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-i MU>ATK!>. Mn*?« ynonu untrer vs atlM s lmr boot-keeper or w.rs »alary a* Jif utu*' e is lore bo ti g«i re s . % -u-iiKi.H ruKNisHku run , : , rrai ursnit atti privat« los. /. poly leUi^vcce v.'Soc, vwtt uraiijt« I'— HT aw - pi u i h , • u - ilo* -(H) !> M' MttAWt'S AT . na i.roiarty at half it's II IMF K.oLaKU & OU., . • A N i Vt«Dn*rk«t(tfMt. *«r, A (»t«TM;y . fiptrtt - na II a. in. nx-m Ho 11, fv •ding Tib aud Markst city. al5 I I!"-/.« «. Kcrirtnoe A M MI>—FOADinCUS AT KO I y to M Imi -k Wil TE/on db eit / An iKl-AG*NT. tXPtfKlKNCJISiJ \*J I dy, Ai, ly Haul 11 a m., , a i s?haa«« HuildiUK. 7lh au 1 Mar nlb-tf / .TUI -- j COLORED GIRL TO •OUI Par T-S Kill 11 iNB "*■*■"■* rooiBB. o«ctl<ai«o da tf ;!/ * t lid *tl«Ct. 'oi PALE - TWO PARLOR HEAT IÄ tilt! Hdtvii •J* II 4ft Ô, KN »VterU 41 ltlftiws ill, toKSALR—A FIli8T-CLA83 WORK f : ..'nM.-iuV'irfö'Aud- ' - IV - rlvli i/i i.i 1,. . K SAL'S Uli KENT-ON EASY housos, OinUI-tiUK • Third men «ru kraoklla. U. MiktMNi.V , UlfrMc .1 tmtb, sni Xcurc« streak U.K OH KXCIIANCIK-TWO •K •'(it* Market drool. )H SALE—A GOOD OLLEOTION "iTa m Si*. Hcroad «ml r t ALB—TBK NTOOK. IN TKADU P will xml ct E:t»bit»b«d 1« yoars. Axe d6-6i« -111 health «ol« out«. R SALE-CHEAP, A NUMBER OK -It-fcli .*»»!«• dwelling« In rood l<>ratl»HH. - |M-Kuesju*tl'»iie»t. M. T. I'OULk, »MKf-ALt— IMtKAM BAGINL. MZ . P îiï| • pen ntl. înîcr 1I8-J iitobes. App'.y to .1 • iON CO , lt>9 KIor St, oily, rr o*7-tf OR BALE-SMALL MILK ROUTE, its« will Ik a Address k\ f > i><. « irlly. 1UH VA..B -A LOT ur HUlI.DIMt* Ustartal, eonsuiung of s«b, do«?» icitj», blinds« Ae. Also butldtag t. J.E. MABB. No. Ul Klagst, fr < I OR SALE—STOCK OF A NOTION KKNP - COMMÜNICAÏINU "■f.VKr, 'BÊBBÉÊÊS' [OK 8ALK-DRUU 8TORB, 0001) 'O' «• 11.1s >»AMB| HAUGA1NS! BABUA1N8 Bto^ r* T. B. CARTMELL'S UUuU Bitmis. •l.weet corner ol fitb aud Madist tho Bargain Cu«. Now bargain* for «a!« at y day;everythin* eat bargain, tb« only p!«M < buy gold paint and n87 tf Mar<ot »tract. >' IHTtCR'fl OKlORlt 1UCU IfiTKU'H OPriCB, NMW CAtTLECOUHTT. U«l., Dt ccniher i»t is«8. ol Tbooiaa llnwu. "ii ihr application ! irutor^of WILLJA^ HUUN id, M •It ,.r : <11 rua*' Avgia iLn th» r: fllê deiu* a'#d, v#4 ï$Â"rT.f M» I s'^CfUtl* tre i'V.i a&at : id al trd will Huit H ,r ' in there! n tb r. a«i-k«, p' atul mil Heal tribe .« ItefMkUr aloreftatil, at lug tun. U New tjyal. uonat, " ' 4> JOIIn'k^ ViK A r ) Vi 1 ! It! .« /£/?,&.. nreapnt the \V1 IP litN, Administrator Of R.—All personshaving a ie deceased man atu«ied to ly er : lon.D«!. ERLE 88 DVE 8 SoLuby'di nûao'ï. X-THEET. no 538 N. Fourth St. PHILÄUELPHIÄ. ■m fiSfe of a Ida«-. , HUdd We "•"•'ÄS« «i ■ .v,sr «t ■ ii : Fît u. au&feï ou r its'; ' UUteW » — l4 ** 1 Köm« oi Uitr rant ct aorn ftFU'lAI. UY8IIU1AAI Nerttclae Frew reuHHly to car« mna and the only I'liyel* . prevent your es ax u;tn*( false not Uiieior» for n-t intmz ive Exprès« and I' / M - D f««la you un.lilitii Aa.thbi M< «Ural Pl***K0rt fïf.ix »feil«! 1» '-ltd. ik ,Nfiv Yiirli. nifiwhwd ■W Ulass Harness, tit ' a«ra-.»a at »alt t),e tiUM. (fell anl '• i' ll aood» KURVaSMal tl ä uo a larg« ai»ortn«M •'•Mi &d<i PooYat ■ A. CG»WER, No * ^ Fouilix Rt. IS liROS. [ Book-Binders and '•ank Book Makers, MARKET STREET M>tfl wuvioa». or s IliMIIGIOICIMnO A We dorirc «»pc 0 call attention UM5 or the CA» ÄIOVE« j a or - co-kl. 1 ri.v ly in «r» IrlM. ' .1 If ill T i ry . iff. ».Is I It iîlM/ii '»V In ith I. V • KOI ION «(.TICK. K ' r National Dank. wiimiagi A otlce Del.. » 1 cu ebe: «, ItSV hurtby given meeting of tl-o rocztiolderB of thin ban»» will i 0 bcl>i ih« aauu>i the Hanklig llo>: • •ev.bday of Janusiy, IhBD. between tht • I»- » . rtoeuholders iuIbk year. UEO l>. AKMsTKONG.CaabtO'. luaaday, bi oi 2 the purpois o( ub dir-o elvotleg itn vronoii HT4TH U r DELAWARE lMASOWT Dar&Rl'MRKT, DarwoA«rLB, dblawarb, »I« to pay a Mut« tar for tt>« nannfaotur« of aufrltuoas and atc«holio llqnovB for tb« y««r IBM and 1881, «a r«qnir«d by a«oti«a a, onaptar «si, Vol. ifl. Laws of Dolaware. ar« ba.mby noil bid to «•U'.