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I THE MORNINGHERATJ) VOL. XII NO. 22. WILMINGTON. DEL.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1878. ONE CENT NOT BY FAVOR BUT BT MERIT ALONE. -jU r~ e maintain the reputation that we have made during the past three year* of eiVIIC THE PEOPLE FCU VALUE BECKIVgn. NO ABATEMENT mil the rush keeps ui > om Morning until Evening. Our Bale* are Increasing from week <> wi ek, which has given us the trout rank In trade. A 0 . YATES * 00 . The Gres*t icJiing House in Ledger Building. Wi DO THE LAEGEdT EETAIL CLOTHING BUSINESS OF ANT HOUSE IN AMEBI0A. Oar Goods are more stylleh, better made, and withal GHRAPBft THAN ANY OTH - hr CLOTHING HOtJniu In the City. The peonle have found U out, and fully appre" nte the fact. W« sell our goods SR per ee .n. lowor than any other House possibly o» u. WfcBUY ALL OUR QOO' H FOBCAHH direct from manufacturers and importers Onr stuck comprLee the largest assortment of Fall ana Wloter Clothing EVER rvDL'n in PHILADELPHIA, New and Fresh Goods manufactured by ourselves. We have FIVE FLOOK8 FILLED WITH NEW AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. We have about sixty gentlemanly salesmen, who will take pleasure In showing yon ** Bear in mind, fer the next SIXTY DATS WE SHALL GIVE SUCH BARGAINS in Clothint as never were offered belor-, which have mude ns the OF LEADING AND POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE OF PHILADELPHIA. A. 0. TATES & CO, Chestnut Street, cor, Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA. CHILDEEN'S & BOY'S DEPAETMENT. 626 Chestnut Street, 7 Doors above. NEW FALL STOCK. N LARGE AND COMPLETE, AT COHEN'S TAILOR STORE It 18 a fact, It Is a fast that A. Cohen. N. E. Oor. Second and|Market, nan a fine stock of Foreign and Domestic Goods always on hand. Also a fine stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods. Give him a trial. Cleaning. Dying aud Repairing neaUy dene. Orders by mall promptly atteaded to. Tours Truly, A. COHEN. MERCHANT TAILOR. M. I. eor. Bemad and Market Bireels. NEW FALL STOCK 1878! LARGE AND COMPLETE MODEL TAILOR STORE NOW AS AT THE As anv other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly to Or der Wark, and do not carry on a Ready Made Tailoring Business. Our Prices are as Low, Material, Fit and Workmanship con«idered as are to be found anywhere. Heartily thanking the Public and onr friend* for their patronage. I ask the oon« linuanceofthesame. Iguaranteeno one shall be ashamed or dissatisfied with the Suits we turned out. Yours Truly, FEED. CARSON, No. 223 Uarke Stmt NOTICES. p M. O'CONNELL, REAL ESTATE, LAW AND COL LECTION AGENT. OFFICE NO. 1241) S. 18TH STREET, Near Baltimore Depot, City and County collections of Interests, Diomid Rents, Mercantile Bills and House Kents promptly made. Liens filed. Mort gages foreclosed, and all legal bittiness will receive prompt attention. All el* 1ms cashed an soon a * collected. Phllada. EDUCATIONAL. j^T.JOHSi Il'R ACADEMY. CHESTNUT HILL, PHILADELPK' 4, Under the oare or tbe Bisters of 0t, Jo *pi The course of i istruotlon Includes a; as oranahesofaase.nl and Christian eef »• lion. Annual pension for board nd Tallin •SCO. For further pa -Uculars, address, sepl-ly HER MARY JOHN UFA VJT j A* acAii reopeus September 2 nd. lor the 37th term. For Information, write orcall In business hours from 8 to 9 a. m or 4 to 5 p. m It ANDY WINE SEMINARY. INSTITUTE BUILDING Opens MONDAY REPTEH^ER 8. 1878 EIGHTH AND MARKET 8T8.. W. 8. McNAIR, Principal. augl8-tr ( REUEIKl o* Four Dollar We will send to any address A FULL NICKEL-PLATED SEVEN SHOT REVOLVE* AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES. JAMES A BRO, 2M Market at.. Wilmington, D*L LECTURES. ROF. MURDOCH'S LECTURE AND READING.