oflmltoU... »-» -
W ANTFD-ALL the ladies of
their sowing machines put In first class
running order, from 26 cents upward. As
] have thp only sewing m* chine repair
shop In Wilmington, you will save money
by leaving your order, or send postal. All
makes or machines torrent by week
nth. All makes of machines,
old. sold on weekly or monthly pavm
cheap lor cash. The White and ( h
ineatio machin* a r speciality. W. T. FOR
WOOD, No. 100 West Seventh street, hack
of Gardiner's. oe'J0
W ANTS AND W ANTED—If you want
good male Rnd female holp call.
situations, call. If
d boys wanting
nt what, call. It you
icle. call. All businesscon
* Wilmington Central Em
ployment and Exchange Office. No. 408
French stroct. C. G. Mlunlck. .manager,
llooins to let.
ANTIÎD-HELF FDENISIIIÎI> FOH
hotels, restaurants and private
families nt short notice. Apply
, a place for a pro
King street. hot ween
'st side. State
, this office.
Third and Sixth street a
. Address Prod
ANTED—A good girl, reference
*iulred. Apply 508 King
ANTED—2 unfurnished rooms, suit
for light housekeeping;
Address U. F„ this otllou.
W ANTED—Help furnished for hotels,
restaurant8 ana private families at
f hart notice. Apply at the Wilmington
ntolllgence office, No.
L OST. - Will party who
brella from the vestibule
church, by mistake on Hum
p| eu 88 return ittoU. R. Lu
•oil, 222 Jo
H T '
OST OR MISLAID-having
islnid my deposit Iwiok 10887, ol
' n Havings Fund Society,
been stopped aud applicH
h new bouk. Sarah h.
* pay envelope of tho Wilinlng
noigurthern Railroad Company,
ndrow Flllmnn. c* '
whs lost on Wednesday art
est Third street. Thu fin*
payment has l
lion made fur
tabling f 1''.
will he nult;
At this office.
OST -On Wednesday after
h, in going from lhlrd and
•Into Front and Market and
and Tut null.
A buI table
return to N.
(1 will bo paid for it h
F ront and Tatnall
W. II. Colo.
J OST OR MISLAID THE DEPOSIT
book No. 28083 In the Wlhr
Baving« Fund Sortoty, Ninth and
sireutH. and potlco is hereby given tl
application has been in.ule for a n
book. DAVID K. JACKSON.
Bull dog rovolvere, $1.76for 10daynonly.
Winchester. Marlin rifies. »19; Shot Gun**,
chels. umbrellas at half
price. K. B. White, 1009 Market streot.
CARD—Edward Woodward Bollolts
tbe support of the Republican vo
the coming nominal ion for Counij
mblunor for the First District, of
Castle County, comprising tho hua
9 of Brandywine, CbrlHliana and
TICE — J. A. C.. NO 4 EAST
Fourth at root huBj uat had made to
Ing.And the strongest made
for tho price, aleo the largest aud finest
Stock of traveling bags. nil
ika the bost look
Tl. C. Gorrell has
from 81 Oh Market Htreoi
W. corner of 7th and Shipley ft re
where he will be found by all who
o. He attends
und renting real estate. Money
fair rate*._ diu-tf
"VT OTI OK. REMOVAL—Dr.
JLx hns removed hig offiue
I F you want your housca rented und
routs eoltouted or your houses s**ld
give them to M. T. l'uole 6i Son. No. 8iO.Ki
Mai Lot streel.
YOU CAN HAVE
YOUR TEETH EXTRACTEO
1811 Market Sf.
Bist Tooth lido
$ 8 , $ 8 .
TEETH EXTRACTED 25C.
WITH VITALIZED AIR 50C
Teeth filled with gold
Teeth " with silver
DR. F. E. SMITH,
Office aud residence.
811 MARKET STREET.
Graduate Baltimore Collepreof Dontal
KING STREET—WE ARE
There aru lots
ridslns and curra
d punches, pi
. peaches, tom
, worth 10.
oner you and look
Wo sell y
1. a bottle.
Oa lined good-*,
soused mackerel, raucarou ,
glaus, very cheap, liruoms.
1 wash 1 ourils for 25cts; shoo
-ts, duetor lßcts. Look at
ts.duck sonpv harsfor a
1 r Tulip's
Naptha soup are thu be
NHpthn soup saves w
? lothoa while,
rosh eggs always
dim® soup k
baud, ut 309 King
T. M. W1LU.
FARMS! FARMS!! FARMS!!!
Par in* of all
j partsrfd thee
ty ami Statu,
good Ur6t mortgugua.
Philip R. Clark & Go.,
824 MARKET STREET
MARKLEY'S CLOVE FITTING
SYSTEM TAUCHT BY
623 W. 4th St.
dwelling of No. 718
suitable for dwelling
Seventh atroet; has l>een oo
a physician for a number of
Np. 402 Fast Seventh street; dwelling
OUBïts ÎicOAULlÊy, IfoW ifaiW
I riOtt RENT—2 large well lighted rooms
In corner bulldTng;suitaDle for oflfle
dross. Frank B. Dure,
No. 407 bhlpley
TTtOR RENT—A SMALL FARM OF
X 1 acres on New Castle road, 9 miles
from Murket street bridge. Apply to L.
J. FO U LK A CO., 895 Market street. J9 8
F OR RENT—The store and dwelling
N. W. oorner 4th and Poplar «tree
large store with U rooms for dwolling.
Now occupied as ciuar a ore and
taud. doiug a good business.
J, F. Casperson, 4tb aud Plue c
RENT-A good six
Mill Creek hundred. A good nclg
hood for a laborer. Apply to K. Woil
OK RENT —8 STAHLES. 1 ROOM
itubto for a carpenter shop, basc
it sriltuble for a paint shop on Mor
row between 8th aud 9th streets, and
Madison and Monroe. J. F. Sutton, 1009
W. St h street. d'28tf
OR RENT-THREE STORY HOUSE
No. 846 Madison struct, containing 6
. Apply to W. Ö. A II.
