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THIRD EDITION
Marc Ctsalf 4ppolataieuts.
List of Constables and Uridyr-Tendsrs
Appointed by the Levy Court.
The Levy Court met at New Castle
yesterday, all the members being present
except Mr. Polk.
The Hssemine'it of Mary C'dwell, In
East Red Lion lid., was reduced from
$1400 to $100.
At the afternoon session the Court
made tiie following appointments:
CONSTABLES.
Brandy wine Hd.—Richard Greenfield.
Wilmington—John Brooks, Isaac Dil
lon, Wm. D. Hickman.
Christiana—Tlumas Toy, P. J. llan
Mill Cre»k—Henry M. Whiteman.
White Clay Creek—Wm. H. Robin
New Castle—Wm. F. Thompson,
lsra**l Foils.
]*encad**r—J\ Legates.
Red Lion—J. A. Cl' aver.
St. Geotgtts—Win. S. Vandyke, Wm.
R. Roth well.
Appoquiniinink—H. A. Wilson.
nUIDGB TEN I »Bits.
Market St. Bridge—John Robinson.
Third street—Win. Bareford.
Eleventh street—Z. Blizzard.
Newport—J. D. Hutton.
Odessa— J. Fairbanks.
Fenimore's—Isaac Moody.
Flemings—Win. H. Hudson.
Watchman at Brandywine Bridge—
John Morrow.
Jail Commissioners— P. B. Vandever,
Benj. R. Ustick, Wm. F. Lane.
SHERIFF'S SALES.
Yesterday Sheriff Pyle sold at Max
well's Hotel, lu Middletown, the follow
ing properties!:
Real estate of Wilson E. Vandegrift,
situated in St. Georges Hundred, cou
lai mug 422 acres. David McFarland, of
Peuusylvauia, purchaser; price S'J.tHR).
Also attract of marsh land to the same
at, *30.
Real estate of Hannah Townsend and
Mary A. Bouchelle, situated in St.
Georges Hundred, UDd containing 11)1
in all. Purchased by J. Miller,
mortgagee, for $2,000.
Real estate of Jacob C. Harris and
others, situated in
containing 47 acres
N. Willits, at $42$.
of
of
ed
a
1.1.
son.
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7
Apnoquiiiiinink Hd.,
. Purchased by H.
J.
A Peculiar < as«*
Before Esquire Hagany, la>t evening,
Mrs. Jane Zane was anaigtmd on a charge
preferred by Mrs. Carrie Wood, of har
boring her daughter, Ida Woo«l, aged
fifteen y«»ftrs, after being warned not to
do so. It appeared that Ida had lived
with Mis. Zane for several y«;ars, during
lier childhood, and was unwilling to live
with her mother, owing, as the latter as
serted, to the la< t that lier afiVelion had
alienated by Mrs. Zsne. The
'.Squire ordered Mrs. Zane to release
Mrs. Wood's daughter, and to give bonds
to keep the peace.
M. 8. n. A. E N l E RTA1 N M ENT.
The monthly entertainment of the M
S. R. A. took place last evening, in the
Odil Fellows' Hall, »he room of the asso
ciation b»ing entirely too
accommodate tho-e
tickets. The hall v
o'clock it w as impossibly to g«*t any fur
ther than the steps. The entertainment
w as a very pleasant one. and consisted of
singing, dancing,and short negro nketch
« s. The instrumental music was tine, and
was under tiie «iirection of Prof. Barilli,
of Philadelphia.
small to
who had purchased
•as crowded and at H
7
ASHOHK ON THE JERSEY COAST.
Washimgtov, March 7'—The signal
corps station at Barnega?, N. J.,
to lue chief signal efrtcer at. 4:10 p.
follows : "Keeper of Stati
report*
No. 14 re.
ports a amall twn-inastedachoouer. Mary
Helena, from Cape May, was run ashore
about f»ur o'clock yesteriiay in urn ing,
one mile north of Station No. 13. V
was leakiug|Oadly and ftt>antioiied by lier
crew."
e
Slaootlog Affrajr.
