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the of of THE REPUBLICAN PRINTING AND I PUBLISHING CO. this is und of its poil his itay and tiro all PUELaoliED DAILY (Except Sunday) —AT— THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING, 6. E. COR. THIRD AND KING BIS., Entered at me postofflco ut XVIImtng Del. us bocmut-clusH limiter. MONDAY. APRIL 23, Ing Waving tlio ltluck l'lag. ''Democratic Glasses" in the Sunday Star yesterday shook the black llag of negroism to scaie and Alarm timid voters. The 4000 assessed colored vo ters was the theme as usual, without a word of explanation about the 24, 000 assessed white voters. Everybody knows that the 28,000 assessed voters are out of all proportion to the ber of voters iu ths city, and tho col ored assessment Is not proportion Strike the total assessment of 28,(>uu in two and one of the halves will more Dearly represent the vote of Wilming ton. •h out of he white assessment. It might, lu a manufacturing city Rke this, run up to 15,000 votes, but the city has never yet east more than 11,500, it la reasonable to suppose that 14,000 would take in all tiie voters. Then what becomes of tiio black llug negro scare of 4,000? Is it any more dangerous than tho 24,000 assessed white voters. At the least theie can be only one negro vote out or every six white votes. This is something horri ble to be scared «vor is it not? Yes, but we aro told that the publicans will get negroes to personate these duplicated negro assessments and will vote them at tlio November •lection. . Ah, Indeed! With tho tax duplicates In the hands of Receiver of Taxes Dickey, with registrars manipulated, and with election Inspectors manipu lated by McCloskey, assisted by Dobb, Doud, Weir ami Toy, the ballot boxes to be debauched with an a of 4000 colored voters? Not A •ally llo for a i likely thing to happen. Republican» will be very well pi« 1 to get a tax receipt for every honestly aaeossed Republican voter that applies for And they are asking bands of the collectors. They ask for no blocks ot five, lift y or n hundred. Fraud indeed! Look at tho white to pri by odds ut tho , J 1« . iu-i •ssesseil vote. L>o any posbibültic» fraud lie iu the 24,OJO assessed white vote? Oh no, whatever, if wo aro to Raton to ihose "negro" eluick ers. As there are not. honestly assessed while vot mington. tliere names still upon tho assessment, for '« Mr. Dickey to play tho change and to give out tax receipts in l.limUs of live, fifty ora hundred to «IcUiip h I the ballot. Tliere is where tliu danger ! of fraud lies. Mr. Dickoy Bits in tl, middle with 40UO colored u.-öessod votes upon one hand and 24,OUO white Fit • -re Iituti 12,000 in M il «•i lictltioui 12 ,' tl.O up.m tue I j 's^d votet on tlie other. ■ha» the tax machinery nil in hla ETs. lie is''Lord of all Y surveys." rivas out receipt» to tho col*, ■hlte voter. AVhlch t-.-!•* will In* The 4,000 colored, \ Will Mr. Di.-hey ; to 1> Etict.itic.is black v*>'-i lo fictitiously iM'ith evert- lô*pu: ii a m appearing bcior«- :..::i I paying hi» r lho 24,ooo »r by 1. bhfk P'db*"H aft ■Hrvrharo are ih** r :route : Res of fraud? Out <>f ti. ber of I'cmocratlc poil la:.al l ■will api trars not near the Receiver "it There I» where the to. There Is Democrat» that a. » 1 on his books, .Mr Mr. Bull. Mr. FI; who before the el OUt Of live tho-.j ut« Hat a cm, Mr. i « . Mr. IJ .ng Mr. Homp, come in at- Block* id live reach tho tin ii'-m-pt voter. Let not tlio ho'.n.st v. • tf; of Wil mington 1 o deceived, thi» ehakii g of tl.e I >i;u laces. It i» dono foi a put i • very fact that they nr< negro nat-easment not told that the win readies 24,000 should upt-i tho people to the object of tin» ata mont. then The t"!d that 11-* F the P Nolody donies that tl Is fearfully padded, but tin* cohur-d Assessment is not ch paiidcd a ttirxri .ste.a-seèsment. There ure to-day 2, ffco iioncb!, 1 on fide colored voters in tl. • •r AVii mington if they were a!. . there are 12,000 h- m -d. 1 - vot< r» if they thing over tin reason to D-liovo t:de whi! ro all m uro ih'titiou» -- l o ».