S. E. COR. THIRD AND KING SI'S.,
PUBLISHED DALLY (Except Sunday)
THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING,
THE REPUBLICAN PRINTING AND
I Mil. II« SCCOUd-clu
RKrt'ULICAN CITY TICKET.
STAN8B0RY J. WILLEY.
NATHANIEL R. BENSON.
CHARLES M. CURTIS.
JOSEPH K. ADAMS.
JAMES H. FLOYD.
EDMUND MITCHELL, Ja.
For City Co
Second ward, Thomas W. McVay.
Third word, Hoiucs G. Rkttkw.
Fourth ward, J. Majihi.ky Sinolkt.
Sixth ward. Maxwell T. Dannenberg».
Seventh ward, James McKelvey,
Eighth ward, Henry W. Perkins.
Ninth ward, John IV. Kiiiby.
Eleventh ward, Tuomah R. On elect.
Twelfthward, James P. Ratledoe.
NKUN B. ('<
disguising the fact
that tho city of Wilmington has al
ready two-thirds of a Police Commis
sion, and nftcr to day's election the
other third will be added to it, muking
It complete. Politically the commis
Republican. To-day's election will
show whether the board will havo two
two Republicans. But
matter how the board will stand
politically a great responsibility will
rest upon it. Of all the commissioners
of them have the a
far boen appointed none
to the city that the police commission
will havo. Tho „coil order ol tho 0
city, tho health, tho happiness and the
protcction of the life and property of
tho citizens will bo In tho hand* nf
mo ciuzcns wm no in uio hands of
inlaslnuora, and upon tho
character of tho
upon the police
good ordor and
they will appoint
will dopend the
al bearing of tho
Already they aro beset will» appli
cations of both Democrats and Repub
licans anxious to
o upon tho force,
and many of the applicants
unfortunate luibits and language
rally unlit Tor the position they seok.
It Is not ospootod thut any applicant
shall be u member of this
society, and now it is not requisite
be either a Democrat
but there is
general rule that tho
commission should apply to all appll
larly whether tho applicant is a
icaslonally drinks t
and whether ho is a n
uits und that is to
fane in language. In tills drinking
ago It would bo hard to got a police ;
abstain entirely from tho
toxieatiug liquors, but tho greatest
should be taken to efficient ap
plicants who do not drink liquor tho
Another disgusting habit of many
policemen is that of profanity. Noth
ing so completely paralyzes and blocks
the course of moral thought
fane language. Borne policemen mako
a regular habit <>r swearing and c
ing on all occasions, as tr they thought !
it made 1 hem look manly to
They cannot make an arrest without
cursing and calling the
arresting a string of opproblous epi
thets. Even walking along tho street !
In common conversation they olleud .
the ears ot pnssers by with lli.-lr im- !
precations and oaths. Iu saying this j
ake no personal allusions,
to say some of our prosent police
horribly profane, nnd some
of them drink entirely too
forco by the pollco coimutsslo
They (tho commissioners)
beholden to the people for their up
d they need have
political scores to pay.
morn ing anew under a
that Is promised to be u
the old system They can do nothing
bettor In tho interests of ref
only refusal to recognize
for appointment upon tho police force
at tho side und !
who are often
D ick doors of saloons,
public decency by profanity.
d who offend
qualified voter has not votod
by tho time tho Repudi.
them this evening, let tliem los
lime in getting to the polls and deposl- i
ting the ticket of their choice. There
ehould bo 1,000 votes polled to-day and
then it w
cry six of a populu-,
ucli below tiie general average, i
I y one vote to
of this oily
lr Dh Willard Springer
to day, the police for
will bo bossed by John T. Dickey. Do
the people desire this ?
Delinquent list is
disquullilcatinu to vote. As many
returned oa delln
»8. a a thoae
voters have be
Quents thut have ruid
who have paid no tuxes.
J. Willey, should
:eivo anywhere from 500 to 1500
Look Out for 2000 majorty for J09.
K. Adams for City Tie..
Will N. R. Benson get 1800 majority
lor President of City Council to-day?
ved by B
suparior to all other artto
purpose bold only in boxes.
