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The Wilmington daily Republican. (Wilmington, Del.) 1890-1902, January 22, 1897, Image 3

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The Standard Railway of America.
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BD THROUGHOUT DT TUB
AND
STERLOCKING SWITCHES
LOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE R. R.
IN EFFECT JANUARY 18, 1897.
Train* leave Wilmington a* follow*:
For Philadelphia (express), 1.67. 2 55,
4.20, 6.30, 7.42, 8.60, 8.15, 9.33, 10.03. 10.16, 10.43,
11.25, 11.28, 11.45 a. m., *12.16, 1 37 . 3.00, 8.11,
6.02, 6.10, 5.66, 6.45. 7.07, 9.06 and 9.16 p. m.
Accommodation, 6.10, 7.10, 8.12, 11.02 a. i
12.45, 2.38, 4.00, 5.26. 7.50 and 10.40p.m.
For Chester (exnrosa). 1.57. 4.20, 6.30, 7.42,
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For Chester (expross), 1.57. 4.20,
7.50. 8.50, 8.55, 10 03, 11.26, 11.45 a.
6.02, 5.56, 7.07, and 9.06 p. ni.
rommodation, 6.10, 7.10, _ 8.
i
., 1.37,
Accommodation, 6.10, 7.10, 8.12, 1102,
11.28 a. in., 12.45, 2.38, 4.00, 5.26, 6.45, 7.50 unci
W Fof'New York. 1.57, 2.55, 4.20, 6.30, 7.10.
e.50, 9.33, 10.03, 10.43, 11.15 a. m., *12.16, 1.37,
2.38, 8.05, 8.11, 6.02, 6.10, 6.56, 7.07 U.16
10.40 p. m.
For Boston, without change, 10.16 a. m.
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and 5.56 p. m. . .
West Chester, via Lamokln, 6.30 a.
., 4.00 p. m.
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Newark Center and intermediate
stations, 7.38 a. ni. and 6.33 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 4.38, 8.01,
.11, 10.18, anti 11.60 a. m.. 12.05, 12.49, *1.11,
.50. 3.56, 6.23, **6.05, 7.00, 7.41, 8.22 p. ni., and
2.53 night.
Baltimore and Intermediate stations,
147, 4.43, 6.08 p. m., 12.00 night.
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Philadelphia, Broad Btreet, for
Wilmington (express), 8.50, 7.20, 7.2.>, 8.32,
10.20, 11.23 a. ni., 12.09, *12.31, 1.12, 2.02, 3.18,
8.46, 4.01, 4.41, 5.08. 5.30, 6.69. 6.17, 6.55, 7.40,
11.10, 11.16 p. m. and 12.05 night.
« Accommodation, 6.34, 7.30, 9.12. 10.35 a.m.,
/ / 1.23, 3.16, 4.03, 4.44, 6.25, 8.38, 10.03 and 11.38
m ' SUNDAY TRAINS. pw ^
, For Philadelphia (express), 1.57, 2.55, 4.20,
■ • 8.55, 9.33, 10.43, 11.45 a. in.. 1.87, 3.05, 6.02, 5.56,
7.07, 7.28, 9.06. and 9.16 p. m.
Accommodation, 7.07, 8.19 a.
« 1.45, 4.00, 6.26, and 10.40 p. m.
T For Chester (express), 1.57. 4.20, 8.55.
11.45 a. m.. 1.37, 3.05, 5.02, 6.56; 7.07, and 9.06
Accommodation, 7.07, 8.19 a. m., 12.09, 1.45,
1.00, 6.26, 7.28, and 10.40 p. m. „„
Fo> New York, 1.57, 2.55, 4.20. 7.07, 9.33,
10.43, 11.45 a. m., 1.37, 3.05, 4.00, 6.02, 5.5C, 7.07,
8.16 and 10.40 p. m.
For Boston, without change, 5.56 p. m.
For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8.55 a.
.. and 6.26 p. m. , _ ..
Baltimore and Washington, 4 38, 8.01,
.18 a. m., 12.06, 12.49, 1.50, 5.23, **6.05, 7.41,
and 12.o3 nl J^ ne( j| ate B tattons,
I.e
S'
7
I., 12.09,
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8.22 p. in. ai
Baltimore
., 12.00 night. ^ . .
Philadelphia, Broad Btreet, for
ton (express), 3.60, 7.20, 11.23 a. m.,
32.09, 1.18. 4.41. 6.08, 6.65, 7.40, 8.35, 11.10, 11.16
p. m., and 12.06 night.
Accommodation, 8.35, 9.12, 10.3j a
8.08 p.
wflrnbu
12.30, 2.32, 6,10, 8.33, anil 10.03 p. m.
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FOn THE SOUTH.
Southern Railway.—3.19 p.
iflays, "Florida Limited," sleepers
gusta, Jacksonville and St. Augustine;
7.41 p. m., dally, sleepers to New Orleans.
Memphis, Port Tampa, Asnevllle, und Hot
Atlantic Coast Line.—12.49 p. m„ dally.
Bleepers to Jacksonville, Port Tampa and
Mncon; 7.00 p. m. week-days. "Florida
Special," sleepers to Jacksonville and St.
Augustine; 12.53 night, dally, sleepers
I Jacksonville.
cl Ohio Railway and Cln
d dining car, S.22 p. m..
week
\
Richmond
Chesapeake
clnnatl, sleepers
dally.
' DELAWARE DIVISION.
For New CaBtle, 8.13, 11.15 n.
V 1.30, 6.15, 6.53, 9.51 p. m «n * '
.. 2.50,
«.,u, v .oo, «. u , |/« m., and 12.10 night.
For Lewes, 8.13 a. ni.. 4.27 p. m.
Express for Dover, Harrington and Del
ar. 8.13, 11.04 a. m., 4.27 ami 11.56 p. m.
For Harrington and way stations only,
1.50 p. m.
Wyoming end way stations, 6.53
for Cano CharDs, Old Point
Norfolk. 11.04 a. m. and 11.5H
SUNDAY TRAINS.
For New Castle, 9.51 p.m. and 12.10 night.
For Capo Charles, Old Pvilnt Comfort,
r und Norfolk, 11.56 p. m. _
For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wy
oming, Felton. Harrington, Brldgevllle,
Beaford, Laurel and Delmar, 11.56 p. m.
v
Expros
Comfort
am!
