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CIIARLE9 C. ^ .
of Sussex Cota.
TOK BETRESIXTATITE IX CONGRESS,
CHAULES U. LORE,
. Of ÿcw CuUc County.
■ '» DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKKT.
TOH STATE SENATOR«,
DR. SWITIIIN CFIANDLER.
ALEXANDER B. COOPER.
FOR RERKEFENTATIVE.«,
HENRY M. BARLOW.
GEORGE H. BATES.
ROBERT C. JUST1S.
WILLIAM COOCII.
ALBERT N. SUTTON.
WILLIAM A. COMEGY8.
DK. JAMES V. CRAWFORD.
I
FOR I.E 7T C OURT COMMISSIONER*,
EDMUND II AMAN, Mill Crunk Hundred.
..»•IN T. CIIKAIKS, Rod Lion lluudrod.
JAMES II. MACKE Y,Willie Cluj Criuk lid.
SERICK F. SU AI.I.CKOSS, St. George's lid.
JaMJ.S T. TAYLOR, Ai>|KK|ululmiuk lid.
OiOSGE 0. ROTIIWELL, Blackbird lid.
FOR 8 II Elt I FP,
rUUNAL J. LYNCn.
FOR CORONER,
FRANK E. SMITH.
Cloning Falsehood*.
As the political contest in Delaware draws
to a close it will be well lor ths Democratic
and Independent voters to Imj on their guard
against the senseless campaign lie» with
which the 8tatc will doubtless be flooded
from now until tlie day of election. False
hood, it has been said, "will travel a league
^ " while truth is putting on it» boot«,"and no
doubt Chairman Harrington and his cor
rupt political workers, in the hope of profit
ing by the superior speed thus generally
accredited to the devil's chief wenpon, will
wield it as effectually as their evil natures
suggest, for the purpose of deceiving tlie
wary an J capturing a few VDtes that may
bang trembling in the balance uutil the last
moment. It will not bj forgotten bow, iu
1866, the Republican managers, on the
eveuiug before election, distributed all over
this State a circular purporting to be issued
by the Democratic State Central Committee,
announcing tlie sudden death of Gove
Saulsbury, the Democratic candi
date for Governor, and the sub
stitution of Samuel Jefferson's name
upon the ticket in ids stead. Till» bold
scheme was devised for the purpose of iu
flucncing enough* Democrat» to vote for
Samuel Jefferson (whose name was printed
on Democratic ticket» enclosed with the cir
culars) to secure the election of the
Republican candidate, James Riddle, whose
campaign funds, so liberally furnished,
are to this day lining the pockets of some
of the nu
engaged in aiding Chairman
Httiiiiigtcn's dctpeiaic » theme to obtain
political control ot this State. Fortunately
the Democratic voters were too caieml to
be caught in the trap prepared for them,
and the Republican candidate» were buried
almost out of eight ut the election that
followed.
Wc refer to this matter particularly to
day, in view of a charge contained in the
morning organ to the effect that Hon. B. T.
Bigifp, in a public ppecch made in Sussex
county a few day» ago, opeç'y declared that
"Delaware Ja lor Delawareans," and that
foreigners were not wanted iu this State.
The same article further charges that several
gentlemen of Irish and German descent,
truckers from near New York,
prospecting with a view of investing many
thousands of dollars In Sussex county lands,
became indignant at the speaker's it marks
and refused to Invest a dollar in Delaware.
This is a very pretty campaign story, and
though we have not bad an opportunity, at
this writing, to give it a lull Investigation,
we have no hesitation iu expressing our
belief in its utter absurdity and untruthful
ness. In the first place, we know that Mr.
Biggs does not entertain the sentiments thus
attributed to l.irn, and in the second place
the story bears the plain
of campaign literature instead of the
indications of truth. It made a real nice
little plot to have these supposed capitalists,
with inillious or dollars tu their vest pockets
to invest in Sussex county land, stationed
at the critical moment just where Mr. Biggs
was to speak, and, becoming indignant at
some remarks of his, tuke a firm grip on
their dollars and declare they would not in
vest a peuny in a country where such obuox
ioui views were held by public speakers.
