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TIIE TRIAL Vo BE PRESSED.
Brooklyn, Dec. 28.—The following is a
-opy of. the complaint filed in the. suit
i. D.%oiht0D fRitinst H. *WP Beecnl
yew York
Moultpu ag
softti*
of
er:
ireme Court, Francis D.
IJ^W. Beecher, com
jmlaintiff alleges
ncious Intent to Injure
name and credit, to
public ffisgiffce,' U$ causl
ondjd anf to libjmf hirnff J
nse »^ ott .
yn for the purpose of
iadictDeOB agftinstltha piaiR
__ . , ,
fsMvaud maliciously, and without any
ssf5 Arena m gam
having uttered and published ot and con
inghim. th| defendant, certain crimi
jjbels, Whicl said Ahnrge solmade by
ndant was* wholly YalsS ana untrue
1st, that- .*Ith a m
plaintiff in his
fring lim lntjl
liimfbbe impi
trtiiuileTimrex
about the 3rd i
tatily go befc
lourt of SessioEB
in the city of Bros
procurixfe
titf as her
, 2d.. At
stated.
irt
re
loll 1
ml
as If then and eier
:ld, That the defe
ciouly and without any reasonable or pro
red the GrantLJury qjorp-,
ant th tbemald
;ment mgaipt, {
i,a,ble b causa|pr
Mid tl) tindmmj
urt
68
plaint
-ItSessiqii^njpidlct
for the said alleged libel.
3th, That on the said 3d day of October
1871, the said indictment,fas .tranEfcrred
to the City Court of Brooklyn for the prose
'tsitua
ciously and Without any reasonable or pro
liabic cause procured a warrant for the ar
rcstof Jhej»teiptiff upon the,igliscesaid:-ki
rn toTtilwer the chlrgetflminiiiaSe
jictmc
against him, as aforesaid and afterward
wed the plaintiff todWtakW tn-eirstedy
m2 carried before a Judge of said City
Court ami to-Joe then and tffere _compelled
to give bond
bill. That.
Biciously and witliout any reason aW wor proh •
pble cause procured the plaintiff to be ar
raigned hclore the said City Court and com
piled him to plead to said indictment.
hsm^tsesaasfs
anxious to stand trial on said indictment,
lut die District Attorney in; and for county
If Kings aftefi-eonsffKi
N in compliance with
KffUfkWiffiKSSfetSS
w said City Court of JBrooklyn, that a
'Olle Prosequi iie enlfired as Y5 said indict
>ent, and tile prosecution thereof against
taitilf. The said City'Court did then and
tore grant said motion, and it was there
in adjudged and ordered-by said* Court
a A ofie Proeeqm should tjo-aHowe* and
**wd as- to f said. .lndfcljnent against
la '':ill'and the same wa£, allowed and en
>tc2 on record In said Coifrt.
Mi. That the said indictment, complaint
M prosecution, ahcTeach oi them is wholly
Fjtil and determined in l'avor of plaintiff.
PI), That iiy.rearonpf itli^premises tlie
fiRiiifl lias bei-n injured In Ids good name
N wounded in ids feelings and involved in
PPtDse and subjected'to insult and oppres
P5J.0 his damage $50,000. Wherefore
PiWW (icm'andf- judgment Tor $$<5,0(50 and
FJ.Signed itogei A,Rrior,Plaintiff's Att'y.
"•■y "hd County ot New York, ss.
Ikrancis D. Moulton being duly sworn,
f ' 1 " 1 Is plaintiff -111 this afitfdn; "that he
ptcad tile above com plaint and - feat it' is
f e of tils own. knowledge, except as to
Phers thbreirt statdd "oh information and
pi aud as to them, he belicv.eg, 44 .-W be
I?' Signed.. . _ _.
I biuci; p.Nf quit on,6Worn.be fare me this
t ! 1 'lay of l)ec. 1875. ' T
William P.-Parker, Notary Pub
to ajmoar for trial therein,
thft fU.lSprtanf.'RTap jy and lUa
In^-Awith defendant
his wish but against
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'•ooki.yn, N. Y., Dec. 88 th.—Beecher
wiirorsatlen to-day says he ha£ not read
■papers 6 e rvedupon-him -last night by
.il i" 8 lawyers, but he hae handed tlie
# < (A ovefilo Ats^dWIel. TMInlKa
1 ^'vlientZcase willcon.o to trial.
HI lie represented by -Shearman and
."r- H« refrains from reading uews
ft ounts of tho case as he did on
ffrfti. M-V.V-*• • '■ i7Bu 1,L '^ l * J '
fully
'early trial. ■
n
i
on.
W- is
feesuit
preps
* b' aislnfor Assaiwlna cd.
