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(fcasette.
(EsTsausato tn 1784.)
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♦IS Msastv Bt., Wu.rn.OTCW, Pet.
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WU.M1NUTON, SATURDAY, SEfT. 10.
DKMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FDR GOVERNOR,
CHARLES C. »TOCKLEY,
of Sussex County.
»OR REPttBSENTATIVE IS CONGKESS,
CHARLES B. LOBE,
Of New Castle County.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR STATE SENATORS,
DR. 8WITHIN CHANDLER.
ALEXANDER B. COOPER.
FOR REPRESENTATIVES,
HENRY M. BARLOW.
GEORGE H BATES.
ROBERT C. JU8TI3.
WILLIAM COOCH.
A. N. SUTTON.
W. A. COMEGY8.
DR. JAMES V. C RAW FORD.
COMMISSIONERS,
EDMUND HA MAN, Mill Creek Hundred.
JOHN T. CHE A 1RS, Red Lion Hundred.
JAMES H. MACKEY, White Clay Creek Hd.
SERECK F. SH ALLCROSS,St. George s Hd.
JAME8 T. TAYLOR, Appoquiuimink Hd.
GEORGE C. ROTHWELL, Blackbird Hd.
FOR LEVT C'OUl
FOR SHERIFF,
PURNAL J. LYNCH.
FOR CORONER,
FRANK E. SMITH.
TOR ASSESSORS—WILM1NOTON.
JOSIAII McCALL, Northern District.
IIEWSON E. LANNAN, Southern District
Jersey.
making
loan
late
nically
denly
said
that
The
A Grand Hucceas.
The Democratic ratification
ïling In
the Grand Opera House, last evening, was a
complete success, in every particular.
It is seldom that
audience of such va»t
proportions, and yet of such a quiet,
orderly and attentive disposition is gathered
under one roof. Not only was strict atten
tion paid to the remarks of the speakers,
but the great bulk of the audience remained
until the last word was spoken and the meet
lug was at an end.
Iu respect to speakers the meeting was
peculiarly fortunate. They proved able ad
vocates of Democratic doctrine, aud, uulike
the orators at the Republican ratification a
few nights ago, represented the whole party,
aud not a corrupt ring or faction.
The character of the meeting was also a
matter of congratulation. It was composed
of earnest, thoughtful, iatelligent men, who
came to hear the issues ot the campaign
fairly discussed, and that the sentiments
uttered proved acceptable to them w
attested by their genuine ami hearty ap
plause.
The meeting was a most auspicious open
ing of the campaign. It drew the vote
the city together, brought them face to face
with their candidates, and gave the
opportunity of listening to the remarks of
some of the ablest
speeches were bright, eloquent and inter
esting, and presented the Democratic situa
tion in no uncertain tones. They not only
endorsed the Democratic candidates, but
enlarged upon the «leclaratious of the Demo
cratic platform, and squarely arrayed the
party iu favor of local improvements, good
government aud good schools for all people,
but forever agaiust the policy of mixed
school», which orators of the Republic
party openly advocate for the purpose of
securing and retaining the negro vote.
Elsewhere appears a full and detailed re
port of the meeting, with carefully prepanxl
synopses of the remarks of each speaker. It
only remains for us to express our gratifies
tlon at the entire success of this preliminary
gathering of the Democracy, and give voice
to the sentiment of coming victory that
pervaded the minds of all who were
present.
nary
the
lies.
oath
dent
IH»iL
to
way
ol
but
•f the State. Tin
the
is
of
Wk hope the morning organ
stands that Mr. Stock ley 's
tion of his official connection with tlie
Sussex county railroads w
t ne, and only
v under
resit?
ttenu
altB acceptance by the dlrce
tore in regular session. Wc cannot imagine
what point it expected to gain by its atti
tude on this question—hut still, it doc. not
matter, as its entire course in the present
campaign is equally incompréhensible.
It must have been a
;al pleasure to
those who attended the Democratic ratiiica
tlon meeting to hear
of in term« of affection aud praise. At Re
publican meetings the regulation argument
is to abuse Delaware an«l her institutions
little State spoke
without stint, but Democratic orators arc
ever proud to speak for the honor and glory
of the Diamond State.
" Democratic advertisements do not
;etlng every
carried
advertised
speakers were present, and in all respects
the affair exceeded even the most sanguine
expectations of those concerned iu its
agement. It was a glorious success.
" lie," aud at last night's
thing " promised
out to the
the hills "
letter. All the
We MUHRENjpEK the greater part of
space, to-day, to a full and comprehensive
report of last night's ratification meeting,
and
, therefore, compelled to abbreviate
the regular departments to
extent. However, we have
considerable
apology to
offer for crowding our columns for such a
lauduable purpose.
The British team m
at Creed moor, yesterday, and
men must for once admit the superiority of
the English marksmen in a target contest.
•ored another victory
home rill« -
iiiirs
Kok
It is lmpudeucc and Impertinent - « of the
most coIom. 1 kind for the morntu(f organ
to speak of anyone as a '"ban
In the same breath with Hf,«
question raised
Ires tient of Ci
me man
ence to a
■d perfect
llTflD#» the mom
I#a«„ lly affront to
atenT^taed eelioeW
,1
row
M
ing organ desire to
the distiugi^jliMxNl
It la time for it to learn that here In Dela
know of but one "handsome mau,"
will
ware we
and touching the subject of personal beauty
m> fnf idious remarks can be silently per
The speeches at the Opera House last
night upon the School question had
certain sound. The best schools obtainable
for even' child in the State without regard
to race, color or previous condition, but with
the blacks an d whiten separate, has the true
ring about it and voices the universal senti
ment of the people of the whole State.
