* I at
= i tho
el red Voter»' Rights. j all
Now that the young Mr. Carpenter .
fi'id hid früher huvodotnrmluod lu have j
»hnlesalo imeats nimio [or uffenoM
weh Uhe a Inrnd In 't
ulso. No do not believe the Messrs.
PUBLISHED DAILY CExci
Ti»r nr mini mm mm nmn
Ttir. HhruBLIüAîl BUlLDlNUt
S. E. COIL THIRD AND RING ST'S., i
THE IiEl'UnlJCAN HUNTING AND
committed, many of them imaginary, Lo
at last Saturday's election, the ltepub- ! fi°
Carpenter have very strong
backing in their undertaking,
people know, and they too, ought to
know, that tho wholo system of hold- |
ing elections in this city, and
well say in this comity
, and has been !
, „na »»» »cun
In saying tills much wa do not mean we
to Include the proeont »yelem of city
registration in tho catalogue of bod j
laws. ni..oguyagooa h, it p,,,,.
"ntH Z '"ut nnu ^ I
d Stato, ia ! ton
rotten to tho very c
so since laws were passed in 1873, pur
of making anything good come out
of tho old system ls sliuply ridiculous;
debauch the ballot. The idea
er was anything good in
It iutendod that
there should bo.
buck to tho abominable abortion of
1873 to lind a qualification for votors,
It 1ms got to suffer tlio consequoncofl.
There Is no denying the fact that
long as tho government of tho pooplo
by tax collectors, of which tho elder
wero urged against the election frauds
under tho law, but
publicans got down to hard-pan and
got to understand tho workings of tho
their grounds with Democratic oxen,
then troulilo c
•hiuo, or i
all right for the Democrats to \
glory in a long lino of Democratic
only by tho
most outrageous frauds
uhlsement of Republic«
tho Republicans got a little more
quainted with tlio
gau to put Republic
c * I
grist through j
111 then everything goes :
Democratic friends, j
would bo nearer
wex-e to say, wrong with the Me
Carpenter. Other Democrats s
understand the mutier and
of elections that is to tjo Inaugurated ;
next year under various registration '
laws thut have been passed.
But if Messers. Carpenter intend to
bei of Ko
rather lot tho wholo trouble goby with
out making any fuss about it,
trust for tho future
•oral po- j
election laws, the ltepublicane mi K ht |
well do a Uttlo ot it too. They have
mich wider range for making or
rests limn the Democrats have.hecatiso j
d. par tu. > ntsaw proper in the appoint
incnior their inspectors to eive the j
ltoiuocuits two ont of tlnoo In thirt y -1
three districts and ths Itepuhlicans
Iwo ont ot three In twenty-two dis
Ulets. AUhe most of those Deium-nt
ic districts,there wero the most bhaiue
lui efforts made to keepltepuhln uus
votma. und lu district« where I
in i •
publicans, umongst them
lice men, for technical violatlo
i extreme ly
as a large colored vote it was
tlio boast of lh» Democrats that
some instances more than half of
them weio kept from voting, though
they had proper
properly registered and liud a perfect- !
For instance, lu tho Find district, I
Eleventh ward, how «lid the case stand? !
ly legal right to vote.
x-Constublc Hurry 11. Smith w
master of Democratic
' u ,
Here, twenty-six colored
legal voters, were registered
vote. Only fourteen of lb
vote. Kcnnard Dut
, In at
tempting lo vole, w
kicked und bruised by a gang of Dora
. ,, ,
ray, butknowInB that ho, at,
least, Had a perfectly qualified riant to
regardless °t others came bark ,
and tried to vote, when ho met tho
brutal treatment and ho has not
ic heelers fre
voted yet. Wi
like tld» committed ut
where tlio Messrs. Car
run things? Was any white Democrat
knocked down twice, and kicke«l and
ho wanted to vote?
most upproach to anything
dien Mr. Gorrell
baii'tod Ills ticket in over the heads of
others at the
of thut. kind
Mitchell pushed him away, telling hit
Captain Mltcholl ho» been dragged be
ot his turn yet. Lv
fore the G
If the c
Captain Mitchell, tho police
ere to bo punished, what
done to the Democratic rough»
knocked Kcunurd Dutton down
twice drove him away from the polls,
that he lost hi» vote? Dutton's a
of n hundred similar.
