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j I WfSIm. ' j : I ; : LATEST NOVELTIES. Ladies', Misses' and Children's } Furs, Fur Rubes, Fur Trimming , by the yard. Ladies* Fur Caps, La- : dies and Gen ;'s Heal skin Caps, 1 plush caps, ladies' Derby and j square crown titiff and soft huts, silk and cassimgre caps, children's stiff and soft hats, «ilk and gingham umbrellas, trunks, valises, eêc., at . J Rumford Bros., No. 404 Market street. W EBB, «mb 3 f«rmr, '\ No. 804 Market Street, WILMINGTON. DEL. 3 ?«r 5 ! W. Alsentzer, A'o. 337 Market .Street, Hum just received a largo aud well ausortod »took of Fur« which will be «old Eu*« of fcll kinUH coutautly on hand, altered end repaired at tho shortest the io fi ROBS' PHILADELPHIA STORE I 1 Ö Market St., Wilmington, •qUAKTKUJ K .'R Hat9, Shirts, Gents' Furnishing Goods &c. * Wholesale and Retail, (jthrisfmm (ßooth. 50 T . D _ JAS- C : JOHNSON, ,li I ItlltHf) u Frier*. At the 1 « JOHN B. MARTIN, ^uruwbinjj ndertaher, 221 SHIPLEY STREET, WlLMINQT N, Dan. ßB.öi.T5J, Manufaciuror of at»d Dealer In X-'XJNT -l?i CIGARS, Also, t; 11 brands of MJW TQMCmS* W'.olcsule ti liutail, No. 3 EAST FOURTH STREET. U hand a large usHortment of TeysamS BCoDMosf ©aodls, NO. 225 MARKET STREET. Ale* STOVES, CUTLERY. HOLLOW WARE. Colognes, JUxtracls, fancy bottles. Soilel Sets holidays: N. B. DANPORTH, Wholesale & Me tail ^Druggist, Cor. 2nd & MARKE F STREETS, ftiucoossor to JE. MoINALJU) • SUN BEAMS. Buel, who was hanged at 0)opers town, N. Y., for the murder of Oath. Richards, confessed his guilt. If the debts of a nation are good seourity on whioh to base its money, why is not its wealth better? Oar Pittsburgh cpeoiul indicates that the Ohio river is soon to have a "boom" Give öecretftry Shermau j credit for this. An explosion occurred oi the 14th, in the oatridge factory of the Tonloq Arsenal, France. Fifteen women and I seven men were seriously injured. ' The receipts of the Grand Trank Railway for the week ending the 8th. j instant $21,505 more than dur ing the corresponding week of lust : year. Herbert Hpencer, the philosopher, ; is a delicate looking mao. with a fringe of board around his throat in the style of Horace Greeley. Ho is 60 year3 old. There hits jasf been a forty-eight : hours rainfall m California. It was I } , more abuodmt in the Southern por . : t ion of the State, where the fall 1 aged two inches. . j Next S .ad iy evening, at 7:30 o'clock nfc the Liberal League rooms No. 219 King street Dr. J. E, Welsh, will giv d » leeturo on the Logio of Death, . J The public are invite 1. M my a woman dusts billard oh&ik ; j off her husband's ooat, and a big tear , rt.rn.lH in her eve ns she thinks ho* j ... , ......... Into he works nights at h.s desk by | the whitewashed wall. j Henry Ward B ieoher says : I know ; not which of the twain lifts man tlia j gentleness, where i higher—genius upon the Boston Post is lead to remark that he will back a mule against either. The fourth grand annual ball of the Fame Hose Active Association will take plao on Dumber 12» h, in Web ster's Dancing Academy. The Aotives intend making this one of the best balls to bo given this season. Lingham & Go., cattle dealers of Belleville, Out., have orders for 2000 j beef oattle for the English market, to j j be delivered before Christmas. Tho 1 oattle will be shipped from Boston. I A telegram from Quebec says J. G. I Ross has received from Paris a con I traot for 1,000,000 pairs of shoes, which I The pawn shop of Isaac Franks, iu Boston, wtis robbed of $-5009 worth of ; jewelry on the 13th. The burglars ! aooidently or purposely set tire to the ! establishment damaging it to the j extout of $2000, There is no olne to I the robbers. : * . _ . . j SiofALissi 10 Germany has not been I crushevi ny BiHùi»trok. A recent finie ' ral of a prominent lnadar of the SS, 1 . , , . attended by tsyin «utilizers and deputations from all \ f "*• 01 k ':° ,mpira 8n " ,rom tzor - I land - and 8 procossron nnmbenng 1 from 20,009 to 30,000men followed the made a «tard wh«n I ,i„ mn _ made a «tard, when 1 came down on Maimia I aaid Vio» mnii v îiïïSnt f.i'ï 'l'À , . lb Wft ? f ' lllQ yl One