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right at at the dislike says: wump; the erotic Democ their , end ! ! slips I you * me July Taxes 1 au > intand-ivM mnr.» inhn m im.kot. erat vu. 5* »'S. ".TufoSJ- Ä - !« kocoptlon of taxes. Il is supposed that Iris office will be at Delinquent Col . «^ays lector Flnok'a office No. 810V, Market ' no •treat, though it is iuat noaelble that m " î rmetlT l posai bio that tt ted Mr. Dickey may remove it to some other place n ot so easy of access to * rl lu-peyere. His new building at Fifth *ud Market streets in which he wi n have a clothing .to«, will not he ad pa"'öt' U ü» tL" ofllceto the fourth story and a part in ,lbl the basement connected with speak lug '-oultl tubes, and so itis altonother nrubablo that É! that his office will be at the dUk-o al P tom ms omce wui be at tue pia« e al HHH|telMated. The Levy Court LlG0 very convenient and handy ,noa out of thoir large com- to MKroom. Wire screens Lave Ueou P«»«l ■RTupendelltho protection needed ^whas been providod for, but though in the W the Court Hmifto mol thomrh mufth tm> for r sssasswsrr I 'gsrsrzszrjt l there. He is not built in that way. f°°H®h I B2ÎÂÂ^ÂÎZ^:'VU1«.| p: the tax-payers and ho will be obliged | crftt to take tliolr taxes. I Now a word to the puli taxpayers ; out who are Republicans. They me the lsm once who win have the most trouble fll ' ,l In paying their taxes, and they should fba; ; t a.°° n f. laDtly .. on . t ? w l00 . lt - 0 " t I ^ ^ for paying them. Julyia tlio month h lor Dickoy to sit'in wihuington. and more f W ® h , U T ,1" th ® la ° nth WÜ1 be from 2 to 6 in the afternoon and from 7 to 8 oclock in tlio even n-r auu i rom « to o ociocu in tne e\on.ng, . ' except on Sundays aud on the Fourth spirit, of July, I s It will be neceeeary-forevery ltcpub-1 SToJC^pTr^ 1 " «T"«!: : will not apply to Demo-raue PC, tax- ^ pjvyeiTj, but this is Mr. Dickey s idea of fairness and impartiality. Democrats wi! need lose no time, but Renubhcana 6 i U xuuet. It will not do for Republicans to moasuro their opportuiiitlo, by nav Democratic opportunities nor will it do fortliom to watt until then Demo f»ttc neighbor goes to pay his taxes and then go too. The Democratic ' QI . P neighbor will have his tax receipt con veyed to him in some kind of a quiet He may perhaps have It ■ handed to him at his tool-bench, or lleW R he may Und it under bis breakfast ( Pl® to iD the morning, but the R°pub- ti L. Ucsn who expects these little lavors «ntl waits for thorn to turn un will un« f m- " °î„, ln . up - wll ' mu ly left, liiere is nothing for him mtu v to do but to go to tho lax-pfflco and! I pay his taxes and tto sooner if® goes I »h tbs month of July the bstb r. j There are something likJ|iiOOO Re Uifaxabie* sa tCs assess Mr. DAILY (Except Kcxpax) many -A3P— ; THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING, a K. COX T1UUD AND 1ÜXU am. —BT— THE REPUBLICAN PRINTENQ AND PUBLISHING CO. Auteica at Del. - poatomeo ut AV ll in mg ton, nitdwtlM« nmii mutter. . TUESDAY. JUNE 31. lKUt REl-IJCI-ICAN TICKET. TOR SUERIPF, PEIRCE GOULD. FOB CORONER, GEO. W. JACKSON. mai ii< 1 o p.-xy their taxo* in unlv 25 working ate . in . : r' July, and there • days for Dickey to sit and receive tii I Four hours each afternoon - ing would only make 100 hours. This ! would be sufficient ti I n which to tii pay 8000 poll taxos if tlie k other taxes to pay. But it must not | 1 be forgotten that real estate I property taxables will bo rushing in tho same month to pay their taxes in order to get tlie rebate. It will be ! necessary then for poll taxables to be R,ja 4u line and permit no property taxable ^ ■y to be given the preference. At the tax : . office is where all must stand on an J «quality. The man who has less than j a dollar to pay is the equal before tlie I law of the property taxable who has hundreds of dollars to pay. tied d ; has I Do ThbP olice Commissioners, at their. Wiectini last night agreed to add twelve im re poll:emeu to tlio force, j It was lit ped that as tlie city •omo.vhat of u llnanoial strait at the presont time, tliat the Commissioners I would try to get along without tho ' Increase this year. It must bo ud ted, however, that more police needed for our fast growing city, tho Com misai oners being entrusted with tlio dnty of preserving the peace | of tlie city, could not see how they could well do their duty, ex. opt by