Hi ill that
io+flumvp*) m** * W ^
cheepiA^Nde:*. l?fl- 7S8 Mark* street.
Thera tonothlng very original In a money
market report. It to too fail of quotetlone.
Mr.i. DeWolf, No. 810 Merket atraat,
ha , opened n fall etoek of Spring clothing
for children, youth* end men.
An honeit meet cennot he made from a
Order* hy mall promptly attedded to
Ryan'* CenUnnial New* Office, No. out
Market street. If subscribed for through
Mr. R., they will be served regularly at the
Why, Mary Ann, what in tne worm are
you doing with the scissors 1" "Shure, ytz
told ms to eoollopthe oysters.''
Beds renovated and all kinds of furniture
' r or uie at Adair's Fourth and King atraeta.
A new book Is entitled "Die Hanptatroe
munger der Literatur des Neungehnter
Jabrhnnderta." This title will give you
all the necessary time to get out of the
back door while the agent to mentioning
One of the eaelest things to catch, and at
the same time one of the most difficult to
t rid of. Is a Clough or Gold. Dr Bull's
ouch Syrup, however, always proves
equal to the emergency.
A Singular Escape From Death.
Stephen Follmeyer wes buried * alive in
e weU thirty feet deep, at Fort Madison,
Iowa, on the fifteenth of last month. A
force of men were put to work to extricate
the mangled (a* they supposed) tody of
the unfortunate man. They worked stead
ily In wind and rain J until midnight, when
one of the workmen,merely out or curiosi
ty, called Pollmeyer by name, whan what
was bis surprise to hear, as he supposed, a
voice from the grave answer him. At 2 A.
M. the buried man cried out: "I am alive;
for God's sake help me out I'' Shortly af
terward, upon lifting a large stone, they
discovered the heed of thedead-alive man,
but he was so completely wedged In that
they did not get him out until five o'clock
In the morning, after having been burled
for eighteen hours. He was perfectly con
scious and related the following story:
jjng the well about to caVoln I sup
my time had come, and shortly after
t found myself In total darkness, with
large stone resting against my check and
over my head, forming a complete arch. I
could breath without any trouble,but could
not move. I think fresh air must have
reached mb along the rope, which I had hold
of at the time of the accident. I could dis
tinctly hear the men at work above me en
deavoring to extricate me. In the lest half
hour I came very nearly suffocating, as the
men working above me packed the earth
tightly around me that It wae almost
Impossible tor me to breathe. I feel very
•ore and stiff, but I think I will be around
in a few days. I will not |attempt to de
scribe my feelings while I was burled alive
thirty feet deep. A physician prescribed
for him, and at last accounts be was doing
well. Truly, It seems like a miracle.
A New Cure For Dueling.
[From the London Globe ]
Some of the continental nations are still
troubled with the fashionable pest, and still
engaged in devising expedients to erradl
cate It from their territories. Hitherto all
SHc.h attempts have been aimed at that one
of the duelists who had the best of the
field. The loser was possibly supposed to
have paid a sufficient penalty in the suffer
lngs entailed upon him by his wounds, or,
if actually killed, escaped, as a matter of
course, the vengeance of the law. But a
government has at last hit upon the origl
and novel plan of Inflicting a vindictive pom
lihment upon the body or the slats. This
is the Bavarian government, which has
carried out a signally severe sentence upon
a certain count killed In a duel, close to
Munich, by an officer In the royal army.
The old laws of the country recogniz e
in duels only a sort of suicide, and con
demn the persons killed In them to all the
penaltlea attaching to suicidal acts. 0..e
of these consists In' the denial to the de
funct of the rights of burial. Accordingly,
the body of the deceased count was car
ried off from the hands of those relations
and friends who were about to perforin the
funeral rites and handed over to the dls
secting room of the Muclch hospital. Great
efforts are, It seems, being made to secure
the remains from this Ignominious fate, and
from an Inglorious interment in the com
mon burying ground.? But If tbese
attempts fall, It Is expected that a death
blow will be given to dueling in Bavaria.
Should It be so, It will be strange how far
more powerful the dread of humiliation af
ter death has proved that the fear of ju
dicial vengeance while alive.
Bajrard Taylar's National Hymn.
[N. Y. Sun, of Yesterday.
Several months ago a meeting
German musical societies in this
elded that there wes need of a new national
hymn. Distinguished composers In this
city and abroad were invited to contribute
musical compositions adapted to verses
written by Bayard Teylor for this purpose.
