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WILMINGTON, DEL., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1891.
•RICE ONE CENT
. GOVERNOR HIGGS' MESSAGE.
eases
HI* View* Upon ttu*Affair* Of Mate—
Ke AmoeAKvery Issue Now
People und Expreme* HI*
and
still
tends.
ture
Opinion Theroon.
Governor Biggs presented his last
message to the General Assembly yes
terday. of which the following is an
extract :
Gentlemen of the Senate and House
of Repreeontalives: The biennial
meeting of tho Legislature is deemed
an appropriate occasion for tho Gov
givo to tho General Assembly
formation as he may possess,
naiacter
sugges
I
need
tho
a
that
ttuoh In
rolativo to affairs of a oublie c
in tho State, und to make such
uona aud recommendations ns ho may
think proper, touching matters that
^ * effla * at * vo Q °Gon during
The Gcnoral Assembly, undor our
Constitution, is vestod with tho whole
legislative power of the State, and is
©my restricted in the exercise or that
power by such limitations imposed
thereon ns may be found In tho Con
stitution of tho State nnd tho Consti
tution of tho United States, and the
laws of Congress made in pursuance
thereof.
I deem It not inappropriate to cull
your attention to the large increase of
private mattere brought of late yours
before the Legislature. Perhaps fully
©no-half of the sessions for somo years
last has been consumed In the consid
eration of business of a private nature,
In which the publio has no interest,
and much of which is cognizable In
the courts, and could bo more properly
>■ disposed of in thoeo tribunals than by of
the Legislature. tion
Desirlng to havo the Stato and hor ed
people oscupe tbe reproach that once
attaches to such legislations, I recom
mend to tho Legislature euch exten- tu
Mon of the Jurisdiction of tho courts
6 ive ample power to hoar and
io all questions of divorce, and
remit the parties who may seek log
islatlve aid in such mattere to tho tri- or
bunals thus clothed with power to hear
them.
State
all
«rill
detorm
to
be
STATE MOBTOAOE.
Tho mortgage for #400,000 hold by
the State against the Junction fc Break
water llallrotd Company matured on
the first day of January, 1890. The
principal thereof remains unpaid, but
the company has regularly and
promptly paid the Interest thereon
oinoe that date. It devolves upon the
General Assembly to take euch notion
In the premises as will best promote
the interests of the State, and pre
Bervo the security of tho debt thereby
evidenced.
ES
the
tho
E
COUNTY TAXES.
The system of collecting county
_ _ ft oxpenpivo and not at all satis
factory to the peoplo. Laws oould
bo easily framed that would more
•(reotually enable those entrusted with
responsible duty to collect the
9 at far less expense, and which
*rould be largely benofictal to those
*rho bear tho burden of government.
i suggest to the Legislature the pro
C icty of amending our collection
wb, so that the burden and expense
of gathering the taxes Imposed by tho
I«vy Court would bo less expensive
and more certain than under our pro
aont system.
Ai
tU ■
I
for
the
conus for us rank hospital. the
Tho Geuer&l Assembly at Its Inst ses
StOh wisely provided for a need that as
bad boen long felt by our most cotiser
votive and refieotivo citixons In atlthor- to
eecablishvient of a Btnte inetl
(V'
icing
tu ijn Jor Ihe care or
with th's in view dlree
i insane, and
the purchneo
of I^ew
ig now
lo
ter
of theP
Oee'Io Ooüllty..Ä thft bn _
used and occupied as an Insane Ho« pl
iai at the çum ox Wventy-Bvo' tho^
fiduofiars, and riftdo ffidvftlbn for
tho payment of same by directing Wft
ftsue of the bonds of too Stato to that
amount Pursuant to this authority,
bonds or the State were duly prepared
■uid executed, and were In fact sold,
Hot a question having been suggested
* id to Inô validity of these bonds, Ü 10
Jmrehasers thereof docllnod to take
the same, nnd the said bonds were ».
terward delivered to and accepted by
tho said Trustees of the P
meut of the purohaac money, and are
still held by that body.
of
by
of
•i
uf
in pay
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
The subject of calling a
tloual Convention, to alter r
the Const! ution of thisState, has boen
agitated for the Inst deoadc.
At the beginning of the late cam
paign in this State all political orgnni
canons declared themselves in fji
. thè GillHTiff Of n CônôtUuUbuai Oonv
' tion for the purpose named. Ypu, Q3
N»»ropn>sbutativai? ef the people, uro
Apeetod to act in the matter and to
Constltu
nnd amend
1
pass an act giving to tho qualified
▼dte s of the Stato The right to aoclde
uestiou. The present Constltu
boen in force fof nearly 00
And there are many thoughtful
who be lie vo that the Welfare
prosperity of the people demand a
sngo or at least tome of ltd pro vis
tri
kaa
FIIEE SCHOOLS.
The importait
for tho eduçation
tbe 8tate, has for many years been
nixed not cm ii by our oitizons
ally, but bv the Legislature,
has from time to time made
Jon to secure that object. Our
ties eohools. established
re than 50 /Sara ago. has been iin
ved by such needed legislation
•riopos»«shown to bo necessary
«fader it efficient fpr the purpose
gnt, and the school fund increased
b tifte to time by such additional
iVere dooiqod noccs
■ I
propor facilities
ehe children of
of
of
ttoie to tlmo
►nffttlons as
6 meot the requirements of the
schools.
DELAWARE COLLEGE.
