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P»*" U,— In reviewing lut
|H ï;' r "i lhe Ml). tiMleyuyii:
i-.THts of tire week weuVr.
Ço^SÀ ml.' of government bond«
r^üutf. ilecleretlon ol wir
U *>■ W. To Vanderbilt a deal In
" liÜiake Wo« »lock too much lm-
- , IHMII altaehed. Some three
"" Ü | «.Id some of bla atoeka and
«8° 1 .„„„U He then made a trade,
UPiranee of playing tor
„ .1.' .hi the tranaactlon aomo
K- . . Int nroflt. bealdea receiving
M 3 *) tolereat J'cr annum. But the
•*rS tÄ which he aold then went
* w vl» .auch aa did the goveru
'"rVuiiid paid 6 l»er cent, per
«1 loathehaapractically not gained
K«muh« fie brokera did. To
îlf %l„g the bm.de and buying Lake
* 1 •■Nickel Plated" atoeka. How
' ■ »ill make I» of no intcreat to any.
1 • man like Mr. Van
a
been
who
of
ber*,
a:. !
Hr».
Box
That
and
deed
tee:
E.
Esq
the
B.
L%M>tt l eownment sccurlUea Ibr
1 ... <.r r.allsln« mousy for Wall
PSiidk I* not without ^gnlflcance
* d ftm ou0,u«0 of bonds Isst week and
y , ;, tr«rln K 910,000,000 more. He
t* 1 ' 1 ,, ,, e 'li UW.OOO, mot lor the pur
^Mtlmste reinvestment, but for a
" 8 at all events, a trading turn.
the fhorts In Lake Shore he
"Pîftoput the price of the stock up and
? V G '«m il ..'t t'h a*' enge to Mr. Jay
-,r quite a different sort,
earn.' over only to sign the pa
■ ary for Incorporating a new
J ".'vmc in conjunction with Mr-fiar
f. ltll . ll.iltlmore and Ohio railroad,
Sr,» other «ipltallit». The makln
*■ ,* i. „film cable are to cost ?t?,(KKi,(KK
llir,,, i nt «ubacrltK's »1,000,000
•ond
ling. 01
haps
iu
fihkii Mr. Be
pi promit 1 «
(,► is n«*->
toito&.M'i
another million if a
arv, the total eapltal to be
». The new cable is to
- rk I?connection with the Baltimore
So telegraph system, and the Herald
V ,| >t . Western newspapers not to make
• with the Western I'nlon
Ly r Bennett is ready to serve them on
Einthropic principles with hl» new toy. On
*j tt v the day Indore he sailed, he held
ni iieh eloquence to the "Old
lr it the I nion Club: "Gould is beaten
ÏLrtlie line. Ho 1 h beaten in this cable
in in t,,,j elections, in the Metrojicll
tir Western Union suit aud in Mu
5Union." Thereupon the whole Union
inchwi next morning to Wall street
t V| jj p,,. Weh tern Union down at 78,
L«M)iad money selling it themselves,
T.y'* who had not giving ilio point
ilt »kVi-s. who "put them in." The
u nd about two points, but Mr.
Irii'iuls are sure that It has got to
,,i ih) hefor# "Jim" comes back
his
of
a
to
got
but
to
1 ;i
L.
I st V
I URGES!' I'KTAIL STOCK OK DUT
(,001)8.
FTKA.viminor. & Clotiubk,
• ti- i\ Duy Goo
iu,iitu jii.l MiHKET Streets.
.MOUMMl SUMMARY.
csssb of yellow fever and one
.ii.ear.e were reported ut
c.nrduy, l.ut It is believed Hint
■ rtHim .re ini|>cr feet.
Tl»- tei.li tl.tn 8t. Alt.ftiis, from 1'l.llu
M Jto Brera. ii, j.iit into Baltimore yes
r j,;... roll,'.', liavlug sprang » le*k. She
: , .„-in, to mako neeessary re
Exclusively,
'
Hewn ne
sth from
I.
h Harlan Child, daughter of
iu i.l tlu* t'nltcd States Supreme
in Chicago yesterday.
ncnil will take place on Wednesday aftcr
Mi
The
d;rd
Wasiiinatou.
