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MET BEPUBLICAl.
•IOMI W. YEBXON 4l MINBi
PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETOR**.
THIIIIMDAT. JAM AHY 15,1880.
E :
NTKJiED AT THE POST OFFICE AT
Wilmington, Del., »a seoond-cla*H mat
11 8-dAwtt
A NOTE.
TH* " Republican " .till lead* In
alr.nlatlon. Adver.lae where yon
let the luonl for year money and
the " ttcbubllrau " la that paper.
Thai Krlberj.
The statement that au attempt wa«
made to bribe certain members of the
Maine Legislature to get them to stay
away from the meeting and break the
quorum, is not well taken and has a
very fishy look upon its face. The
time when the bribes were said to have
beea offered should have been several
days earlier to effect the result intend
ed. The report as it now stands loses
all claim to plausibility, since there
could be no object in bribing members
to rem&in away in order to prevent a
quorum, when it was well kuown at
the time these bribes are said to have
been offered that a sufficient number
had positively declined to accept the
certificates of membership offered by
Garoelon. These persons bud publicly
prolaimed that under uo circumstances
would they acoept the bogus certificates.
They were men who were well known,
and would do as t.iey said. Then why
should any ore have considered itnec*-s
sary to offer bribes to accomplish that
what was already accomplished? Taking
it for granted that there are men in tha'
State who are corrupt euough to offer
bribes to weak Democrats, it must ; p
psar to thinking men that they would
be too sharp to waste money in a pur
chase when not needed. 1 he story of
bribery no doubt will be found to be one
that was "cooked up" for a purpose,
and the authors have overreaohed
themselves. The managers of the Maine
swindle found themselves in a predica
ment from which they desire to escape,
and are compelled to resort to these
dishonorable devices. The investiga
tion to be made into the bribery oases,
will, it is quite evident, show that
those who cry fraud are frauds thim
aelves. Time makes all thiDgs even
and it will not be many days before the
whole babble will be prioked, and the
truth made known.
a
way,
but
is
the
U. 8. Superylaora.
The Kepublioina dedre tbe appoint
aeut of suparrisois if ihe assessment
list or registration of voters in order
that the-e miy be a fair assessment and
X f lir e ecrion next November. Hereto
fore men who have given their names
to tbe asse:s it have not been assessed
or at levst I heir names did not appear
on the list of taxables and they were
oonseqienlly disfranchised. The ob
jeot is to pievent snoh wholesale dis
frxnchisement, and if names hand d to
ths sis
r do not appear on ibedupli
oate next Bering, the said officer shall
be cited to appear before the U. S.
Court and show cause for snob omission
•r suffer the penalty provided for such
effenoe. The asseesors, clerks of the
pease and (ollectnrs will take notice
that they must deal boneBtly and fairlv
or bear the consequences. The ltepub
lieans appear determined to have a
pretty full assessment or they will And
ont if possible ihe reason why. If the
officers will persist iu an effort to dis
franchise citizens they will take notice
that they will get into trouble, and in
the end may learn that honesty is the
best policy and fair dealing the highest
expediency.
Thb Dax Voohhbbs negro exodns
committee was organized last Friday
aud witnesses are to be examined at
Washington.before the committee starts
South on its mission of investigation.
The whole thing is for the purpose ol
making political capital to be used in
the Presidential campaign and i
Another way to spend the people's
money, and furnish recreation for the
distinguished chairman of the commit
tee. But not withstanding the farce in
calling such a committee, it is hoped
new that it is appointed and in work
ing order that the bottom facts in th
negro exodus matter will be brought
out, and the abuse and wion,'S suffered
by the negro from the Southern bull
dozers be fully exposed. The commit
tee cannot fail to be a great blessing to
humanity if it will make an honest in
vestigation, ani report the same to
Congress. The oouutry at large would
like to hear of these leportel in qui
ties "officially" and them let a reme ly
hi applied.
a
in
as
of
In Txa ballotting for a United Slates
Bmatorintbe Mississippi Legislature.
Birksdalf 8 , h* nice *f tbe man who
jnardertd Dixoi by scenting him in
the back in the st r ee's of Yazoo iec* ives
Ike largest vote. Th- elder Bark.-d i
though not tl.e murderer, applaud***
the fie^d .-h act i f his ueph jw nod
thereby at on* e u ad himself popn'a
wi'h the peop'n of Mississipid If b
is elected to the Senate he will !.*• a
da ig* ro is. ai tagonist to * tir up, nd
the Senator who doe< so will -Rave to
keep Lis face towards bira if hn would
escape being shot in the ba"k.
