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»AILY REPUBLICAN. *Wb tary the tlon The will havo the most upon and vel the The system well known book DALLY CExcarr Bümdat) —AT— THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING, 6. E. COB. THIRD Ml) KiNtl STS., —*X— CHE REPUBLICAN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. Si Jbktama Er Del. . tli* postoffice «ecoud-clu»« - Wilmington, il matter. THl ItSUAV, FEBRUARY 11, 181*3. Shall Fraud Rule? The most momentous question that now confronts the people of Wilming ton at this time in a political souse is the assessments, which to be a padded bundle of fraud, espe cially In the two districts controlled K by the Democrats, and in this oonnoc fö tlon another question arises, shall fraud rule? Tho naturo of tho fraud Ë has often been pointed out in these columns, but they cannot be referred K, to too often until the peoplo get fully !- to understand them and 5 have thut be have that Mr. starts about Uio enor Baity of them. Bverybotly should be honestly •«seed according to law, ayd every body should be given every opportuni ty afforded by the law to qualify for the exercise of the elective franchise. To do this well woll dollned laws have been formulated and put upon the statuts books. Amongst these provis ions is tho division of tho city of Wil mington Into throe assessment dis tricts, crowded and ing upon dential have ing sound that assessors may not be hurried with their work, that the poop le may have easy And intelligent access to the Assessor. Such a thing as a voter In the First District getting assessed iu the Third District, ting assessed In tho First Districts Bee. tho Hill a voter lu the Third got Second contemplated, but the law does contemplate that when a voter remov neve As dency dldato Mr. from hare his name trans distrfil to another he ferred either by the assessor ut the proper tirno or by the Levy Court at its Match session. Common sense without any law aboutit to the conclusion that a voter should only be assessed in tho district iu which he lives. But that thoro should be no mistake in this mailer, and to gruard against assessors . asso »sing persons not residing In tholr districts the law Is very specific on this point, and provides a lino of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than live hundred dollars to be collected from the ussessor who wilfully knowingly assesses a voter In his dis trict, residing iu another district. Should this not bo conclusive thut a voter In one district, assessed lu an other is Illegally assessed? The cri m0 of violating this law is nota small The line is not ten, twenty lars, but Id lead for small have and Is for ular for or ton. that sam other fifty dol , two three aud as high live ha Hired dollars. Does anybody pretend to say that n voter assessed In this manner is legally assessed? Yes, thero some foolish g b to say that they sesesc . They Bay that the is to bear tho brunt and tho voter stands legally assessed, Then, h those voters are legally ns.-oased, why should tho assessor be punished? If the assessor has given tho voter o legal assessment, why should ho be Visited with a fine of from ÇKWto •500? But, says some clso Aorn best nail Ul who wants to de fraud ol the fsnd tho ou trägst« assessors, tho evidence that the voter Is properly ussessod is the fact thut he Is not punished for being assessed outside of his district. That will not work. The voter has no opt! case. He cannot help It ir assesses him wrong, and therefore could not bo made amenable lor lfis act. nual have ing. are in the Clearly the t dumped sesement dislricts legally. That placed there not residing in th tricts Is evidence of u clearly concoct ed, deeply planned e^hemo of fraud. Shall the fraud stand ? C thousand names the two Democratic us placed thei il should be many dis do aud honesty sj the po cency The Levy Court is giv strike off tho to h os illegally assessed s and honesty demands that it shoul« exercise that power. A great hi cry Is raised about the Republicans the Levy Court going to ba go byjtho Republican block books. They Intend to do no such tiling, portuulty will be given to verify the assessments. The Pi «ml Full op objected to can prove theli residence before the Lovy C* thoao two thousand t. If m claimed to bo forward Illegally assessed will co before the Levy Court and prove that they live in tho district In which they are assessed that will end tho mattor, but unless it Is proven beyond sonable doubt thut th* ■where they can perform a the public th; the lists. He tor reside assessed tho Levy Court liouest duty to from by striking th Assessment frauds law have rul*«l Deli Bayard assi-ssment i passed, und t ln« been swept from the statute books shall •unction of tho law. bo perm