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ISilelphla*. 1299 2 30, 4.00, ,
9% p.'m- ° n * *•<*•
m'iatw'irtAhJJ®** P™* 1239 I
Ywr M.indaVs ^a m.648,p. ra!
m i.^antl Washington: 1251,2.10,
JS" 1267. leb ft l H - U) 2e,pra.jBun
12 si» 2 * l u , ! , '4flJ} Ä p U ni • no Sunday
i Depo*»» • ' *■
Castle: 020, »Iß a m; 108,630p
n Sunday train.
a ware R- **••
du y train.
A North
R. R.: 6 28 a
«"61» p m; no Sunday train. ,
,w»re "'^'/oVsm
,,M ^kVivkat wilminoton. .
mHUisi'ina: o. »10 I 06 H m ;
l,.„. vi u, 12 Sundays:* 12
111 IVn Sow 'll 10 p m. *
A 106*,M24 a in; 12 44, 12 87
Hundayn : 12 13,1 06
12 27 128*
* • a4(]
» 10 a m; 1 06 , 6 30
ininRtoii
M» 2 *
l'" 1 ' *>04,8 to, 9 4t, a in; 12 27,
' ' on Mundaya: 2 04 a m
10
ft 3rt P ni,
ra
Hunday
**00 a
,rt Deposit *
*• lu.ai 1210 m; 1
• ••* ' ,,,, Hunday trains.
'ajLware R. B.: M rï) 1210 * u» I
p in: no Hunday tralus.
Ä'.'Äy train. '
u^ware western R. R.: 7 8ft am;
e on sundavs : 8 Of *> ro.
1 II.MII10 TON leave PHIL
i .tfeet and* Washington ave-'
r -'^, I no, in ;tf), li 48 a m; 2 30, 3 30.
s ift,' « 15.9 4fl, 11 30 pm; on Hun
io!Ts^.n<Taiirt , M«Jt .ireel.: 1
1 y * h 18 , 3 88, »30, 1130 pm;
îia vs : » 30.'ll 3o p m.
K-.R
. 12
It uli/ib 4 W 6 .
IsVAltK WKHTEHN KA I A l>
Ln." I>r hour». DU »"'< Bfler Keh.
F will run »» toilow« ;
|wmniil|lIou,î l» «• ™.,1U 0« »■ m.
(Avondale, H.S* a. m., 12 M noon,
Pomeroy O.öö a.
iila I o 6 46 a. m.,
tug. Irave
ve A
. I
h!»L > itojv»; S5 . }J n 1?j ..p.
perlntendeut.
.. IDMiNGTÜ» A
TIMOKK RAID ROAD.
'November 10. i87h.
sill leave Wilmington as follows
;
P pa and Intermediate Btatlons,
l„ wo h. in., 2 30 , 4 00, 7 20,
<■ I ilii I a ( Express) 9.CO, 9.80, am.
ki. iNmv* \ orE, ^ 37,7 05, ».60, a m,
or« 4 aud intermediate Btatleus,
[ore anil u ay Dine, 7.08, a. m.
igLon,l25l,2 1*,H3»,
1(U,5,1M, 0 26, p. tn.
i«.r Delaware Division, leave for:
asMe.ti.'iü, 9.15, a.
limn hikI Intermediate Htatlous,
i., i 05, •;..») p.iu.
,.l Intermediate Htallous».15
e uij'l W,»-l
. 1.06,8 an. p.m.
J, P
INS.
nl Intermediate Htallons
r t
bptu
York, 2.09, a. m ,
i.l WashlHglou, 12 51, 2 10
utgers
ed at tlie
KENNEY,
vei intendent.
tllll
V
P!
II. I
[KTIAANM SAVINGS lv
AKK KT HT RE ET
K 1 » .1
ns daily from » A
I*. d., Mini oh Tuesday and Hal
IMU4H fr«. m 7 l«» « «»'«•lock.
1- WM A D DIVIDEND,
..I
April
lth<
tti«*y
.
«L
I.-,
fe 'M.us
i.i< 1
MANAGERS.
ll 4 in
f. Hush,
(.-« H, Capelfe,
, AI. D. Diciieusleln,
«I 1
I».
1 *1
Job 11. Ja«
Win, II. 1
\iiUion> Higgins.
«.»hü. W. BUHli, President.
LACK DDK, Vice President.
W.T. TA Y I.OK. Treasu
I*..- .
