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i ANTED—A MIDDLE AOED DUO
A , 'unl woman, lor geuerel huu»e
al Tw Weil Nlntb street, with reler
der.
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aNTED-AN ACJT1VE YUlJNG MAN
about 90 vears old, in a wholesale
Address, with reference, A.
bi'
and
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AM ED-A GOOD MAN ON A
and dairy arm Second farm
Market Htreet bridge, Haro's
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AVH;i>—UHIOKKNS. dkessedok
sll/e N il. AITLbTON, Third
ap7-tf
irket.
AMKD-A PUKC11ASEK FOK A
tine ijuarto-inedluiH soli-lnklng press.
r at 112 French street. al-^tf
am FP-Healthy young wo
Address N, this
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ANTED—A MIDDLE-AGED WO
ii\[in for general housework at hotel
F. A.STUKGEON.
ANTED—ABOUI' W U > ADS OF DIET
„t Fifth and Madison streoM. Apply
Is i Mice. a20-tf
AMID^A COLOKED OIKL FOK
.'ook. Apply with reference at 816
street a28-3tj
'ANTKD-A CAKK1AOE PA1NTEK
to go to the i'ountry. Good wages.
kto Kent Iron A Hardware Co. a29-3l*
UM ED-A GOOD STOUT BOY FOK
able to drive a
Address "Groeer," this office. a29-5t
ANTED—A HALF-GKOWN W HIT A'
^irl for c *lid's nurso. Apply at No,
on roe street. a29-3tj
JP
s wet nurse.
% 4t*
w|»ort.
or
ori-rv itore:
I
lor,
DGIKL FOK GEN
AM ED-A G<
housework at 519 Market street.
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No.
A GIRL FOK GENERAL
Reference
AN I'Ll
equlrod.
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work.
treet.
GIRL TO AT
813 Washington
a'itt-3tf
1T.D-A WHI1 K
child
1
to
MID KOaKDKKS at 801 FRENCH
rooms, with gas.
a28fltf
M ED-KOAKDEKS. PLEAS AN!
table board.
''
and bath. Al
Hon. i*l9 Orange street.20-12tJ
uYIKb-HOAKDEBSAT 220 KING
128 ttt*
MLK MARY MORGAN FOK
!. 1 adeln Ilia,
1> JOHN F.
ti
KM IT.
Hn i-l'-y Street
l'-r l'lillatlel
U a li. ti.uch
.*■ ■ 'itlii'hester. Chestor and Killings
leaves Arch Street Wharf
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and
o.'j l t. i t
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cast
.. Excursion, 4<)c
I" I': lladelphiii,
26c
15c..
returning. 1
o Arcl:
LAYS i
Wbarf, al 3.30 p. in.
ftt hundletl with care and at nacko'
>«* intoxicating liquors will bt
reot
the
"Wed oil the boat.
ion rates apply to the captain on
Wilmington.
•'HAhl.ES ROBERTS, President.
Wkavkh Agent at Wilmington.
nt
Co.
id after l acMilay, Feb. 261 h
THIi
lug
IA.MKR WILMINGTON
_
* leli'hla.rhes
Marcus Hook,
F'lirth Street i
. ui. and 1
eTl.iliidelphia,
below OheHtnut street, at 19 a.
(Id receivoil all day at Philadelphia.
feb2ft*tf
i. and
Til EEL SZltm
lilii, bol-iw Green, (late with Prof,
mly jihyslclan In the U. S. who
•1 who Is able to cure, (also
and
nature :
s il
tiler)
permanently, all
of a private
in 4 to lo days),also Nervous IJe
Ifouthful Imprudence, Lost Manhood,
of Indiscretion, Plmplos, Totters.—
' Wits in stamps for "NCOUKUE
L'A4'KN." The exposing of " Rever
rt« I'rescrljitlons, Museums, Medical
' etc. Hours, 8 a. in. to 3 p. m.,
• j* p. m. Sundays, 8 to 1. Those who
f ' red for years from any secret dls
id nave lost money and all hopes of
can he convinced that there is a
r them at last, by consulting
j. 63s North fourth street, Phlladel
or reading his "SCOURGE OF
KS," as this is the only book which Is
"' exaggeration, and contains a true
of above-named Diseases, and shows
l method for their treatment by the
' nuthr.rltles of the world.
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JJ
Dr.
FLE! COFFEE.
Homs ted.
All our own Roasting
latisfact ion guaranteed.
ers
'4 15, 18, 2(1, 22 and 2£
5 pounds elegant collet
• We have the best tea tor
cents ever offered in
We make a specialty
'Spices.
its.
CRIPPEN S
tea htoke,
!• 6 K AST SEUOND STREET.
IS
!
• 214 MARKET STKEET,
1 att °ntloD to their stock of
j>ds,cutlery ,8kovel8,spftde8,
'"'al tools, rubber hose,
brushes, scrubbing
I 8 ; which are being
low rates.
mar25-8m
MELCHIOR.
^'M.So.aMKlNH STBKBT.
" 10 »nd Mouia Loodlo.
L UBJiS.
oartri i)i**oi »*•
Em "or biSShT 1 »1.«
ftraiiB S' 1 ®*. Klnsa
°ot|M h lnK tMkl, '
•jTi-UO-WU.D
A. J. UONMK
rom RUT.
UK IK BENTTHE NEW S-STOKY '■TOHE
Ij and dwelling N. W. corner Hf h and
Orange. Twelve rooms, exclusive or nati -
room and water-closet. Hot and cold water.
Kent low. Possession Immediate.
