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be an or ty ists. to has tion cers 000. that by the to er in such ing ties the the and the as But ol ing for ble Cit HatfQ Sastfit A p. JOtflNKOBf. sailer * Preprleior THE DAIRY QA2KTTK Is publish ed every alternoon (Sunday exoepMxi.j at 4M Market street, and served by car riers to subs, rlber. In all parle of tbe city and surrounding towns and villages, for six eenls a week, pays bis weekly. Yearly subeorlbers, W In advance. It Is tbe only Democratic Dally paper In the city or Slate and baa a large and Increasing oil otx la tion. THk DELAWARE GAZETTE, estnb 1 Wired lu 1744, 1» tbe tardent and ioohI flourishing weekly paper In the Hl» to, and ta«« a larger otroalatkm than any other on tke Peninsula. puollulled every Thui »day afternoon, at *2 her year in ad unauiD at wiIaMIMgton posnori'icft am a«ouni>-€LAna matter. WEDNESDAY, NOYUUBEB M, IMtO. So Papeh To-mshkow.—T bs Ga zbttjc will uot be issued to-morrow. Tub cold weather puts everything back and among others the printers come iu for s largo share of »anoyance from It. The Dklawarb Gazette will bo printed this afternoon—s day in ad vance of its bsusI publication day In •rder that the employes may observe Thanksgiving. Thf cold w&atuku is hard on everybody that is compelled to labor ; but it is especially hard upon tbe poor who have not been prudent enough to be prepared for its sudden approach. This is one of tbe claims that to-morrow should impress upon tbe minds of tbe rich aud more favored. A little attention to a poor neighbor in the shape of a small gift will be a good way to begin the day. Perhaps it will be more needed now than at any other time during the approaching winter. We know that it is said that labor has been plentiful, and it may be added that those who are careful of what they make need uot be in want. V ery true ; but it is for the thoughtless that help is desired as well as the unfortunate. Our people are not backward and will hardly need this reminder ; but we thought it not out of place and hope that it may not be thought wholly unnec cessary. Thankseiviko To-mobrow.—W e shall not have another uppoitunity to Call the attention of ihs readers of the Gazette to the observance of Thanks giving Day, as requested by our excel lent Governor, iu his proclamation Issued in accordance with ■ uniform custom, setting apart to-morrow a* a day of "public thanksgiving and praise." Who shall compare the lot of this great people and determine how highly they are blessed above those of other climes aud other nations ? We need not pause tor an answer. The eloquent appeal to oar citizens as it comes trom Executive anthoiity will meet with an echo iu every Christian bosom. It urges us to remember that, "Aa gratitude aud love .are viituea which should mark the lives of all dependent aud rational beluga, it Is eminently proper at this season o[ the year in the midst of health, peace and prosperity to acknowledge in a pub lic mauner our thankfulness to the Almighty God for the innumerable bles sings aud mercies with which lie has surrounded us as a people, aud to lit! our hearts in humble supplication t. Him for the remission of our maulfold transgressions and tbe couliuuauce of Divine tavor and goodness." Suob is tbe language of the ruler whom you have chosen for the first office of tbe Commonwealth, His wise counsel further insists "that the people of this State assemble in their usual places of worship on that day for the purpose of rendering thanks to God aud entreating His protection aud guidance In the future." This should prove a peculiarly proper and pleasant duty. The sale deliverance from strife ; the plentiful yields of the fields and onr abundant harvest ; the protection from disease ; the favor with which the inhabitants of tbe earth gard us ; the rich yield of the mines and the manifold blessings that serve to mark our laud as the most favored of nations ; all tend to