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IVR. pE n A ROT'S
1/ I'KNNYUOY Af, PILLS
ttie only rmiilnr Per .iyroT.11'llllf s'le,
LicUM b*
H
si
; wfotjr-llv* jfin' i*xim
■ tsts. OBl«e. 2 'J N. Minn »uwi
u.»\l or si «Mlle«, fl. Advice '«-«w*.
«is*» 01 tin!t*Uuua
WANTED.
TANTH AND NV ANTED !f>
c and female bell» call,
ind boys wantingult
imve unytliing tu sell,
waiit In buy any article, cull.
Wiliiiing
.V'ci, women, u
lions call.
If you
L 1
aide
Mb
roe.
« nil.
All business
nlldeuUal
Employment and lixcliange
No. 4<W Krencli street. Sewing
. G. Minute!«.
m.-Hl
Office,
manager.
*T1T INTKD W
V» of 21 an«l
X 1
J '
213
J'
sir
Jt
be-» ween
tuko u two-yearx
• ,n In Homoopathlr itospliul.
uuisna. Address Homeo
i uitik* Uocpltul, Wilmington. Dolawaro
ini-15-d w-tf
W ANTED—Young man wishes a situa
itt ion to drive dolivery wagon and
make himself generally useful around
stoic or * mi.■«• house, on«* thoroughly no
«luuliited with handling horw*s. » , ,,
b-Hi of re! «ronce. Address. General E'uo
, this olltee.
W*5
822 Adu'.Ub street
JP
of
experlctic**d colored
. also u neat chumhemiald
Mrs. F. T. Turner
,1 1.1»
II120-3C
will
■\\r A NT ED-A good
W takoinllk rrom 40 quarts up.
quire ut iOB Madison street. nirxJ-2t
ln
i
J 1
this
W ANTED—Boarders at No. 618 hing
»tioft. Unfurnished or furnished
a cond story front mum. nuiw-Ot
ANTED-A pood paper hanger. Ap
ply at Hoi Tutuull st.. In the «nou
v J m'29-at
VV
J
si
JL'
r
In*.
Republicans of
19. Two cents each
W ANTED—Dally
March 18 and
will bo pnld ul tills office.
W ANTED IMMEDIATELY.—Twenty -
five men for ussouibilng and
punching riveted Iron work. Apply
Edge Moor Bridge Works,Kdgo M
inr28-»t
-t tv*ANTED.—H elp ftirnlslicd for hotels.
W rrt,(iiui-H!itHntnl prlvuto liiiniiieH at
short, uotieo. Apply at the Wilmington
Intelligence oflt«x\ No. 898 Bhlpiey street.
on
W ANTED—Experienced operators
the Wheeler »ml " ifson sewing
rutwhliif to make • hlrts. Api«ly tu J.
irOUGIJTLN Sc CO., 416 Mamet BtreeL
mlU-tf
ANTED — A good reliable woman
a small family
tn the country. Apply to or uddres** John
Tweed. Knnblevllle. (.bester County. I u
in'28 Ctd-'HW
W
for housokc-eper
ill 2 domestic family
. Ap
iu28-3t
"ANTED-* To
. . sewing
ply to G. Worrell, 726 Matket street.
VV
bines, almost
ANTED—To aell good double and
single harness, horse, buggy, etc.
Apply toG. Worrell, 726 Market
uuW-Ht
W
rt'crt.
girl for general bmiHO
Also a
W
antfd
work, who Isa good coo»,
,rown Kil l. Apply 1U0 WushWrin
1»'
street.
W ANTED- Hoarders «>r lodgers at No.|
70i Tat null streot. with honv^e
;!«
14
. 6
lit:
•ksmilli
ANTED—A Journey man
Apply to It. 1). Barrett, Hare'sLor
AY
. Del.
barber shop
W anted.-a boy i
Fourth nnd .Ieflersbu st t ec
who has bad some experience prererred
One
307
W ANTED—By ft young lady a ponitl
an bookkeeper—bust reformier. Ad
Bookkeeper, this ullice.
W ANTED-« gentlemen or man and
wllubourdurs nt 617 Walmit street.
general house
ANTED—A girl
ANTED.—A girl for general house
work nt No. !01 Delaware Av»*
ini-26 It i
7011 AdHIIlBSlruOt,
AV
— Five Irnme Iiouaw for
' & *Ä .I.V'ru'VÎ.Sr'r.'.rT-Â
,M.d.wn-.rc«fpr»Mw,. «I
SALK.
OR SAI F.
F

MeUauliey
. 8tlistreet
toy street for IftWO. Lot
19x30, at |12 per foot.. 1.
r Ueott, 16x110 fen
DuPont street for 1700,
, this otllec.
I - tic*
Apply
f 13
M
S. Vtr
t of double wagon
JjlOR BALE CUBA 1'—2 «
hand harness: 1
haruuBtcu large line of
good organ neurlj
oü^glfT Mm«t lie without a fault. al»out'j (
15 bande high, « to7 yeare old. J. A. U s ,
Harness More, No. 4 I . 4tIt street, nirzw
buy a
i suitable for 1ft years
.v. Waul
homes; 4 yearling
Freier lek Klan.
Del. One good bur
• farm pur
r*OR SALK—Sch«*
Imyiire
F
Com rev
r.'lltablc for »lore wagon
posei*. 363 West 8th st root, lvlaii s s
inr2'J4t*
House No. 1199 Orangi
•cet, price 1900.
will tako
F OR HA LI
l'ayu 110 p r
*' ».'do
ib
F or sam. on RRNT -ra*ht nr>. »mi
t\«»6.table» liouues on Fourtoentu at..
between Dul'ont «ma Clayton street*.
each containing Hcven roouifi uiul bath andj
t rout porch; ecliura well drained ini«> eevv
"'''"'sim.ii'j'»"'m'i'h'iwjselcctc(l
* ,1 Jir
"i'llii m :
John H. 11
l m»l-6t" )
•rn 'îiiî-'*
percent lor tbo',-»
;iiiii>ortuiuty.
House number 303 DuPont stro
for 37 per month, prie«- fftSo.
. Apply
Will
Goo. F.
tguge fur part
Vernon, tills omet*.
Lola :
Bye. N. K. e«»r. 5th ami
TilOH SALK— » Surry.
X/ sey stock bull, litis
13 barrels elder vinegar. Musi
owner in aoi'ig i«» move.
Edwards, Falrville,
Chest er
T710R SALK For
X' houses In wc
6 and 7 rooms
price asked.
paying
This Is
j'
ÏMIRHALK OR
N» rtli Kiaincut*«. th« prop
erty ol the Int«'V'lneentG. FI inn. Iiu
of VV. T. Ly
■trects. Wilmimrtoii. Del.
of
and Market
ri7-tt
ICR BALK OU TO RENT- llei-aley'a
Foi n t Hotel, Hope May Co., N. J. •!«»
•»»infills fiiruishcil. A«ldres6
F
i-oorua,
6»u L. Horn. N. !.. Cor. Broad and Arch
: -24 w
., Philadelphia.
polt 8AI.E—St
•k and fix lures of a
gar ami tob:
lti*ai4on
n pay un.*
lor aelliiiir. press
Address ''L'lgnr.'' this
I»u8ln«'si*.
other business.
ol(i«-e.
JpOR 8 A LE— A » ol lection
fair
• ml»
ul <•
'in. iluinir.oiid. 2
dearborn*.
v.
I
jan-; r- Jin t
>11•" 1 -
lOltSALK -Horse, wagon and Jiarncaa
and Murylaiiii
3^ Call
avenue.B
*p90H BALK—A GOOD OTTO G,
i:n
Kl no. a I »out 6 ho iso
of tlie W JlmiiiK-t
Com puny, No.
•r. Inquire
I »entai .iluiiiifncturlng
2 king Slieot «117-11.
