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RAILROADS.
-.tit A, W 1L.-1 JNGTON AND
LA^HfMoftK RAILROAD,
10th, 1878.
yov
„ h ve Wilmington us follow!
I wlH
. nd intermediate stations,
2,80 4.00, ao,
bla
m.
T» 10 ft -
H t KxprMts .) 0 00,8 60 a.
fi mil mw York, 8 87,7.06 9 60
,te V "i 12 39. 6 46p m.
r„«and Intermediate stations,8 »
m.
P' ,r t ,mo Wa^tumfion, 12 ui, 2 10, a 89
Pi Delaware Division leave mi
KS.tD.V 20 .915, a m, 106, 8 80 p. m.
fcSgtoo anil intermediate atatlous 9 to
Kar'aniUiHermedlate stations, 9 16
Cll)6, p.m.
r' (wr.menolng Monday December
t flic train caving WlUnln^on at 7.<*
[•'"Ve connection at Gray's Ferrj with
K m train from West Pniladel ha
G»»Y- rk.
B . F- KENNEY, Bup't.
I SUNDAY TRAINS.
L plpbU and intermediate stations
Klflaand 0 jjewYork, 2 09, a m. 6 46
'!
an! Washington, 1201,2 10, 8 39,
timore
!■' further information passengers an
' tue time tables prated at the de
H.F KENNEY.Bnpt.
tnf-'r
furniture.
W. & D. McElwee,
Have opened a store.
fo. 504 Tatnall street.
flieie they will keep on hand at al)
I-.
irNITUKE, BEDDING, MAT
TKE'SES, CH AIRS,TABLES,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
STOVES, Ac.
ileverything pertaining to a first-class
rniture More They also keep a good
of-ecoml-nand Stoves and Furniture.
ucll 3m ___
FURNITURE!
J.4J. i. HAHM4N
NO. 410 KING Street,
W1I MINGTUN DEL.
I tcp Largest and Cheapest Assortment
IlFurnlturf* to be found In the Cl y.
I Alsou Fine lot of Steamed Feathers,
ltd til kinds of Mat reuses. seplS 1m
^rnitureand Bedding
L. F UAIR'S,
ID, 2t7 A.AitKEi.
AND
200 MiiPLEY STREET
Hasan assortment of ready made furnl
lure, that is not equalled in size or elegance
lyany Wilmington Fu'uiture house. Hav
nghud tho damage of the late fire, which
wly destroyed his factory repaired, and
mow ready to execute all orders prompt
Shipley
My-7-tL
K
k'arerooms 207 Market and 206
mi
PIANOS, ORGANS, &C.
PiAKOB,
KGAN8,
AND SHEET MUSIC.
FOR SALE AT
. BECHEtt'H, MUHIQ STOKE, NO;
yjl SUAUKT.T STREET
A GOOD V/. OCTAVE ROSEWOOD
PIANO FOR 9185 OA^H
All ln»trumeiits guaranteed for five
aprI8-lyr
NR.
nCTOSIOUg! TRIUMPHANT!
I AT THU
iCntemiial Exposition Exposition Universellt
I PHILA.,1876.
I The "-tier* unrivalled Grand Uprigni
l*wSquare Pianos, the recipients of molt
liusD sixty fiist premiums and Gold ana
Ihnvet Mi-iU;,, including the Medal of Mer
-■ i.inloma of Honor at the Centen
fW Exposition in 1876, have achieved at
Expos tl n Utilvi-rselie, Paris, 1878,
I over ali American and many foreign com
Miters, their
C *1N|) 4HOWMNG TBIIIHPH.
AT THB
PALIS, 1878.
■ras
MEDAII LE D'ABGENT AND A DIP
LOME DHIONNEUR.
