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F«ANCI*CO| ü*c- dtopAtcll - ('mou, -Ve»., «J* U», A *P?,t_ P'? b - J^ÎToliowIn* thi. morning : "Bmmtor lk ùi# «*hn iê in Carton, gtwfli C Arctic expedition, which h« «I r-nuln Nerb«um ln San Francisco. P lfr0 !,?i »wl*n who hu been for S' r "«"re ln the »erTlce of the AUakaFur -üï HO WM the lut men from whom corona''J- party received provision*. Be "■ r v 'i£S& *«* "f *»<*«; h uolnt of Alaska, end I furnished Mm ât h« order of the A'.«». Fur Com W ": » 1,1, sledges, dog. and provMons. He Ifÿ'aî dogs end one Indl.n. I account toaaol the party on the * ( tia t they killed the doge. I do not „ :. Lh.t DctoDg knew anytblug .bout JJ^tEttbiSe wm bu?ono dog left . few , rl or to hi* death. He mn.t lure & the dog* without knowing their great ÏÏÏ, and when the dog. .re gone the» 1. Äily no hope left. The dog. could Store died or been lost. They wore •EJ, The scent of the« .nlm.1. Is re Sid.- and they will detact provision* no S!" « here they maybe. When Sk n clons kill 1'oUr bean Md hue more west than they can keep they c.che the "* ,ud it sometime, lie. In the tec for IS. until discovered by dog*. The lee Jfttll of these pieces. If'you meet an In sin In thst region .nd kill hi. dog he lie* Cu and dies, con.iderlng tb.t the better St of him is gone. Another grett ovenlg ïuü» neglect to take the right kind * ", i offered DeLoug • fowling piece VT,,! t ipressly to uu In the Arctic seas end ÎTulaied to stand the climate. He refused »because he wanted a gun that would kill Lrs I explained that he needed guns lor Slnls and not bears. He would not listen 2 or and took Remington rifles, the weight j a Il'ich hampered him and were of no Ho must have seen sea fowl flying ' his bead all the time, but kill them. The diary „„ tb« Indian, after drawing "ice sit day, would go out at nigh pt bird, and he kept theparty all Lu Auywhere you out. bole through toiro and flash a light down fl«h will erirm, but the party bad DO flahlng tackle, in ibdr chance, were thrown «w.y through taorance. 1 am not saying a word against Ce Loue. I liked him personally, but he m nut the man to eommaud the Arctic «nadlUon. The north pole. In my estlma Zücnn be reached only by following up rreut wblob flows to the pole, Put men The laat a ter They •he AAp 0P little as and In at an naa and deal 1st. lias eyes with In were •aid left me was were on trip sho and 1M men In ht of He ■ or : could not i and ve two the warm cu md beyond tbere.la the open aea. Id such an expedition wlio have been raised tn the northern part of Alaska and who know all about the region and there It a strong chance of success." ney, GENERAL NEWS IN BRIEF. The planing mli! of A.Haye, »t PltUburg, .ill! 50,000 feet of lun;!>w, «M burned yw Iwdaj. I-os«, *50,000. Samuel J. Tilden, Jr., » nepho* Pf ex Oonreor Tilden, bu been offered the aid de-camp of OoYcruor Cleveland', .toff. Gndlove 8. Orth, Cougrouman Irom the Sloth district of Indiana, died at Larayette [n that state, on Saturday night, aged 61 jurs. The expert, who hare been examining the took! ot the Brooklyn Board of Education report that « Secretary 8tuart la adefaulter <or J250.000. The Flnt BrcabyterUn Cbnreh, at Fort Watne, Indiana, vu destroyed on Saturday (teniiir by a Ore caided by a defective fur Itce- Lees, *25,000. Huffman Ai Smalley, retail dry goode Inlets of Findlay, Ohio, are reported fo Pate made an alignment. Their liabilities ■reIlated at *40,000; aaaeta unknown. A cue of what 1a called genuine leproey lu hern developed In the almahouae at Salem, Mauachuaetta. The patient, Charles Derby, arrived from San Frauclaco a week a« H of * Tbf old State House, at Lan.lng, Mlcbi JU, > large train« .tructure, two and . half écrit» high, latterly occupied by Platt Brothers, va. (lie manufacturer*, was burned n Saturday afternoon. T.e Sabbatarian provision, of the new pail code of New York have already bo tome a dead letter. No