*piOR FA IF.—A hr. I Id Ing
Rco
street between •■Hi
new school hom-c. Price »1-5 per foot. Ap
ply to George F. V« mon, tiihsollicc.
Mf
• VUG A IN.-TO do a
sc. No. 31ft F.
Limrlos S. l(olil). No
I. m r 26-2
F
. I*
:et. Apply
VTa(*liiiiKio!i »*:
to it sau: rn 1 : a i*—Tii i
mounted show cases. Apply
King street.
I
___mis-tf
TOR 8ALE—A clear pompey. priccfi
8. H. lJurslcin, No. ft Last Second
Ï
street. Ali*o 6 show case*
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS
Arc the Best. Cet Them of
CHAS. M. GRUBB
1
1014 MARKET ST.
m21-uiditil-lw
FOR RENT.
T^Olt HUNT—7 roomed house, stable and M
Centerville, Del.
H VIU HKNT-2 large weif lûtiited rooms
In corner biiililfiig;sultable ror office*
ligtil manufacturing
dress. Flunk fc*. Dure,
si root.
in
tho
for
day,
4 p.
vlrr.
4 p.
in'JB-tf
purposes. Ad
No. 407 yhlpley
fD-tf
Lt^OK RENT- ■'iHtatiles, 1
L 1 for u cur]H>nli*i shop, basement
aide for paint snop on Morrow
Mb and Dili streels, und Madison and Mon
roe. J. F. Button, 1009 W. 8th street.
suitable
l«t ween
ni21-tf
Tj-Ull HKfcT OK HAI.K-IIOUW 1K17 »li.ll
X 1 ern-s avenue. 6 moms and bath, open
stairs, Dont yard and porch.
.-oods & :
Tivoli RENT—The large store nn«l dwoll
J ' Ing of No. 311. also the dwelling No.
213 W. Front street. Apply to Philip G.
Plunkett,209 W. Front street.
"LpOK RENT—-Two good store«
J' street for rent: both places
sir lot I y cash business. Apply
Jt McEear 812 Market street.
J. It. D
. E10 Hroomc street. m2l-ls
TO
120-If
doing a
• - Clark
dred
near
and
■b
Tj^Olt RENT—Store and dwelling with
JP H rooms and bat h, at N. VV. corner
of Tavl
Ktaud for any business,
niest and provision
Norton, K20 Clttircb st.
vrai
and Cb u rob streets. First-class
A No. 1 stand for
. Apply to W. 11.
ni29-3f
bird
Ij^Olt RENT - I louse No. 1 East 8th street.
i 1 Nino rooms. In good older. Apply
703 French street. u»r29-5tt
"IjtOU KENT—3 rooms to man ami Wift*
J 1 Central location. Address "Kooins.'
this office. mr2t)-8:t
the
«•«•nt..
TTOH RENT.—Rooms at a low rent, suit
J ' alii«: lor u nurse ludy, at 1225 Market
si reel. niU-tr
TOOK KENT—Rooms, furnished ... _
JL' furnished. No. 929>j Market street.
11123-61*
UOK l( FNTCM F. A I* A four-room lioum
r No. 1Ä0H Jackson street. nt'28-8t*
N
3
lar
Those desirable new ofli
ces in the EquitabiR Guarantee
and Trust Company Building, ««t
Ninth and Market streets,
will be ready for occupancy
on the twenty-filth iust.
Heat, light, elevator and jan
itor service will lie furnished
by the Company. Offices
can now ho engaged at the
temporary office of the Com
pany, No. 837 Markat Street.
I
1
lo
N
lugs
ï"li
N
for
-13teud
N
FOR
;!«
•w 6 roomed liomres on E Pith streot.
between Rowers and Dure,
mouth.
14 «0 VV, 8th streot, 8 rooms and bath,
« room. «...I «**b.n
Corner dwelling Taylor and Buttonwood
streets, 6 rooms, rent flO per mouth.
1201 Plousnut slieet, 6 rooms und bath. 1
Dav is street,I
rent $9 per
6
rent ?ll per month.
307 VV. 5tit street, 10 rooms,
cheap. Apply
Will sell
JOHN MULYENA
915 MARKET STREET.
Telepone
Office opon evenings.
For Root or Sale.
One of the best business
loCiltionS in tllG CltV, No.
US Market street.
Storo an( j t i W elling with
13 rooms.
GEO. R. TOWNSEND & CO.
Rants Rsduüsd on
( ~!^ ^y"."
, 1():J lilIK , f . n 9trt . cfi rooms and hath.
M 6 n etteh slre t. 8 rooms und b
K. Seventh street. 8 rooms.
626 K. Fifth street, Ö rooms uud store.
1611 Tain .11
r.ioniH and bath.
7 rooms and bath,
street. 7 rooms.
WM. J. FISHER,
C06 »! AUK 1 .T ST
Another Reduction in Fiour ! j
ib ^aTd 0,te of f0 Fiour. a "he
"Matchless." I
.... . . .
1 I IIS IS a lailCV patent,
i r .1 J 1 , 7
mailO 11*0111 tllG VCl*y UCSt
wheat, which
uotecl for its health-giving
: urouerties. I
11 m ' - . . , 1
) ^ ^ ' ^* n
1 1-0 barrel, (12f lbs.) 38c-«'
1 -2 barrels, packed, each 83.1
tbo',-» , e 1 1 ' . . I
Barrels, tor - ^.75.1
These are strictly cash
-i i " 1
prices ana arc Very low.
IS
JAMES C. MORROW,
12 th and French Sts.
VYllminatoii, Delaware.
ulG-tf
Almond Cream, Almond Meal
Frostilla and
Espey's Fragrant Cream,
Ii
— delightful toilet preparations to unr,
utter exposure t»> the imrsh Match winds,
I ln*y .arc 'pi cimpt iu action •**■'• — 1
Inn in less as they are prompt.
The above can be procured of
Z. James Belt, Fharmaoiit,
Sixth & Market Streets.
CHAS. T. GEBLER,

?
508 SHIPLEY STREET.
Neat Work J Low 1 'kices.
L
DR. H. C. MOORE,
— DENTIST,
11)01 lldiiwiir« .4««-.,
Wil. Del
. Grnduato oi
< Ullcc over my drug st«
the I'btlnilelphU
Hospital of < 'i Ml Surgery, Teel Ii
eil eveuiugo.
1
•lit til
lim
NOTICE.
OTJCK.
M
The taxable residents of New Castle
Hundred and all pertains liable to pay
in suid Hundred are hereby notified that
tho undo«signed Delinquent Tax collector
for said Hundred will bo at tho store of
William K. Hllver at lied Dion,
day, March 15, between tho hour* of 2 and
4 p. m , and at the oltlce of Julian t>. Jau
vlrr. Justice of tho Pouce, In New Castle,
Monday, March 28 and Tuesday, April
1892, between the hours of 12
4 p. m„ for the purpose of receiving tar
in pnrauauocof an act of the General
Assembly of this State.
JOHN T. HAYE«.
Collector of I)ol/ njucnt Taxes of New
Castle Hundred.
T
jq-OTICIS.
TO THE DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS OF
BLACK II! KD HTTNDKED.
The taxable rcsldontsof niackblrd htin
suid
dred and all persons liable
hundred are u
•by notified that the
Hgiucd, deliiu|uent tux collector.
1 hundred, will lat at Mrs. Perry 'a attire,
near thn long bridge, on Tliursduvs,
March 17 and 8l. between the hours ol'2
and 4 p. m. At Dulu <ey s
April 7 and 21, betvt
■b
Tlnii-sdays,
lion is ol 2
p. in., for the purpose of receiving
in pursuance of an act of the Oeu
vrai Assembly of the State.
11. C. mtO( KSOV.
Collator of Delinquent Taxes of Hlaek
bird Hundred. in7-10l
WATER - - - DEPARTMENT,
S. W. Corner Sixth and King Sts.
Olhec Open » a. in.
