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(K»tasushco m 1714.)
fUBUSHED EVERT DAY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
BELL «Sc TAYLOR,
Canrs sc« Wot, on Twisty-Five Ccmts nr
Month, Payaale to the Regular Authorized
Collector, ano to no other, on at the «uehoee
BY MAIL.
. . $3.00
One Yean, ....
But Months, • . .
Three Months, 4 .
1.55
.80
f m* Buamu. One, wo Eorroawi Room, in con
NEOTED WITH THE WlLEHNOTON TELEPHONE Ex
CHANOE, ANO NEWS ON AOVCRTIEL HE N TS
MNT IN THIS WAV AT
OP 7 A. M. AND 8 P. M.
TH3 GAZETTE,
WILHIhOTCN, Del.
WiLMSOTOW. THURSDAY. OCT. SC.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FDR GOVERNOR,
CHARLES C. UTOCKLEY,
ol Sussex County.
foB BBPBESBÜTATITE IX COXORC88,
CHARLES B. LORE,
Cf New Castle County.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR 'STATE SEX A TORS,
DR. SWÎTHIN CHANDLER.
ALEXANDER B. COOPER.
FOR REFRESSXTATITES,
HENRY M. BA1U.OW.
GEORGE H. BATES.
ROBERT C. JUSTIS.
WILLIAM COOCII.
ALBERT N. SUTTON.
WILLIAM A. COMEG YS.
Dl!. JAMES V. CRAWFORD.
FOR LETT COURT COMMLSBIOVURS,
F.DàlüND 1IAMAN, Mill Cfeek Hundred.
«•«»»IN T. CIIEAUW, Red Lion Hundred.
J AM ES II. MACKEY,White Clay Creek Ud.
bKKICK F. 8IIALLCROSS, St. George's lid.
JA.M/.S T. TAYLOR, Appoquinimink ILL
l.«e/R(iE C. ROTUWELL, Blackbird ILL
FOB 8HKKIFF,
PURNAL J. LYNCH.
FOR CORONER,
I RANK E. SMITH.
Too Late la Coinlug Forward.
Tloa. N. B. Smithers and Oeorgc V.
Massey, Esq., of Dover, are announced to
addrers a Republican meetlug iu the Opera
House, this city, to-morrow evening.
These gentlemen an* probably the ablest
Republicans In the State, and their personal
reputations are on a par with those of our
best cttlz;ns. Mr. drrithers, though he
sullied 1rs otherwise untarnished record hy
accepting a Congressional term Secured by
an election at which the voice of the opposl
t.ou was completely stifled by Federal
bayonets at the polls, is in all other respects
a citizen of high standing aud of irreproach
able character. Mr. Massey is a good
lawyer, and although his position as leading
counsel of a great corporation controlling
most of the railroad interests of this State
shouhl prevent him from taking a promi
nent part in local politics,he is iu every way
a gentleman of high character and good
repute.
It ib itnpotiilh.c to divine the motives that
Indueel these gent'emon to take the stump
at this b*.te «lay aud champion the cause of
the most disgraced aud disreputable politi
cal leader tula State e
produced. Had
they taken a stand and u^ed the r luttuenee
with their party iu the initial stages « f the
campaign, Harrington candidates would
n«)t have boeu ehuseu in New Castle, Keut
and Sussex, aud the contest would have been
u battle ft>.* principles only, with no
pubic disgrace attaching t» a Republican
victory. But ha.iu; suffered the wor.-t cle
ment oi the party to control it* action
dictate it« Humiliation», aud maintained u
long silence that could ouly he construe
a disapproval of the policy fiat lud been
pursued, they must Lot complain if public
opinion classes tl cm with those who have
liceii whipped in by "Boss" Harrington,
aud compelled to teuder an unwilling sup
port to his personal candidates.
But all the respectability an 1 energy that
cau be brought to bear upon the campaign
will uot eradicate the fact that the Republi
can party is controlled by an unprincipled
"boss" whose character is stained with
crime, and whose success would be followed
by u reign of profligacy and disgrace.
Smithcrs may sow and Massey may water,
hut Dick Harrington will reap the harvest,
in the event of u Republican victory iu Dela
ware. Let not this great issue of the
p* gu be for an instant forgotten.
a
eaiu
Candidates Cukiiey and Hastings, and
« at.vc nominees in Kent c >unty,
unite at the cdelation o!'Chairman Harring
ton In published letters declaring their op
jH.aition to mixed ochixiia. But liiere'« noth
ing «t range in this, and it would uot be ut all
remarkable it the whole Republican party
of Delaware «iioul 1 unite iu a similar declara
tion. But would that prevent mixed
uch.Hls loi. owing a Re put lie
next month f Has not the
cau parly in the past
elf cted obnoxious legihlatioii in the luce of
solemn campaign déclarât ions to the e
trary ? As pure as the Republican party
gain« control of Delaware mixed M a bo«>l«
I !..
victory
Iti-puMI.
