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THIRD EDITION
THk LEGIiUTCRI.
Spatially reported for the Gaaette.
Devait, Jan. 20,1879.
TRI BBNATB.
The Senate met at 10 o'clock.
Mr. McWhorter presented and had
read a petition from 818 citizens of New
Castle county, asking that the Levy
Court of the county be empowered to
make necessary appropriations for the
purpose of making the public roads bet
ter protected from the high \idei of the
Delaware, by erecting more substantial
The petition sets forth that
the storm of Oct. 23, 1878. broke and de
stroyed the river banks in many places,
and thereby injured tbe highways very
much It was referred to the committee
on Roads and Highways, with permis
sion to report by hill or otherwise.
Mr. Penneaill will give notice of an
act to repeal an act entitled, "an act to
lay out'a new public road in Dover Hd.,
Kent Co.
The "act to prevent live stock from
roaming at large in school districts Nos.
117 aod lM, and such parts of No. 18 as
lay in N. W. Fork Hd., Sussex county, '
was read a second time.
On motion of Senator Sharpley, the
act "to amend chap, «ü», §« o. 3 and 4 of
the revised statutes, was read a second
time and referred.
The House clerk was admitted and
preset ted the following bills which had
passed that body aud asked the Senate's
concurr» nee in them :
"An act to amend the act entitled, 'an
act relating to the seals of Notaries Pul>
lic aud Coimuis-ion rs wf Deeds, passed
at Dover March 13th, 1873.' "
"An act to render valid the acknowl
edgement of certain deeds and for other
purposes."
Roth the above bills were read.
• >u Mr. Denney's motion the House
hill concerning the seals of Not;
Public was read a second time and re
ferred.
Ou motion of Mr. Pennewill, the act
'•to consider valid the acknowledgement
of certain deeds, &c.," was read a second
tim« and referred.
The committee on Revised Statutes,
reported favorable on the act concerning
the sale of the hound copies of the re
vised code, and on Mr. Sharpley'« mo
tion th* act was taken up for considera
tion.
causeways.
Mr. Hopkins saiil that th» re was a cart
load of these books in the Prothonotary's
office in Sussex county The price was
too high aud lie had öftere«! the bill to
reduce the price from $3.00 to $1.50, ai
the instigation of the Protbonotary.
Mr. .Sharpley thought that thereshould
not be too much haste manifested,
there would yet be 12 or 14 year» iu
which they could he sold.
Mr. McWhorter Haul that the sum
(barged for the liooks at present was
low, ami if the price was put down to 25
ceuts they would not be sold more
readily.
Further consideration of the bill wan
postponed until 3 o'clock.
The committee on Revised St »tuten re
ported favorably on the act to repeal
chap. 11H, vol. 15, Delaware Law», iu re
lation to the 10 cent tax on licen
The consid
poned till next Thursday.
The House Clerk being admitted pre
sente«! a report ol the j
appointed *o investigate
morality and negl
against Win. Fisk
th«* Peace in aud for 8u»
The Clerk of the Hous
a joint resolution
Townsend from office
passed by the House.
port was accepted ami the reso
lution concurred in.
itioti of the bill
post
mt committee
•barges of im
t of duty preferred
Townsend, Clerk of
x county.
Also i) resented
r Wm. Fisk
mg
hich had been
I !...
1EUNOON SESSION.
The S«;nate
1 he consideration ofthe hill relating
to th«* sah* of tire volumes of the revised
code, w hich had been |>os'poned at thr
umming session was resumed.
Mr. Cooch presented the following
joint resolution :
Resolved by the Senate awl Ilnute of
" " ntatw es in Uenerul Assembly met
' a committee of two on the part
S-nat«* and three on the part of
»use be appointed to take into
consideration the ad visibility of making
the office <»f Coroner of New Castle
county a salaried «»flic«*, with power to
report by bill «jr otherwise."
The resolution w as adopted.
