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THIRD EDITION
I«* CMtle Letter.
New Castle, Nov. 27.—Prof. S. K.
Murdock will give an entertainment in ri
the Court House to-morrow evening con
sistiug of readings from noted author».
A shooting match will take place to- of
morrow to be governed by the Bogardns at
rules, :$ prizes will be contested for. An
entrance fee of *1, open to any person
residing in this city. |
Jas. Callahan has removed to Ids new
»tore on South street. A saloon will be
opened in the building which he vacates.
Our gunners are talking of going over ,
to Cumberland Co., N. J., lor a tew days
sport. A gentleman trout this city silent
a few days last week at Millville and on
Friday last, bagged.58 quail and 5 plieaa
ants. Rabbits were never known to be
plentiful, they can be purchased in
Miliville for 15 cents per pair.
The Board of Education met last even- u
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Orphans' Court and Register in Chau- |
IW. Whitlock, principal of the
gran,mar school, in lus monthly report I
ill,- ltoard of Education mentions the '
I lloudnir" scholars"as^ lisvln'g* averages
foliowmg scholars as haying »yerngu,
over glj y . Ilennann,!l.!, 0. Rulings, ! (lf
.12, Is. Lane, I*-, M. B. Fleming, IL > !
Ii. llolsclimaker, 88; U. Deakyne, 8D ;
IS. Fleming, 81: A. Wheatley, 85 ; J. I
Gallagher, 84.
"
be
tlm
in
n
of
the house as they t
cd
Hi
,o
so
cerv.
îo
A IlOlal» ROIIIIKICT
1'HIVATB KBSIORKCR
ALS A (JUANITV OK JEWEL KY.
A \
AND
Yesterday afternoon, a man called at
the kitchen door of the reddenc- of Mr.
(diaries (fanU.v, No. 311 West street, and
axked for a pair shoes. Being informed
no old shoes around the
• he departed, jw he came by the
th it there
ho
a I
eiiing between # and 14 o'clock,
heard a noise, and went
«ertam if all was right,
tiiidi* g tin»t nothing was the matter she
returned to the kitchen ag »in where she
ined until bed time. Shortly before
JO o VI' ck Miss Ann 11. Can by, visited
m, and found that several arti
cles on her bureau had been disturbed.
info mied the remainder of
;«ry, and the mat
it once investigated. Upon Mr.
Cauhy's daughter going to lier room,
l stor> front) she found that a very
valuable gold watch and «ham and also
■ medallion contai ng tbe portrait of
her father, had been stolen from one of
the bureau drawers.
Fuither search revealed "the fact that
a -liver lurk and spoon and several uiin
articles had been stolvn. The thief is
i d to lie tlie man who called at tlie
house during the afternoon, lor a pair of
entrance to th«
by climbing 111 the second story
A*, the time tlie robbery
ommitted the family wer« engaged
adiiig in a room directly beneath
the one from where the articles were
taken, t ut they weie tins
that anv
In th
the -
st;
n
h
«lie at
the family of her disc
•r
(s
H« gdned
Mil
back ri»«
are of the fact
.
heal'd
A WAI I INC* BURIAL.
The hi dv of Jacob Cloud, who rmn
iri'ted tu ici de at the Rogaii 11 >1 se
ye-tsiday m ruing, is now at undertaker
Wilson's « fii *e, avAa'mg U.e decision of
Bom« relat v- 8 *, iu relation to the inter
ment. Mr. l'lai k. ol Cons'hohocken,
l'a., who married a niece of tbe (let e ised
ariiv -d this mo ning, and i-* waiting for
the a rival of a brofl ei-i"-l iw, Mr.
Mo* r , of Chester. Mr. Blank went out
! m burying ground, this in >rn
s uue of th*î rela
tives of th« deceased are buried there.
