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DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
Male fleftM.
HOB GOVERNOR,
JOHN W. HALL,
or xnrr.
TOK CONGRESS
EDWARD L. MARTIN,
or aussrx.
County Tickot.
[fob BHEBIFP,
:JOHN PYLE.
FOR CORONER,
JACOB BUTZ.
The Morals* Herald
s* 8s"»vs
mlngton and surrounding places for six
cents per week, payable to carriers. Mall
subscriptions, postage fiee, three dollars
n.r annum.
DEO. O'Brawn & Co., Pnblbhere.
O 609 Shlpl.y atreet,
__ Wllmlngtoy Del.
Nfrttffie to 8 ubscbib*B 8^—Those of oar
mbsenbers who are indebted to the morn
— >, will oblige by an early re
tl
The reported light with the Banncocke
on Thuredaj last, in which the United
8talg« tbair Crow allies com
pictsly rented thirty hostile Indians, seems
to Jmfo taken place in the Big Horn
Moon tains, Wyomiyf Territory. This is
Toy flu to the east of tW country ranged
oeesr by the Banncocke while they were
being panned by General Howard's forces,
and the band was probably one of the
scattered remnants of the force which
started out in the early summer to cross
t&e Columbia river into Washington Ter
ritory. Foiled in that movement by the
activity of the little frontier army, they
sc a ttered and tamed back to Idaho and
Oregon. The Yellowstone!
National Park ie in the northwestern part
of Wyoming Territory, the Lake being
within two huqdred miles of Camp Brown,
from which the news of the fight has been
■:/
Tbe "pe*ce with honor" which, accor
bing to Btepcnsfield, tha treaty of Berlin
■•cured for Great Britian, does not seem
tq have been obtained by the provinces,
dependencies and near neighbors of Tur.
key. Despatches tell of insurrections,
massacres,. W*n, and rumors of war, result,
ing from tbe peace treaty. Batoum ha*
fallen into the hands of the Russians, with
out 0 threatened struggle, buttheAus
triant) are still fighting for tbe possession
of Bosnia, the Albanians have massacred
the men sent to pacify them, and Greece,
it is said, is preparing for war. To quot e
from the dispatch; ''This report should be
received with all reserve." Greece sanno,
fight without strong aline, and Great
Britian^ her chief friend, has paid so much
for her peaceful victory at Berlin that she
ia aot likely to enter into more expensive
war for the benefit of the Greeks.
It ia, perhaps, as desirable that the re
quirements of "good form" be observed in
tbe of suicide as in anything else.
But the young couple who shuffled off this
mortal eotiin Muscatine, Iowa, on Satur.
day, may be justly held to have been
punctilious than was necessary in their at.
To ornamen t
their areas with craps before the fatai shots
were fired may have been all well enough,
bat the most exacting in such matters would
hardly have insisted on their distracting
their last earthly thoughts by a perplexing
hunt for white slippers in which to
thair early -resting feet. _
Loss Duffeein's vice-regal expense^
since he became governor-general in Cana,
da in 1872 have averaged $120,000 a year
Of this $50,000 has been his own salary*
$23 ,000 the salaries of his staff and their
contingencies, [the latter including every
thing from a prayer-book to brandy and
soda; $86,000 the expenses of Rideau Hall,
the rice-regal residence they expect to
spend hglf a million building over for the
new arrivals, and $42,000 for three excur
sions taken by his excellency. "What the
expenses of the next administration will
be under the Marquis of Lome, her Maj
esty's son-in-law, remains to be seen.
The fanners of the West are crowding
the grain products of their farms into the
market with the greatest eagerness. They
seem to think that a bird,in the hand is
worth two in the bush, and that they had
butter mil their wheat at fair prices than
Wait for more and run the risk of getting
late. Thu August receipts at Buffalo were
■earijr jfate times as great as during the
corresponding month In 1877.
more
tention to formal details.
encase
i too
Tax July . x u tj show a balance in ou r
flavor of more than nine millions. We
•tofimllY edging towards the good time
coming.