Vernon, this oRUnî.
R RENT-THE STABLE ON MAY
:et; will accommodate three lin
d four wagons Apply W. b. VERNON
Is office. d88-lf
TjAOII RENT—Desirable rooms at 1725
A' Market ht root. j26-tf
" ami Po
. 1 *
ouse N. W. oorner Third
0. J. Coudon, 822
TpOR RENT—Two second slory
suitable for light hou8«;keeplng
un, Hud every convei
Run ms. this office.
XpOR RENT— Becond-x>„., ..
1' U. Fourth street ; suitable
or socioLy ruoms. Rent low. j
M, Leiten, No. 60) King street.
f No. 201
OR RENT.—Aud I tori
' Hull will
1'Hut iirlng purp
ronty. 509 Shipley
of Odd Foi
II rent for light nimu
*. Apply to 0. fr ( M*
f V)R RENT- Hi
ner Fouth an
for a drug store. Apply
und store K. E. Cor
id H ui
1710K RENT—The honte and Ida* ksnilt 1\
J' nnd wheelwright shops nt Tallcy
vlllc, ilrundy wine Hundred Win, Talley.
TO LET—Rooms tor h*
mskcup! tig nlso
without bos id,
''OR RENT.—A fraino honye, No. 31:.
DuPont street. Apply t athis office.
12 new 6 roomed houses at E.
13th street. Also 20 new 6
roomed houses at Davis St.,
between Bowers and Dure
Sts., these houses are very
desirable, being only one
square from the street cars
and standing on high dry
ground, which affords dry
cellars, water and gas inside;
rent $10 per month.
915 MARKET STREET.
Another Reduction in Flour !
I now offer for sale a now
brand of Flour, the
This is a fancy patent,
made from the very
selected wheat, which
noted for its health-giving]!
Try a sample bag, for 19e.iii'!
1 1-6 barrel, (12( lbs.) 38c-;
1-2 barrels, packed, each $i!.
These aro strictly cash
prices and are very low.
JAMES G. MORROW,
ISth and Frenoh Sts.
'Few people realize how daugcrous Is
Unless held by a
PROPERLY ADJUSTED TRUSS.
Sixth & Market Streets.
W. 6. D. R. E.
1 eutabllshmcnt f<
We have ope
thu purpose of denning, dyeing and ru
puli-iug Indies' nud gumlomou'K wearing
e prices und by skili-i
rop us n j
will bu culled fur uud delivered.
i dyo gen
dresbPB und c
ling, lari i us'iÿ,
Iren s dr
kid gloves, ote. I
ug a spueiftlty. Hat
of clot hin
- 11 IK
<-ut! oil ä
i ket atre
A- HI km:.
G. P. MARONEY.
NO. 509 SHIPLEY ST.
to Order at till
he mill Is In firBt-class running order
atarlpjQwer, '# run of burrs and oob
ornshcr. F 1
large house, with
r d baru and stables. Fourteen
land, viitb orchards
ply to O. E. OKIFFITH, 601 Orange street,
Wilmington, Delaware. d2B-2tttd
F or bale or exchange.—a farm
of 40 acres, on the Kennett pike,
within eight miles of this oltv. Tho build
ings are all in good repair. I'lenty of
of all kinds. City property will
taken In part payment. L have also s
small houses for sale, which pay 9 per cent
dear of everything. 11. 11. GROVES,
No. 1 R. Stl
OH RALE OU EXC11ANGE—house
ood view tl
of the be
porch. Will sell cheap on
or exchange for good lots
In good locations, l hurles 11. Tindall, 4
East Seventh str
IJiOn 8 ALE—THAT NEW AND DESIR
T^ aljle dwelling housc.latr of Dr. Buck
deceased, situât o*l al N. E. corner of 1(0*1
d Thlrtocuth st.. the lot. having
Rodney. This dwelling Im«
age Apply t
h complete System of drain
o HENJ AMIN MELDS. Mfl
I pOR HALE -a farm of 177 acre«, adjoin
1 tng Black lilrd Station. Delaware K
K., good buildings, flue fruit laud, young
punch orchard in bearing. Will he sold
cheap. Apply to Guo. It. Tow
Co., «14 »I arket su
TTtOR SA LE UR RENT— liest le
F houses «m eastern side contain!
and bath, will iii'-rcfe-c
Goo. H. Tindall. Jr..
P H miles fron
Drummonds Hill,in Mill
with a good 7-ro
barn and otlmr
uhoraifu St. city
KALE -A tiir
LpOR SALK—ENDLESS CHAIN 1C!
Id elevator, complete nrnl iu good eon
alt Ion; In use I
no. Apply t*.
LE- A GOOD
Company, No. 1012 King s
nud French hi r
F OR BALE—THE THREE
house No. 84H Madison st
LI, A COLLECTION«)!*'
ST O R
. this office.
H 'OH SAL K— I HAVE SEVER A L rfrh
biiihII hoiiHUM for sule, in west cru Juli,
purt ol the city. 1*0111
W. BCOTT VERNON, t iii
L'OR BALE—SOME OF THE NICER
Ht root, bet
In tho city. <
Cull and look
1 T'Oit SALE—A good butdii**«* pltuv
' King street. Address K. R..
P r o'
t 1 1
b tOR SALE—A piano, eben
486 Market street.
QHANCE FOR CHE AP liuUH:,.
