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DAILY REPUBLICAN.
VJBXMKHIOI DAILY (ExcisM Bpnpat)
—AT—
THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING,
6. E. COU. TlliltD AND KING b'iS.,
THE REPUBLICAN PRINTING AND
TU BUSHING CO.
posiofTico ut Wilmington,
. as ►«■••••iifi-i lHs* um 11 unit lur.
Entered
SAT1BBAT. JUNE 4. IHO'J.
RE1I CI.K AN TICKIIT.
FOB BUEltXFF,
PEIRCE GOULD.
CORONER,
that
bers
GEO. W. JACKSON.
The Workiugiiieii'ft f>lm»er l'ail.
The Tin l'late Consumors Assooia
tlon Is a regular freo-trade concern,
not caring much what it says so that
It can but control the tin-plato market
and keep up the price of tin. Here
recently, seeing some chance Tor suc
cess in their nefarious occupation in
the fact that a bill had been introduced
In the House or Representatives, pro
viding for the repoal of the McKinley
fluty on tiu-plates. the association
took advantage of the opport
K y lo spread misleading reports about
the status of the tin-plate industry and
in the United States. With this
object in view they issued a circu
lar which was sent by the secretary of
the association toulltho leading tin
plate consumais of the country, ask
ing what effect the increased duty lmd
their business.
It was expected of course that the
answers received would l>e full of
•tatements, that the price of tin palls,
dinner kettles and other at tic les used
by the real consumers, the people,
were higher and that these answers
would then form mosta<ltuirnble c.
pûlgn literature for tlio Free-Trade
members of Congress to uh» in the
coming battle between protection ami
tree-trade. But foi once, t lie impur
tors have over-stepped themselves, a.
will be seen from the following
ewers already received and print »d i
a recent issue of the associatio
ders under the startling heading:
•'Effect of the McKinley Duty."
Louisville. Ky.—"It lias decrease« l
our profits."
Indianapolis, I ml —"To reduce
profits. '
Washington. -"Theeffect lias been
to reduce our profits.''
Baltimore. "A de<*roa*e in profits.'
Baltimore "A great nddilion to tin
cost of manufacture, which is
a dead loss to us, as prices are no i»»*i
ter."
Philadelphia. -"To decrease pro ills.
Rochester. "Increa ed cost of n
material, with no udvunco for manu
Facturcd goods.''
Now York City. "To increase th
cost without giving or onablii
ret an incroaso in the soiling pace,'
&o.
After this isn't it about time for the J
Tin-Flate Consumer's Associati
disband? It has succeeded mot*', ad
mirahly in showing to tin» p J :i ihu
If tho McKinley bill ha
hardships upon any clus3 of people it
Is upon tho so called * c
middlemen and importers, who«" juo
flts have b«îen largely made up I .
charging tlio highest possible pi. . -
because they fourod no done
petition. Had they foun l that t!
McKinley bill lmd incieasc I tho p.
of dinner kettles to the w
they would have been
ward in lolling It. Here than wr tit.,
disclosed tho :cal animus of thi
gociatlons attack on Amu. .
into
tude,
Blaine
would
that
pense.
Til.*
and
I
a ■
da
\f
tield
and
.-ti
l
entailed
nt
lit .1 US
tiy.
do not
I * liovf
that
aero lias I con t-» gu . '
tliesu importers und
tin-plate in their bus!
pretend that there is, us static :i>-seiiow
thut prices in this «-vuntry have i .■>:
who
Un* y
advanced
any proportion t > i!
f duty, W, . h manuf.icturors
lablo
in
having low
them to enter our
i
1 their prives
Ut:t. Wii.it,*
Increase tlK.we i,a9 boon,
resulted in lowering t..<*
Importi'i's, and tie)
dinner pail is no d*
was.
r. Ins
*«r
r tha
it
There should have
church*- open t
tluffuished colored ministen in at
tendauce nt A. M. 1
Bethel Church th
nounced.
mon
are natural oiat
3 white
ti.' >30
r "f thas
highly "d a !
pit in Ü1,) i.'ity e 1.1 1.
lilloU
very aec«*ptab!y und 1 « ..'.aLly will»* ut
any discredit t * the
A prominent while M- .
of this <*lty sai 1 .■ •■v
be hud paid ;t vi-it t*> die * ■ ■ i.:
that the . oloi '*d . w.'ic . :.g
cujninta.
