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LIDAE. Court Pl'IiLKIlED DAILY (Exam BuJtmi) that to to ty they THE RITUBLHAN PRINTING AND before PUBLISHING CO. ■ have the iue — three back the mako ton 1 THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING, B. E. COR. THIRD AND KING STS., F 1» d-eli H Fltl 1 i V M A V *5», ~ : honest KKl'l'l L1CAM C ITY TICKET. 8TANSRURY J. WILLEY. NATHANIEL R. HENSON. rou it CHAULES M. CURTIS. .-at tee 1 kept prog >.• i JOSEPH K. ADAMS. Arma, (Southern dial«id) JAMES II. FLOYD. (Northern district) EDMUND MITCHELL, Ja. oral tor by 8c coud ward. Thoj W. McVay. Third ward, Houack.G. Rprm:v rlh word. J. M. tors, Fifth Sixth ward. Maxwf.t.i. T. Dannen S eventh ward, James McKki.vey, Eighth ward, Hekhy W. Pebkins. Kliil ii want, J Eleventh ward, Thomas U. Ccri.ett. Twcllth ward, James P. IUti-edoe. I. Fbankj.in 11. CoilTuï tho tern any. of it i. held The Next only Tuxes. The First day of July will wit tlrely t he co u i ity taxes. Lot system of eoilocling hope that it rill bo a bettor system than tho last no, and liable to less abuse. If car honest Intention to an r.eil «oiled the taxes It cannot fall to be with celv Lee lmprovomont oeiver of taxes and County Treasurer lXckoy lias It in his hands to inaugu rate the d in a the old system. Re law honestly, impartially -partisan spirit. Ho has a demoralized state of finances and pub lic opinion against him to start with, • ul it will retiuiro resolution and n ?rvo to correct the tent cal t- and Btem the I; other. If ho puooMdna both 60 much the greater will be his moral victory and tho credit due him. The First thing in the program for the new plan for the collection of taxes will be for the receiver to prepare a book of blank tax receipts with corro Bpondiug stubs, tho latter to bo filled up the who paid how much and when. Tho receiver is to have his office in Wilmington. When he gets his dupli cates he gives notice that he will at tend either in person or by deputy twice at one of tho voting places in each hundred outside of Wilmington, in each of the mouths of August, Sep* te:nl>er and October, to reçoive taxes. He can receive tuxes from auy hun dred at his office In Wilmington. No- j tlce of tho days he Is to collect taxes In tho outside hundreds is to be glv In two newspapers. He must attend live hours each day in tho country. He is to be present in person, or by deputy, at his office in Wilmington every day except Sundays and legal holidays, and except tho days ho may bo attending in other hundreds tore ce ivo taxes. Ills office hours in Wil- [ inington are to bo from two till live, | r; id from If the recoiv the reeoiptaJind to show I e«d, city to IIkj on till eight p. in. of tuxes fail to attend st any time, cither in city or by deputy ntry, : In person to collect taxes, any perso pay during those hoi recover from him ten dollars before appointed calling to M any justice or the peace, unless hi» absence wus unavoidable and not ing to negligence. On all taxes paid before tho first of Bepteraber, a 11 vo per cent, rebate will all paid before Novom be allowed, b«?r, three per cent, and before the first «lay of December, live per cent, is to bo added. On tho iirst day of January books With blank receipts und corresponding stubs . of : , ,, lheso delinquent tax collectors, lie- ' ;ond Tuesday's ' be glv to delinquent tax collectors authorized to collect the balance of tho taxes. These collectors to bo appointed by tho receiv tern t pi the Iirst of March Ina there be dred then in two newspapers in the tity of Wilmington, also by hand-bills ! posted in ten public pla«*cs in tho hun dred, that they will attend at certain | a places to receive the tuxes «lue. The give ten «lays •spaper in a hundred, nutlL '" uni u - newspaper iu such hu j ore to bo deemod a sufficient demand : lor taxes. j All taxes remaining unpaid to be extinguished, ex* •cal estate the Urst of May sept taxes