Since th • suicide it, has been 1 arned
that the deceate 1 ha 1 quite a numlxr
of re l-fives in B audywnie Hundred and
the mi rounding neighborhood.
to Mt
t'O st
No Job at all
lent "T," in yesterday » <»a
esp» ctfullj- intimated tliat a»
ho introduced
Col
7. F.T'l K
! 'P
M ax well,
into City Council pro
•r«aM« of the police force,
ciim:
the ordii
vidi ng for an
t
applicant for the position of Cheif
«,it 'looks too much likejob tv ork,"
Folic
It is but justtortay Mr. Maxwell that
man of tbe Police Committ ee
his duty to introduce the oidn
-u picion cm
I • c
it
uii l therefore
an
ju-tly In- attache 1 to th
act.
A FALSE RUMOR.
The ileiahl this m »ruing, gave pub
o a rumor mat Chief Justice
( ouiLVjb wai suppo-e'd tobe suif ring
at'ack ot small-pox, at tbe res -
ss Margai et
ir, according to
•ii, tbe atieudiiw physician, is
is only atifier
u ordinary iudiapi * t «m.
dance ol b . niece
DviijU- 6. Tins IJI
M
Dr. Bh
the Uni» f J
to
ing Imu
1C iighv Acadcnij
inter term of this excellent insti
tution will commence on Monday, Dc-f
Rugby is now r
one of tlie most tborough and
educational institution;
.•ember 2d
riled as
umplete
•ountry.
»! the
Nalc
I ii th«* WilmingM
veiling money sold fc
.r Mi
V)
Lo:
Association,
ll per
In N.*w York, yesterday, Col. Maple-1
-m, manager of the ojiera troupe sow
performing at the Academy of Music,
tbe charge of violating
tue ftit'ie which prevents the employ
ment of girls under ten years of age
upon the rtage. Maplesou waived ex
amination and was bailed in $3lM) on
each of the the several charges.
I «steil
Russell 6 l Northrop
»
Are happy to Inform the people that their I
stock of
Ladies', Geni's and CMIdren's
'
~Fi I 1 Q
UNDERWEAR
at present all sizes
»«1 all prices be.ng represented.
full
Wa,
Cloaks, Shawls
—and —
Dress Goods»
Nu v» r so cheap
Table Linens. Napkins,
Towels. &c. S,c.
In Endless Variety.
Choice Style«
-IN
Waterproof Cloakings.
octie.
FOURTH EDITION
Tkc Dodu» Dlloullr.
ri BTnaa r akt^icula»« 07*™» ah»k«t q
Mn
Hian Ko ., Snv Cochran' L '
of Delaware, arrival here this morning
at y o'olock. Sheriff Davis, with the
warrant of Governor Carroll, drove at for
one« to Dodsoo's and made the arrest of and
Mrs. Dodson, and by noon Mr. Dodson
and Mra. Dodsoa, accompanied by thalr
'J" ' 0 " JLL
f , ' . ,,, of
tTo mrZugrr ahoutf re" tïn but Om
state's attorney directed .Justice Thomas of
that it was not a bailable case, and the and
offer of bail was thou declined by thejus- an
tlce. ffheriff Davis then telegraphed
Meawng.-r Hose to meet him at the Del- {
", "R™ *™ r . e t ,
., ] k when he'would surrender
u , hirnX tody of Mrs Dortsôm Dod- Ui*
ann and Mrs. Pretiyman accompanied
| Mrs. Dodson to New Castle, where Dod
son will renew his offer of bail.
I Thus ends the Maryland part of this
' singular esse, unless evidence is discov
**rim that the chi I Iren were foully dealt 1
with, as charged I, y Jones. The people
! (lf K ,„ lt 00unty |iav# uot been B f ow in ne
! denouncing in the severest terms tile the
nmrderom. whi. g and shooting of
I Joues. The only way the Dodsons can
'justify themselves before the community t,,B
will he toshow that Jones is a vile slati- ' *' al
«1er* r. If they 'eNtabli«ti th<* Innocence
»ud purity of their household the Dwl s* m>»i
manner of Jones's punishment will «till h
be condemned. Whatever his crime is
tlm manner of punishment tafelt to bean I x
outrage on Urn country. J t must not be
tlenied, however, that the statementH of ,
.loues are generally credited in the Dod
hou neighborhood. the
Mfson looked cold and IndifTer- 1
s the most distr« H-ed of 1 of
the party, and his condition pitiable to J
_ , , , „ ...d
Mrs. Dodson is a woman forty-five I lt ,
years of age, about five feet six itches in ;
height, weighs about one hundred and i
forty-five pounds, is rather stout, has
brownish hair and light eyes, in one ot
which there is a defect, giving her an uu
amiable appearance when lier face is in
a fait set of te 'th, which,
when she smiles—and she did smile dur
ing the proceedings—relieves the rallier
unpleasant appearance of her face. Her
complexion is dark and rather coarse.
