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ten the • 30 pf ikk . 8rS'1 au >91 Mil V M ■n Vestrrn. . ici prëf. U ÎÎ5 r II» m pciilc .*4 © VSwSifiS ft I entrai. Sl & West 63M lLOM . Mi , lie in he [jnrT* J - Coupon. 1 .10" M . .IOC* f o ri i. Ï.LST0CKH AND BONDb. ' lUioal (*»fl Company. 93J Jfcnkof Unaware. »10 Vitlouul Bail It..».. *• tfttioual Bank . 41 .... 100 iVIl-and Brandywine.. »3 ,fire Ins. Co. ,8. It Co. »State Bomb .. •too City tls. den City 0» . uleCoimtyLoan »Raiiroa»!, •Railroad, extonNkm. nd.VirUiern,first Mortgaß« • VMtem K. K., l«t wiort^fftße. »»nger Hallway Co. mott.. [HallCo Bonds.... tiLMLNOTON markets. 31 M I MO. 1« ... lee 109 IQ 105 Mortgage . n 17 1(H) ITii.minoton, Del., Nov 26, 1877, , Donnai thp Bnwidywlne Mills for Grain- Corrected Dally. 8.00a » 0Q 7 nha h ho ,6 70»« «b rlQiu j-jr. leflour 1 40 «C miy ami sell stocks*, Bonds and Gold lû H York, Phlla,Baltimore' hi ul local markets. IKBR* AM» BROKERS." HouAe Building. KntrâWcp On ai* .btreei .. 14 Co, for American, Id Lines to tol Europe. P0H SALE. tfl t.O Mechanics Loan Associa * *3,(00 Franklin Loan A two cl a HAILROAMß». IDELPHIA, WILMINGTON A 2JIM0RE RAIL ROAD. Nov'K 26lh, J877. ^ ^ , ■tillleave Wilmington as follows Wphiaand Intermediate Stations, 1 109,9 47, 10 00 a. in., 2 30, 4 50, Lp ID. Mi New York, 2 09, 5 44,a.m. 12 37, Pip-m. we end Intermediate Stations, suit Washington, 12 Sl,l IS, 83», UJSM,0Ö, p. m. it!Delaware Division, leave for: tale,6.20,9.30, a. m. 1.15; 6 30, p.m. n<iml Intermediate H talion», at 119,6JO p. til. tod Intermediate Stations 9.30, i in. SUNDAY TRAINS. klpbia and Intermediate Stations, lion. 6.30, p. m. Wphlaand New York, 2.09, 5 44, a. weand Washlsgton, 12 51, 116 a •Mr Information i !» toe time tallies post H. F. KEN en ed at the NEŸ, Superintendent. fît 1AL MOTIVES. Uuukel's Bitter Wine of Iron. Jjwbeon known to fall in flta cure attended with symptoms, in * y exertion, loss of memory, [«breathing, general weakness, wme,w(*ttk,nervou8 # tnembliog, jwroroi (li-ath, night sweats,cold "f^juimneRs of vision, languor, 'â'Hitude of the muscular sys j3ioiis appetite, with dyapopflc iX. H? 8 » fluffing ot tho body. pallid countenance and isai} , ( ace * Purifying 'the blood, KWck,heaviness of the eyelids, s P° fs flying before the eyes, 7»ry suffusion and loss of sight; *ntion, etc. These symptoms «rV weakness, und M> remedy ;vv,/f K . l,lik * l ' s Kitter JWi ne pf z fo l». Thousmids are now nïï ,wl i ohavcuBe * Get the [ffiiküJ'H iu sl bottles . Take jKunkei'g ßm er wine of Iron_ .• tonic has been so •il **y all classes of the com •» :' t lH , n, ' w deemed indiHpensa gicmetHeine. It costs but little, v? ' an '* K ,V(, n hme to the jeûnâtes tlie system and J'*!'ask a trial of this valuable iL C s,i mly P er bottle. E. ■ ■ on.* Proprietor, No. 259 North ui Si ?* Vine, Phlla., Pa. Ask WUer Wine ol Iron, and take v»nE ,log , raph of the proprietor ■ »rer; all others are counter •&! lU ' rro ! ts - ®° n °t let your but Kunkel's, which h.dm, . ve represented. You dies Jor $5. All 1 a k is one 'Worm Removed Infoi A,lv e two hours * Nd Wvli V s ■ , s eut. pin and stomach w'»y Dr. Kunkel, 259 North •Lllnn.c Co lree ' until ^thfnSS? ,n one **nd alive. Dr. •'tuccessful nliyslcian in 5a ^ynm'L rei , novul of worms,and tor trittF. s Pleasant and safe for -'ykLre.iV Pefs°ns. Seud torcir 1 1'fice «1 °L ® of Kunkel's Worm l tUneïL u , b ,V ttle - Üet It of your '«ever lau«. nov2-im F. Scissors. v./'*-'», N ilU Brushes, Hand H», B xUl a "' 1 Market Wts. ""' «iu.,« cure for corne ïS"w pui ' rit,f °. • B ffINüHURHT AGO., • Apothecaries. Market Hts bonier Mixth and owel ". Ba «i Sponges, K?'