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m isi ESS COAT» EKcoath * k|r coats E g COAT« K COSTS K COATS !«r. COATS BUT *t gOhLIN * «''N, Uilli a»d Market HU. Wilmington, Dei. FOR MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN. MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS YOUTH S SUITS YOUTH'S SUITS YOUTH'S SUITS BOY'S SUITS BOY'S SUITS BOY'S SUITS CHILDREN'S SUITS CHILDREN'S SUITS T ES T. MULLIN & SON. tailors and clothiers. SIXTH JxNTD MARKET STS, W1LMINOTON, DELAWARE. lit cur Hail.) *1 IGGY COMPANY, COLUMBUS, OHIO. DING MANUFACTURERS OF OHIO. ■ CARRIAGES ARE USED IN MORE THAN lirty States and Territories. BIND FOB. CATALOGUE. Sand 167 North High Street. ihrst-cuss-work wihbhgibbid. 4 * \ fj THE m -\ r lUliftU PADt / jMBsfjHI'TlON (Nature'» Wt* nisEik«;),, rn *»AT iii<ii:iir.i | l»tiTIII.Nt) 1HIIIIIII.KS. X » way '/■' INTO (hf ,\ sti oumtlvt h.u *' lu * madtclno*. JJ.ÏJ the <11 sensed parts ■»•ihai »-hum death. ■Milwilfj Vi us virtues. ube Relieved and t'uied Vou have tried this ha1j *OALLY "ONU" LUNG PAD CO., *illia*in block, DETROIT, Mich. I... x- Hn,i our book, Juin Year," «Put free. sent by mail ou JJnja'lmwiHi, «nu Philadelphia 1 )r r ' *'"l la,l< l ,>i,i n ■iiHou aud Wll I'roiwiiere, ïïlj "A"* Wburr, Wliming 1 K ret Wliarl .MSo'ciock r,e! ' Philadelphia, n both cities, b.v P silvery of merchandise la Sä*»«»" Wllmlnglon 'b'® 10!, L °* WORKS i 11 ax fur Fruit Jars, _ —AMI— foil Tm Laundry L * Bl.tr 7 s Paint Store E. Third Street, |TOS®tU LHtt 1 B JsarveUnts success. tr, *> bottle free to <'• tia.KUNS.9d H 4vri y 1 *• •** principal druyyist* ' "'«taeo,;- Cal xijj - E »« Third ROOKEh, -J »traut, Wilmington, Del, No, 7 NERVINE TO NIC A SPECIFIC A. A Boo» to Both ••sea. A REMEDY WITHOUT A RIVAL for All diseases arising from Nervous Debil ity, Hexual Disorders, over Indulgence of Vicious Habits, as well as from ths pros tration of old * 3 «. Its curative proper ties in violent and ebronlo forms of tko following diseases have been attested to by I he most Eminent Physicians: DYHPEPSIA HEXUAL EXHAUSTION SELF ABUSE SPERM ATORRHCBA HBADACliE GENERAL DEBILITY DIZZINESS IM POTENCY PREMATURE DECAY, Ac., Ac. It has been in use over forty years, and Is to-day the most popular remedy for ike illnesses above-men Honed In the WORLD. It oan be used without regard to diet, la pleasant In taste, and better than all, It Is a sure, safe and certain sure. quack medicine, but stands upon its own merits, as any trial will amply demonstrate. Hluoe ISM, this remedy has always been sold for a much larger prloe than that for which It Is now sold; hut owing to the fact that the time for the payment of an enormous royalty upon Itn manufacture has expired. It Is offered to the suffering of hotn sexes at one dollar per box, so as to be wilhlu the reach of all: nt which prloe It will be sent to any address free of further charge. Address, DR. WILLIAM YOUNG. 416 Hpruos Ht., Phlla. May be consulted on all diseases by ()4w 4imtf> u l. all. laTM for all tmjb fjcofl I BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT gS, gS 9* «nd 910 F—* SET. Teeth extracted without pain by th$ H80 MARKET STREET 8BÄ ,26th Popular Monthly Drawing of tba Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MACAUI.*T'S TH1ATM, In tbe City of Louisville, on TUESDAY, NOV. 30th, 1880 Theso drawlugs occur monthly under provision* ef an Act of the General As sembly of Kentucky, incorporating the Newport Printing and Newspaper Co., ap proved April 9, ifw8. A 4 -This Is a special aot, aud kas never The finlted »1*1.« Ulroult Court March81,rendered the following*ecl.lon.: 111. That th. ComtnmwtaUh Diitributwa been Company is leyal. 'id. Its Drawinysare fair. npany has fund. on hand Rt*»d tho list of N. 11.