She was dressed intlark clothes, of coarse
material, and well enveloped in a large
shawl. .She said not a word during the
jjending of the application for bail. In
deed little was said save by the .State s at
toruey, and t he whole matter seemed more
like a funeral than anything else. _
Mrs. Alice Prettymaii the daughter
in I. V . J reu ) ,ua,l i Wtujtiur I
n attendance on Mrs. Dodson, wai
neatly dressed, he* f »ce paD, sharp anil
sid. She sal meat of the time beside he^r ;
Mr. D 1 nIsod stood in tiie r»*ar * ..
of his wife and daughter looking like
t h ep: i* u r< while they appeired so be 1
lb* wjtn-sscH I
When M . D.idson found that his wife 1 T(
would hate logo to Delaware b* ioquir- iSß
cd the time of a bv.lander, and there I A.
being jet time, went off to draw the the
n-cesrary funds from bank to de ray
alt expenses con,lug mt ut.on tlie remov- I f|V
Hi ol Ids w.f, . Immediately prepa,aliens 1
were made lor them to ride lu a varr sc m J
with rtheiitl Davis to tue Delaware liüe
,o meet Trueman R,„e, the Delaware of
m-menaer The par y sat out about da
threeo'clock. It is a singular coiuci- 1
deuce that the woman and her compan- j
ions should have bn u lakeu by Sheriff
Davis in this ride over the very same |
route which was taken by me part, tbit
Conveyed Jones to the scene of the at
tnany I
fj:
Mrs
ent. Dodson
J. ton
by
repose, «lie h;
mother.
t'
of
I
a mao'i..rt„i u,o | . v „ . .
A nee ing ol the Lehigh \ alley coal
operators was held a r Bethlehem, l*a.,
yesterday. About lif een ojieratore were
present. The proposition of Presidents
Gow en and Dicksootoe intiuue the com- 1
blnation until April 1 was rejected, but
conference commitlee was rwpp,.lnted
and were authorized to make arrange-1
menls is uding negonations for temporary
stoppages ol mining after January 1. I
It is reported that the Duke of Edin- j
burgh will visit N«w York harbor with *
his ship, the Black Prince, immediately
alive of the royal fduiilv, and as siicli
representative presented to the Presi
dent by Sir Edward Thornton, whose
guest be will be while at tlm national
tempted murde', when t* e
other rosds leading t , th« j Do .
i *•
ttei
■ral Ncmm.
-
l
■\ be L-gislat
j of South Caroli
■on at Columliia
met
i *'g (liar
ro . «--.«»'i ;
cirerk 'hTV'' !
of Ih autvirt, w:im I
t*-d a
Act- !
on hi ijommnia, y
day. Tb« »Senat« organized by tin*
yes
dt
(»f .1
r, proid-nt, j
lerk
The Hou
nd .Si
n;trd, Spex
mgs Gant
protested au
tin- 1
■ i
I
»ist for I
her of a f<
vi ng a
•I'
bribe :
i ng Gova
sage, relating
sent a brief m«*- I
«»r Hiuipso
bully
REVIEW OF SENATOR BAYARD'S '
... . .
o tins city, will reply ■
Bayard * Op ra House
ie City Hall, to-night. Stats |
Sl'EECH.
J. B. VVelsl
»S -nator
Speech, at tli
tree, everybody invited.
to
Mr. Wm. Patterson, Truck No 1 (Balt
cur«*it of a severe pain in
the back by two applications of Keller's
Roman Liniment.
Dept.)
Fi
-Il I UTS !
»
I
In offering
0ELEBEATED SHIiiTS ,
Te the public, we would call your atlen
tloIi 10 lhe following points :
LOW IIV PRICE,
Being cheaper than the same «pialily
can l»e made at borne.
