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CLOCKS. WATCHES, EC.
J3RE8T0N AY ARS,
Practical 'V atch Maker,
And dealer
American and Swiss
w a: r c hik is,
ISWBLHY,
M
Spectacles.
Kye-Glasset.
Silver-W »re, Acs
Ho. 306 Harket Street*
WmoNOTON, Del.
Particular attention paid to repairing in all
s »ranches ; also, changing speoiaole glasses.
> a good assortment of glasses constantly
band.
The public is cordially invited to call and
examine my stock and learn my prices.
felO, , 7B
407 MARKET ST.. 407
BENJ. S. CLARK,
A full assortment of superior]
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
8PE0TACLES,
Constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest
market sates. Particular and personal attri
tion given to Repairing any article In the
above line.
A fine assortment of Spectacles constantly
hand, and sole agent for the Celebrated
ïamond Spectacles oaarll
is
C. I. BUSH.
HAS REM 0 VID 2 T 0
229
MARKET STREET.
A LARUE STOCK OF
W atohes.
,1 owelrv,
<fc Silver-waro
Constantly on nanl.
W Repairing promptly at nded to
March
1S75.
HARVEY FILLEY & SONS,
MANLTACTUBERS
Britannia, Nickle Silver,
wahr,
.Solid Silver Ware.
No. 1222 HARKET ST.,
PHILADELPHIA
Foras, Spoons, ididles. Castors. Tea 8et
mçH-6<n
SILVER-PLATED
Etc.
|H. KENT A CO,
It Importers and Manufacturer Agents for
IRON.
IRON.
a- STERL,
8TKJEL,
HARDWARE. HARDWARE
1 _ HAND COACH MATERIAL
Have the Largest Stock of goods in the State
u the j- line, and Best Assorted Stock in the
United States.
NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 210 AND!
212 ORANGE STREETS,
_ WnxmoTOM. Dici>
H
ERMAN A FTRKN ~.
3ENERAL PROVISION DEALER.
No 334 Watnair f treat,
^ . LMINGTON, DEL.,
Would respectfully ann >ance to his friends
and tbe public that he eciil carries
Meat business, at the old stand, and will keep
coasiantly on hand tho best quality a
SUGAR -CURED
the
HAMS,
FLITCH, SHOULDERS,
LARI), PORK,
SAUSAGE, DRIEU BEEF
CHEESE, TONGUES, Ac., Ac
All of which will be sold wholesale and retail
t the lowest city prices.
He returns his thanks to his many ensto
rs for past favors and sapeot'ully sol icitsa
n t muance of the same.
WILMINGTON THANtil EK
BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
COACHES MEETS ALL TRAINS,
At TWBNTT-FIVK CENTS per PASSENGER
Baggage called for and checked from Ho
tels and private residences to destination.
Branch Officr: P., W. A B. Depot, E ;
Bnnghurst's store, 6th and Market streets.
Smith A Painter's, 7th and Market streets;
H. R. Bringburst, *th and Market streetj ; B.
A C. Shoemaker, 603 Market street.
myll-w6m
J. H. SEAL, Proprietor.
CARRIAGES
PERSONSfiW ANTING
Fin»- Carriage»*
Can be accommodated at
N. E. Cor. 2d & French sts,
WILMINGTON. DEL..
Ai they manufacture nothing but
First-class Work,
AMD SELL IT LOW,
ll work guaranteed to give satisltion.
W. HAJtHOYD
X E W YORK
DENTAL ROOMS ,
lit Nor 111 Sixth St.,
II-nil.ADELPHIA.;
I—
Beautiful Artificial Teeth
83.00, $5.00, $S.OO, $10.00
PER SET. (
Silver Fillings 50c. Gold $1,00
NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS
Operators Employed.
SO CHARGE MADE FOR EXTRACTING
WHEN raw TEeTHJARB ORDREED
CASH PAID FOR
BROOM CORN,
BROOMS
Mi
e ui> :or parties who furnish th*-lr
m corn, iu the best style
ten cents
an
B'OO
materi'»!, such
Also Brooms
as Twine, Wire, Han
bv the dozen for sale
dltf. Arc.
a: the lowest aarke* »>
GEORGE FI NCR'S
Broom Factory
2nd
d King s'r
DRUG STORKS.
