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IV ? t | housework, in a small finally. This ,.f*rv <l«" rabh ' I'kw for a parmm in want l pl^wsnt bom#. Address F. O. bo* »*• ANTED AT OMJE—CAKPENTEKN. „t stn>m*, Dei. Gome on, and don't Wages, #13loll# per week. „et5 3t T. W FEKKEE k HHt ID t<> wr!»o I. ]0l iff A>Tbl>-FLK* W8 WITH A W amount ot cash, to engage in a bud " lb »i pay.. J S. EVANS. #07* King . ucAStt ONE TO taNTED-TWO GIKLB, v cook, the other to help, at No. 12 Eaet lu\ street. Good wages paid. sp27-tf rlT ANTED—BOA KMSRN AT 001 TAT W nail *t. I'ftsnsaut room* and good a© inodatlotti. Alii, table hoard. lOl-tf antk -a fikst n.AW coat V maker, good wages paid. Ins. Me. iookIi. 7 E. 7th Atrtoet. oc8-2t* rrAM k D-BOARDERS. SINGLE AND V ,imiIdo rooms with board, and table ir j. 'M King street. oc*-3t* DAKDING- *>gakdeks wanted H» 7 T itus 11 street. Good board pleasant rooms. at Sp24-J2tf nOABDlNG-rOK MAN AND WIFE, K pleasant sicond-itory front room, fur JJed nr unfurnished. Also, single gentle J^ D at4 G East 4th street. oo8-3tf (AKU1NG - FUBN1SHED ROOMS, without board, at 703,^ Market . ucK-OtjS with IPENED! OPENED!! Fall Campaign Opened at RUSSELL'S BEE HIVE \V»- i_r,,o(|s rpceiving every day ronitlieXew York markets. The ntire stock bought for cash, and can that the Bee Hive shall it the place for good, reliable roods,at low cash prices. Our Mr. Iihm'II is spending almost his ntire time in the New York mar ;ets,wHicli places us in a position o (ret the bargains of the market. Extra value in Black Silks, good [liable makes, warraute not to ut. Some extra bargains in Lu in's Black Cashmere, in all Don't fail to see them ; ever before so low. Several kti nf Dress Cloths, all-wool, (iiilih .width, from 50c. up to the nest French goods. DdJWintcr Underwear and Ilosi Sto]> and see our Is freely shown. Trade allars taken at 100 cts. EL'S Bee Hive, aoO Market st. it pies. Our Fall now in. ock; o BUS ^ GikwIj*, Dry Gomix, Hosiery, Notions, mors and snots I RUBBERS, Shoes and Boots -Fur (jciitn, La*lie«au«i Children. a OIL CLOTHS, I FLOOR, TABLE AND STAIR. |Nf*Roods its Toys,Books, Gainex,Dolls I Express Wagonx, Velocipedes, I Doll Coaches, Wheelbarrows. IX. II.—The cheapest and best place prhousekeeping goods in the city, and |krgH>i liuc of 'oys aud faucy goinls in Ime state. # MARKET ST. 504 WENT FOR HARPER'S BAZAAR PA 1 TEKNS. AYER'S gue Cure ntaiiiK antidote for all malarial difr * w 'bic)i, so far as known, is uaed -eineriy. it contains no tier r Quinine, not deleterious substance what' ^Uuil consequently prod aces •I til mra! iujuriom Hie foiibtitutioM, but haven th< •kti ns healthy n t before the attack. it tE MKKAHT AYER'8 ague core I CUlt; hvi ease of Fever and Ague, Inter Jliill Fever, Remittent Fever. .Ajc.e, Bilious Fever, id Liv< lalaria. In ease of failure .1 l.v fie, l| iul, denle Ln<'d July 1st, 1H82, to refund lb* «? authorized, by «>u» Ircilim pf-JC. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mass bum by til' Druggist* •'I't Hill* HKH. 1., •— O— rl U-MSHlNtt L'NIJEK TA *«• 4 ia KIIO MTKKKT, pY II.M 1UUTOM, I Pi:.. VA.HB ^-.iwenth it. f *■ *AH'rm. u KN1SH1 NiT J UH liKKTAJC KM AND EMliALMUK. Su - An? kmiuT mux. ^"'OTtiAJ.U!. .ttended lo promo ■> j 11 ")* DIJ1 u Ul ft, ''IMNU9U1NU CMDEKTAJUk' lku ' **« MlliinsTH MT. 715 KM s A JOdUPn K. hw.i «ii Kisk nrwi of K'l. ^iLmirawir, Dilawarb. -20 per oeoL leas than nsusl pr ct Hard coal t. $5.75. [ e e Burning Coal, $5 L'Bt ra'Me, to "J't once and you will alwayi buy 'it. i El ST. WHARF. AJUlia 4 »ho. a#4 KAUUmilR, &.V l «i5 r KjSS )r W" t of Kn'»«. Fork! fo «ket KmvM b * r ' """food »»<> »U «trl»« *Uv 4gg| GEKSnIemEOY FOR FAIN. 0 U ft ■ 0 Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backneh., Hudtche. Toothache. ARB ALL OTH IN BODILY PAlftft AND ACMNX. told by Drugfftnu and Dealers everywhere. Ptfly Ceuta a bottle Direction* Id It l.au«ue(ei. THE UHARLKN A. VOUKI.KH (Ml. Immiu* VOOCLBA A 00.) Beit I mere. Id.. C, A A •TOM MS ML K SALE—THE HOUSE AT 1011 TAT __ nail street, splendid location , 8-story root and back,has 1) rooms, with all modern eoBvenienecs. Terms to suit purchaser. Will •lehamre for small houses or will sell. Ap ply to M. M. CHILD, 704 Market st. «16 tr p> K SALE OK KENT-TWO fl-KOOM brick houses, located on the Highlands, near Mt. Salem M E ehutch. Either pur chaser »r renter .s entitled to a single Tare to Wilmington. Apply to F. 11. LAW. Mt. Salem M. E church. p* f|»28 tf F R E\f'HAN<»E-FARMS ^res, good country E. H. GKEOG. Clayton House Building. K SALK of 4. 