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TIME TA1II.E.
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JJ a m.; 12 TI 12.3», 2JQ, 4.00,
10 9.44,p. m. On Sunday a : 2.00.
in', 5 0», ft 4«, fl 20, 0 46, p m.
Vor X : 2-TIi 2.B0,mmii23ö, iso, p
!',° r ;'i"d v/Mh?nrû»n ?261 ?i. lui
1 il« I (d ö 1* Jo 28,pm.,Suu
!'fti 2 io 8.30, a m.
Deuoiit : 4 6« p m ; no Sunday
^ .
turtle: A20, 91Ö ara;106,630p
Sunday -ui
i 4 train »"M«», oau
A Northern H. R.:« 26 a,
1 .. no Sunday train. |
' \Vt>flt'.*rn R. R.: 10 20 a in;5 3o
, Sundays : to 3o a ns. i
s AKKivs at wilmiwotow
laue«pu»aî *2 44 ,b •
il. « 43, V rn rni'su «' lavs ' 12 Si
1M0 pm lit
H. J (hI, 834 am; 1244, 12 W
w ' 'in Hundays: 12 43, 1 0fl
jopm. _
irnure: 2 04,8 40,0 41, am; 12 27, Me
I", on Sunday»: * w » ™
mnaton: 2 01 » m UH, 128..
■m on Sunday*: I 04 a m ; »46
I' 11 '
Deposit! g 00am; noSunday
* no a in ; 12 10 m;
al
it s re
P
i.uMP
„ CMtle:
", „ no Humlay train«.
I.warè K. K.: »», 12 10 a
no Sunday trains,
imfton A Northern R. R-: *06,
Sunday trains.
R.:7 66 am;
a
„,7 36 pm;
a votre Western K,
„ ,, n sundavs: 6 0$
iiH wii.bisutos LIAVI
APRI.I'MIA.
iu\ gtroet and Washington a ve
in 10 30, 11 46 a m; 2 30, 3 30,
is' 6 lft, »46, 1130 pm; on Hun.
130 a m; ft 00,® 45, 11 30, p in.
irtv-S®co»d and Market streets:
12 12 tft, 3 55, » 30, 11 30 p m;
i.Isvh: »30. 11 30 D m.
T> Ml.
1
RAiLHOAißB.
• H.I'MIA, W 1LM iNUTUN A
imork RAIL ROAD.
N«)vemUer 10,1*74.
-ill leave Wilmington as follows
pilaand Intermediate Htatlons,
T - 2 30, 4 00, 7 20,
nhia ( KxpresH) O.CO, 9/0, a m.
A New Yort, 2 37, 7 05, tf.ôü, a
5 40, p. Ui.
re aud intermediate Htallens,
10 Do a.
re and Bay Line, 7 .oh, a. in.
ir»- Miiil W hmIiI tiglon ,12 51,2 l«f, H3Ö,
M, 5,18, 10 26. t>. m.
»r Delaware Division
et le, 6.20, ».15, a. m. 1.06,6 30.P-m
rton uitd Intermediate Stations,
, leave for:
1 05 , 6.30 p.m.
)<1 Intermediate Hlallons9.15
8 Ü 8 DAT TRAIN«.
Oils and Intermediate Station*
»iicI'n.w ' YorX,2.0#, ». m ,
and Washington, 12 51, 2 10
r Information
the 11
- in
pamiengerB are
table* i*>MteJ at the
H. K. KENNEY,
Hnoerlnlentlent.
11 UTS !
In offering
IBRATED SHIRTS,
e wonM call your ailen
.llc,
IV irv PRICE,
le «luallly
: li hi I the
u le ut home.
Ifully Finished.
Fit.
•t
•• the Musllri.
I togl'
•e |H*rfect satisfac
ill buy
n and you
other.
I V
S. MORGAN
I'-'J Bar lie I Mml
3iu
. R. BUTLER.
10 Market St.
a large aNMortim-n of
l and ORNAMENTAL
WHOLES'
suitable
> K
ll)AY PRESENTS.