Water rents arc due and
vittice In Jnnuar,
the lace ol' the
«•«•nt.. will be added:
Commencing April
1 j». in.
payable In nd
y. If pal 1 in .lauimry
hill; In February 6
the department
WILL SHUT OFF WATER.
At ub preiitis- H mil pul.I for.
ni4-lmcud JOHN B. GitOllE, Heg 131 rar.
( »TICK TO FA UM E : t Ü—
N
The "Improved Wiley" plow mnniifnc
tuieil by us, is tin« « lieapost and by far the
most economical of nil other plows used;
3 shares reversible for fl. heml for circu
lar and testimonials. American Hoad
Machine Co., t'. Nummer Pyle. Gonornl
Agent, Kounett Nqinire. I*a
inrlO-tf
I >KMOVAI.— .lohn It. C. G
1 V from 810W Market, street
corner of 7
II lias re
streets
where lie will be found by
lo buy or rent real estate,
selling and renting real estuto.
loaned
Hhijjley ^
lie allem!»
Money
lair rates.
dlO-tf
N
o r ICE.—I bo
limlereigiicd having
lout «îr mislaid lier deposit
marked 11. 10,1)17. i.i
lugs Hank.gives not lee that she has
>w book. CHA it LOTTE
mnM-ltw-:
ilmiiigtou Sav
lo
«Ilealion for
IAN n UM.
ï"li
N OTICE - ,f. A. C.. NO
Fourth street has just had
order a new style of trunks the best look
ing.and tho at rouges! made In the city
for the price, ill***» tho largest und llnost
stock ol traveling bugs.
4 E
nil
OTK'K—'
Wiliningtoii r i
N
* le iiporary odiue
• le«: rie Conipiiny
muruiieo olliu
id.
RENT^&si»—
& Co'
'til repair
j ü ^. , ïïi ,, Âi w . , ;! ,e i r, l .îï 1 !;™ï
warded hy MHh l * 1,0 ,Jn,,or Wl11 lo r '"
I__
1- - *
VTOriLE. RLMOV AL— Dr. y\
^ bas removed his olllee nnd
donee to No. ROI Delaware uv
. E. I'rantz
tills otliee.
Buy a Good Home
Whsn ths Opportunity Gifs
4M
I.OOIC BELOW.
10C0 French strec
815 \\ ashliigt on
826 West asrr—
881 West Mr.
211 Went ....
*218 West si I
Southwest
tiner Third and
Seventh
Booth w.st cortior
Liroumi*
8l3 Washington nt root.
1018
sblrig
l*2lft Washington street.
l'JOfiTatnnl
•202 JelT.ir
211 Jeffer.
1811 .lell«
1328 W.w
•si:
Franklin street.
1463 lir
• street.
Itroome st i
King
816 King st reel.
?
SEYJîNTII AND JTAItiiET»STULETH.
j 75 gc^ys ^
EASDWARE, CUTLERY & TOOLS,
I ALSO ELECTRIC SUPPLIES.
I nns-i-od-lm
1
n n nnDIHCnU 9 PflMUAMV I
«• HOBIWSOH & COMPANY, 1
bankers and brokers,
I Fomin ami Marlo-t
„«xn.ro«.
S2!""'"' d . . . . 0,1 ,
1 Letter« of ore<lit given, available in nil
nartsor ilm worl.l, un.Mi-»rt-«o:i Ituglnud,
lMuù!i. J ' t ' raUC ' 4Ü " r ' UU '' r '' ,|,1!iW "'" l '''* l,î
T. S-.,., -.1 ptmrOM ,,r N .H. I,„ , k of 1
Iielawaie. 4 sliarea ol' L'idon .Nat. Hunk i
'
i
;
!
;
■!
214 MARKET STREET.
W. H. MoGARRITY,
l|.w" '
■ nml retail dealer inhutitcr.egu-A
■ uud poultry. \V«» have tub ;
dl butter from to :Wm»n ,,nr poued.
Ii will I»
ndvautat*'
(Stalls 51, 52 and 53, Third
Street Market, Wilmington, Del.
Telephone 580.
1
REMOVAL.
Dr. Quinby has moved to No.
818 West Strc?t.
rlO
A TTI.NTYON' - PF.K8ON8 DKSII.'ING
pure druua and cliuuucala, or wisiuug
Itiicir prcscriptioiiH
I« an fully
ÜNgTiVi/St, No.
ininj;ioii. Del.
privaiu receipts
. u.
ci, Mil- ;
IŒN1LW0UTII INN,
Near the Beach,
AtlanticCity, N. J.
New House. .
ANNIE C HU CB.
]
ANDERSON'S
Boarding and Livery Stabis
Office 106 E. Front St.
CHOMAS II ,
26- »3
AT
t-f
Iip ^
Rhn : "You are really a good hu&
He : " What is it
new bonnet ?"
"No ; I know yrm want me to look well
and !>e in good trim. Order me some of
Johann Hoff's Malt Extract, the earne as
Mrs. Webb uses with her meals,
proved her wonderfully. You u cd to
make fun of lier light weight. You ran
. She lias become plump
»nd of nice form. She u ses it constantly
beverage, and I like it very much.
Bal»y needs it, too. It is very pleasant to
Mike, increases the appetite, and it cured
ier of lier dyspepsia and sleeplessness
jompletely. Look out and buy no imita*
Son. The genuine imported article has
Sie signature " Johann k lioff
leek of every bottle.
band.
darling—I
not do
the
JAPANESE
Ä
PM
1 f}.t
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever
kind or degree— External, Iniernul, blind
Bleeding Itch ing. Chronic, Iteeenl or
. Tn it* Remedy lias positively ne«
fail. $1.01» box. 6 boxes I
eeeipt of price. A
Guarantee positively given
•I* of 6 boxes when purchase I
refund tho 4ft paid if not cured. (1
antce issued by N. It. |) \M old'll. Druggist
Hole agent, Secomluiid Market streets, wfi
mlnglun Delaware. aiiU-ft.wl
redi
ver been
• $ .ou ;
known
if, mail prepaid
each
writ!«
pure
MANHOOD KE610RSD.
— "KAN ATI VO/*
Wonderful bpni.
Nervous I«.
Memory, Lc
Urn
Viikefnluew. l>>»t Mar
I, NcryouNU.'Ha, lis
/I fJ&r.
cH5T
Jeforc & After U36
Fbotogrujilu
lb acratlvc
.• T-excrtlon, youthful
,ic of tobai r.i, opium, or e*.: i»u»utho. which tiltlinati i
ail to lull. niily, Cousuin]iiieu :>ud Iu*:*ni«>. J'ut u,
ti couwultTt form to < «rrv In tlv vert pocket. Pile
i' a pocWagr. or 0 for %5. V.'ith every I« order
• written g tu* renter in ear«*
y. Kent l»y mill to h a/ udUcc
Mi-atloa this ;«u| r.
MADRID CHEMICAL CO., i>irc',i Ofltce for U. 3. A
3.'*8 Dnsi hnrii Stro-U ('IRCAGO ILL.
FOR SALK IN WiLMIMilOX, DLL, BY
Herhert K Wntr •««. 80.1 Market St.
U. Dgidorth. «.<•
refund tlu
Circular fie.
Sta.
D0 YOU Whn f HtLltF ?
KROUT'S RHEUMATIC REHSDf
Will |•r()u:r■Uy rdlrvo the
inatiain or Bout. Uv Miletly
tlui directiuita, it wih cure you pctiua »
•sing
nc
T
KROUT'S JOIJ L5IATIC KRMKDT,
rudurjid !•> tiuLdreis oî
rem* VkJui'x a' T *
51.CO Fer Es*.
C 8:
, IC.M. Füll, S5 Cil. Est.
