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*J finny TOTAL l*e Pea oymafrui* »»a«, •T sgperieac«. Sold to* Drag- Jl imitait «os I m W-I7» U« WANTED. W ANTED—Three or four rooms In a ntoe location In the Western part or the oltv. suitable for light bousekeep-Ji in*, by aUdy. State terms unt urn Isbed. Address M. fi. 8., 1001 Tatnall stroet, city. W L »Mfrirn HPT oniiMinurn iron ANT1ÎD— HELP FURN18HED FOR hotels, restaurauts aud private families at short notice. Ann] y at the WILMINGTON INTELLIGENCE OI'1-IOE __ . .-— W ANTED—Help furnished for hotels, JJ restaurants and private familles at short notice. Apply at the Wilmington & lntelllgouce office. No. 805 Shipley stroet. f8-tf J? ■ $ No. 805 Shipley Stroet. -ii ANTED—Rooms, Wentern part of city, for young couple for light housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished Answer with particulars. V. K. T. this office. m-3t" W W. X ANTED—A few ladles to compile list«, address circulars, etc., at home; permanent If engaged. Address, with stamp, ^'HouBekoepei'a Weekly." Philadelphia, W I N Pa. on no. a good girl for nerulhouBCwork. Must girl for nurso and Apply 019 Washington f20-3f ANTED-At cook and gc s ay at night. AI ehamborraald. strset. wxra:; bo a good milker. Call ut Dr. Simms' drug 1 King stroots, on Thursday morning at9.S0 o'clock. w . 45 to 55 years of stock. Must I . 4th f2U-8t• ANTED—A boy 15 to 10 years old in salos room tnorrocco factory. Ad dress Morocco, t his office. 129-2t* W ANTED — A good white girl for geuerul housework, at confection ery store, 312 King W f2D-3t* ■\17\ANTED— A whlto boy who knows VV bomethlng ubout opening oysters and lish. Apply at 120 King street. t20-3t* W ANTED-A (Itst-class girl for ge housework at lA>o Washliu •treoL ■'1 I St* *\TTANTED—A girl for general ho VV work. Apply at 8. W. cor *nd Monroe streute. Third W lWRD-B Apply at 811 dbtpley street. ANTED—N dreJBiniikiiiK a p«ai 127-4 f «jr a young tight IT X girls to learn 12UC Washington in an office, Wilmmg •rcial College. Apply W. M., W •■ra I "]''i I ANTED—A Just Unisluxl a W ('. •his office. W ANTED—To buy, 4 large bulk win dows. Apply to A, B. Vernon, Ko t'26-öt« publient Troop II H. 92, a iditoic L 08T - Derby I taken by mistake onlng, Feb. 22. hull last I l.c Oil Monroe struot. uitonl Ur cut this 90 f23 I *|~^ OBT—A hard working L bag. coiit $4U. A suituhlc reward will be paid for its F rout street. to 217 W. Wm f27 2f Wiser. NOTICE. OTICE—The annual meotiug of th stockholdcra of "Thu Equitable I.o .Association" will be held Tbursdav log. Man li 3, 1892, of the secretary. No The N k. at the Market be Street. niitte<I and an election directors will be held Attest: WM. E. HAWKINS. f26-ft Secretary. office OTIOK—Tbo partnership hereturorol existin g b*lween-Opç. W . Evium A HnfugcrsT will lie dissolved by misent on March 1, 1692. Tho will be uuntluuod by Geo. W. .vans, who will collect all bills due, pay all claims aimlt I S N. V s.'ild III in Geo. W. EVANS Sc CO. N. t i : Bt K EMOVAL—Jol orrell bns It. C. from 610A) Market street to . corner ie N nd Slit he will be found by u reul estate. 11 II who wish o attends to anting real estate. Money dl9-tr fair rules. OTICE—AH the members of Mount Zion Cemetery C< ed to meet Monday evening, o'clock, in Eziou $1. E. Ch purpose of electing transacting all othe N re request^ urch, for the r busiin-Si lor the good of «aid company. WM. II. CALDWELL, Bec'y. f A gents wanted—L ocal ageu the United World's Fair Etc Co. on the most ltboiul ie Strongest the U. 8. Address A taiy, 400 Exchange Building, Boston.Musa f 27-2tI for 11«; tills is the unity of the kind in ustIn H. Roby. N OTICE — J. A. C.. NO Fourth street bus .lust hud made to style of trunks tho best look ing. und tho strongest made In the city for the prie«*, ai«o tlie iurgeat and finest stock or traveling bags. nil OTICE. RKMOVAL ed hi: dei.ee to No. 504 Delawi N . A. B.Frantz offieo aud rest . 15-tf _ S . , ,, KILLED ranrond Mwer .nd laborer« furnished by j nonius > is county, 1715 W. 6th street, Wilmington,i S Del. f23-lm* -—----'cellars, L OST __I answers suitable reward will be paid for her •urn to 209 French browu cocker spaniel slut, of Floss. A tua m m 1 I 08T-L woek. a fcmalo pug, with largo eyes. Reward If left street. K. f29-2t« Ï OST— A black and white Newfound J land dog: By returning srnon, this office, a reward will H. K t2y §t ( Infants' Department. Our stock of In fants' Ion short Dresses, Ap rons aud cloaks is worth your while to look through. We do not have any carelessly made oods. Each article made with great care from good material at and E very low prices. At 60 cents we have a slip that is usually sold for 76 oents. Look through the Inlauts' Goods. It ■ will pay y«u. S28 King St FOR RUNT, -rpo Jl R RENT—the dwelling or No. V13 Market street, suitable for dwelling offices, 8 rooms. I No. 400 East Seventh stroet; has been oc cupied by a physician for a number of lyeara. In« to J. AUOU8TÜ8 McCAULLEY, Masicot Bt reel. f22-13t-eod # TT^OR RENT -l.«rr» room on Rernnd floor of Red Men's Hall, 517 ShipleyIproviilcd BtreeU uow occu ,, ifHl by tho warren (hub. 'ßtcam, heat, water closets and Janitor, lAlso furnished lodge room on 3d floor, on Tuesday aud Saturday nights. Apply toijHct m ./ u McHsemrer Wm Lawtou ' *y .j Kramer. no-im-on* __ TDDH RENT—Two good stores on King JJ street for rent; both places doing a strictly cash business. Apply to Clark;«d & McLear 812 Market street. fl7-tf I ——- --- - . TpOIl KENT—2 large well lighted rooms J? In corner building suitable for olllces J ufacturliig^mipose«.^ Ad o. 4M Shipley light dress. Frauk S. Dura Stree t._ F OR RENT-3 FT AW. ES, 1 ROOM suitable for * osrpeuter shop, baso itable for a paint shop 8th and 9th streets, and Madison and Mouroe. J. V. button. 1000 W. Bill street. THOR RENT-THREE STORY HOUSE X 1 No. 848 Madison street, containing # rooms and bath. Apply to W. 8. 