A despatch from Jackson (\Iikh ) to
Senator Gordon at Washington, -tat. B
that Senator Lamar is slightly but not
dan£ loiisly paralyzed.
IU
E
p
0
<1
is
the
Work Fnr The tmperyiaura.
Thorn will b« something more for the
pervinora of iH8**8iment to look after |
than the mere patting of the names of
votera upon the assessment lists. It
will be an important duty for them to |
■ a
see that the names of voters are prop
erly spelled and the initial letter of the
middle name be not omitted. Hun
dreds of voters have been refused their
tax receipts simply because there was
some little error in the spelling of the
name or tiecause some uuimportant let
ter had been omitted. It has been
ohargid, but we will not vouch tor the
truth ot the report, that clerks wereew
ployed to transcribe the names of vo
ters into the tax duplicates, notorious
for their bad orthography, and that
when the names appeared upon the tax
duplicates they were very different
from what they were when given to the
assessor. Thomas James for instance
would be changed to James Thomas; an
" e" would be added to the name of
Clark, and names where double con
sonants were required would appear
with a single consonant. Any little
trifling error we hesitate to say pur
posely made,served for an excuse to re
fuse a tax receipt before the election,
hut after the election was over the
name was good enough even with th
error for the demauding of the tax, es
pecially if the voter was a property
holder. This is one of the important
things the supervisors will have to look
after. They must preserve lists of the
voters properly spelled that are put on
the assessment and then no matter how
ao
ih^y ar« mispelled on the tax duplicate
hey will be entitle*! to a vote. Let the
■upervisors sec that the names arc*
propeily spelled. This is very impor
tant.
pur
of
one
that
the
the
Republican llaraawaj.
The Republican party is displaying
a commendable spirit in treating the
question of the next Presidential nomi
nation. The claims of the various can.
didatea are discussed in a generous
way, and a disposition is shown to lay
aside individual preferences, and ao
prevent the growth of animosities and
heart-burnings. This has not, however,
hindered the free expression of opinion,
but it has been done iu such a concil
iating way as to indicate that everyone
is willing to subordinate his wishes to
the good of the party and the country.
From present appearances the three
principal candidates named for the
Presidency ara about equal in strength.
Neither one of them iB likely to get the
nomination without striving vigorously
for it. But however earnest may be
the contest, there will not, probably be
any bitterness left behind when the
ncminatiun has been made. If the
Democrats are looking to Republican
divisions to aid them in the next Presi
dential contest they will look in vain,
fir the Republican party ia too wise to
divide its forces so long as the Demo
cratic party threatens to disturb the
peace and prosperity of the country.
and
is
by
to
S.
a
Read thb Repo*i,icax and see where
the assessment lists are posted in the
respective wards, and then go and see if
your name is on the list. If it is not on
then go to the collectors at 602J Market
street, and see if it is on either of the
collector's duplicates. If it is, there
will be a small tax to pay. Pay it,
taking the collector's receipt, and then
yon will he in proper trim for voting
for a President next November. If
your name is neither on the assessment
list hung up in the wards, nor on the
collectors duplicates, then you are not
assessed. In that case procure your
voucher and go before the assessor at
the City Hall on the last Saturday in
January when your name will be put
on, and by payiDg the tax which will

per
was
alter
on
on
btt a sussed to you by the Lwvy Court
which meets in February and March you
will be entitled to a vote.
But reraein
l#*r that in all cages the prepayment of
a county and poor tax is required to
entitle to a vote.
Let everybody look
after their assessment, and if assessed
D
pay their taxes.
If this is done there
will be very little difficulty in voting.
We will publish the places where the
a8BP8BOif*nt lints can bo found,as soon
tiiny are all posted. Look a^ter them
closely.
a.s
clared
p
ol
I)
Thh con cen tii at ion of Russian troops
in Poland is regarded by Austria aud
Germany as a menace, and these pow
-rs intimate significantly that they will
adopt defensive measures if their
D
At
this
(4)
the
pro
test is disregarded. There is good sense
as well as keen satire iu the suggestion
of M. (Jambetta's organ, the "Repub
lique Francaise," that Russia had bet
1-7-tf.
t**r Attend to her internal affairs, and
give up the notion of running out doors
and setting other people's houses
while she has a conflagration to ex
tinguish in her own domestic edifice.
W
laity
eaali
1
W
"
on
IU
Thoooh tiibxb may be abundant
aust-s, we hope there will he no vio
nt outbreak in Ireland, now that the
E iglish Government has really ap
p ared to wake up to the consideration
0 the occasion which its importance
<1 mands, and seems to lie doing what
is necessary at the present time to alle
viate the sufferings of the Irish
ants. A late despatch from London
the danger is at present limited to the
west of Ireland, where there is constant
apprehension of a sanguinary oonfliot.
