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sffl&jteasa jTjA <4IJS Kn 1 iStejSsjifi) Sm* *?! wuhlektos: H* 1 - S!i«* *"f. » MuEmted Saw* 01 s " w * k SgySf fin Ill p. ®* « Jt: 9.11 9. ^10, rs&SBB. *• K: I-®' nVS unday trsIM-_ «*$&&»»» ^■SSS&isras sg-tfawf-BK a? i" £ «•! *** b-'raiSTT KiSi. Western B.B.: ••»>*•»• y-Lwiwi**™* L,uv * rattAB * ^, • ~ fUIA. , .if M r and WMblngton 9^* Ba 1145,11.80 r- B. 0» 8an i 4 & , «.(1.00, «.«,11.60 p.m. . K.SJmIiJ and Market Bltt-eis: 7.30 MjSTuS. 10.0 P u. •'» Mm 1,10. _ t«K SOU!. a.. LW. li i. it l.W Etu» gssliels of Vino Lime, poll STONE WORK. sold low. Apply to JOIIS FUN HER, n '.MIY I.A.NI) AVENUE. City . ASPLENDHIfH 1LD1NO ijrojmo et. Oo MHlpInaaclstoll leetlrual. 176 ie«t deep: curbed noiii. and trees set oat; com esttnslv# view ol tbe Doi&wsre g. the city. Terms very easy sad very Mamet ami Water au. I 200 llUhbE Will he 414-lw sail ■hLK-KaUK t'H A.NCE—STOOK |y< fixtures ol a Urpt class livery stable, l-rntldns lor forty-five horses. Tweu Iperoanent boirders. Howl hack trade. [Vdifher business. LdriiN. Muoeath St., Phlla., Fu. I sale,-A PRETTY PLACE AT J'«D Hill. nt*r Rising Pun : In good ''"''"Tkaldaco., yyjMH 7th und Mairket. IfiLY-A FRAME HOUSE M2 lUbut "reel; wilt be sold low and icfommodaun*. Inquire at <17 Ka«t liINt. 442-Utt SALl SIX •'«) ACJtES OF IIKAVY li*Mk ; 5 miles from tuib' olty. i;r!j to EVANS FENNINaTON, J. 6E. 8th rt. [sale-A 1x07 46^x100 FEET ON iirhifietoa street between Third and [urtflU. FKAZEK A CO. HJ'i Market Blreot. SALK—A GOOD F1VK ROOM :■« bine. In S^rnh Wilmington. Not »e; wanted. ALos lot ol good sas'' ilt'jalrool J. K. BABOtMIK, N, K. coruoi ol 2nd and King. HOK SALE OHLAF. APPLY Met it. 4-2*..*t* MLE.-A DESIRABLE BUILD lioi near tbe N. Ii . Second and "Hi. Inquire Oil Orange st.4-27-&( ALfc-ATKA8rBfi MX S STABLE it**, rt. above Fourth, bay mare 13 4-27-itt ft mx years old. ft mx years FOR KENT. RKW-AT A VERY LOW PRIOR application b« mad® at once, the two won VinBuren st. above flth; bav Ipcrcii, largo front and side yards; 11 t s-mi oold water ; beater in cellar; %lyt» HAUL AN (MUSE, Front and Tutna'I. ■ lOf.-THE LARUK, WELL nt9ihfiuse. 608 W. 10th st, formerly dty J. P. Wells; will l»e put In good w reDted low forth© balance ol the HEALI) & CO., * 7tli and Market. ;ra.VT.~fHK TWO OFFICFB s. '■w'.aiMd Shipley «*8., lately (K*nu J H. Fraser A Co., aa law and real J'i-. DR. II. OAKKKTr, a 229 Shipley ft. WT.-EMHT ROjM HOUSE iwita'eUQd Soo ! t bih., near the alty k«Harden and splomlld summer re* Wipt;month trom good tenant, . M1LS.T1LHH V1AN, No. 14 Wawaset Ft. Of old a ed was The ber and and it ' M.-A FURNISHED HOUSE, 1 1 in Brandywine lid., two miles « A poly to HHS. JOSEPH! NE HUNTER, Cherry Hill, Md. • i hWT.-A FUUN1B1IEU Nl.NE P -V'llera houae In splendid loca PJ^ra: Wiper month. H. O.J., 4*83*6 HOT-STABLE W'TH TWELVE f yard, shedding ond office, Cl'**', * r lumber yard, at 16th and l to HENRY DAN BY, ^09 Shipley Htreet | K ?M BAi,E!ttKNT °F STORE l«feet: suitable lor JJff'top* Inquire ^ ■ BUSH, French st. wharf. Of stoky bki ° k ftoh r i ,trB01 - contains nlue WJW THOMAS JOHNSON, L . _ Ni ) .6^ wcHt Thlni etrost. WANITKB. Rr® AN EXFEl.lLNUEIJ WIU! hfS'Uiaher. J^«™»UCA5 offleo. 