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WILMINGKTON, DEL., WEl^KBDAY, JANUARY IQ, 1883.
VOL. XI" NO. '216.
AMVBHMKHTH.
. I A.
^ * -r t mo I have
Friday Evo'g, January 12, 83. |
me banabable Kv nt of the »«aaon.
HYDE & BEHMAN'S
Cirent Consolidation.
lu ri VNItSf COMEDY EVE« WRITTEN.
3—THE TWO JOHNS—2
tniro luclng the popular ComedUn«,
UKV WATSON,
JOHN ÙART,
RAND OPERA HOUSE.
KANU urn MA80NI0TEMPI,*
G
N
Castle
sud
HA
Dec.
JOHN (Fattle) STEWART,
*
• ill a!*o appear In * grand and unequalled OLIO I
OF N iVELTII». .. , _ „ I The
Prices :tft 5» and 76 cent*. Reserved *eat* «a I parable
ci-ni*. on sale all*. F. Thomas A Co.'s «tore. I *uih
JauS-4t-6 I On
r I
during
.Ilf
I ferrules
for
9 a.
RXGI9TEWH MOTIVE»
REGISTER'S ORDER.
UEtDETEE'S OFFICE, I
a^ub^rSÄra MoL I
Executrix of Courad Man/, late of WU- 111
mlnaton hundred. In said county, deceased,
1 1* ordered and directed by the Register that I
the Executrix aforesaid give notice of graut- I i
log of letters Testamentary upon the estate ol I R
thedeceaard, wlU. the date ofg ranting thereof, by ^
rauHlug advertisements to I* posted within forty
dav» from the date of such letter». In tlx of the 1 j an
ment public places of the conpty of New Cwtle, I JL
requiring alf persons having demand«• against # the «
estate to pr«iM«nt the same or abide by an act ol I
As-*»*niblv In such cast* made and provide»!. Anil il
•iso cause the same to be inserted within the Marne
oeriod la the DAILY OAXXTTK. a news
paper published In WUmlngtoo, and to be con I
Unwed therein three weeks, (e.o.d.) I a
t I tflven under the hand and seal of offlce I month**
I ^ lÄÄKÄÄi
* nJ f "' r C. BIOOH. fi.xl.ur. I
In
NOTICE.
Ail persons having claims, against the estate ot
tb.* deceased, must present thesameduly attested
u, tbe Executrix on or before December 21,
Executrix.
dec27> mwf.Iw
•nv
James
Mary
which
bettlug
in
Castle
of
said
court
dav
;
e and provided.
A4ilrf.it: wilmlnxton. 1X4.
Jane
'S ORDER.
REGISTER
KEmSTEH'* OKftCX,
M:w CAHTLK OOt MTV, DEL., Nov. 2A 1882.
L'pon the application of Geo. Dray
,.»rof Kste A.Alderson.lateofWhl
hundred,In said eou nty. deceased. It Is ordered
directed iiv the Register that the AdtnlulMrat*r
aforesaid give notice of granting of letter* of Ad
ministration upon the «nute of Ihe de« a*ed f with
u»* date of granting thereof, by causing adver- I
tlsement» to be posted within forty day* from | 11
Iters In six of tno most public
Castle, requiring all
i
, administra
te Clay Creek
th<* dal«' of such le
plaresot the county of N , ,
persona Inning *hinan«lx agaluNt the estate to
present the same, or at»h1e by *n Act of Assembly
in such case made and provided; and also cause
In* Inserted within the same nerioo In
the Daily gazette, a newspaper published
Wtlmlnctou and to 1 m* couUnued therein three
weeks, (t. o. d.) . , , _ , .
Given under the hand und Heal ol
ifflre of Register aforesaid, at Wllmlny
,on, In New Dasslecounty aforesaid, the I i>.,
1s> and year above written. I
H. C, B1UGH, Register. I jtrd,
|
persons having claim* again?! I U r.
ineeaaed must present the satm-, I land*
Administrator, on or before I Iire
•r abide the Act of Assembly \ the
id provide*!.
KM HAY,
In
In
In
the
NOTICE.-Ml
U:r eHtaU: or»Uie
duly au**t.'fl to
Nov. intHtrtW, lHfta, t
: tnsftf: *t
(1KOKU
AJitrt. . WtlinluKtoo, lX>Uw»re.
of
Administrator.
dca31-lt«-3w
*ald
bei
the
NV
J^EGISTER'8 ORDER.
register's omet. „ l | * T
New Castle C4>.. Del., iMveiuber 12, 1882. ( I J\
Upon Un application of Thoma* Bird« I T Ä
Rx«cutnr of Alln rlO. Newton, late of R«*d Lion I
hundred, lu snld county. deceas«'d. It!» ordered I
and directed by th« Beglster that the Exeou- I
•said give notice of granting of letter* '
or Admlnl-tratlou upon th«*e»tat«* of the deceased
with tin* dale of granting thereof, by causing
advertliu in« ut* to be poaUnl within forty day*
from the <l»tr of such letu-r* In six of the most
public plat « » of the county <*f New Oaatl«*,
nw|ulrlng all p« raona having demand* against
the estât*- 1<> present Un* Hams, or abide by an act
of Assembly ln such case made and provide«!;
und ahoraiiM- the sain«* to be Inserted within th
the
D..
N.
or
them
c a
.. , , , I
\ I «. yen nnderthcband a "^^f ÎÏ
JI* H Vof the lU*giB^r aforesaid a. WRmlngton r
I -New Castle county aforesaid, the [
(he
NOTICE. I
lug claim* against the estate of
iÄÄ 1 " f A *" b,y •- '« h
Addres. : ht. G Jg^I^^^éreMSwVtî; is
DKniSTPU'H ORDFR
fJEGlATER 8 ORDER.
AV — -
ilSTER'H OFFICE. l
New Castle County, Del., Dec. 28tb. WÄ. I I the
U.on th«* anplicHilon Grace Menai« k ■«!- I |>,
mlnlstratrlx ('. T. A.. • f Christian Mewek late I
•*r W lmlngion Hundred, In said county, de- I
ceased. Ht* ordered aud directed by the Register I i„.
the administratrix aforesaid give notloe of |
granting of L« tier*of administration C T. A. I
upon the estât»* of the d«i« a*etl, will, the «tat«- of I
granting thereof, hv nulling a«lvcrtlsemeutc t<*
1* posted within r«.ii\ -lay. from the d «te «*f
such letters in Bl\of the inobt public planes of th* I u.
•ktunty «>t New t'asile, mpilrlng a 1 |>er'Oiis |
ba\ln* demand* agitliiHithe e»tat«« to present the I
abide hv an Act of A**«*mfiiy In such
; mid also cause the bame 1
until the * no perloil In the I P
»AZKTTE, a newspaper published In
H llinlngtou and to be continued therein three I a
week* w . O. 1». I jp
D.
sf.»
Daily Gazette, a
I* rt«Mi |n the
bllshed In Wilmington, and tobe
r«*ln three w«*ek*.
nt*WHpK|««'r
continu« «1
«1.1
•I year atom* written.
«lay
H. t . BIGUH, Register,
All V»'
■i.
