- DAILY BEPmiCAE.
8KOKUE W. VERNON A MONK
PUBLISHERS AND PKOPH1ETOKS.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 1, IHSO.
I 11NTEKED AT THE POST OFFICE AT
l a Wilmington, Del., as second-class mat
11 0-dfc* tt
fhe M fi«pul»llceu ** still leads In
itrealatlou. Adverdse where yon
the moat for your
the " Bevubllcaii ** la that (taper.
Our Balance Sheet.
In an evening paper is an effort by
soma Demoaratio politician,to show that
the City Treasury has a large balanoe
on hand at the c lose of the year instead
of a floating debt. No doubt this
writer is personally interested iu show
ing a clean balanoe sheet, aud to do this
some wonderful calculation has been
made which shows to what base uses
figures can be prostituted. It is not our
intention to wade, through a mass of
figures to show how ingeniously such a
mass wbs collected and woven'together,
In order to deceive the public,but thegar
ment has such lurge rents in it that the
skeleton that it attempts to hide is
plainly discernable. The writer admits
that there is $10,000 in mortgage Ifonds
of the Board of Education, and a uote
due to E. C. Bnrnite of $1,000 more,
making in all $11,500 that have not.
been paid, but which should have been
paid. Ue does not tell however what
any man who pretends to know profess
ing to be a "financier," should have
known, and that is that all the floating
debt that could be raked together on the
first of January amounted to only $111,
500, instead of 165,000 as stated. Such
financial statements will not deceive
those who know better, and know
much about the city finances as "finan
cier" does. He claims a balance on
hand in the City Treasury of $30,000,
but he well knows that the whole
Amount is borrowed money, raised
neither by taxes nor by the city
nues. It is the balance of the $145,
000 borrowed to pay off the floating
debt, aud for which the city is to-day
paying interest. If there is only $30,
000 in the Treasury, it is well known
that it will take fully one half of that
to meet the December pay rolls, and to
pay the December bills which are due,
and of which no account is made bv
"Financier." Under all these circun -
stances we still adhere to what
have always before reiterated, that
there would be a floating debt at the
end of the year, the amount of which
can only be determined by the Decem
ber expenses,but which will be at leatt
Tlia ailveat nf tha mv year affjrda a
favorable opportunity for a ruviow of
tiie past and for resolving upon enter
ing the new year to correut the
and mistakes of the old.
the case that in sitting in judgment up
on our own miiUkea we attribute our
faults to others with rather too much
charity for ourselves. Young parsons
just entering upon the practical duties
ofl fa will experience a lasting beuelit
if they approach the task of a reforma
tion in proper spirit. To-day presents
to ns the first leaf of an unsullied book,
and as each notes the passing event 8
let each be careful that there shall be
no blurred and sullied pages. For the
present year, upon which we have just
entered, an extra leaf has been provid
ed, 1880 containing 3Gti days. Each
individual who reads these lines
determine whether these fair leaves
shall be blotted and blurred,or whether
at midnight on the last day of the year
the volume shall be handed up to the
recording Angel so bright and so fair,as
not to cause a single tear to fall upon
it from his eyes.
The Repcblicak has abundant cause
for gratitude in exchanging the compli
ments of the season with its friends and
patrons. Its career ban been onward
and upward, and at no time siuce its
establishment has its circulation aud
advertising patronage been greater.
This we accept as the reward of strict
adherence to principle and truth, and
for this we beg our readers and patrons
to accept our hearty thanks and a prom
ise that we will still endeavor to make
the Repdbucas a welcome visitor to ev
ery household,and to enable us to do so,
we still ask the continued confidence of
a generous public only as we deserve
it. Here goes for another year.
Il is too often
It is positively stated that the recent
great fire in Boston, Massachusetts, was!about
oooaaioned by the spontaneous eombus- j
tion of cotton waste which had been'
, , . . f '
lying in a heap in one corner of a reom
in the building. Oar manufacturers
should take warning from this accident.
