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THIRD EDITION
Governor Hampton Wars«
Columbia, 8. C.,Döc. 16,1878.
G iveraor Hampton's case has again
taken a most seiious turn and Ins condi
tion is regarded as exceedingly critical
to-night. His symptoms wltmu the Ust
tweoiy-fo'tr hours are regarded as strong
ly indicative of pyaemia, and his physi
cians ars manifestly concerned for the
developments ol the next twenty-four
hours.
Hampton*» ch aiiactkk vindu'Atki».
8T. Lol ls, Dec. 16, 1878.
In connection with tin* story that Gov
ernor tVade lldinp on sind *nd killed
Colonel James Cameion, brother «.f 8i
inou laibtr.m, at the ha tie of Hull
Run alter Cameron had surrendered,
Henry Keener, a «ater at a Fourth
street restaurant in *his city *a>s:—"I
♦as ainembeiof i be.Seventy-ninth New
Yo:k legiuieitt, of which Colonel CY__
crou was colonel. 1 was at Bull Run
wail him. 1 was not ten feet a way when
he fell, and was the first to raise him up.
The reb li were * brae or four hundred
yards away, cannonading us, and
could not 8-*e them, they being screened
by the troc-s and bushes. Colonel C'atue
fell aft r two or threi rounds had
be -n tiled at us, ami long before our régi
ment was forced to suircodei."
R NNlalnglou
Washington.D ec. It»—Mr. Buckner,
»an of ilie Bankiig Currency
ttee, says that it is the intention
of his committee to urge the repeal of
the Jaw permitting the Secretary of the
Tie.isury to allow the accumulation of
large sums of money iu the national
It is shown by official records
that the First National Bank of New
York had at one time over 545,000,000,
a - «1 even now has fully 520,000,000.
Mr. Beck, of Kentucky, submitted a
resolution that the Secre'ary of the
Treasury he directed and required to ap
near before the Senate in
Wednesday, at 1 o'clock, to Inform the
Senate what reason if any he has for fail
ing to answer the resolution of the Sen
ate of the 3d of December, 1M78 i
to the amount of silver coin ret
customs dues ami w hether he I as applied
it or any part ot it to the payment of the
the bonds and noies of the
applied to
Chai
( '
vv
on
in regard
«eived tor
Interests
U ni ;ed Status, and if not
stat«» the reason why.
During his remarks on the resolution
Mr. Beck said the Secretary of the
Treasury increased the bonded debt of
the United State« to the extent of $104,
4in*!),4fiU, by selling bonds and hoarding
gold. Atter a brief debate the resolution
was laid over.
Thf Uiuklrrl, In.t Kvi-uiDg.
vas a good attendance at flic
0 |h ra House last evening to witness the
|iei1uruiauee by Uuprez & lienediet'a
A number of tbe jokes and
'..ngs were new but the majority of them
bail been beat d in tliis city many times
lielore. The jierforinancc throughout
nd.
4-run<| 4 nrnlfiil
To-morrow
grand
('ll roller skaten. The best skater will be
presented with a pair of nickel-plated
roller skates, and a pair of tin skat«*» to
t be poorest skater or the
ôf-zS
rening there
asquerade at the Institute Hall
rill be a
: that has
ratest number of falls. The price
lissioo will t»e 2 ß cents.
FINE TON CERT.
The concert in the lecture room of the
Grand Opera House, this evening, by
Prof. Berber's scholars, will be a splen
did musical treat. The tickets are 3fi
cents « ach, and the attendance will un
doubtedly tie very large.
Fatal 4<«'l<1ciit
A fata] accident occurred a' the Mc
Culloußh Iron Company's rolling mills,
at North East, Cecil county, Md.,
Friday evening lad, by which one
wsn killeJ and two otheis sevoiely iajur
on
ml.
A LECTURE.
Mr.
I* W. Hoc»,
ppel, Is now en
preparing a lecture on "Ula*M
liu lec
gag.-d i
cal Ed ï
I'
ll dull
at
lie
lure in
I a lew
ks.
A «BEAT REDUCTION
IN PRICES OK
Boots and Shoes!
