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THE SECOND DATS FROC ENDING* Ol THU
WILMINGTON DMTRICt K. K, CONINB
NNCN. ' 1 '
The Conference convened yesterday
morning at 9 o'clock. T.B- Hunter led
in prayer.
On notion of Rev- J. France, the meets
ing took «p the- liat of Local Preachers
who had not been before the committee for
examination.
George R- Bristor moved that this dis
trict Conference reaffirm the resolution
mused at thelast Conference in reference
tothe examination of Local Preachers,!
that a brother failing to appear before the
committee for examination, shall not have
hi 1 lieenae.
j) fi Caldwell presented the following
resolution aa a substitute:
Rbolvkd that hereafter the Quarts rly
Conference of each charge in this District
abaii appoint a committee of which the ('as
tor shall be ebairnaan to examine Lo oal
Preachers according to the requiremei its
ef the District Conference.
ReV. J. B. Mann moved as an amen d
meat to the substitute that this whole auib
ject be referred to the next district Con
ference. The motion was ruled out sof
Order, '
After some opposition to Dr. Caldwell' a
resolution, that gentleman withdrew th«
words "Quarterly Conference."
Afler considerable discussion on motion
of Rev. J. B. Mann, the whole subject was
laid on the table -
t he list of Local Preachers was then
taken, and licences renewed aafollows:
Ml'Salem—J. F. McLaughlin, This
per ion on account of illness and other du
tie', did not appear before the Committee
on examination. Considerable discussion
followed on this case. His examination
wavt>J resolution, referred to a committee
consulting of the Rev. Mr. Shepperd. pastor
of ids charge, and the pastor of the most
doi.t'guous charge. The list item went on
aa follows: W. K. Galloway,G. W. Wo1,
c in.
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The caselof Charles D. Usinger was the
ntxt, who it will be remembered inserted
in the Herald some months ago, * letter
lilwlling Mr. Churchman of Claymont, the
fatte of which have appeared before
in this paper.
The following resolution was presented:
Resolved that while we regret the mis
take made by Brother Usinger, yet we be
lieve it wa* only a mistake and that we
hereby express onr sympathy for him in
his trouble and confidence in his Christian
chiJtBrter.
. R«v J. 1. B. Wiuon,
Leti Garrett
The liceme'of J. T. Scott of New Castle
and Brother Uiinger were renewed. The
latter gentleman was'recommended to the
Annual Conference for Deacon's orders.
Red Lion—James McCoy of Glasgow, W.
H. Hendrickson «f Stanton; Chesapeake
City Md—Alfred Bosee, (License renewed
on hia appearing for examination by a com
mittee of his cbargejNewark—J. F. Wil
liamson, W. E. Smith, W. B. Gatbrie.
Cherry Hill—R. C. Carter, W- J. Grant,
Thos, Freyer (Provided he pass examina
tion )Elkton—F. A. Ellia, Harrison Clark;
North Eaat—John Ford; Wilmington—
Eli Mendenhall, Lewis Todd; Zion—Jos
eph Miller, W. T- Miller, W. Brickley.
The following resolution wa* adopted:
Whereas this District Conference
after to an inspection of (he Wesleyan
Female College, have been greitly delight
ed with the change for the better in tue ap
pointments, furniture and service ef the
College since the inoumbency of Rev. J.
M. William* A. M., as President, and
whereas, we believe the faculty of instruc
tion capable and able, therefore:
Resolved that w* affirm our entire
confidence in the President, and lully tn
ful ly endorse them a8 competent instructors.
Resolved, That we cordially approve
of the comfortable provisions made by the
present management, thereby making the
college a desirable home for our daughters
and sister-*
Resolved, That the reduction of the
charges after Dec- 31st 1878, to the low
sum of $200, peranunan is an illustration
of the determinaticn to put the price of
burd tutiou Ac-, within the reach of all
ard ia thankfully acknowledged.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions signed by the pre-ident and secretary
of this conference be forwarded to Presi
dent Williams.
Dr G. A. Phikbub.
Dr. J. H Caldwell.
On motion of Rev. Mr. France the
Presiding Elder, and the committee on
programme was a
select the place of holding their next con
ference.
The secsion adjourned on time with the
usual religious services.
a committee to
AFTERNOON SESSION
The conference opened promptly at
2 o'clock,by religious services. The minutes
of the morning session were read and
wdopted.