Every one knows that cotton saturated y *
ir, mv,ia A < « , t
with oil >« liable to take fire, and yet Lo
waste ased for cletning machinery it to
frequently pitched into a corner and tha
permitted to remain there for days.
Many a fire that u attributed to iocen- iu
diaritm has originated from such care
lessnes-. Anyone that thoughtlessly for
permits the continuance of such action
. ,, . . . . .. .of
should not be rjrprise if some nay he tire
should find his establishment in ashes,
aud 8s he could blame onl^ himself he
Should not ho compensated for the loss f°'
... . , not
sustained. Let all take warning and
see that the rules of safety are not
openly violated in their respective es
The probability of the Lominatiou of
Senator Bayard tor the Presidency, by
the Democratic party, seems to be in
creasing. It is stated that his frierda
trying to capture the delegation
from Pennsylvania to the Democratic
National Convention, and it is asserted,
oa what seems pretty good authority,
that they will be solid for him ou the
second ballot. The twenty-si* voters
from Pennsylvania will be a great
spoke in the Bayard wheel. There is
also a strong movement in his favor in
a number of the States, and he appears
to be the second choice of all the lead
ing candidates. It would not therefore
be surprising if the* Democratic ticket
should be Bayard for President and
Hendricks for Vice President at the
coming election. It will all be labor in
vain, however, as the Democrats are
bound to fail, and Bayard's Presiden
tial aspirations will never be realized.
Either Grant or Blaine will be the next
Ssnatob Eaton of Connecticut lias
commenced bis campaign for a re-elec
tbu to the United States Senate, and
his strongest election card is his opposi
tion to the attempts of Governor Oarce
lon to usurp the Government of Maine
aud to incite to civil war. He also an
nounces tbit the appropriation bills
will be pr*nptly passed aud that there
will he a short session of Congress. The
Senator is wise in his conservatism, hut
it is doubtful if it will avail him any
thing. His course at the extra session
of Congress will he remembered no
donht by his constituents, and he will
be given a ticket to stay at home- Con
necticut will elect a Republican to suc
Tub thief Governor of Maine, in his
bull-headedness, seems determined on
civil strife before he relinquishes the
reins of government, and for this pur
pose he has swarmed the State capital
at Augusta *vith police, and its halls
bristle with bayonets. The end is not
yet, but so far the admirable temper of
the people of Maine commends itself to
the nation. If there is a conflict it will
be because a crazy old Governor is de
termined to precipitate one.
The Cost to the city of Philadelphia
the Grant reception, amounted to
$12,219.81. Mr. Kingsley,proprietor of
the Continental Hotel, refuses to make
any charge for expenses during the
stay of the General and his family as
considered them his guests. There
no specification in any of the items
expense, for liquors of any kind.
Tng cakrieh boys are around to-day
Tng cakrieh boys are around to-day
with their New Year's greeting.
Through wvt and dry, through cold
and beat they have been daily visitors
aud always welcome A small remem
brance from each patron will be agrate
ful recognition of their faithfulness an-1
while our patrons will not miss it, it
will make the boys happy.
To-day cheap fares ou the ferry boats
plying between Philadelphia aud Cam
den commenced. There are those still
living who recollect the time when the
fare was twenty five cents, but it has
gradually be*m redneed until now it is
only three cents. We should think that
it had now about touched hard pan.
Sexatob Bavard's boom for the Pres
idency lags sine-' Garcelou has app^ar
ei upon the scene as an available can
didate. W* ba
always thought Mr.
liiyard was too good a mail for the
Democracy. The greater the thief the
better, and Garoelou is just the man.
Pennsylvania is iu thn fi.dd early for
the political campaign of 3 880. th« Re
publican State Convention being called
for February 4th. If this in to improve
over last year, the Republican majority
should be over 100,000.