DANIEL MçQUSKER
îiH)
1* getti
Loot» und H
*ell a
t ln bl» E A f. 1. HT Ut! K
• lli lie «id
\T RKDUCTIUN from
He Wish,
eneral to y
• B'.*«'.
•h he
.Kh
Il 1R
:■
il» friend* and
« 4 . 11 ,
delei
CiOOl)
GOOD* !
AN- HELLING THEM AT
LOW
PIMCEH !
ye'/T^J a wiie
Now is the lime
TO BUY TOUR
STOVES
J
AND GUT YOUR
Heaters Put iu Ordet.
J J.av-* Just redneed the price of all Oook
1 a.- or and Heatt ig Stoves to suit the
hard Urn es.
Call and

the prleea before you buy,
it. n«»H hismov.
Cor. Tblr« a .d Sliipicy •
n ^-ui—ReatcrH oh **»[•«« Uian «jver.
NEW HOOKS,
IAS soon as ubnsbed. All Ui.
New Magazines,
Newspapers,
(Dally aud Weekly.)
Blank Books,
Stationery,
G tuner
a v* ry larife assortment of artlcla*
■'«tu tor ornament and
E. ir . H.. BUTLER'S.
m MARK JOT HTKKKI
A
Ml
FOURTH EDITION I
i
I
An ai ta iw il _ Th« m/Af
ant hilt of the cl JdÆn o7th"te g :
islature was in relation to the Issue of a
half million of four nor cent bond*,
These bonds, to be known oh the Garrard
bonds, from the name of the author, will
mhS'Äf ofe
Setideaclmnwfcr^ i «f "ÎS luert
tive investment that can be m ui»* wiih
the weekly savings of laborers, clerks,
4 «tc. Their size will he a novel feature
They will.be precisely i he size of a five
dollar greenback bill, with the coupous
tiny and snug on the lower edge of the
bond Tbe Miiallness of their size and
denomination will eause them to t>e
used in commercial tran»actions,
II thus enlarge the State currency
without inflating it. The bonds will
six years ami cannot be sold at Jess thau
Weorfla's IV« w Ronde.
A Popular Four Per Cent Loan to be
Iseued next Month.
This is tbe tirst attempt of a Southern
®tate to float bonds at as low a rate
lour per cent; but it is alrea iy
îdiy^earl v^he ÂleT.n hM Sraïï»
been licspJken 1 Tuev will hi I«suh. 1 IÎ.
the month of January, to meet the Nut
ting bonds, which will fall due on Feb-!
notable that these bonus
scries of eight per cent, j
ing just one half of the interest |
,Vj h " J""® » luil "
» i'll'issue another hàltui'lltou'T.I'Üjdy w ,
retire seven per cent with. It U the !
opinion of tlie Treasurer, bankers and
finance committees tl,*; the iu'erestof
the State debt of over SB,000,000, now
a triHe over seven per cent,
i n tour per cent. Of course •
the boiid.-ddel"! 1 The bonds 'ï-sü-d will
be used exclusively In retiring falling »lue
uircba-lng outstamliug bonds. (
*d by a vote offi to 1. Gov
largely
ami wi
par.
ruary 1. It is
will supplant a
Ifil
averagi
can be I
not
ttoiids
The hill »
ernor Colquitt signed it to-day.
!
rongreM Ycstcriliij
Iu the United otatesgHeiiate,yesterday J'be
Mr. wiivtv prvKontMl putitioiK.ft). M.,r- '
fâ?orU.g'î"éere'uo.^o7 , . ü k«^i!i , 1 , : ü r«
the upper tm.lJle ground, iI *
bay. Mr. M et il le we was «gain (Jefeatuu
in liisatteiiipt toget up thuTexas Pacific !
