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MR GOVERNOR
X< 5 H|rW. HALL
FOR OONflREW
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JAC OB BUTZ.
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FOR REPRESENTATIVES.
June* ^vWajnvoi;Wilmington.
Dr.^wMW»,Cttm»dier, of Mill Creel?.
William Dean, of WhBft^lcr tlreeki
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I. Wilkin
Jokn Doran, of Christiana.
Gil«a'Latob*on, of NeW Castle.
Bdw« R- Coctn-aa, of St. Georges. :• r
William E. Riggs, tir., Of Blackbird.^;,
FOR LEVY, COURTS COMMISSIONEK8.
William R. Bright, of Bed Lion.
WilliamPilk, of Bt. Geotite's.
WilliamR. Morrison,cfMill Creek.
William L. Wier, of White Cl*y Graek!
James J, Taylor, of AppWttiaimink.
Heory ft. ; \V«U*) of Blackbird.' n
i.qoiq a—[jf ■HilWf Eli Jl hkJ 00 '
la pooh*n«4 evewy morning, (Sunday e»
MpbedtAPffdBiJvered l^i th^cl^r »^W(l»
«ob «.crlB tjoPf- ^oaiage e ftda, < toree hqUa
P * , «EO.O l ®n»i * Co., Publi-hers.
-,'s-sflf q No 409 Shipley street, -
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Noryja* TO HD«*QIURWa<~ntofee of opr
talnrUMin whowblndeRgjfctotbAMOWi*
in* HERALD, will oblige by an wly re
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"'W«**'»*'«*"*' W *
WyMi Selehitfio aohj
ci.lywM«w«kw, Dr. W*Uer-Kem>
ster, • profoami Mudent #f meofal
in to th. manner in, wbick
th*min4.of lh«eLiMtenare ^
Ike oemfiiOn method of tuO^g. ,J) r
Kempetar * aambrinlendeat often insaBe
ksyfoS^Ktoted Wb time 8hd at
tea|i5n to the study of mantal diaordera;
and kiiopirHons are worthy of careful con.
wiU4eeiiacU«d tMiepnto what h. a*,
•erts, for the irraiional method of
the mindlf oflhe'cliildfen', in cemmon use
and the negleet of physical culUire.arb
generally candemne-1. - ' - '
School diree: ors now admit tie injury
to the evee' and the general heaUh -of
scholars from stnffirg their memory with'
book'lessons, and some efforts are made to
iiUrodjuce orai teacliing, but not much pro
grees has been made in tbe effort 6 ta effect
• reform. If additional incentive -were
needed, i( ehonld be fonad in tbe charge
now made against the unnatural attempt
t i fill thie m tnda of yonng penons with the
leaeena. of the text books: An ondhe
amonqt ef ktontal exertion must be ujor-r
iocs, aod where it taxes wily the -memory
without proper control of the- nobler fifoy
nltim, (heiepet refleetion should satisfy lira:
telUgent edeMatom of ite hnrtfal effects. J ,
Jkctof health of glrla is espeoial
ly aotioeeUe. ineemexrf the schools the
more adraneed sebolars bav to begin tbCir
•tn^eei^ai early |<mr„ andt: wilt kief
Intervals, spend the day and evening in (he
tirraome work. A morbid eondition of
mind and bedy is an inevitable consaqeence.
Theirataha of edneation should be to
promote physical health, for withont th
there cam be mo healthy developement of
the mind. The next aim shotdd he to ex.
erciee and train the mind in each a nran
neraa will bring forth its hast powers.
Recreation, hilarity, activity are essential
lo a vigorous mental condition, and than
should be n*eenous strain nor long-oon
tinned axercise of (be' reflsctlve powers
The great object should be to prepare
the young for the uaeMduties of life ;and
a mnclr greater number of hours should
bs devoted to physical and indnsnal ex
ercises and recreation than to mental
Th.
.
Ifl
training.