IT
i*i. .1
to Ih ill*«*
I>KL AWAItf
;iv
<b-r th«* han't and Heal «if
Offlce of 1 1» «• K'-gUU-r atore>.ald,at WU
inluKiou. in Nt w Castle county af«
said, tbe «lay aud }«*ar above written.
.
. ad ta ll .pM'ka and bond, on cominlwlon. I
'■'Vf'2 1 cr edll avatlahlu tn all paru of the world
d ÂÎJia ,ri "^«r
S. C. BIGGS, Register.
NOTICE.
AU person» having claim*
ihe deceased niu*l prese
teslrel to the Administrât
• -ember 28th, 1883,
In such c
st the e*tate of
X
»am**, duly at- ,
••efore: De- i ..
rlx, o
abide the Act of Assembly
d provided.
GRACE MKSrtICK,
Aduiinl.-nriitiik, C. T. A.
Adtlr, — : \\ Uinlngtoii. |K1. dec26-tts3w
n «d.
—7!
FUÊAMOÂAJU
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
buy
'put AKT1ZAN8 SAVING BANK.
NO. wr* MARKET STREET,
INCOHPOBATBD JANUARY 24TU, 1861.
to receive deposits from 9 a. in. until 4 p. m.
and on Tuenday and Malurday evenings
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
»KM1-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
Regularly made In April and Octotxr. When
•iivldeuds are not withdrawn they are accounted
a. 1 « «teposHs. Thu» permanent deposits compound
Uielr Interest twice In each year.
MANAGER»:
J- ment B. Nmvtli,
Uiarlu W. HawlMd,
NbUuuiUiIR. UenBOu,
p&SiJsr 1
®*iwar«l I'usey,
George W. Bush,
Georire ». Capelle,
M. L. Lichtenstein,
KUward Darlington,
Job U. Jackson,
William II. »win,
Biggin».
Anthony
GEORGE W. BUSH, President.
E. ». CAPELLE, Vice 1*resident,
K. T. TA Y LOR, Treasurer.
J. M. MATHER. Auditor.
<eti2l-ly
PIRST NATIONAL BANK
4 OF WILMINGTON.
tUr.MTOHY or THE PUBLIC MOSKT
—AMD—
financial auknts
—or—
THE UNITED »TATE».
Kdwamo Bbtth, President,
Gao. D ABM9TRONU, Cashier.
'AID UP CAPITAL, |600,000.
FUilaiielnhla, New York and Boston Exchange
mrulbhed hi regular Depositore without charge.
11M ( jjg | nt day«, MONDAY» and THUR» DAY»
DIRECTOR»:
Edward Rena, i John H, Adams,
te w B ; » $&£•«■>•
Uu1.1J.ihm, I Ell u.rr.lt.
Bancroft, Jr.
al-ly
LOHT AHO HOTt HO.
- I VOR
» I A
and
n
bottas
aloe
T?OU'D.—ON SATURDAY A F K*
A. NOOM, a lar*» door-key ; the owner ran
have amine by paying for thl» advertlscment.
ft,AB "ÂïfcîKS , ÂÂk
BtuTUJt.*
N otice.-—the annual meeting «
<>FTHE "Farmer* Association" of New IfOR
Castle county, for the detection of house thieves I -T
sud recovery of stolen horses, will l*c held in I seven
Wilmington at the usual place on Saturday the and
ssÄWÄ-ifi'a&Ä ■was
Scfr. I
Jecib-U I
Dec. ao, 1*2.
F
XTOTICE.—TO WATER RENTERS.
* office Water Department, j
Wilmington, Del., Dec. 21, 1882. {
The bills for the yea r 1883 are
parable at the Registrar'
*uih and King «treat*.
On al' bills remaining unpaid after the '*1*t of
Januar). 18*3, five percent, will l>ea«ldbd, If paid
during the mouth of February, and ten percent.
paid during March. After which time
ferrules may be withdrawn and suit Instituted
for the recovery of the amount doe. Offlce hours,
9 a. tu. to 4 p. in.
decZl-Mt
cash,
.ready and
s offlce, ». W. corner
100
^TOTICE.—DIVIDEND.
111
National Bank or Wilmington and
Ruandywine. Wilmington, Del., Jan. 4IS»,
i Hoard ol Directors have this day declared
R dividend of *lx per cent, on the capital S'oca of
^ btkQk tor mJ. | Mt six month*. » ayalde
JemmuE OTHO NOWL AND,
j an 4-IOt Caahler.
JL -
« TnTTf , F niVTIMEVn
ATOTlLh.—DIVIDEND.
il
First National Bank. *
Wilmington, I>el., Jan. 4th 18«. f
u OA #-d of Directors have this day declared
a dividend of four per cent, for the last »Lx
month** payable on demand.
j»i!(-vn
^ÔflCI. ~
In tiik matter or the
PETITION OK
Matthew Baxter,
et. al.
within
water,
of
»I. A. BOND, Registrar.
_I the
terms,
i
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
5
1
2
4
4
3
OKORUED. ARMSTRONG,
Cashier.
lu tho Court of
Chancery, of the »tat*
of D. 1. N ew Castle CO.
In Partition.
Notice is hereby given to ail person* having
•nv lien or lien* against the estate or Interest or
James Baxter, John P. Dover, Matthew Baxter,
Mary E. Cummings, Re*>eoea»i. Dover ami Mary i
either of them In the premise* to I
which ihe said cause rallies, t*i flic a p« tltlou I
bettlug forth the nature and amount o the mioii „
in the offlce of the Register lu Chancery for New
Castle County, ten days be fora the third Monday I
of February next, and to appear and prove ib** I on
said lion or Hens at the «nsulng term Of the *ald I
court before the rising of tbc court on the third I
dav of ihc term, VICTOR DU PONT,
tfcc'JS-wRH-d# Trustee.
W
2
Jane Av
XTOIICE
11
1
i>., j*k 2, all iierson* having
atfecling the Interest or
jtrd, trustee of Mabel Bayard Kane, Thotna*
Bayard, rust«** of Florence Bayard I.cK'kwood,
U r. Vidor Du l'ont, nr, either ot' them, In the
land* and premises to which said c
Iire hereby notified to tile a petition setting forth
the nature and amount of the same In the »flic«*
In tiik matter or thk\ In Chancery,
petition or Thomas F. |
Bavard, thus ei: or New Castle County.
MARtci. Bayard Kane, 1
Thomas K. Bayard, :
mtke of Florence
Bayard Lockwood and
Victor DuPont. j
ua use
By
Ot Partition.
der of the Chancellor In
lien*
In pur*ua
the above ei
!C Of
***, mad« at the Keptomber
an« lien
estate of Thomas F. Ha
nlate»
In
„jod
fair
this
the
of the Register of Chancery for N«*w Castle
countv ten day* before the third MONDAY In ,
d prove I C.
of I he court,
on the third dav of
OEOROK DRAY. Trust«*'.
.TON, Dec. 19, 1882. decffi-wAs-flw
routiiv i«*n «lay* i>* n»re ui
Februar}', A. D., ls*t, and
*ald Ib-n or lleiiH at tbe ensuing t«
bei or«- the rising of the court
the fe
NV IL
npp.
* T at
J\ U1
T Ä .. m v .i niiv ».* «i
ARNOLD». Ni ALDAiN.et.nl.