Iroad bill, tbe Hei.atf, by a vote of
to ai, refusing to take it up. Mr. Hlaipe's I
resolution in regard to tbe inquiry I
whether citizens bad lieen deprived of
their constitutional rights was passed its
was also M r. Thurman's amendment ill
quiring into tbe use of money to eurrupt
voters, threats of discharge, and tbe coo
duct of United States marshals aud su
'rnldlfmT J? to be
Tu ,!' an,.. tù;;. ;.', V " ^e'"*fors.
d.'îr.ni^r'sOe sf ! 'I' e ' fl,r t,1B
tirm^ro^nns.! C0 "| lll i : K t o nve " 1 *?"■
featedhv Mstl!..;, W, ' r,; ,le '
In tbe > Hnuse lô d.'; .he sell f u, .
a number ofïiilk at f'
d. ëo . , e'," : , r i l : , : ,1U -
, ë 7 lt V? ,10 , u '" r "
for no t flire'nVnMi^v , llar k''"
r .,J , i -J," ,"' r * Sr 1 **"»
ofTrule ht t *'" 11 ,ard
A resolution was offered
j
.
i
Washing!
by Mr Finley, but objected to by Mr.
Hale, providing for a thorough Jnvn»n.
galion by the Judiciary
th«- origin, conduct. Me., of the "
service division of the Tr«*asury Dupart
iiient." Mr. Hun^tou reported a hill t«
a in«-ml the act of June 20, ]R78, to fix the
rate of iut«^rest
committee ini*
•Clet
the bonds to be issued
by the District commis-issioners for the
taking up $281,000 oiustauding houds
soon to tall due; passed. A bifi appr.
priât! tig to $140,000 for the construction
"f rt bridge across the Potomac river at
the island of the Thr«*e Bisters, above
Georgetown, was also passed, after con
siderable debate, alter which the H
adjourned.
MEKHIT'S
Patent Gas Carburetter,
1 Ii PHOT FI> ILLUMINATING t; a c !
^ A1ING »AN,
At a
GREAT SAVING IN ÜAS BILLS.
.tîrrtftT^V" MK, * KnT ÜAh "''
ohstaeies
gas«
For supplying
• d In overcoming ail
ay of making use of Uis
• of light hydrocarbon 1
'»ffered io the public a >
hie fa
>pe«tl
ol
;
«ii.it the ViOÙÏJn. 1
of
e i
free fro
fectly ►aie.
» roperty of re#
**«*ai gns fully
lime atfonlltiK
all ok e
*d i
K the
ptl
-half,
• 1
Hie m:
larger, «'leaier and n
t Hi com.
hnlilHSi light.
I
he
• Lh the ordl;
•al H
^lis addition, thus 1
tn#* #• >al
'h
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Vl "«
111
y.»*hd Ht a
ry 1 m rg
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patent Y
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a u hup
Ib r and
nried I
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ea.il
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, without ietdiUo
li'-n has been in
the National Hoard
• proved by them ,
is approval and pe
Carburetter In
lug it lu a brick
Ihr k»
il p
>• ■
l
J by
•d the I
I88C
rV,
1*
to place tl
build
gs. liiMead of pi
ll at
dlHUiiice Iro*
e, is the best certificate of it* »*
ty. Territorial rlgtiL* for aale by the M
rit <Ja* Light uo.
h I hi ti#n at i
. Heal Em- ,
m
The Carburetter i*
the office of Evan» p
Lab* Broker, IPmuo i, Hecoud HI*
mond Building, Cor of Eighth
het Ht*., Wilmington, Dei.
ngt
, am '
i, AU.
dë«'i4 st r "
_ !
'
rtussell 6l NorthropJ
306 Market Street.
I
1
Attract! 1
display of
HOLIDAY GOODS!
We propose to make this the popul
sort for buyers of Holiday (>«»»ir.
Every department in our establishment
otters attractions toUiose looking lor
.
_ _ #
Christmas Gilts
Adapted to every age, Rex, or condition of
Ute.
_
Our reputation ol Ih .1 year for belrgtlie
radlng House In Wilmington for Holiday!
Goods, will be lully sustain« 1 this season.
We wish you all a
^
- * WT-W..-TS »
W ^ «iîftSûs" y "fi"!" 'Ü XFutVili
onoe required. / pp y U,
. ... ' u .ell bkothkrh,
decm-wlt-d'i*. Coooh'« Bridge, i).i.
'MERRY CHRISTMAS
RU8S1LI A NORTHROP.
