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the scandal-mongers Passing by, f0 \x hear in a whisper, ,thing poison in a sigh ? ... cautiously and slow, ng c «.ctiyastheygo, noisy—Sliding smoothly likeasnuke nlpri S here and slipping there rl'rmieli the meadow fresh and fivir, subtle slime and poison in their ling ving not the scandal-monger As she sat, nluj brightly -ncath the reses Inherhat? uainty gloved diid dresSj ■Mlkcasd nothluglcss 'ied aho— castisg smiles and plcasiog words about. )n80 she shrugged and shook her head, >nise 4 her eyes and nothing said ib you spoke of friends, and yet It left i> doubt. hear tho scandal-monger At the ball, ,neh the music, rhythm, beauty, IUS Light and all? lng here aud moving there, whisper ligltt as air, lng sbadews on a sister-woman's fame lust a whisper, word, or glanoe U she floated through tho danee; the world is busy with a .spotless narao. yOU er you ha w X ; will find the scandal-mongers Everywhere; Luiiies men, butoften women, | Young and ftllr. | their tongues drop foulest slime, L thev spend their leisure time Plug mud on those who climb by work I and worth. Khun them, shun them as you go— Sjhtin them, Whether high or low; but tho cursed serpents of the X ky are earth._ PERSONAL AXI> PERTINENT. field Marshall Murat Halstead is in St ns. Emperor William now a days talks Iceably. Felix R. Brunet is in favorof the French L, What iticre-lege! L bronze statue of O'Connell is lo 1 e Led in Melbourne. Mrs. Livermore in her lecture eulogizes Ldell Phillips' devotion as a husband. Fhe New Orleans Times says that two fds of the babies born in 1875 are boys. of the original proprietors ef the (ton Herald is now a "comp" in the )ne Mop Tabot, of Indiana, confirmed 12 lvicts in die State prisen last Sunday ek. Dore is said lo be engaged upon a pic e 30 feet by 20 feet, representing Christ's ;ry into Jerusalem, if. Thiers has finished the first volume Iiis philosophical work, and the title is 'Homme et la Malicrd' t prisoner got out of the Council ifls (la.) jail by using a saw made of a man prisoner's corset rod. K prisoner in the Indianapolis Criminal art got a year extra for laughing at the a fellow-convict. Vales comes weeping home because the ^^Blians did not weloomehim as he thought were Ilindooty bound to-do. Three families of Rotterdam, O., were ontly poisoned by eating soup made in nll^poiler just used for washing clsthcs. xt^ffiUverrier, the French astranomer, says coming winter is gsing to bs nncom nly severe, and that there will be enor ii^Bus snow falls in December aad January Tho'fs said in his recent speech: military glory is a sun which is sorne veiled with clouds, the glory ef it^milizalion is a sun which never ceases to ine.' ■encral Meridith, who died lately in liana, was six feet seven inches high, l President Lincoln used to say that General was one of the few men he ked up to. lev. Isaak Hanks, of Mainsbury, Eng the other Sunday read tho text: hit man dieth and wasteth away, yea, reth up the ghost, and where is lie,"— <1 fell dead. Senator Gordon, of Georgia, has pur used the late residence of Mr, Walter S. in Georgetown, and the lion. L. Q. ■ Lamar, of Mississippi, will be his guest ^Rring the winter. brick wall around a grave was all a colored person in Montgomery, •"■la., cotild find to steal, and accordingly • stole it, One year at hard labor will ward Ids enterprise. A citizen of Boston has presented the irtion of the town of Amesbury, Mass., .jl.