« at ono« or Lb« matt«? will »>• plao«d In tta« handa of ib« avtortoy-goanrai. WILL: AM 114 It tltato n«atar«r. Ailpttaona Uao : J. all » E Li of a In In bo I of of UNI N I Fs.i l N r buslovsi man coaMehuin islQ«nt offloir'« post'ton, s» , *Ty fi.svl. in o^rporatloBs. hailn* B UPPOKTUmiT. - OU Yl (f oUcn am] .«BSlve safe cath bust um«, by (bar««, ol $25 «seb, * ores doina aatobasirg that pay i aadsome «Mvidsnda cl 's «took from prereat own«r, wbo bos reom ly purohM««» rztenslvo io(«r«sts in > P« r- qvilrin« Ids time. Ur quMtlonable refsroro s r- ou»r*4. au4:«m JL., Murray Hill HoUl, New York. gaol 2t* paid • , GENT» W ANTS I) TO RISLL TUB AUMlc BLtUTKlU METAL P« U«H moit vifticsnlo o the market. It'» à atnpouni «vor put rp >n la'tt lab^tind to hare enormous sals. Lar«« profits assurai lo tlv«oaavars«?s. Apply n«tw««a » ana 11 o', olook.a. in. at tb« oflios of th« AUUb -EorauJ metal folihh uompan y ftconi U. Uvobabto Building, H W. comer 7tb uud Market, oily. o'i< tf VOTICE — ^ (t.VlMl thfttt Petition to thr n NOTICE 18 HEREBY III •f i. i. Do ji ' lyii ■ OI? 11 lr , H 114 JOUÎ AIDOH Ù, 1*8). J^OTCCE. National Bavk, I» of lrl< li ii«'.«day. (I7-*oU1i . JUHN i'EUl'I.Ki, cart N CTlCK-l IN I END TO Af PLY AT : sasilon of biy of tbe ti tat« of Dataware, for my buBlmnrt, Edwin • Genera sruute d'vor.-« tn Humphries. Jb «Odltn* IM AKUAUET J.Ul'.'n? UUlUN. « fi KG Al NS! HA'.(GAINS!! B A lot of fin« millinery g««ds at «reatly r « . W. To elate due«d .«4JLI.1V J N , MO. 220 K os: b«3ond rtr««t dT lm# :• '■ \TUT10M8 libiKEBY GIVEN THAT 1 ;N will apply at the omliu ;! thu Lsglsiatute ;or a «livorr« from my wir« .Kat . Illnderor EUMEST BIN DEE Lit., dT lit N OTICE-1 fiHAI. romiug «««»loll 0 / LAPPLY AT THE ). WJ UIOLKN.-FROM THE RESIDENCE O ot Isaac H. Leudrrmaii, near Itlvcrslde Th Dec, 0, m. :ul« lu* UM 1 cli Hoy. 8 J 1 •JO0. * r • P e. ,C L?dîriî.u »lea»** r* A liberal rower LKaifzUM -t N. «7 Hlf 1 finding the au a 11 will be given for r drear, Edxcn IS A A4 F or rent house-, lari — ONE FIVE-ROOM ED ord. Fifth and 'll* J. OIUH KENT-A VINK HUU^l TUB A D euoietj in the Uarkntu build lug, letb »nd Market street«. Apply JAB Lie Y No. 0 W.lütii K. K. Me n t. QEVOE'S BURNING OIL at COMES TOTHE FRONT mm More light aud a better light than ever produced from oil be fore Highest flic test oil sold. No smoke, no smell, no flicker ing Vou get the one thing needful, a beautiful WHITE LIGHT. of a J. R. HUDSON & CO., No. 15 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware. Only agent in tills section. §27-ui| JUST OPENED. I « lot of and Chin *e Japai ax HOLIDAY -:- GOODS Ib nt — at Cheap Frlcea — THE BEST TEA IN TUB CITY. Km YÜNP, id Tatnall Streets. 8. E. Corner KLP rOKlUKIilGUKlUliâYk :1 DR. PENNINGTON tl REGISTERED PHYSICIAN it Id «U D( Female W ni'tly aji" D< . . by trail or a PbllarialpnU, »'a. SulcUv Private anil .-I fiisis: lr ' 1 nr f I-Vli. T. A. EÏJUJDfJM. iß Drrnatulcatet. Otnee Hours: ka. in., to li UyaMbUsls a n. m., to i. •M P- » . 8.4 SflolALTlNS: i ii«asr-s ol th« 0 k!n wooioa. Tr«»Un*ol tho n«w adspUtto« IblMtrolysis« or i-;i««irtca» haresry. hu, Ski MiailH hiaifii waiamxwa. uamwa:«, u «•*» braid. ei«<rtrioity K1MI4-U POLITICAL GOSSIP. A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVEN TION ASSURED. j a ■'vciuiuoat Detuorrat Kooi Will be me Neat («uvr.roov—View« H«u»tor«btp— Wbat (be i.eglslatare Will Do. Wbo Aoccrdii.g to the general rotation up and down Ur B.a'.e In the plan of elect •og Btaio (Ifij. re by the Democratic party, the next candidate of that patty 'ot Governor will come f.oui Kent Uounty. New (Jaalle County new Lab