■> v u nov
CHRIETOFIIER II. N aidai N
141 •
i< i:
air
of
ted
mil
In pursuance of an order ol* the Chancellor In I
the anovc cause made at the September term, A. I
D.. 18X2. All persons having any II« n «r liens
chUU* or Arnold». Nan
Mary J. Naudaln, I
Alexana Naudaln, Joseph C. Naudaln. Merritt I half
N. Willett*. Chrlhtophcr Naudaln, Horatio N. I
WlllctU*, Laura E. Wlllctsand Merritt N. W llett» I the
or Laura E. Willetts, d«*cca»ed, or, either of I
them in the lands add premise* to which said I
c a 11.0 rllati-» sri- livri'by m.tio.'it to #!.• a petition
M-ttliik forth tbe nature ami amount of tue same I at
ÎÏ the^offleeof U»e Register In Cliancerv for New I and
r ' u before the thin! MON I
[ February. A. D., 1883. and to appear a.d
prove said lieu or lien* at the eukulug term «•! I ,vt
(he court, before the rising of the court on the I ljy
I third day of the term. 1 I*
J. II. RODNEY, Trustee.
vot.ce.
is MATTE»: *»r THL |u a , an „, ry .
Ell C^MoTk! it. al [ N«*w Past le County. U>
'vLwtwSkii ) lu Partition.
' . ,
In pursuance of an order of the Chancellor ln | ,q
I the ah ve cause made a< the Heptember term, A.
I |>, puc. All persons having any lien or liens I
I «ffr.-tlng the (tiu re*t or s*ut«* o' Ml C. Mote, I
I Hannah F.. Wiser,GeorgeH. Mote, Jac**b H. Mote, I
I i„. 4 *oJ. Mote. Mary J. Aiken. Cora V. Taylor,
| william h. Mod*. Margaret R. Yarnall, Isaac i. I
I Mot«-, James H. Mote, Andrew J. Mote, Mary K. I
I h««>«* 1, lia.nah A. Ramho, Margaret ta R. Nt«*wart, I
Martha R. Lofinan, James AI. Casho, Georg«-J. I ,,
(»»ho, Margaret K. Cash«», Anna Cash«». J«.*eph c
I u. Mot«. Jess* II. Mote, Abraham H. Mot«;, I
| Harri* Mote, Tlieodore It. Mote, Raphli-1 II.
I Mote. Kva H. L. Mot«*, Dll worth M. Bucking haut,
Richard Gilpl- Buckingham and Mary M. Buck- I
1 louham. or either of th« m in the land* and
I P r» ml*e*to which said cause relate* arc hereby
notified to tile a petition setting forth the nature
I a „,t am.iunt <*f ih«* bam*- In tin* ofh«*e of the I
I jp irj.t, r t n • hane« ry for New Ca*tle county, tvu j
day* before* th* »filrd MONDAY In February, A.
D. 1883, aud to appear and pro.«* *al«l Hen or !
lleiibul the ensuing term of the ourt, lH'for«- the
rising or the court on the third «lay of the term.
LORE A EMMONH. Trustee*.
Wilmington, Dec. mb, 1882. Ucc 2 d-wA»-öw
In Chaucer}-,
New Castle Co ***
Chu*«*
Of Partition.
»ty.
affectlug the Inter«**
Estella
Naurlaiu.
. Trv « . xirnnrr r ,rr>D tiuT I
NO 712 WXiSl S JL JALiXiA* I
iiv... li* iJui ' 1
T)R8. J. N. & J. B. HOBKNSACK, I
There afflicted with tneeffeetaof HELP- ABUSE
Jim }' N A i' 'l Z A H T HOHEN» lit rî,fa»N C
I i.teon.1 MM Éhliadel'phla, either by mall or by
per »on, during the hour» of B a. n, toîp. m., and
d!dvVèt' l free. Whoaoever .hou.dhno, hfioon
illlon and tho way to lutprov. It ahould read
••WISDOM IN A NUT-SHELL."
nt on receipt ul thre« -cent stamp. I
ptl4-I-14 I
i'H OF Et* til OA AL VAKlß».
,
i ..
J^R. J. P. BURWELL
«TWILL REMOVE HIM OFFICE*«»
To hls new reatdei
NOVEMBER THE 1ST.
ectao-im-141
C. COLE,
JOHN
NOTARY rUBLIU, AND JUSTICE OF THE
PEAGE. _ ,
Marl» Bulldlnir, No. 101 West Sixth at reel. Tele
call. .- - - - ft-l-12-6
■ ^
TAANIEL H. FOSTER,
ATTOBN JSY-AT-LAW,
ROOM NO. 11 EXCHANGE BUILDING,
(Seventh and Market etreete.)
WILMINGTON, 1>KL.
my2-l0
— I
FEU» ORAL.
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F. C. RIFFEL A CO., PnblDhcre.
831 Arch Street, Philadelphia,
6, »-if
FOK HAIM.
of
city
tion»
the
the
the
loss
and
VOR SALE-HOUSE NO. 1308 WEST
A HTR*RT;tw(Mitoryb lek: eight rooms, bsth
and water clow ti II I snd cold water: two liaat-ra
n cellar: anil a I tile o, Odern 1 i.pr. vement».
bottas by 110 feet, with 1* foot alley In rear, and
aloe entrance. Term. aaey. *^7.0*00..
E event li and Market atreeta.
JanS.tr
.. » ïiompr for working
IfOR »ALE —HOMES FOK WURKirtW
-T MEN, NEW two-story 'Vrovinffi
seven room* mud hath: water and X»J*. Kh-'entu
and Church »tracts -.h rmln u» of thecity
aÄ.'sArfSJv»
I i£nra»tr»st* r • BB1 -L j.nKMm
I
Ol
F or bale.—stock and fixtures
OF a wholesale and retail Grocery Htoro
»I. T. DICKEY.
for
cash, at 1x2 West Front at reel.
Jan4-tf
BALI.
JH)*
100 Acres of Standing Timber.
Chiefly YELLOW PINE and MAPLE,
tile of railroad and three mile# of
IJaeent to other large and fine tracts
a the growth of which Is like wise on
within one a
water, and a<j
of timber tan
the market.
terms, etc.^WWF
■eeptrt-d, wA*-lf
OA»'KTTE OFFICE.
pOR BALI.
32 Desirable Dwellings.
wh
the
law
zen
hls
him
will
can.
it
the
ing
he
1 Z-atory brioà. No. WJ Washington
street...
1 4-Btory brick, «16 King street.
1 3-story brick. 13 Market street
1 2-story brick, MS Washington street 3M0
2 1-story brick, 902 St 904 Linden street 2 000 each
1 2-story-brick, 308 8. Van Buren street 1 W0
4 2-Story brick, 916, 918,9», 922 Kim st. 1 «00 each
5 2-story brick, «7, 829, «U, S83, 8» Lo
cust street.
1 2-»tory-brick, N. W. cor. Elm aud
Harrison street.-. ..
