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PUB LISHED DAILY (Exckpt Hundat)
THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING,
B. E. COIL THIRD AND KING SI'S.,
THE REPUBLICAN PRINTING AND
PUBLISHING CO.
loitered at the postomeo at Wilmington,
Del. as second-ulass mull immer.
IVKUNKMlAV, MARCH 2. 1802.
Tlie Orrat Contest.
The Republioan party of Delawaro
never bad a greater contest on hand
than it has now, and will have until
the 8th of November. It will be a
fight against election frauds all thu
tray through. The enemy is
scrupulous and will stop at nothing
to gain his ends. The Democratic
party too is u unit, its life in Delaware
depends upon a victory next Xu\x._
ber, and a victory next November
depends upon tho most gigantic as
sessment and election frauds ever
Conooctad. In tho perpetration of
these frauds the party Is united from
Hon. Thomas F. Bayard down to
"schooner" Long, who is unavoidably
absent from tho State at the preseu t
time.
nail
Tho Republican» have not only tlio
Democratic part y In its entirely backed
by fraud to contend with but thoy will
have every inch of the way from the
»sseestmens to tho ballot box. The
whole machinery or elections is in tho
hands of unscrupulous* politician».
Wherever thore is a Democratic assass
in Hie city tho Republican» have
been loft off and they have now to
fight their way to John T. Dickey, Re
ceiver of Taxes, to pay their taxes.
Then they will lmve to force their
way before unfriendly registrars, and
if they succeed in gotting registered
they will have to ruu the winding
guuntlots of
at
in
ed
a
tor
Australian ballot sys
tem, and then comw tho ballot-box.
1 is a thorny one with scarce
ly a friendly face along the whole lino.
But these hindrances should only
make the Republicans moro deter
mined to break through all these
Democratic barrier» aud gain the vic
tory.
S3'
ed
One good victory will bring in-lo
pondence, bring justice, bring honesty
and constitutional reform,
publioun party ha» t«j make the fight.
Cot only for its own exi»tcn>'-e but for
the exiotenc-o of principle» and doe
trine» and boliefs which it sprang into
existence to advocate. The musse» <>:
the Republican party believe In tho
principles of tho party and make noth
ing of mon. Tho party hi» the right
to command down all personal aspi
ration», all petty ambitions, all fac
tional strife and call Info action all or
its best Impulsen, all It a highest
poBOb, all its unsoltUht
party will do this victory
crown i ta oiTorta und It» tiw.
put upon tlie page of
»tamp of tho people's reprobation of
% greatjMlllvhl crime
Tho He
i
pur
it the
will
Will
f"
history tho
AVon't lnveBttjafp.
The Every Evening backs 6qunre
out. We offered it the only open hon
est plan by which It could ascert
Whether the liciitiou
Rimes publish
ed by tho Tb-.i-r
postod assessment fiats but it de -iim*»
our offer. It would have boon a very
•asy matter for Mr. Humphrey t-> hn\ c
;<»ded to our offer for th ) a
msntofa omuiltte® to investi*»».--'
the posted asses'-.m«nt, butor t
t)or seems to want no in —
lie says, "wo hav » n«.t.. i .
fj-ate," ami Birth r that tlie
bet won
tho
•''igb

quest.!,
. i anil A She-
* m
(
O'Hara." D
fact in tho face of the following
the Every Evening:
this appi'ur t o
tin
"i hey w. e thev
1
»Tr. Solomoi
Iruly surpri
plotlti
seems tu huv
©f."
He
i.
a
rd
I
• We do not th : k Mi
thing to do v. . i, i !,.- ,,
the paragraph «jid-u-I is the ,
or Mr. Humphrey :
Mr. Uersey. We , ■ -, i
duo® a copy ■ -f » a
to bo examined ;
m It too fur the i rpo.-,
the list of lictii
In tho Jlnn ri
list But Mr II : pm
wo have m
eedo to
**I Tarn has anv
'
•tion i
t'w fji.l.-i... i
I
There is nothing left f «r .
v than to re
li»t? of the fir t
d<
or*, f ha
P 'v
ind ~i
tallied evoi y li.d:' pc.s
S lid more :
l.o tlie
;:ii'i'du*d
ml th -
lurned
the ass* «mu«'JF ; ; «- !«••!
Will the I .
