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DAILY REPUBLICAN.
Entered at the poito fioe at Wu mugtoo, 1>M.
aaaeoon 1 olas* mall • natter.
P0BL18HKD DAILY, (Exuju? Kundat,
THE REPUBLICAN BUILDING,
f.E. COR. THIRD AND KINO STREETS.
TUB IlEFBBLIOAN miNl'ISU AND
PUBLISHING GO.
ftATUUlIAl.
CKMBU1C 12, tSIHi.
V ft.,mottling Uiuitoil.
Never was a force bill needed worse in
Force Bill
Delaware than at tho present time in its
history. The Introduction by Representa
tive Gibson, a Republican member of
Congress from Tenuesseo, of a bill In tho
House of Representatives
prevent and
punish frauds In the elections of Cougress
is timely. It provides punishment for
all acts by registrars that tend to defoat fair
registration or deprive a voter of tho bene
fits of registration. This would bring the
rascully Democratic Inspectors of elections
In Delaware to their senses and probably
punish them for their mlsdeods. There I s
little, If any,
their punishment before
thoy
hoped that tho new constitution will give
the peoplo a chance to elect the judges who
sit In judgment over them.
The Every Evouiug with its usual cant
and hypocrlscy gets off tho following in Its
Friday's issue:
''It is desirable that all elootions In this
country shall bo free from fraud and
ruption, but force bills enacted by Con
gress will not secure this end. The State
gislaturo can legislate effectively if they
11, and that all should do so will not he
Delaware, In particular,
inaugurate a sweeping electoral
of making a light for
courts as
now constituted. It la to bo
l.r
lt I
questioned,
should
reform, uud tho General Assembly that
convenes iu Dover next month will ho ex
pected to attend to tho necessary details,
faithfully aud well."
It says the State Legislature can legis
late effectively if it will. That is tho
vital question. Huve tho Democrats of
Delaware ever done anything to punish
thoir jail birds and heolors, who have hold
the elections from time immemorial in
State': It has been charged that voters
lower counties.
bribed in tho ti
Why not take steps to have these
arrested and punished? Tho Democrats
havo all the machinery in their hands for
punishing the stutters aud conntc-rs-out at
the ballot box, uud the men who purchase
votes as well.
Thomas Holcomb writ
tliufc he is iu favor of the framers of the
tho press
constitution doing away with that
relic of barbarism, "tho pillory and whip
"Will
Iie very aptly say»:
plug post,
not the Constitutional Convention.
assembled, abolish at once aud for all time
those ei
I, disgraceful and demoralizing
relics of a former uud loss enlightened ago,
the whipping post and pillory?"
think that the time litis come for Delaware
Wo
to bo among the enlightened Suites of
tho Union. Wo have always been in favor
of tho whipping post, but must say that
't see what good it has accomplished
in tho way of preventing petty thiev
ing i
Wo would like
the experiment tried of doing away
h this ancient relic of witchcraft and
duck stools.
A representative of this paper called
of the
3t
tho proposed ordinance that eit
eil has been wrestling with for the
past two months, ami he said that he was
in favor of tho passage of tho ordinance.
There Is only
•city which need fear tho result
passing of this proposed ordinance. Eve
tho proprietor of .this place can
by playing good attractions and
place of amiisemc
the
mko it
filth,
has held down the boards for the past
year. Ji
lt. Bavlls
lager of the
Opera House, and W. L. Doekstuder, of
the Muses, hr
ordinance. Who then does this
• of the proposed
interest li
adj.i.
- ed
ich discus
.'here the Convention l-s to m.-et
itmn h is at last
u -xt.
the ro
t>. giv
b
settled.
G or t wo of tho iiiei
•aid that
iidike a
Convention
Tho furnit
ii, b<
purchased
This
deal oi
be. It's a piiy that the
'■
of Delaware ci
twenty y--i
Convei
in tho to-,
•3 ft
n-Bup
Cl r v
del •
ible dill. Ull
i-it > »ry
ordcr.
It
'.hi- the old one and
iu the hands of tho Dot
keep it for re. >■
s ice it has hue
uything like the
its Republican
ot dun-
ed Ull
has hue
it. One exti
employed, and nothing like the amount of
:med since the now
garbage has been c
B >ard of Health has directed i
from May last. 1),
it. but
t hike .
urd for
Invostlgnti
ft
lake a
yourselves.
The H-v. I. M Haluoman, who is new
locatollnNcw York City, was formerly
Baptist
ot hoard from
tho Avenm
• uf i he Delaware Aw
p.e
Church, this city, i
often as when ho preached
New York Is a big city
iiul t hero
Churc-h
are lots of big preacho
without the aid of t!io papers lie
would never have 1
But all tho
heard
f. This
paper, win
to print Ills sermons, which w
with a great dunl of interest by our o
•city, used
read
s. H i oi-pntcd quite a furore
vhile
located 1.
never was before
since.
Yv K would he ol'llgod if tho re.nic
the KfcH'i i
ould send us,
t.
t!irough No 2-Xi i
y tiii i
rh
: startling that takes place in their vlcin
The pc ; le are tho makers of every
that goofc, and tliis paper has beeu
getting there with both font lately Our
) tho public at all
idea of tLo largo
thii
8 to giVC
t.u
uted and distributed
ml-cr of pup'-: • "
Fig 1
dally
clary of the
Mil V. 15 Ei..
Stale Board
: tuo Highlands.
Heal 1 1
to the
general hcnlt h g-- ->i
W ; U ' *i
ting article In
pei cf Mr.
