n ,iunif wood w i .flfivo ordori at
«M ft or Tfttnall Bros.,
•gSJt flrtioo toleiihone^^ or
learn ^artist street,
, mikoWNUIKL wants
IT, ttA ihelu In Housework In a
4KT. ' r , li Ji? T w»nts a situation to
street, with refer
SS^odSns. Also table
vn-BOAKDEKS AT MRS.
Ha,in** W West Fourth street.
l,,nd washing. _
[k Lam ce for general housework
fS Good* *a*e«. A*!™**
mu.A SITUATION AS DKESb
, . In a family, will assist In
k " ' a, lj at No. loll W. Front
77, ,"7u7y 14 T7k 10 YEARS
milk. Addrerw M., this
' erva 1 jlH-3t*
aMIDULB-AOED AM FBI
n ■oman for g® I1 onil housework
,11 West Hit st., with roferen oe-llflt
reTi—ltilAH'> IN A PRIVATE
rl " and wife. Address
Eli—A MALE COLORED WAI
,t Ho. 124 hmg street. 117-41
tOJISHtll OR UN
ished rooms, with hoard, cheap
IN THE 11TH INST , 2 SMALL
Eomdiv bouku. containing receipts,
D H. (Jroves Si Go. for $76, to A. G.
hoc. reward will bo given for the
the receipts if left at this
' ) 18-21*
A GOLD NECK-CHAIN, WITH
r on tho steamer Mary
way to Third ami Madl
ntd io tWi VVe.st Third street a
rd will he given.
KOOK BOAT FOR PHILADELPHIA.
UN AND AFTER
RSDAY, JUNE 19,
fharf. I'hllndelphia. at 7.46 a. m.
ivedalliUy at Philadelphia
iii.'lret, l')c. Arrango
.'c whereby excurrtos
lie uned on
iK MARY MORGAN FOB
■V'«5 v :- 01
t.er and Hillings
rob Stroot Wharf
'ii Street U tar!
nd 4p. in.
handled vr.th c
nd at packet
H'ly to the captain on
O'linen! Hi Wilmington.
i iu Wilmington.
'day, M»y 3(1.
-day at U.45 ». iu. and 4.16 p.i
ail ilay at Philadelphia
TO CAPE MAT
Rkrcing THURSDAT, JUKE 19
I l«n P„ w
T. ?taii„ii ,)hi.
I'l'thlV/ 11 .' 11 wl11 ' !;llVG tile wharr
i-Still,, n Uni1 run t° tho I 1 ., VV.
f Professor Sinclair
r MEVtT seventh sr.,
T(J N, Dblawark.
—^ber cent.lcss than
usual prif a
HUTU) ir N k vn re A K E RS
,, J hl.ViCi STREET,
Seventh Jo8 «ph E. Hbcx
412 KIiik atrftot
**h , a"i 3SS i ak "*
i" lri! Al,L
attended to promptlj
-•On, -— fottaud O ran*.
»«C"^" 1 |? < ,ha ANU O 1 -
hR l»«*ht iU^ 5 00 ®* 8t °vos and
' N «,aia Bold by A.
""rout street, at fair
r K SALK.—a S-SIVKI,
ed house, with both, front
porch, front aud bork yards, ce
mented cellar, with heater and all
modern Improvements. The prop
erly Is in a nne location, Urstclnss
tier, and epu he bought on rea
sonable terms. Inquire on the
premises, HOI Monroe street, or at
the Republican office,
ine nei uBoBuK r , VERNON.
tnoh sale-a valuable fabm of
1 46 acres on Oonoord Pike, near Brandy
wine Summit, 7 miles from Wilmington.
Land highly improved. Good buildings,
miring house, etc. Price moderateand terms
easy Inquire of GEO. B. TOWNSEND,614
Market strict. jl3-6t
OB SALE—TWO OF THE FIN
e«t horses In this section. One
a dapple gray, one a brown, 7 years old, nne
Htvle good manes and tails, sound, gentle in
all harness. JOHN A. WILSON, Front and
Market streets, Wilmington, Del. jllOt
K SALE OK KENT—THE THREE
story brlek store bouse, 26 feet front, 40
deep, No, 112 West Front street, neit to
the Oity Hotel: a good stand for business.