—On Thursday evening Nov. 14th In Lecture Room of Masonic Temple, Tickets 26 oents. Apply to C. P Thomas A Co. 0t. P FURNITURE. W. & D. McElwee, Have opened a store, No. 504 Tatnall street. Where they will keep on hand at all times, MAT FURNITTJRE, BEDDTNG, ... TREsSES, CHAIRS, TABLES, CARPETS, OIL C LOTH8, STOVES, Ac. And everything pertaining to a first-class Fnrnltnro store. They also keep a good lot of eeoond-hand Stoves and Fnrnltnre. oct4.8m FURNITURE! -o— J. & J. A. HARMAN NO. 410 KING Street, WILMINGTON DAL, The Largest aud Cheapest Asgo.tnv>nl IFurnlture to bo found lo the Oly. Also a Fine lot of 8 learned Feat he , and all kinds of Matresses. scplS Ira Furniture and Bedding L. F ADAIR'S, No. 207 MAAt-Li AND 206 SHII'LEY STREET Hae an assortment of ready made furni ture, that Is not equalled in size or elegance by any Wilmington Fu>nlture house. Hav lng had the damage of the late fire, which nearly destroyed fils factory repaired, and 1* now ready to exeoute all orders prompt 17 205 Shipley My-7-tf Warerooms 207 Market and street. D C'kJ'l' business \ou can engage i„ D CiO A 35 to 32U per day made by any worker of either sex, rightlt their ownlo allties. Particulars and samples worth tt free. Improve your spare time for the business.. Address Kruno* a Co, Portland Maine CLOTHING HOUSES. A Word to the Wise! We do not advertise a large stook of old goods marked down to close out, for the reason we mark our NEW GOODS SO low W* HAVE ON HAND AT ALL TIMSS ONLY LATE STYLES. JUST RECEIVED A large line of Goods oomplete In every department, and are selling them from 10 TO 90 PER CENT LE88 THAN LAST YEAR. Our Own Manufacture A SMALL LOT OF FINE BEAVEROVFR COATS WHICH WE ARE SELLING FOB 320,00. FORMER PRIOE 180.00. COME EARLY AND SECURE A BAR GAIN. Overcoat Department. $4.00 to 320.00. 4,00 to 20.00 32 to 312 Men's Overcoats from Youth a Boys' <s Children's Overcoats, ■4 * Pants Department 17 Pair Oms: Pants 73 cents, former price 11 76. 43 Pair Case. Pants 31.75, former price 12 . 01 . 75 Pair Caes. Pants 32.C0. former price Pants 13.531 former price J3.no. 24 Pair Cae*. 34.75. And we will not etop to enumerate prloes, but say, call and examine our stook ot h en's Halts, Youth's Hults, Boys' and Children's Suits, and learu the very low prices we are selling goods at before leaving ofir cliy to took else where, tor we are positive y SAVE MONEY TO BUT oucan UF US LADIES' MAKE A NOTE OF THIS. We have a fine line of Goods for Ladles' Coats, and we will out them for you in the L A T e'sT STYLE UK M AK E IF YOU DE SIRE IT. OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. Still retains its well merited popularity, aod have an Immense stook to select from while our cutter has no superior In this cltv In HTYI.E. FIT A WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. FARMERS AND WORKMES NOTE THIS OAS8IMER8 TO BELL BY THB YARD. We have the largest assortment in this city, are speaking what we known to be a fact wben w say you can buy them of us aa low as _ DRY GOODS HOUSE CAN OF JOBBERS FURNISHING GOODS. A full line and at prices so low It will P*y you to examine our stook. Undershirts from Drawers fiom Canton Flannel Undfirsntrt aud Drawers 85 cents each. fiOdoz Gents Merino U Hose for 25 cts. silk Handkerchiefs from Wots, to 31.75. 3 four ply Linen Colla rs tor 1 pair four ply Line; i Cuffs for 25 cents. And w prices or Will call a' 25 cts. to 31-75 175 to 25ots. foi 25 oents. re will nr t stop to enumerate all our goods, but It you THE BOSTON ONE-PR ICE CLOTHING house: 213 MAMET and 212 SHIPI'jY Sts. We wilt s'jow you tbnnngh onr immense Establish meat, v. hicfi lu tbe largest In the state and. the acknowled ged leaner i f styles and low pi ices, aend If yo u do no' buy you will be, convinced we advertise only what we dr,. 39-REMEV.BER uuk moto, "ONE FRIGE TO ALL" V.E. HOLMES, PROPRIETOR. CLOTHING. New Styles Ready GENT'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, We snail be glad te have the peo ple of Wilmington, call and see the LARGEST, BEST. HANDSOMEST and cheapest stock of Fine and Medium Grades ot Gent's Youth's Boy's and Children's Clothing that was aver manufactured. WANAMAKER & BROWN OAK HALL 6th & MARKET STS. Philadelphia. AMUSEMENTS. PERA HOUSE. o Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 18,19. Engagement fortwonlghta only of the peerless artistic MAGGIE MITCHELL, Supported by WM. HARRIS, and the maenlflcent company of the Holliday St. h itre. Baltimore old. MONDaY evening will produce her wonderful creation, the PEARL of SAVOY. TUESDAY evening, JANE EYRE. The sale of reserve seats will oommenoe at 8 a. m., Friday Nov 16th. at O. F. '»hom as and Uo's Book Store. Prices of admis sion. 85 and 60 cents, Reserved seats 75 and 60 cents. RAND OPERA HOUSE. G MISS HELEN POTTER, First appetrance :ln Wilmington, WEDNESDAY, November 27th, 1878. 