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— * 0". ïiut T " t, ou, 1 i® 1 ». Inis li l/ use, 3.90, «.do, 9 9.46, p. m. Onttundays: 2.0V. ?&*'£»/ i.8 # i Ä: Taw, 13 8®, ! * ° r Sunday* ; 1 «>• m. Me.p. m. tire and Washington: 1261, 2.10, i , « RT, Uj*» 1 M * 10-38,pm.;tlun i no» U ^t 56 * p ra; no Sunday i L ' I pastle: 620, 918 a ih, 1 0Ö, 6 30 p ( Hundsy t JJ*î n# 9 , 0 a m; l Oö, 6 30 Sunday train. * ! A Northern R. R.: 6 26 a *'"iÆrn ! , !hvh jo30a in. a & AKKIV*'aT WILMIWOTOl*. „ 12 44, s »4 » 10 1 lid a rn ; rV 12 07,2 99, i Bl, Ö 04, 6 20, Ö |0 ir m ; on Sundays : 12 43, 30,10 22. II 10 pm " Vn. X • 1 nii, H 34 a iu; 12 44, 12 67 * 1 * Sunday» : 12 43, 1 06 are P m • I tt p m. 2 04,8 4*», 9 41. A m; 12 27, Sundays: 2 04 a m lint ,/j ib p U»; Kington : 2 01 am 12 27, 12 8« t j» in; on Hundays: 2 04 a m ; 946 ue,.wilts 4 001.11) i no Sunday 1210 m; ft »0 am; Castle: 4- . • ui» Sunday trains. . h K. 8 80 13 10 a in Sunday trains A Northern R. R-: 8 06, pm; no Sunday _Western K. K.: n "on Sundays : 6 0#nm. jâ wM.aiNOTON LEAVE FHIL ADKLi'UIA. «.I street and Washington ave ■vi HM, 10 30, 11 16 a m; 2 30, 3 30, u' 6 15,8 48, 11 80 pm; on Bun i, 6 00,8 48, 11 30, p m. coud and Market atreeta: 12 18, 3 60 , 9 30, 1130 pDi; davs: 9 30. 11 30 v m. »P »war« m. no nlngton 9,7 35 tralua. : 7 68 a in ; [rly-Si UAII.KOAUH. Ihbl'HIA, WILMINGTON A 1.M0HE KAIL ROAD. Novem Wr 10,167». 111 louve Wilmington a« follows Lhlaand Intermediate Htatlons, [ 10 UU ». II»., 2 30, 4 00, 7 20, phi a i Kxpress) 9.CO, 9.P0, a m. 1 • 2 37,7 08, 9.80, a m d New \ S 10. p. Ul. e ami Intermediate Stations, earn! Hay Line, 7.08, a. m. ■ e and WM»hluglon,12Bl, 2 is,889, 11.5,14, 10 26. 1>. m. r Delaware Division, leave for: tile,4.20, 9.16,a. m. 1.08,6 30, p.m. [ou and Intermediate Htatlons, 1 V.,6.30 p. in. anil intermediate Htatlons 9.15 HD5DAT TRAIN». >hla and Intermediate Stations .1)0. 6..*, la ami frew York, 2.09, a. m , anil Washington, 12 51. 2 10 r Information passen« the time table» posted al the B. F. KENNEY, Htuterlnlendent. ers I HITS ! In offering our RATED SHIRTS, 1 call your atten 1 ic, we owing point» : ,V IX PRICE, the same quality ho Ifully Finished. It in Kit. the Muslin. r i.tecil to give |>erfect satikfac n an I you ill buy no other. s. MORGAN Murkel Sired. 3m . R. BUTLER. well. 10 IVIarket St. ship are to for i it sale a large assort men of ! II and ORNAMEHTAL ARTICLES, sur 1 1-K ITOK lAY PRESENTS. ITUANtj WAV1MUH BANK M MA KK ET HTKKKT, rakATau January U4.1,1661. ija-ive (leiHwiuidally from 9 A i r M , ami on TuemlHy »na Hau t i ?L. r ". m 7 •» * o'clock. ri;;\ NNlA '- dividend, 1"' >' April and October. W wenoH ar»- not withdrawn they ■f.m, Thus permanent P^upoucu their Interest twice iu j, manaueks. " a*«yUi, i George W. Bush, own J George 8, Capelle, • Benson, [M. L. LlcheuHiein, I Edward Darlington i.. „ H. Jackson, U aÎo ' H * «will, Anthonj Higgins CAPELLE Ä Ä 8' ' RTt'ave i£ r V denl - _ r * TAYLOR. Treasurer national, bank na» o. ° F ' Wll.MlNOTON. OUT o» TM* Public MoNaya JIAL AGENTS OE THE TED HTATEH. " led 'K», UN D BETTS, PHMinkkT. Ä^G,- Ä Äära e fur arge. U llay», Monday« and Thursday. B.8$$* VT0R » Ikey, Mr Comb, unes. D«»r K e w. Bu.h, Ell Garrett, 'I Bancsolt. Jr lH:. B - sharp. AJII» .MARKF.T 8 T 8 . DRESS GOODS ' r ®*UUCED PU ICES. & Black Silks. Direct from the Importer. ÏÏS Si. CASSIMERES. 7601 kl «ck we bare Al "0 a full n n# of ever offered. ÄS*«" Per yard, ■ B. 8HARP, lfc UABKET * BT8. OleonarKarlB«-Arilflcl«l Uul t*r. Hy *" act Of the last General Assembly of Maryland, approved April 5. 