Congressional Limited Exp
grains, composed entirely of I'ulli
Vestibule Parlor and Dining Cars. No
extra fare other than tho usual Pullman
(*) limited express trains, composed of
ullman Vestibule Parlor Cars, V estibule
assen
(n)
\ *h
' f
Coaches nnd Dining Car. No
•xt
For further Information pasa"ngers a
referred
lion.
the ticket agent at the sta
M. FREVOST,
Gen. Manager.
J. R. WOOD.
Gen. Pass. Age.it.
i
B. & 0.
r
effect Nov. 22nd, 181'.?.
/ Schedule ii
All trains illuminated with Fintsch
1 Light.
• Ex
^WARE A YEN IK STATION FOIt
NEW YORK.weekdays. *3.13, *10.25
32, *7.39, *11 1». ill.
LEAVE' WILMINOTON.DELA
* *12.21, *2 29, *3.28,
*3.28,
•7.39, *
days. *3.13, *11.2
•eekj'lays. '3.1J,
PHILADELPHIA
ii
6.40, *7.20, 7.36,
12.21. 12.46
IB. *11 1).
3..S
Bmi'U
•1,
I 1.60, *11
•7.39, fl.iC, *11 1
k-rliys
'IIER'I
•7.20, 7.30,
25, 9.1
U.iil
11
12.40, *2.29. 3.
1
Bmula}
.. *11
ATLANTIC F
., *12.21, *2.2'i i>.
'K MAY,
Y, w
I'
.
*8.:
•2.29 p. in.
RAi/mionr,
WASHING'
k
*8.49
'll
•2.07,
•iff
), *8.49
1 in.', *12.55.
way stations, dally,
.54,
HALTIAIOKE and
1.20 a. in., 2.51 p.
5\VA
eek-days, *4.13, t.aj,
4.67, *6.16. 7.3»
20, *8.43 a. in.
•11 a.
l
I, *
8.19 p. m. Sunday
12.55. 2.51. •1.57, 7.3:
.13
8.19 l
PIT
UR4
•6.16 p. ni
Bunduys, *4
!
OH IDAHO, daily, *4.57 p.
CINCINNATI
*1155 and *8.IP p. in,
NEW ORLEANS and MEMPHIS, via
Bristol and Chattanooga, we
Sundays, *4.57
to Memphis a
unit ST. LOUIS, dally,
ii. 'through
9,
P.
tieepere
SINGERLY ACCOMMODATION, dally,
».20 a. m., 2.51 and 7.85 p. m.
LAND EN B ERG A ('COM MOD A TI ON.
week-days, 10.27 a. m., 2.54, 4.57 p. m. Sun
days, 10 a. ni., 4.57 p. rn
LEAVE MARKET STREET STATION.
PHILADELPHIA, week-days, 3.31) p. ni.
BALTIMORE, week-days. 2.50 p. ni.
LANDENBERG
J eek-day
undays, 9.55 a. in., 5.20 p. in.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA.
Btreet Station, for Wilmington,
dayB, *3.30, 6.15, 7.10, *8.15. 9.30, *10.26,
*• m.. *12.20, *1.36,
•5.15, *5.4J, 6.00, 6.30, *7.40, 8.45. *11.35 p
u Sundays, *3.30, *8.15, 9.00, 11.30 a. in..
•J.86, 1.50, *4.20. 4.30. 6.30, *7.40, 10.30 p.
Telephone No. 193.
Rates to
S ny other line.
If. M. GREENE,
Gen. Manager
New Orlemis.
'
I
way stations.
6.45.
.20 a.
1'
) ,
Chestnut
50,,
1.50,
1
*1220.
Western points lower than via
c. o. SCULL.
Gen. Pass. Agent.
| Wilmington & .Northern R. R,
' *JMn TABLE IN E. FEC1 NOV. SJnO. IMA.
Trains leava Wilmington (French Street
Station) for B. & O. Junction, Montohan
. Ip, Wlnterhurn,
* Coasart, Chadd s
Guyencourt, Granogue,
Ford Junction, Pocop
•on, West/Chester. Embrevllle. Morton
frille, Coafesvllie ami Intermediate
\ fiODfl, dally,except Sunday.7.20 ain„ 2.10, 4
l and U0 p. ni. Sunday* only at 8.08 • in M 2 10
t and 4.0.1 p in.
For Waynesburg Junction, Springfield
And Intermediate stations, dally except
Sunday At -7 20 a in. 2
Sundays only at 8.08 a.
ami 4 05 p. m.
., 2.10 and 4.05
,p, m.
I n For Joanna, Blrdsboro, Readlnpr and In
ftrmedlate stations, dally except Bunday,
d 2 10 p in. "
7 20 a
At 8.08 a.
ft. G M'CAUSLAND, Ruperlntendent.
XBOWNESS BRIGGS. Gen. Pass. Agent
days only,
. and 2.10 p. m.
,DYEING AND SCOURING
AUstlngand lapulrlng. Price* for clean
Inf and dyeing genUeiueu's clothing:
DYED.
CLEANED.
10.75 C(,
.25 Vesta
.50 Pauta
$1.00
ji'
Pant*
Overcon fe
Pulls Scoured
Woik guaranteed,equal io tho
' Mul by express will bo cleaued
IratuMied promptly.
.75
Ovorconts
ltep'g Looked After
. Goods
dyed nud
11.08
1.00
WM. BROOKS
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No. 719 Market direct.
Wilmington, Del.
} Office. Sd Floor.
1 TJELItFIN BIX HOUBS-lll.tr.Mln, ^
X\ ney and bladder diseases relieved in six
Soursly tbe "N
V , Sidney Cure."
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Great 8
American
remedy Is a great
This
accountontBexceeding prompt
In relieving pain in the bladder, kidney a
of the urinary passages
ial#or female. It relieves reient'.o
sr and pain lu passing It almost iinmedi*
f. If you want quick relief nnd cure, this
or remedy. Fold by Z. James Belt. Drug
Wilmington, Del. j9-iyr
every
of
>
QAIL BORDEN
EAGLE Brand
-CONDENSED MILK..
Has No Equal
SOLD EVERYWHERB
HUMPHREYS'
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with Humphreys'
Witch. Hazel Oil as a curative and
healing application. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids, External
Internal, Blind or Bleeding—Itching and
Burning} Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate—cure certain.
It Cures Burns, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. Relief instant.
it Cures Torn, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds and Bruises.
It Cures Boils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
Head. It is Infallible.
It Cures Inflamed or Caked Brf.asts
and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
It Cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, Z5c., 50c. and $1.00.
Scald
nrecei|itofprleo.