Impress the lan guage of authority and to render its voice more imperative, and your obe dience tbe highest duty that a citizen can render to society aud civilization. Let us, therefore, one and all give heed to it and rejoice in our lot, and with grateful hearts give thanks and praise to Him before whose presence all should bow and praise. re Thk total debt of the United States Is now *1,B08,5(X),(XX). At the end of August, 1805, when tha debt was at its maximum, it amounted to $3,000,000,000 ae that within the past fifteen years hare paid off no less than $1,091,500,000 of tbe liabilities incurred during the late war. Xu the debt of England dur ing the same period the reduction has been only $105,000,000. In referring to the "Faaaion Play, the N. Y. Herald, say» ;—"It is re freshing to read the opinions of men like Mr. Wallack, Mr. Palmerand Mr. Daly. They speak from the stage, and their roiee of condemnation doe» honor to the stage.' I» you propose to remind any of the destitute poor that to-morrow will be Tbanksgiviog Day, begin to-day. No mfttter how early you begin or how full your pocketbook is you can have occu pation for all your extra time and money. The Dememo ros the Incbbabe of the Army.—I t give* us hope for the future to hud that some of our Ke publieau ooutempories are insisting that the army should be reduced, aud, thereby a large amouut of the money raised for the support of the govern* ment be saved. The following good and earnest and forcible reasons in opposition to a further compliance with the demands of the Oeueral are from the Philadelphia Ttlegraph, able Republican journal. They will be read with interest by all who favor an economical administration : "Since Qeneral Sherman has been in command o£ihe army, he has persist ently, and with great emphasis, urged Congress the necessity ef increasing it numerically. In his forthcoming re port, a synopsis of which we have al ready published, he sets forth, at great length and with some feeling, Lis rea sons for demanding additions to the army. Uut we doubt if they will con vince the present Democratic Congress or that they should convince a future Republican Congress, that the necessi ty which is apparent to him really ex ists. The disposition of the National Legislature s ince the closu of the Re bellion, and especially since it lias buen controlled by the Democrats, has been to reduce the army to what the wise judgment of that body considered most expedient; and we believe the country has been entirely satistied with its tion in the premises. Tho legal strength of the army, including oil! cers aud subordinates of all grades, is 28,055 men. The effective or real force, however, after making allow auoes for clerks, uuassigued men, and those who are temporarily on detailed service, sick, or disabled, is about 20, 000. What Oeueral HLenuam ask that the legal force shall be increased by the number of 5,000, so as to bring the effective streugtn of the army up to what it only appears to be. In oth er words, ho wants 25,000 enlisted men in the line. There is no reason to believe that General Shermau, or any other promi nent soldier, would be satistied with such an addition if it were made. Hav ing gaiued that much, all the probabili ties are that they would cry for mote, uulil the army became something has what other countries understand army to be; for the larger aud more im posing the force under their command, the mors important doss their office be come aud the greater their power. Hut the country aud the tank of the army havu never agreed upon the question; and as long ss the country can have its own way about it, we hope they never will agree. A great , standing army on the .European plan circumstances render unnecessary, and an army even as large as we have at present would be unnecessary if the Government would But make up Its mind, and abide by Its determination, to deal honestly and equitably by its lndiau