1KJ8, it was made obligatory on any person »«II or oaring to »«II any artlcu or sub stance in »vinblance of butter or cheese not th« legitimate product of the daity, and not made exclusively ol m Ik or cream,^ but into which the oil animals, not produced from ini k, enters aH a coinporieut. part the reel, to »tamp, brand or mark on every tub, box, hi kin nr package the word "Oleomargarine." — Jn case of retail sale the set provide» that lhe » e * ler ® h «' 11 . '*.'liv«Pr with each ».tich a written or printed label bearing plainly 1 fat of < the word "Oleomargarine," under the jienalty of one hundred dollars for each violation of the act. This stringent law has prevented the introduction of oleo margarine butter into being at least 8|>«rially sold title. If sold at all it must, therefore, he sold surreptitiously and w ith a full know ledge of the risk incurred. Elsewhere, in other States of the Union and in for eign countries, this artificial butter finds a sale—limited in the first case, large iu the last. Yet the manufacture flouishes. It is reported, on what appears to lie good authority, that iu tiie United States two millions of dollars have been invested in the business, the largest factories for the manufacture of this artificial butter being in New York and Philadelphia. The New York company sold, it is said, in one large contract, in 1870-7, no less than 3,21*0,000 pounds, and in another contract in 1877, no less than 1,000,000 pounds of oleomargarine butter. Up to the end of February la t, accord ing to Dr. Mutt, It bad reduced no less than H,000,000 pounds of animal fat to butter, w hich, allowing, as est imat*'d,one sixth of the weight of the crude material for 1« s» in manufacture, would leave over six an 1 a-lialf millions of pounds of th » ailiticial butter to be disposed of either for domeri ic cousumption or for export. The great bulk of the demand has been thus far for shipment to foreign countries. This new commercial pro duct, though highly approved by experts abroaJ, and regarded as a valuable ad junct to the food supplies, has never at tained to any large sale with us. Else where it is «the* wise. In France it is said to be iu general use, neaily all the hospitals using it. 1 u Austria one factory manufactures two hundred tons annual ly, chiefly for export, and theie are also oleomargarine factories in mar y paits of Germany. Whether the quality of this product be good or bad, whether it be, as alleged, quite as nutritious as real butter, there appears to be almost everywhere a popnlar prejudice against it when it is offered for sale as oleomargarine. Abroad, where it is put up in firkins and sold as genuine but er, it finds many customers. There is no !aw tie re making a distinc tion between the real and the spurious article, and the very fact that many of the factories profess to be large exporters is proof that it is difficult to force its sale for domestic consumption in the vicinage. Laws like that of Mary land, making it a misdemeanor to nril oleomargarine for other than it ically is, marked effect in restricting Its consump tion, even though »11 tiie analytical chemists »hau Id declare, as some of the now do, that it contains all the consti tuents ol genuine butter, and is better than much of it.— Unit. Sun. markets, none nder that j. on Id have Au Old Sailor** Complu! ill II looked ton And Foreigner* Manwhuf Foreign Songs Heard in Our «hips. N arg, (hi li nul To the Editor of The Hi n — The United Slates ship M; at tlm Biooklyn Navy yard to-d.iy. T persons living iksliurc »he might hav looked well, hut, ala»! an America arrived ell a »hip looks lor M ar Id not say that tin well. She did not look like man-of-war hy ci Yankee shot. No Y kee aii wolored 1 .»aw had All our ships that e of-war that eve r 1 saw, and profess to have seen a few, had black inted »pars, and white-painted lower bite mastheads, atni that .ay all ships looked well. If 1 haml't mi the good old A wer loan flag at her spanker peak I would have taken the Marion for a ''lime-juice."ship, or English ship of war. It is too had. When 1 first shipped in the navy, everything about it looked American ; but things have changed very much for the worse, don't know just how many men there are in the navy, but I do know that it would not take mu long to count the. American», for