9t H. Vernon, this office. F or rent-the stablr on may Btreet; will accommodate throe horses and lour wagons Apply W. S. VERNON, this office. dKU-tf betw I : iu I DO It RENT—houso 2U5 Freuet» street. 1 Also stnblo and yard. Apply 218 French street. ji8-tf F OR RF.NT.—Auditorium of Odd Fel lows'llall will rent for light innnu ii'lng purposes. Apply y. 609 ^hlpley stroot. to Ü. P. Ma f2-26t F OR RENT -Tho large store and dwell Ing of No. 211, also tho dwelling No net. Apply to Philip G etreot. f20-tf J. ■'1 : w Plunk** . I l/iOR RENT—Stable with 7 stalls I 1 room lor 12 carrlagos. Will hoard . Apply to Win. F. Seeds, No. li, Exchange Uuilding fÆ-tf d fur pOK RENT—Nos. 102 and 104 Ashton 2*05. 2897 root, six rooms and bnth, $12; Nos. d 2809 Mark' t street, , back porch, $14. Possession last ). Store and dwelling. No. 28<ii Market streut. T. Tuiuall, No. 712 Market street. id I 1 IT 1 UK ;UENT—A X good order. F E. E. Hunt'. No. 15 East house In information, apply f29ltf* TjIUR RENT—Two largo rot I 1 Hlore No. 209 Market Rot ihdivideal if necessary, lucturing husl 116 tf Klcgu offices. Apply F OR RENT—A farm of 74 acres, on the Fotilk road, »cur Bethel Church Brandyw Lee, No. 2ÜU Wc I mid red. Apply Bi Second street. f29-itd ltw F UR KENT—Large parlor suitablo for doctor. Centrui location. Apply at No. 5 East 8th street. B HUR RENT-1 0-room house, $9 per mouth. 1 5-roout house, $9 per month m house, $7 per month. Ford, Fifth aud Rodney streets. l f*ti l'oit KENT-An V unfurnishod third i. Apply -* les fi! gTORAGE for fumit: etc; low V Shipley stroet. f80-l FOR RENT. * r» W. Twelfth Rtreot 1200 .loffc 403 W. Fo 407 tludn* $26.00 stroet, » th street, 912 French sti y street. I* SSL 20fl Klug street. 1135 E. Fourteenth street» 313 Du Font street. 226 seurles m CO 7.00 18.00 I id Market street, iventh and N. W. Cor. Twelfth and Suw-inlll and wood Orange street. V itl 10 . N. E. Cor. Church st«.. ohippoy Bis.. foot of 25.00 . 25.00 80.00 Apply to E. D. R. SUTTON 838 Market Street. FOR RENT, A GOOD FARM, Georgs R. Townsend & Co 614 MARKET STREET. FOR RENT 0 roomed houses at E. 18th street. Also 20 new 0 roomed houses at Davis 8t., cr.dlD.betw.Tnlloworii.iid Dure etroete, the«; is- houtoi are very desirable, being only one S Q UHr o from the street car« and standing on high dry ground, which afford« dry water and gas inside; rent $l0 per mouth. r A JOHN MULVENA 915 MARKET STREET. j Telephone 030. K. DR. D. WORTH'S SPECIFIC COUCH SYRUP I« the most speedy and certain euro for ail diseased of the Throat, Lungs, and Cheat. Such a« Cough«, Croup» S010 Throat, Whooping Cough. Asthma,Bron chitis, Pleurisy. Spitting of Blood, Ruins in tho Chest, etc. It does not only dry up a Cough, but loosens tho Phlegm and allays the inflam mation, thereby permitting nature heal the dl-u-ased parts. For Sore Throat,Bronchitis and Hoarse K i-as, this remedy is uneipialled, also lor jugbgduriug La Grippe. For long standing and cougmuptlre Coughs this has no Cuttal. Price 25 e .0 by. K.T. DfLWORTH. 10th ( O 1 d Market and Market MACY, 2nd . N. H. DANF> eeta, STANDARD PII AU d Jefferson streets. J-23eod TH. 2nd Faw people realize bow daugcrous is HERNIA, Unless bald by a PROPERLY ADJUSTED TRUSS. You will prompt and ful uttcnliou at BELT'S PHARMACY, Sixth & Market 1 Streets. EDWIN G. SUTTON MtACTICAI. ELECTRICIAN. Contractor for Electric Light Wir ing. Electric Gas-Lighting, Bur glar Alarms. Door Bells, An nunciators, etc. Testing und splicing of Submarine Cables. Order.* from a distance a lieu ■ ded to promptly. Ohe«, 11U >iitpl«y Street, W.lmlnpl©« Dciawai-e. nll-Jnid-codw here jury the of of vice N. and of of The and Mr. was a to GRATEFUL—GOMFORTINOI EPPS' GGGOA. V13 oc of BREAKFAST. "By a thorougii knowledge of the natural laws which govern the opera tions of digestion and nutrition, and by rerul application of the flue propor of woll-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has ShipleyIproviilcd our breakfast table« with a dollcotely flavored beyeragowhich may nave usimaiiy heavy doctois bills. It is on by tho Judicious use of such toijHct tliut a constutitton may be grudual ly built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to diseaso. Hundred« subtle maladies are floating around ready to attack wliorevur tiicre inn weak point. Wo may cscups many a fatal shaft by keeping oursolves well fortified a with pure blood und a properly nourish Clark;«d fi amo.''—Civil Service Gazette, I Made simply with boiling water or nailk. 8old only in huff pound tins by Grocers labelled thusi J AM K8 EPPS 9c Co., Iloinœopnthtc Ad- Chemists London Enland. IS-nits-w 'tides of and 1000 # H. rOK HALE. P GR BALE—HI I.LSI I)U FLOUR AND grist mill, situated lu Christiana Hundred, flva miles from Wilmington. The mill Is in first-class er power, 2 ernsher. Fi good b I of land, with thereon. Will be sold nt a bargain. Ap O. E. OKI FF1TH, 801 Orange street, iliuington, Delaware. ing order, of burr* and cob largo houso, with 10 rooms; and stables. Fourteen -hi and suude trees now «Hi .! :• Mtd TjiORSALR OR FOR RENT—Boealey'a P Point Hotel, situated on great Kgg Harbor Bay, Cape May Co., N. J. This is considered the greatest, gunning and !i h ing point on the New Jersey const. Flfly rooma furnislied completo, and would make a splendid club house. Accusa W. J. R It.. Buy View, Ocean City, and . Homers' Point. Apply or address Geo. W. Horn, N. E. Cor. ltroad and Arch Sts., Phlla. f27-2tw 218 Fel Ma F No G OR SALE—Six very desirable Fourth and Hurrhon stroe rooms and hath, closets, heaters, front porches alleys All Lot 16x91 feet. J. S. Brennan, No. duet, mantels china -I side thoroughly underdrainod. Will ho sold very low. W. Sixth d Ab and ran the be is f20-lm-eoi I T^OR BALE —Five frame houses for ' $550 apiece. House 225 Or* lor $925. Stable 843 Mmll ley street for $50). Lot 19x80, 318 DuP H. Ver last No. 712 $350. 