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WILL exhibit AT ;
W I Ll >1 INGTON
Tuesdays April i7M, m7. ,
At the Base Ball Grounds, corner of j
. Eleventh and Adams Sts.
Masterly Monopolizing
MOVEMENT !
AN ASTON I.SHIN Cl AGGREGATION!
JOHN O'BRIEN'S
Six SEPARATE Stows
Consolidated I
Six Stupendous Shots» Thrown Into one.
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Nix Times Larger.
Six Times Better,
Six Circus Companies.
Nix Menageries,
Six Museums,
Six Aviary8.
Colossal Circensian Conception.
M ilens of Wild Heart«, incarcerated In
sold encrusted and richly ornamented trim
girded lairs,
se:isa tjoxa i. Street sho w,
Prodigious parade and exhibition of pomp
and pageantry. A lavish-display or wealin'
awakening the enthusiasm and plaudit« of
the multitude, by the martial strAins of
Flut Mti.ITAüY Bands
In three great gilded chariot* elaborate
with statues and carvings. An arm r
ol Men. Women and Horses in
Review. A burgage train
drawn by
Th:
200 Imported Spanish Mules.
Every way me targesi. every way the best,
peerless anu aluqp, It has no equal Invit
ing Investigation, defying competition. Its
proud boast jaraat John O'Jirfen's 6 shows
is unquailfMüHy, undeniably, universally
acknowledged the Largest and the liest, mo
ral In tope. Ol erw lelmlug in attraction. It
verywhere wms the approval of clergy
men. editors, teachers, savans and stu
dents. Unique in its union, unlike all oth
ers, It is original, entertaining and instruc
tive, botli amusing and teaching in he
school of physical culture and educational
department. It is the managers' aim to
please, and to that end no pains or expense
have been spared to make this great show
Complete in Every Department.
in the museum marquee Is a stationary
steam engine, operating the multitudinous
mechanical marvels, and forcing a torrent
of bright sparkling water into mid air pu.
rifylng tue atmosphere and rendering'it de
lightluily Imlnily. cixtl and refreshing evei
i t the hottest weather.
EfiO
Palace Opera Chairs,
m the grand eight cents«» pole pavilion
seating under its broad canopy, 10,000 peo
ple. wherein may be witnessed such icau
ot strength, skill,'grace and daring
urnu hM monnrehs in tlie broudost days
e ajid < ireoce, relieved from a prepon
derance ol Physical Perfection by tlie clowns
•■ri'.v Jester songs, sentiments, sar
ms and ontore ,iks of 'uproarious, rol
licking fun and j >11 y good nature, all blen
ded in an entertainment of superlative ex
- , ■ A-d ENTIRE ARTISTIC Exs
SEMBLE, dlstingulsed by
11A ItE (inoit TASTE
of
•elle
I
nul JL DUM EAT
In Us
tlie créai
from the
of the globe.
position, ami participated in by
of the profession, gathered
i remis of the four quarters
and wearing mag
nificent. Jewelled decorations
and liicduls, of fabulous
value, tlie homage
Paid by Enxperurx, Kings
* PH
I.AURKIj crowned
CHAMPION'S OF THE EARTH,
Junction with
-, to the
all of who
II be seen ine

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r
N
THE OREAT
Traveling Zoological Garden,
with ils hundreds of living curiosities of
creation, only to lie enumerated by a
reproduction of an index to Natural
History, the study of which is
best pursued in
•John O'Brion'H
Six Shows Consolidated.
JOHN O BRIEN.
chas. h. castle.
.Sole Proprietor.
.Director General.
Grand entree of the Glittering Pageant
about to o'clock, A. M. Prof. Kauffman's
riiree United Bands of thirty pieces mardi
from the principal hotel to the canvas at
12:30 noon and 6:30 evening.
Performances, Afternoon and Evening.
I Kx>rs open at 1 and 7:30 P. M.
Begins one hour later.
.50 cents.
