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DAILY GAZETTE
C. P. Jobnson, Kditor and Pbopbiktob.
WIMHBTOX. Dsl/ Hamm. »71
Tat Dailt Oiirrrt is published evsr; aflurnoon. j
except Sundsj ) ot 416 Market stmt, end served by |
carriers to subscribers in ell parts of Wilmincton
ond .the surrounding towns and villane. for sis
cents o week, payable weekly. Yearly subscribers
13. in advance.
___ . ..
™* ?"* A * AK 1 K U f;, ETTii ,- " Ubl v'r d
Lithe largot and most nourishing weekly ntbe|
SiHe, atM bus« larKor circubition th.m any other I
?,\ t ^ e ." n l u > r - î' ub,ithcJ ,v,r » Triday morn
tor »I « ■ ycfr. in aiivancc.
I, . Ill
Speech ot Senator Bayard on the I.onia |
lui «tneetiou.
Much ol our limited rpace is occupied to-day
by the able end interesting speech made Senator
Bayard on the Louisians election case,
tien* growing out of the trouble in that Stale pro
Mat new features in the political history cf the
oontrv, and to those who desire to understand
the issues will find this speech deeply interesting
and instructive. That it had great weicht m de
"
i be quee
tanaiaing the question then before the Senate we
hare no doubt. If an election can be ret aside in
an independent State liy tbe Putted States Senate I
because of a d ff rmre as to the returns, and ln . I
.,_, . . , . . . Ï
otaer ordered, wait becomes of tbe sovengnty
the State? If this could be done iu Louisiana it |
could also be done iu Indiana or Pennsylvania.
II the people of a Stata do not gj to the polk
and vote on tbe day of tbe election, they must I
nbide the result. This is so in nil the States and I
U would have been the result in Loutsiana had I
_. . . _ „ ... . ... .
not Judg9 Durell undertaken tet the judgment I
of the people aside and decide that a body of |
mau were entitl«d to rule the Stste who were in-1
„„ .„.v--:,.. T, ,v ,, .. «
rested with no authority. That Durell was the I
tx)l of the President end the Cabimt there is I
I
Now tbe Presilcut no doutt secs that heblun-|
two wonld-be Senators elect. General McMullan I
eud ex Ooverncr r.uchback, (nt who have been I
waiting m Washington to be mom in and take I
-a. n I - a . ... I
fififiu fit Senau»ra from Louisiana, bare Within n 1
few day« started for their homes, and the State I
la shorn of her weight in the most important I
hranrti I., it,, t... ,, , ... . I
branch in the law-making body of the country. I
1 he lots, to be 6ure, in this case may not be great, I
bat the principle is cone the less broad, and show s I
how dangerous it is to the Stat-s to have an 1
1
ace reel} a doubt.
dared, end lies been seeking to be suetained in
lime shape by the Senate, which finds itim
prs b'e te aid the blundering pirty Executive.
The consequence ot all there errors is tkat the
ignorant, obstinate und daring
of tbe nation
in in at the l ead
Tbe recent meeting by some of tho most enter-1
.l- _ __, ,
the question of leveling the roads approaching the I
c*ty was raised and discussed, and a a committee I
appointed to report thereon, is a very impel lent I
movement, and one that should interest I
ROADS.
pil-ing and successful men of our city, in which
eveiy
OM owning property near the city as well as cu r
own resident«. The approaches to iha/ity have
too long been neglected. Tbe improvement which
t is Council made a year ago on Market street in
.Ui Ninth Ward near th. , n v
" . " " d tbe brid s e - lul 'y shows j
Whs! can be done in this way. The drive ou the I
tie pike up tbe Delaware ought to b; one of ae '
moet beautiful in the country; but its bills male
*- *° difltoolt that earn pa rativeiy few rtek ptoasuie
upon it while those having business in the city
find it a laborious route for both man and beast I
This should not be so. To tot it remain so i. faite |
t con oil j on the part of tho?« who «re required lo
uie it. it will pty to make pood road?.