!M,
A A 1 ION A L HANK
OF WILMINGTON.
dut of the Puhlio Monkyb
AND
IA L AGE NTH OF THE UN
TED HTATEH.
J> BKTTH, President,
fd. D. ARMHTRONG, i
tspltal,
jihlaaml N«w Y«>rk Exchange ftir
rsguiar Dei*oslu»rs without charge.
t days, Moudays and Thursdays
'AHlilRH
I600,»60.
u DIRECTORS.
8. Hmytb
iey,
McComb,
George W. Bush,
Ell Garrett,
Ham '1 Bancroft, Jr
L . . William Tatnall,
kawur.i ben*
fees. Coffees.
! Rousted CofTeo tor 2 5 cts
,"^u*d « ofTee for I 4 cts.it>
J-oMte for it: eta. lb
. ted cw«4°ror 2 * H |£ta !h
U«»a>UMi coffee r«, r n ct*! lb
Uioi* 0 l irettkfi4,, t Coffee, •..*> cts! ib
28 eu. lb
3üci 5 lb
*iitol^j* (,0V ' 1 Java, aicta. lb
r kiiuîmï'« .. . 8&cts. ib
- Ul,M I« the best Imparted.
1

STE-W LOT
T RECEIVED
U
fa.
us!
Teas!
' ' "r Celebrated r ,o ot. Teas,
aok, J;.,,»,, orMIxod.
• sijiaelL*«wLot Wl,h
. . ** «0 to *1 00 per Ib.
l "neor SU x ftr .,. lllBott ^
•y Tea
Kuinous
enilfir % Smtioo n a n _, n u.
W a eins a Sp ci?lty.
A (|| 5 rn
HJ) N I |>2) S t H T O
I U lui lo
3 VAfrvrv* Tr 1 „
ln.irdj St
—AND— '
B. Pnof, o „
k St.
"ln 51I.M f,
wrong Store, remem
InnW 00r8 „ from Market
i,» or llt< l Fronts amt
M a uinc.
*
s. watt,
1009 Market Street
LUmbei^
am *«*a«i
flTTKI*
Failli«» In Valentin,*«.
A NKW ]>KI* Altl'IltK IN THE COW 10 LINE
AND bOMJt NEW FEAIUUIM IN OAMTLY
PATTKItNH.
Next Friday introduces St. Valentine'll
day, and the windows of the stationers
an* illuminated with tin* usual thuning
pi,.j un . s ft ||d doggerel verses that find
such ready purchase with the small boy
ami misdiievo
mi.ss lient on getting
ev ,.,
ilii some com panic
with a rihald satire. The styles this year
are almost endless, but there is a decided
lack of novelty.
qq,,. v |«. known as the "cameo valen
tine," so imnli favored last year ia proud
11 e 11 ' I y reproduced this
on |y j„ small points (I
lias been anew departure in the comic
line, however, which is styled the vafei.
tine of "useful articles." These consist
articles as a cak« of soap, a tooth
brush, apd similar goods, and are design
ed to conrey a gentle hint of cleanliness
to t * ,li r ' MV ' v,M * These arc incased in
paper boxes, each heai ing a vers** intend
ed to point out a feint without inflicting
• enemy
ui
f detail.
'1 here
insult.
., Tllu f b . llt few maker, of yalen
.tines in tin* city, and net more than a
do/cn in I lie wl ole Middle and Eastern
States. The custom of sending valen
*. » .. » '«unlry .li.l not be:
general before 1K54, when a firm of New
(York intrudin' d th**ir manufacture in
t||H United States. Very few
imported from foreign countries. The
lace paper used in the making of f «ncy
.valentines, however, is i in pored from
K'-Kiuml. Tim Knnlisli valentines are
madcof more substantial stork, hut are
not so graceful in design as the best
American patte i us.
Tlie demand for t!.e us fui ait cle lias
been very great, and the inanfAct* rois
have b« eu comp.-! led topr lit extra editions
of the cards. The comic valentine was an
orginal idea of A, J. Fisher,a New Y<ik
deafer, w ho secured a c pyright of tlie
ttyfe. 'J he demand for the cotueo ha al
so been gr* at this sea-on. Tin y have
been vastly improved by doing away with
the usual scrap hook pictures, and sub
stituting silk, velvet anil artificial Uowers.
These retail al! tlie w ay from live cents to
twenty-live dollar*.