Tho groat difficulty lies in llio root,
that Democrats will not permit colored
men to voto at all. quulilled
qualified unlea» they vote the Demo
cratic ticket. Perhaps It may dear
away tiro election atmosphere
whut, if a number of cases
to tho court, that the pooplo may be
informed officially, that colored voters
have the same right
If they have not, let it be known that
colored men may not bo subjected to
all manner of iudlgnltles and suffer
Ylolencu iu an honest attempt
, I M,. ..-.
I Governor Reynolds within ten days
paid two visits to Wilmington. When '
he oarno on Memorial day he was the
honored guest of the brave veteran
other speaker*. Ho «»upiedtho.port (
or honor in u parade in uouoi of the
day and the dead soldiers. Ills speech *
at the Court-house wits pronounced
i tho best that hud over been prepared I
I for hint and that ho lmd ever commit- . y°
ted to memory. Ho was honored by
j all and tho people thought well of
. their executive.
j HI» suouiid visit was mad« last Mon
day, when he onmo up to see »nd honr . ,
the election went lost Saturday. :
mot at tho dopot by Johu T. j
Dickey. H. wae ~».rL«l up towa *
John l. Dickey. He was told how tho .
election went by John T. Dickey. Ho j
took dinner with John T. Dickey. Ho
scortod ba<*k to tho hv t
scortod back to the depot by f
soldiers. Ho was received with high*
honors, feasted and banqueted at the
i ^'O'ton House. His patriotic speech 1
j was applauded to tho echo, and high
passed upon him by
| «R'lm T. Dickey,
Tho Governor's first visit to Wilming.
the chief Exocutivo of Del*
! Aware, his second as a Democratic poll- i
John 1. Dloltoy the.
leading Democratic politician of Now
nF!kl« ° UUnty W1 "* t ' 1 üllr ermie« It
Alt. at once, while the city has been 1
getting along without any .tetectivo
we are to ha\e foui. I woof these are O
plovl<lod lor In a of tho
j dnd Govurnor Reynolds is
jtoj-v«th u I, ^ ^
ing four for Wilmington. Euch of ;
thorn is to have a salary oï $9üÖ and H
the City is to nav for 1 1.« wh.dn «r t
,, . P y . 'kolo of them.
Under tho circumstances tho two de
! ton w
loctlvus to be appointed by tho Gover
nor will bo about
fifth wheel to a wagon.
Nevertheless, the Governor will, of
course, appoint them
tunlty Is offered to
Democratic officials Into a RopuUUc
city. Tho two detectives to be appoint
ed by tho polico commission will bo
amply sufficient for ull tho business re
vices in Wilmington.
•aster (Pa.) N
I distinguished Itself by printing nsix
teonpago edition of its excellent paper,
fully Illustrated,showing the buslm
enterprises of the city
idoubtedly has i
d copies havo boon
d they will bo sent all
broad land that tho people
niuy know that Lancaster county still
retalu» Hb position
* I Twenty tho
spot" of the United States and ls
6 J prolillc In big enterprises and big crops
it Is in giving big Republican
of tho l>est
I joritius. The Era Is
i und most enterprising papers in the
! country and friend Geist lin»
j g mUi latiolis,
; of bis
mington Comniorclnl College, has pro- j
j College Coiumoncsiuont exercises ln I
| ô'-c,h«* ,l no»t PO ™o!!!ôv"l» ""./oTt'ho j
live men or tlwday that le doin« his
|fuUshare towards making the world |
j wiser end better. We bespeuk for him
» crowdod Opera House ot the heetcitl
/,.»,»» «ï wilmiugton.
j — —
-1 Tire new police force uuder the com
lulsslo nets will cost tho city onuunlly
^is.SUO not IneludhiK turnkeys. Junl
tor and matron. The chlof wdl he
j<j:» 00 ; two captains filHOO; two «Ictec
Live* *1800; four sor«eunt*. ra'und
I forty-tour lintridiuon, rdO.MNI, t.ital
' f , a o o'l'f'" " u "° 'T 1,h , , " 0 !'" y
; for a good forco and good protection.
l'noFr.sHon II. S. Goldoy, of the Wll.
