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THE WILMINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN
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PRICE ONE CENT
WILMINGTON, DEL
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1890.
• *
ton
lato
at.
In
,i tta» Epworl h league of
, (, irai» nuit rrtan* ta took
i r.iln fP.. W. ft 11.) y«*
vi i» 4 h 1 «w Mint,
« v. lomiuA of Jerusalem,
• ''nt h ml Hctancas and Jon»
Depot. Mr. How lit, of
l( i'ollvo Alarm Hcrvlep, os
i itom through U»o Public
II,. <>\ptal uod In dotal! hin
; many i*irts of tU*» outhi
i ,,n*«l hi* g w*Jtal»»dlvld«inlly
I'n who ebook han«!«
A" • "
I
her
• if
At
the
the
a
of
•I
r
was
I
b M
I
k «tlnimr together at
«t I
.î niiHwUîk.
i*ihey . .
g the Cyebuama i»f •leru
tiii ttilllss reiiKfved to llo*
. ond day of January.
, m la n>pn*A(Hlt4*t AS At Ih«
ge, wetr.1 light,
d to sldne ami
r tho earth f«*r
the Mavt« hit's
T!
1
W
tio«M-ntul a
,,f til«*
Uh, cross.
v utt<-d the It. C, Cathedral,
.,!«• of tin* most remarkable
/. tlu* <*it y. I he Christmas
■Miatioiirt ami tic* r«*AH«ti« mut»««*r in
î ^kingly tasi'itlfu!.
Academy «'I >a'i«.i;al w< 1 *nc«*s
-, l'.-qicf. tally th<«'
iMiniiitUi*! oaciimL
Egypt.
i ho «.(^traln.
pib.r t
t
liistrii«-livf
n ti« ! the
k* ' •'/
. l \u«*i
I
1!
, neighbor a helping hand
ii'inTtfig him to h«U> "
svrup in liis family «<
ilijert to. At all
D
U
l
l i j.-e only 25 «'«*nts.
'roten t*» I»«*atli.
\m i„ Ik*«. 80. Miles Daven
li-hnown ami prominent
t Lehman Centn*, Starte«!
iti* tu «hive over the
G:
hl>
to Plymouth. It
1/«-old, und about 3 n. m.
th«» Welsh Hill, one
rim of Plymouth. H«*
. veUich», but wtM entirely
, in.« I frozen stiiT. He was
1 • icritb'ii«'«* <>f ids brotii«»r
■lohii J. Hhonk. Kvery
•lono for him, but
in«-«! e«nisc*louaiioss, and
b<
il« t*
• •iilng.
- years of age, and tho cold
loubteilly prove«! to«»
do of
If. ; , ; Itilll. H
>!r- ; ! II. \shiny, wife Ilf th«»
P ul <i|M«at«;r, of Plymouth,
t -int «cr «ïf one of tno oi«l«»st
b, I hta valley.
•Il
CnalhMitK ut Caiubrli*.
It
► n, I'««., Df*«*. 90. It Install'd
l'«'im«v|vanltt lfiUlroa«! C
■ l bled *»|H»n a system or
•h oill develop thn«oalbe«is
n Cambria county, and timt
>i construction will lx> coni
ü a f«*\v months. Tho bian«*b
.•■•ting Hostings, Pu., with
dl U* extended
.mi up tin* .Snsqm-lmnna to Its
mil«* sont I, of Carroll
in ther«) tho road in to b«»
•onmx't with the main tin«»
imtyl'.nnlu hiiIkmuJ at O«»o
h«*r this «'onnectlon will Ik*
• KlM*nsl>urg or Ci»*shoii
totii«tf Ahtv roiul will Ik*
*>t i 'host ( 'i•** k Valley,
vicinity of Kayiera
is«»f tiiat stream, und
: « i tory along it, is
i
a
Flit*
.
î
'
H
' "• l'iMln« llaiiuiK«'«!.
a
r.
Do«*. 30. Jl'lie Washing*
h left Camden Station at
nlug ran Into
»ress
k this
f 1 he Washington
• i later at Anna
if ..a* wultil
'. w hich had
CXI
ibolis Ju ne
ig for another
IXHUI Atopped
of Its air ta ok «Mtr» work.
ige cars ou tho inar of the
•utnliiiug th<*ntri«'al H»*«*nery,
loeomotivo «»f tii«* real 1 tram
e*wtint dmnage.1.
f the latter, wa
mU ui herwlsc slightly Ini
his cab Travel
: ' I about half an hour. N
Fireman
«•ut about
unwl
ng fi
î vas hurt
*
< o.i-ttlng l.att K» ruing.
K
■ill tin* hills In
by itio «•« uistcrs last
is of ull kimls, fi
doidje-disdc
little
* city w«
»dug.
the ftm
down t«» the
um|M*r. w«kv utiii/a>«l.
with
|>
I*
! : ti
•1 <»f «*\pr«*»M train!? but
>«• li*mn«xi Urn
sic«I« <•:
fur
Triplot a.
Mother» Iln
■TA, J MC.« tfHl—till«'«* lliotii«'
.tl--*« io Trip I iu h ill Dali
?».« to-day. «Ulurwiu Jomw
t'litht«» two I» W|«| (»no girl;
tii «*. ami Mix.
gt« .Mr two ta»ys.
unusual iiiM .hf infants has
u î «uni«'
MclVlUVW
liobg.MMl to
Hucli
o real.*« I
SUoutors and
nurses.
Wo tiava a apeeüjr *ife«uive
tarrb, dipbtboriH, cm r mouth an1
«•dache, in Slilb-fc CATARRH
KMKDV. A t»a*al ,'fcîor fr.*« with
each bottle. Uav it
•od aweet breath. Ice 50r. N. B.
Danfort I«, wholeoale 1,1 retail *.'®nt
Second and Market »It«, Wllrulogtoo.
I« r

d«»lie liealth
«It-AuiU Cannot ll* J» to Germany.
lb »Mr., Dec. ma» L pope has ..
colved from Borhnfcommuniiuitiou
to Hie effect Huit tf Buu«l«-srat h, :
Federal C'ouncil, linitH ldod t«» refuse
permission for tluqluiU to return to
Gormany, but tali Tor of permitting
the Redemptorist l||,.is t«» return.
tfiulKMir n Uttered.
Judgments to Ihdapint of *18,000
bave lieen onl«*n*d ifVK the firm «>f
-• -owls £ ITU*«*, pho 1 its manufactur
era, or Smyrna. 'I J ipM»ts are not
known, but it is stiiVthut Ihe credl
^ tor s will probably ; .pi. an oxtension.
OfRfi Sa*»»y 4avr«l.
