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NNEBKC ICE CO
, wo. * E aRCOlil) ETREKT.
Ill-* 1 - .°/,rî o*lV TARD OVER THIRD MTRKET BRIDOE.
AS» depo TE, AH' and Poplar awl ISIS Waliul Elk
" " P1UUE8 OF EASTERN ICE:
•i M cents per week. I 10 pounds daily, 84 cent* per week,
daily. „ *» « 20 " " 98 " " "
.. « I 25 " " 1.12 " " "
. „„,1 O vor at the rate of 60 cents per 100 pounds.
"'if E UY THE TON AT SPECIAL RATES
. r Incivility on the part ol the drivera, if reported at once at the
„ uegl eCl remedied.
be prowpuj yy e | jaVÄ constantly on hand
po
SELECTION OF COAL
UOlC®
most popular mines, which we are selling at the
Fro»» th®
lowest MARKET RATES.
,j au j delivered In oellur free of charge.
1 well suresue
„ „..Mileo Ice Company Is formed by th« consolidation of the bu«l
.riie K®""" , ,y u it#u Bros, and J mob Pusey, aud Is «loue solely for the
sst in tl»*** * in g more economical aud satisfactory maimer to all
.leliveri"* 1 ttlM public go »erally may rest assured there will be
mrtfUHU)*« UI| | 0HH I, y reason of Are, fresbet or other accident, and a gen
^ .iittl.ee.U'.try. .
rchant tailoring,
The best of work done In a satisfactory manner,
fine suiTiisras,
To .elect from, also »full assortment of thin
FOR- 3VH T.UST -A.3STID BOYS
—AT—
T. MULLIN'S
N T o. 1 ) E. Fourth Street»
WILMINGTON, DEL.
is the nrm
I
BUY YOUR
0VES,
Ai*D OKI YOUU
irs Put in Order.
reduced tiie price of all (Jons
to suit tu
Heating Hin
Itlieprlowi before you ou y
«}. ThtrS
• In,
5 Mi. BHYAN
une Painter,
1ER & GUZIEh
I to do au
rk in his line
tn«M4 ami lllspateh.
ictfully solicited.
lo. 219 Shir ■■ Street.
X ASSORT »! UNT
-UF
and Stationery,
I
ami Wookly
& MAGAZINES.
-AT—
TI- E K»S,
KKKT WTHKE'J
ayahh,
V. 1 '^ VVATfil M A K Elk
,Ana dealer in
ALSHICAN And SWISS
I W ATC il E4
^ULOCKS, JKWELH k
N&dUNIEBt
l MARVU« ^ W AHK . A
HTKEKT
mlmington, Uxl.
jwmuon paw u> repairing n
r*i & *ho, cliAUglng Hueeiac a
fe&ud* MHOrlIU<,nt o/ glass e
[cordiaii
P* »nd
r*viteil to call And
r n »ny price«
H Y8lCI AN8
-ANl)_.
Ûvm'oil.'**
»"»l'Ä!.""?? u,e 1
«S ; 'p u 'e marxet 1
;Wii»tel for
•chon. Tii
have pre*
yearn with an. 1
I e Ull Used Ih tbe
[«reined in uVlS* 1 . Hcru l' u * I
'n ev>rv , c * ,0 '°e of • 1
cureiuP rniîni ll " "»»nu. 1
"ulewiLh Si lpu,ftt,ün thi«'
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• bouie,™** aw,r e Lh«m_
la wIjÔiJPrÎb 0 *!• I
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6ll,er yormerohandfae*^
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' t'U rOK ALL THm F EOF Lit
'IS. vlJTIFUL TEETH AT Ëj»
•a, ÔA. is and 910 T- It srr;
«•lï?K ,l . ,rmioul I* 1 " b y "'«OM
. ovor thirty years experience.!!
ou. ., . ÖR. GALLAGHB <
HH8 MA ttfCKT STREET «86
leeth
<i'S
D elaware uahi'kt house,
MVt MARKET STREET.