,
I FIFTH EDITION. !
i Ou Th« Et« of Reim in pt Ion
I Tu!™
Tw ice within a ptriod of y®* 1 **
between 1817 and 1821, the Hank
of England undert«H>k to resume specie
»ail
whUe nu»re complete préparai lem
subsequently insured success. '1 lie day A
iixed !»»r the restoration of the specie
standard in the United States is now at
.''"'Vu *;* Vlew of lh " pre<*uenu, Just
««"««Ut becomes a question of luuoh
* IOH * ar l *'e resources of the
J ,e " Mr y» " ,l, ,il l ,ed in il f stftte * ,
,,lön *» and as supplemented by the recent oh
action of the New York and Boston
banks, will prove adequate to theocca
sion.
The total amount of coin and bullion
in the country at this time is estimated I
at the Mint at more than $3&8,0oo,o00.
Of this aggregate the Treasury Depot
UiSnt now holds, according to a rejiort
submitted to Congress two weeks ago,
$140,000,000 in coin. This reserve is at
equal to rather more ihati forty per'cent,
of the entire issues of legal tender-notes. I
Obvi0, " ly ,his P ro ' rtoion W0llld ln»uf
fi, ' ,ellt > l ,rovl,le ' 1 »" ,1,e notes, or a large cels
">»j "rity of them, were presented lor re- auy
demptiou. Now it so hapjsMis that the
proportion of gold to paper above stated
j corresponds almost exactly to that exhib
| ited by the Bank of England when it
undertook its unsuccessful scheme of re
, ,U "!'' lio " 1,1 lhl7 ' Uul »>'* conditions
! ,u,,l, ' r »"hi* the expriment will be
nunle on Jan. 1, 1871*, difler it) several
iui|sirtant, a .d, in our judgement, deci
sive I. a'.
W. do not n w refer to ceiUio re
• sources ou which some stresi 1 as been
j" 111 » but recourse to which might jKwa.
" > loll.. wo I l»y uu oward cons"
( p* p uces. Miould tue quantity of le^al- ,
tender notes pieseuled for reJenipiion be
tpo it» r »'
tbe
;
car.
no
! Uiiexpcclediy large, ami tl.ua eu the
oomph te depletion of the com
thus far collected, 'here ii no doubt dial
J'be 8e'retciry may l-gaily reitsue tbe re-!
' tic iit«l not.!» in return lor f eslt mean
eiU "' " '• h "
* PI>,! " ra :,M " Urk, ' t , ^ r ,T ,C " * Imr '
*"' M al ° IIC,; >eve*l to thevotuiuu
! ui, ï ,,Mi weakuewi ortbe ïrea»ury, ami
would giavcly disturb tbe txotiog rela- 1
I tiou between gold aud tbe currency, if,
I indeed,it did not engender a veritable
oatiie —.V }' Sun .
a
~~~ ,
'»'•** Proptn.d Uli I,» «'anal I.o
rally lonsiilere.l. |
The Centreville (Oneen Anne's oonn
iy) lteeord dtscussrs the question of a I
Ship canal across tbe Eastern Nhure t»-ii- I
insula from a local pm III of view. That
pape* •» tor the canal in any event, aud to
fbough not indifferent to the ititer-Stale
interest that woald Iwt benefited by in,
oonttruotlon, or to tbe advantages to be 1
,, " nv *" 1 rrum " » HU Interior water
way for the passage ..r naval vessels In
case of war, n„. Itecor I undertakes to ,,f
« ivo r«ik-o.m "why every farmer, land
owner aud business man should give its
swrasîaswS'
the products of tbe peninsula, and In tbe 1 ah
increased worth of lands within easy dis- a,
tancc of tliH l'ii« ol route. There in one
Record make* which cauuot
d'ten enforced.