* si ve variety. Also E f ' | otlÄ„ Brushe *r .of horse ""y «u*« iSü llliatlT *eO'. » Nixtb and Market Sts. HODö ^CAN CriEAP AT RRO'S., Market Street, •lmington, DEL, Also a L d ing tun lineot material ~EDJTIÖN!: SBfm r .. IT iv on TH* »ALL tVIlIPplNOS IN AUOUIIÀTED at new castle. » . NfW.(,'A»TLE, Hoy. 24. , . law minute» past ten o'clock,.irt.acoid, drizzling «as ter I y rgin »tonn, the first of the culprit» to be flogged as a puuishiuent for felony was inarcbdd into the jail yard, attended by the warden and sheriff. Mounting a Hcgdt^old ladder, two prisoners wore promptly pilloried. jFnr an hour they stood there lu tne taco of Che few specta tore who ensconced themselves in corners pf ,-thc Jk11 yard to be. sheltered - from tira t'atii. wjiich petted pittiessiy -upon Lite vic tlhi^'of the pilldrÿ. At ftie expiration of au hour they were released. Thlim One retlr Mi THE LASn, , Tlie otber, William Barry, a burdened criminal, by the way, who boasted that lie had been In thirty-six different jails in tbe oountry, was strapped to the whip ping poet, stripped bare to the waist, ami received quite a severe flogging.-fje felt the punishment severely, aud looked im ploringly at tbe Sheriff as the last descen ded twenty times on his bare back. A lad named J/eGuire, evidently of delicate qrganization, was nsxti »tripped and tied up to tbe post. He anxious and frightened, dealt mercifully with him,and the twenty lasbes did not much more than well red den his back. Th» next was Jfonk Austin, who was convicted of a petty larceny,and although he shivered and was much affected by the cold rain on ids naked skin, he bore his punishment with nonchalance. A young fellow named Kiel)', the companion of Austin, stepped up lo the post, threw his coat off Jauntily and received ids twenty laakea with indifference. ■» T Tbs- next three ware colored men; one convicted for larceny, the other twd for felonlouy assanH. Xfipy each received the usual twenty lashes wriggled and-roared uniigr the tqlftictioa, although no more Severe than thafi'tnat given to tbe white . JfR. EmröB.— Way we C»U tho atten Ion of the kiTifi-hearred" ladiesbf this couuonniiy to Uw iaot »bat the «Direct ors of the exhibition of the Delaware Institute of Mccband Art»," h»ve kindly granted room for a tàble èf nsefiil and fancy articles, to lie sold for the benefit oftha. "Home for Friendless and Desti tute ehlldren;*' in this dty. We would earnestly solicit contributions to the ta ble, that as great a sum maybe realized a was very Tho Sheriff .men. bin. BOMl Contributions either of children's clothing, which usually finds a ready sale ; or, as Christmas is coming, fancy articles will bain demand- We shall be much obliged for anything to make our table attractive and profitable. There are about sixty children now in the In stitution, to be fed, clothed and cared for during the coming winter, with an al most empty treasury to draw from. If we could only make those who have plenty, appreciate our necessit ies, they certainly would respond liberally. Con tributions may be sent to Mrs. Thomas Darlington, 009 Washington SL, Mrs. Clement B. Smyth, 818 West SL; Mrs. E. S. K. Butler, 845 Tatnall St.; Mrs. H. B. Seidel, Claytoq House; Mrs. A. L. Couaut, 501 Eighth St.—Committee off Arrangements. , Capture of a Blue Hen's Chick en in Philadelphia .