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ho f -» democratic ticmtet. POR OOYKR^QB, JOHN W. HALL, OF KENT. FOR CONORKS8 .< EDWARD L. MARTIN, *T ,.H OF SUSSEX. } id rc'tn County Ticket, FOR SHERIFF, JOHN PYLE. FOR CORONER, JACOB BUTZ. City Ticket. ■ .1-,l.i) FOR MAYOR, JOHtf P. ALLMOND. ' " lev salved erf Trte HornUW Herald ht pnbUahed every mfittilng, (Sunday ex ptedlapd delivered In the city ot WU mlngtou and surrounding places for six oentsper Week,payable to carrieis MaR subscriptions, postage fiee, three dollars P * r GEe'o0BYBit* A CO, Publl hers. ■ ce NoriC® TO SUB 8 CRIBKB 8 .""Th 06 e of our sutwcribers who are indebted tothe MORN Herald, will oblige by an early re mittance. IN© wmm<4TWW,Pel..sept. 4,1»78. Antabtio research does'not keep pace, with the exploration ol the artic regions. But little progress has been made during the past quarter ol a century in the actual investigation of the conditions of the Ant artic regions. From information derived from all sources up to the present, it may he gathered that the unpentrated area of 4,700,000 square miles surrounding the South Pole is by no means a continuous continent, but consists much more probably partly of comparatively low continental land, and partly of a series of continental islands, bridged between and covered to a depth of about 1,400 feet by acontinous ice cap. As to the Artie region, the question whether it is possible that there can be at all times or at any time anything in th« form of an open Polar sea seems to be vir tvally settled,and in the most unsatisfac tory manner imaginable. From the ob servations of Count Wilezek in 1871, and Weyprecht and Payer in the following year, and from those of Dr. Hayes in 1861 and Captain Nares in 1875-76, it is evi dent that the Polar Basin is neither ope n nor continous ice, but a fatal compto mise between the two; and there seems now to be only-two plans, one nearly as hope less as the other, ts choose between in aiiy future attempt to reach the North Pole— either to establish permanent stations, as proposed by Lieutenant Weyprecht, and already iniated at one point by Captain Tysoa and Captain Howgate, and to seize the opportunity of running north in early autumn from the station where the sea ap, pears most open, or to run as far north a 9 possible, at enormous expense, with a great force of men, and abundance of provisions and kerosene oil, and push northward du* ring the Arctic winter, by a chain of com municating stations, with ice-built refuge As the season of autumn commences, the heat of the noon-day ie relieved by the coolness of the evening and night, and there is a strong temptation to sit out of doors, in. search of comfort. But the evening air is damp, and heavily laden with the con s densation of the vapor which the sun's heat envolved in the day time. The va pors are, for breathing, simply ''malaria,'' or unwholesome air; and it must be a high state of health which can breathe such air with impunity, while the body is in repose. The frame is exhausted with the work and heat of the day, and is, therefore, pecu liarly susceptible. Sit in doors, or under shelter, wa lk. Ths Sioux Commission reccommends the breaking up of the tribal relations of the Indians, which, if it could be peace sea ably effected, would doubtless simplify the government of the Indians, but a mor important suggestion is, that the United States should keep its promise* to them. There is bo question in the minds of hon est men tnat that ought to be done; and, although there are difficulties in the way of doing it, the purpose can be effected Congress will keep its hands off of the In terior Department as now administered Twelve ladies and two gentlemen of \Vashington and sixty-six veterans of the Soldier'* Home have volunteered to go and serve as nurses iH the fever-stricken cities of the South- This is heroism of the highest quality, and language is inade quate to exp:. .3 .he admiration which merits._ No bird Is actually on the wing. The Wings are on the bird. A man in Brooklyn beheaded a lpr|e o\Tuegdaj_ the Meration unti it ho ya. removed it flew aoroae the room when touched, and on being lifted by one wj»* would buzz and struggle to get flee. It