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n»n the autumn winds go welling Through brencuee yellow and brown, men the gray sad light te fatting, A D d the day la going down the desolate evening slug f »iove that bloomed in the e«rly spring, n d which no heart had for gathering. »nd my lover d ° dw » u a P arl - We twain may never be one re shall never stand heart to heart, i Tbe what can be said or done, winds, and waters, and song birds sing - a love that bloomed In the early spring, oil which no heart had lor gathering? hen day Is over and night descends, And dank mists circle and rise, *11 asleep and slumber befriends, For I dream of prll skies, it 1 wake to hear the silence sing : * love that bloomed in the early spring, ed which no heart had for gathering, the dawn comes In with wind and rsln, ,nd birds swake in the eaves, d rain drops smite the window pane, ,nd drench the eddying leaves— ear the voice of the daybreak sing i love tbat bloomed In the early spring, d which no heart had forgathering. bear 'ken ien Etta's Hidden Wrongs. ■ PART I. ■ Montgomery Curtis was accounted a ■cky fellow when it became known thai Be and Eita Pierce were engaged to bi Harried. Tbat young Curtis loved Etta ■aa a fact as apparent as the shining of the ■idsummer sun; and while many laughed K his ingeniousness about the affair, EttaV Kaises became qnalified by the wish that Ee would only be a little more open. A Kant of outspokenness was Etta's chiet Knit, and although she was dimly conscious M the failing, her efforts toward its effacing were of so desultory a character that it lery often led her a blindfold dance, and Lbjected her to no little unhappiness. J A mutual friend of two, Ellen Gibbon ly name, having come from the village Irhere Montgomery was born, to be a book leeper in the firm where he was now em lloped, he was tempted out of sheer fun t< lease his betrothed, by often alieding to hir Ihildhood's companion in terms of praise I Miss Gibbdh had been about a week in Iheconniing-room, wheu Montgomery said, usually, as he and Etta sat together in the Irening: [ ' You cannot think what a change there Is in the counting-room since Ellen came." [ "Indeedl" Eita looked up pleasantly. "Yes; she proves to be such a lively, [witty girl, and yet so ladylike, that all the clerks are in love with her." "I always considered Nelly quite aimia ble," said Etta, more quietly. "'Amiable' hardly expresses all her fas cinating powers," said Montgomery; "lor none of us imagined that hours could pass bo quickly as they have done since she came among us.." There was a wicked twinkle in the young tan's eyes, as waiting in vain lor some [comment on this last eulogy, he said: "You dou't answer me, Etta. "I have no answer to give," returned the girl, cold ly. "Jealous?" he queried. "Oh, dea, no!" said Etta, proudly. "Whyshonld I be jealous?" Why, indeed? Was not Ellen all that lie lmd called her? Yet Etia felt very piserable as she went to bed that night, wished that she had openly expressed til that had been in her thoughts against per lover. But, no! She thoucht he fhoald never say that she was jealou, as he pndoubiedly would if she spoke her mind, po silently nursing her wrong till it grew [to giant proportions, Etta at their ne.'t meeting greeted her lover with a constrain ed manner, bordering on discourtesy. "Why, what's the matter, Etta?" was his first question. "Nothing,"—trying to look unconcerned. "Are you ill?" "Not exactly: only a headach,"—conve nient cloak for every ill humor! Montgomery tried to say something pleasant, but being answered iu monosylla bles he soon began to find the lime dull, ami said, in about half an hour: "I had an invitation to a party this even ing, Eita, and gave it up, because 1 would rather pass the lime inyour company alone; but as you are so sick I think I had better go, and then you can retire early. You don't object to my going, do you?" Objeei? Oh, no! Etta would not think of such a thing. 