perso nui property. The delinquent tax collec tors given till the hret day of Sop- i ■ longer at tho option of tho « of taxes to collect taxes real estate and personal TLe=o collectors tomber receiv« pro pert) to be allowed U: ' i all taxes which , •xoeed five dollars and twenty per ceut all sums under live dollars. per cent commission ..... Collector a receipt foranextin fraudulently dato buck Any Receiver of Taxes Who will glv cuishod tax date forward any tax receipt «:• hundred dollars, hundred dollars more, to auy person who will sue for it. The foregoing wo believe embraces all the salient points of tho tt has weak plue only bo tuk Who do not be fini d shall pay As under collector is bound j to call upon Uiobo who only pay a poll I tax, it will still remain for those ., n U F . ... . , onset to tine however Is tho fact thut no name is to stricken iroiu the meuts except the names of Who have died State. iu it, but they will ml vantage of by those nt to make a full id honest collection of laxos. tho old system who only pay poll taxes to huut the collectors usual. As assess removed from the ' 0,1 ° r 0,0 ® rel Äug» toe Levy : Court ehouUlUo when It »eta tke mo-' ncyshouM be to pay the one thoennd dollars duo tho Ferrie Industrial, School. Tlioi-o ai-o forty odd boya In that school who ore trained not only of to lo industrious but to bo honest and to become pood citizens. If those for- ed ty hoys were not in lids Institution they would bo in New Cnstlo jail, and before this all the nmnhood would; ■ have bt*on Hopped out of them with , the cut-'o nb.o-talls at the nest. i of iue tui omnuiaiMBHM poa*. 1 Even If only one boy out of ton of * three in the Institution can be brought back and established la. a reformed nlv rertav for nil* plyupaj for all the eximnse and trouble of trying to mako these boyt honest. The gat lier- : Of tho lending citlscnsof WHndng- ! ton «ml smtuuudinp countiy, lucliet» « 1 gentlemen, to hear mid : honest life it will tho a tlmt l head buj a have mado In l In reform lug la nu earn-, .-at of Ua> Interest tuiren and a uuurnn. tee that the Institution must be a ' 1 . „ . . . ,, Wn L. Carpenter, Jr., ehon < have | kept- quiet about his nmniier of col- - looting taxes. It was n matter uf gen- ! issuing blank tux re-j prog >.• i success. oral repute utl Urn It tor tlmt lie w eelpts. The fact Is that all the collec- ! <•.» MTR r.uiowo.i n 0 1 i , . ' ' i system of disfranchising Republicans by refusing to take their taxes, and | Democrats ho was collec tors, si .... . j illiout tho payment of any taxes. In thlssys- ! tern Mr. Carpenter was as guilty as I any. Tho only exception to thto U-1 of tax collectors who issued blank tax 1 receipts Is Bald to be George Ward, and it is a signllloant facÉ that he only 1 i. ,i.i „«w„. . held tho office one term. :re enfranehisod by moans of blank tax receipts We not believe that Tax Re and Couuty Collector John T. celv Dickey Intends to appoint William H. Lee and City Auditor John A. Mitchell clerks in his department. a Eczema causes an itching 60 persis tent as to pro«luce not ouly sleepless , but, at times, oven delirium. Lo cal applications will not remove the hich is impure blood. Ayer's i this disease by cause, Sarsaparilla cleansing the blood and eradicating all humors. a in in j by part of the evening, n [ found his friends coi | r; Apiciban Try Dash' l. Yon will like It. i. dr; Front 8t. Y will . lu:; K. Second St iDaxilhui liai» I lue 18k rings II« 15 E. tour til. Uetintr, lüö i I ill lM'&SÏ Dyeing and scouring done at sliort e«d, notice at the old established place, 210 King street. the largest Ii whites »P d li< cry in city id h If yon want to Iluugli «Y M lino _ in'tu! The ninny friends of Mr. Booth Dowsnop, or No. 728 H. Harrison, re hJ him that ho had IIkj forty ; nInt h died of his birth lust Mcducsday î>ows pricing him at- Id In Mr. e the early I his rctur d •gat«*d in tho experienced. id timo Tho