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• eery m
Iskai.d is published
dais exeepted'.and tie
„ ing,iffcm
livenp in tht city Of Y
reuniting places for six cents per week
payable u» the carriers. Moll subscriptions,
postage flee, three dollars per annum in
advaaoe.
tngtos and anr
tTBriax Bros., Publishers,
No. M08htpley Street
WtlmiaatoB. Del.
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THE HERALD.
* ILMTNGTON, NOVEMBER 19,1875
Xus Democratic papers of the South
have takea up in a friendly spirit the ad
vice given bv Senator Bayard, and the
only hope of the party in the South is by
thorough organization. The people of tin
South see the importance of just such ad
'vice as that which Mr. Bayard tendered
them and they will avoid all cliques
factious in partv ranks.
or
*
a
to
mav
in
ers
But.
Comparatively lew people have
correct idea of the
enormous expenia at
tending the publication of a first-claw
daily paper, snch as tlie London Timet
the New York Herald. The outlay ia no'
only immense, but continuous; there ia na
let-up. Tbe competition for the aupre
macy is so spirited that, in order to gain ii
and maintain it, money ia poured out like
water. An illustration of this is given in
the London Tims, tht publishers of which
have made arrangements for reporting the
trip of the Prince of Wales through India
at a cost of $7000 a dar.
or
T J t* proposition to run a still thaler
train than any y« attempted an the Penn
sylvania Kail read from New York
riitsburg. meets with little furor from the
leading journals along the line It
suit noma foolish people to take a seal ia a
railway carat New York ami be hurlec
along, almost without a moments delar
©rer four or five hundred miles of Rai -'
way. but we beg to be exsased from
ci{AiiCtt in 5uch nan>en<«.
mile* an hour is fas? enrugh for oar ideas
of railway travel
ai
parti
Thirtv
Anything beyond that
we respectfully turn over to those whe
have no fatth ia the old adage, "the
haste tiie less epeed,"
mare
In a court
in one of the New England
> i: has reeowlv been decided that
esnduetor? on railroads are compelled to
receive, and that passengers are entitled to
travel on. tickets providing for a passage
between two cities, whether the owner of
the ticket be going to or from thsTplace first
named thereon. In other words, a ticket
calling for passage from Baltimore to Wsah
ingtou can just as well be used in going
from as coating to this city. This informa
tion w ill be of special interest
Sta;
at tho pres
ent time in this vicinity, as muy persons
will doubtless nrnil themselves of the op
portunity of baying tickets at reduced
rates, from speculators who laid in a larg#
st:pp:y during the late railroad "unpleas
antness. a:, j some of whom have beer,
eimpelled to j'-ay their faros after entering
the care because their tickets called for
iravti in an oppoaite direction.
A Maw Polls Mis Oil Tooth.
Nearly Bleed* to Death.
On Thursday evening last. Mr. Frank
II ar.
Amity icwnship. Berk's
hts teeth troubling
a»: having ei:her tat
atioa :o send tor a dent is.
au. cc-ncioded to reat#vo ih#
He amttmd hiatself with
».
co:::
e..r.s -.e
Mm
the."., u
■ c ,B
«r
2
m*iar Lias;;

<rnmeua as were a: hand.
aad
* I to get ;■« tsoth oat, hu:
wire it re me a Ergo t *eee of be ne. This
w»s lad em-ccfc. bat he fi>?i fr« E i t hs:
dnri
:.i -
- '-he opera tics he hid severed
. aid wa# ju s
ar
tr
I
■'tr.pre; the groat fl.w rf b>< a zd
: a setting M- IIa-\ ■ i , j
u- rtf at*. j
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,
i
:
j
A Retired t9 Potth j. I
There is living cow in Milaa a ms- i
wttb#.: a rre: to erv*- his head wha.on:v
a few tvs-; i,, was a king. TbeLonfioe
Eci.' tei.i his -t ry a# follows- "This jwr- ;
wttage is Ler VII of Armenia. Princ# o:
r was ia the year
i# af Erivaa
i hiso:-n to the ihxoa* by the name of
Le: \ id, but a simps* command from Sc.
