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PROBABLE ROLL OF THE NEXT NATIONAL HOUSE.
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ALABAMA.
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Nunn .
Nam?.
I. Geo. W. Tay»«r. D.* «. J. H. Bankhead. D.*
. 8talllugs,L>.* 7. J. L. Burnett, D.*
Clay too, D.* H. Joseph Wheeler. D.*
Bobbins, D. 9. O. W. Underwood,!>.*
Mat.
H. D.
4. O. A.
i. W. Brewer, I>
ARKANSAS.
Dist.
1. P. D. McOullooh, Jr., 4. Win. L. Terry, D*
5. H. L. Dlnsmore, D.*
0. S. Brundlge, Jr., D.*
Name,
Name
D.*
2. John
8. Thos.
8. Little. D.
O. Mcltea. D.*
CALIFORNIA.
Dist.
Wat.
.1. J. A. Barham, R.*
2. Marion De Vries, D.* 0. R. A. Waters, R.
8. Victor Metcalf, It. 7. G. II. Castle, Pop.*
4. James H. Barry. D.
Name.
Name.
5. E. F. lxHid, It.*
COLORADO.
Dist.
1. J. F. Shafroth. 811.* 2. John C. Bell, Pop.*
CONNECTICUT.
Dlat. Name.
3. Cbm. A. ltuaset, R *
4 . E.T Hill. R.*
DELAWARE.
..J. If. Hoffecker, R.
FLORIDA.
Dlat. m .
1. F, M. Turkman, p.* 2. Robert W. Davis, D.*
GEORGIA.
Dlat. Name. plat
1. A E. Iiesber, D. 7. J. W. Maddox. D.*
2. James M. Griggs, D.* 8. W. M. Howard, D.*
. 3. E. B. Lkwls, D.* ®. E. C. Tata, D.*
4. W. C. Aaamsoo, D.* 10. W. H. Fleming, D.*
5. L. T. Livingston, D.*ll. W. G. Brantley, D.*
6. C. L. Bartlett, D.*
Dist.
Name.
Name.
Dist.
Name.
1. K. S. Henry, It.*
2. N. D. Sperry. R.*
At large.
Dist.
Name.
Name.
Name.
IDAHO.
.James Gunn, Pop.*
At large.
ILLINOIS.
Name.
Dist.
Dist.
1. James It. Maun, R.* 13. Vespasian Warner,
2. William Lorlmer, It.*
3. E. P. Foster, D.* 14. C. N. Barnes, It.
4. D. W. Mills, It.* 15. J. K. Roy, D.*
5. George E. White, R.*10. W. E. Williams, D.
6. Henry 8. Boutell,R.*17.1. R. Mills, R.
7. George E. Foss, R.* 18. Thos. M. Jett, F. D.
8. Albert J.Hopkins.lt.MO. William Smith, D.
». Robert B» Hitt, It.* 20. J. R. Williams, D.
10. Geo. W. Trince, R.* 21. W. A. Rodenburgh.R.
11. Walter Reeves, It.* 22. George W. Smith, R.
12. J. G. Cannon. It.*
Name.
It.*
INDIANA.
Dist.
Name.
Dlat.
1. J. A. Hemeiway, R.* 8. Geo. W. Cromer, R.
2. R. W. Micro, D.* «. Chas. B. Landis, R.*
3. W. T. Zenor, D.* 10. E. D.Crumpacker.R.*
4. F. M. Griffith, D.* 11. Geo. W. Steele. R.*
5. Geo. W. Fails, It.* 12. J. M. Robinson,F.D.*
6. Janies E. Watson, R. 13. Abram L. Brick, It.
7..J. Overstreet,-R.*
Ncir.e.
IOWA.
Name.
Dist.
1. Thomas Hedge, R.
2. Joseph It. Lane, It.
3. D. B. Henderson, It.* !♦. Smith McPherson, It.
4. C. W. Hogan, It. * 10. J. P. Dolllver. It.*
5. Robt. G. Cousins, It.* 11. Lot Thomas, It.
6. John F, Lacey, R.*
Name.