Si:iul Cor|n> Btation at Cape IlaL
N. ( .*rep»rt* that a life boat, 2Ö feet
painted white, named Rotter»lam, wa^
i n the bcurii near Station 18
d. I.v a native.
P,
the
.
Edward Pay son Call, private secretary to
cIolcI I*. M. Pulrifer of the Boston Herald ,
Cl to-day biToiac publieher of the Daily
Mw/âfr.E.F. Wate
relinquishing the
account of ill health.
rsliip
ri fishiujf Liai, bupposed to beioatr to
IbtJluiiier ol Southitnipton, Out., eap
tadutfMjdu Dore Point on Saturday,
jiogcruiicd around the Point untU dark,
of the wrtvk
dli
inu*l3 ami other porth
BÏ fell!
. -Ao trace of the crew w
(I it is huppobcd that all hand«
At the
duck mafls hi Bt. Lawrence'*
Church, Eighty-fourtli
N • York, ycaterday morning, a por
1 1 over the cant gallery fell
Ii. producing quite a i>ank
rge congregation present,
motion three women fainted,
oTiouâly hurt.
I 111" V.'j
!.■
UP h
ti
Tertcrd.iv
plwoothi
Thomas Kennedy
1 men entered a saloon ln L
and called for liquor, which
ttey diâuk, hut refused to pay for. A man
Ilonohy, who was sitting in
P pkee, remous trat cd with them, when
■trio aitucked him. He drew a knife,
pc row Kennedy was stabbed iu the
•1 abdomen. The latter'» wound is
fbûoam ed fatal. Douohy wus arrested.
)!r. Hoiny George delivered a lecture en
«'■i "ridgruts and Poverty," at the
Pjwtrilicatrc iu Washington last night,
the autpiues of tho Federation of
Bkrlnious. ili 0 audieiiac was a large
igvut one, composed mainly of the
•ft'rIli.uatodtradesmen, mechanics and
Jtean? ofcity. The principal themes
womuI by ti.c speaker wero land tenure.
« liber
afterno
tt.i!
Sill
<iuc«tk>u und Ute ugitaliou In
k Irani;lord, Ky., a fire broke out at
LjP* ,n v °ii Saturday, ln U>e livery staLlc
lkj 4 Maiipan, The Harne« »pread lo
ity . ! u, *d burned tho house of J. T.
k .A'. i lie Mujor Opera House, belong
1 ( *iy was also destroyed, with part
t'».. \ r,T °ffiö. The Post Office was in
»■jh*tuildlug. Ruhr's new hotel wus
5* , ground, with it« contents.
Tv ,\ *'■ J»iHW,000 ; insurance, ^10,000.
" •»» Ruhr'» hotel is $40,000 : Instir
, *• f. i.tHi", On the Oper» House, $20,000;
$15,000.
Hats.'»
pj "Kongi
liltä ' T, J CC » roaches, flic3, ant«,
.. AlrunLi^ ch, P mUM ' C8 » gophers. 15
v ( , Tho Latest Return»
J ( : ut Sdftpfon ia elected one of the
C..® 0 « nliablo tailors of the city,
ki. ti,.' u Var ' c d a.'fcortmcnt of styles to
v , UUl i Jl lit every time with
: iteruUon. 'f r y j,| m f wr a fctyiisli
1 ' 1 ;i ' of pants, or a fine suit of
story Morning News
tV.:
0l '.,
....
He N
vor W
Hick.
N - V., May 24, 1881.—//. II.
Bi it»—I have never had a
iir. I-11 1,00 y° ur Kidney ami
niit-ved inc of kidney disease.
John J. Murphy.
fJl-Sc, g,j5 (
K *r <i (
(
hltr (
w ,11 Men
rîijMval d..] ii, '"'Turing from nervous or
Î v ' i'ri.f ,,r intpotcooft should send
[Mt for a Urt U . n ' Fulton street, New
rL ~' R... . ni,ü j ,lc te treatise on lost man
\ bu,t under cover, free.
tto,w
Ili etav ^"mitigate the Truth.
