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9 ' of
Hon.
report
of
tible,
had
HOWARD M. JEN EINS, WILMER ATKINSON,
FRANCIS C. FERRIS. _
WILMINGTON. DEL.
TUsnday, Angus» 10,1873.
Im postant Notice .—After January 1st. 1875,
the Publishers of The Delaware Triiutne wit
prepay postage thereon, amt the paper will be sent
subscribers at the present price, 62 per year.
reading
I IU PORTANT TO PEACH •■»ROWER*.
Tbs Daily Commercial will
ofpseek shipments oail of the ermtlition of th•• «
ill be highly vat
it daily reports
rkets
at
with
nity."
during tks shipping *ea*w» which
uabU to ell engagtd in marketing the peach crop, on
the Delaware Peninsula. The Commbki
mailed to subscribers postage paid at 50 cei
fiend along your orders.
ever,
rill M
tie,
a month
IMDinMDKBCZ III THS CITY ELECTION,
LAST TSAR AMD THIS.
A year ago, under pressure of oiroumstauces,
a large part of the Republican voters in the
strangest Republican ward of the city chose to
vote for a candidate for Council not nominated
in the usual party manner. The Commercial in
sisted that they had a right to do so, if their
oonvietiona of duty prompted tho act,
doubtedly they did. We sympathized with
belief that this display of an independent spirit
wholesome at the time, and would do good.
We considered it good not ouly for tho public in
terests, bfit
for we had not, thon,
took the coarse stated, auy purpose hostile
tbe Republican organization. We appreciated
highly the importance ot maintaining it, in
thia city, in this State, and iu tho Nation, to
bark in any movement which would iutlict a huit
upon it, and we regarded then,
dependence and moral courage of its members,
exhibited aa those qualities then were, as tho
beat guarantee of its continued value to the pub
lio interests.
trate
talk
for the Republican party, itself,
had tlio voters who
him.
suoh
to
six
all
and
for
, the iu
In the " independent movement" of 1874,
there was no purpose to disrupt the Republic
party, but simply, at a time when circumstances
demanded the assertion of private judgment aud
political conscience, to give those feelings vent.
Home who saw the candidacy of Mr. Canby and
the exertions mado in his behalf, may have flat
tered themselves that thi
tho beginning of
the factional strife whioli would destroy tho Re
publican party in Wilmington. It
tiling. It
in a local election, between
aaaertion of the right of voters to
ault their oonvictions of public duty in the
ciae of their franchise.
.the.exerciBo of
intelligent choice
Republicans,
of
campaign, do
e that moves ] by
defeat the former. It |
Independent Republican
had a reasonable chance of election
Circumstances, iu the pres
auy number of Republicans to follow
the Seventh Ward precedent of 1874. As be
tween Valentine and Whiteloy, thoy s
for choosing tbe latter, aud
them to take any step
ia possible that if
not
would prefer to put him in the field and defeat
Capt. Valentine. We do not know of such p
, but there may be some. But as thore is
such reasonable cbauce of his election, aud
there is no feeling of irritation prevailing ly
amongst Republicans that moves any of them to ;
extraordinary methods of action, so there is no ;
desire for or sympathy with any sort of movement i
the outcome of which must bo tlio election of the j t
Democratic candidate for Mayor. It is charged ,
that Capt. Valentiue in a "Ring man." Well,
■uj port him with the expectation that he will
act honorably to all elements in his party aud
independently of factional conkiderations.but bo- j
tween any Ring that he is likely to bo associated
with, and that headed aud directed by
Mr. Archibald Givou, tbe Commerc
choose»
former, and
emphatically doolare the fact. May
Himms's neighbor, which terms itself "a
fast adherent to principle"—wliich
doubt, the principle of
certainly it has not adhorod
see in this what dissatisfies it, but wo assure it
that the ComiEBciAL has nevor beeu committed,
be, to any line of action that is cal
culated to sell out tho Republic
We shall neither
a.
advantage, for
auy other—may
P'
and will
of Delaware.
under Mr. Given,
follow the coat-tails of Mr. Bayard, until theso
gentlemen
greater loaders aud wiser statos
than they have yet proved thomselvoM.
VON BÄNDEL AND THE HERMANN MONU
MENT.
A life work which roads liko a romance is that
which has jUBt boon consummated iu tho in&u
llermann, the
Groton
's labor, self denial
guration of the colossal statuo
ancient German soldier and liberator,
burg. Ho it is that
aud disappointment
mance for his fello
atitute a pleasurable ro
. Nothing
agreeably
pain—experienced by
titilates
symp&thi
others. The Tragedy aud tlio Novel
upon this <(ueer slant in h
out the element of suffering, and the enjoyment
of suffering, those social agencies
large a placo iu the world would c
Just
built
e, for with
fill
Herr V
Baudcl, who lias finished his
statue of Hermann, has furnished by his thirty
oeven years of toil, doubt and discouragement, a
theme for gratification and applause. Neglected,
utterly lost sight of for a decade
artist wrought ou under the
fluences it is possible to conceive, aud his work
is made at the end the occasion of a national fes
tival. Happily tho bravo worker' lived to sco the
day of his triumph, though it might easily h
been otherwise. But
ime. tl
co of
e pros
ally and nobility, of military aud vast
citizens, the personal
gratulatio
peror, the enthusiastic praise of the n
honors laid before tho old
of the K
"I ll P
ho for
■early forty years toiled at his forgo,
for help
him heed.
Tbe work itself i
begged
tho work, whil
carry
of the wc
It is a statue of copper,
any statue in the world, boing 90 feet ii
This colossal figure is in 200 pieces,
beaten by hand, much of it by V
self. The figure stands witii uplifted
ing a sword, and the sword
and is 24 feet in length. Tho s
It is placed on a gothi
. This structure
is 93 feet high, making the total height of the
monument 183 foet, far out-towering the trees of
the mountain top on which
mann, or Annin, livod 1900 y
is the lapse between that ago
German annals give a complete (history of Ins
life and
veral tit
s larger than
eight,
d was all
Baudol him
bos
ighs 1100 p
nds
weighs 11
pillars surmounted by a d<
base of
it is placed. II
ago, but great
d this the
. Ho
tho Saviour of G
many, the
who defeated the Uc
and who succeeded
regenerating and
consolidating the Teutonic
in the line of progress which they havo kept
this day without break
etrange that
who lived before the Christian era, while of
Shakespeare, who lived but 300 y
know
s, placing tli
know all ab
tho life of a m;
s ago, wo
* debated whether
little that it i
"Shakespeare"
name it bears !
Whether tho Hermauu statue i
colossal—whether
art—the critics havo
least know
Oermany but
indeed fickle if the
writteu by the porsc
wh
tything Li
we at
yet told us, b
an exemplar not only
all tho world. Mon will be
Baudel docs
of Vo
a reminder of
oourage aud tenaciona strength of purpose.
long stand
flinching
If Anything in the world is completely absurd
it ia for a Democratic newspaper like the Unit lie
talk of Republican "prejudice" against col
the slav
ored men. The Republican party
free, while the Democratic party sought to keep
them in bondage. The former party gave them
, while the latter resisted even- ntop of the
measure. They have received fair
jd decent
American citizens, from the Re
publicans, and all their sufferings
treatment,
id wrongs
If that paper wanta to go through a half column
of feeble verbiege, to show th
have leu "prejudice" against colored
Republican« . oertaiuly it is wclcn
hut what could be more silly ?
have oome at the hands of the (3ui
the Demo
ni tl
• I «
The
n cnitn
TH» HIHOUl gjlUUOR
Tb> R(pubUcuIa 0 , cbHter «ninty held Unir
coanty meeting it Wut Client«, ob Tm«Uj.
tb , DemoonU.) »hä til. »nnnoi»!
quMboo reeotved (liecaenioa. Km W HI
uUn b „ rmon , op| u ion upoo it, but Tory
i b „ pr * V fciliiig tienne vu (or so and cnr
Kx-Senntor Wo. B. Weddell seemed to
pi^f er 0 vading the ieene, thinking that
0 f the country end no party had yet dotted
W ^ A ( WM needed; and Dr. N. A. Pounypacker, of
pi lfen i XT iUe, said it was a perplexing queetiou
w j,i c h needed more thought, and would peoba
; bly *dj og t itself anyhow, "at the p'oper Une;'*
wb i1e Jonathan Barton denounced the national
banke, and wanted greenbxeke instead of their
note«. On the other a|de, howler, Hoi* Wm.
Darlington, Capt. f R T. Cornwell, Joe.