Dist.
7. J. A. T. Hull, R.*
8. W. P. Hepburn, It.*
OUR NEXT UNITED STATES SENATE.
Silver
and I'op.
Doubtful.
Denv
Hep.
State
Alabama.
Arkansas.
California.
Colorado.
Connecticut.
Delaware.
Florida.
Georgia.
Idaho.
Illinois.
Indiana.
Iowa.
Kansas.
Kentucky.
Lousiana.
Maine.
Maryland.
Massachusetts...
Michigan.
Minnesota.
Mississippi.
Missouri.
Montana.
Nebraska.
Nevada.
New Hampshire
New Jersey.
New York.
North Carolina
North Dakota...
Ohio.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island...
South Carolina-
South Dakota
Tennessee.
Texas .
Utah..
Vermont.
Virginia.
Washington.
West Virginia
Wisconsin ■'.
Wyoming.
Totals.
Republicans, 47; Democrats, 28; Hhiran Populist, 12; doubtful
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ing and all other culinary operations isjwithout a rival.
It is the best, the cleanest, the most durable and the
most convenient range in the'market. In the kitchen
equipped with this range cooking is a delight, instead
of a drudgery.
In Heating Stoves
The Safety Valve Stove
is a mechanical success. Entirely'automatic.
Stop in and let us show them to you.
Roofing, Repairing and Heater Work one of
specialties.
our;
J. C. JOHNSON & SON,
225 Market Street,
Wilmington, Del.!
Wash Your|Face,
We will keep you supplied|with soap
and towels.
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BRADWAY & HAMMOND,
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY.
812 Market
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KANSAS,
Dint. Name. Dist. Name.
1. Charles Curtin, It. 5. \V. A. CalUerlieutl, It.
2. J. D. Bowersock, it. tl. W. A. Iteeder, It.
3. V. It. Kidfulty. F.* 7. Jerry Simpson, F.*
4. J. M. Miller. It.
At large.....
.W. J. Unlit"}', 11.
KENTUCKY.
Name.
E. Set lie, D.*
Dist.
1. C. K. Wheeler, D.*
2. Henry I). Allen. U.
3. John S. Rhea, D.*
4. I). H. Smith, D.*
5. Walter Evans, R.* D.*
6. Albert S. Berry, I).* 11. Vincent Boering, R.
LOUISIANA.
Dist.
Name.
Dist.
7. Kv
8. a. G. Gilbert, D.
!♦. M. Williams, D.*
10 T. Y. FlUpatrkk,
Name.
Dist.
Name.
1. Adolph Myers, D.*
2. Robt. C. Davey, D.* 5. Samuel T. Baird, I).*
3. It. F. Broussard, D. ti. S. M. Robinson. D.
MAINE.
Dlat.
3. K. (1 Burleigh, It.*
4. C. A. Boutelle, It.*
4.
Name.
Name.
Dist.
1. T. B. Reed, It.*
2. Nelson Dlngley. R.*
MARYLAND.
Dist. Name. Dist.
1. J. W. Smith, D. 4. W. W. McIntyre, K. •
2. Wui. B. Baker, R.* 5. Sydney E. Mudd, It.*
3 F. P. Wacbter, It. 6. G. A. Pearrc, Jt.
MASSACHUSETTS.
Name.
Name.
Dlat.
Dist.
_ Name. _
J. 0. P. Ijiwrcuce, It.' s. 8. W. MoCaU, It.'
2. P. H. dinette, it.' II. .1. F. Fitzgerald, Dt*
S. J. It. Walker, It.' 10. 8. .1. Barrows, It.'
4. 0. W. Weymoth, It.'11. C. F. Sprague, B.'
5. W. S. Knok, It.' 12. W. O. levering. It.'
it. W. 11. Moody, It.' 13. 8. Oreene, It.
7. E. W. Roberta, It.
MICHIGAN.
IUst.
hn B. Corliss, R.* 7. Edgar Weeks. It.