Tu
Admission.
«DRKN IIndkr 9 Years
Cl!
.25
See Descriptive Programmes.
Chas. H. Day, Director of Publications.
WILL EXHIBIT AT
SMYRNA.
DOVER.
MILFURl).
GEORGETOWN
.April 18.
.April 19.
.April 20.
.April 21.
Will also exhibit ut Berlin, Snow Hill
Prince-s Anne, Salisbury. Seaford. Easton
Denton. Centreyilie, ('li stor «
town. Ae. apt5-w2t. d-aprl3 14,16.
n. Middle
; A BW .. AOUSttI laUJUMV Ts,
vtONUCHITi. SICCHU *3,000 •***»•
, Centennial Exposition
j
»McrtlMd usd Ulu*tr»l«l.
I Bold in 60 d»f* It being the oaly com
r iete low-price work (770 payes, en I y Di,
I», treating of the entire history, grand
! fcdfldfttt«*, wonderful exhibits, cartel
I flee« great day«, etc.; Illustrated, and |1
I clieaper than any other ; everybody, want*
I it. One new agent cleared $350 In 4 week*.
3.00» agent » wanted. Rend quickly for proof
of above, opinions of officials, clergy and
prese, »ample page«, full description, and
extra terms. HUÖBARD BROS., Pubs.,
733 Ransom street, Philadelphia,
n A TPTTnXT Bewer# of falsely claim
L/ÜU IlUil ed official and worthless

books. Rend for proof.
our own town. Terms
free. H. HAL LETT A
(TiOd a week in y
3)00 and $0 outfit
CO.. Portland Maine.
A HOME and FA AUI
OF YOUU OH N.
On the line of* GREAT RAILROAD, with
good markets both EAST and WEST."
Now is the Time to Securo it.
Mild Climate, Fertile Roll, Best Conntry
• for Stock Raising in the United States.
Books, Maps, Full Information, also,
"THK PIONKBrt," sent free to all parts
Of the world. Address O. F. HA VI*,
Land Com. U. P. R: R., Omaha, Neb.
(flee t <t' r 7 r 7 a «oekto Agent». #10 Outfit
ibOOkiiJ)/ /.FREE. P: O. VICKERY.
Augusta, Ma li ;e. ,, ___
#10* Aay at home. A vent a wanted. Ollt
Wla lit And tends tree. TRUE A iO., Au
gusta, Maine.
A Lucrative Business.
KJ"WE WANT f>00 MORE FIRST
eLASS SEWING MACÔINE AGENTS, AND
500 MEN OF ENERGY AND ABILITY TO
LEARN THE BUSINESS OF SELLING
SEWING MACHINES. COMPENSATION
LIBERAL, BUT VARYING ACCORDING
TO AHILITY, CHARACTER AND QUALI
FICATIONS OF THE AGENT.. FOR PAR
TICULARS, ADDRESS
Wilson Sewing Machine Company,
CHICAGO,
827 and 82# Broadway, New Y'ork, or New
_ Orleans, Louisian a._
b) fr Extra Wine Mixed Cards, with
»> name, lO cm., post-paid. L. J ON EH
A CO., Nassau, N. Y. _
Drunkard Stop
€. C. BERRA, M. D:, (formerly of Bos
ton,) lias a harmless cure for lN fKN
PKKASCK. wniCh can be given without
the knowledge of the patient. Also
for the
OPIUM HABIT.
Permanent euro« guaranty*<l i
Send stamp for evidence. Ask druggists
for it. Address
I
BEËIU A Co., Birinlugliain Conn
PFWQTnftTQ >o matter how slightly
ALllM O-LUii Ö disabled. Increases now
paid. Advice ami circular free. T, Mc
Miciiakl, Att'y, 707 Bansomst., Phi la,Pa.
men to travel and sell
_ Lanin (roods to
Dealers. 685 a month, hotel and traveling
expenses paid. No peddling. Address
MONITOR LAMP CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED
+ r\ P pr da y Hl home. Rumples
LU iDjûU wort.i $5 free. Stinson &
Co., Portland, Maine.
ma 20 - 2 tawlm.