I congratulate the Legislature and
»«pie at large upon tiio satisfactory
id prosperous condition of Delaware
in its history has
in*UHition been
raglog. It is
to give a thorough
education In literature, science and
4it; and especially In those branches
relating to agriculture and meolianlos.
with a well defined and earnest fac
ulty, the needed apparatus, a large
•ßd well-selected library, healthy loca
e moral surround
e. At
of
b
ar more encou
u
»
and whoiesom»
Delaware Oollege offers rare ad
student«, and it should be
the pftde and pleasure o( our citizens
t to support it in every legitimate
on
to
way.
EBX AOWOULTURAL KXPKBIWBNT BTATIOM,
Olosely allied to Delaware College,
Id under the same control, is the Ag
Experiment Station. Tins
n, as its name implies, is one
aa maintained solely In Uft
Deft
:
ui
Bwuno
itereet of agriculture, and
are ft nrodmiinentiy un agtioulturai
she should reap the higbeet afi
re«. The work of the station ft
aud may be gold
but begun, for muuy of the
«nte will keoeasanly have to
arough several eOMMft'
aheady its great Mae
te,
oajTito on
ve yem«; but
y
fulness lias been demonstrated in the
dureront branch« of husbandry. Ke
in the destruction ot dis
eases and insects that Infest our fruit,
at
he
a
ed
piH-I.vlly
&
and tiio discovery and application
remedies. This usefulness will ba
still further increased as its work ex
tends. Its energetic director Is well
supported by an Intelligent staff of
oo-laborcrs, whoso good work la being
recognized all over thè State. It ft
greatly to be hoped that the Legisla
ture will extend such aid to the Ex
it
périment Station as will make It most
effective In the work it Is trying to ac
complish.
MILITIA.
rt of the
you all
atlon to tho
I herewith present tho
adjutant-general,
need oil informât!
militia of the State. Notwithstanding
tho fact that tho report presents tho
condition, needs and wants of the
militia fully, I foel it a duty as well
a pleasure to call attention to tho
greatly Improved condition of this
branch of tho State service under the
efficient and able management of
thosoat present Intrusted with
that duty. The suggestions and
recommendations of tho adjutant
goneral should receive your careful
consideration, and Buch legislative aid
will still furthor aid in
organization in
K b on
Two yeare ago I called tho attention
of the Uonoral Assembly to tho coudi
tion of the State Library, and suggest
ed that something should be done at
once to remedy the unsatisfactory ar
angomont there existing. Tho Leglsla
tu re fallod to take any action, and m a
result all tho shelves me filled and
hundreds, if not thousands, of very
valuable books are laying
upon the floor, being ruined
or spaco and propor care,
In
granted
making tho militia
which all citizens will take pride.
uro«» or as* stat» chemist and
STAT» HOARD OF HEALTH.
The reports of the State Chemist and
State Board of Health Will give you
all needed Information in relation to
those deportments.
STATE LIBRARY.
in put*
for want
world's fair.
I take pleasure in transmitting for
Information and considérât!
accompanying official letter from
National Commissioners from this
Stato In tho World's Columbian Com
mission, relative to tho World's Pair to
be hold In Chicago, In 1898. which has
been quite recently proclaimed by the
President of tho United States. In
view of the national and Intel-national
character of tho exposition; tho Im
portant event of which It is commem
orative,and tho benoiiclal résulta which
to be attalnod by it—as well as by
the natloa at
ES
the
tho several tttatos
large— it bchoovos the Legislature to
give tho matter such serious consid
eration as its importance justifies, and
E rovldo for such participation thoreln
y Ibis Htato as may be deemed
proper« and may beet promote tho sub
stantial Interests and industries of our
people.
PARDONS.
A list of repriovoa and pardons is
herewith transmitted, and uxy reasons
for granting tho same.
BBIBERY
ELECTIONS.
In a Republican government, where
the people nre tho rightful source of
powor, whatever tonus to their moral
and intellectual elevation, furnlehos
the Bürest guarantee for tho oontlnu
anro of free Institutions In fuct as well
as In namo, while everything that
weakens the virtue of tho people tends
to the subversion of the liberties,
which such institutions are designed
lo
1 secure.
The corrupt uso of money In elec
tione ft believed to bo fearfully
luoreose In this country, And Is a mat
ter of serious regret to thoughtful
men of .'11 political parties in every
ou the
10
believed
In some
>f tno dbutifry.
feShlt of the dec
that the
of tho States, where tho voters are
nearly equally divided between partios,
has of late years boon determined by
bribory of oloctoro, thus defeating
by suoh corrupt means a fair expres
sion of the popular will In tho ont
of high public officials. The us^
su,ch means to control the
elections, unless oorrectod, mult ulti
mately Impair If it does not destro
the value of our form of govern men
No higher obligation can rest upon
tbe General Assembly than the duty of
guarding by legal enactment
liy. of eloctioaa in tills State.
It is liellevltl by some that penal
providing for the punishment
of persons guilty of glylniT or.reav
ing bribes," directly or" indirectly,
would furnish a remedy for tho evil
referred to, while others Insist that
such statutes shot
by a system cf vötip« différent Brom
the system nqw io m tins State.
In my cpiiifon a law removing spnh
voter from the control or supervision
of others would do much toward
breaking up the evil.
tin
film
I
uf
Q3
uro
to
tho pur
statutes
1
ed
00
a
vis
FEDERAL RELATIONS.
In passing from the consideration of
affairs of tno State, which I have im
perfectly noticed, tö tho contempla
tion of tho relations of the State with
the Föderal Government, I am serious
ly impressed with misgivings os to tho
future of tiio American Republic, and
for the perpetuity of our free institu
tions, unless tho people are aroused to
the dangers that threaten the rights of
tho States.