421 McCaul McCaulley 8t, por foot. Lot o:i W. 81 li 10x110 feet for $22 pc $700. Apply * May street for $2ii0. $12 foot. w. I, this offle«*. f In UR B A LB—House No. 112J Orange r, price $900. Pays $10 per month, will tako mortgage of $500. (louse 317 Bast Front street, price $7 <(i; mouth. Will F its for $3 pi $350. Houso 803 DuPont street, nth. price $550. Will tuke part. Apply to Goo. F. gage of cut $7 per mortgage for Veruou, this o the L I IT'OR BALE—A J 1 mansard roof, newly pninled, undcrdrnlnod . and heuted ow 2-siory house Fh p ™ tho lutest Ini b ed d ted proved Florida Ktoam I [enter; a tiouse throughout, and good local dt : i. for at No. 1328 W. 4th street. Apply W. 61 h btreot. city. No. 900 fJS-ff per I DOtt 8ALK—ENDLESS CHAIN ' elevator, complete und in good time. Apply Diamond Btatn Urcwory, Fifth Adams streets. ICH dit ion; in i li ■ the w UR BALE—Oi Old, 16 V re Ing 5 nd; ç !, eap. inda high also a '-'-Boated surry, nearly Apply Delawure Houso biable, 619 Shipley street. f29-ot« F UR BALE—Household furniture for live day k, between 9 a. ni.. and 12 in., at No. U23 West Bcv v Lit ■ I. v. ing fox to ing F°5 F OR BALE—A t oys' scroll saw, nearly now at a bargain. Address X tills fJ9-St* SALE—Child's coach mid sh< No. 13U9 Adams street. f29-: CO •flu • 7.00 TT'OR SALE—A GOOD OTTO GA8 EN JD glue, about 6^ horse power. Inquire _'tbc Wllnuluxtou Dentul Munufact Company, No. 1U12 King street 18.00 . *1 25.00 25.00 UK SA LE OR RENT—Eight acres of land Iu North Kiamensl, tl e Inte Vine 80.00 prop th. Flint). Inquire .ynum. Seventh and Market erty or of W. T. Htreets Wilu gton, Dol. f 17-tl' HUH BALE.-No. 7 Harve Stove, with Hon table, chairs, dishes, etc., at East Sixth street. *t Homo Cook b si No. 605 f27-3t • B MJIl HaU-A lot In RIvervlew Ceme tery. Addrefl« Mr a J Fleoaon. Bal tic avenue, At lantic City, N. J. P27-6t H. is UK S A LE- A collect!« doarliorns, wagons amt carrlagos ut fair i>ricc& Wm. llaiumond. 2ml und Freuen streets. jnn23-3mt of woll d. 1 7U)R RENT-2 ' 299 Market fuelu 1 iug purposes or officos.lt doop. Applyatstore. i«od t0 f« rgo 1J0 111 McKeone Bros' HOT aa 8t., one dry per of TRADE OR MARK COLD SOAP. j for and S010 Ruins but he 809 KING STREET. We have gold out all our old stock left from tho fire and havo put in u fine Bto ol' New Groceries, Tens und Coffees. 1 think wo know what good teas an ate. Everything that should bo in a Hi dm»« rrooery lor d i« ?ZTn!Xi d keep, it is eapi ) AU 2nd ginger salt d 1 hi ialiy f but I. v bath. I. 5 coats. lb kled i>oi' led t li •e I« nothing tliis dour is d you a bottle? H bud Hour? You • than n rosebud, but ckI Rosebud; is il< is tee tho w«*ll Will Ut evaporuted In iHulay ol' «'akc-«, they aro truly 1 •uirsaiidbahy Jumble h— prunellas. 1 raisin«. L< at our s si.-1 those c lett geiiiä and lady Ungers. Wo h in to Anoliovic«, canned goods King« line«. All fuucy 1 I t 1. iu^ •t und Sou;huuul ( er Fifth T. M. W1ER. LUNCHES STOP AT THE FOURTH STREET JUNCTION, WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE. No. 3 Knst Fourth St. FOR 648 Coffeo, Coc Pie and Sundwichesof all kinds Fish cakes. No long waiting. C. R. HOLT, Proprietor, eod-tl-ly* No. 3 East Fourth St. 1 on John w and aalt bim by Wir lieu Jvu. LADIES When In need of Shoos call Barn 8 Mfuliao! apc.ial line, il w 5« M Ini — T 1; 8; to WHISKY MAGNATES ARRESTED. Warrants Out for AU tho Loader* of tho Great Syndicate. Chicago, March 1.— It was learned here yesterday that the Federal grand jury at Boston on Feb. 11 indicted all of the officers and directors of the Cattle Feeding and Distilling company, better known as the whisky trust, for violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. The list of indicted men includes Joseph B. Groenhut, of Peoria, president of the trust; Herbert L. Terrall, of New York, vice president and a director; William N. Hobart Warren H. Corning, of Cleveland, a di rector; Julius E. French, of Cleveland, a director; Nelson Morris, of Chicago, a director; George J. Gibbon, ex-secretary and a director, and Peter J. Hennessey, of Chicago, secretary and a director. Warrants of the arrest of the officers of the trust residing in this district were issued on Saturday last by Commissioner Hoyne. Tl sued were for the apprehension of Groenhut, Gibuon, Morris and Hennessy. The last named was arrested yesterday and gave bail in *10,000. Offi hunting for M Officers wore sent to Peoria to arrest Mr. Greenhut. The whisky magnate was at once taken before a justice and bail in $10,000 for his appearance fore the United States court iu Boston next Monday. Cincinnati, O., March 1.—William M. Hobart, treasurer of the distillers' and cattle feeders trust, and Lewis H. Green, a prominent distiller, were arrested for violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. They were released in $5,000 bond for thoir appearance to the charge. , of Cincinnati, a director; In United Btatca he warrants is cere are orris and Gibson. now ! in Boston to answer THE PRISONER ESCAPEE Ab It Cost Two Uvea There Will Doubt less be a Lynching. Dexter, Mo., March 1.—As City Mar ehal Sprinkle, with a man named Amos Miller under arrest, was coming from Justice Toole's office they were met by of Miller's pale, name unknown, who ''got the drop" on the marshal and demanded Miller's release. A. J. Cooyer and Thomas Toole hoard loud voices, ran out on the stair landing of their mill with drawn revolvers and ordered the unknown to drop his gun. Iustoad of dropping it he turned the gun on them, d a great fusillade began. Toole had a little finger shot off by the first lire and the second shot pierced Cooper's heart. Sprinkle was shot three times and will die. The unknown was wounded in the hip. He ran into a field and shot himself to prevent capture. Miller was shot through the wrist. He escaped aud is still at large. A large posse is in pursuit of him, and he will be lynched when captured. The town is terribly excited. L I Arguing for Slate Taxes. Harrisburg, March 1.