4 -FT-atf W l mril B hJ E<K,lt -" K WOM AN ' n '"»' b* xood »i w5nSj"" ' " eo<1 n<11 with 3tf y-b.-A girl fob <«•» ?"*'"'i good ref. required; "• 4 87-Xt* GROWN 4-2741 tf •work^IJLLFOU « Waalilcgt 30 81 . 437 At to'"* SHOEff. BARBErr A SON, -- Newport, Del. tbe from _time l ":i"««n D m f l (,K A * AN LO- the .MdraaS # HOLL1NGS to [ "'Ship.,, #t , or * rollings vlng Nsrr®--4-37-at* _ on hlkn , NTfD --nr PRIVATE thus Mt ' J01 6i gouts. Address 108 an - - 4-a7 ' 8t * r , '<itsn^ Tlil, .-THKEE ME- will Uoi'-- 1 _ 't. 4-37-3l| h'„" s WaKthUZat ... U ^ __ 4 !«ii NU of tS'in^rSPo 1 ' BGABD AND m 1 «nch st. 4-S1M3G f[ltl*tt WAt| TED AT 806 8HIP 4 311m ttll. l!" Ap betKBisu. sal fully dry red >8 — THEIR pianos rf.tiir'ni.t'H'James sheho, it ' All * | 'i M n o.*il!? "iMTlSlj 7U KING ST. I} 412-2W* 'it'teANT ROOMS FOR ,th '1- 4 3*Ot* Vile IUn •liver. ' The cue of Mary 8. Oliver against Simon Cameron, for breach of promise to marry, In whieh a verdlot for the do fendaut aae returned a year age, vaa taken np in the Supreme Court of the Olatiiot Columbia in general term on Monday, on tha appeal of the plaintiff. Messrs. Peter and Darnellle appeared for the plaintiff,who with her Kentucky lawysr.Mr. Torey.was absent, and den. Bntler and Messrs. Cook, Cole and Rid die for the defendant. The plaintiff had leavoto prosecute her ipptal with out printing tbereoord.but at the open ing Col. Cook handed a printed eopy te each of the three dodges and the oppos lng counsel. The principal exceptions on whioh the case was appealed were the admission of the testimony ol Mr. Riddle, who was Mrs. Oliver's council before she brought the snit and whose evidence completely broke down her case ; the admission in evidence of the receipts given by Mrs. Oliver for the Bouev paid to her by Senator Cameron in fall Satisfaction of all demands, and the charge of Judge Cartter that If the jury believed she bad testified falsely in one instance they should disbelieve her whole evidence. Mr. Peter opened the case for the widow with a brief argn men', during which hssurprised every H)Ue and especially Mr. Riddle by read ing from a lecture which be delirered l»for« the law department of Howard University when a professor there in 1873, eutitled 'J.a« Students and law yers," and had presented to the liar Association library. In this he states that "the lawyer hears histories and chronicle* of the innev lives cf men and women, ejpecially women, and the con fessiwnsl itself should nr»t be more redthau tbenarratives eoedded to him.' Colonel (took followed, holding that the exceptions taken were fatally defective 1 j that they failed to set forth what the testimony really was, it being all as sumed and nothing before this court to show what it was, He defended Mr. Riddle's course on the ground that he was not Mrs. Oliver's attorney when the revelations were made to him that hs testified to. Mr. Darneille followed, closing the case, which was then sab milted to Ilia court. tin. Pram li ■ 4 awUldaie. Spoola.l to lb« Now York Tinios. Washisows, April 2ii.