EVANS PENNINGTON.
ftS44t
F OK KENT-A H1X BOOM HOUSE,
with a half acre of ground, two miles
rrom Wilmington, up the Foulk road, In
Brandywine Hd. Kent low. Apply to
JAMES T. HIKD, No 401 West Seventh st.
al9-s-tf
(JK KENT-A L.AK1JE DOUBLE
dwelling, suitttlile lor two dwelling*,
Bouth of Market street bridge. AI*o stalls
for two or three horse*. A . , ly at office ol
JONES O0THK1E A OO. mM tf
F
rjVJK HI NT-ONE OF THOSE NEW
I; stores In the block at 4th and French
streets. Also houses for sale in all parts of
the city. Apply to J. K. D. SEEDS A SON,
No. 910 W. 9th street.
TNOK KENT—FRONT
JP second lb
of access. Kent reasonable.
tt'Jl tf
in Iti—tf
'OFFICE ON THF
of 712 Market street. Eaty
D. T. HA WK1NN A. SON.
SMALL
LENT—SEV EKAL
houses, pleasantly located: In goo 1 or
FKAZEK A (Hi., N. E. corner ol
m24-tl
F
UK
der.
" hlrd and Market street*.
F OK KENT-THE NIUE WU'OKY
l.rlrk house next to the corner ufdedftr
nml Brown street*. Keut low to goo.l tenant.
JOHN I'. COLE, Trustee.
F ob kent-dwellino in the »i h
Ward Also store 104 East Socond street.
Apply to JOSHUA M AKIS, flOl Shipley st.
a29-2tf
UUNISHEI) BOOMS WITH HOAUD.
Also tulilo board, at H. E. cor. .Seventh
and West streets. a Mm
UJOB KENT-3 DEMKAHLE OEHUES,
{J At No. aas Shipley street. Dr. H. OAK
*KT. Dentist. lJl>-tf
F
OK KENT—A 100 AUKE FAKM,
Talleyvtlle. Brandywine Hun
this office. J24-tf
IOK KENT-KOOMB, WITH BOARD.
Also table hoard, at MKS. 8. T. TUK
EK'tf. No. 800 Washington street. a28-3tf
E near
L Apply at
T7IOK KENT—CHEAP, A 7 K () O M
JP house, 1330 Orange street. Apply at 1011
Market street a23-0tj
UK RENT-SMALL HOUSES. G. H.
TINDALL, 701 French street. a23-0tf
F
OK KENT—DE81KABLE KOOMS AT
111H Kiug street.
F
alH tt
FOB HALE.
F ob nale-a a-NTonr, h-booh*
«d house, with ball., from
porch, front and back yards, ce
mented cellar, with heater and all
modern Improvement*. The prop
ert
provcmeniH. ineprw|><
ty in In aline location. Hr*!clans
dor, and can be bong lit on rea>
Inquire on the
premises, HOI Nonroe street, or at
the Bcpubllcao ollice.
HKORUK V VERNON.
or
sonable terms.
I NO K SALE OK KENT-THK NEW TWO
' story brick bouse No. 832 Mon'oe street,
containing eight rooms with hath.saloon par
lor, open fairway, heater in cellar, water
closet, newly | apered and painted, ami in a
of ecu fefit front by 120 feet
deep. Now is the time lo purchase, as small
house* will never be so'd eheupcr in this city
Apply to W. SCOTT VERNON, this office
No. 1 order. N
1 710K SA LE-DW ELL1NGS NO. 904 AN I
2 900 Jack*
* rooms
on streof, just completed , sev
h, umleriiialned, open stair
ways. porches, front, side snd bnck yards.
Also 827 West Ninth street, 10 rooms, aj»ply
to JOHN HAKE. No. 829 West Ninth street.
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'
) houses.cgntain
l 9 rooms, f:ont and side
i first class
Kulldlng lots or
exchange If deslre.d.
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,. OK S ALE -TW
'' lug 8 rooms
yards, with front porch, i
Easy torirs.
Her houses taken In
Address BARGAIN, this office.
igh
borh
i.
IN EASY
plOK SALE-CHEAP. ANI
Tins, a very desirable building 1 »t,
w ol Delaware River, from
Mix to
eight foot of good building sard, lot 90x197
three streets. Apply to M.
>L, No. 9 East Seventh st. al9 eodlin
vie
ti
feet, fr* nting
T. 1
F OR SALK.— ONE PORTABLE BOIL
••r. 8' o lbs.: 1 cast lire pan, 1200 lbs.; 1
pan, 800 lbs. 1500 boxes In stacks,
wlil be sold low. Apply at S. E. corner 2d
and Po|»lar streets. ai2t-eo*l-if
cast fi
F OR SALE OR HEN'I—THE THREE
story brick store house. 25 feet front, 40
reot deep. No, 112 West Front street, next to
the City Hotel; a good stand for business.
Inquire of Jas. C. Alkln crJas. F. Wood &
H jy 10-tf
Co.
)l( SAI.E—SKVKKAL I.AKOK l.c
]U0x4iK) fuet, sultfible lor
. south of Market street hrliltre.
Hr.DiiywIne water on tiremlse*. Apply atf
ollice ol JUNKS OUTlttUKat UO.
F
mi f»<*
lug
r l ,os
24 11
KiO FEET AT THE
OK SALE-LOT 12
_ northwest corner of Sixth and Kodncv
Btreots. Elegant location. Terms to suit the
buyer E. H. GREGG. 016^ Market
street. a21-10t
F
F or sale-two goodoows, with
calves. Appiv to JOHN T. HLN
DK1UKSON, near MoOantion's Church.
a28-3td-ltw*
F OR SALE-A NUMBER OF ONE AND
two h* rse business wagons, for sale at
blacksmith shop, No. 623 West Front st
a28-0tt
OR SALE-AN ELEGANT SO llOON
er. Suitable for grain, sand or oyste
Apply to I). II. KENT, 620 Jollerson.
a26 3t sa we &. sa
F or sale—fikst-ulass house
N«. 6**3 West street. N
Call at 111 Market street.