•day :
< 1 -*. after
'! 0
the f ,t .roor.it. i - 1 ti.
fcelievo it.
a « •*-<lured i
ulr.i.-ter I,a
tnun tu 1111 i.us i .
lut t*/-n
It lias hoi
iong linn
. t-i a Repu
ice tho
bar of the CM
It hue
•on of F. T. < ..
it is
the per*
ti
,
A
years ago Hi** . was
City Council by such l
Murray, Davi l Woni,
ubli
1 •
id
Tlioin.is .Jo:
We
mgr ,u
tlic . Itl/.ona of the i .• ' v
very able
tiv® they
Id
re pi
•ii.
An* t'T the timo the yr..:. ' ■ .-d
get through with their strike th-sy
11 iin«i tho su mi
wages
against whom they
going on with their
fctrlkto do not p
r wlit Lillf
higher aud tho j aiti* a
operating
The <>nly hope of tho I ,
Minneapolis coi
to created stampede fron
Ua tison to the
r.o I
tl
trs
of Maine.
Have !
houocliold.
cad y in the
i
TnF.Bxrrm.icAN Willi« I.ngth.ned i Th '
on Monday lour Ibc^wblcbwlU be
(Hiualto soven additional columns. 6l
The enlargement can be ma«ie by of the
Blight alterations, and has been rou- Tuesday,
dnrn.i aimniuUiv nnpmwAi-v from i he by over
derod absolutolj nocossai> fiom the woro
greatly lncreaseil advertising patron
age of the pA|>er. The Ueitblioan has The
been tested for manv years as on ad- structures
uoen u.atea for many >eai»as an au the
vertiBiug medium and 1ms been grow- tluj
ing more popular in all that time. To
UuHlnea. mo,, know whereto put Time.'
tUi , _ I , makes
tlielr ndveit.seuionU to bring them papor
profitable roluriu. autl Mis prucrietun Wo
ploasot to uokhowlodge tbut n its
,.r. SB of a Ivortlamnouia ha. forced 1» truly
them to enlarge in mideuiumor, who u
advertising as a general rule is very simply
(luJl. No
the
skin
healing
*«•**■ c*d
•* üruugthl
Wnwistlie luatler wilh the Wil
mington Board of Trude? It seems
that the moi,« portons join
bers Mio m«*ro tilfdcult It is to 8»curo u
t have gon«
tous Uesue
in
and animat;
of
the
of
the
ami
a.
i
l
tin
th
the J
ad
ihu
it
juo
I .
. -
t!
tit.,
will
main
pleted
ready
The
If no the
I P.
o'clock
Kluer
dial
Tlio Board
quorum,
into a condition of "iiio«\
'1 iic
is Cleveland puts it.
tude, "
The indications are tliat Secretary
Blaine will accept tlio Minneapolis
nomination if tendered to liim.
would
that lie would say so and end Mio sus
pense.
•cept, the presumption Is
V ay uff Color.
Dr.
etands
Throat
u ei
other
for
uiar
street
Balsam
to 1
private
by
M.
Tin* Ini«' c.t h. a Tli ■ Wli m •
Til.* w
• ihvpenu.i tint of the
>114 «■ ' nts .1
of the
.. ...I'aHi
ts perloriniuir
I. il. huwi'vi-r. tho rompu*
balls have a salfiun
f >piifflitlines»
a ml is alnuirtt
and mi mat Ion,
ici. Pee .ly
I- . ly. thoi'oiixhly,
iOitiUllloud
h Hiitcis. winch prumptl
altovo out ward
8 IlUt .ilrO
> t ho
iC'cllk*. I In
d
•«•a. ' ur liront h a .d
lit rtido
true
here.
I
hitlers
•Oith
i « Hi I prompt it nib
.«•> . dyspepaia, rlu
cheap
M.
'«»ol «>lï with a
Whew! :
t it hot !
a ■
la water.
B.
If yoi
•unt !iffet-> ia 3 -
Ivolng and
• No. -4l ) Kit, g St.
«D
*. g I
• 10
Go
-. Dur.-Acin, No. 5 Luot h-.«:oi.d
da
V(M'-lrfi*3 Of tliC
\f id'-my of \ isitatiuii will bo h jld
.Juno hi.