it tod to rule? Tlio voice of honest public opin ion will soy down with tho outrageous fraud, lui honesty utlonod by vs of lb?J iniquitous laws hav ssiuont frauds thut hav ow have a ch: Thf. Eighth ward Republican Club la a live organization of earnest working Bepu blicans. There should bo such a •lub in every Itepu bllcan Invincibles in tho Ton Ward : d in the city. The alsso organization. Wh solid, hard worl •gauized lilt*.' months ago, Democratio papers pre dicted that they would '•Äepublka 1 iuvi: c bies," but V. Is stronger to-day than ov Both these dubs will make themselves bo t fie Club felt during the com! Other wards should loose time In Organising such clubs. One gold fish and globe given away wltii 50c bottle Bishop's i ough by nip Taylor und Fullerton. 302 King «Ucel. — *Wb are under obligat* on* to Secre tary of State Marvel for a copy of the "Manual of KegletraUon and Elec tlon lavra out eide of Wilmington.'* The pamphlet oontalua one hundred pages,besides the index, of explicit ex plonatlons of the operations of the I registration and eloollon laws which will so Into effect the proeent year. Election oCQcors and politicians who havo beeu used to running elections in the old groovos, will flud this most indisponsiable in etartffig out upon the new system of registration and holding elections. Seoratary Mar vel has conferred a grout far the public by his timely publication. The peoplo need schooling In the system of vottng, aud Mr. Marvel's book Is just the schoolmaster needed. Thanks, Mr. Marvel. ok al is upon The Republicans in the Levy Court have exhibited such stalwart backbone, thut the aid of Mr. Bayard had to bo luvoked to blulf them, but they be blufiod. G have to trot olT to Dover that little threatened Injunction. Hope Mr. Bayard will let us know when ho starts down to about It. Tt Mr. Bayait! will «I tret out the Chancellor Whilk the Dei e flounder to stand 2 ruts ing around to got a platror upon during tho approaching Presi dential campaign, the Republicans have their principles made up, their platform formulated and they are go ing straight forward under the Hag of sound money and sound protection to Amorlcan Industries. Tue padded assessment lists under Dickey, In this city, Bee. Hill's i , par with elhods In New ïork, and tho rovolt against Dickey will bo overwhelming as the rovolt against Hill is in New York. a Tue music-loving public of Wil mington will be treated to a grand musical trout this evening by the Ford Fullmer male chorus. As the Domoerats cannot solo?t a candidate of their own for tho Presi dency they dldato for tho Republicans iu p!aco of Mr. liiaine. at iu to a trying to select ac D.wid Bennett Hill's little self-1 for the l'i small that have to be and tho boom for the Ohio Is growing larger. »luenny is becoming 1 magnifying glass will sed to keep in sight of it, i-Govon Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic Balsam stands tho beet and Is the boat of Throat and Lung medioino* inudo; lius loom inondations than any •111 positively cure. Elegant for the grip, qoughs, Ac. Solid by reg ular drug* lst6. Office, 4 i2 Market St. Go to Reed'd for cheap Fur nit Shiply street. N. For Buckwheat at 4 cents per pound, or 7 pounds for 25 cents, go to J. Jerome Bin Ith'8, Northeast corner, Fourth and Shipley streets, Wilming ton. Del. Write, what shall I write? Why that I>r. Simms' white pulmonic Bal sam Is tho greatest euro for throat, the grip, cramp therio and lung diseuse.«. Sold by druggists. Office, 422 Market street. Cotton seed meal $1 per in price of bran flour and unt a barrel of Tiit other and Instalment store aud Carpets. 5U5 U. Read, manager. b the tho h o be its coughs, ?, dlph lower. clso deoli Aorn food. If y best flour in market nail Bros. No. 101 Maty lund av William It. Long Ul duties improved in health. •dor fr de the not lfis •oportor •day. He is looking much Tin In the absence of a quorum, the nual mot ting and election of the «j mania Loan Associatif have taken place lust evening, postponed until next Wednesday ing. This association lias been prospero; substantial basis, receiving Oper cent, interest on all investments. Tho tvcolpts fr« amounted to *19,781 7«) during the amount paid out to withdrawals, 887.51. The sixth series of stock tured in July last. by which •8.700 ii loans was cancelled. At present ther are in existence 885 shares of stock, total value being 1118,989.91. the which w ti •y It Is conducted us interest.etc.. il be dis do It s Just Lo« to h lightful. b Irl Ii »ntly pure, c s >il silks, satins, gloves LK Oil. It. ugh dry exp t Oil B h tip« -kin at rub the If > •rish f v ■ appll hands Pi ■1 ivk .lonul I II K r «ml sn ban H d off in; nice after or Châle.*, Irritated ig, Sue. und $1.00. 1 op «I Expia Dion. Ernest Hen* lerer, in tlio State vs. W of t i.