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sxnmtcA ^ suite cuwc. Knaiaitarod oily sods* too okovo Trsdo gaifc.sytoo europea n Salicylic Medicine Co. or pamim AMB Lurue. Belltl warranted. P* m "*** a ai. M aveluslwaiv (ISAli tiff ■■mediate which axlite In toe llicodol KbeumaUc and Gouty » . ?Ve hoiee for $6 Hsnt to any address on soldby all druggist*. Address WASHBURME fc CO., D-.y "° N. B. DANFORTH s-4-lrdfcw ee- For Sal. by Z. JAMBS B ELT. DtuggHta. FECiric naoiviir, UKAT'H rRADE Remedy . 3 An unlall fffflng oar* lor J seminal jpita Weakness A \|«r spermator 1 - /ALd^to nea, I"P®: 19 S After Taking. w * recceC * ol relf-ADure: Los* d memory "nuiSlLaraitude, Vti* ' n "" bam of vieton Premature Old Age, mo many other Dlreaaas that tj^to Insanity oi Consumption and a Premature £J**T*j whioi A9"Full pnrtlceUtr* In onr pamphlet, whlel l ■* Hmir* tn Bond tree to every one. The Bpe dfle Medicine 1> *old by all drufflttti at II i»er DMkoae, or *1* peexagm lor I*, or wlu be ieirifree^ly mall on receipt ol to* money by *lJaS«BAT Mechanics' v D ?^WnraT'whol* In Wilmington byZ. JAM® Bjn.'L wools Lis m«Mi KetaU Drngglet, Cor. fth and mer* Set Streets. AndSnDnigKKts everywhere. mhlOtt PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL, j The Safest and Beat Illuminating IS STRICTLY PURE, BURNS ODORLESS, ' IS PERFECTLY SAFE. gEftVIB® NO CHANGE OF I-AMPS. gp-WILL NOT EXPLODE*"®* Sold In on* and Bv* gallon eans. and ten •u wire by Z. JAMES BELT. IDLES ALE AND RETAIL AGENT FOR WILMINGTON, iixth and Market Sts. rrnmOR._All perean. daslring Japura Drugs or CbemlM.1., or w *h their prescription* or private wcelpw rtfSlly compouirled ot pure mnUrlaU, ,ould g. to to. "ftttore o' qhubst , No. 817 Market .treat, t-10 M ____ Wllmlagton, Del. GROCERIES. THKEli REASONS WHlf i ou should get your T TI TTr EEEEE SSSSSS A S s AA K T A A S E T SSSSSS A A EKE T N AAAAA K T s A S A E T A SSSSSS EEEEE A OFFERS. ANDSPIO®. AND(Jpi0E8: ATCKIPPEN'S, T in.-We keep the lurgent itoek. 2»d — » e have the beet good,. 3rd.-We sell at lowest [irlce*. We hive the belt AND 26 CENT COFFEE AND 26 CENT COFFEE oenttea UENl'TEA Sold In toll or any other oity Uoffeesnnd have itreatly advanced In Pries, yet we to sell our g^ 8 at 0,<1 Prt 0 ® 8 M we Hd In a lanre itoek belore the rl«e. conie uently wo giro our cuBtomer* the beneni. OOK OUT F3R OUR NEW STOCK OF JAPANESE WARE. VASES AND J FANCY GOODS, rhich will be opened for the eerly Holiday trade in a few week*. eae able ORIPPEN'S TEA STORE, CIUPPEN'S TEA STOKE. ZXD 6 E. SECOND ST. 6 E. SECOND ST. W. THIRD ST., W. THIRD ST., zxn Look for Bed Front shd Orlppen'e name. strong ARD MILD OASTED COFFEE, 35 CTS. PER LB. —AND— I LACK, GREEN, JAPAN ARB MIXED TEA AT 10 OU. per pound. Three goodi nr* unexcelled In parity, irength and flavor, by any In to* elty at to* nea. Try them and beoonvlnoed ol the <aot reat Western Tea Co., W. B. BOWMAN Haaswer. 15 E. SECOND STREET. WILMINGTON DELAWARE. Our assortment of to* finer grades of Tea Id Cotta*, and perfectly pur* pepper, and toe* generally, Is on* of to* best. Prloes ways right : SUGAR AT COST TO CUSTOMERS. LOOK AT OUR '0M ROOK PRICES, —roe— CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, NLY 3T.76 PER BARREL, AND EVER* BARREL WARRANTED. Is hnve toe Best i new buckwheat meal, * he leund In this olty and at the loweat price. W. N. CHANDLER, MARKET 8T., Market ST., 611 MARKET 8T. 611 MARKET bT. IUEI LIHE11 LIME 1 ! CELEBRATED RIOHTSV1LLE lime, WHOLERAIjB AND RETAIL. OHH W. GRIFFITH, ARD FOOT OF WEST ST. 6-22 If Ti A. WEEK. |12 A DAY AT HOME •••llj mad*. Costly Outfit free. 7 HUE k UO., Augusta, Mains. IHONut 1RAPHY.