F
tra<lo.
and ill* top
aplH-tf
F or sake—a uooi>, ui'ki *ht
piano cheap for cash. Apply from 9 to
12 m., at room No. 7, Institute. a28 tf
I7*OK SALF—AGOO'GIUKH AM BULL,
JJ two years old. Also two fat cows. Ap
ply at this office. a28 6tf
OKS ALE-2 Ac 3-Sl'K l N G DE A R H() R N
wagons, at HAMMOND'S, Second and
French streets. a31mf
F
OF WINDOW
Will sell
OR SALE-A LOT
framef, sashe* and doors.
Call at No. 8 E. 2d street, a26-cod-tf
F
cheap.
B (jaki>in(1-two<ientkeiv.un<;an
nhtaln heard Inaaentccl. privuto lain
lly. Front room and excellent locatlvin. Ad
dress. S, this office. ap-Dtf
A FRONT ROOM WITH
her board
gllAKDIM
ers wanted. Also table boarders at 6'4 King
street. fa29-0t*J MRS. APPLEBY.
nn*l wll«'.
ife
CrUBRAlEQ
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SitTerS
The kidneys act as purifiers or the blood,
and when their functions are Interfered
with through weakness, they neod toning.—
They become hoathfully active by tho use of
Hostetler's Stomach Bitters, when falling
short ol relief from other sources. This fu
perb stimulating tonic also prevents and ar
rests fever and ague, constipation, liver com
plaint, dyspepsia, rheumatism, and other
ailments. Use It with regularity. Fer sale
by all drugglBts and dealers generally.
HER I.ART l*ONY.
In the rarest of greenwood valleys
A motherless girl ran wil l,
And the greenness and silerne and gladness
Were soul of the soul of the -hild.
The birds were her gay I ttle brothers,
The squirrels her sweethearts shy ;
And her heart kept tune with the bre
And sailed with the clouds in the sky,
And angels kept doming and going,
With beautiful things to do :
And wherever they lefta footprint
A daisy or buttercup grew.
She a as taken to live In the c ty,
So thick with pitiless folk
And she could not smile for Its badness.
And could not breathe I or its smoke.
she lay on her pallet.
Too woary and weak to rise,
A stnllo of meltable longing
Brought dews to hor faded eyes :
for a meek-eyed daisy,
t )r r. yellow buttercup dear !
on't some kind angel remember,
And pluck one and bring It here
•zes,
And now
" h
W
Th«-v brought h«*r a bunch of daisies ;
She took them with flagers weak,
And kissed them, and stroked them, and
loved them.
And laid them against her cheek
els to send them,
too tired t'» pray ;
"It was kind of the
And now 1
If 14o<| looks down at the daisies.
He'll know what I want to say."
I hey burled them
And when she shall wake and rise,
ay not the llowers bo qu'ckoned
bloom In her happy skies.
5
her bosom ;
Why
And
HIM NTEF-NOTHKK.
BY M 11,1.1 F. MONTltOSK.
Mr. John Warrington, Sr., and Mr.
John Warrington Jr., commonly called
JaCK, sat together at the breakfast-ta
ble.
They were alone, the servant having
been dismissed by the elder gentleman,
to a fiord him an opportunity of an
nouncing his approaching marriage to
his son. This he did in as few words
as possible, and Jack stammered out
his congratulations in a confused man
ner, and then an embarrased silence
fell between them.
Mr. Warrington could see that for
some reason his intended marriage was
anything but pleasing to his son, and
as the latter had no acquaintance with
the lady of his choice, Mr. Warriugton
knew that it could not be on account
of a personal dislike to her. There
could be but one reason, he thought, so
he said kindly :
" My son, you need have no fear that
your prospect* will suffer by the
change I contemplate in iny condition.
I am sorry that you do not appear to l>e
leased at the prospect of my marriage;
ut an introduction to Frances Noble
will at once dispel any prejudice you
may have formed against her. True,
she is somewhat younger than myself,
but in spite of the disparity in our ages
I believe we shall be very happy."
.Jack waited respectfully until his
father had finished, ar.d then answered
warmly :
" You wrong me, sir, by iinpuning
to ine any doubts of your generosity.
Ifl was presiimptoiis enough to ques
tion mentally the wisdom of your
choice believe me it was only anxiety
for your happiness which prompted me.
But I lour it will be some time before 1
can have the pleasure of an introduc
tion to the lady, as during your absence
from home lately I have made an en
gagement with Hal Forbes and a few
others to join thorn in an expedition to
the Yellowstone region."
Mr Warrington frowned slightly;
he read in this suddenly announced in
tention a resolve to escape as much as
possible from intercourse
father's second wife. But time and
circumstances, be reflected, would cer
tainly dispel Jack's hastily formed
prejudice against her, so wisely decid
ing to leaxe it to time, be said quietly :
" As you please, Jack. But will you
not accompany me to Ailerton before
you leave ? I am going down there
again on Saturday."
" Unfortunately, sir, Hal's prepara
tions are made to start the day af
ter to-rnorrow. ami it will take me
every moment to get ready. You
am sure, make all the apologies neces
sary forme."
Mr. Warrington was somewhat
pained by iiis son's want of sympathy,
but he acknowledged to himself that
after all, perhaps it watt ouly natural
that, the son, who hail been bin father's
sole companion formally years past,
should resent the thought of another
corning between them.
