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O. P.Josssos, EDITOB an.
Tei daily Uaiitte in published every
afternoon (Sunday exoepted,) at 416 Marke
Street, and served by carrier» U» »ubscrl ber»
In all oart* of the city and «urroundlug
town* and vlilAne», for six oents a woek,
payable weekly. Yearly sub»crit>ers, «3 In
advance.
Thi Dilavakr Uaiittk, eNtabll»hed
J> 1784, hi the largest and most nourishing
>«®kty paper Lu the HLale, atul has a larger
Iron iHih»r man any other on the Penlnsu ia
Pabllshtd every Thursday after noon, al «V
per y ear. In advance.
DKCKMHElUil IH7W
Tiiic Transcript is partly rt|;ht. We
plead guilty to overlooking Middletown ;
but it was entirely unintentional,
one of the most beautiful and popular
towns in the State, and not only deserves
a new post office, but all the praise that
its newspaper bestows upou it.
Tiik big boys at Washington have
gone into tbe holiday business until the
7th of January. Our schools have not
yet fixed upon the time for their holi
days. Tbe poor business people here toil
on without any holiday save Christmas.
However, there has been greater progress
made this year than before in the duties
of Congress, and we hope they will be in
good trim when they reconvene to go on
with the public work with as little talk
for buncombe as possible.
It Is
Ex-Go tern or Bullock, of Georgia,
who won some distinction as a carpet
bagger some years ago, says that the
colored people in that state now vote the
Democratic ticket when they vote at all,
and enjoy equal rights with the whites.
In Delaware they won't vote the Demo
cratic ticket because the Democra's do
not pay their taxes, since by doing so
they would stand a good chance to be
brought before the U. S. Court under tbe
Enforcement Law, with perhajis a ma
jority of the jury of negroes to try the
case.
If the Enforcement Law were ro
pealed we have no doubt the Democrat»
would compete wi ll the Republicans fur
negro votes through the payment of tlie
negroes' taxes. Notwithstanding Demo
crats have been heard to say they
xild
vote the negroes now if they wished to
do so, and party rules would admit of it.
1 11 K I'liilailclpliia Times claims to be
an indeuendeut news]>aper, and
fore fopy the following from its editorial
coli.mns. It will he
government gold to I
e there
*en tliat it charges
.f.din Sheriuau with doing just what the
Gazette in
all along asserted he was
guilty of.
If he has tkusused the public
money to foster his favorite hanks, he Iias
HO doubt used the
enable the brokers to speculate i
deeply :
it a
"Mr. H«'Witt suci
getting into tlie U
the fact Lo which Lhe Ji
•led yesterday in
viotuil Jiecord
* alrcatlv haa
ealled attention, that 8«*erHary Sherman
1.»» k,',.l lii-jMjsit. fur J.,i,U,",*.t
in the First National Rank ol New York, |
a halance averafiin* over thiriy millions
uf ill.liars. Tills Is shown hy II..- Serre- 1
tarj s reply to a of h^,,^ |
«»red bank lias been ;oj bi^i, ^ j
forty-live millions at
cur«* tills enormous mi
mill.«
,jr,
from the Iluu:
in this f.
•-1
ss than three
t bonds are
! tunc. 1
in United St at
pledged with the Treasi
With a bank of hull a miilit
'
•. and thi:
capital.—
bank, of cours**, p,y 8 nothing to the !
I'mt« d .States for thi» deposit, but
dred thousand dollais a month
a rnoileiale estimate of tbe profi » derived
from its use. D i» not wonderful that
Congre-» should wish to inquire into this
mi nt .„nils' 1
■S at*. Rank, the withdrawal of which, |
hy (.encrai Jackson, turned thu whole
country upside down, was hut ten mil- c
ÂÂÆIÂ l zï
"special loan dejmsitorics," the nr.-ater j
fiart with a single hank. This is a peril
ous power to leave with any man.'' |
hun- i
ould be i
business.
Tub City Tbeasiby Mi ddi.e.—
The sharp letter of the Finance <
mittee of the City Council to that body.
as a rejKjrt upon the letter of City Treasu
rer Vincent, has given t,l
shock.
latter quite
It was not generally known that
the City Treasurer really handled so lit
.
tie
money as $2,0(8) jh.t aiiuum j nor was
nderstiKul by citizens generally tliat
ail money paid out by the City T
it
was paid with orders drawn upon a hank !