Wai crnFnuTtTTTArc svn snv « _ TT- I
\r_ a M1I.ES TO W ORK. I
A, ' pp^akmau. nho Las lx*C*n I
employed at tbe TVesttown Boardinc School I
We&ttown twp , Chester County as suDerin l
lendtnt Cftrnentf*r Ucaiu j I
a period Of üG^veari Mr « ^ 1 P^tTwn f°r
" M years yl , r b 10 tDat period has I
walked an aggregate distance of about 40.00
miles id going to and from his daily labors
and has also lived for 25 years io one'honsp â
distance of one «olle fromüio school. HU daily
awwsT? ♦ ?T. era ^ e 3 miles per day,
« ho cm beat it ?
ErEcnrvk .Session of thi. Senate.—Iu
the benate, yesterday, Mr Bogy, of Missouri,
asked for a committee to Inquire Into the
charges or bribery persistently brought against
him, after having been twice exonerated bv
tue repottsÿif lefriaiativeinvestigating cominit
tees at bom#. No action was taken; The
^*f d L^ eni |" r t-aldwell, of Kansas, was then
iscussed until adjournmeut)
of
«t
f
An Illinois newspaper is Ligbiy intenee.1 al
lb* conduct of a man who entered tbe poet-office
and •' banded the postmaster a toiler lo mail.all
covered with sruall-pox, and onljr two or three
™* T î It seem*, indeed, very cruel to
•and off a letter uo recently out of bed, but tier
bapa it iu uo coached us to bear a journev with
out fatigue.
Ax Hobest Individual.—A n honest old
geutlsman in Cbico|iee, Mast., waited vainly
te» minutes for tbe gatekeeper to come out al a
bridge recently made free, and finally got out
of hla alatglt, opened tbe door of the old toll
house, laid ten cent* on the table, and denarled
happy in tbe consciousness that lie had done
hie duly.
1 be heirs of Rob nton Crusoe have begun suit
to recover poaseieion of the Island of Juan
Fcrnaodcz. If they were not loo timorous they
would lay claim to the island where, in " Foul
"«•F, Mr. Charles Keade baa made his hero
and heroine find combs growing on bushes and
cbaui and tables banging from tbe Ire**.
An Illinois physician has won a suit brotiabt
to recover IlSO for prospecting for arsenic in
tbe stomach of a man who died almost as soon
as be had married and made a will bequeatb
iftJ^ pr0p ? rt > r *° hls wife The deceased
7 t j£ ed . D ** T K m Pp unds , and evidently was
a man of an unbounded tstomach.
A colured member of tbe Alebatns Leeisla
tnru said u debate, tbe other day, that
ike Republican leaden were only actuated by a
darira to occupe cushioned chairs through col
ored votes The black man is becoming edu
some o
Thera its religious add in Vermont who wash
mcb other » ftwt. A down-cast sxcbioyc gn«.
gaste (hat there is a sect in Washington who
wash sack other's reputatior.a, but it i* net 's
vary religious seel.
Elijah Somers, of Criefield, Aid., has been
a meus be I ot the "cullerd persuasion
yes n. It to said be can swear
equal to say man in ibe state,
Ann H called the King of Spade*. But it
to be hls office to harrow.—Arv yon
Çç m mt rti al AdvtrUm.
for US
and drink whisky
busk or white.
tH6 PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
' * EÏ BCIxr LUTTKEs ULODLT BkCIIYSIl.
COJWUNICXTIOWS WILL BOI BB rBIBTKO. Wl
ABB IX NOWISE BEfPONSIBI.E POE TUB VIBE B
Ot C0RRE8P0XDKBTS 1
I.ONU
j —■
| l'or th« 1 tuet te.
HARO LYINC.
Mr. Editor:—I notice in the Middtotown
Transcript of the 15th iust., a communication
signed 99 in w hic h he appeals to the property
"< St. Georges Hundred, to send letter, to
mir ,, „ - . ,, * r
I our IIou - 6cnttU *» «hjccUog ta tlic ex!n»won of
the boundaries of Red Lion Hnudrcd. No*, Sir
I.. I14 . . .
Ill Mr. in* lia.7 ever read the lutuiaâudincuU, ho
| s,lou,d »1 least remember the ninth, "Thon allait
not bare fake witness agniDUl thy neighbor," aud
I if hc b '' s au f or candor, he would not
| l iromu, ï at c a wilful untruth. In his commuillei
tiou hc states that an "attempt is being made to
cxlcnd the boundaries ol Red Lion Hundred eo
I Now - 11,1(1 " ful1 , complete and groundless false,
I bo0 ' 1 * » such attempt U being made, nor sug
1? es,cd , l "it as we presume that 99's ability iu dc
'bale conshti or hard lying, wc will in c Verity
deal gently with his present yarn, and only place
in iu true light, the subject lie soearucslly socks
;ia to iuclude one school district iu onr hundred.
lo misrepresent.