Mixed schools cannot he thrust upon the
people of Delaware by Republican fanatics,
simply because they will not be given the
opportunity to do It.
«111
at
a
no un
TUE MlIRKIftO HIIMMAKY.
Tlte Tariff Commission gave public hear
ings yesterday In De. Moine*.
Johti W. Gilpin, aged 81 year., died yes
terday iu Baltimore from drinking tinc
ture of aconite In mistake for whisky.
Captain Oliver 8. Peace fittally shot him
self on Thursday, while cleaning a loaded
a boat near Kirk ville, New York.
Charles Moseley was yesterday struck aud
latally injured by an engine while walkiug
the railroad track near New Haven, Con
necticut.
Patrick Markley was killed yesterday
morning at Nesquehonlng, Penn's., by the
fall of a hoisting ear. canned by the breaking
of a rope.
The husiuess men of Syracuse, New York,
have appoiut;*d delegates to present their
iutereeU at the State Conventions to meet in
that city ami Saratoga.
The internatiouai rifle match at Creed
moor euded ywt<*rday iu a victory lor th«'
British team. The total acorn <if the two
«lays' ahuotiug was : British, 1975; Aineri
can», 1805.
The British war steamer Phumix of 1,130
tons burden and carrying »ix »runs i»
inshore at East Point, Prince Edward'*
Inland, and will probably be a total wreck.
Her crew are safe.
■ :
The report of the loss of the steam yacht
Nellie, with 14 lives, in I^ake Wlnnlpiseogee,
The yacht anchored all
proves untrue,
night a few miles from Weirs, and her party
landed all rhrht yesterday tin truing.
William M. Suyder, injure*! by the rail
way accident near Mount Carbon, Henna.,
Thursday night, died yesterday morning
in Reading. Patrick Phillip«, another of
t he Injured, had one of his leg*
on Thursday night.
Our total exerts of petroleum during
05,128,318, against
til
puta ted
July, 1882, were valued at
$4,084,801 during July, 1881. The petrol e
exporte lor the seven month« which ended
July 31bt last, were valued at $27,247,410,
against $24,227
period of 1881.
Acting upou a decision of his Bishop,
Anglican minister in Quebec has refused to
marry a resident ofthat city to his deceased
wife's aibter, the minister taking the ground
that '
valid, it d*ms not cuiHj>el any clergy man to
perform the ceremony."
Ex-Tn*asurer W'ina
Jersey. ye»te.*day pleaded " nou vult " to an
indictment lor niiscouduct in otilce, by
making a false entry of $17 in the temporary
loan account. It is claimed that the entry
ade by a clerk at the direction of the
late Auditor, but that the Treasurer is tech
nically responsible.
Wellington, caalder of the Manufacturers'
National Hank, of Troy, New York, sud
denly resigned yesterday morning, and S.
as appointed in his place. It is
said that Wellington lias lost more than
$100,000 by Wall street speculations, and
that he is "Indebted" to the bank $15,000.
The bank has a
,ik)l «luring the corresponding
hlle the law renders such a marriage
of Newark, New
a
a
ap
face
of
but
the
of
re
It
rplus of over $100,000.
Tin; eleventh Mexican Congress meets at
Citv of Mexico to-day. At a prelimi
nary iifbetlng yesterday, Senor Rubio was
elc«'ted President
Dubian President of the Chamber of Depu
Boranda yesterday took tin
the
>f the Senate, ami Senor
Se
lies.
oath of office as Minister of Justice in Presi
dent (ionzalcb' Cabinet.
The United State6 steamer Dispatch, with
'resident Artltur ou board, arrived at New
IH»iL yebterday afternoon, from Vineland
Haven. Tlie Dtepatch arrived in the Eaht
river, it being Ux> rough to go around to
Newport Harbor. The President rode to
town iu an express w
to tlie telegraph o I Ik
way of Wiekford.
agon, aud after going
e left for New York by
ol
In.Cincinnati, yesterday afternoon, while
William W'iley, clerk, and Johu Slathen,
p*>rter, of Charles E. Collin «N Co., whose
burned the day before, were
tightening the h«>opH on barrels of oil iu the
cellar by the light of a lantern, the oil sud
denly exploded, burning Wiley to death and
seriously injuring Slathen. Wiley was 19
years of ag«?, a son of Bishop Wiley, of the
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Twenty-four
but no deaths, were
Brownsville.
Tin
new eases of yellow fever,
reported yesterday in
About one-fourth of the town
water, and the flooding of the
streets g1v«-s rke to further apprehension*
regarding the publie health. Six dçathsfrom
the fever were reported yesterday at Mata
Forty eases of fever ami five deaths
Thurs
of fever and two
■ reported in Pensacola yesterday,
king a total of 163 cases and twenty
deaths to date.
is under
mura».
-r«- reported in Mier, Mexico,
«lay. Ninetee
deaths we
POLiriCAI. NOTES.
All
The platform of the Democratic State C
ventlon of Nebraska oppose tariff, prohibi
tion, railroad interference with political con
ventions, and the squandering <*f the public
money in River and Harbor bills, Star Route
contracts, and other corruptions.
