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A| l r«»rc K. li.. V 14 » m; I US, 6 60
ffSÄi'MSiheni K. K.; «33.
*' * 61» P in; no Sunday Iralu.
WcUirn K. K.: 10 3» a rn;5 au

*%l»lia|'U'" : 13 44,3 .11 »10 I 06 u m ;
*,P„, Ii43, It SJ, 396,4 31, 3 04. « »3,
faM- Il I». P m i on nuiiday. : 1141,
î'V.w'l oft' Ul | wl,V m* m;*ll 44, 11 m
p in . -m Sundays : 12 13,1 0«
Ä"l04,«40,.4.,.m i 1117,
A »W p no; ou Sundays: 2 (M a in
il pu).
-W*o*w> n: 201 a m 1221, IHM
!* Ilf l> m; on Sundays: i o4 a m ; 940
**• y
Deposit: ft 00 am; no Humlay
„.lie *>20, Hin a
Castle: 8 00 am; 12 lo iu;
HHU) iu; no Hunday trains.
1 itriswaie R. R.: 8 00 12 10 a m
n ■). no Hunday trains.
, fiIslington êk Northern K. R.: 806,
jlirn; T .16 p in; no Sunday trains.
il«l»w*re Western K. H.: 7 00 am;
Sundays: 609 1 ra.
JIMS WlLMlNdTOl« LEA VS VUl L
ADIU'HIA.
î tfrnatl street aud Washlngtonave
«7 30,9 00. 10 30, 11 40 a m; 2 80. 3 30,
J.115. 6 18, k 4A, 1180pm; on Hun.
«ri *30a m; 0*1,0 40, 11 80, p ra.
1 Otirty-Second and Market streets:
, 12 1H, s 00, »30, 11 30 pm;
«dtklaVN : V 30. 11 30 D ra.
ipm.
ia. 12
I mi y aim sei. (Slocks
Bonds and Gold ln N
, York,Phlla,Baltimore
I and local markets.
iid&Co.l
IOKICKS AND BHÜKKH8.
Ur House Building. Kntranoe on M
Ht reel.
Lwfor American, Kwl Ht*r, Inmao
hur4 Elues U» Great Britain and
*Ltsf Europe
FOR HALE.
LfHl'rlaware R. R. Co. Block
k^lM-lawar* Fire Ins. Co. stock.
BAIL HO A. UH.
c
LAbP.IsFHiA, WILMINGTON A
iLTIMOKK RAIL ROAD.
November 10 , 1878 .
a» will leave Wilmington a* follows
KM pin» and Intermediate H tat Ions,
no. 10 so a.
•Mphla (Express) o.oo, 9.f0,a m.
und New y ora, * 37, 7 00, »00. « m,
ihflor« and Intermediate Htalleus,
., 2 30, 4 60, 7 20,
!
i», 346, p. m.
and Pay Line, 7.08, a. m.
u Wuainuguui.1201,2 le, 88»,
■ .111.0,18, 0 20, p. m.
tutor Delaware Division,
»tJsrtle,«.», ».!$, a.
irTngtr
kfh.. ! w, s.;wi p. m.
JD*r and lntermedlaL> Htntlous u.10
E
lea vs for:
. 1.00,6 HO. p.rn.
and lu ter mod late Htatloua,
16. p. m.
HÜNDAT TRAINS
Melphla and Internnrvllate Htatlons
i'lplila and'iîew York, 2.09, a. m ,
vl Washington, 12M. 2 10
Information passen Kern are
to the tliae laides im»ni<m 1 at tlie
H. F. KENNEY,
Hiiwerlntendent.
uss'ï. & Northrop.
% Market Sireet.
Attractive display of
OLID A Y COODS
iwpaeto make tills tbe popuh
re
jrs of Holiday Goods.
r establishment
qdi-partuient i
lo those looking for
irislmas Gilts
IkiE every aye, i
life.
''*1 Nation of lust year for bel» g the
Nöouaejn Wilmington for Holiday
1 v 'll belully huitaine 1 this staken
wish you all a
or condition of
TO CHRISTMAS . 5
pELl & KORTHKOP.