■pi'BU'illy
will lie forced upon the imor \tTiitc people
of Ibi* State
they have been for ye
upon the poor white people < f Cheater
ty, Pa. Let every citizen bear In mind
that a vote against tiie Republican candi
dates ir a vote against mixed tchoolu.
The new Broad «trvet station, Pliilailc 1
I h!a, Ib a commodious uk well
laguilt
eent ediflee, but it« capai'Ry won severely
te«U«l bv the tliourundä who labt night
waited to I»e traiifported from the city. A
great many people think the temporary use
of the old Broad und Prime station would
liave gready fac'litutcil operations in taking
away southward passengers, ami leaving
the new slat!«Ai entire y lo those bcuud in
other directions. However, the great crowd
bore the delay with the h -»t of good nature,
and united in pra'tes of the mamdous rail
road management that conducted
enormous special travel without t he slightest
accident to any o e.
eh an
Tod a T wb keep our promise and give tu
the publie Another chapter of the rerord o I
the corrupt chairman of the Repub
lican State Central Committee. Com
ment ou tliia remarkable ami sur
prising recital Is unnecessary It speaks
for itself, ami its perusal We commend to
the people of Delaware, nnd particularly to
thosf who have foamed the opinion that Har
rington was being t rented unfairly and was
the victim of persecution. What wc publish
today*is simply adjJJtlbnal proof that this
is not so, and It will open the eyes of decent
Republicans to the full kuowiedge % of the
depths to which their leader descended dur
ing his career at Washington
Mr. Curuky «ays the term u Bosses is
" repugnant to my [Ids] ideas of Republi
" can government,
must l:avc chuckled to himself, ashcpcunc«l
this scut«'
Hhw Chairman Dick
for the signature of the man
his "bossistu" and "ring rule" forced upon
an unwilling party as their standard bearer
In an Important campaigu. '•Repugnant,"
Indeed. If It had not been for "Boss" Har
riogton and kis "ring" satellites Albert
Currey would dot have been the Republican
candidate for Gover
of Delaware.
Tue Demo« uatk campaign is uow pro
grewing actively, and in the most satisfac
tory manner, ail over the Stute. Mr. Stock
ley U gaining new friends every day, while ,
Mr. Lore's iicrsonal popularity with the peo
ple is constantly increasing. The party is
now thoroughly aroused, and as not even u
suggestion of defeat Is entertained, the re
sult of the election simply revolves itself
luto a question as to the extent of the Dem
ocratic majority.
Tnc flip-flap evolutions of the morn
lug organ in relation to grantii)^ a right of
way through this city to the Baltimore &
Ohio Railroad, are simply marvelous. Like
the "little joker," now You see it fin favor
you^lon't.
of the impiovcmcnt] and
The trouble with the morning organ it that
it wants to be
the popular sMp, anil In
this cane is almost Crantlr lu its a Hurt» to
kcup from ''ipjtting It'll."
Poor Bon Lamhdex. Since the "Little
Election," w h«»n he watt to have curried
Bread Creek hundred f«»r the R« publican«
but didn't do it fib» new party friends have
kicked him out of their confidence, and n«»
longer affectionately blyle him the "old war
horse." He ta now withoutu home, without
a country and without a party.
Tub si m of fifteen thousand dollars, it in
Buhl, I« to 1)2 applied hy Chairman Harring
ton to the luuduhle work of «decting the
Republican ticket in Kent county. Fifty
times tliis amount would not accomplish
ch an uiidtriratdc result.
The II. und «). Ittiglit ot \Yaj.
[ H< lair, »1.1. . JEffls.)
We understand that the route which will
bo taken through this county hy the Bulti
::: ~e and Ohio railroad, in it« new Hue to
Philadelphia, will dcpeutl greutly u|khi the
courte which may be pursued hy property
holdere along the res|N*ctlve routes which
have been Biirvey«il. ir, Is sai«l that the
lower line, Immediately parulh'1 with the
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore
road, can l>e constructed lor a much 1«*««
sum than the upper line, which heads the
Gunpowder and Bush rivers, but if the
owners of ptoperty on the upper line should
tr«*ut in^t liberal spirit for the right of way,
that line will In all probability in? adopte«!.
A roa«I on the upper line would certainly lie
of much more benefit to the county thuu the
lower Hue, uml wc ho{>e the owners of pro
perty through which It would run may make
such arrangements with the railroad company
as to Insure the upper line being taken as the
route lor the uew road.
An Abi ent-»llmte<l Bridegroom.
A young man whouutil recently ha«l lived
at the lioiiac uf his father, in Augusta, Me.,
married a few weeks ago and leased apart
ment« In unothcr purt ul the city,
other evening, after completing Ills day's
work, he left the office, went up the street,
hnuifhl hia Boston paper and then rHmbcil
the hill to his father's house. Entering its
familiar pi-eeinets, he
room, made his toilet aud then presented
himself at the table. The family, who had
b«'cn w&tehiuc: hi« operations, eyed him
with amazement, and at last Ids mother
softly inquired : "My son, have y
eure«! a dtv<
lac
•bed to the w ash
pro
•e thus early In your wedded
car«H*rf" A pale Hush stiffubcd tl»e yoiiup
mun'» face, which rapidly «leejmcd Into
cardinal. Then lie irio-pcd : "1 forget all
about be*ug married." Leaving the table
<»t laughter, »lie young man
hurried out aud walked h. st lv home, where
his young wile was imputluitly aw ui ting his
coming.
u
.