—Major Grifltii, of this town, recently started out on a soliciting ioor for the oyster packing establishment of Wm. It. Adams, when, he brought up in an alderman's office in the city ot brotherly (?) love, where he was com pe'led to pay a fine of $20 for an alleged violation of the law proldblttng non-resi dents from selling within the boundaries of Pennsylvania without a liceuse. tine is $500 aud 3 mouths Imprisonment, and its inconsistency is apparent when the purpose for which It is enacted is of such a simple character. Our reporter informed us that the alderman acknow ledged Ills Ignorance of the existence of such« law, yet,-strange to say, lie did not scruple to take the $20. There is some thing "rotten iu Denmark, u aud the leniency in tlie case can be readily un demtood. Perfidious natqre I Lucky jliajrF-j-- Susse* c j j j ; ; , 1 Found Dead .—Yesterday morning about® o'clock,Mr. Henry Bradley jroprietor of tbe Pity Hotel on Wes', BYoot street,discovered that the stable connected with the hotel were still olosed. Crossing over to them he knocked upon the doors, but failed to receive any response to his call. He then sent for the head hostler who upon climbing into the window dis covered Howard Anderson, col., who is also employed there lying dead in the turd room, where be was in the habit of sleeping. Coroner Koae, was notified, and bad the body removed to L>. Fox's where an inquest was held last nihgt aDd a verdict of death from heart disease was rendered. Annitersary _/lie fourth anniversary ot Kingswood M. E. Suuday school, Sun day, atleruoon, was a very successful aud interesting aflair. 'I'he chapel was hand somely decorated aud was crowded to its utmost capacity. Interesting addres ses were delivered by the pastor, Rev. W. P. Davis, aud Henry C. Conrad, Esq. The remainder of tlie made up of an original dialogue entitled "Sunday School Teaober»" and select reading add recitations,all of which were liberallvinterspersed with exceMent sing ins. The Secretary reported the school iu a prosperous condition, showing au t in creaeed alteudaiioe over last year. Concerter« l #7/«.— Tuts evening, at the Odd Fellows Hal), 'he Delaware Saengerbund society will give its first concert, aud ball. The festivities of the evening wi|l begin with a concert, a number of the best singers in the society will render a number of well known Pieces of music. They will also be as sisted"bv a number ot ladles and- several members*0? the Millard Club At the conclusion ot the concert a ball will be „jven. The price of admission will be K oents, admitting geutlemau and lady. Committed. —Joseph Saysea and Hen rv Tomlinson, who were arrested in this eftv a short time ago on the charge of orJri mining several robberies near Œstown, Pa-, by Detective W. K. Woodward, were given a hearing before woouww , iQ U)at place oll Friday and held in the sum of $8,000 to answer the charge at the next term ot Court of buck® county. It is l tlons of Sussex the çbolera. rocrammc was 60 a magistrate «aid that the hogs in some county are dying with sec SrnANObEO HIMbZCF. About six nfoktUiA' tumm named who Ji ved near Newark' £*! *""* ^ thfi AlnlSliauge in this cltK t ** la K afflicted with an inaahitt whlofe occasionally took a dangeroiw turn and threatened tbellves o?his wife aud'fam^ ,tW n rwr roon 'b» he twice escaped fjopi the institution,- and about a mouth afd a cell was prepared especially for .. . , , hy "«lug planked inside with Moht eak planking, In this oeli he was escape* 1 ' aUd 11 rosi * t<Hl al * his efforts to Sunday morning, wheu Philip Ryan on«ot the keepers went into Gentry'» J£'t hutonml him lying on his back, cold Una stiff iD death. Around bin neck was Home Kind of a bandage, drawn tightly aero»« the throat, the emis being clasped ftriply in the hands. An examination proved, that the man had tom a strip fro in hie blanket, placed it around hie neck, and pulled tlie. ends across his throat until death was cnused by strang ulation, a procesq of suioide almost of unheard, of before. Oorner Rose being notified, held anin quwt, and the jury, after hearing the evidence, rendered alvordict in accord ance with the abovè facia. lie ceased was abont thirty years old and loaves a wife and three, or four ctail dreh. The body will be sent to his home for lnterifient. w and S'XüA.Y WAIFS. Another storm. Klug's Good Samaritan cough syrup. 