11. 15, 21, J8. HI, 100,108. 1»8. *i44 Also, ill Chester Co., P store, doing a paying business. ; oo-'i 7t )K KALE—PERSONS Dl SIRING TO buy hollies or building lots In th h city procure the monthly cataloiri »r .iule, issued for free d 1st rib GREGG. Cluytou Ho n»e Building. Spl5tf A KM Ft >K SALE, NEAR fALLEY ville, Briindywtne Hundred,containing W acref. Good nouse, barn, soring bituae. »tc. Terms easy. Apply to or add PAUL BOGAN, Henry Clay P. (>., Del. r hou ie of pro utlon by r a. a W OK SALE OK KENT—A FEW FIVE room houses, #10 par month. Apply »t TINDALL a BK< (17 East 7th street or ap26-12tt F 511 West !»th street. OKSALE-SEVKKALSHOATS of good stuck, and in thriving condition. Apply to THOMAS HOI mile west of (fentreville. sp7-0td3tw* F . 1 >K SALE-FIRST-CLASS BUILDING stone delivered to any part of the city. F. H. LAW, Near Mt. Salem M. E. Church. r 'r# to tr JH SALI —ON F 45 uA L. CAULDRON, D oneou-gallon kettle, an > one large lard prew*. at N. E. comer Tenth d .Spruce sts. 06 fltf HIM RENT. HOUSES. No. 904 hot and OR KENT-TWO Linden >■ reel, side cold water. No 1182 Mini s 'AKPENTEK, Jr., Ninth tf F 1. In ti v Apply and Harrison streets .MW. 1. Hi KENT—A HOUV E. CONT AINING and bath at 1407 Harriain st., GKO. W. MAY. P. W. Hl H. streets. sp21-tf KENT OH LAP—NT A LL IN STA ■ * >de '»n May street, between 7th and Hth od Monroe ami Adams streets Apply at 8ol dooroe street or at this office jela-tf F lo in good Freight om- o. 4th and Y F >K KENT—A HTUKE AT THE COR nor of Second and Orange streets,boing a desirable location for any kind of business. MMt Apply at oil Market street. e IGK KENT—2 DEMKABLE OFFICES, at No. 229Shipley <»reet. Dr. M. <1AK rr. Dentist. tyia-tf NGK RENT-A HOT F. IN A GOOD to I .1. FORD Fifth sepl2*tf L l; locality. Apply fcnd Rodney .streets. STORY FRONT uiturnlshed. with Oc8-3tf F t JR HENT-ASEUONI room, furnished or 804 French f*treet. board K HENTUHEAP-A 7 BOOM BMIOK honne. 111 the eatdeiu par Apply at 1005 Lombard street. »K SALE—ST 1 (7K AND FIXTURES of grocery store. Good business place Address li.. this office. oc8-6tt F of the city.— o8-8t* a F pUHLUJSAL* 40 * KESH UuWS. SPRINGERS, FEEDERS AND BULLS. Will be sold at Public Sale, at Ifed Lion, East Marlborough Township, Chester Uo., l'a., on a kill I of MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1X83, 40 fre<*h cow.s, H>rit gers, lot. of young Lull lid feeders. Sale lw commence at 1 o'clock .SILL BAILY. k Son. A net's. |ll-dkw t« L. W Sin D UK i MEN AND FARMEKS, TAKE Notice. Remember (he day and placo. Cows at 1'uhllo Sale, m Village Green,Del awar«* Uoimty, l'a., I HT'JtSDAY. ( (TUBER 11,1888, k. p. m., fharp. 4b freeli by day of b.iIc. the best drove of the seasou. 1" The train leaves this time for the sale. ROBERTS s TYSON. au29-dflrw At 1 o'ci Fitly fresh eo nos hs credit. and I city 10.30 p. UI. i STIDHAM A SON. A I J\ BUG SALE FRESH DOWN. St'KINtil.KM ,\ND FAl SI OCA. t he eubporlber will otter at Fubllo Sale, at the 'Ohadd'n Ford Hotel, <»elii Pa., on '.canty l THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1XW. a lot of fresh cowe, flyrlngerH and fat noclt All person h are invited to AMOS W Hf'U. AufitP. w be there. L W. .STIDHAM A > CHAS.J.H. BECKETT, 1MPC BTMl|(>F PURE WIKIS. MAKDII8, hIKS, AND FINE OlUAKS. V Pm *»ld Ky« WIilafelnallpMlaUi NO 108 WESTSEVENTH ST., WlDJVUNtJTON, DEL. [»u*M* rjMIL FAMOUS Rock Candy & Ryb Whisk -ro li ra ho at AMD LUM44 DIMBAfM For sale m quantity to suit; also a fins of well selected Wines, Liquors and Siigars Goods sent to any part of the city froeofober^* JAMES A. KELLY 7 t. W. Oorner Tsatli id On Grand Union Hotel [European Plan] RENTA (JH ANT, at low liax hot one ing tion u miiuvtH auviv nvumv iv ■torsr li the wonder of ths age Ibrall Rtoppsd fits. Bond to 081 Arab strsst, Philadelphia, Pa. WILMINTON. DEL. This hotel is a new building, entirely newly furnished In a inoet elegant style, and often American and German comforts. Refresh inents and eatablon first-class, at fair prloea, flO-ly HENRY BLOUTH, Proprietor. FOR A LARUE LOAD OF kindling-wood. Leave orders at harness store of Well A Kingwalt, Second and Market ; George Gray, Sooond and KlngstreotH: John A. Ewing, Ninth and Madison ntr* ois; or send postal