In tho maintenance of tho Federal
Constitution land tho limitations
Which it imposes on Föderal authority,
the pooplo of Delaware as well as tho
people or all states have deep and
abiding interest and it bocomes tho
duty uTiko of the Gonerul Assembly,
the Immediate representative of the
peoplo of this State,
chief executive officer to protest
against the iwssage of a
viously unconstitutional and so inimi
cal to the liberties of the people.
Benjamin T. Bioos.
iin
of
the
well as Its
ob
has
is
and
fac
When Baby
•tek,
We «•▼* her Casteria.
1 a Child,
She cried for Cwtoria.
When ahe
When she became Ml**,
Bhe dung to Castoria.
ad
be
When she had Children,
She gave them Oaatorfa.
Ag
Tins
one
Uft
Fresh Fish and Oyster*.
Downes &. I'etltdomange, successors
to David A. Voweli, N
Madison stroet, dealers
dock, lake pike, white l
yellow perch. Oysters,
cents per quart. Delivered free in oil
parts of th e city.
Good Batter—Dow Price«»
318 and 529
"uSnSj
25 80 and 40

tool
n. n
afi
ft
gold
the
to
Mae
William B. MoGarrity, No«. 51, 63
ond 58 Third street market, has on
hand choice creamery butter; also tub
ÂÎS-V"ioSÂon&. Clll>eaa
He Never Smiled.
Now York Evening 0un.
He came into a oar on the Sixth ,
Avenue L. road at Twonth-third street
Chrlsdias, and everybody had
at least ono bundle. He had a chair,
carefully and olosely wrapped In soft "»per
brown paper. He looked around and
saw that aU the seat» were taken. Into
Then he made a motion os if he in
tondod to ait down on the ohair, but !
he seemed to think better of It, and he ; Ion,
stood behind It, with his hands on the
back, and rested himself that way. tion
At the next station a gentleman and by
a little girl came aboard.
"Let your little girl sit on this chair," two
said the man courteously. "She might be
just as well, and she won't hurt It."
This offer was gratefully accepted, ton
and the little girl was lifted to a seat. , First
Presently there eamea sound of music. &ex
into tho oar. It sounded oe if it had j
come a long way in order to let the'ftf
folks in the oar near it on Christmas 1 Ueu
Eve. It was a composition that had i
become popular at one time, called and
"Down Weut MoGlnty." but it was mako
inexpressibly sweet. ! that
Soon those in the car began to realizo I
that the muslo was right in that car, ftoard
and at last, after tho Uttle girl had
tUlgeted about a lot, half of those in
tho car discovered the musical chair
began to laugh, while tho other i
roso from their seats and wonder- were
ed what it was all about few
Tho man who ownod the chair stood. wore
looking straight ahoad with a calm £L h
faoo. The father finally began to laugh, iTift
although h Ä 0
angry, and when they got out at Thir
ty-ninth street the Uttle girl said good
by to the man with the chair. | to
Thorocume into the oar then a young
with a largo cane, a small mus- . wn
tocho, a big boutonniere and a pretty , ft "
girl They were all very swell.
Tiio man with tho chah bowed Ms Mtal
urottloot aod oald to tho young mau: 1
'•Your lady may sit down hero If oho wore
likes," war
"Oh, thsnk you, thank you." They at
both spoke at once, and "his lady" sat 5 n
down, while every passenger In tno car
leaned forward with an air of expec
tanoy. The young man bent over his
panlon and said pretty tilings
to her, while the face of the owner stops
took on a stony stare. i or
Again came the music, far off at first '
then drawing nearer and nearer, until ■ *2°°
Anally there was no mistaking its
source. This time It was an old-ttmo J
jig tune. "Pretty Poggy." 1 1)0
'Ytttret tho young^woman looked !
pleased; then, when she realized It oll, I
she became confused. She moved
about uneasily, as if sho would Uke to
get away from tho hidden spring, but
theolog tune kept up and took on ! ,
variations. i that
Hor escort bit his lip and looked at
the owner of tho chair os if he would stu
it
bau
mu
ilko to fight, but couldn't quite com-, «*«,
prohend that stony stare. The lias- '
songera In tho rear of tho car heard al1
tho sound of suppressed laughter and anoe
loft their seats to crowd forward. It P,
wnan't at oil poUte, but the orowd did j
It. They roared with laughter, and i
then the guard shouted "Fifteenth \
street!" The pair went off, both red in :
tho face, and when at the next station j
the man with the musical chair and
the Btoay etoro went ou* lie was
cheered, but he never smiled.
and
Marriage Not a Failure.
Roanoko World.
A reportai- asked an old tanner wl,et
ho thought about the question, "Is
marriairo a foilurof" IU nmlinri
"What? marriage ' Well lots* lee I
There's L^Stody Site uu u tho mSS
in' kindles tlnf fire milks sir îlîïï
SH3&S?3
SaêêsôÜpSfïœsS
ÄÄEÄ. ffV maVdo "\
life a great euooese, eir !
of
Colds, coughs, brouohltte, aud all
throat and lung diseases are effectively
treated with Ayer's Oherry Pectoral.
To neglect the use of proper re mod lea
for thoso ailments, Is to lnduoo con
ta „„I a *•„ _
sumption, whloh is sold to oauso one
sixth of tho mortality in attclviUsed ;
countries.
I
a
Commencing January 1st, wo will
».ve away 100 choice lots within !
twenty-five miles of Denver, Col. I
These lots are on the railro^ umm
corn bered and dee'.râuio. size of lots,
25x125 foeL. Soiul on your full name
and address, with two cents for post- 8°
will mall you a warranty
lot. Address James A.