•end tl.it»
"aLd'eUT ' liV:V)UT, ll '
8331 Marlio« btreet. BliLadfa
m
v
:\
\
mm
nu.i
_i/ri/rie&tinami/tiffirrtnnrmfin-furer.tben'mlahuiid
I ^6*% BOGenui'ue 'lIan«j-Ko\vrd/diofnostcalf
1 sSî,Kr!5,?2;\7Â5â hiït"À!SSui nuc, '
|Jf»4 ■ ptyllMi, uomfortâbli* uturêluruble.
sht» ev«r «»ITurtsi nt this prices *nme gruJo
!m™
, ISJ.ÄäiXfK'KflÄSÄ
sionc«lge. Ono pair will wvur r\- nr.
oO flue enlfj no l.i-iior sh.».* ever offered at
"'mÄÄÄÜte 1 "
1 S2.-L"t','!y?rr.!i:? ÄÄIDA'Vw'S
i bave given them atrkil will »v. ar nooi'i. rnmko.
' S2.III) nu»! >• I.T• > htIi««.!
i v.oriibyihelMn.u-vrrywiiure; they sell
pn their m"rlt8, as tin* ln< r*w<s|r.g rales sh.nr.
II o.iJrtfi 81.01) Jlnn<L*;'«vf«l h!i
; IrdCJI^îV li.,nc »la. v. - vsivllsh; *
! Itr.p'-rt.'-l HinH"»eoatlugfroiii f l.i, Uogfi.
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THE
W. L. DOÜÛLÂS
S3 SHOE CENtL^MEN
H!£ BEST SHOE III THE WORLD FOR THE MUHEV?
li Is ;> BpauiluKa hIio«, vv
•1 been use
ark a or wax tlireai
■si line calf.
r.. il »r», host
ads French
u id *1.93 sli'if fnr
Ntsli-liainldurnlih).
< nation. -?«»•
prico aro etumped «»u the uottum cf cat
prTAKR NO •»I'BSTITf.'TE, At
T'-*-l-*t • I! a lv.-rlicc 1 <!. -ilerm»ir>iityiiigymi.
DANIEL M'CUSKER
2 I 6 WEST SECOND ST. JiSI-uJ
WE EMIME E m
OC' (LISTS' V?
ORDLaS FILLED.
YOU THINK YOUR EYES ARE GOOD !
xaiuiiicd you will prol»nbl|
ong with them,
to you.
there is somethin)
1 that pia-^-s will Ih- a unent lieu*
• InmitaMo "1)1 A »2AXT.V1«
if y
fin* 1 th
v
... . i-.wTiieh
arc made «»nly by us. and r, eoininended by 1<ml
; ing Oculists a* tlio i»*«L aids to dclbctive vision.
Solid Gold Sfieotacles $3.o«)j
Steel Spectacles -
ArtifiC'Ul Eyes inserted 4.
.mal price Sß.oo
- ,. r .«*| iiHtin) prkv l.oo
' Oft) (muai prie*) 10.1)0
ZIKLMAN & BR 0 . 1130 S. Ninth St.
; i'
OPTICIANS.
AOkWasn CI)Q3tnut
IPHiLADELPHiA.
'' Walnut Striiota*
or;. REKOH.vimizEHs
A (IIiVk'Â M) jeoslTlVl: K.ur , oi
I/41E.V VU.OK M.d the only !.»•
. flrliiraBXVAL iis JCtSI LI l' Y »
. IT A I.ITi k. *«. A Murvfll m.lu» «*»•
r«»t«»r,fiilirrlyha::n!f»». By mall. Sl,Afi»r St(>»«a Cur»
] mwoMitd). Cu.ties. i)K-lU'.CATONJl(.k^i«MJo*[(Ai Ms
Ki'.lmatA
M
J.
PERSECUTtl».
The following poom In from the well
known pen of Tlev. J. H. Willi», and Ih
taken from the March number or "The
Methodist."published at. Smyrna, Del., by
Rev. W. \V. VV. Wilson, broth-1 or Rev. J.
A. 11. Wilson, lato Presiding Elder or the
Dover District, Wilinlngton Conference:
I saw an eagle on bis Gift,
Uenuut.il the dun clouds jugged rift,
W Idle through the breach Ins dauntless
eye
Oozed c dndy up the azure sky.
Unmoved ho uat iut<l light ulngs dread.
And thuudci-M rolling lotind hi» head.
There - prend hin plumes like liny .-ails
To cutch the fury of tin* gales,
And beet tho whirlwind m power to scorn,
With pinions in I ho mount»
Ten thousand times those wing« hud tried
The currents of tho ether 1 .*lo;
Ten thousand times that \ isiou clomh
The biasing summer'a uuu-lil dome,
Yet neither wreek nor dimness came
From maddening blau nor piercing
Tho glowing day's Inlcnser light
Hu I added freshness to Ids sigld.
And midst the wild winds rnging strife,
Heart took
I watched that bird from far below,
Where pride holds league with mlnh and
Where rampant folly
Dovlse the downfall of the good,
And selfishness and g re d betray
The weuk and guileless l»y the way.
th» ruthless hand of spite
Raised grimly gainst that pioud bird's
Ami cruel hatred'snnkcd
Wiihgl tteringshcen did upward glance
Ah though li would tho ti
Who set the eagle's home on high.
of
as
to
to
and stronger life.
8 lustful brood
ths sons of envy bring
Their fragile arrows lo the string,
Andbti-ivc with recking Iihiiii lo
Tho v
Yet feebler than tho straws that fly
Hofore the lilnst when wfnti t h niah.
was vnln.
•med ruipsllegto their pluce,
Koch shaft fell short.
Tho proud bird's eye still swept the plain,
And where the imriuleafl tumult :
Look cd calmly down upon his loe.-.
Tbrloo regal thou,
of bravest heart »nd bohlest form,
The slurs do crown thee,
I he peaks wl
h
I
a
bird of storm,
i thy throne
est sunset shone,
llilne in the rnlnbow-hclted morn,
Tin: glittering Orient' 1 * golden born ;
And pioud and peaceful be thy sleep.
Whore mottled midnight,wraps the steep.
'Twbb God the eagle's eyrie guv e,
TIs God who
Gittsgm.lus with its wings of lig ht,
Emballles pu
And throws uround the pure and free
1 lie guerdon of ilis majesty.
dies o'er the brave;
A
SS Willi
«gilt.
;
God mocks the coward, spurns tlie mean,
Sets walls of rock and brass butwcun
The servile and the noble heart.
And sliieldsthe e.tglc from the
God built the mountains grand and high
And lefl
For nature s vile and groveiii
'TIs inote than sail when reptiles rise
To spoil tin* tenants of
When seusoloss Lula fr
To holiest summits dure to climb,
Yet sinking iu the trbil vain,
Durido they heights Hie cannot gain.
that soar und birds that fly,
•low, pestiferous lands
mold and alime
Ko us of old the glowworm's light
Detleô 1 lie day-god in bin miglil :
Sous when drunk wilii wrathful gloo
The fatuous Persian lashed the s« a.
'id matideiiiug tide!
iiis hrokoii gui 'omis rid".
And watched vv
U hen o'er the wild
the heedless
Roil back ward lo its place again.
How jt ers the crowd when
-need* I he eonm* herd to |
with what low greed Hie v
ss falls,
• will einig
' fortune's wing,
l»o
:
And slay the
of Galilee!
(>, Peace! unfurl tliyhauncrs
Through these dull morin-t loiids of
Tea« h < 'ruolty thy notes of love.
And hind tlie vulture vv.ili tin- dove.
.Truth! assert thy proud design.
'ortho wide vale replete with death
thy breath,
bi'Sl ial
Wuke life and I <
And to ttie uprls
The triumphs ol
Far upwiinl yet the eagle soars
Where I ight 11 ing Humes mid t-m pest roars.
And
the e
througii the golden haze
dug eye
That ci.iiqiu'i..
Seek broader rc
:nl purer sky.