:ire
9
Whit would the fever-inspected die-1
tricts of the South have done but for the!
ttfefreph? Almoetentirely from*
&«> r wt,'<f t fa€»orlK*U>« teles-ifeph haj
afforded then the meane of communicating
wants, and of receiving from armpathinDg
communities assurances of prompt and
*ut**«$4*Hgf.
; It would be almost impossible to con
deive ef the amount of suffering that has
I men alleviated through its sybtiie agency.
: lad there been no other moans of com*
i n unseating rapidly irith point*
than the mails, what would have been th^
condition of the people of Grenada, for
instance, before the help they so promptly
received coaid possibly have reached
them ? Surely, the telegraph is a bles
sing. _
The persistent tendency oi the right
thing to happen at the wrong time has al
ways been a mystery* and ia fo-day <t* puz
zling as ever. The man who could not
understand why the sun shone in the,dav
time, when there was no need for him, in
stead of at night, when darkn ; :«,Stilled,
will be just as much bewildered now to
know why that .Wyoming snow storm
should have come at this time, when the
weather is cool, rather than a few weeks
ago, when its influence would have tem
pered the hot wave so gratefbHjr, It i"
simply an additional evidence that the
Weather Bureau ought to be reorganised.
The accounts from the yellow for**
stricken cities show that the pestilence is
if anything, on the increase. At Hew Or
leans and Memphisthe situation is very
bad, and there is no indication of a change
for the better. The former city sends an
appeal for help to the Chamber of Com'
rnerce all over the country* which we have
ho doubt will begenerously answered. The
authorities at Washington will, it is hoped,
put forth every effort possible to relieve
the distress of the suffering communities.
Whatever action they may take will as
suredly be indorsed by Congress.
The rumor that Ru««ia has suggested
a Francos!talian occup dion of Thessaly is
too sensational to be (rue. But it is no*
easy to predict what might happen in the
event of a war between Turkey and
Greece.
Sutterley can copy anything In the shape
Of a picture. 302 Market street.
The Best Quality of MEDICINES
AT WILLIAMS'
The Most Reliable Proprietary
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES ,,&c
,. AT WILLIAMS'
A fine assortment offlAIB, TOOTH and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Market.
A choice Imported Key west Pride of Key
West or Grealty Cigar,
AT WILLIAMS', .,
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
and Pure, /
at Ninth kud Market.
aTwilliams.
Fine Amubican and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
"Get the Best" WILLIAMS'SAPOANA
CEOUS DENTRIFICE,
AT WILUARS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy In dltpensfog, apd
Reasonable Prices. ......
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
~ Cqrecr fiffotb and Market.
may3 tf
AMUSEMENTS.
I nternational Exhibition.
Centennial Grounds, Philadelphia.
{ SPECIAL CARP. } *2
DURING THE SUMMER VACATION,
and until September 1st, the Managers have
decided to reduee the rate of admission as
follows:
ADULT8 . .
CHILDREN . :
In order to gtve the citizens ana especially
tho children of Philadelphia, who cannot
leope the qtty d-ring-the warm weather sp
opportunity of enjoying the many attrac
tions of tne exhibition.
15 cents.
. 6
EXCURSIONS, SCHOOLS, AND
pic-nic parties
will be furnished with cool rooms and ta
ble accommodations for lunching.
—EXHIBITS—
6f every description with Machinery In
Motion, together with new Musical and
other attractive features daily, including
Nosthoott, the great cornet player, ana
Mr.THBO. C.KwAuff, thecelebrated organ
ist who Will perform evey afternoon.
_ Jy-28-lm
SUMMER RE80RTS.
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ATMjAJYTIC hoi el,
OCEAN CITY, MD.
Largest and Host Com
modions Hotel.
DlrwUyoath©Surt- Ma^nflfjent view 0 f
the Ocean from Avdrv be<J-fobto window*
All the delicacies. Fresh fish, solt crabs'
terrapin, and seaside oysters TermB. $2.50
per day.
Two Trains dally from Wilmington di
rectly through.
