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PRICE OTf E CEJSTT .
""TjfewSBY WIRE TO-DAY^
Biiterfxl at iur u»n»i o«im% m *» ;
WILMINGTON, DEL., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 188a.
OL. XI-3STO. 196.
«we»—- —* ,i~ ~~
RENFITK.
rlAltOB AVDOROASg.
/
it
'greatest bargains
Ttl.t hare ever Ian oflbrsd
wumiiwru» la
la
»ianos and Organs.
lbc flaeat sad best «took only kept.
Second-Hand Trash.
lo
I.rry Instrument In the wareroouu to
FKF.8H FROM TH* FACTORY.
jyjBY PIANO WARRANTED for W
flARB and kept In tune far three yean.
ITERY ORGAN WARRANTED for T
YEARS, and
Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed
UBAVI), BQUAKB AND UPWOHT
PIANOS
the following fkmoo* maker«:
n
WOODWARD A BROWN, Boston.
HSF.ST GABLER, N. T.
IXER80N Boston.
HER & SON, N. Y.
EDWARD M'CAMMON, Albnny, N. Y.
f. WAUNER, Bsltlmore.
And others.
At manufacturing price*.
New Pianos $190 and Upwards.
ORGANS
ICTDETTE,
B. 8HONINOKR,
CO LON ADR.
TAYLOR A FARLEY,
BKLMOUNT,
F. WAGNER,
LITTLE GIANT.
And many other*.
ILL NEW AND FRESH FROM THE
FACTORY,
From $.30 and Upwards.
If Come and examine stock and satisfy
yourself.
iF. WAGNER,
Plano aud Organ Ware rooms,
726 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
decl-112-tf
DRT «OOJM.
HOLIDAY GOODS!
Whether in search of useful
tnd substantial gifts such as
Dress Patterns of either Silk,
Wool or Cotton fabrics. Hand
»me patterns in fine Bleached
Table ! ,inen or Towels. Good
»arm Comfortables or Blank
its. Cardigan Jackets for
men, Knit Jackets. Hoods
and Mittens, for Ladies and
Children.
latest styles and newest shades.
Underwear and Hosiery of all
[descriptions. The most com
pete assortment of Ladies'
Cambric and Linen Handker
chiefs, also Gents' Silk Hand
pscniKFS in the newest color
pg* and patterns or any of
[those pretty useful and oma
pental articles especially
papted to the Holiday season.
Including Plush,Toilet Cases,
PhxD Bags, Purses, Jewel
fiSEs, Card Cases, &c. Silk
■Umbrellas, Japanese Ware,
Polls, Toys and an endless
variety ol Fancy Objects from
phieli to make a satisfactory
gleet ion with an assurance ol
fcuarc dealing and correct
■decs. It will pay you to go to
Kid Gloves in
C. A. SPENCER'S.
TOO Market Streets.
octal-2in-U*-34
nANVINU.
»0F. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
'anting Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
"Now open for the roooptton of pupils
• Second Quarter.
[Tl-EMEN'B CLASS—Monday
from • to 10 o'clock.
and Tbur*
* r * 40(1 Universal Quadrilla.
uri
» to
CHOICE or DAYS.
&5SS&& ?«»£Vtthï:J
K «MI)1« for «hole« of da
'ï™*- circular, ou. applr at
T*.
why mall to
•tf.fi" 4- * *ata*ta'4il2fi8M?bet.
MOTIV Kg.
J^LFOTION-NOTICK
The Na Woxai. Rake or Dei. aw are, >
At Wilmimuton, Dec. 7, 18«. f
Notlcn U hereby glveu to the stockholder« of
UilMhiitttutloii. that an election will lie held at
Ï2£ . ü k,n * on TuwMtay, January Mh,
JIMt wtawn the hour» of 2 and 4 o'clock p. in..
£?Lw RifF 0 ** of eleetlng RTtn director* to
W^'WiwUAXU
Cashier.
ELECTION.—NOTICE.
R'iL«nïô^, ,r éît?.*ij«c*t IC &l. i
Tn5sm, H Ä^ 0 . ï;â ürc a .y m °'
grille pu rpoM of electlnK nine stockholders to
serre its ill rectors the cnsnTnjr vc*r.
de^-t/snlO OKO.D. Alt.\fôTRoNG,Ca*hler.
yOTICE—ELECTION.
Union National Bank, >
or Wilmington, Dae., i. 1882 . J
Tha annual election for nine Director« will he
Mldat the Ranking Houml on Tueaday, the Mh
day of Jan narr, wo, between the hours of 2 and
o'clock, lu the afternoon,
dees-1Jan 10 JOHN PEOPLES, Cashier.
#
^ OTICE.—ELECTION.
National Bank WilminutonA Bhanoywine i
_ WlLMUVOON, December ». 18H2. t
Tue annual meeting or the atockh<d(lem of thD
bank will be held at tht.*» hanking houae on TUEH
pAV, January », ISM,between fhe bourn of z and
o'clock, p. ni., for the purpoMt of choosing nine
Dlreetora to aerve for the cumuIdk year.
O. NOWLAND. Cashier.
taRluio
UrÖTiCK
DELINQUENTS FOR COUNTY TAXES FOB
THE YEAR ISO, IN WILMINGTON HUN
DRED.
All person, who havenot yst paid County taxes
on property for the year, 1SS2. nr. hereby nollSed
thsl nal«s they pay during the present month.
Tilt* nmounU due will be collected by legal proceaa
and the co«U attached.
WILLIAM KYNF,
Collector Northern District.
Ç. II. D. BEDFORD,
Collector Southern District.
(Iec2-lm
NOTICE—I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE
" THAT I Intend to pt 'far a petition to the
General Assembly of the .'■täte of !>♦la ware at ltd
next toCftMlon. praying Tor the paasage of an act to
divorce me from the bonds of matrimony with
"ay husband, Charles F. Mühlen.
■ov26-lm| JULIA MOHLEN.