These invitations were generally accepted,
and one has been chosen. This Interested
other musicians, and led to the "project of s
grand musical celebration on the Fourth of
July. In Weber Hall, last evening, a com
mittee of two hundred and fifty persons was
appointed to organize a grand torchlight
procession on the evening of the Third of
July, to be composed of musical organiza
tions. The procession will enter Union
Square at about midnight, and as the clock
strikes 12, all the bands will pley the new
national hymn, accompanied by the voices
of the assembled multitude. The Fourth
will be celebrated by oretlons, music and
tableaux In the Academy of Music and
OUFS for Toothache.
Dr. Dyce Buckwortb, an English physi
cian, contributes a short memorandum on
this subject. He was called on to tffiat
case of very severe toothache, and tried
various ordinary remedies, including chloro
form and carbonic add, without any benefit
to the patient, He then remembered hav
ing read that the pain might be relieved by
bolding in tke mouth a solution of bicar
bonate of soda. He gave the patient half
drachm In an ounce of Water, and to hie
astonishment the pain ceased immediately,
and complete relief was seentod. He
think* that as the remedy to so simple and
the diaease so distressing and often intrac
table, this treatment maybe worthy
petto# and Imitation.
Jehm Wamar.a hotel ksepw to Terry-1"
^ L y SJj > ^.y° pp>a . "*ir
ont. T. 1. fioeUor.
John Quincy Ademt lost two children
ptherla Urtthln twenty tour hour*)
auqther will probably die.
Barney William*, the eemedleu, le it I
t of death firem pneumonia; been en-l »
y unconscious since Sunday. * j ik
i fire at Metropolis, Illinois, yesterday, I
consumed nearly the entire business por-1
tlon of the town. Loss, 138,000. I jg
A fire at Princeton, Illinois, ye***.
destroyed several buildings. Loss estimated I |
at $40,000: Insurance on one-half. and
Henry D. Eaton, chief of the Hartford
Fire Department who has been missing sev
eral weeks, has returned to this city.
The body of the late A. T. Stewart Ilea la
state at his late residence. His wife is serf-1.
ously ill and unable to leave her room.
Bx-Ganger, convicted of making false
returns, was sentenced to one year'* lm-| _
>ri*onment in the State Prison and a nnc of I IJT
A despatch from St. Panl, Minn., lsat
night, states that the St. Croixrtver 1s still
firm, and navigation will be but little in
The first vessel of the season went down
the St. Lawrence river Wednesday The! I
river has been clear of Ice for several days, •
and navigation seaward Is open.
Daniel Bone, one of the notorious Tenth I
avenue gang, and also cbarged wlth being,
oneof the Highland brigand*,broke J*0,#|
Carmel, N.YT, on Tuesday night. |
Childrens' and boys all wool suits arsr
selling for 84 and $6, at the great Boston
Clothing House, 207 Market etreet Wil., I
Mothers hay their children's clothing^ at
the Boston Houae, 207 Market street, Wll.
Everybody can have a pair of working
pants for 75 cents, $1.00, $1.25,91.50, $2.00,
and 92.50 by calling at the Boston Clothing
House, 207 Market street.
WUJHMGTON, April 18.
GOLD AND BOND QUOTATIONS.
Reported by Cralge, Johnson AOo., Bank
artand Brokers, Sixth and Market Sts. »
i-aO's, '84, * .
3-aO's, '85, New, J. A J
3-20'*, '87, Coupon.
3-30's, '88, ' r
WIL * Rdg.—
N, Y. C. A Hud
N, Y. A Erie....
'.. p re f..
r. A Wabash. .
0 . C. a i. ..
. . .
a. A P.. preierred.—
Ohio A Mies
49 y. 1
Delaware State Bonds...102X }« I
Wilmington City Bonds.MB, }06 I
Delaware R. R. first mtge.MHX }W41
" " extension.99 101
Wilmington A Reading R. R.
WHmington^'&aading R. R.
Wilmington A Western R. R.
Delaware R. R. Stock
Wilmington Goal Gas Co.
National Bank of Delaware
' « " WU. A B'dywlne.. 61X
S lrst National Bank.....116
nlon National Bank.
Delaware Fire Insurance...
Philadelphia, April 13, 1876.