Send for Descriptive Circular
JOHN TRACY,
Proprietor.
.
Jyl8-lm
Enterprise and Wiliam
Penn Coal
DBZITMRMJO IX TOVB CELLAS.
WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO.
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PONDER A TOWNSEND,
r OOf OF FOtfitTH STREET,
B ulX 0 g PU>W " OflS ° e ' No - *
p?
die-1 ____
the! POST
from* W
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INQTtflf, DEL
Office open from «.4B A. M*. to *.l$0
, frtVktd Bozee aoceaalble until 10 F. M.
SUNDAYS.—Open from S to • A. M.. and
i Private Boxes aoeeaalUe Mm • to » P,
and
has
th^
for
al
not
in
to
the
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the
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jUils close,
O
"lou'.'-fl.llOA.M
more and
teen the
tho
! WasStagto*,. and all points
South,.,.
815, M
1.16, **
'e.Sid.
b*lFafl*fo Nl't'. *nd other
9.00, "
ware R. It to CriafleM, Md— 9.00 "
Vfgr £aU on Delaware Western
UhWr MMl" »*■PbMAoimbjn
'hreueb Mail to Baltimore and
Washington .and all points
Booth and Southwest.. 12.15, "
Through Mail to Philadelphia
and New York, and sill points
Hast and West,
tow Castle,
10.00
6.15
Middletown,
yrna, Dover, Clayton,
send, Delaware City, St
sorges, and Wyoming, Del..... 6,00
ongh Mall to Philadelphia
and New York, and all points
1 North, Bast and West,__—
Through Mall to Baltimore and
Washington and all points
South and South^west,-^_—.... 9 20
.9.15
MAILS ARRIVE AND READY FOR
DELIVERY.
Way Mall from Wilmington and
Northern R. R. from Readiug
and points North...5.45, A. M
New York. Philadelphia, .Balti
more, Washington, and all
ts of the country except
and Eastern Shore
eOitottos In Md...
Peninsular Mail, North of Wy
* «ming Delaware,.9.30, "
Philadelphia and New York,
and mi points North, East and
WOflt.„.r..... 9 30 <(
Way Mali from Phliiuieinhia.Pa 9.3oj "
Baltimore Way Mall, Western
Bbore, Md....
Baltimore, Washington aud all
points South and southwest.... 1.00, P. M.
Philadelphia and New York and
' an points North, East and
West.1,00, ••
Way Mall on Delaware Western
• ____8.30, "
Way Mall from Crlsfield, Mu.,
'(Del. B. R.,i. 6.00, "
Baltimore A Washington and all
_po!nts South...6.16 "
Philadelphia, New York, and
poiats North, East and West.... 6,15, "
The Letter Carriers will make their de
liveries as lbllewa: 0.30 aud 10.15 a. m„
and 1*15 and 4.30, p. m.
LOcal Letters for Carriers' delivery should
be deposited In Post Office 10 minutes be
thehour of delivery.
m. M. PYLE,
POSTMASTER.
re
10.15 "
is
fore
Cun tbe Truth Overtake s Lie.
Investigation discloses the tact that the
lady reported In the Associated Press dis
patches, about Aug. 10th, t.i have died in
Cbleage after two weeks' use or some re
lated remedy for corpulency, had not
aken Allan's Anti-Fat* but had used a
prepa
n Lu:
ration put up by a regular physician
nzerne, Pa Allan's Anti*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
pro. ft - 1 It has ever harmed any body.
Unless the reduction of obese persons from
20 tr so pounds, leaving them healthy and
stiong, .Is considered a misfortune. Fur
thermore, we hereby ofier *5,100 reward for
evidence showing that It contains pol
ous or injurious Ingredients. We also i
96/000 If we cannot prove that it has;reduced
number of persons as stated herein, and
always wllhont Injury. 11 Is said a lie will
outtravel the truth any lime, but we trust
that those; newspaperslihat have
public tiy sAylng that physicians
tributed the lady's death to the use of
Anti-fat (which Is only put up by us. the
term "Anti-Fat', being our trade-msi*,,
will eorreot the false Impression they have
conveyed, by publishing this refutation*
BOTANIC MEDICINE 00„
Buffalo, N. T.
sou
offer
misled
the
at
WELCOME TO WENLEYAN.