That very lit le lafent is employed in
preparing t he sentimen s for these at ti
efes is evident hy the character of the
vers* s. Mo t of this literature has s* en
service f.otu time immemorial, much of
the r* al |mm* ry having been suppii d by
tl e old poets "An extended ki owledgeof
tl e rhyming di*nonary is woith more to
a man in tlie business then tlie inspira
tion • f a poet," savs a manufacturer. "In
fact."
write comic poetry." II*» referred, of
course, only to comic vafenMne poetry.
i
tins authority, "anyhnhy can
An Kvlnle Ikl, «<■. ,■ B, l.«|.
HOW A PHOPRHTY
A 1'1'OKTI
From th«* St. Lout* Glohe Dcrnocrat.
six mm LIONS WAS
i.NKI* AMON«! TKN HKIltH.
M entiou was ma«ie yesterday of th
lotfeiy scheme lor tin* ja
betwe. 11 he r?
of lands
in
d it was supposed that.
tl-e Bailey e-dato
ay f*»r the first tu
divi.si*
:
tii
.1*1«* I
«■ 1
this State. It u 1 >|
ever, that
«• « f the lar^<- t «-stac* in Missouri w«*s
1H*;.M,4,
, I
«1er the di
partiti
1011 ol Mr. Britt«»
iie estate ot P. t« r Li Udell,the r. al estât«*
1 In r
A, Kill*, couns. h»rf
valih il at abinit < &h,h0h,0h0.
hoi,.' belli«
: Who'« * Slat«*.—
xo-i.ted for that
«•*•11 th** heirs tin- citv and
• prising the wli
r-'t. ly sin veve.l,mind
W
!
<
Then
h of tin
tilled t<
ill*
By v
p.ti p, se bet
«• ot
t.) v l«»ts, <■
1
1 ami
II (
s, f:.-«i..
platte«!
it
1 /
!pras«*l by ('
, .lam* s T. Swit
le* H. Peek. They thei
t*> 10 equal slum i
«1 with its plat
e.Ils. Until« day
«•is Cluirle- K 1 >1
an« I C
»i'k«
• ll video tin* lota
as bo«
1
I «1
sir«-«*
of the all
in 1 he untiuish.-il r
htory at the soulh«*ast corner of tl
hers
nt, in the
et
the
* first
if tiie
•spective
«1 r; the
Lin«I« II !i
1. Tim 1U
he
» written
1 to 10 by tl»«- c
shan*.H f 1
10 mi 111 b* rs vt
t«*
1
! names of the 1U heirs
10 othersqu.ire pi**ces of paper aim placetl
in another hat. Neither one of the hers
knew the contenta of either on«* of the
b iuii-4 Volumes containing the several
shares. Wheu all was ready a crippled
boy hefAging, pishing ou WasliingtoU
avenue, was called in, hlindfolded under
protest aud directed to draw one paper
di hat, thus <l(;siguatihg tlie heir
aud the heir aud the number of the share,
and to continue un il the drawing of lots
Was completed. The blindfolde«! boy
was released an* 1 bright tears glisteu«*«l
in the eves as lOguldeti half eagles were
u into his hands ami lu* was told
ha«l completed the division of the
great L ! tulell estate to the satisfaction of
all the heirs then present.
es of paper aud piactsl iu a hat; the
itteii
n
ti
*lt oppt*
that he
Tlie Telopiaouo In Chlciigs.
The telephone lu* come into very gen
eral use in Chicago through tie- introduc
tion of the district system.
Ilale, of that city, told a Chicago Tribune
reporter how he diagnosed a case where
lie was c .lled (through the telephone of
the Oistrt«^ Teleg aph Ccinpany) by a
distant patient whose baby a as ill—pre
' sumahly with croup, lie asked the t<*
l Miraturrt ( r 118 body, symptoms, breath
111 ^ fougb, got them to hold the child
| near the instiunieiit till he heard the
I cough ami cry which indicated croup,
I P re8C ' ibed the simple temporary reme
j dies, hud the telegraph office place him
in coiniiiuiiication with a druggist, who
I was lnstrucUî d to prépaie a prescription,
! and in a f**.w minutes the druggist lunl
1 called a messenger and sent him with
the medicine, ami the doctor and tlie
druggist had returned to their beds.
Dr. E. M.
"* *"' Seventh Regiment Armor,
si i bser ip
ln view of tlie tact that
lions to the fund for a new arm* ry for
the Seventh (New York) Regiment »re of
late moderat« in amount ami inadequate
to the proper pmaveutloi, of the
I the general cmini t* e has unanimously
o' decided that the reg ment should bonow
the amount required to complete ami
Ifunisli the new armory without delay
land that application should he made to
the Legislatlire to authorize th- regiment
jus a body corporate, to make a 1« »is» » and
! ds payment. 'I lie proposed ar
inoi y i* to cost about $570,000.