Inquire of .las. 0. Alklncr Jas. F. Wood A
I set d
F OKSALE-THETWO-STOKY BBIOK
dwelling No. 816 Monroe street, ccz
tainlng* six rooms, with bath and summer
kitchen. Prloe reasonable. Apply at the
OB SALE—FOB THE WANT OF USE
large horse, suitable for heavy work, at
Maryland avenue. junl8-6t*
OK HALE—CHEAP, A NET OK FLV
lng horses. Apply at 311 E. 6th st.18-4*
OK SALE-A BABY GOAOH.1NCIUIBE
at W03 West Third street.
EVEBAL DESIBABLE PKUPEKT1ES
for uale and rent
within 60 yards of ocean. Very little money
H, B, VANDEGBITT,
Beal Estate Agent,
S. E. Gor. Sixth aud Shipley.
OK RENT-WILL HAVE KO^ KENT
In tho course of three weeks a hrick sta
ble, 17x26 feet; stalls for two horseB
for threo wagons, on West Fifth street, near
Madison. Apply to W. SGOTT VEBNON,
F ob bent—a labge iajubll
dwelling, suitable for two dwellings,
soutli of Market street brldgo. Also stalls
for two or three horses. A.iply at office of
JONES GtJTHBlE A OO. m24-tf
F OB KENT—ONE OF THOSE NEW
stores In the block at 4tfl and French
streets. Also houses for sale In all parts of
the olty. Apply to J. B. D. SEEDS
No. 910 W. Wtn street.
OB BENT-THE FACTOBY AT N. W.
corner cf Fourth and Walnut streets
property will be divided up to suit ten
JOHN K. BBADFOBD, No. 4 West
P Oil KENT-HOUSE NO. 1130 POPLAK
street Apply to Harlan Gause, 016
Delaware Avenue, or Kennebec loe-and Coal
Gompany, N. E. oorner Second and King
TNOR KENT— S1X KOOMEI) HOUSE,
E front and side yard. 70s Wright street.
Apply to Jas. 1. oarponter, Jr., Ninth and
Harrison streets. jul4-tf
F OB BENT—STOKE AND FIXTURES
Iu good order. Also 2 rooms,either will
be rented separately. Apply at 105 Shipley
street , or next door, at 107 Shipley st. )18-2t*
OVIK RENT LOW-SEVEKAl, SMALL
lj houses in good localities. Apj^y tb
THOMAS B. LALLY, 002* Market street.
OK KENT—SEGGNI* STORY FRONT
Alco tattle hoard. Nu.lll West
UIOK KENT-A FIVE-ROOM HOUSE
P No 83? Wlllleon street. A[q,ly at. 817
waptilnvtun street. Jlo-tf
OB KENT—DESIRABLE BOOM# AT
street,. m9-t-f 8-tf
F OK BENT— HOUSE 404 W EST SIXTH
street. Inquire at 805 Monroe et. jl7-3t
"Will tho coming man
tied by Prof. Flak in his charming pam
phlet. Ho Bays, moreover, that tho rational
way to use tobacco iH through tho pipe.
All agree that only the bout tobacco should
bo used. Which Is tho best? That to
which Nature hart contributed tho most ex
quisite flavors. Blackwell a Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco fills tho bill completely.
Nearly two-thirds of all tho tobacco grown
on the Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro
lina goes Into tho manufactory of Black
well, at Durham. They buy tho pick of
the entire section. Iior.ce
i Blackwell's F"'l Durham
I Hr/C' Smoking Tobacco is the
I JB beat of that tobacco. Don't
bo deceived when you buy.
The Durham Bull trade
W v 9 I mark la on
I 4 every genuine
9 Bl ig package.
Blackwell's Genuine Bull Durham
is the choice of all Jmlges of
$1 .000.00 1 $
W ILL lie paid to any one who will find a
particle of Mercury, Potaih, Iodine,
Arsonlc or any poisonous substance in
SwiFT'S S 1>E0IFIC S
"I have cured Blood Taint by the use of
Swift's Specific after 1 had most
failed with tho Mercury and Pctash treat
F. A. TOOMER, M. I),
•* Swill's Specific has oared me ot scrofala
of 12 years standing. Had s0 . r ?V'ILIf renin*
my hand and every one thought 1 ?" j!'
od. Swift's Speoifio cured mo after physi
cians and oil other medicines had tailed.
