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SECOND EDITION
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WAS THE MAN 'SLIM JIM'
What Transpired After
Robbery.
KENT COUNTY REPUBUCANS
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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
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CHARLES O. STÖCKLET,
, ' o! Suaeex County.
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CHARLES B. LÖRE,
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Mt 9WITHIN CHANDLER.
ALEXANDER X COOPER.
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•aasaiTTATivn,
HENRY M. BARLOW.
GEORGE H. BATES.
ROBERT C. JU8TIS.
WILLIAM OOOCH.
ALBRRT N. SUTTON.
WILLIAM A. COMEGYS.
DR. JAMES V. CRAWFORD.
^ *■' FO « LEFT COURT OOMMIMTONRBS,
. RDhlUND HAMAN, Mill Creek Hundred.
JAMWH MAOKET, White Clay Creek Hd.
ffpkECRF SHALLCROSS.St. Geoige'i Hd.
J/lUIT. TAYLOR, Appoqulnimlnk Hd.
GJk/AGE C, BOTH WELL, Blackbird Hd.
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POE SHERIFF,
FURNAL J. LYNCH.
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q-.Os a ;
.« .uot
Stu*i 'HiJ I
FOR OORONRR,
»RANK R. SMITH.
Vrila-o T| " ***• 0,1,0 Kleotlon.
The Republican State of Ohio,
alcctlon yesterday, at which an nnueually
' Mffl yVAe waa polled, repudiated her previous
Republican predilections and gave a band
aatUortty for the Democratic Stele
U» addition of a Democratic
SsiOi t lnu to the next Cougrere.
Altheugh a partial Democratic
'»•a 'ikbt unexpected, euch
(ffimilh wu hot looked for
,#«»1 sanguine Democrats, and the result
'.«annut be clsaaed re entirely due to the dl».
, affection that existed among the Germans,
who have heretofore voted solidly with the
"Xepuhltcane In that State. It shows the
gradual disintegration of the Republi
can party, and the rapid spread of
Ua Independent sentiment against bosslem
and administration methods that has manl
» foeted itself by open revolt ln the great
jOtetes of Pennsylvania and New York.
• With the Impetus It has received In Ohio this
sentiment will affoct all the State election.
eS m ( fftonth, and Republican
York, Connecticut, Indiana, Illinois and
, VX^Ntaln
• pvobelilllktce of the November contest.
r„ Her* In Delaware the news from Ohio will
• be particularly gratifying. It will Instil
yonfldonee In the hearts of the Democratic
votera and «tagger the Stalwart leaders with
the extent of the defeat their friend.
Buckeye State have sustained. The ad
rpluDtraUon party in Ohio, the
Rlglarari party In New York, the
'Cameron party in Pennsylvania and
the Arthur-Harrlngton party ln Delaware
are »11 sailing under the black flag of bnaa
lam and machine methods, and the October
galea that wrecked the creaking bulk In
Ohio, Will assume the proportions of a
tempest In November, when they sweep
ft» entire country, burying the corrupt
reareiauts of a once powerful party under
the wrath of a wronged and Insulted
people.
Let tee Democrats of Delaware therefore
take courage and work with renewed
ftt ft Bute
success
S sweeping
eveu by the
defeat In New
are amoug the Imminent
in the
■ tvei
energy
Entll Noyember. Tho result la now well
nigh aaaured, aud tho extent of their victory
will be monaural by the vigor of their
axertlona.
Mr. Bibd, ln his Fourth street speech,
lftftl evening:, renewed the old Republican
attack upon our asses« ment laws, and
foollahly charged the assessors with failing
and the collectors with falling to
And yet right here in Wilmington
Mr. Bird's party orgaus have been calling
upon the Republican voters to pay their
tftftea, while the collectors have sat in their
offices waiting for the voters who
slo'w .to come up. It's no use, Mr. Bird;
the assessment laws of Delaware
(hirer than those of auy other State in the
Union, in that they place the matter of
ftuffrage directly in the hands of the voters,
who may enfranchise themselves by the
payment of a small tax, or disfranchise
to
eolleet.
are so
Oft
themselves by neglcct^jnst as they choose.
Nowhws else do the people have such
control of this matter, and It Is Idle for Mr.
Bird and big fellow Republicans to blame
teeDtotocratlc collectors for the delinquency
of thalr voté*.
Lieh th* Stalwart candidate for Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania, Mr. Bird haa two
*eta of campaign speeches, one for delivery
from the hustings, and the other lor publlca
Uhn In hin party organs In supplement
shape. Those who heard Mr. Bird speak
last ulght will scarcely recognize hls
mark* la the "supplement" report, but
fortunately th* Gazbttb waa around and all
who want to know Just what Mr. Bird did
•ay can be accommodated by reading to
day'. paper. The speech contained several
remarkable statement«, which we hope all
•or readers will carefully peruse.