IRRT NATIONAL BANK
OF WILMINGTON.
Repository of tub Public Moneys
and
FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNI
TED STATES.
EDWARD BETTS, President.
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.
Paid np Capital,
Philadelphia and New York Exchange fur
nished to regular Depositors without charge.
E
*.400,000.
Discount days,Mondays and Thursdays,
at 10 A. M.
DIRECTORS.
Clement ß. Smyth,
Israel Pusey,
Henry 8. McComb,
Daniel James,- 1
George W. Bush,
Eli Garrett,
I Sam'l Bancroft, Jr.,
I William Tan mil,
rd Betts. mar28
Edwa
PATENTS
oDiained for me
chanical devices,
medical, or other
compounds . ornamental designs, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments,
I Interferences, etc., promptly attended to
I INVENTIONS THAT' HAVE BEEN
by the Patent
ofllce may still,
in most cases,
bo secured by us. Being opposite the Pat
ent Office, we can make closer searches,
aud secure Patents more promptly and
with broader claims than those who are
remote from Washington.
REJECTKD
INVENTORS
send us a
model o
Rketch
your device; ve make examinations'
o' charge, and advise as to patentability
All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, aNO NO CHARGE UNLESS
PAIK.T IS SECURKI».
We refer to officials in the Patent Office,
and to inventors In every State in Uie
Union. Address In German or English,
„ C. A. SNOW A CO.,
Opposite Tâtent Office, Washington, D. C
marl7-tf.
COAL! COAL !
Arctic Coul aud Ice (!o.
Office —No .2 EAST SECOND STREET
Have the boat Coal In the market and
selling at very low rates. '.Call and see
Guaranteed Tull weight (2240 lbs.)
J. B. ItfUM 4 so
03tl7-8m
407 MARKET ST. 407.
benj. h. clakk,
A full assortment of
SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES,
JEWELRY and SPECTACLES,
Constantly on hand and for sale at the low
est market rates. Particular and personal
attention given to Repairing any articles in
the above line.
A fine assortment of Spectacles constant
ly on hand,and sole agent lor the Celebrated
Diamond Spectacles. marls
T
EETH FOR ALL TH
BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT
•3, $5, $8 and|glO PER SET.
PEOPLE.
Teeth extracted without pain by tlie use
of. gas. Over thirty years experience.
DR. GALLAGHER,
Btreet, opposite Clayton
#03« lv
No. East 5tu
use 8
B LACK CASHMERES.—Direct from
the importer, a full line or Black Cash
475, 87 H, $1.09, S1.12j{, $1.25, «1.37 k,
fl. 00 . riiese desirable fabrics are at lower
rices than we have offered for years, and
we recommend them for color and durabli
_ W. B. SHARP,
▼oortb and Market Sts.
'■ ■
Ify
THIRD EDITtON !
BY TELEGRAPH.
WAR IS INEVITABLE,
Turkey Forcing the Conflict
The Louisiana Commission
à -v
»Med.
War Cam
By Telegraph to the Gazette.
* ,*» Londoh, Eng, April 7.
The latest Eastern advices received to
day are disquieting, and tbe attitude as
sumed by both Russian and Turkish forces
lead to a conviction that war cannot be
avoided.
The Russian embassy is preparing to
leave Constantinople.
Turkey refuses to prolong the Monte,
negro armistice. The whole army of the
Porte is advancing.
THE COMMISSION HEARD FROM.
By Telegraph to the Gazette.
Washington, D. C., April 13.
The President received this morning a
long telegraphic communication from the
Louisiana Commission which will be
laid before the Cabinet. The latter will
assemble at noon. It is probable that'
tbe Cabinet may decide to make the
communicatio publicn.
