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the Reoui.AH Authooizco
OTHER, OR
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BY MAIL
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THI WlUMNOTON TSLCFWOMX E «•
nacre» with
SHMSOS, AN» News OH AoveRTisrvwrr» MAY
UTWtSN THE HOURS
er 7 a.m. and 8 P. M.
Teieorams to
TH3 OAZKTTE,
WI law notch, Del»
\
ffioUINtTOI. TÜBBD1Y, NOV. 31
PrRtsctl»», Then and Now.
The Baltimore Day rtfera to the well
known fact that Ileiiry Clay waa tegarded
as the "father of protoctlou" iu hi* day, and
publishes an extract from one of hi* letter»,
written fortj-thre«* year« açn, (18RÎ)) when
he declared that the high protective
policy for which ho waa then
contending should be merely temporary,and
#«:ght not to exle-t longer than 1843. Mr.
Clay'* idea was that thu Amerh au manufac
toriet simply n«*e«lcd protection until they
sutja r re w their infancy and wero able to suc
cessfully competo wi:h the well-founded es
tablishments of Europe.
No one can doubt that the American in
dustries outgri-w their iufancy years ago,
and are now giant* in strength, able to corn
pets with rival sulerprl»«* ail
world.
Two other facts in connection with the
present high protective tariff have been
•lade plainly apparent by the events of
recent yeais. via: Thai th* Lai Iff will not
pi »veut panics or depissaiou in buslue^i, nor
will it tend t« aovMa«* the wage» «if th«:
American work ia^» au. The disastrous panic
•f 1673 occurred durian the
tott'U«:© of »
a high tariff, anil every
haolc and labor
taga&n knowa ih#4. w»u«m havo'Tver since
keen «it»wi to th« lowest notch, licapiia the
Umi that th« necBjMiarifts of life
higher
t' , »an they havs bceu fclucc tlio close of the
war.
These potent fa<-t» are «'erfajnly antagonis
tic to the claims and profession* of the high
tai iff advocates, uud prove the necessity lor
at leest a esretul revision of tiiia tauch
Tsxed question in American politics.
To-morrow b;bnino Eninm Thursby,
the gilved American vocalist, app tr» in
onnc«*rt before a Wilmington audience in
tftie Grand Opern n«>a.«e. At th*i ou lise t of
her lyric career Mias Thursby visited Wil
mington, and although then a stranger to
th« fame »he has since acquired, was given a
Kao<*t enthu»1astlc reception, and secured »
place in the affections of oar music loving
people that her future triumph* have
ewiy served to strengthen and In
OTeft»». 8o intense la this feeling:
•f admiration, aud »a earnestly ia it,
reciprocalfd, that our peopis look upon
Mia» Thursby almost as a Wlliniugtouian,
while she regarda onr beautiful little city a«
dy tcroad to hvr heme. She cobios to
•ow, ladened with the tribute* of the
world's greatest
4r*ifid«*nt)j look for a
teg anything of th
ibis city.
lUiiral c(
eeptiu
kind ever witnessed in
t«*rs, and
fa
ozceed
Ltquor mrr have
much right to their
political conviction* as men
wi her husines?, sod if some of them chose
1« give their v»* and influence to the
T)<?mocratl j party (all of them, w o know, do
»ot) it is, to use a homely, but expressive
sentence.
igaged in any
nobody's
" We
bnsin-.'ss
bu«
•* t
apprehend that
which spreads
oruing organ,
iteelf is quit» a lecture upon tho ad
herents of the liqnor interest* to the Demo
ora tic party, would not have the slightest
•hj»ctio» If thsee men would give a
«apport So the Republican cause. Tills ia
still a fro» country ia some respecta, and
meal men, "free, whits and twenty-one,"
ara supposed I» have a right to exercise full
freedom in their political affair*.
tho
lid
Tnx Watbk Witch fr.ii
in Insti
tute Ha l, ibis, evening, and ahould r«*esivr
Mia hvo^y ancouri»g<?m»r.t ef •
during its eeaiiuuai.o*. Our entire fi
ope
people
do
it ii
i»ea,ly worthy of the public
fan
Slpport, and aa the Water Witoh company
•ccwpiaa a pronilm at iioaition and fia» a
tr1Iliaa»4eeord for prompt
its uppet! lor aid in the wort ay
secunag; new aud
landefficiei
7.
hject of
coavenicut quarters
meet wiik a generous response. If
all was bave u little cash to .-pare will spend
it at the Water Witch lair Ih« company will
vaaiiae a bau«ia#u»» profit from the a
£»'.e. So let all our people ^ive lb»
laddiua" a helping hand.
ra
' His
BKPOftn Tnn klbction tbc mers mention
by the Gazhttk of a
is "Nt'd" Caasidy's
hoc*« was »uffierant to throw ihe moraiug
or^an into paroxysms of rajo aud dit.
