VV Ui »; | \iiniie "|^ send loo.. »U'? r
IF «• uerui»" ont - .j], inetrucUoiiF.
?a.th» vl .*-:.75*<ii?r MOKE
<!U tel.pl>""* JJ-tt
|I "' i',".l A
U r 'n',r^ "* ,,h Iii°,; weined, W*.
i., »^*j. * *' .as-im
__ vifcN AND LA
-> m AI K .1*1111* , ' t ' ""
I Ln—A Hl „ Ifoul wag-s
V'i*: n »rs« f.
• utyie 2tj
ttNLEA , ren0 h
t co, n* irl .
I WO HKlt K moulders
uI * °* l 'rn abroad. None but good
ten ml >0 ' U , l gi?g5y min P««l 'Pi' 1 /;..,.
LiLr m°n Al»' t»»lo b0 » ra
\ MIDDLE AGED pro
. • ivniiutu tor generAl house
,>r». at '•
-uiiAKDEKS AI MK>
r ... r v No. 810 King street.
; *.. n A <lt ,A iccoinmolattnu.
uuu s a22 lm*
r A M hi
Churca this city.
W si I'aul .ft M- E
» s 'w TOW).
" .T, thi* otllce. myio«
nrtNlh:' -H 'ARDERS A - 4 N '>• 7 , L /
\l 'ilitloi creel, also table tmirder..
I!r*iurnssned or unfurnnhed as desired,
i>' L " r '"° uiy-16-lm
r NTfci i whItkThrl e.»r;gn
ml 6 2tf
llfAMtD-A U ALE GROW tNi
W Apply at *<4 E**t *
llfAMKlMi.JOD HANDS Oi- O'S
Vi '.,1,1 i.auta. Hi No- * East Tuir-i rtreet.
M ' 1 myl6-2tf
(»IKL FOR GEN
A,,ply .t 203 West
i 1 NEllAL
IfAMID-A GIRL K<H
.-.L.-.A n. Apply
15 '2 I
) G.LL.-V GOOD SEC
l c-iich. Appljr at '.*») VV st
TAN I I D T
WOMAN WAN 174 A
fk .tper, city or country
IITaMI -in vRDEKS AT 111 Wl^T
\y Lir I • roet. Al:o table board.
IfAMtl'-S lAKDKRS AT 106 PGl*
d ii- •■!• -.i '»Do rooms to rent in a
\r\NTi:r-AN EXPERIENCED wo
w. • ' i!**n- rd housework. Reler
II r A>:tl)-\ GOOD HARDER AT
It '-ii- ' • ' Eighth aud Pine Ftreets.
A window chock full of Jerssys, with prices
nrkel ,n them In large figures at
312 MARKET STREET.
1 r t>ltt t"Uo..Ier.*eyi f.»r the'.street,
-ler*ey«, at $1.25, *1.50,$1.76,
h<lf tt.elr value.
hist the c.irsou wy told you about
erer shown In this city.
WAINWR 1 GHT
hose, bl f
> 75 ho 87 cents,
- quality 75 cents,
' of hosier y is the
marl 7 er ,° ,<ered in this
inbbt!? nC< '- Adrive
J® , b nsgan at socts.,
Me n ' ; f S ° d at 2 5 cents.—
!.j n " fanc y halfhosi at 25
3 1 cents, splendid quali
228 King street.
llRariern ,'' 1 " *'l'arlle" Kyi
'Idl-lou,?.!' lry ho has dealt
M','"Mi H r «,i *' ,u 'he pablte.
«sfv t .i'' ltll 'Mielu,.^ Uer *11 the time
tutnofL* 1 " 1 Ura.xo .tr^tK f, 1 " ' aolll
tlM I.' tuff his .Ihut i. r 1110 m *nut»i
l '*ao»wtT. h " h80n «'"•<!
h-aihonn' B,0 . rt to themtv tb u»°." I' lei * 8
lD| i ch(fc, rwu1 ^ k> furniihuJ 10 p aH ever
pto'S S t c . r ,'" m - 'ho
' ,Ul orln, ( ofiiuSSi *•"»«•, weddings
*' nai * may# 8m
<«»; T(lutollla . The pro,.
„ i. in * llnr leceUun, Hrelel»»»
/er hS*r«" » be «•«■«•** on ««•
"'fi. ..Min, Inuutre on Hi*
Antafp'ng »igut rooms with bath,saloon par
OoiitauunK in cellar, water
J u the time m liurctmeo. a» email
linage, will never he n» il cBeeper in .hu etiy
A; ply tT, » routt vkknun, tnt» oittce
«i|x miles tr
Aho farm of 40 acres, u
i .«h trom Wllmlng
Wiltn login n.
1 anil liullillngs, leo
614 Market street.
rwi.K SAL.K (IK KfcNf-THK IHItfch
' ,uiry nrlck store house. W rent front, 40
ileen Me i 12 West f ront stroel, nuit to
imy hotel: a «oo,l stand for business,
uqulreof Jas. O. Alktm r .las. K. W^U
tnilll -4 A I.*'—A K1KSI f'f.AMS Kf.s Al'
r ranCoolDF a l»*g« end P*ylng 1 'usIiimh.
