Newspaper Page Text
DAILY REPUBLICAN ^
i • ' FUDLLSliED DAILY (Except Sondax) —AT— THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING, C. K. COR. THIRD AND KINO ST'S., THE RETDÜMCAN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. Entered Del. ; ..... postomee nt Wilmington, second-duns mail matter. SATVIinAT JTN1C *7. 1891. general there has been organized effort to observe the Fourth of July in any pubiio manner, there will be no lack of the usual din and nolee that have marked other Inde Ti pendence days. Store wind profusely decorated with all the usual parmphornalla of noise making. There are tire crackers, larger and smaller plosives and amongst them the deadly toy-cannon and toy-pistol. Shuttered nerves nro to be still farther shocked the streets, sick to bo muds Bicker still, ar* to be scared and made to j away, smashing carriages and the in mat os as well; boysaro to bo maimed snd blown up and proporty, no doubt, be destroyed by fire, all that American independence may be taken notice of. The Fourth of July is a great day and ought never to be forgotten—it nover Will by true Americans, but the cele bration of it should bo controlled and kept in proper channels. The people going to celebrate it anyhow In kind of a manner, and it ought always to l*o taken hold of in time, and celebrated in a rational way Loiit ti.ig the occasion. by these explosions peop hurst Tar. empaneling of a jury in New York last week to try Chauncey M. Ix'pew .n, .he o"*r „ireoto.» „I ' New York and Mow Haven railroad for i tlio lute tunnel disaster, brought to the t a juror named Wernard, a fruit b aler in the Washington •'cot who being questioned declared upon | hoard of th that he had IN of rhauncoy M. Dopow. Tlio | man under tho law was a competent j Juror, while others who know him and 1 who wero familiar With fill the details of tho accident, j wore excluded fram the jury What fni <eral»lo farces are Hie which irn;»arlial juries are obtained when to got t< ml of id >y Impartial or read the paper have to be selected. But to be reminded that , the ig i some prominence, a fruit sfe, had :cy Jt. Depew, re dealer in Washlugto Dev heard of Chau Calls tho rninglod In ©fa distinguished soldiers definition of fCory - "To bo found dead on the bat tle Mold and have your name mis spelled in tt»c • and cyniei «»papers. " as.d AI order, and ihoev A hot-headed -handy piKtol,always In the hands of such men, Sie responsible for whs likely unter, the victim, though •till alive, being without hops of reeov- j try. The tragedy again shows the j danger of always having a pistol ever . Tlio pistol was the winding up of n long-standing fend be tween two families living in adjoining but who, from frequent quar rels, had learned to thoroughly halo •a.di other. James McElhcnny, who wounds will probably provo fatal, had the misfortune Lo live next door to William J. Dunseitli, •ange to prove a ready at hand. I iteorne, impetuous » unity iua of eh to keep tii nature tun oil. 8u ch a Qt a oc is not calculated tob« nuiilty, but on tlio contrary will by his SUffO vernähte temper indues othe heighbo fago in qniiriel» that Chully othorwt» •epwitw outbursts of of pro eon Mo repute to on th-y This •ay the McElhcnriy Into tho quarrel der. Hot plo sllDUld rould void. Vi have bee th tliut ended In prof headed and imp'd. I" 'carry pi -!ol». Ml yet they me tho very ones to have