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Cf H «IIIW,
Clalmliijf !*»• Alt#a«4oa of tho
Lew Makar« Yesterday.
In 'hr tTnltCHt rtutee ftro.tr, yr.trrJ«y,
Mr Fry* lutroducod . Jotut rMolullou pro
vtdluxfur tho terraIu»Uon of the fialiery
ul.uw» of th# Trr.tr of W Mhlngton. It
mu retermd to th. Committee on Foreign
Kol.Uoti*. Mr. Iu*»llr offered • rerolaUon
dlrectluic the Judiciary Committee "tolu
nulre and report what IrulaiaUon, It any, la
uereMary to aaoertaln and determine when
the I tower» and duUe. ol the FreeldenUal
»ball darolra upon the Vier
of the Inability
dtacharge the
offlea
1're.ldeut In
of the President to
»»me, and In what manner the remoral of
disability may be »»certalned, under the
CoMtltuUoo, and to report by Mil or other
wlw." At Mr. Garland's suggestion the
resolution was laid over. On motion of Mr.
Morrill, the unflubhod buslneu, the Educa
tion bill, anil the special order, the Bank
ruptcy bill, were postponed, aud tbe Tariff
bill was taken up. Mr. Morrill spoke In ex
nlansllou ol the 1.111,»ml Mr. Berk attacked
t he report of the Tariff Commission. I'eud
lug consideration of the bill the Beuate ad
journed.
Iu the House Mr. Mills of Texaa.offered a
resolution, which was referred, asking tbe
Attorney General -wbag persons he has etu
pioyed aa attorneys and-fn othar ways In the
prosecution of the 3tar Route cnee#, what
are the terms' of the contract with each,
what Is paid to each, aful wfcat It the proba
ble amount of the entire coefof tho proaecu
tlon now pending and such as ha contera,
plates Instituting." Mr. Cra|Kloffered* res
olution directing the Judicial-} Committee
to Inquire "what legislation is necessary to
establish low, uniform and equitable rates
of telegraphing between tbe different States
of the Union and foreign countries." The
resolution was referred to the Committee
Post Office». Mr. Blanchard of Louisi
ana offered a joint resolution, which was
refened, expressing the regret of the people
ol the United States at tbe death of Gam
betta. Mr. Aldrlcb Introduced a bill to fur
ther facilitate the exportation of dl» tilled
spirit», which ira» referred. It provides
tii»t "whenever the owner of distilled
spirits, desiring to export tbe same, shall
have given bond for the exportation thereof,
under the provision or the Act of June 0,
1174, be may proceed to export tbcm, wltli
glrliig the export boiid prescribed In
paragraph I, of Section 3,330 of the Revised
Statutes, snd In said Act of Juno 9, 1874."
The consideration of the Shipping bill was
returned, pending which the House
Juumed.
out
a«l
"Konifti on Corf»«.**
Afk for Well»' "Rough on Corn*,
cent*. Quick, complete, permanent cure.
Corna, wart«, bunions.
IS
MORNING NUMMARY.
Qyatl'a Jewelry a tore, at Scrantou, wag
robtxd yesterday morning of gold and silver
witches and other Article* valued at $l,00d.
The boiler In tho tolntcco «hod of William
Zeller, at Newinanstown, Pa., burst on
Tuesday afternoon, »everely scalding four
men.
It la now aficerlalueri that the persons
killed at the Bethlehem Iron Co.'a work« by
the boiler explosion,Am Tuesday, were three
men and one woman. The Injured will re
cover.
At Newark, New Jersey, yesterday, the
jury iu the suit of James P. Duscn^ry, ad
miiiistrator of the estate of Cephas M
Woodruff, who was lulled In the railroad
•r at I'arker* creek, near Long Branch,
last summer, r« turned a verdict of $29,000
damage*. The case will be appealed.
lb«* «mall-pox is reported to be so preva
lent in Shiloh, Kentucky, that all hualncs*
is fiu»p>'uded there, and many of the inbabl
siclane have
malignant In
type. The small-pox has appe red in the
luiub* ring than tic* of the Upper Ottawa dis
trict, lu Canada. Many case» are reported.