Be subscriber sells out only on account or
F.»r further particulars in<inl
Market street. my 18-21
„ SALE-A „ .
house 603 West sir-et liar,
rgaln. Call on CYRUS MLRN^
O u SAL E—A OdOD, Ul'HlGH I
pKno cheap for cash Apply ,r0I J* g 10
.. at room No. 7 Institute. a ^ tf
TICK SALE-A GOOD FAMILY HORSE
1 A I w priced mare. Apply at stable,
street above Seventh. iwylo-ztt
710 K RENT—A . u
l awelltng. F'Jltal»le lor two tlwelllngs,
s>uth < t Market street rrtd/«*. Also i-ulls
lor two or turee horses. A, ;dy at ottioo ot
lONLS GCJTHKIE A CO. iu24 if
ftOK K ■ N T-l >N t <' F T HI IS 17 N K W
rituroH in tt.o l.look ut «tn »n.l Frunch
st!60ts Also Uuusoh for sale in all parts ot
Apnly to J. K. IF. SLLIfS t. N.>N,
No. 2*0 W DLL street. ml2-Ti
NOR REN I'—A 1 -R
1 Poplar st. , aDo a
uth V.u Hu.en t. Apply to
(UJKLKri', No. 1.-24 Went slreut
)M HOUSE, 706
or Ml Eidt
■ 1. and with all
[NO UR ELEGANT
' let. i ontrally lot'
venlenoes. Privilege of parlor,
y 16 tf
ns fc. this*,tit: o.
r«OK RENT—Kit >NTO F1GE UN IRE
of 712 Market attest. EaFy
D. T. HAWKINS
• e^ond uoi:
JjlOK RENT LOW-St» EUAL
i houses in good lineal4tie•*. Apply
UUMASK. LALLY.IEUL Murket ere
,KN1 —nE V ER A L
T iiviU.Hoe, pleas
ler. FRAZER a.
goo ■ o
N. E. come
i D K
dwelling, No 7-;4 We*t Eigb h .itroet
titrate. Apply to W he tt Vo
174011 Kt.NT-A OOlTAliK AC OOKAN
Grove plusna'tUv situated. Apply to
>•; « ) HA.NI>T.fcK.N-,,»0. M .rkot z-THit w
» AND l N
furntHhod rooms Cjutrwl location .
VV. VANDEGnllT, 6lh aiul s
..1UU Kt.M-'i U1S4JBAH1.E omCiB,
r at No. Tit Slitplay straet. Dr. H. (4AK
.. r.T, Daotut. IJ13-U
TTloR RENT—3 LARGE AIRY K
1 l'so of hath. With or without board
j pply at 521 West Kevouth street. iuylo-3tj
rxoK RENT—DE-1KABLE ROOMS AT
i 1118 King street. rn»-t-f-s-tf
HOARDING—A FRONT ROOM Wl'IH
l board for man »*nd wife. Other board
wanted Al-o table bnjrde^eu Kin,
v obtalu noard In a genieol. private lam
v f ront ro *'n and exc ellent location. Ad
dress. S, this office. ap-lkf
ADAMS & BROTHER,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES CROCIERT,
BUSS DID TINWARE
tors. Ire Coolers,
Dali Carrliicea, Yeloelpeds, Ex.
Ueaeral line of HuiMeliold
Uooaa, Toga and rnney «ood»
ai prlaea (bat defy coin pell
Basar Patter a«
Harden's Hand Fire
ArenM lor Harper
504 MARKET STREET. 504
and GciiicntH 1 Ahw»l ule ly u,".
—AlwaVnit-wSy—AI wayaj-l-iuld 1
.»Yt,lm.: LJu-A, A'ooA
JlnckH, Htono, .1 ,
ltuMter '(in-s, imiainent
Books, mul Lver, '".hi* Hso yitb
TeitAe Fabrics, FincCanJa^
mA I-lanos. Artificial Flowery, Imitation
tMktinhottU. eitra. Mb (led only by niauiifacturor*
I.U -O'MEARA A C0.wi»iiS»^
holesale and Retail Commie*
Nos. 2 9 to 213 Shipley street, ad'olnlng the
Kent Iron and Hardware Co. A large stock
of Flour. Corn, Gats, Meal. Ship Bran, eUr
NEEIMk : Clover, Timothy. Orchard, Hun
garian, Millet and all the principal seed*
U80<1 on the farm or garden.
POTATOEN : the best varieties of
toes, for seed and table
Maize *Mfene, for Spring crops.
KANITE. or (Vernmn Pota'h, all the
principal varieties of salt. Onion Sets. 9*>e.
to $1.20 per bushel. Just received, a lot
c Maine Rose Potato**, for send. __
200 to 21:1 Shipley.
A ttention-all persons df
slrlng pure Drugs or Chemicals, of
wishing their prescriptions or private receipts
carefully compounded with pure materials,
should go to tne drug store of
H. K. HKINGHUK8T,
817 Market street, Wilmington, Del.
I1Y 1IKHTHA IIKKTON
One of the noziwit of sitting-rooms,with
cheerful anthracite tire iu the pretty
stove, a ruddy glow uf chairs anil hou
in coverings of crimson terry, a carpet
with the same warm tint, windows
draped n harmony with the other fur
nishings, and bright pictures on the
wall. Buch wae the home of Mrs. Ll
sington, and by the ceuter-table, with a
student lamp shedding its soft light
the choice book* and animals, sat
the little lady, busily crocheting a tiny
sock. . .