K L. HIGH, Lonoke, Ark.
CM A AAA would not purchase from me
*10.000 whet Swift's Specific has done
forme. It cured me ol rheumatism caused
ARCHIE THuM AS,
Our Treatise on Blood and Skin lUseseei
mailed free to applicants.
THE Svv lFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
New York Oittoe, 169 West Twenty-third
SPECHT 4 SPAHI
FIFTH AND DUPONT STS.
DEPOT AT K. If. FKKYK, No. 7 *«•<
Telephone No. 129.
ICE CREAM I '
EDWARD E. HANNA'S
1 - 11
ICE CREAM SALOON,
60S JEFFERSON STREET.
Families and parties supplied at short notice
irm nun ybaim.
8T W. H. 0UHTI8A.
No doubt ube flirted—all girl* <le;
Hut. then you know, she didn't mean It;
all things she was true—
oould have seen It
A tear-drop glistened on her nose,
And 1 for days was broken-hearted.
A wore of years hare passed away
(Since then ; I lately heard about her,
Her hair bad turned a trifle gray,
Her figure grown a great deal stouter.
And 1 since then have married twice,
My heart ne longer reaches toward hers,
For she has been a widow thrice
And lately's gone to taking boarders.
To me In
A blind man
Hut thorns are found
And after some few inoaths
Uaklei le Mblo.
Cincinnati, O., June 18.—On Fri
day, Mr. William E. Munsell, residing
the line between Handling aud
Van Wert Counties, received a note
threatening his life aud warning him to
leave immediately, Mr. Munsell paid
no attention to the anonymous note,
a Ad, about eight o'clock that evening,
flred a revolver at the house
and demanded the pe
McOwens, a colored
get a compliance with the request, the
ities continued shooting
and bombarding the
rson of one Oliver
at the window
house with boulders. Mr. Munsell re
ceived a slight flesh wound in the arm,
and a wound in the shoulder. Richard,
his oldest son, was struck on the head
by a glancing bullet, which inflicted a
serious wound. The clock and mirror
furniture were shot to
Munsell is a peaceable roan, who at
tends to his own business, and the as
sault upon him is without apparent
cause.. He was a soldier and carries
two musket balls in his body. Ills
family haB moved to the residence of
Mr. L. Stanley, at Lewellyn, where
they will remain until peace is restor
Detectives are looking after the Ku
klux, hut have been unsuccessful In
tracing them so far.
TkeL'hlld'a First Cntrnth.
Never whip a child for the first
"story" it tells. Do not even punish it.
If you do, you may give it the feeling
that accounts are "squared," and that
it may go on with the practice provided
it will take the penalty if found out.
It will soon argue that discovery is not
always certain, and, instead ot beiDg
convinced of a wrong, will be rather
inclined to look upon truth and lying
as matters of profit and loss altogether.
Speak to the child sorrowfully, make
matter; do not
scold; do not threaten,
the offender see that you are grieved
and shocked. Let him feel you have
trusted his word, aud feel what it is to
have lost confidence. Let him see in
the sacredness of truth.
your manner ... . .
Above all, have him feel that he has
Injured himself, wronged himself.
Then nut It the other way, if you can;
ask huw he would teel if he could not
depend on your word or If you broke
your promise, or deceived him. Do not
your sorrowful mien last long enough
to he an Injury or a burden. Cheer up
and cheer him up, and show your con
fidence of your changed manner. That
will helo him to earn it in future.
Popping I lie 4"« 8 * lon *
In the East they have a beautiful cus
tom of talking in flowers.
A young man, who had been playing
the devoted admirer for some time, but
had never summoned sufficient courage
to ask the all-important question, had
been reading of this custom, and deter
mined to employ it in his own behalf.
lie quickly procured and sent to the
object of his hopes a garland, in which
the blossoms were arranged to spell the
The young lady, who had resorted in
vain to various means to bring bun to
the point, promptly responded with a
chaplet, in which was deftly woven the
The bargain thus tersely made was
consummated, aud we have never
heard that either of the contracting
parties has bail cause to regret it.