80 he went, and the silly girl bad a headache in earnest that night. ^'extday, as Eita was passing along a j narrow business street, she was Bligntly [ startled by seeing Ellen Gibbon standing in a narrow alley-way, talking to a man 'hose showy dress and extravigant display i'f jewelry betokened him a sport of the fire water. Etta had only an instantaneous glance at the couple, for Miss Gibbon sooner s H eyes on her than she and her companion parted, as with a previous demanding, .tnd while the sportive gentle man lounged o 5 ; the girl came toward Etta 'Kin great effusion and greeting. "Why, Etta! My dearest bosom friend! How pale you are! Are you well?" "Qnite well, thank yuu," coldly. "Mo one would think it, then, for you 3|, e looking miserable. I expected to see ?°u at the party last night, hut hid your •cen all to myself instead. We danced together all night, and said lots of non sense to each other, and I told him that when he married I hoped lie wuld get a merry and light-hearted as him se ll, and he laughed, lie's so pleasant! II * a y anything to him, you know; I was al ways lug confident at home. He told me that the firm where we are employed about to make him cashier; but don t IjI him know that 1 said anything about it, for he tolJ my j u Btr i c t confidence Etta grew red 10 the tips of her pretty cars, amt vestured a sickly smile, winch died away very suddenly as her glib com* petitan rattled on. T 'And by the by, dear, if I were you w ould not let my beau be running around everywhere without me. for it seems like a *>« of insult m one, "hough l know you to he hrge from jealous feelings; hut people willj n nil no un wil'e tts are J) talk and gay Ill-natured things if the least chance is given them, as they did at the party last night. I'd have a fuss with him a caul it, weie I you." "A fussl" Etta raised her brrid-crowned head like a little queen. "I never bare fusses with my friends. Mr. Curtis is free logo and come whenever and with whom he pleases. It makes no difference to me, and would no', were I already his wife." Well, you're a cool little boddy!" com mented Ellen; ''but just tell me this: did Montgomery let you know that his invita tion to the party included that of his lady also?" Etta would not have made a negative re ply at that moment for millions of money. So instead of answering at all, she fixed her eyes on an expensive chain that her companion wore, and borrowing a little m that lady's double dealing, remarked < n it beauty, together with the fact that she bad never seen it before. Ellen Gibbon was sufficiently answered; yet adept as she was at deceiving, she red dened slightly herself as she explained that the chain had been given her by a friend. They hade each other good-bve with this; and MiSR Gibbon, hastenning back to the office, just gave one exultant laugh ovei Etta's annoyance, and then dismissed the subject from her mind. Ktta went honn, uncommunicative and decidedly cros tliough her youthful love of the romtntii would not permit her to recognize the lac, and in this state held a council with he' disorderly thoughts. "Tell him all »b >ut it as haughtily as you can, and let him go his way," said angry pride; and Etta in imagination beheld herself in the charac ter of a dignified maiden, dismissing a rec reant lover, who had richly earned her stinging repremand. Wonder questioned: "How will he take it?" and romantic Ego tism answered: "Wi h blanched cheek and quivering lip, yet with princely bearing" -How will you lecl