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DAILY GAZETTE.
u. 1'. Johnson, Lditob and I'kopeiktoh.
W1UIINUTON, IMS, Hay Mg» lt>TS.
The Dsn. y Gaxetti is published every afternoon,
except Sunday) at 416 Market street, and served by
carriers te subscribers in all parts of Wilmington
end the surrounding towns and villages, for six
eeuts a week, payable weekly. Yearly subscribers
iS, in advancs.
Xho DELAWARE (JAKETTE, established >784.
s the largest and most flourishing weekly n the
State, and basa larger circulation than any other
on the Peninsular. Pubhshod every today morn
ing at »2 a year, in advance.
Radical Rejoicing.
The HcjmbluaH evidently is disposed to rogsr.d
the passage of certain acts by tlio Legislature as a
R «publican triumph. It says :
"Every Evening ccnlomns the judgement of the
person who employod the legal geutltuieu to ex
plain to tho members of the Legislature the na
ture of the various hilts relating to this city,
which came up for action at the recent seasiou.
The best evidence of judgement in the matter is
the fact tliat success crowned their efforts, not
withstanding the opposition of certain gentlemen
who aspire to control the Democratic paity in our
city, and who declared that the bills should not
pass iu their present shape. Tho fact is that these
geutlemcu were not only out-geueraled, but com
pletely pickled."— Rejiublican.
Doubtless the Democratic gentlemen a'ludcd lo
w.ll be remuded by the above, of the remarks of
tiie si. - oug man who accused his oucimes of se
curing a triumph by plowing with bis heifer. Dut
the case >s even more poiuted. Yet the victory is
dearly purchased, nud cost the people of or* city,
to a'vit with, $775. Now, bo it remembered, that
we make no compliant about be >g '•out-gen
era id," that may bo considered r'l fair enough
possibly. Dut we do enter our protest agr-nst
being "completely Pickled" at our own expense.
The thing grows intolerable and wont bear re
peating
''Delaware Justice. M
Under the above c ip lion, t tic Philadelphia
/V«f,ewt* it « a -uuieMUtive powers in nearly a
col u am ot leaded matt?r in cominend'ng the
views ot a correspondent from Wyonrng, iu this
State, and in reply to a paragraph iu the Gazette
temiudiug that piper of the fact, that had the
who murdered her ch'ld in Newark, Dal
woman
ilware, committed the deed iu Pennsylvania. the
hwkol that Slate would bave cou lemned ber to
he bung.
The Dress ii
vsuslly free froui the abusive
language used by many of its i'b 'idelphia cotcm
[lararici, but iu the aiticle wo quoted to it ftU
Uito tho sima error and used the moat object'ona
Me language towarj our people, because our law
require* that persousfound guilty ot inotdcr in the
second degree, sbs'l stand in the p 'loiy aud be
|V hipp'd.
This it termed barbarism, end sed tbe wb'p
piug of the woman who deliberately ren dered
her child, "throws King llerod fuite into the
ifmde, and moke* the exc ■ ntricitifi of Xero seem
luit harmlt »« jdeaianti ici."
