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F mm «MALL FARM OF 12 •or«., uo»rL«u. «abarg. Oood Und. jjfb"« .«1 t»rn Oofr »HW. If »Ola ■SS rfiViKM. 2S-. ""kBPkVKWÄsND. Ju*-8f __ 616 Market street. J^^waST&NÎsaMi.. 801 Kin g HU eet haLB.— A bulhllng lot on the H. W corner of Stroud street aud Rall . avenue, near the looomotlve house n ^ d hrwilmlnstuu A W.»i.rn R. R.. » ?' 1 tïoot on oi R. R. Avenue, end »7 feel Eînton Stroud aired, We.l WlliulDKton. TO .etthUoacA _. J£.. "tSST!»*!.*.—MU ldm, lot 100 led K°mohei trout ju eouth aide of Beech . feet front on Veil Buren atreet 1 I teet fronton Maryland Avenue; Âaoïthaul/ Mue, and Ile» JSÏÏttd. Ap ply at t hla ogee. #•»>!» lu un na if, flüff «tweL 01, Apply 'atHtt ''Ma?* *ui tr£?tl if. WAR TED. ANTKIL-Tbe public to know that the Daily Gazsttic Is offering Ul rates for advertisement* of Wants, förilent. For Bale. Lost and Found, and SSirdlng! Wants of 4 lines Inserted, For one time, 2t) cents. For two times, 86 oents. For three times. 50 cents. For fbar tlnn s, 66 cents. For five times, 80 oents. times, 66 oents. gw-In view of the large number* of in diî-Lrious men aud women now out of d idlyment,we will until lurtüer notioe. orlnt PRBE bF CHARGE, several times, all bona-fide advertisements, sent to thU office properly worded, and not more than five lines In length, of persons oi rsex who desire to obtain situations. For am Driver want» ANTED.—A Hostler â home. Country notel pi efrred. Call at onoe, 2nd door below A on Queen street. W W ANTED.—A purchaser for two hnely located ootiage lota at Rehotfolb, near the boacb.oran exchange tor city property. Address, "D tills office. sepkdAwtf. _ W ANTED.—An old fashioned middle aged or elderly single man, with poo or more, to Join single and sola country village, u> keen store andoook. Hood reference required. Ad dressVJ. H. B. R-. Bosl Office, Wilming ton. Del. . _ _ ANTED.— A young woman wlsliee a Houn* keeper. Can W situation furnish good relereuce. Address, my 17 M. O. B-, This office. W ANTED.— Situation by a nrei-olass englueer who understand«* hi** busi ness thoroughly Hoher, industrious »«nd reliable. Address,^ "Engineer,' W ANTED—All person who are vint of anything, to make ku tbelr wants through the oo.umus of the Oassitb. II In U COAL ANIS WOOD. am now prepared ro dkuivm all sizes of l COAL, ÖÜTKMOU QUA_ a Y For (ami./ use at the LOWEST MARKET RATES All ooal well screened and pu» u collars. B„ r. TOWNSEND, OVVICB AND Y AT D, FOOT OV FoUKTH H. aogSl-ly* Seeds! Jeeds! HENDERbON'S. full| line or Henderson'^ [celebrated seeds for sale at Crippen's Seed House. These seeds are known to all Gardener*, and Truckers mi being the beet aeed offered Iu the market. BEET HEED, BEANS, PEAS, CORN. RADISH, SALSIFY, BPINICH. CAffBAGE; CELE LETTUCE, PUMPKIN AND TOMATO SEEDS Together with a fall stock of all known varied«* ; alao Vick'» and li end union'a FLOWER 8BEDS. beat celery grown, try i'a Half Dwarf, Also t TEA AMD COFFEE and PURE SPOOKS in the elty, at Hender best CRIPPEN'S TELA. STORES. No. 8 W. Third Street No.# East »econo s|. viuiiwro«. ml. Don't t.rg«t th. un4«r, onl, Irom Market MroM. Red Eront 8 door« I4K« ML. SAYAN Boom Painter, Oamrer & Glazier ^fepropand lo do all rk in his line Pr*mpi U9as u< | iHipMteh. ,r * ^PeotfuUy solicited. ^fflg'No.219 Shtolw Street. 