then a! abou hoy 1 In ncy that they ueeit them I de fe HOlf . Me liko I Mil should •mays bo file i olioe and e Ue to keep si pistols, the house ready for u. Our deter tond service by keeping n pO'-plO wll or with i dor th • a voiltaiHS of •ortsln i. ild bo •It fini » them lying round der tho city a at eh ualiy boiling pers and pro othey are k •dig li •soute them ©very ti •o carry a pistol. Tim tirljr cm ri ►heps it lying whoro readily lay bit- hand u i it. c- norally Ilf's so Idea uf vi. his •ml in tlio pi* of tiino this feeling ealityas it did In the tei'dny, when his d disturbed imagination led him tocommitu probable In* i SOS to •Use of Dunsoith j Vivid rdor. A printers ink fou Rlnlcty Mil tlmli Amori a wns almost Atuotlcun patronized Atnorhî •verybody seemed Germans. But iderthe M«* rude with itirciy knocked printers sit Ink makers • Ply d Sfied but the w tho latter linto purchased land In Newark. New Jo •nd have l«gun the erection of a •noth plant, tho buildings alone of which i t se y to cost $S5.C>00 They will still continue to trade to the American »till ex;.< their war to all parts of the world, they will build up a horns Anoerlc Besides, iket for Still tho ft tials do not think pro tout ion is bene OclaL trade jour Simply anply ''Sw^ni'b uat luediciuo ieuu r, ecaaiuu. itch, all eruu hnn-te, nose, etc., leaving wlilta and healthy, n* and curnti glut for Swatmi ie akin »rac'd y . "»«if you - , OixrucMT. ^ A, '"°* bulwln * ,n New Tork h "' Loan roofed in with American tin-nlate. _ __ __ with American tin-plate, ! . . . v ' and still th» free trade papers keep up ! the lio that American tin-plate is not ( mado, except for advertising purposes, These sne e free trade nnners hnvn these same free trade paper» have turned their attention to the Treasury ( Department at Washington, and they , have been circulating all kinds of un- 1 ,,,_I trulhs about them being a deficit in the ( treosury. Instead of there being a deficit there is a largo surplus, and that the Imnvteat nnvmrnte h-iv« that ti e heaviest payment» have a been made the surplus will grow very rapidly. Now Tot the noxt He. The political change» about to take place on the tint of July knocked all hloa of having any fixed observance of tbe Fourth of July com pletely out of the minds of the poople bo far ns Wilmington is concerned, and little sister of New Castle I» left to har» ft When the blood is loaded with Im purities, the wholo system becomes disordered. Tills condition of things j cannot Inst long witliout serious suits. In such cases, a powerful alter fttlvo Is needed, such as Ayor's Sarsa parlllu. It never fails, and has equal, »nopoly of July celebrating New hand. We sincerely hope Castle friends may have pleasant and patriotic time of IL Intensely Dodire, No. ♦, K. or P .elect. rvm!FnB: ll r!;: ï EvÂj?, , ; 1 «' , T'<' y George F. Thorn- V. C. E B Wrlcht P. H. H. Hidff^wav vfc ôf F a it' I Cross grove; M. of'fc.. James M. Tuck- ; ex ; K of R. and S., J. ü. .1 ones; M. at A., G. Hamilton; I. O., I. Hansell; O. G., W. T. Lincoln. Election of flay!' The following Washington c elected by Lady •il. No. 1. D. of L, turning; C., E. H. Bane; V. C . A. J. Newkirk; A. C„ El!