Together with a Special Cerlttacat*
' ' u. rl, to jHi-nb ure-s, aperli.lend
: BI 01 *l»e Stieff factory, tor his extra
(w" 11 -' skill displayed in every part o
construction, the whole fi m ng a
vraiiil tsard, higher by for than
"JV' 1 any other American Exhibit
™ucinimstrai lng beyond doubt the Ira
superiority of the Stleff lnstru
The "Htleff" combines every quality ne.
tessitiy for perfection in a Piano. Its rich,
!™ d ." ellow and powerful tone has neve)
excel>ed by any other instrument'
p Peemlly in the treble does the "Htleff 1 .
hv .i° B ! I0W it" superiority over all others,
iin. ** hell-like clearness, sweetuess and
1 , 8> U S qu ility of tone, which lend to it an
mable charm. For quickness ol re
iL.. .*° '■he finger and evenness of toucL
"bughout the entire scale, faultless ao
fln ii'""surpassed durability and artistic
„ on, this Plano has Justly earuedaworlu
Wide
reputation.
c/n!f 0N , D HAND pianos of all makes
Li nt| y ln Siook, at from $75 to 8309.
. "Bent for the Southern States of tht
of bHGAWS lt0n * ° 0 " Rnd olher makes
of Pianos or Organs sent on
"mtcation. Address,
®AS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
BALTIMORE, MD.
(j N Receipt of
p our Dollar
Will send
to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
s lllllt SHOT REVOVEi
and A BOX OF CARTRIDGES
JAMES A BRO,
3M Market BL, Wilmington, Del.
A MARYLAND ENOCH ARDEN.
HI GO 18 TO Til SOUTH SEA ISLANDS, II
BEFORTI! HEAD AN® COMES BACK TO
FIND HI8 WIFI THE SPODSE OF AN
OTHER.
In the year of 1870, «yeung theologi"
cal student pas ed through il.e town of
Newark (Worcester county) en route for
the Synepuzent Bay, where, with fishing,
sailing, etc., he intended ts rpenrl a few
weeks, with the hope of improving his
health, which was very delicate, by reason
of too dose application to his studies.
While at that place he became acqainted
with a young lady and .n the end they
were married, aud lived to- ther for a few
short months.
But the implacable hand of duty pointed
toward the path the young husband should
tread, and it sent him to one of th« far
South Sea Islands, there to spread the
balm of salvation on the sins of the be
nighted heathen, Through delicate rea
sons the young wife was adjudged unfit to
undertake the journey, and the parting be
tween the loving pair, though sad and sor
rowful, was tinged with the bright hope of
their being united when a habitation could
be erected in the land where for the salvas
tion of whose people he had devoted his
life. News of the young missionary's ar
rival at bis destination was received at
home, and at intervals letters were ex
changed, when, through the channel of the
American Missionary Si c cty his friends
receiveed the
SOUL-APPALLING INFORMATION
that he had been killed, cooked and eaten
by the people whom he was trying to lead
to eternal felicity. The shock well nigh
sent the widow to an early grave. But
rallying, she again resumed her place in
her father's mansion, and was again woed,
wod and wed to a yonDg commercial tra
veler for a New York h< use. Subsequent
events went to prove that the yonng mis
sionary'* death, though coming through so
reliable a source, was false Under one
of the miraculong interventions of Provi
dence he escaped in a cauoe and drifted
far out on the sea, determining rather to
seek a grave in its peaceful depths than to
fill the paganized maw of a benighted can
nibal. He had been on the weary waste
of waters three days, and was well-nigh
passing in his checks, when a Russian
whaler picked him up aud carried him to
a Russian seaport town, the name of which
is unpronounceable, where under Mus
covite influence, be espoused their cause
against the Turk, was captured in the en
gagement before Kars, and taken to Con
stantinople where, through the influence
of the American consul, he was released,
and took passage to the United States.
