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Fait h word; :iO words V/aeok. ISo order taken lor less than / 15 ceutt. xiT loss 50 cents a HELP WANTED ANTED—III'Ll' FURNHHED FOR Ho tels. restaurants and private families at Ihort notice. Apply at Wilmington Intelligence Office. 211 west 4th street. iyJO U V\ MEN FROM W J ANTED '111 it EE YoCNfi Y\ Wilmingt pare for positions in the tiovernmeut Apply to Inter-state Corns. lust., Cedar Rapid ,a I vicinity ]». E STENOfiRAi'HKR AND steady H-rvic-e. Address \.\7 ANTED—MAI. y/\ typewriter 1 A. C. V. this office. dll FOR SALE nmlthis head Get your For Sale Nolle mid y ill find w buyer. ; OR SALE—8. 10 and J J ROOM RESIDENCES 1 ou west side. J. It. 9. Seed*, IT 10 Broome iticct. oti '" J TrOR8AbE-OVF.R 1 nooOVERCOATS DIRECT J/ from the New Volk pawnbrokers' shop, coats coKtiiiR from $10 to SIT ntir prices SI to SID. Department on second floor, M. Mahon Brothers, lt)2 and 504 King si reel, stove and j. r. Olt 8AI.E—KANCV CARI.OIl nntl(|iu- student ihttir. A Lang. 100? Orange I dl Tj'OR 8AI.R- THAT NKW AND HHSIltA IH.K J icsidence No. HI I Broome street. For terms ipjilv to James H. llotleckcr, Jr., Law Building, wiiiii ington Del. jyV eod it T, OR SALE—A DE8IRAB1.K NEW R Eel HENCE | Jm with front porch, and all modern improve- m merits, near Cool Spring Park; cost 75400; if sold in ton days will sell for 71HOO. Apply to <. W Gooding, htli and Jefferson street*. n&Muio F or sale—barred plymoiih bocks and White Wrandom*, old and young . Mock. H. C. M a bally, Jr., .Mgr. Oak Spring Foul try Farm. Box 470. FARM 35 ACRES IN DELAWARE I Booth's Corner, upplo and TTOR SALE Ja County, Pa., near, pear orchard, building sold al once. Apply .1 J. Pierce, 0 street,Wilmington, Del. ir: will sell cheap if ,2>i cod lino ADJOIN I NO SMALL FAR! ;,|L OR PALE-A 4 1 the town of Red Li land, good water; will eriy. Apply A>& W. 4th street, Wil., Del. . Del: v pro|» it 12-tit : for IT IN STOVE Mill Market street. C ORD WOOD FOR SAL! lengths. Apply Talley's t tlicllpot Park or J. B. Obetley, NO FOR RENT l). ' iPS ill Mils (tolUHI'l iil be lorthcoining. AdvpilUp 1111*1 II tPIIHIlt 70 Al.'i'.HS IMMKI'I " i 1 1* I^iik nl " 1 To T70R RENT—FARM OF JP ntclv iidjoliiiug city limiLs, < daily; ■ rent of 100 Apply , WilmingOMi, Del. terms to a Iv R. i; ROOMS ON OR RENT-TWO t pip •eel. STORY OR REN F . .ID W. build. .In nics •■ss. A | I > aiiRost I' Button, li'UU W..- s * j* .' < .MlMl At. WILMINGTON SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND MUSIC CLASSES. ,t" 11 riN'd i a ; I .'D A Y. ri....ii ■ • jA«ginn.i •• Dm. ing i.\ |-.>DA l ■ W* , *ln* day Ur.'i m" ., ••■ltd, ! JJJ 1 i '."pi ; s |J l ' ii i " ,J Te com To 5 , ri 11. RIDAY. Cllildl .tl* I . I.' Dull I'.V Up J.O.I . Mm II I N R' I.A ISA Diipcln COUNTY TAX NOTICE. On all Count v '1 axes remaining , I. |* 03, per cent, ud- 1 L^^jpoiNT vti| bid . ditional ati. added. ii;r. AY A .! IIP U> the m| Tr. <•»' in >Imi • M| r .-M'Dipt I"" i si liny (I ■ I. tiinil I •('ll| .(• \\ Kiel Va|ci Irtinc'ii■ will '""'ViV.. lh« Win i-i lio uivi • nr, wrilloii I* 4io|iiiniin have tin- ri »ltill liXflllL- .lulllie hoard or wat i:r i o.m.mi.".-ioni:us. KNTKAI NATIONAL HANK <)!■ Wll.MING c 1 . Iiif. i: li Id ul. election lor Ho- Inml.il. ■ nih. i .