The Colu nbus Chicago and Indiana Cen
tral railrotd wa» «old ye*terday In Indiao
apYili» by l iilteil States Commissioner Fiali
haok, on a forrclo*Hre of mortgages. It was
purchased by a committee rupnwentlog tho
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, tor $13,
w in» deposited with the comm la
•loner $1,000,000 of the mortgage bond» a.-, a
guarantee of the good faith of the bidder*.
Lieutenant Commander Winn, at Key
Wirst, reporta to the Secretary of the Navy
under date of the 9th Inst., that there are
three vessels, two lumber laden, bottom up,
iulheUulf Stream, and directly iu the
track of ve»»eD navigating these water*.
Can wa* report«^ about Cape
1* to the eastward ol Sana K
' dl
tante have left,
died of the dl»ea*e, which
Beterfll
r. h> t
Canaveral,
ey, and the
other i* off Marquesas Key. Commander
Winn urge* that *te*pH be taken to destroy
them.
Tb«- house of Thomaa Ollchrlst, at W'est
Charlton, New York, wa* robbed last
August of $2<N),000 worth of »eciiritle* by
two inaaked burglar«, who bound and
gagged the inmate*. After wvrrnl month*
•curlties were returned, at a New York
hotel, by John W. Luke, elnlming to la? a
private detective, for $1,000. At Ball»ton
yesterday, Luke was arraigned on a charge
of robltery und,.ref UHiiig to tell how he had
received the stolen property, hé wa* indicted
by the Grand Jury and held In $5,000 hall.
'I he City Batik of .Jersey City,» Htate con
cern, suspended yesterday. it» capital was
ami it* depoaita are said to have
averagwl almut $75,000. The failure is at
tributed to »he tnismanagemeut of lu Presl •
?» Cn cJsls «»» . e 'Secretary of
the Filth Ward Savings Bank of the name
city. He I*, reported to lx* confined to hU
Iwiise by terious iUness. Later in the day
the Filth Ward Savings Bank closed
door* In consequence of the
the City Bunk.
ü;.
suspeuslou of
t'Marrh
tbe IlIiMlUer«
Slinging Irritation, luflanimaUo», «II Kld
ney tintl Urinary complainte, cured Ly
Bnobu-palba " 81 ..
Farmer» ana Olliers
desiring a gi ntrel lucrative agency Imslncae,
ty wlilcb *,I Uj f2rt u day can be earned,send
oddrees at once, on poêlai, t u H. C. Wllkln
Co-i 1R* and 1M7 Pulton sticct New
Hiril .Manna
kwpe canarton In constant song and cures
aisttaHCH, 15 cents at drug store. Bird Food
Co., Camden, N. .1,
Why TUeru
16lilt Î ' **' I UC5USJ vue
Liluo! : 1 , of lhft I-ontelaoa àtete
Cl T w> "V ,i r fa- c IK> ' e management of Oen'ln
*• T B^aun-aard of La , an«l Jubal A. Early or
some of the recuit« of
Ticket No.
Excitement.
U* (always Tue*lay), the
was
Avouer y under th
i».T Henuri gurd ... , 4
S;. •*»•?, l'l«">. Hvi o are »erne o
viuMi.ru ! hl ' u" BlUl ' l' r, w of «im.oeo,
TÏÏÏÏ "V, "»« 6o l»r eacli. AmoDR
dS im h ?.W cr * w " ro Klugaley. u re»"
IHent ïrHf '* M S* 0 * 1 Yerkra. E»q., former 1'rrj
m KLU'luvl.in National Hank. No.