518 Wea* Fourt h street. 10
1000 French m
505 K»Ht, Third
464 East Filtl
Ui 1 Bant Suva
1108 Lincoln «tr*
1021 Trenton I'la
12 M eat Eiflitli
nth und T
902 Jetfureon h
615 Vmm Hu -
WS It). Eighth st.. n
524 Lust I'oilnil
803 Lincoln u
Van Huron street
7 Shipley street. 16
s aud bulb
434 South .1
4 Oft & 407 S. Claytoi
ot her properties.
HEALD & CO.
ills of the 1
i pin Int u
Pills over müde I'
1 ! 1 ,'!,' 0 '
antidote fur any kind of I
. splendid relief in u
«* mis re
id tired fecllgs, cost I
und Uvcrcoinplniiit. They u
a half dozen
kind. They have Ik
the day. Quo bux
or It y 0 v
the last 40
will lent lly that
Pills of the I
gold only in 25-ocnt and It b
ono). bold by rutfulur drut;u;ists and
Depot Fourth and King
Streets, Wilmington, Del.
Smith, Kliue amt French Co., Philo.
316 KING STREET.
D. WORTHS SPECIFIC
us'iÿ, 1 .
»pitting of Uluod, Tu
al, Whooping rough
c ( 'he
ly dry up a C.
pm- mit t mg
hit is ami Ho
piallu'l, also I
ms lias m» eu Hill. Prlou it . u
e by. E.T. I»i LWOHTH, 10th
tr.-eta. N. 11.
ids. STANDARD PH All
MACY, 2nd and Jeffor
WM. C. GUT1IIUE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
1UU8 lleuld tit., over lltk St. Bridge
de Eatiiiitttcacheerfully furnished.
Be Advises Republicans to Avoid Over
Omaha, Feb. 12. — Hon. John M.
Thurston, in speaking of political events,
said: "Mr. Blaine's letter of itself would
not take him out of the presidential
race, because the party ulways has a
right to nominate a mai whether he
seeks the nomination or not. But I
very sorry to say that I believe that Mr.
Blaine's letter was written
of his ill health, and if so, of course it is
final, l think Mr. Blaine Was the only
man whom the Republican party could
have surely elected. Now that he is out
of the race, Mr. Harrison will probably
"With Mr. Harrison at the head of
the Republican ticket, in my judgment,
the contest will be mögt stubbornly
fought by both parties, and no man can
foretell the result. Any one who de
clares that the Republican! party is sure
is making a very foolish state
ment, and Republicans might just as
well look the situation inline face and
be ready to make every effort to carry
the ticket through. All these prairie
states have been Blaine states far many
years. A large part of the Alliance
are favorable to his reciprocity ideas,
and they look upon him as a great
leader, whose statesmanship would be
•ted for the interest of the agricul
tural west. I think his nomination
would split the Alliance in two, as far
as the presidential ticket is concerned.
No otbe.r candidate could do so to the
"I urn not and have not )been a candi
date for the vice presidency. If Mr.
Blaine had been nominaled
would have been pnt on the ticket.
Whatever I might have bepn willing to
do in a position contingency arising
from Blaine's nomination! I would not
accept the nomination for yice president,
if I could have it,
any other man."
thb ticket with
lint! road Thieves at Head I
Reading, Pa., Feb. 1^.—About n
dozen men. women and children were
the charge of robbing the
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad c
puny, and warrants are out lor the
rest of some twenty more. For a long
lime the company lias been reciving
complaints from shippers tpid merchants
of the great loss of coal pausing
Reading, and the company it
and other machinery, Wllien the offi
cers went to the homes of the accused
to serve the warrants the greatest con
sternation ensued. Women cried and
shrieked, the children bocumo panic
stricken, and the whole neighborhood
was in the greatest excitenhnit. Mendel
.Simon, keeper of a curiosity shop, is
charged with receiving the stolen prop
belotiging to cars
Must Pay for tlie Liquor.
Kbokuk. Ia., Feb. 12.—Tho case of
Mette & Kanne against William La Fe
dre has been decided in tho superior
court. Tho defendant is a Saloon keeper;
the pluiniiffs aro St. Louis wholesale
liquor dealers who brought suit for $333
on account. The defendant contended
that tho liquors were solid in violation
of the prohibitory law, and consequently
he was under no legal obligations to pay.
and filed a claim for $l,lT00, asserting
that he had paid that nliuch since the
passago of the prohibitory law. A ver
dict was returned for the plaintiff, it
having boon shown the liquor was de
livered in original packages.
Burglars Busy at'EDkf
El .KTON, Md., Feb. 12j—-There w r ero
several bold burglaries in jSlkton by un
known parties. The office of tlie Scott
Fertilizer comjmny was erjtered and the
The office of the Record pulp works
was entered, but the burg ars got noth
ing of value. The office op Keys & Mil
ler, grain and coal deal
blown open. It contain*d a fe
lart in change. The burglars
frightened away at this jjaco aud left
Only (about $50 w
Army of the Pot
Scranton, Pa., Feb. V2 .—The prepara
tions for tlie reunion of tho Army of the
. The president aud
cabinet are confidently expected to be
resent. Rev. John R. Paxton, a mom
of the society, has betm chose
a tor, and William H. McElroy, of tbe
New York Tribune, poet. May
lows, chairman of tho committee of one
hundred, intends to mnkp the reunion
of the most memorable in tho his
tory of the society since 1ÖUU.
Heavy Sentence for Libel.
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 12.— t-Eugene.Tohn
, tho southern traveling correspond
ent of the Kansas City Sunday Sun,
whose office of publication was recently
changed from Kansas City to Chicago,
was found guilty of criminally libeling
citizens of Dallas in tlie columns of Tlie
Sim. He was sentenced to
the county chum gong, $700 fine and
costs. His attorney gava notice of
Murderer Harriott Convicted.