YYest T)r|c*nla's Full I
Returns from 117 West Virginia counties
give Snyder, Democrat, for Supreme Judge,
:*Ô,s:>N ; liutliid«*. Greenback-Republican,
35,£30. Of the 17 coiinti«*» to Ijear from H
are I)« mocrutle, so that the outstanding
vote will raise Snyder'« majority to at least
2,500. Thr total vote will he about 00,000;
as against 112,713 in 1880, when Hancock's
majority over Gurflcld and Weaver was
2,0Gif. Goff, Republican, nnd Kenna and
Gibson, Dcmocrate, are elected to Congress
by Bfo<Hi majorities. In the 8« cou l district
both the Wheeling*papers,
Democrat, and the IiUdliyaic
agree that the vote «.f nil 'the counties
imrtcd elects William L. W'ilsou. Dfnux*rat,
er John W. Mason, Republican, l»y, the
former tu y* seven, the latter eight majority.
R.
a
the Hey inter,
r, Republican,
at
An Ir.teiestiiig F.Tent.
In 1854,
passing through Geor
hilc General Sherman wuk
, the King!«, a
wealil.y family «.f Rot«well, owned a faetorv
worth about $50,000. I
or«ler to keep
Sherman from burning it they tram fer red it
without eoubiderutiou to Théophile Roche,
a Frenchman employed in the
wlu*reup«Mi the Frcuchniu
flag upon the property cud claimed prob e
lion of the property under it. Sherman dia
regurded the Hug and burned «1«
tory uml put Roc In* under arrwt.
uow
iutcrcKt, dnntagc-H
property cud $20,000 dumag«> tor 14 k am f t
and i m prison ment, intcretit and
aggregating about $125,000.
factory,
raised the Frone h
of
n thr f»c
Ro.-lii!
r iliu UnlUid Sinti-B for (3(1,000 ami
t'e.trui'tlo
lor
of
.
The Kaltliiiorn Plcctl
Tlie annual election for members of the
Flwt Branch of City CnunirllB tn Hultliui.ic
! ,IMlk I' 1 **''.*' Jrati'idiiy. Th« Drinnrrat» Imd
ri'|;Hlar ticketB In flu'll of tIlf ensistjr wardr,
(Ilf H pulillfai.s Iu all the ward« rxccut iliu
E*);hth, Niiitii uml Huvi'litcfliih, mid the
HnlUil l.ulml' Curly In all fxi f|.t tin- Ninth.
lie Cirlt, ... Third, Killh,.Sixth
Elirhtecnth wurde, ihf fuud.duU". <.r thr
Hlilted Luhor Curly were r.ited lor l,y the
Ilepuhlleum.. T Ilf Ofimi'-ruta eie eie, I their
cumii.laU'« tn s«.'Veut«'e
«1
waul«
.1 the Kc
publican« in Mire«*, the Eleventh, l<\
d Eighteenth—a gain of th
Rcpubll
wed rn
»erafs. The total Démocratie
; 21,-105 ; total nppot-ltiuii, IS -H i.
earn*, the last ('ouneil being ci
tll'flv III' Uf
»Dlf IV1
1
"lLieliiipuibii.'*
A
•^ui«'k, complété e
•, all annoying Khl
Biadder and Urinary disease's. Ç1.
»■y
Druggibts.
A l Silllwut
, Minnesota, on Tuesday
farmer named KUngbite, attaeke«!
«1 cut her so terribly that
. A bon, who
stabhed
Another
night
his bleeping wife
biie i« in a critical eomlith
trl«*d to preveut tlie attack, w
tilrouuit the heart and fell dead,
son gave the alarm to the |x»llcc, and the
murderer was found in Ids ham, «till hold
ing tlie knife,
lie w
After a «le.**-peinte struggle
shot uml then «'aptured
in jail in a d\lug condition,
said to have killed two
j 6 rved a t. im in the i<*ult' niiary.
tl l()i|g('il
Klinghlte is
•n tieiore, and lie
1'KRSOXAL
Oeu. Butler is making a lively canvas* for
Governor in Massachusetts, and will speak
every night up to the day Of election. ,
Burdett* Coutts-Dartlet t
own« the smallest penj it) the world. It
stands 1!) inches high, and is ffvc years old.
Mr. Biuliuvowus valuable property along
the line of the Richmond «fc Allegany rail*
road, but haa disposed of all bia Interest in
the road itself.
Mr. George Lor!) lard lins announced that
he will cut down his racing stables very ma
terially next year, if he does not give up
racing altogether.