—Ths swlitest and hist Short-hsnd writli' isusht hy WILLIAM J. HUME, Kreldtnet, 417 B Itt St. HUM Mr. Peroendo Wood, U tarioM an to bo bollorod, li preparing blowolf and hio W«jr» tad Van Committee for • defeat similar to that whloh mot thorn in thoir obortiro attempts to revise tbo tariff (omo two year* oiaoo. Letter* ro eoirad from Mr. Wood, dotod at Pario, lodleoto that bo to detonninod to press for » rortoton of tbo tariff »t tho oom ing ooo. ion of Coo grew. Ho olrinM to horo ooonmnlotod o Urgo omoant of data booring on this question daring hie Interriew with English and French ooonomliti, ond that ho wiil bo obio to present such foots ond orgnmento os will conrinoe tho roprsoontotirso of the manufacturing interests that it will be greatly to thou advantage to oonoont to s redaction of dntlos. No dnabt Mr. Wood honestly believes tbst he con do this. Argument ond proof ore so only when the listener is only too ready to assent to the argument ond accept the proof; but ft Is quite another thing when a sharp opponent is near at hand to pick flaws in the argument and Impeach the proof. Mr Wood will And that his arguments are not so cogent nor his proot so positive the floor of Congress as it was in Knglishdrawing rooms or French salons. The kind of argument which Mr. Wood will bring to bear upon the representa tives of industries benefited by protec tion, will be much the same In kind as those which the spider in the fable ad dressed to the fly. They were very specious and plausible, but the fly knew better than to accept them—if we rightly TSkamber the termination of that pretty little story. We do not believe that it will be pos sible to secure any revision of the tariff that will reduce the duties. Some of the elements that are relied upon to through such a revision will fall _j critical moment. When they oome to understand the fall foroe and scope of the interpretation of any pro mises that they may make, they will repudiate them promptly. All hope of ata from the Qreenbaokers in such a plan Is futile. The Greenback party is a labor party, and tho labor party is Amt, last and all the time in favor of a high tariff. There have been some unwise threats from this party as to what thsy would do with the tariff; bat any expectations based upon these utterances will be doomsd to disappoint ment. One of the ablest and most influen tial of the trades union leaders of this oountry, said a few days since that you might as well hope to see the sun at midnight as to see workmen favor free trade. Notwithstanding all this, it be hooves the friends of protection to be alert, if any change Is made in the tariff it will be because of their care lessness and Inattention to their own interests. There is work and a good deal ot it ahead. There will be a straggle and a severe enough to laugh at Mr. Wood's uounoement that he has learned abroad what will oenvert proteotionists to free trade dootrines when he tells it, but it is well at the same to have an extin guisher ready to ciap over his free-trade bills. on carry at the It is well one. an Trewblea Cnnsed by Drowght. Ciicissati, Ohio, Nov. 10.