<■ mi 1 iii-iIhv, J; 11. U. IlI MFUKD ( i ,, ii.. i tn *118 lino S5 Watches $2.95 Rings $3.15 .> i Mention thiv paper nnd gut ID per cent dis • speiTuelos. : Dr. W. A. Moore. 1(11 W.Bi^htb. | —. | [the | places nil DURSTEIN, | livt-nu 1 dale 6 East Second St.jj;; North Side City Market. ( Carries the largest annortmont of Pipes iu the city, from 10c. to $15. Each amber and briar in ca^es. Our Meerschaum lino must be seen to bo appreciated. Hegars all prices; a line of Key West fiegars. Cull in and look at our stock. Hill tary S. H. Durstein, 5 EAST SECJND SIR RET orlh Side City Market. cash WANTS. a Cent n word) words oi u week. No order taken 15 cents. r less 50 rents a ' ' r lean thun \\, ASTED—RFL'OXD HAND C VV ters, stale price. Aiidre.-s W. B., tins of flee, ASH KF.fiI St. Ho at dcclO.it * VV ANTED—TO BI'Y SECOND HAND I'Ol'R ith boiler. hor«c power .• Apply PJltfClav ,a OPPORTUNITIES 0. !i. fiA R TON. islam I y KINO STREET, HAS id Fresh Hot bouse Mush dIMit* All! WILL BE SUNG Following- are some of tho Christ mas liiibsie programmes to be pre sented several of the city entireties: The Christmas music of this sea son is of a high order- In Kodney ^ a ' e0t t hurcii on Suntlay this pro r. gramme will he presented: MO UN I NO. A "Shoot tbu (il-ul Tiilin M ' -fiunn m, uuut iuu oi.i'i J. miuj*, Hawley Hymu, "Hark the Herald angels | Slflg. ' m fln .. i () » ' The angels' song. " Paul Rodney. Hymu, "It came upon the midnight clear. . , iNUCUeUl Bartlett, Hymn "Joy to the world! tho Lord iscome,'' Howard "Bethlehem'' I EVENIN' if Quartette ' Chlint masCarol" Howard Hymu, "Hark what mean these holy voices " Hymn, : "O, come all ye faithful. '' tho listening ear Schuecker. Anthem, "Calm of night,'' Hymn, "All praise to tlieo eternal Lord.*' The choir is coin nose J of the f«»l lowing soloists: snmmo, Mrs. \V. F l). Lewis: alto, Miss Albamarle Vandersloot; tenor, .1. Frank Ayros; bass, John \V. l*i*otidCelt; ' Rliss Viola Motiitt. rgauist, IS!I S 1C AT WEST C1ICRCI 1.0.30 d. in. Sunday. Deoenibt , i' -1st. To Deuiii, Ltiudamus (Festival i flat) D- Buck. Mrs. J. B Carpen ter, F. F. Jones, lv Start and clioir. amid." M iss Wolstenho! a.ul choir. James II. Rogers • >. W. Stauffer •KOOK AM ME 7.. F.V K\| NO [,. T. Wilsi Organ Voluntary '•Angels from the Realms of Glory" W. R. KUurdo Mai'/.o, Mrs. Humphrey t l choir I's.illor Gloria I'atriti. "While Sliepliei'ds wat*!tel their flocks l>y night," Duct "Ring the Joy Bolls," .Misses Hey. • upon the midnight Willis Offertory. Of tiie Father's love bo cotton," \Y. C. MaeFtirlane. Fit • Start and choir. Sli*'rbiirii,'. Li 11 y mu It ca A. X. Keigwin. D-D. Sermon Mo/.arr s 1'Jtli mass. A*r III? KN'DVWIN'E. "Rejoice! Linmanuel shall come Nevin 1 Anthem "Glory to God in tiie High est" Underhill Solo "Bethlehem" ' TIJINTiV CHURCH i Christmas Day 11 a. m. Te Denm in E flat Communion service in C Cantii|P.e do Noel 1st Sunday after Christmas, com her 2Hl h; To dcutn in A flat Angelic voices 7. Id p. in. Children's choral oven assisted by the regular choir; 5 Ciiristmas carols by the school; , "Behold 1 bring you good tidings," Bnrubv, by the choir. L Li Oil* All's. Loomis WniTun Adam Do Warren Gounol , 1 DELAWARE AVENUE AND JEFFERSON ST. TAILORING CO. LADIES' AMI .HUN'S GARMENTS Cleaned, Pressed, Dyed Scuttled and Altered. ALSO SHIN MADE TO ORDER Gulled for and Delivcivd (live us a Trial. D. it A. I'lione 170.'