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(h* Anlrn»! Klngd Ht. I oui» 7 . 00 . ,gl f«on! oiobe*I>rmocra«.) .i„ut»oVlo<k )e»lrrd»T mornln* the ul ,,f Keeper Weiner« at the Zoo l fiarrll'Il'« <*"■ f»»« 110 * < rr * ,t com - lol " I ln the iton'a cage. "I kn"* »*>»t " , "ina.tcr," .M Mr Weiner. "I ,,, the llon'i care anil there lay the ,. "'J, iu klnr « pretty little cuh about a h „I 1 .She «ai a* proud a. only .ueh t" 1 ;" 1 I l>", hut >» asvage a* a meat *" The old lion sat back on hl« haunches ,u '- , rm r iiHfklnr »er)- much Interested, h. « hotter than to venture near to Cr hi* coneratulatlona. Ä'Ä^tc« »re curious alKlUt that T ,■ mother .if the cuh. will not let her lord 1 .. . the younr for weeka after their Sir h for the reason, I suppose, that he may " ' The* are apt to do It, especially tlalty. Alter a rood deal of trouble 'm nine I r"t the lion »nd lioness aepa , D ,1 | )U c her with her cub lu the ad r > nier care, with a dark compartment for the cub. She went In the latter place at arc and was In Ihere n couple of hours, I think, from the variety of noises this «'moon there la more than one cubuow." rertalnly seemed to bs, for the cries tin-reform sounded like sixteen roof. of Uto to «ra She would have Lion*, titters and cil il' 1 ' this 'filtre that came J.;/. Ti cat* on a y, -i.-rday slicrnoon the lioness appeared .«Hit i-ügc und 6ecmcd the picture of tcniini-nt - The old lion, In his cage ad naii'hed for her grow l and her atep all curiosity and anxiety. But i'iieu f, I ding time cumc be grabbed bte four ,., 1111 . 1 « of meat and bailed himself al l It, apiwrentlv to the exclusion of all iiioughts. When the lioness got her , lW t She curled It at once to the dark cage idicrc kcr cubs Jay. ■ I ■ mining and t:i)|ill»li Artists and Kogllsb Horace. (.uii'loti better of the New York Tribune.] instance of the extraordinary com Ah an uetilloii among painter* 1 may mention that L ri . a ,lv there are three competitor« for the naiitle of old Harry Hall of Newmarket, •I, painter of race hör«*«, on whom that -urim-D devolved ou the death of Herring. SiulibH, the pain ter of Eclipse and the famous J„ rM> ( ,f hi* time, was far excelled by Her rin-;. while Hall »bowed a certain falling off fioiu the list named master. Now there I« a smart race for Hall'« position, and three favori*« s arc already before the public. A Mr. H' l'kin* has got the order from Lord Falmouth to paint Dutch Oven, a Mr. Nor of ( liHtcnliam i* to paint Haeknesa for Robert I'eck, but both of those may be out ,,ut by ML* Rosa Corder, a lair-haired ho has taken Harry Hall's young lady hid f-tudio ut Newmarket. She Is very i-r and knows how to make a picture of ir«c unlike the common horse-picture, >li r •-••iiiblov a hot-house sign. It is odd < • [d icing of the animal In profile and „• middle of the picture conduces to the it dl*l when Mr. n<>lman Hunt i i -The Scapegoat." Miss Corder is , ; .tiiitiiiir Kxeicr for Charley Blanton •her pictures for Christopher. Alto r t!u lady artist has plenty of work easy winner. Her tu -, ! ;■ où promises U> be reached by a narrow alloy opposite r -Lis, ami is close to Prince's old stable, Jure !!.'■ horses were poisoned 70 years .oircns« for which Dali Duwsou was î ai.-e»l ut Cambridge. Ulii-re l olgnr was IlhlHksu. i î New York iS un recalls attention to m-tcry Folger'« prt.phecy that a Demo v.c'ory in the recent election would i Gilo.tcl by a great shrinkage in values of r:y ilirougliout the country. It gives able showing to what extent this prophecy has been realized. Government .r;.