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color«,
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ol
called
ttie
the
föazette*
(Established m 1784.)
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
BELL Ac TAYLOR,
Editors and Publish**«.
l
»■pvt 'ED tv CarniSH« in any mnt of the City at Si*
C iNTS per Week, or Twenty-Five Cent« pen
Regular Authorized
THE UUBINESS
if »NTH, PAVAKLE TO
CoLLSOTOR, AND TO NO OTHER, ON
Office.
The
sence.
the
endure
and
position
couple
lived,
being
BY MAIL.
. . $300
One VtAR, . .
a< Months, .
1.69
M
Thru Months, • .
Editorial Rooms are con
the Wilminoton Telephone Ex
Advertisements MAY BE
TIME BETWEEN THE HOUR*
Chc F usinées Office
N. CTED
CHANGE,
SENT IN
OF 7 A. M. AND 8 P. M.
News
Telegrams to
TU ZZ GAZETTE,
Adcm *9 all Letters
the
chiuce
have
and
and
with
boat
Wilmington, D*u
SC
4]
, l PEED AY. MOV. 7
WIL. INGTON.
llliMOCKATIC STATE TICKET.
FDR OOVBBNOB,
CHARI E3 C. dTOCKLET,
Kji Sussex County.
»OR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONOBESS,
CHAULES B. LORE,
Of New Castle County.
democratic county ticket.
FOB 8TATB BKNATORS,
DR. SWITHIN CHANDLER.
ALEXANDER B. COOPER.
tliat
be
is
au
the
will
to
iu
are
»OB REPRESENTATIVES,
HENKY m. barlow.
OEORGE II. BATES.
ROBERT C. JUSTIS.
WILLIAM COOCII.
ALBERT N. SUTTON.
WILLIAM A. COMEOYS.
DR. JAMES V. CRAWFORD.
FOB LETT COURT COMMISSIONERS,
•DM UND HA MAN, Mill Creek Hundred.
U.VHX T. CHEAIR8, Red Lion Hundred.
JAM ES IT. MACKEY,White Clay Creek Hd.
ftERICK F. 9HALI.CKOSS, St. George's Hd.
JaM*:S T. TAYLOR, Appoquluimiuk Hd.
fciCKGE C. ROTH WELL, Blackbird Hd.
FOR BnKRIFF,
PURNAL J. LYNCH.
FOR CORONER,
FRANK E. SMITH.
GENERAL ELECTION.
Tuesday, Nov. 7.
llcmember that
the polls dose at
FIVE O'CLOCK
this afternoon !
On
la»t
and
ot
it*
Kxtra ihuiette.
An extra edition of the Uazf.ttr, cod
ai
tain .ilg the full returns of the election in
tills State,
States where elections
id also reports from all other
progress to
day, yill be issued at an early hour to-i
row morning.
Beware of Trade*.
Since it has become so apparent that the
antin' Democratic ticket is sure to be elected
by a large majority, on u square test of par
ties, in New Castle county, the Repub
lican managers have given up
hope of electing their ticket and arc
endeavoring to make trades for their
Sheriff and one member of the Levy
Court. The election of a siugle member
will give them control of the County Legis
lative body, and on this fact they build
their hopes for obtaining possession of the
assessment machinery, and using it to pro
duce- such majorities iu th : s county iu the
future as will eventually give them posses
sion of the State.
W. 1 hope no Democrat will for an instant
listen to any propositions for this or any
other sort of a trade. The Democratic
ticket is in no jeopardy, and will be elected
hi Jt»> entirety if it receives a solid D»m
• rath: support, while trades will ouly
weaken it, and give one or two Republican
candidates a chance to slip in, where they
would otherwise be. defeated.
Let the Democratic votera stand up
aolidly for the whole ticket, and not a Re
publican candidate in the State will survive
the storm of ballots to-morrow.
• Beware of the trader !
all
,v that the great "war
It ih safe t<
4t horse" Bob I»ambdcn, will not be en
trusted with the expenditure of the Re
publican funds in Broad Creek hundred, to
day. lie proved such an ignominious fail
ure at the "Little Election" that the Re
publican managers have kicked him out of
their confidence and have
his traitorous services, ,11c proved a had in
further use for
vubtment.
Tim ritKTESDEo confidence that somit
Reputilicans seem to have in tlie election of
.James Martin, their candidate for Sheriff,
dwindles to the "little end of nothing" when
Democratic money is held under their noses.
This Is going to be
can«, and Mr. Martin will be obliged to at
tend the funeral with the rest of the mourn
er«.
bad day for Rcpubli
There is yet time to vote, as the poll«
So not close until 5
Let
hi« verdict against Harriugtonlsm anil ma
chine method« In Delaware politic«.
ANOTneu POI.ITICAI. parade, iu violation
ot luw, wae indulged in hy the Republican«,
la»t night. With such a party in power
neither law or order would be respected for
lu«taut iu thi« State.