Capitalists are not supposed to measure the
worth of their investments by the utter
ances of campaign orators, and it is more
than likely that any capitalist who finds
laud to his liking and at hi» price in Sussex
county or elsewhere in Delaware,
will purchase whut he wants, re
gardless of what public speakers may
belch forth from the stump. A whole vol,
unie of utterances like those Imputed to
Mr. Biggs would not prevent m» n from in
vesting where they »aw an opportunity for a
favorable return, though, as we remarked
above, we do not for au instant believe he
gave expression to sueli an unwise and un
Deinocratlc sentiment.
We thluk this silly yarn is a sample of
what may be expected during all the next
week, and we therefore request our readers
to lie on the lookout, and prepared to treat
them with the contempt und unbelief they
s$ completely warrant.
j
'ho were
i ur-inarks
j
;
/
'
o
■ou
red*
• uiriug
n exM
p-flopplng
lory of the
; of Delaware
.mniarily with
thi» F ree Trade
butied with the
its, under the vote»
.oviug people, on the
of poor Jerry U irrlgar,
endeavoring to galu for
prieve, is seized Upon by
who.
Idm ano.
some miscrao < jackals on the Republic
papers, as a pretext for campaign ctTcct.
This seems to us like the depth ot political
depravity, and while we have no hesitation
iu declaring that in
be aguiu respited, we would scorn to even
attempt to make a matter of justice like this
the slightest lh?;ue iu the present campaign.
opiuiou be should
Mks»us. Smith cits and MieetT did not
draw a large audiciicdat the Opeiu UoaUw',
last night, und as their remarks failed to
pay a tribute to IIarrillgtulli^m and "ting
''rule" they were uof. received w ith much
favor. If these gcttUt meu cannot follow
the debx^cd example of the morning organ
and awtillow the entire dote Of crow jnt'parcd
by Chairman Harrington, they had better
keep out of I lie campaign altogether.
Ciiaikma.v II.UikiNUTON lo»t a »pleudid
chance for "vindication, M la>t night, when
lion. N. 1L äiuithcr», who defended him in
the famous safe burglary trial,made a hpcoch
at the Opera House without
ing his name. If Mr. Smithci* knew llu
rinirton
ee mention
be imuvccnt lie would certainly
say K).
Tnc Delavvaub ho loi bus covered them
adv»*» with glory in the military celebration
in Philadelphia yesterday, and with one ex
ception—the Third Brigade—did the lineftt
marching of the entire line. This i» eome
tblng our boys very justly feel proud of.
Those disreputable organs who arc en
deavoring to drug a question of nativity and
religion into the. present campaign, would
do well to read the communication from an
Indignant Irishman in the Philadelphia
Timet which we publish elsewhere.
At last the morning organ admits that
mixed schools do exist in »onic Stute».
Should the Kt^iublleaiis carry Delaware the
morning organ would bo the first to insist
that they be forced upon the poor white
people here.
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
StRAWDHHUJE & CLOTniEtt,
Dealers in Dut Goods Excusivei.t,
Eiuiitu und Market Street».
Tho Best Ai>|iol:iteil.
[New York Journal of Trade. ]
Although tldK I« a subject rarely touched
ujH)t! in these columns, It is, never tlie less,
one of more or 1
few me
importance. There ure
ho, in vibiting a strange city, but
w ish to know where the. beat appointed
•an be found, and where he will not
be thrown among thu common rabble. As
a general thing
has any regard for what may be termed ids
physical future, wants to know what liquor
he is drinking. To ensure that knowledge
lie patronizes only those who have u reputa
tion to lose.
it is pleasant to record that tlie good
people of Wilmington, Del., have ut least
one liquor bouse iu which they may place
implicit confidence. It is that of Mr. Chu».