*e intellectual tre
! ° r stomach, liver
j be promptly rectllied by Ayer's Cuthar
I Fill». Those Fills «Jo not gripe, uro
! Perfectly sah« to take, and re
! tendency to liver or bowel co
At the llrst ImUui
1 the deranged or
j cognizant of their
u , intemperate and profane habits, would
save the police commission trouble,
and themselves mortlllcntion, by not
applying for appointment on the polico
the Board of Health has «le
« lured William II. I«ee
at, That must hurt Mr. Leo's foeliugs. As
to buard ,„ work la ateteimlKmeee,
, Wllltara may Bnd blInB0lt Tcry 6uU .
déni y abated.
Quay have had
ant coufoi e ico. What
this will be t • tho De
umicablo and pleas
> I r. 1
us an admirable remedy
t trouble* ßold only In boxes.
be- tohaeco equal
,< ,oln the "'"'r.
... nothing but the beat,
other piece of chewing
Five Brolhor» Flug.
r there le
8 ' MM * '
bo ■ N o 't ïuêr naV ^iuc
leavlug the ekln
y. Its groat
, druggist for 8
! facturers, have removed from
not I TVebt Second street to No. 4 LastSecond
eet. Everybody Invited to give them
eenfc'vv on,t î orffet lt- r> McCußker. 216
be ! lino sboesTand^ia sells them low. Ck ° f
. Now Is the time to order your «3 00
that j crayon portrait at Cummings' gallery,
to au * i ^ ur ket street.
Dr. J. C Pickels cures liver and kid
ney troubles, 7U5 Market street.
Fim,At>Ku»niA, Wednesday. June, 10 , 1801 .
you pictures in words of ;
passing things that Will in
terest—pictures from yOUT
»joint of View—tllC buver'fl
* . . J Y.,
Evidence C01HC8 daily that •
y° u ßce an J tllink &bOTlt
tllCS6 B VieWS, photographed
instantaneously Upon your ! .
mind bv tt glance OVCr your
, ® J ,
tiaiiy newspaper. j
Not an item of all that we !
havc presented during the
. . woolr h»« fnilo/1 nf fivîn ct
lasC WCCK Has laiieCI 01 fixing
attention. Blit WO are Care*
t i r n -j.
f u J 0 f the ltCUlS.
TlllS ColllDHl i& , yOUT
Kodak of the Store.
Tiot.q of in ad nrul wonisn
i . . » »
have yet to learn the pleasur
J f i
flDlG CODlIOrt 01 Vjllting
Shoes. Wc have fifty sorts,
and each special variety is or
, ., » 1 in-. •
made With BOnie definite aim.
Science and sense seize the
O l, ftonn j i ro * n ita rlnhr
an iJ train it to its duty. .
P 01 JLCnniS y OU CRIl DU Y |
Shöcs at $1, or may pay
for"The CluV' Shoes of gray j
; DUCkSKin With KuSSia leather 1 in
H origin Tim Lnof H
8a(lcll °' 1 lic 0est '
TTiAvrlifitfl nopd to Iia pata- !
BlCyCUBW Iicetl LO UC care j
fui of Shoes. For their use !
,1 e « 1 ,i , I
the one perfect make is that
adopted by the L. A. W,
laced, low cut, §3, high cut,
« , 7 ,, r il ai ° 1
rp-i. W G SOll them.
The monotony of the side
walks is relieved by colored
latent Leather ohoes. Tor
men «17.50, 4 colors; for wo
men «G, «0.50 and «7, in
nine colors and combinations.
Strong talk but true. A
China Matting Bargain—the
best we ever have offered.
190 rolls, 27 inches, 40
yards, at «8.50 —have been
«18. The finest Fancy
j Matting imported.
I Here's another Matting
Rug chance. Japouese this
130 Rugs 27x54 inches, 50 cents.
100 lings 80 x 00 inches. (V
00 Rugs 30x72 inches, 75 cents.
j Becond lloor, Market street, Carpet
I 111 general look the details
j «] ftt follow reSOmblö tllO |
Musllll Underwear talk of
| Yesterday. Blit 0V0VV itcîll '
» différant Tho nonnn.l |
ClUtereilt 1 lie bCCOnfl
week ol tiie special sale ;
opens with increased powei'
n ,.,l ;,, I.t
>-• . * |.
I'J pluils, trimmed with Hiuuhur« i
Good 'll. tmiii? xiaidffownB of ö rows ^
of Hamhujg hmertinn^ b,v ,
d sleeves, trimmed ^vldl neat
S' m!!s'ihf 0, Nh;ht«owne,
at einbiuidery' 'lîotwcen ' «no .
phiiis. nock yoke and sleeves
trimmed with neat embroidery,
plaited hack aud high full sleeves, I
'.! ; i
Chemises of good muslin, Ham
i«l Ovlge, 40c.