Tuk Nkw Year, judging from this
latitude, i« a slippery cufltomer to com
mence with, but let ua hope that the
slip"*, in a businea3 point of view, may
be a gradual slide into greater pro.sper
While every body is beginning tb«
year with good resolutions, of course
the seat which Mr. Allen has been fill
ing in the City Council for some time
past and to which lie was never elected,
will he vacant to-night.
fl| JM>I!YO IKHlAflS ON MIX'D.
if-'fliat Will Slave lo
That there is a va?t amount of p»ac
ti- ai sens- in the Scriptural injunction
was!about building oo solid rock, has been
vrr y practically illustrated by Harry
^ ro?,u witliia the past few days
During the past summer Mr. Brown
h3(l er " r „ lp4 jL v , My Utt l. two-story
bricks on Madison street, between
Eighth and Ninth, and about a month
y * nce himself moved into one of
them. His stay was a limited one,
Lo , v , v „ r) M on M m , (Uy , a8t hs 8wok ;
to the fact that the foundation wall cn
tha north side of the hoc
own in search of a solid resting place.
iu fact tljH wall liad , eUled t0
such an extent that it was dangerous
for Mr. Brown to longer remain iu the
gliding, so he moved, and now a force
workmen are tearing down the en
tire nortu waU> preparatory to rebuild
ing. The ground upon which the house
r,!9ts is mi< )« ground, and in laying the
f°' JD ') a l' on8 masons evidently did
not exercise that amount of care which
they ahould hare done .
expeditiou of its
T HE LARGEST DRY GOODS HOUSE
In Philadelphia, JOHN WANAMAKER
Depot, 18th st. Market to Cbratnut
LI-IOTT, JOHNSON ft. 00.
bankers "and bkokehs,
CORNER SIXTH: AND MARK ITT SI'S.,
DIBEOT PRIVATE WIRE
From our office to the New York and Phila
delphia Stock Excaauges. Quota lions fur
nished simultaneously with salts being
made at those exchanges.
Philadelphia, New York and San 1- ranclsco
t-tocks and bonds bought and sold and car
rle<t on margin. " . „ ..
Local Securities Bought and Sold.
Gash Heady lor good First Mortgages.
K. ROBIN NON * CO.
BANKERS & BROKERS
N. E. t'or. Fourth aud Marbvt,
For Salb.— 200 Wilmington City Loan; 4%
Newcastle County Bond.
U. S. FOURS FOR SALK.
SILVER BOUGHT AND OLD.
Philadelphia, New t «rk and J ston stock.'
bought and sold on commission. Every tactl
Tea afforded lor persons to sell or Invest t:
stooks or Doads. ___ tebyo-lv
STOCKS AN II BONDS.
Corrected by K. R. Robinson k Co., Fourth
and '] arket streets.
US 1881 Bonds.
New 6'sol '81.
Wilmington City Bunds ...
Delaware K K 1st Mortgage
Delaware St Western..
Wilmington City 08.
Wilmington City's 6.
Wilmington City 4 Yp .
Wilmington St Northeri;...
Delaware State Bonds.
Delaware R R Sto.'k..
Wilu'lugtoQ Coal Gas Company..
Natl nal Bank o) Delaware.
National Bank W fc B..
First Notional Bink.
Union National Bank..
Delaware Fire Insurance.
AY RAND OPERA HOUSE.
THUKSt'AY EVENING, JAN. 1, 1880.
THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 1, 1880,
Supported by the Oates Englhh Cjmlc Com
3fe-AK LISTS—3 j
Uoderthe management ol Mr. Sam T. Jsck.
'the only recoktnljflvl Knulbh Comic Opr - "
Company in the Unlto 1 states.
Lacocq's latent snu most i>opular Military
tComio Opera, in three acts,
LE FEriT DUO. | LITTLK UT'KK
LE PHUT DUO. LITTLK DUKK.
LE PETIT DUO. I LITTLE DUKE.
General AdinDMon. 6ocants; res'ired seats,
cents; irallery, 35 cents. Re erved
sale at O. F. Thomas k Co.
CHAS. MtEVllALK ticn'l Agt.
JpKOF. Ji. L. QUINTON,
UlustRited lectures on
"CID1STIAN AID HvEGLOGY."