-ed. Any pleated. 'Hi tier plus of 1500 coi there I» 1 U.B WUItU I 'plus Of 12.0'.0 Bee assessment. •y sitting Letw* < tho collection n 1 the ' I 11 hi» i. hin.-iy ■will h would 1 the negro Furplu - • 1 : 0, surplus of 1.." I h - i. - itaoberatte ~ that l • hhcly t o i' the Whit of tl.e j t re. A mi.' r. '-t from Swan- raanufucturing town in ti Wales, says, that the tin plate trado rosi t-outli of in totlicdcprcs- ! 1 *.»ni t e workings of tariff, the proprietor-of a n un'.cr ot ! the Inrg**-* ;*i piato faetf^ne» in Wale» ' Intend to vrill be unwelc Evening, but then it wiil not t-e Lai l for that paper to deny it all. •t works in America. Ini» '- to the Every Bet.«'ham's Fills &cii well heeaure they euro. 1 j j Shields Library Associât! a special me -ting this ill hold . 1 F ts exp»>cti ill award tho conti act Ï01 hall. huilding iia Mb. McMlllIn, free-trader of Tonne3 . said in his h pooch in Congress in favor of froe wool, March 0 : "The la borer has been forced to pay more for the clothing that covers his back." 'The American Wool and Cotton Re porter," a free wool papor, in its issue of March 17, says: "Taking the bulk of textilo goods which go to the I Masses it is within bounds to s;iy that this country is the cheapest retail country In the world, and this, too, in spite of the heavy import duties. In men's wear a similar condition is also oilier country far in provid try. There is no other country with which to com pare to tide in the matter of ready-made clothing as to quantity of cloth, finish und stylo of garment and cost to the consumer." Here we ha «re the words of two free traders, which are we to believe ? The free-trader in heated debate or the free-trade publication in its column review of the markets. Only rivEduys rnoro remain in which poil taxables can pay their taxes for 1691. Republicans who havo not yet paid should bo on the nlert this week. Delinquent Collector l'inck will bo at his office» No. 8l0|f, Market street, from . and from 2 to 3 p. m. itay during the week to receive taxes. will do for tho President's election next Novomt and the Mayor's clootion in Juno lays. r latest on dit is that Senator Gib of Maryland announces that his colleague. Senator Gorman,is a candi date for the Presidency and that his friend Eugene Higgins is working up sentiment for him in Llio West; and stranger than all Cleveland is to re tiro in his favor. A pleasant and effervescent, cute for all heat laches Bromn Seltzer, lUc. cle to to noted, there being where a dollar will go Ing clothing us in this of in t of ti be A receipt got I' Doll. Go to need's Inatntmont etore for cheap Furniture ami Carpets. SShiply street. N. 1L 1,'eed. An enter t liniucnt will bo hold in the Ghiistii t a Ih-'-sbyteri Fhir.li t ''i ThufM'.uy ovoniiig, May 12, lv.-.. Mrs. S. F. F a ton week-' \ Hamptouand the pr i lor Ida. od fr« I.» Jack* die, •ipul cities of Removed, go street ' - " — "NT 422 Market for •is' Wl.it.» I'll I :u< i other Ü »t to Fourth pri vat o office for c by druggi-d». at King st« t*. a n Ration. >:d Codnrcroft.tho home of the Into Ray d laylor, north of Kcum.dt Square, , J 1« .Tdvid'tiöiMl to l»o .--'il«t at tin 1 iiilu . dolpli!,t Exchange, Mav -tth, by U.« iu-i s of the lute hr. 11. ,i. I.ovis. Division No. i, T'nlfor « of Pythias, have secured ttio U°«giment Maud lank, wo for '« i i h I ! Knig Fit -t I will parade At 7 >'cli 'ostorday »ruing in 1 ho • hbnncy «»f . 