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CLOCKS, WATCHES, AC.
jpRKSTON AYAR8.
Practical Watch Maker,
And dealer 1«
AMERICAN AND SWIM
watches,
C LOOKS. J B W ELRY,
Spectacle«,
Kye-Glasses.
Silver-Ware. Je«
Xïo. 30S Market Street
Wilmington, Del.
rartioular attention paid to rapatria* In all
B oranenea : also, changing epeciaole glasses,
as a good assortment o( glasses constantly
° IMpnbUnis cordially invited to oall and
examine my etoek and loam my prioes.
JelO/75___
407 MARKET ST.. 407
BfiNJ. S. CLARK,
A full assortment of superior
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
SPECTACLES,
Constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest
market rates. Particular and personal atten
tion given to Repairing any article in the
above line. . . . . ..
A line assortment of Spectacles constantly
hand, and sole agent for the Celebrated
diamond Spectacles
marie
C . I . BUSH.
HAS REMOVED TO
229
{MARKET STREET.
A LARGE STOCK OF
W atch.es,
J ewelrv,
& Silver-ware
Constantly on hand.
«"Repairing promptly at;ended to.
March 29.1875.
HARVEY FILLET & SONS,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Britannia. Nickle Silver,
SILVER-PLATED WARE,
Hoi id Silver W are.
No. 1222 MARKET ST.,
PHILADELPHIA.
Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Castors, Tea Sot
mjU-Orn
Etc.
EL KENT * CO,
D.
Importers and Manufacturer Agents for
IRON.
IRON,
STEEL.
blfaiEL.
HARDWARE. HARDWARE.
AND COACH MATERIAL
Have the Largest Stock of goods in tho State
a their Une. and Best Assorted Stock in the
United States.
ÇNO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 210 ANDfi
|212 ORANGE STREETS,
Wilmington, Del.
JJERMAN A HRENS.
8ENERAL PROVISION DEALER.
No. 334 Tatnall Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
spectfully announce to his friends
and the public that he still carries on
Meat business, at the old stand, and will keep
constantly on band the best quality
SUGAR -CURE
PLITCH, SHOULDERS,
LARD, PORK,
SAUSAGE, DRIEU BEE*
CHEESE,' TONGUES, Ac.,
All of which wiU be sold wholesale and retail
t the lowest city prices.
He returns his thanks to his many emsto
rs for past favors and sspeotUilly sol icits
n tmu&nceof the same.
Would re
at
D HAMS,
•JjtlBSTlNATIONAL
BANK
OF WILMINGTON i
EPOSITORY OF THE PUBLIC MONEYS
FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED
STATES.
EDWARD BETTS. PRESIDENT.
EORGE D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.
up Capital,
«500,000
Philadelphia and New York Exchange
„•g'aed to regular Depositors without charge.
Discount days. Mondays and Thursdays,
DIRECTORS:
I George W. Bush,
Eli Garrett,
Sam'l Bancroft, Jr
William Tatnali,
_ mar28
ement B. Smyth,
'««tael Pusey,
Henry 8. McComb.
Drniel James,
iCdward Betts.
JOHN X,. MALONE
PLAINUkd ornamental
marble works,
Delaware Avenue dt Madison
•WILMINGTON. DEL.;
'(Constantly on hand an assortment of
best marble of the different kinds which
is prepared to work up into Monuments,
Head and Foot Stones, Steps, Mantels,
House Work in general. Having a long
veneace in the business, he flatters himse
that he can give entire satisfaction to all
ay favor him with their patronage.
bln are invited to call and inspect
ork and learn his ur ices. nov27'75-1
JOHN P. ALLMOND,
Cw. 8th Æ'Market
DEAL! Ill IN
^ GROCERIES.
u Teas, Coffees ,m Spices. &c.
ISH'S
B
v . hiladelphia Freight Line
3d W harp above Chestnut, Pailv
French St. Wharf, Wilmington.
HOM
ARPERAPERCIVAIa,! «
Pay the highest cash p 1 cea for
Cotton and tv oolen d gs,
' Books and Paper, Old Iron and Meta.3,
of ail kinds, at
Y sit Front stbeet.
II
0.^21?