Dr. Rittenhouse of the West Philadel
phia Conference being present was intro
duced to the conference.
The list of Local Preachers was again
taken up and finished. The following had
1 icensee renewed; Samuel Logan of Char
leston Circuit. Robert Smith of Rock
land.
On motion of Mr. Williams, the vote in
ihe case of Vincent G. Flinn, who was dis
prh.l of his license as a Local Preacher
waa reconsidered, and his license renewed.
I'he same was done in the case of John W.
Flinn, provided both gentlemen passed
the customary examination.
The disciplinary business being finished
. *he question, "Should tbe Presiding Elder
Districts in our conference be less than
foir?" was taken up for discussion.
Rev. J. France (pened the discussion
on the affirmative side.
The speaker thought three Presiding
E'ders were sufficient this boundery, In
stead of lour. His first objection was on
account of economy especially in these
times. The reduction would save $1200,
wnio'i mightgotosome other good purpose.
In our limits there are 108 charges, give
tbra,* Elders, each 36 charges. In Phil
adelphia, there are 220 charged, each
Rider having 56 chargee under hie super'
fiiion.
Dr. Bitienhouse addressed the confer
account of the work and ex
rent 5 his district in Philadelphia. Further
discussion followed by Revs. A. D. Davis,
and J. B. Mann and Presiding Elder
Quigg.
The next discussion in order was
"should our church license women to
prijach and exhort?'' Opened by Rev. J.
B/Mann. ....
Rev. G. R- Bistor moved that when the
conference adjourn at the evening session,
it adjourn sine die. _ •
The afternoon session then adjourned at
ten minutes past 4 o'clock.
ivsNixa session.
The conference reassembled in the
evening at 7.30 o'clock. The body of the
church was about half filled. Devotional
exercises were cor ducted by Charles H.
Sentman.
The Sabbath Schcol meeting was the
ebief phase booked for the evening, and
wa8 to have been taken charge of by Jos
e ph Pyle, R. H. McDaniel and J. J.
McMullen. However these parties were
not present.
d- Rev. George R, Bristor was appoimted
Chorister,
Rev. J. Owen Svpherd addressed the
sof body upon the sulject of the Sabbath
School. He expressed some surprise that
a be children were not preseat in greater
num bers. The subject of Sunday,'Schools
did not have all the importance attached
to it as it deserved. The mission of the
B unday school was one peculiar to itself,
and that mission was to teaeh the children
t tie word of truth. Instil into the minds
o. f the children the principles ot Teligion
ai id it will last. An idea that is given to
a ,:hild and it will never forget it. So
gr eat is the good result of early religious
teaching, that if you take care of the youth
wi th religious care, you take care of the
country and the church,
Rev. D. C. Ridgway ivasjthe next speak
* r . He commenced by alluding to the
p ro g ress of ecclesiastical thought, and the
pm the children played in it. The first
jleneao taught by the value of children in
thendigious world was taught by Jesus
when be said "Except ye become as little
children, ye cannot enter into the King
dom of Heaven." Through taking the
child into her m.dst, the church has bes
c some » vigorous and vital power.
The speaker then spoke at length upon
I he relation of the Sunday school to our
American citizenship. In onr nation there
Are many who have recently come from
foreign lands and many who are constant
ly coming. They bring with them their
immoral ideas and customs and their chils
tlren are liable to become like them .unless
some influence is thrown aboot them and
that influence we propose to make in the
form of the Sunday School.
At the conclusion of Mr. Ridgwav's ad
dress the uufinshed business was taken np.
The committee on the programme for the
next meeting reported and the report was
adopted.
Dr. Booth was admitted as a local
preacher.
A vote of thanks was extended to the
people, the choir and the chnrch trustees.
The conference then adjourned after the
benediction by Rev. J. D Rigg.
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I. O. O. F.
SOCIABLE OF EDEN LODGE,NO. 34, ON THEIR
ELEVENTH ANNIVERSARY,
One of the most agreeable entertainments
It has been our privilege to attend In & long
while, was the "Sociable" of Eden Lodge,
In celebration of their eleventh anniversary,
at Odd Fellows'Hall last night. The hall,
a large one, was filled at an early hour by
an Intelligent audience, composed chiefly of
ladles. Not only every seat, but every
square foot of standing room, except a lim
ited ipace reserved for the Battalllon of
Patrlachs to exhibit their proficiency In
drill was occupied. And as soon as the
Battalion were seated, benches were brought
Jn and were immediately filled.