•ratic Convention of the Tenth
Congressional district of Kentucky yester
day nominated Thomas H. Robertson,
the 190th ballot, to succeed Proctor Knott.
The latter declined a renomination, he hav
ing aspirations for the Governorship.
The long contest in the Democratic Con
gressional Convention of the Second district
of Wisconsin
The I)«
ended yesterday noon by
tlie nomination of I). II. Sumner, of Wau
kesha, on the i601st bailor,
effected by two Bragg and fourteen Delaney
votes going over to Sumner. Bragg's friends
say he will run as Independent.
The Republican State Convention of Col
ora<h) met on Thursday, in Denver, and
alter organizing, adjourned until yesterday.
On reassembling Ernest L. Campbell, of
Lead ville, was nominated for Governor
the second ballot, William H. Meyer
nominated for Lieutenant Governor,
James * B. Belford was renominate«! for
Congressman.
At a meeting of the Tammany Committee
on Organization tn New York last night
John Kelly said that "if Tammany Hall
was admitted to the State Convention it
would support the ticket nominated ; and if
rejected, they would take time and consider
what they would do
grave consideration if they would support a
ticket nominated without their aid."
This was
to
arc
it
a matter ol
Huai ness Dooming.
James F. Wood «& Co.,metal workers are so
busy, that to keep up with their orders,
taking on new hands every day. The work
they arc principally doing is sheet
work for the different manufacturers, tin
and iron roofing and a variety of heater
k, both repairing and putting in new
to
a
Inventor« and Patentees
should send for instructions, reasonable
terms, references, &c , to Edson Brothers,
Solicitors of Patents, Washington, D. C.,
who furnish the same without charge. Edsou
Brothers is a well known and successful firm
of large experience, having been established
in 18ÎK).
of
-
W. C. T. «J.
Another of the intenaSag own »Ir meet
iiiirs under the »ueplce» of Ule Worn»» »
Chrtati.u Temper»noj| opposite
Kok minie Park, » ill he heliWi), V, fo-mor
iro; f.te
IN
p,,i
and
row
M .1
invited.
A t
of Mill

>k hundred
The Democrats of
will hold a meeting at the Mermaid
Thursday evening, September 81. '
attendance Is desired, as business of Im
portance wtll he transacted.
A full
Fourth Ward Democrat».
A meeting of the Fourth want Democrats
«111 be held at Samger Hall, this evening,
at ft o'clock, for the purpose ol appointing
a Ward Executive Commute and otnerwtoe
organizing for the campaign. A Tull
attendance Is requested.
mil
IN
Don't Uts in tlx* Honao.
"Rough ou Rate." Clears out rate, mice,
roach«*, bed bugs, flies, ante, moles, chlp
niuukti, gophers. 15 cent*.
Monday Paper» I Sunday Paper. II
purchase any of Ihe great New
York or Philadelphia Sunday papers, con ;
tabling from four to twenty-four page»
Interesting reading, at G. A. Davis, No. —
Market «treet, at an early hour In the
morning.
You can
SU
liiis-« Un m.
Umltlino „. Bnd W 8 *W*«i»ii- 1.«L 4,5», 8.06, 9.17
a> m . i.uj, -i.ob, 5.00, «.57. h.m p. m.
It&ltluiure ouly—1.06 a. n». 12.01 xnd « p. m.
.,Tr.lb»,ror y^are Dtvl.lon teavefavt^ f ui
HarrluirtMiiandiuuxruiêdlât« xtetiou»—8.10 a. m.
i.ä, 6.25 p. ui.
l>elui»r And Intermediate sutl<*ns-*.t0 x. m.
MA1LKOAD VlKt.lt
Y>H1LA DELPHI A, WIL- fSo»Hg
SEPTEMBER, 1st. IS8Î.
Trstos will leave Wilmington »» f«B" ws f° r :
Phttsdetplita and IntertnedUte .Uttons— 7.00,
to.aa, s! ui. 2.» i.tn, t.»i ».5«. p.
I'httladrlplil. (expres.l-S.OOj 8 ;>0j
s.«L».»L ».as, it.as. a. m. ltta,t.ïAP!,*.M,7.«
7.Mp. ui.
2.Î8, «.». 7.25,
•,SS7.te.p. m.
I'bUadelphla and New York-2.00.
9.5», 11.5a a. m. •12.S8. 1.5«, *.17,
Baltimore and Intermediate stutlous-1.(15, 8.1" a.
. «.00 p. IU.
tu
.05 p. m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
:
Philadelphia and inteniM»étatestatlons-«.10a.m.
12.» m. 5.ÄU 7.80, 9.56, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York -2.00, 2,28 a. in. 5.17,
«.3*7.26 p. in.
Baltimore and Washington—I. «2, 4.51, 8.05, 9.17,
i
as
. m. 11.04 p. in.
Baltimore—1.06 a. m.
Vor further Information passengers are
ferrwd to the time table» pouted at the depot.
KieTrafns marked thus: (•) are limited exprès»
which extra fare !a charge»!.
J. U. WOOD. General Passenger Agt.
FRANK TIlDMaON, General Manager.
ipon

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PHILADELPHIA.