2o oents. Franklin Loan Association meets this eveUiug. Tßo Ijoard of Education meets this eve*ine. Pbih Dominas t i* the groat ijramatlc gern of the season. Dr. Gallagher the well-known Mentis t, No. B E. Fifth street. r Tile DaIly Gazette still Tetains its* Tfpiftaiiou as the local paper of the city.; ' Leave your oriiers for job work at the Ga/.Xttk job othce. Tbeywiif be prompt ly attended to. - - - ' Tile new National Theatre Company uf Fbiladelpbia, will give a performance at the Opera House this evening. Tim sate of reiervsil seat» for "Fink Domino»;' «ommeaees a» C. F. Thomas. & Coy's book store, at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. A -lull • attendance I» desired at the nieetlng of the Jefferson Club, this even ,n *> ** business of Importance will be coosiderad. Wood burnt building lime, 34 cents per bushel ; barsend, *1.75 per load deliv * ' nov lf tf aDd KlD g 8treet8 _^IL * Delightful .Services.—Instead ofdeliver ing u sermon at Union M. E Church, lut evening, Her. J. B. Maun announced that a praise meetting would beheld. All who felt that they had any reason to praise God were invited to apeak to tbik point, and many interesting responses were made. Experiences were givei* aod prayers for tho sinful earnestly paired for. These exercises are interspersed by prayer and pingtQg, and the meeting Wus greatly eu joyed by all prewni. f A, Great Milidtute —The great number of tramps both white and black, that congre* gate daily aronnd the corner of Front and Market streets are a great nuisance. Ills almost Impossible for a pedestrian to p there without being followed by four five of them begging for money. In order to escape the nuisance peisous have gone around the square rather than be bothered with them. Poitponed .—'The lanch of the new ferry boat, James M. Waterbary, which was built by the Hanan & Hollingsworth Co. which was to hare taken place on Satur day afternoon, was postponed on ac count uf the weather. . The launch will take plaoe this afternoon if the elements will permit. Only a VioleL—An exquisite musical composition, designated as "Only a Violet," recently composed by Willard Spencer, of this city, is becoming very popular in musical circles. Mr. JSpencer is tue author of ppmerous other musical gems. The New Tim « Table,—J l^e new time table on the Delaware K. R. went into effect this morning the change does not affect the running of the malls, or ex* press matter. Q I of & P ROPOSALS—Proposals will be receiv ed at the oflloe of the atreet Commis - «Muer until FllIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1877, at 4 o'clock, p. m. | , 4>i < building a bridge on Brandywine kvjenue across Elliott's Run; walls to be built of good two men stone well laid in ceinefit mortar, one-half beat quality Ros endale cement, and one-half clean river sand. Walls 2)^ feet thick by 2 and about 6 feet high ami 10 feet bottom to be paved with 12 inch stone pave ment. Top to be of good white oak plank 3 inches thick, Joiceor stringers 5 by 12Indies %-Ao feet apart from centre to centre, tbe planks to be bolted down to stringers through a 3 by 4 inch piece on top of planks, hand rail on each side 3 feet high. The work to bo done under the supervision of tii e Ht reet Commissioner. Hecurity to tho amount of one hundred * faltlvof the bid, and 20 feet long span. Tlie dollars for, the „ two li und red and fifty dollars for the com pletion of the contract. The Committee and Council reserve the right to reject any ust be properly All bids or all bids, signed, sealed and directed to AARON CONRAD, Chairman of Btreet Committee. no2 l*6t Now is the Time to Buy CHEAP Baby Carnages, •5PLENDIÇ CARRIAGES FOR $7.00. $8.00 AND $9.00'. -AT* - * ADAMS & BROTHERS' Great'Variety,' MARKET STREET 606 WILMINGTON . Mow is the Time &06 TO BUY FOUB STOVES ? and GET youri Heaters Put in Ordef. 