Trnsa and Brace Depart
ment.
TTAV1NQ a stock of TauMES, Braces,
n 8utpouters, Buspkkdkrs and other
mechanical appliances unsurpassed in ex
tent and variety by that of an; other similar
establishment in the country, and with up
wards of
Twenty Years ' Experience
in applying them, we feel confident of our
ability to give entire satisfaction to all those
;equlring oar services in this dbection.
OUR INSTRUMENTS
are constructed in the best manner, of the
best materials, and of various sizes to suit all
froaa the smaUest infant te the largest
cues.
adulk|
WR HAVE A PRIVATE BOOM
fohtheir adjustment, while our prices ars
moderate and so varied by our extensive as
sortment, as to suit the pockets of ail.
«Ltirt Hundreds of persons
after trying the larger
cities, have expressed
their "ratification of the
facilities snd economy
with which they have
been suited at our estab
lishment.!
k(
tfi
E. BRINOHUBST k CO..
Apothecaries,
Market ."tree ta,
Wilmington, De!.
N. W.Cor. Sixth and
tf
OFFICE PRACTITIONER
ALFRED WALTON,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Having made the study and practice of med
icine a lifetime business, and having been
gaged therein over thirty-five years, offers his
services to the afflioted who may call upon
him, free from charge, tor medical advloe,
charring for medic ; nes a reasonable prioe:
bat to those who write to him a s'atement of
their troubles, he w «hes to say that his time
too valuable and bis expenses too heavv to
answer tr.eir leturs no less they enclose Two
Dollars.
Chronic cases that cannot be cured, may be
relieved kby liudictoua advice
8DHB6
jy3-dAw6m
w. t. william-,
DRUGGIST.
Ninth mul Market Afreets,
Keei s a full line of
DRUGS and medicines,
Pure, fresh, and carefully selected for
DISPENSING PRESCRIPTIONS AND
FILLING ORDERS for FAMILY USE
First-THE BÈST QUALITY OBTAINA
BLE.
Never sacrificing quality for cheap
Second—REASONABLE PRICES.
Special attention paid to compounding
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY ND AC
CURATELY. BY
W. E. WILLIAMS. Druggist.
Corner Ninth and Market streets.
WilmiLgton. Del.
feb8-tt
MAX WENZEL,
APOTHECARY,
French, Cor. (3d Street»*,
WILMINGTON DEL.
t
German Apothecary.
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
Caretully|Compoundej|atUU hour<>.
Bei>2fi-3md
NEW BOOKS,
An soon as published i£All the
New Magazines
Newspapers,
(Daily|and Weekly.)!
Blank Books,
Stationery,
>r
Game
"And a very large assortment of articlesjboth
fer ornament:
E. S- R- BUTLER'S,
480 Market Street.
^WILMINGTON, DEL.
use.
Rrjai.il
I^JKLAWARK CARPETj UV)USE,
^»1 MARKET STREET. ABOVE ITH1RD*
IÄ1.: WILMINGTON, DEI..
^" cheapest plaoe in the State to buy youi
0AEPET8.0IL 0L0TH8.KATTISQB,
•nd WINDOW SHADES. \
HENR-y ORBBB'8, r
M9 MAHKET STREET*!
B.— Rag Carpet woven to order attth
shortest notice and lowest market rates.
N ow
BE CAREFUL
About bow von hn* vour
REFRIGERATOR
Don't buy any until you examine theCl
"RELIABLE, m
_Vhat we claim for It, is, firs its perfect
dryness ; 2d, more oold air and better circula
îon, with less ice than any other in use. It
s lined wi h hard wood, ind no
orrode
Call and see it In operation i
N W. COR. THIBD a öHIPLEY BTREET
Blit
lining to
K. MORRISON.
HI
Ij
iTHi
The value of this article of diet has been
thoroughly established i
Canadas over all «tl»« r prena
Infants and Invalids. Sold
gists, in cans, 3:, cts., 65 cts., fl.25~and
bearing slgmture of Waolrich & Co.
feb21eod'.)m
b ngland and the
ration« for
by all drug
81.75
Earthenware Mannfactory.