With Jn
Keourdi'i ot l)ou(l.s , l Now Cm
l'i tc
i
J F rd Will l-.ivc r- M. ti ll -'
It
l'i in reported that, Fenwick'.* Ish
the Dcinwi
C Slieebt
ns of the chief
sh otlng is said t,j Lo
traotioi
heiui and
Cntnrii
tn-tUL -1
?l.
. ., .• .. ..
uu i Mur, tot big
The Republicah would call the atten
tion of Its thousands of roaders to the an
nouncements made In Its columns of the
llvo merchants In onr city. There Is
of going to Philadelphia to purchase
your holiday presents when our merchants
selling everything at panic prices. We
i recommend any of the merchants ad
vertising In our ooluinns as reputable
firms who should be patronized by the
Wilmington people. The holiday display
Is already being made by our storekeepers,
and the tasty manner of dressing the store
windows is worth taking a look at. The
prices asked by our merchants aro lower
thau the same goods can be purchased for
in Philadelphia. Patronize the Wil
mington stores.
FllttU TO KV4SKY ill AN.
The Moiliod of aUreui Treatment for VTeaU
of Men. Cured Him Alter
Bvervttolitu Ms© I'hIIhI.
Painful discuses are bad enough, but
whou a man Is slowly wasting away with
nervous weakness, the mental forebodings
times worse than tbo most severe
pain. There is no let up to the mental
suffering day or night. Sleep Is almost
impossible and under such a strain meu
arcely responsible for what they do.
For ye m the writer rolled and tossed
the troubled sea of sexual weakuess until
question whether ho hud nut bet
ter take a dose of poison and thus end all
his troubles. Hut providential inspiration
came to his aid in the sliapu of
binatiou of medicines that* not only com
plotely restored the general health, but
enlarged his weak, emaciated parts to
natural size and vigor, and he now declares
that any man who will take the trouble to
6( 0(1 l:is name uud address may have the
method of this wonderful treatment free.
Now when I say free I moan absolutely
without cost, beeuuse t want every weak
ened man to get the benefit of my expori
it
do I pose
as an enthusiast, but them aro thousands of
suffering tho mental tortures of
weakened manhood who would bo cured
•o could they but get such a remedy
that cured me. Do not try
afford to pay tho few
no tage slumps nocessury to mail the
information, but send for it, and learn
that there are a few things on earth that
although they c ost nothing to get they j
worth a fortuuo to most
lifotimo of happiness to
Thomas Slater, Hoi
Mich., the Information will be nmilod
plain scaled envelope.
1
not a philanthropist,
at
i li
study how I
and mean a
osr. of us. Write
227 Kalanutzio,
o2s-lyr-w-s
1'UYSICIAN* FIND.
All People Not Al bo
A letter-carrier said his wife liked coffee
well aud seemed to really need it
breakfast, It was too bud fur tho doctor to
order her to discontinue it. lie told her
that her laid complexion, dyspep.fia,
ousness and occasional palpitation of the
heart all come from one cuuso and that
was coffee drinking. Thu good man wont
further to say; My child It you were
strong as your husband and had tho
miles of outdoor walking to do that he
lias daily you could drink one cup of coffee
nr pernaps two, at hreakfust and dinner
Without any very bail effects, but tho
poisonous alkaloids exist in coffee
arc found In tobacco, whiskey, stryeh
»lilue. There is not so great
iu tho
...j , ... -
l,, r>,! ,*I j ' , 1 £!■' l uVJ r h,
Vi , ' 4 , . H, h!.i? 1 , 1
i
(lie 1 ,(„H*,„, t.wL ,io,.w((Uo.l I,*1.11 coJTco
(lrinkcrs. So ,.oi S .mons (.iUlokls ura
I s Id natiicc-s food fiirn sliBil 1,» tlm
■ .t„r , , i,i K l i
" ' Pi - ,! ' R .1le hmlU, and
rod blood will follow the discontinunnco
(tcera lumUU it and oxpcrieuoe toiclios
,l It gees about three times us fur us
nine aud
a proportion
other drugs, but a sufficient amount exists
to seriously Injure anyone win e ennstitu
1 ittic below par. All of these
;cd for a time by perfectly
healthy people imt if their use is persist*
gh. the human body finally
tho steady
... . - )plo who do
this fact die because of their
aturnl habits. If you could use a hot
tho morning made from tho
rs
them in coffee
cd in long o
gives uvUionc
pels
, the effect
Urn
drink i
nourishing grains that nature i
cd for i lie use of
A
found here,
s far
sale by J. P. Allmoml. 8th and
"ket streets, and John Palm
j
.M
I!
:>-87t
Holiday
T.i p
,f
s annuel custom the
npuny has ar
.uigetl fur
o Chrlsti
u Old Point Comfort, Richmond
and Washington, and the other
- Holiduv T
Wash
leave Nc
York uud
Philadelphia, ' li e
mber 2d and 2'.i ro
The same high standard of
■hicli has
•t i v
popular in past years will bo maintained
■l-rs will
ly appointed trains,
ut and chnp
ccommoiln
Tlie s
.m iimpanii-d by tourist n;
•ill he ac-ordi
the loading
it both Wasiiingtun utul Old Point
els.
will he
K-'iiml trip rate fr«
Old I»«»l
Hi •

v York for tho
imlnn.t Washington, $35 03;
l'lii!
d pirn. licUmiing direct,
Fhila
•M* o-l fro:
N-W York; ill u fr»
Male for the Wasliing
from N.-w York; $11.3 > fr
phia. Proportionate r;
; $l-l.«
Piiiladel
s fro
nt 1. or
:
ic-kets, itinerarif- 5 , and
i-i'iy i" K 'i-'it
s- t Jeurge W . Boyd, a.