Increase in Urn force, F veil with this increase, tho force of Wilmington will not bo proportionate to the pupu lation like that of other citiee. The increase will cost tlie city 000 and will induce the most rigid , economy on tho part of theC it y C< dl to mukc financial ends un-el with tlie present tax rate. as in ' *f- see re 1 ! De 1 ..r ■ 510,. i To .Mm f There L laet year ln tlie Southern St a Crop was ao large tlmt it i n É. the markets of the K,. lost money, in cor: K there has been a natural ii g, tills yt E; been udded tue 'P..WI . of u Jato W wet season, so th t. cli cottoi raised . •llio! 1 t many localities , . the planting la limited, l looda have postponed largo areas already plan toil, -a dnntlng or r i mai 1 Lut many f aits of J barn a and Missis-i; pi, tl Dot bo •. All. i8:m, Ali ii ,L i lu-t d tho whole d«'. Bt>l ) ci oug'j t loos. Ü 1 -» Faint Lou it ise may bo «■< tore average Democrat, 1 responUeiita ore than ;h keeps u -<>rp • .t' ■io cotton districts, and m other newspaper, makes Potion nsws, a«its out these faut •eat detail, explaining farther l ha 1 , bllo the season and Hoods have hart (any individuals, in tho long nd its compensation ' r, y will hotter ute of the -o'ton i it* t. Many bt> great sup Southwest cottou «lis IHli^thib year tu ad rchanto of st ? ! used f • supply ■ the fiiie« ^«nd this is what tho Suulh Kced it is needed i lefoîTT • iveisl of Br.t sr :ne time ago a demand ■ , > •• ; re t<. •• nstv •.< V w*,i "U,v r. •• , *u«wum»w y D«ttoancel| j Eilwwd Murphy, Jr., olj Tam* If H*U, and on,» «I Gotorno, Hill 1 » »oourln« right hand men, has been talking out . ® u y at ('hicairn nnri ,1,«. t i.in ™..nn »hv ^ at Chicago, and g It«» this roason why | H treet the Democracy, of the Empire State I Mr . dislike Mr. Cleveland. Mr. Murphy paeslng says: at Key •Tl» MO» U dislike ot the mug- Wy wump; it matters not whether lie be a cigar. itopublloan mugwump, like some of j Last the editors In New York, or a Demo- Mr. erotic mugwump, like ox-Secrctary his two Fairchild or ex-Mayor Grace. The law, Democ rat s disl ike them all, and all County, their followers, alders and nbettors, Tavlor , SftWlSS, ÏÏSÂÏÏÏ end manly enUgonlets, while llie Mljw ! mugwump, pretending to bo a friend, J le M ! slips his stiletto In your back while <rom I you arc opposing the com mon enemy." »ylvaula * Well,this is old lime Bourbonlsm 1 1 au > how 11 nothing eleo. Once a Demo erat always a Democrat,just like caste - !« — «"»« *• of Confuuu ®» once u shoemaker | «^ays one, on to remote genereUoii^ g 0 uth ' no chBn *® ° r opinion, no advance- An m " nt - No political progress le toler- graile tt ted by the Bourbon of the Tammany June 1 ' , .»*#», * rl P®- 0r «anization with him is Lfth «'erytlung. No man with an mle- Wm m nd, wdh a miud imiulring day ca°go Tammany is boeedupon the unchungu- , Mr. ,lbl ""oss of public opinion. Nobody md'uy '-oultl imagine n greater tyranny than Bllver that of l mrt y rwle «cneration after J. generation never changed its political Ball Stable cnulUbrium in nartica LlG0 ^ ouibie cquinnuum in paiuea j'| ie y ,noa |^»poh.,ical dcatli. Ihia happened and to f'^orulista and Whig. It liap P«»«l to the Demucretlc pur ty lu 18.10 ■ " h«enot fully reorgamecd up to the present time. If it had not been moio for Mugwumpery in the Republican other asasssr^i*'»s^"i«»sf si^sassrsa... f°°H®h Douibonism as Mr. Muiph\ i The Abolitionist. Fimo-soi. I»«,« | crftt Eedemiist. Antl-Mnsou, Know- force I Nothing, N'atlvo-American and even '^®^ ; out und out Democrat* Republican lsm i«» been triumphant because TOnl fll ' ,l >5's liberal and progressive, and ley fba; ; *tu90 it always had independent I ^ *o , b ll.Li,o, .,y°n! v'oM r "; !!;r i Individual judgment- It depends •lest«*»' more on an appeal to general judg. Bourbon prejudice, ihoylal fuiw of . \oiing Republicanism is its independent air. . ' mnnv spirit, the weakness of Democracy is | l0 I s Taiuinany Hall Bourbonism which them. nmUorgcf. "»thing. : ^ '.