2 2-story brick, 11» A. 1134 Elm street 1100 each
4 2-story brick, 309, til. >13, 816 boutii
Van Buren street... 1100 each
4 2-story brick, 706, 70S, 710, 712 Brown
street. 1 600 each
3 7-story brick, 707, 709 and71* Wright
. 1 600 each
. 97<X»
. 6 000
. 3000
1 100 each
i „able truck farm
I nUft containing 12 acres and good
I bulldtugs. Price.
„ . , ^ __.„.„.„j
The above dwellings are In good condition and
I contain from 6 to 12 rooms each, and will besold
I on terms to suit the purchaser. Apply to
I JOS. C.CAKI R NIK »C
I dec21-lmdA* Ninth and Harrison streets,
1 Franklin
2 3-story brick, 9th
In course of erection. Alsoval
New Castle ave
. 10QU0
Jr.
EUBL1V SALE».
tie»
the
TFUBLIC SALE
1 —OF VALUABLE—
REAL ESTATE;
lu New Castle County and »Ute of Delaware.
By virtue of th- 'a*t will and tesUment of Harry
Warren, deceased, of Mill Creek hundred, New
castle county, I will offer at public sale, at tbe
LEER PARK HOTEL, in Newark, Delawi
Tliursday, 11Ü» day of January. A. D„
1883, at 1 o'clock In tbc afternoon,
the following real osUtc ;
U:n
No. t. All that farm »nd tract of land situated
In Mill Creek hundred, New Castle county, Uela
,-ODtal tnasstia'-res. more or lew. with a
„jod non - dw Ulna, 11 rooms In good r.ji»ir;
barn, new, 4.',by SO feet, ursnary, hog and hen
houie, the land ts rolling, good natural »oll. In
fair order, divided In aullsble Helds well watered ■
this farm 1» situated within mile» of Newark,
where* Rood schools and churches are located.
No 2. Adjoin* No. 1 and c n.talua 74 acres
with a stone dwelling »nd barn thereon, erected,
the land 1* ro ling, divided In convenient Held* n
good quality ;th«* LIFE INTEREST
lott oulv 1* sold In this tract.
less, »Una
,
I C.
air order
of John L. Ell
No. 3. Contains 212 acres, more
ted In New Castle hundred, within about 4b,
mil s of Wilmington. It Is divided in 7 Helds under
I good f«-nclng, the soil is No. h I« In a good
I slate ol Improveii ent; the build lim» are a rramc
hou*e In Mr order conUInlng « 1
barn In »o«*d order, granary, hog and poultry
I houae, this Is a good farm. The. undlvlde i
I half Interest only will be sold In this ntrm, the
I other naif belongsto James H. Rajr, Ksq., and
I the farm is In the tenure of Mr. Thomas S ack,
I who will whow th« same to any one want ng to
I purchase. „
Xu.*, I» the Robert M. Black farm, altuktcd
I at the town of Glasgow, In Pencader hundred,
I and will be sold In two track*. Ne 1, containing
I about 164 acre * with the build ngs there erected,
sublect to the dower of tho widow of said Robert
I ,vt Blm k, laid of! a* 43 acre«., wh'eh I» inarkul
I ljy meets an«l bound*, the soli Is alight Loam,and
1 I* *u^c« ptable or high »Ute of tinnroN i-im nt, is
uu«l r hedge feuc^ ft part aud Mûott inv
ad
GmUf.the soli Is good natural quality and will
U> 5 j 0 ° Î.TWîïll >»e sold subject to «low«*'of
Amelia Warren, widow of Urn late Harry Marren.
Also, the »ubscrllx r will sell at same time and
| ,q art . no share* of the stock of the National
Bunk of Newark, Delaware. Terms at sale.
I NKLHON WARItEV, Kx«*cutor
I Of HARR V' WARREN, deceased.
I Newark, Dei... Deeembcr 12, 1882.
B.— I. Aun-lla Warren, widow of Hurry
i. I u. rr ^ n , deceased, will Jolu with the Ex«*cutor
I making a el«*ar and fee simple title, to the
I .pove real «state by the purchaser or pu --ehasers
I ,, a y lug tome 8 per ce ton the amount of
c f, is,, money In lieu of my dower,
I dcclA-wAsAwt* AMELIA WARREN,
I TN * f'nANf'FRY NEW CASTLE CO.
I« LHAWLLiu, .ilu v-anum
l
I - I'BUSTLIH HALE OF—
j
A. or 4 1 FSTATF.
or ! IvLilL A 2VX Xj.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Court of Chancery
of the State of Delaware, In and for New ( astle
('onnty, made on th«* Eleventh day of D* cumber
A. D. 1882, will tl«: exposed to public »ale at the
Court H ou *e. In Wilmington, onTHCR-S
DAY. the Twenty-fifth day of January
A. l>. 1882. at Eleven o'clock, a. m.
The following «leocrlbo«! re» I estate, situated In
the City of Wlluiington, County and 8tat«* alore
sald as follows: No 1. All that certain lot <*r
lece or Ian t with a two story brick house
I thereon er cted, situate«! in said City bounded
I and fieacribed as folhiw» to wit: Resinning
' 1 ih.'eouiliirly Kl.le of Mrtri ai tilt
of forrv-#ve foot wn amt flv.- elKhtha incho.,
Wi tUvrlv from tlu: We.U'rly sld* 1 of VanBnrui
tureet, tueitce Southerly parallel with VanKur u
atr et and pa,sine llirou.ll the middle of the
brtrk partition wall lieteen till, and the adjo nluK
houae, on the Eaat fllty-alx feet to the N orther >•
I
Inchon to a Northerly
C f'Ä *ien„dd"eof'hcbriet. division wall
by liefen thehouje on thU lot and the hou-«' ,
and * ««. a V,ï M î' n VVheréhy&^p'rh thirteen feet
«3 MK
g *"} 2*^ AH that eertalt! lot or pleee or
uffiSith » two iaory till me dwelling hon«:
I there-oti erected »ltuat«*«i in the said City of « ll
I mlngton, bounded and «le»«*rllH*<l as follow* to
wit : Beginning at a stake on the Northerly side
of Fifth »irret one bnndre«! and fifty feet two
Incite* Easterly from Church street, thence North
erl a««d parallel to * hurah street one hun»lre«l
ami tl'ty-flve net to a stake on the Southerly sl«le
of a uew street thirl v f et wide thence thereby
RasU*riy, parallel with Church street seventeen
feet t<* a stake, thence Southerly aud pnralel
with the first mentloucd llue oue . h " l nd ' f ; rt wîr »!
flfty-flve feet to a stake In the roadside ol Fifth
street, aud theuce thereby westerly seventeen
feet to the plane of imglnnfng. with the uso,ln
common or the said new street.
Attendance will »>*:
known at the time and n
VICTOR
,
Tele
h mad«*
given and term
ilttoe afore'Kald by
Du FONT, Trustee,
Or by hls Attorney.
Attest : J. M. llOUSMAX, Reg. C. C.
Thomas M. Ogle, Auctioneer.
janll23
S END IN YOUR LISTS OF LOTS,
MOUSES. STOCKS, BONDS, LOANS AND
— I FARMS, FOR OUIl NEXT PUBLIC MALE—
JanO-U IIKALDACO.
JANUARY 2(1, 18>0.

Fore
ol
Awera
Abbre
1er
pu
Rul««»,
Foreign
to
Legal
'The
What a Queer Climat« ThU la?
