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THE MORNT1VG HTTRATJ>
WILMINGTON. DEL.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1878.
ONE CENT.
OL. XI l NO. 11,
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING.
OW IS YOUR TIME!
;VE HUHr EED THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH
OF FALL AND WINTER.
CLOTHING
*
tNUFACTURED BY US THE PAST FOUR MONTHS ALL
NEW AND FASHIONABLY CUT AND WELL MADE.
WE SHALL SEIL TUB GOOD4TBI* FALL
From 10 to 15 Per Cent Lower than Last Year.
still adhere toour Kotto, "SMALL P J.FHS AND QUICK PALES," wuich has
made ns the leading aid
OPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE OF PHILADELPHIA.
fc are the ACKNOWJ EDaEP LKADEbH OK FAWHTON We have brought Good
log and L w nice into Philadelphia The people apprecla e it The last two years
[citizens have bem better d essed, a,id at lower pile, a, than ever before. Any cue
miing this, let them drop la any hour ol the day, and see the rush for the New ball
plug.
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING.
!orne r Sixth ad Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia.
OUR CHILDREN'S dNDBOYa' DEPARTMENT, 626 chestnut Street.
YOU CAN'T STOP US! ^
o
WE ARE BOUND TO
+5
HALL'S
is
GO
FOE
BOTTOM PRICES «
a>
Ju<t received a Full Line of Gentlemen's, Women's and and Chll
dreu's shoes which I shall sell at the Lowest Possible Prices, which I e.
have maraed down to meet the times. X am bound to take the lead this
fall. Call and be convinced as to oaeapness. We will not, be underso d OT
Misses' Shoes, $1.00 and up
Women's shoes 1.00 "
Children's " 40 "
Also a Full Line of Ladies' Misses, and Children's full dress Shots at lO
the Lowest Pcss ble Price for Oasn. Remember the Place 6W Maiket ** ■
Street, Wltmlugton, Del , nearly opposite the Clayton House.
•»
$2 CO aud up.
1.26 "
Men's Boots,
Men's Gaiters,
Boy's Boots,
1.60
C8
J. Hall, Jr.
H
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
!l Great Sensation Produced,
BY THE
Grorgeoas oi Display
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
,T THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE
OF
NATHAN LIEBERMAN,
h.k. COR. FIFTH & MARKET Sts.
This Store is unequalled in 1he State, being perfect in every detail, and at prices pe
Mrly attraHixe to teose who study economy, offerl' gnoth u/ but the best, and h ost
llrable- good- at the very UL illinium Prices. We have the largest arsor mentor Meat
7*8 and children's Clothing In Uelaw»re i f the Latest Styles, and at the Lowest
ces, which the lew following prices will show.
,87 up
$3.00 up
8.(10 up
12 00 up
2.(0 up
,92 up
■7» up
from
EN'S STRONG WORKING PANTS
SUITS
II
BUSINESS
FINE DRESS
OY'S PUIT3
" PANTS
HfL.IREN'S PANTS
Call and examine our Fearful MARK DOWN Prices at
Great Clothing Emporium of
NATHAN LIEBERMAN,
S.E. COR FIFTH
11 goods warranted as respreseted.
W FALL STOCK
NOW AS
RGE AND COMPLETE,
AT
ENS TAILOR STORE.
jk fact. It <a a fact that A.^Coben, N. E. Cor. Second and Market, has a fine stock
■naad Domestic Goods alwaj a on hand. Also a line stock of Gent's Ku-nlshlng
piva him a trial, Cleaning, Dying and Repairing neatly done. Order* by mall
i attended to,
Yours Truly,
A. COHEN.
MERCHANT TAILOR
nr. B, ear. Second sad Mark* street*.
CLOTHING HODSE&
Grand
display
AT THE
BOSTON
ONE-PRICE
CLOTHING
HOUSE.
213 Market
AND
212 Shipley sts.*
WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
THE LARGEST,
THE BEST,
THE CHEAPEST
LINE OF
CLOTHS, CLOTHING
AND
Gent's Furnishing
GOODS,
Ever show a in this Market,
THE STYLES WILL PLEASE,
THE PRICES WILL SUIT.
THE GOODS WILL CONVINCE
That we can and will sell the BENT
GOODS FOB THE LEAST MONEY.
Our goods we warrant In every Instance
to bajust exactly what we represent them
to be.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Children, from 4 lo 10 years of age.
STYLISH CLOTHI NG
For Boys from 10 to 15 years of age.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Youth's from 16 to 18 years old.
STYLISH CLOTHING
Tn all grades for Men from the Cheapest to
the Best Goods In tne Market. Also a
Immense line of
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
This Department 1»stocked with the FIN
EST GOODS in the Market, including
Underwear, Neokwear and Hosiery.
