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TIMORE KAIL HOAD.
November 10,1878.
vlll leave Wilmington
il»btaand Intermediate Stations,
2 30 , 4 00, 7 20,
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4 a».
SUNDAY TRAINS.
p&:a&ii<l Intermediate Stations
ix.» and' New York, 2.09, a. in.,
1 c. Mid Washington, 12 51, 2 10
information passeng
tables posted
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at tlie
til
NNEY.
Kuoe rlii tend out.
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and Dwelling, \n. IHM
MM: Dwelling liouse 1IO 1
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'Building Lots,
tarins.
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MaLK ok KENT.
CJWtt donne«. Price »600. A
R^-Appiy us
Mans PENNINGTON.
IM '~ A blKhly improved farm
'-""•res,in While Clay Creek bun
••jicloM-tl hi Osage Hedge. Dl
ö«l'l«. Large apple
faniearlnj. Public «cfiool
Miiit r,n ' buildings— Large Man
i nit » anl House, Barn, Granary
■ u'u'-r building« necessary on a
i j, * mUes from «tat Ion
Leniraliy located. 9
Dom Wjlrniugton. A pply to
UF..«, JNo - Wl WHITEMAN.
fourth street
ad
Wilmington, Del.
b, Ml Cor Mule.
•'-■ corner From
^'"JkcUhou between nixLh and
Fifth bet w
'.T 01 ' «irftW«.
J** 011 Gilpin
»nd Broome
Van Buren and
Avenue between Har
l4l , -- streets,
ît h ur K a,,d " orth oftbe ab«ve.
„ * W. ('.orner ilarrison and
'«Avenue.
n J uJ.^! aware Avenue between
m i» Hroo,n e.
Hto.,1. ! en,| Hyivanla Aven
•«iiUi street.
IllOMAH It. LALLY,
Real Eatate Agent,
*9)2 Market street.
:•
and
kr
JMLK.
l«ShriJ? 0 . perl Vi w,th 10 acre« of
sillin'«* ! welling house and of her
^ ui Vv « *3.000. A bargain.
* ANS PENNINGTON.
--—Eighth and Market Sts.
roc.ns in
J^pas tlie Cheapest
MS & BROTHER'S
J 3 ] Variety Stores !
" " Keneral assortment of
.„trimmings and
„ hosiery.
■ * ' l L ' ,l,1 , k '. Hugs and Mattings,
Jti«y"™* Boots and shoes, In
l'-Ä.iV.'T 1 '-»»™. Tin-ware,
V*l«: i 'Î' 1,1 large variety.
Vs w";. kxpress Wagons,
i)C.rrl.ii.ujl) barrisses.
■and is,P large variety.
* 11 klu.'^jBced that we can and
U Oatapesl.
TL& BROTHER
«ARRET 8TREET
^JU! Li T JAHH
tOODs
h
606
who w,Bl1 *« Rent, buy
*aro y «MerminSî 8Kve tr,,u " leau<J
s farm agency,
1,0,2 w »*t Fourthut.
j* South—* Solid North'
I'or l!ie Oarettn.
iL " t,M ' Kepublicans that are endeav
"L"« lu <;o'MM»liaato the North by the "y
« f • «olid South, that by ignorait**^
pjejOdlce, Interest ar„l maliciousness
they may keep up sectional hate and
f 0 "® C nwlye tlieir fallen party—hold or!
to power for loaves and fishes—corrunt
öle public ofllces and plunder the T 1
the United Stales after 1S8J m
they formerly did under the regime of
1 ' V,V U " " tho cry of abolition
ism, false liberty, love of the nemo hate
°* wliite men of tl»e South, thievery of
their property and running it away on
the underground railway that made the
80 l- l< N , , ', rl l- , 11 Î VIIS 11,8 8011,1 -Norththat
refused to obey the constitution and the
higitlve slave law, and refused to return
PW™®"* Iwiwil to service, escaping from
one State to another.
I 'Ms
..
of
, If there was any
solid South it was the solid North that
made it, self protection is said to be the
first laws of nature. It is the sheep dogs
that drive the sheep together, and they
all turn and face the hounds; it was
North men that sent their emissaries in
to the South among the negroes and by
their teachings, letters, pamphlets and
speeches, advised the negroes to pnt fire
into the houses of Southern homes and
daggers in tlielr beds, fomented strife, in
surrection and death.
