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BAUlAuVilnliMlS DECEMBER U. 1881. is will leave Wilmington as »U> w s: xtelphla and Intermedia loBtatlon. *8.19,10.30 a. m. ; it*. 4 00; MO; 7.89 HI »iphla (Express! (JO, 9.00 0.8» la, 9.88 p. m Lnd New y ork, 2.02. 2.16.ABb 0.68. !.. *10.41, 1.8 8.42 8.38 p. m. are and Intermediate hi«m<wi*, a, m., don» not »top [ton and Perry v l he, 8.0 le and intermediate stations. between i p. m. __Bay Une, U0 p._ . tore and Washington. IK5i, 1.87 , 4.88, a. m.; 12.56, *1.04,8.80, 1,1.81 for Delaware Dt vlelon, leave io. aille 0J8. a. m.i 1.00 6.28 p. m. Ifton and Intermediate station» , ; 1.08,6.28 p. m. r and Intermediate Station» 0.35 »P.m. Bt'NDAT TRAIES, elpbla and IntermediateBteUoce ; 5.00, 7.30.10.00 p. m. »Iphla <* New York,2.02, 2.16 -.m or -* a, as lore and Washington. 12.61, 1 87, a. m.. 10A1 p. m. rther information passengers are to tbe time tables posted marced thus (*) are limited ex on wnicb extra fare Is obarged. /. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent. KTHOKHON, eneral Manager. at ib« ;UTH ATTESTED. Important -known (.««Die Wholly V.rl Mfateinenls ol (rder that tbe publie may fully real. |a ge iuluenees of tbe statements, as IS the power anil v.. lue of the article lieh thev speak,we t uollsh herewith te-timUe signatures of partita whose rlty la beyoud question. The truth Mae testimonials is absolute, nor be facts thev announce be l-nored. WiLMinoTeK, i el., Aug. 18,1881. H. WaUNsb A Co. — Gentlemen .—As rsIciKU, .nd also In the captgity of Dgglsl, I have reoommended aud Tlbed the nee of Warner's hate K d ind Liver cure to at leusl 15 persons, meted with k'dney trouble. In each ivery lnstanoe they were ourei. nix . ■ . ï i WiLRINOTON, Del., Aug 13, l»31 > H. Wak.nkr Jc do.—Dear bir For Sal years i bave beeu trouble', from a I hack, general debility and more or difficulty 111 the urinary orga s. Ou ncomruendatlon of a physician lu Bdeiphla 1 used Warner's Safe Kid End Liver l!ure. 1 cun only add that ■Teots were all that could havn been Ibly desired, aud my relief Is Uugh, and as far as butnau foresight judge permanently. £ 'H 821 W. Sixth street, onssnds ol equally strong endors* many of them In cases where pe was abandoned—have been volun ily glvoa showing the re arkable ower of Wsrner's safe Kidney and lver Cure. Iu all diseases of tne kidneys ver or urinary organs. If any on- who »ads this hss any physical tiouble, »member the crest .'ameer of daisy. id »R.TODD'8 FAMILY MBDIC1NICH. No. 0, for Dynpepela and OoneLljatlon ; fo. 10, for Diarrhö»*. DyMentery aud Choi ra Infantum ; No. 1% lor Hrlght'a Diw ane aud other DlHeaae» of the Kidney* ; le. 20. for Coughs aud ( old* ; No. 20. for uough*, Brouchltl* and Lung Dlttltiultle*; No. 30, for Asthma. Croup and WTiooptuir (X>ugh ; No*. 30 and 40. lor Catarrh ; No. 4% lor Hoarseness and Hore Throat ; Nos. $3 atm 56, Drseanes of iher ël xxl and Bkin; Nos. 40 and 05 Chroale lnflamma ion of Bowels.Htomach, Kidneys, B'.adder. Womb, etc. ; Noe. 7o and 75, Neuralgia, theumatlsm and Gout; No, HO, for Forms : No. 85, Functional D sease of the ieart ; No. 90, for Nervous ealcneSM ; io. 95, Diseases of the Earn ; No. loo, Pre* entlveof Hmallpox, Mpeclflo ; Nos. 1H5 nd 110, Fever. Ague all low types of Fe et, Malarial Disuases generally ; No. 115, o regulate the Menst ual DDcbarge, Lmenorrhosa, Dysmenorrhoe», etc.: No, 20. Incontinence of Urine iu Children; 9o. 125, Disease* of the Uflnary Organs ; m potence, etc. These Medicines are especially prepared iDd can he relied upou io cure the Dis «ses for which they are recommended, •rice 50 cents and $1 >y druggists and fames Toddi roo.n No. 1. Allmond Bulki ng, b. W. cor. 8th and Market streets; mtrance on Eighth street. Wilmington, )elaware. Persons suffering from any chronic dla lasea will do well to oousult Dr. Todd. Treatment, including medicines, $1. >fllce hours: Tuesdays and Fridays f om \ a. m. to 8 p. m., and fro n 7 to u p. m. til other days except Hunday. the per bottle. For sale the Proprietor, Dr. O PHYSICIANS -AND COH8V1HEIU OF OD LIVER OIL. Knowing irom expertenee me (tiaaatla. «tien so orten attending the dispensing r many of the emulalona in the market ould eall year attention to some of •tnres of theemulslon which 1 bavepre sred and dispensed for years with ta arylng aaUafaollon. Tbe Oil used Is me nest Norwegian and the most scrupu rns oare ts exerclsad In the oholoeof all laterlal and In e- ery detail or lu manu. (Mure. By oare/ul manipulation this Mnlslo. 