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D.DWDIsmog AGO. R. BANKERS & BROKERS D. E. Car. fainll sad Market. WILMINGTON, 1IELAW AJf E U. S. FOURS KOU SALE. Fox Kale.— United .States « par cant, loan, Wilmington City 4K her eent. loan. SILVER BOUGHT AND BOLD. Philadelphia, Naw Turk and Beaton atooki nought ana add on oommtaalon. Every laoll jaa afforded Tor period a to aall or Invest In ilocka or bonda. ian*jo-iv Elliott. Johnson & Co., hankers and brokers* WILMINGTON, dll. |t. S. Government Bonds bought and soli or exchanged at current rate*. Cash ready lor good first mortgager All local securities houirtit and sold. Philadelphia. New York and San Francisco stocks and bonds bougnt and soM ai d carried on margin. Telegraphic quotations recotved constantly and furnished. Trade dollars bought. OBOUEKIEM. CRIPPEN'S TEAS, COFFEES, AND SPICES ARE THE BEST. Weight and finality Guaranteed. Our New Season Teas, 50 CENTS PER Pm'ND, gle of Are very rich and lull flavored. OTIR CELEBRATED BREAKFAST COFFEE. 3SCENTS PER POUND. Useful and ornamental presents given to purchasers of Tea and Coflee, at Crippen's Tea Stores, NO. 3 W. THIRD STREET, —AND— XO. 5 E. SECOND STREET. Look for Crippen's Name. Make no mis take. STRONG AND MILD ROASTED COFFEE, 95 CTS. PER LB. —AND , GREEN, JAPAN AND NIXED TEA AT BLACK 60 Gts. per pound. These goods are unexcelled In purity, strength and flavor, by any In the city at the pnoe. Try them and be convinced of the fact Great Western TeaCu., the ed jet, the ed the the in the W. R. BOWMAN Manager. 15 E. SECOND STREET. WILMINGTON DELAWARE. Our assortment of the finer grades of Tee and end Coffee, end perfectly pure pepper, i spices generally, Is one of the best. Pr always right. SUGAR AT COST TO CUSTOMERS. ices 5 AND 7 E. SEVENTH ST. —GOTO G ANO'S TEA STORE FOR TEA BO TO OANO'N TEA STOKE, FOR COFFEE. GO TO CANO'S TEA STOKE, FOR N PICES* 5 AID 7 E. SEVENTH ST. 9 29 It XTRA NEW BUCKWHEAT* i IKST OF TH K SEASON, Wholesale and Retail, AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, CHOICE PATENT PROCESS FLOUR Very Choice Family Flour, E At very low prices. HECKER'S WHEATEN GRITS, BREAKFAST HOMINY, NEW PILL PEAS, NEW BEANS, LOT OF NEW AND FRESH GOODS JUST IN, And for sale at Bottom Root Prices. Bo sure and call you will save money In your purchases. W. X. CHANDLER, sion ing and aud NO. All MARKET STREET. C l KOUERIEN. T FLOUR, CORN, AND OATS Sold at mill prlois. I will sell a bbl. ol choice family extra quality hour lor - 16.60 1 bbl. ol extra family Hour, - - 6 76 l ,< bbl. ol this quality, - L bbl. ol this quality, Vb hbl. ol this quality, - 16th ola bid. this quality. 1 will vuaranteo this Hour, and will ex cbanKo or rclund the money when not satis factory. Also pure wines and liquors for niodlealand culinary purpose*. PKTKK.l. FORD, Third and Adams. ou - 146 73 88 101-eod-tf. COAL, WOOD AND LIME. We out to our ing we at Geo. W. Bush & Son., FRENCH STREET WHARF, ('all special attention to their hard, pure, SHENANDOAH COAL Prepared for Family use. AIbo to their HROOKMIDE LYKENH TALLEY, SUPEKIOR TO ALL COAL FOR SUM MER USE. COAL! COAL ! LEHIGH AND K0HIN00R COAL! no gets Heel Family Coal, Carefully Pre pared eepeelally for our retail •ales. , P'cwptly dollvered In cellars at lowest mar bet price ton vor tlie that and this Charles Warner & Co ■i MARKET HTRKET WHARF. Q»A1 ICOALICOAL! CHOICE FAMILY COAL. •TAN TON, THOM All LEHIGH AND WILLIAM PENN. Those are the finest family eoals, str. YARD FOOT OF WEST STREET. Mltf JOHN W. GRIFFITH. * scenic Errnm a is Gorgeous Display or Artistic Mil. Ilnery. Although the Grand Depot is such an immense structure, covering as it doeB nearly three acres of land, its capaci ties do not by any means equal the in creasing demand for space, for even upon ordinary days the establishment is frequently filled with visitors and buyers, and when openings ocouroftwo favorite departments on one and the same day, it is with greatditliculty that the throng navigates from one portion of the building to the other, hence such stocks as attract most attention are opened upon different days, so that the facilities of waiting upon customers may be sufficient to save them the an noyance of waiting. MAOICAL EXHIBITION. The