70 PHYSICIANS -AND OONlUMBRa OF COD LIVER OIL. Known* „on ^ experience me ausans J*or Mlsasign to some of tke "«emulsion which I bavepre vSüiÄÄJK®*«* ** J**n with un. #ï2nL*£i^*0Uan. The OH used la the lenaLvPF****»® »«d the moat acrupu >aat»îîîilî.2V rcl>— lnthe choice of all tkXiS ? 1 * n •▼•nr detail of it* manu emnuî'o. «nsnlpulatlon thla ■Sie aiSÄÄ? 11 ^ 16 wlth smallest pos sSäää ■1 W.E, WILLIAMS, DRVOôia Those terrible HesdsehM gene rated by obstructed secretions, and to which ladles espeolaily sublect, ean always be relieved uad their recurrence prevented by the ErrKRVKSCENT Ski.tzkk Apxkibwt. of Taxramt's PROCURABLE AT ALL DRUO STORE* RAILROAD LIN EH. |)HI I.A 1)121.1* Si I A, WILNIlHlTOft I ANU KALT I MOM»: KAILkOtl*. MAY 22, 1881. will lea ve Wilmington »«foil- ,w-i for Philadelphia aud InlerinedlateHtalton -, 7.UÜ, 5.10, W.lu,Hi.:»U a. in. : 2.0b. 4 00;7.U0. p. m. Pnliadeiphtn (Express) 8.3U. ft. m. 12.16, 8.66 p. m Phila. aud New York, 2.06. 2.V6, «.HU. 7.(m 9.6f> 11.53 a. m., 12.43, 2. "3, 5.. >2, 8.38 pm. Baltimore and Intern.ediate station tU8H.ni. 4.46 p. m. Perrvvllle and Intermediate HluMon 6.16 p. m. Baltimore Baltimore mu j.OU. 9.56 and Hay line, 8.50 p. and Washington, lHii. «12 4.02 , 7.06,8.88, a. m.; UDA. 1.04. 18.104.22.168 p.u, Trains for Delaware Division, leave lo* New Castle (J.00, 9.36, a. in.; 1.06 1.0«' 0.5 P Harrington aud Intermediate Htath :\s 9.36 a. in. ; 1.U5, »».26 p. m. Del mar and Intermediate Stations, J .36 Hl'NDAY TKAINH, Philadelphia and lu terme 1 nteMaUom 8.10 a. in. : 6.U0, 7.CU. 10.00 p. in. PhPaJelphla Jc New York, 2.06, 2. , v6 a. n «.:•« p. m. Hallimore and Washington, 12.51, 2.12 4.02,7.65. a. m.. 1UAI p. m. For further uiioruiwiiun passeug referred to the time tables posted depot H. F. KENNEY. Buperlntendeut a. m.; 1.06p. m. at tue IN" H3 IR, "VI IST JE — OR— TONIC A SPECIFIC a A Boon A RKMELY WITHOUT A RIVAL foi ail dlHease* urleing iroin Nervoue Debil ity, Sexual DlsorderH, over Indulgence o? Vicious Habits, a« well ae irom the pros tratlou of old age. iu curative proper !u violent and chronic forms of tu« .oliowing dtse«M«cH hav*f been attested t< <»y in.- most Eminem Physicians : DYSPEPSIA SEXUAL EXHAUST'D.^ SELF ABUSE SPERM AToUitlUEA UEADaCUE O EN ER AL DEBILITY DIZZINESS IM POTENCY PREM ATU RE DEÇA Y, Au., Au. It bas uoeu is to-day forty yeara, an. aedy to most popular .Ue «1 1 Metises aoovc-tueufioned Iu th> be used without regan> , aud belta> , ware aud certain curt WOULD, it to diet. Is pleaauuL lu than ail,It Is a quack mediaino, but stautls upot, merit.I, as any trial will amply demonstrate. Mluoe 1838, this remedy Ua> always beeu sold lor a much larger prie* that for which it ih now sold; bu. owing lo the fact that the Lime foi lb« payweuLol hu enorm ou u royalty upon itr manufacture ha«* expired, R ta offered lo the MUdering of botu sexes per box ,mo as to all; at which price.. uldress free ol further charge. Addreiw, DR. WILLIAM YOUNO, JloBpruceSt , Phil« « diseases t> a 6Bx Its doli at within the reach o will h»e sent to any UOUMllK-d May • uall. 33d: Popular Monthly Drawing ol the Commonwealth Distribution Co. AT MAOADl.Br 'S TUKATHK, In the City ot lsmlsvllle, THURSDAY, JUNE 30th, 1831 These drawing* occur iuoulhly (Huu •lays excelled), uuder prov.Hions of Act of the tieueial Asseinbly of Ken tucky, Incorporating the Newport Prlul d Newspaper Co., approved April 9. IK7H. 1 ASrTUiH la a special act, aud has neve pealed. United Btalea Circuit Court The March 31 .rendered the following declHionh 1*1. Thai the Commonwealth Dislribulio < ütnpitnu U lei/aL 2d. Iu Drawing* N. B.