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owEnAU, wiUi«Wig» by * n eM J t * t
mittince. - • z r .r~ 7. i—j-
??U»^Wy W.«brST
_
th(
. Tbe kite eleotion he* been productive ci
Vjdely divergent feelings, And haa created ^
to« assuMMetj W*.** *^:
appointment tomany. The leaders of the ,
Republican party are Jubilant, and look bffl
forward to a renewal of their power in the knQ
White House, through t b»* dT * , * t of that
•raet. ~ A fgWItll^M 0 *^® Aeademy to
ef Ma*ip ; ie Philadslphia, the *entien of ^
Ue name *8 *e next ruler was received
with aAormrrfapplaHSe; Blaine may en»
UgglMSke the stat to ii»k4 alight, and Will tW
he content te dgure among the ehiefr efthe
Senatorial Couit. The banking and monev
interest art for a strong government, to qw
Up the.prrtervitipn, of their ^ t " U "~
dieting wUth. Jhe Stj of a ' Sol ' d a0
^th" is inflltmtmg the mind of he
Jlorthern masees with * sense of eotne im»
pending dange?, eiMf'd eehsation akin to Jf
that oMhe antiilavery days, already
for a »tron*unscrupuLoni leader, W
tal
of
' MILMIJfl
59*
yiirns
who will again garrison the South in the
interest of fhe"maa and Brother." Grant
ia the man to db so—and will accept the
Republican nomination, hoping by sncces g
to aarry oUt tha view* of th* Korney lords
for a atrang gqvaroment, and at tha aame
time promota hia pat project of imperial?
bring tha govaromant:
The (jreenbwk or National party will
amount to anything. Ita platform
: jn t oomponnd of financial absurdity, and
economic negatives, and needs a political
pglicy of sufficient, breadth to govern
tioa; hence in any future contest its lead*
era may ba fra# iaric# chiafa—nought else'
The Democracy have been beaten from
their central poeition in New York, Con?
neetieut and Hew Jersey,and a choice must
be nude, if we do not change our tactica, to
regain thoa# States; by the absolute abas*
Jn i.fr. .nt of Indiana.and Ohio, as tha tame
policy would not win in both places
There is no nsa.ig. lamenting the past.
The defeat, Ik ahargeabls to the divided
councils of the leaders. How could the
Democracy win. Senator Bayard in Phi
ladelphia, speaking for the Democracy,
surpassed Conkliug, or Blaine in hia hard
money views, and thereby furnishing a
mien to undecided man to rote for the
, party claiming .to ha harder than the
other, upon the money question. Curtin
tha groat War gorernOr, as ha is called, a t
tha aamo time was making tha Alle
ghenian echos with inti - resumption
speeches ; bothmeu o: U ,h character and
of national reputation! .*!pear and WaN
laoe, who manag'd the campaign in Penn
sylvania, blundered. In those parts Of
- Pennsylvania where tin dishonest states
manshif , whiehgare.ua legal contraction
and therefore; brought about the prssrnt
misery, wee vigorously attacked, and "fiat
money" ridiculed as a fraudulent scheme;
the Democracy ff vie great gains.
In New York was a war of factions;—
not a campaigne •!iost a common enemy.
• How can we w in the next fight? As
it ia manifest that e cannot reconcile tha
neter
a na?
Conflicting view ■ i.l those regions where
the "Ohio idea ominatea the public
mind, withtho> .New York, New Jer
sey and Con ', uut, some other plan
must be ad , t - Let no nominating
•anventien be- called to gives ua candi.
data# for preaidaot or vice-presi?
deni In lieu thereof the various
State conventiosa to meet, and nominate a
mao certain to carry the Stats. For in
MSfice nominate Senator Bayard in
Dalawarc, Maryland, and the Virginias 1
lampton, Hill, Gordon, or Lamar in their
•wa group of oommonwealths, Stevenaon
la Kentuckey. Tnurman, PandletoD, or
Heodrinks iu Ohio, Indiana, lliinoia, aud
their political coageres, McClellan in
Hew Jersey, English who has the neck of
Tinning in Connecticut, Gaston, or Abbot
in Mastpehuaette, and the East, Banda)
in Petfhsylvania. Pledge the electors to
vote sftei their election—for the choice of a
Federal convention to be called after the
election, to choose a candidate from among
those presented by the different State* or
i groups ot State*. This is in no way im
practicable, and comes nearer the realiza
tion of the autonomy of the State than the
present mode. It fives te every States the
1 primary right of feveriah a candidate, it
•atyccta the favoring wrangle about *
platform, to the publie interest. It will
t aompel the choice of the most of fitting
i man of those presented, without aoneider
in« whether 1-e '« from a small State or a
large on*, m, the operative influence of
great communities, haa then ceased to be
factor in tbe election.