BOiSl't-pl '—IF
public i i. !
our offei to i
tion?
•H. I l a
!a' 1
tho i
an lmn
Bit I
Thf.j.e w. .
plnc<)d upon
li •
»*ei«) all tf v
•ras not 1.» ;
three ti. . .
meats wi, ..i
pu Un
«d p. r-»-»i. • ■«
i .
w re put
n jva'ei l-iy.
Ti I
Court
will apply
opportunity n. ybo 'y
'J ti a m ! th is y
•f*
im; r
riirei
Waidj
0 vary few 1
• ho
1 ■
•t
-fvrap.«
•nt but thoy
-« thoy are
k^Bnnot vd*(
Mtessed, and
sxpress some ■ liub-e for
at the head of th*« i.n
who ars
usittfsn ImmFl:;
yk
>• to gt
id ■
tho
i
Ip h.»
Lot
pa of the best citlz^D-hip.
fte««p-p 1 attend t
•1 the
eiy.
t is attended to the bcttei.
"k
tiu'y
K
° A
Hd
soldi
that
Dots.
Go to Reed's new instalment store
for cheap Furniture and Carpets.
Bliipl y street. N. K. Keed. ramnagor.
Miss Mamie Wingate, of Hockessln,
is tho guest of Miss Whltoruft, at the
central llotol.
Marshal MuhalTy libeled the sloop
John Frazer, at Bower's Beach
Monday afternoon, in order to secure
u claim of John Fagan for repairs.
Mrs. J. Frank Hall has published
oiler of $50 for tho best design of
otllelol badge for tho Hoard of Lady
Managers of the World's Fair.
Mr. William Gosnell, 1 ho nows denl
Teuth and Orange streets. who
has boon quito ill for the past two
weeks, is much improved In houltli
and will be about in a few days.
Win. M. Field writes from California
that tho weather Is very pleasant at
this 1 imo, that ho
and his trip has been very enjoyable in
all respects.
For Buckwheat at 4 conta per pound,
or 7 pounds for 85 cents, go to J.
Jerome Smith*, N^rthenet corner,
Fourth and binploy streets, Wilming
ton. Del.
BOG
'I
city
liiiid
at
will
me
ness
in good health.
( oiton seed meal $1 per ton lower,
clso decline in price of hr
Aorn feed. It y
liest Hour i
nail Bros., No. 101 Marvlund avenue.
Write, what shall T write? Why write
that Dr. Simms' wj lie pulmoui
is the greatest
Born throat, tho grip,
timriu and lung diseases,
druggist».
Ilnur and
barrel of
market order from Tut
want
dred
tarrh
est,
tacks
25
Hal
coughs,
cramp, dlph
Sold by
Ollleo. 4'J2 Market street.
of 1'lymouth,
Montgomery county, has accepted a
call to the Brand vwiue Baptist Fhurch
at i.'hadd» Ford. l'.t., ut which place
Rev. Mr. llaldemau commenced his il
lustrious pulpit cureer.
Mr. A. J. Springer advertises his
highly broil Hambletonlan stallion In
her column, which is smd hv
horsemen to bo as line a broil horse as
in the connu-; . Ile has also purchas
ed a half-sister to Bellman, which is
a llyor.
Dr. Simms* White Pulmonic Balaam
stauds the beet aud is tho b—
Tliio.il and Lung medicines m
more recommendations th:
other and will positively
e
than
was
with
ti»
also
ever
dirt
L
it
ad«; lias
. F logent
tor the grip, coughs, Ao. Sold by reg
ular druggists. oilice. 422 Market St.
with
IS i
time
S3'
s aainorum, A bridge construct
Wfa«> fail to
ed to help thO:
that Old yaul's Pile Ointment is all
o of that painful
• box.
was
L*«st
thoy need for the
diocUbO. the piled. 25 cent» I
Tl»e Levy
Nearly the whole of the time yes
icupled *l.y th»)
-s upon tue
'I'r
Levy t
assHbsmonte. Ai »out t'rJ names w**ut
dunn „ I he day.
In the
•jinoon
placing iu
-moon. I'rosi lent Bucking
-••■I the lollowing stami
he.
i
mg com;
Attorney. « lerk aud Sheriff Messrs.
Hutchison, Jolis and F.
lull Commissioners—Messrs. Clark,
Simpler and Sutl
Members' Allowances - -Messrs. Lila-,
. Jolla and Simpler. •'
Infcpeotora and Assessor»—Messrs.