signed first hy buth th«; President and
tite Clerk of the Council and then hv the
C ; tyTre.ur,,; yet this Is a fact, L ^
who have received money know. We
think this information isquite iinjiortant
and we reproduce here the iiara.'ranhs
'»'V.u.o—Uii,
say, for general information :
'•Your committee would state for gem*r
al information that th«* bulk #f th*. city's
ey m depohited in bank by the tax
sinl'idv°ree,d ..teil "l. 1 ,V il Y} 11,1,1
hut.tr * and ii'pmlou.fn 1&ÄÄ
and each check or draft must iiav,* tn.*
Mgnatur.- „film President of City Conn
d Clerk of Council, and also the
Very little money m
through the hands of
rcasunr
City T
ac-tmil
11 I
the ( i> 1
ly ih*'
*nt ot city
' by th.: Clerk of ib«
ouut* from ihc
g D partmem, the whole not
SEX'

all a
Surve in,
exe«*e«iiii^ $;
"As tin I'm
IIIIUOI.
•k ho doe. not want
him, i of dough I
a hell ni i
nffioe.yui
that the |
his
: t •
aid r«*co
T
ntant,
» Clerk, h«; abolished, am!
lomy ami
renehiiHuir, is r!m i.ara
omit «July an«l object «»f tin* inajorby
•lie present (Jouneii.we hope that will
«', and $720 per annum *>av
ity• I is the opinion of many
be City Treasurer will devote J«_... _
o writing lengthy communications,"!
«vote more to the practical duties of his
, he will have uu need ot an uasiat
te. «1
cd to th«;
that if
time
it.
We have no acquaintance with the
ewly-elected Clerk to tlie City Treasu
ir, having never met him. It will be
ggatifyihg, l**vevér, d|r ,it^1o
lähfrii that atoc»* the Ifêl^lratloii^P th«*
l Re P ubli S i *"&!• %*
men changes made in the manner of
doing business in the Civ Treasurer's
Ä ..il .I« ,
office as to preclude anything approach
ing Tweedism here, and for this iufor
mation we crtalnlyjfecl deeply indebted
. 1 . *
to Lilt* r lnance Committee, Messrs. Guth
:
rin and liai t ; for we might not always
bave a City Treasurer so scrupulously
just as at present,
must express the hope tliat tills matter
may yet be amicably arranged.
In conclusion ac
Paying in Scrip.—I t »oem» to b«*
novel that so great a corporation as tlie
l'hlladelph'a and Heading Railroad, that
a few years ago w as considered
mensely wealthy should have been
im
n*duc<îd that it has not been able to pay
its employees, and now is compelled to
pay them in scrip, yet this announce
ment wa
made yesterday. And even
this mode of payment has ^iven great
joy to the thousands of laboring em
ployees, firemen and engineers that are
required upon the road. It is not long
since tliis corporal ion went Into tbe
market, under the direction of its I*resi
dent, and expended many millions of
dollars in coal lands at the exorbitant
price of one thousand dollars an acre.—
These purchases were made to keep other
paities from securing the coal fields and
opening up rival roads. The debt thus
incurred of some nineteen millions of
dollais, added to debts already upon the
corjioration, increased the interest ac
count, and, together with the change in
the times and tlie fall in the price of
coal, rendered the road unable to meet
its liabilities with promptness, and thus
the once supposed rich and opulent
road, that with an iron hand crushed out
all opposition ; our Wilmington and
Heading, as well as others, finds itself
too poor to meet even it* daily outlay of
running expenses. A little over one year
ago its stock which was selling readily in
the market for $04 a share, will not now
bring more than $12.50.
the chief source upou which this road re
ih» for its support, is one of the actual
Goal, which is
necessaries of life; and yet every effort
to monopolize the carrying trade thereof,
so that the price of the article could be
increased to such an extent a» n
permit
a rate for freight, sufficient to make the
road pay, has failed, and it has been
?sort to the issue of scrip
lo iu laborers. It is not a pleasant thing
to contemplate ; and it is little wonder
that so many merchants, manufacturers
und business men have been compelled
10 ** 0 uu ^ er » "hen the hard times
such a change in such immense
compelled to
fork
concerns
as tin; Philadelphia and Heading Railroad
Company.
n«i „ ... v , .
NMi.lurial .. als in
tht ' h ales of N,mh Carolina, ComracU
ou '> 111
Inleresling nwinu lo the fact llukt se.er.l
eanilhlaU-, are in the Mü m each of the
named, iu North Carolina there
.Seeking ^anatojual Cijaik*.—T he
. Wisconsin, ai.d Aikausasis
ajip«als til he little doubt of the election
ot Kx-Govt-rnor Vance lo the
••a' now
occupied by «Mr. Merrimon. Th* latter is
making a b
«I light to retail
*on nut without avail.