company dopartoil at a Into ho .'ihliing Sir. Do s. A y happy ro <ip n ! day. Tho f : present: Mr. Mrs. Delaware Mason, Miss M. Ewing, l Mvs. A i it bos Oui kid. Mr. I Mrs.George HolTeeker, Mis» <1 Mrs. Charles d Mrs. W. G. Horn, Mr. : to M id Mrs. llarry Muson.Mr. RushoII. Mi»» At Mattie Hotteckor, Mr. Brown, Mrs. Haimicl Murphey. Mrs. Hallio Ruth, Mr». Keown, Mrs. DougU Mr. Cliarlos Miss lie , Miss A Ida Dowsnop, Mr. and hi» of will ten, Mr. L. J Dewsnop, , Mr. Janies Whit«*. fin-on. Mts« ('allie Dels live Mr. Booth Dew-mop. mi» ! er fidis. This Ob. * Cough warning? Thoslg •e approach of Will _ nnl perhaps of tlmt tion. Ask yourselves if y for the sake of saving 50c., t( risk and do nothing for it. from experience that Shiloh's C . cure your cough. It of : explains why more than u Million Bo tics were sold the post year. It rellev .croupand whooping cough at lie- ' Mothers, do not bo without it. ' hiroo back, side or thest Porous Plaster. N. B Dunforth, heed tl the We I; ii •will F Hhiloh's «1 and Mar the ! That, made y hun- ..... r - | a yonr I to<&°»\ '" sol» «Md ret«» Mirent. Soi u - kot streets, Wilmington. Vu» it..to! fr«* face id ids sweetheart. fro know. Lva? For thing l could think j of without helping n«,o. thon I bought bottles of Sulphur Bitters and my faco. It is : j tho btist blood cleanser pin.pl ex* the low Often nui Wes who has d ruined Ids _-,_ «1 before IX) y _ _ ali broken down and played ln all such casus I prescribe somo young quundered his money Sop- i o™ ltU by oxce8 "'> li - tho « •s! ugo is nature's tonic tors. They supply f« d ii r e Sulphur Bit l for the lungs U: ' strength«* i fulin i which , siciun. ceut the uerv .! ) coses out of ten.—Old phy Coul. Gasolene stoves make the least heat possible while cooking in hot wt while water coolers und rufrige buck J 1 ® 1 ! 1 to kcc f> t! " J family coll. ( best at J. C. Johnson & Son's No. Market street. I tl auy be shall >r. Rim Vliil« IllO No mn«iicino like It. I pare will» it fore •ing tin out and lung Tho In fact, the diseases and the L ption prov reul remedy that c mended by thousands. Tho geuui is Bold in 50c. aud $1 bottles only, by regular druggists and dealers. Depot, under Fourth und King streets, bound j poll I those 14 always a command In order, ., n «cop thorn right, strong ami fre«» fr U F all diseuses and weaknessof Biglit, onset Dr. Hlru ins' Lye Cure, 25 cents, Fourth no u "d king streets, ippo. will those id •» Right to assess M. Boadenkopf, of this city, will sell nt public bale, on his farm n« ark. on Thureduy tho llth of J head of young cattle. the : TUMmn Held Club. ljie foUowin« circular been lem-1 Four attonUon la called to the fol lowing extracts from the constitution j i of b*" .ÄÄ Ö ," # yearS may B ! ed ns members or this club. ' I ^ow & All ^ectioua for member-I m ^ 4,41101 4410 Bottrci oI , sure Section 8. Every person olected to ■ , membership shall within one month i of their election procure from the I 1 Board of Control on «hare nf «tank I * * * and no ouéshall be entitled to P any of the privileges of the club until j he becomes a stockholder. Section 4. No one but a stockholder o, <>, Bhllll be or remulntt member of the * club. : Section 5. There shall be three i ! JÂÏfSÏÏS Ä» ul""^ « club; honortary, sltall bo entitled 1 ^ to of said privileges nilsslon to the Rrnumls »ikI Irall.lIngB; i ' lu to tim Duunl of Coutrol ^ ïny™onoHlry 0ïn a ' ofnoï, Aident may become nu a ™lve member by complying with all require ; n ' <!n ,'^ r " hlp t Q- « - I tra lIlO payment Of annual dues, etc.] The | folio win* rcaoluUon baa been adopted - by the Hoard of Control: ! At 11,0 request of 4 member,address ed to the secretary or tho president, Hie latter may extend an invitation re-j for two weeks to a stranger not resld <1 of Invita ient ad ! in# in the city. Such 1 i Ihm will ad mit the bearer to all prlvl i lcgC8of the house and grounds,except „„ days when au admission feo is | charged. is at On Decoration Day, May 80, the . j Ladies' Organization will serve a lun clieou. ami the Havorford College ! crieket team will play a match game as I '''Rb the Field Club. An admission U-1 1 Membership cards will admit to the grounds members only, who will be 1 ' e< l l,iro ' 4 to show their tickets at tho gate on all days when un ad misai« charged, of which duo noth* - will bo given. All stockholders n membership tlckots, which tuiued of W. J. Ellison, treasurer, southeast corner of Ninth and Market for tho Ladles' Organiza tion, of Miss Rachel Smith Howland, northwest corner of Ninth and Broome streets. By order Board of Control. WreuAM M. Candy, President. H. L. Tatnaix, Jk., Secretary. entitled to be ob T. H. •0Ü tH. by hired all with LOCAL APPLICATIONS they •at of the disease. •rh is a blood •onstitut lonol •o it y «««•dies. Hall's internally und 'Use ♦, and i order t have t ukc ini its directly on Um L-lfxxl faces. Halls Catarrh Cure is quack medicine. It wus proscribed by one of ilie best, physicians in thlsc try for years and Is a regular prescrip tion. It is composed of the best Ionics known combined with llio host blood purifier», acting directly on the mucus •faces. The perfect combi nation of the two ingredients is wliat produces such wonderful 8t. St til. lüö .»su Its i tarrh. F. J. CHENEY AGO 1'rot Sold by druggists, prion 75c. Send for testimonials free. pa. Toledo, O. «r-Stone l.nying. »tone of a Clmreh, at Culvert, Md., will be laid, with appropriate day, the 31st ln»t. E. Bi v preach the sermon The cor M. E. bles, Huu Tho pastor, Rev. ood, will boassist«)«! by Rev. J. , of Rising Hun. M«1 bo will A1 o 1 w?th i te-ith j the re We have a cay ana positive <• for catarrh, diphtlu*ria, ct lache, in HH1LOH' • mouth his REMEDY. A nasal inj 5b bottle. Use it if 3*011 « eet breath, l'rlco liunlori h, wholesaln Hecond und Market t! deal I H nd retail agent .. Wilmington tho ro Fnr good cabinet photographs try Cummings. 302 Market street. Mis» Rush's, French street iviturf, I» tho : place Taylor A Füllort 011*3 Cough Syrup is «' of tho best syrups for coughs und colds prepared. 3U2 King street. Microbe Killer cures d «dl other <lia Hold by John J. Wilhelm. W. Hecond buy y id Mrs. and Lr J rippe, Cn cases, moved from 2: Hecond street. aiu w. Durstcin is manufacturing fli tilled liaml-imulo cigur Last Hecond Ha No. 5 cot. A block of brick buildings is being —r 11 . oot, in tho Ninth ward mi» i Mr - 4,ft vid Smith, ox-e ! i gat'd to his condition. Mrs. Downes ofCrlslleld, M«l., is vis This Ring her brot h« r N. R. Benson, Es«i., and other relatives in this city. Mrs. Henry G. Banning of the Tenth ward, i» su gering Iru of erysipelas. F. M. Dunn, of Dover, advertises for proposals for pilntiug 300 copie» or tho journal of the House of Kcprcscutn Tor tho session of 1891 index to same. of public Bo C'iaymont •iln ol lying dangerously alarmed iu re «I his friends •will a severe attack F Mar nth Mrs. E. K. Giesendeorfer will open No. 823 West f. the 30th enth ht re inst., ill dispense Han think is in all their varieties. H. S. Bullock, No. 203 West Tenth street desires a good rheel-wiight • |M>. 1 ! -11 •. h lSdlfiea. has Ids _ _ . played I ' r The f Kingsw«»od M. E. Church ha vo »»alvod to pi( •s! brick c rah o pres* suliafuctory bids •IvkI. Bit- ' lungs ' d liter: tho old e«lili( nlng, in order ti 1st in the contemplated ' tertninment i l.e held i li s Friday phy heat Tw y-llre hundred fest of land at Heights, (i « 'ar Edge . ill bo sold vv afteri »«•ape IT the city during tho ha should attend the i tl. tl public i : md h< o. The t ing on ho purchosu may f land is rapidly udv all lung the by Depot, Fourth Wo hav eived a lino li shirts for summer of gout's fh dr nzy « rapes that e are Bolling $1 U0, 91.25, $1.50, $2.D0, 1'hey the best goods i. . kot. Wo have a complete stock of the . , , , f ° r ladies, gents, <1 childrens, that we arc selling very