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THIRD EDITION I
Paslsral Rercpllsa.
WKLCOMK TO BBV. A. H. KKKiWIN BY
THR CONOEBGATION OP WB8T PHBSBY
T BRI A M CHUBCH.
The congregation aud friends of th«
West Pres'iytenau Church assembled in
goodly uumbors in the Sunday School
room of the Chureh laut evening, for the
purpose of extending a formal reception
to tneir uew pastor, Rev. A. N. Keig
Will
Aft**r an opening hymn and a prayer
by Rev. A. J. Suyter, a brief address
was luatle b.v Charles Iiaird, Esq , who
stated the object of the me* ting, and on
behalf of those present extended a warm
welcome to th*-fr uew
Rev. A S. Snyder
cjugratulating th** congrega'ion upoM the
possession of a pastor who would so ably
supply their spiritual wann* and desires ;
and couiplinieming ih<* pastor upon being
•'ailed upon to lalsjr for a cougiega'iou
so cordial aud appreciative as this
evidently was.
The new pastor responded in appro
priate terms, after «b ct these pre ent
wm« invited to proceed to an adjoining
ami partake of refreshments,which
invitation was promptly accepted The
tables were laden with many choice edi
bles. to which ample jusriue was doue
by ail.
During »he evening City Treasurer
ViUc-n* presented Rev. Mr. K**igwiti
with a copy of his "History of Delaware."
A f» er wards Mr. Keigwin ackm*wle<lged
tlie gift, staling tliatne was a Delawarean
>»y desc lit, as i is mother was one of the
• arl\ se tiers of Wilmington.
Atter the suDjM*r another meeting was
bn fly addressed by
pastor.
followed
, warmly
oue
held,
R**v. f'iiarh s P. Mal'ory, pastor of the
Olivet I'resbjrteriaii Chuicli. Thisclo-»ed
the ex«-rci
hieb wi
of the evening.
Goto Stern for gum clothing and trav
eling bags.
General b nv
ili* assessed valuation of property in
Philadelphia subject to taxation for next
year N *.V»4,JKJlMis4, a depreciation of
S'i^.dTS'JïW sus coni par* m 1 with the assessed
valuuLiuu returned last year.
grand officers of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen met at Chi
caiio \< st**nlay for tlie piirjKise of adjust
ing their losses on account of the yellow
fever. The order w as seriously impov
erished, especially in Tennessee.
I*, r. Keyser, tin* examiner and re
ei-iverof tlie Gennan Nat i mal Bank in
Washington, reports that its liabilities
.c«* and its assets $'J'd4,J50. In
addition to tlie assets .lie |Hiisoiial lialiiii
s are estiiuateilat $lhO. 00.
The Selle w Manufacturing Company
of Cincinnati suspended yesterday. À
member of tlie corfioratioii says it will
probably pay in full.
Henry 1). Meek, the absconding Secre
tary of the Gas Company at Bcllaire,
Ohio, embezzled $10,000.
The
'
The fire in Bradford, Pa., on Thursday
tii^lit destroyed the Theatre Comique, the
Kiddle House ami tw enty o lier buildings,
ks of several oil we Is.
gregate loss not including the oil
is $ 1:18,000. The burnt district
covers five acres.
i«'sides the
Th
*lb
F. zpatrick and Gouthreax, tin* l)e
cratic C riminal and Civil «Slierifls ele>
> Patisli, La., have lieen notified
that seats will be contested by the Citi
zens' candidates. Three of the Citizens'
candidates for City Administrators will
also cou est. the election of their opfio
Hi
«II lei
From fin» inuafl to l k lilltt€te|.
pliia Tor HI.
Cincinnati, November PL—Tbe cum
in Eastward bound passenger
rates, which, it is asserted, have been
secretly cu for three or four months past,
lias finally forced fare-» down to tlie low
e«» figure known for velars. To-day tbe
Atlantic and Great Western Railroad an
nées New York and Philadelphia
tickets at $1 each; Pittsburg tickets,
$2.75, with the fares to some
pointa in Ohio at a nominal sum.
Fafal f-nlining Accident.
Rich mond, Va., Nov. 15.— -A. A. Deit
1 ' K. a prominent merchant and post
111 aster at Maniken, Goochland county,
Ya.. while hunting to-day shot liimseli
accidently, and is supposed lobe morialiy
wounded. His brother about two
*-'o committed suicide. Deitrick
highly connected.
the
soon
and
the
J»e it
lto
of
drnt
the
had
tue
common
years
vas
a
( oll» K lll<*«1.
