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QEVHCH. . Site Chores BulUUnf to hs Bold. A representative of Ths Ribald called member of the Board of Trustees of upon a „ ths Delaware Avenue Baptist Churph, y terday afternoon, and was Informed by b that there would be a change In the loca tion of the congregation's place of worship, or that the present building would be sold, and another purchased in another esetton of the city more centrally located than Dela ware avenue and West streets. He stated that the foil debt of the church, floating, bonded, end everything that could be brought against It was only about 985,000, a great deal of this is In the building loans, ami 914,000 of it will betaksn this year, which will only leave tho church with a debt of 911,000. As soon as this Is con sumated the church building will be put up for sale, and it Is supposed that it will command about fifty thousand dollars. With this money the new church, whlph It is proposed to construct after the form of a tabernacle like that used by Moody and 8ankey,ln Philadelphia, will be commenced. The gentleman who furnished the Informa tion stated that It would be the aim of the Board of Trustees to secure a Jot In the neighborhood of Market street, somewhere about Fifth or Sixth'streets. The taberna cle will be free to all, end Mr. Haldeman has expressed his desire to carry Into effect the.free pew system, and to have a church with a seating capacity of fifteen hundred S irsons and a membership of one thousand. e has returned to the city, and will fill his pulpit to morrow, taking for his text In the morning, "Christ and the Resurrec tion," and In the evening, "Christ's call to Repentance," also baptism. im The Conference Academy. We extract, the following information from a preamble and resolutions adopted at a nfV'rg of thei Board of Directors of the Wilmington Conference Academy on Wed nesday: The President, Secretary and Treasurer have been authorized 4s a Com mittee to advertise for proppsals for re building the academy. The President authorized to enter Into n contract to be covered by the |30,000 Insurance money still unappropriated, and the money sub scribed and collected and that yet to be sub scribed and collected. Messrs, Caldwell is Quigg and Todd were appointed A commit tee to consider what relief could be afford-! ed Rev. J. M. Williams, principal ol tbij academy, from hit loseee by the fire. Th< Board agrace to pay the contractor* repre •anted by Mr. PennewUl 85,000 in none; and 95,800 In bonds, and to pay Off 95,Q0< «f ths bonded debt, provided the attach ■sent on the insurance is raised. The cor respondent of Tab H»*ald, from Dover says! The committee to make contract fo rebuilding ifitend to proceed a^ onee W ezesu cute their: pommission. As yst the insuin ■Me ' companies stand In the way, not] having notified the Board formally tbaj'j they will not build , but it Is not suppose that they will. ' The walls that are stf standing are apt deemed reliable and wi£| have to come dawn, and the academy wi he entlreiynew. 1 Tiding• from Claymont. The personal'property of Messrs Wm[ Churchman & Co., was sold Inst week. The Mtate was bought some time since, by Mr, f^Qwteley, wlfo expects tq start the saw. mill Wore Jong. Mr. Wm Matchel met with a very severe accident] last week. He was driving In Chester, when the horse made a spring, throwing him out upon the curb stone, and cutting his face badly. He Is not danger ously hurt. 