RT12AM8 HAVINGS BANK
to* MARK FT HTKKKT,
bpohatbd January Md.UMi.
»receive depoHlt*daily from » A
♦ " M., and on Tuesday and Sal
RV b *! rro,n 7 b» 8 o'elock.
PI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
iiirtjlfc in April and October.
iîïï« 1 *? Rr< * not withdrawn they
Thu* permanent
eompouLd their interest twloe in
.. manaoehs.
«a«»yih, j Oeorg* W. Bu*h.
■ own ( , I George H, Capelle,
,* benson, I M. L. Llcheusteiu,
•t» ure , I Edward Darlington
Job H. Jacknou,
Wrn. H. Swift,
1 iieay,
Million, H kugln«.
CAPkV'i w V. H' Pre * lde * k -
CAPELLR, vio* President.
K. r. TAYLOR. Treasurer
► national bank.
L n __ WILMINUTÜN.
gO»Y Or THE PUBMO Mr
l AUD
ICI AL AUKNTH OF THK
THD HTATBH.
J) HETTH, Du«»i O ENT
KO. U. AKMHTHUNU Ceehibb i
t.plt«l, . . ',»•<>, uoo.
- !
I
I
I'N
Phi»and New York Exchange
regular Depositor. wlUmut clo
rur
arge
m day«, Mouilay. and Thursday.
. u . f'IHRCTOHH.
w. myu *. °«' r *
"■«y» ni I (7
McCorab,
lames,
e W. Rush,
arrett,
1 tooI croît, Jr
Kdwari Ä" mTBt "' ( ,
__ 1
■ SHARP
»> AMI» MA «HEX NTS *
' r - * f*XS.
I lD L C-L* /* rtrtrvo
Un Loo bUllUS !
!
m
lT REDUCED 1-KICKS.
I
I
!

d fit Black Silks.
I'uect from the importer.
HS Sc CASSIMERES
fKVht block
we liave ever offered.
Also a full lin» of
y
;pets and Oil Cloths.
r, "' Mci.tort.co
per yard.
• B- SHARP
h ANL) market
STS.
From the Ledger.
Work.hop» antl Th*lr Far
K ** or '" *■ , * 7 *
Philadelphia and Pennsylvania inana
facturer« are working their way hand
aoiUHly Into the local export trade, ah
p eo p| e w i|) i„ a rn when the returns tor
'»'» »'* <»niplHt* Tim. far we have
been abb* to get the best look at ine ex
porta from our workshops connected
wii.li the various productions in i
steel and other metals. Of these there
WJM exported from Philadelphia and
neighboring workshops to foreign ooun
tries in 1H7H. and mainly in vessels from
our own wharves, iron and metal pro
ducts to the amount of nearly three mil
hous of dollars; but precisely $2,971 J133.
That is rai her a satisfactory showl ng for
last year, not only for our growingex
port traue, hut for our Iron works, ma
chine shops and other metal industries.
lit will be interesting to take a lo-.k in
detail at the articles sent out and the
countries that bought them, ihelistern
braces locomotives, Iron cars, iron ves
Me |u iron bridge«, iron steel rails, steam
engines, bnilentand other machinery, car
wheel» and axle.,pig, har ami .licet iron,
steel in bars and tires, cast-iron pipes,
columns and miscellane
nai Is, strikes, bolts and roll, tools, shovels,
steel forks, agricultural Implements, as
gyrted hardware, sewing machines, dent
al instruments, telegraphic material, and
largo variety of miscellaneous iron pro
ucts.
The largest total value was of locomo
tives, of which 70 were » xported, of a
value of $770,144, forp.v of them going to
Australia and Peru, 14 to
Itrazil, It to Cuba, aud 1 to Prance, Next
ill total value was our export of steam
vessels, Russia taking 2, at a cost of $*150,
000, aud Brazil 8 small ones, costing $07,
800 tue remai ni I g one going to Cuira,
costing $3000—tho whole amounting to
$720,800. Following in order of value
we have wrought-iroii bridges, 3810 tons
of which were shipped to Canada,
amounting to $451,705. Then come the
shipments of iron and other railway cars
of which Ur izil took 182, valued at $154,
317; Cuba 230, valued ut $51,758; South
America and West Indies, 50, at a value
of $48,000—the total in this branch of our
exports being $251,075.