Forty hours devotion will begii:
proeathcdral
■ornent
A
11
My i;«>gurd8aio
gar. Durstoiu, u,
. ..r loading 5 « ent
mim facturer, No.
I
d.
Fru.-ili and reliable gard tn.Uownr and
r.h'.s, Fourth and
j
that
can
are
hut
of
"S«:
ing uw j
•;> j
l lis
: YnMi„ure-;art
I
L'.h' t '-T
:êi
tield s««eds at J. .).
hiiipicy streets.
Wkite and yellow onion seta by the
•I. J. Smith 8, Fourth
quait or I
and shiploy streets.
. S[ unlsli Q.io«»i
. .... Tills Is a '.
i s. No. 5 Last 2d.
«•igars at
Out
.-ti
•lohn F. Cos to I o tv
t Mis 5 Lu »la « I.
1 ». » I lev. J. B.
1 .
Ft.
members "f tho Levy Court
nt ? for county ox
. 1
r il** xt T
l ut the
foil from Ills <* irt
nt lentil
«.lay, und narrow ly «■
ul M irkot stro *tfl.
11 .
1 members of tbo I.
d tin* New (
no purposu
Ttntiu jail
l»r. .1. II. Simms wish,*,
In-iL
iet every- |
i*i luih DMiiovud fro:
streets to 'U'i Mai
id K
'"•■ol.
( h ul
the i* . \v. A- li. mi
F. Mu Id
n br iki'mati
. had his t !.
•ii « I I V
eg that
day
US
Hydrant Iloso. Reels
stylos, and
F. F. RiiOAüSiUid 5;
■: atrc.*ts.
that
, : ! i..
pri*
i .■>:
who
Un* y
A 1.*
ob
g to Will la
lit
d
Noith
lh«J '-af
vio injured.
all
l ri t ho i
I'li laihdphi.
academic spurt'
lablo
in
I'rbliy. I i.n.iel M.
i .
I r . w
i.ii'd i '. t o in tl,c* mile
b.i
:1k, 1.18
'I :i
"
' *• !
. In
- u_*.it [irevious ;
rd 10
»lids.
Ins
'll.
lunernl
l x May«
*.f
I.
■ „de;.* *\ No. 432 Marko
. l.ty aft*.
ming
I

I'niwiisiin l.i
will
at
white
G-tivi
V. • d :
id Jacks
Thor«
thas
ryb«vlv.that'at
Wi
! '!
mm* Vegetal. •• |,t
■ t liver, at '.h
»■u ni j
la" 1
; ' j
lilloU
it

ut
cujninta.
du
after
fi
On*
' 'rayori V : '
,n*4.s for li
■'*•• Mils ■* II. Hard
Murant »j toot
.
r-,
'! 0 1 .-tie
_'" a ;
j
riiia-i
Wnuii
•*-<lured i ueiawara.
1
Sl!.
Ilv
1
tho
1 .H ' • *> I
,'.
I put
L
per*
Oi
t;.'*i
' i
-• j
J.t
id
< *. i * ; *. :
,u
Labi
1J. Met 4
I
fr
•ii.
'1
tv
"G;
.il
" r j
th-sy
aiti* a 1
operating
. Ne. kwt
Fri
U A. Mltelu.i si
nid tin toofer,
• gravel, .slag
I g.tl
! '
:
the t i le
mved from
to No. l'v'J '\«*Ht
leie
V*. 413 .Shipley "tre
Fifth street, Wilmington, Del.
, No. 630.
i*h
j
I
in the
*. Qumby
Has moved to 3.i West streot.
i
SCOTT
i Th ' Ho "' Worm,n * " T,, ' pm '
,dng
6l ght-story steel And granite
of the "Pittsburg Time»" occurred
Why
Tuesday, tt was viewed throughout petito,
by over 19,000 people, many of whom Skin,
woro t(ie most prominent people of Shiloh's
Pennsylvania. them.
The building is one of the llncBt retail
structures in the state and is probably
the ^ equipped newspaper plant In
tluj coull trv.
To commemorate the event "The
Time.' iBsued h SiPpage p.p«f. which
makes the second largest «tally news
papor published In the world. Nota.)
Wo congratulate 'The Time»" upon
n its onlorprlaa and wish It the aucooaa „
1» truly _ F
u How to cure All 8klu D1 „ ai ... L
simply apply "swathe's oin ihknt.'