card to fac tory. corner Union stree> and Gilpin avenue 'e271in* JAMES L. McKJNNEY. n D Bern diseases. All fits a is RELIGIOUS THE PURIFICATION OK THE HOUL. Through bin daily, invisible coming the Lora exercises his purifying otlice for our salvation. What C|uist did in person at his first coming in the flesh, lie does now by bin holy spirit. The Spirit, first of all, does John's work'll, he prepares the way of the Lord. This is the operation of preparatory or preve ulent grace in souls stlli unconverted. How can such impureheai ts be cleaned ? Wnen gold or silver, hidden in earth or stones, is brought from the depths of the mountain, it is cast into a fierce fur nace, to remove the earth and stones, and so obtain the pure metal. Such fire John applied by his preach iug ; and as John, by his terrible me naces, leveled the mountain* and made straight the crooked paths, so the Holy Hpirit works in men's hearts, disquiets t hem as totlieir state, discovers to them the corruption of sin, strips them totin* world, and makes them anxious W>out their eternal salvation. For the pro duction of such disquiet, the Lord uses all kit ds of outward means—tribula tion, sickness, poverty, worldly scorns, humiliations, by which worldly lust dies and longing after eternal good is awakened. Such fires of suffering are often as painfu. to nature as fire to the body; but without such purifying fire the gold ot the inner man, the spirit created for God, can never come to light. When, then, the spirit, by the furmueof out ward Hutieriug and inward chastening, has lieen cleansed grom the grossest dross, the Holy Spirit can take uuder his training the white gold of faith, and so cleanse and polish it that the image of Christ shines in it dearly anil bright ly. Then, above all, the Hpirit appro priates the great purifying through the blood of Jesus, and through faith in the forgivenessof sins is the conscience olcaneea from dead works. The more a soul surrenders itself to Jesus, the more does it become pure from the stains of the old caruai uuture. a A to THE RESULTS OF PRAYRlt. Many do not look for results from their prayers. They are earnest in business, but play at religion. We should treat daily prayers as daily in terviews with the most High. Home consider prayer as only intended to benefit themselves. David did not think so. He did not find satisfied with the mere effect of his supplications on his own soul. He sought to prevail with God. He sought answers from him. He shot up his arrows, and looked to see whether they stuck. You men of the world, who ask skep tical questions as to the efficacy of prayer, let me tell you we no more dare doubt its efficacy than doubt our own existence, li is not a hundred or a thousand times that God has answer* nswers from him is as common to u as to eat our daily bread. We find it difficult to have pa tience with those who questiou its effi cacy. What look up ! You say there is breathe ! Try prayer yourself, you have gone to God and implored him to grant what you need for the sake of Jesus, you have no right to it on philosophic grounds. Let those who have tried it. have some credence. Try it, and then you will believe it as they do. 1 **«1 man, you say, there in no huh ! air ! Until rt. THE DEBT PAID. As when you reckon with your cred itor, or with your host, and as when you have paid ali, you reckon with God. Jexus hax paid all, and hath paid all tor thee, hath purchased thy pardon w God's command ; reckon thyseii dead, indeed, uuto sin, and thou art alive unto Go » from this hour, reckon lieve ! believe !« every free ! — Rev. John Fletcher and holincHH. Thtirclorc, H i >h, begin! begin to 1 mot. Believe ! be d continue to believe 1 shall thou continue t : f ;nen I : I'hnioiufu.il Horae Flesh. The ImiianapuliH N xporTi.ig fraternity is in a new Indiana hoi'nH that promises to of any Hoohlet home tiesh on t h« lias already done ho. • nays: The feriuent ver i : in fact, fra Tin •w ami valuable animal in a nix year-old browuHfaliion, and he comets from Nouleville. His owner, John Martin, is a ami suddenly finds himself in the pox session of a fort line, A few days ago, Dr. D. It. Brown, ofthixcUv, horse trot and offered five thousand dol lars cash for him. Ir wax the first time that the o\vtier realized that lie hail the best, horse on the Indiana turf, but he saw a good thing w hen it was pointed our, and since llrow i.'s offer ir.O )0, (100 and # 10,000 have been planked down in vain before Martin's ey history and training of the horse will ulnn^t cause a re vein lion in the jockey business. Six years ago Martin reluct antly accepted an old mare in pay for some work done. From this uupromts ing nag the coltiu question was foaled. Martiu sold the mare for #100, and driving the colt to a buggy in hisdajl.v business.