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have who DAlLT akom Sund.t) THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING, will pay a OO*. THIRD AND K1MÜ STS. TSR BSrUBUCAN PRINTING AND iff PUBLISHING UO. jMttfsea at the postolhce at Wilmington, S M a« second-class um U matter. to not the FRIDAY. MARCH 18. The Tax Office Disturbance. TV occurrences at the fm* Into which John T. Dickey has ^liBnaltted his clothing store to be oon npwrted, were nothing more than what J&lght have been expected ns the re , suits of a long continued »erlös of In •oll» and indignities to the laborers >; and mechanic» of this city who prefer * to belong to the great Republican / party. The violence that , ed feature of the closing of the three haare graciously permitted for hun dreds of Republicans to pay their V- taxes, while to be sincerely regret tod, üb"* open to apologies when the which led to It are taken i nto nty tax cut a mark* y< You too out consideration. £T To John T. Dickey'» disreputable coure» aa a public county official. charged with the reception of the peo pie'» taxes, is to be credited ths cause Tru». We of of yesterday's disturbance. ' George J. Finds was the collector of E||-4k*Uliquent tuxes yesterday,but though IK.x'ltobhould have been more Independent he was but the deputy or rather the pf automaton of John T. Dickey and ha ; (Dickey) is responsible for It all. Ur. Finck alone if left to hla reflections but 6 the do would not hav» aetc.l as he Attempted &.yesterday afternoon. He Is a the masses of the people himself, and his sympathies uro with them, but be Lad » boes and he had to obey him. The whole course of John T. Dickey Rince hla appointment aa Receiver of Ë-: Taxes by Governor Reynolds has been |e' marked by tho most flagrant acts of bipartisanship and injustice to Republi can poll tax-payers. In fact his very fc -appointmont to the office he disgraces was against the indignant protest of the decont reform element of his own jpMrty. » He was appointed by Governor Rev Holds because it was supposed lie hud the nerve to bo a political dictator, a tyrant who would trample upon the rights of the Republican poll tax-pay dr by preventing him from qualifying to exercise the elective franchise,while he made it easy for Democ ratic poll taxables to qualify, while for us to particular! point out how he .has done this, his f tricks are well known to hundreds of of to a It is not worth and to Republicans in rural N well Castle in the city of Wilmington. Ho made his clothing store the tax office, occupying both the lower and so etorles. It f inoet inconvenient place for tax payers, but it suited John L T. Dickey's purposes and ho would ■„move to other office though the •entent Court had a titled up ior him in the When his term ns pra P&iC I r Ooutt house. •elver of taxes expired,and he appoint Col etill made •d George J. Finck lector of taxe* the latl Delinq his headquarters in Dickey's clothing •tore, where he Immediate ould be ul-r the roll I« Finok's next ntep w hours only in which tired Republic had a chance to pay their luxes, ;o of 1 ,t boas. to appoint 12 i s twelve ho poll taxables alone Bothiug of the Democrats. \vh might s. This a direct insult to po!i tav act which vrant to pay in th<^ Itself payers, Consistency, be eoustruei int station for them not to attempt some and pay their Three of those twelve hours w doled out yesterday Borno throe hundred or kfteruoo and ore itepubli mns called to pay their taxes. Seeing the crowd in Titlr.g, scores of Repu; licans looked inside - rent without making any farther attempt lo pay their taxes. Under the imme diate eyes of John T. Di -key and Ex City Auditor, John A. Mil- hell, Mi. Fiuck commenced the reception of taxes at the rate of about hour, btrlct and rigid hoi d precisely at o'oloek. when Finck closed his books nearly one hundred many of them with dinner pails nnd baskets on their arms, wailing to pay their taxes. Is it any wonder a row ensuedV The-o came to pay tlielr taxea nnd tiiey wanted to do« It. They did m>t euro whether it was 2 o'clock, 4 o'clock or • o'clock, they lost a half day from ihelr work and did not want to bu •Ifcnppoiuted. The attempt of Auditor Mitchell to eject the crowd by violence, Invited self which resulted i esipts bad to be kept, -City attack up him egh sago, the fleeing of John ']'. Dickey out of tii» real French indow and Colieeto Yiuck up the btairway to thu story. We sincerely regret ail this but what more could be What, has happened? The pool e de mand thrir rights ati-i they intend t have them. A reason«t»'< to collect tiie taxeô would dieposiii •oided the disgrace of yesterday, a disposi tion not to collect th led to it. iio •is tance to tyranny