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THIRD EDITH >
DedlcatlnKalfw Church
.um
oknkrous contributions to t*AY off
TUE »MALL ÜKIIT ok THE CHURCH.
A bright and beautiful Sabliath was
accorded the good people of the Mt.
Salem M. E. Church congregation yes
terday, giving an additional z.mt to the
service» a* tending the dedication of their
new aud b autiful edifice.
At an early hour the people began to
assemble iti the new* building, HuU at !)
o'clock an experience meeting was or
LAK.iR CONOHEOATIONH AT MT.
wanivHil Th« ir.tr u ls eon Inet«. l
wük » reatilni rit the lirethrea and sis
God had done for them. Those iutere>t-.
mg servie s continued for over an hour,
and wanned ui» thus* present to a con
dition of thoroughly enjoying the »till
more interesting exercise» that followed.
The experience meeting closed with a
brief and affecting addre*» by Bishop .
Scott, who expresse l nis full sympathy |
with the real, true.Miraere Chri-tian re- :
ligions spirit evidenced by the meeting,
He complimented the congregation on
* be possession of the. r handsome .new ;
church, and hoped u would ever he a
bea< ou light to lead the soul- of meu to
Christ.
;
When the dedicatory services
menced at 10:.'V) o'clock the church wa«s j
crowded to its utmost capacity, aud the
»Suuday School loom (which is
from the church on
was also tihed, the enti
bering over eight bundled,
tees commenced
2.17 th hymn,
•1 Jove thy kingdom, Lord,
The house ul tliy abode,"
prayer by Rev. A'fr.-d T.
ofthe former pastors ot' tliw
»Sal. in Church.
After the other usual opening services,
the dedicatory Herrn«
Rev. Dr. Dashi II, President of Dukin
who took for bis text tin
ol tue 17th chapter of St.
THE
EDICATORY SERVICES.
parated
I y by folding door»,)
re audience nuui
Theopeii ng j
itu the singing ol
t
f olio Wed bv
bed by
*|
1
"The Kingdom of Go«l cometh not !
J h« sermon was an able production, !
ic show that the coming Ut
of God WHS not attended
attract the at
evidence of spirtuality, exemplified and |
experieuoad by the mind amt body, ami I
not by the sight. To this end lie consul
**red the kingd om of God in four phases,
viz : l>f, its form and Instrumentality ; 1
-d. Its motive«; M l, its experience; 4th.it»
efficiency for tin* 8«jcr«*t« of it« |
Each phase of the subject was ampli
fied in an admirable manner, the deduc
tions beiug clear aud forcible and Um 1
1. The »Im
sand earnest soi ritual worship 1
the early church wrradescribed, aud
' . ntahti**» fur the spr«-ad of the
ph over the oppo- 1
and paganism, set
mis.
s.n Co I leg
Until yer»u
Luke:
and
tin* king«!«
with any gaudy »how t
tenti
of
eu, but
iy *
as
•er.
«ohclueii
teuahie aud ?
i *i rit, amt us t
itiou *»i «arkues»
- rth in glowing
i
my plain ;
to the
stroug
contained r
practical sugge8tiuus in relat
«luty of Chn-t ;
argument in fav.
M**rno«li»t Ch
still i«, au«l re»i>ting tbe enc:
tn *l**rn fashionable innovi
!■ *h-M- a<liuoni tiens the congr«
• v *» ^ gen-ral a--»ent. aud tbe asi
at it would be I
pla:
•r ot a«lm*nng t«»
:h :u it has t»«*eu
ImicuU
• :
do
!rtio»i
tit
•r t«j
M
ii-Ls 1 1at w t
gs r.Wan tlisj
a.- ixi-r. With a hearty "i
•on UMon of th«* s**rmou
of the
l on the Holy (.
■'.r new ami h»autiful '
i the path i
« 1
•(»posed
»- With the
1 p
J
hugs to 1« a-1 th
tru
on tb»- Divi
spirit.
Ar the clo-e ol th«* sermon pray«*
I hy Bishop »Scott.
