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LINCOLN ON MoCLELLAN ■rotated by Ki-Oov.rnor BWIr et Mlehlgan. addreM at Bellevue, Mich., î. fliwemor Austin Blair gare au account E fthe rutiven-lull ofdovernor* of Northern le,T.t met at Altoona, Pa., at the time "7I. | 6 ,ulm; uf the emancipation procla " f 1 ' ,' pr,.,l... Lincoln, In 18(13. The "«otlon »»» called to bring an Influence £1» President Lincoln to Induce Mm tn isJuc li nrocUmation or do some »ct m m at llb'Tty the 4,000,000 slaves; A KfUilulH«:» Ausiln •ent Id h biulie Hrcsfdchl outwitted them by tuulug .proclamation the »me d»y their con „Bilim met. The K ov..roor, then decided torn unto WashlnKHMi end present to the taillent not the urgent resolution, they Li Intemleil, but an addre» compllment lorhlm upon the utep he had taken. This Jjmu W prepared in an able manner by Oorernur Andrew, of Masaachuactta, who „„tit to Presii'eiit Lincoln aa he sat at his while the Governors were seated After that an Incident ddk. around the r< happen^ 1 that Governor Blair said he had BMnlief re related to any one. Governor Kirkwood, "f h»wa, since a United States Seostor ami Secretary of the Interior, rose * "Mr * I'n sldent—I should be delighted turn to my home and say to the ppopie of Iowa that, the President of the Uniu'il «tales believes General George B. McClellan is a l*«v*l man." He branched 0 1 ujK.ii other auhjerts connected with the <1 by repeating with more "i should he glad, Mr. Tresi could I re 11lien ''I «nphai»^ : dent, to tell Hie people of Iowa that you be licvp in tin* loyalty and patrloLlam of George B. M. , 'IpII»ii." Taklntf lii** down from the deek upon which lin y had in;«* •sting, Mr. Lincoln his feet and straightened up, ap s taller than usual, and apparent exclt B. McClellan spninir jwrently two inelie said, with much force and ability : 'Loyal 1 George u loyal an any one of you." Thte »topping I moment I In* pre sident's face assumed ita natural pleasant look, and he continued In « natural and pleasing tone : gentlemen, Genera) McClellan 1» ingly well inlormed general, and is very eirelul, in fact, too careful, and the great trouble with him is that when he wins a victory he doesn't, know what to do with "I'll toll you, exceed ■ •body else?" mildly "Why »1 try luggestfti Governor Blair. "We might do that and mi^ht lose an army by it," was th«* quick response of the president, which Governor Blair admitted d him." "compliti ly unlit Tlielioi of it French Statesman. Lon<lon Truth.] M. Clcmenccau's flat cinquième In the Rue Montaigne is prettily and snugly fur nished. Mark« of taste and of New England housewifery everywhere visible. All th e ■curtained and the floors car p ted. An old-fashioned poliahed mahogany •eichest with brass corners and ornaments,* itandimr o windows table which is Chine twisted up at each of the four angles, is a prominent object in a wide, low ante cham ber. i carved oak linen-press, very antique ind massive, ih another. It coines from La Vendee. Sticks, hats, umbrellas and arms ire placed «ruction. The walls plainly framed engravings, and portieren of heavy hut inexpensive stuffs half hide the doon>. One of these o; ens on a dining-room Three faience water meal e )ut try-women take to springs to let eh water, ornament the top oft-he stove. Cl menceau bought them at Arles im two l windtiw^ there is a gaudy but extremely •lightly vsu* ;_ liar in sha|»e and large •ingeoek. It v In mend the falls 33 a Japanese rack of odd con ; ornamented with pretty as a plot m, such as I'ri wlch, haa his he fered ■s each. Betw two hi and pale yellow, in sfzc. Ilie s as a gift of some old A glazed buffet contains pretty plate, brought from New England »du from the old Vcndcau Chateau, pretty porcelain, ami other housewife'« treasures. Another buffet Stands on the opposite It is unglazed, and is filled with treasured which the master of the house «w collected hia heart pecu subject ha* tief held It a e Revolutionist, M able with much care and sets They are Bokaro tea diieh are of fantistic shape «na coveriil with no less fanciful designs, ine breakfast'.! able is the place where at noon Clemenceau gives audiences to intimate neiHis, hut to none other. The-set is Anglo rance-Ainerican, and very dainty,although utliing j g expensive. When a friend site D to share the repast, wine is brought. MercooM with ice is the usual beverage, e cmsini is not very substantial, and is as • a American as French, l'he drawing -r.