The next largest item is in iron and
steel rails, of which Hra7.il took 3101
tons, costing $132,002. and Cuba 2828
tons, costing $07,872— the whole amount
ing to $230,834. Steam engines, boilers
aud other machinery, except sewing ami
agricultural machines, claim # attention
next in order, the aggregate value of
these being $113,525, shipped to Brazil.
Cuba, Liverpool, Antwerp, Nasstta ami
Venezuela. One of the most interesting
items is that which follows next, viz :—
Dental instruments, of which a value
of $72,155, was shipped to Liverpool in
211 packages. Assorted "hardware" ex
ln bits a total of 1373 paekages, valued at
$31,900, sent to Liverpool, Brazil, Ant
werp, West Indies, Chili, and even to
South Africa. Sewing machines 'come
next, with 915 packages, valued at $24,
•73, shipped to Genoa, Antwerp, Llver
t uol, West Indies, South America and
is bo u. Steel forks and shovels exhibit
a total of 20,410, sent to Liverpool, Ant
Brazil and Valparaiso. Nails,
spikes and holts are credited with an ag
gregate of 23,407, and east-iron water and
other pipes
wick. Canada, Cuba and 1*
to the amount of $23,4*1.
as
if
castings,
a
1
a, 21 t
,
werp
r** Nhipp«-d to New Brun.s
Cabello,
MkHcellani'oiirt
agricultural iiuple
eutleiy, pig, har and «beet iron,
I, rolls, Ac., make ni» the balance
• s h * I
nt.s of iro
in
eoh
spe* incally ment
*d.

ll
!
serve to einpliasize
he gran
readers, h> repeating that
nearly three uillli
otal
:
*» of d
amounts I
lars of iron aud met;
,
ork cxportei
Philadelphia during the year 187
,ort
-
fro
ntrios. The i
tiie growing foreign expert of iro
duets is very great t
d
»r
• nr establishments
in that line of mamdaeture.
Non I li f it roll mi T» \ Sales.
NT DEC 18 ION It Y THK UNITED
MATES HI 1HE.ME CoLltT.
IM 1*01
20—The
Court to-dav deeiiled I ho
He vs. Robert
Wahiiimii
S lates Sup re I
important cu
Small from ilie V
Court for South Carolina. This was a
:t to recover possession of a certain
tract of land in Beaufort, 8. <'., sold for
taxes during the wir by th* United
States district commissioner, under act
of Congress for the collection of taxes in
insurrectionary districts, passed March
13,184>3. The case was brought here upon
a w rit of error to test the validity of
called lax sales titles, by virtue of which
more than half of the land in Beaufort
v held. It is maintained by
wuers of the landsiu coiitro
ugress levying
malty of 50 per
nts is iu violation of
ted Stales Circuit
county is no
the former »
veriy that the act »d' C
the tax and imposing a
cent, upon deliuquei-.-
-cond section of the tirnt aiticle ol
; that the proceeding*
li
the
the coUNtitnti
of the commissioner* prior to the .sale
were irregular, and that the certificate-*
given by them to purchasers arc invalid
conveyances of title.
This court, however, sustains the .judg
ment. of the lower tribunal by holding
•t of Congress in question is
the tax sale
• themselves presumptive
vidence of all the antecedent facta
initial t > their validity, and th- y can he
erthrown only by showing that the
properly which they convey waanotMuh
jectto tax,that the taxes upon it had
been paid previous to the sale, or that
it bail been redeemed. In the pres
ent case no evidence is offered sufficient
to rebut the presumptive regularity and
validity of the tax sale certificates, and
the judgment of the Circuit Court is
therefore affirmed. .1 u^tice Strong deliv
ered the opinion, Justice Field Dissent
ing. This decision,it is stated, will quiet
the titles to to more than two thousand
pieces of property iu South Carolina,
A
Hue
that the
not unconstitutional; )hat
cert i ti cutes
a.
of
and
Polygamy.