I'm
thcr i
,id-
-ral
-nl. Broad Si r.
i ■*
Holiday I i
Philadelphia Is
fer tho
■fiowned tho world over
the store
Chestnut, street.
•auiifiil displays i
clp.'tlly
imt. uf late
cl fact that Wilmlngtouu
Philadelphia
a rewiKiilz
>eo windows
stc. The windows of
Market street in this
far behind those of their
tho elegnue
its holiday
•ssed with ri
) keeper
t he r
city are
di-plnys, and it is a
the eit'y has put
v that
ulu suuiliward fr
•nth. Oiiu
ilndows, ami one whieli
jeweler, Chas. M.
i' 1
of tie; prettiej
acts the atten-i.
v. is
that of Us
Banks. No 015 Market strict.
A l a kground of dollcato hand painted
porcelain clocks, throw
prominence
•las of jewelry and silver
idle fur Christinas presents, and
I ie t • tho pocket of the humble toiler
•oil as that uf his
brother. Dainty gold watches, sparkling
rs, glittering paper cutters, silver
l' u kcd toilet articles vie with each other |
In lieauty, and best of all, tho i.ricos are |
ex'-cedingly moderate. Intending pur
cl)a«ers would do well to vUit. Mr. Banks
ing to Philadelphia, with the
aki-n idea that they can gut either
j
j
-C!
I
• cm- 1 per g
U'LSl CUBSTEK. Dcccinl
The public mind has about settled d-o.i n
lioso
n.
•iusion tin
body was yestorday fin
uf \V. H I'diiiMT. m i,
hor
El:.
Bailcv
.
till' loo poll'
r tills place.
die in a hys!
llli'l!
Dr.
W
■ f mi el.
di-u
,
<
>1. nc or h r b
ot
0 of (loath in th
m autiiiic.
A.
1 , 1 . ill lav
lit i-lo
t*> t!i
an- 1 thi* 1 will I. - U
•tiii
iicui at
<«!
Wilt.iiiur
■ill lv 1.1
.a m 1-: 1
II bid]
Id
; F
ug ?.;>j p
1.1 ; pit cc.
viral m r
ding of I'tii
Yoiir!. 1
lothi
! 1C hold lilt*
Far ri
1th all 1111 r.
tl
bars ., f liu- I.
d Mur ket pm
p at .V.h a
at
3rd Hour.
Ado 1P> Cusilo No. 3 Knights of Gulden
Wesley M. E.
£;,k1c
Cfrturaii Sunday iu.3uu.iu.
•ill ;
GEN BAYS
Dr. Morgan Had So Examined
Mrs. Ewing's Ankle.
Counsel For the Defense Wanted
This Proved by the Negative
Which the Court Order
ed Produced.
Dr. Henry Pnttorson
ness called by tho plaintiff In tho
Ewing vs. Mayor and Council In Superior
Court yesterday afternoon and proved a
——*•. -'-the plaintiff'saction.
called to attend Mrs.
the first wit
of
valuable witness in the
Tho nhysioiun
Ewing on January 17 18i>5, throe months
after the accident. Ho found that tho
uuklo was sprained, badly swollen and dis
colored.
Hu ordered hor to bathe the anklo freely
in hot water. He had sinco examined tho
ankle and found It still swoolen and
s last Tuesday,
still swollen and iu
The last time ho saw It
and then It
flamed. In the doctor's opinion tho in
jury was a severe one and it Is likely to
cause trouble for Mrs. Ewing for years to
come.
Mr. Knowles' cross examination was
not detrimental to the plaltiff's case. Tho
doctor saul in his cross-examination that
he had advised the woman to use only hot,
water bandages anti liniment.
This had been used by Mrs. Ewing
without- much Improvement, therefore
counsel on the other hand was led to ask
whethor medical attendance
real
necessary to which quest ion tho witness
replied In the affirmative. Tho injury
might have boon caused by stopping into
such a place ns Mrs. Ewiug claimed.
Dr. P. W. Tomlinson was culled to at
tend Mro. Ewing on April 17, 1890
which date ho found tho ankle swolun,
inflamed and bearing other evidences of
having been sprained.
Ho ufivised continuance of tho guiuo
treatment as ordered by Dr. Patterson.
I!e told Mr. Knowles that tho Injury
the time he saw' if, was a serious one hut
it might not have been had a physician
been called in tho uiglit the accident
curred. Counsel usked if a prudent por
would not have called in a physician
immediately which tho doctor said ho
would answer iu two ways.
He heard Mrs. Ewing state hor personal
reasons for not having u physician which
ho thought was a good one, but aside
from it ho would have advised tho Im
mediate summoning of a physician. Tho
court would
answer whethc
In before the suit was brought. Thun he
left the stand.
allow tho witness
• not ho had been culled
ROENTGEN HAYS WERE USED.
Dr. James II. Morgan appeared
X ray specialist and helped the
the plaintiff
witnesses.
the doctor had examined the anklo under
the X rays. Befoio doing
had found tho ankle swollen, the flesh I
hardened, yet tender to tho touch. Tho '
doctor started to tell what tho negative 1
dlsclooed, but Mr. Knowles objected, c
sidering that such testimony as approach
ing a degree of ex pert ucsi as to an X ray
examination.
Judge Cullen asked the lawyer if he did
in the science to which Mr.
Knowles replied that ho did to au extent.
believed the doctors story of what the cx
amiuatiou disclosed, admissible. Then t he
witnciw l,(*p>n his stoev ,g»l„ but Mr.