® lp artistic, but not with affectation, trait t rr f' C(,Ua 1 of Madame and the por ri n , nhi, ' ur were Jone by gilted and ft^n ^ r eiH 8 A K*w Eastern carpets break k of a crimson floorcloth. Üiere w not mii<*ii furniture, but it is all choice. tthi'.f 1 , aur * 8 porcelain jardimere, on Wh * î 1 ?'* ttru l,I K bright flowers in It w rt e ' htan ^ 8 ,n middle of the room. *mn? S "t 1 Very < 08,, y> but is quite hand nf . . .. Iw " Woo Chinese vases flank a pair onokllng-.|o ()1 . K ere llD(1 there ftre pr ^ tty Iule o . '•'*' ,,n **nceau , s "den" looks on a fiilJi' J m / ,a,,, «»ted with large delft vases briuht Wl ' kerauium plants. They are Gr \ Uni , • V, ' t repose to the wMts* |,M ', "g-fhair speaks of American » ire many old engraved *n and sights of the First lurniy •• the walls. Cobden Club litera Clem,.. object on a low shelf. dowMn! l V iU18luL 'P B aIwa y« with open win " 0,1 '* »arrow divan that Ails a long He is upon. pots, some of ae la of Knt Picture!, Bevol uii "I the of •"rifol his den. fond of cold air lieai \ ,,, ' ,,coau i8 appreciative of stove eariv r/'H U P very late he Is not exuL ; ' r \ C1 '' r,1 «"feau Is sober In all thiuffs '•* ''' am of cigars and ten. A V "I s a , - —. v Lgly G nost '» N'ati., ,ar,ll,,IK y° un K la(, y of Brcwiklyn waa the th< * tro u ,)lp 8 she had had in *■ 1 * ll(i ghobt which had walked •tci* mi i 0,11 hiokcd something like alob reni,.,.,» 8<,l 1 ,U!t hiug like a scare crow. She food J' r ' ' tl,at fi he had enjoyed a very ho w it vT7 ! lob8ter 8alad. When asked l, t( j in ,, us ,,ia t she was able to be out of alwavBb J uor, il || g, she remarked that she Killt„ * ^ A bott l® Peuhy Davis's Pain doRi. R ,, ' ' t ' r room, and that two moderate dfivp.,,, 'Is most efficient remedy had lveu foe ghost away. *'*requfruS-W v ®getable, uo particularoara UHlng Dr.' Piero«'« "Pleasant turimi, « They oper >te without dls> tlon. f„. . " e constitution, diet, or o^oupa* bloo.l di,.,., ' k headache, oonsttpatlon, impurfi tck. bad eructations from the »torn« *° r *Klon r.f bii n mout h, bllloug attacks, paid tag about Rtim?®?' ,nternM lever, bloated teel br. l*iero H 'ii to .l ua ?,h' ru8 h of blood to head, take 0 8 pellets," By druggists. wfcs iiiU, I„. r r , Titel Question*. Ahk the moat emliicut phyMcian Ol any school, what lathe beat thing lu the world for quieting and allaying nil Irri tations of the nerves and curing all forma of nervous < ninplainta. giving natural childlike reff« ailing sleep always? And they Will tell you unhesitatingly '•Some form of Ho|>* !" CHAPTER I Aakanyofull the omul eminent physi cians: What is the le*at ami only remedy can ha relied ou to cure all diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs; such as Bright's disease, diabetes, retention or Inability to retain urine, and all the diseases and ail ments peculiar to Women"— And Uiey will tell you explic.lty and em phatically "Buchu." Ask the same physicians 4 'What is the most reliable and surest dyspepsia; con stipation, Indigoatlon, biliousness, malarial fever, agao, fco and they will tell you . Mandrake ! or Dandelion !" Hence, when these remedies with others equally valuable And compounded Into Hop Hitters, such a fOacUtdcd nest week,] A Spleudlrt Number. The summer Issue of 8trawhfiây$ é Clothier'$ Quarterly, just out, Is a splendid number; every ladle«. New stitches; Instructions in amateur art, and hOw to adorn the person and decorate the home; a pretty piece of new vocal music; and the summer fa» liions in every depa ment of dry goods fully illustrated. Frf 15 cents; get a copy from your news-dealer