F. Perdue, Esq., Maj. S. B. Moore,
of the American Jiepnblican,
Hon. Washington Townsend all made
steche» in whleh, (preeuming the newspaper
report to do justico to their remarks,) the jiuglo
of gold ami eilver oui
tible, and it was evident that Henator Morton's
apparouf conversion ftom iuflation thoories had
had
cultural
Artwng
nual
nether
had
him
part
rum
The
Join
from
aud
is
aud
than
less percep*
Moore had been
influence. Maj
reading Morton's L'lbana speech, and fonnd its
arguments weighty.
The Republican resolutions passed iticlnlo the
following :
r
vat
'We favor the
eai liest practicable
of specie payments
consistent
at tl
with tlio bust interests of the buriuoas commu
nity."
Which
on
vory lit
nuts, of courso,
rerybody being at liberty
to when "tho earliest practicable
ent'' may bo. The Demooiats, how
ever, though filled as usual wilh professions 'of
M
tie,
ley
devotion to Ihe "time-houored principles of | Ly
Joffersou aud Jackson," dodged the financial 1
inly, and their resolutions do not refer
if
the
to
in
their
spirit
good.
in
in
huit
tho
pub
relie.ve "the pros
trate condition of business,'' by reducing tho
salaries of State officers ! With tbe Ohio
it, except by proposiug
, aud the
Thurman in thoir midst, thoy did
talk about "tho money that jingles," or
affirm tlio f
currency founded
rful example of Henator
devotion of theif party
gold and silver.
who
THE CITY CAN VA88-THE TWO TICKETS.
If the Ropubliban nomination for Mayor had
e of the other goutlemeu, Mr.
Valentino ami his friends would have been
preted, of course, to acquieace,aud help to elect
him. It in tho usual and common-sonse rule of
suoh nominations, and in fact a perfectly fair
Mr. Valentine received the largest
number of votes—a result foreseen by every
careful observer,since the vote of those opposed
to his nomination was divided amougst five
six different persons—he is duly mado the
didate, aud is entitled to the hearty support of
all who call themselves Republicans. Of his
competency to fill the place there can be
doubt; he is perfectly familiar with its duties,
and has all tho ability, lutolliguuco, and ed
noeded. Furthermore,
that ho responds
for au cffici
his best endeavor
iu
1874,
aud
vent.
and
flat
the public anxiety
and will
id clean police fo
secure fit and propor
. and to keep the force free of those who
of
Re
bring reproach upon it. Tho appoiutmeut and
supervision of the police is his chief duty, aud
choice
almost his only function of auy importance, and
tho assurance that bo will do what the majority
of good citizens desire in regard to it almost
do covers tlio whole ground.
simply a choice between Mr. Val
entino and Mr. Whiteley. If thofo
by Republicans,or seriously weakened
moves ] by any sort of Independent or other third ticket,
It | Mr. Whiteley will ho Ihe Mayor for tlio ut
follow
be
There i
wvely c
b, and tho Democratic police regime
established, will be
til 1878. Wo ha
such as Mayor Sim:
i
defeat continued
p
is prefer a change, but if
aud doesn't desire to lose it,why his course is ontirc
ly plain—to weaken Valentine by auy method
to ; available, and help the election of Whiteley. Wo
no ; can see no reason why any Republican should
i mukc that choice, butas wel
the j t ue who does bo, goou with his eyes op
charged , consequence,
Im 1
, and
st Republic
cei Uinly
•o just eaid, any
to the
d
THE GREAT EXPOSITION -MU. JAY S PIP
ING.
Hon. John Jay, of N
tobe V. H. Minister at Vion
York, w
happened
hold, has been writing ti e
i aeries of letters, develop
for tlio use of tho Ccu
IIo wa-s first inclined
ght to bo put off a fow years',
m the inertia which be
n vouorablo bones that
Now York Tribune.
ing his stores of
isdi
ni&] Expositi
think that
fooling
oed within hi
Lugs could uot possibly bo
fark by
re fro
d.v
. Bnt if the lmt-headed Ex
copie insisted
going ahead, the
P'
Sir. Jay had a
mb
make,
all of which, us it happens, wore already
quite familiar to other well informed pooplo,and
of
ggentu
'
had received d
Furthermore, Sir. Jay seeks to compiic
mutters by conveying the impression that thore
will be troublo with tho forcigu exhibitors,grow
of. opposing industrial policies, Ac.
What good can ho liopo to sorvo by such a
courue V The exposition will certainly bo hold,
and it is tho duty of overy citizou to louder ail
tho help withiu his (lower, rather than to heap
obstacles before it. Tho people of this Htate
have a poouli;
only from our closctics» in pos
phia, but also because our capitalists and arti
ncctod with tlio enterprise i
ways.
I
1
iuteroo
the (i
Philadel
Th
r cold wab
and stupidity of those who
th
it can have no effect here,
but wo
the public a
link it tho duty of those who
neighborhoods
light. In
stead of lending
to presages of disaster poo
plo would be
.ably employed iu help
a place
liu tlio
l!."
ek l ubbcriptions. Th
fo
this groat
day of triumph eacl
n will feel justly p
summation of tlio woik.
is for tho City Council,
d
f tho Re
ten days.
•iii l-o
ado within tl
go upon Republicans tho vital import
of selecting good and strong men. It is well
Wo
tu ■
control of th
icxt Cot
members in order to ob
They need
ai u a majority, as they already hav
hers holding
fidencothat
. So groat 1
been the
havo arranged a " hlato ' of of
lice
to be elected by their majority—when they
. Mr. Councilman Mcli
be Chief Engineer «f tho W»'
Works, mid
Pay lor Registrar. Tho Auditor
O'Noill as a l><
Mr. Cotitieilraa
ship was offered
s snppo
e majority of
>f Whiteloy.
Ik
tli
dete
y
"slates"
fixed ti(i. If Ih
vble cam
Republicans
li.Utos
lh«i Wards, thore will
11. Furtber
tliu Ward tick
be no Demo
ty in Con
ets will greatly assist tho elootiou of
ticket._
Tho Collies of Manchester aud Loudon, vvhc
failure the
mado .such a «ii-a
day
shilling.» and six penc
(.ay t .v
tho pound, oi
a favorablo showing of their
3 ■
ling, c
, and a largo part
es :< of that
Ion-ppec
ulat!
of
. They pickod
trouble, and are having
bones ir
of
oppo
how thoy like being picked, themselves,
their failure lias .' -uined a fraudule
Hin
character and tho head of the concern h
away, the whole bu
î looks of the blackest,
liue illustration of that ideal
sometimes
l affords a
mercantile world, which we
toll exists in Groat Britain, very, very superior
to American loos
, irregulai.ty
Vo remember "Golden" in
d dis
of
Mrs. Oliphants stories, and
sex" company iu Thackeray's page.-, aud add
of such pictures, dra
perils, those of these Collies, wl
rupti
"Wost Diddle
by Euglish
amount equal lo Jay Cooke,
, Sherman A Co , under
wholesale frauds. The Philis
Dnn
rtauces that
biund the
of England ia thick-coated, but
Unis
that Euglish human nature differs little from
that this side of the Atlantio, while the
Jiidg,
md
a* high hero
ards of commercial integrity
there.
Tho Rockford. Rock Island and Sf. Lc
auction,
Rail
Chicago, yesterday,
forecloei
under a deorço of c
of
gagu. It was purchased for
holdere for $1,320,000,
German bond
The Secretory of the Wianebego County Agri*
cultural Society of Illinoie meat be a simpleton
Artwng omenta for the Society's fair being in
progress, hs took the liberty of inviting,
responsibility.
LI
hit
orator to deliver the an
nual address, and selected—of all
editor
ling
the
nether world !—Mr. Jefferson Devis, former
President of the "Southern Confederacy." Waa
anything
thoritff on agriculture,and his selection, if there
had never boon a war, would not have been
thought of ; the reason why the Secretary asked
him was of course because he had been the flg
hoad of tho Rebellion. Howovur, the an
absurd V Davie ie
the
from
which
fabric
nouncf ment of tho invitation canoed a preat
doubt, cancelled.
ul it will bo,
rum pm*,
The people of Winnebago do uot propose
Join in glorifying Mr. Jefferson Davis.
A
Ft
little
a
miug
rich.
but
the
aud
of
At
The Western floods tiavo done less damage
wheat was swept away
from tlio river bottoms, but on tho higher ground
aud upland, it was only damaged by the rains,
which caused sprouting, aud tho average iujury
is regarded, upon full reports from a liuudrod
aud fifty different localities, as not ovor thirty
three per cent. Corn promises to be au immense
crop, and the area plauted is larger than usual.
