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THE MORNING HER AT,D
VOL XII NO. 25.
WILMINGTON. DEL, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1878.
ONE CENT,
NOT BY FAVOR
BUT BT MERIT ALONE.
Will we maintain the repv't alien that we have made during the past three years of
givivo Tilt: PBoiae run. value beiishved.
1VO ABATEMENT
he n-sh keet s up/ om Mo-nin. unit ; ve ; g Out' Bait# are Increasing Horn
"eektowrek, width h naive us lie iont rank in trade.
BUI
A. C. YATES S 00 .
The Great Clothing House in Ledger Building.
WE DO THE LARGEST RETAIL CLOTHING BUSINESS OF ANT HOUSE
IN AMERICA.
Our Goods ire mure stylish, hatter mid), ail w thd CHI'.APERTHAN ANY OTH
v k cl OTHING HoUtH- in the City. The pio le hive'bund ii out, and fully appreci
ate the fact. Wt sell our i oods25 per ce . lower than any other House possibly can.
ate RiTV ALL or G O M FuRCASH direct from manufacturers and impoiters.
cn,r stock ccnutrlo: ihefreest assortment ol Fail an ■ Winter Clothing EVER OP
ffrFD IN It' i.a IjPI'JIA, New and "redi Goods manufactured by ourselves.
We have Fl' 1 u >R« FILLED WITH NKWANU FASHIONABLE CLOTHING.
We have about s'xty entl manly sale-men, who will take p ensure iu showing you
U Hea?m mind, fur ,henextSIXTY DAYS WE SHALL GIVE SUCH BARGAINS in
Clothin* as uevt r were offered beloiv, whlcu have mude us the
LEADING AND POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE OP
PHILADELPHIA.
A. C. YATES & CO,
Chestnut Street, cor, Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA.
CHILDREN'S ft BOY'S DEPARTMENT. 626 Ohestnnt Street, 7 Doors above,
NEW FALL STOCK,
s
N
LARGE and complete,
AT
COHEN'S TAILOR STORE
l, „ f,, ct I. 1 h a fact that A. Cohen. N. E. Oor, Second aud1 Market, nos a fine atoo*
of FotMbu and nomeetlc Good, always on hand. Also a fine stock cfoent's Furnishing
Goode Give him « trial. Cleaning. Dying aud Repairing neatly dene. Order by mail
promptly attended to. Yours Truly,
A. COHEN.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
N, B. cor. Second and Market Street*.
FALL STOCK 18781
AND COMPLETE
NEW
LARGE
NOW AS
at the
TAILOR STORE
MODEL
Ae any other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly to Or
der Work, and do not carry on a Ready Made Tailoring Business. Our Price* are as
Low Material, Fit and Workmanship con-idered as are to be found anywhere.
Heartily thanking the Public and onr friends for their patronage. I ask the con
tinuance of the same. 1 guarantee uo one shall be ashamed or dissatisfied with the
Huiis we turned out. YoursTruly,
FEED. CARSON, No. 223 Hark e Stre et
NOTICES.
J) M. O'CONNELL,
REAL ESTATE, LAW AND COL
LECTION AGENT.
OFFICE no, 1210 s. 18 th street,
Near Baltimore Depot,
City and County collections of Interests,
Ground Rents. Mercantile Bills and House
Rents promptly made. Liens filed. Mort
gages foreclosed, and all legal business will
prompt attention. All claims
<a^hed as scon as collected.
Phllade,
- i-ive
EDUCATIONAL.
jjXT.JOHKJ Il'B ACADEMY,
CHESTNUT HILL. PHILADELPH.'a,
Under the care oi the Sisters of Ct, Jo 'pi
The course of. istruotlon lnolndes a. at
oranchesof a use. nl and Christian eel »•
lion.
Annual pension for Board nd Tulllci
t '.'00. For farther particulars, address,
sepl-ly
MOTHER MARK JOHfl.
vm
reopens September 2nd, ior tbe 87th term
For information, write or call in buwineefl
hours from 8 to 9 a. m or 4 to 5 p. m
J^RANDYWINE beminaby.
inmni; building
Opens M'dlTDAY r DPTEMBER ». 1878
EIGHlH AND MARKET STB.,
W. 3. McNAIR, Pilnctpal.
augl3.tr
IQN RECEIPT uf
I Pour Dollar
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
£VEN SHOT REVOLVED
AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES,
JAMES A BfiO,
9W Market St., Wilmington, Del.
WANTS.
WANTED.—A second banded safe. Give
address in full. This office. D. D. It.
W ANTED—Two white boys and a color
ed boy. Must come well recommend
ed. Apply at
THIS OFFICE,
F OR 3 ALE—870 shares of Clayton Loan
slocir, new series, atone dollar a share
; — plan, loa- lng tne full amount and
collectlng^premlummonthlj.
novl5.lm
new
Sec,y
FURNITURE.