DRUG STORKS.
w. E. WILLIAMS,
D R U G G I -S T .
Ninth and Market Streets *
HCeeps a full Pine of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Pure, fresh, and carefully seleoted for
DISPENSING PRESCRIPTIONS AND
FILLING ORDERS for FAMILY USE
Fibst-THE BEST QUALITY OBTAINA
BLE.
Never sacrificing quality for cheapness.
Second— REASONABLE PRICES.
Special attention paid to compounding
AND AC
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
CURAIELY, BY
W, E. WILLIAMS. Druggist.
Corner Ninth and Market atroeU.
f Wilmington. Del.
feb8-tf
OFFICE PKACTnTONZK,
ALFRED WALTON,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Having made the study and practice of med*
icine a lifetime business, and having been en
gaged therein over thirty-five years, offers his
servioes to the allltoted who may call upon
him, free from charge, for medioal advice»
charging for medio! nos a reasonable price;
but to those who write to him a statement of
their troubles» ho wishes to say that his time
is too valuable and his expenses too heavv to
answer their letters unless they enclose Two
Dollars.
Chronic cases that cannot be cured« may be
relieved by ludicious advice and manage*
jy3-d&wf>m
ment.
Truss & BraceDeoartment
H AVING as* OCX ofTrnnee«, Brace«
Happorters, SnapenMorle« and 0 h
ermechamoai appliance*,unsurpassed in ex
tent and variety by that of any other sin»*
lar establishment in tho country, and with
upwards of
Twenty Years JSxponenco
In applying tham, weleoi confident of ou
abil ity to gi7e ontire satisfaction to all those
requirickoor services in this direction !
OlH INSTRUMENT*
Arc constructed lu the best manuei.ot the
best D-hteriais, and of various 3ixcst .uit all
cases :rui& she smallest infant t arrant
adv.i. We have
PR1VA1B ROOM
•„uclr adjustment, while our prioes are
^.uuarate and so varioa .»u • ifan^ve
assortment, as to suit the pooxets ail.
,'kVSi Hundreds of persons
—k?*, aft«r trying the larger
citiee, have «xpr«M«d
ï\ù v «ratification of the
. >»i vm iscility and eeonomy
with whioh they ha»«
been suited at on? eitab
lishment.
BRINGHUR8T A Cc.. Apothecaries,
corner Sixth and Mark«tstre«ts,
Wilmington. Del
m
:
,
t "Xi
O F-R1ISJ INTO
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRESS GOODS:
BLAOB. SiTjK.
oar specialty- '
English Walking Jacquets.
SPRING WEAR.
PKE.NCI1 FOULARD,
FRENCH & IRISH POPLIN,
SHAWLS, UASSIMERE,
WATER-PROOFS
TRIMMINGS BF ALL KINDS,
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN.
2'.26 Market Street,.
WILMINGTON
NEW BOOKS,
As soon as published- AU the
New Magazines
Newspapers,
(Dailyf&nd Weekly.)
Blank Books
Stationery, '
Game
And a very large avortaient of articleslboth
for ornamentland use. at
the
Ac..
a
*
E. S- R- BUTLER'S,
1 420 Market (street.
WILMINGTON, BEL.
janll
J^ELAWARE CARPET H0USE,
09 MARKET STREET. ABOVE THIRD»
WILMINGTON, DEI,,
cheapest place in the State to buy yotu
0AEPETS.0IL 0L0THS.KATTI :KI8,
aadWITOOW SHADES.!
h:e: ist i-t.'sr oelteibe's.
■SK'IMARKETfSTREET.
fur
at
.
B.—Rag Carpet woven to order at th
shortest notice and lowest market rates.
N.
Fashionable Furmtnre.
J. & J.N- HARMAN,
Sts
Wo 412 King Street,
WILMINGTON. DEL..;
Inform ; t h. out .
Wilmington and the aur
rounding oonntrr that we eontinue
to manufacture and keep on hand at
our large and long established _
Furniture of every variety and style, con
sisting of Mahogany,Rosewood and Walnut
Furniture suitable for parlor,dining-room
and ohamber uses.
the
he
and
ex
wh
Th
h
v
We res
tens ol
wa rerooms
Our assortment ofj Furniture s largeerand
more varied than can be found in Delawaro,
and all artioles sold atour establishment are
warranted as represented.