the O vert or In tbe poison ol Governor Bi/gs. and Bumcjc County had It before In Governor Bleckley. A Demooial a day or two ago aald, In speaking of the future ol Ms party: "1 eaa name the dtale, anr*. G vornor qf the k my words for It If he !r. oot tbe man." "Yon aotNiu the ueat Demcoratlo can didate for Governor, my friend, do yon no.? For don't forget the fact that the Republican« inten Governor," aald a JR*iubilcan eUndltg elect ILo next : "Wall, yea, tbat waa what I meant, but I will lay that the candidate I tueau will be eleoted aud.I kon't know of any oue that oould otrry hi a owu ccunty," aald tbe Democrat Tbt> Böpublloan then guevoJ at the Damoorat'a J. Iteysolda, of Bouth Mutdrrklli hun dred, ez-Btate Traraurar and of tha Laglalaturo. "You have aatsaed it," aald the Deino -•rat, "liaynoldo ojuldu't c«iry bin ooonty; he la, too much embroiled in (actional OgLrr. N », tho mac 1 mean la James WDIlama, ol Iienton hundred, ex-Beprraentativeiu Uongreaa, tier of tbe State Benato aud tp;akerof the aarue " "Whetalu Ik-a hla partiouiar atrenptb?" asked the Repablicau. "Why, you ace Le 1« no faotlcniat He la a good at*ady Democrat taking part with na faction, rta.;ruled by all, •onaerva'.ivo in hla views aud pupaiar all over the Bls!«. Without the faotloual fi..ht that was oarrlnd on lu Kent oouuty ha would have bien a oandidate for United Btatea deaatr, bat that being out of tbe quw lUn uow, he will he made the Drm«< oratio candidate for Utvernor id lbUJ and be will win." This same Democrat, lhau whom 'here aro none better ii f jraied, who bave done party lu an bote.it, legitimate way is opposed to any musauie that will de irtve the Republican« of the finit of their reoent victory in the State. They It fair and square, aud he who «ould d< prive them of the fruit by auy alleged technicality la nota good Deine , «aid he, "By tbe way," be «aid, "did yon tblnk upon wLat n aleude tenure the Republican!) bold th«ir advantage?" and then he «aid, "It e death of a bar whioh is always liable to occur, would nreeosUate tha boldlig of a special election to fill the vacancy, when » Democrat would moat nndoubt* eJlj be eleoud In either county. This woald make the Legislature n tie joint ballot aud prevent tbe rleotlou of » United States Counter of cither party, the State would tbtn ba represented by but one Senator until March, lbUl, the Governor only having tbe power to ap point In oar.e of tha death removal from he State or resignation of a United Btalea Senator. While speaking upon this topic this Democrat seemed to tblnk that thongh Anthony lltgglus, E q , would ba tbe beut LUbll George V. Mausey, Ksq.,of Dover would win the fight. "What will tha Legislature do in the way of legislation?" was atked by the aBl'UBLlUAN. "Weil, there ate many things the Li glalatara would do that will not be .io«e owing to the general desire for a Constitutional Convection,whioh would embody tho prinolpal part ot the legis lation most needrd. The modification of tbe assessment laws will be tha efforts of tha Republicans, and po> tibly it would be aaooessfnl, for there Is a general fee.iug tbat they do not work right. The liquor question will cone« In for a large share of attention, hut you may depend upon it there will be radical legislation upon that subject I know nearly every member in K-nt county, aud thongh they are very atioug temperance man they will not give Wil mington either local option or prohibi tion. But you may depend upon it, there will bs something done to curtail and break up tha Illegal traflio In liquor in Wilmington. Outside of these two lead In if subject», all other legislation will bo l*ft principally to the OonstitailonM Gonveation, which will oallei. A Oonv«ntlon would bo the lesnlt of the Republicans having the House and the Domocrats the Senate The convention alter all