new room for exhibiting the vast assortments of hats and bonnets is iu the gallery on the Thirteenth street side of fhe Grand Depot, just above the department formerly used for this purpose. Togive a graphic description of the beauties of the display upou "opening" day requires more coloring than a pen anil ink sketch is capable of, to effectively portray the scene a painter's brush and all the tropical tints are needed. The visitor upon entering the rooms sees a rich picture, dazzling and changing as the lights and shades come and go. The hats and bonnets seem not things to be worn on womanly heads, but beautiful parts of a grand piece of mosaic. Would you like to imagine that you see the rare pictures i Very well, close your eyes and dream. E In WO.NDKRS OK MILI.IXKKY. You stand in a long room filled with tables and stands: upon them are doz ens and dozens of hats and bonnets, placed in the most effective light to show tlie peculiar beauty of each and every one. These bonnets are iu all manner of shapes, and sizes, large, small, round, square, peaked curled, indented, flat, curved, straight, smash ed, smooth, scooped, close and flared, all iu different materials and colorings, Bnch as felts, plashes, silks, satins, velvets aud damasses. These are trimmed with the rare fabrics, single or two-faced ribbons, plain, colored, wa tered, corded, changeable, revereible, brocaded, embossed or embroidered in vines, leaves, flowers aud figures, after natural models or Oriental designs, in Moorish tints and Persian colors, t. - gether with the positive Japanese aud Chinese clashes of coloring, brilliantly and clearly defined, without the shad inge and blendings which characterize the soft, exquisite tintH ol greater culti vation—all made more brilliant by the cords and threads of gold and silver which mingle with fabrics and ribbons, and flash aud gleam as the light rests upou them, adding a brightness to the general elf id, anil merges into the gle m of ibe iridescent, amber, jet and variously-colored beads that flash and change here, like the shifting pendant of a chandelier in the blaze of an elec trio light. he of At to are the to day not der ter TROPICAL ATTRACTIONS. Intermingling with other charms are fair southland flowers, in rich aud deli cate shades, as perfect as tin* natural blossom after which they d&iuty laces, as delicate as the spider's web; gorgeous tropical birds, su( h as the illuminated aud changeable nectar loving humming birds, brilliant-hued paroquets, pheasants and other tropical colored birds, together with wings, breasts, heads aud feathers ot home fowls, ducks, cocks, wrens and black birds; surmonuted by long ostrich plumes, clusters of variously colored tips, secured by, or half hiding, gem med butterflies,Brazilian beetles,jewel ed serpents, and a thousand insects iu jet, beads, bronze, silver and gold. SPECIMEN HATS AND BONNETS. A novelty is a hat in long haired felt, ^ry large, within side lining ol shirred velvet antique, and outside trimmings of long plumes going around the crown and down the back. Ribbon loops in front secured by an immense golden butterfly. A rare bonnet in white satin combin ed with plush had a coronet made of bright-hued aud changeable bumming birds with out-spread wings, eleven of the dainty birds being used iu forming the garland. Bronze brown satin composes the crown of one quaint hat, and this is embroidered iu amber aud other beads in Arabesque designs. A wreath of autumn leaves, also beaded, trimmed the front and ribbons with beaded ends finished the handsome bonnet. made; No. was ther, To and melt ry self L. Our Ice Cream Treat. Yesterday about 10 o'clock a tele gram reached us from J. K. Burke, Ridley l'ark, Delaware county, Pa., with the following: "Can of ice cream arrival two-fifty depot. Compli ments J. K. Burke." Our comprehen sion sometimes dull took in the mean ing of this at once, and at the time ap pointed we were on hand with what is called iu printing oliices, the "devil,'' and a wheelbarrow. Arriving at the depot, we found the promised can of cream, and iu a wonderful short space of time it was whirled up to the editorial aud composition room of the Republican offioe, where we soon had the whole