Bold by l)r
mri'iiHns*
pon
an St,. New York.
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WITCH HAZEL OIL
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KUgM CAUTION.—Always look for p-a'S
lh, iiamtcrD. U.TomllMon, S
K P Fhiia.,un the label t f (lie bottle, ~ - »
For Sale at Miller's Drug Store
402 Market Street. _
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AFTER ALL OTHERS FAIL
mn lh!l CONSULT 1
DR.LOBB
Between Vine and
Callowhili
SPECIALIST
329 N.I5THST.
PHILADELPHIA'S TAM
.10 Years' Contlnnoii* Practice
Self Abuse «
cii OrgniiH Pally Iteatored. Broken Down
if Power, f-nuill Shrunk
und all ISIooil Dir
ml Afl e
the 8kl-i, Nerves
Bclf Abu
tie
lii
. Excessra. Nrglei
red hv
d. I
ii
prudence, are
Shattered Ilenlth lies
f
1 I«t il
il nnd Mn 111^-'Vigor lie
II
ed. Every
thi
. Sent firae! P Ofltea
. from 0 A, .11. to
hours—Daily and Silndn
3 i*. fit. and fl to O evenings.
CATARRH
is a
tv's
LOCAL DISEASE
uiM
C
and is the result of colds and
sudden climatic changes.
For y
wo positively
ody does not contain
mercury or any other injur
Ely's Cream Balm
In acknowledged to be the most thorough
Nasal Catarrh, Cold in Rend and Hay Fei
remedies. }t opens and cleanses the lineal
ml inflammation, heal* the Boren, pro
to from colds, restores the Bett«P9
taste and smell. I'liceWic.a! Iirutreisleorhy mail.
ELY 13HOTUEHS, 06 Warren afreet. Now York.
nn TyCCl 604WrthSixth Stl
KlOa to BlEKt Sidoeniranco on Green St.
Protection ^HAYFEVEft
state thnt this If,
hM
of all
pasBitfios,
allays pain and
f Ycurs lloBpital Eiperlente In Ucrmimy.
A STRICTURE, BLOOD POISON,★
★gcmesai. debility, LoctVicor.A'
CESSES AND ALL OTHER*
Sgly*EFFECTS OF YOVTHFUl*
W * FOLLY OF BOTH^SEXES*
103T KANHOOb AND SHRUNKEN ORflANS RESTIlRER.
rath. The only
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VON MOHL CO.,
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J. DEAVILLE.
Esil Estat) ail Mortrire;
Special Attention
To Caro oi Property,
Renting and Collecting.
No.9 E, Seventh St.
Central Exchange Building.
mil
Real Estate. Mortgages,
Conveyancing, Inveslmanls.
No. 209 Equitablo Buikliug.
Oil
MONEY
MONCYl
fLOANj
FOR
IJ
GOOD FIRST
MORTGAGES.
GEO. R. TOWNSEND it CO.,
801 MARKET STREET.
DR. SZMMS'
Vegetable Liver Pills.
Elegnntly eugnr coated. No taato In
Bwullcwlng. Grtpelesa and not sickening.
Operate grandly, and yet you kntdiy
knew ycu lake medicine. The llnept
Liver, Kidney end h'loinach mod.o
known. Will surely cure Liver c
plulr.ts Kidney disease and Stomach trej
fcies, Dvepepclu. eto, Cures tired feeling,
■kin affections, headaohe, dizziness, gid
dy-head. Ac. Nice lu every rospoot
real Liver mediclno and family protec
tion against diseases. 25 cents a box, six
In one lor 11. Bold by druggists in cities
y. Depot, OOfl King street.
iod
. 'thi heart of man.
I MB part of the things l daaplse, I
Blnoe my life <• bound bj their common epan.i
oech Idler I meet in M«*r« or street
aUttefft
And
outside him
Hath within him what
belies—
The miraculous, infinite heart of
With it* counties* capabilities.
Thu Meekest guest at tho general feast
That at every sip as ho sups says grace
Hath within him a touch of the untamed beast.
And change of nature is change of place.
—Owen Meredith. '
THE RICH MAN.
lan Maelaren Presents Uim In a New and
Better Light.
has been rt
In all tiinea tho rich
target for tho shafts of writers, and never
than in tlioso day* of
. It
more
la somewhat novel, therefore, and indeed
refreshing to discover in Ian Muoluron,
of the people, a champion
sontially
of the much berated possessor of wealth.
His is a qualified and discriminating ap
preciation, it is true, and the
esting bee
It has It
put tills
guislied Scotch author, and to make play
with him and to leave tho Impression that
any scribbler who could string together a
few verses, uithough noithur he
verses had uny clulm to character, stood
higher by tho truest standards of
and
inter
of these conditions,
tho fashion of literature to
in a pillory, says tho dlstiu
Ill*
irtii
value to tho community,
i* also apt to gi\u himself away
by too often insisting
and by speaking as with his
and bow, and uot by tho good fuver of tho
Almighty, lie had achieved his success. But
It is common speech which dooa him most
injustice and quite confuses the situation,
For it Is asked, "How much is ho worth?"
and then the
tills wore indeed tho osnotvuluo, surely his
life lmd been a sad fiasco, and ho himself
aoeount. What ho Is worth is
another thing from what ho possesses, and
if you go into the matter his furtuue bo
symbol to bo transferred
half a
This
•is
history
mrd
,'cr is given in figures. If
of
comes u
from figures into qualities. Just
dozen books stamped with university
show that u young scholar has made a fair
beginning in culture
a simple bronze
a soldier's breast proves that ho
tho field of battle,
has played the
does honorable success in business bear
witness to character. It means that u fol
low man culled to his work in his culling
has not boon idio and careless, flinging
away his opportunities and douylng his
duties. It means thnt lie hnsAot yielded
to the lowor impulses of his nature und
done foolishly, to the weakening of his
mind and body. It
sisted temptation to trickery, deceit and
unprincipled work of all kinds. This £10,
£100,000 is in itself only dust und
vanity. But consider it
tho equation
perseverance, thrift, intelligence, self de
nial, Integrity. This gold is hut
otiier word for brain und conscience and
has done the work laid
tliat ho has
000
x and work
, and it reads industry,
proves that
his hand with all his might, and in
lug Jium built up ills manhood.
du
All Took a Tumble.
"Human nuturo crops out at evory an
gle," said Bumply with ids most pliilo
sophical i»Tr wiien ho had tho rest of tho
in tho office for an nmlionco.