H'-autifully Finished.
Fertect In Fit.
Latest In Htyie.
Cut L
Tbe .sea«
And guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
lion.
Try them and you will buy no other.
For sale by
sizes
gtliwl
i to** Muslin.
Pel ,e«i.
C. 8. MORGAN
ir,,H „AI „ A-r
' '
I. Iyu'Iut x Mu«l(' Kt«rr,
aul6
D'4 .Markcl Klm l
3in
Piano«, Organ», and Sheet Music,
^o. tt*il Mar''«! Ntrecf.
Htlert's Pianos a specialty; also, good
econd band pianos tor sale and for rent.
In private and la
mart
Music lessons gl
Classes. Terms moderate.
FIFTH EDITION.
Ike Hew Licht.
Tlie agent» of the I'eunsylvania Globe
q m bj J| U Company were in tbia city
again, last evening, and had a confer
L ' ,lce with the Lamp Committee of the
City Council, in relation to lighting the
city. The Lamp Committee will eoon ask
for proposals for lighting the city for 1K7U
and the new company will put in its bid.
E. B. Frazer, Clerk of Council, has re
cejyed a letter from Mayor l'owderly, of
Scranton,l'a., highly extolling the merlu in
of the light furnished by the new com
l-a»y. He said that one-half of the c.ty
of Scran on was ligh edby this new light P
and the other half would be, as soon as b
an injunction obtained by the gas coin
pany to restrain the city from using the I n
{ igb ^ coll | d U , rem oveJ.Mayor l'owderly ! "
also said the use of the new light had te
suited In a saving of several thousand dol- •
Ui* to the city. |
— - — « m -
THAT EDGEMOOR SKELETON
, r . , . ... , ,
Jordan A. W Ison, f oiouer
!17 ' 8 undertaker,went out to kdgeuioor
1 r the purpose of Investigating the re- ! by
cent discovery of a skeleton in that
ne ghborhood. He learned that while
the people held various theories in re I *
„»rd to IheTk, I et on m i ns, ?f"rt w. m b-l ' h
, , , , ? , , na<j ,
t,,B sll « b " ,t l* 1 »«"'» 1 iJe » « to '*"* " .
*' al V« to ll " «mied there.
been agai
m>»i arrived, io a Ueuch over winch w*s
h ii t the foundation wail of a house. ai
This i isstiDDOted will eHeutuallv ore- .,'
x t it Iron Hs.nâ a«ain « ï til the
L'L V ß K to
, ! u 1,1 ' .
( ,ty 1 p ' a *" , i vr > mcent fays that about
the year 1847 the Coroner of New Cas le
County held an inquest over the b.sly
of a youag man tint h«d been found
along the Delaware above Wilraiugto.» la
...d buried tl„ h,d, wl.hu,ttputliim >t
lt , a Cll |i iell or box lllc . a/U ] r
considerable comment at I he tin,-. Mr
Vmc^nt i
_ _
~ Ik ny
" irn> ^»p i-ring A iteer.
_ . . as
T,,K ^ I,,KK COUNTY MAM,KN8 ADven
TLnits aftkkan AI.L-MQUT
DAÄCK. of
Srnoti.hnimn Pm Ynv on T .
* j ** **;' ^ 6, T T «!f^
.. . c D ^î lr / ortMr 8 Uake, in I ike ( j
!?*' rftday evening last., that ,.
was * ,twn<led by of the b«*»t
voutKs slid nuidensof tlie neighborhood, a
T( ,e Jr began (Juicing cg'ly intim even
iSß * nd COBli,,uei1 il u,1,il1 nta.niug.
A. hB r "* i(l " , ls 8 i>»' 8 "ly inhabited, and
the means of communication few ; Htere
*ure, tho»i a wiio at end such gatherings
f|V 'i"® ,ll ly gu on foot for miles to he
!*' ««•"; Three maidena-Miss
J " D '" e Une— Miaa Cox, Miss Brink, and
P'/®., 'I 18 , "„rlhwest bank
of T,rt, r', Lake, and to get to ilia
da " ce l,,wei1 ,,vel ' f, > »small boat,
1 A,l8r breaking up on Kaltirdity
j they slaried to return home m
|
I
nterred, when Mr. Wil- h
of
The »kcletoa
of the opinion that the skelc
ton found tbe other day is that ot the for
young mau w ho was so carelessly buried
by the Coroner over thiily years a<o.
