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(tftAlLWMCO IN 17t4.)
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RHLMNGTON. FRIDAY. OCT. "*î.
DKMOGRATIO STATE TICKET.
1
WOm «OTBBBOB,
CHARI E8 0. 6TOCKLET,
of Sussex County.
von HEPRR 8 RNTATIV 1 in CONOBES8,
CHARLES B. LORE,
Of New Caatle Connty.
DEMOCRATIC COVRTV TICKET
»OB STAT1 »UNArOR«,
DR. 8WITHIN CHANDLER.
ALEXANDER & COOPER.
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VOR REPRESENTATIVES,
HENRY M. BARLOW
GEORGE H. BATES.
ROBERT C. JU8TI8.
WILLIAM COOCH.
ALBERT N. SUTTON.
WILLIAM A. ÇOMEGY8.
OR. JAMES V. CRAWFORD.
I
I VOR LEVY COTRT COMMISSIONERS,
EDMUND HAMAN, Mill Creek Hundred,
j -IHN T. CHE AIRS, Red Lion Hundred.
I .'AMES H. MACKE Y.WhlteClay Creek lid.
|| »ERICK K. SHAILCR088, St. George'« Hd.
1 James T. TAYLOR, Appoqulnlmluk Hd.
U liuwRUK C. ROTH WELL, Blackbird Hd.
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FOR SHERIFF,
riTKNAL J. LYNCn.
«OR CORON KR,
FRANK E. SMim
Th« •• Party of Great Moral Idea«."
B When ao individu»! «pends the greater
I part of hto time tn f»OMttng of hto own
I morality ft to generally a §afe principle to
f include him In the oauie category with
Joseph Surface, and to regard him a» a
consummate byp<jertte. As with Individuals,
so with parties. The orator« and w riters of
the Republican party never weary of ascei t
ing their claims to being better and purer
than their political opponent*. With the
most unblushing effrontery they harp on
the same well-worn string and exhaust their
vocabulary of superlatives in outrivaling
the Pharisees of old iu self-laudation. But
of
By
to persons ©f ordinary infalHg« n«^e the
falsity of the ridiculous assumption by the
Republican party of all the patriotism,
virtue and Intelligence of the country is
apparent at once. Let us take a brief glaucc
at the political history of the country for the j
post score of years or more and see what |
thto self-styled "party of great moral ideas"
! has done to cuti le it to the claim of imrnac
I ulate virtue. It ho« hod its firm grip upou
b our Federal government for nearly a quarter
I of a ccutUty. During the dark days of our
I civil war, when patriotic Democrats and
y honest Republicans were fighting side by
U side to maintain the integrity of our Unlon
1 an«l the honor of our flag, the magnates of
K thto great party, iu the seciuslou of their
I homes, employed their talents in procuring
I contract« for the army and uuvy, by which
I many of them made colossal fortunes. The
FI infamous frauds practiced upon our poor
■ soldiers and sailors, in which worthless
< shoes, rotten blankets, decayed provisions
i and shoddy doUiing ware palmed off as
K genuine and valuable articles of merchau
I disc, are still Iresh within the memory of
( many of our readers. The war was a god
send to these harpies. As buzzards and
other blr4is of foul habits grow fat aud sleek
through the filthy instinct« which nature
has Implanted in them, so did these Repub
lican contractors fatten and become rich
upon the necessities of the Union's great
tribulation.
Alter the war wa« ended, when Repub
lican mismanagement wa« forced upon the
people of the Southern States—when these
ötates rolled up enormous majorities for
Grant and htosatellit4», what was the
of this "party of great inoral ideas!"
guage to Inadequate to express the hideous
corruption, the abominable rascality, the
8odom-like villainy, which characterized
the rule of thto party in the Bouth. Under
the leadership of unscrupulous scoundrels,
who found a ready and compliant follow
ing among the rank and file of the party—
block as well
•tlon
Lan
white—the most stupend
ous political crimes were unblushingly
committed—crimes which In any otli4*r
civilized country would have been visited
with the most ignominious punishment.Take
the history of Republican rule iu
South Carolina for example. Under the
administration of Moses and Chamberlain,
backed by the influence of Grant and hto
cabinet, the reputation of that ancient com
monwealth was dragged into the filth of
corruption to a degree unequalled in the
history of modern times. A legislature,
almost wholly Republican, compose«l of the
most disreputable sroundrels of both colors,
imposed taxes which virtually rendered the
ownership of property a fiction. The enor
mous revenues which accrued from these
ruinous taxes, was expended in the most
diabolical orgies. The sessions of the legis
lature were scenes of the most revolting
licentiousness. The most disgusting ribaldry,
the most hideous profanity aud blasphemy
were so commonly exhibited as to deaden
the senses of those who were daily compelled
to witness the loathsome scenes in the State
capitol. And yet this was Ute work of Um*
"party of great moral Ideas."