0„vi . U ' r I*bllatlHlp , 'lu; Mr. John T
Railwnv * » r '. ,rlvcr Motropolltan Horao
Ma», a .J*! Roxhoro' IMHtrlot Station, Breton,
reireih h fl" 11 ,n "7 1» well to noth» a »lluhl
ton!\ î 0 v 0e ~ ,hl * t ,tle «»in man iu Nov '»1
fi2nS.s V Si, Hnh • «"»th Breton. Ma»».;
5'. *£•"..«? (,uart Olnotunatt, OHM.
aaoitjii !re' hohl lu N 0.,drt-wUu!aooon6
So Sri S' JM."»- Ticket No. 31,401 drew
aJ^_lim„i l '' lt i 1 J >r1 "'. *».««-»ol.l In Iractlona
doiu"^. "tho™ two-tenths icostlnq two
Ve.uor H urrl ott Wooilman. of
If. P°r I*. O., ilnrindax. Oo.. N. Y. a Christ
like /uvwii' 1 0t e,°h»l and similar àmouute for
'»'"stin.nt. were p:ilj lo parties (who do
Wavn. ini. 1 ® r 'l" 0 ' 1 '' known) In Fort
No s,l l" 1 mnotaoo. Cnl. Tickets
and t0 r ' s'' lr lits 1" Grenada, Miss
BaokV.7?a 'h' , î»i 'hroi'kh tho Kentucky Nnt'l
MtoV lï.^ o',' 8 . " N ' »»-' Geo. tl. L D.
n ,l t ' l v "-"0''h drew *10,00.,. Noe.
Nil»,, Chlrawo and New York: 4-,317 In
Wi,.i,h ,„J? t ; e °.W» I» Chicago and
naah, I*!."." ,l - * ■' Isl.lSH sold In SI. Lonls—
raonr lÄb " h"Xt drawing oecitrs Fob
ach''spitting or blood, weak rtom
thp par, J' stages of Coo
H, M „| H , 0 h, Golden Modicat DlBCOvenr" 1»
«pécule. By drugglsta. mat
,l u
A Card,
di«mJ!tV. 7 < . h V ro pu,fur,n 4{ the erronj cfln
5"" <3 youth, narvoua woakneaa. oerly
M^?ihi^* , m m '* nh0Wj i'^ J 1 Wl11 *»>"1 » ré
TST. l ÏÜ.Y U,ww î r# "i FR * :B °r «1HAROÏ-.
r " m «6y "aa dlioovered by » mii
raaî'N D Ao>»noa. Send » »alfwd.
Kiv Ä'* JS* REV. JOSEPH T.
viuAN, Station D, Now York Oity
tt0 w
A »TRW GHOST.
Ab Kin îau r Rau« Hl« Train Oiw •
ward».
CEorrl.ntwn Herald. 1
On Saturday nl -nt laat aa Engineer Welali
of the night freight train war approaching a
point a »hört •■lataner below the atatlon at
Port Kennedy be ur a man »landing on
the track. He whiatled and applied the
brake», but the man did not move and the
train pawl over the apot where he appeared
to be standing.
Tbe borrifieii engineer went back to gather
up tbe remains but found no trace of any
accident. Ho mentioned the affair to other
railroad men and It then rame out that a
number of brakemen have been victims of
the »»me Illusion. The figure laalwaysaeon
at some dl.tanct off »tainilng ou the »sine
apot. On approaching It vanlabe« but re
appears when a proper distance la reached.
The cause of the phenomenon la unkuown.
Value of Public Hulldlag, at Waablngtna.
A recent Wsshlogton dispatch give, this
Interesting Information; From the figures
of the offlclsl assessment It appears that the
Capitol building Is tssessad at f 16,OPS,556
and tbe ground, at (7,007,906. Tbe White
House tt 8758,690 and the Executive «tables
at (£8,500, Tbe Treasury Department
buildings sod grounds are assessed at
(7,008,454; the State, War and Navy Do
partou-nt building, 86,311,161; the Agri
cultural Department building, 8881,886, and
tbe grounds 9689,086; the Smithsonian
8*08,651, and National Museum (350,000,
and the grounds (8,553,078: the National
Monument grounds (1,815,791, and
the Washington Monument (300,000;
The National Observatory grounds
(135,861, and the oulldlng (855,884; the
Patent Office buildings snd grounds, (3,754 -
883; tho Arsenal buildings, 9233,324, and
grounds, (1,321,607; the Marine Barracks
ground, (31,835, and the buildings, (320,637;
Naval Hospital, (7,108,128; Bureau of En
graving and Printing grounds, (27,618;
buildings, (327,537; Winder's building,
by Engineer's Bureau of the Army,
$214,307; United HUtes Medical Museum,
(06,280; General l'oat Office grounds, $312,
495; building, (2,184,500; Government Print
ing Office, (336,000; Judiciary Squerw
City Hall, 81,310,718; U nited State«
8585,550; United states New Yard ground,
(1.413,600; buildings and w harves, *3,615,
808; Botanical Gardens—grounds, (1,408,
251; buildings, (556,076; hot houses,868,508.