Frank A. Mitchell, No. 413 Shipley
roofs free of chargo.
AS GOOD -A." COLD.
A lleautifui Ix»t in Colorado Free.
ffi
ed
age, and
deed to
Foarco, Parker, Col.
of
to
of
An Agreoablo Man.
Now York Herald.
"Harkins is tho most agreeable man
I know."
"In what way does he show it?"
"Why, when he'd upset a pint of
my trousers he was just
he could be.
glad the wine was dry."
ch&mpagno
cheerful atout it
Bold he
Sheward & Chandler sell the above
goods, and all kinds of feed, hay and
straw. Tiy our heater coal, it is not
excelled in the market. Phone 110.
Yards South Bide. Branch office Sec
ond and French.
Its
Wonderful Su
attending the making of
cabinet photographs at
causes us to offer them a short time
longer at tho popular price. Beecher,
815 Market street.
beautiful
$2.00 a dozen
if
Smoked Herring end Fl*li.
I will have smoked Nova Beotia her
sttlo at 515
ring and white Jfth
King street, next to City Hall yard,
Saturday morning and night.
HeNUY G. tiAVILLE.
Wilmington Commercial College
pens on January 5. Now pupils
lied daily, 8.80 to 5. Day and
send for
Re-o
( oil
evening
free catalogue.
A beautiful complexion follows the
MSU
of Dr. Bimms' Vegetable Liver
the great liver and kidney
Sugar coated; 25c. Depot, Fourth and
King. Bold by druggists.
oil
529
w
40 ' Vo combine with fine work pronipt
ness and low prices. Wllmingt
Printing Co., 309 Blfipley street,
phone 521.
I! £
63 Painful teething, colic, diarrhoea pre
on vented and cured. Hoofier's Anodyne,
tub — -
1 ^| l , Ü W^ a t U 2 y 0 u Ol ..'^^i"r
The Adjutant General'* Report.
The
the
week,
look
thiof
ping
7 'You
"O,
guest,
sion,
ulster.
to
go
will
silk
a
band.
derby
was
to
The report of Adjutant General
, Kenney hw been prepared andwül be
fubmitted to the Legislature. The f ol
lowing is a summary of it:
The strength of tfie national guard,
"»per the returns Just made, 1s 567
officers and enlisted men, organized
Into one regiment of infantry, (eight
companies), and one squadron of
! cavalry, (two troops). I am of opin
he ; Ion, and would most respectfully
recommend that the present
tion of the Infantry should bo
by abolishing tho existing regimental
formation, and Instead a formation of
two battalions of four companies each
be made. This oould be done, so that
Companies A, C, Fand H, ol
ton and Now Cast
, First Battalion, and
&ex oompaniea,B, D, E and G, would
j constitute the Second Battalion, each
the'ftf which to be commanded by a
1 Ueu tenant-colonel. Then going a step
i farther and forming the two battalions
and tho squadron into a brigade, would
mako the most perfect organization
! that could bo had.
I The law limiting the strength of the
ftoard to ton (10) companies should be
changed, and the limit made n the
in number of men, say not to exceed 1,000
. , iüun .
i The encampments of 1889 and 1890
were held at Brandywine Springs, a
few miles west of Wilmington, and
wore each a success a practical
£L h °ol and tfalnlug of the troops,
iTift total expense of tho encampment
0 rim wbu Wp,lKS0.37, «d that of
WHW» Th° lncraaaoaoost of these
oncaiupmonte, one over the other, Is
| to bo accounted for by the increased
amount of nocoseary camp and garri
. wn equipage purchased In each year,
, ft " d which are assets in hand, and
Bhould bo treated us a credit on tho
Ms Mtal onoammnent oiponaos.
1 he reeor.la of tho soldiers of Dola
oho wore "'° BoTolutlonsry twj, tho
war of 1812, and the Mexican war, are
at P™"» nt unolsssUlod and otorod In
sat 5 n °" wooden oaso in tho ofllce of
car Secretary of State, where they are
destined, in the end, to become lost
his destroyed. These are valuable
matter of Store history, and some
stops should[be takou to preeervo them
i or tlieir oontente. ....
' 8a * Ary °* tbe adjutant general Is
■ *2°° Pff annum, a »uin leas than
its enough to pay his uooessary expenses,
J ho . motto the work that
1 1)0 done by this officer is worth a salary
! o»«' •«"* •'• s00 .ß» ***■ '
oll, I ** 410
report that threo of tho company
to Ionizations bave purchased or b
but armories.
on ! , In conclusion Gkneral Kenney shows
i that considering
at from the general g
stu .te for the milli
ming
would form the
j Kent and Sus
fa
of
in
Tho
his
old
years
Th9
The
their
—in
to
I
fall
liest
is
the
gist
01
ulit
tho money drawn
it by this
lia, amounting to
com-, «*«, 001 . 01 , there is ftft, including in
lias- ' teilet, after deducting the expenses or
al1 euoampments thus far hold, a bal
and anoe due July 1st, 1891, of $11,M7.54.