attempt was made In New York waaobaerved. un of yestordav i tho code to enforce them dit. In Brooklyn Yesterday was tho 75th anniversary of the Urtbof John G. Whittier. The houerable poet remained In hia room in the Hotel WJu torop. iu Boston, and received mauy caller», od a number of beautiful floral tribute«. The police of Baltimore laat night raided a Chinese* luundry in Liberty street and ar iwtcd twelve Chinamen in the act of gam bling. Their gumiug utensils were seized »nd the offenders will have a hearing to m Tht 1 Treasurer of the United States ha» re «elved from J. R., attorney, the sum of 14,000 in cawh fur account of the conscience fund. This la probably the largeat amount mr received from one person in restitution to this fund. Two men named Miller and Cummings ^oirrelled about paying for a drink in lcad fflle, Colorado, early yeaterday morning, »ml beiran fiiiag at each other. Cummings *nd a byetaucwf named Rearlck were fatally wounded, Miller escaping unhurt. The proprietora of the tilnger Steel orks »tPlttéburg, on Saturday night, notified the meltm that their wages would be reduced from to |G per ton. The malters refused the reduction while other steel mills are Ptying $7, uud the matter was referred for •rttlement to the Amalgamated Associa dOD. A reception was arranged to take place iu New York yesterday In honor of Johann Hoet, the .Socialist, who came a passeugcr °n the steamer Wisconsin. He did not writ the city, but the exereiae# were gone through with all the same, several iuceu '.lar.v si*ecches being made. He is to have * public reception in Cooper Institute to rifht. ^ Frederick Dochtcrmau, aged 85 years, stabbed to death by Martin Hesse, in the hallway of the former's saloon, in N® w fork early yesterday morning. They had quarrelled about an hour previously over a flunc of cards. Hesse was arrested. Hia wilt? says he was arrested several times In fiermjoy for attempting to kill people. He hMonly been six month In this country, and spOak English. George J. Rice, ex-President of the Utica huaea A Elmira Railroad, charged with [he hypothecation of bonds aud stocks of 'he road which should have been cancelled, w *8 arraigued yesterday before Justice Mur in the Tombs police court. The amount dftlmcd lo h ave 50^ embezzled by him was wW,oou. To enable him to prepare his de JJ®*® an ndjournment was granted until «to afternoon, and his ball was fixed at «5,000. Mother Iwaa'i Worm Syrup. infallibito, tasteless, harmless, cathartic; feverishness, restlessness, worms, con «Ipation. 26 ceota. j 4oea A Fins MualolKD. lk A'- lover, or mualc, who wore present In '.Is lion..* la.t ovenlur, certainly bad tbelr Iflcatcßt desire, sattefled, In the perfect ren Wlon of the part awlgoed to Mr. F«fd *** np r. tin) accomplished violinist aud Wutlclnn, i,y the Roscius Dramatic Club. * r . uagner'. pvrfonnAuce ou the violin •rtalniy «a. a musical treat tliat the "iintl" K t° n public rarely h-vv« as oppor 1(1 enjoy, for never wa* there * more J n, l perfect rendition of the met '«»utllul composition, " The Mocking Bird, <h tarlatlona," than wa* given. The r™, < mer wa * heartily encored, and most irth*!. y responded by playlug, with equal n * the audience, " Sounds From Such a musician la cerUlnly a very , al kcqul.ltlon to the telty of Wllmlng ~'>litra limit Program, Pee. ISth. Farmer* aud others to», n ,"'/' nt «Uucr*Uve agencybualneea, "J Which *5 to *ao a flay can l>e earned,aend «on w-' 1 once ' ou poatal, to H. C. Wllkln fork ° ' 16S lU1 ' Fulton »treat New ^n. A OIU. AIIDLCTED. The Crime for Which a Chicago Student Hm Been Arreated. Chicaoo, Dm. 17.