We have lust received a large stock olflr
Tapestry Biunscu,
TU I...
ply iHKrala« and Munittnit
CARPET IN C &.
Also a large assortment
OR CLOTHS. MATTINGS AND
WINDOW SHADES.
f oa ," ® nd .»tl.fy Tnuraell it,a,
we are giving bargains.
UKN Itv GREBE
WILMINGTON,DEL
OPENING!
14 PIECES
Chinet's Cashmere Silk
Ui
< celled for durability and finish.
14,000 "YVA-IRrlDS
ALL BILK
grain ribbons
IN ALLTHE
LEADING SHADES
AT
POTUL'AH
JPRICES
IAmLAN
IMMENSE
STOCK
OF
L®dieG' and tMisses' Underwear
;boys siiirt waists
AND
MUSES' DRESSES
OfOUIlOWN MANUFACTURE, aeUlne
at about cost ol muterlal.
006 Market
M. L, Lichtenstein,
t.i
WILMINGTON, DHL.
REGISTER8 ORDERS.
REBISTUl g ORDER.
Kkoistkb's Orvic«, )
New Castls Coo sty. July 15,1880. f
Upoatbe application uf Harah J. Ewing
Administratrix of Henry J. Ewing late
of Brandywlue Hundred, in said oouu
ty, deceased, it la ordered and directed
tue IleglHter that the Administratrix afore*
aald give notloe of the urantlng of letters
of Administration upoi|i the estate of
deceased, with the date of granting there
of, by oauHiugadvertise nenta tobe posted
Within lorty days fronl the date of such
letters, In six of the most public places
the county of New Cattle, requiring
e rsons having demands against the
te to present the same or abide by
act of Assembly ln such case made and
provided. And also cause the same to
Inserted within the same period in the
Wilmington G azktte, a newspaper pub
lished in Wilmington,aud to be continued
therein three weeks, (e. o. d.)
{ r—*— v Given under the band and seal
Ij. 8. [• of office of the Register aforesaid
s — r—'* ut New Castl*. in New Castle
county aforesaid, the dliy and year above
wi Uten. 8. C. BIGGS, Register.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
estate of the deceased must present the
same duly attested to the Administratrix,
on or before July 16th, 1881, or abide the
act of Assembly ln such case made and
provided. SARAH J. EWINU,
Administratrix.
Addre-iS, Rockland, Dal. Jyl5 3weo
||VAA INI KK'N OBOKR^
Hrgihtkk'h Office, I
New Castle Co., Jane 22. (
Upon the application of William Talley
Administrator of EsLh«r Brown, late
Brandywine Hundred, in said county,
dec-eased, it Is ordered add directed by the
Register that the Administrator aforesaid
give notice of granting! of Letters of Ad
ministration, upon the estate of the de
ceased, with the date of granting thereof,
by causing advertisements to be posted
within forty days from the date of such
Letters in six of the most public places
the county of New Cattle, requiring all
persons having demands against the
late to present the same, or abide by an
Act of Assembly ln such case made and
provided ; and also cause the same to
inserted within the same period In the
WILMINUTON Gazette, a newspaper pub
lished in Wilmington, and to be contin
ued therein three weeks, (e. o. d.)
t /—*—., Given under the hand
< L. 8. > of Office of the Register aforesaid
—v—''at New Custld, in New Castle
County aforesaid, the day and year above
written. 8. C. BIGGS, Register.
and seal
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
estate of the deceased, must present the
same, duly attested to like Administrator.
—i or before June 22. 188).. or abide the Act
of Assembly In such cane made and pro
vided. WILLIAM TAI LEY,
Administrator.
Address—Wilmington, Del.
Jy24-3weod.

J^OBINHUN, 111! AI.ltl.EB 4k CO.,
BANKERS
718 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
Deposits received, 4 per cent. Interest al
dally balanoM.
