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WI).MI Ntfl'QN, DEL.. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1878 .
XII. NO. 12.
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CLOTHING.
CLOTHING.
OW IS YOUR TIME!
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;VEEUflI EED THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH
OP FALL AND WINTER.
CLOTHING
a tjttr'ACTURED BY US THE PAST FOUR MONTHS ALL
A new A andfashjonably cut and well made.
* WE SHALL BELL OUR GOODS THIS FALL
From 10 to li Per Cent. Lower than Last Year.
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POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE OF PHILADELPHIA
nothing.
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A. C. YATES & CO.
ledger building.
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C ODR CHILDREN^ANDBOYS' DEPARTMENT, 624 Chestnut Street.
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Just received a Full Line of Gentlemen's. '^& a f ££ a ™* h f!St! 1 i 'TI
Mips©*' Shoes, $1.00 and up.
Women's shoes 1.00 ' ■ ■
Children's " 4®
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1.25 ••
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i Men's Gaiters,
Boy's Boots,
Street, V?i ,,l;:a ^ 11 * loD, * ntftrA ^ oPP® sAte Uayfn House*
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NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
AT THE POPULAR^ CLOTHING HOUSE
NATHAN LIEBEKMAN,
s.E. COR.FIFTH & MARKET Sts.
This Store Is unraualled In offering" othms d butVh^best and*most
eularly RttrR<*tix6 to tt»o*8 who study oon hnv« ths lRrK 69 tRi'sorlniontof Mflu a
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fl.nO up
12(St up
2.10 up
,02 Up
.7.1 up
Fearful MARK DOWN Prices at
from
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MEN'S STRONG WORKING PANTS
BUSINESS
FINE DRESS
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BOY'S SUITS
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CHILDREN'S PANTS
Call and examine our
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COHEN'S TAILOR STORE.
It U a fact. It ts a fact that A, Cohen, N. K. Cor. Second and Market, haa a fine stock
•f Foreign and Domestic Goods always on hand. Also a fine stock of Gent'a Furnishing
trial. Cleaning, Dying and Repalling neatly done, Orders by mall
Yours Tiuly,
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promptly attended to.
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A. COHEN.
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MERCHANT TAILOR
j#, tor. Second and Market etreet*.
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CLOTHING HOUSES.
Grand
display
AT THE
BOSTON
ONE-PRICE
CLOTHING I
HOUSE.
213 Market
AND
212 Shipley shM
WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
THE LARGEST,
the best,
THE
PUPA PEST
OrlEAriiSl
LINE OF
CLOTHING
CLOTHS,
Gent's Furnishing
GOODS,
AND
Svor shown In *hl» Mnrfcet
THE STYLES WILL PLEASE,
THE PRICES WILL SUIT.
THE GOODS WILL CONVINCE
That we can and will sell <be BEST
GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
Our goods we warrant In every Imtanae
to be Just exactly What we represent them
to be.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Children, from 4 to 10 years of age.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Boy* from 10 to 15 years of age.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Youth's from 15 to 19 years old.
STYLISH CLOTHING
Tn all grades for Men from the Cheapest te
the Bert Goods in tne Market. Also a
Immense line of
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
.
rtmentl* stocked with the FIN
In the Market, Including
Th's Depa
ma'i> QQO |)S_
Underwear, Neckwear and Hosiery.
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Our Custom Departiucni
Attracts great atiention at this Stason, ne*
oauseiot ih© line display ©f
FOREIGN AND D >MK8TIC GOODS.
as well as the ARTISTIC STYI B of cutting'
and making of garments by eur practical
outt«r,
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Mf T H R H IM -PI i
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W eordlt.lly Invite all to call and ex
- stock nnd learu u
m i e our i u menae
very low prices. Remember our motto;
"ONE PRICE TO ALL'
V.E. HOLMES,
PROPRIETOR.
CLOTHING.
New Styles Ready
BENT'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING.
W* snail be glad to have the peo
ple of Wilmington, oall and see the
LARGSRT,
BUST.
HANDSOMEST
and cheapest stook of Fine and
Medium Grades or Gent's Youth *
Boy's and Children's Clothing that
was aver manufactured.
WANAMAKER & BROWN
OAK HALL
0th (t MARKET STS.
Phllad -Iph
Democratic Mass Meeting
Will be held at tbe
OPERA HOUSE.
ON
SATURDAY Nov. 2, '78
AT 7 o'clock, P. M,
An address will be made by
HON. THOMAS F. BAYARD,
The public is respectfully invited to at
| teud F 8rat8 w m De reserved for ladlea and
thalr escorts By order fthe
Executive committee.