&»ia it a frantic denial of the misdemeanors
& this bold apostle of the Republics!) cause.
3Tow when the election ia out of the
tica !
any other disturbances
ay it
mtioniug the
ha« ru» more Ira.-;
Caaaiiiy row* tba
Hi ai occur.
Ficobbcutf the Illegal voters at ihe recent
dection, the in«
qualifications and the election officers who
parmi'«.»d them to consummate their crime*
again»»; popular auffrage,
make tree elections a mockery,
e.re not checked the honest sentiment of our
is^al voters will be overwhelmed by fraud
et the next general election.
ho prepared their bogus
Buch practices
id if they
Thb statemf^t th»t tho improTwI con
Sltion of the public h»HU nf Wilmington,
It .Ine entirely to untursl
jiAtico to car pieollrut Board of rjn-altli,
t7lilch hu curtainlj done * grnud work In
looklnif after tho cteaiilir.ee« ol our public
«te-»et* «nd tie jener«! »finitary condition
ri the city.
nie» i* an iri
r, SAM'a or Posen" the
ccraoierelal drummer,
a splendid reception
"modest"
vr.is giren
at tira Opera
Heute, last cventni,', and returned the com
pliment by a performance *atlal.ick>ry In all
r «pect». To-night the charming Minnie
Maddern appeare fn fiontlor drama.
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
Strawbiudge & Clototeb,
DSAhina rs lAtv Goon» EUci.ttrnrxT,
JficscTH *oU Hi a art Staket«.
A BKIU4AKT EXAUPIB.
A Caaadlan rollflHai« Whw Should b* Im
ported m » Republican I entier.
CNCW York World.]
Why do not the Republican* import Air
John A. Macdonald from Canada, got Mr.
Davenport to farolsh him with a tot of paper«
oî 18w and Intrust hlro with tha leadership
their party f Sir John ia emphatically the
man for them at thia aad crlaia in their affaira.
When. about nine yc-ara ago, 8!r John waa
hut-lea from power-by the damning disclo
sure« connected with the sale of the Pacific
railroad charter, and It waa believed by
the stauchest Conservative« that the
party was doomed to exclusion from pap
anil patronage for a gcnciation or at l"a«t
a decade. Sir John
number of the Official
he aunounced (he appointment to office of
every aoo, nephew, cousin or brother-In-law
of every prominent Tory in the country, and
thpu reaigned, calmly confident that If the
incoming Liberal* disturbed hi* appointee«
he could (l»*uouuee them effectively for de
parting from the tradition« of the British
civil service and intoducing the abomination«
of the American «polls system. Hi* aupolnt
mente were respected. This enabled him to
attack the new admlafstration for its in
creased expenditure on salarie», and to point
with pride to the mnch «maller «taff of offi
cers which in hi» time had been found am pi v
sufficient to discharge the duties of the dif
ferent department«. The Canadian Tories
were then, ns out own Republicans are uow,
worried with n tariff question. With that
sublime fertility of resource which in less
gifted men is but too often stigmatised as
impudence, 81r John evolved a tariff for
the protection of everybody—producers,
manufacturers and consumera all alike—
under which the mi flur got ftO per cent,
more for his iron ore from the mauulac
tun*r, t e manufacturer charged tlie farmer
.*»0 per cent more for the stoves and plough
shares which h » mad^ from it and the
farmer charged the rainer and maun facturer
Ä0 percent, more for the wheat and meat
which he sold to them. Tpon this platform
8fr John took his stand, and to his own
surprise—for he was too intelligent not to
what a humbug he waa—he waa vic
torious. It is sad to have to add that Mr.
Muckende, ujsm bis retirement, having
»nude a snug little place for one of his
friends in the Govern ment, 81r John bounced
the appointee with much celerity, upon the
ground that such an appointment was con
trary to the traditions of the British civil
service, and tended to introduce Into Canada
the accursed spolia system of our hopelessly
corrupt republic. Altogether Sir John A.