und oppression follows to day i it did in th day» of the revolution will b* id the suit tie Tiie li -honored Notre Dnrne, Bal timoré, Ml. We have had ample,,,,, portunity to convince ourselves of the efflcacy of Salvation Oil. We clioerrui ly submit our names to the public a= reference. Eespedfully, Sisters of Notre Darce. Aisqulth and Eager Stu., Baltimore. Md. The Othello Hin^« has no sspstior. If v tlon buy it. J. C. JuL Market art-set, agent*. want perfec <Sc bon, 225 Flu Crayons Oaaranteed 10x20in boautlful frame« •3 and up. Wo ill. 7th street «kl A. Srd stras;. J. A. Z»bley, ; Artist. A Woft to Collector Ti»ek. Mr. George J. Finok, Delinquent Collector of County taxe«; If you have any disposition to make an honest collection of taxes from those who are the can Ing ing On teen ship of aiutouc to pay the same, you will hive to make a change in your arrangement». Your notice of twelve hour» for twelve hundred people to pay their taxes In, Is an insult to the people themselves. You should have made It twelve days, from 3 to 5 o'clock oach afternoon and from 7.30 to 9 o'clock each evening. You sliou Id not have your tax oflloe In John T. Dickey's »tore. Ti places store. You the taxes, not collect, Mr. Dickey's Ideas to the con trary notwithstanding, e under are plenty of • suitable than a clothing appointed to collect how few you can x obligation» to Mr. Dickey whatever, and the sooner you cut yoursell loose from him aud be your the l»e1tor it will be for . You have bonded to him for the y< laxos you colled and when you*4>ay nty treasurer,those is gii tho do ami try, er to him, tuxes he has You have be more to do with you. Mr. Dickey's cat-paw too long already to pull his chestnuts here out of tire lire, be your ow after ve yourself from trouble. We give you this advice in the kindest of spirit, hoping that you will will Ke pt it in the same spirit. cost ber Ti chance to pay county taxes 1 to 4 o'clock, will be next Monday fr but Mr. Finck will, 6 o'clock to receive taxes. doubt, sit until Wo eay to the Republicans or Wilmington have said before, bo on band early and Rot y do not leavo until y paid. If Uiocollectors will uotreoeiv tuxes them, that is their lookout. The trials the conference, tho fracas in the tax-office, the snow storm, tho big lire this Court, the Levy Court and the City Council make ning,the Superior interesting local paper to-day. City »until. City (' last evening presidin noil met iu regular session ith President Denson called The roll d tiie f tlie last stated meeting a i upprt ; •ead The ci or reported a bal banks expenses, and tho •o of in tho var to II lit of cui I deposit. Of #44ti4.tW a him» Union National Rank. Ho also report oucivud tho following ed Tilg nte: 'lax Collector Mitehell, 5*31(1: John J Mi-ally, f 100; City Auditor Iiilluny, t i interest from bank* tL'4.b0. A communic-ati aud weived fr Corn miss the Stro blatlng the streets lliey intend to pav and improve this year, und the <• Sew nk-ution wi l'resident Ben? tho May t<> umend public economy Unit it is ■derod to bo iilod. announced t.lmt di naii co had fiignod tho dlnance in relation to ces, and law. »lion of Mr. Colton, 12S.U8 ■ order of the of the Board of Education, lor the monthly appro priation. Mr. Colton called up for a third read Ing, theordlnanco creating u loan or $2;K>,000, for the Newer Commissi f • drawn in inv yaml treas R of the Street . . at a rate of not ore tliwn -I 1 ' per cent, into When tl:o first section wui 8 read Mr. i Colton •ed to utrike serf 4 per cent, interest, I the motion wus carried. Mr. Murray said that and Sower Commissi aibly for e< in^ertinf? *100,000 in place of *200.000, ui he made ; lie thought that if tliis was <1 P» . nnd in the Street -•onId not pos hair tl.lB amount ■ntkR. lio wan in favor of il. to that effect. . the There doubt but *100,000 would lay iu id « lrnw but 2 or il per coni, in* o paying is rltlle the tax pu y era tcrest. 4 [.or cunt, for it. Mr. McKelvoy said there would not y tho last jU çüOO lo ud bu u dollar saved by tills, loan tost U»L\v 5 .*>00 This s not epent with the papers of this city, but was spent by the Sinking Fund Co advertising iu other c ities, at ter the i'rintlng Committee had nothing to do witii. This it tee only h.19 tiie p in tho loc-ftl p«i>ers, Icfiio ■ti I d that Ivertise d this was done rer to ! email 0.\|)eii8c at Mr. Colton said that a conference Flnanc had been held by tee and the commission, at 'omndt hich it -us decided have- only op.o loan. Mr. Magee said that he Unit tllic advertising bl ns there pri ch, cost doubt hut tiie statu he tr mid ►t toy economy in divid ini' the loan, and having to advertise Mr. Murray said that in tho y the i, lie would vote od. d the ordl d I nay, expiai f °A l voto' di is then taken oting in Lite negative, aa abaent. Mr. tirifllti presented the following ion. which waa adopted: olved. That tho e dth the a ta to dr. ltut ledge - it toe on lanagen* of tit*' World's Fair bu inar 1 chairman itli [»tevident of C\ of <: mil iinltwc." ■>i nd iho following I iv. i'dl noil at 8. 