«e of . Tho Pson, reporters to-day tlmt he If bo made Thompson while pussing him street , nor to tho fad y that was him. She did not swear that Mr. Hen id anything to lier whatever. ter saw h'T except in court. Mr. Hoiuicrcr does not make a practice of pa-sing insinuating remarks to any body on tho streut. onvorsatlo ha lev to that 'ith He did not know her.uml tor to Piles Stmt ■Mob clfing und by *li fii books to opin by ti bleed and ul< ry fifing uud tops (in hav i.' Dr. Philidelphi llrevitl« Cupping uud leech Branliun Bahn mu Liu Fr ï - £*ffiKS ml >. B. Metz a Last Third til r la a YY« 1- P Tho os Is of tiie 'elebiatcd "U y Market and Fe : ;« lured by II. 1 Second streot. 5c. dry one. G.«*n cigars. . Boutdou A: Jiro., 4 L. The Gnl : Tl\"U eo , 71'J Market and lino of d bargn fÄ pre fihip ley. Tho best 5c. cigars Is "My Regards." Durstciu, manuiucturer, No. 5 É. 2d. t fie Club Durstein pays 50c a loo for Post Boy Tobacco tagd, at 5 E. 2d street. In rainful teething, colic, dlarrhœapre vented and cured bv Hooper's anodyne away nip «Ucel. M. F. Davis, jeweler. No. 9 E. 2d St _ Spare, thin, or undeveloped parta filled ""Vdïr loV'SÜÏÏ flï£ Prevent« tmdenoy to Wrinkles, Agein ~ püttn» fM" «V.a'' y^ü.Vr ui°Il into the complexion. BOo. and ti.fi} Ht I 0 V"*f J, 8i *° pr " pa d b * "P™** 1 k 8. Wei la. Jersey City, nouB „ on Too V hIchc . 01vc , Her. 15c. The Stinken Cheek, the ton ed the was tion ham of (lie und tee port in List of rublic Sales. 12, Sale or wall paper. 16, Estate Ruben Ball. Mil! Ck H'd. 10, D. W.Bboekloy New Castle H'd. 17, J. G. I'owoll, Mill Creok H'd. 18, Real «'state, Court House. , Joseph W. vandegrlft, Bpring Garden farm. N. H'd. 18. Joseph Quigley, BrandywineH'd. J.Frank Biggs. At'y,Court Ho l>. Richards, Mill Creek H'd, 18, Fit at o of G. Thompson, Mill Creek H'd. Feb. i i Hui tor. New Castle H'd. 23. Jester & McDaniel, sale of Hol stein cattle at their farm. N.C. H'd. 23, J. H. Etnorjr, New Castle H'd, 24. A. II. Tyson, horses, Chester. , 1000 VauRur n street. 26. E. L. fiee«on, Brandywine 11 26. Tybout A Slack, New Castle 2Ü. Peoples A Wilson. Christ's 29. McElweo Estate. Mill Creek 29, Geo. R.Mous!ey, Christiana äu d. ■i. d. Mar. " 1. Lobdell Car Wheel Co.. City. *' 1, John Moody. N«*w Castle H'd. " 2, C. Hdicveudoman. Newport. Del. *' 8. Mary A. Hill, St. OeorgCs H'd. - ife •• 8. Ex " 10. Thoi •* io. Ev " 10. Jus. Gould s rar nsoow. Doothwyn R. Jackson, N. C. Newport. H'd. as \. Beat tv. Brandy H'd. W. Lewis, Newark. _ nderson. Cnrlstlsn li d. " 14. Bhnu^on St Mous'ov, W. O. C " 15. M. j & G. L.Brown, N. Ç. H'd. of Ho ! He he Al of . II d. !" lid. ell, Rr lo H'd. WAN AM AK fell's). Philadelphia, Thursday. Feb. U, 1892, If there's any pride of an cestry in Seals there would ho shamefacedness among the aristocrats of the Pry bilov Islands were they to know what little prices we havo put on tha skins of their relations. Tho F Ul* mpii li;iYP lnmr Vincn in n men lltlNC long Deen in ft shiver because of it. Cant of i , .. , , lie!}) it; the laws OI trade are innvni-aliln 1ULA.UJ auic. a 8225 Alaska Seal Man - , „ . lottOS ai'C ft 1 < 5; same, W it i M ,,,_ , • RltCn trim Illings, are $'200 frnm j An * £ ■ , -, J Other J?ur nnces run like .1 • 1 0HI8Î - . lo-inch CapCS. bo •45 Beaver Capes at $ •4o Beaver Cui>cs •55 Marten Capes ut •IQ. •40 Murten Cup« • Ju Monkey Capes, Astrakhan col lar at •IS. •J i Wool Seal Combination Capes at $15. T .<). ~ .0. in Mantlettes. •35 Senletto Muntlottes at f25. •85 Wool Seul Mantlettes •50 Monkey Mantlettes at • 15. • 115 Fersiau Mantlettes at $100, •i '.'5. •85 Murten Mautleitesat Î75. Second floor, Chestnut street. Little folks' day in tho Shoe stoic. Of course there's always plenty for them there but just now we can make it unusually interesting for tho bill-payers as well (13 for the youthful Shoo wear At $2, Misses' Shoes, sizes 11 to 2, width A to E, regu larly worth 82.50, $8 and 83.50. Another line, same sizes, nt $1.50, regularly worth $2 and (2.00. Infants' and Children's Shoes, sizes 1 to 1(H, width A to E, at ijil.25; regularly worth ÿl.75 and (2. About 2000 j iairs iu the lot. Styles various—tipped and plain, colored and black. Our soiling prices average considerably below the cost of production. All sizes still in tho Wo men's Shoes at from (5, §0 and $7, and at (2 from / ii CIS. •y d of he I h'T of to 'ith Many medium sizes yet in the Boudoir Shoes and Slippers for Women—prices lopped third and better. id Market s More space for Valentines to day Will you pick now, while the stock is at its best, or will you wait for the crowd of last minute people? Resides all the staple styles' there's a jiggle of indescrib ably pretty and dainty things •—Europe and America's best- son,, with bits of dom, some with touches of innocent foolery, all in tune with tho time-honored day. Plat Cards, linest speci mens ot tho lithographer's skill, 2e to 20c. Laee Valentines with the orthodox Cupidy rhymes, hut with modern art iu the mechanical parts, 2c to -10c. Booklets of various shapes and designs, tic to 75c. Tt.i by I Wifi y L. ! 