Starvation is bad enough, but when ac
companied by bloodshed it is doubly
horrible.
W
HituAiIon
ref.
peaa
says
W
aresi
W
and
store
Mixed Beboule.
the
after | the same school room app^ara to biro
of been attended with advantage wker
It ever the system has been adopted. In
to | the college as well as the primary school
th« experiment has been found to work
well. The young ladiea appear to exert
a restraining influence over the conduct
of yeuug men, leading to the mainte
nance of better order and stimulating
eachaex to greater effort to attain thor
onghneae in their atudiea. Both aexea
The education of boy a and girla in
prop
the
Hun
their
was
the
let
been
the
vo
that
tax
the
an
of
re
when in the pretence of each other ap
pear to be put ou their good behavior,
leading to neatnaea of dress, cbasteu.ee
of language, and a deaira to please,
while there have been very few com
plaints of undue familiarity. Thia has
been the experience at Vaaaar, Dela
ware College and other inatitution8.
We therefor# see no good reason why
the eyatem of the co-eduaation of the
aexea ahould not be tried in the high
achool in our city. Iu the boya' de
partment there are many vacant aeata,
while the girla' department ia full and
many pnpils are waiting for admission.
The Board of Education ahould there
fore permit ilia experiment to be made
ao that the vacant aeata shall be occu
pied. We underat&nd that the Super
intendent and other teachers favor it,
and it seems to us that sound policy re.
quirea the trial of a plan that has suc
ceeded so well elsewhere. At any rate
provision should be made for tke
oommodation of the young ladiea who
wish to he promoted, and a new room
should be provided or the aeata in the
boys' department should be Occupied.
ac
Fr^iKleutlul I-.leeton,
A bill has been intioduced in the
New York Legislature providing for the
election of Presidential electors in Con
gressional Districts,leaving two electors
to be voted for throughout the State.
This plan will lead to a division of the
electoral vote in that State: the city
where there are thousands of fraudu
lent votes cast at every election, al
ways going Democratic, and a majority
ot the country districts £°i D 8 Republi.
can. We suppose the electors would
stand by the proposed plan about 20
Republicans and 13 Democrats, which
would effectually prevent the Demooratie
party from electing a President with
the aid they may get from New York,
even with the united support of the
solid South. Made up as a large por
tion ot the city is of vagabonds who
constitute the majority given te the
Democratic party, we think honest men
without regard to party attachments,
will favor a change of the present sys
tem, and if the citizens of the South
were permitted to vote as they wish,we
sheuld favor the adoption of the dis
trict plan by every State in the Union.
hail
ot
will
ilven
c
Also
to
the
Ir Smith had been chosen Governor c|
Maine by the Fusionists yesterday
there was to hav- been
a meeting of
rejoicing last night accompanied with
the ringing of bells and burning
tar-barrels. Senator Rodgers of Penob
scot said, "the crash is coming
tween labor and oapital, and if Mr.
Smith was put in the gubernatorial
ohair we shall see which will win."
is alleged that General Chambarlaiu
would no more rssognije Smith as Gov
ernor than he did Lamson. The ques
tions agreed upon have been submitted
by the Republicans to the Supreme
Court and they await the answer. The
of
the
if
on
the
it,
If
the
at
in
be
It
questious submitted to the Court
given elsewhere in the "Republican.
are
T he; largest dry goods house
In Philadelphia, JOHN WANAM AKER
• rand Depot, fatb St.. Market 'n Ch««tnnt.
I)IVIhE!SI)N.
1VIDEND NOT CE.
Offickok theDki.awark R,r Co )
Dove , i el., i ec. 17 167s. ' j
Tbe usual semi-annual dividend of throe
per cent, on tbe capital stock of this company
was this day doc'ared payable to the stock
roldere or their le -al representatives on and
alter January 2d, 1880, at the office ol the cotn
panytu Dover. M. HAYE.-, Treasurer.
12 20-2taw..-w
IV1DEND.
Office Wilmihotoh Natioation )
January 6, 1880. '(
The Directors have this day declared a dlv
Idend ol ODe dollar and tlfty cents per share
on the capital stock of this company payable
on and alter the lt.th Inst, at 304 Market st
l-« 2taw 2» G. RICH AKDStEN, Treat.
D
of
to
D
IVI DENI).
National Bank of Wilming
ton AND BkaNDVWINK.
Wilmington January 6. 1880. .