James H. Murray, head-waiter at
the European Hotel, and proprieUir of
the eigar store at No. 107 East Front
street, recently wrote a letter to Hon.
James G. Illaine, congratulating him
upon hie success in receiving the Ito
publican nomination for the Pretu*
deucy, to which he reoeived the follow
Augusta, Maine, June, 13. 1881.—
Mr. James H. Murray My Dear
Sir—Accept my sincere thanks for your
kind letter of congratulation. I regret
that the great demands upon my time,
and the many letters and telegrams
which I have received, compel me to
make this somewhat informal acknow
ledgment. With the best wishes, be
lieve me to be very truly yonre.
Jambs G. Blaine.
The letter will he preeerved by Mr.
Murray, by whom it is highly prized
Man must have occupation, or be mis
erable. Toil is the price of sleep and
appetite, of health and enjoyment.
The very necessity which overcome* our
natural slu.h is a blessing. The whole
world doe* not contain even a brier or
thorn whicli nature could have spared.
We are happier with the sterility which
we can overcome by indu.try than we
oould have been with spontaneous
plenty and unbounded profusion. The
body aud the mind are improved by the
toil that fatigues them. The toil is a
thousand times rewarded by the pleas
ure which it bestows. Its enjoyments
are peculiar. No wealth can purchase
them, no indolence can taste them.
They flow only from exertion* which
repay the laborers.
Blver and Harbor Improvement*.
Washington, d. C., June 17.—In
the Senate to-day amendments were of
fered to the House River and Harbor
bill as follows : By Mr.Cameron (Pa.)
for the improvement of theWestllranch
of the Susquehanna river, between Salt
Lick and Buttermilk Falls, $20,000; for
continuing the improvement at
Schooner Ledge, Delaware river, 120,
000, and for continuing the improve
ment* at Cherry island flats, Delaware
Our stock of fine trimmed batB anil
bonnet* was never so large or desirable
at present, and we are selling them
Also a full and
newest and most
very bottom prices,
complete line or the
desirable shape in untriinmed goods, a*
well as a large and well-selected stock
of plumes, tips, flowers, etc. An ex
amination of these bargains in milli
nery is respectfully solicited. Mrs. R.
8. Kirby, 202 King street.
To the Ladles.
Mrs. M A. Frltzpatrick, formerly of
Vbilatlelphia.bas a large anil handsome
stock of trimmed hats and bonnets,of al
the latest styles.at Philadelphia prices.
Also a large stock of handsome mourn,
ine bonnets and veils. Ladies are re
quested to call at 306 King street, aud
examine the etock.
Kennebec Ice and Coal Company
supply to their family trade pure
MIRTH AND MERRIMENT.
A facetious gentleman, wlio liae
suffered, thinks the modern reoipe for a
party le the following : " Take all the
ladle* and gentlemen you can get, put
them Into a room with a small lire, aud
stew them well; have ready a piano,
a handful of prints and drawings, and
throw them in from time to time; as
the mixture thickens, sweeten _ with
politeness, and season with wit, if you
have any ; if not, flattery will do as
well, and is very cheap ; when all have
stewed for an hour, add iceB, jellies,
cakes, lemonades, wines and spirits."
" I engaged," says a tourist, "a chaise
at Galway to conduct me some few
miles into the country, and had not
proceeded far when it pulled up at the
foot of a hill, and the Irish driver,
coming to the door, opened it. 1 What
are you at, man ? This isn't where I
ordered you to stop.' 'Whisht, your
honor, whisht!' said Psddv, In an
undertone ; ' I Am only dewaviug the
baste. I'll just bang the door; he'll
think yer out; and then he'll cut up
the hill like Old Scratch. See if he
An old bachelor was rather taken
aback a day or two since as follows i
Picking up a book, he exclaimed, upon
seeing a wood cut representing a man
kneeling at the feet of a woman:
"Before I would ever kneel to a wo
maD, I would encircle my neck with a
rope and stretch it." And then, turn
ing to a young lady, hs inquired : " Do
yoo not think it would be the best
thing I could do?" "It would un
doubtedly be the best for the woman,"
was tho sarcastic reply.