Pktkbsbuho, Va., March 7, 1^70.
Acndcrson Eancs attempted to
h de John Joins near the Appomattox
depot this morning bet aus« the latter had
caused Fanes' arrest lat«*ly on a charge
of stealing, which was disproved,
drew a pistol t
Enas fire l,
cow
Jones
defend himself, when
oiind ug Jones slightly.
Five or six more shots
•*n.* exchanged at closo quarters, but
ithout furtli« r effect.
Enas th
'
(ir
•ral Bjtler haa
in the Cong
cli against Chi i
In* mad,* at,
brat ion at W««o<
says lie 1
r th»- lap*
aused to he r, -1
hs local Record
se Immigration
the Fourth-of-,July
IstockjConn., in 187u.
(thing to change in it
s, and be be
iti,-s may be abrogated
,
IT*

tln>p,M
Which I
II
At '
if i,i
h
it ali t
Jt Count,™.
'apt ai
Boy ton arrive
, in lii.s life-Hiviug die
l *st night, heii g
Gullipolis.
night ami the
d at I ronton,
ss, at Ü o'« 1 ck
r>i,
twelve hours
He will lecture at I
pioceed on his way.
from
nton t«>
The Standard Oil Company, If reports
are correct, lias commenced buying the
newspapers of the oil region, as a con
venient way of ailenceing the public com
plaint at an in opporli
Hie
e time.
c.impauy is making a poor investment.
Jt is too late to change anybody's opiii|on
as to the scandalous nature of the
rangement between the Standard Oil
Company and the railroads.
ar
}
For neuralgia, rheumatism, luinbaeo,
gout, swellings, hums, wounds, etc. the
best remedy is Keller's Roman Liniment.
Price lib cents.
Keduction in Price oi
COAL.
i am now delivering Coal in cel la i
offices, at the following low pri«;es :
HT<) VF., KOO AND BROKEN,
CHE TNUT,
Caietully prepare«!, 2240 lb«, to the ton ,
11 or
S'» on
•»£
ENOCH MOORE, Jr.
4«li Mreet Wharf
mart tf
ne auction of Coal.
GEO. W. RUSH & SON, French
street M'harf,
sell tlietr unexcelled Hhenan
doah i.oai at the following cash prices :
BROKEN. BOG AND STOVE.
NUT,
Fui in cellars without charge.
Will
$3.00
4.W
(FOURTH EDITION
IMMIGRATION INTO THE UNIT
ED STATES.
Washington. March 7.—Tbs Chief
of the Bureau or Statistics furnishes the
following summary of the official return*
of immigration into the United States
during the calendar year, 187H: There
arrived at the several ports of the Unit
ed States, 207,234 passengers, of whom
133.207 were immigrants. Duriug the
calendar year, 1877, the total arrivals of
passengers were loojffll. of whom 130,330
w«r« immigrant», showing an Increase of
22,704 in the number of immigrants or
about 17 per cent.
TENNESSEE'S DEBT.
Nahbtillb, March 7, 1870.—The
democratic members of the Legislature
held a caucus to-night to discuss the
State debt question. Numerous speeches
were made and resolutions were offered,
but nothing definite was reached. The
proceed ngs showed a wide diversity of
opinion, and but little hope of effecting
a settlement.
t
us.
our
1,1
Tue Masked Bali, given at the New
York Academy of Music, Thursday
night, by the Purlm Association of that
city, w ns a magnificent affair. Fully
<1,000 persons attended, including the
elite of the Jewish community. The
costume* were remarkably rich, and
several picturesque national «lances in
costumes designed for the occasion were
executed. The receipts from the ball,
«•bout $10,000, will be donated to the
Hebrew free school.
I"
Why weary your throat and patience
with tha*. wretched cough when a 25
cent bottle of Dr. Bull's cough syrup will
cure you.
CnUMCUKH lO-MORROW.