Baby had gone for a brief interval to
the " Land of Nod," and his sweet,low
breathing, and the ticking of the small
Swiss clock ou the mantel, alone broke
Outside, the ground was covered with
snow ; a keen air and clear sky, with
stars sparkling like diamonds, render**!
tbe night one to make Mrs. KlHington e
cozy room doubly inviting; and idle
drew a little nearer the lire and glanced
placently about the apartment,
lit, a look that told how four *1W"
walla houndiai the horizon ot her hap
plueaa. Nothing aeemeil laekiu« to
complete her bltHH. Three year* mar
ried, and aa Louia Klaingtotra wile, aiie
deemed heraelf bleeaeti beyond tb
mon lot of mortals.
Their union hail been one of pure
affection, and though croakers had pre
dicted a change, aa time went on noth
ing of the kind trauapirod, and they
were atlll a pair of married lovers.
But Helen would not have been Eden
without an Eve; nor would K
been a woman without curiosity; aud
Amy KlHiugton wan in that reaped as
true an Eve aa could well be found.
She hated a royHtery, and seldom tailed
to solve any that croH«e*l her wav.
Her evening must he spent alone, tor
Louis belonged to sotueaecret order and
it was their night for meeting. It an
noyed his little v Debut there seemed
He had become
no help for it.
ber of the lodge long before he met
pretty Amy Lynne, and telling her of
the good done by the hidden working
of the order, he convinced, or silenced
her, so that she rarely opposed his
going; though all the same, she wished
he would stay at home.
She worked awhile lunger
iniature sock; baby si ill slept sweetly
a button on
stitch iu a pocket
inhiacrih, then sh«
Louia had aaked li**rt«»a»*
hia coat, and to tak
that wan ripped.
She went for the garment, and aat
ith her work-baaket itealde hor
make the trifling repairs, at the aaiue
time examining the pocketa.
Bhe found that they all needed mend
ing and as she turne \ them inside out,
ahe de|K>aited their content* upon the
When the mending was
eplaced the varioua articles.
There were neveral letters, all but one
in business wrapperH; that, a white,
n-racriiied in a
;ir, delicate, feminine lmnd, but not
iliar in its penuiai ship, and
•«he held it up and tm
five minutes before hoi
better of her nice House ot honor, but
curiosity triumphed, and il Louis was
corresponding with Home lady, it
dy time to investigate; thus Hhe
toned, and with a very decided com
u*i it over for
mnosity got the
pression of her lips, an
eyeH, she opened the my
sterious euvelope, to iiud a photograph
of a sweet, womanly face, with dark,
looking up mutely to
in nir hi
word of explanation; the card
was all the envelope contained, an«
the margin below the picture was the
rd, " Edith," the name,
to the pictured face,
an her own; younger,
A fairer face th
What right had her husband to the
picture of another woman?
Distrust had entered the domestic
ilen, and the wife, an hour before so
happy, was proportionally miserable.
At last she replaced the picture in
her husband's pucker, ami carried the
coat to their room.
Then Hhe returned to the sitting-room,
and leaning back wearilv in her chair,
she awaited her husband's return.
Ah, how wretched she felt. Louis
was keeping a secret from her, and she
had fancied herself so blessed in being
She scarcely knew how the time pas
sed till the clock struck eleven, anil her
husband's step was heard.
He came in rubbing hia hands brisk
A bitter cold night," he sai«l,t
st epped behind Amy's chair, aud put
h Is arms about ber caressingly.
He hoped she had nut been louely,
aud wondered bow she ha*l spent lier
Flow, iuileed? But «li«
trivial reply, and Louis Elniugton little
knew of the dlslruet that hiwl erept into
hie wife's heart ilnrliiK hisabsenoe.
Winter passed away, and ne»''e
Hpring brouKht warm days anil southern
zephyrs, b rds and llowers; all that hail
hitherto brought to Amy the most in
tense pleasure, now seemed only to anil
to her misery.
Husband, and child, ami home, her
precious treasures, all powerless lo ex
orcise the demon of jealousy that had
driven |ieace lro*n her hieust.
Ismis felt the clianRi-. An indefi
nable shadow had fallen upon the house
There were no caresses,
not meet him at the door as she had
boon wont to do, and day aft* r day
they drifted apart.
One day Amy Kldngt'
enter her htinband'H office,
hing who rarely did in those days, but
baby was ill, and sho w ished liim to
send the doctor.
She wa** almost at the door,
lady coining out of Mr. Kisington *
oiiico brushed past, her, and :•*« Amy in
voluntarily glauceU at her face, she
saw that it was the original of »uai
s al)out to
It was a
;ht : then,
en her in
in I baby
atched her out
nstead of eut.q^ing,
cntioTj, Hhe v.-*ii-li ur
-owing rapidly worse
She sent for the family phyaf*
but lie shook
who came at once,
head sadly, and inquired for L. ins ;
then he dispatched a messenger I t mm,
as gently as he could, h« prepared
the young mother for what was await
ing her. . .
Already the grim messenger had en
tered, and w as waiting but a brief in
terval ere he bore away the household
Amy could not weep. The *loor open
w and Louis came hurriedly to her
Hide, and as he looked down upon the
convulsed form of the little one, great,
tears coursed down his cheekk, but th*
mother stood apparently unmoved.