would be the leadlrg work of I te Legislature, and thrre w greti by feli-mlnded party that neither waa in a oonditlon to take advantage of tha other. Tbe name of tbe gentleman entertain ing these views la not given, as the pub doaticn tf it woold appear .Ike a breach of confidence, but that he rtfieots tbe utm'lmenti of the most intelligent o'ais of Democrat« there oan bs no doubt >.l . r and uAined Rob n note eolld work for bla the Rf oould aond to the 8enate, • i (loutt be -partisan Oonatltntlonal of cither lanen of Wholi bay ing a barrel of onion», aud, big k : aye i about hla purobaae, aald: bave ballert onions for i5 benefit of my children, too. They of for preventing cold« A prominent physician wee "I t»!w:*yi Inner for the 1 ltkeouloup. the best mudlcioo I know Feed oulom, baked three or four timet a we- k and they'll grow up healthy andetronp. No worm a, row', boiled acarlatin», dlplr.beria wbero children ca» nlenti A not her fully of onloaa every day." dtsttrguUhcd phyeiclan confi r mert tho foregokg tro)ir.uiout,KddIo>?i "I oouldu't matter how Lar; uivo better advice I might try." MeutHl rdluutaa. Mental idleness t* earo to lead to mental ruin. Ho who will notexert bin iboughrs, who lets them passively re otrtvo whatever it 11 iecca may chauoe to fall apou them, will »oon lute tbe ohDf power vLlch mtken them valuable. II Ib an cany habit to fall into, and ono whioh eaoh persen needs lo »*nard hi nt If against—that of lUtlenr.ly reading lUteuiLg or dreaming lnitead ol active ly thinking and working np these In d oonvloilons that tb.iy L It In tbs vacHut gcc>d cead la etrugglliitr cea Into Id :1 worth holding, b'c: been juatl y earned, mind, wh; up waul into life, which will «connut bn covered with vreede. laUfea In dellofcte in*ltb, au*l all who differ r.Htlpftticu, will find e pleasant GalUoro'a liquid Huit •Hy Labl'ual f sdy. Syrup o( akro aud big*, boueflcial in elifct tbari »edy. It act» prnjaptly tho Bowelf, Kidney«, bt'r y yet geatly Liver aud »Uiraach.and d»ea rot Bicker or debilitate. All druggists. Mr. N. B. Dnufortb, Second and Market, whole sale ag«at. Fa»?broken re. Tin«vc». ▲ New York jewe'lsr, who h»s been enffcrtiiK at tha band» of iblffvef, Writes to the Port of that oltjf ''I identified the fcoode without the least trouble, but the courts hell that, unless the thieves arrested and convicted, I oould not recover my property wttbont paying for tt. It It needless to »«y that the thieve« trade good thair escape, and that my tooda aeo out of my rraoh. Io view of this Injustice, under which no doubt hundreds of other jewellers, as well a* myself, have aaftornd, I would auggeat that steps bo takoo to have tbe Leg's'.* tore to enact a law requiring pawn' brokers to InefaA upon tbe proper Identi fication of persons wishing to plo-.'g« wa'ohes, diamonds, jewelry, valuable goo'ia. It would net bs an in eult to any honest psroou to eak him to prodnoe > awushop, any tional bank In tbe United Stales, where tho paying teller requites the person presenting a check to be identified be fore he will pay tbe money." ie «er L was It of and «he with ever truo ar v on« to T'raoh for him in a than it la any na a Hotel. In the hall afd nailed fn a conspicuous a boar«' upon whlch.waa pasted of rules that Northern vlaifor enierlrg lltlena lor tlio first time. Tho following extrada from tho rule» I here quote from nri-mory for the purjxtse of uflbrdinK the reader some Idea of the «•zact natoio ol the regulatlona of the hotel lu quest', print: Kulo 1. "tieats muat pony up 1 dolar d li bits before sin In tho book." "»hurt bits dont kowut beer, nickels tin;« pla«-e ry oath a loner aud formidable would havo terrified they appeared *n No koper «ent« taken. "Gest« will level! not go oil In tfie nit«. "Hope A Uwl will be found >'a they'l •watrlng ahutlo allowed iu the bed weep irof •No fltln rurneB "(lefts must sine tha»« name ovry d«y A par accordingly. • Enny geat how lsnt ssttsfyd with these rool.