A simple and effectual remedy,
1 ' ■
J Warning hud been given to Richard
j Ashman, a leading politician and far*
bift he paid
it. Between 8 and 9 o'clock hia barn,
containing farm implements and 300
bushels of grain, w
Hr©. No reason is giv
[The S tanp-Olover murder c
the jury, at Uniontown, Pa.,
Thursday night. The n
committed 91 years ago. in
Staup made a
, Peuna., that ills
for tho crime.
"doggitt" Staup*» hogs,
jail, and lately returned to stand
Charles Shepherd and Christian
Fürst were hanged yesterday at Fre
mont« Nebraska, for the
Carl I uIsifor. Shepherd ooufeased the
crime. Tho murder was committed iu
December, 1889, for Ute purpose of
, 11 years orage, ha«
been arrested in Bost on charged with
attempting to set lire to the Emerson
Charles Gray, colored, shot his wlfo
ami thon committed nuiicdc, in St.
Joseph, Missouri, on Thursduy night.
She was unfaithful.
Boils, abscesses, tumors, and even
the result of a nat ural ef
fort of tho syrtom to expel tho poisons j
which tho liver and kidneys have failed
to remove. Ayor's Saisaparilla stim
ulates all the organs to a proper per
formance of thoir functions.
At HIk Old Trick«.
Walter J. Booth, the defaulting cat
tle dealer of Chester county, Pa., who
•ay some three or four y
leaving several of
gret the non-payment of bills, aftor
wards settled in Ban Diego, and
guged in the dairy business, is reported
to have been guilty or another rascally
trick. It is said that under pretence of
wishing to purchase eighty cows ho
procured money from Ban Diego, but
instead of making payment he put the
money iu his pocket and llod to Mexico.
It seems that ho bus not yet realized
that, the way of the transgressor Is
t'a O i n
i, white n
o other remedy,
druggist for Bwaynb'h Oiniu
Medal« for DUtliq
0 , "Diamanta" spectacles and eyo
glasses, at lSOSouthNinth street, Fhila
<*©lpbla, offer tho award of a silver
lue V aJ Die distinguished scholar at
each ot lho c . olnillff HC liool exumlna
tions. They propose to have the name
of tho scholar engraved on tho face <>f
■fiai, together with any inscrip
tion desired, for presentation to the
A Bit)., manufacturers
we have just received a t
wash flannels in stripes and polkodots
shades iu pongee silk, c
and ginghams that we
cheap nt T. A. Shannon,
720 Bliipley street.
are selling at lUc.
o. We have a few more
d 12 y*
» selling very
719 Market &
Daniel Marter, wh
»sides at No.210
cot, brought to our <
o bunches of c
, John I). Marl
•ii by iiia broth
>f Florence. N. J.,
ecdod anything of tho kind
>en. Tho stalks wore ten
d looked almost like
prising that this variety is not
; cell °
»rn generally gr<
.a, an it iS Of UA
Ha vor und
A Special Meet Inj*.
Kadoflh Commnndcry.No. 26, Ancient
Olid Illustrious Order Knights of Mal
ta, will hold a special convocation this
evening at their hull In the Masonic
: Temple, for the purpoio or conferring
t ho higher degrees. A rull attendance
. on ,,
'The regular Saturday night
for the pr
, will bo
veiling at 7.45 o'clock.
ton I rcsb)
strawborry festival in Stanton llall,
Friday nnd Saturday
13th. A ticket
IU cents, entitles the
iv .Society of tho Stan
rill hold a
IMmmlck a kidney and bladder curn,
a by «ii nan
pluto of ice e
but tho best,
1 to F
Dr. J. B. Welch, of thi
Ity. will I
ml Spring Gar
e bo foie th«» Key
I Association at Tenth m
no den streets, ritiladelphia, to
! (Kunduy) uftei
oud men tin
A Fullerton, 3U2 King
In by Taylor
mat Hod I
I dozen cabinets for *4
1 Pet ites for 50
20 Cru y
Po» trait with o
sat Holland's Gallery
est, Wilmington, i> o1 »-1
(ion A ßro., ,'iffar manu
. 0 j!,5
West Second streelto No. 4 Las
«*et. Everybody invited togi
Il F Ii,
■s, havo removed from N
' put on his house near Oak Hill, nnd
also adding a baili-r
is I laving a
Is always a command In
of keep tli
ull disease» and
J )r -Bye Cur
and King ntroets.