A HBURY M B. CHUKCH-Rav. John
a B. Wilson. oHKiwr.
rrsaohltgr at i OP a m. and T p m —
f.THAN Y BAPTIST CHIJKi H, eor.
of El
B
and Jackson street«, Her T M
id, pastor.
t
i. and 7.SO, p. m —
PreaciilitK
Sunday scUooi at 0 a.
lu.W a.
u
TAhVARY P. E. CHUrtlH.
; Services at lu 30 a m, 7 SO p. in. Pray
•finir at *
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t lHUitCil OF THE I'UVKrtAM'.
f Pieuctilng to-morrow at lOSOam, and
7 30 p in by tue pastor, Rev J L Estii
"unday scltool at 0 a m. Prayer meet
ina at r, 3u p
. Yo
e Invlteo.
C l E N T B A L. P K r. « HYTKRlAlf
/ Church. King street, near EigtiUi, Rev .
J. Howard Nixon. D. 1>., pastor.
Hervlces at 1 m:S 0 a. m., » .oo p. m. All
cord tali y welcomed. _
ERA WAKE AVENU*. BAP T 1 * T
Church, Delaw
«(.reel*, Rev Isaac M Haideman, pastor.
Preaching morning and evening by the
pastor.
Seat« free. A 11
D
avenue and W est
welcome.
E P WURTH c;H A PEL, corner'
Church sireeis, Rev E C M
pastor.
Preaching at 10 30 a in, arid 7 30 p m —
d i p in. All are
dcbol,
Sunday school ai y a
cordially invited
m«*hI* fre**.
F irst phehhytekia*» « h. hch,
Market street atxive Ninth, Rev F B
v si pastor.
Preaching 10 »0, a
Bal.hai h H« h«K»l at
P islor's min 1 1 male bible cia>s at same
hour
at
m, and 7 3ft p:
a o'clock. p in.
he church.
elcomisl.
^ ubile kindly
Race OHUKCll, N
streets, Rev William J Htevenson, D
l>., pastor.
Pre-adiiiig tomorrow at 10 30 am,and
7 30 p
Hi and
(3
, by th«* pastor.
«•«ting at 0 80 a m .
ng no n
A NOV E It THE H B V TfciKUN
Church, HixLli and King streets, Kev.
Lafayette Marks, D. D., pastor.
Preach ng to-morrow mornlugand even
ing at the usual hours, ttervie* «very
tvi nil. g during the week.
11
corulnlly Invited.
All
ouhlholu UK faith,
tl«x»r of Hi* McClary Building, No.
«»3 Market street, Elder U. H. Kramer,
pastor. Breaching at 10 30 a m, and 7 p m,
by I lie pastor.
H
the tnd
\TEW JLllUSALEM CHURCH, Delà
A ware avenue and Washington street,
Rev M H .Seward, pastor.
Services at 10 30 a in.
Sunday school at 9 a m. All are Invited
O I.lVET I'KKHBl TEHIa.N EHUnc'H ,
corner of Adams ami Chestnut stre-ts.
Preaching by Kev. Charles p Malleiy,
to-morrow, at in*,a. in., and 7g. p. m_
t^eau free. Habbaio Hchool at 0 a m. and
ï p. in. Church prayer meeting every
Friday, at 7*4 p. m. _
S ECOND ft \PTINT CHURCH, Fo
and French streets. Rev U B Cook,
tor.
irth
pas
Preacblng at 10 30 a m and 7 30 p m.
Hutihatli schools Ht 9 u
Pastor's Bible cIukk iu
room nt V p.
. rn., ami 2 p. m.
audience
All
* invited
S T. FAI L'S M. E. CHURCH.
Mrs. Houdi will speak at lu 30, a. no.,
' and 7 30, p m.
-1
All
«1 will be
com mo
• tated With
eats.
üt. John' is church.
IO Sunday servires lo 30 a
Bible (Mass at 2 30 p.
lux reboot
Duriug Lent,
and 4 p m.