* and tlic koufquen rcial bulletin. Boston (J* Op will have a chanoa to grallfy their taste on Thursday and Friday evening», aud Friday afternoon, of next week, by tbe New American Opera Company. This troop« la firat-olaas in every particular, aud will render ostohiog and familiar operas. The pres* evrywheie they appeared apeak iu the Ligbest praises of tho oonaputty and their work. Thursday ivdulng they will produce ' The Diuehtrr of tho Regiment." There will be a ward matiuee day ofteruoou, when tho attraction will h» Vincent Wallses'«opera ''Mail ana." Friday evening "Faust" will ba pro dnoed. Go aud secure yor.r sea's at ono<s »» tbe «ale will undoubtedly be largo. ri - Pine Looking said The I)«k.i' «peolmc o.der o:»carf b-.ih n>> in fcrnleU flno manhood. "TliO e:e of a dark oopper color, the youngeronee aro much lighter, and the young women comely, of cker oomplextou &ud good color, but often and yellow ochre. Tbe young l drffl» oonclnta of leadmi tnoocaalna and braeohe* fringed with buckskin, a Gov ernmeut shirt, c^st aud bat, thosßh many go bare».tailed. Tbe hair (e coarse end blsok, aud is pcscrally both sexes in hack, boado uud of Incit quite dh overlaid with red l.y long braids down tbe brntd UBualiy decorated with puia " When baby «u 1 When 1 t, we gave her Caatorla, for Caatorla Cm ton a When bocamu Mia aho clung had ohil lrcn it G tU Ubrlatmwi Uatt. Beautiful Ohrlslmas Lata for gentle men, youths, pirla oud boyc; all Id the stylte. I; is J"«t fan to »eu how deliKhied the "Rule tike«'' nro with their new hats they get at DabsllX 2 E. fid at. Three fourths of tbe people on tbe street look more at your hat than anytblDR elie yon wear Wheu tbat looks well you generally will p&a» mas ter. Hats makn beautiful preie ts. lac Ur H'mins' Wl fan Etroi-ß lungs and perfeot lmpcsAlbUi ty «a teuomlBg conrumptivü salts 6f using «hl» groqt lung and threat remedy. Prompt aud rapid in onilng ooughl, voice, blool »plf.iii/, group, e.c. BO: ardfl. Depot, 4ili and King st« , W11 mlngiop, D<d. J'blla. depot, 8mlth & Kline Oo., 429 Aroh Btreet. the throat, MacaeneM, wrak It I« a fact That everybody oafcht to know that A Bnrgesnt gives 2240 lba. of tbA beat, well o'eaned ooat In every ton yon buy. Oak, pine aud hickory kindling wood In la r ge loads, Lime ter wLltcwarhlug Yard, foot of Monroe Btreet. Central <<ffloe, Seventh and King etreots. Look fur tbe blue sign. Open la tho evening HoinatntDx New. Tu meet the demand for pure, sweet lard, Powilormaker & Brother, at No 5#7 King Btreet, article which they d buckets for family Ib strictly pure, and made beet material. maklü£ a superior putting up in 25 . This lard the very 500 oases ot Boot», NBom «t-.il Koboer« and 200 Muai bo Bold in fifteeu aaya boaioata. . YttFbOl'pbt Sho« dune, 111 W. 2.1 oi Oral gn ftreel of fine ellppera,very cheap oloia out The greatert bargains y Tbe Alligator Boot and , next door to tbe Fion tke Hon. Levi Fettare: Barcea town, Pa., Got. 3. 1888.—Dr. Joseph M. Fulton's Gough Byrap la tbe b-«t iiy for a cold I ßjld by N. B. Danforth. 25o. OA«d. Levi Fetters. o Sareitz A (Jo , 13 Baal Fourth atrset, for cheap and g loi pri duoo, apples, potatoee, lcraourt, oranges, but*. uarKct price, whoiesale end retail. Order yonr picture» and Dauiea a once at Yerger'a, 419 Sbiplry atrest, you will bo left. They bava 5ban ever. the lot. ea. and eggs, : f order» Wby will you ooagb? Bronchial you; it la guaranteed to your Balm will do tbe work Price 25o. rnacy, 5th and Pop! ey r*>fnuded. Sold at Nsudalu'd i>bar «t reels. • 12 CAhlubt pLotoa at (jamming«' gai ety for $2. 802 kfurki t at»®dt. U. Si (J. B. It. Tlokitsfor Ba.tln. t a and WmUnjv lm can be rnrobi* d at the new B. & O. ticket (fries, 813 Market street Tiy a bottle of Brcncbtal Palm If ion have a cuo*b, it will thing nnle*H it lell-'V.