3 of
TO HE BURIED TO-MORROW.
The funeral of .loab Cloud will take
place to morrow morning at i» o'clock, at
from the wtUce of J. A. Wilson, No. 311
Hhipley street.
The remains will be entered in the Wil
mington and Brandywine Cemetery, his
relatives having maile arrangement« to v
that effect.
t' 1 * ssiue iitzmior, Mi.s ,'ox, tl.t* nldest
of tlie three taking tlie oa s. Wlien
rear i lie middle of tlie lake, they dis- of
I covered an object moving i the water
before them which at first they supposed
was a do?, hut which upo i nearing thev
ascertained lo be a bis buck. It circled
round and round in tin* wsit^r » bur.«
, ; ? u 1
indlia ion that it waa wounded.
. a * cousu lat ion, the boat was pul- at
led to within a lew feet ofth« buck, and
the oais were unshioped, Miss Briik
talking one and Miss Cox the other,
They drifted closer, and when within
1 striking distance, at a given signal, both
girls brought their weapons down uim.ii
the d«o'. !.. a I. He Luk beneath the
water for an .».tint, but when became
to the surface bis eyes shone and ilia
I hair was turned straight tojward his
j h«ad. The gir s both struck a second
* time, bringing tbe oars down upon bis
„eck. He sank a*aiu, but coniine „„
M», -arèr .nd ,, la.il h£
f"™ »Kaii | #i, the snl,- «,ru,e boat,
1 i,e 8 lrls 1,1111 to their strength to
k# op it from capsizing. They
however, t
blow on the neck,
A
anaged,
strike the Animal another
ditch proved a la al
one.
Tyiii'4 their handkerchiefs together,
gills secured their prize to the boat
; aub towed it asiiore. It weighed ^44
! l ,oul| ds. There was a fresh wound in
I bb« 'igl»t. snie and one bind leg wi
o , °k'*t | . I' bad doubtless been driv
! bo the water by hounds.
■i.
I
KIND WORDS FOR TUB NORTH.
Richmond, Va., Nov. „
' Hiouoftbe Na'ional grange
Husbandry to-day Mr. Darden, of Miss- '
. Ma 'd the people of his xtate felt no
■ ill-yyill toward the people of the North,
Hm anv ever existed it had b«ien dispel-1
| *'*d by the kind s mu pat by and generous
do nations of that section for the South
during her recent plague-stricken I
condition. II« wanted the northern
people lo reiuemlier during the com- !
ing political struggle Mhat what poll
ticiansmight sav in favor ot arrayingoue
section ai/amut »!■•« ,.ti, .r , » ,u ®
. 7 would not be a
true reflection of the Monliments of tbe
fanners of the South. M uch tm-iuess has
been don«; by tin* National grange look
ing to the gen.»ral good of the order
• IS»-At U.e
, Pair.
of
in
THE ARLINGTON ESTATE SUIT.
,
Alexandria, Va., November 20_
The Arlingt
case, which was appointed
j to commence here to-day, the parties not
I pnaient goes over by regular con
linuance to the regular January term. It
ill be tried here about the 21st of Janu
Judge Hughes expects to be able
to procure the attendance of Judge Bond
with him for the purpose about that
time.
1 ary.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LEQISLA
TURK
COLt'MKIA, N. C., Novemtier 2tJ,»Tli e
L««gi-lature ot Mouth Carolina meet
regular sesa-on to-«iay. Tbe Senate
gam zed by the election of.I
»1 Farrow clerk.
in
or
etorproKirtent
pro tern
<-l«cttMl Sh. p|, ar ,i Kp«sk,:r ami Mi,Tail
rt«rk. IJ a .u uj, Grute, colored, ,,| H..