'ST OTICE.—'THE FOURTEENTH AN
11 NU 4L MEETING of the stockholders of
the Ma-onlc flail Uompauy of Wllmlugton, Del.,
will be held In director«' room of MasonL
T. tuple on WEDNESDAY. December 27. 1882, at
o'clock, n. m., for the purpose* of electing a
President, vice President, Treasurer, bccreury
and nine Directors to serve for the ensuing year.
. ALLMOND, Weeretary.
dacia, It-t-tls, C7 J. I*
y OTIOF. TO BONDHOLDERS I
Delaware State Bonds !
OFFICE or STATE TREASURER, I
Dover, Del., Dec ember 1, 1882. «
By virtue of an set of_,the General A»aeinbly,
piuuu'il at Dover, Marrlrirt, 18«1, I hereby give
not Ire to holders of Delaware Htatc bonds that I
Khali attend at the 1'hlindtlphln National Bank,
In the city of riilladelphta, during the hustne-s
hours of that bank, ou the «In-t three sernlar days
of January, 1883, prepared to pay off and reueem
all the i.onds of the said State from No. 1 to no.
90. both Inclusive, of Merles A, of the denoiolna
thounnnd dollars each, of the Issue of
the bonas of the Mtate of Delaware, under date of
July I. 1881, aud that from and after the said first
dav of January, 188'«, the Interest on «aid bonds
will eras«*. ItOBKKTJ. ICKYNOLDM,
Slate Treasurer.
tlon of
nov23-4twdAwtJsnl
LEVTUREN.
N8T1TUTE
N8T1TUTE HALL,
EIGHTH AND MARKET.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday,Dec. 19.20&21.
—A cours«* of—
ILLUSTRATED HEATH LECTURES
— BÏ —
DR. HALE!
Of Edinburgh, BcoUaud.
SUBJECTS: TUESDAY-"Dljf?»«'» Of the
TnroMt and Lungs." WEDNESDAY—'T'he
.uS Ki.la. y. ' TIIUIUDAY
Mittluta' (private leeture, far hi.lt«. .ml).)
THUKHDA Y iiluht (lor gentlemen only.)
ADMISSION, 28 AND 5(1 CENTS.
COMMKNUR AT« O'CLOCK. '
if MUSTEK'S SUT IV EN.
'S ORDER.
REGISTER
rkuistxr'h ornc*.
New Can tie Co.. Del., De<emberl3, 1887.
Upon the application of Tin
Ex» t utor of Albert O. Newton, late oi Red Lion
hundred. In wild county, deceased, it I» ordered
and directed bv the RegUter that the Execu
aforeHald give notice ..f granting of Jettera
of AdmlnlHtrallon upon the e«Ute ot theueeeased
with the date of granting thereof, by taualng
advertisement*to In* posted within forty day*
from the date of such letter* In nix of the most
public place* of the county of Ne
requiring all person« having demand* against
the estate to present the «aine, or abide l»y an act
iif AHseinhlv in such ease made and provided «
*ml also cause the same to be Inserted within tb'*
period In the DAILY GA/KTTK, a
newspaper published In Wilmington, and
continued therein three weeks, («. o. d.)
i » Given under the hand and sealofofflce
H >of the Register aforesaid at Wilmington
Castle county aforesaid, the
above written.
8. C. BIGGS, Register.
Bird,
Castle,
L.
New
«lay aud y*
KOTICX.
All persons having claims against the estate of
Ike deceased mu«t nresent the same duly attested
» the Executor on or before December 13, A.
D 1883, or abide the act of Assembly ln such
" rüV ÿ;:'oMAM bird. Executor.
decl6-3w»t)s
8t. George», Del,
Addres
J^EGISTER
'S ORDER.
!
RXOIPTER'8 OFFICE,
New CastlkCounty, Del., Oct. 18th, is«2.
[ .»ou the apnlicatlou of Joseph 1'uKl., Executor
Abigail Watson, late of Wilmington hun
< r(M i o, H «I,1 1-011111 v, deceased. It Ib ordered and
dfrected by the- Register that the Administrator
aforesaid give notice of granting "l lettei-B I »
sntary upon the estate of the. deceased, with
lut«; or granting thereof, by causing adv« r
tlseinentfl to be tioeted wltliln forty day* fro*"
the date of »ucn letter* in six of tne most nubile
places ot the county of N«;w Castle, requiring all
■M-rsons having demands against the estate* to
nresent the szm«*, or abide* by an Act of Assembly
fn sich ease made and provided; and also caiiHe*
the same to he. Inserted within the same* period iu
the DAILY GAZETTE, » newKpa|n-r i.ubI »hLd
WUmluzton and to be contfnmal tuer* in
week*, (e.
r

tin. e
. d.)
Given under tlie hand and Heal «»1
Oflicc of lteKloUT aforesaid, at W tlmliiK
l L 8. J ton, in New Cassle county aforesaid, the
I Lay and T»r.hov. wrtjtem
Notice.—A ll persons having claims against
the estate or the deceased must prsoeut the «aiue,
» ."(-l 1 **" ""*" JOSEPH PUUII. Execulor.
Address: 6M North Eleventh »Irej^Phlla^
VROFENNljJNAl^AKIRf. _
rvR. J. P. BURWELL
WWILL REMOVE HIB OFFICE"!»
To hh new residence,
NO. 712 WEST STREET,
NOVEMBER THE 1ST.
ectao-lm-141
TT\R8 J. N. A J. B. HOBEN8ACK,
S&sr»
litfcV Whoever .hould know hu con
dition and the way to improv«!Itshoald read
»•WISDOM IN ▲ NUT-SHELL,
nt on «dpt ol thwe-ent stam ^çptl4-Dli
to
H. FOSTER,
puniL
attorney-at-law,
room NO. n EXCHANGK BUILDING.
(Seventh and Market street*.)
WILMINGTON. DEL.
the
J
afternoon
caae
Its
The
sumed
sidered
to
Toy.
not
did
place.