1 Boy : e^utb t. «!t*t bide. John Wanamaker. St ~ - —M|int Revisions. At the afternoon gestion of the Levy Court yesterday, the revision or the property assessments of Wlltàlng ton occupied the principal part of the attention of the court. It was export ed this part of the assessments would occupy the attention of the court the balance of the present week. The dred assessment huvlng been com pleted the committee, consisting Messrs. Buckingham unci KiUgoro, re entries of 256 nnmfis, 448 rlslon of the Mill Crook hun of ported the male and 20 female dogs. The report was accepted and the committee discharged. Iu putting the motion for the adop tion of tho report, ( hall ham said Lemuel (Haves, the of Mill Creek hundiod assessor who had fully complied (lie Iu three letters of mîmes to bo arranged alnhubetically. Messrs. Jolis and Ellason were om ployed yesterday in going over the Ht. Georges Iinvo corao across names of persons known not to reside In tho Hundred, und that both members of the com hi it tee affined that the names should lie strucg ofT and so far there has been objection to it. If this Is a correct port It Is the sensible in Wilmington Georges. Bucking ssor au tho only with of 1881), requiring the first sementaud it Is said they plan to pursue well as in St. Buperinteu of the Pojr. ICoiumuniuated.] I am Informed that Captain A. J. Williams, of Greenbank, Is an appli cant for Superintendent of the Poor of New Costio County. Mr. Williams would make a capital sunerinteudout. Ho is not only well qualified morally and mentally for the duties of the of ! hoe but Is deserving of it. Ho was a brave soldier during tho war and Is suffering from tho effects of It. He has boon an unll Inch lug old lino Whig, ami when that, party disbanded he jumped into the Republican party • 1 hue fought with It through all its battles without flinching. ardlng faithful followers , n llirirnml m<<) An informal meeting of tho stock holders or the City Loan Association was held last evening, for the purpoe> of hearing a statemeiit from their attorney, Fruucis It. HotTeckor, in reference to the condition of (ho ac:;:; ciatlou's funds. Mr. Hoffecker made a verbal report In which lie stated that the« n«r «m. pmi..i9».i the holdors at tho last meeting, on their Inventmeuts. would be paid at tho next annual meeting. The association wi.„ placed in Its present financial condl j tlon by tint peculations of its treasurer, J - Kl.lrlcIiro Pierce, who is now a fugl tlve from jueiico. Tho btocuhoiuors seemeil sut isllod with the reportas pre sauted by Mr. Hoffecker, ns it is u doubtly the best arrangement that et bo mado uudor tho olroumstancoa. of tho party ard has cornu to hi s the sumo unflliich Such yet, but still lie i ing Republican, reward, and (he many friends of Cap tain W'illiaiUH will be very fi«!«l to see the little boon or tendent of tho almshouso con upon him. oh grail •rod Chiustiana Hun oued. A Surprise Turly Miss Maud Darlingt was given a birthday surprise party last evening at tho residence of George S. McKee, No. 1 King street. The evening spent in a pleasant, manner, and an ubuud ed. Among of refreshments those present were: Miss Edna Gould, Miss Lily Taylor, 1 Mrs. G. W. Dorsey, Jr., Albs Dora McKee, Misses Robinson, Carrie Vincent, Maine Chamberlain, Clara Carey and Miss Messiraerol' 1-klgem Messrs. Anderson, Wilson. Harry K nions, John Titus, Hurry Betelle oud Oscar Perkeustock. rS-w It's ineffective, except for / y\ tha moment — th* ordinary J l\ Pÿ- , "* cau " upsets your A KjAfi whole internal economy, you needn't tbink it's doing you \ï~ good. It only shocks and weaken« your system. Take something tuât s better. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant good that lasts. They rég ulât* tho »Vätern, aa well cleans# aad renovate it ; mild K ly and gently, but thoroughly J und effectively — uo griping, } violence. They're the •A smallest and tL* easieut to A take, purely vegetable, per ^ I recti y barniler*. and the rest ^ ,1 liver pill ever known. Only fm lop o httl# Pellet for a laxa n ftivo — three for a cathartic. Bilious Headache, ij Coustipatiou, indigestion, J* Bilious Attacks, and all de Jit. rangements of t h e liver, (Kk fctoifiach and bowel» are pro llfl vented, relieved and cured. They' Polie is do il 1 Bick th® cheafieat pills cap buv, for they're au a ranked to give satis lactiou. you PAINLESS By the of Nit Oxldo Gas and Coealn DR. HONEYWELL 15' Hi H I No. I 703 Ï of P"' 00 "'T" 1 F ' M ' STREET W liming Del ware. T «*e r.xn Wi '«c Teeth Filled w hi lv« Bth I With Gold., f Teeth «1 npwni . ■j. : ...700 All work •d ited. ï * ï Teeth extracted evenings. DR. E. C. HONEYWELL. 