The aqueduct I» valued at $3,847,547, and
water pipes and plugs $178,876. The Inter
used
and
Jail,
sections of streets, circles and spaces are
pul down at $4,688,942, the Department of
Justice ground $150,000, and building,
$150,000; the Government Inaaue Asylum,
$1,8.0,775 : the Reform School, 9831,056;
tbe Soldiers' Home grounds,(333,947; build
ings, 1350,000; Msval Magasine, (05,000;
tbo Georgetown |XM>t office and custom
house, (63,787. The valuations foot up a
grand total ol (80,007,733.
The Khedive's Wire.
[London ktsudard. J
The wife of the Khedive is a remarkable
wfuiiflii, both by descent nod for her per
sonal quail les. Her mother waa the daugh
ter of a Turkish Sultan; her father the son
of uu Egyptian Khedive and a descendant
of Mohammed All, the founder of the
present dynasty. Tewfik Pasha, who mar
rl«Mi her 10 year« ugo, when she was only 20,
ha» never jrtven her any rival in hla affec
tiou or In his household. They have four
children, two sons and two daughter», who
are educated by English governesses In
English Ways. The Princess looks more
like »4 European than our Idea of an
Egyptian lady. 8he has brown hair, a
dazzling white complexion, great brown
eyes ami a Queenly carriage. 8ho dresse«
latest Parisian fashion, aud
docs not, like most Oriental ladies, con
stantly «moke aud eat confections. 8hc
speak* French fluently, and uses that lan
guage when ahe receives foreigners. 8uch
visitors she greets with a slight inclination
of the head and gives them her hand to
kt**. Her own countrywomen kneel before
her and kiss the hem of her garment till she
gives them a stgu to rise. She has estab
lished a much stricter étiqueté than pre
vailed at the Court of Ismail Pasha. Her
husband has the greatest confidence in her
judgment, and does nothing important
without her approval. Her power» must
have been severely taxed during the late
events, bat at any rate she never lost her
courage. Her sharing all the perils of the
Khedive and refusiug the shelter oflered her
on board the English ships has endeared
her to all Egyptians.
A4" Eur on» dliue get a package of Diamond [
Dyes at the druggist**. Thuy color anything th«
simplest and mo-i deidruhle color«.
In the
KIDNEY-WORT
C FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
• CONSTIPATION.
— Ho othar disease la ao prevalent In this coon
F* try u Oonatlpstion, and no remedy
• «quailed tho oelobrsUd Kldnoy-Wort ma »
C our*. Whatever the oauae, however obattnate
osa*. UH« romody will overcome it.
Dll PR THIS diatrosein*
■ ■ ■■»we plaint la very apt to be
5 oomplleoted with oonou potion Kldnäy-Wort
a, rtra&ffthan« th* weakened porta and quickly
• eure« all ktndaol Piles even when phyilcions
« snd modldneo hove befbre flUlcd.
f. AS- tyif you have either of thno troublas
has ever
* PRICI »1.1 U8E I Druggists Sell
KKATF.8T BARGAINS
. KVRB OFFERED IN THIS CITY.
G
r IAN08 I
»KE TUB LIST OP
I I'F.l.KHHATKl)
HAKKRS.
WM. KNABE A CO.,
HTKINWAY A BUNS,
F. BACON,
IIKII INO,
If ARRINGTON.
VOBK A WIN.
KMKU80N,
II ALK.
Pianos
Ft. .in 017Ô
rptefl.MO.