108 F.asl I'wulftu j tho 1'h ' ami thev v il tl.O 1 1 • Mir r«:f-t. tue lire ll. >ut general ul. At n n. •r < - ; t ho Hoard of Con Held Club trol of Un* I ioI.inv ■'•"-a 1. I j tended to tu» dub'» g.oi I. U. *1 ■ Iu. I« 1.. r hla A eteroopti« will be go Y «tin - " oxllibltb l. r tiii Chib lT*'si yt6j'ian Chura find led In* y ot i iiui'»day evening. A AI iny. > -.il*.-! w.i a ! Vn sh« • * I • >! i i: -tant . V l i,0 d !.. y. \\ t Lad ra .-d l-i -• ll 1 gr«u,:n.lH. : - i f«-r tl pi.i-poBCî. J h : I ii..-l ""-I to I'.ill. m-.a \!all.o'. r tl, aft -in* U Ids i.lllM si took !«■ .Ut i. g til«* Ullllli.il. I he In . the I! «-•»1*1.1 ICC th ill.-: r I a. -i ■ im ru.-li'ng liK-i ii . I In 11,0 .lortiinat y, !>!.■.. • I him to a iu igb. tiring f l.i.i • Dr. Jo! 1 aimer, •1 died I Jr d, but We. L ni,. I death Jy;n ight eim-la-n. Hr* n ting": Id live bn Ins« Tin - I l - j »'i«hL April 21M. Wil ■I .»I • t. *-o 1 «D N«. ' The 11-* si.ipi. tion • . t. "i t 'd in ph *rno F U «•r in wi.ii "ik P rf : .!"•! p::ii he U.l r ally 1 *. Pigm d. J,. -, 1. lii a A <-st ( • ing Mr». Smith, of >ix months old *y. AVii 1 y W. it h. nbl.) ju •d. wnen ir» toutte.ul t<> her li l «lut i 1 > .1 : . I . U later Any d. .ft-.*«-1! .* •. 1.' ;nl ' .it he had 1 ■dead. I ■ I with iaetti. On Tt ,.|ings, tt ' I of t -•lay lid Wi ; I li, • linn ii. in tl.e j Hall. 1 11 b n both • ly .-n ni c l. -A i •Mi"» Fur M and ' in • El.*v. •»ly 1 -y W ii ; i «:ii 1 ». liowells. - Mrs. of ! A Rtr It ti III i* H Ir". Ait r-j ; Sic 1 •nt ti»\V,M ot ! Wale» ' l I ot -1 le>1 ■Jird by I. N Wynn, 1 »q . h l.ur: Ini» tho p Every '•--t I--*., ( upp l g (. 1 1 bird bt reet. 1 Burpee's Lu»h lima b»»i j true ai d largo Mmu 1 **re. 25 p«*r package ml o . j l ourth aad blnpiey »treelu. ». Ii. Meta * Lu hold t. the Ï01 J. J Smith », Resolution* of Respect. The following preamble and résolu tions have been adopted by Smyth Cir cle No. 1,Ladies of theG. A. R.: or Whereas, In view of the loss we have sustained by the doceaso of our friend ! £? and slstor, Mary E. McDowell, und of ?. Ibe atill heavier losBaiiBtatnod by those I who wore nearest uuU dearest to her; I therefore, belt ) Resolved, That It is but a just tribute • to the memory of tho departed to say tlmt in regrettinglierremoval from our midst, wo mourn for one who was in every way worthy of our rospoct and regard. Resolved, That we sincerely dole with the family of the deceased the dispensation of Divine Provi dence to ulllict them, and commend them for consolation to llliu who or ders ull things for the best, und whose chustisomouts aro meant in mercy. Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the records of our clrclo, and a copy thereof be transmitted to the family of to the news di T X\ lor, tlio I dot-eased sister, und papers of Wilmington,Del. Mum. Nbitte Gariuoen, Mns. Lydia A. Heuitaoe, Miss Eva McDowell Committee. Testing t James Teller, of Keneca Fulls, Now York, tho onglDOor for tho makers, tostod U10 now Silsby stoam lire en glno of tlio Reliunco company last Saturday afternoon, was ut tlie sluicu bridge througli 50 foot of hose und a 1 ' 4 inch nozzle, when the engine with 120 pounds of steam, threiv a sire feet. A sti i'oet througli 1.0Ü0 ieet of li -so. The second tost was ut tile City Mills pumping station, when two streams were easily thrown Euch of those streams wi iod Tlio lirst test Market street 310 also throw 241.3 •or tho 2U4 lent ; stack. through a I inch stream which tho stack througli The te.