Grubt-. Clark and .Tolls,
Magistrates and ( 'opstaMos Messrs.
•Suttu... Hutchison an l Grubb.
.0 1'hysiH
Slmplec, Clark and ..i
Overpaid Tuxes-Messrs. Jolis, Gillls,
Sutton.
Filming and Ktntl«»n-ry - Messrs.
Buckingham, i lark ami Hickman.
- Messrs.
S
six
Sunday Seho. i
- MerelS.
Eliasou and .Simpler.
Ml«cHllan«a
Hi.tel.
A j «pi « «vnl of Bowls"-Mc»srs* Buck
ingham, Jails ai.d Klinsou.
•Ivor «)f Bonds of Collectors—
Messrs. Klllgoi-eand BiiukFigham.
pc;tutors of the pro
John T. Dickey anil
Frank Mt-fJoskey. At 3.50 o'clock,
f" rt « Ijourued until 10 o'clock till»
iug.
KxiHjiulitut-os—Messrs.
. Gillls aiet Hick
i.
:
b-J
.Ging
Inter»
I :
»•mains of
-1 yobtmda
tnti
J III t v. !
. Hi) was
■g V. rkdl
trade,
n the paint slio
d 1
of the F . W. .V F.. K.
y years,
1er tho cointnnnd I
t 11. Taylor, |
, ns did ai
h painters,
• ;
tun
I on the ...
*n fr ; in lie
o'ige. i ipiec
wusamem «dr
I
• :
(
iiln-iai
mi.
Ih- in!eriii*'
•»y. 4he
«1
at h
ml
.
bsuqtilrfs
del taker
«1er
Bin
Ti.«) I
the farm if
the
r the hit*
ai. i. Win.lh
I
l.'iiisyl vunia

»■y
«I uant ity
'
Ti
or
■ lilt. Is bl
: «»f nn in«'«:
•pose« I
«liarv.
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«I.
I in)
Mutual.

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i
, mi j |
er
at
I "■'«
Ml I.,
pr«*H
T h
Hi ««I
«i 1«
!■••«,veimmt
if
•I vet ro
; i
F i
>M'd
die b
i
I*T
\ :\. ui
•b uggist
at
Tl •«
,-rp.it !■••!'
1! «»
pi riwr
b
-«»id
.
«•ui- h<
1 1
'♦ Mai
■' P
f.' p
■it« f":)i«*. « .
! i.i't until
, ust ' I
ft.od Is n dre
l r j* i
d i j
uHriii. !
! n
•t
b«*li • ;
I.«
■■!-■'. :« l u.ir'h a
J. *J
■I S
id ■
I.r'«k -.'
• -r! Ii
P '
. U Mttll ll Ul .
! 1
• pays 3 •
1 tags.
100 fo; 1'«
-
Tohac.j
The Btrset and Hewer toHUuliiiO
JlSîiiï? ÄZ SL'htÄf
3SSH& S
m-nle,I »iHï ortwe?l nuiUkh« Lï™' to
tiu'y ropoitiMl that during tho woolt Iio '
K 00 ''Srkot *'Â^ Ud l o,?n'J e , r , k uf
àmountfng to ,Tm" l0U "N«'- 110 ""
° A rumiiuinicatiorrwÂ, «ooivW from 1
s'ä ä mä Mugoü
lhhawmo "«vonifo 1 * nnd *r«nt B h 'street's
Hd 0 o'uoâo,mto n th"o t Uyo, ,uoumî it
soldi ora' monument to the Water hmn. |
miasion, and tho elder engineer of
that department will ((ttuud to ihla
removal.
'I tie chief ongineer and survey
Instructed to prepare plans of grades
adjoining Silvcrbrook outside of the
city limits.
Flaue and specifications wore pre
sented by Engineer Hatton, for tho
liiiid story addition to iho building
at Sixth and King streets,
will be asked for and the
me need as soon
omble.
After transacting some routine busi
ness tho meeting adjourned.
F.sti mates
rotk
tho weather is lav
a
a
Poor humanity! twenty-four hun
dred disouocs attack It, of which ca
tarrh
est, hut Old Saul's Catarrh Cure at
tacks and kills these enemies. Only
25 cents.
ed
S.
d inHuonzuureuhinil Liu* inrun
Need» « leaning.
