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in their they went that Committee, Mr. make cienoy when power. This like ment iloatlng publicans pital $9000 taxes. DAILY REPUBLICAN. FUBLISHED DAILY (Except Buwdat) THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING, B. E. COR. THIRD AND KING ST».. —BY— AHE REPUBLICAN TRINTINQ AND PUBLISHING CO. >s= Enteren at the postofTfce at Wilmington, Del. us second-class mull mutter. MONDAT, JANUARY 18, 180». Dickey For Re-Election. Receiver ot Taxes John T. Dickey Is considerably moved by a communica tion from Dover, signed "A Looker On," In which it was stated that ho could not be elected to the lowest of fice In the gift of the people. He i through an evening paper that the tide was inspired by an attache of the Repcdmcak, naming him. We sure Mr.Dickey that eo far as a person al inspiration is concerne he is very much mistaken. We only huppen to know that the writer of the article is a Democrat, and his article shows that he needs no Inspiration from this end of the State. But the most inter esting part is thot Mr. Dickey has caught Inspiration and Is determined to test the sense of the people upon his personal popularity. He boldly announces that ho will be • candidate for election to the dual office of Tax Reoeiver and County Treasurer, and that he will be nomi nated and elected by the people. This Is taking the bull straight by the horns and it is manly on the part of Mr. Dickey thus far In advance to doclaro his Intentions. Mr. Dickey is a who never minces matters but having m ade up his mind to do a thing he does it, If in his personal power to do It, and having boldly determined in advance that he will be nominated and that he will be elected wo may reason ably suppose that the work will be done. "It Is just possible, however, that the people, the party of tho Second part may*have something to say about this they most always have something to eay aboutelectlon times, and they may tell Mr. Dickey that he and Gov. Rey nolds do not own them, tbut they : citizens of New Castle County and will not vote for Mr. Dickey at his beck, though Governor Reynolds desire them to do it It is true that Mr. Dickey has great disfranchising power in his hands as he has shown by his unwillingness to accopt the taxe^ of poll tax paying Republicans, hut he perhaps will lind this disfranchising agency not so potent as it was lu years gone by when he and his colleague Mr. Neary, tax collectors under the old glme returned Republicans delinqu ents by the thousand without any at tempt to collect their taxes. Ho has the tax books it is true in his own hands and ho will not scruploto use them for his own personal advantage but he may find too that poll tux-pav ers will not be In a mood to be depriv ed of their votes in a presidential elec tion year. Mr. Dickey may be able to do it but even with Governor Reynolds and the partisaii registrars he may point, he will have to keep his disfran chising machine In very active opera tion If ho expects to turn down the fifteen hundred majority the Republi cans lia ve in this Couuty. If ho is al lowed to succeed in Ills scheme it will be the fault of the Republicans. Why bottle cure Bull's per United Lester senting ami the Tills success acts, Opera ten was tre. instant the ter is of a bringing effects able Itself tion lie and both tom ths On Club." The and secure cialty day will in Now given mu tiie cunts be Mrs. tin* 1 Ly tin* that will in city. The moral sentiment of tho com mu* ^ pity will bring ^Pto Father BennIngham in Iris offoi is to br«ink up 0 breathing hole of moral pestilence on Madison Btreet below Fourth. In such tarlanlsin should kn« These social clnbg, most of tiie but breeders of vico und immorality, In which innocent youths are decoyed, unmapped and prepared tor the pri perhaps tiie gallows, ami in moat «*!is«*a * •cortalr.l y for dishonored live» more.dishonored dent ha. Father Ber should have tho active sup port of the police in breaking up only the den of vice lie has in view Madison street, but oilier a«» l ulled rtain support had tills. w like limits. n« 1 mingig ed social claim In other parts <»r Ui«) city that exist like tho Irma social, br«*k* throe years ago by the police. Tho four detectives of more effective work good morals and good order of the | • city than by raiding those clubs and breaking them up. It would be an ef fectual way of preventing house burg laries bj- preventing y graduating from u school of vico that prepares them to be« luit». All honor to 1'iither Henning ham; let him etrike right and l«,ft hla onslaught upon tliese dens or vi« o. andjlot the moral sentiment of th«* olty l'cnder him euch support us will give force to his blows. 1er high Bounding titles up some ftn the \ '«•ity could do fr • g in house burg» The death of Abn poquiuimink Hundred, other of tiie oM ingram, «»f Ap rutnotes omhers of th Levy Court who lived and acted d Intf the lute civil war. t inly a fmv days ego James A. B. Smith, a Km y ('< man before the wur from Bn I y win** ow Mr. 71 und red, passed Ingram, who earno Court two lowed him. nd th« three yours later, lias f««l Speaking of deceased Levy (.' t uen, C'hristii k'hu.so remuins will iebiger, burled I«» 'YHt i^a member *.f the Levy Court bm 1813 and again fro Jims. Tho «inksMhat I. 1881 *d tlio pre itt to tiie pa.-t are fa=t dropping out tho chain of Ilfo. An artlclo ll appear in to-morrow's Bti ■ will bear reading. 'Dow Boer le Made.•* IIUUN any lotions and Uni kets, which proféra ure piles; but Old Saul s Pile oint r- iB guarunt**ed ts iu tho to cure them every xrico U5 cents per Lux. Tint Democrats are terribly exercised in their search for the 330,000 surplus they say was left when their party went out of power. All the figuring that the late chairman of the Finance Committee, with the able assistance of Mr. Boughman, will do, will hardly make out anything else than cienoy of 310,000 on the first of July when the presont Couucll came into power. This 330,000 surplus is something like the splendid Democratic manage ment of the Levy Court that left a iloatlng debt of 384,000 when the Re publicans came into power, and which paid oil by soiling the county hos pital to the State for 375,000, and $9000 being paid out of this year's taxes. known Wrinkles, sklu, serves glow druggists; press City, DON'T roaches, direct fattens. Hook, night accomplish ment long itju watching season. hoped and thereby manger high as|well to act The Its to is be he do in and be the part this to may Rey will that by taxe^ he years Mr. at has own use elec to opera the is al will Why suffer with a had cold when one bottle of Dr. Bull'sCougb Syrup will cure u cough of the worst kind. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup per bottle by all United States. is sold for 35 cents druggists iu the Amusements. grakd orient liorsB. Lester and Williams' Company pre senting the laughable burlesque, "Me ami Jack," closed their engagement at the Grand Opera House nlng. Tills evening the greatest comedy success or the year, "Niobe." in three acts, will be presented at the Grand Opera House. This comedy ten by Harry ami Edward Paulton and was first produced at tho Bijou Thea tre. New York City, where it met with instant ami emphatic success. It keeps the spectator in convulsions of laugh ter almost without cessation. There is apparent in every detail the presence of a master hand in the manner of bringing to the surface the greatest effects possible lrom the unexception able store of solid mirth which shows Itself in every poiut of the presenta tion from beginning to tho end of tho performance. This comedy will also lie presented again to-morrow evening and good houses should be present at both performances. Brady's murin« spectacle, "Tho Bot n ted Wednesday Selize lines making culiarity Ohio, should —uni« lives than t hut a big that them, his graph of an Saturday It who charge ago, city, sic. tom of the Sea." will I»o pi ths Grand Opera House evening. On Thursday evening the "Tuesday Club." of this city, will present Creation" at the Grand Opera House. The sale of seats has been «juite largo, and persons desiring to attend should secure iht possible. but feels friends uuting profit Tim at tho box office early caps them goods Tat 1 he ACADEMY The Fay Foster Burlesque and Spe cialty Company closed a week's gagement at the Academy on Sutur day evening. 'lliis, to morrow and Wednesday evening tlie popular and well-known «iraina, "Ton Nights in a Bar Room " will be presented at the Academy,with MlssHessie|Mltchell in the loading roh*. She will be supported bv ecptionully strong company of artists in the smaller roles. Including tie* favorite child artiste. "Little Cupid.*' Now and special scenery hue been painted for tiie production of tills drama and every attention lias been given to the slightest detail. A speciul mu tine j will be given <»u Wednesday afternoon for ladles and children ami tiie ticket, published in Saturday's "Republican,'' will be accepted if pre sented, and accompanied with ton cunts by either lady or child. Good lioimes should be in attendance at each performance us this drama may never be presented here again by such a company. estate to that this vary Large Sunday School. Sunday sch< oi of West hurch is .»st prosperous in (Ids The su [term tendent. Charles Baird, is certainly enthusiastic in his work, and he lias tho a* wist hu« «3 of Mrs. Ke'gwin, John P. MeLenr und teachers, and tin* nt tendance yesterday afternoon 1 inhered 49'.). The lesson yvsterduy ii temperance, and wue enforced Ly proper, explanations und warnings A selection was also read by Miss Dolbow. Mr. liau-'l mail» h neat lilt l»* speech enforcing temperance, showing tin* expedient:}' ol total nbstinouee. that if tho first drink isnol taken Hier«* will I in proof of The Presbyt.eilai largest and city. of the twenty others mu* is to moral below «*!is«*a Ber sup view ulled •casion for Iheaueond. and * so und ness of iiis ud tho multitude who had allowe d their oppetltss to get tiie : h**ir judgment mui oudod ; «'«.»tutnon drunkards. *-t "To look lent the to iititery - be«: it is » upon the w ine wlnqi it is red, when It glvcth its last it stingeth like an ailderund bitoth like usurpent." I'll«* H.*ll,,«>l beneili« tion liy Rev. Mr. Kelgwin, who eviilentiy fen is tliat the Sunday gehool church, a limits. s ilitnuisAod with tiie as auxiliary to the 1 prosperity. n« 1 •o otstrengtli Indigestion. Dizziness. Tulto Br. Wh Yesterday w not bo grunt l«»r U«*» Inaeing of sleighs •n may have anticipate«!, number stood out in fr« Hi«.* Btublo.-j all «Jay without i*eing «*h 11 ed for. * I Ivory A large city the | • asdige.iüg Ht and lUu! ' s ot wuiltling an ef burg that Henning l«,ft vi« o. olty give titles of some Tiiero is i«*h more snow in The wheels«.f Home of the milk wagons look well snowerl up. the \ largo amount of out «io« tlm «•ouutry. could work, 1 some been ««•in P'ltarily suspended by the wintry fr Fi>h i'oinniitiHioiirr. Jam* • 11. Ifilworth, of the Delaware 'My N k is a «'andi'late for (li<* up FIbIi Cotumissiouer by Ruvnoldö. He says l,e has burg» ovci n . ;- i will ho usk th »etiUati« Ï hiu bouts of friends* the State. With letters of gh •ec'omiiM't!«hitu»u fr* ■i;i.'»wioilge«! leaders hla party, la* tion of abilit;. to **retlil.iiI*' y purfo.i Untie.-) Hi'* reeogni * Govei tn.i* «*f his fitness und all 1 lie «»f Ap of th sin ü™ V'môt'buvs Duvo a! "lif.Miül, J>(ju)ilf".Dufk, .luinp" sled , 5 '""a?S r, Ä » '"imt ! a: rhü fRsi*.,- H» 1 su-ci r.« p: Ily th « 1 houk ttrikes «•.»P lay jurap* r. 'ell if ull tiie "Bobtail. •kins ' had gotitfa. d days ('< tliat tul It hue .1 gong of 1 go«*8. tho y win** ow Mr. y bod y is : <»f tho way of Hint lias f««l deceased l'uuble-F iebiger, Prof ••<*t, is giving tiermau lesmrnstHpuak BIK. rea.ling und writing * to ohlldn *i y Saturday trom I'J to 1:2 a. m.. in Gorman Ilall, East Oth street, l'ui 3 are invited to suml tlicir children Terms: 15c. • <i. Schirm No. 209 E 0th I«» Court 1881 th* pre out tiOOl. to very child, two children, Saturday for The pub!.