'clock this evening,
•cry citl7.ru go to tbc polls and record
A Eittlnic Ending.
Tho " New Conotltutlon," which started
out,like the party It represented, under false
color«, arrived in Wilmington last night,
alter a trip through Sussex county that dla
iruated decent people, made rotes for the
Democracy, and put money iu the pockets
ol the justices and countable« who were
called upon to collect for different parties
ttie bills contracted during the progress of
the rotten concern.
Opinion
Iy
scope
lug
Since
hare
"act
ing as
1.
hibits
outside
or
and
arc
the
of
2.
erasing
from
stituted
but a
for a
of
made,
slip»,
erased
tt.
more
Senator
counted
as to
which
seven
bly
due
tains
for
good
4.
each
that
.5.
or
rotlug
The boat suffered a tad loss during its ab
sence. It took away a "glorious" eagle, but
the sickening cempany It
endure was too much for the "proud bird,"
and It turned U» toes to the sky, while its
position on the gunwale was filled by a
couple of Sussex county crows. Poor "bird,"
unlucky crows. The "bird," at least, had it
lived, would never have been In danger of
being eaten by the ravenous crew it daily
travelled with, but when the nature ol tho
which a great portion of
compelled to
political diet
the Republican leader» and voters have been
subsisting for the past four months i» con
sidered, it will be readily seen how slight a
chiuce two poor little Suaecx county crows
have of escaping their ravenous appetites.
Aud so the boat came sadly back to Wil
ralngton. It» deck was lonely without the
presence of the Stalwart commandera— Har
rington, Fisher and I.oAaud—and the little
sub-lieutenants who were in charge looked
ridiculously inefficient in the rolr * of leaders,
and miserably failed to fill the Stalwart bill.
Failure was written over the eutire concern,
and that the whole affair was a poor invest
ment, was apparent to all, aud to none more
plainly than the originators of the brilliant
scheme, who had hoped to fire the people
with enthusiasm, anil win a grand victory,
simply through the medium of a little toy
boat on wheels.
Altogbtueh, the j)eople will not be sorry
tliat the campaigu is ended, and theie will
be a general 6igh of relief, w hen the result
is finally known, to-morrow morning. True,
Homebody will have to start
voyage for the lonely confines of "Salt
River," but iu this city both parti» s have
tak**n such frequent voyages to this rlamdc
locality, that either can embark upon
another journey without shedding many
tears over their doleful fate.
The refusal of Marshal McMullen to
allow the names of his deputies to be pub
lished can be very properly coustrued into
au indication that many of them arc not the
class of
public peace
opinion I» amply verified by a glimpse at
some of the appointees, who appear to be
the worfct desperadoes of the city. How
ever, it 1h mot e than likely that these gentry
will find their < fflclal badges no protection
to them if they attempt to interfere with the
right« of decent citizens at^the polls.
Number» of negroes from the country arc
iu the city to-day, and will vote, unless they
are closely watched. Let every polliug
place be guarded with a zealous eye.
- •
TIMK BY WIRK
a sorrowful
Quick
Con»».
store.
hut»
tho
Bro.,
keeps
Food
;u from whom guardian» of the
uglit to be selected. This
I
Age,
I
t
si
for
the
h*
Water, to Be Fur
ntnluxl When Neeessary.
On Tap Like lîeer
r
A
[New York Sun. J
A company was Incorporated at Albany
la»t week for the manufacture, use, lease
and »ale of instrument» for the Indication
ot time hy telegraph. A man who ha» for
several years made a study of devices for
this purpose said yesterday to a reporter ;
" The idea upon which the company is
hosed is a grtod one. That this organiza
tion has the capital aud the practical men
make the enterprise a success I do not
doubt that in the prfu
To
Z.
know. There is
cipttl buslücg* ustabllohinent« of larir»! cities,
where correct time is a necessity, the
clock will soon lie a thing of the past. A
synchronized »iial-plute, connected by elec
tric wire with a central time-piece, will take
it* place. It ib quit»* as feasible us furnbih
8team from u central
Manhattan Elevated
now completing
rr**tl
ini? electricity or tças
manuiactory. The
Railroad Company ia
arrangements u* place synchronized »Hal
plates in ita stations, all connecting with
some standard time-piece, which will very
likely be the clock lu the Weitem Union
Building.
"Tliis new company purposes to place
central clocks in different parta of the city,
which will be carefully regulated and fre
quently compared with son»»* standard time
piect*. Synchronized dial-plates connected
ith these clocks will bo furnished to who
r dcbirca then» at a regular tariff.