wards. Instead ol 26,1100 men wearing sw ords and carry ing guns, a force of 10.000 would be quite laige enough for every-day uses, for the real army of the United .Stales must always be in the volunteer and uot in the regnlar service. T he larger part of the latter is kept on duty to ena ble the Government to disregard its ob ligations to the Indians, aud to keep them in subjection whenever it is con sidered expedient for the whites to break treaties or steal their lands. If the Government would but declare In diana to be equal with others before the law, allow them to even to have the commonest rights of other dwellers upon our soil, the forces which are now either watching or light ing them could not only bo withdrawn from thslr territory, but disbanded. exceedingly small force would do as well as a large one; for it will be confessed by General Sherman even, that an army of a h dred thousand men would be of little value in . ase of a real war occurring bt tween the U sited States aud a foreigu Power, any one of w soldieis by the millions, should unhappily occur, it would bo necessary to have a force somewhat commensurate with any that could be sent agaiust it; and that kind of an army cannot be kept from the ordinary avoca taons of life in this couutry, to be always watching and waiting fur war. Not Satispiep with the Cknmds. —The Republican party leaders app. to be very much dissatisfied with the census as taken by tliuii friends. The census of South Carolina has already been taken a second lime by order of General Walker, of the Census Bureau, and it appeared to have proved very accurate, or was But now it turns out that auotbei enumeration of that fcdate has beeu ordered by the President to gratify bens tors Edmunds and Morrill. This It seems Is done from the apprehension that the State may gain a Representa tive in Congress to which it is not titled or may be kept out of one by other census made with a special view to further the interests of the Republican party. The "Passion Play" it now appuars will hardly be allowed to ho put the stage in any of the large cities of the Atlantic States. The protest tel egraphed from London against its ap pearance by Edwin Booth, the great aclor, has had a good effect with the atrical characters. Mr. Booth "The subject is not a proper one for play house. '' The "mill still grinding" is the way the Mtwi heads its reference the arrest of Democrats under the charges for illegal voting and incurring the dis pleasure of Republican officials election day. We hope the News takes no pleasure in seeing tho people dealt so harshly with and put to such necessary trouble. 1*. of by be ac h a Ia at XI. ■Ho ul tu uf y« be «mi be sued, or of t That being done, ■ bicli connu ua if such a war ol ar own party reporte J. t eii an on of its the has says : on un Another party of Mormon mission aries is abo'it to proceed to Europe this week to cuaice couverts. In the party there are several young men who unex pected to intiueoce persons of their own age. During the past year no less than 3 000 catechumens were Imported from Europe for the Church or the Lattei Day 3uiiu*. the be No full WANTED. W anted-a front lots near Franklin. Address «epW-dAwtf purchaser lor two 21 feet ou Delaware avenue, *W»' Gazette Orrio*. ANTK1).—A purchaser lor iwo nuely located cottage Iota at Kehoiiolh, exchange lor city **D." tilth olfioe. YV near the beach, or property. Address, sep9-d<fcwtf.__ MiniDt J^TOTK'E. The co-partnendiip heretofore exRliiig belW> eu H. M. Digglns, J* H. Craig ai.d.L. 1*. Buck under the firm name of 11. M. Higgins at Co., has this day been dissolved utlai contient ; L. 1'. lluek reli log. Will be conducted by the Wilmington, Del., Nov. ugIMO. 5>y The buhl maiuing members under liie aume llnu name. H. M. DIUGINH. J. 11. CRAIG. L. T. BUch. uov. 20-tf: OTICE.-PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. »täte oE Delaw auk, Executive Department, N Whereas, It appears by the represents tion of J. P. Aliinoud, May of WUiulngteU, that on W third instant, one William C. Guthrie, a carpan ter and bin hier of t lie »aid city of Wilmington, aged about 35 years, 5 fed y Inches in height, wlih light complex!« l'ght hair, browu luuaiache and chin whiskers, with a bald head and weighing about ibu pounds, who also bas u r»l 1 erlit impedluieul ln hin speech committed a rap** upon a child about liie age of 4 > by the name ol Davidson. And wbereas.il 1 m represented that tbe said William C. Guthrie lias lied from the Justice of Una »tale. Now, therefore, 1, John W. Hull, Gov ern« r ol the »tute o! Detaw auce with me provisions of the act of the Genera! Assembly passed at Don er, March 19, 1677, cutlllod "Ah Act to pro vide i«»r tbe arrest ol persona violating the law* of this »tale, and to appropriate money to pay for such arrests," do hereby oiler à r«*w *rd of tw«> hundred dollars, be i.ald by tbe said State, as provid« d lu a, for the apprehension ami «le of the sutd Will lam C. Guthrie of the ulty «■dnesday tbe accord Hatd livery Into tbe custody of tbe »beritl at the mou Jail of Ne within six month« fr« And. 1 de hereby re the several c« deputies aud ball ills, aud ail other police lb In tbe Hutte to be vigilant lion and all lawful ntus to cause the arrest of the suhl Wil U Guthrie and bis delivery Gael the date hereof, juest the shen ffs of of lb ty. . State, their olllcer« und use t*wei y e h id. in testimony thereof, I, John . • W, Hall, Goviruor ol the »lute * of Delaware, have here set ed the Great Seal ol tla«* my hand and c state to be alîlxud, at Dover, tins tenth •lay of November. one thousand eight bundled ami eignty. JOHN W. 11ALL. they Lord ol By the Governor, Wolcott. J Aim 1 re tar y of State. uovlo-eod*: BONDHOLDERS. TOT ICE 1 N UKJ'ICE Ol STATE 1 HUKKH. ) .1 iatW.i Dover Del. N By virtue of Netubiy, p«Nsed at 1 ■t «»f the Ge ral As February io holde i St Ate Bolins, tuât 1 shall at the i'n I lade!ph la Natu city of Philadelphia dm hours of that li nk, days ol J 1877, 1 hereby give li' 1 fb tend Bank, in Urn ns the bin* in es» the first throe sec ary, IHsl. prepared to re deem and pay oil all the b» ■Ho to 890, both Inclusive lion of one thousHiid dollars each o Issue of the bonds of tbe «1er «lais of January I, 188.'», aud 1 after the said first day of ary 1.1H81, tbe Interest. <»n said b«> 5. Robert j. Reynolds. Ire» ul No. the «lenom e of Delà ware, that trom will ce v5-2taw'.!m. N ORDINANi E MAKING A DI 'IT louai and eXtrao iu 1 uary appropria i for salaries. A tu uf WiJKiiKAS, owing to tin* appoint. «Jdilioiial district policemen aud spe ial po Ice. and the pay ers or the hire prlallon for aul appropr A iiekkas The luire that the appropriait« t. therefore, it of the ottl out the es l«»r t he « Is lnsulli« leul;and y« «»1 the city "k*111 .«lari be with Hcetl -n 1« virtue ol the | Belt ordained by the City C«» Wilmington, two-third« or all the t»ers thereof c Section I. That the HppropriatP salaries tor the year 1 the addition t hereto ol the si Passed at the City Hall, Nt 18*0. HARRY SHARPLKY, President of l.oum ll. Attest —Edmund B. Fra/.er, <'ier Council. r u i. 1 by ■d, kt «II Of rruiy. se«i by I *1,000. »er is, of -2L TGTICE-TO WATER RENTER». ] All persoua who have sold property list give at I he ofli N during tii«* present ye tl w riling to the Ueglslr I>ep, of the Wa day t Ice the t. before t i full f No •I , 1 >«I insert I f the purchaser ami tl the property • they will I»«* held liable for R the next year. Also all j Othen In v h< . lu a y y part«. t, must «1 pay for « le he I N ■ any bill al W. J. MOKIIOW, »V Hit lt.-r.iH $300 Reward. v t II lie paid fur 1 .1 till! permni or ' IIU--1 Hu- H.itutl 11 on I Three iiundred dolla t slid •ho P" Judge Le« ol tue 18ln lust., al D* law JetJerso id E. Walts, on the : AV« e aud ,J h n j.* I». ALL MOND, Mayor, ington, Nov. 19, IHN». W1 tf. I N OTICK. ■ till st . / Ml E Wn.s n. Del., N I Proper, y »11 please tioe that tak« •<ll ; vi 11 •By g p «V« d, In «/'tb.