5 just reduced the fence qf all Cpofc lor and Heating Stoves to suit the 1 have ing, Par can au'd Bee the prices before you buy, R. JÄOBRISSON, dvr, ThirS and Sl»«pl»y fc* N. B_Heaters cheaper 1 Ûlau ever. nov9tf AMFSKifE^TS.. FIRST GRAND TlMT-ir< 1 CONCERT & BaW, w , ■ , OJF THE ni :ij.j Delaware Sængerbund, Assisted by sevei'al Members of she " Dillard CTluT>, To be given at of til • es ie Odd Fellows' Hall, On Monday Evening, November 26,1617. Tickets la Cents, admIUngono gentleman and lady, extra lady'« tickets. Ai cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Concert beginning at 8 o'clock.. THE COMMITTEE. nov2l-2t MJLI Mel The Third Grand Annual Fair of the AMERICAN RIFLES, i Will open lh the J.J Odd Fellows' Hall, ON THANKSGIVING EVE, m# NOVEMBER «8, '77. ADMISSION, noKi-St 10 Cents. Q RAN D OPJüHA HOUSE. MONDAY EVENING, NOV, 28. » THE MAMMOTH, COMPLETE COMP'Y From the . ;. 1<; _ . ; j New National Theatre, PlIIDADELPHtA. • 50 ARTISTS! Including very ni^r of Die known nameô m thé beet ^CTJSTÇ^-A-X*. VARIETY & MINSTREL; : VIII-:. * And Dramatic profession«»a 11 in one Grand Melange. ADMISSION, - * 35 A 50 Cents. IReserved seats 75 cents to be had at C. F. uov23-8)t I Thomas & Go's. r QKANIJ OPHiKA HOÇJSiU. WALNUT STREET THEATRE COM PANY FROM PHILADELPHIA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29th, 18T7. THANKSGIVING NIGHT By permission of A. M. Palmer, of the Union Square Theatre, N. Y., where it has been played with immense suooess, will present / . Alberry's Brightest and Wittiest Comedy, Fink Dominos A4ral«*lon 35 and Ä) cents* Reserved seats 75 cents, to be had at C. F. Thomas & Co's., three days in advance. a Bt> An Industrial Exhibition UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE DELAWARE INSTITUTE OF MECHANIC ART8, WILL OPEN MONDAY, DECEMBER 3D, 1877. at7.30 P.M., At the Wilmington Institute, Eighth and Market Sts., Wilmington, Del. It is proposed to present an interesting collection of Mechanical, Manufacturing and Artistic productions mostly from our City and State, including many cles and recent inventions exhibited for tlie first time. Power will be applied to drive machinery, a daily paper will be Issued, music and other entertainments daily. A Restaurant and Refreshment department will be under the eflîcîent management of the laa y managers of tlie Provident »Society. The Exhibition will be open during the week from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. »Single ad mission ticket, 25 oents, or 6 ticket* for 81. Children under 12, 15 cents, or 10 tickets for 81. Arrangements will be made with the different railroads entering our city for reduced fares, and excursion tickets will be sold from different stations in the, State, which will include an Exhibition ticket. further information apply to J. S. Valentine, Predident, J. R. Bringhuwt, Secretary, Lea Pusev, Treasurer, Delaware Institute Mechanical Arts, or to Commit tees in charge : Allen GawUirop, S. N. Trump, Jacob F. Sharp, on Spacé and Ar rangements; D.T. Bradford, Jà. K .Adams, A. J. Vanduzee. on Merchandise and Man ufacture ; Elwood Garrett, H. L. Tatnall, Henry Grant, on Fine Arts and ReliCN ; H. Cloward, Clifford James,Samuel