Dut we will give tho Prêts the benefit ot ite own
cammeuta; and r«ks onr readers t> gire them due
attention. Here they are, from tbe issue of Unit
(.veilent new «paper of the 20th instant;
What is called In Delaware "justice" is a species
Hi barbaric cruelly which would bo disgraceful to
it tribe of asvages, and which is in u State profess
ing civilisation simply crime unpardonable. We
j csterday called attention to the disgusting and de
grading scene of Saturday at ,\iw Castle, when
liuur tueu were publicly whipped aud another ex
posed for an hour iu the pillory, but in a Wilaiiug
ton paper »0 find the uunouucemriit of another
New Castle performance which throws King Herod
quite into the shade, and makes the eccentricities
df Nero seem hut harmless pleasant!ics. On Thurs
day last a colored woman was brought to lust on
the charge of having murdered lier ilieg.timale
child. Thu charge was fully sustained, the woman
confessing her enme, but as there were many m<l
igatrag circumstances which tended to palliate her
guilt, the Attorniy Ueneral requested the jury to
render a verdict ot murder in the second degree
a request in which the defence joined and such
verdict was accordingly rendered. On Wednesday
the woman was brought before the court aud sen
tenced "lo pay a line of 85.0UU pad costs, to stand
in tbe pillery for one boar on Saturday, the 24th
lasUnt, to receive on the same day sixty lashes upon
bare Lack, aud bfrimpriionod for lite." It seems
hardly credible that in tbe nineteenth century, in
a civilixed and professedly Christian laud, und in
a State which forms n part of a free republic, that
*0 barbarous a sentence us this should be pronouu
cibd upon a cnmiual, however great his or her crime
might he; but facts are stubborn things, and the
fact that this sentence was delivered cannot be
gaiusayed. * * * and that the people of Delaware
ne not more deeply moved only shows the degra
ding effect of their savage customs. Undoubtedly
they are joined to their idols, but instrul of letting
them alone ehar.ty dictates that we send them mis
sniuaiies, lor they ceitaiuly need such functionaries,
quite us much, if not mote, than do the regular and
professed heathen.
How many Hebrew women who lovod th -ir
offspring as tbe mother oi Moses did, would
have arriv'd at the conclusion which the l'ret*
bat presented i"
At the timo we read the aiticle, frein which we
quote the at>ove, we '* 'd not d' cm it worth while
to enter into an arge nent with r iy one capable
of indictiug such a diaL.be; for it evidently eiiows
that tbe writer was wholly destitute of every sen
timent that would mini» ud him to tbe chrixtinn
world. Here is a poor innocent babe, one of whom
tbe Saviour said "let tittle children come unto me
and forbid them nut," Ac., murdered iu cold blood
by a woman, its mother, and t'ie order for the
whipping of this woman it termed a woioe died
than Urn order of llerod to «lay - 'I the rnc'a chil
dren born of Hebrew women; or the I" Itrag of
bit own mother by that monter whom we c-o
taught to believe "fiddled while Home burned."
There is little use of ailcmpting argument with
those who are either reckicsi of what they Bay or
Ignorant of tbe language they use. \Wieu tbe
I'rcse corrects it* ow n bad gramuicr, it w ill bo
time enough lo draw a ty|>ograpliical error, by tbe
omimion of a single letter into au argument, to
cover Its offensive, and uoftarraulcd language
abusive of an inoffensive people, whose acta of
cbrirtlan charity and deeda oi love aud kiudoeas
compare favorably with ouy people ou earth, aud
need not tbe services of missionaries from a city
that is cursed w ith so niauy thieves, burglars aod
aiaassins that the Press itac'.f has but lately
charged even its public offices, Courts and
Council* with being infested and corrupted by
then).
A New Oblbsxs (5hand Jtntr.—Tbe New Or
leam Picayume of tbe 14th publ'abee a list ef the
grand jury made np for the United Malet Dis
trict t nrt. Seventeen of its member* are color
ed people of radical portico. Two of tha whites
are n>t kuoun, and the rest ore of tbe political
atrip« already mentioned. A cer "cependant any«
that last year the grand jury wr • composed of the
best citizens, while this year it doc» not embrace
a single nspcit ib!e «am«.
Local Option.
The friends of Local Option have met »Rh >
severe deleat in New York, by the veto of the
law by Governor Dix.
The Governor was no doubt moved to tins net
by the petition of the brewers which set fortli
iu addition to the-vest nnmlKtr of names it con
laiucd, the fact that they represented a vested
capital of over $1«), 000,000 iu that Stateaud give
steady employment to about 110,000 tueu trained
to the business rud not well tilted for nuy other
profitable work. The Journal of Commerce, one
of the most tenacious papers we know for up
holding all g.-cal religious and moral principles
und reform«, sustains the veto and argues Unit the
brewers and malsleis nud the venders of beer
would be almost the only parties suffering
seriously from the law.
aud diiul ug of spirits would go on about ns
briskly as ever; so experience with the attempted
enforcement of prohibitory laws in other Stales.