Jashiell then i
to the 1
that tlie tiuHtieinl ms
Htruction ha«l b
Mono of it
He then u
in but ions
OIL'
Dr.
i brief add re*
at in
ad
in lelatio
:h
vh,
; I
■.
rant of it«
-lui that,
I.V 1
*11 s
„.riie-t appual for cm-1
I this sli^hi ilnti. iviifv.
eeiiug this ,
me-half uf u hy the lxt ,
a,..I lie- halanuo hy the first
. pliuuiij
'uxiîle'tV,« Viebt' U iu:«'liw :
ii tire
He
de
t.
of Jan
of Jul
io .be i
and .
dn
slU each, so as t
nance t«j make a
A basket collect;«
small subscription.
taken up,
as most liberal.
T»r.
adiiel the
took
the
bsenp-j
;
t
n ion, ami by
s ofthe
M-mv «,fi
- ny y I
r -7i mi.
lo«,
he ?
l«*«l ill
uiee
f.iug »ul
•*r tor awhile
u th«*y
ti
ual be
d.-d.
ami tl
amounted i
he aggregate t
'i mi
'ith the basket eollect.
o»al r«*ceipts ofthe morning re;
a« le
ii :
th
d #821.
Afi
h
-„.through
i> h
' Clusml
i ll Urn uuxolugv
illicti
IN THE AFTERNOON,
<*. L.
I
rith »liort'a'ldr«*.*
Gr«**
.John
3 « hy 1
Hill Pre
M
if
re i, ID
Fr;
•v. Ai
I T.
far
Scott,
pastors
ui
In*
d ! » v i
■»urcb a
!
tor
b
id the
ipp
*■ -Heel
fro
d;
sein
-).,1
ver 5100.
IN
IE EVENIN';
l at 7 o'clock, and
th.
ing h
«I
r hv
pi.
li
'.did
a-* th>- jM-ople liail
lhe "*orm i g, by
d ih
b**st. i f hi
a ft
lie 1
e t
tto
s tak«
■ol
,n of
• take the pr<*t
-dmg
betör«:
virli
pn
In* collection
i
g to preach.
W il,
as m j
g r «->S j
.stor, Rev. F. »Shepp;
• I,
toll.
ng tin;
eial exhibit of th«
hurcli; ,
$10,521».5»
J oral o
A
:oll«*et,. d.
$5,SI!
Goo f subscriptions,
20
Total as-cts,
Ot this deficiency, $2,000 was a loan <
leaving an amount t<
raised by collection of $1836.(14. Tira c«d
I«: lions ami Hiiltscnprions «Inriiig tin*
morning an«l afternoon amoiiute«!
72, leaving $8.52.02 still to be rai
At. Mr. Sheppards' suggestion
■ Ir*:<i person immediately subscribed one
•iollai a piece, for the purpose of
Bishop Scott a life me
Cnurch, for which honor tbe Bist
thanks. The collect!o_
' ntinued, aud the cleared amount was
ulin'ist realized.
Dr Dashiell then preached an able
sermon from this text. "F
L-avii
;
y terms,
he I
ted.
one h
»king
•r of Mt. Salem
>P re
the »Son of
i f e that
< ometli to seek and to s
Inch is lost."
Ao, r the sermon the formal deni cat nr
rerun ni«»
«ermon tin* formal dedicatory
w« re conducted hy Dr. Das
bieJI. B slrap He oft feeling too
"ssHted by Revs. »John Fr;
dl to
a^i-te«l by Revs. John France,
A. T. {Scott., T. F. Plummer, H. »Sander
«led
by Bishop Scott.
'•There are
vith the benedic
ti«
i'lions in it" sai«l adrug
ask« «i about I>r. Bull's cough
ir id «lifiicult for me to keep u ,
.f saru»*, for it »ells faster than 1
cents.
li
,,yrup
kV>< F
p o ; .1
FO U RT U EDITION
Cainer»! .lews.
Win. L. Mutige, democratic candidate
for Congr«*»» 1*1 the t wetit\-eight New
York «iUtricf, has withdrawn, aud Epen
«tus Howe, the uational candidate, will
be supported by the democrat«.