— All this while he stabled tke animal in a rickety old shed, and in many ways shower! that he did not, know what sort of lightuing he was stabling. A tew urns, privately, on a race track led Martin to believe that he might ven ture to enter a county fair with some promise of success ; hut wheu he ap plied at Noblexvllie and elsewhere he was homed out. Last week lie was ad mitted to a county fair iu northern In diana, and to everybody's surprise cap tured the prize with ease. Last week, there being nobody to enter the Nobles vilie race, Martin was told if he could beat 2.30 with his old brute he might have the stake. Without any prepara tion lie drove into the ring and accom plished a mile in 2 24. Horsemen say this phenomenal horse can make 2 lfi without an effort. Par ties in this city already have a #5,000 bet. tha; he will beat Hare's Mambrino (with ti 2.1(i record) at ihe coming Lou isville races. Martin has been using the horse carelessly, and be has "just growed" into what he is. it is doubt kill if lie ever was sponged, or petted or jockeyed. When heated Le has been tied up iu a fence corner a d left to ooo) off, ami yet has flourished, and to day is believed to be the best, horse iu I Indiana. Dr. Brown, learning the history of the horse, went up to Nobles vilio, hunted out the old mare which foaled the horse, bought h*r for #100, and two days later, on the reputation of the son, sold her for #000. itli of that place, agon m the of as of the be . The for several years 1ms bo l The Yellow Fever. A telegram from Coiumamlaut Welch at the Pensacola Navy Yard, dated Gtb inxt., states that three new cases of yel low lever have appeared, and one death liax taken [ilace. It has been intensely hot for a week past. There wax also one new case and one death iu War rington from the fever. The surgeon iu charge of the quarantine Station at Ship Island reports that dur ing the week ended September 29th, there were 11 cases of yellow" fever and three deaths at that station. In accordance with a recommenda tion of the Board of Health of New fir leans, the Governor has issued a procla mation withdrawing thu quarantine proclamation heretofore issued, to take effect NoY6tn her 1st. After October 15, vessels from Infected ports will be de tatned not less than three days for dix infection, of has of W. ley, host this pear will on «Hbi«|lM Ull«r. From ourKegular Correspondent, Washington, October 8th, lH8o.— The coming winter is to be one oi great political excitement in Washington. All the Indications g ■> to show that the struggle for uatioual supremacy be tween the two great parties will lie practically dccidfd for some years to come by the events of this Congressional session. No one can now say just how the people stand on the political ques tions ot the hour. There has beori no recent, test, though Ohio will soon show some indication how the people are going, hut after all, the contest in Ohio has taken upon itself too much of a per sonal and local color to be very reliable for future political prognostications. The clever managers on either side will not ]>erinit the Ohio election to blind them as to what may happen af terwards. It, will be almost forgotten before ihe National earn It would bo interesting to the reader,uo doubt, to look behind the scenes and see in the dim light something of the ma il* euvers which are already being made to shape cunning events. The candi dates who are generally expected to take tbeir chances for th i nomination are just now in a very tryiug position. They feel that they must hang hack with some show of m nlesty, and yet not so far back as to be out of view. So the political work which is goiug on is mostly in the dark, t he candidates only allowing interviews or sketches enough to keep alive the interest in tlieniH lves. Hut events are coming on nor withstanding, and people will guess what the chances are and put this and that together to make up tue basis of an