It w
"
V
Northerners that desired the
rights of projierty in the Territories, or
Southern states, it was Nor.hern com
bination that brought on the war. It
was not the West; not Abraham Lincoln
that caused the firing of Fort Sump* er.
It was treacherous Northern cabinet
officers. It was Northern policy that
for years that sacrificed
il lion men—that caused so
much starvation and death at Anderson
ville—because they cut off supplies of
food and medicine ami would not
change one white man for another white
man but wanted to dictate to the »South
that they should give a negro for a white
man, and thus the Northern government
became res]>onsible for much of the
misery and horrors of the war ami thous
ands of thousands of deaths. We do not
recount these things with satisfaction,
hut now that vile Northern politicians
and a vitiated press are striving to revive
dead issue and combine a solid North, by
the cry of a solid South ami hanging out
the bloody shirt, it is necessary that tin?
pen and press should recount the history
of the past and warn the public against
their nefarious purposes in the present or
the future. The boomerang sub-editor
of the Republican even in our midst, as
if forgetful of the place in which lie
lives and that we are not a Northern
state, hut a middle one, keeps the black
tlag flying every day, and by misrepre
sentation cd' the South and abuse of our
kept up the w
so many
ex
own State, our courts ot justice, and
juries, and law s, and officers, and people,
endeavoring to combine us into a
North against the South,
roads his windy and long editorials and
incidental remarks almost daily, when he
can get the negro for tlit? subject, is
ignorant of the deadly virus within him,
and the cockatrice eggs he lays to hatch
serpents ; and his ulterior purpose to per
secute our own people and minister to a
solid North, best "Othello's occupation
should he gone." What is the interest
cd Wilmington, De laware " What sup
ports our carriage establishments? What
are our steamboats made for: where our
cars and ships sold and so of our other
manufactories ?
Does not the Republican know that its
principles and teachings, the more they
have been taught the more they swamped
the Republican party, until now it is
doubtful whether there is any more Ue
publiican party. One thing is certain,
that its every-day cry disgusts tlie more
intelligent and liest part of the Republi
cans, and as to its teachings that a negro
is better than a w hite man, it is not sur
prising that same should not let it come
into their houses. Men may brag of the
circulation of their papers and think it
is a warrant to go in on their outrage: of
public opinion. But the question is what
are their principles? Among whom does
it circulate? Who are their subscribers—
the ignorant or the intelligent ; tlie
vicious or the pure. It is too late in the
day by any hocus poeus for tbe nearly
isolated Republican press of Delaware to
attempt by any party interest to drive us
into the solid North by the cry of a solid
South. One scintil'ation of reason and
an instant sense might raise the inquiry :
If the South is reattacked by a solid
North, why has not tlie South an equal
right to become a solid South and repulse
the foe and mock their vain designs ? As
•count of their fallen fortunes and
not an account of their virtues or their
claims, they propose to trot out General
Grant for their next President, not for
his qualifications, but for his military
character. They have calculated without
their host, and the Middle and Western
States and tlie South will combine in one
Elect a
.1 d
Who that
solid phalanx to defeat the foe.
Union man for President aud rout Gen
Grant horse, foot and dragoon,
financial interests will lead to this result
Tlie party that for fifteen years has dis
ordered and corrupted our finances and
destroyed trade and beggared tlie court
try has forfeited every claim to confidence
And what may he called the public we!
know that prosperity can never be re
stored by a solid North, but by reciproci
ty of feeling and trade and of a change
of government. The hard money is
against them ; they are weighed in tlie
balance and found wanting, and 1KS0
will read their doom. Patriot.
Out
:
Kevlvul TliroHRliout Ike
I.i.ikI
TIMOBK, Nuv. 2B.—At a largely at
tentlud meeting of clergymen of this city
Lekl yealerday, at the Huggeetion of Mr.
D. L. Moody, the Kvaugelist, a c -
mitte« was appointed to issue a call to
the evangelical ministry amt churches ot
the United States to|unite in the month of
January, fallowing >'P ! lle week nt I*ra.v
er ie a concentrated eifert tor the revival
of God's work throughout the whole laud,
and that in order to do the* they ''^e the
Christian p«o,.le to lay.asKleall cmiflmt
ens our institutions, political, soclal^and
religious." The committee will issue tne
call immediately.
