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Entered at. the postoffi** at WUmlniton, Dw. us second ula-i-t mail m.iuer. PuisLLSiiLD DAILY, (Lxua'i buNnax, THE REPU3LICA>t BUIL0IN3, f.E. COU. THIRD AND LING STREET. THE REPUBLICAN, PRINTING AND 1'UriLJbHINQ CO. TUfcHItAY. JANlltltV III, 18»7. 1* Now Itrpn lutlve ItiMll'i Mr. V, owl ward W. Chuairn vindica:. .1 iu his contest for hia seat iu tho fully Houseul Representatives at Dovor against John Dickey, who had received the tificpie of election In place of Mr. Choairs who received The votes in the ballot boxosof this emm votes than Mr. Dickey. ty were couutcd by a committee appointed by the Houso and the result inado known Monday morning. Tho whole fight v was caused by the selection of a United i States Senator. Tho SailIsbury and Wol ff cott factions wore ns bitter to oach oth er as they were eight years ago when Mr. Anthouy Higgins slipped into the Senate. , while . Then Dickey a Saulsbury Chealrs was an nuti-Saulsbury Chealrs considered that he had been sacri fleed to give Dickey a seat in the House and ho immediately came lo this city the day after the result of the election xuade known and gave notice that he would contest Dickey's scat, which he did with the result that ho is Bitting iu the House of Representative* ami Dickey Ij once The vofco to seat Choairs o a plain, everyday citizen. eleven to six against him. Mr. Dickoy very graciously handed over the keys of his desk to Mr. Cbeairs and thus ended oelebrated contested placo in Delaware. Wo would like to ask Republican contestant would have had in the gang that sita iu Dover, when a Democratic contestant could barely get recognition of tbo most took that readers what chance fair piay at the hands of hia party associates What a farco the elections have s •ly be come In Delaware! It's enough to put to shame tho kuowloldgo that you warean when away from home, to bo ask ed how It Is that Bach things should be at tho home of the Immaculate Ambassador j ;t Dela Thomas F. Bayard aud Senator Geo. Gray. But wo aro loath to herald It to tho world that there has not been a fair and honost election lu State for the Inst thirty years. Democracy has been kept in power by the aid of ballot box Bluffers and jug glers with the figures Tho Democratic inspecters of elections have cheated tho eyes out of tho Ilcpubli Inspectors, who, trusting to the honor of their fellow election officers, have sign ed tho certificate of election, without ever thinking how they have boon fooled into carrying out the designs of tho tools put there by the Board of Elections to do the the tally sheet. dirty work for tho Democratic party. The high bunded manner iu which tho last election held was enough to disgust all honorable and well thinking respective of party affiliations. At any rate it is nearly ti plexlon of Delaware should bo changed and the Republican party given charge of the affairs of the State. It would receive 6uch from its Rip VunWinkle liko sleep. tbo political c Impetus that it would awaken 1 Let the Democrats alone and they will down themselves for all time. Every reader of tho Republican should read the account o! how the Democrats carried at Dover during tho count of the votes How James /I the Cbeairs-Dickey contest. Ponder, Dickey's attorney forbid Frist to keep tally when how the ballots should be counted, where upon Frist undertook to leave the room, taking the tally sheet with him, when he was grubbed around the waist and pre vented from leaving, but bo wi tricks, aud so he threw the tally sheet to Attorney Ponder, who made off with it. in the darkness of tho night, things happened at Dover. All the parti cipants contention arose up All these i Democrats. These re the who have beet Addlckg' methods in t crying Delaware. They a cthuds Addicts buys respectable compared with the puis ied by the Democrats. h tho Dumoci W iu teal what they set their eyes upon. WILLARD Democrat, w for U. S S lslature which after taking twenty fourth ball Gen. R. R K. of U. S S v, a hard money A omplutely k: ll d »r by tile Deinoci; ic Leg only three ballots, decided ii y for tin? empty h< r of I I he flr.-it ballot, and up until •allot w received only 3 votes and J.J bury 7 v ho ;es, thus insuring hii the empty honor by this LegMature for being sel tho seat hr \v;l tbo Si N..sJ - -WV><h in g t well be thankful tin the empty In ambitious, o object of their ambition. he given r, but then m if they ueve. the The sen Dover in caucus M omlii elected ,1. Edward Aildiuks for !' u\ He will, therefore, i.ml Iiresont his iTstlfutmls icatiug the lilt'd Washing! and go t 'lii. Ii ; this wi ing looks like G jo able to ivill fro i Delay Demoera la the me elected the sea result of th the vo'e- h gled wi h Democrat i. Is tiff) li; turned as a I) The Culm on Monday. J le of th • r. Thu • F trail ty 1, 1sted and •ted. Ji mi Cuba by ih TllK Vi in •chool in i. last eve I s< h • l boi ks i down by «.l !)■ »yi drilled. The funeral jr.Y.lerduy a large circle of held in high est Interim Tlir.mil b ing aecoinjm ii- i y •! help with Governor Ebo \Y. T the affairs of the H conduct ll for ext two he bo tbe Govern' bud not of party. Wilmington pays four; In tho State ami yet w . h tf le representative iu tho Huust eoutuiivHs. uf liepro Attorney* Kurts and Helsel should feol particularly elated over the result of the Oheairs—Dickey contest and the manner In which it terminated We have no doubt Attorney James Ponder feels also elated the part he took in the affair, when he skipped out in regular Democratic style with the tally sheet tucked away in his inside pocket. * NEVKitlms there been so much bicker ing ami calling of hard names amongst the Democrats us during the contest of Chealrs aud Dickey for a seat in tho House of Representatives at Dovor. It is an old aud thrives. tying that "cheating never ! Ohio null Meeting. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Historical Society was hold last night and the following donations received: One copy of 'Out of the Woods," from the author, George P. Fisher, Jr.,of Chicago; The Business Index, and the Baptist Visitor, from Edwin Hirst; Naval Order of tho United .States," from Captain H. li Hellas; ton volumes ot' tho literary works of Howard Pyle; miniature copy of ••Cinderella," published in Baltimore iu 1B2J, from L. \V. Cloud; telegraph chart, from Miss Felix O. C. Daily. As lias been The -v ounced Rodney Mae Douough of Boston read a paper on "Com modore MacDunough and His Ancestors" which abounded in reminiscences of the commodore, describing his entrance into naval life aud his gaining of distinction. related of MacDon ough's encounter with three Moorish cut throats. The young American seaman put two to llight with his sword and pur sued the third to tho roof of a house, from which tho frightened man jumped to cape punishment. MacDonough'a chief distinction was won in the victory tho English on Lake Champlain. During the engagement ho was thrice rendered unconscious by splinters and shell from the enemy, but pluckily ned the guns and cheered the crow on to action. Prior to the engagement a rooster, which was confined on the deck escaped 1 llying to tho topmost yard arm crowed < victory to tho anxious sailors below. This iueideut first, but it years later, when a sword bearing rooster perched on tho vard sented Department. Tho death of tho Commodore occurred November 10, 1825 while returning this country on his vossel. Ho was buried in tho cemetery at Middletown, Conueoti . Rodney MacDonotigh was tendered ite of thanks for this rending. An oil portrait of Commodore MucDon ough taken in Venice iu 1806, was shown. A sword, presented to Commodore Mac Douougb, bearing tho inscription: impressment 1 ' and '.Maintain Your Rights," and a gold watch were shown by Mr. MacDunough. An incident i not generally believed as substantiated a few tiio commodore by the Navy No The MexicanAledirlntt Compnnv Will semi to any udrircs* (11.00) receipt of dollar prepaid, (3) three large bottle* of XXX To-Ua, the Grout Mexican Blood Tonic. No agents. Address, Mexican Mkdk.in • 118 Fifth Avo Now York. Prof. Frank Gardner Moore, of Dart mouth Col logo, son of Rev. W. E. M once of West. Chester, Brooklyu, on January 4th, to Miss Anna Barnard White, of that city. Among the ushers at tho wedding wore Dr. II. M. VV. Moore, of Columbus, and Prof. Charlton Lewis, of Yale University. Among those present were Dr. VV. K. Moore, who took part in the marriage ceremony with tho bride's brother, Rev. Gaylord S. While; Mrs. Moore, Prof. George F. Moore aud sou, of Andover, Mass ; Itev. Edward C. Moore, wife and little daughter, of Provi dence, and Rev.Charles A. Moor of Rockland, Maino. Prof, and Mrs Moore sailed the next day for Genoa. Rome, whore he will be sonic the study of archaeology and kiudred sub jects connected with the LatinDepurt of Dari mouth College. s married i and wife mouths i cut Tho Harlan Sc Holliugswarth C is erecting for Gantry electric mpnny . its avelllng crane, which will lessen the labor of the boat yard ploy cob iu hauling largo plates from the machine shop to tho water's edge, the ways. Tho crane will run on work forty-live foot ubov trestle the ground. /I he capacity of the crau® will be fivo t and it will have a 51 foot span. The speed will be 150 feet a minute, 50 feet bo hoisted aud deposited a speed of minute a weight of five tons i>y desired IVlllinm ( nnliv Huilerl The funeral of Willi; bis lato home Delaware and Franklin streets yesterday uftoruooi and service was conducted by tbo Rev. II. Ashton Henry of Trinity church. Many relatives and friends wore present; .John W. Tatum, Albert \V. .Smith, Wil liam M. (tanby, Edward Briughurst, Edward T. Bel lab and Murk M. Cleave were tho bearers. 1 in tho Wilming Cemetery. by took ( • made Brandywine Then will bo ser West Presby. ■•■i-y ; glit and to m Willis i of Philadclphij ho Mr. Willi; fell before nod if!I liked Thui sUiiy and h'l iday A Broenning will will begin at 7.30 < iglits Rev. t The V I, •• tings 'cluck. 11 Si if Tri Tim Board Hall lust si dent; Hi A nt< ary, Fred W. Reiss; fin; ary, Matthew N urn berg; tre el Dohl; building committee, ;1 Dohl and Fred I or, 1); Mold W. ii Fmyth Rost, G- A. R., lust night ob •nteenth anniversary. A ras rendered by Smyth I, and addresses were made by oiiimander Daniel Ross, K. II lloffecker, VV. S. Hilles and Uummander Samuel wero afterward ,-iral progn Depart me Refreshments ! lived. Hr Vii I'* New Knoll. "The Fin B; lu" by Hon. Win, J. Pagm Bryan. and 32 full page , half month 25, illustrations. <both $1 full month $2.75. Ft sale hy Win. T. No. I Mon roo age t Do run. fur ugout call, but scud i ,1.1 FOKN1 A- -y. Austral in, CR •eight or •ic. s to rent I'ri • A dost in 1 CASTOR 1A For Infants ami Children. Th* f-. ■«£5atart W wrapper. S. H. STAATS EMBROIDERIES. Nain tuoi!: anil Cambric )• v\ ■ lions to Match. iiiercd All-Ovors lor C.'iikii s an ! I SILK LACES. [Cotton and Limn Edging. s STAATS f WlLMINUTON, DK(,. BOWSEB'S WATERLOO aOUTID IN HI8 ATTAOK ON THE •PELLIN3 OF WOMAN. He Waa Doing Valiantly Until Bis Wife Brought Out HU Old Letter*, and Then He Called Them Balderdash aud