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ÿoliûoÿ $oo Aflll : „ T5 Û TJTT T/[ A TJlg' £ W VV' lim Mi XN M r /B A large assortment of 'fi . 5ÄMTHJ», ■m- mam nm„ -smRiiT. '' V. RL SiKCOCK, .to? Market St. ottles. I-hiP A. B. GILLESPIE & Ca M taprt St |ait(ij (Svocrirjï, JFino Wines £ Liquors, 'NO/S'E. äeöönd Street. 5 ^ÏLMlW TA , DEL, ria L Ft J /, % .T:WT8 T3XUM S»8 till: K V» :• •v I LI m si No. 207 MARKET STREET*,! WILMIKOTON, DaL. band a very largo stock of FURNIT CJKJEI^ \ 11 -V, suitable for I v Has Christmas Prssents, I'.i which be ia selhng at the lowest prices. N.B. Feathers renovated by Soalding' Steam Prooess. T X mas.. i- :: 4 TUftti # 321 CJPJ> —AT— 7! J. TEA STORE. 15 EAST SECOND ST. 4 '* ■ ' J ' (R doors from King) A»- Assortment complète, quality the best u . and prices the lowest, «ugaratobst ., come and see our 1 mndsome ' d : am- prb^«nt»-for customers, .9» NEW GOODB FOR THE ^HOLIDAYS I ST tAYMM© a liave opened at Z . no. 229 market st., . '»'.•an entire new stock of. Fine Watches, Clöeks, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, In tho Jewelry line which the very lowest prloea. ' 4 unw »w ittd - ; itr* *é m tact overy hing Are nelßng at €Çr» 5 f «45 i GO TO A. B. Holt's, No-109 W. Second Street> ^r Holiday Présenta at the lowest A yr-Qpicvu: 7 . .-c;A «. i. ! 1 JU 'Y-V; iiwi oldfasliioned notions, : ,that they »te a# ont of date;. We look around and eee. ^atrnany.persons ^ grown up, with men's clotheqQu, yho a^e o»lied men. Bo£ theyact and be have so that we feel cortaih they,were" never mode nntnf l.no. n£i.i , Bever made out of boye. M they had been, they would ha$ 6^>W to 1 behave better, Where they eiuao Irom we do.net know. But whatwe wish toi put into the ears of boy. is thh-b. 1 gentlemen. In this county eyijiy boy may grow up to be a gentleman if he;. will. It is not necessary that he should \ beoome rioh—most boy. think it is—• tJUWStV Mi PMM.MT ft»» Jte should be- > oon» an great scholar, -nor that he' should beoome a distinguished man. But some Impatient one« are kskiug.s. . How can We beoome gentlemen?!' How own ,»- boy go about making'biraeelf ,one??ß»n he work font? Tee. he ban } I'A ndthe harder he work.,«- the right way, the better. But he must study with his eyes and his ears. Reading books and newspaper's is nôt enough. lr\ £****•• 1 speak, apd aQt. v ß*n ( he,l*uj,iit? No, lie Cannot. Money will buy a good many things, but it wiibnot buy what mokes . m'» ow. >» lîWtgQ Jio p shop-and buy olothes. .But. hat, coatj. pants and- boots, do-not bake a gentleman. They make a fop : >d somotimos come near making i log). Wbuey, Will ,bny dogs and horses, bu t how many dogs end homes do yon , think it wiirt9h»,to . mahe-a geutlb mue?- 1 none T , . 1 Tjiliet no,boy, therefore, thinkho i. to,^ be made a gentleman by the olothe^! ,110 wonrs,.tho horse be rides, tho stick He carriee,, (he dog that trots after 1 ' him, tho house he; live. in,I > or the sMw* r one (" "!