The daughter of e\-Pcesident llayes Is a
schoolmate of Miss Molly GartteW at Cleve
land. Hutherford Hayes, Jr., Iiasu position
in the bank ut Fremont, of which his father
is a director.
Miss Gabrielle Greeley has begun making
improvements on the Greeley swamp at
Chappa<)ua, and bas given a plot of ground
to tl c Episcopal Society of that village, on
which to erect a chapel.
John M. Lung*ton, the colored United
Stute» minister to Ilaytt, has heeu recently
vl.-ltlng Virginia, and wn treated so kiudlv
that lie jure announced hi» intcutiou of set
tling pei ma tient ly In tbut State.
Mr. Hogeis, the pastor of Pencader
Presbyte rid n Church at Glasgow, uot being
katUlicd with some matters t**i tuininp to the
proceedings ol the lute aessioo of the Pfet
byteiy at Newlik, has retlgued as pastor oi
his church.
The lion. W. Porcher Miles, of South
Carolina, u former nu mber of Congress from
that State, has retdgiied the presidency of
the South Curolina College to take charge
of the Burnside sugar plantutious in Loulsl
suh, valued ul $4,000,000, belonging to his
father iu law, Mr. Oliver Beirtieof Virginia.
1'OLITICAC WOULD.
Joseph G. Vale was nominated for Con
gressman'yesterday by the Greenback Labor
Convention of the Nineteenth Pennsylvania
district.
The Republican County Convention ot
New York lust night endorsed all the nomi
nations of the Citizens' Committee of Fitly,
except William A. Butler for County Clerk.
After a vigorous contest. John J. O'Brien
was nominated for that ofllcc by a vote ol
181 by hi». The Auli-Kcily Turn many C
ventton, lust night, aUo endorsed thu Citi
zens' ticket, Leaded by Allen Campbell tor
Mayor
General Slocum, Howard Carroll, Chari« «
Rhode«, N. W. Nutting and La w is Brach,
candidates lor Congressmen in New York,
(the first two Deinn<-ratlc and Republican
candidates for Congressmen-at Large re
spectively), have answered a circular ad
dress««! to them by the Civil Service Reform
Asaoclath'n. All express themselves in
favor of the Senate hill to regulate and Im
prove the civil service, and the House biil
prohibiting |x>litical assessments.
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
Straw bridge & Cloth ten,
Dealers 1n Dry Goods F.xgu bivbi.t,
Eioirru ami Market Strkhts.
Itirtl Manna
keep* cnnnries In constant song, ami
dl«, cuhc*. 15 rents at drug stoic.
Food Co., Cuunlen, N. J.
The Baroness
is
Bird
lleu«ly for Fall IIuaIuoim.
Our fail stock of hats und caps now In
store. The most cl«*gant st«K*k of Derby
hats we ever had made up. Prl«*«*H ar usual,
the lowest In the city. E. II. Ruiuford A
Bro., No. 4ll4 Market street.
UK t UiJOUA.
Ooo<1 a. Ale., ml ftlmri»».
New Dr*
yyiLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PKICFd.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Dlreot from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
The largest stock we have ev*vr offered.
—Also a full Hue of—
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
72.00 per yard.
From 35 cents
WM. R SHARP.
Fourth ami Market Sts.
F.u.cy Hosiery uml Umien
N EW
Gor «; I
S. Ii. STAATS
j
No. 405
Markt t Street,
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
h.-autirul dcftlgus
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
li
FANCY HOSIERY
FOU LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
«I WELL
SLLKCTED STOCK OK
Also opening a large
Lallco', Gcr.th men's
ami Children'»
Merino Underwear
)
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
fi
16 A SURE CURE
for all disease, of the Kidneys
LIVER
and
X- has Hpecillc action on this moot Important
orsxm ou^bUxxu it to throw off torpidity and
• ti " iulftUr *4f the healthy secretion cf
tho Bile, and by keeping tho bowcla In f xxo
condition, offocling iu regular dkeharga.
Malaria. i f, ; o t"t* uai ^ la «rra3 l
. mulurlu, Irnvo tlio ohlln.
are Mlious, u y »peptic, or constipai cd. Kidney*
\/ort will Luroiy roliovo end quickly cure
la tne Spring tocleanao Uio tyEtem, every
n snould tuke a thorough couruo of it.
BOLD BY PftUCCIHTn- p r | oe
<
!
4L
il.
[73
s
(JURAT RUSH
Fon—
OYSTERS!
J. T GARDNER.
TOR. SEVENTH AND SIIIPLEY STS.
or» help to lit»
"iVr.'Viix
Hie Oil
Plly m
I JROSSMER & SCHEU,
Iresco, House & Sign Painters,
NO. 210 E. FOURTH STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
«•9. Halls,
I In «Ul, U
ou g nui an tetri
nri.leri
iD biiHim-KK, mul
- wltliOVSTF.KH
1 Is now
at »hört
liver oysters to »!!