JtllF IT REFORM TX9 PMQFLJIA
fhi wage* #f whool teacher. |ra« it* I PiaM?
areawd - some yew»~«ge to «eet the *<H -
- ,t - -^ 35 £
vaneo m
This wa* fair. I* it however
of dressing and liyiuft has faU*n
the eott ■ _ . , .
lower than th. average of anti-war time.,
that tha, wage* of these people shWi M r«'
miin the same, when the quality of theu y«m.
service has not improved? There ere *o john
many family wboee JJJgJ
salaries in onr school*, that «>* PeoP
oust expect opp' aition to an honest j
mend for reduction.
AH
OToom
Inveterate smokers will take eotice that I £
th( n#w di „ ord4r) neoplasm, hw been up f« d g
T<n(#d for tba - ir special warning, and ai- j.
^ ' j^[ oat of evidence in the Yen- [)
*»,i.«.H
, g^d j ury 0 f doctors may Aid •* rl ? , L
bffl fc. The fact haa lon * b *' n Usned
knQ ^ ^ domMt i c and household science,]
that the nearest approach a man
to haT i n| D0 will of his own. is when h«ia |
^ ft#d , nd su.teinsd In an swjui^Ot
fruQe rf mind by an .ft.r dinner
h inkg fl#m the argumentive .ipto • ddr
tW lhe god, easy man I
^ MOgd be give , himself away to the |
|trtteg ; Q f or#el 0 f the household, is amiable I — ;
qw bi | l( prwn t#d, and hospitable to-1 x-v
wards expenditures to come, is that in the j
a0 hesofall these hia unnumbered cigar.
may sleep the "wonted.fires" that will burn I
Mm , dty his last will and testament.
Jf i( , an .gonizin* prospect csrtainly If
th#wif , of hi. bosom ean teetify ,bat H|j
W g* as waxundsr the melting influences of I
• l l 11 1 ; hiamen-l"
cigar, hew shsh his firmness, his 0 I
tal balance and clearness re.ist the »ccu -
mulated brand or hraDrte of the Havanul
of a Ufttinet H.ta.ltal^b kia.m
»■»"*■ *" rr z [^2!
vice and "possession, as the mediums say, I
fne (Here would be ne witness mors to be
for there would Ds no wun as
dreaded in auch » ea e. Camio bad Bivcr]Q
i«n>e.o.»ok,..;, hi. Mk
ih,t men »hou t ■ ,n e..m, ini. t l'e*M
„™,h. .o «> •.. 'rw
hare been afic*. \> n tation for Judge iilacK, I yate
who la resDon 1 ' 4 >r *bii qaidditr in the I
who is respon " ", / , I
Surrogate's C r,- . 1.1. u who.c introauo-1
tlon the stren^h o. the tobacco
rests. It was only a technical exception, |® h
howevsr, that ruled out th. proofs of the
Commodore'? excessive smoking, and thl B
new battery ol evidence may yet be ope-1
ened to show how excess in tobacco may j
... I
bsfsg the judgment and weaken tpe Wilh I
oil the heirs I
when (he will deem t suit all the neire. I
It is a solemn consideration—now that the I ,T
. , „ . . I v
judicial autopsy has become to be a matter i
of coarse with a rich man's will—how
th.d«*».iu».M.J
lo till lb« ..I.IT linn fo, unto u on b.
proved a. man has never overs,epped it. J
iH I
g
to
the
a
the
the
a t
and
WaN
Of
"fiat
As
tha
on®
na?
there is no telling what sort of dementia |
they may bring him in guilty of when hej
ean no longer answer for himself.
It is a great deal "more pleasant inside
the house than out of it these long cold
evenings, especially if you have a good
book or newspaper to read. Every boy can
have one or the other, or both. The hours
spent in reading are never lost- They sre
time well spent. They are investments
that pay from the start.
They pay in pleasure ami pecuniarily,
for a young man with a we!l stored mind
net only draws deep draughts of deligh, ,
from such evening occupation, but in hl a |
busioesa intercourse with the world posest- j
sea advantages which lhe illuerite can sot I
hope t» enjoy. Improve the long winter |
•venings.