" But he will be quite reconciled to
the change as soon as he knows Fran
ces," declared Mr. Warrington men
tally.
While Jack's thoughts ran in this
wise :
" Poor old dad ! 1 am afraid he will
repent this step. I have heard of Fran
ces Noble. To be sure I never beard
anything but, good of her, but who c
believe that a beautiful girl of eighteen
would marry a m»n of fifty for love!
it's not natural. 1 f there is any love in
the matter on her side, it's for the dear
old boy's bank account, and she must
be a mercenary little wretch."
With theso sentiments toward his
future step-mother Jack departed with
his companions for the National Park,
and while at the last point where news
from the East could reach him, he re
ceived the announcement of the mar
riage of John Warrington, Sr., to Fran
ces H. Noble.
During the next few weeks spent
amidst the sublime grandeur of that
wonderland, Jack almost forgot the ex
istence of bis father's second wife, but
when at, last the travelers turned their
faces eastw ard, he admitted reluctantly
that the dreaded meeting could no
longer be put off'.
It was late in the afternoon of a
lovely autumn day that Jack presented
himself at the door of his father's
mansion. The servant who answered
his ring was surprised to see him ; it
seemed he xvas not expected, the letter
he had written announcing the date of
his return having probably mis
ith bis
ill,I
carried.
In answer to liis inquiry for liis fath
er the servant said that he had gone to
Nyaek to spend the day.
" And Mrs. Warrington with him, of
course," thought Jack, experiencing a
dt cided sense of relief that liis intro
duction to her was delayed yet a little
longer.
Emerging presently from his own
room, after having removed the dust of
travel, he was about to descend tho
stairs when a light footfall and
elamation of surprise caused him to
turn his head in the direction of the
sound, and there just behind him stood
a lovely young cirl, clad in a creamy
white dress of some thin material, with
a bunch of crimson roses in her belt.
At first he could not imagine who
she could he, and then Hal Forbes' de
scription of Frances Noble returned to
him. " Tali and dignified, with a lot
of glossy dark hair, worn like a crown,
odd style but suits her," Hal had said,
" complexion as fair as a blonde's,
in spite of her dark hair and eyes,
and just the loveliest mouth you ever
saw."
As she came forward now, extending
her hand with a gesture indescribably
frank and winning, her bright smile
showed the dimples lurking in the cor
ners of that lovely mouth.
" It is young Mr, Warrington, is it
not? " she said.
"Yes," wtsall Jack could answer,
and the 1 r< covering himself a little,
he stammered: "and you are-" he
paused. Although majestic as a young
queen, ' Mrs. Warrington ' seemed too
matronly a title for her; so he substitu
ted: " the new member of the family."
Her laugh rang out as musically as a
chime of bells.
" How delighted I am that you accept
ineaa such; do you know that I was
torturing myself with fear that you
mid resent my presence as that of an
interloper. But now I foresee that we
shall Im the best of friends. We will
mutually agree to make the existing
state of things as pleasant to each other
as possible, shall we not ?"
' With all my heart," cried Jack
eagerly.
''I suppose," said she, as they de
uceiidtsl the stairs together and entered
the drawing room, " that you are much
disappointed at not finding Mr. War
rington at home."
assented Jack, and might
have added truly, "hut more surprised
that you did not acc,om|suiy ldin."
"Don't you think it would simplify
matters if you were to call me Jack 7"
he ventured to say, and straight way
was sorry for the words, for they raised
the question ot how he should address
her.
" V
"It would be to ridiculoua to call her
mother," he thought.
And Homehow the thouglitof the rela
tion abe bore to his father seemed more
distasteful to him than ever.
" Jack it ehall be," «he said ; " and
never
I
you must call me Fanny.
Frances to my most intimate friends,"
with a charming smile.
Aud then they dined together, aud
afterward adjourned to the drawing
room, where Jack entertained his fair
listener with a description of his trav
els ; and, in return, Fanny went to the
piano and played and sang his tavorite
songs.
Suddenly the sound of a carriage
driving up to the door interrupted the
singing.
"They are here," cried Fanny,start
ing up from the piano; aud before .lack
could ask her whom she expected be
sides his father, that gentleman entered
the room, and by his side was a lady
who bore a marvelous resembianco to
Fanny.
"Ah, Jack! this is a pleasant sur
prise," cried Mr. Warrington; then,
turning to the lady he added, "Frances,
I am very happy at last to present my
sou to you, Jack, my boy, this lady is
Mrs. Warrington."
Poor Jack ! for the very life of him
he could not have spokeu a word. He
wanted to take Mrs. Warrington's hand
aud say a few words such as the occa
sion demanded,but his surprise was too
great, and instead, he looked around
For a momeut, and then blurted out :
"Mrs. Warrington ! who then is-"
aud then he stopped short as a peal of
laughter burst from the lips of Fanny.
"Oh mamma !" she cried ; " I,do be
lieve he has all along been mistaking
me for you. Oh, Jack ! do forgive me
for laughing so, hut really it is too ri
diculous."
Mr. and Mrs. Warrington were con
vulsed with laughter ; while Jack, in
spite of the sorry figure he cut,
obliged to succumb to the general mer
riment, and laughed as heartily as the
others at his absurd mistake. He never
could rightly understand how he had
come to take it for granted that it was
Miss Frances Noble who was to wed
his father instead of her mother, the
still young and elegant widow, who
bore her thirty-five years so gracefully :
but the idea having once entered his
mind seemed confirmed by subsequent
incidents.
Jack found his step-mother to be a
model of womanly sweetness aud intel
ligence, and was delighted that his
father's happiness was built upon such
sure foundations as her truth and indis
putable affection for her husband.