Several of these synchronized dial-plates
in the city. There is one in
Cooper Union, and two have recently been
daced in a Broadway window of the Western
inion Telegraph ' office, one indicating
New York time and the other Chicago
time. These latter are connected with
the large clock In the office of James Ham
blet, Superintendent of tho Time Telegraph
Department on the fourth floor t>f the hull
ing. The miuutc-haud on these clocks
springs forward one space on the first second
of each mimiu*. Thirty miles of wire, run
ning into UM) offices in New York, Brooklyn
and the neighborhood, is connected with
Mr. Hainblet's clock. A 1**11 is struck in
each office on every quarter hour, hy which
timepieces may be regulated. Important
enterprises in time telegraphy are on foot,
aud will shortly he made public."
lote»
will
the
the
they
up
Re
in u
T
SO
of
IS,
A LARGE FAMILY.
A (ieurgU Couple Whose living Ofl
wpriug Nin.'b»*r More Tliuu u »core.
f a iIan Ut Constitution.
Marietta street
Mr. Johnston, n grocer
is in Home reapecU out* of tlie most remark
able men in Georgia. In the first place he is
a remarkable specimen of physical
hood, being six feet lour inches high, and
though 55 years old uh strong and active aft
most, men of 50. lie in a second cousin of
General Joseph E. Joliuston and was in the
Confederate service with the rank of captain.
Ar the father of a family Mr. Johnston pre
sent« a truly remarkable record. He has
been married only once and his wife 1« now
living and in excellent health. By Mr.
Johnston she hu« had 213 children, the
youngest of whom is a baby now.
22 all except onv are now living, and all are
well formed, healthy specimens. A happier
family eauuot be found in the city of At
lanta. They all bear a striking family re
semblance.
Mr. Johnston, had he lived in ancient
Rome, would by this time have been entitled
to sevçral pensions according to their law?,
which began to reward paternity when eight
children were born, aud continued benefits
in'increasing proportion as the family grew.
Mrs. Johnston would certaiuly have
praise of Napoleon, who, when Madame«de
Stud, thinking of herself, asked him "who
was the noblest woman in France," replied:
"She who bears the most
fense." The Johnstons are. a notable
: couple.
Of the
"war
en
Re
to
fail
Re
of
in
.n the
for
i for tier <lr
somit
of
when
noses.
at
A Bird That Was Made to «Ing.
[Virginia City Chronicle.]
J. Minor Taylor, chief clerk of the bonanza
firm in this city, hue a canary bird five year*
of age that never Bang a not»; till about n
As the bird never sang, nnd a* It
some trouble to take care of it, Mr. Tay
lor one day told Mr. Chapin, hi« fellow
clerk, he wished he would get some chloro
form and kill tho bird, as he believed it w
dumb or troubled with «orne Impediment of
the vocal organs. The next day the bird
suddenly burst forth in song and hardly
stopped to take breath all day. It I« not
only the beet singer among half a dozen
birds that are iu the office, but has « song
different from any of them and different from
any canary ever heard. There is hardly a
«ingle canary note in its song. Tt now sings
daily and all day long, and will probably
not cease to do its best unless again thrcal
ed with chloroform.
week ago.
poll«
ma
power
for
record
j
THE BALU1T LAV,
Opinion of Me«*ri. Gray and .Hpruance
to It* Operation.
Iy answer to numerous Inquiries as to the
scope of U»e uniform ballot law, the follow
lug has been furnished for publication :
Since some misunderstanding seems to
hare arisen respecting the provislofts of the
"act to proride a uniform ballot for election
purposes," the undersigned, aller carefal
consideration of the same, state the follow
ing as their opinion upon certain matters
concerning which inquiries have been made:
1. The act prescribes tho s1ae, and pro
hibits any marking of a ballot upon the
outside or Inside otherwise than by printing
or writing of the names of those voted for,
and of the office to which those voted for
arc intended to be chosen, together with
the name of the party to which a majority
of those voted for belong.
2. The act, however, does not prohibit tho
erasing or scratching of any name or names
from a ballot, even though no name he sub
stituted for any name so erased or scratched;
but a name may, or may not bo substituted
for a name scratched or erased at the option
of the elector, and such substitution, if
made, may be either iu writing or by printed
slip», pasted over auy name proposed to be*
erased or scratched.
tt. A ballot which contains the names of
more than two persons for the office of
Senator in tho General Assembly, cannot be
counted ns a vote for Senator, though good
as to the residue of the ballot; aud a ballot
which contains the names of more th
seven persons for the office of
Jif/>rv»entative « in the General Assem
bly cannot be counted as a vote for
Representatives, though good as to the resi
due of the ballot. But a ballot which con
tains the names of fewer than two persons
for Senators, or than
Representatives in the General Assembly, Is
good as to those voted for.
4. Only one person can t>e voted for from
each hundred eutitled to a Levy Court
Commlshlouer, though it is not obligatory;
that a ballot should contain the name of u
candidate from each hundred eutitled.
.5. A voter Is entitled to vote for any one
or more of the officers to be elected without
rotlug for the others.
for
can
Of
*n persons for
can
so
in
Oeoroi fins»,
W. C. 8phi »nox.
Wilminoton, Nov. 3, ISS3.
ol
or
is
of
Corn*.'*
"Rough
Ahk for "Rough on Corn*." 15 cent*.