-ret ut. bonds in New York aud Lon J .i : w.-re quoted on November 20 at exaetly a: • prices as that given on Octolier 11, n r. tary Folger made his prediction, is., y Mno-cighth of one per cent, lower tUr - lection-day quotations. New York c-jf.iMnck jitooti the same ou November tii-uu November H; Pennsylvania Kail M'i eot-k. «uie-elghth higher; Chicago, i un«l (Juiney stock, tlireeaud one nt. lower; Union Pacific sttn^k, •; Western Union Telegraph ■ k.i-iie ami live-eighths per ceut. higher, ami N**w York and New Haven Railroad k. two per cent, higher. These are rc iir-.-euUitiv«- quotations, and they show how '■'T-riy null.iimled are all theories connect - with the value of property when al polit y of both parties is so well I well established as now. lint) Burliii rtlv tl the tins An Obstinate Ferryboat. 1 1 rrylmat General J.8. Shultze,plying h Jvaigbn'ü Point and Philadelpliia. inUi the Mouth street slip.on Thurs o.i oing under full headway and partly Li d the dock. The accident oe tly after 7 o'clock, when the nying lew pssseugers. As the • -1 turned its how toward shore and ap ' - îit 1 tin .'lip the pilot rung for the en î.» ht«»|» tlie engine. As the en • : * ntiiiu««! with undiminished speed 1 i <>t uguin signalled the engineer, ::un- ringing to reverse the fcaihiiM-ry The signals were answered,hut as unalfle to work the valve would not "unhook" and to he reversed. The bout * :ru k tin* l,rlilge with such foree as to drive Pc fastenings. The float-box was idnl filling with water In a short e.inying the bridge down wirli Hhultze sustained no material Tlie boats of the Kalghn's Point 'Ging the slips of the Glouee-ter M the foot of South street, until the 'ip if-repaired. Pontoons were yes a work raising the submerged to *"1 Do: li lr. n.R. >t. The «limas'e. fer "I'JH hrWjft. Es «> Report» That Do Mi»chl«r. Plilliidi lphlu Times.] f (letaile in relation to tin* Iron rouhlej indicate that there is no R off in the? demand lor these no prospect of any. Ou the i* consumption is increasing capacity ol production, how ■cased much faster than the de Miles aud lower priées must ,, s ult from such a course. The u." :i ' ul,, l intelligent iron und steel pro • *' I • in 'ill ti... i .it... ...i.... Tlio ) «I f. L'lci .1 Hi '«m- 111 leading manufacturing i n -j„ attributing tbe present low ï'iui ,u • ,HM ' tau8cs - They also agree , r " I,u ; ,v >■» no serious danger of a general *b>u 11 l>Uh hicss. It is high time tlio , ni •»»«! false reports which have circula freely lately c ls Do real \\> to an end. There (dation lor them and they do „( " M •'I'T by creating a general distrust j:.. ' ''bute business prospect which is en - unwarranted by the actual facts. "Hucinipaib». ijvv i*).' 1 ( ' 1 <im lù ettî cure, all annoying Kid br'u'-r r u,ul Urinary diseases. ?1. •j. Hlunkets. iuWii J? ref ''' t ' fiuoßt und best blau ket offered f,u U | . "^L 011 ,or niany years ut $-5, can be 4v K "«nard A Co., No. 021 Market «le ;r The Tale That Tells. 