"W',' 111 H»lng believed by tho public
a», v ,i mi, ,lllvo a truth to announce
?* ,r Utli. ,| 1 " r »'UMpiciOn UN tO It« UflUlg
Jr'l't:,. !. v . 1 ,0 on telling by speeoh
toiiVt». 1 !! 1 " in every wayre
L?b»uis 1 ;i, 1 ,| JJ , 'tly- l'hua it wan that when
1, a '' New ti;.? 10 tottery was Incurporatcd
■/! V : , in,s for charitable andedu
" doubt that tl»e
1 h ^ liif-t ti,,! 'Vi 1 as fa,l 'ly a« they announced
s^OutnlVl?", 1 * a -T. lteauroaiint ot
?^ rv e: . Eiirly of v«„ hare the solo
it «Irawlan romover thl# suHiii
,C lll r.lh.« V"' uv<,n "I* to 1WU>
U Hem ,||, 1 s "" Nov. J4th, that millions
1 hii' Uhui.hh, n 0 * 1 t0 l'hrtloa api.lylng to
I " urfoans. Iä., fn soul.
•M S* C0| t »:? ""A 10 » a down.
fcttïl ee «Âtvor?. lll ' ttM *° 1<lRt *» «" h ,
■lih 9 *. knu *lodirn 1 ÜVon t I - supplemented
F*kUgujii |i °me one wifi get $76,000
1 P il rto thereof. Who wtu ithoT
A LONOPKt.f.Ot* MEMORIAL.
Arrangement* for Katending the Aaaocla
a lion In Uelawnre.
A Longfellow Memorial Aaaoelatlon haa
been formed under the presidency of Jumea
Ruaaell Lowell, That im^nbcrfbli
unlveraal ; It ha8 been fixed at i
who dealrc may extend II ludciluiUdy among
children, relativen, employe*, a form
of enlarged aubacrlption which at once com
mended Itself elsewhere,
eapecle.lly relied upon and desired as mem
ber*, either through their own efforts or
th.uwL of others. The aptograpba pfaub
scrlbgrs are also re</u4*M tl.kt they bn.} be
preserved as part of the Mémorial. r flub
Ip nmy be
II. ThoA
Children are
scriptlons from Delaware should be sent to
Hr». George II. Bates, Treasurer, Post Office
Box Ofi, Wilmington, Delaware, or, if more
convenient, may be left with Messrs. C. F.
Thomas <& Co., or Porter & Co.
Certificates of membership will bo at onec
forwarded to all subscribers, aud the money
received and membership created will be
thankfully acknowledged in the Gazette.
That something has been already collected
and encouragement given both by word and
deed before the appearance of any public
notice is reassuring us to the action ot the
State represented by the following com Alt
tee: The Right Rev. Alfred Lee, D. L>., tire
Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, the Hon. Leonard
E. Wales, Dr. 8. W. Murphy, I. C. Grubb,
Esq , Colonel H. A. DuPont. Dr. Julia K.
Kane, Samuel Bancroft,' Jr. f E. Tot$»»U
Warner. Dr. C. Elton Buck, Wilmington;
the Hon. Joseph P. Comegys, the Hon. N.
B. Sinlthers, Dover; the Rev. W. B. Gordon,
8myrna; Jacob Moore, Esq., Georgetown.
A Close Call.
[Cliesler Times. )
A narrow escape from mutilation or per
haps death, was uttnle yesterday by some
gentleman at the depot of the Philadelphia,
Wiliniiig*on A Baltimore raProad at this
place. .Tust
leaving the depot a
hastily from the depot to the train,
earried u valise in one hand and an umbrella
iu the other, ami with the. additional en
cutpbraucc of an overcoat attempted to
Jump upon the train which by that lime was
gaining headway. He threw his
the platform of a car but missing
the 4
. express was
was wen to run
P
H*
pldly
valise c;
his footing lie fell headlong to the ground
within a sliort distance of the wheels. Some
of the witnesses of the mishap turned their
faces away In expectation of a sickening
accident, while others seemed paralyzed for
a moment,
stranger as he lay prostrate and hcli>ed him
to ills feet while a brake man who saw the.
accident tossed the valise, off. The stranger
got up and started for the receediog train,
but finding he could not catch it, coolly
turned ami asked when the next tfain wont
to Baltimore.