Hue muslin, Hamburg
ombroidcry, 50c; In line cambric,
Chemises of line cambric, trimmed !
with Torchon lace, insertion aud
cambric, yoke of 3
burg odgo and beadln
•y fine muslin or
of either good enin
luuslin. with neat Hum
burg edge. 15«;. Three plec
only sold to ono buyer.
Corset Covers of lino cambric,trli
mod with neat embroidery, 25c.
Finer and better, 50c.
Corset Covers of iino cambric, trim
med with Hamburg edge, 35c.
n Drawors, with
clusters of 4 Ihm
yer. e ° pl " ;e "
muslin, noat I
Hamburg ruffle, plait» above,
plait. s c
only a«dd to
Drawers of good iino
ood muslin Drawer», with
Root Beer Extract.
a wide 111 !
i ï-Ta it» ubovo,
akes a de
ake» five gallons of
Z. JAMES BELT,
SIXTH AND MARKETSTREET8
Por pood cabinet photographs try
Cummings, 80» Market street
i There were TO touts token on Satur
day at the Camden Camp, and conse
quently a large camp is anticipated.
Tlie family of Watson R. Hperry of
the Morning News lias gone to Ocean
; rullmor who elp „ rlonM(1 a
vere attack of the pneumonia is now
"SSTwLm, .1. A. Suydam and
John Percy went to Binghampton, N.
Y., on Monday to uttend the annual
| session of the supreme castle, A. O. K.
• *~. T
Mills K, recently suffering ° lowna
vere attack of bronchitis has nearly re
! . Laoiukln Tribe, Imp'd O. R. M , of
city nMt'saturdiy évÂntt. Mtaiù»
, Tribe or this nty will vielt Shawnee
j Tribe of Chiyton on June 19th.
! The Harlan à Hollingsworth Com
Stonlngton Steamship Co. They will
each beBOO feet long, their docks will
carry 100 earloode of freight and the
100 staterooms will oocomraodato 200
first class passengers. They will be
ready for launching in September.
l ook Here Friend. Are You
from a se
Do you suffer from Dyspepsia, Indl
gyrtion. Sour stomativ, Lfv«r com
i pliUnt, Norvuusnw». Lost Appetit«,
Biliousness, ExhaustIon or Tired Feel
ciîugh a NightowMtB, t NerT 0 ^ , 8 1
or »»y (orm oi (OnsumnUonr it so,
semi to Prof. Hort, «8 Warren street,
New Y orte, who will scud you free, by
S " buttle ot mtK ' icina ' vhich ls "
. Wedding Beim,
| A pretty home wedding took place
1 in the holy bonds of wedlock to ( lias,
H - 1>yl °- At three o'clock to the strains
«I the wedding march, played by Miss
! Marne J. Durham, the wedding party
j 0ntolw j th 0 pieusantly lighted und
! nl°ely trimmed parlor and under a
I largo maniage bell of daisies, who
Rev. o. c. Burt performed the
Messrs. Goo Gregg and. Joe. Hughes
aud Misses Broiuard and Pol lock. After
the ceremony and congiutulatlo
Sundayoveningand will make their
home for 018 prweut wlth u,a lMo ' u
St. Paul's M. E. Sunday School
On Steamer Columbia,
Friday, Juno 12th, 1891.
ml er 13 years.
7 es King street wharf i
Sale of I ,.. Wo in -
S Bedding and !attend on
Wj TP *'° this list j
| IpQC til911 ' UlV ' U °
ICOO U ldi I i r O 0 U 1 for
' Pnçt IS U C ll
| V,Ua1, I .roods aild
| o 00HS ailtl
; shall not keep them liei'caf
tor. One box Rilling bed for
rf . ...-.T rp
|87.üU Were ^12.50. I WO
IwivO Spring beds for ^'2.50,
wore *150 Two wire Htirimr
|. , ? ' , * . ' i
1,C ' l8 for Wre*7.60. One
i OstermOOre felt bed 814.50,
^ were $27. Four feather pil
b,v , ] ows wcre $1_75. Tliree
felt pillows 75f. WtTC $1.25.