THE FIRE FIEND.
Spécial dispatch to the Gazette.
Paterson N. J„ April 13.
A fire broke out about 12.13 o'clock
Ibis A. M., in John Norwood & Co.,large
whole sale and retail paint and oil store
on Main street. The rear part was com
pletely gutted, but a large quantity of
goods were however removed. The
fiâmes spread to J. T. Scbooiunakcr &
Co.,grocery,adjoining, completely gutting
that building, which is also owned by
Norwood & Go. The loss on the building
is thirty thousand dollars, and on stock
eight thousand dollars_Schoonmaker's
loss is not stated. The property is par
tially insured. The origiu of the fire is
unknown.
A BIGAMIST.
Bv Telegraph to the Gazette.
Washington, D. C., April 13.
George L. Smoot, of Washington went
to Leonard town, in 1S73 as an employee
of lhe S. M."Railroad. Shortly after he
arrived, he against the wishes of her
friends, married Miss Olie Morgan, a
young and accomplished girl, and re
puted heiress, and by ht r has two chil
dren. Last fall he was visited by a rays
terious female; who claimed to be his
real wile, lie having married her in tli e
city of Philadelphia in October 1803.
Smoot was presented by tlie Graud Jury
lor bigamy, arrested and lies in the jail
of Leonard town, awaiting his trial_
The feeling of indignation is so great
that he cannot procure bail, llis triai
is fixed for the 26th of this month, and
lie has retained Col. J. T. Blackstone, and
his son George to defend him.
Dog SnoT.—Quite an excitement
raised at Fifth and Market streets yester
day afternoon, about 4 o'clock, caused by
tlie report of a revolver being discharged.
A large crowd quickly assembled at the
spot when it was foundthat officer Stiarp
had shot a dog. It was at first supposed
to lie the mad dog that has been going
around tlie streets for tbe past few days
biting a number of very valuable dogs but
on the contrary it was a poorflnfortunatc
canine that some inhuman person had
poisoned, and CjpOn reacliingtlieahove
place it was unable to proceed further
and fell in th« street. The officer men
tioned above seeing the condition that
it was in relieved its misery by shoot
ing ic_
Iiie Bali. To-Night.— Do not forget
that this is the night set apart by the
Pine Knot Assembly, lor the giving of
their first grand annual ball.
Already a large number of tickets
have been cashed, aud warrants the
assertion that it will undoubtedly be
the largest ball this season. A number
of strangers will be present from
Philadelphia, and Rurlingtoo, N. J.
was
Dr. Stoughton,
DEUTIST.
1122 Vine Street, 1122 Vine Street.
HP_ e Owing to our great success
MMiSjK as inserters of beautiful gum
enamelled porcelain Teeth,
we will insert full sets o'
teeth at the greatly reduced rate of #5 and
upwards, equal to any «25 set made else
where.
Every set is guaranteed to fit or the money
refunded.
Teeth carefully fllhxl witli gold, silver or
enamel, from 75c.to «1. Gas administered
Nothing but first-class operations per
formed. Remember the name and num
ber—Dr. STOUGHTON, 1122 Vine street,
Phi lade! plila. _ Apr2-wly.
P RESTON AYARR,
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER,
|And dealer in
ALRRICAN AND S WIS8
WATCHES.
CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
O
SPECTACLES,:
EYE-GLASSES,!
SILVER WARE, #C
NO. 305 MARKET STREET
Wilmington, Del.
Particular attention paid to repairing in
ail its branches; also, changing spectaclei
glasses. Has a good assortment of glasses
constantlyon hand.
The public is cordially invited to call and
examine my stock and learn my prices*
1el0-7ö ^
M ATTINGS.-We have now in stock
white aiul check Canton mattings by
he lcoe, made at th lowest prices.
WM. B. SHARP
Fourth and Market
Louisiana.
WORK or THK COMMMION —F1BII a* II
TUI* OF TH. NICHOLI.» GOVERN«!"