Thb New Yobk Herald reports of the
Ohio contest indicate the election of four
Democratic and five Republican Con
gifeaomen, with two districts in doubt. This
1« much better than the Démocrate
hoped for, though they confidently ex
pected substantial gains in the Congres
sional delegations.
ï n
COURT IN SUSSEX.
Layton •a Memory.
[Bprelal eomenoadi Bee of the Oaxette. 1
GaoKoaroww, Oct 10.—Court opened
here yeeterday. The followli
disposed of : State Ta. MUaa Conoway, for
harboring an apprentice. Verdict In favor
of defendant, the Indentures by which the
apprentice wa* held being void. 8tata va.
Moses Willey, colored, aaeault and battery;
verdict, guilty. State va Mary J. Smith,
colored, larceny: pleaded guilty. State va
Rhoada J. Hickman, larceny; verdict,
;ullty. State va. John Burton, colored,
arcenv; pleaded guilty.
' our party ftuù '* .-m-T ,~2
•go corrected Oft error 6Tft stupid Hepub
il
cases were
out,
would hate placed the Democratic candida t e
for Sheriff In ofpee aad forcod hie Republi
can competitor to go to the courts
fat redress. The ps usi n t Democratic
Bound of Casrvass is prepared
go as fhr this year In securing an l
count, but at the
to
time It Is bound
to stend up for the people of New Castle
county and aea that they hare n full right
polls.
Tua RartTDLiosi» snip "New CongUtu
"tlou" anchored on the Dover Green, yes
terday, and Judge Fisher and James R. Lof
land spoke from what they were pleased to
term the ''quarter deck." Judging from
the allly, eeuseless diatribe* Indulged
Id bj — WÊÊÊM
conceive of no
tinning with the " Conatitutk»
voyage down the SUtc. Any one of Fieber'«
apeechen will moke ft down Democmtic
votre, while one of LoBsad's brilliant
effhskras I* gufletent to
•tampede from the rank*
enemy. Judge Fisher
favored the audience with a
sketch of hla life, but be conveniently
branched off Into another (abject before ar
riving at that period of big existence which
Included hla career re U. S. District Attor
ney In Washington. This la au Interesting
chapter the Judge should not neglect when
he resumes the public recital of hi* autobi
ography.
of the
yeeterday
Jcpoe FisntR does not Uke newspaper
criticism. Then, let him drop political
leadership and train with the rank and Die
of the party, where he properly belongs,
and the newspapers will let him severely
alone.
The "Waterloo" In Ohio yesterday I*
bat the forerunner of another Democratic
"tidal ware" next month. Look ont for
the deluge.
An explanation from Mayor Wale* as
to the legality, to ny nothing of the pro
priety, of " trials by telephone," is now In
order.
The 'pewooraUe Ttekac*.
To tub Editob of vna Oaibttb : The
rreat popularity of the Democratic ticket In
New Castle county Is being feM by tee Re
publicans every day. The well-known
business qnaiMcsUons of Colonel Stockley
adds much strength te our ticket. The
people all over te* Stele know him to he a
man of truth and honor. He will not only
take care of the State's credit and
pros
perity, bat will appoint men of honesty end
and competency to discharge every duty
enjoined upon them. He Is a man of pro
g receive Ideas, advocating that which will
beueflt the whole population of onr State,
and taking care that the people are not
burdened by excessive taxation for public
Improvements. Throughout bit useful
public life he bag shown wisdom In bring
cautious, and most all successful
cautious, especially la public affaira. I era
eatleiled e large majority of our people
prefer a man with largo Ideas, but cautious
in taking care of the people's Interests
Colonel Charles C. Stockley will be Dela
ware'» next Governor. Hon. Charles B.
Lore hu • strong hold on the »flections of
our people and will be ahead In the race,
and with auch sterling men as Bates,
Cooper, Coocb, Chandler and the others
cannot fell lu New Cutl. county.
men are
« i
ClTIZIN.
Tb« O cto bar UoIm.
To thb Editob op tub Gàzbttb : The
foUowiuf la the weather record for October
and November : Cautionary signals will be
•et ln all the dlflerent point« la the State for
the next 30 day«, to oil «hip builders and
vessel owners and ship masters and pilote.