"'. OtiiVA^,'De* 1 . 2 it.'-tap. "£VPierson,
'in-aij member of tlieLegislaturefrom
'toll of Natchitoches,w'agassassinated
|'G.V evening by Jas. Cosgrove editor
lan i but, for the last two years acted
*Repub]icmie,,.,Si#ee that .time
1 has attacked him bkterlg ia bis
r-'^'iiritarly when Piar*f)ft'W**Ab
a si ,, WD - Some weeks ago Bier son
ta* ftl £e to Cosgrove, whicbfee lat
j to recoiv«,rp4ersoh thei-pfib
l #v i,e a sliitHTercr and coward,
fan. i?. c °sgrove waylaid and shot
1 ibehind blowing off the top,of ..his
.11 , rs °u w4g<$ fofif. partner of Hon j
L-u'^vy, a Democratic Congressman
56ian „» 0 , Urt '* 1 district; Ms death,gives
lit inn. c °utrol of the legislature on
1
Hu
!
:
OVER THE CABLE YESTERDAY
Tkf "PentMUMd" DliMter.
lofth
ei
INI
h
in
•d!
r
shl
Ut
real
le
IlfC
smasl
•glil
tin
ii
i h BreR g
recovering the property,
__A lcuilUr ;Hurrlcane.
'»?
mneayteiS'S
l>o«mwtroaeMro,»l,ml **"*1 "umber
of cattle and otkef iimmals were killed. .
London, Dec. 28—The la'est advices
iariiajttmEicn
coht.rol over the settlement at Perak, and
no further trouble is feared.
:t
ull
tl
Cl
i a ! pope's Nome Day.
New York, Dec. 28.—A Htrald cable des
.patch-from4>ee-. 27, Bays i
ax
tienn. The members of the Papal staff and
their commanding officials received the Pon
tifleial benediction kneeling. The War
Minlste^aA Hfc MolRie^HjfiunAl read Bn
address congraiuTating the Pontnr, to which
the Pope returned a suitable reply,"
VI Ay MAII. AND TE H
It is reported thyt Tw»d ipiiwking in
sRalllown in CanadJi K t l T £\
% x laeen Isabellrff 6 f
ously ill of the measles.
J6WBW
The Pope is tp confer the Cross of St.
Gnegpryjht ftrjat ffpithc Jffzgnjiayor of
London. • ■ -*• •
Coun
ldtldtj
any statement.
- - — °
Si
Is
Ohio river flood Is now
river is very high.
l£"4"a , 3t!"X , Sd;Stt
disabled, stsamoi- L'Amerique, at Queens
town foirH|yrej r-| -rjr- "ir-r
6 JudgcfDiwiohne-gAe a dewsion ^stird ay
'morning declaring the recognizances' of
TwB'ed'l bail'ofl hSven recent indictments for
felony to he forfeited. ^ _
:ed.
e
j r
dlfij
:c|
mai
mm
et
s,
ating the revenue laws

igorous bombardment of
arlists, the situation has
t probable
led to evac
in forced.
An Englishman named Grinald, living at
street, in Hartford, Monday night, and in
He
bceome critical, and
|h|Uh|^ri4on wi
tfley are
ISMS.
promplryTe
e
4he«nenuej^he><wae found dead, having
fallen down stairs in tlie night,
was broken.
k
The Blehfip 4Hvn r W Sttcr.
CiNciNNAT?,~Dec7'125<*-Ar the awlii
weekly meeting of the Methodist Preachers
held yesterday, the Bishop Haven matter
was under consideratiou. l One set of reso
lutions was offered declining to express an
opinion on .fee third term, and deploring
Bishop Haven's course, and another set ex-,
pressing jtqiAZfimgaCIat. fee .uaiecessary
alarm over such a little matter, denying
Bishop Haven's right to speak for fee
whole- Chur eh;- and utterly opposing'«ry
connection Let ween Churcfi and State, was
also presented. A brief but lively discq*
sion followed, and finaUy the whole matter
was laid on the tabl^i which is probably the
end of the wljole su
.Msrrlefl By Telf|rvaitih. T . a.
PiTTbBt-RO.'.Pa. "Doe. 88 .^George Scott
Jeffrey, a telegraph dperiltof lit
burg, Green county, this State, and Miss
Lydia Culler, telegraph operator at Browns
ville, Pa., were united in mbrrfageBy' tele"
graph to-day, the ceremony commencing at
2 p. d>,'. The ^officiating- clergyman- -at
Waynesbarg,- read 'the ceremony to the
groom, who telegraphed the same to the
bride, who responded by wire. . All other
business -Was suspended •IfrtHd'twn*' Offices
during the ceremony. This is the second
marriage by telernaph imtilrla jwrtjffithe
country. Four tyeiftt Pitts
burg, and a gentleman of Rome, were
married.by .Bishop Dominic of this Diocese,
by wire,
ray, Mf b. l .
aynes
,.*• _ri.fi U
.. .Terrible Kailrond Aeeirifiat, *»» ;
Momprlier, Vt., Dec. 9ffi««-Au *$l!el
dent occurred on-the -Vermont Central rail
road at Middles*»felevw»*drig. While run
ning 80 miles are mjrWfe£Ti 5 ®uKfl 8 thrown
from the track by a broken rail, and twf
Pullman and another passenger car went
ovcratweutj foot embankment. A number
of passengers were injured,-Including C.