The witness knew him.—"Mr.Smlth,
do you know the character of Mr.
Jones?" "Well, I rather think I do,
judge." " Well, what do you soy
about It?" " Well, he ain't so bad a
man, after all." " Well, Mr. Smith,
what we want to know is, is Mr. Jones
of a quarrelsome disposition ?" "Well,
j udge, 1 should say that Tom Jones is
vivid in verbal exercise, but when
to personal adjustment, he
ain't eager for thecoutest."
A lady visiting In a clergyman's
family where the parents were very
strict with regard to the children's Sun
day deportment, was confidentially iu
formed by one of the little girls that
she would like to be a clergyman.
" Why?" inquired the visitor, rather
pnzzled to know what bail given the
child so sudden an adiniratiou for that
calling. jShe was quickly enlightened by
the prompt: " So I could holler on Sun
A clergyman called on a poor parish
ioner, whom he found bitterly lament
ing the loss of an only Bon, a boy about
four or five years old. In tho hope
consoling the afflicted woman, he re
marked to her that one so young could
not have committed any vory greivous
sin, and that no doubt ' the child was
gone to heaven. " Ah, sir," said the
simple-hearted creature, " but Tommy
was so shy—and they are all Btraugers
Mamma, to the pride, who has asksd
for a fourth piece ot cake : " Now,
Tommy, you mustn't have, any more
Aren't you ashamed ?" " Yes'm."
" That's a good little boy. Now tell the
company what you're ashamed of."
" I'am ashamed of you for kicking up
such a ding-basted row about an old
cake wot's in the house two weekB," ex
claimed Tommy. There was an im
mediate laying on of hands.
" How I pity the poor such a night as
he sat, iu his com
" Thou why,"
d. tit you put on your
it ml see if you can rec
to some of them?"
this!" said Bland
asked Bluff, "
coat and go ou'
"Ah!" replied Bland, " thenlsbouldn t
be so comforiable as I am now, and I
might forget the poor and begin to pity
myself. That would be selfish, you
" Look here," saiti Fusticus, at a
recent concert, " the seat you have giv
en me is only fit for a dog." " Why,
what's the matter with it?" inquired
the attendant; " it's one of the best in
the hall." " That may all be," said
Fusticus; " but it's a dog's seat for all
that. Look at the number; that proves
A shiftless man having told his wife
that his money and credit were both
used up, she exclaimed : " But you
must do something. We can't starve,
you know." "Oh, cau't we ?" be re
plied. " Well, I am ever so glad to
hear that we can't, for that has been
just what I've been most afraid of."
" Tell me, my dear uncle," said a
nephew to the old gentlemi
owned for his gallantry iu his youth,
./as relating some of his recollections,
" all the women you have ever known,
by whom you were most struck ?" " By
your sainted aunt, my dear boy,"
the unhesitating reply.
A pompous and opiniouated man
when discussing a certain matter with
"I know I am
a lady, exclaimed :
right, madam, I am perfect ly a
L am. I will bet my oars on it,
am." "Do you think it right to car
ry betting to such extreme lengths ?"
quietly responded tho lady.
A little girl, visiting* neighbor with
her mother, was gaztng curiously at
her hostess' new bonnet, when the
owner inquired : " Do you like it,
Laura?" The innocent replied:
" Why, mother said It was a perfect
fright, but it dosn't scare me." Lau
ra's mother didn't stay long after that.
" Mr. White," said a country lawyer
to a witness in the box, 11 at the time
these papers were executed you
speculating, were you not?"
sir." " You were in oil ?" "
"And what are you in now ?" 1
ruptcy," was the solemn reply.
" The price for admission in this ex
hibition," said a door-keeper to a sim
ple-minded woman, " is a shilling dur
ing the first week, aud sixpence after
the beginning of the second week."
To which she replied : " Then, sir, if
yon please, I'll begin the second week
A lady having accidentally broken
her smelling bottle, her husband, who
was very petulant, said to her : " I
declare, my dear, everything that be
longs to.you is more or less broken."
" True," replied the lady, " for even
you are a little cracked."
Co n _What difference is there in the
way in which men and women show
their love for each other ? Why, when
a man is in love with a woman, he
throws himself at her feet; but, when
a woman is in love with a man, she
throws herself at hia head.