'The departure of Rev. Mr. Kenney from the charge ofStloam M. E. Church, Is very much regretted by the congregation. After his farewell sermon,on Sunday evening; collection of o^e. hundred dollars was tak up for Ills benefit, A BVeeh Trouble for Chester. The little dlflculty between the Mayor and Connell of Chester, has not lost its In terest In tbe scandal of the town, before an other'dish of municipal trouble Is served up. Tbe Treasurer U short thousands of dol lars, At the last' meeting of the Board.it was stated that tbe tax duplicate amounted to 935,000, and that only 918,000 of the earn had been collected. For the first. t|me In Its, hiatory, the Treasurer of the Board was abort. Tbe collector of the Board has about ene month to collect the tax, and If he does not do lt In that time there Is strong talk of waiting upon his se curities for the amount. Chester seems to be: endeavoring todcvelop n Tammany ring on a small scale. i en 8choo! The Preehed Mode Straight. It will be remembered by the readers of T*te Herald that abont the first, of this month it exposed certain crooked matters that were transpiring upon the Kent Coun ty Railroad, whereby the muil.bags were stuffed and the revenues of the company in this way increased. Since then the Cbestertown correspondent Informs us that matters are a great deal strafghter, aud tho dose of The Herald must have acted as a powerful emetic, for the mall-bags have been reduced wonderfully In avoirdupois. Tbe public documents have stopped coming, and the man to whom they were consigned has no more of such stock en hand to sell for old paper. "P> inwns 'Barrington. Ob Wednesday evening, tbe five o'clock freight train collided with the log wagon of Mr." James Brown. One of tho shaft mules a very valuable animal was killed, and Mr. Brown, who was driving, had a very nar row escape. The spoke] factory, aawmills and hotels are in foil blast, and Harrington has a more thoroughly business aspect than any place in the eounty. Tbe people feel much encouraged. Dover Doing s. The Town Commissioners are having tbe public square ploughed lip with the Inten tion of making much needed improvements to it. The following gentlemen have been ap pointed' managers of tho Camden Union Camp Meeting which is to be held July 14, vis.: Wm. T. Kellum, Wm. Dyer ana C. F. Hawkins. A meeting for this purpose was held on Wednesday lu the M. E. Church. Justice's court. Before Esquire Frazer, last evening, Bailie Quinn was arraigned on tbe charsre of Margaret Maglnly for assaulting her ^ person. Tbe defendant was fined six cents and costs, and held In 850 to keep the peace. Our Mini**** ft»r ._ I Joe Taylor,a leout for Cuater'a com mand, arrived at Bismarck. Dakota T*rt ~ rti tho murder at -f Little Rockfsht hondred°mlles above Little Rock, of seven white trappers and two squawi. Buy your shoes at Hall's, 505 King street. A splendid line of nut's and ladles' line shoes, also shoes at alLpricei. Tbe Journalists of the Centennial wUl be like veritable executioners, each trying to get a head of the othen .—Dsnhurp S*at. Young men should to go to DeWolTs for their spring clothing. He has gome of the nobbIMt suits in the elty. The shower of flesh in Kentucky Is satis factorily explained. An old horse wsa taken up in a whirlwind and pounded to places .—Detroit Frit Prut. All the magasines of the day can be pur chaaed at liyan's Centennial News Office, 007 Market street. Anything In his line, if not already in stock, will be produced as quickly as possible. Mr. O'Donovan Rossa baa started what be calls a "skirmishing fund," and tbd ''skirmishers" have succeeded In getting about 9800. Adslr, Fourth and King streets, manu factures all kinds of furniture, and reno vates beds. The Boston Pod wants to know what sort of au animal tbe fatherof a mule Is. Look in the mirror and see .