! A. SAVER BROTHERS, Mrs's. (Kill Delaware Avenue. i .> I'.i.lSl Ell'.S ORDER ilMli- Goiuitv, Del., Dee i lli. UHJ2. invilier. Er l' Chi i-iiana i Upon the yjdn alien i- ordered : llmidifd. | I • i lb.- 1 all i i •d. with | faiiiciilaiy upon the os [the date of grinding thereof, •posted within lorl > days from the six of the | places of the County of New < a- 1 nil persona having demands against the the Minn*, or abide by | livt-nu i must public' lie, reouiriug 1 dale meh l.e S'Z7 • I provided; and also eanse led within the N. a newspaper pub eon tinned \j M rail I'm: Daily Kki Wilmington, Del., and therein thiec weeks Given under the Irnnd and seal of of the Register afolcsiild, ul Ail Castle County afore I veur above written. CALVIN W. CRUSHAN, Register. . o. ii. '—. lire* Al.. tiiillgtoil, ill <■—' ' .said, tin- day ( D I'u. Notice Is hereby given that Letters 'JT-Mnmen i of law granted unto llm undersigned, on theflth day of Dec. A. D., 1002, (bat all persona having claiinH against thu • of the deceased must present the same,duly •stud, to I lie said Executor, on nr before the Hill day of Dec. A. D. PJ03, or abide the Ael of Assembly in such case made and provided. MOSES LOWTHEH. Executor. Address: Mursballton, K. F. D., Del. C tary wore in due form L d8 QXNT8' FINE CLOTHING MADE TO MEAS on easy weakly or monthly pay menu at cash price* on terms to iuK you. Address P. O. Pa, T.ffe and Death. Bo he dies for his faith. That Is flr.tj More than most of do; But. say, you add to that line That he lived for it too? a In his death he bore witness at last As u martyr to truth; Bid his lifo do the same in the past From the duys of his youth? It Is easy to die. Men have died For a wish or a whim, From bravado Was it harder for him? St. passion or pride. But to live. All tiie truth tiiat he dret While his friends doubt And the world with contempt. live out ■i his conduct wit! Was it thus that lie plodded ahead. Never turning aside? I'll on we'll talk of tiie life that lio led; Never mind how he died. . K Dr. Humphreys. After fifty years Dr. Humphreys* Specifics, enjoy tho greatest popularity and largest sale in tlieir history, due to intrinsic merit. They cure the sick. PRICES. so. 1-Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .25 Fever. Worm Colic... .25 !i-Wornu. W 3—Teetbins,Colic,Crylug.Wukofulueas .US Adults. US . US 4—Diarrhea. of Chlldre 7— Coughs, Colds, 8— IVeuralgia, Toothache, Faceaoho- ,US D—Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .US 10— Dyspepsia, Indlgestlou,Weak Stomach.25 11— Suppressed or Painful Periods..-. .US 12— Whiles, Too Profuse Periods.25 13— Croup, Laryngitis Hoarseness.25 14— Salt Rheum,Erysipelas,Eruptions.. .25 1ft—Rheu, unit sin. Rheumatic Pains.25 15— Malaria, (•hills, Fever and Ague.25 !9—Catarrh, Influenza, Co'd in the Head .25 20— Whooping-v ouu'h. 27—Kidney DiHeunes. chltla .4.. .25 .25 ?.