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The Wilmingtonian.
FtTBUiUIKD SVSKYBATDBDAY BY THE
WILMIWQTONIAN PUBLISHING CO.
OFFICE 805 MARKET STREET.
$1 Per Year
Subscription
•None but reputable and reliable bouses will
be advertised lu these columns.
Entered at Wilmington. Del., Post Office
seoend class matter.
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tton; slugle column thirty-five
each insertion;
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8« 188».
Why Defaiue Decency?
Grover Clevelaud and Benjamiu Harrison
are the chief competitors for the Presidency
and one of them will bo elected. They
both honest, patriotic citizens of whom the
conntry JiB justly proud, and every honest
oitizen should resent every attempt of cam
paign liars or fool» to oast a blemish upon
their characters.
It is reported from day to day in the cam
paign that General Harrison publicly do
olared, during the turbulent railway strikes
of 1877'tbat "$1 a day was enough for work
ingmen." As General Harrison haB never
drank and has never.been au idiot,of ooursor
he never said so. He has never been regard
ed as especially sympathetic with industrial'
people, but those who accuse him of mak- '
ing such a declaration must do it in ignor
ance or with deliberate intent to falsify.
_ It is repeated from day to day that Presi
dent Cloveland is for free trade and that he
would deprive our home industry of just
protection by tariff laws. Those who re
peat this falsehood are either to be pitied
for their ignorance or shunned for their dis
regard of truth. The message of thé Presi
dent
the tariff is the strongest and most
pointed argument for the proteetion of the
wages of labor that ever emanted from the
Executive of the nation, and the tariff revi
sion he favors gives higher protection to la
bor than was ever before given, except when
the necessities of war imposed exoessive
taxes.
It is repeated from day to day that Gen
eral Harrison voted and spoke In favor of
the free admission of Chinese labor to this
country to destroy our home labor. It is
not true, and every
genoe knows it to be false. He voted against
a Chinese bill because it was in conflict
with
Arthur vetoed the bill ou the same grounds.
Whatever may be his views on Chinese la
bor, he did not speak or vote for its free
admission when in the Senate.
It is repeated every day that President
Cleveland took no steps to protect our fish
erman in Canadian waters until the Senate
of ordinary intelli
treaty obligations, and President
rejected the treaty. All whs say so, either
know that they
hopelessly ignorant of the facts. As soon
as the treaty of 1871 expired, the President
began negotiations to settle the dispute of
many years by treaty, aud he could not
resort to retaliation while negotiations
pending. When the Senate refused to accept
any treaty, it imposed upon him the duty of
retalliaition, aud he promptly aud boldly
accepted it, aud every intelligent business
heartily thanks him for it. Ilis policy
in labor aud ini di
untruthful or they are
is thoroughly Ameri
plomacy aud only fools or 'mavesoharge the
contrary.
Whether C cvclaud o. Harrison shall be
eiected President, the country and the world
Will sincerely honor the choice of the people
and the Republio will live and prosper
whether Démocrates
Why defame decent candidates?
Republicans rule.
Artificial Feeding: of Iulauts.
The principal substitutes for breast-milk
those of the cow aud goat. The mixed
milk of a dairy is preferable to that of
r. Cow's milk must be boiled before
being used. Condensed milk is not a uni
form artiele, and its use precarious, for that
and other reasons. Goat's milk contains
too much casein and fat, besides being other
wise incongruous. Skimmed milk, obtained
in the usual way, by allowing the cream to
rise in the course of time, is objectionable,
because such milk is always acidulated. The
caseins of cow's aud woman's milk differ
both chemically aud physiologically. The
former is less digestible. There ought to
be no more than one per cent, of casuiD in
every iufant food. Dilution with water
alone may appear to bo harmless in many
instances, for some children thrive on it.