Pt.er-ac" pravmi siSc-ent to determine
his fatt. the only result of his ari-.f eieva
; •*' all his property and
»;.
v " 1 -- dM been aiiowedhim by the
Kusaiaa gsverrmeat. Tae landless moa
aroh hael indeed sc-me repire! in England
Alacricsa b.:
'• aeitk.
tip tec;
for xr.d after trouble finally tsccedod
a:
Thai ge
emau Las. no
:bt. by this
eye uetk cut ia the dec
ani whe. he wa.tr anccher molar
tverxiir. had ij
t~! ilie.
extract ec
probaiur seed for seme one !
uereuid* lie bosiaea.
# i; tha: u
Kxr:
W.
-• atsjoseasea #r
ins. Sat
:ai* even: fl.e i
afte:
cu. re
till Sr:
the w,:
^ •( a pn^ioxi w
•:ro- of engaging ir, ra*h spetraia
He then sold hi* jewels sal other
, ana soon had absoiuiely noth
i* n -' i *' living with his wife
__ fo^er.r.'
II ri noth tig to see a wamaa in
Chicago with ire::* ol*€ io i.x rrtti "horns"
rvu:, a "hoai" oa hi*.

he las: in
Cel
tiotts.
valuab
mg
ar,e *.x c r...,: r:u :n the bitterest
tn tt,
arm.
in
Fran the London Saturday /kv.'sir.
If Spain contrives to pay her way at
home in a fashion, by ignoring ike clsirns
of her foreign creditors, it is owing in s
great measure to the primitive snd frugal
habita of bar people. The Spanish labor
iagd
they manege to ley by from their hard
•araiaga, because they have learned to
•appert life upon so little. Even their so
cial' aaperiors have bean in tht habit rf
dispensing with many things which theii
equals elsewhere regard as absoluts neces
sities ; thaugh on the other hand, one and
the other alike break out in an ocaasisna
are indastrieus and eeoaomical.
ostentation of display which seems alto
gether out of keeping with the parsimoni
oasneas of their every-day existence,
C.-oesing the Pyrenees from France, cr
evea landing in Spain from the othe :
Peninsula of Italy, you remark a contras:
* between the countries, at least, when yon
begin to penetrate the interior. Great sea
ports are necemarily much the same all
the world aver. In Valencia, Manga, and
Cadiz, you find handsome shape dealing ir
cosmopolitan luxuries with mnltifariou
signs of commercial activity. The busy
capital of manufacturing Catalonia i
necessarily a city apart, and ita broad
Kambla, though somewhat bleak of aspect
is one of the moat showy thoroughfares is
Europe. The capital of Andalusia, really
a seaport to all intentts and parposes.
though lying high up the valley of the
Gsndalquivir, is not unworthy of the vo
luptous reputation of the province, and ih<
winding Calle de la Sierpe—the street of
the snake—glitters with millinery, jcwelr
and fans, and all the fascinating appoint*
ments of Southern coquetry. Madrid,
in is modem quarters is French
It ha
•rought its tailors, milliners, hair-dress
ers and restaurateurs from Paris, and be
hind a luxury of plate-glass windows they 1
display a profusion of the latest Parisiai
novelties at prices that should recom
pense them for the miseries of exile. :
But. with the solitary exception of ser- '
ville. these larger cities are oaly hall
ai far as it
goes.
ser
ville. these larger cities are oaly hall
Spanish. And in the smaller provincial
are un
to
to
of
towns yoa are struck by the strange de
ficiency of shops, while in tha Tillage
there is little to he seen for sale but the
barest necessities of struggling existence.