On motion of Kenat<-r Sharpley the
a< r to incorporate the Wtiming
iga'ion Company w<
et at 3 o'clock.
of the
the H
liou «
:>
to
read a first
in
On Senat«
Sharpley's motion the
House act to incorporate the Pusey &
Junes Company of Wilmington, hail its
i?oud reading and w;is referred.
The Speaker presented
th«* report of ttie (Jo
Culture of Heet R.»ot Sugar, appointed
by act of the Legislature in 1877.
«I had read
the
ssion* rs
HOI SK OK REPRESENTATIVES.
House met at the usual hour.
Tbe bill t
amend (diajittir 165 of the I
IMinphlt-t law» of the 8 ate of Delaware
was i* ad a second time.
The Clerk ot the .'S mite entere«
the foil .wing bills pass
iu which the concurr« nur of the House
was asked :
A bill authorizing t.j «■
certa n
ou a lieu.
A full for the further »-xteusion of time
!or recording of deeds.
A biil to revise chapter 110 of the 11th
Vol. of the h
U» the estates of aliens
A hill to enable the Governor to ap
point an additional Notary Public for
New Castle County.
On the part ofthe Hous«' the bill to in
corpora»; New Cattle Iro
Company, w
Tbe Öenate bill authorizing the con
veyance of certain laud» to and by Henry
bw itzer, was read the first time. 7
Tue bill to render valid certain deeds
and for other purposes was read a second
aud third time.
The hill to extend lime for recording
deeds was read a first turn*.
ith
'■'1 by the Semite
of
«•onvev
hind.» tu aud i»y 11« u y h'w« ilzer,
» of De lu ware l
reiatiou
and Steel
read the second ti
The bul to change the name ol Mount
ion Cemetery Company to Mt. Zion,
t""tei-y Association wss read a second
Mr. Cannon gave notice of a hill to
am,-o.l chap. 18, «ec. 1, of revised statut,.»
of Delaware.
The bill te divorce Wm. 8 Baker from
his wif«- Emma Raker, was read a second
ti\ne.
c.
The bill to amend an act entitled
relating to seals of tl
an act,
4 „ - . . N «tarit « Public
and Commissioners of deeds, was read a
second end third dim«* and passed.
The bill to divorce Mary VV.Kpenc»*r
h»*r • us band Wm. bpencer was read
»second time.
The lull t.» incorporai«; R.dts Machi
Company was read as«
The hill to incorpat«* the Windsor
Lodge, No. 32. Beneficial On 1er of Sous
cf st. Georue, of Wilmli ^tou, sustained
its first, reading.
On mnti. n of Mr. Hoa»ton, the bill to
divorce Hester Truitt from her husband
Johu R. lruitt, was r* ad a second time.
*• of Mr. Ware the joint reso
lotion relating to Bi a -e Finances which!
wa* hud up
!
»ud time.
On u,
, , , tl c table January 20th,
was take,, up for comiu,-ration.
Mr. Ware stated bis reasons for offer-1
II, g the reslut,on, winch were to tee effect:
that tbe information asked for (demand
ing a concise »tat ment of tha expend,-,
„'.'» and receipts of the Mate) was real
ly necessary.
Xr. Ball thought that the Auditor'« re
I port would oootain all the information
that was desired, and moved it be refer
red to Committee on Ways and Means.
Mr. Dean objected on the ground that
there was no possible way for the knowl
edge to be arrived at only through his
report. The present Treasurer would be
nocoeoded by another In a very short
time, and he thought it of great import
ance that the present retiring officer
sho uld make out the list as he was fully
acquainted with the entire license sys
tem.
In deference to Mr. Hall's wishes Mr.
Ware moved the postponement of the
matter.
On motion of Mr. Houston, chairman
of the Special Committee, to whom was
referred the petition relating to religious
socitios, the bill to amend section 2, chap.
39, of the laws of Delaware, was read the
first time.
The hill to prohibit live stock from run
ning at large in School District, No. GO,
wa» read the first time.
On motion jf Mr. Hall,that portion of
the Governor's message relating to rail
roads, was referred to Committee ou
Waynand Meann.