First it snowed
And then it blowed,
And then began to rain ;
And then it blowed
And then it snowed,
And then it rained again.
With cold in head
I'm almost dead ;
But yet I won't complain ;
Pain Killer saves
From wintry graves
And makes us well again.
Nobody ought to be without Perry
Davis's Pain Killer.
A 4IOOI» HHOWIN4».
AbdiibI ««port or thn P., W. L II. It. It.
(imp»;-A Budiouw Profit.
At tbr annual mretineof the stockholder,
of ihn P., W. & U. K. It. Co., held in this
city on Monday laat the report of the opera
tion» for the paît year was nubmltted. The
report »hoir» a very gratifying condition o(
the affaira of the company. The report «how*
the total earning* of the main line and Ita
branche» to bave be 15,428,091.91, and the
ndlturee, 13,876,494.30, leaving a profit
51,507.81.
report alao atatea that after cloelng
the revenue fand and allowing for probable
depreciation of the compantea' asset», and
extraordinary expenditure* not properly
chargeable to operating expenaes, the final
result la a surplus to credit of profit and
loss account, October 81,1882, ot 81,465,
586.49.
During the year nine new locomotives, 12
passenger coaches and 100 freight cars were
added to the equipment without any In
crease of capital account. There were
placed on the tracks of tho Maryland
division during the year 541 tons of steel
rath, 287 tons of U^a rails and 151,383 ties,
and on the Cential and Delaware divisions
1,092 tons of steel rails and 1,402 tons Iron
rails, and 91,864 ties.
During the fruit seaaon 1,034 car loads of
berries and 5,182 car loads of peaches were
pped over the Delaware railroad, from
Ich waa derived a revenue of $276,561.88.
The
pell'
E
Ol
mittee
aud
The
the
him
of
111
cession
the
Fiist,
Arms
of
of
laius
Joint
State
their
take
doors
ubllc
Ute
First,
of
tive
elect;
A
tee
Couch,
ples,
and
D.
Roe,
for
'
wh
Registrar Fraser Forgives.
To the Editor of the Gazette : The
Morning New» is quite humiliated, and is on
the stool of repentance for ItA mistakes, and
law lecture to the Registrar. Now as the
editor of that paper has Just become a citi
zen of our State, and entitled to vote at the
next election,provided be Is assessed and pays
hls tax, I cheerfully forgive him, with this
advice: that the next time he delivers a
lecture on law It would bo well for
him to consult his friend Dick of Dover,
Delaware. I welcome him as a citizen, and
will protect him In all bln rights as f»»r
can. If he votes for free trade or protection
it is his right. I refer him to Section 8 ol
the ordinance in regard to the fee of 50
cents. I welcome the editor of the Morn
ing Newt as a citizen of Delaware, and trust
he will read our ordinances and laws, and
stand up for the right« of our State and Its
E. B. Frazer.
1
eminent Btateamen.
Real Fatal« to be Hold.
He&ld & Co. hav** tbe following proper
tie» for sale, which will be dlspoaed of on
the dateA mentioned: January 15th, Sill &
Bally, Red Lion, Pa.; 18th, John Tweed,
Avondale, Pa., and Amos W. House, Chadds
Ford, Pa.; 19th, Thomas Stlmmell, Wil
mington; doth, J. T. Hild, Wilmington;
23d, Augustus McCauley, executor, Wil
mington; 24th, Frank Law, Christiana hun
dred; 2flth, L. W. Stidham it Son,Wilming
ton; 27th, Edward Wilson, Brandywine
huudred; 29th, Philip Arabold, Wllming
; Slat, Lewis Graves, Christiana hun
dred; February 6tb, Thomas Wilson, Chris
tiana hundred; 22d, Thadles T. Ritcbison,
Mill Creek hundred; 28th, Benjamin Camp
bell, Newark, Del.; March 1st, Mrs. Jabls
Banks, Mill Creek hundred; 6th, John
Brad lord, Christiana hundred; 18tb, At
wood Weiden, New Caatle huudred.
last
tion
under
on.
vest
U:n
man
carry
boen
fact
Some
with
and
anil
then
gent
tion
did
last
to
the
and
A Good Concert.
Tiic Yale Glee Club, composed of sixteen
students of Yale College, «ave an enjoyable
concert of vocal music in the Opera House
last evening. The solos and choruses were
excellently given, all the airs being well
rendered, and the powers of a first-class
male glee fully demonstrated. The audi
ence was a very small one.
LOCAL LACONICS.
Officer Charles Bowers, of the Fifth dis
trict lias tendered his resignation and it has
been accepted.
The name of the young man burned with
vitrol at the Augustine paper mill was
James Kennedy.
ToBterday City Treasurer Pierce trans
ferred 35 city bonds to the heirs of the late
Joseph Starr. The bonds had been In trust
for the heirs by the Girard Life Insurance
Company of Philadelphia.
The lady friends of Thomas A. Smyth
Post, G. A. R., are requested to meet this
evening in the Post room Adam's building,
for the purpose of making arrangements for
the reception of Wilde Post of Chester, on
Monday evening next.
On Monday the schooner Hattie Lollis,
bound for this port with lumber was picke«,
up off the capes by the tug Argus. Being
tn a helpless condition she was towed to
Philadelphia for repairs. The vessel be
longs to Governor Hall.
This evening Dr. Wilson will dcllv
lecture before the Unity Club, on "Scot
land's Romancer." He will giv«^ a «les«:rip
tlon of Abbottelord, tbe late home of Sir
Walter Scott. Tbe lecture will be preceded
with an essay by Miss Abbie Speakman on
Dryburg Abbey, the last resting place ol
the poet.
age
is
It
the
In
<*r
u
the
>•
wall
,
feet
or
ll
to
side
two
sl«le
»!
Fifth
BANK ELECTIONS.
Yesterday afternoon the National Banks
In this city elected directors as follow« :
National Bank of Delaware—Henry Lati
mer, Henry G. Banning, Edward Briug
hurst, Charlea Warner, William P. Rich
ardson, Richard P. Gibbons aid Edward
Bringhurst, Jr. The Board will meet on
Friday morning for organization.
First National—Edward Betts, Clement
B. Smyth, George W. Bushs Dan<el James,
JamcH C. McComb, Fli Garrett, William
Tatnall, John H. Adams and Samuel Ban
croft, Jr. The Board will organize to
morrow mornlug, meeting at 8.30 o'clock
for that purpose.
Union National—James C. Aiken, Ed
ward T. Beliah, William M. Canby, Benja
min 8. Clark, Jacob Derrickëon, Victor
DuPont, Henry R. DuPout and William H.
Swift. The board was co have organized
till- morning, but to the abseuce of a qou
rum it was postponed until to-morrow mom
iug.
Wilmington and Brandywine—Washing
ton Jones, Stephen S. Southard, Edward
Pusey, George 8. Capelle, James Morrow,
Allen Gawthrop, William G. Pennypacker,
C. Wesley Weldin and William T. Porter.
A meeting of the Board will be held to
morrow morning for organization.
LOCAL PERSONAL.
Captain Barton D. Evans ol the West
Chester Village Record , accompanied by hls
wife was in this city yesterday.