The value of beards as preventives opj
throat disease, has been practically demon
strated in some prison? of the country wher*
t ;e inmates are required lo keep theii
face* shaved, that in a number of instances
ihe physicians hive oetltiened the author
ities for permission to let the beards of the
prisoners grow.
Are we to have an Indian summer, fir
have we already had all that is to he voueh
aafed us this year? Here we are, well
into November, and allhough the weather
has been remarkably pleasant, the marked
characteristics of Indian summer have not
vet made themselves apparent.
where
public
Jer
plan
candi.
various
a
in
in
1
their
or
aud
in
of
Abbot
Banda) |
to
of a
the
among
or
im
realiza
the
the
it
*
will
fitting
or a
of
be a
The fic3t Quality of MEDICINES
at william'
The Most Reliable Proprietary
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES ,,&e
AT WILLIAM*'
A fine assortment of HAIR, TOOTH and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Market.
A choice Imported Key Weat Prld# of Key
West or Grauley Cigar,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
and Pure,
at Ninth and Market.
AT WILLIAMS.
Fine American and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
'Get the Best" WILLIAMS' 8APONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE.
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods. Accuracy In dispensing, and
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE
may8 tt
Corner Ninth and Market.
1 PBOl
PiaM? . _ ^ ^
- _ - VnD BHXXT 1C0MO.
£ Hi
A«x»w,«ltaW5" 1 "
mitramtntt guaranteed tor flv®|
"""
a,
y
y«m.
john O'BYRNK.
Attornev and COUfell*r*t L*
Walnut Street,
j Philadelphia
AH
«,tpuinele
V
la
Cltlaenso)
I £ p£S!M&^®'I
f« d g $%£„,?„ ' ^
j. JOKa a
[) DAVIEAsON, sole principal and pro-I pot.
Tm room* wwsw.
L B01ia|tnnt ,treat PhlladelphU, haa Juftl
Usned a new medleal work, I
PRACTICAL OfiSEEVATIONS,^ |
evwnml^Ln^nmhner^oMan^^ulre^
| oj^llspntablyU show n h owlwt^a^^ |
^ betad, P^oe »l
* 10
• ddr * M "* ^j^^f'wa. *
I M gai
| DANCING.__
I — ; „ .... I and
to-1 x-v A ATT "NT
j V aIX VJ » |
Wahetftr'8
I ReopCDlllg 01 A, S- nCUSU)!
R . . Twlng A CadefflY,
If AmnC1D|5 A
H|j nnf l ou Cy Q l nir Cpn| Qlh 7(1
of I M||||ljnU TIJJ ||U ODUll Olll lU|
w J D I I
I —ATTHE— I
- Tfmpltf WUmtH§ ^ t M |
ijooie# and Gentlemen. Misses end Mm* I
S'iWS.'OTfMM
say, I seai0n , ■ ^ , oa ™ 1 80
be EVENING CLAUSES,
commencing Monday September 9th.
Bivcr]Q ent ] m$Q t 80 asa Monday aaci Thuraw»y I i
HrttHSsaSSJtesA
l'e*M comm.ncl.* Onob.i *lli- ^.|*"^J
sraaswag? 5is T s« v
I yate i e gsoiift g4ven at any hour to iult eon I
the I venlence. t ^ ^
I elide Walta Tangbt !■ a Yew Leeaeae
, arran »emenU for Schools and
argnm.ntUmlnmdMW^rlva^damsof
|® h * A ^de m y', at Robelln 4 Bro'e, No. n«
the Market Street or by m a» to
thl B g. WBVITER*
ope-1 UABOMIC TEMPLE. j
may j *ep*8*tf --__
... I 1 * ■ ■ 1 . 1
Wilh I W1NE8 AND Llt^UORB. I
heirs I , . . . ■ ■ ■ =^ 1
neire. I rrovivkii AND FOR SALE
the I ,T tvvtr TO HUrf I
I v nuA • I
i rr * nrr>iro>a T7FR WATER
—HAMPER8 SELIALKWAIRR.
- cises i N ?oS.'i E ,»E ITTE "'
b. ^ LiTOUB COON AC BRANDY
it. J
FRANCIS KELLY *«#,
< low market street. I
ia,o
B.
|
hej lV17-tf
inside
cold
good
can
hours
sre
mind
deligh, ,
hl a | CALLOW HILL AND NEW MARKET 8T.
posest- j Philadelphia
sot I
winter |
opj
demon
wher*
theii
instances
author
the
fir
voueh
well
weather
marked
not
r,r,v\«rxj cw/iTV't I
BRUffls S1UU 1 |
John F. Betz
Gaul's Brewery
PORTER,
ALB,
Brewer and Dealer lk
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
Refrigerators,
water Coolers,
' Clothes Wringers.