The little clock on the mantle tbet
had cheerily mwumred off ho many
hours, now, with measure steady ami
ttolemn,counted off the last fateful hour,
and the baby's brb*f life
He had dropped like a bright spring
flower, crushed by a drenching shower,
d Amy FKlng
J S ; " rV6r " a "d
resolved to go away.
frenzied by her irn*
Bhe was half
aginary trouble and the h
child, and she penned a little note for
her husband, te.ling him tbit as lie
loved another, she would no longer be
an obstacle io his happiness ; that she
wa* going away, and it would be use
less to follow her
Then she sealed and directed her note,
and laying it upon the table in her hus
band's room, leit the house
thought, forever. „
When Louis Klsington found the note
he was astounded. Yhat Amy harbor
ed such a fancy, lie had never dreamed;
and all night ho paced his room,
hat step to take to win back the
But. with the dswn
the old family physician.
He hail met Mrs. Klsington late the
preceding evening, and hu questioning
had elicited the information that she
had left her husband.
Then seeing h»*r wild.exoiied manner.
> go home with
ciuim a call from
he ha*! persuaded her
ills wife had made her as corn
poasihle, Ixit hUh
it wrtH uot long b«n
ntauding by th*i h»*!Hiii« of hi- wife, but
ihodid m»t. know him ; ami tor many
flays* they watched atixiounly. a« life
hung point. 1 .i iu the b.tlaucn.
But at last t!i« rrlnia wan pamed, ami
A ov Ellington drifted iiack to c
HciouHQttHtt, and op«ne<l her cyoe to hw
looking down unoti her
wilh tearful face.
Then she fell int
a long and restful
Her, fttel awoke at iasttoCnd l>ouis
(,ttil by her aide, and she know it
not a dream ; hut
health and strength, the old thought)*
annoy her, till one
of distrust came b
day she 8UruHione*i < «>urage to ask her
husband of that luoi: ess picture, and a
fnw words explained the seemtug
It U;mI been entrusted to hm care by
the wife of one of his friends.
She wished it copied ami enlarged as
a birthday gift for her husband, and as
Louis El sing ton's brother was an artist,
he had undertaken the coin ini ssi on,
wldl»i the apparent secrecy of the nffair
had been only to make tb*' gift a perfect
prise to the lady's husband.
Amy's face Hushed painfully as .she
thought how silly she had been to make
...j much ado about nothing : and in all
her life afterward she never doubted
her husband's love.
l*erHODfl who aro
fhHHff'ii and good humored
the world ; they maimaiu
and wpre.ul a
all who live
peace and happinena,
thankful tamper among
hat experience being
we have only learned
perfectly when we no longer
turn over the
our heat teacher,
It is i
stand in hm*? of them ; and h ;
• led ou
Whnthtu young nr oUJ.Miiiiii. li
K»n nor t<x» lat** to
leave* of your past life,
what yo-\ would do if what, you have
done were to be done again.
odesty is beautiful b t('A\
i the snpremaoy ot th*)
d at the
d sincerity the
•er force and vanity.
Charity makes the beht cot
f things anil pernous, excuses
age, makes tho
t»s every hotly,
ness, exteuaates inlsct
best of '*very thing, forgiv
j serves an.
The days of joy ar*> as long and per
frequent as those of grief ; hut
iacherous or the
either the memory is t
mind is Us* morbid to admit this to he
There scarce can he
ty that is amiable in a w
not becoming in a
ing even modesty or geutlenes* of na*
led one qua'.i
tan which i.s
, not except
A man need only correct himself
with the same rigor that he reprehends
others, and excuse others with the
indulgence that he shows to him
ft looking at a picture,
you (five It the advantage of a goo-1
light. Ite ao courteous to your fellow
to a picture.
creatureM an you
Letters of introduction are not always
"fnl to get a man into society,
e loquent obituaries to
any more tha
get a man into heaven.
The excesses of
drafts upon our obi age, payable with
interest .about thirty years after date.
There are some who write, talk and
think ho much about virtue, that they
have no time to practice it.
Do not lose courage by considering
your own imperfections, but instantly
set about remedying them.
The bread of life is love ; the salt of
life, work ; the sweetness of lifo, poesy ;
the wa er of life, faith.
Training the hand and eye to do work
dI leads individuals to form correct
hah ts in other respects.
We may laugh or weep at the mad
of mankind ; we have no right
whatever to verify them.
From the knowledge of what you
should uot do, you may easily judge
what you should do.
Whatever we may pretend, interest
and vanity are the sources of most oi
Trving to admire that which you do
not like accumulates failure, and ex
You cannot bring the best out of a
unless you believe the best is some
where in him.
Life bee*mi **h useless and Insipid when
we have no longer either friends or ene
We had better appear to be what we
than affect to appear what we are
NobeitloK Away From It.
'i escape trouble, whatever
line of life you choose ; and however
much yon may have y(
find somebody wo
The farmer w
ruined by bugs
die, and whom* turkeys
Is. wbc.se fruit-trees
•ho has had his polftt*
are lost in the
hose familv liave chills,
as he says, has
liis sermons ;
the minister, who,
while that, reverend gentleman, ni*
per, the wood out, and th
increased by any mirac
parents had brought him up as
mer. „ . .
The lawyer, waiting for client*, wish
he were a doctor ; while the doctor
called out five times a night, to travel
through the rain to see people who will
never pay their bills, wishes he were a
lawyer. ,, , ,.
The milliner, who sews all day,and is
sick of the sight of feathers and flowers,
wishes to change places with the mu
sic-teacher. A ..