—Bebator Lo gan returned to Washington to-day. He was at once besieged by Senators who were anxiens to hear from him th* real conditica of affairs in Illinois. Oeu. ieigau wss nearly all the afternoon tho centre of an interested group in the eloak-remns, who were eager ia their inijuiries about Grant. Gen. Logan raid that Grant talked very freely to him npon general topics bat that peli. tios wore ignored by both ol them. Gen. Grant had said nothing to him about his candidacy, "but," said Gen. Logan to one questioner, "you may rest as surod of one thing—Gen. Grant will not withdraw, under any oirenmstaa ces." . One questioner in the group a bout Gen. Logan, asked: "It has been repeatedly said, General, that Grant would withdraw after the first ballot in case he does not receive enongh votes to Dominate him. in other worda, he will not be a candidate if there is any thing like a dote ooutest. Ia this true?*' Gen. Logan's reply to this was very emphatic. He said: "Goa Grant is in tho hands of his frienus, and they will not withdraw him until he is beaten, no matter bow many ballots are taken. That is the whole case, emphatic statement of the Illinois Sena tor wa, a surprise to many who bad an idea that Geu. Grant would not be a condidate in case there was anything like a general contest. Indeed, this has been a very general opinion among politicians here of both parties. This statement is taken by,the Biaino peo ple to mean that Grant's Iriends are henceforth to be aggressive, and that they intend to oocupy a footing of fight ing equality with the other contestants. This very A Nelebary'e Treabaduara. This brilliant com dy company will perform in the Opera Hons here to-night Of the performance the N. V. Krening Mail says: "Some women are snoh adepts in the art of dressing that, os a French took serves an excellent meal oat ot odds and ends, they can bo use and embel lish old materials to create a new and charming costume, and a clever racon teur will get more entertainment for his hearers from a familiar anecdote than another might obtain from the newest and most humorous story. Saisbnry's Tronbadours have the nack of using old matter in "the newest kind of ways" and with immense efi'eot, as was shown last evening by the constant and hearty laughter and tho spontaneous and earnest applause which greeted their first performance on their second appearanoe in the city. Th* andiqnoe filled Haverly's Theatre and critical as a large portion *f it was; the aotors lack ed nothing cf the approbation which was due them for their efforts t* amuse. The oeoseleus rattle of fan and th* wealth of absurdity which crowds the piece, from a lively setting for a num ber of "speciality" inoidonts. Sslsbury's Troubadours are always popular, because they afford lots of fan and nonsense of the meet inneesut kind and "The Brook," will oertainly be as great a favorite with the publio as when it was seen, heard and langhed at be fore." to ■evenly three Mile* eo Hear. The Daw locomotive reoantly ballt by tbe Baldwin works for the Readiug railroad company made a formal trip from Philadelphia to Jersey City and back, with a train of oars, last week, successfully made the running ninty minutes each way. Bat the engine was sent back to the faetory to h&7e B0m8 repair8 " ad l *° 'I 1 ,® d . ri ' vlng w heela, to prevent their slipping on the rails. The maximnm speed thus far has been