;i
A bystander grasped the«
UN DEM TA KEKS.
JOHNSON & BAHNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
8. W. COR. TENTn A MARKET, STS.,
WILMINÜTQN, DEL.
RKSI DK»C £8 :
L. IIA HUY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson ot.
*ep29-mwf-ly-M
CL T. BARNHILL,
:: ■ and Tatual st*.
JAMES McKENNA,
Furnishing Undertaker.
NO. 233 WEST SECOND STREET.
Wilmington. Dklawakk. n-j-e-21
[4k
HEALTH OF W0M«
IS THE HOPE 0
tCTHE RACEli
J WOMAN C
SYMPATHIZE WI1
'>/ WOMAN. <4
«
I
f
V.

t-VDI A E. PINKHAMZa
VÜ& 3 TASLS CQMP0Ü1TD.
A Bare Cure for nil fUJIAlS WEAK
NESSES, IncladlaK Eencorrhœ», Ir
reiiulur sod rolnl'nl Menstruollon,
Inflammation nnd rlrornllon of
,bo Womb, flooding, PIIO. '
ILAEUCS VTEpj,
V'ff'FloOsaat to tho tsate, effioockms afc 1
It Is a great help ii| pregnancy, and to
d Immédiat«
to Its effect,
Ubtos )>ain during labor and at regular period*.
PHYSICIANS VBE IT AND I'RESCPIBB IT fltyELV.
3 of the generative organ#
to no remedy that ha* ever
and for all dlaense* of the
F !.. ui. Wnrarar,
ot either H.Z. It I» second
he. n l«toro tho publie i
Kidiot. It la the Create >» In the Woi Id.
t^KIflNBY COMPT.AINTB ofFliter Rex
Fled Croat liclloflelte Vwt.
ITIM.h E. PIITKIIAM'8 BU»1) Fl ltlKlWt
»■■»' 'V"i 1 't'Âïî^tf.nîÏB , i'i»rlnÂAeto«ngthïo
SSSSmÆ m? jnSwUpiM l.wh.li.«« th° Cominmad
»irnoth the Compound and Blood IM ri ft er
nared at 833 and 2S5 Wester» Avenup, Lyua, Mass,
price of either, $1. BIx bottle* for $5. T J U !
in HM«t by mail b» tho form of pills, or of lozenges, on
« wr lx>* for Cither. ^
fteely answers ftll letters of lAQU««*. Enc-oso 8 cent
»tamp. Bond for Nation ihh Htprr.
^jrHold by all Vrafeist*
TII POPULAR
MONTHLY DliMVTM,» OK TUB
50
IJ
'a*
I
I
I
m
•ii*.
»ii>
In the cityof LOUISVILLE,
Thursday, November 30th '82.
These drawings «..•..rmoml'Iy .'n.lcrproOj.lo».
[ an act of the General Assctnhly of Kentttcky.
The United »Utes Circuit Court on March 81
r vi^Â , ttiS W &i£SSïi??iius UHIrlbutlol.
WJfÄisp.nur.
jhSÜS ' BÄlly ü.c»Ä'pbÄ Ihf m
NOVEMBER DRAWING.
, Exprès»,
ortß -
ualiuiiur. Louis'
£a».T& Wvrat
I
10,000
ft. 000
10,000
10,000
10,000
1 Prise. •
1 Prize.
1 Prize..
10 Prizes, 1.000each
BOO
100
50 *
20 '
BOO
ooo
jo, 000
2,700
1,800
1,000
»
" Appro^jnation
BOO
loo

100 "
9
.$112,400
1,'JM) ..
wuoLKTicmnap. ti A
■f! Tlohi t»,*». «t 1 »
wê&ssbM
I.KTigKKTS, li
ke I a, *100.
to U. 61
ozonmrm.