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THE HEKALD
Wilmington. Del., Sot. I 187*.
brajtdywipe piill Quotations
W- C. Penny packer & Co.,
("Successors to J. E. Price A Co.)
...$e.75a8.50
...A 00afl.76
... 4 00a5<4
Best Patent Flour..
Choice Family Flour
Choice r-upernne.
Brab. per ton..
18.50
Corrected dally.
We are paying to-day lor eholee wheat
$1.02; choice corn, 45 cen ts.
Adver. W. G. PENNYPAOKBR 4 CO.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DATs
8nurU#s,...6.8l a. m. I inn ieu.„4.67 p, m.
Moon aets..
.„„.Tlile a. rn.
HIGG WA.'.'Kh.
Delaware Breakwater.......
a.ia p. m.
New Qtelie.
« 00 p. m.
Wl mlURlon.—.. .
0 SO p rn
,.1,47 a. m.
.8.40 a. ra.
.6 IO a. m.
TWJt W tfJiTB.BR :~To-tlay it will ho
told and rl-ar or fair. Th* weathxr in Bo»'
ton and A'etv London will be partly cloudy
'• art cold, tenk ttrong nouthweH tt'indt
Xn Philadelphia, B iltimov and Washing
ii will be cool and fair.
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DIED.
CONNELL- In this elt on the 80th Inst.,
Patrick Connell, aged 41 year*.
The rel lives aud friend* of the family
ate te pectfu ty invlt* d to attend the fu
neral fr. m his lat<- r eldence No. l<-*> > pe
;ar street on Saturday n.omlrg, High
Mass at St. Mary's Cxureh at Oo'elock. In
terment at Ihe new C'atbolio Cemetery.
. LOCAL AFFAIRS.
NEW UNIFORMS.
The conductors, baggage masters, and
b >krmis 0H He paiiwr trains of the P.
w. & B. Railroad, have rece ived their new
I uniform?, with brass button*. The
|cooduc1or8 , caps have two bands of gold,
the baggage master* and brakemen have
I but one.
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THOSE WHO DIED.
I Forty-nine deaths occurred In Wtlming
i too during the past month. Forty-flve of
" W ere citizens of this country and 4
I were foreigners; twenty-one were female,
ex- ^ ma)e . twenty-three were adults and
®l" enty .,( x minors; seven were black and
forty-two were white
No I P.ulsFIED.
The Methodists of this city, having b*.
como dissatisfied with their pastaffllllatlons
at Brandywine Summit, ere looking for an
eligible *ite near and within the bound* of
their own conference for camp-meeting '
tbe future.
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THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
The principle object of the Democratic
caucas last night was the consideration
the enlargement of the police force.
WHIPPING A SCHOLAR.
"Now If I had never been whipped when
_ . v.v r . .. . i
was a school boy, I might decide this I
case, but now"—and the Squire'e voice I
opped suddenly. Esquire Wm. H Brady
.. * u. o«.„
wildly musses hie hair, and all the while I
turns the pages of a musty law book. The I
case Is one, the like of which the F squire |
has never been called upon to decide. It is
that oi Ferdinand Miller and Mr. Miller
and a little Miller, who brought charge 1
against Mlai Elizabeth D. Frazer, the lady |
principal of No. » school lor cha.tl.ing the |
aforesaid progeny of Ferdinand Miller with \
undue severity. I
It appears that tbe boy In question was I
lacorrigable, and gave the teacher
trouble The attention of the parents was I
called to It and Information given to the I
effect that the committee would be oalled I
upon to expel bln. Word w»a returned to I
tbe teacher by the paremstbat they desired I
the boy to go to school rather than run on I
the etreet, and that they would not object I
If tbe teacher chastised him. On Thurs-1
doy tbe teacher Imposed on tbe boy ae
sxtra task for some misdemeanor, and
upon receiving bis refusal to comply, the
principal, Mias Frazer, give him a chastise-1
ment. During the struggle a alight abrasou
was made in the skin of tbe boy's (orehtad
and also on his ear. This Incensed Mrs.
Miller so greatly that nothing would satisfy
her short of a law-suit, and so It was
brought as above said.
After much perplexity, as has alrsady
been stated, the Esqnlre found clause bear-1
log upon the subject, which said that it
was no offence for a teacher to use corporeal
punishment on a scholar in a reasonable
way He then gave hi* opinion that tbe
boy had not received nndue punishment and
dismissed the case.
THE STATE CAMPAIGN.