-THK PROPOSEDLEGISLATIVE PLANSJ
New Orleans, La., April 11.—In tbe
last three days the commission have been
in private telegraphic communication
with the President, and the result has
been that they considered themselves
authorized to enlarge the field ot their
investigations. To day they addressed
numerous questions as to the social and
political condition of the State to the
Nicholls side that they were too stiff, and
that they must concede something. To
all suggestions the Nicholls side answer
that they can't ooncede anything which
will leave the final result iu doubt, and
that they are firmly resolved to have either
Nicholls or a military goveriunent.
.ÄÄ"r'Ä". ro rr£
adjustment of the two Legislatures in
volved a republican majority of fourteen
in the House. This the conservatives
would not listen to, because a House so
constructed would undoubtedly seat
Packard and annul all tlie acts of the
Nicholls Legislature.
The commission have to-day been
SïcraiKssr." ras
will be submitted to both sides as soon as
completed. It lias been strongly urged
upon thccommission that the basis of the
new proposition be to seat all the mem
here elected according to the original re
turns before they passed into the hands
of the supervisors. This would give the
conservatives four majority in the Senate
and two in the House. If this proposi
tion fs agreed on by the commission it
will be accepted by the conservatives.
THE PRESIDENT WILLING.
Washington, April 12.—The advices
from the Louisiana commission are not
encouraging for settling the difficulties
existing in the Stats. The statement is
made that suplementary instruction will
be given to tbe commission to meet tbe
difficulties that have arisen. It is also
stated that the President Is willing to
agree to a reorganization of the Legisla
ture ou the basis of the original parish
returnswilhout regard to the protest which
Packard is understood to have made
against such action.
The Louisiana commission to-day sent
to the President a long dispatch incypher
the first of any consequence from them.
It came dirctly to the executive mansion,
and was received by the instrument there
in a private room. The President up to
a late hour to-night had not decided
whether lie would make the contents
public
(general News.
In response to an inquiry by the
General Land Commissioner, the Bec
retary of the Treasury has decided
that silver coin tendered in payment
for Government lands cannot be rec-iv
eu in any one payment to a greater
amount than five dollars.
The Hamilton Mill at Paterson, N.
J., one of the principal woolen shawl
mills of the country, was burned yes
terday. The mill employed two hun
dred hands,allot whom escaped. Loss
$75,000. The Danforth locomotive
works adjoining took fire, but the
liâmes .were promptly extinguished.
At Pomeroy, Ohio Wednesday night,
twenty-five business houses and resi
dences were destroyed by fire. Loss
$100,000 Henderson's Hotel, at ItoBe
nont, Ontarir, together w tb ail the
outbuildings, was burned Wednesday
night. John Hare, bailiff, and a trav
eler named Luan
were burned to
death. The loss is about $10,000.
BOOTS AND SHOES*
GREAT ATTRACTION!
AT THE EA8T END
Boot & Shoe Store,
S. E. Cor. 9th and Spruce Sts.
Call and examine my stoek of Gents La
di«*s. Misses and Childrens boots, shoes and
ga, ters, all of which are selling at prices to
suit the times.
J^tom work a specialty, and doae in the
best style and moderate rates.
Repairing neatly and cheaply done.
• WM. HOUCK.
New Store ! New Goods!
augl-ly
Low Prices I
AFTER ALL, AFTERIALL. AFTER ALL.
The best argument we can offer the people is
h" 10 * 8 ™>b Quautt of Goods.
aula we do ofler in every
Boot, Shoe or Gaiter
Ch,wil.n 0r w a,i i e6 ' Miesee, and
.rail '.h WB have " ,u 1 and complete
stock for the coming season, which
the public to call and examine.
LADIES vVMlf'fi K Cf> 4 ! j£pp
SPECIALTY. 1
Paru ou tar attentlo* paid to
CUHTOM WORK.