Arriving in New York he hastened hither
with a lover's impetuosity and hope, and
found, alas! that his wife had flown—lie
knew not whither. A few eveniDgs since
he left Newaik an apparently broken
hearted man.
o
or
the
THE WORLD'S OYSTER MINE
CHESKPFAKE BAY OYSTERS—MOUTHS
BMLLED WITH THE LETTER "R-"
There is no one article of rood that ha*
grown sa much in the estimation, not only
of oar own people but of the world at
large, as the oyster, and to such a degree
has this estimation increased that the
number of oysters exported to meet the
foreign demand is constantly on the in
Fortunately the yield of the oys s
ter issopro.ifie and the river boltoms of
eountry are so favorable to its propa
gation that there is no danger of our ever
being unable to meet any demand that
be nude for this favorite article of
We
crease.
our
may
lood. Few people, however, are aware of
*he Immense amount of labor that is ir.
of
at
volved In the care and development of the
oyster before it teichesa condition to make
it suitable for the table.
In the State of Virginia the oyslers grow
naturally, the waters of that Slate and of
the Chesepeake Bay and its tributaries
being especially suited for its culture and
growth, aud so large is the yield that net
only is the New York market furnished
with ita choicest bivalve*, blit also tbe
cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore, and
the markets of the great West and South.
During the spring months, when our
oysters are spawning, ethers are brought
here from Virginia in sloops chartered for
tbe purpose, and on their arrival they aie
dumped in the bay, not for the purpose of
cultivating them, hut ti preserve them
daring the summer mooths, when, owing
to tbe excessive heat, it would he impos
sible to bring them heie without spoiling.
They are then t aken Irom the waters of the
bay as of fen as the demand for them re
quires it to be none.
During the months of Miy, June, July
and August the oys.er spawns, and though
it is not then considered a suitable article
of food, Bevertheless even then large
quantities of them are consumed by the
lovers of the article who cannot restrain or
•ontrol their appetites. By a singular
coincidence the oyster spawns during
months whoso names do not contain tbe
letter "r."—N. Y. Star, of Sunday.
A NIW WAY TO SOLVE THE TRAMP
PROBLEM.
Washington county authorities are trying
to solve the tramp problem. Between forty
and fifty tramps
for whom clothing i«*obelngjmade. The
suits constitute! a uniform by which all
wearing them will be known. On a tramp
enteiing tbe institution he will be put Into
a bath tub and thoroughly washed ; then a
tramp eutt of peculiar make will be fur
nlshed him; then he will be put t* work
and fed. On hie discharge he will return
this suit and put on the clothes he brought
to the house. Barracks are being ' !rr i rtf<1 t
(or housing these men, who wilt be kept
separate from the ordinary paupers.
If It takes one hog to make a ham, how
many hogs will It take to make a hammer I
—Only one pig—of iron.
are Id the county home
in
In
and
DANCING.
II
of
DANCING
Reopening of A, S. Webster's
Select Dancing A caden, y»
Monday Ere'ng Sept 9th 78
-ATTHE
Mnaoi tie ample. Wilmington, Del aware
Ladles and Gentlemen. Misses and Mas
ters wishing to become proficient In all the
dances of the day and to learn the t ew and
more fashionable ones will find to their ad
vantage to begin with the opening of the
season.
EVENING CLASSES,
Commencing Monday September 9th
Gentlemen's c ass Monday and Thursday
evenings from 8 to 10 o'clock.
AFTERNOON CLASSES,
Commencing Ootober 6th. Ladies and
Misses and Masters class Thun d.\ys from 5
o 8 and Saturday's from 3 8) to 5.80- Fri
vate lessens given at any horn to suit con
venience.
Glide Walts Taught In a Few l essons
Special arrangements for Schools and
Seminaries and for private classes of .allies
or gentlemen, ca-. be made by applying at
the Academy, at Robelln & llro's, No. 710
Market Street or by mall to
A- 8- WASTER
MASONIC TER ELK
Septaktf
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS &0.
CHRISTMAS!
S.H. STAATS,
NO. 406 MARKET STREET,
HAS
Just Received an Elegant Stock
OF
H V 600DS
Suitable for the approaching
Christmas Holidays.