. Thc ^«««»ry line between Red J.tou and St.
Georges Hundreds passes almost through the
oflceutreof the town of St. (icorgcs, leaving one
part of the town in Red Lion Hundred, and tbe
other part in St. Georges Hundred, the citizens
thereof heing obliged to have a voting precinct
situated in their own town a»d to go to Odessa, a
distance of seven miles, to vole. Now llicse citl
zeus have petitioned to the General Assembly to
" le " d '*\ e . l ' ou "* t 7 »««" »? " 1 .-'
I--mall portion ol School District, No. Tsl, tying i u
I Si. (it-oi^cs Hundred. coutaiDln£ o»l? about one
| lourth ot the district (the other three' fourths be
', B S in Rcd Lion Hundred by tbe present boun
« oaryl and not one district of our hundred, as
I st „ c j t )V v*fi ; ;lu j f urt h(. r , the citir.en, of this part
I ol the district *rc unanimous in their appeal for
I Uic change, which is by nil honest and fair mind
tf ' 1 men ' CBnced « d !°' , be » I"» 1 n " d neeeesarv
'measure. We submit that it is nntair, and dis
honorable to strive to prejudice tbe minds of the
citizens of St. Georges Hundred and of the Hon.
Senators of our Assembly, by tbe false and gar
bled statement that appears in Ws communica
tion, and if any person feeling interested in the
I subject will refer to tbe map of Newcastle C'ouu
I >T <bey will And that »9 has made assertions in
I ''V" ™nimuniretion that are entirely foreign to
I iuir dealing or truth,
1 Now, all of this stuff about loss of revenue
I whole hundreds, Ac., is all ebecr nonsense. It js
I onl J » t™P lo deceive the unwary aud more Uon
I orablc of the citizens, to whom he dare not to
I un i ol j the real ground oftlio objections, and lo
I insure iheir opposition to the proposed measure*
Tbe prime movers of this opposition have sound
0,1 ,hc ^ n0,c ' if ,lldr u . b j ee,ious to »]>. to
whom they dare to risk their rrasons, and cur
citizens arc fully aciuaiuted with them, and in
Intnrc have rcsolTed lo act accordingly. We are
willing and anxious, that onr case should be fully
and fairly investigated and thoroughly ventilated
by a Loiiimiltec of the Beuate, and we arc ready lo
<ueet Mr. 99, and bis associates in discussion of
tbe subject before such a committee nnd tot tbe
facts of the case influence the minds ol our Seua
ior », but wc should deprecate those individual
letters, that may be written by person*, who may
have draw n their conclusions from®9's commun,
cation.
GOLDEN RULE.
OF CARRIAGES. tsTOCK AND UNFINISHED
j WOKE of a first class Carriaee Factory, situates
I *t Nos. 217 and Ï1 Ka?t Front Mrcet, Wilu ingtoo,
' t,el,w * re -
_
'•"catfrëj
g PhwVon." 1 "' 0 "'
guDUr JJ»lrs.
PrBLIC 8ALE
On Thnmlay, Mardi iuili, 1M73,
At 18 o'clock, n. m. Tbs ttock consist* in r«rt m
follows:
6 new well finished Bu«nie?.
4 Jump feat Kocka^ays.
a vrona.
UNFINISHED WORK.
3 Jump-»eat Boddiee; 4 CfiffreT do., 8 Pin ton do.,
15Piano-box do.. 15 ?ete of Wheels, 18 ('arriafe
Part». Lot of Springs and £>tk Wheels, lot of Cloths
And Carpet?, lot of Leather find Oil Cloth, lot of
Hickory. AfIi and Poplar; lot of Hardware. 1 «Singer
Sewing Âlachine. content? of BlackFinith Shop and
ûuulfrou| articles not here mentioned.
