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Colognes m Fancy Bottles,
W; H. SIN COCK,
307 Market St.
A. B. GILLESPIE & CO.
Staple k (Swwme?
Fine Wines it Liquors,
No, 3 E. Second Street.
WILMINGTON. DHL.'
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No. 207 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, D.L, .
Land a very large stock of
tlM
irURKTITURJE,
suitable for
Christmas Presents
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which he is selling at the lowest prices.
N. B. Feathers renovated by Scalding
Steam Process._
X mas.
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<ö TU'Jtfi STICHS,
-AT
BOW MAE'S
TEA STORE,
15 EAST SECOND ST.
(3 doors from King)
- Assort ment complete, quality the heat
ami prices tlie lowest, sugar
handsome
come and
Air PRESENTS V
CUSTOMERS, .Wtr
NEW GOODS
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
BAYNARDt % PAW30N,
have opened nt
no. 229 market st.,
stock of
Fine Watchcs, Clocks j
Jewelry, Silverware,
Spectacles;
fuyhlng In the Jewelry line which
jlling at the very lowest prices.
fad
they
<&0ö&5!
GO TO
A. B. Holt's
Mjd- 109 W. Second Street,
lot Holiday Presents at the lowest
pÿeeSi ...
BY
lù Jr. Co.
EKD STREET.
'on, del.
5,000 ooBiks,
Prooure Something Useful
In making our selections for Christ
presents, we should endeavor to
pro jure such articles as will prove
useful to those who reoeive them. As
a rule, we are too muoh given to pur
chafcing suoh things as will only for a
while please the eye. In making our
usual rounds, we have been observing
the many beautiful things now on ex
of the most attractive
places we have yet vißited is the Bos
ton One Price Clothing House.
This immense establishment is stock
ed to repletion with all manner of
beautiful and useful articles, and the
crowds that daily throng this house,
is an unmistakable evidence, that the
energy and enterprise of the genial
proprietor, Mr. Y. E. Holmes, heartily
appreciated by our citizens.
To give a detailed account of the
many beautiful things now on exhibi
at this Mammoth Clothing Establish
ment, would more than occupy our
entire columns, but suffice it to say,
here can be found the most beautiful
and useful things suitable for Holiday
presents. .
As we
mense stock, admiring everything in
its turn, we could not help but notice
the immense line of Cardigan Jackets,
made in every possible design, with
prices ranging from 75.cents to 84,
und the thought occurred to us, w
of those beau
is useless
to tell the Wilmington people,
that the Boston Clothing House, is
ahead of all its competitors, for that
has long since been an established
fact.
hibition, but
looking through the im
an excellent present,
tiful j Ackets would be. It i
for
indeed eurpri
Tne prices here
singly low, notwithstanding the heavy
advance
Holmes made his purchases before
this advance and hence his customers
having the advantages of his wis
dom in this respect. Suits of clothes
he is now selling at ligures, . that he
cannot repluce tho tor, and so it is
with his immense line of overcoats,
ulsters, &j. We
all woolen goods. Mr
shown
uns as • low as $5 and S'i over
coats us low ns 8-4.50, cuildren'* suits
us low as $2. He bus also an excellent
line of silk handkerchiefs, in fact the
furnishing department is fall of. the
most beautiful and useful things. It
will pay you to visit this depot of
fulness and
for yourselves that it
is the place to make your purchases.
Mr Geo, McCall is now with this
house, and would be pleased to see his
many friends..
Can you tell me how it is that
Wheeler sells such a good quality of
Groceries at such low prices? Why he
is selling App'e Butter 4 pounds for
25 cônts, and Craigs Diamond State
Mince ra^at at only ten cents a pound,
and all kinds of goons usually kept in
a first class store, at fair prices, and
guarantees satisfaotion, with polite at
tdtrdanee. Take my word for it, go to
Wheeler 104 East Second Street, and
you will be satisfied.
Grand Turkey Raflli to night, at
Gus. AsflbenbaohP, Mo. 227 Tatnull St,
He has really the best assortment of
Turkeys in the city, his btr is stocked
with the best Wiims, Liquors and Ci
gars. Felirenl acli's excellent beer "
draught. Give him a call.
Emile Buoher, cor. Fifth and Ship
ley sts., keeps constantly on hand the
best unadulterated wines and liquors,
as well as an excellent glass of Beer,
a la Paris. A fine Pool room if
neoted with the establishment. Fresh
Oysters received daily.
To the Ladies
Now is the time to get your furs re*
paired or altered in the lateat style.
This is being done cheap every day
the hat and fur store of W. Alsentzer,
227 Market etreet.
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THEATRICAL.
THB DAMTH8..
Joaquin Miller's play
will tie presented at the
Honse* on Christina» afternoon and
evening. The drama is one*distinct
ively American, and lita production
in this city will doubtless produce a
genuine sensation. The plot hinges
upon the murderous vengefulness of
the "Danites" who, for a wrong doue
one of their Mormon leaders by the
father of the heroine, do not rest oqn
tead while
found to wreak their vengeance upon.