^ccntly set off, with $26,000 for the erec 111 of a town hall, on condition that the Aiding bear his When six or eight Texans get seated °und a stove and commence talking l0 >it the Mexican raids, the way they ■t over that stove would make a fire ex oguisher blush for shame. ^Ae pursuits of literature have their logers. For stealing a book worth 75 ntfl a well-enough-off-farmer in Bartlio . county, Indiana, was recently dis anchiaed and imprisoned one hour in the •wtjrMi, name. mew XR is IT YOU Who said that you would like to get such Clothing as City People wear, rather than the wholesale goods com monly sold ? This will tell you how to do It, very Mrge increase of our business allows us to make A STILL LOWER SCALE OF PRICES, AHD The you Can Save Enough }n buying a Suit at Oak Hall TO PAY FOR THE TRIP from anywhere In this County to the City of Philadelphia, and have a day of sight-seeing besides, wanamake* & Brown stand by this Statement, and so wilt you after one trial. 11 O be sure of what we sell we manufacture our goods, sonic of them in our.owu budding. They are well cut, sewed and ..nlsh-d.. They can be relied upon. Storekeepers out of the city misrepresent us when they say they sell our goods, as we do not wholesale , but confine ourselves to retail. We bear no ill-will to any one, and state this only because some - dealers sell poor goods as coming from our house. 1 o each of our custom ers we are responsible for articles bought of us. By our plan of I icketing the right names of the materials oh our goods, no one can be misled as to ^ /TYHE price in plain figures and nothing off. The I same price to acquaintances and strangers. J. Tp city people and coiintnr people equal advantages. With each article sold, A Guarantee is given, that the Price is as low as it can be bought -anywhere, and that the quality is as represented; also, that the money will be paid back in full, if purchrwr within 10 days wishes, for any reason, to return the goods, unworn. w HIS is important indeed, because,unprincipled people having stores in Philadelphia, coun terfeit our signs, cards, advertisements, and stop strangers on tne street, with false directions about where the store is, so thf*t they may sell their counterfeit goods. There is but one Hall in Philadelphia, it is a large building, the size of four or c d T i " a iY stor c 5 T s ^ 1 ^ on the South-east corner of SIXTH—S IX1H—SIXTH wIXlH SIXTH—SIXTH and Market Streets. T Character ot the Geodi we sell 1 For Men & Boys. i How Wahamaker ft Brown treat their CUSTOMERS. T < Exactly where the Store Is. W E send patterns of material and prices by mail when requested. Persons can have made-up goods seBt bv Express, by send ing their measure (we furnish easy directions that any one can measure by,) and describing ' wanted, and price desired. , Payment can be made to the Express Co. on receipt of goods, and the privilege of examining them isalloweabeforepaying. Where goods do not please,we will return the money and pay the expressage back to Philadelphia. YcU should be sure to see our name on the Building; and over the door Thoto who cfnnot come to the City. as you enter. WANAMAKER & BROWN. ITEW TEA STOr|b —JUST STARTED No.3 W.TMrcL Street, Between Market and Shipley Streets, one door West of Market Street Sign—Rod Front, Great Canton an Japan Tea Co., —*»—«— SSRaS5."" !B, " ANY salt. wmaaagMstik KS''ffiru.vS',„. »«□,,.«« " Mr^-inintf Crlppoa AND ?l aPAn'tba' W.'