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YOUNG
jiouuinl anO Statesman
o. September 21, 1869.
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637
Tuesday Mohntn
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EDUCATED
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^h^WFRKLY JOURNAL AND STATESMAN It pub
Itïïar.«, P.iail T WO DOI.I.ARS I'BR ANNUM,
SSStoTOSSKor THU«« DOLLARS .1 lb. buff ol
ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will
Inserted three times for one dollar and sixty cents; and
forty cent, for every subsequent Insertion ; longer one.
'"Ä A"n..l A J.«ll»r. I. .1.1.11. limit*
o their own immediate business ; and all advertisement,
for the benefit of other person», a* well as a I Advertise
ins'uÄSÄi■;» ".iiïï,
otherwhe, beyond the limits engaged, will be ehargsd at
he usual rates. For all sorti transient advertising bills
will be separately rendered, and piompt payment is
d# »-Advertlseraents sent withoutstating the time.they
areU» be published, will be continued unUl they are
forbid, and charged according to the above terme.
SECURE INSERTION of tlielr advertisements and
ESTABLISHED
The longest
The praetteal
tested
BUSINESS MATTERS.
' . , I
Youth's, Boys' and Childien s | p,,suu.
Spring and Summer Clothing.
Oor assortment i» now full and "ymP 1 ® 1 ® •
Kvery 1 ôno" e n y ifo e " l nu! ; d from 'the" atodk- W. I j
have nil the different styles of cut ndajit
etl to all tastes, including the medium ana i Bui , n8M
unMued preferred by many, as well as
Äes'tLd most f-hionnhle style ^
Our large stock enableB ns to Keep at ait
times a full assortment so that all can bo
Jtted at once without delay.
Oar purchases always being made for cask, and <-•
having purchased largely of late, since 1
the decline in woolens, our customers
in the advantage we have thus
Meus
EACH
aud lu the
share
0ur S' 'bÄn «o ' »i «j «jj i jisbïâk
obliged to tax the paying customer te FRBg * aX
make up losses through those who ao not
Our S-made garments are soperior to any
other stock of ready-made goodsJnrhUa^
by garments made to order I Qf k ,
well made, and
;h cheaper.
k 14
delphla *, any
from them
anywhere ; they
equal in every respect and
Being manufactured
By the hundreds and thousands, they
sold cheaper than when made up singly;
for the accommodation of those who , noludlni
Interest
I"
prefer wc have also a
Cnstom Department to make up to order, with
a choice selected stock of piece goods, com
prising all styles and qualities, foreign
and domestic, which will he mad»; up to
measure by competent and experienced
cutters and workmen in a stylo equal to
ID|
Durch«»»*,
the beat. , , . „„„ I With Bank»,
tlnecial Not ice. -Stylo, lit, and make of our aLo,
garments surpassed by none, equalled by I terfolu,
few. All prices Sa tio'n Students
the lowest elsewhere, and full aatisiauion hnQra M
EUliranteed every puwjiiaser, or the sale The
® , _„ii a ,i .„j tnouev refunded. I and the
cancelled and money reiunomt. l0 m
Half Way Between) B KNN lit 1 « uo., | whleh
wifth and ! Tower Ilall ,
F ' sixth Streets. ) No. 018 Market Street,
Philadelphia.
And No. 600 Broadway, New York.
löTBankiug house of John MoLe&r & Sou,
607 Market Btreet. Wo reoeive money ou de
SlWoer"M"ilh National B*nk»). «■>'* I JJÂÏ«
whore in the United 8tates and Europe
denda and coupons promptly collected. Wo buy,
sell and exchange aU *' a ° „roomily exe I This
loans at market prices. Orders promptly « bu ud
outed for the purohase or mile ofDelaware Stnto , muMoni
Tlnmla Wilminirton City Loan, Delaware II. R I Mil others
Bonds, Wilmington iviiy . . A , u , ctM
stock, and all otbor UrBt-class securities. AP i
nlioations for insuranco in the Delaware Mulual BroucbltlBi
Life Insnranc. llonrpnny, reoei.n-l.t M. nffiffff.
S«"« B«î ÏÏTbToffiffï .f wflTtam
saving Hanit is tou Market Street, Wil. MONARY
MoCanlley, Esq., No. GUD Mantel n r , I remedy.
mlngton, Del., and Is openod ovory day to re I ||a
ceivo depoBite. All amounts received from one n,e.
dollar upwards, and five per oent. I Uteres pat I ^ a l r l 8
on the Bamo from the day of deposit. I Mia,
H 4 w u MoCaOLLEY, President. I Is hlgb'y
a ' , I anl
John P- Both, öeo y. tö-deo
•cb.PffffH.lv —Five now 2-Storybriok houses by mall
jöjTFoaSAL*. Five DOW - y beautifully cent»
tußhe 3 tnut Street above fcranklin, ue ™""' 1 ' bouu.
inn at ml r hvdrnnt water iu the yard ; pavement
l0 »? a .lfn «nf from the oity Apply to Qrimshaw
all tho way from the oity. pi y Bold
& Plunkett, 2 and 4 Wes Third atreet, or to n
F Finnegan, Jr., Freight Agent, P W. & u. tv. by d -A
R. Co., comer of Fourth and Pino Stroeta.
«y John McLear & Son, Bankers, and au
thorized agents for the Lake Superior uud Mis- |
sissippi R B- Co., offer their first mortgage
bonds at 90 and interest; also, the Wilmington
& Beading R. R. Co., and ofler their first mort
gage bonds at 85 and interest,
lye HEAP CLOTHING.
STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
HEADY AT
MOORE'S, 228 MARKET STREET.
K7*Fir8t Mortgago Bonds of Kent and Queen
Anne Railroad Company; first mortgage bonds
of Wilmington aud Reading Railroad ; 39 shares
Farmers Bank Stook For sale by Grtmehaw &
Plunkett, 2 and 4 West Third Street.
negf Remember all our ready-male stock o
Clothing is made in this city by experienced
workmen, superintended by practical
No slop-shop goods kept at Moore's, No. 22»
Market Street.
jyAt Edward Moore's, 228 Market Street,
is the plaoe to buy your Clothiug. Ready-made
Clothing, latest Btyle of out, nioely made and
trimmed, and at prioes that defy competition.
gggrlOO Delaware Railroad Stook, 6 ehareB
First National Bank Stook, 25 BhareB Farmers'
Bank Btook, for sale by John MoLear & Son,
Bankers, No. 007 Market street.
«gg-Connellv Whiskey always
in bottles ; the best article
OPEN
THE
Dm- Br.
Cau
Nothing
See
on the
delphis,
Twelfth
..,
made
C. H.
at
phi*.
hand, by
the gallon
introduced hero. Brandy equally fine, at H. K.
Briughuret'e, 317 Market Street.
jgySeo Bunch of Qrapea
another column. Hpcer'a Nlaodaril Wiuo Bit
ters ia highly recommended by pbyaiciauB for
dyspeptiCB, on account of its tonic properties,
its purity aud its delicious flavor.
flEff-The largest and boat line of ClotbB, Caa
BimereB, Beavers, &o., for order work, iu the
Moore's, 228 Market Street, Wilmiog
Standard i
la
No

, Del.
jgyïkat Fruit and LarJ Press, whioh can
not bo excelled for eimplioily and durability, oan
be had at J. A. Robinaou & Co's., 2d aud Mar
..„o
Ing
"
:
gffi ""Latour Oil," new crop, the beat table
! in use, always good and perfectly aweet,when
ughtof H. R. Briughurat, 817 Market Btreet.
«03-Look here, Apple Parère for twenty-fivo
cents, at J. A. Robloaon & Go's., 2nd and Mar
of
ket.
|yffe have a new aasortmeut of While Wash
Brushes, whioh we are selling cheap, at J. A.
Robinson & Oo'a., 2nd and Market.
have the Glover Loaf
•«-Carpenters, we
Plane iron, which we warrant perfect in temper.