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher in his Sun
«hiv moi ni m/sermon grappled with th«*
chdn-r dlspiitcli iniittt r in its rclittamsta
oilizen* of Louisiana had be« n h-ft to
thelr own rule there never could have
been any question of counting, and the
same is true in Florida aud Sou h Carol»
ns. There was no conscience for the life
erty of the people, but aft er ward» when
they come to ciunr, when they state that
two aud two are live, then they are up
with a conscience."
THE NEW SENATOR FROM LOUI
SIANA.
From the Cincinnati Israelite.
Ho stands to-day the foremost Jew in
our country, and hi* coreligionists can
feel assured that not only will no stain
ever attach to him, but that wherever
are fourni purity of official life, sterling
integrity i|nd spotless nriva'e character
then will also he found the name of Hon.
B. F. .Jonas, of Louisiana. Ah a matter
of interest, to the ladi* s, we might add
that what Mr. Join
oil of the nation, Ins beautiful wife v
be in its social circles. Endowed by
turn with a superior intellect, she is
»gin manner as she is lovely in
id feature. We congratulate the
Jewish people in the good fortune of
hy representatives
C
l„
T
II be i
the co un
ill
cln
form
having two Mich
a: the seat of government.
Laiiok cargoes of Amerir
were taken by four steamer* which?
from N
products
led
There is
York on Satin day.
more hubiuets offering now than the
agents can ivadily handle, and some
ftutt had to remain over till this week fur
w ant of room. The following are the
aggregates: (»rain, 70,000 bushels; 22,b80
boxes cheese. Ü,5UU packages butter,
5,5(12 boxes bacon, 2,120 barrels, and
fi,200 sacks of Hour. The Aus r&lian, of
the Anchor line, had on beard 140 head
of cattle and (JU0 sleep, all of which un
derwent a rigid inspect on hy von inary
surge*.ns besore they Were put on board.
All of them were consignmeii's from tlie
West.

Loud Chelmsford, the British com
mander in »Smith Africa, the other day
i sued a proclamation in which he stated
that the British Government had no
•juanc*l witli tlie Zulus, but only with
King Cetywayo. Judging from tlie bat
tle of the 21st of January, which resulted
in the annihilation of the British fmcc
engaged, the Zulus have someth n * that
looks like a quarrel with the British.
Jleg-ister's Order
Kfoihtku'h Office,
New Castle county, Fob. Bth, 1879.
Upon the application of Patrick Dally,
Administrator of Michael Dally, late ol
WllmlngtMii hundred, In said county,
deceased. It 1* order« d ami directed by the
Register thrt the Administrator aforesaid
give notice of granting ol letters of ad
ministration upon the fstate of the deceas
ed, wltfi the dale ol granting thereof, by
causing advertisement* to be posted with
in forty days from the dale of such letters,
In six of the most public places of the
county of New Castle, requiring all per
having demands against the estate to
piesent tlie same or abide by an act of
::cmbly in such case made ami provided.
And also cause the same to be Inserted
within the same period In the Daily
Gazette, a newspaper published In Wil
mington, and to be continued Hierein three
weeks, e o d.
Given under the hand and seal
; D M (of oftlce of tue Register aforesaid,
**>at New Castle, In New Castle
county aforesaid, the day and year above
written. B. C. B1GUH, Register.
1
ÎTOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
tat** ol the deceased in uni pre
the Admin
Feb. 8th. 1880, or
•t or assembly in such case
Ided.
Patrick laldy, Adm'r.
lebü-3weod
estate the
sent the same «Inly attested
Istrat*
abide the
made aud pr<
bef*
Address, Wilmington, Del.
llrgislir's Onltr.
RRUIHTRK » il
s? Castle Co., Ji
KFICK,
y th. 1871».

»II
F. Me
»I »
Upon the application«)
uiley, Adminlsiratrlx, of Wlllla
Met 'aiilfey, late of Wilmlngh
county, d* , c'd it Is order«*d
the Register llmt the Ad
suld.give notice of the granting of Belt
of Administrai!*
the dcc'd, with the dale of grunting thereof
hy causing advertiseinenls to be posted
within forty days from the date of such
Dett«*rs In.six of the most public places of
tin* County of New Castle, requiring all
< '
on II«l., in said
id directed hy
I n I strut
Ilf*
Estate, of
1*
«In against the Es
bide by
n having dt
tho s., .
hl y In such case
And also cause th«* sa me to be
the same period In the
tat«*, to pres«*
le und
Act of Ass
provided.