Had we time to review the history of the
other Southern States under Republican
rule, the same experience might be revealed.
Plunder seemed to be the sole moving im
pulse of State officials. The people were
robbed right and left. Their earnings,
stolen from them under the gutoe of taxes,
i
drawn
phia
cratic
wa»
pled,
went the pocket« of corrupt Republican
legtslatora and Federal office-holders.
Proetltutee, gambler», thieve» and other dis
reputable character» boldly plied their
nefarioua trades, not only protected, but
openly encouraged and patronis ed, b y con
aplcuou» member» of thl» "pa nfcpf fcpa t
moral Ideas." BemembaMiiatNWHBlte
not done In the dark, M
deed of those years of gr
done with the fuULrWoS
s
:t]
hi
|on
support ortbe
and
dispensed
usual
Bayard,
lng
and In many caaes arm
leaders of the party at Washington and
thro
bout the North, and It waa not until
up in their might and cast
these devils in human shape from among
them that the deep damnation of their In
glorious career was revealed In all its
hideousneet to the country.
In the District of Columbia* in the
city of Washington, during ths dis
reputable rule of the OrsRt administration,
the same infamous corruptions were openly
practiced. The outrageous robbery 01 citi
zens anil taxpayers by the District Ring,
which culminated tu the notorious safe burg
lary conspiracy ; the iniquitous collusion ol
Federal officers
(he
in
actors
adelphla
I» In
the
large
aroused,
every
reeling
by a
patient
these
effective
didates
matured
Castle
itb the frauds of the
Whiskey King, by which taxpayers were
cheated out of mtllious of dollars; the
screening of acknowledged scoundrels by
means of perjured witnesses and packed
Juries, with the direct connivauce of Govern
ment officials ; the open peculations of
Cabinet officers—such as Belknap, Robeson,
Williams and others—afford additional
damning testimony regarding the record of
thto "party ot great moral ideas."
The unfaltering obedience to the dicta
tion of unscrupulous factional leaders
which is now cursing the lund under the
name of " Bossism " is the offspring of this
" party of great moral ideas." The degrad
iug and demoralizing influence upon our
people and the alarming boldness with
which It threatens the very existence of our
free Institutions are subjects of grave ap
prehension. The reckless greed and in
satiable appetite of Stalwart bosses lor
political plunder causes them to be utterly
regardless of consequ nees, so long as their
vile schemes are successful. Popular
rights are subverted, and unless & speedy
check be placed up »11 tneir designs the
liberties of every cnixen will be put 1u
Jeopardy.
Bossism Is an essential element of Ibis
" party of great moral ideas." The head
of our Federal Government to-day is a
striking example of the power of this ele
ment. When Collector of the Port of New
York he was expelled flrom office for corrupt
practices by Hayes, who himself held his
position through one of the most glaring
frauds ever practiced u|hiii a free people.
Every one remembers the disgraceful man
ner in which Arthur's wain" was forced
■und
1« >r the
•gainst
the
one
the
few
rington
denre
tion
that
tiou,
tlve
dence
this
c.rvar
and
being
friend».
trict
ledged
county
have
people
control
foist
upon the Chicago Convention f.»r the
place on the ticket
bupport of the bosses ui. 1
menace to the decent wing of
the party, who at least professed
to have some reaped lor appearances.
While Vice President he disgraced i.imoelf
and dragged his high office into the rtiiro of
party triek«;ry by playing the part of a
political boss iu endeavoring to thwart the
designs i»f the GuriicPl atiuiluHration. It
wus while sulking over hto defaut In tills at
tempt that the bullet ol the usKUndn ruited
II I«; l
a
Iaht
road
Now
and
With
the
him to his preseut i>osition, where hto sh
iesH influence to still exerted in a maimer
years
the
vote
worthy only of u pot-house politician.
The immaculate Dorsey and his fallow
Star Route thieves are conspicuous examples
of the trusted leaders of this gr« at party.
By means of the same tactics so successfully
cents.
resorted to in the trial of the safe burglary
rascals—packed and perjured Juries—they
have thus far gone un whipped of justice.