it is a find ten Americans in auv ship in the navy. As to the officers, I don't pretend to know much about them, but I know they are not like they used to be, for be fore and during tho war they came for honor, but that is more than I can say for those that have taken their places. There are some gentlemen among them, but they are few ami far between. In any Uuited States ship of war you visit, you will not find more than seven per cent, of Americans. About fifty per cent, are llnglisli mau-of-wai's- men. Iu tact, the English have almost got the whole charge, as it is not safe to be heard saving that you are an American. Then the Germans are 'J5 per cent., and the Scandinavians and others, 23 per cent. There is no rule laid down for shipping The order comes from Washing many men, regardless of nation dity. So long as they pass the doctor and answer the questions, that is all that is required. I hive known men to ship in the navy that could not speak any kind of Eng lish. 1 don't know that unv criminals come, but they might, for all we know, as they are never asked for a reference. If they answer that they have been to sea before, although they have not been in the uavy, that i» enough, and then they are asked a few question» about a ship, ami are passed. It is a rare tiling to hear an Ameri;an song sung in the navy at present, I can tell you. But it is not a rare thing to bear a ''lime juice," or a Dutch »ong or »tory. I do wish it was as it used to be before and during the war, for then it would be a navy, butai present you for tramps and As it is, an pars. i ! musts, an I thing now to men. ton to »hip recommendation mialit call it a lein« runaway foreign sailors. American sailor don't car« about staying in the navv, because lie has no Ute He is watched worse than a there. _ , tliief, and punished for the least offence. There is no allowance made for him, be ing an American, hut if a Dutchman or an Englishman is the offender, he is ex cused For not knowing any better. The majority of the present U navy oflieers don't like a sailor that has any grit in him, and all American»», Hall in particular are noted for their grit. Those Englishmen and Dutchmen would lie. d«wn ami let an officer walk on them, hut no American sailor win ne walked on if he knows it. At least I It was only the other day that I heard four or five English man-of-wars men shipped in our navy blowing about the Bi îtish navy aud British Government being so much better than our'»,and about bow quick England could lick uh, until 1 couldn't »tana it any longer, and 1 told them to dry up, and asked them it they knew where they were. They turned on * me like ho many lions, and X thought they would tear me to piece». The up shot of it was they got the bettor of mu. concluded to say no more, and, for the Hak« of getting along, thought I would try bereifter to he an Englishman Dutchman, but it wouldn't work. My American grit got the better of me. Please »ee If you can't help to get up an American na^y again Sneak a word for the Hoys in Blue. Condemn the for eign rules that exist here, and ask tin- adoption of American rules instead. Jan. 20, 187'J. or a Truk Blue. The Berate Committee on Commerce had a long session on the New York house iionn valions yesterday,hut came to no decision. It. is expected they will be disposed of to-day. No confirmation lias been received in Washington of the report that Kitting Bull has crossed the Canadian boundary into American Territory. all by New' Yoke, Nov. 26, 1877. Dr. V. W. Blanchard: During the past year I ha preparations or py to say they have met prescribed your various Food Cure, and feel hap my most expectations,giving to patients long enfeebled tty blood poison, chronic disease, or over drug dosing, the medod nutrition and nerve force. Prof. CLEMENCE H. LOZIKK, M ■ D., Dean of Horn. Med. College and Hospital lor Women, New York. A Is ja 20-12 FUit 8 A LsK. FFiCE OF M M. CHILD. 