—Nsu York Sordid. Don't ruin your health, and, besides, make yourself disagreeable to other people by your continued coughing. A twenty five cent bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure you. Large bottles, 50 cents. That was a smart "little girl who, In an swer to the catechism's questions: "Whai Is the outward, visible sign or form of bap tism?" replied: " The baby." Carpeta, oil cloths and window shades In the latest stylet, for sale quite cheap at McBride's AOJ ■ arket street. City Items. Childrens' and boys all wool suits are selling for 94 and 95, at the great Boston Clothing House, 807 Market atreet WU., Del. Mothers buy their children's clothing at tbe Boston House, 807 Market street, WU., -a MEN 90 ARTISTS Del. p rand CHARITY BALL U nv aid of ST. PAUL'S MALE ORPHAN ASYLUM Y . M. C. PHILOPATRIAN LITERARY I Minstrel* | Minstrels j - Georgia | REFINED! ORIGINAL! UNEQUALLED! Over 1,000 persons were turne<l away their opening performance.—"Philadelphia Record." Reserved Seats 75 cents, at Bougbman (9 Thomas'. apll at UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE INSTITUTE, INSTITUTE WALT STOCK QUOTATIONS. HSU Gold__ N. Y. C. A Hud.. N. Y. A Erie. Lake Shore. Northwestern.., 11 1 1 66 40] Pref. I04J* 104 1614 16 65 Rock Island. Ohio A Miss. Paclflo Midi. Western Union St. Paul. " Pref.... r. A Wabash.. Union Paclflo 0. C. A I, C"..... 401 ' 1 . 3 61 6 penna. Reading...... Leblgb vail ey ..49 r Lehigh Nav Oil Creek. Central Trans...... PW la. A Erie. Hestonvllle.. A. A P„ preierred Market strong, WILMINGTON QUOTATIONS. Delaware State Bond*....-IJ^M. R* Wilmington City Bonds....169 106. Delaware R. R. fowl mtge.i.10U< M2K « " extenaloa_W 191 Wilmington A Reading R. R. 1st mortgage,. Wilmington A Heading 2d mortgage-. _ Wilmington A Western R. R. 1st mortgage. Delaware R. R. Stook—..... Wilmington Coal Gas Co. National Bank of Delaware Wn. AB'dywine.; 61M ,63 First National Bank.—146 150 Union National Bank...—. 42 43 Farmer's Bank.....—. Delaware Fire Insurance 14! K SO R. R. 5 2 20 22U 22X 23k 90: 86 60S ..600 42 43 24 26 PHIUDBLPHIA MARKETS. 9took Market. Philadelphia, April 14, 1876. I13M@US% PhllaARead 101 #106 RR, Gold Silver U 8— 1881 12;%® 122 " 5-20818651l44®U8 ■Ju!ylWDT19Vi@119^ Milly 1867 l21to§iaiM, "July 1888 m " 10-408 118! •Now8s lit! City «s,newI08.„, ,, L'Cosof NJ188 @188W Penna RR 55%# 65% 48?*i North Penn 52%@53(4 "hllaA Erfe20V|@20l4 OCAARR 14 @ltk Lehigh Val 61 mk "NavHtOOk40 @4»U Cetawlsrai R17 @16 scSAg"!* llestonvllle 111858 do rkllfodelpklsi Trade Keport. Friday, April 14, 1876. Cotton attracts very little attention, and we notice small sales at for mld dUnc upland, and New Orleans. Coffee Is quiet and firmly held. 100 bags Lagouyra at I8M0.. 100 baa 17c. and 150 begs Santos at 18(4c. Tl market developed more strength to-day end nt the close holders' views were 7te> 7%c.for fair and good refining Cuba; the de mand was good, with saleH of 300 hogsheads Southslde (Juba at 7%c, Refined Sugars dosed strong at ll«o; tor cut-loaf; 10Xc. fer orushed and t owdered; 10Xc. for granu lated; and lOo. for A. Stuck to-day 4,' hogsheads, against 6,000 hossheads, 1/ boxes, and 12,130 bags last year. Molasses Is confidently held, and there Is rather more demand. Sales of 1,200 hogs heads Cuba at 32^c. for 60 test; stock to-day 5,900 hogsheads and 1,000 barrels, against 417 h l^ne Ftour*market rules steady, bnt thO movement Is limited, the demand being restricted to the wants of the local tr About 1,000 barrels sold at 84 2694 50 1 for extras; 86@6 60 for Minnesota extra