Dion, of Holyoke; hpr tn - the jheadti'Ni
Lafller, of Holyoke,.cUt' Oh the bead'*Mrs.
Bofidpin/West, BrookflfeldVMasfe;,- ftfirt In
ternally; Jno Athen, of Three Rlfets, hurt
bruised; R. B. Konuieon, Boston, leg hurt;
F. Hr Mirrshall,'Boston, leg hurt. The full
list not yet-Been'.rjWeivfi.a
i.Mary
lickey:
.
A >104 Her -OhwHslls W fiW ry.
Concord, N. II., Dec. 28. —Last evening
as Conductor Drake was going through a
Pullman par on the Northern R.R.,he found
a rmall boy.without any tlekttwbo^aid he
was placefUn the ear. at NMStta,-t>y a Mr.
Butler, and was going to his relatives ft
. ,The .Jmy, 1410 .,said-beuwae
told hyMr. Butler to***y ha worked in *0
cotton H»Ul^*ut.* HWMHJh
nothing about a'ttiiff' IW Sitftl hlCliad-j-K
centlv come from Manchester, Eoglaud^
with Mr. Butler, ft^hw«j» 9 fi.llwsyh^Mk
adciphta, and was taken from his brothfrt
and carried to New York,. Where he was
kept locked up in a box for a long time.
Then he was taken to Manchester, Eng.,
i where
naaBi.w$«itMa?)lt*E'T»ift *5 vnMBMt wo.
■ ■ ififtr? fihibbily, and n 1 a
boywa*
taken charge,o(j|>y fl> Mg<wiippin,th g Aggnt
of thfi'KernwinlrjCiffiral R. R., who itfcpks
in Montreal- The lioy is said to stroffgly
resemble a picture of Charlie Ross^^^^_
I
i
He
han
m.ani a.i"
MINOR MIPATCMEI.
Nrw Tokk, Dec. 2$.—A Washington
dispatch says It is reported that the Presi
dent ia preparing amessageoiT Southern
affairs.
Nsw Tome; Dec, 28Liabilities of sus
pended firm of Cipperly & Collins, bat
dealers, Broadway, estimated 1140,000 to
$ 200 , 000 ; assets uncertain. •— •'
' ^ " * ^^rt-The gtoop of ~
nr
1*1
a
i
o
B
avy xa
$20,300. She is in bad condition, she wae
launched in 1866 and has never been In a
tf hffHUMB*! tlftiv! h itiitou ! oilT
New Orleans, Dec. «8—The Mexican
General Porflris Diaz and a staff officer,who
MM been tsfra Rr serae dnfs,leaaeRiant>|i
row morning for Matameras. The General
was..entertained, pt a banquet, to-day by
Lieutenant-Governor Antoine.
japta
nay
e w Oheeansv Dec. ,28.—Ur3; Marshal
Packard has received..* dispatch today
from Kaufman, Sheriff of West Feliciani
dated Bayou Sarae, ,M follows : "A. .Lj
Young, Deputy Marshal and another man
were kidnapped about l a. m.,,on the 25th
ihst., at-their hotel." ' •
i
Toronto, Dec: 128.—A' meeting of the
shareholdeig.of the Xpionto, Grey &, Bruce
Railway was held to-day, when It waa de
cided to Issue $1,250,000 of bonds to re
deem those previously issued and now -.due,
it is-stoted'-tSuLthe Ont»fie-GbvirB*&«jif
taking decisive stepa-for-restricting the li
quor traffic,- affiJLfbi' that purpose is to be
laid before the'Hdust When it again meets.
i h
Meeting or Hal I roast Combination^.
Representatives of the Michigan Southern,
blsran Central. Lake Shore and Foil
arto
consider what' • rate sb<n(£ff?he^%lH§£$d
for carrying live stock from the westto the
a definite *rcMJt being arlGSidS/^heV^
mont Central-ami- Grand "Trunk lallroadt.
are to 1 » shutout 9 $ the new-.-oowNuailon,
but both these roads claim to he indepen
dent of any action tha Western roads may
take. s *'
fee Bnnrd ri*nid*^
a— a-rk-qbaiani.
PHT CHATV. :.~
there: wfaui
NO QCORKRpAST
ZAT^5>IV TALKED 0*^1
As usual, .teit tarjoifig
quorum fefee: chambers of-the Bgaiid of
Trade, the' OlHf ~ jpresentcieing
Messrs Heaid, Mendenhall,and VfeTriimp;
Mr. Jenkins of the Commercial, MV VernoB
of the Kepublitan, Mr. Croasdale, of the
Evtry Evening, and a Herald representa
tive.