ÄÄ~m« A fm.u WaHliingtcn that foreign navy yards wi! , hereafter bo closed to Amorican 6 i U dcnta of naval architecture, and no have father attempts will lie made to have hours nav ,il eedote admitted to the dock to yards of Europe Wo cen see no other reaaon for this exclusion than that our opinion gtudents have learned too much, and practice ' QI . P U pou iron and btcol Bhin bonding too rapidly to suit foreign constructors. The time is rapidly \ men, approaching when America will bo tho ! Iho lleW ln wllic „ thB moBt ai , v „ nC cd the ( au a mothode of naval construe- tiou ti on l0 ay bo learned, and European The aiudenta will scok our shin-var.ls f.u- ®P°kon f . ,,, , ' : , » - • instruction. Wu will then bo able to | mtu in tho courtesy. who - «*-«■«» - I to I Ykstkrday lTcsidcut Harrison was Mayor. j onidally notme. ulhisnomlnstio,. fur j re-cloction to the high office ho now gallon. hold* Mr. Harrison is said to bava ac* to I uiiliet i i/nvi> ! ffok ! throe " ll Maas! Mr. many knowledged tlio honor in an approp ri ate manner and then all hands went . in to lunch. There is a lurking . : plclon, however, that Mr. Harris ! heard had 'thing abm.t his nomina- j f,, 10 ijofore Governor McKinley noli- ! tii | in ffonornlly c be ! nominated be R,ja P February Convention i ^ ^urk bureted and killed : broach than it did at the muzzle. J j I tied hiiu. sms to hove it all his way at Chicago, and it is ceded that ho the first ballot. d ; ,* do. th fill bo mil's New •o at tho !» id told ters, The Tammany tiger at Chicago con- ' «les tho nomination of Cleveland and M. This bell Ht. d II. glvon tot ye than any Ml. has retired sullenly to his tent. ■tiros New York for Harrison. The sey I Do Indiana, Michigi Western States. Futile hope! icrntic, hope is now i ■urrying font, j the U'hicago. making I otli«*r candidate, I» tho ' h.m. | The , ank ot her in ' came to , Ida fate )ked out to j great racket, id then told him he was o was heard aled. *f- see who made this re scowled 1 ! De The Democrats 1 o ui; to. I is ocrut. No deni Horrlac is the candidat« Amcrici lam! is the candidate of « ISO 1 ..r tit«» people th people. ■ l!t«j people too—the F.nglith jM.'opIe. ho SHILOH'S CATARRH lU.MKHY. A me f'.rr'utairii.I.iplitiieria, With Hi. I Heaiiacho. ntreat- in h bott le there is :g« •Ilf of flies i!hi TUpl forth. holesaic? i retail agents, 2d ml , whe that ! j tim ravelers to ,-it hin I n the ». k >nt, i Market st reote. •llio! Tl»c nclijxlit of Moder Little ide: vol. thought is g bV city of tin* 1 t Le ieriul ud I ot Old ' lie speed id «I lie 1 he I id lb ■ « luttorilzeil for- . T'op , ,«l development of this per is in no small isylvunia Hail illubtratoil in l, 1st evste 'no« Is i tl , u!ur have feet syet« ty f t m lit lue t«j P vny. tl «1 he -I by .1« Ali tl Pl'Ogl . -, ellowstona Bark \mru.st S45th. t y I In, n ilupli. ly nrr»« L The rat. *f th ,. be ng all for th P« ks : out i 1 ?! the N>»ri g i'hila«b.*lphhi July 12 f h. r. le.o ■mg than Fulls. T"i-o Is. Bar ids of the ■ ■ ml ! 1: M I ll. A ha 1 , hart Lukes y toga. and . daylight i i mpi ■gu . the III Ivi nil . r.M i ceks a Fail. \ ,\ le 1 hi hide! [ July l ith. 2ytli. t i 1 tii. 20U 1- the ro! •pteiubor a : will «i-trip at«*, valid I) 1 fithin ten days. 2 d a tour is to bo run t<* i i iate of i*«rr nut only a d tain Huu»-. July : the Li Many sup «lis ad lhiladolphi 1 at tlio Mu valid u audi uf tour. : I ays ÏÏS , j . ! Th ! leave Pi tl is ■ m l N , to cuver three «lays •vcrlng all expenses, se lours are ip caurgo of u tourist at and uhapei «ni, n medium far in 4 In e® of the foreign cxpoiisi'vecour- ; A raerfea certainly itlrecu a pu«*o ** '.ei foreign cousins in the art of ingtun. te of #11 < I Suulh lefoîTT iveisl ti'ft? ?1 institut I the a. 1 ta Hallroad is weil an adv th being pioud of. B? ht ! her «»Hiding Condemned. 1 he three 6ti-ry frame building at No. l*J West Twelfth street, belonging ago tu Joseph Davidson, was condemned > •• ; by Building Inspector Dohl yesterday •.< os it is more than half Uooayed and , cannot be repaire«!. The owner was given three months to rcmuvo it. Dot». ] If you want flrtfccUu» 4Mtf and »oourln« don* go toNo. S10 King St | IJn . ® u y *how oawaft per «sent off for «0 «re ^ Durstein, No. 5 East Second , ary, H treet who Mr . ftUd Mre . Huxley Harvey ore paeslng a few days of the heated term at Key bold, Ued Lion hundred. Wy Regents »ro our leading s «nt cigar. Duisteln, manufacturer, No. 5 1!Km Last second. who Mr. J. B. Vincent, of this city, with not his two children, visited his father-in law, Wm. T. Olios, of Elkton, Cecil JSSd County, Md.,on Sunday. ftttters Tavlor ft Fullerton's Rheumatic the S'CÄ, i° Fuller® Mljw Ilewle HoHeeker and Mrs. Not J le M - "Rhine have returned home <rom a week e vacation through Penn »ylvaula und New Jersey. 