5Tb, sharp,
"U\l> MARKET STS.
»DRESS GOODS
« KKDUCED PRICES.
d & Black Silks.
ß hirect from the Importer.
•HS&CASSIMSRES
Mock we have ever olterecl.
AWo a full lit)« of
I
I
I
•■?ets and Oil Cloths
I* 0 » 3 ^cts to 92.Q0 per yard.
L B. SHARP,
P AND MARKET STS.
•t:
e)

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rOR BOVS.
Vw. Murphy A.M.
ü^lNClPAk' ^
'Ter term
Wdl
coin mènes
December 2d
H. I\«Mr
tto
r ney at Law,
nam «mi auptor Mme,
*i*ii.i»t«.uu, lamssre.
n.ri.im..».,
-
wœnl'l ,r i«t, nM <mi , ril | IlgeomMth
W r WUrW k,mw " * «■■*«»«£
1 y '
„ * T< ry cattli ln the »lall»
?"?',7!r 11,6 ran,.
W„\ "'*" t tt,e heaven» »hm,..
W ' lu#,er * of » R«ht divine,
Lon * er «* tbedawn Hie children lean
'T '' M * rr y ChrlHiman I" in their «leep
Ap(l dream about the Christmas-tree
Or rl»e, tlielr »lockliiK« tilled n, '
w ^ a, ' d Cl,e<!r -
OI luvlnK friend and kindred dr
Of »Ilm an I non 11 lie« In tlie air
j " pe<1 by " ,u " Morr y Ol.rl.l.na. I" prayer.
1 W,llle throu *l> 11 all, «weet and »trong,
1« hoard the boiy angel«' aong •
' "Olory I« ui (Jo.1 above I
; ,,n ,ie P C * C6 *"il lielplul love !
And on the street, or hearts withlu
■ Ttl * C tirl «lma« «ruling, begin:
1 .
I ** Waken, Christian children,
| Up and let ua sing,
Wi n, -i a/ . "
I wuii glad voice the praises
| Of our new-born King,
• Come, nor fear to seek Him,
Children though we lie;
Once He said of children,
• Let them come to me.' "
"liante we then lo welcome,
With aJoyous lay,
( hr lat, tUe king of glory,
Born for ua to-day."
AW» " ( Rrultmu at. MchoUu/or ./an.
t»r ;
tlrn.ral Newa.
Newport K. I. ban experienced auotber
heavy storm of wind aud ralu.
The attending physicians report Wade
Hampton's condition greatly ,lmprovcd.
Haras marie 2.14 at Oakland Trotting
1'ark, Cal., on Saturday, anil trotted a
second heat with a ruuuing mate in
2.141.
The name of Alderman NeNon,of Mon
treal, I« mentioned as the possible Ml uls
ter of Fiuauce of the Province of Que
bec.
The Florida Canvassing Hoard at Tal
lahasHcu has completed the cauvass, and
gave a certiricate to Hull, Democrat, hi8
majority being 13.
While the ferries are still
nning at
Davenport, Iowa, an ice bridge for foot
passengers has been thrown across the
river at Burlington.
The Dominion Court, at Ottawa, will
go into mourning for Princess Alice un
til January 29, instead of the lUtb,
viously announced.
The Collector of the port of Norfolk,
Va., has received instructions from the
Treasury Department to inspect all cat
tle shipped at that port for England.
The equipments of the White Water
Valley railroad sold at auction, in Cin
cinnati, on Friday, were "bid in" by
Judge Msndly, the trustee of the New
Rediord Havings institution.
Dr. Hevl.one of tlie Zanesville (Ohio)
grave robbers has been sentenced to one
year's imprisonment and to pay a tine of
$1,000. One of his accomplices gets four
months and is lined $100.
pre
At Boston, on Saturday, Vincenzlio
Cashho took his young son aud tied him
10 the loofof his house and heat ni in with
a strap, leaving him there about an hour.
He will probably die.
New York State Treasurer Mackin,
siuce the nuhlication of his balance show
11 g a deficiency of over $1,400,000, has re
ceived $1,300,000 ot Slate taxes, and no
deficiency is anticipated.