—The Company has n«*w i large reserve fuuU. RoaU Hie DmI o the llAUi JUNE DRAWING. . lo.liu . . 10,00» . is.uu . 10,00« . lo.ota. . 12 , 00 » 1000 true* 10 each . I0,UU< « prize* f.i«Ai each. Approximation prize « 2,7(> t prize* 200 each, •• " 1,80« ! prize* 100 eurJi, I.WU Pritet, ïllfMt; W hole Ticket* *2. Hail Ticket*. *1. 17 Ticket«. fiO. 56 Ticket«, HOC Remit money or bank draft in letter, oi und by expraaa. DON'T BEND Bt REGISTERED LETTER OR POST OFFICE ORDER- Orders of *5 aud up ward, by expreah, can tie «eut at our ex Dense. Add enaalI ordc-sto R. M.Board sax. Conrle. journal Building, Loula Ville, Ky.. or T. J. COMMKRKORD, SOU BrtMMlwav. N«w T->-k. 'anl. I'rize . 10 Pines Sl.iHJO each 20 Prize* 100 th-ize* 2M Frizes loo each 60 each 20 each 6011 /'rut j WN I. & J. N. HARMAN, 410 im STKLBr, M ■ Furniture, Furniture. i'he Largest, Finest and most complete «took oi FXJE.iTXTXJÄS i'o he found In the State of Delaware cai -be »een at our ware rooms, to. 410 King Mireet. Good good* and ''W price«. la 028. David M'Closkej FAHIIIONABLE H atter 414L Market Htreet, Adjniniu« tne Gaaette Oflloe WILMINGTON, DKL A Fine Avortaient of Cone« and Urn .«.IU' «Itvif-lv IUIINUT. w COLOR WORKS Sealing Wax for Fruit Jan, -AHU SOMJABLB BlO* FOR THE LAUNDRY Bradford's Paint Store, No«. 6 and H E. T hird 8 treat, YOU KI8MED ME. You kissed D.opptd low With a (eel ini' of shelter And ufiulteresi; Wlille the holy emotions My tongue dare not speak Flashed up In a 11 ■ From my bean i I my head breast, > my eheek. Y«» uraiM held me last— Oh, your arms were so bold i Heart neat nimmst ueart iu your passionate lold. Your glunoes seemtvl ora «log My soul through my eyes. As the From Your lips clung to mine Till 1 urayed la bliss They might never unclasp From two rapturous kins. draws the mist seas to the skies, ! my heart And my breath a-.d my will, l'i delirious Joy, For a moment stood still. Lite hud for No temptations, No vision of happiness Outside of your »rin«. And An angel possessed Of the peace and the J< That ure given the blest I would fling my white robes Uurepeu lugly down would tear from my forehead You kiss'd I iici) charms, 1 this lustunt ov lm beautiful crown. To nesi le once more Jn that haven of rest, Your lips to mine M y lie-id on your hi east t You kitsed me! my soul divine, Reeled add swooned like a drunken lli a bllSH Foolish with wine t And 1 thought 'twere delicious To die there. If denLh Would but c«>ine whHe my lips Were yet moist with your breath ; if uiy heart mlgnt grow cold While your arms olasied In then passion a e folc. And tbeae are the que ;tlons I a*«k day and night: Musi my lip* Buch exquisite Would you c Were my shelter as then, Aud 11 you were here Would you kiss I round s taste mors breast delight 7 re Iryou again? Talmage on tlie Now Version. From the N. Y. blur. The Lew versiou of the Bible recoiv ed a few square blows from Kev. Dr. Talmage yesterday morning, and judg ing from the manner in which his op position was received, bin congregation heartily agreed with him. The Tab oruaole was crowded to nuuh excess that an seats by the late comers. As is his custom, Dr. Talmage re peated the Lord's Prayer at the open ing of the service. He gave the uew version, and concluded with 'delivei us from the evil one.' 