The undersigned resident trustees of
Wesleyan Female College, hereby extend a
cordial Invitation to the friends of the In
stitution to vlklt the same on Saturday,
September 7th, from 7X to 9X o'clock, and
Inspect the buildings, furniture and new
arrangements, which have been made for
the convenience and comfort of the stu
dents.
We can assure all who will call, that
they will meet with a cordial welcome
from the President and Faculty.
It Is especially desired i hat all who have
daughters to educate, should visit the In
stitution and see for themselves.
tMGNXD,
C. F. Sheppard, J. B Qnlgg. L. F. Riddle,
D, M. Bates, J. B. Caldwell, G. W. Sparks
and Wm. Bright.
Antt-Fat Cbemically Examined.
.The analytical ohemlst, W. B. Dbake, of
Roffslp, N. Y., recently analyzed Allan's
Anti-Fat, and gave the following :
CERTIFICATE.
I have subjected Allans Anti-Fat to
chemical analysis, examined tbe process
of Its manufacture, and can truly say that
the ingredients of which It Is compos'd are
entirely vegetable, and cannot bnt act
favorably upon the system, and it Is well
calculated to attain the objeot of whioh lk
Is lnteded.
Sold by druggists.
W. B. DRAKE, Chemist
FAT PEOPLE'S MISFORTUNES.
Some of the savage tribes enter their
dwellings through a hole In the roof and
when a person becomes so fat that he can
not get In, he la regarded as an outlaw.
Had this system been adopted in the
United Stalest the "out-laws" could not
have made a more active demand *for Al*
Ian's Anti-Fat than now exists. Hundreds
who had lived In constant fear of sudden
death have, bv its use# been reduced
comfortab'e living weight. The Anti-Fat
Is purely vegetable and perfectly harm
less. Bold by all druggists.
to a
HIS OCCUPATION GONE.
Had the Arkansai "doctor" that "tappedt
•he fat man, thinking he had dropiy, bn,
finding no water pronounced It * dry drop
sy," lived to-day, he would, like Othello'
find "his occupation gone, for Allens Anti
Fat. a purely vegetable remedy, safely, but
« osltlvelv, reduoes corpulency at from 3
jO pounds per week. Sold by all drug
a 11 HU persons ef either sex can make
oreat pay all the time they
„ work, write for particulars to
H HaURT Co„ Portland, Mrin*
a week In your own town. $6
outfit free. No risk. Reader, if
you want a business at whleh
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"THE ODOROUS


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our ye as
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the ' caud
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for
to
i"p]
out much
wvmtnrld atop, wD'TooF onman
from the good city of Louisville, Ky„ and
rood found aurselves in Chicago. There
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and
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look
to
spoils Line, that
meadow, throug
great lakes and
the depths of the r ___
S id so on toBLPaul and Minneapolis Buy
g our tickets we started, and left the Canal
id Klnsle str
i prairie and
alleys, along
fin
Into
sin
the
land
an
North Wes team
through many p 1
Irving Park, l>
g l Lake, and
arvard, thenc
Mu
, SuCh
plalnes, Barrington, Cy
Woodstock, and reach
olt, .
e to
ver and
Madison,
sago, and
*ity of over
llie olty is _
mus about three
S reen Lakes Men
ntr e of a broad valley,' eu. rounded
lights from which It can be seen at a dis
tance of several miles. Lake Mendota lies
northwest of the town, Is six miles long
and four miles wide, with olean, gravelly
shores, and a depth sufficient for the navi
gation of steamboats. Lake Monona
somewhat smaller.