•rt«sl wllhl
iwspuper 1 » 1 * * » -
. A/.K I
gt«>
Italitsl in Wilmingl
u
, and to be coutlriNed
*ks (e. o. d.)
. .nder the hand and Seal
ils} Office *»f the R«glster al«
c-> New Castle, In N«*w Castle County
ritten.
herelu three
•said, at
d ye
H. C. BIGGS, Register
aforesaid, the day
NOTICE
All persons having claims against the
Estate of the deceased must present the
duly attesLe«! to the Administ ratrix
before Jan. 7lb, 1880, or abide the
Act of Assembly in such case made and
urovlded.
:
same
CAROLINE F. M CCA U BLEY.
Administratrix.
Jau.O-Jweod
Address. Wilmington, Del.
SHIRTS!
In oGTerlug
CELEBRATED SHIRTS,
T« the public, we would call your atU;
lion to the following pointa :
LOW I IN PRICE,
Being cheaper than the same quality
can be made at boms.
Beautifully Flufebed.
Perfect in Fit.
LafeKt lu Hiy>e.
Cut Lengthwise the Mu*lin.
Fell©*».
The Seams
And guaranteed to give perfect satisfac.
lion.
Try them and you will buy no other
For sale hy
C. S. MORGAN
Market Sireet. 3ra
auUi
WM. B. SHARP.
4ll> AMI» MARKET STS.
NtW DRESS GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Gol'd & Black Silks.
1 porter.
Direct from the li
C10TKS & CASSIMERES.
have ever ottered.
1 «e large«! stock
Also a full Hum of
Carpets and Oil Cloths
prom 5-cis u> ».'.(Kl «icr yard,
WM. B. SHARP,
4t h AND M A U K KT STS.
{aisomine ?s. Whitewasîi,
naisomiuer* ana housekeepers who nav
or year* back been troubled by tb pe
■ oan j >eH ppiied by any person with an ordl
nar y brush. . . . ..
«Sample cards of the slnutea can be aim
o m Uie agent for this Htata.
| j a m || It .4 RD*
| u .. Hr thiud HTKEET
NOS. 6 AND 1 MAHT THIRD STREET
» WILMINGTON, dbl
uZIU
FOB HALB,
» R Rt.NT.- «tara corner 61h and Mad.
Ison streeia. A
febs-tf
F
ÎK'Whpkakman.
Al
(.Soit KKNT— Dwelling W»»liinglmi
C li. gnudnrd.r, with all ::
fences. large yaid. Kent moderate to good
tenant. J. A. BUND A CO.,
f. b7 6i 601 Nhipley street.
A (,'RHH, TO
KVANS PENNINGTON.
8th A Market Hts., Allmond's Building.
Janrf-tf
XT'OK RENT - the lie*
JP tv tu Christiana ViHag»*
pled by John Elliott. For terms apply
l„ JOHN Ml* A LET,
108 and 110 Market street,
W llinlngieii. Lei.
RUCK FARM OF fl
Rent.
T
•d notai proper
occu
rujK RENT.—«'oiehouHB No. 8 We*«t
r 8mirth strict. Possefsl
M. L. LICHTENhTEIN,
Hecretury.
xi
at
once.
Jan24-lrn
FF1UE OF M. M. CHILD.
0
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NO. 4 WEHT SEVENTH STREET,
(Exchange Building )
I offer for sale the r* Mowing described
dwelling*. sltitaUd In Wilmington :
No 1.—A large, doutile, two and a half
half story
and
. with
stone hou
back buildings, with large front, side and
back yerd and all Ihe modern Improve
ment*, with hanosorne terraced front
o. 2.—A due 3 Story brick dwelling
Hireet t ear Washington, modern I
d, good loca
N
till
6th
provements, large side j
MOD*
3—Beau'Uul three story brick, with
three-story back building, anti Ohio gra\
stone corners, sliUMted on Delaware •
nue. containing U rooms, In good order,
with the modem Improvements.
No.4—A targe tbree-story brick,
tbre<*-story back building *1 nated at No.
1203 Delaw a « avenue, in complete »
with all modern Improvements. Terms
easy and possession at once.
