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Entered at the oostolloa at iYH;nfii«un, On.
u.4Smooii 1 olati mall outer.
DAILY, (Kxoarr Bukdax.
THE REPUBLICAN BUILDIN3,
MS, WK XHIHD ANUKINO STREKT.
*ttB REPUBLICAN' 1'UISTINQ AND
S ME ON KB l>AY. .lAlMIJAltY *■», I8»7
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Thk Hon. Ebe W. Tunnoil wus iuaug
v I Hratod yesterday at Dover, Governor of
the pcoplo of Delaware. lie sots forth in
v his inaugural address, the following:
| "It is needless forme to remind you that
you hold positions of honor and tru«u,
With no light responsibilities. It shoulu
bo vour constant, aim to avoid all useless
> an a extravagant expenditures of public
Ml vise that you refrain from what is pure
ly partisan legislation, if such should bo
pressed 'ttpon you. Special legislation, :
no way creditable or beneficial to the State
S hould not receive favorable
But ho has not one word to say in
ftemnation of the methods whereby John
T. Dickey received a certificate of election
and took his scat in thu House to which
s not entitled aud which is
and to guard well against all
and vicious legislation. Aud 1
he knew ho
now held by Mr. Woodward W. Cheairs.
He bos never a word to say in condemna
tion of tho counting out process of tho
R( publicans in Kent county. Ho might
Well exclaim "Good Lord deliver me from
my friends, for my enemies will take
Here'S what the would-be free sllvurilo
candidate for Senator says:
' I regard my election
os a victory for the silver
V Democratic party
loyal to Mr. Bryan and the Chicago plat
form. Personally, I favor silver and g;
Mr. Bryun aud tho Chicago platform my
entire support during the recent campaign
| My election was brought about by that
"Like Mr. Bryan, I believe that the fut
1 ire of the great cause of bimotalism de
who will bo
U. S. Senator
of Delaware who stood
pemls lnrge]y"upon the
e ectod to the IT S. Senate iu tho
, and 1 desire to say right 1.
unalterably in favor of bimetal
ism and will vote unfalteringly for it
tho end. Richard k Kenney.
WlLDARD tfAULSDURY lost a valuable
friend when John T. Dickey was turned
down in the House. If John T. Dickey
had been allowed to retain his scut in the
House, then, iu nil probability, Willard
Saulsbury would have been tho nominee
for U. S. Senator. Tho Wolcott men ki
that fact and laid their pluns accordingly.
Itihasbeeua sorrowful blow to John T.
Dickey and his face plainly shows. It is
all right aud proper to cheat Republicn
but when it comes to counting out fellow
Democrats, then the act is a wicked one
certainly. Tho contest has been tho means
of showing up the rottenness of the peo
ple who have ruled pur elections for years
past. The thing should now be stopped,
oucc and for all.
There should be more of a desire for
•he coming advanced woman to bo a thor
ough housekeeper and cook, than for them
to so ape the mannerisms of men, that
they are already beginning to take on a
masculine look. A womanly woman is
the noblest work of tho Creator. A union
In marriage with a woman who is in
pympathy with her husband iu all his
business ventures, makes heaven indeed
upon this earth where trouble aud turmoil
appear to be vastly iu the majority i
lives. Try to tench the girls how to
«ook and keep house us well as play the
piano. Good wives mako good husbands.
IT IS said on excellent authority that
the main reason that Thomas F. Bayard,
In New York,
took in the late election, having been the
•ound money Democratic candidate for
Congress. His opposition to Handy
Incensed the Delaware Democrats that
they swore vengeance forever on the young
Bayard. It was his political grave and
he thus reared up his tombstone. Here
lie all Thomas Jr's, political hopes, bur
ied forever in Delawaro politics. He was
wise to leave when he did.
city to take up his residence
owing to the part lie
No property owner should be compelled
only used but si:
hut for only the time the W£
In Baltimore, if a property is idle thre
or six months or
to the owner or the agent representing tho
property. No property
mpelled to pay the dc
thing he did
rent for a property be hue
or should be
Lise uf by being
There should be sr
tho water hill?.
in all things.
biNCE the drought, the residents at
Higliiuud.s invo bee
▼ouienc.e to procure
•nrly all tlie
•iug gone dry.
of Highlanders paid the .Street and
and made u request that the watci pipes
Ijj extended, so '.hat this |mueh required
the vicinity i
• icle for dai! v
■loners instruclcd tIn;
Already there is heard fro
erat party, grea
telection of * a
Dover, for U. S. He nr
pronounced silverite, hi
Iwme of contention. Thou, again, tlierc
•e others who don't think the Gi
measures up to the Ideal Delawa
r. The growling, which at
has broken out
•ral of the1
•clio of l lie la-t
Congress, and ihr
Occupy tho seat m;
•tion of o.x .Senatur Higgins' official term
but at thL wi
occupying a sc
by tb-; e:
i.? to bo s
capture the sc;
• fightfor the lucky
ndi vi. I ual.
•lew the lieu,O'.
ey iu the ht
sc of his friends.
when they first
■ irted in, and they B
iCheairs, a winner. Three cheers fur cheairs
ail timt"wh ) lil? 1 li iir,
lo organize thu
which declared their prefot
ward Addicks for l\ H. tret
remains to be roc
iiour. He help
0 fur J. Ed
where ttnd ho
v tDO figl
evvnlug lu the New (A
Delaware A vet
J 11b building
', under th
pi the Wilmington Opera Club. Tho par
pants were nearly all home talent and
Acquitted thoniselves with credit.
TflROUGH excitement, Kddio R. C'ochra
Jr., and James Pi
attorneys have given themselves n big fr.'.