The music-teacher, sick of stupid
pupils, with their want of time and
tune, wishes she was a milliner, and
could make hows all day in peace.
rishes he were mar
,,In lull Mliti
,1 his dcac.uiis in a tern
.« flour not
Te, wishes bis
rind, when becomes homo to his soli
tary room, ami Highs for a woman a
voice to cheer his solitude.
The married nil*" 1
....in, enduring a certaiu
of enjat length, wishes ho
Poultry Bnalnrao In (ho West.
Jj, L. Johnson, a former Delawarean,
who in now locatsd in the State of Kan
sas, together with F. N. Scott, writes
the following interesting letter to the
Republican, giving agraphic account
the poultry business in that section,
which is given in full for the benefit of
the writer's many friends, who
doubt anxious to hear of his success,
and the letter will also be of interest to
our many readers.
li A year ago I made two very crude
hatchers, designed from some good
points of several I had seen, i filled
them with eggs and they worked fairly
well. I kept them going from Decem
ber 1 to Ju
and that too
1, d aring from them
and above everything,
in apite of the high price
feed and the fact that my chickens
were marketed at low prices, the
highest received being ?ii per dozen anil
the lowest K.7.". During that time l
attended to my regu.ar btisiriesa.
lievitig that this was a good return for
the amouut of work, I began to look
around for a more perfect hatcher, and
my attention was .tiree'ed to tin
mou Sense.' In .lune I gut directions
from .1. M. Bain, N
Secretary of the N. A. Poultry Asso
ciation, and who veil send directions
for making tide hatcher to any
sending -12 cents in postage stamps, to
pre-pay Dostage. I had one made that
lie'll 25 eggs, costing about 17. My suc
cess with their hatcher was all that
could tc desired,and I immediately hail
four more made. From these ti
liaichers I have jus! taken 10311
chickens out of less than 1200 eggs.
'1 believe I am placing it
ay that I hope to clear $2,SOO
by July next and still pursue my usual
business There Is no business i
attention it deserves,
Concord, * >
this, provided one gives it the
ml no business
little capital to s'art ou.
There is no necessity ot ineu trying to
in juopolize it. The
•Id aud the worlil, like
Twit;?, is crying out lor more.
"There are thousands of young men
who are teachers, clerks, etc., who look
forward to getting a start iu some lucky
way. This way is here open for them
if they wili only improve by it.
sands oi young men, too, wL
pendent on some
year could pla 1
high above any dependence, if they
would. (Jet directi'
hatchers immediately, f*
make them yourself."
hide the business
Held is the
ho feel d«
father or brother,
IDyiiHrd'N Tulare Store,
The handsome jewelry store and
rooms of S. II. Buynard,
Sout h weal corner of Fifth amt Market
Mtrecta, is an important- eatahlialimeut
iu tbia city, ami visitors to the plau
in nsicoi.l w;
i immense stock
Mr. Baynard is one
aurpribed at the
of WiluiMigton h moat
and i« fully <• >
nts of the people, i'hia
fact ia recognized by a glimpse at the
atock displayed at this palace
sistaof a full line of the
finest aud iitest novelties in jewelry
and silverware, a specialty being
of gold ami silver watches.
In this line there are many unique
and novel designs iu cases, while the
movements are of the bo.it make and
keep excellent tim*).—
While this stock embraces the best
goods the prices are uot extortionate,
but in keeping with the times,all goods
being marked dow
sible figure:*. Everything that a pur
chaser could wish for,from an ordinary
collar button to a handsome set of dia
monds, can be purchased at the above
place, and persons iu need of anything
in the jewelry line should not tail to
call and examine this atock before
making their purchases, aa it will pay
you if- •: ike the inspection.
to the jewelry trade this
stoic, which con
•ar ran ted
at the lowest pos
fitm ire engaged i
.i full force of c
■\ lU'.b'rstand the hUHiness thorough
v, and ali repair work is done iu the
sa ne building, no that- all persons leav
their work there can rest assured
that it will he done in a proper manner.
In connection with the business above
described, is a musical wareroom,
can be seen the best makes of pianos,
organs and other musical instruments.
A competent manager is in charge of
this department, who is ever willing to
explain the working* of the various in
*trumeats there displayed. Persons
desiring a piano or organ should take a
glimpse of the stock exhibited at Fifth
deciding on thoir
purchases. Merit demauds recogni
tion, and this place should rooeive the
patronage it, deserves.
and Market bob
A celebrate*! dauseuse
ly asked how old her mother wan.
really cannot tell you now " - 1 - i; '
" Every birthday Hhe declare* that she
feels a year younger, aud if this goes on
I shall soon be the older of the two."
Hol 1 and takes pictn res in cloudy weatb •
well as clear, by the installtaneous
Gallory, :407 Market street..
liUSDELFHIA MAH LETS
Red Who.! Nos. 2 anil No. 3.
Prime Red Wheat. 1
oJu ... . .. «W# ♦*
rimotay m.y p-r fid. Bmtl.oi
Mixed .... .
P'PILADHI.rHIA OAVTL* *AIUT.
iheei-, per head....
•_*anit)fl por ft>.
dogs per 100.
Heef • Jactie per 1W
, ..6.1C0 7.6
... 1.12® 1.16
71 mot by bay.