It P, r<n l?Ç that thus far tho National
did j Guard has not cost the States cent.
and i
\ Physician* Have Found Out
in : That a cotamination and foreign ela
j m'ont in the blood, developed by indl
and ivestion is the cause of rhoumatlsiu.
was îhia settles upon the eenslUTO sub
cutaneous covering of the muscles
and ligaments of the Joints, causing
constant and shifting pain, and aggro
gating as a calcareous, chalky deposit
wl,et ^!l ( ^S, 8U NX,,r Iin whl?| l f' U>r '
"Is u joints. No fact which
porionce has demonstrated in regard
lee I Hostotteris Stomach Bitters, has
stronger evidence to support than this
namely that this medicine of oompro
3~SwSS
SaêêsôÜpSfïœsS
"\ U S.dv g f r ,u'n,aïartàï lB f o , v^ a con
denj g 60 (fmt you B et tho genuine.
ovenuneo
says
ing,
of
of
was
in
nig
all
lea George Kennan, tho celebrated Bus
con- «tan travel« «nd wrttor, will gtvo tho
_ third entertainment of tho Stanley
one- OOUI ™ ttt u,o Opera House this
; ing. Ilia suri«.!*, uy requeat, will Ijo
'Russian Political Exiles," and from
what he had tiîGifttaéâ Aud
AMUSEMENTS.
No
OPERA HOUSE.
rû dur
the
ing
ing his travels in Kiberia, there is
a doubt but ho ft IjiiVy oompetout to
treat it lu an mtelTIgênt and interest
ing manner. Tho lecture will be illus
trated and will prove one of the most
entertaining of OiA entire course.
"Hunsot Rock or the White Capa»
will Warning," a now and powerful niolo
! drama, will bo presented to-morrow
Col. I night and tor the remainder of the
umm- week,
lots, Tho
name whoso
post- 8° P9.R u * a ^ In JU ilmliigton. hunsot
Book" has for its motive tho denerni
A. nation of the "White Cap Order" of
the West. It ft founded
the presentation of this drama will
show In vivid colors the workings of
who luive been guilty of
barbarie cruelties. The scenic
said to be fine, and Mr.
Meredith is surrounded by a first-class
company.
for
a«;
Hairy Meredith,
anch 10"
facts, and
man
of
just
be.
of
it
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
closing performance of 'The
Boy Tramp" will l>e given at the Acad
emy tills evening. Tho audiences thus
far this week have been fair, and all
who attended have boen gratified with
the very excellent mannor that this
play has lieon presented by Madamo
Neuville and her son Augustin. Tho
house should be crowded to-night.
The Parisian Folly bpoctaoular Com
pany will com me«co
to-morrow evening for the remainder
the week. This ft the largest and
anization of the kind
before the public nnd consists of thirty
talented artists.

above
and
not
110.
Sec
engagement
time
dozen
besl
Leave hopo beifind,
Ail ye who enter here!
tiio dire warning which Dante
the portals of tho inferno, ho
the cruel verdiut of your frionds
if you are overtaken bv» the first symp
toms of that terrible disease, consump
tion. "Leavo hope behind! Your flays
numbered!" And tho struggle
in despair,
ft hope!
Discovery
has cured hundreds of càsos w
her
515
yard,
against death ft glv
But while there is iif
Dr. rieroe's Golden
K
pupils
and
for
•o, ther
Medical
than yours; and it will cure you, If
taken in time. But delay ft dangerous.
No powor can restore u wasted lung;
tho "Golden Medical Discovery," how
ami will arrest tho disease.
the
Liver
and
Oy*
Fresh line of oysters received daily
Klliott & Clark's, 110 East Fourth
street. Customers aie invited to call
aud examine.^ Elliott & Clalk.
£
Fiank A. Mitchell, No. 418 Shipley
street, takes pleasure in examining
roofs free of charge.
pre
Bush's. French street Whaif, is the
plaoe to buy your coal.
Butter toffy «1 Ferguson's, II E. 2d
Chicago'« Nervy Thieve*.
The botel-thlef Is a man of tierve, says
the Tribune, of that city. One day last
week, when an Illinois politician
sitting on bis overooat In on of the
plush-covered cliaire
Tactile, discussing the
look with an acquaintance, the polite
thiof stepped up to the guest, and tap
ping him gently on the shoulder, said:
7 'You are sitting on my overcoat, sir."
"O, I beg your pardon," replied tho
guest, as he lifted himself from his
garment, and, continuing hla discus
sion, let tho fellow walk off with a $6«
ulster. Hie guest told his experience
to Mr. 8am Parker, who extended
consolation: "O, that nothing,
go back to the same chair and the
will come back and steal your shoes."
Last Monday the thief of nerve en
House. A
busily engaged in wrl
silk liât woe on tho
inches from his elbow,
a black derby without lining or sweat
band. When he departed he wore the
guest's 3*9 silk, having tho worn out
derby bohind. But the man of nerve
was not satisfied with that He paid a
Palmer House messenger boy 26 oents
to carry this note to nft victim: "0,
whore did you got that hatt" This
the first intimation, lift guest had
a guest was
easy chaire
out House.
a
Is
at the Grand
Senatorial out
A
by
W
B
this
You
thta ;
the Palmer
g at tho desk
Bis
ible not two
lie thief wore
fa red the
was si
of his loss. Not long ago i
taking a nap in one of the
in the rotunda of the Treiq
Tho thief stepped up to him, removed
his new hat from his head, and left an
old akiugh it its place.
Coffined Jewelry.
The largest amount of Jewelry
known to be In a slngMi
grave
buried in Greenwood Cemetery Boveral
years ago, sayB the' Now* York Press.
Th9 l ulertaki r who hadnhargo of tho
funeral protested against it, but was
soverely snubbed for his interference.