Ion., wan prut-Ht, ,1 auiiiiiHi f„r b »viu K
ipi„.I ;i brill,, a . h intuiibi.r r.r ,, f lir
— H ( >1IS«. Acting Governor Sill Inrun
HPnt »brief mniwxgB relative wliully
! looiltoplo».
3in
B
I, I
|
good i
la
i
WILL BE CLOSED.
. , , m "« «f Hm Del»*
Western hailruad will b e closed
row.
The freight
I
to-mor
OIT* COITMTlf COI7HT.
The Full Verdict in the Clayton Lodge
Com—A n Action of lteplevln—Mre.
Lodern Captured.
Special to the Gazette,
New Cahti.b, Del., Nov. 27—Court
opened thia morning at 1U.:U). Judge»
Wootten and Houston on the bench,
The names of the general Jury were
called. The Jury in the case of Samuel
Magee vs. Clayton Lodge w hich
went up yesterday afternoon at four
o'clock came down at U.4S with a verdict
favor of the plaintiff of the amount
claimed (»27«) with Interest, with the
amount of donations and ftmerai ben
^. ' „i iJT, 1 —1'. fr a, oins
Leîo.'I.i fér ?i,„ Ld
.. r .... IP.
ar The Cuiirt apnointed Messrs Johu
Patren.,,«? Georere TtalelTml Lev!
Bird a committee on examination
John If. Roberts vs. I»«ao Grubb late
Sheriff Cummins for plaintiff and ltod
ney tordefence. .
lids is an action of replevin. Robert*
was a tenaut of* house at De aware City
belonging to Wimarn Wler during 187«.
u " De icember -dill Mr. Roberts sent
by ma. to Phlladelplila. a nute giving
n-'ce to M r. Wicr of his IntentTon to
«"'''he property on the Wth of Marcia
Ir - Roberts surrendered possession of
h " Pf"J» r,v ,'o H'« t'>wu official in the
year HOT and gave the key to U.e town
constable.
, . ,
ai *', 011,11 olaim**« by the plain till is SIR..50.
.,' Jtor 8 e ( -lsrk, pOMttusster at.Delaware
Clty ' 'if th ?'° uU tent,tied
to sending the notice by Mr. Roberts,
The qu«*stion was aa to the legality of
such a feuding; that the n .lice was not
recel veil in Philadelphia by Mr. Wier
u,,,il two d %ys after its u-ing mailed, cut
the plaintiff*out of ilie ninety «lays'
la ?i ... . , .. . ,
the Jury, and If re
tlrea " u lu ' •*
Up to May 1. 1K78. the Harlem compa
ny received •.« per lamp ner year. The
Gas Commission tlmn admitted naptha
as a competitor, the result being an award
totheOlobeGasLightCompauy(nap
tha) at $2ß P«r lamp, for nearly one-half
of the Harlem coipany's lamps. This
year the Harlem company, in order to
compete w.th the Globe company, re
j uce( j ^ price to $21 per lamp, or in oth
r words. $1.'» lea« than was received by
them in 187«, or, In round figure», $«n, «00
v»*ar le— time the city |iaui them in
Utf« The Napthu com|iany still mtHiu a
portion of the diattict at $20 a lamp,
, - ,
b'rday the Mar.|U,s of Lome and tlie
frinecss Louise will, the Duke of Edin
hurg. dined w„h Lieutenant Governor
Archibald. Among the guesU was Vit»
Admiral Ingletteld ami ins ady A
drawing-room was held immediately af
ter the dinner by the princess and was
attende, 1 by a large number of ladies ami
Mr. Wicr issued an attachment, ami
,ev >' f° r r «»' l »an made upon th« goods
of Mr. Robert* on h<H new propeny. The
M
. Dods
ras brought here on th«
n the custody of
, who placed herpu |>nsou
»anel
noon tram. SU« w.
Constable K
for security.
The General #lury of the first, n
w-as disctiarged from further attend;
of this term,
caller
Thank-gi ring.
Tiie Roberts
ill he
being
. Grubb Jury came down
1th a a verdict in favor of
six cents damages and
dec 1 ml panel
to-morrow
Tii
Friday;
• Ml
at 13A5 p. m.
pl-aiiitilf with
v
:o-*ts.