—On Monday morning laat Mrr. Jackson, wife of Morton Jackson, a book-keeper, in 1he employ of the Illinois Central Hallway Company, sent her daugh ter Annie, aged 14, in company with a younger slater, to Cottage Grove avenue to order some coal. After performing this errand the two girls called upon Mrs. Mc Donald, a dressmaker and friend of the family, who li-es on Thirty-fifth street. They bad been in the house a short time when Anuie told the younger sister that •he was going down stairs a ment and would waited DO return soon. The some time, but little girl as her sister did not come back she went home and acquainted her mother with the facts. Nothlug was thought of it at the time, but when night approached and Mr. Jackaon had come from his office and the missing girl had not yet arrived, the father's and mother's fears were aroused. Adver tisements for the missing girl were Inserted In the newspapers, a search was made, but without avail. The detectives were led to believe that George Buddlugton, a student at Hahnemann Medical College, knew some thing of the child's whereabouts, and on Saturday he was arrested. It was learned to-day that the girl was of an exceeding lively disposition, and that she naa been in the company or Buddlngton and other medical students of late a good deal more than her parents had any Idea of. Buddlngton Is about 27 years of age, rather preposessiug, pleasant In manners, hand somely dressed, and a fluent coibreraatlonal 1st. He has been iu this city since last May, deserted his wife in New York city. to his landlady's daughter, Miss Clara Hughes. Miss Clara lias implicit faith Id hia Innocence, and made quite a scene at the police station when she called upon him, declaring with tears in her eyes that if they hanged him she would die with him. It is claimed that Annie went'to Budding ton's room on Monday, and was seen that evening at 8 o'clock at Hahnemann College In conversation with him. A few words were overheard between them, in which he •aid : "I will fix that all right," and then left her. 81ie turned to a student and said : "That la a mean, dirty scoundrel. He is the meanest mad 1 ever knew. He haa given me medicine that put me to sleep." Eugene Davis, another medical student suspected of complicity in the abduction, was arrested to-day, and the twovoungmen were held by a magistrate In $2,000 bonds. The preliminary examination Is to be held on the 25th instant. Annie Jackson re turned to her homo lu Oakwood avenue, last night. It wts said that she had made a trip to St. Louis. Her father declared that sho was suffering with nervous prostration, and refused to allow any oue to see her. bnvlng He is now en •<BDOhDpalba. M tjuick, complete cure, all annoying Kid ney, Bladder and Urinary diseases. $1. Druggists. A NOTED BUT UNTITLED WOMAN. [From the Boston GM*. J I» wM c Jfassrs. Editor* Jfassrs. Editor* t~ The above Is a good likenase of Mrs. Lydia E. Fink bam, of Lynn, Basa., who above all other human being» may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Woman, * a« some of her correspondents love to call her. Bht H rational y devoted to her work, which Is the outcome of a Ufo atudy, and Is obliged to keep six lady assistants, to help bar answer the large correspondence which dally pours in upon her, each bearing its special from it. Her Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not evil purposes. I hare personally investigated it and Joy at rel burden of suffering. un satisfied of the truth of this. On aooount of it« proven merit«, it is recommended and prescribed by the best physicians in the country. One sayst "It works Uko a charm and saves much pain. It will cure entirely tho worst form of falling of the uterus, Leucorrhcea, Irregular and painful Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, In fl am m ation and Ulceration, Floodings, all Displacement« and the sequent spinal weak non *, and ii ewpeciaUy adapted to the Change of Life." It permeate# every portion of the system, and gives now lifo and vigor. It removes f s lnfn ss s . flatulency, de-troys all craving for stimulant«, and relieve« weak n*-.s! of the stomach. It cures Bloating. Headaches, Nervous Prostration, General Debility, 81 