No intenml luediciuo rctiuired. Cure«
sr, eczema, itch, ull eruptions
the face, hands, nose, et«-., leaving tlio
skin cleuv, white ami healthy. Its;;»« «!
healing und curativu powers
*«•**■ c*d by
•* üruugthl I
of the new ar«
building bo
annual
leave
u
p «
Ask your
ier remedy.
8 w a y n k's ointment.
Churcli D«-ill«*i*tioD.
M. E. Church at Elsmore
will be dedh-nted tomorrow. The
main audience room has I
pleted and this U'uutiful church Is
ready for occupancy.
The services will bo at 2 o'clock 111
no the afternoon, preaching by Rev. J.
I P. Otis of Brand y winn, and ut 8
o'clock in the evening, with pi-ea« h
ingbyllev L. E. Barrett. Presiding
Kluer of Wilmington District. A cor
dial invitation is heartily exionded.
'1 iic
Is
Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic Balsam
etands Mie best unci is tho best ut
Throat anil Lung medicines made; has
u ei o n-cornmer.dat ions than uuy
other and will positively cur«*. Elegant
for th 1 * grip, coughs, Ac hold by rug
uiar druggists. Office. 422 Market St
Co to No. 4?5 Market
street for Dr. Simms' Wlilto Pulmonic
Balsam and other
to 1 ourth and King streets. Elegant
private ollico for consultation, hold
by druggists.
M. F. Davis, jeweler. No. 0 E. 2d S
the
.1
Removed
Heines, und not
ho
d
.d
Burpee's t-usli lima
true und largo Lima. For sale only
here.
:uw, the oni\
•»lids per package at -J. J.
th'Sj Foui Lh and Shipley streets.
Sflling
Our L'.-irgain «•«
;tor is iilled with
cheap sic
> of all kinds,
s ; hoo*s from *1.
M.
to -::;.oo.
a
.v» •
Clnldron'i
B. A. «
.
and
ANT, A'gt .4 W. 2d Btr
•t.
10
Go to Walther A- Co. to have youi
gc*a repair« «1.
tliC
DcvKod and suit hhellod crabs
A it.scow's, #«•* Milnlov btrcct.
W \N AH Alii. K'S.
ent
I Pi
rday. •» une I. iSflî.
and
and
Somehow there's a Challis
j comfort and stylefulncss
that no other Dress Stuff
can show. The Linen Lawns
are crisper and cooler^ the
Organdies filmier and more
fairy-like, the Sateens silkier,
hut from the five-penny
prettiness "of a Grenadine
Tissue to tiro glinting folds
of the lovely Lansdowne
there's nothing that can
"S«: take the Challis place,
uw j Challis softness! Summer
[luxury. So dainty to drape.
•;> j Even the 18e half-wool Clial
l lis show their breeding.
1'riutid by artists More
YnMi„ure-;art in them than in any ere
I tentions pointings. 'More
t '-T style. < ioodm ss and grace
:êi fulness grow with every up
ward step into the realm of
pure wools—37to, 5Ue, (Me.
the
at
Out
« I.
B.
Court
ox
irt
every- |
fro:
lit
'-af
I'.ti ;*.
id 8 ml
injured.
We've been headquarters
all season for the Zouave
M.
mile
'I :i
Suits t!iat :'> to 8-year hoys
[look so natty in. This morn
" ing live stvL-sof them strike
' *• ! tho $:5.5tt mark —-worthv to
. In
;
ming- rank
illi tho L* -1 of the
long line of Suits that
I has made so milch talk about

will
Thor«
Five styles Wash Suits
for bora of I to r hull
■ : Neat cheeks
gll
and
>
ryb«vlv.that'at *
'"'stripes (fast colors) with
ni j white drill collars, white'idl
la" 1 shii'ld, blue ni: bored,
; ' j yard and
ment.
wlii-llc
tttt-.ich
.
r-,
Mart,, 1 -,
_'" a ; Wall i'ape
j Almost eight hundred pat
riiia-i terns Wall l'.ip r at Ute to
IS.
1 $7.50 and all of them with
lersand c ilings to match
,'. Do von know how manv of
t;.'*i
' i tho
ra[>< r
k*
-• j Livturo R»» ! Moulding to
,lim'.di j■ :t] i '.'.-, or wood work.