While the amount of breadetuffe is roduoed,
doubtedly, wo shall bo able to supply all Europe
demande, and shall get good prices for it.
qu
than was fsared. The 1
loud
"Whippiug in the Mickies" is what
mouthed supporters or Colouol Whitoley have
beeu talking about. Ho we learn from the .1(1
r irlistv, which cautious these persons with the
loud mouths that thoy had better
nor. We
tell better about that after tbe city election;
crack their
;.poee that they
whip in such a
come into lino and give White
ley their best efforts, it will bo justly ooncludod
of | Ly tbe "loud-mouthed'' that whipping-in is al
1 WRyH practicable.
' —*■—
if the O'Neill
tho
Illavi lund Politics.
COUNTV.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS I?
Tho Kont county Democratic convention
Chcstertown, Tuesday, aud made
semblcd
tlio following nominations ; For Btato Henator,
W. T. Hepbron ; for House of Delegates, Lswm
Usilton and Htephen Boyer ; for Sheriff, Philip
Modder* ; for State's Attorney, H. W. Vickers ;
e Orphans' Court, Robert Nicli
J. Schal Icross, and J. R. B. Wilson ;
for County Commissioners, W. O. Lucas, T. P.
Dixou, and T. Rommil Strong ; for Oouuty Sur
veyor, 1'. H. Gresham.
of
for Judge
Ola
had
Mr.
Political Notes.
of
fair
of
his
ed
Fall official returns from Kentucky give Mc
Creary, Democrat, 36,139 majority for Governor.
99 Democrats aud 10 Republi
the House. The majority for McCreary is less
that of 1871—the last Governor's election—
and considering tho very earnest canvass made
by the Democrats, it is highly encouraging
the Republicans.
The secret political organization, that lias
" councils" in all tho wards of Baltimore, is n
looking after suitable candidates for the Gity
Council. The nominations will probably be
mado during tho present week.
Judge Kelley is not making a succosHful to
of the West with bis inflation spoocli. Ilis audi
Chicago on Friday evening only
bered about three hundred, and tho majority
there rather from curiosity than sympathy.
A correspondent of tho Baltimore Omette, a
loading Democratic papor, has beeu traveling
through Ohio, aud arter a
of the situation, throws
says that Democratic dofeat i
Avitablo, and it is
Democrats.
elected
will
who
eful examination
up the spongo. He
Htate is in
tided by tlio leading
and
aud
and
Val
The Cincinnati Enquirer expresses itself wil
ling to swap Thurman for Kelley, aud thinks
that the Democrats would get the best of tbe
It is up hill work for a
cratic bill this year. Down East ho must be
cl on the license question; in New York lio
riled aud hooted at by the orthodox in Dem
ocratic faith if lie favored greenbacks; while iu
Ohio to mention bard
fill tho Demo
be
oney brings d(
upon
him tho wrath of tho faiflifnl, all the way from
1 money B:l! Allan to the horny
tho once 1
Wo
Im 1
'.ai.dcl
Tho Greenback Convention is to meet iu Do
it week. The call is signed by Moses W.
Field, aud among those expected to address the
Convention are William I). Kelley,of i'ouiisylva
nia, General John II. Gordon, of Georgia^ aud
•Senator Carpenter, of Win
Tlio Democrats of Montgomery county cl
any six delegates
the yesterday, fo
Dr. E. L. Acker,
and two forjudge Henry P. Robb,
d
sylvani
the r
of whom, i
for
a candidate for Governor,
Bodford c
Rylvania Democ
y, Pa , doing
to tho P
were yesterday
PIP
ie C
for Goo. II. H;
first and U. 1*. ltoi
Govoruor.
Tho Democrati
District of Maiui
Madigan for Representative i
tho uuoxpired toriu of nersoy, dec
ti e
Ccu
Fourth
of tl
atCl ! to fili
tl.
tho uuoxpired toriu of nersoy, dec
tl.
A New Motor in Heading.
E MAUVE!. I
[From the it
ling Eagle.]
A young Reading mechanic who for tho p
nt desires lus
withhold for particular
almost completed a ne
Koely s famous
glior than a kite,
the counter or
tier's tobacco store yesterday
dy and graphic det-cripti
forking fully showed that lie was
tho situation and that ho thoroughly
dorstood tlio workings of liis patent. It ie
' led to run a passenger train without
steam. Tho
ihich ho says will eclip
aachino,
>1
exhibited i
V.
Homing
aud hi
. A
ing man exhibited tho niodil of
it consists of three parts. Tho first is a
l»ri;o i.
linder. (
the two sides of this
I In
ected with tho
all cylinders are
1
In those tw
tho turbine h
by the newly discovered L
the exhibitor st:
keep to
mt. The
o proporly connected with rods, etc.,
d ho would 1
itil lie had sc
orly fitted *
stopped, re
achinery, aud the vulv
e prop
uu bu started,
I to tho speed
is designed to bo
thu
jgnlatc'il a
1. Tlii
•■I
Pi
claimed, a
bo run fr
lightning p
very powerful,
little
tho |:
Tim
piaro inch
d pounds. Ah
completed, although the me«
sufficientiv
itor is
uiiu has
fully
sled i
s, tl
at the thing
d that if a
s will stand i
P
gore «
tossod OVOI
express tra
tho road twi
fa
tho fa
Ii

tliimulrl 1
tho Boston
A letter from Watch Hill, R. I.,
Ihrahl. relates this
: « A
this Hummer
y pretty love
romance has cropped
Hill, wliich may be worth tolling. The prettiest
i f the great !-••!*>-• n a!
the
girl
ighteen.
rw
s her first
and she was fancy
free when she e.
tuished Cl
ie is tho niece of a
dis
■U'
abundant
ly child.
bath
I
fortune left by a doting father to at
makes
She is f
ti
a ge
uretly pict
î the hreakei
ids tl
she tin
trical i
»Ii
«lash into tho* w
lie
aught up
or from i
deutly thought so, f
bo on 1
<1
«1 in the surf. A
l'
«lei
■i
generally
ted
1 to
tl.
. He did
kind of p
fearful of
o ly too roughly.
speak to
« t
lav
ing H|>
rude v
I don't think si
■ , I
» I
o. One
ab
go Die divine Miss
m into her head
bathe before
alone. Blie
I
was frolicking iu the
ig a
ves all by hereolf, and
vlion young Esoulapius
pa.-s by, 'slrvlliug
i
<!«' prob
ably
th«
. Tl
girl
M >
ddeuly take
thought Mjmeibiug d
, for sho ga
stranger for help, lio
Rude, u
•:
»P
dful vv
11 HD
1
wild
the
mil th
i
î the
ry
11
tlirov
off
hi
oiy
gardions
led the
of Ins l,
Ho
P
girl asl
nif
In ■
ii
life,'
.
id
I.
her
good pati
l
cd a
fteie pro
together
tlio wedding this
t. Thoy hav
vorybouy ray
•H tl
Fall will bo celeb
:d with all
o pomp and
ice that Chicago is capable of."
Tlic ( liuinplon
Tho
Hie Trotting: Turf.
Lulu, tlio winner of tho groat
Rochester, New York, in the best
mado, is owued by Mr. Jos.
Harkcr, of Now York, is now olov
dor's Norman, and 1
was got by imported Houton. B
cord of 2 16
gust 11, 1871, and w
meeting early last w«
ting
four mile beats cv
old,
s Hired by AU '
at Rochester,
the Buffalo
a 2.2
a h
■It iu2.15. Lulu h
on imaginable, showing
that the spec
raking unusually fast
iiioctiou it is worth while
the
little ef
scaroely imagine
that bhe I
In tin
notice
isid
i(«t many years
;d a great achievement for a horse to
id forty seconds. Now
mile in two
that is considered vory slow time in a
noting of tho Cleveland club only
ro oi the forty-four heals were slower than
trotted iu 2.18. Hince
tin n Am<-rican Girl lias trotted a
d the other day Lulu trotted in 2.15, Gold
smith Maid's record ia 2.14, and a largo number
of horses have made aud beaten 2.2Ü.
th«
2.2i), and o
do in 2.17?;,
Edwin Booth, the great tragedian, was thrown
from his carriage yesterday in New York, aud
seriously injured.
LI BN ■ ABOUT
au
WUATS—AOIXTITT AHOXO TU ttIU.1
LAST
NEBS, Aa
ing.
