VUBUSHED D 1
jY (Exckft Sondât)
. THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING,
B. E. COU. TIUltD AND KING STS..
ÏHE EEPÜMJCAN P1UNÏINO AND
Entered at tue pfMtontce ut tv llmuigton,
Del. ns scc(tn|d-cla88 mail matter.
TUESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1SS2.
Mr. Bayard aud Free Tratte.
- Ex- Secretary Bayard has been mak
■ Ing a speech in Boston in which he is
half right and halt wrong. In him
the advocates of a sound Unauclal
system found a, strong advocate, and
In him the free trad
ss strong. In the tirât he was right,
lu tho latter he was wrong. Nothing
will ever suit Mr. Bayard that relates
to the industries of om country but
absolute free trado. lie still sticks to
the text that liio farmer Is lmpovvr
ished by discriminations against him
And he is unwilling to believe that nny
' thing will over better his condition
than a removal of what he deems to
be the cause», and thoso causes of
course are t lie bulwarks of .protection
to agricultural as well os manufac
Mr. Bayard'» whole thought seems
to bo to make manufacturing of
ondary Importance when compared to
agriculture. Nobody will pretend to
aay that "The Farmers do not feed
them all," and therefore they are first
in consideration, but where would be
their markets if all were farmers?
Even little Wilmington with tiö.OOü
population rnhltes a good market for
the farmers of New Castle, Chester,
Delaware und Salem counties. The
manufacturers mu ko Wilmington
what she is.
Without tile groat manufacturing
establish mo a is of tho Harlan A Hol
lingsworth Company, Tho Fusoy A
Jones Company, The Diamond State
Iron Company. Tho Lobdoll Cur Wheel
Company, The Jackson .L Sharp Com
pany, Tho Pullman Car Company, and
many otliers of more or less extent,
what would Wilmington be? Yet theso
are the manufactories against which
Mr. Bayard, [u ills gushing sympathy
for the farmer, levels tho shafts of his
campaign oratory, let us hops that it
Is but oratorly.
His attack on protection is but
attack on la|jor lu the manufactories.
Mr. Bayard suioly canuot help but
know Uiut tho doctrine of free trade
he ad voeu te» must, degrade labor. The
manufactories of Wilmington could
not exist under free trade and pay the
wages they ;
labor without protection, neither could
free trade dp the farmer any good.
What would it prolil him if the bar
riers of projteotlon wore broken down?
It would net Increase his sales abroad,
It oould not Increase his suies at hi
rather would it deoroaso them, fot
without such manufacturing establish
>v paying fur thoir
»ent» as vfe have named, where would
tils homo market be?
Free trau« sounds better in a speech
from Mr. Bayard, destined to catch ami
tickle the public
operate In practice.
Cnfortu lately for Mr. BnyaDl lis
has no country to which he «mi
as un Illustration of r -• l l
free trade] wl. !.» the Un'.'- 1 Stales, tic
only land of real proto.-: on, with h**r
toemingipdu-trios, th- m ■-: i»r«»^per
ous nation on the face of Ilia glol-e
doctrino. iciglarcl ii< tlio 01
example of a lree trade gov
English thinkers voi c '
tide in the ''Nineteent
Keith, m which he aeks
a living wi
-t agfd;i»'. iii
3 k!\v and yet
the sri van tribes tl.ut tho Ai
Ln vo ov.n
in ting 1 ountry ' Ono
V t MCt fi t
Indicate tho « Ii.n u
ill mtHit e
with i b| in 11 *>
urles, l.tjbor und
•idoi abliv « J. - ;
Still tl.il: si«
■ il c
e the <■
i«I tliouir 1
• tlinii in
t lffc • ouitlr ..
b 10-J pot «.-fii;. b«-* tor t ha;
ÄYOMK« WÜlklllßUl'Ul .Or - I ! I
Hrltaiu, boouu^o be I an, loßl-. r w
tliOt#o word - <ff;
With our jjreat compatit
toooveejour people, ami
Biatosmen, to be btlmii,; t.Mr. liny
wants Aiueri -u to bo liko ilii^ r
Are the Amoii *
uw it D
is to koon 1,111
r and it be
ftpprolfutlon o'. Deo»«»«m' - und ib-pijl
y differ upon ti
Into fqctioLa u
Itcomjeato di ffii ling ti»o i.- fpu ni ti,- ,'
American ilag *.i.-i ■ tu '
of Amoricnn - iti
tries there is but
flag must bo Lui: -rod. .
aies siigo to 'V
Pre- de: t II;.11
tween this country a
It was none th* L®bs p itriotl • a. 1
Äeterminul in pt»m*e that it w..«
ftr thout bluater aud bravado,
f» should be acf opted ln C
the iffudeat affl
» ie<|é the pa: r. .diôiu of tho ire . Ion 1 ;
l of the people.
