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1h« 1 In the if* be be as (ISTAausHn m 1 Tt4.) EVERT DAT, EXCEPT SONDAT. BI3I.I. A TAYLOR, ■nnou up pyiumi Mum» » Cow— in wr run or nre Cnv »T Sm Cmt. mb Wo», ob Twe«T»-Fivi CtHT, »I. Month. P»««' to to. Wmibab Au tnonimo O ottsrTon, Amo to no otmwi, on at tw« t»o»Mtss Ornes BY MAIL. , . «S.M Om rcaa. . . 1.56 •u Ukomths, . • Tn« Wiashmotwm TtirrMOrt« Ex aecTEo ohamok, ano News oe 8 r. m. 0 « 7 a. a. THZ SAZOTTB, Wiuw mmm , Om» $ßÜg: V R1UU1IUWS, TllblUAI, DIM'. S. The Preetdeat's Mi ;e. In olden 'line« the Prealdeut'e mewage great feature of tho admlnistratloD «.« a and wax looked for a« an authoritative ex pression of the political policy to He purem d daring the two jean# oext to come, lor which reason it proved a document anxiomly awaited tor by tho politician» and eagerly perch'd by all cttJaens who felt an active In terest in the political affairs ol the day. Times have greatly changed, aud it is now Kafo to *ay that the message of the Execu tive in regarded of scarcely more importance than any of the departmental reporU by th* True, it may b* jvople of tho country, more generally read, but when that 1« said mil 1* »aid, and the mintage occupi«« no »hare of public attention twenty-fo after it appear» in the public prints. The tneseage of President Arthur, which was read u Congress yesterday, proves exception to the prevailing rule, and, spar apology for the exercise of his ai boors Ur from pointing power (n point upon which he ap peal a to have felt public criticism rather kwenly) possesses no distinguishing charac teristic*. As a State paper it sill compare favorably with all the messages of his im mediate picdeceasois. and while Itcontsiue midi! excellent recoyiUiendation« it define« btriking policy aud gives no evidence pan no • M intention of upon of tho author to inaugurate any radical It ha» It* an ebangas or «weeping reforms, humorous ph principles of CivH Service Reform and a repudiation of the political aahe«8nien' ay stem, while Its most commendable portion li the paragraph In which he warmly recoin xn«!id* nsveu uo reform, tariff revi«ion cheaper postal rates and a general reduction lu au endoraemeut of tL of public expenses. The message will bo referred to appropri ate commutées aud printed for broadcaM distribution, but a few fleeting hours wil uwiep it entirely from the public vision, and. a* before, the world will move on precheh «« though an Executive Msseage had nevei been know n. »bed, ut-anoi, This mohnino's Philadelphia 7*rc#« an Bounces a brilliant piece of detective and police service by it« reporters, in the captun ot three men just a» they were coining awa' .•roetery oi that city witt pick Medical Col lege. Tho city editor of the Prc»* •with tho aid of several trust' rep irters, has been Investigating this mat t«T for a long while, convinced that body snatching opérai ions weie boldly carried or, and the result was a plan of operation« that resulted aft ai>ove stated. It Is sal« that Lcbauon Cemetery, where most of thi Colored people inter, has been well ulgl <■ nned out of corpses and 1» hm little mere than a collection of debauchee. ' exposure of the ghoul It-i work Is complete, and as trophies of H« skill aud valor It has three body-snatcher» 1c custody aud live stolen corpbe« awaitiu» ldenÜflcaÜOQ aud reluterrneut by theii .'00. Our «ere ;ood bau a ho t he •end« «raps ic «M-d •out PM&. .iiled rc 15 ot >1 .art from a colored live corj>M*8 intended for the vats of JefferHon li : vc«*. The Pvt - • .1 A DIABOLICAL BC H EM II tO Wreck » si)i| in mid or«-an l* reported by the captain o a b ig which arrived in 8ao Francisco oi rta urday. When four days out he di «•overed four feet of water iu the hold, am* ou examination found that a number o' augur holes had been beared tbrougl the bottom of the boat, throng I which the water lug. A "Iorc watch crew, but no clue to the jierpetrator of tl e horrible outrage waa discovered. This Is » new feature of oceuu dangers, and It is t< t**' hoped that such diabolical attempts I« destroy a »hip aud her entire crew will not often b«* made. pour kept on tin was Thb" Demnc at in»m Millord n rho if engaged in a»»i»tlng the morning organ 1 the laudable effort to d colored p th« eutin te of Delaware Into the Di cratic party, hud better bide his ear« H' hi» identity u clearly apparent o)ice, through the llim»y devise he now apsiunef. We will wa r.t that the fellow never vote* u Democratic ticket iu h'*« life. Tiïf B. & O Hxliroad Company's 11 Red "Book" 1» a valuable publication and is wi.-rth much more than the slight tr« u b 0 of w riting a request for a copy, which i» all that need be donetofecureoi i*. it c«.ntaiiiH election returns, statistics many other items of information ot subotun t.ial value to the general public. d Tnn LoNOFBldLow Memorial Association of Cambridge, Mass., has been greatly ai e I in it« work by tho children, whose fubscr'ptio teen thous •ow ruinier moro thau eigh doliars. Tfie QrasTioN oi f* e aud feed bills at tl e police station 1s ably treated bv a coneo pond nt In »noth r p.irt of to-day'« paper. ThU 1« an important matter and abouhl be tuvealigaied. Child Labor In Fran©«. A Governmental dccr.*e hau jnst been isaaed in France containing six article« re lating to the employment of children In French factories. It is absolutely forbidden henceforth to employ children in the manu facture o* - certain dsngerou» chemicals, or to let boy» under 16 or girls under 18 years of age do hand work at mills. It Is also made illegal to allow boys or girl« nnder a certain age to draw any trucks on the pub lic streets or highways, or when inside the ananufactories to draw any vehicle« which, together with their load, shall weigh more than luO kilogrammes. Neither most chil dren be employed In manufacturing hone, horn, or mother-of-pearl articles, the dust from which is Injurious to the lungs, nor In businesses Involving risk to life and limb, -i, for instance, in slating roofs. Proper ■ventilation ofttie faebovlM 1», moreover, made —mvmiMmr LEGAL re*». 1h« Lawful Com «f a Plain Dmk-Hl|k PlnurM for rwdln* Prlaon«r«. To TH* Editor oe thb Garrttr . I •end »ou for publication Ike loHpwIu», taken Irom the Rentoed Cod», pair* <®A 1 bl. 1» « matter of fl)t*l«*t lo man} peraOM In WIluiliiKton. The law in renard to Io** eharRwd u> defendant« I» crltnlnal rate» U •hatnrlullj abiurd. Bef ar* «»acted from the unfortunate peison» who iro tried for a trivial offence against the law, and the hUyor, Justice of the Peace or any other person uu'horixtJ to try eases of a criminal nature 1mi>o»liig fee* uot specified in the law if* guilty of uialieaseuc© In office, and should be made .to »uffer the penalty. I truet the