A
Hal
i c wn received in
Information hf » ™ " (1 ';,
Washington of the to .. ij j
United States Court at C*ieyt.ne ot D.J.
McCann, who was lmind guilty of »teal
inc from the government fitty-two oar
rets of snear,selling tlie same ami pockit
th. nmnlette McCann was once a
* , r ™ Ja'e for United Stales
prominent tan k #ml f or years
Senator fiom .N«-bia , a National
was president ol inc m»
Hank.
Inlurging fhc Rplirre of flic
flrcenltark..
Secretary Sherman's remarks to the
Maid more hank presidents have excited
cntieisin in some quarters wliieh has the
appearance of being captious, but the
general impression made upc
tile communities Is favorable.
on mercan
, . The sec
retary evidently expects to a»d in main
tainirig the parity of greenbacks with
coin by increasing their uaes ami enlarg
Ingtheir sphere of action. Thus,although
he did not expressly Htate the fact, it is
apparent that he expects a greenback
which is at par with gold and is also re
ceivable for customs, to take the place,
since it is capable of performing all the
duties of a clearing-house or coin certifi
cate. The New York Bulletin calls at
tention also to the important circum
stance that this ne
.... of Rreenbaeks
will vastly diminish the occuhcu for
making distinctions between silver and
other c urrencies."
u
"In other
. .. tordu, it
sajs, -the greenback will do all the work
of gold and silver, exce
settlement of foreign
these balances
pting only
balances."
now all in our favor,
when resumption is effected there will
be practically no object to be attained by
" e conversion of notes into coin, and
the supply of gold and silver will bo am
V le for all purposes of hanking reserve.
'hat simply is stated l»y Comptroller
Knox, from data furnished by Dr. Lin
dsrraan, director of the mint, to he
follows :
Estimated coin and bullion In
the coantry, J uns 30,1S77. «242.855,858
Estimated pioduot of mine»
for ibeyear..
Exportations for the year
Total.
Dud net exportations.. «11, 697.555
Usvd lu the arts, Ac... 27.5*5,t70
the
As
Hi
as
.. 89,000,000
.. 29,82 ,314
*371,5.7,172
- »39,233.225
Total esl am't June 30, 1878. »3*2,443,947
It will be seen from these figures that
we have not only during the year re
tained the entire bullion product of our
iniues of gold and silver, hut have re
ceived from abroad $18,123,757 of coin
and bullion in excess of our exporta
fions. Of this amount of $.'*32,443,1*47,
$244,353,31*0 Is in gold and bullion, aud
$88,05*0,557 in silver coin ami bullion.
Director Llnderman also estimates that
between June .'*0 and September 80 the
coin and bullion in the country has in
creased at least $20,000,000. If tins rate
of increase should be maintained up to
the 1st of January, the coiu aud bullion
in the country at that date, upon the
basis of the director's estimates, will be
$384,443,1*47.— Balt. Sun.
The Creriit-Jloblller Case.
Washington, Nov. 26.—In the Su
preme Court of the United States co-day
the case of the United States versus the
Umou Pacific Railroad company, et ah.
came up and argument was commenced
by Mr. Solicitor Phillips, as the counsel
for appellant. This is tne suit commonly
as the credit-mobilier case, ft
was commenced In the United States
Circuit court for the district of Connecti
cut by tlie tiling of a bill in equity by At
torney-General Williams in tbe name of
the United States, under and by virtue of
the<l special requirement of tbe fonrlh
section ot the actf of Congress, approved
March 3,1873. The purpose of ihis pro
c eding, as set forth in the bill, was to
procure the restoration to the corpora
tion of certain fuuds, of which it. was al
leged to kavw been defrauded by the
The defendants de
various grounds,
know
credit mobilier,
murred to the bill
the most important being the act of Con
gress under which the suit was brought
was unconstitutional, aud that the gov
ernment's interest rests on the transac
tions complained of and
aud
tbe bill. Mr. Justice Hunt sustained the
demurrer aud the case being appealed|to
thin court was argued iu December. 18i0.
There being ta division of opinion in tbe
tbeu constituted the present re
Attorney-Geu
II make the closing argu
ait lor tbe government lo-worrow,aud
will be followed by Mr. Rodney Bartlett,
and iMr. William G. Russdl, of Boston,
for the defendants.
insu Hi cit-nt
able it to uaiutain
remote lo
court
argument was ordered,
eral Dev»-hH
'1 11«* 4 rnsa«le AgaiiiNf 11 mu.