—Among the important cases argued in tho Dauphin county court yeatorday wore th against the Westinghouse Air Brake company, being claims of the state foi taxes on capital stock for threo years, amounting to $1C0,944.22. Counsel for the com puny argued that the company v. us not liable to any tax whatever, be ing exempt as a manufacturing corpora tion. The attorney general contended that the act of 1869 exempt* only panics which are organized exclusively fox manufacturing purposes, and that as brake company owns some prop erty not immediately oonnected with its manufacturing plant it was not entitled to any exemption whatever, but was subject to the full amount of tho taxa tion claimed. Several oases against the Westinghouse Electric company involv ing a similar principle to that in the uii brake company were also argued. The court reserved its decision in the several cases. Important Newnpuper Change Baltimore, March 1.—Negotiations that have been in progress for some weeks for tho purchase of The Manu facturers' Record, of this city, have been closed, and the paper has changed hands. Tho purchasers are Mr. Waite* H. Page, editor of The Forum; Mr. Ed ward H. Sanborn, of Philadelphia, and Air. Thomas P. Grastv, of Baltimore. Tho Manufacturers' Record is one of the best known aud most influential indus trial papers of tho country. Among manufacturers and financiers in the north and east, aud in Great Britain, it is universally accepted without question authentic source of information concerning the resources and progress of the southern states. aa Three Cleveland Delegates. STKOutiSBURO, Pa., March 1.— Grover Cleveland walked away with the three Democratic delegates yestoi Congressman John B. Storm, who head« the delegation to Harrisburg, is the Pat tison administration leader in the county and a personal friend of the ex-presi dent. Storm's associates in the delega tion are J. S. Case and J. J. Greena iuoyer. Strong resolutions were passed declaring that Cleveland was the choice of the Monro* county Democracy. a l Kx Despondency and Suicide. Philadelphia, March 1.—James Rock well nan, aged ;.'(> years, committed sui cide at the home of hia parents in West Philadelphia yesterday. The suicide was the result of unfortunate invest ments in Wuil street, New York, where he had recently been a member of the Stock Exchange. It is said that he lost $200,000 iu less than a ve* despondency ami suicide. d . This led to A Dato for the Fi Silver Rill. Washington, March 1.—The commit rules has reported a rule fixing d 24th of March to cou is tee tho 22d. 2tfd sider the silver bill.but do not propose to the resolution in the hou»e until This gives the anii-silv ■n a full week to operate in the house 'uding the résolutif 1 take next Monday. in fav to send tho bill over to tho next sessi 1 d soas A Well Known Actrce.s Dead. New York, March «.—Alisa Emily Yeamans, the uctres«, who has been ly iu^ ill for several mouths at her homo, , died yesterday. Her mother. Mrs Annie Yeauians, and her Biater, Mi«.s Jennie Yeainuns, nuraed her tenderly throughout her illneaa, and were with her ut the laat. 648 Sixth uve k Boy Burned to Death. Denton, Md., March 1.—A little col ore«i boy nomad Öauksbury, Huulsbury, of Philadelphia, wad left alone for a few minutes while the mother went across the street to riait a neigh by r When she returned the child was found on the floor burned to death. of Gore 1 Mi T Reporta fbr tho Put Month. Chief of Police William J. Blackburn reporta 878 arrest* for the month of February just closed, as follows: Ar son, 1; assault with intent to commit mut-der, 9; assault and battery, 12; bur glary, 8; bastardy, 4; contempt of court, 8; drunk, 106; drunk and dlcor dsrly, 80; disorderly conduct, 45; bezzlement, 1: exposing person, 1; flr g pistol in the street, 1; interfering ith an officer, 1; lnsano, 1; Incorrigible boy, 1; highway robbery, 1; larceny, 21. obtaining goods under false pre tenses, 1; patients, 18; pointing a gun, 1; runaway boys, b; soiling liquor without a license. 5; tresspassing, 6; yagraucy, 18; violating city ordinance, 8; witnesses 5; total, 273; committed to New Castle jail, 88. Fines and costs collected, $597.45. Lodgers, 614. Calls answered by the patrol wagon, 153. wl FUIES DURING FEBRUARY. Fire Rooorder Charles Shull, of the Delaware Truck Company, reports ten flree during February ruary 9, at 12.16 a. m., box No. 63, fire In McNealy A Company's hair ware house, Fifth and Dul'ont streets, loss $500. no Insurance; February 4, 11.06 p. ., box No. 7, fire at the uUIce of Dr. Jamee C. Pickels, No. 705^ Market street, loss $800, fully insured; Febru ary ö, tu» p. m., box No. 31, lire at base ball ffrounda. Front aud Union streets, loss $50, no insurance: Febru ary 8, 10.57 p. in., box No. 31, fire In a frame house on Searles street nbovo th. lose $300, Insured; Februar 13, 5.50 p. m., box No. 62, fire iu ored church, Browntown, loss $100.ln sured; February 15, 8.46 p.m .box No.6, fire iu James Batson's frame stable, Ninth and Walnut streets, loss $400, Insured: February 10, 4.28a. m., box No. 5, fire at No. 917 West f-'eventh Htreets, loss $500, Insured; February 10, 6.55 a.m., box No. 15, fire In the rear of No. 527 East Fifth street, loss insurance; February 21,10.46 u. m., box No. 32, firent home of State Senator John P. Douahoe, No. 401 West Sixth street, loss $100, fully in sured; February 27, 5.58 p. ra., box No. 1)5, slight fire at J. 13. Mullotte's cigar store, nortb-west corner Taylor and Poplar streets, no loss. follows: Feb ! BUILDINQ LINKS. Harry Fa Ira er. of the Engineering and Surveying Depart ment, reports twenty-nine building lines for February, 1892, compared with eight for the same month last year. Ine lihos were as follows: Fhllemma ( handler, store, north east corner Eighth and West