703 MARKET STREET. fet.T MISS BIGGER'S SCHOOL, 9th and King streets. Pupils will, f tbr< only five dollars lor \ ! U n 1 let. mud CaB at ir sell« RACHEL S BIGGER, Prlnoloal. J. B. M AKT UN, Furnishing Undertaker and Em balmer, NO. 607 SHIPLEY STREET. ••'Night culls attended to promptly _ tfiààâi u sur HELPLESS. • _ _ Chicago, tit 1 I was confined to bed ; could not ib walk from lame back; suffered 3 r months; doctors did not help; a bottlea of ye ST. JACOBS Oil. cured me. No return in 5 years. FRANCIS MAURER. ALL RIGHT ! ST. JACOBS OIL DID IT." • ed wn »f VTfrmVTTTf VTTtTWWt ▼▼▼▼▼ FIRE! FIRE!! I My loss is your gain, for you to procure Now is the time i 350 Bargains in Clothing a damaged by FIRE and SMOKE on JaD. Gth, and must be sold at once. In or der to show you that wo mean to give you wonderful bargains, I will name a few articles. 2,500 pairs of Knee Pants, worth from 40c to $1.50, will now sell at 15c to G5c. Children's suits worth $3.50 to $6, must go for $1.75 to $3.75. Overcoats at half-price. Our n L. FURNISHING GOODS. were damaged more than anything else. Will sell the UNDERWEAR at a half and 1-3 its usual price. One lot of Camel Hair Goods, we are selling at 50e, was sold at $1. This is no sham sale as tho proofs are here. 30 OPEN EVERY EVENING T. H. PENNOCK. fWILMINGTON, DELAWARE. f4-tf JOSEPH STOEGKLE'S DIAMOND STATE LASER BEER - -AND— PORTER BREWERY WILMINGTON, DEL. Offlcc and Brewer, Depot and Saloon. N. W. Cor. Fifth and Adamast*., Nos. 223 and 235 King St Telephone 183. Telephone 28A Shipping a Speciality. A»molute purity guaranteed. Our Door and Portât are especially recoin mended for medicinal use. ■ap MA BIG EUT H -IN— WALL PAPERS this month at HARRY HOLT'S, 213 W. 2nd Street. «c paper now 5c. S-lncli border 90c now 10a. 8c paper how 0c. 6-lueh border 40c 10c paper uow 8c. 9-inch bor 12Kc paper now 100. 18-iuch border §1 npw 75c. 15c OUt paper uow 12%o. 6-iuch Gilt border 75c now 20c Gilt paper now 15c. 9-lnch (illt border ffi now 75c. 25c Lmbosecl Gilt novfr 20c. 18-lnch Gilt border $1.50 85c Emboaod Gilt now 25o. 9-inch Velvet border ffl.50 50c Lmiiosed Gilt now 40c. 18-inch Velvet border $3 uow I have Jsonie very nice gilt embosed paper. I am closing out at 15c a piece. I have also some very pretty paper I will sell at 3c a piece. Be sure and get the right place. All work done at one-third less than the regular price. Estimates given with plea sure. But the name and number down so you will be sure to get the right place. 40c. •l. •1. HARRY D. HOLT, 213 West Second Street. j9-eod THE »I 302 MARKET 8T., )26-eod-iy \ JOHN M. SOLOMON, Agent lor the Keystone Dress Brick Compauy. Building and Paving Brick A Specialty Coal, Wood, Lime, Sand, Fire Brick, Firo Clay, Calcined Plaster, Plastering Hair, Portland and Rosendalo Ccmeuts. Office, .'»W«»at Third Struck Ttdephcuu* Yard Front and Church Street* <1 work or driving horses 4 good U. eolt& one coming 3 yearn old. 2 two «old. i yearling; 5 head or goodJkjQ **• htdrers. soino Hnrlnglng;2 KOod>/£2n mg buIlH, Holstein and Ayrshire stock; 4 good shouts, about 3*t-patr of chickens, 1 pair of 1 ducks. Hu moss—Two sols of stage har- »J"' I'tslof loud harness, 1 bridle, 3 col harness, kicking strap, 2 rifling ! id saddles. FARMING IMF MS- ; , farm wagon, vgy, ol by ing ADMINISTRATORS' SALE. Will be rold public sale, on the prem Mllltown, Mill Creok Hundred, On Monday, February 16th, 1892, 10 o'clock, a. The following property of Reuben Bull, deceased, to — '* • ye bridles MENTB—Market dearl buy rigging, horse wheel liai pion mower. 8 pl< rows 1 Hunch cultivator, scythes, 1 1»; Shovel, 1 hay knife, 1 hay tedder, ho rako, hay fork, rope and blocks, 1 B-horso .11X1, feed mill, gruin fan, e< sbellor, Silver St Demralng^hay cutter, 2 grindstones, hoisting jack, log chain.fork ed ('bains, lot of pig boxes, ice hooks, half btiBhcland half pock measure. 1 corn buslt , a lot of forks. lioeK pick aud poet spade, singletrees, doubletrees, trippio land roller. 2 drags. l hedge knlto. dlo post machine and auger, 1 -top bt , 1 Champion binder, 1 C l sulky plow, iiur , 1 nie I ! i n rain gong, 1 large Btufl'er, 1 shoemaker's bench. |2 ox yokes, brod axe, 1 pitching a; pout dog. 2 «eis or tree-trimmera 8 fsedeiieste, 1 watering trough.pig trough. chaîna 1 11th chuiu, about 350 busliela corn, lot of potatoes. II hold aud kitchen furnituro, consisting of bedstead, bod and b«*ldlng, 3 bureaus, 2 looking glasses, a lot of Wludsor chairs, H doz. e yds. rag carpet, stuir earpot, 1 walnut extension nearly new,'13 feet ; 2 cherry tables, 1 bench table, doughtray, corner uupboard, walnut desk, sewing machine, 3 clocks, one 8-dny clock, sofa, lounge, settee. 