«0 Debility 30—Frinary Weakness, Wetting Bed.. 77—Grip. Hay Fever. Sold by druggists, or sent ou receipt of price. Dr. Humphreys' New Pocket Manual of all Diseases mailed free. Humphreys* Medicine ~!o.. Cor. WPllam aud John Sts.. New York. 2 h—Y erv 5 ... .25 URl- '<» FOR THAT COLO fASiE NO SUBSTITUTE. Cures Cor sumption,Coughs Colds, Bronchitis, wsthiin , ■ hie union ia,H a; i e ver, Iheu risy, La-Grippe, IIoAraenees, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. S*0 CURS, Jtb nr: 1 S N. H. Hanlorlli, Market and Second Streets. n .indiseiiEcH,alt* r the fug the pm t \vltb Jlri EeiihfU'i Oi tshlng curt sol ei'Uil Intern luive tuned. Hfukth .i I UP lil'li! Hin t: r*. I ' M: nt I'l ON, HU1.MIM. 1 3 (I R S eliagj|H| -rJL.SS-, CLRAIN5!Nrl CATARRH 4RO HIULINO cuKE i:oK CATARRH ' tub te Ely's Croara Balm Ewy l WsTSS^' lu Jurinr.it tfviu. u 'mi uckiy abxui'i cd, G VM Uoliol -COLD ! n HEAD PkO id Clean*u ih» :o,p. It Opens Alley* Influnnimt'nn. Fn-iiis anil I'n.tMcts the tin* Sonnes "t 'J «iwt" itu«l s nl Drutfu'iat* or by loinbrane. R*-? ro* -e ail; Triul Hi '.o m a a !n.y Hiiin'H Elta. 1.0 SVurreu bt. YorM. Tl U f C3AnAJiYEP.J0 C3j;! " " ily, lioapiuit uuU An.'y *fc.::rgvon fci 1 ?. Of, THE£l. C27 l.ort'i SutliSf. y\ im\ « Fhilndelphi.:, All Abus.**.. ]-'fq-^8!ocii?Diso;],Va.'lcoo3la.Str!otiira ' >cl! PRIVATE: n^d OSCOURr l]iS0asRs,Uo^h;ay^n.:f°??AahV!" k ' *<l in t t'j lOtiuvH. 7 Up most dnitforoiiB c. "PIN DRUT8CMIin A3ZT." Tr ;>hi 1 By iflall. S>nu fur Sworn 'l fsiimoiiiniH A to a i "Mu;; every faU I ustiluU'.J'.lctlneal & ilcdual tiaud. A WILCOX im'i PILLS 9 For -0 y mule It o«iitutor ( within 3 >1 Price 22 1 " Woman'a Safe guard' for 10o. Ad.Le.".* ^ Jj Po f to get • vrDLaTER'l* ENGLISH c Orlfflnut nnl Only Ornulrc NAFF. relmiils. I.nriio. iN.VM 1 .. /»: .*.«y»rcimi.ie i.nawo, *»« i A fer CHKHESTKIt'S 1'NGI.IHM Cxin ItF.n !<«>M mr(»llic *i willi blue riljlt,n. TuLrno ull.fB Jl •fiu.n m •-T ^ L !'*iri1eiiliu "Kctier r.irt. . 10.000 TniimoulsH. Suirt b) t'lilrhol ihU r»r«r Muuliou Gu-juirc, \ - I til I)rn4(iti8. girl me bed i 55 ruf'fi-'k.a FREE ** PormanentlyCu'od by DR. KUNE'S 0REAT AIERV5 RESTORER >*•'" ff'e. firtirtt; t nt*. 3 Otmultaticn, p»r n ri , 32 Tit fer IIOTTl.K FltHK • 1 - r. II. It. II, El I, i i,^. 931 Aroli St-sat, Fliilddelphia. touujm- eu, for LADIES—PERSONAL. fec-ily by Wkst Ladies ooiiMilt Mrs. Doet. Condo, specialist j all Ladle*' ail men ts; eonsultatii •nis taken; reliable and line home: unexcelled; exorbitant fees; write ■artieulai's; rr. cn.NDE. -el, Pliilii. MRS. No. 'J'xj '-until Twelfth S S'Z7 C.liio tn ill - the per AD1E.S hUl-'I-KRINO FROM IUUKOU.'eAR obtain \j it lea iroiu whatever cuusu fe, painless relief; leraliou; privacy obaei pOHitlVe, lulls 4; advice free; rail or write. Dr Daiuur'a Office, 1W N. lltli street, I'li. on the line by lets. if .. I'u \l R. 1)k 1I ARDT'S l'KN NY ROYAL FILLS. THE only gt-nuino Penny royal Pills; at druggists by mail a 1.00. office kOV N. Ninth street, l'liiL, D I'u. C xOrsr.MPTION, ASTHMA,CATARRH, RHUU ) matisui, Neuralgia, quiek relief. Dr. MouP fiotnery, klW N. Niutb street, Pliiia., Pa. L AUIES-USK OfII HARMLESS REMEDY fur delayed or huptuesaed menstruation; it cannot fail; triul free. Paris Chemical Co.. Mil waukee, Win D14-22-2B <16-13-20 SUKi'hHtllsU PUO.M PUI vaio mlincuu from whalover obtaiu cjuick, postil vo, uafo r.ilia charge. Hours 1# to V. Ur. L reucli Remedy to,, 11U« Arch «treat, PhiladolpitG JelO'Oudtl LADItiS cauua Pa, f' ■ ' m m v / X'i Pk <■ It ..... I id x ■J ";/L » 31E •m 'Ml r' 7 W:-M JPJ siiife j* ;IN. SC ( ' • mm rf ?a ii® Ik K ,.4j * \rr; V m Sts?