Huntlay«.—
2 30.
Saturda/,
îrvic«* dally _
Wednesday, when it will
. Ash Wednesday 10.30 a m
Hew
4 o'clock
ai;* p
■ I 7 .1 .H
RJN1TY CHAPEL,
streets, Rev Willh
*»r. M«
King and Fifth
, D D,
1
.1 h
prayer
mou
'emek, Lita
u
d Con.
10 3U o'clock, «ven.
S
lug at 7 30
Mn-n I n
lock.
lav school
9 o'clock.
I" r"~s 3 i"
ies, morning at 10 30 o'clock, afternoon
3 o'clock. Afternoon Huuday school
the church nt 2 o'clock. '
field I
flirt E REGULAR WELK u Y HI HLM
_| L'lasu ol the Young Men'« Christi ,n
Association will meet Mils evening, at 7 3o
«»clock, for the htudy of the lnternatl«UHl
Lesson. It will he conducted by Prot W
A. Reynolds. AII are cordially Invited '
N1TAK1 AN CHURCH, West street.
above Eighth, Kev J M W Pratt, pas
. Sunday scliool at 2 to
All an* tnv'ir-d.
u
} tor.
Service at 11 a
m. Heats free
U NION M. E. CHURCH.corneroi Fifth
and Washington streets, Kev J B
Mann, pastor.
Bervlcea lo SO a
oi
and 7 30 p m
Morning subject—- *A Christian," Even
ing—"The Workman 1« Worthy of His
Th* public are cordially i
tree. Hi rangers web?
tted.
Heal«
ENT PKKHBYTE Kl AN CHURCH.
Preaching at io 30
Rhv. A N. Kttlgwiu,
»•IjooI at 2 P m.
W
,
a rn, and 7 30 p in.
pastor. HahbaMj
or
on
Kalsomine rs, Whitewash,
RaisomiiierH ana nousekeepers
years hack been trouble«! by
Jny of the whitewashed wall«, can-over
come this by the new proce«« with ibepow
dered KalHomine prepared In the fashmna
C1 ebaadeu anda nts. Mixed with water 1
oan be applied by any person with an ordl
uarv brush.
Hample cards uf the shades can be adh
0*1 the agent tor thin State,
wno *av
tb
pe
JAMES IIUADFORD.
NOS. 6 AND t BAHT THIRD STREET
WiLMINGTON, DEL
$3.00
4.W
CROSBY & HILL
riU,
BESPECTKULLT ANNOUNCE TIIAT THEY WILL OPEN THE
SPRING SEASON
tire
By Inaugurating the LAKGKST and CHEAPEST Sale of
Dry Goods
bis
I
t lr , « « f s i$r 1 iw' A
Wednesday Morn g, March
* I
I„ dosing our first year's business in ^
Wilmington ami surtoundlng country tortile wry liberal patronne ^owe.l upon i,
us. During the coming year we intend making special efforts to largely increase (
our business, and in order that our expectations may be realized it is our intention 0
offer all kinds of useful, desirable, and popular dry goods of the best makes, at
Still Lower Prices, depending for remuneration on large sales, rather than large
nrotiis We believe in the "nimble sixpence" rather than the "slow shilling " sys- j
tom of doing business, and arc willing to sell our goods for a small commission on |
1,1 DnTing'tile past week we have made large purchase, tor a.b, securing several
Firnl-clwu Uarjaiw; as usual we will give our customers and tile public the hem fit. ,|
Amongst tiie many aitraclions and bargains winch we propose olienug we w ill men
lion the following : hit
I
J
Ever known in this City, COMMENCING
I"
A. LARGE LOT,
Over 100 Pieces of Prints,'
,, , „ , . T , w .. .
Full Standard Quality and Beautiful Styles, in Light, Medium and c
Dark Work, all Permet Goods, which we will sell
I
a
Many of tliei
FOR 4 CEISTTS A. YARD.
Do not fail to secure some of these Prints, as they are the best bargain yet.