2 lamps, oil oloth, parlor Niagara No. 10; I« and crockery.smoothing Irons, wash tubs, double barrel shot gun. butlulo robe. Dairy Fixtures—Large borsc-powcr churn, 1 small churn. Cooley creamery, butter worker. 2 butter tubs, butter seules, milk buckets and pana '- ereuru kettles. <1 ble a lot of chairs, 1 rocking chair, yds. Ingrain Lie! I of I lit Ions—All •r that amount, u of (20 and under •dit of 4 by purchaser giving rod undor oredit sb; mont lis will be giv n bfinkablt with an upui . oil for cabii JOHN M. BALL. 8ARAI1 E. nALL, Reuben Dali, oco'd, Attorney, Administrât ol L. W. Stidham St Son. Auctioneers. P UBLIC SALE op STOCK— 1 will sell at public sale at Booth's Corner, Delaware County Fa., ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1892, 1.30 o'clock, p. m., One I of cnrofully »elected dairy d forward Bprlngeiti 2stock bulls and a lot of nice thrifty sh This stock is direct land County, l'a,. and wifi and butter duirvmun. . Two credit on suma of (80 andmnward. C. W. BALDWIN. rn Cumber both milk Sr tbs J. H. Slangld ^ pUULlC SALE— The subscriber will soil public soie, «ville, New Castle County, Deta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1892, At 1 o'clock, p. m., 30 head of Lancaster County cows, frosh and springers. Terms GO days.-M-33 ROBERT MERRICK, n. Auctioneer. J. G. H< r FOR SHERIFF WILLIAM J. LANK CHIUSTIANA Subject tho Dlo 11 of tlio ltepubli r«rty. pOR SHERIFF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, PEIRCE GOULD, .MINGTON IinNUUBI). Subject the Decision of the ltcpubU Party. Jl-l! FOR SHERIFF PAUL GILLIS, Of Whit«« Caly Creek Hunilrcd. Sulqoct to Nomination of the nan Party. |It«*pnt»li KKliV OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, pouf HORACE G. RETTEW. I «eut fully soliott tho support ' th«« Republican party. i in' of J88-tf* pOR SHERIFF, ALEX. BEGGS Wiijiinoton, Dee. 8nh)eet to i<«-nui>iict J38-tf I pOIt HOAD COMMISSION ER of CIIRI8 1 TIANA HUNDRED. ELLIS HICKS. Ruble ntnatiou of th«> He ublic.m party. XjlOR CORONER J. THOS. WRIGHT, Fcncader Huudrod. Subject cision ol the Republican Party. tl>c do (8-1 ui* F OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER IN SECOND DISTRICT, at at to JOS E. MARTIN, tlio filiation of tbc ltepubli ra-tf IL you want to buy, sell or exchange Real Estato. you havo Real Estato tb rent, or want your Ren or Iucomo collected, you have money you wish to havo safely In vested or wish to borrow on pood security, APPLY TO IF IF E. D. R. SUTTON, 838 MARKET STREET. Jcl CHAS. T. GEBLER, SIGN PAINTER, 508 SHIPLEY ST. »I Neat Work \ Low Prices. ftXfin Drunkenness LIQU In all the world DR. HAINES GOLDEN SPECIFIC. owledge r; it is absolutely a pet attenl BOgnledy cortMnty thattba patient uiidarjtoea conveulence, au*i er« be la aware,, his cam ie refortnatjon^ ta eHected. 4ö-paxe book " P Z. rl jAsV*RKLT, DruxcUt, Hlath and Marketst.. Wfimlaxton. Def 6-8-tu-tU-*-!» If AÜIT. the patient, tt nedessa hariulesB aud wfii eflec .*IT NEVER ,n«l with such Y II. 8. pw P'ÄÄ 0 / REAL AND PER- • Will tiesQid at public sale on fifth day "*■ thel8t)ioffird month February, MM. I The farm lato the residence of Qocrge Thompson (decease^ known as Edondaio, " etl situated near Mill Crook Friend's Meeting th © houa > in Mill Crook Hundred, Doluwiro, within 3-4 miles or Ilroad Hun and M ien station, on tUo l.andenborg branch < t the U. & O.H. H., and within «miles of Ban donberg , on the Newark and l'omeroy, R. **• a "l n miles from Wilmington,contain mg Us acres more or loss. bands There is on this property a largo stone ness, 1 mnnalon bouse, eontaiulng 5 rooms and a singlu. »J"' 1 m , flr rt floor and 6 rooms on spoond Blrod poor, kit ch en ut latched and pumps there ! A *« y*ro fltono barn with overshoot ; »»«l carriage bous« attached und all uo vossary «nit bindings, 1 hure are about 10 tu-res of timber. The property is divided 10 UiU)8 iiielosiucH with water In nearly uli can ol tlioni. The land is of good material is quality and easily worked. It Is eouvo schools, mills und churches of durèrent denominations and in onooftho good best neighborhoods on the borders of Chester County. Aliy person dt siring to vlow the property will bo shown the shiho by calling on Suiuh M. Thompson, ing thereon or Abner Mitchell living nie old. by by. time and place the foi Çropertjf belonging ! I ernonul deceased. old, he .'H, 6 shout îlîff yent yard cribs, cow cli farm wagon with hay bed, 1 Rocka vvay earring«*, ltwo seated carriage, 1 milk wugon, 1 horse cart and harness plows, harrows, cultlvut« ble and single trim's, fork dial ns, l Cham pion reaper and mower. 