Dupont,
Toy
that
always
as
and
been
a
with
elected.
should
the
the
In
daring
was
was
actor
WANTED.
\Vntkd.~a partner with from
k lJr,(*X> $!,«*>, nn-1 a knowledge of book
r.,Vg* to take an Interest with me. In an old
ac-iJl ••••MpHthiMl can tage factory In this city,
seldom offered. Address
""'ll ••1'AHTNKH, " Thl, Office.
W-'.TKD.-TO KENT AN ENGINE
Jjrom four to ,1a horse power during
deS/sTl Address
2g 18 » . _ GAZETTE OFFICE.
W A Sfi-l,000 NEW CUSTOMERS
s? îâi «1 awM'-siar:
* nd * "
1 ' w No 6 East Second street.
Tarn»
_ * lS X viAL REPORTS.
R SSS&H E TREASURER O ? THE
for »TO y# <*•***
*1,7», I«
8.273.31
2,480.00
DK.
To Balance Dec.
To Income for the y'
To Mortgages paid K
*12,462.47
B> ?*|MMi«Mdur1nKth{ «.«rn fti
Hr I.o.n. Hiadr on morf"'' rj™.•Jr.
By Cm* In timnk Dec. 1 . t '
AR 'IT*ïl' Sîïlftî*' 47
Treasurer vB U • ,
net. WM. It. RVLUL 4 B *
JOHN JONK8, •
Committee ot
Wilmington, Due. 7, i»m2.
The Ain«!, n» authorized by th . „
amounts to *27, Wjn.00, and I» net aY,, VU e , r '_
SSïaJp ctraeter ' r * rt,T *" th * n "h.TnKvc
tM - < U HOUl • _d«*cl4-3t
DU

\rronnta.
VOR lHALE.
A HOUSE SIX ROOMS ANDBATTIn
HE BOUGHT r..r*5Hlii ca.V ; [non,.'
dceiz IS, 18 THIS OFF.,»
pOR SALE.
100 Acres of Standing Timbev
Chiefly YKLLOW FINE and MAPLE,
task
to
wlthln one mile or railroad and three miles of -.„i
the market. For particular* a* to location, price,
—•
very
for
he
take
ject
ing
of
able
I ^OR 8AT E.—DWELLING HOUSE NO.
L. IWWAÄHINdTüN «trect. Eleven room*
with all convenience«. Apply to
J. AUGUSTUS M'CAUL
13-1 ml
jpOR SALE.
32 Desirable Dwellings.
1 3-story brick, No. 807 Washhtgton
street.
1 4-Mtory brick, BIS King street.
I 3-story brick. 18 Market street. 8 000
I 2-story brick, 203 Washington streu a 6**»
2 2-slory brick, VkflJk WU Linden street 2uooeach
I 2-«tory-brlck, 3088. Vaultiircn street 1 .Vk)
4 2-story brick, »1B, «8,0», »22 Eli
6 2-story brick, 827, «29, 831, 833, m Lo
cust street.
1 2-story brick, N. W. cor. Kim
Harrison street.
2 2-story brick, 1133 A 1134 Elm street 1100 each
4 2-story brick, 301», 811, 313, 316 Month
Van Huron street.
4 2-story brick, 708, 708, 710, 712 Brown
street. .
3 2-story brjck, 707, 70»and718 Wright
street.
2 3-story brick, 9th aud Franklin
In course of erection. Also val
uable truck farm
LEY,
«08 Market street.
r <>o
a mo
the
of
sent
1 140 each
The
the
he
. 1100 each
.... 1 ROD each
. 1 600 each
New Castle ave
nue, containing 12 acres and good
buildings. Price.
. 10000
The above dwellings
coulatn from 6 to 18 rooms ear
on terms to suit the purchaser. Apply to
job. !.. CARPENTER, .
Ninth su<J Harrison streets.
In
ood condition and
and will be sold
E
lit.
nov21-lmdA*
VUUL1V HAL Eh.
SALE
pUBLIC
VALUABLE KEAI. ESTATE.
Ncr Nt.uk, Del, the UB<ler,l»ll< il will sell
l'uhllc Auction, hi tim «,il»on Hotel,
In Newark, Del., ou lUESDAY,
Dee. Hull. Itre-, Ht Ï
o'eloek, p. It.
he
ua
by
iny
In
w
A valuable farm and tract of land w hereof
Joseph Warren, died, seized, this farm lien
uhoiit one and one-half miles west of Newark,
partly in Maryland and partly In IHlaware,
contain^ | ';,f, l "7;ï rll ï,XouM,ü!i.ïïi, e "and H I»
under tolerable fencing. There I* a good apple
orchard In full hearing. The natural finality of
the k round Is good aud In >« fair stale or enltha
tlon. It has about 10 acre.-* of Hue timber and Is
a dcnlrablc property for any
of Us hip*. The tract Is clour
The terms of sale will lie ina<
anv Information In regard to title an
I In' hud hv mllliiK on
E. T. Dl LWORTII,
u streets. Wilmington, Del.,<
LOUISA It. STEELE,
Newark, Del..
ELLA Dl LWORTII,
DELIA 1). IIATTON.
LAURENCE J. WAHREN.
d 1,8,13,15
une wishing a far
of Incumbe
le known on
day of
**le, ami
term* cai
Second aud Madlrn
TilOfi. M. OOLX, Auctioneer.
RUCTION SALE
PEREMPTORY SALE
-or—
Hats, Caps and Stove Fixtures,
HHEITF.Y, will sell nt
rve, nt ill» store, NO. äü3
Ills entire slock of Huts,
.Sale to eu
auetlui). JOHN V
auction, without rew
MARKET HTKEF
Caps and Fix
TUESDAY, December 19th, at 7 p. m.
The Ht.« k Includes every vnrlety of H»t.
t'siM The fixtures consist of Show (ose»,
Mirrors. Hat Stands, Desks. Counters,Signs, Ac.