0 REAL ESTATE BROKER, NO. 4 WKKT SEVENTH STKEET. (Exchange Building ) I offer for sale the following described dwellings. situaUd In Wllmingtou : No, 1—A large, double, two and a half stone house, with two and a half story hack buildings, with large front, side and hack yard and all the modern Improve ment», with handsome terraced front No. 2.—A tine 3 story brick dwelling on 6th street near Washington, modern Im provements, large side yard, good loca tion. No. 3 —Beautiful three-story brick, with three-story hack building, and Ohio gray stone corner», »limited on Delaware ave , containing U rooms, In good order, with the modern Improvement* No. 4.—A large three-story brick, with three-story hack but Id lug shoaled at No. 1203 Delaware avenue, In complete order, with all modern Improvements. Term» easy and possession at once. No. 6.—,» ihree-story bricks on Washln ton strtet, between )2th and 13lh, with h ihe modern improvements, with front, side and hack yard, and beautiful portico» In front. No. 6.-8 two-story brick» with two-story back buildings, with modern convenien , »Hunted on Lombard street above 10th. Terms accommodating, new and com plete. No. 7 —Four new two-story brick houses on Walnut street between llth and 12th — Term» accommodating. No. 8.—Fine three-story brick dwelling, No. 20*i West Htieet. with modern Improv ed», possession at once. No. 0 — Large lhree-»tor.v brick dwelling, with all the modern improvements, in plete order, situated on Market street, bet ween 121 h and 13lh; lot 160 feet deep. No. 10 —Brick stable, on West 12th street near Market, lu good order, wllli a good yard back. No. 11.—Lot with green house thereon, at the northwest corner oi Delaware Ave ; and Jeitersou streets. No 12-Fine three and a half story brick with Ihree-story hack buildings, situated Market street between 8th and Dili, 2nd door above MasonicTe ein conveniences, also a stable lhe hack end of lot. location .or a physician. No. 13.—Three-story bflck, No 907 Mar ket street, lot extending through to Milp ley street, (would take part payment If locution would suit.) No. lft.—Three story brick.7 rooms, No. Jellersou street. No. 16.—Three-»lory brick, with modern riprovemeiits. No. 702 Tali ml I »tree . N»>. 17_Three-story brick, No. 7<>4 Tat No. 18.—Two-story brick on Union street No iu_2 two-slory bricks on Loverlug venue near LI No. 2*'.—Frame house in Mel No. 21— Splendid dwelling ton a hove Tenth, wi h Iront pon der. A1 I ilh all mod King .Splendid p.e, Her house li nul I •il ville. a»hlng aml many oili t of Market »treet. yard. In excellent ci « both tust and FOR RENT. for rent the following M. M. Child off» dwellings: Market street. •* 1317 Delaware avenue. " 121-3 Delaware aveu " 202 West street. *' 217 Jefferson »tree!. " 828 Washington street. " 1112 King street. *o5 Shipley- street. " 12(J8 Delaware avenue. •• 9t> Delaware avenue. '• 92o Madison sireet. " 331 E. Fourth street. 822 W. Fouith street. • Apply to M M. CHILD, No. 4 West seventh street. Jan2l-tf OK H6NT—Second.«lory front room OK H6NT—Second.«lory front room in Gii/.clle building, 416 Market street. Apply ut this office. _ F 71 OR SA L E.—Two two-siory Bnek J Dwellings iu Sycamore sWeet, near ..faiyland Avenue. Cheap, and only NW cash required on botli. J T. HjcaM). Janl 1.15,18 « )a>ton House BulldMig. nUk HALE, _F A Store Property, with 15 acres of Sand, good brick dwelllnghouse and other out-buildings. Price #3,6uo. A bargain. Apply to EVANS PENNINGTON, oc 119. _ Eighth and Market et». OR HALE.—Four new two-story six Walnut street, F room brick houses, between llth and 12th street». For Infor mation apply to J. Augustus McCaulley. Seidel, Hasting A Co's, Rolling mill, or dec94-lm* BOo Del. lie. F OR SALK.— A highly improved farm of 103 acres,In WnlteClay Creek hun tired. All enclosed ln Osag» Hedge. Di vided into five fields. L*ar»e apple chard in full bearing. Public Softool ad lolnlng the farm. Buildings—Large Man sion,Double Tenant House, Barm Granary _d all otl er building» neoesÄry on a first class form. 2 mile» from station p. W.A B. K. K. Centrally located. 