More, however, appear only to do so; for in
creasing weight and obesity are not synony
mous with health aud strength. A better
way to dilute cow's milk, aud at the same
time to render its casein less liable to ooagu
late in large lumps, is the additiqn of decoc
tions of cereals. It has been stated before
that a small amount of starch is digested at
the very earliest age. Rut cereals contain
ing a small percentage of it are to bo pre
ferred. Barley and oatmeal have an almost
equal chemical composition ; but the latter
has a greater tendency to loosen the bowels.
Thus, where tbeie is atondeucy to diarrhena,
barley ought to Se preferred; iu cases of
• mstipation, oatmeal. The whole barley
corn, ground for the purpose, should be used
for small children, becauso of the protein
being mostly contained insido aud near the
very busk. The newly-born ought to have
its boiled milk (sugared aud salted) mixed
with four or five times its quantity of barley
water; the baby of six mouths equal part».
Gum erabic and gelatin can also be utilized
to advantage iu a similar manner- Tho are
not only diluents, but also nutrients under
the influence of hydrochloric acid. Tbn in
acute and debilitating diseases which furnish
r little, hydrochloric acid iu the gastric
secretion, a small quantity of the latter must
be provided for.
To Philadelphia by Water.
Late trips are now tuatie by the steamer.
City of Chester and Brandywine, betweeu
Philadelphia and Wilmington. The Ches.er
will leave Pliiladulphia at G. 45 p. m., and
the Brandywine will leave Wilmington at
the lame time. TUiB makes five trips a day
each way
long day in Philadelphia, and returning in
he cool of the evening.
opportunity of speuding a
TO CHICAGO
TO
KANSAS CITY
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TO
PALMER LAKE
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TO
CANON CITY.
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of
in
A^Special Excursion will be
run to the Rockies from this city
about the middle of September.
SPECIAL RATES,
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS,
AND A SI'ECI
LLT
GRAND TIME.
Will be the attractions of said
excursion.
For data address The WIl
MINGTONIAN.
Chaton Portrait and Frame with the
dozen Cabinet Puotoguapiis atC'UMMiNo's
Gai.lehy 302 Market street. Call soou.
at
in
To Cape May.
Commencing Friday June 22, the Wil
raingtou and Northorn Railroad will connect
with the steamer Republic at the Delaware
river wharf daily.
The train will leave Wilmiugt >i
Northern station (Water and Frenc'.i«trees'»
a
and
at B.45 a. m.
THE BEST OF THE SEASON
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GKR^lsriD EXCTJRSIOIsI
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HOPE LODGE
NO. 21, I. O. O. F. OF WILMINGTON DELAWARE
TO
MAUCH CHUNK
and over the
SWITCH BACK
THURSDAY, SEPT '20, 1888.
ONTHEW.* N.,P.fr R.ANDL.V. R.R S.
Train will leave W. & N. Depot, at Wilmington, at6 o'clock A -
M., stopping an Madison street and Sixth Ave. (See Posters for
stations.)
Adults Tickets
$ 2 - 5 °
Children from 6 to 12
•25
Make no mistake in the date.
m - This will be the excursion to Manch Chunk.
U/nDVIMMJCIU
IW U 11 IV I 111 U Iw! EL I« i
—AND
LADIES, READ !
TWELFTH WARD
BUILDING LOTS
FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS AND UPWARDS
Over four hundred sold in the
past year. Fine location, pure
air and good water.
Cars leave every half hour
within a square of these lots for
Water and Market and Delaware
Fare five cents.
avenue.
Look at the improvements;
City water and lamps;one-eighth
tax rate, streets being graded;
new school-house; street car line
going to be extended.
For dead-sure safe investment
where you can see your money
every day, this cannot be equaled
Had a great many people taken
this advice when we gave it seve
ral years ago, you would have
saved hundreds of dollars. Take
heed now and buy.
Building lots on easy terms in
all sections of the city. Build
ing loans, stocks,or orders on any
saving bank taken in cash.