coplessnens, Depression and Indication. That feeling of bearing down,causing pain, wolght and ba ck ache, is always py p uinmi tly CUTOd by itS U9C. It Will at fill tllDCS, Bild under ail «kreumstanee*, act In harmony with tho law that governs the female system. It costa only $L per bottle or i druggists. Any advice required the names of many who have been restored to perfect health by the obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply, at her home in Lynn, Maas. For Kidney Complaint of effkcr ■nsurpassod as abundant testimonial:) show. "Mrs. Pinkham's Liver Pills," sayso tht best in the world tor the Llliousnx M and Torpidity of the liver. Her Blood Purifier work« fonder* in ita special Une and bhK fair to equal the Compound in its popularity. AU must respect her as an Angel of Mercy whose solo ambition is to do good to other* Philadelphia, l'a. In of B six for $5., and Is sold by special caacs, and of tho Vegetable Compound, con lie ; this compound h .•writer, "arc of Constipation, Mrs. A. M. D. (ft) j ^ POSITIVE CUBE Oply Tw. Bottles. Messrs. Johnson, C _ _ ■ ■ Holloway St Co., ATARRH ÄttÄ r '* CLY i.JHtlme ago a gj ntle fTAOJ DkUfi v man handed them a EANI d-'llar. with a re RRH COtO»Jpin I catarrh cure to two l&T*HRHA] I army officers in Arizona. Recently «8 these same gpatl« w-*«*» yA—• J uKSa , n cn told them that 83 ÆM both the officers an d the wife of Gen. John ('. Fremout, Gov. of Aiizoua, red of catarrh by the two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm. FOB >1 hud been APPLY 1)7 little linger into the nostrils. Byabsorp the nasal piueages of 'cretloiis. It •mbrannl HAY-FEVER wTu m iv 'C male d fo r colds In head. Agree able touVu 1 Send tor circular. Hold by d rugglst» »7 mal! mi. . ^VoTÄ HALM «, <locl&-m. >v, f*w N. 7 . Bend a r°agK|k»tch or fb.n*. of .11 Dnlt« 1 statt» oatmla of IJJ Wm« cl«. O? inrcntlon. and »ouwlUto «dvlrel to secure your ownpaten a ce#g Send me a UM "'feSSHrSÄä Inl tbeliu. erf «h«jn'"' ,n J^ 0 | n ,Uon and report ln.uooea.hil op«'»«o"^"'2jSSt'"err couutf In the è.8? ÏmSHm wS?«i ft " "fl" nvML GEORGE E. LEMON <1S Fifteenth to,«.. WASHING«»». » Mention this pap**" la a filed 5 UQVOM DMAUBMB. JOHN P. DONAHOE, "•"MSSLBi« Ale, Porter and Brown Stout, -vALSO— e Celebrated Bartholomay lL*h«ete r Beer. Jhe br.-wing# ere unequalled ror purity and nay or: conulmntly on hand In neca < bottled. Mineral waters In all different flavors. OF MAMET or lot 517 AND 519 ORANGE STREET, WILMIWOTON. DEL. BüMPollte and accommodât! ng drivers. Orders uy mall promptly attended to. Re la also connec te d with the Telephone Exchange, and hla slgiial TITE HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8. v? BONDED WAREHOUSE» purs rye whiskies from the following celebrated dis tillerie«' A. Overholt A Co.. Jannnty 1870 and June IMO. A. Guckenheimer A Bro., May 1870. John Gibson. Bon A Co.. May 1870 and Jane MSB. Hannl« DIhMIIImk Co., August 1*79. Sherwood, November 1870 and Junt 18 Ne versink (Reading, Pa., ) February, Mt. Vernon, May, fta0. The above g./sds will be sold either In bond or paid at the lowest market rates. Samples y be seen at thl* store. NO. 10* MARKET 8TUEET. QO8M0POL 200 WEST SECOND ST., WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. CHOICE LIQUORS AND SEGABS. ERAS CIS KELLY A CO. N HOUSE. TUE BEST LAGER IN THE CITY. Warm Lunch every morning and Saturday nigh*. . AUAUBKR, nov24-8m-20 Proprietor. QRANGE GROVE PURE RYE WHISKY. —IK FACT— THE PUREST. RICHEST AND BEST RYE WHISKY EXTANT. By the ffalion or bottle. JAMES A. KELLY i Uniform in """Bah Abaolutelypure rye. A reliable stimulant 3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS. and delicate In flavor. and safe tonic. mva-iy-25 fiTS (oTesm-E Lißui HAMA UU* H VU RE, — - < K V ÉniMR eusTw Disease is an «fleet, uot a cause. Its origin is within ; Its manifestations without. Hence to cure the disease the cause must be removed, and In no other way