J. A. Robinson & Co.
Greenwood,
fcarValuable Fruit Farm
Del., for sale by Grimshaw & Plunkett, 2 and 4
West Third Street.
gffirGtantworth's Roach Paste, |ust received
at the right time for the roaches, at the apothe
cary store of H. tt.Bringhnrst,817 Market Street
tyCologne by tho quart and Bay Rum b
the gallon at H. R. Bringhurst's, 317 Marke
Btreet.
ßTCongress Water, direct from the Spring,
always be had by applying tö II. R. Bnng
horst, 817 Market Btreet.
WTInsect Powdbb.— Lyon's Insect Powder
ust in season. Buy of H. R. Bringhurst, 817
Market Btreet.
ms g-Tho Home Washer. Who has failed to
it, at J. A. Robinson & Co'a., 2d and Mar
ket.
lyRubber Mats, for floor and table
be bought low at J. A. Robinson & Co'b.
2d and Market Btreet.
tyGold, Bilver and Gold Coupons wanted by
Woolston fir ^o., Bankers, No. 2 East Third Bt.
11

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a-vAlLY and WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS
Dw 4 MAGAZINES delivered at the re.idei.ee. of
iub.crlb.ri. or tall »t III. co.nta, by ^ jj^yLÏR
420.51 arket Btreet
HTda» Camphor, just the time
Buy ilof H. R. Bringhurst, 317 Market Street
Store and every description of window shades
made to order at J. Holt's 618 Market 8t.
gg p -The Home Washer is still triumphant.
mayl-tt
Special Wotfcetf
YOUNG MEN PHACTICAtLK
I nister
:
i fho
1
...eaikJiiai ami I pfir
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE :
VWlflluei" „rÀ
_ , a . Ttl, ceuae
637 ChBitnut St., oor. Of 7tn. *
PHILADELPHIA. two
K
EDUCATED for BUSINESS LIFE,
AT
CRITTENDEN'S
K
INCORPORATED
ESTABLISHED IS44.
ol
The longest established and best organised
Commercial College in the City.
in
to
î
'.ustrurttun baa
The praetteal
tested by long experience.
HUNDREDS OF YOUNG MEN
Ha.«founil,lntbBknowlBJ8flK.ln8Jb(r6,th«niOftU80l
p,,suu. .opiojMot, .»j » 1 ...... u. bo«i.».".
j f °i »Ï.. T "ÏÏ
ro6rt ., a ill8 hoeaes. The différant
i Bui , n8M papers such ae
^ »»flSta« ,,
checks ACCOUNTS—SALE-,
oooonTS-oonn..- J
luttsus, i.ivoicbs, ,
<-•
1
EACH STUDENT 13 INSTRUCTED SEPARATELY,
aud lu the most practical minner.
«• In actual buatness.
PENMANSHIP
i jisbïâk
FRBg * aX BLKCJANT |ty i e
In such a manner
a RAPID,
BUSINESS WRITING.
I Qf k , ndg( , 8 BXrtCU t e j i n the most finished manner,
ORNAMENTAL WRITING,
, noludlni t, B «t and most rapid method» of comput
Interest Kxohanga, Profit and fcalee. Averaging Ao
oomprleed In the Course of Insiraction.
COMMHROIAL CALCULATIONS,
ID|
BUSINESS PRACTICES,
Durch«»»*, Stle», Ceuslgnment», 8hipment», Dealing«
I With Bank», ttemittaucos, Ao., Ac.
aLo, Oom.u«rclal Law, Phonography, Dateotlng Coun
I terfolu, Ac.
Students received at any time. .«4 InatruCeA at auch
hnQra M m beU #ail tbe i r convenience.
The large nnmber of buslne»« men now in atUndanea,
I and the naneron» application» receive 1 for ite students
l0 m T4Mnt „otition», tally attest the a; predation ill
| whleh ,tjtfin»tUutlou I« held by the buelaase community.
OPEN DAY AND EVENING.
JJÂÏ«
This preparation la a complete chemicalI food, and will
bu ud emaciated and broken-down con
, muMoni XhU r#m edy is vapidly uktng the P}*«
Mil others In all diseases of the THROAT and LUNG*.
, u , ctM promptly and quickly In curlug chronic and
Coogha, Here Throat, Astnma, Croup, Hoarseoas*.
BroucbltlBi * oMn ee« and Faina in the Breaat and Blood

nior. »». bnnff,.ff ..».f ™
MONARY CONSUMPTION through
I remedy. We guarantee it all we represent It to be- It
I ||a poWKKFUL EXPECTORANT, with Tonic Altera
n,e. and diffaalve propertle.. and •'•«J*
I ^ a l r l 8 |tOA't' U AND , LONGS. It now command« a large
I Mia, aud ieoxteoslvoly appreciated wherever n»od, _
I Is hlgb'y recommended by oUrgymen, lawyers, editor»
I anl plivsloUus, uud by thousand« who have u»ed It.
tö-deo oar Special Circular for full description. Sent
by mall or to be had of Bailor» tu Medicine«. Prlca 60
cent» and *1 a bottle. Full direction, accompany each
bouu. Prepsred »nd »old by
* j. u. SIMMS, M D.
Practical CUtmUt, Wilmington, Del.
Bold wholesale by Johneon, Holloway A Oowden.Phlla
^ üemMf „Vne. A Co., New York, and at retail
by d -A | 8r8 in medicine»ovorywhere. novla
|
&
o
attention
tinuance
moh30-tf
CATALOGUES SENT GBATIP.
THE CRITTENDEN COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC
BUSINESS MANUAL, for B«te et the College.
, *1.26 bent poet
NAlffli
1
. 13
address. R. ^R.KWflBM DEN * Co
Br. Simms' White Pelmomc Baliam
NOW USED BY THOUSANDS.
No.
t
Which
He
man»hlp
give
oath,
Is
A Peck of Cockroaohe«
Cau be killed by »Ingle flask of Lyon'«
Nothing else kill» Insect«. This I« their natural enemy.
See that you get thegenuino. 11 has E. Lyon s Signatar*
on the package. Alt other« «re fraud».
SeptJ-lm. IDepot, 21 Park Row, N. Y.
with
triple
Females Suffering with Rupture
iuvited to vielt Phlla
other I'hyeictl WeakMM,-. -
delphis, aud call At ü. II. NEEDLES
Twelfth Btreet, below Race, to obtain proper xrus.e.,
.., Supporter«, Ac; A Udy attendant «onduct» his
department with professional ability. Examinations
made and suitable Inetinment» for Prolapsus applied
C. H. NEEDLES glveepersGual atteallon to mala patienta
at bis office, comer Twelfth and Race Str f* U t
phi*. Extensive nraetteo in this spécial Branch_ of
Hertianlcal Re rood lea, Insures Intelligent and correct
treatment. «-UANNINU6 BRACES adjusted.
Janl2-rje4
i: 1
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The Rev EDWARD A.WILSON will «end (free of
charge) to all who desire It, the
"i' iïS ''.ÄÄ ffSS'dU
ffln.L ono.umpUon. HI. o.lr »bl««
afflicted,aud ho hope« every aufferer will try this pro*
crlptlon,«» It will coat them nothiog. and may prove a
bl.ralng, FI.... A. WIL80H,
No. 166 South Second Stioet,
WllllamBburg.New York.
by
K.
Bit
for
Caa
the
««ptlO-fim
Deataes*, Biindnesi and Catarrh
by J. ISAACS, M. D.,
the EYE and EAR; (hie
i
Treated with the utmoat
■•Ä")"' uLeffi? oëi«.; ••/-gsssst L"
u. ~ oan «i hia offlcB. The medical faculty are in
vited to accompany their patient«, aa he ha» n° «ecreta
la hie practice. Artificial eyee Inaerted wit hou t jÿUtt
No charge for examination. ison-iy
can
oan
Mar
errors of youth.