I MIlHneryThorohBl^"taught Iu ten
Don't lurjst a. D. McCusksr, 316
2nd street, lues a nice stock ot
line shoos, and he sells them low.
l'rayrr Meeting Notice.
The Union Saturday evening pray
meeting will tie held this evening'at
brother Moore's, No. 1115 Chos
street, led by brother Quigley. Come
and enjoy solid comfort.
Now la tho time to order your *3.00
'trait at Cummings 1 gallery,
intent« itching '
night; werte by ,
- - .. "ù l0 E? ü w t îLSf >nt *P u ? *"*
ntr 1 " bM&Tiur^vwrr*
Oimtmsht stops the Itching'and bleed* P
ing, heals ulceration, and in most cases .
removes the tumor. At druggist*, or by
nndl, /or 5o cents. Ur. Swuyuo & bon, 1
i hiladeiphia. .
o i o j
We have a speedy ana positive cure
I for catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth
and headache, In SHILOH'S CATARRH I
REMEDY. A nasal injector free with i
each bottle. Use it if you desire health 1
and swoet breath. Price 50c. N. B :
Dauiorth, wholesale and retail agent !
Second und Market at.. Wilmington '
»_ — •
The Domoerats ha re «elected Edward
G. Pierson ns candidate for Council
from the Fifth ward, and Richard i
Greer from the Seveuth.
Wo will nut vou on a new set
wheels, complete, with steel tires and
iriiHritntaiMi fr,v nBowers
K f ÄL sintZ UeT' ,aI * l °
l?«» . . .
Cummlngs. 802 Market stieot.
WAN A MA KICK'S
j Fiiiladslphia, Sut unlay, J
There a r o uncrowned
queens and peeresses with
out armorial hearings that
are wearing Cotton Dress
Goods this year in regal
fashion. Under certain con
ditions economy is tho first
element in the ethical cul
ture of dress. Expense is
not always beauty,
wonderful Cottons come in
just here and give to women
with wit to choose a chance
to dress well for a trifle.
Brandenburgs 20c, Canton
Cloths 12.1c, Challis 5c,
Ginghams 10 to 65c, the
wonder in Ginghams 18c,
Sateens 20 to 35 cents,
Mousseline de l'Inde 35c,
Organdies 35c, Pineapple
Philadelphia wovon stuffs
are being sent all over Eu
rope os specimens of choice
weaving, and Philadelphia
cotton prints are going to
Paris to show tho French
men that France, in cotton
printing as in government,
is no longer imperial
Tho Society of Universal
Ignorance has many mem
bers to whom real Gloriosa
in unknown. Letters come
to us with samples of Glori
osa, so called, the writers of
which know nothing of the
genuine until our Gloriosa
or samples surprise them iu
shocks occur dailv.
81.25, 48-inch $1.60. If you
need samples,write for them.
Just how we know not,but
dono it is; excellent black
open mesh, all-silk Grena
dine, 22 inches, 50c. Yes
terday its natal day, to-day
its first annoucement. It
marks a period in Black
Dress Goods history.
The relations with the
Sublime 1'orte continue
friendly. Attest the Turkish
Slippers, gilt aud silver em
broidered, tlikt come with
regularity. A now invoice
is just here, colors, black,
white, brown, blue, red,
yellow, $1 a pair. They are
y wonderfully pretty, and it
is comical to sco the
1 j attempts at imitation. But
none can touch the Bulgar
• , . , ,
j ian embroidery at anything
|like the price. A foot with
a Turkish Slipper is a hint
of a Bridgman picture.
But S li o c prose has
more interest. Our Shoe
»-1 nmi lives—here comes tho
ill it for flllU.loH of
j!,5 girls and small boys,
j The goods arc here to
! prove the facts stated. Never
„°°; mind how it came about.
, That concerns only tho
Thai oilier amazement, the
Ooze Calf Oxford Shoos at
(®AohM be. $3) arein force
again, brown and mouse. The
ten ' CO ' , .l ,lo ' ° f tl>0 "feet like
little mice may at last here
316 alizCtl S!l0eS -
ot Market at root,
I Havo you tried Stanton's
! Naptha Soapi Get a cake
and you'll likely want a box.