Home and foreign Investment. Securi
ties bought and sold.
FOR SALE.
80 shares City Railway Stock.
Dividend orders, Penna. It. It. Company
cashed.
lowed
aplS-tf
TO SILK BUYERS.
We have to-day plaoed on our silk coun
ters a large puilohase of
PLAIN Colored- SILKS
THE
Newest Colorings,
—AT—
75 Cents Per Yard.
They are positively the best value for
tills cost
market fu'ly 20 cents per yard,
warrant them
have seen and are below the
We
Pure Stock
AND
PERFECT GOODS,
GRANVILLE WORRELL.
Julyl-ly.
HE AKT1ZANB SAVING« BANK.
T
602 MARKET BTREET.
Incorpora tmd January 24th, 1861.
Open to reoelve deponltH dafly from 9 A
M.. until 4 P. M., and on Tuesday andBal
nrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
8KMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
regularly made In April aud October.
When dividends are not withdrawn«
they are accounted as depoelts. Thus per
manent deposit* compound their lntereei
twice lu each year.
MANAGE118.
Clement H. Smyth, Geqrge W. Bush,
Chus. W. Townsend George B. Capelle,
Nathan'l R.Henson, M. L. Llchensteln,
Henry F. Dure, Edward Darlington
W. Hastings, Job H. Jackson,
Edward Pussy, Wm. H. Bwlft,
Anthony Hlaxlns.
GEO. W. BUSH, President
EO. B. CAPELLE, Vice President.
E.T. TAYLOR Treasurer.
feb21-ly
J^IIRST NATIONAL BANK
Repository
FINANCIAL AGENTS OF TH* UNI
TED STATES.
EDWAHD BETTS, FulWtDBNT.
GEO. D. aIimSTRONG. Cashi*k
P aid up Capital. • • •ttdO.OOO.
Philadelphia. New York and Boston E.
change ftirulahed to regular Depoaltor.
without oharga.
OF WILMINGTON
of THi Public Monbt
and
ursda,
Discount days, Mondays and
at 8.80 A. M.
DIREC7TORS.
, I George W. Bush,
I Eli Garrett,
, I sam' I Bancroft.
, William Tatnall,
Edward Höbt*. tan 1-1 v
Clement B. Smyth
John H. Adams,
Henry H. McOomb,
Daniel James
Jr.
trrr
THE EXCELLENCE OP MAR
RIAGE.
Hnppy unions are always volun'ary,
not only at the beginning, but as long
as life lasts. Love cannot be made
free by a change of statutes. It can
not bo bound or loosed under any cir
cumstances. If th£ state should listen
to the petitions of those who ask that
sex relations bo exempted from con
trol, the exjierience of a quarter of
century
the old,
of
would convince the world that
long-tried monogamie solu
tion of the sex question is the wise one.
There are evident reasons why such
result would come, in all the past
emotional experience of the race it has
been found impossible to create au in
tense idealization of more than one ob
ject at oue time; it has been lound,too
that when such idealization has been
tested by knowledge and time, it does
not diminish, but deepen; and that the
effect of this long-continued idealiza
tion is to create the best conditions
development, both for those who
ercise, and for those towards whom
is directed. Now, if the best condi
tions of happiness arc at once secured,
they should be maiutained. It is not
possible to bring out all the results
this mutual sex idealization in any
short period of association. The very
fact that the association is a perma
nent one gives it earnestness and dig
nity. * It would not be possible to ex
tract from a half dozen associations,
extending ovei 25 years, the same
amount of line character-development
that would come from one fortunate
association lasting for the same time.
