formal opening of the Centennial Ex
1 , iiniion is something like the traditional
" f) i" on Sunday morning to give the
Janie notice to be ready for church an hour
f, The difference Is that the Centennial
warnin' 1 ' bell consists In the gr andest parade
of dignitaries and people, aud exercises
that America and the rest of tl e world can
m induced to execute at the p ce of meet
Tliis has been done with great excite
. and agony, anil all have now gone
„ ml e strain, very muddy and weary, to get
ready for the Exhibition, and to give the
inhibition itself time to get ready.
To lie sure there are numbers of those ad
ralrulile people who go to church half an
hour before the time, already sitting on ex
1 , 11 , 1 , jon, in their Sunday heist, and making
oi themselves quite a respectable show, if
they were only not up to their eyes in the
rubbish nml confusion of the incorrigibly
late and unready. Of course, too, there a c
v ot people there to see them and
wri.c about them. In fact, the overstir
io-it y of the public, and enterprise of tl:e
-s lul l already wearied us with letters
on ihe Exhibition, before it bad even a par
tial existence. Wliat is the use or fun of
, 11 1 bis ! For my part I like to wait for my
pcai io ripen, rather than tonibble childish
ly at it 'mm day to day, in the green anil
until it is past ever getting to
I presume that the sensi
acrid s re,
lie a pcur at all.
1,1c class of people who read my letters, arc
olthc same mind.
Nevertheless, the people—who always, as
a sight, eclipse the greatest sights they can
■red to sec—undeniably mode the
itself a greater exhibition than will
be seen in any other form,
j. 'ual count has been exaggerated from the
true figure, ot about 100,000, to more than
double* that number, there really is not.
ilill'crcnco to poor human senses, b
tween the two ligures, as facts. At either,
the spectacle Is simply stunning, and after
s untied what more ean another
hundred thousand men do to you?
But wliat can 1 say of the occasion that,
lias not already been said and read by every
body it. almost, seems tome that Vidi's
oiriip.ii ion's gone—or suspended during the
Exhibition. I saw a great task before me.
but |o,presto! a frantically eager host, sweeps
ii away before my eyes, as the grasshoppers
s a farmer's yet succulent grain. You
don't want a summary of the important
and therefore stale and hackneyed facts,
from me: and 1 lie length of such necessary
die s » in every newspaper leaves little
Impressions, proper to a letter,
that i he journalism of the Exhibition is such
an immense thing, that it. lias got to be
lie:;vv and practical, a solid world. If you
nondize Its limitless nebula will just fill and
be lost in space.
We can chat a little here, as everybody
dors in private, over the characteristics ot
the seem —possibly hit on a point or two
not already universally spoken of. The
universal praise of the work of the mana
gers, and iis wonderful success, is not more
generous ilian just, ami if I coniine my own
lew words to criticism it is only because
that pan alone is behind hand. The main
fault was in a rigidity rule out of all pro
pin inn to tlie physical force for supporting
it. Where t here was no need of it the rule
was too rigid but where it was most wauled
it proved loo weak. For instance, it was
quire as easy a* unnecessary, to outrage
pa.lent people who had toiled lor hours to
'.lieir:urns at, the lurn stiles, by refusing
inch full and exact payments because not
siib-il i v i'leil into hall dollars, and condemn
ing i linn tn.< second and a third equally
tedious delay wiih that they had just en
dured, or ,o the alternative of paying a
if twem.y per cent, to the peripa
ic money changers.
It was also easy for the military line be
tween die Main and Machinery Hall, to
ho d that passage agaiii6t the peaceable
folk,of whom some tea thousand had con
fldhiglj paid their half-dollar at the South
cm ranees only to he penned like cattle be
tween l hose hails and the euclosuies, for
two hoi mui mortal hours, while ail they
had ionic to see was going on without
them. A grain of common sense or In
inanity somewhere would have opened i
tcinnorary passage to the general ground
forihcss iinpiisoned people, without caus
ing the slightest difficulty in again closing
and guarding it for the official procession,
but wlii'n the official procession came and
the real need of firmness at that point
bo-an, these stubborn lines were but wisps
°f s raw oelore an exei.ed crowd. The ofli—
via 1 procession was knocked Into a cocked,
h;e or rather out of its cocked bats, and bs
triumphant march wus turned into a melee
ami a rout.