JOHN K. BABCOCK,
t W. Cor. Second and Marke
we invite
pr24 -3m
OPENING!
.Spring and Summer
Dress Goods.
black »ilk,
our specialty
English Walking Jacquets,
SPRING WEAR,
FRENCH POULARD
french dr Irish'poplin
SHAWLS, CASSIMERE
WATER-PROOFS.
M. l. l T ichten N stei°n P ALL KXNI)8
226 Market Rtreet,
_ WILMIGQTON
THE TRIUMPHiTRUSS COMPANY!
1315 Chestnut St, Phil
AMD
334 Bowery Now York
^muePH
30 to 90 (lYs and r <iftv!r l *. g A.Ci 1 r turp ,n ,rom
they cannot cure. Mra*r°A "i, Ru F ,u "=
A. M., M. D. oft«™.'™; A ' M ' Uurnham,
cliergo or the LadW n»? x îf r ence > 18 ln
Triumph Truss loi» Vl.P e, art, P cnt - The
dal at all the fai™ *>e
bihited. Examinmin^ ^ bgen ex
by mall or exprès« 1 o® Order »-ent
New Book , St Hi. « Tfft dce * cenu f °r the
FOURTH EDi noy. '
- . TtŸÏ
DV TELEGRAPH.
A» A A AJAJJ-IVA XVXXK. XI.
WASHINGTON TELEGRAMS,
- ..
{Sy Te |egraph to the Oabbttk.
wisiisstos, D O. April 13.
. ,|.l. .n« rilseharoe
It was expected that the discharge
from the Bureau of engraving and print
. wou ) < y he made to-morrow, but the
«—W »<*.«
the list, the discharge will probably not
j,e made until Monday or Tuesday of
. .
' _
v The changes in the diflerent Bureaus
proper will not be made until the end of
next week, and will all date from the
thirty dismissals from that quarter. A new
clerk and new appointments clerk will
also be appointed by thé first of May .both
, „„„„„.„a
of wo0 " wiU ^ »PP°' uted from oat * ,de
of the department.
C. 8. Shannon has been appointed
Chlef Juglice of lhe Supreme Court ol
c. d. r™.™ ««,«,
public funds at Lake City, Colorado,
H enr y Coloey, register of land office
_ . . c»«ner Secretary
»t Lake City, and J. Casper Becretary
of the Territory of Arizona,
National Bank notes received for re
dempUon to-day, *1,304,000; Internal
. ....
Revenue, $304,111.94; custom *451,
719.
The Biihnkd Paper M ills.—T he work
of clearing away the debris ot the burned
£ onion of the Bt. Augustine paper mills
still going on, but aa yet examinations
to ascertain the exact extent of the
damage are not practicable. As soon as
possible the necessary repairs and the
work of rebuilding will be commenced.
Shuffle-Board Match.— This eve
ning there will be another four handed
shuffle-board match at Mat Ryan's No.
104 Market street, with Johnson and
Renshaw on one side, and Ryan and
Stroud on the o' h ir. Four gameB will
be played to night andfive to-morrow
night.
Y. M. C. A.—The Y. M. C. Association
held a meeting, last evening, at their
rooms No. 837 Market street for the pur
pose of electing a general Secretary. After
an enterchange or views on the subject
the Association selected W. 8. Winsnuw
of Indiana.
<9
KAIMjHOA t>H.
P hiladelphia, wii.mington a
BALTIMORE RAIL ROAD.
November 27th, 1876.
Tralus will leave Wilmington as follows"
for .
Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations,
6.55, H. 10, 9.00, 9.52, 10.10 a. w. 2.30,4.30,7.20,
9.54. p. m.
Pufla. and New York', 2.02a.m. 12.14,12.40,
0.46, p. m.
Baltimore amt Intermediate Stations,
12.52, 8.39 a. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 1.50,
. 12.59, 1.26,5.19 p. til.
Trains for Delaware Divisian
New Castle, 6.00,0.20. 9.35, a.
p. m.