ou the Republican in omits in says its hut series Penn ing !) Aid ou force employed around us with spoon aud dish in hand. We commenced aud we dished out, aud then dished again, and then we dished out a third time to those who had re markable expauBive powers until the whole of the two dozen and odd em ployees of the Republican were served to their satisfaction. We cau find uo bettor word than "delicious," to give our ides of the cream, and in this all agreed without a dissenting voice. The whole Republican force unite iu thank ing Mr. Burke for his kind compliment which meant more than mere senti ment. We intend to praotice a little more on croquet so that the next time we visit Ridley l'ark aud play a game with Miss Lillie, we will not be com pelled to come home with our colors trailing iu Uih dunt, ami be nuiggered at bv our Wilmiugtou friends who have idea how bad a fellow feels when he ing says dance sion" man Rev. Rev for began no gets beat. Gold For Ihc WKiowa. General Butler in bis speech in Bos ton last Wednesday evening said: "I haven't heard of anybody in whose fa vor specie payment has boon resumed, except that I saw in the "Traveller" tlie other day that tho employes ofthe Custom House had been paid in, gold late'v. Oh, God! and when will it come that the widows, the orphans, the lame and the disabled soldiers who fought this war will he paid in gold?" mitted a own tion the rate, ly the lem Papoma and Blair's Wheat Food for infants and invalids, sold by J. R. Druggist, 6th and Poplar Hartman, str. cts. * Arrival* at the Zoo. The Zoological Gardena in Philadel phia, received a few daya ago an orang outang, a male eland, two black wolves, 18 boa constructors, one saddle-billed stork, one Cinereus eagle, a lot of birds and monkeys and a female tapir. The boa constructors ranged in size from seren to twelve feet, and with the six large ones already in the Garden makes, it is said, the largest and finest collection in the country. Unfortu nately, the enclosnre in which they are confined, about 9 by 4, and ten feet high, is not large enough, and as some of them are 10 and 12 feet in length, they are pretty well crowded. Their food consists of rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, &c. These are placed in the cage alive, when, if the snakes are feeding, they will be seized at once killed by constriction, and swallowed whole. It is calculated by the keeper, Mr. Sheppard, that it will require 27,000 rats a year to feed them. At present some of them are shed ding their skins. This occurs five or six times a year. The orangoutang is a rare specimen, between three and four years old. Sae is the first orang outang ever owned by the society and is valued ou account of the scarcity of fhe species as they are rapidly becom ing extinct. Mr. Rolling, the keeper, who also had charge of the cliampan zees„ lias already commenced to train her. She will drink from a cup, eat with a Bpoon, eat mutton chops, rice, bread and butter, chicken, etc., and drinks with evident relish the milk and wine offered her. She is about the size of the champanzees, but has much longer arms and a different shaped head, and is very slow in her motions. Provided she lives she will attain a highth of about four feet. Mil. an doeB in and the that are the iu a to or in - Weather all over the World. "Old I'rob." is going to make another advance. As the result of his recent visit to Europe he hopes to be able to make many important changes in the weather service. Among other things he expects to present every reader of American newspapers, at the break fast table, with a report of the condi tion of the weather all over the world. At present the signal service is only able to issue these "world-weather charts,'' monthly. These charts repre sent the condition of the atmosphere am! direotioa of storms and all the va ried infnrnia'ion so valuable to com merce. General Meyer hopes to issue these charts hereafter daily, aud they will, of course, prove to be invaluable to commerce. The nations of the world are all interested in this subject, and the naval officers of the different coun tries have been instructed to make aenrate observations whatever they may be. The Bloody ii roil nd. A