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DAILY REPUBLICAN.
Entered at the postoflee at «rtlinin«to* DU.
it m anm>11 I ulia.4 mall a it tap
I POBldtiUJiD DAILY, (ticlll SDKU1T.
—AT-
THE REPUBLICAN BUILQINS,
W' f.E. COB. THIRD AND KING STREET.
—BY—
U THE REPUBLICAN PILIN'TING AND
■§§£PU BLI91I ING CO.
FBIl»AY, JAM OiV s ii, 1807.
Pare Fleet Ions.
The Constitutional Convention has pro
.■Eparlded severe peualliea to prevent bribery
ftb elections. The pooplo generally
this action, but we should liko to
^^Hnpw how wo cuu have pure elections
j^Blwhon we have dishuuesl iu-poolers, for
4jers and law breakers. Tiiut such clmr
-fteters have held our elections, we have
^Bfftbumlant proof, and yet nearly every
■K^'toerof the Democratic party, including ;i
9kv portion of the Judges on the bench, and
K •Tory Democratic lawyer in the State.
Kv united in excusing amt upholding the vil
' lainy. Eveu in the case of a contest bc
KL tween two of the D in-ici.iti Ke,>;v.^'uln
Hws, a considerable nun:! • i •• patty
Is united iu upholding tl,-- I' m-1. ..nd yet
they aro all ropocubl.' ... 1 1: «:
When such ar-i.iiw are CH>nd»n-<l
by the party, how can wo i xpec- purity in
the elections? The L-gi-dutimi is made
up of politicians who do not scruple to
pass any net- to I ••■noli l their party. ILe
publicans can lie legislated out of olli.e
Without the leas' compunction of
vcieuce. The 1;
tlon of taxes lias been changed several
times to benefit the Democratic p.ii'v.
Republicans have been lug Plat ml out of
office and Democrats legislated m. s -ihat
Republicans may he d. prived of lin n \oi--s
and Democrats enaide-l to vote. \vh<» loiv -
Dot the shadow of a light to do so. ion 1
the possession of a 'ax renipt. The .- -*r..
drellsm practiced i.i ih> i ix otli- i: lias !,<•■ u
such as to provoke rebellion ami v t i
teems to be no hope of redress. And y.-t
the authors of such villoma - n ■ h-m.i
able men! Hiiamo i n -,r.;iindrelnm.
and yet it seems there is no p-ini-.liiic.-nt
H for it. The honest lawyer u|-*i ,ul ir and
defend it, uml it really seems ;
though a majority of
to wink at it. W e ha\«- certainly failen
ou evil limes and t - i the knave
the one side and i he n n -. win)
feat-their party if th-.-v caniioi 11:*v.• their
way, there is little hope fur the
f lire. Wo congratulate the over good me
; In the Republican party
in regard to the collec*
• judges are ready
ivill de
it*
There see
•d epidemic of robberio, i
months
to ben regular old fas!
I
i
- test
They are bccom
j. Mrely too
t; means of stirring up the police to gr
t •ettvily. Tho majority of Hie mV
[ kave taken place light iu tho heart of tin* j
is s
esfc. But all the
same, the number of robberies
Increase. Will we have more tin
r these midnight prowlers when t'
■ plug post Is abolished in o
[ wperlment had bettor bo
5 the session and If found to
iml should be the !
1 OHV, where the police protect,h
bo the v
the
liver of |
i The
•ied eirly in i
o popular
•Uiongst the criminal i i i^se
' visits to replenish their depleted b ink ao
| count, the Legislatin
to place tho law
5 statutes. The abolishing of this law
v dis
; petitioned
of
would let the sheriff
agreeabld task, at, every s
eaurt. The bill has beet
read In ths Sen it -, aud it looks
H|would receive tho majority ol the
In iho Legislature to do
of the
offered and
il
it h
b ALL tho talk thus far iu the C
j llonal Convention has bee
i enacted that prohibits bribery ana pre
b tribes the punishment wheu found out
| ia our {state. There has beet,
t made to pass a law that will i»
I box Bluffers or inaiiipuhuuiri ol
I aftor they have beoi
K thirteen
j their tally sheets at the last
I «itv of Wilmington. Th;
i Indicted und one of the
I when it wus found the
■ faulty and the Inspector dim barged iron;
I custody. His cu-.v v tlr.i the
turnl all the indie
I Does this look like
I who commit
tb have a
luer ! \\
I'H
;politics? Bi
Mi'll to it.
I the people are
Well Ad.li. ks <>
iln Washing**'
Mill v»
Kol. Henry
BTlor right
MjSfliltng that lone .Mill nitre S
Pi allotted lo Delawuie. W h .wil
■hereby be bcati d.
|don t think ii wd 1
|The inoinber.-i of
Hdoctcd him nevci
elves. H tlm
Ht should Is*,
Elblican. But what is tin- use of talking
terhtn Democrats thernsoivc^ think nothing
<1
and
\Yc
I. gully elected
n el.' Ill* as
C Pv!
Vulllll
auuthor
|lUt, and matte to give up tlicit s'
Nothing
kuatler is allowed lo *1
Buquiry lut « i . But
ai's D on .
The theatrical p
manager into
Che police u
fill hoards uml they will \
lence to insure a convn i
lounble posters, *• \ !i 11 *.
altitudes, and ill tie : ,ir;i
the Garden - ii L l
ns uf
rile .j!
be suppressed, and th
fi,qrill he to impose a lit
? ger, who hi
gSmprcss ou t lie advam
fthc ordinance g
H TitL i:k has been a protest
wfflee agalust City (,'uum I ;
;-pny money this yc
'The writer holds
^properties
Blind so many
the po
been derelict i
Ins
of the sin V.
oiling pastel
being sold by
sheriff
of work, that
Hy fathers should rctrei
Pitch
p(s.,i,!. : There
a better time for ihem t . i ,v 1 n
Im
that
possibly
I
I ^ALTHOUGH tlie County
jltttpty, the expenses >A tl
m (obtest will be paid I v
g f^S Speaker of the Houso, M
•aid he will order the cot
days. This contest w:,i
ma.000; this
hea'.ir Dickey
; .id In %
x payers will
i >y- But tha people don't apptit
! hew tbelr
mey is spent.