Chkstbk, November 25.—Tbe temper
people of Chaster have begun a
campaign against rum, which they think
wdl have the effect of reducing the
number of gin shops in Delaware coun
ty. If is ilie intention to get up a peti
tion to .fudge Claytou, asking him to
grant only half its many licenses for next
he did this. Colonel Theo. Hj
i
year
att, of the Penn Military Aea4lemy,
thinks the temperance people will be
successful if the churches take hold of
the matter.
Madison Street Methodist Episcopal
Church put Judge Clayton where he is.
He received the vote of the church and
tempeiauce people of the city." There
are over one hundred grog shops iu and
around Chester. Dr. Jewett, the Con
necticut temperance orator, delivered
his fifth lecture in Chester this evening.
He had an audience of 1,500 persons last
eveiiug.
He said: "Trinity and
COLLISION IN THE MERSEY.
Liverpool, November 20.—During a
deuse fog here to-day a crowded ferry
crossing the Mersey, col
lided with a ship lying at anchor. A
panic occurred on the ferry-boat, vucl sev
eral persons jumped overboard. Some
accounts say six persons were drowned,
others say only two or three.
boat which
There is p practice iu some of the pub
lic school« of making a Thanksgiving
present to the several teachers. These
presents are from the pupil« aud general
ly take the shape ot a turkev, though
they are sometime« varied, and flowers,
pictures, or hooks may be given. The
usual course is for one of the older schol
ars in a class to be appointed or to ap
point himself as treasurer, and then a
is levied upou tbe whole class to
make up the necessary amount. In
many instances poor children are forced,
it were, out of more shame of refusing,
„ w subscribe amounts that they cannot
afford. A refusal is followed by con
temptous words and maltreatment, while
the getters up of the list are apt to stand
a very promineut position on the "roll
merit." The practice is a pernicious
one, and ought not to be tolerated by
either parents or pupils, or even by the
teachers themselves, The Board ot Edu
cation or the local boards ot trustees
could soon ubate it if they desired to.—
aV. Y. Sun.

I ; I
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A correspondent of the Philadelphia
Times says that he met a New York
journalist who, being that
spree, solicited a loan of twenty-five
cents to buy a drink, ami the ensuing
week the same journalist, being sober
was earning his \isual income ol $150 a
week This story, which is told as an
ilustration of the ways of newspaper
men, is untrue on the face of it. l
New York journalists who receive 57,
800 a year are not drunkards. Indeed, it
lsdifiioult for a drunkard to get employ
ment atany price on the important news
"„t &1« city. The Jays when
drunkenness and untidy clothes were
arded as indications of literary genius
ar £ among the da>s that are no more.
# un
, T Kellogg, of Northampton, Mass ,
|k l ( . llitB tt long dtstanne to vote at
îLe last electron. He i. IN) year» o *1
who w.ll now «lare to assert tiiat the
patriotism of our forefathers has died
•k on a
lie
I
HA T UTUHJCfl
David McCloskey
THE
HATTER.
81Ö Market Street,
(Adjoining Opera House.)
•STThe latest style« constantly on hand
him n call.
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No
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Wilmington, De
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Reut«, Accounts, Ac., Ac.
Leans Negotiated.
Leases and other Instruments of writing
carefully prepared. Give us a call.
EDMUND B. FRAZER,
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Cor. 8rd A Market His
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of
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jOHN C. CULik.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
AND
PUBLIC.
Office 8. W. Corner of Third and Market
streets. Pensions, Patents and Passports
procured,
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NOTARY
Wilmington. Del
L. VALLANuiunAM,
WTO ItVBY-lT.LiW,
No. 4 Allmond's Bu.ild.iuy
lebtf-ly
J.
R. PKNINGTON
H.
ATTORNEY-AT-L4 W ,
No. 2, WEST 7TH STREET,
Wilmington. Del.
1UV13-1V
HK AHT1ZANH MA1VNGH BANK.
T
302 MAKKET RTRKKT,
Incorporated January 24d, 1861.
Open to receive deposits dally from 9 A
M. until 4 P. M., and on Tuesday and Sat*
urrtav evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
regularly made In April and October.