«* statement of a misinform ed writer that Wm. H. Lee drew up the l ourth BtieMt Brandywine bridge lie law Is inoorrect. It was drawn by a prominent ana well-known lawyer. «sûr- wel1 Made.•* IIUUN Not Win. Uni proféra oint every For ley vented place Go for Shlply crayon 803 For or 7 Jerome Fourth ton, 3 wheat, at J. streets. at he able first M. her night, state Hall. and visit ary Pfänder. Nature*« LEAURELLE OIL, the only subetanoe known that will p Wrinkles, Ageing sklu, drying up of the serves the tone, life! and transparent glow of youth. 50 cents and 31.00 at druggists; large eke prepaid by press for 31.00. E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J. t . Pre DON'T DIE IN THE HOUSE. Rough Rats" clears out rate, mice, files, roaches, l>ed-bugs, 15 cents. WELLS' HEALTH REN EWER goes Thin people, it direct to weuk spo fattens. The Reading's Victory. •oad has completed works at Marcus Hook, the workman having tolled night and «lay for ithe past week to accomplish their object. Tide ment long time by the Fanna., and to thwart itju number of m*n was'employed In watching for several weeks the past season. As it is finished it. is to bo hoped that the opposition will cease, and tho trade of both companies will thereby bo increased. Tho dog in the manger policy never pays, and It Is high time tbut the railroad oompanios as|well to act upon it. The Reading Raill Its tracks to the oil move ntrenuously resisted for a other corporation» ceased at A Great Na* Selize Murphy Ohio consumes five lines of the Clayton House register making his name gieat. Another pe culiarity is thut ho spells his lust name Ohio, with a .sru ill "o," which should be credited to him for modesty —uni« SB he means by "ohlo" that ho lives In Hint State, in which latter case protest that tiiel "whole is groa'er than any of its palte,'' und the.eforo t hut he should havo begun Ohio with a big (). "Here's to'' hotel proprietors,hoping that Belize will never "soil" any of them, thut lie will run up the bill of his "extras'' to the size of his auto graph uud that ho will never complain of an "extra" for Ink. In t t ner. lian does Our City. It is stated that Ex-Mayor Rhoads, who wont to Savannah, Ga., to take charge of a Catholic choir some mont lis ago, lias determined to remain in our city, and resumo tho teaching of sic. Ho returned several weeks ago. in consequence of tl|o illness ofj his wife, has recovered lie among his old feels like porpet Will Remain F. by und lic up to the but feels no much al friends hero that uuting ids present associations. Wo congratulate him on his determination, trust that hl.4 choice will lead profit us weil us «jontinued pleasure. : that s llargulifH. Bargains. Closing out. odds and caps ut 3Ù c«mi(h. children's loggings« iO them out to make room for spring goods ut HukilltL Foist8, Second and Tat null streets. 1 M .Tones* Hungarian Flour, by all odds 1 he 11 uost Hour. $«7 per barrel, at J. J. Smith's, Fourth ami Shipley streets. " tie* tills ami pre ton each a is of plush 50; must close Iluklll, 72ti Market Blreot, tells real estate uud coi le»! ta rums. W AN (V MAKERS. P« Monday Jam 18. 1892. Wo deditiite our Ulsters to the snow by a reduction that scalps each price in the stock. Every garment new The this season, vary from $3.50 to each. savings §10 West (Ids his of und and Miss l»* Hier«* ly th the Black f'ldneldlla, none over 37, $5 from 38.50. Gray Chinchilla, 38.50 from 318.50, Brown Frieze. 3i0 from 313 50. Black and Biuot hinchlllu, 315 from 3"0. Gray Fur Beaver 318 fr Blue und Gray Mixed Fur Leaver, 320 from *28. • Beaver, 328 from 338. Beaver. 330 from 340. Black Monjuguac Beaver, 335 from Market street. ■ I Bin« k F and ud who tiie Graceful in form, excel lent in quality, complete in variety, all vitalized Ly a singularity of cheapness, are the Women's Overgarments to which vo invite you to day. the its who gehool a tiie Tito stuiy in daily chap ters lias been going for two weeks and the facts are true as ever. Nearly every garment in tho Girls i^nd Misses' stock has been pushed to a lower price — generally to half, often to less than half. 1 «*h 11 Ivory large in of up. work, some been wintry Girls' Dresses. Starting at 32 for •l-yuarß(z«5Banil bv sixty-live pri« e Bteps r« aching 3^0 and IS yeurs. Girls' lier fera, that havo boon up to Ç8 and 310, ar 33. Misse»-' Jackets,that have bf 310 3.» to 31ü-slzes *1 to 18. Misses' Listers, thnt havo bco 315 and 320. aizobiU, 10, 18. up by has U]. «5 to 31U friends* of Girls' Gim.'hous, ; 50 for 4-year * I t lie slop 50 cents H your. up hla I'.-r Litt Is Boys. Kilt Suits at 33: l'lai l Kilts k5; clfoiee (>v*.*rc< ate up to t reeogni und 1 lie I Velvet Jackets nt uL fapi* Market t-tredt. Duvo a! '-L'hoso eountors of Boohs sled thnt -lUOhtly ill tl)G '"imt ! prk-es. Have you seen them: su-ci You can still select these ttrikes , . ! «•.»P works by 1 r. "Bobtail. Dicke George l*.li<»t Sir Walter Scott Tim-1:«ry Bu I wer George Khcrs Kdna Lyall < hi rl y to IJumo Goopor ohlldn m.. in l'ui children E 0th Mnt-uulny (hiwthorno liuskiu Gibb I le;)]>3 of odds and ends arc at about one «juartcr rcoulur very children, irices. Deligliti'ul choice in Books misinform- foi VOUlljf DGOplc, 15ct hand up the . P 1 , 1 ' ' DQiird COVCFS. by Tliirtoamb Ltruct entrance.* lawyer. John Wanamakeb. — — --- j Always keep the bottle handy. Do not place it out of sight, For It cured our little Andy, Who was coughing day and night. . Bull's Cough Syrup. Dots. Charles Steward, plumber, 506 Ship* ley street, Phons 715. Paluful teething, colic, diarrhoeapre vented anti oured by Hooper's anodyne Bush's, French street wharf, is the place to buy your coal. Go to Beed's new instalment store for cheap Furniture and Carpets. 