A Gentleman who suffered for year« ftom
blllty. Premature Decay, and all the effecta o^ youthful
Indiscretion, will for the aake of suffering
..„o to all who need It, the recipei and dtreotlona for mak
Ing the simple remedy by which he wae cured. Euffereie
wishing to profit by the advertiser'« experience,
" t>» f" 1 " 1 """JShb'b oodbn
42 Cedar atreet. New York
table
Mar
mylOlyw
INFORMATION.
Information guaranteed to produce aluxurtantgrowth
of hair upon a bald head or bearulesa face ; also a recipe
for the removal of Pimples. Blotches, Eruptions, etc.,,0
the sklu, leaving the same «oft, clear and beautltul, can
b. ob.. ta .ff ««L»* |W,^ *iîsÿsf 0 „„„,
a«ptl0-8m 829 Broadway New York
Wash
A.
Loaf
temper.
The Marriage King.
tho ERRORS OF YOUTH and the FOLLIES
regard to SOCIAL EVILb, with certain help
the erring and unfortunate. 8«nt In ecaUd lclter
envelope», free of charge. Addreis HOWARD ASSO
CIATION. Box P. Philadelphia Pa. »**21
and 4
Essay*
of AGE.
received
apothe
Street
b
Marke
Spring,
Bnng
Powder
817
to
Mar
FOR SALE
CITY LOAN AT PAR.
APPLY
GEO. C. MARIS,
CITY TREASURER,
Co'b.
by
Bt.
/ Or CHRISTIAN FEBIGER,
11 j Chairman of Finance Committee
I may4.tr
D issolution of co-partnership
NOTICE.—The' Co-Partnership heretofore ex
I taring between John T. McWhorter, Miner C. Harvey
— and Charles H. McWhorter, trading aa J. T. McWhorter
" & Co., In the Tobacco Manufaciurlug buslneti, ha* on
thla day been dlsaolved. bv mutual courant. Article«
of algn.d by T McWHOBTKB.
' SbÏblbÏ g*KwuOBT«B.
Btreet 8t. George», Del., September 2d, 1869—7 6w
Street
shades | ■—-~
»19 wAhw 1m
ii
c
V
Thompson & HabpehA «a
manufacturebb, X
PHILADELPHIA.
Oars pasB the door.
Bidgo Avenue
Si- Send for Illuatrated Cutaloguo*«»
Je 623mos
TO MILLINERS
and COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS'
FALL TRADE.
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
»
UP STAIRS.
Desirable good* received dally from auction and prl
T *cur stock of Faatheri. Flower», Batina, Bilk», Velvet*,
Ribbon«, Laces, Trimming«, Fringe«, Yankee Netlona,
Fancy Good., etc., etc., 1» large and cheap.
We cat lengths at piece price«. Buy and aell for
EWD. RIDLEY At SOI,
809, 811 and 811J Grand, and 66, 68 and 70
Allen Streets,
Corner »tore, fifth block caat f rom the^Bower^
ESTABLISHED IN 1810.
ancy dyking establishment
J. 4 J. W. JONES,
No. 482 North Front Street, above Calloiohi.l^
PHILADELPHIA.
Dve Silke, Woolen and Fancy Good« of every deicrip
.n Their .uperlority or Dyeing Ladle» and Gen tie
men'« Garment» 1« widely known. Orapeand Merino
Shawl» dyed the mo«t brilliant and plain color*. Crape
,nd Merino Shawl, cleamed to look like new. Alw,
Gentlemen'« Apparel, Onrlalu», *c.. cleHn«ed o.- radyed.
Kid Glove* cleanaed or dyed to look like new.
49 -Call and look at our work before going elsewhere.
F
STEWART DRPUY,
»53 BOUTII SECOND BTREET,
Above Spruce,
PHILADELPHIA.
Now offer* an unusual auortment of CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW 8HADB8, MATTINGS,
Ac..
the public.
«
J.
00
*
d
s
-
reduced price», to hi* friand« and
au 27-8 mo*
nATCHELH AND TRAVELING BAGS
S Fer Udie» and Gentlemen, Pocket Books, Portemo
naiee. Olgar Oaiea, Port« Folio», 4c > B for B ^ # L £ R , 8>
Book and Newspaper Store,420 Market Street.
jfor èale 8,111 t0 O cnf *
HOME I
WANTS
HOUSES AND LOIS AT COST, 1
within ten minutes walk or Mark«!
I and at batter raten than can
help of any Loan AaaoelaUon.
»un BÄi.n—twu three-story bilde houses at
,l.r„a htmdrad .off fflty doH.r. «•<*. •>
ost on which would be only Uv« dothir» ana
seventy-lire cenU per month. PoweMlon o*n
w
j n West Wilmington,
Ftreet, clear of City f.
be obtained through
m
r|
JJ
JJ»
be had
.
Tj
No.
' *One^new*four-rooraed house, standing
corner of Sixth Avenue «J^^fl/dïîfc.;
UL lu forest thice dollars and aevtnty-flve cents per
itb, would rent for eight dollars a month.
four-roomed houses now »nUdlng,
:B •."Ä'ÄWfÄYBÄ ÎÂ
lolpitlUE, eight hundred dollars ««h-lnterest
ir dollars per moutb; all paid over th**""" will be
much toward becoming owner of th® property.
a feet?* P*R1°C K^four Ä W%mkra;
n °My r ohJ l ect lt» r offering auchffberal Inducement*
U to make West Wilmington a village
of renters. Three per cent, discount will
the first cash payment. A i chool Ilouee and Chapel
now building,—two variety store» ,°L
will be found a plenty of pure water end " 4 " r
^,ï?.ÎÂ."SÎS!ÂiS?iffi6ïfcîIg 4 ii»
Tb. Uo.ee B.llro.ff will, wltblo • f.w y.m nm rataff
A law lots lor sale, to build on, and no o»»b r *qulrcd.
J une «2 _____ J. A. BROWN.
by SO
JUST
?
RIVER FARM FOR SALE.
I have for sale
A Very Fine Farm of 89 AcreB.
On the River Delaware, three miles above tho OUy ol
Wilmington, In Brandywine Hundred.
THE LAND 18 IN GOOD ORDER,
And elope» beautifully toward« the river.
HAS A VERY LARGS FRONT with DKbP WATER
and le considered by sea captain» to b« the very place
lor a wlnte J,^ b g r 1 f 0NB DWELLING, HARN, WAGON
and 8PRING HOUSE, with the but soft water
1 his 1 b a splendid pioperty, and will be sold low
on easy ttrms. HT '„ ,
Real Estate Agent, Wilmington, Del.
8 AL, 1C OR RuiNT
HOUSE , , . ,
John McMakln offers for rent or fur cale hl» new
story Brick Hou»e, Southeast corner Third
mh.uu West Streets, Wilmington, Del., noi
caul; poesession Immediately. Bath rooms and p
closets in each story, hot and cold water all over bouse,
gae, heater, range and other convenience», verandahs at
three stories, commanding superb views ot the Delaware
IIIver and surroundings; large and beautiful garden of
tiowors and vegetables,vlnes.frulta,Ac ; 67 It.front onWest
constructed expressly
removed to
, 100 feot deep.
for owner's nse, but having purchased
"McMakin'8 Atlantic Hotels," at Cape 5l»y,
this tasteful home for rent or _
Edward T. Bellab, Ktq., residing at No. 217 «est
Street, opposite, kindly conseuts to protect the property
aud menllou its merits to any desiring Information.
Real Estate Brokers, 16 E Third St., Wllmlugton
Or address JOHN Mc51 AKIN, McMakln'e Atlantic Uotela,
may4-lf
Capo island, New Jereey .
I IOR BALE,
F No. I. A THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE o
street, abo"e Fifth street.
No. 2. A «TORE, DWELLING, Ac., on Fourth street,
between filarketand King streets. It la a rery desirable
part of the city for bualneaa of any kind.