"You know I always walk down. Tills
morning Woodward uv
from
glazed
fresh flooding und safo only for
stand in slippery plucos. A
thoso who
fine old lady with fluffy gray hair and tho
general air of
from a side street and started to
tho asphalt. A banana peel could uot hnvo
done tho inifiolilovous trick
eye she
sailing i
duclioss
neatly.
down
In tho twinkling of
in n Leap like n feather bed thrown from a
jond story window.
"Of course I rushed to her assistance,
thinking of in tho world
but all sho
was how to best reprove a littlo woman
laughing merrily
tho sidcwulk who
despito every effort to control herself. The
duchess
with her opinions of thoso who laugh with
thoso wlio weep, and a few other .Scriptural
references twisted to suit the occasion—
king tho air very murky
they often are—when tho little woman ad
vanced to apologize and render any aid she
might. But wet asphalt is no respocter of
persons. Her pretty feet flow up, und she
seated beside the duchess. You never
such n transformation. Ton years of
Booial intercourse would nevor hove made
them so intimuto. They clasped bunds
and laughed till tho tears rained down
their ebooks. By tho time that I hud them
up they had exchanged names and
bers and discovered that thoy wore going
in tho same direction. Then I fell nnd
their cup of hnpplnoss simply overflowed. ' '
—Detroit F
A Glimpse of Heine.
to know Iloine. I knew ho
there in 1840,
but ho was already in such a state of phys
ical collupso that a friend of mine who
knew him wt*ll and saw him from ti
to go to seo. hi in,
) afternoon as I and my friend
wero sitting on tho boulevard near tho
Rue Richelieu, sipping n cup of coffee,
"Look there," ho said; "there comes
Heine!" I jumped up to see. My friend
stopped him and told hi
is a sad sight. Ho was bent down and
dragged himself slowly along, his spare,
gray isli hair was hanging round hisemaei
nted face, there
He lifted one of his paralyzed eyelids with
ills hand and looked at me. For a ti
like tho liluo sky bftaking from behind
gray Ootobcr clouds, there passed u friend
ly expression across his face, as if ho
thought of days long gone by. Then ho
moved on, mumbling a lino from Goethe,
in a deep, broken and yet intelligible voice,
as if appealing for sympathy:
"Dasnutulthior audit im dusternseinon
wog."—"Rocollectious" of Max Muller.
I never
is In Paris when I
advised
J low
tho 1 was. It
light in his eyos.
Convinring Proof.
Cross Examiner—You say you
ing to cortify that the plaintiff in this
is uot
reason to consider him a liar?
Witness—I have
will
thy of belief, Hnvo you good
indisputable ren son.
s Examiner—.State it, pleaso.
around to
c
Witness—Ho c
house
niioged quartet of sing
tho dogs in the neigh
borhood howled their protests against iiho
infliction, ho persisted in the statement,
"There's Music In tlio Air."—Richmond
last night with
, and, while i
Dispatch.
Green Wood.
Chemists tell us that 45 percent of green
)d consists of water. They ostlmnto that
it is almost impossible to expel all tho
ter fr
cent remaining
woods.
seasoned lumber, about 10 per
in highly sousonod
The crowns of tho kings of Assyria from
shaped much like
2000 to 2500 B. C.
the pupal tiara.
Tho voyage from Buenos Ayres to Wash
ington covers a distance of 6,1)13 miles.
i m
Pillsbury's Best Is ihs Best.
Because it makes
bread
than any other.
id bettei
ir grocer lor It, ',f ho liai
you can get It of
got It
John It. Marr; Philips. Thompson
Plunkett; W, G. Valentine; J. .».
Co.; I'liIIIn
till
; A. M. 1'
•c, u. Met:
V
R. G. Smith & Son, General Agent,
Hmln eevllle, Chester Co , Pa.
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ns aesirin-r pnrj inis
Wishing their pkr
u«iy
•tnif, ebon id
. It milNUlilllCs l*.
jfY and chemicals,
script tons or privato
pounded with duto hi
. e (tnigstoreul
817 Market si root. *9;iu.lngion DoL
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No
tr
r~ A MODERN MUNCHAUSEN.
General Porter Tells of a Romancing In*
dlaa Fighter In the War.
An old offloer who was passing by, an
acquaintance of tbs general, now stepped
up to the group. He hud reocntly been or
dered In from the plains, and ills wild
talus of rod handod slaughter in the land
of the savages had already mude him
known in the army as the "Injun slayer."
An aid remarkod to him, "Woll, as you've
been spoiling for a fight ever siuoe you
joined this army, how did yesterday's set to
strike yon hy way of a skirmish?''
"Oh," was tho reply, "you had largo
numbers engaged and heavy losses, but it
wasn't tho picturesque, desperate hand to
hand fighting that you soo when you're
among tho Injuns."
"No, but we got in
work on tho white
"Yes, but it didn't compnro with tho
tlmo tho Nez Forces and tho Shoshono
tribes had their big battle," continued the
veteran.
"Why, how was that?" cried all present!
in a cht
"Well, you seo,"explained the narrator,
"first the Nez Perces set up a yell louder
then a blast of Gabriel's trumpet and
charged straight across tho volley, but tho
Shoshones stood tlielr ground without
budging an Inch, and pretty soon thoy
for the Nez Perces and drove '
s the Nez P
pretty neat
said the aid.
back ngain. As
could
ill tlioir breath they took another
turn at tho Shoshones and slioved them
back to just about wiioro they started
tho ground befcw
covered by tho killed and
a much
from. Hy this tl
'em
wounded that you couldn't
a blade of grass, hut still they kopt
charging back and fortli across that val
loy, and they
their lines of battle passed
they made
hold my hat
.1
fast that when
tho wind
strong thnt I had to
,'ith both hands, and
mighty near being blown clear off
my feet."
"Why, where were you all this time?"
asked sovoral voices.
"Oh," said he, "I was standing on a lit
tle knoll in the middle of the valley look
ing on."
"Why," remarkod an officer, "I should
think they would huve killed you lu the
scrimmage."
Thon the face of tho voternn of tho
plains assumed an air of offended inno
cence, and in a tone of voice which made
it painfully evident that he felt tho hurt
ho said: "What—the Injuns? Lord, they
all knew
The general joined in tho smiles which
followed this bit of sadly mutilated truth.
Similar Munchausen isms, indulged in
from time to time by tills officer, demon
strated tho fact that ho hod become
skilled in warping voracity thnt one of
his lies could make truth look moan along
side of it, and lie finally grow so untrust
>rthy thnt it was unsafe even to beliove
tho contrary of what lie said.—General
Horace Porter in Century.