Macdonald is perhaps the only man In the
world, now that Lord Bcueonsileld 1« dead,
who c -u save th- Republican party. Send
tor Sir Johu, O Republicans—and do It p.
d. q!
Of
prepared » huge
Gaxctlc in which
For ll»e 1'ubllo flood.
To thh Editos or tub (}*x irrr» : The
subject «>f sewerare Ih now before our pco
pie for their consideration. It is plain to
intelligent mind that tnln work should have
been commenced lone »ko. Our people have
paid dear for thin neglect. In our death rail*.
The B< aid «)f Health, during the paat year,
has done much In the way of improving the
Military condition of ««ur city. This impor
tant subject4* «me In which ail the people
i!iter«%t«Hi. It is not a matter of «lollars
d cents, but of health and protection to
our faut increasing population. Borne one
or some persons must step boldly to the
front and advocate a plan by which thia city
wiil hare a system of sewerage carried into
effect which will be the trreat isver for our
at(*a«iy au«l increasing population. Wo find
■ are behind the ate in this matter
d ai tbts tira« delay* are danger
ous. Th«*« who have the ability will
b«» looked to t«i have thl* iinportnr.t subject
«•urri«*d into effect. The man who is afraid
of increasing the bonded debt of this city
in or«l-r that two or three hundred lives may
lie f»av««i Ih not the one who I* interested In
<iur city's prosperity. All the money spent
in t?
directlan for the health of our city
1» no much spent for its adruncrmaxit, and
the good returned i« beyond humsn calcula
tien. Many cities iu this country have
tn# of money in this direction
and the r«*port* from all show it ha* paid a
hundrul ix r cent., aiid all the peopls are
well sattafied. We do not expect thla work
to be accomplished in a year, it mu*t l»e
gradual, but a commencement must he
made, plana must be
whole matter brought down to aaystem and
p!ac«'d in the hand» of compétent men to
carry it Into effect. Ami when perfected
and carried out we will stand as we should,
tho healthiest city in thia country.
f*pi'iit vaut
ured, and the
E. IL Frazrb.
j
Kneclier
Top Again.
NpwYohk, Nov. 20.—'Tlie trial of the
su it of Samuel Wilkeeon ugsinst Rev. Hem y
\\ aid Ucecher for «lamages for breach of
con!
Christ,
th.*
•t for failing to complete his "Life of
" was resumed lu the 8upr«'mo Court
nlng, before Judge Barrett and s
Iiev. Henry Ward Beecher was called
to the stand by the plaintiff's counsel. He
did not remember having, in 187rt, received,
read or signed the paper shown him, nor
having heard
read a modified eopy of H. He
did not believe that any demand
for eopy was made since lSTfi. Counsel for
the plaintiff closed his ease upon the evi
dence, and Mr Shearman renewed hl»
motion to diemies tira
jury.
iid
ho
ro ollect
complaint upon
* viral grounds. Judge Barrett »»Id the
case had not be« n changed by anything that.
ba«l been said to-day, and raid that he w*»
satisfied that the motion to diemlee should
bo grunt oil.
and Judge Barrett made
Mr. Beer her $350 extra allowance,
shaking hands with counsel for the plain
tiff* Mr. Beecher left the court with bla
counsel.
Thia was accordingly done,
order allowing
After
a
Will She 4 i
T
[Art Interchange.]
The eorgregatlon of a fashionable New
Turk church I» ju*t at present energétlcaily
discussing tira «question of "ought
a large majority of the nramhere,
It 1* reported, inclining to the negative. The
"her" 1» iMs case 1» the mother of their
paefor, a woman of Irreproachable mors!
character and Inobtrusive manner». Al
though no fault can be found with her man
n« ra or her moral«, the ha» In 11;« p»et bee»
guilty of that which determines society or
Christian* to withhold from her the ordinary
courtepb*§ of B«>clal life. Her offence Is that,
in former day», in order to aupport here«*',!
and a family ot children, she pursued the
calling of a washerwoman, and a pc«.pie
who worships a sen of a carpenter ret
extend social recognition to a
I
!
to
visit he
worthy
•man who by the faith lui performance of
lowly duties na* aided Irar sou to attain his
present honorable position.
Qncen Ylc.N Colorert Suljnet.
C II Al tint
The Lonlavlllo f'onricr-Journal number*
among the queer things of tho recent. ej»*ç.
