— t . TîTT - t . T ty . T .
No.SU FRENCH STREET.
Night calls promptly answered.
A TTORXR Y-A T-LA W,
No. 1, WEST TTH STREET.
JOHN P. R POLK,
No. 030 Market Street,
No. 4 AUmomi's Building.
justice of the peace
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offloe boor» from 7 o'clock A. M. to
o'clock, P. M.
3d * MARKET STS.
SECOND 8TORY FRONT.
J* H. Frozri
Attorney at Law,
Third and Shipley Streets,
Wilmington, Delaware ;
NO. 826 WEST STREET.
BOV 17 tf
D. S. THOMAS,
Extractor of Teeth.
!y Assistant Administrator or Nl
Oxide Gas with his Brother, the
late Dr. F. R. Thomas, at the Col
ton Dental Association.
Practic* Exclusively Confined to
WITH FRESH AND PURE
NITROUS OXIDE GAS.
om«4_N.v»Ci5 Walnut streel. North side,
Phllad eliAie. »usl «-'« ,
A LADY ATTENDING.
fJIEETH FOR ALL, THE PEOPLE.
BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT
d 910 PER SET.
Teetb ext <cred without pam by the u>e
of gas. Over
•3, S3, *9
thirty years experien».'«.
No. 8 Eaet 6th Street, opposite Cla., ton
House. ap25 ly
BOOTH A.yD SHOES.
New Store! New Goods!
Low Frees I
aFTBRALL. AFTER ALU AFTER ALL
The best argument we can offer the people if
Lowarr Paiera roa Quautt of wood»
Boot, Shoe or Gaiter
do offer m every
we sell for Ladies, Gent«, Muse«, and
Children. We have« fa'l and complete
•tod for tbe coaung se&»on. wnich we invite j
the public to call and examine.
LA JIBS «VU»' v •
Pnrueutmr auentios paia to
C US T O M. W ORK,
V n. v .. „ lf
Ra vv 1 U It 14.
I* Xv V_/V-/ivl
• tv»*» vu.«
»»«•-• v 1110 9Vr00V,
EHiLAUELi HiA j
, • r « * i • r • « en i«
BElllUaUl Artincial T0^tll '
w ** w **** ■ ww **4 ;
^ nn 9=4 All «v A A 41 A 1-iA -
o.UU, fO.OU, ^.00. f 10.IK)
Silver Fillings 50c. Gold $1,00
NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS j
SO CHARGE MADE FOR EXTRACTING
W HRS SFW TEftTH ARE ORDERED
JOHN K. BABCOCK.
8econi a ni Market
PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL
DELAWARE AVENUE A MADISON
I-TS.. WILMINvxTuN. DLL.
ConstAntiy on r and
ent ot the
wn-.cfc ne !
:> pn-parted to w
Hea.1 a: *. Foot «
House W. -g *
that he car.
who may f..v
The public hi. .
hi» work and
R. P. TAWRcsEY &. BRO.,
HANI FAC TI KERS,
K ng Street,
nd keep'.n« on band &
:ia-r.e*4, >4.1'iies, Bnolea, 4-v
B in Leu, Fly Nets, c/vc;. :
« V .. .
.z 'generally key
of wrack wil:
m d * 'irantee * :
-' i iKHiO.e ii i
a:. ; er«rrxfc
;r. the:- line o' tv*.sine*:, «
ui.vle ot ;ne beet ü*trna.
«ire s*u ^cUv-Ki. *... ■ -
25 ®* BOSTON
99 CETfiT STOi^E
C <* u i «
t » t ' r, !
Dolmans I Dolmans II
A Splendid let of Ladln
Black Silk! Black Silk!
SUPERIOR 8 ILK
• lu« A YARD
1 12 A YARD
- 118 A YARD
Ladies and Misses Suits from
Liatest Style of Silk Dress
Liouiplet« at $20.00.
, Black gros grain Silk Dress
I ready for use for $25.00.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
236 Market street.
a LARGE 8TOCK OF
AND SILVER WARE
Constantly on hand.