! 1 cake. 7 cents; 2 cakes, 18 rente;
ceulu, 100 cake box,'
' At the afternoon session of the Levy
, Court yesterday, after allowing Tho*
maa Fagan & Co.,$80.25 for driving the
prison van. Chairman Buckingham
P ffissn thd the following resolution,
. which was adopted:
"Whereas, We have reliable informa
1 tlon that the county constables are not
. performing their duties as required
j by chapter 18, volume 15, Laws of
Delaware; therefore be it
"Resolved, That in order to faclll
I täte this work the city be divided into
i four districts as follow's, to wit:
1 "First district—AU that portion of
B : the city lying south of Eighth street
! and west of Markot street to the city
' limits; County Constable Isaac N.
• Brown to make out a list of whole
8,110 8,1,1 ™ tal | ,loalor ?,- aud report the
881,10 t0 11,0 clork ot th0 I"»™ «1 this
i co ,Vo y * . .. . . , ...... .. ,
"Second district—All that portion of
the city lying west of Market street
«Ml north of Eighth street to the city
t ha . rle0 - ,
to inako out a list, as required
°- .8, volume> SRrs of
Delaware, and returned them as above,
'Third district—All that portion
Bouth of Eighth street and east of Mar
ket street to city line, County Consta
ble John H. Neu I zo to make out a list
as above prescribed.
"Fourth district—All that portion of
tho city north of Eighth street and
oast of Market street to city line;
County (Unstable William McKelvey
to make out a list ns above prescribed."
Warrants were ordered drawn for the
P., W. &, B. Railroad Company for
hauling stone to New Castle, for *94,
and for Magistrate Frank E. Smith for
npnld balance of *143.45.
Collector Gam being in Court stated
that ho had offered to settle for 1889,
but ho found the county owed him
*87 for constables fees, und then lie
refused to settle unless his account
allowed. The cost of the levy
was only *4.87 and he asked that it be
A motion to refund the money
adopted, chairman Buckingham and
Mr. Kilgore, Eliason, Grubb. Button
and Clark voting for refunding, and
Hutchison and Gilllsvot
ed against it. Mr. Simpler refused to
vote and Mr. Hickman was absent.
A resolution was adopted Instruct
ing the attorney for the Levy Court to
enter satisfaction upon collector Gam's
The account of ex-Commi salutier
Samuel J. McCall of Red L
rod, for *898.10, was allowed by tho
court, without the signature of Comp
troller Staats, because it was contract
ed beforo the Five Commissioners act
went iHto effect.
The account of Serick F. Rhalloross,
-corsmissionerof tho court, for *340,
13, was allowed on the same ground.
Mr. Clark offered a resolution direct
ing tho court's attorney to sutisfy the
bonds of ex-tax collector James H. S.
of Red Lion Hundred for the
After some discussion
solution it was adopted.
A communication w;is received from
John T. Dickey, County Tax Receiver
asking thut the fees imposed by the
sheriff for levying an execution pro
Mr. .Tolls did not think those costs
should be saddled upon theeounty,
the costs had been entered
back of the ollicial bond of
for back taxes for 1889. Mr. Gain had
the last day allowed by tho Five Com
settle his accounts
tho late Edmund Hur
. ex-county Treasurer, for *297.75
In favor of the AVilmingto
Ham T. M
Win. Button stated that there
too muchbroken stone In tho Now Cas
tle jail yard. Two car loads or the brok
stone had boen loaded in railroad
but after 12 o'clock to-night a lino
of *1 per car a day will bo imposed
until tho ci
elded to remove the ci
and put the stone
Court then adjourned until
day, Juno 10th, atlOo'clock.
de payable to Wil
is, late Treasurer of the
jvod. It w
Early Morning Eire.
Fire alarm 41 struck at 2 a. in. Natalo
Spognuole and his wlfo, weddod only
four weeks ago, had been aroused
from their slumbers in the second
story front room of Philip Plunkett's
building, 104 Murkct street by tho
rank und dense smoko thut arose from
tho burning shelves nnd cigar counter
• tho front window in their confec
tionery and fruit store, where they had
•y, whence a groat volu
uring out, and a gallant
bride calling for help
•Indow in the
•sting In the frontdoor,
'a wharf, had
in the affair to
liu> alarm bo?
lieen the enrliest
the outside Kpcctator. But Mr. and
Mrs. Hpagnuloescaped through
(I story coimnunlcutlng closet into
tho promise« No. 109, occupied by their
sy about tho fruitcros tiros,
cured in his collar only three
wcoks ago. He is insured for three
hundred dolluis, which will
Tho lire was quickly put out by
plug streams turned
d Washington firemen.
by the 1
Mill (.'reek Win*.
