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FOB SHERIFF,
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TOR CORONER,
JACOB BUTZ.
Tke MaralBK Herald
»lUhed every morning, (Sunday ex
S) and delivered In the city at Wit
ton and surrounding places tor six
is ner week, payable to carriers. Mali
fotiSerlptlons. postage fiee, three dollars
Co., Publl'hers.
No 609 fehlpley street,
Wllmlngtoy Del.
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sutwenbers who are indebted to the morn
im Herald, will oblige by an early re
mitunce.
near
MUll«toa, BsLtoptMtlM*
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The survey of the river Amazon and its
tribntaries, which is now being prosecuted
.—. by Commander Selfridge—so well known
through hie surveys for a ship canal aero*
the Isthmus of Tehuantepec—has been un
dertaken at the right time, and cannot fail
to prove of advantage to us in our com
mercial intercourse with Brazil. The
construction of the Madeira and Mamore
railroad, for which Brazil has given the
contract to the Messrs. Collins, of Phila
delphia, will be a further aid to the exten.
.ion of our trade not onlv with Brazil, but
with Bolivia also. Heretofore the navi
gation of the upper waters of the Amazon,
especially of its chief tributaries, has
rendered difficult from the want of
trustworthy charts, as well as of proper
, j buoys and lighthouses, while adventurous
traders were further harraesed and pot
under restrictions by the shipping laws of
Brazil. These things, it is hoped and be
lieved, will now he remedied, and that by
the adoption of a more enlightened policy
the great navigable waters of that empire
will be thrown open to American com
merce nndfr condition that will give us a
lair proportion of that trade which is now
largely monopolized by European mer
chants . _
MkhFmkt Ali Pacha, who was sent to
pacify Albania, has been zflledjhewa.
mobbed at Yacova, a town sixty-seven
ttilee northeast of Scutari. He lied from
the place gnd took refuge in a shed, but
Waa pursued by the Albanians, who called
upon him to organize an attack against the
Austrians. . Upon refusing to comply with
jhis demand Mehemet Ali and twenty of
hi* suite were assassinated. This assassi
nation, if committed because he refused to
bad Albanian forces against the Austrians,
may force the Turkish Government to a
more active nse of its powers in putting
an end to the resistance to its subject* to
Austrian occupancy of Bosnia. Mehemet
1 Ali haa held high offices under the Porte
. (although he was a German by birth) and
represented Turkey at the Berlin Congress.,
The government cannot do less than pun
ish hia asrasins, the enemies of Austria
> without declaring itself ia sympathy with
their purposes.
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Among the rougher portion ot the Eng
lish lower claasci wife-beating is a rather
common offense, and the magistrates have
grown so familiar with it, that many of
them have apparently regarded it as of
rather a venial character and have been in
the habit of punishing it by a moderate
fine or a few weeks imprisonment. Of late
yean, however, the press has done a good
deal to inculcate a less tolerant sentiment
towards so barbarous a practice, and the
tendency now is to treat the crime less le
niently. In a recent case at Leicester the
offender, one Wm. Barrow, who in g
drunken fit: had 'assaulted hi* wife in he r
alok bed, cutting and severely wounding
her, wes eenteaced to nine years' penaj
servitude.
ui
' People in the suburban districts who
have regard for their health will at once
proceed to cat away all the rank vegetation
In their respective vicinities. The James
•-It' town weed is specially lnxriant this sea*
am, arid although it has uses in medicine
it cannot fail to produce results injurious
to health if allowed to decay in a natural
mV
... accounts from the yellow fever
citiep show that the pestilence is^
It anything, m .' 1,0 increase- it New Oi
feant and Memphis the situation is very
had, and thare i* rib indication of a change
for the better.
■ID-.
