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TELEGRAMS.
the capi mat rat.
_ OTBL g A*P tHIBTT OOTTAOXS
J«K5.wwdi«».
a spsdal from Capa May, N, J-, HoT - •>
to the New York Herald asys:
Mare than oaa half of th* principal por
i too of this city was dastrojed today by *
isrrlbls ea^*«Uon which m* a .JR**
Of forty am through th* ceatrsl f
ihsettT faaned by s g*l* of w,nd fr0 "*
' All the best balldtngs at this
the finest and most costly ar*
streeu, and closely
fir
to
northwest.
res©!*, even
of wood, with narrow
strucnres ol this lnfsmmsbl* ms
sdjolStDg
trial. A wind Wowing at forty miles **
hour, a *re department so called, consist Ins
ol one antiquated hand engine, and s smsj)
lot of rotten and worthless hose, It Is not s
matter of wonder that a flr* once started
haye swept all before It. Nothing
prevsotod th* snnlhIllation of th# entire
city, hut the courtesy sad promptness of the
Camden fir* Depart meat and General 8*w
^ superintendent of the ^Teet Jersey Rail
roii, who sent (team tr* engines end
trained flremem by special train to the re
lief of th* threatened elty.
mix call or IH01XDIABISM.
About the or'gen of the fire on# thlag U
certain, namely, that It was a dasUrldy sc
of an Ineeadlary. It wss discovered on the
top floor o< the Ocean Hoose, sn old timber
box structure in which there we« no occu
pant and of course no flr*, which was sup
posed to have been closed since th# end or
lestssasoa, and whence no flames could
bet* eome by accident The smell of kero
sene is said to have been very apparent st
this spot to those who first arrived on the
cronnd. Tbs Ocean Hons# was owned bv
lamnelR- Ludlem, and Is said to have
been insnred for a large amount. Eleven
hotels and public cottagss were destioyid
and about twenty-five private cottsgee, b«
aldec bath Louse* billiard and bowling sa
le*** and outhouses. Through tbs exer
tions of the Camden firemen and tbs steam
engines- th* Asms# were checked when they
reached block ton Row, * number of fine
cottsgee opposite th* magnificent plan* ol
the Stockton House, which Is one of the
handsomest hotel sxructur -« of any summer
resort In th* country. This I* the only on#
left *1 th*{pi lnclpsl hotels.
no Lost Of tin.
There was no Ion of Ilf# during th* firs
but there wera some narrow escapes, and
several persons were more or lset scorched
and Injured In reeeulng property and fight
ing the fire. The store's and hotel lawns
to-night sr* strewn with bedding and furni
ture, piled In conftislon where It wee thrown
in the hart* of rescue, the Jumbled objec e
casting fant-ttlc sn dows iu the flickering
lights of the (till burning mine Fryer's
cottage, which has o»rn des.royed, was
next to the Ocean House st tbe end
toward the shore. Mr. Fryer hee been to
great pains and expense In the furnishing
and decoration of hts cottage, winch was
filled with rare and curious articles In
th* parlor wss a noticeable set of furniture
richly ornamented with gold, which was In
us* In one of toe French palaces at tbe time
of tbs French Revolution Among tbe
moet Important curiosities wss a rare piece
of china of great value and fully 1,000 year*
Old. The cottage was Insured for $5,000
and furnttar* tor $1,500.
HIIIOBIO UIMOaiXB.
Congress Hall wss one of the oldest and
most famous summer hotels In the country.
Its name is associated with hundreds of the
distinguished men and women of the past,
and "The Funnel,'' as a favorite breezy an
gl* of tbe old piazza was called Is a plea
sant memory ot two generations. Congress
Hall ranked as the second hotel in eg* st
Caps May, tbe first on* built being tbe
old Atlantic which was erected about 1785.
Tbe first Congress Hall wss erected la 1789
Thoms* EF Hughes. In 1868 Mr. J. F.