(»AS.
the N. Y. Si
to day.
HONORS TO LOHNE AM) LOUISE.
Halifax, N. S., November20.— Yes
gentlemen. The princes»lia, 1 tlie M
quia of Lome on her right and the Duke
of Edinburg on her left.
. ,
sidarabla «xcitciii«ntis
alleged attempt of Justice Wilcox, of
Madison, who heard Rev. Mr Hayden
at th« preliminary bearing, to hhciih^ uii
,i«r false pretenses the knife found at the
scene of the tragedy. The state bassuc
ceedoded in gaining possession of the
knife.
thk .SIERRA NEVADA MINES
K lttKn ; ,
„inlV'cftf' fl^t'tol
ifavthi^whoTf^T ..fri" erosfeut In
the 2,280-foot level of the Sierra Nevada
ism porphsry, with the exception of a
email streak of ore near the top. Tlie
*»t>rth d ri ft from tbe station is being
turned we t toward the ore body.
A MURDEROUS KNIFE IN SAFE
KEEPING.
Niw Haven, Conn., Nov. 30. -Oon
tasloned by tlie
The American parmaceutical Associa
tion iii -t iu Atlanta, (ii., yesterday, with
a full attend
deliveied tlie address of well
was responded to by W. M. ISaiidets, of
Canada, the proUdriit of tbe association.
e. Mayor N. L. Angler
which
Spotted Tail and his chiefs who have
been losing |»oiiies for some past, are de
termined upon bringing about a reform,
and as
preliminary step they have
turned lion
d\
thieves. The
thell
remedy is likely prove etlccli'
JiDULAl iUJSAL.
' IM . r
dent« nrenaMst for Dus I
yard oni«^. i ir-t claa« Prüfe«»
JUSKPH öHuRTLUDuE, a. M ,
Jyl»-w3m
»it EHLE Y AN FEMALE cuLi.r.iinTT
I Vf Wii.ninutun, Dblawakk.
ALthe opeulmc of tlie Kali term. Mon
! day, Kept. 9, 1H78, there will be a NEW
President NEW furniture, NEW repairs
tk">«Kbout the bu Win«, NEW pianos,
the modern conveniences NEWLY Intro
duced to add to the comfort of tue young
.ladles both In tbe public and private
APLEWUÜU INSTITUTE,
M
CON CURD VILLE, PA.
•r; (Oris «11. «
s, Y »I« (
Principal.
a all lids at the OLD Pne
rooms,
For catHlovues address the president,
REV. »I. M . WILLIAM«, A. M.
jyl-tf
ELAWAKK UKrt/i HOI'SK,
30» MARKET STREET,
D
ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DEL
Tue obeap««l
lace m tlie city to bev yon
OARPETS
OIL CLOTHS
MATT; NOB
ANL V INDU W SHADE
Ileury Greebe
So» MARKET BT
IcetU-Ni r,
e
N . h. C*
and low»-». i mi
ot lee
G L-WÜÜÜKUFF ûi GO
r i'o haccoh.
K
CIGARS, PIPES, &c, &c,
I
No. 13 NORTH THIRD 8T„
ftHliLi HIXriliA.
U. L Wuuesjrf
da*
C Cask««
CROSBY Æ HILL
ii
LADIES&CHILDREN'S
CLOAKS,
Which Is lp-*-g 8 ,
1 offere-I at prices
which must prove HaiUfaetory to tlie
most economical buyers.
Crosby & Hill,
Invite special attention to their stoclc]or
Which they
— now sellln 1 at very
low-price*.
Crosby & Hill
Invite special atien'i
i*U)Jthelri«tookjor '
Hos'ery, Gloves 4 Underwear,
A* they have an 1
. . mens« ass »rime it at
WONDERFULLY LOff PHIUEB.
CROSBY l HILL.
Invite special attention lo their stock of|
bilks, Cashmeres,
ShawL Skirts, &c.
Which areo.Ter«<lat EXTREMELY LOW
PRICE«.
Bargains in Every
Department.
Strictly One-Price ana
Perfectly Reliable
CROSBY ^ HILL
220 and 222 Market Street
WILMINGTON, DEL.