Mrs. Mary H. Wills, wife of Morgen B. Wills,
editor of the Norristown (Pa.,) Herald, la travel
ling with her husband in Europe, maintaining
the while
interesting oorreépondenoe with
enrred
after
Matt.
ous.
the
the home paper. Her last letter was written
from Paris, where at oensidarable trouble ehe
gathered some fresh ideas of the fashions,
which will be read with interest We make
extraote from the letter ;
Black ailk still continues to be the favorite
fabric for costomea, although
W
Wut
villa,
ject
I
A A NSW tlfrglUU CALLED BIRILUKNE
remises to be more popular for oold weather,
siiw'ar in appearauoe and said to be ser
Ft
vloeablo.
Tho daya of polonaise are numbered. Rac
ers universal, are short, round and but
little trimmed, very small buttons are used, aud
tight, frequently ornameftted with
a bow at the hand ; if fringe is used for trim
miug it is kuotted iu the silk, and is thick and
rich. Overskirts are looped bigh^t the sides
bouffant that crinoline or a tournure
unnecessary. The underskirts are narrow,
but most elaborately trimmed, with flounces,
plissees and the box pleads.
I saw some handsome travelling and street
suits of gray drab and blue cloth, the underskirt
finished by a pleat alternate with wide braid,
the overskirt trimmed with a single
same military braid, and the watet a
combination of
ribbon bow was placed
aud at the waist.
For parties and evouiug
of blue, pink, pearl aud tnauve
dresses are made high
sleeves,over which is
sleeveless jacket of valeuciennee lace and muslin.
At the opera the majority of youug ladies
dresses oxooodUigly "decollete," while matrons
heightened their charms bv indulgiug In the
heart shaped stylo, decorously trimmed with laoe
illusion and ornamented with a brooch
bouquet.
Gold aud silver braid will be extensively usod
dresses, cloaks aud wraps. It is expensive
aud showy.
qu
pare,
stand
fled.
dou't
from
new
were
Mr.
It
as
7th
sleeves made
of the
of
and half tight jaoket. A
the back of the ueck
delicate shades
used. The
the neck and long
a tablier overskirt aud
al
NEWEST WRAPS
simply small round capos, which only reach
the waist, but are entirely covered with lace,
braid aud fringe. The Dolman is muoh used: all
very short behind, but long and
elaborate iu front. The slope seems to
nieiice at Ihe hips. Most of these garments are
embroidered anil finished with feather trimming,
the stiff, ungraceful, uusetviceable article in
vogue wilh us, but soft, variegated, aud mads
entirely of geuuine tips. It is of courbe pr
tionately expensive, l'assamentorio and
but little used, but Jet still retains its sway.
At Worth's we saw a velvet coat just completed,
the rolling collar of which was entirely formed
of boads,
Htreet dresses
than with
flaring whito collar uot used by us. Long scarfs
of guipure lace are fastened to the front of the
corsage by a bow, then cangtit on tho shoulder,
tied at the waist aud allowed to bang gracefully
You meet very few ladies who
oped in some
out them
;
;
P.
Sur
the cloaks
a
of
cut muoh lower in the neck
; tins permits tlio wearing of a wide
Mc
less
made
Gity
be
audi
a
envoi
of outside wrap Halts with
considered full dress.
milliners' windows
> beginning
this early a
bo gay with
do uot diff r materially from
. Those curiously contrived struc
disfig
styles, which
Ibu old
uring to tho wearor, but
fondly because they
here. Thu neatest, jauutiest "chapeaux"
certainly the
wa y, >
imported,
oliug
uukuowu
iii
fashionable iu P
. The
imply trimmed with a
of laoe,ribbon
be used for
the brim
I
wroath of flowers without
illusion. Flowers
face trimming during the autumn,
tits rather close, is turned up at the back and
the trimming placed there. Nastnrtions, wall
dowers aud beriios are coming into bloom, and
poppies have gone to seed.
Tho coiffure a la Grecque is either a
Atlaulio invention or else passe here, for tlio
hair is still arranged with a wonderful multiplic
ity of puffs, braids, curls, and evoti the
He
in
wil
thinks
tbe
be
lio
Dem
iu
of
COSTUME.
and have at least threo buttons, but faahion de
thoy shall no longer be stitched at the back.
Tho purchase of this very important addition
overy lady's toilette is a mud
business than wit'
tho color from a book of kid samples, thei
measured with the s
upon
from
complicated
. You first select
curacy aud detail
would be for shoes. A day is appointed and
go aud try a pair on and mako any
lions and alterations ere y<
Wlion completed each pair is
uiselln tells
The best quality of gloves cost per dozen about
eighteen dollars in gold.
Trying on goods is part of tho Farisiau
No matter wi
may bo, you
Do
W.
the
aud
yt
1
order is filled,
and Mad
fitted
you with sparkling eyes "They
but Madame's hand is Ho neat."
for
Ie,
the quality
invitod
style of garmeut
practically test the
fit
Tlio bhop-koepors learn your address and you
whelmed with circulars ; persoui
ruadjr
clothing, e
»plea ar
freely and gei
endeavor
dored goods. I have
sly giv
make you
en. In st
think you imv
with goods wait for ii
Fourth
fili
for
return of a
exhibit so
iking a sale would bo se
ined, and yea
t cas.es they have tlieir reward.
wl
they wished
article, evidently
cured if they could bo e?
■l.v
Illind but Fncrgetic.
NEW ENGLAND
11 ECO Al ES A
A corresponde:
ty, III.,
writes from Halem, Knox
esting account of a success
ful blind fanner, which we condense in tho ful
lowing paragraphs :
Perhaps 1 may toll a story uot devoid of in
st to the general reader,* and which may fur
uioh somo incentive to the young man who
uot born with a gold spoon in his mouth, and
may suggest to him that, in possession of health
and vigor aud all his faculties, he ought not
ms. A few decades
ago my subject was born of Quaker parentage in
tho Champlain Valley, with but little heritage
otherlhau a good n
Like most of the New.Eugland boys,* ho set
rork, and then sowing a lot of wild oats witii
ones, but overy year winuowiug the
harvest a little clOHcr, and slowly but steadily
garnering the genuiiie article. But just as he
was getting ready
was suddenly stricken blind. But
boy would not give up. Tho questi
use" was then before the pe
uw England. Tho proposition
non, and meetings were held iu every
and almost evory rchool district to iuterest
to the (Kills.
t Us
«■«■mi.li-h
«.•thing lie
of "li
ple of N
voted
tlio v
Our subject saw, or thought he
iug in the cloud. He knew lie could talk, for he
than ho could remember. He
ind how Colonel I
ie resolved I
s he thread
mountains of the
. The blind
It paid. Hilv
tho excitement died away i
drifted West, nis services
id hriug th
had talked 1«
had read of Bruce's snider,
Miller took tho British battery, and I
to try. A boy drove bis "Concord" as
valleys and climbed ....
itan land for two or three y
ed
P
about. In ti
East,
sought for in Now York, Ohio and Itidiana,
finally on to the Mississippi, and he plodded
stward with the current.
Before leaving, however,ho married
gent aud estimablo girl. I pres
of talking witii that bey,
grown up right
just how she looked aud ho liked her and sLo
id thoy had beeu engagea from
a conscientious girl. So
I hey got married, and both of them havo been
. Tbe blind leo
West, aud through the Htate
iutelli
lie got tired
id then tlio girl had
his fathor's house lie knew
liked him,
childhood and site
glad of i
wifo
6d he lectured and throughout
Wes
tion
miy of tho
His wife drove the carriage
tlio Mississippi
Hiatus.
,-ery mile from Vermont
later, in 1849,
we will cnil Mervin H. P
this township, and built tlio
on this laud he
î-;
, purchased
laud m
a dwell
since resided,
id has under his peraonal
of the best «jiiahty
pasture
Ho L
supervision,
er 15,000
of land, ami all but
of cultivation. Practically there is
bo plowed. Near tbe
Luildings are line groves of maple and box
tho seed
orchard of
high sta
that
raised fr
elder, which have bee
where they stand. Adjacent i
about 1,000 apple trees
twenty y
•hieb w
planted
ago.