—The ÿo a large reserve prizes for the NOVEMBER DRAWINO. Prise .-.' . .—... i l*rise ... 10 Prîtes *1,000 . . 20 Irises 600 each 100 Prises 100 each 200 Prises 60 each 000 Prises 20 each 1000 Prises 10 eaoh .^ 9 priest $;S00 each. Ajipr oximation prizes 4,700 9 jyrises 200 each, 9 jirises 100 each , $.w,ouo 10,000 6,000 1(1,000 10,00* 10,000 10,006 12,000 10,001 90li 1 ' 9 *Wbitif , rickeU *9. Hai, Jxici.t. »101 97 Tlek.ta, *60. 66 Ticket,. ,u* Remit money or bank draft REOI*f HK1 ?i 7 ,I LET rl£R OR POS I ward, by • X P'T - '«OARDMAN. Courler Journal Building, JgÿïïJJS» and $09 Brondway, New Toik, non. V, _Kl*ber (law than any other proprietary medicine of the clly stands, TARKANT'8 EFFERVESCENT SELT ZER APERIENT, And for this reason ; it ig an exact counterpart of one of the most valuable natural mtdlolnee in the world. We refer to the great Seltzer Spring r,T s ' ~ ninny, to wnlch thousands of the v pep tie, ihe billons, the rheumatic, the victims of venal diseases resort an nually, and return to their homes eou valeacent or cured. The Aperient is ton© of the first and by far the most successful of all the efforts made to reproduce, m a portable form, the popular mineral waters of In rope. B** THAT YOU PURCHASE ONLY THE GENUINE ARTICLE SOLD BY ALL DRUOGISTS. novll-2wd. New GroocLs. S.H. STAATS No- 405 Market St.. Ha« Opened This Day And Is reoelvlhg almost dally NEW & BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS —Ilf — FANCY HOSIERY —FOR— Ladies, Gents and Misses Also Opening a Large and Well Selected stock of MERINO UNDERWEAR —for— LADIES. GENTS and MISSES. T HE VARIKl'K PALACE. Adams & Bro., 504 MARKET STREET, BICYCLES, BICYCLES, A handsome lot of new Children's car - rlagesjust In; call aud examine them. Dry Gootia, Hosiery <£ Notions, Carpels, Floor, Stair and Table Oilcloths. Window Shades, Glass, Tin,Crockery und Wooden Ware, Cutlery, Rugs, Gam es, Stair Rods, Brackets, Base Halls and But;* Masks, Express Wagons, Vek.oipeclôs Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Wheel barrews, Fire Works, Flags, Lantern*. Drums, Looking Glasses, Toys, Fancy Goods, nd oils, Of all kinds. BOOTH, BUOEH AND RUBBER*. Agents for John Clark's mile end cotton George Clark's O. N. T. cotton, millamau tie cotton, and sole agents for Bralnard, Armstrong & Co's ilks Cheapest place in the city to buy anything, at 504 MARKET ST. WM. B. SHARP 4th AMI* MABKF.T STS. NLW DRESS GOOD. AT UKDUUKD PRIUBB. Col'd & Black Silks Direct from the Importer. CIOTHS & CASSIMfiRES Tue largest stock we oave ever offeree Also a fail line of Carpets and Oil Cloths From 3Sots to 82.00 per yard. WM. B- SHARP. 4th AN MARKET tfTB FALL AND WINTER STOCK. A full assortment of Ladles' and Misses' SHOES, JUST OPENED. These goods are of the best makes In the oounery. A large stoek of men and boys' Heavy Boots AT THE BOSTON ONE PRICE BOOT AND SHOE »TOBE, No, 9*0 MARKET STREET, HENRY PIKE. N. B.—Sol* ag.nt for BURT'S FINE SHOES for ladle, and gentleman. ootlô-lmdAw __ 95 a o m -< u > D CURE I BACK ACHE And all diseases of tbe Kidney's Blad der aud UrlDary Organs by wearlDg the Improved BxoeMor Kidney Pad, It is a marvel of hralimo and relief Simple Seoiible,Direct,Painlru.Powerful It CURES whare all else falls. A rhvr L.ATIOW and revolution In Medicine. Ab sorptlen or dlreol appllo. flou, as opposed to unsatlsfkctory Internal medicine»', flai.d for our treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Hold by druggists or sent by mall, on reoeipt of prloe, $2. Address orTgtneTend The "Only" Lung Pad Oo. grnntn.Kld- w l.l.l .MS HLOCH, ne> 1 'etl.A.k for It * take no other. DETROIT, Mich oot91-w*a Type* of Parisian Society. A STOUT OK WOMEN WOO HAVE THE WOULD AT TUKIU FEET. From the Cincinnati Enquirer. Take for instance the coquette