stsoets. Henry W. .Scott, stable, west side Bradford street, between A and D streets. Michael J. O'Toole, two dwellings, tli side 1) stroet between iioald und Claymout Btreota. A. 8. Reed A Brother, convent, situ ate I Chief Engi the block botwoonCiilpiu.Shali 83,Bayard aud Grunt ave Henry Dugan, dwelling, east tide of Townsend stroot between A und B. Eloronce It. Crumlish. dwelling und stulde, south side of Howland street Lot ween CJayton and Dupont. William T. Hickman, udilition to store, east side of King stroet between Fourth and Fifth. Anna Pulil. two dwellings, east side of Foplar street between Tenth and Eleventh, William O. Guthrie anil John J. west side Horner, two dwellings of Thatcher etreot between Vandever avenue and Twenty-second etreot, Franois P. Dillon, northwest corner Front and Jackson streets, five dwell *kate R. Palmer, office and ehop south aide of Tenth street between Grange Willi* and 'l ut mill. P. Koybold, creamery north side of Lancaster avenue between Madison and Monrce streets. A. 13. Vernon, stoio anil dwelling seul beast corner Tenth and Clayton streets. John Hamilton,four dwellings, south side Third street, between Broome aud Rodney. E. S. R. Butler, store, cast side Mar ket street between Fourth and Fifth. Andrew J. Francis, stable, Lancaster avenue, between Adams and Monroe. McCloskoy Brothers, two dwellings, south side Gilpin avenue, between Union street, and Bayard avenue. Bamuel MoClennghan, addition to theast corner Kennebec th side dwelling, and Walnut streets. Alary P. Garland, dwelling, south west corner Bayard avenue und Park drivoway. BUITHS, DEATHS AND MAlUtl AGES. Registrar Colquhoun, of the Health Department, reports 113 deaths for the month of February, divided as follows: Males, 5S;feuiale& 59^Uults, 55; minor, 57: white, Wl; colored, lti; native, 97; foreign, 15. Births—White, , 84; females, 95; colored, mules, 4; females, 8; total birlhs,76; still-born, white, 5: colored, 6; total, 11. Mar riage*»—White, ~U; colored, 4; total, 88. Bodies passed through the city for in terment, G; brought her* for inter ment, 13: sent away, 14; coroner's <• ,91. For the corresponding month of lost year there llrths, 1U2; murrieges, 39. Deaths. 94; Opening of the Season. The end of February heralds the opening season of tho gay military capitul at Old Point Comfort. Hero the temperature is genial, bright and brac ing, and tiie atmosphere clear and fresh. Out of doors there is the fne einatlon which the advanced season of BobtU always possesses, while within tho spacious hulls ot tho Ilygeia. there is beauty and wtïalth re tirement and culture, mirth and plea sure. His a graut retreat for prominent people in every walk of life from all quarters oi the land. They find there congenial society,attractive surround ings. und good entertainment. These -ire about all the blessings pect to enjoy in evary-day life. A placo pleasing in itself and easy of must of necessity attract people. Old Point is about elov hours from New York, and eight and a half from Philadelphia, by well equipped trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Cape Charles route, carry ing parlor aud sleeping cars. The -liHiige from cars to boat at Cnpe l liuriub is so easily made that luirdly observes tho transfer. The is a gooil restaurant on board the boat, which may be utilized very nicely for dinner if ono goes by the «lay train, or roakfust by the night train. tho P lying 11 through ' \ork and 1'hila may leave ery week th# OX for By tl sylvan ning train ltailroud, from New delpliln to Cnpe Charles, Now York after breakfast, day, at 8.Off A. M., Newark, 8.25, Tren ton. 9.28, l'hlhulelpliia, 10.88 A. M., NMlniington, 11.18 A. M., ami arrive at Uhl Point Comfort for supper. Or, leaving New York every day ufter din -, by the night express, at 8.00 P. M.» 1 ronton, 9.50, PlillaUelphiu, 11.16P. M., Wilmington, 12.01 A. M tlio Hygeia Hotel at 8.00 A. M. By either train it is u trip pleasantly and comfortably a«*complishe«l. purler , ono arrived at The Grippe. The remedy for the failing, always curing old people children or grown people is l>r. Simms' White 1'ulmonic Balsam. The leading lung and throat remedy of the lund. Depot 4th and Kin*? streets and 422 Market street, where to office l th ver will remova beiore Murch 20th. 1 We ' Hkaum nfcNMW weakuesa. Hew to Vimit California. Since the inauguration of per ly-oonduoted tour* travel has revolutionized. Imagination* years ago could not have pictured a vestibule train, in charge of a Tourist Agent and Chaperon, with a stenog rapher, a ladies' maid, a barber and bath apartmente, In fact a veritable hotel on wheels, yet this has oome to paee, and is bent illustrated by the progressive spirit of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company os a pioneer of such luxury In truvel, The next tour to be run to the Gol den Gate 1* March 84th, covering in Its run Weat a remarkably attractive territory; and the last April 20th. Application for Itinerary and detail ed Information should be made to Tourist Agent, Pennsylvania Rail road, 233 South Fourth street, Phila delphia. of rsonal been forty "Got There." Th* million and a quarter apportion ment for missions was reached ou Sunday by tho Kingewood Sunday school, with a very little effort. Rev. John France gave the school estlog address. A selection of music wu8 finely rendered by Misse* Clair and Walker and Messrs. Kerns and Freeman. Mr. Kerns received special mention because of his rich, natural baritone voice. The quartet sang splendidly, Eight baptisms, one con vert. four additions to the church yes terday. Come and help In revival vices at Klngswood this week. »Ol M Everybody lias So There Is where disease first strikes; dis the air, Wells' Health Itcnswer goes direct to weak spots. Strength these weak spots before it's Druggist. Weak Spot. late. $1.00 Brevities, American Laundry, 602 West Front Si Cupping and leooliing, 103 E. Fécond hi Brazilian Balm eurescolds, catarrh,r Cupping and leaching by Geo. B. Metz er, No. 103 Bast Third street. Ross has 80 styles of Genta' Fall and Winter underwear, in all sizes ranging in price rrom 28 cts. to 12.06 each; also a large assortment of latest styles in derby aud crush Lau at 219 Market street. 