R* W. Jol
^ »""■''''*•>1' f f th. Confederate
öel,al<! ' a,lJ wi,T, * , I m CongroM before the
war * 'ihe St. Louis Jtcpublican con
c iude. that Mr. Walker's chance* aie hv
Matt ^ ar l'c , 'h ! r 1 . !" the field, but
llle chances considerably against him.
General Ikigan » ill probably he returned
from Illinois. The indications 111 Con
necticut are that General il aw ley will be
*nl to the Senate as tbe
J o«ses
in Aikam
the
choice Is said to
be between Mr. J.D.
Walker, an emiuem lawyer of tbe north
western pari of th«* »Stale, and Colonel
of Little Rock.
>n
The
with
s
successor of
benato]- liai hum.
From It'a.IiluKlua.
Humored Bargain Hit ween the India nu
Salionals and ItepublicaiLs to llejtal
Voorlute.
W'AhiiiMiTON, December 20.—A re
port has readied here from Indiana to the
«{ffect that the Indiana Nationals have
,orme<i a combination with the Republi
where , by ,l i'' ltüV - Helamatyr, Con
oi V oorhees. The term* of the bargain
are «tiither said to include the organiza
d 011 o* the .State Senate for the Nationals
":t,:ïïïs:,':
elevation of Delamatyi. This bargain
wo,l ^l give the Republicans control of
th»* delegation and prevent tin* proposed
reap|M>rtionm«;nt of the Wate. T|. e
s, ory of this bargain, howev.-r
rf'?! | , '>-. . .^««tera
' ' Cliairnian ilcwces, ol tlie National
J Sxecutlv,! CoimuiU
k»' 1 Colonel Lee
I ary, says : "1 am i
is dis
»*, ha.*» not heard of
Crandall, his .Sei rc
i const ant cor
'
*. 8 ]lOU
with Mr. Delatuatyre, and, if .»ucli
a thing is conti-iuplatcd i have not heard
a word of it, nor do 1 believe it, fbr i
know Mr. Dolumalyr and he is not a
trading man. 1 «lo not think, either, he
*uul«l give up his seat in the House
V\as elected as a National. He will <•
as a National ami lie
tional, ami J tlon't believe
Jl 1!
de
. lie
ill volt* ;
a «N a
>rd of it.
«; likely that Mr. Dclamatyr is
working to secure the <;lection of ,J;
liiieliaiian to succeed Vis.rheea.Bocl.anan
m his warm friend and J»e would lik«*t«>
see liim elected."
a
moi
•*s
Concert at Yew Castle.
On Christmas Eve, l'rof. Aarink.cn of
this city, will give u grand concert in the
Court House at New Castle. Ue will
he assisied hy a number of ladies ai d
gen:lemcn, who are tirst-class vocalists
and musicians.
1
j È TU K-MpEE (£ CORN.
! *'Mo," îht* l»$în'.Mf faràter r«*tnark»*«l, in
iSZtK&KM'TPi
, »lie use ? Corn only thirty cento. Every
! * K,|| > au<l everything', dead set again the
i tanner. Only thirty cent* for corn!
Why, by sum, it won't pay our tax.-»,
I let "'one buy us clothes It won't burn»
i CoÄv 'tMrtv "ùT I, .ÎÜ®
corn oni\ th[rt> cent». it* a
«vin , «udti-hiooiituj »windle on the farm
er, that's what It in. It ai ut worth raidin'
corn for mich a price a* that. It'* a mean
low robhery." Wir hin tk« next ten day«
that mau hail hold so much more of hl»
corn than he had intended, that he found
he h;id to buy corn to feed through the
winter with. The price nearly knocked
him down. " What .'!!" lie yelh-d, "thirty
cents for corn ! Laud alive —thirty cents !
\V bar are you givin' in* ? Why 1 don't
want to buy your farm, 1 only want «orne
corn ! Thirty cent» iorcor«.! Why. 11
believe there'» nobody left in thi» world
hut a »et of grappin', hlood-HUckin' obi
mi»eiN. Why, good land,you don't want
to he able to buy a national hank with
one corn crop ! Thirty cent* tor corn !.
Well I'll let my cattle an' home« run «»»»
corn »talk» all w inter before i ll pay any
Huch an unheard of ouiragttou» pri«;« for
that. Why, the country'» Hood
ed with corn, and thirty cent» a bushel 1 »
a blamed robbery au' I don't »ee how any
man, lookin'at the crop we've Lad, can
have the face toask »uch a price."— Kt
change.
electHn h»ht
esse was rrsumedymÄ
adjournment Mr. Russell, the nominal
objector, tiled certain declarations which
corn
The (onteil ever Fill »on*« Elec
tric Eight l*nfcut.