-y *. ' P« ! ol>S ORDINANCE R LA IT N G TO PA V E MENTs. y defer .1 by tbe Hi rent will plet ve it: Whenever nr obstructions 1 t« rib' ï tl» q»< • 1. t he pavet or the del ed at the proj age u t of the property t«* H id L< I« "»SL Ol h Inch 1* belongs and leporl tue i»ii the the City Co Mayor. novJ3 ill, to bo collected L. P. LYNCH, Htreel « 'oininlssiouc OUI I. Pers« N alt«( the «täte oi Du la Hlatesmthiary -«uivic July, lM>i, and paid alurwards again dr ; required to procure ;r the military draft,will find It n rate, either p» with the under« tnorl/ed by ttie from liie Secretary «»I War, the tion money paid t»y Hecretaryof War having been directed I») ct of Congress u» t paid on such case«. Dove. 1 Let., iulv to. i are f< Iu Vi .ty, 1 .all« ï ' ed D»; te o der theiaiu tneira-lvaulage to con, oually by lett gued, who lias be«* - • Legislature I« olle«-' uta The mi persons. »d the commuta C. H* B. D \ Y, FOlt HALE Oil UK NT. |AOR s\LE.—A building lot t 1 W. corner ol »tr« road Avenue, of the Wilmingn feet front « front Apply at (his orti the S. 1 Hull 1 ht.r(!» „ _ K. H., the »tlve in «fc W R. It. A v *, and 67 •et d s Ft. , West Wll lugton. noK HALE.-Building l«»t UM) feet ! :hes fr street ; 60 feet fr«»nt and (»1 feel front « fronts on the City line tlaoa Hd. Apply E I V Bun street Maryland Av e an«! Be« this office. In Chri tf, 171011 HALE.—Three adjoining lots, Xj a street. 50 feet by H2 feet 0 Inc. and 2i ft . near Railroad Av A Iso, Heal«I street. Apply ; street HR) feel deep; i, South Hid Thirteenth str 41b Market street. 1(»L ! f large load of Kindling <1. Order« can be left at Gray *fc Bros., Hecoud and King street«; at Townsend'«, Hixtti and Tatnall streets; John H. Miller's, Rising Huu, or at the factory, corner Union streets and Gilpin avenue. $1.50 lor 'A AMUSEMENTS. QBAJID OPKKA HOiftK, ONE MIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY, November 27. 1880. TUKOKKAT NEW YORK SUCCKSht POWER'S PARAGON COM Ell Y CO., In Sydney Ruseufleld'e Exquisite dy, ' , <t »» DR. CLYDE. It till« you with «cream« of laughlcr. «a>« the New York Herald, and la With out doubt the funuleal performance ever giveu In New York city. H3F Aduiitiaiou 36 and 5J Ceuta. Heaerved BCntii 75, to be »im«, al C. F. Thomas a Co'a nov23-5L 421 Market atreet. J jHAM» omu HOI MK, «»"AFTERNOON AND NIORT-«» Thursday, November 25th, 1880, J. E. McDonough and Robert Fulford MuUagors ami Proprietors. MISS ANNIE PIXLEY, The Charming SoiiKNtre w ho has Just cloned a gageaient at the Bost« mg I liât vital Huditorli 0ÜU persona In 14 peil« crowding the Walnut St.Theatre, Pblla delphia, with delighted audiences to her rendition of and AcLi >st brilliant en Theatre, crowd every night 22, ■ i M'LISS, CHILD THE HI ERRA. which play she will Introduce her varied Hfloctlon of aongH, duet* aud med leys. Hhe will be Kiipported by J. K. Mc Donough In hla famuli* role ol Yulm Bill, and a company latdon «5 and oOcvnUi, r«*wirved scmD*. 75 b'olutc merit. Ad cents, for sale at C . I-. 1 homaa a Fo.'a. uov20-4t, i'UßLW ISA LEE. Great Sale of Books, BOOKS, BOOKS, BOOKS. Ovi 2,000 volutins of books by the MOST RENOWNED AUTHOR.», ut auction, cueing THURSDAY Evening, November 1K, at 7.Ju o'clock, AT NO. H07 MARKET STREET, THOMAS M. OGLE, Auc. lov 18-81 y A LU ABLE REAL ESTATE private male. That valuable Real »State, situated « the Northe iMt corner « I iliir«l mil orange Wilmington, k This property ge street of one hundred aud twenty Je t eleven 1 ding hack parallel I eel fl v e 1th Oral ge mty feet ami n.) to third nee along mini street eighty •d live inches, isl ft. f, in). Two-thirds of the i he secured on the Apply to •lty. the 01 ty Hoap Work*, tage I : h a t (12 ft. 11 lu.) ext si reel eighly-o mg parallel I» il ini red and t :hea, (12*4 ft. Il Inches, and eleven street, the le» t ai oney ï property if des!; JAMES H. RAY. Newark, Del. 15-2W. S ALK