'i'll slop right there,' he said, "be cause the uew version says I must," this cauned a titter among the auditors which increased in volume as the Kev eud geutlemau read f«om the Bible. There was s sarcastic look on his face as he opened the Book. "I will read the fifth chapter of J.)bu," he said. Tbeu he suddenly paused, and added ; "I will uol read Hist ; it Is abolished by the uew revlsiou. 1 will read the eighth chapter—no that is abolished, too. We will have to go lo the Old Testament. The Old Testa ment company has uot reported, and will not/or two years," aud Dr. Tal mage proceeded to read the nineteenth l 'salin of David. This new revlsiou is before the world. Many said, 'Hear what others say aud then accept their opiulon.' (Laughter.) 1 tell you that bossiuui is just as great iu the Church as iu politics, aud monop oly would rule there as well as in the (Uiiket. Bat what is the criticism of thlukiug studeuta and the voice of the whole people? They regret that this re vision was attempted, aud look upon li a desecration and a religious ou. rage. 1 am satisfied to put it with other c.«n> msutanes on my library shelves, but uot to put it in iny family as the Bible." "We bad a translation two hundred years old imprinted ou the hearts of all, pronounced to be the masterpiece of Euglish prose ; a work revolutionizing the wo! Id good and satiafactoi-y to all Christeudom and a few doctors of di vinity formed two companies, aud they have been at work for ten years and a uew versiou has been given to the world in a dramatic mamier, holding it back until a certain hour, which was heralded iu all the papers. "These reviewers began by saying that there are forty mistakes in the Sermon on the Mount, 10,000 in the New Testament, and 150,000 different read in*;*, it will throw into infidelity more than these thirly-eiçht can ever preach into Christianity if they live to Ue as old as Methnslah. For two cen turies we have b n s> riving to prove this book true. These are only the mutterings before the storm of Indig nation. Hands off the word of God 1 !" lie exclaimed. "Remember the fate of Uzzah. Th *e revisers have put their hands on the music of the angels at Bethlehem. If the angels had kuowo they would have come uuder revision they would uot have sun^ so loud. 'Peace on earth, good will to men,' nays the old versiou. 'Peace on earth, aud good w.ll to the man in whom he •s well pleated,'saysthe new. [Laugh ter. ] All the wide sweep of the mean mg gone, and the Christmas carol choked black in the face. A burst of applause followed that quite drowned the speaker's voiee. Alter requiting his auditors to refrain from any mark of approbation or dis« approbation, he laid his baud tenderly t he Bible and said : "I put my hand on thisold book and take oath of alle dance that, so help me God, 1 will st» at by it. Whether sanctioned by high or low autüoriiy. I take my stand by the old Bible. "These thirty eight gentlemen, af ter ten years' tinkering with the word of God, have not found anewdoctnue. Then why this shock to the old asso ciations and why this loosening