Freehold, N. J., Fe1>. 12.—At 8
o'clock yesterday afternoon the jury in
tho Harriott murder case jvent out and
in fifteen minutes retumod a verdict of
murder in the first degree. The pris
oner turned pale when th^ verdict wr
announced und then broke down con.
pletely, sobbing so loudly that he could
be heard all over the court room, lie
will be sentenced on Feb. U0.
W here Tramps Won't Go.
Rt. Paul, Feb. 12.— Governor A. H.
Burke, of North Dakota, says that ho
wishes to secure from ldOOO to 15,000
men tor spring ami summer work in his
state. Owing to a shortage of holp all
of ihe wheat crop of North Dakota
could not be threshed lust fall and
threshing is still going on.
(lian Student Sentenced.
Plnnderlne . Foundered Sh.p.
London, t eb. 12. —Nowfl has been re
ceived here to tbe effect tliut tbe natives
of Tierra del Fuego are plundering the
British ship Crown of Italy, which
foundered off Cape Son Diego while on !
a voyage from Liverpool to Frau
Carlisle. Pa., Fob. ll—Abner St.
boy at the government
training school in this citj', and con
victed in the criminal court for larceny,
was yesterday sentenced to the Hunt
ingdon reformatory. This was the first
rioted since the school
lias been established.
Advertise In the Itopublic&a
■FZDEMIC OF ALIBI.
Gaflty of Assault
But Not With Intent
Funny Ghlcken Steal with
On the resuming of coqrt at 2.80 p.
m., yesterday Peter L. Cooper, Esq.,
began his address to the Jury In behalf
of the State's prosecution of the
•allants of James E. Wirt, which he
completed at 8.10.
Mr. Itodney began as
Cooper hud asked the (
that if the prisoner's
ing mid abetting at the tt
person who did commit the assault.
Mr. Rodney sold Wirt must have
been mistaken when ho charged Mai
ianno with having co
sa ult because he
He would ask the court to charge
that if this
der would not result fr
dictmont would not lie.
Mr.ltodney had the alibi "two miles"
long for Leone who went to the Farm
er's bank and drew ft 125
and About the hour of t ho
and Just alter
talked with him at F
lie was aware of the prel
against ullbia, but ho thought
t to charge
h present ahi
•«equally guilty with the
litt ml t lia
dieclmrged at the
it the iu
ther witncHses had
th und Market
that ought not to be whistled
out of court.
Ho rsviflwed the testimony of other
witnesses fortilying tho alibi.
Cooper, for the Stale, had
preased the opinion tliut the alibi
not good for much, and that the
mult of blows, u knock-down and
kicks had been fastened on Hie prison
ers beyond the shadow of a doubt, nud
Ihut they were present with and aided
and uLetted tho knifer.
Mr. Kodnoy concluded at 3.30 p. m.
feeling well satisfied that the jury
id carefully silt the evidence and
render a just verdict.
Mr. Cooper made the concluding ar
gument complimenting Mr. Rodney
ror getting up an ingenious alibi and
regretting tliut he had been rather
just in his remarks «•
credibility of the testimony of the
Further, that Mr. Rodney had not
proved an alibi even If lull credit
hour had not beon proved for an alibi.
Are you, gentlemen of the jury, going
to turn these cii minais loose to prey
At 3.35, Mr. Cooper ended and Judge
Cullen began his cl targe to
Alter you aro satisfied that these pris
h committed theussuult, you can
not convict these prisoners under this
indictment unless it was such
id commit murder as tho
iven to his wit
law defines It.
thought either express or implied, to
An affray that w
ebrated decision of I.01U Keny
of a bayonet w
erely have re
slaughler. hud death
ild not, according to the col
Ihot'iir. be sufficient to sustain this
11 however there was in your lînd
ng sm h
It as they
«■d forby somebody
sent aid ing and aLetllng. y
If there is a rcnsonablo doubt in your
minds as to their guilt y
quit. This case
at 3.50 p. m.
At 4.05 the jurors returned with this
verdict: "Not guilty in manner und
form as indicted, but guilty of as
»sentence is expected
giveu to the jury
>i's chicken" stoby.
In the State vs. Howard Gross,
charged with stealing Busan Williams'
pet ••rooster," sliotestified to tho life,
the night of
ning of the 5th, of the
more dour to her
than two dollars. Bhe knew not who
it dead at
«h guilty of the fowl
ek w as broken. Bho
the city court. Bhe lest
ou the day before the snow fell.
'ihe trlui was orderly prosecuted by
Victor B. Wooiey, Lsq.. und defended
with special ability, by Win. F. Smalley,
i-'eq.,who, on cross oxaiuination, drew
from this and other witnesses the
-riatciuents that they know nothing
which connoctoc* the prisoner with the
k FUKNT lfOWL MUItblCXU
Mary Elizabeth Slincy, alias "Lizzie,"
was a dusky dniusol who hud been
•ompanion or the
dead '•Crow-bidche.'' Slit) bus
Is of stern justice
1 a recent trial beforo Judge Bail,at
liio Municipal Court, she hud sedately
eulogized "Dick" because he ' talked''
tôlier and she understood
said while lie. in t
her talk and
and follow hor anywhere,
isked by City Solicitor Curtis, what
Dick said toiler, site replied that lie
id run to her and say: "Coo, 000.
11er eloquent but solemn description
of tlie bright, ted, cl on bio comb and
handsome plumage of iter "dear do
parted Dick" greatly amused nil who
0 in court and enthused the trlui
iy and dignified legul formality, Vic
• B. XVooloy. Esq., prosecuted for
the Statu and William F. Smalley, Jr.,
tonducted tlie defense.