Ann the meeeuge i.us brouskt the
jnsvfer. Chill hue at iaht rcali/.cd that i
àer èutrageous cou ree has aroused a
treat nation and ah.- hasten» to back
euto! h r IiiBoiftit und weak noMiion. I
A «ready comes the ultimatum. She
•gr^es to withdraw Scnor Mattas' ot- ,
- . , , ■
fenalve note, acknowledging it to be i
bi)» als« withdraws t.r ro-iuest t.r
, ... need
mores Bailors to the arbitration of wo
some oeutral nation and falling In this
she proposes to submit to the decision
of the Su pie m% Court of United States.
All right; the Chill trouble will bo set
tled, but it will be settled
United States wants It settled.
the withdrawal of United Btatee Min- j
later Egan. She proposes to submit |
the affair of the attack
* I only
Public opinion will support tho
tion of the police commidHion in
pending the two officers or. the force J
that liecame intoxicated, ono on duty N
and tho ott or nff .intv Tho nubile ! P
ami the ot .oi oil duty, iue puun. ïrwm
service requires not only strong phys- ,
ical robust men on the police force, I
but it requires men who ur* always 101
sure to be sober. The strict discipline
of the police commission has done
much to elevate tho moral standing of
Police officers now will drink liquor
either on or off duty at their peril, and
und when those who do drink meet
with suspension and loss of pay a few
times for a week or ten days at a time,
they will begin to reullze that it will be
more reputable and profitable for them
to abstain entivoly from the
quor, and especially to abstain from
following up the lunch routes.
The public police service cannot, af
ford to be loaded down with excessive
drinking, excessive smoking und
cessive profanity, and the policeman
who desires to elevate his office and
add to the efficiency of t he service wi 11
understand that the shortest and sur
est cut to reform is by total absti
nonce from tho excobee* named.
The commissioners appointed to di
vide t lie election districts outside of
re too large to
tollt Oat tlwydld sot h»v« to keep Die l
law, rho apobtle ropliivl ttint
should im- i.üiit ami ovw, ..mo. j
r luivft been unjustly orlti- ,
oisoii: wliat woul-.l you «lo if your'!
the city where they
coma uuder the operations of tho
ballot luw, havo agreed upon u
some ten days ago. The districts
will hate Democratic inspectors.
outlined in tlio Rv.rr
bor 81, ami 17 of them
RErrm.icANR, do not forget that the
assessors are eltting at the Court
House t o assess you if y
ready assessed. They will l
this week from 9 to 12 a. in..and from
2 to ft p. m. Look after this matter.
SERMON OF REV.' K. L. IIUIIR\RD,
M. E. Clitirrli, W'ilmiii|;ioii,
lay Kvenliig, •laimury 24tl),
tiie Text. "For
Will of God, That With H
May Put to Silence the ljfi
The rrencher «poke of th« habit of
where, tho mother orlticises her child,
-a, tii« liiibbaud growls nt
ills wife, but of course the wiln never
growls, ft lend pitches into friend ami
it iu loturned. (iood people talk about
each other and bad i>eople do Hie
same, until criticism has becotuo tiie
order of tl»e «lay. They aro like a spear
which we drive into soinebod - . Wo
should not retaliate, but l*y meeki
and patience put it down. Getting
religion und going to Heaven Is stiff lit
ly different. While a man is at the
altar seeking pardon for his Kins wo
allow him perfect liberty, but.
i*t look out.
iiis Mins ate loiffiven h«
We do not want
that, i'li« crltiolsius of this world
upon Christians are largely due to the
tencics of their live 3.
are some people who do not
know what distress is; they ne
hnvo any trouble iu business, every
thing turns to gold with them. Such
P'T.-oiim cannot sympathize with
otn. i s in trouble. Hie text is a part
• >ï tii*.- apostle' a unsrer
a let ter
!d oboytlic law: they i,:'-t l
Will bo all ilrflit. Vr. Il.ibboi i
• of the . evo 0 «*riti-I
Whiio i,. was in :
e, ' u ' l l,lu " 1 " 1 ' j
"nnv'f'or'lîfv own' 1 I
..it 1 told tilt* official boai*l thcl
. 61.809, !
:ir? V*hcn p
while Mr. II.
Paris i-t«(>upera'. il g. t
'J im onlj tiling l ■
!i\«* it do>
m-dul.i rs -mill that I
iii> (»I p iritv •
I hope there
o Uot-6 pot believe
us 1 <•
■vcre not t.r :■ It' 1 show;
live it tlo'-v
th.» «Tt / wl.
th- *■«• ihii
Tl.bOtX I p.xpfi-t I
U litMlf It.
n i bj
»t lui hofft:
1 that we fcliaii
S. Wc bhi.il have
icl>oUy said s
i l.fiut while y
methiiitf that hur
dill have to
Jit: Bllent 1 h j
[tit, b it t
.'•t IU. 1
m« h to «j
'd go !
:er. It.Is tl.f « ill » f
Ehatl 1.0 livi .
it lo that Win
u.t up l
• 1 Ii MV
dill k ad! .pof 11 i iff' lift ohi
ut last, nnd i.'