113W®113% Phlla A Read
101 ®103 RR,
North Penn 52
"hllaA Erie 28
Lehigh Val 61
Catawlasa R17 SI
do prefd 44)404
N Central R
'•July 1887 12lWll21)t
" July 1888 12MJI128
« 10-40* 118;
'•New 6 s 118 )
City 6s,new 108
UCo'sofNJ188 -. 00-/1
Penna RR 55^® 55 %
Philadelphia Trade Report.
Thursday, April 18, 1878.
Cotton attracts very little attention, end
we notice small sales at 13*^®13% for mid
dling upland, and New Orleans.
Coffee Is quiet and firmly held. Salts of
uayra at 18Mc,, 108; bags Rio at
17c. and 160 bags Santos at 18^c. The Sugar
market developed more strength to-aa
and at the close holders' views wars 7
7J^c.for fair and good refining Cuta; the de-1
mand was goed, with ealee of 300 hogsheads
Southslde (Juba at 7%e, Refined Sugars I
closed strong at llMe; tor cut-loaf; l O^ c. I
for crushed and powdered; lOJ^c. for pinn-1
lated; and lOo. for A. Stock to-day 4,^® I
b2Il"^12, g 4»^f«tyt 0 a J r ' '
heads Cuba at 82%c. fw 50 test; stock to-day
5,#00 hogsheads and 1,000 barrels, against 417
hogsheads last year, .
The Flonr market rnles steady, bnt the
movement Is limited, the demand being
restricted to the wants of the local trade.
About 1,000 barrels sold at #4 [email protected] 50 for
extras; [email protected] 80 for Minnesota extra family;
#[email protected] 74 for Pennsylvania Ohio and Indiana
do. do.; #7<®8 25 for fancy brand*. Rye Floor
sell* at #4 62}[email protected] 75. In Corn Meal nothing
Prime red winter wheat meets with a
fair milling demand at foil prices. Bales of
2,400 bushels at #160 tor prime; Pennsyl
vanla red #[email protected] 58; do. amber; |[email protected] 15 tor
Western red, and #145®155 tor white. Rye
sells at 80® 82 c.
Corn Is in light supply, and commands
full prices. A good Inquiry prevails. Sales
of 7,000 bushels yellow, afloat and In grain
depot, at 66®68c; white at 65)jc.
Oats are selling at 46®61e. for Western
white, and 40®44c. for prime red.
Whisky is quiet at #118 forWestern iron
1 I.until r I> .V'l'SWwI
rlug.il tied up my shoe store, No. IU
gStb Street, and laid In a larger stow
everbafooe, I am ready to supply Mm
in In the Eastern portion of Me etty
all Unde of boats and shoe*, lor
i, gentlemen and children, at price*
slow those heretofore charged. Ela*
work made to order, and mending
iptly attended to.
» NEW SHOE,
No. 418 W. SECOND STREET,
jg manufacturing for the wholesale trade a
^««*d^^ B< ^lf*lm"5if4
I | w than any other Shoe Of the same clasa,
and warranted good material and work
J well done. Call and see him. mch8 lmo
I ffiHB.BGOT AND SHOE BUSINESS,
| shoes enables him to make a neat and com
I CHEAPER!! CHAPE8TIII
' and GAITERS.
Children's shoes, from 45 oentt te *1M.
Men's ealf-skln boots, fine hand-sewed, tor
I «C«t Ninth and Spruce. Repairing naat
I R. bTRAHAN.
lOO MARKET BTREET,
And Intends devoting his time to themann
rfr SHOE FOR ANY SHAPED I FOOT.
BBMBMBBE TH K PLACE,
I apl-3m 10# MARKET STREET.
I QHOICE TURKEY PRUNES,
7 cents per pound.
2 oans for 25 cents.
DIAMOND BRAND HAMS,
DIAMOND BRAND BACON,
MAPLE SUGAR, (genuine),
MAPLE SYRUP, (very fine),
J. P. ALLMOND.
Eighth and Market St.
UTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER!
Stalls Nos. 47,48 and 49 Third Street Mai.
Having made arrangements to receiv
regular snipments oi butter irom the West
he will constantly have at his stalls a Urrg
supply of Prime Print, Roll and Tub Butt*
at very low prices. roi5-«m
QRAIGE, JOHNSON A CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
I^ixthaMabkst STs.,WiiJnNOTOiv, Dxl
| NEW YORK AND PHILADEL. STOCKS
BOUGHT A SOLD ON COMMISSION.