We will have It stormy through the mouth
of October continuing into the month
of November, on or about the fourth; we
will have threatening weather, which will
continue until the seventh, whou the entire
storm will center over Delaware ; It will be
ftt lta worst about 6 o'clock In the evening,
when it will begin to abate. It would be
best for the "New ConstJtutlon" to be well
supplied with good anchors and chains ; and
for Captain Dick Harrington, pilot* Fleher
and Lofland and supercargo Bach to be
well provided with life-preserver«, for I have
every reason to believe that she will be loet ;
»nd all hand« on board. I also advise all
good thinking men to stand by the old
Democratic ship that ha* guided us over the
storms for the last 30 years. She Is strong
and staunch, and we have good officers on
board who are calculated to navigate her
through all the storms and over the
seas and land her safely In port.
rough
8. F. B.
A Fit SubJ«et for Prayer.
[Baltimore Day.]
In New York the preachers are calling on
their congregations in the name of religion
and honesty not to sanction the frauds
petrated to «ecure Folger's nomination.
We advise the Delaware preachers to get to
work at warning their people not to support
a party led by Dick Harrington. ^
(XT
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
Strawbhidob & Clothier
Deai.eks in Dky Goods Exclubivblt,
Eiouth and Market Streets.
Ready for Fall Bonlnoaa.
Our fall stock of bate and
_ cap« now In
»tore. The mont elegant stock of Derby
hats we ever had made up. Prices as usual.
?"*• H ' Kumford &
Bro., No. 104 Market street.
Young and Middle Aged Men
fr . om nervous debility, premature old
Assoolatlon, d BuLta > 0 N®î.® 1 * P ' r ""^
A Story to be Continued Monthly.
At the 148th Grand Monthly Drawing of Tho
Louisiana State Lottery nt Mow Orloxn«
Toejlay September lath ls»j fortune'
warded her favorites most liberally (the wheel
wasturnod under the sole supervl.lon of Uen"s
O. T. Beauregard of La., and Jubal A i-'.-i ,
.U 0W iS K wl " ,<,rv<l a * «amples^
tho names of other winners are withheld by re
quest Ticket No. «1,101 (the first capital nriiel
drew 474,000, and sold In tilths at one Solïar
each, sent by mall on application to M. A
Dauphin, Now Orleans La., as will be done to
any other man on application made before No
vemher 14th, the date of the 140th drawing
Fere MiJ.*'"*?*', 1 ", on l " u - p - Blair, Pres Ç i
Last Miss. Matin'] Ass'n, Columbus, Miss
another to R. H. Deaeon, collected through
Bates Co Nat'l Hank, of Mutter Mo.: anothor
'0,1'- .Iolin,°ii of Houston, 'tax. Wo. 13,840
(the second capital prlte of4H4,000) also sold In
• «f 44,000 to Peter O. Johnson of No.
UlSenoea street, Leavenworth Olty, Kansas
another to Michael A. Finnegan of No. 1 Elder
place Boston Mas,. No. 0,041 (tho third capl
ta vi.rS.G 00 * w " "° ld 4° parties residing
* nd !Vbw Orleans. Nos. 10,144
and 82.216 (the fourth capitals, each of $6 0001
* dd t ".™ lde . nU ®f I'etorsburg.Tsnn.. and New
York city and so on ad uplnitum. Next month
the names and numbers will be chanired but
the story will be the same. " *
PuinU oa Baltimore Oaatni, tetwaoa Port da J fl
Po»U, Northnnat and Ohadd'a Ford.IS 80 p. ». I
Baltimore aad Bay UndHam.l.Mp.a. L
Pen IBM la north of Harrington. Including -
Delaware City and St. Georgen, 4.40 p. m. nt
Kill.
Baltimore, Washington and all polutz sc. t , n _
il .°0 p. m. 'otLr
MA1IA ABS1YB AUD E1ADY »Oft DftLlVft
Worn WllmlBgton «>. Norther* Ha* 0 "
1
4.(0 p. m.
From New York, Philadelphia, Wa»»™
aad all other point», «.*) p. m. .
From Philadelphia, New Yarn •5'®***~*
aorth, earn and warn. AW am. h *nree are
Frem way mall Horn Philadelphia, W»1 nerea
bom Peninsula and all north of 8**™ ln U>*
(Wall Street Dally Newa )
It it related that a Buffalo man who had
beén ln the coffa* b usines» eererat years waa
led to-bellM* ha wna a (Inner, and to come
ouA on the aida of religion. The morning
after he had taken this step he reached his
factory to Bad buslaesa suspended, and upon
demanding an explanation, his son replied :
" Well, father, I didn't know what to do. I
' N »oppose after what you Said last
t that yon would mix any more beans
1presumed It would make
Tea, it will make Just a
little difference," calmly observed the old
maa. " We have heretofore been mixing
one barrel of beans to four of coffee.havon't
-« ' "Yog." "Well, take out s few of
the beans—about two quarts I guess."
ft difference.