Of COWS. The Hubscnbe s« d ui Public Sale, Lion, Fast M Chester county. Pa., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, lftftü, at 1 o'cloc»;, p. FORTY HEAD OF F KhHrt COWS AND HFKINGKUH,TWENTY HEAD OF FEEDERS. LoT OF YOUNG BULL» win Rml l borough, SILL A BAILEY, z. W. Htldhain A Sou, Auct'ra. •niiOMAS M. OGLE, AUCTIONEER 1 AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. . Bug hail flv s' experience In »rder'a Otllce, persons desiring o sell Real Estate, will find it a call. ye the K eha> the! I» d* vantage to gi d, reuts collected » buy h Hou» ed m ; ?turn hly. Will i oikI hand «I hand fu Market •tion sales prompt i«ibie lure. i for sale. Hit . Del. l ■ W » Imlugt« y a Mend «mI t«». m «I« CYRI IOH N MALI; IJ Ofr Valuable Real Estate. 'i'll•* Kxecuh ill sell ON THURSDAY. De oi Harlan Cloud, de 'ublic Hate, ember 9, 1*H0, premlsea described No. 8, th« 1 !' jH ! ' f"'* 1 I la * i: ItruperLUw U> wit: No. l.ttio isg one hundred huice land, siiuated part county, Del., and partly ty. Pa., on tiie road lead «• !• ..I N «I • ii 'best Wil U» Ken nett Hq «gt*» !: H lllile; latter | buyingth •d 4 from tti« «1 fe A •td. d si sbusli toil s toi» I* good I»»« decker I dwelling will falltnx wi It rat« r al th door nth « er overshut« uttacuod, large shed f«»r U shelter water lr«» »«I vugoi I «•11 by fallln. uiement bo P,a spring h «g «»1 M with flame of apples, ehe pu aU;r, sp • te- I here Is sn <» les, «fcc., In good be supply of timber for bard mg , ï fencing. N«. 2, adjoins No. 1, ' Bern, .».«1 «»t be «1 Is bounded by .«•tl J. K .air, John M. Y eat rs, containing flfty-tlire <1 twenty three hieb bur. The far «mart« lies, of F ilh growtl - laud is inter go«»tl fence. MhI ol a ling. well of water > a few feet fi client water, ened, 'll by pi good bear• led <ii 1(»H The house with spring ti( h spring of with «»' th water apple it Ih doo ha ■1 fi I Is rchard lug h le«l i the orth by No. 2, . E. Garrett, east ett J. Klair, und contai I« by W by lb * «1 forty-two part «»f which 1« set ereile« of land, a g*M»«l growth of Umber, the fa in .« good state of euillvatlon. dl inl«j euclosures, well w >eing ted i«» grazing. There rchard tb ! land 1« <1 j fenced, L" »endow a thrifiy up Ü ! I ï full bearing. The 1 pr are a large I, ■ • with p a: bu ll pu I» i a never • ul the falling well of si in double «lecker b I dot . st« •r overslmie aud »ulng ill. on bouse ai yard, spring g«M«l spring of water, black her buildings. parcel of woodland tided by lands of Richard Fisher, George Ball j and others c« ater sinitb shop ii No I. A piece «iluaied in Mill Creek tl died, 1» d «e j Leuths acres, the same heilig covered with a g«»«»«i growth of timber, principally chestnut, valuable lor fe The-e j.roperthjs »ire beautifully i within tea minutes walk of Yor tue Delaware Western lie« «ou th D lie Baltimore Central Railroad, c veulent to mMm»o 1 s, mills and places ol ship. The attention of eupitMlisls «hing to engage In the farming requested to ex such « exposed at public sale, will b«) sold separate or to gather to suit purchaser«. The building* •pair, a good portion having ly looted within the last f«»ur years. Pi rsoio wishing to view the abo properties w George D. Cloud No. 3. Conditions at sale. ilng J purp«, located. itHtl" Rosedale . alio.» « road, and Lll«»l dairying bus aiuiue tnesu places property Nos. und 3 iu K«»*»'l ill be showu the same by J. i\ Cloud JAM KH P. CLOUD, ABRAM PALMER, Exécuter«. L. W. STIDHAM «fc HON, Auctioneer». Fashionable Furniture. J. & J. N. U1KM\, \o. 410 Stfeug Street, WILMINGTON, DKL. W** reupeclftilly Inform the citi zens ol WllmlugLon ami 1 he rounding country that we cou _ manufacture and keep Hand a largo and long establish d I IFXJIRvIISriTTTIR/El UK EVERY VARIETY AND MI'YCK, Consisting of Mahogany, Koaewood and Walnut Furniture »uiiatde lor parlor, dining room and chamber une*, our assortment ol Furniture la larger tie lou nd <n «old at and more varied than c