Our indebtedneea to the people of othe r
countries has been estimated at . $250,000,
090; though some statisticians who claim
to be authority reduce the amount one-ftft h
It is not more than five years since oar in
debtedness abroad was nearly four time*
as gr«at» ' We have lieefl gnudn
ally relieving oanelvea of this heavy obli^
gallon to;fo«ignersby assuming it oiinfofvOg
olid if this process continue* for a fi w
years longer we shall be oar own creditor*
and Will then be In a condition like unt
England neaxly the whole of whose ln_
debtedn— lehaWby her own people,
KanraowTSTpepu^od of 806,
<0k'
a*, °th«e isnMh
geing to receive
in tfth great degree
le fill Manufacture promises
tt»er tension of oar foreign
trade. It is only about twelve years since
hemlock sole leather was first exported
from this country to England, and already
the Europe** demand for this excellent
article has beoocae very considerable. The
hemlock tanned leather is considered to be
Sttftpefri&'&t boot'&&d shoe soles tbft it
the muck more cost
lySi&Hibliki In Northern Europe, ;; npd
it is now exported even to Russia, as wpll
to Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Ger
|maay;iniw*y large quantities. Last year
UniiXorkaad Boston sent to Russia direct
some 20,000 sides,and 75,(WO sides to Swe
Ide^vlitaWayahd 1 ' Denmark—an exports,
i toobfhoUMmiilldn'dollars in value; in
ddilfcmt&whieh tUfere is an indirect trade
a theaftlcleWith those countries to the
k«lUe l <$r|600,000 more- The total exports
pfeqle leather for the twelve months ended
jjuty 1; 1678, were abon t $1,100,000
ue. A considerable amount of the leather
Is exported from : Baltimore.
; NotLoWgI Aaothe complaint came from
Rhode Island that New York's refuse was
Iwaii kding thrown up on the shore there ;
and how ibis tbe New Jersey coast, in the
faeighhood of Long Branch, that is made
the receptacle for the garbage and offal of
Itke Metropolis- It took six months o r
more for the people of .Staten Island to
force the contractors to stop emptying gar
page directly opposite their su corner houses,
and now the refuse is carried out to sea,
but the nuisance continues. A streneous
effort should be made to compel all large
titiai Cither to utilize or destroy the gar
page and offal collected from the streets
(a Paris and other European cities, money
Is made out of such, refuse matter, and in
New. York it was demonstrated a few
tnonths ngo that it could be destroyed bv
t iqjrwipg, at DO greater cost than that of
rampdFtfclg it to sca. whence it is sure to
be cut up on some of; the bathing grounds
in the vicinity.
like li
at
fhdl
an© i
in Which thi
Ifl
in yal
-fil lo J
The Manitoba Indian, according to'
'$04 fl "" dkttktf
^ ^ i ^
TgS£3& ^ tradlbg
wle-^mna!filing hqnor to Indmnfl
jjM b J! h * Cu>adkn GovBrn :
^ end the officml. of the ineflnted
poJma^raidetoiledlo enforce UJ In that
^ry ^sb the lniUan may seUle down
ff,*ehen he heoomeB entitled to all
fhB^Vifo^bf V iWiite man, and may
-without
"f^ ^ hnrt. If; Sitting Bail —
3wW to come hack to his old camp
grou«l,ib wonldbea good bargain all
around, b| the privileges which he wilj
^rjoy, once over the border, of getting al
the-whiskey he whnte from contractors and
."Me™" doubtless shut his eyes to the
f® r tLer advantages of .Canadian civilira
lion and citizenship,
was
s')
Thb 8tntfgiit*out democrats •;of Massa^
chuseua.ia.lheijT Faheuil Hall conveotion,
after nominating Judge Abbott for Gov_
intorptook^stiosto show that the world
doea move after all, hy indorsing Governo,
Hampton, of South Carolina, at the same
titafl that they reflected upon Governor
Rice, ofdpfaseachuaetls, Their platform
contained this resolution:
° 'We'demand that- Massaebusttts shall
'ObBSnrfe her obligations to other States, so
thatioarCommohwealth shall not be mode
a safe asylum for refugees Trom public" jus
tice." '
All Europe is again convulsed, with
tremendous wars again imminent. The
efficacy of arbitration 'has not yet been
sufficiently established to warrant the be.
liefthatit will ever have the effeet ofabol
isbing war. The orders issued to concen
trate British troops on the frontier of Af 6
ghanistan Is too significant a movement to
be misunderstood. It means war or sub"
mission, with the chances largely in favcri f
tbe former.
TO THOSE WANTING CLOTHE?.
Quinn and Adam both learned the same
trade; but Quinn csuld beat Adam at tai^
loring, and give him odds every time. If
anyone doubts this, call upon him. We
Wm. H, QUINN,
The Merchant Tailor;
No. 1.22 Market street.
mean
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You will there find a choice and well
selected stock of all kinds of
PALL AND WHITER GOODS,
Which by the orthtic employes of Quinn,
the Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
eon to improve the appearance, and pro
mote thecomfortof the wearer.
jttlM to suit the enforced economy of
IfaC tiiMi, is the the rule with
fL-w-T. .•: • Wm.H. QUINN,
Merchant Tailor.