Ion 1 ; v V
noMiion. I f i he Joy felt bv Sergeant Ingram, on
She 1 M ol a r.De 'oy at Lis ) mu*,
ot- , w 1 cmplusHtrod last eyeniiur by hia
■ i t• e* i irttlon to tho pollua force
to be i l. x ot lino clgura.
t.r «ïriSTpm oniu^wîlkf
•'iii int i-* cause lus 1
• s *>
unk. i d word.
thu* i !(,(
• God through love
s. Hold o
. will <.
u holy llfo.
•otLO all three troubles by
, ( oiig'is, ( <>1<B.
relief Is found in the
Cte , efft «
of ' brown'a Uronehi-il Troubi-a.
.is. Fold only
We haVè a few blankets left' that we 1 A
are closing out very cheap. If you ! 24
need any blankets coma and see us; I
wo can sell litem cheap enough T. A. I here.
Shannon's, 71V Market and 720 Shipley
I The great leading medicine, the ! then*,
'children's tonic, the real cure and 1 "You
worm erpeller. is Ur. Simms' was
I Worm Killer. The genuine is sol«I i who
I only in 25c ami 60o bottles. Depot 4th '
ami King streets. girls.
N *' w lot wheat screenings; lower
! P rlces .-, Car cotton sootl meul direct
ïrwm Memphis, itye straw in sheaves,
, ground tin x seed, Pratt's Food, and all
I Kinds feed and grain. Tutnall Bros,
101 Maryland Avenue. Telephone 81.
Only a little left of that, cheap cook
ing butter. 20 cents per lb. TatmUl's
Creamery, 4th and Shipley streets.
Organs that have been taken In ex
change for pianos by Estey, Ma*on A
Hamlin, Smith, American, Wilcox «V
White ami others from £80 upwards,
c:: easy monthly payments. 11. F.
Hobelen, No. 71U Market street.
contractor for hauling by tho day or
hour. Safes and pianos moved and set
with care. Furniture cars at short
notice. Hoisting and rigging done.
Office. No. 123 French street.
The best place to get your carriage
repaired is at. Walther »k Co's, ..
Marmot street bridge.
a, Tuesday. Jan. 20, 180V
Our Dress Goods for
Spriug arc coming and going
with unwonted activity. As
yet they are without import
ant competition. The en
terprise with which they
have been collected appears
in tiie early completeness of
Only January in tho calen
dar but June on the counters
—in Dress Goods. The stock
is now and will continue to
be the greatest in the land.
Its completeness will meet
What Fashion commands
for her legions is here and
vastly more beside. Origi
nality and personality can
find the stuffs to meet in
dividual ideas. There arc
sorts and sorts—practically
The line Cottons are made
richer by the incoming of 47
styles Mousseline de finde,
some plain, but mostly ol
the latest Mulhouse designs,
31 inches. Plain 30c, figur
It needs to ho remembered
that because this Dress
Goods stock is great it is not
I necessarily omnibus. The
Die l m .m-n.lna nf rT.-m.l ( ' it
glRUGS 01 gOOtl L/Ot
j tons are here—10c or less—
, , , . .
DUt tllC CllOICO Ol the WOl'lil
,o|ib here in the Scotch weaves
fiUd the French jnints. The
i Btoclv illcllttlfS lllOfÜ hitfll
, , .
in : class t xciusive varieties in
j Silks, Wools and Cottons
!» ; than cun lie found elsewhere.
Tlicrcfore, lack of knowl
! edge of this collection implies
I i'-î» 0 ™» 00 of latO DfCSS
The List week of January
"Vi starts with no falling off in
" the attractiveness of the Mus
h lin L'iulciwcar movement.
ff •>.«! MueltM
ka of ttno plaits», neat
bijrjr «»'!«*« «>n in k. yokeami
piuitoil buck aud high
v», at 70c.
1 h j
l ino good MuaiinSkirta.wlth e
brie ruffle, miged with neat Hum
btiiff embroiticry, heoiatitcliiiig
l ATualin Skirt«,
uibric ruffle, plaits
ic and above, at tiUc.
<1 pay flue for Uif
id 7 pla
if good Miiolln ïa-uwers,
'■'id • Hamburg ruffle uud 3 elus
plultH, at oUc.
Blm k P. I). Corset« at -t'.*; regular
50. Uuly COU.
• s *> For Misses and Children.
1)00 niuro of tiie g
I Muslin Night
J »I • hm-s, M«-U«er Hubbard yoke
of (du triers of pialle,eumbrio tuf
10-yenr size. 4Ue
' u! re, 26c
b veut ail
8 y «»or ei;
good Mtislm i t aw era,
2 and 4-year fitses, Sc.
U > ear puc, 10c.
S und 10-vear sizes, 15c.
Last lot of ti;
mdd over W.ouo pairs of them dur
ing the Juuuury Fuir.
F SoM IteN for a Quarter. *
1 A Burns. Mich., special of January
! 24 Rays: Kisses w era »old for a quarter
I apiece ut a Lutheran church sociable
I here. The sociable was in the church
parlors, and after the regulation pro
•h affaire had been car- as.
rde of the
room was withdrawn and six pretty truth.
maidens, blushing to the eats, Blood there
! then*, each with this legend ou n card: j
1 "You may kiss me for 25 cents.'''There .
was not a youth or old man present • til
i who did not exchange ut least a dozen } ft
' quarters fm two kisses fro n all the :
girls. The older women then objeoted
and the osculatory bee was stopped,
rioti out n curtain at
ami bowel* through the
discovery. Dr. Milos's
er, piles, constipation.