The family had their way, and
grave is buried fully $ 6,000 i
diamonds,
decked when prepared for burl
Sometimoa families who desire to bury
their dead in the clothing worn in life
—in evening or wodding dresses, for
instance—substitute leas costly imHa
lations for the Jewelry worn In lire,
partly from motives of thrift and
partly from a suporstitloua feat- that
anything taken off a body When It is
roady for the tomb will bring
to future wearers.
in that
worth of
with which tho
Ml ! •:
One Thousand Dollar*,
I will forfeit tho above amount, If I
fall to prove that Floraplexlon Is the
liest medicine in existence for Dys
pepsia, Indigestion or Biliousness. It
is a certain eure, and affords immediate
relief, in cases of Kidney and liver
Complaint, Nervous Debility and Con
sumption. Floroplexion builds up
the weak system, aud cures where
other remedies fall. Ask yoar drug
gist for It and get well. Valuable
book, "Things Worth Knowing." also,
sample bottle sent free; *11 charges
prepaid. Address, Franklin Hart, 88
warren street, New York.
f
to
or
'
Terrible Aooldent to » Sleighing Party
A special fjrom Northampton, Mass.,
says a Central Massachusetts train at
Hadloy, at 5.80 o'clock Saturday
ing, struok a team containing six
young peoplo on tho crossing and In
stantly killed Henry, eon of Dr. J. B.
Learned, and Mabel R , daughter of
Itov. Frederick A. Hinckley, of tho
Congregational Society.
» wore killed. The own
pants of the'sleigh
of Judgo Bond, of the SuprenieCourt;
Edward Bond, a cousin of Charles;
Annie Flympton aud Lula Adams, all
of whom were injured. Mis* Adams'
itojurios ar j most severe. The lieeh
was torîr from her faoo and ope eye
injured*. Edward Bond's leg
bruised, Henry Learned, who ..
tilled, was a student at the Agricul
tural College, and Miss Hinckley
about IT years old and was welt known
in this city, her father having filled the
pulpit at Longwood.
Both
hotss
(Munies, son
tho
Ijo
Dow to Cuia
Simply apply "Swathi's OtNTiceirr.''
No internal incdlctno required. Cures
tettor, cczoin», ltoh, all eruutions on
fuco, hands, nose, eto., leaving the *
and healthy. It* great
Cnrativo power* are pos
othor retne<ty* Ask your
ÜWAYSK'fl ÜIN rUSNT.
clear, w
healing u
aefsed by
druggist
Ofllce
At tho regular monthly meeting of
the Delaware Fire Company last even
ing tiio following officers were elected
ing yew: President,
Theodore ii. Pratt; vlm-president,
Charles Ruth; recording
James Gannon; financial
John C. Williams; treasurer. Joseph
Cannon; trustees. Theodora JI. Frhlt
John 0. Williams, WUiiaui L^u, u
committ**»*, iVm. J. Mtyiwoil,
, Robert Jenkins; inves
tigating committee, Jarnos Gannon,
Robert Jenkins, £. B. Windsor, Chus.
Rutil, E. Edwards; foreman, Robert
Jenkins; assistant foramen, John 0.
Williams, James Gannon, Charles
Ruth, William Lloyd, Goorgo Iiart
Electnil.
to
the
of
will
of
Mr.
for the
secretary,
secretary,
James (J&ni
and
Jack Frust 1» Coining.
Now is tho time to got ready for
him by laying in your Goal for the
winter. Order it from A. Sergeant,
No. 10« Maryland avenue, or
and King street«. Our cool
cover and screened under our
supervision. Kindling wood in large
loads. Western oats a speciality, baled
hay and straw by the ton. Yard, 106
Maryland avenue. Telephone, 645.
Central ofllce, Keveuth and King sts.
Telephone, 587. Open in the
Iligh K«^'commendation*
of Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic Balsam:
Said a lady, it oured eases iu my family
which were marvelous cures. Sh«
it is tho btist lung mcdieinc eve
Said a gentleman, it saved iny wife
from dying from consuinptlou ten
years ago. So wo con give them rig lit
along for ooughs, oolas, sore throat,
and the cough In tho grippe it ft
splendid. 60c. and$l. Sold by drug
gists, DopOt, Fourth and King.
Mlihl Milk!
A f '.dl supply of milk constantly
hand at Porter's, S. K. oor. Seventh and
Madison streets,
Phono «41.
all
this
Tho
and
tiovsnth
is under


ho
fifty.
qui
Blag roofs made and rejaired by
Frank A. Mitchell, No. A18 dftpley st.
If
»»1
M Vf
Halo.
1 slightly used Behning piano, $ 200 .
Behuing piano, f£7l5.
r Aiatiiushek piano, fl50.
1 second-hand Knabe pit no, 9lô0.
1 blason ;
$140, tor «65.
1 nearly
call
and liuinlin
1 organ, cost
H. F. i)oi.xij:N,
No. 710 Mtukoi
vti eet
ne, Come ^11.
and examine our line of fgicy goods.
Wo have a complete assort kent at the
Khann^u, No. 305
lowest price«. T. A.
West Second street.
Take your shoes or rubbnfc ta A. F.
Brown, liio Chippey «tiaut, lor re
pairs.
the
2d
to
tho
lag
tion
living,
every
life.
than
all
an
the
tho
his
$6«
en
the
out
a
"0,
had
was
LETTERS RECEIVED FROM AIX
PARTS OP THE STATE.