IK HTKAMglt
pOR
S. M. FELTON
((
Leave» Fremd» street wharf
12.45 p. in. returning leaves Philadelphia at *.*)«.
in,, ami * p. .... _
■rare 15 cents, return trip ticket» 2-» cents.
Ticket» to return by the P., W. A H. Railroad
good to return on accommodation irai
»old ou the boat «o cent».
BUN DAY TRI P» TO PHILADELPHIA.
.. m., and 1.15 p. m
. ; Chester, ». to a. in
9.»i ».
«,*> a. m..
iy
e Wilmington
Hook at7.30amr2.0Rl».
and 2.20 n. in.: Philadelphia at
p. ni. liai I road us heretofore,
tickets 15 and 25 cents.
7 a.
Le
«I 4
cent»; regular
pOR
NEW YORK.
Electric Line ol Steamers
Sails from King street wharf, Wilmington,
TUESDAYS.
TIIUIMDAYH
ami SATURDAYS,
•1 from Her 14,
, New York,
at 2 o'clock, p.
i
i
MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS,
and KH IDA Yb,
at 4 o'clock, p. m. KrclKht carried a
as by any other line. Fof rate»
low
•vpiy t«
A BIEL ABBOT. 53 South street. New York;
E. ANDREWS. Wllmluirton. Del. 5-U-tMO
^NCUOR LINK.
UNITED STATES MAIL 8TKAMKKS
sail Weekly
d GLASGOW, via LONDON
DERRY,
|st). Returns fUO to |140
Ticket», $75.
n
NEW YORK
Gabln l'assagc, |«Xi
Becoud Gabln, fto. H«
^CaMn passing«*!
.
low rate»,
•«•lied. All
kci
y, Italy
•dation»
Main Deck. I*
Stater«*
at 1«
N«»rway, Swede
ihm mark, Ac.
For iMMiks <»r 'Tours In Hc«>tland, "rates,plans,
Ac., apply to HENDKR80N HR«n il Kits, New
York, or 8 A MU EL V BETTS, A.lams Express,
Wlliuluvton
LI PER F S TA RLH.fi.
or
T. STROUD,
Livery, hoarding and Sale
Stables,
NOS. 109, 111 & 113 WEST STREET.
WlLMI NOTON, DKLAWAHR.
^0
We have ri-IUted ol
•w stock <»f Harn«-»»
»«aides with a
id Carriage*.
»Piet
III
-l
FAGAN & CO.,
liv]«:ky stable,
Nos. 204-206 Orange St.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
•rai» attended with He
hire.
id Coaches.
All kinds «»fie
WEDDINGS FURNISHED.
5-23-t, *-tf-14
^RE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
JAMES A BROTHER
HARDWARE DEALERS,
204 Market St.,
HAVE A FULL LINE OF
by
of
it
if
a
LEWIS LEAD,
VARNISHES,
&ft
COLORS IN OIL,
OIL F1NI8II,
8
3 'A
PUTTY,
BRUSHES,
51
«c.
W
GLASS,
GRAINING,
<
OILS,
COLORS,
H
ol
TURPENTINE,
COLORS DRY,
so
tin
new
FOB 8AI.E At THE LOWEST CASH PKIUE,
204 MARKET STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
COLDIER8 NOW SUFFERING FROM
k? WOUNDS or disease of any kind caused by
military service are entitle«! to Pension.
Widows, minor children, dependent mothers or
fatlu-rs of soldiers who died from the effects «if
C.,
firm
tlielr service are also entitled. Many Invalid
pensioners are entitled to an increase. Careful
assistant- given in Delayed or Rejected claims, as
many «jan be allowed with butllttle more evidence.
Complete InstruetlonR with ref«-re'nees sent on
application. CHARLES A GEORGE A. KING,
Attorneys-at-law. 916 F Street, Washington.
D C. 7.5-tf
KOTtvr.lt.
TCOTICE.—FOURTH WARD DEMO- /
IN CHAT8-A meeting "f the
p,,i l TOffiu U a » Tart twcuU./* ^
and organ
'Ä _ çmr dem ocr atic
' wÄÄP b*r
pB„f the HlKl
JO »IN 0.
county ca»
stag

r»i
Rtrue^an MOni
•epti«-2t|
AJOTICE.
Derdoctntic Association.
Association of
m
rati.
O
O
,N-V^h'
wttmtan ■ sdrcuP*» ! 11 is- held In Institute
»ttrartsnoe I. raqiisued •» of Impor
tance vrttl conn, before the meettuit.
KORERT n. TAYLOR, I're.blent.
Attest: J- MHS Bail., Mivretsry. .nptSJl
v^oticeT-democratic meeting.
tins of tlx«* Democrat* of Mill Creek
hundred will be held at the M*rms4d, on Tl»«n^
mil «ÄiÄ'XmÄ S
XTOTICE— WK, THE UNDKXAWNJSP,
IN BTOCKHÛI.DKÉ9 or the g? ud |cslc MM
bra safe
»» Building. WMtoinirtop,
i' evening, September 19th,
-cilf'i. KjjsjjftBffl
\\£S
S' at »
law* of
AM»
New Jcr«ey.
itm:.
WII.MINOTOIT, DKL., Hept. 8, 18M,
Iß A NCI NO. _
>ROF. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MA80NIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
1882—SEASON OF—1883
COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 11.