This sale will afford an opportunity for all to
nnlv them suives with seasonable good« at their
nr Ices. Bale positive, ral»* or shine. Term»
' iî. W. STIDHAM & HON,
Auctioneers.
id
Iecl6-3t
pUBUC SALE
The «iilwcriber will .ull at public •»■«, »« the
mllU, near Wilmington, Del.,
TUESDAY, DECEMBER Uml, 18*!,
at 10 o'clock, a. in.,
Thirty head of first class mules, together with
their harness : 4 large " agon», one not
e, 8 carts and harnest«, one mowing mac!him .
aboTO stock Is all first-class and to be post
the owners have no nirtluriiM
to their mill being
Augustlue paper
all
The
lively bold, as....
them, the railroad
P TERMS -.-All sums of«0 and 1«M «f, V»" 'Jj|
■<i,nu nviff that amount a credit ol n lnoiilu* wm
he given by the purchaser giving a bankable note
with «pprovcd^MMior*.;^ Paper Co.
L. W. STIDHAM A Son, suet. dce7-I0t*w2t
Card Albums.
Au immens« stock, ami the prices will
astonish you for their cheapness, at James
& Webb's No. 224 Market street.
Old mid Reliable.
One of the oldest and most reliable estab
lishments iu this city la that of Messrs.
Francis Kelly & Co., at No. ltti Market
.v. This house has always been noted
lor the quality and reasonable price of its
liquors of all brands, und its proprietors
fuel particularly well satisfied now with the
large and varied stock which they oiler,
either in bond or tax paid,at the lowest mar
ket rates. In one specialty alsue, I> u J e ., ryc
whiskies, they are now offering the follow
ing celebrated brands: A. Overholt ic Co.,
January, 1879, aud June, 1880; A. Gucken
heimer & Bro., May, 1879; John Gibson,
Son & Co., May, 1379, and June, 138";
Hanois Distilling Company, August, 1879,
Sherwood, November, 18(9, und June, 1880,
Neveraluk, February, 1880, and Mt. Vernon,
Mav 1880. Samplce ol the above and many
other brands of liquors may be seeu at thslr
store by intending purchase rs.
You Con Get
to advantage at James A Webb's,
Market street, holiday books, thousand» of
them, photograph albums, autograph
athiini« card albums, pocketbooks. wallets,
Ch^ma 1 » cards,"am'es P oi all kinds, elegant
box papers, gold pens aud pencils, ladies
carrying bag8, writing desks, a most beau i
ful line; etylographic pens, hand glasses
and a' thousand and one beautllul present».
street
No. 224
A Fin. Opportunity.
The auction aalo which take» place next
Tuesday at the »tore of Mr. J. V. Sbeppv
présenta a rare opportunity lor those who
Seslro to secure their hate and caps for tho
wlntev. The sale Is peremptory and nothing
will be reserved
!
Adjournment AU or ut.ong <*nd TlreAome
Which will It« Kemcmbered M
the One of Uttl* Work nnd "Hun*"
J uric.
When court met Et 3 o'clock yeEterday
afternoon the Jury in the Powell-Courad
caae was dtscha iped, again haring declared
Its Inability to ever agree.
The Lynch-Martin matter was then re
sumed by Mr. Lore. After making a few
preliminary remarks he took up and con
sidered the affidavits which were presented
to Impeach the sworn statement of Thomaa
Toy. All the affidavits stated that Toy was
not at the polls during the entrle day, but
did not deny he was present at the voting
place. One of the affldavlta, that of Henry
Dupont, waa qualified by thé statement that
Toy was away f rom the window of the polls
sometime. _ -,
There was no denying of the assertion
that 30 Illegal votes were cast at the polls
election day. Positive evidence of course
always outweighed mere licresay. The
affidavits of the respondent were criticised
as not meeting the affidavit of the relator,
and the weak points In them shown up. The
assertion of Toy that 30 illegal votes had
been cast for Marlin showed that there waa
a defect in his title. He agreed with Mr.
Bradford that the burdt'if'M proof did rest
with Mr. Martin to show that he waa legally
elected. When, in the pleading Martin
should show that he had a legal title, *ben
the burden of proof would come hack to
the relator. There were many discrepencies
In the various counter affidavits, some de
daring one thing and others another. It
was not proved that Thomas Toy's affidavit
was not conclusive.
Mr. Higgins thought the exhaustive char
actor of his colleague's argument made his
He reviewed the
Tarn»
A
&
1
DU
task comparatively easy,
remarks ot the other speakers, and Wanted
to know how Thomas Toy knew that 30 ille
-.„i K â ii 0 *. were cast, aud cast for James
Tin*! The rule as'ked lor could not lot
Wanted because Toy^ '» affidavit was insum
WJftJSRSÄiur -
Av the conclusion ot the argument the
Chief J usticc remarked that the case was a
very u#n cu lt one from ordinary applications
for a.rtk*. There was a reason why the
matter atauld be well examined into, and
he proposed with the approval of counsel to
take some tim« to do so. The whole sub
ject would be taken into consideration aud
judgment delivered at the first day's meet
ing of the Court of Appeals, qn the first day
of January uext, in Dover. Alter consider
able discussion tt was mutually agreed that
the second day
The court
the case should come up
of the uext term, Feb. 7, 1583.
requested the counsel on both aides to pre
sent their briefs and citations of authorities
JAMES n. A A IlON AGAIN.
By this time all the judges were evidently
very anxious to leave the bench and adjourn.
The Chief Justice did so, and after a little
quibbling the matter of dissolving the
foreign attachment issued against the pro
perty of James H. Aaron was again
taken up.