QUR ASSORTMENT
-or
Overcoats
23
IC^I
3
V
Cannot lie beaten, either in
Style, Goods or Price, for Men
Youths' Boys' or Children.
Rock bottom prices and all
clothing guaranteed as repre
sented at
John H. Moore's
228 ilAKKET ST.
—THE—
OLD AND RELIABLE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
Full lines of all kinds of
Goods for Winter wear,
to-day and examine them.
novlllJuiU-lt»
Call
"J^EWS FROM THE CORNERS."
Overcoats seem to be the
leading topic these days and
we are always ready to inform
the people where to find the
best stock to select from. Prices
are lower on many grades than
last year and the variety of
styles surpasses all of our pre
vious efforts to give the Wil
mingtonians something to
please tlfem- Now just drop
in at
any time and especially
during this week and see what
we have. It may he of interest
to you to know such a stock of
gpocjs is kept in our city aud
unless you call you will never
know. ' Our Fifteen Dollar
Overcoats are taking the lead
yet maiiy cheaper and some
higher in price are at the Wil
Clothing House,
nd Market streets.
mington
Fourth a
Jno. W. Djefendouf & Co.
tr
Q
.1
t\\
t r
.i
/A
.4^
rv.
OVERCOATS
For Fall and Winter.
Tlie time is at hand lor the
purchase of these goods, and
our stock represents every vari
ety, from the cheaper cassi
line silk and satin
one ol
meres to
lined beavers, every
which can be well rccom
monded for superior cut and
finish, jit prices to meet the
ability of every purchaser.
A. C. YATES 4 CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
scptl3UoH-84
FURS.—Exclusively— Ÿ ÜRS.
WE BB
niete assortment of Ladles'
Love» «nd fur caps for
oct«8-l|t-10
Has opened %
FURS, #1
Men «Md fi*r».
FUR U
1.1QVOU OKA!,SB*.
urovtT
QRAN6E
PURE RYE WHISKY.
-I* PACT—
THBPUltrsT, HICH*BT AM) BKST KYE
wlttBKV EXTANT;
By the gallon or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
5
Uniform lu
Absolut «!y pm« ryte.
A nur» and safe tonie.
A reliable stimulant
S. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
*■ BiWy-26
and delicate In flavor.
hi
ILESME LlflUl
JJ
JOHN P. DONAHOE,
tl —BOTTLE* OF
AND BOLE AGENT OK WILLIAM MASSEY
A OU.'# PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartliolomay Roc'.ester Bcrr.
Jlie brevrlnK» arc unequalled for purity and
flavor; cotiHtantly ou hand In kef* or
bottlodl. Mineral vntlcr* iu all
the different flavor«.
517 AND 519 0 RÄNGESTREET,
Wn.MIKOTON, l>KL.
Polite and arrormnodatltiir drlrers. Order*
oy m» 1I promptly all«mb I lo. lie
u-mI with the Telephone Exch.uige. and his (dgnal
--S-J in y 1-18
HOLD IN STORK AND IN U. fl!
BON DEI> WAItBHOUHEd pure
whUkle« from the following celebrated
Ulterior
A. Overholt A Co., .Tanlmry 1 k 79nnd June 1880.
A. Oitekenhelmer A Bro., May 1871».
John Oil)son, Sou A Co., May 1SÏS aud Jane 1880.
Hannlri IMhMIIIuk Co., Ae.giiht 18 ?.».
Sherwood, NuveiuborÜRfS
versink (Uaa-hng, 1'a.,
. Vernon, May, i860.
is alaocounec
W E
Sti
•1 J
1880.
) February, ld80.
N
M
The above floods will be sold either In bond
tax paid
the lowest
rket
;*. bainple*
may l>e secu at this store.
NO. 103 MARKET bTKEET.
myfl-ao
• FRANCIS KELLY A OO.
H AlWJiJCN MME.
ä~r~ft treffe'-;
1 Ü
CURgH
Disease la an effect, not a cruise, it* origin 1*
within ; Its nmnifcbtatlons without,
cure the dUcasc the.cauue must bo removed, and
bo* effected.