ItHjiird Tai lor.
Funeral Services in the German Capital.
Rkklin, Dec. 22.—This was the day set
apart for the funeral of the late Bayant
Taylor, United Staies Minister to tlie
German Empire. From one end of Ber
lin to the oilier flags were displayed at
baP-maHt. After the morning service at
the American chapel, the American roi
dents of Berlin held a meeting for the
pur| one of expressing
Minister's death. Tli
Thompson presided, aud referred in ap
propriate language to the sail service
that hail called his hearers together on
this mournful occa-iou. i'rofessor Whit
ney, of Yale College, gave a series of
personal recollections, c- ra prising
mug sketch of Mr. Taylor's life.
A RESULT OK MR. TAYLOR'S (iKNBROSITY.
London, Dec 23.—The Post's Berlin
despatch says it is understood that the
late Mr. Taylor's generosity has rather
interfered with the prospects of his
family. ^ ^ _
THE NORTHEAST PASSAGE.
A Berlin correspondent of the New
York herald summarizes the news from
Prof. Nordenskjold's Arctic expedition,
and comes to the conclusion that the
possibility of a northeast passage has
been demonstrated. In 1875 Professor
Nordenskjold, who is a Swede, establish
ed the navigability of the Sea of Kara,
lying north of Russia and east of Nova
Zembla. In 1876 he went up a little
further, »o tlie mouth of the river Jeues
sie, and discovered a hay in longitude
about 80 degrees east. Now he lias gone
50 degrees of latitude east of his former
limit, and expects to be able to sail
through Behring's Strail and thus make
passage by an Arctic route from Euro
pean to Asiatic waters.
; their serrow at the
le Rev. Joseph I*.
ChrlatniBK Enlerlalmnenl.
The Uitera House was well filled on
Satui day evening, drawn thither for the
puipose of witnessing the t hristmas en
tertainment given by tlia pupils of Prof.
(Jrablt's school. Tlie exercises were ofa
very pleasing nature, aud each of the
participants showed great proficiency in
their tespective parts. The exercises
were opened with a grand tuple march
led by Misses Mamie S. Uralten, Nellie
N. Ewbanks, Hattie M. Frielmiuth, Ida
May Loomis, and masters Grant Scott
Riggs and Frank D. Ca pemer. The
_ very complicated, and w
pleating to look upon. The opening ad
dre-s by Alonza 11. Carlisle, which was
well delivered, ai d after a full chorus
"The Hover" by tlie school a musical and
tableau allegory entitled, "The Seven
Ages followed. Songs, duelts and a
farce followed, and i lie exe c ses clos d
with a representation of
among the rich and poor," ai ranged bv
Mr. Crabb, which closed with a grand
double march. A number of Christinas
presell s were distributed, and the enter
tainment closed.
Dcatha In lit« Clip.
Twenty-thre
citv last week,six more than the pie.
w. ek. E. B. Frazer, Esq., R gister of
Deaths and Burial«, report» them as fol
lows : Nativity—Foreign. 2; Ireland, 1 ;
England, 1; United States, 21. Adults,
11; minors, 12. Whites, 16; blacks, ..
Mabs, 12, females, 11. Under one year
of age. 2; between 1 and 5 ' ears, 2; S and
10, 2; 10 and 20, 4; 20 and 30, 2; 30 and 40,
4 40 and SO, 2: «I and 70, 2; 80 and HO, 1;
still b m 2 C'orouer'e case», 1; Alm»
house cases, 1.
"Christmas
deaths occurred in the
iuuh
.
I be «olold metric »oiler.
I Washinkton, Deceinbor 20.—At tl«.