«B. Robinson; A. V. C . Maggi» Wilson ; JF S.Idateirpmitm ;<i..AnideMeVnt?ny; ' SSSÄSVÄ, TrulU i F. It. Irons; library director, E. S. Bane. Tho Fourth Ward Republic lus held their ufi '.t* I ay «varrti.g t 'ing ofllceis U» survo tho ensuing tnaldent, Josej.h WlgglesWorth: resident, J. >fnrk(ey Eingley; ling secrotery, Edwanl L. K.njlk rotary. K. on Thursday Invln cll.l mal meeting id elected the fol Hi lo 1 | y<* •I« ' | j fin» Vf 01 j Neutze. i.il i. Kettlewood Kitchen; uia, (.hallo* Robinson, *'»y. Hurry While and A. Hirer, Ja It \. r •» McG ,J Brandywine rondave. No. i, TTop tusopli«, td«M'.Led tho following offic on Thursday: Archon, J. ft. Far vuaf, J. A. Dougherty; roc, J. M. Hines: ft rting.sejiix», chil HC.rtbs, J. W. nd; prelate, W. W. Faivri r general, N. K. l'lersori; trustee, rice; chanoeHor, W. $|. » i in spect« S. J. 1 Humboldt. Castle, K. G. K., last evo nlng elected tho following oftlccrs: Nobio chief, Joseph Zister: vice chief, William Kink; sir herald, F. 1). Schell; high priest, J. Reeft;-;rnr>ster of record», August l-'aske, kwipnr of cxciic(| W. Hold; hermit,'August Schulz; le», F. D. Schell. i tn Ar« Von Sick. fier from Dyspepsia, Indi gestion. Sour Stomach, Liver Com plaint, Nurvoti*nt<*Wi. Ixist Appetite, IttlioiuMiOHS. Exhaustion or Tired Fool ing, I'nins in Do yo -liest « «ugh. Mghtjweats. Nervous Debility or any form of Consumption? H »o. »end to IVof. Hart, 8« -Warren street New lo' k. who will sond you free, by until, a bottle of medial * sure euro. Bond to-day. j j . which "T" ; I '»low , »luch ix in taring heavy »ho mr Oxfords cost sc nud c Wilier w I triflo; the pair. He for O soili •> tf«ï wo ai tn t offer -*y t attractions. The I y t for if, in I c wo sell houest goods ing about ws d paoplt tfter look luive tho !.. Y ter all, possibly wt loriiiau'M, No. lu Fast Fourth t, betwe^i Market and King. .t pi btr Dolav « crity'« l»ry k which J. E. Simps k!yu, propose In build at tty on tiio Simpson farm, tho Delaware river and Che oefc. The dry «I Co., of I! Dclawn which I I tho Dolov nal, will cost vessels or 2 people of Deli lo I leak** $225, ■Doo tons capnclty. The iwarc City are asked to chôme. It raise this ill not be . and Will dock it. ot thought that the 1 ulihough liiw pro! like t*. ■I !:■■ oil attended ruling prie : Butter, 25 to KffS. 2Ü to «5 conn 20 cents a t» a half pock; H « erit.s a bend; beet», h; rudlshes, 2 to 3 cants •kens, $1, to $1 00 |*r thi» m< I -r ilo •ent» a 1 fit new potaU k, pciiH, 1 12 hair i cnbhf e a bunch. . I i al itocs.lt) to 15 cents a I' peacl cents a quart A I'ubl On Thursday evening, July Cd. tho first public ilitellation nr ofllcct's nf tho A. o r. IV., in this tll.v will be given l*y Wilmington Lodge. No. i, in their hull Ninth and Market, streets, installation will bo conducted by Ht», puty William E. Htlmmcl. assisted by Grand Master FouIk und oth of tlio grand lodge. . Tim officers Call n Joffersc .d try .'am, 6th and il Hi Dry good d no Hing out at I Must bo •usine I out by July 25. tot. Mis. A. lay lor. öül Llm Dr. J. (' Pickels c ney troubles. 705 Market street. and kid lut» .Hicil The 51 It wi rd Republic d club ill j 1 short i ShtJät 1 "" i _ I ; • Ir» rn-am, for the Fourth ot July J Oorjncre, s. w. Cor. of m, and ship., Friday k n • veiling, SVlrnl«uf ft of y contractor for hauling by the da hour. Safes and pianos itli cun II ing Office. No. 123 Fr E. K. Craw street, has a hug fords ni low pi ir all other qualities. ford No « West Second o stuck of ladies.