JOHN P. ALLMOND
JAMES H, BEGQS,
JAMES U, BEGGS & CO
Wilmington leria-Cotis anil Omamentil Brick
-in uePAOiTY ntm.nmu iuuok, Ki.cee.ooti
OFFICE, NO. 10 IV. HTI1 STREET.
A full stonk of all kinds
RED STAK LINE.
m«u« R0VA, 'i" I>u '
Nailing Every Hatumay
NEW YORK AND ANTWERP,
filS RHINH, OKKMANY, ITALY, HOLLA.WO kY l
Outward Htovraifo, Hr«P»ld Jj 1 "
warp, |20; Exuank-n, dJabln,
Exourslon, r'.-J; Saloon, from ^oto Lb.Ex
Bett«, 610 Mark.t .wot. ^."y
FORA LARUE ' LOAD Of
kindling wood. Leavo orders at
harness store of WeilkRingwal^
Second and Market ;
(tray, Seoond and ElnuBti-MU;
John A. Ewiiik, Ninth and
MadlHou atroetfl; Mm. f ™'
anti Oranae • or send postal oard to ibc
tory, oornor Union »tre.t ' >l U'. 1 5,i,'7-Y 1 *'
foblfl-lm J AM HR L. MedlNNEY.
-Old at NO. 213
NEW GOODS !
S, H. STAATS,
KO, 405 MARKET STREET
has i ust opened a oh( ice amort,ment of
TAFFETA AND PUBE SILK
GLOVES IN ALL THE LEADING
SHADES ALSO A TULL
LINE OF NEW FAN0I
H 0 SI E B Y AND
U N D E B
FDR LADIES, BENTS, AND CHILDREN.
VERY LOW PRICES.
(JOKING AND SPOUTING — THE
subscriber Is prepared to do roofing,
guttering and spouting, either galvanized
tin of the very best quality, and at
short notice Estimates promptly
All klndsof 1 ouse furnishing goods kept con
stantly on lit nd. Post-office address, Henry
Clay Factory New Castle County,Delaware,
shop, foot of Greek's latino.
* ml9-3m HUGH HOLLAND.
P UBLIC FALK OT HOUSES AND
Oreat bargains may be obtained at the
public sale of homes end lota
ON MAY 10,
At 8 o'clock In the evening,
At the office, second story of the Weatern
Union TelegrHpl. Building, N. E. corner
Third and Markvt >, r c.P, of the following
•• o. 1. Two-atorv brick house, metal roof
13 feet % inches l»> Hi feet. 812 Deed Greet.
No 2 Two-atorv brick house, metal roof,
13 feet •% inches I y s& f et; 814 K*ed street.
No. 3. Two-stoi .v br ek bouse, metal roof,
13 feet % inches by 8ft feet, 816 Reed street.
No. 4 Two-storj brick bouse, metal root,
IS feet % iuche* by K, fret, 818 Keed street.
Nos. 1, 2, 2 and 4 have two-Btory brick back
buildings, bath roam, hot and cold water.
No. 6. Two-story brick bout
17 feet by 160 feet. 614 West Front street, run
nln' back to Keed street.
No. 6. i*ot nortli side of shearman street,
between Tenth and Eleventh and Lombard
and Pine streets, nr, feet Irorn i.ombard st.,
17 feet 6 inches b v to feet.
No. 7. Lot on nortti side of Shearman st.,
between Tenth and Eleventh and Lombard
»rd Pine, 76 feet from pine street, 701eot by
No. 8. Lot on
street, 26 feet from
street, 126 feet by l
. metal root,
■• erljrsideo Buttonwood
the northerly side ef A
TERMS * FSALE:
evening ot sale, 20
B« ilJ 60 days ; a mortgage ot 76
ie remainder will he taken,
embers of this association or persons
taking shares may JeHve a mortgage of
hundred dollar* (*200) on each fI.
OUT ANY PREMIUM, thus enabling al
most anybody to secure a valuable home.
Bale positive, without with^rawel or un
derbidding. The t itle of the properties is per
fee». The association will have deeds amt
mortgage* prepared without any charge ti
TH E CLAYTON I^JAN ABSOUIAT1UN
For further information, apply to
M. I LICHTENSTEIN,
Five per cent, cash
per cent, withl
i>er oent. on M
ys ; i
In thkUhpuans' Court,
Nkw Cabtlk County. ^
S UAKDIAN'S .SALE OF REAL Es
tate. By virtue of an order of the Or;
os' Court of Die State of litis ware, in and
for New Castle County, made at the March
term. A. D , 1884, of su <1 court,
ed to sale at public vendue at the cour*
SATURDAY, THE TWENTY FOURTH
DAY OF MAY, A D. 1884,
ill be expo
the city oi Wilmington on
at tw i o'clock, p. tr,,
All the estate, right title a r u in teres*
Elitftbcth C. Rowe. Richard H. Kc
, minor children ot
uni to ihe
following describe.i lots, pieces or parcels u!
land situated in the city of Wilmington, the
oountv and State aforesaid, bounded and
described as follows, to wit;
No. L Begirtni jg at a point on the nor h
erly side c! a Lrtv feet wide Rtreet, called
Lodge street, at the distance of 126 leet:
erly from thejeasteriy side of Heald s -
thence northdNy and paruliel wl.li
side of Heald strict 174 fee*. 6 1
southwesterly side of Vandever
westerly direction about lo2 feet to a point.,
therce s uuheriy 74 'eet 8 inches to a p.int:
thence westerly 26 feet to a point; thence
southerly 80 *ect to the Faul nortnerlv Ride o!