1» made with the smallest pos Ible amount of gum, aud by the very ml nte division ef me oll globales Is reader. i very fluid and perfectly palatable— laoh tablespoonful contains 60 tier cent. fCU and 5 grains of Hypophosphlte ol dme. Samples will be gladly furnished Physicians who may desire them— at cp in pint boltUi, .I :ce gl. Manu ' and said wholesale and retail by W. E, WILLIAMS, DBUGGIST. ai FINE DRESS SUITS! NOBBY BUSINESS SUITS, P An T A LOONS and OVER COATS made o order at short notlee, at reasonable prices. We challenge the world, and mean what we say ou style and m. Ferd Carson, Tailor 233 Market Street. a novl-tt ANCHOR LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS Sail every Saturday. NEW YORK TO GLASGOW. CABINS, »60 to $80. STEERAGE, 828. Steamers do not carry cattle, sheep or pigs. And every Saturday, NEW YORK TO LONDON 1)1 RECT. CABINS, $30 to MS Excursion at Re dneed Rates. Paaaenger aooommodatlons are unsur passed. All Staterooms on Main Deck. Pasaengars booked at lowest ralea to or from any Railroad Station in Europe or America. Drafts at lowest rates, payable free of obarge, throughout England, Scotland and Ireland. For books of Information, plana, Ac., apply to Hbhdibson Bkothkks, 7 Bow Idiru Gkucn, N. Y. Or to SAMUEL F, BETTS, Adama Express. Wilmington, B91. il ! w -V : - yr/ DR. C. W. BE8MIN, of Baltimore, Md., Inventor and proprietor of (Re cele brated Celery! and Chamomile Pill» These pill* are prepared expressly to cure 81ck Headache. Nervous lleijHche.Neu ralgia, Nervouaneae. Paralysis, Sleep lessness and Dyspepsia, and will cure auy case, no matter how obatlnate. If properly naed. They are not a cnr<al| oat only lor thoee «pedal dlaeaaea. They oontatn no opium, morpl In« nr quinine, and - re not a purgative, but regulate the bowela and >ure o natlpatlon by curing or removing the c»u»e of It. They have -* e'-armtiiv Off. Cl upou the akin, and a ovely quieting effect noon the nervous system simply by feeding Its ten thou sand hungry, res. In some cases starving a, sorbents. They ake or create nerve matter and give powei. force and buoy ancy to the nerves, and In that way In crease mental power endurance and brilliancy of mind. Nobody that has a nervous system ebould neglect to take them two or three months In each year as a nerve food. If for no other purpose Hold by all druggists. Price 5U cents ' a 106 North Eutaw 8t„ Baltl y mall, two boxes for 11. 82 50. in any address. box. Depot, more, Md. B or nix boxes for DR. C. W. BENSON'S SKIN CURE . ■ H a Is Warranted to Cure ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS, INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST , ALL ROUOH SCALY ERUPTIONS, ,. DI8EASES OF HAIR AND SCALP, * SCROFULAULCERS, PIMPLES A TENDER ITCHINQ8onall partaofthe Ixxjy. It makes the skin white, eoft and smooth j . ©move* tan and freckles, and is the BEST tolle'« drees Ina in THE WOBLD. Elegantly put up, two bottles In one package, consisting of both internal and ex r»m*l treatment. 411 first else* druggists have ft. S1. per package i* I ï i COAL AND WOOD. £ am now prepared to deliver ALL SIZES OF COAL "J SUPBBIOK QUALITY For family use at tbe LOWEST MARKET RATES ▲11 coal well ecreeueti and pat n cellar*. B. TOW1V8BND, orricc and Yard, Foot of Fourth Hi T elephonic oommunloallon with all paruol the olty. auitia i 81.73 KINDLING WOOD. OAK AND PINE MIXED. Orders can be lea at the following places James O'Donnell, urooery Store, corner Sth aud Orange streets. John A. Huey, N. W. eor. 9th and Madl sou, Grocery store. Messrs. Wlel A Rlngwalt, N. E. our. Second and Harness Store, Market Sts. Orders sent by mall to klndllug wood lactory, oorner ol Union and Gilpin Ave nue. will be promptly attended to. JAMES L. mckinney. WUmlugto'i Dr) ah FOR PHILADELPHIA. WARNER'S Phila. A Wilmington Propellers Will sail