Capt, Prett, of the regular army, is
route from the Northwest for Hampton,
Va , with fortv nine Indian children,
gathered from different agencies, to be
educated at the government expense,
!)
en
The mercantile agency of McKillon fo
l s P^««h N**w York, I» r«*p«>rfed flnaiici
a,,y with SU2A,dOO liabilities.
Hon. Samuel J. Tilden ha» given »260
the great Catholic fair now i
gT«*s iö New \ ork, and Hon. Fernando
Wood has given $1On to the same object.
* he receipts ot the fair so far aggregate
. $*>d»000.
| Delegates from various divisions of the
: Ancient Order of Hibernians In Cali for.
ma met at Oakland Sat unlay night, and
declared vacant the offices ofHtate dele
; gate, »ecretury and treasurer, and tilled
the vacancies.
Gen. Wm. W. Dudley, of Richmond,
; lud., has discovered among bis papers
a diary of Pope'»•campaign at Bull itun
com-'which »eitles mstiy «Inputed points in
j the Fitz John Porter case. It has been
placed at the disposal ot the comtnis
»ion.
j (j
At Tole.lo, Ohio, Saturday, t.w
ers, named M , M urphy ;
mley, working iu the .
Excbange building, stepped upo
end «.1 a swinging scaffold ond feel eightv
feet into the cellar. Oonlev was killed
«1 Murphy will die,
phist
I Patrick
Produe,«
le
m.
11
lastaiitly
Flight of Itlurderers.
Nashville, Toun., Nov .3, JS78
It is conjecured htîr«* that the Kogers
*| Ilavwood patty, the murderers of Ed
ward Jackson, wtH ph»l»ahly give Tenues
see the go by en roule West, lor fear of
! a retjuisition for théiu from the Governor
of tins State, for which, however, no ap
! plication has yet been made. The gener
al impression of railroad men, who
keenly
«pmnetn*,is that they
| suu *1 |ern bonier of !«•
I sen ,w » requisition, and that, as many
Persons of their acquaintance live in the
western wilds of Texas they " ill be like-
1 ly to strike a bee line in that direction.
1 q ., » « .
TheAmphi
1 * C *
ic r i i-v
., r
1 01 !ü '' "
âm! 'irine
.appelant
an*
on I lie lookout for the llt*eing
'ill pass along the
avoid the
niH'sse«*
Ä«'w Canti«? Leiter.
New Castle, N«
v. 4.
Cornftt Band
•«■lit from here to the
Townseud
«1 a dele
!• meeting a
•im.g speak i
pitalitv ««f Samuel TowNseud,
> tak«*n by surprise at their
it H a baud.
ui
Hluwiiu tf
i
8aturday night wa
dial quietness.
Iplua
•ven
;
uni
Mins Gertie Burrell of Phil
ill give »elect r
Igs on Friday
'•dirt House for tin*
• ti'of Har«*» Corner l uiou »Sabbath
the (
»School.
Th«* frost of last night produced ice an
inch thick
Workmen nr»* n
th*- old orick at the
Wm. Pcdnck ha
gaged cleaning
ill.
'
i
begun the laying of
pavement, in this city. The
front of Wm. Herhe
on Sixth st
lr«-«ls of lute
*. t has bee
Ml by
exa
«teil per,
ho .1
„lare II fipiai to hriek if not «une
l'e lriek lia. orii,-rs for nearly II
J The steamer Olio is still on dry lauil.
The steamship Ohio passe, I up y.ster
teritay.
. Mr.
left.
Polire
.1l*M *.
I The following cases have been dis]»os
c«l of at the police court since the lust
1
r«*jM>rt :
J , ! - La l ,i|,r ' v '>S™i 17 , 1" nays.
S|s„iwr t„r being
, ilerly, was n„|uired In
, Isaac Whitbauk autl .S:
for the same offense
the same penally.
: i 1 ei'Hm.s 0rai " ary d,u,lks > compieleil the
trunk and disor
pay and
costs,
tel JIazlett,
mre sentenced to
To tin* <
Nugur II«*«* I
|M*litor*»
l*rc
for
III««
»
in.