A am inning that the mot available 1 Am
uthern rout«* will receive the aiqiroval
üut i-iiNtÜwiînr n!«r ».*!? Wa . y
Wueenstowu or the Choputuk river direct • .
to the Breakwater at Letreo would need
neiiher locks, leaders, or force pumps, *
hut would l>e in effect a hver joining the
two hays now divided by the peninsula,
it would be a salt water canal, amt, de
bouching so close to the ocean, would
bring into the Uhesapeakc its saline
qualities and its milder temperature, and
whilst it would not modify the cold of
our winters it would have a material ef- j
feet upon the ice in the bay in softening
j it as high up as the point at which ti e
. Kunquehatn
The Rec
point th
be t
t
"
u
pours its waters into it.
«1 closes its article with the |
emphatic remark that "the route to tbe
! ca,ia L *nake it a success, must go dir
to the Delaware Breakwater at Lew*
'That is aiioctrine
preaching for years.
the Si
has bee
I
to have
The 4 vngrcssf
ili<> YHlou I
1
»I liMfialry lulo
Frier Fpldeaulc
Washington, Dei. 16.—A joint m.et
1 '"« "('tiiv -V-iiulv ami Hons, nmiinittee.
<>h the yellow fever inquiry wi
i been held this inorni
but le h than a
»piorum of lli«* House
oiniiiittee put in
1 milters on the part (tt the Seiia'e
ere i
ap|H»nt.ed io visit New Oi leans ami vicin- !
ill : SU:.,:. Knut in, Lamar ami I'a.l.lmk;
Nil M*mphi.- and v «•imty, Messrs. >
Harris. Matthews and Conover. Con
ill be ap|>nj
. 1 M.
conduct I
cs iga'ion in !
i< in r tees a
the lions«» committee I
' *>
thcsi branches #»f the j
it b the .Senators above num- I
net i«>n
• • 1 di
Nlh«-ap|
•'bug holiday rei r
ni Conj
SS. 1 llHi
also
«ii arranged
»inmittc
■ tl.il' the H
* • and Senate
bington »ha I hereafter
nigh they
s in
•et i.. m | v t
• , *'r nu >*
ill Vote sep,lately, in the 1 (
1 "coinmi tees ot conte.
:
w
enec.
i
,
;
GEN. SHERIDAN WAITING FOR
THE VERDICT.
i
W
' u hinotok, December 1C-Ui ited!
bUt«fH District Attorney Woodford ...
w* .^halen-Sheridan case before'
! Judge Wallace this morning that th
plain till bad no cauNe for
also held that the suit w
?h7 B , ov«r: n t"rnZ'.:rr, t "«»i-" 1 !
in«, government indirectly but against
" .." * the title of
. Hheridan In
good,
ai ... ..um had
I then the case should go against Sheridan.
d und Reck with then
the validity of Hoyt's
II
h
mo jjwïOïuiiiBUl i n ll reell V
I Sheridan individually. If
1 Hoyt, who was put by Gen
charge of Kellouu plantation, w
then the action falls ; if the till«
■ Messrs. Woodfo
proceeded to arg
title.

. AMERICAN COAL FOR HW1TZER
1 LAND.
n, Dec. 16—The American
va has informed the I)e
eut of State tha* the first cargo of
; S SFE vSS£
I and Reading railroad company. The coal
of I waw l,> bave I »een te»ted at once in the
foundries and hotels I
Was n i not
C » 11*111 at < rt i
, I ,;
. . ,. , . J Geneva, anil
«l |OI| l'l Um re, «ult b« an favorable aa war.
all,i,:l !' a led, a large portion of the coal
' u ",, of 8vrt,a " r| aml will be
ui.iwn 1 r om Iliu l.ulb.il States.
ij 1 ® model »ifiicc-1,older is Hon. Geo.
./* r Minister to Italy. I
^ ! lib; is spared until March next lie w
. have served bis country faithfully |<
seventeen consecutive years in Rome and
will have extracted from the United
i Males Treasury the sum of $204,000 . a
statue of Marsh should be erected in
"! th< ; va ; : , aul ";i" are! * -> f w»nhii,K.o„ r „;
i l ' ,c * saoratlon ot common men of amhi
lion, who slip into office one year ami
are kicked out the neat.
1*. M
sh,
If his
if
!