No. 3, FIVE TWO STORY BRÎCK HOUSES
Lombard, between Eleventh
Great
Thli
Pins
Mo
Oaulley street,
Twelfth »treats.
.4. A BRICK DWELLING on Tataa l street, above
Second street.
No. 6. A BRICK DWELLING AND 8T0RE at corner
of Seventh and Frenoh streets. Good business stand.
No. 6. A BRICK DWELLING AND STORE
West of Black Horse Hotel,
stand for Htore and boarding houee.
Also, a number of other Uousesand Lcte. Apply to
WM.UcCVULLKY
606 Market street.
For
cash,
buys
buv»
Iu
all
be
Ian29
. 1. Ai excellent tarin
Castle
JA IIMM FOR SAUK.—
mile of Newark depot
.F within , . -,
County, containing about one hundrad aerea,more ones*,
with a good dwelling and tenant hone«, and excellent
barn thereon. Ie a desirable property, asd will be «old a
con
2. A nloeltttle farm, situate in Brindywiue Hun
dred, within VA mile, of Wilmington, containing 46
, more or less.
.... 3. A very valuable farm, In excellent order,
Brandywine, 6 miles above Wilmington, with fine build
ings, orchard« and other improvements,containing 140
more or leu.
No. 4. A Farm of 200 acres adjolulngthe city ofWll
buildlng., orchards, amd improvements,
trucklng^or ° n
B06 Market Street

mlngton,
suitable for farming
speculation. Apply to
ILE.
RICK HOUSES FOR
1 THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE.
B
,
ROOMS.
.
and
style«.
work
I TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE
1 TWO 6TORY BRICK HOUSE 6 ROOM A.
1 TWO 8TOBY BRICK HOUSE 4 ROOMS.
A largo new first-class Dwelllag In « desirable
King Street, with all the modern
: lentlon
rovement«. Built
well finished. First
with walnut, and walnut inside shatters on all tbu front J
window». Term» easy. G. U. 'llNDALL,
mb2-tf 423 East Fourth Btreet. I j 0
--I
iso,
BEAUTIFUL branches.
Also,
Orders
FOR SAUK
FARM and COUNTRY SEAT of 107 ACRE8 of
Timber
JH good land, with about 12
i JBBL aud Wood Land. The *
8 ne Dwelling and Large Barn, Wagon
other oat buildings. Pieuty of Fruit. Fe
good order. There I« also a large and splendid NEW
MANSION HOUSE, 40 by 32 feet, with large back build
Inga and porche* on two aide«, all finished
beat style, with good stable and olher outbuildings. A I ^
Lawn In front of about FIVE ACRES, containing dlf- I JS
ferent kind« of Trees and Kvtrgreene. Thia property la |
•AU. miles from the City of Wilmington, iu Brand
Hundred, aud will be »old on easy terms. If
, it will be for rent. WM. BRIGHT,
Jan*9-ly Real Estate Airent, Wilmington,
and W
n B. F.
Farm Bulldluga
i'-' 1 '
tbi
Informs
■_I And I»
»■OR SALK—TMA'l' VALUABLE I*' " £'
FARM,situate partly in the Cityol Wilmington I j. UOTBn
and partly in ChlstrUna Hundred,known as the
_ Wright" Farm, adjoining lands ol
Henry U. Hanning, Baq., Thomas F. Bayard, K»q.,(l*le
Col. Davis'«,) Dr. Brown, Mrs Connell and olhers, cou talu-1 f ab
ing about 110 aciee more or less. This property ha» »ev- I
eral of the MOST BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITES I
around W.luilugtcn, llee on both atdea of the Railroad ( r
and Turnpike, and is In every way desirable
i by operators in Real Lstate,or a few gentlemen
desire Handsome location« for private residence».
WM. MoCAULLEY,
vi.»bat Street. Wilminirton. Del.
m
"Warner
^
FUR BALE,
One the best Store Stands
IN WILÖIINQTON.
he 1»
Fronts on Market and Shipley Btreats. Thla pro erty j
la very valuable, aud almott tho only oo« now to b . had | »•«'It
fronting on two business streets Apply at this office.
aulD 3m
TWO HOUSES FOR SAUE.«— I ^
undersigned offer« a home for eale that REAR
__... *16 per month, and will sell It on
«JUL Ter y accommodating term«. All the money I x*
SqulrS Is *200 cash, *100 In two month», »ud *109 ln
^AlJo^a'house that rent* for *12 per month, on the j
same terrna Apply to He
GEORGE II. TINDALL, I of
423 East Fcurth Street. | n
he
aprfi-tf
HAUE all
and 6 down. I
OG1.KTOWN HOTEL
Contain» 12 K00M8—7
ovau.o, Shedding, and pump of excellent water
ililML .ii ilonr. One acre of ground attached.
* 2 i 600 ; *1,090 may remain
particulars apply to Z
mortgage. For farther
ELIZA WILLEY,
Mre.
Or to TU051A8 M. OGLE, No. 4 East Third
mlngton,
premise».
SW....I.WII
jau22-tf
, ,u«
1 711E SIXTH AVENUE HOUSE, WEST wh
WILMINGTON. FOR SALE, with the square of Ugt
ä s, ä*'ä;j. Mas*« TiSi
'Sr °" ,,r J. A.BROWN.
_- I
FC.U R K NT— A LfflllJE IIOISÏil
10 or 11 room. (dl.IO.ff I"'
with garden and 10 acre, of high meadow laud, I
IBM eituate on Can.oway, near Wilmington, eulte- I
for graitng and tiucking. or keeping coxa and bogs;
the hones and garden would be rented »epaiately, to I
two famille., or It would be re*'ed îUogethor. Apply
. "cOAOLLMY Ä Co., I
606 Market atreei. I
HOUSE TO RENT AND FUR- |
N1TÜBB FOR BALE.—A family about to leave i
Wilmington would di.poee of th Ir fornlture,
y purcuaeed, at reduced price», If applied
Immedlato y, at , JEFFERSON STREET, P
Wilmington, Del. |
„ __ _ .
F OR SALE—A GOOD FARM IN pen
GADEK HUNDRED,about 160 acres, VA mile* from "
Bt. Georges Station, on the Delaware Railroad. Build
lugs all new; 20 »cr«e in orchard; 80 acres in wood ; I pH
fdffff gooff. Torms u.ff. u. OOLK I
No. 4 East Third St..Wilmington, Del. I
.
RARE CHANCE FOR SPEÜU
LAT10N.—FOR SALE.—A «quare of ground
between 12th and 18th Street», and King and
Frenoh Streets; 111 leet front on King by 218
„„a.»»v«.ch.
. Itta
March 2-tf.
Jî2
prl
70
eet deep ;
apr30-tf
deicrip
tie
Merino
Crape
Alw,
radyed.
FOR RENT—ROOMS IN CBN
thweet corner of Fourth and Klug
W. MoOAULLBY 4 Co.,
60Ö Market Street, Wil., Del
tral Hall,
.». Apply to
June 21
COFFEE, TEA AND SPICE
HAD
ARB TO
AT THE CHEAP STORE
OF
JAMBS SMITH,
AT 400 SHIPLEY STREET,
«
*
WILMINGTON, DEL.
s
Having Juat laid In a freab alo'k of the beat variellaa
ol Ooffee, Tea and Spice, I am prepared to furnlah the
public with
Large or Small quantities on the mo*t
reasonable terms.
i purchasing ehewhere, and see If
th in quality aud price. a!4 tf
-
BAGS
Portemo
I
Give
I do not please yon,
SOMETHING NEW.
i
TUB GREAT
A.
WILII\GT 0 \ INSTALMENT HOUSE.
P, HASSON,
No. 511 King Street,
NRARLY OPPOSITE TIIE POST OFFICE.
FURNITURE
FOB EVEB¥BOI>lT,
On the most Reasonable Terms.