WARNER'S SAFE KIDNEY AND LIVES
)ubt this prluclple.
Hence to
oilier
In
CURE U established
realizes that
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arise from deranged kidney* and
liver, and It slrlko« at onve at the root of the diffi
culty. 'Ute elements of which It Is composed act
directly upon these grout organs, both as a food
and restorer, and by placing them lu a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from ihesynL m.
. For the Inuuincrahle tvouhlua caused hv
healthy Khjitey, Liver and Urinary Organs
the distressing Disorder» of Women ; for Malaria,
aud for physical deniugem eut* generally, this
great remedy ii&s no equal. Beware of Impt
Imltatlniis and concoctions said to hejustHsgoo<l.
For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'» SAFE DIA
BETES CUKF..
For Sale by all dealers.
for
Ta,
il. H. WARNER A CO,,
BOOHESTEB, N. Y.
AGEXT8! A«EiVTS! AGENTS!
Fpr (JKN. DODGE'S bran' new book, entitled
Thirty-Three
Years Among
OUR WHO iNBMNS!
A true record of tho Author s Thi. tt/ ThrtsYcan Pcrwnal
Experience ainung ci ir Lidia uj. With an aile Iutroductiou
By Gen, Sherman.
Thi.i new work wm at cnee etibfcribed for by President
Artwc* ami entire Cabinet, and by Gen. Sherman, Of*
tirant, Qcn. 0ti< rillen, Gem i/anoadi-, and thQtoanJiot F»a
Inent Men. Ui:x. GhanT »ay»: "h h the Lett boot on
Italic
Lifo ever wri
•'* Bisnor Wilet (Methodist)
■ays -.—"It it a boottfinunctm value." It i* tl,e only onthca
tic account of our Indian» ever published, fully revcul
i n K 8boly "Inner life,'' kcçrot doings, exploiL, etc. ft |a
rrplcto With thrilling «spcrloAOef of tho Author, and of f*
pioua Spouts, Trappers, Cow-boys,Minora,Border Kufflana,
etc., vividly portraying lafo in the Great West ua it now ia.
48d ihauaaml in pres*. \V ith Steel Kngravlngs ond Bupcrb
UHrproo-Wttto^i'l 1 i« lö Colcra, from photogrujiba
made by the U. 8. Govcrnmen t '\rrrc.Wy for this g
AGENTS! This grand book is now out-,
othera 10 to 1. No competition. Age
orders a day. Wo went 1OOO
choice Territory and Sjxcial Tc
_-selling all
average lO to 20
. Ex
fiten. Our large rireq
1*4» With full parttaulnni teni ./hee. A fine Npecui.cn plata
t in ad:htion for a 8 cent t tamp. Addrew tho solo pub »
A. D. YTORTH1NGTON i CO., Habtfoqd, Cos», -
S'.|)25-16td
T
DR. ÿ
t.
BEFORE-AND-AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent m 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOONO QR OLD,
r.B'5 (.afforinff. from Hhhvqus Pkdility.
t Vitality, Lack or Nejryï Voua« am»
:\ all thuca disbosoa
o:u A Rusts aud
UO
W
Lost
, Wasting Weakm
ft 1'itHHOMAli NATUHÎ'. »
Othkh cauhkr. Soeetly
rntiott of Health. V v _.
Thogramioft diwovory of the Nineteci.il» Century.
Send at once forlUu^i . »M pugip]»lot frep. Address
VOLTAIC REU 69., MARSHALL, HIGH.
jvrrgfcc am -x%Mi\snaajun*mxmmmam
eh, an d a I
ultln? rV
cf ond
and Man
» Ml 11 "•
T EA
1 TEA ! TEA !
One lliukdred Cliestft of very choice now crop
TEAS Just received, among them ourjustly famous
50 and 00c. These goods arc all choice brands and
ofgood
chop and deserve a [rial by all loy
TEAS.
also constantly
nahe«
living
Java, Moclm, Bio,
<1 Maracaibo Coffees. Ooffoe, 12, 1ft,
choice Brenklhst Osffce at 25c.