'Ji
ps?s?tt
patented by uv. Bring 0 iZ, 3. 'J,"* 1 . «
pp mm
Otnnal t) M Key, Rev. P. R. PownThet
American National Bank, to nm tn !
"fi", ont ta Srnahr.ün'l L" ,
«VJ Metntly h mtr rtuj.
BtaU tn t/te rtnt dn .m.i tn
Htei ; i tivi TO
Oppatite l atent ItASTllîp!^
i
i
obtained ft
nt
in the U m
1V4. H •/, u„e
>lt„fl re
md /.
fiftire lot
i 11 Uni S
'I
Ii,
hi tr
:
n
;
1
r
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Uft
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Ur,
If, j.
•l Join
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1
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trj,
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»•Uh,
tter. ID r,
ol:, Waaltiic
linn, and iJuuieh Jjyai
1 *cy, Inir Chief Ji
a,U» ,y th' t . S. Paient Office, m,
Mrmbt re of Cungrmjmin every $
Adürcê»: 1,01 IN IIAtiUCKdto.,
q hUents and Attorneyt at lau>, Ul ** 1
W I». €.
tot
/
Ihr AW mi
I.
i>fi t <
'ant.
r. v.
TOTAL (KSTHKM K SIVIMi iHU, T 1 LI
Kims.
There is a curious s*ory about »
wines which m
days, and have only n-o-ntlv been put
tlie market. Dr. Underhill, thewei'w
crape-grower of Crot<
Some of bis heirs
views of aiick extre
willing to nllow the 8
hand to be sold or
The grni>cs h:
market, and someti
s. It is only now that the
ceded in arranring(
of the esta- • and th
hand. Among these
of i8A|. described a-,
but suggesting the Imp«
(ban any other 1
e extensively adverti-ed
• 1
that th
f aims
k
been d
the
have
.f t' • A
ff ••
h
nlike any tf.:
wholly
growth.
remarkahl
It ; pur.tv,
a special in
fancier» I
oldest nati
side ruble
hands of
me now at
c^uanut^.
hou»« of the I hurberi.
Nov. /y. /&77
wh'.leajle I
-.v. r. ft
-knov.
The above speaks for it
f the
!rtJ;
add that this is the ]
neither drugged, li/uarcd ner ...
has been ripened and r.
for medicinal or sacramental p
It can be obtain« front
nellowrtl by ag
unsurpassed.
of the leading Druggist*
United States, and at va
undersigned, who
pamphlet, free of charge, oi
Respectfully, etc.,
t! •
holesale fro
„ ill forward (lea
H. K. 4 F. B. THURBER &
an / lluiion .
Wexi If roadway, Reade
». Y :
Ni
CARPS
■mu
r
DEP.
1
FAIjL 1878 .
We ask Ul» "P' c i!'iwPATrEH^I
rurnlstiiiiE '«„""J/ViV
CONFINED STYLES ol
BODY BRUSSELS,
TAPESTRY BRÜSSELS,
LOWELL INOBAIS' 8 ,
SUPERFINE IS« B «
COTTON CHAIN INOBAW
SMYRNA CARPETINGS,
DAMASK-RUG,
cloths, (.n;;
Also, OIL
UNOLEUM, WINDOW
CURTAINS AND CORN1CK8 „ 1 . aT
NO rE.—weoffvr a■ I
of a Cf»le(>r,kUxl m » k * The« »« 1116
, (xxfs* pvoriold'for'tti ■
G. Worrel
MASON »' TEMl'tjL
P KK pkactÏcal^atchma«
And dealer to
ALKHICAN
atc ,,e
jEWEhK'
WABK,
.KB 8*1
w
CLOCK«,
. M0 . »
WILMI»« 1 ' 0 ''' D repa|r ,
SSHSaSd»™
1 Wbole»"l«an8 re«'' kill
LEHIOH AND 8LHtn»D K t bef |,,
Delivered In »»F Jt 1 "foot of »?
GmceNo. '■*
u.^'d'î-'ré.nptdXrery 6
t Ion by tolepbo»".
JOVJ^tf
my pri?*
co
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