London, December 21.—The private
hearing of Edi»on'»
r«*p!i* d to by counter declaralious
«• behalf of Edison. The fchdicitor
We
on the
General yesterday decided that Edison
should b«- allowed to proceed with his
application, and Mr. Hus»ell was cast in
co»'». It I» expected that Edison's patent
will 1»« sealed in a few days unie»» further
opposition i» offered.
AMUSEMENTS.
'Let Me Take V our Life!'
'There's Millions in It.'
Grraiicl 0]Mu*it llouge.
ON* NIOIIT ONLY.
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER23d.
The Eminent American Comedian,
croTxusr t. -■
JrC/ATTvroTS]- 1 j
HupjMirted by his own superb Dramatic
wul ss Pk M BEHTON
PEMBROKE, the Insurance Agent. In
Bartley (Tampball'a
ComwJy aucc*ss,
I8KB
Or lVM Ri: VOI R LIFE.
This play ha« been pronounce«! by the
eveu «uperlor lo hi« lamouN Oil.
erlt
Mel 1er«.
Re»erv«sl «oui«, 75 cent», for sale at C. F.
A Co'».
Th.
declUt
m charlotte
I I I __ __ _ _ HI
■ f T fur n (1 A 11 I
l HOMPSOJj
ha M T. JACK, Manager
RAND OPERA HOUmK.
G
CHRISTMAS NIGHT.
Engagement of the celebrated artiste
Supported by her efficieunt an«l complete
DBAMATIC GOM'Y,
In ShrrMi.il Knowles Five Act Drama
of mt«..»« interest, entmist the
HUNCHBACK
JULIA.Miss CiiARj.oTTK Thompson
AdrnlsMlon, 35 and JYi cent* : r«-«**rvr*d
jh, 7 .» ceiiu, to be Dad at C. f . Thoma»
A Co's. .1 i|)tys m ad vam*-._ilwlS-tt
Russell &. Northrop
306 Market Street.
Attractive display of
HOLIDAY GOODS
We proiH>«eto make thi* the popular re.
of Holiday Gcmxi*.
sort for buy
Every department
offer« attraction« to lho«e looking for
r establishment
Christinas Gifts
Adapted to every a»?e, sex, or condition of
llle.
Our reputation of last year for bel» g the
failing house 1 » Wilmington for Holiday
Good*, will be lully «u«talned this
We wish you all a
season.
'MERK! CHRISTMAS,'
RUSSELL & NORTHROP.
GREETING!
The D.pnrtment* nntnpd below
been very largely HdJed p>, wlin
reference to our
bave
e«p«clai
Christmas Trade,
44
and
line _
fliif-Hi good» to be found.
We eilend Liall who are looking ■ cor
dial In vitation to come and look over them
as we believe they will he amply rapaid.
*pre*ent a
f Noveilien,
very attractive and obeap
" *» M well a« «orne of Uie
Handkerchiefs & Gloves,
Shawls St Wraps*
Silk & Cotton Umbrellas.
DOS I EH Y and .VOTIONS,
UA IS and II VOS,
VPUOLSTEH Y OOODS,
C Altai AO E HOBES * BEANKETS,
SILKS and DKESS OOODS,
LINENS and QUILTS,
JAPANESE l'ltOl) UCTIONS.
We have «pareil no effort I
t , the endeav
place before our tra«le, good* of in.
liiUNlc value, alUiough very low in price.
G. Worrell,
820 and 822 Market St.,
MASONIC TEMPLE.
*
Nfc*£ h *
' Detection or Horse Tom«
dtciv-wv
VroFlCB.'TTh. T.t.lh
Jij 0 f ,j ie ytuckhoidar« «»r in«*
ftall Company of Wilmington. D«l., will
b*held*n Fll'DA Y, Uit> 2Uh day of Do
cembar, 197ft. at 2 o'clock, p. mfor the
i purpose of electing a Freméeni, Vio.»
I rrmiAenl, Tn*H»urer and nine Director«,to
* Mr * e Uiaanaulng ye»r.
i deci 7 -eodtm
I XT OTICK TO KKAL EHTATE UW.N
li ► KH .—Tho*e who «ell or traunfer
K«tl Ks'ate, and do not wish to pay tue
i *** '"[I 1 * ohllg* the undenilgned by
^ KDUUlll) PKOVOHT
WlhUAM KYNK, '
city Asseanora.
Ortlce, Ifo. 10 , E. Hlxth Ht., hetw
Market and K Ing. Hon
'* lo * And T to 8 p. m.