^l»*»tofMr S.«pbe„,,chair„ 1 .non e
coinage committee, Dr. VV. W. Hubbell
•■ainied Vo that committee a number
Ä dme ," ,,f i *« . don.v,
'T 1 '": w«w received lids morning f,„,n
t,Ie 1 MMelphia mint. Tli s dollar con
, ** ,w *** ^Btigramines of pure gold and
; 75 " llo l5™lnme!, ofp U re
silver and 1 giarnme 425 mi ograminea or
pure co I'P*''
w, dglis 141 grammes,
winch is little less than 220 grains. In
« is slightly larger in diameter but
so thick as the half-dollar and is incapa
ble of being split. It is the exa< t equiv
alent <d the present gold and si ver dol
lar in Intrinsic value; that is to sav, $2
of this metric goloid would he the eiact
equivalent in its intrinsic value in gold
snd $1 in silver of our present Troy weight
of coing. The reverse of the metric dol
lar is ornamented by the words "United
ö ateg of America-100 cents'' within the
outer circumference and a chain of 38
stars to represent the states of the union,
within which are inscribed the words,
"Goloid metric—lg., 1«, i s ., i. 9 rynts.;
grammes, 1,425." arranged in tabular
lorm. On the obverse are 13 stars to rep
resent the orginal states, the words "E
pluribus unuiu" and a fimdy-cut figure
litad of Liberty and the figures lb78
Inder Ike Hammer,
Samuel B. Caldwell, as referee, yester
day sold at auction all the real estate of
the Flushing, North Shore and Central
Railroad, In Hunter's Point, fronting the
East ltiver for several hundred feet, and
including the depo and what was form
erly Wairen's oil yard, under foreclosure
of a mortgage of $150,000 held by Egisto
F abbri, of Llrexel, Morgan & Co., sub
ject to prior mortgages of $52,000. The
property was knocked down 10 Mr. Fab
bri for $60,000. Mr. Poppenbausen
mortgaged the property to keep himself
afloat in 1875. It cost the Poppenhau
sens, it is said, over $300,000 in 1872.—
N. Y. herald.
A dispatch from Crisfiold, Md., says
that'the steamer Theodore Weems, from
Baltimore to Frederksburg, Va., which
ran aground on Parrot's Island, in the
Rappahannock river, on Tuesday night,
was hauled off yesterday morning by the
United States levenue steamer Ewing.
She had previously discharged a portion
of her cargo.
The German papers g ve the strength
of parties in the Prussiau House of dep
uties as follows: National Liberal, 165;
Centre,87,Projressis s, 64; Free Conser
vatives, 38; New Conservatives, 10 and
21 Independent membeis.
Francis A Son's Prise Fist.
New Pieneti Prunes, öe per 10 ; T lto
peaches, new, halves for 2fc ; 7 lb drlod
apples, 2flc; 8 lb ne^ buckwheat, 25c ; 4 lb
dried blacttberries. 2»c; 4 lb sugar
4 lb apple butter, 25c ;
ins, 7)fc; new currants, 6c ; new citron 20c;
3 Jb needle»* raisins. 25c; 3 lb Jones' mince
meat, 2t<:; the best 40o Japan black and
Imperial tea in the o ty ; Klo cortee 16, '20,
22, 23c be«.L Laguayra 28c, best Maraoalbo
28c, Old tlov Java Sic granulated sugar.
4k. Wfjlte 8. light 7c; Prootor A Gamble's
Olive soap 6g o, pound bleacher «g, Bab
bitt s 7c, po r inan'H 5c, standard 4c, Ssnd
not
I 0 C
Valencia rals
op N. O, MoiaaaeH 40c per
gai; table syrup 40c per gal; 3 ib leaf lard
hi Mich sc; sugar corn 8o per oan;
blric*berries 0c pei can ; Delaware table
caches 15
>ped !
p 4c; ne
li>c per can; wash hoard» i2^c;two
buckets l^c; broom 12gc; large
reed bird mackeral i c per Joe; headlight
oil 85c gal; S cans choies tomnloe» for 25c;
choice roll butter 20c; large sacks salt 4c;
Ruin ford's Ve«st Powder, lane bottle 11c;
small, »•c ; ainioi ds, walnuts, grap^ and
i>i Icen; all brands of hour,
»:5c per bbl l.ks than mill prioe. Coal Oil,
14c per gal.