^PBETTER MffUS, bs
ifSireets should be placed
|(ltera. Every street
^wiiould have the
It make? It easier for W..
well as strangers to fiiri
Kitbund our city and keeps ti
Hteyiog too far away m
THE slippery condition
,n Wednesday night, in our c
5 ause of numerous accidents, .
k; Kftlthough painful, wen
I scoinpaniod by fatal
R pGOVBRNOh Tuuuell, a:
E'. If out* of the politc.-t i
F Ub easy to approacli.
F Iwt a rsnprctful bearlr..,
nesof tbe
tho Direct cor
ie of tlmt
%
ay
• ; th
nachelor
We hope the mews eorntn* from Dover
that the LogWature will not peas mmy
partl»um laws is true. We are more than
pleased to even think that such will he a
fact. But atm we can toll more about it
by the time the Legislature adjourns. It
is to be hoped the members of tbo LegU
latnro will permit the few Republicans
residing in Delaware to stay here in
midst uutil Gabriel sounds his horn and
gathers them into the fold where there will
be no elections or payment of
to enter in.
AT a meeting of the clergymen and lay
of Methodist, Presbyterian and Bap
tist eliurcbos, held in Annapolis, Md.,
Thursday evening, resolutions were adopt
ed protesting against the sale of Sunday
newspapers and demanding tho closing of
the post office
wanted everything closed up except tho
churches.
State tax
Sunday. Iu fact, they
SCHRADER, tho divine healer, who
city, left
mysteriously
mysteriously dropped into
Bridgeport, Conn.,
Thursday. No remarkable cures were
ado by him during his stay at Bridgeport
not what
It is believed his finances
they should have baou, audtho Lord called
him away as usual.
That true friend to all suffering with
col vis and coughs, Dr. Bull's Cough, will
always help and never disappoint you ""
other cough remedies do.
a MC.NOCIMT1G FAUOE.
Tliroo Aria With
lr la Fnnrtoil
7', DicUry uml Wondwnrd \V. •Jteulra
rn
The Democratic farce in three acts.
The dram:
drama and was quite interesting, amusing
and at times v
what is called a lnclo
. realistic. The scone
laid in New Castle county, John T.
Dickey and Woodward W. Chealrs
the principal actors, while tho Legislature
furnished the si cue* aud accessories to tho
play.
ACT i.
ratio party In New Castle
< and nominated several catidi
The D
county
dates for the Legislature amongst the
number being John T. Dickey and Wood
ward W. Chealrs. Their names will he
printed
election day, the 6th of November. Here
thocurtain. falls and iho scenery isput lu
place lor the second act.
the official ballots aud voted
ACT. II.
Tho election is held; Dickey finds he is
defeated, he concocts a scheme to have
himself counted in and June colleague
counted out. Ho notified tne inspectors to
meet him at the Young Men's Democratic
Market street. The
of them pro
feasible and
headquarters
met as arruugud and
tested. But the plan w
as they were promised protection
immity from punishment before tho
. they at last consented to carry
, t heir part of the deal.
•e-s iry tor Dickey to go
•o, he being a Saulsbury man ho would
be a great help to him.
Then being a politician and a wire pull
It was really
the Legisla
e lopes completely. Here's
•noted
as also e
I T inn for Sheriff and
. The In
in persuaded out of
>t listen to any
They had made up
• raid be counted in
a 1 'hough lie lacked a lew votes of beating
Uli airs lioiie-itly, nnd they wore as do
count in Toman, nnd they
to of their
« I* 1 -'
\V
, 1)
i
b'tt they Would
, th r.D.rke
them,
goneImek
rs bad
raid of being caught nnd probably
t to jail. Th
*J>Mt
Cbeuirs
through nl! right but right
Ti..i .s immediately secured tho
s uf two young attorneys, who im
t i ed a vigorous protest.
(T III.
u t in tho comedy took pit
imediateiy after
Investigation
of (jhonirs. The committee
aud orders the ballot boxes brought
t-. ft..' capital. Tic.: »hci iff hastons to obey
tl.■■ summons. And when the keys arede
n. tiidcd •»[ him, lie promptly refuses to
d'Ttvi r them without an order from the
.Speaker of the House. This is where red
nod for Dickoy und hlssupport
• is But thoChftairs peoplo
hitch lu tho see
Th - ti
i, Duvr. Tho Hons
u i he c11
lire is
lismayed
cry, which refused
had the necessary
holding It aloft visits the sheriff
vs possession of the keys. Here
jvt for Chealrs
to work
i ti'i
d
T'nbl-.u
•teil amidst great,
mtiuued interruptions
e Dickey actors and chief support
.1 .'lines Ponder. The uxcitumo
l,. h that Un- tally clerk of Dickey. Her-
rs his tally sheet to law-
dcr, who sticks it in his inside
k«t aud makes off with it. The vote
t last counted and Dickey declared
ion. The committee makes
the House which immediately
f-"iis Mr. Cheaii'4, and John T hands over
the keys of the desk which he
r of the House for li
'bus tho
- a t liing of the past.
Knst tin'
vci 1*.
the I
ied i
'heair.s 1>- k<
Th" Far.
ill lie held at F. Itun. Wedm
arv There will'
. and tl
J
• 24. tho B.
• of Hull
li l;
li oper
Sleeping Cars
if. i 1>.;
v, 111 tli;
aki
: direct
li)
ion in Baltimore will
l'h it.:;lol phi a.8 15 a
Chester.8.32 a
Wilmington.8 41) a
L
Ni
lunatl_
Arrive U
I ndiauapulid..
l North
Crawfonlsvillc
11;
the West
principal points
;*> Alumni Assnch
i lt! i its entertainment, ci
of the High
!u ot, tin
I "Littlo Rebel"
Ui" p'ay
i' li '• hey pi' ■ giving i
f the High School in the
hi V 1
Lit
Mr 'I ' ' II. K i r i- aiding i
>i) < f tlioe prod lie' in
the direr
d they prom
!e eliH'.aet
•slra. which is
condition, will fu;
presr
I .1 :
" forth i
\ «•!)'
In'ori iinn'e.