But let it be hoped that their immunity
from punishment is but temporary. The
brand of infamy is their rightful Inherit
ance, and will be awarded them by an out
j raged people, even in spite of this "party * *
| great moral ideas."
r
A
But why multiply examples in ordert
prove a fact Already well known to all in
telligcnt cittern«? If further evidence to
needed it can be furntohed In our neighbor
ing State of Tcnm-ylvania. To tay i.otbiug
of the unblushing villuinics enacted at every
session of the legislature at Harrisburg,
look at the history of Republican rule In
Philadelphia for the past lew years. The
gas trust frauds, the water department
iniquities, and last but not leant, the Aim
house rascalities, all engineered by member-*
of the "party of great, moral ideas," afford
a significant warning, and appeal loudly to
the citlxuns of our own little btaie to resist
ture
with
by
of
as
of
and
rich
the
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the encroachments cf those unscrupulous
trickster«, who would for their own aggran
•lizement drag the fair name of our
little State into the mire i
delight to wallow.
Men of Delaware,
Inch they so
c you prepared to
«urrcuilcr tlic control of our State to It.'
vultures who are hungering and thirsting loi
an opportunity to despoil it as they have
despoiled other States ? For many years
the Democratic party has honestly, fairly
aud rightfully administered
ment of our commonwealth. Our taxes
light. Our credit is high ! It stands
second to none. Every dollar paid Into our
Treasury has been honestly accounted
for. Our State officials have been men
against whom no
of scorn could be pointed. Our Senat
and Representatives in C
lustre to our name. Shall we surrender
those great privileges i Shall wa couse ut lo
yield them in deference to the clamor of
creatures whose names are tarnished with
the dishonor of crime ? Let the verdict of
the seventh day of November next be that
Delaware does not,and never will, trust the
self-styled "party of great morul Ideas,"
the
trieky brains of a felou t«> fasten it.» j *. tint ing
grasp upou
for
the
•tlon
Lan
of. honor,
18
gross have given
otli4*r
iu
the
hto
com
of
the
the
the
enor
these
which to now corruptly
'«king bv
cut.
Reai.lt, Mr. Bates should
Democratic speeches,
and effectively defines the position of tin
Democratic party and expoms the
of hto Republican opponents, that the morn
ing organ is driven almost frantic by reason
of its inability to refute his et
statements, if Mr. Hubs has any regard
for the morning organ he will cease histraui
puign labors at once.
The Reim hi.u ans
Whig cry of "»dollar a «lay and roast beef,"
and oiler beautiful flowers and tropical
plants hs the results of high tariff, with
withered plants und faded flow«
representatives of u tariff reft
pteture is u very pretty one, hut, uufortu
tiately, it is completely destroye«l by the
"stubborn facts."
op mukinçr
He m eouipietfly
iphtotry
dn dug
tow far exceed the old
most
legis
deaden
State
Um*
the
im
were
taxes,
as the
i. The
Mit. Hastinus. it to said, will tell the
Wilmington workmen, to-morrow night
what he told the Newark farmers two weeks
ago—that he was bound to procure the
labor necessary for his business us cheaply
as possible. The Gazette will see whether
not Mr. Hastings confines himself closely
to hto Newark text.
Lut Might'» Meeting.
Detplte the couuter-ettractlou that luu
drawn »0 many or our people to Philadel
phia during the laet few day», the Demo
cratic meeting In the Opera Houaelaat night
wa» largely attended, every
pled, while many perton»
iU
[ere
r» p™<
manngemç
'h !
hi
mi
I ■
and Hon. Pln1
yte of
dispensed sound Democratic doctrine In hla
usual eloquent and effeettre manner. Mr.
Bayard, who was present, closed the apeak,
lng with a few words of eonmel and advice,
land
in which be referred to the Mwhwi e d char
actors of the men who ue now. leading the
Republican party of Delaware, and to the
corruption that baa been unearthed in Pbtl
adelphla and other placée where this party
I» In power.
Never within our recollection have
the Democratic meetings been so
large and enthusiastic as durlug tile present
campaign. The party seems to be thoroughly
aroused, and the voters avail Ihemaelvea ol
every opportunity to publicly display the
reeling of victory that Inspires them. Throe
meetings, In addition, have been attended
by a number of Republicans, who gave a
patient healing to the speakers, and from
these surface Indications, combined with the
effective work being done by the can
didates and the party management, we feel
matured that a Democratic victory in New
Castle county and the State la now a moral
certainty.
Another ladlctuient.