No. 122 Market Btreei.
IS
Tiod 9i*;
v», PIT K'H VEUKTAfiBE RUBU
I OMATIO REMEDY—In till perscrfp
ol one of Phlladjbtpnia's oldest iMfful
ans, and Is guaranteed to enre rgenma
ai£, neuralgia, sc laticR, pain, Back ache
Ac. or money reltinded, by lnvigoratim
tbe nerves, purifying the blood, and neu
tralizing poisonous deposit* in the system
By merit It has become a standard intdl
oiHe, Bufferrp e h.fid"money saved by uselflg
It In tluie. Hememoer that. IWriNWer-tv
the only pnvsi clan in Amirlja devotini
40 years to this oueJinapf practice.: Onri
warranted, Adviepgratis. ; tibouvbFfltRM
street.
MEDICAL. '
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By Its great and thorough blood-purifying proper
ties. Dr. Pierci-s Clolden Medical Discovery cures
all ilumora. from the wOTsT Scrofulo to a common
nioteb. Pimple, or Eruption. Mercurial disease,
Mineral Poisons, and their effect!, aro eradicated,
and vigorous health and a sound constitution estab
lished. Erysipelas, Sult-rhcuni, Fever Sores. Scaly
or Roach Skin, in short, all diseases caused by bad
blood, uro conquered by lhl6 powerful, purifying, and
in E*peela^y lias'St'mahlfestefl its potency 1
Tetter, lime Rash, Kolb, Carbuncles, So
In curing
__ re Eja,
Serafuloa. Sores and B,vcllin*s, White SpreUIngs,
Voltro or Thick
If ybu fbbl dtt
Ncck, and Enlarged (.lands
j, you ivci uull.'dl o'a'sy, debilitated, have sallow
color of skin, or yellowish-brown spots on face or
body, frequent headache or dltslnoss, bad taste in
nlotitb, Internal heat or chills alternated with hot
flushes, low spirits, and gloomy forebodings. Irregular
appeilte, amt tongue coated, you uro suffering from
viorpiu raver, or '•amuuin«i. w In in:iny cases of
«liver Complaint P only part of these symptoms aro
experienced. As a remedy for all such cases, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as
It effects perfect and radical cures.
In the curd of Bronchitis, Severe Coughs, and the
early stages of Consumption, It has ustonlsbed the
medical faculty, and eminent physicians pronounce
It the greateet medical discovery of tl«i age. While
It cures the severest Coughs, it strengthens the system
and purities the blood. Sold by druggists.
It. V. PIERCE, M. D.. Prop'r, World's Dispensary
and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,7f. Y.
%\etces
iJieasawt*
usfeawe
, 4»\\ets
fiiZB.^
oft'. 1
PELLEIS.^
q oom
©oop
'iSsss'fsssisreKSffiiw
qulroU while using them, fff hey operste wlthout dls.
tnrbuico to the ronstltnUon, dfet, or ooanujtlon.
For Jaundlec, Ueadache, CWlputlon, Impiuv
Blood, Fain In the Shonldcw, Tlghtnaui of tlic C %«t|
Ulzilncws Sour Eruototlons from tho Stomaeh, Bod
Taste In the Mouth, MUJoue ottoeko, Pain In reotlon
or Kidneys. Internal Fever, Bloated feellna about
StMuehTlM of Blood to Head, take Dr. Pleree'l
X'lcasunt Purgative Pellets. In explanation of the
remedial power of those PurenUve Pellets over so
great a variety of dlscnSe^ll may bd said that theli
action upon the animal economy I* nidvorsal, not t
Claud or tissue escaping theD ssuutlvo Impress. Ajrt
does not impair the properties of these PelTeis.
They are sugar-coated ana lnClosetl In glass bottles,
their virtues being thereby preserved unimpaired foi
any length of tluie, hi any elflnate, so that they arc
always ffosb and reliable. TbiB is not the ease with
pills put up in cheep wooden or pasteboord boxes.
For all diseases wlicrq a Laxative, Alterative, oi
Purgative, I, indicated,these-littleJellfftswlll give
the most perfect satisfaction. Sold hy druggist*.
lb V. PIERCE. M. D,. yiior'u,W orld'a Dispensary
and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. V.