)f Uhland.
A Reminiscence
myself in personal contnot
with Uhland, tho head of the Swabli
Bohool of poetry, when ho
. He
I
already
to Leipsio when I
a student there, and staid at tho house of
Professor Huupt, tho fatuous Latin and
German scholar. Uhland
old
very shy
, and had declined overy
and retiring
kind of public reoeption. However, tho
young studonts would not ho gainsaid,
and after assembling in tho afternoon to
consider what should be clono to show tlielr
spent to the German poot and tho liberal
Gorman politician they niorchud off,
COO or 800 of them, drew up in front of tho
house whore they know Uhland
lug niul sung s<
At last Uhland, n little, old, wrinkled
npponred at tho window and oxpoct
idontly that
But
stay
if Uhland's songs.
should address
I 'I
ngcinonts lind bean
vonturod to speak, fear
time
him.
iiitulo, nnd
ing that at the s:
others might step forward to address the
old poet. After waiting a considerable
tinio tho position became so trying that I
could hear it no longer. I stepped for
ward, and in n few words told Uhland
how lie was loved by
scholar and
rights of the people, nnd how proud wo
to have him among us. Wo thon
wnited to hear him speak, but he could not
overcome his shyness and sent a message
to ask some of us to come into his room to
shake hands with him. Even thon lie
could sny but very little, but whon he
knew that I was tho son of his old friend,
Wilhelm Muller, lie was pleased. To me it
was like a vision of a bygone ago, nnd
whenever I hear his song, "Es zngen drei
Burschon wohl uber den Hholn," or when
tho silent
with his kind eyos,
onningless words, but simply
saying, "Thankyou."—"Recollections"of
Max Muller.
three
poet,
fearless defender of the
I road Ills beautiful ballads, I
poet looking at
able to
The French Middle Class.
The particular spirit of tlio middle class
became tho general spirit of the gov
inent. It ruled tho latter's foreign policy
as woll as afrairs at home;
dustrious spirit, often dishonorable, gen
erally sober, occasionally reckless through
ity or egoism, but timid by tempera
ment, moderate in all tilings, except in its
love of ease and comfort, and wholly
distinguished. It was a spirit which, min
gled with thnt of tho people or of the
tooruey, can do wonders, but which by it
self will never produce
erumont shorn of both vlrtuo and greut
Mastor of everything in a man nor
that no aristocracy had ever been or niny
hope to be, the middle class, whon
called upon to assume tho government,
took it up as a trade. It cnrichod Itself ho
lilnd its powor, und before long in tlielr
egoism oacli of its
much
public nffulrs nnd of his professional on*
joymeut than of the greatness of tho na
tion.—"Recollections" of J)e Tocqueville.
gov
bors thought
of ills private business than of
A Minn Full of Popple*.
The extraordinary resuscitating powor
of light rocoivod n curious illustration a
few years since in the silver mines of Lnu
rlmn. The mines wero abandoned
than 2,000 years ago as unworkable, nnd
filled for tho most part with tho
"slag" from the workings of the miners.
It wus discovered tiiut this slag contained
plouty of silver, which could bo easily
tiered available by modern upplinnoes. Ac
removed to the furnace,
visited a
found to
oordingly it
nnd whon noxt tho mine
wonderful transformation w
have taken place.
Instead of a heap of rubbish tho mine
garden,
a iiril
liml become a gorgeous fl<
Tlio eritlre space
limit show of poppiea This profuse vegotn
bio life, says Popular Science News, be
longed to the same ago in which the mines
worked. Twenty centurlos old
thoso poppy seeds, yet whon the removal of
tlio slag allowed tho light to fall upon
them thoy sprang iuto life and bloom under
Its inlluenoe.
s covered with
id make
Just at this time it
poor family Imppy and keep the
and comfortable for you
ton of good coal. Tlio place to order it is
from II. T. Scrgouut, Office 7th and King
King streets. Yard, UK) Maryland avenue.
Phone 545.
£5^Hickory wood for open grates.
£^*-Large Pea Coal for family use,
Coal all under cover und well screened.
40 lbs. to tho ton.
22Pino or cak kindling wood split ready
1 them
for
You can got
watch. Ladles
ing o
electro plated gold
gents for f j.fift by huy
11. T. Sergeant.
of coal fr
Most or Hie consumptives that oometo
e Inournblo. They have ceglectod
eases that
<1 bio cured by Dr. SI ram's
until too lute, but etlll there
come
White Pulmonic Balaam ami Vcgctuble
Tills. Depot ooti King street.
mi* Pen
ovnl mila.
the tiret among pills for ttn
ladies, made of pure material ptaml tilgu
In their
tics of ludlei, il, also tent by mull. i))i
King btieet.
Sim
menduiion for the Inlli im<
Piet 11
No. 11 hast Third street.
nnd frames, Hi
Verger,
Dr. .Simms' vegetable livtr pills
easy to take, very easy and pninless
operate: perfectly curable in liver
plaint, kidney troubles, dyspepsia, head
-jjhc, oto ; only uills to use with
White Pulmonic Balsam, blood purifier
(dyspepsia powders. Depot, ttJ3
VS ry
t
King street.
> THE BENIN MASSACRE.
The Peeeefal Briton* W
bush and Slain.
London, Jan. 22.—A dispatch received
from Drags, Guinea coast, gives further
particulars of the massacre of Consul
Phillips' party. It says that the expodl
tlou left Sapele
armed, and bearing all kinds of presents
for the king of Bonin. It
Into two parties. The first party was
about four hours' murch ahead when it
Jan. 2, wholly
difid
surprised by a host of ambushed
Bonin warriors and cut to pieces, not a
japing. The second party,
porting nothing, suddenly
piled corpses of the vanguard, and while
they were examining tho scene 'of carnage
they were attacked and shot down from
the bush. Out of 250 carriers with Con
upon the
sul Phillips' expedition, only
and brought the news to the coast. A
lief party sent up tho river fouad Bois
rugon and Locke.
The expedition, it lsroported, was greet
ed in a friendly way at every town along
its course, and received peaceful messages
from tho king. But upon approaching
Benin City the members
from
scaped
fired upon
buscade in both front and
rear. Acting Consul General Phillips, Ur.