For his stop-mother'sdauglUer Jack's
admiration knew no bonds, but increas
ed and dec, ened as the months sped by.
One ev« mug in early spring time Mr.
Warringtou surprised his sou aud step
daughter in what seemed to be a very
conrhb utial conversation indeed.
F uiuy,her face crimson witli blushes,
1 have hurried away.buUack held
her firmly by the hand.
"It seems," said Mr. Warrington,
with a quizzical look, " that you have
succeeded marvelously well iu overcom
ing your antipathy to Frances Noble."
" Indeed I have, sir, and I am happy
to tell you thatl have gained her con
sent to become my wife."
"My dear," said Mr. Warrington,
taking Fanny in his arms and kissing
her afiectiouately, "Jack is a good hoy,
though he does make little mistakes
occasionally, but as ho never yet has
mistaken wrong for right, I think you
have a fair chance for happiness when
you become Mrs. John Warrington, Jr."
was
French street wharf is the place for
good clean coal.
"49"€AFmrPBWt:,$75,000.-»
Tickets only S3. Nbares In propor
tion.
man
Louisiana State Lottery Company
"We do hereby certify
e arramremeutB for all
that we supervise
we sup
Month!
the
the arrangements
Semi-Annual Drawings of The
State Lottory Company, aud In person
age and control the Drawings themselves,and
that the same are conducted with honesty
fairness, and in good faith toward all parties,
and we authorize the Company louse this
certificate, with fac-slmilos of our signatures
attaohed, in its advertisements."
ntniy ana
Louisiana
ConunlMNlonern.
Incorporated In 1808 for 26 years by the
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
purposes—with a capital of $1.000,000—to
which a reserve fond of over $650,00C has since
been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its fran
made a part of the present Mate
Constitution adopted Dec. 2nd, A. D , 1879.
Tho only Lottery ever voted on and en
dorsed by the poojiloof any State.
TT NEVER SCALES UR PI 1STPONES.
■ In Grand Single. Number Draw
IngN fake place monthly.
A NPI.ENBIB OPPORTUNITY TO
WIN A FORTYNF. FIFTH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS F, IN THE ACAD
EMY OF MUSIC, NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, Way lJUh, 18&4-10Mth
Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000.
100,000 Ticket# at $5 Each. Frac
tion#, In Fifth# In Proportion.
list or piuzKs;
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
1 do
1 do
2 PRIZES OF $0000
6 do
10 do
20 do
100 do
300 do
500 do
1000 do
chi so
. $76,000
.. 26,000
. 10,000
. 12,000
. 10,000
10,000
. 10,000
..... 20,000
. 30.000
. 26,000
. 26,000
dt»
do
3000
IIIOll
{**)
200
100
fiO .
36
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
9Ai)proxlmatlonPrlzesof$750. $0,760
1 1 500. 4,600
250. 2,260
do
do
9
do
do
it
1907 Prizes, amounting to.. ..$206,600
Application for rates to clubs should be
ado only to the office of the Company In
Now Orleans. ,
further Information write clearly, giv
ing frill address. Make P. O. Money Orders
pijihle and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK,
New Orleans, La.
POSTAL NOTES and ordinary letters by
Mall or Express (all sums of $6 and upwards
by Express at our "P«""i*DAtJPHIN,
Mew Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIW,
e07 Seventh 8t.> WMhtncton, D.G
ns
For
ADAMS £ BROTHER,
•M—
DRT GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES CROCtERT
BLISS AND TINWARE.
—M—
A Oenulne Line of llou#eliol<l
(iooilN, tliiit for price aud
quality can wot bo
excelled.
—K—
Toys, Holla, Fancy (•onidN, Black*
board#. DeNbs, MooIn, t lialrs,
llolI ( nrrlages,Hook n JlamcN,
Maakg, elc., etc.
M—
EASTER, BIRTHDAY AND FANCY CAROS.
VelocInfdVN, Expre## Wagons,
WliefimrrowM, Stair, Entry,
llcni|»au<l It tig < ttrpMH, Floor
Ntair and Tabic Oil4 lotI ih,
Ntep* Ladder#, Wooden*
ware. The Largeat
and Mo#t 4'
plete l.lnc of
Baby Carri
age# in
the
Ntate, which we aell at prlcea lint
defy competition.
504 MARKET STREET. 504
Agent for Harper Bazaar Patterns.
HlLADELBHlA,WILM1NOTON AND
BALTIMORE KA1LKOAD
P
January 7th. 1884.
Trains leave Wilmington a« follows:
For Philadelphia
•1 intermedjate sta
tions. 0.40, 7.00, 10.30 a. in. ; 2.30, 4.00, 7.40,9.61
p. m.
Philadelphia, (express), 2,2.45,0.30, 7.60,
8.16, 9, 9.39, 9 57, 10.07, 11.53 a. in. : 12.46, 1.54,
6.17, 0.10, 0.37, 0 46 p. in.
New York. 2.00, 2.45, 0.30, 8.40, 7.00, 10.07,
11.53 a. m. ; *12.38, l.M, 2.30, 5.17 , 0.37, 0.40 p.
For West Chester, via Lamokln, 0.40 and
8.16 a. m.; 2.30 and 4.(w p, m.
Baltimore and intermediate stations, 1.06,
10 00 a. in. P0.OO p. in.
Baltimore and Bay Line. 7.00 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.43, 8.06,
10.00 a. in. ; 1 00, *1.11, 5.03, 7.00, 11.09 u.
Baltimore only, 1.05 a. m. ; 12.27 and 0
Trains for Delaware Division leave for:
New Castle, 0.oo, 9 06 a. m. : 1.15, 3.00, 4.06
and 0.26 p. m.