•ST" REPAIRING promptly Attended to
I maris- *75
RESTCX A YARN.
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER,
And dealer in
A LER1CAN AND SWISS
SILVER WARE, AC
»NO. 306 MARKET STREET
j Wilmington, Pel.
Particular attention paM to repairing id
»!' «• »»«nch« . chftng.ns .peotecle
, «msUèni I ^on h»nî a * !,ortmeDl "f glasses
Tne public is oorxiiaily lnvluxl to call and
. examine my stock and learn my pnoee
ELAWARE CARPET HOUSE.
3(fc* MARKET STREET,
ABOVETHIRD, WILMIS iVJS, DEL
lace in the city to buy your
AND WINDOW SHADES
309 MARKET ST.
N. B—Rag Carpet woven to
and lowest market teal notice
Faslnonaole Furniture I
J. & J. NÜAKMAN.
•No 410 King Street,
We respectfully Inform the citi
tens of Wilmington, and the sur
rounding country lhat we continue
to manufacture and keep on hand
at our lanze and long established ware
rooms, Furniture of every varietv and
style, consisting of Mahoganv Rt>sewood
Walnut Furniture suitable for parlor.
dinning-room and cliami*er u*»es.
Our assortment of Furniture is larverand
more varie».! than can be found in Delaware
and all »nicies «old a; oar establishment
are warranted as represented.
Venttian Blinds of the most fashionable
d ^ S i ,fn> ^ nlAt Y^ iO ? nier And kepl «>n»lÄiuiy
onhand. \t e also manufacture and con
Slant l V keep a large assortment oi 8pricg
Hà:r, Mo>? and Husk Mauresse«.
d *'* • Harman,
410 King street. Wilmington.
NOW ÎS tlie Tlllie tO BllV
SPLENDID CARRIAGES FOR
$ 7 . 00 , SS .00 AND $ 0.00
ADAMS & BROTHERS'
dCk> MARKET STREET
Kalsomine is, Whitewash.
>d n on keepe r*
t« n tn-»uh.
•no na v
corne u. 1 1
procès w;:n me p
M AAi WHO
-ran bc app .cvi Gy any person witn an
the shales can be adL
J Ant^i HUAUFOKI),
. e AND e LA$T THIRD STREET
Now is the Time
TO BUY TOUR
AND GET YOUR
Heaters Put iu Ordet.
r* end khlptcy * t
r' n ; : '
SOLD BUT NOT DELIVERED.
From the Natbua (N. H.) Telegraph.
Recently a young man in this city
fell desperately in love with a young
woman. The young woman was cold
and reserved. She didn't take to him.
The young man continued his plead
ing to keep her company, and, as a
last resort, gave her a gold ring of
the value of $10 upon condition that
she "go with him one week," he be
ing confident that she would find out
that he was a bona fide gentleman
and learn to love him. The woman
accepted, and kept her pledge. At
the end of the week she "did not
like him." He then gave her a silk
dress of the value of $35, she to try
him a month. She accepted the sit
uation. During the month he gave
her another ring. She tried very
hard to love him, but did not suc
ceed. She told him so, and return
ed to the embrace of her former lov
er. The giver was angry. He hur
ried to a lawyer's office, explained
his grief, and caused tee young wom
an to be notified to call immediately.
She called. The lawyer explained
her crime, made some remarks about
the jail, and demanded the gold
rings and silk dress. The young
woman was frightened. She said she
would see her sister. The sister in
puired about the matter of an officer.
The statutes were searched. A
laugh was enjoyed, and the young
woman was told to hold on to the
property. She will stick.
