
POK A eN T-TWO "SMÂLÎrrT-ÂCËg.
Ken MU Turn 'Ä
Shipley Bi s._ JfJjBji
T<D R KENT—RIVERSIDE FARM.
* Brandywine Hundred, near OordÄ
Heights, about 75 acres, on shares dr
money rent. Apply. WILLIAM W. AMD
F ,n ..eî '!n I T»?®S 00 îfwr. «e
]|l'NT> W<'LLASTON. Th* Cedars. Brait
TT »
* Ä room« and bath. J* «
f2rt-tf MAX, EPHRAIM. i. ^ 4th A
PÖR RfeSt-^ARM 5f sV.XRLT ^ »
* acres, rent cheap wlfbln w «rti#
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167 W. 9th fll.

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