Bald They Were All Forgeries. "Mrs. Bowser," began Mf. Bowser the other evening as he laid aside bis paper, ' 'will yon take this pencil and do a little writing for me?" "Of coarse, dear," she replied. "What do you want me to write?" "I wish you to write down ubout a dozen words as I give them to you. The first word is 'illegality- 1 Yes. "Then 'advisability' and 'oonson guinity. ' " "What use are you going to make of them? "I'm just trying a little experiment. Now you may put down 'desideratum' and 'multitudinous.' " "What is the experiment? Mrs. Bowser. "Why, I was just reading in the pa per that not one woman out of 50, no matter how well educated, was thor oughly up says that out of 250 communications sent in by females an average of one word out of every ten waa misspelled. " "But men spell every word correctly, I suppose?" sarcastically queried Mrs. Bowser. ukw) orthography. An editor "They do. It fleems to come perfectly natural to them. It isn't a woman's fault, meant down the word 'destniotibility.' " "I'm not putting down any more words," she said as she laid down the peuoil. perhaps, it tha It may be that nature t way. Now you can put "Ob! Got mad, eh? That's the way with a woman. If some one said she couldn't play on a Jew's harp as well as a man, she'd get her nose op about it. " "I can spell as well as yon can, Mr. better. Whoever Bowser, and wrote about that little experiment told a falsehood. " '"there you go! That's egotism and mnlishness combined. Didn't I explain that nature never intended a woman to spell half her words right? If she didn't, then what's the use of getting mad about it? Of the four words you wrote down you spoiled half of one of them correctly, and you ought to be proud of it. ' ' "I spelled every ly, " she insisted. "Mra. Bowser, don't set your jaw that way when you are addressing me! I am speaking to you more in sorrow than iu aDger. If you can't spell, why, then''— "When did yon become such a great speller?'' "Orthography came natural to me, Mrs. Bowser—perfectly natural. I was spelling words a rod long before I was seven years old. " "Oh, indeed! It's funny how many mistakes you made afterward—when wo were engaged, for instance. " "Mistakes in spelling? Be careful, Mrs. Bowser! Don't let your auger lead you to prevaricate. 1 think 1 wrote you two or three little notes while we wore engaged, and I'll Let a million dollars to a cent that every word was correctly spelled. " "You wrote of them correct about 400 love let ters, and I* and you made scores of mistakes. "Woman, " said Mr. Bowser got every ouo up stairs, lu* rose up and glowered at hor, "I pity you! When variation and perjury iu order to curry a point, it is a sad, solemn thing. If I is driven to pro per* had She up stairs, and in tho course of three or four minutes returned with a grout package of letters iu her hand and said: ' 'Here arc about 60 of the bushel of letters you wrote about the spelling. You acknowledge your handwriting, don't yon?'' "I acknowledge nothing, Mrs. Bow ser—absolutely nothing! Tiny may be letters of they may be buss "They Here is o your letters, of on which 11 speak of i affinity of souls. 1 'afinety.' '' tho fact) of this azure You spell it 'ashure' i "Never—nc earth!" "But see—there are tho words. Here heart have spelled it another i which you lay y r feet, and y at 'h-a-r-t.' '' "I deny it!" shouted Mr. Bowser his face got red and his lmir began to curl "In the first place, I wasn't don key enough to write any such balder dash, and in the next any fool knows enough to spell heart. Lay iny heart at your feet—humph!" "Well, tho words here just you wrote 'em, and I have marked ouch cue. In this third letter you say that never ending mid night without me, and you have spelled life uld bo it 'n-i-t-e. ' " "What! What! I wrote such stuff ns that? Mrs. Bow6er, bewt my good nature mid your my wife! I pronounce each base b how you presume positiou mid every letter in that package forgery 1 A never ending midnight with out you—bosh!" "And this fourth letter," •d without heeding him, "i letter you wrote me You speak of the sobbing raindrops, and you spell sobbing with one ' b. ' You speak of my charming face and spell it with she contin 10 page rainy Sunday. 's.' Y refer to tho future nud spell the word 'f-u-c-h-e-r. ' You speak"— "Mrs. Bowser, do you know who I ?" he demanded as ho pointed his finger at her. "Certainly. Y said, and you"— "You talk that w J; vere wretched, you 9, do yon I word in a to Bocauso yon can't spell thousand correctly you—you"— "I show that you uro just as bad, Mr. Bowser. ''Yeti, I see! 1 underataudl I know You see' ii'enured evening at heighten ' '.'u fireside In order the jilc.'iH prove your orthogrupliv, but v< help : pffM'd," niin finished. "Ymy well, mada —very well. I in tb" librnr whidi mav " up ull night. y< Tlx which l" go to your mother's . tin, and l will endeavor ill take fur a before yo KO. , then tho papernwil! u for you to sign—for y I wish be sent to sign, Mrs. Bowser. night and good by. " M. Quad. I'OW'l.T children's l y .Molher <\i 'ey mway-ci Moi 1 I give I'rie . AUiir.' )ti oimstoi, IV. N V. Im J."' .Ih miiy extra large size, |l,73 per to » JOHN' Al. HULo.MON. Office No. 3 t v wsi Tuird street* ca t jo and Dj if I'li ST.VITUSDANCECURED By the Great Children's Remedy, Dr. Greene's Nervura. Mrs. Henry Fry, 4 Flint Place, 8ontb Bos ton, Mass., Bays:— " My daughter, became affected with St. Vitus' dance. She grew worse until she tirely lost her speech, and the right came useless. I began the use of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, aud