dally from Market Street W hart' VVil mington, Del. ,Al 6 O'Cloekl P.M; AND First Wharf below Chest nut street, Phila. At 5.0'CUxk, P. M. Through rales named loall Eastern ana Western Cities, and freight forwarded promptly by connecting lines. Express deliveries In Philadelphia aud Wilming ton. Freight carefully handled uudei our personal supervision. or of CHARLES WARNER k CO.' Market Street Wl.arf Wiiiiilagfloi. Uelaware. ebl-7 rpEETl* FOK AlxL THE PEOPLE. Bea utlfnl teeth at *8.16, *8 and 410 per set. Teeth extracted wit fa out pain by tbe nae of gas. Over thirty years experience. dr. Gallagher. No. 835 Market atreeL~ 14- tf. TME NORTH ER M PACIFIC OR AST. DETAILS OF THE PROPOSED '.COHOKES SIOHAL HA1D-THE RESOLUTIONS OP iNquiHT. A special despatch from Washing ton to the New Y ork Time < says : The introduction in the House to day, by Mr. Cassiday, of Nevada, of a bill to restore to the public domain the lands which have been assigned to the Northern Pacific Railroad Com pany since the original grant lapsed, because of the failure to complete the road withlu the specified time, and the presentation in the Senate, by Mr. Teller, of a resolution cal ing for the decision of ex'Commissioner Wil liamson, of the Land Office, and ex Secretary Schnrz, of the Interior De partment, in relation to the extension of this lapsed grant, are regarded as the beginning of active prooei dings which will be taken in Congress for the purpose of restoring to the people about 80,000,000 acres of the best land in the United States. The original grant was made by au act passed in 1864. That act gave the company forty sections of land per mils, or about 23,000 aores in the Territories and half as much per mile in the States through which the line might pass. The company was required to complete the road by The time wae extend« 1806, and in 1868 a law was enacted making the limit 1877. It appears from a letter written by Land Com missioner Armstrong in 1880 that the question as to the time for the com pletion of the road was passed upon in the department on June 11, 1879, and that it was held that under the original act and the amendments the time did not expire until July 4, 1879, aud that the government could take no action iu relation to the forfeiture of the grant until one year thereafter, or July 4, 1880. In the last U ongreas a bill was intro duced in the Senate to extend the time still further. It was reported but was not scud upou. A report wss made by a miuoriiy of tbe committee, aud iu this report are many iulertstiug tacts. The committee declared that tho company hadulteily failed to comply with the terms of its charier, and that the land graut had lapsed. The date of the re port was April 28, 1880. It w as also said that about 600 miles ol the ruad had been built and 11,000,000 acres of laud thereby earned. There were 36,000,000 more to be earned. The company had heeu selling lands at an average of $3. 78 per acre, at which rate, the pay ments being made in stock at 30 cents on a dollar, tbe remainder of the graul would be worth more than *08,000,000. The report continued as follows:— "The cost of constructing the 1,600 miles of additional road cannot be over $15,000per mile, for while the road runs a portion of the way through a moun tainous couutry, where building will be difiicuU and costly, the greater portion ol the distance is well timbered and the gradings very light. Taking tbe ieason able estimate of $15,000 per mile, tbe 1,600 miles will cost $24,000,000, while the value of lands, according to sales that bav# been recently mad», amouuta, as we have just seen, to $68,000,000. Deducting the cost of construction, at $15,000 per mile, we have an excess of $44,000,000 remaining as a gift and a gratuity to t is monster corporation, in addition to 2,200 miles of railroad; but ,äY.wyukj? r| c« form rate of $2,30 laud, payable in their preferred Stock, worth more than 50 cents on the dollar. This would make tbe cash value of 30, 000,000 acres of land, at $1 25 per acre, amount to $44,000,000, and if we deduct $24,000,000,which is tbe cost of construe tion, we have remaining as a gift and gratuity, In excess of