—The ooal famine in Cincinnati and other Ohio River cities is becoming a serioas mat ter. The stage of water in the river is the lowest that has been known for a generation,and there are no indications of a rise. Indeed, the season is so far ad vanced that many predict there will be no rise tuflicient to bring down ooal be fore Spring. The supply on hand iu the ooal yards is reduced to a few hun dred thousand bushels. The regular rate of oonsumation is 160,000 bushels a day. Unless the rise in the river, therefore comes soon, Cincinnati will be altogether dependent upon railroads and wholly at their meroy as regards rates of transportation. There is, moreover, a well-ground fear that the railroads can not bring in a sufficient supply, and at the same time meet the demands of other kinds of traffic. In view of this state of affairs, the price of ooal has steadily advanced until from $2.60 it has gone to $8 and $9 a ton. Miners in the Ohio ooal region have kept psoe in their demands with the advance in price, the'r last strike ending to-day in an agreement of operators to pay II a ton, an increase of 100 per cent. In wages in a few weeks. Coal-dealers, who made contracts on the basis of 60 and 60 cents for miners' wages find themselves badly caught. Heavy manufacturers who waited for the Fall rise to lay in their year's supply are also in an unpleasant predicament. Reports say that an advanoe in price, caused by Cincinnati's short supply, is beginning to be felt iu the coal busi ness generall vthrougbout the West. ed Negroes Going to Indiana. The offer of Mr. Q. J. Langsdale, edi tor cf the Greeucastle (Indiana) "Ban ner", to provide homes for all colored men who will go to Indiana from the South, is beginning to bear fruit. A colony of 150 families of negroes is ex pected to arrive from North Csrolius iu a few weeks. The agents of the pro posed colony write thst others will fol low their steps if the experiment of the euccessful. Mr. vanguard proves Langsdsle has applications from all over Indiana for the immigrants. He is oon fldent thst all who oome can find ready employment and good houses. Mr. Hendricks nud the Indianapolis "Sen tinel" are very violent in their oppo sition to what they call a Republican scheme to flood the State with negroes to overcome the Demooratlo majority and prejudice the interest of white la borers. As Oblo Neeervolr Gives Way. The new reservoir, which was loca ted on Harker's Hill, Bast Liverpool, Ohio, gave away on Sunday night, and let out the water. The reservoir was banked with earth from the excava tion, and the break ooourred in one of the corners of the new made groond. The engines had been pnmping all day Sunday and the basin was almost fall. No damage was done to town property. When the break was discovered the drain gates were opened and the water mostly controlled in that way. Liver pool people are sorely disappointed, as everything was supposed to be all right, and it was thought thst there would be plenty of water in the future, whloh the town has been sorely in need of. The loss will fall on the town. Thermaline cures Fever and Ague and sella for the low prio i of 25 oents.Oet it at Hartman's, Drug Store, 6th and Poplar. uiiW l W PrapertM* Mig*H« at *» «• Iksrlff TsMartoy. The lota on tba north side of Marsh , below # the Brandywine Jackson 4 Sharp works, lose, on the something lets than two aaraa, p ty of James Wehb, sold to John Or sen, for the Franklin Loan Association, for • 200 . A lot on the east side of French street, north of Thirteenth, wo* pur chased by the same party, for the same Loan, for the stun of $50. A .tot and tbrae-atory brick building at Harrison strset and Qilpln avenueq property of Wm. T. Alr'ch, was sold to Joshua Marls, Esq., for $20, subject to liens amounting to about $ 2 , 200 . A lot on the north aide ofFiftk street, east of Poplar, property of Mary Par nell and Edward Sullivan, and Richard Thomas, terre tenants, wag sold to Joehna Maris, for the Diamond State Loan Association, for the sum of $200. The LutoHepatar Chandler andlile Work. Washington Correspondent of Phila. Times. There Is some talk here regarding the successor to Senator Chandler.