T wo fine colts, the projierty of Mr.
Ilenry Murray, who resides, on the Elk
l road near tlie Maryland line.
' the P. W. & B.
Monday last and instantly
wen*
into by an engine
railroad
kiled.
ru
b
John I Davenport Is a lucky Gove
ment official. II#* is a salaried clerk of
the United «States Circuit (.'ourt, a United
States Commissioner, a
m
Supervisor of
'»•ral hundred
and he claims to
s private projierty the list of voters
that he publishes.— N. Y. Sun.
Flections, a referee
in s
stum House, i
The citizens of Halifax
•e vieing with
tli<- military and naval authorities in
their préparions to welcome Lord Lome
and tiie Princess. »Street arches will be
erected, and barges constructed and de
corated for tbe reception.
Russell k Northrop
—CAL
SPECIAL ATTENTION
To their line of
BLACK
CASHMEREB1
At the following prie s :
35, 371, 45, 49, 50, 55, 58, CO
65, 70, 80, 90, $1.00
$1.12|, $1.25.
The majority of these numbers
!d (of me past thirteen months with sat
isfaction, toa multitude of customers
an evidence, would stale with pride
that we cannot call lo mind a single in
stance where a purchaser has made com
plaint, either In regard to wear
of color.
We are making a 8PECHL EFFORT,
tills Heason In nur CLOAK
DBPATMLNT.
ha
change
LAPIES& CHILDREN'S COATS
In stock and made to order at short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed We
respectfully solicit
early Inspection.
RUSSELL & MIIITIIROr
>
306 Market «Vtreet.
OCtl6.
FOURTH EDITION
Ht f ohn N R Now re
ht.johm,. H.Nor. is.
A terrible accident occurred last night
at Peel Station, ou the New Brunawfck
Railway, a narrow gauge line which run«
froin Gib*»on, opposite Frederic»«», to
Edmuuhtun. with a brauch to Fort Fair
Held and Caribou in Maine. Th« «xpree.
- ,, . . .
from Gibnou lim I reached Peel, sixty
»even mile, up the line, at eightP.M.,
and there being no naiweuaep. was nas
amitnere nemgno unetengera. »a. pa»
mug I hat "tall un without «topping. The
train coniDU-dtf baggage aud stocking
and firm class passenger cars.
kbhci I no THR VICTIMS
n>HL I*u TIUTIBS.
He and othera immediately went to the
reecue of the passengers in the burning
car, and every effort was ma le to save
them. .Some managed to escape by break
u»g tlnough tbe windows, others were
dragged out by main force, while others,
in the extremity of their agiiny, strug;
^le<l sgiiiust their rescuers and perished
ui the tl nues, lu a short time the car
and nil that remained within it were
cou-uuied, a few bones onlymarkiug their
r. mains. *
Terrible Railroad Disaster
A Train an lise Hew Bruaswlsk
Rail wav Tlirawn sftke Track
CKOHSBfl A HRIDGB ON THI SLEKFBHS —
PKB< IPITATKD DOWN AN KMBABKMBNT
AM) A CAR BUHNE I»— HKVBUAL LIVES
LOST—A PROVIDENTIAL ESCAPE AND A
TIMELY RESCUE.
LIST OP THE KILLED.
Tin* li-t of the dead is as follows: —
Isaac Hacker, store ke* per, Foit Fair
field, Me., burned to death.
Nehetuiah Perry,store keeper,Presque
Isle, Me., burned to death.
Chari**« II*-at tie, newsboy, Frederic
ton, bui ned to death.
Miss <'u»hu)ttu, Auburn, Me., burned
to death.
Mis. Lo* ie, Grand Palis, died of In
juries.
J.
;s Turner, died of injuries.
T1IK WOUNDED.
The injured are are
Conductor Yerxa, badly.
Miss l)iall.
R. M. Dow, brakem iu.
K. I). Clark, express messenger.
»lames Montgomery, F lore nee ville,
bully.
Daniel Kinney.
Alfred Kinney.
John Hamilton.
John Lovely.
•I oh .j Keenan, Boston
Levi Sears, Fo.t Kent, Me.
It. Raymond.