Le«ittlature will revise the law, so that those exacting fees not specified in the law, will be made to suffer for the violation. For example, a man brought to the police atatlou helplessly drunk. He offers no re aistcuce aud create« no disorder, being dead, as it were, lor the tldne being. He Is tried lor being drunk and found gailty. Now, what are the fees this man has a right to pay under the law! There baa beenjno affidavit made and no warrant leaned, rage r»9l, section 14, Revised Code, states that il.e tine forgetting drunk is SO cents. If the officer paid |l for hauling a druukeu peraou, who was not disorderly, or brought him in a wheelbarrow, the mayor or Justice has no right to add such expense Is a part of the coat. If be does It is iu violation of the law. aud it is time that all euch violation* of law were stopped. The mayor or justice has uo discretionary power and »hey are routined strictly to the lee bill, as found ou puge d:i2. There can be no fee charged legally where no service waa reu dervd or writ iasued. Now, what are the legal Ices in the case referred to I Accord ing to the Tee bill the Bue is 50 cents and no more. The ofli< er is entitled to 50 cents, the same as though he did serve a warraut. (See |*age «£!.) The justice or mayor is entitled to bût 15 cents for euterlug Judg ment,ami the legal fie» this man has a right to pay amounts to $1.15, provided he paid .be »mount wiibout a commitraent being made out. II It wa« made out th« Ice la *5 •• nta, in which case tho legal costs would be $1.45 sod no more. Nuw, let us suppose a case, appear» before the mayor or justice, making omplaiut against U— for being drunk and itsorderiy. Tne tecs In this case would be *» loi Iowa : r or tu klug the deposition of the complain ant . . ?! For Imming u. warrant . . Su|i|wjSi* there moned . I.« iuw says for the tirai .• •••• àu im< iiueI't writs lor either party, each Each writ »halt iuclude all Um wttuosse« «..me party before issuiug it.) f A person o wltnenscH U> be ium II named ft Entering judgment Bup|>o&. the person la found guilty 1 tluvd F- for being drunk and dis orderly. and eovta. it« refuses to pay, tuen, lor acuuimiltueul.. U 2 11.16 Legal fcc» fora Mayor or Justice. K«* s of the constable, wnrraut. mile if in the city.. — eubpuma . ill.ago,one uille. Second subpœua, if id time. 6 0 lb red uî tho name a li 16 .fc-b. Yll the legal fee«. AUl i li.o. . 1 . I'wo wltnewe«, 60 cent* each.... lie e^ch, c ce ul« . Legal eoft« of caae. If th* drfeiidnut wus held for Court the Loud iaaued eo*U. Hie f .K .... % .*>.4* Total. No more fees are legal In «uch cases. Ou page U24 it e«y« that It any officers or r»ous «hall receive any greater or mon r» than are tin rein allowed lor the servlet to give «uch re idiali add uny Item nor herein apt* ing p- citlecl, or «hall re! tip««, »bed, he si.ail U* decimd guilty ol a iniade ut-anoi, and ahull be flued not exoeudin*. .'00. Our cUlrcns, during the recent campaign, «ere promu* d re I or ma bv both parties. A ;ood place to itt-giu is the [>oiice de Tlie City Council pay» not le»« bau $700 u y* ar tor lood 1ui lushed Uumm a ho are locked up at the police station, t he High Countable luruLlies tho iood; in •end« to one of our hold* aud re a bubkeUull of bread and «raps of meat, etc., for whicl* ic pays 25 cents, not otU*u more. Now, 11 •y day tu the year foi «M-d il»e amount would be $91.38, and if li •out $i per day for a vcar it would be bui PM&. I .iiled und the money com*» out of the city rc Mbiiry. 