Fright fill Sb I P IV
okn.
Stauneli hliips strike nnd founder, the
H rc*«* winds mid nicuiituinous waves
•op •mille murinerH '*h«*i
•*hiitwre«d{ nnd
nth. yet that does
■ luhhcrlR'M landsman
he stormy Atluntic In
nmcrchd traveler.
: is dost itiution
-laking his
ly he wi
the •|iiitliiiH of - I sickness, mile,
vv i t ii him Hüstelt« r s Siuiuacli Hitlers
inlndlithie spetdlle f- r nausea. Bad
the
I
MJHHJ
Ils <11 ordering elle«
H titrent
upon iiu- stomach, bow
■is. Agaiuid tin*
...j.....eial effoetsof
g- tie and exposnire it
malaria, bad <
is ai
effieaci
Kitism a <1 kidney < <
• Und vv.lh
it.
t ity Rallw.iy linpr
The Wilmington City Railwnj' Com
pany will commence work on the pro
poned Ninth street line as booh us the
muteri/il for the snnio arrives. The
1 is to run down Ninth to Church,
along Church f « » Ktovonth.'.ip Kleventh
to Walnut um! down Walnut to the
intersection ut Ninth.
The cars of t liât line are then to run
•or tho Market si root
Fourth street, and there they will take
the Maryland Avonnn line to its termi
nus. The Ninth street linn is in fa**t
extension of tho Maryland
Avenue line to Church slroet. Tn
fers will bo made to oilier lines that
crossed. i'he company expects to
have the Ninth street line ready for
upending before midsummer.
Another contemplated improvement
is tlie extension of the trolley oleetrlo
system from tlie middle depot to the
Rising Sun. This, however, will
I««* commenced until tho Ninth street
line Is completed.
it is the intention of the company to
extend their lines in all directions
where tho most people will be accom
modated, und where there is a fuir ex
pectation that the r<-ad will pay in a
reasonable time in tlie future.
'
at
to
New Homo

I ,»
I«) cornftntnblo wlicn you
bar
(
lun e ordered u t «
r» I »,t Hour from Shcwanl »V Chandler
Fourth and IvingslrecU*. 1'liuue, 408.
f coal r.nd
fnr
Suit- a
tlie Talley I ;
•tioneer, will s«*ll
t tiie late
lywine liiindrcd.
Thursday, the dial inat., at 2 o'clock
'o good inn ses, butcher >4ug
. boiler, engine, bauaugo grinder
nnd Bluffer, uud u lot of buteiiera
tools.
Wm. A. Iiu kill,
at public sal«?.
Geo Talley, ill 1»
th.
P
R«vei
poumis «»r buckwhoat for !î()
-... J. J. Smith a, coiiicf Fourth
ud tshipioy strnet3.
1 lag Raising.
A l!r*g raising took place yesterday
ufteriiuon at tlie public school at
Moutcliuniu otfitioii, by tho pupils.
Tho exercises
latrlotio nddresae
*yle and otiiore. Tho dilectors of tho
«diool presented the Hag and thoimlo
va» presented by tho Harlan tfc Hol
lingsworth Company.
S12 all wool 1». IT. black cheviot luit
to order, 521 Market streot.
intoresting, nnd
* rmido by Jos.
Drayton Wain wright, ( liarlie Jeff
is, Howard Webster,
Dover
participate in tlio children's dunce and
anuuul reception at the hotel liiclmi»!
Hon. Whilo iu Dover they will be the
i' guests of Mrs. Senator Richardson.
ut-jr, 311 Shploy.
i Eddlo Brcn
will accompany l'rof. Wet «fi tor to i
tlie 21at of April, in order to
oi
A. Rucher, Sigu
I
A
New Czotle, Del. March SO.— The H.
Board of Education met last evening In
and trancwutod the regular business. kept
The following standing committees is a
for the year wore appointed: On teach- face
. Ferris, Ellason, and Cooper; on
text-books. Cooper, Eckles and Frazer;
;hool property, Ellason, Stewuit Puck.
and Connolly; on llnance. Herbert, each
NVorthington and Frazer. The visit- tltion
ing committees are: On school No. l, ing
Ferris, Ellason and Cooper; on No. 2, ed
Herbert, Eckles and Frazer: on No. 3, dally,
Stewart, Worthington and Connolly, food
The Board then proceeded to ballot Tor it in
secretary. There were six candidates; little
live votes were necessary for election, very
.Six toon ballots were cast and resulted the
in no election. Messrs. Edwin Eckles, past
J. C. Jeniison and F. H. Gulick each trying
received four votes on different ballots, food,
The Hoard adjourned until tho next a
regular meeting night, when an elec
tion for sécrétai y will bo the llrst ordered
or business.
Bev. Charles E. Murray, roetor o f as
St. Andrew's Church. Wilminfftou, will
preach in Immanuel P. E. Church to- thus
Mrs. MoCabe, a former resident of tiret
Hits city, now of l'hdadelpiua, Is visit- could
inff her old friends hero.
Miss Anna Challenger went to Salem him
yesterday to visit friends.
The bicycle craze seems to have
struck Now Castle forcibly during the
last few weeks. Nearly every pro mi-to
nent young man is now tho possessor long
of a wheel, and several of them hnvequirod
gained quite a prolidency in riding 1
Six of tho cyclersoi gaged in a race on ig
Delaware street lust evening, as a trial
of their speed. A throe-mile
a purse of *10 will take pluce In
short time.
Tho jail commissioners last
New Castle Hem*.
morrow evening.
e,e fot
h goncy
short
-milnir
ordered tlie suits for the prisoners to that
bo finished as soon as possible. 7hoy
will be of a heavy gray material
black stripes. It was ascertained that,
In
it will tako tlio wliolo of tho *4,000 ap* and
I ropriated by Levy (kiurt to pay the a
bille incurred by tho jail. 'of
;
|ic -B,
It
Lnstovonin*Edw.ird MoDono ugh, mix
a strangor iu this oity, hati an escape Hats
from dn.wniriK tn tho Christiana at *■•■'«.
the loot or French street whnrf. The
to
A Narrow Escape
mini was first soen at Front and French
streets by Sergeant Chambers and,
officer Scott of whom ho inquired
the way to l)u Font's Hanks, at which Hof.
plaça lie »aid he lived. Ho was <lire«-l
ed to go straight out Front street, but M.
instead of doing that walked around __
several squares, com ing back to French -
street. (
Ho kept on down that street to the]
wharf and plunged ovorpoard. IIe. :
however, managed in someway to got
out or tlie water, mi.l w.,» fotmü t,y lo
Luona amt tW«. ÄUn« Jn
the wharf shivering with the cold. I ho Buro
officers had him ramovod to tho liai 1
tlie patrol wagon, where ho was ache.
wrapped up in warm blankets and the
found him it la more nan probable These
•hut he y. ould havo died, ns lie was so
benumbed that ho could not speak. ness
snd
„ . . . , more
Eyerv one that has ever visited Bel-proving
fast. Ireland. Unds that the time is well f or
u" woiitg ibrotigh the great tea **s
tubllnhiuiMit of Foster Green. It Is tho and
1H1 18 *, bewiidoring establish ment with its
Eft clerks. Ascne Indy said, they seemed will
to l1y. Mr. Green Isa V rt-nd, strict In nil Liver
• oi I Quaker waya und keeps ins hand ^j,]
ever o;>eii to d 1st rest* ••r any kind Ho bas one)
OHtubtislied one of the largest trades In by
the kimlgoiu. His wagon travels all over
London, nnd his to« has a tame which 1
arises from tho blend mg. Mr. T. M. W ini
bus bought th" sujrot of blend Ing the
h relative, who blooded for Foster
■ear-*, and will have the tea on
Something About Ten.
sale as soon ns all tbu pap
and sinned, and he will he ••ole agent for
all pri«'«". That is
Wilmington
a nuitiLer of people to
this blended tea,
something !
employment
puek ami blend the tea.