Of stock Mr. Pease has 50 h
ch, 150 head of
d other
growing 200
10,000 bush
potatoes,
all tho necessary
the utensils which â
superintends
I, buys aud sidis wliat
to bo bought or sold. It h
ever been badly cheated,
of sight makes the other
a good purpose. About
he bad a few thousand bush
the tele
cattle aud 450 hogs, To feed thc
huniau and humble animals, lie h
i, which
Bliel
; 35 acres of
: 15 of wheat ;
vegetable;-, etc. On l«i
iil. Hu h
g w
s for tho
lagemeut
«î supplied. Mr. F
h11 his 1ms
I tired that lie
Tho lo
. His
the close of the w
els ot barley
graph ollico
day, he heartl a message from
through, aud lus traiued ear
Chicago clicking
1«>M Inin
stepped it
sold him
sell. Ho he
a grainbroker's over the way, and
barley for ?2 10 per bushel'. The
along and showed a
bushel. The purcha
aud wanted Pease to give him a
he could make up the loss.
day the papers
decline of 75 cei
the
agreed
This P
after sold him
a large lot of hogs for $9 50 per hundred, whicli
tho broker worked off
liuudred pounds.
a lues of ?!
Grim wood*« iiody Found.
The Chicago Evening Journal has a special
from White Hall, Mich., saying that the body of
N. 8. Grimwood, a reporter on that paper, who
accompanied Donaldson iu his lost balloon as
cension, was found on Monday on the beach of
Lake Michigan, near Htouy Creek. Letters be
longing to Grimwotal aud note« of the trip were
found on tho body.
Jeff Will Nos l.ectsare.
I
Davis will not deliver that ad
(Illinoi*) Agricultural Fair,
teuded by the Secretary of
responsibility, aud
Mr. Jeffer*
dreg*at the Rockford
The invitation
the Society
much opposition ha« been developed that it will
be withdrawn.
IwairwlM »■■■« Crap.
of
ket
at
ly
raoaanaoFTHE metinqon bundxy and mon
DAT—IN0XEA8KD ZNTEBEST, AND XABHEST
XRINOS.
Correspondents of tkt Cbmmer ci al.
Gamp G bound, Tuesday, Aug. 17.
The interest in the camp-meeting is increas
ing. In St Paul's tent, a wonderful meeting 00 -
enrred yesterday afternoon, which lasted until
after 10 P. M. Rev. George Cummins of West
Chester, Pa., preaohed in the afternoon, from
Matt. IX : 37 38, " The harvest truly ie plente
ous. bnt the laborers are few; Pray v
the Lord of the harvest, that he will
laborers Into bis harvest," The sermon was cal
culated to set the people thinking. He closed
Impress upon them the
e therefore
send forth
bmssndeavoring
Wut y of personal Vff
At 7.30, P. M., Rev. D. H. Shields of M orris
villa, Pa., preached from John XII : 38. the sub
ject being the nature and influenco of Christ's
death.
delivered in the Wilmington
The brother had been on tho
The sermou
Company's
ground but a short time, and hsd
pare, l)nt consenting to preach walked
stand and preached to ns Jesus aud him
fled. The sermon was instructive, pointed aud
practical. A brother remarked that tho sermop
good for such a small eongregatiou. We
dou't think so, however.
Rev. W. L. 8. Murray preacltod this morning
from John HI : 5—"The wind Lloweth where it
listeth," Ac. The theme was the mystei y
new birth ; the fact and the knowledge wli
lievers have, although a mystery, is
true— "Ye must be Born «gain.
It is estimated that over soven thousand people
were present on Sunday. ltov. Mr. Merritt and
Mr. Cramer, of Wilmington, and Mr. Hoggs, of
Drew Theological Heminary, filled tho pulpit.
It was a great day.
At 10 o'cl.ick, this morniug, tho congregation
assembled upon the ringing of the bell, singing,
as they came, "All hail the power of Jesus'
!" Rev. John D. lligg led in prayer, and
Rev. T. E. Martindulu preached from Psalm 51,
7th verse : " Wash me, aud I shall be whiter
than snow." It was a clear, poiuted, and prac
tical sermon, listened to with much attoution.
The children's meeting this afternoon wan well
att«uded. Rev. J. E. Kidney had it in charge.
Mias Htewart of Philadelphia, addressed the
meeting. Several
converted.
At the rnaiu stand this afternoon, a large
gregation gathered, and after the usual services,
ltov. A. W. Milby preached from Beooud Corin
thians, VI: 8—"Now is the aocepted time."
Rev. J. Dyson, who followed him, dwelt power
the "Now" iu Mr. Milby's text.
the
of the
/ertheSe»»
at the altar, aud a few
in
fully up
1%'orsulp In tlae Woods.
ocean onovE.
»• MEETINO
Ocean Grove, N. J., Angust 17.—The storm
which has been prevsiiiug for some days
portion of the coast has now abated, and there is
a prospect of fair weather for the annual camp
meeting, under the auspices of the Oooan
Grove Association, which opens to-dsy. This
ing the ministers in attendance held a
preparatory meeting, at which tho arrangements
for the religious services wore settled. The
meeting will bo formally opened at half past 2
o'clock this afternoon,with appropriate religious
exorcises. Rev. E. II. Htokes, D. D.,
the president of the association, will
preside at the opening services,
sisted by a number of clergy
There is already a large number of per
sons, aside from the regular summer residents
of the Grove, iu attendance, and now arrivals
continually takiug plaoe by every train aud
of stages. The camp
ises will be continued for
f the
tlii
iii
tlio difft*
days, and
eminent Me
in;;
during that ti_ „ .. _
thodist clergymen of the country will take part
iii the
of
iii the
a
Tbe Peacb I merest*
. SHIPMENTS
MKETINQS—1
THREATENED INJUNCTION AUAINBT
EUROPE— EN I
PLIsnED.
of the Commercial.
for
Special Correspond»
Middletown, Aug. 14.
At the poach meeting on Thursday last, an ad
made uutil to-day, but owing
To
To
To
journment
tho previous transactions of all business, tho
orgaui/.od. Many of the largest
also Mr. Stanford,
meeting was
in
growers
of the Balto A Ohio R. R.
To
the former Secretary
the meeting which may be of some
importance to those growers who inteud ship
Europe by tho steamship Ohio. Tho
not read, however, but the contoutH
correspondent,
handed
A letter
be read
prog
d
explained to y
the effect that the patentees of tho refrigora
atiug process threaten au injunction
that go to Europe
Growers ami shippers have had
timations that a disagreement existed as to who
the real owners of tho patent, but it lias
iver beeu brought hofore them in writing.
They do not notice the threatening, as protec
them will be givon through the agents of
the American Steamship Co.
Aud now, as tho meetings have euded, wh
work has been accomplished V A reduction
cartage between Jersey
City and New York has been effected through
committses , fo
all
1
fro
H to 6 co
during the night, cv
minutes if
y
the
tamed ; a pro
of freight
the P. W. A B. R. 11
was established botw
and B iitim
a
• i Ohio R. R.,
1
i
reduced on tlio las.t named road that
era can ship to western markets and lie
bouelitted by such a new route ; the committco
curing shipments to Europo h
ruugenieuts perfected for first ship
tlio 26th* hist. ; new routes have boon
opened through Pennsylvania aud New York,
ami with other minor objects
plishod, tho growers are busy among tho
fruit, shipping to Cincinnati aud Chioago
daily. Up to the present time peaches have not
paid much except Where "primes" ar
the Trotha variety, yet thoso who shipped
western cities to-day, fool
be
■l.v
all
tbo
Of
in
he
fldent that
will be realized aud a small margii
tho factories 1
the ow
Po«
of tho refng
will bo kept at
d
P
ouimenccB storing, prie
a paying figure.
The Punch Shipment to Europe.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
CHAIRMAN
COMMITTEE.
S&rauol Townsend,chairman of tho Comraitteo
of Arrangements, has issued tho following
tice to those who expoct to ship peaches
ropo on tlio Ohio, on the 26th :
Eu
All persons who propose
a ventilate«!
furnish cratoe of
lie
ship n 'ühi»
Thursday
to have thoir bhi|
n, at stations along tlio Dels
Wednesday noon,
a special
> tho first
compartment on the ste
which sails from Philadelphia
26th i
its of cr
, are requested
os ready iu Dola
râilroad, by
fining,
he « ach
He
I wlmrf iu Phila«l«lpliia
I lo-tdcd ou board of steamer. The si
7 by 13 inches, and 23
the Ordiuary sized peach
the 25th inst.,
i of eight
ig three hundred and
be iuu up to tlio steamship
afternoon aud crates
of c
23 % to 24 inches long,
tes will bo admitted if
ey should differ in size j .j inch. It would bo
the interest of all who bhi|
have clean now
So
id places where shipped
ciled on eacli end of the crate. Eacli p
who intends to ship will be required to deposit
in tiro Middletown Bank, on or before Tuesday,
tbe 24th inst., one dollar per crate, subject
the order of tho Ghairmau of tho Committee,
pay freight in advance, as required by tl
American Btcamship Line.