1 he basket ot lood received ir livid, d u * into meal» aud the city charged 15 cents per meal. The profit Is enormo ot let« limn 5t»» per cent. This thing ha* hch going on lor year* and 1« growing A year or two ago it col iboui $HJ per mouth to leed the prl*>ouers, now >1 OUI. ( flit. .art 25 cent» lor : peraon'« pocket must b* •vtry year. aveisge of $'*U or $90. i iduk toe November bill «a « $81. I will .enture to aav that $81 worth ol Hour will .uake bread enough lor all the prison«. i> Kicked up tor a \*ar hud »ome to »par«-, ltd» mod*- of doiug bublti n»da bad much to »ay abou ing the campaign but ihir «1er H« nose lia» not been lookeu Is it aecauae ol lb* >id »ayitiv, that "bird« ol a feaiLer fl<x k • ogetber?" Let the people have light this subject. on othei ■loimiug at ,tt'Op( « I*tic A/ornintf A« .1 legal Ice« d vil right «(ter or inquired into. o' I e » t< I« KaKoR-M. Skinny Men. "Well«' Health Ranewer 1 * reetore* health .ml vigor, cures D)«pepoia, Impotence, iexual Debility. $1. Y i oali I lab aud game of all kinds go to McCaulley stad, King, above ticcoud. Ft tAI lilrd Ml keep* cauariea in constant song and core» liwastt*. 15 centa at drug store. Bird if FimhI Co., 4 amd«-n, N. J. 1 |elFfl8 THE PERMANENT CURE OF I CONSTIPATION. H' Ko othor diaeaaa la ao pro valent in this ooun r jtry sii ConaUpation, and no remedy haa war • equalled the oelebratad KAdney-Wort as a E|oure. Whatovar the cause, however obatlnata , thla remedy will overcomelt. THIS dlatTeaaing com ■ plaint 1» very apt to be complicated with constipation Kidney-Wort Btren^thena tho weakened parta and quickly Q cures all kind« oi Plies « and medicine» have before felled 4» nrif you have either of these troubles < païen » 1.1 I USE kha Red is u i*. PILES when physician» i aanir.nTin l d i GREATEST BABOAIV9 A J »'VER OFFERED IN THIS CITY. PIANOS 1 eigh ^ EE TII« LIST OF > CELEBRATED MAKERS, Tt * tl e paper. be WM. R v ABE ft r '<>.. STEIN WAV fi SONS, F. BACON, BED ING. HARRINGTON, VOS F ♦ «OV, EMERSON, HaLE. N Pi a sob From 8175 Up to %U 600. -ORGANS By The— SMITH AMERICAN CO., TAYLOR A FARLEY CO.,* BRIDGEPORT OO.. . Hale, XI been re In manu or years also a pub the which, more chil hone, dust In limb, n v r t m m m Proper J A SMITH'S made ° 9 ° * « A I II ß FOff&Tl JJTB lEIPLBT 8TS New Organa From $50 Up to »300. Second hand Pianos hv Stelnw .J others for 110. SO, $175 Second hand Organ« bv GeV». Wood, E»t«y, Mason & Hamlin, for $15. $20. «o. fso. * and H. F. ROBELEN, 710 MARKET STREET. n#v1l-yanl-tu-d.r*-4i BUCKWHEAT MEAL! Just received a fine article of fresh new Meal —AT— » JOHN WANAMAHKWa. JX)-I>AT John Wanamaker's. Tuesday, December 5. You may remember, we said there were two or three uphol sterers in the city who under stand what upholstery has come to be within a half-dozen years. Now don't understand us as reflecting on the hundred, more or less, of upholsterers who know every whit M much about it as we did a year ago. They—no; let's say «« A year ago we did as well as we knew how. We bought and sold upholstery goods; and tacked them up and on things; and, as likely as not, we stum bled now and then on a pretty fair piece of work, as such work goes. A sign-painter will | sometimes make a bear that doesn't