c'.n a cure ever be effected. WAUNKK'fl HAVK KIDNKV AND LIVKH CUBE Is established on lust this principle, reallxes that 95 Per Cent. of all diseases arise from deranged kblneys and liver, and It strikes at once at the root of the diffi culty. The elements of which It la composed act directly upon these great organs, both as a food and restorer, and bv placing them In a healthy condition, drive disease and pain from the system. For the Innumerable troubles caused by un healthy Kidney. Liver and Urinary Organs; for the distressing Disorders of W oinen : for Malaria, and tor physical derangements generally, this great remedy has no equal. Beware of Imposters, imitations and concoctions said to be Just at; good. For Diabetes, ask for WABNEB'S BAFB DIA B ETES CURE. For Bale by all dealers. 11. U. WARNER A CO,, ROCUEBTEB, N. &. 6upurvis« "Wa do hereby certify that arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, andin person manage and control the Drawings thcmselve«, and that the same ducted with honesty, fairness, and iu good fa'th toward all parties, aud ■ authoalze the this certificate, with fac-almle* pauy I« ou hI. natures ottacbeO, In its advertisement«. " *3 Commissioners. TTNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I U OVEBUAI.V K MILLION DISTRIBUTED. Louisiana State Lottery Co. Incorporated In 1868 for 28 years bv the Legisla ture for Educational and Charitable purpose»— with a capital of |1.0U0,000-to which a reserve fund of *66b,0»0 ha» »Inca been added. By an ovcrwnclmlng popular vote Its nwncnise was made, a part «f thé present State Constitution adopted December JM. À. D.. 18T9. ITH «RAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAW INGS will take place monthly. It never »cales or jtOHtpones. Look at the following dlstrl GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT, Piirlnx wlilcb will tako place the 161«tC*KANp MON HU.7' and the KX ntAOItp N AHJ SJCM1 ANNUAL DRAWING AT NEW ORLEANS, TÛKSDAY. UECEMIIF.lt Huh. 1882. nersonal »upervislou and management of GEN KKAL G T. BF.AUKKGAItU of La., and OENKßAL JUBAL A. KABLY of Va. but a Capital Prize, $100,000. aa-SOI ICE.-TICK S.T8 ABE TEN D0LLAR8 ONLY. HALVES, |S. FIFTHS, »8. TENTHS, »I. u.Torrnizaa: . capital Frlae of »!»."» . , Grand l'rjae of W.«®. 1 Grand Prlieof 20,000. I Lar.o Frit« of 10.000. 4 Largo Frtrc. of S.000. 20 Prlie. ef L*®. .0 Prize, of 0®. 100 Prizes of . JOO Prizes Of 000 Prizes of 10,000 Prises of .. »100.000 . 80,000 . 20,000 . 20,000 . 20,000 . 20,000 . 28,000 . 81.000 . 60.000 . 100,000 »0 appmoximation pbizks I 20.0 0 10.O.IU 7,f.OO ..1622,800 100 Approximation Prizes of 1200 " w 11,27» Prizes, amounting .. Ätt.«rÄi ,l s«A!: For Ihformatloa appD« UAUP/Jra Mew Orléans, La. 0r ' "• ^WtoSSfoBtrîiL VYazhlnxtoe. D. C. v n —Orders addressed to New Orleans wll recelai prooiol attention. ooyli-d, 5—*' 5 QÜB ASSORTMENT OVERCOATS 4« Cannot be 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 ol all kinds of Goods for Winter wear. Call to-day and examine them. noviltjanl-lflB e 4 .1 m Ot <3 f 96 In connection with Storm Coat, mentioned last week, we have large commo dious Ulsters, adapted to car conductors' and drivers, who, of all persons employed out of doors, need warm heavy wraps to protect them from the cold. our PRICES LOW ALWAYS A. C. YATES & CO., LEDGER BUILDING, Chestnut and Sixth sts. PHILADELPHIA. sepal8U»u-84 MMIIPUk * DR. ÿ mrs, . Ï lyoE (BEFORE-AND-AFTER Elwtrlc Appliance, an tent on 30 TO MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD XirHO are suffering from Nnvotrs Dkbiuty, W Lost Vitality, Lack or Nxava Foacs Aim Vigor, Wasting Wbakxkssml and nil those disease« of a Personal Nature resulting from Abuses and Or heb Causes. 8pee4y relief and complete resto ration of Health, viooa and Manhood guaranteed. The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century. Benaat once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL. MICH. Trial. HOUSE ?? —AND— y 4 0 u SIGN J painting " FBE 8001 N Gr AW Neatly and Promptly Executed.