most of the time in a passive condition, now and then going thMtogh'the motions of leaning its wings and feet. When a bald-headed man refleotg.qp the amount of'vitality in a decapitated flj 1 , be may well tremble tbe approach $ one withi|s headon.. V saw ri» >>![«:> morfw ' rem 55BSH556 frf'flO :a 5H England, having gobbled ' and established a lien upon Minor' finds her appetite increasedby what it hi* led on. Now sfce tglkd of W ghanistan by way of interposin'* AB tual check to the spread of Russian in A li- the passes of the -— . i ■ ' Bkitish Columbia wants permission to secede from the Dominion of Canada> but is not likely lo get it. Her recent ac- tion in attemptii g to legislate tne Chinese out of her tenitory, by levying a specia them, docs not indicate that she ence among tax upon well qualified to govern h.-rself. 18 The publio schools opened bn Monday morning. It is to be hoped that meati a will be found to accomodate_ all of tlo children seeking admission, and if any are excluded, they should not he those of per sons who are tod poor to pay Tor their edu cation at private schools. _ - . Mr. Wolf, of Washington, is acting wisely in taking due care to send to the South as nurses, persons who from lack of experience and acclimatioe, would only fnrhish additional food for the disease. a at n aiiy as and ap, a 9 du* the air con s sun's va high air and pecu under of The Bankrupt season is over, and the harvested. It must be admitted that one could trop the yield was as large as aDy possibly have desired. LITERATURE. be North American.— The September October number of the North American Review contains il ' llow.i ( articles: "Is the Reformer am .uiiger needed?" by George W. Julian; ''The Readjustment of Vocations, "by William T. Harris, LL. U.; "Torpedo Warfare," bv D. D. Porter, Ad miral U. S. Navy, "What is Inspiration?" a symposium, by Rev. F. H. Hedge, D. D., Rev. E. A. Washburn, D- D., Rev. Chauncey Giles,Rev. B. P. Newman, D. D., Most Rev. James Gibbons, D. D., Archbishop of Baltimore, and John Fiske; "Civil Service Reform," by John Jay, Chairman of the Commission on the New York Custom House; "Alfred de Musset," by T. S. Perry; "Kin Beyond Sea," by the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M. F.; "Contemporary Literature." Published at 551 Broadway, New York, and for8ale by booksellers and newsdealers PisNN Monthly. —The Penn Monthly for September will contain, in addition to The Month and Reviews of K'ew Books, the following important papers ■ "Henry Armitt Brown," by a distinguished mem ber of the Philadelphia Bar; ''The Johns Hopkins University," by Austin Bier bower, Esq.; the opening chapters of a learned and inlerestiog essay on "The Poetry of the Turkish Peoples," by the Countess D'lstria; On the Organization of Charity in Philadelphia, by the Rev. D. O Kellogg._ _ British Columbia wants permission to » e from the Dominion of Canada, but ; likely to get it. Her recent action in attempting to legislate the Chinese out of her territory, by levying a special tax upon them, does not indicate that she is well qualified to govern herself. II is The Best Quality of MEDICINES AT WXLLIAKS' The Most Reliabi.f. Proprietary Medicines, At Ninth and Market. Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES .,&c AT WILLIAMS' A fine assortment of IIAIR, TOOTH and NAIL BRUSHES, At Ninth and Market. A choice Imported Key west, Pride of Key West or Greuley Cigar, at williams' Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong and Pure, at Ninth and Market. AT WILLIAMS. Fine American and Imported Soaps, At Ninth aud Market. "Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPOANA CEOUH DEiNTRIFICE, AT WILLIAMS' Choice Goods, Accuracy in dispensing, and Reasonable Prices. WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE, may3 tf Corner NlDth and Jfarket. the mor e RAILROADS. them. hon and, way if In of the go the inade it The HILADELPHtA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE KAILROA Jane 10th 1878. Trains will leave Wilmington as lollows P tor Philadelphia and Intermediate stations, 6.40, 0 55, 8 10. 9 00. 9 47, 10 00, a. in. 2 30, 4.30, 7 20,9 40 p.m. Philadelphia ana New York, 2 09,5 44 am, 12 37, 12 40, 5 18 p m. Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 8 39 a in, Baltimore and Washington, 12 51, 1 18,8 39, am, 12 64.12 59,5.09, pm. Trains for Delaware Division leave for New Castle820, 930, am, l 05, 8 30 p.m. Harrington and Intermediate stations 9 30 a;a,lb6,8 30 pm. Delrnar and intermediate a. m. 105, p,m. stations, 9 30, SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and intermediate stations 8 10 a m.fi 00. 6 30 p m. Philadelphia and Jjlsw York, 2 09,8 44 a m. Baltimore an d Washington. 12 61,118 a m. For further Information passengers are referred to the time tables posted at the de pot. H.F KENNEY, Supt. JunO-ly % f •? OF] 4iUin)A^-Openjrcmo^^® ^ M.^ana ; :t * GTON, u to *F e; rritf*** y If all W1 mi R n rn South of Chadd's Ford;..,. 6.00 A. M. h Mall to Baltimore and lngton, and all points ^ ^ „ imori, Md.,„,. 8»15, " ThrOi om to way, Throi igmo 11 few? ThrOI 9.00 ___North and East.......... Peninsular Way Mall on Dela R. R. to CrlSfleld. Md«. 9.00 • Wt#MaUon Delaware Western . 10.00 aSelpbla fi poitrts to Thro .. New-Tfork, and and West,..<. gh Matl to Baltlmors and hlngton and all points h and Southwest.. 42.15, P.M. th ana Boutnwesi...12.15, lgh Mail to Philadelphia New York, and all points t and West. am .... 5.15 New HmVma, never, Tofnseud, - PetawaneiGity, i Goarges, and Wyomliig, SDel. gh Mall to Philadelphia New York, and all points North, East and West.«»—■ 9.15 Through Mall to Baltimore and Washlngten and all points Bouth and Bouth west,3 20 MAILS ARRIVE AND READY FOR DELIVERY. Way Mail from Wllmlng'on and Northern R. B, from Beadlug and points North.•••••• New York, Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington, and all parts of the country except Delaware and Eastern Bhore couotieslh Md....................... Peninsular Mali, North of Wy omlng Delaware. Philadelphia and New York, and all points North, East and West. 9 30, " Way Mail from Hitladelnhia.Pa 9.30, " Baltimore Way Mall, Western Shore, Md... ..•••>••• Baltimore, Washington aud all points South and Southwest.,.. 1.00, P. M. Philadelphia and New York and all points North, East aud West,..»'••*• ..1,00, * # Way Mall on Delaware Western R. R. ,."30, Way Mall from Crisfleld, Md., (Del. R. R.,«.- „ 5.00, Baltimore * Washington aud all ...6.15 " hi. o;oo i' Tur< an waft .. 5.45, A. M. .. 6.45, •• 9.30, 10.15 " points Bouth,... Philadelphia, New York, 'fid points North, East and West.... 0,15, The Letter Carrier* will make their de liveries as follows: 6.30 aud 10.15 a. m.. and 1-15 and 4.30, p. tn. Local Lettersfor Carriorn'delivery should be deposited In Post Office 10 minutes be fore the hour of delivery. a WM. M. PYLE, postmaster. Can the Truth Overtake a Me. Investigation disclose-, the tact that the lady reported in the Associated Press dis patches, about Aug 10i.li, to have died In Chicago after two weeks' use of some re puted remedv for corpulency, had not taken Allan's Anti-Fat- but had used a preparation put up by a legular physician in Luzerne, Pa Allan's Ant 1- Fat is man ufactured In Buffalo. N. Y., by the under signed. We have already sold over 100, 000 bottles of it. It has therefore been tak-n by thousands, and we challenge piu f t. «'titha8 ever harmed any body, unless the redaction of obese persons from 20 tr t0 pounds, leaving them healthy and stiong. Is considered a misfortune. Fur thermore, we hereby otter $5,i 00 reward for evidence showing that it contains pwft ous or Injurious Ingredients. Wealso offer 85,000 If we cannot prove that it has.reduced nurfiber of persons as stand herein, and always without ipjury., J1 is said a lie will outtravel the truth any time, but we trust that thoset newspaparstthat have misled the public by saying that physicians at tributed the lady's death to the use of Anti-fat (which Is only put up by us. t he term "Anil-Fat', being our trade mark), will correct the false Impression they have conveyed, bv publishing this refutation BOTANIC MEDICINE CO., Buffalo, N. Y. on Anti-Fat Chemically Examined. The analytical chemist. W. B. Drake, of Buffalo, N. Y., recently analyzed Allan's Anti-Fat, and gave the following : CERTIFICATE. I have subjected Allan s Anti-Fat to chemical analysis, examined the process