CATARRH
SYMPTOMS.—Frequent head*
ache.discliargu litUIngluio throat,
sometimes profuse, wlitery, thlcli
niucous, purulent, offensive, etc.
In oUicts, a dryness, dry, watery, weak, or inflamed
eves, stopping up, or obstruction, of the nasal pas*
sages, ringing in ears, deafness, hawking and cough
ing to clear the throat, ulcerations, scabs from ulcers,
voice altered, nasal twang, offenslvebreath, impaired
or total deprivation of sense of smell and taste, diz
ziness, mental -denresslon, loss of appetite,lnulg
tion, enlarged tonsils, ticking cough, etc. Only a
few of these svmptonid afe likely to ue present in any
case at one time.
i i
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
produces radical cures of tljr ■n*orst cases of Catarrh,
•no matte&r of'hwAons standing. The liquid remedy
may bu suuiled, <>r bit ter applied hy the use of-Dr.
PiEttCE'S D mi cue. Thie 1? the only form of Instru
ment vet invented with which-fluid medicine can i»s
carried men up and perfectly, applied to olj
parts of the afTcrtgl flafial jla^saMC^, ahd the eham
new or •cavities* commuirlcMlng f herewltn, in which
sores and ulcer irequAjptly exist,-and from which
the catarrhal discharge generally procc*eil& Its Use
is pleasant ahd easily understood, mom dm-etioni
'accompanying each. inc <r umcnt. Ur. hAQhE'8 t ar
tarrh liemeUy cures recent attacks of "Cold In the
Head** by a few nppMcatlonr. It is mild and pleas
ant to use.,containing no.stronc or caustic drugs or
poisons. Catarrh Ilemedv and Douche- sold by drug
flfiatA, It. V. I'lnucE, M. ]>.. IVop'r,World s Dis
peusary and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
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WINEB AND LfCjUOKS.
J UHT REOkl V ED AND FOR KALeTn
L' lTb TO bUU,
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
— do CLARET. WENE.
-do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY.
FRANCIS KI LLY A CO,
K>3 MV HURT SIR RET.
Iyl7-tf
JOHN ¥. BETZ
Gfliil's Bravery
PORTER,
ALE,
BROWN STOXJ'I
Brewar and Dealer 1»
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
CALLOW MILL AND NEW MAHKHiBI.
Philadel ui». ''
If
Black and Fancy
Silks.
We are now offering an elegant line of
of
Black bills' x
From G2J4 eta. to 82:25
of the most durable colors and best shade
at 02)4 cents and upwards, -u.
WOOL BLACK CASH.MERE,
and upwards. BLACK AND
ALAPACAS, of the newest shades at very
low prices. Bargains In HOHJERY,
GLOVES, Ac. KID GLOVES, (every pall
pair warranted) very cheap.
Buyers may rely upon getting the best
goods at the lowest prices, at
CAMPBELL'S,
210 MARKET ST.
I
GOOD, AL
at 50 cents
COLORED
marSO-jy
■wp
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PIANOS,
NAL.
r
ROANS,
AND, StUttBf MDSIO.
FOB SALE AT
E. liEGUER'H, MVSIQ STORE, SO;
r ' iMl MARKET STREET.
A G001>«*-4HWAVH ROSEWOOD
PIANO FOR 1186 CASH
. .
Al instruments guaranteed for live
years. aprI8-lyr
JOHN
Attortiev and Conseiiwr at LfiW
514 W alnut Street,
imlLALLLPIAL;...
Clttzensof Delaware Having law busluest
in Philadelphia,or the aOjOJuing counties
In Pennsylvania, will have It promptly
attended to, by oominnnlca
lab.
O'BYRNE,
and properly
ting witn hit?
I ,u JOHISAN, li«Tb tuts sOKlliN
XJ DAVlbbtesON, sote prlnelpal and pro
prietor of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM,
729 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, has just
issued a new medical worn,
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS.
on mental, nervous and acquired debility
a pamphlet of gieat importance in whicu
oa Indisputably Is shown howiost h altb
can be regained, also a essay on marriage,
should be read by all. Can be had, pilce 26
cents In postage stamps, post hsee, by
addressing tne autlier,
Dr. JOJJDAN,
1825 Filbert streot, Philadelphia, Pa.
Where he may hecandijy suited.
medical.