4,
vraiLK
'i
imat
i
g of the
tor the
«I ihc Kecov
ery of Minien Prop rty, will b>-held at the
Lyceum House, lu New uardou iown«hip,
Hatunlay , Dec. v», 1R78. at 12 o'clock, ui.
T. L. J. it A LI) WIN,
Seo etarv.
i'ii
Annual meeting
J. 1*. AlLMONI),
Secretary.
,8 a. m , to 12 m,
dacik 2 w
I N LECTION NOTICE.
J lifiojf National Hank or >
WlLMlIfGTON, Dec. 14. Itf78. %
The annual election for nine Director»,
will be held at the banking h<>u»e, on Tue»,
«lay. the Fourteenth day of January, 187»,
tielwee tlie hour» of two and four o'clock,
In llieafteruoon. JOHN PKOPLKH
decl4-eodt«i Ca«bler.
E lection notice.
National Bank or Wilmizvo
TON AND BraNOTWINK,
wilmli giou. Del., Dec. 14. IK7S.
Notice la hereby given that an election
5 ÿ
; bnursof i and 4 o'clock, i>. m, for tbe pur.
po«. of electing ntue (k) Directors to serve
I theeusuing year. E i»CK,
decu-tmo Cashier.
I Tlectiom NOTICE
'j Thk National Hawk or Dii,< >
AWAKE, AT WlLKIKUTOn, Dec. 14, TS. j
Notice IS hereby given to Uie (stockhold
ers of this I os' lltitlon, that an .lection will
tie held st tbe banking house, ou TqrUkt
Jitnuttry 14, |KI*, between tbe hours or two
and lour o'clock, p m.,for the purpose of
electing seven Directors, to servo for Ute
et suing yoar.
decl4-te
the
I lie
H. 11. E Whan km.
Cashier.
FILecTJON NOTICE.
Ij Fikht National Bank of
Wilmington,
Wilmington. Del.. Dec. 14, 1878.
Notice 1 « hereby given that Uie anr._
meeting of the etoefeholders of the bank
will be held at Uie banking houne, en Tim
day, uie 14th day of January, 1H70 belw
the hours or 2 and 4 o'clock, p. ni., for the
purpose oi electing nine Htocklioldsrs, to
sesvc as Directors tlie ensuing year.
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG.
dMlI-ta
ual
KT oritK—By virtue oi an Act of the
11 (jeueral Assembly pa*s«d «I iHiver
Feb. jj, 1877, I hereby five not!cc to hold'
ers«,f Delaware Male bond«, that I «hall
attend at ilia Philadelphia National Bank
In the city of Philadelphia, during tlie
hiulnes* hours of that hank, on ibe three
fir«t secular day« of January. 187», prepar
ed to redeem and pay off ail the Ixii.ds
fr«mi No. 1*2 Ut 215. b«,th Inclusive of U.e
denomination of «.ne th«»usand dollar»
each, «.f the l»«ue of the bond* «.f the State
ol Delaware, under date of Jan. I, DM
Ai d from and after the «aid Jan 1st, 187»
the luier«*st on «aid bond« will cea*e. '
, -, TW*lîj B. GiLEs, State Treas.
Office of late Treas., Dover, Nov. l
''•t-2tawt|»y '
N otice-to water rkntkkm.
Om«:» w a raw Dar aktuint >
WILMINGTON. DBL., Dec loth. 187». \
1 he hill» for DT» are now r«mly aid |>ay
f'de at the registrar'« office, No. PM) Mar
ket «reel. The law require« that all bill«
paid «m «»r before January Slsi, ]»T0, the
»«re of Uie bill ; those paid d
-u»
AI.rchlen per cent, ml.imonul, untl
1 M 1 IH.M rail, r April |.l,
liff -. .
Ing ihe
per cent adol
<1 null ln«Utut«»l for
ihe aruoutit due, m ,,1 u lt .
be let I um «uoti premUen
AT", Wlltl liHSkhs
ot
until
S J for drawing ferrul
hoar», » a oi n> 4 p m .
<l*cll-*od-jan,feb,e«Ml
•h
ein« and
• paid. Office
W. J. MORROW,
Registrar.
FUBL1C SALES'.
S Al.hf OF TOWN.
The Hub«crii
«HI at Public Nale.
Lion, Ka«t Mai H«trough,
C'be«t«*r county, |*a., 4ÊtSStt2£*
MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1878,
At 1 o'clock, P. M
forty head of fuehh cown
HPRINGKRH. ami YOUNG BULLI? *
Also a lot of EWE
her* will
rn Red
with LAMBS:
Webb A. Nlcbnia. AnoUoiiflor.
PUBLIC' HAIaE :
Will be «old at Public Hal«*.