J- H. Beckett at Nos. 108 and 110 Market
street. Mr. Beckett lias redded here und
been in the business about eleven years.
About two years ago lie opened his present
establishment, which is beautifully pajiercd
and fitted up in the latest style. Ills patrons
ate among the leading citizens, and his place
has the reputation of lieiug second to none.
His business is both wholesale ami retail.
Mr. Beckett is considered by all to lie the
most reliable importer of pure wines, bran
dies, gin and fine cigars in this city,
constantly on hand a large supply of A. 8.
& H. F. Overholt's nud the Royal Cabinet
brands of whisky, which are known through
out the world for purity and strength. He
also makes a specialty of the "Clymax," a
Key West cigar, which he seifs at $5 per 100,
Mr. Beckett's trade is not confined to Wil
mington alone. It extends throughout the
surrounding country. By polite and close
attention to business, honest dealing and
purity of goods, Mr. Beckett has gained a
trade ami reputation which is the envy of
other establishments of it» kind.
sal
an who drinks and who
He In
One Dollor Shoe».
Ewlng, No. 6 East Front street» ha» been
rushed for |l«»höe»,but he still has a supply
hand and can accommodate the public.
Make no mistake. The firet door from
Market street 1» the place. You tan see bis
transpuraucy at night over the window.
Cruoby & unfa
Is the place to buy all kinds of dry goods
cheap for cash. Strictly one price. Nos. 220
and 222 Market street.
A Puzzle to I'orgers.
S!
«1
d.3
The Bank of France will issue a few hun
dred franc bunk notes on an especially elabo
rate pattern, which, It i« believed, will
bailie tlie most skillful of forgers,
lient painter has furnlsucd the design, and
the engraving has been executed by artists
of the first rank, the distinguishing feature
of the new note being its double water mark.
That to tlie left is the head of Ceres, and
that to the right the head of Mercury,
is visible with the note placed flat, and the
other when it is held up to the light. The
water marks arc not printed over. On both
sides of the note they appear encircled by
ornumeutal devices. On the fac
note
An eini
One
of the
draped ligure» seated, which sym
bolize agriculture and navigation. Ou the
reverse the centre i» occupied by u group of
the Goddesses Minerva and Fortune, and be
low each of the water murks is the »landing
figure of a genius, bearing an escutcheon,
on which i» inscribed the value of the note.
The new note, like all French bunk notes, is
printed in blue.
*«*"Heln y
But don't rail
r ourse If
and other» will help you.''
Kidney-Wort for nllllyqr,
kidney and bowel eomphiint», pllc»,co»tlvoDeW,
s. The demand of the people for nn cft»ler
dhod of prepiiriiig Kidnuy-Wortli:ui Induced
the pronrlotorr.th«! weli-km»wn wholenale «triig
gl»t», Well», KU'hardson ôt ( -o.. of Hurliu -lon
Vt.. tô prepare it for »ale in a liquid forma»
well uh in dry form.
1 to
• ■t<
bb.
C«UM><1 thO
-on»« rup
minute« of a Cabi
i fwr, bare Woea
rtftihu't papers. They
at tha lueitlne, at
\fb« wirk Uh Com
decided to meet the
resistant«. Borelii Bey»
roeecutfrfr, »talc« that the
i'uulah began at tho moment
lal Pasha's sldc-dc camp up
*he rerun and declared that the
on of the Christians would be iu
ace with Arab! Pasha's wishes,
éortiou is made on the evidence of
aabitanU of Taut ah.
.o False Prophet is reported to be within
?c day»' march of Khurtoun. A council
. the Mildster» «a» hold here to-day. .
In the House of Commun» tld» nftcruoh
8ir Charles Dilke, tinder Foreign Secretary,
read telegrams from Sir Edward Mulct,
Britteh Consul General tn Egypt, denying
that the politUvl prisoner» iu Egypt were
cruelly treated.