-t, respect and the in cepted by the company. izlo, and u slnglo thrown far above I 1'* inch nozzle, satisfactory in every giue will bo uc 1 XV llrudai-hc* Are often e: •l by defect lvo vision, obtained by idoperi:. i.d.iustod glasses. Nocharge I' 1 made to determine If glasses will ro- ' ■ientilic ; and great relief may i II llcve optician. No. bu5 M u Ket btreut. ejmolkO *'( upld," 5e., 7th and French. Fitbt the the improperly L p np, t re; sumpt ion,all of which can be prove I soundly cured by using i>r. Situm.V ''i lute l uliuuiiic HalbUm and Vo without far!, bold by druggists, tublo Office 122 1 tl '!• M.d M:u lid St. only. dj I» by tho I :ih üf Fourth w hile and y.d! ■ >w onh «ri. rl !.. I. SShipluy streets. WaN \ « AKKit'S. . Monday. Apri, .T»,1^92. | *-V-*,* Pni t. \ ■ i:i . Stiiiw Tauis. Wliy So bay tho luakuu such a shower ol shapes asj ! they luivo turned out! S Tunis, round Tams, nng i streaked and strip, I Turns, lint no matter whut tho odd- ! m ss of shape or braid, the i true Turn juuntiness and lit-[ m ss stuims out iu tvu-y ouc. 'P to >2.75. ; ! J »ulluid Corel Tunis,si. Ö0. Milan Straw with nulled ! and plaited Crown, like n, veritable "lJctdeal-er," ' il anotin r ne-wntss. \),. ■ and of eourse. not! ; And = (jiiaro j IS ! Strcami rs, und b-2.70. Shape a and shapes, trim and untriiniiHil, till you're weary of I Chikln n and \\\ llKM for HUF The Fancy Straw f u' i hit imn.ing or I rimming that so many women wanting is in ! Irai ! a re ^ r iViit Ji ;ps. 15u to ^2.25 the vafe TIII: 1« .1 For t ! 10 hits of J levs mill those not a hit Imvisit—' Clothes; ImniFomo CiofSu-s, |ni:i>l" ns tlii-y slioulil bo mil from tlio right stuffs. We v 1 I tho ilnys Suit ipie-ation; touehi'il with knovvleh;.;". You know the result if you've •!' lately seen our store. ' Clothing r linn limiers: Al! ' ■•'• 2 pice.- Suits, n In 15.Vi . t-icgl*} ti u«l « I < « u i f 1 « ; ;;; ai I P p n /.*' - : ri.» • i • ; v f ii • vi.-h I •«» >■ Inip.-ii -d li ; lit ".,!« nlo .•< pietti* ly Ki - inn. l.i ■it 5 and r ll.-ifl' : ! tr llimdkurcliii fs d, colmim Thru 1 eivo a a word must do. 1 l.i •n lternstitclieil li..: bins. ■'"U : 1'. y. 11 20:1 «io/..: W ''"Silk Hand <»id-r**«l i *1. I* lied.1 »d ■ 'iu.i.ji ll. dk* ». pur- 1. 1, 250 " *1 -,c », John Wanamakeb. That at laut a our» i«.™ round for Bronchitis, Consumption, weak, sensitive or soro lungs. For these complaint« in numerable remedies bnvo been tried, but ! £? nn heretofore bave proved successful, ?. ho u * n , r , lva L led HUfveS8 which atton.lstho I bSf , a? U the"front 0 ™Mk' or'pulluînàr? I ïe,nod"ea ThoS a ul.uonary ) havo already been • thought beyond roach of any possible re,,u '**y* in-port* or absolute JJfJJjJ daiîv ei BOc t îmd y *i hüI)Clt,8S voa dal y> Mu * ,ld|1, It Would^Scem remedy, cures effected of • of DRAY HAIR Gradually restored by Wkm.'b Hair Balsam to original color; elegant tonic 81.00 size di ig, 60c.. 81.00, Druggists, or d by express lor 81.00. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City. T YKÜISTF.K J» ORDER. X\ ltKUlSTBU'S OFFICE, Nuw Castlk Co., Deu .Muroll 28 1802. Upon the application or Eleanor 1,. Tay lor, Executrix of Frank A. 'lavier, lare ol Wilmington Hundred, said county, deceased. It is ordered and directedby the. Register that thcExccutrix grant Ing of let tors of TcBiamontary upon tho ea) ale of tlio deceased, wlili the date or granting I hereof, by canning advertisements the aforesaid give notice posted within forty day« t such Letters In six of t pluces of quirtng against tho e abide by mado and ooiiiu to be« pub! 10 • county of Now F person« having demanda present t lie hj A ssembly such cnao piovlded; ami also cause tho Inserted within the su. uo per iod In the Daily Republican, a newspaper published in Wilmington, Del., and to bo continued 1 herein Dm Given under the hand and seal s. 8. f of ollleo of tho Register aforesaid Wilmington, in New Fustic county nforesuid, the day und year nbuvo J. WILKINS F 'If. Register. N< *'I IFF.