A Large Lot of Ginghams
Good Styles and Perfect Goods, for
G CENTS A. YARD,
We are now offering Two lîalcs
Heavy and Fine Brown Muslin,'
Perfect Goods, in remnants averaging say 8 yards in length at 64 cents a
yard, (usual price for these goods 8 cents a yard.)
We call special attention to our
^
y
vir \ • r * * 1 . , Q . , , - ...
>Y e arc showing a first rate Black Alpaca, at 18 cts. a yd., and a splendid
,
at 81.12, $1.25 and $1.75 each. These are a decided bargain and aro sell
ing very freely. Every housekeeper should examine these
Quilt« without delay.
$
XIV
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, etc.
Also another arrival of our celebrated Russia Crash, all Linen,
at 61 and 01 cents a yard.
We aro now showing a large stock of
BLACK CASHMERES
New Goods just received, w r hieh for quality, color, and price cannot, bo
surpassed, at the following prices :
44,48,50,55,58,60,62i, 68,75,80, 87* cts, & $1
Black Silk Brilliantine,

'
Pure Mohair, 23 Cents a Yard,
which a short time ago would have been considered cheap at 50 cts. a yd.
A. SPECIAL BARlxAIN IN
BLACK TAMISES
At 58, 75 and 80 cents per yard, about 20 per cent, under tho
regular prices for these goods.
During the last week we have made large additions to our Silk De
partment. We are now showing a Beautiful Line of

I
I
inten different patterns, Tory lustrous and beautiful goods,at 50 cts a yd.
A SPLENDID LINE OF COLORED SILKS
At G8, 75, 87 à cents and $1.00.
qnVT
We have just replenished our stock, and aro now showing a very full line
at prices which must suit the most critical and fastidious buyer, at the fol
lowing prices: 65, 08,75, 80, 87i, 95 cts. and $1.00; and tho iiuer grades
as well.
In our Hosiery Department we are still offering Ladies', Gentlemen's
and Misses' HOSE AT 5 CENTS A PAIR, as well as a splendid assort
ment of better goods,
A first rate KID GLOVE for 50 cents a
r, „ , r a- on,- ol c F?" Hamburg Embroideries,
Collars and Cuffs, Kufflings, Ribbons, Corsets, Handkerchiefs Shirt
Bosoms, Fringes, Duttons, Small Wares, etc., all at our usual low prices
Respectfully,
•Ml _
220 and 222 Market St., Wilmington, Del.
FIFTH EDITION.
DEATH OF ELIHU BUKBJTT.
"THR LIAMNRI) blacksmith" »bad at
TMK AUK OF SIXTY-BIGHT.
HABTroHo, March 7.—Hon. RlihtiDur
riU, the «ll-tingiiisbe«! philanthropist, re
formsr and philologist, died nt Li« rest
«feno«lu,New Britain at midnigtla>t t ight.
Elihu Burritt was horn In New Britain,
Conn., l>«cemlHir 8,1811. The son of a
sho«mak«r , he was educated in th«> com
mon school« of his native village, and at
tire age of 18 was apprenticed to a black
smith. A desire to read the Scriptum« in
die original led him to philological stud
in the intervals of labor, and kesoon
veral languages. He re
., to have the
mastered
moved to Woroester, $1
advantage of the library of the Antiqua
rian society (here, and wlnfe still plying
bis trade studied the principal ancient
and modern lauguag
known an "the learned
1844 he edited at Worcester the Christian
I Citizen, a paper advancing a n
'Settlement of international dim
5,1879jsa=3»g3£
I olotioti ami later of cheap ocoau
P~b. %£» foSC"* ofïlÂ
i, Mrolb( , rho0)Ji .. whw o".Ject was "to
( .„,p| 0 , ,,|| legitimate means for abolition
0 f war throughout the world." He was
constantly engaged in writing and lectar
ing and took a prominent part In all the
j European peace congresses, lie was for
| •»*«* |«n«> ™l« and
hX
,| le Anvil," ".vflsuellancons Writings,"
"Olive Leaves," " rbnughts and 'rhings
hit Home and Abroad," "A Walk from
John O'Uroat'« to Lauds" ai d "Lectures
I und Speeches."
und became
hiarkMiiit.h." in
learef ill
oulties.