before us. bhe is beaulltul, with the black eyes, the dark hair, the piquant features of a French woman. Her complexion is tbe perfection of ail—a faint, soft, cream lint, with a passing tinge of rose. She affects to be an Imperialist, and daunts her fancy by wearing a rube of vielet cnlored velvet, cut, though tbe day is cool, very square lu tbe neck, tbe exqui site whiteness of which, shaded by noth ing more thau a diamond locket ; her I at of the same color as her dress, and trimmed according to the prevailing inode, witli two long ostrich plumes, fas tened iu front with a buckle, and sweep ing the sloping shouldeis ol the wearer. Diamonds sparkled in her ears and on her arms, bhe lay back in her carraige with an air of languishing indifférence, and rested her feet upon tbe opposite seat without disguise. If the manner of doing it had been excusable she might have been pardoned for showing them, so infinitely small and well shaped were they, aud coveted with silk stockings that showed the skin through, tbe ex quisite little pointed slipper, with Us high heel and brilliant buckles, hardly coveriug more than the sole. Iu her tiny hands she carried a huge bunch ot violets, the flower the Napoleons always loved, and from time to lime she would ylelacli two or three and twirl them be tween her red lips a la Carmen. Her turnout was showy, but really cheap. The horses, half covered with gaudy trapping, still ill concealed their bones, pud apropos to this, it must be remarked that iu proportion to the beauty and richness of every thing else here tbe horses are out of all harmony, with few exceptions, the liaudsome ones belonging to tbe Rus sians, the English aud resident Amer icans. They are ill shaped, bony af fairs, and it does not require a stretch of the imagination to believe they are fed half tho time on bran aud sawdust Still, tho equipages are line, and the iiorscs are so elaborately tricked out that, unless one is fond of, or takes an they would not be interest in animals, so likely to notico. Tho fair imperialist had hardly passed when the clatter of a pony's hoofs was heard and there flew by a lady iu a lit tle dog-cart, with a miniature groom be hind her. bhe was alone and driving Iieiself sitting very straight, and with a eort of martial air. Every one turned to look at her. your correspondent. Grevy, the daughter of the Presideut. She affects American ways altogether, and will walk and ride alone, much to the horror of the aristocrats, and even our Republican papers here attack her for Infringing on long-established cus toms." Who is she?" asked On that is Mile A LADY'S FOOT. HOW ITS MEASUREMENT SECURED A VB11DICT FOR A THOUSAND DOLLARS. The trial of the damage case ot Mrs. Clara Brady against the City of Clev - land was concluded on Monday. The lady sued for *15,000 damages for bodi ly injuries received by her by falling into a hole in the Twelfth-street bridge, while passing along that thor oti hfare at night. The defense proved that tho hole which occasioned the damage was a very small one, being only three indes wide by twelve inches long. Tho plaintiff had testi fied that xho stepped into tho hole ai d sank up to her knee, receiving abra sions of the skin and crippling her arm . A doubt was raised in the minds of the jury as to whether a lady with a medium-sized toot and ankle could sink so far into so small a hole. La dies of the Cinderella pattern have very small feet, but as Mrs. Brady's foot had not been exhibited in evi dence, how could tho jury tell whether she wore No. 6s oi No. 16s? The plaintiff s attorney saw that he had a very small hole to crawl out of, but he was equal to the emergency. He pro C' ed a 13-inch rule of standard guage aud proceeded to measure his clieni's