—All persons having eluims n deceased must ; against tho eat »tu of same. «Inly attested Exneutrlxon or before March 2HUi abide tlio Act Of Assembly niude and provided, •h « L. TA 1 foil, Executrix. Address, Wilmington, Del. 1 YFG18TKR S ORDER, XV Ri ilSTKU's UFFlCK, ■ I Nkw i. Asri.u f'ofnt v, Deu, April 5, is t ' ; Upon thenppllc' r I V. Fell. I a I e of W ilmlngiou in '»id county, dee and dim". I d Fell, Ex - II d, d. it I« ; begn-icr s.ii l.glve I l.e ■ ■ dee . I>> <• insiiigmiv within turty day «• did'* PlHce. ail '!• • to I .'d wiihln the «! M.d in : Will " Del.. id dj I l7--£ ) « ... , /--L'l J|t Wilmin •al R«l i i.v and y ear abu\ o — ('ll,R«'gb e\ J. W ILK I Ns «( *' | *-V-*,* Ï! A I ■ l- «. .. cl» cas« . !• cui provi.led. ! i ! i 'P "9 ! isgi' mmsmùÊ jv ! '-sSehO^.^' ' ~' 1 - - ^ il ® ; a, i, = I. Del. ' »; 6.: j B 6V ! ' 1 .. T IW**»*.^ :V - I'iuu Jewelry n.a.h; to order. All repair'll'.:' in «in line hone in the best man lier rind warrante I. 15 E. FOURTH SiTiEET. LAWN MOWERS, j • . fëfljHR§ 3 i& 3 jï 4 L I ' t J •"•««« —— •!' « •HS I'• I nsylv; nin, rnntinnn!;'.!, (on 1 ." 'it\', it ipi-i 'I r insil. Rival uni s:.-n •(•»luce . Mi T ■ , -I ' per.-»*l. r 1.1 DUNCAN L OS.. 211 MA UK' T >T. kknilwoutii inn, Near tho Peach, AtianticCity, N. J. ANNIE CHUBS. A' I'TEN'I PC' Pi I.M I' "■ 1 r*-i, \Vil in î NO. 5UU SUU'Lhi if, Wilmington, Dclowaro. Pf^ff.HIbl «I»» tr fit sin i Ms si UîTj kb.ws; Idly Dune. i*. ..-iy i-wf * 1 « v Phoitiwraplis III) s k. OF THE WORLD. fly SI y le s. John C. Buvant, i 506 KING STRi.KT. Agent for Deluware. I Are Invaluable and should bo investi gated by careful housekeepers. About 1,200 ore lu use in tliiscity and tlio number would be greutly increubod if their merits were fully understood. As "Cookers" theyure unrivalled and nro fur superior to coal or wood stoves in cooking moats or vegetables. As "Water Heaters" and 'Trônera" they are most useful, especially win tho weather is too warm to uso Lite ordinary stove or range. As a heatiug apparatus that can be moved from room to room in u few minutes by the housekeeper they at e most convenient. As assistant heaters in rooms whore furnace or stonm heat will not ascend tho windward side they havo given great satisfaction. As permanent heaters in rooms that canuot bo reached by heating Hues they ltuvf) given much comfort. As Intermittent heaters, where heat is wanted only an hour or two ut a time, they «re economical. For offices and stores, weather is ralhor warm for furnuce lires, they may prevent sickness. l'or spring ntid autumn use, when mild days make furnace tiros oppres sive, troublesome and expenshe, they comfortable and economical. As Hies Hint can bo started in a min ute and extinguished in less time,they most satisfactory. As heaters tlmt avoid ASHES. COAL GAS uml 1 H'NT they are valued by pru dent housekeepers. Modern Gas Stows aro not only uso Tiameutal. oves. the fixtures and •e quite inexpensive. 20 21 when the ful. hut aro ThcgaH, tho tho putting Samples and deV riptli seen at the Gas Office. I S.H. STAATS JUST OPENED! SPRING AND SUMMERS I UK OF Hosiery fcloveo 1 AND GAUZE MERINO UNDERWEAR FF Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. We «•«mi admit ly ii'i('omtiioiid I ; . ONYX" Ahli "GLORIA FAST BLACK HOSIERY, air customi •!«• for Dye. aiel Wcui « Ilf public. R'uulit r s, i e\ it otb i ed IF- a' «• goods *' AN LARI.Y JNSFLUTION INVITE!