C-tndlH- ut
WM. M. FRANCIS A RO.V,
N. VV Cor. 4til x L >iubard Hts., City.
deci8-6l
I , r*f. i laarle» Italie
begs to inform trie public that be has re
moved Ills office to 218 Market street,
where be can be consulted every Wednes
day and -atuniay t y all those afflicted
with any dedciency of the sight whatever.
Hatisfuctlon guamnled In every instance,
particularly In
has been impaired t^y the
tin j-roper glasses, i have on band a fine
assortment of Gold Spectacle», EyeGlan»
6S and Opera Glasses suitable fo holiday
presents. Office at y*. L. Kahn a co'l
Clothing store, 218 Market street. Wil
mington. Del.
cases where the sight
of Inferior or
decl»
The Blanchard Blood and
Herie Food
Has been round by hundreds of the people
oi tills cnmmuully to be the most reliable
invigorator. It contains really ihe « ssence
of liie. being made directly from the wheat
kernel-the gr at life siapl-.
dec20-i w
REGISTER'S ORDERS.
RkBISTRS ORDER.
RF.GISTKK'8 OrVTCR,
New Castle county December ft. 1878
M. Ca
i
Upon application oi W
Administrator g T. A., of Margaret
Caul ley .late of M ill Creek Hd.,in said
ty,deceased,It iso dered and directed by the
Register that the Administrator aloresald
notice of the granting of letters of ad
ministration 0- T. A., upon the estate of the
deceased, with the dale of granting there
of, by causing advertisements to be post
ed within forty days from the dal of suck
letters, In six of the most public places of
the county of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands against the
täte to present the same or abide by an
act of assembly in such case made aud
provided. And also cause tbe same to be
insert»-d within the same period in the
WiLuiNUTON Gazktk, a newspaper pub
• lshed In Wilmington, and to be contin
ued therein three weeks, (eod).
« Given under the hand and seal
{ of office of the Regtsler aforesaid,
Dai New Castle, in Ntw Castle
county, aforesaid, the day and year above
written. o. C BIuGH. Register.
bell,
F
Mo
(I
L. N
XT OTICE.
All persans having claims against the
estate of the deceased must preseut the
same duly attested to the Administrator
before D--c. 5th. 1879, or abide the
act of assembly ln such ease made and
provided. WM. M. CAMPBELL,
Administrator C. T. A.
Address, Elkton, Md. d.o»-3*eod
on
ATTRACTIVE !
2ft LADIES' COATS AT §2.50,
a. Bargain.
30 LADIES' COATS AT «3.00,
Very Stylish.
23 LADIES' COATS AT $4.00,
Very Good.
42 LADIES* COATS AT $5.00,
A Perlect Beauty.
M LADIKS' CO'TS AT »6 and *7.
Good Material aud beautifully irlmraod
48 LADI ES' COATS AT »10 and $10*,
Tlie Greatest bargain of the Season.
W IMPORTED COATS.
Unsurpassed for beauty of material and
elegance of flaish.
M. L Lichtenstein,
qq 6 Marltot St..!
Wilmington. Del. '•
mar22-sepi8
e
1
i
'
1
mat a 1 UK EH.
DiÄciosby
THE
HATTER
81« Market »Street
... *
(Adjoining Opera House.)
•T*The latest styles constantly on band
v<=ihlDi .a call.
Hnirl1-»r
^ ^ ^
THK
HATTER.
•^o a
East Third Street
Wilmington.
FEOfr|»0|Oi«AL
j UHN C. OOba.
JU8TICK OF the PEACE,
AND
NOTARY
PUBLIC.
Offloe S. W. Corner of Third and Market
street«. Pension«, Patenta and Passports
procured.
no26-ly
WlLMIWOTOH. DB!»
J h. VALLANbiunAM,
AXTORKEY-U -Liw,
No. 4 Allmond 9 » Buildlno.
feb6-ly *
K. PF.NINGTON
A TTOBNUT-A7-LA W,
No. 2, WEST 7TH HTRBET,
__ Wilmington. Del.
fJlBETH FOR ALL THl>EOTLC,
BKAUTIFÜL TEETH AT tfjBSt
M, $ 6 « 18 and $10 Ä BET." ^
Teeth exD-*cied without pain by tbe use
gàê. Over thirty years experience.