•a and their names
'
Itlillurd.
LSNTIFUL—1
aT LIGHTING
tho
ndence of the Com
Milford, Aug. 17.
Wc
having very wot and w
. It has
four weeks
lieavv, filling the low lauds with water, aud
loss i
low-land
looks, as a general tiling, well,
thought tin
Mr. Daniel Godwin is
op, which i
inod nearly every day for the last
of tho
d so
s I
dual of tlio
, though,
will be
d î
will be a gie
op this year.
>w down looking after
is
tbe
of
hla
X* cU
bo largo and
6"
There
; sovoral fruit drying h
and they are all working a large force of hands',
but ther
iy of those drying houses
in operation that
this business will, iu a short ti
more than will be commmed ai
Watermelons
selling for alraot
MigiitoOB in tho
be the thickest they ii
, be furnishing
of
200
.-at quantities
d low lands
beeu for
Dr. Davidson of the News, is reported quite
«I
The
shea
80
p R H l.
UL
The large sclio
launch, two weeks ago, lias
yet. They are still
tide, and yesterday moved her »bo
a gro
ford, and large parties
tbe watering place« along
Much sick i
number of deaths.
Milford
night last, for the first tinio.
that Mr. David Lank tried
been got off
it
king upon !
high
feet.
There
in Mu
iy vis
almost daily visiting
he beaches,
pro vails, with a considerable
lighted with gas,
Saturday
he
a
a
Tbe Philadelphia and Salem Line.
of
STEAM KB
A
major
BK Y HOLD.
A special dispatch from Salem
the Phila
dulpliia Keening Jlulletin sat
Tho Delaware City, Halem and Philadelphia
Htoatn Navigation Company intend building a
steamer to ply between Halem and Philadel
phia. An engine was purchased for her
, in Maryland, some time ago ; it had
but little n
nonticed by expects
machinery. They advertisi
Chester and Philadelphia for a
construction of the steamer. They
by next summer.
They have also signed a
Pusey, Jones A Co., of Wilmington, for a wood
hull for tbe Major lleybold. It is to Le built
hulk The material
thickuess. Hhe
of
, and is pro
Wilmington,
of
e it
.proposal for tho
it her
the
ri with Messrs.
her present i
will be heart piue, 2 inches i
will also be lengthened 15 feet, and an upper I
saloon added. This will be done when sho ia
withdrawn from the line this winter, and will
I make her as comfortable, safe and fast 4 boat a« to
there ia on the Delaware. 1
sed
TM PMcfeTnub.
the Manure, pilots, Ac.
Wilhisotow, Angust 18.
Oar oorreepondente in Philadelphia adviae
that yesterday's receipt, by boat were the la
of the season so far, and the market was 1
frail The character of the weather—both
eud wet—frightens shippers off end a home mar*
ket Las been the ouly demand for the paet few
days, hellers have been, therefore, a 1 together
at the mercy of the buyers and take up with al
most any offer. Better weather would be an
iuduoement to shippers and a better demand
might be expected. The advice given in yoster
day's telegram would be well to follow for a few
days—light shipments and only the best
The markets are easily cleared out ; with the wet
aud farm weather, the fruit left uusold general
ly Unde a place iu the Delaware. Mot many
peaches, however, have been a total loss in oar
market, perhaps Monday being the only day any
have not brought something, though often not
profitable prices
Tho Baltimore market, yesterday, was active.
About 87,000 boxes of peaches arrived at Light
street, and notwithstanding this large quantity,
peaches which were lit to be shipped aud nsed
by packers brought fair prices. Good fruit
sold from 40 to 65 cents a box. A large quantity
s disposed of for 75 cents a box, aud packers
and shippers purchased choice yellow fruit at il
aud 61.85 per box. A largo number of packers
and many shippers were among tho purchasers,
the fruit coming in the market at present being
such as will " stand up." that Is, not liable
decay in a short time. Iuferior peaches sold at
low prices.
CONDITION
argest
full of
ing,
the
As
two
fruit.
J.
her
W1LMINOTON MARKET.
It may bo safely said that never before
many peaches in tho Wilmington
ket at one lime, as there we
The "Poach Market"
C
in morning,
absolutely full, with
nistauoos
long lines of baskets
E iled one upon the other, peach wagons
acted up to the curb all tho way through the
market, tho commission houses weio full, the
grocers had abundant supplies, and everywhere
punches hold as the chief commodity _
A gentleman who had takou the trouble to count
re ninety-eight poach wagons
d its vicinity in King, the
whole bringing in probably 2,600 baskets. Be
sides these, 1723 baskets aud 431 crates were re
ceived by rail. A largo quantity was also brought
from yesterday, in some instances almost..
the fresh shipments, a largo proportion
i were received iu a dec.tying condition.
But notwithstanding tho abundance of the
n PPly» the market was quite firm up
o'clock, with an active demand. Muolt of tho
fruit brought over, as well as some of the ine
quality which was brought into market,
this morniug,
markot.
said thoro
in Fourth street
good
of which
of
forced sales. Good fruit, howover,
brought better prices, and was tl
quoted :
Baskets
25c,
[email protected],
50c,
the only varieties in of
also the " last :
otbs, which will after this be
except iu small quantities.
nilLADEI.
Troths.
Early Yorks.
Crawfords...
These
ueuce. D
40(5 öOo
Tod
any conso
rnn" of tbe
of the mark
£
MARKET, TESTERDAT.
[Report J. T. A; i). II. Kenney, 306 N. \A
It y Telegraph ti the Commercial.
I'HiLADKLt'HiA, August 18.
The markot, to-day, is demoralized, and prices
still lower. We quote : medium fruit in
crates at [email protected] ; primo, [email protected] i0c ; baskets, 12
@20c.
aier St.j
MARKET,
[Report by L. hlianlv Davis,
tty Telegraph to the Commer
'.HTKIIDAY.
Uirclay St.]
New York, August 18.
It is raining this morning, and the market is
utterly demoralized. Auy prices
buyers choose
clear out at that. No quotalio
of any value.
taken that
offer, aud tho market will not
he giv
WEEKLY SUMMARY.
Tbe following i
for tho week ending August 17th.
WKDNEbDAY.
shipments
bumuiaiy
To Jorsoy City, ■ • • •
To Philadelphia,..
To Cincinnati,.
Total,.
...74
.15 "
. I "
.90
THURSDAY.
To Jorsey City.
To Philadelphia,_
To Buffalo,.
To Newark, N. J.
Total.
..167 c
. 26 "
.... 1 "
.. 13« *•
of
To Jersey City,..,
To Philadelphia,.
To Newark.
To Elizabeth,....
Total,.
...149 _
... 13 "
... 2 »
... 1 "
.195 «
HATC1IUAY.
To Jersey City..
...121 c:
To Philadelphia..
. 23 ••
. 12 "
. 11 "
.. 2 "
ToP
To Balt. A Ohio R. R
To Newark,.
(Chicago, Ac.)
Total.... r.,
.169 "
MONDAY.
11
To Jorsoy City,..
" Philadelphia,
" Bo
" Balto A Ohio, R. R
. R. 11.. main
.131
.35 "
. 2 « "
.18 "
.16 "
..8 "
..1 "
. .1 "
..1 "
lie
r
" Newark, .........
" Hartford,.
" Bridgeport, Couu
" Elizabeth,.
lia
Total.
.231"
Tojersoy City,.
" Philadelphia,.
" Boston.
" Phila. A Beading R. It
" Ponna. Main Line.
" Balt. A Ohio.
" Empire Line for Western N. Y.,..
Total,.
Of
32 •'
17 "
4 "
4 "
at
. 25(1
l'lTULATION.
Carloads. Baskets.
....763
...174
ToJersoy City,..
" Philadelphia,
" Boston,.
391,500
87,000
18 500
.87
in lino,.
" Balto. A Ohio.
" Newark.
" Western NewsYork
" Hartford, Conn.,..
. .33
,500
33
16,600
6 500
8t000
13
500
5!H)
of
.1
" Bridgeport, "
Elizabeth. N. ,T.
" Phila. A Reading R. 11.
" Previous shipments,...
1,000
4.
547
273,5
by
Total,.
.1618
809,000
if
bo
Ill« Fouler«!life.