•dverllsement Whether they think i
Will pay them for the g
Genkbal R. R. Kenney «u a aurp*L«d
man when be found he had captured the
empty honor of being U. 8. Senator. He
will be more surprised If hs la allowed to
take the vacant seat In the Senate.
Governor Tunnell favors a non-parti
judiciary for Delaware. Wo hope his
official life will be a creditable one for h
self and the fair name of the Diamond
FREE TO E? KitY MAN.
The Mniliod ol a Uram Trea(iu»nt for Weak
" Men. Mlimit lareil Him After
Kvervtlilnu Else I'allcd.
bad enough, but
is slowly wasting away with
nervous weakness, the mental forebodings
ten tlni MWorao than the most severe
pain. There is no let up to the mental
suffering day or night. Sleep is almost
impossible aiul under such a strain
are pc,w.vly responsible *' - what they do.
For years the writer r ed nd tossed
tho troubled sea of se nl akness until
it was a question whi cr had not bel
ter lake a dose of pois. I thus end all
his troubles. But providential inspiration
his aid in the shape of n
binatiou of medicines that not only
plately restored tho general health, but
enlarged his weak, emaciated parts
natural size and vigor, and he now declares
who will take the trouble to
'and address may have the
method of this wouderful treatment freo.
Now when I sny free
without cost, bee.
I mean absolutely
I want every weak
au to get the benefit of my experi
not a philanthropist.
do I pose
ns an enthusiast, but there are thousands of
men suffering tho mental tortures of
weakened manhood who would be cured
at once could they blit get such a remedy
study how I
po tago stamps
that there are a few things
allhough they e ost nothing to get they are
worth a fortune to
lifetime of happiness to mosr, of
Do not try
ifford to pay tho few
necessary to mall tho
t send f
it, aud learn
mull aud mean a
Thomas Slater, Box 887 Kalanmzlo,
Mich., the information will bo mailed
plain sealed envelope.
llev. Uciiuln •*. Lrowlov.
At a meeting of tho Benevolent and
Pioneer Literary Association lmll Jan. 18,
1897. Tho following resolutions wero
unanimously adopted. ; Where a , we learn
with deep regret the death of Rev. Den
nis J. Crowley one of
ul respected priests and therefor belt:
Resolved, Tlmt in tho death of Rev.
Dennis J. Crowley, tho community suf
fers tho loss of
citizens, and the Dioctwe of Deli
of Its truest anil noblest priests
Resolved, That these resolmious bo
tho minutes of the organization
and.that a copy be published in the daily
of its most valuable
id be it
Mich.4 ki. F. Doordax
Thus. M. Monamijan
Thou. j. Walsii
rutarrll anti Unltls Relieved l>« 10
■ousrh t.Do mowers,
?ol Dr, Agnew's Catarrhal Powder diltus
this Pow-ier over t
passages. Painless and delightful
relievos instantly, and per n:'.
jr, Cold-, Head
polled with each hot*
Tho Miller d.
i Market street.
are fearfully depressed and disc
aged by weal
tlou. Do y
specialist, Dr. Greene,
New York City, is the
physician in the world in
this class of diseases? J1 is modiriues
most healing, strengthening,invigorntimr
You can consult hh
Write him without delay. It cost
ing to get his opinion ami advice by letter
and writingtoliim will probably lead
i vigorless eoiiili
not know that tho
est 14th St.,
ako you again a vigorous man.
b.v mail ifioo.
We offer one 11 u ml rod Dollars Be ward for
any case ol' Catarrh that cannot bo cure 1 by
Hall's Catarrh (lure.
F. J. C'HLNKY & CO. Props., Toledo, o.
J. Imvo known P. J.
business trans ic
Cheney for the last 15
perfectly honorable I
ami financial•/ ul
obligations made by (he r fir
West ft 1 Unix, Wholesilo Druggist-. Toledo,
it.. Wuldlug, Kinnan A Marvin, Wliole-ule
acting directly upon
suriacesoi thu system. Price V'kj pcrboitle.
.Sold by all Dniggists, Tesiluiomals free
Tho stockholders of thu
and Fafo Dopos
elected tho following dire
Nields, Win. P. Bancroft, James A. Hart
Henry F. Dure, Dr. Joseph II. ('handler,
J. Davis Sisler, Phil
E Frit/., Archibald A> U;
R. Brinokle, f>;
J. MeClary, J
R. Tiituiu, Jo!
night ordered tw
and Sewer Department las
arc lights placed
!. The m
The directors said tin
. .. wish
ts would proba
to spoil the fun of t.iiu yoi
they thought that the lighl
Idy protect the property i
jentury dub bus called a
. This should
!l of all e
as iho pres
s the suhjeei.
lion eiuirelv <
id of tr
I, white lisb. Iierri
1 haddockal oth and Churcli streets
Tliursdav, Jan. 21, fr
. in. until sold.
' and Lil
Fis h Go.
t cciigh. hoarseness
I. B. Daisl
i. 2nd and
a powder for tIio feet,
is pa in fut, swollen, smarting lo
ow shoes fool oasy.
1 Is a certain
lllg fo(M. *
1 siioe hi ore
.st evening (lie Wiimiugl
Cupelle, C. R. Miller, h
Joseph Smith Willi;
Metidlnlmll. K T. Metis, li. B Xul
Pyle, VV. W. l>
II Swift, W.
•yaud K Mylo.
HEART DISEASE RELIEVED IN 50
Dr. A gnt
• the heart gi
•uses of Organic
me Heart Dlseaselit TO nilumes,
1 a! pi nut
euro. It is a peerless remedy for
, Shortness ol Breath, ^mothering
Spells, Pain i
dU *re, < No,
e»! and art
1 East Third
For Infants and Children.
.1 large sizo. jl.Vi per tj i
OilN M. SOLOMON.