O. Smith, It. 8. J. W. Fordoey, Rep.
8. W. Gardner, R. _ tt. Roswell P.Bishop,R.*
4. K. L. Hamilton,Rep.*10. Rosseau O.Crump.R.*
5. W. A. Smith, It.* 11. Wm. S. Meslek. U.*
6. Sam* 1 W. Smith. R.*12. C. B. Sheldon, R.*
MINNESOTA.
Name. Dist.
1. James II. Tawney.R.* 5. Loren Fletcher. It.*
2. Jas. T. McCleaiy,lt.* «. Page Morris, R.*
3. T. P. neatwole, It.* 7. Frank M. Eddy, R.*
4. Fred C. Stevens, It.*
Name.
Dlat.
i.t
Name.
Diet.
MISSISSIPPI.
Dist.
5. J. S. Williams. D.*
0. W. F. Love. 1).*
7. Patrick Henry, D.*
N
Name.
Dist.
1. John M. Allen. D.*
2. Thomas Splgfit, 1>.
3. T. C. Catcblngs, D.*
4. A. F. Fox, D.*
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MISSOURI.
Name. Dist.
1. T. J Lloyd, P.* «. Champ Clark, D.*
2. W. W. ltucker, I). 10. It. Bartholdt, It.*
3. T. J. Dougherty. D. 11. Charles F. Joy. It.
4. C. F. Cochran, D.* 12. C'. E. Tearce, It.*
5. W S. Cowherd. P.* 13. Kdwurd Robb, D.*
(i. D. A. DcArmoud, D.*14. W. D. Vandlveer. P.*
7. Jumes Cooney. I).* 15. M. K. Benton, P.
8. It. P. Bland. I).*
MONTANA.
At large.A. T. Campbell, P
NEBRASKA.
Name. Dist.
1. K. J. Burkett, R. 4. W. L. Stark. F.*
2. David H. Mercer, It.* 5. It. D. Southerland,F.*
Name.
Dist,
6. W. L. Green, F.*
3. J. S. Holdusoli, F.
At large.
NEVADA.
.F. U. Kewlauls, S. D*
NEW IIAMFSHIRE.
Dist.
2. Frank 8. Chirk, It,*
Name.
Dist.
1. c. A. Sufloway, R.
Nii ih*'.
NEW JKKSEY.
Ti.
Name.
F. Stewart, It.
6. R. W. I'nker. It.
Name.
Dist.
1. II.C. IjHidpnslager.R
2. J. J. liardlner, It.
3. l'utrick Convery, D. 7. W. I>. Daly, D.
4. Joshua Salmon I>. 8. C. N. Fowler, It.
NEW YORK.
Dist.
Niiini
Dist.
1. J. M. ltelford, It.* 18. J. II. Ketcham, It.*
2. I). M. Hurley, R.* 11). J. H. Livingston, D.
3. K. II. Drlggs. I). 20. G. II. Southwlck.lt.*
4. B. T. Clayton, I). 21. John K. Stewart, It.
5. O. G. Bennett, K.* 22. L. N. Littauer. It.*
6. Mitchell May, D. 23. L» W. Bnerton, it.
7. Nlch. 1 fuller, D. 24. C. A. Oilckerlug. R*
8. D. I). Reardon, D. 25. Jas. S. Sherman, It*
II. T. J. Bradley, !>.* 26. George W. Ray, ».•
10. A. J. Cununlng, I).* 27. M. E. Driscoll, It*
11. William Sulr.er, I).* 28. 8. E. Payne
12. G. B. McClellan, I). 20. O. W. Glllet
13. J. M. Levy. D.
14. W. A. Chanter, D. 81. J. M. E. O'Grady,It.
15. J. Kuppert, Jr., D. 32. W. H. Ryan, l>.
16. J. Q. Ackerman. 1>. 33. D. S. Alexander. R.
17. A. S. Tompkins, It. 34. W. B. Hooker, It *
NORTH CAROLINA.