As Tliv iruin isissvj ili« s'a'iou lb«* bxc
gag« muster throw out « t,mulls of vr«in
begs ft out the ear, intending to tlrow
them on tbe (ilatforin instead of reaching
the top of tlie i.latforin they struck its
side and iKMiitded back bem-a'li the car
whetds where fh**v w«r« «.ui
dramedYor some dtatanee the ears ,u
all» having the rail and running aerosa"
a unall br.dgM on the sleepi rs. The in
stant tli«* bridge was crowed the cam up
m t, decame dis o nected from the en
gm and rolled uuwu au embankment of i
fift> feet IiirIi to the river, turning with
g veioclly t .ree ori^our limes.
" 1
A TKHM1HLP. «CENS.
Tin* instant the first class car readied
the level ground it wasseeuto lie on tira,
aud although there was plenty of help
the flames made such rapid progress
that it was almost impossible to render
any effective assistance to tho*e who
were struggling in their fiery prison. W.
T. Whitehead, of Fredericton, was stand-!
arÄÄSÄi'c
HELP POR THE SURVIVORS.
Tbe news spread like wildfire through
the neighborhood of the disaster, and
soon many willing hand* w«>re at work
removing and caring f* r the wounded,
and within half an hour all were com
fortably housed. Nothing couM exceed
the kindness aud hospitality of the
dents.
be
STORY OF A SURVIVOR.
W. T. Whitehead, civil engineer, of
Fredericktou, gives a very vivnlaccount _
of bis escape. He says:—"I was in the
drnt class car, with some ten or twelve that
others,when tb** acculent occurred When
the car left tlie rails i knew something
had happened and sprang for the door. I a| 'd
Just as the car was toppling over 1 ,
shr.ing ahead of it down thi hill, fortu- !
nately lighting under a small mound of '
made four revoiutîon» T 'h tore ueUinS*^
tue bottom ^ *
lliolf
ly
Mr.
er
ject.
d;iv

MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.
"I was not stunned or injured, except
a slight bruise on tin- nose. ' Tuesmoking
< nt down the hill about one hundred
and filty feet above the Ii
The engineer, Davis, the firemen and
—./self run down the lull immediately,
and w lien we got to the car found it right
side up. We went lo opeu the door, and
dragged out some fUeor
class car.
en persons.
One girl, about tweiveyears otage, clatn
b r. d oui of me window and did
a scratch.
not re
»She is a nice of Mist
. who is anion* tin* killed.
Cush 111«
iZKI) FROM THE I I
IMEH.
"This lady
•as almost re
•d whe
lid fell back int
she violently rule >
the ffames.
Mr
the vic
frantic, and being a powerfully »milt
man, reai>ted ad ertorts to draw him
through the wnii
was not heard of at ail.
that lie wa* asl<
was instantly Kill
one ot
, wai almost saved, but he i
ti
w
of
It
w
the
dow. The hoy Beattie
It is supposed
ear the stove aud
a:
A HU EN K THAT RAFFLES DESCRIPTION.
"Wb
smoke were through it, from end to end.
Mr. Hacker never spoke, and it is pre
e.d inuit. have l>c»:n killed before the
car reached the bottom of the incline."
Mr. Whitehead adiLs that neither tongue
dequately describe the ter
haracler of the scene.
I got, to the car the fire and
nor t
rihle

Baltimore postoffîce. I have been
ing Keller's Roman Uniment for rheu
matic pain, aud it has acted like a charm
«ind 1 do not hesitate to recommend ir in
strong terms. E. B. TYLKB,Posm<tM*»r.
WM. B. SHARP,
4lls l\l) .11 Allis KT STS.
NtW DRESS GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
CoFd & Black Silks.
Direct from the Importer.
C10THS L CASSIMERES.
me largest stock we have ever offered.
Also a full line of
no
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
From 3 lets to §2,00 per yard.
> WM. B. SHARP,
4th AND MARKET STB. 7
nov»
Nhcrir» Haie«.
At the hotel of Alexander Maxwell,
Middletown, on Thturulay, the follow
ing realeetata belonging to K T. Perry
W ^o*° l f .-M rÀppoqul..n..nk
Hundred containing IW »er «, Improved
with a large brick mamdou house, three
frame tenement houses, etc. Z. Poole,
purchaser; price, $16.600.
,, No - 2 A tra<ctof land situated in 8».