"CHRISTIAN AKCHjEOLOGY. "
"CHRISTIAN AKCHjEOLOGY. "
These 1. ctures are devoted largely to descrip
tions of the lives of the Chns ians of the lirst
threa centuries, c?ncerolng which
has been rescntly dlseovorod through the aid
the science of Arcl.moloity. The lectures
will all he liberally il
Hj drogen light.
Particulars as to flute and place will be
given in a lew days.
tb the (ixy
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
HOLIDAY GOODS ! ^IOLiDAY GOODS !
ALo a new ami well selected stock ot
Siuer and Silver-Jdated Ware,
Sliver and Stiver plated Ware,
CLUCKS, SPECTACLES, AC.
CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, AC.
Call and See,
Call and Seo,
Cab and See,
Cull and See,
M ARKET ST.
0!3)£ MARKET ST.
EW JEWELRY STOKE!
BAYNAKI) A DAWSON
opened the store
NO. 229 MA KK ETJSTKEET,
stocked it with an entire
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JKWELKY, SIL
VEK WAKE, SPECTACLES, kc.
<9-LateHtStyle*, Loweet Prices,-ft#
satisfaction guaranteed to all.
Being both practical Jewelers, all repairing
with them will be promptly and satlslao
rally attended to.
_MERCHANT TAILORING. ~
■y^-M. H. QUINN,
124 MARKET ST.,
the latest stylos of Spring and Summer
Cft»8imere and auitings kept on bund cut
made in good style.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
Cheap as any Fistabllshment in Wilrnlnir
ton or Philadelphia.
MEf lIm EILIM K!
Wholesale and retail.
JOHN W. GRIFFITH.
JOHN W. GRIFFITH,
YARD FOOT OF WEST STREET.
KGANB.—ENTIRE NEW STOCK FOR
wo, WO. WO, t*10>, $100 and WOO cash, .r
H. F. ROBELEN,
710 Mark.t Str«ot
Y8f TOYS! TOYS!
DOLLS ! DOLLS ! DOLLS 1
604 MARKET STREET, 604,
ADAMS k BRO.
ADAMS k BHO.
Doll Carriage!, Velocipede*, Wheelbarrows,
and Express Wagons.
TIN TOYS IN EVERY VARIETY.
Mechanical and Domes)io Toys,
Hooks and Games, Masks, Out Plotline,
GILT AND LACE PAPER AND TREE
It would be Impossible to enumerate
tire stock of
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
But It will pay to give uh a call.
which Is 117 leetdeep
The second story
and 24 feet wide Is stocked with toys
and holiday good < exclusively.
Our stock of
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND S1J
Crockery ware, Tin ware. Carpels, Oil Cloths,
And a general line ot
HOUSED LD QOOD8,
On the tirBt 11 or.
Remember the place,
ADAMS k BRO.,
ADAMS k IJRO.,
12-0-t-M 604 MARKET STREET
^YOAL AND WOOD.
1 have In stock a "
ipcrtor article ol
'GAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
OAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
OF ALL SIZES, WELL CLEANED,
Guaranteed 2740 lbs to the ton,
Which I will sell at
LOWEST MARKET KATES.
A Do largest $1.60 load kindling wco<f In city.
Telephonic connection with all j.arta o( cl»y.
FOOT OF FOURTH ST. 12-28 tf
QOAL, COAL, COAL.
LEHIGH AM) KUH1NOOR COAL!
LEHIGH AND KOblNOOK COAL!
BEST FAMILY COAL.
Especially for eur retail sales.
PROMPTLY DELIVERED IN CELLARS.
fr EST MARKET PRICK
AT LOWfcOT MAKKE1'P1GOE.
I'UAKLE-S W A UN Ell it VO.;
MAHKET STiteET WHARF.
C'oul ! (oal ! Co a I !
WILMINGTON 1GE AND COAL OO.,
Oflicfi, 2 I), 6iecou I Ntreef,
Beet 1 r this city; |>re]>ured lor larnily
2240 fts per ton guaranteed.
No family rlu-uld he without It.
IT IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
4tii"Dun't fall to give It a trlal-%®
2240 16? to the ton.
FRANK D. CLAYTON,
ORANGE AND WATER STREETS.