To-day wa publish auothrr Indlvtuient
•gainst Richard HaWlng-lon, Chairman of
the Republican State Central Committee
one which recite. In legal term» and phraees,
the story of Wa connection with the vile
safe-burglary conspiracy which we printed a
few week « ago. Upon thl« Indictment Har
rington waa arraigned, and with full confl
denre In the power of a corrupt administra
tion of "Ju»Uce" to furnlih a packed Jury
that would be
is
II to acquit," and thus
an apparent vlndlca
tiou, he pleaded " not guilty." But»opo»l
tlve and eonvlRoing waa tha damning evl
dence against Urn that not evon a Jury of
this clmrartor could déclara bias Innocent,
13
c.rvar hl« crime
and only b j a (Uaafreement dhl he escape
being consigned to a felon'» cell by bl« own
friend». Thl» Indictment, however, la «till
pendiug lu the Criminal Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia.
Thto Mme Htrrlngtou to now the acknow
ledged lender of the Republican perky of
DelftWhre, And to hto power the State and
county c*ndkUtaa owe their nomination and
have proieteed their allegiance. We ask the
people if such A roan should be fiermittcd to
control the political affairs of thto State, and
foist himself into the high and honorable
position of United States Senator ? Let the
answer be emphatically recorded on the
seventh of November.
of
a
It
a
City Council acted wtoely and promptly
Iaht night. In unanimounly panning: the or
dinance gitlng the Baltimore A Ohio rail
road the right or way through thto city
Now let the B. AO. people, with their ample
facilities and resources, go right to work
and finish the new routl os soon os possible.
With this new adjunct to her prosi>erity,
the growth of Wilmington iu the next five
member of
years will be enormous, aud
the present City Council will ever regret hto
vote on the B. A O. ordinance last night.
Hat«."
"Itougtl
Cli'ar« out ruts, mice, roaches, flies, ants,
bed-bugf, skunks, chipmunks, gopher«. 15
cents. Druggist«.
in
r TIU? PUBLIC IS REQUESTED CARE
A FULLY to nottoi* (hi new and «-iiLoved
st'bcme to to- drawn utuutblv.
««-CAPITAL PRIZE,
Tickets, only ffi. »hares In proportion
sen
Louisiana îstate Lottery Co.
Incorporated Iu lbGtf for 25years by th«; LegtoU
ture for Education»! and 4 liant»lue purposes—
with • capital Ol tt,«*i t 4JU0-u> which » rtwerve
»I |.%U,4JUU lia» «iuc«: been a«J«i. <1.
v « *r wild in tu g popular'v«>tc it« franchise
a part of the pr« s* nt si»u* 4 uustUulion
« uiberïd, A. l>., 1979.
ly Lottery « ver vot« <l on and endorsed
» pic of any Htatc.
or ü. doom». ITS 4« RAND
NUMBER DRAWING» tak. pla.e
By
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SINGLE
'a SPLENDID opportunity to WIN A
fort i .s k. eleventh grand drawing,
CLASS !.. AT NEW ORLEANS, TUES
DAY. NOVEMBER 14tli, 1**2—15011» Montlifv
Drawing.
Look »
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the fallowing M-heine,
supervision and manag«'
L T. ItKAUHKOAKD
«1er the
•ntol GEN
La., and
■Kpipmip who
nag«-all the drawing« of tills Cotupnnv, both
I mar) and .->cuii-annn»l, an«l :itt«'»t the r«»r
e puhllohetl Otlk'lat Lists.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
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,j<»r Money Order, adares»e«t only Vo
Appllritlh
iule to tin
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lU«*e «.I the
For further inf
full »«I
one
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M. A. DAUPhlN,
New «>rl**Hiis, La.
Ur, M. A. DAUPHIN, at
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adiirciiBi'd to New Orlea
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U«». '1
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i are all choice
trial l»y all lov
«I
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TEAS.
> constantly
;s. t'tiolc«- Java, Mim'Iir, Rio,
<1 Maracslbo CofTifH. Coffto, 12, 15,
I", 20, 22 and our choice Breakfast Ctiff«« at 2i<-,
Which 1» liiitMjualluil anywher« . t)nr 4'att«
We an* nt
•celving n«'w Invoices
•f COFFK»
steil f tutor
own |MT,<mul
■ I»; rv |*i on.
V
Siilees a Hpt*«-laity.
CRIPPEN'S
—TEA STORE—
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
G KKAT
KUSH
O Y STERS!
J. T G ARDNER,
OR. SEVENTH AN I) SHIPLEY'MTS.