: J West TuirJ
Belle Brandon Fleur
Makes a Friend Wiieiv
ASK YOUR GROCER OR FLOUR
DEALER FOR IT.
2D North Front Street,
Attjr a long roat In not writing to jonr
s&zjSS? AK on h " i *^ n
we had the pleasure,
ness 9f John Cochran,
Mrs. Ida Carr Wilson
A short time ago
through the kiudn
head gardener for I
a flower called the "Passion flower."
which in Latin means "suffering flower."
In one part of it is the crown of thorns
and the cross, in others the spear, the
scourge, the nails, the hammer, the lauco
aud the drops of blood. I think this is tho
rarest flower that it has been my privilege
to see, although I have been in some of
tho greatest places for flowers In the
your correspondent has been confined
to the house for several days past suffer
ing with a severo cold, and
not, but It caught
to our left sldo received
; also from the hurt
which wo huvo never fully recovered
We were well romembored during tho
holidays aud during our sickuess. Wo
received a handsome family Bible from a
gentleman friend of Philadelphia; a!
beautiful household Bible from our
friend, Ebed N. Baldwin, of this placo,
besides receiving several other precious
gifts from bis numerous friends.
Tho oiher day William Dnuzenbaker,
friends, kuowlug that wo
good sized pig that
butchered, came aud got it and butchered
the same, ami wlmt's more, camo and
cut it up. I think wo have great reasons
for being thankful, and
i-ouso of tho word, Tho pig was one year
and two days old and weighed 840 pounds.
Who can beat this?
Good gracious, has Hon. Robert Hanby
stopped raising pigs? What has become
of tho "Maryland my Maryland" pigs?
Have they te.keu wings aud gone to rest?
Or are they still rooting and hog-a-dying?
O' dear, this world quite strange is,
Every day brings forth now changes. ,
Tho days are rapidly pasting away
we know not what a day brings forth, but
do know pigs are a good tiling iu their
place,aud a tine article to have on hand but
oue should get out of the pen, it is hard
hardwork for a bowlegged mau to catch it.
They can grunt and they can squeal when
nothing is tho matter with them. This is
not tho case with our beloved Senator for
he novel' squeals unless ho has something
to sqeual about. We are like the old maid
who said "Well, 1 love him still," We
love him, because of his good nature, then
.• grumbles but takes
things as they come, aud what is more
pleasant than a cheerful man? A
who never gets sulky or finds fault, why
lie is oue of the best thi ngs on tho earth.
It is just what is wanted to day,
1 wumeu with more sunshino in thoir
faces and cheerfulness iu ilieir hearts.
Our beloved frieud hu< a large heart. Wo
love him, because he is candid, open
hearted, affable, kind, charitable, a plain
speaker, will not bo imposed upon,
fnir and unsuspecting aud likes a
a good joke. Ho knows when to speak.
speak. Not liko the old
woman whoso name was Bkldlo.
"Whose tongue was hung in the middle,
It worked both ways to tho end of her
Till it boei
Our honorable is
tho queer people. It i
that class. It makes nothing come right,
liko a string a fiddle,
t to be ranked among
l '<■ i
stops pig> of the razor back breed
from running away. Well
scribbling this for all office nor for any of
his pork. Wo are not giving taffy, but
the naked truth au>l nothing hue thu
truth, so help mo Hob Hunby's pigs.
Robert Emory, of Philadelphia, tho
• of Cluymont M. E.
Uliurch, suys ho received for Christmas
handkerchiefs from Ills
o broken bones, it stops
vr four doze
lor if Bob hasn't
• bounle lassies."
V, daughter of George Casey,
ck little girl, being ill with
is a very
Ul soldier, is still
he decline i
o bed. aud there i
his sickness. Ho lias gone
much hope for his
ry. Wo of ton wonder^ why
mau us the above is
for certainly it would be a eharitablo^aot
the bare of
drawing pensions who
to do hard labor and who work every day,
•o iu good health. Al
*, never having
been asked tho
though wo do not draw
. ro huv
why a number of times, aud
ivjiuw that we would uot like to do tho
work that some do who draw pensions.
s received here, of tho sail
death of Mrs. Jintison.who was on a visit
She had a
to friends in Wilmington,
stroke of paralysis, and in.
wusdeud.Sho was tho mother of Mrs. Wil
time back, sick with
rheumatism) and was about 80 years of
age, when she tliecl
Also i lie sad newt' came of Mrs, C
• village, (who i
1 iam Casey, of
Hanby, who has been seriously am is fed,
stroke of paralysis.
i of Wilmington's besc
At tills writing there is not
rife of Curtis
Trump, is lying very sick, with the pn u
, daughter of Mr. T.
Miss Adda Rr
• be idle, lots goni
/ ihero is ii demand for nun
Bayonne, X. J,,
the oil work
iliai line of busi
eel ing- which started in iho
M. E. Church
;d, and joined tiic
• Rev. B F. Dougherty, is
what lie had
spite of all opposi
•ml will), ye
ter likes ;
•a it/ any
A correspondent of an English medical
journal furnishes the ft
•utc for consumption. Put
soft), roll and
i all extracted;
as many as a dozen a
a dozen whole lemons
boil until soft (not
squeeze until the juice i
sweeten tho juLe enough
day. .Should they cause pain or looseness
of the bowels, lessen the qiiaulty and use
live or six a day until better, then begin
and use a dozen. By tho time you have
gain strength and imv
six dozen you will begin lo
; you get belter y
so muily. Follow these directions and we
it it if there is
y help for you. Only keep it up faith
Wo know of two cases where both
en up by the phy
laststages of coa
.-million, yet both were cured by using
coord ing to tho directions
One lady in particular was bod
/ory low; had tried everything
money could * procure, but nil iu vain,
w lieu to ulease a frieud, she was finally
persuaded to use the lemons. She began
February and in April she
weighed 140 pounds. She is a well woman
to-day. aud likely
' tli" patients w<
to t hem i
partment hoard a number of Highland
resideut's pet el Ion to set the grade on
Eighteenth street, so that water pipes can
bo laid. Tlie engineer was instructed to
make an estimate of the cost of the work.
aLo instructed t
f a sewer on Seventh
Shipley aud Orango
; of tlie cost
grunted a permit
•go B. Ward was
illowed a plumber s licence. The bulanc
aliik was reported to be $ s '. 11
Kvungelislie services under the leader
ship of l)r. Walker, still continue w!.'_ 1..
terest. Several persons presented them
selves for pardon nt last evening's service.