1 Lieutenant E. C. Brooks, U. S.A., the "g^V/ln'tîSehl'ügton, taking «n ô.v ner amination for first lieutenaut. S | « [p*iton (ire compauy 'or g 0 uth Chester. P 7 An examination for second ami third I , n graile oerlllloatee will be at Newark. That June IMth. and In Wilmington, June the .»*#», i n «rimol building No l corner , cu Lfth and French streets*. ' aro Wm 0 M#chom itartM on Mon . day for Ottawa III. On his way out j ca°go °* ' W ° * ^ | prl , Mr. and Mm Beniamin Nl.h.e have i md'uy 'i-vcnlng m^'t-eU-brntlmTor' the fo Bllver aunlvorsury of their umrrlago. to J. F. Fillibon and P. J. Joyce will Die Ball from Now York Wednesday, by t lie Mh jostle, for Quoenstown. our j'| ie y will romain abroad two months and visit England and Ireland. | : T*"T , T ■ „^Slmnu »j W. Re Fulmoulc Be learn , H X„utm,d 1,™ K medicine muds-lme moio recommendations than any now other and will positively cure. Elegant It asasssr^i*'»s^"i«»sf i The regular weekly meeting of the __ «ÄS wi" umt force was taken up. and t:*plain Fran '^®^ wlm is acting as chief. ^ was asked icVpiiS Ù" ,t bcbougntVhcy * 1 TOnl ,i, „„dVei-e needed. Mayor wif ley was In favor of addin« that many of !!;r i i;:-«a"ld«no.^ l ut h nr™eSt*' T Mr a'® •lest«*»' thought tho additional men i «Ä'IÄ J # «"ii rÄ! • 'ÄVnÄ.fl't' tUe TO '""' läs1 "" t0 . \oiing mlajoi of it. air. ijowson saiu iwie were a gie.it mnnv bud pavements in thU * ty, and | l0 thought tho officers ehou.d ro^ ui ■ them. Mayor Willey said that ho woa ^Ü'Vt'he omie»'w 'mako^sieh re- the «•» ^ th * ,»«>««• -•«* <cn grÄÄ'Ä mission. | 101 have kr Icnvlng their b..niel.cr..rc i bi-ir hours of duty capita, and going home , to their breakfast. During this time J.mimÂeSîtenSMtoÂknlmïus opinion that a «toi» mustbeputto tliis practice at ohm. l Another sulqect considered was SlKS!°tteir" , fitri!to aÄ'SS'iTbo I \ men, oi romain in the station. ms ! Iho opinion was that the'Horgsanta ; f the t"and i tiou every Imur. ' ' 110 The cuso of ox-Fhlef Blackburn was l a ®P°kon of, ami a «l**»lrc show ■»» by tlie , • «ommlssloiicrs to iitvoaUgnto It fully, | With this end In view, they invite nil | , who know anything about tho mutter ' I to comiminicate tlie matter with tho Mayor. Dctoctivos M«*Yey and ( Witsll j îft'ÂÂS i gallon. ! - «- - | About fix months ago I was atlvlsod j to consult .Mrs. Hall, the groat .Spirit I uiiliet doctor, to boo if she could cure , of scrofula, from which! imvo su f »in cinidiiood. Kho »id ir i : id have fi illi ln the medicine 6lia I i i/nvi> me *».•!« -1,0 cnnl 1 c ir.i me x 1 i ! ffok h.T mcUn ino uiid hi loaJ ÎLtu i ! throe . 1,1 oiitiw i was cured, why. tho I " ll 'îwgged oMmï'JtetrinVwhît ! -dkinc w.,8 made or, but she :s Sulphur Kit- j knew it to lull . mine. Mr#», t'larn Maas! ao,,< 34 mnov * r stroct ' Bü8timi I , . . --, " " "S! I i,,i Mlnuie Masfoy in I y ul" ".«..dl-lirjalong onVy ti!,. ' r the Kov. I Hu.I Faith. j f,, 10 d fr< ! ,* do. th bo !» id s Id not d ho inediein told ters, and that she nev iorial Freuen ' M. bell 1 Ht. lomont's Episcopal Church at • tho church, given by Mrs. M y of her late hush; d a ni.igniti'-eiit marble baptismal Jivcn by Mies - ••timry of her lather, tlio lato II. B. Massey: a vci glvon bv A. F. Huey in tot her; a hymn tablet give ->ngrogi;tl'*h in memory or tii Ml. Watson, their former rector. sey in font, g to , Hr Wm Irked. to j Yost, name« I a Polish boy as kicked ami e«l by a stallion belonging o Jester ft Mi*Daniel. Tlio boy. wf years old. was playing at d Bird ■vus p:is=ing along «tick, when the y altem« >hn 1. I kn, i " t ..„at ! L, and badly inj ui; to. testet I is but « Maryland ttve tlie btulli« ruck him wit! ! Uickoil him l*re l crushing Ins ju of « arri«*«l t > ins lath« ISO Bird w brnip s ' no 1 was i d ifsidem-«», No. re lie was ; Bierce. Although tlie physk-hm has At ded Wild ho is I; A hopes «.filler Iv injur rk. I n«*y \\ YY'bterday liv in building a ?• ti,,. no,,, mils«! tu brlcklt mu ployed llm vIrikJ >t. loar mkI Hint a employed. 1«> had bee ml , whe they at i'-e quit that ! "scab." AH j tim to retur hin I the >nt, uhl not with n •angling : abl lUchirge«! o others p I bV ùiml Hi lung To-Mglif. egular im oting of Washingt. i«*. No. 2, lleptasophs, or S»>\. VIII A Th urniinavy p 'J, ■n id « lmid this •ill for- . , per Hail in officers 1 Ing inated. u lull attend: i'he oi ill ta ko piui'e • ill a « Tu I «I. to Ca I ! sen I ù ' v "uu. m ju July 18. oiking hard to id I tl by « r Tii t y W ! I y do ? .ph* .1» seem to j ,. be ipati In.li i. 1 . i f ino Food. \ allow ; VO will boll III. Ill j ?! "ing ù j I - ■mg tiilol Vi tali; N. B. Dunfortli. wholesgi d Market s «1 ! ■ ■ ■••tail gents, 2 d Wilmington, Del. the "!