family; 81@8 7a for PennsylvanlaOhlo and Indiana do. <>o.; 8798 25 for fanoy brands. Rye Flour sells at 84 62(4®4 75. In Corn Meal nothing Is doing. Prime red winter wheat meets with a fair mllllDg demand at foil prices. Sales of 2,400 bushels at 8150 for prime; Fenneyl vanlared Si 51(801 58; do. amber; 81®1 15 for Western red, and 8145@156 for white. Rye sells at 80@82 c. Corn Is In light supply, and commands full prices. A good Inquiry prevails. Sales of7,000 bushels yellow, afloat and. in grain depot, at «(HM; white at 66H0. ' • Oats are selling at 48@51c. for Western white, and 40@44c. for prime red. Whisky Is quiet at fl 18 forWeetern Iron bound. Saks of s Bleat be Sugar e. pHEAP than ever befo.'e I am ready to supply tbe Die In the Baetern portion of toe city Ith all kind* of boots and ehoea, tor die*. gentlemen and children, at prices x below those heretofore charged. Ele gant work made to order, and mending promptly attended to. JAMES KANH. ; er SHOE STORE. /* marl4-ly NEW SHOE. M. CLANCY, No. 416 W. SECOND STREET, |s manufacturing for the wholesale trade a new gaiter, hand-made, of good oalf skin, both sUtohed and pegged. Will be sokl less than any other Hhoe of the same class, and warranted good material and work well done. Call and see him. moh8 lmo QHEAPI CHEAPER 11 CHAFES?Ill BOOTH SHOES, and GAITERS, j Children's shoes, from 46 cents tail ML j Mon'sealf-skln boots. One band-sewed, for 84 59, at Ninth and Spruee. Repairing neat ly done. WILLIAM HOUCK. JAMES R. IsTRAHAN. 100 MARKET STREET, Has resumed THE BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS, And Intends devoting his t'me to the menu faoture of CUSTOM WORK, g experience In making boots and dales him to make a neat and earn His Ion shoes ena fortable SHOE FOR ANY SHAPEB;FOOT. REMEMBER THE PLACE, apl-3m 109 MARKET STREET. UJttOOfelKU*. QHOICE TURKEY PRUNES, 7 cents per pound. TOMATOES! TOMATOES! 2 cans for 25 cents. DIAMOND BRAND HAMS, DIAMOND BRAND BACON, lUGjAH, (genuine), MAPLE SYRUP, (very fine), FLORIDA ORANGES, '■ J, p. ALLMOND. E ighth and Market St. UTTER! BUTTER! "BUTTER! C. MEBSICK, Stalls Noe. 47,48 and 49 Third Street Mar ket Heune. M, augasUy B Having made arrangements to recelv regular shipment! oi butter from the Wes be wlU oanstantly have at bis Malls a lari supply of Prime Print, Roll and Tab Butt* at very low prices. _ iglfi-am BDIWEBS. AGO.. RANKERS ANB BROKERS, SBixthaHakkxt Sts., Wilmington, Dm. NEW YORK AND PHYLA DEL. STOCKS BOUGHl A SOLD UN COMMISSION. Every facility afforded for persons desir ing to deal oi Invent In Stock*, Bonds o* GQld. 1 | Telegraphic enotatlons received eon* stantly daring the day angJ3tf - f i i bSm '' ' I QPENING, , f , „ . - :r; • SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING| MADE TO ORDER, BUXBAUM A CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, Ko.ll Bj Fourth Street. ■ FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PIECE GOODS CONSTANTLY ON HANB. As elegant fits, and fine work as any es tablishment In the city. m2S-6m. 1 JAMES F. TRAYNOR, PLUMBER. GA3 AND STEAM FITTER, No. 204 E. SIXTH STREET; DEALER nr LEAD AND IRON PIPE. SINKS. BATH TUBS, BOILERS, CHANDE LIERS, BRACKETS, PENDANTS, READING LIGHTS, MURDOCK'S ANTI-FREEZING HY DRANTS AND FULLEW8 PATENT FAUCETS. Jobbing promptly attended to. T HE ODORLESS KXCAVATING COM PANY Remove contents of privy wells without OFFENSE OR DESTRUCTION OF PROP* ERTY, at lowest rates. Orders by. postal card sr otherwise, promptly attended to. Offlse No .».wmfvmTu street. mar22-3mos If r~HXNDLKdT(X)L A ' BABB BALL EMPORIUM 813 Market 81., Bporting goods of all kinds. au23-tf JOHN