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ate that fagri ig BKOKKRN. A I'M. R. BANKERS& BROKERS N. E. for. Fnonh and Merkel. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE U. t>. FOURS FOR SALE. SILVER HOUOHT AND SOLD. Philadelphia, New fork and Bojton flock; mm Bold ou ooimnle»lon. Every loot! jejatlurded lor persona to ee.ll or Invest In stocks or bondi. teW-l Elliott. Johnson & Co., gave and York est had ages, iu who cate edge R.irvKEHN AND BROKERS, WILMINGTON, DEL. s < >oieminent riondB bought anil sold ' ' „t exchanged at current rates. Cash ready for ' lrst mortgagee. , , ,ii i 0( ;ai securities Ismatit aim sold. Philadelphia, New York ntuf Ren Francis-: 1 slocks amt bowls bougnt »n<l »oW at it carried on margin. r. some new ,'ea constantly -vwranhi'-quotations roo ar ,,l iurnmhed. Trade dollar* txiu&bt. UKOFERIU CBIPPEN'S TEAS, COFFEES, AND SPICES ARE THE HE-T. WeHtlil anil Hnarnnteed. Our New Season Teas, AO CENTS PER I'OIM*. il luil Havered. with little vet, rare was Are very rich OUK CELEBRATED breakfast coffee. •15CENTS PER ROUND. it,pint ami ornamental presents given to 1 ' purchasers ol Tea anil Colice, ut Crippen's Tea Stores, Ml. 3 W. THIRD STREET, -AND no . 5 E. SECOND STREET. Make aud ed and el tin. the :he to of inis Look tor Crtppcn's Name, take. _ bthongamd mild roasted coffee, •46 t'TS. I*ER UB -AND .JIAFAN AND OHFKN. MIXED TEA AT 111,At K, (0 Cta. per pound. I how good* are unexcelled In parity strength and Havor, by any In the atty at the jirtce* Tr 7 them and he convinced ol tn. eb great Western TeaO.. tiyi W. K. BOWMAN Maiiager. 15 E. SEUDXW STREET. of out WILMINUI'O^ DEIjAWAKK. Our assortment of the finer grades ol Tea a at Ooht anil perlMtly pure neppor, anu opines generally, ifi ono ot* the 6esb frtce. always right. si OAK AT Cost TO 0U8TOMEHS X OU VxxthA NEW Itut liWHEAT. Jjxx I at A n , , F T11Ii season, of 1\ ter is Wholesale ami Itetall, at extremely low prices, •ATEN I'PKOCESS FLOUR A'ery Choice Family Flohr, At very low prices. HFCKEK'S WII EATEN OK ITS 111 BREAKFAST JIC.MINY, NEW PILL PEAS, NEW BEANS, IX r OF NEW AN D FRESH illjlllia Jl'eT IN, i doin'. as to w pick Prieto lo at Hutto And lor ml call yo'.*: purcliases. w. X. C1IANOLEK. M A K IC E T S T K I: E T . . ^ 1 1 lotteries. eu . wi»i l \ DIP Ol*FORTUM ITY TO W IN A FORTUNE. ELEVENl'liGKANU ■ ii< r w I It! TluN CLASS 1., Al 1NI.W Ut LEANsf Tt'KKIiAV. NOVEMBEK lUh, 1879—114111 Monthly Drawing. Slate < OlllimilY* to er, Lottery l.oiiisinna iitod This institution was regularly tncori) by the Leirlshitiiro ol the Suto lor Education ' J? l ; , ';5rJI"^ lt aivTVe n ara 'to whl" Jmft™ ffiSl. Sftl. «■» 8 W*. 'J I.ledicetl, witli capital ol *l,°oo,uoo. to wlOcItJt h* ^'I'^LSiSTuMBEK 1?* dll take placo monthly on ITS irKAND KINIt BUTION w- . , „„ , -Mood Tuesday. /( never icales or p Lock ut tlio iollowlntt Distribution: CAPITAL PRIZE 100,000 TIUKKTb AT T WII DOL'KK BAt H. HALF-TICKETS ONE DOLI.AK. LIST OF FK1LES. the postpones. .$30,000 . 10,000 ,. 6,000 . 6.000 1 Capital Prize.. 1 Capital Prizo.. 1 Capital Prir.e.. 3 PrtzcH ol $2,60o 5 Prizes oi 1.000 •Jo Prize? ol liM) Prizes of **0 1 Prizes of 60) Prizes of 1000 Pri .10,000 .10,000 .10,000 .10,000 .10.000 rm'. to loo. iu. ol ■KlZii'. aPPHOXIMATION ii Approximation Prime ol :> Approximation Prizes ot * y Approximation Prizes ol . 'J.TUO 1,M00 900 luo .$110,400 ,/lng agents wanted a liberal eompenea mounting to 1857 Prizes, Responsible corrcspo at all' points, to wlioti ut will bo paid. Write, dearly .stating lull Hdnm ther inlormatton, or send orders ny •xpross oi ly iu ill addressed M. A. DAI'FIll.V F. o. ii»i oii'g. New Orleans, 1^ , person at Mo. :ill) Broadway, Mew York. 1'ho particular attention <>» Dio P" 1 ' 1 ''; lied to the fact that the entire number ol • I the Tickets tor each Monthly •old, and conseiiuentl.v all the prizes In eu drawing are m.ki ui d drawn and paid. Ih is not tii or st puny. • i tuer *.