I7ie Board ol Directors have this day de
clared a dividend ol hIx per cent., out of the
p onteo the Bank for the last Blx months,
imyahla to the S ockholden on demand, clear
ol all taxes. GEORGE W. SI'AKKS,
17 ' lf Cashier.
I)
1VIDENI)
D
for
NbwpohtNztiosal Bank ,
Nkwpobt. Del., Jan. eth. 1880. (
At a meeting ol the Board of Directors ol
this Bank, held this day, a dividend ot lour
(4) percent, was deolared Irom the profits ol
the last six months. r
JOS. W. H. WATSON, Cabhicr.
1-7-tf.
WANTED.
W A HEN5r.- ,0W ° " rOCK, B *«
The problem la solved. By rood
square treatmeai our tenauta pov
We/au than Jet 111
laity and aatlafaeiorlly with the
who eau save ironhle and
eaali by giving us entire charge of
tlietrproiiertlea. We refer to both
tenant*and owner*.
1 7-10-14-17._IIEAI.lt A C«t.
W ANTED.—TO BUY, TO KENT
exvhaage, a store, or a store uud
" l'il5°lz , ' HEALD it OO.
fi
OK
W ANTED.-A YOUNG MAN WITH 8
!™ e, Uni bu3,n ® 88 experience want* a
HituAiIon ; will worx for small salary; best of
ref. Address A. H., Kbpvblican oltioa.
O
TO
store
pared
friends
The
my
ters
public
W AN l ED.-A WOMAN TO DO DAI KY
work and general housewoik. Ad
aresi D, Kbpiirmcan office, l-13.3t»
W ANTED.—AMIDDi.E AGED WHITE
woman as cook and a girl for general
Housework. Must b good wasberand lrener
and coma well rcoominended. Abbly at the
store fbK. corner Front and Orange streets.
F
uivitinn.
In
in
^SKAND
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, I MO.
OPERA HOUSE.
HERE THEY COME,
HERE TlltY COM E,
THE GREAT
THE ONLY.
THE (HIE 'T,
The only,
WILSON,
W1LM1N, :
WILSON,
HARLOW, :
HAoL <W,
HARLOW,
PKiJVIROSE At WEST'S
PRIMROSE A WESTS
PK1 tiKnSE A WEST'S
MAMMOTH MINSTRELS.
MAMMOTH MINSTRELS.
flfl-En.torsed hv the press «nJ the nubile
as the REST ever seen. A Complete \ ictory
lor the People's Favorites.
MAKE WAY
FOR THE KINO FINS OF MINSTRELSY.
Reserved seats n.iw ready at the usual
1-12 6t
place
QRANDOPERA HOUSE.
Mr. John D. Mlahler has th* pltitiure of
presenting at the Opera House on
| JANUARY 7, l *•
SATURDAY LVN'G JANUARY ' • >
JANUARYJ
.88 j.
Ineutly Successful Comedian ad
Character Actor,
MILTON NOBLES,
MILTON MHiLFtt,
MILTON NURLES,
The l
MILTON NODUS,
MILTON NOHLfcS,
MILTON NOULtS,
Supported by hla powerful
COMEDY COMBINATION,
Appearing In the original dram at I o ipoclil
ties with which ho i nine has become In
fo Hrat)!/ linked—when will tie pr
fho popular American Rlelodruma by 5111.
TON NOHLES, entitled
UtMl
O'
THE PEG:MX..
'HE PHg:\ix.
THE FlitENlX.
T tK PH O'*. NIX.
THE PHO'.MX.
A ME PHCEN1X. ^ | Of
I
Carro'l (Graves, i
Jim Biudsee, <
Ab played by him over 1,000 time*.
Prices 85.10, and Tocti. Diagrai
place.
MIL ION NOBLES.
il
1-14-4:
pllOF. R. L. QUINTON,
Five Illustrated lectures on
"CHRISTIAN At: HJEOLOOY."
"CHRISTIAN AKOh-ACOLOG*. "
These It ctures are devoted largely to deport lo
tions of the lives of the Christians of the flret
three centurier, concerning which
hail been recently discovered through the aid
ot the seience of Archaeology. Tbe lectures
will all be liberally Illustrated w.ththeOxy
Hydrogen light.
'Particulars bj to time and place will be
ilven In a le•* days.
much
12-m-tt
COAL.
c
UAL AND WOOD.
I have In stock a superior article ol
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
OF ALL SIZES, WELL'.CLEAN BID,
the ton,
ZM
■M
•M
IBS
Guaranteed 2.4u
Which I will sell at
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Also largest *1.60 load kindling wood In olty.
Tolephonlc connection with all parts ol oily.