Wllmer Atkinson and Howard M. Jenkins,
formerly editors and proprietors of the Wil
mington Commercial were in this city yes
terday to attend the funeral services of
Robert Atkinson last evening.
George E. Hallman, agent for Pennsyl
vania for The Decorator and Furnisher,
illustrated monthly Journal, devoted exclu
sively to the decorating and furnishing of
the interior of houses, was In Wilmington
yesterday and obtained a number of sub
scribers to the paper. The monthly Is the
only one of the kind published, contains
thirty large pages and has an exteuslve
corps of talented writers and artists as regu
lar contributors. It is published by E. W.
Bulliuger, No. 75 Fultou street, New York.
Mr. Hallman will visit Wilmington again lu
a short time and give those who take
terest in home decoration a chance to sub
scribe to the excellent work he represents.
mad«*
AND
Perry
that
ben*
to
nothing
and
MATTERS IN DOVER.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE IN
AUGURATION.
umil
the
what
Cooper,
porters
and
present
as
terview
which
Dover
.McFee
with
lating
the
were
do
aud
much
more
drove
the
will
A
county
est
here
other
The
that
held
uft.-r
State
and
their
that
more
ents.
GENERAL POLITICAL GOSSIP.
The Senatorial Caucus to be field
Monday Nlght-Th* Opinions of Various
Tolltlclaus at (lie Capital.
Dover, Jan. 10.-— The Inauguration com
mittee of arrangements met last evening
aud decided upon the following program :
The Committee of Reception will meet
the Governor-elect at his hotel and escort
him to the Bute House, where the address
of welcome on the part of the Legislature
111 be delivered. At 11.30 a. ra. the pro
cession will move from the State House to
the Court House In the following order :
Fiist, band of music: second, Sergeant-at
Arms of Senate aud House; third, Speakers
of the Senate %nd House; fourth, members
of the Gereral Assembly and their ebap
laius and clerks; fifth, Judiciary; sixth,
Joint Committee o( Arrangements; seventh,
Governor-elect Stockley and Secretary of
State Causey; eighth, ex-Govcrnora and
their secretaries.
The inauguration ceremony proper will
take place iu the Cou.t House, and the
doors of the building will be opened to the
ubllc as soon as the procession leaves the
Ute nouse. The ceremonies will b»* as
follows, commencing at 12 o'clock noon :
First, music; second, prayer by the chaplain
of the Senate; third, reading of the Legisla
tive proceedings for a joint session; fourth,
administering the oath to the Governor
elect; fifth, music; sixth, reading inaugural
address; seventh, music.
A public reception will be held by the
Governor in the evening from 7.30 to 9
o'clock, in tho Court House, after which tin*
inaugural ball will take place. The commit
tee having charge of th« festivities are :
Invitations—Dr. Swithin Chandler, Wrn.
Couch, Charles W. Whlley, Jr., E. W. Wa
ples, Charles Reynolds, Jr., H. A. Culbreth
and J. C. Reen; Reception—William A.
Comcgys, A. N. Button, J. Thomas L
D. Mustard, Edward BetU, C. J. Hall, C. B.
Pennewlll, John K. Nicholson; Floor Man
agers—William A. Cotnegys, Samuel I).
Roe, E. R. Cochran, J. J. C. Reen, II. A.
Culbreth, II. McDaniel and E. W. Waples.
'
a
1
&
POLITICAL OOSSIP.
Dover, Jan. 10.—The fitful fever of the
last campaign is* over and Chairman Har
rington of the Republican State Central
Committee seems to be taking things re
markably easy, and paying no in
tion to politics than the anti-Dover wing did
under his dashing leadership. He drops
around into the lobby occasionally, but ap
parently takes no intereèt in what is going
on. It Is a little interesting to think the
vest difference between the position Chair
Dick now occupies, and that which he
held had his effort to
attén
man
would liaro
carry the 8tat* for Albert Currey and the
Ueyfialative ticket, packed In lit* interest,
boen success! ul, there is no doubt of the
fact that he would have been ruler supreme,
Some one has given out the report that Mr.
Harriugton was going to resign the chair
manship, tut there is no truth in it. I
asked a man who Is close hand in glove
with the 8tate Central Committee, about it,
and he declares that it is unlounded,
anil added that the party did not
desire that he should resign. He
then went on to define what the party in his
opinion was composed of and read Mr.
Higgins, his New York journalistic contin
gent and all the rest of that division of the
party in Wilmington out of the organiza
tion of great moral ideas. ''They are not
Republicans in any senae," said he, "and
when you a6k why, I say because they really
did us more harm than good in the
last campaign.
Higgins, au.l hls friends and his organ
being to the Republican cause a dead weight
during the whole campaign, and it is also a
fact, and oue we cau prove, that those
people went to Washington and Influenced
Hub!,ell's mau Henderson to send the
130,00(1 we were to got from tho National
Committee into Virginia to help Mahone.
When Major Lofland and Judge Fisher went
to Washington to get the money just before
the election they were met with a refusal,
and they had quite a stormy interview with
Henderson, but all to no avail. It is these
people only w'ho now who want Mr. Har
rington out, of the State Central Commltte,
Ives Republicans, but Rt
re not."
cine
he
cess
Isa
B.
and
has
was
late
this
for
on
to
be
Sir
on
ol
It is a fact that Mr
of
They call the
publicans they a
post officii
THE MILFORD
The State Central Committee is taking a
hand In the distribution of Federal patron
age again, this time in connection with the
Milford post office The term of W. J. Her
ring, who lias hcl.l the office for six years
the 14th of the preseut
already, expires
month. Herring is an applicant fo- reap
pointment, and w Idle there were a host of
other candidates some tim« ago the contest
has narrowed down between him and Mr.
Vansant, who is especially championed by
Major Lolland and by a large
majority of the State Committee. There
is no objection to Mr. Herring, who
has made an excellent officer, and he has a
large backing, composed of citizens of Mil
ford without regard to party. Mr. Vansant
also has a weighty petition, but he is being
supported by the committee on the ground
that lie has fought for tho Dover junta
through good report aud evil, chiefly the
latter, as there has been very little of the
former floating around concerning that re
tnarkuble thing since it came into existence.
It is believed that the recent, passage of the
bill for Civil Service Reform (a tiling, by
the way, whieli Vunsant's trlemls hate
intensely as the devil ever did li«»ly water)
will have a tendency to strengthen Mr. Her
ring's chances of reappointment.
The members of the State Committee
taking any part in the
A
of
Lati
Rich
on
Ban
to
Ed
Victor
H.
qou
denv that they
fight, but they put Icxu* Tom Ochletree to
the blush in making this disclaimer, and
you would hardly believe what
Dover ring said to me to-day when we were
talking about the Federal patronage in Del
"We «io not intend to have a thing
ith Federal officers hereafter," he
I th«'
aware,
to do '
said, "and don't believe in that sort ol thing.
It was a big mistake to have anything to do
with the Wilmington post office, und we are
in favor of letting the people make their
own selections." What a change ! Bunny
as Judge Fisher eulogizing W. Hastings, a
gentleman who ran for Cougress somo time
ago, isn't it?
The Kent Republicans arc much dis
couraged, and for a long tim«î to come will
only take part in politics in order to keep
the other faction from doiug anything.