6. F. Kunkel' Bitter Wlti«
oi iron.
E, F, Kunkel's celebrated Bitter Wlneoi
Don Will eitaetually cure liver oompi^lut,
jaundice, dyspepslat cnronlo Or '"n-tvout
debility, olj.rouic atarrnoea.fllsease ot the
Kklueysand all diseases arising from a
disordered liver, stomach or Intestines,
such as constipation, fl.tulence, inward
plies, fullness m blood to the head, acidity
ol the stomach, nausea, heartburn, disgust
for food fullness or weight ib the stomaoh,
sore eructations, sinking or fluttering at
thepitoftke stomach, .swimming of the
beau.hurried ordiflloufl breathing, flutter
lugs at the heart, choking or suffocating
sensation when lnalylng posture, dimness
of vlssiou, dots or webs before the sight,
dull pain in the head, deficiency of nres
plration, yellowness of the skin and eyes,
pain in the side, back,, head, chest, 11m hs,
etc-sudden flushes oi heat, burning lu the
flesh, constant imaginings of evil and great
depression of spirlis. Price 81 per bottle,
Beware of counterfeits. Do not let your
druggist palm oflT some other preparation
oflronhemay say Is a good, but usk foi
Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol Iron. Tak®' no
other. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is not
Sold in bulk—omy in 81 bottles. K. F, Kun
kel, Proprietor, No. 259 North Ninth Btreei
Philadelphia, Pa. Bold by all druggists.
I
Tape Worm Removed Alive
Head and all complete, in two Beans —.
No fee till head passes, HseaL pin and
stomach warms removed by Dr, Kunkel
25, Jorth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Fa.—
Send for circular. Fqrremoying seat, pin
or stomach worms call on your druggist
and ask lor a bottle-Of Knnkel's Wofm
Syrup, price SI. It never mils- Comman
sense teaches If tape worm be removed, all
other werjns can oe readily removed
E. F. Kunkel'g ustrnl ART 1
Hunkel's Shampoo for
the Hair. ]
The best and cheapestUair Dressing and
Hair Cleaner In the world. 'J hey remove
dandruff, alley irritation, aootlie and cool
the heated scalp, prevent the hair from
tailing off, and promote the growth in a
very short time, They preserve And beau
tify the hair, and render it soft and glossy,
They impart a brilliancy and a sil*y ap
pearence to braid and wiry hair, and as a
hair dressing,they aro unriva led; eradi
cate dandruff and prevent baldness. The
Bhartipoo Means the hair, removes grecce,
scruff, itching, eruption, Cures headache
caused by heat and fatigue. Kunkei's
Shampoo and Lu,tral restore hair to a nat
ural and glossy color, reqtpre faded, dry.
harsh arid wiry hair. Price per bottle 81.
Ask your drngqintfor them dr send to E. F
Kunkel. Proprietor,No. 269 North Ninth;
cfbMwJV!pLiiP
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From the Earliest Ages
SCROFULA has been the bane, and as U
were, the curse of mankind, Moses, in the
12th chapter of Leviticus, lays down very
explicit rules on this disease, bo terrible
and loathsome hal It been considered then
that a person known to ho infected with 11
aj towed U
srded It as
and believed there was no cure for it. It
was then the Bineof a youth ora diviatiou
from the paths of virtue wepe punished as
long as life lasted. Happily In our day
theBienceof medicine has been developed
the great storahduse Of Nai are furnishes a
remedy, the disease Is stripped ot Its ter
bV the use of the 8A M A BITAN'S BOOT
— D HERB JUICEs, and the victim ol
Scrofula, Ulcers, bores, Pimples,' Blotches,
Tli ter,etc,, can be restored to sound health
In a few weeks. That there are thousands
now whose conditions are as bad as those
of the dark sues w e are well aware. Many
how laij to find a cure an well as' they dip
then. To all such thebamarltan's Bool
and Herb Juices will prove a happy boon
eradicating alUmpuritids from the blood,
and making the complexion
healthy; a tow bottles wilTr
would not be
The Jews rega
mix with society
a divine Infliction
AN
bright and
remove pim
ples or blotches, thereby doing away with
cosmetic* and powders, HOOT ANDHERB
J UICKH 81.20 per bottle: Bent by express
to any address:
PE8MOND & OO.
16 RaCe"tf«at Phiiftdftluhla P.
Refrigerators
water Coolers,
Clothes Wringers.