-** -4L»* G. W. BOULDEN, No. 807 King Street. 7,6-tS-t BVWDAYBTAM güBëCRIBK TOY THE SUNDAY STAR. r> 4« ADVERTISE IN THE SUNDAY STAR, r> u —TUI Only Sunday Newspaper -IN WILMINGTON. All the Local Telegraphic News I 8trictly Non-Partisan. SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. "THE STAR Is served to subscribers roughout the otty early on Sunday mornings at the moderate price of TWELVE CENTS A MONTH, PAYABLE AT THE END OF THE MONTH. SINGLE COPIES, CENTO 1ST O. ÖOÄ KIN <31 BT AVHlEKUB J. B. BELL MZBCXLLAJTMfOUB. .JUST ONE WORD ! Now is the time you all need Candy. Wfc have lots of it from 15 cents per poiind fol plain mixed to 80 cents for Whitman's finest YOU W I L LALS 0 WANT Paper Shell Almonds, 3i pounds for $1.00. Grenoble Walnuts, 20 cts. per pound. Pecan Nuts, 16 cents. 1 Arrived on Friday, 25 barrels .A. 1 in e v i a Gr rapes. Finest we have seen this year. \S J. P. ALLMOND & OO EIGHTH AND MARKET. M REMOVAL ! From S. W. Cor. to N. E. Cor. Fifth and King Sts. WHERE WE HAVE OPENED A NEW Steam Marble and Granite Works. Our W&reroom Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection ol MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, BTC., Ever offered in Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from the newest designs and at the lowest prices. DAVIDSON & BRO. Mtf-tt-tr BENJ. S. CLARK, NO. 407 MARKET ST. We »re dhtDlaylng this season the largest and most elegant stock of HOLIDAY GOODS "V E?er offered by . The stock has been selected with great care, and ever)' article Is warranted The stock embraces represented. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES of every Style, DIA MOND EAR RINGS, DIAMOND FINGER RINGS, DIAMOND LACE PINS, OPERA GLASSES AND JEWELRY A ' V or every kind aud description. All of which will be sold at the lowest figures. BENJ. S. CLARK, 407 MARKET STREET. 4 dec-l-lm-mwj 1 JOHIST ALEAlLDJ Y, NO. 205 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. Sale Agent for State of Delaware lor WERNER A CO.'S • if Champagne i n \ PRICE LIST. Y Pur Case 12 Qu. ------ * 7 .ûb \/ l 24 PU. v $8.00 do DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES. 5 Cue. 10 Cue. DA Care. 5 per cent. 10 per cent. 15 per cent. IMPORTED BELFA8T GINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT. IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS. Pure Rye Old Star Whisky, Diamond O Whisky. E. C. G. GREENMAN & CO., 411 MARKET STREET AND 408 SHIPLEY STREET. In connection with our large and well selected stock of Wall Paper and Window Shades, we are displaying a large and elegant stock of Holiday Goods, which have been selected with great care. Our stock includes Dinner and Tea Sets in every style ; Hall and Library Lamps ; Bronze and Bisque Figures ; ornaments of every descrip tion. Also a full line of Glass and other wares, etc., etc., which we will sell at very low prices. Do not fail to call and examine aur stock tiefore purebsing elsewhere. y ur E. C. G. GREENMAN & CO., E. C. G. GREENMAN. dec0-tf-00 GEORGE W. GOODLEY CHEaF JOHN, No. 416 Market Street, Offers extra inducements to the frugal CHRISTMAS BUYER to purchase goods that will suit a limited purse. CROCKERY, CUTLERY, HARDWARE, VASES, LAMPS, (we have cm there) aud all articles that are either useful or ornamental. It will pay anyone to call and learn prices. CHEAP JOHN, F16 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware. Dr. GUM JOHNSON'S F Indian Blood Syrup Cores all diseases of the Stomaon, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. Millions testify to its effloaoy in heal ing the above named diseases, and pro fite nounoe it to be the •— BEST REMEDY KNOWN TOMAN. Guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia. AGE NT 8 WANTED.-*! Laboratory 77 W. 3d St, New York City. Druggists soffit I i TRADE MARK S'