G F.NTI.FMKN'9 CLAÄ8— Monday and Tliura
<lav evening, from » to to o'clock. Monday, hep
tu ni lier 11, 1»K!.
LAD
1 1 EX AND CHILDREN'S CLABS-Thurs
d Hatunlay aftermmn», comineaelng Rat
September |g, Tiiurwlay's fnira 5 to 6
; Saturday'» trout 2 to 4 p. in.
I.ADIEti' CLA8H-—Wednculay evening from 7
ton o'clock, commencing on W« dneadajr, Hep
tember 20.
: :■
x;:
i
All the latest and ino>t fashionable dances
ught. Including The Lawn Tennis. Lancera,
ew Racquet Quadrille, Glide, Side Glide. Five
step Newport and ,tjl Society Waltxca a
sim-lalty: taught either pHtately
Also a new Minuet specially adabl
as a parlor dalu e.
in claases.
ted to children
CHOICE OF DAYS.
private claa
d confer with
In the
School», semlnarle*
city or out of town »boni
a» practicable for choice of «lays.
During the Hummer the academy rooms have
iMjcu handsomely decorated and relltte«l, and are
In »plcndld condition. 'Hiey will hereafter
sed exclusively for ela»« pur|M»se« and seloet
. apply at
be Ui
F
terms, circular,
. F. KOBKLKN
No. 71U Marke
I
*8,
et street,
by mail
Manon lc Temple,
A. H. WEBHTKR.
Wilmington, ihd.
aiigüi-Lf-50
EDUCATION Al*.
ypss maiiabfy's
SELECT SCHOOL
Will reopen
Beptemher 4th, at
NO. 2 WEST TENTH STREET.
aug23-3w-10|
WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
M WILMINGTON
, DELAWARE.
Thorough instruction tn a complete English
cours«.
RIMARY, I'REPARATOY and COLLEGI
ATE DEPARTMENTS.
p
8u perl or advantage* In Lautrut-ires, Music and
Art. Fall sett»bm will open September 11.
. JOHN WILSON.
aup22-j m-H
^yiLMINGTON ACADEMY
pics the entire third fl«
f 4064 Khl pic j
from Shipley
Market, reopens
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ITH, 1882,
under new uiauxKeuicnt. Handsome rooms.
Keatlux capacity iticr« aaed to 185. Best primary
department. Young ladles and £cutfl educated for
huttluc»». Terms |4 to |16 per quarter
iUM'ordluK to cla»niit<iatlon. Room open from 9 to
: and from a to 5. geventh year. Plano ami
organ f«*
st re
I !
r us«* of students.
KOF. JAMES II. CKABB,
O. B. GRANT, A. M. J »'"»ripais
g26-ts«-p9-10
^cade:my
—OF THE—
VISITATION,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
Studies will 1 h> resumed the flrsi MONDA Y of
8E1TEM1IER, ami parents artt r«»|uesttMl tn send
their children in due time.
The to
«»derate, and we hope will
all who appreciate a
Im
prove a
UI
thorough «Nlucatioii.
Yor further Information apply at the Academy,
or Delaware Avenue.
or Delaware Avenue. augl5-lni-25
ABLE WOOD INSTITUTE
—FOR—
liOTII SEXES,
Is 22
Philadelphia,
Ile»
est of pew Broad Street Station,
on Plilla. A Huit, Central R. R.
es of 8tmly— EnglIslk, Buxlm-ss, Sctentlfle
and < launleal ; a tlmroiigh Chemical department.
Co
Supcrloi
d hoys 1
leges.
Degrees
lslatnre of l'eiiiiaylvaiiia upo
taking a full c«jur»e.
Reading taught by a first-class elocutionist.
Penmanship by a proft;
beauticH of the
ipportiuiltle» offered to young men
pr.-p
for the best American oof
«• conferred by aulhorltv of the Ia:
young lad if s
r—master of the
Private Instruction
-ation ha» bee
to thoae whose edu
iitfglccted. A home-like depart
ment for llitle boy». Twelve instructions.
J. nilOItTl.lIHtK (Vale College), A. M., Prln
elpal, C'uuconlvilli, Del., Co.,
■a.
augl«-2m»eod
VH OrUSHIONAV VARDM.
J )RS. J. N. ,1c J. B. HOBEN8ACK,
Y Hh tl,e ••freut» «>r «KLF-AUUëK
«I MLUC URIALIZATION tihouhl uot hualute
consult N. A .1 . b. HOBEN8ACK of 20« N.
i-oml street. Philadelphia, either by mall or by
mon, during the hour» of » a. ra to2p. in., aud
Àdvfcefr,
«mu
Hcut oil
Se,
ÏÏÏ
Whosoever should know hl» e
• I the way to Improve it »Imuld read
"WISDOM IN A NUT-8 HELL."
jeelpt of three-ceut »tamp.
acpt!4-l-l4
JOHN C. COLE,
XOTAKV PUBLIC, AND JUSTICE OFT11B
„ . PF.ACK.
Miirl» BiiIIiIIiik, No. 101 WortSIxUi »troot. T.lr
phone call, -
«-1-12-5
J^ANIEL H. FOSTER,
ATTOBN EY-AT-L A W,
NO. 917 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
my 2 -i 0
PERSONAL.
J^OTICE.
ID EDITION NOW READY.
THE POCKET MANUAL.