Wbeu dividends are not withdrawn they
deposits. Thus permanent
deposit« compound their Interest twice in
each year.
re accounted
MANAGERS.
u, I George W. Bush,
o I George 8, Capelle,
Nathan'1 R. Benson, | M. L. Llcbensteln^
Edward Darlington;
Job H. Jackson,
Win. H. Swift,
A.ithony Higgins.
GEO. W. BUSH, President.
GEO. 8. CAPELLE, Vice President.
K. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer
Clement Hamyth,
Chas. W. o
Henry F. Dure,
W. Hasting«,
Edward Pusey,
feb21 v
IKBT »AT1UNAL BANK
P
OF WILMINGTON.
Kkpobitort or tub Pubuio Monets
and
FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE ÜN
TED STATES.
EDWARD BETTS, PKKSIDKNT.
OKO. D. ARMSTRONG, CASHIEB
esoo.ouo.
Phlladelpbls and New York Exchange far
uiehed to regular Depoaltora without charge.
Paid tip VmplUI«
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays
at 10 A. M.
DIRECTORS.
George W. Bush,
Ell Garrett,
Sam q Bancroft, Jr
William Tat,nail,
Clement B. Smyth,
Israel Pusey,
Henry 8. McComb,
Daniel James,
Edward Betts
Adam's Early Corn,
EXTRA EARLY SUGAR CORN,
CROSBY'S EXTRA EARLY SUGAR
CORN,
Early Narragansett Sugar Corn
BLACK MEXICAN SWEET SUGAR
CORN.
Extra Early Minnesota Sugar Corn,
Stowebls Evergreen Sugar Corn,
Mammoth or Large Sweet Sugar Corn,
Improved White Prolific Cora,
Chester Co. Field Corn and Evergreen
Broom Corn, at
a
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to
In
by
Fonrtli A Slalpley Him
BARGAINS
-AT
Thomas M. Wier^s.
New Buckwheat, 4 cts. poun
White Clover Honey 2 lbs. for 25 ct
Coconut Macaroons, 2« cts. pound
L ran berry s, JO cts. quart
Extract of Lemon, 12 cts. bottle
Extractor Vanilla, 12 cts. bottle
Pickels, 10cts. bottle
3 pounds of Raslns, 25 cents
4 pounds of Currants, 25 cents
Comlenced Milk, 25 cts.
2 caus of Peaches, 25 cents
2 pounds Pared Peaches, 25 cents
3 pounds Prunes, 25 cents
28 pounds Flour, 75 cents
Best. *1.00
Apple Butter, 8 cts. pound
Best Bradford County Butter, 25 cents
THOM A* M WTFK.
lalsomine is, Whitewasii.
KaiHominers ana nouseKeepers wno «av
or years back been troubled by tta pe
•ng of the whitewashed walls, can over
come this by the new process with tbe pow
dered Kalsomlne prepared in tbe fashlona
cl ebhades awlu nts. Mixed with water it
can be applied by any person with an ordi
nary brush. . ..
Sample cards of the shade« can be adh
om the agent lor this State,
a
an
it
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at
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the
a
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JA 91 KM BRADFORD.
NOS. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET
WILMINGTON. DEL*
U27L1.
I.e iii kIi aud Seliuylkill
COAL,
Selected from the best Mlnee.
OAK AND PINK KINDLING WOOD
KNOUH MUORB, JR.
Fourth Htreet Wuarl
Brasch erriet, CIS Market St.
tl
ADAMS & BROTHER
WHOLESALE ANI> RETAIL
VARIETY STORE
506 MARKET STREET, 506
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WILnilGTOI, DEL
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Would respectfully call the attention of the Public to their largo and
well selected stock of Fancy and Domestic
HOLIDAY GOODS.
DOLLS JA SPECIALTY,
»KEIDTER^ PATENT meads and BODIES.
DOLL CARRIAGES, BOYS' VELOCIPEDES.
EXPRESS WAGONS, SLEDS. TOY CARTS,
WHEEL BARROWS, DRUMS,
TIN AND MECHANICAL TOYS,
STEAM ENGINES. A FULL LINE OF
CRANDALL'S DOMESTIC TOYS.
A LARGE LINE OF CUT PICTURE8,
PAPER LACE AND FANCY PAPER
FOR TREE ORNAMENTS.
ï/"(ome and Examine Our stock.