*. S. H. STAATS 405 Market Street, V II.MINGTON. DEL. YOU CAN HAVE YOUR TEETii EXTRAÜÏEJ 1| Li / Without puln 311 Marke! SI, You can also hav« i. la l " i t H Teeth Made FOR I S8- $8, $8, S3, S8. TEE HI 1 : \TKA(TEI> 25C. WITH MTALIZED AIR 50C T tii fl I led with ^oief Ttct.i " wi;h silver TEETH CLEANED : ÖI 75c DR. F. E. SMITH, SURGEON DENTIST, 811 M AI ! K l-VL STIÎEET. wll-'iUf j pi fiy Uff 'tl \ «>u can't buy iinythini; fur a • o t aiul vest that will you as much . C| 1 ill service and satis m wcr.i* and general aj»— :e, week in and week out, as these vends. We have them in black nrd J>1 tie in dit lerent de-i n . 1 he price ior Foiisid'Tin_j that we use *;of-d tiimmin.Ts, jfivc 5ik and the amount <>f wear you will t out of them hoc them b .ore ordcr in. 1 elsewhere. They lia\e a i ic'd. s.»It finish, and won't weir facti- i peau them is 1 i\v, y , I. W. GiBNEY ' 315 MARK!•:[ ST. BICYOI ES . ! rr^ m* 1 W-.l: ..iii. i î EDWARD MELCHIOR •il l KING F I'lib ET. LAPDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS * Arc tho Best. Cot Thom of CHAS. M. GRUBB 1914 MARKE! ET. -iiidml-lw THE PYLE CYCLE COMPANY • d n i .ilimnit«, ; 807 MARKET ST. ± ■pUBLIC SA LE OF PFÏIBON \ J, ritOP JT • EUT Y t IN CH'M'liU, PA., : TUESDAY, APRIL 2fiTH. 188* At 10 o'clock Including tho entire stock of Roberts It tliiiiuum, liverymen, constating' horses, 4 mules, si coach os. rcy ; s* double pliuctoiia, tor's phaetons, si gpiudlo wagons, l drag, (by t affrey); 11 buggies, si f ruzer road cari». T aloiirlid, f» sets of coach harness, 2 sclsof light boublo hnrucss. l!i seta of »In »rlo harness; buy, straw, fend, licicl halters and stable blankets, and brushea l,ot blankets. 9 desks, si stoves. Safe, ami imuiernusother art lulos pertain ing to the livery business. 2 and 4 mont hs' credit by giving a bank able e a -top Jump Heat. 2 doc rorks, curry.conn s summer ami winter I in i lies' : with approved endoracr. HoHKHTn it II ANNUM. uJO-.'.t Btidlium St Son Auc. OU8U8 AT PUBLIC SALE — 1 will sell 20 and 2. 11 _.j a. at my „able. : Eus 1 Filth street, Chester, i'u„ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1N9. 1 . 1.20 o'clock, p, m., 21 head of horacaconsiH' l ngof driver«,sad dle, coach, work and general purpose horses. Tlrg will be an extra lot of stock. Will have Home tweedy. d tine bred saddle be seen at the stable« month«' A. II. TYSON. horses e •vloua to sale. L. W. Stidham & Son, Auctioneers. Telephone No. al'J-iB-d w J^XECUTOU'B sale of PERSONAL 1*R< H'ERTY. a Will be sold the premises. No. 112 Fast Sixteenth street, Wilmington, Delaware, UN THURSDAY, April 28th, 1892, At 9.30 o'clock a. m., The personal property tx-louglng citv residence ot tho late Man Icy. consisting of household u I omit ure. including high-post bed «toads, old tamllysilver, old fumlly tlimit Tho personal hundred rcsidcucu Will be sold at u later date. the Ship kitchen .Ac. • Brandy T»y t:. II RING HURST. JR.. V. W. A. liukill. Ann. ( pURLICSALL Will be sel I public sale at No. 2027 8 AT UR i LA Y. A FRI I, -T.lt h, ISO.', 1 IIotMidiold bed«, Indmeads, -Id. looking glnüses, •i'b, glrtis nod arpniB.. CHARI.I S II. ASHLEY. lui le*, c qiiLeuBwniv, i L. W. st dlintn \ - >t II Li F ALK UF FU N ITERE. ETC. At m OiHiigo Btrect, I TU I.SDAY, APRIL 2Jih, 180», g of chntnher bu t, feather bed. Me. Riing • remain« ot lutu Mrs. li.iz f I HOS. GHhL.'. F m. A HukUl, Auc. P u At our farm, 1 mile west ol Ccnti cville, Del., .it S.VLLOF FUWrf— ., d spritigers, Till It' D AY, APRIL 34, 1832, u i.aiovi . p. One • pnqterty id S. F«» *AF.-MURF llltUB. . A net iiiiuOr, Ifl <1 p«On SHERIFF Ul* M.W 1A*»TLK FOI NTY, l PEIRCE GOULD,!* 1 ISubJeci Die «•«:»•< idepubll ; jit 1 FOH SHERIEh | inrvi f TAKff V f n RT l/ WILLIAM J. LANK « Snl»j«*« t to tlie Dir Itepubli pOSSfSLRIFF "T MAV CASTLE COUNTY, Jamks C AionciTAr.n, Subj. . the !