seventy three miles an hour, whereas the contract oalla for seventy-five miles, whioh it is expected will be attained when the difficulties mentioned are overeome. This pioneer engine is expeoted to beoome the type of the future American locomotive. SIX ( lcopetra-e Needle. In the Cabinet meeting yesterday, a communication was read from oar Con sal at Alexandria, Bgypt, saying that Cleopatra's Needle had been snoeeea fully launched and taken aroand to tbe dry dook, whenoe it would be transfer red to tbe vessel in which it is t* be brought tp the United States. As two Bgyptian vessels oooupied the wherf, wis expeoted some time would elapse before the Needle oould be started on out dei/aw AM; cur letter. The Kite of ('4aa ratal taa-Uenecri do- -Traele the Caaal-Eailread vaa HHeh—heau—A new Departnre. the Special Uo.-rupondene* of Uie Republican. on IiauwAai: Cirr, Del., April 26, '80. Yesterday, at the Kplaoopa! Choral, Bishop Lee administered the rite ef confirmation to live persons: Miss Lonlsa Rloe, Miss Alioe Phillips,— Rid- daughter of the Pastor—Mr. Gill, an elderly gentleman, tome sixty years of age; Hr. Uliltr »r.d his daughter JtUa. The oeremonles attending the condr te mation were not only of a very solemn nature, bnt very interesting. Although it is looked upon as merely an external observance, the candidates virtually and in fact ooaseerate themselves to the work of the master, A recherche affair will come off at Alexander's Hall on Thursday evening the 6th of May. On that evening the oolored people connected with St. Peter's M. K. Church will give a con oert and exhibition which will surpass anything of the kind that ever toek in place in our town. They have arranged ijuite a lengthy programme. Mot the least interesting part of the entertain meet will be the refreshments which will be served during tbe evening. Our mule teams and tugs are taxed to their utmost capacity in towing through the canal an unusually large number of vessels, barges, and rafts. The lumber of which the rafts are made up ia the llnest I think I ever saw; very many of the vessels also are laden with lumber, principally white and yellow pine. Home few of the various vessels carry only oyeter she.'a con leogth. Owners of vacant houses, too, Is efc, Wo signed to Foasylvania parties, who turn them into lime. There beams to bs a hitch somewlisre a bo ut operating onp Railroad, and those who a few weeks ago were jubi lant over the prospect of its soon being pnt in operation go about with their faces drawn out in an indescribable Th are not in near as good spirit as they were, and rather than see their house's remain idle are williug to take consid ably less rent for them; but the great sticking poin is: where are tbe tenants te come from when such a dullness and want of enterprise permeate almost the entire commerce. Our genial and jovial friend's Amour, who keeps a]tirst class restaur aut on Clinton street, has taken a aew departure, and tells the people—ou bit bulletin board, chalked in bis most atlis'.ic style be has for sale Ho-Mhld Pies. Are Mlnlag Tialalag Mlv Alalanta. A despatch to th«London - Tiines'from I'ortauionth gays: "No news has b«en received In reference to the missing training ship