or send to Btraw bridge & Clot hier, Phila delphia. that I cure for all liver diseases Rage ie pf luÿfoM to fancy work desIgBS I hi an<l rt Ice, A Bolivian Monster. ».I World.3 [Panama Star The Brazilian Minister at La Paz, Bolivia, has remitted to the Minister o! Foreign Af fairs in Rio Janeiro, photographs ol draw ings of an extraordinary Saurian killed tin; Hçnt after receiving 35 hails. By order of the President; of Bolivia the dried body, which had been preserved at Asuncion, was La Paz. It is 12 metr e long from snout to point of the tail, which latter is flattened. Besides the anterior head it has, four metres behind, two small but com pletely formed beads rising from the back. All three have much resemblance to the head of a dog. The legs are shört and end in formidable claws. * The legs, belly and lower part of the .throat appear defended by a kind of scale armor, and all the back is protected by a still thicker and double cuirass, starting from behind the ears of the anterior head and continuing to the tail. The neck is long and the belly large, and almost dragging on the ground. Professor Given, who examined the beast, thinks it is not a monster, but a member of a rar3 or almost lost s|>ecles, as the Indians in soide »arts of Bolivia us« small earthen vases oi dentlcai shape and probably copied from nature. sent TkUSCKAPHlC MAI TICK. Our latest correspondence, May 10, 1«8L brimes to us the narrative of Henry B. Ingram, the General Superintendent of thq District Messenger Co , of New Haven. Conn. Mr. In gram says : "For many months I had been sorely troubled with a weak and tired feeling across the loins,'.almost invariably aocoinpanied with a headache, I had uottoed also that at stated periods following these pains mÿ urine would be highly colored, and leave a heavy, brick-colored sediment when allowed to stand In the vessel. I could not work, and 1 was dis couraged to hel ed me. 1 was prescribed for by some of the best physicians in New York city, where I benefit alarming degree. Nothing located at that time, but derived relief. When almost ready to givo up lp de , '1 want you and hardly twenty-four hours had elapsed nefore I ob tained relief, and in three weeks' time all the aforesaid ailmeuts had disappeared and I im proved steadily, and w.-s infused with so that 1 could resume my baslners again,which to strains ol all kinds, j likoly to affect the kidneys, namely : acquaintance said to Bpair to try Hunt's Remedy.' I did life, id one that subjects which Erecting telegraph and telephone lines. Hunt's Remedy iccupies the most honored place In my cabinet of medlolnes. without it, and I cheerfully and heartily recom mend it to all who I would net be troubled with «Usessea of It hevur the liver, kidney or urluary organs, falls 33 Cbntiib Street. TOWN liLERK FOIiTE-TWO HEARS. The following ts from Mr. Otbnlal Gager; the well-known and respected Town Clerk of Nor old aud Mr Gager is 80 yo wlch, Conn haa held th«s position df trust for 42 years aud his word 1« he write« as follows . "For years I have auf fered with disease of the kidneys and bladder hositancy In recommending Hunt's his bond. On May 5,1883, 1 have Remedy as a specific for thés» complaints. It ha* not'only been the means of rèlleviiig terrible pain, but has cured a number of my ac quaintances. To-day 1 tief of the office of T held for forty-two years, which I could not be I not In a fair state of health owing to the use of Hunt's Remedy." oi performing the du Clerk, which I have able to do A NOTED »ÜT UNTITLED WOMAN. [Prom the Boston Qiobe.] % The above law good likeness of Mrs. Lydia E. Pink • bam, of Lyon, Mass., who abovs all other human baiugu may be truthfully coljedthe "Dear Friend of Womah * ae some of her correspondents love to call her. f<h > la EeaJRtBiy devoted to her work, which is (he outcome of a llfeatudy, and Is obliged to keep six lady assistants, to help her answer the large correspondence whiohdaily pours In upon her, each bearing Its special burdei of suffering, or Jog at