1 horeo rake, one hay tedder, forks, shovels, luatlouks end ho«'B, planes, hhwb, augers, draw-knife, axes, 1 grindstone, 1 farm heil, liurncas of kinds, corn shelter, grain Ians, ting box, 1 1 horse power and thresher with belt, grain bugs, hay and straw by fodtlor by the bun lie, wheat, tpples by the bushel. «1, meat by (he pound. buckets Börse old. 16 id 2 3 diffère I I u Wheat in tho grout Dairy fixtures—Three milk e and pana ch rlcty of household goods, tables, chut ri*, looking glasses, bed, ho<Intend, lug tho yard, BulTal «I, cook 2 of drill. d bi irtub.u a > a rotisi sling rain id rug curpet by I borne blankets, re. coal stoves, 1 r' ■' milk parlor wood stove and many other things tedious to montiou. pb 12 o'clock sharp. A credit of 0 nioutha will begiv HON Halo to pio o. key sums of (25 and up« 8 A UAH M. THOM I ABNER MITCHELL. J as. G. Rob Executors. , Auctioneer. f3 r3d 1 H pUHLIU SALE— The David W. Shockloy, doe «loin. liny will 1 tlorslgned, administrator of «1, will sell at the nmd sot brill 6; the I'ctiii Coiun Fur m liare'B Corner to New C loading fr« le. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1892. At 11 o'clock, a. m„ The following described personal prop and colts. . o. 7 yeara >| J? «! driver, quiet und Twelvo head or Iu No. 1. Mollie, sorrol ir old. good worker 1/1 tub» Sr No!\ linriie •e. black horse. 0 years old, quiet, good driver and »addle No. 8, Jim, bay horse, 13 yours old, good l quiet, iidie, ck, a good brood 2, F ek. •ke of No. ck mare, 11 y old, lent worker. ^ No. 5, Helle, bay marc, 11 years old, good No. 0. Doily, ladica' driver and good worker. No. 7, Julia, black mare, 15 good brood No. R, F broken, Morgan stock. No. 9, Clydesdale, black colt, 2 ye Clvdusdalc slock. No. 10, Nettle, b ; and worker, «piict in uli kinds In lars Old, 3 «h, bay colt, 3 years old. old. old, colt 3 y Clydcsdttlo stock. No. 11. Frolic, dark bay, yearling colt, Morgan Morgan fltoi« P New ek. , light bay, yearling colt, od milkers, will 1 Bull, Dev Ml 12 cow old. FA H M ING IM PLEM ENTS Pennsylvania drill in good order, 2 farm , mower, rollor, 1er. poach bed,hay rak«', ureauiery, bay rack, mill, plows, cultivator«. harrows.harneiH, houtichold furnituro. 800 biitiliel» of corn tho cob, 58 nciesof growing wlioat und other articles. Conditions-All cash, and all sums over thut credit of 7 mouth» by tho purcha^cr giv ing a bankable note with dorscr. No goods to bo removed until ditlonR «»r sal«« are complied with.Any purchaser falling to comply with t above condition» will ho held responsible for any loa.« occurring from a«*contl «do. .1. FRANK BIGGS, Administrator, illmm A Son. auctioneer», w II. II. McMullin, clerk* tlio ty, mi « 1 1 •nbntor, Rci'd'a 11 ing lui >r. of of |B9 <■'1 20 Ii. W. -Btd-eod Syi pUBLIC SALE— sold at public salo •rllicr in Mill Creok I th«« road leading from Flko uund's hill, ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18.1892, 1 o'olook p. m., (Sharp), 1 colts. ill the 5 the done«« of the hundml, Dr Six head No. 1. L Clydsdule hurst*. No. 2. Bob, 7 y d do ii L. nil v »old, sound and kind tiiiigl«« 'ii »a good ho No. 1 »oily. .'I years old, sound Nos. 4 and 5, colts coming 2 year» old, good stock. No. «, colt coming 1 year old. if cattle, 0 cows. 3 fresh and 3clo«o springers; 1 stock bull, 2 old; 5 yearling». Three heifers and 2 bulla. Hogs. 1 and pigs five weeks old. 8 Jut liogd, 1 ket wagon with poie und shaf t», goo 1 d kind I new and other Terms, all suiiib of montiis, without due. l»y p • with a dollar« d under u credit of 10 orest if paid chaser giving a I approved endorser. bankable Am I have for this stock, if DU TON RICHARDS. ill bo sold without r«* H.M. White pUBLIC SALE. The subscriber having will \ ^..lod bis farm, O...V, ..t hia roeldi'net) the Faust properly, pike, Mill Creek lluii m Wilmington, on SATURDAY, February 27th, 1892, o'clock, p. in., 9 yen pllllliC 11 b» r ol i dred, No. l. 'I lioi Old, good driv •ker. on.'hlu. lt. . . buy bulbe 10 years, No driv go R Two helfe at' wagon nearly ne ns. 1 Hlelgh and bells, one «louuie»« ;w; 1 set of singlu liar «low, 1 harrow, two cultiva id shovels, I cliur ldcrney Mock, -top vrug cl spado 1 po tor», fork«, boos mid ilk «-an. milk bushels nf eh it; kenn, 1 pair of w lient I vit I ol pot at lot i'll B it Ion. lorotitt to i (■■ to and under cuhIi, lit of 3 months with i - All « that purchiiHcr giving a liaukulile nc approved endorser. ALEXANDER BOYD. W. J. Lank & Son, A tic's. HARRISONS' PURE WHITE LEAD AND COLORS IN OIL. Ready-Mixed Paints. FRONT & MARKET STS., J. R. Hudson & GO. *pUBLIC "*■ The subscriber will sell at public sale hla residence on the road lending from " etl Lion to Hoar Station, farm known ks th © Turner farm, „ TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 38, 1893, at 10 o'olook, sharp. 