of old ties? It is now too late for a new t r anslotion. If this new version suc ceeds, you will have to watoh your lit tle ones and jerk them up lest they run, into au unauthorized version. [Laughter.] Aw Ay with your com mentator' " oried Talmage, "this pro poses ohao' and night. Tb« preacher siaied that be nnder ntood that thee revisers were frr from •«lug the b' «t scholars of Englaud and Ireland. "High < flioe Is no gi est sign of high Hchohirehip," be sold, "and D. D ami LL D. ar«- oiieu the heavy baggage of s v*«iy email train. 1 call this uew version pedantic, Imprudent, fslie." He farther stated that the gentleman In cuarge of the A me» «can por.on of tbo revision wii born in a foreign laud. "He in reality says that the Christian people for years have been drawing in rplratiion .rom the jaw bone of an *«•».— I could call the roll of a bun died Amen to the the platfoim steps were used cm aohoiar» w.l'«» a American bra' C*» of tbase revi When« Is Priuc*toti, or Middletown New Brnaswlok, •*ra.— Columbia reprHHMut edV It Is is a literal botch!" he exclaim ed forcibly, "and Will never be adopted if the people »peak ont their I SïïT.&S , 'o?' ,, ?ï: ü : < i5 l ÏÏTut 1 senti Now. I open breaking up into vent**, one page of the new version aud i find one paragrph a column and a half long/' Dr. T Image sanl that her« jetted the new version because it was a triviality, and explained tne trifling differences or tlie two versions in many respect. "ObrlHt said,'Show me a penny.' but this new version reads. 'Show me a de nari»»—(laughter)—and where St. Peter is desortoed si almost naked, the new yendon says that ha had on bis under garments only. [Renewed laughter.] «into a mountain' is 'into the mountain, 'strain at a goat' is 'strain out a gnat,' and there are many other infinitesimal differences. ''But this Is only a foretaste, when, after three years ttieOld Testament Com pany report. 1 often wonder If those genilemeu duiiug the Irst ten years would not bave doue better In proaeh ing the truths of the Bible that la find ing fault with it. 1 8'opped short this morning in the Lord's Prayer and omit ted thedoxology, according to the re vision, but 1 never shall again, uuitse 1 a in dying, and then 1 wl'l conclude it In Heaven. 1 reject this revision also btcause It comae so inappropriately, lost when the lorcrs of Heaven sou hell are opposing each other, and it r iks ns to stop in the midst or the battle and see If oar sword is bock« d and if the tassels on the hilt the same as tho*e worn '/JO year ago. to hold a dis In a Waterloo they tell -Hton about the definite aud indefinite .snide, and to discuss angels and stroke fheir feat bers the other way. - "Bold to your Bible*!" he screamed, "the old Bible its mutilation take more than seventy-one revisors to blot out the memory of the people. The only revision Is thaimade by your pen cils on the margin. 