*-,* SSs V >:• V •iY.-U* • , V-V' pA. ff - * P M «N V rl <■> L w' # % * J r A t ... a <:h w & / 9 U wr. /. m N.^ I A. v Bader Bros 221 King St. OLD KRISS lie Will be here on the 17th himself to greet the little children, and wants them all to come and see him and have a talk with him. Rocking Horses, 75c to $5.00. Dolls, all kinds, from lc to $3.00. Express Wagons, 25c to $3.75. Sleds, 25c to $2.00. Doll Carriages, 25c to $1.00. Doll Go-Carts, 25c to $2.50. Largest line of Mechanical Toys Our prices are always right—and that is the lowest—not on one or two articles, but on everything in our store, the city, 10c to $1.00. in Ornaments, Lamp Posts, Cotton for making Tree Ornaments, Villages, Everything Mechanical. Grass for Gardens, Garden Fences, Brick & Tissue Paper, Guns, Tree Holders, Games, Soldier Set?, Fireman Sets, Building Blocks, Swords Trumpets, Cradles, Black Boards, Rocking Chairs, Tables, Wash Sets, Furniture, Dishes, Mechanical Donkies, " Automobiles, " Bugs. " Men, " Boats, " Trains, Doll Arms, Doll Heads, Doll Shoes, Doll Sacks, Doll Skirts, Doll Stockings, It is impossible for us to put our immense stock on paper. In this way you avoid the rush and get your pick. Ornaments, Animals, Wheel Barrows, Stables, Tinsel, S3 Doll Caps, Come and select your goods now and we will store them and deliver any time you want STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK. oorls dolivored. h 1 9 g ee 'BP P __ a little boy s years old and go to school every day. Please bring me a pair of long gain bools, a paiy of lever skate-, a rng bv, sums candy, nuts and grapes, t>on'L forget my Uncle Ilrlle. 11a wmils a Imrsc cube. Santa- 1 ; I Xan little friend, 11. Gray nor, Y< Willi* .j20 Cl a v moil t street. -e a little Claus- l am Dear Sants boy s years old. I want a billy gnat a sweater, a pair of gum bools, ice skates, express wagon, some games, a l rain of cars t hat r some books, a ling, leather logging, tiddley-winks, and don't forget little cousin Lizzie. Good bye. Carlisle Townsend, l! 0 East 24th St. ' t rack, on a Dear Old Santa 1 would like you to bring me a pair of gloves, a book, a game, a drawing slate, a sled, a cap and a mouth organ, candy, nuts ges. Don't forget Papa aud Mamina. Goodbve. and oi - ; Rohert Bouldcn, Marshal I ton, Delawa re. Dear Santa (,'ians I i boy !* years old and 1 would like you to bring me a sled, umbrella, suit of clothes, bat, kid gloves, gun to shoot pigs.and a big Christmas dinner,some cuts candy and oranges, get my sisters Katie ahd Bertha and brother Horace. Good bye. Willie Stoops, Marshalton, J )ei a ware. a little Don't for Dear Santa Claus-I aui a little girl 5 years old and a ale you to briog me a story book, sled now dress,doll, bed for my doll and some candy ami nuts. Good bye. Mildred Brown, 1021 W. 4th St. Till.? Ilmv' 'e offer Oni' Il'imlri-il Dollars Reward f. * of Catarrh tlmt cannot be cured by Hull' F. J. CHENEY A. 10.