T//E CONFEDERATE FORCE
It *ppe*rs from the official returns
on file lu the War Department, that on
tbe3Ut of Mty 1863, the Army of
them Virginia numbered, infantry
fifty four ihoii&acd three hujdredaud
thirty six, and artillery, four thousand
four hundred and sixty, of all arms,
sixty eight thousand three hundred
and fifty two effective. This was im
mediately before the invasion of Peon
rvlvania, and may reg*rled as rtpre
aeotiogthe maximum of General Lee»
army tu the Gettysburg a npaigu. On
tbe 20 hofJaiy, 18»» 3 alter the leturn
of Groeral Lee to Virgini». his army
numbered forty-one *bou?and three
hundred ami eighty-eight effective,
exclusive of the cavalry corpe>, of
which no report is made in the rtturn
of the Gate last mentioned allowing
seven thousiod six hundred and
twelve, a fair ei imate for tbe cavalry
the tff-cive total of the army on the
20tu of July was forty nine thousand
It appears, therefore, that Geaeral
Lee*» 1« »as in tne Pennsylvania cam
paigu.was about nineteen thousand.
Stlam Mortobs. —A letter has been
writtcu by a corresponde uce of a Phila
delphia loconiJtive firm i
shows the interest which is manifested
in the subject of steam traction f«»r street
railways abroad as well as in this coun
He says that tn ; use of steam upon
street raidroads is making a great advance
both in Euglaud and France,
thirty-five machines are now in daily use
and they are now about to open another
line of six miles, coming into the heart
of tbe city, also to be worked by steam.
In several provincial towns also street
railways are being constructed to be work
ed by steam power.
It 16 an extraordiuarr Struggle th»t
has been .'arri*d on now for t--n d.j.,
betw?-n tn e R isaUns and the Turks, in
the ISO. pka P *«à of the Balkan
B.t t eides have received heavy
f eeL forcements during the pr-gre&« of
tne long struggle ; and both have fought
with * he greatest pertiuacity «nd audsc
ity. Tae position is of extreme împort
n:e t-> both armies. If the Ku* s \ans
i m? i*, their armies in Bulgaria will be
driven back to t
11- D inube.
fe i n-, u
Dunut*e, if not
If tne Turks fail to take/
ust carry on tndr ctmp ign
whet Der it l#e defensive
nder d.sad van tag es that will
hard to overcome.
•q. J P.
• UstON —
i ■ »i iing
B -Lj im'n
wri*t -n a letter to i j
.n Ncl-on county. V
Tu answer to yours I teg *
enow nothing whatever < f
Jennings estate, nor do I b-deve
I wuuld no* g;v
î L .nd
J ta., I
1 Of all the
»•c*stag* f'anip f.-r »V f
rights of a i tne
W. CRAWFCEB L C:- t
57 C artcr Lane,
ST. PAUL'S. ENGLAND. E. C.
dA'.e *.? a: îh
W ELEN BLANKET« OP. COVER
L C -'Ml
Til AN AIK PILL'jA
— «ry and a<e
eom p 1<S,
Àt any -
ROM 1^. TO 35«. E ACH.
a « •
k '* »
TWE MAK CH OF NEW IDEAS.
Tlie rftilw»r compaoiei rou.t t»Wc
heed, or they will Bad ihemwloes wi
Tant« where they baee bo Iook beeo
Georgia ta a state not much
addict d to ei|<erimcDb; butsconTen
tion of h r cilia j Q* aetiing up be "co.<
»erTfttiTe" by a large majority has
adopted the txiremeal Tiewa on tbt
regulation of railways. Tbe Conatitu
tionai ConTeaiioa of that State bas
provided tor tbe adjustment by the
Legislature of freinlit and pissage rate
on all railways of Georgia. In that
Sta.e, as elsewhere these corporations
bave so annoyed and iojured the peo
pie by capricious and unjust changes
iu their tariff's that in sett defense lb.
people are obliged to take the mono
polies in band. If the new const*tii
lion of Ge> rgiais r t flrd by tbe popu
lar vote In Dec'-wuer utuer Stales ni
I he South and West will probably fol
low this example with cuoelit tiional
amendments for tbe same purpose.
The railway companies can save them
selves Irom Ibis interference only by
voluntary c uicesdons to the public
demands— N. Y. Sun.