Coke as tbe agent of hi* wife, purchased
the property
Mr. Coke •
May, 1878, a mortgage of $40,000 wss fore
closed and tbe property bought by a stock
«omp»ny for $66 COO less thau Its vslue
Of this company, C. 8. B»yHs, of New
York, Is presideut, and R. J. Dubbins, of
Philadelphia , treasurer.
It Is Impossible to-night to send a fall
list of tbe Insurances. Nearly all the prop
erty was probably secured In this way.
This is the second time that Cape May has
been almost destroyed by fire. In August
1869, a fire broke out In a curiosity shop
called the ''Pearl Divers," which swept
sway half a dozen of the finsst hotel.
Th* fire burned stubbornly from seven
o'clock a. ns., until between five and six
o'clock p. m., and was cheeked at Wolf's
cottage. The water supplies were fur
alehed by artesian wells. At 11 o'clock
to-night two steam engines were playing
on tbs ruins. Iu 1869 this place was
swept by a fire scarcely lest destrastlve
thsa that of to-day—the old Atlantic
Xotsl, tbe Greedwood and many other
smaller places befog tot 11 y destroyed
Th# sight of the fire In 1869 was partially
the same aa that of to-day.
by
for the sum of $120,000.
went Into bankruptcy, and to
AMOITG OUR NEIGHBORS.
A few days ago ripe strawberries were
? icked from a plant on a farm in Warwick
wh., Che*ter Co.
A Chester Height* youth has erected
telephone between hit plsee of huilnesi and
the residence of his lady love.
A cav ehas been discovered near Wind
sor Castle, in Berks county. It has already
been explored 100 feet, and a large spring
was found.
A lady residing In Costesvllle, Pa., about
tolesvs th* house alon* s tins, tbe family
consisting of herself end husband only,
carefully placed her husband's watch In the
oven of the stove, having so fire In ft.
This dons to prevent It being stolen by any
tramps who might, break fn daring her
absence. Th* watch remained there for
several days, when a fire wss built In the
stove sad the watch ro&eted and ruined.
Uncle D .r.i' ■ Fcx has hsd th* beau i„
ftt) yellow cu>lams taken down from Jii*
windows and changed for lighter colsre.,
od«b Tbe pi ace looks like home no more.
LOCAL NOTH.
Sottarley eepts* picture* ^
for holiday presents st Sattar
and bolter
Pleureat
ley's.
Giro si nor# polieem n
ones.
Amusement this week will be few and
fir between.
Special services are now going on at
Olivst Chapel.
Sntterly's U the cheapest and best place
to get pheaographe.
Finest flavored oysters In the city at Gar
dener's, Seventh end Shipley.
Every hoy go*« to 8ntterley's for pboto
arapbs. No. 308 Market street.
If yoa want clssaly opened oysters go to
Gardener's, st Seventh and Shipley.
The London Circus p "*ed through this
city on Saturday on it* way to Virginia.
If
m*
at
88
to
a
of
6
Oysters, 85 sente per quxrt, Urgent mes
ln the city, st Gardener's, Beventh and
cure
Shipley.
SA
Where can I get a fashionable fall hat f
Why at McCloekey's Opera Hoo*e hat store
ol course. It Is No. 512 Market street. All
the latest styles st bottom price*.
Where can I get s fashionable fell bat}
Why st McCloekey's Opsrs House hat store
of course. It Is No. 812 Market street.
All the latest style# st bottom price*.
Those wishing life aliu crayons for the
holidays had better send In their orders soon
if they do not want to be disappointed, as
nur orders sre coming In fast. Sulterley,
302 Market street.
Jast received at Ross **u , Philadelphia
store, 115 Market e'.rset, a full stock of
autumn good*. I«R s, children's furs,and
men's winter caps, which will be sold lower
than ever before. Also a large assortment
of gent's underwear st low price. Give him
a call.
Just received st Ross' new Philadelphia
store, 116 Market street, a full stock of
autumn goods. Lidlet, childrens furs, and
men's winter esps, which will be sold lower
than ever before. Also a Urge assortment
of gent's underwear at low price,
him a call.
e
Give
BETWEEN THE BAYS.
Bslltbary hts a thriving Lyceum.