I« It wlih the driver will
able t
ill
>r

n uil. ft
' ;
t
nuire!
Parlon
Vi-fri IbtitfH
o'- Diftlciiipcr Oobir«.
all work. wii7 il., lui
«Il'i'or:
Sirhfact!
JOHN WAKAMAKEMFS.
'TO-DAY
-AT
Wanamakcr's.
J ohn
Thursday, October 2(i.
Store Not to be Closed
The store will be o|)en,
usual, every day this week.
as
Sateens with large damasse
dots, $1; 44 inch. A generous
fabric for a novelty just out ol
Paris. Green, three shades of
electric-blue, navy-blue, garnet
brown, olive.
A woven soutache effect
looks precisely like an elabor
ate braidwork on a. ground of
diagonal broad rib. Under
neath. i. c., on the wrong side,
is a soit cushion of wooled
yarn feebly caught up by the
harder warp, It is almost as
striking a novelty as braided
cloth would he. But braided
cloth would be very costly.
This is $2.50.
Another novelty in soutache
dress patterns is a series of
combinations of braid and
chenille. One, at least, of the
patterns is altogether removed
from any seen before. In
some-, colors are combined as
well as fabrics and forms.
Braid includes satin
Soutache effects
various every day.
p»pw«
grow more
. , , JOHN WANAMAKEIL
Third dreh*, soniheast f|9»m c *
For more than
a year we
have had one price lor w ritin
whether you liave
large or small
quantity. Our ream price is,
at most, as low as anybody's
renin price. Of course, then,
our quire price is lower than
anybody's*; for
heard of a ijbody else selling
at one price, by ream and
quire.
Wc sell many sorts of paper
poor as anybody
wants; some the finest in the
world. Not
found out yet that we are sell
ing these finest
f)"
papers,
bought in
hav'n't
we
some as
everybody has
papers at
ream pneos.
There is some satisfaciion
in looking tlirough a stock of
papers, when you know bc
ibrchaul that all the
are about as low as they
be made,
liave
prices
can
\ery likely,
some papers that
might as well not keep ; and
we may want some that
ought to have,
proloss to have fhosen infallibly,
lint we have taken
have the finest of all in a great
many different styles, so differ
ent that few would
lntion between them ; and this
finest costs so little as to sur
Wc
we
we
WC
We don't
care to
soc any re
enll it
prise
"Wnnamaker Best ;
heavy, medium or light; rough
or smooth ; laid, wove or parch
ment; white
ruled or unruled commercial
or octavo,
what a variety.
If vou
many.
but it is
cream or azure:
You can imagine
want an unsurpassa
ble paper, and yet inexpensive,
see "Wnnamaker Best'
light,
cream, unruled.
wove, rough
at l v> cents a quire. •
Fret circle,
uiriluw.t f.(
t
JOHN WAN AM AKER,
Plie»
, . • Tlilrtmiti, a
'auri Alt) - ball oiju.ue.
iri Market »tri-eta,
FUUarielpifU.
HA 11*1*0AD LINES.
"PHILADELPHIA, WIL- fST
X M1NUTOX ANI) tfS
1IAI.TIMOK15 IIAII.ROAD.
OCTOIIKII, 8tli, I«.
Train» will Isare Wllmtnaton an follows for :
1*1)IU<1 clnhiu Slid Intermediate »talion»— 6.46,7.00,
lo.m, s. u). Lao, 4.00, 7.m, t.M, g. m.
H&4a|
MAS .
nitrifia (exnre»»t.a «.«.7.1ft «.IL
U.M. «.in. !2.li,l.ia,4.i7 l i.iO,«,Ä,
7.» R. w.
Mew York-L«W, ÎAI. ** .IV .58. U.*h.a. ».
•Li.*, 1.53, LJß, fCl7. •.». /.«Vp. in.
Bultliuorc and intcrnurflAle stations— 1.06, f.17
io. un», tit. e.oop. ui.
H ai t i» ar t »ml Bay Line-« .87 j». tn.
Baltimore
•I Washington -1.42, 4.51, *.06 ».17
A. ui. 1.U4 *1.00, 6.00, 6.67, 11.04 p. in.
U&lUiaore only—LOG, 10.0» a. ». 12.20 au«1
Train* for Delaware Division leave fur:
New Caatle-4.00, 0.10». m. 1.05, ».«0, «.25 p. m
Harrington and intermediate »talion»— #. 10a. in
I.0.V «.25 p. m.
Dcltnar
d Intermediate EtatloiiE-0.10 a. m.
HUN DAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate »tatIons—S.lOa.m.
12.00 NI. 5.J». 7.*k 0.56, p. ui.
Plilbidrlpliia and Mew York—2.00, 2.23 a. in. 5.17,
«.38, 7.ib p. in.
Baltimore ami Washington -1.12, 4.61, 9.06, 9.17,
1.05 p, ui.
. in. n.04 p. in.
Baltimore— l.tfi ». rn.