Atalanta, and even those who have hitherto been most sanguine are begining to lose heart. The Chan nel squadron is now on its way to Ban try Bay, its searches at the Azores having evidently proved fruitless. The ships are expected to arrive in the bay abont the fitk of May, were, poesibly, farther orders may await Admiral Hood. The only hope ns to the safety of the Atalanta consists in the desper ate suppositieu that she may hare been driven far te the north, aid the public will not rest satisfied until an exami nation of the coasts »f Greenland and Iceland has been made." I-atewt All Hnlxbte Templar RMcpMta. To-morrow evening St. Paul's Com ■andry, No. 3, K. T., oolored will give its Drat reception in the Institute Ball. The exeroiaes will consist ef a concert, drill and marok. Harmony Grand Lodge, of the State ef Delaware, and tbe Grand Kncampment, Masonic Knights Templar, and the subordinate esmraandries ef Philadelphia bave*e«n invited. The Mt. Ternon Cornet Band has been engaged for the occasion. POLITICAL i'ARMi T O THE Vt/TEKB OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY! FOB SHEK1FF—PHILIP B. CLABK, NSW CASTLK HCNDIUSD, Sebjoct o tho decision ol tho Boimbilcas 119-11 party ol New Castle county. 1%80 UR SHERIFF. F To thh Ketublican Votbrs or New Oab FL* COf »TV—UJ JIKTLRMBN .* 1 again Oft Or myself an a candidale lur ftherltt ol Nov/ Uaa tlo county, subject to the decision of the Re publican party. 1 promise my support to the auooesslul nominee. Thankful for post favor I Remain Koapectmlly yours, James martin. •i 0 d-wtf T O THE VOTERS OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. FOR SHERIFF—FRANCHS H. LAW. or ciiiiiSTiANA nuaroRKD. Subject to the declBion ot the Republican party ol New Castle countj 1860. 8-ll lmd * O THE VOTERS OF MEW CASTLE COUNTY! T Ornti.kmjsn I again offer mvseir as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, suhieot to tbe decision ol the Republican nomination, and solicit the support of inv friends. williamT h. pierce, Wilmington Hundi* A 2-27-tJ_ R SHERIFF F° The undersigned offers himself as a oandl date© lor the Republican nomination lor Sheriff ef New Castle County, and while so liciting the votes of his fellow cltlaons lor the office, pledges himself to support the nominee whoever he may be. S. H. CHC >ATE, Whit© Clav Creek Hundrv«l. (JAw-tf U SHERIFF. P° TTie undersigned offars himself as a ©and i date for the Republican nomination foi Sheriff of New Cattle county, and while eo lfelting the votes ol his fellow cltJaens lor the office pledgee himself to cordially support " nominee whoever he may be. M. H. PAXSON, Pencttoer Hundred lng the 3-11-1 wd-Omw B < HI no N lilt. F° The undersigned odors himself os a eandl date Mr the Republican nomination lorOor* ner, ol Now Oost.e ooimty. At tbe snow tl m hat he will be thanktHi to every man lor h ote, he pledge* himself to snopiet the s u eeatnl nominee. 