Quick relief; complet*, permanent cure.
Con»». VFNrt*, bunion*.
Hmdy for Fall ntt*lne»e.
Our fall atock of hat* and caps now in
store. The most elea-anfc Stock of Derby
hut» wc ever had made up. Price« as usual,
tho lowest in the city. E.
Bro., No. 404 Market street.
nird Manna
keeps canaries in constant song, and cures
disease«*. 15 cents at drug store. Bird
Food Co., Camden, N. J.
II. Kumford &
H BQ HU UTS,
_£EALTH 18 WEALTH.
DK. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN
rHKATMENT. a »pcclflcfor ÏÎTFterla, |»lzr.lne*s,
I'ilons, Nervous Headache, Mental Dcp
«permsiorrhr«. In
■*1oa, Prsmsture
I
, Lon* of Memory,
y. Involuntary Re
Age, caused by oYer-sieriioa, self-abus*
r-lndulgence,
I death. One h
t contains »»
box. or six )*
fiid
si
try .decay
ses. Each
is«
which leads m n
reesnt
miinik'i Weslmsat. *»ne dollar
, ... o.. ...ue* for 15. seat by wsll prepaid
•dpt of price. Ws g
•any ease. With earf
for six boxes, a
the purchaser m written guarantee to ret
money If the treatment does not effc«»is cure.
GuaranteeIssned only hy N. B. DAN r<)R'| II.
«eennd and Market streets, Wll
Will 0O
h*
usrsalrs six hr
dar racelvsd hy
to
sulsd with 85, w* will send
Druggist, c«
mtngton. Delaware, ole agent.
r PBUS8E8 A SPECIALTY.
A LA HU EST STOCK I
S THE CITY.
TRUSSES !
To suit any kind of Rupture. Over 35 y
. A (It guaranteed. A private apart
mant for ladle*. LADY ATTENDANT.
Z. JAMES BELT,
APOTHHCART,
»IXTH AND MARR.IVT 8T8.. WIL.. DEL
CARD.
To all who
rr**tl
*u»ring from thr error* oftndl«
wcaknri*«, early «l»***ay,
d, etc., I will «end a recipe that
FREE OF CHARGE. This ureai
ren d hy a mGvionary In South
aelf-a/tdrcssud vuvelopa to the
UKV. JOHKPU T. INMAN, a talion D. New York
City. octî-ttâ-ly-10
in
of youth,
lote» of inxnh
will cu re you
<**. a**n<i *
H EF>
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
NEKS
- Basement af—
230 MARKET STREET.
Mv*U Mrvetl from 7 ». is. to 12 night.
l>26-»in-»4
T
EA ! TEA ! TEA !
Oje Hundred Chest* of verv clinic*
crop
TEAHJust received,among th*m ourjustly famous
SO and She. These g'xKl* are all choice brands
a trial by all lover* of good
chop and d
TEA».
Wearealvo constantly receiving
of COFFEES. Chair*
Laguayra
IS, 2D, 22 and
Which la unaijualla»! anywhere. Oar Coffee*
roasted ander our own personal supervision.
Pore Spices a specialty.
Invoice*
Java, Mocha, Rio,
d Maracaibo Coffee*. Coffee, 12, 15,
choice Breakfast Caffee
CRIPPEN'8
—TBA «TORS—
No. 5,E. Second St., Wil., Del.
5:300 MAGNIFICENT SQUARE,
GRAND Emerson Plano; list price,
is
aft
of
has
the
are
At
re
fjrZZMpW' ELEGANT 7 1-fi OCTAVE.
fTTTT* FULL AGRAFFE, double
»uldiiig
piano; lt»t price, fHUf).
Ym RTEINWAT UPRIGHT
PIANO.
40 GOOD SIX OCTAVE
PIANO».
the
5?50 HANDSOME NEW STYLE
li • »1* PARLOR Orguns; list price. |2I)0.
l30-tf-2S
II. F. R(»HELEN,
No. 710 Market Htrcet.
T. KIPNf {■ V r fRT
It A SURS CURE

for all dlooases of tho Kldneyo and
LIVER
the
It h*a irpodflo action on ttit* most Important
tfTgvn, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
Inaction, etlmulatln* th® healthy secretion of
the Bile, end by keeping th® bowels tn free
condition, effecting it* regular discharge.
M alar! H ir yon am Buffering fron
IWiaiOIlfli malaria, kav* the etxilla.
nr* bilioua, dyepeptio, or eonetipatrd. Kidney
Wort will vurely reU®re and quickly
In the Spring to el*aaae the System, every
cne should take a thorough course of it.
tt ikvAÛLDAY DIDAOIITi
i 1
<lr
year*
n
It
Tay
of
bird
not
song
from
a
sings
/K I DN E. Y-.WORT
^ECKAVEAR.