— Some man may he sent in hiB stead, but his place can never be filled. The loss to his party is beyond estimate and is simply irreparable. Zaoh Chan dler was a much better man than he painted. His disregard for appear him a worse name than he was ancss gave deserved. He never kept his sins be hind a door. The world knew the worat of him, because be would not sneak and evade and pretend to be something he was not. There are half a dozen, yes, a dosen, men in the Sen ate who drink to a greater excess than Chandler did, and yet they pass tor the goody good. Chandler was in reality a reformer. He shut np many big holes in the Interior Department more, believe me, than Mr. Sohur* has dosed—perhaps because there were to close. He went about bis busi ness, stopping leakages and stealings and benefiting the publie servioe with out making any fuss alioot it. more At the Ualaa Last Evening. There was a delightful service at Union M. K. ohuroh last evening. The meeting was deeply interesting and spiritual. The pastor presohed, after whish two men presented themselves for prayers and both professed conver sion. The meetings oontinne this week. The public are oordlally invited. Let the friends of Jesus oome and help us. M. B. The British Crown In the Mad. The steamship reported in yester day's Rxpcblicak, as being aground, opposite Bdgemoor on the Jersey shore, is the "British Crown" of the American line. Four tugs were at work yester day, endeavoring to get her off, hat al though her cargo had been taken out, the tugs could not move her and this morning she still remained fast. Telephonic. J. Klrkmsn & Son have rung their West End stables into tiro telephonic exohsuge circuit, their signal, is L. C. Kent A Co., Fourthand Wsshingtcn streets, lumber merobsuts, have.alBo joined hands with by telephone, and ths following sig nal will sail, the firm us p«raoaal. The Rev. Henry F. Latimer and wife, paying Wilmington a flying visit. The Reverend gentleman is looking well, and is foil of vim as ever. His Wilmington friends are always glad to see his genial faae. Hendricks is reported to have said that Potter would make a good mand for the second place on the Democratic National ticket in case of his election as Lieutenant Governor of New York. Hen dricks is very anxious to get a New York man for secsond plaoe, which, of course, means Hendricks for first place. are EDUCATIONAL. RAWING. IIGMER A. HERR'S art school now open. FREE-HAND, MECHANICAL DRAW ING AND PAINTING TAUGHT. D lnetruotlon privately or in olssa. Evening mechunieal drawing claee and studio hours— Monday and Wednesday Irom7 80 toll o'clock. Pupils lilted lor Academy of Flue Arte, Philadelphia. Portraits painted, Ac., Ac. All kinds of drawing designs, ko.,ko., made In ihe most carelul and artistic manner. For terras or any Information oall or address studio room 16, Mnsonlo Temple, Winning ton, Del. Kelerence.