There are bakers who Teud batches ot
coarse loaves, and oncisionally those fair
er samples of their craft which
pleasantly suggestive of alum to the
picious. There are hitchers who deai
chiefly ia pork, breaking up their pigs
into those scraps and odds aad ends
which are to be stewed down in th# suc
culent puehero, and artistically festooning
their recesses of whitewashed stone with
strings of sausages and draperies of in
testines. There are fret Spanish transla
tions of our groceries and Italian warc
hoases, where hladders of rancid lard, j
fragrant cheeses, aad shapeless jars if'
highly odoriferons oil are the predomi
nant ohjeca. There are cobblers and sad
dlers and dealers in early Moorish
lery-ware and primitive tuetai work, and
these, with ike inevitable
SOS
pet
wir.e shops,
country commercial
<iireaorv. They all trad* chiefly ia the
most indispensabl# articles ia th.
pies: fonts. You
ductive
almost exhaust the
:r »tst
»<re cone ot those se
showsof cheap saaces and pickles
conspicnous eTen in En
Ages- hoa are arrested bv no iavita
a
which are
-h
non to rr. a,- u J
Iacas *0 ITT ojr choice liysoa or our •.
"Arabian coffee, roasted dailv." There ! !
are no aaberoiaahere
vtl
,
!
psarttng with j
s Iks and sal in- ar.d robs of rib- i !
|
.
r a mere trifle in bank-;
I niptey, and selling off at an alarming sac- i
11?" - ^ " W W .P rBccwd in
j Jle * ,T of fewuntne costs me ts cut front
j <Qb« serviceable web of coarse brown serge.
| with poaibly sane flaunting Barcelona
, bancterchiei and staring Maacheschr
i Aij enterprising tradesman
: hinmtf pia® quick it into insolTexu j
j hisnalf io nis customers
I a tas:e fef thju
i day demand : and the demands of his eus
-oscers, with rare exceptions, are strictiy
•» »e have mid. to the articles
; h ? 7 o»n scarcely dispense w; h. But if
;a « ?H»M»Di} can habituaily live on little,
'bev hare their own ideas of luxury. Semi
V.ejtrel* ia their liking for dispiav, thev
h##r themssives np ander thetr hardship
by iwinlgence in holiday romps, an! the ?*
Mticipation of reveling in their jreriodirai : no
/fttat. The man who ronghs it oa the w
coareeri of black bread flavored w*,i
onkos will find the money for a place :
io the t-oll-ring; and the sober peasau:
wbe drudges ia rags wili turn oul on a
saint's day the gayest of the gar, with his
»ifo and daughter sparkling in lamilv or
in
af
of

!
ly
to
are nc# in evetw
ct
K
the
native town er '^1*
viLiigi that snppiies theta with the fir.erv °
they sp <-r. cc these festive occasions. TheV "
do their excepuocxi shoping a; those peri- ^
odieal fairs which are flourishing m-titu
liras with ail semi-ciriiiied naticc*. A
0! " the T.met gave an inter
ocoant tho c*ther dAj of a grsti fair
held a; Albacttt. os the of Mult
^ ^ Mincia. This gathering
namvnu. It is do; their
j pul:
Alba cote is a famous one, and is held at a
town with a lucrative Jo.-t! industry in ini
lery, which is m irevver lavarably situated
between a couple of comparatively rich
provinces. But it is only a type of an in
finity of other fairs that have been celebra
ted from tiaie immemorial all ovor tht Pe
ninsula. They are very well worth visit
ing by strangers, for the simple reason that
they show the Spanish lower orders a
they really art. On these occasions the
peasant for once unbends from his habitual
reserve. We may presume that he enjoy
s;>euding money like other people, and ei>
j y« it the more since he rarely permits
himself the indulgence.
Hj i< oonstitntionally sober, in spite of
the trying extreme* of climate to which he
is exposed in the course of the year; hut on
a fair day he makes a point of drinking ii.
good fellowship, and the unwonted c>n
vialitv loosens his tongue. Conspicuous in
.he long rows of booths are those which
vend the fiery aguardiente and cop u of lo
cal Ii peart of strange names and stranger
davor. The un'amiliar stimulants natsr
ally make business brisker, vet in all the
■xeitrment of promiscuous shopping the
Spaniard docs not forget his habitual thrill.