special despatch from Grayson, Ky., tells the following story: "Jesse Underwood was shot iu thedeor of his father's house, known as Fort Under wood, yesterday morning. The Hol brook party surrounded the house, threatening to kill anybody who would dare to bury Jesse's body or rescue George, who is badly wounded, and, with the wemen and children, all that remains of the unfortunate Underwood family inside of the house. George to day sent word to the County Judge, praying for help aud protection. The Governor has been appealed to, but has not responded. This is the fifth min der within the last three weeks in Car ter County, four of the murdered nieu Underwoods, and one a member of the Holbrook tribe, and nothing has been done by any officer, from the Governor down to the County Magistrates to check this fearful bloodshed. A Young Ctrl'* Suicide. Miss Mary Kagan, 1!> years old, com mitted suicide ou Monday morning at No. 04^ Hudson street, New York. She was an orphan, and after her mother's death, a few years ago, she supported herself by sewing. Her uncle, Luke Kagan, of Brooklyn, had some money which had been left to her by her mo ther, but he refused to let her have it. To get her money she began a law suit, and the case dragged i without any prospect of a speedy ter mination. Her little hoard began to melt away rapidly, and she became ve ry melancholy. Ou Mouday morning whila «%lone in her room she shot her self through the right temple with a small pistol which she #had secretly purchased. She died almost immedi ately. A bank book which she left showed that she had money enough re maining to pay her funeral expenses. the courts The Peuii Loan. Mebsiis. Eiuroas:—Mr. Geo. C. Maris in commenting upon your notice of the maturity of tlie l'eun Loan Association, omits mentioning some important facts, connected with the closing of the loan in contrast with the 1'enn Loan. He says tlie Citizen's Loan is about closing its full series, iu !l years and 2 months, hut neglects to state that tlie Auditors, Messrs p lieu Hawthrop and Wm. W. Stapler, attest that the loan is still in debted to the stockholders of the 1st series t)74,U00.P0 and it will probably require six or seven years to pay that amount aud make a real close. The Penn Loan made a bona fide close pay ing every dollar due its stockholders in !) years, !l months and 2 weeks. The Aid Loan is 12 years old, and owes the stockholders of 1st series, $54,400.1*0 according to the report of the Auditors. Respectfully, E. K. Cbawporp. Preet. Penn Loan. to 6-4 6-4 4-4 6-8 3 4 Father McGnlre'a Snccea* at Phila delphla. l''ather|MoGuire,is condncting|a meet ing in Philadelphia, and the "Ledger" says the following of him: The atten dance haB been so great at the "Mis sion" that is now being held at the Ro man Catholic church of St. Kdward the Confessor, Eighth aud York streets, Rev. Peter F. Sullivan, pastor, that Rev . Father McGuire, S. J., who has oharge of the mission, haB found it ne cessary to hove certain days set aside for the sexes. The mission for the men began last evening. rect oases goods Will Not be Impreaaed. When we contemplate the attempt to purchase electors for money, now ad mitted bevond all question to have been attempted in Mr. Tilden's interest by a long serieB of despatches traced to his own house, and not one essential por tion of which has ever been denied, the voters of Massachusetts, at any rate, will not lie likely to be profound ly impressed with any effort to revive the fraud yell at this late day.— "Sa lem (Maes.) Gazette.'' W. The from six are feet or is of a DRY BOO DM. CARPET DEPARTMENT. W.M. KENNARD & CO'S., PRICE LIST BEST 5-FRA3IE BODY BRUSSELS -AT— Less than Phila. Prices. to Koxbury Tapestry. Tapestry Brussels. Lowell Extra Super Ingrains_ 90c Bromley Extra Super Ingrains.. 90c Glou Echo Extra Super Ingrains 90c Best Extra Super Ingrains (in last spring styles) We could not sell these goods at 90 cents if they had not been purchased previous to the advance, as we have received advices from the manufacture notifying us of cents per yard, "and that no order would be taken for future delivery ex cept at value." All-wool Extra Supers... All-wool Super Ingrains All-wool tilling with cotton chain 6Cc All-wool filling with cotton chain 66c Wool and Cotton mixed W'ool and Cotton mixed Wool and Cotton mixed Wool and Cotton mixed Wool and Cotton mixed Rag Carpet (our own make). 