—(*ol. H. S. McComb, J. Taylor Gause, Esq., H. C. Koblnaen, Eeq., Dr. J. R. Tantum. lb-20 tf M aplewood institute, conoord vllle, Pa., lor both sexes, la situated on the Philadelphia ond Baltimore Central K, R , and Is eleven miles north ol Wilmington, on the Concord Pike. Student* are prepared lor the aotlve duties of life, lor buslnese and college. It excolls In healthy location, good rooms, and Itrst-class professors. Little bovs Market..reel, Wl.mlnjtoraR / M H UJ C/3 aSuofiv* PATENT o « J S P3 © si < >4 3 H 8 * 6 - < Ph Far bu per lor to either Earth or Water Oloiet*. and much cheaper. Uan be put in any bei-room, a*d warranted abnolutely free from odor, without tbe «■« 01 charcoal, earth aahefl, or any other deodoriier. Call and see them. WAKKEN HAKPEK, Sole Agt. ll-io-tr 8. E. Cor. Front and Market, Wilmington, Delaware. B lue rose never known to lull to cure dyspepsia and liver oom plaint. Price to cents. Get a sample bottle "** "V F. WARE'S DRUG STORE, at tho Northwest oorner el Hlth and King ■treeta, Wilmington. Delaware, wholesale agent. For sale by all retail druggists, candy: cough syrup for; coughs and eelda. ManuTaoturod HtMn ^ ON k 0 o Swedes bore, N. J. Rock llJ-lmdlmw J OBT—Ab'ustpln was lost on Satmdsy j evenlngonMarkststrestabovsTwelfto. * finder trill b* suitably rewarded onlrer tag 11 it the Haruxuck* effloe. 11 - 18 -lt* Geo.W. Buaji 4 Son, FRENCH RUB WHAJtr, ■Call special attendee te their kart, pare, SHENANDOAH COAL Prepared for Family «0. Also to their UOARSIM ITEMS WALLET, SUPERIOR TO ALL COOL FOB SUM MEH USE COAL! COAL LEHIGH AND K0HIN00R C0AL1 Beat Family Coal, t'arefnlly Pre pared eapeelally Tor oar retail sales. Promptly delivered In cellar, at loweatmar ket price. Charles Warner & Co •i * BASKET STREET WHABP. OAL!COAL!COAL! C CHOICE FAMILY COAL. STANTON, THOMAS LEHIGH AND William penn. Those are the finest family eoali, YAKl) TOOT OT WEST STREET. JOHN W. ORirriTll v-u tf BBY HOODS 8. H. 8 T A A T 8 > No. 405 Market street, Ha* opened this day, ond Is receiving ^1 most dally NEW ANB BEAtJTIFIJI. DESIGNS IN FANCY HOSIERY FO LADIES A Hi D| M 1 88 ES. WearealM opening a LarKe and Well £e leeted Stood el MERINO UNDERWEAR For Ladies Gents and Misses. PAINTS. GILS. toe. OIL CLOTHING a —J ND— RUBBER CLOTHING, BUBBEB DOOR BANDS, RUBBER CHECK REINS, RUBBER HORSE COVERS, OILED HORSE COVERS, RUBBERCEMENT, RUBBER SHEETING, toe. -AT GEORGE W. STONE, 9 AND 11 E. WATER ST., WILMINGTON. DEL. JAMES HHADFOKI), «»«mmn» ox PURE COLORS. WHITE LEAD. ZINOH FAINTS, POOO BROWN AND PUTTY. BRADFORD'S READY MIXED COTTAGE COLORS OI®, VARNISH AND TURPENTINE, WINDOW GLAUS. ETC., ETO., NOS. • AND S E. THIRD STREET WILMINGTON, DEL LAGER BEER. PROSPECT BEER. A PURE DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE DONAHOE & ROBINSON, S. W. COB. SIXTH to ORANGE STS., Wilmington, Del., Reapectfoilj Inform the trade and the publie generally that they are now prepared to far* niah this Celebrated beer In any quantity. This beer has no equal In the market, and dealer* everywhere pronounce It superior to all other brands. *-26 ly THE LARGEST GLASS OF BEER Ilf TnE CITY -AT FREYE'S SALOON. NO. 17 E. SECOND ST. A FIRST CLASS POOL TABLE. S-12 tl PROFESSION A L CARDS. enj itii I PISE] JJAV1D J. MURPHY, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, NO. • WEST SEVENTH STREET, 10-22-tl Wilmington, Del. AHRY EMMONS, H ATTORNEY AT LAW, HO. 702 MARKET ST., Wilmington, Del. laal-ly FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. Beautiful Teeth at S3.86, *8 and 910RM® ir ret. Teeth extracted without palnRUfR of gas. Over thirty years expert DR. GALLAGHER, N*. 836 Maraet street. rjNEETH K rset the lence. use OWELsL JOKES H ELI H. CHANDLER, JOURS to CHABULUB. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TOPEKA, KANSAS. S-34-t/ ICR. ICE! ICE! KEDUCTION IN PRICE. SEASON OF UT* S monad* dally, *•« par weak. 8 " '' mo 19 !