. inyptui served than at any other-plnco 'jj J;"? ® r Westof Market Uvoot., V ^AHanXoVm°OILCHubiiIOo?PIECK OF GLASSWARE given to ov^pureha. ser. • 82 MISCEUU ANEOU S. WILMINGTON SOAP WORKS. J. A. Wilson & Go., Manufacturer of Family and Toilet SOAP. Third St., bet. Spruce and Church. ;-iy am Oysters and Reed Birds AT THE DIWGIIAM house, N. M/. Got. Water and Market Sts. Prime Oysters and Plump Itccd Birds re ",i fiailv at the Bingham House, Water and Market streets. Attached to the house a an EXCELLENT RESTAURANT, where meals can be lied at alt hours at Yery moderate rates. Indies' entrance on W 4 e i r 2 Street * JOSEPH T. WAIT. SMITH & BREEN, N. E. Cor. Fourth and Shipley St3. Constantly on hand a full supply of best brands of the FAMILY FLOUR At the Lowest Market Kates. Excellent quality of Rye and Unbolted Flour, White and Yellow Corn Meal. Oat Meal, suncrior article always on hand. superior OctlO-lr JOB PRINTING DONE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES AT T.ITK HERALD OFFICE, HBIPLEY STREET. WILMINGTON R.W. B1RNIE, SAIL MAKER, NO. 11 E. WATER STREET, continues to make store and window aw nings of all varieties of patterns, In con nection with sail making. All awnings, when desired, made mildew proof at a moderate price. A call Is re spectfully solicited. N. B—Canvas 'prlnting.also promptly attended to. **"" Y ULANOVA COLLEGE.DELAWARE COUNTY. PENNSVLVANIA. Tliis institution, chartered with Univers ity Privileges, is under the charge of the Augustinian Fathers, and offers superior advantages to students, who desire to make a thorough Classical, Scientific or Commer cial course. It is situated en the Pennsyl vania Central Rail Road, eleven, miles, from Philadelphia. Rail Road Station and Post Office en the College grounds. terms : Per session of five months (in advance.) For^full particular send for a Catalogue, Very Rev. T. GALBERY, President. 'jtr.l-iyr. ROLLINS & CROSS, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTIIG, SHIPLEY STKEET BELOW THLRD. ALL KINDS OF PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING executed in the best style and at low prices. a"r24-ly. Wheelwright and Blacksmith, 11KANDYWIKE VILLAGE, near concord pike. All kinds of light and heavy Carriages, built of excellent material and In tho best " aVko.iiII work in Wheelwright andBlnck smltli line done In workmanlike manner and at moderate prices. Repairing of every description promptly " Thankful'for past tavors. I respectfully "tani-tf Ontlnttan0 * 0t TiWMOX.Jt. I RAILROADS. -OHILA DELPHI A, WILMINGTON AMO IT BALTIMORE RAILROAD. NOVEMBER 22 1875. Trains wlU leave Wilmington as fol l0 phlladelDhla and Intermediate Stations, 7.M78.lTO »XlOJW a. m„ 2. 4.10,7.1W. 9.8($ ^'MUladelphta and Mew York, 151 a. m ^Baltimore an<l Intermediate Stations, 12.52.9.05, a. m. 5.20 p.m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 1.5 j, a 05 , a. m,, 12.56,153,5.20,7.10 p. m. Trains lot Delaware Division, leave for New Castle, 5.00,6.20,9.30, a. m., 1.26,0.40, ^Harrington and Intermediate Stations, Weimar'ani 6 inlmmediate Stations, 5.00, 9.80, a. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, S.15. a. m., 445, 6 , 86 , p. m. . , Philadelphia and New York, 1.31 a m Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 1.55 a- For further information passengers are referred to the time tables posted at tne H, F. KENNEY. Sunt. depot, aug 23-tf /CHANGE OF HOURS—WILMINGTON Ij 4 WESTERN RAILROAD.-Comtaenc lng Monday, September 14th, 1874, Trains will run *8 follows: 1 eave WlIttflngtoB 10.30a.m.,antl5.35p.m. Leave Landenberg 6.46,a.m., and 1.80 p.m. Arrive Wilmington 7.08 and 8.15 p.m Arrive Landenberg 12.15 p.m.,and 650 p.m. CONNECTIONS.