before a nil t -yM J w FLOR\ FltT. finishing now used six bottles and she talks as well ever, has perfect use of her arms, and is won derfully improved in all respects." If constipate<], Pills with the Nervura. Dr. Greene, 35 West 14th St., New York City, the most successful pbvsician in curing nervous and chronic complaints, can be suited free, personally or by letter. bottle she could talk. She has Dr. Greene's Cathartic OASTOniA. Tht be ll ails signature la oa overy vnypMb Of SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A i directed, >ubllc Bale ut the street between writ of Levari Facias, will be exposed Court House, Tenth and Eleventh streets, In the city of Wilmington, New Castle county and State of Delaware, ON WEDNESDAY, THE 20th DAY OF JANUARY, 1897, at 2 o'clock p. m, the following described real estate, viz.: piece of land situate in Christiana hundred, county and aforesaid (including with a larger numbered lot of land lots Nos. 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165. 166, 167, and 163, of land known described Beginning at the corner formed by the Intersection of the southerly side of Baltl with the westerly side of Ohio avenue (Baltimore avenue wide, being laid to in Mark All that certain lot Elam ere), bounded anil wit: follows. 60 feet parallel with the road, and distant southerly from 860 feet; Ohio avenue at 60 feet wide, being laid out at. right angles to the road. Intersecting with the same at the distance of 1920 feet westerly from the westerly side of Centre or DuPont road); thence southerly by said side of Ohio ave less to the centre of a hedge and the northerly side belonging to William P. Richard ; thence In a westerly direction, along the centre of said hedge and the northerly 58 feet 4 Inches, more o a corner in a line of land of Thomas Walker; thence In a northwester ly direction, along said line of land 501 feet 8 inches, more or less, to another >r in line of land of sakl Thomas er: thence northerly by said line of •ties, more or less, to Its the said southerly side >, and thence thereby feet 3 Inches, of side of said I: la f.-. t 6 Unit imnr sterly 463 with" h ' aid westerly side beginning. Ohio avenue, and place contents thereof what they •u lion d tak*> In e v, a corpora late of Dela bo WILLIAM R. FLINN, Sheriff. ? Office, Wilmington, Delaware, Sheriff' it HI I Kll I UK'S SA LK • ••l'.Y V I K i t I I F A ale a Tenth and Eleventh streets, In • city of WIImiiig State . No ' Delaws KDNESDAY, «' JAN lb THE 2U Y, 1S97, tho following described estate, viz.: i or pi • buildings thereon erected, city of Wilmington, bounded No. 1. Beginning Lincoln St. at a stake westerly side a line of land • dtsti tlierly side feet 9 Inch Twelfth si vil lei Twelfth street •rly .paralell •ot; thence easterly parallo Twelfth si • said side of •e thei the •ginning, be •it tin I :• ginnii ..y. .vest lion jerl.v •Icetllit hit. ,ith the 100 i sterly a larallel id Llnc< ••■ of beginning, he execution as the •r J Ellison, adminls s tlieri' ith'M in I oh ii Id mgj !. iml John Mi IKirath sold TBUA.M R. •'LINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Otttce, Jam; Wilmington, Delaware, 2. IN,-7. SHERIFF'S 'Ah E BY VIKTi ' 1 I'Ll e 'lilt ' I ule I'Ul'l Tenth nth sir s, in the city Castle cod! ON MONDAY. ,t 1MY OF FEBRUARY, ISO.'. THE • In the % piece of bind if Wilmington, city « d described as follows. b the southerly k* of I. : i: avenue at the rly from the : the Broome ,str •sterly o southerly Lov •e northerly parallel a point in •• of Broome parallel with e westerly para iff Iroome street, im id southerly side ec lhere isterly 50 fe< t the contents thereof i taken in e? 'y oI Daniel W. Taylor a,>d ylon his Hltlo.i 'he I""l 11. if", mortgagors, ; id the sold Ly ILL!AM R. FLINN. Sheriff ice, Wilmingt Sheriff's J; ary 16 1,16. »V VIRTUE • directed. " exp public sale i the I lie . iiy Wilmlr.f MONDAY, THE 1st 1>.\Y JRUARY, 18')7, allowing that cert ■ ■. "••. e,stale. \ lot or piece of land si f H'ilmingtc th" cits - wit: •y up •ginning m .r formed rtherly side o of r i Point rly U the' phn is the leal NN. Sheriff OLIVE on We handle only the finest quality • cspeci.'illy adapted for DUE: 'INGS and SALADS, quart bottles. in pint and Z. JAMES BELT, , DKt'OcilSTS, Sixth and Market Sta if You ; v , help collect! llAWiCUfo. fD Alutdot atro .u reiiMinr .iv.- SHERIFF'S 8ALE.-BT VIKTOR OF writ of Levari Facia's, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the Court House on Market street between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in tho city of Wilmington. New Castle county, State of Delaware, ON WEDNESDAY, THE 20th DAY OF JANUARY, 1897, at 2 o'clock p. m., the following described real estate, vis: certain lots of pieces land with the buildings thereon erected, situate in the city of Wilmington afore said. No. l, bounded and described follows, to wit: Beginning \n those side of Union street between Gilpin uve and Delaware avenue at the diet of 72 feet from the corner formed by the intersection of tho said side of Union street ami tho southerly side of Gilpin avenue; thence northwesterly and parallel with 1 Gilpin avenue «0 feet side of a 30 feet wide; thence along said side of said parallel with Union street 12 feet ner; thence southeasterly and parallel with Gilpin avenue 60 feet to the aforesaid side of lInion street, and thence thereby northeasterly 12 feet to the place of begin ning'. be the contents what they may. , No. 2, beginning formed by the intersection of the westerly side of Hasson street, the southerly