-a y*a Tbeu it la < n. jr 25o. Bo d at Naudalua pharmacy, Ctb aud Poplar meite. If you ire thinking »hont a tine goM frame for a painting ur orayou a' once, tioyou win get it in time, a Yerger's art gallery, 419 Bnlpley Of. R • I coat you any MAKES AU EXCITEMENT IN LOWELL. Thia girl la thirteen v ie ol a number of old, •1 age, and e Lclpleaa progressive paralyaia, cured by the Moxle «er vo Food. She now resides at No. 7 L Street iu tho City of Lowell, State of HaMfchuaeita. She mother wan obliged to attend her fancy. Her physicians »aid her disability was procreative paralyaia, and absolutely Incurable. A nurae at the Masaa-thuaetta General Hoapital advised tl.e use of Moxle It waa given. No medicine or other means were used meantime. Two of Mozle made her aa Well as ever before and from beleg speechless and helpless, «he la row a healthy,romping school girl with a glib tongue, and ever Imagine ehe waa onro a helpleaa, bopelm wreck. We cortlfy that the above la absolutely truo In every respect. * J(>un NicnoLHOJV, (her father.) Sarau Nicuoi.hon, (her mother ) of ' helpleaa her in lu uid Lowell, Mass., Sept. 1,1S8S. , a nota ry public, John Nicholson, and made oath that the above statement la true. Gbo. U. Kicii akddon,N otary Public. ofl-iitaw IIiddlb^—V,, * Personally a|»pear«d before CLOTHING Everybody must have, and the question is when shall we get it. Shall we buy ready-made or have made to our order? Now, you will never have any one to offer you a better chance to get just what you want than we will, ready-made. We have almost any kind of a Suit for ciiher man or boy. Overcoats we have in all kinds and sizes. Many of our clothing are made right here in Wilmington by our own people. Meas uring so many of our citi zens we have the best idea tf size to keep made up. To order, we are busy cutting) and making all the time Almost every custo mer brings us a n o t It e r , which we think is our best card. You know we a r e identified with you and want to serve you well. JAS. T. MULLIN & SON, G tU & Market, Wilmington, Tailora 1 Clotiiiers. h <3 m a CO z o < o i.J Ito • • C 3 H • • • ;e (5 CO < !« » • UJ txt CT* O co in < o* gf® Z CO oo [® • • KO >" > < Q : I Lu f- - Q o Ct "TT®, -v® ° *3 X' < • o ®T •s s R L POYNTER ay l, No. 214 East Fourth St (second floor ) AIgo Tableware, Watch Cases, Jewelry, Surgical Instruments, Lodifo Jewels, «fcc (gold end f 1LVER PL \ TED. | ««Tltepalrtng uf all kinds a specially. Silvc d Orld Plater, I 7*26 4 is M. Megaiy & Son CARPETS, S. E. Cor. 6th & Tatnall Sts. FURNITURE, 516 Tatnall 8treet. We have arriving, day by day, large Invoices ol Holi day Novelties, consisting of Fancy Itockers, Writing Desks, Bric-a Brac, Cabi nets, Unique Tablets, Work Baskets, etc. Don't delay purchasing. Now is the time to buy, there by having first choice and securing a bargain before the grand rush which is bound to coma later. Buy now, have done with the troublesome question of what to buy lor your gifts to the loved ones. Any goods bought now are carefully stored and deliver ed on Christmas at any tjme best suited to you. tt l merning of We have placed on our floors to-day an enormous lice oi l'iusli Rockers,cherry and antique oak frames, nicely upholstered in silk plush, in t sty and attractive designs. Prices from $4 up Our matchless stock Is well met by our matchless iow prices, the two forming a combination not to be broken by any store in the city. Bear in mind wc are oflering you the best Christ mas novelties in Fancy Fur niture at rock-bottom cash prices. Having, bought a larger amount of these goods than all other stores combined in the State, we know that to sell them all we must put down the price«. We have a thousand and one things hf re— every thing