QEO. W. BUSHASON,
•FRENCH STREET WHARF,
Call spacial atRntio
to their hard, pure,
Prepared lor Family, use. Also to their
BKOOKSIDE LYKl NS VALLEY,
Superior to all other coal lor summer
UALI t'OAl.! GOAL I
CHOIG'K FAMILY GOAL!
THOMAS LEHIGH AND
Those a c the finest lamily Coals.
YAIII) FOOT OF WEST Silt LET.
JOHN W. OH1FFITH.
T he largest, cheapest and
best assortment of
°| HOSIERY 1°
I HOSIERY I
NO ! IONS.
Gent's, LadleV'and (Children's Underwoar,
B »otH, Shoes and Rubbers, Crookery-waro
Glassware and Tinware. Table Stair and
STAUt, ENTRY, HEMP AND
At very low prices. Come and exam ine
»took and you wi!l save time and money,
selling as cheap as tho cheapest.
, ADAMS ft BROTHER,
[Oi Market street.
6 4 Market street.
COAT'S 35 IMPORTED COATS
At a Keduc.ionof 16 percent.
llo LADIES' AND MISSIS'
110 LADIES' A D MISSES'
COA I S,
Of Domestic Manul
. at u really re
duced p ices.
Ml>StS' CO<v J'S,
MIS-EV C A IS,
, MlftSES' COA i S,
ALL SIZES, ALL S1ZIS, ALL SIZES
ALL SIZES, ALL SIZES, nLL SIZES,
FROM 2.00 UP.
FROM 2.00 UP.
GKFAT BARGAINS IN
GREAT liAlvG/il 8 IN
great Bargains in
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Ol I NET'S
BLACK S LKs,
ToClo^e fall Im portation.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
M. L. LlUiiTLJVNTEiN,
M. L. LK HI'ENSTEIN.
M. L. LlCHTEASl'tJN,
220 MARKET ST.,
220 MARKET ST.,
226 M.ll KLTNT.,
20 MARKET ST.,
.0 MAliKET ST..
2i; ' ARK FT S I ..
.0 MARKET 8T.,
We have made a largo closing-oat purchase ol
AT A TRFMl ND()U» SACRIFICE
AT A 1 REM EN DO US SACRIFICE',
And we are df t rmined to give our cu* toracis
and the publl; tlie Denent.
i8 BEAUTIFUL MATLASSE CLOAKS
*» BEAUTIFUL MATLASSE CL OAK.'
or $5.00, worth 7.60.
®: ioGOjii Li ag'o'nalcloaks,* 9
Neatly trimmed, lor HO ', worth 6 . 00 .
V0 FLAiv BEAVER CLOAKS,
26 PLAIN BEAVER CLOAKS.
Neatly trimmed, lor $4.60. A very desirable
Cloak, the wholesale price ol which
has been $525.
°: l» BEAUTI Fi L * REAVE it'CL(V a Ks
o :18* BEAUJbFFL BEAVER CLOAKS,'
Nicely tr'mru d, lor $6.0 j- A de:ldo1 bnrgtin.
.11 PLAIN ALL-WOOL BE VVER CLOAK,
Richly tr mmed. worth $ 0 to. f,r 7 M.
13 PLAIN ALL-WO^L BEAVER CLOAK,
And many other
Hj.e* which ve imre have nut
■pace to enumerate.
^ w 8«5?l ,r Sy *' ay 10 0;lara ln« our stock »I
Clocks belore pure,basing, as you van
undoubtedly save Irom 1 .C 0 to 6.W)
on each guruient by purchas
ing of us.
flKIHBY A HILL.
CROSBY & BILL,
NCH ™ ' m MARKKT 8TRF.CT.
NOS. 2S0 AND iJ'J MAKKiiT S I'BEEF
CLOTH I SO.
FOB DECEMBER 1870,
BY WILMINGTON CLOT Hi NO MOUSE.