New Yorit novelties In snrlnc snrt summer
Neckwear (or nun. t'RiPES always
Correct.
SHIRTS !
Our Oae Dollar Shirt hn* a reputation for ox
•clleuce unequalled in thlaelty.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
A full lino ot everything belonging to th*
•pecles.
WM. COLE.
j 202 MARKET STREET
Train«
JO.:t',
9 . 00 ,
.Tonif IT A y A M* KKK'.t.
fJXD-DAY
7.2»
Now
•12.8*
Ualttmorc
ID.
— Ar
Baltimore
».
Baltimore
Tr»
Npt
Baltimore
John Wanamaker's.
1.0*
IMm
Tuesday, November 7.
1.06
«.a*.
12 ,
Ilaltlmo
For
i*r*M|
♦»-'1
r.
engraving for weddings ami
for the ordinary pin poses of
civilized social life, cards, ad
dresses. illuminations, etc., we
can speak in a manner highly
agreeable to the people of our
own city. The Philadelphia
standard is decidedly higher
than that ofanv other Ameri
Of
Upo
(
Philadelphia has
can town,
two houses which do far hotter
will
1
work tlian any house in New
York or Boston; which is not
so high praise as it seems; for
It. L
its
truly there is not a single house pou
in either citv, which can bo
trusted to pilot a novice
through a delicate social occa
sion, make the most of its pro
prieties. and avoid its dangers,
and at the same time lurnish
first-class stationery. That is
what an engraving house is
continually called upon to do;
and must do or rank low.
Somebody has got to he master
ol ceremonies; a id in our re
publican society that dignity
falls largely to the stationer.
He may he a more tradesman,
or he may be a Professor ol
Propriety. Philadelphia society
is fortunate in having the most
emi lent Professors ol Pro
priety.
o are one of these two
houses. We employ one ol
the two Professors; one who
has been entrusted with some
of the most delicate work of
Ins time. Mr. Matthews lias
charge of our engraving. [The
way we take to deserve confi
dence in all work of a delicate
nature is to employ experts.]
acknowledge frankly
that, in the competition of the
two houses which do first-class
work here, we are not the one
so firmly established in the an
cient and habitual confidence
of society as to enable us, it we
wanted to, to charge the high
est prices. We acknowledge
with pleasure and frankness,
that tlu' other engraving house
here deserves so well the con
fidence which it enjoys that
the only inducement we can
offer for your preference ol us
is that of the price.
If this isn't a fair advertise
ment we don't know how to
make one.
A
E.
NEW
Cabin
Ac.,
Htat<
ut
No
\ OI
W
nr
»
<11.
as
le
Wt
S3
W.
the
Dir
crop
Rio,
15,
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Third »ml F, infill drei«».
151 ick all-silk clamussrs, 85
cents a yard; all one quality;
mostly remnants, but not all.
Others of the same quality, fl.
JOHN WAN A MAKE It.
south entm
N
Next-outer elreh
main building.
Satin-stripe cashmeres of the
value of $1.75, that we adver
tised at $1 several days ago,
never came till Saturday. 5Ve
had the very same some time
ago, lmt two inches narrower;
nnd we don't mind telling what
they cost, viz., $1.4!), freight
and duty included.
JOHN WANAMAKER,
Fo
•th el role, south entrance
» uriln hiiiltliug.
Warm skirts for ladies, and
leggings fur ladies, girls and
little girls. The warm skirts
are satin, satin-and cloth, satin
and-felt,satin-and-Italian-cloth,
and Italian, all quilted; cloth,
flannel and felt prettily trim
med, not quilted,warm enough
without. The leggings are till
sorts;onc very uselul and fairly
pretty sort, woven at two
thirds value, *25 to 65 rents.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
of south entrance to main building.
and
and
of
free
fron
We i
ox
th*
JOHN WANAMAKER,
>«1 Market afreets,
miluitdpbiu.
Iifbtnilt, Thirl«-»it#. *
•nd •Ur-D*U *«|okro.
K AI LRU A V LINK*.
BALTIMORE It Alt* HO AD.
OCTOBER, 9th, 1992.
Train« will l«a> e Wilmington ** follow« for t
rtill-olHphla *0.1 Inli rmn.lInto »l»tlon«-t.M.7.1»,
JO.:t', *. lu. 2.*k «.1W. 7.30, 9.30, I». IB.
1-iiila.irli.Ma <c»|,ri*si--.vn, 2.;a .7.:», 9.JJ.
9 . 00 , 9 . 33 .«.», 11 .to. *.m. 1*. 10,1.33,9. 17,«. 10,«.»,
7.2» p. m.
.W, 11 .M a.
Now York~2.fin, 2.23. 6.9b, .W.
•12.8* 1.6* 2.4* h. 17. H.:*S b *».!*• ««•
dUle stallons-l.Oi, ». 17
Ualttmorc and Into
ID. OU».
p
•1 Buy Mns~$«S7p. m.