At tbe same time and place the three < : J ,>
«tory Brick Building now occupied a? & ear* ■<h
ria < e factory. 38 Uet on Front street, run- ■<<*
uing hack K3 leet. W!4
TERMS OF PF.RfONAL PROPERTY. — All
under 9 r A> cafh. ail sum» of |5o and oter to
u§yB by l»u rc ^?er giving a bankable note with an
?Lri.°offfor e reïh." - io,er " t ,rr,m Jalc '
Term» of building made known at »r«lo
Sato positive. MICUAKL LALLY.
L. W. STIDHAM A SON. Auct're. *
Wilmington. March 13, l873-dA*ts
Delawarean. Cecil Democrat. Jefiersonian and
Vill«ge Record copy and send bill to adrertuer.
3 per
Q«I.E A Mil.LEM. Anrtloueers.
Truklec'ft »ale.
ÈÈmSm fcy virtue of an order cf tbe Chancellor of
the Stele of Delaware, umde the third day
Hill vt March. A D 1873. will be exposed to sale,
.WÜ by way of Publie Vendue, at the Auction
Hooils of Ogle A Miller. Cu5 Markfit »treet. Wil
mington. Del., at 11 o'clock, a. id , on MONDAY,
March 24ib. tbe following lend» nnd tenement, be
ing tbe real estate of the 'ate MatthewMc-Grann,
deceased, to wit:
A lot ofland in the city of Wilmington, county
of New CbSilo, State of Delaware, with a three
story Brick Dwelling thereon erected, beginning
«t a cerner formed by the intersection of theeeuth
erly tide of lourth street with the westerly side of
f rench street : thence by mid westerly aide of
Kreuch street «^utberly thirty leet «ix inches to a
line of Sarah Thomson's lend; thence thereby wes
terly parallel to Fourth street fifty six feet to the
eskterly side of a three feet wide alley leading into
rourtb street; thence alo^g said alley northerly
and parallel to French ttreet thirty feet and six
incben to the side of Fourth street aforesaid, and
thence thereby easterly filty six feet to the place
of beginaing. be the contents thereof what they
may.
Attendance will be given and terms o! sale made
. ?°.![? plttca aforesaid by WIL
LIAM G. W IIITKLEY. Ksq., Trustee.
OGLlS A MILLER. Auet'iw.
ttiarltMs
John MEKKICK a co.
BANKERS & BROKERS,
Ite. 1 Fifth Street.
!' Clayton House. 1
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Particular attention tir.n to inva.tm.nta Deal
« r, | n hute and City Loan*. Bank. Railroad Stockt
and Bunds bought and sold on eommimioa. Tim.
Paper and Collateral Loan. Negotiated. Money
Loaned on Call. Also.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Real K.tata Bought and Sold on Commisston.
Mortaues Negotiated, House« Rented and Kents
AI1 . b **J B *'* Intrusted to ns will be
thankfully received snd promptly attended to.—
Several first-class Mortgages and other Lonna for
mnrfi 3m
JOHNSTON & BO OLA,
BOOK - BINDERS,
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
No. 430 HH1PLET BTREKT, »
WimiXOTOU, »PL.
ÂîinÂ^;:* 7 T * ri ** 7 of nUi ** *° d
.ite M ««-d''-n PÛm'or/ii^UrÜ 10 ^ 0 "
Orden l j mail prompUy attended
bi
t#. aprly
ilOtmAY SEASOff.
K. UR1MJULRSI A CO.
»«sortuseal oTPWfm fini torn) article*
Holiday Preremte. MB pi Ittag
•sut Coton« 3«tF,
FaDO/Therinoaseters.
Wtotgels.
Fié» Hoir Brush e*,l
I) rowing Com«.
Smrltln* Bottles,
liono Sa«
.ultabl, tor
Kl
Puff Boxes epd Puffs.
Tollst Mirrors.
.Sachets;
D rets in r Com be
sau tek Plaid Guud*. Fine Perfumery, of Preach.
English and Am.rioen manufactura, with many
other desirable novelties at moderate and popular
prices. K. BRIXOHURST A C0-.
Apothecaries.
corner 6th and Market Bte-. witmirngtoa. Pel
Delaware Carpet House,
809 Market Street, above Third Street
IWILMINGTON, DEL.
Thecheepast place in tha State o buy your
0ARPET8, OIL OLOTHB, MATTINGS
and WINDOW SHADES.
AT
HBKRY O RBBE'S,
tba short#
V*l3-ly
30V Market »trees.