Again, the most properly privileged and
riant personages were stupidly tbiUBt
hack and battled of tliclr rignis and digni
ties, because It was physically easy for a
bayoneted lout to cope with gentlemen, one
m a lime; while t housands of wilful usurp
fr* forced their way where they had no
business to lie.
The two seas of humanity that pressed
towards meeting, on either side of the cer
unoLial stand, were each restrained by a
rnpa that bulged and bent, farther and far
ther, like a dam yielding to a mightily
gravitating mass of water, and but for a
timely but accidental re-inforcemcnt from
tlie President's body-guard, the feeble force
at that critical point would have been over
whelmed, with tlie whole official body and
paraphernalia, like Pliaroli's host in tlie
Bed Sea. And this lucky success, too, was
only gained by cruel violence, which would
nor have become necessary if the strength
expanded in tyrauh.ing over harmless peo
ple wlio had been massed betimes in firm
'ifficl inertia where the pressure of excited
crowds required it.
All tills is not to censure tho manage
ment. It. i* easy, afterwards, to show
wliat might have been better. Yet it is
none the Ichs desirable to ilo so In order
that the profit of experience may be reaped.
the lighter touches and personal
The fact is
* Mlsiinderslnudlnir to be Corrected
It is requested hy General Hawley, of tlie
| oiled Stales Commission, and Mr. John
'Vi'ishof the Board of Finance, that it lie
fail'll that tlie assertion which was circula
te I very extensively that any kind af money
' v,|i ' li did not require, change to lie made
won Id 1,0 received at the gates of the Kxlii.
bltioii buildings, he corrected. Tlie report
was that if two came with a $1 bill it would
be taken, $2 for four #5 for ten, and soon,
0r ai| fihiug that, made 50 cent* in currency
would be taken. In order to settle the ques
ioii a meeting was hold yesterday aftuuoou
Oj a Committee on Conference on the part
01 both bodies in charge of the Exhibition,
M'd It was decided that for tlie present the
foie of the Board of Finance would be en
orecd, either a filly-cent note or sliver
When can a lamp be said to be in a bad
temper? When it is put out.
Our Miniaturt Pott*.
Parerts, bear In mind that you ean And
low-priced and nicely-made Children's suits
at DeWolf's, 310 Market street.
He Isn't six years old, and he said :
"Please, sister Sarah, can't 1 have another
nice piece of that custard pic you made ?"
"Why, deary, you are too full for utterance
now. Look at that lucious dumpling on
your plate not half eaten." "Oh, well, sis
ter, I know the dumpling side of my stom
ach is full, but the custard-pie side feels
rather empty yet." That other piece of pie
Orders by mail promptly attended to at
Ilyan's Centennial News Office, (107 Market
street. Anything in his line, if not already
In the store, will be procured at the shortest
A doctor went out West to practice his
profession. An old friend met him on the
street one day and asked him how he wa6
succeeding in his business. "First-rate," he
replied, "I've' had one case." "Well, and
what was that?" "It was a birth," said
the doctor. "How did you succeed with
that f" "Well, the old woman died, and
the child died; but I think 1'il save the old
Go to Seventh and Poplar for your Boots
and Shoes. Mr. Danahee is selling ills
goods very low.
An illiterate preacher in Illinois improves
upon the ordinary version of the IIolv Scrip
tures by sermonizing from the text : "First
east out the bean that is in ycr own eye, and
then you'l' know how to east out the oats
that is in liis'n. This probably rendered
the command more effectual in the agricul
J. Wesley Canary has just received a
large lot of Trunks, which will be sold less
than the cost of manufacturing them. Call
at once for a bargain at 40C Market street.
An absent-minded edilor having courted
a girl and applied to Her father, the old man
said: " Well, you want my daughter; wlial
sort of a settlement will you make ?" What
will you give her?''. Give her?" replied the
oilier, looking up vacantly; "Oh, I'll give
her a puff." " Take her," replied the
At Adair's, Fourth and King streets, yon
can have your beds rctiovated and can pur
chase cheap furniture.
A Towanda, Pa., sign reads thus : John
Smith—teacher of cowtillions and other
dances—gramar taught in the nicest, man
ner—fresh salt herrin on draft—likewise
Godfrey's cordial—rutes, sassage and other
garden iruck—N. B. A bawl on Friday nilo
—prayer meetiu chuesday also salme singin
bv the quire.