« )\ . with u full Jino of Sunday Tap« Can be had at Weyl's.Sin ■ every Sunday arternoon kept couatantiy I frth street < gar» etc., , hand. la the Da of tk« Prophet, Jgg the fender» of the frirtt in Con 'Btantlnople. Certainly a ''great ery a little wool." Scarcely less fool over __ __ lsh is the practice of thoso who tty to violent physlcing for cost!venosa. They 'hemselvs» violently, weaken their bowels by so doing, and disable them from acting regularly, so that. verily, the last condition of such poo J?!®} 8 thantho first. 11 os tut tor's Stomach Bitters is the safe and offec tlvo substitute for such vast oxpedi enls. But no. let us not call them ex pedients, for it is by no means exne diont to use them. what is needed is a gentle but thorough laxative, which not only insures action of the bowels without pain or weakening effects, which also promotes a healthy secre tion and How of bile into it» proper channel. Dyspepsia, debility, kidney complaints, rheumatism and inularla give in to the Bitters. I>ot Bush's, French street wharf, Is the place to buy your coal. George L. Ferguson, 11 E. 3d st reet, manufacturer of Fop Corn Novelties. Dyeing and scouring done. 210 King 8t. Taylor A Fullerton's Cough Syrup is one of the best syrups for cougm and colds prepared. 803 King street. Dtlrsteln Is manufacturing fine Ha vana tilled hand-made cigar* at No. 6 East Second street. John F. Maguire and Miss Ftta M. Conway e married by the Rev. George S. Bradford on Thursday after noon. Frank Stout, agent for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Chil dren, who has been very ill W ""' S ' "" "* °" CC »«,«,. ««*«• « u" Fsula Choreh, Harrisburg, Pu., ^ r3 - Baker and daughter, are t lie fiJSSf of E ' B> Lyuch ' Nü ' 813 bhlpIey 8tr60t - for tlio SHILOH'S CVTAKKH REMEDY. A mortelouscure for Catarrh,Diphtheria, Canker Mouth ami Headache. With rn bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for the mom ment of these ocemful treat. (plaints without ex tra charge. iTice 50c. S. B. Dan forth, whofeealo and rotali agent. Second and Market streets, Wilmington. Ojri Clams Salt oysters, clams and little neck clams, hard and sort crabs. Deviled nabs 11 specialty, at Ainscow's, 707 bhiplcy street. Ice Cream all flavors, delivered to all parts «>r tlio city on tho Fourth or July, at Gardner's, 7th und Shipley streets. VANAMAK i:K'S i i a, Saturday, Jui Fun s, 27, All work and no play makes others beside "Jack" dull. Loafing isn't enough, there must bo downright doing of some kind if you really menu to get all there is of health and and happi ness out of an onting, short or long. A big part of the Basc ule nt is crowded with hints and helps to make tho tion trip brim full of pleas ant possibilities. vaoa Dreamy-do—nothingness onee in a while, to bo sure. Then tlie Hammock. There in ay he a lazier way of laz ing—but it hasn't been found out yet. And such specie of room—and money—does for a Ham mock ! Palmer Hammocks, with pillow iiii.l »preiKlitra, ".'in, «i, »1.S5, .»«. for baliy, 50c, then lull size, Due, 41, 41.5 a of ('• $3.2 Ben ( ss Hammocks. $1. i lock Hprcndc Hooks, 20c a pair Aut hor Ropes, 35 Thmk of te nts in the same breath. Boys' Dal a pair. ■ ft pair. •t to Tout, 7x7 feet high, $7: hxS feot. $13. i Fstini.itt-H gi Wall Touts, any size or shape. . r A" Tents, den Tents ol The boom and hang and general hurrah of the Fourth will be boomier and bangior and more hilarious if you have the proper fix lDffS. Ball shapo, S Inch. •J. per mo, |ter 100: 1 ' a <1 I'gff-shapc, 10 inch, $11.75 per h, r per 100, $1.35 do y shapes, $1.50 to $5 a »lo; i'll Glass 1 j Fn ». Flu Muslin Flags fro Siik Flay Bulling Bowed li . 