3 $. See Future Notice. *6* THE HERALD. Wilmington, Del., Nov. 14 1178. brajidyliifine fi Quotations W. C. Penny-packer & Co., ("Successors to J. B. Price A Co.) .J6.75a8.5f. .. 6 00a#.7fl . 4 00a5UO Best Patent Flour— Choice Family Flour. Choice Superfine. Brah. per ton..... 10.«0 Corrected dally. We are paying to-day lor -choice wheat 31.02; oholoe corn, 45 cents. Adver. W. G. PE NNYPAUKER A GO. MINIATURE ALMANAO—THIS DAY. 8nurls6Rfc..3.45 a, rn. I Sun eeta._4.45 p, m. Moon sets.... .„.,8.a3. a. m HIGH WATER. Delaware Breakwater...**,....1105 a. m 11.30 p. m. New Ciiatlo.....*,.— 3 58 p. m. Wilmington...*..... 8 88 p. ns. .313e. ra. _... 9.43 a. m. THE WEATHERTo-day 41 mill be /air and moderately warm. JUSTICE TO TAX PAYEES, It the increase In the cost of living was a good aeason to Increase the salaries of school teachers, It It not a just and equit able to reduce them when the cause of their Increase has ceased to bet Prices of all kind* are now at anti-war figures, the wages ot labor has fallen In sympathy with tbe cost of living. Ie It honest on part ef the Board of Education to disregard these facts, tad continue to pay other peoples Jway ex travagantly and injostlj? Treat the aala* rlee of acfaool teachers just at all other; put them down proportionally. _ 11 _ WBAT WOKKINOHEN HEED Workingmen look to your own interests; meet together end call upon the legislature to extend the seme law, which exists in Pennsylvania and nearly every other State in tbe North, to Delaware relative towages. Make wages a first lieu upon any fund arising from tbe tale bv execution of the property of a debtor, who owes money for labor. Labor should be preferred. Increase the volume of exemption upon eontrect debts, end extend the law to dis tress .or rent. Make all waiver* of the law j void. I TBE zoeio OP EVENTS. It is quits certain that a new ltiue 1* be ing reproduced upon the National stage Of politic*; one that will again callout the full force of the Democracy. It hae been an accepted fact for some time, that the finan cial question la the only one worth consider Ing. Senator Bayard has said In his speech that "honest money" was the only question for the Democracy to settle. If this be so, what position Is the Democracy to occupy n the raid commenced by Hayes upon the Southern people. Already the legal ma chinery of the attorney-general's office, and the department of justice has been put In motion to arrest officers of election and other state officials, who had the hardihood to conduct the late elections, In which the Republican party south was exterminated. In an Interview between an attack of the National Republicans and Hayes, we And the following: Interviewer—Then the officers of the De partment of Justice have been Instructed to carry out the proceedings already begun against these depredators. The President —Not only against those who have already been arrested but against others who will soon be arrested. It Is pro posed to make a clean sweep of this busL ness and exhaust every legal resource In the execution of justice. The Integrity of American citizenship has been grossly violated In widespread localities. It must and shall be vindicated." Is the Democratic party to limit Its efforts to "honest money," when the Integrity of the sovereignty of the States la menaced? LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE BELL PUNCH. There Is some talk now, to the effect that the Introduction of the Moffet Whiskey Register will be moved In the State Legis lature this winter. We clip the following from an exchange, which shows how It Is looked upon elsewhere: "It Is now pretty well settled that an at* tempt will be made to Introduce tbe Moffet whisky register Into Georgia, a bill to that effect having already been offered In House of Delegatees of that State. The bill pro potes that the tax thus raised shall be de voted to the maintenance of tbe public achool eystem of Georgia. MAGGIE MITCHELL. Mies Maggie