-Id.
or*h.t|,
to Ills l.iislin sH mill Ih p.
Mills with 4 »Y'MTER«
aid
".VI2V,!L
• Ih
I"
Oil
III .1«'
y sten
I« n With Ute «Irl
««. 12-1 in 14
«u
ft Intel tv
•iiipily aû< n«l< «l t««.
jJUOSBMER «fc SCHEU,
Fresco, I louse & Sign Painters,
NO. 210 E. FOURTH STREET,
WII.MINUTON, DEL.
Churches,
•d I
II nils. Pari«»
oil, Water
»attolacliuii guaruiiicc.l
vestibules
tec
Distemper r.»l«»rs.
all w«»rk. Bcp7-it»,lut
JOHN WASAMAKKIVS.
M
T'OUAT
o
—Al
John Wanamaker's.
Friday, October '27.
I
Store Not to be Closed
as usual to-da^;.
Black surah for $1, such as
is rarely seen; not inferior to
the rhadame which we men
tioned the other day. That
went off in a few hours,
will this.
Another of the same char
acter at $1.50.
So
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Next-outer elrrla, Mouth entrance to
ma I u bulldlua.
Fur trimmings are going to
be worn even more than last
Overgarments of all
yeai.
sorts, and even dresses, are
being trimmed with fur. There
are more than fifty sorts of fur
in use for such trimming ; cut
into strips and double-strips,
ready to be sewed on.
Furs are in view now; and
the factory is in full work upon
garments to measure.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
13U3 Chcrttnut.
Nottingham tidies extraordi
nary in size and price; but
Nottingham is only Notting
ham, you know. A new Not
tingham imitation of Russian
pleases many.
We puked up in Switzer
land embroidered fichus of an
altogether new character. Mull
embroidered and cut out to
form open-work. Some think
they are imitations of Irish
Point. 40 and 90 rents. We
have seen nothing like them
in this country.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Find, »nd M cond circles v.ulhwcst from
:« nU:r.
A cloaking just right for
rough use, $1.25; 54-inch.
The price is the result of acci
dent, hut the cloth is all right.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Oaterclfcto, northt'UAt from center.
Perhaps nobody cares what
store lias the most dress-goods,
If so, everybody may
skip this. But we should like
our friends to know just what
we meant the other day, when
we spoke of haring had the
most for some
etc.
We
years.
meant that ladies, who come
hither to buy, have the most
before them out of which to
choose. We did not reckon
goods in the Custom House, or
in the cellar, or in eases, or in
wholesale stocks,
reckon goods accessible for
ladies to choose out of.
It may seem odd to some to
lie so very precise; hut there
-
Wo did
S3
5Ü0
he
is occasion.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Man jr eountors, south, earn and north from « entre.
The handiest place in town
to put new clothes on a boy;
and the 'neatest clothes, too,
may he. Why handiest { Be
cause you're here to begin
with, buying other things.
Why neatest { We're not
going to tell.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
r«l Market »
West «»f uihhllc aisle
Not everybody can get ready
made shoes to fit; hut many
who couldn't ten years ago,
can now. Shoemaking has
grown wonderfully. Stores
differ in capacity to fit. A
store with only a little trade
can't afford to keep all shapes.
There's nothing which a store
with a big trade can't afford to
keep. Expect to find here
about every sort and shape.
' JOHN WANAMAKKK,
W**h| «tf nilihllc nisi«. i„
.1 Market stre^
JOHN WANAMAKER,
Otcstniit, Tlilrtcrnll, ami Ylatkct
«1 City-hull sguuie. PlilludcIpiilH.
Hs,
kaii.hu au bim
"DHILADELPHIA, WID
^LTIÄI^^L^D 0
OCTOBER, tlh, im.
Train* will leare Wilmington M follow« for :
Intermediate stations-«. W, 7.0k
Fldlndelphla mu
'ï&ÂWI&hV* *■ *,
.B, AIT
4.OB, 1.ÊD, 9.M. p. m.
JhdUraorr and InMnaedUSe
ltMXi ». m. 8.00p. ».
Baltimore and Bar Llne-a.ir p; m.
UalUmom and Washlaeton—r.m, 4.S1. 8.06 1.17
a. m. l.w, *1.88, aim s.87, u.oe p. ».
Baltimore only—1.06. 10.00 a. m. U» and
Traîne
M u2Ys8p
f»r De)»WUT» Division Is»« for:
tl»—«.oo, 9.10 ». m. 1.8, t«
«.» p m
mm. m
p. m.