• *0 80 to 100 pounds at 26 eents per bundled 100 Doundi and over, at 26 cents per hundred. Soeolal rates te large consumers. Our lee la tot ourest In ths city, toe water l elag sup plied from toe elty basin. Your order la re spectfully solicited. Wilmington In and uaal Co. (Sueeesaers to) J. B. OONBOW S SON. oats, Uo. S KfiSMltMrsst, pepat, Tklrd Siruat BrlOpo. In ferreltathotk plaeac. FALL AND WINTER 1879-80. WB REPORT PROGRESS IM THE ART OF FINE TAILORING And hnve just laid In k—CL selection* oj tbs LEADING STYLES. SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE BE6T CUSTOMTRADE ALSO TUB LATEST NOVELTIES IN BUNINFJM4 SUITINGS AND TKIJIMINUN, AT PKHES l'KOSI 81S.no aao. PEK 8 (JIT. 00 That our ctretomers after a TRIAL OF SEYEN YEARS with some ot them.continue to repeat their orders is a matter that very greatly encourages us and this In connection with tho fact that we have been continually * proving In the art. is the best recommen tlon we can oiler the public. WITH RESPECT^ Ferd Carson, The Tailor, 233 MARKET STREET. I in da 9-13 tueskeat WM. H. UUINN, Merchant Tailor, 123 MARKET STREET. All tho latest styles cl Spring and Summei Oaaslmores and suiting, kept on hand, eat and made In good style. Clothes Hade to Order as Chea __a any eatabl I abluent In W liming, ton ar Pbt ladelphla. myT-lm GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. FALL OPENING! 1 return thanks to my friends aid The Public Generally, Fer the patronage they have favored..me with, and again (elicit all to come and EXAMINE MY STOCK -OF— FALL AMD WINTER UNDERWEAR, Which I am ottering AS LOW AS THE LOWEST, having bought before toe advanoe ol prices, which tu&blea me to pfler my stock at last year's prices. A FULL LINE OF GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTION. W. H. SINCOCK, No. 307 Market Street, WILMINGTON, DEL. 9"! 8m eed VARIETY STORES. THE LARGEST. CHEAPEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF DRY ROODS, HOSIERY, AND NOTIONS. GENT'S LADIES' AND OHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS, CROCKERY WARE, GLASSWARE, and TINWARE. TABLE, STAIR AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. STAIR. ENTRY. HEMP AND INGRAIN CARPETS AT VERY LOW PRICES. ' Oome end examine our stock and van will rev* Jme and money. W* nr* Mining as cheep es the cheapen. ADAMS A BROTHER, 504 MARKET STREET TOBACCO ARD CIGARS. QTTO to BUTE, Manuthctorere el nU kinds of 8EGARS! 8EGAR8ISEGAR8! NO. 2 WEST FRONT STREET, Wilmington, Del. JOHN OTTO 1M JOHN KUT2 BREECH AND MUZZLE Loading Guns$ All Styles, Makes and Prlees. Prloes sent to any point on application. JAMES & BROTHER. 201 MARKET STREET, i UNDERTAKERS. IMON GUTHRIE. - General! Fnrnlklilns Undertaker, NO. 326 E. SEVENTH.STREET, Wilmington. Del. Terms.— 20 per cent less than usual prloes. s 2-28 IJ1HOMAS MITCHELL, FURNISHING UNDERTAKEN, NO. 412 KING STREET, Wilmington, Del. JOHN R. MARTIN, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, HO. 221 SHIPLEY STREET. Furniture neally repaired. 1-18 3m STOVf.S, HEATERS AND RANGE THE CHICAGO RANGE AND STOVE STOBE. lOT W. SECOND STREET. 1 have a mu stock of ranges lor toe la.ll trade. Buy toe best, superior to all othere, the beet and meat reliable Portable range In the market. Acknowledged favorites, every range reliable and provee a euocesa. Economical In m.l, durability and conve nlanoe, completeness ol design and perfection ol construction, simplicity el management K neral working qualities. These ranges 9 adapted for toe use of farmers, plenty of hot water always on bend, 1 also have a good selection of parlor and ether room stoves. *17-2meod bd4 F. B. F. MILLER. G. FAT