JUST LOOK AT Til 1C LOW PRICKS I
Over twenty handsome sets of
A.
BEDROOM FURNITURE,
AT FROM #40 TO #115«
Largest assortment of
WINDOW SHADES,
AT FROM #3.50 TO #1.50.
Every variety of
bureaus,
AT FROM #10 TO #40.
Great variety of Wash Stands.
Immense arrival of the best quaiiiy of
Complete assortment of
Photograph Albums,
Photograph Frames,
And Family Bibles,
Of all grades aud sites.
Borne of the latest and best styleB of
OIL CLOTHS.
Great variety of the best quality of Clooke.
Thli Is tho only Wholesale and Retail establishment
fer the ssle of
P1CTURES:& PICTURE FRAMES.
I b
ÂiÆiM'Â'ïfV' SjSrSS .=
For example : If the party buy. *15 worth, he pay« f 3
cash, and the balance In Instalment» of $1 a Week,
buys *30 worth, he paya $6. aud 11-60 a we«k.
buv» 160 worth, he pay» #I 2 * and fO a week, and
Iu proportion, as the party wlahei to draw. J«n per cent
deduction on all cash purchase« ; and ln ell cane» the
amount will be allowed on bill« paid In advance
all our agreement».
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
II
a
THE GREAT
WILM 1 X 6 T 0 N INSTALMENT 110 LSE,
No. 511 King Street,
46
140

NRARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.
every
day anil
,
Red
Wednesday,
in the
perauce
man's
United
23uiîDeïj5a
PERKINS & WELDE,
BRICKLAYERS, PLASTERERS
of
Hall,
uud
AND
CONTRACTORS.
J Thg subscriber« take thl* method of
feni of wilmioglon VlaSTER
I j 0 their businesa of BRICKLAYING that of PL Ao 1 Is u
iso, nad are now ready to contract for worn in uovu
Hull,
aud
Monday
fourth
branches.
Also, JOBBING promptly «tiended to.
Orders left nt thalr office; No. i Ea«t Fourth Btreet
I ^
I JS
|
The
Building,
W LlMK^andTlIAND *o * aala to «ult P urfl ^ a ®û r, WELD F'
B. F. PKRKIN8. C. B. WELDr,
Tho
stitute
2 East
i'-' 1 ' 1 j
TONE MASONRY.
»!
The
of
Tuesdays
The
nnd
days
The
corner
count
days
WASHINGTON COX
Informs Builder«, Contractor, aud
"•"ISk MASONKY,
■_I And I» prepared^ to^glve entire »«tletactlon
I*' " £' JnuÊÜ^TÔr 'tkiiib«« ï-«« ""ÿ" tJS.if
I j. UOTBn t«e the best work—COMPACT, SOLID, NEAT,
DURABLE.
Contract» aollclted and eetlmates given.
Y/A6 HIND'ON COX,
f ab t6-tf 202 West Seventh Ft, Wilmington, Dei.
I
I
( r
», that ho stll
All
I
pEORGE H.TINDAIaX.»
^ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop—comer Ninth and Spruce Streets.
RESIDENCE—No. 423 BA8T FOURTH STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
nud person*! «ttentlon paid to Job.
Eighth
he 1» fully prepared te contract to do all kind*'
j * ,u# ' r ^| f ^ 0 » ,l !îhareôVVabHe' patronage.
| »•«'It and receive a enare pa v _
TACKNON JONES
I ^ haviho Taxe« a hopimthb
that REAR OF THE ODD FELLOWS HALL, Enltnuea
on KINO STREET, below Fourth, firat alley,
I x* prepared to do all kinds ot
ln Q^RpßNTER & JOINER WORK,
the j Prompuv and at low price«,
He will give 8PECIAL ATTENTION TO JOBBING
I of meTy klnd. Urge or »mall job« aollclted.
| n e i U g a practical workman ol many years experience
he leele *ale In guaranteeing the lulleat «atiafaetton In
all aasea.
I
water
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
SUMMER TIME, TAKING EFFECT JUNE 6th, 1889.
Th« trains ol the Penn»ylvanla Central Railroad leavj
, ,u« h Depot at T 1 IIBTY-FIR 8 T and MARKET 81 reel a .
wh |ch le roached directly by the Market Street care, the
of Ugt Mr f0 nnectlng with each train leaving rroni
TiSi -ä» m ««n .... ». .pp ä
ÄSfflÄ" , ,
I Agents of the Union Treuster Company will call
gJjjïiîïStfôrNo. ilrMLw'lU .1
„SS
laud, I
eulte- I «*IL TRAIN.
bogs; pA0L x ACCOM.
to I vast LINK AND RRIB EXPRESS
Apply BARRI8BURQ AC OOM.
I LAN0A8XKB ACCOM ...
I pARKK 8 BUKG TRAIN
.CINCINNATI EXPRESS..
FUR- | ERIE 5IAIL4 PITTSBURG EXPRESS..
leave i PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS.. „
Erie Mall leave« Dally, except 8 ""^ ™" n ' u n x
applied Saturday night only toWllllamsiwrt. On Sunday night
P *PhUadalphla Bxpra.»» leavda dally. All other train*
Del. | Ä moiat lon Train run. dally, except
_ . Sunday. For this train tickets must be procured and bag
pen delivered by 6 P. M . at 116 Market Street.
from " B TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
Build niNOINNATI EXPRESS. '
wood ; I pH 1 LADKL p B x A EXPRE 6 B....
I ..
Del. I paRKKSBUKU TRAIN
. FAST LINE
^.P A 'i;?x 8 |î l RUBa AIN
ground ERIE EXIK10J» .
and DAY EXl »Ufii»
218 SOUTHbRN EXPRESS
FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Ageut,
No. 116 Market street,
SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agent,
At the Depot.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not aacume
anyrUk for Baggage, except for wearing apparel.
limit their reeponrtblllty to One Hundred Dollar»
All baggage exceeding that amount In value wilt
J» -,h.H. k »f .ff
aug 6 -tf Gen'l Supt.. Altoona Pa.
We
TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ :
.at 11.60 A.'
aa
In
of
*
4.00 «
6.80 «
.at 10 30 "
at 12 00 night
L. M.
1. 4 9.40 4 6.20 P. 51
.at 9.35 A. M.
'."'.'.'-at 9.36 "
.at 12.30 P. M.
4.20 "
6 40 '•
CBN
Klug
Del
PILES !
OR HEMORRHOIDAL TUMORS.
PILES !
Internal and External, Blind, Bleeding end Itehjng,
positively, perfectly and permanently CURED, without
pain, danger, lmtrnmenta or cauatlea, by
W. A. HcCANDLEB8, M. D.,
No. 19*6 SPRING GARDEN 8T., PHILAD'A, PA.,
Who can refer you to over one thou»and of the
cUiïêai of Philadelphia who bave been cured. A prac
tice of 18 year« iu this dlaeaae without a lallure, war
rant. me to guarantee a cure In all cases. sn27 3m
variellaa
the
mo*t
see If
a!4 tf
mo LET, WITH BOARD, A LARGE
I Airy, »«coud »tory FRONT ROOM. B^utre at
au31 tf 409 BAIT FOURTH STREET.
CITY DIRECTORY.
CITY OFFICE«*.
Mayor —Jiutlmu S. Valentine.
Chief of Police-Edward J. Ih.ii^lierty.
Treasurer— C. Maris
Oily Solicitor —. lohn U Patterson.
i H. Springer.
Street Commissioner —
Clerk of Market —Thomas Hawkins.
City Surveyors— p.uiitl Furr», William W- Stapler, H.
A. Gilpin.
Vaccine Physicians—Dr. John P. Wales,
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Chief Engineer -Henry W. Perkins.
First Assistant Enoineer- Henry Bleyer.
Second Assistant Engineer —Michael Callahan.