Mr. Ban norman, Viimbcial Secretary to
the War OUlee, »ahi the (Government had
received no i.ews regarding the fate of
Prüfe» for Palmer. Mr. Pnrueli gave notice
that he would cull attention to the adtnitite
t>ation of the Land and Coeiciou acts aiul
move* a resolution tn reference thereto.
The Queen will review the troop» who
fought iu Egypt when ad thoeO M ho are not
to form pan of the army of oecupatiou have
returned to England.
Wlmt IHck Mum Id Do.
[Philadelphia Times.:
Dick Harrington ha» reduced the cam
paign in Delaware to a question of bl» per
sonal vindication, and that must Im fatal to
hi« cause, i*specIrtlly in New Castle county,
where the Ki-publtcnu» could conquer under
honest leader?hip.
There 1s only one way for Harrington to
attain his viluikr.ttton, und that he seernn to
carefully avoid. lie has long liectl under
indict ment iu Washington for a very grave
otfenso, alleged to have been committed tiy
hlrn when „holding au Impur laut . publie
office.
Let •Harrington coa*c to »liamn Delaware
l y upjH'ullug from tlie law to town meet
ing», and go to Washington nud demand
trial for the charge that I» on record against
him. When the law acquits him, he will he
vindicated, und until lit* shall have been
vindicated, he must be ft crushing millstone
to any party as it» ostentatious leader.
'•ltmi.gl» on Itat«."
Clear» ou», rat», mice, roaches, flic», ants,
bed-hug*, »klink», chipmunk», goo lier». 15
cents. Druggist».
■'»U,
f i
* Jr,
Bt,
n
Hlil Vi love».
Five book Foster kid»; d('»!raldc color»;
all size»; SQmiUi mir. Cnaliy tV Hill,
No». 2ÜU und £&$ Mju ki t »It*
t.
K5
tKIDNEY-WORT
g has buen proved
, The SUREST CURE tor
! KIDNEY DISEASES.
Too« alamo book or dis ordered urine Indi
cate that Ftro oro a victim P THWf DO KOT
EESITATjBi xiao KLinoy-Wort at once, {drugv
srLrt« rcoommeadlDand it willnpcedily over
» mo ike dine ano ar.d ratoro b-'Jthy action.
R nHSoC VoT eon»p!al*.\ta peculiar
"VsVIl vD» to your «rtc, auch aa pain
H a r cl weakn e —co. Kidney-Wort ia unsLLr;iaa-..'d,
ßj«a U will act promptly and catoly.
_| LltLorScx. Inuor.tLnonoe, retention cfurine,
brick dust or ropy dopcoita, aad dull draxrcinxr
pair.», all speedily yield to its
43. BOLD BT ALL DBUOOI3TB. prioo Jl.
ativo pov.
jy OTiC'E.
1,000 Pairs Moro
-or
Those $1.00 SHOES.
EWING, 6 E. Front Street.
—41'IT r.r.cxi vj
First «tore from Market. onUH-14-lni
'1M1E PUBLIC 18 REQUESTED CARE
A KUI.I.Y to notire the new and entnrircd
bfheme to be drawn monthlv.
JÛFH'APITAL PltlZJS, |75,000.*«i
Tickets, oid y |5. Shares lu prooortlon
IIM 33 I
Louisiana State Iaittkry Co.
Incorporated in hW! Tor 26 rear« by the Lex tex
ture for Kducatluliul und Charitable ]»un»»ac s—
wiib a capital of ft, not),«»- to which*
luiid ot bus fcliuf bu-n added,
ny aii overwhelming popular vote Us franchise
or llit- pn-K-iit State Gourttitutlou
A. IL. ltJV.
GM I \ ».
tiled 1>
.
Ti '
'dy Lottery ever voted oa and endorsed
by tho people of any state.