" No, sir l" thundered an irate father;
" no, sir, my daughter oan never be
yours!" To which the young man
quietly replied ; " I don't want her to
be my daughter ; I want her to be my
' You see, child, i*
I puncture this India-rubber ball, It
will dbllapse. Do you understand?"
Child: "Oh, yes, I understand! If
you prick it, it will go squash."
Little George was questioned the
other day about his big sister's beau.
" How old is he?" "I don't know."
" Well, is he young?*' "I think so,
for he hasn't any hair on his head."
How Pat studied his Grandmother.—
" What are you writing such a big
hand, for, Pat?" " Why, you see, my
grandmother is deaf, an' I'm writiu' a
loud letther to her."
French street wharf is the place for
good clean coal.
Owing to the backward
spring and an unusually
large stock we have deter
mined to put our clothing at
a price to make them move.
Mark the Reductions
$18 and $20 suits reduced to
$ 10 .
$15.00 suits reduced to $9.00
Children's spring suits
Boys' suits at a great re
This is no fancy advertise
ment. To prove it call and
see for yourselves, at the old
and reliable clothing house,
228-MARKET ST. 228
JOHN H. MOORE.
Purchasers desiring first-class Gem.
choice and fine in every particular
invited to examine our magnifi
cent collection of DIAMONDS anc
go2 Chestnut Street,
ADAMS & BROTHER.
OBI GOODS, BOOTS BO SHOES CROCKERY,
GLASS AND TINWARE
Croquet, Hammocks, Itefrlgera.
tor*, Ic© Cooler*.
Doll Carriages, Voloclpeds, Ex
4 General Line or Household
Goons, Toxs en«l Fancy Good*
at prices that ilery competi
tion. Agents for Harper
Bazar Pattern* anil
Harden's Hand Fire
504 MARKET STREET. 504
P UBLIC SALK.
THE SPRING GARDEN FAKM.
A BAKE CHANCE
For f inner a, builders and
. Over 300 acres of lan J w i i
city limits oi Neff Castle, Delaware, will be
aid at the Jeitersou House, New Castle, liela
THURSDAY, JUNE 26th, 1884,
at 2 o'clock p. in.
This property Is known as the Hurton or
(Joodlev farm ; It is moBt advantageously
situated for manufacturers or business men;
is within fifteen minutes' walk of the rail
road depot or to the steamboat landing. (Said
property fronts on the Delaware river, and
the Delaware Ballroad runs through the cen
tre, dividing it into two convenient farms of
about 160 acres each, suitable for dairy .grain
grazing business, building or manufactur
lng. The Tasker Pipe and Tube Works, one
of the oldest and largest Iron works In the
country, als * J. (i. Shaw's cotton mills,
Knowles' Woolen mills and the William Lea
A Sons'large flour mills are all on the ad
joining properties, giving employment to
1,000 people, which makes this place a ready
and home market for all farm produce. .
This whole valuable property will tie sold
at a great bargain In one or two parts. The
Improvements are a large brick mansion
house, 44x44 feet, built solid,with walls 2 feet
thick, In good repair; large frame barn,plen
ty of outbuildings, siablos, corn-cribs, hot
houses, ice-houses, etc.
N. B. New Gastle Is a thriving manufac
turing city of 5,000 inhabitants, on Delaware
river, 86 miles below Philadelphia, is well
supplied with good churches, stores, schools,
hotels, water and gas works, river and rail
road advantages. Manufacturers exempt
from city tax.
Any further information will tie given by
catling on or addressing
New Castle, Del., P. C) Box 79.
Terms of sale made known on day of sale.
$12,000 can remain on said property
ed. L. W. STIDHAM &
40 FRESH COWS, SPK1NGEKS p=rXrW
Will he sold atmibliosale, at Ketl rin i * e
Lion, East Marl, prough Township, Chester
Go., Pa., on ' r
at lj'clock, p. m.,
40 fresh cows, siaigersand a lot of young
bulls. „ ' SILL A HAH, V.
L. W. stldhaJfA Son, Aucta juneo-tj
P HILADELPHIA, wixuUiNGTON AN 1
January 7th. 1884.