of its manufacture and can truly say that the Ingredients of which it is compos, d are entirely vegetable, and cannot but act favorably upon the system, audit is well calculated to attain tne object of which it is lnteded. Bold by druggists. W. B. DRAKE, Chemist. I.ACUII AND GROW FAT.' This ancent bit of advice Is well enough for " spare" people, but how shout thoue that are already too fat? What is lo become of them 7 < still aud I'll tell yon. After many experiments, extending through months ol patient investigation aud toil the celebrated ant-alyllcal chemist, J. C. AllSn, has perfected and given to the world Anil-Fat. Tims far In several hundred cases this great remedy has never failed to reduce a corpulent person (rom three to six pounds per week. It is perfectly harm less and positively efficient. Bold by drug gists. a; FAT PIOPI.E'S HIHFORTUNE8. Borne of ths savage tribes enter their dwellings through a no'.e 1n the roof and when a person becomes so fat that he can not get In, be Is regarded as an outlaw. Had this system been adoDted in the United Btniis. the "out-laws" could not have made a more active demand jfor Al* Ian's Anti-Fat than now exists. Hundreds who had live l In constant fear of sudden death have, by Its use, been reduced to a comforlab'e living weight. The Anil-Fat Is purely vegetable ami perfectly harm less. Hold by all druggists. BIS OCCUPATION WON tL Had the Arkansa : "doctor" that "tappedt .he fat a, an, thinklug he had dropsy, bu, finding ) o water pionouucel it ' dry drop sy," lived to-day. Id would, like Othello' find "hi.-, occupation gone, for Allens Anil Fat, ft purely vegetable remedy, safely, but positlv el v, reduces corpulency at trom 3 to 6 pounds per week. Bold by all drug 30, 39 39, 30 To Shipbuilders and Lumbermen 30, For SiLiC: A large body of timber ol original growth in Northern Virginia,near river landing; In market now lor first time, water-power of large mill.pond on place, leased if desired. Price $0,000. oi mill site and 309 acres of timber for $8,000 Good chance for a man who knows any thing about timber or milling, and has some capital. For particulars, address OHAB C. WIGHT, 51 Harlem Avenue, Bal timore. m. m. are de "wifc;o0op»c8 -4 ' x words qaughto mciug Ah rough strated/' and 1 lithe hOBtte of i" rwooi re as we ie wortl d to ey long for a trip where*we should stop, we took our start from the good city of Louisville, Ky., and Sa'Bs^btesaS thr^MhjlMw&r t m 118 at ey fbe^lepths of the p tne fores tsof Wisconsin, and so on toW.Pau}nad mtnne«wMs.^tayr lug our tickets we started, and lett Urn Cafial And Klnzte streets depot ot the Chicago sod North Western. Railway,:^ and passed through many pleasant vUiiages, such as Irving. Park, DespJ*ine%- BMttBjaob, Cyis tal Lake, aod Woodstock, and readied Harvard, thence to Beloit, Hanover and MadiSon, where we are 140 Jjnlles Iron) Chi' cago, and at the capital of wiwsoiislc^ a City of over fifteen thousand people. ■ 1110 city Is pleasantly situated on anuttu mus About three-fourth of a mile wide, be tween Lakes'Mendota and Monona, in the centre of a broad valley, surrounded- by helghtSlrbm which It can be seen at a dis tance of several miles. Lake MendotftTies northwest of the town, Is six miles long and lour miles wide, with clean, gravelly shores, and a depili sufficient for the navi gation of steamboats. Lake Monona 18 somewhat smaller. , 170 miles from Chicago, and 34 miles from Madlaoo, we reached thecelehmed Devil's Lake, 'Jhls 1 k a beautiful body or water, surrounded by prec pltous inouii talus, on every gifle. except at two points, Oh* being at the southern cud. where the rallrotd finds exit from the basin of the lake: 1 On every side of the lake you See "rock piled on rock" in every conceivable iorm, and . in Immense columns, plH«rs ( plies and masses of very great magnitude and Height. The ral'road runs along the shore of the lake on a bed that was literally blasted out of the sides of the mountain, From the car windows all the beauties ol this wonderful and wlerdly mysterious re gion can readily be seen. This was the home of Mtnuawaukene, a beuatiful but unfortunate Indian maiden, and many le gends are related of her by the simple hearted and kindly