Vonitiar. Blinds of the mos fashionable
designs made to order and kept constantly
on band. We also manufacture and ooostsnt*
ly keep a largeasortment of Spring ^
Moss and Husk Mattresses
; J. A J. N. HARMAN.
1410 KingTstreet. Wilmington
J^EMOVAL
l nave removed from my old stand 403 Ship
ley street to
N. W. COR. THIRD dt SHIRLEY STS.,
Where, with Increased facllltlee,
shall
better prepared to supply the wants of
customers with
my
STOVES, HEATEK8, RANGES
LK
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
generally. Beir.« chant.'ul for past lavor
hope by persona! attention to ousmess u
inuoSto rec'îtve a snare ofj your patron *:ge
R MORBISt»*
DEMOCRATIC PROSPECTS.
INFORMATION AND ESTIMATES OF THK
CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRATIC COM
MITTEE.
Washington, Sept. 1G.—The Con
gressional Democratic Committee here,
who are engaged ia distributing politi
cal information, documents, and
speeches, keep up a constant and very
extensive correspondence with all parts
of the country, and necessarily seek to
be well informed as to be the prospect of
the Presidential election. Great pains
have been taken to form a sound
judgment, by seeking facts in detail
through the local organizations, dis
carding enthusiastic reports, and rejec
ing loose estimates of supposed
strength.
Entire confidence in the election of
Gov. Tilden is felt, and unless all the
signs should prove false, or aa unex
pected reaction occur, bis majority in
the Sectoral College will surprise
some of his friends as much as his
most pronounced opponents,
drift of public opinion is favorable,
and if the October States do not disap
point expectation the Presidential con
test will virtually end with the election
oftbat plain and honest farmer, "Blue
Jeans" Willisms, as Governor of In
diana. The figures to work out the
general result arc as follows:
For Haye».
The
tor Tilden,
Alabama..
Arkansas
California.
Conecticut.
Delaware.
Florida . .
Georgia.
Indiana.
Kentucky.
Maryland.
Mississippi. 8 Pennsylvania
Missouri. 15 Rhode Island
New York. 35S. Carolina....
N. Carolina. 10 Vermont..
New Jersey
Oregon.
Tennessee.12
Texas.
Virginia.
West Virginia
^Illinois.
G ; Iowa...
G Kadsas.
6 Maine.
31 Massachusetts
4'Michigan.
11; Minnesota. 5
15, Nebraska.
121 Nevada.
8 N. Hampshire
21
11
7
13
n
:
3
5

1
. 7
0
3 Total
.129
Doubtfvl.
8 Colorado...
111 Louisiana.
5 0hio.
—1 Wisconsin
;;
22
10
Total.197
Total.43
According to these figures Tilden
would have twelve votes to spare, and
Hayes would require fifty six to elect.
Conceding to him the four States
classified as doubtful.he would still be
short thirteen votes. Where are they
to come from is a question which the
Republican managers have not been
able to answer to their own satisfac
tion.
The most interesting points at this
time are Indiana and Ohio. No doubt
is entertained by the Congression
Democratic Committee as to a decid»
ed majority in Indiana for Williams.
The estimates generally agree upon
15,000, though there may be a margin
of 5,000 cither way. At the outset of
the canvass the Democrats did not
count upon Ohio at all as one of the
necessary elements to elect. Previous
distractions on the currency has
wrought bad feeling and divisions.
Now they are united neartily.and the
Republicans are giving grounl in the
manufacturing counties. The Ger
mans are substantially united for Til
den in the cities ana towns where
they are mostly found in large num
bers. They have castoff Sehurz as a
leader—at least for this occassion. The
reports are encouraging, and the re
sult will be close ; but the State is put
down as doubtful.
Wisconsin is included in the doubt
ful list, though the accessions to Til
den are numerous, and the Cermans
are zealous in bis support. The ac
counts from there claim the State for
the Democrats decisively.