1 call upon all read ers, teachers and ministers to be quick to prob t against this soholarly profana tion. The only Bible for me. By its torch may we ttud our Way tj the eud of pilgrimage, aud 'Thine is the king dom and tka power and the glory, for erer and ever, amen.' " Is good enough for me; b called revision. It will Matrimonial Wbluas. From the Minneapolis Tribune. Â Springfield sewing girl some time advertisement for s ago answered wife which a Dubuque, Iowa, mau plac ed iu an claiming aud posted ofconslderable means, wrote tlie letter "just for fun," but it happened to strike the fancy of the iiawkeye citizen, and it resulted In an exchange of photographs aud a loving correspondence. Realizing at length that she was carrying the ioke too far, the girl confessed her deception, and this confession led the way to ment and an appointment Oelweeu the parties to meet at Minneapolis to be married. But when she earn* to see her idol face to face, what was her vexation to behold, Instead of the manly, intelli gent, and comely individul which the photograph had promised, a parly wear ing an old slouch hat, decidedly seedy iu appearauce, and altogether unattractive. She bade him depart without ceremony, which he did, alter chiding her bitterly because of her réfutai to keep the con tract. She returned to New England, but consternation akin to despair seized h r, and she caused letters to be sent to Dubuque as to bis character, all of which received favorable answers.— Meanwhile he gave no sign, but she fin ally mustered up courage to write him how sorry she was that she turned him adrift. The upshot was that he made a second trip lo see her, and then she found that at the time of hie former call Ue bad made himself as unattractive as possible, with the romantic Idea t! at she ought to take hlin for what he wa«; and not for what he wore. Yes, they were man led, auu her home is "one of the finest lu Dubuque." eastern Massachusetts papei, that she was s young widow She engsge BOGUN CIO ABN. A Cheap Mexican Cigar Bold on a Genuine Havana. From the Cluolunall Inquirer. Considerable of s kick Is being made by consumers of cigars at being practiced by unreliable dealers who palm off a cheap M«'xican cigar for a genuine Havana when au imported cigar is asked for. The United States Tobacco Journal has bee i working up an expose of the affair, and gives the following in terview i nent dealer; "Our business is being badly hurt by these Mexican cigars. I do net assert the importers of such goods soli them for anything else than what they are—that is, as a rule; but they are palmed off consumers as Havana goods. For exam ple, a smoker goes into a store aud asks ior au imported cigar. ▲ box of Mexican cigars bea. ing the import stamp is placed before him to select nom. He gets imported cigar, it is trus, but uot an Im ported Havana cigar, as h<- thinks. The retailer does uot actually lie to him, but he virtually does' . The effect is just the same as If he swore to him that tlie c*gar was imported from Havana. 1 bave witnessed this ilnrg many times. It is a shams aud a disgrace, aud it ought to be ^topped. I believe that the decreased sale of regular good cigar is due to tbe Mexicau cigars." imposition the subject had with a prom RESCUED FROM DEATH. William J. Coughlin, of Somerville Mohs., says: in the fall of 187G 1 wa taken with hlkkdinu of tub lumq followed by a aerere cough- I lost my appetite and ll^sh, and wan confined to my bed. In 1877 I was admitted to the liOHpUal. The doctors said 1 had a bole m my lung sh big a half dollar. At time a report went around that i wo« dead. I gave np hope, but a friend told me of DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOR THELUNGS. I got a bottle, when