When we are once sure of the wisdom,
integrity aud affection of some friend
through loug experience, we spend
mdre brain activity in learning his pe
culiari ies of character, and in adapt
ing ourselves to them. The associa
tion of husband and wife is rather mor
al and affectional than intellectual.
is a rest, a certainty, a point of de
parture for all ether activities. Ouce
settled, and safely settled, we waste
power in readjusting these relations,
but take the fruit as it ripens,without
thd need of
planting new trees.—[Miss Hardaker
in North American Review for July.
the old and
NEWPORT'S ROYAL GUEST.
[BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.]
Newport, R. I., July 14, 1880.
The prospective visit of PrinceLeopold
to Newport next week ie now the lead
ing topic of conversation in fashionable
circles. The ladies are looking forward
to His visit with a good deal of iuterost,
while the fashionable dressmakers are
being taxed to their utmost to fill the
ders wbicti bave suddenly come to hand
from those who expect to meet His Roy
al Highness at the uumerous entertain
ments which are to be given in his honor
dürftig his week's sojourn at the Brigh
ton of America. He aud his suite are
expected here from Boston on Monday.
It is believed, although nothing has been
decided upon as yet, that he will have
have rooms at the Ocean House. Judg
ing from the numerous invitations
which have been forwarded to him by
many of the leading cottagers, how
ever; he will have but little time to re
main at his hotel. A young people's
entertainment,for which over twoliun
drodi invitations will be issued, will
given on Tuesday in honor of tbe dis
tinguished gentleman by Mrs John
Jaco|> Astor, of New York, at her
charming residence on Bellevue avenue
and the cliffs. He will also be sumpt
uously entertained by Congressman
Morton, Mr. Royal Phelps and Mr.
Maturin Livingston, all of New York,
and probably by others. He will at
tend the theatricals to be given at the
Opera House on the 22d inst. by the
Bellevue Dramatic Club. The plays
to be produced on that occasion are
"Naval Engagements" and "My Turn
Next." Mr. Victor Drummond, of the
British Legation, is already here, boc
retary Evarts will be hero to greet the
Prince, who, during his brief visit at
Newport will meet many of the dis
tinguished ladies and gentlemen of the
country. A visit to Fort Adams and
to the torpedo station is proposed, and
it is possible that a genuine Rhode Is
land clambake will be included in the
programme, which is now being pre
pared for the expected guest. The
arrangements are in good hands aud
nothing will be left undone that will
tend to please the visitor and to con
vince him of the cordial feelings exist
ing between England and America.—
The French man-of-war which has
been in New York Harbor for seme
time time is expected here to-morrow,
and her officers will be invited to meet
the Prince. At the proposed private
entertainments it is not propable that
there will be any official courtesies
shown the visitor by the authorites of
the city.
HOW A CLERK MADE HIS FOR
TUNE.
The withdrawal of tho Rothschild'«
agency from this city through the re
tirement of Messrs. Gansl aud Cullen,
recalls au anecdote connected with the
house of Rothschilds, which will illus
trate the prompt manner the bankers
deal with the employes. When the
Rothschilds decided on establishing an
agency on this coast, they were for
some time in doubt as t,o who should
accompany Mr. Davidson who was de
tailed for that purpose. Finally, clerk
number ouo, as we shall call him, was
requested one morning to step into the
manager's office. Presenting himself
there, he was asked how long it would
take him to prepare for a journey
California, he wished to know wh
California was, aud how long he should
he required to stay there, he was in
formed of the hitherto unkuown land,
and that his residence there would bo
indefinite ; and to tako time to con
sider before answering. Pondering
awhile ho replied that lie should re
quire a week to«pack up and say fare
well to his friends. "Very well," said
tho head of the house, "you will be in
formed should we decide iu sending
you," and so dismissed him. Clerk
number two was sent for, and the
same questions and answers ensuing,
asked for three days. He also, in like
manner, was dismissed, and number
three summoned. On being question
ed as to the time he required to pre
pare for the long journey, lus reply
was, "I am ready now." "Very woll,"
again replied tiie banker, "to-morrow
you sail for 9an Francisco, where you
will be junior partner in tiie house we
are about to open there." The clerk
who was i bus ready at a moment's no
tice to take a journey to the other side
of the world was Julius May, and thus
he laid the foundation of the hand
some fortune he now so thoroughly
eujoys.— [Sau Francisco News Letter.
to
ere
New Hoad Items.