Jas. Haines testified to iindlu
chicken in a box und covered
i-lothes under tlie bod nnd in the
occupied by Howard Gros. _
wife ut No. 931 East Liberty street
in tlio second story of that Hedge ville
Mr. Smalley, in pnrt by the State's,
witnesses and inpart by his own.
showed that other persons than How
1 hut to the consciousness of the
who lives in tlie third story of thRt
house, that door
:co*a to that 1
of tiie wit
ing of January 4th. of
tho night on which tlieState's wit no
es hud proved tho chicken disappear
ed from tlie owner's premises, Unit she
starred from the
er's premises, that biie saw the key
sferretl from the lockt
et of Mrs. Gross in tlie presence of
i.er husband, that all ti.r* o
proeeeiled tu tlie hall, wii
Howard Gross was
present (except when ho
drink mid ev
ife looked through tho wind
surly in tlioev
went to tlio
then she and his
and his wife holpedliliu home so drunk
tiiat alter his wife got Iii
was absolutely too drunk to bo able td
got up and go out und steul a chicken
in bed ho
'0 to 3 o'clock a. m. f of Jan.
put to bed.
And the look or tho bed room door
broken when they got Im
JuliaGuy too had
ball from 9o'clock in tho evening
. William Btovenson sustain
ed both the alibi ami tlie "drunk."
Mr. Smulley liad sucli confidence in
tlio mighty bulwark of hisadHiuuntino
ply asked the court to charge tlie jury
that where the thing stolen is found
in a room to which other persons had
access, tlie presumption of guilt was
! »«butted which Judge Cullen appeared
when he said iu part und pur
5th when Howard
til 2 a.
wao r turned with the prisoner and
luua .he I
bel ia vaille alibi and witness
hu YUlâ Unit that look
testified and found broken by
when the three returned from the ball
after 2 o'clock and you have a reason
able doubt of the prisoner's guilt, you
have no right to convict him on a
The Jury returned in
with a verdict of "Not guilty"
6.05 p. m. court took a recces until 10
o'clock this inornihg.
To go out
of doors In rough weather 1 b
, but we are, many < f us, com
v rough weather frequently,
which arise from a chill are po
ol the year. This is
should be In the
*ry household -wlmt? Not
i.odicated stimulant, absolutely devoid
anything but an excitive action, buta
ilc combining, in tbe eO'ectivo form
ity of defence against changes of wcath
Hostetter'a Rtomach Hitters has ibree
four properties that no other urticleof
- class possesses. Not only does
re 11* vc
It fortifies the system
feets of changes of temperature, fatally
and too often shown In the deadly form
dll ion of u
linst thu bad ef
of "la grippe;" It produc
change Tn tfic weakened c«
system peculiarly liable to be
It, and it tends to provide ogali
ger resulting from an im
ditlun of the blood and a
A Useful Hook.
"The Delaware horse and horsemen
and stock directory," is the title of a
hook soon to be issued from the press
of W. Costa. This work, which will he
of great interest to horsemen and all
of fast hoses, is being carefully
piled by Joseph H. Kirk, who takes
gloat interest in
The work will contain a history of
the different breeds of trotters that
have been introduced into Delaware
during the past fifty years, also
some interesting races that have tak
place upon the public highways before
•k will also give a full do
•iption of the different stock farms,
their location, owners ami stock to
gether with the records of all trotters
owned in the State. Tills will be
invaluable book for breeders,
will contain a directory of thevaluuble
stallions that will bo in service tho
Said a gentleman in our presence: I
• cough go as it
comes, but J had a very bad ono some
time ugo, and the way it worked 1
thought it wanted to take mo along
with it. So to prevent it I went to 1 >r.
Simms'store nnd got a bottle of his
while Pulmonic Balsam, used it
cording to directions and the cough
was gene and I was loft. It is tho
bost iuug medicine In the world.
fiually let a cold
A Large Lut ate.
Register of Wills, Cooper, of Kent
County, has granted to bumuel \V.
Hull, letters of administration
estate of his father,
W. Hall, requiring hi
time to give bond iii$600,000tho largest
amount ever givon In the probate
court at Dover. The personal prop
erty of deceased ex-Governor is said
to bo worth 8*600.000 and ho also
cd a largo amount of real estate. Ho
fortunate in all his investments.
at tho same
and his career
the emulation of all young muii.
Tlicre In But On
Oregon, and it is best reached via
Chicago and St. Paul over the through
Sleeping Car line of tho Chicago, Mll
keo & St. Paul and Northeru Pacific
For further information
apply to tho nearest ticketag<
dross, Wm. Kelly, Jr,. Trav. Passenger
Agent, 50 ti. 3d street, Philadelphia, I'a.
eut or ad
Tlie remedy for tlie cough never
falling, always curing old people or
children or grown people la Dr. Simms'
White Pulinonlo Balsam. The leading
lung and throat remedy of the Janth
Depot 4th and King streets aud 422
Market street, who
or beforo March 25th.
An Old-l'i-lced Harbor.
Stanabury Murray, Jr.. No. 104 East
Street, will shave for ten conts.
cut hair for 15, churn poo for 15 and 25,
and will tell tho boss barbers, the
ho will continue to do eo. Straight
Tlio Monthly Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Board of Managers of tiie Ferris Be
held last evening, at
tho office of Dr. Caleb llurlan, No. 70b
Market street, but nothing outside of
routine business was transacted.
ul bowels through tbe
discovery. Dr. Miles's
. A »
Pills speedily cure bilic
pid liver, piles, constiputlon.
equaled for men, women,
'-ht, mildcHt. surest I 60 do
i ■ ■
Ono 10x20 Trayon Portrait with one
dozen cabinets for $4.00. Ono dozen
Petites for 50 cents at Holland's Gul
let-v, 307 Market Bteot, Wilmington,
A Rare Chaut
Dont miss the public sale of Fine
Gill Wall Papers, at htidhutn & Boil's
•tiou rooms. No. Ill Fast Fourth
mencing Friday, Feb
y 12th. at half-past 1 o'clock, p.