N. B.— Rsg Carpel wov n to order
otice. and lowest markst "'*t
£lorks, gfMJflrjj.
WATCHES AHR JKWELKV.
C. I. BUSH,
8BO MARKET STREET
W ILM1NGT0N. DEL..
Is.fsull'Dg 1 KWKLRT, PIaTED WARB and
CLOCKS REGARDLESS OF CObTS.
to close out the «took.
Gold end Silver Watohe«, Gold Vest, Leontis«
.and Opera Chaîne tea per eeat. teas than
any other J eweler in W ilmiacton. ,
(FPIeut call and see tbe prices. Repairing
faM
promptly attended to.
PRESTON AYAR8.
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER
and dealer in
FINK AMERICAN AND SWISS WATCURS.f
CLOCKS. JE WELRYJPECTACLES, EYE
GLASSES. SILVER WARE. Ac.,
404 King 8t.,Wllm>'ngton. 0*1.
Psrtieulur attention paid to repairlur in at'
ita branches; also, ehenain* epectaele glasaea. Has
a good aeaertment ot elaasaa constantly on hand.
Tba publie are oordtally invited to call and ex
amina in stock, and learn my price*.
&
22septly
GEORGE JACK.
Wo. 805 Market St.
WATCHES JEWELRY. AC
fMMSnk, SPECTACLES
3C-T ^iataoLD. eiLVi
FRAMES,
We claim from experience to suit every *ap
peculiarity af impaired vision, and in every Jflv
case guarantee satisfaction. Our Ucilitiea JÇ-* 4
are such that wa earn exchange glasses ln^HsBa
snv shape.frame toralt theeuitemer in a tow bene
N. B.—F'rst store above Thkd
Repairins in all iu branriKi
SI
I A EYE GLASSES—
HR AND RUBBER
street.
•cp2R<1t
FINK Vf A Tu it FN, «LOCK« and
JEWBlitY,
At (Vo. IS East Fourth Street
WILMIN
Tbe un JeclgnoJi would respect
tally eall tbe attention of todies
and gentlemen lo bis fin« oaiort
ment of Watcbss, Clocks, Jswalry. Silver and Plat
ed Wart, all sf which is entirely new tad embraces
tho latest and most approved styles. He sag* spe
cial attention to his American Lever Watch, which
perior article, both in finish end for correct
ness of time. A good assortment of clocks, jewelry
and silver and plated ware always on hand, at low
figures. Everything guaranteed as represented.
Repairing of all kinds promptly snd neatly d<
on reasonably terms.
Foblie patronage respectfully solicited.
„ , J-CLAYTOhi MASSEY,
oeirStf No. i£ E. Fourth street.
■ f-U
one
loots & J^ltOfS.
HEAVY FTOCK OF . PRING A SUMMER
CHEAP BOOTS AMD SHOES,
»««•afi St., » dears Waal af Market.
The uedereigned rsspeetAtllv (ufonaa his
tnsDds apd tbs publia that ha has on hand XH,
rasna.
wait
, suitable lor Lidia*. Geatlamen. Miasss and
UbUdrsn, which art manufactured from tho but me
larlai and made in tha beat manner, «ad willb. told
u low as the same article can be obtained In this
oranr other elty. Ladies and gentlemen buying at
my iter# will have tba advaatage of a lsrco and va
riedauortmont from which to soloct a faebionabla
W d „ n "' fitting hoot or shoe. Tho publie are cor
dially invited to call and examine my .took sad
, *ï? i " 7 * i "* di - ,y,üw m
K. BA BCOCK.'
ifiew Bout aud Shoe Store,
J GEO. 8. HAOANY, -
No. î WEST SECOND STREET OBfi
bstweea Market and Shipley bss just leid in
» mr#e and varied ssssrtmsst of Bootsand ««
ifitoaUem«». Boys. Musse and Cku^f 10 **
all of wbiah he proposas to sell at prices to
present time*, and respectfully asks tbs p'{ ! ^
• " and examine hi. .took. **ublio to
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QKOCVRIEd âiüAS,
NP1CBM, Ach Ac*.
aibo IB
bOCDir MOUNTAIN AID WIItTK AD
COAL.
Oefiae* hr GOAL Me at Uie lard la mwuJj».*« Vil
lage, sr nt thalr filer«, corner *th end Herts! streets.