The Iowa democratic convention
D*3.-ed resolutions yesterday demand
ing the itmuedi'itd repeal of the re
sumption ait, restoration of silver to
its moottiry pojrer, tue reteation of a
greenback currency, approves the
President's action in regt id to the
S >uib. mainttins the right of a State
to I emulate railroad corporations. bu»
with due regard to justice and taefcoiu
non interest uf both people and corp
latious and bolds the rights of capital
and labor equtlly sacred. Mr. Irish
was nominated tor Governor.
Saving banks in New York are mao
ag.-d^it great rXfieuae for bookkeeper»,
accountaut« ami the higher official*, and
complaint in made of their extravagance.
One bank, with deposits aaiounttug to
*i»,000,OJU, expends Sd4,fi50 per year for
salaries aud other expenses; another
with 110,500,000 ou deposit, spends $B2,
per aunum fursirnilar expends. Tlie
Bowery Savings Fund has expen><
amounting to SlU.JOO per auuuui, hut its
deposits reach the large aggregate of SJO,
The Best Quality of MEDICINES,
The Most Reliable Pkopkiktaky
At Ninth and Marken
Choice PERFUMERY COLOGNES, Ac.,
A Une assortment of H AIR TOOTH and
A Glass of ICE COLD ARCTIC SODA
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS,Strong
At Ninth and \Ap
A Good KEY WEST or DOMESTIC
AT WILLI A MS
Fine AMERICAN A IMPORTED Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
'•Get the best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA
Oxcnce Guilds, Accuracy in dispensing, amt
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE.
Corner N.ntb and Market.
As housekeepers are placing away KURS
dWOOLENS.it is important to have
them protected from MOTHS by u*ing
Which, bei ne volatile, its odor permeates
the entire mass or bundle of goods, and is
soon dissipated when they are again open
ed ; or,
Genuine PERSIAN INSECT Powder.
Which, of late ;
ly used for the sa
an excellent article f
ar«. ha« been successful
, .. , — the destruction
of small (red Rowhes. Bed Bues. Fleas on
poultry, etc It is best appli
ed hy means of the Powder Rifle, thereby
ciifl.ng insect .ife by producing more dust.
(•'rniRurih's Boarb > xtrrmiua'or
We have found, from
Uj be the rao'tu dforiniv sa'isfac'
efficient article for destroying
*eral years' ex
Koache>. M .ce. A .
i fur diving a«
! by many house*
ay Roachu» and
C \KBOLlC ACID
«> all the lower order of plant»
' • I s cheap and effective, but e.. .
r^eubit-Lsior to many ^ple quite
per.* .»te nt.
ca • . b -
nn to b? use 1 w
for use on b.- 1*
ig th-edgtf .
■7*A!' the above ar-ie'ei f.-»r
a .i nature c:
„ 7. JAMKs BKLT.
bu'o^so-f» E Liri ,r*' x •
C *r .er
au 1 R-ta
. au 1 M
i- k- Ci-- 31 ii k shipn St
W ; * : s
6*^ -• u, an j a
> ngtiarst ± o.
oi l stand, and
ks mat Uie
«ave met with
. will, wiui tf.e
npet«nt and '■kdi.
e had a practical
.ment in their ev
■ L t
re*, u r
*f< Tt -
n 1 re->
xua an J Mj.
THS L-U 3 P 3 TRUSS 'UdlFANT
t oi-» d-.a
V N* W Y
K All. BO A DU.
r BALTIMORE RAIL ROAJ).
JDNB loth, IM7.
Trains will laavs Wilmington as follows
Philadelphia and Intermediate Station.,
4«,«.88, 8.10, 8.00, 10.0J A m. 2JO, 4JO,T,20,
4 IpMlAand New York, 2.22, *,47,a. m. 12J7,
12.40. 4.4«, p. m. _
Bull...tore and Intermediate Station.,
y.) a. m.
Bftltlra'v« and Washington, 1,06, 8,39 a.m.
12.44.12,49, ,09. 9.58 p. m.
Train, lor Delaware Division, leave for:
New Castle,5.00,0.20. 9JO, Am. 1.30,« JO,
P Harrlngton and I ntermedlate Station.,8.00,
d«i0. a. m. 6.30 p. m.