foot in presence of the jury. He show ed that the foot was just 2^ inches wide at tho broadest pari aud not over 8 inches in length with the shoe on. lie went no further, but the jury were satisfied that the foot was smaller than the hole in the bridge, and they gave a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $ 1 , 000 . Personal. Mr. D. C. Forney editor of tho Washington Sunday Chronicle, and a cousin of Col. Jno. W. Forney, it is said is making a fight for the clerkship of the next House, and it is slyly given out that he has the Cameron influence at his back. Gen. Garfield has just presented' to his wife a $200 sealskin sacque, and all the wives in the country are saying to their husbands : "Go go into politics, dear. Run for Presi dent' I won't say a word if you're our late, attending caucuses." Hou. Wm. H. Weaver, repre sentative-elect on the Democratic ticket for Carroll county, Iud., died last Saturday, at his home near Cut ler. The Republican nominee in the October fight, William R. Stewart, will again be a candidate in the special election made necessary by Mr. Weaver's death. The Demo crat* have not as yet named their man. Prof. Nordenksjold, the Arctic explorer, thinks the Jeannette is sate at Wrangle I.and, aud will bo heard from next spring. He says one comforting fact is that Wrangel Land is inhabited and forms the place of resort for a rich animal life —bears, walrusses, seals and rein deer, and innumerable birds, of which at least one species, the tarmigan, winters in that country. The Boston Broker's Board have been dijeussing Ihe question of commissions A new schedule was the past week, finally drawn and adopted on Friday, to go into effect at once. According to this list the commission will be 12$ cent* on all stocks selling at $10 and over, cents on those selling at $5 and under $10, and 3 h cents on all selling under $5. These rates are to be divid ed In no case, under penalty of $500 and suspension fir thirty days. Solon Chase, of Maine, it preparing a platform for the greenback party two year, hence. It contemplates the silver Jo'lar as a standard of value, which Mr. Chase thinks will advance prices 2S per cent, and drive gold out of the country. ON DOING UP MEN'S LINEN. "Kitty Krimps" Writes fron Brook lyn to the New York Post: "Some time ago my husband used to com plain that his linen collars did not set neatly in front. There was always a fullness which, in the case of standing collars, was particulary trying to a man who felt a good deal of pride in the dressiug of his the effects of his cravat, and often left a gap for the display or either the col larband of the shirt or a half inch of bare skin. While talking with a prac tical shirt maker one day he mention ed his annoyance and inquired If there was any means of relieving it. Yes, answered the man, the fault lies with your laundress. While doing up your collars, Bhe stretches them the wrong way. Damp linen is very pliable an a good pull will alter a fourteen inch into a fifteen inch collar in ihe twinkl ing of an eye. Bhe ought te stretch them crosswise aud not lengthwise. Then, In straigh tening out your shirt-bosoms, she makes another mistake of the same sort. They also, ought to be pulled crosswise Instead of lengthwise, particularly in the neigh borhood of the neck. A lengthwise pull draws the front of the neckband up somewhere directly under your chin where it was never meant to go, and of course that spoils the set of your collar. With the front of your neckband an Inch too high, aud your collar an inch too long, you have a most undesirable combination.' Tbs speaker was right. As soon as my husband ordered the nec essary chauges to be made in the meth ods of our lauudiy, a wonderful differ ence