*«n. U i Tenth sti'oef. ist of Mi t. is being 2ytli. I d u.h tei th : 1 not in y to iia or hi«* urh k, I) «>ii d with the other streets uf tho city. a great «! . July I it with granite ■ the Li I I valid lie«. tour. , j There will be . ! COTISA Eighth uosday after public sale of gi Wed tlie urth.-i l Mo «lays in 4 , , ; teu«? and largo Lima, tor sale only pu«*o ** p re- 'J5 V ent8 P® r packngo at J. J. of bumh's, rourth and Shipley streets. *n nt 2 o'clock. I Burpee's bush lima benna, tlio iy the a. 1 pioud Taken Down. 'J lie stand that was erected on Tenth King ami Market taken down yesterday. It 1 its purpose and given tlie n «•andldute for President d vice President a big boom. Stowell's Evergreen, early an«l late mammoth sugar corn at J. J. Smith's, thuud Shipley streets, M. F. Davis, jeweler. No. 9 £. 2d St B? it. bet we ht tvets ! hud .-er lt-pul I at and i\ was J Clive u Uoxbia« Phllosopitenf None of your snarling 1 cynics for na IJn > »£■» „""„(Xu»*'®! mÜS *$!£ «re usually rour uf visage, pale, «light, , ary, «reite gravide«« Individuals in fact, who Took aa If they had been at logger tES proceeds from «ho Individuaf $tth a good digestion fa never hoard from them. The JJ" U into gr"?v«L ,1 înnoy 1!Km pimw ut on the contrary, a who faces trouble with a smile, rapines not at email mlshaua and in whom the aMow^nd wé Aft rt?7vaif!TmMi a %th2 JSSd , d!Säi!Sm uS HoSettertStornwh ftttters to aecure thta blearing, and banish the nervousness and querulous dlapoat ' b ' ah * U '" d ' -——— 1 * 1 ' .'IL,»,.,,, ner - So. iS> Hast Third Lest. Large limn, Drool's Improved lima. S 2 »rv , «BWÄ , !a Shiploy streets. - I , n . _ „ . That Dr. Blrarae vegetable liver pills the groat liver, headache am kid ney , cu re are guarantee«! to be what they aro re proven ted to bo. ascents a box, SnigwAhon^OTT îg^t.'Xne j othergonulne. office 42S SErket strati * | prl ' » tu __ i Dr. Blinme- v^'b.e liver mils a fo *ïw-otkki.1noy^nnd°etSÏMeh^ dieeaMS? to remove tired feelings und purifying * 4lM Die blood. 28 cents a box. Family boxes $1. SoldIby drugpiBts who nra our agents. Office 422 Markot stroot. Private door. | - - T # ' Han! On Taliois." , H V™. e fnvo.lte^rese or eu 11 cnn!?o,uadc«l'nghtT^Tl fÂ Je now by the use of Fragrant Trl-Phosa. It costs but 15 cents per bottle. One.®* sssssasa» -* « —sisasssss— __ __vieeable pht..ai>klp.i,a, Tucedsy, June a., .sw. THfilKohinoih»_i el t> 1 .. , ! PopulflT excitement over. * 1 Amlorsons does not mcnn the disestablishment , ,,. , Vv-V of hcotcll CxlUghamS. Quite cd a'® T . hc L 4 ™" 9 of i Annie Laniic at Lucknow for • ^,^1/ less welcome t0 tlie bCB,0 ^ d u tha " thC I W giren soilpr, "IS ceilt8 ft: , , r , vni'd ' iq now IVianv n. a-n- r ■ 1 . » J' \ 1 lllftll Will l)C lntrOilllCOd to the Andersons (it eighteen : <cn ! tts)w, i? wi " bo *?! ®°2* ,UU0 tllC ftfc | 101 ty. State craft is conjuring with the oltl Crv "Manifest , ' „ rn , , V ilt'stiny. Lite AndCrSOH Ginghams arc achieving it = rftDldl V Tllf-ir lllftll if081 l apilliy. 111011 nirtllllCSt (ICRtlllV—J)rOS8C8. I And it WftS indeed a tail ms tîuifc flllhbotl ; f ns «»UÇimieUS tliat ünDUetl i 41,0 I,ISh Jj " Wn - lftnkee > ! 110 t Irish; Cotton, not LiQ 6 T). ( l a nnoamiicn not fflrt llisti- 1 , ^»I'pcailllK C, llOL laCU, JUSll . fina fl»Q name. TllG D1TCC | , 7 , . or ' 1'2^C 1'ftllKS it OI tllO Dftr •" Q for . . __ tic i Tll,B 18 b * U ® Monday— . ! Ilftvy blllG MoilCUW —ili the bor | LrcSS Cottons. We Saw | j tllC gathering of tllO cloud : that Would demand navy , , . •' f- blue. Tho fliir-chftrgca i : i. y „ ,• I tDOllmit IlftS Culminated— x 1 i , X l , i i burst ' ^ J °» " ere are tllC I atuffs, polka dotted mid lmir ! lined striped. Branden burga an( j SitteciiH, ' 2 Dc, and j Canton doth. 12Jc. have . . i ' »y. , v ; it jollied the llftVV. iSimblC I fingers will clew' them to the ai yard arms. --, How to buy quick is the I Cotton Dress Stuffs question i,,i to-day. Our people will give in I you prompt attention all ".