Corner of ]Orange ami Water Streets
WTLMINGTON|DEL.,
I keep loonstantly onlhani. a Hull fassort
ment of CROCKERY WARE, : in ade in the
best manner, and sold at prices to suit the
times. Also, Yard Vases, Hanging Vases
Gardeners'and Green House Pot«. All ar
tides i
notice.
May 4 6»n.
v lino made to order at. phort
{GEORGE IZIEGLER,
B LACK CASHMERES.—Direct 1
importer, a full line of Black Cash*
meres at 75 . 87^. fil.uO. 81.12^. $1.25, fil.37*
»1.50. These desirable fabrics are at lower
prices than we have oflered for years, and
recommend them lor oolor and durability.
W B. SHARP,
•i Marfert streen
the
Fourh'ï
j,
-AMES1M..BHVA1«,1
Haan- Painter mut G miner
• • IVJ >tHPLEV SHE
Don't Forgot itî"iS?œ
s worth all the Bargl »r AI
ea. Aiienti w»ntt«-l everywhere,
plate i s imole prop ii 1 on receipt of 2» cents
Addreîs. A H. SIN(iEKS< 4<S Walnut |St.
hiladelphia, Pa. m ir Jüweomlv
i vent
Stive
Far the Gazette.
mied by hearing Rev. H'rn. P. Davie
from 2d Cor. 2ch. last clause of
.... -, . . , .. ... „„
•'Auii who is sufficient for these thinex.' I
One grateful thought this subject f
Thanta Tthe Lord. Through Christ
wo may,
has
the
ed
ed
of
to
prea
lOf/i verse.
)—find out the way.
But we mast work, and ask for grace
From Him who pity's our vile race.
He'll point the path and show the road,
That leads to His divine abode.
thy help we need,
we are poor indeed.
Wretched, defiled in all our parts—
O come aud move our stoney hearts.
Lost as
Yet gracious Lord
Without it,
to »et* how
•h we owe
Make
To Thy dear love in Christ below.
Make us to bute the sins we love,
And fit us for a life above.
Lord give
Determined, fixed. Thy servants we
Will have the joys such service brings,
And lie sufficient for these things.
Wilmington, Nov. 14, 1871».
hearts to work for Tliee
R.
la There a Vet aril in Vermont?
To the Editor of The World.
Sir: Supposing it true that one of the
Hayes electors in Vermont is a Postmas
t er, what follows'/
First —That lie, being a "person hold
ing an office of trust or profit under the
United States." is ineligible and cannot
"be appointed an elector."
Second —If the suggestion be valid—
which I would hesitate to assume is the
fact—that the Democratic competitor of
this Postmaster must bo declared
pointed" in his stead, then Tilden
receive the 185th vote which is at present
in contention.
Third —The Constitution being manda
tory in directing that "each State shall
appoint, in such manner as the Legisla
ture thereof may direct," a number of
electors equal to the whole number of
Congressmen to which the State is entitl
ed, it may be competent for another ('lec
tor to be yet chosen, provided the Ver
mont Legislature has directed the man
ner of so doing; but if this emergency has
never been provided for, then no*
flection can be held, because no State can
•tile 1:
rth—lt' the Governor of Vermont,
t—and how can be?—declare an in
ligiblc person appointed elector, the
vacant, aud the State
ast but four votes in the Electoral
College instead of five.