A liberal display of bunting and
torches gave the porch of the Bleck
,
political air, last evening, and many Demo
crats flocked around, drawn thither by the
.. _. __p.,
Tba meeting was called to or^r by Pat-1
rick Nearyjmd the following offlesr. were
named: Prealdent, John Guthrie, Vice
Robert
Wlllitii Blake, Wm. GK Baugh, Robert!
Cotttngham, and Edwin tenderer;I Sec re '»-1
rles, Merrls Tsylor, James McGllnchey, and
" , . . . . ™ ,
Mr. Guthrie Introduced Walter Cummins
Esq., who spoke forfalse
of an hour. He reviewed the rise and fa
of the Republican party; dwelt upon the
msny sots which Its leaders hed done to dr
serve rebuke, and said that It* reign ol
power waa to end. not only In the House of
Representatives and the Senate, but also
the White House. He urged all Democrats
to vote next Tuesday and beware of split
tickets that were being numerously circuit*
ted by Mr. Clark »nd others.
H. R. Pennington, Esq., was next Intro*
dared, and made an Interesting speech in
his usual profound and entertaining style,
alter which the meeting adjourned,
THE DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING LAST
NIGHT—SPEECHES BT MESSRS. CUMMISS
AND PENNINGTON.
ous
Horse Hotel a decidedly attractive and
mass meeting* of the Tint and Tenth
One hundred and fortv-sli arrest* were!
a* follows:!
JUSTICE JALAP.
made by the police last month,
Violation of the city ordiaances,
Assault and battery,
Drunk,
Disorderly,
Vagrancy,
Indecent exposure,
Confidence game,
Larceny,
Trespass,
Abusive language,
Receiving stolen goods,
Nuisance,
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for an hour or *o at the Wesleyan, this I
evening. No special invitation* have been 1
issued, but the friends of the college wl'
meet with a hearty welcome
Fr«nch etreet, Exerclst* will fregln at 7.cU I
o'clock. 1
On Sunday at a quarter ' ' I
President Williams will preach to the c *1
lege and to any others who. may w«* b to
Entrance,Sab ^
w i r-mmit-h the well-known
Mr. Andrew Crnmllob, t
contractor, haa had three hemorrhages dur-1
lug the last few days, and Is now seratoualy
ill at his residence, No. 817 Washington
'
Yesterday afternoon Senator Saultbury
Total,
WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE.
There Is to be a literary entertainment
come
Sixth street
Chrlstnaes, at which time there promises t<
be considerable liter, ase In the patronage.
PUBLIC Sale OF Hay.
The subscriber will sell at his i-.aldanci
at Talleyvllle, Brandywine Hundred,
Wednesday, November 6th, 1878, at S
o'clock, p m., about twelve ton* ol good
timothy hay.
oi
NEAL DUFFY.
L. W. Stidham & Son, Auctioneers.
novl-5i _
VERY LOW.
STATE POLITICS.
addressed the Seaford Democrats.
Uncle Sammle Townsend had a rattling
meeting down In Appoqulnlmlnk also.
mas*
THIEVES AT WORK.
The residence of George Lewis, on Van
in the Ninth Ward, waa
dever avenue,
entered on Wsdnesdsy, during the absence
of thTfamUy, and 840 lc cash stolen.
of
PEOPLE'COLUMN.
Henceforth we will give a column dal ]
^ correspondence upon anv proper subject
ror discussion. It la expected that, cunmu-v
nlcations will be written on one side only
wssi. aL.'»
yg considered as endorsing or being In a n y
way responsible for the opinion of ccrres
pendents In this column,
Wilmington, Nov. 1,1878.
Editok Moksino Hibald:—D ear Sir—
In the of lhe „ Bvery ET#nlne aD d
commercial" of the 80th Inst., the editor of
hi t p ,perchoae to find fault with the or.
... . .. n , . .,
esnlzatton kown as the Quaker Assembly.
He wishes to know the object of the AssocI
mucbLtlon.
The main object of the members Is to aU
tend to their own butlnes*, at d they think
the editor of "E. E. & 0." would deilve n
Kre »t deal of benefit by attending to hit.
There It not a member ot tbe " Q. A.," If
appointed to a petty clerkship at Fort Del
aware would wlah to have stripes sewed on
his coat aleevea to dlstlngu ah him from the
I common privates.