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THE LARGEST AND FINEST VARIETY
—OF—
Boots, Shoes and Rabbers,
Ever offered to the public, are to be found at the
BOSTON ONE PRICE
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
NTo. 209 Market St.
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Prop'r.
,r We have a large lot of Ladiei', Misses' and Children's Button and
Lace Shoes, slightly damaged by water which w« are almost
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A full line of the latest improved
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Stoves. Heaters & Ranges. Crary's Clay Heaters
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Especial attention is called to the large stock of
SECOND-HAND OFFICE AND PARLOR STOVES,
In gortl condition which Is being sold Cheap. Also a full line of
HOUSE FURNISHING' GOODS- '
At ihe fetove and Heater Emporlu
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of
II. F. PICKELS , 7 and 9 E. FO URTH STREET.
WXLIMIIZETG-TO.Er. DEL.
. All
K?~01d Stoves takeu in Exchange.
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THE ARCTIC ICE & COAL COMPANY 21
OFFICE. No. 2 EAST NECOitD STREET
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X2ST THE CITY.
WM. PENN AND TURKEY RUN PUT IN SELLARS FREE.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. B. CONBOW & HON, Prop'«.
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All forms of Kidney and Urinary dis
eases. Pains In the Back, Sides and Loins
are positively cured by
p
t.
Its effects are truly marvellous In Dropsy,
Gravel, Bright's disease, Seminal losses,
Leucorrhoea, and lost vigor, no matter
of how long standing the case may be.pos
itive relief Is had In from one to three day«.
Donol despair, hesitate ordoubl for it is
really a specific and never falls. It Is
f ureiy a vegetable preparation, by Its
Imely use thousands oil case« that have
been considered Incurable by the mo»t
eminent physicians, have been perma
nently cured. . , .
It Is also indorsed by the regular Physi
cians and Medical Societies throughout
the country, sold In bottle« at T -vo dollars
each or three bottles which Is enough to
cure the most aggravated oase, sent to any
address on receipt ol Five dollar« Small
trial bottle One dollar each, all orders to
be addressed to
Graut» Reine«ly Manufacturing;
Company,
554 Main St., Worcester, Mass
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[NEW BOOKS,
unnshed. All the
I A«soon
New Magazines,
Newspapers,
(Dally and Weekly.)
Blank Books,
Stationery,
Games,
Ana a very large assortment of article»
oth tor ornament and use at
E. s. R. BUTLER'S.
420 MARKF.T BTWBWT_
DUNCAN BROTHERS,
214 MARKET ST
Have lust receive.! a flue lot of
Table & Pocket
CUTLERY.
GENT'S SCARFS"
50c,
FORMER PRICE $1.00.
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•of
W. B. COLE.
Men's Furnishing Goods.
202 MARKET STREET.
Now is the lime
TO BUY YOUR
STOVES
5
AND GET YOUK
Heaters Put in Order.
1 have Just reduced the price of all Cook
In , Parlor and Healing Stoves to suit the
hard times.
Call aud
the prices before you buy,
U. MOBltlttMON,
Cor. Tblr* «nd Shipley .-t
N. B_Heaters cheaper than ever.
Oov9tf
Fashionable Furniture!
J. & J. IM. HARMAN
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Hu. 410 King Street,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
speotfully Inform the citlj
Wilmington, aud the sur£
We res
sens of
rounding country that we continue
_ _to manufacture and keep on band
at our large and long established
rooms, Furniture of every variety aud
style, consisting of Mahoganv Rosewood
and Walnut Furniture suitable for parlor,
d.Aiiing-room and chamber
Our assortment of Furniture is larger an 1
more varied than can be found In Delaware,
aud all articles sold at our establishment
are warranted as represented.
VeulLian Blinds of the most fashionable
designs made to order and kept constantly
on band. We also manufacture and oon
«tan il y keep a large assortmeut ol 8prm
Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses
J. A J. N. HARMAN
ware
H. KENT A CO.,
D.
Importers and Manufacturers' Agents for
IKON,
IRON,
STEEL,
HARDWARE,
STEEL,
HARDWARE,
AND COACH MATERIAL.
Have the Largest Stock of Goods in the
State In their line, and best assorted stock
In the United States,
NO. 205 AND 2«7 SHIPLEY' AND 210
AND 212 ORANGE STREETS.
Wilmington, Del.

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