GRATUITOUS
The Hea Grov
Associ
gives notice
president. Mr. Whilldin. that all the
through
î
genlical deuomina
iforence of mem
paliau, German Reformed, Method ill, ni'.ci other
it churches on August 25th, at Koa
Grove, Capo May, New Jersey, tli
pemes from Philadelphia
f
Mid a fr
be
of P
P
Grove will Lo
them r
change of '
fill
paid and boaul ttiero giv<
without charge. Tho pui
' the disons
d i
" The interests of Christ's kingdo
Ro
, infidelity, the Habbatli, tlio Bible
tbe
to, Christi
.ffontl) and i*a
Tho Evangelists,Moody and Sankoy,
New York on Baturday in tho Steamer Spain,
t of both gentle
ey »
ived bj
but
the rer
the
no formal reception. Tl
iii tho bav by Rev L. P. Rowland, «if Pliiladel
phiu: D. W. McWilliams, of Brooklyn ; Wm. E.
Dodge, Jr., and George H. Htuart, and
arrival of tho steamer at mo uock a praye
thanksgiving for their Bafuty was ufforud. Tit
will tako a
tering on
the
tlio
o befo
a month
labo
tl
try. Mr.
Moody stopped at Hpriugfield, Mass., last night,
in Noribfield.
e to his 1
Paris Hallway Car«.
is delighted with i
Pai.
American
well patronized by people
st successful of the new
on the Boulevsid Mal
cars being veil filled at all hours of
smaller
n dark
one respect they
tramways, which
of all c
lines is tl
esherbes.
the day. The cars used in Pari
than those in use here, aud are painted i
b'own (licked with red. Iu
advantage over
-crowded—ouly
ses. The
rorog
Is I
pi
many pers
being permitted
ItcpieaciitaliveCuininerc-ial Paper.
off
[From the Uuvre Republican.]
That enterprising journal, the Wilmington
Daily Commercial, is uot only tho lenrcseuta
commercial paper of the city of Wilming
ton, but lias also become closely indeutilied
with the iuduHtiial and agricultural interest« of
the entire Peninsula. D
it will coutaiu daily rep
iug the fruit sea
«if the peach ship
of the markets, and
. and the cond
will be found of great valuo
sted iu anyway in tlio peach
rop.
The niwhkipidte Flood.
Tho Mississippi river at Memobis subsided
Monday }- 4 of an inch, aud i
steady decline would begin to-day. It was
ported that water was " running across tlio uecks
of Devil's Elbow," 30 miles below Memphis, aud
this gave rise to some apprehei
uel would bo cut through which would shorten
about twenty-five miles and
a
that a cl
the
sudden rise above.
lleliubold III
Dr. H. T. Uelmbold called
yesterday morning and reported himself in
uewed health and vigor, after a few days' rest
from the too hearty congratulations of his host
of friends in this city.
Join his wife
18 th.
■«If Again.
The Times offic
He left last evening
Long Brauch . —PU iladelph i
I Ex-Congressman Jeremiah M. Wilson has
been appointed Special Assist-taut United States
Attorney for the Diatrict of Columbia,
to assist in the prosecutiou of the thieves who
1 stole $47,000 from the Treasurer's office.
The 'l'i
Skury 'I'llell.
TELEBRAM8.
Railroad Accident.
rUOBTTOL FALL OF A PAMBWOER TWAIN—A TBE8
TI.E BEIDOE OlVES WAT BKNEATH IT. I
St. Joseph's, Mo., Aug. 18.
A frightful accident occurred, yesterday loom
ing, on the 8t. Louie A 8t. Joseph Branch of
the St Louie, Kansas City A Northern Bailroed.
As a train was passing
a dry branch of six miles south of Gower
station, in Clinton county, the structure gave
way, preoipitatiug the mail and exprese oar, and
two passenger cars down a distanoe of twenty
feet
a trestle work
Feelitig the trestle giving way, the engineer
all steam and succeeded in running his
, breaking loose from
E
engine safely
train. There
train,
CO
injured.
man supposed to be E.
J. Anglins, a salesman for J. Weil A Bro., of 8t.
Louis. Several others
forty of whom
killed
Ouly
likely to die from their
injuries, among them Capt. W. II. B. Warren, a
merchant of this city. Judge R. A. Dibot, e
her of Congress from the Tenth .District of this
State
badly cut aud bruised.
The llcrzeffovliilnn Revolt.
C JNCINTRATION OP TURKISH FORCES—1
OENTS «TKONCILY POSTED.
INfcUR
Rao us, Aug. 18. I
•ps, to the number of 2,500 have 1
boon landed at Kleck and will march for Mob- ■
gly ])Ostcd in the
Turkish
taro. Tho insurgents i
mountain gorges on tho route.
;
Mpaln.
ANTICIPATED
UROtL-EXFLO
BUI PROA UP.
London, Aug. 1H.
Despatches from Madrid say the Alfonsists
announce that they oxpcct tlio capture of the
citadel of Heo de Urgel by the 20th lust.
A Spanish vessel, which
Barcelona, yesterday, suddenly
ploded and sank. Fifty persons
the explosion or drowned.
shipping material
of
o killed by
Tliv Destruction of (lie Pm
Those interested in aucient historical relics
will be sorry to learn that the Parthenon at
Athens is !
ed. Tour in
off limbs of sta
frieze which Loid Elgin left, aud clambering
up with hammer or stoue, break off bits of
the Doric capitals. These capitals, it will be
paiuted with
being shockingly wrecked and
every season visit it, knock
, pull down portions of tlio
remembered,
winch
the weight of tho architrave, and relic hunt
be especially fond of chipping
tins portion of tho masonry. Not a fortnight
ago a tourist knooked off the finger
ho wished
of leavos,
lie bent double under
[supposed
of
the tinost statues,
private oolleotiou of curiosities
The Greeks bavo determined
building
iu a safe place the
add
I
New York,
protect tbe
much as possible, aud
interesting aud
fragments of sculpture which lie
the place, exposed to rude wiuds,
savage still than they." Thov
mpleted a museum at the baok
E
all
have almost
of tlio Acropolis ; but tlio work has
idstill for lack of money. This fact has
become known among artists and art
in this
lo
id doubtless im
ini diato steps will bo taken to preserve that
noblest remnant of Greece iu her glory—tlio
Parthenon— Atherueum.
try,
IHrmrnl.
Choice Nod
K. Brlngtiurst A Oo.
Water F«
citizens ha
Weici.
•opened their Mineral
season. T
d know for the
or from this fountain
or of the Fruit nyrups they
upwards
in for
of
the soda
the
prepare, of which i
•'(•ties. They hr
GLASS SIPHON BOTTLES,
eeaaary apparatus for properly filling them
giily charged carbonic Acid Water, which
drawn at will, making the bottles really
PORTABLE FOUNTAINS,
3 who may require If, or
o may desire It, to enjoy
. any time
draught the following popular
id I
whii'h enable the
Id
the
ver of bod a W
of
lellghtftil beve
We have »
MINERAI. SPRING WATERS:
Oeyaer, (Saratoga.) Excelsior, (Saratoga,) High
Rock. (Saratoga,) Vichy, Kiaslngen. Also, the fol
lowing waiera iu bottles : Congress, Exce »lor, Ua
thorn, Geyser, High Rock, St. Louis, Magnetic,
Franklin, Hal'aton Spa, Gettysburg, Mlaaiaquol,
Rockbridge Alum, Ht. Catharine's Artesian, Frtld
erlcKhalle, Vichy. Seltzer, Be« '
, Etc.
K. BKINGHURST A CO.,
Wholesale ami ; -
Retail Druggist»,
1 Market streets
hlxth
Cliulcraand IMarrI
»mature.
diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera
hue.
tT.u.i[i. pain,
AU tl
remedies prepare«
FOSTER'S DRUG STORE,
Fro
d sold whole
!
RtS,
Mr*. Foster's Tetter
alve*
, eruptions. To bo used In
Binod Purifier. Price
, norm
Oriental File aud llnrn Naive*
Mrs. Dr. Foster.