For information how to secure
a home apply to
PETER J7FORD,
2d and Webb Sts., or
THOS, M. OGLE,
602 i 2 Market St.
Vestibulcil Train« on tlie B. O.
U. R.
The first of the Baltimore aud Ohio Com
pany's new vostibuled trains has been turned
out of Mt. Clare Sliojra and an experimental
trip was made with it August lGih. The
train was
from Baltimore to Keyser, 215
miles, in five hours. On the line between
Baltimore and Keyser
the B. & O. Road, but notwlth
some of sharpest
ourves
standing the high rate of speed maintained
tho swaying of the train was scavcely per
ceptible, the oscillation at the top of the car
not exceeding six inches.
This test fully demonstrates what has
heretofore been claimed for tho vestibule
devioe and that is, that it effectually obviates
the swayiug motion imparted to a train in
rounding ourves at high speed. Tim
train will bo itr mediately placed in regular
service between Philadelphia and Chicago.
All other through trains on the B. & O.
will be fitted with the vestibule appliance
as rapidity as possible, aud within tho next
sixty days it Is thought to have tho work
eompleted.
JOHN H. PORTER.
7 th & Madison Sts,
Now has the exclusive control
of four of the finest Dairies in
New Castle county and has the
accoutrements for dispensing 600
quarts of the pure lacteal daily.
Customers accommodated with
both morning and afternoon de
liveries during the heated term.
Four Wagons now on the Route
Call on or address Milk Depot
S. E. corner of 7 th and Madison
Streets.
GAPE MAY
via
Wilmington & Northern Railway
AND
Steamer Republic
-
On and after June 22 trains
will leave foot of French street
8.45 a.m. daily .except Sunday. On
Sunday at 9 a.m. to connect with
steamer at Delaware River Pier.
Returhing, the train will leave
the Pier on arrival of steamer
daily.
N. B,—Steamer Republic, until
further notice, on each successive
Wednesday will carry her passen
gers to the Breakwater, without
extra charge.
$ 1.00
FARE FOR THE
POUND TRIPS.
"0 NournativeHEATH "
i i i fi,' ti.i> wrt wi -1
LIFE BY INDORSED PARTICI
PANTS OP PAST HISTORY
IN BIIPP 110 llll,l/'S
to
COLONEL W. F. CODY
ORIGINAL
WILD WEST
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THE RESULT OF A LIFE'S EXPERL
ENGE GENTLEMEN'S DRIV
ING PARK, PIIILADA.. PA.
COMMENCING AUGUST 13.
EVERY AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK,
RAIN OR SHINE.
ssu r od. 4—
. Six thousand ro
unds, guar
anteeing all perfect view and increased enjoyment.
All street cars and 'busses to Kim and Belmont
avenues
Pennsylvania railroad new special rapid transit
. New station (WynneFred) at grounds.
Hound trip, fare and admission, 65 cents. Hpeelal
excursion tickets frnni all Pennsylvania railroad
stations in suburb
Hcc small bills and station agents.
GENERAL ADMISSION, 50o.. CHIL
DREN, 25o. NO STREET PA
RADE.
('heap and easy access with comft
' free, shaded se:
. Rearrangement of
Hix t lions;
d h
al Heading railroad to Belmont
, Including admission.
s
HERIFF'H SALE-BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT
of Ijevari Facias,
directed will bo expos
t House on Market St.
d Eleventh streets In the city of
Wilmington, New Castle county. Delaware,
ON SATURDAY.
publie sale
the C
in
between Tentl
THE 15TII DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1888,
At 2 o'clock, p. m.
The following described Real Estate viz:
All that cortasn lot or pari
house thereon erected, sltiu
eel of land with a brick
1 in the city of Wil
mington aforesaid, hounded and described
Beginning
at the dis
fol
the northerly side of Scconc street
os eighty-one feet easterly from the
easterly side of Adams street, thenoe along said
side of Hecond street, easterly 82 feet to a corner,
■e northorCT and parallel with Adams street 98
feet to a corner, thence westerly along a lino of a 4
feet wide alley running parallel with recoud street.