Promptly at 8 o'clock, the Battalion
marched In, making their entrn for
the first time la public. As It
was compost'd of handsome men
ef soldierly bearing, who were attired
in rich uniforms, in which purple and gold
tastefully, though gorgeously contrasted,
Its appearance was imposing.
Tha Battalion Seated, an opening ode to
the gTand old tune "Duke Street," was
sung by the Lodge, when, in the absence of
Rev. Gaylord Moore, P. G. R., Mr. Speucer
led in prayer.
Col. Hsiiry Eckel then delivered a short,
excellent address, upon the "Principles
snd designs of Odd Fellowship." The
Glee Club, not being able to fulfill their
engagement, because of the Indisposition of
a member, H. F. PJckles consented to favor
the audience, and sang with his usual force
"Columbia, the Gem of Ihe Ocean."
A quartette composed of Mieses Kate and
Bailie Sbaw, May Taggart and Messrs.
Groves and Pollock, Miss W. G. Cornbrooks,
organist, sang several delightful choruses
In excellent etyle. The solos by Mbs
Cornbrooks, little May Taggart and Mr.
Whltcraft were tastefully rendered, and
Mr. Ferkler'a comic songs "brought down
Ihe house."
In tha absenee of H. C. Conrad, Esq.,
who was to have given select readings,
G. T. Maxwell was called upon and de
livered a few Impromptu remarks.
The audience manifested their apprecia
tion of the good things said and sung, by
frequent applause.
Tbe Herald representative la indebted
to the Committee o I Arrangements— Messrs.
E. H. Gregg,R.H. Ewbanks.J.M. Whltford,
C. W. Betts, Wm.R. Cornbrooks and John
E. Mullen for numerous courtesies, not the
least appreciated being an invitation to a
delightful feast of good things, after the
"sociable" was concluded.
Head light oil, the very best, delivered to
any part of the city, at 30 cent# per gallon.
Lawton's, 605 Market atreet.
Daniel and Derrick Crevistan, brothers,
fought with knives in Sparta, WIs. Their
mother Implored them to stop, and then
trkd by main strength to part them, but
they kept at It until Daniel was killed.
Baroness Mary JtuUk Artymoweka, 95
years ol age, and moving In the best Rus
sia* society, has just been banished to Si
beria for lorgery, fraud and bribery, leav
ing debts t» the amount of 2,000,000 roub
les.
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CITT COUNCIL.
MGCLia MSITIHO—THE POLIOS FOBCS TO
ns mCBXAB*i»—oraiB bibiniss—a
LOSS SESSION AND LITTLE WOHK.
A stated meeting of City Connell was
held last evening, President Lichtenstein
In the chair.
City Treasurer Vincent reported a bal
ance of |12,0S8,74 In bank to the account of
the city.
He alto reported having paid out since
his last report on account of the Cool
Spring Reservoir the sum of $178,18 and
la total to date $142,752,97.
Chief Engineer Mclntlre of the Water
Department reported 81 men employed dur
ing the week ending, Dec. 3rd. Pay roll,
$224,51.
8treet Commissioner Hoagland reported
81 men, 8 double teams and 4 single teams
employed by the Street Department during
the week ending Nov. 30th. Pay roll,
(188,01.
Mr. Maxwell presented a petition from a
number of citizens of the Tenth Ward ask'
lng the favorable consideration of the ap
plication of Mayor Allmond lor tho In
crease of the police force.
The following pittons were presented:
John Plunkett asking for a lamp on the
north side of Front stree t between Market
and King streets; Messrs. Joseph Bancroft
& Sons, presented lengthy communication
in favor of founding the water works en the
Brandywine north of their mills.
Mr. Maxwell called up for Its third read
ing the ordinance amending an ordinance
concerning the appointment of police and
other purposes.
The first amendment ai amended waB
adopted providing (or foursargeuts Instead
of t wo, and two special officers. The Ayes
and Nays being called their vote was as
lollows: Ayes, Messrs. Adams, Downing,
Guihrle, Hart, Heusted, Maxwell McGMn
chcy, Rowe, Taylor, Townsend, Wood—11.
Nays, Chandler, Conrad, Evans, Jones,
Knight, Lynch, Norton, Painter, Price,
President Llchtenstlen—10.