For fi:nht*r IntoniiAilon pASienfer«
ferrtMl tu tlu* time t»blc« pu*tt-l At the depot.
BErTr«lns marked thus: (*) Are llintled ezprcB»
upon which extra fare l»ch»rired.
J. It. WOOD, lit*our »1 Pntaencer Agt.
('HAS. A, I'lJOH. General kfanAxci.
fi*
S TEAMS Ulf LINES.
Î 'OR PHILADELPHIA.
TilK RTKAMEIt
44 S. M. FELTON
r.*C!sS
I ))
—CHANGE OF HOURS—
UN AMI) AFTER MONDAY,
■ Et T„2âTII.TH E M K V M hit 8. M.
FELTON WILL
li.v, Frvm-li «treet^ wli.rf «I « .A
., and
Pbiladelphlu »I V.3liu.
r.*. nip.
.. and
NtopplHgnl < bester and Hook «'»I'll way.
Fare 15 iciltt, excursion tickets 2» «•«•
».y the P..* W. A H. Mallroad
ouly
I
lltK.
Ticket» t.
glHMl to I
odatlon trat
Id
tin- iMjut UOcenu
P*OR
NEW YORK.
Electric Line ot Steamers
Sail, from Kin, street wharf, Wiluilnglun,
TUKtUAYB.
THURSDAYS
andSATU ItDAYS,
«1 from Pier 14,
at 2 o'clock, p.
m.. and
J£a» 1 Klwr, New York,
»ION DA YS,
WEDNESDAYS,
ana FRIDAYS,
at 4 o'clock, p. m. Freight carried as low •
A» by any other line. For rate»
apply to
ABIK1« A It HOT, 53 Houtii Elm*t, New York;
E. ANDHKWS. WHtnlngU.il,Del. 6-23-11-30
A NCHOR LINE.
UNITED STATE» MAO, HTKAMKKS
Sail Weekly to and from
NEW YORK and GLASGOW, vi» LONDON
DKltUY,
Cabin Pansage, |Q0 to |»o. Ueturns |110 to |14t
Second Cabin, f40. Return Tickets, |75.
Cabin passengers hooked at I
pASM-nget- Ai-coininodatIons an
State
at lowevt rate» to «»r fr«
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
For hook* of 'Tours In Scotland, ''rates,plans.
Ac., apply to HF.NDKKHON Hit« »TH KJIH, Ne*
)ork, or&AMUEL F. UkTTS. Adams Kxprm,
Wilmington
ratas
«celled. AI
Main Deck, P
a»iM*tiger» luMike.
Germany, Italy
FINANCIAL.
^IIE ARTIZAN8 8AVING BANK.
NO. «02 »IAIIKKT STREET,
Incorporât no January 24th. i«si.
Open to r«*c«*lve dr-posits from 9 a. in. until 4p. m.
Tuesday and Natunluy
iron« 7 to a o'clock.
»F.MI ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
Regularly made In April and October. When
dividends are not withdrawn they are accounted
a» deposits. Thus permanent deposit» compound
their Interest twice Iu each year.
MANAGERS:
SM
-ul tigs
Clement It. Hmyth,
Charte« W. Ilmvland,
Natlmulel K. Henson,
Henry F. Dure,
W. Hastings,
Edward Pu»ey
Georg« W. Hush,
George 8. «'»im-Hc,
M. L. Lichtenstein,
Kdwnrd Darllugtou,
Joh It. Jackson,
, William II. »win,
Anthony Higgins.
GF.org KW. H1IBII, President,
it. 8. CAPKLLK Vic» President,
K. T. TAYLOR. Was
J. »1. MATHKU, Auditor.
feb21-ly
piRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF WILMINGTON.
Repository of thr ruuLic Mu.nly
—AND—
FINANCIAL AGENTS
—or—
THE UNITED »TATES
Edward Betts, rresident.
. I) A itMtfTitovo, Cashier.
PAID UP CAPITAL, |ÛOU,üüO.
ritUa«1cl|ihia, New York amt Hontoii Exrhann«
furulBiicil lo ri'KUlar Depositors without eliarir«*.
Discount .lays, MONDAY» and TH U 1WDAY8
at «.30 a. —
DIKKi TOUS:
Edward Rett«,
Gleiiicnt H. »myth,
George W. Hush,
Daniel Jam«!«,
John II, Adams,
.lûmes ('. Me« 'on,b,
William Tatnall,
. Ell Garrett,
»amuet Unnerolt. Jr.
ni-ly
gPECIAL NOTICE.