Tho horse Norris N., belonging to
to Alonzo Newlin, of Milltown, Mill
Creek hundred, carried off tho purso
off *2,500 at the Pimlico course, near
Baltimore, Md., on Thursday. He was
driven by James B. Green, of this city,
straight heats in 2.25,
2.24 V» and 2.2(5!'. Norris N. is a first
cinss horse and his eut
Is destined to make something hand
some out of him.
Charles H. Bon l»r
ill open his ico
rente; Tcoth cleaned..
box,' All work guaran
Teeth extracted evenings.
OR. E. C. HONEYWELL.
TOT MAKKET STREBT.
Offloe Open Till 8 P. M- feb7-tu.th.sa ly
d with Sll
H lull land Improvement «.
Eighteenth street, from Bancroft*«
road to Mt Salem lane, was for too
long a time itupassable. But recently
Mr. Wra. B. Brlnokle concluded that
Ward, of ChrlBtlana hundred, was
gaged to even up the rough places anti
open the sowers, ami within a week he
has put things into good shape. Those
who enjoy a pleasant evening drive
will iind Eighteenth street, west of
Bancroft's road, a smooth route from
eucl to end. Mr. Mason Phillips has
also shown to tho residents of the
Highlands, with pronounced success,
what humane care aud proper skill can
do for a once much abused and badly
dilapidated animui of the equine per
His recent investment in horse flesh
put him in possession of a mare which,
when he bought her, looked as if she
had been owned by canuibais or some
other heathen who begrudged the
poor, overworked animal even a pound
of flesh or a stalk of timothy,
grain of oats or corn. It is a real
pleasure to see what a man with some
humanity in his heart, and some sense
In iiis head, can do for any ^enterprise
that he undertakes. And it is a thou
sand pities that noble animals like
horses should be unfortunate enough
to bo owned by—what shall
them—bipeds in humau shape, who
seem to have neither ordinary sense,
the smallest grain of merciful hu
manity. Mr. Phillips lias shown tho
advantage of having l>oth good judg
ment and humane spirit.
Mr. John Mearn's Band has many
m friends who wish it success in
its laudable endeavors to swell "the
concord of sweet sounds." Tho festi
val held in its behalf lust week gave a
? ;ood opportunity to show a practical
rleudship for It. But even such an
occasion as a festival,
tine the strawberries and
cake, cannot undid a complete
curate test of ull tho interest felt in
such a useful organization
cornet baud. Mr. Mearns gives proof
every Sunday at Mt. Salem M. E.
Church of what a good cornetistcando
to improve the music of a church.
Another proof of what enterprise
and good taste can do. may be seen in
the residences of Messrs. F. Law and
Jno. W. Ritchie
Grounds and dwellings which were not
attractive u y
twelve months ago would
twice now to recognize localities.
A. B. C.
it should remain
•Green ht 11 Av
since, havo been
who knew them
e to look
Call and examine
goods for summer
elegant assortment at tho very lowest
prices. Wo have a fow more of th.
75o. cheviot shirts that we are selling
at 50o. to close them out.
bargain, ut T. A. Shannon's, 719 Market
and ?20 Shipley street.
line of dr
. Wo have
I In dress is
BEAUTY I not always
by expense. In those
days a man to he well
dressed need not neees
sariftly spend much
money. By patroniz
ing Sixth and Market
buyers realize that the
expense is materially
If to-day you are in
need of anything iu the
lines of clothing and
furnishing goods, no
matter what it is, Sixth
and Market has it in
prices consistent with
good quality. Our lines
of suits for men and
boys are constantly be
ing augmented by the
arrival of new goods and
a better assortment can
not be found.
To-day will see some
surprises in the bargain
line, and an inspection
will reveal them best.
You'll lienr of them la
ter, but, tho pick is to
Jas. T. Muli.in & Son,
0th & Market,
LOOK AT THE
+ BEAUTIFUL t STYLES^
Wc arc shot
Silk and Laos Cap; and Hats
Many of tl
Prices Are Lower Than Wa Ever
Saw Gffeied Before.