After remaining quietly seated for a few
ftfl.i WifRl ,teJfnBW.,lf
enb .pnoposad. btfdfag
t<ff«-Whklr) HkyMeM
OMKEseria toqueato
li«it tei»Hei<GhytH*10ng'If'th4 •BOaflff. h'fe
finally succumbed. .**•" iu ' -
Mr. Jenkins felicitously replied that if
not dead it certainly required careful nurs
_ The proposition of Mr. Pusey, that the
W»fo,a,resuttiv
ing.
dbetransfJB
be
off
r-P
as
kept, aadedUfeiMNiaw
ally, and'Mr. C^(islala ^ Q w«». s«*y .ag * to
bow aclub which he once belonged to died,
of virtue, but a whisper of incredulity was
audible at. the.annauncement. - i
Xndpou tt Metnber'exb'lalm(d'biie. r 1 '"
oMhfi
plRe'fiPmlelfoff blftff'thdy "gavS up Iheir
present quarters, which will be op .fee 25th
bOni«s.)s'uV-*: f *
-
sight 1
*
,V5
and
ft
rtl
se
le|
MMrs
J»EO totUXIoVi,
\*f
T
-A- HOW- gN T EH E P A Np-ROWPEU
On Monday evening last some thieves ef
feetadranfintiwnoifcdatd'Oie hdwfo fifMf. 'E.
vetx-liLuM fcy. prylDg
opaa fee feuttbrrof the' ffritehw windldw;
.* Gift i I.fl l .j'ji If*'
apeeap, tlrejihpr^ifclKied to
plunder the housefe -fi 'ffufe ' bhl^ftfr Jflw
manner, beginning with the kite]
d four shirts from it wh
found In tNd WMifeubyMrs* bwxra
ing $3 or $4 were taken, a flour barrel ini
thecellar-w^jsjw IjgMqned of apouf thirty
pounds of flour, a loLof potatoes and nearly
ten pounds of meat were aftu .taken*. J(t.
Ainsworth's private desk was broken open
and Its contents scattered about fee floor
in a promiscuous manner. - After Jbpr-.
ougly overhauling everything down 'btafts
the thieves proceeded. _ft_in
second story, in feitphfiwwy; they did not
Succeed, as the eiftranee or one of the fami
they
ntain
reinove
thej
iy.probably frightened them, as they hastily
made their exit, taking-care-to- gather M
the articles, with which, with the exception
of efie-ehirt-that-was dropped In -fee* hurry
ito scale a board fence, they
icape. The 'aTtldlgs atoTeh
!$20. The robbery occurred about 11
o'clock, at which tiipe all fee
the fa . . . ,
for tht» timely entrance of the one lUudj*^
to, It might have been of a more fferlous
nature.
made their es
were' valawT at
;Bf
1 .
aha liad It
i
'If 1 1 ' -* 1 '. •> .
,1.4 r. " t ■ , ..*■< 1; ... ■' fs*>;
H»w p » lrs»fi Wi> . -.ift
I This ^j^^.^t.iwVo^cloefcJ'tli'e ^afcli
Inaan at ihe grounds-where fee new round
mouses of the P.W-41B. R. S- are-being,
brected, heard the groans of some one out
In the centre, groaning, where the earfe -i*
so miry as to be unable to bear but a veny
blight weights Upon feWg fo the resevg,
|i« found.a man who had already sunk up
te*tii«*n8tlc, find wife coMideratUefttifleutty
pfficers Bradford'$n&,,feK
hfe fiawnlRg. fee mneLfrcn
ithetr,hands BHdettBk
beBamUri" Bit Miff.
MfcSrstftet'.^He
stttr 1 **'
Nfiramw
1
fit*
mm
fee man'* face
It w«h*$Bnmlft
j
His
on
kutth
if
i condition end Wfi
taken to his home.'
hud afterw
to bis assistance, he wo
for
SSSK
most
; .QUlfMlXG yV
' i ■
THR WORK OP THE POLICE—A i TSAI'S
CRyiut iii wil'mi^g¥on--whs3! wh-hIve
etriLT—;i pool}-' skowiiro—yons'J for
. - BETTES. • ; " ••''•'H*
• ••* -j_ ■ iv n
The police of our city are acknowledged
111
tr
tabs uusufficiept in numbers, at least,- but
nbtwfth standing nnmerous ij i%ulties, under
which the^ajre compelled, th labor,th^'sui
cehded Jp $ {very comiperitlable degree ib
protecting our meijrfiants, and keeping t^e
pefee of dur citj very creditafclj;.
Upon the first of the year the old force
Will be replaced by, .the, .one selected by
'!&typrrWhlteiy,' mainly however i- from the
present body. Tbey tvlll be our Centen
nial police, and-It Is hoped that Ctiupell tvil l
lEecrcfase theirtffleiency by addidg to theft
number. The old body have, dnrihg Uft
past j^ar, labored,.feithfujly,; aqd Tor
most part,-will, and we -p'rescut 'a' resume
6 f'their work lbr jhi pasb. twelve T Jhbopa
Including the present. '
, . ARRESTS ^Np D«POamONS. w
For assault and battery, . jf
■ • V' disorderly conduct,
£ threatening bodily
-'i' larcenij, ^ v.
cruelty to animals,
;• malicious' taiscfticii,
■" .drunkenness, ,.. ' 7
''incendigrtsmi''
■ c -vagrancy,• ■ * •
" violating City Ordinances,'
" burglary,
138
238
hard)
■ ' ' 5
'24
J3
id
!