9 lies from Wilmington. Apply JNO.W. WHIT EM Real Estate ag't, 2 W. Fourth street oct21-wAsd-w Wilmington, l'e or on to AN. For Sale. Foui building lots at H. corner Fi nt and Jackson streets. .. , Three lots lu Jacksou between »Ixth nd Seventh. v j_ lots in Fifth between Van .^uren and Harrison streets. Five lot» on Gilpin Avenue between hîr. rlson and Broome streets. Five lot» adjoining and north of ühe above, lots at H. W. corner Harrison and Loveriug Avenue. lots on Delaware Avenue between Harrison and Broome. lots on Pennsylvania Avenue and Fourteenth street. _ A „ THOM AH R. LALLY, Real Estate Agent, 602 Market street. F a Ki I 1 on i Fl dec28-tf B KSIT8 Collected bu«I Propvr llc« Carcftilly Maua*e4. C«BVf,antluit *ecura««ly Ex eciiied« Iil'iAlil» & 4. ft.* Clayton House Builaluff. Ja n4-s>kw im ___ F OR RENT.—House. Blacksmith and Wheelwright Shop«, in the »tb Ward Apply to T. L. MUUoLSlr Janft-uawtf A LL FEKHONS Who wim to Rent, buy or sell Farm», may nave trouble and pen»e by entering their name« at Vhiteman's farm agency, NO, 2 Weil FourthBt. sep6-'Htaw-Awtf THE BLANCHARD Blood <& Hem FOOD Isa Pure Concentrated LIQUID FOOD, prepared directly from the WH F AT KEHNEL without Fermentation, and retaining ail oi its BLOOD NEUVE AND BRAIN restoring elements in a natural .tale of vital isatlon. o Nervous Debilitv wiilrn underlies all forms of eim ease,is litis Fo< '•For the prescrits*! AND NERVE FOOD to all ages, from eighteen tliree years. In every c been exactly that claimed by you. It is by far tlie most valuable ami reliable Ionic I have ever met with. Kdwakh Hutton Smith, M. D.. 20 Irving Place, 6ew York. do Dis use ol sjieedlly overcome by the year past 1 ha THE BL constantly ANCHARD BLOOD in y patients ot .tbs to elglity the result lias 00 D AlT XjAST i DRUGS A Substitute For FOOD Is inode a curative agent hy con centration and artificial digestion simple In Its application that The ad vice of Physicians is not required. Thousands of recoveries from chronic diseases are reported, where the hestmedl cal skill has failed. Many of Lhe best Physicians throughout the country are DISCARDING DRUGS and using the BLANCHARD BLOOD AND NERVE FOOD with the moat grat ify lug results, permanently relieving all forms of Physical and Mental Debility. The Dyspeptic and Consumotive Patient, sufferers from Mularial or Blood Poison ing together with the entire list of com plaints peculiar to the Female Hex find in the use of this Food sure and speedy re lief. ! Is Nrw York, November 26, 1677. Dr. V. W. itl.AKCUAHD : During Uie pre.crlbed your various preparations of Fond Pure, and fuel happy y most .anguine past year J Im to say they have met expectut Ion», giving to pal i en is long fee Died by blood poison, chronic disease, or over drug dosing the needed nutrition and nerue force. Prof. CLEMENCE 8. LOZIER, M. D., Dean of Horn. Med. College and Hospital for Women, New York City Hundreds of oases of BRIGHT'» DIH KAHE of the Kidneys have been reported cured. For Neuralgic and Rheumatic I dseasea it is al most a spécifie Physical and Mental Debility from the use of Alco hol, Onium and Tobacoo or from any un namable cause, find in this Food a natu ral and pot remedy. Fob the INTELLECTUAL Worker lhe UiiAlUUAHU Blood and Nerve Food affords a certain au<l natural means oi supplying the waste of the bral ing lrom labor that will euable him to do better and more work than ever before, without danger of mental »train. A » a remedy for the los« of Appetite and want of vigor, physical and mental, la children, this Food ha» no rival. re«ult 11.00 »er Botllfi, orO for »5 00 BOLD BY ALL DRUOG18TS. Or sunt hy Express receipt of price. Andover Theological Hbminakv, AlJclover, Mass., March 29. Itf78. Life Food Is an excellent thing. I hesitation, after Your have ol