It never »eaten or p->«tnone». TT$ G HAN I)
N U.ill)Kit lUtANVlNUb lake place
»ingle
monthly.
i. A JVI! F V S,>M> OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
r I i is N | K - K t 1 u fA ï. 1 * UKAW1N O,
1 . » . à tf.\\ * »UI. EA Na, TU KS
V>r*wliÎ!r OVEMl I,H 14lb ' » v 9*-l80tU Mouthly
U>0 f.liowlit. scheme, under the
GENERAL JUBAI.'A EARLY of V»., wlio
ui.niNxe nil tire «Irnwln; »f ltd» Company,
ordinary and «Hii.l-ai.im.,1, «nd attest üùi
rcctmsa of tlie puhlUlud Uliltla! Llhte.
both
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS ln ritüfOKTlÜÜ."
list ok nuzxs:
1 Capital Prize of,
1 Capital Prize of
I 75,0(0
25,00b
10,(00
12» QUO
10, dUU
apltul Prize »I
rlKcsor ff«, miu.
6 Prize» of 2,000
lOPrl
of 1 , 01 »
10 ,
20 Prix
Of
. KSOW
. 20,000
. »•,(«»
. 25,000
. 25.UÜ0
I'M Prlz
Prlz
800 Prlz
1,000 Prize» of
of 200
of 100
L.
•PHoxiMATioN rnizss:
9 Approximation Prize« of 1750_
» " " «io....
.f C.750
m.
,907 Prizes, ammintlng to
Appllcfttto
Bau« to the *
Ihrthe
full addrei-s,
tertd letlur.
. ÎSW.S'H)
should only he
irv In New OrleauK.
write clearly,irlvine
t>y expri-hh or lO-irit)
Money Order, adui« r >«o only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleuiisi La.
ate» t
dilue
rmalh
•lu b
I
Send t
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at
a j
Street, Waiblngt
:U to New Orb
, I). C.
> wll
•ttl-it, w»-wjfc*
N. U.
1er« add re
receive prompt alien lion.
r ^KA 1 TEA ! TEA 1
Oa
Hund
TEABJiwln
d (Tlu-Stg of
v choice
•n our Justly famous
an- all choice brand» and
rial by all lover» of good
I
m g i hn
■> ■
new chop and deter
TEAS.
Wc
of COFFEES.
LojCimy
18, 20, •.
Cliaic«
«•living
Java,
•w Invoices
Moulin, Rio,
d Maracaibo Coil»
run
2, 15
I «»ur choice Breakfti:-t r,
L'f|uull««d any where. Our
at
Wlilcl. I,
'olloes
personal supervUlou.
Pi
c Hplcc» a specially.
CRIFFEN'S
-TEA STORE—
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
Q.REAT RUSH
For.—
O YSTERS!
J. T GARDNER.
CDU. BEVBNTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
1ms a<l
able t.
«1 nior * help to his buslnesa, mnl
•'l>ply:iH persons wilhOVHTEltf
Ills waguii will deliver oyster
tea wlih thu <h Ivor wiii
0012-1 m H
I i.
•hurt
f I lie cltv.
; promptly ttltcmteil to.
•b
JJKOSSMEU & SCHEU,
k resco, IIouso & Sign Painters,
NO. 210 E. FOURTH STREET,
WILMINGTON, UHL
i-htM, 11 till. t
dcnurnlcl In nu,
SalUluctl.
<'h
Veßtlhwle»
• r, DtMp-in|M>i
dl work, «« p
i. .
,1m
jornr xtaxamakku'h.
'pO-DAT
%
—A
Wanam^ker's.
Joint
Saturday, October 28.
Store Not to bo Closed
Open ns usual tc-dny.
Illack sural: for $1, such ns
is rarely seen; not inferior to
the rhadamc ■which
tioned the otlicr day.
went. ofF in a few hours,
will tips.