stylish and trustworthy. In lact every thing is in profusion with the prices in confusion. See our Sixth street win dow. You see there a chance in a lifetime. A $65 Walnut Chamber Suite lor $45. We bought at a rare bargain the manufacturer's stock of that pattern. There by hangs the tale. M. MEGARY & SON* Cash, or weekly and monthly payment«. a ■ -n BARGAIN WEEK —AT THE— BEE HIVE, )) U 306 MARKET STREET. We know the ladies like to buy Dry Goods cheap and wo try to help them by offering a good Olotb Skirt, quilted bottom of Italian, al 50c each. They are big value tor t5c. Don't wait too long. The lot of 4,000 yards of man ufacturers' remnants of Neck Ruehing, advertised a few days' ago at half price, go like hot cakes wiien one is hungry. 3 to 25c a yard. A very rare bar gain. That lot of $1.60 Kid Gloves we spoke about in our last adver tisement as being such g' cat value, has created a stir among the ladies. They buy from one to six pairs. Think ot it, a real Kid— Foster 1-hook — perfect goods, told by all good firms at $150. This iot to go for 15c a pair; s'zes 6J tJ 1J. Just hall price. ■I 306 MARKET STREET. PATRICK. HEY a*. 1818 VT. (da Ckreit,: ettrpeator, Oe»ka«Ur aal Bullaor a:t mail» gCA »*.r»^»r; hetk, ta.prl*« HX«.*| m Wmate a wmH tot wevk p R -^ö$SSL 3 ..P, L ,a..„ oold by »T-a» «Ist«; als« ny mall. Add MOVtlGUfiliatiY A OU.. BBO n. Maui (*t H Vkiladaighla, Fa. tal Random Hhota. Smith—You say the speculation ha proved a fallart? Jones—A total fal'ure. 8 —I thought you said there war a fortune lu It. J. (with a groan)—Bo there Is. Mina is in it. First Postal Clerk—Hero's a letter marked "ln halte," Ji stamp Second Postal Olrrk—In a woman's handwriting, of course. Well, send It lo the Dead Letter Office. lo, and there*« It. lovera' knot, my "Can you tie % t dear?" Inquired Merritt. '•No," replied Mamie, hiding her new bluihes with 1er fan; "but clergyman oan do It very nlorly." Mile. Coryphee (late of PatU)—Phat makea yea ao late, Mary? Tbe bailey begon. Milo. Bouquet de Ville— Och. Bridget, tt waa ail owla* io the fourth tlure back bate* rioted. Bhure, I Lad to put olaue abates the bed, bad oeaa to*ll. DR. SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS CLEANSE the mucous franes of the stomach and bowels of all slim< tnd foreign matter, start the secretions, assirf ligestion and assimilation, nutrify the blood They relieve the liver of conge-stion, give n l chance to eftract bile poisons from tin jlood, lo make them into good bile, and t\ Ibcrete just what is needed. They do net bar their way and irritate like Ives, but they treat all the surfaces and (ans, so that the entire system responds They are based on scientific principles, rhey are entirely rational and They always do what is claimed for them. Fhey work on the system in the way claimccj rhey work together for the greatest good, rhey rhey need no praise, but only simple lion of merit. ;3F"Dr. Schcnck's purely vegetable ar.( vholly reliable family medicines arc for sail ly r.11 Druggists. Every package has neall Hinted directions for use. If you woul Inderstand your-clf send for Dr. Schcnck'i lew Hook on Diseases of the Lungs, Live) kal Stomach. Sent free. Address Dr. J *1. Scjienck & Son, Philadelphia, Fa. pnrg.\ mal. and untried medicines WABNER'C f » UHKAT HORSE SALES NU. 44, AT WILNINUTON, I»EI.., TUESDAY, DEC. 11, 10 o'clock, a.m. HUH»!