Go to Wnltlier Æ Co. to have your
carriages repaired.
Tho Court of Cliuucery.
Tho closing session of tho (.'curt ofi
Chancery was hold yesterday atter
ri, when the preliminary restraining!
t grunted to Mary N. Morrill;
A Middletown linil-j
motion of I
*d Sauls
ord*
against tho i)de
way Company, »... ..
.'uhnl'lggs, (Jisiiilss«'d. AMI!
bin y, Jr., Htnte«l to tlio court that tlii.s:
was tlio llrst of tlm injunction cases,
and lmd f- n tirougnt without tho
knowhidg« of tho attorneys. Since!
tho case was entered the dofondautsi
have bought thn plaintiff 'h land. The
Chancellor then decided that the
plaintiff
.loiuitimn K. Williams,
»V Middletown
then taken tip,
1 between
finally
The cas
against tlie
Railway Company
when a Uisc.isal»»
counsel,
adopted: "By agreement of i he solid*
-!> of both part les the restraining or
I tl(c*foilowing
granted is discharged
and tlie ru I <5 to ehow causa why a pre
liminary injuntdion nil.ill not*bo issu-)
I is continued lo bo heard upon live.
Sice by cither party." Several j
iv continued or drooped, and
Ijourned lust evening, when
a train loi Dover.
cases W
court i
the C hancelJor took
A Xcn Fiirnitiire Store,
Just opened with a llret-class assort*
•nt of all kinds of line furniture,car
pels. bedding, et»*. John J». Taylor.
, 4'2.*> West Second street.
', manager.
proprietor
Win. Xuyii
Street
• Coniiiilsstnu.
iokly mooting of tho
hebl
The
Stre«*t and Sewer Commission w
last evening, when the bn la
l»anit was reporte« I
The weekly pay-roll
nt H ly pay-roll of £?.!(). and tho
quarterly pay-roll of $15ô.5iï,
presented and ordered paid. The
rotary reported collections of tllf»7.!)8,
iitor reported collec
lo *?7J.50.
giilar
111
being »JÖ, 163.2«.
of 9155.53, the
Bids for putting a third story on the
ci'y building ut >.x î 1 « a«id King ref
S'p!Srt! , i "iij«Ä : Ä l' '«.v.:!
i>. Seeds »V Son.
third; William J. Frown, #2657. The
contract was awarded t«> Mr. Blown.
Applications were reeei vc<l from « .
K. 'iliJiiuis, W. li. Bunting. W. ij
Shaipless, F. Stct/.l«*r ami J«»lm
Bougliman for tho position of assist
secretiny. but. tho toi rd has
yet decided
Tlie proposition
I tho city
tioiH amounting
was «lecidcMl to hire
the stone breaker until January
Jt
engineer to
1st.
KI5; il. S
hristy,
ate the oliice.
ituprovo Delà
as «licfeusscd ami it was
decided lo obtain thu views of tho resi
dents
the uv«
Auction 811 lo of 50INI pi
pn(iernt Sddham »V Hon's. 111 F. Fourth
Nt., Friday afternoon. April 1st. lö'.rj.
'clock. L. W. Stidiu
of wall
Auctiouuora.
Great Redurt 1 «»iih Hi I'liotograptia
One 16x20 «'rayon i'01 trait wltJi
dozen cabinets for f4.tX). Ono dozen
l etitcH for .10 conta at, lioli iud'o Gal
lory, 207 Market Btcot, Wilmington.
Jjoiawura.
*
i 70c a box.
stein's, No. 5 East 2d.
150 1»
«W.WT*
Dr. Simms' vegetable Hvor pille,
sugar coated,
l»*6s. uro undoul'tedly ti
best liver medicine* in our great c
trv.
I pain
iincst and
•ai licnlng i
.
^
I
A Monkey's Linguistic Achievement.
H. JL. Onrner, In the April Forum.
In the loom where the monkeys
kept by a deolor iu Washington there
is a cage containing a young whlte
face cebus of more than average Intel
ligence. On the same shelf and in an
adjacent cage Is tho little capuchin
Puck. They can easily see and hear
each other through the open wire par
tltion which separates them, there be
ing no other obstruction. I have visit
ed l'uck for many woeks almost
dally, and always supply him with l0
food after requiring him to ask me for 6
it in his own language. Having but
little interest In the white-face, whole jo
very shy of me. 1 rarely showed him * 45
the slightest attention until within tho w
past few weeks, when I observod him 6
trying to utter the capuchin sound for
food, which always secured for i'uck and
a banana or some iruts.
Seeing that l'uck was always reward
for uttering this sound, the little 10
white-face began to try it. and as soon and
f as i discovered his purpose I began to
reward him In tho same way. ami have .
thus seen one step taken by a monkey «
the mastery of another tongue. At j
tiret bis effort was quite poor and I
could not at once docido what he
meant; but practice has developed in 4
him great proficiency, and now he
speaksit almost as plainly as the 8
capuchin hiraself *fto
Tins was '.doubly Interesting -o
mi-to mo in view of tho fact that I him
long believed that no monkey ever ac- E
hnvequirod the sounds of another species.
1 frankly admit that this one instance
ig alone sutliciont to cause mo lo re
me
7
u
6
10
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12
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10
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4'2i),
4J03,
and
16
lo from a conclusion renamed
tcnablo by such certain proof, the uo*
goncy of which Is emphasized by the
short time in which it has i*oen nceoin
pliblied: but 1 still regard it ae a rule
that monkeys do not do so.
The fled Rug.
In hot weather he's about. To quickly
and permanently rid you bedeut' hugs.f
a small box of ltouuH on Rats
'of benzine, shake well whe
; Douche the mixture Into tlie cracks, ert-v
|ic -B, holes ur.d openings of the bodsteud.
It will turn their tors .
mix up another small box
Hats thoroughly with a«luarter pound of
*■•■'«. »»s tui. iniitur,- nil »11 ii.iics, won
SÄÄ'ÄÄ
to bo effective und lasting. Cut this out.
us mg
11
up rapidly. Then
KtUTGII ON
ROUGH ON TOOTHACHE. Instant
Hof. lftc.
M. F. Davis, je wo 1er, No. 9 E. 2d St
__
- ..
(
: Tite
Positively no griping and never sickening
lo Hm-t op-'rajlou. I „.loulnedly iboOct
îüa
Buro curo ror nick headache, in
1 perfect untidot«* for nt:y kind
ache. A splendid relict in all troubles of
the kidney*, backache. &o. A splendid
These Pills remove bl«»tciten Bieepine«*,
Ue.-wim-ss, bad ami tited leeiingn. costive
ness and livcrooraphilut. They
snd eertum. The most popular Pills of
day. One box worth h half dozen
more of any other kind. They
Bel-proving their superiority over all others
f or i u *t ♦) years. Good appetites.
licnifhy livers, elegant digcativeatoniuciia
and correct siroug kidney a. «re tlie
medical offert ol their use. Thousands
will testify that they are the trup and real
Liver Pills of tho times. Thegenuimi are
^j,] only I«. '25-cent and *l boxes ; S ix
one) . Po iu by regular druggists and
by malt,
1
Dr. Similis Vcgutublu l lyur Pill*
8 2o
Sugar Coated.
leri'ul Pills of tlie
|y,
.
11
26.3,
sro
Depot 422 Market Streets,
Wilmington, Del.
binltli, Uliue anti I rem it Co., Philo.
is
tie
•7
I
We mention a
few of tlie many
bargains we have
in Hosier}'.
One lot of men's
half hose unbleach
ed tans, grays and
blacks, full regular
made 12Jc, worth
25 cents.
One lot cf ladies'
dropped stitch in
black, tans and
steel, 25c from 38c.
One lot of ladies'
lisle thread, black
and colors, drop
ped stitch,88c from
50c. One lot Chil
dren's fast black,
sizes 7 and 71,only
17c from 25c.