1 1 ■ Dover
Index says: Elijah ('und
iillc, w
sell his pcr.-.om
pn
■ar Little
the north. The money
l paid for his little Ii
ho came here fr.
w i 11 > d i
foilt ited
n Fall Hi
im the t
Mi
dn ppe
:. i ; ff.- h is
It
I'*n
..ip! of
s
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b..
Ai.ii.
Il met
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CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
Tit fac
H failure
Is
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9i
IN SENATE
AND HOUSE
Speaeer Uiggiit Announces His
Intention to Iosue the Order
For Payment of the
Dickey-CheairsCon
test Expenses:
DOVER, Jan. 21.—Iu the Houso to day
Speaker Kiggiu announced that New
Castle county was entitled to pay tho
costs of the Dickey—Chealrs contest, and
ho will iu a fow days issue un order
tho Levy Court of that couuty for tho
full amount of tho bill.
Mr. McCoy came to tho front to-day
with a bill for tho charter of the New
Castle, Newport and Wilmington Rail
way Company. It is tho same company
that win chartered two yoars ago. Its
rouio would be by Elsmoro to Newport
whore there Would be n beautiful park In
tho woods along that little town, whore
there is a beautiful lake.
A branch of tho road would
Brandywine Springs. Tho capital stock
is 1100,000, with power to increase to 6300,
O0U. The proposed corporators are Stephen
P. M. Lusher, JosephTl. Gould, David W.
Elkintou, Jolm A. Cranston, Samuel A.
McDaniel, Hiram R. Boric, W. Atwood
Woldin, Wlufleld S. Quigley, Thomas
Holcomb ftml Albert K. Kruse.
The better element of the Democratic
party is opposed to the postponement of
tho Wilmington City election for
year. But little business was transacted
•day the members of the House devoting
of tho lime to d siussing whether
they should employ a typewriter, and
horting one another to be careful about
bills that are presented, especially those
scut frotu Wilmington. Mr.. Cbeuirs has
boon appointed chairman of tho Com
mlttco on Municipal Corporations, to
succeed Mr. Dickey, who was ousted, and
Wilmington has no member in tbo
Houso it is supposed Chealrs will look
after the bills from that city.
Edward O. Raymond was elected enroll
ing clerk of the Bonatu to-day.
Washington
thelDelawaro case will await the decision
of the Committee on Privileges and Elec
tions upon the DuPont petition, uuder an
agreement reached to-day by tho repre
sentatives of both sides of the Senate, and
tho credentials of Kounuy and the so-call
cd credentials of Addicks will bo with
held fur t he present. This agro
made this morning by Mr. Ho
chairman of the Committee
and Electh
Mitchell, of Oregon), and Mr.Gray,of Del
aware, the leader of the minority on that
committee.
Tho agreement indicates that n majority
of the .Senate could not bo had to adopt a
motion giviug Kenney the Delaware sent
the Governor's certificate before tho
question as to whether tho DuPont caso
shall be reopened has been decided. No
body expects that tbo DuPont caso will
be reopened, but it is evident, that tho
seating of Kouncy will bo delayed. Ad
dicks, of eourso,
! and will get no consideration beyond
a purely formal and perfunctory hear
ing.
11
f
the
I na
ement was
. acting
Privileges
(in the absence of Mr.
real figure la tl
Mr Kenney nnd Mr. Addicks
In the marble room of the Somite this
afternoon, talking with their friends
among the Senators.
Senator Gray had Mr. Kenney in charge,
and Introduced him to other Democratic
Senators. Aftor explaining tho situation
to him it
Kenney
' 1:
, of course, a disappointment
to have his credentials pre
sented immediately, but he realized that
iu the present, condition of affairs he could
not. forco the fighting.
Senator Gray, as the Democratic Senator
the leader
tho Committee
fr
Delaw.
, aud also
of the Democrats
Privileges and Elections, had to take
charge of tho case,
ney and he aro so far apart
though Mr. Ken
the sliver
question and have little in common
any question and Mr. Kenney could only
acquiesce in whatever Mr. (4ray might do,
Under tho agreement botweeu Mr.Hoar
and Mr.Gray the Committee on Privileges
and Elections is to take tho DuPont peti
tion up promptly at its meeting next
Wednesday, without waiting for the
turn of Chairman Mitchell. Of course
the committee will have tobear tho at
torneys, so that some time may bo con
sumed and the case may go over Into the
next session, ns the Republican Senators
desire, s
keep the Delaware
A majority of tho committee and a
opposed to
jority of the Senate
ening the DuPont caso, and a majority
the Senate is in fnvor of seating Ken
ney, but evidently Mr Kenney will have
to wait, and meantime Colonel DuPont
encourages himself with the belief that he
may be able in somo way to get in.
The manifesto issued hy tho members or
the bolting (or Addicks) Legislature of
Delaware, signed by tho presiding officers
of the two bodies, will
both branches
The manifesto appears in the shape of a
petition asking Congress to investigate
tho recent elections in Delaware.
According to the reports of ids utter
ances. Mr Addicks, of Delaware, expects
I to get in
! in thus*
presto tod in
Congress to morrow.
tho .Senate of tho United Si
the cjurpo: bag
m in iu |*»73
able that, we
rue. .Mr Ad
1
Sl'cne
: in the 1.
re a, l
d good government tho
I'der
aterially different.
III 1S73 the
to»s of the war were still ile
rn the ears of tho Kepubli
-I the kind who coinposeJ
.:ng majority of tho Senate,
got up a contest
to which a Democrat had
no matter upon what flimsy
would bo admit
ligblful
the
and any Rep
for tho so.ii
been elected,
and out rage o:n pretex
o.l. It is rat her diff.jr
^In 1873 the Republicans had a secure
i majority of lr
i Furthermore, it
18
tho
in
niinoruv.
•piestionahlo whet h r
ty I her
•uld hosltate to viola',
ir conscience
it tod .Spencer.
tlm
their oaths
win.
.
who
Mr A iilicks is entirely
ing tint his Logi6latu
stltutei! a body
as lawfully
the one which chose Mr.
opuuccr. Tho rump Lcgisluturc which
elected Spencer was made up i
till! s
ixactly
tho
p Delaware
■ munucr i
T ho regular anil lawful Legislature,
composed of n majority ot members of
both houses, with duly made out cer
tificate of election,metal tho Ptate House
in Montgomery and elected Fri
Skyes The rump Legislature met in the
federal court house, kindly loaned foi the
purpose by tho United States marshal,
woo. as iho United States carpet-bag
mar Jmls In those days generally (lid,
devoted most of his time to the manage
anipulatlon of State politics.