Un motion the bill to divorce John
Roagn from liin wife, Sarah Roags wan
read a third time aud panned.
The committee on the William Fisk
Townsend inventigation offered a report
viug W. Townnend'« nleaof guilijr
omitted the following resolution:
•rnor of thin State lie
emlM »il
and su
"That the G
anti is hereby addressed aud requested
by both Houses of the Legi-lature to re
move Mr. Fl*k Townsend, Esq., Clerk of
the Peace, in aud for Sussex county,
from »aiil office of Clerk of the Peace, in
aud for Sussex county aforesaid, aud
that a copy of this resolution, duly * n
rolled and signed by the Speakern ôf the
two Houses, respectively he communi
cated by the Speaker of the Senat« to the
Governor."
The report of the coramitte
cepted aud the résolut!
adopted.
The Clerk of the Senate entered
at I tig that no ne
wa** ae
uuaniiuously
th a
h usi
nes« should be received after the 10th of
February.
Mr. Houston öftere«!
joiut rmolutio
endruent,
inserting 26th of February in lieu of the
10th.
In respect to tbe Senate Mr. Houston
withdrew ms amendment, and the paper
was sent back to the Senate for remodel
ling.
At 12.20 House took a recess until 3
p. m.
AfTKRNOON SESSION.
House reassembled at 3 p. m.
The Senate bid in reiatiou to the es
of aliens w
rea«l the first time.
Mr. Collins gave notice of a hill to re
enact sections five and two ofthe charter
of the Smyrna Coal Gas Company.
The Senate bill to revise Chapter 110
of the lliii volume of the Laws of Dela
ware, entitled an act. incorporating the
Delaware City aud Sah tu Navigation
Company, was read the tint time.
Mr. Needles present««! a petition pro
viding lor the farther protection of game
d bv citizens of Kent county
was read a first time. [The hill provich
that game shall be killed only betwru
the loth of February aud the 1st of D
centb«*r.I it was referred to a c
consisting of Messrs. Needles,
Mr. Dean on behalf of the committee
t«j whom was referred the matter of legis
fating upo« oleomargarine, reported by
Be if tnwttd by the .>tnute awl Jl<tU8C of
Ilepreneiitatiee* :
.S et lion 1st. It is hereby declare«l t«> be
unlawful tor any person,firm or c«>rp<.ra
tio:- in this State, to inauufae
ter for sale oleomargarine tor artificial
butter) except it be stamped or marked
with its proper name that purchasers
nacquainted with 'he article
shall nothy it be deceived. Also to better
protect our farmers engaged in manu
facture of a genuine article of Initier.
Section 2nd. Any person engaged iu the
manufacture or sale of oleomargarine
contrary to the p (»visions of section
first of this act shall ou conviction by
any Justice of the Peace 111 the State
forfeit for the use of the State the sum of
$30 for every violation of this act togeth
er with thee >st ofprosecutio
fault of which shall stand, committ« d un
til tlie line and costs are paul.
Read the first time.
•a'
Sign«;
w hu h
m
mittee
Law and
hill
follows :
:
l.o are
11
de
THE BI'AHN FAMILY.
Th« 8pal n family have been in trouble
asain. J.a.st evening Peter, John, and
Peter, Jr., w« re b« foie the Mayor on the
charge of committing a violent assault
and battery np
and John w* re
and costs, and Peter, Jr., was
charged.
Michael Mullen. Peter
ach required to pay $5
d la
Til« Mlilgrls.
human miracles, k
'J hot
a» the Marvelous Midg
«•«I t h
• wn to fame
is, ar«* i
tlu 3rd of
nouuc
Mils city
• *Xt
month, and will r»e nia
at Institute Hall tor
ir. general seem to go into ecstasies
these little wonders and pronounce
them beyond word description.
hibition
«• Week. The
I P r "''
uv ' r
' T \ \f]T A |) V T U C Ü
|d»rlL!\ UiA-IvI > I O é tl*
I
I
San Francisco records about twoth -u
sand marriages during the past year, and
nearly thtee hundred divor
ground« ofthe separations wer
t-.«
ry, desertion, cruelty, aud fail
to pro
'lhe decrees were in favor of iliu
vide.
husband in Ess than one fourth of the
cases.