Au<l a full line of
'I
OeuHtently In stock. Prices to salt the
times.
H.F.PKIKELS,
,,&e
and
of Key
Strong
Soaps,
NOS. TIDE, FOURTH ST.
Wllming* >n, Del,
N. B.—Old Stoves bought, eold or taken
In exchange. ootio-tf
HAVE YOUR
CLOTHING
CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY
ALFRED LO ARSON,
and
STORE
No. 2 E. 5th. BTBEET
(Ueberman Building,)
Custom Work dene satisfactorily.
Pries ana food Work guaranteed
LOW
■Cm,
U]f>
B.
ail
w
l,p
ULAj
ffllfOMMAti
Sept, JtSrd 1878.
IUI will leave WUmingto* M »U»W*
Baltimorean^*n terinedtate station a 8 88
Baltimore and Washington, 12 61,11'. # 88.
miis elawafe^Ulon lMTeior
iWbw Castle 8 20.915, am, 106, 8 8U p. m,
Harrington and Intermediate station* »15
D^mar'and Intermediate station., 9 18,
a, m. 105, p, m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
>AD,
^K&2°and'JJew Yor*.M 5«a m
^"^"^infSbweiSA®'
referred to the time tables preled at the de
pot. H . F Rknnky .supt.
—- lomau _
L0TTi ^ „
^«TAA RAVi^A UlTrEKI .
* / ' mm
jrtwof
i|moJ ^',oou
10 ^ ol l.m each *.000
* t^rtWeSn* lujS
gai prises, amonn
|^ bU1 ,
I and Qovermnenispurchased.
TAYLOR A CO., Bankers
| u WaU 8t . N#w York,
K . F. Knnkel's celebrated Bitter Wine ol
I Iron will effectually core liver complaint,
I mandlce, dyspepsia, cuionic or nervous
| d*^;
I liver, etomaoh or intestines.
•XSfcfS l *to»,S
1 80 re eruoUtlons, sinking or fluttering at
the pit of the stomach, swimming of the
L^a. hurried or dlfflcull brewthlng, flutter
I i n g B at theh«»rt, choking or aulxooatilia
biSis.'*.^VfS«r«
^.|*"^J l (^"y" 11 ^ 1 7nM7of d iSie < tkln T ,nd eyet,
ss* sziiSt&.tXi
I constan Umagln toga of evl land great
depression of spirt*. Price fl per battle,
Be r wftre of counterleiU. Do nef let your
druggist palm off some other prepamtlon
f Q
other. KunkePs Bitter Wineiof .ronIs not
wld
PhUadefphJa, I*a. Sold by alldrugglsU,
j Tape Worm Removed Alive
, . , __ _ __
1 Head and all complete, in tiro boars.
I No fee till head passes, beat.;, pin and
1 jfo'mach warms removed by Dr. Knnael
26. lorth Ninth street, Philadelphia,Pa.
I He nd for circular. For removing seat, pi
I or stomach worms call on yeur druggist
and ask for a bottle of Kunhei's Worm
Syr rtoeM it never tails- Comman
si
E. V. KonBel's u.tral A E. E
Kunkel'fl ShaUipOOTor
.
I tke Hair.
to-.
are
Orders
MEDICAL.
B. F. Kunkel* Bitter Wine
at iron.
8T.
Tke best and cbeapestHalr Dressing and
Hair Cleaner In tl.e world, 'r tey remove
dandruff, alley Irritation, uootbe pad cool
the treated scalp, prevent the hair from
falling off, and promote the growth in a
very snort time, They preserve and bcaa
tliv the hair, and renderlt soft and glossy.
The; impart a brilliancy and a silty ap
pearance 10 braid mh 1 wiry hair, and as a
lr dresslng.lhey are unrlva led; eradi
cate dandruff and prevent baldness. The
Shampoo cleans the hair, removes greeoe,
.scruff!Itching,eruption, Cures headache
I oaufled oy beat and fatigue. Kunkel's
1 | Shampoo and Lu,tral restore hair to a nat
ural and glossy color, restore faded, dry,
harsh and wiry hair, Price per bottle fl!
Ask your druggist for them
Kunkel. Proprietor,No. 25
*treet. 0 hilaijel!rt!l= "*
or send to E.