CONSISTING OF
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ba
a
Silk and LinenHin dkerchicfs,
Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Embroidered Zephyr Work,
Pocket-Books, Fancy Baskets,
Laces, Rufflings, Ties, &c.
Besides an Endless Variety of
Fancy and Useful Articles
A T TJSUTZO yr TRICES.
Black and Fancy
Silks.
We are now ottering an elegant line of
Black Silk<»
From 62)4 cts. to 82:26
FANCY STRIFE SILKS
of the most durable colors and best shades
at 62t4 cents and upwards GOOD. Aid.
WI>Ol B1ACK CASH MERE, at 50 cents
and upwards. BLACK AND COLORED
aLAPACAS, of the newest sbaaes at verv
low prices. Bargains in HOSIERY,
GLOVES, Ac. KXD GLOV^-l ievew pair
pair warranted) very cheap.
Buyers may rely upon getting the best
gooes at the low
.0 MARKET 8T.
NOTICE!
•G
From this day until further notice, the
citizens of Wilmington and vici
nity can be supplied at the
ENTERPRISE
Clothing Store
114 MA.RKET ST.
With Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing
at COST PRICE. Bear in mind
that this is no humbug.
Call and be con
vinced.
J. !; K. FISHER,
ENTBBFRISI CLOTHING,
No. 114 MARKET ST.
WILMINGTON DEL.
Overcoat* too will be sold rcgardlew of
prices.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHN O'BYRNE,
Attorney and Consellwr at Law
614 Walnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
Ultlzensoi Delaware having law bmlnesa
in Philadelphia, or the adjoining counties
In Pennsylvania, will have it promptly
and properly attended to, by oommnnlca
ting with hint
In
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
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—208 MARKET ST. 208
WILMINGTON DEI*
F TJND ,
A Poor Man's Friend
H. FAYTER'S MOTTO IS
Quick SALES & Small Profits.
Our great Increase In trade allows ns to
give the working men the benefit of agreat
reduction In our prices We arenowofier*
lng to the public Men's Congress stnd but*
ton gaiters onr own make made t° measure
f 2.40 up. Mods, French calf Congress hand
stlohed to measure 84.00 up Mens,button to
me -sure 84 50 up. Mens, French calf boots
ba d st'ched to measure from 16 60 to 17.60.
Remember we sell no Eastern shoddy stock
they are ai t our own make and are all made
n the f remises,all goods ai e warranted and
a goon fltguarnteea. We have also a good
supply or slock on hand. Please javor ns
with a eall. Give them one trial and they
will reccommend themselves. Don t forget
the number.
H FAYTER,
208 Market Street,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
nOCLWJIOfl.
Of Fasti ng for hrist
mas and New
Year.
According to the American custom, Vik
enti ng. d'inking, going w the Opera, giv
ing marriage Ao. You are hereby Invited
•o assemble yourselves together daily,
ament—not all at once,) at the
t-oon asoouV
Great Boston
Cent.
Nine ty-Nine
Variety store; there to select whatseemeth
good in thy sight for presents for your
brothers and sisters, aunts andunoles, par
ents and great great grand parents, and
children's children's children, even unto
the 13th and 14ti> generations 1 he largest
and finest variety of useful artioiels I ever
offered
To The People of Wilmington.
Dolls from 10 to 99 cents, Tea sets 2 o to 96
cents, Alphabet anil building blocks with
maps card and board games for old and
young, table and floor croquet, smoking
sets, nine pins, tables, bedsteads and ora
dles, trunc s, stoves, kitchen set*, banks,
drums, books, shell and wood work boxes,
and many other useful amusement* f> r
children. Also hundreds of presents lor
adults too numerous t- mention, Prices
Come and
are down on many articles,
look.
801 Market street
Wilmington Del,
Enterprise and Wiliam
Penn Coal
VELIVBRED IN TOUR CELLAR.
WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO.
POYDER aYoWKSEHD,
FOOT OF FOURTH STREET,
*y-Cp town offloe. No, S AUmond's
Building. maylO-tf
Refrigerators,
water Coolers,
Clothes Wringers.
to
And a full Una of
Constantly in stock. Prices to (nit the
times.