the cost of con struction, $20,000.003. To this view must be added the fact that the ci inpany have already 700 milea of railroad iu operation; that In their last fiscal year they earned, in excess of all their ex penses, taxes, insurance, and salaries, $516,000, that out of tbe earnings of the company they have almost constructed their operatiug lines anew, furnished much rolling stock, repaired bridges and docks, sunk frost proof wells, built branch roads, and still, after all these improvements, show a net earning of over $500,000." It conclusion, the minority declared that one-half of tbe proposed grant would be sufficient, inasmuch as it would allow more than $14,000 per mile at a valuation of only $1.25 per acre. July 4, 1870. ed two years in is fixed at the uni per acre for their* In conversation with the Time*' cor respondent to day, a gentleman ac quainted with the circumstances said that after tbe cotqyany had failed to gel a further extension from Congress it applied to tbs Interior Department. The Cummisaiouer of tbe Laud Office de cided that tbe grant bad lapsed, but this decision was overruled by tbe Secretary of tbe Interior, Mr. Schurz. It is in tended that the decisions and all papers relating thereto shall be sent to Cou gress, and that all circumstances relat ing to tbe company's acquisition of mil lions of acres of laud,which are admitted to be very valuable, shall be disclosed Huge tracts ot these lauds bave beeu recently secured to tbe company by the completion aud approval of a large sec tion of tbe line. The resolution intro duced y Mr. Teller calls for tbe decis ion of Commissioner Williamson, which was against the company, aud also for the text of Mr. Schurz's decision, whieh overruled and set aside that of tbe CotniniAloner aud settled the question without reference to Congress. There are also demanded ail papers, orders, correspondence, and memoranda relat ing to these decisions, aud Mr. Kirk wood is required to state the number of acres patented to the company or its assigns since July 4, 1876. The Scavenger'» llauglilcr. A queer story comes from Berlin. Two rogues engaged a locksmith to construct an iron instrument on the model of the medimval "Scavenger's Daughter.'' It consisted of a pair of pincers fastened to an iron tube and forming ait iron collar which could be tightened at pleasure. This was to be applied to a victim's neck anj steel traps were to hold his feet. He was then ta be forced to sign checks or bills of exchange, aud his body was to be thrown into the neighboring canal. The police got wind of the ma'ier aud engaged a d clor to submit his neck to the eoliar, As soon as he stamped on the ground they broke into the room aud found him fast in the trap. The constructor of the instrument was se cured. He is said to have devoted two years to perfecting it, and the charitable presume him to be mad. As a rival of Tbotnassen and other distinguished mechanics he deserves to be introduced to the public. His name ia Wilke. Kind Treatment of Horwa It hu been obmrved by experienced borge trainers that naturally vicious horses are rare, and that among those trained and icindly ts they are the ex that are properly treated when coll oeption. It is superfluous to say that a gentle and docile horse is always the more valuable, other qualities beiDg equal, and it is almost obvions that gentle treatment tends to develop this admirable quality in the horse as well as in the human species, while haish treatment has the oontrary tendency. Uorses have been trained so as to be entirely governed by the words of his driver, and they will obey and per* form their simple but important duties with as much alacrity as the child obeys the direction of the parent. It is true that all horses are not equally intelligent and tractable, but it is probable that there is leas differeuee among them iD this regard than there is among his human masters, since there are many incitements and ambi tious among men that do not affect animals. The aud to have confidence in a gentle driver, and soon discovers how to se cure for himself that which he desires, and to understand his surroundings aud his duties. The tone, volume, and iolleotien of his master's voice indicate much, perhaps more thau the words that are spoken. Soothing tones rather than words calm him if excited by fear or anger, and angry and ex cited toues tend to excite or anger him. In short bad masters make bad horses. a horse learns to know Personal and Politisai. Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett is only tkiity-two years old. Senator Davis has had his home in Bloomington, 111. since 1836. Mrs. Secretary Frelmghuysen will to-morrow begin her regular receptions. Little Miss Nellie Arthur does not like the While House. She finds it too big and lonesome. Senator Logan is belligerent is his talk about the Filz John Porter case. Herr Wagner has published an Almanac for 1882, all about bimsell and his prospective doings. About 200 of the leading society, people of Boston are in mourning, aud.there is very little gayety. Delegate Pettigrew, of Dakotab says that when he when to that territory his sole capital consisted ol a law book and a box of paper collars. Senator Jones, of Florida, says that the worst policy that the Goy eminent can pursue is to hoard its lands, lie praises tbe views of -Edmund Burke in regard to the crown lauds. Mrs. Rossetti is one of the most æsibetic ofæstbetic English women. She is tall and slender and languid, and her reddish hair is very much frizaed over her brow. Mr. Labouchere states that a collection of letters written . by Voltaire to to the private secretary of the Empress Catherine has been discovered, bid away and forgotten iu the library of a Russian couutry bouse and will be published. f'aats for Hie Curious. The highest city in the world is Polosi, Bolivia. It has an elevation of 13,800 feet above the level of the sea. Id the details of the first voyage of the Euglish to Iudia, in 1591, we find rhiuoceros horns monopolized by the native sorcerers on account of their reputed virtues in detecting the pres ence of poison. There is a superstition among Penn sylvania coal miners that if any person whistles in a tuiue some disaster is sure to foilow. The theory is that whistling drives away the good luck spirit, leaviug the miners to the mercy of spirits of evil. A whistler was lately mobbed in a Lackawanna mine. The giving of gifts on New Year's Day is said to have originated with the Homans. Titus Tatius, king of the Sabines, was presented, the first day of the uew year, with some branohes out in a wood consecrated to Streuia, the Goddess of Strength. When cannon were first used they were made on the same prineiple by which barrels are constructed, a num ber of iron bars being fi ted as closely as possible to each other, arranged round a cylinder of wood and then bound together by strong iron hoops. it of A Church quarrels over a Young Negro. From the Times. It seems a peculiar incident in eccles iastical history that the conflict betweei. Low Church and High Church among the Episcopalians of Baltimore should have beeu precipitated over the case of a previously obscure colored person. Yet it is by no meauB the fiist time iu tbe records of tbe world's battles that the black mau ha9 served as au occasion tor war. Tbe young man, wbo baa been studying lor the ministry in tbe General Theological Seminary at New York, is a special pet of "Calvary," tbe extreme High Cburcb establishment. Tbe re fusal to recommend the young man for holy orders is because they find tbat be is as decided a ritualist as auy of tbe white brethren wbo have been responsi ble for bringing him up. It is probable that there sill be a prolonged struggle over this unfortunate young man. to of be be be to on the to His 3111k Comes from Food. We know ot many dairymen wbo give their eows a small graiu ration nil tbe seasou, anil keeping a strict ac^inst of the yield of milk show that they make money by this liberty. One wbo feeds fifty cows says tbat he ted four I oumlg of middlings per day through tbe season boding tbat be waa fully paid in tlie extra milk; andtheoow was Id so much better condition In tbe fall that It saved hint the whole aost of this ex tra food la wintering. He has followed this sysiem for ten years. He called our attention to a neighbor of bis keep ing about the same number of cows.wbo followed what be called the economical plan—let bis cows pick for themselves— both takiug their milk to the same fao tory. Good feeding produced $15 per cow; poor, $27, a difference of sixty per cent. In favor of liberality In feeding.