Dslmar and Inurro.Jl.t« rt»ti.»< «It s. m.
l;Dtp.».
SUNDAY TRAINS.
PhllsdelphlA and lnterme4Lt*tt»ttem~« 10«.m.
u i»», t.ao, 7.W, t.ta. p.
Phllidelphi« «ad Now Tor«-2.0#, i.Sl a.
'■» P-».
I. 5.17.
5.H,
Baltimore *n<J W » shIn/fan -1.42. 4.51, 8.U4, 5.17,
. n.o« p. m.
Baltimore—l.W ». tn.
For farther inlorinatlun passengers are re
ferred to the time table« ponte«! at the depot.
«^1 rains marked thus; (*> are limited express
upon which extra rare U charged.
.1. R. WOOD. General Passenger Afft.
(if AB. K. PEG If. General Manager._
STKAMHHU 3 LiNKH,
I70R PHILADELPHIA. - .
I FHiMkAM«» aasaamHi
" S. M. FELTON
—CHANGE OF HOURä
DN AND AIT» MONDAY,
8 K , T. a Sr«.TH )V r % MkKM.M.
leave Eren«*h «treet wharf at 5.K a. id., and
12.SU n. ni. rcturntntr leaves l*hUad«lpUlaatS. JUa.
u,, an.ia.su p. in.
8tO|»plD(
Fare I.S (vrin,
Ticket« W return by tbf I*.. W. A
foot! tu return on aivomuMnialiou
•old ou the t*oat SU cents.
pOK NEW YORK.
t*
< luutU'r and Hook « a«*1i
t'«('ur»liin ttoke
zt'eeau
8.
Railroad
trains only
Electric Line ot Steamers
Sails from King strnat wharf, Wilmington,
TUESDAY».
TIIUKBOAYS
and SATURDAY»,
at l o'cl.H'k, u. ni.. and ami from IMtr 14,
Ka»t Blver, N«w Y'ofk,
MONDAYS,
WEDSK8DAYH.
anti FRIDAYS,
at 4 o'clock, p. tn. Freight carried as low
a* hy any other lino. For rate«
apply to
ABIEL AIIROT. « ttoulb «treet, New Vor«;
E. ANLlKKYYU. Wilmington.IM. S-2S-t/-«9
j^NCHOR LINE.
UNI1K1) HTATEH MAU. HTKAMKK»
»ail Weekly to and from
NEW YORK and UhAHGOW, via LONDON
DERRY,
Cal «lu l'aanage, ¥*) to |0O. Return« $110 to $1«
»«•«•«»ml < ahln,$40. Return licket«, |7&.
hooked at low rate«
unexcelled. A1
Main Doi'k. PaMM'iigcrs book «s
at lowcwt rat«*« to or fk-«tm Germany, Italy
Norway, »weilen, LK umark, Ac.
For book« of "Toars In Scotland. "ratea. plana
Ac., apply to HENIlKR»ON llltoiilKKri, Ne»
York, or SAMUEL F. RETT», Adaina Exprc««,
Wllintnvtoii
Cabin paxaeng*'
PanAciig«-r a4'roiiiuiodatton!i
»tatcrooiHM
rtVAMlAlm
ARTIZANS SAVING BANK.
NO. fiU2 MAItKKT STREET,
iNCOKPORATftU JANUARY 34YK1. 1MI.
Op*'n to rectdve deposits from 9 ». m. until 4 p. m.
and on TurndaV and »«turduy wmlo««
r.iin 7 to • oVIorX.
HF.M1 ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
«to In April nn«l October. When
not a UUdr»wn tb« y «iv
»« dfponiirt. Thu« pt-riimncnt «I* posits rouipountl
ilinir inivrfHt twice in racli year.
MANAGF.lt»:
nriut
Rev u lari)
dlvldi-nd*
<iuuu*d
ricmenl B. »myth,
C'iiarto* W. Il«wl»n«l,
Nathaniel H. ltonwtu,
lieurv F. Dare,
W. Ilahtln«»,
Edward l*u
Cieurx« W» Bush,
Guorge». ('»pelle,
M. L. Llrht« natcln,
KtlwHrd 1 »»rlltigtou,
4obh. Jacknoii,
William U. »wilt,
Anthony Hlgfln*.
4; FORGE W. BUHH, President,
Y. H. I'AI'K.LLK Vtoerivsldunt,
h. T. TA Y LOR. Treasurer.
»I. M. MATHER, Auditor.
v »
to 1)21-1 y
LÜR8T NATIONAL BANK
I 4JK W I I.Ml NGT4 IN.