The bargaining that goes forward reminds
one of th# Oriental bazaar, where time
teems of no consequence to anybody, and
ultimate agreement entirely out of the
question. Here a gaiiy attired maiden is
cheapening a bodice, a ribbon, or a silver
crucifix, her lover and purse-bearer stand
ing at her elbow, leaving his lady-love to
do the talking. Tuere a well-to-do fa .
mer is in solemn treatv for a set of har
ness. studded with brazen knobs and
with Cardovan tassels: or a tturdv mule
at
s
to
so
rf
:
1
: h* wound past healisg. There are the
' on £ matchlocks, often roughly inlaid, that
leer is chaffering aver a guy capari.-nn is
those brilliant, mar.y-hued stripes which
are a legacy of tie Meorish occupation
Quaint pottery and fanciful metal ware
display their attractions; itinerant cutlers
pyeal to homicidal pmprns ties with a
littering shew of t! ose deadly knives that
nrn with a iatal rip in the hand, leaving
more handy for projecting through
'he bushes in a brigand ambush than for
carrying across the saddle-bow of th a peace
ful rauieteer: there are the indispensable
cloaks more or less wrought in embroider?,
with their voluminous hoods flaunting in
crimson or purple. Thns, with one thirig
or another, a great deal of money changes
hands on these occasions, but then the
traveling chapmen are a careful class, like
their customers, and in tlmir turn are laid
de
the
ot
j
if'
under contribution by the treasure.
A Strange hemi-iliiaa in Creatnretu
, Ibe Ptorkonse at Flint. Mich.
In the Genesee county j»#.jriiouse is a
wretched creatnre wliose apj>earance is that
of a beardless youth, with the cranial for
mation of an incurable idiot, whose habits
place him on an equality with the lowest
of the brute creation,
years born in Genessee
His age is about 20
Ills
county.
eiosher. previous to bis birth, while pres- \
en: at a menagerie, was frightened a:
polar bear, the result of which left its mark
upon this jxyor unfortunate.
a

No power of
speech was given the infant, and not even 1
the sense of the mest ignorant of the b
; e
-pretes, hence it is of tto u-e to any ont'
ls placed here and allowed to eke out
wcrld. The
but W.
a mi^rable
creature's; h
existence in
It 1* JOS- ;
are
■a:
o: a voracious appetite, ;ind ha- na: '
J the instinct of knowing when
•. _ ,
! ! ;
app
if food be farr.i
, 1,1 eagerly thrust it into its mouth and
! swallow until it is utter!
j
i !
rir impassible tha;
A curious
jniack could koid more.
| tf the creature's
.
i
?* £erl -'. T k^t t chained to the floor, and i
: no ; 'hewed to go about th# premises.
w "' '-. T -i'ing given iu and has
:
eatirg is tha; it
ood, and no
aialter in wuat condition tt i- when piaeed
in the moa:h it is crowde -1 and choked
into tae stomach without the leas:
af mastication.
was never known to chc-w i
parucl"
A.other aingaiarity is its
t uneasiness: tor no matter in what
JVf-.i.on tne oouy may be. it is continually
awaytng to aud fro. reminding
of lhe pec - 1
a« is roc
COB*'
one at once
ar nature of the savage bear,
as trsm one side of the caqe to the
It a:ways eats its food with its
hands, and sjrst time since it succeeded in
effecting ita eKajre, and soon reached
w.o.itd near ay. where i: was found short
ly afterward in the tree toj
pos-ess tha agility to ciimt. it was
to remain in the wood*.
c-taer.
;
se.me
Seeming to
—i content (
The creature is
It I
a j -e-,
tor relish for tobeoco not for smoking, ,
but wiii
ct
see-minglv make a mea! of the
K r:c 4
md oi thf Wcvd. wLick it will
gowu without chtwin^, and neve
to feei acr disagre^akle efiects fro* !
the same. Tne peculiar swaying motion at.
'^1* ^ ta; ^ ' aa * the sinews on the hark
°- --eneck to stand cut almost like ropes,
" Thl# croarero. which less rosem
^ 5 hum - ln ^"S than a monkey, is i
1 fKaarksil
5*li
r
tn
r.ir,J Rap!

Y
I
rregle.