chcuputl. A. Shannon, 719 Market and 720 Hhlpley street. to Th >i*l* Market his stall in the Third street market, cat lish. porgles, trout, butter lish, cod fish, flounders, blue flbh, col:-, terrapin and a sprinkling of thud and hermig. Powell has sell Do you Buffer from I'lrepepelt geetion, Sour Stomach. Lfror EitteneS T ESaSéllon°or TtoM?F^ j i aUi p a ins In Chest or Lunga, Dry Cough, h'lghtaweata, Nerrous Debility ! SÄ, ^.rtT'v^^n I ^ow York who wfil sond vau free m „|i, a bottlo of medlclna* whloh'ls ï , sure cure. Head to-day. ■ Th« Jurr ~ „„„ I <^urt resumed at 3.8° o'clock yes I terday afternoon, but no business of P u4l,4c Interest was transacted. The j 4,1 4,416 0486 ° 4 4410 Ptoenlx Lock mSSCSJ* o, <>, P^ an ?K n at 4 '^» oclook 4,1(4 * t4tod îJmt the* could /" ot ''ff™® they were discharged. Andrew Han i 4>orn » Eeq. moved 4,0 s^tasideaSheriffs •^»"SSTJjSSSS 1 JÄ 1 ^ 4l4# 111 orning. Look Boro Friend, Are You Sfek. Indl Com of of ing of ed a his of to i SHILOII'S CATARRH REMEDY. A marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, 0ïn 1 , k î r ,M°ï, th *î d Headache. With Âtw Ô" Äo^.nTÄ'tÄ 1Ä5 't'C'SfSalnU ÄÄ - I tra eliarao. Price «la N. It. Dnntorth, vdmlfiaaTe Mill t-H/dl nirnnt. Kfv.mil mwl ÄSÄwhÄa S " U WAN AM A KICK'S is PniLAum.r 1 1 A. Friday. May 33, 1591. The American lad of 15 years has very clear ideas of style in Clothing,and usually is content with nothing that fails to meet his notion. At present he wants a suit witli Double-breasted Sack Coat. We meet him with vnrious sorts, beginning at $8.50, ail wool and good style. From this they rise to better grades-at $15 there is a line that lias been sold out sev eral times already, because this city has failed to show its equal at prices many dollars higher. Happily they arc in stock to-day—14 to 18 years. Muikot stroot side. An order from Paris for a Brandenburg dress pattern ! There's no Cotton like it at the price—20c. All the Cotton camp is tempting with high quality at little cost. 35c Printed Crepes, 25e. 40c Dress Ginghams, 18e. 18c Oriental ('ropes, 12ie. 8o Cotton Challis, 5c. Breezy Canton Cloth, 121c. be - bo to 1 by of O. E. J. will 'Women's Shoes again,and more surprises. Fresh and now; two sorts. The regular i prices as we name them are j at least 50 «-cuts a pair under the market: zo Calf lace Ox ford Sh sell for $3. They »hnll Won ford Sh sell for , wil h tips, bought to try 's gray Ooze I'tUr 1 .vit Ii Lips, bo 1 They ahull g They say the only com plete lino of Sporting Shoes in town is here. Market stroot side, west of main asile. Iht i 9k tho is und <lia John Wanamakek. w. Ha 5 vis Es«i., for tho THE WINDOW Sli o ws you some o f these styles of our "(food Value" 810 Suits. There are more styles inside. In this very popular suit we offer you an excellent quality black cheviot, which is "Mul lin''-made, and which for the money is not excelled anywhere. This suit is in either double or single-breasted coat. Straight or cutaway sack with and without patch pockets. T h o n there arc many stvles' 01 fancy cheviots and ;rrs 1 æ ,»^ f made. Any stylo of a coat desired may he found among this stoclt of goods and nothing is m our window except ! what we can duplicate in all sizes from our stock. 810 will brim* you more return atSixtn ! and Market in "Good! Value" Clothing than at most places. A look in this window will ol re open West 30th Tenth E. pres* bids li s at Edge public md The on may gout's dr Bolling $2.D0, . of the open your eyes. gents, very Jas. T. Mui.lin A Son, Tailors, Clothiers, 6th & Market, Wilmington. Third trout, blue of — CITY COUNCIL. ITliat Wat Done at Latt Night's eion—A Police Offlcer'» Complaint— lie Atka Have a Fine Roturucd. The regular weekly session of City ('ou noil was held lust evening, with President Farm in the ohalr. The Finance Committee reportod favorably on an ordinance making ap propriations for tho fiscal year. The city treasurer reported