On© dozen cabinet photographs, any
style, babies inciudod, for W u «lozen,
at Holland's Gallery, 307 Market street.
Chrlfttina* EicrcUe».
Tho Sunday school of the Church of
V» venant held their Christmas
last evening l*ef«iro 11 feb
»<■.' ,, audienot*. An liiterostlng i»r«*-1
Wtwi »a* rendered, and each of the
ÄwrfiT i s uraa presented with u Christ
Daptmt <.'hap«l.
Tho Baptiste propose to eroot a
chuj.-.j iu Uie vlclulty of Ninth and
R"'h y «treota, tho coming season, at
^ of *y,ooo. It is said *5,ooo liave
•Irra !y lx»«!i aubeorlbed.
tb
n»*» gilt.
Jh .. Margaret Wallace, mother of
^ Wailaoo of thtecity, dtad at her
w* In Raaford on Saturday last,
•k* 1 .»** yeure.
•' Bcpubltaans of tho Fsighlh w ard
wu : old a mooting this oveiling at the
i luartsi's, Seventh and Market
A full attendance is requested,
lHiilUi of u WHI-Knott it l. uly.
A iRtegraiu Ium l »eon received ut Klk
ton nun« »uiclng tlm death of Mr*.
Martha Jam* Itatcnmri, willow of th«.
lato HOV, John Im.klp, whtah
at. Kgl«*Ht«iwu, Ma.,
Mrs. Ikitmunn. wh«
ta»rn
Si
thiin
M
ifu*m
In**
tin*
•urr«*«!
Saturday last
î timide
• North East.
M«l.. about 7U years ogn, an«l re«i*iv«<l
her early odu«'utlon in this town. Hin
converted and Iwcumo n member
• if the M. E. Church wh«*n I» yearn old.
At ill«* a««» «if Ul eh«« Wcann tfie wife of
the I lev. John ! unkip. who wus tli
the junior pri*iu*her on /.Ion Circuit,
Philadelphia Cofornnco, and who wan
only 20 years of a«e. Mr. InskR
a native of England, an«l h«i«t only
Iwn admitted to the conference » few
mont Its when ho married, which Ik»|*„*«
contrary to rules, Hint bo« I y thought
of sus|NMidiii« him, but be ptaiuh «Mita
own «uuino with ho mu«*h fervor that
the conference condoned tin* offence.
Isite In Ilf«* he said he owed all his
ministerial
woman he marrie«!.
was F« niter,
in
> '
Hub*
rlveil
was
|M*.ri)
ecs« under Go«l to the
Mr. Inskip was
«ipo of Us* originators of tin* national
.«mp-m«*ttingH, which un* h«d«l an
m.ally for tlm promotion «•!' lioliuesH.
He also made a tour nr< Hin« I tin* world
in 18N0-81 for the promoti«
iamo came. He dUnlln 1884, and hi*
wife, wh«> had I »ten his constant «?«...
iHimon In till Ids arduoiiH and pro
tract«*! laUirs, conllnmvl the work
until tho linn* of 1e r death. In Sop
of tin*
!.*•
•r
f«*n
Cb
to
U*!iilKjr last sin* Inn-ume th«* wlf«j «if tin*
Rev. Dj*. Untcmun, a menilatr of the
I'htiAitidpliU Conference, who was, and
still is, tho pastor of the fnskip
Manorial Church, which his wif«* built
at Kgl» don in memory of her tlrst bus
I «and.
Mrs. Bateman frequently visited this
city with her llrst husliand,
lalMirs
of
I their
always protluetlvo «.»f
li good.
Oxford Castle, N«». 5. \. O. K. of M.
('., last evening «*liM*t«*il 1 1.*» following
«►tllcers; H. K. P. C., J. L. Coulson; îr
R. C., A. G. Coulson; S. K. V. ( , Wil
liam 11. Anderson: S. R. first licutou
ant, Cooiier S < '«*»#»►; S. K. U. S , J.
Mori «hi Dillon; S. K. F. 15., Jos«*ph II.
Wo«lsl«y; S. K. T., Alvin il. Morrison;
H. K. C. of S., I.«*\vls K. I/*ckar«j;S. K.
A. C of H., I. B. WUwell; S. K 1. G.,
Harry M. ltorn;H. K ; O. G., F. J. Tay
lor; chaplain, Louis Kirk; trustee,
Charles Wliunn; i'prcwui' alive to
Select Castl«\ ^Arthur It. I.ewis, Jr.;
aili'inat«*, J. !.. C-onlsoii.
Cyrus Castle, No. 1, K. ft. K., last
evening ol«*d«*«1 the following ofilcers:
P. C., T. A. Ma klern; N. « W L.
Chosney; T. C., 1 !
J. P. Deputy; H. I'., J. W. Pe
If., Henry He
trustees, W. 'J'. Wih ox and J. H. Ke«*n.
Otfte
of
The
til«*
as Preston; H. H..
Il; V.
; IL. I honiHS Hln iiall;
tin
I*!IIII«MIK tVoilK'II.
II is a significant fn«*t that, most «if
the women who have achieved fame in
, literature, or "u'Tatis." have
health. This shows
cai»ab!u «.f tie*
■ever«» ;m«l * continued applicati
iH*«'« > ssiiry to«treuU\n work, unless the
body is at its *s*st. Th«* woman who
aspire.* to fill an «»xalted plaoe among
tier associates, must lv fr«n» fr
vous «Icbiiity nu«i fcrimle wnukne
Dr. Plen
banish these, ami it is warranUni to
reatore th*»s<! functionul lianimnles
which ure IndtaiieuMiibltt to hnallh. As
a specific for all t ho.s«» chronic w«snk
I ailmentsiMiculiar tow
Th«»
Joyed vigor.
tli it tlic mlml is
A
iiuv min n*ni
«»'s Favorite i
tin*
not
will
•riptl
nml
lug
ami
age
it is
logeuarlnn ( liMi-gml wttti Mm ilrr.
Soi in BKTm.r.nKM, Dec. 80. Henry
Lut/« 8J years old, who has lieon a
warn loll ug Lrutup in this «lountry for
many years, was anmted
a few «lays ago l»y three New York de
tective* aud lukcii to that city. Lut*
wanted in Germany for munier
lng « who!« family thirty years ag«»
Knowledge of his guilt was impart«*«!
to the police by a
oral monthsugo, aud who
Ik*«! confessed to being nc«*e»»ory and
Lut* principal. Lut* will t«o sent.
Germany for trial. He was known
tli«j "«tog man," b«*« auH«* li»« was always
oc<7omi»aule«l by a prnik «»f «l«»gs.
in
fail
who <ll«*i
lita deatli
t
li**
Her IliiKbaml.