A Pocket Cyclopedia, '' Writers and Travel
. . *•''»' Heady Reference Book
G^mtains ov«:r 2D.(JU0 Synonymous Words; For
eign \\ onlH und i'llrus« s, alone worth price of
Ihe whole hook ; Church Calendar: Great A «sein -
ritles used lit Unltan States; Ahhre*
vlatlon»; Rules for Punctuation; Etiquette for
all occasloiin; Woman'* Gliances of Marriage
from carefully.com piled statistics; Interest, Dfs
tam:e, Area and PopulationTabIes;Llfe uiaxluis;
1 arlliuuentary Charts; Business Laws, Hules,
V, ■ çrpetual t'alwudar; Domestlo and Foreign
l ostal Kates; Stamp Duties, Laws, etc. ;jlow to
had Human Nature: Cost of the War; Legal
Holiday»; Language qt Flowers, etc., etc., "The
very essence of a large library, " 60c., morocco;
& ANTED* * tyl *' * 1 * 00 ' malled ' AGENTtJ
F*. C. RIFFEL A CO., Publisher*.
Arch Street, Philadelphia,
«if
as
6,20-tr
131
AMVBKMKnm.
IhouskT ~~
masonic tsmpi.b.
/ 'RAND OPERA
Saturday, September 16.
M, Positive Novelty In the World !
And Rost Eapelislve Knternrtse la An
ERNEST STANLEY
America» Anglican
Jj
Allied Shows !
O DIHTINOT A*S SKFARaÄ; , 1 T>
O ENTERT AINMFNI'S ÜUN8VRÜAT ED.O
Drsuistl« Ailttntsi,
Over 10 person* employed, ffslsry IHV 4AM*
# that of any «wh-t conipniiy.
Friers as usual. Rewrved seats at Thomas A
Ou. 's ihre« days In advanev. M-pi j-r>t-<u
<>
KRMAN
VOLKSFEST
—Forth** hfiivflt oi tb<*~
(lennan-American School
-AT TUB—
SCHUETZEN PARK
MONDAY AND TU80DAT. SEP
TEMBER 18 AND 10, '82.
TICKETS FOR ONE DAY 25 CENTS.
MONDAY, 8WT. t«.
r**|d par»*!* of all German Mwietl«* and lodir« *.
puplU of Cha UerHixio Anjerleak school and
invited guests. Forming Of p4*i4* b> l|»rs|jal
\V. Itobeleu at 7 o'elof-k, a. »., In fnntt of Um
tienuan Hsll, Fourth dtrin-t iwtwfcu King and
Market. March through the Hty at 8 a. m.
Arrival at Hehuetscn Park : stniring by the D«*la
wartf Ss ngerhuud, with aceonipaniineut by the
First Regiment Band. Introduction of German
NiH*Aer by th© president, Commemorative
speech Id Uur»a* T liimros «MifrMiK %•♦«» \M »\ «»,
tHile ruin bln». wlu*lb»rtew rue aud uut gatue.
Concert try the Flr.t Ki-ttltueut Band, roneert.
TUESDAY, 8FIT. n.
At • o'clock a. m.. naïade reveille bv the First
RcMlinem Band, accompanied by members ot tit*
several committee» through Mte streeU of Ute
city, marching off to the bx-hucUcii |*
in. General amusement a. foiiocrt an
At W a. in. . -, .
Race of fat men. At a p. m.. bag
sh«**D hi ihe boys and girls oftfceGermitn-Ameri
can Iu it (Mil. After sunset, summer ntelit'a fesU
val withlilumiu allow »•<( elsiArju light.
During noth days, shooting, wheel of fortune,
concerts and dsitelAg.
THE ARRANGEMENT COMMiTTKV.
septe-tf-M
ark at 7 a.
•al amusement». Donum ami dancing.
., singing by the children. At i p. in.
m., baa race for two flue
OPERA HOUSE
Q.RAND
Tuesday and Wednesday,
SEPTEMBER 19 AND 80.
Special engagement of the great Philadelphia and
New York «noce»«.
MABONIC TEMPLE.
HARRY MEREDITH'S
Western drama, founded on actual fact» and
»pectfully dedicated to the ladles of the Uulted
BtateH, entitled :
RANCH 10;
OR ANNIE, FROM MA88A< HU8ETTH.
LELLAND 1 Twin i
CLELLAND* Brothers I
Supported by a
TOM Me
H, Mkukditii
—efully selected Dramatic
Company.
Admission 35 ami 50 «-cuta; reserved aeatN 75
cent«, For sale at C. Y. Hkhmi A Co. 'a.
m|»tl5r51-55 T, HLAfKBffMmi. Manager.
EIN AN VI4*.
E. ROBINSON Î Ca^
IL
BANKERS AND BROKERS
—HAVE REMOVED TO
NO. 418 MARKET STREET
Second Story, Front Room.
FOR SARK:
Buy and sell stocka and bonds on cowulsalon.
letters of credit available In aU Barts of the world
and dra (lx on England. Ireland, France, Germany
and 8wltaorland Issued. 7, l-ly-30
j
to
r J^HE ARTIZANS SAYING BANK.
NO. 502 MARKET STREET,
Incorporated January jitu, lmi.
Open to nîcrt»
and on T
deposits from 9 a. m. until 4 p. ni.
iir»d4£ wtd Saturday cvuulugs
8EM1 ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
Regularly made In April and October. When
dividends are not withdrawn they are accounted
deposits. Thaspi-rmanent deposits compound
tbelr Interest twice lu each year.