side of Gilpin avenue; thence northwesterly along said :dde of Gilpin avenue 20 feet to a stake in the lane this day conveyed thence along said Collins's line southwest erly and parallel with Hasson street 132 feet to a stake in the land of C. W. Lynch; thence along said Lynch's line southeast erly und parallel with Gllnl feet to the aforesaid side of II thence thereby northeasterly 132 feet to tho place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they Seized and taken in execution property of WUmer J. Ellison, administra tor of Sarah Dougherty, also known as Sarah Doherty, deceased; mortgagor, and Dai 1 Dougherty, also known Doli rty, her husband, surviving mortga gor Mnd Mary Doherty, John J. Doherty, Katharine Doherty, Daniel Doherty and Jut Doherty, helrs-at-law of the said Sarah Dougherty also known Dob. rry the westerly the easterly street, called Hasson street, southwesterly street and the corner 30 feet wide, and Michael Collins; avenue 20 asson street; the Daniel Sarah , t.t's and to be sold by WILLIAM R. FL1NN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Delaware, January 2, 1897. SHMUFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias, will be exposed to public sale at the Court Houfte, on Market street between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the City of Wilmington, New Castle county, State of Delaware, ON WEDNESDAY. THE 20th DAY OF JANUARY, 1897, at 2 o'clock p. m., tho following described real estate, vlx: All that certain lot of land with the two story brick dwelling thereon, situate In tho city of Wilmington, bounded und de scribed ns follows, to wit: Beginning at tire westerly aide of Wind street. between Eighth and Ninth streets, at the distance of 1S1> feet 9 Inches from the southerly side of Ninth street, at the centre of the party wall between this and the adjoining dwelling on the north; thence westerly through the centre of said wall parallel to Ninth street 8S Tcet, more or less to the easterly side of a 4-feet wide alley communicating with another 4-feet wide alley leading from Windsor to Madi street; thence southerly hy said wide the first mentioned alley parallel Windsor street 11 feet 9 Inches; thence easterly parallel to Ninth the centre of the party wall betwe and the adjoining dwelling , more or less, Windson St., and thence thereby 11 feet 9 Inches to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof wlmt they Seized und taken in execution us the property of Thomas C. Murray ami Ame lia Miller Perkins Murray, mortgagors, and t.t's and to he sold hy WILLIAM R. FLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Delaware, January 2, 1897. directed, •». through tilts • said side of •tlHMdy SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A directed, Tit of Levarla Facias, 5 exposed will Court House Tenth and Eleventh streets in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county. Delaware, ublic the street between ON WEDNESDAY, lo'^JANUARY, 1S97, the following described THE 20th DAY a) estate, v All that certain lot of land with a dwelling-house city or Wilmington, follows, story brick situate in bounded i wit: there described Beginning z tbe easterly side of Lln and Shallcross •e of ; 1 northerly side of Gilpin avenue ; the party wall between this and the south; feet fr ijoining '11 lug thence astcrly parallel Gilpin ave through the centre of said ; westerly side of a 3-feet wide alley leading into Gilpin avenue; thence north erly along said side of said alley parallel to Lincoln street all 69 feet feet •sterly , through the centre of this and the ad ■ north 69 feet Gilpin the party joining the said easterly side of Lincoln street, and thence thereof what they Seized ; wall betwe telling reby southerly •ginning, be the contents feet execution Ellison, adrnlnis s the rty of Wilmer • of Sarah \ and I Janie prope sed. •rty, her husband, surviving Mary Doherty, ohn J. Doherty. Katherine •ankd Doherty and James Doherty,heirs ' »• said Sarah Doherty, do • sold WILLIAM It. FLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's uiliee, Wilmington, Delaware, ' 2, 1897. Ji SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the •t House on Market street between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county, State of Delaware. ON WEDNESDAY, THE 20th DAY OF JAI 2 o'clock p. m., tho following described real estate, viz: piece city of Wilmington, ■d as follows, to wit; ine of tho southerly at the distance r formed by the of the westerly • line of ARY, 1897, All tin ! Beginning side of Shall. the southerly •nee southerly : Hu street 100 fee Shallcross ; 1 parallel with ter; thenc* Shallerosi parallel to another cor 1 parallel with Franklin to the southerly side of avenue, and thence thereby ' said avenue 50 ■ place of beginning, be the con tents thereof what, they may. Seized and taken in execution property of Nicholas Jenny and Caroline R. Jenny, his wife, and Annie Bayha, mortgagors, and Delaware Land and 1m Company, a corporation of the State of Delaware, t.t, ; WILLIAM R. FLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Delaware, January 2, 1897. .Vi •tlierly •eet 100 feet Shaller easterly along said ride ) sold hy SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A directed, to public sale ut the Market street between city of Wilmington, New Castle county, State of Delaware, writ of Levari Facias, will be exposed Court House Tenth and Eleventh streets, in ON WEDNESDAY, THE 20th DAY OF JANUARY, 1S97, 2 o'clock p. m., the following described real estate, viz: piece of land • said city of Wilmington, •d as follows, All that cer bounded and Beginning side of I of 175 ft lot the southerly the distance the •erlng live 'c.st rly of Broome stn I parallel with Broome street 100 feet; •csterly parallel with Lovering 1 feet ll inches; thence northerly with Broome street 100 feet to u ■ 3 in the southerly side •, and then •rly 31 feet 9 ■ginning, be the s thereof what they may. 1 and taken in execution as y of Daniel W. Taylor and Mary aylor, his wife, mortgagors, Investment t ' the State of Delaware, and the .!