after that?" questioned staunch Commonsense. "Oh, wretched! wretched" meaned poor Etta, suddenly breaking up the conference with a good had cry. Now, when a woman gets to that point, the bubble is burst, and the storm exhausts itself in refreshing the moral atmosphere. Happy the woman that under overwhelm ing sorrow can weed—,iot in hard, choking sobs, which rend, instead of healing tht soul, but in a plenteous rain of tears can weep away her own weakness, and then arise refreshed, to do battle with her trials. The woman that never weaps is as much to be dreaded as the ever-ready "sniveller. Etta began to ask herself what her lover had really done to merit such bitter feel ings as .he had entertained against him, and she found herself hard pressed to make out a case. He had certainly withheld her invisation to the party, made another his confident iu the cashier business, and enjoy ed himself with that other while she was sick. Ah, that was a lump to slick in the throat! Yet what good would she do by objecting to that aci? It was over now, and quarrelling about it might estrange them forever, whUh picture so overwhelm ed poor Etta that she was threatened with a renewal of the former storm. So the quiet girl made up her mind to let it all pass by without any outward demonstration on her part, though deep in her heart the sepai ate complaints rankled discordantly, needinw'only some uew grievance to bring them to light. Etta did not recognize this fact, never having thoroughly sludid her own nature, but was persuaded that she was doing something rather noble in avoiding any ou,spoken explanation with her lover when he should come that evening. But he did not come. Instead, he sent a note by a boy, stating that he had been re quested to remain in the counting-room that evening, in company witli Miss Gib bon, whom business had detained; hut that he would pall some other time. The letter was cool and business-like, evidemly scrib bled in a hurry, and meant so Etta im pulsively concluded—to let her see how in consequential Hhe was to him. She told the boy to wait a minute, and sitting down at her desk, rapidly scribbled off a note, to the effect that Mr. Curtis might call when he pleased, but never again with the hope of finding her-at home—that she wished him no ill—had no explanation to make, etc., and bade him adieu after the most approved style of nonsensical young ladies. ^ ew y or ]j Herald Is now served at three cents a cents a copy—a reduction of 0fle (. ent , , , , A large number of cotton seed oil facto fie. are beta' erected In Georgia, Alabama, t*nd Mississippi, ever [to be concluded.] Ifotee From the Centennial. Gov. Hayes, ef Ohio, arrived »t the Cen tennial grounds, on Wednesday, and with bis party of friends was rect lved by Direc tor General Gosborn. He was given a re ception yesterday. Mr. G. W. Dietz, ofNew Albany.Indlana, who stated that he was In his 78 h yesr, and that he had walked 10 the Centennial, all the way from home, a distance of 84U miles, arrived at, the grouupsyesterday. The old yen' leman, who looked hale aud vigor ous, despite bis long walk, claimed to have made the journey In thlriy days. Canada makes a very creditable display In the carriage aunex. The admissions yesterday, as reported from the turnstiles, were at 60 cents, 106,291; at balf-fee, 048. Governor Hart ranft and the Members of the Pennsylvania State Centennial Board in attendance at the Pennsylvania Siate building yesterday to participate in the reception of the visit ing Commercial Exchanges aud representatives of business communities of other cities. Yesterday was Merchants day at the Cen tennial. In addition to the Commercial Exchange, Board of Brokers, Drug Ex change, Grocers' hxchauge, and