Nuikm l>oni»«»l!y f
Nkw York, Dee. ;M).- -Mary Ann Don
llnatrlce Hamll
Htabbod t»y
coiiiplaliuuit in the
Yorkvill«' 1'«>!!««* Court to-«lay against
h«*r liuslHin«l, Patrick, wh«
,-usc«| «.r I Molly trcuMng her. Hi lie«*
Mre. Hamilton won mint t«* prison f«*r
the assault Mrs Donnelly has cx
hi bite« I ii.rs.df as u fnuik iu dim.»
»ums. She claims that ber ling«*
practico of beatlug
iMiir «>f bl«wk«med
nnti
Domicily,
win» Isa rough spc'lmcn of humanity,
held in *»00 bail fur trial.
nelly, wli
ton's nurse, and who w
Eva IIjinillt«>n. w
le
I oui has
I,or. She
oyos and bruis«
mi th in court to-day.
ihn
Now Orlrana» I>«-m1Ii Half Doubled.
Naw O111.KAX8, Deo. 80.—The grippe
enutinuoa very violent bore. The re
port <»f tlio Board of Health for tho
mist weeks shows a total mortality of
"18, which is at the rate or nearly 51
per 1,000, «»r more than double the
avorago «loath rate for Now Orleans.
Only twelve deaths aro reported di
rectly duo to tho ffrippo, or infiuenza,
but lucre wore 117 deaths from dis«*aHO
of the respiratory organs, mainly
»neu moula and bronchitis. Two
Jilrdii «»r tlio doat lis were of infiuits
and of persons over 60 years old. I no
grippo Is also prêtaient along the
Mississippi coast and the Mississippi
river.
at
7
:
Severe Woather All Over Knrope.
athor
I/)NIk»n, I)«*«'.. 30. Ihe
prevailing throughout Lnghuul la the
severest that has been ox|»rloii«»ed in
this «-ounti y since tlio y«ir 1813. In
London t«>-day the thermometer regis
tered 10 degrees above zero. Tho river
Humber is completely froze
the Thames partially
tincut the. weather
Reports of Intonsely cold
come from Paris, Vienna. Berlin and
Raukford-on-the-Maln. In the last
ntioned city, seven pereons have
to death in the
«>f
«
. j
. Un the «•
is equally sovor«».
at her
.
1km*ii found fror.«*
streets.
q,« Church «»f the ltedeemer.
of rjq l0 chrlstmus celebration of Hie
g um i a y atdiool of the Church of the
^.«leontor, wits held last evening.
i»r«*-1 *|'|nvr*i was a large audience present,
the a|lJ t |„, following programme was
|»j v ««i: Organ preTudo, "Merry Chim
ing Christmas Bells;" devotional
vice; hymn by the infant class; a« I dress
\jy the nustor, j Simpson 1 roller j
a hymn, «»noir, "King Out, Yo Bells,
and ' offering, benediction.
at i
liave
Hanging Sign*.
The complaints conwrulng lianglng
. signs have became so fre«|ue.ut tiiat the
of street and Bewi*r Oouuntasion basin
her atructod the Street Commissioner to (
last, • order all lunujliqt signa to be wraovml,
that proj«jot more thau four feet from
the buildlug line or ai e leas than seven
feet above the sidewalk.
YVnr
ard
the
Painful teething
vented ana cured.
, colic, diarrhoea pr«:
HoupeFs Anodyne,
Drutnatl«* Not«..
Si
iti thin country has «lone
s«»f1i*n the i*urtar of prejinllc«»
existing l>otwecn rhurrh und hUwi«
thiin I »«<111111111 Thompson. Jtafore th«»
"f Thoinnsou'n "Joshua
M hltcomh' end 'The Old Homi.hti.a4l, '
ifu*m won* thoinuiudH of good Christian
(H*op|(. who raganled the playhouse n«
In** id »«»do of the devil nud playere os
Satan'« emiriM&riee. Thu moral inllu
•*i «if Imth "Joshua Whitcomb" and
tin* |ilny
Hewer
In«,
crmUt
od
neers'
by
Ita
tors
Is
in
to
1HÜ0,
the
«•r
Thinl
«•ity
froru
l.hg
o
■ •I
with
city
at tim Academy, N»
unixersiiily c.ini «*«ied, and Thoiu|
nuiulier.s among his possessions
tliousamis of letters of pmis«i from
divines all
in Gr«*el«*y, ('«>1
close its fourth
York, is
> '
*r tho countr
y. In 187b,
hlle.1 with
G«i<|-fcaring «'brintlau p«*o[)le, a
Hub* was institut«*! against tin* theatre.
During the height of the opposition
Demiuin Thom j »son and com pan v
rlveil In town with "Joshua NVhlt
«•«nub." 'Ilii* first night of thi* engage
■nL the nilnist«*r of the pliu*«*, who
was also a lead«*r of tiui «'rusailei-s,
vlsiUsl the ptayh
|M*.ri)
'
whe
tojgppcar t«i remonstrate
against tlic ungodly exhibition. The
go«*d
tho p
was so impressed with what
light out tlic crouior
!.*•
fthat ho
Uncle Joshiiu'' ami thankcii him
«cof
•r
f«*n ontly for his «»(Torts in Un* e
Cb l ist luiilty,
prh**«l everyone by l««a<ling Ids entire
congregutl
to wil.u<*Hs the play.
I the next «•v«*niiig
to tho theatre in a I km I y
Mu»«.
*' « .«Mul Work.
Tln* Masonic fraternity has for some
time Ik
I'onsblering t
Ivlsabllity
of endowing a lx*l ln «*a«*h yj U** LGs
pltnls, as they «loegi sonnHhing
u«*'«*ssary ^ U» 1 *'. <*onimunity, and «■
sequ«^iLT deserving of support. The
Uic^.-r was tinully taken up bytlie
dliTisnMit ltHlges in this city, and a suf
ficient fumi raised for

purp«
eomptated yestenJay by
Grand Master James S. Dobb transmit
ting to tin* treasurer of f.adi liospltul a
check for the siqipiul of u bml in eaeli
«luring tin' «mining yea''. This is un
example that could l>o profitably fol
low«»«! by thoothorM*:retorganized
of this city, as the fact should
iorgott«»n that each
lions are de|K*ndt*iit upuU voluntary
contributions for I heir supixnt.
The work
'm
'*i«l«i
will
►t tic
i't tliese inslltu
A Suit fur ôv«r »».«H*>,ooo.