G. WORRELL
During the Monta <»f
W1H offer
isually*
]
to
Large inductions
(In the entire eioek of
CARPETS.
I UPHOLSTERY
I
a
:
!
to ' disappointed,
!
1
offered,
AND
'
Dry Goods.
Th<
l«s»king for Bargai
rlil not be
id examine the Goods
id i'rices
_
■* A A/ m h a I I
1 M - VV O F f ß I I
* a W w x/ I a I ly
MAS0MC TfiMPLK.
aud
FOURTH EDITION
rra
Derer,
This Morning's Legislative Proceedings.
Result of the Caucus.
Special Dispatch to the Gazette.
Dovbh, Dal., Jan. 24.—In the Senate
this morning the Committee on Corpora
tions reported favorably on the following
bills :
'•An act to incorporate the Ancient Or
der of Hibernians, of Wilmington."
'•An act to iiicor|K)rate the Weccacoe S.
F. E. Co., No. 8, of Wilmington.'*
Doth bills were read a thir|d time and
passed.
In tbe Ho
e. Mr. Cochran offered a
nil« enjoining on all member* the duty
of dearly 8|>ecifying the naiure of all
amendments to laws, so that people can
undent and them without referring to the
different volume* of the Laws.
The bill to amend Chapter 174, Vol
ume 14, Lawn of Delaware, k an tend a
third time aud passed.
The Legislative caucus, la.it night, re
sulted in the selection of It. J, Reynolds,
ot Kent county, for State Treasurer;
John R. Stasia, of New Castle, for State
Auditor; and K. R. Kenny, of Kent
county, for State Librarian. II. S. R.
TYuiporitrilf I anl»arranged.
7/u Truth of the Humors in flelation to
a Reported Failurk
Rumors were current yestciday, to the
«fleet that Mr. James Bradford, of liii*
city, was suffering from severe financial
embarrassment, and as usual in such
cases, the rumors assumed various phases
and exagg«'iated proportion«.
'1 lie truth of tin* affair as ascertained
directly from Mr. Riadford, s summed
up as follows : The difficulties exist, but
are not serious, and w ill be iemporury;
while his assets arc in excess of liis lia
bilities. The embarrassments only apply
to Mr. Bradford's real estate affairs, and
do not affect his business in the least. It
is generally known that be is au exten
sive property-bolder, aud wa», of course,
liable to be affected by the |(en«'ral de
preciation In real*estate ol the last few
years.
As
FI. n. K A. Meeting.
The regular public meeting of the M.
S. K. A., will be held this evening, in the
Hali, Third and King streets. A pleasant
progi amine lias been arranged, ami the
general attendance of the publie is invit
cd.
It is rumored that the sale of Dr. Rail's
ugh syrup bas t tkeu such dimensions
that that the proprietors are unable to
-upply all orders. We a«lv
grits to prepare the
gencies
this valuable r
our drug
jives for all enter
the people rely ou them for
*dy.
LI
■W- nvn.
Gill
"Id
P
H
'
«
I
621 Markst Street
wi
ct«.
Annoui
e their first opening tor 1879 to be
Hamburg- Ed^ing-s,
Guipure Hamburgs.
Embroidered Triihmings,
BR&T 0.1 LACES.
GU1PURF LACES
the
-AND
Us
TORCHON LACES
The above koo«Ih are ai
• oiiir the UneHl
irniKtrttjd, being 1 lie same as we have sold
for several seasi
results
goods
before.
Uli very satisfactory
ou Id «ay that the
known
n«l
N
lower in price tu
in
a
We would lnvit-t
of our Hum burgs
critical examination
►w the in to be
of finer wurkaud material tns(n most goods
in the market and
s low pi le«».
All the leading brand« of
SHEETING
—AND—
SHIRTINGS
At wholesale prices by yard or piece.
Ladies' Goats.