3 17-d w WM. H1UKE Y OKKOli, SZGDfi, HENDERSON'S BEST Golden Wax Bean, (New.) , (Black Seed,) Wax, (White Vermu Wax Seed.) EARLY VALENTINE, EARLY YELLOW SIX WEEKS, PREMIUM FLAT DUTCH CABBAGE, (Very euperlor.) PREMIUM HEAD, DRUM HEAD SAVOY, AND ALL EARLY VARIETIES, EARLY NAK KA GAN SETT CORN, CROSBY'S EXTRA EARLY, EARLY ADAMS, DARLING EARLY, EARLY EGYPTIAN, (New.) STOWELL'S EVERGREEN, MAMMOTH SUGAR, TRIUMPH, (Extra Choice.) And a full line of all Reraum A suit r i HEN PERSON-SCREED, FOB SALE AT Crippen's Seed and Tea Store, NO. 3 WBW THIRD STREET. MT OOUM. ef Miss an of to at the St. RUSSELL & SPENCER, NO. 306 MARKET ST.» SILKSI OUR ASSORTMENT OF Dress and Trimming Silks -AU5.0 UROCAbE AND BANAUE DRESS GOODS Is now very complete and are hein* sold at prices which cannot tall to be appro elated by the ladles of this city. Black efc, 7t, S5, V0, 11.00, 11.16, $1.76, $2.37>£ f $140 and $1.76 per yard. Wo w old Invito rfpeoiil attention lo the three grades at $1.00. tl ltand t'1.26. Th cs# Silks *r« of \ho celebrated 1JK A /IN rnanu acture, »mt have a reputation lor OULOK, WEAK AND REAL MEKJT, which is uncfiualed by any house in the WulCLIf. SUMMER SILKS! Check, Strips and Jasper At 46,62% and 76 cents. OIIH STniPED AWD CHECK SICK at 49 cent* Are bettw value than any yet ottered to this market lor 60o. BROCADE AND DAMABNS For Trimming in tbe I-atewt ui aiast Desirable Kffcctes All goods at one price and that tbe lowest RUSSELL & SPENCER, MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. FLOUR. jjVAUfi DOWN I jjVAUfi Choice Kentucky, Extra Family Flour, a* At $7.80 PER BlRREL. Sf\GLE EXTRA, |6,0fi, Half, quarter one-eighth of a barrel at same rakes. GIVE LS A TRIAL. W. N. CHANDLER. ta. 611 Market Street. Half way bet. 6th and 7th. l.OUR. P CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, AND OTHER FANCY BRANDS. «"AT I.OWE'T MABKEr KATFS'fi® W.UIKKV Crni.lITT, B. E. COKNEB 4 7-3W Eighth atui Shipley Sts. ting have up ail sloe* DRUOOINt'M. ANTI-MOTH PAPER. CHEAP, CLEAN, PR AG RAMI HEALTHFUL. low sheets placed among WOOLENS FEATHERS positively protects them agtUnt the ravages of moths. CYiiimphois Persia m liisrcl Powder, NleniwonbN hoach Paste, Insect Powder Gnns, Ae. Gum me stock dent Z. JAMES BELT. FAMILY DRUGGIST, SIXTH AMD MARKET STS. A ttention.— ah poreona t«nu imre Drugs or Chem'oals, or wish their iHoseriptlens or private rooelpt eareAilly ootnpennded ol pan materials, should go to the d rug store ol H, B. BKINGHUHST, No. M; Market street, Wilmington, Del 6*10 tl N. elated PEN 13143 1 to MRS. WENTZ Having moved iron* 7U Market st., tober new store, 30. 606 KIS6 STREET, Is now ready lo odor her Irlendn and the pabho the latest style, ot Takes MILLINERY GOODS. fine aefwtmoptof Fancy NoHona.4-18 2m fUSNDlNAND BIBHOF. SO. 714 MARKET STREET. Opened at the above plaae, ON MONDAY APRIL 13 1880, nroved making full line of Optical Instruments. Glasses to an ey<*H. Dojior'o presortpWons will bs with c»re. 4-l4-4m ■jyjlbh I* PRIOR, FA£HIhKADU ntfliss andOLUAlt MAKING, NO. 130 ORANGE STREET. RV-OntUngand llttlnga s|<ecl»lty. TlekMe sale.—On Metu» day. May »tn, BUI and *3ag. Send In rear Met* ef twelUnss, Ula ani arm*. 4 34-3* 11-6-f fi J.T. UEAt.f*, na<k CUTHIie. jiNEW DRESS GOODS. GK'AND depot. 13 strict, Philadelphia. Splendid new style* *" •P* n *d « ®od ear. and no. r.mjgrte, *tYLES Imperial Heine. 