-ORGANS By Tho
Qrgans .SMITH AMERICAN CO.,
From ffi) TAYLOR A PARLEY OO.,
Up t»» f»0. HRIIHIEI'ORT CO.. AC.
fteo«jnd hand Plano» by Htelnwar, Hale, Mey
Slid others for «40. fiO, fl7ö and 02
Second baud Organs by Geo. Wooil, K»U*y,
Mason A Hamlin, for 016, |2Q, fM', |80.
H. F. ROBELEN,
710 MARKET STREET.
novti-tjanl-tui-«IJt*-W

j; H. M'WHORTER A CO„
Wh* l« , ealc and Ititall Dealer« In all Kind« of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC.,
STEAM ENGINES .V SEPARATORS.
NO. 216 WIGHT FRONT HTREET, WIL„ PrX.
dec28wft<lw-tf
'yyiLMINGTON COLOR WORKS.
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
-am—
80LUABLE BLUE FOR THE LAUNDRY
—ar—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. fi and 8 E. Third St.
J^INDKMAN PIANOS!
A 7-octave Stein way Square
A 7-octave Chase Square.
Halnee Upright, and a fine 1% oct. at
$175, at
LINDEMAN BROS,
HI & 113 W. Fourth St.
CINCINNATI, O
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An important feature in
dress is a nicely fitting Pair of
Pants. Without them the
entire suit can be spoiled in
effect. Our cut represents a
customer well pleased with the
faultless hang of his Pants, a
point of merit in which we
excel.
S.
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
aepJSt)an-M
0UR ASSORTMENT
-OF
OVERCOATS
H
3
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\
\
cur«*
In
(Jannot be beaten, either in
Style, Goods or Price, for Men
Youths' Boys' or Children.
Rock bottom prices an& all
clothing guaranteed as repre
sented at
nr
and
the
and
John II. Moore's
228 MARKET ST.
-THE—
OI.D AND RELIABIiE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
Full lines ol all kinds of
Goods for Winter wear. Call
to-day and examine them.
novlltJanl-lU
$30,000 lor $2.
>
g2 D POPULAR
MONTH l.Y DRAWING.
;
QoM MONWEALTH
Distribution Co.
In tho city of LOUISVILLE, on
Wednesday, January 31st, "83.
On the Iasi day of each month (Sunday«
excepted). Keneatod adjudication by Federal
HUte Courts have placed tbl* company beyond
the oentroversy or the law. To thl« Company
»♦eloiigs the sole honor ofhavlng Inaugurated the
only plan by which their drawing« are proven
haneet and hür beyond questlou.
hand a large
N.'B. -The Company has now _
capital and reserve fhud. Read carefully the lift
of prise« for the
JANUARY DRAWING.
.030,000
. 10,000
. 3,000
.10,000
.10,000
. 10,000
.10,000
.it, ooo
. » 0.000
>. 2,700
. uaoo
1RS::::::
1 Prise..
10 Prises, 1,000 each
2Ö *• 500 ••
100 "
20 "
10 ••
MW)
r*
p.
Âpprox im ail»
»0
2D0 "
100 ••
I
w
MW0 Prise«.
.fill, 40T
WHOLE TICKETS, »2. HALF TICKETS, fl.
27 Tickets, |80: MlTcksU, # 100 .
Remit Money or Uauk Draft In letter, or «end
by Kxnr«ss. Don't «end by lteurlstenHi Letter or
Po«t Gtfl«e Ortler. (Inters of #6 and upwar«l by
Express can be «ent at our ex iiense. Adtlrra« all
orders v> B. M. BOARDMAnT Oonrter-J mu rsal
Building, Louisville, Kv. A» w-lv-M
hi fi vom UHA LÉCHA.
P. 1K)NAHOE,
-BOTTLEK OF
AGKNT OF WILLIAM
A CO.'» PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
— ALSO—
e Celebrated Barthoiomay Rec' ester Beer.
Ae brewing« »r« unequalled for vurlty and
flavor; constantly on hand In k*fi or
bottled. Mineral water« In all
the different flavor».