January 13Ui, hfl», at a o'clock, n m..,
the lircmlsc», the larui of d.e lat« Hots
Hu «banus. »ituatcii lnChrl.tluoanuudred
near rbomp»on'» bridge, on the Brandy,
wine, above Rockland, about « mile from
on the wTii! %' 1 K from MW " IJO '" "<*Mini,
Tub farm I» well baiatcd. Iielng
iBiil Ui «clinol«. mills,
worship, and coulai n
ion ACKEH,
20 .r w.lch I» w.KKlland, the remainder be
^ 1 » 7 . e t ".f, U L t, . Vat * d , Tü " hulldibgn
consist «>f a two. «tory «ton., mansion. *
Uinant hou»e, a good »lone and frame barn
, wl < 11 *n*bdng for 10 iieiul of cuttle and «
n!îî?ïf' carr| a.e house, and other ouu
-oE d i" g "' A 1 "° Ä" "»cedent «prlng houM,
with a never-tailing »prlng. The farm I.
nnv«^»"'* a .iT lth <> f water, which
never rail, lhere I» also a large »nul,,
orchard, pare« and other fruit * 1
nf < Eâ!ë ,lt sj ""™ 1 . 1 00 "'"d" known on day
of »ale. Mo poalpom nient on accoantof
s , D 6 Mh . WlR'-lAM L. Wll.HON,
S. U. Htrarpley, A net. deo20-atil*2tw
Monday,
/ !
conven
au.i hou«« ■ of public
WM. B. SHARP,
4th AMI> Ht It It nr STS.
NEW DRESS GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICKS.
Col'd St Black SUks.
Direct from Uie importer.
C 10 THS L CASSIMERES.
Toe largent »took
nave ever offered.
Also a full lin* of
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
From 25cis to f J.oo
per yard,
WM. B. SHARP,
4tli AND MARK MX KTs.
FINE FURNITURE
W. tk D, McElwee,
Offer for .«le, a ia rK( , C a rolully , elt . cu
ed stock of
NEW & SECOND-HAND
* UU1VITLUE,
At their atore,
So. SOI Tatnwll
Nlreel.
Goods will he »old to
OOIS-SIU
«ult pur.lias.r«.
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W. M. Kennard k Co.
Wo. «»1 Market Miroct,
Wilmington, Del.,
IMPORTER»
—OF—
GUINET BLACK SILKS
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,
There I« nothing more appropriate than a
black Milk Dress ot tbe above reliable
make.
KID GLOVES
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
All contemplating the purchase *r Khl
Gloves, a« preannu to friend«, «hould be
sure to «ecure'be acknowledged standard
of me world-ihe
Trefougbe I
TrefouHNe I
VMnM
. Trefouwe A Co. were adiudg
ed iwo gold r«e«?aU at the Pan« Expo*l
tlon—the highest honors awarded any
manufacturer. *
Also tiur eleg.nl Kreuch Kill Glove*, in
■11 abwtlMi »utl siitw. '
2 Batton, -
S ....
t *• UanU «le Huede,
r s 4 . ^ Cantor Buck - -lie
La»lle»' lined fur-(op,dog »kin sieves,ftl 75
u NOTE.-We sell noue but FreuskKld
• 1 25
1 M
1 as
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Every description of
Fleecy-Lined Olovcw.
Fleecy-Line«l Glove*.
Fleecy-Lined Gloves.
At Low Prims.
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Wahave au unusually choice asiortascnt
<»r
POCKET HOOKS.
POCKET BOOKS.
POCKET BOOKS.
A ' , ih^HTTt ra 7 U '.r* * ood * Pflnolp*»! y «or
the Holidays, they are new a«<l freak
at prim* from 12 * eta to «2 5 ^
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
We have Celluloid
BRUSHES & COMBS!
In White, UI
and Card Inal, alto afin*
Hue of olh*r qualm««.
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
rj-r..te? ut, . fu L a *"* rtInflnt of Ladle«' and
Genflern.n « Fancy Murder«.! and While
item-«lit«fh«d Handkerchief«.
_,Tï f î Dcin-stliched Haudker.
chief« for h^cotiu wo have «*ver
e hut all.linen good«.
ofnrad.
a** We sell n.
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Ties and Scarfs
1
77 ES A N J) SC A !{ ES,
TIES AND SC Ah ES.
Women, rauiirn I ami new style« of kpan
l«li. Out pure .'Ilk. K m hrold.rml
and Lace fl«j» and Hearts, i he«e are en
tirely new.
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Embroidered doth table
each ; former prie«' $3 flo.
iMano oiivt)
cover«, »2.50
at M uo : former price «s o«.