to my surpnee, 1 couuueno t-d to feel be.ter, sod tonlay 1 feel better than for three years pant. "I write thin hoping every ed with Diseased Lung« will take DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM, and be convinced that CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED. I afflict poeitively aay IthSH done more good than all the other inedi* oinee 1 have taken »lnoe my aIckneHa. ISM B. D FRAMER, —WILL OPKN A— M SELECT SCHOOL, IN 021 MARKET STREET, ON MEPTEHBER 51b. Further IniormaUon given, and pupil« enrolled, at 1009 Market St. madl- \ m IT? roraU ftmz vtûTen cure f&r fit*, Epdcp STOPPED FREF Man -lout tuuctt*. War» 1 N ¥ VJ RCJ^pREP b'ffîuttficr tri.1 bottlefreet. 2»iäK£tlBBSf »«ÄS» Aacb£.PbUjddobla.Pa.A rid to IN /\N THE GOOD ENOUGH and FAMILY FAVORITE and BRUN'S FANCY FLOUR, THK8TRAM MII.L. 308 WENT FRONT NTHÊKT. AT mySMl Immense Reductions. WE WILL OI'KN TUESDAY. April 19th, A.conslgnmeut from a New York* Kinbon House ot|over, 22,000 Yards of all Silk HIHST.QUALITY <JroMH Grain RIBBONS At|tha following prices for ."C A. S H : " NO. 7 CENTS. NO. 6— 9 CENTS. NO. 7-12 CENTS. NO. 9-14 CENTS. NO. 12—18 CENTS NO. 18—28 CENT 4. NO. 22—28 CEN TS. NO. 80-30 CENTS, Weconcl Grade i NO. 4—4 CENTS. NO. 5-6 CENTS. NO. 7-8 CENS4. NO. 9-7 CENTS. NO. 12-9 CENTS. L, Lichtodsteln* M jae ot at , WILMINGTON,. D«L THE MUSK FUWITIM warerooms No. 816 Market Street, oau be found one of the finest assortments of furniture of all description, as may be iound In any oiher wareroom in the city. A call aud examination will prove this fact. MATTREBBES or all DESCRIPTIONS, Including the famous Patent Elastic Felt Mattresses Bolsters and Pll lows. Repairing neatly and promptly done. JAMES MEGRATTEN. mbffO-ly LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY. i This la the only Lottery ever voted on and eudoraed by the people of any Stale. UNPßEOEDENXED ATIRADIION ! Over Half a Million Distributed. LSCElim STATE LOTTERT CO by the Cnari inoorporated In 1888 for 25 y Legislature for Educational and table purpo -e*— will» a capital of fl.000, oJt -lo which a reserve fund of over $4*u, ■_ |0 hsta silice beeu addeu. by an overwhelming popular I rauch ise was made a part oi the pr State Constitution adopted December 2d, A. D., 1879. _ ItsUrand Single Number Draw lagt, will lake place moutniy. It n: or postpone*. Look at tue following Dis rlbution : G KANU PROBEN A DK CONCERT, during which will take place the 118 lUvSCftad Bom (lily AND TUX Extraordinary Semi-Annual Drawing ▲T NEW CHILEAN«, TUESDAY, JUNE 14th, 18MI, Under the personal aupervlalon and management oi GEN. G. T. ÜEAURE* GARD, ol lonilslana, and GEN. J US AL A. EARLY, of Virginia CAPITAL PB1SE, #100,000. #10 only, she. #1. eg- soiiea-lioksu Haim #S- P.KMa, It T laurr tlU'J.UUt 1 Capital Prise of.. 1 Grand Prise of. 1 Grand Prime of. lEarge Prise» oi |lu,uuo 4 Large Prime« of o.uuo B t 2u,ut* I» a-.oot 2ô,t0 . 2») Prime* ol 00 Prime» of Prime» of Primes of Prime* ot t »A l) Prime* of « M t 41,000 80,0U iO. U0.ÜUU loo appkoximatiom FRimxe. 06 approx i ma lion prims of #2uu.. iu) •* Î l ri" f'a.0 ).J .. *1,00» 76. ,#•» ID 11,27« Prime#, ainouuUng U>.