'if i
reslstfagofltcere, -
trespass, . '
fogHive from justice,,
gpcetying stolen' good^,
e ; h »"l*5 -v
wpbllak nousei
crueltjt toebild
Socket pjckipg, - • 1 -
" ' obtaining goods' nnderffslse pretense, 1
c ; ..Totfcl, -ides
dftills number one ■ hundred «anil twenty
wife committed to ■ jail ettber for failure to
pay"' the 'recfulrefffibeB, inhbUlty to. ;furni&li
ball, or for vagrancy. " . '*'
. It wbul 4 be quite liupotelhle Jb gl^e any
reliable reason<foV the apparent Tailing Off
if crime In'this effj since last -year, judging
from'feelfeCordhaWthe. itsUons, unless it
le feat work had more genii aliy. prevailed
than was'tne case in 187^; and those !wbd
have been out otwork and-were in a condi
tion to c
cities.
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ommtt crime, have left for other
-... W® present .tire comparison ,by
months below,-and -each' may form his own
tli^sAyiM>iiit&m- • iT / p
r'--*■'V Apstmr RECORD. *'
V vf .■'*? • ' ' 1875. 1274.
80-'*
, 45. ' : A .
63..,. MB,;
■ J59, ' 89 '
62* . 122
105 • 121 •
: 83 137 .
:\A 96 115.1
■ -138- bt ;•
aoo-"
January,
Febfeavy, *.
Mtfrcft, '
April; - ,-i ,,
May, M
June,
W •
Augvist, ;
September, f.
OqSpber, -u •
November,
December, ' <
»•. W
. -61 ta
' 74 **163
- r;1
."i rf.'.Z ■ ;■ •- J065.. 'l$te -
It'Will be sOen that;there iis 4. different^
■' neariy.tWo hundred arrests betw 8 en.'Wv 4
two-jyears, and this dlfferehce ixisfs.'foalWy
in tne graver'offenoes, • such • as- Bujjgiary,
larceny) attempts jo kill, which'either »t
gues ill for the afiSqlency-of onr'police er
denotes
of
a better State of affairs among the
criminal class*/. " ~ 1 -'T'" TT: -
Compared With other cities ofequal popu
lation the exhibit'is'gratifying, and In pro
porfew tp.6ur'population it show's aldecldi-S
la^spro rath of crime than, mdfct fey otbej
tm In the pnion. • Ther.e' bav'e beep, but
TOmparatlvely fewgravewrtinetj crijnmitted
during the paac year,, tfic -{lerpictrntors* of
wbleh hhvi not bSfcn captured and ft taoat.
qaseg puplshud. There ar4 several notori
ous exceptions put we cat) hardly expect
our small-police forties te perform -miracles.
BJHLDINft. STATISTICS.'
Ooippared with our sister city.of Chester,
the building operations which have .been
going'oq lor fee past.'year'in Wilmington)
db hot present a pleasing contrast to the
pride-, of oUf citizens In the fofimer city, cn
tfre blocks have been ft softe ca^seteclpd,
and the'contractors and builders there; have
be-in busy all thpyear. ' • '
In WUnriingtqri the jtear has 1 hocn thp
ftllcst for fee past fifteen,'biff .thec'onli'ac
ore • with whom' a. Hkracd rftnesen
ativfc talked * .wife • yesterday.
lOpeftl feat itbe Centennial- year
vltt. be a vduch better ode than the past
ipd they Sly that contraufe are being', made
'or'manylhqufts'anfl bufidirufs
01-1876. . ,1; *
TlieTo lpq-ftg is.'a statistical Bccsunt.i of
permits ftrictccf By the 'Engineering
feptirtmcftt for thfc Iftst three.years:;:
- ' ' 1875. , , 1874,/li?73.
ianuary, . ' 1 10 '
i-j-J* ;r.B
5 30 85
are
1
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4 V
Ijo, be erected
be
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M^fi *
-
une, -
uly; ;■
August,
leptember,
fttober. • .
ftvetpfer,. :
Jeeetnber,
r - 17 47 .
0 14 40 -
17 .12
-ft*.'