Mr. Nields moved to have the attachment
dissolved, but counsel on the other side ob
jected, and they were permitted to call
the stand fteujumin II. Money, a brother of
James II. Aaron's. The witness was ques
tioned as to Aaron's condition before
disappeared, and also os to the latter's busi
ness affairs. All matters of record were
he did not appear to be sick; be went to
knew where he was,
to his wife ;
witness
.
hi
Chicago; no one
ami he never wrote
he at last wrote to
ua fellows: "I want you to eend me money
by po.t office order, f50, Immediately, as -
want to come home to attend tobuainess,
iny absence is being mterepreaented.
ueaa went on to Chicago and found Aaron
In the poet office; went there because he
thought lie would expect a letter, and I did
not write; Aaron first stopped at 35 West
Washington btreet, Chicago; I lived with his
w ile, who Is my slater, and during hie ab
pported her ami her children, who
would otherwise have starved; did not
notice anything unusual iu Aaron's appear
mice when he was iu Chicago; Aaron
lived under an aiibumcd name In Chicago.
Mr. NIclda banded Money a note of
for $175 and asked if he didn't owe that to
Aaron. He said yea, hut that Aaron owed
him $300. The reply caused a laugh at Mr.
Nielli's expense. The WjtneSs then pro
duced a note of his own for $300 payable to
Aaron, which he saiil was what Aaron owed
him. The laugh was then the other way,
but the witness explained that iie liad had a
transaction with Aaron about some horses
und had never received his uion»y.
The court at last agreed to dissolve the
attachment with costs, it not having been
proved that Aaron liud chauged his resi
dence.
Btiuce
dence.
A DECISION GRANTED.
A decision was given by the court in
. Seidell, Hast
case of Henry E. Shimp
lugs & Co., argued at the last term ol
Superior Court. The claim was $363.23
three tarloads of charcoal supplied to
feudants' order ; the defense pleaded set
aud recoupment, the whole of the order not
having been executed and the defendants,
us they claimed, being put to ad
expeuse in supplying
. Plaintiff deb ur red to
. a
ditional
deficiency
pica aud the court sustained the demurrer,
holding that the. special plea w as bud, but
that it could be given in evidence under
general issue. The decision establishes
point that when an order is only partly
executed the amount of the executed por
tion may be sued for while the defendant
may plead the damages caused by nou-de
Uvery of the remainder Instead ol having to
bring a counter actiou for breach of con
tract as heretofore. Charles B. Lore, Esq.,
represented the plaintiff and Anthony Hig
gins, Esq., the defendant.
Court adjourned lute in the afternoon to
the February term.
! h(
the
the
NEW LIQUOR BALIFF.
On Wednesday afternoou William H.
Brady, liqur ballff for this city, handed his
resignation to the Superior Court. Yester
day afternoon the resignation was accepted
and ex-sheriff Thomas M. Ogle announced
as his succès or.
Photograph Album«.
Elegant silk plush albums for lour dol
lars and a quartet at James & Webb's. Hun
dreds of albums.
Table Linen.,
Towels and napkins, b-autlful goods at
wonderfully low prices. Croaby & Hill,
220 and 222 Market Btreet. _
Valuable News Overlooked.
[Middletown Transcript. ]
In last week's issue of the Trans
cript we announced that Rev. Henry Ward
Beecher bad eaten a quarter section of pie
at the railroad restaurant. ' The item was at
once copied by all
Saturday the Aseocifted Press sent it broad
cast over the country, and on the same day
the cable carried the news to Europe. Wo
see when it is to too late that we lost a good
thing. Wc realize now our want of journal
istic enterprise. Wo might have got a
column where we picked up but a six line
item. We ought to have interviewed Henry
on the Moral Uses of Luxury and Railroad
daily exchanges. On
Iu Uooku
yf» cannot ho beaten. Piles of them, and
low as the lowest, here or elsewhere. Jgmea
! A Webb, No. 224 Market street.
CENSED mmM
ion
by
Jj
THE LUCKY SALOON AND TAV
ERN KEEPERS.
A HUNDRED LIOEHOES GBAHTED.
of
not
his
gome New Placée Authorised to Sell end
Home Refused—Row the Onlneky Ouee
Took It.
Considerable anxiety ha* been manifested
thoae Interested concerning the lice"**
acted upon by the Superior Court, .he
continuance of the term increased the in
terest, but to-day the licenses granted are
announced and are printed below. TbaErar
licenses are specified. The firm of FouMtt
& Lewis are colored men and the orator urn
color who have ever been licensed. The
Court, a day or two since, stated that they
considered a place kept by black men a#a
necessity aud such a one would have be#n
1 icelwed had respectable black men applied.
Early this moriiing the office of the Clerk
of the Peace waa besetged by applicants,
who expressed their feelings in various
. according a» their applications
granted or denied. The first to
who shed tears, the
In
be
of
ways
were
arrive was a woman
next was a man who swore, aud so tt weut.
Wilmlngt-ou—Susan B. Danby, Bernard
Boner, Joseph McDtce, HaȍU Sweeney,
Caroline Klinger, Joseph Fullmer, Bridsret
Lalley, Elllsbeth Man*, Mary Plunkett,
Jams« 8. Heal, John May, Alexander
Sa Ville, Matthew Koeser, Joseph Stoecsle,
Joseph A. Baumann. Michael Kane,
Alexander SaVllle, William Alsentrer,
John M. Wandler, Daniel H. McNulty
August Tenweges, N. B. Danforth
Samuel D. Nowlin, Z. James Belt,
Hartman A Fchrenbach, Margaret Burke,
Johanna Wilhelm, Lucy Bucher, Anna M.
Stephens, Margaret Kane, Elizabeth Bruner,
John Fehrenbach, Thomas Faimar, John
Forrest, Philip Plunkett, Patrick Ma
garlty, John Mulrooney, P. G. Plunkett,
Mary Flvnn, T. D. Gibson, James M. Griffin,
John Hartman, Joseph 8to«;kle, Margaret
Walah, Henry
McHugh, Frederick
Daniel
H.
C. Brady, Thomas
Bradley, James
Meyere, John M. Harvey, -
McElwce, Joseph Eggner, John Flyuq, l'.