Dist.
6. O. II. Dockery. It.
Name.
, It.*
. A-*
30. J.W. Wadsworth. K.*
Kama,
Dlat.
1. Harry Skinner, I\*
2. Geo. II. White, R.* 7. M. II. Celdwell. P.
3. John K. Fowler, 1'.* 8. R. Z. Linney. K.*
4. John J. Jenkins, P. 0. Rlcli'd Pearson, It.*
5. W. W. Kitchen. !>.*
Nnme.
NORTH DAKOTA.
.B. F. Spalding, It.
OHIO. -
Dist.
At large.
Name.
Name.
Dist.
1. W. It. Shattnc. It.* 12. Jno. D. Lentz, D.*
2. J. H. Bromwell, It • IS. Jas. A. Norton, I).*
3. J. L. Brenner, D.* 14. Winfield S. Kerr.lt.*
4. It. B. Gordon, D. 15. H. C.Van Vooihla.R.*
5. David Melklum. D. 16.1»reuzo Denford, It.*
6. S. W. Brown, li.* 17. J. A. McDowell, I).*
7. W. L. Weaver, It.* 18. Itobt. W. Taylor, It.*
8. A. Lybraud, It.* 111. C. W. F. Dick, It.
1). J. II. Southard, It.* 20. F. O. Phillips, It.
10. S. It. Morgan, It. 21. Theo. E. Burton, It.*
11. (\ II. Grosvenor, It.*
OltEGON.
Dist.
2. M. A. Moody. It.
Pint.
Name.
. T. H. Tongue. R.
Name.
PENNSYLVANIA.
Dist. Name.
1. H. H. Bingham, It.* 15. Fred C. Wright. It.
2. It. Adams, Jr., It.* 10. H. B. Packer. It.*
3. Wm. MeAleer, I).* 17. Rufus K. Polk, P.
4. Jas. It. Young. It.* IS. T. M. Mahon, It.*
5. Alf. O. Handler. It.* 10. I). I). Zelgler. P.
0. J. S. Butler, It.* 20. Jos. B. Thorp. It.
7. I. P. Wanger. It.* 21. S. N. Jack. It.
8. J. E. Lauer, P. 22. John Daltell, It.*
1*. I>. Ermentrout, P.* 23. W. H. Graham, It.
10. Marriott Broalus.lt.* 24. F„ F. Acheson. It.*
11. William Connell, lt.*2?k J. B. Rhownlter. It.*
12. M. B. Williams. It.*26. Geo. II. Higgins. It.
13. O. M. Rrumtn, It.* 27. Chan. W. Stone, It.*
14. M. E. Olmstend, It.* 28. J. K. P. Hall, P.
At Tange—
S. A. Davenitort, R.* Galuaha A. Grow, It.*
Dist.
Name.
TERftlBliE CUTTING
... OUR . . .

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SURE WINNERS
You can not Resist these
Tremendous Bargains.
WE CUTfl7iD SLASH PRICES
With the utmost FORCE to make our
Shoes move RAPIDLY as we Must
RAISE - MONEY
Here are a few of the Many BARGAINS
We have For You to Indulge in:
~~ Infants R. Viei Kid Russet Shoes, were
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48 Cents. Cut price 18]Cents.
_ Children's Dongola Button or Lace Shoes, were
98 Cents. Cut price 08]Cents.
$1.00 Cut price 49 Cents.
— Miss School Shoes, were
~ Ladies iiand sewed and hand welt button and lace shoes, some sold as low as
_ 25 cents and lip to $5.00. Pick out your size for $1.09.
— : Boys' strong double soled shoes tnadc of the best of calf, just the shoes for ac
— , live Boys. Regular $1.25 shoes for 75 cents.
~ 1 Boys' dress shoes $1.48. Great cut to $1.00.
Men's box calf Yici Kid, Russia and Patent Leather $5.00 shoos at $2.08.
Men's working shoes, Sl.i', kind, cut to 89 cents.
Men's satin calf dress shoes, wortli $1.50, go at 95 cents.