B. H. Elliott and Mr. Fowls foil doad
tho spot. Major P. W. J. Copland Craw
ford
s wounded, but died in u few min
utes, after imploring his companions to
seek their
safety and leave hi
fate. Mr. H. C. Campbell, of the
s enptured and taken to
his
sular stall,
BSTlln City, but tho king had him taken
udjacont village, whore he
i ->
killed.
All those who
killed
after
wards beheaded, and King Obbah has
sent tho finger rings belonging to Acting
Consul General Phillips back
defiance.
act of
Double Drowning in Maryland.
CRI8F1ELD, Jan. 33.—Alfred J. Baker
named Jefferson Fos
drowned at the mouth of tho Lit
tle Annamessix river. They belonged to
of the schooner Oceun Bird,
James Island bar.
attempted to take the schooner's
anchor out to deep water in a yawl boat,
but tho yawl capsized. The colored
could not swim, and he prevented Baker
from possibly saving both their lives by
his frantic efforts to keep hold of his
would bo preserver. They went down to
gether.
and a colored
ter
t lie
which grounded
The
A Southern Junketing Trip.
Washington, Jan. 23.—The rivers and
harbors commission of the house are to
make a visit to Mobile, New Orleans, Sa
bine Pass, Houston, Galveston and Chat
tanooga to exumino the governmoot works
und needs at thoso points. The parly will
leave Washington next Sunday morning
in a special car, and will reach Mobile the
noxt day. They will spend a full day at
each place. Sovoral of tho members will
bo accompanied by members of thoir
families. _
To Extend the Cuban-American League.
New York, Jan. 22.—The Cuban league
of the United .States is organizing a branch
league in overy town
try of 5,000
750:
city in this
inhabitants. There
•h towns and cities in tho United
States. The object of the league is
forth
call
expression of tho unanimous
timent of tho American people in favor of
Cuban independence.
Discharged the Union Men.
Bordentown, N. J., Jan.
her of union
-A
itary prossers employed
by tho Ironsides Pottery company
discharged yesterday
demanding the discharge of
•union
consequence of
umber of
irkmcu. The company held
u meeting to consider tho demand, which
resulted in the discharge of the union
workmen.
Sri lot
Charge Against • MlnDter.
, Pa., Jan. 32.—Mrs. Lot
tie A. .Stanfield, has begun proceedings in
the Venango county courts for a divorce
from her husband, Rov. W. A. Stanfield.
Sho alleges that her husband tried to
phyxiatoher Monday night by turning
tho gas, and that he has treated her bru
tally.
Wili.i a msp
No Sunday Baseball In Texas.
Austin, Jan. 22.—Tho lowor houso of
the Texas legislature yesterday practically
settled Sunday bnselwill playing by pass
ing a bill prohibiting it.
STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
Closing Quotations of the Now York and
Philadelphia Exchanges.
New Yohk, Jan. 21.—Dullness
prices were today's feature in the stock
. and some sensational movements
i depres
ed. The
cuts of the day worked
there was little
in the leading shares.
i of liquidati
Closing bids:
Baltimore & Ohio. 15'; Lehigh Valley .20%
4'hesa. & Ohio.. 17 7 « New Jersey (Jen..10(P 4
....HOT* New York On_ 94
Del. & Hud*
D., L. & W. 157

.. 14% Reading...
8t. Puul
W. N. Y. A
Lake Ei
& W. .. 17
Lehigh Nav.
Pa
♦All ass'ts paid.
iencral Markets.
A . Jan. 21.—Flour weak; win
.».75®3; do. extra, [email protected];
Her. (dear, 14.25^4.40; do. do.,
irn winter, clear, $4.25
PeiuiHvlvj
Btraight, $4.50^4.60
@4.40; city milln, extra, $3.25(^8.50. Who
weak; Hpot, OO^^Blc.; January,90%@91c.; Fel>- .
ruary, 9V,-MQ\%c .; March, 92' i(®92-' 4 c.; April, *
>. 2 Pennsylvani
,95c. Co
26*40■; February, 26 , ^@26 , 4c.;
27540.; April, 28@28. , ' 4 o. Oats dull; January,
23* ; Fel
(1 No. 2 Deln
weak; January, 26* „($
March, 27' 4 (d)
, 23? a (#24e.; March,
c.; April, 28'i@24c. Rye flo
$1.2U. Barley quiet; west
i'e. Barley malt dull; west
8, $17.50
dull. Bi
wheat flour dull
feeding. 28-4@29>
Hteam, 60(«58e. Beef quiet; beef h
(«18. Porkdull; family, $J0.B0@11. Lard
Butter
■ry, 12(&20c.; do factory, 7@14c.; El
York dairy, 10(®15}^o.; do. ere
solid packed Peunsylvanik creamery, e
21c.;do. firsts. 18'^19e.; imitation creamery, 11
♦tlflc.; ladle packed, 0@14c.; prints, fancy, job
' 20c.; do., extra, wholesale, 22c.;
i0®»21c.; do., low and medium grades,
New York large, 8@!l'.je.;
; part skims, 6@9e.; full
Bkims, 2(i(^3e.; domestic Swiss, 6@llc. Eggs
steady; New Yorg and Pennsylvania, lfl^l65»je,;
; southern fresh, 14e.;
nearby fresh, 15c.; jobbing prices, lc. above
wholesale figure*. Tallow steady ; city, 3J^c.;
country, 8*4e.
ed. $4
eady; west
'
amery, llf^lfie.; New
, 18010c.;
hing mu
do. firs
I8»l4c. Cheese qui
fancy small, fCall 1
cstern fresh. 12<£1
Live Rtock Markets.
New York, Jan. 21. -Cables qu
Steers at 10Ji®ll?^c., dressed weight ; sheep
9'$c.; refrigerator beef
quiet, but
calves. $2.71
/«9.V'. L
dy; veals, 16(^7.50; barnyard
d weak; lumbs
quiet, but steady. Hhecp, [email protected]; lambs, $4.75
0)5.60. Hogs steady at $J.fl0(#4.
EahtLibeh"''V. Pa.. Jan. 21.-Cattle steady;
prime, $4.7lK^4.90; feede
•s, [email protected]. Hogs ae
5; best
Hhecp slow
.(HK(t4; bulls, stags
.i
p; prime pigs,
13.7
edimn and prime light, $8.65
unoutofnir, $3.80@8.«; heavy, $3.45
ghs, $2.25(053.10. Sheep steady; prime,
. $2.40(>3;
((>3.55;
$3.86(054; good, $3.7tKft3.80; co
choice lambs, $5(95.20; veal cal
ROSS',
No. 210 Market street,
11EADQUARTERSFO ft
BARGAINS
WILT Eft UNDERWEAR,
Plush Caps and
WORKING GLOVES.