■in W
This rump Legislt
Rcimb'.ican members with proper ccrtiii
rates of election ami nine additional
who el limed to have boon elected, hut who
liad no certificates, and who hud made
ease of a contest before tho lawful
Legislature.
Tho presence of these nine
make n quoru
he selection cf Mr
and
t hey all took pa
\t that
rould have made
renee to the partisan majority in tin
•liether it was nine
s have changed sine
iy
then, and Mr. Addicks will find himself
awfully mistaken in his
Possibly Mr. Addicks
mind the little
' ' * '--in
icipntion-.
ay have in his
•i"k
ii tempted hy Mr.
impatient th:
hours which
dis
iq) with the prolimlm
When tho
s wer • being sworn in.
ii k(
' iris els
Mr
fr
of the side do
three others, v
not he see
But tin
- amt got li- liiml
e he thought lie would
ogle eve of Th
■as then i
uI).>ii him. Mr. Bayard
and imlig
antly objected and Mr. en ;er sneaked
\v ns In- had s
nkctl
as inarolicd in the n*
day lu speaking of this outrageous e:
which Mr Addicks rugi
in his fav-.r, it is interesting to
> throe
. Ills little tr
failed.
pr.ee
• Ilia
•n elected
Republic;
stomach
• proei eding They were Fenton, of
, of Nebraska,
New Ye.k.
li iimi11on, t.f Texas
tV lint
i. I- Snlirr Snv*.
. N. Y.
pro. hi red to a iy
Is i hut has ov
tenli.
j .' s 'i'; u
I
Hu
It ll"!
in -r <:
N i«. Dmii
sd Market
*
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Tie fis
is
^ irupps*
, Signature
l
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a generous sample will be mailed of the
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(Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon
strate the great merits of the remedy.
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56 Warren 8t., New York City.
Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont.,
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Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
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EXECUTORS' BALK
-OF
KKAL ESTATE.
E
By virtue of a renewed order of Yhe Or
phans' Court of the State of Delaware, in
and for New Castle county, made at
8epteml>er
posed to sale at public vendue, on Satur
day, the 23d day of January. A. D. 1897,
2 o'clock p. in., at the Court House, in the
city of Wilmington, the following de
scribed real estate, late of Joseph Tatnall,
deceased.
No. 1. I.
the
, A. D. 1896, Will be
wit:
beginning
of Market street, about 75 feet east of
Twenty-eighth street at the easterly
of bouse No. 2809 Market street; thence
northerly parallel with Twenty-eighth
street 90 feet; thence westerly parallel
with Market street 75 feet to Twent
eighth street; thence thereby northerly
lands of Lenderman;
thence thereby easterly 79 feet 8 Inches,
thence northerly parallel with Twenty
eighth street
thence thereby easterly 106 feet,
lands of Edmund Wilson; thence
by said Wilson and others 192 feet 3 Inches
Market street, und thence thereby
westerly 113 feet to place of beginning.
No. 2. Lot at tho southeast comer of
Tatnall und Twenty-eighth streets, front
Tatnall street 190 feet and extend
ing this width 100 feet
No. 3. I.ot beginning
Moore street 86 feet west of
eighth street, having a frontage of 76 feet
4 Inches and a depth of 67 feet 3 Inches.
No. 4. Lot
Tatnall and Twenty-eighth streets, front
Tatnall street 187 feet 10 Inches, and
Moore
northerly side
54 feet 3 inches
Moore Btreet;
feet
Ing
Moore street.
southerly side of
Twenty
the southwest corner of
lug
extending this width 90 feet
street.
No. 5. Lot with the buildings tlifcieon
the southerly side of batnali
•t, extending from Twenty-tlfth
Twenty-sixth streets, with depth
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets of
162 feet 3 Inches.
situate
str
No. 6. Lot with stable thereon, situate
tbeast corner of Tatnall and
Twenty-fifth streets, being 160 feet.
Tatnall street and 90 feet
Btreet.
the
Twenty-fifth
No. 7. Lot Irregular in shape, Cltuate
the easterly side of IClIlott avenue be
tween Tatnall and West and bounded by
William Simmons, John S. Eee
. lielre of Thomas Mousley, and others,
having about 111 feet frontage
avenue.
No. 8. Lot beginning at
northerly
westerly from Twenty-third street: thence
northerly at right angles
and extending this width westerly
and parallel with West street
avenue.
No. 9. Lot with
Ing thereon
street 150 feet east
feet front and 100 feet deep.
No. 10. Lot
and Jefferson
tb*th street and extending this width
Jefferson street
Side Improvement Company, about 253
feet,
point
id* of West street, 103 feet
West street,
162
El! lott
•y frame dwell
northeriy side ot Elliott
: ' of Elliott avenue, 25
northeast corner Twentieth
5 feet
T
North
land
easterly side of Twentieth
No. 11. I,
street, beginning 115 feet northerly fr
Jefferson
Twentieth
thence northerly along
35 feet, and extending
width easterly parallel with Jefferson
land of North Side Improvement
.y, about 210 feet.
buildings thereon,
Boulevard. Nineteenth
hounded by
and Jefferson streets, and land of Willif
]' Bancroft, fronting
Boulevard, 100
fec-t.
No. 13. Lot northeast corner Nineteenth
and Monroe streets, frontage on Nine
teenth street of 200 feet and .Monroe st
of 100 feet.
No. 14. Lot hounded hy the Boulevard,
Nineteenth, Twentieth and Monroe
streets.
No. 15. Lot beginning at northeast
of the Boulevard and Twentieth
street; thence by Twentieth street south
•sea about 122 feet
point 247 feet north of Jefferson street;
thence easterly parallel with Jefferson
street about 155 feet to land of North Side
Improvement Company; thence thereby
northwesterly about 188 feet to Boulevard,
and thence thereby southerly 114 feet
thp place of beginning.
No. 16. Lot beginning at southeast
Boulevard and Twentieth street;
thence southerly along said side of Boule
vard 68 feet 8 Inches; thence easterly
right angles to the Boulevard 128 feet,
Twentieth street, and thence
courses to
thereby northwesterly
place of beginning.