George« Hundred, containing .120 acre«
of upland and mar*di, improved with a
^VÄ^ortV«
n 0 . 3. A lot of land situated on Main
street, Odesia, improved with a double
frame dwelliug, stable, etc. L. Q. Van
'""l *i;°%
liiere were aLio offered at the name
plaça and time, three tracts of land be
longing to Wilson E. Vaudegrin, No». 1
u " : 2.ofwhl0h—ia«2 acre farm and a IM
», :r „ £ tm »Ituatad in Si. Georg« Hun
dred— were withdrawn. No. It. A tract of
laud also in 8c. George's Hundred, con
taining 140acres, wan hold. J. T. Khali
P urc Jj." M,,r i pnoe, $2 800. Nos. 1 and
were offered together, subject to a
mortgage of *10.000.
ShenffGrubb on Wednesday sold at the
hotel of Joseph Kidd, in Delaware City a
farm in Red Lion Hundred with a three
story frame dwelling hume, brick barn,
out buildings and two tenant house con
taming 246 acres of land, the property of
Anthony Keybold, to George F. Jirady
for $17,500 J
m m ~ _
„ *'*•*«' [*"■ """« ,
Onlu^ U» 1 Kdwart BriMbun",
Ji.. uithj. B. ( lark-mm, of the WJlmlng
; 1 < "»Ugn IIou^pMjBd Mllftird nu
wa y,dow n toPraukford on a gun
mug <-x|«ditloii. Th«y want Ina gunning
car especially tilted up by Mr. Bringlmnt
and kept for the purpose. In contain» 2
I.. .I t.uiniu ..ii.i i i.. . „ c .
. .. ,. ' a ^ until foi pm
isinus, a cooking stove aud apparatus,
a dog kennel and bed«, ehalrs, tables
water clout, water cooler, and all the
appurtenances of a first class small-linusr
Ills run off on a siding and the sports
men live in it while on their expedition.
looking il up while out. and using il as a
i.iuou Tf .aiui.io.wu. .. ... i.
1 8 ,u . Im days at a tinu*. It
is a very convenient and comfortable ar
rungeim-iit.
Brin
FIFTH EDITION,
On this expedition Messrs,
glnirsl and Clarkson will be gone
it a wcuk.—J iilford XeinH.
al>oii
iiHlemfnl at l.ong Rranrla —
Nii|)|>oMi*il llealh fro
Frier
I'rllow
Rvt) Bank, X. J., Nov. 15. There ir
great excitement at Long liraucli oves
what is apparently a death from yellow
?; wr ' UeiO»mln Wooley, of Norfolk,
V»., xrrived tl,«.e Sunday to atteint tlie
un. ial of 1,1s brolier, Jt». Woolley, a
well-known Wasliingtnn-market mer
chant, who died suddenly on tba Friday
before On Wednesday last. Beniamin
,, , V . ,lts f , "J®" 1111
VHS ,,ul(le,ll y tak, ' n 111 «'J Jle*l I" » *«w
"" rs *,' Ul what ** U°.W pronounced to be
y*B°w fever, lie having contracted the
»courge before leaving home. His re
UBDins were privately buried to-day at
Long Branch, the funeral service being
pleached after their interment. At 1
dock to-day a dfitpatch wa, received
Iidhi Norfolk announcing tbe deatli of
Woolley, a son of tlie deceased,
occurred this morning from yellow
fever. This is tbe fourth sudden death
in the Wooley family in seven months.
J,,s.
which
-
VI liolewitl«* IH*»<'hnrge of Paient
flflire < lerl.*.
ÄiÄsirÄr::
this blow, by saving that the contingent
fund for tlie entire fiscal year is already
used up and he has ho more fuuds for
temnorary employees He will try, how
ever, to retain the day laliorers. Tlie vie
thus of this swoop complain that the new
commissioner is cleaning out tlie office
to make room for htfcown hungry friends
who are sitting ou the steps, w aiting to
be let In.