40c Rag Carpet (our own make) Rag Carpet (our own make) Rag Carpet (our own make) Hemp Carpet. Hemp Carpet. 4-4 Damask Entry. 4- 4 Damask Entry. 7-8 Damask Entry. 7-8 Damask Entry.. 3-4 Stair. 3-4 Stair. 3- 4 Stair. 5- 8 Stair. 0- 8 htair. 4- 4 Venitian Entry. 4- 4 Venitian Entry,,... 8 4 Stair. 3-4 Stair. 6- 8 Stair. 5*8 Stair. 5- 8 Stair. 1- 2 Stair. 3-4 Body and 9-inch Border in pro portion where it requires Carpet wider than 4-4. * 1.10 1.00 85c advance of 6 76c 75c 45c 40c 37%c 36c 31C 46c 50c 6fc 20c 17c 90c 1,00 8CC eoc 62%c 60o 60C 50c 45c . 37Kc . 37%C 31c 30c 260 OIL CLOTHS. 100 the Linoleum for Floor Cloths —IN— EVERY STYLE MANUFAU 1URED. CAs Sheet Oil Cloth* from h-4 to 1C-4, from 75c to $1.26 per square yard. 8-4 Oil Cloth, 76, 85c., $1.CU, $1.26 and $1.50 running yard. 6-4 Oil Cloth, 46, 60, 66, 62^. 75c. and $1.C0* 6-4 011 Cloth, 40, 60, 62^, 75, and 80c. 4-4 011 Cloth, 35, 37%, 40, 46, 60, 65 and 62c* Stair OU ('loth same weight 6-8 wide, 20 and 25c. 3- 4 wide, 31 and 37%e. Stair Oil Cloth on Muslin, 12% and 16c. Stair Linen, 12%, 20, 26, 30, 37% and 40c. 4- 6 Cocoa Matting, 60, 75, 85c. and $1.00. v D NO. floor. 1 H H The above prices will bo lound to be cor rect as our stock Is now marked and in many oases it will be lound lower than the same goods can bo bought in this or adjoining cities. T VERY RESPECTFULLY, to W. M. KENNARD & CO., No. 621 Market Street, S locks ters. * WILMINGTON, DEL. || «ES1»' rvIXlIHUICI GOODS. FALL OPENING! I return thank* to my friends and T The Public Generally, For the patronage they have favored^ me with, and again f oliclt all to come and EXAMINE MY STOCK -OF— FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR, Which I am ofleririg AS LOW AS THE LOWEST, having bought before the advance of prices, which enables me to oiler ray stock at last year'B prices. A FULL LINE OF GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTION. W. H. SINCOCK, No. 307 Market Street, WILMINGTON, DEL B-l Cm eml LAGER BEER. PROSPECT BEER. A PURE DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE DONAHOE & ROBINSON, B. W. COR. SIXTH A ORANGE RTS., Wilmington, Del., Respectfully inform the trade and the public generally that they are now prepared to fur nish this Celebrated beer In any quantity. This beer has no equal In the market, and dealers everywhere pronounce It sup to all other brands. 8-26 erior ly THE LARGEST GLASS OF BEER IX THE CITY -at FREYE'S SALOON. NO. 17 E. SECOND ST. A FIRST C LASS POOL TABLE. PAINTS, OILS, Ac. 8-12 tl OIL CLOTHING —AND— RUBBER CLOTHING » KI BBF.lt DOOR BANDS, RUBBER CHECK REINS, RUBBER HORSE COVERS, IL F.D HORSE COVERS, RUBBER CEMENT, RUBBER SHEETING, Ac, -AT GEORGE W. STONE, » AND 11 E. WATER ST., WILMINGTON. DEL. JAMES BRADFORD, MANUVAOYURKR OU PUKE COLORS, WHITE LEAD. ZINCS PAINTS. POCO BKO W N AND PU1TY. BRADFORD'S READY MIXED COTl iGE OOLOKS DIES. VARNISH AND ! r 'RPENTINE, WINDOW GLASS, ETC., ETC., NO«. 6 AND 8 E. THIRD STREET WILMIN*;"'ON, DEL ICE. ICE! ICE! REDUCTION IN PRICE. SEASONOF1879 O bounds dally, 20c per week. 8 " 2ft© " as© 12 10 © 16 4ftc 20 ftO© 2ft 30 to 100 (Founds at 25 cents per hundred 100 pounds and over, at 20 cents per hundred. Special rates to large consumers. Our Ice Is the purest in the city, the water being sup plied from the city basin. Y'.ur order Is re spectfully solicited. Wilmington Ice and uoal Co. (.Successors to) J. B. OONUOW tL SON. Ollier, No. a E. amend hirer! Depot, Third Street Bridge. Ice tor sale at both places. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w D?, E.C. WELCH ^ |)Ent i sT J-'V 602 MARKET st * CAs 4 n* WILMINCTON. « • IE BEST TEEtH INSERTED AT* o'- C^j C 'L \ T v . S' $ Rt We and to IE RATfeS- V R. BAYARD T. SMITH Can be consulted nt D NO. Iil7 ORANGE STREET, 8 to 10 o'clock, A. M., and from 6 to 8 8-27 tl 1 o'clock, P. M. ARRY EMMONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NO. 702 MARKET ST., Wilmington, Del. H ianl-ly DWELL JONES H ELI H. CHANDLER, JONES A CHANDLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TOPEKA, KANSAS. J. 9-24-tf T INK! LINE!! LINE! ! CELEBRATED WRUiHTfiTILLE LIME, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. JOHN W. GRIFFITH, YARD FOOT OF WEST ST. vn tr BREECH AND MUZZLE The the on Loading Guns, All Stylos, Makes and Prices. Prices sent to any point on application. JAMES A BROTHER. 