No. 6.-3 ihree-story bricks on Washing
ton str> et, between 12th and 13th. with all
• be motlern linpiovemeiitH, with front,
sid*î anti back yard, aud beautiful porticos
IU Nm"î: 8 two-story bricks with two-story
back buildings, will» modern conv -nlen
ces, situated on lombard street above loth.
* acoommocatlng, new und com
N
!th
»rdf r,
1
plele.
o.*7 — Four new two-story brick homes
Walnut street between lllh and lglb.—
Terms accommodating .
No. Fine three-sU»ry brick dwelling,
No. 20: West stieet. with modern luiprov
ments, possession at onoe.
No. » — l^arge Uiree-sU»r.v brick dwelling,
with all the m«d«rn lmproverofnts. in
com ulete order, situated on Market street,
between 12th and 13« h; lot 160 feet deep.
Brlca stable, on West 12th street
goed order, with a good
N
No. 10.
Market,
yard back.
No. 11.-Dot
at tlie northwest corner ol Delaware Ave
nue and Jellerson »treet».
No 12 -Fine three and a half story brick
with three-story back buildings, situated
on Market street between 8th and Mi, 2nd
door above Masonic Temple, with all mod
conveniences, also a stable on KJng
the back end of lot. Splendid
l*h green house thereon,
eru
street,
location ;or a physician.
No. 13_Three- » tory blick, No. J07 Mar
ket street, lot extend ng through to Mrip
tay street, twould take Hinaller house "
part payment If location would suit.)
>io, 16.—Three-story brick. 7 rooms, No.
Jefferson street.
No. 16.—Three sior> brick, with modern
nprovemi.nl» No. 702 Tatnah »tree
No. 17_17iree-stor> brick, No. »04 Ittt
nal sireet.
No. I«.—Two-story brick
near L«
No i ».—i two story
Dlnc<
.
Union street
bricks on Loverlng
lug
aven
No. 2*'.— F
No. 21.—Hpleiidid d
ton a»*ove Tenth, wl h iron, port
var*l. in excellent order. Also man> wlh
èrs bulb east ami west of Market street.
FOR RENT
«•house in MeDowellvIUe.
wadiing
and
•mug
it the following
M. M. Child offers for
dwellings:
No. wo V arket street
•• 1317 Delaware avenue.
•' 12*'3 l»**law
202 Westsiieet.
eet.
«• C17J«*1!
" 8.8 Washington st
" 1112 Kit g street.
«.5 Hid ploy street.
" 12()8 Be
•* »I» Delaware
«• 920 Mail Ison 1
" 331 F. F<
•* 822 W. Fourth sireeL.
Apply to
•are
rtn streel.
M. M. CHILI'*,
No. 4 West seventh sireet.
Ja n2l-tf
lOlv «ALE.
A Store Property,
land, good brick dwelling house
out-buildings. Price •3.0UO.
Apply to EVaNW PENNINGIO
ociia Eighth and Market - ts.
i t h 15 acres of
d other
A bargain.
it room
I xoR RENT.—Second-story 1
4 in uazette building, 416 Market street.
Apply at this office. * _
ox* Hale.
Font building lots at H. E. corner F
and Jackson streets.
Three lots In Jackson between .sixth uu
Hoveulh. _ __
lots in Fifth between Van i*uren md
Harrison streets. .
Five lots on Gilpin Avenue between hsr.
rlsou aud Broome streets.
Five lots adjoining aud north oftheaoeve.
Five lots at 8. W. corner Harrison aud
Loverlng Avenue.
lot« on Delaware Avenue between
Harrison am« Broome.
Five lots on Pennsylvania Avenue and
Fourteenth street. ab R. DALLY.
Reel Estate Agent,
602 Market street.
nl
F
Tw
fiAc^-tr
iagKbaLE.-A high y un proved fe
r of 103 acres,in White Clay Creek huu
All euclo*«ed In Osag- Hedge. Dl
Large apple or
d red.
vlded into five field*,
chard in full bearing. Public school ad
hthiing the farm. Buildings—Large Man
sion.Double Tenant House,Barn, Granary
au«l all oil er buildings necessary on a
r w' a A Kb? "centrally 1 »SÏÏÏÏ. °S
"''«'"'"""WJSrwmîïfc.
Real Estate ag't, 2 W. Fourth stroo
octil-w&sd-w Wilmington, i»e
F or HKM_Hoverul 3J *tory
tlie tiazette bulMIng.
F.NTN C.lIrcU'd and Proper
ties Carefully Man«*»«*.