There is a rumor atloat tliat Collector
_
Tutton is to walk the plank shortly and
that Governor Hartranf. is to be made
collector of the port of Philadelphia.—
Tutton was mousing about tbe treasury
a| 'd the Whit« House to-day viewing the
landscape o er.
m ^ -—
Dying of II 3 <lr»ph»bla- eacli
Samuel Hartl.olf, proprietor of the Bun- the
nvside Hotel G u»t«*ubiirg, died yesterday w
»ÄÄsÄJ; Ä
Iiotel, a dog approached him, ami Bar
lliolf began to play with the dog. Sudden
ly the animal turned ou him and fasten
edits teeth in his lip. The wound was
cauterized, and no evil effect was feared)
from it until last ru*sday morniug. Then
Mr. Hartholt complained of a pecular
nervous sensation, and the sight of wat- are
er made him tremble. I liese symptom»
ende.d in coiivubiou, and he made a
noise like barking, aud bit at every oh
ject. within ids reach. He continued to all
agony until his d* ath
d;iv morning. The dog that bit hi
a» "largo.
«utter grei
'•ster
isyet
Turml auil F
a I h e r * «| l»j
l
II omen
Cincinnati, Nov. 15.—Mr-,
w ife of a leaf ling mercliaut : M
wile of th*j Count v Clerk,
Wilcox, the wife of the ('
bind, the
i. Brown,
nul Mrs.
Super
ior, are under arrest at Oweg^o, Mich., !
ir aiding in the tarring and feathering
of I ngersoll, the editor,on Monday night.
It wa.-.al first thought that the outrage i
w as perpetrated by m* n in female ap
parel, Du» it turns out that many of them '
were really women. Those arrested oc
cupy high social p initions. The exami
nation is set down for Monday.
the
I
TEN" DOLLARS KOH A KISS.
Buffalo,
N
. 13.—I u th
County
„ . Huit of Mrs. Juliet
bohraigle against C. W. Barr, both of
C'sllins, Erie County, f.
Court yesterday the
$1.500 damages
for asiaua and battery in k.Hsiug the
plaintiff'with furoe, was tried. Addition
al interest was at Uch-d to the case by
the tact the plaintiff is about 20 vears
o d, married, «omely lookiug, and' was
loriuerly a doin- stu: In tlie defendant's
ly. The defendaut is over 70 years
old. The jury gave the plaintiff $1()
damages.
i.
CHOKING.
John S. Macklin was wa
. Ä . nfortuoate
as to have a piece of beef he attempted
to swallow, stop just before it entered
the stomach. This occurred on Thurs
day morning last, since which time ho
has eaten nothing aud suffered conside
rably from pain and a sense of stricture
in the lower part of his chest — Seien.
Seriously Iujur*-<|.
Morris Dunbar, residing near Elk ton
was thrown from Dis wagon on Thurs
day afternoon last, and sustained
internal injuries. He i
An Kliganl Extract.
From yesterday's N. Y. Herald
"Not once is the foot of orator}' thrown
into the air in the exuberant spirit of
can politics."
evere
recovering.
can
MURDKK IN CECIL COUNTY.
On Wedneedey inonilof lart. »oo«t
eight o'clock, ou the f *rin of W. T.
Beck«, tenanted by Enoch Rickard«,
half-way between Warwick and Cccllton,
c«ci| county. Md., Medford Watteie,
colored, »ged about seveutoeu year«, «hot
«* «•£ '^cu"
«bout t*eiiiy. I »»♦>
took place in a corn n**Ia, al our tu«
public road, «fher- Witten and Wbtl y
with a number of while and colored men
Werft euuaged in husking coin. The
„„„der^r «rid his vie lin bad beeu good
#,...,,1. » _ ( rH<V ii lv been attending
Ä
moral», and wheu they be*auqtiarrei-
lug about the six« of tbe ihotfka lu tbe
neld, their c >uipan on» regarde 1 the
matter a-of 1 tile Cooaeque. .. Whaley,
la said to have preserved an even
u il wlwn Witieu tlirr* » »tune
,n, t ef the«eT. Z
»I ! "» did not Consider the act a grate
violation of the inendly feeling that had
been existing between them AfbirWat
t«r» had thrown tbe • oue, he started to
ward a ►mall house, occupied by color» d
people, acioM tbe road, about two buu
dwS v L r da awav where it. la auDDoaed
0 y anl ® a " a '» wner« u is suppose
be ae.*ured a pistol. Returning to Jbe
Weld, he renewed the quarrel ana at OliCe
drew a pbtol and diacharged it a: Wha
ley. Misslug him lie Dr. d aspi ii. Thii
wai a fatal shot. The ball cn'ered the
i* fl breast of Wl aley j Uô t above Hie
n : nn i ( , M'»,« wounded imt i •uroed
n, PP ,e - . 1 n " wounneu iuhi .uneu
toward the other peisons in the field and
said: *'I hellve Medford lia» »hot
mefell to the giouud a.idtxpired
| u , lau ., y .