At 25c wc aim to
have the largest
and most attractive
stock to be found.
We guarantee all
our black hosiery.
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E, B. Riley
228 ElmgSt
°
Miss Bigger's School,
.
f
Ninth and King Streets.
Spring term begins March
14th. Call at the school or ad
dress.
RACHEL S. BfCCER,
PRINCIPAL,
No. 624 VV. Fourth Street.
f«5
«lay
NO, 500 Sllll'LEY ST,
I
Delaware.
Wilmin;
mmi mu m m,
nut ly on li.md
iort Notice. Ib-palrlng
•r.-lyd
Promptly Done.
*
PAT RICK FAHEY
1
in u.m
'Shop No. 1322 W. Fourth st.,
IVil:
i-ritiinutes f
nibhed and contracts taken
■h. Jobbing promptly
. intended t«>. and satisfaction guurmnoea
^ Ui'deiH Solicited mi'3-tf
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
l0 A c c o|n|»°dation, tf
6 AiVijinii în'iki n in
New York, 1»> 205420
jo 10 iu, Il si a. in*, ni
* 45 , ® 10 , g 17, ft 5t* 'tfzi, 7 06, 718,
w ,M ; , ...... m
6 w,tl * ÜUt -haugo, lois a. m.,
lor* w'est Chester via I.amokln 8 30
and a as u. in., -25 mul 3 4 > p. ui. '
ForNewark(Centre) and lu termed lat« |
V 1 ;» I s M R 5 C ,*?
10 0 iaoa l wi*G 8 ^n !
and lî 13 night * 00 y * |
Baltimore and Ray Une. » 23 p. m.
. Baltimore and Washington, « 46, «01,
and 11 00 a. m., 12 iw, 12 60 11 15 _
,7, 4 ' 9 '„«*{•,. * w ° 3 * 0,56 7
TmfnsforDelawareDIvlsIonieavefoR
New castle. sis, 11 S3»,
4 1*'»® JVDW. 9.50p. in„ and is Q0 night.
f,® 1 * ; e *w* *87 P
8 "V m g «*. ïïi 0 ,?.!
*fto p- uL* Harrlu * ,on * ,ld WUJr
Express for Dover, Harrington and
D®lnim-, 11 is a. w m 4 8? p.
E ï^ ese for Wyoming* 8m yr
ComKrtlnîfviSrSkSÏ 1 i5S^m ül a. ,î?anî
^'^rtand Norfo^, n I8 a . m . andWOl
Philadelphia, Wilmington A Halt. HR
Jan. 18. 1692.
Tralu« will leave Wilwiugton as follows : i
Philadeinu 1 »(express), iu, 2 5.'», 4 * 0 . 6.10 1
7 46 . 7 60,8 6 o,'.) 00 , a 47 , 1005,10 ie. ji go ,11 .vi
u 61*. U!„ |12 10, 1 ay, 4 .«, 5 04, 5 10, 5 17 i
6 4.Ö, li 01», •« \t 1 7 Oli, 7 H and » 1 n. in.
Accouiuiodutioii, 6 (X), 6 65, 7 05 8 03 1
10 46 U. 111., 11 33, 2 25, 3 15, 4 55, 6 20, 6 43
7 40 and iü Bin. in.
for CImatur (express). I 56,1 21. 6 J ), 7 4>,
7f>0. 8 50, 9 00, 0 47. 10 65. 1J 20. 11 31 *. Ul.,
3 0», 3.'>6, 706,7 18 undo 12 p. »I.
, 6 55. 7 03, 8 08,
2 23, 3 15,4 56, 3 20,
.50, 0 5.5, 1i 58,
, » 2 38, 1 39
820. p. Ul.,
.. 2 .1«*, 330,
A 12 01 nigliC.
6 58
Leave Philadelphia, Broad street, for
Wilmington (express), 330. 7 20, 7 27,8 31,
9.10,10 2o, JO 33,1118 a.in.. 1210 lia i »t
2 02, 8 0J, 3 40. 3 A3. « 0| 4 41. 5 08, *5 1 7
6.10,55«, 8 17.6 67,7 40, 11 18,11 30 p. ni. and
12 03 nlglit.
AccornmodaMon, fl a3. 7 40, 10 88.11 82 a.
tu.. 112, 2 28. S 10, 4 0:). 4 48. C-2. 838. lOO.'k
10 40aud 1138D. m.
HONDA Y TRAINS.
For Pbtladelphia (express), 153 . 233, „
4 20, 8 50, 9 00, 10 05, 11 5i u. m i .m 4 82.
)l. 5 10, 6 5«i, 6 Oil, 7 06, 7 25 ami 9 12 D. in
▲ccomuiodatlon, 7 Cl, 8 03,
; lo, 1 45, 4 0\ 5 20 and lit 30 n. m.
ror Chester (express), 1 V5,1 .m, 8 50,9 oj
51. a. m„ 5 04, 5 5*1, 7 06. and » 12 i*. in.
Accommodation 7 00, 8 05,«. m., 1'2H
45, 4 0\ ft 20. 7 2ft a nd 10 30 w. m.
For N«*w York (express), 153.
4'2i), 7 0i), 8 30,11 61 a. in., 12 b*, 13Ut
4J03, ft 68. 6 06,HI 21.706 «nd 11 :t0 p. ....
For Iloston without: change, 8.5» p. in.
^rn* mnl 5 S ,e * e0r * Via Lumokin, 8 0l
For Now(Jftst|i*J n o50 n. m., 12 06 night.
For Gape Charles, Old Poiuc Goiuforl
and Norfolk, 12 ol n Ight.
For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, W y
omIng, Felton, llarrliiätoii, Rrldgeville,
Hcuford, Luu « cl and Helmut', 1*2 ol night.
Ha'tiniore nml Washington, 4 46, 8 01,
16 15 a. ill., 1-2 06, 12 50. 5 23, Hl 03, 7 40,
a..d 12 49 night, liultimore on
11
2 55,
4 32,
8 2o )».
|y, 6 <M p. tn. and i'2 13 utFbt.
. T.envo Phlladfl'.nhln. Broad street, for,
Wilmington (ex press), 1 50, 7'20. 9 1«), Il H
.. 4 11, ft 04, 6 57, 7 40, 8 35, 11 16
11 10 p. in., mid 12 I«.; night.
Aoemninmbition.t 15, 10 18 o
26.3, « 10, 4 38,10 <>S and 11 33 p.
For further Information, passengers
sro referred to tho ticket ollicu ut tlie
station.
(•)Congresssonal Limited expross.trnlns
oomposo«l entirely of Pullman Vestibule
Parlor and Dining C.
(Sb Limited express trains composed of
Pullman Yestlbuto Parlor Cars. Vestibül»
Passenger <'«»aches, and Dining
CHAR. K. PUGH. J. R.
General Manager. Gen'i I'ass'ger Agt. |
l., 1236b
WOOD.
BALTIMORE
&OEIO
RAILROAD.
a
ftchedulo in etreet Nov. 15. 1891.
TRAIN* LEAVE OKI . AVIS. DEPOT.
EAST BOUND.
•Kxpr
New York,
week days «3 09, «717, # 7 40
-..«a !
n.Vi^ S\ -T.-." 1 y 'of
K.O.. wuKo.ft 'Via ft® ! i
tie Bridge, lauding passengers In 11.
stuiimi at Boston.
Philadelphia, week days '108,809, 615,
•7 17, *7 40 7 ft". '5 *0, '•* IRJ, «9 511, io««0. •).»,; j,
, *2 VI,3 85.4 10 5 05, «3 33
' 5 1». in.
•1UJJ a.in.
Ne.w Yoi k.
.t a.
•11 5-2.1.
«45, '73 ', 8 30, 10 00,
Pbilrtdelpiiik, UuudaVH, *3 04, 6 45, # iI7.