On motion of Mr. Painter when Council
adjourned, It adjourned to meet on Tues
day night next at 7.30 o'clock.
The proposals for lighting the lamps,
three of which were opened, and found
noaccompanted by bonds, and as It was not
stated In the advertisement for proposals
that bonds should accompany the bids, the
proposals on motion were destroyed aDd
the Lamp Commlttoe was Instructed to ask
for new ones.
Mr. Maxwell presented the following res
olution which was adopted. Resolved
that the Clerk of the Market be notified to
prevent for stalling In the markets In the
City of Wilmington.
On motion of Mr. Townsend the ordi
nance entitled an ordinance making extra
appropriated fer cleaning street, salaries
for 1878 was taken up, for Its third read
lng, and uaanlmously p.ssed.
On motion of Mr. Guthrie the proper
officers were Instructed to cancel the bonds
ofE. Farmar late Collector of Southern
District, he having settled in full.
At 10 o'clock Couucll adjournd.
During the evening the fallowing orders
were directed to be drawn: A. Traynor, $2;
Miscellaneous Pay Roil, $1,191,30; Police
Pay Roll, $1,408,34; Hiram W. Moore
$827,50; E. Farmar, $113,14; James Cur
ran, $44,20,
JAME3T. FIELD3.
To-night the great lecturer Mr. Fields
will lecture in the GraDd Opera House, his
subject being "Fiction, Old and New, arid
Its Eminent Anthers,
his subject will be "William Cullen Bry
ant."
Synopsis of this evening's lecture Is as
follows:
FICTION, OLD AND NEW, ANE ITS EMINENT
AUTHORS.
Importance of novels—Their rise In pub
lic estimation—Bad ones denounced—His
tory of some early attempts in fiction—The
great authors of our time: Scott, Cooper,
D'ckens, Thackeray, Hawthrone, "Georg
Eliot"—Personal description of their hab
its of composition—Anecdotes of Janies
Bulwer, Marryatt, Lever, and others—The
need of a better school of fiction—Faith in
the future of American novel writers.
To-morrow night
800IETIE8.
MEETINGS THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING.
Walola Lodge, I. O. ofG. T., 8Uth and
Market streets.
Fairfax Lodge, No. 8,1. O. O. F., at Odd
Fellows' Hall.
Columbia Lodge, No. 26, I. O. O. F.
Odd Fellows' Hail.
Washington Couucll, No. 4, O. U. A. M ,
at Mechanics' Hall. 219 King street.
Rescue Council, No. 3, Jr. O. U. A. M.
at Jr. O. E. A. M. Hall, 511 Market street!
Delaware tribe, No. 1 I. O. R. M., at
Maris Building, 6th and Shipley streets.
Exceisor Lodge, K- ol P., at. K. ofP.
Hall, 214 Market street.
Washington Camp, P. O. S. ol A., at Mc
Clary's Building.
Pioneer Council, No, l, Sovereigns of In
dustry, at McCtary'B Building.
Mt Calvary Decampment, No. 19, K. of
P., meet every alternate Friday eveulmr. at
McClary Building.
Wanted to See a Launch.— A gentle
man came from Philadelphia on the earlv
train thO morning and proceeded
Roachs' ship yard to see a launch, but
somewhat taken down when he learned
that no lunch was to take place there to
day, nor would there be any for Borne time
to come. He had gotten a little mixed up
about tbe ship yard, as it was Cramp's he
wanted to visit to see a launch, which
took place this morning. He evidently
bad witnessed launches at Roachs' before,
and the place became so indelibly fixed in
his mind that lie thought Mr. Roach must
build all she ships in the country_Yes
terday's Chester Times.
Fatal Accident.—A
at
to
waH
. T , ^ young man
named Joseph Peel, living with J S.
Nowell, near Brenford, met with a serious
accident on Tuesday afternoon of last week
that resulted in his death early Wednes
day morning. He was riding on a load ol
straw. By a jolt or something, the part on
which he was sitting was pitched forward
throwing him on the horses which
frightened them, causing them to run and
kick and befo e they could be arrested he
had fallen beneath the wagon, both wheels
passing over his stomach. He was between
21 and 22 years old and a steady and
ligious young man.
re
In spite of 11 an nr is coughs and cold
will make a lodgment In the system. Bui
they are not tenants at will, , ou can ills
posses* them with halk'h honby of hokf
, ND TAK ln les-1 line than it take,
Druggists" 6X 6 a Wrlt ' aoltl b y ail
u Dike's Toothache Drops cure In 1
min
dec4-im
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Henceforth we will give a column dally
to correspondence upon any proper subject
for discussion. It Is expected that commu
nications will bo written on one side only
of the paper, and accompanied with the
name of the writer. The Herald Is not to
be considered ae endorsing or being In any
way leaponslble for tho opinion of corres
pondents In this column
LETTER FROM SAMUEL TOWN
SEND, ESQ.