Men's$9.00 heavy soled shoes, in Black and Russia Calf, goat $1.95.
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TREMENDOUS CUTTING SALE
III LEVY'S KUP1F0RT SHOE HOUSE.
223 Market Street.
Goods Exchanged or Money Refunded.
We Give Trading Stamps.
Patronize The Old Reliable For Your
Fall Suit and Overcoat
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Fine Vestee Suits for children 4 to 8 years, all prices. Our
$2- 50 Suit would be a great value at $3.50, and Double breasted
Reefer Suits, 8 to 16 years, all-wool, prices $r.50, $2, $2.50, $3
! and upwards.
Fancy Box Overcoats for children, 4 to 14 years—Coverts,
Frieze, Blue or Black Kersey at the lowest price.
Our stock is complete. Call and compare prices before buy
A fine selection of piece goods made up to your measure.
our; :
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J. WARREN BULLEN.
J2 Phones, 668.
213 Market Street, Wilmington, Del
(H'a.Geo. Justis again at the old s tand.
EASIEST PLAN
/PICT /T0R1EJ
to earn a bicycle is to sell 000 of my "10
Nights in a Bar Room," at 10 cents Send io Cents for Sample Copy,
a piece. Retail price 25 cents. A 2-cent 1 t J
stamp brings particulars. 12 cents a copy
of the book and full particulars.
BICYCLE BOX. 37, Lltllz, P«.
YOUNG'S MAGAZINE,
New Orleans.
RHODE ISLAND.
Dlat.
2. Adin 11. Capron, It.*
Nam#.
Dist.
1. Melville Bull. It.*
Name.
SOUTH CAItOLINA.
Name.
Dist.
IV. I>. B. Fiuley, D.
6. J. Nortoo, D.
Dist.
1. W. Elliott. D.*
2. W. J. Talliot, D.* .
3. A. C. Latimer, I).* 7. J. W. Stokes. D.*
4. S. Wilson, !».*
SOUTH DAKOTA.
Nani- 1 .
At Lirge—
F. Knowles, F.*
J. E. Keller. F.*
TENNESSEE.
...__ Nam**. Dist.
1. W.P. Browulcw, It.* 6. John W. Gaines, D.*
7. N. N. Cos, D.*
Name.
Dist.
2. H. It. Gibson. It.
3. J. A. Moon. D. 1\* 8. T. W. Sims. D.*
4. c. K. gnodgniM, li. 9. W. P. Illieii, 1>.
Si. J. II. IllibaidiKill. I*. 1«. E. \V. Carmack, !>,'
TEXAS.
Hint. Name. lH»t.
1. TTiom,, Ball, n.' 8. S\V. T. Lanhnui.T).'
2. 8. B. Owner, II.• II. A. 8. Burleson, II.
. DeOrafTenrMd.O' in. II. 11. Hawley, It.'
4. J. Ij. Shepard, II. 11. It. Kleburg, U.'
R. J. W. Bailey, D.* II!. J. I,. Slayden, I).'
«. B. B. Burke, I).* 13, J, \\. Steveui, D.'
7. It. U Henry. 11.'
Xan.e.
3. R
vinoiNiA,
mat. Name. nut.' Name. j
i. w. a. done*, i>.' «. Peter J.otey, i>.'
3: joim A iimb" ,r i>"' s:j"ITf "uiey. H.'
4. Sydney P. Jflpes, D.* J. Jas. A. Wulker. It.*
5. C. A. Swanson, D.* 10. J. M. Quarle*. D.
WASHINGTON.
UTAH.
.II. II. Rolierts, D.
At Iatrge.
VERMONT.
Name.
Dist.
2. W. W. Grout. It.
Dist.
1. II. H. Powers, R.
Nnme.
At Large—
Jameg H. Lewis, F.* W. C. Jones, bus.*
WEST VIRGINIA.
Dist.
8. W. S. Edwards, R.
Name.
Nnme.
Dist.