Maritime Exchange, of Philadelphia, there also at tended the Commercial Exchange, Cotton Exchange, the Produce Exchange and the Board of Brokers of New York city, and delegations fr m Baltimore,Boston,Butfalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Milwaukee aud other cities. Mayor Stokeley has received a letter announcing that St. Georges House, In Fair mount Park, the property now oftheBriilsh Government, will be presented to the *lty of Philadelphia after the Centennial. were r INABC 1 AI.. Wiu [*OTo», OCtOt* > 26 SOLD AND BOHil QUOiAT OKB. ReportedbyCralge,Johnson atOo.,;.. ,a srs and Broken, Sixth and Market SU. BID. A8KKD. m% Gold. 1881's Coupon t-20'8, '82, " 5-20's, '64, " . 5-20's, 'Si, " . .-20's,'86, New, J.4J. i-20's, '87, Coupon...... >-20's, '68, ,r _ 0-40's, •• ....... Currency, 8's..._—....... Sewffs of '*1... Wll. ds Rdg. ...... 1 * 1167-a j . called. . called. 11*M 11 . 11 : 118 .IK 11 118S 1.8 116 11 124^ 124 mx 88 ao •TOOK QUOTATIONS. 109% 1 iold .. 1. Y. C. A Hud. 4. Y. A Brie.... .ake Shore. Sorth Western lot >"4 fi ll U 61 k bl Prefi 61% 62 10l» -tuck Island...— Ihio A Miss...... ^aelllcMall_ Western Union 4t. Paul. 1-2 B id 24% i . 7.: B 78 271 27 " Pref..... !'. A Wabash... Union Paoiflo. 'enna.. 67 6 62 82k a 4S 4S 24,\ 497. 81k tending....—.. ^hlgb Valley...—.. .ehlgb Nav.. . ill Creek.... entral Trans.....—.. »hila. A Erie. festonvllle—..'.. New Jersey Central.. Del., Lack. A Weeiern. Michigan Cen'ral.. Market steady. WILMINGTON QUOTATIONS V 14 14% 2 > 26% 8-y. M 50% % 102% 106 Delaware State Bonds Vllmington City Bonds. •elaware B. B. first mtge.,. " " extension. Vllmington A Reading B. B. 1st mortgage. Wilmington A Beading B. B. 2d mortgage.... Wilmington A Western B. B. 1st mortgage. Delaware R. B. Stock. Wilmington Coal Gas Co. JationaT Bank of Delaware. '* '* WU. A B'dywine.. 61% 108 106 101% 102 j. 99 10) 30 4" 2 6 18 20 26 24 90 88 606 500 160 'lrst National Bank. Inion National Bank. • armer's Bank. •elaware Fire Insnranoe 145 48 42 42 28 24 PHILADELPHIA MARKET*. ateck Market. Philadelphia, Ootober 26, 1876. i09%@109% Pittsbuig, Tl 11 ryM tusvilleand iia%0 "July I865112%'<yll2%Catlwissa il%@sales • July 1867 lln%^ll5% " luiy 1868 116%@ "10-408 111% "New 5s ll^asales 20 Relchsm 'lty6sNewll2 @) iold 0 8- 1881 ' 6-2081866 9% Buffalo R B GOLD VALUE. Eng Sov 484®488 " Hllver 48c@485 U. Cos.ofN.J, '36@ Snaroners 630@535 Penna B. B. 47%f47% Prus thal'rs 68@70 PhllaABead Roubles,Gold 7uffi7o RE, °hllaAErlel4%<ai4% Lehigh Va 47 @47% Nav 8tock31%(S)32% Hestonvl.le25%@ 26% PtallaaelpniR Trade Report Thursday,; October 26. Cotton—The spinners are purchasing only to a limited extent at 11c for Ml-'dllng Up land, and ll%c for New Orleans. Coffee—the market Is Arm, but transac tions are restricted to the present needs of ' be trade, t- ales of 400 bags Klo at 26@18%c; 86 bags of Santos at 17%c, and 850 bags Java at 22fe)23%c. Sugar—In sympathy with the New York market prices have advanced %e closing 9%@9%c for lair and good refining Cuba, but In the absence of offerings no sales are reported. Refined sugars are active and firm at ll%c for cut loaf, ll%c for crushed and powdered, ll%e for granulated and 1( cloverseed is in steadvdemand at 10%all. Timothy Is held with more firmness, and may be quoied at $l,90a2,and flaxseedattl.40 al.42 per bushel. The demand for flour Is light, and prices rule In lavor of buyers. Males of 1,600 barrer. Western superfine at 83 25; Pennsyl vania do. do, 84 75; Minnesota Extra FamLy at *0 25; Indiana new wheat at 6 50; patent medium, *7 60, and choice at •8 50; Illinois fair at 35 75; Ohio at 86, choice at at 86 75. Rye Flour Is held at 81 50%a4 62%. In Coro Meal no change: 500 barrels Bran dy wine sold on secret terms. M"lass's