I Every focUity afforded for peratms desir*
y. 1 lnv to deal ot invest in Btooks, Bonds or
stantly during tne day
SPRING AND BUMMER
MADE TO ORDER,
buxbaum & CO.,
No. II E. Fourth Street.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PIECE
nt flte, and flne'. works* any es*.
t the city. ' rn26-3ih.
PLUMBER GA3 AID STEA1
No. 204 E. SIXTH STREET.
IRON PIPE, bInks. bath
TUBS, BOILERS, CHANDE
de-1 m HB ODORLESS EXCAVATING COM
I x > *
c. I w^mnyo contents of privy wells without
4,^® I OFFENSE OR DESTRUCTION OF PROP
t ®»TY. S
j," 0 WEST TENTH STREET. _ „
417 1 «•«." mar22-8mou
the I »
of I T
MURDOCK'S ANTI-FREEZING HY
DRANT8 AND FULLER'S
Jobbing promptly attended to.
fe 28 -ly
HINDLE 4t OO.,
BANE BALL EMPORIUM
812 Market 8t„
H porting goods of ail kinds.
OHN F. BETZ,
PORTER, ALE, BROWN STOUT,
Brewer and dealer in
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS,
Callowhlll aid New Market Streets,
tloin t *I» W"?
) n* tc j
> u ]
91*19 •• !
<* it '«* lo 'ii
Of Delaware City
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 1876.*
Col. James B. Henry, President, Delaware
Rudolph Humphreys, Lumberman, Salis
John T. Long, Merchant. Frankfoni, Del.
George A. Jones Civil Engineer, George
D. W. Moore, Capitalist, Laurel, Del.
eol. J. B. Fcrd, Capitalist, Oondord. Del,
Wm. F. Sharp, Merchant, Harrington, Del.
EU HoUlster, Insurance, Delaware City.
H. Uhas^Ulraan, Prest. U. S. Law Asso. N.
Cant.Beirt Stokley, Farmer, Seaford, Del.
Reynear williams, Merchant, Milford. Del.
W. McCofley, Capitalist, MMford,
Hudson, Capitalist: St. Georges,
John M. Dale, Capitalist, Whalevvllle, Md.
D. J. Mlnich, Insurance, Seaford, Del.
Wm, Dyer, Merchant, Dover, Del.
James M. Sellers, R* R. Contractor
delphla, Pa. _
John M. Pomeroy, Editor, Chambersburj
R. W. Cannon, Merchant, Brtdgevtlle, De
wm. H. Murphy, Manufacturer, Farmlnt
. Maull, Mercbaut, Lewes, Del. _
1 . Myers, Insurance, Delaware Clt
JAMES ft. HENRY, Pres.
JAMES H. MYERS, Sec'y and Treas,
TTENRY a TURNER,
11 ATTORNEY at law
Exchange Building, Seventh and Market
Boom No. 8.
TXr ALTER CUMMINS,
'' ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Omen:—No. 512 King street, next doort
the Post office, WUmlngUn. Bel. aug2Mnu
iR. J. P. GRIFFITHS, ■ ■ ^ ^
' Late of Washington, D. C..
lias removed from No. 1013 Market street
to No, 810 Tatnall street,
And IS prepared to Treat all Acute as well
as Obronic Diseases In a scientific manner,
R. J. P. MALCOM,
No 303 Taylor Street.
828 West Street.
ock 23-1 y
tyR. Wales, has returned to his resl
dence Cor. Eighth and King Streets,
W. E. Williams,
Ninth and Market Streets
I DOE'S FOOD FOR INVALIDS.
Restores gray-mixed, red, light or faded
bead* of hair, beards or moustaches, to a
bean 11fUl brown .or black, In from or tc
tour applications. It is free from snlpnui
lead, acids, mercury, sliver, or anything in
furious to either hair or beanh
IT DOES NOT FADE OR BUB OFF.
Expressed to all parts on receipt of on*
dollar, er six bottles tor five dollars. At the
i liOJ ' O: I : "
White, Itchy sad SeMy Tetter ef the Scalp,
lu scalp gets llctol, le*d«» *n4 «W«red wttt
at white scales. Tl«7 fonn again as fast as
whitish mlntanos whan aqneased; affect both
ixec. -o*.-' ' - _
ption but that
the waist to
>g is removed,; no erupt
mndddag; wort* from
The slwre and all Mis Wirttoacurad by Dr.