îion* the choice for Congr»*» in North C
linn of a negro by the name of O'riara.
Tills is not the funniest part of it, If rnrrent
rumor bo correct. O'Hara is not only *
negro but, ia a native of Canada and at
present a
not exactly a F
Day.]
hjrrt r»f Queen Victor's. Ho t*
chinan from Cork, as hi*
name would Imply, hut. a colored gentle
man from the Dominion.
A family who bad recently moved Into a
etilte of rooms received an rlrgvntly worked
motto Inst, werk which read ns follow«:
"Heaven bless onr flat."
Cntarrh of tlio Bladder.
Stinrç-ins Irritation, Inflammation, all Kid
ncy and frinary complaint», cured by
"Buchupallia " tl.
Worthy of Notice.
Oca' 1 * O. T. lienuregard of Taid Jabsl A.
r.Triy of \ » ,. certify—fee card with fnc-jirallop
or their Mgnntnrcr in anothorcolnms— thnt thov
anporri^ th© l>rawinge of l'h» Louisiana Btarà
IyutcrvOora
oentroî the«
Winy, and in peraon manage and
Drawing*, ard Mint the tamo are
c«ndu«tod with honcaty, fklroess and in good
faith toward* all partie*. In the?e dsjv of do
ccption. t.ii* broad deelarntton will nieot with
a hearty re*po n *e on the part of tho pnblle. In
pat ron see of thl* peculiar Inrtltntton. the ml*.
*1on nf which |r to maintain a nobl» charity In
tj)® city of New Orleans, witkent regard to *<-ct.
color, nationality or race. Tk# raQ putl«ui«n
« V « «trfMKî trtaliTkt%<
I !
T
JOUIT WAXAMAKXMfê.
pM>AT
-AT
John
Wanamaker's.
Tuesday, Not. 20.
The Town Tattling Committee
of Ten has had a meeting.
Subject, Wanamaker's. Bits
of the proceedings :
Tattler No. 1.—"What a
place it's getting to be,
though !"
Tattler No. 2.—"One needs
a Directory of it almost ns
much as of a -nty. Things are
moved about so, though, that
a Directory wouldn't last the
season «.nt. I don't see how
they keep track of tilings,them
selves.
Tattler No.1,again.—"They
don't.I think I've walked a mile
there, sent hither and yon by
some noodle of a "guida" that
didn't know his business, and
at last found what I wanted
almost where I started lrom. '
Tattler No.3.—"I never buy
anything there. I don't think
it's right. It's a horrid monop
oly.
Why, there is hardly
any sort of stuff in all Chest
nut street that isn't sold there
at disgraceful prices. I won
der that people are so short
sighted as to support him in
such an onslaught on every
body's business."
Tattler No. 2.—"Why, I
thought you shopped there a
good deal!"
Tattler No. 3.—"I go there
a good deal, and look about a
good denl;and once in a while*,
when I see something that I
don't dare to buy anywhere
else, for fear I may want to re
turn it. I buy it; but I send a
servant after it—I don't have
his wagon before my door,
1 can tell you."
Tattler No. 4.—"I have
heard a great many say that
it's all humbug about Wana
mnkcr's prices being so low."
Tattler No.3.—"No, it isn't.
And, what's worse, his goods
are .just as good as anybody's
goods, ami more ot them, and
a great deal fresher; and worse
still, he warrants everything
every way. That's what's
killing the other merchants.
My husband says so."
Tattler No. 1.—' But the
other merchants seem to bear
killing remarkably well."
Tattler No. 1.—"I sec how
cvcrybooy buys of him."
Tattler No.
buy everything there. I don't
sec why we should fight other
folks' battles. 1 don't sec why
we shouldn't buy where
can buy best. There's one
good thing Wanamakcr has
done. He has made the other
stores civil. \\ hen I go any
where else and am treated with
their supercilious impudence, 1
just quietly drop some little re
mark about Wanamaker's. No
impudence after that. They
certainly are obliging at Wan
amaker's."
Why T
«J.
WC
Tattler No. G.—"I bought
some muslin there once, »nd,
after I'd got it partly made up
I found some streaks in it; and
then I found that the streaks
were tender. I went back,and
they actually asked me how
much they should allow me for
my work,
such a tiling.
I never heard of
I was glad
enough to get good muslin for
had. I never thought of being
paid lor my work."