opinion, as to who will be the next President. Will it be one of the regu lars or will the gentleman he one of the "Groat Unknown." From a Republican standpoint there are many reasons to believe that Mr. Blaiue is the most popular of American citizens. Hut this proves little, for the popular man seldom, if ever, attains to the Presidency. The old antagonisms which were kindled in his name, still burn. If the Republican party is to succeed it is to be only by perfect har mony; and Mr. Hlaine has too many bitter enemies in his own party even to perrai' success to follow under his leadership. A ticket which has lately been presented meets with quite en thusiastic comment. Arthur and (ir ham are names which, lluked together, make a strong combination. Each represent a doubtful State, and the two States which have in recent years held the balance of power in Presidential elec ions. If t hey can car ry their own States the election is ours, say some Republicans. But can they do it, say the doubtful. Mr. Arthur is a Conk ling man, and when the cam paign gets hut the old wounds will be re-opened. Blaine'# followers will say that the pooular w ill has lieen defeated by the machinations of those in power, and as a consequence, internal dissen sions will again destroy the hopes of the Republican party. Then is no chance for the Republicans, say the prophets, except in choosing for standard bearer who is tainted or touched with the prejudices of the last campaign. Judge Edmunds, of Vermon , said lo be unavailable because of the locality of his State ; Senator Harrison, of Indiana ; Senator Allison, of Iowa; General Sherman and Senator Logan are names occasionally mentioned with a dubious shake ct the bead. Among young Republicans there seems a disposition to believe that the Republican candidate will be brought into prominence for the first time by the events of this session of Congress, or this winter's political work. They are looking fora new man possessing shining qualities as a leader, free from past as sociations, and coming from a desirable locality. Three qualities which will make the Great Unknown a success, but it must be confessed that the chances for the appearance of such a prodigy are very meagre. I:i the Democratic camp t here is as much indecision and conjecture the oth r sivlo. The old ticket, Tildenand Hendricks and reform, has many worshippers, and the recent sketch of Mr. Tilden's great phy.-ical health and actiivty is interpreted as a notice that he is in the field. Mr. Hendricks, of course, is willing, and Mr. McDonald ot Indiana has warm supporters, but they are all in the West, so it is said. Mr. Holman ot Indi is held up by the N. V. Suu as the coming man, hut among politicians it, is looked upon a* a .joke. it may te a serious one, however. Those qualities which are laughed at by politicians are often the kind which eudear a man to the people. in he is ? of is as ot a u comes on. to of ! ! rt. i one not ax The Hay 0 iuU»w. the Delaware Kwi ulicaw. Fc Tin* I iw in its inception relative to bay windows was a good one, but it has been and is greatly taken advantage of, and greatly abased. 1 know of one man in this city that has seized, con fiscated, and takvn into his possession, .seven thousand and two hundred (7200) cubic f» et (ami perhaps much wore that I know not of) of the public streets of this city. Just think of it, Mr. Editor, 85,400 square feet of 1 inch thick, and for all this valuable space belonging to the public, and of which they should have the use forever for nothing. He would uot dare to take the ground of his neighbors for his bay windows, but the public streets is am ther thing. If the valuable space thus taken iu had to be paid for, another way would soon he found lo build their walls. Within these bay windows captured from the streets, it is carpeted, curtained, has chairs iu P, is warned, lived and slqpt in, and from which no small revenue is derived every mouth, and such is the case, more or less, with many Some of these bay windows are so built as to be really dangerous at night,being just high enough to strike the head against in the dark. .Many have been thus hurt. Some of these orlo windows extend nearly half way across the pavement, obstructing the view of their neighbors up and down the s reyt eouipletely. Thisenifroachent on the public streets will have to be stopped some time, and why uot now? I know of a man iu this city that erected his wa,l four inches beyond the building line some time ago, and called it a hay window, yet he had to take it down. 1 think, JHr. Editor, that the public have the right to the street f om the intersection of the wall of the budding, on the true building line, with pavtuieut upward. 