people ot the vicinity. This lake l.i a favorite summer resort, and to It the people for many mbis around come for pionictng, sailing, boating, fish ing and many other sports At Bartmo you reach the Rarboo river, and from thei ce pass ulong its valleys for many miles. . . At Klroy you are 212 miUs from Chicago, and at the southern terraiius of the West Wisconsin road, and soon reach the great pine woodB. which have rendered Wise m sln celebrated the world over. Into the heart of the pine lumber region you speed, passing through Black River Pal's, Hum bird, Augusta, Eau Clair, Menomonee, and other noted lumber towns, and hually cross the 8t. Croix river at Hudson. This river is the divid'ng line between Wiscon sin and Minnesota. A few miles beyond, you reach a branch toStillwater, aflourikli lng town on the St. Croix river. A fifteen mile ride brings you to HU Paul, and here you rest, or pu-h on eleven miles further, to the active, bustling cities of Mlnueapo^ ils and sst Anthony. At Bt. Paul you can make close connec tions, via the Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad, for Doluth, Mo.irehead, Bismark, and other points on the line ot the great Northern Pacific Railroad, and also wish the Bt. Paul and Pactlc Railway, for Bfck enridgt, roil Gary and points lnManito , At On the line we have hastily sketched, you have a variety of sceuery^-tlio quiet, beau tiful prairie country of Northeastern Illin ois; the rolling (arming country of Southern Wisconsin; the wildly romantic mountain scenery o. the Devil's Lake couulry; the breezy, odorous ' piuey woo.ds," wi h tbeir busy mills, active towns and numerous logging camps, and the charming river country of the St. Croix valley. A [greater diversity of couutry cannot be found any where in a Journey of the'same lengtn, You will find comfortable, cltauly ami commodious dining stations aud hotel3 along tne llne.at which ample time lsglven for all meals. One management conlrols theroute.and Pullbian Palace Ble-pers ran through to St Paul and for Minneapolis. It will be seen that this line runs nearly due north west from Chicas.o 10 St. Paul,and Is bqt a lew miles longer thin an airline, aud R is the shortest practical route over which a railroad line can be built between these points. This assures the passenger the quickest time that can be made. No ot.liei route Is now or can be mode ss direct. We aie now selt'rd down by a quiet brook, where w6 dally pull from the "vasty deep" the speckna beauties we have lieardso much about.—Cornier. Aug 13—lw. SUMMER RESORTS. UIEDOtlGMO IIOII8L'. RFHOBETH CITY. HUS-EX COUNTY DELAWARE WlUbeopened on the 20lh of June- Terms to suit the .lines, r-piendid Bathing, (lam ing and Fishing. Jel3-4w OF.A SHOE. BOARD, 87,00 TO 810,03 A WEEK AT STOCKTON COTTAGE SKA GROVE A CAPE MAY POINT,N. .1. Delightfully locaied on tu« beach; 30 rooms special rales lor lamilie*. nheapand dal ly communication belween Wilmington and Sea Grove by steamboat. EM1I..Y OONYRRS 1 RUNY'ON TOURS. Ji TMjJtJX'Ti(' HO I EL, OCEAN CITY, MD. Largest and Most Com modious Hotel. Directly on the Burt. Magnfleent view of the ocean from every bed room window. All the delicacies. Fr:sli UnU. soit crabs, terrapin, and seaside oysters Terms, $2.50 per day. Two Trains dally (rom Wilmington di rectly through. Bend for Descriptive Circular. JOAN TRACY, Proprietor lylS-lra AMUSEMENTS. NTKRNA'I IONAL EXHIBITION. Centennial Grounds, Flilladelpbia. I :} V A K I> Sl'ECIA I. DURING THE BUMMER VACATION. and until September 1st., the Managers have decided to induce tne rale of admission as follows: 3 15 cents. . 5 " In order to give the citizens and especially the clii-dreuof Philadelphia, who cannot leave the city during the warm weather ail opportunity of enjoying the many attrac tions of the exhibition. EXCURSIONS, SC WOOLS, AND l'lo-Nio Parties will be furnished with cool rooms and ta ble accommodations for lunching, —EXHIBITS— Of every description with Machinery In Motion, together with new Musical and other attractive features dally, Including Northcott, the gieat cornet player, ant. Mr. -J'hko. C. Knadff, thecelebrated organ ist who will perform evey afternoon. Jy.28-lm ADULTS . CHILDREN . 