Pllt« speedily c
oqualcd for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 85
cents. Samples free
James Licit s
For Harm* in*
You will get some bargains at T. A.
Shannon's, 719 Market and 720 Shipley
line of dress goods.
2ft pounds finest Buckwheat Meal
7ft cents, at J. J. Smith's, Fourth und
Jones' Hungarian Flour, by all odds
the finest flour. »7 per barrel, at J. J.
Smith's, Fourth and Shipley streets.
Hukill, 720 Market street, calls pub
lic sales in city and county.
Tomatoes only 7 cents a
Lank <fc Co. Fourth and
Î uarfc at
Those who wish a line set of carriago
hariiess should see W. C. Draper, No.
lui W. 8th stloot.
M. F. Davis, Jewelor, No. 9 E. 2d St
y — the
weak nessf s
man's lilo mis
of them may
and nf lone
tienne. But all of them
cured aud corrected with
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
It's u powerful, iuvigoretinf
a hoothing and sfrangtaeuing :
legitimate i nediri .e purely vegetable,
and carefully adapted»to women's delicate
nc-eda. At- the
: tsinic and
critical parions in a
woman's lif«* — the cltang* from girlhood
to woinauhood, and, lat«r, the *'ohang*
of life"—-it is a perfaetly safo and
» remedial agent that
only good results.
For all "fouBaia complaint« " and weak
ness«. "Favorit® PrwcnBtioa'' is the
ly remedy so offactiv® taut it
guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit «>r euro,
, the money ia refunded.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Monday and Tuesday Nights,
January Cfiand 88,
A NIGHTS FROLIC
By Augustus Thomas.
MISS HELEN BARRY,
gicnt ««ist Including Mury 8haw and
FRIDAY, and SATURDAY,
Threo nights and
lieginuiiig Jan. 25,
TEs Sansitional Comedy Drama
3 nights and >'
lay matinee, January
8s, 29 un«l !0,
Go Won Co Mohawk.
LEW. N T 11 ST RE
G KO ROE L.
.ET HIN K
Sa 1 urdty
Tii 11 rs lav,
Lvunlug ami Saturday
'lev Night ..mm
Admission, 19 cents;
GRAND OPEKA HOUSE.
Friday—(.'OU8KJAN BR »THF.R8.
rilay Mai i uee— MON B A its.
8ai urd iv N
LhfibUN IN ACT/NÜ.
MONDAY, I I But ARY
L AMAN, a*
Ho Doit Mont It.
This is the time to find
prices trimmed down. IVe'
vc no disposifiou to carry
over suits aud overcoals—
beautiful as they are. We'd
rather carry the cash. You'll
not bo disappointed in gett
ing an unexpected money's
worth. You'll get more.
Looking over our many
years of manufacturing, our
Storm Coats and Overcoats
to-day arc better in quality
and shape than any we ever
had. The finest arc better ;
the $10 and $12 ones are a
show. Wc have revolution
ized low-priced Overcoats.
We havo made it hard to
guess within five to eight dol
lars of the price. Twenty
dollars wouldn't havo bought
such style a few seasons ago
as $10, $12, $15 to-day.
Like favorable prices now
in suits, in Trousers.
Do you want $1.50, $1.
25, $1.00 Underwear for 75
cents ' The lots are small ;
the variety considerable.
SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS,
r Mth, 189a-t>. B. Flto
pastor of tno Joel Prophetie Mission,
wishes to inform the public that, the
notice or expulsion on January
as. f rom the Quarterly Gou
ference of the A. U. M. I\. is nod the
truth. Cuu there bo vlolaiion Where
there 1 b no law. whero their Is nothing
remains? They have nothing in iltoir
discipline that they call violation un
til they revise if. 'Question: Wily is
ft that those who nr< dieti c ssiug fu
mille.-; and robbing the dead of their
resting place have not any law for
The committee of live that (were
they the right feii|al of
would have Uuovvn how L
the law. The law Is for the di. J u|bedi
ent and not for the obedient
not hold them. Question: if it |so be
a violation of tlto discipline
the church of God in sprinkling little
infants if it makes me a vloiulcr, l
only doing the will
If l understand the substance <jd the
Divine Spirit, wo arc to do all we cun
in the name of the God head pi > wer.
JT 1 had not only laid my lmnde <f
child in the name of the Luther, Son
«nd Holy Ghost and pul no water upon
ll.itfwould have been the name baptism.
For they brought young children to
gave nlie ray
net do all the good I
v form I could. I liuvo
the Saviour, and ho only
them and they
And you said when y
license that 1 m
could ami in any
been aid to you, fori have added
church to your connection, an« if I
had dlsotievcd your laws t-n greatly,
jcept that In this great violation,
term it I have for the past 14
years boon doing tho same- nndi mak
ing my report at every quarlterjy
ference,and my report _
unanimous vote and bld y
coed on, und have beon assisted in
your different churches in th
same transgression, and also «»reueh
ing your sacrament sermons ia your
connection, and reading t he ceremony
for your connection,aud boon verbally
resigned on tho 10th. sent in mv writ
ten resignation on the 18th, therefore
1 could not be expelled.