As soon as th!
e losen, I lie c
thorough cleaning, as it is dirtier
than it 1ms boon si:
was built. The window
with lly
ecsbion of oourt
rt room should hnvn a
the Court Um
.. to such
Impossible T
Tho carpots
I thorougidy
uimmntof Hwcoping c;
I ialod il U si
!<*, IT
cxti'iit that it is alim
through them
lad, year.
ti» s
also need taking up
shaken.
•j.
ever get. ilia
dirt out or them. The attention of the
L > V 1 "Ul ! is called Io this inatler.and
it is hoped that it will bo attended to.
"Said a gouttom
'•old or cough g
comes, but I lmd n
1 ill®
presenoo: 1
a it
aim lly let
a
t
y bod
flora«)
worked 1
me along
with it. s<> to prevent it 1 went to Dr.
IS i in in s' b
time ago,
thought it wanted to tal
bottle of bis •
white. Pulnioiiie Balsam, used it ae- j
cor»ling to dir»- -fions and the cough a,
was gi ue and I was left. It is tho in
L*«st lung medicine in tho world. of
•o and got
WAN AM.)
It'».
v. Wednesday, Mar.
181*2.
to
Our grcutrSilk Stock. The
chief of tho Silks jmta the
wildest gymnastics in des
cription of tho stock—its
jvastness and its beauty.
There is enthusiasm in tho
Transept. And there should
he. No reasonable
or U 1 F
reasonable demand can be
made on our Dress Silks
that the stork will not satisfy.
Absurdity only might be dis
appointed.
And this explains why the
of Silk counter
space is insufficient to nc
connnodate the throngs of
buyers and why the sales
show handsome per cents of
gains every day. A casual
review shows 111 sorts of
S ilks for Full Dress Evening
Wear; of Blacks and Blacks
white figures, E-cg
■os; of India Silks, sixty
igus, some with sixteen
colorings to a ih . ign, which
gives a choice of at least
six hundred varieties. Then,
too, there am novelties of
300 irrt
I . ,
| Wltll
ipiec
«dr si
•M it j ï ■ » 1 * 1-1 •):■{. Tho prie*. -s
from nth* for chon nest
India to sl() for tin
bullion i )amnsso. As a whole
rieiiesl
ahsolulo compl*. t- iifsh;
lli
dvtiiil just the sliiulc, .jualiiv
or sort lor every want.
L pholr.ierv.
Thoro
lire
i rlorit s to fell of Diet
Lurtiims ainl we'll tell them
today. Ju nt
| now a touch Ujton thu choap
er N'ottinglmm goods with
whivli the stot'k is amply
What think you of a
devout pair of Curtains for
DO cents i After them others
at «! 10, Sl.:j{|, Ç1 50, gl..
^d.50, Si.75,
oil, Ç1, $1.50.
I
h';t not
too,
lill.tl.
i
• ),
■). «^5. h() and sG.
\\ r 1 liiVr hail prepare tl in
I*T 11 *_'■];! u l au ihn. trait tl <• \i\
if the principal styles
ogile t
at tin se prices!.
copy in the upholstery store
or as!; hv mail. In cither
A i,k fur a
«»
•:lse we 11 he glad to
give It
Is or the
eatiimgiio, or hoth, will ti ll
the storv better than news
i
to \ III.
1 1 • t) r types.
I'lie stramship Collingliam
Bee. Ill, lias
York via
A good share of
is ot China Mat
as—imported di
so Mattings will
' I be in stock in a few days.
John Wana.makkb.
from Cliiiia,
i just li'aclli il W
j Su« a Canal.
! her cai'Do
jtin^H tor
! n et.
Mr Beerbrower of ISM W«h
SKrSÄÄ
to . Illld lbs l >" u *> of llis >' oun <f
' î.'irthdlv^o'he'fi'ugUcïïdut oMihurum
Sfta pî■o„A\ "V L Ü. "into thinT
thoy rnm«. Tho coinpnny llumoillute
1 "KÄ,™ by
[g?" i "''°
„f® ?or tbe mnör mi'in ,li<l " nn0 8U|> '
"Î recelvo.1 many
| fifàîw m oîoïmi v^hiiUi'dîi vs **Am îna
!," > l h and wi k' i 1
[S"£ C ""' UobsuÙ! vml|,dà™' Ml«
Hattie Hobson: Mr. J. Brooks: Mr. II.