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Ladiet' and Genf»' Silk Handkn thi, fn
La.M and W Silk
JAiiUc* awl bents' Silk lhmdktrcKiïjê. I
Ladtu' and Cents' silk Umdktrthisfi.
in twilled, hrooadiftl and l>andana,
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESKF fT8.
/». , a ». * 1
the L mhrella Department.
The Umbrella Department.
ÏÏ,
the umbrella Department.
Hh.iw ft «ftynldcent collection of «ood«
aeleeusl especially lor Uie holiday Iratie
Silk CmkrElts.
Silk UtrtbrSUtM
Sitk UmbrduZ.
With natural wood, born, p*arl and ivory
hnndles.
A Ipaca 1 1 mbrellas.
Alpaca Umbrellas.
Alpaea Umbrellas.
From $2.00 to $3.50.
An Immen««* mIock of colUm and giagham
Orel la« (ram $ 1.00 to ® 2 .#o.
FOR OÜRISTM 2 YS PRESBNTS.
We have a large stock or
DHK 8 N tiOODM.
IlllKSS 0001)9.
lHlESS 0001)8.
At 12«, n, so, U.Vt. Mn.eu, Uan«7i.M.
Among them will b. round »nine or the
lireuteet Bargains ever planed on ■ rvUll
oanater,
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
A
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LADIES' COATS.
LADIES' COATS'.
LADIES' COATS.
We will take advantage of this period to
closeout our .look or Ladle.' coale. auu
many NICE PBKBENTH maybe fiand
In mi» department, without a great outlay
of mouey.
FOR CHRISTMAS l'KE8KNT8.
Weuuve len one eaae .1 BLANKR'i'S oat
of a purclra«« of nve eaaee or MO pair»,
Which we will close oulal wholesale p» lo««*
Also, beautifully e n broidereu "BaBY"
UlauketM and Marseille« (füllte. A m*r*
acceptable prônent, lu many oa**« «ould
not be given.
»«rWe have not «par* to mention hun
dr«Ni« of oilu r article« well worUiy the
early attention of ladle« desiring choice
and UHeful k««m1n f«»r holiday pre«em« at
prices pi « onformlty to the time«.
j
W* M. Kennard & Co»
No. 621 Market St.
l
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Ft
d<Mjr* below H*venth 8 t. west sld*.
Wilmington. Del.
4e«l« dtf
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! T^H WAl.ir
IT ty. Apply ui
rOUVSALB.
.. nmt.cinHH a i, u Pru
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su.
! t 1 'üh.? ^Mïïünx'r;
! nlv to ' 610.0 1 ,,«' ,,
Allmnnd*» Building 1 8 th N * , ui <i J ux
decig.eocUt '"«.»ui a MargHiK
Ullil
Ap.
F OR KBN, '
U.eiia.„w,KTwu I *'" ,,r y
r °4 Us | t
I flOtt RENT—The
room of the 1el(w r "nn U itnin!' ry ,r »"t
•orner of Third and Mark, t l »•
I»rea,iy furnished andîttifiwïîT? '.
--„frc.toth.p.Äo.Ä^
Clerk of cit y r ,'„jJ*,
It io
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a
p»n nu.i:.
e! 2 a ï wS aï P*ss
»JH*!»— 'resist
». « ii.4Mni.En
»»—4 KlngM
■ ev'25-lia*
Four building iou at^« , *^ e *
and JaekNon »trvei«.
Haveln* ,n Jack * ,n toweeo S
'hÄu .Ä* lWe * n VM B " rt "
2 " }°ts adjolsln. »ml
Wve Iou »I H.
«Aiv.rlog Avenue.
AVenUP »«»<*■
K V T o*Ä[b , . , l?er' , '' nl *
R. corner Froii
I
HilUi artd
And
north oftheatavt
corner Harrlh-nj
u
and
THOM AM R. LALLT
Real Kmat* Agent,
«02 Market »tree».
dM 2 §.tr
F or ha dr.
A BUrre Property with ij , crM 0 ,
SÏ**iSyaî brick dwelling houle anil
out-building.. Price fti, 6 (jn. a
A pply to ETaNH PKNNINUTOÎ?
°*Gf. Eighth and Market sti.
<1(1,4:
improved num
of l(0 »cr«t,ln wiilteCl.y Cr«, üuti
«ir«*d. a II enclosed lu UHas* Hedae. Ui
vlded Into five field«. Larva apple or
•hard in full bearing. Public school *]!
jclning the farm. Building«-Large Mas
sion, Double Tenant House, Barn, uraosrv
and all other building« neo*-**ary on «
fr"'« •lAtlon oil
P. W. A 11 R, R. Onl rally looaleti, ,
■illM from Wllmlngioit. Apnlvio
JNU.W. WH1TKMAN.