517 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
J 0HN
AND BULK
MAMET
WILMINGTON. DEL.
4WP otite and accommodating driver«. Order«
ai y mall promptly attended to. He I« also connec
ted with tbe Telephone Exc hange, and hU signal
■Tt-li
11
TlfE HOLD IN STORE AND IN Ü. 8.
Tv BONDED WAREHOUSE« pare
whiskies from the following oel*br*ted
tlllerle«*'
A. Overbolt A Oo., Janunry 1W» and Juno IMA
A. Guck« nheimer ft Bro., M»yl079.
John OlbMon. Von A Co.. May 1*70 aud June M80.
Hannls Distilling Co., August 1*70.
Hlmrwood, November 1B7B and June 1800.
Nevt-ralnk (Reading, Fa.,) February, 1000.
. Vernon« May, i»0.
The above g,.jds will be «old either lu bond or
; paid at the lowest market rate«. Hample«
y be «een at this store.
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RO. 10BMARKET STREET.
ntATCB Kn.LT A OQ,
»T**»
QRANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
-tit FACT—
PUREST. RICHESTAND
WHISKY EXTANT.
By the .»lion or bottle.
THE
BEST RYE
JAMES A. KELLY
Absolntelypnre rye.
A reliable stimulant
S. W. COIL TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
■T*-ly-tt
Uniform In
And delicate in flavor.
snd safe tonte.
COSMOPOLITAN
200 WEST SECOND ST.,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
CHOICE LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
nousE.
THE BEUT LAGER IN THE CITY.
Warm Lunch every morning and Saturday
night. A I1AUBEK,
ut*\24-3in-20 PROPRIETOR,
V
m
iOlKALE LlQUQ
m
HAMMAH'/* VU It A
WTi CHZ5SS2B
SAITE
«
Iii
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Dnwiaw* is
pftm, not araur<\ its origin I»
within ; It« maul testations wlthaut. ftenoa to
cur«* the fllspaai* the
must be mnoTffl, anO
other way t .o a cure ever be effected.
WARNKU'8 SAKE KIDNFA AND LIVEli
CURE la ♦ Htahllr.lini on |u«t tbla plinetpie.
rvollzrj that
In
95 Per Cent.
nr nil rtliwase.« anw from deranged kidneys and
llv«r, and It strikes at «no«* at the root of theclffl
oultj. The elements of which it Is
directly upon there great organ», »»otli as a fo««d
and rentorcr, and by placing them In u healthy
condition, «Irlve disease and pain from thesyntem.
For the Innumerable trouble« caused by u»s*
healthy Kidney. Liver nn*4 Urinary Organ«; for
the distressing Disorder» of Women ; for Malaria,
and for physical derangements generally, this
great remedy has no equal. He war« of Imposters,
Imitation,, and concoctions raid to be Just as good.
" k f,,r
Kor Kate by all dealers.
II. H. WARNER A CO.,
ROOHFHTFR, N. * .
r
'T* OR
,W\
%A\
{BEFORE -AND-AFTER
I
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> Electric Appliances aro sent on 30 Days' 1 rial.
Tü RüEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
W ill» nro bufTeiing from Nanrous DeaiLmr,
Lo«t ViTAt.irv. Lack or Nkrvk Fonça and
i sting Weaknjcmsrh, and all those disease
resulting from Abuse» and
.1 complete rest»
d Manhood (ü'akantued.
t discovery of tho Nineteenth Century,
lor Illustrated Pamphlet free. Addreaa
Natv
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tllK
hegnuit
; V31TA16 BUT SO.. (UB5HAU. WI6H.
m
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DR. A. RUSSELL
Office 515 Tatnall Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
I^i^îV^ln »he treatment of all
ClIKOMC 1»1SEASES of txith
, r , 0
>crv«*u« lFcDii ty^LHtîîïnhoôd,' DUeaw« SSfS&
Throat, Lung», ^kln. Eye«, Kara, Heart.