need to be labeled; but there'll be something about that bear to make people smile. B^ars don't make people smile It's the sign-painter that makes people smi e, when he plays So, probably, the knowing ones fined something amu«ing in the best of our well-meant upholstery of that time. artist. time. Just to oblige us, turn over the file of the (i azf.tte of a year ago, ami look at our advertise ments. ' We didn't know any thing about upholstery. We didn't know enough to know what we didn't know. But somehow we got hold of three four"Ynen who did know something; and they are our j ç '*we" in upholstery. ^Our sign painter isn't making our bears I ; and people are not laugh or now; ing at our upholstery. Have you seen those two I little upholstered rooms in our _ north-west tower 1 [They arP to everybody every day,] (. ( Mr. Rath is now engagod on he third room. He can't do anything with the hall proba bly. It's too unlike a hall to Come ] illustrate anything, again, when the third room is done. These mean little rooms are upholstered in a manner to show how a grand house may he treated. Don't forget that the rooms are little and mean. I The treatment of them has to | forget it. But we mean them to illustrate the best capabili-1 ties of the art of upholstery. When rightly interpreted, they are our best work in miniature. We've got too far away from our subject to get back to-day. JOHN WANAMAKER. F.*M "f Arc*«»«-, 111 i Chestnut ; an* a«*eond k We meant to say something to-day to cause every lady who wants any sort of dress or wrap, for herself or daughter, to come hither, with the ex pectation of finding not onl> just what she wants, but so many things all around it, better and worse—so many as to tax her wisdom in choosing. A few things are to be sold for very little money. She may, or rnav not want them. We don't soli a $50 coat for $20, without good reason. There's no secret about it. JOHN WANAMAKER. I.adlea*'wrap»,i:0irh' at nut-, drea««» n«(ind floor. Girl«' w raps, »SS«7 « büot..ut; «Ireoae«, 13Ü6. * Fur are among the most treacherous ol all the things «ou buy. You know little more about a seal coat that you study a week over, than about a prescription that | you get filled at your druggist's without so much as a question, You hear one tale another there, and as many more as the furriers you go to; and what do you know about all the coats you have se-nl You know that they all look alike and differ a good deal in price. If you go about and buy the lowest, you will go wrong ninety-aine out of hundred. But we must take another day for it. 1208 Chestnut. Vprv 1 JOHN WANAMiUl, JOHN WANAMAKER, Oh riNANciAt, 1 ARTIZAN8 SAVING BANK. NO. m HARKET NY NR ET, IvooHroRATao Janoabt mtii. uh. Oo«o to moelvB AopoBlwffow»». m. «BtllJI*. H. »ad OB TuNdH Md S»MuJ»y «'»»IM» tro» T to B 6VJ'. ». SEMI-ANNUAL UIVIOENM, RaKolarlT m«da In April an-' •vtob«r. VH»« dlflrtind. »rr «ol «rltltdrmnn tl'-Y *" *"'™ï. , îî udrpoalts. Tliu»p<-roian«»l'l. po»lt»«Mnpoaa« ll)i-L lnu-rr»t twice In each year MAN AO THS rpa lit« Î »r $« W. Bush, jorr- H. OapcItW . !.. Lichtenstein, IWl ii llprllnctOU» Anthony Tflggl is. OEOKHKW. HI *H. Presidsati 8. CAPKI.I.r. Vlrefrealdeat, . TAVIbOU. Trraaurer. J. M. MATH KB. AttdIUW. dement B. Bmylh, dtartevW. Hawlasd, \ athaaM K. Iteusaa, llearv F. I»»ins W. Hastlnga, Edward Fancy ■ V PEST NATIONAL aarsMirroRTerTB« rvmLio Mu*ax -A*U— | Fourth and Market Streets, riMAUClAL AUÏMTB -OR. THE URITED STATE* RPW**" **"*• SSmWMW-OM. 0**RMT. paid vt Capital, m*.