3 . Flags Iron; luting Flag $1.25. to 20 fc.'t zes t 'd* Larj Thousands oflionsek eepers j in l'liiladolpliia have nscil IStanton'a Naptlia Ko.q. with 1 i" tlio last two months, i "Hnrqualled" is tho burden i of 11,1 l| ieir saying. No mat ter what tho tost is—tlio I laundry, tho hath, liouso cleaning or taking daubs and • stains from any clcanablo tllin ff— thc S ° a P neVer dis appoints. It harms noth Hlg. J cake 7 routs, 2 rakes 13 cents, 4 cakes 25 cents, 100 cake box $5.50. John Wanamake« Th# Connell Committee. À caucus of the Republican mem hors of City Council was held last evening, when the following committees wer» selected for the ensuing term : Finance Committee— F. B. Colton, H. W. Perkins and J. A. Magee. Publie Building»— R W. Pm-klns, M. T. Dannenberg, James McKelvey, John Kirby and John White. Law—M. T. Itnunenberg, James P. itatledge, John Kirby, F. B.Col ton Juines M. Griffin. Fire—Thomas W. McVey, H. W. Per kins^ James P. Ratledgoand James M Polieo—M. T. Dannenberg, James P. Batledge. John Kirby, James McKel vey and J. A. Magee. Park— F. B. Colton, Thomas Vf. Mc Vey, John Kirby, H. W. Perkins aud John White. Printing—Jamss McKelvey, H. W. Perkins and John White. Bonds— Thomas W. McVey, M. T. Dannenberg, JamesP. Itatledge, James McKelvey and J. A. Magee. Navigation — H. W. Perkin* F. B. Colton, Thomas W. McVey, John Kirby aud James Murray. Elections—John Kirby, M. T. Dnnon berg, James P. Itatledge, James Mc Kelvey and P. A. Fagan. Engrossment—James P. Itatledge, Thomas W. McVey and James Murray. Accounts—James McKelvey, Thomas W. McVey and Petor A. Fagan. Tlio caucus selected Samuel A. Price for the position of city treasurer's clerk. Mr. Price was for a numiwr of years su |>erin tendent of the Front und Union »troot railway line. Neuralgia, catarrh, lum>ago nervous prostration,cured by Dr. J. 0. Pickels, TD5 Market street. Couldn't Do Tw« Things At One* Yesterday afternoon there was a Hur ry of excitement at tho Baltimore and Potomac station, owing to a young trying to do two thing* at once— umbrella and light a cigar ette. He had the lighter) match In on» hand, the cigarette in his month, and In the uct of lowering the n brella in the other hand, whon tho match caught to the umbrella, which burst In a blaze. The cigarette was forced from the mouth by the anger arising, and the young man heigh boring telegraph post out th» devouring (lames on In-ella, but was oblivious to the fact tirât the handle after to the d l »eat tlio a heavy ' two licks tho handln broken off. Tho umbrella was its fate, and a perfect storm of anger • which was not dispelled until Mie umbrollalu.ss young man left tho depot.-—Washington .Star. , and ic ft to Too cream, ice cream fresh every day, 6th and Jefferson »troets. Fir* Kfifftn« fm^rot Tlio Fame Hose Company are putting up now front, doors that are lighter, four feet shorter and that will swing open both ways. They aro never slow in getting to a fire and now they may be expected quicker than ever. John B. Johnson in doing the carpenter work .Simmons «$ Bro., the mill work and Smith and Brother, the glazing and graiiiing. Families wishing Ice Cream for the Fourth of July, can bo supplied at Gardners, 7th and Shipley streets. Temperanro Lecture. Service Sunday evening at Fletcher Hall. Subject, "Thou Shalt Not." All Interested in the ea of temperance ■'Ited to tie present. The public Is cordially Invited to attend these services. Speaker, J. Nelson Williams. DENTISTE! Ml PMSS2 By the of Nitrous Oxide Qas DR. HONEYWELL DSliTISTn I I No. •;f.r No. 703 F v 703 MAEKST STREET. STREET, Vllinlngti i. Del. F. 1; T . Killed will ih Aimylrf *1 U] <i T far, »8 Tectl All work guur Teeth extracted evenings. cd . toed as d. : DR. E. C. HONEYWELL. 