•If Mn. IsTdlft E. IMnkhfttu hft« not really dls
eovered the Elixir VUm, which the anolent Al
il«4«eoa*fct by to mach patient reecarch
pecrtftUftJtexperlmeftt, her med1Hfte«ee«ia,
at least, likely to command an Immense aal«
and universal
popularity In the fhture. If
rapid orogreM ana emlnont sueoess furnish any
bagla 1er a correct judgment, Mn. Plnkhaai 1»
a aoet promising eumpetttorfor eneh honorable
dlstlDotlon ee the alehemlets Mied to aehloro.
HQMKBM APPLICATIONH.
MOTICE.-I. HENRr BLOUTH, THE
Judges of the court of /«ncral sea Tons of the
peace «nd lall delivery of the Htute of Delaware
Tn and for New Ge«Ue county, on Monday the IMh
November term. A. D., I4M1 for lleenan te keep
•o inn or tavern at the Northeast corner of Frant
and French street«, (known as the Grand Union
Hotel) in the Second ward of the city of Wllmlng*
ton, to sell Intoxicating liquors In Ie«M quantities
than one quart, to be drunk on the premises and
the following respectable elttsens
this sold application to wit i
B. M. Kirby. W. Hammond,
Frank R. 8. Darla, E. P. Freye,
T. B. Merrett, T. B. Hrlaon,
Robert Wallace, Fred. Klcnla,
ftobertKenyon. Henry Klenle,
John Plunkett, Oh as. Weyll,
O. K. Gilmore, Cbaa. K. 8parka,
Wa. H. Quinn, Geo. W. Gray,
Nicholas Jenny. Richard Booth,I
t^kPlunk'k n. ». Morrtsoi:|
Nath. Melchior, W. K. Bowman,
Bernard Bow, John W. Butlor.
J<>hn F. Rush, Joseph Ntoeck le,
ÜamueJ Reed, Jam«« MeOaalev.
octll-*t HENRY BI.0\JTII.
recommend
XTOTICE.—I RICHARD GREENFIELD,
ll OWNER OF the wlthla mentioned premises
la eouipltance with an Actor Aasemblr'ln euch
Ï i,1 w''m D ' Provided, dp hercbv «Ire notice
Ihnt I shall apply In writing to the honorable,
the Judges oftee Court ef General Session, of
the Peace end Jail Delivery of the SUte of Dele
5 > L n,w £!"*" County, on Monda»,
teeÿth dnyef Neeemher next, A. f)..l«J,bring
the flr.t day of said court, for n lleunee to kiwo an
Inn or tavern nr the *outhcs»t corner of Fourth
! n terThlrd ward of the elty
of Wilmington, Del., nnd to aril Intflxlretlag
Ikieor.l" r, ». dueuiltle. then pie enart, to b'
drunk on the premlw. and the following rr
•pectaWe cltltena retldenta of «Id ward, recom
mend tee said nppllenUon. to wit i
PeUT P. Teggert, I'. J . Duffy,
Michael Uoncannon. 8. Q. Logan
Th";pe* Dell. s. It. erem lieh,
WUItam Begley, l'urlrk Moneghen.
(Ko "• bout. II.nouer,
Jreob W. Bill, John Hal,,In,
Patrick Murrey. John lllnderl,offer,
S* P* Jhaw, Frank Do racy,
T. L. lion sail, John J. Taggart,
pÜa^TrelÄ *■ C - Wlff^wworui.
■jctllhgf_RICHARD «BEE NFIELD.
'W'OTICE.—I BERNARD BONNER,
AX OWNER OF the within incntlotu.l prt-mlse.
In compltnnrr with en Act of Aswmhly In suet,
ffîï !" uîSi" 11 * Provided, d<. he reby glrr notlne
that I.hell MOI I r In writing to the honorable,
5ÏI fer* of *nerej S.«.lnn. or
the l'eeee endi Jell Delivery ofthc State ofDele
werv, lo AI'1 for New ('a»tfe Countv, un Mon,ley,
« ! î my h yvemtwr next, A.D., last, tM-lnJ
Ute tiret dey of mid court, for e license to Veen an
Inn or tavern, at No. sei E. Fifth .Irret, helne
the Southwest corn er of Fifth end Spruce .treeta
\î-l he r,, V"h »erd. of the city of Vllinlnstoi,
Del., end to eell intoxleatlng Honors In leee
qunntltie. thin oee quart, to be drunk on the
prv,™end the following reepeetahle cltlren»
reeldente of raid ward, recommend the said so
pllcatlou, to wit : r
Robert (jxrewell, Geo. M. I>. Ix>per.