Sugar beets
; premiuins
conipei it ing
>f Ÿ7Ô, $:»() and s
the
should
n«* sent to the commissioners this week.
Fo,low dirccLious printed «
I strictly,
comiiiisio!H*rs a
Lombard streets, Wilmington.
i.EA IT skv. Com.
circulars,
.Sent by railroad, direct to the
13th aud
:
■ iilvrlai
nient.
On ruesilay evening, \<n . 5tli in the
hirst IVeshyterian Sunday .Sclxail rot
.Market street al
>111,
Ni tiili there will he
1 lit«*rary
entert ainment.
All arc invited.
■ss Helen 1 ><uuidofi'h;
ibfisli
Fh
inter, ai h
fxp
«••i kiit ï
"g to tin p
:eh 1
•an <•«
ii
t the trilling el
>f f.
er.v apjiliejuu..
It pnees
nntmiiN
A farm«
it Uv<*
te, England, gav
fr«
«I her three children. For tin» ifimUy
t h** was arr«Ht,Hil. on i],i,
1
1 that
'hieb licensed
dise,
1
had violated th«* law,
his cart to carry
l\
• reh;
ia
r.d
tant Judge w
pelrad lo line
i hi
heavily.
j
A valualilehor.se, hclongingto Nailer's
Waabingt,
, stables, .
scratch«:»
. D. <' , w;
our«*«i of
-. by K ' !-. ,
Price 6U cent« a bottle.
roman liniment.
^SATURDAY.
I
IS THE DAY WE SELL
U n d e r w
e a i\
OUR VARIETY IS
GREAT,
of
Our Prices Low.
to
WE ASK YOU TO LXAMINK OUR
ladies coats.
,
1
Russel! &. Northrop's*
oetl6.
FIFTH EDITION.
Letter Troua Win. Dean.
For Daily Gazette.
Mb. Editor — I have been informell by
a very reliable and prominent Democrat
that be knew the Liquor League were'or
gauized and had ttmir secret agent« in
every election district in the County
working to defeat me at tbe oomiug elec
tion. 1 cuu stau. I defeat and hi ill live and
bave a reputation at least for independ
ence. Can tbe Democraiic party of New
Castle afford to run in tbe iuteient of the
Liquor League? F«*llowl>einocrats if you
want to be the «lave« and tools of* the
above Het ot men tlieii vole their mon
grel ticket wPh my name left off and
that of a Republican put on in it« place.
»Should 1 be defeated and the balance of
the ticket elected no further evidence
will he required to prove tiiaube De
cratlc party in either a Whiskey Party or
in com ruled by men engaged in that buai
m*HM. Again, let me nay Democrat ex
amine your ticket to-morrow.
Wm Dean.
Mr. Dean ought to know that the
Democratic Party bn» nothing to do with
this matter.—E d. Gazette.
Another Victim oT the Niorm.
Last evening a mau named Neary,
living at Edg.-moor, discover. «! the b.nly
of a mau floating in the Delaware river
in that neighborhood.
Coroner 4 of his discovery, and that of
ficial at once went out to exumiue the
body. It was found to almost tally
with the following deAcription of Capr,
R. L. Robins, of di viding Creek, Sal-m
ty, N. •#., which was left with the
urotn-r by H. P. lteybold several days
;«» : "Name, Capt. R. L. Robin», lias
image of a man or boy picked on
in, aud the initial» K. L. K.
a smooth face and round
a pea jacket, aud a new
tu oil cloth hattlt-d ou
He informed the
tue other; hi
l«:utur«s;
«»il cloth suit, with i
his head, if found t,*l«*ga iph to John
Tubman, Postmaster, Dividing Creek, N.
J.'
The only point« ot difference were that
the bodv only luul an anchor picked on
one of the arms, ami bâti ou a Chester
fiel« 1 coat instead «>f a pea jacket. T
oil Cloth suit ami hat had to he cut fi
bieh was much decomposed.)