P reT « n ' cd •>•*" W "»«»» to* tbo
conrt „ oW at flr9t WM „ ot
m'cossiiry nnil Mr. Cilmmllor rnsumoil liis
o«,u„i„»tio„. tho ,loots,r replying to tho
'.l>""- fi l "" 'kat the negative clKcluscl
1^,1 N.fiTn'//o/lipfith'?f nm-tn Vlli f C !i h< } <1
"mla!mnSSnin' f t,r'th; 1 '%ry 1 'by f ' , "
explnn»ti,m The doctor replying that It
« ,l l 'Chief Justice Lon, held that tho
negative was as Important to tho case
of the spot of tho
l allowed Mr. Knowles to urge
of tho nega
40 Of
:e than any of tho previous
In .Tune of the present year
tho doctor I
' |
•as the architect's pit
accident
his right to tho producti
The dort
ntives anil William J. Hall was called
testify in the meuutitne
Mr. Hall at tin* time of the accident
Mr. (JlinnU- |
of ti -
the dale
tent after the precious
i
I
i
J
lived at No.
lor inquired of
gutter at the time<>r prior
tlm acridt
;stroe
h - <-< uni it i
i Mr. Knowles .
g tlint the plaintiff had not
iug forth
the
his
lllcd in his nan an nllegs
the condition of the gt
night uf the accident.
The
^r prlo
diich followed was a I
big one ami resulted in Mr. Knowles, I
winning his point. It was 4.20 o'clock |
- juror had hut ten minutes to
cateh a train, tho body was discharged
until M
•ulug whi
n'll which time the
tlmeas
•ill
I
court adjourned.
Const i pat ii
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'.inloi'ih,
M:>c
Every article
t
tore nt bargain
finer variety of s
;d Tclepli
receivMt, Most careful aud prompt
tendon.
Mail
The largest lot
the State,
A fit guar- !
, .HIi and Mar- i
s experio
s the lmves
nl -
Belts' Drug Store
!
Cur 20th Annual
.
w tf 9
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8
"
n.
Lamps,
China,
Dinner Sets,
ChamherSets
-
u
Humlreda of »t_v!es and tliu
lowest jirines every known.
r
Lawton
n
611 Market Street,
CASTOR IA
For Infantfi and .Children,
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4
Secretary of the Senate's Ri nging Words.
One of the Greatest and Grandest Testimonials Ever Written
Given to Dr. Greene's Nervora.
Hon. Frederick W. Baldwin, Sect'y of the Senate, State Attorney,
and Chairman of the Republican State Committee, Gives
Unqualified Endorsement and Recommendation to Dr.
Greene's Nervura.
, praise
of America
and recommend I)r. Green's Nervura.
Prominent people of highest standing,
Governors, Mayors, Senator^, Representa
tives. In fact, Statesmen In all parts of
country, together with .Judges, Clergymen,
Doctors, Newspaper Men, people whose
names are known and honored everywhere,
publish testimonials in strongest terms
concerning the great good which this
derful remedy, Dr. Greene's Nervura, has
done them, their families, and friends,
and recommending In
guage all who
have need of medicine, to by all means ut
this grandest of ull medical discoveries.
It is because Dr. Greene's Nervura curt
highly and
mended by everybody.
Hon. Frederick W. Baldwin of Barton,
Vt, adds another to tho long list of emin
ent statesmen who powerfully endorse the
marvelous curative powers of Dr. Greene's
Nervura, and give earnest advice
sick, the weak, nervous, dyspeptic,
down, debilitated and discouraged
The great
emphatic lan
? ailing iu any way and
that it is
strougly lworn
t be
try
Princeton, N. J., Deo. 11.—Evelyn col
lege for girls closed its doors yesterday,
aud the studontH returned to their hor os.
Several cases of diphtheria were reported in
tho neighborhood of tho Institution, and
it is rumored that
closed, although the inntre
this account the
school
denies the report. It is expected that the
public schools will cl
cautionary meusuro against tho spread of
tho disease.
i '('ay
I re
Now York's Social Season Opened.
New York, Doc. 11.—The assembly ball,
tho first function of tho social season,
took plneo last night in tho new hall room
of tho Hotel Waldorf. Tho small ball
Jelve the guests, and
t.ho receiving ladies were Mrs. Astor. Mrs.
H. A. C. Taylor, Mrs. Elhridge Gerry uud
Mrs. Vau Ronnssolaer Cruger.
was used to
Convict Jumps from a Train.
'8, O., Dec. 11.—William Ftan
COLU
Icy, convict, jumped and escaped from a
cloFOt yesterday whon the train was
running forty milesun hour near Kenton.
He testified at Bowling Green in tho
of Thomas C. Jones, alias Doc Lou, a
s being re
noted Chicago crook, and
turned to the penitentiary.
Demanding Abolition of Passes.
Springfield, Ills., Doc. It.—Tho Illi
nois St' 1 te Grange yesterday ndoptvd a res
olution demanding that the legislature
pass a law making it a criminal offense
for any railroad to give or offer public v.ffi
cials pusses; also making ifc.u criminal of
fense for public officials to accept
passes.
KEITHAED S<. CO.
If
E2I-623 Marks! si.
Weeks of Indian
summer have spoiled
tlie winter Clonk sea
son and instead of
waiting until January
to make our usual re
dilution sale we com
mence it to-day—re
gardless ot profits,
A line of handsome
Boudo Jackets at $5
reduced from $8.
A line of Bouclo
Frieze, Kersey fill
silk, and halt-silk
lined at $10, reduced,
from $12 aud $14.
A line of fine lion
cl e s, K e rsev, B eave l -s
Frieze at $12 reduced
from $15 and $1(5.
These prices are
as low as same quali
ties will be sold ii>:
January,
Our entire stock
does not comprise a
single garment of any
kind left over from
former seasons.