All goods perfect, good goods and
Life size crayon in 6 inch boautiful
Irame. $8.50 and up. No 11 li. 7th
streut, also 312 Taylor stroct.
The great leading medicine, the
children's tonic, the real euro nnd
worm ex pel 1er, is Dr. Simms'
genuine Is fold
only in 25c and 50c bottles. Depot 4th
One-eighth barrel Jones' Hungarian
Roller Flour W cents, ono-sixtcontii
barrel45 neuts. Try u bug ut J. J.
•Smith's, Fourth and Shipley streets.
Fresh roasted peanuts by olectricity
wholesale and retail, ut Lewis Cugr.-c
oi's, Southwest corner of Sixth and
lino of dress goods,
will get some bargains ut T. A.
Sliunnon's, 71U Market and 720 Shipley
She ward <fc Chandler soll tho liest
coal, und tho I. X. L. llo^r. Fourth
uud King streets. Call 4Uti.
We have a few blankets left that we
are closing out very cheap. If yi
need any blankets come and zee
r.-e ee:: sell them cheap enough. T. A.
Shannon's, 719 Market and 720 »Shiploy
Ask your dealer for "ben Auben"5c.
cigars. Durstoln, No. 5 Lasted.
New styles and large assortment of
Yalontles at Adums A Bio.'a, No. 004
I Market sUnot.
A traveler for a NewYork dry goods
house was in the smoking cAr of &
Ohio railroad, when a
young farmer came in
1 6at down beside him.
The young man felt and looked happy
and pretty aoon he remarked:
1 hoar some one saying you
from New York.
Brummer, ain't you?
Bin around a good deal 1 spose.
Well 1'v been traveling for fifteen
Shoo! You must have seen a heap.
Saj'! I've got a sort of favor to ask of
train on a
foi a smoke and
I'm engaged to gal in the next car.
I'm gain' with her down to Medina
She's the allii redest purtlest gal In four
counties, and I know she loves
know a feller is alius sort o'
uneasy about his gal till he marries
lier. .She purtends that she wouldn't
look at tlie president of the United
, but 1
No you can't.
May be purtending to love you like
a house a fire, and yet be plannin' to
for the first better-lookin'
ho comes along. She's in the
next car and I'd kinder like to try her.
I'd like to know jost how she'd act if
went iu and sat down beside her.
know it's asking a big favor of you,
perfectly willing to accom
modate, interrupted tho traveler, but
must promise to abide tho conse
Why, If she seems to take to me y
ust'nt get mud and raise a row. 1
ly trying to accommodate you,
D'ye think she'll take to you?
Why, 1 can't say. Sho's sitting In a
scat alone. I'll tako my grip ana
walk into the car and sit right beside
I'll spofik about tho woather—tho
•enery—asking her where slia's
, and the chances
that in about ten minutes we'li be
talking away like two old frlcuds.
Hump! It took
afore 1 dared ask her if her
* 11 !
Then I'll gradually load up to the
subject of my boing a widower, oou-i
tinued tho traveler. I'll remark how
lonely I am, and how I'm thinking of
ying again, and how my second
wife will have a sealskin sacque, dla
d earrings and a horse and
rlage. If you come in and find .me
holding her hand you musn't lly mad
*1 pitch into
Goin' to talk sealskin sacque to her,
And diamond earrings?
And tell her she
Brussels carpet, stuffed chairs and a
He got up and left the oar. Just
then the whistle blew fora atatlon and
the train soon stopped. The traveler
looked out of tho window ami saw t|io
young man and his girl getting off
with as much alacrity as If there had
been a collision expected. Ho put out
his head aud oalled:
This Isn't Medina, what
ting off hero for?
I know it Isn't Medina, replied the
young man as he came forward a few
take tho next train.
But I thought you wanted
will stop off hero and
! I | d °- a \ 0 ".l° s * k ,' ,e P rl » ht on Lhttt
train, aud get out of the state of Ohio
ver you can, and if I ever *»*>
within fifty miles of my 1
married I'll thutnnvon
marriou, 111 iDumpyuu,..
A SOFT COHN.
a permanent cure, and two or three appll- «7
i0lî * ft.
homo after 1'
all over tho
b eradicates hard
Tin box. 10c.
Corne, Balvo and Piasters.
This powerful scrofulous disease
tlie head and nose is successfully t reat-1
edin every cose both grown people aud
children, by Dr. Simms, 4th aud King,
und 422 Market street. |
Jones'Hungarian Flour, by all odds
the finest Hour, «7 per barrel, at J. J.
SiuiüiB, I'uurUi uua Shipley streets,
■ IR^IPWEBI !
gh left bohind ,
1 be ofibctualiy relieved by taking
VALET COUGH SYRUP,
ihllls aud all affections of the;
throat, chest and lungs. Price 20 *7
cents a bottle. Prepared only by
mm 1 SMITH,
Opposite B. A O. Depot. I
and DuPont Street.
and tlie distressing c
. ll will pay
Harnett, 403 Muditou
H m 0
(fi > "
3 *" 00 nt c
r > w
I 3 »
Security Trust and
Safe Deposit Co.,
No. 519 Market Street
) n p.>
payable after3 days notice,* P«r
Acttre busluess accoi
11.^. ROBINSON, Vlcd-t'resiUeai,
f AS. B. CbARKbON. Trewurer.
Philadelphia, Wilmington A Balt. F.R
Jan. 18, 1899.
Philadelphia (express;, 1 55,95.1.4 jo.630
7 46. 7 5b , b 5U,& 00, 0 47, 1005, 10 1«. Il 20,11 8»
. **• * 3% *"* 5 H » 10. 5 U
I 5o, o W. 7 Oo, 7 H and tf 1-j p. m.