Harrington, Delrnar, and way stations, 9.06
a. in., and 1.16 p. in.
Wyoming and way stations, 0.25 p. m.
Express for Harrington. 4.00 p. m.
m.
p. m
SUNDAY TKAINS,
Philadelphia ami Intermediate stations,
8.10 a. m. ; 12.00 in. , 0.30, 7.40. 9.56 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York. 2.00, 2.45 a.
m. ; 6.17. 0.37 0.40 p. m.
For West Chester, via Lamokin, 8.10 a. m.
and 6.30 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.43, 8.06,
10.00 a. m.; 11.09 p. m. Baltimore, 1.05 a. m.
For further information passengers are re
ferred to the time-tables postod at the Sta
tions.
Trains marked (*)
upon which extra faro ischarged.
CHARLES E. PUGH. J. K. WOOD,
General Manager. General p, i«»»engor Agen
limited express
DION (>| TIIKIK,
S
GEN'L FURNISHING UNDERTAKER
NO. ;i'2« EAST SEVEN Til SI\,
WlLM
TERMS—20 per cent.less than usual price
lNOTON. DKLAWARK.
IECHELL A It EC It,
M
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS AND
PRACTICAL EMBALMEKS,
NO. 112 KINO NT BEET,
WlLMINDTON, DELAWAI
I Thomas Mitchell,
103 W. Seventh st.
omkph E. Beck.
412 King street.
B. MARTIN.
J.
NDEKTAKEK
;.M HALM EH.
AND
FURNISHING
NO. 007 Nil 11*1.EY NTREET.
«W*N1GHT CALLS attended to promptly.
POISON
In the blood l8|apt to show itself in thoSprmg.
and nature should by all means be assisted
In throwing it ott. Swift's Specific does this
efteetively. It is a purely vegetable, non
polsonous remedy, which helps nature to
force all the poison or taint out through the
pores of the skin.
Mr. kohert A Easlev, of Dickson. Tenn .
had
writes, under *lato March 10, 1884 : "
chills and lover, followed by rheumatism,
tor three years,
tend to mv business ; had tried almost every
kind of medicine, and found no relief. A
friend recommended Swift's Specific. 1 tri
ed one bottle and my health began to improve
I continued until I had taken six bottles,and
It has sot
0
that I was not able to at
sound and well
on my feet,
,'cr. 1 recommend it to all similarly affiict
a'
ed."
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to applicants.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawers. Atlan
ta. Ga. New York Office, 159 West 23u
street.
BUY
BUSHS'
COAL,
FKHST.WH
all
in
CHOICE LIQUORS.
TIIE LARGEST STOCK.
TIIE FINEST QUALI
TIES, THE MOST REA
SONABLE PRICES,
AtiiioOM Established and Reliable
Houso of
FRANCIS KELLY ANI) CO.
108 MARKET STREET.
WARD B. ROWLAND,D.V.S
Veterinary Surgeon,
No. 10 East Seventh Street,
Wilmington, nelawarr.
finduit* if imiricin titirlmry College, N, t
deftmO
HOLE IN THE WALL,
106 EAST THIRD STREET.
Bar Stocked with Hie Fine*! Win®*
Liquors, Negara, elc.
JNO. McHUGH. Prop.
)anl&-ly
A ttention-all persons de.
siring pure Drugs or Chemicals, or
wishing their prescriptions or private receipts
carefully compounded with pure material*,
should go to tne drug store of
K B. It. HKINGHUKST,
817 Market street, Wilmington, Del.
«OTI€H.
OT. C Jfi—SC HuOL ELECTION.
N
An election for members of the Board of
iimington, will be
*0118
Public Education in
held on SATUKDA Y, May 3d, 1HS4.
will bo open at twelve or thirty minutes
thereafter, and close at six p. iu.
The Inspectors of the precinct In which the
elecuou is to be held in the ward will hold
the school election.
Members to be elected ami places of voting
are as follows :
Fill ST WAKD—One member for two
years. Polls, old No. 13 School House, Sec
ond near Washington street.
SECOND WARD—One member for two
years undone mernner for one year. Polls,
Felton House, Second and Walnut streetH.
THIRD WAKD—One member for two years
and one member for one year. Polls, Public
School House No. 10, corner Elm and Adams
s. recta.
FOURTH WAKD—One member for two
years. Polls, Public School House No. 7,
corner Fifth and PI tie streets.
FIFTH WAKD—One member for two years
Polls, Public School House No. 9, Eighth
and Wollaston streets.
SIXTH WAKD—One member for two years
Polls, Public School House No, 6, Walnut
above Twelfth street.
SEVENTH WAKD—One member for iwo
Polls, Public School House No. 2,
l Washington streets.
EIGHTH WAKD—One member for two
years. Polls, Public School House No. 8, cor
ner Seventh nnd Spruce streets
NINTH WAKD One member lor two
years. Polls. Old Academy.
TENTH WAKD—One member for two
years Polls, Public School House No. 15,
HarMson above Third street.
ELEVENTH WAKD—One member for
two years. Polls, Public School House No.
19, corner Oak and Harrison streets.
HENKY B. MORROW,
a23-10t Secretary Boardof Public Education
years
corner Eleventh
OTIUE-l AM NOW KEADY TO BEO
_ ulate the weights aud measures in and
for New Oastle County, for the year 1884.—
All persons wishing to have the same done
or to consult me about anything pertaining
thereto, can find me at my residence, 1138
i'oplar street, where prompt attention will
he given to ail work left to he
qulrles cheerfully answered
N
, or all In
JACOB DEAKYNE,
Regulator of Weights andiMeasures.