is dull, but prices are unenang rtd. We quote 60 test Cuba at 82a83c; 605 h ogsheads sold at 30c. flat a basis of ab. ut 34c. for 50 test Wheat ol choice grades of Red and Am ber are in demand Tn lull figures, hut other ituda are dull. Sales of4,000bushels, Includ ing Pennsylvania Red,at 81 25: Western do., poor and good, at *110@l 2-'; Southern Amber at *1 2e@ 127; Pennsylvanle do. at 51 26 and Michigan White at «1 80; prlcesof Spring are nominal - Ohio at 81 19; Jersey, Delaware and Amber prime at 81 30al 32! Ini'iana. good and prlmeutSl 84al 3o; and Michigan WhiteatSl 30al 35. Oats of choice grades are scarce and wanted ot full figures Sales ofSOOObush els - Western white, good and choice, at 7a43c; Ohio llg t weight at 81a36c Western white, old choice at 48e, md do stained at 33 Whisky is firm at *1 14 for Western Don-bound barrels, with sales of 50 bar rels PROFESSIONAL. yyALl'sK CUMMINS, ATTORNKY AT I AW. Offtok:—N o 51i King street, next door to it,a p„«t niAiw' Wilmington Del "licit *m divorces saiias State for lncom p* tabl fy,4c. Residence not material. F e after decree. Addre-a G. R - -<tMa. 57 Ash'and Plonk. Ohlnngn HI_ JUbT received. Another ca - e of those celebrated BLACK ALPACAS, which we will continue to sell at the very low orlce of T W ENTY-KIVE CENTS. SUPER t QUALITY BLACK CASH MERES FROM 76 CENTS TO *1.50. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS In great variety from 7t«*sti to e3.t)0. An eleganta-soriment.of BEST GOODS AT LOW PRICES. P. CAMPBELL, SIO MARKET «T lel2-8 TURKISH, PERSIAN AND OTHER BATHS, 23 SOUTH TENTH STREET PHILADELPHIA. K. A. ELVINA, Proprietor. Corns anslJBtsnione re m oved without pain »-6m MEDICAL. E. *'• kUNKILV 11, i j ikh. WlmE OF IRON. The great success and delight o' the peo f ile. In fact, nothing of the kind baa ever >een offered to the Am-rioan peop'e which has so quickly found Its way futo tuelr Lood favor and heartv approval as K F. Ku* xel'b Bitter Wink of Iron. It does all It proposes, and thus gives universal satisfaction. It Is guaranteed to ours 'the worn ease of dyspepsia or Indigestion, kid ney or liver uisea«e. weakness,nervousness, const'patl,>n, acidity o; the stomach, tfcc. Get the geuulue. Only sold In $1 bottles. Depot, and Office 59 North Nluihnt.,PbU* d-lphia Ask for bunkers, and take no other. Bold b aildruggst. DYSPEPSIA. DYSPEPSIA. DYSPEPSIA B. F. Runs k's Bi ter Wine or Iron a sure cure for ibts disease, it has oren nrescribed dallv lor u.aDy years In the ;>ra t ce of eminent phyalcians with un paralleled success. Symptoms are Iosb of ppellie wind sod rising of fo-d, dryness In oulh, headache.dizziness sleeplessness and Ion spirit* Get the genuine, fjoisold >n bulk, only In 81 bottles. 269 North Ninth et., Hhi ftrleiphla, Pa. ! ol 1 by all d'Ugklsts. 'skf r K F Kuokei's Bitter Wine oflron and take no other. TAPE WORM. Entirely removed with purely vegetable inedldi e. pas-ins from the system to fee until the head passes. Come iel to the patients treated. Da. E. F. KUN K-L, No. 269 North Ninth Street. Philadel phia. \dvlce free. Seat, Pin and stomach Worms also removed. Ask your druggist lor Kunkkj's Worm Syrup. Price tl per bottle. Hend for circular. a ive and re S' ) li m Easily rtlzested by dvspept'c and weak stomachs, nd a'the ssine time contain ing ft ''hat Is necessary to nourish every part of tb. human body Aftor being thor oughly tested by sentlenneu of high reput - ilo In ' oe medical profession. It was pro nnunced superior to anv other preparation. f .!7-9nn WOOLBIUH <t DO.. M'l'rs. UNKEL'B MAGIC K HAIR RESTORER, gray-mixed, red, light or faded hair, beards or moustaches, to a •lestores •leads of •leautiful brown or b'ack, In from one to •rmr appl leal Ions. It Is dree from