11 head of horse« and oolta. ueau oi uoracs auU mlt * No. 1. Ruth, bay mare. G years old. 18 14 bands high, well broken in double har ness, and has been driven so verni times singlu. and shows signs of good speed, Blrod by Honest Frod. No. 2. Mund. gray mare, 7 years old,good worker or driver, with foal by Major Hussoll, son of Happy Russell. No. 8. Ho vo, dark bay horse, 11 years old. 10 bunds high, good worker or driver, can he driven by the most timid lady, ami is fearless of ste quttlllv, No. 4. good worker, No. r< BALE. , second in Boll, sorrel , 14 3*cai*8 old, . Lucky Boy, black colt, 4 old. 16 3-4 bunds high, broken in harness, dandy good worker. No. H, Bessie, iron-gray mare, fl years <1,15 hands high, good worker, in foal „ by Gold Bust. No. 7, Bennett H.. sorrol colt coming 8 old. sired by Abo Lincoln, a Moscow o of good spend. Tit 's Is a fine colt and rul to double pretty usa picture and quality. No. h, Blackmore, sorrel colt coming 3 yent s old. very fine In stock. No. 9, Fauiij', brown marc coming 3 aold, foal by Gilt Edge. No iusur lii No. io, 1 j' No. . hay , Middletown, bay horse, 12 yours old. good farm horse. 16 head o ith calves by side, moug then id Hurlmui. well selocled aud icm raised by myself. 2 Durham bulls 2 years old, 3 helfcra, 18 3 Poland China , good worker. milch cows, some «1 others springing, ■oino Jertoy. llnlgtcm of ,'o pigs, five old. 7 shouts, weighing to 100 pounds. Farming Implements —4 form wngons, 2 of them new, 1 Germantown eurriago. 1 family carriage, 1 tdcigh made to order by Robert Moody. 1 gruin und phosphate drill. 1 Champion binder,7 f« order; l steel tooth h« l teed mill. ws. all I In good rako, 1 Chain roller, 1 corn pio murker, 1 nulkcy plow, l Syracuse plow, o. 8; 1 Oliver Chilled plow. No, 120. i sul key cultivator with uli tho nttaohmonts. I •d sower good au new, « iron age culti vators. l oorn shelter, i Vun Winkle ran, 3 rinds to ue. 2 mowing 2 long la«l ar. 1 post spade, 2 double trees, l A binder trucks, 1 rope. 1 fe 1 H harrows, 1 -ythenforka.«hovels and ora. 2 fee books. 1 crowb 1 igle and urk 1 «loin. liny rigging harrow, 1 t knife, 1 haj ___ capacity or 18 bushels; 1 will draw 400 R>h.. 3 ox chain«. 1 fi 1 bicycle, I carriage pule, ago Imrn«'»«. I straw cheat, hcain and pea ball. sot of double or single harnofi * sot of wagon harness, lot ox coll bridles, 2 butlulo robes, 1 riding »addle and brill I«;. Dairy Fixture».—1 Reid - » creamery, No 6; 0 cans suitable for 1«! or 13(x>ws.l Re • d 1/1 l. nearly new, 8 but •o coolers, 2 churn«, butter ■han furniture—1 «U with antl-ciiuker gruto 1 saunage cutter and I d bedsteads. tub» willi ic scales, buckets, 1 Household uni •! stinfers. 1 leather bod chairs and tallies, carpet by the yard, lot of dishes, I parlor lamp. 2 lantern«. Potatoes by the bush liait int« el and hay by^ tho in In ,'ondition» of sale-All « of ol lars aud undercusli, credit of six months ■or that amount a ill be^lv by the Hs *r giving a l> approved indorser, interest, added from date. 6u perçu cash on crtdlft JOHN 11 EMORY. W. J. Lank, ffl-2 Lewis E. Elinson, clerk. P UBL10 SALE.—The Rtiliscrlliers will the Tybout «I, half way belweea u City, THURUDAY, FEBRUARY 25th, 189* At 10 o'clock, A. M„ public »ale the River New Castle and Duluv tlio following described personal prop«T> ty, via: 1 b d of horsQ», oolta nud TOl in old, extra 4 yo lui >r. fairdriv ay 11 gray horse, 4 years old, well broken ;one broken; of lorgH mules, u yc lbs.,sound and good n cattle, mostly tlioroughbrcii: 26 head of 0 first clasa dairy stecra and hellers rM old; t thorough old; 1 yoke of ited and broken: *a.ly for 1 old, partly pair good yearling colt; old, weight 2400 ; 741 the t ol II.IXT M cattl y; from 0 11*8 10 8 > bred bulla fron t o 4 ye , young, 20 head of iiuo about», I arming Imr.Ioine -le lo order by Uutlook, 1 y. l Biilkey cultivaUif, a plows, liny rope with bloeke.und - Syi !g.« Duiry Fix w crcuinor. 5 40 quart milk On«« naif interest in 73 acres of wheat In the ground. Terms of Salo—A credit of « months will be give <'6 with 1er $» «'. No postponement » ! pos weather. TYBOUT St PLACK. . Burris. Clerk. f3-3tw2td L. w. st I «tu s i il Pino Jewelry mnde to order. All repairing in our line done in the best man ner and warranted. 15 E. FOURTH STREET. We Are Agents for the Best Bicycles; QUADRANT, PHŒNIX AND MOFFAT. Pneumatic or Cushion Tire, Repairs of all kinds. PYLE CYCLE CO., 807 Market St. d*l EDWIN G. SUTTON 1'KACTICAL liLECTltlOIAN. Contractor for Electric Light Wii> ing, Electric Gas-1 fighting, Bur glar Alarms, Door Bells, An nunciators, etc. Testing and splicing of Submarina Cables. Orders from a distance atten« Uod to promptly. «•*. 710 Shipley Street, Wilmington nli-3iod-codw FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING —AND— MARKLEY'S CLOVE FITTING SYSTEM TAUQHT BY MRS. M.M.DEVOU, ttitt 023 W. 4th St.