'lattler No. 7.— "I bought a
carpet there, and when it was
half-made found some cuts in
the selvage. They made
'he same offer, and they actu
ally did change my carpet, and
made it and put it down. May
be, it's all advertising; but it's
handy. I like it."
Tattler No. 3.
ought to.
bad, they ought to make them
good."
fattier No. 7.—"But how
many do itt
Tattler No. 8.—"Did you
ever see any lies in his adver
tising! I grant it's simple
enough and silly enough; but
isn't it really what lie calls it,
store news'! It seen» to
juit as if we were in a »o«y
room, and had drawn «ur ea»y
ebxiW around the fire, and
me
They
If tilings turn out
I ■
me
JOJfJf WAVJ3TAHMM'S.
were haring a comfortable talk
together about goods, and no
buncombe or nonsense about
it. And I've gone there for
tbiugs advertised over and over
again; and,I tell you, it pays."
Tattler No. 3.—•"There's no
denying It's handy to get
almost everything under one
roof; and it's a great comfort to
shop without iear of being
cheated. But it certainly is a
hardship on other merchants
to have one house gather so
much of the trade.
Tattler No. 9.—"lie won't
take anything off prices,
had set my heart on an India
shawl there, and my husband
tried to buy it for less. They
wouldn't luten to him. He
sent an offer to Mr. Wana
maker
I
personally, and got for
an answer: Td knock the
end of the store out first.'
don't believe there are many
places where a shawl can't be
bought under price.
Tattler No. 10.—"I had the
same expedience witli my seal
dolman. I said to myself:
'There must be a hundicd dol
lars profit on this.' I couldn't
get a cent off; and I went
away. But I had to go back ;
for 1 saved a hundred on it, as
it was • I don't know but two
hundred.
Tuttler No. 3.—"And, do
you know he's got the most
magnificent dressmaking rooms
and the loveliest dresses and
silk stuffs. Why. I never saw
in Paris Itself anything finer.
It's so provoking ! In that old
tumble-down building that the
rats ought to run away from !
On our own Chestnut street
too ! It does seem as if lie
might hare done it somewhere
else !"
I
Tattler No.
talking. Everybody'» going
there."
Tattler No. 3.-—"Some of
our merchant* 'll wake up
some of these days. I can't
believe he's going to have it
his own way always. There's
some way to save the trade yet,
I verily believe."
Not a bit of doubt of it. But
that isn't official.
use
JOHN WANAMAKER,
Ch«s
-Hfkft »trçet«,
PktladH *ki*.
itKuovijsra.
J^OTICE
Wall nutil you «e« my stock ofCHRI8T
M A9GOODS before von kuy your prcs<inl«.
Borne
have them re»<!y for luspuctlo
»l»y».
»ad beautiful «leafgira.
Will
lo a few
X. JAIfEI BELT,
Apotkacary,
Sixth Aoi Market Streets.
I £EALTH 18 WEALTH.
" r "vr AnonrtAiN
i,Kr.Al M r.NT, A ap«Tllr fmr Hyati-rla, MIzeliraiR,
1 inn I •J r tT v ° * «»tdacbe. Mental Deprea
* f *«■•»/. •our»atorrliæ», Impo
U-nry, ]■ to!■ b tary lUwlaMua, Prrniatnre Old
J ^ •»•r-waertl*^ aulf-abaae, «»r
w hl»h I«r<U« to ultury ,d«Miay
and duatta. «>»•»•« »Ul ««ra rwraat ra-ra«. Karh
» *r»ati»»si. « >n» dollar
h 0 .*" by ■■ i I prepaid
W# guaraatM a4x ImixAi
ra«». With Man «r-lar rarrivud by
paal»8 with f*. w« will ».-nd
. t«» *R»r»n»r« to return thr
mono y If the tr»a«u»at 4o»a sot »ffe«t a curs.
Guarantee !mu« 8 oaly Sy ¥. B. DAN VORTH.
l>rnKKl«t,ç.»rn«r Meosd aad Markat atrerta, W III
ralngton. iMawara. #!*• a»«nt.
for six
.4 1 **• •*■««»«
the pnrrh«««r § w
~ - -.a ' ,J!M ' .B'||_L.—
^DAMB AND BROTHER,
No. 504 Market* Street,
—CHEAP
Cash Variety Store.
TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS,
dry conns/
UOhlKRT,
NOTIONS,
L ADI KB' ft CENTS'
UNDKKW
RW EAR,
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS
(AlOCKKltY, tin,
UI.ABSWAfia,
STAIR CARPET,
STAIR horn,
CÜICTAIN8.
•hcapettJlB» of Lamps, Lantern*.
Y#r, e»I; Table anH hocket <JuU
a 8.°v ns ) V»1oclpe«1*a,Toyiof»H«le
^ 1h»li-IIea«!a, Dotl-Itodlea Doll
Carriage*, l n <t largeat, ».heapc»t and best fine <
BABY CARRIAGES tn the State.
AND
—SOLI AOSTfl t.» «OR—
HARPER'S BAEAR PATTERNS.
„ArüJ:'*»/'■• *<> «'ll *"« raamlne oo
or good* and prie«« before pur chasing.
TABLE, STAIR aitd FLOOR OIL CLOTHB
l-ia-12-«W1Aw
vAriatv
] VELA WARE CARPET HOUSE,
A-' KO. 80» MARKET STREET.
We have jen rwrirH a Urge stack
-or rum—
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-FLT
TNGRAINS AND damask
CARPETINGS
—Also « large aRsortraant of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING» AND WIN
DOW SHADE».
«rftv, a« a «all and aaM.fy yen ml f that
fielt* Car «.In,.
we am
HENRY »REBE,
«nuuMTOr. R
MAtmoAV iww.
■PHILADELPHIA, WTlr* fST
1 MINOTOK AND Ml
t RAILROAD.
OCTOBER, Otb, IMS.
Train« will leave wllinltijrion m Follow for i
Philadelphia and Intermediate *t«tlon«-4.IA7.00k
ID.*), a! m. 2. SU, 4.00, 7.30, AM» P« U.
Philadelphia (ciprwaH-X.Oh, I.2A «.», 7.SO.
W.on,w.J»,V.*8, 11.58. a.m. U.i\ £5*5.17,8.10,
BALTIMORE
a. il»
7.IS p. •«».
IV .«A ll.U ». ro.
.3S,p. m.
New York—1.00, 2.» «.30, J
•12.H I. U» I.M, 1.17, S.M, 7
<t Intermodule »uilou«— 1.0ft, 9.17
Baltimore
10.00 *. in. «.00 p. ra.
lialtltnorc and Hay Line—8.57 p. m.
Hallt more »nd Washington—1.4J, 4.W, 1.01 9.17
». ra. 1.00, *1.00.1.00, *.A7, 11.0» p. ni.
Italtlmore only— 1.03» 10.00». ». 12.» »nd
Trains Tor Delaware Division »«rave for;
New r»fttle-4.<tt, 9.10 a. ni. 1.05, 3.U), 8.25 p. m
llarrlnirtna and Intermediate »lalhra*-9.10 a. m
1.05, 8.25 p. ra.
Doln.ar and Intermediate »tat Inns—0.10 a. tn.
1.05 p. ui.
HUN DAI TRAIN».
Philadelphia and InlrrmsdistcitatiOBM.llA9i>
I2.noin. van. 7.»«, W.5V p. in.
Philadelphia and Now York -2.00, 2.0a. in. 1.17,
6.3V 7.2* p. n».
Raltlmor«-and Waahlnglon—I.tt, 4.51, 8.<A 9.17,
. in. 11.04p. in.
Baltimore'—1.06 it. tn.
Kor further Information p**MMtgftr* are rr
ferntl to the tim»* Uthli-s p*t*lrd at the depot.
49*Tralns marke«! thus: (•) are limited «-xiire»#
upon which entra for* 1» charged.
J * BjJiyooD, Ueuerol Vassenger Agt.
CHAH. E. |*UttR. General Manager.
OF TIME !
QHAN'OE
FOR PHIL ADSL PÎII A AT 7 A. M.
OM ASU aFTEK MomjAY.
OCT. JOT U, TME MTEAMEK
SAMUEL M. FELTON

(i
will Iwve French strcRt whnrf nt 7.00 ».
»t 1.10 ». iu
ro.. Hook
. und ro
. Hlld Che.
turning leave» IMillnlr||ilila
Kara from Wilmington
ticket* 2j cent». F>
»! 7.10 ».
■2.30 p, Di.