No. 17. L
ginning 75 feet north of Nineteenth street;
therly 12o
east side Boulevard be
thence by said Boulevard
feet; thenr-e easterly
Boulevard about
; th
a point 150 feet fi-
ner for 1
westerly about
thence there
right angles
feet to Twentieth
:e thereby southerly 40 teet
Jefferson street, a
thc-nce thereby
lot No. 18;
by to the place of beginning.
; beginning at northeast cor*
Nineteenth street and the Boule-
vard; thence northerly by the Boulevard
gU •
less.
IC
124 feet
ieei, iiienoe easterly at right
Hie Boulevard 68 feet, more
Lea's line; thence westerly parallel with
65 feet, more
iy said lands southerly 85
Nineteenth street,
.leffer
•r; the;
feet
thence there
' beginning.
■ lost
eth street
north of Jefferson
northerly along said side
rommeneing
extending
f Two
lands of North
tills w
Improvement < ompnny.
No. yi. I.ot southeast corner Nineteenth
Male
of 195 fee
el with Woodd.ile
' North Side Improvement
la
.ompany.
No. 21. 1
'oriif'i of Monroe
beginning at the northwest
Twentieth streets;
t.erly along Monroe Btreet 89
es; thenep northerly parallel
3 ini
200 feet; thence
with Twentieth strei
18 feet to N
Twentletb e
No. 22. L<
Nineteenth
Monroe street about
ny said lnr.il and
•t to place of oeglnnlng.
hoMtnied by Eighteenth,
Male avenue,
: an*l North Side Improvement
e'H, W
Park
•many's land.
No. Lot bounded by Eighteenth
s'reel, Park lane, Willow lane and North
Bide Improvement Company's lands.
No. 24 Lot bounded by Sixteenth street,
Glen avenue, Washington and West
rtheast corner Sixteenth
Slxtee
,lt.g this width easterly
No. 25. I.
and W< s
West street 110
No. 26. L
tcenth and West
No. 27. Lot l.Agm
"West street. 10(j foe
southwest corner Feven
100 feet square.
of
nth
ride of
.d extending this
width southerly parallel with Seventeenth
; ilH-nc
>"t
the southerly
rest cf Seven
mce southerly parallel
beginning
No. 28.
' Wes
side
i.teentli street
itrallei with West street about
•enue; thence northerly
• atiout 105 feet to
th<-nee thereby 100 feet,
place of beginning,
tiled
75 fee
along said av<
by Hev
lots Nos. :
• Wiiittuker.
month
No. 29. 1.
. !
(Den
id lands of O
3o. L
! * ginning
No.
feet south
tilt
• southerly along Sov
c; the
Wes
•xtending tl
•itli West site
o' ? iy pata'.i
12" IV.'
No 31. Lot northeast corner Sevent'enth
. fr
Tatnall street
therly 7r feet o
. Tin
s 1
•cp.
land with buildings tb.ere
asterly
No. 32.
of
imp ib'
b
Ta*
rlv
•i- soutlierly pnrulle
ib I'j'.i
: 'Im
2 ill-'!
157
the
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erly r* "'H
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.■dings i
ui ad.i
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A
e given ;
TATNAl.l
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J'ATNALL.
TATNAl.l.
is Davis, i;- - .
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I'hotiCs Ju and 111
I
NEW CASTLE NEWS,
Correspondence of the RkrtTBLlCAs.
New Castle. Jan. as.
New Cutis was trwttv.l to llie obnoxious
sight yesterday afternoon of a special of
ficer from Wilmington walking around
city under tbo influence of liquor. The
came over on the afternoon train and
was taken off by directions of tho conduo
It was a good thing he did not come
in coutnoi with certain persons with whom
he had tifts lost summer at the base ball
grounds iu Wilmington. Officer Morgau
received several complaints about his con
duct towards tho school children. The
going towards tho
depot to talco the 5 86 train for Wllming
, but ho did uot do so, and his brother
' here iu search of him lust evening,
he is employed ns a private watchman.
Some person had the cheek
marked copy of n so-called paper marked
with red ink to tho writer. Time is too
precious to waste on such a shoot
sender. Red, white and blue, stars and
stripes, make tho writer's flag, toll Ills
English was
will bo wauted iu
'
send a
tho
choice of nations, and
ever wauted
the writer's flag.
New Castle is
great plaoo for
plaint. First tho peoplo complained of
the poor light and tho City Council
awarded tho contract to tho Elcctrio Rail
v Company.
Tho latter Is as slow
getting tho town wired and tho lights lu
you and let
j lights do t heir duty.
This column is open to all patrons of
tho paper but not the for purpose of abuse.
who is left without food und a
homo by his sons is owed mouoy by City
Council oml the road commissioners he
cannot bo helped to go to Bridgeton by
saying hard things la the New Castle
letter.
Tho New Castle letter yesterday looked
If the members of tho militia had join
not the
New Castle In
position. (lot a move
8 *o how tho
If a
e'd tho T. A B. Society. It
fault of tho writer. Ro would not bo
guilty of saying that certain militia
would bo noble enough to join a temper
ance soolety. Such is life, however iu
this world.
Mrs. Mary Weggenmann hold a family
reunion last evening. Slxtoou of her
children and grand childreu were present.
Thoso present enjoyed a delightful time.
At the mooting of the A. O. U W.
members
Lodge Inst evening four
admitted and two inombers rejected.
Tho latter actiou
because the two applicants
Catholics. Tho matter will be aired in tho
Grand
certain statements unbecoming lodgemen
taken it is stated
Roman
certain members made
'i- ■
men of good moral character, able
, a llvelinoodandbelteves iu fho ere
of the Universe congregate and baud
themselves for death benefits.
Tho Shakespeare Club held an Interest
ing meeting last evening.
Jacob Wood and A. J. Bollows of Phil
adelphia, visited New Castle yesterday.
At a meeting of Friendship Conclave
No. 8,'a held last evening, six victims par
took of hay, crushed oats and corn.
Charles Ault of Pottstown and Percy
of Philadelphia visited friends in
tier
Jeffor
New Castle yesterday.
The bridge for tho electric road to be
the cut-off
shipped
placed
Wednesday.
(JOimoll't Work.
