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WILMINGTON. DEL., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER IS. 1878.
one cent:
fOL XI. NO 23,
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING.
flB GBEAT OFE PBICE CL0THII& HOUSE
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING.
IT IS TH ' BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO
BUY READY-MADE CLOTHING.
WE HAVE THE LARGEST
BTOCK IN
WE MAKE THE FINEST
STYLES IN
WE HAVE THE BEST
assortment in
WE CAN SELL AS LOW
as good Goods < an be so d in
WE ARE THE" LEADING
aud Popular (Jlothleis of
PHILADELPHIA
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A. C. TATES & CO.
LEDGER BUILDING, COB, SIXTH AND CHLSTNUT STS
Boys' and Children s Department. 626 Chestnut streets.
NEW FALL STOCK 1878!
NOW A9
LARGE AND COMPLETE. 7
at the
MODEL TAILOR STORE
As ary other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly to Or
inlVork, and do not carry on a Ready Made Tailoring B nines:. Oar Prices are a«
lor, Material, Fit and Workmanship considered as are to be found anywhere.
IwtHy thanking the Public and our friends for their patronage, 1 ask the con
iniance of the same. I guarantee no one shall be ashamed or dissatisfied with the
Yours Truly,
Iuitswe turnout.
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Boston One Price
Clothing Store
213 Market
AND
212 Shipley st?
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® u >' Fall Stock is Now Com
P'ete in Every Department,
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Pli CE9 LOWER THAN EVER FOR
SVME GRADE OF
GOODS.
tue pub'le for the liberal pat
v f K„ B ; v . en us d irlng the post sea, on
bou' 6 °'®, \y rvlug the ru eg of our
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<a,i tlu S Wilmington' great need, v z;
^ First-Class Clothing House
Jo mf tt
M, ia a cont'ruanee of the stme. and
fa «iSr i Sf To i , ° ' h "W you It ha, cotoeen
iRemember our motto:
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7. B. HOLIES,
PROPRIETOR,
LATEST NEWS
:
FROM THE
Boston
One Price , ..
Clothing House,
213 MARKET STREET.
MIL3UWOTON DELAWARE,
We have Just received irom
Custom Department.
Eirst-Class New York Import
ing Houses.
The Finest Stock of Suitings for Fall
and Winter Ever Exhibited in This
Market.
And our superior facllllles for ARTI9TIC
WORK lu tnis branch of business places
us at the head of all other houses In our
city.
US,Call ahd make your selection while
our stock is ee complete.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in
Prices, Fit, Style and Work
manship.
Y. E.H0LMES,
*PBQPR1 ETOK.
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FURNITURE!
•0
J. A J. N. HARMAN
NO. 410 KINO Street,
J
Wil MINGTON DEL.
The Largest and Cheapest Assortment
♦ fFurnlture to be lound lu tbe Cl'y.
Also a Fine lot of Steamed Feathers,
acd all kinds of Matresses. sepl8 lm
Furniture aud Bedding.
L. F. ADAIR'S,
No. 207 MARKET
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AND
206 SHIPLEY STREET
Has an assortment of ready made fUml
ture.th it is not equalled In size or elegance,
by any Wilmington Furniture house. Hav
ing had the damage of the late Are, which
nearly destroved his factory repaired, and
Is now ready to execute all ordem promtly.
Wareroams 297 Market and 206 Shipley
street. My-7-tf
Oysters, Oysters,
The best In the mark-t to 1)3 sold ot the
lowest profit for cash.
OYSTERS
OY8TER9
OYSTERS
OYBTEK8
OYSTERS
the QUART,
•• GALLON. ,
•• HUNDRED,
<* THOUSAND,
•• BUSHEL,
018TERS " " BARREL,
Wholesale and retail. You can order aim
amount from one oyster to the * 00 X 8 "
numbers.
by
J,T. G*RDNER,
1'rop' lqt o r
CLOTHING.
New Styles Ready.
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ple of Wlliulugtou, call uud see the
LAKGHST,
BEST,
handsomest
and eheape-t rtock ot Flue ard
teeoium Grades, Gent's, Youtlm,
Boy's at d th'id-en's clothing that
w as ever manufactured.
WANAMAKER & BROWN
OAK HALL 6th & MARKET
Philadelphia.
The people In both Massachusetts and^
THE HERALD
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Wilmington* »el, Bepy i* ijriiT
MINI VTURE ALMANAC—TH19 DAY.
.5 44 I sun sets.,..:.«.•*.
.A.aa a. m*
Sun rise* -
Moon rises.
HIGH WATER.
Delaware Breakwater.