Moms than ever dots the greatness of
this country of ours Impress itself upon the
minds of thinking men. On every side
ices q S the
»urces t gnd
there are unmistakable eviqi
immenatj of nsgfipel_j|
hence a spirit of cheerful confi
be inspired. Apart from the faot that,
pestilence is raging with fearful violence in
one section of the country, there is nothing
else apparent eft this time that should
discomfort. Crops have been boun
tiful to an extraordinary degree; thegen
ertl health ofthA^fJkM been and is
good, trade is importing, our exports large
ly exceeds«ur imports; with ,?, fair pros
pect that the balance, in, t>W favor wilh! ^
the next twelvemonth will beat ill greater
Let us all take heart.
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The Rev. H. H. Hayden, of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church, has been arrested
at Madison*,Coon-, charged wife the mur
4erof MW Sfcnnard, a young woman,
Who was ioond dead on Tuesday afternoon
with her throat ,on^,her« *k»U beaten in
and her face braised, and'Who is said to
have been on intimate wWlpns with the
accused. He iitoduwte « hearing to-day,
When his friends fcffim ie wiU prove
aUbi. The same night (Tuesday,) the
body of a woman who h*d taten outraged
and drowned was found in MUdam basin >
Brooklite, a suburb of Boston, and
haft since oeen identified as that of Mrs.
Annie Curtis, alias Ryan, a widow, and bv
occupation a cook- No arrest has been
made by the police.
Mr, Robert Bonnee, editor ofthe New
York Ledger, has addressed a neat' little
note to the New, York Herald' Jhanklng
the newspapers for nominating; him as the
next Mayor of New York,
the honor in the following Un^uage : "I
feel it to be my duty to state, before the
matter goesany further, that fof reasons
of a strictly personal.'character, ; even if f
were sure of being elected, 1 should feel
bound peremptorily to decline being a
candidate for mayoiality.
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When President '.Hayes wanders from
this statistics his trines berime very
He cannot tun.. as good a speech
prosy,
as General Grant.
PEN AND SCISSORS.
The Baltimore carriage trade continues
dull.
Archery has got a foothold among the St.
Louts young men.
in
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n
the
MBS. SNIBBS AT LONG BRANCH.
Stch sights as I see down at Long Branch;
Why, Sarah, your blood would run cold
To see how our darters are acting ;
And to see men so naughty and bold.
Why, them gals went Into the water,
A wearing a suit so tight
That, Sarah, it seemed to me sartln
I never did see slch a sight..
There was Mrs. Fitzslmmon's Nelly.
John eays she's got excellent taste,
Bat I vow.Bhe Went In a bathing—
AM a man had hie artti around her waist!
And they splashed and kicked In the water,
You couldn't tell one from the tottaar ;
All I've got to say to that gal
It, 'tls lucky that I alot her mother.
—Boston Post.
1100
20
Quality of MEDICINES
AT WlLt-rAWS'
The Most Reliable Pboprietary
Medicines,
The Best
Market
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOCFNE8 .,'&c
at williams'
A fine assortment of HAIR, 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, ,, 1
at Ninth and Market.
at williams.
Fine American and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
''Get the Best" WILLIAMS'SAPOANA
CEOUS DENTRIFICE,
..-/ .I AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goode, Accuracy In dispensing, and
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
mayS tf
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Corner Ninth and .Market.
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AMUSEMENTS.
I NTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.
Centennial Grounds, Philadelphia.
{SPECIAL CABD.j.
DURJNG THE BUMMER VACATION,
and until September 1st, the Managers have
decided to reduce the rate of admission as
follows:
ADULTS . .
CHILDREN . ;
In order to give the citizens and especially
the children of Philadelphia, Who cannot
leave the otty during the warm weather an
opportunity of enjoying the many attrac
tions of. the oxhi hi tlon.
EXCURSIONS, SCHOOLS, AND
pic-nic parties
will be furnished with cool roomB and ta
ble accommodations for lunching.
—EXHIBITS—
15 cents.
. 6
who
once
James
sea*
natural
Of every description with Machinery In
Motion, together with new Musical and
other attractive features dally, Including
Northcott, tbe gieat cornet player, aad
Mr.THEO. C. KriATTFB, thecelebrated organ
ist who will perform evey afternoon.
jy-28-lm
Enterprise and Wiliam
Penn Coal
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very
change
JOEJjl VMHED IN JOVE CELL AS.
WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO.
PONDER aTtOWNSEND,
it OOl' OF FOURTH STREET,
JWUp town office, No. 3 AUmond'e
Building. maylO-tf
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POST
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Office open from 6.45 A# M*, to 6.SO P#
If.' x \ f S L'-i'
Private Boxea accessible until 10
CLOSE.
v iis&rmsssif'4,
points on the Baltimore Cent'l
fi! R. South of Chadd's Ford;. ,. 6.00 A. M.
Through Mall.tu Baltimore and
Washington, and all points „
Houftb,
fSSSt'wliH**.
Philadelphia, Pa.«... 9.00, "
Through Mall to N. Y. and other
points »d*»h and Bast,.........
Peninsular WavMalL on Dels
ware R. B, to Orisflctd, Md 9.00
Way Mall ou Delaware Western
Tbrough Maii to" Phiiadelphia
and New York, and all points
Through Mxtlto Baltimore and
■Washington and all points
South and Southwest .—.•••••• ■
Through Mall to Philadelphia
mvtvsezsijzz
New Castle. Middletown,
Smyrna, Dover, Clayton,
Townsend, Delaware City, St
' Georges, and Wyoming, Del ....
Ttnoogh Mall to Philadelphia
-ana New York, and all points
North, Bast and West..~ 9.15
Through Mall to Baltimore and
Washington and all points
South and Southwest,.
<o
!
9.00
•*
,. 10.00
12.15, P.M.
East
12.15.
. 5.15
6,00 V
9.20
MAILS ARRIVE AND READY FOR
DELIVERY.
Way Mail rrom Wilmington and
Northern R. K. from Keadiug
and points North,..™.- ..••—••••
New York. Philadelphia, Balil
more, Washlsgton, and all
parts of the country except
nnd WoBtnm fthfllVA i.U 2 1 I
6.45. "
5.45, A, M.
Delaware and Eastern Shore
<fbutitles In Md......
Peninsulas Mall, North of Wy-.^ ^ .
omtntc Delaware
ora'ug Delaware..:..-. 9.30,
Philadelphia and New York,
and all points North, East and
West... 9 80,
Way Mall from Philadelphia,Pa 9.30, 44
Baltimore Way Mall, Western
Shore, Md_...
Baltimore, Washington and all
nolots South and Southwest... 1.00, P. M.
Philadelphia and New York and
all points North, East and
West~....... >,«>. '■
Way Mail on Delaware Western
r. r. ___-.
Way Mall from Orlsfleld, Md., .
(Del. R. R..«... 5.00,
Baltimore A Washington and all
points South,-...—.' 8.15
Philadelphia, New York, end
points North, East and Weat,... 8,15, "
The Letter Carriers will make their de
liveries as follows: 6.80 aud 10.15 a. m„
and 1-15 and 4.80, p. m.
Local Letterstor Carriers' delivery should
be deposited In Post Office 10 minutes be
fore the hour of delivery.
10.15
3.30,
Witt. M. PYLE,
POSTMASTER.
Can ttae Troth Overtake a Lie.
Investigation disclose* the fact that the
lady reperted in the Associated Press dis
patches, about Aug 10th, to have died In
Chioage after two weeks' use of some re
puted remedy tor corpulency, had not
taken Allan's Anti-Fat- but had used a
preparation put Up by a regular physician
in Luzerne,-Pa Allan's Anti-Fat is man
ufactured In Buffalo. N. Y., by the under
sold over 100,
therefore been
tak-o !>•• thousands, and we challenge
proof t',at It has ev«r harmed any body,
tli« reduction of obese persons
pounds, leaving them healthy
stiong. 1 b considered a misfortune. Fur
thermore, rye hereby ofier 85,' 00 reward tor
evideuce showing that It contains poison
ous or injurious Ingredients. We also offer
$5*000 If we cannot provethat It hasjeduced
n amber of persons as slated herein. #id
always without injury. 11 Is said a lie will
ouUravel the truth auy lime, but we trust
that those: newspap'rs^that have misled
the public by saying that physicians at
tributed the lady's death to the use of
Autl-fat (which is only put up by us, the
term "Anil-Fat', being our trade-mark),
will correct the false lmpre*Blon they
conveyed, by publishing this refutation',
Botanic medic tNE co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
signed. We have already
1100 hot 4 les of It. It has
frun
and
unless
20 tr eO
have
WELCOME TO WESLEYAN.