Plunkett & Co.. T. M. Sweeney, Emma
Meenan, Mary McCarron, Catharine Ford,
R. C. 8haw, Mary McWilliams, John *or
^New**licenses—' K R. Brlnghnrst, P. J.
Ford, J. W. Reynolds, Wm. Kelley, Thomas
L. Mouseley, Brannon & McManus, William
Baxter, Henry Bloutb, Fountain & Lewis,
Dennis Dougherty, Richard Greenfield,
Benjamin Kopf, D. W. McGuire.
Fieidsboro—Edward Silcox.
Delaware City—Michael Mulligan,William
Morris, Thomas D. Bradway.
New Castle—David Boulden,
Shearer, George Whitfield, James B.Toman,
Hugh McGovern, Martin Leonard.
Odessa—William Polk.
Newark—William F. Griffith.
Rising Sun—Daniel Dougherty.
St. Georges—William H. Ware.
Christiana hundred—Suaan Dougherty,
Margaret King.
Middletown—Robert A. Cochran.
Brand ywlwe— O H. Parry._
of
Banth
hi
A CAPIAS FOR TKACY TITUS.
n„ , y « _ _— ..J ITap «fia»» nf All«** *
Old Debt»—A Peculiar Cam.
Last night between the acts in "The
Lace Handkerchief,
a deputy
Queen's
sheriff walked up to Tracy Titos, manager
of the company, as he came off the stage,
and said:
"I have a capias for you, Mr. Titus."
"All right," was the cool remark of the
young manager, "I'll go with you in a
minute.
Then the two walked quietly down to the
Clayton House, where the matter was fully
explained. The whole thing was done so
quietly that very few people, outside of the
Initmate friends of Mr. Titus, knew aught oi
what had taken place.
The capias on which Mr. Titus wss
arrested waa lsaucd ou the oath of William
Green, formerly an Iron dealer of this city,
through II. C. Turner, Esq., his counsel,
aud is for a debt of over $700, including '
terest, against Alice Oates' Company, wli
was advanced the troupe about seven years
ugo. while performing here. At that time
Mr. Titus was the husband ef the festive
Alice, and It Is claimed that he is responsible
for the claim. Bail in the amouut ol $1,500
is demanded.
Mr. Titus when called upon by a Gazette
reporter to-day refused to make any detailed
statement about the matter,and while some
what annoyed at it, treated It more as a
Joke than anything else. "The whole thing,"
said he is larolal to talk oi holding me for
that old claim. I really have
statement to make because I know so little
about it." Walter Cummins, Esq., has
been retained as counsel by Mr. Titus, and
the impression is that the whole matter w
be satisfactorily adjusted in the course ol
to-day. Mr. Titus expects to join the troupe
iu Chicago, where it appears on Monday
evening.
u
Ich
Ill
Economical
wash customers, who want to make a dollar
go as far as possible in purchasing holiday
goods, will find that they can get a great
deal for a little money with a large and well
assorted stock to select from at Crosby &
Hill's, 220 and 222 Market street.
A G. A. B. RECEPTION ♦
The Order of Department Commander
Wainwright
The following has been issued :
Headquarters of Delaware, Grand
Army of the Republic, Wilmington,
Del., Dec. 15,1882.—All national and de
partment officers, posts and comrades of the
Grand Army of the Republic, and all hon
orably discharged soldiers of the late
are invited to join with the department com
mander, in escorting Commander-in-Chlef
Paul Vandervoort, from the Clayton Uou6c,
to the lecture room of the Opera House, on
Tuesday evening, December 19, being the
occasion of his official visit to this depart
ment.
Parade will form on Market street below
Filth, in order of seniority, right resting pu
Fifth and starting at 8 o'clock, sharp.
Comrades and soldiers tqru out in your
strength and extend to our Commauder-in •
Chief a
the Eveut.
war,
loyal and hearty greeting.
John Wainwright,
Department Commander.
David Boas, A. A. IL
A Brig'» Rough Passage.
The brig Paphne of Philadelphia, Wllt
banka, Master, arrived here yesterday with
lumber for the Harlan & Hollingsworth
Company, from Pa.scogoula, Mias., after a
rough and prolonged voyage, having left
there October 31. She waa compelled to
throw her deck load, consiatlng of 25,000
feet of lumber, overboard for aafety.
Fame Act.vs'« B»U.
The saventh annual ball of the Fame
Aptive Association was held in the Institute
Hall last night. The march was started at
10.15 o'clock, led by Master of Ceremonies
Michael Riley, and Sophie Blickley, fol
lowed by 89 couples. Mu»ic was Juroished
by Albert's orchestra.
Stereoscope, and Vlewe
by the thousand at James A Webb'*. A
good scope for fifty cents. In the basement.
HARRI« AN'8
How Down State Papers Receive the Aot
of Governor Hell.
The Mawarean of to-day says : The opin
ion as expressed throughout the State, both
by Individuals and the press, concerning the
action of Governor Hull In reprieving Ilar
rlgan, convicted of the mûrier of Dennis
The additional
THE
Shea, is commendatory. _
evidence ofTered in beball of Harrigan was
of so mitigating a character that it could not
have been expected that the Governor would
not have done otherwise than he did. me
causea of the killing of Shea were of an ag
gravating nature. No man that has any re
spect for himself can quietly alt by and see
his home broken up, the love of hla wire
eatranged from him, hla peace and happineaa
destroyed and not resent it, and the manner
which It was resented by Jiarrlgan In
who caused bis
A
'speech
soon
good
a
tain
The
ou
000
the
is
of
In
taking the life of the man
troubles seems, under all circumstances to
be justifiable. _ . u •
Despite the fact that leading Republicans
of the Dover Sentinel '« own faction recom
mended Handgun's respite that paper to-day
remarks with a growl : "Governor Hall has
respited Harrigan again for 12 moEtbs.