People live by stealing poultry In Kent
county.
Tbe Dover Baptist
great revival.
Havre de Grace, Md., bad a big dog fight
for $500 a side last Thursday.
Gunners sre shooting their Sogers off
right smartly now down the State.
General A. T A. Torbert, of Milford, has
gone to California for a month's stay.
The Elkton (Md.) papers are bragging
about corn which average 45 bushels per
acre.
Judge Layton, of Sussex, is suffering
from a dangerous attack of congestion of
tbs lungs.
The Local Option question went through
swimmingly In Kent County, Md., st tbe
late eleclon.
A one year old daughter of John D.
Blckle, near Milford, was fatally burned
last Friday night.
Tbe loss of cargoes along th# D-l«wer*
coast during the Oroher gale foots up to
something like $1,162,000.
A little son of John Moore, near Merding
ton Mills, died on Thursday of last week
from supposed poisoning by swallowing
matches The physicians sre puzzled, ana
tbe cause ol bis death cannot b* satisfac
torily explained.
-:rch i« having a
st
F.
of
BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH.
to
Wad# Hampton, while out dear bunting
on Thursday, near Columbia, S. C, ha*
his leg broken by a fall.
Sheriff Anderson, of Dallas, Texas, who
was pursuing Collins, iho train robber,
found him in Pembina, Dakoia, on Thurs
day evening, and attempted to arrest him.
Collins rosisted, and they exchanged shots,
killing each other,
John F. Betz
PORTER,
ALB,
BROWN STOCH
Brewer and Dealer l*
BARLEY, MALT AND HORS
CALLOWH1LL AND new MARKET ST
Phlladclphts
a
The Best Quality of MEDICINES
AT WILLIAWft'
The Most Reliaele Peopeietary
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNE8 .,&<■
AT WILLIAMS'
A fine assortment of HAIK, TOOTH and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Market.
A choice Imported Key West Pride of Key
West or Graulcy Cigar,
at williams'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
and Pure,
st Ninth and Market.
AT WILLIAMS.
Fine Ameuican and Imported Soars,
At Ninth and Market.
'Get the Best" WILLI a MS' SAPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE,
at williams'
Chotoe Goods, Accuracy In dispensing, and
Reasonable Prlren.
WILLIAM'.' PRESCRIPTION STORK,
Corner Ninth and Market.
ft.
i„
sai——- I ■ - _
^OU DO WANT
J- ^ ^ ANMOU CAN OBTAIW _
CLOTHINQ:
CLOTHING
AT TU
PRICES,
LOWEST
N. W. COR. FIFTH AND MARKET.
Who has the largest and best stock of Clothing for Men's T oath's Boys that can
found In this city.
If en's working pants from
" " suits "
" business " "
$10.75 up.
1.75 ap.
.75 ap.
If en's Fine drew from
Boy's snits^ "
Children's pants from 75 eSTSp.
50c ts up
5 >.75
SHEBIFF8 SALES.
^HKRIFF SALE,
^By vlrtueof a writ of Flue 1 evnrl Fades to
m* directed, will be exposed to Public bale
at the Lafayette Hotel. 811 Shipley street,
kept by John J. Dougherty, la th* city of
lmlngton, New Castle County. Del., on
IT7RPAY, the lfth day of November, A,
D„ 1878, at 2 o'clock p: in.
The following described rea estate via;
All that certain lot piece or parcel of land
situate In tbe city of Wilmington afore
said, oounded and described as follows, to
Beginning at a point In the easterly
side of Spruce street between El*hth and
Taylor streets at tbe distance of 64 feet 8
Inches from th* northerly side of Eighth
street at a line of lands of the estate of
riamnel McCaulley, d" eased, numbered on
the plot of 100 lot* sold February 4th 1858, as
88 89 sau 90, thence with a line of ss,la land
easterly parallel with wigbth street 80 feet
to a Us e of land sold and c>n vet ed to Ham*
uelW. McCaulley. thence northerly along
a lln- of Samuel W. McCaulley and land
of Joseph Lafferty parallel with Spruce
streets) feet to a stake la a line of land
sold to Jaoob 8. Weiutn, thence with the
same westerly parallel with 8th 80 feet to
the aforesaid side of Spruce; street, and
thence therewith southerly 61 feet to the
place of beginning, be tbe content* thereof
what they may. . , J .. . .