Dr. Walker preached a convincing and
convicting sermon fr
"Tekel, Weighed i
heart, attend tho s
pardon for sms, at
r." If you are seeking
•c at 2.80 i>.
The uuarterly meeting of tlie MeAll Mis
"as held yesterday. Ke
lt in the village
rhich tho bj
directs its endo;
.. Mahaffy. Mrs. F. F.
B. White, Mrs. Em
Briggs. Mrs Willi
ma Quigley, Mrs. ti. K. Johns
!» W. Ilari;
want, help In renting your houses
o collecting rent* try
liAWKfNE 7lk Market at rax*..
Rb Fairness la Debate and His Views on
the Value of Books.
The first time I met Mr. Llnooln was
during his oontest with Douglas. I was a
young clergyman in a small Illinois oou«
try town. I was almost a stranger there
when Llnooln was announced to muko a
speech. I went to the hull, got a seat well
forward and naked a neighbor to point out
Mr. Llnooln when ho came in.
won't have no trouble knowin him when
he comes," said my friend, and I didu'J.
Soon a tall, gaunt man came down the
aisle and was greeted with hearty applause.
I was specially impressed with the fulr
ness and honesty of the maD. He began
by stating Douglas' points ns fully and
fairly as Doufias could have done. It
struck mo that he
anxiety to put his opponent's argument In
the most attractive form. But then he
went at those arguments and answered
them so convincingly that there was noth
to be said.
Mr. Lincoln's manner
that I asked to meet him after the address,
and learning that ho
the next day attending court I invited him
. Ho came, and we hud au
overdid It in his
to bo in town
to dlno with
The thing that most impressed me was
his revercnco for learning. Recently
from divinity studios, I was full of books,
and he was ouruoct in drawing me out
about them. He was by no means ignorant
of literature, but as a man of uffnirs natu
rally ho had not followed now things nor
studied in the lines I had. Philosophy in
terested him particularly, aud after wo hud
of tho men then in
vogue ho remarked how much he felt tho
need of rending and what a loss it waa to
not to have grown upamong books.
"Menof force," 1 nnswored, "can got
pretty well without books. They do their
thinking instead of adopting what
other men think. "
"Yes," said Mr. Lincoln, "but books
serve to show a
that those original
't very new, after all."
I met Mr. Lincoln several times later,
the next time a long while aftor in anoth
er place. I thought ho would have forgot
, but ho knew
ed In the gentlest way possible about my
wife, who had been ill when ho oaine to
see us. But of all my memories of Lin
coln the ono that stunds out strongest
his interest in poetry and theology. He
loved tho things of tho spirit.—New York
thoughts of his
sight and ask
IMITATE AN AUTOMATON. '*•
Curious Effect Produced
a Crowd by a
An enterprising confectlonor of Holona,
Mon., has in his Htore window a meohan
ical device representing a little bear, which
by tho aid of olookwoik inside is made to
The bear is
•e his bead from sldo to sldo.
excellent miniature of a
perfect bruin and attracts a great deal of
attention. The drollery of the expression
of liis faco
s caught with udmirable
actness by tho designer.
Men, women and children stop to look
captivated hy tho little animal,
which hardly over fails to provoke a laugh.
Sometimes they remain in front of tho
window, captivated by the expression of
his face, until they unoonsolously fall to
following the movement of hid bond from
side to sddo iu an endeu
to note tho vury
ing expressions of his eyos.
At times a crowd will gather, and n dozen
sido movement until to an outsider it looks
time fall into the side to
The discovery of tho effect of the little
the window ami probably never would
have been, for those who see it fall uncon
sciously into tho habit themselves. A
was standing across I lie street talking to a
man in tho doorway of a shoo store. E.
noticed the crowd across the way.
"What nils those people?" lie said. "It
looks like a crowd with »St. Vitus dance.
t made by
tin standing in
(io over they did, iio and his friend, and
it tiiey w
before they k
their heads from side
with the littlo figure in tho window.
"I doclaro," said
side in unison
of them, laughing,
realized tlmt they hud fallen into it
"lb comes natural, but who would
have thought it would affect
Tlinker's Big Cargo.
Tho British oil tanker Oilfield xfienrod
this port yesterday morning vvi
and more valuable cargo than lias gone
th. In tho tanks of
5 gallons of
II0T5 pieces of bar
the big cruft
oil valued .'it $8
io heading valued;
ml nod ;
$ 1 *.
Tho Oilfield will i
:arry l,8t)0,u00 gallons ol oil.
This Is Y«
0:i receipt of ten ce
> fiample will bo mailed of tlm
1 Hay Fever
Raini sufficient to do
aost popular Catarrh
strato tlie great merils of tho.re
fiG Warren St., New York City.
Rev. Jolm Reid, Jr., of Great Falls,Mont.,
statement, "Itisn poni
ed as directed."—
Rev. I'mncisW. Poole, Pastor Ceutrul Pres.
Church, Helena, Mont.
recommended Ely's ('ream Balm l
n emphasize h
i for catarrh and c
nor any iujurio
Balm is the acknowledged
ains no mercury
drug. Price. 50 cunts.