MANAGERS:
of
Geurgc W. Bash,
George 8. Capelle,
M L. Llrhteusteln,
EuwjyU J>arllngtou,
f.Bwih,
Rrcsldent,
lir „ Ä * President,
AH*. Treasurer.
. MATHER, Auditor.
1?1R8T NATIONAL BANK
A. Of WILMINGTON.
Repository of tu» Pun lu Mon by
FINANCIAL AGKNTH
Clement U. Kinytti,
Charles W.* Hawlaml,
Nathaniel R. Benson,
ksas:
Anthony Higgins.
a
feb21-1jr
J
THE UNITED STATES.
Edward Bettb, President,
GKO. D ARMBTHONO, Cashier.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $»0,000.
Philadelphia, New York and Boston Exchange
at «.30 a. m.
DIRECTORS:
s
Samuel Bancroft. Jr.
nl-ly
the
gPECIAL NOTICE.
ME88K8. E de V. VERMONT & CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
OF76 CH AMHKKHSTUKET, NEWYOBK,
regular correapondents ot 400
N K\V81*APKR8 in the Unite«! tjtute« and Ganiplk
are now prepared to seipl their T
N.
by
aud
PRIVATE FINANCIAL LETTER
from New York olt
y (under white sealed
lope) to all
INVK8TOBS OB SPECULATOR,
who may «lealre to receive weekly the latest
Information concerning the
STOCK MARKET
In the metropolis.
HINT8 and POINTS
fnrnlHhed
SPECULATORS
conc«'rnlng the probable rlw* or decline Iu
stocks î hIho advice to inve»tor»
and Capitalist« concerning
0
SECURE and PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS.
For
of
-
for
Dfs
to
"The
Notice: E. de V. Vermont A Co., not being
connected, directly or Indlrectlv, with anv
Brokers' or Bankers' Busliie»«, give their iut'oi-
mation aipl advice with tell linpartlalltv iiml
Diterest K nK loflue » ced *» 6ie least by personal
„ L .'; t 'f r r,: » ,,lHr| y ii» Monday niKiit'»
SmvWÄKäT',/"' THIBTKEN ÄlN
E. DE V. VERMONT & CO.,
PUBLISHERS,
7« CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK.
augl4-ly-S4
_ ÄJftf* WANTED.
MT ANTED —WHITE GIRL F(>r"ÔÈN
H KRAL HOUWWoKK.
Cor. ».. .,:,i£f&VTO.,
T
11«-«
PED.—A
•PLY at
H Y.
m
INKl
HX
Ë A CKiOD I
rjn l> liege or '
*«Vh<e,
1
n<mu
I
»!
i»> *i
BITV A T ti,Sh it ,i A11 ».
ANTED.- \ GOO»*, KE8PONS1BI.F
HmiATiox in f;
Mm-rl»** rvlereuueit. ' I.I .... 1
■•». A. II," Bo. w,
rum balk.
F°5J, A e I if TA,Jr i 2 8T -2 LA8a so. la
wS'Âa&.arÂù'ÏÏK
»trat, m Tft-tf
I j*OR 8AL1.-EIGHT NEW SIX ROOM
cottaui» un i«t* » tmt by tou fret, hum
- high ground, la jropd neUbboHiood. and
within three tnlnntcw wslk of th« Olty PaR«env«r
rrr:"
«4ipt9-<1lm*iu>I Cor. Fourth sud Jackson sts.
i %miiVBAtmB .—
1MTBLIG SALE.—WE »HALL HAVE X
i}Ä r Äy» ««•»
ü»t** not ispïf thsn Wcfdnrsday », in., VHh Insf,
•epi is-jt H f A Ll> A CO.
J H ULK SALK
-OF
REAL ESTATE.
W|l be sold at public wile, on the nrendses, two
pcfeY.WdBa % 5W!?&
p. m. Term* mule kiiewn^^fl,
Dkakk A Co., Auotloneem.
All GRUBB.
septlSaft
PUBLIC »ALE OF COW»,
The subscriber will »ell at public sale, at Red
East Marlborough, «'bester county, Pa.,
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER flrrii, 1882.
at 1 o'clock, p. m.,
Forty head of fresh cows and sprtnjrara, twenty
t,,„d at h-rdev lui «r youn^w
!.. W. Btidiiam A Son, Auctioneers. 9,12-t*
Lion,
■S9
IMMW GOOD*.
tlon.
and
*■
Fancy Hodcry and Vndsrwsar,
J^EW GOODS 1
S. II. STAATS.
5
No.
Market Street,
405
for
ml
18 OPENING AL.M08T DAILY
and tmautiful designs
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
In
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LAD1K8, GENTS AND MISSES.
Also opening a large aud WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF
75
A
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's
Merino Underwear
?
AT TIIIC VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
New Drsas Goods, «C., at Sharp«,
^yriLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
ni.
New Dress Goods
81
AT REDUCED PRIOFA.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Direct from the importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
The largest stock
'
have
offered.
—Also a full line of—
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
From 35 cents to f2.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
piANDS
We inviteatteiitlon to our large otock of
beautiful
WEBER PIANOS
?
te
—CONSISTINO or—
CENTENNIAL GRANDS,
CONCERT GRANDS,
PARLOR GRANDS
and BA BV GRANDS.