release from It. Rei Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not «vil purpose*. I have personally investigated it and satisfied of the truth ef this. On oooount of its proven merits. It Is recommended and prescribed by the best physicians in the country. One says 1 "It works like a charm and saves much pain. It will cure entirely the worst form of falling of the uterus, Leucorrhcsa, irregular and painful Menstruation, all O*nrton4fro«»ble% Ta ftw m^ atidn Ulceration, Flooding* all Displacements and the con t spinal weakness, and is especially a do p ted to and the Change of Life." ... r.' \ \ . . It permeates aveiy portion of th« «yfctetB, and give» now fife and vigor. It removes faintness, flatuMaoy, destroys all cravtsg for ttUnuIants. sad relieve* weak ness of the itoimuk h cures Bloating« Hsadsches, Nervous Prostration, General Debility, filteiilnsali'Ss, Depression and Indigestion. That freHrur •* bearing down, causing pain, weight and backache, is always permanently cured by it* use. IAjslll atoll times, apd under all clrcumstanoes, aet in hartaony with tee Jaw «hat governs the female system. It costs only gL per bettleor six foe $5., and is sold by druggists. Any sdvMfe required»»tp special sssns, aud the names of many who hove beep rçstdrgfl to perfect health by the obtained by addr«Ring at her home In Lynm, Moss. For Kidney Complaint of ««her sex this compound is Unsurpassed as abundant testimonials show. "Mrs. Plnkham's Liver Pills," »»ye one writer, "«re tefen in the world tor the cure of Constipation, Biliousness and Torpidity of tee fiver, Her Blood Purifier works wonders in its special fine and bids fair to equal the Compound in its popularity. All must respèct her es an Angel o< Mercy whoee eole ambition is to <W good to others. can bo »•ply. $7rs> A. M. IX ;; KIDNEY-WORT 1 g HAS BEEN PROVED • Th« ■UR«»T CURE for 1 KIDNEY DI8EA8E8. Doeaalama book or til nord® red urine tudl f them DO NOT r EO«TA£Ä tW®Ädi^.Wort stonqe.cdr«*«. i% wtunKWdSye^. oome the disease and reetoro healthy action. I arilAC For o'»»Plain ta peculiar »■« U IC O a t.o y our »ex, »uoh an pain and weakneaseo, Kidney-Wort is unsurpassed, aa it will act promptly and safely. Either Sex. Incontinence, retention of urine, brick duet or ropy depoaita, and dull dragging, -.11 speedily yield to ita curative power I.» BY ALL »UTJOOIPTg. pn«, ! S Î 43- 80 KÎDNEY-WQRT "My friend, R. C. Legard, of this city, used to be drawn double from painful Kidney Disease. Kidney- Wort cured him " Jas. M. Kinney, Druggist, Alleghaney • Ity, Pa., Aug. 22-82. ■aaaaîi-gi IS A SURE CURE K fDN? tor all disease, of tha Kidney, and LIVER It ba .pcoiflo action thfa most important organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and inaction, stimulating the healthy secretion of the Bile, and by keeping the bowels in free condition, effecting its regular discharge Malaria. ŒSs; In the spring to cleanse the System, every one should take a thorough oouree of It. Il U- BOLD ■ Y DRUGGISTS. Price *1. E3EBÜSŒiai "I've gained 20lbs. Intwomonths*" writes Mr. J. U. Power, of Trenton, ijl., (Doc. 2-88), "and . I'd Htifl'ered with liver dtaorriers •luce 1882. Kidney-Wort cured Wie." tkroifg word» fr m a New York clergyman : "1 unhesitatingly reeommed Kidney-Wort. It greatly bencfltted m-," says Rev. 0. E. Kemble, 0# Mohawk, N* Y. am a well .*i 'îîiîüi ' r KIDNEY-WORT clOR THE PERMANENl CURE OF \ CON STIPAT ION. Nb otlunr disease U so prevalent in ttusooun try aa Constipation, and no remedy has ever t * É * tlAll 'î3L t1 **. oeleteated Kidney-Wort aa a t Cure, whatever the cause, however obstinate * L * ■ - * Pteint a* very apt to be oomplioated withoonsfcipatdon Jtidney Wort strengthens the weakened parts and qoiokly Of cures all kinds oi Piles oven when physician» • and medicines have before fkiled. F **■ ririf yo« have either of the«* troubles Sec hxu KIDNEY-WORT "For 12 years," writes Ly Georgia, Vt., *•! found piles, until 1 tried Kidney-Wort. It has cured T. Abell, of other relief from T HE GREAT CURE h V I FOB. |: I — RH EU MAT+8M— I E KIDNEY«,LIVER AND BOWELS. g It olsanses the system of the acrid poison H that causes the dreadful suffering which « only the victime of Rheumatism can realise. > „ THOUSANDS OP CASE of the worst forma of this terrible dineaeel • have been quickly xfilieved, end In short time > PERFECTLY C JRED. _ , »JLU BY DUL'GG18TS.