Th". '.105, *1" 36.1 ! kU. :ii.,' 12 24,1 00.'J 5 >,3 05,
5 oft,*5 6 4-V7 39. 8 30,10 01, •lORSp.m.
, xv«>ek days, *3 os, « oo, fl 15. *7 I.
S'), 1690,
4 10, 5 05, *6 id. 6 45,
•740, 7 50,
3-i. 'll 5!
., i
5 p. in.
bunduys, Mn«, (141, '717, 7'»\
5,4 l'),5 )\
,'2 5
«lavs, *7 17
. Biindur, *717
Atlantic Citv,
f
25" p.in.
W KbT HO U N D.
H-.iitlutoru
47, *10 66 a..
•; »; p. in. daily.
HuUitiiorc and
C ■'»•'• 1». in. dally.
Baltimore and principal
Philadelphia Division,
Nowftrk, Del., *4
, t
, 7 "> 7 .!,":jaiir.!
-in,
m.uaiir. i
•lu/ ' !
ii. bon. uiiiiy. ' p ' ,0 "
icoinmodutioii, 7 02a.m.. 2"H 7
*. *< )•• m., daily.
4'"? rï
TuAÎlS'ÂAVit^MA'ter^-ïiiBR*
m.", »VJ' a'«, iîi ;
f; 42 ,-j 45 |
.
6 0. «9 2.5 rt. ni.
Baltimore and principal »tatlon«
Philadelphia Division, it
except Sunday. Sunday
For I.nmlenberg and way station«,
wcok days, C 53, 16 5« a. in., *2 4ft, ft 06 p.
Sundays, « 26a. in. «ml ft«« p. in.
Chlcatroaud Pitt-bnrg, •*• v.5 .t. in. dally
except Sunday, *3 55 P. nt . dalle.
Cincinnati und St. Louis, 'll (3 a.
dally except Sunday.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOR WIL
MING TON.
Dolly, *4 15, 6*0, 7.
•J 6U,'3 * 16, • 4 3). «4 *65. 4 '
•7 22, 8 111, 16
Sunday. *4
•11 36 a. m., 1
•5 ft I 619, «7 2
TelephoneN«l. l'.W.
tr Hab s
5'ia.
vv
ilaatcn, *4 51, 79i
•12 16, *2 6ft. 2 53, »4 4", *o
ay ululions, 702
7 02, •
•19
-•1216, -255
^^Mltsbui'g, •■* 47 a. tn., *4 49 p.
Cliioago. *8 47 a.II.., *4 b» p. Ul.
m.uli
nml *7 57 p.
STATION.
For Philadelphia, w
•7 24. V 2-'», •'.'33, *11 35».
in. Sundays, 6
355. »45 n.
; III. dully,
;
" 8
12
."9 Ti, •10 )9,
»3 416,
«i«», lo'ia, 1130 p.
cru pointa U« wer than
J. T. »»DULL"
General MaiiHiror.
r.
• cii'I Push. .Went.
Wilmington Steamboat Company
I'll 11 I Dill .I'll I A ST F A MHO A'i'S,
Thursday, March 24th, 1892.
M 1; A.11 Fits
nässet of Chester^
-AND
BRANDYWINE.
1
1 Freight. Daly,
;
;
«lay liiclml- d.
Hinimrlon, Fourth at reef wharf
i'liiiad'-lpliiii!' Cl!,
L. av
!.»•
1
I
All lient** ' top both w hi - nt «"here r.
JOSEi'II IIA1XES,
Landscape Gardener,
J Plant ingot T're
rders promptly attendri
Office I 29 N. Third Street.
Piiiladelpliia.
Branch Office 802 Jackson St.,
specialty.
,
LADIES
lot Shoes call n John
When In
Barnett. I"1 Madison street a u d a
toshow you his special line iv.
jcu.
I
P l|
J
HARRY SCHLICE,
|
s-a m wm ^
! R« *•* T. MOODY,
| FOR sheriff f
Sll . l4tn , , „ T", Z . „7 \, «
»"«»Ject to the MwiHlon of the namo
_ _1_ M am
_ _
PAUL
CAUli
: i
Stalls Nos. 110 to 113 Eighth St Markotk
Butter, Eggs and Poultry.
Fruit and CountryProduc»
Goods Delivered Free
1
i
1
Game la Season,
pOR SHERIFF
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY.
PEIRCE GOUL56
WILMiNQTON HCNDKIS1). 1
the Decision of the ItepnblK
Parly.
Subject
J4-tf '
FOR SHERIFF
WILLIAM J. LANK
CHRISTIANA HUKDREI).
Subject to the Decision of Ilia ltepobll«
Party.
P«OK SHERIFF
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY,
HORACE G. RETTEW.
I respectfully solicit tho support of the
voters ol the Kepubllcuu party. jJEtf»
FOR SHERIFF
GILLIS,
nr _
„ " ilminoton, Del.
Subject to Republican rules.
Of White Caly Creek Hundred.
Subject to the Nomination of «*•«
Repulillcan Party.
pOR SHERIFF,
ALEX. BEGGS
«
J*-tf
Jf OR COUNTY C^M M I »8IONE R
FIRST DISTRICT.
EDWARD WOODWARD,
BOUl'fl CHRISTIANA HUNDRED.
Subject to the decision of the Republic
can Party. ml»-I0t«
fr ol '..C°.! rVTV COMMISSIONER OF
M SÜÄffPäff"*« 1 NEU ' Ci3 -
RICHARD G. BUCKINGHAM.
Subject to the Decision of the IlopnbU
" f > party,
| uhjccl to the nomluatioaof tbs Re
pa rt v.
JjMJH COUNTY COMMU8IONEI
FOURTH DISTRICT. NEW C
COUNTY,
OF
JAMES HANCE.
Subject to Hopuhiiean Rule«.
F OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
SECOND DISTRICT,
JOS E. MARTIN,
n &
^
pùbiicttit party. ° natlon ot I
ELLIS HICKS.
pOR COUNT Y COMMISSIONER
FOURTH DISTRICT,
ROBERTSUTTON,
Subject to Democratic RdIm,
JpOttCORONER
! J. THOS. WRIGHT,
I'enoudcr Humlrert t-uhj.ct to iho^
! i *'" ,ou ur ' Ilwuldlcan l'arü-, «-!*•
For Neatness
and Quality
We Think Our Stock
Second to None.
t So ninny rich, neat and beäu
tiful designs in fine woolens this
season for men's wear for
Spring Clotliing, and we think
we have all our share of them.
i You will agree with us if you
! conlc * n and look at them. If
you are thinking of having a
7 • . , , ,
Suit made to order, you will be
more than repaid for the time
and money you spend in select
ing and buying a suit from us.
; The prices are low, fit perfect,
| WO rk quick and reliable. Try
. us for >' our s P rin e Suit -
; I, W, GIBNEY,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
'315 MARKET STREET.
YOU CAN HAVE
YOUR TEETH EXTRACTED
Without pain at
3Eli Market Sf.
Wilmington, Del.
You can alao havo
Best Teeth litis
FOB
$ 8 , $ 8 , $ 8 ,
$ 8 , $ 8 .
TEETH EXTRACTED 25C
WITH VITAUZED AIR 50C
Teeth filled with gold
1 Teeth "
TEETH CLEANED ï
1 1
with silver
75c
75c
DR. F. E. SMITH,
SURGEON DENTIST,
Oltlcr nml residence,
811 MARKET STREE
ini l 11 ate Baltimore C'oilepeof Dental
uJ6-s-m-wt(
Bujuory.
LOOK AT THIS.
, You will find a
Clean Lunch Palae*.
AT NO. 3 K. lOl'KTU sTKEKT,
-FOR
5 AND lOi
•1» Drip toll*«»» Sptclulty.
C.R.HOLT, No.3 East Fourth uta
luift-sed-ij*
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