Nitw OnuKANH, Dee. 80.- Suit was in
jvirt of
Holland.
to-day
Amsterdam,
against the Board «if Lhiuiilath
til«* Public I>ebt t)f Ixmisii
that tho board fund the *4,018,828.48
worth of Louisiana bonds h«*l«l b
Imnds, km
stit.ut«*l h»
tlm
H«»pe A Co.,
E.
of
l
last
I
iln*
tin*
. Th«
zens' Bank bonds, w
conttbry
which v as a land l«ank, the Slat«* in
I guumnteciiig tIHr
dated tlr*
tin
It
issued lui If a
t « » aid tin* institution,
d«»rs' ig the
pnv.. -ut. The war «Icj
value of lands in Louisiana until it was
ufilcient to pay tin* obligati
Th«» holders »»f tin* bonds have been
king lor

Gli
nt for some
Um«.
A verag«* Sp,.,.«| of Ocean «irrylioun.l».
Livkiipool, D«»c. ;i». -Th«»last.season's
of the rival «luwns of tin* o«*«wtn,
I the Teutonic
great deal of interest
tin* City >>f New York
huv«* created
not only in shipping circles lait also
ng the general public.
Mr.
E.
her
.
the
A coin
'll crossed th«
times between May
Tlio average Mine of
HtlOWS tilllt
Atlantic sixte«*
nml liecotnber.
each voyage of tin* Tciibmlo acoord
lug to lier log was six «lays, six hours
ami live iuinut«'s; wlilic that of tin*
City of New York was six days, four
hours
age of
voyuge ipiickcr than lier rival.
1 llfty-ftve miimP's.
: hour and t«*n minutes per
tlic
On* TliuUMtinl OollurK.
T will f orrait tlw above amount. If 1
fail to pr«*ve that Floraplcxion is the
•est. mod ici in* in uxist«*in'«* for l)ys
K*|»sia. ImilgesUou or Biliousness. It
certain cure, ami affords lmnn»«Uat«*
lief, in cases <»f Kid ne v aud Liver
Comp taint., Ner\««us Debility ami (
Floraplcxion builds up
sumption.
t li»» weak system,: and c
other romodUts full. Ask your drug
gist for it and get well. Valuable
book, "Things Worth Knowing." also,
sample taittie sent, fr
t»rc|wld. A«hlr«vss, Cranklin Hurt,
Warren street, New York.
; all i-liarg*
Tim INiny I>|S|MIH«.|| Of.
Iwiys having guess«*«I the cxn«*t
hmIs (458) contained In a
Tin*
numta'r of
pumpkin, the Messrs. Hamburg«.
Ido to award tlu* |H»ny to the
:«'«*s-ful guoss»»r, as propom*«!, and
were placed in s«»nu*thing «»r a «11
Imnnia. Tho diffl«'ulty win hoIv.mI,
however, by Mr. lU«tlu»nlH«i'g«*reoii»liig
ami offering to pay to th«* throe boys
«15 each, 845 In ull. The pro|*oslti«»u
•copte«! after Home reluotaimo,
tlic money pul«l over ami lh«* tin«
csssful gu«*.vs«*rs mu'lc happy.
has the pony for wile at
puid for It. reserving merely the
and brifllo fo* his profit.
Mr. ».
the prieo
ldlo
Slut«* «»f tli«* Thermometer
at tho Ukitdijcan offleo to-day, in tho
shade:
7 o'clock:
13 o'clock:
10 o'clock:
33
28
24
Tlu* \V«*uth«*r.
To-moirow promises to 1*«* partly
cloudy to clearing ami rather warmer,
followed by rain or snow on the coast,
on Friday cloudy to dealing and
rather col«l<
"Disco««»*, dosperat«» grown, bydes
rute appliauees are r«*li«»vcil, or not
nil." Tin* point of wisd<»m ta to
«»heck th«
by buying
Price 25 cents.
38
po
in
far
•li H
tajfore they r
bottle of Salvation Oil.
Dunce of tlu* .1 uul»r ll«»nr«I.
« The Junior Board of iln* Horn
. j imthlc Hosi»ital will give their
«liiiic«» «>f the s«*l
J, at 8
evening. No pulti« I
to make this a grand
lurg«* numlior or tlukots havo already
beeu <iisp«»H4'<l of.
solid
Webster's «Ian- \
Friday I
been spared
■«.<*ss, and a
'clock
. lug aca«h
Fine Slngm.
One of Hi«» cnnnry birds h«» 1«I l»y Mr.
103 East Hocond stre«*t,
•cry desinibh) Now Year's
i»r or mother, or fine
to a Ijolovcd dnughU»r.
and the result
cry respect.
j
Parker, No
will make a
gift from fatli«
'OUllg ■*■
j«»i Inis hint b«* acted
will be satlafuctoiy in
. «»f It. ('. and B. of
Hmoke Dane«»'
L. F. cigars. Heailquiirters, .seventh
und Pine and 41« West Kocoud street.
Milk : Milk!
A full supiil) 'it milk constantly
luiM'l «t l'urtnr». H- K. cor. hcvcntl; »ml
ktodtooii sücot-, one quart or ntty.
Phone Ml.
I
11 K. W
the
to (
from
.•ow.ll bos on bis Stolls, in lh. Third i
#ï'[.lï«"' yön'o" nslî! wldto tb. Si !
Hall! *.!. ' Also a nl.n lot ot tsrraplli.
Tlit* M«h Market.
pr«:
i
Butter taffy ut Ferguson'«,
Th« hikI Somit < < oiiiiiiImn1oii.
The regular session of theKtruet and
Hewer Commission w
In«, whiwi a total balance of *58,30b.W8
P Tied
crmUt of the commission.
City Auilltor John A. Mitchell
od ColluctiolIH
Mid uun
I «ein« in bank to ti**»
On
In
H)l*t
inting to $282.64.
rt«*cn*tary T. I.«*sli«> ( arpent, r reported
«'«diections amounting to 4<8.
The weekly pay-roll
montlily pay-roll, 9318.33; the engi
neers' i »ay-roll «if «703.33; tlw* quarterly
pay-roll «>f W75, wer«* order«*! paid.