Delraar and Intermediate Station«, 6.00,
.30, a. m
ia and Intermediate Station»,
in, a. m. loo. 6Jo, p. ra.
Philadelphia and New York, 2.22 a. m.
Baltimore and Waahington, 1,06 a.m.
For further Information passengeis are
referred to the time table» posted at
lepot. H. F. KENNEY,
An Era of GOOD TIMES
Money for Everybody.
In Currency Distributed.
GRAND CAPITAL PRIZES OF
$ 60 , 000 ;$ 25 , 000 ; $ 15 , 000
$ 10 , 000 .
SECOND GRAND DRAWING
Kentucky Cash Gisliibuhan Co
TN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, KY.,
-, . . AA1 ,
Thursday Aug 30th, 1877,.
OR MONEY REFUNDED IN FULL.
Authorized by the Legislature!
Sustained by the Courts
Farmers A Drofs-m Hank, Lonlnvlllr,
Ky » Dr-posliory.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Prix* of -
1 Prize of •
1 Prize of -
1 Prize of - - -
3 Priz -B of 95.000 each
5 Prize« of 92.000each •
20 Prize* of 61,000 each -
40 Prize« of 9500 each -
HO Prize* of #200 each
300 Prize« of 9ino each -
500 Prize« of 960 each
6000 Prizes of #10 each
6072 Cash Prize« amounting to
Whole Ticket* #10, Quarter #2 5»,
11 Ticket* #100. 33 \ Ticket* #300, 56*
Remittance« can be made hy Mail Ex.
pre«s. Draft P O. Order or R*»gt«tered Let
ter made payable to G. W. Barrow A Co.
Reliable Agent» *vanted everywhere—
Send r»ffereucvs a ,th application to pre
C. W. BARROW A CO .
Courier Journal Building, Louisville Ky.
Or I II )». U. HAYS A CO.,'
General Eastern agents.
tiyï Broad way, N. Y.
J viO-dA w2m
8eni for a Circular.
fJIHE ARTIZAN.S 8AV1NG8 BANK.
502 MARKET 8TREET,
INCORPORATED JANUARY 23D, 1961.
Open to receive deposit» daily from 9 A
M. until 4 P. M., ancf on Tuesday and Sat
urday evening« from 7 to » o'clock.
of six percent., nas been regularly |»ald on
deposits, since the organisai ion of the Bank,
and it is the expectation of the Managers,
that this rat^of dividends will be continued.
When dividends are not withdrawn, they
are accounted as depo>it». Thus permanent
deposits compound their interest twice In
Clement B. Smyth, . George W. Bush,
Chas. W. Howland. George 8. Capelle,
Nathan'l K. Benson, M. L. Liebenstein,
Henry F. Dure, Edward Darlington,
E. M. stonsen berg, Job H. Jackson,
William M. Field, Wm. H. 8wifi.
GEO. W. BU8II, President.
GEO. S. CAPELLE, Vice President.
feb21.lv K. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer.
I MR8T NATIONAL BANK
Repository op the Public Monky»
FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNI
EDWARD BETTS. President.
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier
Philadelphia «nd New York Exchange fur
ii>L*.-d lo regular Depositors without charge.
p < ap*f%|.
Discount days. Mondays and Thurstiavs,
»t 10 A. M. J '
nyth, j Gtorge W. Bush.
Bar rrott. Jr.,
Clemei.ft ß. S
Hrt! r > s. M /Comb, 1 Sa
'pUE NEW CASl'LE COUNTY
NO. «02 «aKKKT STREET,
/.VS t'ß ßs JO 1 f v 11 FT II E
HOUSES AND AU, OTHER BUILD
For ç?r'»1« of time varyia* lr,,m uiree
ruotris to . term o SKir .; utree
William Tatna l,
• John Joi
-ment B. «myth,
'rr-orge C. M
Chas. W H
! B-v 2.,„ r „
»re U. Bates,
SAM-L SM1TH. A h^ ALL ' Pre6i ' Jfnt -
A Fine W ite Sliirt
I ' 'AÄANTEED TO BE MADE OF
i Superfine LI\ T EM Bosom,
d to call
w - 3. COLE,
1 '• \RKEl
the n«e of Takka.nt's
Seltzsr Ai-kbik.nt. p r ,!S>
drug store.. rocu 'Wli
a week In ynnr~n^~ù^~
ani.1 »5 outfit free »
Portland, Maine. ' "• UaUj
O ^ ® ,,rÂ p*™«
& • I name, to et»., domi
ICO., NaHKiiu. N. Y.