*>. ik Hi »AT* ITA OIRCOrORS ■aacrofU^Jr?^ td-il R. R. ROBINSON & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 1MB Del»ware CUy 4H per ©eat. bond». Bn y and «ell stocks sad bonds on commission. Letter« of credit available In all part« of the won« tnd drafts on England. Ireland.France,Oennan* and Hwltterland Isanen. 7.1-lv-» DHY OOUifl*. Uood« «m., nt Ktinrpe, Di yyiLLUM B. SHARP, Fourth and Market Sts., j ç ARPETS akq Oil Cloths, I ' W M.. New Dress Goods AT REDUCED PR10F4. Colored and Dress Silks, Direct from the Importer. Cloths and Cassimeres The largest stoch we have ever u0ered. —Also a full Hue of— its to fLQD p «*r yard. From » B. SHARP Fourth and Market Sts. I _ Fatieyr Hoitlery and llndai _ riTT D TQ ni t* r \ q (. j il II 1 0 J. JN'Lxa.O No. AT S. H. STAATS, 405 Market Street. I CliristlllRS Holidays ! | Silk and Liueu Handkerchiefs, if lias Just opened an elegant stock of NEW GOODS! Suitable for the approachlutf Confining of FICTIU8. LACKS, RUFFLING*, TIE«, FTr., PLIT4IV AND I F »TIIF.H HA09 . INM'KKTr BOUlitt, ETC. FANCY J A l* A NES K TV AUK. Hand-made Zephyr Goods a Specialty ! | FANCY and useful ARTICLES | A UAMa ANI( BKOTUKK > Bealdee an en dies* variety of 1 AT VERY LOW PRICES. No. 504 Market Street, —CHEAP— ! (] aS h Y arietV Store. J j TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS, )UY GOODS. HOSIERY, NOTIONS, LADIES* A GENTS' UNDERWEAR, 300TS. SHOES II RUBBERS CROCKERY, TIN, GLASS WARE. HAG, HEMP. INGRAIN* AND | harper's bazar patterns. ....ill ( vable. "Jairamdelooroilcloths. here,--— j RON RAI linos to; A in go a|J BTAItt CARPET, STAIR RODS, GURTAlNh Largest aiwl vheapent line of Lamps. Lanterns. Vases In en«Hess variety. Table and Poek«-t Gnf 1 ,tir y* Express Wagons. VelocIpt^Us.Toyvof'all d* - teriptlona, Dolls, Dol(-llca*la, Ifoll-Bmlleb, Dol ' Carriages. The largest, cheapest and liest line «•' BABY CARRIAGES In the 8Ute. —SOL« AilIN ts *OB— to call Pli «I examine oa priée» before piirehaatixar -AND IRON WORK FOB BUILDINGS. P. WALTON & CO. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLI CATION. 652 & 554 W. Sixth St. Cincinnati wyt»-M| K All.noAl> I.INKH. PHILADELPHIA, WTL- GE 1 MINUTON AN 1» BALTIMORE KAILNOAI». OCTOBER, *ll>, IfWL Trala. will Iwv. Wllrnlii»u»a a. fbllow. for t T.xs p. ta. lit« Tork— X.S0, IB, 4ili >14 ***** *• 01 * •It.* I.H, »•». *-ff. «.»s 7.».p. "»• Baltimore and Intermediate étatisas— 1.«*. io.» ». m. s.oo p. m. Baltimore and Bay Line— ».87 p. ». Baltimore and Washington-».«^ a. rn. 1.«. *1.06. ft.iO. S.W. 11.IN Baltimore only—1.06, lO.fOs. Trains for Delaware IMvIalon leave fori New Castlo-S.on, v. 10 ». Harrington aud Intermediate «talion» -*.10 a. m L<ft,*.»p. m. (Mraar and Intermediate »taMena tt.M a. ». 1.06 p. m. u 4.K1. 8.06 8.17 p. in. . 12.28 and 1.06, 8.W. 8.« p. m 8UMIA1 TRAIN», rblladelphla and Intrnnedlatr «tatloa«— 8. KU. m. 12.00 m! 6.80. 7.80. «.». p. ». iMilladeiphia and New Tork -2.00. 2.23 a. u». 8.17. 8.88, 7.4s p. m. Haltlmorr and Washington— I.H, 4.il, 8.OS, ».17, a. m. 11 . 