DR. GALLAGHER.
835 MARKET STREET 830.
H.
Iuvl3-lv
•«>20 lv
THE BLANCHARD
Blood & Nerve FOOD
Isa Pure Concentrated LIQ.UID FOOD,
prepared directly lrom tbe
WHEAT KERNEL
without Fermentation, and retaining all
of its
BLOOD, NERVE AND BRAIN
restoring elements In a natural state ol
vltalisatinn.
Debility
which underlies all torms of Chronic l5is
.^edily overcome by the use of
Nervous
this
year past I have constantly
THE BLANCHARD BLOOD
my patients ot
.tbs to eighty
three years. Iu every case the result has
been exactly that claimed by y
by far the most valuable and reliable
'Ionic I have
'•For the
prescribed
AND NEUVE FOOD to
all ages, from eighteen
. It is
met with.
Edward Hutton Smith. M. D.,
20 Irving Place, I*
York.
FOOD
DRUGS
A Substitute For
FOOD Is made a curative agent by con
ceulratlou and ailiilclal digestion, aud I
simple in Its application that The ad
vice of Physicians is not required.
Thousands of recoveries from chronic
diseases are reporied, where the best wedi
cal skill has failed.
Many of the best Physicians throughout
the country are DISCARDING DKUOH
and using the BUNCHaKD BLOOD
AND NERVE FOOD with the most grat
ifying results, permanently relieving all
forms of Physical aud Mental Debility.
The Dyspeptic and Consumptive Patient,
suffereis from Malarial or Blool Poison
ing, together with the entire list or com
plaints peculiar to the Female Hex find in
I of this Food rare aud speedy re
Nkw York, November 26, 1877.
Dr. V. W. Blanchard: During the
past year 1 have prescribed your various
preparations of Food Cure, and feel happy
to say they have met my most sanguine
expectations, giving to patients long
feebled by blood polnou, chronic disease,
drug dosing tue needed nutrition
and nerue force.
Prok. CLEMENCE 8. LOZIER, M. D-,
Dean of Horn Med. College and Hospital
for Women, New York City
is
the
lief.
i if
Hundreds of cases of BRIGHT'S DIS
EASE of the Kidneys have been reported
cured. For Neuralgic and Rheumatic
• iseases it is al most a specific Physical
and Mental Debility from tbe use of Alco
hol, Oplu
namable
ral aud pot
Fob the INTELLECTUAL Worker
and Tobacco
from any
cause, find In this Food a natu
remedy.
The BE4NEHAKU
Blood and Nerve Food
aflTord» a certain 'and natural means oi
supplying the waste of the brain result
ing lrom labor that will enable him to do
belter and more work than ever before,
without danger of mental strain.
As a remedy for tlie loss of Appetite and
want of vigor, physical and mental, 1 m
children, this Food has no rival.
^1.00 per Bsttle f sr0 for $5.00
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Or sent by Express
receipt of price.
Andovir Thkological Hkminakv,
Andover, Mass., Mardi 29. 1878.
Your Life Food is au excellent thing. I
have no hesitation, after a thorough trial
ol it, iu recoin mending It in cases ol
chronic dyspepsia and nervous prostra
tion.
Rev. Dr. AUSTIN PHELPS.
THE BLANCHARD FOOD CURE
SYSTEM now receiving such popular ap
preciation is clearly set forth in a 64 page
pamphlet which will be sent lo any ad
dress on receipt of 2b cents. Address,
Blanchard Food Cure Co.
27 Uniou Square, Wcw York.
Jy28-dlyeodAw _
Ilmiwt- Fainter,
GRA1NER& Glazier,
Is prepared to do all work in his Hue,
with
rrsiuptusss aud Dlsp»t*h.
Orders respectfully solicited.
Office. No.2'9 Shicley Street.
'• «ep2S-tf
- —
FERD CARSON.
ME£.C«aRI'r TAKÏiOR, 9
NO. 233 MAPJv ET STP EET.
mffnfn f s, th t ba . lan .° e °!, the Season Ten P er Ont. Discount on l,is rc
* ft?-A H '' ck > "'l* 10 * 1 18 n e w, having boon purchased this fall.