— This illustration oan be fonnd In almost any dairy town. Let every dairyman ask himself to which olasa he belongs.— Exchange. MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM OF LYNN, MASS. % •I î \ LYDIA E. PI IT KH AMS 'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND, I* a Positive Cure *°Lr al * toose Painful Complaint« and Weaknesses bo common to our best female population. It will cure entirely the worst fbrm of Ï emale Complaints, all ovarian troubles. In llama Lion and Ulceration, Falling ana Displacements, and tbe consequent Spi nal Weakness, and is particularly adapt* ed to tbe Change of Life. It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus in an earlv stage of develop ment. The tendency to oaucerous humors there Is checked very speedily by its use. It removes faintness, flatulency, de stroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Pros tration, General Debility, Bleeplessuess. Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing down cau ,lng pain, weight and backache,is always per manently cared by its ase. It will at all times and under all cir cumstances act In harmony with the laws that govern the female system. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this Compound Is unsurpassed. Zhydls E. Plnkham'H Vegetable Compound Is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn Mass. Price $1. Mix bottles lor *5. Bent by mail In the form ef pills, also In the form of lozenges on receipt of price, $1 per box 'for either. Mrs. Plnkham freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamphlet. Address as above. Mention this paper. No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S L1VKH PILLS. Thev cure constipation, biliousness, and tor pidity of the liver, 25 cents per box. d^Sold by all druggists. FOLKER'S GHINAPALACE 1109 Chestnut Street, (GIRARD ROW,) ^PHILADELPHIA.— rv FINE CHINA AND GLASSWARE, Dave opened new Invoices of VASE LAMPS ) T .. Ij BISQUE FI3URES, BOHEMIA«,GLASS VASES, AND COLOQNE SETS, HERMAN FOLKER'S. nog CHESTNUT ST. PHILADELPHIA.' nov2»d<*w TEAKS TO TEE PEOPLE. For theis very liberal patronage and for their recommending our house as the place to buy clothing. We have worked hard to please the people in buying ; we have taken the greatest care so as to get the nicest things for Gentlemen's wear. We are particular in fitting and making. We use good trimmings and allow no garments to go out until correct,so that every suit shall be an ad vertisement for us. We are now offering special bargains in Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats. We would rather have you to see our goods and com pare our prices, than to tell you they are cheap. J.T. MULLIN & SON $1 WILMINGTON. DELAWARE. F irst national bane OF WILMINGTON RkpaarroBT or tee Public Mobby AMD FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE ONI TED 8TATEB. EDWARD BETTS. Pbxsidbet. GEO. D. ARMSTRONG. Uashibb. Paid up Capital, • » »500,000. Philadelphia, New York and Bostoa Ex change furnished to regular Depositors without charge. Discount days, Mondays and Thurada/* at 8.30 A. M. DIRECTORS. John H. Adams, Henry 8. MoComb, William Tatnall, _,, , Ell Garrett, Sam'l Ban croit, Jr. Edward Betts, Clement B. Hmyth, George W. Bash, Smuel James Jaul-ly ffilE ART1ZANS SAVINGS BANK. 602 MARKET STREET. INOOBFORATXD JANUARY 24th, 1881. Open to reoelve deposits dally from » A until 4 P. M., and on Tuesday and Sat day evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND egularly made In April and October. When dividends are not withdrawn« they are accounted as deposits. Thus per Marient deposits compound their inters»' twice In each year. MANAGERS. Clement H. Smyth, George W. Bnsh. Oh as. W. Townsend George S. Capelle, Nathan'l K.Benson, M. L. Llchensteln, Henry F. Dnre, Edward Darlington W. Hastings, Job H. Jackson, Edward