—At Wllmlngtotl, With P. W. A B. and Delaware R. R. trains. Landenberg with Penna. A Delaware R. R. DAVID CONNELL, Sup. At aug 23-tf BANKERS. HAIG, JOHNSON A CO., c BANKERS AND BROKERS, Sixth a Market Sts., Wilmington, Del. NEW YORK AND FHILADEL. STOCKS BOUGHT A SOLD ON COMMISSION. Every facility afforded for persons desir ing to deal at invest lu Stocks, Bonds or Gold. Teiegraihlo quotations reoelvod con stantly during tne day. aug.23tf HATS dc CAPS. E. DUBELL, c. THE HATTER, |No. 2, East Third Street, Wilmington, Del. aug i'3-tf] EVER TOO LATE TO MENU. II. TAYLOR, it N Silk Hat Manufacturer, has opened a Fac tory at 415 MARKET STREET, (Third Floor,) where he intends making new Silk Hats to order, and fixing up and remodeling all kinds of old silk hats into the present style. Give us a call and save money. nov4-lw BOOTS dc SHOES. G o TO HALL'S. 505 King Street, if you want a good, cheap and reliable boot or shoe; His prices suits to all, Women's shoes 82.25 to 81.65, Misses' shoes 81.25 to 81,60. Men's fine boots 82.75 to 8 | and 86 . Fine boots a specialty^_ nov3\VAStf asSGC CO H P3 O b* > as,»tr 1 y, tl sj fell : |! ^ ^ " s ill'Ihtd o a s "B'lil'HlS-SSl w® nUatf 11 W 0 y ll s| III "? 0 bs s j > 8 ,* a Q a H 90 ".15 «ta '. "9 h l : a t H ft H •JS SO Wg sh ra w m HH ts» 'A : go w ■ a «»'*.• «0 H w „ ~ *.0,55 § td yJ 8 SSS K GO n B »<= w n > sl w H INE BOOTS AND SHOES, AT REDUCED PRICES AT N. E. COR. 7th AND POPLAR STREETS. Having taken the above named stand, I -pectfttlly Inform my friends and the pub that I am prepared to Bell Men's, Laui Misses' and Children's E res e's, lie BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS. made of excellent material and in the best manner at the lowest rates, and gurantee satisfaction. Custom work made In tho best style at moderate prices. Fubllc patronage respect fully solicited. aug23-3m MICHAEL DANAHEE. I HEAP! CHEAPER!! CHAPEST!!! c BOOTS, SHOE! - , and GAITERS. Children's shoes, from 45 cents to 81 09. Men's calf-skin hoots, fine hand-sewed, for 8150, at Ninth aud Spruce. Repairing heat ly done. WILLIAM BOCOKi •ogM-ir GROCERIES. JUST 1UKJJSIYKD i A Hue FLORIDA lORANGE FLORIDA ORANGE FLORIDA ORANGES, FLORIDA ORANGES, FLORIDA ORANGES, FLORIDA ORANGES, THE "SIMON PURE'' ARTICLE. THE " SIMON PURE " ARTICLE. THE "SIMON PURE " ARTICLE, J. P. ALLMOND. Eighth and Market Sts aug23-ly LOUR AND PEED, E WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FLOUR IN PAPER SACKS K® BTORES A SPECIALTY. ' ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATT ENTION. E. L. CANBY, aug23-lf N. E. cor. Ninth and Shipley. QOFFEES. The best quality of Mild and Strong Cof fees, selected especially for retail—always freshly roasted, and at tho lowest ftllr price. BOWMAN, Second and Kino Streets. TEAS.—No hotter assortment ot all varie ties than that offered by BOWMAN, SECOND AND KINO, Can be found In town. Prices from 40 cents to 81.30 per pound, and no trashy goods at any price. Cheap Sugar; Pure Spices; Cider Vinegar; New Mackrel, and a first-class assortment of goods in his line, always at the lowest fair price. BOWMAN, SECOND AND KINO scpt 2 -tf. A SHARP, ■^ELCH S. W. COR. SECOND AND JUSTISON ST has a full line of Grscerles, sugar, tea, coffee, butter, potatoes canned fruits of all kinds, Vernon's sau sage and scrapple, which is the best in the market. Wo are selling low to suit the times. Also tobacco and segars. Give us a call. oct26-lm MEDICAU. jQR. GRBISHAW,' oct. 23-ly 826 West Street. D R. WALES, has returned to his resl dence Cor. Eighth and King Streets, oct 15-tf. R. THOMAS PHILLIPS, D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, (Late Resident Fliysiciau Bay View Hos pital, Baltimore.) May bo found at Ills office, No. 2 W. 7th street, at all hours when not professionally engaged. octl 0 -f,m,w JNVALIDS ATTENTION. Invalids suffering from diseased nines, liver, or other Internal organs, can find tho COMFORT OF A HOME, with the most ap proved mode of medical treatment. THE SITUATION IS EXCELLENT AND THE LOCATION HEALTHY