sulphur, •ead, acids, mercury, silver, or anything in lariouato et her hair or beaid. tT DOES NOT FADE OR RUB OFF. Expressed to all parts 01 . reeelptof one tollar. or six bottles for five dollars. At tht wholesale and retail 'THEFT 1"' If » t'S depot. No, 916 VINF ■1 PHT 4 8 «c 24 r-S-lf B. J P MAJ.COM D No! 303 Taylor Htreet. •nl Rt» O K. WALES, has return'd to his res depoe Cor. Eighth and King Streets s" '.tx.l* BOOTS fife SHOES. BOOTS & SHOES OF ALL MAKES AND STYLES SOLD BY JOHN & BABCOCK, BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM, 8. W. COB. SECOND AND MARKET, Wilmington, Del. aug2H ti HEAP SHOE STORE. Having fitted np my shoe store, No. 611 Fast Sixth street, and laid In a larger stock than ever befo.e I am ready to supply the people In the eastern portion of the city with all kinds of boots and shoes, for ladies, gentlemen and children, at prices far below those heretofore charted. Ele gant work made to order, and mending promptly attended to rasrl4-ly c JAMES KANE. MARKET STALLS. MESSICK'S STALL, THIRD ST. MARKET HOUSE, has always on band a flae lot of butter of all grades. c. ROLL, GOSHEN, AND BRADFORD COUNTY BUTTER, at the wholesale and retail prices. octl0-8m yyAMHiNtttON market. Southeast Corner EIGHTH AND BENNETT STREETS. All kinds of FRESH AND SALT MEATS, GREEN GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES. The cheapest place in the city te buy Ort4-3l tiUlJGATlONAIa. V ILLANOVA COLLEGE,DELAWARE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. This Institution, chartered with Univer sity Privileges, Is under the charge of the Augustlnian Fathers, and offers superior advantage- to students, who desire to make a thorough Classical, Scientific or Commer cial course. It is Ituated ou the Pennsyl vania Central Railroad, oleven miles trom Philadelphia. Railroad Station and Post Office on 1 he ('ol lege groun , s. T rms: Per session offlve months, (In ad vance,) *150. For lull part iculars, send for a catalogue, Very Rev. T. GALBREY, President. dec.l-lyr. T JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, s CHESTNUT HILL, PHILADELPHIA, Under the oare ot the Sister* of 8t. Joseph The course or instruction include* all the brancheeof a useful and Christian educa tion. Annual pension for Board and Tuition (2U0. For lhrther particular*, address, ■•pi-iy motheb:mabx job* The Main Buildings OF PHILADELPHIA. 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The. large WanamakePs Warehouses aml v lve Wanamakeb's Warehouses volume of business Wanamaker s Warehouses outside of any busi Wanamakeb's Warehouses allows the smallest WanamakePs Warehouses , Wanamakeb's Warehouses kind of profits, so WanamakePs Waretiouses at uu ' Wanamakeb's Wabehouses that goods are no- WanamakePs Warehouses without nag. Wanamakeb's Warehouses where cheaper and WanamnkeP: Warehouses ' . t Wanamakeb's Wabehouses seldom so cheap WanamakePs Waretiouses uur •" Wanamakeb's Wabehouses elsewhere. Wauumuker's Warolioascs Thirteenth and Wanamakeb's Warehouses Ah odd feature of WanamakePs Warehouses . . . ■Wanamakeb's Warehouses the business U to in - WanamakePs Warehouses aarse. nos p.emg Wanamakeb's Warehouses vtte and Insist rm Wananiaker's Warehouses of room, and uie are Wanamakeb's Warehouses Customers return- WanamakePs Warehouses . Wanamakeb's Warehouses ing goods and tak- Wananiaker's Warehouses vang in me Wanamakeb's Wabehouses ing back the money WauamskePs Warehouses morning and late Wanamakeb's Warehouses if they arcnot satis- WanamakePs Warehouses Wanamakeb's Wabehouses sed. WanamakePs Warehouses It th* evening. College,and various over sec We have hundreds with cheerfulness own. Visitors Welcome! Wanamakeb's Warehouses Thirteenth an d Wanamaker'p Warehouses Sincerely desiring Wanamakeb's