K. Smith, on Music and Entertainments \ Tho«. H. savery, Henry C. Jones, John Huxley, on Machinery and Power : Alfred D. Warner, E. S. R. Butler, H. M, Jenkins,on Printing and M lscellanles. nov21-tdec8 a n I - JPKOP JUSaHJJMJkLi. JOHN C. COLE* J JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND , . NOTARY PUBLIC. Office 8, W. Oornsr of Third and Market streets. \ j). i i» - no26-ly Wilmington. Dnl _ D K J ' P ' lid' S mÏr'eNCH street. """Night calls promptly answered., aulotf r. fenTnoton A TTORNE Y.AT-LA W, No. 2, WEST 7TH 8TBEET. Wilmington, Del. H. . Juyl3-ly JORN P. R. PULK, J AllORNEY-Al-LA W, No. 880 Market Street, ctlMAwly Wilmington, Del. J L. VALLANDIGHAM, A.TTORVE1T- VT-I. Iff, Ab. 4 MUmoneVs Building. feb6-ly K. ÜB1MSHAW, _ _ NO. 82« WEST 8TBEE1. D n°vl7tf ■ ■ . ■ BETH FOR ALL TH1 FBOFLE BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT •3, IS, |8 and 010 PKU SET. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of gas. Over thirty^«« «gerien^ No. S East Sth Street, opposite Clayton House. ap2B ly T J. H. Frazr. Attorney at Law, Third and Bhlpley Streets, Wilmington, Delaware apr2«-wly SECOND EDITION. I 8ATÜftDAY'S STORM» The Damage aver Third «tr tel Bridge— ne Marshes flood ed .H toppoge a/ Work. j The storm which commenced early Saturday morning and continued without abatement throughout the day and part of the night did a great amonnt of dam age, not only In tips city, but along the coasts. During the forenoon a very heavy wind, accompanied by rain came from the east by southeast, and continued un til the afternoon, when it changed to the southeast in which quarter in continued until it had spread itself. • During the afternoon the wind blew with such fury, and it being time for the vising of the tide great quantities of wa ter was forced up the Christiana creek, until the bed of the stream refused loug et to hold It and In consequence It was forced over the banks. The Inhabitants of the South Side viewed the rising wa ters with alarm and a number of them were unprepared for what followed. About 2.30 o'clock the bank between the bridge, and C'onrow's ice Lease broke, and the pent up water finding an outlet rushed across the marsh in the vi el nlty with a noise like the buothing of a number of cannons, completely surround ing the house occupied by John Murray, tie depth of several feet, and oarrying away a pig pen containing five large pigs and ail other obstructions that happened in its way. Seemingly not content with the dam age already done, about 3 o'clook the hauk on the south side of tbe -creek op posite the mouth of the Brandywine gave away for several feet and tbe water made one grand rush, (as remarked by one of tbe remdentH)accompamed with a roar like the Fails of Niagara. The water continued to pour through the apportore until the whole marsh|wascompletely sub merged, and so great was the quantity of Water that bad escaped, that tt crosses C'laymont strept, and reaohed as far up aß Apple. The cellars of a number of houses in PeAoli street,' Were completely filled, and it even raised eo High, that tbe first Boors were su bmergeii. - Thie greatest damage done was in tbe washing away pf fonqeq, nig pens, oow stables and out bouses. The wind also blowdown the democratic pole, and car ried it away* » A number of Chickens were drowned befeie tfieÿ could bo reßcued. Yesterday the people were busily gaged in gathering up the debris and reported that a large quantity of private property were stolen, and it 1» »aid that SbCerpl law suits will be the result. The workmen in the lau & Hollingsworth .