Another of the same char
acter at SI.50.
we men
Tliat
So
JOHN HT AN AM AKER.
r circle, »uutli ci trance v *
Next
lain bulldlior.
Fur trimmings are going to
be wÿiin even more than last
Ovenmniu'iits of all
year.
sorts, and even dresses, arc
being trimmed with fur. There
are more than fifty sorts ol fur
in use for such tr mining ; 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.
JOILN WANAMAKER.
1303 Cticatnut.
Nottingham tidies extraordi
nary in size und price; but
Nottingham is only Notting
ham, you know,
tinghum. imitation of Russian
pleases many.
We picked up in. Switzer
land embroidered ficlnns of
altogether new character. Mull
embroidered and cut out to
form open-work,
they
Point. 40 and 90 cents. We
have seen nothing
in this country.
Finit, »nd second circles,
muter.
A eloakiiip,
rough use, $1.75;
I lie price is the result of acci
dent, but the cloth is all right.
JOIUJAVANAidAKER.
A r.cw Not
an
Some think
arc imitations of Irish
like them
JOHN WANAMA-KER.
Uiwcbt t rot I
jfiSt light for
54-inch.
<r
Outer circle.
»rtlreust fl-vin center.
Perhaps nobody car<;s what
store lias the most dress-goods,
so, everybody may
But we should like
It
etc.
skip this,
our friends to know jus-t what
meant tho other day, when
'vc spoke of having ha d the
most for
wc
Wc
some years.
meant that ladies, who come
hither to buy, have th e most
before them out of which to
choose. We did not reck
goods in the Custom House,
in tlie cellar, or in ca ses, or in
wholesale stocks,
reckon goods accessible for
ladies to choose or it of.
It may seem o'.ld to some to
lie so very precise; but there
is occasion.
Oil
or
We d ; ,d
,, , JO,nN WANAMAKER
Jilany counter., mut., lC M, M auorth V.owetiurc'.
I lie handiest place in town
to put new clothes o\i a hoy;
and tlie neatest chothes, too,
may be. Why haudiest ' Be
cause you're her.c to begin
with, buying o ther things.
^ Hy neatest ? We're not
going to tell.
West Of mi,idle at ?'-MB WANAMAKER.
\\ < at uf middle aui J towuri , Market street.
Not eve f y bod y can get ready
made slu Jefi t Q fp ; J, u t many
who cr <u i(j n >t f cn y ears s ,g 0j
can iiow. Shocmaking has
gro«vn wonderfully. Stores
difior in capacity to fit.
store with only a little trade
can't afford to keep all shapes.
1 here's n< itlring which a store
with a big* trade can't afford to
keep. Jixpcct to find here
about cv(*ry sort and shape.
JOHN WANAMAKER,
M tst orinlüi *lc alai •, toward Market street.
A
/
JDIIN WANAMAKER,
;, "' l Mnrtol «tlWIii,
in llly-liall , u riitln*|r||i||{,i.
MAILKOAV LTV KB.
T>IIILADELPH1A, TO- RE
X MINUTON AN U WÊ.
UALTIMOKK UA11.BOA1».
OCTOUEB, *th. 1MÏ.
Traln> will leave Wilmington ae follow« rot I
'acsÄia
>l J3.^?Lft c io,*iûv,VV ä,iA.
Iteltlmore and Intermediate nation»— 1.0*, f.17
10.00 a. tu. 9.00 p. tu.
Haiti inort. and Day Lino-«. 57 p. m.
Baltimore and aatl)ln)tton»l,A 4.91, 8.08 *.17
a. ri. l.oo, »un, ».iw, e.vr, li.tw p. u>.
Raltliuor* only— 1.D6, lo.no«. in. 13.* «nd
Trulu« for pda wve Division leave for:
.New Caatle— 4.00, 0.10 a. m. 1.09, 8.00, 9.15 p. m
llarrliurlo
l.fti, rf.24
Delt»«r and Intermediate atatlona—4.10 a« m.