W.- t;i! o ( tiv of liousc-in
(d'liiiiirv \V;dl
stoves that would sote
Met 4
terior de< mutions of ali kinds;
painting, plain and dceora
,tive and artistic prettying
"G; of any sort.
.il Samples of Papers free:
" r j prompt estimates.
kwt
u. d i: Thirteenth street side.
.slag
I g.tl
John Wanamakeii,
from
'\«*Ht
leie
UNIQUE PILE CUP.r ,^„ÆT ut -
j for }»« lea of re cut or long utandhig. No
I mr«ih*lnr rcui rod. For tnmnuunais ad
J. U. iiellevue, Del. adU-Uia
dr
tight
a
been
h ■ • AntfARf
SCOTT Ml £. SASSAin SWtlOOL
Will give their annual |
Excursion to Woodland Beach
ON Thursday, June isth,
1 the
n„
fiÂr
Answer This (jaestlon. 1
Why do so many people wo see A
ouud us seom to prefer to suffer ami
made miserable by Indigestion, The
Constipation. Dizziness, Loss of Ap
petito, Coming up of the Food, fellow
Skin, when for 70c. we will sell them Udba,
Shiloh's Vitalizes guaranteed to cure 1 Weeks
them. N. B. Danforth. wholesale and te9t
retail agents, 2d and Market streets,
Wilmington. Del. .
-_ ful
Pension Voucher*. i
Quarterly pension vouchers core
fu^Âi^Sy °Thom« R l35T,
v.,Pniuin »»n atroAt to
Nota.) Fublio, 800 Mai hot «treat. u, 0
.
„ ___ ' '!._. clnlm
F Y P I I R Q I fl M
L AUUMÜIUIi« shall
ar«
bo
ASnntY M. E. SUNDAY SCHOOLS
annual
st«amei Clyde. Wednesdny. June 8th, will
leave King street wharf
uralonto Woodbind Reach
Ilo.it leaves King Street Wharf 7 a.
Hyatt's Hand will uccoinpany 4tit-m.
11128-31-JM-T-U-11-15 left.
Great Special Sals
S
—OF—
Y
Commencing Monday Morning,
J.
MAY 16 th, 1802 ,
(At tha 023 Hive,)
A. Great Knock Down
•t.
SALE
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY.
iSflî.
the
ere
up
of
(Me.
We have a surplus of stock
on hand and take this plan to
^ive the people ol Wilmington
the benefit of tlic sale fur 30
days.
ll row 11 Muslin reduced From
4c to 3c.
Brown Muslin reduced from
5c to 4c.
Brown Muslin, yd. wide,from
Sc to 6c.
Bleached Muslin, yd. wide,
from Sc to 6c.
15 yds. 11 ill Muslin, Si.
Toilet twill crash, from 5c to
4c. by the piece or yard.
Outing Flannels h en is 'jcto
l"C.
.fi
1
Outing Fianncls fiom 10 c to '
0
8c.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES
(
Light C.iiicoos from 5c to
All best prints from 8c
4 e.
to Tt*.
Laiu-a.-tu' (iingliams from
Su to 7t*.
I ire-s Gingliains from ld.ie
to l be.
Dress Ginghams from 15o
to l'ife.
('retonesfrom Tile to Kle.
China cloths from Tile to
hoys
to
the
that
about
Pine apple cloths from 12Lc {
All kinds ol dress floods,in j
° from !
j
10e.
Suits
gll
and
to 10c.
with
white'idl leading styles,
lau-j23cto 22lc.
All kinds of dress goods |
from .17li- to 25c.
Surahs and Henriettas,all
wool, from 00c to 45c.
Surahs find Henriettas, -11!
in. wide, from 75c to 08e.
All black dress silks, from
$1 to iKie.
All black dress silks, from
$1.25 to $1.10.
Surah bilks, all shades,
75e to GHc.
Faille silks from$l toOOe.
In fact all dress goods re
duced in the same propor
tion.
pat
to
with
match
of
r
to
work.
kinds;
dceora
free:
This is a bouafklc sale, to
commence Munhav, May l(i,
1 m!) 2, and continue U0 days,
to give every one a chance,
at the
BEE H11ÎE
ut -
No
ad
adU-Uia
No.306 Market St.
ii»J2-i:.t
1 -at
it,
j
I...Icy til« Tight i;o;,r r«rf»rin«r. |
oeoi'ffe w. iMioy, Wilmington'«| a
tight rôpe performer enrao homo from ,
a Southern trip on Tuesday. 1 lo has
been away eiiwo labt September ami :
visite«! every town in the Atlantic sen- aL
o^j/j^^ave ^ïiuh!tï«uiH U 'i l n n eviM :l l
| town, algo in Koy West and Havonna.