MESSRS. E Ile V. VERMONT Jt CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
OF 76CHAMUEItSSTREET, NEW YORK,
Ô ro K u hir rorrcBnondentH ot SO
N KW 81 A i'KItS In the United 8tali-» und C'ana.U
»r.. iw.» prepured to send their
PRIVATE FINANCIAL LETTER
from New York city (nuder white sealed
vefope) to all
INVESTOR» UR SPECULATORS,
who may «lealre to receive w«*ekly the lates
Information concerning the
STOCK MARKET
in the metropolis
HINTS anj TOINTS
furnished to
SPECULATORS
concerning the prnhnlilc rise or
»t(M'k» ; hIho advice to Investor»
and Capitalist» c
«1 PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS.
being
decline In
'cntlng
SECURE
Notice : E. «le V. Vermont A C
, k directly or Indlrertlv. with anv
Bntkcr»'or Banker»* BiihIuchh, glvu the rlnior
lvôn! , !î» , ! ,,, i *^ v i ce wl, h fall ImpartialItv and
ïntere»t. ,UillK 1 " fl,u uceU 1,1 tl»« habt by personal
/ffulaHy hy MONDAY nlahfa
SÎM • I;t)v i?u-iL 1 , r,ir TIOKTKI N ("in
ON K lK.LLAui!li a ,;"' ' h * ° J t '"
»
E. DE V. VERMONT & CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
7(1 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK.
* RUKI4-1/-S4
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
fourth and Market Streets.
FOR SALE:
5.000 Delaware city i), per rent, bond.,
rUnrlnml IwV . (!f'*ofto« »"wi.l
it Hwttacrianil Ib.ueii, " a.|,r ranee,Uw nejj,
, Ko? and
L«'ticr» o|'
•I <lriifin
VLQTItnfO.
«*
i
9
J"ust the Latest Styles
ow in the market
Ready Made Clothing
N
,
.
w
ill he found at Market &
Fourth.
decidedly the largest Stock
j n the city to select from.
j^ very Department is filled
Jpor your inspection and
ach suit is guaranteed
Ili i>erfeet.
N obby Patterns for Boys
and Men.
D oing our liest for the
smaller children.
O f this Department we need
but say
R ich are the styles we offer
to-day
F or a Custom Suit to fit like
a glove.
&
n stock unsurpassed, 2d
floor above
s
/
c
ut, " trimmed aud made
stylish and neat,
f fashion, the finest found
on our street.
o
4
TH-willi let us
stock to \i '\v,
this
&
make our selection from
something new;
M
ovo with the crowd, and
leave your measure,
nd get a suit that gives
you pleasure,
A
R
emembering
merit de
\) mauds recognition,"
K lett, the cutter, first in the
profession,
E
very garment must suit,
j'our favor to win,
\
rnhis the
reason we expect
you again;
f
S
o give us a call, we boost
not iu vain,
ff^lie l/*aders of Styles i
-L Wilmington.
ill
«* - --- A'Wjirc,
pttOK. A. 8. VVKBSTEH'8
SELECT
Wanting Academy
masonic temple,
(Fourth Floor,) '
i oca WUmin 8 ton, ' Del.
1882—-SEASON
COMMENCING MONDAY SEPT „
.GKNT« KMKK'flri XKS ' 8U F * U.
day evening). iVom . , S pointa v nn.i t,
IcintK-r it, hkfi. * to luu vl«a k. Moùdav s*
hAlHK.1 AND rim
2îL"v U i? 1 ' lu, ""> aa
"via. .
•M
OF
188
Âïr? ( ,n ; ^sTh
,. 1 hurwlay» rr,inî!.W.*5 ,
.
tomber 3». »«»King u« \\«iliw. t j ^ y ^
All tin* Intent and t„„,i r . ,
»«mdit, including the i ,L!*S l,nnilhl P
•It,,.
I
Wall
:
'luidjl
CHOICE Of DAYS
«•i5 h Â.'S7 < ;ï* r !r*
»• pruclk.blc iw chiiïï
, During the »iimm« I ti„.
been h«ndsuint*iy decorated and !
privat«
li
** I» t|
id
•»:.
tltti-U.
ill I,
For term«, circular, etc
M. F. ROIIRLKN'S, '
Mo, 7lu Market street,
or by mall to
dc, NVHiiilngbTtt^i l .|
apply at
T M U,IW? UU 18 REQUESTED
. I ... w.*; '!. ' , ,ü " lh« m-w a,I I
» I|<.|IH. to ko ilntwo muntlilr. J
CAR
•Iir
•W-l AI'ITAl. 1'HIZK, rsoni-i
Ticket^ uni, ' ■ *
Hhares lu
IuOUisiana State Lottery C
Incorporated In l.«M for 25 years l.v tiin i
turc for FduoaUotuU and (I.sriu .l. mm*' 1
with a capital of|L000,0tlG-to which P bf P u *
fuinl ol |5Mi,tWU bus since Ut n ad.lt' l
vote Its fr»nri
Âïïfflrr rcrüS"* 1 — «
The only Lottery ever v
l»y the people of aiiy State.
It never »calc« or pontti
MINOLK NUMllhU DKA
u.vV ,Ts ,iKA
n I NOs tak.
I'ii
ontlily.