JOHN FONDER,
FOOT OF FOURTH ST. 12 26 tl
c|
of
Mr.
£JOAL, COAL, COAL.
LEHIGH AND KOHINOGK COAL'
LEHIGH AND KOHINOGK
BEST FAMILY COAL,
CAREFULLY PREPARED,
Especially for our retail sales.
PROMPTLY DELIVERED IN CELLARS,
of
be
It
AT LOWEST MARKET FRIOE
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE
CHARLES WARNER & CO.,
MARKET STREET WHARF.
B
UY YOUK
Uoall! < »nl! Coal 1
—VRCM THB—
WILMINGTON IOE AND COAL'' OO.
Office, 2 Em Kccon.l afreet,
Best In this city; prepared for lamlly
full weight
23d0 fts per ton guaranteed.
J^NTERPKISE COAL!
No;ismlly should be without It.
use
IT 1S|;SUPERI0K To;ALL OTHERS.
WDc
i't fall to give It a irlal-^»
2240.lbs to the{ton.
PRANK D. (7LAYTON,
ORANGE AND WATER STREETS.
12-3-t*
Wilmington,"Dei.
^|EO. W. BUSH St SON,
FRENCH 8TKEET WHARF,
Call spelful attention to their hard, pure,
SHENANDOAH COAL
SHENANDOAH COAL
Prepared lor Family use. Also .0 their
BROOKSIDE L'YKtNS TALLEY,
Superior to all other coals lor Bskeri aud
for opeu grates.
lOAL AND LIME.
AL AND LIME, COAL AND LIME,
YAKD FOOT OF WEST STREET.
YARD FOOT OF WEST STKEEI,
JOHN W. GRIFFITH,
Wilmington, Del.
(
fi
CIA)
1-7-tf
orSTEBM.
O
YSTEKS! OYSTERS!
TO THE I'URI JO.—Having remodeled my
store at Sixth and Orange streets, i ara pre
pared at all hours of the day to furnish my
friends with the best lee cream and oysters.
The oyster season having now arrived, it Is
my intention to sell none but first class oys
ters and at prices within the reach of all
Hoping to still continue receiving a share ol
public patronage. I Remain Yours.
9 26-3md CHARLES K YLE.
NOS.
F ashionable dressmaking
1026 Market street. 12-oet
T
DMT fiOOIM.
L. LICHTENSTEIN.
MO.
M
COATS
COATS
Cl »ATS
COA'I S
COATS
CLOSING OUT.
OLO INC OCT.
CLOSI G UUT.
O 'ATS
COATS
COATS
COATS
OOA I'S 35 IMPuKTED COATS*
Cl »Ars
COATS
COATS
COATS
Of »ATS
COATS
COATS
C >ATN
coats coats
COATS COATS
:
COATS
COA 'S
COATS
Cl »ATS
COATS
COATS
COATS
COAfS
3ft IMPORTED
SB IMPORTED
LADIES* IJOATn;
LADIES'DO A N.
LADIE.V U<»AT>,
LADH-.V I JO A TS,
of
—ami—
>
DOLMANS,
DOLMA'S,
DOLMANS,
DOLMANS,
DO I MANS,
dolmans,
dolmans
DOLMANS,
j.
At a Reduction of 16
l or cent.
110 LADIES' AND MISSES'
110 LADIES' A D MISSES'
COATS.
O' A1 .
COrVTS.
COM'S,
coats.
coats.
coats,
coats.
coats,
• OATN.
COATS,
COATS.
COATS
COA IS
COATn
COA a 8
| Of RomeniO ManuLc ure,
duted j» Ico*.
I
at greatly re
MISSED
OATS,
M'S, S' CO Ail'S,
Aj .S I; ' < ATS,
All'SEN' COA . S,'
ALL SIZES, ALL SlZfS
ALi# SIZE.-, A LI# SIZE**,
all SIZE-*,
ALL SIZES,
FROM 2.00 UP.
FROM 2.00 UP.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
GREAT l-At.Gal sin
great bargains in
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Our
N.
N.
OUINET'S
GUINET'H
GUI NET'S
OUINEr'3
BLACK BILKS.
BLACK sjlks,
BLACK S.LKS,
black silks,
black silks,
BLACK SILKS,
BLACK SILKS
black silks,
To OIo! • Jail Importation.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
M. L. L1CHTENSTE N
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
J.
ZM MARKET ST..
■M MARKET ST.
•M MARKET ST.
IBS MARKET ST.,
•M MARKET ST.,
HO MARKET MT„
■JM 111 ARK ET ST.!