5
And a full line of
Constantly In stock. Prices to suit the
times.
H.F. PIRKELS,
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NOS. 7 A 9 E. FOURTH ST.
' - !l Wilmington, Del,
N. B.—Old Stove* bought, Sold or taken
In exchange, 1 ocU9-tt
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Prices for LIST'S.
8 lbs daily, 55 cents
16 *• " 80 "
25 •' " 1.10
30 lbs. and over, 60 cents, per 100
5 llis. daily, 50 cents, per week.
/|2j /! .
20 "
per wpffc
6 •
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95
. SPECIAL RATES TO BUTCDERS, TCE CREAM MAKERS, STOP,
LOONS, HOTELS, &C.
J. B. CONROW & SON. Proprietors.
Main Office, No. 2 East Second Street
SCI
The Best Coal ever Sold in ti*e
Put in Oollors Free of olxargo
ALSO
OAk AND PINE klNDLING WOOD
ENOCH S. 00 RE, Jr
Fourth 4tre>H vVlnrf
eft*
■a-ss
JUST RECEIVED.
THE
Singer Manuf'g Co.,
HAVE JUST SENT TO THEIR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
WILMINGTON DELAWARE,
The largest invoice of the Light Running, Latest improved- FAMILY MAORINfti
ever brought to this mnraet, notwithstanding t e;tlmes are hard, over 70 lainllles wcis
made happy within the la.-t u.onih by buying the
I
World Renowned Singer.
A
,If you want a MACHINE, don't fail to secure a SINGER.
Hundreds ef people who liava other kinds that do not suit for various reasons, h,ve
exchanged them tor thei-INGER.
The SINQEH M VCHIN E Is now seil'ng tor Jnst-one half the original nr ice for cult'
or on i Rf-y terms tor mouihly payments. Don't fail to see the SING kit at
No. 424 MAEKET Street,
A. J. VAN DUZEE, Agent.
NEW FALL STOCK 1 S 78 !
' lit
NOW AS
COMPLEIE.
LARGE AND
AT THE
MODEL TAILOR STOKE
As ary other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly t° 0:«
der Work, and do not cayry oa a Ready Made Tailoring Business. Our Prices are as
Low, Material, Fit and Workmanship considered as are to be found anywhere.
Heaatily thanking (he Public and our fi lends for their patronage. I ask the con*
linuance of the same. I guarantee no one shall be ashamed or dissatisfied with the
Luits we turn out.
Yours Truly,
No. 223 Market Str't
FERD- CARSON,
ALWAYS 8ELE0T TBB BEST, I
WMCM
mi
d!\ J ' U.
m
READY FOR IMMEDIATE USB
Is endorsed hy every PRACTICAL PAINTER.
COVERING CAPACITY 8c DURABILITY
Exceed any known paint. Building*
Painted with our Prepared Paints, if not satislao*
tory, will bo Repainted at our Expense.
D. H. KENT & CO„ Agents
Wilmington, Del.
LOTTERIES.
pOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY,
8810,000 drawn every 17 davs.
1 Prize ot I tm.OOIJ
1 Prize of 60,000
1 Prize or 25,000
2 Prizes of $10,000 20.000
10 Prizes ol $ >,000 eaoh 50,0*0
124 Prizes ol #1,000 each 121,OIK'
182 Prizes of $500 each 841,000
821 Prizes, amounting to (Spanish) 8750.000
Information furnished frjck. Orders
filled. Prizes cashed. Spanish Bank bills
and Governments purchased.
TAYLOR A CO., Banker*
11 Wall st. New York.
can make money raster at work lo. u.
than at anything else, capital not re
quired; we will Btart you;
homemade by the industrious men
women, boys and girls wanted per day U
work for tw; Now is the time) Men 12
O flu Uan(yflroi8fr&e, ulddreua xbue oo,
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A
N RECEIPT' OF
I Four Uollai*
We will send to any address
A FULL NIOKBL-PLATED
0
SEVEN SHOT REVOLVES K_
ft
AND A BOX OF OA BIDGEH.
JAMES & BRO.
201 Market St. Wilmington, Del.
CJkCONlBOto
1HE OREAT AND
ABLB
T
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or
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CHEAP JOHN,
Is driving everything In the shape?' 0 ^
position to the D—s. For goods at tne
RIGHT TRICES!
Don't fall to call on
JOHN,
thronghqdVm
No. 6 Ea
counlry^at lowest rates.

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