«», ..... ... Jones A Co., ware obliged to quit w on aqcount of the moahinery being merged. Around tewn the to , and en* it is damage was compara tively small but • number ot awnings Were blown down. iTflO storm did not appear to be local but extended ovet a large portion of the oonntry, as may be Been from our gener al news. dutoher'S Welcome.' RECRPTION AT THE HOME—ROYAL GREETING AT THE TENT. George M. Dutcher, the temperance revivalist, arrived in this city on the noon express from New York, accompanied by his family, and was met at tbe depot by Jebn H. Moore, with carriages for the conveyance of the visitors to the Dutch er Home. At the home Mr. Dutcher and his family were provided with a substantial dinner, which had been vided by a number of ladies. Suhday afternoon Mr. Dutcher ad dressed the Moral Suasion Reform As sociation, at the new room over the l'hirc street market house. The room will aacommodate only about three linn dfed persous, and by 3.30 o'clock, the hour for opening the meetidg, the crowd not only packed the room but filled the staircase and Stretched out to the curb stone. Both sides of the street were also lines with people, while hundreds went away without trying to effect an entrance. The meeting was very inter esting, Mr. Dutcher's address being pow erful and convincing. the evening au immense meeting was held in the foundry tent, folly 2000 persons being present. Short, pithy ad dresses were made by Messrs. Perry, Jones, Smith, Crouch, Burton, Sammons and Spfcrks, and Mr. Dutcher closed with an Interesting speech, describing the great temperance work in British Ameri ca, in Wliicb he participated. The re vival in Yarmouth, he said, originated in Wilmington, a wealthy ship-owner of Yarmouth, having, while on a visit to this city, signed the pledge at an Insti tute Hall meeting, and afterwards In duced Mr. Dutcher to visit his city. When Mr. Dutcher landed at Yarmouth he was met by this ship-owner's son, who was then an intemperate man, but is now president of a moral suasion re form association 4000 strong. Before the close of the meeting about twenty persons signed the pledge. Delawarcns Lost .—In the list of officers missing from the ill-fated steamer Huron which was wrecked off Cape Hatteras, on Saturday, appears tbe name of Sur don George S. Culbreth, of Delaware, ie formerly resided in Kent county, near Dover. Dr. Culbreth entered the service as assistant surguon in 1866, He was a pleasant and amiable gentleman, and a greai favorite with his comrades. He was promoted to the rank of surgeon on the navy register. He leaves a wife surviving him. Tbs .list also contains the name of "James F. Pierce, 'carpenter, Wil mington, Delaware," but a diligent in quiry hy the Gazette's report* r- fails to loqate him in this city, or fo find any of hie relatives among the numerous Pierces residing in Wilmington and vi oinity. Sale Postponed .—On account of the storm on Saturday thesale of books,book cases and household goods at 1301 Mar ket street was postponed unttt Wednes day next, at 1 o'clock p. m., sharp. None can develop the grace of meek ness by listening t» a crying baby. Stop its fretfulness by curing the colic with Dr. Bull's Baby Byrup. pro In PIANOS. PIANOS. For 9äOO Ac. Upwards. ORGANS Fox- 04S and UDWarda FOR CASH OB iirSTALMHTS, AT ROBELIN A BRO'S WAREROOMS msilTTälUP STAIRS THIRD EDITION! ? I WASHINGTON. The Bailor C<m in «te. Senate. iFAaaiNGTOitr, Nov. 25. j There is really deep excitement here about the events impending in the Renate during the week which begins to-morrow The leaders of both parties have been busy all day planning the campaign.