Sï.^rffi'K'ÏÂÏI^That's
«" at «
1 the Opera House. Ho never foil once,
n„ m,twtth any accident alnco be
fiÂr on JomîÆi l ' l BSrÆ , *ïiî!iu*h IÏS
K»i^e5H"ïw ü uŒT^*'taj : * Jîfi? I
l?,',wi!si lw i"r Viieft 'Sï.tVilï^èîiudralî: i
Muiil c *&ain , Ä":o ÏT' j«mM ü uSt-t I
—-
1 A Temperance Prize.
A Pemoreet Medal contest will be
psrtlqinatod in by eix or soven boys of
The Loyal Temperance l egion
l*othauy Baptist Church 'lhursdny
..ä;.,» i". uv#* 1 w
Udba, Miss Joele Fogg, and Mr. W. H.
1 Weeks will be the judges of the con
te9t - This is the 11 ret ul these popular
contests glyep lp t,his city,
. The conditions on which the bsautl
ful silver medal is given by Mr. W.
i Jeuiiings Demorest. Is that at least six
peisona between the a«es of
SÄS ,
to memory from a book furnished r>y
u, 0 Burenu, selections bearing upon
. Xemperahca and lTohlbltlon, aud
clnlm boforo a public assembly,
X&'MÄJShU til's meuL"
shall bo awarded,
of
left.
Miles's Nerve
Liver Pills.
Y OU CAN HAVE
YOUR TEETH EXTRACTED
^|iri(lBir~
Without pain nt.
.3811 Market Sf.
1 But Teeth Made
TEFTH EXTKACTFD n: iC
WITH * VITALIZE!» AIR 50Ci
S|
7r>c
730
DR. F. E. SMITH,
SURGEON DENTIST,
1
" in; ing ton,
Yun can ntuolmvo
tliu
l
■M
i "It
SB, SB, $8,
,
58, SB.
Tooth filled with r»old
Toctli
TEETH CLEANED
wltli stiver
811 M/tBKET STREET.
iir:i lu:i
fit'll tut
III- w t f
ru Collcg u
.* hall I
DR. GOSLIN,
DENTIST
to
30
Shipley Street, cor, Eighth.
Teeth g.S.oo and 310.00 a set.
Teeth filled with gold and "old
and plutina, Si.00 and $2.00
Teeth extracted without pain,
25 c. ami 50 cents.
< las. cither or cocaciue.
Jtti;
^lorsdâth Drops Flour !
•s Hungarian UJ
Re
Barrel *5.75
" 5.30
" 6.Ü0
" 5.00
" 5.00
" 170
.fi
3^i* Per Bag
1 <
350
Lo;
Clifton, FFF
: 01 Deluwaru. IT FF
Mu
l'ri
33 c
.1
' 1
Kir..
id
l'ary « •■..*.
:iic
4.7*»
lataliird
( )ur
4.70
Sp.«'i
4.70
311
White ' ap
:i of tlio r.intry
( Bread
•I.
30c
Bi
I» i ib-turimble.
Goo,Is delivered to all parts of tho city free.
"'CHEAPER than whitewashing.
Meredith's Cash Grocery,
S. W. Cor. 6th and Madison Streets
Cheapest place t«» buy Wall Paper and have it hung is at
II. D. Holt's, 213 West Second Street. New poods, lowest
{ prices and larger assortment l.as been my aim for this season, I
luvc never hail such a lar;e assortment at such low prices. Wall
j l ,a P er as low 4 cents a piece of the latest designs and color
! ' n ^ c,lou ßh to paper 1 house cr several houses. Also a lar^e
j force of skilled workmen and all work done without delay.
Estimates furnished with pleasure.
|
lHARRY D. HDLT
;
213 WEST SECOND STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
THE LATEST DESIGNS
—IN—
PAPER HANGINGS
—AT—
The Old Reliable Ilcur.c,
422 MARKET STREET.
■ patronage solicited
A lew very pretty papers of 91 'patterns closing out at your
own prices.