Wilmington, Del., April2lst 1884. 22-eod3ir
OT1CE—ALL EXEOUTOKS, ADMiN
Istrtttors and nuardiane, whose ac
counts are overdue, are hereby notified that
they rnuBt present the same, with their
vouchers, for settlement before the Kegiste^,
or abide the Act of Assembly in such case
made and provided. ». C. BIGGS,
ap2-lm-eod Keglster.
OT1CE-DK. A. E. FRANTZ HAS
removed to No. 301 Delaware Avenue,
between Tatnall and West Btreets.
Office hours :
7 to 9, morning.
1 to 3, afternoon.
0 to 8, evening.
N
N
fet>20-3m
OTIOE TO BUILDERS - WE ARE
now prepared to furnish from 600 to
1,000 perch of stone at short notice. Call on
or address F. H. LAW. near Mt Salem
church. alw-tf
N
OTIC E-DELAW ARE LOAN ASSO
elation Stock In a new series for side
Apply day or evening to
a7-lrn GEORGE C. MAK1S. Secretary.
N
oTIt'E — M. SMITH. 211 KING
street, bells watches tx clocks cheaper
a2-tf
N
than any one.
T he sheriff a .ty.—hie under
signed otters hlmsolf as a candidate for
the nomination of Sheiitt of New Castle
County, subiect to the decision of the Re
publican party. He also pledges himself to
support the successful nominee
JACOB HERMANN,
New Castle. Del
! 28 -dfcw-tn
OK SHERIFF. OF NEW CASTLb
_ county, in 1884.FRANKC. STIDHAM,
ol Wilmington Hundred. Subject to the de
cision of the Kepu'dican party. Pledging
myself to eui»port the successful nominee.
)10-tl
F
HE SHEK1FFALTY-JAMES J. ViN
_ CENT, of N. Christiana Hundred, of
fers himself as a candidate for the nomina
tion ofSherltt of Now Castle County, subject
to the decision of the Republican party.
febl6-lmt
T
OK SHERIFF—HIRAM W. MOOKE
_ of Wilmington. Subject to the decision
of the Kej»ublloan party. At the same time
1 pledge myself to support the succe.-sful
nominee whoever he may be. m8-tn
F Oli CORONER OF NEW CASTLE
County, in 1884, CHARLES E.
SPARKS, or Wilmington Hundred. Sub
ject to the docislon of the Republican party
m3-tn
F
F OKSHEKIFF-WM. A. HU KILL, OF
Pencader Hundred, (formerly of St,
Georges Hundred. Subject to the decisior
of the Republican party.
marl32-m*
DR. SIMMS'
Vegetable Pills,
The Perfevtlen of PUli,
Hanklud's Favorite PlIU
The most famous liver medicine on earth,
griping, sickness or weakness attend thMj
operation. They do not leave the bowels cos
tive. They tone and strengthen the Liver,
the kidneys, stomach and skin,
curing liver complaint, sick headache, neu
ralgia biliousness, pain In the sides or b*ok,
pain In the bowels, kidneys or bladder, etc.
Very valuable in dyspepsia, malarial fever oi
dumb ague, chills and fever, general woai
ness, loss of appetite, etc. They are splendK
for weakly females as an assistant to keep tbi
system healthy. They are endorsed and r*.
commended by thousauds as the nicest pot*
gative and splendid liver medicine. Elegant
ly sugar coated; 26 oents a box; family boxei
0 in one $1. Sent by mail. Sold by leading
dealers in medicines. Main depot, Fourth
and King streets, Wilmington, Del.,
Arch street. Philadelphia.
No
and act
and 0Ot
nov 22 -tf
EAST SIXTH STREET IS THE
ottering great bar
108 pla3e. We
gains. We don't want to move any of this
stock to our now store. French prunes, 3 ft*.
a great bargain; 2 cans of green,
gages for 25c. : 2 cans of French prunes for
26<-. ; 3 cans of red cherries for 26c., make
delicious pies. We otter good corn at 7o. a
can : 3 cans of corn at 25c.; oottee 8D»s. for
$1.00. Our ceftee at 20o. a lb is the cottee you
pay 26c. for at other places. 6 bags of Hour
for $1.00 ; our best Hour at 90e. ; large bag
for 45c. : small bag lowered this day ; dried
beef 18o. by the piece : plain shoulder for
9c.; sugar curod for 11c. ; print butter for
26c. Fresh eggs always on hand,
potat
a2G-cod-3t*
for 25c.,
a lot of fine
for 25c. at 103 East Sixth street.
T. M. W1EK.
a
ROSES! ROSES!! ROSES !!!
3O.000 healthy roscTT^oiants for sale. 12
healthy, hardy, ever blooming roses for $1.
They are not common, hut choice roses. 60,
000geraniums, fuchsias.verbenas,heliotropes,
allyssum, begonias, lilies, pausies,coleas,and
all other popular llower plants for salo. Six
large greun-housos full ol llowers. Catalogue
ready. Send for one. Hut don't forget
my roses. They were never ollered so cheap
in Delawaro before. Every family should
have a dozen. 1 will be glad to meet you at
Crystal 1'alaco Rose Park, on the Newport
Pike, or address by ma ll,
JVl. HAYDEN, Florist,
702 Market street,
W'lluilugton, Del.
f
nnl9 eod-tf
>K SPRING OF 1884. 300,000 NO. 1
peach trees, varieties suited to all sec
and old standard
F
tions, Including all the
sorts : also 100,000 applo trees, largely of the
long keeping varieties, among which
are varieties that will keep into late Spring
house cellars. Those rarities are
well udaptod for planting South, where the
western varieties ot Winter sorts are all Fall
ajijiles, Kiefer and Leconte pears. Small
fruits, grapes, nut bearing aud orn.i«nental
trees, with a full line of all kinds of nursery
stock at low prices. Catalogues showing
how anti what to plant, with much valuable
information, mailed gratis to all apjdioants.