Delaware, and all arllcl chtahiUhment are warrantai aa repre V en Ilian Blinda of tbe moat fatihlouablL designs made to order and kept con*taut; ly on band. Wc also manufacture coiiNtauliy keep a large assortment ol Hpring, Hair, Mo«« and Husk AfaUiesae*. .J st J. N. HA KM AN. d •»y ZEIXLA-IMIIIISriE YOUR WARDROBE And it you need a «alt, part of a suit overcoat, remember give our utidl vldcd attention to till« one particular brauch of huHlueaa. Wo arc «pecula tor» hi a combine«! ie.uly made ami tall or lug business, but product In tbe tailoring art. cloth enables of line w »rk Long experience In to Judge of IU quality and we bave equal advantage In purchas ing for cloths made to order, therefore you would most likely gel Nutls.'acllo FERD CARBON, Merchant Tailor, m Market Ht with us. oct2J.li B 111 N Extract Witch-Hazel, OR HAMAMELIS. Equal In slreiigth and purity to the ma iy li I, and at 41 Half flip l*s ire ol POND'S EXTRACT. Hold lu hott « ut 25 cents and 50 c« its. Z JAMES BELT. A 1*01 HECAKY. *l KiU mid .Väurkrt Nin. WILMINGTON. DEL mil.\MLV, i iiam»i,i;k d 4«»., R BANKERS 718 MArtKEf STREET WILMINGTON, DEL., FOR HALE. 91.000 Will i)e|KMits lowed ilngtou City 8 p< ceut. cent Loua lute rest a ed, 4 p« el 1 daily tmlauct 80 sliares City Pi d forelgi e.»g«îr Railway stock. Investrueut. Ho ul sold. les bought up 15 li rjlHE A RT 1Z AN H WAV 1 N GH BANK. 5o2 market . . HTREET, January 24th, l»8l. • «iep«»sits <ian> froin.» a an*f ou Tues«i«ty ami Su liM-k, iNCOItl . . Open to Ul I 1*. M.. M., urdav ev«*iilngn from? t«» hem ï - a s n l'aldiv: den i >. adel regularly When dividend« April ot withdrawn . in depos jM»iin«J inen lauere , they pe. »ent depoaiui c twice in eucli MAN AUKRH Clement H. Smyth CiiuN. W.T« Nat* Henry F. Dure, W. Hastings, Edward Pusey, , , George W. Bush, 1 tieorgeH. Capelie, ■ lisent '1 It. Benson, M. Ia. Lichensteln <1 Darlington Job H. Jackson. Win. H. E«l ut h '."it' 1 *" Prasldeuu i *si «lent. GEO KO. H. CAPELLE. Vice I\, leb2l-lv K T. TA Y LOR J'l .« I*. J^ilRHT NATIONAL BANK Kki'omitoky or thk Public Mon... OF WU.M1NUTON A N I» FIN AN IAL AGI l'H OK THK UNI TED »TATE». ED WAR». HETTrt. P.ucHf .,»., ». GEO. 1». ARMSTRONG, Ca-*« 95011,001 . Faid »I» <apl till, York Isiied to regular Deport Pliiladelptiia, Ne chauge 1 witnout cliarg«. Diseounl days, Momlays al 6.3d A. M. irsdy DI RECTO RH. Clement B. Hmyth, J oi» n n. Adams, ry H. McC. Dauiei James, George W. Bust. i*.li Garrett, I Ham'l Baucroft, lr, I WilliaiM 'latrial , ii 11 'Mk. Ian 1-1 y ib. Ed TO PHYSlCIANti —A ND— LONNII.'IHIIN OF CCD LIVER OIL. experience ! faction st» orten attending toe dispensing »y of the emulsions in the maraet 1 I«1 call yn.ir aileuiion to some «»f tm features ol theemui«.on which J pared and dispensed i varyiug satisfaction, nnesl Norwegh Ioun «Mir« material and l facture. By carof ISlOU IS IIIR.lt! Mowing iro ï »! li ■ pic Illi no. y* The Oil al tue most Hcrui tiie Mail «»i Us Hinpulai ed Lhe Hi of ail Mil*. ith liie «mal lest j»os sihie Hiii(»unl of ginn, and ny Lue very nil* nute division of the oil globule« ed very iluld «1 perfectly pamuni Each tablespoouful cowtains &u n of L II and û grain« of IJ> pophosphite • m«*. »ample« will be gladly furnish«* a Physicians woo ma y «losi PUI up In pint bottles, price *»i. 'aclured and sold vzholesale aud V,. E, WILLiA.flH, DKtTQOlHT. limni. Ma ail by m atm M C H Is J^KW HYDRAULIC RAM ! Tiie ! g' » d ly Horizontal Ra <»rk made, Will d for circu 1SAAC B. MILLINGTON A C<J »UK81-4LW Chester. Pa light fall. 9 A 9 I C I" A "V 4 Deulorft make Money wltb yy U L ft I w T. HOULE SB CO., 130 ■■ III U I lM w ' lllH Htreet, Chlcag«* • ill Aw Tl I !'J_ Write for particulars, octweodiy // I ■V Vf 3»' VvS* ■ ONLY PAD C\ ij T . H . E r i UING Cures by aBtUHPnt)N (Ntturn's X * wa LUNG l>l«KA«KM, ni KO Al IHNKAMI», URRaTHING thoubleh. All It DR1VKH INTO the s< «lern curative agent h and healing madid uh-, it DRAW H FROM the diseased pui ta the polaona thatcauae