Invoices
We
of COFFEES.
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ADDRESS:
ML & TAYLOR,
NO. 502 KING STREET,
LMINUTON, UF
MIS CELIA N MO TTè,
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ATTENTION HOÜSEKEE
BEDS* BEDS!

U. 8. S. "Y'andaJia," 3d Hate, Navy Yard, N. Y., December loth, 1SÎV* ,
Commodore, Karl EugUsh , V. S. X. t Chief of the Bureau of Equipment and Recrriltlnf,
WaHhiuffton, J). C. 8i:t : In obedience to your orders of December 8th, I beg leave to stft>
mît, herewith, the statements to me ot Libi t. Commander G. F. F. Wilde, Executive
Officer of this vessel, fit reference to the
PATENT ELASTIC FELT MATTRESSES and PILLOWS.
'■m
This statement is made in accordance with the instructions received at the time the soSiï
articles were issued to thiö ship for trial, with my approval of the
"T^IE FELT MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS
wero placed iu the berths of the «hip ou the 20th duy of March loft, aud have, therefore, f
undergone a trial of something more than #ght months.
" The present condition of the Mattresses and Pillows shows that they retain their orig
inal elasticity unimpaired. The surface of the Felt remains even and smooth, without >
having formed tlito "lumps" or "knots'' to the slightest extent. In the tropical climat«
the Felt was found to be a remarkably cool and comfortable substance to lie upon. It
was non-absoi bent of moisture, either from the body or damp atmosphere, and remained t.
sweet and pure, and free from the slightest objectionable odor under all conditions of at- ■•m!
mosphere.
same.
" The Mattresses and Pillows
were also fouud to be free from vermin of all kinds, at all times. In one room where
there was a hair Mattress in use, Ufe Officer occupying it
despite all efforts to prevent the annoyance, but the Felt in every instance remained prool
against the pests.
" As regards the flotation qualities of the "Felt," I would make the following report of
the test made by me. A sample or "model" Mattress, one foot long, ten inches wide, aud
five Indies thick, weighing one and one half pounds in the aggregate, was used. The
ticking at one end was cut away to permit the water to make its way in between the sheets j
of the Felt, if possible. A chain shackle, weighing twenty-live pounds, was made fast to
the model, which was then placed in the water. At the end of twenty-four consecutive
hours, the upper side oi the model was still above the surface of the water ; upon being ^
taken from the water and examined, the model was found to weigh four and one-half
pounds gross weight, the greater part of which weigj t being caused by the water which
the ticking had absorbed. The water had penetrated the "Felt" only about one-eighth
Oh) of an inch.
" I would reoo nrnend the
troubled with bug vermin, ^

PATENT ELASTIC FELT MATTRESSES and PILLOWS
for the use of Officers of the Navy. My opinion is that the Felt is the most cleanly, com
fortable and durable substance for the purposes to which It is put, ever tried in the Navv,
and it is a most efficient Life*Preserving material os well. All the officers of the ship
using these Mattresses concur with me in this opinion, and I strongly recommend the use
of these Mattresses and Pillows by the Bureau. "
Very respectfully, Your obedient servant,
[Signed] Richard W. Meade, Commander U. 8. N., Commanding.
Commandant's Office, Navy Yard, N. Y., Forwarded Dec. 11th, 1870.
[Signed] W. W. Queen, Captain Commanding.
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United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, D1C., Aug. 7,18S2.
Dear Sir : It gives me pleasure to inform you that at the International Fishery Exhi
bition, recently held in Berlin, a Bronzed Medal was awarded to you for your exhibition
of Life Saving Mattresses, as well also for its superiority over all articles for Beds,Bolsters
and Pillows.
Yours respectfully,
Spencer F. Baird, Commissioner of Fisheries.
*-SOLD BY
JAMES MEGRATTEK,
Sole Agent for the above named MATTRESSES, BOL8TERS and
PILLOWS for the State of Delawurc.
NO. 419 MARKET STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
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JOHN MEALEY,
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WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor
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