Our Gicat Bargain Sale will con
tinue all this werk.
Specials lor Wednesday and
io pieces linen canvas, white and
cream, 15 cent quality ior y/ cts.
10 pieces linen and cotton mixed
canvas, steel, white and cream, 10
cent quality for 5 cents,
5 pieces Princess Taffeta, 1
yard wide, light colors, 12 cent
quality fer 5 cents.*
4 yard Velveteen binding black
and colors, 10 cent kind 7 cents.
3 cent Twilled Tape, 1 cent.
25 cent Hair Brushes, 12^ cts.
25 cent No. 80 Ribbon, 6 cents.
Bargain Ribbons at 2 cents.
more, i cent Handiter
Ladies' ot Misses' 8 inch Ribbed
Hose, 15 cents, Other sizes 25
Children's 25 cent'Hosc, sizes 8
and 8j16 cents.
228 ling Street
A CHANCE FOR NIK HOME
Will sell at a bargain iho desirably located
residence, N. E. Cor. of 6th aud Jcfferi
Examine and judge for yourself.
DANIEL W. TAYLOR,
BOOM 400 EQUITABLE BUILDING.
Ninth and Market Streets .
8 H ERIFF'8 BALE.-BY VIRTUE 05* A
writ of Levari Facias; to me directed,
S* b ® expose to nubile sale at the
Coqrt House, on Market street between
Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city
of Wilmington, New Castle county,
State of Delaware, *
the 3oth day of January,
at 2 o'clock p. m„
the following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lot of land, with the
three-story brick dwelling thoreou, situato
in tho city of Wilmington, bounded aud
described us follows,to wit:
Beginning nt the southerly side of Tay
lor street, between Poplar and Lombard
streets at the distance of 181 feet from the
easterly sldo of Poplar, thence easterly
along said southerly side of Taylor St,11 ft
to a cor.thonoe southerly through the mid
dle of the division wall of tl>o adjoining
house on the east, parallol to Poplar street
101 ft. 1 Inch more or les* to the northerly
side of an alloy about 4ft wide communi
cating with a three feet wide alley loading
into Eighth andTiiylorSts.,thence westerly
along said side alley parallel to Taylor St.
14 ft. to a cor., thence northerly parallel to
Poplar St. Ihrouuh tho middle of tho divis
ion wall of the adjoining house on theWest
101 ft., 1 inch more or leg, to the said south
eriy side of Taylor street and place of be
ginning,bo the contents thereof what they
may with the freo use and privilege of tho
above mentioned two alloys in common
Seized and taken in execution
property of Sarah A. Parker and Charles
Parker her husband, mortgagor, and t.t.s.
WILLIAM R. FLINN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Delaware,
January 8,1897. j 18-81 28
SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
will bo exposed to public sale at tho
Court House, on Market street between
Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city
of Wilmington, New C'ustle county,Slate
writ of Levari Facias,
THE 30lh DAY OF JANUARY, 1OT,
at 2 o'clock p. m.,
the following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lot or piece of bind with
the two-story brick house.thereon erected,
situate in the Ninth ward of the city cf
Wilmington aforesaid, ami bounded and
described at follows, to
Beginning at u point
side of Thirteenth street
the distance of
03 feet 2 inches westerly from the
erly side of Heald street; tn^nce northerly
and parallel with Ileald street and pass
ing through the centre of the division
thence westerly parallel with Thirteenth
street 12 feet
wall between this house and the
a stake; thence southerly
parallel with Heald street and passing
through the centre of the division wall
between this house and the ono adjoining
the west 46 feet to the said northerly
side of Thirteenth street, and thc-nce
thereby easterly 12 feet 2 inches
Mace of beginning, be the contents
thereof what they may.
Seized and taken in execution ..
property of Anton llenson ami Augusta
M. Benson, his wife, mortgagors, and
t.t's and to be sold by
„ WILLIAM It. FLINN, Sheriff.
January 15. 1897.
Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Delaware,
SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
will be exposed
to public sale
Market, street betw
and Eleventh streets, In
Wilmington, New Castle cm
THE 1st DAY OF FEBRUARY, V
at 9 o'clock ji. m.,
the following described real estate,
All that certain lot
, , , piece of land
situate In the said city of Wilmington,
bounded and described
side of Lovering avenue
of 100 feet westerly fr
side of Broome street; thence
parallel with Broome street
■ westerly parallel with i-iovermg
avenue 50 feet; thence northerly parallel
with Broome street 100 feet
a point in
1 said southerly side of Lovering ave
nee thereby easterly 50 feet to tlie
place of beginning, be the Contents thereof
what they may.
,, _ Daniel W. Taylor avd Marv
H. Taylor, his wife, mortgagors
Diamond State Investme
WILLIAM Tt. FLINN, Sheriff.
Sheriff s Office, Wilmington, Delawar
January 16, 1897.
SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
of Levari Facias,
to public sale
Market street between
Tenth i __ _
of Wilmington, New Uastle 'eounty'dti
THE 1st DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1897,
Hie following described real" estate, viz;
All that certain lot
piece of land situ
cHy of Wilmington aforesaid,
described as follows,
the corner formed
side of Del!
•llicrly parallel wit
In tlie b*
I hereby south, rly !i
beglnniiiK, I". 1 the i
to the place
I and taken in
y of John F. Bplaln,
e Ileald Company
<! sold bv
WlIiLlA.M R. FLINN. Sheriff,
h''riff's Office, Wilmington, Deluwnre
y 16, lSuT.
J f d
Good 'liiiugs Come
To Tlie Top
. imo. There
hotter Rboes made than tlioso we
thorn long to
mil aud feel well.