West Chester Village Record.
On Wednesday there came into
West Chester over the Pennsylvan
ia Railroad, four cars loaded with
steel rails for the Westchester &
Philadelphia Railroad. The rails
will be put down from the West
Chester end of the line. There
were also three cars loaded with
telegraph poles for the same road,
came in.
The Superintendent of the West
Chester & Philadelphia Railroad.
P. W. & B., a few days ago issued
an order to the effect that all train
bauds and depot men in their em
ploy would be compelled at a cer
to appear in uniforms pre
: the order. The men in
IÉRL8 employ will appear
^HUothcs about August
a
a
tain date
»cribetijj
the confl
in theuX
20th. _
On WedUMHajames Ingram,en
gineer of thHEjght train on the
West Chester«. 'Philadelphia Rail
road, P. W. & B., and John Carey
and three other men who were em
ployed as hostlers at the West Ches
ter engine house received orders
from tiie Superintendent of the road
that their services were no longer
needed. These men were discharged
not on account of failure to do their
duty but the managers of the road
are determined to run the road
more economically.
of
it
of
It
Sixteen Waterloo officers are living,
among them is the Earl of Albemarle,
whose lecoileotions were published a
lew years ago. He was then an ensign,
and one of the survivors had, in 1815, as
high a rank as captain.
There are said to be now 17,000
Germans in London. An immense
immigration has taken place since the
war. The ruthless conscription and
tyrannical Government of the Father
laud sends thousand of her
abroad.
Chief Joseph, of the Oka tribe of
Indians, is a man of good eduoation.
tie has beer ordained as a clergyman,
aud has translated the four Gospels
from French into Iroquois.
80 US
22d
Popular Monthly Drawing ol the
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
AT MACAULKY'8 THEATRE,
In the City of Louisville, on
SATUBDAY, JULY 31st, 1880.
i hebe Drawings authorized by the
Legislature and Sustained by all
the Courts of Kentucky, according to a
ooutract made with the owners or the
Frankfort grant, will occur regularly on
the LAST DAY OF EVERY MONTH, Sundays
aud Fridays excepted, for the period of
FIVE YEARS, terminating on JuN
1886.
The United States Circuit Court on
March 31,rendered the following decisions:
1*1. Thai the (Jonimonweallh lHttributum
Oomixmy it legal.
VtL Its Drawing* are/air.
The management call attention to the
liberal scheme which has met with such
popular favor heretofore, and which will
again be presented for the
JULY DRAWINC.
K 30,
..$80,000
iPnte . 10,000
lprixe . 5,000
10 Ihtzet $1,000 each . 10,000
20 Trivet 600 each . 10.000
100 Prize» lOOeac/i.. 10.000
200 Prises 60 each -. 10.000
000 Prize* 20 each . 12.000
1000 Prize* 10 each . 10,000
9 prize* $300 each. Approximation prize* 2,700
» prize* 200 each, " 1800
j prizes 100 each,
900
1,960 Prize*, . $112,400
Whole Tickets $2. Half Tickets, $1.
27 Tickets, $50. 66 Tickets, #100
Remit by Post-office Money Order, Re
gistered Letter, Bank Draft or Express.
To insure against mistakes ai d delays,
correspondents will please write their
names and places of residence
giving number of Post-office
Street and Town, County and State.
All communications connected with the
Distribution and orders for Tickets should
be addressed to R. M. BOARDMAN.
Courier Journal Building, Loulsvllle.Ky.
or at No. 3W and 800 Broadway, N. Y.
tn.thuAsat-dAw3w.
plaluly,
box or
S TATEMENT OF THE ARTISANS'
SAVINGS BANK, for the year end
ing May 1st, 1880 :
Cash on hand May 1st,
Received from depositors..