• sold william R. FLINN, Sheriff, •e, Wilmington, Delaware, Sheriff's « SHERIFF'S SALE.-BY VIRTUE OF A of Levari Facias, be exposed directed, public sale ; ■get street between ? city Ti , New Castle county Wilming N WEDNESDAY. F JANUARY, 1897, real estate, viz: 1 with THE Will the following deser certain lot All dw. Iliug erected, known ate In • said ' Wilmingt as follows, t' the w , bounded Eighth • dlstunei o soulherly Eighth with Eighth pan""' -■•' •rly ■ M .ill' i with ] sterly parallel 1 • ■ i* l^Fighl h si r .1 thence e contents il taken in • of Henjumin I er A. I xecution as the Iminlstra II. Dauby ■uid be sold by Wild.1AM It. FLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Wilmington, Delaware, II. S Wife, Nowlund, assignees of Rent List ' printed lists of properties Went 'for March 'Dili ready ter distribution. Call IIaWKINH ( heal l. i m:o!! J KLl eojiy. If4 71k Market : sassas A of LOOK THROUGH A MICROSCOPE 7 at the matter deposited on the teeth and gums of any individ ual, aud you will eee a great num ber of animal and vegetable para sites. To keep the mouth free from these germs you must use some an tiseptic Methol and Thymol are the best They are both constitu ents of MCNTMOPn THYMqif MYKR# 0RRI3;; m *) % --? W U VIOLET FLORAFOAM </J^ * lienee--Violet Florafoam is the best toothwasb made, because it is truly antiseptic. It acts l-y destroying parasites in stantly. It wilitens the teeth, per I times the breath aud contains noth ing injurious. </ m [ij 7- B i [3J J 1 wi NOTE ITS ECONOMY l n %k It only coals 25c and requires but a few dops on a wetted toothbrush. One bottle can be used by a whole family. • • > 25C. For Sale by all druggists. It is an ill wind that blows no one any good. The RKCENT COLD SNAP lias made a brisk demand for our HARD LEHIGH, have a good stock, your orders and you will keep your pot boiling and ours too, 91 But we Send in A Geo. W. Bush L Sons Co. nm sin ,ei w. ar? COAL TIME In n IS AROUND Everybody wants good, strong, heat i iijV producing coal. We pride ourselves ability to select the Hest and Purest Coal to be had. We also pride J Bp | ourselves upon our prompt delivery. Of Pi ' | B1 It isn't pleasant to wait a day or two for HI Shi IJ coal to be delivered in the middle of winter. We would like to have you as one of our patrons and feel sure after a trial, you would never go elsewhere. I Jj % upon 7 b Bt JW I ** CHARLES WARNER COMPANY, F 1105 Central Office, Ninth and Shipley Sta Foot of Market Street. BY VIRTUE OF tolas, to me directed,; SHERIFF S BALI of Levari J will be exposed Court House, Tenth and Ele Wilmington, N State of Delaware, t between public sale ut Market streo 11h streets, ii Castle t y N WEDNESDAY. DAY OF JANUARY. 1897. THE 26 2 o'clock p. the following described All that certain lot or the building; the city of Wilmington a.f*, I described as follows, t real estate, viz.i [<ce of laud with *0, situate In said, bounded o wit: I-i ' i i • •sterly Beginning i side of Broome street •thorly fr , , the northerly elcle 'estffrly parallel with Broome erne easterly • feed to a rallel with ake; thence y southerly 30 feet to the place of beginning, be iho contents thereof! wlmt they may. Seized and taken In execution as the property of Albert Stout und Helen M., his wife and t.fs and to be sold by Sheriff , B^ttlce! A Wilmlngton,* S Delaware, January 2. 1897. d Is tan of Fifti with Fifth street II northerly street 60 feet parallel with Fifth stroi southerly » feet 11 Broome street ! easterly parallel with l tho aforesaid side of Broome street, and >nce there . Wler, Fifth und King Streets Pettljolm'a breakfast food. 9 , this I- the Hear brand. Jemima's paucako T. is the place, cents a package; genuine. omits a puck ago. I.aigo tiiiee-pouml p a' 6 r o. Lur^ethroe.pound of self-raising buck wheat lOeonts a package. There ter buckwheat fornia prunes, tne legulur l;'o pound; these are elegant. Yery no core, evaporated applon, tic u lb. bed Sr?al macaroni Tea package; this Ij a long, full onep ound puck ago of first class goods nud It is cheap ut this price Veviiiioilo, 1 »ic*j by tho pound 10c. Gruhum wsfei 8 lCc a pounu; biscuit Ific a pound; no matter you don't go; nay ue'B -t. Scotch pens 4cu quart; very--. .. tra line ones. Do you use linking Boda? why you buv it by the pound, it only costs Cc for a whole pound/ I tell you what you do. you come in any see out store, wo have lots ot things I can't toll you about in horn. Very light, 1 might saj . tea pound; cut loaf sugar'm a pound Elegant tub butter, siOo a pound at T. M. HT IS It'S, Fit tb and King streets. Jitt-Ct* j market. Hig soft Call* •ek. h ! ■ : I For Fale or Rent. A Good Bakery and Dwelling. CENTRAL LOCATION, Apply to GEO. R. TOWNSEND A CO., B04 MARKET STREET. N otice- i woui.i can tuw hi zens who 3. City Ordinances, harbor dojjt* t: noyaiiee ; "i any owner, possessor or liarborer of any bofore the siOth cl»> o the sumo to dog shah in every yearc give reason it blo e .'Ii 'log vbll ed, l" ■ inking or nr shall bo fined f5. every poison Hours of r JOHN F. DOI. Chief