Jeinee F. MeUonlgei, Samuel M. Wood,
John B. Meaner, James A. ll.rt,
igs ;ph w . Hart. John Hsn.on,
n *L, -IP A v"', John Metlegrey,
M.ïtt J ' Toner,
Farrell, James Hlfrncr,
Ne" Gorniley. Frank P. Loner
{»"**,?. Heal, George Abele,
y*ei Li,'« B,1 t JobnGIblmniL
T. Elw.wd Nlngley, (I. WIlTlem.,
i "VSt* * lenagan, John D. Karte,
dvUP -31 _BERNARD BONNER.
\JGTICE.—I SAMUEL D. NEWLJN
îTi j. u . t h0 w * t, ' t, »-m<'ntlou«d omul«'«
lu compliance with an Act of AkmuiIiIv In sni-h
«ftaeinaàë and provided. «Io hereby give notice
J New I> f' MV .'i ry ° f lh f aUt4 ' of I^lftww!
•rehtay^fNorê.'ÆV'n^'Jt'. ï" M ,ÏÂ"i 'Jü:
îïn ir *. 1 day of for • licence tolm-plu
w.î»2 rUv « r " ft No. H15 Market street, In the
Fifth ward of the city uf Wlliiilngton, Del., and
t4> «ell Intoxicating liquorH ln lens quantltle« than
one quart, to be drunk on the pre.ul"«, and the
following re«pectable cttlAonH, resldenu of «aid
ward, recommend the ««Id application, to wit •
Barnlc I* Hainton, Herbert K. Watson.
Robert Hagan. George H. AhIi* ^
Sherwood nopton, W'. A. Laniottè
yjg*«! GleiiieuU, Albert JaSjuoL
i ta b i n  ,, î ,n ' r ' J / > l ,n McCormick,
Joel Frist, John Kerry,
»"vphy. A. II. Grlm.haw,
w F w";;'"' J. p. Allmumt, '
t * U Rf * George M. Beeoon
Jofteph J. Breen, Thomas A. Sharpe,
00-11 "• », W*«h M. Smith. P
oc.9-.Rl SAMUEL D. NK.Vri.IN.
N 0 „ t f i t c „V- i ,;. j 1 AC0B 1 me « 81 ^. owner
do . h, ." e, 7 Five notice that I Than
Intoxicating llquora lu lins (luantitloM tlmn «n».
quart, to be drunk on the premfiï ami thî fol
reapeetable eitlen«, rÄTü of
?* r r'- the " i ä& 10 wu
Sis!;'«! g*. l«;„, i> ï 1 Kiîî::ï**'" n '
«E-AbbSSV"' Kmîri Vliim'i
asï?. r N.î;; , iî e,,ck - affiÿ
TbSSoWrCril »raakZImn.irm.n,
_ JACOB M F.HHINO.
Blasai:®?
the fini day or «Id courL fortu'en'« tale?.* 1 ?«
Inn or tavern, at MaryUÙd xvînui wÜÄI
Cbe.tnut.tre.ta in the Tlilrd wàlîi ot thjritî '
Hlliningtoii, IK*1., and » 0 H< .ii ,„}!?" P'}>,
liquors In loss quantltli ihm. SS qSStto W
drunk on the premlaea, and the following ,
apectable citizens. resldenU ofaald
mend tl,r raid.pnlleatlon taw""' rMom -
M. D., Jnn. Kdw.rdx
j.l nh "■ Cramllte,
Jcepb Sen K. Abberger.
J. P. 1 hendore Feukel, E. N. ll«Ai nbi rt>
a»: biïiïL^'
Vim ■ S"ki^ YnlfS"'
SjoMÄ.. Jaufcssfc«:
Frèril£ïî"" d ' Andrew Berel, J '
^ P ATBUBK^Eoi R,TY.
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VMJtHOK AX,.
J^OTICE.
2D EDITION NOW READY.
"A PocketüyctetedSS , Wrlîrra„"Trarel- 1 '
rignWordiG sn s 7 n ""7' 1 '""»'word.; Por
b y Room,- Title, „«,1 ln United itit"' AtîbS'
In cSSmiÄI'* WomïüV.'W 0 " : Etl 'l"i'tte b for
[TJ" 1 c Y' :ft,ll F- co " , P ll <'d S, t«tlîtlcï: Interebt rr ü/L*
poâùl Katär HtSnn 1 n a »i : Do i n ' :i * t,c * n<1 'Foreign
F. C. R
6,20-tf
JOHN WAKAMAKKK'K.
•JVLDAT
-AT
*sr
Wanamaker's.
vTohn
Wednesday, October 11.