But the beers arc bulky, amt can;
The manufacture
proves to us.
not be secretly carried about and sold ; and so
woald surely fall trader the observation of any
couelablo w ho did wilfully neglect his duty and
ooiiuivo at a violation of the law. Besides ruin
lug a large bnsiucse and throwing thousands of
men out of situations. Local Prohibition would
have the inevitable effect of driving those who
uow driuk only ales and lager beer to the use
and abuse o! strong liquors, so large a proportion
of which, as dispensed among the poorer dosses,
is rn,v aud totally unlit lor consumption, oris
"doctored" iuto a slow poison. There Is no
surer way lo give a set hack to the cause of genu
ine temperance refoim tlian lo force people who
feel that they must driuk something Insides water
to limit their choice to the different Kinds of nr.
dent spirits, when they are perfectly content to
take the harmless malt beverages if they can get
them.
flats ana ©aps.
DUBELL
TH K
H A TT E R
1 «
2
East Third Street
LWlLMlNGTdN. DEL.
1-lv
Wow HAT Store.
4
FASHIONABLE HATTER.
402 kinu vr»ei:i; i\
WiMUSGTOg, Dki..
The Latest Styles constantly on hand at tbe lowed
nplSlui
1st door above 4th.)
Market figure«.
ßrom* A Sea £taUr$.
W. n. ALLMOND Sc BRO.,
Cor. 8th and Market streets, and Bran
dywine Village,
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES TEAö,
HlMCtKH, See., See.
A1AO IX
LOCUST M or »TAIN AND WIIITK A«
CD AL.
OrtWff for GOAL UU at th« Turtl iu Itr»i,,lvw, n eVi!
IU<', or al Ihtir ëior«. oorncr »th aud Manet rtreeU.
WltuiingUen, will rMfif* prc«i|>t hlkotkm.
N. b.—'l. l i4Q Iks. to the to a
a I*
NEW GKUCEKV ÜtTOKE
N. ». Cer. l'«arlt> and Market HI.,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Tho undoroigned rexpectfally
JlÇOnounce» to hi* old friend* and tha t Txu l
JI^Mpublic generally that he ha*coiii|(lct-)MMlu
WNel hi* now «tore,and haeopened with a stock
of fine new aud fresh
GROCERIES.SUGARS AND MOLASSES,
Lover ing crushed, granulated and pul rerixed Sugar,
•oft, white and coffee sugars,
" Syrup, and all kinds of Molas.ex,
Old Government Java Coffee, Laguira, Maricaiho.
Rio, Green and Roasted Coffee; the lineal Black and
Green Teas, White and lied Wheat Family Flour,
new Buckwheat, ail kind« of pure Spices, Sara nes,
all kinds of Canned Fruit*. French and English
Mustard, Pure Olivo Oil, Walnut, Mushroon and
Tomato Catsup, English and American PickJcs, Jel
lies, Cheese, Frr*h Roll Butter, Baker's Cocoa and
Chocolate, Vennmeelli, Macaroni, Washing Soap in
great variety. Toilet Soap, Silver Gloss Starch, Our
inu. Raisins, Citron, Atuiore's.Mines Maat. Driad
caches and Apples. Cranberries. Brooms. Painted
Buckets, Brushes, Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow
Candles, and all arliclae usually kept in n well as
led Groewry Store. Call and examine niy «lock.
sir
h-lv
HERMANN AIIRENS,
fiENERAL PROVISION DEALER.
No 23 I'atuall 8treet,
WILMINGTON DEL.