Wyoming and Intermediate Stations,5.00,
9.36, a. m. 6.30 p. m.
Dei mar and Intermediate Stations, 5.00,
9.35, a. m
8.3!) a.
, leave for:
in. 1.30, 0.30,
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations,
10. a. m. 6.00. 6.30, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 2.02 a. ra.
Baltimore and Washington, 12.52,1.55 a.m.
For further information passcngeis are
referred to tlie time tables posted at the
depot. II. F. KENNEY,
Superintendent.
DU VO STORES.
TruHH and Brace Depart
ment.
S AVING a stock of TRUSSES, BRA.
CES, SUPPORTERS,SUSPENDERS
other mechanical appliances unsur
passed in extent and variety by that of any
other similar establlsnment in the country,
and with upwards of
Twenty Yeare' Experience
in applying them, we feel oonA<Lent of our
abi llty to gi ve ewti re satisfaction to al 1 those
requiring our services in this direction.
OUR INSTRUMENTS
are constructed in the best manner, Of the'
best materials, and of various sites to suit
all cases, from the smallest infant to tbe
largest adult.
WE HAVE A 1 PRIVATE BOOM
for their adjoetment, while our prices are
so moderate and so varied by our extensive
osnortme*t, as suit the pockets of all. >3
Hundreds of persona
, ■ . after trying the larger
cities have exprèssod
toeir gratification of the
>) X&tPy&i ui facilities and economy
With which they have
been suited at our es
tablishment.
5UBT
E. BRINGHUR8T A CO.,
_ T „„ „ Apothecarle«^
N. W. Cor. .Sixtn and MarketHtreets,
Wilmington, Del.
W. E. WILLIAMS,
DRU2CI8T,
y tilth and Mur kn ,'jtrsef«,
Keeps a full lit
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,'
Pure, fresh, and oarefully seleotea for
DISPBNSINQ ^PRESCRIPTIONS AND
FILLING ORDERS for FAMILY USE.
F BLe 7 THB BBST QÜALrTY 0BTAINA
Never saorifiein* quality for oheapness.
Ssoosd—REASONABLE PRICES.
Special attention paid to compounding
PRESCRIPTIONS A CAREFULL k AND AC.
W, E. WILLIAMS, Druggist,
f-Ka Corner Ninth and Market «trect*,
Wilmington, Del.
Of
STEPHEN DOWNEY,
II U 13 FACTORY
Wood Turning,
Scroll and Circular Sawing.
Braekets, Cabinet and Carpenters' Turn
ings, and Ship Turnings.
N.W. Corner Third & Tatnall Sta.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Tlmbcr
H. KENT A CO.,
Importers and Manufacturer's A genu for
IRON,
RON,
STEEL,
STEEL,
hardware,
AVT „^ hardware
AND COACH MATERIAL.
Jlave ih a Largest Stock orOootb
StaU in tiielr line, and b«*Ht
in the United States,
« In the
assorted Stock
NO. m AND 207 SHIPLEY
ANu 212 lowiNGE STREETS,
WlI.MtNOTON.DBI,.
AND 210
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febô-ly
ROGERS* KIMMKY
Om»,
W Land Surveying alp^y*
I
JOHN P. R. POLK,
AT20KXm.Ai.iAn
No. 830 Market
CU2dAwly
Street,
WuMtaios.Dn
Fashionable Furnïtiire !
J. & J. N- HAHIYIAN
*° 4,0 KI»»b Mreet,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Were«pectfu || y|, lforniU| e H
rrtiin,U,, m n>Çt0n ' antl the »!
rounding country that weoontiÜ
, —t manufacture and keen
atouFYarge and long established
rooms, Furniture of every variety*»!
StylejConststlng of Mahogany &S-"
and Walnut Furniture suitable Äs
d lnnlng-room and chamber use, pul
Our aeaprtment of Furniture ie'lanrer,
more varted than ran be found mffij
and all articles sold at our esUbllS
are ; warrantai as represented.