Approved by your Quarterly Con
ference,where is tho violation, if vio
lation ? Now it must have heilin vio
lation. thon l hope you will attend to
your laws bettor hereafter. Am the
saules fell from the apostle Paul, had
the seules removed from hts eyes, 1
hope the scales of ignoiane
Ieinoved from your eyes and you ho
aide to see tile perloct light ol liberty
through Jmsuh Christ our I.oijd.
for using the name A. U. M I'J w
not fed that, it would elevate us at all
If wo wanted to use your
would have reinamed un»*
neetion. 1>< c. iff, IT.M. fi
t yuur con*
tiie putilie all know that J have both
verbally and by writing rcbignod.
Bkv. I). B. Fir- in it, puatur of tho
Joel Prophetic Mission.
8tmftoms—M oisture; Intens«) itching
and stinging: nio.*t at night; Ivor
«oratohinir. If allowed toeontln;
iu, w hielt often bleed und alee
, becoming very sore, f
Ointment stops the
Ing, heule ulceration,
removes the tumor,
hing u lui blêmi
und la nio.it eases
. l)i. bwuyit© i
.. of Nitron™
Ox ill© Ohs
I jgt ■
W it iu mg
With (ins or Vapor,
Teeth Filled **•" ■ *>
S«:t «jf Tooth.
Rost Sui, Warranted,
i'.c guaranteed ns represented.
Teeth extracted evenings.
DR. E. C. HONEYWELL.
7C3 MARKET STREET.
Office Open TUI H F. M. teb|r-tu.th.«a-ly
COLLARS 20 -cont Col
lure nnd 25
new styles, ami having
bought a big lot of them
we are selling them
while they last at two
collars or two pairs of
cuffs at 25 cents. You
cannot pick up bargains
like these every day, as
many of tiie so-called
drives are either shop
worn goods or did styles.
Theso goods 1 are sold
with the maker's name
on every one and we
only ask you to soo
them to convince your
self that they aro what
you will buy. Our line
of unlatmdried white
Shirts at 50 cents, 75
cents and £1 and laun
dries] from 75' cents to
$2 for tiie linpst for l'ull
dress is extensive enough
to please ypu some
where. Fit and make
Jas T. Muli.i.n & Son,
6t|i Sc Market,
fcjpS CkteTira«rr*a Kn*ll»h pltmnnd ItrsnS.
II ,-4»7v «rl|ln«l und «lln'.r Grmilna A
/«( aff* «art. alway»r«lli>).a. toi.iid « V
AhZl_VSIBL . nj ^'' ? * r * "° U
nff lit Hod and WoM
, aaaivU^KlUi Um rll -
Otliked^f ('hvmlrnl l'«, Sfudla
iMd kl aU l—l Pr.«stet«.
X took Cold,
I took Slok,
I take My Meals,
I take My Rest,
ANT) 1 AM VIGOROUS ENOUGH
ANYTHING I CAN l.AY MY HANDS
trifling fat too, for Scotl's
•mulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
Soda not only cured My Incip
FLESH ON MY BONES
1 UNO -
... THE RATE ..
TAKE IT JUST AS EASILY AS I DO MILK."
SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTHING NEW.
SCOTT'S EMULSION IS DOING WONDERS
Take no other.
Wls., «ofterfd fcj
art of Nsr
Minore than longr«
can tell. Phyalci
Ihr, one bottlv c4
hranght him r.-»t, *i»fp an«1 mad»- him f«el Ilka n
I)r .luliun V Unt!ttrvr>>oJ. Mrctphls,
Tent», euft.-red from perloiiicai nervuna attacha,
hut found vtTea after using one hottlo of Nervine,
Trial böitlt- ami elegant hook FREE at druggists,
DR. MILE3 MEDICAL Oo . Elkhart, IndL
For sale by Z. James Belt, 6th and
ln «II the world
DR. HAINES OOLDI.N SPECIFIC.
t>e gprn In > enii ol' coltee
In HrttiTonol load, without tue knowledge ol
the patient, it necemiiry; It ts «iieolntely
liarmlt*.. bpO will e.'ert a iiermancnt
8|ieeoy vnre, w.ieihtr the palient Is a ,
ate tlniikir or an alcoltnUo w reolt. 1TNEVEH by
Y ILS. Il U|<.'rut*-.« »oi|iilellv
certainty that in«; patient umlt rgoe'
effected. 4»-page book
ol tiarlh-nliivs In«.
„ Z. .1 AS. tlh.LT, -
VIGOR OF »
Wsakuna, Jicrvouiucu, Debility, nni]
Is from early on ora or Inter ex
. the rcrult of ov« 1 »work,slckuet««,
feto. Full slreuatk, «iev>d<>|>uif:ut, ami tom: given
to every oritu an* portloii of tho body. Mmpls,
kbiurui luetboda. I œm©«liât# liuprovomont Here.