The slow coining of cool
weather gives us time to get
thoroughly ready our several
stocks of seasonable goods, be
fore trade crowds upon us. The
many enlargements of the stare
and of its facilities of all sorts
put off the crowding time still
further. Between the two
causes, we are enjoying a
period of considerable activity*
without the least sense of
urgency, except in two or
three directions.
But goods are coming in so
heavily as to embarrass us for
room to put them in. When
all our enlargements now in
hand are done, we shall have
much more available room
even than we now have. Order
is not yet organized in a large
part of our new basement, tne
part which the public does not
see. Before the coming of the
thickest of the trade of this
yefcr we hope to have every
inch of room available to the
utmost.
So bear with the noise of
hammer and saw. It is your
work we are doing.
All the silks and satins suit
able for linings of all sorts,
quilted, 90 cents to $1.75.
JOHN WANAMAKKR.
Next-outer circle, south entrance to
main bulldln«.
Rougli and Ready small faU
bonnets, precisely such as we
sold till yesterday at 45 cents,
now 15. All colors. Millinery
moves fast now_ . .
. _ JOHN WANAMAKKR.
aontheut ooreer of main building.
Do you know linen sheet
ingl Do you know it well
enough to pick out
samples two of about the same
quality I We should scarcely
put them into our store news
at this season without having'
something good to say.
We can show you two sam
ples one at 75 cents, and one
at $1.10, not alike exactly, but
one as good as the other. , 75
cents equal to $1.10, and both
in the Bame store ! It will
hapjien so. What about the
$1.101 Well, compare that
sheeting with any other in
Philadelphia at the price, and
you will not beat it anywhere,
unless by an exceptional bar
gain like this 75 cent; and
where are these bargains 1
That is the point, where
these bargains 1 At the __
frequented stores, or where
great masses of goods come
and go 1 Where goods
bought of the makers, or of
middle-men 1
merchant always holds himself
ready to take any quantity pf
goods if only the price be low
enough, or where buying is in
driblets 1
This advertisement touches
all sorts of linens, including
linen handkerchiefs. There
is no other store in Philadel
phia in which such steady
advantages are afforded; none
in which unusal bargains are
so usual,
generally at least ten per cent,
in our favor; it often rises to
twenty; sometimes to thirty
and even more.
of a dozen
are
un
arc
Where the
The difference is
Outer-circle ax,. , J0HN WANAMAKKR.
1IaU tt< iu«re entrance.
«na south entrance to main building.
JOHN WANAMAKER,
XAIhKOAO hINKH.
■PHILADELPHIA, W1L
OCTOBER Mb, IMS.
Tralae will leere Wilmington ae follow
TBpÄWapnK*
ela (express) -1.00, ASt
»M, 11«. a.ni.mJfa.1
I». Me
?:
'Afi
-P-l
•parur-.
MHtm«eftftft4 Boy Line-*.
"tlTT.^.M'tS.lV.Sp 4 : n .,
Baltimore ooly-1.06, 10.00«. m. 12.26 and 6
il, «.«. 0.17
p. m.
"T3ÏYÏ
Drimar end .totewnedtata etetlen
''***' htmiJAl TKAfNH.
p. m.
•-US a m.
Philadelphia aad » rt ir m w lU td «ut ton«—ft. 10a.m.
It-OOm. MAT.Ae.IA p. ,m.
PMJMelgrtaaM hWr«A -».«, IBs. m.
iu.
Baltimore and Washing ton- 1 .«, All, 1.0», in,
a. m. 11.Mp. m.
BftlUmota-wl.« ft. m. Ÿ ■
Tor further Information passenger« are
ferrttd to Um» lime tabtee posted at the depot.
SREä*
aVSciksrÄJ 4 *"* 4
J. *.
CHAH. B. PUGH.
y_Pymn g«r Agt.
A TKAMSHlf LLlTMt.
•DOB PHILADELPHIA.
X TUB STBAMBB
S. M. FELTON
-CHANOK OT HOURS—
»>
«I
QM AND AFTER MONDAY.
8E
leftye French street wharf at tft a. m.. and
tteMp.m. returning leave« Philadelphia at «.»a.
Stopping sftbeiter and Hook each war.
Fftre 16 cent*5, excursion tickets » cents.
Tickets to rmtmm by the F., W. A K. BaÏÏroad
good to return on accoms
•old on the boat «0 cents.
trains only
pOR NRW TORR.
Electric Line of Steamers
Salle from Klag street wharf; Wilmington,
TUESDAYS.