'clock. ills were pas id: John II. T f .t :n. M 1 . Koller-, «dl.75;J. \V. Hader, ' .Vi; NV. S. Moody, fi'); James A. F A. Mitchell, i41 fc»S •I. S. Floyd ii-rO;.John i.Kf 'V 1 ' .J"*' ! ».ÆlS.fcü i t niotiTi iegruph i 8: W. H. Hurt 1 ; Ada A i ith " W. l e Hubert C'ussid>'. ir fc-fer pan y E. Tho as A t o A Co. V,*I4 »I; j J. 'Meb >•1. f da; 1 t ! aware Elect.... •Flint. 40, Th nu . pply l'om|).. v . s V': W. ii. i'im-ion A Non V Hopkins, fl.50; Ja«. En-tl 7 ' ilia !.. H J. U. Hudson A- Co. ,çl. Vi; rgt C. White Co.. 40 <: W. H. C. »10.50: J $1 Unis, $10: ii. J. Euug A liuvidnon, $U4 ï i >Lit.Hudson At Co., A Co., Stephen e.I. M.ll 3.40; Jon I i dirt E-Park » L It obi the a= of • 4.60, i Letts. •25.0'» I »ela aph and •*■320; Willi. Whitford A- C'. fiT.r, ing ( AUunti Tele ielepho u L«gg. mu .Diamond IT int Wilunngton 45; E F. Fraim .(• <'u., iTii.tlng and l ub-1 . i d : 1 •7.50, Kei-ubh -rtti flailing Company, , Theodore Leonhardt A Co., *35; -, u Mill«. •1.40; Company, rguG. i.ip plncott, #44.65; ('. F. ' •27.75; Davis Jt Co., #7.15; N. li. Dan forth. t'J, prothonotary of New Castle county, ti; Fi. H. iUlluny. #7.54»; .. Company, (si 1.10; Joli as A- t 225 l : M bolomon, f4 80; Ja Coal und Lu mb Cot •4.20. ; - Popular drag «tors. 5th and Poplar. Mra. E. L. Hubbard presided the Conference Anniversary of the ■Women's Foreign Missionary Society to the M. E. Church at Grace on ! thlp Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. E.Tora* ; a kinson, secretary, conducted the devo tional exercised, Then the Missionary I hymn was sun*. Miss Matilda A. Spencer, an Amori- with can missionary from Tokio, Japan, I a first class attraction in her ad- j Ht. dress ami in her sweet and enraptur- ' that Ing melody of Jaganese tunes and songs. W She gave an exceedingly Interesting history of the Japanese MissionInclud ing her Bclf-aacriflcing personal ex perl- and •«therein,and missionary experience always goes to the heart of ths church, On this occasion every seat, Including kin. galleries and chairs in ths aisles, was •upied in that great churoh. Khe became a .lapunenes Missionary thir teen years ago. She described the temple and wor ship of Buddha. They write their prayers iil'Ml of The the Bev. will P. of paper and then chew them, false Gods and idols are numer and various. Their temples are visited by throngs of worshippers. The condition of a multitude of Japanese Is the worst feature of their D., heathenism. In fumilies where is adopted to perpotuate the lamlly name. It costs Î-10 per year to educate a gii 1 lu a Tokio mission school. Mias Josie Robinson is being educated by tho Grace auxiliary. Tho Japanese girls do not wear jewelry combines grace, ease, comfort, health ami beauty. There ldbited often try, which is born one cod »sopretty they Their dress costumes, Japanese la this conn* e not correct. The Japs would not know their girls In such cost u mes. Miss Spencer read some interesting letters. They write by the yard and one side of the strip of paper. It costs *80 to convert a Japanese heathen found by dividing the total expense of tho missions by the num ber converted. It costs $460 to ta person in tho United States. Hut its a matter of faith and not money. When the typhoons and earthquakes luko the missionaries they take cat comfort in believing that Chris tians at home are praying for them. Miss Spencer has a delightfully pure oieo and her Japanese melo and charming. Mrs. Eva Crouch Benson and Mrs. Mark E. Bowman, who is a lienutiful lady, and wile of the pastor of Silv brook M. E. Church, sung, 'He v Cruclllcd.'' In their well known de of ed all of dies e uniq lightfu! nut Mrs. Snap« wits a remarkably Inter g lady, who is consecrated a Foreign Missionary to the Congo, under Jiishop Taylor's self-supporting mission. Her husband, a minister, is also culled to the some field. They both had the spiritual mission call before they met. She is overflowing <1 goes with her husband the last of this month to Africa. Übe made a tolling speech. Mrs. W. E. Tom kinson reported 37 xllinrios and 11 mission hands. Their d sell imposed fcos amounted to ♦l'JOy.tti. The eloquent secretary said "The strength of our work is in homes." i Q ith zeal 1'rerai Either pis I precaution, Ion -od *l*i risk or a ivc In it* or ly obilur .d U if bilious r di b" ol *ry phase iiuacli Bitters for 1» R f Jpeefflc. It a hour lily. Am a i 1 y - docs lu pi tin •it . 