For several si imnns w* have ci .scil out
r entire li
desi
of Coats, not carrying
to do the saüne tbi« winter
over,
aud liave made prices which
accomplish it. Call aud
think will
them.
W. M. Kennard & Co»
Wilmington, Del.
J»n>
la

.
*
Crosby &, Hill
Have deckled to give the People of Wil
mington anil Vicinity
Grand Benefit
A
l)uring the next V» Day«, by offering them
extra Inducements
d Rargal
all kinds of desirable
: I
I
I
I
:
The balance of our «took of Cloaks we 1
will almost give away, as we d«mT wish i
carry over a single cloak to next season. |
j
DRY GOODS
As they want to redune their Large Hiock
previous to taking Account of
February 1st.
k,
I
ISo. 1 .
No. a.
Bleached v.d Brown Muslins, Table
el all kin Is of Linen
ost econoin \ m
LI «
OihxIm at prices to suit the
nl exacting.
Gill
Is
No. 3 .
' ATTRACTIONS
IN
Dress Goods Department.
Beautiful Htyles of Dress Fabrlos for 6g
ct«. a yard.
Hands«
iiam« for 6 <i In. a yard.
d Desirable RtylM of GLng
^
TS O. -»-•
Hamburg Edgings.
Just opened a large lot direct from
bracing
the Latest Styles, a id at price« Lower
Thau Ever offered Before.
Switzerland via New York.
,
JNo. Ci.
kot«, Wool Flannel«, Canton Finn
ic
nels. Water-in
skirts, Ac. Y
Us to a*l vautage.
<*f G.hsIs in all oolors, Felt
Can buy these go«»«i» 1

No. Ö.
ibwlery. Gloves and Underwear, floods,
ubiaa, Wool Hoarfs, Kult JaekeLs, Lea
ds of He
price« wtilch ougui to
N
kings,
in luis II
a speedy sale.
1 all k
me G cat«
,iu
I
I
No. r.
It Is folly to «pend time and money In
koliig to Piitlalelpbla wlien you can do
dlal*'TUe Grand Depot" In your own
city.
CROSBY 4! HILL.
-220 and 222 Market Striât,
WILMINGTON DEL
FIFTH EDITION.
ta
N»g«r Beets.
Rsjiort of the Commissioners to the Leg
islature.
Dovkr, Del., Jan. 24 -The r,,llcwlng
la the Unit re|H,rt of the Sugar Beet Uum
wisainuer» to the Legislature :
The Ciiminjieiioiieni met at Dover on
April 10th, 1877, and organized I, y elect
lug Lea Pueey chairiuau, Rdwarit 1,.
Marlin, Secretary, anil Ban, 1, cl B. Coop
er, Treasurer *
On oomUdering the subject before, tliev
S?? 0 !«"' , i°.. l ..' r ,, ? re " preiuiuiua of
• iA, MO, and $2., to the farinera of the
.Stare of Delaware lor the beat three re
anile in cultivating the auger beet for
by
er
ar.
f
-li view of tbe universal practice of
preparing the giouuil in the Fall, in the
«•el sugar ilistricts of Europe, and to uf
or.l an opportunity to do ii to tins trial,
tbe premiums offered were for be. w
grown tu Hi,8 They also bad printed
I circulai«! oe,tain papers glvn, g in
formation m tbe », inject; lâo lota ofaeerl
were di-tribnted, 21 lots of Hiunpl« l«iet«
were returned tor testing. As anticipated
tin- results, with but lew cAoeptious,
were poor. As a knowledge of tbe cause«
ol tins are deemed of valu« the commis
mou Hinkt) a detailed report.
. i Jl f.V ,d r!' l '' ... seed for the
trial the I omunseion bad fresh seed tm
Germany, early in the
spring of IS,8 procuring three ofthe best
varieties llie seed Were carefully pre
pared and put Into small mailable pack
ages. Over one hundred farmers applied
competition for t w.premium«
number of other« be* id «h Out of
thu number entering into the competi
tion 4o «ample lob* of «ugar Uiotn were re
turnetl. 'J he«e were tented by I»rof.