Our Immense sales during the past three
months has convinced us that the cltlsem of
Wilmington and the Peninsula have learned
that we huve
TO PRODUCE GOOD CLOTHING
AT LOWED PRICES
lian any ol our cum>etitora, and notwltb
tanding the great advance In woolens, we
will oontlnue to sell our goods during De
VERY LOW PRICES. '
We have a better stook of
OVERCOATS AND ULSTEKETTb
r ihan we have before exhibited since onr
opening. New lolsjunt received this week,
the Latest in Pattern and Style.
Do net fall to examine them.
iteing connected wkhuneol the best whole*
sale establishments ol New York,our block of
MEN'S, YOUTHS, BOYS
AND «IIILDREN'S SUITS
wi4 be kept full In each depurtment until the
26th Inst., as well
Visit our Es.ablWmieLt and you will be
vlnced by the great Inducements we offer
that we appreciate your co-operation by be
coming our patron, and thus keeping us the
LEADING CLOTHING HOUSE
LEADING CLOTHING HOUSE
AND MERCHANT TAILORING ESTAB
AND MERCHANT I AlLOli NG ESTAB
SttUI our City u<i«I State'fc*
Our place THE
WILMINGTON CLOTHING HGUSL,
WILMINGTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
N. W. COIiNKK FolJKTH ANHMAHKLT
N. W. OOKNEK FOUBTH AND MAHKET
JOHN W. DiEFENDORF,
JOHN W. DIEFENDORF,
B*—('. H. Dhvi v alter (iiemem
S. Shinn are
elated with me.
J W. Jl.Mi
* HINA AND ULAKNWAUE.
C U1 NA, GLASS AND LAMPS !
C U1 NA, GLASS AND LAMPS !
are rt'i>e<tfully Invited
< HINA BAZAAR,
605 IVIARKKr ST.,
LA. VI PS,
Ever shown In Wilmington,
it the very low
^HRISIMAS HOLIDAY' GOODS!
307 MARKET STREET
307 MARKET STREET*.
All lntendlni.' to m i k ■- I'liri-tm-i« 1'ropi'iit -
wirahl <lo (veil to rail mid examine —- '
stock, WHIG, la eomidete
IN THE GENTS
♦•-neckties AND CUFFS-e*
'Ipt-loa, all ol Hie Latest Make,
lost r ASIIIONaJILE STYLES,
Ol every «!«•
AND SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES.
307 MARKET ST..
307 ALAR KET ST.,
307 MARKET ST..
*07 MARKET ST.,
W. JJ. SINOOCK,
9-10-Sm cod W. 11. SINOOCK,
JjILOUB! FLOUR FLOUR!
We are again In receipt of the Celebrated
Brand ol Flour,
The best and cheapest Flour In the market
is manufacture' at Zinesvliio, Ohio
and sells at the '
LOW PRICE OF *8 7» PER BARREL.
Come and get a harrel I,.lore
W. N. CHANDLER,
«11 Market Street, _ 811 Market Street,
Halfway between Kim and Seventh,
it gets cny
BILK II A.M (KERCH/
Will open on
lbO DOZE v
LADIES' |6 INdll
LADIES' 16 INCH
ladies' n inch
? PUKE SILK BANilKEliciilFKN ' *
PURE SILK IfAND hKRCHIEES*
A l aw CENTS EACH.
AT m* CENTS EACH.
AT l'2\ CENTS EACH.
ALSO 75 DDZEN
ALSO 76 DOZEN
ALSO 76 DOZEN
ALSO 76 DOZEI#
AI.SO 76 DOZEI#
ALSO 76 DOZEfln
GENTLEMEN'S 22 INCH
GENTLEMEN'S a INCH
GEN1 LKMEN'S a INCH
PURE SILK, PURE SILK, PUHrsirk*
PURE Sli.K, PURE Mi K PUKFsii kn
PUHES1LK, PCHKSILK,' PUKEMufl
AT 26 AM) *0 CENTS
AT 26 AND 3J CENTS
AT 26 A 1) 80 CEN ihl
Subject t) Manufacturers Imperfections. An
Elegant Assortment ol
BETTER GRADE*, BETTER OK A IK'S
BETTER GRADES: BETTER GRAW*f
FROM 40 CENTS TO
I ROM 40 CENTS IU fl.6o!