** ** interest and divi
dends..
" " Investments re
alized.
DR.
1879.
116,348 21
14,021 46
134,626 34
Total.
.$266,490 69
Amount paid depositors.$ 81,865 70
" invested. 178,282 27
" paid taxes. 48 80
" ►ularles A expenses 2,602 65
cash on hand
i,aui T
Total
Assets and liabilities May 1st, 1880;
A.ssKrre.
Amount lnvestm'U, bankstocks.# 42,678 90
" " Cheater Ck R. R.
Oow bonds. 8,000 00
* •• Loan Association
stocks.
44 ** Dividend paying
stocks.
" " Bond dt mor
** M Banking
corpor't'n (nai
esUte). 100,000 06
" " Bills receivable.. 77,721 68
" *' Real estate. 2.500 00
44 44 office furniture
44 44 Cash on hand...
$266,400 69
84,151 46
22,426 26
11.800 00
rtgag's
House
2.2S2 86
1.S01 «
Total.
.$297,841 81
.$271,861 44
26.97» 87
I.IAltlLITIKH,
Amount duo deponltors.
.Surplus and guarantee luud.
Total ■
.$297,841 81
K. T. TAYLOR, Treasurer.
Attest: Chah. W. Howland, Auditer.
Jel8 law8w.
STATEMENT OF THE BUSIN KAN
o OF THE WILMINGTON SAVINGS
FUND SOCIETY, for the year ending
December 81. 1879 :
DR.
Cash on hand Deo. 28, 1878.
Received from depositors.
Received from interest aud dlvl
Former loans paid In.
Received for Real Estate.
.$ 18,816 44
. 2U8,fcH 17
63,625 48
126,496 70
1,006 00
Total.
...$397,478 74
..$166,749 84
... 207,897 00
6,877 42
80186
. 4,078 66
.. 12,674 47
OR,
Paid depos tors.
t oans made.
Paid for Real Estate
Paid taxes (City County and
State),.
Salaries aud expenses....
Cash on hand.
.«897,478 74
Total.
ASSETS.
Amount Invested In bonds and
moriuages.$ 981,174 51
Amount invented lu ground
reutf<...>. 860 00
Amount Invested In bills re
ceivable. 7,126 0$
Amount Invested in W11. City
Loan..............j... 45.00000
Amount invested iu Real Es
tate .....
Am ount ol interest due
vestments aud taxes to date.
Cash In bank.
..... 22.380 88
24,129 01
12^74 47
in
$1,Mt.684 06
L1 ABILITIES.
Whole amount due depos4tors.$ 988,601 40
Guarantee fund to protect de
positors . .
. 104,186 66
.$1 042.684 06
J. E. SMITH.
Treas. Wtl. Havings Fund Society,
Attest:—Jon. A. Uîchahs> 80 N,
Je8-lawSw, Auditor of the W.
Total..
«. F. S.
rm c - ' ?
POLITICAL CARDS.
pOR LEVY COURT COMMIH810NER
—or—
WILMINGTON HUNDRED.
William Stilley.
Hubject to th ? nomination
oratic Party.
of Demo
Jnlo.tn
pOR LEVY COURT COMMISSIONER
OF
WILMINGTON HUNDRED.
JOHN OTTO,
Hubject to the nomination of the Demo
ap23-tn.
cratlc party.
JjHJR LEVY COURT COMMIaalONEK
OV WILMINGTON HUNDRED,
WM. Œ3. 2STOZELTOICT
Hubject to the decision of the Demo
ap2-tii.
oratic party.
pOtt LEVY COURT COMMI88IONER,
THOS. IÆ. OGLE,
FOK WILMINGTON HUNDKKD,
Hubject to the rules of the Democratic
apl-tn.
party.
pOK AM1EMSOK,
Of New Castle Hundred In 1880,
THOMAS WAD8LEY,
Hubject to the decision of the Demo
fet»28-iu*
oratic nomination.