1 I regln.« pla this"" d I lie i . I ilioiiHiic«* riicuiiiH ippe, ' kidney and bladder troubles the Dl iters will be round no lo « iii-e.ul than l »■He lnjuri osure.^ljodffy a ell ol iatigue, it is u valuable many worn Hw I limunstoin, was tho "bkule master," who had charge of about twenty rus ,,f char y protection. of "The Veestriek M, iu in* A ecsBlon of "The Docst riek Skiilo" was llcld at Bethany Bopti.yt ciiuroh last cninff. Not wiilmtunding the y weather, tho house was packed »1 beyond its ud Ph •ter calcuhttod •o "pedagog The whole pi* try the patienco of ' of lift y y the by nB of « itigh 1 Bklo-splittlng charac ter, and held tho undivided attention of tho audience for above Many have ex pi l*e i epeated. Ti I desire that it e object is to n reading room und Ji ! ire brury. it Go to E Instalment store Ituro nml Carpets. W)5 fcjliiply fatlcet. N. U. lteod, Write, what shall I writ© ? Why write that l»r. Niinius' white pulmonio Hul ls tlio greutcbt euro for coughs, *o throat, the grip, e theriannd lung (iiaeasea. druggists. for cheap F tager. he P. fliffh bold by Office, 422 Market street. the Twouty-flvo tons of broke i -. from tho jail y Court to L an Clark at Du are City Tuesday. Keglfctcr of Will* Cooch has been laid up with a heavy cold. dr. RAY HAIR H J 1 c-ul on of Wr.r.i/s IIa Da d : »! Ê B. Wells, Jersey City. id: Indigestion! Miserable! Take Reech A. fc»S Great Tteii ono lfixSO C 1 ' do/en cabine ! l'eütoe for flo conta ut liollaad's Gui te"" WUmlmiton, i * _ —— — « iu riiotographs •rirait with tor $4.00. One do . »I; j Seven pounds i.r bl kwlieat for 20 " rth t ! conta, at M. J. Kmiti and Slupiey street«. nu Ja«. i>y going to Market street. Vi; Ea*t I.ake. F!ast Jgiko. East Lake. J)ut>teinV- <<wu uiukt- iic cigar. Whole tale und retail. Co., To Ice « o We bog to give notice tomirputr that ppiy Kennebec id , f the y ■ ice for int ; ^'' hore <'u., n,IH1 ub-1 Ki| ig hi . ti ïiie 'l'mlit. cr better th Ice A Coal Co., 2d nnd <*d laist winter. 'irknessi Among Children, -, I Especially in rants, 1 b prevalent more all times, but is largely avoid it proper nourishment und o food. Tho u ful und reliable of nil is the < mil Dor •1.40; den "Eagle'' Brand ( ondensed Milk. I V i.ip Dan- , Castle od by givi #7.54»; wholesoui Joli and druggist keep It. grot I Dr Oniiiby Has moved •, M . 81« We-: street. —. ment for the cure of nllee, which to the root of the disease. Prl< thlp popular specltto le only 96 oents a box. Concart i«t «evening, Tlie St. Cecilia Female Quartette, with several other slugors from Pnlla delphla. gave a delightful concert at Ht. Paul* M. E. Church hist evening that was well attended. Thomas ATtocket presided at the piano and the soloists were Miss Marie B. Kunkel, soprano; Mrs. Mary Gregory Murray, piaulst; and E. M. Zimmerman, bass; and the quartette comprises Misses Mary D. Shoaln, Emily ti. Stuart Joae phiue lUohordson and Kale C. McOuc* kin. and hia E The .Societies of the King's Daughters. This evening the noctety of the King'» Daughter» will hold .services in the Second Baptist Church, when the Bev. A. N. Keigwin, of West Church, will make the opening prayer. Ad dresses will l>e made by the ltov. Wm. P. Swartz of Central Presbyterian Church, and the Bov. R.G. Seymour.D. , secretary of tho Missionary Union of Philadelphia. You AT D., The Market. Powell has on his stalls in tho Third street market, fresh shad and herring, cod fish, haddock, flounders, white perch, black Ltass, lake shad, smelts, white Ilsh, crocus, etc. XT AN AM AKER'S. Faim i. phi a, Friday, Mar. 18, 1892. In the Shoe store is a case of very elegant Shoes, select ed from the lot advertised yesterday. They are all Wo men's, mostly made in Paris. You recall the story. New York, Fifth Avenue, Shoe Store, finest goods, didn't pay, we' bought the stock, aud here it is at average less than half prices. The Shoes all bear the New York retail price aud our price. Bright folks in New York—some of the brightest, are in the Shoe business. Why didn't some New Yorkers take this chance and catch a bargain for his customers; None had the courage. Our Shoe store has over 16,000 pairs of Shoes con stantly in forward stock. The J reserves avo up stairs. But ' we need at least 24,000 pairs ready to show. Full ranges of all sizes of all sorts de mand this number. Note the contrast. That first-class swell Shoe store in New York had only 1571 pairs,allj«"m told. That tells the story. Vive la Wanamakcrs ! S. O will of The , 11110 I the 1 1 giu i • t Market street. Dress Ginghanis. As well try to chronicle every flower loveliness in May time as to keep up with the Gingham beauties us they unfold. Every Gingham I >'° U tunl bl ' in K' S 11 llcw delight. IhcwoaVGS. the Col- il " I ors, the blendings— indes eribably pretty. litre arc half a dozen from the many only a day old iu the store. Narrow bias stripes with handfuls of Jacquard leaves and colored bods : , , scattered like a spattering! . , ,t** n ' of unbunched bouton- j niercs, 'J colors, 45e. Narrow Damasse Zig zags as if the stuff had been struck | all over with milk-and y watery chain lighting, 9 colors, 37 Jc. Inch wide Lace Chevron, delicately rich, over dainty graduated stripes. A lofty touch of high art. 75e. bayadere plaits of white, quarter inch apart on solid color background; effect like fine cording. 