1.05 p. tu.
Intermediate •talion t—4.58,7.00,
4.001 7. ID, 1.4ft, 4». m.
II .S3 ». m.
ii and Intermediate staUou«-4.10a. in
p. m.
t)UNDA\ TWAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate •tatlons-4. IDs. tn.
12.U0 ni. 8.IA 7.»!. 0.4*. p. in.
l'lillariciphin an
»dkN7.i»p. m.
l New York -2.00, 2.23 a.
. 6.17,
Baltimore aiul Washington—1.42, 4.61, 8.06, 0.17,
a. mi. 11.04 p. m. •
Ualtltnorc-—1.06 a. m.
F«r further Information ptmwngcr» are At
ferred tu the time taille* punted at llu- depot.
Ab^Tralii» marked ihm*: (•) an* Hin tied express
upon wMcii »Mm fare Is charged.
J. It. WOOD. General Passenger Afft.
('MAS. ». ITUH. General MaiittRer.
8 TEA MS III H Ei NES.
OU *NEW YORK.
Electric Line ot Steamers
Bull» from King hlreet wharf, Wilmington,
TIJEhDA YH.
THLB8HAVS
and 8ATUKDAYM,
l from Tier 14,
, New Yurk,
al2o*clock, p.
Mo»i Ulv
.. HI'..
MONDAYS.
M IDNESDAVK,
«ml FRIDAYS.
at 4 oYtnrk, p. nt. Freight enniod .*w low
os by any other line. Fur rat«»
apply tu
AMIRI. A I! HOT, 13 Mouth .truut, Nrw York;
E. ANDIIKWM. WllinlitKtuii. IK t. .va-n-»l
\ NCHOR LINE.
UNITED 8T ATEü MAIL STKAMKIU»
Pall Weekly to and from
NEW YORK and Cil.AlHlOW, » la LONDON
DElUtY,
Cabin ransAge, fflO to |U0. Ih-turn* f1!0 to 9>K
Ike on d Cabin,Return Ticket s,f75.
Cabin icmwniterj bonked at low rates
l'aMteuger aecoi»iimn!atlniis are uiiextelled. Ai
Main Deck. pasN.'iif'era booke«
at lowest rules to ur from (Icruiany, Italy
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
"•fomr* in Hen Hand, "rates, plans.
Ae., apply to IlKwDKItHoN liltOTflKUH, New
York, or Samuel F. llEVrct, Adam. Express,
WitUiliiatun
r
Htat!'
Fur lunik« of
4 FiNASetAI.,
r jUIE
AKTTZAN9 SAVING BANK.
Nt». 802 M AUK FT STUKKT,
iKCOttfOUATICO .1 ANC A UV kiTlt, 1«H.
dcpoNiu frouai»
•«lav and Satin
ii 7 to » oVI
HKMI - A N N L A L 1)1 VI DEN I »,
de In April
not ts Itlidniw
OM n
'IN I
ill 4p. nt.
Oil :
I
tny i \ filing»
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. AVIun
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they
. Tim» |n- rniulifut di-poult»
their Interest twice in rath y
MANAUKUSi
?vh df|M
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Cliarle» W. ll«wlun.J,
Nut linn b- 1 It. IteiiHon,
11 our y F. Don-,
W. Il »-tin RH,
Kilwanl Tu»».
Ueorn« W. Bush,
. < :»|m 11«-,
fliti-nstfin,
K*lwnr«l l'rirllngton,
, . 1 »!» II. Jiu-ktMtu,
•y, William II. Swift,
Anthony ni/gln*.
OKOIM2KW. UV8H, l'resl.tent,
¥» H. CAFKLLK. Vice l*re«blei»L
K. T. T AA I.OU. Tnv»un-r.
.1. M. MATH FU. Auditor.
fuWt-lT
JjMKST
NATIONAL BANK
OF WILMINGTON.