Shippen Wallace, No. "• • '
Mirent, 1'kiladclphia. A lew of the
rirheHt beetH were alno tented l.y Prof. A.
Weichen, No. 707 Wall street, New
* "fk. J hone double tente agreed very
nearly, and continu che excellent resultn
obtain *
1
lor
and
or
Walnut
1 I
I
The
premiums wen- awarde«! to the
farmers whose yield of sugar, as shown
oy Un* fest« would he largest for th«- giv«u
ar.*», and were us follows :
H. J Reynolds, Petersburg, Kentcoun
ty, 0 UHii pounds of h
». Ueyd, Dover.
gar.
mi ,k»5 pounds.
1,1 ihumpson, Pjuasant Hill, 3,898
pounds. '
* n ,OUl of beef« tested, 25 yielded
w. ll 1 bey averaged at the rate* of 17f
t«>ns of beet roots to the acre, ]o p t *r Cent
of sugar, which allowing for the los« in
th«- manufacturing would turn out
average of 2.U82 pounds of pounris per
acre. 1 lie ho exoelient results establish
the fact that there are district« in our
I Ntate Well adapte«! to the productiou of
I the sugar beet, rioh lu supar where the
" ju "'ne is given. It also i minâtes
other «list lets as likely to be unprofitable
: for that purpose.
It in a cm use of regret, that the farmers
1 did not manifest m«»ri interest ami a
i ar4 .« r tiiiinl»» t»ir. . a ! ia . a
| r y*| M ,j r j all ,i rt fu|Jir* lo
"** commlHsioners are of the opinion
better Knowledge of this iiiiiuetry,
tin* profit to b«- derived from its inirodm -
tion, both to the individual, and
Ntate, would t lid to retnov«* the apathy,
j f Ih** Introdiic ion of beet sugar has in
creased «»vor 10 per cent, per annumn for
the last 25 years, until it now amounts t
«bout 1,250,000 ton«, and tin
industry am unt
an
I T
'I I
that
th«
tins
from $10 to $00 per
ax»*««
acre of beet« U TO
n
1 he .Slat«* of D. lawar«* pa vs over 1500,
OiHi per annum for k it* sugar. Can this be
waved to the Mate, and thus t.-nd to give
«nt to idle labor, enrich and ben
«•fit all. Delaware has the Indispensable
req nisi ten f«»r thesie cessful otalilishrnent
of thin induatry. What then is required
t*) giv.* life to this enterprise ? As a fact
of hist«»ry, lb« beet sugar industry* is the
chi hi of governmental aid, where v«*r
has been succ.-ssfully established.
im n«*w establishment in this country
Is mainly owing to writing ou the suit
jeet, and consequently insufficient aid
tar extended.
In Iffû Congress placed beet sugar ma
chinery on the free list. In Ihfj New
Jers. y exempted beet sugar manufac
tories from taxation for
1877 Maine off» red r
cent per pound not ex
mim, fo the first h
tory established i
mi um
D. la war«*
th
•n yearn. In
a premium of on«
Mill II* »7,(810
it Nii*ar in:
tlie State, tills
lie paid for ten year».
t»er
fac
In f*77
-. r. »I'pi-opalafed saisi to ho ex
penile,i to promote the cultivation of tho
Mi*ar heet for »u*ar, and i» the Hr-t
d^ y ,u jTÂ.r'ïK.'s.s?
Tr ï*.:;iund
"< )ctolH*r 30th, 1878,
ble day in the
"The main
Port Und turned
ill be a tnernora
»'iials of thin State. * *
beet
sugar company of
, ( , ov, r 12,000 pounds
beet'' 1 HUgar ' "»nurtured from the
The
ut
m mission
'commend theena.jt
limit ,i a law tu aid th.' « »tahli.^hnieut o*'
tn« first beet sugar manufactory in this
uge t lié cultiva
Ma e, and also to eno«
tin» of the sugar beet for su/ar
•'upended $2 9.75;
!j was for fare and freight
f the P. W «Si R. R. R. Co ,
n refunded: tliev I t..-..