5 colors, 65c. Width 42 inches. Cotton Bedford Cord iu solid colors, 45c. to Northeast of cent If only for the hints to lie got any woman of taste will enjoy looking through that crowded Suit lloom, second floor, Thirteenth and Chest nut streets. Hints in style, hints in economy—the very last ])os sibilitit s in either direction. The Suits at $G.50aud $8.50 are triumphs of modern mer chandising. 20 y for Flower Seeds, 8 cents a package. Seems like an ab surd price when you think what ruling rates are. More than seventy kinds—every- ; thing that you 11 care for. Basement, north ond. | JOHN \\ ANAMAKER, 1 —. . rsE. Wednesday and Thursday. March 16 and IT. the only FRANK M. WILL», in hia original character of the Professor -1 TWO OLD CRONIES. Evehthinu New. Saturday, "JIM, THE WESTERNER." E leventh street iunk. GEORGE L. HHUNTER, Manager. Open Tuesday. Thursday, Baturduy' Evening aud Saturday Afternoon for S K A T I N C . Hyatt's Military Band Eveniug. Admission. 10 cents; new skates 10 cents. Naturday LOOK AT THIS. You will Und a id Clean Lunch Palace, AT NO. 8 K. FOl'RTfl STREET, -FOR B AKD lOo i.Aims I.UNCHK* Specialty. C.R.HOLT, No. 3 East Fourth st. uuveod-ly* French Drip Coffee CONCERT -HY Alfked Gkunfeld Court riuniBt many aud Austria, the of Ger Heinrich Grünfeld, Court Violluoellolst to the Emperor of Germany. J ' r Ji5 S. Kaschoska, Accompanist, G. H. Dittman, Director. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, MARCH 21. Box Office open Thursday, 51 rob 17. QHF.R1FP8 BALE—BY O writ or IjUvilli Facia will be exposed to public of John C. Lowiu. in Newark, in Wl flay Creek Hundred, New Castle county. Dei., IRTUK OF A » mo dlroeit'd, o at the ■ >iel ON MONI» AY, THE 4th DAY OF APRIL, 1893, o'clock a. in.. The following described real es , All the following t wotraetsol land with I the buildings thereon erected, situate In 1 Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle County •1 Btatu of Delaware, aud m 3 for : particularly described ful De finning for No. 1 at a •giu of W j Clay crock ; thence 1 »y a lai-ter and H north hixty degrees. east tliirty-ffvo perol stake; tbenca south forty and <» giu hem e north seventy «legre i-bes to n «take; thence ami three-quarter* east eight-tenths pèrohos •«> u Last bu rn ( «outil eight and ahull ht tenths pi said Mon Ison's lund; t lienee hla land south seventy sixteen perches and u corner lu the public -half de h stake; •i a « hs per luitl» sixty -live n the line Morrison) land ; thence thirty degree* o truth« ol leading from Mlifort i Newark;thence • degree* west thirty-sev nb half to II cuth Hnd «aid road;tb i hall. thirty eight and eight ui of the heirs—Mu o witl nnd a hall degree«, went k and eighth the edge ufoorsald; thence up several courses them t lotted doeeased; south eighty* I and ut lis to h black White ('lay creek io said creek the I oak Lur porc-Uc il 1 ? Ion . dI,,Br to N I thirty-live degree* l,r i , : »•»Pf:'» '»'«rr.-i. .»( »»n w ren, ni» Wire, and t. t and tobe «old by wtujAM simmoms sii.-n"-. ' Sheriff '« offleo, Wilmington, Deiawar j n. uw* mu. | tho b mU' 1 ".' .-res of Ing No. 2. Beginning at a black oak stump up in Die line ol' Janies (new Mote's) laud north thirty-flvo degree«, *n perches and oiglit-tenUiB ding to T nnd to a stum) iu the r ; the I »d'fo* CJrreeS ' ii-.-ty tii est eighty-six per - •— Easth»— mow Morrison) forty perehea corner of land; thence degrees and thlity eighty Mor eight •1« the first in rlnning, «■ wl |>lM tiln ot land Ing forty and more or less d'-xeept wide along tin- lii.u ,-t No. 2 Morrison's;. tiie ieutlon Bargain Room, Third Floor, East. New lots largely cut in price. Just the time to get Spring Overcoats tit low prices. ' WanamakerSt Brown OAK HALL, SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS, , ! Philadelphia. WLLHON'S UNDERTAKING ROOMS, 016 KINO ST. Téléphona el g nul 168. Oi J. A. Wilson. Funeral a ; FurnUhing Undertaker and E m balmer, | NO. 607 SHIPLEY 8TREET. 