A ground Log
rax torts ani wife
-sausage.
retuxa in a foriaighu
A new Episcopal Church is soos to l*
pul: at Lagrei, Sussex county.
!

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Caras si a.
See, in this my*tic zone of calms.
Ijlkea fish cloud In sunset s'«ia»,
From Mexico's warm waters rise
The isle of cocoa and of palm*.
The realm where summer never dte».
Ripe golden bails of sumptuous fruM
Hung thick upon the orange trees.
•oft blows the aromatic breeze.
And eweet the wild canaries note.
And gently roll the purple seas.
Here was thy childhood's dwclir v-plsee. !
Q loro, my lose ! who lov'si not me;
Here didst thou gain the witch r
Of Southland languor. Span! ii gr, ..
And emerald eyes' such es j i»: y.
a

The sisterhood ts darkly 'air.
With glowing check and r.it. i-blsck
curls;
Tliv pure flesh hath the sheen o: p -ar!«
In waves of light thy looseae 1 h.ir
Its warm gold to thy feet nnfur.s.
I
i
Thy aiattrhood la rich in faith.
Ofgsnereus passion, gentle heart;
I
Whence didst thou glean thy fatal kaart, j
Whose subtle cunn ing fashioaeth
A net no man may rend apart ? |
!
If I could deem thee of this earth.
My witch, my viren. my despair !
My euro# would blight thse, But, beware:
I know the mystery of thy birth—
The secret of thy life I share,
"I was on that night, the crown oi nights ,
All brightest days outshining far; I.
A separate sum beamed every star; |
S-jfl airs breathed languid from the
heijhu.;
Veluptaous as love's sighings ara.
;
-for mine thou wast
Curmsla mini
By every promise, pledge and vow,
Aad by my seal set on thy brow—
Within thy garden all that p»<->#d
That night, dost thoa remambsr asw •
j
Roso-wliito as sprung from foam of seas,
Didst lie with smiling lips unlock d.
And lightly sway with every h. feze.
How then, within thy hammock rseked ;
Beneath the odorous cedar : r. es—
!
And watch the gtimmerin]
Tlie throbbing stars in heave:-.
And point to where a single p.Vai
Stood out against paie seas ar. i skies.
And breath the night's enchanting
balm ?
But I saw nanjht save oniv
White, litlis. with thy
hair.
Thy mild dove's eyes thy
bare;
">«.
*.:n,
■r;
'
A
i
mcrnisldens
•i.t throat
bare;
And these I never cease to se*.
A shadow en the empty air.
I set mv seal upon thy brow ,
Mineown bear* now a deathless fla mo
Thy lips remsmUr whence it earns:
A 11 men who greet me see and know,
And whisper low thy perjured name.
Once, once.' tb#a nevermore aaain
Withia my hair thy wreathed hand*
m#t ?
Upon my brow tbs prim was set
Thst fired my blood and seared my bmin : 1
And tkou hadst flown. Dost thou forgot ?
|
l
,
|
, . . ., , .
I pressed my face where thine had pressed.
And sank adown upon my kne s
Beneath the odorous collar trees ;
The hanfinj cradle I eares-etl
hadi ' * wa ' ved Wilh ,v,ry
'
" Follow me not S" I hoard the cry.
And my religion was tny word.
Was it tho warble of a bird,
Or a low peal of laughter nieh.
Among the bushes, that I heard :j
\
I kaew not if I waked #r slept:
A Strang# clear
I fancied I had fsllowed the# :
O'er gross aad stone and rill we leapt,
Down to the large, amosth tropic sea,
■ion cams to me :

1
Thero bad I reiched thee but behold !
With low soft ianghter In the wave
Thou springs, and era I spring to sav#
Thy sister mermaids'
Aad d
inns enfold,
the# to thy native eav#.
i
Their sportest thou the livelong night
auiht thou leav'st behind .
«h.i.
;
Ri-sre::in,
'
No
.ice up >n the wa
e a pale atnber-colore l
l'.«re whei thy h.
j
j
in ths wind, I
But w hen the first cool beams of morn
Throtgh the green we.t«r* piero# and
ihine.