Lodge street, and them31huict v 76 f et to
the place ot beginning.
No. 2. Beginning st the soul newt corner
dde ci 13th street 75
•e s >ur,herlv and p»«ral
reet 64 f et i» iuclies to a
Kowe and Annie R
Richard H. Kowe. deceased, of i
d Sid- oi said av
o' 13th ami Mow s
alontr said southerly
feet to a coiner;
lei with H >
corner; thence westerly paruliel with loth
street 75 feet to the said tasterl- aide of
Bowers: thonoa thereby northerly 64 feet
inches to the a torenaid southerly Dde ot 3th
street -nd place of beginning.
No .3 Heglnnitn' at a point
side of Heald street, at the distance of about
6*) feet no'tberly from the nor* beast c rner oi
10th and Heald streets, thence northerly by
the said easterly Mile of Heald street about
40 feet lo a point, thence easterly pHrallel
with 10th street about 64 D. to a point, hence
southerly parallel with heald street shout 40
feet lo a point, then c wtsterly about 64 feet
to the Hiifd easterly ode of Heald street, and
place ol beginning, be the contents what liny
Attendance will be given and terms made
known at the Mifre and place aiovesald by
FRANCIS H. HOFFECKEK.Guardian,
or by bis attorney.
Attest: J M. Houseman, Clerk (4. Ot.
on the premises.
SATURDAY, MAY 24. 1884.
Fifth amt K
odney streets at 4 30 p.w.,
and Seventh and Union at 6 p. m.
I will sell on the premises, live lots on th
oast side of Rodney street, betweoo Filth and
Sllth streets, and thirty-eight lots, or one
whole square, at the corner of Seventh and
Union streets, as per plots, and on the easy
terms of 20 per cent.cash, and $10 per month
as the purchaser
for balance, or otlierwme
For particulars see hand-bills or cards.
These lots are certainly splendidly located:
those on Rodney street are on top of the hill,
and those at Seventh and Union are outside
of the city limit*. No city taxes. Gas and
water In close proximity. Near the new B.&
O. railroad. A short distance from city cars.
A splendid opening to secure a nice house
A ooaoh will Have 704 Market street for the
M. At CHILD,
Agent to eifect the sale,
704 Market street.
sale at 4.16 p. m.
L. W.Stidham A Son, Aucts.
8 TH MAXjE of THE YEAH.—Ft RlilC
•ale of Ijrucaeter County^;
treeh oow«, ealres aud sprlmrers. h
The sabaorlber will sell at nubile nS..
ale, at Chadd's Ford, Fa., on
THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1»84,
at 1.30 o'clock, p. m.,
Fifty Lancaster County cows, and a few
young bulls and feeders. A credit of ninety
days will be given, ho postponement on
eooount of the weather.
AMOS W. HOUSE.
L. W. Stidham h Son, aunts. m23-d-w-ts
40 FRESH COWS, SPRINGERS
Will be sold at public sale, at Red ■
Lion. East Marlborough Township, Chester
Co., Pa., on
MONDAY, MAY 19, 1884,
at 1 o'clock, p. m.,
40 fresh cowl, sprlogerp and a lot of young
bulls. SILL A BA1LY.
L. W. Stidham S. Son. Aucts
P UBLIC 8ALE-THE HOUSEHOLD
goods and g niening tools ol Ihomas
llate?, deceased, will he (-old un
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, ISM,
at 1.30 o'clock, r. ui.,
at hi-late resldcrcs, c, rner ol .Seventh and
(ihurch ytreeta. WILLIAM J.F1--11FK,
Drake A Uo., Aucts [myie-4i] Executor.
OHILADELPHI A, w * nuilNGTON AND
BALTIMORE HAIL ROAR
January 7th. 1884.
Tralnii leave Wilmington as Tollows :
For Philadelphia and intermediate sta
tions, 6.40, 7.00, 10.30 a. m. ; 2.30, 4.00, 7.40,9.66
^Philadelphia, (express), 2, 2.46, 9.80, 7.60,
8.16, 9, 9.39, 9.67, 10.07, 11.68 a. m. ; 12.46, 1.64,
6.17 , 6.10, 8.37 , 0.48p. m.
New York. 2.00, 2.46, 9.30, 6.40, 7.00, 10.07,
11.63 a. m. ; *12.38, 164, 2.80, 6.17, 6.87, 6.40 p.
For West Chester, via Lainokln, 6.40 and
8.16 a. m.; 2.80 and 4.0u p, m.
HalUmere and intermediate lUUons 1.66,
10 ol a. m.; 6.00 p. m.
HalUmere and Hay Line, 7.00 p. m.
HalUmere and Washington, 1.42. 4.48, 8.06,
10.06 a. m. ; 1.90, »U1, 6.03, 7.00, 11.09 p. m. ;
Baltimore oaly, I.06 a. m.: 12.27 and 0 p. m.
Trains for Belaware Division loave for:
New Castle, 6.00, 9.06 a. m. ; 1.16, 8.00, 4.06
and 6.26 p. m.
Harrington, Delraar, and way stations, 9.06
a. m., and 1.16 n. in.
Wyoming anu way stations, 0.26 p. m.
Express for Harrington, 4.00 p. in.
Philadelphia and intermediate stations,
8.10 a. m. ; 12.00 m. ; 0.30, 7.40, 9.66 p. in.