City Council last night accepted tho
Law and Finance Committee's report that
Mary Patton bo refunded 610.70 overpaid
tax. Chairman O'Neil of the Law Com
mittee reported having been at Dover In
company with Messrs. Leary and Oborly,
lu the Interest of the ordinance providing
a sinking fund commission for this qity.
The chairman further reported that tho
members of both houses of the Legislature
had treated tho members of Council kindly
and a motion to extend a vote of thanks
the legislators
adopted.
Dennis J. Menton of tho Park Commis
sion through a communication asked for
the appointment of a second commission
to view and assess damages to the proper
ties of the Gallagher and Townsend
estates at Fifteenth and Market streets,
the first return being too high. The flret
commission awarded tho Gallagher heirs
t84"S and tho Townsend heirs $4095. The
report was referred to the Law and Fi
nance Committees nnd City Solicitor
Harman with power to net.
City Treasurer Adams reported tho
balance in Union National Bank to bo
1)7,523.81 in each of tho four depository
banks, $10", total 6131,523.81; special fund
for park purposes. $12,268.63. The collec
6 "ns were: City Tax Collector Saver ,
¥700; Edmund Mitchell, Jr., $1 525. Resi
of tho Niuth ward, through
Mr. Watson, presented a petition praying
f ,r f.
to tho Street aud Sewer Department.
I Tutor the head of unfinished business
C minima Oberly of the Crematory Com
mittee presented tho resolution of tho
Board of Healtli regarding the eulargo
meut of the present Crematory, it being
too small, which was referred to tho
Crematory Committee with power
In tho matter.
Mr. Smith moved that tho clerk be in
structed to notify tho Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company to place at Pennsyl
vania avenue and Union street in addi
tion to the gatojtcnder a flagman to
the people of approaching trains. Mr
Smith and Mr Watson both spoke in
favor of the motion nnd said that very
often the gates wore not lowered.
Mr. Oberly moved to amend to have a
flagman also at tho Hawley street
ing This was accepted and tho motion
was then adopted.
Pictures! Picture Frames! and
panels, Hiram Verger, No 11 East Third
street,
seconded aud
d
lights there,which was referred
Friday and
Saturday 22nd
and 23 rd we
will sell all
$1.00 Underwear
at half price.
This includes
all garments
reduced to this
pric e.
WYATT & C 0 „
Kin mm;
003 MARKET STREET
tirlaundry re<
of work Collars 1 ce
Belt's Violet Chappene
Au elegant and efficient ct
pod hands and face, *
Snps'et.lf 1 "
Not Greasy or Sticky.
Pries, 15 Gents a Bottle.
Made only by
Z. JAMES BELT.
i'll ARMACISTS,
Sixtii and Market Sfcg.
I
:l King S' reels
Post U;»
lof W
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H
It
.1 bloo.l- J'i
iads oat» " cents.
.
Is
puce. I'.n
ilia pi micapounds for
package,
i-. Wh^u
s I a i
Hint
'a
each, I"'.'
P
i po .ml.
j Klrgautt
peuna a TM Wi
T
LOOK THROUGH
A MICROSCOPE
at the matter deposited on
tho teeth and gums of any individ
ual, ai d you will see a great num
ber of animal and vegetable para
sites. To keep the mouth free from
these germs you must uss some an
tiseptic Methol and Thymol are
o the best. They are both constitu
ents of
MCNTHOlSI
THYMOll
MB'*#!
orrisEI
, * 11 " i u
% $
♦It
VIOLET FLORAFOAM
c/'J' 5

Hence---Violet Florafoam ia tlie
best tootbwash made, because it ia
truly antiseptic.
It acts by destroying parasites in
stantly. It whitens the teeth, per
fumes the breath and contains noth
ing injurious.
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NOTE. ITS ECONOMY
9
(f ptR r|f
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It only costs 25c and requires but
a few dojis on a wetted toothbrush.
One bottle can be used by a whole
family.
v
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V
For Sale by all druggists.
25C.
66
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 ofirs too.
Rut we
Send in
I
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FRENCH 5TR;ET WrIARF
COAL TIME
V)
v, IS AROUND
r^Ai F.verybody wants good, strong, heat
I^Aj producing coal. We pride ourselves
j®>)i upon our ability to select the Best and
|w Purest Coal to be had. VVe also pride
jK'ourselves upon our prompt delivery.
It ian'tpleasant to wait a day or two for
coal to be delivered in the middle of
winter. VVe would like to have you
V as one of our patrons and feel sure
• after a trial, you would never go
; elsewhere.
il
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CHARLES WARNER COMPANY,
Ceultal Office, Ninth und .Shipley Sts
Foot of Market Street.

0
V'
n
J
Good Tilings Come
To Tbo Top
every time. There
arc no better shoes made than thoso we
sell, anil it hasn't taken them long
to the top. Shoes to bo satisfactory
"must look well, wear well and feel well.
Our shoes always look stylish and fit like
cotton—they
it comes to shoe
a glove—they foel
wear beautifully,
satisfaction
go ahead of
s«asy
Wh
feel confident
JOHN J. HAYES,
No. 13 East Second Strait,
IT COSTS NOTHING
EYE SPECIALIST,
W. H. P0DEST&,
FRIDAY, at
606 MaSkct St..Wilmington.
If you hove been having unusual
headache* lately, or a little extra tne of your eyes
inures nnnoynnre, don't de.'a.v, the cxnniiuu
Hod uud advice is positively F
dozea* or applicants -
owsiimire daily. What have you
n. 11A WKINB. I'.i Market .treat
jy 16-tf
Ws Have
m
« and 8 WEST SIXTH STREET.
Quick LuitCit, Oysiar a.r! Chop
llo'jse.
Tht Fnilinr lluiue 4»t»eii A tl Night.
tooBet
BECKETT'S
ANNUAL
Water Rents.If
Are due nnd payable in advance at the
office of the Water Department southwest
cornorof King and Sixth streets If paid
in Jnnumy ten por con-, will ba ^lotootod
from tho face oi t.ie b:.. .. paid .ti reuru
ary 5 percent, will bo aaauctau, paul in
March, th; face of the hi*.', will bs de
niandod.