ONLY FIVE DDL
FOR AN ACRp
Of the BKST L A \ D In 4«..;
the g kcat tmos I-ACI vie Bau!
A FARM For$
** eaty payment! with low
StEC? 17 Itl-i it yol
Full Information sent ffee,addi»|
O. F. DAVIS,
Land Agent, B.P. H. It o«l|J
$ 5 to$ 20 ^ r Â ( ïr 8l
Co ., Por tland. Maine. W
" J?* <« Ageuu
FREE. P. u. VI
mined. y at home. Agents we
w>Lct fit and terms free. TRUE4
M " lBe -
N. F. BHRNflAM'S'l
WATER - WH
la d -clarcd
h« ** &T4 .\'i»»ro
h| me.'* by over 6"»« persons wboi
Prl«-r« roiucrd New pamphlM
F. BURNHAM, York. Pa.
CENTENNIAL GR.VMD FI
AND GOLD MEDAL
California Fruit Drie
< Drier» fuml»hetl to cure from ,
twenty thousand pounds ier day. fi
haxket of PrtchM is w<»rtn w eeiii
orchard by drying them on ibiilrlerI
stamp for circular to UKO A Ir.lfl
" On», Virus Ex oeo"
IIE4I/m, Tone, VIC
LONG LIFE AND HAPPI3B
The Monk's Legacy or Vital R*l«i
will ai rengthen the nerve«, prevent#
ot the physical forces. Hull 1 up and»
to vigor the most shat'end
and positively cu
ment» of the urinary orga'i*. euiierii
ed or constitutional. Bv mall, pm]
Address J POSTER STANLEY*!
Manufacturing Chemists. 3t7 Broom
N. Y. Send for circular.
H. KENT A CO.,
Importers and Manufacturer'!
AND COACH MATERIAL
Have the Largest Klock ofGooiii
Slate In their line, and best assorti
in the United Ktate«.
NO. 203 AND 207 8HIPLEY A«
12 onaNOE STREETS,
WM, S. WATIi
No. 1009 Market Sin
«TEA» A GA« HTT1
materials in my lino u; bo*
•tantly on han«L
W ngton, A
For »V Upvi
Foi* ^4."> and
For Cash or iNSTALMEJff*»!
ROBELIN A BRO'8
A HEALTH ISM® ,
Restoring tlie Nervousand P e! ' 11 L
Imparting Life, streugtb, * u
the loaning organism.
fiuceessfuUy trciuma Disease » jr
Dk.BKY A N *8 EL K CT K; J f v f '! L JÆj
Recently introduced after >^;.u
id research They are of qjÿJC
with R vi!
er. Imbuing the
current of I'Uahzing tidctnc
f orce, ..„fa POI
electricity is nati
A .Sovereign 8l*€H'lflc IU |g
vous Debility—I iiscase» <>i _j(
Rli r umat l s m Para iyKP ! * 1 Ly<n
Disonien* of the Kidney»—a ua
Ttie A ppl Tance» are stronc.
of tafferent degr»
all ca«es aud condition
where niethctne* Hare fail'
Kefereno i lo uumero. s
CÏ »»» 1
n ^ yo*j
:* I P i mhp«oL
HI E i«t
407 MARKET ST. *
i < r.Aii«
A full a>'
JEWELRY »nd 8PF.C TAl
k.*t rate«. »
u gl v
•t int v
prio-ir* 1 '
.* umor «I Sivx'tu '
11 APLKW (Hi »
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