16
21 86
25
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8
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t: •
,-TptM. • ,:T \f ■ U* m : - 431
Th|* three-granftil for the fee month past
re-to Joseph L« Carpefifor, bagkibuiWftg,
i Sfefe streeti-npar Bpruv**
Lawrbnce Burns, ftabksmfth
V. cor. of Fpont and Tafeall gtleets, *
James-'-Brannon,- dwelling house, Sixth
itreet, bet. Loftbard and Pine.
fit*
shop, rin N ;
' PEftiii£jrA£.
j Mayol'WKffeieyhasparflyrecovered fro
His disability, caused by- a-4ore foot, and'
w|JlBW4l^»g$ft>T% l plpe ipnrt,,
rf ■■•■It
Mid Bpvra«; of. -Chrater,
on Battjfday ft*t. foh. Jnft*'the. dreekiaJfl
clung to a jutting of rocks several hatirs
m
tbs rimw av*mmxt. n am d
... V TAJ* t.Ai'.X. Jl,., ,
an
, The Board .ofTrade hfcve.lnltfl, posaegslpp
a slip cut from the flfessttt,, Ja^any 20 th,
1838, which ia a report ftom the West Chee
ter Village Xeford, which 'contains an ac
count of a meeting held at tlie bouse Of
Harlan; Cause,' the Ikther of Taylor Ga .
of this city, Kennett Squate. ' •' '
The Record states that the meeting wife
for the purpose of considering the building
,of a railroad ffom this ci{y to $oateerll|e.
Jacob Pussy and George Mitebell, were se
cretaries of the'meeti^g. " '•
. The proceedipgs of the Wilmington Board
•ade tn connection wtt[h the object tyere
andlaid on the table and Wm.' Chan
dler, John. Wright" and* Jonas Pusey
Appointed ,lgr the. Wilmington - Board' of
Trade to attend were Invited to seats. ■
Resolutions appointing a committee of
Dela
, for
l
of Trade in co
read
seven to procure seftgeqH^i the ]
ware and PeuasyWaBta- L i ^klat mei
the road, which wai dpscrlbed as to run
from - the Pennsylvania -R. R. f «f CoatsvlWe,
to the Dflaware State line ffi the directlop
to strike the P. JfW road at Wilmington,
or at sotpe point Vstwden feat plain and
Stanton....,. ;y . % . »»
This was the first effort to build What is
now the WilmingtomaudftofdtarffaHrdM,
another,unsuccessful attempt befog made
in 1840; , -i .
U wfe. rf* 1
CMitiii'WAB, /linrix in .wMmz
VBVBCH.
A* PBWASANT- APEAIR-All^lp-A-jmoiNO—
.» SEi-ECT RBADffVO ANd'oOLLYTION. »
a La H tvenlqgk thA^schMara .of thW' West
Church 'Sunday* BehoM, held a Chyit^as
Festival in the basement of the church, 8 th
aqd Washington stQsofov The exgicht^a.of
thji evening wRre opened Wj|h the ringing oi
$ liyniH ,by t$e clase^whfoti waa. Agio wed
with a prayer ftoffi Mr. McLear. The fol
lowing literary programme Whs thenreft
dered in a very pleasing manner. Ill 1
Recitation, "Christmas Day," by Master
Walter McLear; declamation, "Littfe Wn
nle," by Mias Lackjqo; duett, "Hark ! What
mean those hoi
and Dr! Sprihffor; rWdfift^iWllliVs W
Annie's Prayer," by Mks Griffith; hyqm, by
the school; reading, "Death of fee Old,
Yeaj'," by Mlsa Lacklen; hymn, by fee
Scheel.- • ; t.-.-v • ;f< •. -
At the cohclusionof fee above, fee schol
ars adjourned to partake of a sumptuous
collation,'which had been prepared for fee
occasion.* During the* evening tho church
choir sang isevwlai appropriate.'selections^
the children engaged in various way* ol
amusing thcmsefWj stud rib
pleasant time was spent.. "
the company dla
pleased with the *en
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throughout.
TU$ FUfiEB4X OJf &MM jLATM 6MO.
n . Aixscon.
The funeral fifth® lata George W. Alnscow
took place yeMMiay alemobifit 4 o'cloek
from the residence of ':jL L. Alnscow, 711
Shipley strefet. TTbe setYlcwit the . hodse
itere ®qdpct 6 d byftey, J. B.'Merritt. * The'.
s?fc
was buried, Mr. Jeteph K. Adams acting
as Chief Marshal, end ifr. John McCaSSr
ty as assletaiit. The following named
|RMe«i Kane, John Thomaa, Harvey*
Massey, Georgeiiv Bhu ptwy Tile remains
were incased in ft neat waftrat coffin, and
borne to Mount Salefti Cemetery. During
yesterday afternoofi, out of respect /or
drofcMfcrike . WaterWffoh
gineBotton*waff'toHedr , •
■'_** -a i-'- fhA * - 1 *4*i ■'•
MINOR LOCAI8.
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. At' a jmcatlnff fea^WHsolnafeu
AcBbcjhUpp^*ffi UfeqkMag,jW*aId a t
22'per cqjrt. ; , j * ;
Loan
The Women's Temperance -Union wftl
hold a meeting this afternoon, at 3 o'clofel
tn the hall>-Tlilrd wnd Shipley streets.; *
Tjte fafr now being held ft'the City Httfit
uud. r the auspices ol the ladles of-the A.
U:. ChurdK,'has. been quite well attended.
The ladies extend a cordial"invitation teal)
both white and oolored persops, to, be pre
sentj as they havgprtpffeJUccommodfelons
aftl refref(lnnfcpts.for < 0 .'.,. ' , .