April 1st five per cent will lie milled to
the face of tho bill, nml the ferruies of 3 a
linquonts may be drawn. Office open i *
John S. GROHS. Registrar.
to
. u
Malison 8t*
1 'd
jl i
BALK—Household
- *- -• No. 616
A IIKDAV. J AN, 2 3 I'd, l ii'.
P l 'ri
I
at 9 30 o'clock
idstca la st anils Ingrnln,
• car pots, loiinge, c
Consist ing of
! n .<1 chairs, eurtnI iim. stoves,
nicnsils. and
moiitioiicd.
|
;
ms* and chInn
.Llli CLOUD..'
MRS. MOORE
j ' {c * d * v ',
guarani
radio to
»'* grave
your
K. Dili Street. -5 Hi.d 5no
. tl
reonmr yuur houssa
ill ; U' eollvettug rente try
;ylre4l IIA w KtNN T13 Murker
NlVlTCFW.
the pres
ent soeslou ol the gee.end assembly.
divorce from
N
OT1CK—Is hereby given
undersigned will apply r
h'8 wife. I mtnti F Bust luge. Signed
Win. I. IIASTINtJH,
j 19-20
OTICE—I hereby gfve iintloe that I will
apply at iho coming vision of tho Goa
eral Assembly for an abs"
my wile Margaret!a llo
JHKIFTOlMlilt HON AS'Ml
N
divurco from
d28 lm
OT1CR—Is hereby
to iho I ndent Session of
for h divorce
Yeatinun. Norman J caiman.
OTICE -1 hereby give
apply
leluturc
husband, Gcoige F..Ferris
1
apply
: l.egislu
N
wife Mat
ll.
;e that I
-slon of tho l.
•ce from
N
aVb'olutu d;
ANMEH 1* Kit IHS.
J, R, HUDSON & GO.
Nos, !5 and 17 Market St.
Harrison Brothers Town and
Country Faints.
Leather and gum bolting, nnd oils for
machinery and burning oil.
120
S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
directed,
SHERI I*
of Lev
public sale ■.
Market street between
Tenth and Eleventh streets, In the city
will be expoxefl
Court House.
Wilmington, New Castle
Delaware.
ON SATURDAY,
THE 30th DAY OF JANUARY, 1897,
2 o'clock p. m.,
the following described real estate, viz
All that certain lot or piee
•o-story brick house thereon
Ninth ward of the city cf
boundad and
ti
situate in
Wlimingti
aforesaid,
follows, to
side of Thirteenth street at the dis
cs feet 2 inches westerly fr
erly side of lleald street;
und parallel with lleald
ing through tlie centre
the east
:erly parallel with riilt
a stake; thence
:ih lleald street and pas
re of
wit;
the
Beginning
cq of
Ill p
iy
cU vis b *
ad
wall betw
jolnli
i h (i.
street 12 f
parallel \
through the
hetweei
feet to a
il
1 the
;est 46 feet
side of Thirteenth street, nnd t
thereby easterly 12 feet 2 Inc
I place of beginning,
! thereof what they tn
! Seized and taken In
property of Anton Henson
M. Benson, his wife, ntortgag
|M'» and to W .oM by
i »V 11.1.1 AM K. r LI N .\. Slicrlfl
Sheriff s Office, Wilmington, Delaware,
v
ta
the
f JEGDTKR'S OllDKH.
V Kkqistf.ii s times,

Upon the application ofBenjn
and John Gam,executors cf Mni-yGain.lnie
«t. (loot «e s IM., ut «aid county.iioceasea.u
h ii J directed by
G.
"
sfoieirtM*
ice of granting of Letter* Testa*
(IllU
i
i win ' * he date
j /i?froM* °
!,,,. p : lb ,, c of , he ....
j faille reijuiring all peisons having demand j
. against te* eat at e io present
abids by an.uct of Assembly ; n
I a,,i ' pvovided; and also cause
to ; n°. U n y'kVpmiT
a- | ? n A 'W
| thsr-;n
9 CfUntO Of
gianilng thereof, by
maim to be posted withli:
tho dato of
letter
tnewipapei pub'isbs
'.mlngton Did,, on 1 1
tr.io* weeks, ;e o d.j
un3ar tbe hand ouddsaior
• Alcressld ai
{HI
Odioe si
H cl".
'limington. New Caitie C
i ye:ii above wr
Calvin w ehossan Register.
. NOTICE— Notice is hereby given thut letters
j Testamentary were in due form of i
granted uu:c the undersigned,on the Si-t dav
Jan. A. I*. If*', and that s!i per
estate oi the
uty
iforonsid.
■tsy
i 11 on.
having
.in* srai
de
pie?onr
ths iu .d l.veoutcn
y attested
before tin
' abide
ot Assembly in such eaee made and provided.
Ilialuinln G Gam and John Gain,
ICxecutora
tl., Del. yn
Address: ?J3K!ngsti
4 8
CflQ CHEOKd IN 6 HO UHS.
run ClJltlOS IN 8 DAY B.
At Drug^Htoro, 46J Market
43
tl —...
B
int.DINO UHICK—AH
(limn Uiy.
Phouee 116 aud i
JOHN M
no. 3 West lh . .
l
MANDAMUS
PROCEEDINGS.
Application to the Superior
(Joint of Kent County to
Compel tho Weet Dover
Hundred Returns to
be Produced.
Doves. Jan. 32.—The town is all a
to day over tho fact that a special
of the Superior Court of Kent County is
btdug held. On Tuesday last proceedings
began before the court by the presentation
of a petition from Samuel L. Shaw, Sher
iff of Kent Couuty.
sheriff stated;
"Your relator further avors that he,
presiding officer of the board of canvass,
on said fifth (lay of November, A D., 1896,
demanded from snid Thomas H. Baxter,
inspector
don
In his petition the
aforesaid, tho certificate of
for said West Dover hundred
he, said relator, was informed by said In
spector that said inspector and judges had
not made and signed any certificate of said
election for sahl West Dover hundred, and
anything
Ml
in fact no such certificate
purporting to bo such certlfloato
produced by said inspector or any one
"That by reason of the promisor! and of
the neglect and failure of the said respon -
dents to do and preform the several duties
by law required of them, which they and
each of them did neglect to do und per
form, as aforesaid, tho result of
tlon in said hundred of West Dovor has
never hitherto been ascertained, certified
and declared, there
showing tho votes cast
said elec
certificate
the majorities
pluralities given for said various
dldates at said election iu said hundred
before the said hoard of canvass, when It
met at the Court House for Bald county of
Kent, ou the fifth day of November, A. D.,
18U6, to ascertain the state of said election
throughout tho Bald county.