R«i»l E«t»Ui ag't, a W FourUi itrM
OC 21 -W A«< 1 -w
WiliningtoD. Del.
Î ^OR NALE.-AI prlees that will
mmw to iMirchaee.
#• llwelllngN
175 Biailding; Lot*.
•5 Farms.
€>aad Mortgages wauled
_ J T. IIF.AI.D.
Aral Estai« aa«l .Hongage Ex»
•bange. octl^àwti
A LL PKKHONH who wish lo Rent, buy
•r »ell Farm«, may nave trouble and
pen»« by entering their 11
WHJIKMAN'M Farm
I r - 'b I (iv-Awif
• *
AUKNCY,
No, 2 W««t FourUiSL
Pratt's Astral Oil.
Mupplles fully the want for a perfwlly
mating Oil fur fain -
from the dauipro'
Mlanger ol the fiuld
■af«* him! reliable III
lly use, free n«il only
exploMiou hut from th
lgullliig «hould llie llgnied lamp I»
Il I» put Up
«ach ol wuich Is closed with a
hearing liic
Ing bandit d
1 gal, and 5 gal. im rso«.
talcAp,
lUfaciurer'N «lamp. H*»
•ral bund red« of tiiou*»ndi
or gallon« of this oil without a alngle *.*ci
dent resulting from II« use
«lenilily recornmenil It a« a perfectly p
ami safe oil For sale wholesale un<l retail
Z. JAM K8 BELT.
Cor. Mlxtli «% Market Hu.
1
tfl'
by
Physicians' Pocket Ca.es, Haf?)
Cases, Ac., for sale by
z. JAMKHHM.T,
Oor. rlxth » Market SO.
1 N STRUM KNTH. — Tbe
1 lit» large«! «*•
aURUlCAD
JSSStSMrSJSri»«--.«-«
hlblted in this city. Kor.aleatNew York
I Cor. Slxtii A Market Htt.
p ro f. J. A. Going's Horse Remedies
(Veterinary Editor of" fyvnlofthi 7W»#c
Going'* Worm Deeiroyer, Co|»cm»n'sTo i
1 c Powder, Going'* oollc Powder. Goiuif *
Cough Powder. Going'« ••AriMismy uf lfn
Home." ( A card -«kclelou uj»<»n wklclj is
by the Agent, z.JAMKHhELT,
Wholeaale
t -°*' KUlh * M
liDIKS'DKPABTHWT.
For »upporter«, Braces, Tru*
AnkltU, K -
°**-l»rlvate Room. Lady Atteudaid.
Private entrance for Ladle* at No. 1
MlxUi *tr«)et
Z. JAME 8 BELT,
Wholeaale and Retail ÜruggiR»
Corner Blxth and Market JJJJJJ.
Wllmlagton. DeUwar«.
i, Elastic
.Syringe«,
The Best Uualities of MEUICINJÈS
at wiu.iaM»'
Paoi'Ki»T ART
Tui Most R»liabln
Mmuicinis.
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, «Jj»«»»®. 4 ''
HAIR. TOOTH, and
A floe assortment of
MAIL BKUbHB«. Uorkel
At Ninth and Mar««.
A choie. Imported Key West, PrlileoIKey
Weal or LIAMS'
Choice FLAVORINÖ EXTRACT»
Strong and Pure, ,
At Nlntli »nd
at WILLIAMS
Fine AMERICAN A IMI'OKTEU «"'*^
At Ninth and
o Get the best " WlnLIAM«' «AP 0 NA
CEUU8 DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS
in iktpmtmy
theme (Jeeth. **''*<** -
iieeuonaMe Pneu.
• FKE8CRIPTI0N HTUBh
Nlntli anil Market-__
WJLLIAMH
apl 2 -tf
( mu«
SI 1 IRT 8 !
In •ffterlDg our
CELEBRATED SHIRTS,
would call your *t»«n
T# the public, we
tlou to the following point«.
j ,oYV IN PÄl CL '
then the samt- quamy
Being cheaper
lau he made at home.
Beautifully Finished.
Perfect iu FR.
Cnt*LengthwlH« the Muslin.
And guaranteed u, give perfect
wdl buy ■«
aatisfxe
otber.
l *'Try tliem and you
For »ale by . -» T
C. S. MORGAN
4 M)i M»pUw* »«reel
J WM.'Ï^ÎÏ
Wo. 1009 Market Street
l'L.ÜWBß H *
»mm a «a«»
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