• carte with an Grand Extr;.. - 11-1011 ami management ol 1 - HE AI KEG Aim arid 10-18 11 .vli '•inder the GENfc'XAIftTO. IUBAL A. F.AkL'V It IME! LIME!! LIME ! ! UfcLEBUATED WUIBHTSVIMxK UMK' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. L JOHN W. GRIFFITH, YARD FOOT OF WEST ST. y-tttti REMOVALS. J OHN H. JUTOH1E. teAcher of music HASRKMOVBDTO NO. 106 EAST SIXTH, 8TEEK. Musicians furnished for Balls Po ties* "°* 17-tl to Wbat Children are Wearing. For tbe Republican. Philadelphia, October 20, '79. Mr. Wanainakcr, who is so consider ate of family needs and domestic re quirements, does not seem to think that the Grand Depot would be at all attractive without niches, corners, gal leries and departments were devoted to children, and really one of the most fagri anting features of the Grand Depot ig the children's department. SPECIAL EXHIBITION. The outfitting room on opening dny evidence of the thoughtful care gave and artistic taste of the gentleuiau in charge, wlio has gleaned from New York and European markets the choic est models of garments, and also has had designed and created in the niauu facturing rooms of the establishment most charming aud useful cos tumes for young people of all sexes aud ages, from those intended for the infant ly born to the almost full-sized gar ments lor the miss of sixteen. In infants' wardrobes there decided changes ; comfort is the first consideration, meuts beauty combined with utility. Dong and short tloaks for iutauts are iu cashmeres and other soft fabrics, richly embroidered or decorated fringe, lace or swans' down ; for those who prefer colors,* are cloaks in deli cate shades, with appropriate trim The newest caps are those embroidery on muslin in llowers, leaves and vines iu white,each liguie being surrounded by a good edge or line of change stitching. some new e no the ouside gar and i ith limits, with Frond STYLISH COSTUMES. For young people there are heautiful little garments of lace, muslin, silk, satin, brocade, damasse, cloth anil vel vet, with rich decorations of the fab rics,Intermingled with ribbons to match, rare laces and ornamental buttons of every description. A white organdie costume for a miss was most artistically designed, and com posed of alternate puffs, rows of em broidery, laces, insertings and plait itli garlands of delicate Rowers mgs, w aud tiny sprays. Novelties .in gauze dresses, made of puffs and rows of Bretonne lace, finish ed with gauze plaitings, edged with lice, and further decorated with bows and loops of brocaded ribbons, very lovely. A costume made after "Finita el was composed of silk, velvet and sa tin. A full panier of silk, bordered with satin, was caught up in front, the sides, anil draped in the hack, the loopings being hidden under loops of :he velvet. A graduated shirring of satin, trimmed to just below the elbow; collar and culls of velvet. were mod on : st frout, ami sleeves ied in styles and ill., costumes. Some very of velvet, but the -ml are those of fancy cloth, itbuut trim The wraps mat-rial as ■e v: eb iit iiiii'i are !>•>' US ied or plain, witli or g. That being most used is the braid, which is put ou ill various ways, ten and other figured being formed Some are entirely with tiyi roset of tli« braid, out any ornamentation except the but which Are very 1.anu»oire. L. tons iple !:lv< on UK c« red. X ErlllitnJ A divot oe case of more than ordiuary ,-as concluded in Philadelphia baturday by flic judicial separation About eight years ago interest OU of the parties. 