Wilmington, trill roscivr | rca.pt etlentkm.
N. n.—LUO lbs. to the ton
st
HEW UKtHEHY ATOME
». W. Cer. I'nnrlh und Barkel »I.,
WILMINGTON. DKL.
Pt. Tha underslcned rnspectfully '" flttt
gdflMnounoes Io his old friends and thefjjjwf
JUuBpnblic general ly that he has corn pint -■■Al
««cl hie new etora.and haaopanad with • etoek
GROciKR l | d Krt" UGAR8 AND M0LA8HB8.
Lovaringcrusbed,granulated and pulverised Sugars
*' aott, white and coffee sugar«,
" Syrup, and all kinds of Molaane.
Old Government Java Coffee, Lagutra, Marie#lb«,
Rio. Green and Roasted Coffee: the 4nest Black and
Green Teas. Wnlte and Hod Wheat Family Flour,
new Buckwheat, all kind* of pure Soloes, Sara nea.
all kinds of Canned Fruits, French and Rneltsh
Mustard, Pare Olive Oil, Walnut, Muthroon and
Tomato Catsup. English and American Piokles, J al
lie*. Cheeee, Fresh Roll Butter, Baker's Cocoa and
Chocolate. Y.rmacelli, Macaroni. Washing Some In
great variety. Toilet Soap, Silver Glose Bterek, Cur
rents, Raisins, Citron, Atmer»'e,Mtooe Meat, Dried
as And Apples. Cranberrim, Brooms. Painted
Brushes, Spam, Adamantins and 'Aalto*
Candles, and all artistes usually kept in a well as
sorted Groo.ry Stors. Call and.ygd.a-^tMk;
ekel«.
J. MARSHAL HARLAN.
I (Succereor to Edw. L. Rloe.) j
R O C E R
AT THE OLD STAND.
MO. 8 33. SECOND ST..
Opposite tka Lower Market House.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE,
Fine Trat, IV tarit St MAquc r*
Choioe Family Flour,
Superior Ham
Gilllai and Co
Champune Wine,
is. Claret Wine,
itton Twine, Choice Old neoteh
and Kye whiskey«.
ulv]4
HERMANN AHRENS.
8 ENERAL IPROVISION DEALER,
No 23 ( atnall Street,
WILMINGTON DEL.
Would respeotfully announce
bis friends and the publie that
be skill oarrie* ou the Meat biuil
nem at the old stand, and will
keep constantly on hand the
beet quality of
In
SUGAR-CURED UAM3
UT £?ho"'
lERS.
"■MM
All of which will be eold wlioleaule e
5s rs'tuLu'iiU*!thank* to his many
gaat^favor*. and respectfully solicit*
PEA. Ae.. Ac.
id retail at tha
customers fo
a eontlnuano
•art2t
^AVB TOVR MONKT
AND BUY YOUR
Teas Coffees and Fine Groceries,
S om the hast »elected »took» of the NEW YOR
ARKBT^ at tbe Tea llcnto
al'.UISSk
$9nli$ and gattferr*,
FIRST NIT «ML BINK
OF, WILMINGTON.
Depositary of tbe Public Moneys,
AMP
Financial A gent of tho United States.
EDWARD BETTS, Prefiident.
G. D. ARMSTRONG, Caahkr.
CAPITAL,
_ fi400,000. j
. b ollscting and Kxchanglng of Ooywtd*
ment Becuritie« attended to for '
a amall commiMlon. I
»1 elphl» and New York Exchange furn
iibed to regular Depositor*
Dl
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No. 4 East Third Streef
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MOURNING GOODS.
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At the lowest rate*.
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LADIES' CLOAKS,
NEW ORESS COODS,
BLACK sud COLORED SILK.
SATIN. APAPACA. MOHAIR.
FRENCH and IRIaU POPLIN
Our Cloak and Dress makica Department is un
der the meaacemeat ef first class Cutters and tn
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN
"IS Market Street.
furniture, tr.
Q6U 4- MlLI.EM,
(Successors to S. A T. McClery.)
Mo. 60S MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON. DEL„
FURNITURE WARc ROOMS.
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COTTAGE 2
furniture
A MILLKK.
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L. F. HICCIN8' (
No. 221 Watt Second Street
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j THOMAS MITCHELL.
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