. A HULKS'IMi) OPPORTUNITY To u im
fJR/TÿNtt. F.LKV KNTI1 G ItA Ml IU:a\\ m
CLASS L. AT NKW UKI.HM ï
V)rew„ü? VEMBKU HUl ' RÙ..I
L«M»k at tin* following
exelualvc aiim-rvlnlou hh< 1
BKAL O. T. IIKAUKKt.Altl
ÜKSKHAL JI'IIAIaA. BaKLV of \
manage »II the «Irawinii» or thl» « ou.dhi
or«!lu»ry »ml M'liit-annnal, niiilntii-i
r.-ct iu »b of the publish. <1 OiOclal Lints'.
(Capital Prize, $75,000.
100.000 TICKhTS AT FIVE l)«»I.I.AU.s | A (
FRACTIONS, In FIFms In PK«rl*uiiTlt)i
list or
1 ('Apltal Prix«* pr...
1 <'»pi tut Ur I/..- ot..
1 rapllal I'rtxe of...
2 Uriaea of «6.»"" .
5 UrUca of 2,0«) .
10 Urlxe» of 1,000.
2» Prize» of 6U>.
1««) Prize» of 2U0.
Prize» of HO.
5uu Prize« <il' 60 .
1.000 Prize» of 26 .
['ll»
nb r
•}*
I.:
it:
.fry
. i;
APPROXIMATION PRIMS
9 Approxhnati
Prize» uf |75
.I
ft«. ...
0
-S'.
1,907.Prises, amounting to....
Intis
.t-M
Application lor rate» l
a»le to tli* office of theci
further Info
füll address, bend
tend L Uwt,
shmiiil
In N,-wI
nupn
I. 1 ,
tl
-.si
itom y Ord
di.
»1. A. DAUI'lllN,
New Orkans, I.
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at
su7 Heveulb Street, WuhlngtoD, I».
N. B.— Orders addreMwd to New urktim
•elv« prmunt
e ii linn.
r |'EA !
TEA ! 1EA !
clinic,'
wrjnstly ft
O.ic Hundred ('hosts of
-Hi«
TKA v just received,
«I «H*. These goo«J
chop
I
d deserve a trial l»y all I«»
TEAS.
We are also constantly rccelvlttjt ne* luv
of (X)FFKKS. Clielce Java, Mts-I«,
Laguavra und Manu-all
Oflu', li
•on'ix-i
choice Break fa
Which Is uut'ijuallud anywhere,
roast« d xitder
I S, 20, 22 an*
liai fcUJHTVl»
i 1
c apices a specialty.

ORIPPEN'S
—TEA STOKE
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., h
KAl'PING PAFEK.
W
WOODBINE MILES.
LABEL REGISTLUF-1»
GUARANTEED FULL C0UÎ
WFKBI1UABV 5TII. 1S78.1»
It SHEETS IT) TUE QUKS'
he full (St
STRAW WRAPPING*,
roil ill, sh. ui hi have l* «lieft» »tu .f»«U V""
2w «juin • to eoeli bumlU'.
sold '
Im Inp
SfiF^l hcre Is much pa|*Ç r ,
15 sheet» to the quire. Kit
12 »hectM. The
•I i
iti.<
■h
h. I
X'for shee,
PAPER*
»uliter, the |ia|M
think of the n
ii
bundle. COUNT y
WOODBINE,
Oils 1
and take nothttnr else,
teed to be KU LL (Stniulnrd
CHKAPKR
|is|H*r, imt I
Ask ttu* linn you buy *»f to E*'*
Il N K MILl.e" \Mh|»|»IhK. »•"
l»e,a» till» paper I» ilieelicap»» 1
I. 'J
||| till Ul»'"
Count, Quality»Weigiit & (
•0
considered. 1 f T ftn f" nn ,^ r /''Vi îLoî-Wi
u**al will), then H rv *
to buy any pu per but n»«
WOODBINE MiEE
ugh Imlt
PRIMA HY, TOEPARATOT »' d L
ate decaihmem
1 ' 1
Iu a talli|>lfl
l.CtlOD
'I lioi
•0I.EE
Mimb'
nilvimlnge*« In
-14
ii*
Superior
Art. Full
mtVri-h
ALONZO
1IKNKY L. EAYKOKD
T I*. RAYMOND * C° >
STOCK BROKEN^
STREET, n.
JJENRY
NOS. ♦ AND OPINE
Buy and «'11 I«f ,n Tf t i 1 *.u I î|[|f» ili" ll J.'|
moderato uwrgln Kxl hanp-. *
the New York otnek■ ru ii*.
f hum privilege» ut fa* Wall
dlatautly located Ire")
wishing
from f50
bt
Inywt .U". ,
to »1,«». «J ' UoH
write (Or iu for >T i'rn'f Sm« 11 "f
Financial Itopor* ""ï" Keferto
exffutfd ut V u T tra.^ ïi , , ll 01»*
Mf.iiltcr» ol N. Y. »t« *■ . t,«., l
of New York Cent »1 ^ Nh »' 1 '
prominent Mauuftu.t«H £ f( w d I«
Biialne«. Ho"«'"
mailed ou application.

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