'J*' NEW STYLtM „ u . Mixed Twilled Helices, a. * NEW STYLES Armare Suitings, J litre.' NtW H1YLE8 Half Wool Plain Helae, 14c. NEW STYLES Mohnlr Lustres, ltc. . „ NEW STYLES Eoglldi Mohair Melange, 18c. NEW STYLES English Chevron., lie. NEW STYLES English Fancies, use. NEW STYLES Pin-Striped Lustres. Me. W STYLES Double-width Momle-Cloth, ate. NEW STYLES Fancy Armuree, Me. NEW STYLks 611k Check Fancies,25c. MEW STYLES English Suiting oveltlei'. Sic. NEW STYLES GoIobm* Oash mere. ZV/,c. NEW STYLES Polka Dot Sailnes. ZV/,c. NEW STYLES Silk Mixed Novelties NEW STYLES * .30-tn< a .h J'ebbln < Jloth, tOc. NEW STYLES IY)«ming Novelties, aic. to 75e. The people will had our assortment hartf fiurpues. we have all the grades 01 desirable 1 ires8 Good?, trow medium up to tLe v t ry tinesc Imported. N E JOHN WANAMAKER, CiHAND DEPOT. - 13th ST. PHUADELPHU, FINE ART IN HOSIERY FOR LADIES. HoRlcry JOHN WANAMAKK.X calls at Hoslery tent on to the marvelous products of Hosiery £n^ll.sh skill now beintt opened at Hosiery our Honiory counters. Hosiery, Six now styles ol Ladles' Lisle Hosiery Hosiery, irom 1. H. K. MOBLEY, Hosiery LONDON .have just been added to stock. Ladies on the lookoui Hosiery Hosiery for someth ink new In Hosiery will Hosiery be leased with 4het?o. Btaitfeabe* Hoolciy lix v*ry original and very liana Hoaiery some, the prices are very moderate, Hosiery From WAHD.SnjRT&^HARF, Iioelery Helper, England, we open a very Ho«ie*y lnrKo Invoice oi Spun Silk Plain, Hosiery Spun Silk Open-worked and Spun Hosiery Silk Embroidered Ladies' H«j«e. Hosiery The colorings are all In the fashlona Hoslery ble fancleo of the day. Taey weTe Hosiery much appreciated on Saturday, and Hosiery a large lot of them were sold. A Hosiery vory handsome lot of Black Spun Hosiery Hosiery caino at the same t 1 me. Hosiery From (JEOKGE BKETTLE A Hosiery OO., Lor-Ion, comes our new'open Hosiery work, in most exquisite designs. In Hosiery bright, pure silk. *4 e show 20 Hosltry In the^e woods, being the most com Hosiery prehenslve Nne ol colors ever shown Hosiery in this country. Hosiery An extra heavy, pure Black Silk Hosiery Hose, lrem this house at $5 per pair, Hosiery Is very popular with our customers. 'ors JOHN WANAMAKER, GRAND DEPOT, - 13th ST. | PHILADELPHIA. 4-10 J MAMMOTH SALE!! $oC,000 WORTH 1 —Oft— i-FSING AND SUMMER 410 410 | imah .. ah.ii i.-nmimm. ii.tc .si, I ton wait prices as fh»llin,«ire4mmellate sitlv. CLOTHING SATURDAY. APRL 24. WILL BE C9MM2NOKLI Al' Nathan Lie be rman's Store S. E. CORNER 5TH AND MARKET. GRAND CLOTHING SALE. This if the Etatement^of my care: Antic pa-1 ting an unusually brisk trade this season 1 I have again enlarged my establishment and I iiiVOJteet $60,000 in Ready-made Oloihlng oi I every description.suitable ferali classes made | up with the utmost care; hence I have deter-1 mined at nil hasnrdi to make a clean sweep ot I ail this clothing. I offer them my entire! sloe* AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. I FURNISHING GOODS. YfiUTHS', HOY'S DD <IIiL> DKEAi'a UfiPAKlHEhT. Thl8 Department has been a specialty with me this seafon. Having laid tn a large! stock of goods in this department 1 mel confl-1 dent that I can suit tbe most lastldleus. | NATHAN LIEBERMAN, S. U. CORNER FIFTH AND MARKET, N. B.