Our stock of Infants' long
and short dresses, aprons,
cloaks and coats is worth
your while to look through.
We do not have any care
lessly made goods. Each ar
ticle is made with great care
from good material at
VERY LOW PRICES,
E. B. RILEY,
228 KING STREET.
Revival et Dover.
Tho revival which began In the Sec
ond M. E. Church, Dover, May 94th,
still continues, 81 conversions to date.
The membership now numbers 40, the
Sunday Sehool. 74. Crowds continue
to attend. Tho bitterness against the
movement seems to be subskiing.
The managers of the Children's
Home will be pleased to receive the pa
trons and friends of the Institution at
the Homo on Wednesday, June 10th,
from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. At 11 a. m. the
children will give some of their kin
lour Shoe« \
ONCE ft WEEK!
Dth«r day« wash them
fPONQE AND WATER.
•VERY Counting Roorq
[VERY Carriage Owqer
[VERY Thrifty Mechanic
\VERY Body able to hold a brush
1 Atrasisuu A\ runr.
WOLPF * RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
let Store in Town.
505 SHIPLEY STREET,
Norman li. Bf.ed, Manager.
Is the place to buy
Pari o r, Chamber
and Dining Room
Oil Cloths, Refrig
erators, Hat Racks,
Tables and Rockers,
Porch Chairs and
which will be sold
very low for cash,
or on easily weekly
call and see our
goods and get our
Give us a
NORMAN R. REED,
PIT THE HOLLAR
WHERE IT DOES THE
E WILL GIVE TO
tlio limit in Quantity,
Quality and Value for it.
You shall choose from Style,
Variety, Beauty and Merit.
Just received another lot
of men's suits to sell at *10
and $12, which aro decided
bargains. Had we bought
them a month ago we could
not havo sold them under
$13 and $15.
Also new arrivals in Boys'
and Children's Suiting at
Bock Bottom Prices. All
goods marked in plain fig
Strictly One Price to All.
T. H. PENNOCK,
Pennock & Foreman
FIFTH AND MARKET.
Bath and Sitting tin
id for HEATING
water In ordinary
dlsponse with Area
. Ares in l
Hie cost of these stoves, of putting them
. and or the gas. Is very moderate com
A working Rumple of the water-heating
appliance c -
Tmun AND SaiFLKY STOUTS.
No. 117 MARKET STREET, between Front and Second,
act in the business, as in the social
world before anything life satisfactory results can be reach
ed, is to get acquainted. Permit us therefore to present
our card :
FRANK J. MURPHY,
117 MARKET STREET.
Between Front and 8ocond Streets.
Now, how can wo serve you ? That is the question that,
concerns—and, let us hope concerns you. We're hero to
do business in
FURNITURE, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, BABY CARRIAGES,
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CHESTS,
WATER COOLERS, GAS,
GASOLENE AND OIL STOVES.
nnd other household effects and requisites, and to sell
them to our patrons
ON EASILY TAID INSTALMENTS.
Wc won't quote prices, but ask you first to examine our
stock, its make and quality, pick out what you require and
we'll settle on figures that will bo satisfactory.
We're ono price, however. Wo don't make a high
charge to Mrs.Brown and a low ono to Mrs. Jones,because
she happens to buy a larger bill. Fair and equal treatme n
is the policy that wins in the end, and we've adopted it
whether the buyer wants £5 or $50 worth.
Want of ready cash should not, and need not, stand in
$1 Gash and $1 weekly will buy $20 worth.
$1 Cash and 50 cents weekly will buy $10 worth,
Your Purchase, whether small or large, will receive
courteous and careful attention.
—come and see us.
You havo our card
RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE,
Nos. 117 Market and 116 Shipley Streets,
N. W. Cor. Fifth nnd Adams sts.,
Telephone 183. Telephone 236.
Shipping a Speciality. Absolute purity guaranteed. Our Boer and Porter
are especially recommended for medicinal
225 King St.
JOHN M. SOLOMON,
Building Brick, Plastering Hair, Calcined Plaster, Fire Brick and
Fire Clay. Coal, Wood, Lime, Sand and Cement.
FRONT AND CHURCH STREETS,
G TON, DELAV
Main Office No. 3 West Third Street.