The Senate judiciary committee on
Monday »creed to re|)ort a new polygamy
i tdR. I,le main l.atures of which will
doubtless secure public approval.. A
penalty of five hundred dollars hue and
imprisonment not exceeding live years
- ! provided for future offenders; as to those
I who have, sinned against the old law of
I lBtia, they remain liable to prosecution
, just as they should, but the
President may grant wholesale amnesty
:h manner
i'
ol' Co
upon siieh grounds and iu t
as he sees fit. As for the Mormon chil
dren, those born heretofore and who
1 shall he born before the first of Novem
her next are duly declared to be legiti
witl,out 'r«""' l ° V e r :, U ,' k
w hich their mothers may have held, lhe
diaracter of this last provision is rather
! lo " <,bvious to permit much explanation,
hut naturally, if the bill should be pf
! eil, it is a feature that must have the
feet of either breaking tip lhe polygamous
I marriages now existing or leaving the
I the offspring of Hie plural wives bor
! after November first iliegit mate and-—
the ladies who have bee
• about the subject say—"disgr
Timt«.
n
as
» anxious
:ed."—
id
People may live to see a vast lulai
I sea in Africa, in lire natural basin to the
j north of the desert of Sahara. M. de Les
s.ps'surveyors have louml that thecouutry
through which it is proposed to cut a ca
y nai is of sand and sofi,earth, ami entirely
free from rocks or oilier oVietaclee.
of
:—
in
at
to
ag
and
The Cipher Olipalchoa.
We print an interesting and valuable
Interview with President Green, of the
Western Union Company—interesting
because Dr. Green expresses with great
emphasis the opinion held by all honor
able men respecting the sanctity of tele
grams, and valuable because it gives in
formation which exonerates the Western
Union Company ami its late president
from blame in the publicity which has
been to the cipher dispatches. President
Orton and the directors held out as long
as they could against the Hubjmna of the
»Senate. They at onetime contemplated
burning the despatches to avoid compli
ance, hut their counsel, Judge Porter,
advised against this course, and they
yielded at last under Congressional
duress. A huge iron-hooped Saratoga
trunk was sent to Washington containing
nearly thirty thousand telegrams, and
delivered through Mr. Whitney, their
agent, to the Senate Committee. Six or
seven weeks later the trunk w as ret urned
with (as the company supposed) the
same contents. President Green thinks
that the cipher despatches were copied or
stolen while in possession of.the commit- .
tee. There is good evidence that some I
if not ail of them were not copied, but
«tnh.il mitnrrlit Mer« rni.U»« would iw.t
stolen outright. Mue copies would not
have enabled the possessors to publish I
fac-similés ol the originals. Who stole
them is a question which Dr. Green has I
no means of answering, but he is quite
certain that the then was committed
while Ihr despatches were out of the
. , .... \ lf . » * . .,
custody of the \N estent L uion Company.
They remained night after night spread
out on the table of the committee room,
not guarded in anyway except by the
mere locking of the door. 1 he Potter
Committee w ill have the means of trac
ing them backward from tiie hands of
«I will be inexcusably
derelict if it fails to probe the theft to
ita origin
Thu account give, by Dr. (irecn of the
inode of guarding ami dis[K>smg ol the
originals of despatches is entirely satis
factory. They are never divulged
cept on legal compulsion, any more tlian
a physician divulges the secrets Of his
patients or a lawyer of Ids clients. They
are retained in a confidential custody for
the translators
a period ol six months as a protection
Against damaces for faulty transmission,
.m., 1 then «re ehonnod un fine and sent to
and then aie ( iiopijca up nut aim s in to
the paper null. 1 hey an? not exposed
to be stolen or copied while in posses
ston of the company, but only when
forced out of its hands by legal compttl-1
sion. There is need of some more effi
cient provision of law for the protection
Itr" ÂÂ
persons who copy or steal them to pun
ish.ii.-iit for contempt is insuffle'.,.., be
cause it expires with the Congress, and
because it may be exercised arbitrarily.