Frlendsliip Steam Fire Engine—Tenth and Shipley. ]
Delaware Steam Fire Engine—Sixth, near King. j
Phoenix Steam Fire Engine—Twelfth ami King. ,
Water Witch Steam Fire Engine—Shipley, above
Fifth.
Washington Steam Fire Engine—Sixth,
Fame Hose and Steam Fire Engine—Second, between
Shipley and Orange.
Reliance Engine—Fifth and Orange.
Mm kit.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
Custom House, corner of Sixth and King.
Post Office, corner of Sixth and King.
City Hall, Market street, between Fifth
CHURCHES
1 Sixth.
CI.KUGYMKN.
koman OATnouo.
ir, I).
)., Bishop ofWil
Rlght Rev..Tli
mlngton,
St. Peter's, eoi
A. McQrane, Pastor : Rev.
St. Mary's, corner of Sixth ami Pino.
St. Paul's Church, corner of Fourth
■r of Sixth and West. Rev Matthew
n P. McUrane, Assistant.
. P. Reilly.
Jackson.
PHOTE8TAN1 EPISCOPAL.
St. Andrew'», comer of Eighth and Shipley ; Rt.
Alfred Lee, D. I) , Bishop of the Diocese.
Trinity Church, |
Charles
Calvary' Church, corner of Third
Rev. George A. Latimer. , „ ,
Trinity, (old Swede'»} corner of Seventh and Ghureb ;
. Charles Breck. „ „ ,,
St. John's, Brandywine Village ; Rev. T. Gardiner
aud King ; Bev.
ni 1
Washington ;
MRTnODIST XPI8COPAL.
Anbury, comer of Third uud Waluut ;
Market street, between Seventh and Eighth;
of Fifth and Washington; Rev,
li II
. J. Clymer.
Grace Church, corner of Ninth and West ;
Scott Church, East Seventh street ;
Epworth Cliapel, Re v.
Brandywine Church, I
I. L.
I. Chut
. C. Davis.
. J. Shilling.
i'RKSDYTKBIAN.
First Presbyterian Church, Market
Ninth nud Tenth ; Rev. S. 11. MoKown, pastor.
Hanover Presbyterian Church, corner of Sixth
King ; Rev. Lafayette C. Marks.
Ceutral Presbyterian Church, King sti
Seventh and Eighth ; Rev. C. D. Shaw.
Wear Preabytorhui Church, corner ol Eighth and Mon
y Sti oet Chapel, connected with Central Church
comer of Roduey street and Delaware
Olivet Church, corner of Adam» uud
J Gilbet t'chapel, Fourteenth and French.
UAPTtBT
Second Baptist Church, corner of Fourth und French
Rev. W. H. U. Slursh.
German Baptist, comer of Fifth and Walnut;
R. Piepgr»».
Delaware Aveuue Baptist ; , _ .
German Lutheran, corner of Sixth and French ;
II. B. Kuhn.
, betweeu
iet, between
Avenue.
O. W. Folwell
UOUSK8
Friends Meetluir House, Hlckaitc,
tween Fourth and Fifth.
Friend« Meeting House, Orthodox, comer of Ninth aud
Tatuall.
rati ii
6 W EDEN UOIUH AN.
New Jerusalem Church, comer of Wasldugton
. Willard Hull Iliukley.
CNT VERBALIST.
Universalis! Church, Seventh,
und Delaware Avenue ;
• Walnut ; Rev. A
AFRICAN
African Union Church, French street, between Eighth
ud Ninth.
Bethel African, Walnut
Union American, French street, between Twelfth
Thirteenth. t .
East Ziou African, corner of Ninth and F rench.
Wesleyan Union African, Poplar street, between Filth
and Sixth.
reel, between Sixth
1 'hnrltnble ami otlior.Institution«.
Mabonrt—F ree nnd Accepted Mason« meet »tutedly
ut their Hull, Market street, betweeu Secoud and Third.
Odd Frllowsihi'.—S ubordinate Lodge meeting»
held every night at the Odd l cllowa Hull, corner of 1 hird
and King.
Knigiith or Pythias—L odges of tbi» Order meet
every Monday,'Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri
day anil Saturday evening«, In their Hall, over Morrow s
, Market »treet, betweeu Second and Third.
Red Men—I mproved Order
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday evening»
in the Wigwam, No. 304 Shipley street.
Temfebanoe—D ivisions of the Son« of
perauce meet every night at their Hull, third story Good
man's Building, Fifth and Market street«.
United Amrbioan Meouanios— Council« of the Order
y Monday,
of United American Mechanic«
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening», ut
Hall, fourth «tory Goodman's Building, corner ut
uud Market »treeta.
Ancient Ordrr or Good Fellows meet at Red Men'«
Monday
u
uovu
l Markt t .. t-.
Hull, coi ner of Third
aud Tuesday evening.
Amrbioan Protestant Association-—'
Monday evening at room No. 7, McLcar « Building,
fourth «tory,
ud aud King streets.
LITERARY SOCIETIES.
The Catholic Literary Association meet» In the Jocrnal
Building, »10 Market street, every evening.
Tho Youug lien's Catholic Philopatrlan L terury In
stitute meets every Weduesday evening in tlieir Hull, No.
2 East Third Btreet, third story, at 1% o'clock. Room
every evening to members and strangers iu
»!
BANKING INSTITUTIONS.
The National Bank of Delaware, at Wilmington, corner
of Sixth and Market. Capital, $119,000. Discount days,
Tuesdays and Fridays.
The Farmers' Bank, at Wilmington, corner of ..
nnd Market. Capital, $230,000. Discount days, Wednes
days und Saturdays.
The National Bank of Wilmington and Brandywine,
corner of Second and Market. Capital, $200,000. Dis
count days, Mondays aud Thursday«.
National
, above Filth. Capital, $300,000.
Wednesday« aud Saturdays.
First National Bank of Wilmington, corner of Fourth
audMurket. Capital, $400,000. Discount days, Mon
days and Thursday«.
tJS.if
NEAT,
stll
I !... I
: of Wilmington, Marke)
Discount duy«,
I
Job.
SAYINGS BANKS.
id —Office S. E.
1 er
Wilmington Savings
Eighth und Market streets.
Delaware Savings Bun*:.—Office C0Ö Market atreet.
Artisans Savings Bank .-Office 097 Market street.
FERTILIZERS.
BA U G H 'S
RAW BONE
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
mark.
TPA° E
STANDARD WARRANTED.
We iffer to Farmere the present Fall season, BAUGH'S
Raw 8one Super-Phoophate of^Lime
Ae being highly Improved.
BAUGH'S RAW BONE SUPER-PHOSPHATE ...
aa Its name Indicate», prepared by dissolving Raw Bone»
In Oil of Vltrol—that is. bone« that have not been de
prived of their organic matter—the oreaso amt glue—ny
bnrnlug or baking. It, therefore, present« to the cee
of the Farmer ALL the va'aable propertiee of Raw Bone*
*- a highly concentrated form—renderiog it at once
Quick in Aotion, and very Per
manent.
recommended to purchase of
neighborhood.
49" Farmer»
dealer located
where no dealer is yet established,
be procured directly from the undersigned.
B A Drill A SONS, Manufacturer».
Office No. 20 South Delaware Avenue,
Philadelphia.
.. il ns
Phosphate
WE CONTINUE
woll-known Manures,
Limb and Amhoniated
To Manufacture
SOPIB-PUOSPnATB
Frbtilizgb, and also have for sale
PERUVIAN GUANO,
No. 1 Genuine Government,
!
Fish Guano, Land Plaster and Hydraulic
Cement, together with a compléta assortment or
Burning nud Greasing Oils, at fair market
war
Super-Phosphate of Lime, - $50 per 2000 lbe.
$85 do
A DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
Ammoniated Fertilizer,
i
i
!
ALLEN & NEEDLES,
JJ42 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
ESTABLISHED IN 1848.
auü 3m w
WOOLS ION & CO
.