1\ V. Brightly, a brilliant young law yerof tiiat oity,marri.d Kineiiue,daugh ter of Col. Win. ii. Man.., well known lawyer aud politician. The union is said to have been a most unhappy for all, though he was deeply in with iter. Site is said to have mar The as a one love ried him in a fit of girlish pique, parents of both parties were opposed to the match, anu at the wedding rc said to ha/e ception Colonel Maun is expressed his strong disapprobation to several guests, while Brightly's lather did uot attend the ceremony at all and never visited his sou afterward. The young couple at first went to house keeping, but afterward lived with Colo, uel Maun. During 1876 a number of eiitertain _ given at private houses aid of the Centennial Exhibition, and legaut than those giv At oue of met a wealthy young New Yorker named (iouveneur Kortwright, who became very iutimite w iththe family. Kortwright invited them at his Newport iu incuts ;ro none were morn eu at the Mann sidence. Brightly these Mr. to spend the summer villa, aud they remained there several weeks. Brightly's suspicions, howev er, became aroused by certain cir cumstances, and he brought his Wlte home. I. is alleged that a short time ago Brightly discovered that his wife was inciting Kortwright secretly through the medium of a friendly shopkeeper. Brightly at once said lie wanted noth ing more to do with his wife, and left her. She commenced proceedings in for divorce, aliening cruelty on the part of • husbamCaud Brightly made no An absolute divorce from him believed that her defense. was granted, and it 'H she will shortly marry Kortwright. confi The details of the remarkabl deuce game in I.eadvilie, by the opera tions of which certain parties were aide to get f-14,100 out of Mr. Clark, Presi dent of tlie First National Bank of Ra venna, Ohio, by selling him a lead brick for a gold one, show that it was shrewdly-conducted robbery. It is now said that Lewis carried tlie brick from Kansas City in his carpetbag, aud ingra tiated himselfinto Mr Clark's confidence 0Il the cars till the latter consented to buy for about half its value lias pre cious brick, from a confessed murderer, who alleged that he dare not oiler his brick in opeu market for lear ot arrest, but was eager to make any sacrifice in order to go home to see his dear moth er" before consumption claimed lam tor Mr. Clark does not see any .1 , it.-^ own. luu in it. Miari. Morton, daughter ^ ut stock dealer, near was found yesterday in ditiuu and horribly mutilated, near her Pome. She bad lain there twenty hours, having been indecently assault ed by a young man named Hanson De tore while she was returning trom church Sunday. Debore has been ar rested, identified by the young lady, and locked up. He cut her on the fore head aud throat, one stab nearly seve, jug her windpipe. Be returned to work as usual this morning, evidently believ a prorni Miuonk, III*, seuseletH oor lie Rayniore's Indelible Pencils for mark ing clothing, Ac, are for sale by J. IB Hartman, Drugg st, coiner of oth aud Poplar street. G«n. Hawley Inirodncetl by Mark Twain. Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens,) introduced Gen. Hawley, the speaker of the evening, at a Republican meet ing in Elmira, N. Y., Saturday night. He referred to him as "President of the Centennial Commission, a gallant sol dier in the war, Governor cf Connecti ut, a Congressman, a member of my church at Hartford, and," continued the humorist, "as author of 'Beautiful Snow,' he has added a new pang to winter. He is an American of Ameri cans—so broad, so bountiful in his character that he never turned a tramp empty-handed from his door, hut al ways gave him a letter of introduction to me. He is a square, true, honest man in politics, and 1 must say he oc cupies a mighty lonesome position." After the laughing was over Gen. Haw ley spoke for an hour and a-half issues of the campaign. the '•Alniont Precedent.