15 rent»; ezruralon
--- . . uni IIfH>k »r 4'heater, 10 cents:
excursion tickets, 15ceuU. Tickets will be »old
return by thri\, \\ .A H. It. It.
to MiuttUsr, 3.»
the boat g<md to
RCcoiiiiuodntion train*, bill», to
cent*; I.luwoud 48 cent»; Wlluiiujrtou,
00 oouu.
pOR NEW TORE.
Electric Line ot Steamers
B»ID from King street wharf, WlDnlngton,
TUKkDATB.
TtlUKSUAVS
and HATU'tDA YU,
ami and from Flor 14,
New York,
at 2 o'clock, p rn.. i
East Hirer,
WEDNESDAYS,
MONDAYS,
and FRIDAYS,
aS 4 o'clock, p. rn. Freight carried
as by any other line. For rates
apply to
* A ! I 1 , 5!l££5 c> 2* m Ho,,th • tr€< * 1 » N>w York;
K. ANDKKWM, Wilmington. Del. 5-23-tf-JO
low
^NCHOR LLNR.
ÜNITK1) HT «TES MAIL BTKAMKIW
Ball Weekly to aad from
NEW YORK and GLAHUOW, via LONDON
DKKKY,
Ciabln ravage, t > •»>. Retnrn» 9110 to |14C
Becond Cabin, ftO. Return Tickets, f75.
booked at low mtes
unexcelled. AI
Main I)«vk. l'anHcngers hookis
or from tlerraany, Italy
Cabin p*»e«
Pa.SHenger are.
Mt ate
nt l<»west rate« to
Norway, Sweden, Pniuiaik, i«\
For books of'Tour* In Hrotland, "rates, pin
Ar., apply to TI EN DKRMON BH« >T»1 ERb, N\.
mli^', or ^ A M LEh f. BKTI5, Adam» hxpreta,
Wllmlinrtnn
CO .4 U.
J All NOW PREPARED TO DEI.IVEl
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
—OF—
MUFBBIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY' USE
—AT TUO—
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
All coal wall acrecned
put in cellars.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OK FOURTH BT.
AA - ! «lephonlc eommuDlcail«
of the cl tv.
with all part»
a UK 12
gOMETHINO NEW.
Conncllsville Coke!
Crushotl for family txre.
Ego, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite sixes, $7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST !
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT I
Chas. Warner & Co.,
Market Street Wharf.
>100
yiCTORY ! VICTORY !
f DET UÜT THE ROOSTER !
Tlavlng overcorae every ohatacle I have
NEW SHOE STORE,
Ä,™ Ä. TH W»>=Tr .tr««.
opened a
A - MORTON.
»♦vO,®,fS.*M-I4
Mr Ml AT AT AH
güBSCRIB* vor
TUE SUNDAY STAR.
u
ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,
U
- TU i
Only 8unday Newspaper
—in—
WILMINGTON.
All the Local
!
Telegraphic News!
Strictly Non-Partisan.

8DPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS
ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
AN
"THE STAR
»
I« served to subscribers
roughont the city
•wly on Sunday mornings at tb«
moderate pries of
!
TWELVE CENTS A MONTH. PAYABLE
AT THE END OF THE MONTH.
SINGLE COPIES,
THREE CENTS
4
4
ADD U £31*
J. B. BELL
2Sr^. ICIN<B ®T
•7 ttIKl I
•'•»«F Uu«i«
ftEW «Of \-ti
t
s - b. STAATS
No. 405
Markt t
otrl
is OPENING
new
ENULIfill, FRENCH
almost L>A1 U
•nd beautiful
In
rte «lgigj
ANÜ OEHmJ
fancy hosie:
FOR LADIES, CENTS
• Also op.nlng , Ur , t
HKLKCTED
AND Miss
WELl
STOCK
OK
Ladlub',
Ocntlcmcu»
«h j
u>;;4
Merino Underwe
AT TU« ViU-.Y LOWEST
N-w Krim. «1mm,,
■^yil.LIAM B. 8IIAKP,
Fourth and Market Sts
New Dress Goo
AT REDUCE!) PBICFJ.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Ulrwt from Ui, tapcrier.
Cloths and Cassim:
To, largwt stock *e „er 0 c , „
-Alw , ftu line of
Cari-ets and Oil Cloths,
r ro« «6 eenu to p.co per j „j.
WM. B. SHA]
Fourth and Market St
market rJ
A'..»tSll«,M
F IN AH VIA L.
I'HI ARTIZANS SAVING BANS.