Also all that certain lot of iand situated
la ibe said city of Wttnilogto'-, bounded
and described as follows to wit: Begin
ning at the easterly sloe < f Kirkwood
street between Seventh and l*htn street
at tne distunes of 111 feet from the south
er'y slae of Eighth street, thence easterly
and parallel to Eighth streettbfeet 8locbes
'o a corner. i hence northerly and parallel
to Kira wood street 81 feet to a corner,
thence westerly and parallel to the first
mentioned line and Eighth street e5 feet
6 1-4 Inches to the aforesaid easterly side
of Kirkwood street, and thence thereby
southerly 81 to tbe place of beginning be the
contents thereof what they m*y,
ceiled and taken in exeouuon as the
property of Solomon J. Horn, and George
Leonard, Oeorge H. Johnson, e'eter D.
Ool'ins and E. Leper, t. t,'s, an* to be sold
ISAAC GRUBB Sheriff.
Shdrlff s Office ^ew Castle Get, JS, 1878.
SA
wit:
by
DRY GOODS, &C.
507 MARKET St. 507
J. T. WILSOB
Has last reoelvea s fudllneof
BLACK CASHMERES,
35, 5 , #5, 76, So and it H
BLACK ALPACCA,
29 2% 36, 50 and 63,
PLAIN ^ND FIGURED DRESS
GOODS,
fr-aa 8 up to M ceits.
CLOTHS AND CAfiSIMER-FOR GEN
TLEMEN,
WATERPB* )OF CLOTH AH beat shadfs
rom 50 cents to SI#3
SQUARE AND BLANKET SHAWLS,
A full line.
WHITE AND COL OKED BLANKETS
from il 50 to 25.5,j
WHITE and COLORED BED SPREAD,
WHITE FLANNELS,
TWILLED and MEDICATED
FLANNEL, FLOOR TA
BLE and 8TA1R IL
CLOTH8LADIES
CHILDREN
AND
GENTLEMENS MERINO UNDER
WEAR in great variety,
CORSETS all sizes.
25, 50 65, 76, 87, l.U", 1.25 and 1.50.
MADAME FOY'S IMPROVED COR
SETS
A SPLENDID ASSORT MENT OF KID
GLOVE8 1, 2 and 3 batione -
LADIES LaCE 'SCARFS. COLLARS
and ( UFF8 in great variety.
FRINGES, BUTTONS and a general aa—
aortment of Trimming",
far yourself,
RED
Call and see
JOHN T. WILSON,
507 MARKET STREET.
Black and Fancy
Silks.
We are now ofisrlng an elagant Un* *f
Black Silkh
From ttH eta. to 19:25
FANCY STUPE SILKS
of th* most durable colors aud best shades
at 62U cents and upwards. GOOD. ALL
WOOL BLACK CABiliMERE, at5<jcents
BLACK AND COLORED
and upwards. BLACK AND COLORED
ALAPACAS, of the newest shades at very
Bargains iu HOSIERY
GLOVES, Ac. KXD GLOVVw (pvb™ pair
pair warranted) very cheap.
Buyere may rely upsn getting tbe best
goods at the lowest prloee, at
MHFBIU/S,
210 MARKET ST.
marM-ly
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The advertiser a ret 1 red physlcan having
provldeutia ly dls-reve.-ed. while a Medical
Mlsslonery In Boutheru Asia, a very itm
pie vegetable remedy tor the speedy and
S e ,nne a h D .7? 1 1?? ^r Consnmntloft' Asthma
Bronchits, Catarrh, and all throat „i
lung HttectIons, also a positive and radiem
specific for Nervous Complaints feels It hts
duty to make It known to hts suflSrinx fe!