•L« MARKET ST.,
10-26 WILMINGTON DEL.
olty.
oily.
tl
RAND CLOSING-!
WALK! SALE! SALE! SILK! SALK'
SALE! SALM
OUT
SALE I SALE
SALE!
PREVIOUS TO our ANNUAL
TAKING, FEB. 1ST.
STOCK
DRY GOODS
DRY GOODS
DRY GOODS kn0 " 8 that U ' ere h '* been a
DRY GOOD'S lar " 0 ,d,,nco ln allklndsoi
DKY GO°JS 0oU °"' Llnen and Woolen
PJfY G<;OlA i'abrloi. We
DKY GOODS
Every Intelligent
person
now selling.
DRY GOOl B ,,ld HN1 co " tlnde t0 (el1 until
DKY GOODS ° Ur ,,rosent 8t0<!k '* dosed Tut
DRY GOODS Dla " T k,:id ' 0f - ooda t euch~ae
DKY GOODS MUSLINS PRINTS Pi.Iiv
dSy JloODS
DRY HOCUS
DKY GOODS
DRY GOODS of to-day
DKY GOODS
DKY GOOl S their
DRY GOODS _
DRYGOODS them " elvc * 01 thlsopportunlty
DRY GOODS '° r< ' I ' k ' n " h ttt " W I' rlces -
DRY GOODS ' " " LAST i OT OF PBIn'tS
DitY GOODS
DRY GOODS
DRV GOODS
DKY GOOJJS
DRY GOODS Ladle8 ' Gent ' 8 an(J A 11 " 8 ®*''
DRY GOODS
DKY GOODS _
DKY GOODS 6cta * 11 1'Mr,worth Jrom 10 to 12^
I)RV GOODS
CLOAKS
oLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS _
CLOAKS Woare C,08,D K out tremen
CLOAKS d ° U< redBollon fron> regular prices.
OLO AKS Y ° U ° a " bBy fr ° m "* f0r * do1 '
SH&S8 lar " a * 00d and beautiful Cloidu
cloaks
CLOAKS P rlces will really
CLOAKS e,<>ry tl " > " lfhtrul and Intelligent
CLOAKS CUBtomer who 18 at a " *'«nl»ar
CLOAKS WUtl th<> TalU ° ° r t,le ' e k° odf -
CLOAKS
CLOAKS DUKfNO THE MONTH OF
CLOAKS JANUARY *
Ol.OAKS
CLOAKS We pio.oie airing
CLOAKS
Much under the current prices
People will show
w l fl dom by availing
AT 6UTS. A YAKD.
beautiful stylus'
HO.SE, HOSE,
ai»
JZt*
LADIES' AND MISSES'
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
CLOAKS! O DO AKs 1
left
■urprise
numerous
nf'2U£l? cu8ton) «™ a ' d the pubi c genw!
l/LUAKo
clsUaIvm ally
CLOAKS
opi ortunltj to positively
CLOAKS " ate m °" er ' bT p ,a »' 8 * on em
CLOAKS counters
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
(
GENUINE BARGAINS
In many kinds ol
cloakS i,ky •u°i«. drygoods -
Balance ol our
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CIA) AKS
HOLIDAY GOODS,
VERY CHEAP TO CLOSE.
RESPEOTr UI.LY,
At
*o?k
We
CItOJHY fc HILL
CROSBY ti DILL,
<-01
S
U>Q<
«n
NOS. 259 ANI) m MARKET 8TREEJ
Alfl) mb MARKET BlftBEI
WILIUNffTuN. DEI...
T
•/
CLOTH Iff U.
t^PEUIAI, ANNOUNCEMENT.
FOJt DEO KM HER 1879,
HY WILMINGTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
Our immense sales during the
'ATS
past three
month, hu codUbw.i u, that th. cltliana of
Wilmington and the P.nlnsula have
that we have
UNEQUALLED FACILITIES
TO PRODUCE GOOD CLOTHING
learned
AT LOWER PRICES
baa any ol
our ooinyetUcra, and notwlth
Undlag tbe great advawea In woolen., we
will continue to .ell „ ur good, during Ha
oemher at our
VERY LOW FRIOES.
We have a tieitar stock of
OVERCOATS AND ULSTERETTS
Than wa have before exhibited a
opening New loisju.t received tills
and they are the Luteal InFattorn
Do not fail to examine thorn.
Being connected wuTLn. „l 0 ,e beat whole
sale establishments oMNe*r York,our 3 ek ol
MEN'S, YOUTHS, HOYS
(
r.oe our
veok,
and Style.
5
ANi * ** H1LDRBN S SUITS
Will lie kept lull In each department until the
116th Inat., as well as In our
OVERCOAT DEPARTMENT.