Pusey, Win. H. Swilt, Anthony Hlgzlns. GEO. W. BUSH. President. EO. 8. CAPELLE, Vlot- President. feb21-lv E-T TAYLOR Treusnrer [CLOSING OUT X 8 LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS FROM $2.50 TO $12.00. CLOSING ou r 3 6 Ladies' Dolmans, FROM $5.00 TO $40.00. Proposing to sell out entire stock of Cloaks and Dolmans before the end oi this month. Great bargains can be had at oui M. L. LICHTENSTEIN. aaa Marlret at. WILMINGTON.» DEL. We Offer This Season _A FINER SELECTION OF— Christinas and New Year CARDS, THAN EVER BEFORE. Nloely arranged for exhibition. Call early and examine. E. S. R. Butler, No 430 E 4 BHR STAKET :40th Popular Monthly Drawing of the I 'l' r I • II» ilk I 111 ! In the Olty of Louisville, on Tuesday, Jan, 31st, 1882, These drawings oocnr monthly (Sun days exoepted), under provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of Ken tucky. The United States Circuit Court on March ».rendered the following decisions: lsf. Thai Uu Commonwealth Distribution Oompan y it legal. 2d. Iu Drawing! are fair. N. B.—The Company has now on hand »large reserve fund. Read the list of prises tor the JANUARY DRAWING, ..—**0,060 Prize. .. Prize....... . 10 PHxet $1,000 each 20 Privet Pi'ize* LOU eaoh.„, Pftxei 50 each -«•••... .10100$ »6oü Frite» 20 each . -. . JflUMQ 10W: Prize* lOeocA. ..... 10,000 9 priiet 8300 sacA .Approximation print UK 9 prises 200 each, " " 7j)00 9prises 100 each, * «■ aua 6,000 10,000 19.1100 600 each i tuu »0 1,990 Prises, 8112.401 Whole Tickets 02. Hail Tickets, 4L 27 Tickets, 050. 86 Tickets, 8108 Remit money or bank draft In letter, or send by express. DUN'T BEND BY REGISTERED LETTER OR POST OFFICE ORDER' orders of 05 «m» up ward, by express, can be sent at our ex pense. Address all orders to R.M.BOABD HAN, Courier», ournal Building, Louis ville, Ky., or R. M. BOARDMAN, 80S Broadway. New York. GENTS' SCARFS 30 o, FORMER PRIuE $13)0 W. 13. COLE, Men's Furnishing floods* 202 MARKET 8TREET PROFESSIONAL. j GHN O. OGLE J JUSTICE OF THE PEAGE, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Office 8, W. earner of Third and Mark* Sreets. Penelone, Patents and PaaqpetM procured, 26-ly Wicmiwotow. Del K. PKNINGJ O« A TTOJINM Y-JL T-LA IF, No. 2, WEST 1TH STREET, Wilmington. Del Ü. OYIS-T EUSTEE'B OEDEB* ü Rboistxr's Office. New Castle Go.. December 2d, 188L Upon the application of JoeephN. Har man, Administrator of Hanson Harman, late ot W llmlngton Hd.. In said oouaty, leceased. It Is ordered and directed by the Register that the Admlnlstrator.afore »aid give notice of the granting of letters ol Administration upon the estate of the leoeased, with the date of granting there of, by causing advertisements to be posted within forty days from the date ot suck tetters, In sfx of the most publie place of the county of Newcastle, requiring all persons having demands against the es tate to present the same or abide by an oot of Assembly In suoh case made and orovlded. And also cause the same to be Inserted withlu the same period In the Wilmington Gazbttb, anewspaper pub* lshedln Wilmington,knd to be continued therein three weeks, e. e. d. . —w— Given under the hand and seal 1 L. S. « ot office of the Register aforesaid • —v—'* at Wilmington, In New Castle oonnty aforesaid, the day and year above written. S. C. BIGGS, Register. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the asiate of the deceased must present the tame duly attested to the Administrator, an or before Dec. 2d. 1882, or abide the act of Assembly and provided. anon oaae made JOSEPH N. HARMAN, Administrator, '««•2-3weod. Address : Wilmington, Del. S TARTLING DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A. victim Premature hood, etc., having tried iu vain every known remedy,has discovered * «impie self cure, which he will send FREE to hi* fellow-sufferer*, ad âres* J. H. REEVES, 43 Chatham SU, N.Y. of youthful Imprudence causing Decay, Nervous Debility, uoA Max». 1. & J. N. HARMAN. 410 KING STREBT, Furniture, Furniture. Che Largest Finest and moat oomplete stock of iFTTIRIISriTTJIR/EJ ro be fonnd in the State of Delaware oan now be seen at our warerooma. Ho. 410 King Street» Good goods and tew pries*.