Iowa. Actuated by this m live he will
cheerfully fend (free of charg'd to all who
deaire it, the receipt fo, rmn.rina
lull directions for auccessful :\ P usln*' this
providemtally discovered . medy. Those
who wish to avail them elv » 0 t h« hene!
fits ot this disoovery withou oosis can do
stomp. ma,f ' by ^'JresstngTwtth
Dr charlfbp, Marshall.
No. i U Niagara street,
Uvrrvi.o, N. Y.
dby goods, tbemminosac.
S.H. STAATS,
NO. 40$ MARKHT 8TR9BT,
HAS
Jut Re#eir#d an Elegant Stoek
or
Fancy Hosiery
for LADIES, GBNT8 AND if IB# Eft
Also, Opening a Large and
W«U Selected Stock
OF
LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S AND
. CHILDREN'S
Merino Underwear.
THF VERY
Y LOWEST
RATES.
MARKET
Persons would do well to call and
make a selection while the as
sortment is completo.
I
I
1
qn receipt ot
Four Dollar
W© will iftod to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
SEm SHOT REVOLVER
AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES.
JAMES & BRO,
204 Market St.. Wilmington. Del.
freA M im^^"* n J* i d ""P'*» worth*
bustnes«..Ad rt reHs HTr»g
——
OBPDfAJTCE8.
AW ORDl'A-CK TO J-UPTUiwv
PAYMENT OF BILK* AOAIN8T THE
Belt ordained by the City Connell or
Wilmlogtoo;
Rectloul, Tfcat th« mdlDftnce ©Ltitled
"An ordlnADOft to regulate tine© And
manner of the paymeai or bj|i* Jgat
the city," pawed January 22, 1874. aa
amended August o, 1875, and tteptember
«, '875. be and &e ane ta hereby^ tnrtner
amended by adding thereto the following
section#, to Wits
Section 2 Tbe City Connell may
unanimous consent direct that all b Us
reported as correct by the Ooramitteee and
the City Auditor, eh*ll be read la their or
der, and 'he County may, upon a single
motion hy a member, direct the drawing
of order* in &vor of the person* present
ing said bill*. All bills wh ch hall be ob
jected to daring tbe reading, shall be
acted upon separately.
section ». All ordinances or parts of
ordl ances Inconsistent with this ordi
nance be and the same are hereby repealed.
Faaeed at tne City Hall, Oct. diet, J78,
M. L. LlCHTMUtXIX,
Prealdent of City Connell,
▲ttest-Edmnnd B. Eraser,Clerk.
novS 2t
fi> J 7
US t
bv
so
SHERIFF'S SALES
gHERiFF'S SALE,
By vlr.ee of awrltof J<evarl Faelaateme
directed, will be exposed to Public t-alo,
at t e Hotel of Wm. B. For*, at Kirkwood,
in Ptencader Hundred, New Caatle County
Del., on
TUESDAY, tbe 12th day of Novem' cr, A.
D., 1878, at 2 o'clock, p# m„
The following deecrlbed real estate viz:
All that cs. taln arm ar tract of land sit
uate lying and being iu Pencader Hundred
County of New Caatle and State of Dem
ware particularly bounded and described
aa follows to wit: Beginning at. a large
black oak tree corner of Oaten D. Jester
and William B. Calhoun's laud, and run
ning theuoe with the lands of said L'aih»uu
sooth 87 8-40 digrees west 2807-10 perchfs to
a stone la Cantwell Clark's line, thence
wiili bla line south 1-4 degrees east 31 *-10
perches to u stone In Joseph Bairn's line,
ibence with nls and William J. Hurlock's
land, north 8-1-4 degrees east 74 perches to
a stone, and south 82 degrees east 130
perches to u stone, a corner for David J>.