The scenes are all laid in California in
and around a mining camp. The play
itself is throughout strongly poetic
a-d exceedingly dramatic, showing,
great literary ability, a care
ful and correot attention to the drama
tic proprieties. The scenery is all of
the newest and really msguifl sent,
exyenso having been spared in giving
the play a proper settiug in each act.
And here it is only proper to add that
this is not in any sense
brood and thunder, startling border
dramas of the present day. It is are
fined, romantio and yet pathetic bit of
homely camp life, idealistic to a degree
and yet true to nature.
ALICE 0ATE3.
On New Years night that charming
little singer and naive actress, will ap
pear at the Opera House in a new
opera bouffe*
of th^DAuites
Grand Oiera
l>e
of his family
as well
Of 1 i 111
For the Best Havana filled Five and
Ten cent Segar Wholesale or Retail go
to 8005 Market Street.
Seengerbund Hall,*
Nop. 300-302 East Fourth street has
been renovated and remodled by its
Prop'r., Mr. Ferdinand Bishop,
and he now informs the pnblio that he
has stocked his bar with the choicest
wines and liquors. Good beer
draught. The hall can be rented on
Wednesday and Sat urday evenings for
societies
political clubs. Also
two elegant club rooms for private
parties. An excellent Lunch every
day aud evening.
Tho beat Havana filled 3 &. 5 cent
Segar in the city at No. 1005 Market
Street. Wholesale and Retail.
'•Why do you look so plu
oross, whenever I ask you to po ont
with me to any party or thoutTe?" in
quired Isabella. * My love," said
William, "there would bo no merit in
going wem I not making an awful sa
crifice of my o'Vn feeling«. Permit
the pleasure of showing that I go only
to please, my dear."
and
"Professor,'' said a olrneky soph.,
is there any danger of disturbing » the
magnetic currents if J examine that
too closely? And the stern
, loving his little j >ke, re
lias no tffjct
comp
Profess
sronded: "No, sir; br;
whatever upou them."
A young lady advertised for maid. |
Ode Hi>[)lie.l, und, in response tu tlie
inquiry whether she was qn ek si e
replied: "Oh, so quick that I will et
gage to dress you in belf an hour."
"In half an hour," reiterated the
young lady; "and what shall I do the
rest of the day?"
J5Ö?" Handbills, Circulars, Bill
heads, Cards, &u., done at this office
at very lowest rates.
A clergyman's wife had impressed
upon her little boy the necessity of
ejecting tlie skins of grapes, and a few
days ufterwml she told him the story
of Jonah and the whale. "The whale
ii a very large monster," said the mo
ther, "and he swallowed Jonah."
"Did he swallow other men; too?"
asked the little boy. "Well, I sup
pose lie did," continued the mother,
who was samswhat iu doubt, and
while she was hesitating about the
continuation of the story, the Loy in
terrupted, "And, mamma, did bespit
ont the skins, too."
Handsome one pound boxes full
weight best Cream Chocolate and fine
Mixtures, (french goods) 25 cents at
A, B. Gillespie & Co.
at
' FOR THE HOLIDAYS l
-AT
310. King st.
Th. largest, cheapest aud host »took of
DOLLS, SELECT TOYS and all kinds
of WAGONS, ROCKERS, eto.
Also, jCHINA SETS, LAMPS, Ac.
Remember the Number
310 King St.
hmtnms (fioodx.
JAS. C: JOHNSON,
has
hand a large assortment of
NO. 225 MARKET STREET,
Als», BTOVE8, CUTLERY, HOLLOW WARE.
BOSTON
Christmas Goods,
COMING AT THE
Just as Low as Ever.
COME AND LOOK.
801 MARKEÏ STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL
823- Jffarket 61.,
Opposite Masonic Hall, Wilmington.
GHHÏ&TMAS &Ô0BS,
STATIONERY & PICTOBE ORNAMENTS.
stamping for embroidery.
QO TO
C, MEMflME®* 8
No. 613 MARKET STREET,
where you will dud a fresh stock of Ladiea
—and flaute _ ..
(fold it Silver H atches, Jew
elry, Silver and Silvcr
7'laled Ware,
FOE HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
EDWIN HIRST,
PraefteaC Watchmaker,
( '5 Years Experience.)
No. 712 MARKEL STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL,
clocks. Watches. Jewelry, spectaclos, &o,
fcpocial attention given to repairiug. All
k.mli of Musical Instruments re
_paired.
Colo//ncs, Frlracls, Fancy
Lollies. Joliet Sets
HOLIDAYS!
N. B. DANFORTH,
| t/olesate tC lie tail Drftf/ffisl,
Cor. Und k MARKET STREETS
_ (Bao-essor to E. MoINALL.) '
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LJ QT A ATQ
VJ I t\ fl I Oy
405 MARKET STREET,
IIAS JUST RKl'KIVKD ANOTHER NEW IN
VOICE OF MISSES'
FANCY HOSIERY
-IN
New and Beautiful .Designs
Also a l ull line of
(* f eves ( ©Dave?, Cloves,
—AND—
MERINO UNDERWEAR
Ladies, gents and misses.
elegant stock of
Fancy Buttons,
Bt .ck Silk Fringes,
Coat Ornaments,
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Corsets, Zephyrs,
Woolen Yorn9,
Notions. &o.&e.^.

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