Nothing was fourni in the pocket«except j
a pocket knife. Coroner Komi te»e
grap)ied to l*o»tuia»ler Tubman, ami
will hold au inquest some time to-day.
the boilv
CITY MORTUARY.
Darin
were 5W
bodies \
the month of Octoher there
•at lis in Wilmington, and seven
«f« brought here for interiiiuut.
I he deaths are classified as follows:
Adult», 24; minors, 36; males, 36; f. male)-,
33; whit«*», 62; blacks 7; born in the U. S.
M. in England, 1; in Ireland, 2; in G« r
, 2; under one year of age, 14; from
yours, H; from two to five,«;
from tue to ten, J; from ten to twenty.
4; from twenty to thirty, 4, from thirty to
lurty, h; from forty tu lifty, 4; from fifty
touixty, 3; from .sixty to aoveuty, 3; from
Ilility, 4. Of the ahovitUoa'IiH
oust s for the Coroner. Tile
greatest number of deal h» wa» caused by
•mbrancous croup—9. 1
of deaths during October, 1«77,
The mortuary
is as foil«*»» : Total
ri.
mi
The number
• wa« «1.
t of the past week
tuber of death«, I
s, «, minors, H; male», 9, femah-.s, '
; whites, 12, blacks, 2; born in the U. »S.,
n Euylaud, l,iu Ireland, 1,unknown! i
5 year of age, 3 ; from one to
five to ten,3; f
14; adult
lu, i
five V
J ; i
ten I
ty to thirty, 1 ;
forty, 2; from forty to j
xty to seventy, 2: total,
to t
from thirty t
titty, 3; from ;
; f
'
14.
Ehmi'ni. B. Frazer, Registrar, j
A||«*u«llug iliurcli.
L ist evening about forty of the il
h* rs of the M 8. R. A. met at their r
corner of Third and King street», from
wfieti ce th«*y proceeded i
vary J*. E. Church.
nm .
a body to Cal
A very able sermon
i by Rev. Mr. Lan
as preached to the
derbacli, of Philadelphia.
ALL RUSSIANS WISH PEACE.
St. Pktkrsru
» N
says : "All Rusmiuum wish peace, but the
pr«.*»ent aspect of affairs is v«ry alarming.'
I ha Iroluë particularly point»
that th« chief field
tin tied fr
asks
r. 3 —Th«« (John
tbe fact
n-box has been re
o Adrianople,
by, if the rumor« of the
iulvancing are untrue, they are not con
tradicted. An advance on Constanti
nople would be a hostile challenge on the
|»art of Russia. The Recorder's hill can
have one t.
id
army re
dency,iu the opinion of
n, "f«> lead to bribery, cor
d for the purpose of pet
Citizen M;
ruption and l
petuating n«>
Londo.n. Nt
herd.—The Observer , in
-ofiicial paragraph, «ays it uuder
stands the »tatemeiit that the British
applied to otb«?r
;** in en farcing the
Berlin is uufouiui* «i.
a
ruinent h;
st;
treaty of
A COALITION IN CRAWFORD.
Du. City, November 3.—Something of
a sensation was <
in Crawford
'leafed in political circles
count y yesterday hy Ihe
' ing of the Greenbackers with the
nocrats.
Dei
The Greenbackers
Plummer as their candidate li
Republican,
li-Jit i*» Mc(j»«*<*, Democrat, ag
U«*publieau, for Slier ill,
• ought to sign any act passed for the I
repeal ot the Kecorde.'a bill, »ays Citizen
Mason.
retain .
' Congress ;
The next :
inst Apple,
The next» Gov
against Dirk
ern
A NEW BAPTIST
ROM E
CHURCH |IN
Rome
3— American
Baptist»
opened ;
• w enun h here
»-day n«*ar
tin* Vale Theatre. All the E
ministers-, the member» of the Young I
Men's Christian Association, ami tira
Jtev. Mr. Tav lor, at the head of the -
Baptist Mission, took part in the ser
vices.