*' Such in the characterization by the New York correnpondent of the Phila delphia "Ledger," iu referring to the extraordinary activity of last week, not only in the financial world, but in the merchandise markets, attended a3 it waa by a general advance iu values.— The most remarkable thing about all this, in the estimation of the writer, is tho absence, up to this time, of any "break" or reaction in anything worth speaking of. As regards staple commer cial commodities, like groceries, hide and leather, hardware, tobacco, iron and metals, etc., this indicates a de mand for consumption, aud export suf ficiently strong to show that the ad vance is a legitimate oue, and likely to he maintained as least for the present. As regards breadstulfs and provisions, says this writer, the speculative 'boom' is such as to prepare one for a violent reaction, which may not come for some days, however. Letter from Kent Inland. For tho Republican. Kknt Island, Md., Oct. 20th, '79. A revival work of unusual power is being conducted iu the M. K. chapel. Up to date 34 have professed conversion aud yet the interest wanes not though we have now entered upon the filth wenk. Last week about a score pro tsHo-d 'o have entered upon a new life. F >r two weeks little was done except to hold under check some roughs ol another persuasion; but since good order has been obtained,and the Lord has been a', work. No community has less of the rowdy element in it than this. Few belong to this persuasion; and, as the M. P. church has begun a series o! meetings, it is their ranks if possible, respect one has little for others. proposed to divide Without self B. Miusionnry .Meetlsiir. A In ton District meeting of the Wo man's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. H. Church will he held at 101S Arch street, Philadelphia, Oct. 23d, to which all ladies interested iu the evangeliza tion of heathen women are cordially in Morning BeBaion to commence 1, devotional exert hes; J. T. vited. at 10 o'clock: 2, report of borne work, Mrs. Keen ; 3, reports from auxiliaries ; 4, question drawer; 5, doxology. Afternoon session to commence at 2.30 1, devotional exercises; 2, work : China, o'clock : reports from foreign Mrs. Si. 1>. Darlington, Went Ch"Bt«r; India, Mrs. K. if. Stavoua, Wilmington; Japan, Mrs. S. (irnlib, Philadelphia; Mexico, Mrs. Vincent, Philadelphia; Africa, Mrs. .1. T. Keen, Philadelphia; love least; 4, doxoiogv. 3, missionary The HuiluiaiK K. vivul i«» New York. The total number of building permits issued in New York city for the past nine months is 1,576, and their estima ted cost is $17,772,062. The total for the same period in 1872 was 1,413, and their estimated cost was $22,855,820. The greater cost in 1872 is explained by the high prices of labor and build ing materials at that time, whereas now' they are comparatively aiul really low. During the five years from 1873 to 1878 ked aud per inclusive, there wae a sistent decline in iittildiug from which aigns of recovery began to appear last year, to be followed this year bv the notable activity the figures indicate for the past nine months. A Ntsw Ituilrnud l« Uope May. , Oct. 2U.