Ward's land, thence with his land sooth
81 degrees eaat 65 2-10 perches to a atone, a
corner of George W, walker's land, thence
with his land north 76 1-4degrees east 58 5-1U
perch<s to » stone In a private road, thence
With the said road doe north 18 perches to
a atone, a o wner of John MoCormiok'a
land thence with hla lana north 4U 8-4 de
degrees west 26 8-10 perches to a atone.
north 43 14 degrees east 83 7-10
perches to a stone and parslmon atnrap,
• hence sooth 83 8-4 degrees 4 7 JO perches to
a stone core*' ofthe find ot the Rev. Wil
liam Williams, deceased, tbeaee north 1
degrees west 92 7-iU patches to the place of
beginning, oontalnlcg one hundred anil
forty-eight acres, more or ,ad.4, with a frame
house and other out-balldlugs,
seized and taken In exeoutlon ts the
properly of iVllliani Kirkley and frarah J.
Klraley, his wife, and 1.1. and to be »old
IS A AC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Offlee, New fastie, Catcher 17, '76
thenc*
by
^HEKIFFBALK,
By virtue of a wrl' of I.eva'l Farias to me
dlteeted, will beexpased to Public ba'e atl
tne Hoiolof William B Ford,at Kirkwooi,
la FeucaderHundred,New bastlc county!
Del. on
TUESDAY,the 12lb day of .November, A.
D, 1878, at 2 o'clock p. w,
The following oe-crlb. d real estate viz:
All that certali lot -or piece • f laud sit
nateln the town of st. Georges on t Us
south side of tbe ro.i i leading from st.
Georges to Delaware City, bounced and de.
scribed ts follows to wit: Beginning at a
stake anc corner for a lot of
Garmon, ami 43u lent from the Junction of
the St. Ge irges and De aware f'tty road
with tbe (.'deesa Koail running thence
with the said line south 12 3 4U tus 150 leel
to a stake In'and for oerly o' Henry L,
Peckard and ihemc north 47 12 ea-t 5"
feet to a st. ke then'« north 42 • >40 west 150
fe j. to at-he In scsth side < f the afor,
s«l,t r.n I'henee wltn t,ue said od south
',7 3-40 w sst M feet»« Iha p!?.'•« o: beginning
containing seven thousand file hundred
square feet more or Is.a, vlii a frame
house and frame stabling tfce • on erecteo
Seized and taken In exeoiiMcn as i lie
property of Pullilo Iteriden d < e.ised, and
Isabella Reddeu i urviving mortgagor of
Phillip Bedden deoeased, and i i,
tTnomes H. Gould /Vdmr. o! I liilllp Red
den decesed, Ac.) and to heroin by
I8AA>. (ihriitl sheriff.
Sheriff's office New Castle, ( ct. 17, 1878,
herjffhale.
By virtue ofa writ of Ltrari Fuolas to
me directed, will he exp *") to Public
t-ale, at ibe Lsfayelto Hot*-l,84( ShlpW-O
kept by John J. Dougheity, In tne city ol
Wfimlngton, hrw Castle county, Del., on
s
SATURDAY, the 16 day of November, A
D. 1878, at^2 o'clock p. m.
The following described tvel eHate viz;
Ail ttate riyin lot or pared of land sit
uate in toe city of Wjlu'lug'on aioresald
biiund-d and described as to)lows to wo
Beginning at a point on Ure nonhwesterIv
hlds of Jacktou ttreet at ihe distance ol |.->ij
feet south urea'.til y from lire aouthwesterly
Mile of slialir r.4,4 avenue, thence north
westerly p-vtall-i with trhallcroas avenu c
ltM'eetolnchestoacurntr. thence t-outh
westerly parallel wltl\ Jacksou street ,50
feet to a corner < I Jacob 8. Weldln's land
and thenc southeasterly by line of said
weldln's land parallel with Ul'rtn avenue
104 feet 6 i/ches to the aforesa d aide oi
Jackson street, end thenc* tlureby no tti
eaetorly 50 feet to the pace of beginning,
bs the contents thereof vbatlney may.