TUE NATIONAL UU FTEIt, E(JU
AND CHEESE CONVENTION.
CllICAGO, March 7.—The ButU»r y Egg
ami Cheese Association to-day heard the
. report of the Tieasurer, which was ac
c * pte d. The following oflio«*ni
elected : President, James F. Joyce, of
New York; Secretary and Treasurer,
Colonel R. M. Litt 1er, of Iowa; First
Vice President, John A. Willetts, of
Massachusetts, and about a dozen others.
1 he general adoption of refrigerator
rooms iu steamships was urged upon all
transportation linen. U-p»«^ent*tiyen of
Boston, New York, Philadelphia and
Bald more s'a'ed that th«'y could offer
perior facilities for freighting dairy pro
due»* by ocean steamers. Tho oext an
nual iu*etiug will be held April, 1880, at
a place to t>e decided upou iu the future.
There never has been so general an at
tendance at a convention of the aa-ociw
ttou by dealers and producers as at this
one. The convention adjourned sins die.

ALL-NIGHT SQUABBLE IN THE
BOSTON COUNCIL.
Boston, March
•il «lid not adj
his morning, having been wrangling
st of the time on an attempt, under
the lead of President Whitmore, to re
consider the vote by which Charles Har
ris was elected by ballot at the Iasi meet
ing
7.—The Common
until 4 o'clock
Co
This invention of Col. Me Donald the
Btate Fish Commlsioner, was placed on
exhihliou at tiie Capitol today, and at
tract« «I great attention. U présenta a
beautlfnl application of a simple physi
clal law and the results atuine.fby it
are marvelou-. With a alo|ie uf thirty de
trrens nr unir., in.l over I , 1 .... ,,r
Light, the 'water* nlajLe^diachared
down the way with a velocity perfectly
uuiler control, thus presenting to the
fish an open straight sluice dichurging
of moderate velocity perfectly
against which any fia h can swirn. The
way inav he built «if any materia) and
dimension* and in any locality. Accord
ing to the estimates of eiq'ineerp and
hut liters one of tiie dimensions adapted
to our smaller streams may he built over
b dam teu feet high at a cost of less tin
$loo. For shad-ways
streams of course much more expensive
struct tires will be require d.
Superintenil'-iir of Street«. The
ground taken by the Republican mem
bers was that a motion to reconsider a
ballot C(jul«i not tie entertained. A sharp
•ontest ensued, ta the course of which
the pre-iiling nuil* some very singular
and arbitrary rulings. The motion of
, Whitmore wa* defeated with the HNsist
«f *» fe w Democ rat«,
A NEWSPAPER < ASI11ER IN
TROUBLE.
New *ork, March 7.—John E. R«>
main, oLRifiSouth Firttstreet, Brooklyn,
cashier of the Journal of Commerce, was
comiimted for trial to-day for cmhez
n-ys collected by him while in
the employ of that journal.
zling
THE M'DONALD FISH-WAY.
(From the Richmoud Htate.)
a current
mai
up
SHIPPING CRIMINALS TO T71F
UNITED STATES.
From the Loudon Daily News.
Thu Crown lias consented to release
Patrick Macnatuara, charged with tiie
murder at Crusheeu, County Clare, in
January last ol Patrick Caim y, on con
dition that he leaves the country for J «ok
•ou City, Mich., where some of his rela
tives reside, ami to which place the gov
■ent will pay hii postage.
■ mara will leave by the next Cuuard
' steamer from Cork.
Macna
II AY ES AND THE DEMOCRATIC
■ SENATE.