jlU-18 F UIiblC HALF —Household, kitchen fur mi uro, etc., at (E'5 Adorns street, , a chamber tlrobes.'secretary, extension tn beddinff. brussels car Dm, glass ami aablo article. Geo Brake, Auc. I IIU USD AY, Jan. 21, 1897, consisting intlug's, c Pt't*. o, t ii|ue china and many other Jib IT COSTS NOTHING J, EYE SPECIALIST, 7W. H. PODESTA, FRIDAY. ornce 600 Market St.,Wilmington. If you have bccu having unusual headaches lately, or a little extra use of your eyes causes annoyance, don't delay, the exnmlnu • * ion uud advioe in positively l'REli. ICB-TUISCUUMY ASSESSMENT IS '■ id and may be see" ~' '' ! N following plates Flrsfc clisbriyt rurd—James Hur •e, No. 215 W, Fourth St. Second ward, Michael Gillespie's cigar store, No. 508 E. Third St. Fourth ward, .Joseph Cross's barber shop, Fourth ami Lombard Sts. Eighth ward, Charles 10. Taylor's cigar store, Sixth and Lombard itreeta. ! fc ,, .. i nurd s saloon, No. E | ward, Nancy Qulgi St. 1 district—Third ward John Sian Sec W. Second St, Fifth 's saloon, No. ($2(1 ard, Margaret Hur* and Jacki : Mndis kltl'n Blllooi ; Vi!nt] , „■ j^, Ib'Ubp R. shea's »t streets, Third district—Sixth ward, William H. ! Lloyd's grocery store, No. 705 King street, | Seventh ward William B. Smith, Jr., grocery store, Southwest corner Delaware i a r v «"" e ' U11 ' J l e ® ors 1" *•, «•"«> '™' Joseph J. Rigby s cigai stole, No. ..UJU et 6trce6 . , . ... i he assessors will he in session ar. tho Court House (Levy Court room) ary 20, 27, 28 29, and 30, for the purpose of * a * corrections and placing any been omitted. P lefts-, d. Robert Cottingliam' n No. 300 Maryland ; Twelfth war , Fourth aud .Scott the assessment list that may havo J. D. M'COY, First District. JAMES F. EARLY, .Second District. CHARLES WHANN, Third District. j 15-10b SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A j directed, : tho Market street between ' city New Castle county, of Levari Facias will be exposed to public sale, Court. House Tenth and Eleventh streets, in of Wilmington, State of Delaware. ON WEDNESDAY, THE 20th DAY OF JANUARY, 1897, the following described real estate, viz.: lots with the buildings thereon id city bounded and described as follows, No. 1. Beginning on the easterly side of Church street between Seventh and the dist; 6 inches from the northerly side of Sev ; thence easterly paralle Seventh street 1"0 feet; thence northerly laraltel with Church street 18 feet 6 nehes; thence westerly parallel with but-mentioned line lvu fee Church street, and southerly 18 feet No. 2. Beginning at a point eriy side of Fifth street 61 feet from the westerly side of Lombard tho thence northerly parallel street and throi 80 feet to a parallel with Fifth sir •r corner; thence southerly lei with Lombard middle of tho party the house nd,Kilning on the-east 80 fee tho aforesaid sldn of Fifth street, e thereby westerly beginning, All • pieces of land reeled, situ Wllmington, wit: ate in the Eighth stn ! aid •e thereby the place of beginning. the distance of middle of party wall ■ adjoining house William Stevenson; Mth Lombard 111" middle of said •r; thence easterly i feet ■al i id through the 11 between this and pluci excepting and and privilege of the ..1 wide all 1)0 by th signs forever, In common •cuplers of this property prop; rty hereby conveyed. No. 3. Beginning Heald street at the d utherly from the southwss ulstiana right angles to Heald street 125 f-. s'ake; thence southerly parallel thenco westerly pat aM street 33 feet ntioned line Heald street 125 feet. Jleald street, erly 33 feet the contents thet Seized and property of James Egllngton and Eliza beth, his wife, and Willi Mary W., his wife, t. i. his heirs and th. the easterly side of iisfaneo of h'3 feet ith ther right angles the said 1 thence thei the place of f what the aken in o to d by WILLIAM R. FLINN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Delaware, January 2, 1897. P * E E- HUKILL. 429 EAST FIFTH STREET. (Late at 2nd and Tatnall Sfroots, All kinds of sewing for children, also ladies' Underwear. Children's dross making u specialty. o22-3m-t-f-s — -s •» SH IKU w a ?;l! t&jsskjvar J15-3t* JSlU •L W anted-A gents »io • workers. New goods. New plan. It's r winner. Every ramlly needs it. Bella ai ■Inhi. Household HreoUlty Go., No. street, t.'inulnnatl. 0. week sure on 13 B. 4tb ufl-tr W ANTED—Htrlotly reliable mil capable salesmen to sell complete line or lu brl ailngolls. areas >8. painter s supplies and specialties. Address Co., Cleveland. Ohio. Sterling He'tnlng Y \ r A N T B D—To buy alight four whoel VY top buggy, suitable for pony. Mint baa been usell but litllo preforre 1. Ad di p-s or apply to Howard Fahey, 217 iiro into street. _d» tf Industrial In Kitr.inuo. Tho jo having wortel for Prudential preferred. Address inn u-trial d.'-tf vv AM'KD-Men to this ollioe. W, ANTED—By tjyou.i? man a puli i VV (lrlvo wagon aud takooareof Itor-ioi or working around store. Uooi r.ffer address J II tills 4inice. Itbtf W ANTED—Bonled proposals for lighting the jail at New Castle by the year. ' January 18th, HEN it Y M WHU'K. Cbalrmuu, State Itoid. Del. r is s. will !■''> 'IV!' I 1897. Address J14-84 TITAN 1 ED—To rent, a good six , i roomed house, now vacant. Please address "ienaut ' this office,giving termsend location, Ji8-2t* WANTED f House to rent. L-J. Droraan. Real Estate A gem, 1105 Market street. JiMrueod TI7 ANfHD.—Hsip lurnisnea ror uoteii VV restaurants and private families at sfceit aetlo^ Applir at tha tVlimlngtoa Intel!Igtnoa MUoa No. Ms BlilpUy atrojt ragi7«tf POIt HAI.lt. Ij Mitt BALE—a. hutches, W counter ahafta X lot of bnogarj and belting, s circular surra and tablea 1 vice. I grind alone. 