The following resolutions. presented
by President Uarpenler wer.* o*l«>pted:
Ita it resolved by the Bourd of Dlrec
tors of tin« Street and Hewer Lfcqiart
*nt of the City «if Wilmington
"That thecoiuawt of tills ueiiartment
Is hereby glveu to the Wilmington City
Hallway t'oui|>atiy, and said «•oinpany,
in o«*c()t*daiice with its communication
to this department of DeeemUir 18,
1HÜ0, Is hereby authoriz«*«! to l<>«*at«*,
1'Xtend, «Miiistfuct and o[a«ratn in «*
nectlon with its 11 ii«*h now in «iiieratlon
the following hruiudi strc«*t railways
«•r extensions from its iiiuiti line an« I
brunch«
"From its trucks at the foot of Fourth
strwfcalong Bridge street to and ov«*r
Thinl street biblgoamlulongChristi
aiiaa\«'iiue to their intersection with tlu*
«•ity line. Westiwly ah mg Fourth street
froru Market to the city line ^>rm«5-i
l.hg »dong Union stie«*t, Lvjr.fourth to
Mitii. with the Ib^afpi .*o«nt opera ta«',,
along rrv»TT7*Ii b Tiv«*t from PliJIjuJolpuia,
o dniington an«l Ballimore r allio «
Fourth ativet, eoimeoting \\ÏÏh
ßwrt»..r.Si«55,Sr
■ •I Delawareavenueaml DuPont sliênt,
Along DuPont to Eighth, «*onn«**ting
with the Eighth stro«»t line; along
si nuit from Eighth to Muryland
*nu«\ along Murylaini uvenue to the
city lin«*.'
Anoth«*r r«*H«>lutlon provides that:
'omnaiiy shall i
and two feet
of *248. iW; tho
V
follown:

IE. ■
! : ■
tracks
It sid«* «jf
'm l* with whatever kind of paviugtlm
Str«*«»t nil«i Sewer D«*purt ment may «I«*
'*i«l«i to pave tho street with, an« l t«»
k«*ep tin* tracks in r«*pair.
must U* <•«
months und must I hi competed and in
operation witliin «»IghUHui montiiK.
The company has not yet fully d«»
chled upon the motive power to b«»
UM!«I. but it. is more than nroimble it
will be ehjctiicity, as it is« ln ap«*r
more satisfactory limit any other.
!
The work
>n«*od witinii tour
('«»okinaii'M K'iiti-rtttlnineiit.
The Sutiduy school «»f ('«mkirnin M.
E. ('luindi gave its Christmas enter
tainment in tlic church, Scott str«*«*t
lictwccn Tliirt«*enth nml Fourteenth,
i delighted
last night
I liât, crowihwl tin* «•hiirch.
uIh-II l«*«l in prayer
iln* \Vorl«l" hud b«*«*;i sung,
tin* Power of .)«*sus Name"
when the following litt li* bilks,
•ml,era of the infant class, imulc
I tli«>
Rev.
after "Jo
Ï
Hid!
Ail
ns sung,
«tiy
t|i«*ir bow
th -i
speech««*:
IkTtha Adams, Nellie Moore, Molli«*
Wurkheiser,
Marsden,
Alice
'kmjcht, Ruth 'J'»»ft, Johnnie
Adams, Irwin Workheis«»r, Ella Ar«*her,
Dollic Rottgcr, Ho-'-si«« MolMe.wll ami
Andrew Dro/Aer. Duets were sung by
Ruth Toft uikI Molli«* Marsden, ami
'î solo by Doliie Rottger.
■y Him* duett was «its«» sung by
! Mrs. Kat** Bottger.
I«* a !;ricf and
Mr. John K
Hkv. W. J.. While
happy arhlress. Hu peri ntendmit Ohne.
E. ik*a l«*nkopf. who i>rcsitl«»«i. w«
,v*nti*il with a 1 »«.«î ut if n 1 l>ou(|m»t and
>liss Mary M. Dillon's class presented
her with a box of hamike
grt*at«»st Interest of tho evening was
centre«I in a iMuintlful cantata called
"Jack Frost," in which t.w«*nt y-six per
, hug«* and small, took port. Mi .
Bottger made a gi ami Kris Kingle ami
Arthur Davis a dapper litth* "Jack
Frost." Tin* «'finiata
«hir«'il and was heartily applauded.
. Candy and
nliiimlnncc
the doxology
CumplK'li prononncod the Ik
llL'frt.
I lir
The watch meeting at Madeley M. E. I
Church commences at 10 o'clock to
night, and will conMnue until [Mist
iniilnight. Through tic* cmirt<»sy of
tlic fiastor it will Ik» conducted by His
•mlK*r of tiiat
•II is probably
•mtMT or tin* M. E.Churcli
she will soon
I lias In*«
.■n
1
aiig«»s were supplied in
tin* scho«»l, aft<*r which
vas sung ami Rev. W.
•diction.
Wntcli .Mirtiiit;.
Mug at Madciey M. E.
10 o'clock
• Elizabeth Powell,
Mother 1*
church,
tin» ohlcst
Mils l'«*ninsula,
enter hcr twt h year.
for
* years a profeoss«»d
Th<* I »ns tor and people
great privileg«*
over ciglity
Chi'istiau.
a
upon tin* New year iu tin* work of tho
«•iiureh 1 «m 1 by tlmir «»hi saint.
When l'.ahy was Kick,
We ra»«» her Coatorta.
Child,
When «he *vi
cried tor Castor!».
When shy became Mias,
him clung
When she liud Children,
Cuatoria.
She gavu them Cuatoria.
Dropped D« iul YYhlle ai YVork.
Ali.kntown, Pa., Dec. f»0. Jacob L.
Ross, u silk ribbon w«*av«»r, while work
tho Pioneer Silk Mill
a widow
)«l gained
to
ing «it his lo
this morning, fell to the floor dead.
Unart <li«e«L«e was ihe cause. Ho was
38 years oi age. ami hvtv«
and several «»hihlren. D«*c
ooiisideraliln notorl«»ty sev«»ral >•«■
lin* ai*tivo agent of
the Law and ()nh*r Hocloty, which
pro««H»uting a number of ii«iuordottleri
in this county.
far
Fine l*uiiltry.
John B. Allen, who is at present
locut«»ii at tin* southensl. ««orner of
Thinl ami King 8lre**ts, has some <»f
Hi«* finest poultry that lias beenoff«*r. (l
«iiliiÿ by Mr! Alirii"h'lniw'li',
{ixl by him for tlw
iwsf tou «iHys. Tho IHIÎ.M ure ro,won
u. 1„. Is killin« fresh iu.ullry.vury,toy.
\ this stsason.
I kill«**! ye
after having Ik»«
a
win' wish som«»th!ng
fine
Si-i/<-d lij tlie t'oiiKtuhle.
Tin* personal property of Mrs. A. It.
Frh»H, of No. «00 King street, has l»oen
by ('«mstabh* Smith
iundlonf's warrant, issuo«l by H*»al«l »V
(Jo., agents for tho owners. There is
also a claim against tlio property by
Philadelphia parly, to which city it is
supposed Mrs. Fries has removed.