F. BETZ, Gaul's Brewery, PORTER, ALE, BROWN STOUT, Brewer and dealer In BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS, Cor Gallowhtll Bad New Market Streets, Philadelphia, pis. inarl7-ly I , 1M1PBAHCE.. )URB I -xul «n t In the DELAWARE STATE F. & M. INSURANCE COMPANY or Delaware City DELAWARE. BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 187* Col.'James B. Henry, President, Delaware John Hudson, Capitalist; St. Georges, Del. D. K. McClure, Capitalist, Short Manitu,Pa. Dr. J-T, Hammond, M. D., Berlin, Md. Rudolph Humphreys, Lumberman, Sails Jobn U 'P'Long, Merchant. Frankford, Del. George A. Jones. Civil Engineer. George town. Del, ltallst. Laurel, Del. tallst, Condord, Del D. W, Moore, G Ool. J. B/Ford, Wm. F. Sharp._ Ell Hollister, Insurance, Delaware City. ■ Ulman, Piest. U. S. Law Asao. N. bel. H. Capt. Beni. Stokley, Farmer, Seaford. Del. Beynear williams, Merchant, Milford. Hiram W. MeCoUey, Capitalist, Milford, Del. Del. John M. Dale, Capitalist, Whaleyvllle, Md. D. J. Mlnlch, Insurance, Seaford, Del. Wm. Dyer, Merchant. Dover, Dql. James M. Sellers, R* R. Contractor, Phila delphia, Fa. John M. Pom*roy, Editor, Cbatnbersbuif. R. WVCannon, Merchant, Bridgevllle, De Wm. H. Murphy, Manufacturer, Farmlnj ton, Del. Cbas. H. Maull, Merchant, Lewes James H. Myers, Insurance. Dela , Del. wareClt JAMES B. HENRY. Pres. JAMES H. MYERS, Seo'y and Treas. daol4-8m LEGAL > TTENRY C. TURNER, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW Exchange Building, Seventh and Market I Streets. Room No. 8. augO-ly. TT^ ALTER OUMMINB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. —v—W— . MEDICAL - R, J. P. GRIFF te of Washington, D. C.. m No. 1013 Market street . ' Wilmington, Del., And Is prepared to Trent all Acute as well as Chronic Mseaiwiu*4d8ntlflo manner. m20-lmeod removed fro >, 610 Tatnall street. to No J. P.MALCOM, D* * I No. 303 Taylor Street. ml«-tf d r.gbim*haw. MirAmn9k ect. 28-1 y T\R. WAXES, ban returned to his re* ±J dence Cor. Eighth and King Streets, oot 16-tf. W. X Williams, DRUGGIST, Ninth and Market Streets Wilmington, Del. IDGE'S FOOD FOR INVALIDS. R 1 taw-81 r NEEL'S MAGIC HAIR RESTORER Restores gray-mixed, red, light or fede4 needs of hair, beards or mongtaches, to s beautiful brown or black, in from or to lour ipplloatlons, It Is free from sulpnui lead, acids, mercury, silver,or anything ln t ■urlous to either hair07 beard, IT DOES NOT FADE OR RUB OFF. Expressed to all parts on receipt of one dollar, or six bottles for five dollars. At the wholesale and retail depot, No. 916 VlNl 4TREET, PHILADELPHIA, dec.2475-ftV ''f 1321 Green St White, Itshy aid Scaly Tetter of ths Seal*, The scalp gets Itchy, tender end covered wfT fine White scales. They form egoin sabstce semaved. ), ■male*. Flsekwonss, and Blaekltsed**-* On <fc, forehead, cheeks and nos*. They exude ■ whttfchwabetnDOe when squeezed; affect t»<fa PI ■g is Iakovs*; 00 sruptkm but that Sontahlag; went boa the waist to Ths above sad all Bkls Dlsasssa cured by Dr. Yak Stis, 1321 Grasu Street, PhUsdelphU, Ps. lb* caused by| the ankles. CATARRH CURED. Catarrh.