«..dl-lirjalong tho line. They can ti!,. ' do it. '1 lie best Cotton Dress Goods Stock of the land is behind them. i r „. , ,, , ! Ihousftllds on thousands , I tiö and 7 ôe have been low ' For ing The we our of ants in far constipation, ad la grippe Itrevttlefi. American Laundry, OOi West Front St Cupping and ieeohing, ltvi J£. Second St res coldf*. cutarrli.cta Geo. ft. Mete* Notice—Caution, To at at Japanese Wash Silks, " t Silks that every woman is ! ,. J wanting. }' arc ' 0 them sold this No. senson. has water marks for them even I ic* re. But tho unexpected hau happened again. SU00 yards of just the coolest, silkiest and most no,,, lasting Japanese Wash Silks tu of the season. a n At 50 cents a yard. Just the colors that all are for—browns, blues, urniinavy blue, pinks—arc plenty p 'J, now. ■n asking Tlie old prices are likely I I to rule when this lot goes. ! It isn't tho market that sen I has stumped—a dealer drop "uu. ped his load. to id I Tri IHOpt. ; Ill j John Wanamakek, «1 ! Merchant Tailoring. Having just laid in, at No U 170S Marlict Street, a large stock of elegant Spring and Summer goods, in all tlie l latest styles and shades, will make the same up at reason i aide prices. city. »4-ggjL f only J. Geo. H. Ash. iy A. D. ARMSTRONG TAILOR, NO. 72« JU A OISON STRKKT. It tlie late St A flue li ol order; scouring, dyeing anti in the best style. Suits 1 opairing done ■ LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS Arc the Best. Cot Them of CHAS. M, GRUBB, IOI4 MARKET ST. ru2l-müinl-lw \ Russet button shoes for ladies, fj 00 S ™ Vi" SfiftK P ° r l "" r UlUu00 Misses' russet goat button, »1.60; * 4lM ani * chocolate colors; t2.00 values. IHsee»' red goat button, $1.50; worth tJ.00. Misses' Russia and tan goat hool and spring hoel Oxfords, *1.00. Excellent values. Misses' red goat Oxfords, • 1.00. 11 child-, .-„«ot, e„U red goat buttou; R™n •'""'J, lu '/.; •!.*». »1.00 eleewhere. | Child e russet and red goat button, 550 ® to 8's; worth *1.95. Our price article, #1.25; worth $1.75. A? el ^ w ?:.! ! blmdiera^Ss m i^feŸJrSî J aoW "ÄM" bcll#l ' " Ue, ° suW _ | , If vou are looking (or color- ! cd footwear, no matter of «hat I kind you want, come right hete for .them. Our stock is full F now. but t! hu . heavy «I«". °n it R I W teU m a fCW<Ja>3 - ! ft: - , r 1 : = > ! ( 1 . laborer, mechanic, merchant or man or means and loisuro. lind therellablo iiouse of Frank J. Murphy a repository for tlie useful, the claborato, th« nrtie tic in furnituro und fun bdiings. dur . n, "" t ,to """ 1 b »'** bor among our customers men of | ZtfX-Zl" XS SSS? : -li^'^t^VTniw^rjÄ 08 worth as wail •' THFY RIIY FRHM 11^ - WHY? Inci üül rnurn uo finir _ IiOlMIUM OUT ImmcnsO bllBillOBS Oil* able* is to make or buy goodi* cheaper , «/... t,,.,,. n.,. c... u. Wa g 0 Ea m 8 rS ÜUV From Us Because w-o soli thorn goods on crcd ; it at a price as low or lower than they ,, would ordinarily pay if they bought 1 ai " w " oro ,w aisU ' I The Proof Is In Tie Test. a trado as enormous as ours could growth «»f our butdii*« is tim public C all !luy S «Vare "!i« U nuin«a >, lKsTuMQST ratiafa-tio,. m the ; '(''»Riy "» »»r komi» has been the un is '«-«ètiômer wî "on ourTioôka'wc rapeo't. i i" ÄS? tory. To accomplish tills Is our.ulm. j Before Taking Stock Sale- | •ding to our customs wo innug reduction sale LI.is month be , ! foro taking stock in July. A libérai , «llscount from regular prices will be I Iliads on all Furniture, Mattings. Hus ami Uosolino Stoves. Kclrigeratora, i-« Carpets and Baby Carnages. 1 low ' U t rau-swin pot aOoctourauy pay-i ^ tuts, hut ait goods win ho »old on , the«« terms: !.. 1 I , " 0,1,1 ncomont Mattings nave hcon un precedentt'dly largo, whether by the • l»y the y«r«i, wo ve sold them at tbout wholesulo cost. Tho eulo will \ hand is i F WarmWeatherShoes For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. pOR Cool, comfortable, easy-wear ing shoes are a necesity now. The superiority ol the shoes we sell is unquestioned even by our competitors, merits are clearly apparent in every pair. This is the secret of our big trade in summer foot wear. The latest, newest claim ants for popular favor are here in the most attractive array. Russets are predominant The sales on these goods have gone far ahead of our expectations. We're full up on these now. K I »portant I 1 » loan ^ PubJ I ; P CAB A. H. SOUS', J 1 TLE RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE, 200 MARKET STREET. 1 "" IT IS EASY : 1 i To Fui nUli Y. Helpful Sv.st ir Home TIiiourIi Oar of 91 Do tv ii Week. iltKDJT. WO tho dealer. is Ac at? ql C'HNli ami S 1 a k ou #20 Worth, hau the —AND— a XVeek on »I hi CunIi and r.