—The nues tiou of building another railroad to this popular resort is now being con sidered by prominent capitalists and railroad men. The idea is to run from Philadelphia ou the Camden and At lantic railroad as far as Winslow Junc tion, there connect with the New Jer Boutheru, aud from the nearest this road to Cape May build 1'llII.AllKM' sey point on the new road. The road will be from four to Bix miles shorter than the West Jersey, and a direct route opened from New York to Cape May. A meeting will probably lie held at the office of tlie Camden and Atlautic railroad some eek to take further action time this iu tiie matter. An Fitly Man's Rage. [From the Korest Nows.] A singular case is to be tried iu the Gilmer (Georgia) Superior Court next About a year ago a showman wet:k. was exhibiting a trained-monkey in that county. Among other tricks, the money had been taught to fire a pistol. The showman handed the animal a pistol aud told it to "shoot the ugliest man in the crowd." Borne mischievous boys had put shot into the pistol, and when the monkey picked out his man aud fired, the shot took elt'eot and elightly wounded the ugly man, who pulled out his knife, out the monkey's throat, aud whipped the showman.— The monkey died next day. The ugly man is indicted. D.ath ora CI.rKjn.au. Rev. Jos. Terras, pastor otthe Fourth colored Baptist ohuroh of Richmond, Va., which pulpit he has been tilling since the death of the former pastor, Rev. Scott Gwarthmey, died suddenly Sunday,while officiating ata funeral, lie had just announced a hymn over ibe remains of a deceased sister aDd stepped hack to a seat to await its con clusion, when he was seized with heart disease and died in a few min The coroner decided that an in quest was unnecessary. Added To. The Delaware Fire Marine Insuranoe Company have added another large and oommodious room 30 feet iu length 4o the rear of their present handsome headquarters. They say they are mak ing room for their increased business. on utes. IB COAL, WOOD AND LIME. Geo. W. Bush & Son., FRENCH STREET WHARF, (fall special attention to their hard, pure, H SHENANDOAH COAL Prepared for Family use. Also to their BKOOK8IDE LYKENft TALLEY, SUPERIOR T( i ALL COAL FOR SUM MER USE. And COAL! COAL ! LEHIGH AND K0HIN00R COAL! to with KcnI Family Foal, Carefully ••re pared especially for our retail Mai CM. Promptly delivered in cellar. 1 * at lowestmar* Uct price. Charles Warner & Co., MARKET STREET WHARF. QOALi ««>.\I.! COAL! choice; family goal. STANTON,THOMAS LF.IIIGII AN» WILLIAM PLAN. the finest family eoals, YARD FOOT OF WEST STREET. U-11 If Those JOHN W. GRIFFITH. DRY UOOB.S S. H. ST A ATS. No. 405 Market street, Ha? opened this day, anu is receiving al most daily NEW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS IN FANCY HOSIERY 10 LADIES AUD HISSES. We nre also opening a Large and We'I Fa lccted Stock o! MERINO UNDERWEAR For Louies (Jems anil Misses. OIL CLOTHING -AND— RUBBER CLOTHING, Kl BltF.lt DOOR HANDS, KUBHFIl CHECK REINS, It II Hit EH HORSE COVERS, IL ED HORSE COVERS. IlEliliER t EM ENT, KUBBEK SHEETING, Ac, —AT— .1 GEORGE W. STONE, M AXD 11 E. W ATER ST . wilmInutwn. del. JAMES UKADFOKD, MAHCXAimjaan ok PTJRE COLORS, WHITE L E/U». '/INCH PAINTS, POCO BROWN AND PI TTY'. BRADFORD'S READY MIXED COTTAGE COLORS OIES, VARNISH AND TURPENTINE, WINDOW GLASS, ETC., L TO., HJOSi. fi AMU * E. THIRD ftTEtttfr' WiL.iUNO'MiN - CL 1 LAG Ml BI LK. PROSPECT BEER. A PURL DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE DONAHOE & ROBINSON, K. W. FOR.SIXTH A ORANGE MTS., Wilmington, Del., Respectfully Inform the trade generally that they nish this Celebrated bee** in any quantity. equal In the market, and dealers everywhere pronounce it superior to all other brands. H-Z6 ly ind the public repared to fur* This beer has THE LARGEST GLASS OF BEER IX THE CITV -AT— FREYE'S SALOON. NO. 17 F,. NEEDSD ST. A FIRST. CLASS POOL TABLE. H-lk t! PAINTS. OILS, die. PROFESSION A I, CARDS. 771 0 I AKRY EMMONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NO. 702 MARKET ST., Wilmington, Del. H junl-ly EETH FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. Beautiful Teeth at $3, $5, $8 and nor set. Teeth extracted without pain<305ro by the use of gas. Over thirty year.