Equally as cheap and in every desirable Dtt
JJ olii, AY GOODS
ALL HOLIDAY GOODS
1 o be closed out within the neat threedeyi.j
REOAK 1 ) 1 . Ess Uh' COST
KEG ARDl.LSS o y COST.
RUSSELL A SPENCER
RUSSELL k SPENCEK.'
300 MARKET ST.
3U0 MARKET NT.
J VHY OPENED.
800 MARKET ST.
806 MARKET ST. j
An dock ol
SILK AND LINEN
SILK AND LINEN
IIANDKEKCIIIEI'S | HANDKEHI HIUT
Pocket Rooks, Pin ('ushleos.
fix ket Rook*. I'n Cuihwjiif
F'i^UNOK, TITS, AC, A''.
IIOHUB, liCITLlNO.S, TIES) AC.! AC'.]
Besides uu tml ios.' variety ol
FAM'Y AND UMlil'UL AKTIILES,
fiultahle tor II.e apjo
OH HI <T V'AN HOLIDAYS
i'UKi 81 Max holidays
At very Io
S. 11 ST A ATS,
40fi MARK FT ST.
405 MARKET ST.
*. 6 MARKET ST.
TEAM AND UOFFEtM.
M erry chbistmahi
ELEGANT GOOD 3
ton HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
ton HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
AT POPULAR PRICKS,
SU'~' Bird*, Straw Toys and Bi
UagcM lor 'J'rco Decon'tioos, Japanese
Cahlnefn, Glove end Hnndkerchiel
lioxe-, Tnys. VaHef*, Tete a Tete ,
* O' 1 , C'rumb s* tr, Bowls. Uh f
gar Holders, Cigarette Ca- |
zles, Hrcud Trays
WORK BOXES, KITES, kc.
BOHEMIAN goods, #
In V/wes, Toilet Set*. Ca'd Kenclr
Mower Pots, Mounted Goods and Stnolc
Sets, <!hlldren'rt Ten ar,d Dinnor SetOn
styles amt sizes. I
All the ah »ve goods a
*ampas and other Gr*
ire offered at very
we intend tosell them and note*
por pair ur. Toilet S
from 76c, per set up, Mnokor'<> StD 1 in*
gant new styles.
CRIPPEN'S TEA STOKE,
CKIPPEN'S TEA STOKE
s e. sewn;;]
6 E. ShCOW*
3 W. THIRD ST.,
3 W. THIRD ST.,
Link for Red Front and Crlppen's El
dkugh, ■Kuicrani. *' ■
O W OI'KN FOR ^KFULTIUN.
FI. EG ANT HOLIDAY GOODS,
CELLULOID TOILET OASES.
For Ladles and Gentlemen, In great vsrlej
A larger variety <j| Cologne Wale™ M
Handkerchief extrae'e than ever neforel
stock, in elegantly labelled CUt-glkM* 4
graved or plain bottles
JOILET MIRRORS, HAIR RKUSHlj
FANCY T<)J LEi' SOA F8,
With nn abundance ol other nowaltlen rnil
ble for preaenls. I'rices roasons* 1 ' 9 I
enough lo .»ult all.
Z. JAMES BELT, DRUGGIST,
SIXTH AND MARKET STRE^
(.• - 11
A I 1'ElSTloN.—All persona
pure Drugs or OhemO»D« ° r J,
their proscriptions or private rfK ' 91
(anfully compounded ol pure
(■ho lid go to tho drug store ol
11. K bkinghukst.
No. 317 Market eueet,
TOIIACI O A\l> ( lUAH'
gEOAKS AND TUBACCJ.
1 have smoked those
HAVANA ANDYARA gECJA^
OF H. M.UfJLUN'S.
And will say theymsy ha equally
excelled. You can also procure *
('hfwlngand Smoking Tobacco ,r0 jl
Take the advice of on« nho knows s*!
12*10-1 f 409 W. FRONT STREET.
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