Baltimore nn«t Washington—1.4* 4.61, 6.0» 9.17
». II». l.OU, "J.UU, 6.0), S.57, 11.W p. in.
Baltimore olily—1.06, lo.no». m. 12.2« and
Tr» Ili• lor Delaware Division Itave for*
Npt (?a*tlt.*-- Ä.0* ».10».
Baltimore
. . 1 . 06 , S. 00, 6.21 p. m
f| Intermediate ..utlous- ».10 ». m
Harrbigtn
1.0* «.»I*. »»•
and luurmedlats statlans-B.lt s. m.
IMm
1.06 I*. IU.
HUN DAI TRAIN«.
(Bate station*-».10s. m.
l'tillmlclplil» nu.l Inle
. 6, Si). 7, "I 1
Philadelphia sad New York—2.00, 2.23 a. m. 6.17,
«.a*. 7.26 p. m.
and Washington- -1.42, 4.61, h.o* 9.17,
p. m.
12 ,
Ilaltlmo
. li.in p. m.
Baltimore—1.05 s. in.
For further Inliinnatlon passenger*
i*r*M| I« tli** time table* punted ai the depot.
♦»-'1 ruins marked '.lull: (
tvhleli extra lure I» cliurg»-«].
rt
r.
. llllllllM!
pres**
Upo
i. timer»I Passenger Agt.
('HAS. K. PUGII. General Manager.
J. R. W
HT LA VHilll' LINE*.
HlVNfiE OK TIME I
(
a
FOR PHILADELPHIA AT 7 A. M.
AFTRR MONDAY.
AND
I T. 8TTII, THK 8TKAMER
ON

"SAMUEL M. FELTON
ok
I* French street wharf a
tu*! Chester tu
v l'MUdelidli»
Wilmington, 15
-. From T
will lea
V )•■
74) |l
ling I*
P.
1
llookor < li. I.
10 cents;
It. L
: !
Tlckeu
ill
toll tick
.
bv thclL.W . * B. It*H.
• i •Iii»-*t* , r, ;«
lit.; Wilmington,
1 I
h
lall
k r i? ln i
l.lnWINHl <ll
its
pou new vouk.
to
Electric Line ot Steamers
is
the
ly
Klug Direct wliaif, Wilmington,
Sails fro
TUKftDAYH.
THURSDAYS
«1 SATURDAYS,
I from Pier 14,
at 2 o'clock, n. .....
Kant Hiver, N
:
Yoik.
MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS,
.1 FRIDAYS,
ni. Freight carried as low
a» by uny oilier line. For rates
apply to
4 o'clock, p.
A MlK]i A It 111 IT. SS K..mil »treot. New York;
E. ANDKKWS. Wll.nl UK loll. llvl. 5-13-tr-Vi
j^NCIiOR LINE.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS
Mall Weekly to
NEW YORK ami GLASGOW, via LON IK) N
D KICKY,
Cabin l'assage, |ao to |»n. K< turns fllO to |14C
Second Cabin, #40. lie
CaMn passengers
Passenger nctMiiiiinodatloni
»•kt ra!*-«
y, Sweden, Denmark, Jte.
For ! looks of "Tours In Scotland,''rates, plan*.
Ac., apply to IIKNDEK.soN BROTHERS, Nu*
or SAMUEL F. ltKTTS, Adams Express,
I fro
Tickets, f75.
tiooked at low rates
lied. AI
Main Deck
V
citgers bookc*
riuauy, Italy
Htat<
ut h
No
\ OI K,
W II III I
FINANCIAL.
nr he artizanb saving bank.
NO. rm MARKET STREET,
.1 ANC A lit 2
. 1861.
deposits from y a. m. until 4 p. m
day and Maturdav evenings
ui 7 to a »'cloci,.
I NO
UHATK1
» »peu to r» »*»*l
N N UAL DlVIDK^iD,
In April
withdrawn tb**y arc a«
rims permanent «lepoalUcc
co III j
M ANA»i KIM:
HEM I
d Octob
. When
>unt«;«i
pound
Regularly
«1«
<11. Iden.lp :
as deposit*,
their interest
lent It. »myth,
io* W. llowland
George W. Hush,
George ». <n pel le,
». Lichte
Fat ward Darlington,
•lob I». Jackson,
William H. »wilt.
le
S3
M
Inin ici K. Ih neon,
•In,
y F. ! »lire.
W. I lust I
Edward I
'Anthony Higgins.
GKORGK W. ItltHII
. S. <\\I'K.LLK, VI
K. T. TAYLOR. Tr.
.1. M. MATH hit. Auditor.
:
f«b2l-ly
JIR8T NATIONAL BANK
OK WILMINGTON,
c Money
RzrasiTonY of tiik iti
— AND—
FINANCIAL AOENTto
THE UNITED STATE»
Edward Butts, Prcst«teni,
• • O. I» ARMSTRONG), Cashier.