Our Custom Department.
Attracts great atiention at this Season, be
cause o: the tine display of
FOREIGN AND D MESTIC GOODS.
as well as the ARTISTIC STYLE of cutting
and making oi garments by our practical
cutter,
Mr. J. H. SHINN.
W eordl-lly Invite all to call and ex
m ne our immense stock and learu tne
very low prices. Remember our motto;
"ONE PRICE TO ALL"
V >E. HOLMES,
PROPRIETOR.
CLOTHING.
New Styles Ready
GEHT'SAND BOY'S
CLOTHING.
We (nail be glad to have the peo
ple of Wilmington, eall and see the
LARGEST,
BEST.
HANDSOMEST
and cheapest strek of Fine aud
Medium Grades oi Gent's Youth's
Bay's aud ClilUren's Clothing that
wc saver manufactured.
WANAMAKER & BROWN
OAK HALL
6th & MARKET STS.
Philadelphia.
Q.RAND WIND UP OF TH E SEASON.
AT
HARES CORNER, DEL.
ON
THURSDAY NOV. 7TH 1878.
Some fine trials of speed exhibited. Ad
mission tree.
W. H, DOBLE.
THE HERALD*
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 5 1878.
t
tt
i
III
W. C. Pennypacker & Co.,
('Successors to J. E. Prloe A Co.)
Best Patent Flour...
Choice Family Flour..
Choice r'uperflne..
Brab. per ton..
....I8.7Sa8.S0
.... 6 00*6.76
... 4 OOafi 1 0
16.60
Corrected dally.
We ars paying to-day lor sholee wheat
$1.02; oholce corn, 46 cents.
. Adver. W. G. PENNYPACKER* CO.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
»nnrlre*,35 a. m. I Bun seta._4.6S d, m.
Moon seta.........
....a 18 a. m.
HIGH WATER
Delaware Breakwater....™.
4.43 o. m
wtii.sue ...
8 33 o. m.
W . Iricton...
9 05 p m
....4 19 a. m.
.8.13 ». -n.
.8 42 a. m.
_
THE WKATBMUi-Tu-Aay it
fa v an t o . i
LITEhATUKE.
The November-Dfcember number of the
North American Review contains the fol
lowing articles : "The Government of the
United States
Seymour; ''Systems of Offense and D-fenee
In Naval Warfare," by Hobart Pasha, Ad
miral of the Imperial Ottoman Navy; "The
Congress ol Berlin and its ConsevHences,"
by An Old Diplomatist. ; "Japan and the
Western Powers," by Matsuyama Maknto ;
"The Financial ftesources ot New York,
by William R
Department of
"The Public Health," by Elisha Harris, M.
D., President ol the American Public Health
Association; "Pessimism of the Nineteenth
Century," by Rev. Samuel Osgood. D, D ;
"Antipathy to tbo Negro," by Janie-' Proton,
"The Emperor Hadrian and Christianity,"
by Ernest R<*nan, Member of the French
Academy; "Contemporary Liter.ture."
Published at 651 Broadway, New York,
and for sale by booksellers snd newsdealers
generally.
by Ex-Governor Hor>.tlo
)>
jrt.lii. Ex-President of the
folic Parks of New York ;
PERSONAL. .
Dr. W. 3- Hitch of Laurel Intends moving
to this cly.
Rev. Father Vllllger, S. J., who during
the last twenty years has been pastor of St.
XiVler's Catholic Church, Warwick, Md.,
h ,s retired iromactlve duty on aocount of
old age.
Sutturleya is the cheapest gallery in the
city.
8 photographs for 50 cents (not find
pictures) at Sutterly 312 Market Blreet.
A large masquerade perty went up to
Mr John Hartman's residence on Riddles
Road.
A new bulletin hoard has been put up
at the P. W. <& B. Depot. The lettering is
done in gold.
The police business continues very dull,
Yesterday there were three cases of drunk
enness, to which the usual fine and costs
were imposed.
Prof. Alendock, teacher of elocution at
Rugby Academy, will ou Thursday even
ing, the 14th inst., deliver a lecture in the
new lecture room in the second story of
th« Masonic Temple.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
ANOTHER SHORT SESSION AND A SMALL
CRIST THROUGH THE MILL.
The Board of Health held Its regular
meeting last night with President Roberts
Roberts In the chair.
The First ward nnlsance on the property
of Hr. Wm. Bright, on Front street was
called and the ward commute reported
progress. Mr. Hiatts said that the water
causing that nuisance, came from the prop
erties of several persons, and be asked for
Information as to act in the matter of the
water running across the street, and was In
formed that It waa his duty to notify the
Street Commissioner.