Mtt.HU if Wllicll
on th«* road»
which b.
Ii.-e
-. .. ......I.»l; they | avo
l.,l.'.l S2U A3 ,,ut of III,, aji
n ,• I,.living a Imlaiicc
I rca-nrer'» t an.Is.
■ lien-ton*
'
prop
«•I
of Mo -17
Up
Lea Pi >k\ , *
T. R. C«
#I*KB,
L L. Martin,
Commissiouers.
llfitlh «r Mlrharl l.nil,.
Miclia.il I.ally, a well-known citizen of
Uns city, .II», I Iasi night, at M._'n o'clock
,iu W ashingt..,,, Jle went to VVa«hii,gtoi,
on buxine»» about a week ago, am] on I
I 1 hurstlay night, while walking along the
iStreeUi, « a» »et upon by a gang of, „Ilians
who heat him savagely. Ile waa couve*
ell to a hospital ami die.l last evening
ion, tho ertecis of his injuries. Hi»
I brother, Tho». it. Lall>, went to Wash
ington last night, and will return this
evening on the 0.40 train, will, il,e body
Mr. Lally has been a citizen of Wilming
ton lor the past thirty yea.s, was aboSt
lilty years ol age, and was uiunarriod.
.. * * "* ~
r®r»oii»i.
wrTteÄr- W h' l "" 1 "!
nuw'h'uf h| , '" t n T u "»•« BTSyààS
uuw haf«* hopes «»f Lis sp«-tdy recovery
J
field for Court.
Tho, na» Car,lean wa« h.-f.,r<i th« Mav
HÜ"«Tnii n,,,0 V h "
»bg «.wo bridles and a pair of lines tlie
property of Thomas Ril... The abused
the sum ol $10U to answer
the charge at Court.
in l.l i
Prince Rudolph«;, Aus! ian heir
out, had scarce y ie«*ov red fr« m
dent
»ppar
... ... Än acdl
Inch occurvd while he was hamll
i i m -"'"'I 1 . ' ia| l 11 narrow escape
while boar hvntlr, g ,,, Hungary. A boar
vharg.'d him, and, being shot at, changed
to course and km.cm.l „ver a keeper
instead ot the young prin«!e.
The personalty of M . Samuel Phelps,
the celebrated actor, ha» h, en sworn un
der $45,000, and that of Mr. O. H. Lewis
under 910,UOO. Not v ry . ncouraging to
histrion c and literary art.
ing
has Piracy revived,
MTêTiAiotr* Bimmxo or i
THU I Alin COAST—4
VAMAL, A AAA ,AT HAH,, "
ALI. AB»1 »TABCB— STR.
or TUA OrriCAAA or Til» * 0 *
Loadoh, j,„.
Th* following letter, (tat-sl c , ,
nary lKth, hu been recto
ta n Allan:«, of the Britith
1
*cu
23,1
*■'1 from)
•li ip |nu
by the Admirably, and com„,n lu "!'
Lloyds;
THE Ht'UNI no »mp I
Niks—A t six o'clock on Kri.l.v
arrived bore. On Tbund.y.J
Weatwirj ui
saw, while on deck - J
o'clock in ths morning, a
anddittaiit from my ship j* 1
thiee miles. Iran down teufeil
siri ance. On approaching I 4 ,,
er alongside. According to
latter vrss-l was not more «A
yards off to windward. 1 „wj
windward of both vers.-Is, but 7,
sen any one on the wreck.
about fifty mile« to the
Faatnet,
Ï
"KKKP ON YOLIICOI IM.;
I hailed the wreck as folio»,
"Can I he of any use ?"
'.'Keep on your eourse, 01
hum too !" was the rough K v
1 received.