Two elastic felt pillowB $1.50
. ' Vt>r0 ^ 2 - 50 ' OllC elastic bob
stor for $3.75 were $4.75.
, , , , Tr
I X1 IIS IS tllO WllOlC stock. YOU
will not have such a chance
Fifth and Shipley Sts.
Warrick Safety Cushion Tires il35
New Mail 44
" Malta " 26 inoh wheels 42
I Complete line of Sundries and
214- KING STREET.
Security Trust and
Safe Deposit Go.,
No. sm Market Street
* ur ltE£
jail b.°<: H i!a*k
The regular weekly session of the J
Board of Health was held last evening, nn.l
Ex-Secretary Leo was not present, ul-j
though it was known that he was in fully
the building. The minutes were kept
by Secretary Cokiuhoun. After some ate,
routine buslnoss Lad been transacted, get
President Wales said that Loo was still
claiming to be the secretary or the ment,
board and registrar, and acting as its
such. He thought something should side
be done to keep him out of the office,
Dr. Shortlluge was of tho same sour
opinion, and offered tho following, and
whlch was adopted: ach
"Resolved, That William H. Loo, ex- those,
secretary of the Hoard of Health, la a short
nuisance and must be abolished."
Mr. Van Trump moved that the new
secretary bo instructed to buy now and
locks for the doors of the board's of- a
President Walos said that Leo must and
l»o compelled to give up llio keys and
iords of tho office, peacefully If ho
will, but be must give them up. BÉÜ
board thou adjourned, but immediate
ly, with Secretary Oolquhoun, went
into a secret secsion. What
at tho socret session none of the
bors would Bay, but from the conver
sation of some or tho members after
ward It was understood that the board
had decided to keep Leo out of the
office and also to get possession of the
records. They would not say how
they proposed to got possessi
records or "abolish" I/»e.
We gave her Caatorla.
When she waa a Child,
ßho cried for Castorl»
When she became Mies,
She clung to Caatorla.
When ehe had Children,
She gavo them Caatorla.
The Eleventh Ward Ilucket.
beginning to Ioak out how
the Eleventh ward was condod by the
Democrats last Saturday. Out of 20
colored voters registered only 14
permitted to voto. At 5 o'clock
of l'euth ward heelers went to the
polls at No. «13 Maryland av
took possession. The gang
by Hugh Lynch. They knockeddowu
kenuard Dutton.a respectable colored
man, who was trying to voto and kick
ed 1dm several times, and threatened
to sorve all white Republicans who at
tempted to vote the same way. Four
pollceineu who wero sent for came
the ground aud established order.
vote, but when he got back to tho
polls the policemen were gone, and
Dutton was knocked down aud l>eaten
again. Ex-Constable Harry Smith
was prominent at tho polls in theso
thou sent for to come und
We havo just recel vod a
wash flannels in stripes and polkadoti
ï selling at 10c. and 12}^c
worth 150. We have a few more new
shades in pongee silk, cunt«
and ginghams that
cheap ut T. A. hhuunou,
720 Hhlploy street.
! selling very
7J9 Market A
The pavers and rammers of Wilmlng
'quibted to uttend a meeting
at No. 408 Tat null street,
11. 1891, at 7.30 o'clock.
ured by Specialist, Dr. J. C. I'ickels.
d chronic diseases
Five and Twenty
A ND Twenty-five Dollars
will give you a Suit
($20.00) and a pair of extra
Trousers ($5.00). Just think
of Twenty-five Dollars for
your Spring and Summer
outfit! Ami we'll guarantee
to make these garments to
your order so well that you'll
ho getting as good value as
if you paid out forty five or
fifty-dollars. To tell you the
truth no merchant tailor in
the city can begin to give
you as much for tho money.
E. !. WILSON,
IA NT TAILOR,
S. W. Cor. Fourth and Market.
H. C. PIERSON, Manager,
m U Smeod
703 Market Street.
Tims Sashss and Silts.
Spring Neck war, Shirts, Cal*
hn, Caffs, els.
Batli and Sitting
m od 8
•ut and for HKATING
ordinary range boilers
•ea, of putting them
ln, and or the gan. I» very
panri with the comfort, especially in hot
A work ing sample of tho watcr-hontlng
appliance can be
'Æe cost of th«v
Tiiiau and Enipncv Sthbets.