skate) ( went one way aud the other t other way and down I came on my— | Margaret 1 spoke her father. j Well, what? They scooted out from | under me aud down I came Margaret 1 yelled both parents. On my iittle brother, now wiiata's the matter ? ! will be made by- Forten, Constant** ' 0 ». A. new faotory, to employ 800 hands ! will be built at St. Smvear. | , ! oialistie par-y body to the grave. ; How Maggie Fell. seen 1 You ougn.to h ive seen me, ; vivacious voung lady to the u< said the w mini , I'd just got the skates oa . my— j I j I *fÄ« rx>ndrn?rflM. Ifhft daily issue ri the Londaa papers tens follows: Telegraph (minister till), 207,000; >Mii <lard (Tory), 200,000. The issue of the Daily News (Liberal) during the war of 1870-71 sometimes exceeded 300,000 copies ; it ages 230,000. The London Times spends more than $500,900 for its paper, and for its printing ink, $20,000. TCach ad vertising colunie in this journal, aud it rages nine pages of them, brings in a revenue of $35,000. The outlay in in foreign correspondence amounts to at least $40,000 per annum. The circu lation varies with the exciting .intelli gence of the day, being on the average about 200,000, and occasionally consid erably higher. No pains or expense is spared by the great London dailies to procure the latest »information from all parts <»f the world. Ismail Fasna, a grandson of the great Mehemet Ali, and son of that Ibrahim who scourged Syria and Greece is now in his forty seventh y ear,and spentsome tltne in study at Paris, and to the training aud tastes lie there received are largely to be credited the vigor and beneficence of his reign, la the Abdceu Palace there is a modest chamber, sim ply furnished with a Persian carpet, a damask covered divan, a few chairs to match, and a small gilt table. Hither every morning nteight comes the prince. His imposing form, clear bright» aye and firm mouth, show a man of great power; and I room the whole apartment takes lie steps briskly into the ; uirof business. From behind the small j gilt table, Where he scats himself, he , j ''"T""" 7 , " V"' th8 Khedive, like Louis XIV., Is the 6tate. | Alt |,o«*i, the formal -work of «dnünls j (ration is carried on through a Privy ; Council and eight ministers, these are j hut mere agents of his personal will, i and lie himself conducts every measure from the approval of a contract for coals, to tiie negotiation of a treaty. The smallest details of routine pass upder hUi eye, and the moanoet office» in the kingdom is directly responsible to him. As he sits at the table for- his j daily receptions, hi« brain is teeming with future plans for Ills people, ami with the details of those schemes, public and private,already in progress. He came to the throne with a definite, broad and enlightened policy of govern ment formed in his mind; and his first I act was one of far-rePAhing mercy to 1 his poorest subjects. His private busl j nçss, too, is of great magnitude, and already his indefatigable energy and ; • ou '> ti judgment have made liim the wealthiest land owner in Egypt. But now the two Arab chasseurs on the stair-landing throw open the door, and i the first party enters, the Khedive'» : ions, who aro the chie<'6 of the Prlvj ; Council and the Ministers of War, j Finance and Public Works. After thh | follows the reception of tho other Min I , «ters and of such functionaries j have occasion to consult him. Then. j till noon, comes a long line of consuls I general and such foreigners as feel a j desire to converse with royalty. One of the most remarkable trails-of the KJiedive is his accessibility to strangers. His greeting is always com tenus and cordial; his French the most faultless Parisian ; und his conversational powers SÄ, too • „ifhe won à specialist in each. Thh audience is closed when the gun from # ihe citadel annolinces the hour foi breakfast; but the end of this briei space finds him again at his post, when he sits transacting every kind of busi ness until seven in the evening, when another hour is given to dinner,* After th ia except on the not too frequent - occasion» when he passes the evening on the balcony, smoking and chatting