—Mcsara. Geerge Justls, Thomas N i^ortman and William C. Foreman are omo elated with this heuse and invito their ftlends 8 17-8m to oail and see them. W. H. WRIGHT, CARRIAGE BUILDER, 106 tAIHON ORANGE S.T. Takes UI- method ot inOormlng the public that he now has on hand A LARGE STOCK OF FINE Carriages and Buggies, Finished In the niostworkmanHkemanwr andlnteat styles. Msving enlarged and lm nroved hts factory giving every, leolllty lor making to order nwf STYLEOFOARR1 AGE —ALSO— Repairing and Repalntlnc -AT MWDEBATE PRICE*. Ap-Call and examine our stock. 4-ll-lm na<k a; a ay* at *nn»n*and Tar TT JNDEED THEY ARE GREAT BARGAINS. ** ®od THOSE PA STAIOOSS Every pair ef the Path ef cer THOSE PAt.'TAIAOSS tain lots that we are>ew Selling THOSE PAW. VAEOOM8 to move tome large block* of good*, THOSE PAWT. kXOOWS is worth $5 or SO, though THOSE PAWTA tOOKS THOSE PANTAL ftJOSE PAWTALO THdsW «*awtaeoo.v< THOSE PAiTTALOOWc' THOSE PAWTAiLOONS We only charge $3.90. We only charge S3.S0. We only charge $3.00. We only charge $8 SO. We only charge S3.90. t Wanamaker & Brown, The People's Popular C^o^hing House, OAK HALL, SIXTH AND MARHET, \ PHILADELPHIA. rii r, UPRIGHT AND CHEST, ALL ST YLES. % VIIII OK WITHOUT ENAMELLED COOLER, '4 WOODEN WARE House and Furnishing Goods. IL 5\ PICKELS* I ,3 WILlTIJflTBS, DEI,. IW-Se ad lor Ptoee llsL % 417-3md J & J. N. HARMAN, J, k J. N. HARM AN, J. S3. IN. HARMAN, 1 FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. FURNITURE. FURNITURE, FURNITURE, F'URNITUKE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, 1 *o 1 FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE FURNITURE, -o J. I ' KINO STKEHT, ' 410 KINO STREET, KIN (1 STREET, 410 KINO STREET, 410 KINO STREET, 410 JUNO 410 KINO STREET, IlCKlNO W1LMINOTON, DELAWARE. The Largest and finest assortment of Ready-male Furniture to be frgxod In Wllmln» ton or the Stato of Delaware, oan be soon at 410 King street. Fornltare at almost wi price kept on hand. KepairW wmni'Uy attended tS. *. HEPPEY TIIEHATTEK. S' ifHAT5,cAPsi : mm Mo 4? pa-1 1 I I oi I | ot I I SPRING STYLES-NEW GOODS AR RIVING DAILY. 'SHNPPEY, THE HATTER, 608 MARKET ST. •03 MARKET ST. 18-» tu-s-tf Opposite Clayton House, Fine light weight and skeleton Derby,Nats ■ ■■■ - . | A WYATT & CO., i ts o ao £ aAde to ORDER FDR •fa*. 602 MARKET STREET. HIHULES. Just received by tehoener "A. H. Q.u»nby," lot ol A. II. Druse ^ Go's, celebra ted fco. 1 7X24 S Hart Cypress Shingles.^ M ALSO IN STOCK PALMETTO COMPANY'S NAME NIZ* AIR KIND, AND WHITE PINE SAWED. A. M. QUINBY & CO., L Cor*. Front and Madison st*. J^AIL AND AWSISII »AHIN0. B1RNJLE. THE SATE AND AW NINO maker, ttill at work at thw eld place, No. It E. Water at , (Barry's uJwk.) Orders by telephone promptly attended to. 4 88-lOi D OIIN WILLIE, SAIL MAKER, F.ot of 40k Street, WILMINGTON, DEL. Sails ol all ifsorlptlonaiolso Awnings,V*i>- arulas. Touts and Covers, made and Mpairmt. A largo assortment of all the latest s-jl*s *1 striped veods for AwnlDga on hand. OitDEUS BY MAIL PROMPTLY AIK TENDED TO. 43 - 3 a>d WALL PAPER. I' in J} /T & cc O x a 5 r. fe 0 CO M H o it 5 Q s§ a. sr; O A o ► n a IN CO « 6 s> a 8 3 W QO BQ CO B O Ph ■£ ^ m L <1 M Ph £ CM CM L ost.-thb finder of a haie bracelet with geld clasp, lost la er near Newport several weeks an. will be saUaMr rewarded on leaving It at Newport P. O.HFt p