Couveyaueluic Ae_t'orH«el>' I'-v
eouled. 1 IlEAl-B A' »**"
Clayton House BiiUaing.
Janl-H«S
Rent, buy
A LL PERSON8 Who wish
or sell Farm8, may save trouble and
penHe by entering their namoH at
Willi EMAN'H FARM agency,
No.2We*L FourthHt.
ex
1 h w-A wtf
«««I
UR RENT—A farm suitable lor dairy,
iruek, or grszu K, near Ibu city ol
ugtou. Inquire of ... , r ,„
WM. McCAtTLLEY.
roti Market streel,
Or DEO. U. LOBDELL,
2d a Lombard
K
Wll
Jan29-3taw2w*l A2tw
a** a .ik :ti +
Sn
6 " JV ''.
mm
t ,
For WidDO & Ü pwnrd*
AKOANN
For 845 and Upwards
KOB CASH OB 1N8TALMNTS AT
BOBGI KN A ItKO.,
710 MARKET ST.
CLOSIItTG OTTTI
In order to keep abreast with
for the coming SPRING TRA.D
the progress of the times, and to propare
B, I will sell my Winter Stoek nearly at
Cost, (for cash only), and in ordtr that I have good workmen, I must keep
them employed hy the year, which I do, and therefore look for a liberal
patronage.
Ferd Carson, the Tailor
233 Market St.
decll ly
IDOHSTT PASS. BUT STOB IIST
AT
20 8 MA-KJvET SÏ'EEET,
I have b#
make* them to measure too. Wake i
eru shots, go where you can get good
1 tell you be lays over the in all for
there and f tell you he
makes the best f2 80 gaiter In this town, and he
p, and gi v*- Inm u trial, don't buy no more East
solid leather, II. KAYTKH, W Mark«*t til.
making good fits and using good stock, hisstyle*
are of the lattsi; please to give him cue trial, hi* goods will recommend themselves.—
Men's Congress gaiters made to measure lor *2 60 up, Men's button lo measure #2 On up
Men's French Calf gaiters, band hi itched, lo measure from $4 ri(jto$ff&0, Men's Frei cii
Calf boots, band stitched from $5 50 t*. 7 80. Youth's and boy's at the lowest prices.—
A good supply ai ways on hand, all good* are warrant* d.
ET
208 Ma.rls.et Sit. 208
Wi-X-MllVOTOI»! DSX*
dect4-3rnoH
THE ARCTIC ICE & COAL COMPANY
OFFICE, M®. a E«MT MECOxVD NT HE ET
H A-tV33 THE!
1BE3I
X3ST THE CITY.
WM. PENN AND TURKEY RUN PUT IN SELLARS FREE.
m: «zï JB2
TT
mu _/m.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
JT. B. CONROW Ac NON. Prop'ra.
IV6-1»
Pratt's Astral Oil.
Hupplles fully the want for a perfectly
safe and reliable illuminating Oil for ifara
ily use, free not only
explosion but from th
Igniting should the llgnted
It li put up In 1 gal, and 6 gal. tin dans
each of which Is closed with a metal cap,
bearing the manufacturer's stamp. Hav
ing handh d several bund refis of thousands
of gallon« of this oil without a »Ingle «feel
dent resulting from its use we
dentiliy recommend It as a perfectly
aud safe oil. For sale wholesale and :
Z. Ja MEH BELT.
Cor. Sixth A Market 8ts.
from the danger of
e danger of the ilnid
p be upset.
R
o|>i fi
]3ure
retail
by
Physicians' Pocket Cases, Buggy
Cases, &c., for sale by
Z. JAMES BELT,
Cor. Mxth a Market Hts.
»UBG1CAL INSTRUMENTS. - The
pfete stock, and the largest
sortinent of Surgical Instruments ever
iilbited in this city. For sale at New y
ices, illustrated calalo
OHt
ork
*s furnfebed
Z. JA MEH BELT,
Tor. Hlxln A Market Hts.
Prof. J. A. Goiug's Horse Remedies
(Veterinary Editorof ''tijrint of th« Tivi*a ")
Going's Worm Destroyer, (Jopeman's jl'on
1c Powder, Going's
Cough Powder. Going's ••Anatomy
Hors«*." (A card-skeleton upon whfeh Is
located ev
the horse
by the Agent,
lie Powder, Going's
the
portant disease to
liable) All the above foi sale
Z. JAM EH BELT,
Wholesale A R-iaL Druggist,
Cor. Hixtli A M rket tri».