Vah Dies, 1321 Green Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
CAtarrk.—A rtoeped-up feeling In the hejd,
lnoe«Mxit blowing of the dom, htwklfigind irtt
ting, dropping into the thront, and bod breath,
Da Van Dyke.
No. 1391 Often Street, Philadelphia.
J, E. TYGERT & Co.
Man facturers of
V , AND
, PURE GROUND
v j Also dealers In Per
1 tlllzing Materials of
offtcrB' !«*• Delaware Ave., Fbffia., Pa.
OFFICES. | Smyrna. Delaware.
S END 25c, T0 G, P. ROWELL A Oo.,Ne
York, tor Pamphlet of 100 pages, coi
talnlng lists of am newspapers, and eai
matoa showing ooat of advertising.
CIWTH 06 . V
IBlm'lJ f M [W*m * A lu kt.it,uu i :
L : J
• f.i j .dt
JUST ARRIVED AT THE
•yfif i - 'f<
No. 207 Market St.,
Now is the Time to Buy.
Lehigh Be/Uer the perfect system add rnleeof self-mMuranment
i about Oaf Hall, In make itnosslbfe to please people 2,000 miles
away Jdka^perfectly as if they were hem m
speaVem: nropose you have at least half a d'ozen
corner Is the Building ont" different departments?"
nf. " South-East corner offiScfA and A. " My dear sir I we have more than twenty,
Please note thi SIXTH; for sotae each charged with its own business, and ciufli ion
Oak Hall, have been misled thoroughly organlaed, a necessary wheel wit Id '
ons." in the great wheel.' .-yiln ot
V. •* will you name a dozen or so of them r
Its dimensions" A. "With pleasure. The Custom Depart
A. "12,000 square feet—08 on Market, and ment, for those Wpo prefer custom-made to
180 odd on Sixth, six stories high, has over ready-madm Ore Furnishing Department,
three acres qkfloariirf, and covers space once with its IflnMnse stock of all undemear, -i ,
occupied hympmlriim twenty different bnsi- The Shirt wrctofy, with its busy maohincs,
ness places. making our own first-class shirts. The Tnm
X . 1 Do you use steam-power?" ■ mlng Department, lteelf as big as many a regu
. " A giant young engine famishes power lar store. The Gsxhient Stock Room. The
for the freight and passenger elevators, and the Receiving Room. The Order Department,
boilers steam lor heating, and the other opera- named before. The Special Uniforms Depart
tions of the houue." ment. The Delivery Department, with its
Y. " What order do yon take with goods?" score of messengers. The— '
A. "They are first opezedahd arranged in V. "Hold, hold I sir, enough I'
the basement,on longl^w counters,and taken A. "I'm not hslf through! The Advertising'
thence on the ikflteh^elevator to the inspec- Department, with Its bilLand sign distributors,
tot's room on thdKlh floor." edftingandpubUshinaa business and popular,
V. " Is InspecUnPae first operation ?" Journal, circidS^ejRc, f 0,(»0 cobles moiit h y ,
A. "No, sir, measuring. The goods aw first (tell all your mWS^o send for it$ The MCti'ft
measured in the pleCe/then Inspected. The Department,wlnrtts Many rooms. TheBCya ; 1
cloth pashes over rollers in the face of a strong Department. The Youths Depaitmentr T he I
light, and two men sit, one before end one Children's Department, with its special aill
ilhind the goods, watching with foe eye of a entrancefor Jadiea. The Telcjnaph Depart- ,
lawk for the least pin-holeimperfectiou, and ment. The Chief Cerks bepsStment, with
marking every flaw, so that foe cutter may see its book-keepers and assistant*. Ocnm at *1 nn
and avSid it when be cornea to cut foe gar- ager'i Department;' Financiers Office, and
mints." other offices of the firn/ (ill busy as been .
V. " Yon must employ an onjfy of cutters?" thinking, planning, executing, buying, muk
K. " Come to our firth floor and gee 1 We ing, registering, recejwinf', sending out, selling,
keep 70 hands all foe tijGe ciKting up foe cloth and in a thousandw^lys joining their forces
into garments,—beside^H&D machines that do eo'corry on abuslncsswith the people amount-; j
a dozen men's work eS/aHa a stroke." ing to between #2,000,000 and *3,000,000 ah
V. "Do you meaufaoture all your own nually." , ...
goods?" V. e-t-n-p-e-n-d-o-u-s!"