Pre |iarcd
Infallible rera
cdy for piles (Internal
d external) __
Read the testl mon lain on circulars occouipanylns
each box. Price ah cents each
'■«Nttaiour*
this testimony
I cheerfully gh
Mn^Foster'a B:
J , moite that
ood urliter and Tetf «; ( '-hument
I
afflicted to
, a trouble»«
d »welling of tilt* glauda o
tiv years w»tn disordered
d okstluatc tetter of
bli
■kin
f the nock, which
suffering and
■n of prolong-*«
I c
eight of the most prominent phyal
l their medicine a long (.fine
.j permanent relief ; t
ae, till :
Induce«
city on.
without
rlOfl
the
•ally aiiuost dcspalr
to try Mrs. Foster's
lug
Blood P
turning ii
f
r my dlBuuao. It
«'.(•nuection wft
'cased, the eruptions dlsap
tireiv and effectually cured. :
Is desired «incoming my
TÄSTnW
the
tKittlea ;
Tetter I
Hint
ty
of
Ointueut,
troll hu
ns
id
i;«3o nay mont street,
Mr«. Foster s i onic Ulster«.
Tonic, invigorating, Anneflzer. Cure« dyspepsia,
uduclif, ncrvi UHne8i-,"leliil!tv, fever au«l ague
c. Put up in quart bottles. Price, $ 1.00 each. '
ffll
. Ur. Fosters Hi ood Purifier.
d thoroughly tiled preparatl«.
.— *», viz.: Tcttei
h«*a, pimples, »mil», lut
This well known
maintains us reputation
edy
i sk
rli-KWorms,
fula, blrtc
«Ml, et«:. Put up iu quart
unties of the bio
Foster*« Hon«! Woriu*LoB«nfe«.
Inful lib
edy for
, pleasant
•.n«l reliable. 1 rice •«
per box.
THE MILD POWER CURES.
HUMPHREY'S
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS.
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE Movp ara ,,i e
lerlence. an entire aucceas. Miiinie, Prompt, Kfflei
-
'•Ie.
idlciuea i»er
that
harmless
free from danger
-fflt
ida
tlo:
Hoe.
1. Krvrks, Congestion
X. Worms, Worm Few
S. C«
r'lires.
Iifflamuiatloua
thing of infant
Dybkntkhv, Griping, unions c
-Moani's. Vomiting,...
fi.
Fh
Hi
!gO
, BUI
:
II.
or Painful )
Pro
i Pe
r, Cough. Difficult hr«
•M, Kryslpe
aa, iCruptloua,
14. HALT K11
'B KllK.t
16. Kkvkk
:i> Ague, Chill
. Ague v
17.
.'•«•■Iiiv
ii
R\
19. « ATAKKH, acut«
an. WnooFiNo-cot*
*1. Asthma, opp
29 Pah Discuamoks, hn
K». Scrofula, enlarged g
24. General Debility, i l
26 . Dropsy aud scanty
»•sicxNKMs, sickness f
•DlSXASR,
«' KKVKOU8 DkriI
Mouth, c
30. I'KINAKV IA KAKNKSr
A. 1'AINFUlL P
32. Disease of Heart, pali
33. Kpilf.fhky, Hpasu
34. Dii-utiibkja, nice
36. t'UKONfO CONURSTI
Vials, 60 cents, (except26,32,
FAMILY ('ANES.
mic Intluonz'u
lent cough*.
.60
fill
yalcal We
the bed,
S'u
Dl
tter
Krujitmna,
•ti <
Caw (Morocco) with u<
MaiiueI « '
Can«! (Morocco) of 5
an)
illrccuu
.•
h aud Book...
.6 « U
boxes and V
B tr î ne»«- remédiés au- »■ ut I
t any part of tue c um try,
receipt of price. Address
11 UM I'll KEY. '
■Ingle
f charge,
HOMEOPATHIC MKD1C1NE CO.,
1 Fom 3 , N ° Hr<n,,w «*y- New York.
oo: cc
tou ny
w. T. A MUCH,
.TORN .1. UAl.LAGIiBh,
h. AC. SHOEMAKER,
w. BR1NGHUR8T A OO
N ) LL, Jk.
E.
fpii'/t.dcodAwiy
A. WALTG
C ONSUMPTION.
Coughs, Colda ami for all
BRONCHITIS,
:ll d.siaa-a tf tho lungs
«I throat,
UK. EILLERiK COUU
nttle will give great re.le
MclNALL'tddrng store 2r
n. Liberal «lbco
SYRIIP,
f
For aale
'liming
your orders
to the shove, or MONTGOMERY A OU, Agent*, 181
N. 9th s'rcet Philadelphia. _ mayfi-iy
A Market,
D R. MILLER'S GREAT VEGETABLE
DYSPEPSIA REM I DY
cannot be excelled for the cure or weak atomacha.
flatulency. Indigestion and general debility, and
us system. Mets. Mc I NALL'S,
llmington, or MONTGOM RK Y A
su. Philadelphia.
Utseaaesof then
2nd A Market.
CO., general agents,
mayfeij
N.
Sr# «OQ0«, gibbon«. Or.
GREAT
I
ATTRACTION
OPENED THIS DAY
80,000 Yards of aU Silk Or«
sad Taffeta Ribbons,
Grain
at HA eta. a yard ; worth 37)4 and
1300 Yards of Brooks, Twilled aad
Gros Grata Ribbons, In all Colore,
at 30 etc. a yard ; worth 7ft eta
1,300 Yards of Soak Ribbons, iu all
Colors.
I
1

at Hi eta. a yard ;
•1.33.
; 300 lYarda of Saak Ribbons, in all
Colora,
3« ct
a yard ; worth N7J4 eta.
3ÜO Yanis of Saak Ribbons, is all
Colors.
33 conta a yard ; worth 30 ce
by
WB HAVE JUST OPENED A SUPERB UNE OF
at
of
be
LLAMA LACE JACQUET8
AND
POINTES,
of
lie
IN ALL DESIRABLE STYLES.
E
8 pc's Bl'k Hernani,
AS ATTRACTIVE GOODS AH WERE EVER
IMPORTED.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
of
286 MARKET ST..
Bpriü.iy
WILMINGTON, DEL.
BARGAINS! REDUCTION!
AT
312 Market Street.
the
Wc have Juat marked down
1 entire stock of
DRESS GOODS,
fol
Ua
WHITE GOODS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Ac.
LACKS, FRINGES AND BUTIONS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS AND FANS.
Ladies Suits,
AND DOMES11C PAPER PATTERNS,
in fact
lit
MARKED DOWN
hue.
EVERYTHING IN ORDER TO HELL GOODS
QUICK.
f ,or (1 othor
and make
lU H
In
SALE COMMENCE! TO-DAY.
ice and secure the choice of the bsrgalns.
JOHN WAfNWRIGHT,
312 MARKET STREET
CHAMBER'S OLD STORE.
sprl-eodAeowty
Groceries, Ar.
THE
GROCERY STORE
that
No. 3 East Second Street,
tiaa the finest and the freaheat and the best line of
ALL KINDH OF
the
SUGARS
TEAS
COFFEES
AND ALL KINDS OF SPICES,
:
my
Together wtlh all klnileol CANNED GOODS, end
„me,good« usually kept in a Or»t ulus, «lore
also, constantly on hand fresh lots of both Briggs'
d Rodgers's standard garden seeda.
A. ». PE
the !
;
I
'
aepMMj
IK INN.
sCumbcr Drains.
A. M. QÜINBŸ & CO.,
lut
Lumber Merchants.
COMPLETE STOCK OF
IIIIII.DIVG I.I Vini/H.
- Aid) HARD vodd UNDE'.'. COVER.
FRONT AN
MADIHON ►TRBBT8,
_ Wlf MINOT OW DEL.
aug?.ly«l*w
Baby Carriages!
LARGE STOCK
LOW PRICE.
AGENTS FOR THE
: LE BON TON,
AND
Patent Canopy Top.
.60
call
id examine
• fitock and prices
ADAMS A BROTHER,
508 Markst Street.
J^OTK&.
FURNITURE
—AT THE—
<
or,IMS i BOUSE
IU LKLAWAJUfi
U
PKICEfi TO HUIT TH8 TIMES.
J. Sc J. N. HARM All.
4IO Klnff Street*
WILMINGTON. DELAWARE.
lanxB-iy
JjUMRER I LUMBER I LUMBER I
BTKAM SAW AND PLANING MILL
Particular attention given
mime ordere for
WHITE PINE DECKING. BILL TIMBER, DELA
WARE AND BUSQUKllANNA WHITE OAK
PLANK, AND VV11ITE AND RED OAK
PILING
All kinds ef
Flula«, Matching and Slitting.
band a large stock of
WHITE PINE FLOORING, BOARDS. PLANE
smNuLEs, rtc®*™,
aad • general assortment
Always
A
f building materials
H. W. GAÜ8B,
IfiBlMAWf»
Wilmington* Delaware*

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