Fur Capes arc also
included in this re
duction sale.
This
chance for a present
as well ns own use.
Y
is a rare
i a ni
1
i' 5
J
G2I-S23 Market si.
( IlECKd in 0 iioints.
CD RIM IN 3 UA\B.
fint AtUrug 'ti i l ' >
IllL fstreet. WlliuJogton. Ihil
i FOR
40
9
liltt-Oiu
this great remedy, feeling
own experience of Its remarkable merits
that health and strength will iu all
follow
Hon. Mr. Baldwin. Secretary of the Sen
ate, State Attorney of Vormont and Cbair
of tho Republican State Committee, is
of the foremost men of this country.
To show the honor In which he Is held by
bis state, it Is only necessary to say that
at the last Presidential election he was
elected Presidential Elector for Vermont
and messenger to carry the vote of Ver
to Washington. Such Is the eminent
who tells you
from their
standing of the
Dr. Greene's Nervura If you wish to get
well. He suyB:
"I have long been acquainted with the
virtues and fame of Dr. Greene's Nervura
blo'id and nerve remedy, and know of peo
plo among my friends who have beeu holp
j, and from tho general ver
ed by Us
diet from nil sources that have
!(>
my attention I cannot do otherwise than
of this letter for
lend It. Muke
the good of others.'
'01QM&M
®)
Simply Wonderful |
Arw tbo CURRtt effeotod by
m
$
N RAINBOW LINIMENT
0
^ a-, thousands of testimonials show. It banishes all pain, and CURES Rheumatism,
|0j Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sprains, Bruises, Lameness, Cramps and Tulle. No family
should be without it. Be sure and insist ou having RAINBOW LINII1BNT, aud take uo Jgv
substitute. Price 25c. and 56c. per Bottle.
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Prepared by II. J. HACKKTT & CO., Philadelphia.
Sold at Miller's Drug Store, 402 Market Street,
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NO MORE TORTURE
In the dontlsts chair. Tho day of barbaric cruelty
In dental methods has been as surely passed
the (lay of similar torture under the surgeons
knife. At our office we extract teeth without pain
for25n. Filled without pain for 60c up. Plates
$5 uud $8. (las or Vitalized Air administered.
the evening
i >i> n
i
AMERICAN DENTAL PARLORS,'
No. G10i MARKET STREET.
//•V
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5
Opposite J. Paul Brown's Photo Gallery
Drs. Ashbrook & Bumgarn er, Props.
J
i I
A MARK OF HIGH DEGREE.
sell,
Is tho quality of tho goods wc
finds fault with them.
A .
Wo guarantee satisfaction to any pur
chaser who favors us with
insuros us tho pleasure of another call
from you tho next timo you want to buy.
Don't let every strong inducement lead
you against your will. You know values
desirable, and that in tho past
you buvo
■0i
order. This
■l
that
when you havo dealt with
found us always giving you tho choicest
goods nr alow price.
It Is because of this and hcoausowo givo
first, class goods that
business wo aro to-day.
and givo
hundreds of others have
r>'
doing the
rv'.r
a call—you
Think it
will find,
found, that our word is our bond, and
will stick to what, we say.
Wc are headquarters for the host grades
of Flours, Oatmeals and Buckwheats.
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S. JEROME SMITH.
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STItEETS.
hristmas
Presents.
-OUR STOCK Ob'
Iflfoti
1
is tho
»t carefully selecied and most complete to bo se
•o lower than ever before.
anywhere, while
SILVER NOVELTIES.
liila
Our Sterling Silver Novelties
• and lake a look at them Ask to sec some of those Hair Brushes, Hand
and Cloilies Brushes; Also Nnil Filer, .Shoe Buttouer and Manicure Sots, all
l tit a very low figure.
j than we can mention, but will ask you to
•rung silver
CLOCKS.
Y
also must
mention of before; they ar
Fall while,
you until Christmas,
forgot ilioso beautiful little Porcelain Clocks wo have made
> of the nicest presents for tho money you over saw.
is complete and make your selection, and wo will lay it away for
Always remember, every article sold by us will bo ongravod
fri ■■
CM AS. M. BANKS,
JEWELER,
015 MARKET STKEET
II. W. SIIERWIN, Engraver
It Will Tickle
M
You to Know
ffi?*
that wc havo one of tlie
FINEST STOCKS OF
1" m
Jewelry
$1:
1
that It has over boon
lot to socuro.
Prices at tiie vary Boltora Flgura.
ivill convim.o you what wo say is truo.
Seeing is believing. Flop .11 and
1 T. MONTGOMERY,
0,U!) Mv Ij7J' ST'! 1151CT.
You Can't
Examine Coal
crit Ically-
know that well. You can't fool of it mid
if it's ull wool and a yard wiilo. Tho
consumer must depend to a great extent
tlie dealer's honesty. Knowing the
things it wour<l ho a | rotty bad sort of
niti i who would deliberately client. Coal
ally honest—if thoy don't
give you satisfaction it id be cuuso they
better—they aro doing
the best, they can. It requires untold
:e i!i t-lio coal business, to always
t* able to give the finest and most satis
factory coal- Wo have succeeded pretty
well in doiugthis and wj aro iu excellent
position to do so just
Bh
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CHARLES WARNER COMPANY,
Couttbi Ollic'd, NUitli and Bhlpiey rita
Wliiniagtou, DolHwara.
Dut while the great and honored of our
and recommend all to use Dr.
country
Groon^s Nervura, It Ib among the common
people, those In the ordinary walks of life
that
marvelous and extraordinary benefit, the
, tho remarkable restora
account of their vast numbers, the
numberless
Uone to health by this most wonderful of
remedies,
bo daily and constantly ob
dlstinc
Dr. Groene's Nervura
tlvoly the medicine of tho people. Iti dis
covery
pie and it stands to-day unrivaled
poople's remedy.