Largest flssoiimanf.
Lowes! Prices.
Thi. best values for tlio money
?ver offorc'l.
Headquarters for Knit Jackets,
Sweaters, Skating Caps, etc.
ROSS',
210 MARKET STREET.
Agout for Domestic Hewlug Machine.
Ground
Io millrters
Id
t'S I II
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0
Marsci
jvis-tr
HAWKINS,
1
WOMEN WHO READ
*
jgresulve and keep informed of a
orld'a Progress. The well in- a
formed and thrifty House-wife will £
always keep
*
are
1 hi
$5
%
^^RAINBOW LINIMENT 1
^ r"'in the house, as a standard remedy for g
Sprains, Bruises, Cramps, Rheumatism, e
and all aches and pains.
Price 25 els. and BO cts. per bottle. „
Prepared by H. J. HACKETT & CO., Philadelphia. &
e FOR. SALE EVERYWHERE.
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For fca e at Miller's Drug Store, 402 Market Mrcet.
TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN 25c
$5 and $8
BEST
vitalized ail
♦ I 00; ga^
Gold fillings #1 and up, silver75c; amalgam 50c, platini
•k guaranteed. Open evenings.
administered All
AMERICAN DENTAL PARLORS, 610 1-2 MARKET SIREET.
Urs. Ashbrook & Bumgarner, Props.
Opposite J. Paul Brown's Photo Gallery
LIGHT BREAD
£
Is the desire of all bakers, and in order to
have this, the first and
requisite is to liavo good flour. It is most
pleasing to have
that
rise, and that is the only kind
you will have if you use Ceres Best Spring
Whoat Patent Flour.
i#
important
bread so well risen
would think it would continue to
Y
c
We beg leave to call the attention of tho
public to this fine Spring Wheat Flour,
which
U
in a position to sell at a
more reasonable price than other brands,
and at the same tiino recommend it
a
i
iweet, white and beautifully rising flour
If you want insurance against heavy,dark
bread, try sonic of the Ceres and you
certainly
Other choice flours alwny
moderate prices.
c
:! I
for
hand at
J, JEROME SMITH.
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS.
"VT DTICE—New Castle County 8. S., The
J_N 8tu*o or Doluwaro. to the SUoriff 01
New t'ustle County, (
i reeling:
>y hi* petition
perlor Court filed in
said
Castle County tor tho
therein alleged, ha* made
aid ludges
pronounced dissolving the marriage
Petitioner and C
Whereas,Fierro I
the Judges or 0
the office of tho
I Caul 1
h
d
sc of campl
application to
a dee
titto Dunlin.
Wo,
your piedccestor
erefore.
commanded, c
omnium! you, that you hu
i Giiulln thut she he and app(
- said Court at
Wilinin.;
before tho Judgea ot
on Monday, t lie first i
answer the iillegutio;:
be held
nw
iy
thi: said petitioner
i
11
Caul
Act
do and provided,
■e On
Assembly In s uch c
0
id
shall then
a
shall
provisions of
scmbly. and have you then
Witness the Ho ■ orable Charles B
lire, at Wilmington, the
lid day of November A, l».
VICTOR 11. WOOLLEY. Pro
the Cc
this bclHtlf,
d consistent
the
11
thi
cri *:
d ninety-six.
eight
tibucB Dec.
at. 1896.
u
OTICE—
N
5 OK
New Castle County,. 8. 8., THE ST!
Sheriff of New Castle
DELAWARE.'lo
County, (irestinv:
WHEREAS. George E. Hllyard by his pe
Hie Judges of
buperlor Court
intarjr of said
rity, for the
t it 1 on
tliod in tbe oilloo ot the Pro.
rt in and for Now Castle C
inplaint tlioln alleged,
said J ii dg ' * (hat a decroo
riage
Jea n
le
"i
applic
may be pronounced dissolving the
existing between
petitioner a
-nraa nd
manded
Wo. Therefore,
prodecesor
moil Jessio Hllyard.
before the Judges of
term
Oil Monday, the first day
•r tbe allegations of
Goorgo E llilynnl, n
Assembly In such en
and i
yon an
and appear
sail Court
held at Wilmington.
February noxt,to
isaid petitioner
cording to the Act. ot
inde and provided,
the Court
'.looming her
and
isldori
shall ihon
n this behalf
visioosof tho ftuld
ind consistent wall
act of Assembly.
And h
there this writ
ine Charles li.
' iimington.
>u IL
Witness
Require.
r.
wenty third day ol November A.D.eignteeo
•died a ad nlneiy-six. issusd Dec. W. 18'J(L
VIC I'Dlt H. WOOLLEY. 1*
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AMERICAN CLUB.
Bicycle sundries, door checks
and springs, ice creepers, star
safety razors and strops,scissors
pocket knives, table cutlery, Pren
tiss Vises. Sole agents for the
Cleveland Twist Drills,
DUNCAN BROS
214 Market Street:
■I
NEW COAL YARD
I
All of the Best Grades of
Coal constantly on band.
All Coal carefully screened
and orders promptly delivered.
RHOADS & HEALY,
Fourteenth and Scotfc Sts.
Flour Feed and Grain,
AT
WILLIAM KIRKLEY & SON'S
NEW STORE
No. 513 Shipley Street.
Prices Lowost.
dfiS-itn
Now Goods.
Miss Rigger's Select School,
Eighth and Jackson Streets,
Begins Nov. 30. Rates from $0 to *18.
No extra charge for Latlu or German.
RACHEL S. BIGGER,
817 W. 8th street, Wilmington, Del.
J3i.tr
For S'.eamsliip Tickets !?y
American Linn, Rnl Star Lino, Cuuard
Line, White Sta
and Mallory Lino
ply to
all points abroad. Ap
Line, Savi
H. L. EVANS & CO.,
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS
THE LEADING
QUICK LUNCH PARLORS
#•*#
ft**
HOLTS'
No, 3 tASl 4TH ST.
follow. Open nil nlgli
We lend hm<I ot
OF 1*11 AI trained
gagements, Apply to 320 Rast^ixj
H
TO SEE MEANS
TO BUY.
By a fortunate purchase wc can
offer at lJ. 5 {)
Men's £4 and £4.50 Winter Rus
sets, Box Calf and Calf Skin Shoes
Women's $3 and S3.50 Goodyear
Welt and Hand-turned Shoes, all
widths and styles.