No fear is entertained of the votes
of Florida, North Carolina, or MLj
sissippi, which the Republicans have
treated as uncertain. North Carolina
will give Tilden not less than ten
thousand majority, and it may reach
double that number. Peace prevails
in Florida and Mississippi, and that is
the best assurance of a Democratic
victory ia the both States.
Hut for the corrupt Returning Hoard
in Louisiana, no doubt of any kind
would be admitted in regard to that
State. If frauds can control the vote,
and the vote is essential, they will be
perpetrated. Hut the belief isgeneral
that the Democratic majority will be
so overwhelming that the managers
will not venture upon this experiment.
Colorado is claimed by both parties,
but as it is about to emerge from a
Territorial condition, the Federal
patronage becomes an important factor
in determing the result, and will be
used without scruple; in view es
pecially of two new Senators.
No serious attention is giveu by the
Democratic Committee to the
paper reports about West Virginia,
which originate with the Republicans
That State is booked for,eight or ten
: thousand for Tilden.
Wnile no claim has been made for
, South Carolina it is known that the
colored defection is large enough to
justify great expectations; .andthe re
cent local elections prove that iu spite
of threats and violence by the Repub
lican leaders many blacks are separat
iDgfrom the fold joining Tilden clubs
and voting the Democratic ticket.
This is the view of the situation ta
ken here by the most prudent
hers of the Congressional Democratic
Committee,though some of them make
much larger estimates, and include
States tha are usually conceded to
Hayes.
If October election favor Tilden to
file extent anticipated, a stampede
may be looketl for among the Repub
licans, which cannot be arrested by
any artful management. A decided
Democratic victory in Indian, though
success may easily be achieved with
out it, would be the signal for a still
grander triumph in November
news
.
aur
at
_
con
men
are
The Peace Commission's Council at
Ped Cloud Agency yesterday was a
failure. No Sioux attended. The
Arrapahoes were there, but would do
nothing till the bioux were heard
from. As to-morrow is the day for
issuing rations the Commisson
instructed to suspend the issue, so as
to bring the Bioux to the Council.
Charles Wood, a tramp, on Monday,
in Massachusetts, stopped at the house
of Joseph Hazard and on leaving
struck him with a club,and then assaul
ted and killed Mrs. Hazard with
axe. I-Ie was captured and committed
to j uil at Lie, for triai.
are
my
lavor
u c
*:ge
an
From «h» Philadelphia Time» to-day.
The Thronged City.
•TANGERS FLOCKING IN BY TENS
OF THOUSANDS FROM ALL
QUARTERS.
A crowded city. That is tlio
conitiou of the city to-day. The
immense number of strangers here
now far exceods the 4th of July
numbers,
streets
ono surging mass of humanity.
Sidewalks were simply impassible,
except in the direction the crowd
was moving. Rapid pedestrianism
could only be indulged in on the
side streets. While many hotels
were crowded their utmost capaci
ty it must not bo inferred that all
the hotels and boarding houses
are full, as there is ample room for
more guests, but the great difficul
ty with strangers is, they always
rush to the very heart of the city,
and the result naturally is tho com
plete filling of the hotels in the vi
cinity. Whereas, if thoy would
seek accommodations a very little
remote they would find ample and
pleasant places. The number of
strangers at present in |,the city
is estimated at two hundred thou
sand, of which about fifty thousand
are supposed to ho Odd Fellows
and their families. That this esti
mate is nearly corrct will be per
ceived from the following table of
arrivals up to midnight for yester
day only: On the Pennsylvania
Railroad the New York excursion
train brought about l,800;the regu
lar trains about 4,500; regular
trains from Pittsburg and the
Northwest, fully 8,000; one excur
sion train of fifteen continuous sec
tions, 7,200 from Pittsburg, 4,000
people were to leave Pittsburg
3.000 from Tyrone, not included
in the above numbers, to arrive
later an excursion from Pittsburg
of 2,300 is included in the above
numbers. It is supposed there are
0,000 Pittsburg and Allegheny vis
itors in our midst now. An ex
cursion from Westmoreland coun
ty,numbering over 000, tho largest
that over left Westmoreland; fully
4.000 from Washinton and Balti
more; 77 cars, or 3,880 persons,
passed Reading up to II o'clock
yesterday morning, and fully that
number up to midnight; 50 cars,
or 2,500, in the same time on the
Perkiomcn branch. At this same
ratio there has since arrived on
both branches fully 7,000 more.