H. F. PWKELS,
NOS. 7 A e E. FOURTH IT.
Wilmington, DeL
N. B.—Old Stoves bought, sold or taken
In exchange. OettMf (
cl
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING:
HOLIDAY PRESENls.
—o
As the Holidays are approaching, and people want to
've a nice present, we would invite the attention of the
ublic to our
Tremendously Large Stock of
Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Children's clothing in immense
varieties, from the smallest to the largest. Men's over
coats in all shapes, sorts and sizes, and Men's suits of all
descriptions.
We have just received an extremely large stock of Boy's
and Children's Clothing. This Department is so abund
antly supplied, that we can suit anybody in want of a nice
suit Or overcoat for their boys, from three years old up.
It is one of the compensations of these hard times, that
a thing so essential, as good clothing can be bought for
such utterly low prices, at the Popular Clothing House of
NATHAN LIEBERMAN,
ft. E. COB. FIFTH * MARKET »T8.
WILMINGTON DELAWARE
M-Satlsfectlon guaranteed.
FERD. CARSON
MERCHANT TAttOA
9
233 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON DEL
• j
DEC 11,1878
Offers for the balance of the sea
son 10 per cent
DISCOUNT ON
HIS REMAINING STOCK, WHICH IS ALL
new haring been purohutd this Fall. A rare opportunity for a First Class Suit.
CARSON,
No. 233 MARKET STREET.
DRY GOODS, AG.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
MS MARKET HXHEET.
HAB THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Wednesday & Thursday
OCTOBER 9th & 10th,
OF
OPENING DAYS
1878 Eall Season 1878
We propose to open the season,
by offering at a moderate advance on
the cost, a choice line of
IMPORTED
PARIS & BERLIN
CLOAES.
f the most ityliah and tuteful de
signs, embracing the handsomest
products o the European markets.
More than usual effort has been made
to make this opening a success, it
will include in addition, a beautiful
line of Domestic Cloaks. We have
decided to make our store the popu
lar resort for all who wish to look at
the newest and beet good* at the
lowest poedbie prices.
DRY GOODS Ac.
507 MARKET St. 507
J. T. WILSOU
Has just received a fall line of
BLACK CASHMERES,
85,59,65,75, 80 and 8106.
bLack ALPACCA,
28. 25, 85. 50 and 65.
PLAIN AND FIGURED DRESS
GOODS,
from 8 up to 65 cents.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERd FOR GEN
TLEMEN,
WATERPROOF CLOTH All best shades
irom 50 cents to S100
SQUARE AND BLANKET SHAWLS,
A lull line.
WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS
from 81 50 to 85^0.
WHITE and COLORE > BED SPREAD,
WHITE FLANNELS, RED
TWILLED and MEDICATED
FLANNEL, FLOOR TA
BLE and STAIR 1L
CLOTHS LADIES
CHILDREN
AND
GENTLEMENS MERINO UNDER
WEAR in great variety,
CORSETS all sizes.
25,50 66,76, 87, 1.00, 1 25 and 1.50.
MADAkEFOY'S IMPROVED COR
SETS
A SPLENDID A8SOR1MENT OF KID
GLOVES 1, 2, and 3 buttons
LADIES LACE SCARFS. COLLARS
and CUFFS in great variety.
E'RINGES, BUTTONS and a general as—
sortment of Trimmings. Call and see
for youk self,
IOHI T. WILSON.
507 MARKET STREET.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
J UST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE IN
LOTS TO SUIT.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
-CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
- do CLARET WINE.
—do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY
VBANCVB KELLY A CO.,
10S MARKET STREET.
Ivl7-tf
John F. Betz,
Gaul^ Brewery
PORTER,
ALB,
BROWN STOUT
Brewer and Dealer ln
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
OALLOtTHlLL AND NFW1 MARKET 8T
.Philadelphia-

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