|-c sent by mail. k: WELL»,BlCHABDSON&Co..Bnrllr (rtonVt iai.uiatftvi.f B I Ji 2 U PKICE, $1. Liqi'ID Di v "I had habitual costivoneas, pain d rheumatism," writes 8. J. Hcott, Burllng , Vt., Kidney-W» » lie back lma cured them all." ,iOas' A ill liKimji] CURE.''"'JIH [C m UEItfimVE FAC-SIMILE— Prominent Lr (era, ALL white on a black ground. Beware of «caler» who attempt to pnlm • I -llTAriON.BUBSTITLTION or\\ Oil Li'IiiS goods which yield them a I..UW. i ilUFlf. None are genuine without G iW~ SAFE. 11. II. WAPAitCR A CO.. Kochest« r Cholera! 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Send at onoe for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VO' TAIO BEIT CO., MARXHAU, HP.tflH. • t fl RHEUMATISM AND COuT CURED When we on omablish «>y a chain of «vkdeaoe **li ch every inquiry but makes stronger, ihat wi on / y r> al, or radical remedy for Rheumatk H.sordere. and we put that evidence within the reacl f every sullerer wW out money and without pries, wt 1 b -t the fool will turn to it iu ar, or close bis eyes to Hie glad tidings wo bring t( ' is bligl tod life In jus i - 0 to us, to you, to yom lencndent fnmtfeB, and to t'*e cousammutionof yaw on w«r* «trick' n down bj o with usbri few moment. I.o nave drank of the water full of tlio joy health, rea.iy U lelt to the world their gl;id e\j>erlenoe. We wiii give yoc no fulse statement, sud m ike an assert *<w which -annot, by pro|>er inquiry (by letter or 1 reugl 11 tends) ho probed 1» the bottom and found to be fill *t truth Î t'lO Inim th:if dtiou befo re ask ties ^1 Béat 9 >0 </ «V» tel» Mr r«waiOM* st HrXok. 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Htrawbridge & f lothi'-r's, EIGHTH A MAHKEi E1UHTH A KlI.BKln PHil.AtrKl.HHlA. LIQUOR DEALERS. GRAND UNION HOTEL, [European Plan] and Restaurant, OPPOHITK THF PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT, Wilmington, Delaware. Tills hotel is a new building, entirely newly furnished In a most • legant style and offers American sud G> r man comforts. Refresh menu and eatable s first-class at fair prices. HF.NRV BLoUTH, Proprietor. THE BEST GLASS X -OF BEER! -IN THE CITY, AT* E. P. FR EYE'S, NO. 17 EAST SECOND STREET. Jy23-tfl! C HA8. o . H BECKETT, —IMPORTER OF PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, 108 WEST SEVENTH STREET. SAMPLE BOOM. IV» -12tf. ' gPECHT Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery —AND— & SPAHN BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT, ^ilmTnoto^ iROTa^"^ by mall promptly filled. Families supplied with bottled beer; pint bottles A cents a dosen. A share of your patronage Is I ted. CORK • AOTOrdt respecuthll^sollc JOHN F. DOLAN, NO. 6 WEST THIRD ST. —Dealer In Choice - WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. ysters In every style. Berved on shortest Ice. DOLAN No. • West Third Street. W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. S. BONDED WAREHOUSES pure rye whiskies from the following celebrated dis tillerie» • A. Overholt A Co., Janumr 187» and June 1680. A. Guckenhelmer A Bro., May t870. John Gibson. Hon A Co.,May 187» and Jane 18». Hannis Distilling Co., August 187». Sherwood, November 1879 and June 18». Neversiuk (Beading, Pa.,) February. 