death Thousand« testify to lia virtues. You Can be Relieved and Cui cd Don't d cm pal r until you have tried tills Henslble. Easily Applied and RADICALLY El* FKiTl'Ah Remeity. Hold by Druggiala, or «eut by mail on receipt of price, $2, by THE "0NL1" LUNG PAD CO. WILLIAMN BLtMK, DETROIT, Mich. book. Send for Testimonials and - "Three Millions a Year," «cut free. Oct21-w9m »IMS am. 1.1«! (JOHN. The 1 aUr^eMt IjtIu^k —OF— J33BGS1SH ln me City at F it t: YU'S N< 17 E. Necoutl Ntreel Tool lal ! jyiö Lovi ra of F«*ol can And a fli uere. you «ILL FIND CjnIhhh ol" Heer lu tbe city,at A.. Hauler's Saloon. 200 H LSI NKOM) S1K1I I , Every body «av« Tbe beat tanh. SGHOOL STATIONERY. ALL KINDH of ARTICLES NIOCES* HARY FORHCU'JDARH CAN BE HADOF E. S. E». Butler, No 420 NAKKKI NI UKt.l', üüNl.V y n a : * AJ A i lt C ■ SOo, FORMER PRIuE $1-00 VV . lï. COLE. Men's Furnishing Goodï, 20-2 MA RK KT STttEKT. OPENING ! SA-TXJTE^ID^Y, October 2d. »ported and Domestic 1 C LOAKS FOR LADIES I MISSES Our assortment, of Ladles' Cloak», Coat», DitlmunM • omprlae all the leading styles ami cannot be excelled for elegance, beauty of fit and finish. With iu creased facilities for the manufacture q f cloaks, « _ aflord to sell cheaper than parties who have to purchase theirs at considerable profit from the mauuiacturer. Our specialty this seas«»n : 10 Diffetent Styles of Cloaks Neatly trl mod anti made ol good material. $5.00 .EACH We propose to «ell over 3,000.01 five dollar cloaks. ivi. L, Lichtenstein, iîao iVk.Ätx*lar ot wit,' T Vf »TON DKL. Laiujest Retail htoce oeHohikuy and Underwear in America. Cook A Brothku Nom. 61 aud 63 North Eiohth Ht., »'hila delphia. Mail orders will have prompt attention. Jan29-wly3pnr. G.WORas Special Noti c ; »I.ANKiriiS AM. n . MERINO UNDEi [ i »From to 11 of A ri. 1 UcMffl H OS IK ; i i M lal(.>t >t . ' Kress CooJi 111 k \ i 0 < .U The newest lroiu Note.- We and bec us. xhaUuH Hiiii , GRANVILLE WON S20 ami Sli'J Marl,? M ASOAH I I Ill'l l, lulyl-ly. JWi'KLS. r.r h*' 1 SSV; mb « atkiO'; . ' : I Lia k« :• ■ fi h] m frftr »Lij DR-HAYDOCI •JtSTEW LIVER I'll. (Sl'UAlt «»!*»; pii.i. «*• » «»«"•i >1. 1*11.1. IS « ItitM o\t: I'll.«, is > I Th« ae Pills bilious grapple aud root one«*. 1 inalari.il « « rill* «I - They t-.rii y u ï all lurin'. «»! • ease epidemics, btsinallc « 1 :«. « « g < i. ï t Dr. B •li .•lies, enlivens Un* s end blood HOUNUINU TIIBllt l.il TÜV. '■ »end Jor ibis 1 take ï tali« loolb 11 I s other t-* lt«> leniedyati Jake dise.» saved many day - "* Uh ' Dr. Haydock's the ti ue gr and the gr Nuvv L:..r test ALL. OVEU THIS v dl 1 ' BOPLK THK he t*'> What hundreds *•! tient« ul over tb« Dr. liuydock.yuur Ot rid OXK pills taken N te pills c After suiierlng colic tw«»oi youi me. au l I have n Thanks D*»«-t«»r. M> j* me. »end t e house ortur» ; r N i*s treated n „ they cttl incurable. jtlte; in Our doc« led H stlpallon said B w Pills cur. 1 lmd n V Hap-k ? Up I • Pills g.« r.pllls a » .1 1 k has Dr. Hay Dial I gave hall «> babe for ebolois orbuH 1 !••> ■ thing got My nausea *>> u 1 u» d no more head i vial «if Dr. oruhir ihea. S-ru LI] ik's . Dai Pills cured pal in the head. ; two vials; I vv;4li ' Hend 'ZÄiv. »lulKuf T ÜUI • uI'Aou-.— "0 Pills by re. , my D'"' ''use 1 '" 1 n tin- Kl" 11 ail Diseases F« Hon «>f U 1*111« satisfy the For Female Dis* 1 tion, Weakness* Appetite and ,kV>«w Ltv eifectual rent They « a cuie e EACH VIAl.iuNlA Due » o?tl skeptu N. i -al ;• k lieft*L'. ,1 be •' Phis ed> are universal ln U»» lr an almost ' llsU K> NS t l .« 1 .»JtICKTWl ■Kl y au FOR HALE Cau iioN-N slg' — « ach Viaiol 1 ■ J] f of v . «I« • di Coaled. 4 ! H Y . iüf*;.«.. Buy uov22-cod<fc w • ___ li «. v. J ACttNON Lime - and Marble Conpa-; IMI» Ca'>k" Have ma uute.l JaekHU are ready u> mi« 1 ''" Up to its Original Tua beat b" 1 ' 1 * 111 .'*. "lii« estate.. h/llLS»»" 111 " „.uivr. mortar to tbe j, ^.r etuu mortar them. ,, ln , . Jefieriwu strew«-. tand ard ' a «W ^ . than the or 520 «pö-WU.