At #160
women's and
?2-5o Opera, Square and Common
Sense Shoes.
Men's $2 and $2 .50 Crack-proof
and Calf Skin Shoes.
Our guarantee goes with every
pair.
Smalley & McKaig
13 East Third Street.
TEET H.
DR. F. E. SMITH,
SUKCEON UENTIST.
Tcxlli K*trar
Willi Vltaim
fTemillliil Hf|
Teeth Mlleil
Teeth Filled '
• I AI
.... 50o
• I up
,...7flo
....tol
Ti
dentistry,
o aUcntiou giiiirxutoeJ.
Ions k
0|
811 MAliKET STREET
T E K T TT
Till? I.ADII H- III.HI' FRIEND.
SIMMS'COMP PENNYROYAL PILLS
The first
Trade .Mark.'
genuine; now making i
of the multitude* oT Im
these j
inode under tho name "Our
'I he only real original and
tj' year*, liowure
bo coiiviucod. Their
sales pro
y valuable In amoiior
. $1 by mail. Depot
Wholesale.
heir excollonee. V
Ulsei
iuo King
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. Knii
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DR. J. R. MAHAFFY,
VETERINARIAN.
f University of Pennuylvr
irndimt
-1114.
704 West Fifth Street and 914
West Eighth St. I'hone 581.
Jj l-Um
DR, H, P. SVES
Veterinary Surgeon,
50/ WEST NINTH SlREti
University of Penney it
Graduate
Telephone 243
Use Miller's Steam and Healer
Pipe Covering.
To save
houso warm, bavo your
pipe covered.
30 per cent in Coal saved,
in houso F.ni'nato* gl'
Miller Stoam Pipe
Market
and n
Address. '1
Covering Co., Ollice
mtngiou, Del,
nd Ui
T PIG v ATI; HA I.E-I
P. Uicliardsoi
at cor
n New
A
iilll
id
gOOJ bulldli
9, Mill Creo :
luodrcl.
I
miles fro
No. 2—About
No. 3 -J
o mill) from Wilmington, adjo
,and along
,ero< adjolnia
No. L
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dairy. Apply to any of
d.
tho undeielg
Joun 1<
IN j F.XIiCI.
.TOKS
1 '. lu.
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DR. GOSLiN,
Dentist,
Shipley Street. Corner fclght.
Teatli !9nnd liOasst. Teeth filled with Goil
p.ia
KMvear-m-ws
, _,i
Wo preparo legal |
documents of
nortgages. b
dor legi
■ uocesil
•lies ruruisbo.L Our c
odornto.
HAWKINS & CO.
7Id Alarkot Street.
und l'lat
LEGAL PAPtRS—
■ii s< deeds,
a. wills, etc.
kinds, b
Tills
re always
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THE
DAILY
REPUBLICAN
has tho largest
circulation of any
paper in the State,
as is fully attested
by a glance at
it's advertising
columns.
This is not a
mere pretence or
bluff to catch the
advertisements
of our merchants.
To substantiate
our assertion wo
are willing tor
three reputable
business men to
bo selected by dis
interested parties
to visit our office,
go over our mailing
list, visit the press
room, where every
courtesy and op
portunity will be
extended them
to prove the
correctness of
our claim that
The Republican
is tho paper read
by the masses,
, the o
situated as
.In the i'lflt
tn'ng*»a
id seat*
wifh the
(lenoral Aa
provlded. do
lint 1 shall In
of Dan
Del i very
n and for New
Monday, tbe l*t day of
N otice- i,Philip o pnu
and occupant of the li
io*. 207 and
W Fron
... olty
In the county of New Casllo
pi In
ho
of Delaware. In
of the acta of
<:b case in ado
Bouibly li
hereby givo
ie Judges of tho Cou
Session* of the Peace ami Ja
ot tho 8laio of Delaw
Castle co
February.
4
bob
>r said
Oi
I ■
Intoxlcatlag
than ona quart,
premises, andtho follow
0
liquors
bo dri
I
talile c
tug
Hubatantiai rreej
of wb
least tw
ileraoi anld ward rue
plication, to v
s McKnr
Fred Well, Sr.
Daniel M.tCnaker
Joseph Murphy
Thom
John Dader
Jacob Si'hievb
K Noun
Anton
MU
loncl
F P Hickman
ClirDtian Sirobci
K J Mo Man us
Ju
O'Neill
A
Ruaalter
liOui* Pchci
Wllllar
G V Gi
Daniel
Ilinrr Kcnn
8 Pir.
'*
MoCorm.c
elnko
D lluben/.
8.1 McCall
Cohen
r, .. .n.ider Ro*g*
PIIILlPG. PLUNKETT
j
McHugh
JI8-3*
O. J. HESSION
J
lehigh and Shamokin Coa»,
Wood, Flour, Feed, Ets
Fillsbury's Beit
Washburn, Goshy & Co.'s
Gold Medal Ron*]
IAT8 A SPECIALTY.
Office ami yard,
8i7 West Front Srreot,
I'runch Oilloo.
^ No. 114 Marylard Av
Cl.UTRD
Tenth and Shipley Streets
a:i 1
el.Strom III:
Opel
Gi
THF. ONLY FIRST-CLASS
SALOON
IN THE CITY.
A FINE LUNCH aFTE i THj4
Fine Wines, Liquors,
and Cigars.
Also ilio Largest Glass of Beer
in tbe city.
JAMES A- KELLY
HAWKINS &CO.,
712 MARKET STREET,
ACT AS AGENTS
In the Management, Rental
OF REAL ESTATE.
d Sill®
•al first clasi applicants
rent large sized
rith all r
>\v have
Wo
dern rosl*
jnlonccs in a seleol
pay a fair
desiring
denccs \
olghborhood. Willing
al if satisfactory.
u30
SEN AUBEN
HAVANASEGAR
SOLD AT 5c.
Big D Smoking,
3oz. Facliftge 5c.
Eurstein Manufacturer,
No. 5 Fast 2nd Street.
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE
Will sell at a bargain, 834 West Second
8-*W brick <lw»Iling, with
stable in the rear. Fronting
Street.
Ple&sauO
DANIEL W. TAYLOR,
Ileal K.stats nnd Mortgage*,
itooiu 400 equitable Uulldlug.
9th and Market.
mfl tf
know about tbo
ir you
home, let
site of house you desire, and we ll send j
a list of proper!
fREE LIST
think will suit
H A'VKINF ft CO.,
718 Market Street,
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