•gel i cal
An attempt was
an in Woodh
ad«* to rob ti
grave .
n C emetery, I)**
troit, last We«In.'s«lay night. About
midnight two ui* u were discovered after
baring « xhnme.l the body,ami the watch
man firing several shots at themthev He«l
a ,.. * 'i'?". '
.e an 1 wagon standing near hv ;
•ell
of
recognize«! ,ls belonging t«>
undertaker, hut he sa., __
* stöh n. The Detroit say there is "a
iiized RaiiRut gnyo rolilmrs"
at ng in that city.
a
kirn«
II ».rv,
op.
•lames Math«*
'as killed by a train
II,tar I». dRKvillu, Man*., on BaliinUv. it
is ta liMveil ho was drunk at the lime
•i oil ti tirav, *g*d (W year«,and ncar-sijrht
.-.1 and deaf, was killed hy a train at
Newport, K. I., on 'Saturday evening.
The defalcation of Rieiiard J. O'Reiilev
paymaster'* elerk at tlie Uharle-town
(Mas*.) navy yard, foot* up S2.200 He
ahsc.ouded, alle» altemijliog to commit
John Bird, colored, convicted in the
Circuit Court of Elizahw.li City county
\ a., of murder in the first degre«* h w
been sentenced to tie huug on tin* «th of
December next.
The Supreme Court of Michigan decide»
that tlie American Insurance company of
C fn M*c l ldgan ,:O lB0t itS '"'-«»Rment
1 State «Air at Macon, Ga.,
closed Saturday with a running race of
two miles fora consolati '
no» es
The Georgi
014 Purse. Bill
Dillon
iu 3.:.*.
OCEAN STEAMSHIP ARRIVALS.
At New York—City of Richmond, from
Liverpool ; Galilee. from Rio Jatierio ;
Cireastiian, from Glaegow. At Queens
town--Soytlila, from New York. Colo
nel Hoyt's Norristown opinion is tliat
"tbe |>eople care no more for the Record
er'» bill than they do for the lives of the
Colorado potato bugs.
A telegram from Richmond, Ind., »avs
(îen. Wm. W. Dudley, formerly of the
Nineteenth Indiana volunteer», and
brevet brigadier general in Gibbons'
brigade of Rope'» Army of the Potomac,
"has discovered among his papers a diary
which contains daily entries ofthe whole
Pope campaign, and settles many disput
ed points Drought before the FPz John
Porter Commission." The ill ary has been
placed at the disposal of the Commis
sion.
The United »S ates Circuit Court at
Richmond decline» to allow the Dutch
liondholden» to he made parties defendant
to the Atlantic Mississippi and Ohio Rail
road suit, hut in ease of appeal w ill con
sider them parties for that puri>nse.
Judge Hughes dissented.
Article« of association of the Long
Branch Ocean PI* r Company were filed
Saturday In the office of the secretary of
State of New Jersey. The capital stock
is to he $600,000.
W. H. Ruloison, a photographer, fell
from the roof of a three-story building in
»San Francisco, on Saturday, and was
so badly injured that he died soon a f t*»r.
i !:
*w iron stnan'shtj) Juan Mir.biilt
at Roach's shipyard, Chester, Pa., for the
Cuban trade, left. there yesterday morn
ing for New York, oil u trial trip.
R. C. »Spaul« ling, ex navy pay inspector
at San Francisco, has been acquitted of
uttering false navy pay certificate«.
. en Ashton, formerly a well-known
itizen of Lancaster county, Pa., com*
•itted suicide recently in Iowa.
O'
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^DI)V BRUS8ELS,
TAPE8TRY BRU8»SELK,
LOWELL INGRAINS,
«nPirw pi w w ivrat» Â ixro
8U1 INK INGRAINS,
COTTON CHAIN INOBAIN,
H.MYHNA CAltl'KTINGS,
DAVAvif nun v. „
DAiiAhK-UUO, &C., &e.
We ask tli^ «p*clal attention or tli
NEW PATTERNM hi
Also, OH, CIOTHN, (all widths)
LINOLEUM. WINDOW HHAII E 8.
CURTAINS AND CORNICES.