K
Id
KXI'KK.4.1
for
Retry
with
KXPKE49
for
low, Liu
de<irace.
Chase's
moreand
wood,
Pa
the 1-200
BANKERS & BROKERS
5
No. 15 East Third Street,
WILMINGTON,
GENERAL AGENTS OF THE
Stopping
mlngton:
P. M.
road for
Leave
I
NATIONAL
7.00
tween
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Stopping
phie
Leave
UXfoid
Btatloo*
Leave
at 6 40
Trains
M.,
M aud
Central
OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Leave
Leave
Leave
press.
'■ M '
Purryville
Hl
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL
Life fniurancc Company of the II orli.
A. 51,
10.02
Having istued
Leave»
N uW
7070 POLICIES
tiuee, Inaurlng
first Twelve Month»|of
Ou
OVER $19,000,000.
Crlstield,
Marion,
Gold, Stocks, Bonds and U, S.
Securities.
SEA
Commission Exclu.' icely, 1 and a
Bought and Sold
General Banking Busino»» transacted.
BILLS OK EXCHANGE
DUBLIN. LONDON. LIVERPOOL PARIS.
ROME, FRANKFORT. A. 51., BREMEN
AND HAMBURG.
Will
I r.\wn on
Passage Tickets Issued to and from all
parts of Europe.
1
St.
s
Globe,
PACKAGES FORWARDED to _
Express leaving New York «rery Tuesdaj.
ue at 2
nil eblpmeute can be effected with
and 3 ter cent.
Insurance
ou Messrs. FISK k HATCH, New York,
DANIEL MEYER. Ban Francisco, Cal.,
W* draw
to
l0
at
M
LOWEST BATIS OF EXCHANGE.
;|WOOLSTON & Co„
EAST THIRD STREET.
.13 If
SPEER'S
PORT GRAPE WINE.
Used Dy Hundreds of Congregations for
Church Communion Purposes.
FOR LADIES AND WEAKLY
PERSONS TO USE.
BPEER'8 WINES ate invaluable for the Invalid
.h 8 .0»îe..ï."t. They .» lb. EVÄÄB
with a rich body, and are exteuslvely used *"
for the weak aud debilitated. Sickly persons should try
In
No.
EXCELLENT
..
Dis
Mon
I
u*V
duy«,
l VIB owvonu M|^
J 5jSraiimc)4'
y-
of
VINEYARDS—NEW JERSEY.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
TONIC AND STRENGTHENING
PROPERTIES
„„.urnassed by anv other Native Wine. Rrtng the
^nm ?u"ce of the Grape, produced under Mr. Speer»
;^».l.up.rrl.lo»,if. Lrltr .nd
SrÄ»»«». LTÄÄ ÄÄlf m.r «...
advantage. It 1« particularly beneficial to the «ged
... •"■jri.'r.'SL'Ä"!
of j
Oporto Grape,
VALUABLE
afflict the weaker
A WINE TO BE RELIED ONI
Invalids use Speer'« Port Grape Wine I
Female» use Speer'* Port örape Wine 1
W«Uî SB».. ÏÎ. to
BOLK BY »BUHGISTä
New Jersey.
YORK.
BAUGH'S
Speer's Wlnea
Office—No. 243 BROADWAY, N1
«« 12 -lyaem_
...
Bone»
de
Wants.
Wants.
«ion» and form» for all tranaactlona In every oraie,
ÂtiSfÏMiSoiS? »o."» "f'&Sz
ÏSîïîïL'LftSW«
PABMELKK k
Philadelphia, Pa.
Sent free.
-» «na' irv W ANTED.--WE CAN LOAN ON
M good lauded eecnrlty-on
nJmUr of »um« of $609, *1.090, *1.6«°, ' »Ä
*6,000, 4o. Any person having money,and wanting it
loaned .afely would do well to call o«^ A C 0.,
• «ob Market etra
W "ta
~ Market Street Wil mington. Del
min nnn oR » * •» « ° 0 .. 'y S\P
1 U,UUU MORTGAGE — 8E0URSD BY I RO
per,y—worth thirty or forty »-"igSuJ;'' 1 "
096 Market Street'
DO Y WANTED TO UKARN THE
-D O«™ BUSINk'BS. App£ g br1N0H ur 8 T.
317 Market Btreet.
]4e
PARTNER WANTED,
IN TUB MANUFACTURE OR THE
SALE OF
A VERY VALUABLE INVENTION
i Wanted In every family A rare chance for a mechaole
i or any energetic bu.ine»» man, who can command a f«w
! hundred dollar* In cash or good »erumle», to secara
lucrative bustueaa that will
PAY FROM 114 TO *15 PER DAY,
And require no more energy iban ,
at any ordinary occupation. c *
on or addre»« * Market Street.'wilmlugton. Del.
* 2 or *1
.1
(Ctai)ders (Ouiîle.
COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 10.1», IS««
IraiuHwlIl leave Depolcorner Dread blrret and Waeb
. MA ï L Vît AIN alSI0 A.M (fiundaya excepted,
Baltimore,stopping at all He;ular Station«. I "*
K With Delaware Hall Roal at Wilmington
Id aud Intermediate Station«.
KXI'KK.4.1 TRAIN at 1200 M. (Snndaya excepted)
for Baltimore and Washington, «topping at Wilmington,
Retry ville «ml Havre-de-Urace. Countcl- at Wilailugton
with train for New Castle.
KXPKE49 TRAIN at 4.00 P. M. (Sunday* excepted, .
for Baltimore tnd Washington, stopping at Cheater,Thm •
low, Liu wood, Ultjrmont, Wilmington, Newport, Stanton ,
Newark,Klkti.n,North Kart, Charleatown.Perrÿ ville, Barr
de<irace. Aberdeen, Perryman'«, Edgewood, Magnolia,
Chase's and Stemmor's Knn. , _
«»-NKJrlT KXPRKS.Satll.30P M (dally,)for Baltl
moreand Washington, slopping at Chester, Thurlow,Liu*
wood, CUyrnon t.Wllrolngton.Nowark, Elk ton,Nortt»-Baar,
Perryvllleaud liavre-da-Grtre, Perryman's andi Manolta.
Pa »angers fur Fortress Mouroe and Norfolk will tan«
the 1-200 M.train.
WILMINGTON TRAINS.
Stopping at all atation* between Philadelphie »nd « I •
mlngton:
.00 A. M. 2.30, 6 00, and 7.0
P. M. The 6.00 P.M. train oonneeis with Delaware Hall
road for Harrington aud intermediate stations.
Leave Wi mlngton at 6 30 and 8.Id A.M.,1 >0, 4.16 and
. M: train will not etop be
I
elphia at
7.00 (dally) P.M. TtieH.
tween Cheater aud Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA
BALTIMORE CENTRAL B. B.
TRAINS ,
on Chester Creek and PhlladW
Stopping at all Stations
phie and Baltimore Ceutral Railroad.
Leave Phlladulpblafor port De^rtt (SundeytDjxceptaj
UXfoid at i.tu P. M. The 7 00 A. M. train stops at all
Btatloo* hetu-tc-n Philadelphia and Lamckin.
Leave Port Deiiobitfor Philadelphia (Sundayeexeepted
at 6 40 0 85 A.M. and 4 20 P. M.
Trains ietviug Wilmington at 6 30 A. 51.
M., will couuectat Lamukin Junction with
M aud 4 30 P. 51. trains for Philadelphia an
Central Railroad.
baltimore
.. FROM BALTIMORE.
10,30 A.M, 12.20, 6.37 aud 10.20
THROUGH TRAINS
Leave Wilmington at I
CHESTER FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Chester at 7.26. 8 48. 9,08 and 11.08 a. m , :
.09,7 47 and 10.13 P.M.
From BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore 7.26 A.M .Way Mail. 9,36 A.Is.,
press. 2.36 P.M..Express. 7.26 P. M., Kxpreaa.. 1
'■ M ' Sl &IUinore to Port Deposit and Intermediate
stationnât 5.00 P. M. „ ,
Accommodation Train from Port Deposit will leave
Purryville at 6.47 A. M. for Baltimore and Intermediate
Hl Trains for Baltimore leave Chester et 12.0« and 9.11
12.62
A. 51, aud 4 36 P.M.
Train» fur Baltimore have Wilmington
10.02 A. M., 1 05 and 6.17 P. 51.
SUNDAY TRAIN FR051 BALTIMORE.
Leave» Baltimore at 7.26 P. M., Mopping at Magnolia
Perryman's, Aberdeen, Havre-de-Grace, Terryvllle,
Charlestown, North-East, Kl kton, Newark, Stanton,
N uW n .rt, Wiimlugto.'i, Ciaymont, l.lnwood and Cheater.
H F KENNEY, Snp't.
DELA WARE RAIL.
.LINE.
.FALL AKRANGEMENT.
Ou aud after MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1868, Paeeen
Trains will ran as follows, until further notice:
ALL TRAINS SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
GOING SOUTH.
GOING NORTH,
ive A.M. i Leave
Crlstield, 7.00 Philadrt'a.,
Marion, 7.40 j Baltimore,
Kingston, 8.06 Wllmlng'o,
Westover, 8.30 New castle,
Princ.Anne, 9.10
A.M. P.M
8.30 6.00
10.30 6.40
St. George*,
10.0U; Ml.Pleasant.
19.301 Mtddleto'n,
10.45; Townsend,
11.05 Blackbird,
11.30
11.60 Sassafras,
7 16
11.16 ...
11.35 7^0
Forktown,
BALlSB'Y
Delmar,
SEA FORD,
Bridgeville,
11.60 8.06
12.00 &16
! M.
.
12.06 8 20
12.00 Clayton,
A.M. P.M.! Arrive
12.16|Smyru*,
12.16 8.30
Harrington,
|U10 8.2
Brenford,
Moortou
1.00| DOVER.
Cam don.
Willow Urova
30|Canterbury,
.45 Plymouth,
Felton,
.501 Harrington,
8.20 2Uj Farmington,
8.25 2.19 Groenwood,
2.20 BridgeviUe,
2 30 8EAFORD,
2.65 Dolma'r,
3.101 SAI.ISB'Y,
3.26 Forktown,
9.66 3.46 Eden,
Princ.Anne,
5 4.05 Westover,
King-ten,
Plymouth.
Canterbury,
Will
8 6
*12 60 9.06
7.60
DOVER,
m»«™,
Smyrna,
1 Clayton,
Saasafr»« Road,
Blackbird.
MIDDLKT'N
. Plea rant,
St. Georges,
Newcastle,
1.10 v
1.20 9.
9 46
i ■
2
I II
Wilmlug'n.
PhlUdel'a.
il b
1V 3.1
Baltimore,
Crlefiuld,
"'vTalThTTrain with Paetenger Car attached, will leave
StaMons name Vat tho following Changed Hour«, (aubject
to delay* lucideut to Freight Buaiuet.,) vlx.:
Going Fouth. leave Wilmington about 3,00 A.M., New
Castle,4.U0, Middletown, 6 00 , Clayton, 7.16, Dover, 8.60,
Camden, 9.10, Fellou, lo 06. nud be due ai Harrington
l0 Golug North, to leave Harrington about 3 . 20 P. M Fel
4 G». Camden, 6.06, Dover, 5.46, Moorlou, 8.10 Clay
ton! 7.00, Middletown, 8.46, New Castle, 10.30, and be doe
at Wilmington, 11.00 I*. M.
This train will .lop to ute up Paaaeugers ontj At
M itloDK named, but will set down Paaseugeis a
stopping place, except Hare's Cor,ner, State Road
"Kw-OAiTLI TKAINB.
New Castle for Wilmington and Philadelphia, i
Stf.
Philadelphia 11.46 M.apd Wilmington 1.00 P.M.
■ÎhbÏ Ci ""sùvma branch tea ins.
Additional lo those above leave Smyrna ior C|ayt,on
.M., and 8.19P.M. Leave Claytou for Smyrna 9.40
À M aud 2.10 P. M., to make ronnectiou with train* t
from Dover, aud Stations south,
au.boat Trains heretofore
Coat will, however,
necifoo with Local Tralu,
Friday Eveniug».
withdrawn. A
CrUfield for Norlolk, In cou
Mouilay, Wednesday and
K. U SEW ALL,
Snuw rlnte nden t D«l«w«r« Rnllron
The fFiHadelpüla.WIlniiuglon aud Bal
liiuorc Kailroad.
REDUCTION OF FARE
COMMENCING
WEDNESDAY, 41'RIL I4tli, 1S«9
Anl continuing until further nolle«.
Tim rite» of Fare between Wilmington and PhlladaU
pills by ACCOMUGDATION TRAINS leaving Wllmtng
tou ul 0.45 A. 51., »19 A. 51., aud 1 39 P. 5I„ will be as
from Wilmington, Ciaymont and luteimedi
h atb.oto I'hlladelphla.stnirt^tlckeL.^
l'klladel
CKNT8
Round Trip Ticket.
Linwood and Thurlow
. 30 0BNT»
Philadel
CENTS
From Chester
•*""'"ftÄl.Tkto. . M CSNTé
M-TICR-Wd ARK GOOD ONLY UPON TUB DAY
18aUKD, ana on return only upon aach trains ,
aesignMed up»'" "»•>«• faw - 1 'iiu^erinUndent.
.'30 CENTS
FTEU Tk*lS
A"
TIIE STEAMER
JOHN SYLVESTER
HILL RE HITIIDRAWN
From the Opposition Line between
WILMINGTON & PHILADELPHIA.
(THE STEAMER
ELIZA HANCOX
PLACE,
WILL TAKE
Leaving Wilmington MONDAY, August 10th,
dock, A.M, and 1 o'clock, P. M.
And leave JiiiUJcIpbia at 10, A. M , and 4, P. M ,
ing ber trip» on 5ft>nd»ys, Thursdays and Saturday»
While the Market btroet Bridge I» being re-bullt,
, she
Mesure, l'u-. y, Jonas A Co.,
will les ve ril« w
Round Trip...
Single Tickets.
To Hook or Cheater....
Particular attention will be given to
LIGHT FREIGHT,
low rates as by any
FARES!
Which will be carried
JOHN A.
)ST. Gen.
ON
A GENUINE ARTICLE FOR TIIE HAIR.
NATIONAL HAIR RESTORER.
THIS IS NO HUMBUG.
f|H) THE CITIZENS OK WILMINGTON - -
A CIN1TK-— 1 The ouly effertual article Iu the market
OleansinK the Scalp aud Preventing tho
Hair front Falling Out. or Turning
Orey, is|tbe
National Hair Restorer.
Bold exclusively by
JAMBS liUtltlAN, Manufacturer,
. i ppoeite City Hall,
Wilmington, Delaware.
I will alr'C warraut it fo cure Burn., 8o»ld», and ala«
aune hair that it grey to it» uatoral color, iu ten days.
It a trial, aud if it doe. Dot do aa repreeeeted, bring
bottle and the money will be refunded.
ix Dottles for $5 00.
STRAYED
Sharpley'e
;<«. 516 Market t
Price $51.00 per bottle,
ou s
S » R A
_!of the eubucrlber,
oifOoueord Pike, three mile* from
. a LIGHT
high,
II
a
•' 1
Wilmington, tu
,- —. 1614 _
uoae, collar marked, tail abort and buahy. A suitable
reward will be paid for any information which will lead
to her recovery. SAMUEL CANDY, Jr.
A SHTON'S, MARSH ALL'S anri LIVER
POOL GROUND BALT at JOHN AlKIN », Fourth
and Market.
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