Would respectfully announce
to bis friends and tha public that
he still carries on the Meal btui
neu at tha old stand, and will
eep constantly on baud the
eetunalityul
i
SUGAR CURED HAMS
FLITCH. SHOULDERS.
LARD. PORK.
SAUSAGE. DRIED BEEF.
CHEESE. TONGUES. Ac., ke.
All of which will be sold wholesale and retail at tbe
lowest city priest.
He returns his thank» to hi» many customer* fo
peer favors, and rupee Gully solicit* a continu aus
of tho same. ur«22t
JOHN K, EVANS,
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
M5 HIM« STREET,
(CLAYTON UOUSR.)
Ladies'. Gents', Misses*. Bon' and Cliil
drea's Boots. Shoes and Gaiter*. Beautiful
in Style, Excellent in Quality, moderate in
Pim a.
m.
mnyl7-Uh
____
Cist Uni
J. H. MÜHLHAUSEN,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
NO. 4.10 KING 8T11KK
W1I.NIXOTOX. DIP.
> a» A large and handsome assortaient of
J^Cassimeres, Hollis and Ycuings
Oi the Latest B "les.
Give me a rail.
Fit and 'Mistaction guaranteed.
apt I
ARRIVING!
A large Dock of
SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING,
Cheap and Durable. A nice assortment of
Clofli«, rastluiercii K TestlHg««
(Astcfully Mlectcd, and will cul nud made (o
•rdur at antonisbinx low |>rice«. »ndfifuurau
toed a perl ret tit.
fàriifw' Furnish mg t»oo«l»
1
oh every variety and style.
JOSLPIl ROW,
31« NAIKSï HTREKT.
Wilmington, Del
apt
J. W IDLEl' CANARY,
IS SELLING
l ull kails. All Wool, Lalvsl Stylo».
AT LOW Eli no CUES than onv other Horn e.
Ituiigiug from *7 50 Ip,
BOYS' CLOTHING especially. Komcmhcr the
place. «S.KXCKLS10R Cl.OTUINU HALL.
1 4«« Market Mlrarel.
a I*.
1
OKGED ASn,
7 MERCHANT TAILOR
II MARKET STREET, (second «tory of
Morrow's Building,)
WILMINGTON. DELAWARE.
/ En. assortment of CLOTHS, CASSI MERES and
VKSTINU8 Mwtintly on band. _
QKORGR MoCALL,
Merchant "Tailor,
No 121 Market St., Wilmington, Del.j
j, Having aid in his entire Spring rinek o
'M CLOTHS CASSi.Mfc.RES and V ESTINGS
Ij is now |*ro|»ar®d to accommodât a his custom
lll. ers and the public renorally with garment»,
which, for neatness of tit and finish, cannot ba «I
colled l.»y any hou»« in th# city.
Having Fecurcd tho Borvitos of Mr. n m bwitl,
one ot tho t»c*t cutter« in tho country, ha foel« con
fident of giving tatiaffictioa to all who may favor
him with their patronago. Batistaation guaran
toad. - »P 1
Ural «staff Stritt*.
*. H. FRAZER?,
REAL ESTATE. AGENT
AMD
Collector of Rents uid Bills.
». ». lav. THIBD AN!» HHIPI.KY NTS.,
ianb'.-JAwlv __
OULi; A IHIIiM'.K,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AND
auctioneers,
N. W. Cor. 4th and King Streets!
iln .the .McULARY BUILDING.) oppoaltcLth
Bank of Delaware.
. PEILSONAL SALES ATTENDED Tu.
lla,ing removed from tbe corner of 4th and King
»treets to the large store Wo, 605 Market street,
we solicit orders from onr friends which will be
lied with care and nndniitnms. uiv'Jl
^IMVKL A. MACALlal81'Ell
attounky at r,A.\v
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
«•"Office, (»214 Market Street, Wilmington, Dob
mart-dtf
JAH£N BAXTER,
OKALKB IF * URF fOKRUi XXL DOMK8TI0
WINES AND LIQUORS,
NO.13 JffABKKT STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL
may2-dlv
JOHNSTON & BOÜIA,
BOOK - BINDERS,
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
No. 420 S111PLKY STUKKT,
. WlLHinuTOX, DEL.