Back to these earl hi v haunts of thine
Thou will return and laugh to scorn
The pledge, tho lov«, th# dr*am divine.
i
•» if I deemed the# ef this earth,
)Ir w;[ *
t _
i
i
i, my siren, my d«Fpair :
My curso would blight thee. Yet, >
war#:
I know th* mystery or thy birth—
Tn# secret of thy life I share
!

General Notes.
ar.diro asarr re:
Leg fores aad old.
ta «yie.
:ing
Aa inordsreus saar-krout bo
invented.
A rat weighi.g cine pounds wa* killed
; at Troy a few days ago.
r hasi-cea
Ail? ice to autumn
poets—Take your
(
** av © c and ga
»g the
and ^
i
b esiern tewas are aaaayed
I ny player*.
Figurative oecupatioa
eiectorial vote.
Cherries grew in.r in Califcr-ia ;haa ia
any place in tke world.
shin
,
re.

!
irei « h ' five thousand poun
The Two Orphan* in Chicago.
An Oregoa dc-er i* 19 hat
T,
: . 5 !:
**Tbt Berwred Brace" is wh.u th .T call
8
v
Th* iatesa fashion plate*
dresses more pall-backer thin ever.
isdies
snow

Braorcrd. Mas*., is so healthy a place
they can't tell when people ore doad.
Last bui not ,ea*#d. was wha; s'..# land
laid said of bis anremed
Th* Prohibition ms Lav# stood up and
I been counted. Now thev esa sit dewa.
taaaa.enL
I
! The Women who Work Mil Ikt
obu Brink.
accounts c ime to m from lilt
• ' black ctr.nl. t'' oE ngland, of the over
working of ll.e women anil tile laziness of
, the men. In both the nail and chain
: trades, to a very great extent, the women
j take the place nf fathers and husbands,
j while the men are idle and drunk. Tne
j outcry against the colliers' and puddleiV
wires working is rery great; not perhaps
much from their influx into the trade,
but from the fact that they wark night and
• day, toil and slave, and not for the price
' that craightford masters woald gire, but
■ for < - price any crafty knare of a master
es to eff.r. In the meantime the hut*
| bard is in some public hoase, at his ease,
training his 'wl ifl'er' for some ftiturc rur.*
ning cn beefsteaks and the best of good
Nor is ii otilv the ball and
!
■ T.
rrn
• ->
I
i fa:
chain tra Is that the prac'i e af husbands
, ivin _ ou th#ir wives - lab< , r prevails. A
= _ - i
™ung woman said: "I say, master, I wish
you would make my man do a little more
work and me !&
Jid.'' To the inquiry what she meant by a
swell, the reply was, "why, when I mar
ried him ia ti.e morniu' he hud a smart
I married a swell, I
,, 0 ]J w;l teh and chain, and a smart dickev,
I. , . .......
but wlwn we . eame t0 S° t0 M at m 8 bt
I'm bles-ed if he hud ere a shirt on, and
ever since I've had to keep him by work
ing in the brickyard, and not only keep
him, but find him money to drink." And
it is, it seems, a gruwiug custom for idlo,
lazy, young lads to look out for skilled,in
dustrious wives in srder to obtain an "ea J
A shocking story is told of a girl ut
work in a brickyard, "looking exceedingly
ill," and who to a remark of the manager
life."
"that s.ia did not look up to much thin
morning, replied, ''No more would you if
you had had a child during the night."
'
kinsnla,- Fatality.
A ailLIi FALLS ON' SOME KNITTING NEE
N'Li IS INSTANTLY KILLED.
Fry i tie Buffalo Courier.
i Coroner Alwendinger was nolincd Sat
urday ai'ternoc'n of a case requiring his at
! tantion at No. 170 Peach street. Here
r:
psirwl thither and found the body of a
j child Nkhola * L ' Stuler > ^ two
. VMr *- w!l ° ,la0 (]ied the Ja . v Previous.
I
1
An investigation as to the cause of death
rivsaleJ the lact that the little one had met
wiih a cie-t singular aacideat, which re
' suited in almost instantaneous death.