Helzeu aud taken aa tae property of
Thomas Y. DeNormandle,surviving mort
gagor, and 1.1,, and to be sold by
ISAA'J GRUBB, Sheriff.
j^hsrlfPsOfH*e, New Castle, October'*!,
(^HERIFF'OBALE
,ii?J r „?jr rlt t? r T V#Ddltio '' 1 Exp^n- * to me
fhrelfk T? ei poied to Public sale,
v n ? ,e1 ' *OSb pley at> eei,
wS nmrtat? v 1,0 " llH * y ' 1,1 1110 City Ol
Wilmington, Ntw Castle County, Del., on
SATURDAY, ihe .Olh iliy of November,
A » D, lfe7#. at 2 o'clock p. m,
sM h .®K foI1 , 0 7 in . Bl1 scrlbrd real estate viz,
urnirem* 1 ,** 1 " tll , e Hr;, l InteifM of
William ureen, being thet qu ,) undivided
one third part of all that cctaln lot of
lat d situated Intlieclty of Wilmington
New Castle County. Delaware, bounded as
foltows; Beginning at a point on ihe east
nndo < !frere ll i blpley 8lroet betweenHec
u! 1 r l 8cr ® ets al a corner of land
r?L®i 0f o ° hen 'touthsrd IJUW OI
Charles Grean and William Wllsoa lr
hence aloug the ea.d laud, e .are, |y 4"
to r.re e ,*K 0ut ' ierl; '' P aralI ' ) l"Shlple y tree
.0feet, thence we»terl.v parallel to Third
street 4-> feat o tbe aforesehl sbie of shin
toy street and hence al . /g . M tdi f,
banning, n0f ' h ' r,y 20 ,eet w th!.- pfoSS o'
&€l£8(l and Ifluf'Q in €xecutlnn nu fit
frop.re -itWllllalu .S'S
at
Got. 23, 1878'
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M I8CELL ANEOU8.
t
SO'
GOLD MEDAL
has been awar'ed at the Paris Exposition
of187$ to
J. & P. COATS,
fer their best Six-Cord Speol Cotton, con
firratmr tbe estimate placed upon their
goods at all the Worl <'a Expositions i im
that at Condon 1S12, to the CectennialE t
pesltlon of li70 where ih-y took a dtpioms
for **bU ERI STRENGTH AND EX
CELLKNT QU \L1TY
TueBecouu Prise of u BlUer Medal was
taken by the tVllllmantlc Linen Company
which claims ;•> be the special champion
ol American lmluetry, ano which has ex
tensively advertised a Grand Prise Pm ta
Is.
NO GRAND PRIZES were
awarded for Spool Cot
ton at PARIS.
Messrs J. A P. Coat? have estsAtr^hed i a
Pawtucket B. 1., tbe largest Spool Lotion
Mi is In tbe United states. Every process
of man true' u re, from the raw cotton to the
finished jpool, is conducted there, j heir
Americau made Spool Colton look t e
sward at the Centennial, and while they
have never claimed special merit for their
Amerlcin-made Spool Cotton over that
mnnutactnred In their Scotch Mills, w*
have Ibe satislaction of announcing that
they have so Identified themselves w th
this country, that
AMERICA, as
by J, A P. COATES is still
AAEAD IN SPOOL COTTON.
represented
Auehincloss Brothers,
Sole Agcnls in New York for
J. Sc. P. COATS.
MEDICAL.
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I,
I
JJyiHgri atsnl thorough blood-purifying proper
tins. Dr. Pierce's OoldcnMedlcarDlicoTery cans
all humora, to m Hie worst SaofWa to a commoa
Eruption Mercurial disease,
I their effects, are eradicated,
blotch. Finale, or
Mlntr.il Pol* ns amt — - . ,
and vleoroui hiullh in ' s sound constitution esut
Ushcd. Emdptlo*, Boltwhes^ Fever Soros, Sodz
or Rough »Un, In short, sit diseases caused by bsj
blotKl, ure con<;uercd by this powerful, purifying, ibu
tnvlpo rating nieiitclne.