Philadelphia and New York, 2.00, 2.46 a.
. ; 6.17. 0.87, 0.46 p. na.
For West Chester, via Lauiokln, 8.10 a. m.
and 6.80 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.43, 8.06,
10.06 a. m.; ll.b I p.in. Baltimore, 1.06 a. m.
For further in LJiiatlon passengors are re
ferred to the tiife-tAbles posted at the Sta
Trains market (*) are limited express,
upon which extrl fare is charged.
CHARLES E. IIJGH, .1. K. WOOD,
General Manag i. General Passenger Agon
Telephone Wo. i5
IX FAMILY Ft.IU j it.
AI.I. li INIW «»F' FKFD,
AM. VAK1KTIK* l»F st.KIM.
JVF. W STOCK I
D. PHILIPS & SON,
ie" po '£iJ or j PH I lips' building,
! 4th and pabn-ih.
d s and
■ NON UlTHM .
(*EN'L FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
NO.:«« EANT SEVENTH NT.,
TERMS—20 per cent.less than usual price.
ly^IEC HELL A BECK,
FURNISHING UNLERTAKERiS AND
NO. 412 KING NT BEET,
.1OBBPM E. BKJK
412 Km/ street
103 W. Seventh st.
B. MAR UN,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER AND
NO. 607 SHIPLEY STBEET.
viOHT CA /LS attended to promptly
which bad or poisoned blood
Nature, at this
•tssiflt it in
the sea sou
most apt to show itself,
itu**-. needs s/nothing t<
ingot! *he impurities which have col
lected by the sluggbh circulati >n of blood
luring the cold winter months. Swift'd
Spec Hi i« na* ure's gre>tt helper,as It is j>ure
vegetable.»l:eratlve and tonlo.
eing Split's Specific at the or
3 as a lemeny lo.- blood c »m
h Lonu.a'. health tonic, and
tvt had remaraHble
'childrenand employees of tlm InstiluMon.
d kec^jr- the
. that the system is les* liable
t ha* cured some of our children
•on. Oh., write-' :
lx... i, Paine
fu 1 lb from its
' , el!rnr. tooie.:
i« sue .
blood so :
W. 11. Gilbert, druggist, Albany. Ga..
wiito- : " We are selltn- large quar.t ties cf
Swift's Specific for a spring alterative i
several health tonic, and with the best
suits, It i-; now largely used as a prevent!
ind cure for vittiaria. There are many re
'iisrkublo evidences of its merit 1 ) in this sec
* orTreat.se on Blood and Skin Irt e:ses
mailed fro • to appiiepnts.
THESW FTHPECIFIU OU..
t> Drawer 3. Atlanta, G*.
New York Office, 16» West Twenty-third
ti-efos l>om Traveling Optlcia/rj
devw Buy Spec
SPtemtS MI nt-BBSB
Drawing Instruments, Philosophical anv
Ust a«id DeRnription:* cf our Ten Catalogs
bent FREE on application.
QUEEN & CO.,
No. 924 CHESTNUT STREET
"By a thorough knowledge «if the n tt
',-hh'h govern the operations ot dig*
d by a careful .ppllc-ilt
& of well seiec
h** fine prop*
kf»-t tab e;
i- which iu
• bills, (tint)
clcs OI diet that
be gradually (»
to resist every
dreds of subtle mala*
ns has provide * <
k many heavy doctor
diclous'uhi! of such art
a weak point. •*
lit up ii itil
fatal ft.aft by keeping
Made aliunly with tmtllug *
Sold in half pound tins by gr
.J AMES EIM»S .V 00 , l.
CHEMIST-*, LoNIR'N, ENG I
blood and a
HO MO El* A mi*'
sheets four feet l'*mr by three fe t >v ie
for wrapping Furs. Woollens, e'c.
an abx>-ute protect 1 >n, ci«i
i 1 j*m! ny
r f.»nwle '
u-pc'powder anJ insect iruni 1 ,
and a'itbepopular in*ec r '*'i'ie
Z. JAMES BELT,
SIXTH AXI> MARKET STS.
HARD COAL IS THE BEST.
BUY IT AT
FRENCH ST, WHA f,
, R E1! > S
f always make- good
BUT l'« R.
Mopt effective and
convenient; also power £
workors.butter printers, 1
ihipnlng boxes, etc. |
i;all and see sample J
write for Illustrated Ij
circular. FENN fc OG-, |1|
Drmr Store, 215 and 1J|
W. 8th street, opposite Ig
8th street market bo uso tll|
W illows.—will* >w w
our use should be cut, wh*
fully up in the Spring (tree c..
leaf), and be thoroughly dives.ed of I*'
be kepi clean and dry ; it "
wood, not over four or five
over four or live inches in <'
heart; the smaller the w
such wood we give $».60 p»
imI f're ,
i 1 *
ou ai our Mills on the Brandy wi .
ed with the bark on. it mu«t bolmulo 1 »vl«
few days after it is < , ut. so too «»irk w l
set on It. as it would have to bo p -el *.l '-ore.
oh wood with bark
d it the MUD.
t"- ,, or
''""'eI l'ddFONT. D« NEMUt-> H fc (to.
■tames a bko.,
^ NO. 204 MARKET *TUf ET,
r bid aU
Have a large assortment
Ivory, Hard Kunb^r,
style* of Pocket Kulve*.
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