At 176 miles from Chicago, and 36' miles
/Torn Madison, we reached the celebrated
Devil's Lake, 1 his Is a beautiful body
water, surrounded by preo.pltous moun
tains on every side, except at two points,
6n« being at the southern end. where the
railroad finds exit from the basin of the
lake: On every side of the lake you see
"rock piled oj rock" lu every conceivable
form, and In Immense columns, pillars,
piles and masses of very great magnitude
and height. The railroad runs along the
shore or the lake on a bed that was literally
blasted out of the sides of themountaln.
From the car windows all tbe beauties ol
this wonderful and wlerdly mysterious re
gion can readily be seen. This was The
home of Mlnnawauaene, a beuattful but
umortunate Indian maiden, and many le
gends are relaled or her by the slmple
learted and kindly people ol the vicinity.
Phis lake 1j a favorite summer resort, and
o it the people for many ml',** around
lomerorplnnfclng, sailing, boating, listi
ng and many other sports
: At Barboo you reach the Barboo river,
ind from thence pass along Us valleys for
uany miles.
At Elroy you are 212 miles from Chicago,
indatthe southern termt.us of the West
Wisconsin road, and .soon reach the great
>lne woods, whfoh have rendered Wlso >u
iln celebrated the world over. Into tbe
mart or tbe pine lumber region you speed,
lassing through Black River Falls, Hum
ilnl, Augusta, Eau Clair, Menomonee, and
other noted lumber towns, and anally
cross the 8t. Croix river at Hudson. This
river is the dividing line between Wiscon
sin and Minnesota. A few miles beyond,
ton reach a branch to Stillwater, a flourishi
ng town on the St. Croix river. A fifteen
mile ride brings you to BU Paul, and here
tou rest, or pu-h on eleven miles further,
o the active, bustling cities of Mlnncapo
is and St. Anthony.
At St. Paul you can make close tonnec
.ions, via the Lake superior A Mississippi
tub road, for Doluth, Moorehead, Bigmprk,
and other points' on the lure of 1 the great
Northern Pacific Railroad, and also with
the St. Paul and Pacfle Railway, for Bfck
enndge.Foit Gary and points In Manito
ba
1U
itne capital or wtsoonsin,
fifteen thousand people,
pleasantly situated on an lsth
hof
illewlde, be
mona, In tbe
ba.
On the line we have hastily sketched, you
have a variety of scenerye-t ne quiet, beau
tiful prairie oountvy of Northeastern 114a
olsj the rolling larming country of Southern
Wisconsin; the wildly romantlo mountain
scenery c the Devil's Lake country; the
creezy, odorous ' piney woods," wlih their
uany mills, active towns and numerous
logging camps, and the charming river
country of the St. Croix valley. A|greater
diversity of country cannot be fonud any
where in a Journey of the same lengtn.
You will find comfortable, cleanly and
commodious dining stations and hotel*
ng tne Hue,at which ample time (sglyen
all meals.
ftlo
for
One management ooulrols the route,and
Pullman Palace Me-pars run through to
it Paul aud for Minneapolis. It will
ieen that this Hue runs nearly due north
west fromChlcato lo St. Paul, and Is bat
a In w miles longer ill *n Ad air line, and It
Is the shortest practical route over which a
railroad line can be built between these
points. This assures the passenger the
quietest time that oau be made. No other
route is now or can be made as direct.
We are now sett'ed down by a quiet
brook, where we dally pull from
deep" tbe speckl'd beauties
heard so mueh about.—Courier.
be
the "vasty
we have
"LAVGB AND UKOW FAT."
This ancient hit of advice Is well enough
for 'spare" people, but how about those
thatarealready loof.u? What Is to become
of them 7 Sit still, aud I'll tell you. After
many experiments, extending through
months or patient lnvestlgatiou and toll
the celebrated an oalyileal chemist, J. C.
Allan, has perfected and given to the world
Anti-Fat.. Thus far In several hundred
cases this great remedy has never failed to
reduce a corpulent person from three to
six pounds per week. It Is perfectly harm
less and positively efflcleut. Sold by drug
gists^^_
507 GREAT BARGAINS OFF
At WILSON'S, 507 Market St.,
Dry Goods and Trimmings.