8 olrou lar suws. ibis Is the maohinery of the Ainerl oaii Corn Cob Pipe Company,and will be oold cheap, as It has to bu moved. OWEN J. HhBBfON, No. 817 Lancaster avenue, TJtORBALK—Or ICxobaiiga a two and one JL half story modern rotldenou loomed at Newark, Del., convenient to railroad station 9 rooms and Smote easily partitioned on 3d Boor, Hath, hot and cold water and hot wa W h r Beautiful lawn and shade and rrult tree* oto. Will sell oxebauga for city property. Address Ooldey, 8th aud Market Sta, Wii„ Del. ___ _ di^lmod d2*tr or H.a. F OR8ALE—3-story brlok houso. 1307 Wash iiigtonstreet, j; roo ns, sewer connec tions, lot 25x140 loot, all to flret class order. Owner having noTarther use forl», will sell at a r asmiablesacrifice. This Is a very desi rable property. Doing streets in the olty. A] next door, 1305. p,, tei, h a pt DT<ir TJ'oRSALR — Holstein ealvos and oofe X 1 young bull, from stock with large but ter rocords- Also choice registered Chester county white pigs. All at fanner*' prices. 4p ncLire**, H. U>wl* Christiana Heligoland F. Murshulttom to Armstrong dTk-ataod-lStw* * F OR SALE—A large lot of oundy tools. In oiudliig mcld.j, drop umohlnou, tublo*. furnace. hIuD. uako trough.und candy heater cryatalizuitf pan* und copper kettles. Apply 16H Jackson -treet. d 8-eod tf t j^Olt BALE OU KENT—Fine residence] •, 9th and Fraukltn streets. Any one loolc lug for lino homos shoul d see J. it. D, Seali A Sou, 1710 llrooino street or 1316 W. lOtt. F OR SALE—Cheap, a No. UJ-horue power electric motor, can be seen runnim*. Apply FU Hodges,812 Tatnall s>t. JU-lraeod TPOH SALE— At a bargain, 9 room house, JJ and butli. with s ied kitchen, centraliy located, front porch and ba<M porch, with all modarnSconvenieiices. Adilrosd itargalu this «>ntce. TPOU8ALE—50 Pure Plymouth Hock Coek X' ereis Apply HUermuu Dayott Glasgow Jan is 4t* JI4-8t In F pnirUi Matc^biuubai t iiramlywlno HU, carriairo barneys .. brooder, big lai t.or - wconey l'lacj j 18-06 i IjlOKSAl.tS CHEAP—A buy horse for want Jj of us-3. Apply at thiioMioe. tr .DtHAKD'Un FENNYKOVAL PILLS Are tbe only KOinnr.s Pennyroyal Pills mad®. Tweatyfive yoara' oxoerlenoa told by druggists. O.'Itoo. 20'.» N. Niittis street, Philo, tty mall or at oittse, ft, Ludlei bewiirj of tmltv D Aavlce tree. I A DIES! Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills <Diamond Brand), t|re the B^St. RiUabb. ** ** Chichester Cbetulcai J tio HESSF F Ult KENT OU to AI.E —Houses 713 Fr-neli. 831 Tutriall, GUJ >V. 3th. 601 Van liureu. 1105 \V. front 610 Wright and at lit li and Woollnwn. Also? rooniei hoiHe.Ht bio and Ken net t pike noar city limits. Address J, I'. Nichols, Highlands. NV11., L)j1. JlC-(i! TjXMt KENT - Da.'r X 1 rooinod houso per mouth; a five garden. $7 it western furnished nous; ar city. A J ll roomed . of city. 1113. III « dio-ast IPOIt KM NT—A truck farm of 18 acre* I good buildings on the New Castle .Road near citv limits known a*4 A. Lully, No i With Btreot. j«tr ^ urd at Hllver liroB., Front nnii !•' 'X farm, up ply !• •)Hlt IIP,NT -<' bi '•'• Applv iff. d O innjo XpUH UKiV .11 \ (Iloo h I I'i Apply !. •.'nil street F , p. m,;Nr Du I'd i it, Apply l). Mnlvoiuif 3rd aud Monro* au .-ol F"" ii ml power. Apply F U llougoson prom list ••NT—Part of factory Du filling. H.'i mil si re i. with r withom tod I pOK REN I'— ' Apply t> i Hq » Rlgtatk ^ Jan I.l Wo IS iahr.li ut r. O lUtl'INT—Cheap, Bill i at tflOMtf d fourrh sterloj V i hi "'T J. llro Apply IT—Storoaud house. Apply 2li 11 dm ■)OK HUMT-Rooms at 5J 4 Pino atruet. L ' —On Sunday nvonlng. Iici i -ii (Trmd 1. between 7 o'clock Patrick O in or uioumft let. The finder will bo suitably rewarded leaving i s and I lie Ki I'utrick Casey's, er 833 Market ilS.-rt* I' (.1ST—On Friday Vj gold chnteliiine watch w .A . E. .1. on tbo buck. Howard will bo irivt jlO.'t* Jolturson yt. if returned MffltlKS, ANNUAL Water Rents. Are duo ami pity able r, Hi* office of the Water Department, sout-bwesk coruerof King and .Sixth streets, if pain lu January ten per eenr. will ho deducted the face of the bill ; if paid in Febru ary 5 percent, will be deducted; if paid in March, tho face of tho bill will be de manded. April 1st five per cent, wdl be added to , tlie face of the bill, and the ferrules of de linquents may bo drawn. Office open 8 u. . to 4 p m. JOHN S. GUO HE, R jl-Jiniod OTICE-Tiie annual bars of tuc* New > Insurance totnpuuy l,u N serin/ or ■ 11v Mutual Monday, ist :U4A V Eli. puny. .no. jVeod i m y XTOTIUK--Hveryipo-.ly oi sets nu.1 wiinl.4. Also L'nl no lilt ' J U j: N fir; i; not loo that. I will e gaining soiislpn Miuvaretia HoiuHeh. Oil U ISTUFilKll IIO.NA Si' loreby l \* 'VI IN o r ice- is i. i tho I'rast • a divorce f eat man. N'ormitu Veatman. OTICB -I heieby give soil will apply i' Mary III my till)). 1 sluiU I lslature Uecng j F. t en is A N M K C !• i J6--I It FW A III)--1, mi, ret urn to ioi); K night Tempi.!)* . 3rfi st. J - S& 5 '• Scholleul. jHrii* Mil eek Utt l recovery of Union llii'l, IH97,i DAVID HAH'l'HtJKN, l'ro. K (» HueMi.ginoii. Sva. A s-i.iiilal cf property, will • held lurdny. the 3tHli day of Ja" P N OTICE—II, iloegoiueorgor. M. D.. 616 Mar ket slrooi, mado the eye Ine spool il itulVtn Iho universities of Vienna. Ausiri* Slid New v ork City, in the Philadelphia Poly elm.e und iHlla Lye H Mpltal. Ho « eyesIreo and guarantoes sRtisfaotlon* (lol<l * hisses $3.00; utusl glaases, 5U OTICB—vl bird i ralllo I'egiimln^ Friiluy, until fu dial N M bridge will be cloimit tber notic*.