The Committee on Impurities In the
Brandywine made tb. following report,
which was adoted:
Wilminoton, Nov. 4,1878.
To the President and Members of the Board
of Health:
Ubntlemen:— The Committee on the
Impurl Its la the Brandywine beg leave to
report that by the luvltailon of Mr. Lind
sey, the gentmanly Supt. of *he Augustine;
Paper Mills, we paid him a vlst on the 34th
ult , and were thown all over said premises
and found that all Impurities from the mill
were led Into a 30 Inch main and emptied
into the north race, a distance of 1540 feet
from the mill, and at a coat of 810,000 to
the company. Wo are happy to State that
this company has carried out the views and
Instructions of the committee to our entire
satisfaction, and we would be glad If ws
could say as much for the other mills OR
the Brandywine.
Yours Very respectfully,
Allen Smitm,
J. H Sharp.
Tile committee said they would have a
further report In the course of a meeting
or two.
All the ward committees ware then called
upon to report, any nuisance* that should
come under their attention, and not any
were reported.
The city must be in a vary healthy condi
tion, remarked the President and as there
was no further business the Board adjourn,
ed at 8 o'clock.
LOCAL note*.
Election dsy.
Boys sre pricing skate*.
Vote the Democrat ticket.
Board of Health last night.
Ice lorms during these nights.
Lookout for counterfeit quarters.
lee sn Inch In thickness was formed in
the country yesterday morning.
In Chester goodness Is growing, and the
church attendance Is Increasing.
The funeral of the Republican party will
be closed to-day at 7 o'clock p. m.
A newspaper agency has been formed at
the Wilmington & Northern railroad by F.
P. Carson, of Reading. By this means per
sons living along the line ot the road can be
supplied with the Herald, besides other
p.pers, everv morning by notifying the
agen' on the train
THE MILLARD CONCERT.
The Millard Club will give another of
heir dcllght'ul concerts on Thursday even
ln ,he Grsol Opera House. Mr. Mil
r rom t |, e club receive : Its nam*
and Mbs Beere will be p esent, and each
will sing two solus'and two duetts Some
of the solos an- selected from the new Opera
•'Carmen," which has created SO much In
terest In New York and Philadelphia. The
general e»leol itckets commences to-mor
ro * morning at 8 o'clock. A number oi
good seats are y<t for sale.
GUNNING d. BEDFORD.
We see by the New York papers, that
Gunning S. Bedford la a candidate for the
office of City Judge to fill the Vacancy made
by the retirement ol Judge Southerland
Dr. Bedford Is the grand son of Judge Gun *
nlng 8. Bedford, now long dead who was a
Delawarean. Judge Bedford lived in Brand
wine Hundred, a few miles from this city,
and was a famous man In his days. One
of his works, 'he "Farmer's Letters," which
appeared during the Revolution and were
widely celebrated.
FIRE AND ROBBERY.
The chimney of John Wllmer's house on
Railroad avenue near Tenth street, caught
fire yesterday shortly after 12 o'clock, and
a cou pin of young men who were passing,
observing the family running out, extin
guished the tire by going out on the roof
A'ter they were goue, a watch very much
▼ dud as a keep sake, waB found to begone.
Cue or other ot thu two youDg men Is sup
posed to have taken it, and both their
names are known.
CORONER'S INQUEST.
The inquest over the remains found on
the Delaware River near DuPont's Powder
Magazines, above EJgemcor, wus held yes
terday afternoon, but adjourned without
reaching a verdict, until Wi-duesday even
ing, when it la expected the body will be
recognized.
ILLUMINATED EXHIBITION.
The Illuminated exhibition of the world
si art In marble and colors, was given last
night In St. Paul's M. E. Church. It will
continue every night until Thursday.
GREENBACK MEETING.
Dr. Marshall, Greenback candidate for
the Legislature, Mr,. Doyle,' and others, ad
dressed a Greenback meeting last evening
at Qltlng Sun.
PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Henceforth we will give a column dally
to correspondence upon anv proper subject
for discussion. It Is expected that commu
nications will be written on one side only
of the paper, and accompanied with the
name of the writer. Hie Herald is sot to
be considered as endorsing or being In any
way responsible for the opinion of corrse
pondenta In this column.
WILLIAM DEAN AND THE LIBERAL
LEAGUE.
.# I •
Mr Editor A prominent and reliable
Democrat told me that he knew the liquor
league were organised and had their secret
agent* In every election district In the
county working to defeat me at tjje coming
election. I can stand defeat and still live,
and have a reputation lor Independence.