Account Book* of every variety of ruling and
binding made to order.
Magazine*. Music. Newspapers and Publication*
01 all kind* hound in Plain or Fancy Styles,
Both being praclie»| workmen, we are able to
uaranlee entire satislaction.
Order« hy mail promptly attended to.
nprly
ftoftarro & £fprs.
OTTO & BUTZ
Msxiirscmuas or
SEGARS,
HO. 3 WEST PROMT ST.,
«•.Sogar Knives for sal*
J-A.OOQ jcOJ'XZ,
Late firm of Buts* Bro.
acid
Al Ihr Old RMlabliMhed Hlaad
Wo. 303 EIRO dTREET,
In thn Old Fallows'Hall. Wilmington DeUwnre,
continue« to manuleeiute. wholesale and retail, tha
very
Best Brands of Segars,
n ail their rarUliee. Alee, dealer in the fir
ueliUu of
Chawing and Smoking Tobacco
MEERSCHAUM*. Ac.,
Which he 1* prepared
country stores at tha h
dors will rassir*
lo fhraiah to the trade and
lowest PouiMeVatu All or
attention nnd be trantUiJlM.
«lorkj, ffftveïrii.
407 Mark«« Street, 401
BENJ. S. CLARK.
A fol) asshYtinent nf inpatlnr ,
Clocks. Watches. Jewelry & Spectacles
Constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest mar
ket rates. Parliculsrand personal attention giTen
to Repairing any article in the above line.
A tine assoituient of Spectacles constantly on
hnnd. and sole eg.nt for tue Celebrated Diamond
Spectacles. marlti
WATCH IS AM) JEWELRY,
C. I. BIJHlIv
HT11 KKiT
U,8.t»| MAIHHKT
WILMINGTON. DEL..
Is Trailing J KW KI.KY, 1*1 ATKD WAHK end
CLOCKS RKOARDLKSS OF COslb.
to close out the stock.
Gold and Silver Welches. Gold Vest, l.eonline
lend Opera Chains ten per cent, leas than
any other Jeweler in Wilmington.
4W-Ptea*e call and see the prices. Repairing
promptly attended to. _ febh
PRESTON AYAR 8 ,
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER
and dealer In
:FINK AMERICAN AND SWISS WATCUBB.f
CLOCKS. JEWELRY. SPECTACLES, EYE
GLASSES, SILVER WARE, An.,
404 Kin«» St. Wilmington Del.
I'arlicolsr attention paid to repairing in al'
its branche«; also, changing spectacle glasses, lias
a good assortment of glasses constantly on hand.
The public are cordially invited to call and ex
amine m stock, end learu mv priées. ggscHLv
&
GEORGE JACK.
No. 305 Market Ht.
WATCHES JEWELRY« AC
M
.SPECTACLES A KYEGLASSKS
- -Isold, silver and rubber
FRAMES.
Weolaim from experience to suit every ä
peculiarity ef impaired vision, and in every Ln.
rase guarantee satisfactien. Our facilities S J 4
are such that we can exchange glasses in
anv shape.frame to sait theeartomcr in a lew hour
N. 11.—F'rsi store above Thfcd street.
Repairing in all Us braaeht*
sep'/t lv
FINK WilTiiis, '. ■.«4'K«i aud
JEWELltY,
At Wo. IS East Fourth Street
.WILMINGTON. DEL..
The undersigned would respect
folly call tbe attention of ladies
_and gentlemen to his fine assort
ment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. Silver and Plat
ed Ware, all of which is entirely new end embrace«
the latest and most approved stylos, lie asks spe
cial attention to his American Lever Watch, which
■ a superior article, botfc in finish and for correc*
nest of time. A good assortment ot clocks, jewelry
and silver aod plated ware always on hand, at ion
figures. Everything guaranteed as represented.