MDIKS'IIKIMIITM K NI X,
For ^upporlerH, Braces, Trusses, Elastic
stoekings, Anklets, K
Ac.
Inch
caps, Hyr Inges,
»/"Private Room. Daily Attendant.
Private entrance for Budfes at No. 1 W«
Nix to street
Z JAMES BELT,
WholeHHle and Retail Druggist,
C orner Sixth and Market sreets
5ft ilmlugton Delaware
est
The liest Qualities of MEDICINES
AT WILLIAMS'
The Most Reliable Propkiki|ary
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES,
AT WILLIAMS'
A fine assortment of HAIR. TOOTH, aud
NAIL BRUfciiEH,
At Ninth aud Market.
A choice Imported Key West, Pride off Key
Greuley Cigar,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Strong and Pure,
At Ninth and Market,
AT WILLIAMS'
Fine AMERICAN A IMPORTED Soafs
A t Ninth and Market.
•• Get the best " WI* LIAMS' naPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE. [
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Good», Accuracy <n dupentinj and
Rea»enable Price*.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STÖRE
apl2-tf Corner Ninth and Market
Ac.
West
,
Fashionable Furnuuïel
J. & J- N. HARMAN
)
Ho. 410 King Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
We respectJally Inform Ota eiu
' cevn of Wilmington, and the sur!
ïÿ rounding country thr 1 we continue
HdSwllf'Ato manufacture ané keep on band
at our large and long established ware
rooms, Furniture of every variety and
style, consisting of Mahogany Rosewood
and walnut Furniture suitable for parler,
d*anlng-room and oburaber
Onr assortment of F uni itu re is largèran.i
more varied than can be found in Delaware,
and all articles sold at our establishment
warranted an represented.
"'Venltlan Blinds of the most fashionable
designs made to order and kept constantly
anhand. We also manufacture an*
stantly keep a large assortment of fifprln
Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses
J. A J.N.Ra KM AN
are
P KEHTON A I ARB,
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER.
And dealer m
AMERICAN AND 8WI >8
WATCUBS.
•ÿBfr CLOCKS, JKWKLt) Y
rr*
•:
SPECTACLE»,
ol
EYE-OLAHHE8.
SILVER WAKE, AC
NO. 805 MARKET STREET
Wilmington, Del.
Particular attention paid to repairing m
ail Its branches ; also, changing spectacle
glasses. Has a good assortment of fiasse«
constantly on band.
The public Is cordially Invited to oau
exam me tu y stock and earn my pride«
lelo-"
and
ELA WAKE UARPüs'i tlUUBE,
80» MARKET STREET,
ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DEL
The cheapeMi lace in the city to bcY yon
D
(JAKPETS
OIL CLOTHH
MATTINGS
ANAa WINDOW SHADE
Henry Greebe
MARK HT RT
N. B.— Rag Carpe; *oreo tu
ana lowest a» arket test, notice
tiutk'l' CïiXJKKN
David McCloskey
THE
MATTEL.
**13 Murket Street,
(Adjoining Opera House.)
*/"The latest styles constantly on ham»
vphim * call
•urit-i r
y* 086t a
% -■
fi.
;
t Çt p
.4'.
A'
Third
W i t tn », »urt on .
C Ur<:« : l,
1:
5*.
Special Attractions!
63 Ladies' & Misses'
COATS
AT
Closing Out "FKICE8."
GREAT BARGAINS.
8ee for Yourselves and be convinoea.
M. L, Lichtenstein«
aae Market st..
mar22-sepl8
Now is the lime
TO BUY ÏOUB
STOVES
ANI> GET YOUR
Heaters Put in Order.
1 nave just reduced the price of all Cook
lu , Parlor aud Heating Htoves
hard times.
Call and
suit the
the prices before you ouy.
k. nosui««ov,
Oar. Tlitr# *n*i Shipley • t
N. B_Heaters cheaper than ever.
Eianos, v/rgaus, and «Sheet Musio,
FUR HALE AT
F. Secher'a Ifluwic St or**,
Ho. OSÄ1 Market Strei.
stieff's Pianos a specialty; also, good
eooiMi hand pianos for sale >*nd for rent,
and hd
tnaPI
VluHiclessohs given in prl
9t>*» T/.pr^«»
CURE YOURSELF!
r Buhani
ii
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aiivltwinKi back th* *'Y<
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to *ny 1
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MARRIABFeIC™
SECRETS
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