« Immanse Matting Otter, Since our lout ïck's an les •oil are ! oontiir ntil tlie balance dispose«! of. Huu ltefrigorators.O vings ml e. Baby ('arrlages. hugs, « iirpcift d Furniture.if bought •ltJiln the next twi'nty days. I that Frank J- Murphy's Raiidhh Instalment House, 117 Harkst and 115 Shipley Struts, Between Front anti Second. Stop at the Wayside Lunch Paiaco For Light Lunches. 'also for and tlie l c - R - HOLT ' No - 3EastFourth l s' will PURE ICE CREAM OF OUR OWN MAKE. . FBAME fiUlLÜINGS )F ALL I piNPB J MOVED. Applloi f GEO. R. SNEATH, ! Rstlmatea FumisLcd ion* Fourteenthland Scott Streets. Jeß-amood Wilruiugl REMÇVAL. Dr. Quinby has moved to No. anti 818 Wm1 S>ieet ' WM. C. GUTHIUE, CONTRACTOB AND BUILDER, r 11th Ht. llrl.l s o 1208 Heaid St., EstimatesuheeiTuUy furnished. Uuarana Work OK CII1U8TIANA HUNDRFP. Subject to the noin Ina« ion of tho llcp R™n b.r.y. _ »* | JT«« '""MX « 0 ?.% t k Vcasti,K COURT!, TOQPPM K MARTIN A? BBÙONU IHSTKICT, J OHN ^ GALLAGHER, «""CX" 0 ' --7-you F°" COUSTY v™*"™** °* | Msw ( asti.e coisTY GEORGE IJ. WATSON, I ! of ill! ANItrwiNi: hukdukd. I ,,"K U * 1a * cl * lu, ' of tl10 *3?* ' „oV ÔÆxty coMHtnsiosEti oîhnst F 'j^'c'isri.s^ci'uirf'v. ism. R LEW1S ARMSTRONG, ! Snbjoct to the Womina.ien of the Hc-pub lioar. Furtv. , Dining room furnituro, Desks, Book Cases from $11 China Closets, ,, .i • ^^ , 1 Lll.lioniers ftt COSti I Fancy Tables, Bureaus, Chairs of all descriptions, Lounges, C ouche«, MnttlUSSeS, the ; from W n l te un- Bcddiu Q««*tS, Cribs and Cradles, j Children S Cliail'S, | oiTCloth ri,_ be- k?W)VCS ; Ko nt rprt be Amiifcbö, PiCtUl'CS and Mirrors, i-« , » • * 1 *8.801«, C-ftUllietS, pay-i ^ l 0 ^ 1 *• rces hoin $2-d5 up. on , Hall Hacks and Staillls. !.. . , . ... „ - ' 1 lush Rockers, ij- 7 a up. | I Baby Carriages from $4 up. , .. ..,1 , I MllSlC buUluS ftlld Music, Cabinets Book Shelves, Brackets, Comodcs, Blacking Boxes, un- Umbrella Stands,Foot Bests, the Cl , -, ^ . . ' r , . ' at bllfttlOS, Curtftlll l OlCS, will \ is i F°C'0 ELLIS HI ONBBof CHRI8 1CKS. Rubjoct to tho nomination of the It* fd-tf publican party. F or road com missionuk CHRISTIANA HUNDRED. GEORGE W. THOMPSON. Subject to the Republioau nomination. iny-Wf OK pOR COUNTY COMMISSION** fourth District, ' ROBERT SUTTON, BnhJect to Democratic Rule«* OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER K OF FOUIITII DISTKIOT, NEW CASTLE eoON'ry. JAMES MANCE. Subject totiepubllaan Rule«. m29tf I jXOIl 11 El E! VEll |)F TAXUS AND 1 COUNTY TÜK.AHlIBEIt. PHILIP R. CLARK. Subject to tbô decision Of the Remit» » loan Cany. _-_ ri-tf jJtOK COUNTY COMPTROLLER ^ HENRY C. CONRAD, Of Christiana II PubJ «ci to tlie ltopubilcan I noli liktBÏVKH Ö? T'Ä jTr^ - A.ffff ; P COL NT Y T It EA SUKER OK NEW CAB ' LL COUNTY. franklin g stidham. Subjoct to tlie doclsion of tho Ilepubllf'an _Party._mR-ot* JpORCOUNTY COMMISSIONER, FIRST DISTRICT. WILLIAM GREEN, dred. Nomination I : 1 RICH. G. BUCKINGHAM ; Hiinivt-t to tho Decision ot tho "''p.'hu -1 Tj'Oft COUNTY COMMISSIONER OP J 1 THE I'iKsT DISTRICT, NEW CAB-' TLE COUNTY. 18W, 1 üFtf Tj'oit county' commissioner of A a d n LDWARL) WUUÜWARD, SOUTH CHRISTIANA HUNDRED. tiio RepuMl nn8-vfl f v. Hubjoct to tho deciftioii "" »»any. you COUNTY COMPTROLLER JOHN w. JOLLS, : 1 Subject to tho I party. tho Hopubll _my 7-if jpOlt COUNTY COMMISSIONER POR i FOURTH DISTRICT. JOHN E. TAYLOR. Subject tho nnmtnutic.. publican Pariv. ho Re jo7-lm Buy your Furniture at BUEHLER'S, 513 SHIPLEY STREET. We have a largo, well selected stock of l'arlor Suits from $25 up. Chamber Suits from $17. DU up. up b> Yon will find in our store ! many bargains. 5Î3 SHIPLEY ST. Next to llod Men's IlalL n Have y fering in viiat we SUMMER UNDERWEAR AND OUTING SHIRTS? S } Æ J bnlbrigans: steels, Tho l>ost made pepperell drawer in th«? city for öde, dou ble seat, folio«! soams stayod everywhere, riveted buttons. A balbrigun shirt for .J-îü, til co<? A saloon shirt for r»0c, sold last 8oi A beautiful lino of madras shirts for 31 season at 31 Blnok shirts, with 'white stripe, guaranteed fast color 50c. odes ana ere s' fur 75c ar.d èl. sold last . i heviots, light or dark, felled ÔÜC. Silk stripe madras shirts,and muny uliiers. ! WYATT & CO.. 003 Market Street. •êTOur laundry is turning out some very line work. You should try it Collars mSO No. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SUMMER LAWLEUTURESlnl ly) begin 7tb July. 18W, and end 7tb Hep tomber. Hsve proved or signal use,—1st, to students who design to pursne their itudlos at this or other Law 8chco> ; 2nd, to those who propose to read privately: and 3d, \o prsoiitfouerj who have nöt baa the advantage or systematic Instruction. For clrusUrs apply (P. O. University Va., CiMiriotteatrilio, Va.) to Juu» ft. Mi aou, P.of. Com. & Stau Law. ml7-lm-cçd week o of __ =£== = ';r, bc w c , ol " g OUt flt ft. lively lfttC 8.UU Wily SllOtllun t til Gy* Wg llft\G the «aBortment atiptiCM below the usual. A goodfliTst clffl8 carnage at the modest price ot $10 is something I get here it not elsewhere. From tlllS price WO mOUUt ft tho list to a carriage as fine as the makers make them. At ! the besiunins of the season there was a misunderatandintr I Mio uegiimmg oi me season Imre was a misuncicisiaiuiing as to OUr rights AS tho exclusive selling ftgeilt 8 01 this City ' lOT the HeywOOd BrOS. & Co's. Carriages, at that time oîhnst seventeen carriages strayed among the other stores. Now our rights arc established and to-ilny you find these carriages, the peer of them all, here only, and at prices lower than CVCr. | oniccand Iirews», Depot and Saloon. N.w.cor. Fifth nnd Adams, m. Ko« m and ua King st Telephone 18a. Telephone2.44. Shipping a SpeoUUty. \bsoluto purity guarante^L Oar Deer aad Poebtt ueMpecialiv recommended for medlolual ' I mm Lq 30 32 34 36 It I \ If you haven't placed your Awning order yet it is time you did so now. Awnings put up complete for $2 50. A postal note brings us to your house with samples and ; cstimatea So with Linen Slip Covers. -1 About these Cedar Chests, there is no better on Hiftrket. You licit! Letter see tlioin before tbo mollis destroy for you more than the cost of a. Chest. MEG ARY, Furnishers SIXTH AND TATNALL. and Decorators ADAMS&BRD 504 MARKET ST. FireWorks, Flags and Lanterns j WHOLESALE R^O RETAIL. JOSEPH STDECKLE'S DIAMOND STATE LAGER BEER - -AND— PORTER BREWERY WILMINGTON. DLL. SPRING TIME, DC N'T FORGET THAT JAMES M. BRYAN, The Painter and Grainer. has a corps of good workman, ready at all tim03 to beuutif y your houses. In addition to tho painting business his store is well n stocked with the best brands of S } in fact everything i® there tlmt Is fourni in any first-class paint store. Th | Æ ortirt can bo Huppliod as well as tho painter. Glazing .promptly attended to J telephone, 4tw. JAMES M. BRYAN, 207 WEST EIGHTH STREET. THE LATEST DESIGNS —in PAPER HANGINGS —AT— The Old Reliable House, 422 MARKET STREET Your patronage solicited, A. B. JONES. A few very pretty papers of 91 [patterns closing out at your own prices. _ LIME. COAL JOHN M. SOLOMON. Yard Front and Church Streets. PhASTouNo Haia, Fiat Bkicks and Fire Clay. Office 3 west Third Street. Cements, Ca l Piasœb, Telephones, 116 and SAND, BRICKS of / —— I f ww , Wl ft Wi Hr, lOMtB 4 MllSOtt «IS ! BUY YOUR Screen Doors FROM US. 4th and Madison Sts. IS THE PLACE Wire screen doors, ready made and complete in the following sizes : 30 Inches wide, 78 inches high. «» ii. * 32 « n n 82 34 u ti It II 36 u a Made in imitation walnut and all complete for $1.25. Window Screens in all sizes, 18 to 24 inches high, 18 to 3fi inches wide. 25c to 50o each, according to size and quality. Measure your doors and windows, we can fit you. m t mm, Telephone No. 700. Jc0-tf 25 CENT Window Shades ON SPRING FIXTURES. 5 CENT WALL PAPERS, Fine Papers and Shades Constantly in Stock mi WORK k SPESIALTY. R08IN & BRO:. 218-220 W. 2d St Telephone 469. m34-tu-w-s DURING THE Balance of This Week WILL CLOSE OUT The Entire Stock of CMtâren's SnnHats (HIGH CROWNS) AT 50 CENTS EACH. Forasr Fries $ 1 .S 3 , $ 1.75 a&d $ 2 . THIS IS k GREAT SAM S. H. STAATS, No. 405 Market Street, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, LAWN MOWERS, i Pennsylvania, Continental, Quukev City, It ii>id Transit, llivoi and Stern, ut greatly reduced prices. Mrs. Botta Irons, polished 75 cents a set. Nickel *1.00 pel* set. DUNCAN BROS., 214 lfARKKT ST. all-tf | A New Hair Curler ! NO Heat Required. Easily Applied and Cleanly. FRBZZINE I» the name ol' it. Bol«! Wholesale aud Retail by Z. JAMES BELT, PHARMACIST, Sixth and Market Streets. G. fl. JEflKlHS, _ _ No. 4 COLD E. THIRD AND arp SILVER WIL.ÔEL. BUYS OLD J. B. MARTIN, Furnishing Undertaker and Em balmer, NO. 607 SHIPLEY 8TREET. ' NightoaU» atteadsi proaisblf