11 you want cheap picture frames go to Buugh A Maars, No. 204 West Hecond street, as they have a new line or goodr received. The largest stook in the State. Call 1 Fur a lllg It ii hi ii Heavy foundations, walls and tim bers are being prepared for a great in dustrial and commercial business in a four-storied and basement brick build ing. 53%xU5 feet, of Boventh and 8hipiey streets. thoN. W. coruoi »300 Cash will buy a 5-room brick house, east side. Add read G. 13., this office. Taylor A Fullerton's Rheumatic Remedy ou res rheumatism in all its . Prepared by Taylor A Fuller ton, 302 King street. for pOR SHERIFF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, PEIRCE ■: GOULD, WILMINGTON 8 abject to the beuldo can Party. i of the Kepublt J4-11 R. T. M O O D Y, FOR SHERIFF. Subject Ro the DecUiou ot the Demo cratic Party. ■ 0 Stu to F or county commissioner in SECOND DISTRICT. JOS E, MARTIN, ubjeef to the nomination of the Republi an partv.__r8-t f i DOR R O A D COM M IS SION KK of CHRIS 1 TI AN A HUNDRED. ELLIS HICKS. Subject to the nomination of the He fO-tf publican purly. pOR SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, HORACE G. RETTEW. voters^of :tfully pnllcit the pupp the Republican party. .. of the j38-tf* FOR SHERIFF as GILLIS PAUL 'bite Caly Creek Hundred. Nomination of tin Heput>ll<-au Tarty. Subje« ■ FOR SHERIFF WILLIAM J. LANK CUBISTIANA HUNDRED. the DhdHion of the Kepabli Party. JpOK CORONER J. THOS. WRIGHT, Penoader Hundred. Subject to the de cision of tho Republican Purty. fS-lin* of of pOR SHERIFF, ALEX. BEGGS 1 Wilmington, Del. Subject to Republican rules. J28-tf Security Trust and Safe Deposit Co., No. 519 Market Street CAPITAL aaoo.ooa Allows Intercut on Deponit« * Mom-) Deposit« payaoie Deposit« payable «lay«* notice. 24 P De puslLs payable after J day« notice,* por Active busluese account« are The company net« «s ExacoTou, adminis IUUS1KK, UllMlhlA S, KSCKIVKU ami and A« burglar-proof vaults. 11ENJ. NIKLDrt, President, H. C. ROBINSON, Vice-L'r« JAS. B. (,'LABKaoN. Treas '.lent, 2-4-e-o-d-sattu-thu Miss Bigger's School, Ninth and King Street*. Spring term begins March 14th. Call at the school or ad dress. RACHEL S. BICCER, PRINCIPAL, No. 624 W. Fourth Street f2 w EARLY JUNE SIFTED PEAS, 15c Per Can J.P.AIImond&Go ■1 Eighth and Market Sts. fa$-5t — a llanhallton Items. Corespondence of the Republican. Fxb. 29, 1892.—Frank Barton, has resigned his position from the Marehallton Iron Works to aooept a high situation offered him by a new Incorporation of McKeesport, Penna., and started for that city via B. A O.B. R. Saturday morning, Feb. 20th. The store and dwelling of Mr. John Fallcorn, of State street,la nearly com pleted and ho will occupy it soon. The dwellings of Mr. Charles Pyle. McCleaves, avenue, will be oompleted and ready for occupancy on Mr. Jno. Stocktlll Is erecting a brick house on Prospect avonue netween 2d and 3d streets, and will occupy It finished. The Kin mens! Woolen Company re ceived a large Marvin safe from Phila delphia. weighing between 3 and 4 tons. Mr. Stldman, contractor for hauling of Wilmington, removed the safe from the cars and placed it In their office after considerable trouble. W. D. Springer, news agent, has taken the route formerly operated by Mr. Thomas Allen and will handle and deliver all the Sunday papers on short notice. Mr. Joseph Wright, iron worker, has been off duty sick this last few days; he is reported somewhat better to-day and will be able to be around in a few days. Mrs. Nace Batrem Is visiting her pareuts, of Cousohohocken, Pennsyl vania. Frank Monte, the famous black-eyed detective of the P. D. association has been working town, which has been going these last few mouths past. The Marshallton Iron Company aro doing a nourishing business, running full turn day and night. Pluna are be ing laid for u new mill that will be built in course of a mouth t. Apresent these and the addition that will bo built soon will make It a mammoth structure. Thieves entered the chicken houso of Wm. E. Barton, of High day tcvening one stole a valuable rooster, and Willlo has started on the path after them; Dave hus volun the roost at night Prospect Mr*. John about March 25. •10 sie •ü some Gov't, allair in the largest in the State kn *7 street. Sun leered to set with a double-barrel-6hot-gun, watch ing and waiting for his return. Airs- Geo. Guest and daughtor visit ed Wilmington Friday. Mr. Wm. Weala start for 1'lttsburg, Fa., Murch 1st. •2 •F •7 d daughter will Tnesduy, Yours, Wiuk AwaüJl. SCOTT'S EMULSION •7 Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES of Lime and 8oda 9 Is endorsed and prescHbad by leading physicians because both the Cod Liver Oil and Ht/pophoaphttes are the recogntxed agents lu the cure ot ContumpUon. It Is as palatable milk. Scott's Emulsion ïmîÂ' iS il a wonderful Fleth Frodurrr. It is the medy for CONSUMPTION, Beet Re Sere fain, Brenchitia, Wasting Dis ease*, Chronic Cough* and Colds. Ask for Bcott's Emulsion aud take no other. 