Greoti; Mr. I). ITguharf, mind reader;
Miss M. Conner; Miss M. Hope; Mr. A.
l'roston. MissAlico Boorbrowor sang
many pieces; Miss Kvu Hourbi-ower;
Miss Saille, orgunist, and Mr. and Mrs.
Beerbrowor.
Surprise Party.
be
ppititf
lio urn
irning, when thoy muruhod to
"If humor, wit, nnd honesty could
«tv«'' from the ills llesil is heir to, what
a good price they'll bring in the mar
ket. Well, twenty-live cents will buy
a panacea Salvation Oil.
ic lint itllal ion.
The first public installation of ofTl
cers of tin* Ancient and illustrious Or
der Knights of Mulla was hold last,
evening, by Brandywine Fommandery
No. 51, at their hull In the Masonic
Temple. Deputy Supreme Comman
der Holiert Kemmn and stall' conduct
ed the ceremonie», and installed the
following otlicors for the ensuing
term :
S K. C., Stephen Browslor;G., Frank
S. Stone; C. G , Alonzo Fdirb inks; It.,
iu. Owens;
It. Fox; S. \\\. Edw.ud
:•(. W., N. G. Severson; 1\, Wiu.
nthenrt : guards, James Stackatill
A l*i
Jolin T. Mlllogun; A. R.. W
T , Wiilii
Pri
•j. « aincan : guiirus, j
ami Kichunl N. Miller.
_
The c.
olomn nnd
impressive
eluded
I niter they
entertainment wgs given.
Are V.
Thinking ?
Are yi
•onsidori
hat would be
Minent, for
■ant sumo
-, «listin-iivo and
»Ost aal 1-faction, you
I tasteful
If you
a proper
your family lot ?
t hing t hat is
give v
(lie
should call at, the
of
• «co. L. Jones, No. Hk* West K.ghth
j street, and see drawings of ni<»«.ii-rn
a, ul antique dr.-q
in teres ..
of anything in this line.
U is for vm.r
o thinking
If v
Tlie rominen«-«
«•f !.. i;t.
As thi- i<) \sh Wed
the commotiecnicut
nrknd
of i
,t
<1
•re held in all tin
Episcopal «
I Fat hollo 1'liilivlies. lor Lheeiibu
ing forty day» the faithful will live up 1
to lh«> strict; loquircmo
churc.i. and meut will b
p ertain day» an
:
th,.
«I in specUluJ
except
case».
wholesale
cl's, Boiilhw»'»-t cunior
Markot streets.
.«ted peanuts by oloctrlclt y
I retail, ut liêwis i tig
bixiu and
w. i
ip i
Thousands of tho celebrated
Tty
A Bio., 4 E.
Market
factureU In II. F. Bt
becond streut. 5c. Try on®.
Fine and
oat«, live
bmith's, IT
Hum oat ru on I
rolled !
roots. * I
•I. ;
tli and Shipley
Jones'Hungarian Flour, by all odds |
Hie finest Hour. $7 per l.;ur«'î, at J. J.
Smith's, Fourth
d S!uploy streets.
enoTora-notriius, |
ho season i
•dy will relic
ornmps,
dim i h« ca.
then
as prompt and
Depot 4th
N
No re
id King hired.».
T'r. Simm-s'
•l** llv
•mng :
PlU**.
vog.-i
:
d patri
le.- -, m ; I
i*cot ii\cr
IlliCht
•die
»• great eouu
trv.
The bed
l:
raftl».'
Duibti
;
<>i
do . -i, .
I'etlt«-:- I
fl. I loli-liid'h
»••■ut, \^ilmin^
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Del.
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I PHILADELPHIA |
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INSITUTE
I 629 CHESTNUT STREET.
You Cannot Afford to Trifle with
You r Eyes.

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«• Wiikoi- 1er
all hly 1rs
und Id
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a
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ll
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DR. GOSLIN,
DENTIST
Shipley sheet, cor, Eighth.
Teeth ^S.oo ami $io.
Teeth filled with gold and gold j
and platina, $i t oo and
Teeth extracted without pain,;
25c. and 50 cents.
Gas. either or cocacinc.
a set.
IK
27ter*'* liaht ahead for the women who
stmer. if tnoy'll only turn towards It.