The undersigned resident trustees of
Wesleyan Female College, hereby extend a
cordial invitation to the friends of the In
stitution to visit the same on Saturday,
September 7th, from 1% to 9^ o'clock, and
Inspect the buildings, furniture and new
arrangements, which have been made for
the convenience and comfort of the stu
dents.
We o»n assure all who will call, that
they will meet with a cordial welcome
from the President and Faculty.
It Is especially desired that all who have
daughters to educate, should visit the In
stitution aad see for themselves,
signed,
C. F. Sheppard, J. B Quigg. L. F. Biddle,
D. M. BatesrJ.H. Caldwell.G. W. Sparks
and Wm. Bright.
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
ehemioal analysis, examined tbe process
of Its manufacture and can truty say that
the Ingredients of which It Is compos, d are
ehtlrely vegetable, and cannot but act
favorably upon the Rystem, and It Is well
calculated to attain the object of which It
Is lnteded.
Bold by druggists.
W. B. DRAKE, Chemist.
FAT PEOPLE'S MISFORTUNES.
Some ofthe savage tribes enter their
dwellings through a hole In 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 States, the "out-laws" could not
have made a more active demand - for Al
lan's Anti-Fat than now exists. Hundreds
who had lived In constant fear of sudden
death have, by Its use. been, reduced to a
comfortab e living weight. 'J'he Anti-Fat
is purely vegetable and perfectly harm
less. Bold by all druggists.
HIM OCCUPATION HONE.
Had the Arkansai "doctor" that "tappedt
.he fat man, thtnktug he had dropsy, bu,
finding no water pionounoeil it 4 dry drop
sy,',' lived to-day, he would, like Othello'
find "ill* occupation gone, for Allens Anti
Fat. a purely vegetable remedy, safely, but
R oslttvelr, reduces corpulency at from 3
5 6 pounds per week. Sold by all drug
TJ lXCt rT'business you can engage in,
JOLiOX $5 to $20 per day made by any
worker of either sex, right it their ownlo
lalltles.Particulars andsamples worth $6
free. Improve your spare time tor the
business..Address srrasox alCo, Portland
Maine
"THE ODOROCIFINEY WOODS."
• "'''out eye as we wef -.
[h "The North arid
they caused us to
Utrlwto the.*ome pf the "pln«r
"Wit, lout much thought as to
SS&§®?0
found out one route that could give ub
what we were looking lor, and found that
* Paul A Minne
ough prairie and
Ad valleys, a lon g
great lakes and streams, and Anally Into
the dentinoi the pine forests of Wisconsin,
ana won rostTaul and Minneapolis. Buy
ing ©urtlekets we started, and left theCanal
and Klnzie streets depot 01 the Chicago and
These
ea
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lazily g
West 111
iongjei
woods."
ted,
v Qb
that
to be the new
apolls Line,
tal Lake, a»a woousiock, nm,™
Harvard, thence to Beloit, Hanover and
Madison, where we are 140 miles from Chl>
[atithe capital of Wisconsin, a
yaf. fifteen thousand people,
y •ft-pleasantiv-sitfiated on an Isth
mus about three-fourth of a mile wide, be
tween Bakes Mendota and Monona, in the
centr e of a broad valley, sn nuuded by
which It can be seen at a dls
_e» orsevenal miles. J-ake Meudota lies
northwest of the town, Is six miles long
and four miles wide, with clean, gravelly
shores, and a depth sufficient foar the navi
gation of steamboats. Lake Monona Is
somewhat smaller.