NO f K.—Weoffer a lli eof TAPE8TRY.4
° r 14 celebrated m
,or fk'D per vurd. Tue««e h
good " ,verw,ld lorthe l ,r ' ce -
d warrant them
the best
ako
G. W-orrell,
M.V30MC TEMPLE.
HAT QlAJttKH
David McCloskey
THE *
HATTEli.
Wlti Market Htreet,
(Adjoining Opera House.)
■fiTTbe latest «tyles conMaatiy on hand
ve tit
» call.
cli-ir
V) 6
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r.
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nm
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•A
HATTE P
P
Third Stroet,
iI «mi on« lie
DUNCAN BROTHERS,
214 MARKET ST
1?
Have lust receive!
tine lot of
Table & Pocket
CUTL ERY
lalsomine is, Whitewash,
Kaisommer» ana nou»eReepers wno nav
. or ye , a fv 8 »»een troubled t.y th pe
ü n5,r °îi t ! ie K W h lteWÂHlie<i WHl1 «, can over
c>me this by tbe new proce«» with the pow
dered KalNoinlne prepared in tbe fash/ona
el ebbade» an iLi nt». Mixed with water it
c*n be applie«! by any person with an ordi
nary brush.
Harnple cards ofthe shade» cau be adb
o m tbe agent tor Ibis Hiaie,
JAJIKfr inuiaoiti).
NOIS. « AND » KAMT THIRD HTKEKT
WILMINGTON, DEL
„■.■m
WM. 8. watt,
,«u. 1ÜG9 Market Street
«' * eÙM HER,
«TKA.H A «Ma I'lTTKI*
Pianos, Orgaiiu, Sheet Music,
FOR SALE AT
L hwlier'ii Tin «.If »lor«*,
!¥•. ual Mark«»! Htreet.
Stielt '» Plan oh a apeolalty ; also, good
econd band pianos lor aale and for retit.
Music lessons given in private aud In
L.asses. Terms moderate. inarl
Crosby & Hill,
220 and 222 Market Street.
Will offer on
Saturday Morning,
November 2d, 1878,
0 DOZEN
-
0
(OUOTairs.)
LADIES'
Two Button Kid Gloves,
—IN—
Desirable Autumn
Colors
Sizes Gi to 8
—AT—
25 cts. a Pair.
The Gloves ore strong, being made
of a heavy skin and are specially
adapted to the present
When we say the Goods are Cheap
it but faintly expresses it, as some
of them are worth $1.00.
Wo respectfully announce that
only ono pair will bo fold to each
customer, as wc want 000 of tho
Ladies of this City and vacinity
have a pair of our 25 cent Kids.
season,—
to
CROSBY ^ HILL
22U and 222 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
P. S.—Splendid value and a large
assortment of Cloaks and Shawls.
CROSBY & HILL.
lt *'«:uTe7 > « rnvr
b> the UfMlHtcr that'iT 1 a,M * 'lire
Within fortv fluu.. r r N '
letters,In Nlxnfn,/ m [ r, j ,n «lute
County of New&i? t ? nb,, ®J l| »<'
ROimhavlnK,| Prnfi Tr; e ' n, 'l»irfn K , „
preseiit the same, t, r ablSS i 1 * 1tl,e , H,a '
* at New Ow»tit» tu v * r
afomtald the Uuyandy.^at!,'^ 11 '
*• c. Rl CU.s, lu- Wrl
All noticr
i» y»IK., o, tl.e aZS
heforfc debitier lat twro ÜîlV ï ralor <
Assembly »nch im'ÄÄ A
HPENCER P AKMHTr!c»(j
... N.
'••r
A' 1 «"««. U«l Linn,
the blanchar
Blood & Nerve FO
i»» i>
re CoiicmtriiluJ Uorm i
»•réparai dir«ctlj rr' f, J i
WHKAT
KEKNK
without FermeutaUon,
ol it»
BLOOD, NEUVE AM) hr,
restoring elements |., n tlJ
VltHlISHtlOli.
rdaiui
»tural eJ
Nervous Debiln
which underlies all f<>
euse, 1 » speedily
tili» Food.
ercome by ih*.