manifested itself In tbe appear ance of that important part of his clad anatomy, the neck. Let me commend the shlrtinaker's hint to other distressed men." neck, as it spoiled PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. The new Senate of New Hamp shire, of twenty-four members, con tains not one lawyer. The small rascals in the forgery conspiracy are of no consequence; the hunt should be for the big rogues. The Quebec Mercury says that the Princess Louise is expected to leave England, on her return to Canada, in about three weeks. John Bright, despite of all his Quaker autecedeucs, was beheld a fortnight ago moved to tears by Modjeska's impersonation of "Mary Stuart." The anti-Masonic ticket polled four votes in Rhode Island, a num ber that represented exactly number of anti-Masonic candid for electors. the ales Mr. Russell Hancock, son of Gen eral Hancock, who, with his family has been spendit Governor's Islan the summer on has gone home to his plantation, m Mississippi. Mr. D'Oyly Carte has bought the entire dramatic right of the opera of "Olivette," now being performed at the Strand, London,for this country, and is arranging for its production here. A - d I^LUINI FK N ORDER, Register's Office, > New Castle Co„ Nov. 16. 1880. ( Upon the application of Jas. P. Hayes, Administrator ol George H. Fox, late o; New Castle Hundred, in said county, deceased, it Is ordered and directed by the Register that the AdmiuiHtrator aforesaid give notice of granting of Letters of Ad ministration upon the estate of the de ceased, with the date of granting thereoi, by causing advertisements to be posted within forty days from the date of such Letters In six of the most public places of the county of New Castle, requiring all persons having demands agaiust the es tate to present the same, or abide by an Act of Assembly In suen case made and provided; and also cause the same to be nserted within the same period In the Wilmington Gazette, a newspaper pub lished in Wilmington, and tobe contin ued therein three weeks, (e. o. d.) f ,—*—., Given under the hand and seal I L. 8. [ of Office of tbe Register aforesaid — ,J at New Castle, in New Castle County aforesaid, the day written. H. C. BJ< and year above GG8, Register. NOTICE, All persons having claims against the estate of the deceased, must present the same, duly attested to the Administrator before Nov. 10, 1881. of Assembly in such east vlded. Address—Wilmington, Del. nov!7-3weod. abide tbe Act made and pro JAMEH P. HAYES, Administrator. >n Bars This U the only Lottery endorsed by the people qf any Slate. Unprecedented Attraction ! U Over Half a Million Dstributed. voted on and «[SUSA STAK LOffiM CO. This Institution was regularly lnoor orated by the Legislature of the HLate for Educational and Charitable purposes. li< 1868, lor the term ol Tweuly II Yo»rs, to which contract the lnvlolabl« faith of the State Is pledged, which pledge uas been renewed by an overwhelming popular vote, securing its franchise in the new constitution adopted December 2d. A. D., 1879, with a capital of $1,0(10,000« tt which It has since added a reserve fund over$360,1X10. lUGraudHlugle Number Drawings will take place monthly. Look at the V« It never scales or postpones. following Distribution : GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT, during whleh will take place the 127U1 GRAND MONTHLY AND TUI Eitraordiaary Semi-Annual Drawing A& New Orleans, Tuesday, December 14th, 1880. Under the personal supervision and management of Gen. G. T. Uiaurkoard, of Louis iana, and Gen. Jdbal A. Early, of Virginia. Capital Prize, $100,000. M-Notloe—Tickets are Ten Dol lars onl Halves, *8. Fifths, ,2. Tenth*. » I LIAT OF FRIZES. 1 Capital Frise of $iUU,U00, 1 Grand Frise of 60,000. 