Great Northern and Southern Nurseries,
RANDOLPH PETERS, Wil., Del.
m8-8tdsu-2mw
J.
of
rTS
,■ IIV IIUAIN t N
cun', for Kit,
■ Afcetimt. iMFAl.i.ini
H A<) Fits after Jint dav
■ trial bottle free, to Fil
HI expressagt'. 8end nanie, P.O. and express
* atlilrPHB to Da. K LINK. 931 Arch 8t., Phila
delphia, I'a. Su principal dr*:jffisU.
STOPPED FREE
Atarvflniu success.
InsacororuonsEootorol
DR. KLINE'S Great
NERVE RESTORER
eh vi Diseases. Only
Epilepsy and Nervt
:.e If taken as directed.
\t use. Treatise and $2
t patlenta, they paying
TAMES A BRO.,
NO. 904 MARKET STREET,
Have a large assortment of Knives, Forks
Ivory, Hard Rubber, Rosewood and all
styles of Pooket Knives.
Telephone No. 16
SBKUS
FLOUR.
i. l.O.
ll.Y FLOUR,
BEST
ALA- •
• l*a OF FEED,
VAILIliUvD SKKUS.
NEW STOKE :
NEW STOCK !
I, D: PHILIPS & SON,
W 18 M P0 " | I'HI I,'' 1-s' KUI U )! NG,
( 4th AND FkEN'H.
a 19- 3m
e of
I o g
seeds and
plants.
TO OUR
PATRONS
We have a room purpose
ly tilted up with a lull stock
of exclusivel
BOYS' AN!) CHILDREN'S
SPRING £ RUMMER SUITS
They are so arranged that
they can be seen to advan
tage in the second story, and
will be sold lor cash at prices
that dely competition.
Our line of Spring Suits
for Men and Youth's is the
largest and best assorted we
have ever had. Lowest
prices in this department on
the main floor.
Our second-story front is
filled with the choicest fabrics
for Men's Wear, to be made
to order.
First-class workmanship
and trimming.
Latest styles as soon as
they come on the market.
A good fit guaranteed.
Call and be convinced, at
the Old and Reliable Cloth
ing House,
to
on
to
228 MARKET ST. 228
JOHN H. MOORE.
Uever Buy Spectacles from Traveling Opticians
SUPERIOR -
SPECTACLES AND EVE-GLASSES
PHOTOGRAPHIC OUTFITS,
M 3Iagic I.nntrrns,
, BAROMETERS*
Tliernioineters*
Drawing InsfrumrtilH, Philosophical ant
C hemical Apparatus.
List and Descriptions of
sent FREE on application.
'Ion Catalogues
QUEEN & CO.,
No. 924 CHESTNUT STREET.
PHILADELPHIA.
J0HNP. ALLM0ND
JAMES H. BEGGS.
JAMES i BEGGS £ CO
'!
Wilmington Terra-Cotta and Ornamental Brick.
Works.
OK, 15,o00,000
OFFICE, NO. 10 TV. 8TH STREET.
ANNUAL CAPACITY BUILDINU
A full stock of all kinds
on hand
aprl-8m
1LLOWS.—WILLOW WOOD FOK
our use should be cut xvhen the sap s
frilly up in the Spring, (treo coming into
leaf), and be thoroughly divested of bark and
bo kepi clean
wood, not over four or five years growth, none
over four or five inches in diameter and free
of hoart: the smaller the wood is the better.
;b wood we give $ ».50 per cord, deliver
ed at our Mills on the Brandywine: if deliver
ed with the bark on. It must be hauled within
a few days after it is cut. so tne bark will not
set on it, as it would have to be |*oeled hero.
For such wood with bark on we give $8.00 per
cord, delivered «t the Mills.
E I. Dr FONT, Dk NEMOURS & CO.
a23-30td-6tw
W
st bo all branch
d dry : it
f
LYON&HEALY J
State* Monroe Sts..Chicago. '
'-■"4
Will rend prfpttd to »ny addreu tltelr J
BAND CATALOGUE, f
for losS. 200 210 hok-ravnu* l -
iu, Caps lfelu,
■a*
.if
Epaulet*, C
I
;
t
p"
» M
D
d
I.Cr|
'Mat*. Sundry Hi
fMsterln/*, al*o IncV
rut fio
1
Hand*, aud
for
ut Choioa Hand Mudo,
TBDNIiN AND
J. A. CONNER,
reliable harness
and trunk manufac
turer, No. 4 East
Fourth st., whore
you will find the a
largest assortmentg
of harness, trunks, J
bags, eto., in
city. Ladles and gentlemen's pocket book!
and ladies shopping hags, sold at reasonable
prices. Prompt attention paid to repairing
trunks and traveling bags.
■.vrt'pi
Whlany I Whlaky ! I Whlaky ! t 1
Fine French Hramly, Brandy Dr Mince
Meat, Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Jamaica
ltum, Holland (Hn, oto., by the bottle or
demijohn. SogarB! Sopars ! Oholoe styles,
fi-esh goods; Domestic Scgars, Key West
Segars, otthe most popul ar brands. The Im
perial OrangeOrovopureKyo Whisky. Posi
tively the Finest Whisky extant.
JAMES A. KELLY,
8. W. Cor. Team sikd Bblplej 111

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