Repairing of all kind* promptly and neatly done
anly terms, ....
patronage raspoctfuHy solicited,
J. CLAYTON MASSEY.
So. 15 K. Fourth street.
on re**on
Public ■
oetMtf
Delaware uarpet House,
3(K) Market Street, above Tliirtl Street
IW1LM1N0T0N, DEL.
Tbecheapest place in the Stale o bur your
0AEPET8, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS
anti WINDOW SHADES.!
AT
HENRY GREBE'S,
309 Market Btreel.
N. B.—Rag Carpet wov a to order
otlee. and lowest market r>*>.
the shorto
i»15-l y
INOSIiEY, TA Y 1.0 JC A. «41
(Successor to Thomas B. Beeson,)
Orange Street, below Sixth, (Bright'* Alley,
WILMINGTON DHL.
WOOD TURNING,
Circular aud Ornamental Scroll Sawing
UOUSR BRACKETS.CABINET AND CAUPICN
TKRS' TURNINuS. NEWELS,BAL
USTERS. BALUSTRADES.
Stention» of all Length» and Sixes Bored or Solid.
CIRCULAR MOULDINGS Turned or Machin
S ocked, as desired. Also, CarriageWheel IIok
roished at short notice.
«•.WANTED,—Gum
age Wheel Unta
Timber »uitabl, for Car
ioH-1»
mm r'
SPRING AND SUMMER
G-OOIDS,
HR pieces ol New Dress Goods, from 12! j cenls
to $2.50 a yard.
200 Ladies' and Misses' Suits, from f2 to $25.
30 dexen Ladies' Kid .Gloves, at 75 cent*, have
been sold at It tio.
26 doxen Ladies' 2 button Kid Gloves, 00 cents.
7fi Shawls, from $2.25 to $56.
FRINGES.
GIMPS
' BUTTONS,
tbe Ir.Lrt-t novelties.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN
338 Market 8troet.
r p«lE HOLIDAY 8EASOY.
K BRINGUUBST A C0.|
Nave a fine assortment of useful and fane) articles
•unable 1er Uoliday Pressais, comprising
Einsaat CelognajBeU.
Fancy Thermometer*.
Toilet Seta.
Fin* Hair Brushes.
Dressing Cnses.
Smelling Bottles,
PuffiUoiu npd Puffs.
Toilet Mirrors.
RiebtUi
. _ . Dressing Combs'
tooleh Plaid Goods, Fin* Porfamery, ot French.
Jsaglinh and American manufacture, with many
32r Ktu a'/""
Apo lb écarts*.
6th and Market St*-. Wibuimgton, Del
Extra New Baokwheat Meal
CHOICE SOUTH KAN CORN GRISTS.
FRESH OAHADA OAT MEAL.
XTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
aMuranr*

DELAWAR
r
IN«|jHAlVC12
ANY
No. 608 Market Street,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Incorporated 182 D.
Charter Perpetual
Insurances lor u term ot years,lor
Poipetuul Insurance! at Greatly
Bcduccd Bates.
Losses rromptly adjusted and paid.
In. urn «gainst loss or damage by 1rs at lote
any other company.
DIRECTORS:
0*n. W. Sparks, Wu.Caxbt, Fixums Basar
is: MSs" StVEastvsB*
t. l. sa&f «4sf7*aa
a or»- *70
TOE NEW «AKII.t: OUüitTV
mitiiil insurime noun
Office:—INSTITUTE BUILDING,
INSURES AGaINST FIRE
Houses sad sll other kinds of
Buildings, with their contants,
For periods of tins
a turn, of years.
j^*^ A ^TATNALL! A Wlft , IAM CAN BY.