Esneclnlly lissU manifested Its potency In 531*3
Tetter, Hoec KssK Bolls, 4 arbu»tlcs, loro 'MS
acrofuious gore* and BwcUlngs, Vt hit* Swsfj ,5
Goitre or Thick Keck, and Ealorsod Chih
If you fi el doll, drowsy, doblhtsted, hove ssllo*
color cf skin, or yellowuh-brown spots on face or
body', I re 1 " 1 v et hcadaclio or dizziness, bad taste in
mouth, intcmol lieat or cht|l» slternste* with bo*
Fhesjlow spirits, and gloomy fore
appetite, and tonpie crated, vou are
Toroid Uccr, or ** BlUowm." In many ctsei -
'Llrer Complaint'' only part of these symptoms tra
experienced. At a remedy for all euch cases. Dr.
Pierre's Golden Medical Discorery has no equal, a
It effects perfect and radical cures . .
In the cure of llronrbltk, Beresw Couchs, aud US
jrly stages of Conaumptltm It has astonished
dleul faculty, and eminent
It Use _
It cures
flu
tilO
physicians pronojocs
greatest 'medical discovery of the aic. wolls
:s tlie severest Coughs, It strengthens the sysleS
and purities the blood. Sold by ilnigBlIta —
H. V. PIERCE. >1.1)., Prortr, Wor!<ri DlspeMtff
and Invalids'Hotel, Buffiilo, re. Y.
\\etcej
i/ieasa®**
aitfoie
SIZE
®E , ' UTt C E AtHffl r,C '
No ure of taking the lanrc, «pul«lve. nstne™! J Pg*
turbunce to tne roustltntiou.<lleLor ^5 c up
For jrrinrifre, Kcoduch <s Comttpetloe*
Blood, l ain In th* Shoulders, Tl*htprtfc.t
Diudiirwt, Soup llraetettor* from tfc*
Tmtc In the Mouth, Bilious ottorki. Pain w wgJJ
of Kidneys* Zuternr.l 1'oter, lSlootod_
Stomuh* l£u*h of Blood to Head, take JJf' JTvffthf
PleMont Purrntlre PeBctn. In cxplun»Uon onjJ
rcrat'Ulal power of these PurjrmtlTO Pellet* t ^
pr'Sil a varietr of diseases It may be said jmfti " g
action upon tk« unimol eoonomj ft* a gt
They are
tliclr virtues being thereby prcKrved unlinp* 1 '^ 1 ^
any length of time, lit any climate, so that tlief "g
always fivsli an* reliable. This Is not the ca*™
pills put up In cheap wooden or pasteboaW
For all diseases where a Iautstivm ab" 1 *"'." 1T .
Purgsttre, Is Indicated, these little Jellctswmi 1 "
the most perfect eatlstUctlon. Ws
It. V. PUIRCE, M. D.. Pbop-B, World's DUpsM* 1 *
and Iuvalldi' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
nv
or
PELLETS.
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O O O
In others, s dryness, dry, watery, week, or Inu
eyes, stopping up, or obstruct! ion, of the nai Vongba
sages, ringing In ears, desfheM, hswkteg »»^ ulc fo
tng to clear the throat, ulcerations, scabs iro
voice alu red. nasal twang, oflenelv# breath, trap
or tout deprivation of sense of SI " cl J,i„ ( H(ere
zlncsa, mental depression, loss of »t>P e H t f' onfr t I
tlon, enlarged tonsils tick Ins couK&etc. |
few of those symptoms sr# likely to Os preaeu
case st one time.
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH RE* EB *
produces radical cores of tteworatcssesofC'^3
no matter of how long standing. Th® liquid irt ^
be snuffed, or feJtcr aprlTed by the
cr'8 Douclie. ThlB Is the only form o ''".m
may De snunen. or Dnier ammeu vj f
J'IE bce'S Douche. 11118 is the only rat®.® caB w
ment yet Inventxd with wldch fluid med* c Jf£ ,» 3
■ —ifjsctly Azn.»" !v
carried high OP and picBFXCTLT
parts of the affected nasal )
here or cavities communlca—
Bores and ulcers frequently oxtst, lls ,m
the catarrhal discharge generedy :>w>e<*u
Is pleasant and easily undor»tood,IToin , 8 cv
sccomnsnylng each Instrument Dr. „ tM
tarrh Remedy curi a recent ^Il<l < ato1 P le *ffi
pea mi an d jai euS^tsLBanta^ ..a
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