304 MARKET STREET. S ewing machines repaired and EXCH ANUED. Alto guns, plttols and locks lor sole. Hell hanging, tools, bolt flut ters. ratchets, wrenches, drilling machines, engines and boilers. JNO. G. HIRZEL. * e-i S tt Z06 E. Second street HEALD & CO •) BANKERS AND BROKERS. BANKING ""ssss' BONDs^ ,e ** Mor **»* t * -in-." T MORTGAGES Ann LOANS. F Kepresont the ral o"ffiimi 0 8T n " D ' 1 ' iene ' BEAI, ESTATE LA CA1SSE GEN'L FIRE T '" l ' ed a„^SUUeBon,l» < . :OUn,J 25 HEAPS' EXPEKIENOe|thE F ARM FW FI HEINS. NOTE BROKI RN Publlc ba1ef - OO.. cl York, Fa. Rents collected and propertleslTHE WATERTOWN FIKE WESTERN FARM. »@10 per Carefully Manured. ol Watertown N ' ■ cu ^lat Mortgages Guaran- Gonveyancln^ with legal su-j The la CONFIANcVfikE European Tickets and Interest on Mortgages; The NEW Ek'gland MT'L Drafts. Collected. 1 LIFE, of foston, Mass. me and Life Iii entrance. Promptness, and Thoroughness In all Departments. Telephonic < ommnnications With all Neellons of tho ( fly. CLAY TO.\ HOUSE BUILDING. WILMINGTON, DEL. FACTS CLAIMS. VS. It is amusing to observe the various pretexts put forward by clothiers as grounds for seeking business. Human ingenuity is fear fully tortured in the production of "claims " for the various claimants. One is the best, another the biggest, or the oldest, or the most stylish, or the mist progressive, and so on, until all appropriate adjectives are consumed. Oak Hail, however, does not regard the public as a great Court case. Calm of Claims, to be continually pestered by arguments for its ly presenting, on all proper occasions, its brief of self-evident facte, it waits for the sure return of a popular verdict. These facts embrace not the single merits claimed by others, but actually combines them all. Does another produce the " best " goods ? Oak Hall product* will equal them. Does another claim the latest business f Oak Hall does by far the largest retail clothing business in America. Does another claim superiority of style ? Oak Hall spends more|money for style than any other house, and shows the result in its goods. Does another claim to be progressive? Oak Hall spends the largest sum for advertising, steam machinery—for everything that bodies progress. Does another claim to sell the cheapest goods ? Oak Hall chal lenges ccuipaiisou foi low prices with the whole clothing trade of the couotry. em Dec* another claim the largest stock? Where JIh there another stuck equal to that of Oak Hall ? In magin tude, progress, superiority, style, enonomy, Oak Hall excels all comparison. Tli nol claims—they are facts. ■>*(• OAK HALL, SIXTH AND MARKET STS PHILADELPHIA. THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE 1JV AMERICA. tg'Visitors, as well as buyers, very welcome at all times. TO THE LADIES! m HAVE BEST r i TRADE YOU SIX I MARK TRIED jV cord;? Muii For Hand and Machine uh©. Sold by all dcalerN in llry Goodn aud Notions, and Wholeaalo aud Retail l»y ADAMS & BR0., GREAT VARIETY STORE, NO. 504 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON. DEL. B IS tl ORDERS BY MAIL HATE PROMPT ATTENTION. TO BUYERS OF i! We are now Prepared to give ill these Goods Uic I.argeat Assortment, and Notwithstanding the Advance, to sell them at Lower Prices than Heretofore. We Respectfully Invite any one In want of Carpets, OH Cloths or Window Shades, to Examine those we oirer. We have Goods to Unit the poorest man In the city, as well as those of larger means. G. WOR RELL, MASONIC TEMPLE. J. & J. N. HARMAN, NO. 410 KING STREET, WILMINGTON- DEL FURNITURE The largest and (finest assortment of Ready-made Furu ture to be lound in w liming ton'on the State of Delaware, can be seen at 410 King Street 1 urntture at alma? t any price kept on hand. Repairing promptly attended tn. MILLER BROTHERS PAINTS ! RENT AND CHEAPEST IN THECITY, FOR HALE ONLY AT NO. 109 KING STREET, ALSO ASBESTOS RO0F1NO^STEAM^ PACKING, BOILER COVERINGS, PILBEAM & MORTLOCK.