70! MA UK IT STICK ET. Office Open TUI 8 I*. M. fcb7-tu.th.M-iy wo-tliivds of our great Third Floor Bargain ltoom filled with small lots of onr bestselling Suits, broken in sizes, selling for much less than they did— tho other third Single Suits. Weren't the choicest of the Half-Price Single Suits bought ii]> the first days' Not at all. They're all Made-to-Order Suits -partieu lar picking for quality, extra tailoring,more than ordinary clothing for cire, l'ity we have to spend precious time selling them a second time. We'dsooner make it pay you toearry them off at half. Pay $10 you'll get a $20 Suit. $15 a $10 Suit, for S'20 a 840 of sizes, hut hardly two alike. Pick, pick, pick, save money enough to pay for your time—and more. Ti i No scarcity of OHO. You'll Wanamaker& Brown OAK HALL SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS FHlt.ADEI.PntA. Closing ont Bummer Neok wear—prices cut in half. mm Cassimcres, Sorges, Wor sted and all the new materials for making clothing to order; we are winding up the best season we ever had, and are anxious to have as few goods as possible by stock taking. You will still find a good assortment and prices will be made the groat inducement to get your order. most handsome shades and colorings of fine serges which we have evershown just in stock; more new homespuns, brown and tan cheviots and light suitings than you usually find so late in the season—prices reduced, but wotR and trimmings up to the Usual standard, and wo guarantee, as usual, to give yon entiro satis faction. Stop in and look through the de partment. WEICHT Some of the Jas. T. Mullin & Son, Tailors, 6th & Market, Clothier^ Wilmington WE HAVE THEM. ARM weather Goods in endless va riety; ail new and fresh goods just arrived from tho manufactory. Serge coats and vests in black, blue, brown and drab. Mohair coats and vests in eight dif ferent shades. Black Alpaca coats and vests Drapcdita coats and vest, onting flannel coats and vests. In fact every thing you most could ask for, and prices range from $1 to $8for coats and vests. If you are in need of a suit, wo have gone through the stock and marked all the broken lots down from 82 to £5.50 per suit. Now is your time for to get a bargain. All goods marked in plain figures. w Strictly One Price to All. T. H. FENN9CK, SlTCCESSOIt TO Pennock &. Foreman FIFTH AND MARKET. Elizabeth Marot ami Jojiuti W. Leeds. nasMtt,Nntlmu Hn* 5 a Leodi l ; .It Hussctt In Chancery . Tn of M iah Tin th Elizabeth «iah Had Ho New Ornate County liar E. MelK» McDowell 11. 