1 Grand Frise of ßt0,000. 2 Large Prises of 10,000 4 Large Prlsos of 6,000. 20 Prizes of 1,000 . $100,000 . 60,000 . 20,000 . 20,000 . 20,000 . 20,000 HO 600 80,100 40.000 60.000 10.... 100,000 H 100 900 2 JO 100 uywj APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 100 Approxl inatlon Prizes of *âüO. . $ 20.000 10,000 76... 7,600 11,279 Prizes, amounting to.$622,600 Gen. G. T. BraurkgARD, of La. ) Commie Gen. Jubal A. Early, of Va. J sloners. Application for rates to clubs should made to the office of the Company _Orleans. Write forolrcular« or send orders to M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La, onl or same pereon at No. 819 Broadway, New Tork, novl0r*law*w*w. h K DNEÎLI la made from a Simple Tropical leaf o Rare Value, and la a POSITIVE Rem edy for all the dlseasee that causejpalu* In the lower part of the body—dor Torpid Liver — Headache»— Jaundice—Dirtiness. Gravel. M Urta, and all dlfllculdeaof tbe Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs. For Fxblalk Diöeare», M onthly Menstru ation a, nd during Pregnancy, it k equal It restores the organs that make the blood, and hence it is the beat Blood Purifier. It Is tbe only known remedy that cures Bright's Disease. For Diabetes use Wabkyb's Sax* Diajbktks Ourk. For aale by Druggists and all Dealors at % 1.25 per bottle. Largest market. Try It. boitte In the H. H. WARNER A CO. ROCHESTER. N.Y. augll. EDUCATIONAL. î» cAD A a HAH NOW ORUAN1ZBD the following CLASSES : Arithmetic 9 ; Bookkeeping aud Busi ness training, 2 : Algebra, 1 ; Elocution, Reading and Spelling, 9 , English Lan. guage, Composition. Grammar and Rhet oric, 6; Latin, 4; Greek, 2; German, In Natural Philosophy, 1; History, 1; Geo graphy 4; Penmanship«3; Kindergarie ; Work, 1. Cl at ses will soon be formed ln'lheorv and Practloe of Teaching English Liter ature. Frejch, Geomet/ry, English and General History, Art, and Music. It Is specially desired that young chil dren, who are to reoelvo their education at this institution, eater before they learn their ABC. The most thorough preparation for the highest jp-ade odlleges will be provided, and student« may pursue their studies as f>»r beyond oollege preparation as they wish. To young Jadies this Institution will offer every desirable opportunity Cor ro bust physical and intellectual training of advanced character. Young men intending to enter business life, will here have unusual advantages for general culture and close drill ln tue principles of praotioal Arithmetic and In Aocouuls. To fit teachers for their work by a oourse of sound Theory and Practloe will be the aim of the Normal Department. Only rational principles and natural methods that have the cordial approval of ali great educators will be employed in the Instruction of our pupils. of at WM. C. NOWELL, A. M., Principal. Residenoe, 608 W. Tenth ttlreei. nov9. o; of KLKCT SCHOOL. Miss Sept. 6, at S MahutlV'» school will reopen on ; No. 2 West lOih street. au26. D AMIISU! OF A. 8. WEBSTER'S SE LECT DANCING ACADEMY. TbunMlay Evening, September 91b, ▲T THE REOP MAHONrC TEMPLE, Wilmington, Del. Ladles and Gentlemen, Misses and Mus ters wishing to become proficient iu all the danoes of the day, aud to learn the new and more fashionable ones, will find It to their advantage to begin with the opening of the season. EVENING CLASSES. Commencing Thursday, September 9th. Gentlemen's class Monday aud Thursday evenlugs from 8 to lu o'clock. AFTIRNOON Commencing ou Sat Ladies aud Misses Thursdays from 5 to 6, aud Saturdays, from 2.U0 to 4.06. Private lessons given at any hour to suit convenience. GLIDE AND RACQUET WALTZES TAUGHT in a few Lessons. Special arrangements for Schools and Seminaries, ana ior private classes of gentlemen, can be made by ap plying at