M > oq
The report that prisoners have been
nn.l are constantly osoaplng from thot I
malignant gaoler, liver complaint, is
fully not roborated by the setf-ltberatod
captives. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
ate, they say, the means by which they 8
get rid of their fetters. Few alto
gothar avoid tho bondage of this ail
ment, and few are unacquainted with I
its signs, viz: pain through the right
side and shoulder blade, furred tongue,
yellowness of the eyeballs and skin,
sour breath, sick headache, dyspepsia
and constipation. Hostotter's Btom
ach Bitters puts a prompt period to
those, brlugs them to a full stop In
short order. Whether the trouble is
chronic or temporary, this medicine ia
equally effective, regulating the liver
and bowels thoroughly. It Is likowlso
sovereign remedy for rheumatism,
kidney complaint, malaria, heartburn
very much disap
iointed witli the result of tho election
ast Saturday, and as ho lias been very
quiet since, some of his friends say
that he ia mentally calculating how tho
We have a 'speedy ana positive euro
for catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth
and headache, in SHILOH'S CATARRH
REMEDY. A nasal Injector free wit h
50c. N. B
each bottle. Use It If you <
and eweot breath. Price
Dauforth. wholosaln and retail agent
Second and Market st.. Wilmington
Great Reduction In Photograph*.
One 10x20 Crayon Portrait with «..o
dozen cabinets for $4.00. One dozen
Poli tes for SOoenteat Holland's Gallery
307 Market streot, Wilmington, Dela
The managers of the Children's
Homo will be pleased to receive tho pa
trons and friends of the Institution at
from 10 a. in. to 5 p.
children will give some of their kin
Wednesday, Juno 10th,
. At 11 a. m. the
Walter Joseph, house and sign paint
r, shop No. 003 West Second street.
New Store inTown.
505 SHIPLEY STREET,
Nobman R. Reed, Manager.
Is the place to buy
and Dining Room
Oil Cloths, Refrig
erators, Hat Racks,
Tables and Rockers,
Porch Chairs and
which will he sold
very low for cash,
or on easily weekly
or monthly pay
ments. Give us a
call and see our
goods and get our
NORMAN R. REED
! M a k e a
SERGES I most desir
this weather. As com
fortable and serviceable
a material cannot be
found. We have made
up several lots of this
goods aud their values
do their own talking.
$10 buys a very good
suit in black or blue
color and material guar
made suit any stylo of
coat comes at $12, $13,
$15 and $18.
found our suggestion
about these goods a
very good ono. Here it
At $8 and
$10 we offer you a coat
andvest ready niadejnow
put with this a pair of
cuatom-mado liants at
from $5 to $12, and
what better suit can you
get ? You suroly can
not get a cheaper one.
A new lot of hoys'
pants came in this week
and there are some de
cided bargains among
them—25c to $2.
Jas. T. Mullin dc Son,
6th & Market,
AI A "Fl I lil A
I _ I 11 I H1 lU | a
ULU I I III IU
^aiia ■ aisa
8 8 1 I|flV|llwll
UI»V I lllllU
I 1 ! 11 I U IfU 1 "
III If I IE lllll
All these are bright, stylish and desirable goods and of right
weights for the season,
Boston Ono Price doing House,
213 Market Street,
JUSTIS & DAVIDSON, Proprietors.
Telephone No. COS.
I HAVE A FINER SELECTION OF
Than ever before, which I am offering
packed in a basket at
ONE DOLLAR A DOZEN
Some of the choicest varieties included.
Also a full assortment of all kinds of Bedding Plants.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
M. F. HAYDEN, 702 MARKET ST.
Wc will make to your order in best manner a
Clay Worsted Coat and Vest and a pair of fino
Trousers. These goods are worth more money.
But we want to reduce our stock all we possibly
can during next 30 days.
I. W. GIBNEY, MERCHANT TAILOR,
NO. 315 MARKET STREET.
Third door below Fourth.
Office and Brewer,
N. W. Cor. Fifth and Adams sts.,
Shipping « Speciality. Absolute purity guaranteed,
re especially recommended tor meUiclnuluse.
Depot and Saloon.
d 225 King St.
Uur Beer und Porter
JOHN M. SOLOMON,
Building Brick, Plastering Hair, Calcined Plaster, Fire Brick and
Fire Clay. Coal, Wood, Lime, Sand and Cament.