Trains leave Wilmington as follows:
For Philadelphia and Intermediate sta
tlons, 6.40, 7.00, 10.30 a. in.; 2.30, 4.00, 7.40,9.6f
Philadelphia, (express), 2, 2.46, 9.30, 7.60,
8.16, 9, 9.39, 9.57, 10.07, 11.63 a. m. ; 12.45, 1.64,
6.17,0.10, 8.37, 6.46 p. m.
New York, 2.00, 2.46, 0.30, 0.40, 7.00, 10.07.
11.53 a. m. ; *12.38,1.64, 2.30, 6.17, 0.87, 0.40 p.
For West Chester, via Lamokln, 0.40 and
8.16 a. m.; 2.80 and 4.0u p, m.
Baltimore and intermediate stations 1.06,
09 a. m. ; O.OOp. m.
Baltimore and Bay Line, 7.00 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.43, 8.06,
. ; 1.00, *1.11, 6.03, 7.00, 11.09 p. m.;
Baltimore only. 1.06 a. m.: 12.27 and 0 p. m.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for;
New Castle, 0.15, 9.06 a. m.; 1.16, 3.00, 4.00
'.nd 0.26 p. m. .
Harrington, Delmar, and way stations, 9.0«
k. in., and 1.16 p. m.
Wyoming ana way stations, 0.26 p. m.
Express for Harrington. 4.00 p. m.
10.00 a. m
Philadelphia aud Intermediate station
8.10 a. m. ; 12.00 m. ; 6.3d, 7.40, 9.66 p. Bl.
Philadelphia and New York, 2.00, 2.46 a.
in. ; 6.17, 0.37, fl.40 p. in.
For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8.10 a. in
and 6.30 p. m „ „
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.43, 8.06,
10.06 a. m.; 11.09 p. in. Baltimore, 1.05 a. m.
For further information passengers are re
ferred to the time-tables posted at the Sta
Trains marked (*) are limited express,
upon which extra fare Is charged.
CHARLES E. PUGH, J. B. WOOD,
General Manager. General Passenger Agen
Largo closing out sale!
Greatest bargains ever
ottered. Elegant Satin
Coachings at $1.25 to
Great variety of
Good Twilled Silk
Sun Umbrellas, $1.15 to
$ 2 . 00 .
THIS IS 1 HIRE OPPORTUNITT.
E. C. STRANG,
Fourth and Market Streets.
REPAIRING AND RE-COVERING.
THE LARGEST STOC^,
THE FINEST QUALI
TIES, THE MOST REA
At tee Old Established and Reliable
FRANCIS KELLY AND CO.,
103 MARKET STREET.
106 EAST THIRD STREET.
Bar stocked wltb the Finest Wine*
Liquor*, Negar*. eto.
JNO. McHUGH. Prop.
DICKINSON 8 l BRO.,
N. W* Corner Front and Walnut St».,
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Now is the time to buy Em
broideries while the assortment
is good and prices low.
Bargains in Swiss at 21, 35, 55
and 60 cents. Oriental laces for
dress trimming. A large stock
of cream and black laces suitable
tor parasols; black chenille fring
es at 60, 15 and $1.00.
M, [, RILEY,
228 King Street.
P RIVATE LYING-IN HOME
310 N. Eleventh street, Philadelphia.
Ladles provided for daring confinement.
Strictly private and confidential. Address
ABEL MATHIAS, M. V. mylfiPSns
Telephone No. 16.
BEST FAMILY FLOCK,
ALL KINDS OF FEED,
ALL VARIETIES OF SEED!
NEW STORE !
. D. PHILIPS & SON
W m? 1,0 o»tJ° r | PHILIPS' BUILDING,
1 o g u e of )
j 4TH AND FRENCH.
T he cheapest and best plage
to have your looksmithing amd hell
hanging done Is at W. H. HARI LOVES,
practical gun and locksmith, No. 20fl Last
Third street. Particular attention to sharp
ening lawn-mowers, Baws, scissors, eto.