a balance 984.W5.94 In bank to tho account of current expenses, and a special deposit of 94,464.a*. Be also has received 9400 from John J. Mea of Ojt east tho will Mai ortod that he ley. ■■■ The miscellaneous pay-roll, amount ing to 92,018.08, and tho police pay-roll of 98,828.25 were presented and order ed paid. A communicat ion Police Offlcer Goorgo M. Yales, stating that somo time ago he wished to attend a base ball match, and went to polioe station In search of tho Chief, to obtain his permission. As lie find hi almost the first Swiggett. Tho officer remained about fifteen minutes, and thoChief reported him to the Mayor, who imposod a fine of 915, which pay. He therefore petitioned Council to return this money to him, sldered tho fine unjust and Illegal. The matter was referred to the Law id Police Cömmittee. On motion of Mr. Gurren the box opened and bids for printing tax receipts taken therefrom und read. The bUls were Printing and Publishing Company, 959.90 for the lot; Tin 974.90 ;Htar Publishing Compuny, $73.50. The bids were rofered to the Conuuit Printlng, with power to act. Mr. Sharkey moved that tho tiro committee be instructed to advertise striker In Company. received from nablo to he wont to the grounds, when Chief ■ deducted from his L follows: Diamond Rossi tor, a ! proposals for putting a house* of the Liberty Fire for the and the motion was adopted. Mr. Haugh introduced an ordinance dating $500 to Mary E. Shu Its, of officer Hhulrs. which was tho tire approp the widow read a second time and referred to the Law Committee. The ordinance fixing tho appropria tions for the taken up fora third reading, Baugh moved to reduoo tho amount the Street and He from $132.300, to 9120,000. Mr. law son asked ir this oould bo done legally, and upon receiving n- sni«l he A add lug fiscal yi Hl 1 • Commissi« affirmativ Kultidiod. Tho ap propriation Tor printing was reduced from 92.50U to $2,U00, and that for tho Park Commission fr Council then adjourned. During tho ovcnlng tho following bills were passe« l : Garbage bills wore passed as follows: F. Winchester, $135.81 ; Ixdion Collins, $181.25; Thom as 1 $181.25. $.2500 to $2,000. , $317.18; same, BEWARE of mercury and potash mixtures. They aggravate tho diseaso instead of curing it. Life A Burden. "I suffered for flvo years with mercurial result of potash cat by physicians for only a physical mena attain and mercurial trea stltctional blood poison. They failed d my life a burden. I then ting Swift's Spcci&c (S.8.S.,)and mcnccd alter taking a few bottles was entirely ntlsm and blood tli of tho rhe . I cheerfully c similarly afflicted. John H. L end 8. S. S , to 3, Boren to, 111. Blood and Skin Diseases Free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanla, 6a. to i We Can Please You If yo Pleased, by •ing first studieil to pleu^o in u practical school «I learned thut footwear. W To Please Customers We Must Profit Them. That's our way or doing business. We make it pay to trado with c»»in dollars nnd cents, iss«'»' kid spring heel, but Wo talk ui Lot of in in, wortli $1.50 only Ü5 cents. Lot of inis»«»' kid heel worth $1.75 ws only $1 .(Ht «nt of misses' kid spring heel button only $1.25. Lot of ladles' ki(l bull square toe, plain and patent tip worth 91.50 only 95c. Lot of ludios' kid button, square toe r only $1.25. an not n , U( . if you mint n pair or «n and givou f iFamilyShoaHouse a „„ „ . „ he ZÜD lYicii'i<Gt StPCCt, <East,idemi 0 vcsux>i«i> is f m . 