For the Morning Herald.
Mr. Editor:— It appears that the arti
cle I sent to your paper in opposition to
making one State of (he Eastern Shore
counties of Maryland and Delaware, like
sour grapes, was unpalatable to some peo
ple. The CeBtreville ''Observer" is one.
The editor of that paper savs he, aa well
as I, is opposed to making Chestertown the
Capital, beeauae Townsend ought to be,
d that I ought to be elected Governor,
for lile. When that is done, he continues,
he would move into some other Slate.
Now Mr, Observer, what horrible treat
ment it would be tome, to first proposy to
Kingdom of Maryland and
Delaware, and my election as its King, for
life,and then for you to run away and abans
don me. Do you suppose I could be so
ungrateful as to consent to part with your
one horse paper, and yoHr valuable ser
vices? No sir; your old Observer should
be the Court organ, and yourself taken
into the Cabinet; but for thefearthat, being
newspaper editor, you might take us all
to the devil. Yarns, Ae
1111
erect a uew
8a mcel Townsend.
Townsend, Dec. 4,1878.
LOCAL NOTES.
Council met last nigot.
Head the Herald dutiug court.
The holidays are coming along rapidly
new.
A Stat* Temperance Convention has baen
called.
The Dodson case will come up Monday or
Tuesday.
Are you going to attend Governor Hall's
Inauguration *
For holiday presents go to Li vton's, 605
Market s'rett.
The D strict Conference adjourned last
night for good.
Harley G. Brown's trial will be fully re
ported In the Herald.
Go to Gardener's, at Seventh and Shipley,
for cleanly opened oyfters.
The first snow came yesterday morning;
when will we have the next 1
Finest flavored oysters In the city at Gar
diner's, Seventh and Shipley streets.
Prices the lowest and assortment the
largast, at Lawton's, 605 Market s'reet.
The new extension library lamp reduced
to $4.7$. Law on's, 605 Market street.
Largest measure in the city at Gardiner's
oyster depot, S. W. corner Seventh and
Shipley atreets
China and glassware, knlvTS, forke and
spoons hired to balls and parlies. Lawton's,
605 Market street.
PENINSULAR NEWS.
Harrington will have an iron foundry by
January 1st.
The late term of the Dorchester county
Court cost the county $3,000.
Dorchester county furnishes three con
victs to the Maryland penitentiary.
A Somerset county lady has a bed quilt
composed of 6,000 pieces. Filty-two years
were oc< nnlcd in finishing it.
V r. vis ai in the mountain Baptist
Church, Harford county, resulted in fifty
five additions to ths church.
James A. Walters has sold his farm of
for y-five acres,situated near Pleasanlville,
Harford coun y, to Themis L. Beaumodt,
far $2,300.
A millitary comt any is about !o be
organized at West Bangor, Hat ford coun
ty Md. Twenty-six members have been en
rolled. Capt. David Jones, who served
five years in Ihe English army, will pro
bably be the commander.
,
ANEW SOCIETY.
A reading room is to be opened in the
Grand Jury room at New Castle as soon
as Court adjourns under the auspices of a
society connected with Immanuel Church,
but it will net he confined to members of
either the Churche or lie society, but
will be open (call who will join and pay
the dues.. It will supply a need long
felt in ti;is city, and should receive the
support ol all citizens who wish it pros
perity._
I jlOR S.iLE—3 0 shares of Claytf
stoc>, uew seiies, atone dollar a suaie
new pUu, toa iug tne full amount and
oollecuug the premium monthly.