There s a auaranteea remedy for all the
delicate derangements, chronic weak
nesses, and painful disorders that muke
wotnen miserable. It s Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription—and it makes wotnon
healthy and strong.
It's a legitimate medicine that's purely
vegetable and jierfeotiy harmless-a pow
erful general, aa well all uterine, tonic and
nervmo, ronowing and invigorating the
entire system. It. regulates and promotes
all tho proper functions ..f womanhood, &
improves digestion, enriches tho blood,|
Äft^ÄKÄjSt*
ing-down sensations, nervous rrostra
one thats so sure and certain that it caul
be guaranteed. If it doesn't beuoflt
cure, you have your money back.
YOU CAN HAVE
YOUR TEETH EXTRACTED
Wilmington, l>oi.jlll£^'
'"'"""5th
without pain nt
5811 Market Sf.
A
wji
Ee:t Teeth Mado
$8. $8, $8,
$8, S8.
TEETH EXTRACTED 25C.
WITH VITALIZED AIR 50C
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Toeth filled with gold
Teeth " with silver
TEETH CLEANED
$1,
73c
73c
SURGEON DENTIST,
<1 rosi.!«
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S.H. STAATS
Cambric and Nainsook
In Bomo entil'dv new and
Embroideries,
beautiful patterns.
Torchon, Medici«, French,
and Oriental
LACES
Cotton Tviniiiiiipj
An elegant assortment,
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No. 405 Market St.
WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
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J. 13. MAUTLN,
Furnihliing Undertaker and Em
balmer,
NO 607 SHIPLEY STREET.
to promptly
W Night calls alLeu«l
:
JOSEPH HAINES,
Landscape Gardener,
Moving and Plautiugof Trees a specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Office 249 N. Third Street,
Philadelphia.
Branch Office 802 Jackson St.,
Wu.MiMJTON, Del.
wholesale and retail dealer Inhutitcr.cggs
elieese und poultry. iWo have
ffoll butter from 20 to 80 cents per pound,
& win bo to your own udrautuge tu glvo
hl,n 11 '' un -
51, 52 and 53, Third
Street Market, Wilmington, Del.
Telephone 680.
ml-lmd-4tw*
W. H. McGARRITY,
fire being-carried away Gaily in Clotli
l>oi.jlll£^' and Gent's Furnishing Goods at
and Market streets. For two rea
sons wc have to sell tlie goods at once.
First reason, they were more or less
damaged by the recent fire. And tlie
second reason, as the contractor intends
to commence to tear down tho building
on or about March 20tli, we will have
to get out. So I intend to make lively
prices on every article in tho store as I
jwould rntlicr move the cash than the
^ 1
goods. Now it you do not procure bar
gains it will be your own fault as every
article must go at a price that will
make it move.
Overcoats and heavy goods sold at
price. Children's Suits from $1.25
to $^.40, formerly sold at $2 and $0.50.
Fifteen hundred pairs Knee Pants,
from 15c to 80c, formerly sold at 40c
and $1.50.
Remember this is no slmm sale as tlie
'mo
proof is l-iglt there. And should you buy
anything here and are not entirely sat-!
isfactory, bring it back and Ave will ox-J
change it or
money.
Open every Evening until 0 o'cloek,
Saturday 11.
cheerfully refund
T. H. Pennock,
I
WHITËIËflD
FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS, !
W i ! .MING TON, DELAWARE.
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Arsd Colors In Oil.
STRICTLY PURE
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ARE THE BEST.
Town a Hid Country
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Harrison Bro's. & Co's Are The Best.
ONLY SEL'. NG AGENTS IN THIS SECTION,
J. 11 HUDSON & GO
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Cor. Front & Market Streets
Wilmington, Del.
Dealers in Paints, Oils, Vrnislies, Brushes Ä r c.
f l.'M-It-rod
t*|
i Granite State Provident Association.
ASSETS OVER $500,000.
I Interetjt 2{ percent, on real estate loans,
small monthly payments.
Payable in
OLD, SAFE and BELTAJîr.E !
W. V. TUXBURY, GENERAL AGENT,
No. I W. SEVENTH STREET. Wilmin K ton, Dal
f96 eoa
:
Abdallah, l f
Sire of O'niounls. 2 27 8-4
and 3 others in 2 M and
better.