1 calls altsmlsi to prompU7 all night. Director. J. B. MARTIN, T! MONEY!! MONEY!!! will Money we must have and in orijer to get money offer you the following bargains for this week only: Ladies' Fur Kid hand-turn $6.25 reduced to $5. Ladies' Dongola hand made $4.50 reduced to $8.60. " " " $8.00 " " $2.50. $3 50 " " $2.75. $2.50 " " $2.00. $2.00 " " ;$1.50. we 8 8 i a 4< 44 K MEN'S SHOES Men's button band-sowed $5.25 reduced to $3.76. " Cong & Bals $5.00 reduced to $4.00. « " " $4.50 $4.00 $3.00 $ 2.00 Boys Shoes $2.00 reduced to $1.25. We have also added 1Ö0 pairs of shoes to our bargain counter to-day which go (it half price; cash only. Como and secure these bargains at the " $3.75. • 4 $3.25. 44 $2.50. " $1.50. of ly (< n t A •J 304 MARKET STREET. Henry Pike, Prop. . ■ in 3 5 OENTS. NEW DESIGNS 5GT.WALLPAPERS ^ CONSTANTLY IN STOCK. Enough of each pattern to paper one room, or several rooms. These are all perfect goous and the most of them the latest designs. Remnants for closets as low as | Csnt 3 Piece. Any one that knows this firm know that they do what they advertise to do. Fine Sanitary or Washable Papers for 15 Gents a Piece. Fine Goods and Fine Work a Specialty. ns 3, ROSIN & BROTHER, 218 AND 220 WEST SECOND STREET. II f 24-lm ©od TELEPHONE 469. SPRINE * * *■ EDDDS. I X i We are very busy getting in our Spring goods which are of the Latest Styles. In the children's department wo have some perfect beauties. All the latest novelties in piece goods to ftftake to Order. BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE NO. 213 MARKET STREET WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. 1 * JUstis & Davidson, Prop's, Telephone No. 668. B.—Store open every evening JOSEPH STOEGKLE'S DIAMOND STATE LASER BEER - AND— PORTER BREWERY WILMINGTON, DEL. Depot and Saloon. Nos. 228 und 2J5 King St , Telephone 183. Telephone 28Ô ! Shipping a Speciality. Alieolute purity guaractoeO. Our lieer aud Portal •reespeciullv reeo tu mended for medicinal use. Office and Brewer, N. W. Cor. Fifth and Adamants., m THE ao'J MAIIKET ST. I ! 1 ti r pUBIJC SAIS The subscriber bavin g rented will Nil at public aale, at his farm situated e Limestone road, in Mill Creole hun hl« Ï* MONDAY. MARCH 91, 1899, At 1 o'elook, p. m., 88 1. high. good 2. high. 3. high. extra 4. 6. the 8 head of good horses, * coming B and 6 good workers but d 8 years old. . all in profit. All the years old, and 4 that older, 8 colts, coming « 18 head of good milch 8 yearling heifers, I2g od «boats, above stock Is home-raistd; *»> young chickens, pure Plymouth Hocks. Farming Implements.—9 horse (arm wagon and hay tied. 1 horso curt, 2-horse market dcutitorn, 1 2-sonted carriage. 1 narrow gauge no-top buggy. 1 buggy i milk wagon, horse rake, 2 mowing tulegrupb fodder 's Favorite g tread power with belt In good order, 1 double sot market dearborn aurncss. l slnglo «et wagon, jpago and plow harness, plows, Imrrowacultlvatora, a large miscellaneous lot of tools, implo , Are , dairy fixtures such as churn, ker, puna cans. 1 No. 9 Niagara chinos. 3 grain fana cutter, 1 9-tube Farr drill, 1 9-li good G. high. 7. liy 8. good cook stove, Imduteiid* bod* 1 single market dearborn harness, and a variety of tliInga from inside tho house. The ubovo dearrllied good« will positive ly bo sold as I have no further for T. i of $2B and under cash. -All amount 6 chaser giving bankable i proved endorse r, t or cash. U iz 2 12 per cunt, off SAMUEL DEN I NON, A L. Vf. Stidham A Son. Auction rnrlti-ltw a bi h-s ny JpUBLIC SALK OF HOUHEHOLD & KITCHEN FURNITURE At 1.J83 West Eighth street, Wl mlngton, Delaware, TUESDAY - , MAR H 22n, 1892. At 9 o'clock a. tngof one handsome parlor suite i lfugand cherry, one handsome English oak and handsome Consist W llton bedroom Froneh beveled plate gl bedroom suite in inuplu, oval mir bureau;one very handsome cbevel glass in French beveled plate rIiwj aud cherry. tie tahiuot hi cherry sud plato glass, one very handsome bronze pur clock and bronze ligures to match, a violin and box, sideboard, dining ion table ond eight dining ch handsome *pi hair tnattrcNftcs. bed «pri 3 bedeleuds. holsteis ami pillow«, toilet tavy and book-cane In antique ch, hut ruck. In usseH und Ol with xvl exteusk •tlerreK, poles ry. table, 2 p and flxt-ur 1b.« bus! grain carpets, carpet* line kite I stove, lino dinner id glass dsomo bony and* chair* iiHiitlty of kltcl nger, stop ladder, idea usually ■il appui ni od household. plote. a quantity o, queeuswure, c ware, fine ell bowl, ice pite basket tables and rocker* a utensils, ^ d a v u •H-p O' ^ in old. etv All the ub and practically only a few mont I ih. Flo , having bet* Inspection from 4 i0 p. «y before the GEo. DRAKE, Auctioneer. 17 - ta ÎBL1C BALK-Will be F >ld BtS old, ns 1 ;et, WtlininMtjn, Del., Cl. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. 