Fifth —The Constitution requires for a
choice "a majority of the whole number
of electors annointed"—not of the whole
vlmli the several State are in
big
for
for
all
to
it
F<
l>la< «•
number to
aggregate entitled —and this difference is
very material. Hence, allowing lor the
sake of argument tliat all the States now
î conceded
claimed by the Republic
to Hayes, the conclusion is that if any
force remains in the Constitution after
the stretching to which it has been sub
jected during the last fifteen years, the
electoral vote will stand 184 each for
Hayes and Tilden, and the election will
be thrown into the Hoase, a post-office
tlias iiroving the rock over which a party
stumbles out of power.
Julius Wilcox.
New York, November 14, 1878.
The Sahara Deaerl,
A l it« »POSITION TO CONVERT IT INTO A
SEA—THK PROBABLE EFFECT.
London Examiner.
The proposed piercing of tlio Isthmus
of Suez and Hclieine of reconverting the
Sahara into a sea, has induced Dr. Rec
laim the well-known advocate of crema
tion, to write a warning article in bis pe
riodical, called flic Gcsundheit("Healtn")
He points to a remarkable change in the
climate of the Torres Straits, 1
Australia and New Guinea, which, in
IHM. were only beset by twenty-six cor
al islands, nowaugmentedto one hundred
and sixty. The gradual deviation of a
warm current of sea water, owing to this
successive stopping up of the Torres pas
sage, has already wrought a great altera
tion of the climate in these quarters. Dr.
Keclam apprehends a similar danger for
the European, and specially tin- German
climate from the deviation of the Gulf
stream after the piercing of the Isthmus
of Suez. He says Europe owes its mod
erate climate partly to the warm water
heating by the Gulf stream, partly to the
hot «air heating by the wind from the
African desert. That hot wind known in
Switzerland as the lohn, is a snow de
vourer and glacier-destroyer. Without
it, the sun and the summer would not
suffice to stop the progress of glacier for
mation. The iee-peroid of Europe ex
plains itself by assuming that the Sahara
was tlien covered with sea-water. That
ice-peroid would return if the desert were
reconverted into a lake.Dr. Reclam, who is
a friend of fire,has decidedly an objection
to the extension of the domain of water.
8
M.
»etween
2
1
SECRETED SPRING GUNS.
A MAN KILLED WHILE WALKING IN THE
WOOD?
HOW THE TRAP WAS FIXED.
Green Bay (Wisconsin) Gazette:
As Mr. Richard Pritchett was walking
through the woods of Pittsfield about
dusk ou Thursday evening, some three
miles from the house of Captain Powell,
lie ran against the top of a spring gun,
causing its discharge, and receiving the
charge. His brother William, who was
with him, remained with him during the
night, doing ail he could to relieve his
sufferings. At daylight his brother start
ed for assistance. During his absence, a
man came to look after ids gun, and found
his victim lying helpless. Mr. Prirhett
requested him to remain until hlshrothc
returned andjkeep up the fire. The fel
low looked around'a little, took Prieliett's
fcim aud Stalled off A party of neighbors
soon arrived, and carried the wounded
man to the house of Captain Powell. His
wife was sent for at once, hut he died be
fore she arrived. As William Prichett
was going for assistance he ran against
the trap of another gun, hut the rain of
Sunday night had spoiled the cap, and
preserved his life. There is considerable
excitement in the neighborhood. Mr.
Prichett was well known and respected
hv all.

KILLING A NEWSBOY.
From the New Orleans Democrat.
This
•ningjust as the morning train
of the Mobile road stopjied at Bay.St.
Louis on its way down, Walter Chandler
son of the Radical Judge of Hannock Co,
waylaid Mr. P. K. Mayer, editor of the
llundsboro Democrat , and shot at him
with a shot-gun, but, missing its aim. the
missile struck a newsboy in the mouth,
killing him instantly. Great excitement
occurred in consequence. The attempt
to kill Mr. Mayer is attributed to an ar
ticle written by him against Judge ( han
dler.
WEAlUEK KEEOUT.
Washington, Nov 10, 1A.M.
PROBABILITIES
For the Eastern and Middle States. 1
rising barometer, north and northwest
winds, cooler followed Hy warmer, partly
cloudy and clear ■••oather.
Prison« for 'Women
■ -
two notkh »I'CH in I'akis to iie itlled
DOW»—THE INMATES.