Our shoes always look stvlisb and fit like
a glove—they feci as mu
come to the top. Shoes
and it hasn't ink
must look well, w
it comes to sh
'e feei con fid *
JOHN J, HAYES,
No. 13 East Secaiil Streak
Artisans' Saving Bank
Ha UC 2 Market St,
U|>en dally tr*:
aa, until 4 p,
deposits or money
one 01 more calendar moiilbs nt. ibe rale
4 per cent, per uunuin.
J. Al iJl'.'TUa MuCAULLliY.
T. Al.LKN 111 IiliES. V ice- Proa! done,
FT'. TAYLOtt, Kcc'yand Treus.
JOSEPH .M. M.Vl'UE
May 14, 18l>5.
No-819 Market Stree
Money ns Follows;
Dcpo* lla payable on demand 1 peroont,
Depoalta payable alter id days' uotioi) I (.
Deposits pnyuble after X days' iiollae 1 pir
Activebii* Inoasaooounisare not taken.
The comp'oy acts hi Executor, Adoitnli
Irator. Trustee, Uuarl.au. Uaee'
Agent, and rents small saf; — " - -
irltir prooi v.;.;l .0.
BI N I. NI K LDi Preside nt
" ■' 'INl'KLI-, Vice President,
NEW SPARES u.un Havings
o 5ii i u new series of
$1.30 • e. 6litre, payable
ch share nt mut ir
tty t'tod. For jfiurei or further Infor
.MULLEN, Jit., President,
w vi. E. HAWKINS, Seer
Olfico, Market stieet,
di i m ea1
Our printed lists of propert:
"For Keo'. 'for March 23ta
ready !cr d.itribut'.on. Gail lawndget
Dawkins * t;o.,
l.val relate Agents,
71k Market Street.
at the matter deposited on
tho teeth and gums of any individ
ual, and you will Bee a great num
ber of animal and vegetable para.
_ Bites. To keep the mouth free from
these germs you must us9 some an
tiseptic Methol and Thymol are
V, the best They are both constitu
Kj euts of
* > W
i Ileucc— Violet Florafoam is the
I best loothwash maJe, because it is
0 truly antiseptic.
1 It acts by destroying parasites in
P stantly. It whitens tho teeth, per
| fumes the breath and contains noth
i ing injurious.
NOTE ITS ECONOMY
g , li k
It only costs 25c and requires but
a few dops on a wetted toothbrush.
One bottle can be UBed by a whole
For Sale by all druggists.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN 25c
Gold fillings $1 and up, silver75c; amalgam 50c, platinium 11.00; gas or vitalized ail
administered. All work guaranteed. Open evenings.
AMERICAN DENTAL PARLORS, 610 1-2 MARKET STREET.
Opposite J. Paul Brown's Photo Gallery
Drs. Ashbrook & Bumgarner, Props.
It is an ill wind that blows
no one any good
The RECENT COLD SNAP
has made a brisk demand for
our HARD LEHIGH,
have a good stock,
vour orders and you will keep
your pot boiling and ours too.
Geo. W. Bush & Sons Co.
Everybody wants good, strong, heat
vj producing coal. We pride ourselves
; ability to select the Best and
mJ : Purest Coal to be had. We also pride
[W I ourselves upon our prompt delivery.
||V! It isn't pleasant to wait a day or two for
U ! coal to be delivered in the middle of
j winter. We would like to have you
t* as one of our patrons and feel sure
9 after a trial, you would never go
CHARLES WARNER COMPANY,
Central Office, Ninth and Shipley Sta :
Foot of Market Street.
T. HI. Wier, f iuh mid King Slreels
place. Petiljoiin b breakfast food. Oj
emu, a package: tins is the Boar brand. Hiej
Konuine. Aunt Jemiiua'8 l aueako Hour, 9
h packugo. l.mgo ihiee-pound paejc
ujee. L uMetliroc.pimmi or seir-raisBiK buck
ui.oat io cents a p.iekagcr 1 here is no *o <• .
"w ...r ICC
pound; thtihouio oU'gaiit. Very white, clear, |
; evaporated upplor, lie u lb. Bed Sen 1
D'onl Vo a yaek'ige; tins L a long, full
onop ound package ol fit.d ehiss goods anil :
we get these cake* n osh i vory ween. Egg i
n quart; very green ox
n use baking soda.- wiry
_ __ 1
tTolfyouTibout In hero.;
for n in
Vt U, m 1
mntier whnt y
. for tliOBo
biscuit tfic u pound;
you don't go
tru lino ones. Do you
don't you buy it Ivy
• a whole pounn?
do. you come i
lots ol things
Very light, T might
*1 tell you what you
y white sugar,
butter, tide u pound
LI oga lit
WHS It S, Fit (h
For Fale or Rout.
A Good Bakery and Dwelling.
GEO. R TOWNSEND &i CO.,
804 MARKET STREET.
N OTICE—I would call tlie atientlou or
zens who own or harbor dogs to sec 110a
3, City Ordinances, to prevent annoyance.
owner, pos-ossor or barborer of any
dog sliiill not before the 20th day
tliesumeto bo regi
ch dog while
give reasonable cause
to any person by barking
offending shall ba
ed. or aball suffer
every person so -
Hours of ietf!i
JOHN V. DOLAN,
Chief ot Police
UBLIC HALE—Houaebcld, kitchen fur-!
ntture, etc., at 825 Adams street, nnl
'1 HUBS DAY, Jan. 21, 189?, nt 0.30 o clock. |
. a cl:ambi-r,
s, 2 wardrobes, secretary, extension ta
aud be Id Ing, briissel s e
pels, oil piilntimra, eurtutnn. irlaes and
i r vMuablc article.
t i(|ue china aiul many.