Fallu rsl iu rotai hie. 2,OUO reference?. Book, expliv
latlonaand proof« oiali**«1 (scaled
CO.» BUFFALO. N. Y
VJHBKIFF'HNAI.K -my VIMTDF.'I
O wi lt of Lovart Fa-laa
cposf'd to public
Maxwell, hi the
. at the hold
will be e
uletown. New Castle county, Delaware,
The 88th day of January 1898,
At 10 o'clock a. n»..
Tlio following described real estate.
All that farm and tract of land, with n
i buildings llll
dwelling house*, burn
provemuiits thereon erected, stluatcd In
pounouhnink H«L, Now UitMlc county.
I Mat# of [(©laware, houiidud Ly land
Into of Josoidi It. Dratcyiic, Inn I
late of lsalx-lla Sont man, «]■• <-u
• r lat • «3f Shmuji .1 I*. Warn
nah ItlackiutoM ami Mariu Tus.i; I
publier ad leading from Wiis<>n>
roads t«i the old r a3s
Ingone hiiiiilivl and hi\t> tivo uen-» and
elghty-iiiue per Tu*«, more or lean.
(For fuller .L>eri,.i on of above premises
* deed record.)
Sol/rd and taken !n o.xcoutton ns the
s D. iligblleitl.auU t. l b.,
proporty of A
ûnd to bo so'd
SUeriff B Ollicu. Wiluilugtou, Lei.. Jan.
ARTISANS' SAVINGS BANK,
No. 002 Market St.,
DE LA AV Alt K.
Opou daily from 11 o'clock a. m. until 4
. m.. !tn<l on Tueudayg and Saturdays
3 p. m.
Interest allowed on alld< pogltsof money
for one mouth or long
pur oeut. per annum.
Mouuy loautHi on Mortgage
GEORGE W. UTT-II, President.
C. WF.fi LB Y WELDIN'. Vioc-f
E. T. TAYLOll. Summary.
JOSEPH M. MATHER, Auditor.
I § 1^1 ui iL
Warrlfk Safety Cushion Tire* *13.7.
Mail Safety Cushion tires #100. Galas
Safely Cushion Tiros $•:». Gules Safety
Solid Tires $W. Gales Safety tto
wliueis $12. Coicplfie lino
and »purling Gouus.
211 KING STREET.
G. P. MAHONEY
NO. 509 SHIPLEY ST,
IIe.rnerts «-onsiantly on band nnd made
*hort Notice. Itepnlrlng
a to Oril«-r
A DJOTTnifRD SHERIFF'S BALE. B1
A virtue of a writ or Venditioni Ex
poaa«, to me directed. will bo exported tc
public Bale at the hotel of James L. Dick
. in town of Townsend. Appoqulnl
Castle county, Del.,
ON Til UitSDAY.
THE ltrn DAY OF FLUUUAHY, 1892,
lulnk Hundred. New
at 11 o'clock a. in..
Tho following dcscriboii real estate, viz:
AH llmt certain piece
«itante la the
quhittnink hundred, New Castlo courity,
and Slate of Delaware, bounded und do
scribed as follow^ to wit :
Hol Hg lots Nutt, 17, 18 and 19 on plot of
town lot h or tho heir* of Samuel T
scud, deceased, bounded on the oust by
Walnut street, on the wont by lands of llio
Doluwuro Kailroud Company, outlie «out b
by hinds of Mary C. Wells, untie north
r lands of Samuel Town teud; the motes
and bounds arc us follows:
Beginning nt a stake In lino of land» of
the Delaware Hull load « oinmtuy, aooruer
forthcno and lands of Mhi'v <'. Wells;
therewith north 70degrees, east
feet to a stake
parcel of land
of Townsend, Appo
line of Walnut Btreot ;
thence t hero with ninth HW degrees, w.-nl
Townsend; thence therewith south 70 8-1
degree«, west 147 t'e-*t 8 hu-heHto a stake
Hi Hue ol lands of tho Delaware I .'nil rond
b IUI feet und
place of beginning,
these metes und boundn
line of Samuel
Company; thence therewith
JO Indies to the
29,950 square feet of land, be tho
more or less.
Seized und taken In oxecution
property of the Townsend Creamery Com
pany, und to besold by
william fimmoxs. sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, Wilmington Del., Janu
\ 'JM, W92.
11KHIKK8 SALE—BY VIUTITF. OF A
writ of Istvuri Facta-*, lo me directed,
be uxposod to public uni-, at. tho
hotel of F. Pinkerton. m the town of New
< 'tuile, New Castle county, Delaware,
THE 27th DAY OF JANUARY, 1898,
At 10 o'clock, n. m.,
The following <loi»crll>od real estate, viz:
AH Llmt eeitaln lot of laud t-1
Cuvllc, New Caatlecounty
Delaware. Pound- <1 aud dea
crlbod aw lollows,
Bcginimuf nt a point
aide of Delawa e street
•ted by the southeustorly
et; thence running In a
by the »Ido of
•to tho said
utreo'. is lute:
stile of Sixth
st rcet about
k! v of o
et e.alleil Cherry
aid elde of sat.i L'horry St.
in H»oiitneH»'rrly direction about ; lt feet
8I»«19 tnehart to lue lluool laml of Win. N.