it, In recommending It in case... ~ chronic dyspepsia and nervous prostra lion. thorough trial iH Ol Rev. Dr. AUSTIN PHELPS. THE BLANCHARD FOOD CURE SYSTEM now receiving such popular ap preciation Is dearly set forth iu a 64 page pamphlet which will be sent to any ad recelpt of 28 centN. Address, dress Blanchard'Food-Cure Co £7 Unlou Square« Mew York. y23-dlyeodA w New Year 1879 Commence It right by going to cni:p:p:E:isr 5 s For your TEAS and COFFLLo. We have the best 50 CENT TEA, AND 25 cent Breakfast Coffee Sold In this city. Try them. COFFEES FROM 14 CT8. lb. UP. TEAS FROM 25 CTS. lb. UP. a full line of hlgn grade Teas and Coffees, and the best old Dutch Java Im ported 3 lbs. for 81.00 OUR STOCK OF FANCY GOODS, Al Vases and Japanese Ware offering low to close and make room for New Uoods. We Sugars Mold at Cost. Pure Pepper & Spices a Specialty. N. B—We also give to purchasers of Teas and Coffees elegant present» of Vases, Glassware, Toys and Fancy Goods. Crippen's Tea Stores Me. 3 West Third St.» —AND— OGF^Only 3 doors from Market street. Look for Red Fronts and Name, Crippen. riAflOR PIA X «ft«. For »aoo &U|iwards WBOASTM For »4S and Upwards FOB GASH OB 1NBTAZ.MNTB AT BOBEI KH A KIIO., 710 MARKET ST. ELAWABK CARPET HOUSE, 309 MARKET STREET, D ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DHL Tbe cheapest laoe tn the city to bn» you CAliPETS OIL CLOTHS MATTINGS ANL window shade Henry Greebe 309 MARKET ST N. B.—Rag Carpet woven to and lowest mar kettest nottee dMjor CLOS X3STC3- OTTT I 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 (lost, (for cash only), and in order that I have good workmen, I must keep them employed hy the year, which I do, and therefore look for a liberal patronage. at Ferd Carson, the Tailor 233 Market St. decl4 1y • Poor Man's Friend Not Dead Yet. ZE3I. FAYTSR, 20 8 M ABKET STREET. Will be open an usual on MONDAY, JANUARY 27th, foe the sale of MEN'S CONGRESS AND BUTTON GAITERS. S08 Market St. 208 dccl4-3inos THE ARCTIC ICE & COAL COMPANY OFFICE, No. * HAST »ECOAD STREET H tVE THE! S3E2I 11ST THE CITY. WM. PENN AND TURKEY RUN PUT IN SKLEARS FREE. am WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J. B. CONBOW & HON, Prop'rs. dZS BBS 9 lyfl- If Pratt's Astral Oil. Bupplle» fully the want for a perfectly safe and reliable IlluminatingOllfor fam ily use, free not only from the danger of explosion but from the danger of the fluid Igniting should Lhe lighted lamp be upset. It l.i put up ln 1 gal, and 8 gal. tin cans, each of which 1» closed with a metal cap, bearing the manufacturer'* stamp. Hav ing bandied »everal hundreds or thousand» o'gallon» of thi* oil without a single acci dent resulting from IU use we can confl de iillly recommend It as a perfectly and safe oil. For sale wholesale and Z. JAMES BELT, Cor. Hixth A Market Rta. Physicians' Pocket Cases, Buggy Cases, &c.,for sale by Z. JAMES BELT, Cor. Mxlh A Market 8U. «URG1CAL INSTRUMENTS.— The most complete stock, and the largest as sortment of .Surgical Instruments hlbited In this city, rices. Illustrated catalogues furnished Z. JAM EH BELT, Cor. Hixtn A aVIarket Ht». Prof. J. A. Going's Horse Remedies (Veterinary Editor of "Spirit of (he Tiitfi ") Uoing's Worm Destroyer, Copeman's Ton ic Powder, Going'» uollc Powder, Going's Cough Powder. Going'» "Anatomy <>r 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. JAMK8 BELT, Wholesale A Retali Drngglst, Cor. Hixth A Market HU*. pure retail by ever ex For sale at New York >y la A IMF.N' DEPARTME IT, For Huppor Htockiugs, Anklets, K , Braces, Trusses, Elastic Caps, Syringes, Ac. «^Private Room. Lady Attendant. > rivate entiance for Ladle» at No. 1 West Hixtn street. Z JAMES BELT, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Corner Sixth and Market greets. Wilmington Delaw 1 Tho liest Qualities of MEDICINES AT WILLIAMS' Tiie Most Reliable Proprietary Medicines, At Ninth and Market. Choice PERFUMERY. COLOGNES. Ac. AT WILLIAMS' A fine assortment of HAIR, TOOTH, and NAIL BRUSHES, At Ninth and Market. A choice Imported Key West, Prideof Key« Greuley Cigar, AT WILLIAMS' Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS Strong and Pure, At Ninth and Market, AT WILLIAMS West Fine AMERICAN A IMPORTED Soafs A t Ninth and Market. '•Get the best" WI' LIAMS' SAPONA CEOUS DENTIFRICE, AT WILLIAMS' Chotee Goods, Accuracy in Jisponsinff and Reasonable Prices. WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE Corner Ninth aad Market SDl2-tf A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OP Boots and Shoes! 