11. Babcock" ! T our ! will wind h $2. worth $2.00 Lot «»f ludics' plain lasting button forth 91.75 I y «1.25. Lot of children's kid patent tip spring tool butt, siz* forth 85c. ly ti5c., 5 to ~ l / 9 . lx>t of children's spring heel button A)ts of children'» spring heel button, sizes 8 to 10/-J, worth 95«;. now only 65c. IiOt of boys' fine calf hook laco, sizes • only 91.25. ilf button, sizes 11 to now ouly $1.25. »If congress tip, worth 3 to 5*, worth 92. Lot of boys' ..oitli $1 Lot of me $L7. r »t 's calf hook lace, worth only 91. ,«>t of ladies' dongola patent tip ox iv 50 cents Lot of ladies' kid opera slippeisonly ull in und or pr s a trial. -unis, Ilicycle, ami Hase Ball KEEP COOL By using Ward's patent Awning in indows: «• any window in three ink removoil iu thirty screens, bolts or nulls required. bo litteil in No MAURY JAMES, NO. 316 KING ST. SOLE AGENT. The lurgest stock of Window and Door SurcouB aud Lawn Mowers In the city. --a m — LARGE PUBLIC SALE —OF Building Lots —AT GORDON HEIGHTS Ojt SATURDAY, MAY 80, 1891, at 8 o'clock p. m., on the promises, twenty-five hundred feet of handsome suburban building lots on the triangular pleoe of ground at Penny Hill, bounded by the Philadelphia pike, public road on t east and the Edgemoor road on the south. These lots are noar the proposed extension of the Electric Railway on the Philadelphia plko: less than a mile from city limits, and a half milo from Edgemoor station. Tho lots average about 150 feet in depth, and are doslrably Bituatod, commanding a lino view of tho Delaware river, and convenient of access from all pointe. No low land marsh near. Handsome trees of natural growth on nearly every lot. The sale will be positive and terms very easy. Call at office for plots or for any lmf or matlon desired. Conveyances will leave No. till Market street, and No. 824 Mai bat stroot at 2.80 o'clock p. m. he In White to Our double bands, stays GEORGE R. TOWNSEND & CO. $ 614 MARKET STREET, -AND PHILIP R. CLARK & CO. 1 824 MARKET STREET, AGENTS TO EFFECT SALE. L W. STIDHAM & SON, Auctioneers. 603 703 GREAT LOT SALE -OF THE STAUNTON DEVELOPMENT CO., Will be held on the Lands of the Company at STAUNTON, VA., JUNE 2 and 3, 1891. KTAUNTON, VA. is the most progressive as it is tho most substantial city of tho New South. Land values tire management of this strong and able Company, will be permanent. rapidly increasing, d under the conserva A Healthy, Active and able Business Development Assures Large Protits to Investors. New Enterprises secured and now completing their extensive buildings, will add several thousand to the population of Htaunton, and employ hundreds of G. ■ ap tho tho Subscribers to tho stock will have their Juno 4th, tho day follow Sound and Profitable drawing of lots ing the sale. Lots in Htaunton Investments. rrn V Ü 8H P Special excurnlun rates have been secured r from tho railroads oonterlng here, and full r information P Staunt« applicat ion to the Development Co., Htaunton, Va., or t«> D. Z. Evans, Jr., Eastern Agent, Fifth A and ('hestnut streets, Phlladelplila, Pa. k See largo posters and handbills everywhere. send for handsome pamphlets and 27 3t ! .' I.: i ! KI T ly) Call „. folders. in DECIDED BARGAIN. of $30.00 for only for We will make to your order in best manner a Clay Worsted Coat and Vest and a pair of fine Trousers. These goods arc worth more money. But we want to reduce our stock all we possibly can during next 30 days. day. to W. GIBNEY, MERCHANT TAILOR, 6a. II NO. 315 MARKET STREET. Third door below Fourth. 214 Mg. if Fine Roses I HAVE A FINER SELECTION OP ROSES •ing W but $1.75 toe Than ever before, which I am offering packed in a basket at ONE DOLLAR A DOZEN Some of tho choicest varieties included. ti5c., ALSO À FULL ASSORTMENT OF ALL SINES OF. SEEDING PLANTS, only ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. sizes to worth M. F. HAYDEN, 702 MARKET ST. 2-tr worth JOSEPH STOEGKLE'S ox DIAMOND STATE ï a c to ^ rDETETTZ) LAEER' BEER und —AND—* PORTER BREWERY WILMINGTON, DEL. Omco and Brewer, N. W. Cor. Fifth nnd Adams ßts., Telephone 183. Slilpplng a Speciality. Absolute purity guaranteed, are especially recommended for medicinal use. Depot and Saloon. Nos. 223 and 225 King St. Telephone 235 Uur B«icr and Porter in in JOHN M. SOLOMON, No —DEALER Building Brick, Plastering Hair, Calcined Plaster, Fire Brick and Fire