At 176 miles from Chicago, and 8s miles
from Madison, we reached the celebrated
Devil's Lake, This IS a beautiful body of
water, surrounded by pre iipltous moun
tains on every side, except at two points,
on« being at the southern end. where the
railroad finds exit from the basin of the
lake. On every side of the lake yr u see
"rock piled ou rock" In every conceivable
form, and In Immense columns, vlllars,
pU»s and masses of very great magnitude
and height. The rai'road runs along the
shore ofthe lake on a bed that Was literally
blasted out of the sides of the mountain.
From the car windows all the beauties ol
thiswonderfbland wierdljf mysterous re
S lon can readl'y be Seen. Tuts was the
ome Of Mtnnawanksne, a beuaUffil hut
unfortunate Indian mnlder, and many le
gends are related of her by the simple
hearted and kindly people ol the vicinity.
This lake iJ a favorite summer resort, aDd
to It the poop I e for many ml'ts around
come for plonIcing, sailDg, boating, fish
ing and piany other sports
At Barboo yon reach the
and from ther ce pass along Its valleys for
many miles. _
At Elroy you are 212 milss from Chicago,
snd at the southe n term! • us of the West
Wisoonsln road, and soon reach the great
plue woods. wli|ch have rendered Wise >r
s to celebrated the world over. Into the
heart of the pine lumber region you speed,
lassing through Black River Fal's, Hum
nrd, Augusta. Eau Clair, Menomonee,atwl
other noted lumber towns, and finally
cross the Bt. Croix river at Hudson. This
river Is the dlvld'ng line between Wiscon
sin and Minnesota. A few miles beyond,
you reach a branch toStlllwater, aflourish
! ng town on the St Croix river. A fifteen
mile ride brings yon toBt. Paul, and here
you rest, or pm h on eleven miles further*
in the active, bustling cities of Minneapo
lis and St Anthony.
At Bt. Paul you can make close connec
tions* via Ihe Lake Superior <Sc Mississippi
Railroad,for Dolutb, Moorehead, Btsmark,
and other, points ou the Hue ot the great
Northern Pacific Railroad, and also with
the Bt: Paul and Pacflc 'Railway, for Beck
eondge, you Gary and points in Mantto
o.ft
oltj
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Barboo river.
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to
ali
bft.
the line we have hastily sketched, you
have a variety of scenery,—t he quiet, beau
tlftil prairie country of Northeastern Illin
ois; tne rolling larmlDg country of Southern
Wisconsin; the wildly romantic mountain
scenery ot the Devil's Lakn country; the
breez*, odorous ' plney woods," wl h their
mtllB, active towns aud numerous
g camps, and tb'e charming river
country ofthe St. Croix valley. A (greater
diversity of country cannot be found any
where in a Journey of the same lengtn,
You will find comfortable. cUanly and
commodious d.nlng stations and hotels
along tne line,at which ample time Isgiveu
for all meals.
One management controls the route,and
Pullman Palace Hie pers run thr<u-.h to
St Paul and f»r Minneapolis. It will be
sejn that this line runs nearly flue north
west from Chicago to St- Paul,aud Is but
a tew miles longer lit,n an airline, and H
is the shortest praelhal toute over which a
railroad line can be built between these
points. This assures the passenger the
qnieaest time that cat) be made No other
route Is now or can t.e made as direct.
Wo are now settled down by a quiet
brook. where we daily pull from the "vasty
deep** the specknd beauties we have
heard so much about, —Courier.
On
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41 LAUGH AND GROW FAT."
Thlsancent bit of adviee Is well enough
toT "spare" people, but how shout those
thatarealready toofu? What Is 10 become
of them 7 Bttrstlll and VWfell you. After
many experiments, e*tend.ng through
months of patient investigation and toll
the celebrated anoalj-tlral chemist, J. C.
Allan, hasp-rfeoted and given to th* world
Anti-Fat. Thus far In several hundred
cases thiB great remedy has never failed to
reduce a corpulent person from three to
six pounds per week. It Is perfectly harm
less and positively efficient.. Sold by drug
glHtS. _
k.