16 feet to a corner, tlienco southerly along a line of
said alley, parallel with Adams street 80 feet
cstcrly add parallel
street along said side of said aforesaid alley 4 feet
wide 16 foot to a corner, thence southerly and par
allel with Adams street 00 feet to the aforesaid side
of Hecond Btrect and place of beginning, ho the
thereof wlirt they may.
Seized and taken in execution as the property of
James Lafferty, deceases, (Henry 0.Turner; Execu
tor,) and Jane E. Lalferty,surviving mortgagor, aud
1.1. and to he sold by
or
• GILES LAMBSON, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office Wilmington, Del., Hept. 1, 1888.
Successor to
H. P, WEAVER
St.
IfECREAM&C 0 i\FECTI 0 NmY
Wilmington, Del.
Parties of all kinds catered for or furnished
at short notice. Orders by mail promptly
attendod to. Oysters served in season.
Telephone 418.
706 Market St.
O.
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HoimI Sill
L New York
MERCHANT
TAILORING
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If"
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A fine grade of goods
cat and made in the
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Not least ar.ioug the wonders of inventive
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Heal Kstale Sales.
i-reutly reported that the enterpris
ing real estate agent M. T. Poole, lias sold
more houses tho past winter than auy other
real estate ageut in the city. Persons having
having property to sell or
It u
will do well
to put in bis hands as it will be to their ad
uantage. Read advertisement in this isau e
it wirr iivriT
nool and
To look over our stock ofj Boys.
dresB shoes for Girls i—
od. 4—
ro
. FALL
you can;:.
at the—
—Into orror by i nil n r
sim
FAMILY
206 Market St., Above Second
St.
of
7
BRING ORSENl^
The Girls and Boys aud we guarantee.^
is faction. Kid and pebble button b| B<
flue medium, with heels and spring 'j ng
Fine kid, book lace with heels ana Sp.n
heels for the girls. Calf and grain button
and hook lace, heel and spring heel, with
and without protection tip for the boys.
Don't fail to hog our shoos aud our prices
before you purchase. We can pi
girls aud boys and you will save money.
Fide medium and coarse shoes, all grades.
We have too many prices; reduced to make
them go quickly.
Headquarters for Ttunis and Base-ball
Shoos.
brick
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street
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THE FAMILY SHOE HOUSE.
No. 205 Market Street,
Above Second, Wilmington.
WM. II. BABCOCK,
SMELTZ & CO.,
No. 13 E. FOURTH STREET.
IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO BUY
Watermelons, Peaches and all kinds of
stook usually kept by Commission Dealers.
He keeps the largest stook in the city.
18 E. FOURTH STREET.
J. H. HOFFECKER, JK.
HOFFECKER & HOFFECKER.
F. H. HOFFECKEB
Art
ATTORNEY—AT-LAW
IN LAW BUILDING.
NINTH A MARKET STS., WILMINGTON, DEL
Entrance on Market Street
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law all woo tee thii ifiay aahd
ind teet the bunneaa, we wake'tili
well »atlefled we
_ Her to pay for the trouble at wvfl
ISrtionUr* »né outfit free. Alfirst
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CURES
Coughs
L_C°LDS.
Hotel Normandie,
Atlantic City, N. J.
OPENED MARCH 3
Appointments first class.
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"It not only cures a cough but
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was the remark of some one who
had used Mclnall's Syrup of Tar
Wild Cherry and Wood Naphtha.
Decidedly the best Cough
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DRUGGIST
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THE SPORTMENS WAREHOUSE.
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—AND—
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Lines, Plies Snoods, Bait», Hook»,
Leaders, Fly Book , and Fishing
Tackle of the Fi- 1 »r aud Larg
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