This carries him over to Governor-elect
Btockley's term, aud of course secures Uar
rigan from ever betiig''lmffff, as Governor
Stocklay will hardly want to be his
predecessor's executioner. *
The list of Democratic criminals who have
escape^ because of their politics is a long
one, while any Republican who happens to
be so unfortunate as to get in the meshes oi
the law receives its penalty not only "swift,
Bure and high," but "speedy" also. Gov
ernor Cochran showed what might be ex
pected from them, when he refused to grant
two unfortunate negroes a respite from
death for a lew weeks."
The Middletown Transcript says:
miali Harrigan, who fatally 6liot Dennis
Shea, his wife's cousin, near Hockessin. on
September 19,1881, and who was to have
been hanged to-day, was on Wednesday re
spited by Governor Hall until December 14,
1883. The Governor's action in this case
will be approved by a very large majority of
those who have given any thought to Har
rigan's crime and the peculiar circumstances
under which it was committed."
Jere
City Council Lut Nlglit.
At City Council's adjourned meeting last
night President Conrad presided. Mr. Gar
rett moved that the Opening Streets Com
mittee be authorized to grade Market street
from Twenty-third to the city line. The
necessity of the work was conceded, but
some doubt was expressed as to where the
money was to come from. Mr. Talley
moved the postponement of the matter until
the Opening Street Committee could
confer upon the matter. On motion
of Mr. Garrett the Street Commit
tee was authorized to advertise for
proposals for covering the 8hipley Run
sewer at Maryland avenue and Chestnut
street, to be done not earlier that April 1.
Mr. Garrett's ordinance striking out cer
tain clauses prescribing the details of the
Clerk of Council, was introduced and in
definitely postponed on motion of Mr.
Talley. Mr. Bailey, chairman of the Public
Building Committee asked permission to
purchase maps for the Clerk's office, Water
Department and Street Department, which
was refused. President Conrad announced
that the law providing that bills passed
Council should not be paid until the follow
ing Tuesday would be adhered to in the
Dill» of John Oolllus, $55: Eliza
Frazer,$5; R. C. Fraim, $5; were passed.
Was He a Delawarean.
The Middletown Transcript says: The
news of the murder of two Americans named
Biggs and McDonald, by the Indians, at
Casas Grandes, Mexico, last week, greatly
alarmed the relatives and friends of 8. R.
Biggs, formerly of this neighborhood but
now in the West. Mr. Biggs haa for some
time been one of a corps of Government
surveyors in New Mexico. Re
cently lie wrote his father, Joseph
of Cecil county, Md., that
he was about to make a long trip to the
Southern part of the Territory in company
with a friend, not, however, giving ht® In
tended companion'^ name. The news of
the death of two Amerioans belonging in
New Mexico, and the name of one of the
victims being given as Biggs, naturally ex
cited the fears of Mr. R. 8. Biggs' many
friends here. But they were made glad this
week hy a dispatch irom Leadville assuring
them of his safety.
by
a
so
oi
a
ol
Church Extension.
The Board of Church Extension met In it«
rooms ou Arch street, Philadelphia, on
Wednesday afternoon Iqst, Bishop Simpson
presiding.
$150 for C
The Board granted the sum of
Central church on Denton circuit,
the amount recommended by our Wilming
ton Conference Board, aud gave a check lor
The sum of $2-50 was also
the amount,
granted to Redden's appointment on Ellen
dale circuit and will be paid when all other
debts are provided for.
Ill
Last Night at the Opera House.
The second performance in this city of
"The Queen's Lace Handkerchief" was, if
anything, more enjoyable than the first one.
The audience was not as large as before, but
they were perfectly delighted. The voices
were in g«Kxl trim and Matilde Cottrelly
was the favorite. Harry Standlsh's mooni
solo was heartily encored aud the audience
seemed unable to get enough of it. The
company will opep iu Chicago on Monday.
HuiKlay School Teachers
can get special discounts for presents to
scholars at James & Webb's.
&
de
the
on
the
pu

Au Armenian Visitor.
Dr. J. Baptist Ilaygooni, an Armenian
who is soon to sail to Turkey as a mission
ary is a guest of Rev. II. W.
consented to deliver an address, subject :
"My Personal History," next Monday
December 18, 1882, 7.45 p. in., in the Second
Baptist church, Fourth and French streets.
No charge for admission. A cordial invita
tion is extended to the public.
A New Turntable.
The new turntable of the Wilmington
and Northern Railroad Company at Read
ing is nearly finished. Carpenters are now
engaged iu erettiug an cugine house on the
siding adjoining which will be thirty-five
feet In lengt h aud twent 3 '-fivc feet in breadth.
Gell, and has
Mr. Martin's Bill.
Iu the House yesterday Mr. Martiu of
Delaware, introduced a bill "to encourage
manufactures for export," which was re
ferred. Jt allows a drawback on articles
manufactured in part of imported materials
when exported.
a
left
to
at
fol
Masonic Election.
St John's Chapter, No. 4jTtoysl Arch
Masons, elected the following last night:
High Priest—George E. Wheeler.
King—Thomas C. Carpenter.
Scribe—George E. Johnson.
Secretary—William Marshall.
Treasurer—-Isaac C. Pyle.
A Wilmington Schooner'* Loss.
A dispatch says : The schooner P. T. Wll
lets, from Wilmington, Del., whMi put into
Norfolk in distrets, was surveyed ou De
cember 12. The loss is estimated at £600.
Suuiluy school Class*,
can get special disoouuta for presents to
teachers at James A Webb's, No. 224 Market
»treet.
A
WIRE
"GAZETTE'S" FORENOON
PRESS DISPATCHES- -/
ÿOEEIQN HEWS OF ISTEXE8T.
THE
a
A
London, Dec. 16.-Mr. Foator In bij
'speech at Glasgow last eight said England
should abandon the occupation of Egypt ne
soon as the Khedive could maintain a stable
jovernmenfc without foreign assistance, but
Delated that it was a necessity to eetabltoh a
good government for that country and to
secure the abolition of the slave trade and
domestic slavery. He said nobody wan tad
a war with Prance about the Madignaeur
questtou, but it was England's duty on cer
tain matters before Frauce, respecting the
aettlcment to present the difficulty with dne
regard for the wcllfare of the Malagasy
Dee~t0—-A letter to titt Cologne
Gazette calls attention to the iucrease of the
already extensive Russian armaments and
recent rapid construction of railways to the
frontiers, apparently tor military purpose#.