Stomach. Bowels etc Tape -ml all utlmr worm«
r* moved In a ft w hours without raatlng or alck
ne»». Consultation free. Hour»,* 0 a. m., to 8
p. in. Sunday I0a ; m . to« p. m. No exbo-bl
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ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,
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Only Sunday Newspaper
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WILMINGTON.
All the Local
-AND
Telegraphic News !
Strictly Non-Partisan.
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS AN
ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
"THE STAR
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I« served to aubecrlbera rongboot tb« city
early on Sunday mornings at tbo
moderate price of
TWELVE CENTS A MONTH. PAYABLE
At TH* END OP THE MONTH.
8INGLE UOP1XA, THREE CENTS
ADDHRMfl
J. B. BELL
NO. 502 KIN a ST
MIMCMLI.jUTMO UM.
E. G G. GREENMAN & CO,
411 MARKET STREET AND 40« 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 ; ornamer ts of every descrip
tion.
11°° of Git«« and other wares, etc., etc., which we will sell at very low
prices. Do not fail to call and examine eur stock before pure lining elaewhere.
E. C. G. GREENMAN & CO,
E. C. 0. GREENMAN.
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GEORGE W. GOODUEY.
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware tor •
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne Wine,
PRICE LIST.
Per Cane IS
do 24
87.00*
ft
18.00
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Cases
10 Case»
35 Cases
5 per cent.
- 10 per cent.
16 per cent
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALK. DASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Pure Rye Old Star "Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
REMOVAL !
From S. W. Cor. to X. E Cor. Fifth and King Sts.
WHERE W .S HAVE. OPENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Wart-room Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
F.vcr offered in Delaware, made expressly for our new warerootn from
the newest designs and at the lowest price«.
DAVIDSON & BEO.
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CHE AP JOH IN',
No. 416 Market Street,
Offers ejtra Inducements to the frugal CHRISTMAS BUYER to
purchase goods that will suit a limited purse. CROCKERY,
CUTLERY, HARDWARE, VA8E8, LAMPS, (we have
there) and all articles that are either useful or ornamental. It
will pay anyone to call and learn prices.
em
CHEAP JOHN. 416
Market Street,
"Wilmington, Delaware.
M«n-a
FOE THE HOLIDAYS!
WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
CONFECTIONS
PUT UP IN HANDSOME BASKETS AND BOXES,
Which are particularly desirable for a present at this sooeon of the year.
Attention is invited to our largo variety of Une CAKES, which we are
pleased to »erve in large or small quantlileg. Persons desiring the BEST
and FRESHEST ran alwavB be accommodated. Ladle» and Gentlemen
visiting the city will And our DINING ROOM »up pi led with all the
delicacies of the season at reasonable price.
G. BYRON MORSE,
1300 CHESTNUT ST, PHILA.
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FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
KERT I L I Z E R
FOB WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
T
(JQp^One of the best Fertilizers ever used in New
Castle county. For facts of the case inquire of
Samuel Hanby, Noms Talley, Curtis C. Hanby, 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. M. HINK80N, Traveling Agent.
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Special Announcement '
Special Announcement !
Samuel Lees,
Nos. 8, 6, 7 and 9 N. Second Street, (above Market) Philad a,
offers great inducements In
BLACK BILKS, CA8HMEBK8, DRESS GOOD8, TABLE LINENS, MUSLINS,
«LOVK8, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, Ere.
8TOKRKREPFaR8 8ÜTPLIRD AT LOWEST JOBBING RATK&.
SAMUEL LEES,
NOH. », 4, 7 and 3 NORTH SECOND STREET and NORTH EAST CORNER EIGHTH and BI'KINH
OARDEN STREETS. PHILADELPHIA. ocVO
Dr.
l . CURE JOHNSON'S
fP Indian Blood Syrup
I Cures all diseases of the Stomaoh. Liver,
B Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood.
I Millions testify to its effioaoy in heal
Bing the above named diseases, and pro
;{/ nounoe it to be the
BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN.
Gu aranteed to cure Dyspepsia.
IffAGENTS WANTEO. a H
Laboratory 77 W. 3d St, New York City. Druggists seU it
TRADE MARK

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