505 Shlply street. N. U. lived, manager. Now is the time to order your 93-00 crayon portrait at Cummlug's gallery, 803 Market, street. For Buckwheat at 4 cents per pound, or 7 pounds for 35 cents, go to J. Jerome Smith's, Northeast corner, Fourth and Shipley streets, Wilming ton, Del. 3 pound packages pre pareil Buck wheat, pure Buckwheat only 15 conta, at J. J. Smith's, Fourth and Shipley streets. Wm. R. Long who has been laid up at his home, No. 431 Taylor street, for threo weeks, continues rather seriously indisposed, although ho says he is gradually Improving under the treatment of Dr. Ogle, and hopes to bo able to venture upon a short walk, the first clear day that may occur. Miss Emma Mulligan, daughter of M. Mulligan of Delaware City, died at her home in that town on Thursday night, January 14. Tho Catholic Benevolent Legion will celebrate Its fifth anniversary In this state Hall. West Chester Lodge of West Chester, and Pacific- Lodge of Baltimore, will visit Eden Lodge of this city on Janu ary 38th. The failing, children White lung Depot Market to Roller barrel Smith's, cent more rlson C. street, or Call goods; T. A. »hl One dozen Petites lery, 0 rected, 1 he Parry's wine Woduesday evening in Eden The tract dred, ning wine Hot John st nod. thence HreTitlw. Try flush'« coal. You will liken. American Laundry, 002 West Front St Try Bash's coal. Y t upping and leeching, 103 E. Second St Brazilian Balm cures colds, culurrh.etc t upping and leueblng by Geo. ner. No. 108 East Third Btreet. The Grippe Is quickly cured with Brazi lian Balm. Five drops every does the work iu a day will suvoly likelt in lie B. Metz and grees tween lineof by çues near South 81 the now Fast thirty side niisiticftH Failure. Sheriff Simmons made n levy on t he stock of boots und slunjp of Benjamin F. ChalfunL, No. 411 King street, Thursday, to satisfy a judgment held by a Philadelphia linn l'or 3MK), but uriiingcment Chai faut to continue ills suies as usual, und account to tho creditor for same until tho whole could beclosoil at pub lic sale on l ho 30th Inst. On Friday, however, t his arrangement was broken up by Constuble Green going to the store witli a claim of 3150 of a Boston linn, and utlomptlng to remove goods to that amount. Ho was intorined of the prior claim, and a deputy sheriff locked up the store, and it will remain closed until th«* side takes placo on tho duto above mentioned. in to permit Mr. iO and J. about ing laud, in East the run S. 3li the Fast of F«»r good cabinet photographs try Cummings, JU2 Market street. real Tli« Pencil Prospect. «dies, or ob<*8, und Rome of th« peuch growers <,n this P« uiiisulh say that the indications uro favomhle lor unothnr good « rop of peaches the coming season, the trees generally appearing to he vigorous und the buds vuty promising. We hope that tills anticipation «ill ho fully realized, as a good yield of peaches will «nsuro employment to u largo number of laborers, large freights to railroad companies, und haudäomu profits to tiie fanners. It is to however, to make any reliable predlc untlrae 1892. the §10 tho peach crop ly frost may blight the brightest poet for a large yield. After tho drop wo can *ay something more re liable about tho prospect. th a will $5 from New lot wlieut screenings; lower 'ur cotton seed meal direct lrotu Memphis. Rye straw in bheavcH. ground flax-seed, Pratt's Food, and all kinds f«*«*d and grain. Tut,nail Bros. 101 Maryland Avenue. Telephone 81. prices. All All 4jul«-t. ■ developments or tho Foui tli street Brandywine bridge question, l'lio snow storm of Friday I cold winter weather have stooped work and all persons interested have time to road tiie laws without getting excited. '! i • : in a are to Taylor »V Fullerton's extract malt, the great touio. 303 King street. 113 M. F. Davis, jeweler. No. 9 L. C«i St to Hoiihch f«»r Sa two true in stock lower half, no West s 1 2 « hi West Si*v«*«ith Btreet 706 Murr Ison stroct, 21s West street. i"i • 1 Minnll M reet, 823 Worn M . * rooms und hut h. 11 h street, h street. 1*11« Monroe si reet, Til MotirocH 10 *»; N un Buren streut AdutiiH si reet. Rodney street. 911 '«■St Ni til 9 O n * West Twelf •«; Di lawaro U ('layton street, 13 Franklin str«*ot, Ma«lise 11 -1reet. 318 West 2 MMi King st r«*«;t, s-*s Kim st 1 «•«•!. 11 for pri« e yeurs. up sit •*st street, G ni DuPont street, t! Gb» Lincoln street, G 13.« DuPont st reet, G EO Frunklm street. 7 Last Kb'veuih Ntreet, Ü 310 *1 Eleven »19 Last Thirteenth nylon Street, 22 West Sixth Sixth, 6 U]. 1002 l i «*m* 31U 2 WiIhoii street. 4-year 23 Poplar str* Huveutb stacet, ft Eut 1 -ixtli si«* Jil 33: Nim ii s nt 308 East Tiiirteuiiii ■1 Sc Poplur, 6*24 \ . fapi* lift I; «« Kixlhd ieel, Tlilrt«*e U Boohs tl)G them: these JctlLi In J«*in*rBt 939 Kirk woo iHtivi.i, 11'. Elm si 1 r_0 West H r-ll Harris 518 Harrison si reet, 19*j 6 We-t OW Fre ** 4l2Ta> lor street, 910 Elm street, IG*»7 West Front si reet, Rt 7 Fr ends «juartcr Ligl.ili st r 1.109 W«*h1 F 838 East. Seventh Btreet. 'ur.Thirte.intU and Market streets. 924 K i r k wood st reet. 831 Locust str«*«*t. 1224 King btreet. S. E. Books hand . Thirteenth & Ki Btore and dwelling S. W.Cor.Sixth und \Vust Btreet**, 19 rooms and bath. Money to lo»n on good city mortgages. Apply to FHLL1P li. CLA I! K A* CO.. «115-31 824 Market struct st rsets, - — k> will of Castle New j at Tb« Grippe. The remedy for the cough never failing, always curing old people or children or grown people is Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic Balsam. The leading lung and throat remedy of the land. Depot 4th and King streets and 433 Market street, where we will remove to office on or before March 35th. One-eightli barrel Jones' Hungarian Roller Flour 90 cents, one-sixteenth barrel 45 ceuts. Try Smith's, Fourth am! Shipley street«. Coffee. The people who drink our 80 cent coffee always come bunk and buy more or it. Lank «fc Co.,Fourth und Hur rlson streets. The situated the scribed All bag at J. J. nal, perches of perches grees .0 stake; 9-10 gree's sio a north. stone: and north, 9-10 tiuna; grecs Cabbage C. F. Welch A Co., 118 Erst Fourth street, will receivo a carload In or two- Give them a call. Commission. I la ■ Now Call and examine goods; you will get some bargain«. T. A. Shannon, 719 Market and 730 »hl ploy. Your Chance. line of dross thence, south. greus south, to a liam 80 ol' deg Christ ctoek land Great Reductions in Photographs. One 10x20 ('rayon Portrait with - dozen cabinets for 34.00. Ono dozen Petites for 50 cents tit Holland's Gal lery, 807 Market steet, Wilmington, Delaware. QHERIFFB8ALB.