Lost time is forever lost. Absence from
school is often caused by a Cough, Cold, or
Hoarsness, and can easily be prevented try
giving Dr. Bull's cough syrup to the child
Now is the time to get mats ahd rugs,
and McBride's, 728 Market street, is the
»'l .\ AMI A
Wilmington, May 16.
GOLD ANO BONO QUOTATIONS.
Reported by Craige, Joimsor A Co., Bank
ers and Brokers, Sixth and Market r,.,.
. 112 !
i-2H's, '6.5, " .
-20's, '65. New, J. & J
)-'20'K, '67, Couoon.
il-IU's, " .
Wil. A lidg.
l.oii no 1 ..
16 V* 10%
Y. C. A Hud
N. Y. A Erie.
i'. & Wabash..
U. C. & I. c.
Phila. A Erie.
Delaware State Bonds....
vVUmtngiou Ci.y Bonds
Delaware R. R. first mtge.,.101
" •* extension.
Wilmington A Reading R. R.
Wilmington & Reading R. R.
Wilmington & Western R. H.
. 1st mortgage.
Delaware U. It. Stock.
4 Wilmington Coal Gas Co
National Bank of Delaware.500
" " Wil. & B'dywiuc.. 61^
First National Bank.
Union National Bank.
Delaware Fire Insurance
Philadelphia, May 16 1676.
112%®ll2J,j Phila A Read
h- 1881 122%iai'22%
" 6-2t)s 1865 m Vffllll%
"July 1865110 (olllt)l*
"July 1867 121 m>.\%
"July 1868 122%M23
"!illa&Erie 18 (518k
Lehigh Val 58 (aOS/
" Nav Stock 455^® 46
Catawissa R (<y
NCentral R SlVfiusis
"New5s U7'4(<j)l 179*
r'euua RR 52%® 62%
Philadelphia Trade Report.
Tuesday, May 16. 1876.
There is not much doing In any depart
ment owing to tlie unfavorable weallier,
which has partially suspended tlie receipt
in it delivery of merchandise.
Cotlou Is dull, and prices hardly main
tained. Small sales of middling upland al
12%c, aniUJull at I2>£c.
('love'seed is out ol season and nominal
at liWr) I7!<jc; Tlinoihy ta Ireld at J2 tiofiu'J 70;
and Flaxseed at 81 15.
Collee Is tess firm, with sales of 1,600 bags
Rio at [email protected]>je; Laguayraati7 ; %c; Maineil
bo at 18)40 Java at23c, all gold,
III Sugar and Molasses uochange,
Tlie Fiour market is dull, but prices are
uiielmiigi'd. Sates oi IK)0 barrels, im ic ding
is p.'teut, and other high grades al
ifis 50; sluing wheal ex.ru families at
85 37J2/<«6::ijjiic, winter wheat do, at 86.|)6 70,
and low grades at8450(a525.
Rve Flour Is held at St 75
The Whea! market is very quiet and
steady. Sina'I sales ot Pensylvaula red at
$147(«>1 18: amber at 8150(<j)l 53;aud white at
81 50# 1 60.
Rye is worth 86c. , , „„„
Corn Is in sleady demand, nnd 5,000 sold
at 02 o for yellow, anil 6!)^w6l}4 c mr mixed:
Doc for rail; also 21,.500 bushels mixed aud
white oil secret terms.
Uat*areUuUat35<93Sc for damaged and
mixed, and 42(4) 17c for white.
Whisky 1* unchanged. Small sales of
Western Iron bound at 8112.
Children*' and boys' all wool suits are
selling for 84 and 15, at the,great Boston
Clothing House, 207 Market street, Wil
Mothers buy their children's clothing at
the Boston House, 207 Market street, Wil
Everybody can have a pair of working
pants for75 conts, SI 00 SI 25, SI 50„ 8200, and
at the Boston Slothing
8251) by calling
House, 207 Mark
R. J. P. GRIFFITHS,
I,ate of Washington, D. C.,
Has removed from No. 1013 Market street
to No, 010 Tatuall street,
And is prepared to Treat all Acute us wt II
as Oh route Disease? in a scientific manner,
jyt. J. P. M A LOOM,
No. 303 Taylor Btreet.
oct. 23-1 y
826 West Street.
D R. WALES, has returned to his resl
donee Cor. Eighth and King Streets,
I DOE'S FOOD FOR INVALIDS.