UTILIZING ELECTRIC LIGHT. (
The ceitificate of the Incorporation of
the Brack Ivn (N. Y.' Electric Light Com- |
P*«. v hue been tiled in that city. The ob- >
ject of the company,which embraces h«*v- I
eral heavy capitalist*. in to manufacture •
alH | supply electricity for the purpose of t
illumination in Brooklyn and throughout
Long Island. Shelter Island ami Coney ,
I*l»od . Da c«plt.il Hlook 1" «,*»,000, ID |
A *» shares ol *100 each. 1 be eleetrio
l»Kht was.introduced on Saturday night |
U" 1 dry goods -tore ot Looser « < «» , j
Ä« Je. - |
Each light is of 2 (Mio catube jower. The'
whole apparatus was put in at a cost of i
*-'•«»■ *•"' if l * .«»timated that it will re
oh *e the cost of I gating the store
fourth of the coat oi gas at the present
rates.
Niimll l'arrrh In England.
The plan adopted in this country of
carrying smalt parce 's in the mails bus
been introduced in England by the rail
mod companies. I wei»ty-flve of them
bave arianged with each other on and
at er the first of January, 187W, to issue
railway stamps to the public of the de
nomination of fourpeuce and eightinuice,
which shall pay fr the can la«» of par
cels weighing t.o au J four pounds for
auy distance,
shortly after two o'clock, this af-er
noon, Thomas Nickerson and a .le
trucker became engaged iu a row at
Fourth and King streets and created
. Both were finally ar
r »' f ' , cil and taken to tlio police station.
Nfdgwlfk'i C oadlllon.
At noon to-day, George Sedgwick,
tbe unfortunate victim of hydrophobia,
f seemed to
rest easier. He was visited bv Drs..SUort
lulge, Draper, Bullock and Wales, who
car. fully examined bis ease, but found
no reason to alter tbe opinion that the
unfortunate man was sudenng from hy
drophobia.
more eitinfortable,
ROW AT FOUR 1 11 AND KING.
•y
quite
* b *l ro "Nneridan's Rirle" was
tènl'.T'J '"m? 1 whïln .. C « r « H
J»Jg" iïï"lu. »i'iitHry
*•"!«' Uen 8heri l.n (or the
seizure ol Ktlloua pl.ntallon »as wi'h
out authority oflaw. "If I be army bad
1 "'® U "»«'1 ' M lj »>=k up that order tt would
*i»ve been au armed mob," added tbe
.**Nevertheless, Mr. Sheridan,
. who, the Judge says, mu t be treated fu.
a private citizen tn this ease, will be af
, forded an opnoriiimty to show that tbe
,llau whom lie ordered to lie placed tn
| possessieu of Killona plantation was tbo
rttt * owner.—A 1 »m
I We learn from Washington thatUolo
I nel Lane, tbe Independent Congressman
elect from Alabama, lias been taken in
to lull communion at the White House
aul1 baa been given tbe dlspeusutton ot a
»uiall lot of Federal pairouage in bis
neighborhood. Tbe Colonel was a e-,i.
banded rebel and uuUI a abort time ago
was a roaring D.m era.. It Is this sort
,,f tl, ' ,1 ll which makes the cold chills play
hide-and-seek along the backbone of pa
"'«1" like Iltll Chandler .—Hall Uaittt..
...-....
ah "* nc « ut rac ® prejudice iu Europe w
a, ' agreeable
Am negroen have never constituted a
slave class iu civilized Europe, there han
fx?en nothing to excite race prejudice
• . , .. . r .. 1 J .
tlial c o ullnMD t, I nr as the neirro is con
* cerne«!- Therefore it |is not surprising
tliat in that respect European countries
friend, "far In advance of the United
Htates."—*V. Y. Sun.
j
to him, and in this
rpr
particular he thinks European countries
are far in advance of the United Stat«*s."
are, in the opinion of Grant's colored
of
as
HDUL'AUUXÆL.
jy^APLEWOOD INSTITUTE,
CONCORD VILLE, PA.
IkiyatflO per quarter; Olrls *43. «tu
«lenls prepared tor bust
vard 4\»lleae, I Irst-clas* Professors.