7 11 » 10 7 Dr. hiunus Vegetable l.iyer 1'illa, Sugar Coated. The most wonderful Pills of the Positively no griping and nevor sic In their oporutlon. Undoubtedly t Pills ever made for Liver Complu kindred trouble«. A quick relief aud for sick headache. In fact, a kind of hcad .uibles of be S and porlOct antidote for any ache. A splendid relief In tho kidneys, backache, Ac. A splendid remedy for ladle« suffering with ailment« r. kidneys, or w blotches, sleep i d tired feelings, costi plaint. They popular Pills of worth a hull' doxen •oof any other kind. They proving their superiority over all for tho last 40 year«. Good appetites, evs, elegant dlgcstlvo stomachs, nd* all ch. live These Fill« bad d liver« and certain. The (lie di bt , 6 10 3 9 6 9 healthy IIv «1 «'orrect « medleul effect of their 1 g kidneys. the will testify that they are the true and r Liver Pills of (he times. The genu ine aold only in 25-cont and $1 boxes (six In one). Sold by regular druggists aud sent by mail. Depot Fourth and King Streets, Wilmington, Del. Smith, Kline French Co., Phlla, OR. G. F. THEEL, i 4 « 2 North Fourth ht., below Green, rhilud'a. 538 Sçcml ÖiseaMS, Blood foisoa 2 6 " . 4 5 . 11 . 8 a. 11 Y a Aged 1 fi. D|ll 815,000 I P CklckNtd'i EagUah Dlran* Wraat ENNYROYAL Original and Only © PILLS and Brand In Red I k°* M.U. O Te . lin . oiUi ». Van .» Pap*. leal Co., Mutin.") S<|M a ne. rhlUdo~F» R. R. ROBINSON & COMPANY, BANKERS AND BROKERS, . Fourth and Market Stocks bought «nd sold In the New York, Philadelphia aud Boston markets mission. Letters of credit given, available In all nartsof the world, and Ural ts 011 England. Ireland, France, Germany aud Bwitzoriand Issued. Fob Sale— 0 shares National bank of Delaware. 16 shares U Bank of Delaware. 7 shares Central Na tiona Bank. 5 shares 15 «hares W llmlngt . Co. C IA L I K O R N 1 A. TEXAS. MEXICO. J Special semi-monthly Tourist i'ar Southern Pacific Company's id Ugden Routes. Cheap E. HAWLEY. A. G. T. M.. 341 N.Y. U. J. 8M1 TH. Agent, 49 Eouth Ta irdstreet, Philadelphia. Sroadwsv _^ ; J"" IfiittaxSi». BmotharlDC •»•lia, cured Klim' ■»riling hM d Fact» drug pM> on. nan (HCART CURE. (ihm Rock, Pa. DLUlilßS' Tha ) Upgrt I bit) care for sli .. .CUM « nCail. Heart FwitiirCtn t»r trun. Iitlsi.to Diseases. DR MILES MEDICAL Co., Elkhart. Ind. For sale by Z. Jarnos Belt, Market streets, «nd N. B. I> Second and Market street«. 6th and union h. BALTIMORE. k OHIO RAILROAD, F Behtdul# in efTect Nov. IB. 1 WI TH AIN $ LEAVE DKL. AVE. DEFOT. EAST ROUND. •Expr New York, woek davs •3 00, »717, «7 40 •10 J« a.u..*l2 24 *2 50.*5 33, »7 39 p. it New Toi k. Sundays. »3 03. *7 17. « m., M2 24, *2 60. «53», *7 8» p. m. Boston, «5 33 p. m., dally, with Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, running througli to Boston without change via Foiighkoen« sie Bridge. Unding passengers in U. A ML station at Boston. Philadelphia, week days. «8 08. 6 00. 6 41, •717, «7 40, 7 50. «8 9 00, «9 60, id 00. «10 39, .,«12 84.1 00, *2 50,8 05.4 10,5 05. «5 3$ ■v*. o.*, 8 80, 10 00, «10 58 p. ni. Philadelphia, Sundays, «3 08, C45, «717, 750, 905, *10 89,1110a. :u.,«12 24.1 00, M 6),3 05» 410, B0:*,«a 38, C 41, «7 aw, 8 30.10 00. «10 55p.m. Chestei, week days. «3 0«. 6 00,6 45. «7 17 •740, 7 60, «3 50, 9(»0, *9 50, 1000. MO Sd. «II 5f , «2» ».13 05, 410, 5 05, «5 33. 0 1% , 10 00, «10 55 p. in. r, Sundays, *3 04 905, «10 39,11 40 a. in.. 1 no,' •ü as, 6 4». «7 rn, 8 ao, 10 oo. «io R r * v. m. Atlnnrlc City, week davs, «7 17a. m., Sunday, *717 a. m.. 10 86 a *7 RVi 64% «717, 71% 5 ,3 "5,4 10,501» •12 24 «2 50 •2 50 p. WKßT BOUND. BulUmoraan , 70Î m «12 10,*2 05, 2 55, «4 40, «624 ashliigtcn, «4 •F 47. «10 06 a. •7 57 p. iu. daily. Baltimore aud way stations, 702 a. daily* Baltimore and principal stations Philadelp) Newark, Del., -•121 J, 255 «4 40 daily Pittsburg vision, I0"6a. in., dully* ! i 47 a. ui„ *4 40 p. . dally. Chicago. «8 4i u.m., «4 40 p. , n . daily. Cincinnati and Ht. Louis, «1210 p. nu and «7 5: p. in. both dully. Bingeviv accommodation, 7 02a.ua., 7ar» und 11 10 p. ui., daily. Laudenberg accommodation dnysj 7 02,^1 ^ oo a. in., 25^and^4 55 TRAINS S JLEA YE 'ï A It I&t'ViBKET STATION. For Philadelphia, w •7 24. «3 '25, «0 »3, «11 35 a. m., 12 42. 2 45. 3 55 | . Bundays, 6 30 a. m„ 1242,245 ( s: I I I : , davs. 5 35. « O 9 45 p. m. 855, 9 45 p* in. For Baltimore,week days.5 35, 6 50, «8 25, Sundays and 2 45, p. •933, «11 35 eu, , Baltimore and principal «tâtions on • dally-. Philadelphia Dlvls—.., except Sunday. Bundays 9 23 For Lau dsn b»rg and way stations, week days, fi 50, lu 30 a. ni>, 2 45, Aoop. bund ays, V 25 a. in. and 5 00 p. Chicago Hint Pitt oxoept Sunday, *3 w p. »n.. Cincinnati and Bt. Lout» *1135 a. daily except Sunday. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOB WIL mington. Daily, *4 15, 610, 7 35. »815, 810,* 91« 10 00, •1185 a, ni., 1200 noon, «1 43, •1 50,3 00. «4 2.1,*4 05, 4 4), «5 15, $30, «SSl.« 3(L •7 22, 810,10 10. 1130«. m. Sunday, «4 15, 6 00, •$ 15,0 3°. *9 33, •1000, •11 36 tt. m., 12 t>J » OOli, 1 50, 3 OO «4 J5 4 30, •5 51, 630, *,22 81P, lOia IlWp. m. Telephone Na 193. via. any other line. J. T. < >DELL, General Manager. 9 33 «burg, «8 2.5 a. m. dally western pointa lower than C. O. SCULL» Gcu'l Pass. Agent. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Philadel pilla, VI ilnnngton A Balt. It. It. Jan. 13. >692. Train« will I«**» Wiliulugton hi follows: Fliiladelpliialexpie.ssi, 153,2 5.,.4 $0.030 7 45. 7 56,8 5U,9 Ü0, «47, 10 05, 10 10. U 20,11 33 11 61a. 11)., «12 IU, 1 3!>, 4 32, 5 04, 5 10, 5 17 » 56, 6 06.7 06, 7 18 and 9 li p. m. Aecouiuiodutiou, 6 00, 6 55, 7 0«, 808 10 45 u. 111 .. 12 38, 2 25, 3 45, 4 35, 5 M, 6 40 7 40 and 10 39 p. ni. For Chester (ex pros«)» 1 55,120.6 30,7 4L 50. 8 50. 9 00. ft 4L 10 05. II 11 5i u. 5<M, 5 «. 706,7 18 and 9 12 p. , Accommodation, 6 uo, 6 55, 7 05, 80S, rlJVJ," 'V '- "• 2 "> • Ä» 'A » ». 6 40, 7 49 and It» 30 p. in. New York. 1 53 a 65, 4 10 05, 10 1C, 11 51 1 3 45, 5 10, 5 17, 9 12 and 10 30 p. .... For Boston without change, 1010 a. m.* 6 V) p. m. For West Chester, via Lsmoklii. 0 8C ., 2 25 and 3 45 ». Ul. Newark (Centre) and intermediate Stations, 7 40«. in., 12 54 and 6 3i t>. in. »altiinoi'o and interniediato station^ 10.15 a. m„ 12 on 8 47. 4 45 and 0 06 p. uw and 12 13 ntglit, Baltimore mud Bay Line, 9 ?3 p. m. Baltimore and Washington, 4 40, 8 01, 9 11. 