Accommodation, 6 oo, 6 65, 7 05» 8 08
'lu. m.. 11 38, 2 25* 8 13, 4 35» 6 20, 0 40
aud 10 80p.m.
For Chester (ex press).! »5,4 20, fl 30,7 4*.
7 »0. 8 50, » 00, 9 47, lu U», il 20, 11
5 01. 6 5Ü, 7 Oti, 7 18 and 9
-- idution, 6 OU, 6 65, 7 05, 8 08,
10 45, 11 3.! a. in.. 12 ;W, 2 23, 3 45,4 35, 5 20,
0*1. 7 41 ami Jo 80 p. m.
If, 1 y>, 9 63. 4 20, C .10, 6 53, 8 50.
10 0.-,, 10 10, il .11 a. 111.', tl2 10, 12 23, 1 3»,
3 46, 5 1«, 5 1 7, 5 50» Mi 21, 7 00,7 18.
For Boston without change, 1016 a. m.
5 3*1 ». m.
id 8 0-< a.
Chester, via Latnokln, 6 8C
m„ 2 (16 and 3 43 p. ui.
Stations, 7 40 a. in., 12 64 and 6 31 p. Hi.
Baltimore and intermediate stations,
10.15 a. m„ 12 uû» 2 47, 4 45 and 6 (*j p.
and 12 13 night.
Baltimore ami Hay Line, 5 S3p. in.
Baltimore and Washington, 4 4«, 8 01,
9 11,10 15 and 11 00 a. in., 12 06, 12 30 tl 15
i 0«. 4 2». 5 23. •«
Trains for Delaware Division leave forr
New Castle, 815, 1123 a. tn., 2 50,330,
4 40,6 15, y 53, 9.50 p. m., and li O'J night.
*'>r Lew«» 1.1«. iu„ I.ITp. in.
8 15 D'ltigton, Dolmar and way stations
230 p. __.
Express for Dover, Jlarrlngtc
Del mur. 11 18 a. iu.,4 37 p. m 6c 12 01
Express for Wyoming* Smyrna 6 53 p. m.
Express for Cape Charles, Old Point
Conifurt and Norfolk, 11
' Leuvo Philadelphia, Bro\<1 street, for
W liming ton (express), 850, 7 20, 7 97,8 31,
9.10, lu 20, 1U 33, 11 IS o.m.,12 10 «19 35, 1
4 02, 8 01, 3 4«. 3 63. 4 OL 4 4L B 08, 5 30, 5 5.1,
8 17 « 57,7 40,11 lfl.113Cp.in.
Accommodation, c 2.*) 7 _
• } 32. 2 », 8 10, 4 09, 4 48, 'fl 22, S J9» 10 03,
40and J 1 38D. m.
. ET» l l!î , L ft ? ell)h,a (2*Pr®M). 158. 215,
4 20, 8 50, 800, 10 03. l! 61 a. in., 1 JKI, 4 32,
-, 04. » 10. 5 5.1 6 00, 7 0«. 7 25, and 8 12 p. in
Accommodation, 7 CB, __
12 10,1 45,4 o , 5 2uand io SO p. in.
f or Chester (ox pr
H^'; c a * »*>•, 5 O», 8 50
• Harrington and way stations
and 18 01
d 12 03 uiglit.
ÄS 11 ;*.•
90, 8 50,9
1 46. 4 O' . 5 20. 7 V
« 03, a. iu., 12 lo,
."l 55, 9 65,
U, 4 8«.
:•-* and 1Ô •'»
6i : cx ' n
4 03, 6 06,*6 91, 706 p.
For Boston with out change, 5..W p. m.
tor West Chester, via Lamoicin, 8 86
m.,and5.30 p. m.
For Now Castle, 9l0 P. m.. liOflnlglit.
For Cape Charles, Old Point Com fori
id Norfolk, 12 01 night.
For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wy
oming, Felton, Harrington, Bridgeville,
Bedford, Laurel ami Delimit-, 12 oil
Baltimore ami Washington, 4 43, 8 ul,
, ,. 00, 11 .'>0. 5 23, *0 03, 7 40,
,.:d 12^49 night. Baltimore
10 15 a.
Philadelphia, Bruud street, for*
*), 3 50, 7 20.8 18,11 '
tV ilinington (exnr
a. m. t 1918. 4 41, 5 08,6 57. 7 40, 8 33. 11 18
11 30 p. m., nnd 12 03night.
Accommodation,8 85, 10 38 a. 12 86,
205, 6 10, 8 38, 10 08 nrnl 11 83 p.
r further Information, nnssengerp
referred to tho ticket office ut tho
(•) Congrcsss^nal Limited exprcss.traine
composed entirely 01 l'ullnmn Vestibule
l'arlor and Dining Cars.
(4) Limited express trains,
Pullman v«8tibuto Parlor Curs,
PnsNunger Coaches, and Dinlug Car.
CHAS. E. #UGI1, J._R. WOOD.
General Manager» Gen'l Paas'ger Agt.
1 poser! of
Behedulo in etr«ot Nov. UL 1881.
TRAINS LEAVE DEI.. ATE. DEPOT.
New Y ml
days *8 88, «717, »7 40
.•12 24 «2 60/538, «7 » p. m!
. - '7 17. M0 36 tt
, •• 63, *JJ8, *7 8tl p. m.
nifffltsÏ4^in«cï?,. d ru!.ulnÂrOT, , hw
Boston without change via Pouirhkeei>
*»*> Bridge, landing pussengers in U. St 31.