*—ooaoh, Uoupe, kamtly, Toad, Saddle and worker*. CAUblaUlvS, kc—New ant Second band (ferriages, liarn«*«, Kobe*, Blankets,Whine, Ac. Bazaar heated. Comfortable seats lor W. Y. WAKNfiK. all. pUHLIC SALE Ok *5 HEAD (IT COW 3 cn TuMday, th« 11th day of De- ww oamber, at 1 84 o'olosx, p. m . at qggp.. v Thomas Moasley's hotel, Hrandywlno lax«, uth ward. JOHN lke L. W. Stidham A Sou, auots. *10 4t» VISIT OUR NEW FURNITURE -AND CARPET STORE, 816 MARKET STREET, MaaoQtc Temple, Wilmington, Amd examine ear fin« »took-of Parlor sb 4 Chamber Butte, Kzieaaton Table«, Lounge«. MattreawB and Spriagiu Ubnii«, Tabla« Baby Carriage«, Or lb«, ©radio». Looklnt Glum, Clone, Wringer», eto. W« have» full Un« of Brnu«l« aud ingrain Carpet«, Kaga, Kag C*rp«U, KatUng» and UU cloth»,all of wbtah wo »«11 at bottom prlou. cub, weakly or monthly pay monts. Your» rupsetfully, SAMUEL SPEAKMAN, 818 Market Btreet, Wil., Del: Agency for tb« Mew Horn« Hewing Kn obln«. and aappll«« all maehlno». ARTISTS' OUTFITS. Complete outfits of artists' oil colors, brushes, pal lette boxes, &c.,at the following prices: $ 1 . 50 , $ 2 . 50 , $ 3 . 50 . Also water color outfit«. If your boy or girl has talent for art, ; buy them one of these outfits; it will encour age and instruct. PHILLIPS & KANE, NO. 5 EAST 4th ST. GUISTS ! HaviDg received a largo Invoice of GUNS & RIFLES, selling: them at the lowest prices. Breerb-loading double-barrel guue, |S. Loading tools, $1.00. I SFORTING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Call before purchasing at Edward Melchioi 214 KING STREET. REAL ESTATE F UH KFN I'. uia w 'I atnall St. eai Lincoln ,J t. 3 1 A Uraauhlll »03 VanHurao 8 t anklla £ 1(01 Llnooin 81. ö'.b st. H.D. WALTER NO. 3 W, 7ïh ST. NOW IS YOUR a . If you want to select goods and not bo Mr rled, we can wait ou you with better satisfaction now. We can't begin to tell you half we have. Alphsb t Blocks from 5.10, Dice and Dice Cup, Domi 15, 25, 50, 62, 75, 87c. noes and Checkers., ' The largest and best in Desk from 85c to $5. the city. ' Rocking Horses, large size, Bureaus, finished in asb, .3 from 75c to $2. drawer for 50, 75,95c, «1. 50, $2, $3, $i and $5. Bedsteads, 50,75, 95c, $1 25, jSj.50, $2 to $5. Books, all new and every kind. Child's Doll Carriages. 50c. to $0 All kinds of Cut up Animals and Figures. Dolls In Bisque, China,Wax and Rubber. The finest assortment we have ever displayed. Dolls' Shoes and Stockings, Comb, Pufl Boxes, Brush es and Lace Caps. Brass Drums from locto $2 m Entirely new SwInjjJng Horses from $2 to $9 Ex'.ia fine Humming Tops. Christmas Tree Ornament«». endless variety, from 3c »P Pianoä from 50e to $6 Every Game there is to be played, 5c to $2. Expresä Wagons with bo*. lug in the wheel, improved; draw Iron nut, work right and left the same as big carriages, 40c to $7.60. Sleds, made by one of the best manufacturers in the country. n Rubber Boots, Shoes, Lamps, Fancy Vases, Table 4 Pocket Cutlery, Fancy Glass <S Chinaware, Floor,Table & StairOil Cloth THE PLACE IS ADAMS BRD. ; 504 MARKET STREET. •o 1 lm RENT COLLECTIO -AND MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Send in your list before December 25tli, so as to secure good tenants for the coming year. SAMUEL CULBERT, NO. 500 SHIPLEY STREET. ESTABLISHED 1878. MARIE SIMONS, FITSTE MILiLiXTSTERY, 304 KING STREET. . French Felt Hats. fSi.oo. Good Felt Hats, 50c and 75c. Fine Breasts, regular price 75c, only 25c. Rosebuds, all colors, 25c per bunch. Placque sprays, 25c. Full line of trimmed Hats, Children'« Hats, Plushes, Velvets and Millinery Novelties. Call and examine be fore purchasing elsewhere. * MARIE SIMONS, 304 KING STREET. 73 the leader IN PHOTOGRAPHY, 3 il Market St. n6-6m fs «EIGHT 14 IN.. LE § -».ÿ WIDTH lä IN. IO iH 30LC3 Si* S wmmi ate. - Mm lÇc \ I SfMi ÊM •; N ' it A w WILL FLAT 101 TU«tS At a bargain, 8-ream houae, with eon Tôcienoee. Only «380 required down Apply to W. ttoott YaraoB« ihia ottoe. J Si UAL«», Wk rURNISHIMO IUNDXRT AK IK AMI A ÄMBALM1», A SS'f IdilTCALL, 1 ? aUa&lU 8 »MUIlti Talenhona OoQ i ?. nrompun U13VU1I, Fcaxieaiha Uneirtakwi FitA0Tie.ii, Embalms*, ao. «1. anas ntul a-ji««n»M rt u™s. Talapkoai g IMONG U THR IE, General Furnishing Undertaker, HO. 33. EAST IkTUTB ST. 33 If yon want good batter mond'a, IR, W. cor. Eighth and streets.