Restores gray-mixed, red, light or fader,
leads of hair, beards or moustaches, to a
oeauliful browii or black, in from or t<
four jpplicatlons. It is free from suipuui
lead, acids, mercury, silver, or anything In
jurious, to either hair or beard.
IT DOES NOT FADE OR BUB OFF.
Expressed to all parts on receipt of one
dollar, or six bottles for live dollars. At the
wholesale and retail de»ot. No. 916 VINE
The value ol this article of diet tins be»'
thoroughly established in England aud ti <
Canadas over all other irepiuntiom tor Ii
fantsand Invalids. Sold by nil druggist!
in cans, 35et*., 6." eU., 31.2i end 8175
lug signature of Woolrlidi A Co
FUSKV A. WALTON.
UOWAR1) P. WALTON.
WALTON & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
OFFTCE*.'—No. S E.i :t Second Stree f , end
Fifieeum sue if 'u . \Vilminjto3,Del.
?R'CKs FOR ' .76:
o') cent.i pt v V'oe't.
5 pounds de'ly,
OJ ' •;
81.05 •' "
1.25 " " "
Varloiis quentlUoT iiom ?5 lO 1(19 pounds,
at the late of Jllpenis oev 'C ) potinos: 100 to
2t)iMi pimiin" r.,utreents oe. 1C) jounds; ) to>,
to 3 ions e l *Jl) pet ton ; oven «uat amount,
A'l aecounis to i»o cu .lx dai v or weekly
unless oL'-terw ,e agreed upon.
Having seemed a large stock of exeelleui
quality bf'ee, we me now peepmed to furn
isli our iilends at tire above rates, and vvil
guarantee ml woo may b- vm us with thel
i,ideas eii.iie sn.ts£)«tion. Careful d ivers:
regule: del ve v. n27-6m
tJ.'sKY AN u) i. C ■,
OFFICE, 400 SHIPLEY STREET.
BRANCH OFFICES-FOURTH A N 1
P.".'LAR. LUO WALNUT.
FROM OUR COATE-VILBE HOUSES,
1210 18 INCHES THICK.
Prices for 1876, commencing April 1st.
5 pouudi A ', 59 cents a week.
25 do 1.25 do
25 to too poll .ids at l tie rate of 70e. per 100.
P:9 pounds amt over at a single delivery,
bOc, per 169. Ice by the ton at lower rates.
Our Ice ispqu.il to the best In the market.
Our drivers accommodating and reliable.
PATRONIZE HOME PRODUCTION
AND HOME INTERESTS.
^HCTIC ICE COMPAMW.
No. 2 EAST SECOND STREET.
PRICES FOR 1876:
60 cents per wc«
CO do do t*
75 do ito t (
9 1 do do
21.05 do do
5 pounds daily,
8 do do
12 do do
Id do do
25 do do
25 -.o 169 pounds rtTrt cents per ijundr |)
V'O to 2.09u pounds, 09 cents per liundrei
t,o 3 ions, 810 per ion. Special rates *
larger quantities. F, 'stern ice only.
J. B. CON ROW & SOD
RAIGE, J OHN SON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
'3ixth aMahkkt 8ts„ Wilmington, Dkl'
NEW YORK AND PHIL ADEL. STOCKS
BOITGH'l * BOLD ON COMMISSION.
Every facility afforded for persons desu
lug to'deal oi invest iu Stocks, Bouds o
stantly during the day
notations received cor'
.*>(1 PRINTING OFFICE.
-) 0 (
Having just mode add) ions of newtype
and printing irmie.ia', to our Job Rooms,
we nre now prepared to do any kind o' Job
Printing with neatness and despatch; sue )
Parties ordering work (lone by
should write names distinctly so th
wilt be no difficulty in making them oul
aw Shiplpy Sire
; v r.
CLOTHING CHEAPER THAN EVER !
Men'* Buclneu Suit*,I 500; formerly S 600 | Men's Diagonal Suita. 112 00: formerly 917 00
** Black " 0 50; " 7 SO ' •• •• 18 00 « 20 00
10 00 ;
$3, $4, $5, .$6, $7 50, $8, $9 and $10.
CHILDREN S SUITS
$250. 3.50, 4, 5, 6 5o, 7, 7,5o and 85o,
It is a Positive Fact that we -have now More Clothing Ready
Made Thau Any Other Store in Wilmington!
IT IB ALSO QUITE CERTAIN THAT
THE STYLES ARE BETTER AND PRICES LOWER
Tills is well understood by the crowds of purchasers at our house.