Watters fled, but «a, arrriaUd last
e v«,,| ug , j u GWeitoau, Kent County,
Md ai.U locked In jail,
,, „ , ,, ,, ,
Henry M. Hayer., of Ocillon, Md.,
) 1:u , recently been the author of several
|„,rged notes, some of which besold. Mr.
K. W. Lockwood, of Middletown, hsd
City .another. The two latter were signed
I,v Wm - T - Ulark. a well-ioelo farmer
l""'} '}*, u - t ! , V 1 ,n ' " u, '
lur luirty-Xwo aud tlnrt>-fight dollars,
r ,. M j, P ctiv»*ly. Another note sigiifd !*y
FORGERIES.
urehased one from him
rnzer, a store k
d «Î. Bpnnce
p**r a' Chesapeake
Mr. Widiatn G. Ktlmriviirton, living
Cecil ton, he had attempted to sell in
Galena, Kent county,
The forger tied to Philadelphia on
Thursday night, aud has not yet been ar
f tinted.
• it
Ki'litrleil Finding of* Nti-wurlN
I tody.
The New York Times of yesterday con
t ai ned tfce following :
The Time,s ha« official permission from
tl,« h|gh«t «uthonU« oonn«oled w.th
tli« Stewart bodvematcitiig case to nm««
public tlie fact-whicb it baa known for
î"'' < ' ra , ^"yf—tbut not only lias tb« body
^IseoTered ^ ea^î^comnlet* 'evi"
i < V nco J en<1 - w ^ * v complete evl
dence has beeu secured, sufficient beyond
all cavil to senti each one of tlie thieves
to State Prison and an oiMeer of the law
l*ohLsev«rYinaiiinhisgrasp,oiilyawaiL
lo 8 the signal to drag him to prison.
Here's more bad news for the Gas
Companies. Edison, tlie inventor, has
recovereU from h!s reoent illness and is
.... , ..
w ^kmg diligently at bis electric light in
shop at Menlo Park, New Jersey. A re
. , % . , , , , . . , ,
about his having abandoned las electnc
liglit experitnonts, Mr. Edison said:
rirr«irT.rss.,va[
Î 111 a * r ® a( *5 r 8ure the liglit will
w,u ,nuch cl| eaper tlian gas. I have
,,ow '°W you that I *am putting up a
brick building, 125 f»*et long, to practical
ly demonstrate tbe utility and economy
,,f my discovery. Tlie building will be
dred-horse power boiler and an engine of
iwrter of the New York .Sun visited him
there on Thursday. In reply toa ques
completed within two weeks.
Mr. Edison then showed the reporter
through his new building. He lias a hun
eighty-horse power. With this engine
He says he will start iu with 2,000 lights,
He will use telegraph poles, with arm»
* * '
across the tops, placing fifteen lights on
eacli arm. The lights will be run across
the plateau far out into the woods. _
w jh also put tliem in all tbe bouses
»roundthek, tose« how the women folk
bandle them. Tlie main object is to as
certain how many electric jets, each
equal to one gas jet, can lie obtained
from a one-horse power,
■■■■ ■
The candidates for Attorney-General
though the appointment is a year ahead,
are springing up quite plentifully—
Mewr*. Robinson and Faynter of Sussex,
Mr. Pennington of Dover, ami Messrs,
Gray and Cununing» of Now Castle are
all mentioned iu that connection.— Neva.
Mr. Edison purposes to liglit Menlo Park.
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We ask the special attention or those
I furnishing to our NEW PATTERN« In
CONFINED ST /LEB of
BODY BRUSSELS,
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS,
LOWELL INGRAINS,
SUPERFINE INGRAINS,
COTTON CHAIN INGRAIN,
Smyrna carpetings,
DAMASK-RUG, &c., &o.
AUo, OIL CLOTHS, (all widths)
LINOLEUM, WINDOW SHADES,
CURTAINS AND CORNICES.
ho
NO TL.--We offer a lire of TAPE8TKYS
of a celebrated make and warrant them
lor Rl.ikj per vard. These a
goods ever sold for the price.
tlie best
C. Worrell,
MASONIC TEMPLE.
WM. S. WATT.