1 M)R LEVY COUKJl iasuaMISSION EH
OF
Christiana Hundred,
I liomus Jr*. lujrnam ;
Hubject to the decision of the Demo
ap8-wtu,
a
of
erotic party.
jjlOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
OF TUB
HOUrUKRN DISTRICT.
of Wilmington Hd.,
WILLIAM H. QUINN.
Subject to the decision of the Uemo
inyi-tu.
cratlc party.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHN BIGOS,
Attorney-at-Law,
No. 4 W. SEVENTH STREET.
_
£illBV EHJ1US8,
ATTORNET-AT-LA P
702 MARKET «T.,
Wilmington, dei«.
W1 lining ton, Del.
a
jam-ly
jOHH O. OGLE
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
AND
NOTARY
PUBLIC.
Offloe 8. W. Corner of Third and Market
âieets. Pensions, Patente aud Basspon*
procured,
noge-ly
Wilmington. l»el
K. PKNJNGTON
ATTOtLtf KY-A1-L.A W,
No. 2, WEST 7TH STREET,
Wilmington. Dei
B.
luviB-lv
lalsomine is, Whitewash.
aaisorainers ana housekeepers
or years back been troubled by th pe
|ng ol the whitewashed walls, .can over
oome tills by the uew process with thepow
dered Kalsomine prepared In the fashlonn.
•1 ebhades andu did. Mixed with water
oan be applied by any person
aary brush.
Sample cards of tbe shades oan be adh
am the agent for this State.
SAM JO* HHAOFOKJI,
*os. e ami a Last third strkkj
WILMINGTON. URL
\
with an nrdi
f/"ENT IRON AND HARDWAtt
IV COMPANY,
Importers and Manufacturers Agents 1 er
iron. iron,
8TEEii, STEEL,
HARDWARE, HARDWARE,
AND COACH MATERIAL.
Have the Largest Stock of Goods In Uit
State In their line, and best assorted sloe*
In the United States,
SOS AND 207 SHIPliEY AND 21ö
AND*',212 ORANGE 8TKEETS,
Wilmington I)rl
Homer Barry
lagged his store
ST. to three times its
Has Just
WATER
former size, and it now Includes
7, 9, 11 AND 13.
He has reoelveda very large and compte e
stock of
EAST
Nos ,
Rubber Coods,
Hose, Oils,
House Paints,
Ropes, Twines Ac.
Which he 1. Bering very cheap,
examine. HOMKUIG
Call an J
ARRY,
Nos. 7. 9. 11, and 18 East Water street.
may2$-lm.
GENTS' SCARFS
SOc,
FORMER PRIuE $1.00
w. bTuole.
Men's Furnishing Goods,
202 MARKET STREET.
rAK PAPER
on
Sr
IN SHEETS,
FOUR FEET LONG
BY
3 FEET WIDE
FOR WRAPPING
FURS, WOOLENS,
TO PROTOCT THEM FROM MOTHS.
FOR SALE BT
Z JAMES BELT.
WhelMSiessd Betsil Dregglst.
Mxtli and IVIarkel fût»,
WILMINGTON, DEL.

t
Or
OR SALE—A higniy improved farm
_ of 103 acres,in White Cl*y Creek hum
dred. Al enclosed In Oeage Hedge. Di
vided into five fields. Large apple
chard in full bearing. Public sohoo«
Joining tbe farm. Buildings—Large Man
slon,Double Tenant House, Barn, Granary
and all otl er buildings necessary on a
first class torr 2 miles from station _
P. W. A BA. Ü. Centrally located. 9
miles from Wilmington.
F
or
ad
1*«
U)
AN.