-) exper ience. DR. GALLAGHER, No. 835 Market street. T OWELL JONE'Z, H ELI H.UHAN1JLEK, JUNES A CHANDLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TOPEKA, KANSAS. 9-24-tf ICE. ICE! ICE! REDUCTION IN PRICE. SEASON OF 1879 5 pound, daily, 20e per week. H " »®« " 35C 12 40c 16 45c SIO 50c 35 80 to 100 pounds at 96 cents per hundred 100 pounds and over, at 90 cents por hundred. Special rates to large consumers. Our lee ts the purest In the city, tho water being sup plied from tho city basin. Your order Is ro speotlully solicited. Wilmington Ice and coal Co. (Successors te) J. B. OONROW A SON. ofllee. No. a E. Neeoud Street, Depot, Third Street Bridge. lee for sale at both plaeee. MERCHANT TAILORING. FALL AND WINTER 1870-80. H b REPORT PROGRESS I V THE ART OF FINE TAILORING And have just laid In good selections of the LEADING STYLES. SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE BEST CUSTOM TRADE ALSO THE LATEST NOVELTIES IIS Itl KI1VEMS sriTLVOK AM» TKIMMIMGN, AT i'JiH'ES FiiO.il M5.00 850.00 ' PER SI'IT. That our customers altera TRIAL OF SEVEN YEARS with 6< to repeat their orders is a mutt, greatly encourages with the fact that wo have been continually Improving in tbe art, is the best recommen dation wo can oiler tho public. WITH RESPECTS, >t them,conti that very connection and thi Ferd Carson, The Taiio. 1 233 MARKET STREET. 9-13 tuee: FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING -AT Philadelphia Prices f I have now a FI LL LINE OF SAMPLES, from which my |>u trouM and frlendM can Nclect either from Custom or Ready made Garment*. Order* taken and filled promptly. Fit and KatiMfnctlon Guaranteed. L.T. WOODROW, -AGENT FOR fTAtMMAKLR & EIKOWN, OAK If A LL, Six III and Markets*. WILMINGTON* 321 E. FOURTH STREET. FKOM 7, ALL EVENING. *•*231 m WM. H. QUINN, Merchant Tailor IM MARKET STREET. Al! the latest ftyieF ol Spring aivi Sum Cassimeres and ruinnirs kept on u*?r?rl. ami made rr t arood style. Clothes Made to Order as Cheap as eNlnhlisliJiteiii m< v* m r fill!a<i! Ifhhi. •g V 7-3: .1- A. SiYDERS, Me reliant Tailor. .NO. 2 WEST SIXTH STREET, NEW GOODS, CII -ICE SI EST PRICES. L 1,0 W MO t' VARIETY STORES. THE LARGEST. CHEAPEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OP DRY GOODS*, HOSIUiY, .\OTiO.\S, 1 >LNT 6 LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, «• OTf. SHOES AND M'BULKS, CROC AERY WAKE, GLASSWARE, and TINWARE. TABLE, STAIR AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. •;taiu, entry, hemp and ING 11 A IN CARPETS AT VERY LOW PRICES. Con e and examine our stock and you will save time and money. Wo are seilling as cheap as ttee cheapest. IDA.T18 BROTKIEB; 504 MARK Xr STREET FREUIHT LINES. FOR PHILADELPHIA! WARMER'S PHILADELPHIA AMD WILMINGTON PROPELLERS, Sail from Market Street Wharf, Wilmington, daily, at 0 P. INT. From First Wharf below Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, daily, at 6 o'clock, P. M. Express arrangement? in both cities, by which prompt delivery of merchandise is In sured. Charles Warner & Co., Market St. Wharf, Wtlinfnfftou, Delaware. FOR NEW YORK! Electric Line Steamers. From King Street Wharf Wilmington, on TUESDAYS, THURSDA YS AND SATUR DAYS at 2 o'clock, P. M. And from Pior 16, East River Nom York, MONDAY.', WEDNESDAYS, AND FRI DAYS, at 4 ociock,P. M. WFr' lght forwarded promptly and at thee ptt-ly i: ANDREWS, Agent. lowest rates. ITNDEKTAK HRS. glMO.NGUTHBlE. UenernI Furnishing Unilcrfalicr, NO. 3Z1 K. SEVENI'H STREET, Wilmington Jill. Terms.— zu per cent, lo-s than usuul prices. •JrW HUAI AS MITCHELL, T FFRMIMHIMG UNDERTAKER, NO. 4 12 KING STREET, Wilmington, Del. "~OHN It. MARTIN, FURNISIII.N'D undertaker, no. 221 SHIPLEY STREET. Furniture neatly repaired. TOBACCO AND CIGARS._ TTO A BUTZ, Mauulac'.tirerf ol all kinds of NHL.AH* ! NEGAR8! 