It is better that there should bo definite
penalties ordained by statute and ">'-1
fee d by the criminal courts. When
the Potter Committee shall have invest]
gated this theft it should also frame and
introduce a suitable law for the punish
ment of similar olle
:s.— y. y. Hem Id.
DK V. W. Ui .anciiakii : During the
•e prescribed your various
preiiâratlons of FimkI Cure, and feel bap-1
py to say they have met my most san
octal ions, giving to patients long
by blond poison, chronic dlseaae,
, er drug dosing, the needed nutrition
Nkw York, Nov. 26, 1877.
ll
! h
y«*
I
:
,
feeblest
MU
-
d
and
•rve force.
Prof. Clkmenck h. Lo/.ikh, M I).,
Dean of Horn. Med. College ana Hospital
for Women, New York.
|h20* 12
AT THB
■>4
R
illil
M
306 Market Street.
Will be found
UNUSUAL BARGAINS
Spring Print*, 1
I
Bleached and Cni leached Muslin* in
all width*, and popular make«, at
li
owest Possible Prices.
A idee assortment of
cheap
the
CHEAPEST.
Saturday morning, a
We shall open
Hue of a*
FINE HAMBURGS
a. WHi ever mown Iu Wilmington, aorao
of winch are In .i t. of Edging and lerer
Hon to match. Vary unique In dealgu,
and will lie «old cheap.
"
R. L. RUSSELL
300 Market Ht.
I
S. H- Staats
j
No- 405 Market St.,
Ha* Ju*l Opened an
ELEGANT STOCK
—OF
Xcw and Very Choice
k
Hamburg Edgingg,
Embroidered
Trimmings, &c.
vo are all NKW, embracing
aud beautiful patterns, and at
S7*The abo
many new
n
-PRICES
MUCH LOWER
as
THAN aiAST SEASON.
Jan 18-1 y
id
ca
A ll fermons who wish to Kent, buy
or «eil Kami», may »ve trouble ami
pen.e by entering their uamea at
WHITEMAN'S FARM AGENCY,
yo,g Weal KourthSt.
ex
■ei J- A wtf
THE BLANCHARD
Blood & Nave FOOD
. „
^ oubatltute For
FOOD is made a curative agent by con
centration and artificial digestion, and 1
go simple In Its application that The ad
vice of Physicians is not required,
Thousands of recoveries from chronic
J»"»"* h^mîuJdf 1 ' wliere the 111001
Many of the best Physicians throughout
the country are DISCARDING DRUGS
»»d,using the BLANCHaKDB Loop
AND NfcHVK FOOD with the most grat
,ry 1 kik result., jieriimnenily relieving
form, of Physical and Mental Debil
The Dy.peptic and Consul
.n"re ll.t of com
plaint* peculiar to the Female Hex find in
the use of tills Food sure and speedy re
lief.
Isa Pure Concentrated LIQUID FOOD,
prepared directly from the
WH RAT KERNEL,
without Fermentation, and retaining all
of its
BLOOD NERVE AND BRAIN
restoring elements In a natural state ol
vital Izallou.
Nervous Debilltv
which underlies all forms of Chronic Dis
ease, is
this Foot
'•For the
prescribed
AND NEUVE FOOD to
all ages, from eiglilecn months
three years. In every case the result has
been exactly that claimed by you. It is
by far the moat valuable aud reliable
Tonic I have ever met with.
Edward Hutton smith. M. D..
2« Irving Place, New York.
HjK'edily
year past I have ronslaMtly
THF BLANCHARD BLOOD
y patients ol
elgiity
overcome by the use of
AT XjAI
FOOD
T
DRUGS
ail
llty.
iplive Patient,
Blool Polsou
_
Nkw York, November 2«, 1817.