It makes those who
well.
It Is the proscription and discovery of
our most successful specialist In curing
nervous and chronic diseases, Dr. Greene,
of No. 35 West Fourteenth street, New
used for years In his
for the people, it c
the
it strong and
York city, and
enormous practice before given broadcast
to the people
health In the world's history. Dr. Greene
be consulted free of charge, personally
the greatest restorer of
by letter.
XTonoB-Sand your oarpst* to tbo Bloo
Xv trio Carpet Oieauiog Woraa 40* orange
street Phone fit, household geode taken
oil lm
on storage.
M OTICB— I bird street bridge will bo closed
la to irafflo beginning Friday, uatti fur
' ell if
tber notice.
N OTICE— H. Hoegeisoerg er. M. D.. »U5 Mar
ket street, made the eye bia epeclal
study In the universities or Vienna. Austria
and New v ork City, in the Phr.adelphia Poly
rlin.eand •Mile hye if sspltal. He examlnot
evesfree and guarantee* satisfaction. dol l
g law * $ 8 . 00 ; etoatgtasse a f >0 cents.
N OTICE-1. Samuel B. OrabllL shall pre
sent to the next General Assembly of
the State of Delawure. a petition for it
solute dlvoroe from my wire, Phoebe A,
bill. Signed
18
Gra
* BAMb'EL R OKA BILL.
OTICE—1, Kobcrt Colgnin shall present
to next General Assembly of tbo State
of Delaware, a petition for
vorce from my wife, Ella Colgalu. ' Ignsd,
n'47-IOt-eod* KUBKUi'COLUAlN.
d6 10. (10(1*
N
absolute dl
A/f EN and women out of employment
iVI willing to work oun laaro of % permat
Deutsltuatl m at good wugos. by writing a
onoo to P. V. II
ox <&), Augusta Maine.
d 1-1 1-9-13 t
OK EXCHANGE—Some well located
houses nod lotH for exchange. Cull in
nvoning hotweun 7 and 8 . J. L. Uohollrte,
7th and Market street. mi
1 A In Uaua dozea 8 or applicants to rent
Tvo Halo dwellings dally- What have you
11A VV KIND. 712
F
Market street
JyKMf
to odor thorn.
A TON OF
DIAMONDS
less. We do
Is worth 135,000,000 more
not expect such uu order, but our flue line
of beautiful
DIAMOND RINGS
For $10, $15, $20, $30, $40 and $50. Also_
$150 Ring for $100 cash,offers opportunities
for tho selection of the latest styles. These
rlugs are worth more money. Anyono is
a bargain.
HAKRYE. THOMAS & CO.,
Jowelors and Opticians,
809 MARKET STREET.
SANTACLAUS
Recommends our WATCHES. Handsomo
ladles' gold watch $20. Used to bo $25 and
Then wo havo more elegant and
$30
pensive
Gold filled watches guaranteed 15 to 20
years, $12 to $18.
Small silver watches, $4 to $10.
Smull gold filled $9 to $10.
Boys' stem wind reliable watch, $2 and
$4. Solid silver $0, $7nml $10.
Whatever your wuuts may be
meet them.
can
HARRY E. THOMAS & CO.,
Jowelors and Opticians,
609 MARKET STREET.
Hang on to Your Dollar
Until you see our new stock of HOLIDAY
Jewelry.
Watches,
Chain Lock Bracelets,
Neck Chains.
Stylish Opera Chains*
Wedding RINGS,
RINGS, Band KINGS,
RINGS, Baby KINGS,
RINGS, Opal RINGS,
KINGS, Turquois RINGS,
Amethyst RINGS, Tonaz RINGS,
Gentlemen's RINGS.
Moon Stone RINGS,
Poarl
Garnot
Ruby
Emerald
CLOCKS AND
SILVERWARE.
HarryE. Thomas&Po,
Jeweler uud Optician,
509 MARKET ST.
d 8-5-8-10-12-15-17-19-21-22-23
•ssst
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Bracelets $4 up to $10.
Chain FREE with every watch.
Watches guaranteed.$3.50 up
Solid Gold Ring, baby.50c up
Misses' Solid Gold Rings. .$1.00 up
Boys' Solid Gold Tiger
Eye Rings.
Gents' Solid Gold Tiger
Eye Rings.
Diamond Ring*, $5, spec
ial, up to.
Engagement or wedding
.$1,25 up
.$3.03 up
.... $330.00
rings
Solid Gold, extra wide, .$6.00 up
Auy size or style made to order
ENGRAVED FREE
Silver Novelties, Cloaks,
Silverware,
L. THOMAS & 00.,
Opticians and Jewelers,
409 Market St., Wih, Del.
Look for Greon Sign.
Optical Department,
Optician Graduute ft
phia Optical College. Ey
aminod froo.
Plillailel
have you seen liay
nard's stock ol sil
ver novelties. The
styles are new and handsome
and everything necessary for
manicure, embroideiy and or
namcntal. Of lamps tliey
have a beautiful line, inclu
ding the Jlolaric and gold
finish which is the latest
finish on this line ol goods.
Of clocks and bronzes they
have a beautiful line, includ
ing all of the latest styles of
delft and dresden decorated.
SAY
S. H. BAYNARD,
5tli and Market Sts
dlO-l&t
sttontlon
loci ion or rents and
ajciaont uf
tho ool
Personal
,,r o?
owners
ble experlengo.