—BY VIRTUE OF A 0 of awrltof Levari Facias to mo di rected, will bo exposed to public sale. 1 he hotel of Robert McUuddcn known Parry's tavern, on Concord pike, Urundy wine bund rod. Now Castle o.mnty, Del., ON TUESDAY. The 20th day of Januar}*, 1892, ! At 2 o'clock, p. in.. The following described real estate, viz: Those ' tract of 1% dred, Now Unstlu county Delaware, severally bounded and do llied as follow« to wit: No- 1, Begin ning ai a stake by tho side of Brandy wine Creek now a stone marked S and If. Hot by Is»»3 Smith. Robert Husbands and John Holland where the stako formerly st nod. and a corn«* thence south 64 degrees St lots gltiia'e In Christiana hun State of coiuprlHing ary S the Jacob Smith's land 41 perch«*«, and 8-10 to a stake, thence souili 35 U de grees w. 80 perches and :'-t0 to a stone be tween 2biuck oak tr«*es. thence north 25 'i degrees west 86 perches to a stake In the lineof Ja«H)i> lloilmg «worth'sland, then«*«* by the rame soul h 51 *u degrees west 87 per çues t<> a corner ol' 'iiinl l'.Chandl«*rslnnd near hlaok oak stump thence by t in* same South 27 degrees, hast ilii i 81 uk«-or stout*, thence by tli Hues dividing this IT the origlnnt tract devised now said Hoi a* it Husbands, N. Fast eight perches and Ö-10 to a Mnllberry *«*. tin thirty perchcsand side t)f Bridle road. North 7.'t 'j degrees, a Beach t rco, by city Del.. he pub the of tho ie following or eJ. in Ivilsou, Mr. •:ii •a Booth 44 8-4 degree 1» to a Has the ot east . thence down tin* said courses 23 and 5-10 por to Brandywine Creek aforesaid thence up the sumo by tin* several courses about 12(1 norcIn-H to the pl.ice of beginn ing containing 08 iu>r«;s mnl I t perches of laud, bet lie sum«' No 2. All that lot beginning at a stone in a line of other lands ol' the said Is: nson. meaning No. 1. •-bovedo thereby in,rib 22 l , «legre East the side of u i run by it's sev 0> six le«s. S. Thom scribed, 3li perches to ii stake in a lino of the heirs of-Hollingsworth, «le ceased, theneetberebv north6U't degrees, Fast 52 pel «'ties and 8-10 to a stone iu a line of lot No. li. feet retd to the to lie try laid down on tin* aloK-.siiid convey«*«! to Fli Nichols, them-«.* thereby South 291* degrees. Last it« 1 . «dies, to a stone in a line of other lauds or said thereby South ob<*8, and fl-10 to tho place «if beginning containing within those bounds. 8 acres und 1») square perches of land, both«* more or less. Helxod un«l taken in execution as pro perty of Issue •**. Thompson and Bophro hls wife, and t. t's. ami to be sold by WM. SIMMONS. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Jan. 8tl>, '92, Wilmington J9-t$t this uro of trees und hope fully largo to Ilnsbamls. and Delaware. re Z3HF.U!FF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A 1 writ of Levari Fu«*lu.s to publie sale a » directed, the I Hobs-, on Market 8tro«*t. between . in the cil y will be exposed Temh und Eleventh str Wilmington, New 1 antic county, Del., lower direct all Bros. 81. ON FRIDAY, THE 29TH DAY' OF JANUARY, 1893, At 2 o'clock, p. 111., Tin* following described real lot. pioce or pitveel sit unted In the city of Wilmlugt witbH brick dwelling th« bounded Beginning All thut e or bridge have huribod as inilowh. • kl« thorly sid«* *i l«*twecit Wasliingtoii ami J«*tlcrs«»u •ta »1» tb«* dlstaiie«* of lOOI'oot from wc8t«*fly Fide «if Wosliingtontalrt: southerly parallel to Nabbing»« Firtli si i <* therly pnralle in.*ii tlmnigli tb«*ml«l(llo of tho th«*ni*«* westerly pur '«•»?t G inohu4 > lh«*iio.c Wa.-hoigtou str«*«*t. a nbel malt, 113 fi lially wall ol tills ami tho adjoining lion.* the same side of Fifth s! ace of begi« riiiig he the «* what they may. Hi!iz«*«l ami taken in execution 1 1 thence the •nth there St tho ' Mary Jam* Wells and llonja properly min F. W to lie sold by . Ii«*r h 11.Him ml, and hut h. William simmons. Nhcriir. Sheriff's Offl«-*:. Wilmington. Jan. 1I.1H-.K, 112-Uteod. QHERIFF S SALE. -BY' VIRTUE OF O writ of Levari Facias, to me «llr**ct.cd, will Im) exposed to public s*il«.* at theC Hoiih«*. on Markoi Btreet between To and Eleventh mhigtoii, Now Ca* '.known Wil * «•onnty, Delaware, «ho I'emiByivunia Avenue in the eii y ON WEDNESDAY. THE 30th DAY OF JANUARY, 1692, At 2 o'clock, p. iu.. The following tlescrib«Hl real estate. All that, eurtuin lot ot land witli a 2 story name dwelling thereon erected sit nut«* in the city Wilmington aloro-ald «b)«l and «leseribe«! a» follows wit: in the middle of tin* Keuiu-tt a«*«* by Mii-hucl Doran's lot Beg turnpike south 86ill said Hi pm and •* d ■ner of anot li«*r Dowell lot st .'i;l feet -aid McDowell * ! li -k. ami 'j «iu mitldie of said • m*.) by tho b. gre«*s eu-t I t» feet •«'pike ufor«*Haid tlieuc«* with «lie ol Hiii.i lump ke north Gl degrees west 39 t«***i to ill«.* plueuuf bugiuniug contain ing 1 « ■.*.*« G 1« et »mu e d an«l taken in «■.xecution as the Benjamin Rl.*by, « executor ««I Ann Tliomus K. M«* • *»f Joseph of Jolt 11 Kay who *. deei'SBOtl, All inter who •ttsed. iimito i»o s«»ld bv 11.LI AM SIMMONS. Sheriff. SltorifTö office. '\ iluiingtou. Jun. 4, 1832. HEffIFF S S BY VI RTF EOF A * dimleil, will lie expo** «! to public sab*, of Alex. Maxwell. lb.* hotel Mid dletown, New Curdle county, D. ON THURSDAY'. Tiie 28th day of January 1892, At 10 o'clock a. n».. Tho following described real estate, viz: Ail that «lwcllPig house. provementB thereun c*r«vi< i|. bit wilted in Appoipioulmink lid.. New t'astlo county. State of Deluwure, l>oiin«ie«i by land hit«'of Juseph R. JHa 1 buildings ini land , de. 'eased, laud ilun late of Isab« < r lute of Samuel It. Whit h Itlaeklbtun and Maria Tush; by the publie road lcudina from Wilson's <■ roudsto the old 8a*D.ai raH roa«l. and laud latent Jacob L. Vandyke, coiitnin ingone hundri d nn«l slxty-ttve acres and etghty-uino perches, more (For fuller descript deed roeonl.) Seized und taken !n execution pioperty of Amos D. liighticld.uud t. I b,, and to be sold by WILLIAM SIMMONS. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Wilmington, Del.. Jan. » 1892, il2eodbt streets. rooms mortgages. CO.. struct rsets, ot above premises QHBUIFrS BAta-BT VIHTOK OK A k> writ of Levari Fsol»*. tomedirected. H will be exposed to publie »ale, at the Hotel will of Prank Flukerton. in tho olty of New House, Castle New Castle hundred, county gf and New Castle, Delaware, intugton, ON WEDNESDAY, THK 87tb DAY OF JANUARY. 1892; At 10 o'clock, a. in.. the The All land sit Front three of ley and parallel Indies st root parallel side thence son aforesaid thereby they The following dojcrlbed real estate, viz: and tract of land situated In White Olay Urcok hundred. In the county aforesaid, bounded and de scribed as follows. All that certain f to wit: Beginning ut « stake in Christiana nal, corner for lands of Levin M. Canktn; thcncobyh Ik lands north ^degrees weat,3U perches and 8-10 to a stone ; » hence by lands of I). H. Egbert north VS.Hf degrees east. 5 perches and 9-10 to a stone; north, 4M de grees west, 7 2-10 perches to a stone; north .0 degrees west,-At perches and 6-10 to a stake; north, 6 degrees cast 6 perches and 9-10 to the sldeof the line; north, BO* de gree's west 8 perch*« and 8-10 to a stone; degrees west, 10 perches to a sio e; north, 76 degrees west. 5 perches to a stone: thence by land of Ann Egbert, north. Ö8J4 degrees west, 18 perches to a stone: north, <l degre 's west, 4 perches and 8-10: north,TOMdegreca west, 8 porches: north, 84,^ degrees west 7 perches and 9-10 to the middle of turnpike tiuna; thence bv said grecs east. property trix Ford, uary Juris north. 10 de i by thence, by other lands of William E. H-. south. i7>rf degrees east, 31 and 7-10 perches u stake; north, perches and 9 greus and 10 minutes east,-perches 2-10 degrees east, south, 58<s, degrees to a stake; thence by other lauds of Wil liam 1C. lieisler. south, 804* degrees 80 porches to o stake by a-; south, 35 V degrees went, 78perches and 8 10: no th. 87 degrees west, 9-10 of a porch to the middle ol' Ktuilo r deg I Christ loua creek; thence north by the ctoek and canal to the place of l>eglMiiing, containing 120 ne land more or le.-s. Seized and taken in ex.-cntlon of Samuel Guthrie und David an 1 to be sold by WILLIAM SIMMONS. degrees east, 145 to a stake; thence, bv E. C. Stoteenborg, north, 81 de Clay S will of a hi oue ; south. tfcbtf 71 perches and 1-10; 61 perches The ; theno > thereby south, 18 and 40 minutes and M-lu porches to All and 120 pcrche.-t of White County, doubl, .joN tho Mill, grecs, line by east Jacob 8 t nltig, eight, tho property Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Wilmington, Del., Janu ary ll. tin }12 IIERIFF'S BALE-BY VIRTUE as t o public sale at Market stroct. bu Kleveutli streets, , New Castle county, OF S sundry writs or Lcvuria F directed, will be exposed the c i he 'i by city of Wiliuiu;* I Del.. the «loti ON SATURDAY, THE 30th DAY OF JANUARY. 1892, At 2 o,clock p. in., The following described real edato.vlz: parcels by All lbo.se two certain pieces or luml, wniitliehiiildingstlmr eJ. situate* in tin- village of IG in Christiana Hundred, county of Now Castle. , •a O wll * of them beginning nt a point at the Intersection of the norttieiutorly side of I or lane wit li the 1 l«*i\iliiig t •sterly side Kennett r.dgo over the ot I ho publier Brandy wine, thence north f -ball degrees west sixty north tldrty-two riogreos east twenty*«»«® feet, oiieaml one-ipiarter Inches to a stak«*, thence north forty-live the of The *, i In* degrees west terlysblo of hiiid ne north two degree* east sovouty six Inches to u hob* In the road, tlieuc« degrees • lam*, thence with fe«*t sid«* Icy, feet wall ing «le line •st tliirly-slx ». tluMiec southerly lifty sotiih thirty feet eight degrees cast nlnety-llv«? feet Hforcsuia westerly side of nahl public road leading t«j the new bridge over tho Brandy wine, ii'»«l thence along tlx* terly sid« of said road in a southerly «11 retd Ion seventy-two feet and seven inches to the plue«* of begilining. The other one bounded and described follows: Beginning nt a point on the westerly side of the public road leading on the bridge from Kennoit turn pike at 72 inches northerly from tin* lntersotition «»f the north-easterly side ot' said nne with said westerly side of public rontl leading to new nrldgeon the Brandy . thence nort h 68 degrees west 96 feel h stake, t I'tii'C north 82 degrees 86 feet to a stake, thence south 58«legreea 95 feet ton point In the said westerly side of pub lie road leading to hew brhlgo over the Brandvwine, hikI thence thereby In a southerly direction .'.6 feet t<> a Btuke, thence south 58 degrees east «5 foet stake, thence north 82 degrees •' of beginning, be tbo contents side pro erly by nah A the S will **-*t to • pi what they Stdzinl und taken in execution as tho property of Margaret llaughey und terre tcnuntH, und t > Ik* sold by WILLIAM SIMMONS, Sheriff. Sheriffs office, Wilmington. Jan. 12,1899 glIKKIFF'8 HALE BY VIRTUE OF will 1»«* expose«I Levari Fticluato public hale Market Htr«*et. betwee Eleventh hi reels. In the cit y of Wll mlngton, New Castle couuty, Dub, di tbo Court Tenth The and ON SATURDAY, THESOra DAY OF JANUARY'. At 2o'clock, p. u».. The following described real estate,vl tho J. ly pur rlnln lot or piece of land with brick liouae ti««*r«on Wilming Lo nort herli' ahl«* of tho distance All thnt a tbrvo-story erecteil. situate In tho City , beginning easterly from the easterly aide of Jack JucUson street, wiuiherly sl«le of Fleaauut at reel; and thoneo thereby easterly parallel with Front street, 18 feet; tli parallel with Jackson street, und passing through tho inhldle of wide alley, northerly sl«le of Front street; and thence thereby westerly brginuiiig. ho tiioeoiitei or l«*ss. Book IL, VoL 12 Suited and and takeu td< 1 the •nee northerly parallel with inches to the tho southerly feet G lue •t 10 im'hr.4 to the 1 tiie placo of thereof. 2, page 9\ .