Dr. V. W. IIlasoiard: During Die
past year I have prescribed your various
r.ÄTSaiÄ
expectations, glvimr to patients long en
feebled by blood poison, chronic disease,
^r.u* V noVu« U >orco*' tUO " nulr,Uou
p K or. CLEMENCE 8. LOZIER, M. D-,
Dean of Horn. Med. College and Hospital
tor Women, N ew Yo rk City
Hundreds of oases of BRIGHT'S DIK
EASE of the Kidneys have been reported
I cured. For Neuralgic and Rheumatic
diseases It Is al most a specific Physical
i Mental Debility ironi the useof Aloo
I opium and Tobacco or from any un
I namable cause. And In tliis F«xi a natu
I ral And P° l remedy,
Fob thk INTELLECTUAL Wobkih
Blood and Nerve, Food
The BliAiKCHAHU
... . . . ,
I natter aad more work than ever before,
I without danger of mental strain.
A. » remedy for the lo.. of Appetite ana
Sa'idrw./tni. km.nma no rival,
fB o**le. or« Tor «.TOO
| ^ bold BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
afTonis a certain ana natural means ol
buial, la
receipt of prioe.
Or sent by Exprect*
ANDOVRR TUBOLUOICAL HlMINARV,
Ajjd<*ver, Mhhm., Marcii29. 1H78.
Your Life Food 1 m an excellent thing.
have no hesitation, after a thorough trial
I of It, In recoin mending It In cases o4
I ciironic dyspepsia aud nervoua prostra
non.
| Kkv. Dh. AUHl'IN PHELPS,
,
I THE BLANCH A RD FOOD CURE
| 8 Y HT EM now receiving such popular ap
preciation is clearly set forth In a 64 page
pamphlet which will be sent to any ad
recelpt of 25 cent«. Address,
| dress
Blanchard Food Cure Co.
Î&7 Uniou Kqiiurcy.lcw Y»rK.
y 23-d lyeislA w
Xew Year 18751
The
The
A
A
•uce it right by going to
(■•ui
CEIPPEN'S
For your
TEAS and COFFEES.
We have the beat
SO CENT TEA,
AND
25 cent Breakfast Coftee
Sold In this city. Try them.
COFFEES FROM 14 CT8. lb. UP.
TEAS FROM 25 CTS. lb. UP.
a full line of talgn grade Teas and
1 Coffees, aud the best old Dutch Java 1
I ported 3 lbM. for SI.00
••
At
OUR STOCK OF FANCY GOODS,
Vases and Japanese Ware
We are offering low to close and mate
room lor New Uood.,
Sugar« Molli at Cost.
A
Fore Penner & Spices a Snecialtf.
N. B—We also give to purchaaer* of
Tea* and Coffees elegant presents of Va*©«,
Otlas*ware, Toy* and Fancy Goods.
JCrippeu's Tea Stores
Ho. 3 West Third St.,
—AND—
No. § East Second St.
in'—Only 3 doors from Market
street. Look for Red Fronts and
Name, Crippen.
rikiiOS
riAsois,
For- 0)200 Sc Cpvnrda
ORGAN«
For- 041% and Upward«
Fob dash or Uibtai.kiits at
ROBEIiSN A BRO.,
710 MARKET ST.
ELA WAKE UARI-KT MOUSE,_
30. MAHKKT STKEET.
D
ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DEL
lace lu the oily to bev you
Tbe oheape«t
CARPETS
OIL CLOTHS
MATTINGS
ANL window shade
Heury Greebe
80» MARKET ST
N.B. —flag "arnot voren to
und lowest markettem uoU*e
deajor
OX-iOSIHSTG- OTTTI
In order to keep abreast with the progress of the times, and to prepare
for the coming SPRING TRADE, I will sell my Winter Stock nearly at
Cost, (for cash only), and in order that I have good workmen, I must keep
them employed by the year, which I do, and therefore look for a liberal
patronage.