—A stopped-np foehns In. the head, Incoseentbiowlngoftbe noee, hawking and iplt Ung, dropping into the throat, sad bad breath. Da VAN Dyke, Xo. 1391 Green Street, FhUadelphta. PERIODICAL8. EW BOOKS 1 NEW BOOKS I As soon aa published, all the NEW MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, DAILY AND WEEKLY B1 AN & BOOKS, STATIONERY! GAMES, And a very large assortment of .artloles BOTH FOR ORNAMENT AND USE, . AT E. a R. BUTLER'S No. 4M Market Street. N Jan.lltU - YOUE SPECIAL ATTENTION IS INVITED TO OCR v LARGE STOCK OF 7 it ' * >9 OF HOME MANUFACTURE, Which in Quality, in Extent, and V ariety of Assortment, is. Unsurpassed in Any Market! The Prices are absolutely the lowest, for the quality, of anything offered in this mar ket, and our stock is composed of everything for furnishing a house complete, from the finest to the plainest grades, comprising CHAMBER, PARLOR, LIBRARY, DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. Mantle and Pier Classes MADE TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK MIRRORS ALWAYS ON HAND. MATTRASSES OF ALL GRADES ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER. LARGE LINE OF WARDROBES, DESKS, BOOK-CASES, AND SECRETARIES. » r. We invite a call.*®* •Jobbing done on short notice. W*m. Ferris 4* Co •9 (successors to the Enterprise Manufacturing Co.; 930 Market St., WHlmmgton, Del , SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS ! —AT— No. 3 West Third Street, f' I, Dili (Only one door from Market Street), Wilmington, Del., WlU be fonnd a fall line of Dreer's fresh and reliable VESETUU UO FLOWEE SEFBS, Of all kinds, having sold those seeds for ye irs, and operates with care, todlspose of no worthless Seed. We Invite all to eome and patronize this old house In its new quarters, believing We can do better tflan ever before. Come and get a catalogue novl6-6m ~ Ji! Sign Red Front. the , in the JAkUh SeaioBr oe of aAbu venation about OakHall iHhlvwanamakerABrown's" Largest in America," A visitor and attcndanNBe the speakers: ■• L ' Visitor. " What comer is the Building on?" Attatiemh "lonUMsst earner of Bath and Market Please note the SIXTH, for tome rangers seeking Oak Hall, have been misled * — » V. "It is perfectly colossal! Do you know its dimensions?' A. "12,000 Square feet—66 on Market, and 180 odd on Sixth, six stories high, has over three acres qA flooring, and covers space once occupied byWemrinan twenty different busi We east P Cl by steam-power T" ung engine famishes power ip*sseogsrelevaton,andtbe heating, and the other opera first operation7" ix. The goods are first then inspected. The doth passes over rotters in the thee of a strong light, and two men sit, one before and 0110 behind the goods, watching with foe eye of a hawktorthe least pin-hole Imperfection, and m ark i ng every flaw, so that the cutter may see and avoid It when he comes to out the gar ments." of cutters?" — -Jdseel We Ung up the doth machines that do „ , a stroke." V. "Do you manufacture all your own goods!" A. " Wa do, and most carafolly. Our ex aminers inspect every stitch ana seam, and certify to every garment as extra-well made e we nut our ticket on It, and become nsible for it" 'Your system must save you a great deal ?" j A. In every direction, sir. It Is Ore system 'nd economy we practice all Ere wjf through, that enables ns to put our priBs/bwn to the people as we do." Wr VT" After inspecting the work, what becomes of It?" _ A. Before it goes Into Stock It is ticketed, Every single garment has Its number and other points noted on It, so that its entire his tory can be traced without fell, upon our books." A, "A forthe freight An boilers steam tor nt tions of the boune," _ V. " What order do youtake with goods f' A. "They are first opsafed and arranged In the basement, on long low counters, and taken thence on the fralgfit^levator to the inspec tor's room on thOMrem floor." V. "IsInspecting A. " No, sir, 1 in tbe Disc v, " A. "Come to our fl koep 70 hands all the tl info garments,—besid a dozen men's work es fl< re^o .. V. " You must have 80 or 40 salesmen r' A. " Why slr. on busy days you may/Bee 100 1 the various1 rooms and suites ou rooms, Uihg to the throngs of customers."