Two ancient anil curious institutions,
I visited hv all strangsrswho make a study
f the tr J atII1 e nt of criminals, are about
8
adapted to the new cellular Bystem that
has now been adopted. The prison for
women in the Fauborg St. Deni» is very
ancient, but was not always a prison. In
the eleventh century it was a hospital for
lepers. Odon says it was then a famous
establishment, and that Louis le Gros
stopped there on his way to 8t. Penis to
take the royal banner.
The prison of Sainte Pelagi
tion ot another order, was first used as an
asvlum for repentant women, founded by
Mine, de Beauharnais. For many years it
was used by the public to shut up vicious
women, fathers sending ungovernable
daughters there, and husbands intractable
wives. The police used it occasionally to
shut up the better class of women convict
ed of libertinage. The Revolution turn
ed the institution into a prison, and
among the flrat of the prisoners was José
phine Beauharnais, a descendant of the
lady founder. It was there that the
Comité de Sembreuil was confined when
daughter heroically drank offtke glass
of human blood caught at the guillotine
to save his life. The Marquis de Pons,
Jeanne Vaubernier, Mme. Roland, Mme.
Dubarry were among the distinguished
prisoners of Sainte Pelagic. 8ince
that time it has been continued as a pri
son.
e,an institu
big
The cause of the destruction of these
historical institutions is the change in our
penitentiary system. It has been found
that the system of keeping feraafci pris
oners together will not uo. Although
condemned to silence, they find means
for commnnicating with each other, and
for acts that cannot be described, and the
young who go in with a single crime
upon tlirir consciences, the result of
thoughtlessness, perhaps invariably come
abandoned and hardened criminals.
They lose all pudeur , all sense of shame,
all modesty, and such a thing as repent
ance is randy known.
Evidently there is something wrong
when this is tin* ease, and specialists set
to work to find it out. From these studies
result what is here called the cellular
system. The women arc kept in seperatc
rooms, occupied with work, and are daily
visited by persons from without. In a
short time these prisoners break down
completely, and show every symptom of
A triaf of the sys
li made with good results
it was adopted by a law passed last year.
Rut neither Saint Lazar nor Sainte Pé
lagie were adapted to the newsystein and
hence new prisons had to be erected.—
Paris Cor. N, Y. 'Times.
out
sincere repentance.
tom having bee
O PEILST ING
SPRING AND BUMMER
DRESS GOODS:
B LAOH. « jCXjH.
cor specialty.;
English Walking Jacquets,
SPUING WEAK.
FRENCH FOULARD,
FRKNOI1 dk IRISH POPLIN
8 HAWI. 8 , CASSIMERK,
WATER-PROOF'S
TRIMMINGS ALL KINDS.
IL1CHTEN8TKIN.
226 Market Street.
WILMINGTON
M.
REMOVAL»
1 nave removed from my old stand *03 Ship
ey street to
•tN. W. COR. THIRD & SHIPLEY STS.,
Where, with lncieuRa i faculties, 1 shall
etter prepared to sop ly the wants of my
us tom er s with
STOVES, HEATERS, RANGES
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
iaeraily. dein* thankful for past favor
jpe b-' nur« > lal attention to »q
to r^o*tv«i i snare of your patronage.
R MO It HI HO N
2
toc
1
Fashionable Fnrnitore.
J. & J. N- HARMAN.
No 412 King Street,
:wiLMINGTON. BEL..
We respectfully laforc.
sent of Wilmington and the aur*
rounding country that we eontinne
to manufaeture and keer on hand at
our large and long established we rerooms.
Furniture of every variety and style, con
siatina of Msbegaoy.Roaewood and Walnut
Furniture auitable for parlor.dininc-room
and chamber uaea.
Our assortment of Furniture a largeerand
more varied than can be found in Delaware,
and all articles sold a'nnr establishment
warranted as roprosentea.