Vlalt our Establishment i
8
and you will be con
\lnced by the great Inducement*
that we appreciate your
coming our patron
wo ofler
oo-operation by be
nd thuj keeping us the
LEADING CLOTHING HOUSE
LEADING CLOTHING LOUSE
AND MERCHANT TAILORING
LlSHMENT
AND MERCHANT A1 LURING ESTAH
L1 HA1ENT
ENT A 14
AS-OfourUU* iimlstate*fc»
Our place THE
WILMINGTON CLOTHING HOUSE,
WILMINGTON Ota .T HING HOUSE.
N. W. CORNER Fourth AND MARKET
N. W. CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET
Wlimingu.u, Delaware,
JOHN W. IUEFENDORF,
JOHN W. D1EFENDOHF,
406
4u6
T
A
Manager.
N. B.-U, H. Davis, Walter Clemens
J. S, Shinn are associated with
and
TEAS
-
me.
—___J W. I). M;i nag or.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
0HAKI.12j HEEHNER,
HOLIDAY GOODi I HOLIDAY GOODS I
Ladles aud Genu
4^* GO LI) WATCHES-®*
a
GENTS SILVER WATCHES.
Alao a new and,well selected *tock
Oi
Tut
JEWELRY,
JEWELRY.
Silver and silver-plated Ware,
Silver and Sliver plated Ware.
JEWELRY,
JEWELRY,
UL' CKS, SPECTACLES, AC.
OLOCKS, SPECTACLES) AC.
Call and See,
Cali and See,
Call and'Kee,
Call and .See,
NJHAHLFB HEEHNER,
CHARLES HEEBNEkI
« , mauki-t-st.
«I3X MARKETjaT.
«13>4 MARKET ST.
#13>4 MARKET .ST.
12-6-tl
JgAYNAKD A DAWSON—JEWELRY.
Have Attneir store,
ai» MARKET ST ' 229 MA,<KKT ST.,
JZt* MARKET ST., 22U MARKET ST.|
A full assortment ol
WATCHES,
watches!
SILVERWARE
MLVEllWAKt.;
CM IOKS,
CLOCKS,
JEWELRY.
JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES,
SPECTACLES,
OPE a A GLASSES, ao., whloh they are
And
12
SELLING AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Both being praothnl workmen
left wlt^them will receive careful
all work
attention.
THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND
best ass6rtmentof
DKY GOODS,
DKY GOODS,
HOSIERY
HOSIERY
—AND—
NO 1 1(4 S,
notions)
NO IONS, f
no 1 ions' I
°S»!a I Sh!a < .' dren8 Und rwcar,
xsoor*, sin e* nd Hub tr.< < rock r -w,r«
Floor W ' 4re Tinwftr °- ThbU M^irand
TUeie
16
OIL CLOTHS.
OIL CLOTHS.
STAIR, ENTRY, If IMP AND
INGRAIN
A K PEI 8,
At very low prlcr
*o?k and m u wi
We are sollinif as
<
•'Did examine our
iiao
H LliU
and m* ney.
e e-'pest.
ADAM
BROTH' R,
<-01 Market i,ec ■ Wark* sir -
S WING IY1 i7v7' |^A iHn'ii m l
tXcflANfIED. A'o<fnns pistols anV
U>Q< * " r .- 8 h H, f a - ,;cl1 hangirnt, tools, bolt out
«n rim n and hoilr%. .1 jv. i.'m ' 1 ii
11 K Seooad street.
nd
I
flky uoona,
p US8ELL k BPKNCiSH,
CLOAKS GREAT anum.
CIV AKS r p,(,V.VC n,, N IN "
CLOAKS P«lCks, *«
CIV I AKS .
CUMK8 Zi Zl! r V' k '' 'o
flumes uioX K? nu '
Cl.OAKS '»
'cloaks
C CUIA K K, e? re "?
ci, AKS
CUJAKS
CLOAK* '**'•*"'
babuains"
One lot of plain CLOAK 4 u* .
AH wool CUMKS
beaveks. cloa K k S s
IS S
SBf'WlWSS &?{§> =
Fringe, $7 61. Vi ?. K . S -~|
_ CLOAKS _J
>ne lot of plain All. Cf" a K rr S . —
wool lleayer, elegant- Vi A Ks - -
ly trimmed at tu.uu, CLOAKS
CJ-fiKS
cloaks
'.'■AKs
CL,A lts
three
of
ATTENTION''
we
Ha
ol
(
Also a fow sixes ot
CHILDREN'S COATS,
To be closed out
5 H AwK ° Ur tnUre ""orthwot u ^
SHAWLS dlUm " nd l0W f ,rlre ' 1 SHAWS;
s"aSm tK,,h,, "« lea '»l double, to bo kR
AH AWL 4 at a great saerlfloo.
regardless ol
CORt.