507 QREAT BARGAINS OFF 507
At WILSON'S, 507 Market St.,
-
Dry Goods and Trimmings.
CASHMERES, MOHAIRS AND AL
— PACCAS.
PLAIN, STRIPED, PLAID AND FIG
URED DRESS GOODS,
10 cents and upwards.
CALICOES,
i)4. 5, 6, 7..
AND UNBLEACHED
MUSLIN,
5, 6, 7. 8, 10 and 12 cents,
CLOTHS, COTTONADE, PANT AND
DRESS LINENS,
WHITE AND FIGURED PIQUES,
_ <% cents and upwards.
A FULL LINE OF THE BEST MAKE
OF CORSETS,
25, 60, 65, 75, $1.00. 1.25 and *1.50.
Also, MADAME FOY'S IMPROVED
CORSETS, All Sizes.
KID GLOVES,
25. 60. 65, 75, $1.00, 81.25 and $1.60.
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
HAMRURG EDGINGS,
From 8 cents and upwards.
COLLARS, CUFFS and RUCHES
In Great Variety.
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS,
As cheap as can be had in the City.
SILK AND LAcE TIES AND BOWS
In great Variety.
HOISERY AND GLOVES, TOWELS
NAPKINS AND CRASH. '
TABLE LINEN,
25, 65, 60, 65, 76 and $1.00.
A large assortment of
DRESS TRIMMINGS and BUTTONS.
SHIRTS AND SHIRT FRONTS
TABLE AN p FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
Call and examine and be convinced
JOHN T. tolLHON,
607 MARKET STREET.
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8 lbs daily, 55 cents per
16 *• ?! 80 "
5 lbs, daily, 50 cents, per week.
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30 lbs. and over, 60 cents, per 100
SPECIAL RATES TO BUTCHERS, ICE CREAM MAKERS, STOR ', !
LOONS, HOrELS, &C.
J. B. CONROW & SON, Proprietors.
Main Office, No. 2 East Second Street
EDUCATIONAL
'S$\
AC,
reopens September 2ad, for the 37lh term.
For Information, write or call In business
hours from 8lo9a.m or4 to5 p.m
jj^ODII, INSTITUTE.
25, 40,60.75 nud 1.0)oer week tor k thor
ough education, at the
MODEL INSTITUTE.
A se eot Prlmiry, Middle and Senior
school tor. both sexes,taught on a new and
original plan. The handsomest school
room In the city. Office hoars from 9 to
12 a. m , 2 to 4 aud.7.30 to 8.80 p. tm. Vecal
music taught free. Books free.
J 4 rMF.SH.XlBABB, Principal.
Office No. 2. Baville Building,
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ESLEYAN FEMALE COLLI I K
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WiLMINGTON, DELAWARE.
of the fall tertn, MUN
D AY, Sept: 9th 1878, there will be a NEW
President, NEW furniture NEW lepair.i
throughout ihe building. NEW pianos, tne
medern conveniences NEWLY lritiodmed
to add to the com'ort of the young ladles
both In the publio and private rooms, and
ali this a( the OLD prices.
For eatohigues, address th£ President.
REV. J. M, WILLIAMS, A M,
At the o
Jyl6 8w
RE-OPENING
OF
F. BECHER'S MUSIC SCHOOL,
No. 921 MARKET STREET,
1
WILMINGTON DEL., SEPTEMBER «b
Beginners ou Piano or mV (O' 1
tin per quarter, (3 mou'hs.)
Advanced Scholars,
Terms;
<8,01
<10 to $12
sc p;.-'-lw
RAILROADS.
IILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE KA1LKUA
v June 10th, 1878.
Train* will leave Wilmington as follows
for
Philadelphia and Intermediate stations,
6.40, 6 55, 8 10. » 00, 9 47, 10 00, a. m. 2 30,
4.30, 7 20. 9 46 p-m. „
Philadelphia and New York, 2 09,5 44am,
12 87, 12 40, 5 48 p m.
Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 8 8)
a m,
Baltimore and Wasnlngton, 12 5t, 1 18,8 39,
am. 1254, 12 59, 5.09, pra.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for
New Castle680. 9 30, am, 1 05, 0 30 p. in.
Harrington and intermediate stations 9 30
am.l u6,6 30p m.
Delmar and Intermediate stations, 0 30,
k. m. 105, p, m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate stations
8 10 a m, 5 00. 8 80 p m.
Philadelphia aud New Yors. 2 09,5 44 a m.
Baltimore and Washlngtor, 12 61,116 a m.
For furthei Information r-assengers ere
the time tables posted at the de
referred to
pot.
- InntMy
H.F KKNNEY.Hnpt.
WINJS8 AND LIQUORS.
J UiT
L')T8 TO BUI J.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
-CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
- do claret Wine.
-do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY.
FRANCIS KELLY A CO,
103 MARKET STREET.
RECEIVED AND FOR BALE IN
Jyl7-tf
JOHN F. BETZ.
Gaul's Brewery
PORTER,
ALE,
BROWN STOUT
Brewer and Dealer la
BARLEY,, MALT AND HOPS
CALLOW HILL AND NFW MARKETS'!.
Pbtladel ma.
ri| A A m your own town. <6
iriflfloutfltfree. No risk. Reader, If
Xlfelklo" want a business at which
ittVlVI P er80ns of either sex can mak -
MWgreat pay all the time they
a xr... „ W01 *. write for particulars,to
H Hauait Co„ Portland. Maine.
i
JCi)UCAT10NAl,.
BUSINESS COLLEGE
•Will commence Mwndav evening, (
"th. tor instruction iu Book-kei pine, p
manshl p arid com morel al Art t li mot to.
ABRAHAM K. VO HAT ON
Principal and consult.n g Aeoanntai
4ie i as. t ii at:
INIS-Y HIM,
BEVERLY, NEW JERIF.V,
Established 1887. English am' fret 1-. Hu
School for Young ladles. Varii'lmlv
tages of the hlahest.order . Mrnitie n.
nils Limited. Fall term he-In k
IJIB
Sept. I
For circular, address Mils. K. u. 1 :
Prln ipal.
gT. JOSEI MS ACADEMY.
CHESTNUT HILL. PH 1 LA DELPHI
Opder the oara 01 the Sisters ni dt, J!
The course of lstructlnn includes a
Branches of a net, uland Christian c
tiOri. .. •.
Annual pension for Board nd Tin
er particulars, address.
»300. For
sepMy MOTHER MAH* JOB
■gRANDYWINE
SEMINARY.
INSTITUTE BIILDII
EIGHTH AND MARKET STS.,
Opens MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. IS
A limited number of Boarding Ptt|
taken at 6200- per annum Circulars
be had of C, F: Thomas & Cq„ or by up
W. S. MoNAIR, Pilnclp"
cation to.
augl3-tf
m
If
Jg
If
(F,
oil
e>
X
nr At
f §5 FOR BOYS,
Dr8AML.W.MlRPHYA.
Fall term wlh commence on MONO
HBPPKMBER »«>*- «'amfogues cs ' 1 ' J
talned at cTf. 'J lioiMas dto., No. 441
ket Street. 11
UREAT AN» CRCONIB
'Hi:
ABLE 1
T
CHEAP JOflf
Is driving everything In tbesbai
position to the D-—s. For goods a
RIGHT PRICES
Don't fall to call on
JOHN,
No 6 East Fourth stre ®y
Wiinriogton. H
AUCTION HALES called througltonM
country at. lowest rates.
S.H. STAAT
NO. 405 MARKET STREET,
HAS
Opened This Di
NO THER LARGE BTOCK OF
Fancy Hosiery
AND MIS 91
FOR LADIES,, GENTS
Kid, Lisle Thread and Berl
gloves
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER W1
If
-
Persons Would do well to ca
make a selection while the as
sortment is cpmplete.

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