J 3 . IT COSTS NOTHING
•ji EYE SPECIALIST,
9w. H. P0DEST4,
606 Market St .Wilmington.
If you have been having unusual
ittle extra use of your eyes
ciu'-'-s annoyance, don't rfeJay. the tv unit uu
tion uml advice is positively l'RIili .
E. E- HU KILL.
429 EAST FIFTH STREET,
(Late at 2nd and Tatnall Sfrcsts,
All kinds of sewing for children, also !
ladies' Underwear. Children's dress
making a specialty.
-f- S j
Ii sadly our lira
Halt if an
by (be Hn;a in your
guaranteed, 714 E. lllh straat. do and 5 oo.
ICE—THE COUNTY ASH SbMEN T IS
completed and may
Oj following placos:
hirst district—First ward—James Har
kill's cigar store, No. 315 \V. Fourth St.
Second ward. Michael Gillespie's cigar
g j. 01 . ei No. GU2 E. Third St. Fourth ward,
(t j 0 soph Cross's barber shop. Fourth and
.'Combiml Sta. Kijchth ward. Charles B.
| laylor s cigai stole, ^jixth and Lombuid
Second district—Third ward John Stan
: nart p 8 fln i 0 on. No. 807 W. Second St Fifth
i Madison bt. Tench ward, Maigarot H at
kin's saloon, Pleasant and Jackson Sts.
Eleventh ward, Robert Uottingh
loon. No. 300 Maryland uve. 'Twelfth ward
p^ilip R. Shea's saloon, Fourth and Scott
1 Third district—Sixth ward, William H.
Lloyd's grocery store, No. 703 King street,
Seventh ward, William B. Smith, Jr.,
8 r ° fJ0r y storo, Southwest corner Del aw;
i sivenuo and Jefferson St. Ninth ward
Joseph J. Rigby's cigar store, No. 2000
The assessors will bo i
Court House (Levy Court room) on Janu
ary 20, 27, 2S 29, and 30, for the purpose or
making any corrections and placing any
name on the assessment list that may-have
been omitted. J. D. M'COY,
CHARLES WH ANN,
j 1610 t
S. H. STAATS
XT . , j r- u • v-'j •
NainsOOOk and LamuflC IVugingS
With Insertions to Match.
Nainsook Embroidered All-Overs
for Children's and Infants' Wear.
I Torchon, Valenciennes, Black and White
I I 1^ I jj I li I" _
w*# ■ ^ ■■■ a » iv •
Cotton and Linen Edgings.
A choice assortment.
S. H. STAATS
405 Market Street.
We handle only the finest quality
especially adapted for
DRESSINGS and SALADS,
in pint and quart bottles.
Z. JAMES BELT,
Sixth aud Market Sts.
it AM a .j
W \ N .£ E£, »- Ww,t, y rt ®publl0»f» Aug.
_ 18 ae . g lveoeuta t in oliee. ni l-tf
TYTANTBD— Agents IX> a week sure t *
- vL " 0,l £ ,ri - Now woods. New plan. U'»
?i3!? oe &. sens u
•treei, SXSSSai *°- » ■
W A «oTr« 0—Slrlofcl,r po,, abie aud capable
salesmen to sell complete line of lu
uruat ngoils, areas>8. painter's supplies aud
specialties. Address tue Sterling ileilnlng
Co., Uevelaud, Ohio. Jil-Ot
W ANTED—To buy a light four whool no
top buggy. suitable for pony. one
Mint has been used but little preforrol. Ad
dieis or apply to Howard Fahey. kl7 Broome
• ur.iDce. 11.080 having worked Tor
.Prudential preferred. Address industrial
work Industrial ln
W/ ANTED—By a young man a position to
VV drive wagon and take care of horsoj
or working around store. Good refer mo.
Address J li this office. jg.tr
I8'J7. Address HEN KIT M WHITE.
J14-8t Chairman, State UomJ. Del.
W AN I ED— By the last of March, 3 or 4
f urnlihed rooms for liijht house keen
mg. must be north ol Seventh and
Address Housekeeper this ollloa
rHouso to rent. L-J. Urotnan, Real Estate
Agent, U05 Market street.
W ANTED,—Heip nji-nisned tor iioteii 1
mteuranta and private fawlltei il
•colt notice. Apply at the Wilmington ♦
Intelligence efllo* No, 6M tfhipUy ,tre a « .
Ltttch , e3 - w counter abaft* )L
J- lot of hangerj and belting, e circular
a™ a, != a * v,ce - 1 crindstone. 0 elrou
larsaws. i his lathe inaoblnery of the Ainerl
oun Corn Cob Pipe Company,and
cheap, us it has to be moved.
Will b9 BUld
Kf OWEN J. HH6HION,
No. 817 Lancaster avenue.
1j'OU8ALh—Or Exchange, a two and one
JJ Lair story modern residence loomed at
Newark. Del., convenient to railroad station
v rooms and d more oaaily partitioned on 3d
«!» 0 . o £ H* 1 ^ h , ot a,ld oold wator and hot wa
ter heating. Lot oo hy aoj. Beautiful lawn
and Shade and fruit trees, etc. Will soli or
exchange for city property. Address H.tJ.
Goldey, 8th and Marliet Sts,, Wu., Del.
F OR 8 A'LE—'I-story brick bouse. 1307 Wash
Ington street, J; rooms, sower connec
tions, lot 25xM0 teet, all in first class order.
Owner having no further use for If, will sell
uta r asonablesacrifice. Tbisls a very desi
rable properly, being on one of tho finest
streets In the city. Apply on the premises or
next door, 13U5. J ABES il.> DSON.
young bull, from stools with large but
ter records. Also choice registered Chester
oounty white pigs. All at farmers' prices. Ap
ply to or addies* H. Lewis Armstrong
Bedgaland Farm, Christiana, Hj. P. O.