A Sample Communication That Wu
Received Recently by Dr*. McCoy and
Wlldman From Mr.Thoma* Kellelier,
of Tyrone, Who Wo* a Great Sufferer
From Catarrh Until They Cored Him.
hands.
his
head,
able
Do
si one
I
The good that Dr*. McCoy and Wllcl
mnn are doing 1 * vouched rpr every day
by people in this city and throughout the
State of Pennsylvania, as well a* New
Jersey Maryland and Delaware. Every
day they receive letter« from nattent*
who have boon great sufforev* fr
firrh and who have either boen cured
right by them or greatly relieved,
t they find life swoeter by far than it
before they went under tho oat*
Dre. McCoy and Wlldmap. To th
who live at a distance it may be well
state that by «ending for a symptom
blank and fining It out by answering the
attestions ftocurntely, Dre. McCoy and
W ildmun con treat thorn successfully by
malj^a* many hundreds of persons
llere ls a letter rooently reoelred from
Mr. Thompson Kelle her, of Tyrone, Pa.,
which 1* on the main lino of the Penn
sylvania Railroad, near Huntingdon aud
Altoona. Mr. Kelleber felt so grateful
for whatDrB. McCoy and Wlldman hud
done for him that he sent them volun
tarily this communication, and had
B loture sent to them also for publloo
on. Thfc Doctor* lu tum handed the
letter and
this
;
or
By
Inge
age
win
who
Idlo
youth,
ness
and
tain
the
and
bo
It
a
an
the reporter.
picture
The letter follows:
tho
was
life
for
lire,
and
that
is
of
?
Ing
and
sor
ing
nurse
want
dren,
Price
A
•:
11
I
the
It
up
88
MB, TH08. KELLEHEB, TYRONE PA.
"Tyrost*, Pa., Ootnber II, 1890.
"Doctors Moiwr and Wildmaw, 1822
Chestnut streot, Philadelphia, Pa.
"I take the Philadelphia Ptotitand
in It the reports of the groat amount of
f ood you are doing for people
ho oonntry in tho way of ourlngoatarrh
aud removing polypus from their
and 1 know 1
•nd head wore In a bad condl
oatniTh and polypi before I
1822 CUcstuut street,
have cured
the
my
that I feel Wee a
man. I would not take any money and
have my none tike it tons he/ore /
18*2 Chestnut street. And the amount you
r^e is nothing in comparison to the good
V< "Vn conclusion I will say this: I think
your oharge* are very moderate and
within the reach of all, nnd I would
ommend tiny person who 1* sufferin
with catarrh to go to Dr*. McCoy and
lldinnn, of 1822 Choatnut street, Phlla
dolphiu. Very respectfully,
Thomas Kjb
"T yrone, Blair County. Fa."
Mr. Kelleber *ent n postscript letter
later, which read* a* follows:
"TYit hh. Ta.» October 27, 1890.
•'Dm. McCoy awd Wiêomam:
"Yon avo welcome to publish my let
ter of Ootober 11. My brothoror nlsco
will bring my plcturo to your ofllce.
iteepeotfully, Thomas KBLUntSH."
Mr. Kelleher's brother, to whom he re
fers, 1*11 r. John Kelle her, who resides in
Philadelphia, nt 102 Bainbrldgo street.
Dr*. McCoy and Wlldman furnish
medicine* free and their charge* for
treatment are so reasonable that they
within the reach of all.
at
six
In
B.
of
tho
all
lieeh
eye
the

A.
Vf.
J.
J.
Brad
W.
II.
P.
W.
Both
son
DOCTORS
McCOY and WILDM AN,
Cures
great
pos
your
Belltvne Hospital, New fork,
Office, 1822 CHESTNUT ETBEET,
rilll-AOKLl-IIlA,
Where All Curable Diseases are
Treated With Success.
If you live at a dlstanco write for a
Symptom lilank.
Consultation "*
Office'
of
even
u
inves
Chus.
0.
Iiart
1 or by mail free.
*. m.|1 0 » A n. m.: 7
dnily. Sundays, 9 to
If you write eucloae lour ce
stamps.
J3-7
for
the
large
baled
106
sts.
wife
ten
lit
ft
drug
and
See That You Are Supplied
With
under
LEÄ'S
Table Corn Meal,
HOMIISTY
fifty.
—AND
by
BY
HOMINY GRITS.
200 .
fl50.
cost
the
305
F.
re
To Toons People Doily Employed.
Young men and woman apprenticed
to trades and business realize lar
tho importance of thoroughly master
lag an industrial or commercial voca
tion whereby they cannot only make a
living, but aooumulate capital
every way advance their position In
life. They havo a higher ambition
than that of being a common laborer
all their life.
Horaoe Greeley said every young
an should havo a two-fold education.
So he could earn
Ml
oi I
an tncomo by his
hands. 2. So hecould get a salary for
his head work The excellence of borne
vocation that employs both hands and
head, and each In a financially profit
able mannor, is beyond question.
Do our young men know that they
exactly accomplish that result by
faithfully attendlug the evening
si one or Goldoy*8 Wilmington Com
mercial College at Eighth and Market
streets?
I
it
the
by
hud
the
or
By here studying during the
Inge of a period of tlmo which la
paratlvoly a very brief part of all aver
age life time, they get a vocation by
*ch they can earn a salary; and that
ie for the main reasons why
desired. Thus. If they lose
bocome disabled they can
win their Income by head work.
uoated mechanics,
who have avoided tho Immorality or
Idlo evenings during the season of
youth, are tiio ones who get the higher
wages, who become foremen and busi
ness proprietors. The commercial
education, tho frugal, industrial
self-disciplinary habits elevate their
ambition and give them the assistance
and qualifications essential to tho
highest and best success they oan at
tain in life. At Goldey*s night school
the essential branches of
and practical business education
bo mastered. All employers and all
parents of boys should encourage this.