1/ i . ..V^ 1 ( intnd Monthly Drawing ol tho 1 ..! "V ", , lottery at Now Orleans, «»n Hid • * , J ,lVri Tuesday), Oct. 10th, 1882, tho ''•mi „'7 " r «- v olvod, und no shadow of susnl l! hi nies» rests where Oen'ls O. T. 1 "i La., and Jubal A. Kurly of Va., Fu l»ervi«lon of tho distribution, i j 1 .' ,nu uth. Names of many winners 1,1 "«im the public at their request, drew the first capital prize of sold in filths at one ., .1. A. Dauphin, Now J wo-hrths, drawing #30,000, was "•is. Rous», a thrifty Gorman "»Ion Parish, La.; Gw'yun Harns r 0 « 1 »' * iea *tb Office Inspeetor.and •>l, i. • . i* 10 t'o-operatlve loo Co., both i.'Vi ""K 10 «! City, D. C., each hold '• 1 he second capital nrlto ol'#26.* r! n '»'»nnersold in fifths to ticket • n, * 'ut!i hold by 3am. Hobson, a of Memphis, Tonn.; another i .. r r *i w / or fisvlIlo, Tenu., and so on. :«Held m V drcw the third oupltttl(# 10 . 000 ) ; r *w tlio f mi L CaK °- HI. Nos. 14,o02 and 68.73« lï 1 ' 11 1 n 1 ,. c *e««.a 1 priiM, two of W.000 ffrior ,, r to F. Snncan, tho pro li '-' | l«T)t n„,„l' ,t 'i''' UJ ' (L«.) .ViWln.l; ooo to n ' ,ot irii-ïn ' Ntw Y " rl > d«?. «W- »!• «f those wh ® X0 ®Pt fur a few brilliant exam e who venVurod sad won—next ! Ui Ti P ] ■> ■ l»ri iy girt. Jolla n •"«•li La. •oil 11 T A.<r lit m i T V Li Hi Ki> It'eli, «i :>y Tic] - BKFOKK AND AVTBB. A PollMool Predict ion That the Author Coolly ItcpudlMlrd. [Wall Street New».) Bom« man don't «moi to understand th* d'Ut rence between political assertion# and business facta. Three or four day« before election a Baltimore lawyer made a political apcech in a country vlllaue. Being a red hot Republican h* naturally gave the Demo cratic party the beat be had, ami other tiling asserted that In c among of Demo craflc Huri-t'HH the country would have to pay the Confederate bond*. Two or throe days altar election aman walked Into the lawyer'* office, opened a valise ami took from It $'.i2l),00U ol Reb bonds aud said : "What arc they worth I" "Four centa a pound." "But the De I mH* ratio party baa triumphed." "What ol that f" "But. won't the country have to pay these bond« ?" "Not by a Jugful).'* The bondholder looked steadfastly at the lawyer for a long minute and then slowly said : "Well, by gum ! Alter 0« of us Republl cans who listened to your speech went and voted the Democratic ticket in order to realize on our bonds you now tell me that you didn't mean what you said." A Decided Différence. f.Baltimore Day.] lti It* sketch of Thurlow Weed yeatenlay the New \ork Time* mid that one occasion the Democrats ol the .State .Senate with that "brazen Indecency and brutal disregard of the right# of opponents for which the party is ever notorious" took from the presiding officer (L<euteuant-Uovernor Bradlsh, u W hig,) the right to appoint the committees ol the Senate. Do we hear arlgh*—brazen Indecency ami brutal disregard of rights ! Uow about ISM and 1864 and 1869 and 1879, when the Republican Senate treated the Democratic Lieutenant-Governors .Jone« and Beach In like manner, and the five years beginning with 1875, wheu another Democratic Lleutenant-Goveinor, William Dorsbeimer, presided over a Republican Senate with both hands tied ? Of course there can be no Republican liras* or bru tality about tbege actions. Men oung or old suffering from nervous or physical debility or Impotence should «cm! to Prof. Marstou, 198 Fulton street, New York, for a complete treatise Sent under cover, free. on lost maii tts,w hood. Cancer» and Other Tumor» troatod with unusual succurh b , World'» Dispensary Medical Association, Hutialo. N. Y. Send stamp for pamphlet. IMBR g HAS BEEN PROVED The SUREST CURB for * I KIDNEY DI8EA8E8. SE I Doe» a lame book or dlaordered urine Indi cate that you are a Tiotim P THEN DO NOT HESITATE: uae Kidney-Wort at onoe, (dru* Elsta recommend it)and It will speedily oome the dt» ease and restore healthy action I orilOC For oomplainta peculiar kulllvva to your »ez, euch aa and weakneaaea, Kidney-Wort 1» unauxpaaeod, ae It will act promptly and safely. Either Sex. Incontinence, retention of urine, brlok dust or ropy deposits, and dull dragging pains, all spoedily yield to lu curative power. IS- BOLD BY ALL DBUOOIBT8. Prloe « 1 . I 5 c « l KIDNEY-WORT HH 1 "Wc d«i hereby rtlfy that for all the Monthly pPTVl**' 1 Menit arrangeme Annuul Drawing» of The I.oiiDlana State Lottery Company, nndlnpe Drawing, themselves, and that the same aru «lueted with honesty, fairness, and In good fa'th toward all parties, * this eertlfli* manage and control the •i autlmal/.e the Ith fae-slmle» :nts." jmny ou sb'iiaturen attached. In It** ud\ertlso -y~'A is? 2*}} ( ouiinlnBlouer,. U NPRECEDF.NTF.D ATTRACTION ! OVER HALF A MI!.LION DISTRIBUTED. Louisiana State Lottery Co. icorporated tn iwa ror zs years by the Legt sin ; for K<lucatl«»n»I and Cliurltahie purpose»— with a ni|)ltal of#1,000,000—to which a reserve fund or#550,000 has since been a«lded. i,.. ... overwhelming |»opular vote Its franchise «le a part of the present State Constitution adopt« I Dtn « mher 2d. A. D., imp.). IT# grand single number draw ings will take place monthly. It hull« : y scale» the following dl*trl : GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT, During which w ill take place the l. r »lst GRANT) MON fill. Y and the KX l«.\«»KDIN ARY SEMI ANMVL i » IC A H I NG AT N E'.V ORLEANS, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10th, Ï ersonai sujie :ral GENERAL JUBAL A. EARLY of \ Uniter the gement of G EN .a., aud G. T. BEAUREGARD of I Capital Prize, $100,000. ♦A* NOTICE.—TICKETS ARE TEN DOLLARS ONLY. HALVES, #5. FIFTHS, #2. TENTHS, #|. j.iltof PKir.xs: 1 Capital Friz«, of #100,000 «IPrlzeof "■ 1 Grand Prize of '1 Large Prizes of 4 Large Prizes of 2o Prizes of .'«0 Prizes of 100 Prizes of 2^0 Prizes of 630 Prizes of 10,000 Prises of .fioo.noo . £■ 1,000 . 2 »,000 .V«, 000 1 Gr 20, U00 ,001 5,000. 1 , (M O . 20,000 21,000 500 000 800 .... 10,(00 .... fiO.OOO .... 100,000 10) 10 . APPHOX1MATIOK PIHZICH 100 Anprox tumtlou Prizes of #200 no " " 100 .f 20.010 7ll0) .#622,500 •lubs should only tie 11,279 Prizes, »mounting to. for rat«* >fthe company In New OrJe apply to Application a«le to the o|» Fer informât! M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, ». tv?; Seventh Street, Washington, D. C. Orleans wll •J5-«t,6w-wA* N. B.—Orders addressed to N prompt attentt j^DAMS AND BROTHER, No. 504 Market Street, —CHEAP— Cash Variety Store. TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS, ü,lï "'SSSIbv N0 ^ I LaÖiM' * GKNTH' UNDERWEAR, BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS CROCKERY, tin. G LABS WARE, RAG, HEMP, INGRAIN* AND tiTAllt CARPET, STAIR RODS, CURTAINS. ^ .' The largest, chcpcot and l)««t Une of BABY CARRIAGES in the State. —BOLE AO EN tu »OB— HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS. It will pay you to call and f.ammeour varie» of good, autl price, before pur.'baaing. TABLE, STAIR and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, l-lg-tl-tt-il.w A CARD. To all who are .uffertng from the «r«r« oflndl. eretlona of youth, "«»"."VTff^el." 