1 V. J i Hz u I I Edward li arali II. Lecd*; Leeds; Alim ils; uel Ma Marot;Helen } U. Marot; IbD n of Willi« tJ. Marot; Ada 11. Man, l'hliipMarot; Henry H. IV per Jr.; S'allie U. IVnpc LouisaM. Pepper; E. Irci 1». Pepper; Mn Mu rot. gu Petition r« ■ ' partit; ü Edward li. •ep nn Order or tho Chancel tho lor In the ' day of Mai ins any lie or estate « th tdo !' f ElizaI u t. Josiali \V. ttlmu lluHsott, if; Jociiah W. .1 of Elizabeth iuU "»sein. Mar I,'*edi» 1 Haswtt. i; -I ill Huh I r. : : 11 u II .... il; Ed •"mäh R. Lceite; li Sarah 8. II Itei a Ha . Ireland; A II. M■•How kiln f ds; A Mary 8. Ma toi; Hob. rot; H Eiizabctl Philip Mn i Ho U. Peru i Marur. a u Ada H. Mi lb y * P*'Pi Jr •al M. I'«' I- i »jury Vci •i ul E '-•■pp ■ til 11 Ich sni Inn I til petition tl the » r New Cnslle County Eleventh day Itogi 3l ity ten day» July. A. f>„ i said He in Dove 1 lu 1SV1. and to n I i • I du day at ciiniiitii FltANK Bit;« .1 I Wilmington, Uel., June A 18*.)1 je'IT-Ht LJIUH'OSALE-THE X Biom-rs wifi le.tc-lvc iironosi iviOKfiwstrreSt, on MONUAY. . WI. until « o'clock p. in., for Uniterm« patrolmen, consisting or *a«-k coat, v« and two pairs of rantu ol Rtiout sni texttlte t police B cacti ^pro^jsal^ S vS Tt "j c '"" Mn m H < 'OMM1H No. lune lit). h lu i _ by the prenent . Hamples tnust accompany < I PAINTED WHITE N«. 117 MARKET STREET, between Freut and Second. preliminary act in the business, as in tbe social world before anything life satisfactory results can be reach ed, is to get acquainted. Permit us therefore to present our card : A FRANK J. MURPHY, 117 MARKET STREET. Between Front and Second Streets. Now, how can we serve you Î That is the question that concerns—and, let us hope concerns you. We're here to do business in FURNITURE, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, BABY CARRIAGES, BEFRIGERATORS, ICE CHESTS, WATER COOLERS, BAS,' GASOLENE AND OIL STOVES. and other household effects and requisites, and to soil them to onr patrons ON EASILY PAID INSTALMENTS. Wo won't quote prices, but ask you first to examine our stock, it« make and quality, pick out what you require and we'll settle on figures that will be satisfactory. We're one price, however. We don't make a high charge to Mrs.Brown and a low one to Mrs. Jones,because she happens to buy a larger bill. Fair and equal treatmo is the policy that wins in tho 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 your way. □ $1 Cash and $1 weekly will buy $20 werth. $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 have our card FRANKJ.MORPHYS RELIABLE CREDIT HOUSE Nos. 117 Market and 116 Shipley Streets, WILMINGTON, DEL. J t Twood FOURTH OF JULY —AT ADAMS & BROTHER'S MARKET STREET FLAGS. LANTERNS AND FIREWORKS, llitby Carriages, T.m-o Covers fur f'nrHKiN, Trl. yrlea, Velor ipmlo«, Express W« 504 504 Kent, »oil Carriage*. Toj Ih "»h,i, XVhiak*. Flo Agateware, Cutlery Looking 1 Uevorlptl , Wood ware, Table and ■ Oil Cloth*, Tin Mat*, Step Ladder*,Bird « age*. d Rubber«, No <1*. Shoe* V th BIm Figure«, Kte. FISHING TACKLE, BASE BALL SUPPLIES, Hammocks, Croquet, SCREEN DOORS, WINDOW SCREENS, WIRE NETTING. j!7-tf JOSEPH STOEGKLE'8 DIAMOND STATE LAEER BEER —AND— PORTER BREWERY WILMINGTON, DEL. Office and Brewer, N. W. Cor. Fifth and Adums sts., Tolepbt Depot and Saloon. Nos. 22:1 and 225 King SL _ Telephone 85». Shipping a Speciality. Absolute! purity guaranteed. Our Beer and Porter o especially recommended for medicinal use. 183. BICYCLES. Warrick Safety Cushion Tires(t35 New Mail 4 Gales 4 Gales Gales Malta 95 Solid » 70 4 26 inch wheels 42 Complete line of Sundries and Sporting Goods. EDWARD MELCHIOR 214 KING STREET. DEAFNESS, ! ITS CAUSES AND CURE ra'lr «11*9 H, Ply ÏM* Ini toll Hr. A. FONTAINE, 10 East Mill St X