From the North American, Rep,
I There is a well-defined suspicion that
I the lJayes administration stands a hotter
chance ot getting its nomination confirm
ed by a Democratic Senate than it did by
a Republican one. The Democratic
Senators hare everything to gain and
nothing to lose.
It is telegraphed from Washington to
tiie Cincinati Commercial as the opinion
of "a member of tha Cabinet," that
should the Democrats insist upon tile
peal of tha election laws there was a pros
pent that tiie sessions ot Congress
would be almost continuous until March
1881. This seems to Indicate that some
body has supplied Hayes with a fresh
lot ol backbone.
re
W. J. Marri tt has commenced suit in
New York against tiie administrate. v
the estate off!)«; late John Merritt claim
ing that he is tiie only son, and conse
quently heir to all the estai«*, which is
worth over $1,000,000. The administra
tors refuse to acknowledge the claim
the ground that lie is an illegitimate
which plaintiff denies.
on
SOI),
John Bright refusas to support a law
for the repression of juvenil« mu,king
He thinks England has "rather too many
laws already," and prefers to leave the
matter to parental supervision, to public
opinion and the effects of a better educa
tion among the working classes.
NEW CAST I, K I. ETTElt
N«w CawiT U, . „
The »ppoinlmtnt by tj 1# .. ^ 1
P. U. Vender, W r I L '*JC<
Ustick ■■ Jan fou, »M
• Itblb. b..»rty .,.„ r 0 "" t V..
in tbit commun!»,y
At Ht. Peter's Uh'iircl, u,. ,
ing Herricm wo» atteudelu,J 1 , * y<
gr> gatmu. "3 ■» liu,,
Win. H. Jefferson &
large quantities „1 arill . ; * r, «kl
A. Ampblon Cor,,,, n',",""'
m full strength l.i.t „,„1,, *'
•«renad« to 1. A. Foil*
ago took unto h i urn«* If * f **<
1er or for wont." I»' r tner • !or
After reiuh-ring a st-Uii«
Mtyle, the boys wm<- invuLi ,, n 1111
goo«J tbingHof lif« m f„,r ;
ample jUftiw (lit! tb„in. ° m
retired, wiidiliiglh,, liai.i.v . " ,ni l
life anil happy day. 11J "'"Pb.
Jail Waiden« were not
torilav, this power lavs m
eritt. The L«*vy Co
bi« («election.
April Bih ih election ihr f,
oer., Mayor City i r.-jJur.r .
anil 3 Cuuiieilmeu „ , i„. v "
To-day will be a big .lay ,
•porting men ami crack
eulnea for Hie shooting
OunnliiK Club" filllne il., fit I.
to allow thoeefroui Wiliuimit,,,.! "
the lint will be ope Wi e
rival of the no.
-I
0*1
:
•I'POIDtf-d
toe liin,
t tie
couflr
1 ;'y
»M
until after th
train. Tim .
is to be given the best «Ut
a first class article, ami || iU , |* '
hi binon at the hardware more
Deakyne on Delaware street 1
The aide line et the brick yard
nectmgthe Delaware railroad »a
warks of the Delaware Iron Com,*
becoming a source of trouble Ï
tradespeople. This
were «Lauding i
butcher* could t
moruing th,
iu such a
. '«unct
ivtg„t(oI>ubUan,
This morning s ll.-r;iM«ay, ,, M
Duuuui who run ihr Urallocinmn,
the Drlawiire railruud tw.-n.t-tbmi
ago, is «till faithfully amendingt
duly." This is a luistakr, Mr |
w as first Conductor and is i,,,
in the livery bunlnesi at Waslm.it!
The new poui|Hiy st tiu. Ha ir,.
of tiie sigh is on Dei,
store is
street.
It s said some men are born for b.
tenders, as uthers ure burn for pread
U. B. COURT.
The United Hiatt
yesterday
Bradford presiding.
In the case of Heed ami McD
against the steam dredge Starbuck,
is to be sold on Wednesday u»xt,
also John Yanl'aUeu and (Jolhi
Lowe, against the same w«re nr«,
in admiralty m the District Court,
upon motion of Benjamin Nnloi,]
it was ordered that the clainw berd
to the Admiralty Commissionerfor|
and that a report be made tu the i
rly date.