Tin* Womlerful H ««**«••
attending the making «ff our beautiful
cabinet photographs at *2.00 a dozen
causes us to offer them a short time
longer ut the popular price. Beecher,
Market, street.
of
»ml
I . uuiwrlm' quality ot toor-i.ly <-utt
W toî STÎVyÂ'* ««> kirk««.
319
Mcerachatim G«»oila.
H F. Bourdon & Bio., cigar manu
i
Si ! which will Is, sold at cost to clos. out.
THF. NEW YEAR.
The
Hmyth
hmni'e
Bwored
year,
Third
Durin«
Post
seven
1 * lack,
also
the
sented
c«*HH4*.d.
JAMES B. WKLCS.
On the rushing tide of life,
Kvor full, yi
Ulunded with
We. like liattl«'-»iil|>rt, are drifting.
While* the ntartllng « hun Jar* boom,
Ami wr«*ok«*l t«nrkn go down forever,
In the fair horizon loom
Hop«« that, urge to new en leaver.
the mir face quiver,
> call them wealth and fame,
Gran at truth, deep in
Flash like tongue* of cloven dame.
I
ir shift tug.
tho smoke of «tri r<*.
Shadows o
And
singing
Post
ju
«if
away
was
the
laln
ful
î
•'"".cpli
whlen
vhws
ever
V -tin * urc rcflis-tr-l atari,
*• iilch comp(*l Ui»* heart to hive
While no Htorin their lirlghteo»« mars.
For their home 1 h high above "
Heaven give* glory t«i the water,
crimson clouds ihat teem
■ wiir tmunera tintin'*! with '■laughter,
All an* pHlntiHl In the stream.
Aral eiiHlirlne«! in oorul mva
1 >«•<•• I* of love are «llamoiuts gleaming.
In tlu-lr <Um*|>, frunuparcut graves,
l.tkc nw«H*t InfaniM brightly «lrcamlng.
M) '
Grief, a willow, stand* vv^Veepa
Oer lhç grmv«; jjjj® 1 * ' llMth 8 ka3lwl.
Aa«t its Hilent v»*Ti g, .«*])*,
" hni tpo "^ht'or day huth l ad«.«!.
M*^nory with her flngiT place«!
Da h« r lip, th«^ past, la nesting,
In thnf magic mirror trat*«*!.
Fuir remote and st'!| roc«»dlng.
means
with
by
cents.
N«dz«>d ?>y M:iHko«l M«*n.
Midulibcowk, N. Y., Dop. 90.— Hurley*
ville Statiiui,
farlo it West«irn Railruml, in Sullivan
County, was the scene lust Satuniay
night «if a White Cup outrage. A I -. T
whlow uam«*«l Parker is housok«*eper |
f« >r John Knapp, a merchant at Hurley- .....
vTIR t.ivin. Z%i2 1 jpW|!';rl8.M^| "
Gertrude Park«*EÂ éiînioTy vlllpgc uçlle, |
who bos had n numlicr or timers. Tho |
favored one has been ReswpU V.u-noy,
a young fanner of the uelghliornood.
Ho s
the New York, On
Omni

in
b«»
it
IsTng tub «inly persons in the house.
About 10 oVlo«*k there came a knock
at tli«» door. Young Vernoy or
I six masked men rushed
In
M'llOtl it,
in und
hour
ties.
roughly Hoize.l him.
Tnoy «Ircw a salt sa«*k over his hca«l
nn«i elioultl(»rs uinl th«*n pinion«*«! his
arms and logs with roiws. Th«»y
ritîü iiim out to n sleigh, mid after
driving some distance threw tholr
helph'se victim out upon a snow-bank
ami drove off. The night was in
timseiy cold, tin* thermometer tanging
xi. The young
*ar perishing. A nciglil
Ik* driving by h«*ard
for assistaueu and releusotl
«*ral «l«*grees Ik»I
Q.
wtio cliunc«*«l
ids erh
him.
Non** «»f tho maskod
lij»s wiiile the work
r opened his
being «lone.
n«»t nn|lf*st«»«l, but
they wer«« «ircadfully frighreue«!. No
arrests have Ih***ti made, :«1«1 the three
o« «*u|iaiits of tic* house say that, the
disguises were so complet«* that they
cannot poep.iv«*ly identify any of tin*
intruders. It is strongly 8iisp«!ctod
tliut the work w«fcs ius})ir*»«l i»y jealousy
«»n tb«« r.iwkof «liscur<icKl riva' j ''«jf
r 'i*-* mid th«*
J,
w«uuen
• •
by
.
The I'll I*«*»
tiyerfiiKQ.
Mxdia, Dec. 80. Honry F. Schmidt
I Ids wif«* Caroline,.confined in 1 Ho
on tho
Ftttzen
).vcr, Mre. Hchiuhlt's stator, In Che»
tIn* 4tli instant, or
G
county jail Imre
Delaware
charge of municring Kl,
Firel
lir
have a
a writ of hnl* a-i corpus,
obj«M*t of obtaining tneif
• their disi'bnrge
iicariiig
with tl
hall
altogether.
'Hi«* |H»titlon asking for tlie writ; was
signiMl by l»oth Schmidt amt his wife,
nneeftesarily
a cluu g«*
* iniiiKHTit. They
h«»»u'ing forthwith, «v.-i other
he confined
of Court met iu
tit ion wft*i preeentwt
Washal*ai glitoJmtge
E. I Clayton at his home at Thurlow. The
to- Jutlge gave an order tiiat the writhe
graute« I, and Deputy l'sothouotary
of Mathews issuml the iiiKsisviry pnpere
His- this afternoon at Media.
and state»! they were u
dctalntsl in the ««ounty Jail
of which they w
:iske«l f<
wiM* th«*y would lmv
until tlic Mun ii
mission. 'lh«*
by Col. l'orry
( lay«
in
W.
E.
A Woman NpcakK in Imllioi CUnigreiM.
The «lclegates to
tli«* Nutional Indian Conference are In
dignant at tin* action of theuuthortltas
at ih'iigal in forbidding ollH*iiita «»f the
lmliiui Government to attend the e
f»*rence even
session it win d«*ci«h*«l to
«lr«»«i native <l«*legut
ITTA, !>«*«■. 80.
« :
for
tho
siM'eUitors. At to-day's
ml a bun
hold a c
coin Loinlon. The Congress also
*d by the f/mdon
1 •
\ otol #25,003 to In
c »inmitt«*«* in advancing tl««» interests
« >f the nativ«* population of Imlia. and
appropriated fbr tlie for
mation of a pcrumimut iuini for tho
samo purpos**. At tho «• os«» «»f lh«*
«•«»iiforom' » Mrs. Gangull,^ graduât«)
or tlio Calcutta ITulviwsLy, moved a
vote of thanks to the cliali man. i'iiis
tlio first tim«» that a female «l«*lo
gat«) ha«l spoken, and the innovation
e\oked f«*rv**nt out liusiaani.