JOSEPH SHOUTLIDOK. A. M .,
I pal.
|
, Yale or Har
J>l»-wöiu
Prl
E8LEYAN FEMALE COLLEOE
Wi l.MlNOToN, lill. A W A UM.
I A t the opening of tlie Kail term. Mon
day, Sept. IH78, there will be a N E W
President, NEW furniture, NEW
throughout the building. NEW plan#.,,
the modern conveniences NEWLY lutro
duced to add to lin« roui tori of l
ladles both I
'W
•I*

•K
the p|| 111
and
riv
•i ult lids
OLD Prices.
ns the preNldeni,
REV. .1. M. WILLIAMS, A. M.
cata log
i
ICM
!
'P* 116 A •■*avi.X«h .i .
>
9 . MARK IT HTRKET,
•OKAI Kl» JANIMItr 21 t, U*>.
eeeive d« |>oMt* daily front 9 A
,1 Hat
iMCOi
Ol*
1 M. until
I urdav «•'
!
J*. M.,i
,|NgN f,
I
ï to H
l#M*k.
HKMI-ANMIAl. IHVJhENI),
id October.
W'tthd
ade 1
I •
iy
divid
Vt
ley
it«-#!
•»It*. 'J'hllM j
J«q
ï tl tlielr Interehl twice
npo
eh year.
t MANAUKKH.
Clement H x »*yfh, i G«*org« W. Bush,
1 ( ha». W. own «• | George H, Capelle,
Nuitian'l It. Benson,, M. L. UcheuNteiu,
: Henry K. Dure, « Edward DarllnglO'
W. HaMtlng», I Joh H. Jackson,
Edward i'usey, | Wm. H. Hwllt,
Anthony Higglim.
UEO. W. HUH1I,
;
F resident,
i GKO. H. CAPELLE, Vice President.
febSl v K.T. TAYLOR. TreaMuror
I?
i
1K8T NATION AD HAN«
OF WILMINGTON.
Kkpobitory or th* Public Monktb
! financial agknt« »»m •.«
TED STATES.
EDWARD BETTS, PHBeinxifT.
GKO. I). ARMSTRONG, Camhikh
«000,000.
Philadelphia and New York Exchange fur
nished to regular DepcatlUirs without charge.
Paid up Oaplful«
Discount days, Moucktysand Thuradaya
at 10 A. M.
DIRECTORS
Olemeni R. Smyth,
lflra«d Puney,
Henry H. McConh,
Daniel James,
George W. Bush,
Garrett,
Ham *1 Bancroft, Jr
William Talnall,
Ben» rn r
Ell
Kd wan
Fashionable Furniture I
J. & J- N. HARMAN
I
be
flw. * IO king Ntreet,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
^ We respectfully Infarrr. the eitl"
a- sea* of Wilmington, vid the surj
rounding country thr i we continue
!*U, in am, facture and K««ep on hand
lar*e and long eHtabllnhed ware
r»M»ms, Furniture of ev«*ry variety aud
style, consisting of Mah«>gany Rosewood
and Walnut Furniture suitable for parlor,
d.aning-room and chaml>er usee.
Our assortment of Furniture Is larger an J
more varied than can he found In Delaware,
and all articles sold at our establishment
are warranted as represented.
VenlI Ian Blinds of the most fashionable
design* made to order and kept constantly
on hand. We also manufacture and oou
«tam.lv keep a large a«s«,rtmenl of Hprln
Hair, Moss and Huak Mallr«*H«a
J.4J.N. HARMAN
a
„;
at ou r
if
(
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>
Crosby & Hill
Iteapecifuiiy annnunoe that, In ad
dition to a
Large & Attractive Stock
—OF—
Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods,
Which they are offering at
Extremely \m] Prices,
They are now ahowlnz a largo assort -
in ml 01
Toys, Dolls,
Japanese
Goods,
Glove Boxes,
Handkerchief
Boxes,
Cabinets,
Jewel Cases,
PtRFUMtRY, &.C &c
Also a large assortment of Fancy Hand,
kerchiefs ln Milk, I.awn and Linen, as well
mens«« stock of hemmed and hem
med-Klllch«wl Einen Hamlkerchieft for la
dles, gentlemen and children, In and out
of fancy boxes.