Venitiar Blinde of the *»108 fashionable
designs made to order and kept constantly
on band. We aIho manufacture and c > ptant*
ly keep a largeasortment of
Moss snd Dusk Mattre«««
J. A J. N. HARMAN.
410 King street. Wiltniovto'.
3T
tne
a
are
WAGON MAKING
AND WHEELWRIGHT1NG.

Having taken the old stand in the upper
part of Newcastle, on the road leading
Wilmington, I am prepared to do all kinds
of Wheelwrighting and Wagon Work m the
best style and at moderate prices. F
Wagons a specialty. All work
rntced.
G. W. CUUKNS1DE.
BLACKSM1THINC
Of all kinds done iu
at short notice and
workmanlike manner,
on reasonable terms!
Keajiers, Mowers and I arm Implements gen
erally repaired at moderate rates. AH work
substantially done.
Public patronage respectfully solicited.
J. CHURN8IDE.
_ Agent.
Establisned „n IslO,
FANCY 1 ) Nr E INO
ESTABLISHMENT.
J. A J. W. JONES,
Xo. 4 3« X. Front St., above Collovrhlll
Branch Office Cor. 9th and Vi
PHILADELPHIA.
Dye Silks. Woolen and Fancy Goods of
every description. Their superiority in Dy
mg Ladies and Gentlemen's Garments is
?u?nJ,iu* n i 0W kYi Crap0 and Merino Shawls
cleaned to look like new. Also, gentlemen's
Hpparel. curtains. Ac. cleaned or re dyed,
h. i Gloves cleaned or dyed to look like new.
where UDd l0 °^ atour,worlt before going elpe
Sts.,
A Ugl-Riitte
1
for sale.
prof il m n>1 Wheelwright shops fogeth
Ti h e,ll0 . g {b>use and btable, situated
i?. au to ff n o! Nt'vnrk, Delaware. This
stand has been es'.ablhhed
novlti-wtif *
d over 40 years.
S. B. " RIGHT,
N'ewar«, Del,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
M 0n, W Omen & Cnlldrftrli
WUBM aw iligi oil»
TO BUT THK1B
BoOtS, SIlOM & G liters.
WANTED 500
At the East Bad Shoo Store, 8. B. Garner
Ninth snd Sprue
sold at panicky
vinced.
Custom work a specialty and dona la the
very best stylo. Repairing neatly and cheaply
executed. WM. HOUCK.
sug4-ly
oe Sts., where every article is
prices. Call and be con
L OUIS MARTIN,
Practical BOOT ê SHOE MAKER ,
4i 4L (Cast Seventh Street,
Custom Fork a Specialty, and
tone in the best manner and at «
moderate rates. Repairing neatly and
promptly attended to. Call snd sea me
Je26dly
PHILIP BAY,
PRACTICAL AND ANATOMICAL
Boot and Shoe Maker,
:*e. 0 WM Ninth Street,
First quality work on hand snd for salt at
moderate priées.:
J
and
Custom Work.
all I « briDis mile in the best
k> 0 » Ail Hot«», »fit fut vt.a e>ro<
unions a specialty.
Keptairing neatly and prom^tljr^xecjted.
THE PLACE TO BUY
IS AT THE
NEW SHOE STORE,
103 West .Second Street.
Where you can get well made and durable
HOOTS AND SHOES,
MIÉ» At axtreme, y ïoW Prices
t ml ;We have a largo stock of Gents'*
Ladies'. Messes and Children's wear
constantly on baud'
febjaiy
.1. C. ALEXANDER,
10,1 West Second Street.
W nLMINGTON
WAGON YVOKKh
Constantly
Express, Market, Truck, Farm
Germantown
AND
Sneath's Patent Tilting Wagons
Carts. Push-Carts and Barrows ; also.
Agricnltaral Implements,
whieh are being sold at oost, ineluding
PLOWS, HARROWS Sc CULTIVATORS
All Nos. of the Moore, Wiley, Peacock, and
Heckendorn Plows, with or without centre
draft.
JRepnlring Neatly and Promptly
Exaoated.