,1. Miller; 1 lienee by Hiellno ol' tho laud of
saiiigWm. N. J. Miller p» u Miutliwca erly
dlieetl.m about 14.'foottotbnnortheaster
ly »Idc of Delaware street ul'oresuld. and
tiiene-thereby in a northeasterly diroe
tion feet ait l 8 iuchu
St i/i.il and taken in execution
S roperty of Ewan II. Jenduon audlaabellu
otnison. his wire, and t. t n. mid to Ik* sold
WILLIAM SIMMONS, Miorlff.
BherllT'a Oltice. Wilmington, Jan. 8, 1892.
! place of
m cuntutiia thcri'of what
Oll KIt I FF H 8ALF..-BY VIKTUF. OF A
O writ of Levari l-'aclas. to »no dlrooteti.
will bo exposed to public .sale at t he Court
House «m Market street between 10th and
lilt» streets, in tho city Of Wilmington,
Now Castle county, Del.
THE80TU DAY OF JANUARY, 189A
At.2o'clock. p. m.,
The following dceorlbed Real Estate,
All that certain tract or pnroel of land
with u two-sltiry brloU dwelling thereon
erected, Hiluutcd In ice City of VVIImiug
, tieaTuning at. a point on the notherb
side of ltocd st root at tho
feet 5 Inches, westerly li
ct Ik tau eo of fli
Adam« st root, t hence northerly
pnrult-t with Adams street ID feet
Euuthcrly side of u )
<1 nmhcH wide nl
lli'iiice by «aid alley bid«» westerly 1 i
fort 2 Indies to a stake, thenw uout lu-rly
parallel with Adam« street,
through the centre of the party
wall dividing this fr«»m tho h
fy sldn of
by easterly 18 loot 3 Indies
boglnnlug.be the «ante What It may.
noiaetl and taken lia execution
property of Edwin
nah K. Jack
AV feet tot bo said noetb
B« e«l st t eet and thence the
the place of
. .Jackson and Han
an«t t. t. s. aud to bo sold
WM. SIMMONS. Sheriff.
Bherlff'K office, Wtlmlngtou, Jun. 11 '
S HERIFF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Ija arl Fauhis to in«» «Hrci-ted,
sod 10 public sale.
t#l ol Alex. Maxwell, In Middletown, In
St. Ueoruea hundred, Now Castle county,
THE 28th DAY OF JANU ARY, 189^
at 10 o'clock, a. m..
■ real «I.U.. vl,.;
plantation or .
I leading I
Bohemia Mül« in
Th# following d«Mc
tract ol limd lying
untie county, D<T., und bounded
• heirs ol Geo. Der
rickrton und the Uhoptank road,
■«outil by land« of W. R. 0o«:liran
west liy lands of Jam#s R. Hotfcckcr. aud
•ortli by lauue ot Munlove Wilson,
«•ontainmg 160 ucrcs of lund more or less,
tuiion In • xocuiion
ThoniHH 0. Murphy and l.y
urphv h i id t. t'B, and t«i be sold by
WILLIAM SIMMOMff, Sheriff.
Sheritf's Office, Wilmington, 1>#1. Juu
uury 11th, ifcttU. jnn-12
-\T 0TICE -- T - HARRY K 1 E X 1. II
IN thfti nant of the within mentioned
propmt-y do hereby give not let», that I
Shull apply in writing to tho Court of
General iScutdons of the Peaoo and Jail <ie
Uveryof th«- 8 tat« or Dclawurc, In and fur
Newcastle County, on Monday, if
d«y of February, 1892. being tho
term of Raid court, fora license for said
hoiiHO us an Inn or tavern, at lt*«î K. Third
: 2nd WHrdof the city ot Wtltnlng
. Delaware, to soil Intoxu-at ing liq
in lossuuuutltiud than 1 «it.,to bodi link
the preininert, and the following respecta
ble citizens ot said wind, at least twt-Iv.
of wlioin are substantial freeholder«
Hrtid ward, recommend the euid applica
tion, vis :
F. G. Jlii-r.ol.
Henry r ieldnieior,
Andrew Grot a.
John 11. Hubert,
John B. Klliott,
Min-Mu il. I-:
Cha: Io« I". Sparks,
.lotir» J. O'lfnra,
jy, JrJacob SeheUer,
John B. Duntinr,
A. W . Rudolph.
John G. Garwood.
W. II. Hmtlove,
Dennis i onner.
Kn war l Melchior.
NiohohiH J «• » ; :: *
» icoigo B.
Security Trust and
Safe Deposit Go.,
No. 519 Market Street
— Deposit« * fflouey
fleinand 1 per <-cnt.
"* «lays' notice.
Depoalta payable «ftur 3 days notice, I per
Active bustuesA «ccoiuiCi arc not taken.