1 hope this ques tion will contiuue to be discussed until the right prevails, and the obstruction be removed. Principles,not men,should outer into this discussion only. . at $ the J. It. Corn. A Powerful Array of Talent. The committee on the open camp-fire of Smyth Post which takes place in the Opera House on the 23rd of this month has secured a brilliant array of talent, among whom are the Irma Glee Club, of Philadelphia, James McCormick, of Camden, the unrivaled comic singer; W. H. Markward, the celebrated Ger man character artist; Little Sadie Bai ley, the wonderful child soprano, and a host of others Professor Wagner, of this city, has kindly consented to ap pear and give bis inimitable selections lolin, and the grand piano which will be used during the evening will be from his establishment, No. 726 Market street. on the v the be lie to no are to af see to in on to to to is ; a is AT John Wanamaker's, PHILADELPHIA. TUESDAY: It was a New York public speaker who said, " our lives should be transparent," and a New York trader who said, " we wouldn't do much busi ness ii they were " A gentleman who came in contact with the inside work ings of our various depart ments was led to say that the best advertisement the house could have would be to lay everything open to the pub lic, " tell all its secrets—if it had any." The fact is, if we had any " secrets," 'twould be hard to keep them in such an army of people,without a deal of help, and that's the way we've managed to keep them through these years. By your generous help and your friends helping you to help us, we know they're quite safe. Could a crystal palace be more transparent? With walls of gauze or glass, might you hear, see or know more of the true inwardness of what we're doing and trying to do? Your seeing, talking, and doing has built up the great village o f shops.— You're satisfied with the good purchases we've brought you—t h e invest ments we've made for you and guaranteed. You've a right to know what we're do ing for you, and we're quite content to remain your ser vants and your faithful stew ards. 9 9 9 JOHN WANA MAKER. The little fellows vending 5-cent nosegays in the gloam ing always had a tender place in our thoughts. Three homes beautified as against a cigar or adrink ! Just think of it! Among low cost pretty things we'll show you a tidy. —The border might be lace work, the centre elaborate embroidery • and the price a dollar or two,but it's a pretty deception for 5 cents ! Lots of home beautifiers all over the store. Calicoes, north aisle. fOHN WAN AN AKER. Our Black Goods Depart ment has tor years been in quest of somethingthat would prove an acceptable substi tute tor or an improvement upon our present Cashmeres, giving you as good for less money or a better fabric for the same. Have we found it? . YVe have now a Cashmere, made for us on the other side. It is 40 inches wide. The price grades from 60c. to $1.10. Along side of oth er makes ot equal coet it seems heavier, of a finer fill ing, superior finish, a better jet and it measures wider. Will you look at it ? We opened yesterday a direct importation of Jersey Cloth, 40 inches wide. As we placed our foreign orders at the proper time,you'll find this a very superior goods at $ 1 -75 per yard. Muck (luoi If. South aisle. we of U. ■ H ™ John Wanamaker, CHEBTNUT, THIRTEENTH, A MARKET STREETS AND OITY-HALL bers' cers, The to RUUAHE. PH It,A. Don't Stand Upon the order to come, but come at once and see what we can do for you in the way of supplying your clothing requirements for winter. If you are in doubt where you can invest your money to the best advantage, and where can be found the lar gest and finest stock of Mer chant Tailoring and Ready made clothing in the State to choose from, a visit to our house will afford an easy sol ution. Our all-wool panta loons at two dollars and a half ; our Fall Overcoats at $10, beautifully made and trimmed, and Men's Cassi mere Suits at $ioare well worthy of your inspection. a Boston 212 Sliiplev street an<l 213 Market Street. 