Venltlan Blinds oï tire most rs.hu, ,i,
designs made to order and keMenmaS
on hand We also manuiacKÄ
atantly keep a large assortment or «ors
Moss and Husk Maures,«. P
J.è J.N. HARMav
410 King street, WlfftaBù.
sens of
Hair,
Flour and Feed Stoi
No. 4 East T^th st.
ly on hand Flour, Feed, H»
Farm Produce, of excdientQM
tty. Also, vegetable and dower seaf
large supply In season at PLliadelnh
Constant!
Straw and
prices.
Orders for Coal recel vod and promi
attended to. Q. W. SAVAGE*
dt*ol9 6md
a m
RUSH'S
».
HI *
Second Wharf above Chestnut, riilla.
French Street Wharf, WilminfM
PROMPT AND RELIABLI
A HEALTH INFLUENCE!
Restoring the Nervous and Debilitated.
Imparting Life, Strength, aiul liealthl
Uie waning organism.
Successfully treating Disease without MtMm
Dr.BRYAN'S ELECTRO VOLTAIC AjJ
MAGNETIC APPLIANCES. I
Recently introduced after years of stndl
and research. They are of quadruplepon
er. Imbuing tlie system with a consua
current of Vitalizing Electric and Jlaflwflj
force ,
ELECTRICITY IS NATURE S POWEHj
A Sovereign Specific in I)yspppsla-Ner
vous Debility—Diseases of the Lungs
Rheumutism Paralysis—Epilepsy-8ciau
ca- Spinal derangements—-IimioteDcy^
Disorders of the Kidneys—aud F unctional
difficulties generally. ...
The ApplTancesarestronglychftrewwn*
Electric, Galvanic and MftfmeticInfluMirt
of different degrees of intituUj/, suitable i*
all cases, and conditions, uua effect, t w
where medicines have failed.
References to numerous Physicians flD
Patients. , h
illustrated Pamhplets explainingui
principles of their action. Cost, etc.,freeo
application, Addr «j7 R . BBTaK
147 East Filteenth Street
New Tor*.
JanOdly
pHILIP MEYER«
.Vinegar Manufacturer,
«03 |Poplnr Street*
Pure Cider Vinegar at 2.5 cents pete*
also, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, r
Butter, aud Pepper Sauce of Uie heujyj
JOHN Is. MALONE,
PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL
U
etc
MARBLE WORKS
DELAWARE AVENUE * *; , i L C1B0 '
8T8., WILMINOTO>, ULI
Constantly on nanoan
best marble of the different kl dj mM "
Is prepared to work up
Heivi and Foot Stones, s !ö?!!i„ ga ionf»
House Work in general.. "V-V " n hirosel,
rlence In the business he »«I
lliat he can give^ ent,l !® h R ^f lft i? < f)atro^
who may favor him with in«»p®
The public are invited tjcali »
his work and learn his prices.
D. S. THOMAS,
Extractor of Teeth
of W
Formerly Assistant «
trous Oxide Gaswith tolBßroiu^
late Dr F R Thomas, at
ton Dental Association.
tbe
CotfFi** 0 T
Practice Exclusively
Extracting Tke V''
WITH FRESH AND 1
NITROUS 0XÎDE GAS.
A I. An Y ATTEND'^«- J
Office-No. 905 Walnut street, * mar tf. I
Phiiatlelplila.
Katsomine ns, W
KalHemlners and bousekeg»"
or years back Seen «»""Von
Ing of the whitewashed vaiw itht |,ep^
come this by the new i ro«'«
dered Kalsomlne prep^" 1 w ith
ble shades and wlU> »"
Il
wb" 6 'Ii
can be appu
nary brush.
Sample cards of th*
from the agent for this St
gdb]
shades can
btbk® 1
J A MES
N08. 6 AND »1EA8T TUI1 *!
WILMINGTON, ^
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