:bla€Knkithiivg*
ttentioD
hand and made to order,
v
In a
given
ei.
. I
' iw, -Ÿ7~
i-»
f:
•*U îfip
sd&X
•d'
HORSE-SHOFJNG
T* All diseases of the loot, and caseC if larae
inoinental to shoeing or fast driving
tr-ated under the!
Dunbar System
1SU CCESSFULL Y
Interfeiing.iavariablv cured la] one shoe
Knnckling and knee sprung hoseses are
mediately benefitted and left in condition
the aid of which nature soon effects perma
nent cure.
Lameness from oornR instantly removed.
Immediate relief given in cases of acute
founder.
Diseases of the above nature and various
other« pertaining to the foot and leg, nereto
fore considered incurable by "01a School"
V , e J? ^l Ç. a^i, i n,, • * re b * * jadioiouB application
of the Dunbar System relieved and oared.
Anatomical specimens exhibited at the
office, shewing cause and effect.
4v? ÄTi 5F been at great expense te acquires
therough knowledge of the eufcüeet, and be
ing the only smiths in the SUts to whom M:.
Dunbar has lmparted his valuable.'method of
treafineat. I am prenared to treat .the wont
eeae the publie can bring forward
I employ only competent mi
sonaliy sap«rvise|all operations.
Oflie«. Ill snd UljOraug* t|
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to
DAVID
IOBN L MALONB,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL •
MARBLE WORKS,
Delaware Avenuelli Madison Sts
WILMINOTOH. DEL.
Constantly on hand an assortment of the
best marble of the different kinds which he
is prepared to wor~ up into Monuments,
Head and Foot Stones, Steps, Mantels, and
House Work in generaL Having a long ex
perieace in the business, he flatters hlmse
hat he can give entire satisfaction to all wh
a/ favor hi n with their patronage. Th
b '• i*i ii/itil c> oill and inspect h
it'75- ly
ork ii I lu
«I
AMES BRADFORD.
PAINTS:
OILS,
VARNISHES
WINDOWGLAS3,
JEMEN HAND CALCINED PLASTER.
Paints, white lead, red lead white zinc, iron
lubricating oils, linseed oil, sperm oil,
lard oil, neats foot oil, coal oil. Tilden A Nep
hew's varnishes, English varnishes, alcohoL
turpentine, paint mills, paints ready mixed
artists' materials, wax flower materials, do
calcomania pictures, all kinds of foreign and
domestic glass, stained, ornamental and .en
graved ; coach paipters' material, stencil ool
era. ladders of different lengths, ready glazed
sash, gold leaf, bronzes, vermiluona, looking
glass plater.
NO». 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL
N. B. Particular attention paid to ROU
CD SHIP PAINTING. SIGN WRITN
NULiNG wood
OAK AND PINE.
Jj gQ PER LOAD DEIaIVERED;
Loo It Here
WHAT A GREAT HEAPED WAGON
LOAD OF OAK AND PINEl
WOOD,
and Only|4fl.50.
ABBOTT* MoKINNEY
shop 516 Oraux« street
K
H arper & peecival,
Pay the highest cash
Cotton and Y\ oolen
Looks and Paper, Old Iron and Metals,
of all kinds, at
«. 213 FBOWT BTBkkT.li
cés for
88 ,
ntm Brnnn.
wm. s. Watt
No. 1009 Market St re ,
STEAM A CJ AS
All materials in
stantly on hand.
my '">.01 bu.iQ
Ml
tf
Wilmington. Auï . 2dj87(
^ndrew McHugh.
PRACTICAL PLUMBëbBL
Steam and Gas Fitter
K.S901 Walnut St,«,, '
ÄÄSfrsSÄ
Jrt7-6md * Potlce »
"BUCHANT TAt,a^=
Merchant Tail.
No. 415 King St,
WUmlNg i.n, Delawar
N™
The undersigned hu onm«* . .
ehwt tailoring establishment* 1 "«
AT NO. «0« KING STHEir
price«. No"ro, "leüfa'wjoÏÏ' or"™
questions. »w goods or an*we*
myi-Urr PHILIP B0N)(M .