I A Kare Opportunity for a First-Class Suit.

'
F 0 ? CARSON, NO. 233 MARKET ST.
LOOK Î LOÖKI LOOK!
208 MarKet JSt- 208
WILMINGTON, DHL.
FOUND , A POOR MANS FRIEND ,—
j
•>
Ärmo. reCOmmend tuemselT<i *- Uou't fork«!, th. numtwii H r "iTß
2f)8 Markst street, Wilimlngton, Del.
ADAMS & BROTHER
WHULENlLE Adi) RETAIL
506 MARKET STREET, 506
WILMINGTON, DEL

Would respectfully call the attention of the Public to their largo and
well selected stock of fancy and Domestic
HOLIDAY GOODS.
IDOXjXjS Ak. SPECIALTY,
ORIIINTEK'S PaTENT HEADS AND BODIE*
DOLL CARRIAGES, BOYS' VELOCIPEDES.
EXPRESS WAGONS, SLEDS, TOY CARTS,
WHEEL BARROWS, DRUMS,
TIN AND MECHANICAL TO\S
STEAM ENGINES. A FULL LINE OF
CRANDALL'S DOMESTIC TOYS.
A LARGE LINE OF CUT PICTURE8,
PAPER LACE AND FANCY PAPER
FOR TREE ORNAMENTS.
D5"(ome aud Examine Our Mock.
THE L A ,-t C E Sr AMD FlStb ; VA « I
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Boots, Shoes and Rubbers,
Ever offered to tbe public, are to be found at tbe
BOSTON ONE PRICE
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
3NTo. 209 MarKet St.
Prop'r.
We have a largo lot of Ladiei', Misaes' and Children's Button and
Laoe Shoes, slightlj damaged by water which we are almost
GIVING AWAY.
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A full line of the latest Improved
Stoves. Heaters & Ranges. Crary's Clay Heaters
Especial attention Is called,to ihe large slock of
SECOND-HAND OFFICE AND PARLOR STOVES,
In good condition which is being sold Cheap, Also a full line of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
At the btove and Heater Emporium of
H F. PICKELS , 7 and 9 E. F0 UR TH STREET,
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»y Old Stoves taken In Exchange.
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THE ARCTIC ICE & COAL COMPANY*
OFFICE, No. 3 EAST SECOND NTHEET
IIA-VE THE
I XT TUB CITY.
VII. PENS AND TURKEY BUN PUT IN SBLLABS FREE.
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WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
J. B. CONHOW At HO IV. Prop'ra.
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Adam'« Early Con*.!
EarlyNaivagansettSugarCorn
EXTRA EAÄLül SUGAR CORN,
CROSBY'S EXTRA EARLY SUGAR
CORN,
BLACK MEXICAN SWEET SUGAR
CORN.
Extra Early Minnesota Sugar Cora,
Stowebls Evergreen Sugar Corn,
jarge Sweet Sugar Corn,
Improved MTbite Prolific Corn,
Chester Co. Field Corn and Evergreen
Broom Corn, at
Mammoth
J. i. S Ml t T Hl 'S,
Fourth & Nliipley 8 U
Piano«, Organs, and Sheet Music,
FOR SALB AT
F. Berber'« Music »fere,
H.. Ml Mar*«« Street.
m6iti; at*e, goo*
fer MU« BBd for rent.
Hll.f« Plaaoaa
amis» band Diauos
M aale leaaema given In private and In
siarf
Claeeee. Teresa anederate.
GENT'S SCARFS
SOo,
FORMER PEICE $1.00«
VV. 13. COLE.
Men's Furnishing Goods.
202 MARKET STREET.
ENOCH MOORE, Jr.,
Fourth Street Wharf,
Dealer In
Lehigh. Schuylkill & Cumberland
COAL,
Elmwood, for strong draft, Indian Ridge,
Free Burning. The be»t coal sold
eit.v, 2240 lbs to the ton, placed in odllar
free of extra charge.
UAK AND PINE KINDLING WOOD
Hr arcs Ornes, tilt Market St.
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