Another libel
by James A. Dickinson, Captain of
steam tug Cidumbia, agam-d Mul I
buck for towage servo let.
In the cas** of JacolfLevy. a^oN
schooner Bolomou Ewell, upon ms
of B. Nields, Esq., tiie cast
ed until Friday u>)Xt.
District Court
morning at 11 u'cluek, J,
at
filed tbi* m
THE CASE OF IIARKY STICH
Harry Stuckert, who was arc.da
shot ou last buiiday aflerhuuii, by i
ored man who is einploy««l uu'.iiel
is now in lTiilaJelphia, and f.omin
counts, was doing well,
entcrcil the forehead, und
wh«.*rc in the head was probed fed
Gross, 1ms not. b«;eu found, kl
déclines to give an opinion as tort
the young man will recover ur at
PICTURE OF SENATOR m
BURY.
A handsome, life-site crayon port
taken by Mr. Alberts. Non*-*,i*wl
exhibition iu the window of C
Thunum & Co.'s book store, h i»M
ing likeness and ia much admired,
picture was taken for the Jew
Democratic Club, of this city.
m - t— -
INFOR REPAIRS,
•Mifnri
, steam tua Ï W'*
i !?«*, . „hauMotl
»nd Philadelphia,
0,1 J* " JiïSÏÏT,,!,,, ,J
Iiatra. \V title the repaint an. wntk"
«h. tug/'«(cun will take iter pUr.«
llu *'
Th«* u:
N,*w York u
Cubai* OraNOKS
teil with ora
ever he«)ii
they
abroad has been
nges, which bave wn
. ch* ap in that ma«
now. Th* crop i» Fk»n»
unusually hrg«M
Valencia crop alone was over-W
case«, or 80Ü,UU0,UUÜ oranges end_•
principally with foreign oraogai
the market is glutted, For the r
orange«, being more highly
«lid generally receiv«! in il l |l* ft . r
ter condition, are in iiihcIi t*'«
maud, ami consequently st : * 1 . t
price« a*« fast ju they urr|T ' iD
Y«irk Florida orai»g«*s
rhile Vale
e uo
orMj
about$5 a box.
ua fruit brings only about ÿ
E. Solomon, a merchant uf ih®]
Tumi., wa** placed on trial at * J
yesterday, for br«*arh of • '
leged that he obtained j- 1 " , ,
on cotton from M»mi ,u
ebauts, ami five day« atterwar* *
assignment, with liabilitiesamu*
50 per I
Seventeen hundre«l Biyita j
been i««ued forth«' ^ rsi . 1 ! 1 1. R '| i j!
the residence of Cyrus >' r 11 j ^
York, on Monday evening, » 1 ,
the twenty-fifth anniye^»» r > ' ,
cessful laying of the Atla» t>tf _ '
Fashionable F urm'.u
J. & J. K. HARM
No. 410 Kill«:
WILMJNUTON. OlSb- v
rounding countryJJ " p0 ol
to manufacture »"«i i
at our large and l °nS «" l " r , r iSJ
rooms. Furniture of ® T f, r :,„
style, consletln* Of M **i 1 „ Sïofe
and Walnut Furniture «o>w>'
d.auina-room aud chamber "
Our assortmeni ol » uri u re
more varletl than can Se f>m 11 w (,|
and all articles sold at oiu
are warrante.1 as represent«", w ,|#
VenllIan Blinds of the "■ , „ r Ji
designs made loonier »' "L",ure
on hand. We also manutMW o( „
stantly keep a larse ass,, '^
Hair, Moss and Hjis*
7-Z
for I
EL * WA " #M t ÎAHKKÏ^
ABOVE THIRD. WI I *»« I,,U ^,
Thecbeapeat la» tnU"« ,,
CAHFKlî'
D
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