W E HAVE 100 KITO OF CHOICE NO
2 mackerel, which we are at
75c., only half price, Guaranteed. We want
to buy country flitch, at BUCKINGHAM S,
Front and Shipley. jUMtd-ltw
A. J. WOODMAN
P. COMBS & CO.
For the month of .Tune we will run on
the following first-class colleries,furni8h
ng our customers coal by the carload if
equired. We give 2240 lbs. well
creened coal to the ton.
Hard White Ash,
Bast Bear Bldge,
EAGLE, MONITOR AND THE CELE
BRATED LEE GOAL.
Humboldt, Hazel Brook, Hazelton
Honey Brook, Laurel Hill.
Wood by the box or barrel, % t }4
cord or boat load. Try one of our fl.25
Sand, Lime, Cement, Plaster,
wholesale and retail. Yard,
ELEVENTH AND CHURCH,
Near Eleventh Street Bridge.
NEW GOODS !
S. H. STAATS,
405 MARKET STREET, 405
has lust opened a chdoe assortment of
TAFFETA AND PURE SILK GLOVEB
IN ALL THE LEADING SHADES.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF NEW
FANCY HOSIERY AND
FOR LADIES, GENTS, AND CHILDREN.
ALSO A CHOICE ASSORTMENT Q»
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JEBSEY<
Elegant accommodations. Table unsur
passed. Prices reasonable. Situated within
one hundred yards of the beach, with an un
obstructed view of the ocean. F >r further in
ormatlon,address MBS. T. A. BY KNES.At
antic and Veimont Avenue, Atlantic City,
J. H Hoffecker,Jr.
Visitors from Wilmington to Atlantic City,
Georgia Avenuo,two doors from Atlantic.
PULL OCEAN VIEW !!
TERMS MODERATE If
MRS. I. H. MILLER,
(Formerly of Leeds tlot*age.)
P. o. Box, 637. ('e9-lin) Dinners, 60 cents
The Pecfectlen of Pills.
Bfaublnd's FavoiifO Piiltt
The most famous liver medicine on ?'fcrth
griping, sickness or weakness attend tioll
operation. They do not leave tho bowels eoi»
tive. They tone and strengthen the Liver,
and act on the kidneys, stomach and ikill,
curing liver complaint, sick neanaclie, nou»
r&lgla biliousness, pain in the 81 iej or jack,
pain In the bowels, kidneys or bladder, eio.—
Very valuable in dyspepsia, malarial io. v:'3r
dumb ague, chills and fovor, general weak"
Dess, loss of appetite, etc. They are sploadlfi
for weakly females as an assistant to keep tho#'
system healthy. They are endorsed
commended by thousands as tho nicest por«
gatlve and splendid liver medicine. Elegant*
ly sugar coated; 26 cents a box: family boxflfl
0 In one $1. Bent by mall. Bold by leading
dealers In medicines. Main depot. Fourth
and King streets, Wilmington, Del., and 601
Aroh street. Philadelphia. nov22-tf
Never Buy Spectacles from Traveling Optician
SPECTACLES AND ETE-GLASSES
Drawing Instruments, Philosophical i
list and Descriptions of our Ten Catalol
sent FREE on application.
QUEEN & CO.,
No. 924 CHESTNUT STREE
THUNKS AND TRAVELLING BAGS
J. A. CONNER
reliable h a r n e Hi
and trunk manufac
turer. No. 4 East
Fourth st., where
vou will find the4
ot harness, trunks r-sa i
bags, etc., In
oity. LarillesanJ gentlemen's pooketbookl
and ladies shopping bags, sold at reasonable
f irioes. Prompt attention paid to repairing
ranks and traveling hairs.
OOFINC* AND SPOUTING— 1 HE
_ prepared to do roofing.
guttering and spouting, either galvanised
Iron or tin of the very beat quality, and at
iihort notice, Estimates promtly furnished.
All kindsofl ouse furniiMng goods kept con
stantly on hfcnd. Post-office address. Henry
Olay Factory Now Castle County, Delaware.
Shop, foot of Break's Lane.
HUGH HULL AND.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING
GRAINING! A SPECIALTY,
S. E.oorner Fourth and Jetterson streets.
Terms moderate. A oall is solicited. m21 lm
KLINE'S GREAT NERVE KK r
storer Is thejwonder ot the age fo
dlseases. All fits stopped free
I Aroh street. Philadelphia, Pa.
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