AIMTAL, 8800,000.
PAID UP
Philadelphia, New York
fureUhetl In regular Depo*Ho
t .lay*, MONDAY»
I li,.
F.xehaugt
without «•barge.
<1 THURSDAY»
Dir
a.
DIRECTOR»:
John II, Aitama,
•Ittinr* ('. Met 'oui 0 ,
William I at nail,
Kit »iarrett.
K.lw
t Betts,
R. »myth.
George W. llllfctl.
Daii 1(4 J
hamuel KiMurolt. Jr.
nl-ly
gPECIAL NOTICE.
MESSRS. E de V. VERMONT à CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
85
OF 76 CU A MBEU3 HTBEET. NEW YORK,
Acknowledged regular correspondent* ol 40
N F.W8PAPERS In the United »tute*
;nd their
PRIVATE FINANCIAL LETTER
id
prtji.
from New York city (under while sealed
V» lope) to all
INVESTORS Oil SPECULATORS,
the
..,..*lve wi-i-kly the late*
information concerning the
STOCK ÊARKET
tn the mctrepotl*
HINTS and POINTS
fnrhlshcd
SPECULATORS
concerning the probable rise
blocks : also advice to Iu
and Capitalist."
1 PROFITABLE
decline In
•8t<
SECUIIF.
INVESTMENTS.
Non r
E. do V. Vo
directly <
llankor* *
.*
not being
with any
and
and
till
two
d.
>r indtrectl
Itnsliiess, g|
with full impartlulltv and
liclng lu il ih need Iu the leubt by per*ouul
Uroket
their In lor
tU i
Hl
interebt.
I «
regularly hy MONDAY night's
nr.ll. In eluted envelope, for THIRTEEN CoN
SEClTTIV K \\ Ek KH on the receipt of the
UN E DOLLAR *eut to
al
E. DE V. VERMONT & CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
70 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK.
«ukM-Iv-M
R. It. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
FOB SAL*:
6.000 Delaware City 4% per cent, bonds.
1 5?? r înf °n commission.
available In at I part* of the world
-"J Swlîïk?IL«d îiîîô'j.' "•'•"'••''.»'rauee.Ger.nanY
vlothtno.
R

Is
Coui
»ml
eges.
l.hkt
I sie
taking
cation
ment
J
cl
Later
From the Corners.
At this time of the year
gentiemeu are lookiug aller
their wardrobe lor the winter,
and the query generally heard
is this, viz : "Where can I get
the best Overcoat and Suit;
one that will fit the best, cut
and made in the most approved
style, and at the lowest price."
We answer: at Fourth and
Market streets, Wilmington
Clothing House, because we
have the stock to select from,
and if you want a custom
made garment our facilities are
superior to any of our comjiet
itors, and we make as fine
work as can he done in any
first-clase Tailoring Depart
ment. If you want a ready
made garment you have a much
larger assortment than any
other c lothing house to select
from, and goods made express
ly for us and not to he dupli
cated elsewhere; while our
prices are as low as usually
paid to tho wholesale dealer,
because we get direct from the
manufacturers. We mean, if
large stock, superior quality of
goods and workmanship, low
prices and our business repu
tation. which is not to ho sac
rificed by any misdealing, to
do a larger trade during this
month than ever before,
therefore invite our patrons,
with their friends and all others
who have never visited our es
tablishment, to come during this
month and look at our Over
coats and Suits for men, boys
and children. We feel confi
dent we can please you and
you will he delighted to know
you can get as fine clothing
as is worn in Wilmington at a
lower price than elsewhere, at
Fourth and Market streets,
Wilmington Clothing House.
Yours truly,
JNO. W. Diefendork & Co.
Please call to-day.
i
Iu
of
the
1
We
N. 15,
any
and
al
R U(iBY
v EIn '[ÎÏ g school
™ til rpopon on
MONDAT F.VE-0, OCT. j t . a
lBB9rmn7u,;W 1 it5JJ| ! ,' l Jj»Ple. r«r..„„
DR, KAM I tt wt ».
" r rilUK,J,JÀ( KS 'WgRc

*1*
JÆAPLEWOOD ÏHSTÎTCÏ
ru
-ron
BOTH SEXES.
Is 22
ties ,,f
nroaii
FMl». * Unit. Cent,, 11 ,
v lasslc.l..thoroa*,a«m|«„
»bllmlrlphiB,
Coui
Superior opportunities
»ml boys to prepare ft*
eges.
ffircl to
T^nui
Anierlru
Degree* *r«>
l.hkt m ... r .. " r ' rr "l >*T .«llloftlv
I sie turc of I'ninsj ivnnU
taking a full coarse.
»ftU
rounj !»
Reading taught by s Brit.«!**,,
l, ' f Utloillrt
l'eiiiiianshlp L»
boEUtlcs of (be art.