Over iwonty
Weondenvor
lteiiil what others say
elm tli© lies'
havo tiled
Haiti more, Md.
I!a wUliin A- 10 , Wllmingtoii, Del,:
(ieutluinunltecelvod
clicek and thank you for
: buslaaSB.
unugumtmt, wo ii
suuomant
10 ciircfnl
7iib your
liiunugt
coiillnm-d g.iuil
ahead of tho debts.
DO
Mrs. K. I..
Media, Pit.
Hawkins Sc Co.,
(ieiiiloinenTiiank y
mlttaac-o leueived today.
your careful
1 buiiovs
■ customers.
kindly
foul pcrfoetly
■ tfomrnt of
satisfied
ptopei ty.
is right by yo
make auy change whatever.
1
m. »!"£.
I'lilUdcIplilu, I'a.
Hawkins St
Uoutlemre —in reference
proportl
the manage •
woujd st»y you
u unllBfnctioii and I
meat of
K v I HR
than pleuied will, tho proiupiuess with
you attcud
W. T. u.
inattera.
Spring I.ako lieacli, N. J,
Messrs iluwktiiH Sc ( o.,
in receipt of chock nnil statement.
mi 1110 satlsfso
erty would bo glad
1., 1. 8.
Thus fill' you have «
tlon, and had I more
to give It to you to uiauuge.
If you need
of your property, call
COUBUltUtiUll fico.
in
tnanago
HAWKINS Si OO..
Real Eetato Audits,
Vir Market Struct.
w str
WANTID
II an'I
S00 aoree In Oaroli
take poeseeelon
row no. Attorney. WI
county, Man
mediately. R
lulns tou, Del.
I
wl?:
TITAN Http rum men ror hotel i
f V restaurants and private fantHUs
•boil aotioe. Apply at tee Wilmington
iDtelllgenoe attest N®. M Shipley etreai
*ur««tf
W
am i;n
'-Weekly Republican Aug. 18th
Five oeuts this office. nlt-tf
IMA
"T.ITANTKD—Agents |-.*o a week
VV workers. New goods. NeWplao. lt't
a winner. Erery family needs it. Hells at
sight. Household Spool ally Co.. No. 13 HL 4th
street. Clnelnuati. O.
ANTED—Men to work Industrial In
surance. Those imvlng worked for
Prudential preferred Addresa Industrial
this olllco. di-tf
w
W ANTED-A white girl lor general
bousov'ork. Apply at 100 E. Third bt.
dJ-tl
\\J ANTED—A candy
VV Davis, ¥Q5 W. 4th
W 'ANTED— 1 T.» buy for spot cash, ehoe o
clothing atore 41000 to $l(W0. Address
inis oiBoe, dil-'il*
Thomas J.
dio-Jt
maker
VV
ANTED—
ut nw
-A girl for geueral housework
Wushingtou streot d|l- 2 t*
VOIC MAI. 1C.
BA!,E—Ladies' sealskin cost, larg
. latent rasbioii. richest satin trim
ml ugs. period order, l adles' white India silk
shawl, eiegantly embroidered, perfect order,
a 7 oolave piuuo, square, elegant tone, per*
feet, deep-toned purler organ, 1 set, 8 places,
walnut bedroom furniture, bedstead, bureau
washstaud. marble top, parlor walnut frame
looking glass, « leot by a feet m, Inlaid, wal
nut What-uot, walnut but raok. walnut sor«i
dozen cbalrs hair covoreu.
all in good condition
F
bal!- covertd.
The above goods
and tire durable aud ornamental and will be
sol J at h great sacrifice for oash
once hill Jackson
•««a
F OIt SALIC—Country seat, 17 aores, fine
brick dwelling, city con veil tenet's, new
statlon on 1). & o. It. It. Special Inducement
price. Owner bought a Inigo farm.
Might exchange lor desirable Wilmington
city prupony. 1C. U, Green,Kennett Bq
Pa. ii4i4t-e-o»d*
tr
in 11*
; situation desirable,
F OK BALE UK ItENT-Fine rwideauM 41
0 th and Franklin streets. Auy uu« look'
log for fine liomos should see J* U. D. Boodl
A Bon. 1710 Broome street or 1918 W. 10th,
rs |f
F OK 8 ALE—A larrf® lot of caudy tool*. In
oiudlng melds, drop machiuM, tables.
furua< « slab, oake trough.and candy heater
SGSiSS P .T«.'" 10#w,er
C»o R SALE—A good opportunity for a ......
r of small capital. A complete naoblne
•hop in ruuuiug order. Apply at hepubll
cau office* dil-ltt*
F OIt BALE—A good paying grooary store
on the west sldu. Address Grooersr this
d4-$t*
nice.
F OR SALK—Or will exchange,
farm, we!I paying Chester c
Add rots J. Henry Edwards, fit
streets, Chester Fa.
or a small
typ
an
ui
I vK.DaHAUoro.
XJ PhiNN YUOV AL PILLS
Are the only KSauiae Pennyroyal Pills
Twenty-live V ears' expsrlenes
Bold by druggists. Office* *») N, It lute
VS*?* fhiia. By mail or at oMe* II.
Adylce free, l Ladle* beware of tiativ
n*
Hill ItUNt
FOR RENT
10213Kirkwood street, honsoaud
0 rooms and
lO'.'fi Tree ton IMa>-e, 7 rooms and frith
810 King street, 7 rooms uud Until
110 Lancaster Ave, 0 rooms and bulb
130j.li Linden street, G rooms and bath
Lincoln street. 8 rocins aud batii
1S5-7 Wuruer street, ti rooms and batt
1-3C Lodge street, u rooms and butti
l«0:i-5-ti Pleasant street,0 rooms and bath
1043 East ik'nd street, 5 rooms
70tt(Juriett street, ft rooms
HENRY llOUPlfiS,
tuii Market street.