Beniah Watson says the result in Kent was
the outcome of four years' work, and that
the party will bo dead for 1Ü yc
The House committees are very satlsfac
splendidly organ
Business is
to
West
hls
Wil
yes
of
exclu
of
sub
the
regu
W.
York.
lu
sub
1" (••mir.
tory, and both houses
Ized for work tn title respect,
expected to come In very speedily now.
THE SENATORIAL CAUCUS
will not be held until next Monday night,
and a vote will be taken «>n Senator iu
each House on Tuesday. On the following
day the two Houses meet in joint session lor
a comparison of the vote, and if any one
candidate has received a majority of the
ba'lots iu both Houses he is declared elected.
If the required majority has not been re
ceived by a candidate the balloting iu joint
session goes on from day to day until a
choice has been made. The friends of Sena
tor Saulsbury request a doniul of the story
:i tbc mein*
that he was personally waiting
ben* a week ago, preeuinubly to solicit them
to vote for him. They * ay he was here on
nothing but business of a private nature
and in no wise effecting hl« candidacy.
A
SOME OTHER OFFICES.
The fact that the office ol insurance. Com
miehioner will not be tilled by the Governor
umil A pi il next make« t he talk about it in
the newspapers seem out of season. But
what ba6 been said gives the topic interest,
particularly In view of certain fact*. E. T.
Cooper, a rising young lawyer of Kent, the
of the speaker of the Senate and one of
Governor-elect Stockloy's wannest sup
porters in this county, was
nounced us a candidate some time ago,
and lately <^)hn K. McKee, Esq., the
present incumbent, lias brought himself out
as an applicant for reappointment in an in
terview with a newspaper correspondent,
which Mr. McFee, it is stated carne to
Dover to have by apj>oiiitment. Weighing
matters in the political scales Mr. Cooper is
entitled to the place, and, I believe, Mr.
.McFee is otherw ise satisfactory as an officer,
with a single exception. That is the vacil
lating coarse lie pursued with roferenoe to
the death-rattle insurance companies, which
through agents
were operating
Wilmington over a year ago, continued to
do so for a long time without interferance,
aud were only deprived of authority after
much pressure being brought. This course
Mr. Me Fee's part was due, however,
more to the head than the heart aud he
drove the ghouls out in the end. I am in
formed that David T. Marvel, ex*Clerk o!
the House and editor of the Sussex Journal,
will not be a candidate, and tnis will, lu all
liEelihood, leave the way au easy one for
Cooper to travel.
A large delegation form New Castle
county was here Monday night In the Inter
est of H A. Nuwlaud, candidate for 8taie
Treasurer, consisting of Edwin R. Cochran,
L'homus Holcomb, George A. Maxwell,
William Grear aud others, and a party was
here in behall of Thomas A. Caveuder, the
other caudidate from New' Castle county.
The reason for this was the announcement
that the caucus for caudidates lor State
Treasurer and State Auditor would be
held last night. It w
postpone the caucus until
uft.-r the Senator.al caucus and the inuugu
ration. The contest lor the position ol
State Treasurer will be a very exciting
and the postponement of the caucus will
enable the friends of ull the applicants to do
their best. It is conceded that John M.
Houston would have been selected had the
caucus been held last tiight, and deterring
that event Is regarded as lavorable to the
chances of Mr. Nowland.
POINTS.
The House has concluded only to have the
more important bills printed. Reason, too
heavy an expense otherwise.
The mails are crowded with copies of the
Governor's meat age on the way to constitu
ents.
Auditor Staats has his report nearly com
pleted.
Mr. Denney presides
House in Speaker Bates' absence.
A big Hood of corporation bills from Wil
mlngton is expected soon.
A
here
that
New
to
All
house
to
list
five.
ther
KU
from Pcnusylvauia
so extfcuaively In
ing
were
foot
been
far
are
are
fail
this
the
all
of
decided to
BOinetimc
cceptably in tbe
A QUEER EXCISE.
Vaccine Physician Morrison Decline» to
Vaccinate.
Tbe spectacle of a newly appointed vac
cine physician refusing to perlorin a highly
important aud urjfeni duty simply because
he has not been through tbe red tape pro
cess of
thing In this city, yet the following corres
pondence reveals such a case :
Health Department, K hoist i a it's Office,
Wil t noton, Del., Jan. 9, 1883.—Dr. A
Morrison, Vaccine Physician— Dear sir: T
Isa case «»f small-pox at *114 French street.
The President of the Board of Health, Dr. L
B. Hush, Instructed mo to notify you of the fact,
and t » request you to vaccinate all those In the
Immediate vicinity. 1 um also requeste I to ask
to take the name aud residence of ull those
horn you vaccinate, and those who refuse,
together with the eol«»r, sex, Miçe, &.c. Very
Respectfully. K,mc«i> B. Frazer.
Secretary.
official qualification is a new
1
To Dr, A\ U. Morrison , M. D.
TUE REFLY. *
Wilmington. Dkl., Jan. 10. 1883.—Respect
fully returned to Edmund B. Frazer with the
Information that 1 have not been qualified as
vaccine physician of the First district. Therc
can notify the incuuibnnt.
Respectfully, N. B. Morrison.
Dr. Howard Ogle is the "Incumbent" to
whom Dr. Morrison refers, but supposing
that Mr. Morrison had duly qualified, he
has not, since the latt* r's election, con
sidered himself attached to the city vaccine
corps. To-day lie is out of the city, not
knowing of any reason lor his presence here,
und consequently a very vital duty of the.
city vaccine physician of the First district
must go unperformed unless the humanity
of some other physician comes to the rescue.
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PIKI) FROM UKARi DISEASE.
A German SitU lonly Expires
& It. Railroud Train.
While waiting at Edgeinoor station last
evening for the train due in this city at 9.50
o'clock, Frederick Bilanz, was suddenly
stricken with heart discus«*, and f«*ll to the
floor. Upon the arrival of th«* train at the
station, 1 !ie man was placed in the baggage
car, and alter giving two or three convulsive
gasps expired. The body upon the arrival
of the train in this city was placed in the
"dead house" and Dr. Kam* MimThoned
who upon examination,
opinion that the man had di« «1 Irani heart
disease. Information was conveyed to the
rife, who upon learning of the
death of her husband became almost dis
tracted with grief. Coroner Smith w
notified and at once gave permission to have
the bo«ly removed to his late residence, No.
525 East Fifth street. The. deceased had
been employed at Edgemoor for some tim**
past. Previous to hi* sudden demise he had
been afflicted with palpitation of the heart.
Funeral of Kotiert Atkin
A number of the near friends of the late
Robert Atkinson, assembled at his late resi
dence last eve dug. A brief address was
delivered by Ezra Fell, a member of tbe
Society of Friends. The re • alns will
be taken to Buckingham Friends Meeting
House, Bucks county, Pa., to-day for In
terment.
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At the City Hall.
Four tramps were ordered by the Mayor
this morning to be taken to New Castle, for
'having forcibly entered a passenger ear of
the Wilmington & Northern Railroad Coni- |
puny last night and using it as a lodging
place. One drunk was settled at 50 cents.