/ V. ,r Do you do an order bqdtoa/ by mall and express?" V Vciy great. All over the oountry. Our ln J. E, TYGERTA Co. Man 'fiacturers of STAR BONE PHOSPHATE AND PURR GROUND BONE Also dealers In Fer tilizing Materials of all kind. OFFICES: |? B 8 y[ ® ^ ^ 4. OB PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED AT THB JERALD OFFICE, NO. 509 SHIPLEY ST. perfect system sad rules of self-meesarement make iyxwslpM to rdeatu people 2,000 miles 'sctly as If they were here in away j< person.' V. "I different departments t" A. " Ity dear sir! we have more than twenty, eeoh charged with its own business: find each thoroughly organised, a necessary wheel wilh jn the neat wheel.'' V. "will you name a dozen or so of them T" A. "With pleasure. The Custom Dcp ment, for those who prefer custom-made ready-madw Vn Furnishing Department, with its Snagbse stock of all underwear, The Shirt Pfetory, with Its busy machines, first-class shirts. Tho Trim t, itself as big as many a Garment Stock Room. yon have at least half a dozen art o to making our own minx Departmen 1 st store. The Receiving Room. Tbe Order Department, named before. The Special Uniforms Depart ment. The Delivery Department, with its Bcore of messengers. The—" V. "Hold,hold! sir,enough!" A. "I'm not half through I The Advertising Department, with Its bULandsign distributor:, editing and pabltehlnga business and popular journal, circulsitop.JIfe, 50,000 copies monthly (tell all your frldUriosend forit;. The Men s Department, witlnts many rooms. The Boys' Department. The Youths' Deportment 1 lie Children's Department, with its special entrance for ladies. The Telegraph Depurt ment The Chief Clerk's Department, with Its book-keepers and assistants. General Man ager's Department; Financier's Office, ami other offices of the firny all busy, as bets thinking, planning, executing, buying, ihr.k lng, registering, recsjkln%, sending out, selling, and in a thouaandfefiys joining their ferret to carry onabustnessVfth the people smouut lng to between 12,000,000 and IS, 000,000 an Dually." V. " S-t-n-p-e-n-d-o-u-a!" A. " Indeed It is I 1 forgot to name tho Cashier's Department, which nandles its 425,000 of retail sales on some single days I" V. "825,0001 Immense 1 That'a-what enables the house to buy cheap and selrcbeap ?" A. "Exactly! You havelxst hit It. people throng here, krimnf that wo depend on low prices and imme^^ssles." V. "What are the 'four rules' I hear so much about?" A. "Our system of business dealing—1. One price, no deviation; 2 . Cash for everything; 3. A guarantee protecting the purchaser: 4. i I10 money returned If the buyer can't otherwi-o be suited." I10 Tho V. " Nothing could be fairer." A. " Nothing. And the people see it." V. " Well, I thank you, sir, for your polite attention." A. " Not at all. It's a pleasure Call again; and be sure of the p maker A Brown's Oak HallRou ner Sixth and Market." V. "Thank you! I shall be Good morning." re you. -Wana cor to do ao. J^AJBOH EXCHANGE. Men desiring work may register their smeo with the Janitor of the Delaware In Meehaule Arts, Southwest qorner of Third aud King afreets. ODEN EVERY EVENING. Persons desiring work done will find a register of unemployed men at the above place. , Applications by postal card, apeelfyliig slnd of work, eto., will receive atfentton. Address THOMAS TURNER, Janitor, Del awn re Institute of Mechanic Arts. stltnte of S END25C,TWO, P. ROWELL A Co.,NeW York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages. 001 • talnlng lists of 3000 newspapers, and eat. * mates showing cost of advertising.