••F
IflO
presürlbfU '/'UE i/uAM'i* uir '
AND .VERVE ROOD to ,'iv
all(rum<-lgbu»nmoLiii. u..,
Uirwf J un», lu every ca* u le
Jwen exactly th«t clalmal hy v,a
hy Tar the immt valuable and rêi
1 on le I have ever
En ward Hutton
met with.
MIT». M. I
20 IrvliiK Pl»w,>eiry
F00D^' r ^
DRU
A Substitute For
FOOD is made
a curative awnt by
centmilou an«l artiUdal diK^iion a
I» ho «impie In It» application that T
vice of Physicians is not required.
Thousands of recoveries from ch
d Isen»«« aru
cal «kill has
Many of Uio host Physicians ihrou
the Country are DiHL'AKbINQ DIÏ
and usiug tbe J1LAM'HAKl) BL(
AND NERVE FOOD with the most
trying result», permaueully rellevln
forms or Physical hikJ Menial L»et
Tbe Dyspeptic and Gontuniplive I'a
Itereis from Malarial or Biool P<
tng together with the entire lint of
plalniM peculiar to the Female Sex 8
of till» Food
reported, where
failed.
Uiebeèl
the
lud.
Ntw York, Novembrr 26.1
Dr. V. W. Plancha
past y
pr«*perations of Fôo«i t
say they have met my nu»
expectations, giving to patimi
fee Died by bbxxl poismi,
over drug dosing urn ueeuod uu:i
and nerue lorce.
Prok. CLEMENCE S. Ï.OZIER.M.
Dean of Horn. Med. College and ID
for Women, New York City
»: hurla
I have preNcrlbed your Vi
, 0(1(1 fU-lt
Hundred» of ca««*s of BRIGHT'S
KÄME ol the Kidneys have been ref
cured. For Neuralgic
t*lH«*Hse» It is al most h «pécule Ph
ami Menial Debility train Ui«*us< of,
bol, Onium and Tobacco or from an
uamafde cause, find In this Food a
ral ami potent remedy.
For the INTELLECTUAL Wo
-I Rbeu
riie Hi.AIUIIAKI
Blood and Nerve
affords a certain rand natural mea
supplying the waste of the *>
lux Iron» labor that will enable him
better ami more work than ever d
? ntal strain.
without danger of
A» a remedy for the loss of App«,
want of vigor, physical amt men
children, thin Food has no rival.
«1 OO per Houle, or«for*
SOLD BY ALL DBUGGIO
receipt of pi
Or sent by Express
Andover Tii eo i.oo i ca l M*f> j|
Andover, Mass., MmçMJ
Your Life Fo«kI 1h au excelle ®. m
have no hesitation, after a iborottÿy
ol K, In recommending it 111
chronic dyspepsia and nervous pw
tlon.
Rev. Dr. AUSTIN M®
I» c
THE BLANCHARD F<
receiving such pop '
forlii hi 1
preclallou ih cltsarly , ,
Darn ph let which will be »cm
receipt of 2 j ceuW. Auurt»
dress
Blanchard Food Cur;
S7 I ui,>n Square, \<w ïn
Jy23-dlyeodAw
A GREAT REMIT!
IN PRICES OF
Boots and Slioi
DANIEL. WcGüSKI
îîK» %%■', Second tM<»
J« xettiav In hi* FAL L
Boots ami Shoe«. SinimTJUN lr0
»ell at a OJJJAT 1rriend
tonner prices. Hew is m» #
the public In general to gj'' "
be is determtded ou keeping
GOO I>
GOOD
THEM AT
and selling
low riu CËI
ye27-d «»W3i*
n KLA WA1 î V^aUKkÏ SXR»
ABOVE T11IKD, WILMI-' i<iTUN ''
city to M
lace in die
Tbe cheapest
O'AUrKT
«ireeDo
mabket HT d
wo veil t' 1
DOli«-*»
Henrv
809
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und rawest cuar* e,t e8i

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