0APÜEL MeGMSKER 316 W.a »coud ML, Is getting In his FALL STOCK of Boots and Shoes, which he will be able to sell at a GREAT REDUCTION from his former prices. He wishes his friends and public In general to give him a call, as he Is determined ou keeping the good goods î and selling them at LOW PRICES! ye27-d Aw3m Now is Uie nme TO BUY YOUB STOVES J and GET YOUR Heaters Put in Ordet. 1 have Just reduced the price of all Cook , Parlor aud Heating Stoves to suit the Uartl times. . Call aud see the prices before you buy. It. MÖBHISSOS, Cor. Tlilr# Slilpley N. B_Heaters oheaper Uian ever. oovPtt _ in H. KENT A CO. D. Importers and Manufacturers' Agents for IKON, IRON, STEEL. STEEL, HARDWARE HARDWARE, AND COACH MATERIAL. Have the Largest Stosk of Goods In tbe 6tate In their line, and best assorted slock In the United stales, NO. »0 AND 2t7 SHIPLEY AND MO ND 812 ORANGE STREETS. WlLMlIST Oil. David KGloskey THF HATTEIi. SIS Market Street, (Adjoining Opera House.) t^Tha latest styles constantly on hand Kll-ix him n call. U B E A. 4 e niR " 9 Third 1Vl|»nint£to*s. street, ar i 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. Rugs and Mattings, Window Shades, Boots and Sl oes, to -ware. Tin-ware, Croquet, Toys and Dolls, in large variety. Boy's Velocipedes, Express Wagon*, Doll Carriage». large variety. Crockery-ware, G1 Wheel barrows Baby Carriages in large variety. Call and be convinced that we can an will sell with tho cheapest. ADAMS & BROTHER 506 MARKET STREET 506 W II I JN GTO?T, DKLAWABK N. R—FRUIT JARS Fashionable Inrmtureï J. & J. PC HARMAN, Nu. - 4 IO klag Street, WILMINGTON. DEL ipectfuily lnfürxr the eitlj Wilmington, md the sur* 9 continue hand ware We re» • % , * sens of v ' rounding country th' :w '? - to manufacture amt Keen o at our large and long established rooms, Furniture of every variety and style, consisting of Mahogany Kosewaod and Walnut Furniture suitable for parlar, d»anlng-room and chamber uses. Our assortment of Furniture Is larger and more varied than can be found In Delaware« and all articles sold at our establishment are warranted as represented. Venltlan Blinds of the most fashionable designs made to order and kept constantly on hand. We also manufacture and oon stautly keep a large assortment of Bprln Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses J. A J.N. HARMAN PATENTS obtained for new invention*, or for impramemmÉr old ones, for medical or other compound», 9# marks and labels. Caveats, Aeeignmente, *# ferences , Appeals, Suite for tnfringemenie, trnm all eases arising under the Patent Latce ,pi nsw hi attended tn.—— Inventions that have W» bp the Paêe*t ef fet map still, 4* _ most eases , ^ h e patented oy us. tsexng opposite the V. S. Patern/ Department, and engaged in Patent businese wv clusively, ice can make closer searcher, and $ Patents more promptly, and with broader elahtm, Washington. ♦ send us a m ed el or sketok/qf your devise; to paten free ofsharge. All sorrespondence stri fldential. Prices low. and NO CHAMO LESS PATBWT 1» SMC UM BO. Ws refer in, Washington, to Bon. PestmdSBr General I). M. Key, Mss. V. D. Power, The Osrmtm - Amsrisan national Bank, to cfleial* in the Ü. ■. Patent Off es, and to Se n ato rs and Bepr—emAsÊBBe in Congress : and evpoetalht to our shouts tn A s Unifies and tn q— »Ja. Addrsm !Üra«ÜÉSL. REJECTED nte fro INVENTORS M ake examinations