W. & D. McElwee,
Have opened a store,
No. 504 Tatnall street.
Where they will keep on hand at all
times,
FURNITURE, BEDDING, MAT
TRESSES, CHAIRS, TABLES,
C A RPETS, OJ L CLOTHS,
STOVES, Ac.
And everything pertaining to a first class
Furnituro store. They also keep a good
lot of Keoond-hand Stoves and Furniture.
octf.8m
FURNITURE!
J. & J. iV HARMAN
NO. 410 KING Street,
WILMINGTON DHL.
The Largest and Cheapest Assortment
IFurnlture to be found lu the Cl'y.
Also a Flue lot of Steamed Feathers,
aud all kinds of Matresses. sep!8 lm
Furniture and Bedding
L. F ADAIR'S,
No. 207 MAKKEX
AND
206 SHIPLEY STREET
Hasan assortment of ready made furni
ture, that Is not equalled In size or elegance
by any Wilmington Fu nlturo house. Hav
Ing had the damage of the lute ti c. which
nearly destroyed ills factory repaired, mid
uuvv rettuy to enoeute ail outers prompt
Warerooms 207 Market
•y
a*4 206^»td£l#y
CLOTHING HOUSES.
A Word to the Wise!
Wedonotadvertlaea large gtook at old
goods marked down to close out,
for the reason we
mark our
NEW GOO DS
SO low WE HAVE ON HAND AT All. TIMES
ONLY RATE STYLES.
JUST RECEIVED
▲ large line of Qoods complete In
every department, and are
selling them from
10 TO 90 PER CENT LESS THAN LAST
YEAR.
Our Own Manufacture
A SMALL LOT OF FINE BEAVER OVFR'
COA.T8 WHICH WE ARE SELLING
FOR $20,00. FORMER PRICK *80.00.
COME EARLY AND SECURE A BAR
GAIN.
Overcoat Department.
Men's Overcoats from
Youth s '» "
Boys' •* Children's Overcoats,
$<.(f to MO.OO.
4,00 to 20.00.
$2 to *12.
Pants Department
17 Pair Cass. Bants 11 cents, former price
*' 76.
48 Pair Csss. Pants $1.75, former price
* 2 . 0 '.
75 Pilr Cass. Pants *2.C0, former price
*3.00.
24 Pair Case, Pants *8 90, former price
*4.75.
And we will not stop to enumerate prloes,
but say, call aud exam ne our stock
of " en'a suits, Youth's Halts Boys'
and Children's Suits, and learu
the
very low pr.oes wc
are selling goods at before
leaving our city to took else
where. for we ere positive you can
SAVE MONET TO BUT
OF UB
LADIES' MAKE A NOTE OF THIB.
We have a In* line of Goods for Ladles'
Coats, and we will eit them for you la the
LATKST STYLE OR MAKE IF TOtf DE
SIRE IT.
OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT.
atm retains Its well merited prpularl'y,
and have an Immense stock to select from
while onr entterhas no superior la this
oltv in STYLE, FIT <fc WORKMANSHIP
GUARANTEED.
FARMERS AND WORKME 5 NOTE THIS
flASSIMERS TO SELL BT THB YARD
We have the largest assortment In thfs
city, are speaking what we known to
be a fact when w say yon can buy
them of us as low as
DRY GOODS HOUSE CAN OF JOBBERS
FURNISHING GOODS.
A full line and at prices so low it will psy
you to examine our stock.
to $1.75
25 cts,
25 ots.
Canton Flannel Undersnlrt and Drawers
for 85 cents each.
■0 doz Gents Merino >4 Hose for 25 cts.
silk Handkerchiefs from 50 cts to *1.75. 3
f mr ply Linen Collars for
1 pair four ply Linen Cuffs for 25 cents.
Undershirts from
Drawers from
17o
to
25 cents
And we will net stop to enumerate
t rices or name all our goods, but It you
will call at
THE
BOSTON
ONE-PRICE
CLOTHING
HOUSE
213 MARKET and
212 SIIPLY S
We will show yon through our Immense
Establishment, which Is tbe largest In the
state and the acknowledged leader cf styles
» nd low pi Ices, and If you do no', buy yon
will be convinced we advertise only what
we do,
•ee-BEMEMBBR OUR MOTO,
"ONE PRICK TO ALL'
V ,E. HOLMES,
CLOTHING.
New Styles Ready
GENTS AND BOY'S
CLOTHING.
We snail be glad to have the peo
ple of Wilmington, call and see the
LARGEST,
BEST.
HANDSOMEST
and cheapest stock of Fine and
Medium Grades of Gent's Youth's
Boy's aud Children's Clothing that
was aver manufactured.
WANAMAKER & BROWN
OAK HALL
9th ft MARKET STS.