400
T
Also a full variety of Square Grand« and
Upright« of all style«.
Special inducements given until August 1,
as we hope to have our CONCERT HALL
ready for uae by that time.
SMITH & NIXON
I
20 & 22 and Rear 24, 26,
28 & 30 W. 4th St.
myll-75-l
CINCINNATI.
'J'EA 1 TEA 1 TEA !
One Hundred Chest» of
eholoi
crop
TKASjuat received, among them our Justly famous
all choice brands and
anv
iiml
50
«I 60c. These goods
chop and deserve a trial by all lover* of good
TEAS.
We
also constantly receiving
Choice Java, Mocha, Kio,
bn oh m
of CPFFEE8.
Laguayra and Maracaibo Coffees. Coffee, 12, Ilk
18, 20, 22 aud
choice Breakfast Coffee at 26c.
Which Is unequalled anywhere. Our Coffees
roasted under our
personal supervision.
e Hpices a specialty.
CHIJPVD^'S
—TEA STORE—
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
T HK ^nwsular
h'IN'TII
fair.
' 0
HX 11 IB11
ION
1 • A - & P. Association
-OFTHK
-To HR
Middletown I)^
TUESDAY,
wednesd ay
& THURSBa]
^■pt- 1'Jth, 20th and
21st.
Premiums,
$7,(
ExtiltittH solicited fro
"rëûewffr?
HTNO ENTRY FF.E F0K EXHrRl
iSFiSra no
•nONAL T(mv^®ÿ
PREMIUMS FOR SPEED TRUu, « j
AphitarJ
"fl» d mis sd
EXCURSION TRAINS WILL BE 81
ANDT,c «tm w «*
•W^Ainiile
•k. Ilay
~ • <>nmioi|atloiig
>«1 straw free for
for all
tlon.
l.u!"lS; fof «Hlblte opvn ,rm
« ii»'S* 11
trials of speed, ten per cent, of pnrw T
For further Information mldresn
W. SCOTT WAY, Secret
*9-a.at-d,9-7,9,12, H, 15,16-54 MUldlcto sa
ItJgCWGlijfc ~
JJEALTHliwEAm
DR. JL a WEST'S NKHVF. aNDB
TREATMENT a s|wrlflcforlly»t«TU 1 lHu
Convulsions,Nervous Heailauki, Meauil!
Mon, Loss of lluutory, rpemutorrhn
tency, Involuntary Keniinnon,
Age, caused by over-exertion, wir-aka
over-indulgence, whirl, 1p»0s to mhm,
and death. One box will cure n-wntcuti
*■ tain» one month'« treatment. 9
T «Ix boxe» for f&; sent by Bail
t of price. We xuarauke six
case. y> 1th earn order rwrir
ï%ï:
cur«,»»v
for six boxen, accpinnsuleil with at »«
purohSM T » written guarantee tor
money If the treatment doc* mit eff«
Guarantee Issued only by N. B. DAS
Druggist, corner Second and Market
ml tiglon, Delaware, ole agent.
J'HE GREAT ENGLISH BEVERAC
Z0 EDONE!
A Delicious Table Drink, free (Void Aid
lleallliAil, Sparkling aiul IK UgbtfiillyIn
vlgoratlug. Soi<l by liottle,
Z. JAMES BEL1
DRUGGIST,
SIXTH AND MARKET
the PUBM0 18 REQUESTED CA
X FULLY to notice the new uni enla
scheme to be drawn inonthlr.
«^CAPITAL PRIZE, IR.OOO. - ®!
Tickets, only |5. Blu m In prop* »
men
Louisiana State 1/OTTEIii
^tfSfBSSlSffS^äßl
an overwhelming pop ul * r
made a part of the pre^-ntBtateCo
adopted December2«l, A. D., JW»; ,
The only Lottery ever vuUslonandtn
by the people <»f any Blate. _.
81 N«LB er NUMBEK I^KaWiNUS Ul«
■s
"TkW/EN ()Fj;t»KTUNITY TO
FORTU N K. TENTH U I W.M> Jj J* j
o ä«
' Look '»t Hie fo|"> w )"lj ".SSrmlllll
Ä ,v t; u r»teK|»r f k
Capital Prize, $75,000
100.000 TICKETS AT FIVE *
KRAUTIUN8. In FIFTHS ln I'BUIOI"
list or PHI?.*«:
.1
1 Capital Prize of,
itol Prize of,
1 Capital P
ïPrf^ofW.üOü
5 Prlzee of % 000
10 Prîtes df f;«W
20 Prize» <»f N»
100 Prizes of
auo Prizes of
5W> Prizes of
LOOOPrlzraof
APPROXIMATION
9 Approx jlTUtft 00 i>p lf g of *Iûü
9 "
of
100
00
riuzKS:
f
U"f PH««.
te re,I letter, ur Meue) Oraer. „
M ' A ' Slew orl»«
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at Ww binKton. J
«07 Seventh ötreui, ürIe i*
N. B.— 1 Order* addres^d , Sm |,,|wP«
receive prompt atten tion. ——
RON RAILINGS
I
—AiNIte
IRON WORK
fob building«*
p. WALTON 4
I
J.
0!« Al
ESTIMATES furnished
CATION.
55Ü& 554W.SWI1»
Cincinnati -
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MORPHINE HA
PAYS*
IN 10 TO »
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