0 « p. m. Baltimore—1.06 a. m. For further Information paMsngers are re ferred to the Urne tables postod at the depot. JW^TrsIns marked thaft (*) sre upon which extra fere Is charged. limited «xprew BTBAMHHir 1.ZNJZM. QHANBE OF TIMS t FOB PXILADELPTTIA AT 7 A. U. OK AUD AFTEK MONOAT, OUT. SWR. TUE STEAM EE SAMUEL M. FELTON" U m., (look . and 111 leave French «tr*«*t wharTât 7.1» x. *17.60 a. III. and Cluster at 8.10 a. in imlng leave« l , ».lla*le|i.hla at 2.1» p, u Fare feooi Wilmington. I» cajiiU; excursion « ket» 26 l'cnt*. From Hook »r ('lu ster. 10 wiibi •ent«. Tickets will lie sold the boat go*d to return by lit* l*.. k.» H. It. H. aci'iiinnt'Mlaimu train* onh, to 1 lie»ter, .V» 40 osnta; Wlliulngton, u cxcuridon ticket«. 15 iirnU: I.IiiwimkI (liooS), •« o»nu. pOB NEW YORK. Electric Line of Steamers Balia from Kin* street wharf, Wilmington« TUESDAY*. T11UK8DA YH and HATUKDA Y 8, at t o'clock, p. ».. and «i<l from Fier 14, KasllUver, New York. MONDAY*, WEDNK8DAY9, and FRIDAY*, al 4 o'clock, p. m. Freight cmrrtwl as low a« by any other line. For rates apply to ARIEL ABBOT. M Booth .trout. Nr. York E. ANIIKKWB. WHialuirVin,IStl. m-tf-ac ^NCHOK UNK. UNITED 8TATEH MAIL BTEAMEMb H all Wecklv to and from NEW YORK and GLA800W. via LONDON DERRY, I 'abtn I*as«ag«s f*> to *». m turns |110 to |1« ttovond Oabln,f40. Upturn Ticket*, f7V juüSSl hooked at low rat«**. »cell«**!. Al 6Iaiu iK-ck. Fasaengere book« to or from Uermany, ltal) CWMn paaaengera I'aaM tigcr ao«-oiiiinodaU«»iis ■nnUToonn tt lowmi rate« Norway, 8w*-d«u, Denmark. Ac. Tours In (ksotiand, "rates, plant* KNDKRMMN BKoTHr.Kb, Nr* AMUKL F. Bk IT». Adam« Kxprea*. For book» of • îWï Wtlnilmrton LO.I LO.I AM NOW PREPARED TO DF.UVE1 L ALL SIZES OF COAL ! —or— SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY USk -AT TH»— i AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES All coal well aorcentxl put In cellar». B. F TOWNSEND. OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH 8T. A^TelephOBtc commun »cation with «Il paru if tho cltv. 12 gOMETHINO NEW. Conncllsville Cokel Crushed for Family use. 1 Egg, Stove, Small Stove, and Chestnut, Comparing wkh corrcepondlng Anthra cite aiaea, $7.00 per »,000 pounds. NO DUST ! NO ASH ! NO CLINKER ! NO WASTE! HEAT INTENSE ! TRY IT ! - «•' Chas. Warner & Co., Market Street Wharf. PEIRCE & COOK I Real Estate and Stock Brokers, a. a. «OB. SEVENTH ajid ihiplby 8T». ■muE. cook HI ÊMrU Mill AHO !Z. I ' .THE r.t; DAILY GAZETTE, w u N -UMIAKRp ( New Management, a New Features. The Only Democratic Daily in the State! FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS Reports by Telegraph. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS A LIVE PAPER LIVE" People! a tor ONE Only One Gent, CENT, Al Nr* Six Cent« per Week. Twenty-five Cents per Month. SK.HVKD BY UAKKIKB# IN A. „ FASTS OF THB CITY. Bv Mail, Postage Paid: One year, $3.00 ; *> advance. Six months, $1.65 >u advance. Three months, 80c in advance. ■THE DELAWARE GAZETTE ( weekly. ) A Paper for the Whole Peninsula. THE FARMERS 1 FAVORITE JOURNAL. CROWDED WITH LOCAL AND TELEC* PA PHIC NEWS. 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. ADDRESS: BELL t TAYLOR, . KING STREET, NO. 502 LM1NGTON. 9* IHUOUtA ,n. J^LEGANT HOLIDAY GOODS ! Vseruland Ornaim nui at JAMES UK] y B-Äu',S'; w ";" Kn m ' -lB.il. 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N«» * h *f r « for all de* a diwhargc* and pens- s , sc . £1 ■IX. ■■jwilhaiampl ILM1NGTON COU)R SEALING WAX F0 R SOLUABLI blub wokks* fruit jars the LAUS® 1 -awp for -AT PAINT ST0I and 8 E. Third St BRADFORD'S Nn. 6