CASHMERES, MOHAIRS AND AL
PACCAS.
PLAIN, STRIPED, PLAID AND FIG
URED DRE8S GOODS;
10 cents and npwards.
CALICOES,
5. 6, 7.
BLEACHED
UNBLEACHED
MUSLIN,
5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 12 cents,
CLOTHS, COTTONADE, PANT AND
DRESS LINENS,
WHITE AND FIGURED PIQUES,
6^jcents and upwards.
A FULL LINE OF THE BEST MAKE
OF CORSETS,
25, 50, 65. 75, $1.00. 1.25 and $1.50.
Also, MADAME FOY'S IMPROVED
CORSETS, All Sizes.
KID GLOVES,
25. 50. 05, 75, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
HAMRURG EDGINGS,
From 8 oentB and upwards.
COLLARS, CUFFS and RUCHES,
In Great Variety.
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS,
Ab cheep as can be had In the City.
SILK AND LAuE TIES AND BOWS,
In great Variety.
HOISERY AND GLOVES, TOWELS,
NAPKINS AND CRASH.
TABLE LINEN,
. , 25, 65, 60, 66, 76 and $1.00.
A large assortment of
DRESS TRIMMINGS and
.. ,,
BUTTONS,
SHIRTS AND SHIRT FRONTS,
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
Call and examine and be convinced.
JOHN T. WiUiON.
607 MARKET STREET.
ce and Coal Co,
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Prices for 1878 .
6 lbs. daily, 60 cents, per week,
o u -u 65 «
8 lbs daily, 65 cents per
16 *• " 80 " "
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1.10
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30 lbs. and over, 60 cento, per 100
SPECIAL BATES TO BUTCHERS, ICE CREAM MAKERS, STOR? g
LOONS, HOTELS, &C.
J. B. CONROW & SON. Proprietors.
Main Office, No. 2 East Second Street.
ol
__
EDUCATIONAL*
reopens September 2nd, for the 37th term.
For Information, write or call In business
hours from 8 lo 9 a. m. or 4 to 5 p. m
yjODEL INSTITtrm
25,40, GO, 75 and 1.0J per week for a thor
ough education, at tho
MQdel institute.
Ase'eot Primary, Middle and Senior
school for both sexes,taught on a new and
Original .Plan. Tho handsomest school
room in too elty. Office hours from 9' to
i2 a. m , ? to 4 apd.7.80 tp &30 p. m. Vocal
music taught Tree. Books free;
JaMFSH.CRABB, Principal.
Offlca No. 2. Savllle Building,
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BSLEVAN FEMALE COLLH | JB
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WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
At the opening of the fall term, MON
DAY,Sept. 9ih 1878, there will be a NEW
President, NEW furniture. NEW lerairs
throughout - he balldlDg. NEW pianos, the
medfrn conveniences NEWLY Intioduced
to add to the cpm'ort of the young isdles
l o e public and private rooms, and
all this at the OLD prices.
For catalogues, address the President.
REV. J. M. WILLIAMS, A M,
Jyw sw
RE-OPENING
OF
F. BECKER'S MUSIC SCHOOL,
No. 921 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON DEL., SEPTEMBER 9th
Terms;
lln per quarter, (3 months.)
Advanced Scholars,
Beginners on Plano or Vlo
$8,0)
$10 to $12
S< pt-l-lw
RAILROADS.
PHILADELPHIA, WILM1NGTON AND
BALTIMORE KAILHOA
June 10th, 1878.
Trains will leave Wilmington as follow'
stations,
P -12*8?,TfWp m7 Yort ' 2<».644am,
Ualtlmoreand Intermediate stations 8 8)
a m,
Baltimore and Washington 12 51 1 16. 8 89
am, 1*254,1259,5.09, pm.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for
New Castle 6 a>,930, am, I 05, 8 30 p. m.
Harrington and intermediate stations 9 30
am,l 05,6 30 p m.
Delmar aud intermediate
a. m. 105, p.m.
tor
.
stations, 9 80,
_ ^ , SUNDAY, TRAINS.