Ferd Carson, the Tailor
2 G 3 Market Sit.
dec!4 ly
Poor Man s Friend Not Dead Yet
ZE 3 I. FAYTSR
20 8 MARKET STREET,
5
Will be open as usual on MONDAY, JANUARY 27th, for the sale of
MEN'S CONGRESS AND BUTTON GAITERS.
308 Market St. 200
dec!4-3mos
THE ARCTIC ICE & COAL -COMPANY
OFFICE, No. a EAST SECOND STREET
H A. VIE THE
iE] I
I2sT THE CITY.
WM. PENN AND TURKEY RUN PUT IN 8BLLARS FREH.
JEC 9
TT JE3
ms
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. B. CONKOW ft HON, Prop'ra,
I|4*b
Pratt's Astral Oil.
Hupplle« fully the want for a perfectly
safe and reliable illuminating Oil for tona
lly use, free not only from the danger of
explosion but from the danger ol the fluid
Igniting should the lighted lamp be upeet.
It 1* put up In 1 gal, and 5 gal. tin cans,
each ol which la closed with a metal cap,
bearing the manufacturer's stamp. Hav
ing handled several hundreds of thousands
of gallons of this oil without a single acci
dent resulting from Us use we can oonfl
dentllly recommend It as a perfectly pure
aud safe oil. For sale wholesale and retail
Z. JAMK* BELT.
Cor. Sixth A Market 8ti.
Physicians* Pocket Cases, Buggy
Cases, Ac., for sale by
Z. J A MEN BELT,
Cor. flxih A Market Sts.
bURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.-The
most complete stock, and the largest as
sortment of Surgical Instruments ^
blblted In this city. For sale at New York
ogues furnished
MES BELT,
Cor. Sixtn A Market Sts.
Prof. J. A. Going's Horse Remedies
(Veterinary Editor of •'Uj>rrU n/tto 71m**.")
Doing's Worm Destroyer, Copeman'sTon
lc l'owder, Doing's colic Powder. Going's
Cough Powder. Going's "Anatomy of the
Horse." (A card—skeleton upon which Is
located every Important disease to which
the horse is liable ) All the above foi sale
by the Agent, Z. JA MES hit LT,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
Cor. Sixth A Market St«.
by
ever ex
rices. Illustrated caial
Z. J A
Ky'
LADIE8*DEPARTMEMT f
For «upporters, Braces, Trusses, Elastlo
Htockiugs, Anklets, Knee Caps, Syringes
&o.
s^i'rlvate Room. Lady Attendant.
Private entrance for Ladies at No. 1 West
81Xtn street.
Z JAMES BELT,
Wholesale ami Retail Druggist,
Corner Sixth ami Market sreets.
Wilmington Delaw
The best Qualities of MEDICINES
AT WILLIAMS'
The Most Reliable Pbopbibtabt
Mkdicinbs,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES, Ac.
AT WILLIAMS'
A One asHortment of HAIR, TOOTH, and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Mark«!.
A choice Imported Key W*«t, Prldeof Key'
Greuley Oicar.
AT WILLIAMS'
Choloe FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Strong and Pure,
At Ninth and Market,
AT WILLIAMS
We*t
Fin* AMERICAN A IMPORTED Soars
At Ninth and Market.
•• Get the best " WH LIAMS' hAPONA
CKOUB DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
(Jftrtet Good*. Accuracy <n (htjimiMnQ cmvt
Keaton able 1'ric**.
WILLIAMS* PRkSCRIPTION STORE
Corner Ninth and Market
apl2-tf
A GREAT REDUCTION
IN PRICES OF
Boots and Shoes
BAttlEL MeGUSKER
916 U'.a xcoudMI.,
Is getting In his FALL STOCK of
B<k)U and Shoe*, which he will be able
sell at a GREAT REDUCTION from his
former prices. He wishes bis friends and
pubTic In general to give him a call,
he Is determined on keepi ng
good goods :
AND SELLING THEM AT
LOW PRICES !
ye 27 -dAW 3 na
to
the
Now is tbe lime
TO BUY YOUR
STOVES
?