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Proceedings in the Reybold ease w ere not. !
continued this morning, ow ing to the ab- '
sence of three of the jurymen, who were j
snowed up ou the Delaware road. Tne case
is expected to be resumed at l.SO this after-I
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Notwithstanding the snow storm llyde & !
Behmati will bring their great aud only j
consolidation to this city on Friday and give i
a performance in the Opera nou*e. You !
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Brick, Brick, Brick.
No scarcity of brick. We bave a full
stock of all kinds of brick, which we are
selling at market prices. James II. Beggs
& Co.
PERISHING BY EIRE.
A HOTEL BURNED EARLY THIS
MORNING.
SEVENTY-FIVE PERSONS L03T»
A Horror In Mllnanli*«—But Meagro 1»»
tsIU-Dsospe Cat ofl* by the Flumes—
The Storm Here and Kisewbere.
Chicago, Jan. 10.—A dispatch received
here from Milwaukee at # o'clock, stated
that at an early hour this morning the
New hall House in that city was discovered
to be on fire, while the guests were usleep.
All means of escape were cut off, and as the
house was filled the loss of life is said
to have been very great, some putting the
list of those burned to death as high as sevent y
five. Those who did manage to escape suffered
much from the cold, and nearly all the
guests lost their entire possessions. Fur
ther particulars
anxiously awaited.
Indication».
Washington, Jan. 19. —For the Middle
Atlantic States cloudy weather, with enow,
followed In the southern portion by clearing
weather; northwesterly winds, becoming va
riable; stationary or higher barometer. For
>hio valley, light snows, followed by clear
ing weather.
A BID SNOW.
Travel Impeded, Streeta Blocked ana
Walking Difficult.
It began snowing In Wilmington early last
evening aud has been at it ever since, al
though at 11 o'clock thi? morning there
were Indications of cleuriug. About one
foot has fallen aud travel in the city !b con
siderably impeded. The horse cars have
been unable to make their trips, while, so
far as the Gazette is concerned, telephonic
communication is an impossibility. Sleighs
are out in full force and the storekeepers
are not rushed "with business.
From reports from down the State, tl e
fail of snow has been even greater than in
this vicinity. At 9 o'clock it was tweu'y
inches on a'level at Seaford.
At Harrlugton it was so deep and had
drifted to such an extent that it was im
possible to get the locomotive out ot the
round house to attach it to the north bound
passender train due here at 8.50 a. m. A
lorce of men were put to work to remove
the snow, but without avail for it drifted as
last or even faster than it was removed.
Tue train had not left Harrington at 9
o'clock, consequently no early mail was re
ceived from the Delaware road. Trains on
all the roads have been delayed more or less.
THE STORM ELSEWHERE.
Reports from various other port loua of the
country show the storm to be universal at
least as far west as Cincinnati. A number
of brief dispatches have been received as
follows :
Columbus, Ohio—Just commenced, 9 u
m., but indications of a heavy s orm.
Cincinnati, O.—Just commenced.
Philadelphia—Six to eight inches on the
level.
Concord, Pa.—Six Inches on level, ten to
twelve in drifts.
Conowlngo bridge, Md—Six inches
level, twelve to fifteen In drifts.
Washington—Eight Inches.
Pittsburg—Just commenced, one-quarter
luch.
Baltimore—Snowing hard and one foot in
depth.
Oxford, Pa.—Eight inches.and still snow
ing hard.
New York—Two feet deep and over; still
storming heavily; piercing cold with high
winds.
GRAND LODGE MI2KTING.
The A. O. V. W. In Hesslon In This
City.
The Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W. consisting
of delegates from subordinate lodged of
New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware, as
sembled in annual session in the lecture
room of the Grand Opera House, this city
1 ist. evening. The lodge is composed of 02
delegates, being one delegate from each
subordinate lodge iu the jurisdiction.
Among those present were the following :
Maryland—Monticello Hall, D. Meredith
Reese,*Samuel Eeeles, Jr., Walter Snyder,
John G. Taylor, Levi Weinberger, Wra. M.
Butts, Warren Williams, Geo. W, Lentz,
Samuel I. Osmond, L. J. Ballard, Henry
Berge, Wm. Nash Young, S H. Hasset t, W.
Massey, L. T. Dryden, Jno. I). Main, Joseph
U. Robinson, Thos. J. Hunger, S. D. Jay,
Irving Miller, M. D., L. W. Gunby, Jno. W.
Silverthorn, Albert Von Degen, Edward
Raim*. John S. Hambleton, Albert Small,
George W. Kirwan and Theodor«: Wilcox.
New Jersey—J. R. Learning. Charles P.
Burroughs, Ahab Bushnell, E. C. Stahl,
I c:er T. Austen, William II. Vermilye,
Lewis Kuehnle, E. W. Lockwood, William
Thegen, J. W. Newlin, Edward Bareklow,
James W. Million!, John Sehwinehamraer,
C. H. Wilson, F. L. Richardson, James Ed
Moon, Henry Hodges.
Delaware—Joseph K. Adams, H. Ogle,
M. I)., Walter T. Wolfkiel, W. H. Smith,
3. H. Bavnard, W. G W Lewis, John W.
Phil Jps, John T. Jakes, W. E. Smith, C. B.
Rhoad».
The lodge was in session from
o'clock, until midnight, during which time
the following Grand officers were elected :
G. M. W., William A. Reynolds of Dela
Smith of New
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Jersey; G. Overseer, William M. Butts of
Maryland; G. Recorder, A. F. Colbert of
Marylend; G. R ceiver, Myer Hir>ch of
Maryland; G. Guide/Gilpln B. Underwood
of Delaware; G. Watch, William H. Ver
myle of New Jersey; G. Mini. Ex., G. L.
Wilkins, M. D., of Mary laud; G. Trustee,
p. G. M. W. John B. Askew of Maryland;
Representatives to the Supreme * Lodge
which meets In Buffalo, N. Y., John B.
Askew, George W. Morven, Samuel Eeclcs,
Jr., all of Maryland.
The l«»dge reconvened at 9 o'clock this
morning.
Itoartng Crazy Drunk.
About 8 o'clock last evening Officer Cole
was called on by a driver of the Pioneer
Coach Company to arrest Frank Goldin, a
for drunken Englishman, who had already been
of put out of one of the coaches at least tw ice
| for disorderly conduct. The officer took
charge of the man near St. John's Church,
Ninth ward, and started to the Ilall with
him. Upon arriving at the bridge* the
j IVUow threw both himself and the offl- er i<>
not. ! the ground t wo or three times, curbing loudly
ab- ' and swearing violently. The prisoner was
were j dragged by Rheer force as far as Tenth
case and King when several persons, after much
after-I delay, voluntecrc«! to help the officer.
j Goldin kicked two of thos«* aiding the officer
i and struck another a savage blow w ith his
j fist. At last he was gathered up bodily and
& ! carried to the Hall by five or six men,
only j screaming and struggling the. while,
give i was locked up und this morning lined
You ! and costs. The time occupied In getting
ï the prisoner from the Brandywine to tire
i Hull was just one bout ami 10 miuutea, ami
I the officer was w*et with perspiration.
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Misses Virgie and Annie Fisher of Dover
visiting Vire. George Alfred Towueend
in New York.
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