*12, fi
F«.|»ial«* MiioiihIU
Ati.anta,Doc.80. Aunt Fanny Kmith,
a peculiar charo««tor, who. lives at tho
f„ 0 t of Sinking Mountain, fioarTallu
L. lah Falls, has 1 k*«»h ml«'«*d l»y tho
revetmn men, and 800 gallons of illicit
Mill liquor lias boon destroyed. Aunt
Funuv enjoys tho distinctlou of hnv
ing Goon a schoolinato* <ȕ Senator
Joseph E. Brown. While
| bit ions the other w
the wife of
was
of | she Ims raise« 1
was am
humble, anil
) «»f lh*» Hmlth family
a large family of «*lm
uitain.
: «iron at lh** foot of the
; Her husband whs an illi« it «iislill«»r.
■his death slic has continued
i tho tiusinoss. H**r cabin w;i« n favorite
1 resort for all the visitors «..' Hi- Falls.
butter
ai ways got
and si
Thoi 1,1,1 j
of ! »biH*| ' v jüle tin» gentle neu ,
<»f i the illicit arm I« .
(l ( oh> W hat » Cough!
| "'ll! you linml thmvumlmr? TIw kIb
tlw nol porlmpo of tho sure njiu'out-h of
tj.nl more «orrlt.lo diMeu « toisumi.
riskuuddo .ruUU.Of
cure your «*ough. II novel fails. Tills
explains why more than a Million Bot
tles were sold the past year. It relieves
croup and whooping cough at once.
Mothers, do not be without it. ror
lam** back, biild or chest us«* Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. N. B. Danf'>rth, whole
Hule aii«l retail agent, Beooud and Mar
ket streets, Wilmington.
that more terrible diseas
j Hon. Ask y«»ur«olves ifyoi c
fr.
It.
l»oen
»V
is
is
dozen
time
Prices«
CI<
I,. W. Btidlmm & Hon, nuctloneera,
sold at, public sal«* for John W. Banks
of Brandywiuo Hundred» on Monday,
cows from *30 to *57; bulls. *26; shouts,
*7.50; «-hickons, 11 cents a i»ound; tur
keys, 15 «'outs; ducks, *3.50 a pair;
farm wagon, *40. Th« sale was well
attended and bl d«llngjive ly.
Ucueral Spinner Dying.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. ho. -General
Spinu«*r Is «inking rapidly, 'lbere has
Im»«*ii u marked change In hta «'.ondttion
<-utt ln th« lust twot.ty-four hour», «ud II»
; end cannot bo tar- olf.
manu
out.
Memorial Servie«».
The animal memorial services of
Hmyth Post. No. 1, G. A. B., in remem
hmni'e of the comrades who have
Bwored the last roll-call durin« the
year, was held at tlw headquarters,
Third and Kin« streets, on Hun«lay
afternoon and were well attende«!.
Durin« the past twelvo months the
Post has lost seven mendier«, and
seven vacant chairs, draj>e<l with
1 * lack, were plac«*<l in front of the
Commander's is*d«*stal. Each «diair
also luul a lM*auUful wreath, which at
the «'lose of the ceremonies were pre
sented to the relatives of the «le
c«*HH4*.d. The servie««
opened with
singing by tho choir of Wesley M. E.
Church, followed by an address by
Post Commander Solomon. Tin« u«l
ju tant then iwul the names and rei-oi-d
«if tlio comrades who have pass«.*d
away during the y«*ar, und as each one
was finished taps were sounded
iimfll«>d drum. The regular Berylfi« •»*
the G. A. R. was r«?cite«l by t> ^Tchap
laln an«l comm«l«*s, jm*' ^veral beauti
ful seliM'tlonqwc- BunKhy the choir,
î address was made by
•'"".cpli Pyle, the soldiers' friend, In
whlen he t>«ii«l a f««eling tribute to the
<b*eeasod coninid<«B. Department Com
mander Lewis also sjsike, and the s«*r
vhws were closed with singing. It
undoubtedly the lasst ami most,
impressive memorial service tho Post
ever hud.
An enormous amount of hu Hering is
endUrod through ignomneeof the b«*st
means of relief. Thousands suffer
with catarrh, who could bo cured
by Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. Price 25
cents.
A I -. T
|
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" AN v
|
|
KW At'ADKMY
F MUSIC.
Y K A It'S ATTRACTION
THREENICHT8 THREE
Omni MntlncO New Year's and Wednes
day ; December 80, SI, J.munry I,
MISS ADELINE STANHOPE
»
In tho Power.el English Melo-drauia
b^ W y bo it KlcoejJSaq.,
Sin'and Its Shadow
»I
it,
Popular Prices—13, 20, 30, 50
anil 73 CelltK.
Special iirrnugctmmtA mil be made f«.r
hour lit* atthis poo ul nr bonne for Socie
ties. bodges ima Club* by applying *
Blumiger Jennon.
in
.Iiinimry 2 anil 3, Frank C. Htal«*y. In
'A ROYAL PASS/
r'EBA HOUSE.
Q. HAN DO
Three ntulit«. commencing BTomlay. l)o
«•otnborSt, Wc«hi«.*Biloy Matinee,
his
No
tin*
PltlCF.8—7B. UK is. -iSaiul l5i;«mtK.
-—
th«*
|x>f?.Dttr;. Aftcino*n, "Tim AilttUto
Kveiling, ' Tlic S.irncen."
J, J.
Blonduv and Tuesday
• •
THE RED SPIDER.
Wednesday Mntinmand Night
NOBODY'S CLAIM.
, ■
Ho
tho
G KAM» StPl'KIt-Tlli: bADIKS
North Mission «>r lhahilliy baptist
Churoh will givo tlmir first urandsuu)ivr
Y«*ai''a night, In ilia cliupul, on
• Dull«ware uvenue,
i. Tlôketu, 28
lionuflt of tlio
dOO-lt
Idnuoln street
Firel liitilo at
cents. I'loceeU*
a
P
was
g«*
iu
The
to
In
the
HOW ffATCB
bun
also
For the old "Ads" and
schemes to make you
believe you can buy
Clothing for almost
nothing; it's a scramble
from this out for your
trade, and some won
derful arguments will
be produced to convince
you that each is the
place. We're in the
race and offer you a
Splendid assortment for
the season; we have al
most finished taking ac
count of stock and are
making every garment
at a price which must
close out the single gar
ments and suits, as wo
want to shape tho stock
up as clean as possible.