|622,5D Gen. G. T. BbauKboabd, of La. Gen. Jubai. A. Eaely, of Va. dour m i «aion e r» . Application for rates to cluta should lly ue made to the office of the company i New Orleana, Write lor oiroalara or send older* to M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La.. It. A. DAUPHIN .1 No. lit Broadway. Now Yora. marlS-W' wIwaw aPE-DE ;• * Armors 's Artificial Ear Dn. sp < a tpw ». i «ad ereu w «taper« Mord dMtacilv. Wi 'SûSSi;; r«rtotk»M The Best Clothing for the Least Money. The Best Clothing for the Least Money. The Best Clothing for the Least Money. The Best Clothing for the Least Money. OAK HALL, OAK HALL, At « -»i) q«> rh WANAMAKER & BROWN, WAN AM AKER & BROWN 9 .1 «, n amc mn'J t>dl _? WANAMAKER & BROWN . ' 3i,ii: ©'«o'fjal WANAMAKER & BROWN Y 3 8. E. Corner Sixth & Market Stk«, S. E. Corner Sixth & Market Sts., S. E. Corner Sixth & Market St»., PH ILikDËLPJEÎIA. . 7 ,; . 4 ii k ; 9 ISS-SEW SIXTH & HARKET STREETS. WILMINGTON, DEL., FOR YOUR CLOTHING. J. T. MULLIN & SON, Will give you the best bargain in a Suit of Clothes ever had, and a full stock to select from. you FOR PHILADELPHIA. WARNER'S . Phila. & Wilmington Propellers Will sail daily from Market Street Wharf Wil mington, Del. 1 At 6 O'Olock P. M.m AND40&:? Wharf below Chest nut street, Phila [ N First At 6 O'Ciook, P. M.| Through rales named to all Eastern and Western Cltlen, aud freight forwarded promptly by connecting 11 nea. Express deliveries in Philadelphia and Wilmlng iou. Freight carefully handled undei our personal aupervlalon. CHARLES WARNEK ACO.. Ntraat Wharf Wilmington .Market Bel *w»i ibl-7 Al l « MAKER IA ud dea ler in ADBBIOAN / SD8WI»!» w \Tc ii*;™ OLOOKS.JEWELK» X j RYB%« ABBES, SILVER WARE, A * NO 8C6 MARKET STREET WiummiTON, Dki*. Particular au «ntiou paid to repairing us alla» brandie, i also, changing BpAcior.l« glv.ee. Has a good »«Hortnient or gio* j oaslantly on hand. ThepubM« lh .«rrUa«'y 1 It-dto ' GENTS' 'lUAriFS SOo. FORMER PRIuE Sl-00 w. O. COLE. Men's Furnishing doods. ■m MAKKKT 8TKKKT. SCHOOL STATIONERY. ALL KINDS OF ARTICLES NECES SARY FOR SCHOLARS OAN UK BAD OF K S. R. Butler, le 420 NAkkl-V 1 KKfc'l. « 9 THE bTA BUSINESS COLLEGE. UtMf lord, i neu Mat ton tn the This lnalltuUoa, located .at with tha uol . Business College Dan ver, Oolosmdo, by giving superior advantage* I« IU krad proenrlng paying situations. This oollsge is the best Its kind for tho Mercantile Training YoungMeh and Ladies a. W.FOSrSR^Prmdutt, W. S. CLARK, Secretary, D. ÎV. CART, Treasurer, IDA Tbe moat extent» ve, thorowgb ondeom Ï iete luaiitutiouoi the kind in uu> world* nouaauda of aoooustsnts and bnthsaas men, in the principal oltle* and tow»* ot the united orrr ooameof training. TukJRiobt Kind 'or EnooATiox vos Young M»M|AffO Laousb. Mite Fine new bnek block, oi lord Hooae. Eiegahuy fi taued apartment* tor th* and carrying out of our i leinatlc method* of flsaru of Business Trainintf H Young :nsen who pturaau iToatariy tor our new G iron lor, fu information oa to tar me o tranoe.eto. Addreaa, Will giva W. *. cuw, • eetf. Olaa. aprl8-d3m CHUFMtUWtSAU. UOUK1WIH, DIUTMU. _ JOHN G. JA€IU#H, UOfO »0*»««». tux VU. EMUIHBBH <t eMMIBU. Notar, Public anfl OwMfMMr. jiMTiusor aprilu-lmoéaw l JJOT1CB. WALTKK CUMMINS, ATTOARAY-AT-LAW Us* NO. 720 KINO ST&JUS1. febl9-8m. J Attorne^-at-Law, No. 4 W. SEVENTH STREET, W liming ton Del. ,a p7-ly. »OHM G. CHILE JUBTlUk Oir xua PSAOk, AMD '....'•J r ■ NOTABT PCBUO Sreeu. procured. >*1J| fniUISTOS. DAL H. PKNIWUrUJI H. w- t OVI6-V