V« AS. W. lit)WLAND, CI.EMF.NT B '«SI VTil
A.SII ION KICHAK.Dboti.GKO. II. BATES '
MM.CLEAVER. '
D. Sis'i. Suit* Ä' AM TATKAU *
varying from three months to
Æunmurf, «f.
Q W, ' E * »ILLEI, g.
(Snccoasors to S. A T. Memory.)
N. W.COB. FOURTH*KINO STS,
WILMINGTON. DEL..
FURNITURE MAR t ROOMS.
w mv5ÄYl*. Ä."* 1 - of
P«rehailng elsewhere.
OGLK k MILLER.
COTTAGE
FURNITURE
AT
L. F. HIGGINS',
No. 221 West Second Street
WILMINGTON, DEL.
MnovlTtf
REMOVAL !
THOMAS MITCHELL,
FURNISH IK O UNDKR7AKRR
3 Respectfully informs his friend, aad
JÄTnririf-jssrÄtrjK is-,.
NO. 41» K1NQ- HTHKKT
Where heis Prepared to give his personal ' tien tic
to the business of Undertaking in all its oranchc
BariS uSkrt. 1 "' K ' 8 ' Karlx ' Pllt * nt Ro '*' 00
lie has also purchased the right
A hbepler a Universal ''„rp.se Preserver.
Residence. No. tus West Seventh St/
to nae '■took ton
oo417
g» THE SECOND STREET ^
IfflFURMITURE «TORE.Æ
3tlV N. SECOND ST.. PHILADELPHIA. 337
Tho Old Stand mtabliahed 20yenre,triumphant in
FVIKlVITIfRE.
Daring the recent depression in busines wa laid in
1er OMMh eheapest and bent as8»rted stock in .« v..»
which wa are noliina at reayonahle prices. Net
l atent hofa Re«Uteads which uiukaa good bed a
night, suitable f*>r sick ro.uii cr oflices.
OOTTAllK and WALNUT CHAMBER SUITS.
Straw. Hunk. Kecelsior and Hpriuc Mattreases.
tlf.-rarlor Hits Uiditd^tered in any style to isit
purchasers. IVINS BROS..
* * ta Aä3Äfc.
Furniture ana venitian Blind«.
317 N. Second St.
fehl— lv
J. & J. N. HARMAN,
No.416KING STK
1U£T. WILMINGTON. DEL
We respectfully inform the eitixens ot
Wilmington aud the surrounding oountry
^^^^tliat we continue to manufacture and keep
■■■ESon hand at eurlarge and lent established
warerooms. Furniture or »vary variety and style,
S insist ing ef Mahogany, Rosewood nnd Walnut
urniture, suitable for parlor, dining-room nn
ob am her uses.
Our assortment of Furnitnraiaag large nnd varied
a. can he found in Delaware.and all articles sold at
our est sblishment are warranted as rapresen
Venitian Blinds of the mostfaohioaable designs
made to order and kept const*ytly on band. We
also msaufacture and constantly Veep a large as
sortment ot Spring. Hair, Moss and Husk Mattress
es. J. A J.N. HARMAN.
••1 «19 Kina etrea B
ted.
NEW BOOKS
AT
E. S. Ii. BUTLER'S
Kook, Newnpaper & Stationary Store,
420 MARKET STREET.
Clifford Troup, cloth...
Not Easily Jealous. ' .........
Gainnia, •• ...
An Open Question. " .
Doctor Vandyke. " .
Mrs. Kagg's Husband. " .
clam, •• ...
Wonders Ofdeulpture. " .
Ll^^f^iî^iipkirerio«
New Book» received m» »hob — pibliihwl.
'if
1 VI
12.
1 50
1.50
1.75
1.7 .
IS
1.75
0 durational.
W. A. REYNOLDS
OltMlCAl fc MhUmmUmI iMtIUt#
A Dtf ui
WILMINGTON, i«*..
Op*na Fall Term, SndMBbw 24, 1678

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