A big trade on heavy
overcoats and pantaloons
during the last few days,
both in Custom and
Heady-made, and all wc
ask is a careful inspec
tion of goods aud prices.
and
for
tho
lh«*
a
i'iiis
«l«*lo
tho
tho
illicit
Aunt
hnv
am
«*lm
Falls.
got
kIb
of
Tills
Bot
once.
ror
whole
Mar
J. T. MULLIN 4 SON,
Tailors, 6th A Market,
Clotliiers, Wilmingtou.
Banks
tur
pair;
well
has
II»
In our reduced
sale of Winter Gar
ments we have about
50 elegant quality,
newest styles Stock
inet Jaekets, which
are considered one
of the come-to-stay
kind of coats. On
account of the supe
rior merits of Stock
îhet, Ft should be the
most popular gar
ment worn by ladies.
Why?
Stockinet is com
fortable.
Stockinet is agree
is
able.
»
Stockinetis dressy
Stockinet makes
»I
up well.
Stockinet, one can
move in it.
Stockinet, y ou feel
at ease in it.
Stockinet fits like
a kid glove.
Stockinet gives
entire satisfaction.
Stockinet will
wear longer than
any other garment
made.
\Ve are offering
the entire line at
great reductions.
About a dozen fine
Silk Seal Jackets,
satin-lined, and in
every way first-class,
at $10; reduced trom
§15.
In
b
1
tice,
the
on
28
tlio
50
ere
not
that
la
the
your
We have about 30
handsome and splen
did quality Silk Seal
Plush Jackets; all
marked down to
will
the
the
a
for
al
ac
are
gar
wo
and
wc
close.
This entire cloak
stock must be sold
this month. Bargains
in every line.
54 inch fancy
cloths, suitable for
early spring wear, at
50c. Fine French
all-wool plaids, 75c.
quality at 62ie. En
tire line of beautifulI
î « . î • j 4. '
French plaids at;
89c. Sold all this !
.w 1
season at $1.
. - . ,
A nice all-wool |
plaid at 37ic.; worth ;
\ . r\mf • I 11
n(|n \ */7 mcil âll-'
«X t 1UVI * "
wool tricot cloth at
25c This is rather a
article at
for
N.
superior
the price. In fact, if
it was not, it wouidj
have no place on
our shelves, as we
do not sell interior
goods of any kind.
KENNARD & CO.
623 Market St.
In

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OF
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of sMmsD m mmm
Ut
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS,
REOPENS MONDAY, JANUARY» 5 .
Persons from io years old to middle age fitted for
BETTER POSITIONS.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Call 8.30 o'clock to 5 daily, or drop a postal
for catalogue. Uay Sessions resumed Ja maty
5U1.
d3I
H. 8. COLDEY, Principal.
e ELY'S CREAM BALM #e2ïïÜ3J
atarrhfI
THE POSITIVE CURE
«PPLY BALM INTO EACH NOSTRIL-?- ALL DRUGGISTS. 50 et».
FLORAL DESIGNS,
MRS. R. WINGERT,
No. 708 King Street,
b prepared to furnish funeral or
1 other designs at the shortest no
tice, of wax, waxine, natural
flower,. or any material used lor
the purpose. All work guaran
teed.
noriC-Jm
(JOA.JL.
50 CENTS PEE TON LOWER
Thua It
» year ago.
Wc would Cftll the attention ol consiim
thoee who have
ere to this tact, and
not already bought tbelr aupply, »ugpeît
that "délaya are dangcrouH." The
wholesale price will ba no
la probability of a s'eady advance timing
the balance of ihe year. From
stock wo can fill all orders promptly and
furnish a Qrat-ciaaa article. Wo solicit
your ordere.
Tho price for all oixea is
, 2.240 lb*.
; there is
targe
fix 35 per
GEO. W.BUSIItfc SONS,
French Street Wharf,
N".-.'»»«"" 11 «"-.
«««j«' -*i*Äa. No c.
' (until) und .Stute of Dota ware, iu
ri|Äi 0 *\" ltm ™*rsr
! hereby give notice timt 1 «hull apply iu
1 writtugto tlie Ctuu-t of General HoMtons
Stateof Deiuwarc, In and for New Cuttle
, Co., on Monday, the 2<I Uny of Feb., A.
| ^ «.d""-, 0 «.»
;
lie«, and UK following respectable clti
aeaeand aubatantlai fw»hol4ara of «Mil
school district recommend the suhl up
a
E. D. R. SUTTON,
838 MARKET STREET]
BARGAINS in Real Estate for
Investors.
Improved property for sale,
paying net 9 and 10 per cent.
Money waiting for good mort
gages. Saving Fund Certificates
for sale, paying semi-annually 5
per cent.
change (or city property.
Good Farms for cx
V
ami Juil Delivery
i
plication, viz:
N. V. Chandler,
Is-.iuo I.tMidoruiun,
John McCall,
o«*or«o Speer,
John Crouch,
Siuuael T.ogun,
William Leaf
(181-3c
Miller Gregg,
C. C. Jone»,
W. J. Uoblnson,
It. F. Duncan,
John MoCullen,
A. J. Wiiluuis,
if
Drunkenness
UBOUUK M. BENNETT.
curt.
DU. HAINES GULDEN SrKUYldKy
It can be given lu a «bp of «otr««
In article« ol looO, without
the patient, l( aaontaarf;
harmleai and wIU anect a permanent
■ peauv cura, wUeltier the patient U a jaoüer
aie dnuker or au alcoholic wreck iT NKV KU i
FAILS. It operate« »otiulell y ana with «licit
-t-rialnty that Uia patient niiüergoe«
c«>nveals nc«, au4 er« he D awara,, lila ewm
1 pieic reformation U eflecied «» p»«« b«H*k
ol particulars
/.. JAS. BELT.
knowledge
I« anaolutel
J
-*- u y
r D«t ►J-tu-l
Market »U, W tlakaitoa.
You At?
With
CfüPpïu
LEA'S
Table Coro Meal,
HOMINY
—AND :
iu
iu
A.
HOMINY GRITS.
5
Penile of Silicate
-AND—
SLLJ& SHOT
—TIIK—
Great Bug and Worm
Destroyer.
BY THE PQTOD OP. EAEEEL
—AT—
J.J. SMITH'S
FOURTH AND SillPLK Y STâ
STREETS
PlîiRFECTION
niipyiA/unT
SrKUYldKy ^ |V | | Il L li I I
KU i
«licit
ewm
b«H*k
J
QUIGLEY S: MULLEN,
107 aud 100 Market Street»
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