13.24 p m.
New Castle........
4.17 p. m.
WUmlng/ton.
4.47 p. m.
.„-a. m.
.8.53 a. m.
..—... 4 33 a. m.
THE W BATHER :-To-*ay it will b»
uvtriH ana /air, in the early part of the
day followed by inereaeing eloudineee.
THJB VIOKT PASSING.
Connecticut have arisen in their might and
shattered the gold bug conspiracy against
Industry to the winds. In Massachusetts
the great mass of the Democracy are either
Irish or of Irish extraction. The same 1*
true, but In a lesser degree of Connecticut,
The leaders of the Democracy In-these*
States were knit together In oligarchical
rings, who doled out such offices as con
etaoles, watchman and such like to tbs
,_.,... . . ...
rank and fil., who fought the battles of the
party. We may remark tn pauant, that 4
ls the same here in Delaware. It Is a notable
fact that one of the class we mention was
never permitted to hifre s seat In ottr Leglc
lature—that is a place held sacred to a Set,
and It would be considered a desecration to
permit one of the tabooed to enter. In the
language of onr leading Democrat, "tb*y
have no tics of birth, marriage or business
to bind them to the State." It .Is easy to
reach a conclusion from this proposition.
To go back, however, to the East, this fac
tor of discontent, vainly sought for years
Ipast an exponent, a leader. Butler, with
his large and constant Intercourse with
them, sought their aid and they gave it.
No matter what may be said of him he was
always the strong, steady, solid friend of
the working Irish In Massachusetts. TheM
uprising of the American workingmen
against tbe crushing of capital and con
traction was fused with the Irish element,
and they are now under the lead of him
io a contest, which may lead to success and
profit to all. It would appear that hla
former desertion of the Democracy, and his
bitter fight against the party for seventeen
years have been condoned, and that the
disgust of the rank and file, on account of
tbe Insolent disregard of their just claims
to party recognition, Intensified by the
frightful want, resulting from the dlshones*
policy of the gold huge, all combine to
compel the acceptance of Butler, hoping
through him to overthrow th* oligarchical
ring who ruled tbe Democracy for their
own profit, and are crashing the Hfb out of
the poor for the benefit of themselves.
Major McCafferty, who was temporary
chairman of Democratic Convention, is s
man of distinguished valor, well educated
and every way reputable, but has always
been tsbooed by tbe Russells, Avfcrys,
Whitneys and Gastons—bis name was oh'
Jectlonable. The same may be said of J.
Boyle 0Rellley, who Is an accomplished
poet, and one of the best newspaper writers
In New England. We know that O'Reilly
has been for years treated badly by the
blue blood set, ahd It Is no wonder that he
ihas entered the fight against them. The
domination oi Butler is a popular protest
against the Venetian Democracy of Massav
chusetts, and an experiment of ornshed
industry to help Itself.
In Connecticut It is noticeable, that the
men named upon the ticket are, with on*
exception, *11 new. The press report does
net give us the plstterm, but'the Commit*
tee on Resolutions ere bitter enemies of tbs
.
"
dishonest gold bug policy.' 8«n*tor Eaton
was so disgusted at the Insolence of plain
insn arraigning him for l«s West British
policy, that a dispatch from New Hwvea,
last night, says he "left the city In disgust.
Sorrow always follows sin, and defeat must
come sooner or later to every man, little
apd Mr, who yoted to enrich the rich and
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I
MALT l
The tpdlgnatlon at the action of the Dem
ocratic caucus Is all pervading, and they
may as well know that their flimsy pretext
of there being being oo other applicants Is
all bosh. In such they ought to have ad
j mrncd, as Dr. Shortlldge waa not eligible,
he being a Republican office holder.
; i
The Bemoeracy upon the stmt are
anxiously Inquiring If tbe Water Depart,
ment Is to be reserved as the special
appannage of the Mclntlre family, Not
long since tbe father and brother of Col.
Mclntlrs was there, While .he was on the'
basin at $18 a week. In tbe entire city of
Wilmington are there no Democrats worthy
to fill the place but one of that family f
The Colonel has a good place; must he
have a better one! He Is a good fellow,
but he ought not to want everything. Con
tentment Is a virtue.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
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THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD.
Tbe charging comedy written from
Goldsmith's old-fashioned comedy, " Tbs
Vicar of Wakefled," ,was reproduced last
evening at the Opera House by Sherry'*
New York Theatre Company, before a lair
audience which, considering the play»should
have been larger. W 1th one or two excep
tions the psrts were well sustained, and in
each a manner as to bring the beauty and
pathos of the drams out in a masterly
manner.