It Is a noble sight to visit these even
the young ladies
a limb
But tho better
■ ■
BnglJ b
Ing sessions and
and gentlemen eagerly engaged in
studying business, arithmetic, book
keeping, business forms, penmanship
d practical spelling. These evening
asions are Mondays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays, 7.15 to 9.16 o'clock. Profes
sor Goldey likes to see applicants on
Monday evenings. This oollege has
aed many to pursue the path of
success in life.
The students range in age from 10 to
year*. No man, that wants to study
a learn, la too old to go to on even
ing college like this, where there ft no
the instruction ft
to each one.
Stop it at onoe. If you see your
nurse giving the baby either laudanum
(xirugorlo, stop It at once. If you
want a good medlolne for your chil
dren, get Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
Price 25 cents.
11
embarrassment, as tlx
individual and private
PA.
1822
of
STREETS
PERFECTION BUCKWHEAT.
a
and
you
good
and
and

QUIGLEY A MULLEN,
AGENTS FOR WILMINGTON.
A. it. Gllieeple A Co., Ka 8 K. Second st.
Vf. U. Lloyd, No. 705 King et.
J. P. AUmôml A Cd., Eighth and Market.
J. W 1er. 1209 Market and 809 Ktne «te.
Brad way A Milter. Eighth fend King t
W. E. Frank. 609 King st.
II. H. Hulfinuton. Eighth and Tatnall.
P. IF. BlaOkiston. Ninth and Orange eta
W. B. Moore, Del. ave and West
A
>l
»
i
f.
Uflltl
11 u ui m
81 tm OT OT MR
-OF
GOLDEY WILMINGTON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
-AND
SCHOOL OP SHORT-HAND AND TYPE-WRITING
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS.
OPEN MONDAY, TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENJNQS.
Versons from lo years old to middle age fitted for better positions.
Enter at any time.
NO CLASSES.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Call 8.30 o'clock to 5 daily, or drop a postal for catalogue. Day
H. 3. COLDEY, Principal.
Sessions 9 to 3 .
Pérou! ol Slate
—AND—
SLUG SHOT
— TUE—
Great Bug and Worm
Destroyer.
BY THE POTOD OH BARREL
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S
FOUUIU AND SHIFLKf STS
a
SWEEPING REDUCTION
I
—IN—
FINE FURS*
As will be seen by referring to the following list:
J
1-32, 1-86 Astrakhan Cloth Capes, reduced from (4
to $2.50.
1-84 Astrakhan Cloth Cape, reduced from $8.50 to
$5.50.
1-34, 1-86 Monkey and Seal Collar Cape, reduced
from $30 to $25.
1-82, 1-84, 1-86, 1-40 Extra Fine Beaver, reduced .
from $40 to $30.
1-84, 1-88 Monkey and Seal, from $30 to $22.60.
1-34, 1-86, extra fine, from $85 to $25.
1-38 Persian Lamb, rolling or standing collar, from
$40 to $30.
1-86 Wool Seal, trimmed with Alaska Seal, from $25
b
to $20.
Four fine Beaver Muffs, from $12 to $9.
Three extra fine Alaska Seal Muffs, from $12,to $9.
Four Plush Beaver Muffs, from $4.50 to $2.50.
Threo Monkey and Seal Collars, from $7.60 to $0.
in
of
to
ft
of the Above Goods Sent Out on
Memorandum or Approval.
Any
J. WALSH & GO
P
No. 506 MRRKET ST.,
g
st.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
■S'
TELEPHONE 6G5.
GRATEFUL-COMFORTING
EPPS' G0G0R,
is
BREAKFAST.
thorough knowledge of the
attirai lauf* which govern tho opera
iniiB of digestion nnd nutrition, and by
applloutiou ortho flue proper
U-aeleeted Cocoa, Mr. Epps 1ms
our broalcfaat tables vitu n
flavored beverage which may
iany heavy doc tore' bill*. It is
dlcions uso of suon articles of
diet that a oonstutltlon nmy be gradual
rod* of
"By .ft
ful
of
rovldud
elicately
the]
ft
every tnudency to disease.
Buhtle maladies *re floating around
ready to
ehHfri
witli pu
ed frn
Made siinply
milk. Sold only In half pound
grocer*, labelled thus:
JAUKB Errs A CO., Uoinmopathlc
Chemist*, Loudon, £i-.g.

attack
. We may escape many 11 fatal
by keeping ourselves well fortified
e blood and n properly nourlsh
Civil Service Uazotte.
with boiling water
I
Dj
<
J#-*,t,tli-w
COAL
50 cents raa "ton towns
Thsn it wm a yew ago.
We wqulil ceil the attention 61 cooium*
to tbla fact, *n<) to tbo«e wbo bats
el reedy bought tbdlr supply, iu/geet
tbet "delay* are dangerot}*'' Taoi
wholesale prie« Will be no lowsti there ii
is probability of a steady advance abH e g*
tbe balance of tfae rear. From enr I
stock WO cab fill all order« promptly
fnrntsb a fint-dau article,
r older*.
not
Tbe priee for all sise« Is new »9.25 per
ton, 2,240 lb*.
GE0.W.BUSÜ&S0NS,
French Street Wharf.
I ?OK BALL OH LACHAMviB FuB
• city property, a farm situated to
Hristiaaa, H<L, DeJ., near Mt. Cuba
Mon. Ott lieiawar*: und Western R. ]
çuataln ing about «a» hundred aoroà
of cultivation,, with
on. «nr «rtore«* JXftlFj
tl,tBII,tW i i 'tm q tt e f i
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