. Yesterday, the schooners, if. B. WkeeUrt
B. & S..Cor'»ow,and 'AmOua* Gottyreu! of Bos
ton, arrived in the Christltda. 'The' trio
KssKsagafaraiJrs
Moore's shipyard; for fee* aame p
The vessels wU^ reiUalufftere '
winter." ... ...
ie
>V Friday iftmoariJ'Hhfi. Stef.. The lftt pi
1 i*tlclc®to, be feMyU ndutldfied ftndhrihe
lend of anetibn%9Rr ffi anafeer, coftimniaiKl '
roall made in AgfcodVsabitantial'manper.
Any one deeiringAo.putchaifi can fiXafiUne
i he articles jjt the $hove plpce. •;
' " RotMCfM^JxTlatd. -If J
Tie Chief oTr ^oJfte hat .decided Rot to
t lloty'.auy persons tp lodge gt fee Hatton
1 lereafter who are tfiftn bfimmers and who
1 lavp been lodged ft tlie cellswlthta a week.
t feis is a precftrtjonary njftaaure,. which has
rjaasteRMaasaf
prtponers of p&felng weapons s :,; instrm- ■ wr
ftents of'escapd <-• • ;
The;Mtivor hMfiftodlrectedfeaUherpritoh. .Mrs.
sftefeelfeffS^^^h^fercdSi;
feom fee outenomfe^T' T ' « •* ,rl
" - (l
i - " ■ -TT-'t-'i . T and
Yesterday: mdfniagidwonlW|lffDffs con- to
Aicetcd 1 wife the OonmlMarf' deoartraent of ibe
t i. r . fhAlkfet- . JL. T t?.?:■? ... try?
tiAfu., J T- ^T r ^ le 'f )ht
wKtcliwlllleavfi fedt.jgftl. thfli. -fisttk, *«»- Visit
^capc d to fee getting
'O'feftfila t^rvftLWMasrifemEb An ftfficftr »f
offee-eteamtrvlihd efierrewg* W*r ft fe$ fty
afternoon and putfeepoUceon the alerih <oi*E
4 V 10 , aueceedfcaakffiBTOhfhlb capture last
cvenlug.. Hej)fel hKtfefiaffiMhjoth^fei|
Jjirs ntomlhg. ^He had bred paidT.'jtfli «isv
innnlh In ndn«««« .«»—* - - * - * ■
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DOT LRETLJE DOG.
It #a$ oi Chittta&ddky felthdr. tinier,
» Biddy facedjgentleman of. German, deacenc
sallied .forth with Jbis> little go cart, and,
he turned each corner, screamed -out
"Pread !•-Hot-Ifteid IP'- AHiho^corner of
front and Madison streets, bis true fowfirJ
ness dictated to him that "ein glass Jjcer,''
would be nourishing. . While quaffing the
beverage, William Lewis, one of the duski
est bf hit race,'fiftiicH is Sfrican," cante d*
and laid hold upon the go cart. .But- wlu u
a, hull dog jumped from benpath the vehicli
and laid hold upon his coat tails, be ifetiitir
around the circle like a Coma0$he , tiP fiewijw
dance., Then there, was a sound of ; 5 ' i
"Yotrhy dam nigger men's,yOirvas
steal mybroat flwjh 1 eln :. cart, bid *.
mein dog and calls me a>Limpereer e
Dutchman's, Where vas all §ese bofl
-"You poor white trash
cBSw;yout cal'.:" ; ; ' -
"How vas I chew mein aatyrijpln t T.
von necks made )Jy dough r to;'d
round meih hCad. You vas ylrmsuftt ■
■"Take a ttfjnble.to yourfeel? you'ftld'beJd
headed Dutchman*',' p— -
"Dell me tip tumble myself dowt
peer in' my Stomach, Mi 4| nij
ferazy, Where vfis dem prilhA %uyhow.* Aft
<je stationhou-us fast by.steep,'.' ,, .
'You old beer-keg, you ought no ta
tapped and sent to d* cent ennlalutnVi 4 .Mu,
ter of Germany: *■-Go-fcake»a rest / 1
"MeinAot,'in Heimel, topka fest.
not tired, laid my head py shy pillow
tefcn' hours ' Jast night; jad'deirpets'*
no tiree^ staaas much .rested nsodofifinabyu
wj&fcb vas bfirtl tired.", f ' 1 ' '•*
And then the • African made?#' tidot kt>
him,And'the Dutchman said he"ec»l<hiK)ti
stand dot," and he, weftt,for him., f '
any damage had been done beyond tl
setting of tle bread earl, Mr,' McBride
out add attempted So lead- the* dusky*
off, but for this got a pair of black, eyes, emj,
Lewis was fined ten dollars. ' Last night
McBride was 'arraigned befijfe 'Sqglro Wa'-'
se* charged with an assiiuie. upon, Lewis,
but the case was dismissed-. . ' ,
"Shust ex&etly right, fend da py tarn
nfeger by dem old ba#W». ,-und .^Jve .hltfo
iirty lashes," and lie, walked offdookinjg.
happy.