Philadelphia and intermediate stations
o iuam.5
_ ... - Jfew'York, 2 09,5 44 am.
Baltimore and Washington . 12 6i, 118 a m.
For fhrthei lnformatum eassengers are
referred to the time tables pi tted at the de
pot.
JunS-ly
H.F KENNEY,Snpt.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
J UST RECEIVED AND FOR BALE IN
LOTS TO bUIl.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASKS ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
— do CLARET WINE.
—do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY.
FRANCIS KELLY A CO,
IOS MARKET STREET.
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JOHN F. BETZ.
Gaul's Brewery
PORTER,
ALE,
BROWN STOUT
Brewer and Dealer In
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
CALLOWHILL AND NEW MARKET 87.
Philadel ula.
IT < S" m * ke money fester at work lor at
11 anything else, capital not re
^ rt 7°f
women, boy^and^lrfeVaSi^per^day 16 ^
work for us; Now is the time. Men tin
outfit sad terms free. Address Tbck * go
/August*, Maine, - 00
EDUCATIONAL.
JgVENING BUSINESS
COLLEGE
Will commence Mandav evening,
7th, for instruction lu Book-keeplnir,
manship and commercial Arithmetic.
ABRAHAM R. WOII^TON
Principal and consulting Accountant.
4lu t.asi 4 h stne
T KINIS Y HALS.,
BEVERLY, NEW JERSEY.
Established 1807. English anu French Hon
School for Young ladles. Varied adv»]
tagesuf the highest order Numbei mni
oils limited. Fall term be. lm. cepl,
For circular, address Ml«s. R.
Principal.
and
to
Annual pension for Board nd Turn
JB A 900 - For further particulars,address.
MOTHER MARt JOHN
u. Bo
IT.JOSEI Il'B ACADEMY.
TNUT BULL. PHILADKLPH
rtheoare w the Slaters oi ot, Jo
course of. istruotton includes al
Dranohosof auM.ul and Christian h.
Hon. ; PS
Under
The
aepl-ly
the
JgRANDYWINE SEN INARY.
INSTITUTE BUILD1N
EIGHTH AND MARKET STS.,
Opens MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 181
A limited number of Boarding Pupl
taken at $200 per annum. Circulars ci
be had of O. F: Thomas A Co„ or by apn
W. S. McNAIR, Principal
cation to.
augl3-tf
&
c
m
I t.
l
n
8)
30
$
J ^ FOR BOYS .
g Dr 8aml.W. Murphy A.I
Fall term will commence on MONDA
SEP TEMBER »n<f, ' atalognes can be ol
talned at C. F. 'i homas & to., No. 42! Ma
ket Street.
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nior. GREAT AND UNCONIBO
1 ABLE
CHEAP JOHN
is driving everything in theshaieo' oi
position to the i>—s. For goods at tho
RIGHT TRICES!
Don't fall.to cail on
JOHN,
No. 6 East Fourth street,
Wilmington, Del.
AUCTION SALES called throughout tt
m24-3m
country at lowest rates.
Black and Fane;
Silks.
We are now]
ng an elegant line of
* EOV/ a.
Blafk Mlfo
62H ota. to $2:ffi
STRIPE SILK
shad
of the mdit durable colors and best i
at 62tj c*it« and upwards. GOOD, AL!
WOOL BLACK CABHlMERE, at50 cent
and upwards. BLACK AND COLOREl
aLAPaCAS, of the newest shades at ver
. Bargains lu HOSIERY
Ac. KID GLOVE j, (every pri
ranted) very cheap.
Ijnjw rely upon getting the
the lowest prices, at
CAMPBELL 1 *, __
210 MARKET ST.
low
GLO
pair
B
heel
K<
maro-iy
TJT?C.T husmess you omn engage in.
JDXJOL $® to $20per day made by any
worker »: either sex, right It their ownlo
la) 1 ties. Ptrtlculars and samples worth $5
free. Implore your spare time far the
business..Aldress STINSON * Co, Portland
Mains

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