4®*C'ome, Bee, Examine nnd if pleased with our goods A Purchase is Recommended
but no one is expected to purchase if not perfectly satisfied.
Our Rule Is ; Signed Guarantee, Casb Returned.
THE POPULAR CLOTHIER,
South east Corner of FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS, Wilmington. Del.
Wo condcnse/fcom the Lehigh Register
substance of a/onversatlon about Oak Hall, In
PhiladoMhia/iVauamakcr& Brown's " Largest
fiiso In America." A visitor and
re the speakers;
What comer is the Building on F*
Attendant. " South-East comer of Sixth and
Market Please note the SIXTH, for some
Grangers seeking Oak Hall, have been misled
by designing persons."
V. "It Is perfectly colossal I Do you know
A. " 12,000 square feet—66 on Market, and
ISO odd on Sixth, Bix stories high, has over
threo acres ok iloorijr^f, and covers space once
occupied by CLire/Suau twenty different busi
V. " Do you use steam-power?"
A. "A giant young engine furnishes power
for tho freight aud passenger elevators, and the
boilers steam lor heating, and the other opera
tions of the hou aj."
V. " Wliat order do you take with goods ?"
A. "They aro first opiated and arranged in
the basement, on long U/v counters, and taken
thence on the fMiglitAdevator to the inspec
tor's room on theTit*S floor."
V. " Js mspertmjhhe first operation ?"
A. "No, sir, measuring. The goods are first
measured in tho piece, then inspected. Tho
cloth passes over rollers in the face of a strong
light, and two men sit, one before and one
behind the goods, watching with the eye of a
hawk for the least pin-hole imperfection, and
marking every flaw, so that tho cutter may see
aud avoid it when he comes to cutthe'gar
V. " You must cmploj
A. "Come to our lilt
keep 79 hands all the till
a dozen men's work eae
V. "Do you manufacture all your own
A. " Wo do, and most carefully. Our ex
aminers inspect every stitch and seam, and
certify to every garment as extra-well made
before we put our ticket on It, and become
responsible for it."
'Your system must save you a groat
perfect system 9 od rules of seif-mensuremeu'
please people 2,000 mile
perfectly as if they were kero in
V. " I suppose you have at least half a dozen
different departments ?''
A. "My dear sir I we have more than twenty
each charged with its own business, and cac'i
thoroughly organized, a necessary wheel with
In the great wheel."
V. "will you name a dozen or so cf them r
A. "With pleasure. The Custom Depart
ment, for thosewpo prefer custom-macro f
<6 Furnishing Depertnxii!
se stock of all underwent
ry, with its busy machine.'
first-class shirts. Tho Trim
with Its lRmgn
The Shirt Ififcto
making our own
ming Department, Itself asbig ns many a nciru
lar store. The Garment Stock Room. Thi
Receiving Room. The Order Department
named before. The Special Uniforms Depart
ment. Tho Delivery Department, with iL
sepre of messengers. The—''
V. " Hold, hold I str, enough I"
A. "I'm not half through! The Advertising
Department, with 1 ts bilLsnd sign distributor
editing and publishing business and pc,pub:
journal, circulaifce,«fee, 60,000cop,esmun:lii'
(tell all your friaMrTosend for it). The Men'
Department, witlnts many rooms. Tiie Boy:
Department. The Youths' Department. 'J 1
Children's Department, with its rpci:,
entrance for ladies. The Telegraph Depart
ment. The Chief Clerk's Department, uni
its book-keepers and assistants. General Mur
ager's Department; Financier's efike
other ofiflecs of the firm/ail busy as Dei
thinking, planning, exe/uting. bujing, nml.
ing,registering, recawiog,sending out, sclln
aud in a thonsand*/lys joining their frr<.
to carry on abusinessVith the people ana um
lng to between 92,000;000 ami |8,tGu,ooo ai.
A. "Indeed it is I I forgot to name tl i
Cashier's Department, which handle:; its JKi.Ob
of retail sales on some single days |"
V. "825,000! Immense I That's .what enable
the house to buy cheap and selJrehcapY"
A. "ExactlyI You have jjCst hit it. T),
people throng here, kn®vimf lhat vve depcin
on low prices and immeSJ^Krales."