A.ND (4 ET YOUR
Heaters Put in Ordei.
1 bave Just retluced the price ot all Gook
, Parlor aud Healing Stoves lo suit the
Call*ant?see the prices before yon buy,
K. MOBHWSON,
Our. Tklr4 *nd Shipley
N. kl .—Heaters oheaper than ever.
IU
H. KENT A CO.
&
porters and Manufacturer*' Agents for
IKON,
IRON,
STEEL.
STEEL.,
HARDWARE,
AND COACH MATERIAL.
Have tbe Largest Stoek of Goods In the
State in their line, and best assorted slook
in the United estate*.
NO. 206 AND 247 SHIPLEY AND »0
ND 212 ORANGE STREETS.
WlLMlKOTOT
HARDWARE,
MAT aiUHJUl
hvid McCloskey
TH1
HATTEIi.
SIS Market Street,
(Adjoining Opera House.)
ttTTtoe latest styles constantly ou hand
to him a call. _ aiutli-ir
o UBE *-t
THB
HÄTTE»,
."Vo a
East Third Street,
WIlmffiKton« He
As Cheap as the Cheapest
ADAMS & BROTHER'S
Great Variety Stores!
A large and general assortment of
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS AND
HOSIERY.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rug* and Mattings,
Window Shades, Boot* aud Sto®*, In
large variety.
Crock
Croquet
Boy'*
Wheelbarrows,
Baby Carriage* In large variety.
Call and be convinced that we
will sell with tb* cheay««t.
ADAMS & BROTHER
506 MARKKT STREET 506
WILMINGTON,
DELAWiKK
M. B.— FHUXT JA KM
ry-ware, Gliyis-w*ire, 7 ln-ware,
Toy* and Dolls. In large variety.
Velocipedes, Express Wagon*,
Doll CarrtHge«.
an
Fashionable Furniture I
J. & J. W. HARMAN
)
I*», no klag Street,
WILMINGTON. UKL.
ipeotruily intornr. the *itlj
Wilmington, Mid the *ur;
continua
on hand
ware
4 We .v
*ea* of
ndlng country th^
Jr*- cfvftto manufacture an«l
at our large and long e*Labl
rooms, Furniture of every variety aud
style, consisting of Mahogany Ko*ewaod
and Walnut Furniture *u(table for parler,
(Lanlng-room and chamber unes.
Our assortment of Furniture is larger ani
be found In Delaware,
establishment
U
of
:
to
more varied than
and all articles sold at our
are warranted as represented.
Venltl&n Blinds of th« most fashionable
designs made to order aud kept constantly
u facture and con
on hand. We also
■tanily keep a large assortment of Hprln
Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses
J. A J. N. HARMAN
PATENTS
obtained/or new invention*, or for Impr am*
on old one«, for medical or other compound«, tram
mark * and label«. Cavsat«, Assignment*, inter
ferences, Appeal«, Kult« for Infringement«, aqrf
all case « arising under ths Patent Latrs, prompt
invention« that have ln*ni
by the ratent Of
fice may still, m
most c<
the
Iu attended to
REJECTED
, be
puttnted by us. Being opposite the r. S. l'cxtemt
Department, and engagea in Patent business
clusively, we can make closer starches, amt secure
Patents more promptly, and with broader claims,
tu» t/m•* inhit are remnte from Washington.
«end us a moil
INVENTORS
ski. \ V oj
device; we
make examinations ana aavise as to patsniabilMt.
free of charge. All correspondence strictly o>>i
Âdential. Prices Inc, and NO CHARGE UN
LESS PATENT IS SECURED.
efer in, Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
î). M. Key. Bev. F. D. Power, The Qcrmn/n
1 1
V
for
the
»0
We
General
American National Bank, to officials in the U. S.
Patent Oßce, and to Senators and RepresentaRms
in Congress: and espemiallyjto our clients tn every
C. A SNO'V 4 C 0

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