On Fridav afternoon the mother and her
1 former knitting. She arose aad handed
little son were in the house together, the
the needles, together with tho work on
| them, to the bov with instructions to take
l theta ia.o an adjoining room, while sh*
, went out tor a pail of water. The mother
| went out, and the accident occurred in her
absence. It is saprosed that the child
, , , , .
s . Iaried t0 car '7 out lhe mother s lastraa
tions, and getting as far as the doorway en
.d avored to reach a step, lost his balance
Mdfell. One of tho noodles entered his
mouth and pierced tho right cheek, while
the one that inflicted tho fatal wound pen
etrated the neck under the chin, passed
through the cartilages in the threat and
stuck fast in the spinal cord.
lhe mother returned on hearing her
child scream and on seeing Ids condition
rushed oat of the i.oust and alarmed the
When they arrived the little
ibliuw was breathing his last. A verdint
was render^l in accordance with tho facts
of the case.
neighbors.
say Roeheforcauld. "that we
can always remember the smallest thing
that has happened to ourselves, and yet not
recollect how often we have repeated it to
the same persons."'
ran.
SPECIAL XOTICES.
he-Ivems wii: be inserted under this head
for twelve cents a line.
*i-Blaylock A Co., under the Contlncn
ta!. rtft'.a., fi
i Delawarean
*S-Megr.n
i Phlla.. have
st-c'.ass hatters and furrier*.
should visit them.
ee Br..s„ North Sixth street,
on hand all kinds of paper.
! *i"Menamin, of Philadelphia, best roller
• composition in the country.
*d~Go to Buxtiaum for clothing of all
km-ia. Patron:re home trad*.
* ^-t*- *•
DRY GOODS.
FRENCH MERINOS,
jwr yard, at
75
B ARGU ' NS 1 Ea * WaINS: BARGAINS
THE CHEAPE-T store IN THE CIIY •
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IS AT
" M -\UKET&,\EET. !
^ LAID - PLAIN AND REF? GOODS 1
from 25 cents to #1 1
AIA WOOL CASHMERES.
BLACK A I. A PA CAS.
WAINW RIGHTS,
* 612 Market street.
i
From 50 cents to fl.50
ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH° * L °°' i U
Best Qualities, 50centA j
PLaNKETs* : BLANK ETS • BLANKETS <
1- , Blanker* fron SI *5 ,o tr.*
Fu'l ass-wment of Cloth and Ca^meres «
8 ht*w-s from vo:s, upwarois.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE !
E. FF.LLHIMER,
v „ Market street. Wilmington Dei
fiat • "* ' ruu * n * b: »ek silks (too.
^pt 15-S
t'ISA* VIAL.
" h. iiino Ton. s<
Goi.ii a.vn uomi) (jror
Reported iiy Craiirc,
ers an I Brokers. iiih
' wtL
HI
"' "IBB,
K>*
lit'* »
Gold
lShl's Coupon -
5-30, '62.
5-20, '04. "
5-20,'05
5-20, '05 New. J. A J.
5-20, '67, Coupon, -
5-20, (W, •*
10-40,
Currency
New 5's '.if '61
Market. teafiv.
Wil. fcl. lg. '
■jl
- 122 *
117V
ia
x
it
i
11(5
49
STOCK QUOTA T loss
ng-"**
my t
Gold
N. T. C. A Hud.
N. Y. & Erie
Lake Shore
North Web'ern
15
61 ig
■I
1 'ret.
5;
Rock Island -
Ohio & Miss.
Pacific Mall - "
Western Union
St. Paul
iw*
18}'
40*
76
35*
Pref.
65*
T. A Wabash
Union Pacific -
C. C. A I. C.
Penna. •
Reading
Lehigh Valley -
Lehigh Nav
011 Creek
Central Trans.
Phlla. A Erie •
Hestonville -
A. A P., preferred,
Market steady.
5*
re
4 ',
50*
55*
62*
51
11 *
19*
28*
- 4*
WILMINGTOX QWOTATtOXS.
Delaware dtatc Bonds,
Wilmington City Bonds,
Delaware R. R. first mtge.,
" " extension -
Wilmington A Reading R. R.