M L. LIOHlEiNSTEiN Hec.y
novl5.ini
on Loan
208 MARKET ST. 208 !
WILMITGrON DEL,
FOUND,
A Poop Mans Friend.
isour^?.^ and profits
« " Za'lf, , 0 l „-i? It,cre '*' ,e trade
»■ 10 iin i* Uro . ' make made t measure
niobe/to measuVeTot) M°' 181 i. eSH hau,i
measure *4 A., m' 0 U P, Mens button to
band"tlehad lo ,Lo Meus / Iei ch 0 " lf b«ot
Reruemb.r wVse i ,m ll : e f™*" l" 80 to *7.50,
tiitv *, re .11 110 Hhotdy stock
ou the | remises nM*in ll | ke " n<1 ar<!a 'l m ide
agoon P nt"uSruted?^vlhavT«i antedan d
aupply of stor-k on liand ml i* 0 a KHoa
Wiih a cull i'i7« 41 dUU ' 1 lea ® avor us
W!>1 recommend u.em'el'v trl R' ar "'
the number. them.elves. Don t f rget
H FAY1ER,
208 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
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RAILROADS.
iffliSSK
Kor 10th. 1878.
Trains will los*s Wilmington as milowr
Philadelphia and intermediate •''•""J;
•faliaitelph's ( Express ' »JW 0 0 a. >n.
PullaJelphla aid v «w Yoik, 4 3' 7.05 8 w
i iu, U 6 l> 88 640». m.
Baltimore and In lern-eaimu stations « m
7.06
Baltimore aud Bay Llae 7 8.
tfaltiiaort* AJ 51. 2 0, »i
am l'io7 10 5 8 10 26pm.
Trains lor Delaware Division leave ,ui
V»w Castle 920. >' 1 p, a m,! 05, 6 30 p. m
Harrington amt iuinrmediat* station* 15
Delmar'and^nvormediwt* station* 9 16
a m 105. p.m
P, 8. CoTsmenein* Mon Jay Pecenibor
2nd. tlie train eavlig WlimlUatOu ut 7.(6
will make conneo'lon at (tray s berry wltn
the8.so a in. train lrom West Philadelphia
for New Y >rk.
H.F KENNEY, Snp't.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
'Philadelphia and intermediate station*
» 10 a m, 5 00 « 80 p m. , ,,
Philadelphia and Kew York, 2 09, a m. 6 40
Baltimore an I Washington. 1261, 2 0, 8 39,
a m.
For farther Information passenger* are
referred to the time tables peeled at the de
H.FKENNKY.Hnpt.
pit.
InnH-lv
PUBLIC SALES.
ATEW CASTLE COUNTY FARM AT
PUBLIC HALE.
'fbe undersigned, a c imrnlt'ee or th e
Tru t-esof the Pool . f New Castle to., wil'
*►1 at Public Hale, at tile hotel kept by
Will am H. Doble.at Hu e's corner, near
the premises, on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1'2th, 1878,
at 12 o'clock, (noon j
all that valuab'e Farm, known as the
Hare's Corner Farm, belonging to sa<d
Trustees,situate In New ( astb Humlr d.
New Castle Co. Del, on the public road
leadin' from Hare's Corner to Christiana,
and also on the Htate road leading to Dover
being five miles tro-n the Ol y of Wilming
ton, one mile from the City ol N w Castle,
and five mlnutig walk from Stale Road
station ou Delaware R. K. The farm
contain i about I HU acres, about 30 acres of
which Is valuable wo dlaud. All the re
sidue ia Improved and productive land,
divided lutoconvenleut Helds, welt fenced
aud watered, and has recently been well
limed,
The I mprovemen's are a frame mansion
house, large barn, two tenant I ous'f,
granary and other outbuildings,
all In good repair. 'There Is also n g »od
apple orchard on the premises. Person*
w shlng to view the premises can do so
by applying to I bos Appl-by, the tenant
t heron, or to either of the undersign d
The terms will be easy and made known
on tke day ofsale. A large portion of the
pnrennse money can remains* cured on tne
premises if detlred Bale positive. No
pcs'ponement on account of weat rer.
Dan'l Fakka,
Milton Lackey,
W'ilrniugton, Del.
•T. W. Co' CM,
Co ch'OBBillge Del,
Trustees.
Dec,5-tHT:wf
BYHTATE AUTHORITY
1NSURANCECOM PA NIE8
THE DELAWARE
STATE FIRE & MARINE
INS, CO.
Business done on the "Mutual Plan," thus
combines the strength of a Mutual and
Stock Company, with tho advantage
* f both, and avoids the disadvau
tage of either.
FIRST CLASS RISKS written at
EQUITABLE RATES.