WM. O'CONNOR,
Meechakt Tmo
has removed I
Wo 2. West Third NtrertJ
(On e door from Market, ) 1
*? 8 na 3 P ,end id Assortment o'l
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings
FOB M'RINU AND M MMKR |
Which he will make
the times.
Panto a Specialty.;
l.bwt _ *
up atpncestOBu:
BR OJf ESSl ON A L.
JOHN *». II. POLK,
A7 7 0RNEÏ-A1-LAW,
lIMo. 880 Market btreet,!
WilmingtoniDu,
octl275dAwiv
QKOROg VICKERS,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Chbstkktown, Maryland.
H. W. VICKERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
dAw
ALTER CUMMIN-"»
w
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
No OIU Ivina Htreer
'Next door to Host Office,)
Wilini"irton, Del.
dee20*7:i-tf
|jB. G RIM Nil AW,
novlTti
No. 126 West Street,
B. FRAZER
E.
JUSTICE OF TUE PEACE
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Office hours from 7 o'clock n. m. to 9 o'clock
P. M
.Tnl it dirk «t RM
ov21tf
DWARD h. RICK, Jr.,A8CHITECI
Civil Kii K lnrrr and iuiieyor. Bile"
map. of land«, renU homes "" ,
lections. Also, draw« deed« 1.4 i nort f"* e 2
with neatness and dispatch. OB», ™.
Exchange Building. Architectural ««»
SuTTeving a «pecialtr. l
E
OGERS * KIMME Y,
R
CI tÆL UNOJNRNBS,
one«. 5*4 Delaware Rtwet*
new dUaWl
myfrM
Land Surveying a specialty.
RS. TAWTUM * FRANTZ»
flÖMOTATHIC
PHYSICIANS AND SURGES
»0» Markat Street, Wilrainglm. DsU»«
J. K. TAMTnu, U. D.
J. F. FRUtTC, M. L
D
gprtHllt**
EDUCATlORAlu
THE mss HOUSTONS'

900 DILI WISE XTt»IL
■ SEPTEMBER. 1876
The«« Tonn* litdien raro •jjf'JJSj 'l.iinn*
of th« most refined kind, m j? 1 " uiti't
boo rpirit. We »re sure the g th „ r
will b. done to all pupils ^ t0 dr*«
care. To teach ths >oung to think, j
out the young mind, and '^J^Ljthftciiit!
out of one mind into °! h ®, r d rStf.l » '
BLd in a was that is j?deh*r«'
harps art. and this is the mel ~? p pr0 (pKt!
ter of these youn* ladies Î. t he i? nu«b«
are said to he encouraging, a» " w)l0 .all
is limited and Sllio« up. should ap
the advantage ot their 'nstruou conve
pls soon. Tho location is healths^ Ibe
aient, direoUy on the street car ' ^ u ,
pupil from the beart . , 0 ^, lbe : n „ndgetont^
pleasatt weather coul«l riep m au ulD -
tho doo.f and in other weather tô e auïl6 . t f
visorating and healthy.
COMMINCR8 AT
UGBY ACADEMY,
D
X\
School for Boï! '
In three departments,
jpkimary, JUNIOR and SENIOR
MASONIC TEMPLE, Wllmm«*™ Dl
DR. SAM. W, MURPHY, A.
PRINCIPAL.
Assisted by faithful and e* •* r,e
assis loti teachers. enl .
The Fall Term will be jp",J?J|ars can W° b .
her 4th Catalogues and ciWJJ -riio®** *
tSnä from M^sra **?£»*$*&
IV» No 421 Market street, or (rom
te U o'clook. a m., every
A Collegiate
OT OE.
K
00 T.* 1
IND.'AN KING
MARKET M'KSET.
„iLMINGTON DO- neW
John Mealey haa P 0 '^, aJ dr ' M
rilllard Table, at »« *>* ei t.r
ooin is aow open at ui
nilation of .he public
108 AND 110
flgKH
The
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