A. "We do, end most oarefblly. Our ex- A. "Indeed it isi I forgot to name the
aminers inspect every stitch ana seam, and Cashier's Department, which bandies its #80,o<Wi
certify to every garment as extra-well made of retail sales on some single days r t e,.-i
before we put Wu folks# on- it, and become V. "223,0001 Immense I ihat'swhat enables
responsible for It. foe house to buy cheap and reiychbapt"
V. "Your system must save yon a great A. "Exactly! Yon haveJxst hit it The
deal ?" / people throng here, knwitm that we depend
A. "In every direction, air, .It is foil system on low^prices and imme^Tsales. ''
and economy we practice *11 foe war through, V. "What are the four p.uua Ipoar so
foot enables us to pnt our ptSaFewn to the much about?" .' '' ' ^
people oswedo." V A. "Oursystem bfbustness deallngn-l. One
V. "After inspecting foe work, what becomes price, no deviation; 2. Cash for everything8.
A guarantee protecting the purchaser: 4, i.lie
money returned it' the buyer can't otherwise
V. " Nothing could be fairer."
A. " Nothing. And the people see it."
V. " Weil, X thank you, sir, for your polite
A. " Not at all. It's a pleasure to sy. vn you.
Call again; and be sure of tlm plafe—Wnrta
makor & Brown's Oak Han*kiutn-East cor
\ by mall -ner Sixth and Market."
V. "Thank you I I shall be happy to do so.
Good morning.' 1
substance of a Abn
A. " Before it goes into Stock It Is ticketed.
Every single garment III its number and
other points noted on It, so that its entire his
tory can be traced without foil, upon our
V. " Yon must have 80 or 40 salesmen V
A. "Why sir, on busy days you maWse
in the various rooms and suites off rooms,
selling to foe throngs of customen."
V. "Do you do an order bumesl
A. "Very great. All over the country. Onr
SEEDS I SEEDS ! SEEDS t:
No. 3 West Third Street
- r. .1(0 nil
(Only one door from Market Street), Wilmington, Del.,
Will be found a full Hue of Drcei 's fresh and reliable
(fall kinds, having sold those seeds for ye trs, and opera) s with care, to dispose of no
QrthleMhSced. We Invite all to cubic and patronize this old house in He new quarters,
eftevlng we can do better than ever before. Come and get a UKiPPEN '
Mgn Red Front.
1 nov 10-Om
¥TILLANO v A COLLEGE,DK/LA\vaRF
Y ; COUNTY. PKNV.SYLVANIA.
This Insmimon, charleved with Unlver
site Privilege*, Is under the charge of the
August.lnlan Fathers, and offers superior
advantages to studenls.who desire to make
a thorough Classical, Scientific or Commer
cial course. ltls situated on the Pennsyl
vania Centrnl Railroad, eleven miles from
Philadelphia. Railroad Station and Post
Office on the College grounds.
Terms: Per session of flvq, months, (in
advance,) #160. ,
For full particular send for a Catalog: e,
Very Rev. T. G ALBREY
dec. 1-1 yr.
gT- JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
CHESTNUT HILL. PHILADELPHIA,
Under the care of the Sisters ot St, Joscpl
The course of Instruction Includes all tt
branches of a useful and Christian ertuct
Annual pension tor Board and Tultlo'
#200. For ftinlier particulars, address,
MOTHER MARY JOHN
J OB PRINTING NQATfcY EXECUTED
HERALD OFFICE, NO. 500 SHIPLEY BT.
3HFAF STEP LADDERS.
I have I- If' y Dozen band-made step lad
der.. which I will sell.at hnlfprlco. llouse
kemeis and others lieoding a good, light
article, should call and examine them.
Four feet ladders - -- -- -- -
Flee feet ladders - -- -- -- -
Six toet ladders - --.
The flnest and eheapestever sold In Wil
Also, one Carpenter's tool chest, cheap.
No. 815 Shipley Street.
Resilience, No. 80T W. sixth St. apVI-Bt
N otice.—the herald i« for bale
every mornlugfroui 0 o'clock at the fol
Ryans. 128 Market street.
Butlers, I'-'O Market Street.
Centennial News Store.IKU Market street.
McKclveys. Ninth and Market streets.
Britt's, 107 West F.lghth street.
Chase's, New Castle.
Price one cent.
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