1st mortgage,
Wilmington & "Reading R. R.
2nd mortgage, -
Wilmington A Western R. R.
1st mortgs
Delaware R. !
102* 105
- 101* 101*
101* 102*
99 100
45 56
5 I
2rt
ge,
22H
Stock,
Wilmington C raj Gas Co., . 67
National Bank of Delaware, 500
22* 23
to
National Bank of Delaware, 500
" " Wil.&B'dywiDs, 62
First National Bank, -
Union National Bank,
Farmers' Bank, -
Delaware Fire Insurance, -
(05
62*
- 142 143
40
42*i 43
25 21
PHILADELPHIA HARKETR.
Hloeta Harket,
Philadelphia. Not. 13, IST5.
W,W,
Gold 1H*®1HS, Fenn RR
Silver l<-7 ,»llu |PhilaAResd
US 1881 L£J*. ia KR.ex-dlv.» s ,«a
" 6-2>sl6641l4}^ North PenD 52'
" " lhtiSllti ® Phlla A Erie I'A^M
" July l«511t»*^12»S,oC A" A RR 11 * 8 ®
" Julyl«T12S!^sai.a Lehigh Yal 62
" July 166812i*» ■ ••NavStockSl 85lk
*' 10-4US llrAi# .Cawwlssa R lSllt*
" New 5« 116%^ I do prefd. 44 a4W
Clty6a,newiad,»10ft*INC'entra; R 31 #29*
CCo sofNJ133 #laa*:Hestonvilla 26**4ji
Phllsdelphla Trade Report.
Thursday, Nov. IP.—Cotton Is without in
provemeut, and we notice small sales at
1 vlal-^c. for middling uplands and Quit,
Bark Is nominal at 284 per ton lorXo. 1
Quercitron.
Seeds— New Cloverseed moves slowly »l
9)jal0c per pound. Timothy sells otJSh
2 J»• Flaxseed is In good de mand by the
cjnshers al tl 55,
Flour aad meal —In the Flour market
there is an absenoe of activisy an# only to#
#7(w barfeis sold In lots to salt the home
trade, at $4%4 15 for superfine, : togs* to
evtras ; ^#6 44 for Wisconsin snd Mluue
sota extraf ansily ta#7 25 for Penniylrauii
Ohio and Indiana dl„ do., and d *8 40for
fancy brands, as to quality. RyeFlour will
a; 96A5 65 In Corn meal nothing doing.
Grain. The demand fer the better grade*
continues, fair at formerprices.but comrooa
lots are quiet. Sales of 2,500 bushels atfj 8
a 4 . 3 S for Pennsylvania red : Hal 2u fer *«•
tern r*d ; $1 4i»l 4 > for Pennsylvania amber
Rye Is nominal, Corn is quiet at 75 « 7 Bc to
mixed and yellow. Gats sells at 8>',a5t<\to
mixed, and S3ntsn for while.
Whisky is firm at 8118 Western Inn
bound.
Philadelphia Prodaee Market
Batter quiet; New York and
county extras. 24#A5c.: do. do., firsts, an#**
Western extras, ;4u#S2cu do. firsts ite*
Rolls, extras. [email protected]; do. firsts, 26a28.
Cheese dull. New York fancy, US&
do. prune, 12?4#13 4 c. Western tint, 11*4
Eggs firms: stock scarce. Pennsylvstd'.
New Jersey, and Delaware fresh, **•
Western do. SltaPCo.
SltaPCo.
H 9 MEBT.
jpALL TRADE, IsTA
NOW OPEN,
A new and fall stock of
HOSIERY. GL44VES.
MERINO UNDERWEAR, ,
YAK, GUIPURE AND POINT U®
FRINGES, CORSETS AND NOTIONS
Also, a fine assortment of
Embroidered Slipper# and Zephyr worX,
Zephyr Worsted. Germantown
Balmoroi and Plain Woolen Yarns, «■
8 . H. STAAT 8 ,
No. 417 ItlsWT W.
an^O-ly
ess
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