the Academy, at Kobejln A Bro.'s, No. 71U Market street, or by mall to a. s. Webster, Masonic Netnple. CLASSES, unlay, October 2U, Mast era* Ola», and ladlM op!4 PROFESSIONAL. JOHN BIGGS, At tor ney ■ at- Law, No. 4 W. SEVENTH STREET, _ Wilmington. Del. KM.WOJIS, ATTORNET-AT-LA I» 702 MARKET ST., VVILMIH6TOH, Dan. . m: x JL _ JJAIIUY jani-ly jOHN C. COLE J JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND PUBLIC. NOTARY Office 8, W. Corner of Third and Market Sieets. Pensions, Patent« and Passport* procured. noa$-ly WILMINGTON. DBL R. PKNINUTON ATTORRMT-AI-AA W, No. 9, WEST 7TH STREET, Wilmington. Del H. I nvis-v P RESTON AYAHS, _ PRACTICAL WATCH M AKER I And dealer in -- ALKKIOAH / WD 8WIIS A. T C 11ES. CLOCKS, JEWELR Y SPECTACLES, __ EYE-GLASSES^ WARE, tr NO BW MARKET STREET W IL WIHO TOM, DU. Particular attention paid to repairing m il lu branche. ; aleo, ch urging epectaole laasee. Has a good apartment of glare»» onstantly on band, rhepnblio 1* oordlail nvitedto ell B O S T OIM 09 CENT STORE! 8jt) 1 MARKET ST. WILMINGTON, DEL* Which is filled with hundreds of useful family articles, gold and silverware whloh Is reliable), table cutlery .brackets, u ats, mats, umbrellas, albums, castors, lamps, bed spreads, table oloths and cov ers, card and board games, children's •hairs, carts and wagons, books, clocks, and a beautiful lot of chreraos, from Wo. to $1 $8. Prices reduoed on many article« Dome and look. ALBERT NEWHALL, Proprietor i-i r am now prepared to deliver ALL SIZES or i COAL, SUPERIOR QUALITY, For family um at the LOWEST MARKET RATES, All ooal well screened and put la oeiiara. 33. F. TOWNSEND, Ojrrios and Yatd, Foot of Fouet* St. aug21-ly. __ TBK M. .. HATTER Nc 2 E. Third 9L, •UW.e David M'Closkoy FASHIONABLE Ha 11 er D4 Market Street. Adjoining the Gazette Oflsa A. Finn Assortment of Crums him Us xdwUas. augu-ly ; of In of in Coal! Coal!! ENTERPRISE COAL, ORANGE STREET WHARF, ENTERPRISE COAT Lime! Lime!! BEST BUILDING Lilia ORANGE STREET WHARt. JACKSON'S WOOD BURNED i.imm Coal! Coal!! KOH-I-NOOR COAL, MARKET STREET WHARF, OL SHAWNEE COAL. Sand! Sand!! SHARP RIVER SA2TD, ORANGE STREET WHARF , BEST BUILDING BAND. Coal I _ Coal ! OLD LEHIGH COAL\ MARKET STREET WHARF , GEORGE'S CREEK COAL. A ORDERS WILL be PROMPTLY FILLED QUALITY GUARANTEED, PRICES MOST FAVORABLE Charles Warner A Co, Barke, HmC Wharf. may 7-1 » For New York! Electric Line Steamers, From Klug at. Wharf, Wl-mlngtou.uu fUKSUAYS, THURSDAYS * SATUR DAY» at a o'olook, p. nr*. Aad from Pier IS, Sul River Maw Y arc MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AMD JTHI DAYS, at 4 o'clock, p. zu. air Freight forwarded promptly and ai ne loweai ratea. JE. MU*«**. Asa*. ANCHOR LENS. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMEBA da$. ' ) LOW CABIÎÎ8, $<10 These Steamers d< o not carry cattle, NEW TOBE ■BlNS l $35to$«.y ExeftntonetBediu Passenger accommodation« are onattrp -xësaa Drafts at lowest rates, tsyfble (free of c A ror Dooxs o •PpV to » Or to SAMUEL F. BETTS, Adam* I* apM0-ly Baumxasos Baeras*, y Ol pro.., Wilmington, Del. RLAWARE OAKPKT MOUSE, 800 MARKET STREET. We bave luat reoelved a large .took of fie Tapestry Brusial*. Ttaroe ply mgr al«« and Damask. D CARPETINGS. Also a large assortment ol OIL CIOTHS. MATTIN0S AND WINDOW SHADS. Ulve n* a call and eatUfy youreelf that we an giving bargain*. HENRY GREBE, 1 LMINGTON. DEL WM 8. WATT, lOOO market street, PLUMBER, «TEAK A «AN FITTER Contractors furnished with estimates. All work guaranteed. Orders soli oiled md prompt attention given. GREENHOUSE HEATING a specialty. mySI-tr I4HBS 9K. »RYAN House Palmier, G gainer & Glazier rk lnjhls lino Is prepared to do all With ; Premptn* M u4 IHspftteh. Ordere reepeetfolly eoueltod* Office» No. 219 Shioln Street.