Th* part of Dr. Primrose, the Vicar, was
very ably supported by Mr. Danljal £.
Belton. Mrs. Helen H. Houghton per
formed the extremely difficult part of
Olivia In a manner that waa highly compli
mentary and creditable. Mr. Drew fi&
Burehnell was also good, and while Mr.
Roberts did quite well In the first character
se Squire Thornhill, there wss room for
~ mnch more feeling in the last set.
On th* whole the performance gave satis
faction, and we Hope that they may visit
our city again and can assure them a hearty
reception.
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'
Messrs. H. H.find Robert Cmmitsh leiD
for Vasa Crus, Mexico, haying receded a
contra at tor fM building of a railroad
*
ANOTHER LECTURE ROOM.
On the second floor of th« Masonic Tem
j _ . ,
pl«i the old Board of Trade Room front,and
the two rooms back of It will be made ln|p
on* making a hall 40 by 60 feet In dloen
J* 00, At th# rear of the room a stage will
be erected a gallery and dressing rooms #111
t)M ta conducted. Work will be corn
menced in a very short time. Tbe new hall
will be used for concert*, balls, lectures,
&c., and can be procured st a much less
coat than the Opera Home.
OFF FOR VERA CRUZ.
.Vera Cruz to Atverado, a distance of faglff
seveh miles. Tbe woikAs to he finished In
six years. Mr. John M. Dunn, late U. 8.
Marshal, will accompany Mr. Cramllsh
and act as Superintendent. They go by
steamer from New York.
I. O.O. F.
At the meeting of the Grand Lodge of
the United States, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, the following Delawareans,
were appointed on Committees : E. H^
Spencer, of this City, on Committee of Ap
peals, No. 1; L. Flerson, on Committee on 1
Correspondence, and D. W. Brereton of
Lewes, on Committee* of Constitutions.
SILKS RECEIVED.
W. L. Lichtenstein, onr enterprising dry
good* merchant, Calls the attentloa of ths^,
ladles oi Wilmington and vicinity that he
has received a large lot of fine black gras
grain cashmere silks from A Gnrrll A Co.,
Lyons, France. These silks are especially
celebrated. ,
PERSONAL.
Goy. John P. Cochran was In town yes
terday and called on the Secretary of State,
Mr. Grubb.
City Treasurer Francis Vincent went to,
New York yesterday morning, where he In
tends spending a few days.
-
The steamer Republic is how Ii winter!
r r. "srri
Co. s yards. The Thomas Clyde ] is at i
Posey, Jones A Co.'s yard*. ;
- —-— 4V . ,
■ No opium 1 Nt> morphia or other danffir
. dm cpntalrfad In Dr. Boll's Baby
Svrupr for the relief of coltcTtoetotag, Ac.
Prl® »> cents.
FIREMEN'S VISIT.
The Osgood Fir* Company, of Troy, N.
Y., will visit this city sometime daring the
next month. The Fame Hose Company will
receive the visitors and show them about th*
city.
A FAILURE.
On Monday afternoon, J. Jefferls & Son,
carpenters and builders, made an assign
Liabilities
ment to Lloyd A Springer.
(8,090; assets, about $4,000.
IN WINTER QUARTERS.
Of
*mhr
•HSeS
A Wl U SINQK >N.Q 1HELLO.
A XASdllfVfHKJ COMSUiJD BiHBB* turn*
A WAT WITH 4 BL0O2JJ«TU TOtNO WHi i »
ciun.
Philadelphia Titles of yesterday.
, Annie Knott, a tall, good-looking Wil
mington girl In her seventeenth summer,
became enamored some time ago of a dandy
negro barber of the same efty—a »road
shouldered Othello, who dressed In stylish
garments and cultivated a fierce moustache.
Ho formerly ran on one of the river steam-*
(parents, who are very respectable people,
mot her dusky lover at every opportunity,
and exchanged billits-dcux by every artifice,
,On Saturday, September 7tb, tbe barber
and bis white inamorata secretly left WU
mlngton and came to this city. The girl's
father at tbe time lay seriously ill and tbe
nows of her flight was withheld from him,
Mrs. Knott, a white-haired lady, with'
another daughter, came to this city on Sun
day last having ascertained tbe girl's where
abeuts, and obtaining a warrant at the
/Central Station and had It served up on the.
runaways at the House Where they were
stopping. The deluded girl at first was'
obdurate, hut after a talking to from her
mother and relatives, consented to * com.
prosifies by which she Is to remain lu this
city with a Mr. Mann, a relative.
LOCAii NOTES.
The weather Is getting cooler.