('•'Iltlon as the property of Mary B. Ford, Administratrix of Thomas Ford, Ueeeased.and Mary Ford, surviving mortgagor, and to be sold by WILLI AM SIMMONS. SHERIFF. Sheriffs Office, Wilmington, January 11, 1892. Wil JH S HERIFF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias to public sub* Marke; str«*«*t. between Tenth • directed will be expose and Eleventh streets, iu the city of »VU miiigtou, New t'ustle county, 2 ON WEDNESDAY. THE SOtu DAY OE JANUARY. 18!W, wit: lot lot The following described real estate, viz All that certain lot, piece tho city of IHI-Cd minglou ot «iu said land situated ulorCHUid, liouuded uud detaTibed Leg inning at a point : mursli 1 west the Ann M«* Joseph the scuthcrly t lio point side of Freuoli street said road; southerly by tho aald aid«: of French St. point 310 * ) southerly Bitlo deunued for the Wilmington 6t Northern ruilroa«!; tin'll«'«* ad where tIn* «■»< •s Bald side southerly fr slr«:et tu the northerly si«l«> 1832. •rly parallel •r; thenw nort lier B French at ree • aforesaid side of the nsui'idi ro*«il, and t lienee by Hide of tbo snid marsh ruu«l wi'Ktnrly to the place ol beginning, be ilic coat cuts thereof what they may. >1 and taken in execution as the Georgo W. Stone and Kato G. •subi I» WM,LIAM SIMMONS. Sheriff 's office, Wilmington, Juu. 4. 1892. A hotel Mid property Stone, Ills wife ÈSiKiritr. viz: DR. GOSLIN, in county. land ini DENTIST i Shipley street, cor. Eighth. land laud ilun Teeth gS.oo and glo.oo a set. the <■ laud coiitnin and t. I b,, Jan. Teeth filled with gold and gold and platina, £i,oo and ^2.00 Teeth extracted without pain, 25c. and 50 cents. I Gas, either or cocacine. jCsat wed&wk premises P ■ OHERIFF B SA1B-BI VIRTU® OP A H writ of Lcvar! Facias to rue directed, will be exposed to publie » tie at tbo Court House, on Market street, between Tenth and Kevouth streets, In tho. city of Wil intugton, New Cnatle oonnty, Delaware, ON SATURDAY, try the Both DAY or JANUARY. 1892. At 2 o'clock, p. The following described real estate, viz: All that certain lot, piece land with the building thoroon erected, sit uated In the city of WI lining Itegtunlng on tho northerly Front street at the uistanoe of three feet easterly from tho easterly of Jackson street, at the centre of ley SfoetO Inches wide; thenoe northerly and through the centre of said alley and parallel with Jackson street, 118 feet. Indies to the sou therly st root (80 feet wide); thence easterly and parallel with Front street and along said side of Pleasant street. 1H feet, to acorner; thence southerly and parallel wlthJnck son street, 113 l'eet and 10 Inches to the aforesaid side or Front street and thence thereby westerly 18 feet beginning, bo the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken In execution parcel of to we we ntnej j ; I side of Pleasant the place of tho property of Mary U. Ford, administra trix of Thomas 1-ord. deceased, and Mary Ford, surviving mortgagor. un,i to bo sold WILLIAM SIMMONS. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Wilmington, Uel., Jan uary 14, by J14 HERIFF'H SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A directed public sale ut t lie Hotel In While Clay Creek Hundred, New Castle Couuty, Delaware, S writ or Levari Facias to will lie exposed of John K. Lewis, in Newark. ON FRIDAY. Tho 29th day of January. 1894 11 o'clock a. m. The followingdescribed real estate, very ing and We All that, lot or parcel of land situate ,*fc Hun 1 roil. New Castlo White Clay Ur County, mid State or Delaware, with n doubl,- frame dwelling bouse thoreon •led. Beginning at a point of Intersection of .joN ewark and New London Road with tho road from MeCleilandavllleto Tweed's Mill, and grecs, line of lands oî Samuel Lindsey, thence by said Lindsey's land south 1 \i degrees east r. 44-UR) perches to acorner or lands of Jacob liunibo. thence with his line north 8 degron cas: 2 '.»I- .00 perches to a corner, t hence nort h 78 degrees east 1 perches to : of the Newark und N by wild road north 9 «le best 0 perches to the place of t*egln nltig, containing ono rood, eight and eight, tenths perches more or less. Seized ami taken Into execution property of James Dovlno m.d Ellen M. Devine, ami terre, tenants ami t > he sold WILLIAM SIMMONS, Sheriff. Del.. Jan. jl2-Uteod tin 711* do st 8 82-100 perches to a corner iningthe' ' the «• «loti ad. the thi by BhorltTa Office, W iimiiigtou, , 18'J.\ ÖHKKIFFB BALK.—BY VIRTUE OF A O writ or Levari Facias, to me directed, wll bo expose I to public sab* at the i '«....» House on Market sir«*«*i hetw«*cn 10th and streets, in ilm city ot Wilmington, Newcastle county, Del. ON FRIDAY. TIIE 20th DAY OF JANUARY. 1892, At 2o'clock, p. in., The foRowing described Heal Estate, All that certain tract or parcel of laud with a two-story brick dwelling thereon erected, situutuJ In the City of Wllmlng tho notlierly distance of 6« fe«*t 3 Inches, w«*sterly from the westerly sid«* of Adams street, tlicnoe northerly piirulb'l with Adams street 49 f««*t southerly side of n 2 lect (I inches wldenl Icy, t lienee by said alley side westerly 12 feet 8 inches to h stako, thence southerly parallel with Adams str«*«*t, passing through the centre of tho party division wall dividing this from tho house adjoin ing on the a . beginning nt a point side of need street at the the •si 59 feet to the snlil north erly side of fitted street and theueo tlmre by east «*r l y 12 foot 3 Indies to the place of beglunlug.be the same what It may. Seized and taken in execution the property of Edwin W. Jaekson atnl Han nah E. Jackson and 1.1. s. and N. um WM. SIMMONS, Bherlff. Sheriff's office, Wilmington, Jan. . '92 ji2-eod S HERIFF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be ex 11 «»soil to public sab-, at the hotel of F. Pinkerton, In the town of New Castle, New Castle county, Delaware, ON WEDNESDAY, DAY OF JANUARY. 1802, At 10 o'clock, a. m., THE 27t The following doserlbol real estate, viz: All that « ortam lot of land h! theeltyof New Castle, Now Castle county and State of Delaware, bound .