Can the Democratic party of New Castle
county afford to be run in the Interest of
the liquor league. Fellow Democrats, if
you want to be the slaves and tools of the
above set of men, then vote the mongrel
ticket, with my name off and that of some
Republican put on In Its place. Sboulf I
be defeated, and the balance.of the Demo*
cratlc ticket elected, no further evidence
will be required to prove that the Democratic
party is either a whisky party or Is con
trolled by the men engaged In that business.
Again let me say Democrats, examine your
tickets. Reepectiully,
Wm. Dear.
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS Ot HEW
CASTLE COUNTY.
Fellow Democrat* .—A combined effort
is being made by a lew designing politician*
to defeat the election of Mr. Dean, who waa
regular'y nominated to repreaent White
Olad Creek Hundred In the State Legisla
ture.
Prominent among these are several who
have, for the greater part ol their lives, en
joyed the honors and emoluments of office
at the bands of the Democratic Party and
one of whom, who at this moment rejoice*
In the prefix of ''Senator."
To effect their object they have represent,
ed Mr Dean as belug a "radical temperance
man," that be hae declared In favor of the
"Bell Punch," and that he haaalsodeolared
"that be doe* not want any dealer in spiri
tuous liquors to vote for him," both of
which assertions are gross and malicious
fabrications, and have not the slightest
touodatlon In truth.
They further charge that, hs Is an diemy
to the worklngmav, and that he ha* de
clared himself In favor of reducing their
wages. Thst thts Is sn unmitigated false
hood, a few well known facts will prove.
1st. Mr. Dean has duilug the past
eighteen years, paid out more money to the
laboring men than has ail of hie opponent*
within the Democratic party combined. It
Is safe to eay, and It Is believed, that hi*
books will show that durlDg the time
named, be hae paid to the workingman a
million of dollars for their service*.
2nd. There has been no effort made to
promote the Interests of the laboring class,
In the hundred, county or State, In which
be has not horns a prominent part,'when
his r.ftne was required he hue given it freely,
and when money needed to carry out
the work be has dispensed it with a liners!
hand.
Srd The common school, the laboring
mar's college, bus bad no twter, no more
ete-d'aet friend than William Dean, he
roely absented htmaelf trom n meeting of
the ». hoot voters of Me district, and when
business or sickness prevented Ills attend
s i, Ce, he Was always ably represented by
bis sou.
Ha was mainly Instrumental In founding
i reading room »nd iyeeum. In Newark, tor
<be benrtR ul the workingmen and under
the fost-r ng care ol the ttrm of which be la
the senior member It tins arwee from a small
b'giunl". to b' a deeded success.
With these tacts, known ol ail men, who
Will say lhat Wtilla(U Doan Is an rtrmy of
the worklngmsu, or Hi u it would be dan
gerous to send l im to the Legislature of
our State!
Bui, bis opponents, bearing the name of
D mi era s, and not satlshed with the cal
umnies, have bad printed and are tndos
>rloasly circulating spurious D mocratlo
tickets with the name Joel Tbompiun. the
Republic eh candidate Inserted aud that of
William DeaD, omttt d, wheiewlth to d -
ceive honest, but Illiterate aud unwary
Democrats. Can.Iniquity go further than
this! Fellow Democrats, spurn such tick-,
ets when offered to you, as a gross losult
to your man hood, and treat |i s author and
distributor as a mau Dot, fit to be trusted,
and at a traitor to the D m crutic party.
Whitr Clay Creek Hummed.
Hi
NOTICE.
The Singer Manufacturing CO. have but
but one office In Wilmington, 424 Market
street. Mr. W. F. Crosly alto has their
leadlines ou sale at bis office, flth and Ship
ley i-treets. Thia notice Is given to prevent
people- from being imposed upon add duped
by those who are bogus agents, and would
decoy the public to a bogus office. At our
office can be found dcv.- and second-hand
in ithines, cheap lor cash or ou payments.
Needles, oils, ami yurts tor all machines.
Tim Bi.'Jgbb Mamuf'O Co.
A. J. Van1)ozi»b, Agr,.
religious lfutures.
At the Preabher's meeting held In Bt.
Paul's M. E. Church yesterday morning, It
decided to eugage Rev. Joseph Cook to
was
deliver two lectures tn this city, In the
Grand Opera House' on tbs 8rd and 10th of
January next. The lectures sre "The Cer
tainties in Religion," aud "The Ultlaaste
America."
THE SUICIDE'S BURIAL. -
The unknown man who was found bangs
lug to a^tree nsar Llnwood, a *egk ago
yesterday, was burled by Coroner Faltlamb
on Saturday afternoon. Several pereon*
viewed the body, but none remgnlasA l
'Chester News.

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