'a wJw)"hal l?m euS'yol irï'ltEE'oV eil AB«*. JhfiV" 1 * . ' ,lv was discovered by a missionary In Hoiitu AnH rloa Seod a self-addressed envelope to the BEV. JOSEPH T. INMAN, Mattoo^ N«. Ycwk 1er OamaMs 1 VIA,THING. # «AI • S s III i\] t cL. THE POPULAR Double-Breasted Sack Suits AIIE PREPARED IN MOST EVERY KIM).).' MATERIAL. WARM, DISPLAY OOOD KKJUHKS TO AD VANTAGE AND ALWAYS LOOK DRESSY. THE PINE SATIS-LINED, WITH AN D IN LAID BUTTONS, ARK PARTICULAR LY HANDSOME AND CATCH THE EYE OF THE CHESTNUT STREET PROMENADE!!. PRICES AS USUAL—"MODERATE. ' ' THEY ARK TOUGH AND »EARL A. C. YATES & CO., LEDGER BUILDING, Chestnut and Sixth sts. PHILADELPHIA. *eptl3t]su-S4 QUR ASSORTMENT OVERCOATS ij ä y j > \ X \ Cannot bo beaten, either in Style, Goods or Price, for Men Youths' Boys' or Children. Rock bottom prices and all clothing guaranteed as repre sented at John H. Moore's 228 MARKET ST. THE OLD AND RELIABLE CLOTHING HOUSE. Full lines of all kinds of Goods for Winter wear, to-day and examine them. Iltjanl-12ö Call TII POPULAR 50 MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE I » I I •TTT ill! M In the city of LOUISVILLE, Thursday, November 30th '82. These «lrawlngs occur monthly under provisions run ant of the General Assembly of Kentucky. The United Mat«-» Circuit Court on March 81 >ndered the following decinlon: First—That the Commonwealth Distribution fund. Rood NOVEMBER DRAWING. .#80,000 . 10,000 . 5,000 . 10,000 . 10,000 . 10,000 . 10,000 . 12,000 . 10.000 . TIKI . 1,800 1 Prize 1 Prize 1 Prize 10 Prizes, 1,000 each 20 " 500 " too •* .» •• 20 " 10 *• 300 «00 1,000 latlou ;; Approx^ no ■ too •• u . «112, «0 1 , 8.0 Price.. WHOLK TIOKKT: 27 Ttcketa«»: ASTlrkels, «100. Kemlt Money or liant. 1'ral: In Letter, or eond by KapreM. Don't wnd by Hegltdcred Letter or POM (fltlee Order. Order, of «6 and upward by Jr, nfpgg can be sent at our expense. Address all «r«fer»to R. M. BOARDMAN, Courler-Joimial Uulhllng, Louisville, Ky., <»r, R. M. BOARD SajK & Broad wav. New York. «.*> AW-lr-«6 . HALF TICKET«, #1. LHJVUH UÊ.JkLMMë. COSMOPOLITAN HOUSE. 200 WEST SECOND ST., WILNINUTO.-V, OKI.AWARH. CHOICE LIQUORS AND SUGARS. THE BEST LAG Lit IN TUB CITY. Warm Luaok evoj, worulug and Saturday •Iftht. A II All HICK, uov24-tt-*> „ Proprietor. : - :n; PM Wholesale Liquq m QRANGE GROVE PURE RYE WHISKY. -IN FACT THK PUREST. RICHEST AND BKaT KYJC WHISKY EXTANT. bottle. By the xslios JAMES A. KELLY 1 Uniform In qualitv Absolutelypure rye. ich aud delicate In flavor. and safe tonic. A rHIahlc btlim-lam 9. W. COH. TENTH AND ORANGE STS. A mv&-iy-2S TOHN P. DONAHOE, V -BOTTLER OF 4ND HOLE AGENT OK WILLIAM MASSEY ft OO.'tt PHILADELPHIA Ale, Porter and Brown Stout, —ALSO— « Oletirated Rartholomay Rochester Beer. Jhe brewing* are unequalled for pnrltvaud flavor: constantly on baud In keg» bottled. Mlueral waters lu all the different Have - 517 AND 519 ORANGE STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. «•Polite and accommodating drivers. Orders iintly attended to. H Telepho ny mall p ted with tbe « U also connec KxchauKC. and bis signal "u* myl-lS W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8. BONDED WAREHOUSE« pure rye whiskies from the following celebrated dis tilleries' A. Overholt A Co., Jannnrr 1*79 and J A. Guckeuhelmer ft Bro., May 1S79. John Gituion, Mon A Co.,May 1879 and June H#0. llannlH DlHtlllliiff O., August 1879. Hherwood, November 187« Ne versink ( Reading, Pa.,) Februare, 1880. Mt. Vernon, May, 1880 . g.,ids v/ill be sold either In bond or tax paid at the lowest market rates. Mum pic» may lie seen at this 1880. .1.1 The nh NO. 103AIARKET BTREKT. my.5-20 FRANCI8 KELLY A CO. n AJiXicjcs CVMM I _ "W3Tft 1^ tû .AA; I r* Vi CtlXti G a\ a fig CURE Disease effect, not a cause, its origin l* within; Its man! fest atlons without. Hence to cum the disease the cause must be removed, other way can a cure ever be effected. WARNER'S SAFE KIDNEY AND LIVE i< lust this principle. 