ItKlWHITOUY OKTItK 1*1 ULIC Mü.VLÏ
—AND—
FINANCIAL AGENT»
THE UNITED STATES
Edward Betts, President,
G
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PAID UP CAPITAL, 1000,000.
nhta. New York and itonton F.xrbnna«
furulitbfil to rt-Kulur lh-no-ltors without elmrMf.
Disc omit day», MONDA Vs and THURSDAY*
i ■*
at U.M a. in.
KIRECTOItSl
Rdwanl IU-ttH,
t'leiiinit It. Smyth,
George W. Itiish,
Dan 1H Jauie«,
John II. Adrun«,
*•«('. .Mi-t omb,
William Tatnall,
Eli Garrett.
•J
Samuel Unucrult, Jr.
nl-ly
gPECIAL NOTICE.
MESSRS. E de V. VERMONT & CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
OF 70 CHAMBERS STREET, N KW YORK,
Acknowledged regular correspon
N ICWHI'Al'ERS In the United State
are now prepared to »end their
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from New York city (under white tealed
velopc) to all
INVESTORS OR SPECULATORS,
who may desire to receive weekly the Into«
information concerning the
STOCK MARKET
tn the metropolis
HINTS and TOINTS
fnrntehcft to
SPECULATORS
concerning the probable rise
»UM'kfi ; also ait /ic« to luveoto
>1 Ou|ilt:ill.-its concerning
decline tn
SECURE
Notick : E. de V. Vermont & (
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r Hanker*' Hun!
<1 advice with lull Impartiality un i
without belüg liUlnenced In the lcu»t by perbonal
intere.t.
d PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS.
not tielng
with any
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math
Letter Rent regularly by MONDAY night*»
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K( UTIVE \\ ¥. KKH«m the receipt of the
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E. DE V. VERMONT & CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
70 CTIA-Ï1IK.SJ STREET, NEW YORK.
l.ugl4-lv-M
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BAN KER3 AND BROKERS,
Fourth aiul Market Streets.
FOR SALX:
8.000 Delaware a ty 4>4 per cent. bond«.
Ri'y am] Mill »lock*; nn; 1 liim.ls ™ cou mlnslon.
».etter« «»f eretllt ava 'able in all pa -uort.M* w«»rl«l
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_J^ECKWEAR.
New York novel tic In rp In.- „nil mu imrr
Ncckwi nr lot- incii. )>m{ Ea »lwav.
„ SHIRTS !
■Onr One Dollar HhIrt han a T «
esilutuic unetiuulhul in thlacl ty.
■pututlon for
MEN'S FURNISHI. SO GOODS.
everything belonging to the
A full lino ot
«pot Tb.
WM. R (X)LE.
202 MARKET
STREET
CJ.ornrxa.
*
V
J ust the Latest Styles
ow in the market
Ready Made Clothing
.
N
'
TATill he found at Market &
VV Fourth.
j ^ecidedly the Largest Stock
tlie city to select from.
'Jpl verj' Department is Çllod
Jp'lor your inspection and
I JIacli suit is guaranteed
. J perfixt.
'VTobby Patterns for Boys
.IN and Men.
oing onr best for the
smaller children.
O f this Pej'artment we need
but say
R ich are tlie styles we offer
to-day
or a Custom Suit to fit like
a glo\x>.
I"
D"
F
&
n stock unsurpassed, 2d
floor alKtve
0
ut, trimmed and made
stylish and neat,
f fashion, the finest found
on our street..
o
this
4 TH-with let us go,
stock to view,
&
make our selection from
something new;
M
ove with the crowd, and
leave jour measure,
A nd get a suit that gives
you pleasure,
T) emembering "merit dc
I.'t mands recognition,
K lett, the cutter, first in the
profession,
very garment must suit,
your favor to win,
r nius the reason we expect
.JL you again;
E
S
o give ns a call, wc boast
not in vain, v
T bc leaders of Styles i
Wilmington.
in
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