THURSDAYS
aad SATURDAYS,
otto*
•*«tfÂrë,:v.r*5r
MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS,
ftftd FRIDAYS,
«1 4 o'clock, p. m. Freight carried
ft« by any other Una, For rate«
apply to
® Sooth street. New York
E. ANDREWS. Wilmington.Del. 6-ö-tf»
re low
J^NCHOR LINE.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS
. Sell Weekly to end from
NEW YORK and GLASGOW, yin LONDON
DEKUY,
Cabin Presage, «0 to «0. Return. »110 to »1«0.
Second Cabin,|40. BeturaTlcketa.ln.
Gabi» poMungen booked at low ra
Faaaenger arrownuxlations are unexcelled,
State room* on Main Deck. PaaM-ngen booked
at lpwert rat«» to or from Germany, lUly,
Norway, 9w«dan, Denmark, Re. 7 '
Far hooka of 'Tonnln Scotland,"rate«.
ra
plans,
Naw
wikahviai.
UIB8T NATIONAL,BANK
-C OF WILMINGTON.
EsreSITOBT or THE rvBLIU MOHBT
FINANCIAL AMENT»
THE UNITED STATES
Edwabd Barn, President,
Gao. 1> ABHuTAona, rubier
PAID UP CAPITAL, (UO,«*.
Philadelphia, New York and Bo«ton Exchange
furntffhed to regular IkqxiffltorR with««! charge.
'J 1 * 0 ®?* 1 MONDAY» and THUK8DAY8
at N.ftJa. ui.
DIHECTOR8:
"»"fd »«te ^ I John H, Adenu,
CtaBtant B. tenvth, I Jems. il. Mrt 'omh,
Hî"W , w '"■•d' William Taluall,
Denial James, . | Ell oerrett.
Samuel Bancroft, Jr.
nl-lv
gPECIAL NOTICE.
MESSRS. R de V. VERMONT & CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
OF 7« CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK,
drat, ot «00
IjnjteU «ïtau'SEStaî
are now prepared to rend their
PRIVATE flNANCIAL LETTER
I New York city (under n .. H
vefopc) to all
INVESTORS OB SPECULATORS,
wb« mar dealr« tu receive weekly ttie latest
lu formation coucernlng the
STOCK MARKET
in the m«tr«polU
HINTS and POINTS
: rnral.hod to
SPECULATORS
concerning the probable rire or dneltna ln
•took; j »tap «Artec to- lavmtor.
and Capital lau concerning
SECURE nnd PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS.
NOTICE > JC. de V. Vermont k C3o. t not belux
xrn n kÄä , Th rt,y , 0 » r indirectly,' with i»y
Brokers' or Bankers' Huslnea«, give their Infbr
matiou and advice with full Impartiality ami
Interest h€,n *' u ® u * mce * l«a»t h y personal
°_ r regularly by MONDAY night'.
BEll IT I vr'wv U ïi" |, 'b , " r thirteen A»n
owSüLtÏR «ït te rect " p * of ■ um ol
E. DE V. VERMONT & 00.,
PUBLISHERS,
7« CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK.
augl4-lv-M
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
FO« BALE:
4.000 Delaware City t* per refiL tends.
aad
TO
»J'HE ARTIZANB SAVING BANK.
IfO. 102 MARKET STREET,
IBCOBrOBATBD JANUA.KY MtII, 1861
I 7 to S o'clock.
from
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
BHffiterty mode In April ami October Whs»
SÄT 1 withdrawn they ara ieoîSS
MANAGERS;
«WfflSSi,«
Edw
febtl-ly
XnVVA TI OH Al.
K UOBV
EWNING SCHOOL
MONl
UCT.1,
•> (teraoae wiahtac
wrjpù
Lîi 4 -
ebob.
WftftT*
r ooi
BOTH SEXES,
1 ""Maalloa.
Omina H. |L
le S mile, weet of new* Broad
Philadelphie, on PhUs. . I Balt. <
Courses of MM
Heperior opportuatlle. I R su to yswu msi
snd boys to prepare Aw Ifeo beet Amerlrea aol
taking e bill oouree.
Btadlpg tgaght bfe Sr. »«mu «taestlowlri.
Penmanship by e pr,
been ties of the ert.
•f ms'
PrtTale Inatructlen given go those whose otn
eetlon hes been neglected. A home-llka deparèl
me« for 1HU« boy».
J. HHORfri.lIWlK (Vgle College), A. IL. Pu.
elpsl, UoaeordTllle, Del., Oo. r Pa,
-gjifWm-nDd
—A"*^_5— «
J AM NOW PREPARED *K) UEL1V1S
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOB FAMILY PHI
-At T1
AT THK LOWEST XABKET RATES !
I*ftt U «»lam.
All coni well aareeoed
B. F. TOWNSENÏ),
OFFICE U TA ED, FOOT OF FOURTH hT.
orTTft pha, '"
communication with aU^ru
gOMETHING NEW.