Sutterly has a big run on Crayon*.
Sutterly'e Crayons will never fade.
Call and see SuiterJy'e life-size Crayons.
Hot and cold baths at Valentine's oppo
site Fame Hose House.
F«r a goqd shave go to Valentine's oppo
site Fame Hose House.
Sutterley's Crayons will oat-last oil paint
lags. 803 Market street.
Prsf. Sntterly, the photographer, Is
are sorry to say, very 111 frsa a terete cold.
There Is an "on dlt" t* the effect that one
of our mail* teachers ts about to enter On a
path of wedded biles.
The eobeert ts bO given under tbe nnper.'
Vision of the HflU rd Club of the evetlng of
the 36th lid promises to he a grand success.
If success depends upon health surely
health depends upon pars blood. Dr.
Bull's Blood Mixture maintains the blood
in a state of purity, and health Is th* vesnll.
J. T. Gtrflaer has just opened the oyster
business for the season at his coAecUonery
saloon, 8. W- corner of Seventh aid Shipley
streets. Oysters In every etyle and whole
sale or retail. Saloon np-etalrs for ladles. <
HodsS with Win. Bareford in tbe chair, apd
aamee Taggert acting as Secretary/ TW
following names were proposed as cshdl
itetes to be voted for at the nomination
election for assessor in the Southern Dte
trlct: Wo. H. Quinn *pd Jshn McCaffrey,
Mr. Quinn offered the following resolution
which was uantmoasly adopted: '■
rmaIba, Tbatiti.ihaniianiite.irf'artnim.
pt tbe BemseAh^tfilsvpyiTth*«.*fi a™ J
polnfiajents shouia he ta$7 from the ranks 1
CsSnll from ttits ward not to support any
Detototo^rtorm tto^ntles^ of 1
ffieMESto*lf. lusaito •*":
oSSS&JSSSffSt
Csnecil from this Ward.
irnu mmVm w*i»n m*!™
THE SECOND WARD SPEAKS
A meeting of th* Democrats of the Beooiid
Vard wa* held last evening In the Belton
0fcS*effinfCB,
«h#ei#| Of this Jrnfd'that- *n ap
pointments should he m<Ue from toe ranks
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FURNITURE.
f I
People would be surprised weee they to
call and examine the stock of furniture ex
hibited at the wareroom* bf J. & S. N.
Harman, at 410 King street. The firm
lately put In two large bulk windows In one
oi which la exhibited a set of parlor furni
ture, and in the other a chamber set. The
public generally Iff Invited to call.
THB WEEK'S DEATH. . •
The total number of deaths In the city for
the past week was 14. Of these 11 ware
citizens of the United States and 3 were for-i
signers; 6 were male and 8 female; It were
white and I black' 8 were minors and 0'
adults. Two died of consumption, and the
eldest was over 65 years of age.
BgYWEEV THE BATS.
r A. Cambridge citizen sffers $10,000 to-,
wards tbs establishment of s bank In that
pfece.
The whole Pealasula have done
.
mn*h
toward the yellow fever sufferers by Bub-
scribing aofiey, <fer.
The dedication of the new Catholic Chuck
at Church Hill, oq Sunday !***, by Bishop
Becker, was witnessed byf* large number of
persons.
In Dorchester ceiinty ts a house belong
ing to Capt. A. McNull, that was built In
the year 1075, and is In a good state of
preservation. Bine bnd bricks are laid to
form diamond* all erosnd the outeMe,
A gang of thieves, regularly organized
for extensive operations, has twesa discovered
at Centrevtlle, end four arrest* have! been
made. They have been opsratteg ter shveral
yssrs. Secreted In the stable of Robert
Teat, (celored) supposed t* ba the leader
^
th# torn, and Ouo of the granaries at
Ceotrwllle landing. On* of the party,
Rickard Bowlfhfi, acknowledges Ibelag
farm, near C6*tSeville. Rowland waf aom.
naltted tojall *!■* wltnsas, e*d the others
In default of ball to the smount ti $9,406,
$1,809 and $300 respsetlvoly.
ear
In
BY I-YATL AND 'X GRAPH.
Collecttoi'a were raised far tUs fever suf
ferers lu i;l the CathSaio chutehc* of th*
XI-ess of Baltlmr-r '■uaday, as noticed
*e'»e^h(;cc, which vlU probably net oyer
* 10 , 000 . . .
The Vorwartz report* that the German
Socialist* collected 150,900 mark* to meet
their expeiset fa the recent eleetlone, and
that of this sum 3860 mark* earn* from the
United States.