59 North Ninth;
• r
HALE?^
'I
HORST OF HQREH0U1 & TAR
the
FOR THE CURE OR
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, DllflcuH
Breathing, and all Afleotlons of the Throat,
Bronchial Tubes, and Lungs, leading
to Consumption.
This infallible remedy is composed of
the Honey of the plant Horehound, in
chemical union with Tar-BaLM, extracted
from th* Life Principle of the forest
tree Abies Balsamea, ot Balm of Giles!
The Honey of Horehound soothes A*"b
scatters all irritations and inflahmr.
tions, and the Tar-Balm cleanses
heals the throat and air-parsaces leadint'
to the lungs. Five additional ingredients
keep the organs cool, moist, and in health
ful action. Let no prejudice keep you from
trying this great medicine of a famous
Doctor, who has 9aved thousands of li
by it in his large private practice.
N.B-—The Par Balm has no had taste
or smell.
PRICES 50 CENTS AND $1 PER BOTTLE.
Great saving to buy large size.
" Pike's Toothache Drops" Cure hi
1 Minute.
Sold by all Druggists,
C. K. CPJTTENTOV Prop.. M.
taken
A.
ves
BY
LOW
Sl ' '
retie lee
1 Co,
Main Office, No. 2 £^ast Second Street,
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CD
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sn cl
9
9
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Goal put in Cellars free of charge

J. B. C0frBOW 4 SON. Proprietors.
A "OH;
[ ■ :&€Vvr 1 « ,f>li:sn 'ieih ■ .
* Ai
The Best Coal Oversold in the
City
Put in dollar* Free of oharge
ALSO t i<
OAk AND PINE kINDLING WOOD
ENOCH kOORE, Jr
Fourth Street Wharf.
a y g srBMr.w-.i-ja
JUST RECEIVED.
1 THU - J "
Singer Manufg €o.
HAVE JUST- BENT TO THEtR OFflC®^,.
No. 424 MARKET Street,
, ry •: ilOflJOBa 80218 I)OB gn^DiiiJd OUfW
yr
V'LMINGTON DBLA'V ARB,, ;
_ t improved FAMILY MACHIJWI
hffttmesJF«^^)d,o »^ r , W fkmUlm' «1
largest invoice of the Light Running,_
ever brought to this market, notwltbsUnaM
made happy within th# lA.t month t»y onyfn
The
World Renowned Singer.
If you want a MACHINE, don't fall to secure a SINGER.
Hundreds »f people whohsv'. other kinds that do not g^jtWr
eK °The l S' , NGEK m\^HINE Is now se.l'ng for Just onehalftheorlslnal rrl°e for Mil
or on easy terms for monthly payments. Don t fall to see the SIN Gaft at
various reasons, ban
No. 424 MARKET Street,
A. J. VAN DUZEE, Agent
NOW ON HAND,
a
ap
a
fl!
A F^LL LINE OF THE LATEST IMPROVED
stoves, Heaters and Ranges
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE LARGE
STOCK OF
SECOND- HAND OFFICE AND PARLOK
STOVES.
In good condition which is being sold CHEAP.
*
House Furnishing Goods.
AT THE STOVE AND HEATER EMPORIUM 0
H. F. PIGKELS,
7 HE. FOURTH STIfflJ
tS. Old Siovo* taken In exchange.
■_11 't**
V< YOU CAN'T STOP US! rf
0
tO
WE ARE BOfiTND TO
4
of
in
A*"b
from
hi
S
V/A.l
HILL'S
Cft
OQ
FOR
S
^ BOTTOM PRICES ^
fi
Just received a Full Llae of Gentlemen's, Women's and »ndC b ' j
^ren's shoes which 1 shall sell at theLoweBt Possible Prices. ® ' m,
-- "aye maraed down to meet the times. I am bound to rake tl»e 19"" d ,
pQ fall, tall and be convinced as to oheapness, W* will uot be nudem
|fl{ _ Men's Boots,
hy® Men's Gaiters,
PJ Boy's Boots,
a
Misses' Mtioes, 81.01*' d p
Wcmm'H shoes l.«0 „
thlldren's " 4)
rt- „ Al »° tt Puli Line of Ladles', Misses, add Children's fall dress febo^t e
IiVD l ! oss To Pr.ce tor Ca-n. Kciuember llie Piece w M t
olr.et, wlimlngton, Del , nearij opposite the t'laytou House. r
82.(0 and up.
1.25 •'
1.50 ••
ves
CD
U1
| J. Hall, Jr.
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