119.00
1.03
F
. 0 .)
d -w-f-m-oo 1-1 in
FOR. RENT.
GOO West Firm streot.
700 Franklin "
1318 King
10C1 West 2nd "
405 Hroome "
TI1E EQUITABLE QUAHANTBB
_ & TKtThT COMPANY.
Jj»OH KENT—
No. 1806 Market street, 14 rooms.
No. 2803 Market street, 7 rooms.
Twenty-eighth near Market, 6 roomf.
No 2314 Jefferson street, 7 rooms.
No. 5 Elliott street. 6 rooms.
Nineteenth
T1IOMA8 TATNALL, No. 7W Market s rest.
dte-uodlin
West, Brooms.
TpOK RENT—A farm 1ST tides iioi
X 1 inont, Del., a wood dairy farm
railroad, post-office.
-. Apply or address, W, P. I.odxo. Olay
inont, del.
i p')H R LX J'—Htublos Llifiitn and Mon roe St.
1 Apply to James It-. Button, 10»9 Wen
u'34-uofi tt
Llxy
about *4) cows;
U 0
Uhtii ntr ui .
*
j'Oii ItIJNT—No. 24 Kubinscn streul. with 8
rooms; rent $b nor month. Apply MU
d8-6t
lltli sti
OK l<ENT-Brick houses, Nos. blfi nn<l 819
KiietGth street. In nood condition. I root
yards, very low rents. Apply t-. John It.
Iluriimm, 413 K. 4th street. n3U-i2t*
MjK KENT---6 rooms and
3rd mid .Moiiron sirents.
F
B
with front
Dal'oat, Apply I). MoKenuy
s'Ji-tf
light
rooms
iW ». Connell Bt.
F Uuupiuif,
J^ADlKKf^ Chicheilcr's^En^sfi ^Pennyroyal
ChKhosier
Pills
for L»(H..,'
MNK CIILKTEK CO. IIOMEB'IEAD ut pub
lic Mill! to eloso an estate, liy order of
the Oi-pbii i s i ourtot Chcstm Co. I'a . (bat.
property of 147 neros known as tho At
(lulostu«l l arin. will be Hold at pnbiie sale
tth* premises on»'. nnfi w half miles north of
the Iloreiigli or Avondale, Choator Cnuuiy,
un hatiiirtny, Deosmbor ID, ifivitf to
» tbo csiute ot the tato Lydia T.
Ilaruurd.
B
1*M.,
Tbo improvements consist ol A B'J'ONR
M ,\NH<> * sfis 8 torlej,oontaliiln 8 6 rooms
Li rut Hour beside kiteheu .0 on second flour
13 ut tie rooms Dump
Duulfie deckerfllono
tached fitted up
horses, having I i box stalls wagon
lm us©. etc. Home
water Iroai hydra idle r
houss. The
Btuiiu H
iieeker btuuo Kara with ample stabling,
rlngc liuuso and u stone tumiiit
Mil© Ti iimmg Track, bos been a ineintisr uf
the Natlmnil Trotting Asmeiatlou. The land
la In a high hint© ol cultivation, having beeu
well fanned Min' tti«i< is no rough laud. Tho
branebes of M'hiio
v,n»v uiuuk, mil d Ui uoros of meaduw furnish
uermimeat pnsiiii'o iu lliodryosr. wiumii. A
• acres Young Timber. Apple orchard
Its prim©. This properly is si dinted in
attractive and intelligent community.wHiitn
a short dlHinno»' '«r threo to wns, nnd ouuvcnl
public and private sellouts.
. etc, and wllhm tea
ol the (.'on Ira I «M vlsind of (be
sa
kitchen door,
•a with shed ling
stubic thirty
of
house, chicken
urn supplied with
Willi o.
bull-lings consist t'f a
.-oiitniniag five rooms Double
. Half
farm Is w.ttoroa
oil 11 relies, cteiineiTos.
minutes (irlve
Ptiins/lvunltt Rail r»ua a lit Uo over un hour
llrond Street Btatiou. The Poinerp 7
I Newark KallruuU Is also within
•s of the tarm. Persoas desiring to view
property will be shown Hi© same by (J. w.
'iurnard i©Biding thereon, or by tlie A'imln
lotratoi' living ii < gr by. Tho ealo which will
be positive will begin nt 8 o'clock p in., when
A. N Icols, auc. AoinlnlHtrator.
Avondalo. I'a.
dll-lM -10
$ 5000.00
To place on good Mortgages from
$500.00 up.
GIBBONS & MOORE,
Fifth and Shiploy 8t».
oodlm
Central Batik Building.
DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE.
Will be sold nt u <rg»m, If sold bororo ll
Is touted rot ntiotlicr year, 161-' Pemisylvanlft
avouuo. JlonltUfully local® 1. Kxamiaoit.
DANIEL W. TAYLOR,
ROOM 400 RQU1TAHLI2 UUILDINti,
Ninth and Maillot Btrfti
LEGAL PAPtHS documents of ail
deeds, mongitgea, bonus)
. uud or legal •
kinds.
agieoniunts. wills,
ver iwonty years suocosslul
T 11 lo searches furnlaUod. Our clnr«
gt-sarc always modoratn.
HAWKINS & CO.
71 B Market Street.
ORDERS TAKEN iOR
CUT FLOWERS, DESIGNS, ETC.
MRS. W. H. VANCE
000 E. 7th St.
MRS. LEWIS
706>* W. 2d St.
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