NO. IKB MARKET »T1IF.ET,
iKCOIirORATED JANUARY 21TH. 1 =
Open to receive deposits from 0 a u
and on Tuesday and Hatunlhr
tO SO'CllKk,
BEMI-AN N UAL DIVIDEND,
de In April
not withdrawn tb
). until
?
K!
deposit«. 'I hns permanent •!
tnelr Interest twic«* In
il
«il
lits
ch year
MANAUl.RS:
Clement B. Hinyth,
Chanen W. Hnniaml,
Nathaniel It. He
Henry K. Dure,
\V. Hnitingi«,
Edward 1*
U**org** W. Ilu«
f.-'orycS. ( »n.
M. !.. I.irhUtu
Elwsrd harlln
.IiiDlt. Ja,
.'J, « 11!Km II.
Anthony Higgins.
GKOROK W. IU su, I
F. H. < 'A l'KLLF. Vice
E. T. TAYLOR, Tn»
•I. M. MATIIEI!
bebSl-ly
I aHRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WILMlN'd
RarwsrTour or ma Public Mo n
-AND
FINANCIAL AGENTS
—OT—
THE UNITED
Howard Dstt-*, President,
. 1) AliMHTROXQ,
PAID UP CAPITAL, WCIXUOO.
• •
Philadelphia, New York and Bn-ton
flmilebt-d lo regular IH-posItor*
lUucount+iiay*, MONDAY# and THU
i». 2 U h. ra.
DlRINTORri:
.lohn II. Ad*
James
Will!
F .
eminent It. Hinyth,
Georg« \Y. Hush,
Dan lui Jam«-», | FiH-.rr.
HauiucJ Bnacroli. Jr.
TMin
IL
R. It. ROBINSON &
BANKERS AND BROKERS]
Fourth and Market StH
ron sale:
6,000 Delà ware City 4 ^ per «ai. box-lU
r.uv and eell Hloek* in«1 bord»
Lutté
Ir Jl'n '.d, j
fercht
id drafts on Rngland.
id 8wlt7orlan«l Tssiitt«.
IIKNIIY L. BAY»io:.0. ALU.NZOUKW
raliali
ENRY L. RAYMOND & CO.
STOCK BROKER
NOS. 4 AND OHNE P'fKEET,
H
Buy and sell for Investment, and
moderate margin Bpruri'iea «!•
the New York Cjtoek Exchange,
claps privilege» tt t favorable rule»,
located from
g lo Invest sum* >
- 950 to 91,000, are invit
write for us for particulars.
Financial Report maiied free. Sinai
executed at current rates. Refer to H
Mom hers of N. Y. Stock Exchange, (
of New York Central Railroad Cl
B ro minent Manufacturing and Mej
uafncM Hoiifee««. Refereue«» awl
nr»nllr«l on ar.ilicnfion.
Wall
distantly
wlshln
front
EY1SRY /fW.jSfESR*
•f Pier
aVSA,; a*i»«i iw
dl*«rd«ri t ' r * 4 " | < y T . b {s. B |.r«8 tl
SHOULD^
BUB teâSKïT
SA ASTON UL* LUV C»., «** •'■II#* St
KH?
ft I) I CAL «YK
: 1
:u
EVERY M
Should Und»»''»ndhl8o*J n
IM»'*« c
ff.xiuir.
oriufeuioo
Rswras- œfiSÿS
"gay
fiSS«s8!iS.isaai5a
I. tv imrtTvr*, aad »fia» «
UARKIED AN» i T in
Adär,..,
I
PURER
INpIAi..
From tlicIHf trief» «f A|fiA?L , |T1 '.
4 AIIIAHKAN'DRA \ I,aim I
DEIIItA DOON ,n«l pfUer* ' A
parlor In flavor. ■ . * cl iiioinl«:
gri*cpr*. JOH •** V* ' .,, ■' i i»n a « i>
feeCalcutu I-» ^ „aÄ, '»; Wak
Sul
K<JK Veak.
1>
York noveltle« ln «ErinctinJ"
NecawMr furm.n.Jl»to
SHIRTS !
ÏÏÏ* rcpuUti on
4
Onr One Dollar Hütrt .
eelleac» unequalled in fbUclty.
FURNISHING good
belonging
MEN'S
A full Un» ot »verythluf
•pecte*. t
WM. B. COU
202 MARKET 8TR

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