1««». Vernon, May. 1860. not Jy«-tr The above g,.jds will be sold cither in bond or e lowest market rates. Hamples tax paid may be seen at this store. NO. 108 MARKET STREET. myfr-20 FRANOlH KELLY A ftX) QRANGE PURE RYE WHISKY. GROVE —m FACT— THE PUREST. RICHEST AMD B ST BYK WHISKY EXTANT. bottle. Ry the galion JAME8 A. KELLY ? Uniform In quality Rich an« delicate In flavor. Abeolutelypure rye^ A reliable stimulant ». W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGK STB IXV6-1T-»* and safe tonic. ' TOHN P. DONAHOE. O -BOTTLER OK AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MABBffk A CO.'8 PHILADELPHIA I Ale, Porter and Brown Stoift, —ALSO— e Oe.abrated Bartholomay Kacliester Beer, l'he brewings are unequalled for parity and flavwr; constantly on hand In kega or bottled. - Mineral water» In all the different flavors. ^17 AND 519 ORANGE STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. AfiTPolite and acconkJiKidatlng drivers. Ordfera i»y mall promptly attended to. Hals also connec ted with the Telephone Exchange, and his signal ■ ny 1-18 t fl - <1 Ml H. M'WHORTKR & CO., E. Wholesale and Retail Dealer» In all Kinds ol AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC., STEAM ENGINES A SEPARATORS. MC 1 « WrST^HOVTHTFFKTj^WIL^lIKl. O. M'CORMICK, B. E. OOR. SEVENTH AND JEFFEKBON STB —Dealer In— J. GROCERIES —AMD— PROYI8IONB. Best grades of FLOUR, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS a —ta mimcmlkaneoub. JOHN MEALEY, NO. 205 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. Solr Agent for State oi Delaware tor WERNER & CO.'S C b a nip ague AV i n e PRTCR LlfT •i Q . *r < -as** P-A. If »irtcritrirr tn tftj/. i •» HI ('ll.. IMPORTER BA88 AJjf. BR"M> £> U1. IM 1 'ORTET AND KEY WEST M< ; \ l;s urr Hye Did St«v W hiskv. HKT.Y \t*T r,!V»if R AT.E. n ninmond O Wltislcv. KENNEBEC ICE AND DUAL COM'Y PRINCIPAL. OrrlCK, N. É. COR. SECOND AND KINO STREET» : —ICE HOUSE AMD COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE— Branch Office and Depot, Fourth and Poplar st», and No. 3» West Eighth si, PRICE OF EASTERN ICE . 48 tenu P«r week 116 pounds dally n 44 '* ** 120 ** ** poands telly. H cents per I* •• a „«O^OUNDt? ÄNO OVER AT THE RATE OF 80 CTO. PEK ICO POUNDS. The least neglect or incivility on the part of the driver should he made known at the office r ec ? 1 ^ e P T0m ?' ,ltt€nt11011 * We keep constantly ou hand a CHOICE HELKOTJO* OF* OAL mte *he inost popular mines, which we deliver lp cellars free of cl'srge, where shod wagon van he used. DR CLARK JOHNSON S 7 Indian Blood Syrup ! < I Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Mein and Blood MILLIONS testify to its efficacy in healing the abeve-named diseases, and pronounce it to be the —BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA. _g? H AGENTS WANTED. Labratory, 77 W. 3d St New York City. Druggists sell rt. ' The Celebrated Continental Brewing Co.'s Ale, Porter, Brown Stout and Lager Beei also JOHN F. BETZ & SON'S CELEBRATED BOHEMIAN AND LAGER BEER, FOR 8ALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY JNO. MULROONEY, Fifth and Tatnall Streets, Wilmington, Del., SOLE AGENT FOR DELAWARE. M. B.- AII orders for Ale, Porter or Lager, either in kegs < pmmptlv arienied to. bottles for fanrt.y use, will b mvl4-lm28 JAS.F.WOOD&CO., TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOFING, Metal Work and Jobbing of Every Description. Stoves, Heaters, Rang es and the "Favorite Heatei V t. JAMES F. WOOD & CO.. FRONT AND ORANGE S r l& WILMINGTON, DEL. frh«MÎ CONFECTION FUT UF IN HANDSOME BASKETS AND BOXES. Attention I« invited to our large variety of fine CAKES, which we aie pleased to serve in large or email quantities. Persons desiring the BEST and FRESHEST can always be accommodated. Ladles and Gentlemen visiting the city will find our DINING ROOM supplied with all »the delicacies of the season at reasonable prices. J G. BYRON MORSE, 1300 CHESTNUT ST., PHIA. HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE, LONDON. ONTARIO, CANADA. Patroness— H. R. 11 I'sinckss Iftctsa. Pouuder—The Right Ruv Batuor Hklihutb, D D., D. 0. L >n the river Thames, four hours by rail from Detroit or fluaponstoa Bridge. The high* mnch spoken t g th • College. Music s specialty under the direction wil' .inmeneo September «Ott». «r "yi* •lotiimü uUJrcij» Rsv. K N. Rnum u m, HI '. . i'rim'iyal, llulluiuth Indies'College Luudoo Cauado. Beautifully situated ou C'f «ducal Ion In every del of the celobratod W. wain tartinent, im lau . Next