Tiie company acts a Kxeoutoh, admim»«
, 'j BUsi'tu, uc.vitniAN, itauKivKa
i ah h.NT, ana rents small sales ln Ur«i and
?HLN !ï[ °NI fcLDd, Très blent,
H. C. RotllNSON, Viee-i resident,
»At:. B. CLAUKboN. Treasurer.
R. R. ROBINSON & COMPANY,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
l-ouiiii uu>l Market
Stock® bo ii gilt und soli in the Now York,
Philadelphia aud Boston markets on com*
Letters of credit given, available
r ai ls of i ho world, und «irai ts on Lnglanth
relund. Franco, Germany and b wiuorlaud
Equitable Guarantee aud Trust Com
10 PER CENT.
We have reduced our stock of
very rapidly since the first of the year
but still have a very nice stock to se
lect from, which we are offering at a dis
count of 10 per cent, to close them out
to make room for
now being manufactured. Call and secure
one of the greatest bargains of your life.
BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
NO. 213 MARKET STREET,
JUstis & Dauidson, Prop s.
Telephone No. 608.
RQL.N. B.—Store open every Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
-iA BIB CUT i*
WAT.L PAPERS this month at HARRY HOLT'S, 213 W.
8- lncli border 20c non i«a.
ff-incli border 40c now 8dc.
9- Inch border 80c now 40c.
18-inch border fl now 75c.
ff-incli Gilt, border «5o now ftOo.
9-inch flllt border 91 now 70c.
18-inch Gilt border $1.50 now $1.
'.»•inch Velvet border $1.50 now $1.
18-inch Volvut border *3 now 93.
8c pu [xtr now tie.
10o pniicr now 8c.
12, io paper
15c Gilt paper
20c (iilt paper
25o Emboscd Gilt
85c Embosod Gilt now 2.*»c.
50c Erubosed Gilt now 40o.
12 l <0.
I have «some very nice gilt embosed paper. I am closing out
at 15c a piece. I have also some very pretty paper I will sell >U
3c a piece. Be sure and get the right place. All work done at!
one-third less than the regular price. Estimates given with pka-^
sure. Put the name and number down so you will be sure to]
get the right place. j
HARRY D. HOLT,
213 West Second Street.
Depot and Saloon,
Kos. 223 and 225 King St
Absolute purity ffuaratitooi. Our Boor and i*o
Office and Brower.
N - w - Co1 '- SIliÄi'fSf" "**
. lelepllOltfl 183.
I Shipping uSpeoiality.
are especially recoiumen Jod for medicinal
30!i MARKET ST.
// Wilmington, Del
JOHN M. SOLOMON
Agent, for tlio Keyaloue iTcss Brick Company.
Buildiug and Pavin
Brick A Specialty
Coal, Wood, Lisnc, Sand,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Calcined Blaster, Blustering Hair,
Portland and llosendale Cements.
Ontco, S Wont Third St root.
Telephones UU and 2U-Î.
Yard Front and Church Strcot&
DR. G. F. THEEL,
North Fourth St
Special Distaas, Itiuod Foison
Mouth, Thront, Irilutl-uik. S- al lingi,
ÿialUy, rile«. Mrlanelmly,
•ollrltsJ. do m»H*r who foil«!
p**^n UospUsI ssirtTloses In (Jctmiinr. En*land, Franro
si 5,bbo SHri'
a lrrrti.lng doctor» with their Ik I it
day Hliiladtlpbla Tltnn.
Vadntiday and Saiur
MARKLEY'S CLOVE FITTING
SYSTEM TAUCHT BY
623 W. 4th St. J9*tx
. Simiit« Vegetable rarer Pill«,
wonderful Fills of the ag
I never alokenin
A «luick [«»lief al
nick boadnelie. Iu factj
•reel antidote for any kind of he:<
adic. A apl-.-udid i-cliof in all ti\>ublcsi
the kidney«, backache, 4e. A splund
remedy loi ladies suffering with ail
of the atomiK-h, llvor, kidneys,
These Fills ji move
Positively no griping i
in then upeiuiion. !>'
Fills ever made lor Liver
■ lies, sioeplne]
lieavluess. bad und tired feolb'g«, costlv
and livercomplainl. They
si popular Fills o
box worth a liait' dozen o
and fort a) n. Tho
more of any other kind. Ti.oy have beet
proving their superiority
tor tlio last 4) years,
hoalthy livers,elegant ligfolivcutomuo
nnd eorre«»t. at rung kidneys,
mod I fill «»lToct.
over all other
thoy uro tho truo and re
I 'vc-r Fills ol thotunee. Tlu genuine ii,
sold only in 25
ouc). Fold by regular druggists aud Mfi
by malt, I
Depot Fourth and Kin
Streets, Wilmington, Del. W
(smith, Kline ami French Co., PliH*.
$1 boxes (six
AI.ÏFORNIA, TEXAS. MKXIO#.
_ Special semt-monthly Tourist Far
des ovor tho Southern Pacific Company'!
Sun-sot and Ogden Routes. Cheap rawaj
Apply to E. HAWLEY. A. O. T. M.,
Broadwuy, N.Y. R. J. SMI TII. Agent,
South Third street, Philadelphia.
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