TURKISH, HOT AND SHOWER BATHS In the house, and sea bathing convenient for those who desire it, GUNNING, FISHING AND OTHER SPORTS Can be enjoyed by those who are well enough to participate. Particular attention paid to the treatment •f RHEUMATISM and SPINAL AFFEC TIONS. For farther particulars, respecting terms treatment, etc., address I. H. D. KNOWLES, M. D., Box 5, Lewes, Del. nug. 17 TAMES A BRO„ " . TABLE, POCKET, > MINCING For sale by JAMES A BRO.. 206 Market Street. sepl5-tf( OTICE. N "PEACH CRATES," FOR S> LE BY *t W. GAUSS. Manufacturer, Foot of West Street, Wilmington. Del. Ug28 JOSEPH RILEY SAIL AND AWNING MAKER, > S. E. Con. Fourth and Kino street, Repairing Promptly attended to. LEGAL TTENRXC. TURNER, • ATTORNEY AT LAW Wl% Market St., Rear offloe. ang 23-ly JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. EBMUND B. FRAZER, Notary Public, Third A Market streets (Telegraph Bnlld* lng,) Wilmington. Collecting bills made « specialty. aug 23-ly JJENRY C. CONRAD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office—N o. 602^ Market St. augviMt ALTER CUMMINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OmcKt—No. 612 King street, next door Ui the Post office, Wilmington, Del. a«g236m AUCTIONEERS. C. FRAIM, R. AUCTIONEER 814 King Street. aug 23-tf J OHN S. ROWBOTHAM, A UCTIONEER. No. 6 East Fourth Street. aug 28-tf W. STIDHAM A SON, L. AUCTIONEERS. Ill East Fourth Street. aug 23-U rjmos. M. OGLE, AUCTIONEER, 512 King Street UNDERTAKERS. JJEDHOLDT A BUCHMAN, UPHOLSTERS AND CABINET MAKE! S Furniture made, covered aud repai rr. , Slip ooven out and mad 3 . CARPETS AND MATTING Hanging of Curtsla t e Window Shader, a specialty. PICTURES FRAMED, and all appertaining to the and promptly attended to. made end la buBlnsM.iitv • 403SHIPLEY s'i aug23-6m pATRICK HASSAN. 219 WEST SECOND STREET. Caskets and coffins of all descriptions con stantly on hand or made ta order. All or ders promptly attended to, day or nigh t Twenty per cent, discount on undertakers prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. oot27-6m P. HASSAN. SPORTING GOODS. HINDLE At CO., A. BASE BALL EMPORIUM 812 Market St., Sporting goods of all kinds, aug 23-tf RESTAURANTS. QNLY PLACE IN THE CITY where you can get a First-class Meal lor so Cents, AT A INSCOW'S. Open on market mornings morning 'till 12 at night, dining rooxns under the Third street market house, en trance on King street, aug 23-ly from l in tii* QYSTERS! OYSTERS 11 SPECIAL NOTICE. I have made arrangements to sunpijr tiles, hotels and restaurants with tne BEST OYSTERS THAT COMB TO THIS MARKET, Wholesale and retail, at tiie lowest prices and fresh every day. JAMES McLANNAN, 405 Market stroet. sep 20 -lf WINES dl LIQUORS. I N BTORE THE FOLLOWING WHISKIES: Hanntsville I'uro Rye, 1873. A. Overholt A Co.'s Pure Rye, 187i-72-7S. icrwood) Pure Rj ) and Malt, I860, above Wliiskius INF Hyatt A Clark's W.&W.TlXL)] Having stored t the prloi to the Increase of tax, they will be sold without any advance In price. FRANCIS KELLY, No. 103 Market St. aug 23-tf UR SELECTIONS o or OLD RYE WHISKIES ARE UNSURPASSED. We bave In stock: MOORE'S 1866, 1868. SHERWOOD, 1868, 1861, DOUGHERTY, 1869, HANNISVILLE, 1870 JOHNSON A SON, (BOURBON) 1868. Champagnes, Sherries and Port at duced prices. P. PLUNKETT A CO., 106 Market Street. aug28-tf-t BLANK BOOKS. ARTIN JOHNSTON, M BOOK BINDER, BOOK BINDER, HAS ALL THE ARPOINTMliNTs OF A COMPLETE ESTABLISHMENT. And Is not surpassed by any other bouse in this city in ability to do gooo work and fill large orders. BLANK BOOKS BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY) ADDRESS, MARTJM JOJUnXOM. tUBitti tM.IMMir 1 hlTfiMMtCS, DU.