Connellsville Coke I
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chbstvut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite else*, (7.00 per 4,000 pound*.
NO DUST!
NO ASH
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE f
I
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT I
i
Chas. Warner & Co.,
Market Street Wharf.
i
\
i
i
i
•MB
T n Î.SV? UC ÉRQURffTKD CARO
^imme'to te dS^i?ntbte. " W
«»•CAPITAL PRIER Ml, HX. _
Ticket» only «». shore, la r—g-wflaa
f
i
*
4
4
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
sss ÄÄÄtfiiSttÄäF*
_■/ ftft.overwiiBiiniiig popular vote lu franchis«
Ä°Ä"Äi «2.7'"*' *
s MF vemtvnsxgs
and oadorsM
I'U-'k nt the following «eherne.
.x^.lr^.nç.rrl.mn.nîÂBS
GENERAL Jl
ander th.
lumen tof G BN
111 d '"* ,1 ita of^'ta'cômpany ' both
Capital Prize, $75,000.
1W008 TH KETM AT riVE DOLLARS each
FRACTIONS, la FIFTHH la 1'ROI'ORTIUN. "
list or raixga:
1 Capital Prise of,
I Capital Prize of,
1 Capital Prl«e of,
11
.i-M*S
»r>M *•
100 Prize# of '
rlzea of 100
rlzea of 10
It 000 Prize« of 26
12,000
Ess
IS
as
26,000
APrioxuuTiox rmixos
{ Approximation Prize« of $710.
« 4*

»
lt*«7 Prtxes, amountlftg to...
re.^üPi lc fi" on J or r î ta » 10 e 1 »*» • heal dt
1» h»
only
lDAUPHIN. at
•or Seventh direct, Waihluxton. D é.
N. B. -Order, addrereed te New itebL-i
receive n rompt «tteiHteiT oJtpiJS^JSJw^P'
S < woÙNoSeîli? W 8 ÜYFKRING from
ïU&d'"& Tetel.n'
their service «re also entitled. lun^
Denaloiiera are oniitiad *«ny
Or, M* A
A"
evwrq...
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N ,W TORS
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agents
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Ex peeing the eeciet doing» ofuiiMi IsJ
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Women are Bred fromeaauoD;MrD rstin
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author ef 'Tbr tnillfh uygauased tkJ
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Mr. Le I and em bodice la thu book the
M Ike gyptlci, the
and hM produced e I
lancBaaeSuidliVeJ
able Oft« InUrre« tin* work.
•ATCHIL GUIDE, 1W».
A Satchel aside for the Vecetle. Toed
rape. Review! «mise for UB A
itlaeraey of the Brlteh Ulw, Hrlgium
load, Germany sad the Hhl.e, k«l
Frame, Au.iru aad Italy. WIU ».
Roan-Areihla. p.
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poatpa^fL fft racelpt of prie« b j
Houghton, Mifflin &
■ t Boston,
NO. 11 EAST 17th STRIKT, NEW :
■Wldte-te-' _ — —.
fjifll NATION,
Sjuee tto eotuoHdatlon with tin »
York JTreBtej ft«, hulncreuol
forllttie» In e»frj deparlinral, (
larged Iteaiae to twentj-four ftf
ana added many able writ«» 10
prerioiulUL It I« now pro»"««
by many oflt* reader» to he m
than eror hpfore. KoUtbllahtd
1WW, th» lialion w U » pion»
tola country u * wrakly Joarxd
literary and polltjeal criMcRm oil
hlgheat order, eoeductad fro« f
tee control of party orlntarmt oil
■ert. Deepltea prec*riou»«upfl
during tee IIrat few yen», « *
. .to 1 |* original tlinnnlflltj lw"
assured- Me»nw
It had become * rocegnlied »ntho..
at home and *bro«3 ; It*
acemenj h*» bee* OBChuf
i the Drat, and lta project»«il
tend that, with their P
•eat focilltle», the NatimJ*
become more than er»r heron
medium of the ablrnt thought or
U T7te form and »tyle of »J* W
are cho»en with a riew to tho
'' guttable »h»P« for binding, Md *
of tee tiation prererred, hound a
Indexed; mmke* the moai . «"Pj
aud readable record of eurent«»«
ef importance In the polltlraJ
llterarrworid BTaUabl» for
American publie. .
The epbecriptlon price h»» b»*
SfA^d to ft.00 /V Annum.
way, New York.
success was
from
«
(XALL
—AV—
CASSIDY'S
ABf GALLEH
123 lyest Baltunore SI
* ?» BALTUfOEK, «»■
WHISKIM.
AL«»,* 0 '
WINKS,
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