Kxr««!TOUT or TH« Public Money
-AND —
riNANCIAI. AIIENTH
-or—
THE UNITED »TATE«
KnwAito Bett«, l*rr»l«tont.
. D Ahmhtkono, rastitor.
PAID UP CAPITAL, lôOÜ.000.
IMiUatU Inhl«, New Yorlt ami Boston Kxclimnfi
furnUhtMl to r« xnlar Depositors wltlioat cliatge.
IjlMojint dnys, MONDAY» aiRl TliUKSDAYH
DIRK« TORS:
John II, Adams,
Jain«-» 0, Mc4'omU,
William T»tn»ll,
KB C»*rrett.
uel UmierofI, Jr.
FMwnnl Itotta,
Clement H. Smyth,
tieorge W. Buait,
D»nl«4 Jalues,
I-IV
gPECTAL NOTICE.
MRRBKfi. K de V. VERMONT & CO.,
P C BLI 8 II E KS,
Orta 111 AMUKKSHTRKKT, > RW YultK,
Aekiiowltdgid regular rnrrespon
N F.W»P A PEI« In the United »tat«
prepared to avnd their
PRIVATE FINANCIAL LEITER
.dents
es and 4'»uadi
11
froi
N4'w York 4*lty (under white
velope) to all
INVESTOR» OR SPECULATORS,
who may «teslre to receive vriH-klv the Into*
Information conetaoilug Ilia
ealed et
STOCK MAKKET
In the met repolls
HINTS aud POINTS
furnlüh«'«!
8PKCULATOHS
oiu'i'ruliig il»«* pnrimldc ri»«
»locks : hUh »«lvice to Invt sto
uinl 4 nplt»lists
SECURE and PROFITABLE I N VR8TM ENT».
de«*lln*' In
...riilii.
Notier : K. «to V. V«*rm«wit A fv»., n«»t beliix
:UhL «ln««ily or in«lim:Uv, will« »uy
ps' **r Bankers' Bnsinos, «(vr ffielr Infar
i i«u«l a«1vlee with full ImpartialUv am;
it Infltifeneed In llm li«a»i by |ters<>iini
Brok«
nimbi
wit tin
tutor«
•I
tlarlv hy MONDAY night's
niHlI In «iokbjl CUV dupe, f«»r THIRTEEN 4^4).\
HEt dlTIVF. WEEKS .'n the r«'« elpt of III«*
ONE DOLLAR
t
of
E. DE V. VERMONT A 0<).,
PUBLISHERS,
7.K HAMIIKK» ÜTKF.KT, NK\V YORK.
aii*l4-lv-i
K. It. ROBINSON & ('().,
BANKERS AND BROKER«,
Fourth ami Market .Streets.
POK HAI.K:
f»,«0U I Hla ware C'lly 4.S per ctnt, homts.
Buy an«
II Blocks
.11 DatlMor the went)
an«1 draflH on Englarwl, Ireland, France,Germany
and Switzerland laaucd. 7, l-ly-SU 7
VLOTMINV.

n.
1
J
ust the Latest Styles
N
ow in the market
*•
Ready \lade Clothing
W
ill be found at Market &
Fourth.
'J^ecidedlv the T .«rgest Stock
j n the city to select from.
^ very Department is filled
Jp^or your inspection and
E arh suit is guaranteed
perfect.
"VT obby Patterns for Boys
1» and Men.
D oing oor liest for the
smaller children.
f this Department we need
but say
O
K ich are the styl
to-day
«>8 we offer
F
or a Custom Suit to fit like
a glove.
&
a stock unsurpassed, 2d
floor above
C lut, trimmed and made
J stylish and neat,
f fashion, the finest found
on our street.
O
4 TH-with let us go,
stock to view, '
this
&
make onr selection from
something new;
M
ovc with the crowd, and
leave your measure,
A nd get a suit that giv
you pleasure,
K emembering "merit de
mands recognition,"
lett, the cutter, first in the
profession,
very garment must suit,
your favor to win,
'this the reason we expect
you again;
cs
K
E
T
s
o give us a call, we boast
not in vain,
T he Leaders of Styles i
Wilmington.
111
____ o as visa.
pHOP. I' 8. WÈB8TEK S
SELECT
Dancing Acadei
MASONIC TKMH.r.
„ (Poenti Hour,) ■'
Wilmington, Dd
1««2—SEASON 0F-U.1HNQ
COMMENCING MONDAT, 8m „
OKNTI.EMEN'S CLASM v ! U '
ritzte jfeÂ"?îî
ladies* clam-hvim,
.«mimai °'
n y,

n.