^Astonished at this treatment i
under easy s*il. An hour aber <u»
observed the same stornier eonm \
She lulled me, asking me H herï 7
going. 1 replied that 1 w
Cork. The officer ou deck
me told me to be sure
Ml
boa
who
not to m-tm
word alniut having seen the vw»:,»
and that they had her crew aYri
also said:—"If you make any ^
or report about what you havfyg
had better look out for yourself .4
next voyage out."
In <M«raiaaj. I
The Military Secret* ofthe f;,„. J
cloned to a Foreiyii T< 1
Martial Irnperatiue.
r — «i 'I
Beeliv, Jan. 2,U
^Ominous reports are current bn
day to the effect that a
of the G« rmau army )u
foreign Power the most tnomenu
tary «ei;n»t«, including the all uom
plan of mobilizing the army, r,
pected person is a baronet aodn
of arti 11« rv. He is already un hr y.
His trial by court martial uiu.it fui!
an early date if the imperial goreni
is intent on maintaining uiuuUI
names of the cor]* officers of ti* q
and does not consider it wise to Lai
th«* disreputable affair.
The German army estimat«s«iwr
increase of mo ,000 men.
G
nor
Our lion«!« Abrssil
DECLINE IN UNITED STATKi 1 Mil
ALMOST ONE PKK CENT—
THE NEW KO V US.
London, JeS
_w arraugotBfii,
Secretary Sherman with then niai
apparently unfavorable through>mI
rope. The capitalists are fM-lllug fa
fiv«-s, apparent]« convinced .
United Slates will ultimatvly r w
the fives, but they do not car«* to
new fours.
The quotation for fives hw flier
since yesterday
one ner cent, on sales from lui
«1 London.
The effect of the ■«*
fallen
eUM-tgnt»
an
/'«f»eKlRl<»> a I.
gAiiuv Knnu.78,
ATTOliSEY-AT-LA*
702 MARKET 8T,
WlLMlNOT-jHil
Janl-ly
JOHN C. CO La.
JUSTICK OF THE PEACE
A Nil
NOTAHV PDllLlj
Office M. W. Corner of Th Ini and in
street«. Pension«, Patent« and Fusn
procured.
H02$-ly WlLMINOTON. 1»CL J
J.
L. VALLANuiuaAM,
ATTOHVKY- % i'-l.i 1 *
Ao. 4 AUnsond's linuihxi
febe-ly
H. PKNiNGTON
II.
A TTORXK Y-A l - LA F.
No. *2, WEHT 7TH HTRtkM
luvia-Iv
Wllrnliiktou.lH
j. ii. e»«z«>-' I
«Vttoi-iio.y nt I »nd
IMilru and HUipley Sir,<l i
w mm b«um, t^' , ' f 4
KKOI'iJJ
fJIBBTH FUH ALL THE
BKhUTIFITL TEETH AT ft
( SE7d
«S, Eft, $8 am« fIC .
T«y«iü exl -t ted without j»«ln tj'**
gas. Over thirty years experi«-'^
DR. «ALLAbHl
835 MARKET HTREKT ^
I
naiaoDiinera ana Dous.aerKi'
nr year« back been troubled bv J",
ÎMÂMÂ 11 ÏSb -
^ " Hjr pBr,ou , »
Sample card« ®f the «had«* <yiI1
om Ui« agent for thi« blau*.
JAMK« liHAUl« 11 ?
NOM. « AND 8 KAMT TH1MK
WILMINGTON. UKU;
TEETH #3, JW.*»«. *WJ3
^ME^S^per set. Old leetii
^QIHrncw while Ute patient
admiui«tcr«*d free ofciiarge when
are ordered. Flll<ag7ftc. toil.
only *J0o. Extracting only Jte UT, J
Oiw Uwih axtracnsl I, nil. witnocl
aocldct. Dr. 81oUUHTU> J
mazza-ly nu Vu*— ^
lalsamine is, Ifc*
Si
»1/71/
FINE FURNITUl
W. & D, McElH
il careful»
Offer for «ale, a large
cd stock of
NEW fr SECdND-HJ?
FURNITU
At their store,
Kb. ffOl Tati*All
Goods will be sold to «ult P" r
ocH.iitn
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