FROIStT AND CHURCH STREETS,
Main Office No. 3 West Third Street.
ML AW ARE
bands, patent back, sleeve,
. White Shirt Is made with a
«1 front, a set In
lined with duok, linen
length 30 inches.
WYATT & CO
603 Market Street, W 1., Del.
Eeavenus Stock Para Premia 5250
This premium Is offered to
yearlin» «soit, for toals of IÛ,
trotted ln M. All yearling eolts
dueeof all nmroaserved In 1891 by Run
nue are oli/ibihle to start for purse, p
to be mile heat* best tv
dur assoclatlun rules, time and
jdneeto be auaounced not later than July
Fair, 1688 .
The Standard Bred Trotting Stallion
Benvonuu «M9, foaled March 17th, 1888.
Grandson of Nutwood 80t\ record 2.18 8-4,
G reatest «ire on earth,
augbterg In 2.80 Hat. 20 this year.
Biro — Nutwood Murabrino BÄ»Ö.
Dam.—Lorlei, Trial 2.26. By Bwiggert
Also Inheriting the Blood of Great Pro
ducing Bins, lleluiont, 64, Woodford
Mambrlno, 346, Norman, 26, Volunteer, 55,
Abdallah. 15, Pilot, Jr., 12, Mambrlno
Ilelk>, Woodbine, 11
Martini. Lady Patriot.
Three Crosses of nsmbletonlsn.
Three Crosses of Msmbrlno Chief,
-w M are> Blandiuo,
; Alexander's Norman, 25;
Is a beautiful chesuut colt
ISjtf hands high, weighs 1000 lb*., Isa
natural trottur, bred by T. B. Marrott, 8t.
Paul, Mluu. In order to give all a chai
to breed lo this grandly bred young horse,
he will make tho season at the very low
rioeof 826. At time of service with re
privilege until mare has allying foal,
the farm of his owner
H. L. WOOD.
BJu Mites from Wilmington.
Our Japanese Gold
Equal to SOLO LEAF.
Tho great transparent
stain and Varnish combinée
for Glass or »Vood.
Try our Carriage
You will use no other.
Oils, Varnish, Glass anc'.
Putty. Painters supplies.
House l'ainter and Gra ner.
JAMES M. BRYAN
107 West Stlt Street,
Glueing promptly nttonded *
Telephone, 490 l
hp-Jng tail Summer Stock <
CHILDREN'S SUN HATS
FINE SHIRRED CAPS
ln all tho newest Ucaisms at popular
S. II. STAATS,
40B Market St. 405 Market St
DR. F. E. SMITH
:X Haring mnOTOfl
iff from Nu. Min to No.
TEETH EXTRACTED 25C
WITH VITALIZED AIR 50C
TEETH FILLED. COLD
TEETH 44 SILVER, - 7Bo
Best Set of Teeth,wamuit
cd, for $8.
DR. F. E. SMITH,
Graduate Ihdltiuoro Cullcgc of i jc
B uruory. aJU-fc-iu-wtf
WHITE LEAD, AND
Colors in Oil
Town and Country
Gor. Front and Market Streets,
Ours is The Place,
600 KING STREET.
If you want to buy a kooi! cheap Sew
ing Machine, ours Is the Place.
If you want lo buy a good Shuttle Ma
from fc» to f40.
11 you want the fla«*ft of them all, liuy
ttie STANDARD ROTARY SIIUTTLK
uliiK. the «luictcat, tin
ll around thu ina^
.. Fully w
company aud pcittoually.
«) plaça If you want anythin*
•Ing Mactiino line. NcedlcU
d attachment* for all kind* ol
oftt rapid and
!n the Hew
part«, oll ï
i an experien<wtl
l. Machines nud Drtm 1-ormi
Sold on Installment*. Our* I* tho place.
STANDARD 9MWING MACH1NM ROOMI
600 KING STREET.
T. D. DROWN. Uaiing-er.
Rooms, 609 King Street.
Old machines repaired bj
LEN lBL'3 FAMOUS
Bavarian Lager Beet
The Bavarian Beor has caught ths pi
lic taste and oonnolssenrs pronouns« it
tbs «quai of ths best German brewtngii
It Is pure and contains only mal«, hop!
and water. Ask for LengeVft Bavarian
Beer. It ls on tap at all loading saloon«
JOHN A. LENOËL,
Fifth and DuPont Sts.
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