No. 1009 Market Street
plumber,
STEAM A «ASfTTTKP
••Old
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CROSBY Æ HILL
Invite sp eial »tteutioo (o tfielr »took of
LADIES CHILDREN'S
CLOAKS,
I
Which is largs, and offered at prices
which must prove satisfactory to the
most economical buyers.
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Crosby & Hill,
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Invite special atteutlon to their »took of
BLimmimm
Wülci» they are now selllnj at very
low price«.
Crosby & Hill
of
of
Invite special attention to their stook*of
Hosiery,|Gloves&Underwdar,
As they bave an I
mens« ass irtment at
WONDERFULLY LOW PRICES.
CROSBY 4! HILL.
Invite special attention to Uielr stock of
Silks, Caslimeres,
Shawls, Skirts, &c.
Which are offer«*«l at EXTREMELY LOW
PRICE B.
Bargains in Every
Department.
Strictly One-Price ana
Perfectly Reliable*
CROSBY&H1LL
In
220 and 222 Market Strikt,
WILMINGTON, DHL.
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Addreu. 1.01 IN ItAMiERAl«
M Inlrnu and Attorneys at Lass, Ulf*
• Mlilnafon. 1). C.
the. H \ 4 >'
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Chief Juebei
K If S. bill
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MTU AB8T1KEKK SRi^HifUL
UFEW.
There is a curious »tory »hont son*
wince which m e estensively advenaed
days, and have only recently t>r?n pti
tb« market. Dr. Underhill, the weii
grape-grower of Croton Point, died i
Some of his heir» eniertain-l '.em|
view» of «uch e*treme k n«i, ih i thi
illing to allow the s'
hand to be sold or ar
The grapes have sometim' » bc*n
il sometimes left t > (1
lt is only now t s*. i::eo
k if W !
market,
the vines.
have succeeded i
of the c»taf Ä and the
hand. Among the ei • r.**«
of described as n " k •
but »uggesiing i'lc In pc:-.î
man any other l ur- " y n
wholly unlike ary et' r
growth. Its pun tv, »p
remarkabl**. and bo*h j'l v f .
fane
ilr of tl • v |
:ft'l
have a spec a!
oldest native wine no 1 1
sidrrahle
hands of t
house of the Ihurber*.
Nov. /ÿ, rf/7
Thewl
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The above «peeks t" h
add (hat this i« th. pure ju
neither dnfftJ. Ul»°rd '
has been ripened and inelluved ■
fcr medicinal or sacramental purp*
»surpassed. It can be obtained fron
th« leading Druggists througboi
United State«, and at »holrsale Iro
«ndarslgncd, who will lorwsrd ^
punphlat. free of charge, on applieat c
Re«pectfullf. etc..
fl. I. à t- B- THURBER A
Wmt Draaivcii, M' >lmix " '
. f the
1 at ned;
New-Yoi*.
rpUk ABTXÜABM BAIVKO« B»'J
S02 MAKKETSTHKKJ.jJ
IXCOBHOEATXD
retularly maps lu A P r '„ï L wr»«"|
wheu dlvldeud, » r "
re aooounted as dewwIU- lw J
deposits oomporud Uielr lut«» 1
each year.
manaueks.
W. Haslinx», I
Edward Pusey, I 2™; l , s
AP.thOM WJ; presld 1
Q S^i 8 'v CAP ^taMi5?
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PUBLIC MO
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SPOfllTORY OP THE
OF THE
FtNANOIALAUENTB^
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Paid up Up«* 1 '
Disoounl days, Mouctsys sn d T t ' ur *
at 10 A. M.
Clement B. Smyth»
KWcConsN
Dunlel J * mc *, Kdwarf i Betls
"i RKOT Ä. V"
Kll Oarrett.
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P RK œTÏ0Â^ATCH«AK
c And dealer in
ALRBI0A5
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clocks,
AS pS»l
£*
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8PSOTA Äa Ä bWAB6 ,
„0. SOB MARKET STREET
WIMH»® 10 "' " !|»irii
p»rtloal»r»uentI°n PJ> 1 , nglns „nie»
ion«l»nlly on buid. 1Md w &n
jsssmi asKft — prl
leio-' 7
"PONDEB A TO WllElD' 1
I Wholesale and «" ku ,l C0J
LEHIGH AND SOHO <„, ,
i Ä
*2tN. B - we maiwnlf* a*"* i 1 ! I n
ttiaud prompt Jel.T«y' novl-1.
Mo. by telephone.

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