1. B. B. Dovencr, R.*
2. J. W. McGraw. D. 4. G. I. Neale. D.
WISCONSIN.
Dist.
6. J. It. Davidson. R.*
7. John J. Each, R.
Name.
Kama,
Dist.
1. H. A. Cooper, It.*
2. II. B. liable, It.
3. J. W. Babcock, It.* 8. B. 8. Minor, It.*
4. Theobald Otjen, R.* 0. Ales. Stewart. It.*
5. S. S. Barney, R.* 10. John J. Jenkins, It.*
WYOMING.
.C. r. Arnold, D.
At Large.
Territories.
ARIZONA.
Delegate at Largo.J. F. Wilson, D.
NEW MEXICO.
Delegate at Large.II. B. Ferguson, D.
. OKLAHOMA.
Dogate at Largo.Dennis Flynn, R.
Recapitulation
Republican..
Democrats.
IVipullsts.
Fusion.
Sliver Democrats.
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Total.
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that is at onqe elegant in appearance and
extremely easy and comfortable to wear,
j The clothes we make will please you
from every | >.' i 111 of view and will wear
j so long mid look so well as to make it
. the IDOfit economical Clothing VOtl Call
S possibly buy.
And Yet We Sell Cheaply
I Cheap enough to be good.
Suits to order $18.00, $20.00, $25.00,
$30.00, up.
Trousers $5.00, $0.00, $7.00, $8.00, $9.00,
up.
Overcoats $18.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00,
up.
The largest line of piece goods in the
city to select from.
W. H. Lockyer,
Fine Custom Tailoring,
808 MARKET ST
J. L. DASH I ELL,
Violinist and Teacher,
Studio, 703 West Fifth Street,
WILMINGTON. DLL.
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Music Furnished for Balls, Reception a. etc.
Pupil of E. A. BRILL.
|^|EW WONDERLAND THEATRE
W. L. Dockstader, Manager.
Performances ('ally, Afternoon a
I O'clock, Evening 8 O'clock. Admin
I slon, 10, 20, 30 Cent.. Devoted to
[ Drama and Vaudeville.
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the same money, or the same goods
for lees money, than you can buy
elsewhere.
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establishment. And we are grandly prepared for it.
Every department stocked with the choicest and best
and presenting a completeness and varietypiever before
afforded in Wilmington.
Oar Prices
are also equally important factors in producing this great
activity, because they are the lowestthat can possibly be
quoted for goods of equal quality and merit, and forcibly
illustrates our well-known policy, "Not to be undersold
by any other bouse.
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receive the paper the balance of this year
free. Address, with remittance,
The State Sentinel, Dover, Del.
? $
REWARDS.
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Iso reward—The above reward
will be paid to any one Who will
give me information which will I]
lead to the conviction of any
person who directly or indirectly
gives or offers to give money, 01
other valuable things, as a bribe
for voting at the election to be
h;!d on November 8 next.
Any one who is charged with
such an act will be tried before
the court without the interven
tion of either a grqnd or petit
jury. R. C. WHITE.
THE 80|
$50 Rewar
$50 Reward
#50 Reward
will pay I50 to any person who
first furnishes the Attorney Gen- J
eral of Delaware, R. C. White, W
Esq., with information which K
results in the conviction of any
person or persons guilty of fraud
or bribery at the election to be
held on November 8. This re
ward applies alike to the three
counties. The first conviction i
in each county will be rewarded I
by $50, making the total reward ■
offered $150. r
The Sun,
$100 REWARD.— The Sun
will pay $ioo reward for the
arrest and conviction of the per
son or persons who violated the
election or registration laws of
Delaware on Saturday, October
22, 1898, in the county of New
Castle, as charged by Jerome B.
Bell in the Sunday Star; dated
October 30, 1898. The informa
tion may be lodged with Attor
ney General White or Hon. Peter
L. Cooper, upon whose orderthe
$xoo reward will be paid at The
Sun Office, No. 103 East Sixth
street, Wilmington, Del.
The Sun.
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