The above will give but a faint idea
as to tlio total number in the city,
as the Odd Fellows began coming
on last Saturday, and every day,
in fact, every train has been load
ed with them. Tho increased at
tendance at the Centennial is *au
evidence.
Chesnut ami Broad
were last evening
The Republicans, after howling
themselvgs hoarse over the Hamburg
tragedy,have wisely concluded to post
pone the tiais until after the election.
The Republicans have found out that,
like some other matters, the more
they stir it the more it smells, and
hence have concluded to put it off till
a more convenient seasou. Shrewd
boys'.
On Solomon's Island, Calvert Coun
ty, Maryland, last week, a showman
named;Howes got into an altercation
with a man named Hill. Howes stab
bed and fatally wounded Hill and kil
led Captain Richard Heck, who inter
fered to prevent a continuation of the
fight. Howes
afterwards escaped
across the Potomac into Virginia.
To cîJïFKiiiNü Ladies.—"D r. Hogersons
Femule Hyitrastin Fowde.r$ t ' for all fcinul
complaints. By ma:!, $1. Address lie
Rogerson, P.Q. *iox. Zööti N. t. city.
Jt*lt Of ESS l ON A. L.
K. POLK,
A'llO USE Y-A 2-LA IV,
JOHN I
>io. WÎJO Market fetreet,
0CLi2'75d&vrJy
Wilmington. Del.
^kOHOE VICKERS,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
OHE8TEUTOWN, MiBILAtCD,
M. W. VICKERS,
attorney AT LAW,
Chestertown, Md.
'YY' alteh;c ijmmins,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
No Sia King Street .
(Next door to Rost Office,)
deo 20*73-tf _Wilmington. Del.
G HI M Mil AW,
novlîtr
Np. 826|Wcst Street,
E.
B. FKAZE
J&STiOE OF THE PEACE
NOTARY PUBLIC,I
Suffice hours from 7 Retook a. m. to a o'clock
ft«*«* A .tf-irkttt sin
rJttf
V RICK VARCHITECT
Clrll Kiiglneer ana Surveyor. Make,
mapa ol lands, rents bouses and makes col
AlB °, draws deeds and mortgas
with neatness and dispatch. Office, No
Architectural work and
aurveving a specialty.
J_^OOEK8 A KIMME Y,
'.(I III, ENGINEERS,
omee, a* Pela ware gtraet,
New Caetle, Del.
my6-tf
es
at
a
for
dec7'75-ly
Ijami Surveying a specialty.
D HS. TANTUM A FRANTZ,
_ Homckpathici
. physicians and surgeons
""Wimket Street, Wilmington.
J. K Tahtim, M. D.
J. F. Fkantz, M. d
Delaware.
apr22-dltaw
M oney to loan on. bond
M ortgage.
SAMUEL V. McCAULLKY,
an
AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WANTED SCO
Men Women & Chi Idren«
TO BUT THEIR
Boots, Shoes & Gaiters.
At the East End Shoe Store. 8. E. Corner
Ninth and Spruce 8ts., where every article is
sold at panicky prices. Call And be con*
vinced.
Custom work a specialty and done in the
very best atyle. Keyairing neatly and cheaply
executed. WM. HOUCK.
aug4-ly
L OUIS MARTIN,
PnuHcal BOOT <t SHOE MAKER,
414 Kant Seventh Street.
Custom Work a Specialty, and
done in the best manner and ati__-—
moderate rates. Repairing neatly and
promptly attended to. Call and see me
je26dly
New Store ! New Goods !
Low Prices !
AFTER ALL. AFTER ALL, AFTER ALL.
The best argument we can offer the people is
Lowest Prices fob Quality of goods.
This we do offer in every
Boot, Shoe or Gaiter
we sell for Ladies, Gents, Misses, and
Children. We have a full and complete
stock for the ooming season, which we invite
the public to call and examine.
LADIES WHITE KID SLIPP ERS
SPECIALTY.
Particular attention paid to
CUSTOM WORK.
JOHN K. BAUCOCK.fSä
apr24*3in 8. W. Cor. Seoond and Market.