1 TW^t ■■- ■ r*" • •"? — / ae . I wTi ■ If I fJtX *rJ Bill 1/ 5 w sr H fc* u* CI> t •*> 0.2 Prices lot* r. a per week, li 8 lbs daily, 35 I ;16 1 ■ " 80 5 lbs. daily, 50 cents, per week. 12 " " 65 " " H cen « 1.10 25 it .. (t it 20 95 30 ibs. and oyer, 60 centi^ per 100 SPECIAL RATES TO BUTCHER^ ICE LOONS, hoie: IRE AM MAKERS, STOUT, SA J. B. CONROW i& SON. Proprietors. Main Office, No. i2 East, Second Street. 4 -r Damaged by Fire and Water. THE LARGE STOCK OF y H Anil Men's Furnishing Goods, damaged by fire and water, at the NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUS , 221 MARKET Street, 1 Is now open and ready to sell. This stock consists of J h ® lug line, from the finest suits to wor king suits, abd to ro®™upriUee This Man now beingmannfactured, we shall close thlsstock at an Immense saert c opportunity to bay clothing at prices that may uSver occur again. New York Clothing House, No. 221 Market street, tiAWARE. Skt. Proprietor WILMINGTON, DJ SAM'LOOHE EDUCATIONAL ±r: ~w ... CSJ> cAD A reopens September 2nd, Jor the 37ib term.' For information, write orcall in busiijeas hours from 8 to ft a. m or 4 to 6 p. m OI1EL ISMITI' I K. 25,40.50.75and 1 0iner week for a thor ough education, at the MODEL INSTITUTE. Ase'ect Prim'rv, Middle and Penior school for both sexes,taught on a new ana original plan. The handsomest school-, room in the city, office horrs from 9 to 12 a. m,2 to4 and,7.30 to 3.30 p. m. Vecal njusi j taught free. Boohs free. JaMKS H.CRAI'.B, Pilnctpal. Office No. 2. Bavjile Building, M llo F.SI.I.VAN n u Md ( 01X11 I*, W WiLMISGTON. DEL\WARE. Atthe ope itng of the fail Hrm, MUN DVY.Sept. 9ili 1878, theie will be a N-KVY 'Prosldeni, NEW rumiture N- 'W i«Ta |rs throughout the bnllUiDg. NEW pianos, the modern convonlenres NEWLY IntEodoeeii to add to the com ort of the yoump ladiei; both In the pub 1c and. pflvaio looms null all this at the OLD prices. For catolngues address the President. REV. J. M. WJLLl VMS, A M, Jyl6 8w RE-OPENING OF F. BECHER'S MUSIC SCHOOL, No. 921 MARKET STREET, YVILMTNGTON DEL., SEPTEMBER Dllrl Beginuerson Piauo or Vlo 88 , 0 ) $10 to 812 sept-1-1W Terms; lln, per quarter, (3 rnon'hs.) Advanced ffchdlars, W1NEH AND LIQUORS. J UnT RECEIVED AND FOR BALE IN LOTS TO BUI l. -HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER. -CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS. - do CLARET WINE. -do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY. FRANCIS UEI.I.T * (O, 103 MARKET HI HEIST. 1yl7-tf as JOHN F. BETZ. Gaul's Brewery In , PORTER, ALE, BROWN STOUT Brewer and Dealer in BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS CALLOW HILL AND NEW MARKET ST. Philadel urn. KDU CATION. T*! BEVERLY. i5eW JERSEY, Established 1867. English aud French Home School for Youug ladles. Varied adv» L. tag* of the highest order. Numbei 01 pu nlTslimited. Fan term be k lns Bept IHII ( For (circular, affilrcss Miss. R. U. Hunt* Priri ipal. gtT| JOBEi IPS ACADEMY. CHJ5JTNDT HILL. PHILADELPHIA, Under the osure or the Bister* pi Bt, J-v .pit The course of. istrnctlon Inoludes al to* oranehesof a use ul and Christian o* lav llo nual pension for Hoard nd Tuition further partlou tars, address, MOTHER MARY JOHN. Sm P'or so*-IF .ANDYWINE aEMJNABY. B INSTITUTE BUILDING,; j EIGHTH AND MARKET ST A, Opens MONDAY. SEPTEMBER ». 187*., A ! 1 * limited number of Boarding Pupils, taken bt *200 per annum. Circulars can be bad of C. F: Thomas & Co„ or by app 1 (Satton to. W-B. McNAIR, Ptlhclpal: atJglo-tf c ft G Vy 'AW I •A FOR BOYS. DfSamlAV; Murphy AM. j r) i. t j Fall term wi'l commence on MONDA Y SEPTEMBER »»«, i analogues eau be talntdat C. F. j bomns 4 cm, No. y 1 '" kej. BlreeL J yu ' u 125 WHEAT AND IN CON I ItOL rjiHK A II1.1. CHEAP JOHN, driving everything In the shat em op position to the D-s. I- or goods at the Is RIGHT PRICES! Don't fall to call on JOHN, No, 8 East Fourth street, Wilmington, Dei, AUCTION BAI.es called througliout tiia .aai-8m couutry at lowest rates, can make money faster at work lor us than at anything else, capital not re quired; we will start you; home made by the industrious women, boys and girls wanted per day i<> werkfor us; Now is the time. Men tea outfit and terms free. 'Address TRUk «-(»> Augusta, Maine, . 0 men.