Warehouses Market and Slafh Wanamaker s Warehouses . Wanamakeb's Warehouses and Market ar e Wanamaker's Warehouses to serve the people Wanamakeb's Warehouses well worth vtMtng, WanamakePs Warehouses j n every way, Wanamakeb's Warehouses and Mr . Wana- WanamakePs Warehouses WaSamakeb's Warehouses maker aetures a WauumakePs Warehouses JOHN Wanamakeb's Wabehouses welcome to visitors, Wanamaker s arehouses WANAMAfTFlt Wanamakeb's Wabehouses whether they cart to WanamakePs Warehouses WAMAMAKEK. Wanamakeb's Wabehouses buy or not. Wanamaker s Warehouses CALL AT ONCE And be convinced that we are selling the cheapest line of d bess goods, shawls and blankets, and caksimkreb fob men and BOYS' WEAR, NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS OF ANY PLACE IN THE CITY. FXAMINE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. N. B. Quick sales and small profits is oar motto. K. rCLLHCIHEB, No. 116 Market street, Wllmtngtoc, Del. eept 28 - 3 m ENGLISH, BRUSSELS, THREE PLY AND INGRAIN; ALSO, STAIR CARPETS, VEL VET RUGS, CRUMB CLOTHS. OIL CLOTHS, Eto., Very Cheap at the Old Place, 112 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK. Carpets carefully packed and sent to any part of the United State* Dree of charge. [aug'.Wl J. A B END ALL. -WSEND FOR PRICE LIST.-** CLO THING, fitc. THE OUTLOOK ! Owing to the Universal Stringency of dall limes for the last few seasons the people generally have practiced Economy in their Purchases. Peo ple must have New Clothing. In an ticipation of this we have laid lu an unusually Large Stock, and In pur chasing kept an eye to the main chance, namely, BUY CHEAP, for we know that we must sell cheap to suit the people, and we can do It and will do It. Visitors always weloome. NATHAN LIEBERMAN, LEADING CLOTHIER, S, E. Corner Fifth and Market St*., WILMINGTON, DEL. Onr Business Rules; Signed Guarantee, Cash returned. E IANOS AND ORGANS New and second band, at all jjrices 10 a large stock of COVERS and BTuOLS AT ROBLEN * BROTHER, 710 MARKET STRF1CT. S END25c,T®G,P.ROWELL * Co.,New York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, con taining fiat* of, MOO newspapers, and Mil mateMhowlBg *P*t trfadYWUMng. WINES fib LKirOBA. N STORE THE FOLLOWING IMS WHISKIES: Hannlsvllle Pure Rye, 1873. A. Overholt A Oe.'t Pure Rye. 1871-71-73, Hyatt « Clark 'b (Sherwood) Pure RyeJS7> w. A W. (1XL) Rye and Malt, 1866. Having sture,! the above Whiskies prlet to> the Increase of tax, they will b* Mi vlthout anr -dvance In price. FRANCIS KELLY. No. 108 Market St. 1 nr W-t.f •> ttkfiLJsiLTJONi O or OLD RYF WHISKIES ARE UNSUR PASSED. V. e have In stock: 4OOHE'S last, isao. rtHEKWOOD, .868, 1864. DOUGHERTY. 1869, HANNIBVILLE, 1873 JOHNSON A SON. (BOURBON) 18(8. Champagnes, Sherries and daced price*. Aagis-tf-) P. PLUNKETT A OO.. ton Market Street, J OHN F. BETZ, Gaul's Brewery, PORTER, ALE, BROWN STOUT, Brewer and dealer tn BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS, or Callnwbill and New Market Btreotl Philadelphia. Pa. HARDWIRE. N RECEIPT OF FOUR DOLLARS We will send to any address A FULL NICKEL-PLATED Seven Shot Revolver, 0 AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES. JAMES A BROTHER, 204 Market, Htreet, Wilmington, Del. MELCHIOR, 214 KING STREET, • manufacturer and Importer of SHOT GUNS, N RIFLES, PISTOLS, Pemmlugton aud other BreechgLoadlng Guns. A munition of nil at lue lowest prices. Repali Ini" at ti.■ snorted notice. nda always on hand 214 KING STREET. H(-ptl»m AIR EMPORIUM. 621 Market Street. Human Haik Work In All it* branches- muhlngs ruted and glowed • qual to fine hair. Ladles rend gentlemen'* wigs a specialty. Ladles and children'* hair cutting - All ordw* promptly attended to.hv "Jyl7,eod-3m H F. JOHNSON. 1621 Market street.