JtM GSJEMENIH.l
Til BOIHlltE'TILTON
The sale of seats for l(ir. : Tilton's lecture'
an FMddy evening, has been \tify larim; alrS.
persons who would avail themselvee-eif* the
opportunity tfthear the jjapst eloquent,,] etv;
turer on the American stage, should eatl at f
521 Alatket ?trfeet, and resirSc toeitsewlthaut
delay. . The Boston Glebe thus «;teaka. of
Mr; Tilton's reception in that ifty '' Last'
ening a vbry large audience gitnirad
Music Hall, notwjthsthqffiiuf th#: inclement.,
state, of the weathpr, to ■ listen taOlwodora*
TUton's leetpre "on the " Protjefo of Life.":
Before the speaker appeared, the large ball*
wae filled fo every part,- and somfe Weh*
standing in ,tbe doorways, and aide-aisles.
He was greeted with loud and long* coo-'
ilnued applause. v ; ■)
' * Mrs. joun b^e#;' ?; ; i *
Tomorrow evetifn?; nftbc Grltud'Djtcra,,
House, Mrs. John Drew up'IUppear in two
tplendja comtBdicSj jnct Impersohate two'of
ter greatest parts, "Sally'O'Leary," and''
'Mrs. Simpson." Seats caAumrW seefirfedi
ttBoughihan, Thomas A CqJs ,.681 Jlarket
itreet. There are yet a few good seats left,
vtflch' the' theatre-going public 'should '
:ure while an •opportunity presents Itself. • ;
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City Council's Free Lneek.
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A Qt.OOMJ- PROSPECT FOR THE, STE^as- .
Last,,evening In all tlie drizzling talp. a
■epfesentative qT. The HeHAL fi-wendffehis
ray tqfee Cjty ;Hall„where the fair.df, fee'
African Union Chjnrch is ft progrelA to
iscertaln the amount of-preparation that is ■
«hiE made for fee grand rdunjifeal ftyfe
upon, which takes pft.ee ther; ft Eaornow
light. From the culinary department*
ioated in a scent'of fee vlahds wmshwere *
jeiRglpreparedi One of fee-brethren bus •
i4dres$ed .by. TftF. Herald represeiataiijMi
vhen fee following conversation took place:
'■"Will fefcre.be ally t 6 ast&?'*• * , :
"Dunpe, don't Milnk we barre anypripat;*
htlons for muging toa'sjt, unless jwfeTkiu ,
f nrrow de little stove up in do tower what -
e watchman iiges tblioil efe^s on
i "You mispitderstapd-me,sir^I msaure
sponses to proposals of hepife, Ac."
Mu*i Well de members bb dat glorious body
jiabdt ripiitation of talking a mfghty hdtp,
•ifit saya nuffliig. , l ' :. . .. ,
"I understand that yon Intend lnvttlpo*'
hi niembdrs ol thA presS?" •? . *,'s
At this the-pices member rolled hie«yes *
icavenw.anl ,and scratched.hJs head, ex
lafmlng, "angels and ministers of graco 1
lefhnd tlsJ' ' --* .-*' '* * * P
'Ms such not the.ease l" said-fee reporter.-i
"Boss, I'se'gopd frienfls'fo (le^good ' "
leu in de press, but I'se*
ffc- are g*Trie to 'run shrift; '
i
ri *;
■ wr * t *' r P ,w > tI,<! ca ^e of Miss *
Catharine Hughfcs, of Philadelphia,* vs. :
.Mrs. M«Gartland, of this pity, wherein 'tile
e»ai«s ftlre cufitodw of herHfcice, fi..,
•* ,rl about, fourteen years of jigei named
Bridget MeCapey, The father of the child
resides in the county of Tyrone, in Ireland, '
and about a year ago requested Mise.Hughes
to send for the child, apd take care-of her, ■
ibe ^b, paying her passage to tjils coun. ,
try? In fee month of September Mrs. Me* 1
Gartland inddeed the Ohild, who Was on fi f
Visit to- Wilmington to remain with h«r- (
promising to send her ft ;school. , Instead, '
»f Hdlng so siie fmt "her in tbfc ihatofi"faoto- '
fty ajar feis cffy-,-to work, -Whenfeis ws* t
<oi*E 0 Ainlfiatei to, Miss .Hughes, fihe took I
Immediate steps to rilitaffrher custody. ' '
Thd'fcase'waft heatU h^Judgs. Wales to *
«isv i^fee l. aw Tdlimrcr
gem- ,
. '?> all ;
f *nft !
! aough to. mcet. de. issue fttovife all/ It 4
ouneili"-, - •* j *
i Good evenings ,were exchanged -and tho * ■
tjwo separated. t ' '
m
r
Wh*' win* got. lira*.'.
s)ciT FOR rift I , OS"; *NIOft op, A. TfiUHO
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