Poor and Unprofitable
Risks Promptly Declined.
To avoid uncertain assessments, all of
our Premium Notes bear interest at tbe
rate ol ti per ceut, payable, annually, in ad
vance,
FOR INSURANCE IN THE
Delaware State F. & M.
Insurance Co
M
APPLY AT
515 Ma'ket Street, Wilmington D
WILLIAM rmiUllT, President,
C. 1*. JOH ' SON, Treasurer.
J. K. I ANT1JM, M. I)., Vice-President.
. 1 A S. 11 M Y EI IS, Heeretury.
Enterprise and Wiliam
Penn Coal
DKLIFt.HEU IN tUVH VELLAH,
WOOD IJY THE OOKD OR CARGO.
POY11ER & TOWNSEND,
root: OF FOURTH STREET,
*3-Up town office. No. 8 A'lmond'g
Bnlldinv rnavin tf
ADAMS AND BROTHER)
WHOLESALE ASID RETAIL
iMnsioii
506 MARKET ST|
WILMISGTOS,
Would respectfully tall the attention 0 ! the Public to their large and *•"
stock of fancy and domeseio
)
JELlWAllE,
holiday
GOOD
DOLLS A SPECIALTY'
GREINER'S PATENT
DOLL CARRIAGES BOYS VE' CIPFUFn
express wagon 8 SLEDS.
B O D 1
HEADS AND
TOY CARTS,
WHEELBARROWS, DRUMS, „. MTr Aj,
TIN NO MERCHANT
STEAM ENGINES, A PULL UNO OF
I CME TIC ii)Yd,
a large line ok cur pictures
raw, PAP ERL ACE
FOR TREE ORNAMENTS.
A.SD FANCY PA p
CX)ME AND EXAMINE JOUR STOCK.
DBY POOD S, TRIMMINGS Ac.
S.H. STAATS
NO. 405 MARKET STP.KET,
HAS
Just Received an Elegant Stock
OF
Fancy Hosiery
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND M!S8bJ
Also, Opening a Large and
Well Selected Stock
OF
LADIES, GENTLEMENS AND,
CHILDRENS
Merino Underwear.
THF VERY LOWEST MARKET
RATES.
Persons would do well to all;
make a selection while the as
sortment is complete.
[
Black and Fane
Silks.
We are uow ottering an elegant Jlnsol
lilack SSilk
From 62>4 ct». to {2:25
FANCY STRIPE SJLI!
of the most durable colors and tie-u&u
at 6ft
WHO
and upwards
aEAP VUAH, of th*> newest shales atra
low prices. Bargains ia HOHIE8'
GLOVES, Ac. KlDGLOVVk (eve" p
pair warranted) very cheap.
Buyers may rely upon getting the t»
goous at the lowest pi ices, at
CAW^BELL'Si
210 MARKKTST.
cents and upwards GO H), M
black cahh MERE, at hum
BLACK AND COLOR!
ruarto-iv
FURNITURE.
W. & D. McElwee,
Have opened a store,
No. 504 Tatnall stri
Where they will keep on hand at I
times,
FURNITURE, BEDDING, Mil
TREH3E8, CHAIRS,TAHLE8,
CARPETS. Ol LCLOTHfii'
STOVES, Ac.
And everything pertalulng to a Hret-d]
Furniture store. They also keep art
lot of -econd-band Htovfcs and Kurnitanl
octl-3m I
FURNITURE;]
J. & J. i, BAR Mil
NO. 410 KING Street,
WII MINGL'UN DEL
The Largest and Cheapest As» 0 'U
I Furniture to be iound iu the U J.
Also a Fine lot of Steamed K®
sepll> 1®
and all kinds of Matresses.
Furniture and Bidiii
L. F ADAM'S
No. 2d7 MARKET
AND
206 SHIPLEY STB
Has an assortment of ready
tore, that is not equalled In sizo . ol „ e !j
by any Wilmington Furniture ii«i" 5t '
lug bad the damage of tbe Into tire,
nearly destroyed his factory rcpju■* '
is now ready to execute all ordeis r
•J)6 8U
MfM
iy,
Warerooms 207 Market and
street.
U UT business vou oan
D.biO 1 85 to 820per day mad® W
worker of either sex, right it tijei L. ri
ftlltieH. PartioularH and Hftmpies
free Improve your spare tini® ^
business.:Address stinhon a i
M«li'.

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