Tho Court of Errors and Appeals of the
State of Delaware hath judicially deter
mined that tho said board of canvass
could not legally ascertain thostato of the
said election throughout tl»o Bald countv
by calculating the aggregate amount of all
(be votes for ouch office that hud been
S iven iu all tho hundreds and election
istricta of the said county for every per
icn voted for for such office and thereupon
inako the proper certificates of election
provided by law.
"Tliot further, by reason of tho prem
ises and the Bald neglect and full lire of
said reipondents to do and perform the
levcral public duties aforesaid, and by
reason of tbeconiequences aforesaid, flow r
leg from their said neglect and failure,
great Injury and detriment hath resulted
to the citizens of tbo naid hundred of West
Dover and Iho snid County of Kent, aud
especially to your petitioner, as sheriff
aforesaid, and presiding officer of tho said
beard of canvass aforesaid.
Inasmuch as he was, together with thn
members of tho said board of canvass
thereby hindered aud prevented from per
forming his said public duties, by law re
quired to be dono by him, and tho said
public duties of tho said board of canvas*
bo by it
as aforesaid, required by law
performed.''
Then It requested that (he said Thomas
H. Baxter be required to procure from
Sheriff Shnw the Imllot box of West Dovor
hundred, nnd that tho snid Baxter, who
inspector, nnd David I). Marvel and
Nicholas H. Vincent, judges, aud Samuel
H. Pippin and Thomas Railway, clerks,
bo compelled to count the vote of said
hundred nnd make a proper return of the
vole there cast.
The lawyers in the
Davis, Beulah Watson, James Pennowill,
Edward Rldglcy, Walter II Hayes, Her
bert H. Ward.
Frank II.
Mtniorlnl
r. IIiiIImiM.
I) Wendell Holmes has compiled nnd
had printed a nost volume "In Memoriam,
Merritt Hulburd," which contains an ad
mirable likeness of the deceased, a bio
graphical sketch, a report of the funeral
exorcises, the memorial service of October
26, extracts from papers referring to the
deceased, resolutions of respect, two ser
mons by Dr. Hulburd, and a testimonial
from bis son. This volume will he of
value and Interest to many persons In this
city aud elsewhere. It Is for sale hy E. 8.
R. Butler & Sou.
WAMTKI*
W
ANTIW HELP -Thousands
goal
places under (be McKinley Ad.nlnts
nountrjr.
ertltto
of
tuition In every |
National Recorder will tel! how to get a po
sition. rt end
■ Mid-W
or
in Btamps
llonal Recorder. 'Va-blngton, D. C.
tbs Na
120-61*
w
ANTED—A woman
work 901 Tstcult street.
W ANTED -Weekly Uepublicau A
1896. Five cants this ofliee.
AN IT'.!)—Agents J-'O n week
workers. Newtroods. New plan. It's
a winner. Every loudly needs it.. Sells si
sight. Household Sp
street, Cincinnati O.
nl'I-tf
YV
Itjt Go., No. n H.
Hli'tr
W
ANTED—To buys light
wheel
pony.
little nrefnrre I. a»I
Mmt lu
apply
T ,\7 A XTFD- Mcn
VV Kiirancc. Tt
. 217 Hrof
r.rk IndiiHtrint In
nrked for
-trial
Brad* ntml pr-lcu ■
tliis o nice.
d'.
A\, ANTED--Hy a vo
VV drive wtivon an
J li this «* tli * o
r, Ter■
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KN J. HhSS.'ON.
No. 817 Laocititei a va n.
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TPOIl 3Al.E -!*8tory
X' ington street, i: i.,
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». 180? ty ash
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class
for!). 1
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ruble property, Heinz
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PENN Y HOV a I. PH,hi
Are the only gemnne Pennyroya' i*M'«
matte l'weatyilve years' oxostteaa»
Bold by finwslsts. uittco. M N. Mints
ttreet, Plilia. ID mall or at oittee, IS.
Advice tree. I .nil Isa Ovwura of tt
ttom
Chichester's English Pennyroyal P : 's
n H3?ircWL : iiaS'ie
y. hi
Chioiioater
D—Sum ot tno.'i
P 8H Market st rest
b A I. K—Houses .'!? Fr -
W, 6th. 661 Van Huron,
tY right
F oil HEN f
B! 1 Tatnall, fl')9
1 105 W. Front
WoodlS'va.
a iso * roomed hours,st ole sn<4
Kennett pike
V.rc9» J, I'. Nichols. Highland?
limbs.
t.TvU
I) -I.
Jl'>
oiiy. a j
month; a Ova
guidon, I' month; «
) westsrn part of city,
rooms. In*
diH-'.'Bt
T/OH ItKNT- Da'.rv
P roomed house
roc mod house «
11 rooine<l hoe-o i
furnl9hed house
i West Oth
quire
OH RENT - A desirable coal v«id
and desirable ollloo
Msry
F l
land ...
N H K paiiongsr station. 1-ranch street
wharf. Apply at 10J Maryland ave. J20
TpOlt HKN'T—A true'.. - farm of H acres and
L' (jood buildings on tho New Oastio Hoad
near city limits known tlie Fox t at m. Ap
ply to Thomas A. I,ally, No J W .th Btreet.
AuK It ENT—Coal ami Foa l yard at Bilver
WhitB Bros.,From
E
ook. Apply
Ornngo straeta.
Pino
ItENT-A nice5room house,
1 street. Possesilon at
Daniel Me tusker, i
. Kent
W. 2nd street
dat-ir
Apply
TAOH lUiNT—8 rooms and bath with rronc
JL' poroh, 81S DuPont, Apply IY MoKsnaj
*rd and Monroe stroeta.
Apply
il-lra
jpOK RF.NT-store and houso
X|AOH RENT—ltooina at 90 4Pino
Ti'O R tlKNT—f or 8 unfurr.lsi».)d rooms at
JD 4J9 E 9tfc siroou re'- 3 »
King sireet.

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