• r- 811,1 y®^ ® v ßry hoy may be a gentlaman. He dm? wea/>an old hat, oheap clothes, haws n®v horses V lUe in a poor house aid spend bu£ ! "»"»y. Md .UH.be ag.etloc ! man. B,t ho.? By being true, manly 'T jÄnd bonoraM.,. • heaping himself heat and respeotable. By being eivil I and Bourtfibne. By respecting himaelf 1 b"e?t Ä °ÎT d B fi d T, D8 th d beét -he knows how. And finally, and aboye-all, by fearing God arid'keep i ^"»«Wamandinehts. POBUWHhDiBY Jo/in Z,y 2)aMs t£ Cd. No. 4 EAST THIRÎ) pTItEEt. V. WILMINGTON,; ÖÜC t <1 C,000 oopiES. 1 FREE DISTniDUTIOJf f It How To Be A Qsntlemaiu ' WE a few private words with the boys, says the "Psrish Visitor." The truth is, we have a great idea of boys. We tiséd 'to think' infen yere made of boys. Wo begin to think now that those I " d Sængerbund Hall, Nos. 300—302 Wuet Fourth street has been renovated end remodled by ils new Prop'f., Mr. FanaoranD. Bishop, snd he now informs the pnblio that he has stookod his bar with the ohoioest wines and liquors. Good beer draught. The hall can be rented Wednesday and Saturday evenings for Booieties or politioal clubs. Lunch every evening. * , ia 4 To the Ladies* Now is tho time to get or altered iu the your fuis re* -— latest style. being done cheap every dny at the hat and fur store of W. Alsentzer. 227 Market street. paired This is For the Best Havana filled Five and Ten cent Segàr Wholesale or Retail go to 1006 Market Streèt. .11 - , Procure Something Useful. In making our seleotionfl for Christ* presents, we alionld endeavor to pröjure Buch articles as wiil'£ro useful to those who receive thènu As a rule, we are too muoh given to pur chasing such things as will only fftr a while please the era. In making our usual rounds, we have been observing the many beautiful things now on 'ex hibition, but one of tho moat attractive places we have yet visited is the B TON OnR PhIOB CliOTUlNd'* HoUSÉ. This immense establishment is stock ed to repletion with all mariner of beautiful and useful articles, 'and the crowds that dally throng'this bortse, . J 8 »J» _nnmistakable e^idenoe, that the appreciated by our citizens, To give a detailed account of the '.*?"£ ''2?®!?%?*'.'*°*' •W8M at thin MathmoMl Clothing EsUblïtik ment, woBld more than occupy'-" ' dntire oolurhos, but ehffimSit: pV here ban 'be fontld' the most be 'Hi . thiuge Suitable for Holi 1 1 As'we'were looking through thrfW mense Btpck, ad miring" everyth ii/ft JJ S oould not help but notice price, Ts'wnw to 31, > -«Ml the Jhdiglt, ooonrred to ub, uflmt ^»h excellent, present one ol those be . that the Bostdn OtSStog°B&S is khbad of all ita b6iopetitprs,.'F;i , that 1»>6 'long sibtWbëen ' an ''ëktàMlftied } riftm-i riln -nl"iiTr. .Jt i - a si$y fow^oTwitÄndtg 6 tÄ advance on all woolen goods. Mr. his purchases before w V } ttU0 ?L aüd , hepce Liö ®" 8 Wn>«*s 1 ,he is now selling at figures,, that he cannot ' replace , tne for, and so it is . liB0 °f °™ro(>at8, äItAtää jCO^/a« Jaw njè ,^.50, children's . amts I®* f * 8 * 2 - 'He has,also an excellent f J lup , . f* 1 * kerchiefs, iu fact the It will pay you, to viaipthU depot of iise , < fulness and eoo for.youraelvos that it WSMSWiMBW'ji W, pnroheaes. . -j McCall >g „now with this nonse, and would be