I '-Don't you know ?" the Q. A. adopted
I the uame they deemed proper, but had they
known "E E. A aversion to their
| title they probably would have requested
I, be editor's advice In the premises. If bis
I mb* » D d "Opera" will call at the "Quakers
I room they will he given the liberty to ad*
I dress the Assembly on the subject that la
I troubling tbelr brains. "Opera" does not
I like "Quaker," but suggests "Shaker." Is
j 8 be consistent there f I think not—trying
I to have a name used he has no respect for,
I perhaps
I The Quaker* can attend to themselves,
I 4B d wish no one to Interfere with tbelr prl
| yate affairs,
M
Respectfully
' " Quakib.
M
Faulkland Mills, Del.,
November 1,1878.
Mr. Editor :—Sir ; I am much sur
prised to read in your paper of the 80th
numer-lult.a most malicious or, at least, an er
I roneoua statement as regards the late fir*
at Faulklaod Mills. Whether this eml
, nated from you, or been published at tbe
in8tl(ea ti 0 n of others, I do not eare, but I
| politely aay vou tell an untruth.
Throwlng'aaide all your luaceurate names
. and statements, permit me to come down
I to what, concern* myself. My brother was
dliCharjfed ag you *tated. by one
|h# propr1etora . Nelt ber ar * uny of
th itate V„ inti you make correct. It seem*
Uo simple a thing to answer-so rambling
^ P tatement. Common eenae would satisfy
any one that It would not be to my Interest
I tQ |acrldce a day to see a spark. As to
I my private character, I chall uge It against
| on# who pots) bi y could make this
statement, and reel confideet It will
I I b#gr gg cloge iI1TeB ti ffa tlon as their'* cgu
I Soiicltlno- lalrnesa Tours
io - Soliciting islrne.s, lours,
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Out on the Brandywine, near Riddle's
Bunks, on the site of old Mt. Salem M. E.
MT. 8ALEM CHURCH
THE NEW METHODIST SANCTUART NEAR
RIDDLE'S BANK—A DESCRIPTION OP THE
BUILDING.
Church, the new eburch of the same name
has been going up for sometime past and
is now about completed. The church will
be formally dedicated to the services of
God to morrow.
HOW THE CHURCH LOOKS.
The architecture oi the building is beaut 1
ful and symmetrical aud situated, as it la,
on a high elevation, It stands out in hold
relief. Tho building Is conttrueted of
Brandywine blue granite, aud the masonry
work was done by Mr. John Macklem. ,lt
I Is nearly square on tbe ground, the church
1 proper Is on the west and the Sunday school
| room and class rooms on the east, with a
1 ton er 16 feet square,In the southeast corner.
This tower Is sixty-two feet high,and whin
you stand on its top and look away across
the count: y you have a view tbar 1* mag*
. nlflcent and far-reaching. Over the main
I entrance to the church is a triangular block
1 0 f brown stone bearing this Inscription :
jImEB RIDDLE**
'He being dead -n-aketh.'
I MDCCCLXX'II."
1 The crlllBjr oi tbo church Is twelve feet
I hfvh un the clear and forty-two feet to the
*1 ii is composed o» Virginia pine and
hlgh|v pol ,. hfd „ ud fluiabed. The light
comes,In-o the church f rough window, of
|o clegai t dealgu and large stz t. Near the
| top ol the window In front, is a t.atln In
-criptlon which reads one »sy, "The father'
, 8 n ut [he "on, the .on is no' the spirit, and
the spirit 1* uot the Father," aud the other
ei.y, "The Father Is God, the Son ts God
md the Spirit Is God." The seats, arranged
semi-circular, and will easily seat 40.)
persona. Along tbe sisles and around th )
-eat* the floorwi l becvp td alththrcr
;ply Ingrain carpet of neat pattern.
fho church, all Id all, Inside and out, Is
probably tha handsomest In the State. The
best material has been used, the beauty of
the structure la pleasing, and the whole
I thing lu the way of dimension* Is harmony
I reelf. The whole cost will be a trifle lees
thgD gio oOO Much toward the successful
1 termination of the work 1* due the pastor,
| Ki v. C. F. Sheppard, and great credit
| should be given him for his Indefatigable
ffoits In bringing about the end,
The dimensions of the cburch, on the
ground plan aro as follow*: Main room.
| d 5 X 45 f e ct; Sunday School room, 80x88
feet.; Claaa room, 16x88 feet; tower, 16x16
Two of these windows are
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teet
The building will be dedicated to-morrow
| „ nd the ceremonies will be lntsraating, aud
no doubt largely attended.
NEW WHEELS.
The Friendship Fir* Company have re
, , , ,
celved a new set of wheels for their engine,
They will be painted In some pretty color.

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