WILSON'S UNDERTAKING ROOMS, 610 KING ST. Telephone signal 108. Open all night. _J. A. Wilson. Funeral Director._ TH DMAS MITCHELL Furnishing Undertaker and Practical Embalmer, HO. 412 KING STRCET. B»»h)cnce I10& Madison etr«t. Hal« nliuuo coU a ü J X, ID U B. In other words we propose to , DIMINISH Our stock of Summer Footwear and we intend to LESSEN The size of it. even if we have to SELLOUT At reduced prices Sate Commences THIS WEEK Ladles' Fine Brown, flore Oxfords, 44 Fawn top, patent vamp Oxfords, " fine coffee colored Oxfords, - • . ** fine bronze Oxfords. . " line russet,patent tip Oxfords, " fine kid, common sense hand-made Oxfords. 14 opera toe and heel, hand-made Oxfords, patent Vamp Oxfords, " " " " tip, square tos Oxfords, " Oxf orris, .... 44 kid, opera slipper», squars-toe, hand-sewed, " ** " op»ra-toe, $1.50 : $1.85 • 1.20 >w f 1.20 $1.20 we $2.00 $2.00 41.70 $2.00 m $2.50 •2.50 $ 2.00 $2.00 now $1.25 $1.00 wer« »1.00 TSo. I i r w $1.25 n-e »1.00 I i Misses fine, olive colored Oxfords, 44 " kid, Miranda ties, *' 44 kid, patent tip Oxfords, 44 44 kid, patent tip Oxford* 44 44 russet Oxford* Child's russet Oxfords, 44 chocolate Oxford* button, 44 kid opera slippers, 44 sea »höre, lace shoes, Boys' patent leather tie», Men a patent leather oxford ties. 44 patent leather ox vorn tie*, 44 pat ont leather hook lace, 44 patent leather hook lace. 44 patent leather congres* 44 russet hook tru e, Boys* russet hook lace, Ladies' fine kid button, 44 tine kid patent tip, 44 russet button ahoe 44 russet patent vamp button, Misses' kid spring button, " kid heel button. Boys' Hire calf hook Wico, 44 line calf button Child's klcl spring heel 44 " patent tip, spring heel, Children's patent leather oxfords, ■m ;w fl.R0 ♦1.50 ere $1.25 now 85o « $!.** ow $1.00 85o were $1.25 now 80o $1.50 8*o HDQ •iw 41.50 now 86o $1.85 $2.00 e $1.75 $2.50 wore ? f .PO •3.00 $2.75 $2.50 • 1.75 ow $1.75 $1.35 $1.75 • W.fW now $2.00 t$3.50 •e $i..V) ;-9 $1.75 $2.00 •e •»*..*> c $2.75 r. . $2.5 !reS1.7S *2.50 nt w *2.00 * $1.00 11.BC • 1.25 41. Of) ISO 790 were $1.00 now 75o r Be sure you see our Footwear and compare qualities. We will give you the best and biggest dollar's worth to be gotten anywhere. BABCOCK'S FAMILY SHOE HOUSE, 255 Harket Einst, East Eids, East Eids lüm tad The largest selection of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxford Tics and Slippers in Delaware, and our prices are 'the lowest too. II n 0 ( 1 ! (1 ! We have decided to close ont the bal ance of Refrigerators on hand at cost. Among the lot will be found some ele gant Sideboard Refrigerators, all by Avell known makers. NOTE SOME OF OUR PRICES: No. 144 New Palace from $52 to $3120 No. 136 Jewett's Labrador $26 No. 134 $15.60 < i $20 " $ 12.00 $22 "$13.20 $9.50 " $5.70 No. 25 H « ueen ictor Good Refrigerators as low as $5.00. l^We cun sell you Water Coolers lower than any house in the city. No, 20 I. ""S.ÄS'ÄS'" We aro Hcailquarters for Gasoline Stoves. j23-t-h-st All the Latest Styles in PHOTOO-EAPHS —AND— CRAYON PORTRAITS -aT HARRY BUCHERS, 720 Market Street BV9. SOLOMON, AGENT FOR THE KEYSTONE PRESS BRICK COMPANY. BUILDING Coal, Wood, Lime, Sand, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Calcined Plaster, Plastering Hair, Port land and Rosendale Cements. OFHC*. 3 WSST tHlHO STHEST. VAHO FRONT AND OHUHOH STREETS. Teleohano» I I « mnd S03. AND PAVING BRICK A SPECIALTY.