pleased toeee hi. , >n»ny,ctiends. W 11 * ' .nfs .nf-g... 3ân you tell me , how it io that Wkeelensells each a good quality of l** 00 * 1 " •* suo11 «>* l»iw»V 'J Why he Minin? meat at only teu c. ntB a paaud, *®d;atl kinds of goons usually sëpt in ft 0,Ä89 8to >'®^ fair prices-, und ! H? 8 w««h polite at ! Whoeler IM V.eTLTönJ 'atrietfand ' 'T j»» will be aatisii. d. * I j. Tua grandéat Ci.ristmus live illn 1 m>n« li W will bejtliat of Menlo Bark, ( to house having been uut Mon ^ith hie labratory. 'i.uNT sails for GébA 'and Mexico »hé Saturday after Christmas, Deo. 17. on the steamship -«'City t f Alesamlria" from Philodelphi i. this will Ha Gen. Grant's first return to Mextco the scone of his firs) JBoldier servioe. Iw « .. : .. i ■ ' i It ia pleasant to flnd'Ainerica nishing material for the Euglish . Mr. JBuiwett'b sboro of''Haw other's," published last year in S?rib ; has been dramatized uud m ruu niugin the English provinces under title of "Loved and Lost." It is quite fashionable in there lat ter days to present a friend whose qualities are appreciated, with somt tokon of esteem, usually a gold-head ed cane.-This is simply a revival of a very old custom, Adam was presented with a Gain bo Eve very easly iu the history of the world; thought whetner gold headed or not, historians do not relate. • e < -s ^ ".V, loi lay ID vkets, With au i .' Jr. IU C01U1L0 fur dra The Smith family recently held a reunion in New Jersey. Their princi pal sentimeut was; '-Pocahontw. the preserver of our race." * FOR THE HOLIDAYS ! -AT W. J. 31Ç1 jKing st. • The largest, che&pr.et agà beßt .took of OOLhS, SELBCT TOYS and all kinds ^ of WAGONS, ROCKERS, etc. -' Also, CHIKA SETS, LAMPS, Ac. Bememher the Somber .310 King Si I IS \ has,on band a Teyaanf HeïMèqf taads, ^ I NO. 225 MARKET .ÖTHEET. Alao, BT0Y8B. O bTLERY. HOLIXIW WAltE.. !i JOHNSON^.. ' large assortment of BOSTON Christmas Goods, CODING AT JIHE 99 6ts, STORE. Just asQüow as Ever. ^ SpME AND LOOK. 801 market Street, •- .Q fflLMIHGTON^LEL « W. S«IWMft, Market ~, Opposite Alaaonio Hall, Wilnftpjhton. fimnfuM STATIOMERY * PICTURE ORNAMENTS. ). 61S ijtAHKET- STREET, a where you will ftnfl a- fresh stock of Lalliea - And Qenu Gold d .tifter' }yalchcsMew- \ elry, tfitrer ti/?d Silrètv- - " Ttrtled Ware, HOLIDAY PRESENTS. •T. EDWIN HHtST, O Ppaetteat Watcftmafeci*,, (35 Years Experience.) ^Utchfea, Jewelry, i speotaclcn, Ao, Bpenal attontion given to repairing. All kieUa of Mùaioal Inatrumonts re- paired. , Coloffnss, JEwtracts,. J^uncy Bottle s* 2 (rile l Sets H O LÏTÎÀŸ S! . N. B. DANFORTS, Wholesale £ Lctail Druggist, Cor. 2nd A MaBKET STREETS, 'J (Bacce^ar to B. McIVA bÈl S. H. STAATS, 405 MARKET STREET, BAs^USV B^mvso AS?R NBW m . Ï Alter HOSIMY New and Beautiful Designs Alsu a full une of , ©IteïB»,, <â(i®ve 8 8 ®C®?es e —AND— MEBINO UNDERWEAR LhDtEB. GENTS* and^Mses. elegant stock of into Fancy Buttons, BIWk Bilk Fringes,W VOt 1 Coat Ornaments,' >( I ( )l Corset», ZhpiijW,^ Woolen Yai*nk, • / _ Notions^ Ao.Acr . Handbills, Oircnlirs, Bill headfl, Oau's, &o., done at . tide oflSde * at very, lowest-rates..