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Gbency for Ihr lust lifieen years, aud believe him per able in all busities-i Irnnsnetious and fec-ily In fliiaiiriallyable to carry out any obligationsuinilo by their Arm. Wkst Af T'ki ax. Wltolesalo Drugglfts. Toledo. O. Wai.di.no, Kinnan A Mahvin, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Ilall'b Catarrh Cure is taken internally: noting the blood and nmeotw Mirfueea of directly 14 the system, per buttle. Sold by all Druggists, Hull's Family I'iilsare the best. Old Tlieulre Will lte-opou. Tho Wilmington Theatre will open on Christmas with a performance of the "Broadway Biirlowniers." Has 1-Ino Stone Ax. Levy Court Commissioner Isaac Elliott found un Ins Brandywine Hundred farm a few day* ago a line specimen oi tbe stone axes used by the lodiaoa many years ago. TO Cl'KE A COLD IN ONB DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund tho money if It falls to cure. E. W. Grove'a signature Is cn each box, 2.10. __ ! ! LINCOLN WAS l His Advice and His Services Valuable to Union During the Civil War. I i j There are many stories related of the immortal Lincoln, and I/f the most interesting is that which the late Anthony Revbold, often narrated to hin friends, says tho Philadelphia Telegraph. Mr. Key- j bold, who died lost June, was a ; very prominent Delawarean. He , j was n personal friend of President , Lincoln, and. during the Civil War, j had the confidence of the Admiuis 'ration. His ad vicejnnd his services | were particularly valuable to the ; cause, and no one appreciate i ed this more than did Lincoln him- j self. It was Mr. Roy bold who dur ing the riots in Baltimore at the I outbreak of the rebellion, traus- j ported Union troops from Philadel- ! phiu to Washington without going I through the Monumental City by leaving the Philadelphia, \\liming ton & Baltimore Railroad at Perry ville, Aid., and hoarding a steam boat, for the national capital. It was this plan that undoubtedly saved Washington. One day white Mr. Rey nold and a friend were walking on Pennsyl vania avenue and dlcussing the •'troublous war times,''the former staled what he would do if he ware ! President. They did not notice that, i a lull man wus but a short distance behind them, and that he overheard j partly at least, their conversation. | Suddenly a large band was placed > Mr. Keybold's shoulder, with the inquiry: "Well, Mr Revbold, what would you do If you werePresideut?" The interrogator was Liocolu, and It was the President who had been their wake. The trio then waiked to the White House, aud as they proceeded the Chief Executive listen ed intently to bis frieud's views, and also freely expressed his own opin ions. This was but one of the many experiences that Mr. Revbold had with Lincoln, and it was always a pleasure for him to tell of then: at length. His name is allied with the history of Delaware. I.aUk'N of Miu cuImm** Installation The officers of Beta Hive, Ladles of The Maccabees, will be installed on January 7, 1903. The ceremonies will be conducted bv Deputy Su preme Commander Pauline B. Floyd, of Washington, D. C'., who will be assisted by one of the officers of the Pennsylvania graud body. j Taylor & Fullerton's Dyspepsia Elixir for stomach trouble aud indi gestion. W. G. Taylor, 302 Kiog street. For Christ inns Presents. Fine cnlogno, At Cartmcll'l, bib and Madisou. DAINTY PERFL'MES l AS PRESENTS, I None to soon to select your i gifts. Better to have your elioico j now than to take what is left lat er ou. A complete list of ROGER & GALLET'S n a M h, " ;st of French perfumes, in j original packages, ; , , j quality. | ; i