10 15 and 11 00 ft. Ul., 12 06, 12 50 il 15 a ^ Train9for Delaware Dlvl*lonle: Now castle, 815,112; •).50 p. . 20, 6 30. 6 55, 8 50, ___ 61* IU, 12 6 54 "Ü *1, 7 0. 718» ■ d 8 for. : .. 2 59, 350, ^ and 12 06 ntghS. , 4.87 p. in. 'gton. Del mar and way stations • Harrington and way station a for Dovor, Harrington and a. m..4 $7 p. 4 40.6 15»., For I .a Hai « 15 a. 2 50 p. j Expr Deluiar. 1118 Kxpreec for Wyoming Ik Smyrna 6 53 p Express for Capa (. hartes, Uld I'o Comfort gad Norfolk, night. Leave Philadelphia, Broad str Wilmington (express). 0.10, 10 20. 10 83, if -* S 15 Sc 1201 nig lit. a. in . and U91 » for it). 7 20. 7 27, » 31, --.,12 10 Hi 3.5, 1 3H 2 °3r • ®'l 4 "1. 4 41, » 08, fi .10, 5 5 1 , 6 i7.fi 57,7 40.11 10.11 3Cn.m.nn«l 12 03 ni* I it, Accoiniiiodation, 6 2\ 7 4d, 10 38 11 .« a. " 1 ■ ' 1 3 ndnsS 1 4 4 ^ ■**) 1003» - „ 6LNPA X TRAINS. . (•»Press), 153. S33, 4 20, S 60, 9 00, 10 95, 11 51 u m 1 sa Js. 5 04. 5 10. » 56 6 06, 7 06. 7 25, and*9 li'pîm'*, . . OÜuUoii, 7 0. 8 05. a.^m. \ A » ,9 » «n.l r„ 30 m - i or Cheater (express), l 55,4 8 50,9 00 11 51, a. in., 5 -14,05«, 7 (Ml, and 9 12 is m. . « cc .T"' T' i";t - ia a For New York (express), 1 55. 253, 11 k Ä ** f o'rNaw Cas*î"e™930 p. in., 12 oflnight, or Can* Charles, Old Foiuc Comfort and N01 folk, 12 01 uight. For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wy oming, Felton, Harrington, Drldgoville, gratnr-l. Laurel and Deluiar, 12 01 nighu llaltiuiore and WuHhiugtoii, 4 49, 8 01, 10 15 a. ui., 12 0*1, 12 .'<0. & 23, -6 03, 7 40, 8 20 p. m. a.:d 12 49 night. Baltimore ly, 6 0« p. tn. and 12 13 mihe. T.envo Phllade'.phln, Broad Wilmington (exprei-s), 3 69, 7 20, • Id, 11 Id a. m., 1219, 4 41, 5 03,6 57, 7 40, 8 35» 11 10 11 30 p. m., and 12 03night. Accommodation,« 35, 10 39 a. 1335, *05, 6 10, 8 38,10 03 and 11 33 p. For fu referred 40 u Information, passengers the ticket office station. (•) Congrewsonal Limited expr«««. fra In* I composed entirely of Pullmuu Vestibule ' Parlor and Dining C (ft Limited express train«, composed of, Pullman Vestibule Parlor Cara, Vestibule Car. juff. iger Coaches, and D CH AS. K. PUGH. General Mauagor. IOD. Gen'l Pass'ger Agt A ttention — persons desiring pure drug« and chemicals or Wittliing 1 their prescriptions or pnvute receipts npounded with pure mater- | ro to the drug s> . atvfullv tuls, should HKINGHUK8T. No. 317 Market mlneton. Del. _ t.Wil. EUCH ANT ■■■ Shipley BtceetH, Wlliutngton. Del. Ge clothiÛKcleansd.dyed, scoured, altera^ 11.1.1AM Mi KKN&1Ë Tailor, ». W. VV rum » * $7.50, a . der fre pat.—- - .. -. •pecaitl y. batisfaotloa guaranteed _ W ILMINGTON 9c NORTHERN SA1U ilO A L> COMPANY. Time IuUm effect December, A) 1891. * Wllmliirton CVrenrt station) for B. A O.Junoiion, Monta Gnyeucourt, Granogue. Coasart, ÇI >oril Junction, Pocopaon, VV ©at Cl Emhresville, Mortonvlilo, CoataVl ; 'y, a y'\oebura Junction, Springfield.! Birdeboro, Reading and ii.__ stations, dally axeept Sunday. 7 00 a. •"? P. ». HuncUy only. 817 a. m. tor B. A O. Junction. Montchania. Oar* encourt, Granogue. Cosoart, f'hadd'affer* 9 Junction, Potsopnun, West Cheater. Ron bree ville, Morton villo, Coatavllle, Waynae» burg Junction.Hpringflclii und'iutermedf Jons, daily except Sunday, at 40$ . Sunday only at 400 n. m. — oataville, Wi st Chester, and In* tennodlut.e station« dally except SuadSNl •' at h :« a. in. and 5 4a p. in. Trains Pa. sli For rive from Coatsvlll* Weal Chester and intermediate itutbms, 4*11» except Sunday at 712 a. in., arid 2 12 p. ». A. G. McCAllISLAND Superintend«»«» • DOWN ESS ISKIGGS, Gen. Pass. A|t Wyatt & Co lO PER CENT. REDUCTION IN WINTER UNDERWEAR. Chilly March winds will Boon be here. Why not buy under* 0 wear now that you need, and buy it at the prices " never offered before. You cannot wear it out tlris season but yoa will not have to buy next winter. 40 to ML 3$ 05» 5f 1% a 603 MARKET ST. Open nights. For Farmers l annvrsspring laopenlngand you all kinds of agricultural impie high grade fertilizer your interest sa You will to atop and see South Bond Chilled Plows. CELEBRATED Studebakor Farm Wagons» POTATO PLANTERS. Cucumber Wood Pumps. ! McCormick and Buckeye Stag! Mowers and Bindgyg* i REID'8 CREAMERIES. nu 55 | All kinds of Machine Repairs aS eelaltr ( __ Diok's Feed Cutters, Hay Tedder«, Con» Bhcllers, Harrows. Plowa Cultlvat**a Rollers. Tiger RuLi-s. Hoad CaÜ6% Wickle Fans, Clover aud Timot$y I , GRAIN m FERTILIZER SR1LLI O 25, and D. , Van boed, etc., eto. on 91« 43, 3(L 30, JOHN F. MCLAUGHLIN, 8. E. Cor. FRONT A SUIPUEY 8T8. WILMINGTON, DEL. Another Reduction in Flour 1 I now offer for sale a nay' brand "Matchless. This is a fancy patent; made from the very beat selected wheat, winch is noted for its health-giving properties. Try a samplo bag, for I9o. ? 1 1-6 barrel, (12* lba.) 88o 1-2 barrels, paoked, each $& Barrels, for Those are strictly prices and are very low. of Flour, th« than It. 33 17 808 40 4L $5.7 ». m.* 8C uw 01, 15 JAMES C. MORROW, 50, 12th and French Sts. Wilmington, Delaware. ulG-tf BICYCLES. Warrick Safety Cushion Tires 619$ New Mail Safety Cushion tire« $100. G a)** Sut et y Cushion Tiros $95. Gales Bafeto : Solid Tires $85. Gales Safety $0 ta a( ■ wheel« $t2. Con'pleia lino 01 BundKl*# EDWARD MELCHIOR 214 KING STREET. a and Sporting El lit. U91 for 31, 3H 1 , it, a. S33, - 00 m. „ a t"» ** 01, 40, Id 10 G. P. MARONEY f NO. 509 SHIPLEY SL Wilmington, Delaware. Ifar e. Repair*«* m27-lyd-Wf N« ptly Doue. CHAS. T. GEBLER, SIGN PAINTER I 508 SHIPLEY STREET. Neat Work X Low Trices. fW» FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING —AND— MARKLEY'S CLOVE FITTING SYSTEM TAUGHT BY In* I ' of, MRS. M.M.DEVOU f 623 W. 4th 8t. J*t# WM. C. GUTIIKIfi, CONTRACTOR AND BUA«i HU««tTBriS 1 Estimates cheerfully furnished. | Guarante W I20M Ileal«! St., o HARRY SCHLICK, ■■■ Stalls Nos. 110 to lis Eighth St Marfe a% Butter. Eggs and Poultry. Fruit and CountryPyoTOt Goods Delivered In a . Gama in 8eason.