Mitchell, the Pearl of tbe perform at tbe Grand Opera House on Monday and Tuesday even ings next. Tbe first evening she will ep pear asMarle In the drama "Pearl of 8a voy.l' On Tuesday night, "Jane Eyre will be produced, Miss Mitchell playing tbe leading part Miss Mitchell is supported by Mr. Wm. Harris SDd a first class company It haa been several years before this favo rite has appeared before a Wllmlngtoa au dience, wben she wss greeted with over flowing bouses. Let It be so again. American Sts n Y. M. 0. A. The friends of the Young Men's Chrlstlsn Association should not forget that Mr* Benjamin Johnson, the President o! the Association, will deliver bis lecture this evening, st St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, at 7.80 o'clock, lor tbe benefit of the Y. M C. A. The lecturer's experiences la Eng land end Ireland and on tbe Continent should be Interesting to those who have not visited those countries. Let the friends of tbe Association make tbe lecture an entire financial succees. PROF. MURDOCH'S LECTURE. Prof. Murdoch, of Philadelphia, the well known elocutionist, and teacher of elocution at Rugby Academy, will give a lecture and reading this evening in tbe new lecture room la the second story front of the Ma sonic Temple. Mr. Murdoch Is a thorough elecutlonlst aud a fluent speaker. His lec ture will open the new lecture room, which has been fixed up very handsomely. Let every person go. RECORDER OF DEEDS. To-day the Governor will annouace his appointment for Recorder of Deeds to fill tbe vacancy caused by tbe expiration of his term, and with a view to this the Governor wae In town yesterday. It Is thought that tbe Governor left the certificate for tbe chosen men with Secretary of State Grubb, but who that person le could not be learned last night. POLICE PICKINGS. John Callln Is the name of tbe person with whom Pat Maloney was fighting on Tuesday night. He was arrssUd yesterday morniDg, and the offenders were fined $2 and costs each. Two boys named William and John Llsby were fined $20 aid costs, for riotous conduct and assaulting Jobu Wilhelm. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. The Pine Knot Association held a meet ing on Tuesday night In the Water Witch Englna House and elected tbe following of ficers: President, Edward F. Kane, Yl:e presldent, James Porter, Secretary, John B. Hinder, Treasurer, Tbomae Reynolds. The association has reorganized with a good number of members. Prof. Murdoch lectures In the new lecture room of the Masonic Temple this evening. Prof. Murdoch lectures In the new lecture room of the Masonic Temple, this evening. THI CIGAR STEALERS. THU HEARING BEFORE THI MAYOR— HAOANY AND OARRAHT WAIVE A HEAR INO, AND ARU HELD IN (1 000 FOR COURT—WM H. CARROLD H1LD FOR COURT IN THE SUM OF $500. The general understanding that the hear ing of tie alleged cigar thieves would como off before the Mayor last evening wae suf ficient to draw a large crowd about tbo police station long before the hour for thu trials to commence. At 6:30 o'clock th.i office packed with persons anxious to Lear the proceedings, and as time wore away toward 7 o'clock, so many were gathered In the corridor and In front of the building that the police were compelled to clear away the crowd before the witnesses and others Interested could gain admittance. Shortly after 7 o'clock the Mayor took: his seat. George Hagany and Thomas Garrahy were brought In. The mayor stated the charge and asked them If they were ready for trial. Hagany said ho would waive a hearing if his ball was fixed for bis appearance at New Castle. Garrahy said he would do likewise, and thi mayor fixed the ball at 11,000. Hagany and Gats rahy were then taken back to their cell. Wm. H. Carroll was then arraigned on the charge of receiving the stolen goods: H. C. Turner, appearing as his counsel, rgeant Legg was the first witness d. He testified that on Tuesday after - Ser calle noon a waraaut was sworn out at the pollen station by Wm. Rawuesly. and that Chief O'Toole, officer Jones and himself had gono to Carroll'a bouse They showed the war rant to Carroll, and were given permission by him to go through the bouse. They soon found