tinue to grow in popularity and j deservedly so. I j ! I Attractively put up in glass-stop , y for 25c, 50c, 1 , nr anc ^ 10Ct ! i j | > Nothing you could give would be more pleasing or of better The domestic peil'umes eon ODORS TRUE TO NAME Z. JAMES BELT, (llli and Market Sts. i HOTEL EMPIRE, Broadw'ay and 63d Street, New York City. ABSOLIJTeLY FIRBPROOP, KATES nODKIOTE. modern Excluelte Acceesiblo Excellent Tultlne Etllclent Service Exlenslve Lllirao OroDettral Concert. Ev'ry Evening All Cars Pm* file Empire. From Grand ''antral Station tako cart marked Broadway and 7th Ava Sevet minute* to Empire. On oroaetng any of tho fan-lea, take the fth Avenue Elovated Railway to Mtk ■t.. from which It ta on# mlutra walk id »<rt#l. Saad for dMcrlptire BookloA W. Johnooa Quinn, Proprtotar, OVER ONE TON OF Horse Blankets Mu,t be soli), need money, at Yerger's Harness Works, 1No.ii li. I hint St. Chas. E. Salfner 1 i Jit. Royal A Sunny Brook B Sunny Boook Constellatio Orange Grove Keystone Clinton chu Gin Holland Gin Star Gin A California Brandy B California Brandy De Saint Brice Cognac A Blackberry Brandy B Blackberry Brandy Ginger Brandy Ohio Port Wine Ohio Sherry Wine Ohio Catawba Wine California Port California Sherry California Catawba Superior Port Superior Sherry Jamaica Rum id. 50 J.llU ].50 S.( c 3-Mi I 1 0U 1.03 c.OO | 2 to ; .75 .50 11.00 1.00 ,, j ' l.dO 2.(4' .75 •> jo I 3^0 ^ 1.50 .50 ' 2. f,0 1.00 j 1.00 . 3.00 ! .50 1. M 1.50 ,r>o J. 50 i .50 3.00 4.0(1 Rhine and Clarel j WINES, Klminel Whiskey and Bitters. J Send Orders by Mail or Phone. FREE DELIVERY. U. it A. rhono 1 li I A. Deluiai'via 75. CHAS. E. I SALFNER, BOTTLER OF 1% 1 111* Beer, Porter, Wine and Liquor, 21# E. FOURTH STREET A WILMINGTON, DHL. Tiie Equitable Trust Co* • CARANTEK AND 1 i Ninth and Market Streets. ' Full i) $000,000.00 • $328,000.00 Capital ( I'ai' I I'ruflts | ; . rnyslnterflrt ml Trust Busin Depo4ii y: Ren Boxes, Manages Real F.-talv DIRECTORS. Joseph I. Carpenter, Sn. oih-> Nowlaml rrcstt j Th ' Dr. I A lira per William II Swiit John HmiiToft Kdwiird Bring hurst, Ir Franklin Taylor Suunir' K. ^mlth I j Smith Hn-unan ^ ' V!,i, * imW I ' USe J. Wilkin- Cnoeh 1 i I. G .tell T. Coloniau tin OFFICERS: ' «nhi S'cnvlaiid. \'i »-pn , siflent n;, I 1 : I I ci.n\ |.iic id KtM-so, Office^ Hu M I*. Crossan, Real Estate ofli j . ! Holt's. Holts. NOW OPEN. The Finest Stag Hotel i .am» i in: LV j Quick Lunch, Oysler arnf Ice Cream Parlor in the City Twelve hfliii!'; i,riHiigtd rou •lv rurnMm .1 ■ \ c ■ni* nllf 11,1 •>l ; : in proveiiK it (a nest p>* fin ^Kcr 'I! "leu Rnd rifc'ht C. R. HOLT, J 5 E. Fourth At. Holt's Holt's 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE k ■ Trade Marks EgJfiv* Des-gns Copyrights Ac. Anyone pending a sketch and doserlpthn ma/ quickly iu curium our opinion free wLotuer ad I nvention ts pr.'bsl'ly patuntHbte. t'oii'munlca. tloiis sirietlr UiMildenilal. HANDBOOK on Patents ■p. lUdost Hueney for securing patents. hi taken through Muun A Cj. recelvs notice, without ctiurge. In the p ScknHfic Hmcrican. illua'rntjd rein : tuur mnn'ha, |1. Hold by all «wsstf,r&.. wppklv. Lurgeit clr pmrnn!. Terms. $8 • idMlerf. A New York union. D. C. SPECIAL SALE OF Medicine Cabinets & Ciosets LOW PRICES. Meliarg, Niniii and King Sts, CASH OR CREDIT.