111 CURE Is established realties that 9e5 Per Cent. of all dlseas liver, culty. The elr directly upon • irotn deranged ktdnevs the ro«»t of lliedlfli mento of which It 1, com pose«! act these great organs, both <1 by placing them In u healthy d pain from the system. >!«•» caused by wu rand Urinary Organs ; for «■rs of Woni«'U ; forMalarlu, angcincntH geueralljr, this tual. Be ware of Imposters, 'lions s ild to be]ust as good. For Diabetes, a.<k for WARN EK'H SAFE DIA BETES CURE. For Male by all dealers. <1 It strikes at a food conditio For tin* Inmi healffiy Kidney, LI the distressing l>l»n and for physical «I miedy has ihl<' ' lmltath H. H. WARNER A OO,, ROCHESTER, N. Hunted AGENTS ! AGENTS! AGENTS! For GEN. DODGE'S bran' Thirty-Three book, entitled Years Among OUR WILD INDIANS! A true record of the Author * Thirty- Three i' ( able Introduction Experience among ovr Indians. With By Gen . Sherman. This now work Aumua and at tubscribed for by President ire Cabinet, and by Oen. Sherman, Gen. k, and thousand$ of Em the best book on 1 rritten." Bishop Wilkt (Methodist) Grant, (ten. Sheriden, Gen. lia inent Mon. Gkn. Grant eay«:-"/< Indian Life •ays :—"It is a book of immense value." It la the only authen Indians ever published, fülle reveal dolnga, exploits, etc. It is Of ing their "Inner Ufa,'' replete with thrilling experiences of the Author, and of fa mous Scouts, Trappers, Cow-boy», Minen, Border Ruffians, etc., vividly portraying Life in the Great Weet as It now is. 4fid thousand inj>re*.i. With Steel Engravings and Superb Chromo- Lithograph Plates in 15 colors, from photographs made by the U. 8. Government expressly for this great work. AGENTS! This grand book is now out-selling all others 10 to 1. No competiti orders a day. We Agent« arc rope 10 to SO w Ax il r large clrcn Plat» sole pub s, , Conn. l>25-46td lOOO dory and S/ieciul Terms given, t ! ars with full particulars sent free.. A fine Spec! sent in addition for a o stomp. Addrc-R« A. V. WORTHINGTON & CO.. Haktu DYES bg-T^iSI;® pSELt® BEFORE-AND-AFTER - Ft Electric Appliances aro sent on 30 Days' Triai. TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD > YtrilO are Buffering from Nbrvous Debility, W Lost Vitality, Lack ok Nekvk Foeck Wastiho WkaKNKBSES, and all those diseases of a Personal Nature resulting from ABrsits and Other Cau 3KS. 8iH*edy relief «nd complete mtioaof Health,V loonand Manhood guaranteed. The grandest dh*«?overy of the Nineteenth Century. Bond at onco for 111 nut rated Pamphlet free. AdilroM VOLTAIC BELT 00.« MARSHALL, MICH. I DAXJLi AJtlß WEEKLY GAZETTE. -THE DAILY GAZETTE, 11 u -Uti DJ£H New Management, -WITH New Features. The Only Democratic Daily in the State ! FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS Reports by Telegraph. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS A LIVE PAPER J For "LIVE" People! ONE Only One Cent, CENT, -OK Six Cents per Week. Twenty-five Cents per Month. SERVED BY CARRIERS IN AIL TARTS OF THE CITY. By Mail, Postage Paid: One year, $3.00 in advance. Six months, $1.55 in advance. Three months. 