The German Chamber of Commerce haa re
solved to resist the proposed increased tax
ou operations of the Bouise.
Vienna. Dec. 16.—The Austrian Govern
ment has asked for a vote of creditor 4,1(0,-.
000 fiorence for the relief of the sufferer# by
Hoods in the Tyrol and Carlntha.
Belgrad, Dec. 16.—King Milan opeued
the skuptschina to-day in person.
London, Dec. 16.—Mr. G. Shaw Lefevre
will act as Postmaster General during the
contiuuance of Mr. Faucett'a illness.
London, Dec. 1«.— The furniture ware
house of Messrs. Maples was burned last
night; loss heavy.
London, Dec. 16 —The Bishop of Llaiidoff
is dead.
London, Dec. 16.—Several government
officials have received letters, signed, "Rory
of the Hills," threatening to burn govern
ment offices and public buildings. Precau
tionary 'measures have, therefore, been
adopted. _
8t. Petersburg, Dec. 16.—Prince Kra
potkme and his wile, well known Nihilists,
aavc been arrested in France.
London, Dec. 16.—The man Saunders
who was indicted for addressing a letter to
Gladstone threatening to murder him is pro
uounced insane.
1.
to
at
R.
the
In
of
in
ex
A BIG STEAL.
A Mysterious Railroad Official Who Em
bezzled a Cool Million In New York.
Nbw Yoke, Dec. 16.—Several carriage
loads of gentlemen were deposited at tne
front door of the police headquarter# last
night, at different times and ushered into
the detectives office. 11 is stated that they
called to secure the release of a prison«* or
to secure permission to see him.
The prisoner It Is said, had been arreated
while at supper at Delmonieo's and ae-'
cused of embezzlements amounting to ov#r
$1,000,000. His name could not be learned.
It is said he has been secretary of several
railroad companies.
The embezzlements are said to have been
effected by a system of falsification checks,
extending over several years.
It is reported that the prisoner belongs
N. Y., and that the police have
In
Elmira
been looking for him for several weeks.
"MY DEAR HUBBELL,"
Bow Garfield Through Brady Got VSO,«
OOO From Star Route Contractai
New York, Doe. 10.—The Sun to-day
publishes the fac simile of the letter writtoo
by James A. Garfield to J. A. Hubbell,
dated Menton, Ohio, August 23,1880,which
reads as follows :
"J \fy Dear Ilubbell: Yours of the 19th Inst,
received and contente noted. Please say to
Brady that I hope he will give us all the
assistance he can. 1 think he can help ,/)
effectively. Please tell me how the depart
ments generally are doing. As ever yours,
"J. A. Garfield."
The Sun says this letter was given ta
Brady that he might show the Star Route
contractors that he was acting by the highest
authority in endeavoring to secure the $50,
000 assessment from the big Star Route con
tractors for political purposes.
INDICATIONS.
it«
on
The Weather Report Fro*» tVanhing
ton To-day*
Washington, D, 0., Dec. 16—10.30 a. m.
—For the Middle Atlantic States falf
weather; northwest to southwest winds; sta
tionary or a slight rise in temperature; rising
followed by falling barometer.
For the Ohio Valley slightly warmer;
fair weather; westerly to southerly winds
followed by falling barometer in the west
portion.
of
lor
of
if
but
The
to
J. J. Kobsh'a House Burned.
[Special dispatch to the Gazette. J
Milford, Dec. 6.—A fire broke out In the
dwelling of John J. Rossa, master of the
State Grange, yesterday afternoon. The
fire originated in the hoi air flue from the
heater. The house was partly destroyed.
Insured In the Granger's Insurance Com
pany for $3,000. Damaged $1,000.
Hamilton Disstou'a Charity.
[Cecil Democrat To-Day.]
Over 23,000 poumla ol Christmas turkey*
will be given away on the Saturday be
fore Chris mas to the employes of Hamil
ton DisBton & Co. by the firm. There arc
iu all 1,800 men and boys employed in the
firm's saw mills at Front and Laurel
streetB, Philadelphia, and at Tacony, each
of w'hom will be pres«mtod with a fatiurkej,
except in the ca6c of a ifew, who will be
given an equivalent in cash. On Saturday
afternoon the meu will be marshaled iu Hue
in the shop yard, and as each passes
through the gate he w ill be presented wits
a fat gobbler, weighing not less than 14
pounds. The largest fowls will be given to
those having the largest
and in eases where there arc
members of the same family iu tha
works the younger members will be
presented with a cash equivalent. At the
present price of turkeys the firm's Christ
mas gifts to their meu will cost them about
$5,000. It has been a custom with the
Disstons for many years to make this annual
holiday donatiou, so that no family con
nected with the works need go without a
Christmas turkey. Mr. Disston has for
years bought all his turkeys in Cecil county,
and his agent, Mr. Shockley of this town/i*
now at work canvassing to secure the re
quired number.
:
now
the
has
families,
several
of
re
The Meat Thing Out.
Cbrlstfieid & Best have struck one of the
best things In the market and they are going
to work it for all It is worth, the writer
has tried U, aud, iu his opinion, it is tip-top.
It D healthful; it is beautifyiug; it is use
ful, ornamental aud in every way satisfying,
even to the quality of bciug cheap. When
you hear what !t is, young men or old men,
you will rush right off and buy one at once.
Well, here it is; Dr. Titus' chest expanding
shoulder brace and suspender combined^
That is what it Is, and if there Is a good deal
in the name there Is likewise.il good deal Iu
the article, both for the buyer aud the seller,
it there hadn't been Best would never have
touched It.
Wll
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