Garrahy, or "Broekey Tom, and arrested them. Carroll then said that there wae no need for them to look further as Brocky Tom and "811m Jim" Hagany bad brought tbe clgais to his bouse. Ho also said that he knew nothing about tbo cigars being there till the bartender told blm. We searched farther, and found a bag full of clgara in tbe attic, and anothor lot; - stowed away In stand drawers. These we emptied Into a bag and brought tbe lot to tbe police station. Offloiri Jones and Meaeblu corroborated the foregoing, and in addition spoke of go ing down to the bouse a second time, with a search warrant from tbe mayor, and finding a bucket of cigars additional to wbat bad already found. Wm. Rawusley Identified tbe s'olen ci gars as his property, and said that he cou'd swear to that fact il necessary. John F. O'Donnell, Richard J. Tucker and Cyrus P. Eaosjhree of the employees of the Heeald testified that on Mouday night or Tuesday morning they saw two men pass down Shipley street two times, between midnight uni 1 o'clo<k One of them was carrying something n a bag. Tbe next witness called was Mr. Pugh, and the object In canslug hfs testimony to appear seemed to be to establish an alibi. He said that Carroll bad been In bta com pany on tbe night of the robbe-y Irom 7 o'clock till half-past eleven. They visited several public bouses, and the witness loft the prisoner at Henry Bradly's saloon, on Front street. Qavh> Thompson testified that he was at Brarly's saloon on Monday night, and left there about 13 o'clock, with Carroll. They walked as far together as Seventh and k ilpley street,where they separated, Carroll going up Sblpley. John Freye testified that he was bar ten der (or Carroll, who Came home on Honda) night at 12.20, and did not go out again till next morning. George Hagany did not hoard witb Carroll, but rented a room fros him. Ou tbe night in question, it would be easy for Hagany to take them up stair, without any one knowing It, as the door opening upon the passage which led from tbe haok yard up stairs was closed. Officer Brickel was theo called and sale that he saw Carroll go into his own hous< at quarter past 12 o'clock. George Hagany was then called as a wit ness, and Mr. Turner informed him tha: he need make no statement that woulc criminate himself. He was then asked IV Wm. H. Carroll had received the goods al lsged to have been stolen irom Mr. Rawn-< slsy, and be replied that he never ha' done such a thing. "Broekey Tom"wasals- • called oat, and a slmular question seut l ■ him with tbe same result. Tie examination of witnesses here closet , and Mr. Turner made an argument for tl j defense, In wl M i he said that before an It . dlctment could be supported against a man tor receiving stolen, It must be proven thi r, be took these goods openly and wtllingl' . Iu this case, he said, neither of these thin: ", was the case, as evidence has shown, and the prisoner did not even know of the rob bery till told of it next day. In giving his decision In tbe case, h is honor,the Mayor sataevidence had shorn that the prisoner was at his house from a little after 12o'clock, and tha goods wore brought to his house and concealed on 1 is property while he was In the house. He was held In the sum of $500 to await the action of the grand jury. ■ DRUGGED, OR NOT? Yesterday afternoon a woman who said her name was McClosbey, came out of a beer saloon on Second street near King,and while on the corner fell on the pavement. She staggered down King street lor about half a square, wben she sat down upon the steps of a private house, and In a moment or two fell over again, this time frothing at tbe mouth. Tbe parties living in the house thloklng the woman seriously 111 took her Inside and permitted her to He down. She exhibited signs of having been drugged and a pbycicLn was sent lor who gave bis opinion that the woman had been suffering Irom too much stagger juice. PERSONAL. Sem'l B. Villa, the great female Imperso nator and tbe proprietor of the Agnes Wallace Villa Combination, keeps his cor sets under lock and key for fear some one will learn the size of hia waist. Prof. Murdoch lectutes In the new lecture room of the Masonic Temple, this evening.