Yi
A. D. JONES.
COAL.
LIME.
1
JOHN M. SOLOMON/
Yard Front artd fchuroii Streets.
Cements, Cal Pi. A lten, Flasiuuno IJAin, Finis Buiciss and Fini: Clay.
Telephones, ltd and iUd,
Office 3 west Third Street.
SAND,
BRICKS
olJ fa3liion talk with
our customers.
It's a hot, dusty
ride from your
country homes to
the city. 'We know
it, Jand d mbly value this
life-long friendship that for
many, many years has
brought us together.
Hall, you know, is your
home. Come and sit down
j quietly and cool off. We are
| alv> av S glad tO SCO y Oil. It S
a nice, airy halling-iilaco,
, i . *lr__ -1 •
Wltll plenty Oi J^OOll ICG Wfttcr
: Y nni' riiqnnmil Olir bif?
aL y Oui UlSpObiU. uur
l stor0 ' y° U know, IS a small
tOWll W'itilill its limits.
^hy wc can give you
«»c Big values- bigger and
better 110W tllUll CVtT UOlOrC.
FrQm ehiMhood up y OU have
never yet been able to do as
well aä at Oak Hall, and
I you'll find that this Summer
i thing are cheaper and better
I than yoii have ever known
them to be.
Oak
Men's Clothing, from $10.
Children's Suits, from $3.
Boys' Suits, from $5.00.
These Suits are made
from the best Serge3, Wools,
Cheviots, Etc., to be found
11 is because wo are bread
winners ourselves that wc
endeavor to satisfy every de
maud of those who also arc
broad wi " ncra f A ' vorkin S
man cant pay fancy prices.
Wo appreciate tho fact. We
are porsiblv the largest buy
ers in the trade, hence we
cau bottcr . f Vï. you , tllftn
you dream of. \» e wish you
to feel that you have a sort
of proprietary interest in
Oak Hall, and that it is your
right to bring your friends
here and show them around.
tut
We arc also glad to have any
tnn s or idcfis from you.
Wanamaker&. Brown
OAK IIALL,
SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS,
Philadelphia.
GREAT BARGAINS
" |l|y -
l. —gathered u p
some very choice mattings, which we are now selling at
very low prices, among the lot being an extra heavy
Jointless Matting, 100 pounds to the roll; 28 cents per
yard, or £9.20 for full roll of 40 yards. Another not
jointless ,£8 per roll. Earlier in the season the same grades
for $14.
We
well
You v
ten hear of bar
gains which on
investigation
prove to be any
thing but bar
gains.
Wo have had
thus far the, r .
most sucessful ! ^.
ML
®pl
m
Book
lx
Um
ft
\ 'yù
.»s?- 4 ,
■//
matting season
we ever had,
anti were com
polled to
make a 1 a t e
purchase, and
in the deal we
:
\ m
Zj\
-,
fn
A
Oil
Since starting the awning
season we have been nearly
over-run with orders,
being our first season as
awning makers the results
aro quite flattering toj say
the ieast.
are experienced in the art
and you arc sure of satisfac
tion. Usual sized awnings
put up complete for $2.50.
Special estimates given on
larger ones.
Hunt us up and let us he
your awning people.
Linen slip covers, $15 lor
an ordinary suit of six or
seven pieces.
Id our list of summer goods will be found edar chests
and hammocks.
This .
wc
S
we
in
Our workmen
r iif»
Jf
j
FURNISHERS AND DECORATORS
SIXTH ANDTATNALL STREETS.
Bag
SV1USIG WAREROOMS
Pianos.
Violins
Banjos,
Guitars,
Mandolins,
Autohups,
Accofdons
Piccaloss,
Cornels
Flutes.
Hardman,
Swick So Kelso,
Estey.
Organs.
Estey,
Bridgeport,
Wilcox & White,
I
All Instruments Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction.
5.H.BAYN ARO
Fifth and Market Streets.
at
I
Wall
lar^e
SPRING TIME.
DONTFOÎÎGÊT THAT
JAMES EVL BRYAN,
The Pointer and Drainer, has a crops of good workman, ready at all times t«>
houutlfy your houses. In a*IdlUon to tho paiuting business his utoro is w'cll
Hto«'ke«l with tlio best l»rands uf
; FAINTS, OIL, GLASS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, L
in fact everything is tliorc that \a fourni in any llrst-class paint store. The
artls «*an b«* Hupplieil us well as tho painter. Glazing promptly attended to
telephone, 490.