Hambletonlan. 10,
Blre of Pester. 2 17
and 40 others la 2 30
and better.
Lancewood, 440, \
Hire of Lancowood, 2 29 1-4
Punnet. 2 39 1-2
I.ady Dixon,
Look wood, 2 38
Devlin's Unknown. 2 19
and several others In 2 80
and bettor.
' Chas. Kent Mare.
(American 8tar, 14,
Sire ol' Widow Maohro*;.
2 29 and 3 others In 2 ^0
and better.
Hambletonlan, IO,
Sire of Nettle,
and 40 others
and better.
ABD-EL-KADER,
Lady Rockafellow,
No. I 03B4
Squire Talmase« 1 ^
Pire of Neva,
Strader 11.
12 30
a to i-2 .
and six others in 2 30 LadyTalmagc,
and better. 1 Uy American Star, 14,
sally Hicks,
Almont, 33,
Piedmont, 217 14
31 others
and better.
Mel rose.
Blre
9 80
ABD-EL-KADER, No I 03S4, Bay Horse. 15-3 hand* high, f na lcd 1KR7;
nnd a natural trotter; will atand for a tew approved marcs this Spring
privilege.
llninblctonlan bred of t.lio highest degree
1 Summer. Terms, $'»0.00, time of service with return
M, A. J. SPRINGER, 215 W. Front street, Wilmington, Delaware.
i2~6td-ltw
The Century Columbia
A light wheel for any weight rider.
A pneumatic tiro guaranteed against
bursting or leaking, nnd which can bo
repaired in five minutes if it punctures.
You know what Columbias are.
NO EXPERIMENT ABOUT THEM.
Stop in nnd look at the wheel, try it and take a cata
logue home with you.
McDaniel & merrihew cycle co.,
No. 1011 MA HR IT STKLKT, Wilmington, Del.
21-tf
NOW IS YOUR time:.
Wo have just gottentlirougli taking
stock and findlots of odd suits which
we have marked away down. These
suits are first class in every respect per
fect in style and fit, but only having
one or two suits of a kind, we will
sell them at a sacrifice. Call and se
cure one of these bargains before they
are all gone. Wo are offering a dis
cout on
□VERCDATS
OF 10 PER CENT.
BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
NO. 213 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
thoijugiis & Dauidson, Prop's.
Telephone No. 608.
]J.—Store open every Tuesday «and Saturday evenings.
JOSEPH STOECKLE'S
DIAMOND STATE
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LAGER BEER
- AND—
PORTERBRIWERT
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Oflleoand Brower.
N. W. Cor. Fifth ami AilatusstS.,
Telephone 1«3.
Shipping a Speciality. Absolute purity guaranteed. Our Beer and Fort«
lue especially recommended for medicinal
Depot an«! Saloon.
Nos. k'.i and -JT» King St.
Telephone i W
1
Now is the time to have your papering done cheap.
AH paper bought of H. D. HOLT, 213 W.
SECOND STREET from now until March 10th will be hung
Be sure anti cut this out so you will get
free of charge,
the right place.
HARRY D. HOLT,
213 WEST SECOND STREET.
W I LM INGTON, 1 ) K LA W A HE.
LaORIPPE
and tho distressing cough loft belilnd
• olVectualiv rolitved by taking
It«
VALET COUGH SYRUP,
•led and valuable remedy
for couglis, <*i»l«lfl, croup, hoarseness,
•hill» and all affections of tlio
Price 20
the old
throat, chest and lungs,
cents a bottle. Prepared only by
mm: s. smith, Dmjjist,
Opposite 1). Jfc O. Depot.
Drlnwnro Aveuno ami Dul'ont Street,
jiW-lra
RICHARD E. LOVELL,
Store 705 W. Eighth St,.
Dealer In city dressed beef, mutton and
veal of the tinost <|ii.»illy. Also Hoopoe
■husa^e nnd scrapple and a full line of
canned goods delivered free. Telephon«
458. rart-Of
Anyonehnviug property they
desire sold at
Public Sale
Will please send particulars
of sumo to us for our
Public Sale the
middle of
March.
HERLD & GG.
L. W. STIDHAM & SONS,
AUCTIONEERS,
prepared to cull public
ur perso 1 ml property in city
lliiliPHt dubIi price paid tor
of real
country
kinds of second baud furuiture.
Telephone 633.
STIDHAM & SON.
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