J
REMOVAL.
r-jT. F. PEXXIX«TOK,
HAS REMOVED TO
110 East Second Street,
Where he is preparedjto make' all
kinds and styles of
BOOTS and SHOES/ 11
to order, in good style,iof good material and
at Low Prices.
Ready Made Work sold at fair prices.
JWN. B;—Repairing done at short notice,
neat, cheap and prompt, at
At No* HO 1C. Second Street.
fyUdSm
IT. F. PENNINGTON.
PHILIPP BAY,
PRACTICAL AND ANATOMICAL
Boot and Shoe Maker,
No. 9 Weit Ninth Street,
First quality work on hand and for sale at
moderate prices.
Custom Work,
J
lall it* hr 1 \ : i*j« |mi le i
the 'best
ann r.
Boo« 111 S t ><h .
bunions a specialty,
Reptairing neatly and promptly **xecuted.I
apr57»idly PHILIPP RAY.«
<
M fit f»ot with corns and
THE PLACE TO BUY
IS AT THE
NEW SHOE STORE
I
IO« West .üecoiid Street,
Where yon can get well made and durable
BOOTS AND SHOES,
d extremely low prices
We have a large stock of Gents'^
Ladies', Messes and Children's wear
constantly on baud'
feb26.6n*
J. C. ALEXANDER,
103 West Second Street.
WI-LMINGTON
WAGON WORKS
■ Constantly
Express, Market, Truck, Fa m
Germantown
AND
Sneath'a Patent Tilting Wagon,
Carts. Push-Carts and Barrows : alio.
Agricultural Implements,
iwhiohar. being sold ateost.inoludlnx
PLOWS, HARROWS Ac CULTIVATORS
AU Nos. of the Moore. Wiley, Peaoook, and
Uockendora Plows, with .or Iwithoutkcentre
draft.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly
Executed,
hand and made to order.
IBLAi'KSniTHIX«
In all its branches. Particular attention
given to
m
IK
V
I
HORSE-SHOEING
AU diseases of the foot, and cases of lame
ness inoiuental to shoeing, or fasti driving
treated under the
Dunbar System.
SUCCESSFULLY,'
■Interiming i.variablylcured .In! ono ahoe
Knuckling
.. . , knee sprung hosescs are
mediately benefitted and left in condition to
the aid of which nature soon effects perma
nent cure.
Lameness from corna instantly removed.
Immediate relief given in cases of acut«
founder.
Diseases of the above nature and !varioua
others pertaining to the foot and legjhereto
fore considered incurable by "Ola School"
Veterinarians, are by a judicious application
of the Dunbar System relieved a ad cured.
Anatomical specimens exhibited at the
office, showing cause and effect.
Having been at great expense to acquire a
thorough knowledge of the subject, and be
ing the only smiths in the State to whom Mr.
Dunbar has imparted his valuablolmethod of
treatment, I am prepared to treat .the
case the public can bring forward. *
I employ only competent menlfand
son&lly supervise all operations.
Oftice.tilt and 113 Orangs St.
DAVID VV OLDIAN.
worat
8
per
GT CE.
N
1 N D• AN KING HOTEL
108 AND IIÛ MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL
msdation'oTUrn'publfo 1 time8 - '^scc^
jan21-tf
•OHNMKALEY
T. S. MITC! KEJLL,
Physician and Surgeon,
South of Hockeîsin, Del.
ïlS-wîm Pro'essicnal
rararsK*,.
wm. s. watt,
No. 1009 Market Street
PLUMBER,
STEAM dr «AS FITTER
AU materials In my ii ne 0 , b u , lnmc ,
I
stantiy on hand.
tf
Wilmington, Aug. 24,237^
^NDREW MclICGH.
PRACTICAL
PLUMBER,
Steam and Gas Fitter,
No.391 Walnut Street,
Wilmington i*
th*®»? ** "«cuteîni ^beaîïïï. 01 **
jm-"md' not,ce '" d on "ÄSI
pLUMBING
CHAS. STEWART A CO.,
Having taken the old stand a'
215 W. Fourth Street,
have constantly on hand
an
assortment 0
«AS FIXTURES,
Chnnslellt», Store p
bu. .11(1 Brackets,
which they will sell „ LOW AS Tnvtn»
EbT. lly close and personal attention« h*'.