8EGARN1 NO. ■! WEST FRONT STREET, Wilmington, Del. J 1-13 3m O JOHN BUTZ 17-1 john ono FACTS v, CLAIMS. It is amusing to observe the var clothiers as grounds for seeking business fully tortured iu the production of "claim- " for the various claimant.'. One is the bent, another the biggest, or the meet progressive, and so on, until all appropriate adjectives are consumed. is pretexts put forward by 11 umen ingenuity is fear • tbf oldcKt, or the moat stylish, Oak Hall, however, does not regard the public as a great Court of Claims, to be continually pestered by aigumeuts for its case. Calm ly presenting, ou ali proper occasions, it-hr f of gelf-i waits for thesure 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" good ! Oak Hall products will equal them. Does another claim the largest Imsiuef r Oak Hail 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 goads. ddent facts, it Does another claim to be progressive? Oak Hall spends the largest sum for advertising, steam machinery—for everything that em bodies progress. Does another claim to sell the cheapest goods ? Oak Kali chal lenges comparison for low prices with tbe whole clothing trade of the country. Does another claim the largest stock ? Where is there another stock equal to that of Oak Hall ? In inaginitude, progress, superiority, style, enduomy, Oak Hall excels all comparison. Thes are not claims—they are facts. rn o til A ! OAK HALL, SIXTH AND MARKET STS PR 11, A DELPHI \. THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUNE IN AMERICA. ®"Viflitors, ah well as buyers, very welcome at all time . HEALD & •* BANKERS AND BROKERS. BANKING REAL ESTA E I INSURANCE DEFAli T n 5-; N T Investment Seenrilie*. STOCKS, JiONDS. MORTGAGES AM) LOANS. Iniorest, Coupon on«l Gene ral Collections. United States ('it pp State lk NOTE BROKERS. D E V i.ii'i !W « N T D E P A K T Itl E N T TIortg;a^vN N»ko( luted.(Fire, !»I nwh V A KM 'iin 1 nml Life E ns it ranee. rnt the h:n ia fjke SAND | H Hr | LA CA1SS ■M YUAHS' KXPKKlUNrEiTHE FAIliXtiKS'F1KBINS. at Public Suin'. IM.. of York, Pa. rtwlTHK WaT .OWN FIRE It LA I. FSTATi;. Count} is. itents collected '« I ei.iiv Man vl Vj V! J !•.N far:.:. 9@10 per' 1st Mortgage ' m | I lie i. A ( •' FIANCE FI It E (», ol Paris. MortfiaffO»|Tho NEW ENGLAND MT'L LIFE, of oston, Maes. (iuaran-, ct. teed. Europena Ticket* and I■»t<■ Draft *. •Kl Collected. «e-NyNtenintir Froniplnies himI Tlioronglmise in nil Dopaitmciite. Telepliimic Ceaniaulrationa With nil S fllotis of the City. WILJHNGTllX, DFX. CLAYTON 1IOLNF. BUILDING, THE LADIES! t® BEST HAVE 4 T RADE SIX YOU I MARK lV CORD? TRIED Ml it 1 Sold by all dcalfiNin IMy (ifloifN anil For Hfatufl anil Hachlno use. Not Kills, aud 1Vliole*ale and Retail l»j ADAMS & BRO., GREAT VARIETY ORE so 504 MARKET STKKKT. VII.MIXfil'M, DEL. ;-is ir ORDERS BV MAIL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO BUYERS OF u We are now Prepared tofflvcln these Good* the Larj;e*I, Assort men nn<l XotwitlislandiiiB; the Advance, to sell them at L« We Kespectfnlly Invite anyone ti ier Prlees than want of Carpets, Oil We have Good* Heretofore. Cloth, or Window Mimic, lo Examine those we offer. Ilio city, a. well those of larger mean*. to Mult the poorest man G. WORRELL * T K M P L E . MASONIO "f J J. & J. N f s l. I 410 KIMi STREET, WILMINGTON- DEL. N O. FURN 1 TURE The largest and jflnertt assortment of Keody-made Furniture to be found in WilmingtOil^Olk the State of Delaware, can be socn at 410 King Street. Furniture at aim • t any prioe kept onhand^RepalrlnjMwmpGiMi^ MILLER BROTHERS PAINTS ! BENT AND CHEAPEST IN THE CITY FOR SALE ONLY AT NO. 109 KING STREET, ALS'I ASBESTOS ROOFING. STEAM PACKING, BOILER COVERINGS, VARNISHES, Ac. PILBEAM & MOB.TLOCK.