RUSSELL h. SPENCER, j
30fl MARKET ST.
MARKET Jr
T t SI' OPENED.
An elegmt atook ol
bilk AND LI-EN
BUJ£ AND LINEN
Pocket Booki, p,„ (;ulhaon»|
fichus, ruffijngs
FIC11U»; RBFFLINuS;
Boahlea an end leas varlctj ol
FANCY AND USEFUL
Suitable for the approaching
HOLIDAYS
chhisiuas Holidays
TIFs, AO au
ties, au. ao
ARTICLES,
At very low prices.
S. H. STA ATS,
S. H. STAATB,
406 MARKET* ST.
4u6 MARKET Sr.
406 MARKET SI
406 MARKETS!
_teas and corvEtN.
T SSO-S TO V FOR T AND O
A- WHICH HKASB (10 TO
ORIFPEN'S FOR T EAS AND
CDFFt'l
and
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
-TEAS
- *1 KAS
- TEAS
- I'EAS
CHOICE TEAS,
FiNE OFFICES,
PURE SPICES,
BEST'SUGARS.
We being the lurgrut del
ers In Tuns and (Wa n
able to give consumer!* bett
goods lor less money thi
any other Home In Uie ell
TEAS or elsewhere.
TEAS
TEAS
THY OPR
26C.OO ri-EE,
a...... A1, l>
1EAS 60 AND 600. TEAS.
JEAS 60 AND 600. TEAS
T tkas choi ° ej ava.
I
an AND 33cm
("AS Best36 centser31
TEAS lor $1,00.
CHOICE
MAKAOA1BOS teas
AND TEAS
vs . L h A . 5J ,,AYKAS ' TKAt '
Vft aofl 28 cent*, best TEA#S
30#«nt«, equal to or TEAS
better than the Java
*ol<J elsewhere lor 36
centa ]>er pound.
teas
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
TEAS
IE AS -
TEAS -
TEAS -
TEAS -
IE AS
Tl* AS
TEAS
COFFEES,
COFFEES,
FREiH ROASTED,
FRESH ROASTED,
Every day.
t 'BIF , 'EN , S TEA STOKES,
«C.3W. THIRD ST. and
NO. 6 E. SECOND STREET.
RED FRONT
only three doors from Market
street. Li.uk lor name.
Don't forget BED FRONT.
TE
DKUUS , memiuimen. mi.
JMETY.YEARS! FIFTY YEARS!
OLD AND RELIABLE!
FHTABLI8HED....~..
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS
Receive especial attention,
luily compounded from the most rella
ll
and are
medicines by thoroughly competent aJ£li
ants, (graduates ol the Philadelphia d
iege ol Pharmacy) and families suppbl
with drugs ol
a superior quality at
Z. JAMES BELT, DRUGGIST,
SIXTH AND MARKET STREPlS.
A ttention.— aii persona dc^n
pure Drugs or Chemicals, or wli
mSLfhai 611, P rescr, I ) Donfl or private receij
.'^"'IX'Unded ol pure materl*
should go to the drug store ol
H, K. KRlNGHUltST,
No. 817 x^larket street,
Wilmington, I*}.
TOBAC CO AND €I«Akn.
gEGAKS AND TOBACCO.
I have smoked those
HAVANA AND YAKA SEOAXS
OF H. M.'mULLIN'S,
And will say they may be equalled hot uj
excelled. You can also procure a sujierl^™
cnewlng and Smoking Tubaoco iroaih^^B
1'ftke tbe sdvloe ol one who knows end w
12 28-tf 409 W. FRONT STREET.
6-10 tl
UMOOEMIEff.
if
gTKONO
AND MILD
ROASTED COFFEE,
26 CENTS PER POUND.
BLACK, GREEN, JAPAN AND MIX
team at
60 CENTS PER POUND.
TUeie goods are unexcolled In purlty,«to«N
and flavor, by any in the city at the
price. Ty them and be
eoovlhosd or tbe (act.
great western tea comp* 1 *
W. K. BOWMAN, Manager,
16 E SEC ND ST.,
*1
.*■.
111
16 E. SECOND &
Wilmington, Delaware.
Our assortment of tbe finer grade^of J'
nd Coffee, and perfectly pure pepP®h f!
I loes generally, la one ol the best. I $
AT OUST 1'° 01
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