SALK — Holstein oalves and
F OR 3 A LB—A large lot or candy tools, lu
eluding melds, drop raaoliines, tables,
furnace, slab, oako trough.and candy Heater
cryatailziug pans and copper kettles. Apply
1611 Jackson ctreot._ d8»eod If
f J'Olt BALE OR RENT—Fine residences a#
Oth and Franklin streets. Any otto look
ing for Uno homes should see .I. It. D, Saoii
A Son. 1710 Broome street or Did W. loth,
Jj'OIt SALE—Cheap, a No. ild-horae power
-L' electric motor, can ba seen running.
Apply FG Hodges,878 Tatnall St, Ji4-imeod
B ''Off SALE—At a bargain, 9 room house,
and butt), with aied kitchen, oontrally
located, Trout porch snd back poroti.wlth all
modernjconvonieneas. Addroas Bargain inis
Tj^OHBALE—Asbury Library and fixtures.
J. For terms apply to W J Johnson, 8i5
Bindley street or 1 H6 French street. J19- JI
SALK—tO I'uio Plymouth fioidt Cock
X 1 ereis Apply Siiertann Dayett Glasgow
Bel. Jan 18 4t*
B ^OR SALK—Horse, 2 seat car: mire barneys
prarie state iuoubat or brooder, bix lot
chickens, 9E Klirhth streit.or -weency Pines
Brandywine Hd. JlS-lls
F ull SA LB CHEAP—A bay horse for
ul use. Apply at this o'lice.
Are the only gaaulr** Pennyroyal Pith
mad®. Twa.it/-flve year*' oxpertenes
Bold l»y drugflsta. Office. 3t? N. Ntntt
street, Phlia. By mall or at offlaat II.
Advice free. Ladlex beware of ImUv
A DIBS < Chichester's
r.k* no other B«n3 *,,Vl»aip«, fof^itMlcuUra, RtlM
oun D —Sum or money. Llpplncott Sc Oo
311 Market street.
F OR RENT OR b ALB—Houses 713 Fronoh,
8'ff Tatnall, 609 w. 8th, eoi Van Buren.
HOB W. Front
Woo.llflwu, Also 7 roomed house.st ble aiul
truck lot on Kenuett
Address J, I'. Nichols, Highlands, Wll., Dsl.
city. A 1 *
month; a five
roomed house with anideu. 17 month; n umv
II roomed house in western part of oit,y.
Troll RENT-Dairy farm
X 1 roomed house IL'i p«
•June 1300 West Gtb street.
VUHl RENT-A tr
1 good buildsngs
near city limits known n« the Fox t
Thomas A. Lally, No 3
ihe New Castle
KENT—Coal and Fc
,l 'ook. Apply at Whit
.■ii.'" stree t*.
M.»H BENT- \
.a*. Bent -
r, 216 IV. 2nd street
eornur of Teulu t
t No 8 ! Lombard
TOR B EN i - —Tli i k
and IviricwouJ, Apply
:rroo us mi l
pureli. 81b Du Font, App
d Monroo sti\
WENT—Part of factory building, 8D
Tatnall stro-t. with or withom offija
;d powjr. Apply FGHodgoson prei
p,third aiul fourth h:
UOVtf M.irkot siroot, au'table
lodge room. Apply
10 B RENT—C!
L. J. Hrom
App v 211
■piOIt KENT—Htoro an l house.
at5) 4 Plus street.
NO IT 151
Are duo and payable in advance a the
office of tho Water Department, south west
•of King aud Sixth streets, lf paiu
f . will bo deducted
in January ton per
from the face of tho bill; if paid in Febru
ary 5 percent, will be deducted; if paid in
March, tho frtoo of the bill will be do
April 1st five per cent, will be added
the face of the bill, and the ferrules of de
linquents may be drawn. Office opeu 8 a.
4 p. 111.
JOHNS. GROHE, Registrar.
j l-l mood
OTLCE-Tlie annual meeting of
bora of the New t'Hstlo County Mutual
Insurance Company for the election of :
ayers will bo held at the
puny. No. tt'.JsJ Market street, on M
Inst, at 10 o'cl
OT1CE—Is hereby giv
en,t session of the ge ien
under sUnecl will apply f ir a
bis wire. Drama F Hasti
M. M. Cl
„ . Signed
Will. I. HASTINt
>e llt^ .'d
sets and wai?t9. Also Union H
AVard, 0J8 Market street.
"VtOTICR— I hereby giva notloe that.
TN apply at Ihu C 'liiin^ ,-o-tmui ul I
eral Assembly for an absolute divorce fr
"VTOTIOE—Is hereby given tliut 1 will apply
UN to the Present ScBilon of the I.eglsla^
a divorce from
Yeatman. Norman Yeatmaii.
OTICE--I hereby give notion that I hIiiiII
apply at the present session of the Leg
absolute divorce fre
husband, George E..Ferris,
HEW All D—I,
•.n, return to 1U0S 'V 3rd Ht. J V
OTICB—The annual meeting of
Creek Union Association for the Uotuo
tion of horse tluevcsand recovery
property, will ho hold ' at Union IIm'I,
Saturday, the 30th day of Jae unry, I89T, n
DA VID E A HTB UEN, Pre«.
R G Buckingham,
N OTICE—H. Hoegmseerger. M. D.. 618 liar
ket street, made the eye hie speolal
study in the universities of Vienna, Austria
•nd New York City, in the Philadelphia Poly
clm.ennct J Ills Bye U aspilal- He examine*
(slice and guarantees satisfaction. Gold
6lasses $2.00; steel glasses, 50 cents.
IkjOTIOB—third street bridge will bo closed
to trmfflo iteglaultig Friday, until fur
thernotloe, , <U tf
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