Philadelphia, week days. «3 0A 6 00, on,
17 . 7 40 7 •*,, .3 0, » uo, »9 30, rSoo. •laV
«il j * a. Iii.,*12 24,1 (X), *2 00 ,3 05,4 10,3 03 *5 :J3
C 46, *7 8 *, s 36, 1« 00, «10 re p. in. * *
PUiladeluliif., Suudavs. »3 04, 645, «717,
«7 i0> 7501850,600.^950, !00o, •'
ft. m. ,10t), «25 ',18 05, 4 10, 5 05,
•7 80, 8 30, 10 00, *10 56 p. m.
Ghcator, Sundays. «3 09, 6 45, «717, 7»>\
f 06, «10 36,U 40 a. in., 1 00,«2 5 .3 05,4 10.50Â
•o 38, (i 4«, «7 3!*, 8 30, 10 00, «10 lv> l». in.
City, wnoir uavs, «7 17 u
p. m. Sunday, *71? 1
lu36. «u. »9
•5 33. 6 13,
| Vaflimm-eand way stations, 702
2W p. in. dully.
„Baltimore mrd principal «tutlons
^inladeipina Division, ft od a. in., dully*|
i.i?w. 'i?.*-" 1 "
! Pittsburg, •* 47 ft. m., «4 40 p. m. dally.
and *7 5. p. m. both dnlly.
, Singoriy uocoinmodutlou,
<35and 11 10 p. m., dally.
For punR.ieiui.tkw-eoic <t«v« ris « ««
*7 g 4> .8 -a% « 1133,^11 néu. m., 124245 ' 313
946 p.m. Sundays, 6 30 a. ni„ 1211,245
I Baltimore and principal stations or.
Philadelphia Division, 33 a. nj. dally,
except Sunday. Sunday* 9 25a. n>.
.1 Fof Landen be i-» and wav stations, No
toil. «4 54. 7 02
•12 10,**2 03» 9 55, «4 41, «6 24
7 02 a.m.,
. iu. dally
I weok «lays, 6 50, lo 50 a. n«.. 2 *
Sunday*, 9 25 a. ni. und 5 00 p
diiirv except Sn
1,L A V L JPU1L
Daily, •< i.i
d Sr. Louis, *1153 a.
jMH.A fou wil
•815, 8 40, »931
551,6 30| ;
•3 15, 6 ot
•7 22, b 10, iU 10, 11 3
Suiiduy, »4 IT, 6 u*
1.3 8 30, -9 33,
.. I 50. 3 00 «4 15 4 30,
810, Iu 10, 11 80 p.
•5 51. «39,
ts lower than
J. T. « *DI.I.L.
C. o. pcn.u
HOUSES FOR SALE.
2307 Market street, 8 rooms.
12 Robinson street, 7 rooms.
403 K. 6th street; i o rooms,
518 E. 7th street, 8 rooms.
302-4-6 Taylor street, 6 rooms
433-5 E. nth street, 5 rooms. (
House and Stable on llcald!
street, and Garden Lawn.
h Side but we
George R. Townsend & Go.,
614 MARKET STREET.
•F.fitiONS DESIRING P
Of H. H.
ini', should go to tho drug r
HIliNGIitTKBT, No. 317 Markt
U8INESS OPPORTUNITY KOK S
1 etapio business. P
l iii nish s
land Mill - a..
-D eon A K
effect December, 20 1891.
Tralua leave Wilmington (Frenoh
station; for B. ic O. Junction. Mou»
Gnyeucourt, Griiuogue, Loss art, C
Ford Junction, Pocopaon. Wut C
Kmbresville, Mortonvllle ,
Blidaboro, Reading; aud iuterraeai*8| S
stations, dally exoept Puuday. 7 00 a. nu 1
. Sunday only. 819 a. ~ '
•.Junction, Montehani*. Guy4
encourt, Granogue, Cossart. Chadd's Fowl
Juuctlon, Pooopson. Watt Cheater, Era**
>>roevll le, Morton ville, Coutavllle, Waynes*
burg Junotion, Mprlukfleld andiln tonna»
ate stations, dally except Sunday, at 4fl|
p. m. Sunday only at 4ut) p, m.
For f'oatsville, w«-et Cheater, and lo*j
termediate stations, dully except SuodaM
at 8 :w a. m. and 5 io i>. m.
and 930 p.
For B. A
Trains arrive from C >atsvlll«t Wert
Chester en I intermediate stotions, flail#
exoept Sunday at 712 a. in., and 2 19 p. nb
A. G. McCA ISLAND. Hnp*>ritr
DOWN ESS BItIGUS, G«u.P
We have bought
2 cases or 60 dozen
Corsets in whité,
drab and ecru.
They are well worth
75 cents. Having
bought them direot
from the manufac
turer, we can sell
them at 60 cents.
What there is
left of the fel.00
Tailor Made Corset
at (59 cents. Sizes
23 to 30.
We carry a full
assortment of the
Ferris and Equi
TRADE OR MARK
Having purchased the stock 4
Of the Architectural
now prepared to
orders. Until repairs ara
'made at the old stand we will
be located at
, wp ars
No. 913 Market St
JESSE K. BAYLIS.
Safety Cu-Uijou Tires
Mall Safety Cushion ttreslioo. Galas
Safety Ousnion Tire« »»6. Gales
Solid Tires »to. Galea Safety 93 i(3 «
wheels $*9. Ouirplutu lluu or SuadxiM
and Spurting Gouda.
214 KING STREET.
Bl ! 1 .
*1 of the
, especially iu hofl
Asc bninty SniEEm
je '- I I
R. R. ROBINSON & COMPANY,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
d sold in t he New YorkJ
itce aud Trust Com
r. 8*.> aba
W. H. McGAftRITY,
! wholesale and i etail dealer Inbutrter.egg;
Wo have tub and
30 ceuts por pound,
n ud van tage to gtwrt
iïjStâlir'ôl, 62 'and 53, Third
Street Market, Wilmington, Dll.
; T elephona BSC. l *- u
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