to CO., E. GENERAL ATTORNEYS, FINANtJALAND^^A, AGENTS, i WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Make Collections, Furnish Commercial Re port* Answer Enquiries, and attend to all kinds <>l Legitimate Ruriucm at Reasonable Rates. Real Estate Sold and Traded ^Tim ber Land a specialty; Cemmeiclal Paper Newotlated ; Endowment and Life Insurance Portciei Bought, and Money Loaned on tame; lniuranoe ot all kinds effected In BeatUem panlei at Lowest Katea. Wlll also aet aa Xarenta lor Importer*, Manufacturer* and HnectalUe*. Foialga and Home Gorrefpon dence RtUelted. la-i-o-a-M-f-Ma-dkw NO. 30® r. , • tn l , l«>rn things," Mrs. Partington says, "but facts is . >' , , llT * Ile0t P>"e 'n town is the old Osk Hall, and the rapid wm, . 8 g " 0ds 8° in 8 "frill the ClothiDg Sale is something to see. Without Boasting or unfairly stating it, the Sixth and Market Street Store never had more work-people in it than it has had this year, cut ttog and making its garments ; nor in the great timf s of 1876 had it as many customers as now. people find out the TRUTH., And when thejjwant fo save dollar! iq buying Clothing will take them to Oak.$Ha!I, wherejthey get most and heat for their money. We believe in LARGE SALES AT LITTLE PROFITS. Now "is the Time to Buy Men's and Boys' Clothing AT OAK HALL. COM AND EE. Wanamaker & Brown, THE LARGEST AND BEST CLOTHING HOUSE. OAK HALL, SIXTH AND MARKET. PHIL IDELPHIA. HEALD & CO •> BANKERS AND BROKERS. BANKING REAL ESTATE I INSURANCE D EPARTMENT DEP.A KTMENT DEPARTMENT Investment Securities. Mortgages Negotiated. Fire, Marine and mcbwS™ B0N , U S'. DWELLl.vrys.LOTS AND Inaurnnee. MORTGAGES and LOANS. I ARMS at Pr vnte Sale Represent toe Interest, Ooupon and Gene- BEAL ESTATE LA OA1SSE UEN'L FIBE ral (Jolhetlons. of Paris. United States, City, County 25 1 LAPS' EXPERIENCE THE FARMERS'FIRB1NS. an! State Bonds. at Public Sales. CO., ol York, Pa. NOTE BBOKEBN. Kents colleoted and propertlesiTHE WATERTOWN F1BR WESTERN FARM. 9®'0 per Carelally Managed. , 01 Watertown, N. V ct. 1st Mortgages (iuaran-! Conve J an C;n|? w'th legal su-|^ e CONFIANCE F1KB „ ,eed - . .1 perviskm. j Ins. Co, ol Paris. Enropean Tickets and Interest on Mortgages, The NEW ENGLAND HTL Drafts. 1 Collected. LIFE, of f oston, Mass. 49-Systrmatic Promptness and Thoroughness In nil Departments. Telephonic Communications With all Sections of the City. WILMINGTON, DEL. CLAYTON HOUSE BLILDIYG* TO BUYERS OF ■I We are bow Prepared to give la these Goods the Largest Assortment, and Notwithstanding tho Advance, to .ell them at Lower Prices than Heretofore. We Respectfully Invite any one In want of Carpets, OU Cloths or Wladow Shades, to Examine those we offer. We have Goods to Bait the poorest man in the city, as well as those of larger means. G. WORRELL, MASONIC TEM LE. TO THE LADIES I HAVE BEST i TRADE YOU SIX I MARK A TRIED CORD,? m ii' For Hand and Naehlneuse. Sold fey all dealers Iu Drv Goodsand Kotloas, and Wholesale and Retail by ADAMS & BRO.j GREAT VARIETY STORE NO. g«4 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. 8-18 tl ORDERS BY MAIL HATE PROMPT ATTENTION. J. & J. N. HARMAN, NO. 410 KING STREET, WILMINGTON. DEL. FURNITURE The largest and |fin*st assortment of Hrady-made Furniture lobe found in Wllmlngteofm ths State of Delaware, can be seen at 410 King Street. Furniture at aim, j any price kont on hand. Repairing promptly attended to. MILLER BROTHERS PAINTS ! BUST AND CHEAPEST IN THE CITY FOR SALE DULY AT NO. 109 KING STREET* ALSO ASBESTOS HOBFING^STFWI^PACKING. BOILER COVERINGS, PILBEAM & MORTLOCK.