&«o. h0,, ° t0rMe ' Ve ■**»{$&
ROBERT HUTTON,
Plumber and Gas Fitter,
No 302 French Street.
Having removed to the shove njmoi .
store, and having everything in m , J
line of business, lam prepared to dJTIft
kinds of Plumbing and Gu llttuuJSi
in a workmanlike manner and « moderve
all
Oils and Lamp«
of different kind« kept on hand sad for ia!e
at the lowest figures. Reptirinr nflit ly sad
promptly done, Beer pumps a spscialfy
oheap for cash. His old friends and the out
lie are invited to give him a call *
jyl3-8m
ROBERT HUTTON.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Merchant Tailor,
No. 415 King St,
Wilmington, Delaware.
JEW MERCHANT TAILORING
ESTABLISHMENT.
< The undersigned has opened a new mer
chant tailoring establishment
AT NO. 400 KING STREET
N
He has laid in a stock of seasonable gook
and cut prices down to the Lowest Figari
Call ami examine my stock and learn ■?
prices. No trouble to show goods or anw
questions.
my4-tiip
PHILIP Bosm
WM. O'CONNOR
Merchant Tailoe
HAS REMOVED
lo 2. West Third St reel,
(One door from Market,)
And has laid na Splendid Assortmentc 1
Cloths, Cassimerea and Vestings
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER,
Which he willj make up at prices to su::
the times.
Pant** a Specialty*
feblStf
COLE,
We do not sell cheap collars, prefering nol
to keep that olass of goods. Our colltrt^
cuffs are all first class, of elegsnt make w■
finish. They are made of F OU RI LY B LJ
LINEN. We sell THREE COLLABS JOB
FIFTYCENTS.
THE CABINET SHIRT
IS #1.25
Everybody la weiring them, they vdj "
wash to pieces, but are a genuine uraiu**
ehirt, perfect in make, fit and material. .
A full line of Men's Furnishing kwa**
prices that defy competition. Jationu*
those who confine themselves to tbeir its
mate business. "«"fieU.
nug4-eod®_
Cheap Furnishing Store.
rpHR ARTIZAN8 SAVINGS BANK,
502 MARKET STREET!
la jorporated February 23, 1861
Open to receive deposits daily fro»
*ntil 4, P. M., and on Tuesday and Saturn
yeninga from 7 to 8 o'clook.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
J six per cent, has been regular!?
osits, since the organization of tne BM«,»
t is the expectation of the Managers, tuai w
—— 1 of dividends will be continued.
When dividends are not withdrawn.
5posits. Thus perm»»
d their interest twice
rate
the
re accounted as de
deposits commpoun
each yean.
fMANAGEBS:
William S. Hllloa. George W. Burt.
Clement B. Smyth, George 9. Lap«Ue,
Chas W. Howland, M. L. UoM«SS
Nathan'1K. Bennon, Edward DarUjit"
Henry F. Den, Job H, J_ a °S!°°'
E. M. Stotænburg, Wm. H. Swilt,
Anthony Higgtne.
WM. S. HILLES, PrelW"'
GEO. W. BUSH, Vico PrealdenL
eb'21-ly K. T. TAYLOB. Tr«u^
Furniture ! Furniture •
S. W. Cor. Fourth & Shipley S' s
the lowest figures. _ ,.
I will also carry aa the Cabinet
aking business ia attlwWncjiea.l*^
id am prepared to do first Quality wer
every description) . , to
ÜnÜeHtakw«
te
of
M
wiU ree* 1
all orders in that line
prompt attention at all times.
All kinds of furniture Repaired in
styles and at moderate chargee
Publie patronage solici^ BBg0N< A g*t.
thebe'
Hit. «ALtAWE®'
DENTIST
No- 8 East Fifth Street
Attends to all curative opQ^.Ucat« oan i
Teeth in the most careful und a na in by th®
ner. Extracting Teeth without-ver'-W® 3 ^
use of Gasjor Ether, a specialty,
live year3 experience with bothlim
ga?.
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