>« it r R. - T. - MOODY, FOR SHERIFF. «UI.J -«-t tin ptUH i:mi f ! UE NEW FASTLE COUNTY, a of a HORACE G, RETTEW. i [* support « » r t !io T; FOR SHERIFF PAUL GILLIS Of White Fitly l i > tlio N< l*i pulilli-un I'm ty. i-U lltilidi-eil. lit Dili» of Subjeet pOR SHERIFF, ALEX. BEGGS, Wilmis. !.»n, iH:n. Sul».|e«-t F» lb public j2R-tf P CR CORONER ALFUKD YAXDLVER, 1 he No'iinu of tlie Hcpub ' J^OR CG J NT Y COM MS ^SION E R rili-T DIM UIFT. EDWARD WOODWARD, . ! FlfiH^TIANA N I • If ED. Die in-publl < *1' »TV cndMmSIovEH OF '. NEW CAS RICHARD G. DUGKIN6HAM. • I to Die Drei' ion of t .«* II p .bib any I'XTY F iMMISSIUNElt '*E DISTICF r. NEW CASTLE i l ul l« 1 11 JAMES HANGE. F " Subject I rimbller.ii Knie«. 1 "UNTV ' "MMI^IIiMilt IN M.t'u.ND in.'•Tiii 1 J02f- E. MARTIN, u Itepubli f^-tl ; DA D • < i ' ! .MIS.-;u.N t.ttof tllKIS* J iA.N \ * :» Dit l.i». ELLIS HICKS. omiuatiou the Ko 1 ot r any. I" - pORCOU NT Y COMMISSIONER ; IROBERT SUTTON Buujdct io Dc-inocratle Itulen, HA'LLS PATENT We furnish and remove any and a all kinds of for f est shade trees, r from 0 to 16 in i dies in diameiter m without cutti't; pthetop or otli r Egwise injuringtheir jjbeauty. See our f reference list o: people who have .had work done in [the city; Also ■Cool Spring Falrk Tree Lifter anil Setter. 1 * SöSo V', v .V zlzL ,oth and J acfe . son strects - An V ° rder lefl wilh I. W. G.bncy, 3,5 Market street prompt attention. , will receive oui Sylvester J. Gibney & Co Successor to H. Priest Co. Wilmington, Del S heriffs pale-by virtue of a wrii of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to puhlicHule at Ibe Hotel Odessa, in St.George's !e County, Delaware ON FRIDAY, MAY 6. 1892, At 2 o'clock, p, in., < hurles Llovd. Hundred, New ( the following d fieri bed real estate, lot of land situate i • \ illuge ol Odema, in St. George « died beginning nt n slako in u line of land of Daniel ( orbit, and n corner for the Friends .Meeting Hoimc lot, with 8.iid lot north W* degrees perches to a siakeeorner lorsuid Meeting House lot and therewith mirth 48 degrees 0 10 perches to a «lake in the hou i h crly side of Main si reel, thence with tun 4 street south l'> 4 degrees east s perches to a stake on the said side of «nid street eor M'for laud ol I fin I i • -1 Forint und from them e with said Forblt south 50degrees place of begin ne ami a liai r ; • les-, with a , All 2 G-10 a-10 porche Hing. cunt.lining thirty ■ ( lunch and her buildings thru Seized and take execution property ol Joliu l'otrzo, A11 Mu«, llewett Farker, Jacob Shock Iv, A bn hnm Wigging, Jr.. A. (joldsboro, itu hin l'ouzo, and A. 11 M. li. Uhundi, and I 1 enry. Trnstocu io be sold by WILLIAM SIMMONS. Sheriff. Shut iff HOIlice, Wilmington, Del.. April S" F RIFF'S SAf.F RY VIRTUE OF will be exposed Midillciown, w Caatlo county, Alex. Muxwc-il. oeotges hundred, N Del., UN FRIDAY, THE «il il DA Y OF M A Y. 1892, 3 o'clock, p. m. The following described real estate, viz: ttain lot, piece All t.-nt c. lain! Bituttio i parcel of M kid let own, go* hundred, New Fust.a conn u l>< la ware, bounded and de w wit; lii'uitiiilcg tlio south of Washington and Lake • this lot uml (or land« Btroug. ami tamtliwuidly 125 feet A i m*t rung und in the Mneof lands ol the Middletown . ■•«•Biwavdiy 50 f liuiilsol Mary !.. Gray, uml !i northwardly 12 r . feet to thee l.uke «Ire« t, ntot'CRald, uiidthciic id v ct, a corner T. 11. A rm sa Id Armstrong Hill «1 ■my, and thence therc «•orner > line with lim* «'«st ward ly W) Ieet ing, containing two hundred and tiltysunure fee lands by the buiuc toiy ftuiuo houte - le«», with t wu kitebeu thereim • 1 and iRkon in execution a* the Lewi« Mnlcr,ami to be ««»Id by \ 11.LI AM ."IMMUNS. Mu-riff. ', W llmliigton, Did., April 1 rui.erly ; 1 Sheriff's ■ | CJMLRIFF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A *r;l(,fLe V .,r*F...