— The object of tip; republicans is to get the Rpoflbrd-Kailogg case before the Sen ate before that of Mr. Batter. The Elec tion Committee will accordingly report favorably to Kellogg in the morning hour. The resolution will, under the rales, go over for a day. After the morn ing hour Mr. Hoar's motion to lay on the table Mr. Thurman's resolution seating Mr. Butler w|U come up. It will be re jected, and thus the Butler case will be before the Senate. The republicans will in that ease endeavor to have that go over for a day also, and on this there will be a struggle. It is probable to-night that they will be beaten, and that Butler will keep precedence of Kellogg. .It Is taken for granted that Butler will get his seat; after that all is uncertain except this that the Louisiana Senatorship will not be decided without a long and tedious debate, and that In the end Mr. Spollord will he seated. U i LOOKING AFTER KELLOGG. , , pahBAbiLltt t^hat hi WtyL be indict ed FOR FEtiOVr. ( N^w OßLExNg, Nov., 24,1877, The Ekeçutiyei,Çoinmi , ' t e^ appointed by the bpst Legislature examme; into the affair# of ek-^uVerhor Kellogg and certain allegéd crookedness ebarged , a^aihât hith, havh been for some time . seereMy 1 engaged in tracing out facts in connection with the futé Ekécùtiyé* ■Tbe8e hav»l&een gathered ffVnit r piivate lettnr8 written by the ex-Governor him self, and letters written to him by par ties engaged in the Ring apd whroh fell into the hands of tue committee after the capture of the Statu Ho$sb, Those letters hud documents, it Is alleged, are of the utmost importance and give clews whereby almost every rascality perpetrated during his term, of which he was coguiz ml, can be ascertained, Witnesses to corrobo rate them are m easy reach and will be at once summoned before the committee, and matters put iu shape to place before the Grand J ury. HAWKINS HUNG. Baltimore, Nov. 23.—James Rosebury Hawkins, colored, aged twenty years, was hanged at Towaontown, Baltimore county, this morning, at half past nine o'clock, for an atrocious assault upon Ida Schaefer, a school girl aged thirteen years. In April last. Previous to the execution religious services were conducted in the prisoner's cell by Revs. Dauiels and Rice. In a letter to his father and mother, written by one of his friends at tbe requestor Hawkins,he made a full confessiou.of hia guilt. Strawberries nr November.—M as ter Charles Wright, son of Mrs. Eliza A. Wright, near Seaford, left at the Index office, in Beaford, Del., on Saturday a cluster of seven strawberries, of the Wil son variety, picked the afternoon pre vious. They were all perfectly matured, oae ot them measuring three Inches in circumference. The entire patch is In bearing and presents a novel appearance at this season of the year. Collision ,—Saturday evening, one of Bush's barges, while coming up the Chris tiana ran info the north end of Market street bridge, damaging the wood work somewhat. Thirty dollars will make the bridge all right again. Bricks for the Basin .—A schooner is now lying at Orange street wharf, dis charging a cargo of bricks to |be used in the new reservoir. The.bricks come from New Jersey. A Wilmington Vessel Lost .—The brig EUen P. Stewart, which was wrecked off Barnegat Shools, a few days ago, was built in Wilmington, by Messrs. W. 3s A. Thatcher, about fifteen years ago, We need not to be physician to know when we have and how to cure a cold. We can have a special physician always near by keeping convenient a bottle of Dr. Bull'sUougU Syrup. Price 2fl cents. 0 L; WOODRUFF & CO: TOBACCOS, CIGARSi PIPES, &c. &c. No. 13 NORTH THIRD ST.. AEGVK market, PHILADELPHIA. R. C C A BROW à. L. Woodruff. seplOdAwtl FasMonatleJ'urmture I J. & J. N- HARMAN, No HO King Street, WILMINGTON, DEL. 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