1822, 0.3 hi 1 flgooi horse* No. 1. Itoan i r» 9 y old. 1BV hands utter ttuin3ui old. USi high, No. 2, Bluuk P indg No. a old, UX . «y high, knownlo pare 3, A pair of black lio js.6 y hands high, perfectly sale family team. No. 4, Black hor*'. 0 years old,lB>i bands high. No. 5, Bond mi hands high. •0. 0 y old, 15 M small Germanto 4 pin no box t 'OlglliUg 10J j d .-«Ingle set of h and numerous other to horse Terms—A credit of 90 days app built by Dueling; i coupe, 8-quartcr wngon double whips. Man bankable B. H. BITTNER. ml0*6t* L. W. 8tidham & Son, Au et. LOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD A KITCHEN FURNITURE at No. 418 Murkot st root, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1892, At 2 o'clock p. m., C UouHlstlng of pnrlor and cli .-retarie* loungo* extension table«, bureau* bed stead* stand* olialr* tables, brus^ul* ln 1 rag carpets, glas» und queen«* — w. und oth'-rs. Tho above good« bo «old, au the Iioubo Iuih be slffebos rd* refrig 5 rcnlod, and Auctioneer. ill be mltl-it* -cuplod by otbci- pi G. DRAKE. JpUBLIC BALE— Will be sold at my «table between French and Wulnut lu» Eighth street SATURDAY, MARCH 19, o'clock blinrp, by first-class family it ■-au be drlv timid person; 1 doctor w;ig< on. 1 «Ingle . The t U M. McMINEMAN. Ill !5-3t. l»y by the 1 jump-se double positively «old. L. W. Btldh & Son. Aue. pUBLIC SALE I will sell Corner, Delaware Co., Fa,. UN MONDAY, MARCH Slat. 1892, OF STOCK, public-«ale, ue Booth's Twenty-five fresh stool« bull* und ft oboiuu lot of Ht be rin ml County, I'u. or edit. wh and pprlngcr* 2 y «bouts. TbTs ock direct from (* id 4 inunths GUUDLEY. is u WM. H . C. Sharpk-ss, Anc J - P UBI.IC HA LE- WI li be -r of 3d and FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 18, 7. Sa o'clock. t nubile- sale at the 8. Jrfforeon * L. the «took and fixture« of a cigar consisting of cigars, piuokiug mill cbow buslnos* 7-2f 2 •r article« belonging . A. HU KILL, tli ict. i UBLIC 8 A I.E— W 111 be V 1014 Monroe MONDAY. MARCH 21. at i o'clock, d bedstead* bed and bi-dding. chairs suites, stove, table, dishes and u variety of iiouso hold goods. L. W. STIDHAM \ SON. ml7-3t Auctioneers. pUBLIC FALK—The their staid««. No. o hr «old Fn k, 75 lieu Ing of good draft und work bo TER A MeDANJKL, i. JFH . r b W. H. McGARHITY * wholesale nnd retail dealer Inbi in d \V«i have d, 20 to 30c«i uilv roll nutter fix It will be to y him a cull. ltnge to gi' Stalls 51, 52 and 53, Third Street Market, Wilmington, Del, n*u Telephone 880. R. R. ROBINSON & COMPANY, BANKERS AND BROKERS, i . fourth ssd Msi-iim Stocks bought and sold In the New York, x Philadelphia and Bostou markots on com* I ml«aloii. , ! Letters of credit given, available In all ; F arts of the world, and drafts on Knglandj - relu nd, France, Germany and 8 wilier I and i 1 Issued. t . M . Ko ii «n.-l.tojorN.t Bank of Delaware. 4 share« o* Union Nat. bank. | ti ■an pUBUC BALI Will be sold at my stfbles South west oerner of Third and Orange street«, Wil mington, Del.,c** Saturday; maroii ioth, At 19 o'elook, m., 88 good young driving boraea. 1. Drown horse. 7 years old, 15,1* high. Warrantod sound and kind; good draught horse with good action. 2. Gray marc, 5 years old, 1BX banda high. Bound and kind ; good driver. 3. Roan marc, 0 y ears old, ISM hands high. Sound and kind, weighs 1400 lbs.; extra good mare for heavy draught pur poses. 4. Gray umre, 8 y oars old, 16 hands high. Sound and kind, good worker; a good for boavy draught ; 6. Gray marc, fl years Sound and kind; weighs 1450 ills.; the Lost mures ever bred, I hands ; extra purpose»! Id. 16 bunds high. of plenty of good action and good feot; a good worker cither single G. Day mare, « years old. 15\ hands high. Bound and kind; weighs 1800 lbs.; ood bone and action, with lots of »nap, works gentle. 7. Bteelo gray mare. B years old, IBM hands high. Bound and kind; extra good driver with lota of knee action, nod will lourn to go fust; fearless of stonin and electric e.tra suitable for a doctor liy purposes. 8. Drown high. Bound and kinn; weighs 1400 lb».; extra good quiot 9. Bond nmro. B years old, 16 band* high. Sound unir kind; weighs 1250 lbs.; good work in 10. Gr-iy innre, 6year old, 16 lmndshigh. Bound !• " ÜMU old, 16 hands •e. 6 y work d kind, light grocery wagon Black high. Bound and kind, u.v ith p only ol endurance. 12. Roan horse, g years old, 16 hands high. Sound and kind, with good action; would make a good horse for a hose cart leader. 