*lijRfo.„ 0 dlruct « •I. will b«- exposed to i»u 1 1 Io buI**, died. New Castle«- unty, Del., <f E Ibd 1, 11 uu UN SATURDAY. THE Uni DAY UF M \Y, 1R32, At 10 o'clock, u. The t allow ing described real cBtuto, viz: .Ml wit h er-rl Inti - building' the ■ « dlHgt ut Fort F« •ge» hundred. Ne Fa»t b- • ly.lJel. "•* p«»r«-h and i idly running ul hw uru i.v by the hoard lencn wliieli k • •pert y »led by Ke ! .1 william ein I hwaul y a! • hunt st ri-«'t ulioni Ifu tee the prop« r ,d lui r; tiii-im Me plu. e • .'inning, • hut nnduthir building« •d. d the I list her J' M SI MM UN'S. Sh« i iff. I •I., April wi I.!, Sheriff's Uffiec, Wilmington, Wiiat Are You Doing STRING SHOES? The si-nson lor rubbers i you « annul throw Hu it Ink . The «»•»«■« id 1 damp for A GOOD MEDIUM WEIGHT SHOE Tlmt will keep out . a« walking iug that is mad«- of b itthi-i-, . well i>ut together. ilnilipne«« uml •IS will. w.'iiu- « •1 ligiii - a lull • • Ir 1 Ir I. *' n puiat loll re'icIliVitf s Don't folg« As Low As the Lowest. li«*»' Ihingola Kid Butt« «du Ii. 1 » Is III" money. ■îl.M). 82*. l-'.hO 13 Shoes 81.75. i. iu 8l. Elegant .-e 1 Ik-iii. « .udl.-rt. I )Uil.*f. "dll p N. J. 1TERSON, 2IG Marke! St. -th-s UPJ mil FIFTH l SINS 5ÏHESTS given up - ail tils t imo T. M. Wier k Jh ll»«* place. No. MU King 1 Mh h ..d r. IIavi- >< i«*d E lea. ll fiV.J ■ s truly i luvelv. Try it. Just tiy those French | lima lieuuH ut Kieciits. V«-ry cheap. « hipped IU.-lb-!l«»ur appl«*H, make tin* I Dm ti )d«*B, but it' you want Hoinclhing I I dcliglilul lor La. try those! gagea 1,ml damson plums your table beaus ut 10 1 England and Ir, •TrvVhose ' k thi-miVh 1 • tiling VniHs ug i 1 *• teasHiiS - B?; ih "K will lind coffees are a show. Wecaiiacoculi y in floor at houthoast corner 5th and Ki IEK. I-6t* II u* T. M. W GALL m EXAMINE THE NEW THINGS WE ARE CONSTANTLY GETTING IN FOR BOYS AND CHILDREN AVc have all the new things for wear. men's ■o BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE NO. 213 MARKET STREET Ji!stis& Davidson, Prop's. J m3l-i t-w-f CHEAPER THAN WHITEWASHING. Cheapest place to buy Wall I'aper and bave it hung is at II. D. Holt's, 213 W'est Second Street. New goods, lowest prices and larger assortment lias been my aim for this season. I have never had such a large assortment at such low prices. Wall Paper as low as 4 cents a piece of the latest designs and color ings enough to paper I house cr several houses. Also a lar^e force of skilled workmen and all work done without delay. * Estimates furnished with pleasure. harry n. holt 213 WEST SECOND STREET, "WILMINGTON, DEL. JOSEPH STOEGKLE'S DIAMOND STATE LASER BEER - ANC— PORTER BREWERY WILMINGTON, DLL Office and Brewer. N. W. Cor. Fifth and Adamssf;*.. Telephone ltfj. Depot and Saloon. Nos. 223 and 22 » Iving St. Telephone 2M Shipping a .Speciality. Absolute purity guaraatsed. Our Door uui Forts* aieeapcomllv recommended for medicinal us». THE lTflftl •«i I T ST. Wilmington, lei r j2*;-cod- ly COAL, LIME, JOHN M. SOLOMON, Office 3 west Third Street. Y ard Front and Church Streets. NTS, < Ab Pl.ASTEH, l'LASTKRINO HaII«, Fikk lillICKB AND 1'llIK Ul.AÏ. Tolophones, 11b and 203, SAND, BRBCKSr ■ i | I I NOTICE ' The difference In price and order Phils-j 1 «I" pm» pacKagcsby »1 ». A buic. «ala and : i prompt »«.-livery guurunteed. Leave or detsut 8(W King street. DIME EXPRESSCOMPANY, 238 Market St. aLfi-lra Phladelphia. J A. ("s. reliable harness and t run Vs • manufacturer. ^°* 4 .* ?*•*„. , : Haa the largest uud ItneJt Block ol I'runk* »atssnd Pocket-books in tue city. Also has a large and line asdorliucut llar iB. Have just iccetv<*d a lot of hors» bo sold cheap. J. A. C. ai-tf No. 4 East Fourth St.