Spring and Sommer Stock ot
Cauz3 Harina Underwear
CHILDREN'S SUN HATS
FINE SHIRRED CAPS
. the newest^designs at popular
S. H. STAATS,
40S Market St. 405 Market 8t
6 i 6 KING ST.
Telephone signal 158. Open all night.
J. A. Wilson, Funeral Director.
Warrick Safety Cushion Tire9$t35
New Mail '
" 26 inch wheels 42
Complete line of Sundries and
214 KING STREET.
«L B. MARTIN,
Furnishing Undertaker and Em
NO. 807 SHIPLEY STREET.
W NIght calls atteuded to promptly
Furnishing Undertaker and
NO. 412 KING STREET.
Residence 1105 Madison street. Tele
phone coll 3111.
Do You SeeThe Point?
Hers It Is :
You come to
You buy of our footw<
You buy very low,
You get good values.
if you are not satlslied, you gel
your monoy back.
To Please Customers
We Must Profit Them,
M> tun 1
INo talk I
Lot of misses'kid spring heel, but
ton, worth *1.50 only 95 cents.
Lot of misses' kid heel
Lot of misaes'kld spring hoe 1 button,
•th «2.00 only *1.95.
Lot of ladies' kid button opera oi
square toe. plain and patent tip worth
*1.50 only fee.
Lot of ludiea' kid button, square toe
worth *9.00 now only g 1.85.
Lot of ladles' plain lasting button
Lot or children's kid patent tip spring
hoel button worth 85c.
sizes 5 to 7 V«.
Lot or children's spring heel button
liOt of childron'ssprlng heel button,
sizes 8 to lüj.-#, worth 950.
way of doing business.
I it nay to trade with us.
luslness in dollars and cents.
t only *1.85.
Lot of boy»' fine calf hook lace, size.;
S to Aworth *9.<><J now only *1.95.
Lot of boys' calf button, size
*8.75 now only *1.75.
Lot or ladles' dongola patent tip ox
ford ties only 59 cents.
Lot of ladies' kid opera slippers only
: only *1.25.
's calf congress tip, worth
r only *1.25.
n's calf hook lace, worth
want a pair of t-hoes.
tor what stylo, size or price, call In aud
206 Market Street,
(Kaet side above Second)
Wm. H. Babcock.
Tennis, Bicycle, and Base Hal! Shoes.
ofTcrod to lho InatoAt.
. for foalg
. All ycarlir
•ml in IftJl by Denvc
elation rules, time and
Winner of 1st Prcinlun
Ktandurd llrc.l Trotting Stallion
ciiuo 9849. fouled March 171.1», 1888,
Ihoii of Nutwoi
, rooord 9.18
i in 3.80 list. 90 this roar.
Utwoud Mniubriiio 8ÖS9,
Dam.—l,orlel, Trial 2.S5. By 6«-*iggert
Also Inheriting the Blood of Great Pro
brlno, 34Ä, Norman. 25, Volunteer. M,
illah, 15, Pilot, Jr., 12, Mniubrlno
Producing Dam».—Miss Bussell,
Bello, Woodbine, liurah Mare, lilaudlnu,
Martha. Lady P
of Hnmhtetonlnn, JO;
2; Alexander's Non
Is a beautiful chesnut colt
Hindu hlirh. wciirlis
wl by T. B. Marre
. Minn. In
give nil a chance
1 to this grandly bred young horae,
luuko the pcason at the very low
io of service wit
price of til. At
u living foul.
H. L. WOOD,
C y> Miles f
1391 Avondale Stud Farm 1391.
...72-1; »ii a, Adinlnlrtr».»,.,
I (2.«)). 857. limn. Mary A.
>T. (8.98). By Volunteer. .86.
El wood Modi i
/ (2.84?.,). 1992.
cliff s dam, (ir. dnm udBter
by Volunteer, .65.
-, da;a C, "v...
f theso three
>rs of desirable
m. and with the liellof
o t T nl tod States is offor
duciiig blood line
Hi*nd forextondod pedigree. Block taken
» board und train
C. N. BARNARD,
I'a. a; iJj-ski. k w
(BEAST FOURTH 8T.
A large assortment In new de
signs and Improvements of
American and Imported
E. EDWIN HANF.
WHITE LEAD, AND
Colors in 071
Town and Country
J. R.HUDSON ACO.
Cor. Front and Market Streets,
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