*d un i des eribed as follows, Bcglnniug at a point Bid«* of Delaware Htr«*et the northerly the said »tree. I« Interseetetl by tin* eouth<'unt<*rly 8l«l«*«*f Hixtli street; thence running In a north«*a*»lerly direction by the side «>f »out M2 feet t«> tho southwest called Ch«*rry street; theiieeby thosnl'1 »»Ido of suld Cherry Hr. southeasterly direction ubout -14 f«*«*t i«n«li* Inches to the lino ol' bind of Win. N. J. Miller; tlicncc bv tho lino of tho land of K«ild|Wm. N. J. Miller In a southwea erly «lire«*! Ion about 14.'feet to tin; northeaster ly sldeof Delaware streut aforesaid, ami thence thereby In a nort honst erly dlrcc iset ami 3 inchos 10 the ;»Ir«*«* <»f beginning, be tbo contenta thereof what they of td< in m mtion ns the II. Jcmison and Isabella Hci/,.«l und tuki'n in properly ol Kw JcnilBon, bis wil«*. and l. t's. and l«» bo sold WILLIAM SIMMONS. Nbcrilf. Sheriff s Office, Wilmington, Jun. 8, 1892. 1 of the CHE RIFF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facia«, to me directed, exposeil to public sulo, ut the Ifous«* on Market Street, between Tenth and Eleventh str«*«*ts, in the city of Wilmington, New Castlo county, Dela will t»<* A ON SATURDAY, THE 30th DAY' OF JANUARY, 1892, nt 2 o'clock, p. in., Tho followingdeserilM*«! real estate, viz: All that certain lot of laud situated in the city of Wilmington. Beginuiug ut 11 point on the easterly side of Lincoln Btreet at n distance or fiw feet southerly from the southerly side of Eighth street,tlienec southerly along said Bid«* of Lincoln street, 104 foot to the north erly Hid«* o(^Seventh street, the the saiii Hid«* of Seventh wtto the ot a Sy! •sterly side of Seott street, the snld side of He rtlierly by street, 44 foet t.o u eornor, thence w«**»terly parullel with Seventh street, 73 fe**t 8 in. nner thence north«*rly parallel with Seott street, 41 feet «•Ht«*rly iiarallel with He or* said 93G feet 4 im-lics to Lincoln street, Seized ami taken in cortUT, thence iveuth str«*et tiie Miid Hide i pla«*o of lx'ginuinK nt cuts thereof wiint tiiey lier B propert y of William F. Heeils uud Viola Heeds, iiis wif«*, and to l»e sold by WILLIAM HIMMONs. Sheriff. Shi'rlff's Office, Wilmington, Del., Jhu the G. 1892. ■14 SALE—11Y' VIRTUE OF A directed, tho Ho Mi«l lletown, in . Georgen baud red, New Curdle county. gllERIFF will bo exposed t«» public sale, tel ul A lex. Maxwell. 111 I D« I ON THURSDAY', THE 28th DAY OF JANUARY, 1892; 10 o'clock, n. nn, The following described real estai®, viz; All that e«rluiu farm plantation tract of land Ring Middletown rond leading liolicmiu Mills iu ... ... Del., and bounded on the east by land dr the heirs of Geo. Der •kson and the Choptunk roud, on the aouth by lands of W. R. Cochran and tho west by lamia of James R. Hoffecker, and the north by lauas of Manlove Wilson, containing 180 acres of land more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Thomas C. Murphy and Ly dia F. Murphy aud t. t's, aud to bo sold by WILLIAM SIMMONS. Bherlff. Sheriff's Offioe, Wilmington, Del., Jan uary lltb, set. N«*w Castle gold pain, Jun-12 We believe that our goods are too well known to the trade throughout the coun try to need comment as to "style and make. 95 We have spared no effort in striving to make it the most complete line that we have yet produced and believe that we have succeeded even beyond our expectation. BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE NO. 213 MARKET STREET Wilmington, Delawabe. Justis & Davidson, Prop's, J » Telephon© No. 668. # TD BE HUNE. Twenty thousand pieces of wall paper by H. D. HOLT From now until the 15th of February, I will sell paper and do papering for about 1-3 less than the regular prices. I have some very nice gold embossed paper I am selling at 15c a piece, and some pai>er I am closing out at 3c a piece. If you are think ing of having any paperiug done. Now is the time and save money. You will not have to take up carpets. 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The most wonderful l'llls of ' Positively no griping und never sickening in their operation. Undoubtedly the bust Pills ever made for Liver Complaint niul kindred troubles. A quick relief and nick headache. In fact, a , perfect antidoto for any kind of head- . ache. A KplenUld r«*lief in all troubles or ! the UidnevH, l»u«*ka«*lio, Ac. A siilondltl : remedy for Indies 6iitrering with ailments m the stoiuueh, liver, kidneys, or womb. |V 'J'lies« Pills rein«>ve olotchea, sleepiness I I lienvlness, bad and tirod feelings, costive- j | and liver complaint. They —1 * and rertain. The most popular Pills of j A the day. Ono box worth a hair dozen or more or any other kind. They have been f proving tholr superiority over all others j lor tho lust 4» years. Good appotitos. | healthy livers, elegant dlgestivostoniaclni, r and correct strong kidneys, z.:rz niedicat effect of their use. lhoiisamls will testify 1 liât they are tho true and real j Liver Pills of tho times. Tin*genuine are sold only In 95-oent ami $1 Imxoa (six one'. Nold by regular ilrugglsU uud s by mail. Depot Fourth and King Streets, Wilmington, Del. Smith, Kline mid French Co., Plilla. sll ! DR. G. F. THEEL, North Fourth St., below Green, l'bilud'u. 538 Spwial Diseases, iilood Poison 1 fl.CERS. Rlotehn, flmplcf, Hof ff • iuag or M liltllr Agedd^u ( p«an Hoaplial experlouc* u siiLobo'*' 1 ' 1 "*■""*' A in rulu of Ihotuan.l* of confldlnx »leilni*. <»»»)'-■ floi iu.— ■ very <1ny fri ra 9 A U. «.. » I*. M,. rvnittonR* 6 to t. Wcdnrxlor au4 Soiuet»,» F.veulDg* from•—10 Sub«layo from 9 io U. For «»ferme«» »eo Wo1u**iay and Bktur* doy Phlladelphls Tin»**. G. P. MARONEY iu on the tho and the Ly by Jan J NO. 509 SHIPLEY ST, Wilmington, Delaware. Harness constantly on hand and mads Order at Short Notice. Repairing 27-iyd-wf Promptly Dons, , . ! : |V I I j | * j A f \X ^ j A | A; r , j £ *>* 0 fi St ! W' *4 % A FIXED STANDARD. One-piicc to all and that the lowest, is a battle cry around which we arc rallying our best endeavors. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Pictures, if Blankets, Standing Lamps, >1 Comforts, Clocks, Brackets, Etc. All our goods arc marked with plain figures. We sell on Weekly or Monthly pay ments, or take 5 per cent, off for cash. Open Tuesday and Satur day evenings only. Mirrors, Oil Cloths, Etc. J THOS. GRINSELL S. E. Cor. 2nd & Orange Sts.