Clay. Coal, Wood, Lime, Sand and Cement. FEONT AND CHU.ROH STREETS, and the WILMINGTON, DELAW A II B Main Office No. 3 West Third Street. _ BARGAINS IN We Excellent 50C. WhlteShirts White Shirts, 35, 45, 50, 75c. $1.00. Our SOc. White Shirt Is i double buck uud front, a nom lined with duck, bands, patent back, sleeve stays made with n n Hitch •nd skirt Ini dm WYATT & CO. I 603 Market Street WII., Del. FERRIS GILES, 703 Market Street. Negligee Shirts ii ii G. P. MARONEY, NO, 509 SHIPLEY ST. Wilmington, Delaware. cmiNtaiitlyoiilmml and matio »«•pairing -7-iyd llurnr Short Notice. plly Done KI T M M KR LAW LECTURES (nine week id 9th Sop* ly) begin 81 h July. 1991. and 11 tomber. Have p dents who design 1 ol' signal I I » 1 r; other Law School; ho have studies those who pro tôiy; to re in the ndvnntag«; ll. University * i JOHN 11. Law. iiil9-c-o-d4w vular. apply (1 lottcvlllc, Vu. of Vr.. Cl MINOR, l*r f. Com. id S STOP! STOP! I 'h baby shoes for id Ml cunts l or down the spring liocl sho Dtf. Children's 8 -hlldrc for kid. like 1 paid $1.50for t he oth 'S nice Insti for UO cents. Misses' day. There' It foi Harry, this is the i yet. Funiitonrot tho mo hero Tiiesda tho sign. MONT IIoubc. brogans for Hft s »Ight. e It Is OOMKRY'8 cheap Sh _•—. --mj© r the Clay : HARRY SCHLICE Liglitli St .Murket. Stalls Noa. 110 i: Butter, Eggs a Griiio iu Season, id P011 It rj'. Fruit uud Country Produce, Goods Dellvoi d Ft PAINTING. House Painting in ail Its branches. Pure Materials. Lowest Prices. Glazing a Specialty. GEORGE P. LUCKMAN, 214 Shipley Street, Wilmington, Del. T TN UNION THEBE IS STRENGTH. THE RICE WEIGHT Custom ClotMnfi and lercMise Co. j WEEKLY PAYMENTS IN ADVANCE, For which Two Classes of Certificates are issued. CLASS "-A." Entitles holder thereof to merchandise to the value of $35.00, certificates estimated to mature in 15 weeks or less. CLASS Entitles holder thereof to merchandise to the value ol $75.00, certificates estimated to mature in 34 weeks or less. Four good agents wanted. 4 '1 13" t • THOMAS DICKINSON, 800 Market Street, Second Floor. CLOTHING CLOTHING CLOTHING SERGE SUITS, FLANNEL SUITS, HOMESPUN SUITS, CHEVIOT SUITS, J All these are bright, stylish and desirable goods and of righ* weights for the season. WE ARE POSITIVE WE CAS SUIT YOU IS QUALITY ASD STYLE, Boston Oie Price ClotMug House 213 Market Street, » Wilmington, Delaware. JUSTiS & DAVIDSON, Proprietors: Telephone WHY? d buy your Unb elt on ber. Hydrant, Mill and Fire lloeef liend-qnurters. We are the only Rubber Home everal thouaaml feet now* th« eitj n J.R.HUDSON SCO. Cor. Front and Markst Streets, W.lutlitgton, Del. GAS STOVES ! Excellent Cooking and Heating Many houses 1 TIMI-UOOM*, BATH-ROOMS or SIT till A ftlTttich ■ OAs'sfo"^"u*r« t III lltilooust rale. Apply ■ufllclcntly SIMM N«*' t m lb« pnuinxlr of GAS OF# ICE, 30U IKiPLEY ST. CHARLES M. GRUBB, Coal, Wood, Lime and Saad, Lehigh, Schuylkill and Lee Goal. Prepared Especially for Family I)«*. Nos. 1914 and 1916 Market 8t. Wilmington, Del 6-eoü-t« TO ALL, INTERESTED IN DRESSMAKING. Mrs. WIIIIri of Hood's Magic 8« Philadelphia, will 81 , Inclusive, Id like to general agont •ill Areli h t. May ch a class or thorn dmltlug and city fr« in 11 cutting by t his synto . i. he world. Tbisiaan Ity of a lifetime. Alllhosc wtah tho sniuc should opportu lug to lc on Mrs. l'lckcla No. 705^; Market street» to 11. nd make further arrncae mS-iat-aoa M. O. MECHEM, w Plain and Decorative PaRe t Hanging, Frescoing and Mouse Painting, No. IIOl Tatnall Street, INUTON, DKU nr- a large assortment of wall the for paper and from. Orders by |>«wtal prompt attention. Ra ttia* furnished^ Latest the i tho on » s : gPEWAL NÖTIGE, Wt larriagm st »rftsOy redu«xi FRIST & ALL MOM* I MPORTANT! Stop at- the WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE Hot i\ •ru. H w an !!« r t.i. K1 Ho Open All Night. All Home Made Gouda Del. C. R. HOLT, Proprietor, ol-eod-iy* No. 3 East Fourth St.