•F* A 11 or the above are being offered at
their usual Low Cash prl
and retail.
as an i
I, wholesale
Crosby & Hill,
Are offering special bargains In
LADIES' CLOAKS!
Wnlcti have Just been
iark««#l down to
Also, special bargain* iu
l>anmsk Towels
-AT—
121, 20 AND
25 CENTS.
VERY SPECIAL!
A White Shaker Flannel
-AT
Cents.
Which every person ahould see.
We have a large variety of
HOLIDAY GOODS
Whleh euatomere should see early before
the aeeortmeut Is broken
CROSBY & HILL.
320 and *222 Markit Street,
W1LMIN GTON/jDBL.
I
J
!Ii
swann
Mmsag
~n ujji Alte rs!
in t-onyrett: and mvtall*\ an ^ hepruntt.
ti.
I
I
0pp<
Pi
. irutsufii
1
1
nhtnin
J»r Inventur», in the (Jn>•
rniurxd rn'
Il M hingt
nt Office, 1
c*»urith rjrrntrr
Mn I » r>thf*j,Ql, „(
I WaAluHQhtn, n
id furl
of charge, au
'in and I'ntentoiiMi m
l*/'* obtaiTut'j I
■t j
i. u
r *
f\n
rf,
/V
I
Va;
llu
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A • h
'lining
atfI
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ary cmminnti
'ahVJg, frrt
mti
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t trm\, an I
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I
hiiaii,
14 7
*e to the ti-T'
/».«.; the A*.
<f Jtauiih l.epêtion», ai fimlnnr
n>h l'abri/ late Chief Juftict C. .V (
Ihr m.-trJe o/the r. s. Pniru Office, amh,
and McuUh ,» qf IXtngrtuJrtmixery blur
Add »
Vonk, KVm h
Il N »
I.O|INIUtiUKB«(f.,»|
U) PvUrw* and Attorney « al Lm, LelM—*-*
xtngun. II. C.
T0T1L USIUEICE S.HIJt RlUTILL
UPEIS.
There is a curiout story «''out «one n;
trines whidi are extensiv -Iv advertised nc
clays, and hâve only
the marke:.
pol
Pr. CJnd
II. ilieweJJkn
er of Crotf -, I* * dud in i
go"
f hih heirs r . »
i< h exlcemc k
g t«> allow the -
by no! I cr r
ihs
1
VI
lh
wil
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h ind t
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nf
of it h. de r
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th»
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h-v
c>ldc.,t »
tlder.J ''j q .
hands «-f tVo
Ur. '•
house .1
A*et iu.
**k« f -
The above
this i
add ft»
c par
neither dru t'vY,
d me
has been ripened
fa* medicinal o c
sed. R c
btair .d fr » a
unsurpi
of the
United Scat«», ai
Midarsigned. who
pamphlet, fra« cfaharp*
Reajiectfully, «(•••
leading Dru^gi
,d at whole^•a'.'? t * ni
wiil forward de«cnpu
•; P llCÄ,lu0 *
H. K. & F. B. TH'JRBER 1 W.
inJ huix* Strt
Wit Broadway, Read*
.Y »r
N
nfr.
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0
2
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m
J FOR BOYS.
ufSamlW. MijrphyA.M.
PRINCIP^^
W INTER TKlD
Will coinmencon
Monday, December 2a
nov27-tf
IjfFBICBOr
pebbin*
CKLKbKATKl)
LEA. &
Oetjile
man st Msdn*
u. w« b , ro,i, 5 r a ;
Woro<*wri- Mll >'
1HBI. *'T« I ,J'ÏÏ
Perrins tb ft
Pron«»unoe i l by
Connoisseur*
to be the
Onlt Good,
IF
dm my
Sadce,"
And applloabl. I
to «Yury Y.rlelvj
ofDIHH. -
WOECESTEESHIHE !»»
saUCK.
'""•'ïXÏÏT«
i.m jib
9 bless
luad» 5 -"
Htgnature on every
JOHN IlUNOAN'« «'^®»,,
Colle*. PIM», »«d 1 Dnl j?, w q yerS.

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