1 1 i I 1 :«0,000 FOR 02. nlar monthly Drawing; will take place in the. Masonic Hall, Ma sonic Temple Building, in Louisville, Ky., THURSDAY, OUT. 25, IS*:*, 2d Re A Lawful Lottery and Fair Drawings,char tered by the Legislature of Ky., and twice declared legal by the highest Court in the State. Bond given to Henry Count}- in the sum of #100,000 for the prompt payment of all prizes sold. A Revolution Klngle Number Drawing;*. «F*Every tick't holder his own supervisor, •1 see th number on his ticket the corresponding number on the tag placed In the wheel In his presence. These drawings will occur on the last Thursday of every month. Read the magnificent call October Scheme. 1 PRIZE, . #30,000 . 10,000 . 5,000 5,000 5,000 10,000 , 10,000 10,010 1(»,OOU 10,000 do. J do. 1 2 Prizes, #2.500 each 5 do. 20 do. 100 do. 200 do. 500 do. 10 C 0 do. 9 prizes,#300 each,Approximation prizes 2,700 9 prizes, 200 each, *' *• 1.800 9 prizes, 100 each. 1.000 each . 500 each . 100 each . 50 each . 29 each . 10 each . 900 #110,40 0 1,857 Prizes. WholnTIrkfts 02. Half Tickets,01 27 TlcketN, 050. 55 Ticket", 0100. Bank Draft in Letter 0 Remit money send by Express. Don't send by registered letter or post-office order, until further tice. Orders-of #5 and upward by Express,will be sent at our expense. Address all orders to J. J. DOUGLAS, Louisville.Ky. sllt.th,s,-w Coal! At Reduced Prices. WE ARE SELLING COAL AT #5.00 PER TON. THE BEST OF COAL AT #5.75 PER TON. ALSO, KindlingWood. JACKSON LIME & COAL COMP'Y SHIPLEY & KING ST. WHARVES. jy4-tuly WHAR YOU GWISEJ I'm going riaht away to 12 East Fourth, Where they don't charge more that goodaare worth. So tell your neighbors, near and for, To buy their Shoeu of Lemuel Marr. I'll take you all to Fourth and King, And as we go we ll sbou t and sing, "Just coiue with me and fit your foot, At Marr's, No. 12. or. East Fourtk street. LEMUEL MARR, DEALER IN BOOT* AND NHOEfl NO. 12 EAST FOURTH STREET. Obtained and all other ImibI in the U. S. Patent Office attended to for MODERATE FEES. Our office i* 0|>ts>fii6e the 1 .S Patent Office, n obtain P*tents in less time than WASHINGTON. Send MODEL OK DRAWING. We ad vise as to patentability free of charg4,; and we make NO CHARGE UNLESS WE OB TAIN PATENT. We refer, hero, to the Poatm inter, theSupt, of Money Order Dlv„ ami to officials of the U. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms, and roforoni'ea to actual clionta in your . SNOW A PATENTS and those remote fr« own State U. A ty write Oo.^ Opposite Patent Office, Washington, fits (tn buMN Nehvi IMhkabrb. Otilv sure nut f,,r F it, Hpilrpty and Nrrvt ■ INKai.i ibi.f. If taken aa directed. H . >'> ht* day'll t is*. Treatlie and #2 trial h"trle free, to Fit patlentu, they paying ex presage. Send name, I*. O. and exprasi ™ address to Ob KUNK.9M Arch St., Phila delphia, l'a. Set- principal druggitti. STOPPED FREE MarvHout mrrfgg. InautrennilHtoni DR. KUNE'S Great NERVE RESTORER xg ntt WAY'S SWIFT SURE OINTMENT, Oures piles, Itohlng.bllnd and bleeding ; bnr bers' Itch, tetter, salt rheum, ringworms, ul cers, chilblains, pimples, all skin diseases. The best ointment In the wprld. Tho people to be the judge. All druggists Hell it. 60 cts. Wholesale by JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY AGO., Philadelphia, Pa. of spH-3mdAw Kb. LA U It A OSGOOD tlAKJLKfiM seleut BchuoJ ft>r both it *us Will re opa# Monday, Sept, swi, 1888, at the H ark new Building, north rfost corner of T-.itu and Market streets. Glasses will be formed in all oornmon and higher English brioches. In book-keep ng, music and such ancient and modern languages as may be desired. The Primary Dep .rtment will be under the sue cessful management which has given snob satisfaction in the past. In the higher partircnts. the full r-tafl of experienced teach ers ensures thorough instruction and drill. The numerous and honorable patronag this school during the past two years and the systematic dHcipline of mind and body, which has been its characteristic excellence, must der the year now opening the most no cessful of its history. Terms from #6.0. u> #18.00 per quarter, according to classification. For further information and to secure seat*, apply, between the hours of 12 and 2, to MRS HAKKNESS, 800 Market street, Wil mington, Del. au2a-tf UGBY EVENING SCHOOL. M dft • Of a R A Thorough BuMiiiess Institution. This school will re-open on Monday eve ning, October 1st. Classes in Book-keeplax Mathematics and Penmanship will be taught. Persons wishing further information will ap ply at room No. 4, Masonic Temple, or writ* to DK. MUKPHEY, Principal of Rugby sp20-l m Academy. 