!..
1
I evenlnir frein ;
« C'lOMJ»)', * :
*i*iÀ h, |ertïî| , iiî"uia" , LÎViîVBM h, 'i
»4 'teaptai»- an «J» wtfe. 7 ;
JSS^gyWßf «Ither . « *.
* Mluuot clill, .d„j,i 0 , l JJ
In
a parlor «laue«.
CHOICE OF DAYS.
■Je 11 *"!»' »emlunrle» or print. ,1.
<i(y or out of town -hould ,iî. V,!,
*• pnctkaM» rur .hole, of d»yï. " 1
Darin* the .uinin.r the A.adetnr ™..... ,
now In aplen.ltd .imoIHIou. Th«» . Ir *
JygJJ mMmlmltkl, for <Uu purpU] 11 ,^^
h
Ear t«nn*, clrrul*r, eu*
H. r. KnfiKI.K.Vrt,
No. 710 Markst str*«t,
or by mall to
■PMy «t
Mawalc Ten.pi * '\\
it,-..
anyai-tf-ft»
STori.s ASH It ASHES.
MAGIC RANGE!
;
—-fb
k ,
You are invited to rail and examine
their elegant
Five and Six Hole Magic Range
With Illuminated End ami Broil
iug Door. Detachable Hearth,
Shaking and Dumping Grat-,
Wide Front Hearth ami Shelf on
end. It ha» a Revernible Pipe Collar
that can be uwd on the top or on
the fback at pleaaure. The Oven
Door la lined with Tin, and hfe «
patent Automatic Oven Shell
Attachment. It haa nickel knob*
and name {date and in Style ami
Appearance is equal tothebcHt. A*
a BAKER it is unsurpassed.
— Also a full line of—
Heating, Cooking
Stoves and Ranges
SC HOE NS,
HEATER, HANGE A STOVE HOUSE,
'209 & 213 Shipley St.,
WILMINGTON, DFI..
iM'llH-mw f, 12V-70
HAitMCK'S VU HE.
mmu
Safe
flW RA. j
2d
mim
cure;
wUbïîTc lu man/testa U on s* Hjj 0l |§
ear* flaMI m w the cause must to rein«
'll.« W yI KK' K1DNEV AND Ll'h' t
I ^established on iubt tills principle
that
tm
realizes
95 Per Cent.
of all dlsmses anse ftom .hcdli*
liver, and 11 strikes at ence at ^
eulty. The elements of which It f^-l
directly upon these great organa hoi i »
and restorer, and hy jjihemtlsv*
condition, drlvBdkWjeandpalnftvintae*)
For the Innumerable troabtaa {or
healthy Kidney. Lirerand UrJ«* r >.VjfiaartA
the «llstresMlng illsor«l«*rs of M , ,n en . this
K physic»! derangements gnat rauy.
rat retne«Iy hasnoequal.
Hat lotis and «joneoctlon» said î ft ,,. s L A y t JilA
For Diabetes, ask for WARN LU n a a
HVriCBCURK., , ,
Fur Itals hy all dealers.
H. H. WARNER A CO,.
ROCH ESTF.lt, N L
faeslwf
and far
this
Ft]
Wo continu''
(TH »(.tasBoliciW«'
JM patent«, c»'<*
tr»<lo-marl<8, °°P^ g ilotwini>
the United States, »nd to om
cote in W
Oermany, »nd all "tn" e ;
_ Thirty-.!* y^fPr»
ohsrgn for elimination ofm
inn». Ydrioe by mail fre ®'. 0 nticcl
ï'»t«t)U obteined JSSSfftJî.v^ Mhii'h 1
the
_ . n \YrX.n 0 tegteÄhenutK»nv.
patentee understendo. . not
Thial.rgo »nd jptajdi 'JWÿVÎS.ai.yo
paper i. piibliahed M F. EW' d ,, „I
unaia »dmittod to be tit«' ' ( , n giii' i ti
to »oionoo, mochaniçH.iii're» ' f jnJn.tr
work», .nd other J. P" ^, r} , »■'
■Œ.Tÿffi "«old by »n
^R-bW«nn*ro.
to'
1 .
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the
Ht
enti
world
J^KKDI.E
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50 Candlc-Powcb
parat D «• View' «»' »»'fa". 1
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W. B. ROBINS,
and Manufacturer,
Patentee u
162 Main Street, •
and on Change
C1NCXNNA11
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