14. Drown horse. « years old, 16 hand» high. Sound and kind, weigh« 1.400 lb».; a good work horso w 14. Gray horse, « y high. Bound und kind. Id make a roi d iam ny e, d years old. IS. 1 ; hands good drivor good action. old, 1G hands ood horse for nu uuu Kind, gouu norue lur It. weighs 1.400 llis. . horse, 5 frnn ofd. r 'l5V hands high. Bound ami kind, a gond worker with good hone. 10. Gray home. 6 years old, lBJf hands high. Bound and kind, a good chunk, n.oi sc. 6 years old. nd and kind, would suitable lor n d 18. l'au-gruy muds lilgb. » d ox press wagon make çroui 'i hands old. .good work high. !■ (I nu i Ici »•* .1" -p old. 15U hands hlah. B'. und and k a good block for work "Brot I; will weigh 1.SHM 1b.« general bus! boise, 0 years old, 1G bands high. Bound and kind, extra good lam il y business horso. hors.', 6yo P ° r fruy, family or business d, 16 bands high. Bound of all good stylo and ucflon. borne, G years old, 16 kind;c d, extra line drlv O' .leets, well broke, ^ 2;^ Beal bri show uiiy big hoi»» in the city; tearless of Mcuin and all ob ject«; would muko an extra tine coach family horse; good drivor. 21 and 25. Fair black work horse* 7 yra. old. 16 IihikIh high. Sound and kind, ° horsed7 W y««irs old* 15,'tf bands nd nud kind; good, scrviceabl» Old, 18X ml and kind, blood-bay horse, Ç yean . Sound and kind; 1« I I '«!»• 8 urns high. Si burinas* lu an horse, 8 y Dina hand« high. 8> 28. Haudßi old, 1G liuuda high leas of Me ucli style . and of the best and Ik worthy wanting such » any big ho SV, 'minutes; this family hor trot hi t coach 1 be attention ol uhj 2f>. Broken h high. Kind; a .'JO. liny horse, 8 years old, lfPf hands hlirh. Bound und Kind; an extra good worker. 81. Day horse. 6 years old, 16 hands extra good old,ir.\ hands - driving good 5 work high. Bom horse 82. Hay hor«e, 6 years oid, 15\ hand» high. Kind, good qulot driver. •'ll. Brown horse, 0 years old, 16 hands high. Kind, good :w. Bro— und kind; dd, IB I* band» 1 and kind; good work or .fly high. Bou nr driving lioicio. 85. lluy ho high. Bound and kind; good driving hong*. Fursous wanting good horses should not miss seeing them, hh they liuve bee leetcdefcpeelnlly l'orthtssalo. Catalognes cun be bud at the at ubh»* 9U days' credit. WM. C. MARTIN. L . W. Siidliain & Sort. Auo. in0-2tv»-d4» P L . 6 years old. lBff hands DUG BALK. ill sell publia I, Dei., ON MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1892, 2 o'clock, m. 5 head drift « old. 17 huudfl ork not M* No. l. (i blgh. ur Gray hor »ixe. No. * ile im old, I5js baud« high, a driver. No. 3. Buy coll, old. 15hands high, will m r difvi y< 5« e. No. 4. Bor lu» lids htgli. with foal. No,5 Mnre colt, coinlug 2 y old. sired by Mic-lilgnn. 2i hoad of good inilc*li i •b old, 1 work lug will Ik* in prott by day of sale; 1 pood old, 25 head of «b ck bull, 2 X years . 2 will ?. iiOt of cldc pig by day of guineas, nay and «ti l»y the bushel, 2b aer of wheat in the ground. V ri;-. iing Implement—1 farm wagon (a l grain drill. -. 1 twin liar mowliur d. J plow: cultivât marker. I Champi ; Inirnos* lot of d other n in ilk ok... rticluu too uc-roiM der « sah, with cout off mention. a of f-.'D and n credit o purcluibur giving a banltabb approved endorser, or 3 p Terms—All credit KII.VINGTON & LIE BERM AN* I,. W. Blidham A Bon, Auot loueurs. iniG -atd •pÜÜLiC BALE of" PERSONAL PROPERTY, forget FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1892, Do gel good 1 * At 0 a When you c 2 pair- or with ci ek. «peed. Itorses burp cailorksbliehogo and pig* ail* houtiehold goods sad of poultry. F. DULLEN. CBLIC SA i.E OF FFKBONAL PRO FLRTV. .Cranston will utter for «ulo st it Mnr-hullton Mat ion. ich B. A O. R. K.. SATURDAY, MARCH 10TH, i kitchen fund . lot r Ella lior resldonc . Laudenberg R l carriage. 2 mated, garden tool* ol* l Cappelo No. 18 o nearly new. eouhln, rurd robe, 1 largo rigor • ■oils. 1 largo table, l /.e, 1 pul ont i l vlncgar.l hewing inaelilue, * pictures, rocking chair«. iy now. good . 1 b b obatra bcdstcaris. tub* ovs.Ianp* el« carpet, ginir-oarpet, her beds and bedding uud ole«, also 15 tq 20 bushots ELLA F. CUANDTON. bureau«. ub, dlsbeo, ui . i !i P35it , |* n rî- '* potatoes. "til pUBLIC SALE The subscriber lut ending to quit the iiblic «nie. nu dairy bus! bis far iu i. from Wilmington. Bruudy 8ATURDAY, MARCH 19. 1893, s will null Hilversidc Station, 4 mile« lid , at 1 o'clock, p. m., 3 liead of horde* 1 roan liorso, h years excellent family hört». This in One bay mare, with colt by her side. One black horse,12 years old. Two colts, 1 nnd 9 years old. head of ohoioo dairy gows, some Tresh sldSj balanoo forward old. extra tine horse, alvee l.y tli springer* 5 heifers Farming Implcineut.«.—1 market wwiou. x new T>uuriuer binder used but one «»a «on, 20 acres of wheat in the «round. 10 tonsof goodtimotliy hay, with rafiny other ; artiele^. - Tenu«.— 90 days orodit on purchaser i giving note with appro ved oodot Mr. JES8* 8HARFB. L.W. Stldb.m * Bon. Aoalion.. | mr0-w»bd8t eod old.