Prtv
cation
» professor
Instruction given
lias l*ec
o those wi, tlBe
•e-Ufrj.
neglect*»!. \ | ifJ
ment for little boys. Twelve iu*!
J- «HORTLIDilE(Yale ('»»liegt
cl pal, Concord ville, Del., (•«,., i* ;t '
A.)!.,
»«EUl-îm
B .i It*Ell'S Li ltl,
SAP
if
of
to
es
a
at
Co.
W cu
i ■
effect, not »
within ; It» manifestation* wlthaa, |f
cur»; the 'lisent.** the
Iu no other way can » cure ewr fir e
WAKNKK'H HAKE KIDNKt AM)
CUKE I« established on lust this prie«
realizes that
to
95 Per Cent.
of all «Ilsen*» * an»« from drr*nf.«<i k1!oe
liver, and It strike« si nnce nt the M*t«f|
cutty. Tim <*letn»;nt* of which It 1» c^mpo
directly upon the*»* great orgnn«, both a
rer, and by plaflnj hem I# »1
, drlvedhea«*»«and pain fremd»»
ci m*d i
con.UI»
For tin* Innumerable
healthv Kidney. LlrrranS UrtBsry
the distressing fUsonler*of \f*mcn;for
and for pltYsleal tlernngement»
great remedy ha*noeqnal. Bewi
Imitation»
For Dla
BET KM CUKE.
For bale by all dealers.
d concoctl
.•h, ask for WAHXm
8fil«i taficjgg
IL H. WARNEI I
ROCHESrnJ
THE PUBLIC 19 REQCE5TID
A YITl.I.Y to nolle. Ui«
schema to We drawn monthlY.
«»-CAPITAL PRIZE,
Tickets, only |S. Sharri Iq m
I
Louisiana State Lotteb
1 ncorporated In 186» for 28 res n br the l
1 ire for K»lueatl*»nsl tn8jnurlUw«
of fl.flOOlOOO-W 1
l5b,(100 ha* 'lire hern added,
iverwhelnilnf popular vote us r
adc a part of the ur.^ntijl ate Coni
looted lbvemher '^l. X. 1>-. 1 •"
The only l«ott»;ry tret vote-.'
"It' n«wr >l reït<î' , nr*pîîip«"' ITS «
8INHLE NÙMHEH IlliAfflSOS t»t
Anr'l.'EN l>lt> OITOttTrSITTTO
EOltrUN K. KI.KVEArllO WM'JM
CLASS !.. AT RKtt
DAY. NOVEMIttlt ltd'. m.~IJit 1
Drawing. , . . „J
Look at the frtllnwlr.f scheme,
elualvu sUDervIslon mid insnagcmentS
KKAL G. 4*. BF.ACIlEBAB» of Û
GENERAL JtltlAI. A. t.K KLTnfW
manage all the ■Irswlngs«« 1
ractll'eiwvr ïiîepu Lllnlie'l "'«r 1 «! I '""'
Capital Prize,
190.000 TICKETS AT FIVE Uet ;* *
EH ACTIONS, in FIFTHS ln I KOI OB
LIST OF PRIZES:
(• |)U
with a
fun»l ol
My
1 Capital Prize of
I Capital Prix»* **f..
1 capital l'rlxeuf
2 Prize* of
5 Prize* of 2,000.
10 Prise* of 1,
20 Prize* of
1(0 Prize* of
:*w Prize* of
500 Prize* of
1,000 Prixe* of
10
n
j'
ric't'
approximation
liuation Pris** of " J
9 Approxi
»
oulltln* t» .• ,
- .... Aiubt »h 011 "
îrfflft'aKSîSr 5 '«?»
For further i nfo l rn '* t , i, v r'xpre*»<
full «'hire**. Rend n J ( î® r , . - 8 ,j,uri*'''
tertd lett#r, or Money Or le % • H , 5i
w Few Orle*
Or, M. ^j/^Vi'niliïirîet,
N. IL—Order* addressed (f>
receive prompt attentn»*-___
,987 Prizes,
V« ort
/PRCF. WÄBSTOS'S ■
I... «..rot ÂÎ'X m
1 Ci*(
ra\
H
• >îlintr»fc
orr<1
•• f.ttrf mi
REAP
IAB8T0H REXEDT CO
^UAMS and brother,
;».t ffc* « W 1 "■
!0., 108 FslM» *»•
III
No. 504 Market Strf
—CHEAP
Cash A r ariety H
TOYS, DOLIjS &
UKV 00 ûübiÉj.'Y
SR
BOOTS. SHOES & RljÇ:
^''babt CARRIAOE«'» 11 * 3 '
-SOI.« A<'»'' , *
HARPER'S BAZAR
,'M
zatti
It will P« v 7 ou v " finira
tÂ^'a&fukjbû^
B-18-12-4&-4AW __ —•**'"
J-RANKLIN
type found
Cine)
Vine Street,
Ohi°
168
ALLISON & SMI'
▼ll*96H

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