< & tramp named George Selbold, alias
on Monday, charged by Moses
, H. Lowther, another tramp claiming to be
a detective, with having murdered his wife
and three children in Philadelphia, twO
months since,
. ./•
The Tagblhtt says the Austrian* have
captured Samiz, an the Sav* river. Tbs
town sent a flag of truce, after a short
bombardment, but ts the Austrians entered
they Were resisted In the streets, and were
compelled to bombard the place again before
Its capture was completed.
A despatch from Pesth says a telegram
from Roetchuk reports that threw Russian
army corps which had comtaeneed their
homeward march have bs*u,,c|Hleirfid to ro
turn to Eastern Rdumella. The Pesther
Lloyd says the Sultan has definitely df
elded to cede nothing to Grtedh. : , L '?"•
f 71" vlj I'.iL'.rliiai
A despatch to the Times, from rsrls,
says: The Superior of tho Oider of Tk*p
piste, at 8??t-Fends, la the department of
Allier, has purchased lands hi Pennsylvania,
monks from'- 8*pt»Foqds,Mt. Md
Ieray, Ireland, and Mailsnsteln Th* moaka
will erect the monastery add other buildings
themselves.
for
At a school district election in Now
Hfiven, Conns, yesterday, the bane being
an attempt to rq^s-tahlish devotional oxer,
else* In the public schools, the Bible ticket
was elected by about 3,900 majority.
Catholic* united With Protestant* It sup*
porting this ticket agSlant the Secularists
and non-religionists.
In 1873 the yellow lever broke out In
Memphis, Tenn., September 11, and laatsd
until November 9, during which period
there were 1,803 deaths, This year the drat
fatal case sf fever occurred August 1,
up to September 13 there were 1,563 deaths.
The total number of death* by yellow fever
in the South, up to September 15, this year,
ws* 5,800.
and
_ ^ # ^ ^ ..
; ''htoffieial returns of the Main* election
K 1 ™ Connor, Rspuhliean, for, Governor,
16,419 totes; Gsreelon, Democrat, 97,873;
Smith, greenback, 41.404; Conner'* plu
rality over , Gareeloa 38,847, plurality
|SmitO6,015. The vote for Smltl
Garcelon combined aggregate 69,27d, and
therefore CoanOr lacks 12,857 votes of
election ty the people. The aggregate
iwfifyearwns'lOliW?' 7 *** '^ l# *° t * 1 TOte
'. The Mw ^ Qf th(j v 0
. . , . .T. • • . _
P*rtment tor stahteed entslpp®* *>d news
paper wrappers justifies a reduction In tbe
pries of those artiolss averaging twenty
per cent., to go into effect. January 1, The
postage on stamped envelopes spoiled In
^ssstlng Will JursfUndsd In stamp* by the
JSfyii " *£?!!!?! ?
^n^iint on smserlrfl hand cotm? of
b
pSlMrt?^u3?^mti?n, if un
eli*»sd Within a given thus.- These are
»• Crdcrcdt broaghthepSOtmas Sers.
PKB80NAL AND JS5UWAL.

over
h and
reu of
to
Williamsport, F*., Is to have a new peni
tentiary.
Lottery Investor* always took ott for the
'humbera won. 1 ' '
General James Shield*, 1* pn too Demo
cratic stomp lu (.sulslaulk,, '
The Greenback eancBdats fof Governor *1
New Hampshire is * Brshlbltioi)l*t. .
The Conseetteat Democrat* hath agreed
on a rtralghtoKt bard mdipsy pHtfortk.
Kearney will go hack .to kelp Butler nett
week. He will speak bn tbe C
TJueeday evening. t .* 1 r.
On accouht bf the pravllsnostof yaBo
fever the Louisiana Republicans have post
poned holding theft convention.
The Prohibitionists of Ms i * a ch a*stes
polled 17,000 hast year. Hi Is predicted that
'this year theft vote will not exceed 5,000.
Experiment* with wa# kalteeae are going
on at Woolwich, Ehglnbd, and' art to be '
continued for several months. The tele- ,
phone la nsed to communlcste from ceptlve r
balloons to a committee below. . Ebo.j 1
The Berlin police hete preihatfid their
.professional brethren at Faria with several
ignlficsot albums filled with toe portraits
German srlmlnaU, and hare asked for •
French "rogues' ghllecy" In return.
A man very much Intoxicated'was taken
to the statien-homse. " Whw did you not f
it a bystander of a *
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Hope Lodge, Nb.3VLG.li.fi,.at Odd
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Morning Star Division, Ufa. 3, 8, of T..
In the McClary BteHdlngi.
Oilue Brantjh Sow.,, a
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