with personal friondslthe Khedive ( returns yet again to the chamber, and until past midnight he keeps at work, | surrounded by his whole stall'of score j tarios, chamberlains, and other olHelals Thus fourteen hours-of hard toil on i as niuj every subject j nearly,jßvery 'tyy in the year attest the intense vitality and administrative Yig«*r of the man whom some look upon as v. I modern Sardanapalus. Neglected opportunities. Do yon know anybody that is buried up in that cemetery? said an elderly lady passenger to a railroad conductor, pointing' to a resting plaoa for the dead that the cars Wire whizz ing past. No, madam, I'don't. How long have you been condmfcer this road? lag About four years, Well, if I'd been four ye rs on this road, 1 d found out suthiu' or other a* I shM hate to 1 * 6 - >•« i'utu. ignorant, and an • expression of extreme distrust stole • over her face parasol with a thud. she put down her TheG-aleChilledPlow is tho butplrvrin the t -or'd I and was awarded tho »old •r I Medal at Pari* Exposi. JLeJWk**- tiou. 187 Other Plow« - ifiHÉ"!! I ' i"'TmÎ 1 competing. For circulars apply to Oale Manufacturing (Jo., Albion, Mich. ATËNTS '.imJ and how to obtain them. P •*oe, upou rpceli ■-ga. Addrosa— phlst of Stamp for poat gilmore, smith & co. r , 0.11 s Uiy r. v /Ù.TTO.V- Z JAS. BFLT, Agent. Wilmington ÎOTAL ABSTEitfCEIAVTHCT fli\E TILL ÏT R1PEK8. There is a curious story about wines which an.- « \tcnii\c l v advertised nowa days, and have only recently been put upon the market. Dr. Underhill, the well-known grape-grower of Croton Point, died in 1871. Some of his heirs entertained temperance views of'stich extreme- kind, that tbiy were unwilling to nllöw the stock of wines then on hand to- 6e sold or any more to be made. The giftpcs havu sometimes been sent 1a mark#, and sometimes left to decay upon the vinès. It is only now that the other heim have succeeded in arranging for a settlement of the estate and the sale of the wines on hand. Among these is n wine of the vintage of 1864, described as a "Sweet Union Port," but suggesting the Imperial Tokay than any other European wine, and being wholly unlike any other wine of American growth. Its purity, age and mcllowne remarkable, and both physicians nr.d wine fanciers have a special interest in it as the oldest native wine row accessible ' siderablu r.uamitv. The whole stock isJn the hands of tlie well-known wholesale grocery of the Thurbers.— N. Y. Trihum, h< Nov. iç, jfrff. The above speaks for itself, but we would add that this is the pure juice of the grape, neither drugged, liquored nor watered; that it has been ripened mid mellowed by age, and for medicinal or sacramental purposes it is unsurpassed. It can be obtained from most of the leading Druggists throughout the United States, and at wholesale from the undersigned, who will forward descriptive . pamphlet, free of charge, on application. Respectfully, etc., H. K. & F. B. THUR3ER & CO. West Broadway, Reale aud Hudson Streets, Nmv-Yor Philadelphia, Wilmington and Haiti more U»»ll ttoad. OOMMNKCÎ 1 NG NOVsMBRR 10 , 187 S. TrrlnR will leave Wilmington as follows: for Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 7.(1 8 . «. ln.hMu 1» . u.Mo, 4 .oitT.»',». 4 « n. in. Philadelphia (Fxpr«HH.) 9 . 0 », 9.!« IP, ?. r, m PUIltidelphla and New York, -».3», 7.0«, s t.av, e. 48 p. lntrrmediatu stations. 7.08 p. Balttmi.re and Washington, lï.ai .3.10. s.39 u. W 67 , 1.04 5 . 18111 . 3 «, p. m. Tndns for Delaware. Division, leave for: Now casth«, .l'jlfi. a. ni. i.tiB,«. 3 »p. in. Harrington and lLtermeOlate titatlous, 9,in a Dtilmaf aud^nterinodlato liait uni r. ; Stations, 9 . 1 C a. 1 .UB p ra. P. ti. commencing Monday Decemaer 2nd. the nain leaving Wilmington «t 7 .P». will make connection nt Giay's Ferry wlin tho 8.80, a. in iruin from West Piiiiudelpbla for New York. SUJtr.1T TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations. 8,10 a, —. 6.00, 6,80p. in. Philadelphia and New Y'ork, ».09 6.46 a. m Baltimore and Washington. l*Mn, 4.106 B9 a m. For furtlmr information passengere aro refer red to the time table« posted at the depot. H. 9 . KBNNEY, tiupertatendan*.