JAMES EVI. BRYAN,
207 WEST EIGHTH STREET.
JOSEPH STGEGKLE'S
DIAMOND STATE
LASER BEER
- -AND—
PORTER BREWERY
your
WILMINGTON, DEL.
OfTleeand Brewer, Depot and Saloon.
N. W. Cor. Fifth and Adam»it*.. Nos. 223 and 2J5 King 3L
Telephone 1S3. Telephone 23d
Shipping a .Speoiallty. Alieolute purity guaranteed- Our Be«ir an«* Foctet
Me os peo lall y recouuneuied for medloluai uee.
Buy your Furniture at
BUEHLER'S,
513 SHIPLEY STREET.
We have a large,
well selected stock of
Parlor Suits from $25 up.
Chamber Suits from
r .
! ^. ur ? au9 ' ( , ,, , . .
Chairs of all descriptions,
Lounges,
Couches,
Mattresses,
Springs from $1 up.
Bedding,
Quilts,
Cribs and Cradles,
Children's Chairs,
.60
up.
Dining room furniture,
Desks,
Book Ciises from $11 up
China Closets,
Chiffoniers at cost
Fancy Tables,
Carpets,
Oil Cloth,
Stoves,
Banges,
Pictures and Mirrors.
Easels, Cabinets,
Cloth Trees from $2.25 up.
Hall Backs and Stands,
Plush Bookers, $2 75 up.
Baby Carriages from $4 up.
Music Stands and Musio
Cabinets,
Book Shelves, Brackets,
Comodes, Blacking Boxes,
Umbrella Stands,Foot Bests,
Shades, Curtain Poles,
You will lind in our store
many bargains.
513 SHIPLEY ST.
Next tu iteil Men's HalL
25 CENT
Window Shades
ON SPRING FIXTURES.
5 CENT
WALL PAPERS,
Fink Papers and
Shades
Constanily in Stock
HNE mi A SPECIALTY
RGSIN&BRG..
218-220 W. 2d St.
Telephone 4(19.
mH-tii-i
lering i
\
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
AND 0ÜTINQ SHIRTS?
li bnlbriffans: steels,
modes and « reams, 95«*, a suit.
Ui« best made pepperell
drawer in the city for AUc, dou
ble suut, felled scan in stayed
over y where, rivototl buttons.
A balbrigun shirt for 35c,
worth 5ÜO
A sateen shirt for 50o, sold
last eoueon f « *r 7 »u ar.d il.
A beautiful lino of madras
shirts for f l, same as sold last
season ul £1.25.
Biaok shirts, with white
strlpo, guaranteed fast color
* 50c.
t«>
Chovlote, light or dark, folletl
seams 50c.
hllk stilpo madras shirts, und
many othors.
L
WYATT & CO
The
to
(!0;5 Market Street.
• laundry Is turning out
u* very llm work. You
slum d try it.
<" ! lYr 1
ru-:
Collars ami
IU80
each.
GORDON HEIGHTS LOTS.
Il A V15 YOU SI1L.N Til 12.11 ?
Oor«l«*M lloi-ilits building lots, splendid
1 iu\ « stmi iitrt. Tue
location of tliesr lot« ts beyond doubt tht*
most dedrnble to t>e obtained
cliilty. lüitl». licalilty and convenient.
Natural druit:uu;( csoclleut. Nothing low
•e. Cliiinnl
views presented
butthop
of the Delaware river and adjacent
try, P.,
. Ac I». It. It.
aide ami tlio «deotric car railroad up
llieotlicr, giving many advantaged
and conveniences. Do not tail to secure
4 beautiful hum«* while von have tno op
portnnitv. Gall at 830 Market street,
Wilmington, Del., and wo will show
them to you. .
th -tat'
Phili .1 R. Clark & Go.,
No. 830 Market street.
ad-sat-tu -th tr
A TTENTION — PERSONS DE8IHINQ
A pure drugs and chemicals» or wishing
ibeir proscriptions or private receipts
carefully compounded with pure mater
ials 6honld go to the drug store of II. K
BRING HURST, No. 317 Market street, Wli
n
mington. Del.

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