70 MILES KJLCUBSION FOB SBC T(/PHILADELPHIA AND KETUHN, Keduetion of fare to Chester, Hook and Phil adelphia. The swift,favorite and commodious steamer, "N. M. FELTON," P* leaves Wilmington at tgj 8.45a.m., dally, except fm Keturmng, Sunday. leavesChestnut street wharf at 3.30 p. m.Fart to Chester or Hook.lOc. To Philadelphia,16o. excursion, 25c. F.XCUKSlUiN BY STEAJtt* BOAT AND RETURN BY KAIL. Ticket# will t»e gold P. W. fit H. R. K. on only, from Philadelphia, 76 cents: Llnwood (Marcus Hook,) 60 cents: Chester. *o cent#. Wilmington Steamboat Co. ml# t f the boat good to re: urn by the om modal Jon train# HANGE OF TIME. C ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY,SEPT. 2« STEAMER WILMINGTON, For Philadelphia, call ing at Marcus llook and Chester, leaves Wilmington from Fourth street wharf at 6.40 a. m. and 12.30 iiuon. Returning from Philadelphia, second wharf below Chestnut street, at 9.30 a. m.and 3.30 p.m. Sunday—Leaves Wilmington at 7 a. in. and l p. in.; leaYes Philadelphia at 10 a. in. and 4 p. m. Freight received all day at Philadelphia. mrl7-tf N u O! FOR FENNSOROV E. —TH H HTKAM1K— SUSIE A. McCALL H Will run every Tuesday, Wed- m a A "* nesday, Friday and Saturday. mSemttSm Leave Wilmington for Pennsgrove 8 a. m., 2 and 5 p. in. Leave Pennsirrove 6.30 a. m..l0 a. CAPTAIN DENNY. 4 p. m. m. ¥ > HiL A DELPHI A, WILMINGTON AND L BALTIMORE RAILROAD JUK* 7TH, 1888. 1 rains leave Wilmington as follows : For Philadelphia and intermediate sta tions, 6.40, 7.00, l0.80 a. m.; 2.80, 4.00, 7.80,0.00 p Ui. Pniladelpma (express) 2, 2.28,6.80,7.00,8.11, J, J.58, 10.20,11.58 a. m.; 12.15, 1.54, 1.17, 8.38. 6.56, 7.26 U. m. Sew York, 2.00, 2.28, 6.80, 6.40, 9.68, ILU a. m.; *12.88,1.64, 2.80, 6.17, 6.38, 7.26 p. m. Baltimore and intermediate stations, L«4„ 9.17 a. m.; 6.00 p. m. Baltimore and Bay Line, 6.67 p. m. Baltimore and W ashington. 1.42, 4.61, 8.06, 9.17 a. m.; 1.00, *1.09, 6.00, 8.67, 1L04 p. m. Baltimore only, l.M a. m.: 12.27 and 6 p. Trains tor Delaware Division leave fbr: New Castle, 6.00,9.10 a. m.; 1.06, 8.00 6.26 p. m. Harrington and intermediate stations, 9.la a. m.; 1.05, 6.26 p. m. Delmar and intermediate stations, m.; 1.06 p. m. Express for Delmar, 4. m. 0.10 a. oo p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and intermediate BtatDas 810 a. m; 12.00 m., 5.80, 7.80, 9.66 p. m. Philadelphia and New York, loo, 2.H i. m.; 6.17, 8.38, 7.26 p. m. Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.61, 8.06. 9.17 a. m.: 11.04 p. m. Baltimore, 1.06 a. m. For farther Information, passengers are re ferred to the time-tables posted at the Sta tions. Trains marked (*) are limited express,upon which extra fore Is charged. CHARLES E. PUGH, J. K. WOOD, General Manager. General Passenger Agent 0 SPECIAL NOTICE! 8. H. ST A ATS, SO. 405 MARKET ST, DURING THE NEXT 30 DAYS MAKE A Sweeping Reduction IN THE VRICES OF HIS SPRING & SUMMER STOCK -OF— HOSIERY, GLOVES, -AND GAIJZi; MKktINO UNDERWEAR —FOR LADIES. GENTS AND ftUSSEB. Also, a groat reduction in Parasols and Sun Umbrella We have taken thlaTstep In order to e- os our stock, before ooinmeaciag to tear our ind enlarge our store. Come and secure a r *1 S. H. ST A ATS bargain. M. E. RILEY, 228 KING STREET. New Goods received every dav in dress trimmings, hosiery aud merino underwear, for ladie». men and children. Our 50c. vest can't be beat. Novelties in ]a,ee fichus, and a general assortment of ladies' and children's neck wear. M. E. RILEY. Bpl8-tf N. MELCHIOR, GUNSMITH, No. 214 King Street HAS FOR SALE BREECH AND MUESLI LOABINH GUNS Of .11 malt.,, revolv.m and owtrtdgw of UI xintfe. Fine nlokel-plated revolvers, #1.86. iwidement8 for breech-loading guns, glass alls and traps, and fishing tookls. Repair xg done at snort notion. A TTF.1V now.-/VI. I. I'DKSONti DE sirinK pu™ Dru„ orChomicila.or wish ntt their iiresertptiena or private rwetp; erefully compounds) with pur* m»t*r|i: 'hould uo to tho dru - ,»n re ,,j H H. B*1v<4«UK8T. MT market 'tfMt, d 1ml ivhin. De! CTOBSES! HOUSES!! tlonetaully on hand at th. (.tables. (JIIMOD, on Krenoh etreet below Seooad, a lot of farm and driving horm.