80c in advance. THE DELAWARE GAZETTE ( WEEKLY. ) A Paper for the Whole Peninsula. THE FARMERS* FAVORITE JOURNAL. CROWDED WITn LOCAL AND TELEGRAPHIC NEW8. The Cheapest Paper Published in the State. A First-class Advertising Medium for those who desire specially to reach the Agricul tural Classes. Terms• One year, $1.00 in advance. Six months, 60c in advance. Three months, 30c in advance. A ADDRESS: BELL (fc TAYLOR, KING STREET, NO. 502 LM1NÜTON, DF MST MTHCELLANKO US. REMOVAL! .■'AH From S. W. Cor. to X. E. Cor. Fifth and King Si WHERE W.C HAVE Of EN ED A NEW Steam Marble and Granite Works. Our Wareroom Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection of MONUMENTS, STATUARY', TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC., j Ever offered In Delaware, made expressly foç our new wareroom from tie newest designs and at the lowest prices. DAVIDSON & BRO. o ct7-g»tf' e. H. McWhorter a- go.; -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc. <N. •V L îw a -L-Vjj m.' '"«a Wt. i n ■ -U ■ ^*tug ■ V ■ v ', ai Ji 'Y. '\ '• tm sJ*> V STEAM ENGINES & SEPARATORS No. 215 West Front Street, Wilmington, Del ■ Ï S-12-dw CHEAP JOHN AG AIN ! It will pay parties purchasing TIN or CROCKERY, ol any description, to give him a call and prove to your own satisfaction that he sells from 2U to 50 per cent, less than any house in town. Sales in the evening. , 416 M ARKET STREET. A-Sm-21 FARMERS USE A RELIABLE FERTILIZER FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO. BpWOiie of the best Fertilizers ever used in New Castle county. For facts of the rase inquire ol Samuel Hanby, Norris Talley, Curtis C. Ilanby, T. S. Robinson, Charles Talley, C. M. Talley and others. A. SCOTT & SON, General Agents, Ward P. O., Concord Station, Balto. Central R. R J VI. HINKSON, Traveling Agent. A I>l*. ?*• i 'vSt.eow-JMS CLARE JOHNSON'S V; Indian Blood S Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver. * Bowels, Hidneys, Skin and Blood. I Millions testify to its efficacy in heal ling the above named diseases, and pro XV' nounce it to be the BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN. Gu aranteed to cure Dyspepsia. |f*AGENTS WANTED. TRADE MARK Laboratory 7 7 W. 3 d St, New York City. Druggists sell it Establish!:» 1881. H. KRUGER & OO.. No. 940 Market Street, (Post Office Block) Philadelphia^ Importers. Wholesale and Retail dealers In POTTERY, FRENCH CHINA, BOHEMIAN GLASS MAJOLICA, CURIOUS PARISIAN AND GERMAN FANCY GOODS, AND ENGLISH DECORATED DINNER, TEA AND TOILET WARE. Remember the number (Post Office Block) : 940 Market Street, second door below Tenth, Philadelphia Ions r Wall Papers, Window Shades,China,Lamps & Glassware -The reliable place to get any of the above goods Is E. C. G. GÏIEENMAN & CO., NO. 411 MARKET STREET, WIL., DEL. Where y can always get flrst-cla»s goods at reasonalile prices. We cordially Invito you to coll E. C. G. GREENMAX. GEOROE W. GOODLEY. 6-26.w&dt-lm-2l JOHN MEALEY, NO. 205 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. Sole Agent for State of Delaware for WERNER & CO.'S C 1 h h m p agiT e TV i n © PRICE LIST. Per Case 13 Qte. 94 Pta. «7.00 ?8.00 do DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES. 5 Cases 10 Coses 35 Cases Ä per cent. 10 per bent. 15 per cent. IMPORTED BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT. m IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS. Bure Rye Old Star Whisky, , Diamond O "Whisky.