Real Estate ag't. J W. Fourth stree
octal-wAsd-w
Wilmington, Del
THE *
H
hatter,
No. 2 E. Third SL,
WIUUHOTO* i nn..
David M'Closkev
fashionable
H after
4 t 14 Market Street^
Adjoining the Gasette Ofloe
WIUHNCTOS, UKL.
A Fine Assortment of Canes and Um
^relias. angll-ly
Goal ! Goal ! !
ENTERPRISE COAL,
ORANGE STREET WHARF,
ENTERPRISE COAL.
Lime ! Lime ! !
BEST BUILDING LIME,
ORANGE STREET WHARt.
JACKSON'« WOOD BURNED LIME.
Coal ! Coal ! !
KOH-I-NOOR COAL,
MARKET STREET WHARF,
OLD SHAWNEE COAL.
Sand ! Sand ! !
SHARr RIVER SAND,
ORANGE STREET WHARF,
BEST BUILDING SAND.
Coal ! Coal ! !
OLD LEHIGH COAL,
MARKET STREET WHARF,
GEORGE'S CREEK COAL.
OHDEK8 WII.I. bk PROMPTLY FILLED
QUALITY GUARANTEED,
PRICES MOST FAVORABLE.
Charles Warner&Co,
Market Street Whart.
may7-ly
For New York!
Electric Line Steamers^
From King 8t. wharf, Wl.mluxton,
TUESDAY«, THURSDAY« A SATUR
DAYS at 2 o'clock, p. nr».
Awl from Pier 1», East River New Yets
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS A HD PRI
DAYS, at 4 o'clock, p.
Freight forwarded promptly and at
ne lowest rates. F
m.
ML ANDREWS. A«nt
WM. B. SHARP
4th AM1» MARKET 8T8.:
NtW DRESS GOOD*
AT REDUCED PRICES.
CoFd & Blauck Silks
Direct from the importer.
C10TÏÏS & CASSIMERES
Tne largest stock we have ever offered
Also a full line of
Carpets and Oil Cloth»
From 3.VSIS to #2.00 per yard.
WfWI. B. SHARP.
4th AND MARKET STB.
mvëni
r i
limlm
m Sbifc Pilla are an immediate
Stimulus for a Torpid Liver, and cure Costive.
neea, Dyspepsia, Billouanaaa, Bilious Diarrhoe.
. er an(1 AguéTand are nsefulaj
Umes in nearly all Disease« to cans« a free and
regular action of the Bowela. The best anti
dote Ihr ali Malarial Poison. Price. Be. a box.
*nu Bleep to tue «uflSînSSîirÏÏ HliJiîhlîS
Neuralgia, Prevents Epileptic Fits, and Is the
beat remedy for Nervoue Prostration brmwbt
on Ly excessive drinking, over-work mental
Sr OC M B rS nd oth#r relieves^the^Palns
and is never Injurious to the
syitem. Tee bet of mi Nervln^ B„ t ,ii, o*
two slsee; prices. GQn,
and $ 1 J». v
Remedies
•old byDroggliti
and Denier, la
Medicine every«
where.
Ï
Proprietors,
•W'Oend for PemnlilsS
and TmU rruinUI. "
ANCHOR LINE.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMER#
DÄÄÄÄWi
NEW YinSs TO^OSdlON^bmEOT
CABINS.*Mto, «*. ExcuriTo,'at Itedîcii BaM.
I uesunger occonunodstlons ere unsurpessed
AH btoterooms on Main Deck
pensera booked ut lowest rates to or from ini
„ JfH>'rc»d Station In Europe or America. *
.««Îk a . ?t? w î* ât Payable (free of charge.;
roughout IFngland, Scotland end Ireland.
t or books o l i ulormstlon. plans. Ac., apply to
Hutdxbbon Pkothbrs, 7 Bow U* o G as au. N. Y
Or to SAM. F. BETTS, Adams Exprès«,
apr20- WllmlnaMn, Del
NEW
Pig*
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