V. "What aro the ' four holes ' Ilicar ;•
A. "Our system of business dealing—1. On
price, no deviation; 2. Cash for everything ;
A guarantee protecting tho purchaser: 4.51,.
money returned if tho buyer tan t oiherwi:
V. " Nothing could be fairer."
A. " Nothing. Aiid the peoplo see it."
V. " Well, I thank you, sir, for your polii
A. " Net at all. It's a pleasure to serve vri
Call again; and be Bure of Urn plaZe—\t urn
maker & Brown's Oak Halligiiotith-East coi
ner Sixth and Market."
V. "Thank you I I shall be
i flood and see 1 We
e cyting up the cloth
too machines that do
ret a stroke."
A. " In every direction, sir. It is
Hid economy we practice all
that enables us to put our p:
peoplo as we do."
V. " After inspecting the work, what becomes
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 fail, upon
V. " You must have 80 or 40 salesmen r
A. "Why sir, on busy days you may/see 100
in the various rooms and suites o
soiling to the throngs of custom
V. " Do you do on order bu*erf by mail
and express ?'' Mr
A. "Very great All over the country. Our
e way through,
Isjrown to the
ippy to do ao
YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION
IS INVITED TO OUR
LARGE STOCK OE
OF HOME MANUFACTURE,
Which in Quality, in Extent, and Variety 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 o.' everything i'or furnishing a
house complete, from the finest to the
plainest grades, comprising
CHAMBER, PARLOR, LIBRARY, LINING ROOM AND
Mantle and Pier Classes
MADE TO ORDER.
LARGE STOCK MIRRORS ALWAYS ON HAND.
MATTRASSES OF ALL GRADES ON HAND AND MADE
LARGE LINE OF WARDROBES, DESKS, BOOK-CASES,
Jobbiug done on short notice.
We invite a call.**®j[
H "»i. Ferris 4' Co.,
(successors to the Enterprise Mr nrtheturing Co.;
990 Market 9 f., W*Umington, Del,
QHBAPi. CHEAP it CHEAP III
M. J. STANTON,
DRY GOODS, AND TRIMMINGS,
ELEVENTH, ABOVE WALNUT ST
The attention of the Wilmington pub
lic is called to the large stock of Dry Hood*
1* kept censtantly
on hand. All goods sold
The demand for our
C IBINEf SHIRT
Increases a* it* merit* become known.
They are selling rapidly. It is a handsome
article. Fine Linen I',os m and Buperlor
Muslin Body, it Is better constructed than
a ready -made shirt eve was.
WE GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT.
Price On® Dollar and a Quarter, and
the shirt Is all completed and ready to put
on. Please call and try ore.
W. B. ( OLE,
No. 202 Market Street,
WYATT & GARRETT'S
READY FOR USE.
003 MARKET STREET.
~A whole tongue prepared In Jelly, put up
in four pound cans, at about the priee of
he raw si ticle.
I 'AVIS' DIAMOND HAM*.
D > VIS' DIAMOND TtACON,
GARDNER AND SH I PP'B "PINEAPPLE'*
MAPLE SUGAR, (genuine),
MAPLE *YRUP. (pure).
Canned Goods aad Dried Fruits of every
T. P. ALLMOND.
Eighth and Market Sts.
SLilts Nos. 47, 48 nnd 49 Third Street Mai*
Having made arrangements to receive
regular shipments oi butter (rom the Wesi ,
lie will eimstantly liave at his stalls a larg I
-upnlv of Prime Print, Roll and Tub Butte i
t very iow prices.
New Turkey Prunes!
8 Cents Per Pound.
GRAY & RRO.,
SECOND AND KING STREETS.
a WT Wi'l lie offciedat
Sis® 1 lie mosi i casSh
ICKji able prices dur
- A, .Second-liand
Pin nos and Or
gans taken In ex
— ones, at
ROBELEN A BRO.,
No. 710 Market Street*
A DECIDED ADVANCE.
. Ins. Fair.
Judges' Report. A
of ev«?ry machine. J
[Medallion In hu«t>
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
Awarded the grand "Gold Medal of Pro
eri ss' oftlie American Instllute. Novem
ber 1875. and the "Scott, Begiey Medal," Of
llie Franklin Instllute, October 18 5,
No other Sewing Machine in the world
or any other of the characteristic features
of tins machine.
correspondence and investigation in
WILCOX & GIBBS,8. U. Co.
668 Broadway, New York.
(Comer Bond Btreet).
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