Philadelphia.
AMUSEMENTS.
^jPERA HOUSE.
Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 18,19.
Engagement for two nights only of
the peerless artistic
MAGGIE MITCHELL,
Supported by WM. HARRIS, and the
magnificent company of the Holliday St.
7 h-atre, Baltimore Md.
MONDAY evening will produce her
wonderful creation, me
PEARL of SAVOY.
TUESDAY evening,
LORLE.
The sale of reserve seats will commence
at 8 a m., Friday Nov 16th, at C. F. 'ihom
as and (Jo's Book Store. Prices of admls
fclon. 85 and 50 cents. Reserved seals 71
and 50 ceats.
BAND OPERA HOUSE.
G
MISS HELEN POTTER,
First appearance tin Wilmington,
WEDNESDAY, November 27th, 1878.
* 9 . See Future Notice "6*
THE HERALD.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. IS 1873.
Mytyiiie Mill Qiiotatiofi?
W. C. Pennypacker & Co
• >
fgucceesors to J. B. Prlee A Co.)
Best Patent Flour.
Choice Family Flour
Choice Snperni
Bran, per ton..
*6.75a8.50
, o 00*8.76
4 00a5 06
ne
16.60
Corrected daily.
We are paying to-day lor choice wheat
*12)2; choice com, 45 sent*.
Adver. W. G. PENNYPACKER A CO.
MINIATURE ALMANt>0—THIS DAY.
8nurlsea.,.6.46 a. m. I Sun iets._4.4l r>. m.
Moon sets......
_This a. m
HIGH WATER.
Delaware Breakwater.
2.90 p. m.
New Ctwlle....
0 18 p. m.
Wilmington..
6 48 p. m.
,1.54 a. m.
5 47 a. m.
..6.17 a. m.
THE ff EAT HER: — To-day it promitts
It he warmer and partly eloudy, with oe.
eational rains, fotlomed by tleaming
weather.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
ATTENDED CHURCH
The Jr. O. U. A. M. attended, divine
service at Hanover Presbyterian Church
yesterday morning, Rev. L. Marks deliver
ed an appropriate aermoD.
He took aa his text, the 6ih chapter and
3rd verse of St. Mark. "Is this the car
penter, the eon of Maryf
The members of the order were In foil
regalia. They expressed themselves as
much pleased with the sermon.
CONDUCTOR INJURED.
George Black, a conductor on the WU.
mingto* & Northern railroad, had one of
hie feet badly Injured while shifting a heavy
n
case on a car at DuPont'* station, on Thura
day. The box slipped and fell heavily on
one of his feet. The accident has disabled
him from duty for the present.
A FINE PHOTOGRAPH.
^utterly has taken a fine photograph of
the Uniformed Division, Knights of Pythias
It Is on exhibition In the store windew No.
809 Market street, an< attracts mash atten
tion,
TIN TEARS OLD.
T*1 WIST PBMBTTBBUN SHUBCK 011,*
BKATII ITS TIXTH AMIIYIBSABT—AD
DBBS8B8 ABB AW APTBOTBIATB M0
gramme.
The Sunday School of the West Press
byterian church waa held yaeterday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
There was almost
a packed audience, and the programme
waa very good.
The exercises were opened with sirging
"Hail, the Day of Jubilee," which was
followed by tbe repetition of the Lord's
Prayer by the school.
The report of the Superintendent of the
school next. It expressed gladness at the
anniversary, and dwelt upon the working
force which the school embodied. Dur
ing the past lOyears, its progress has been
surprising, while during the year just
past, the attendance haa been large and
increasing. The school have been huccess
ful in receiving order, and in the many
sonls, souls that have been converted. The
report closed with an expression of hope
that 10 years hence, the 20th anniversary,
those present to-day, who might be called
away, would sleep in the hope of a glorious
mortality.
A memorial hymn was sung by the
school in a yery touching manntr, after
which the pastor, Rev. Mr. Keigwin made
a deep and ieeling prayer, "Beautiful
world of Light" was then sung, and the
rendering of a service entitled, "I am the
Light of tbe World" was commenced,
which consisted of scripture reading, reci
tation of the scripture*- and song, the
source ef the light being represented by a
miniature lighthouse on the stage. The
Second part of this service was entitled
"Seeking the Light, which was repre
sented by scholars taking different parts.
The ptsipr then made a very pleasau
address, in the commencement of which
be complimented the sch k> 1 on its cred
itable exibition. He was agreeably sur
prised, he said, to see such a working
school at West Church. The thought that
came to him was that it would neither be
unpleasant or impossible to have 1000 in
stead of 500. He expressed a very warm
feeling for the Sabbath School, and said
that it was the hope of the'church of the
world.
After the singing of "While the yearn
are rolling oo," and the benediction, tbe
assemblage dispersed
NO CON LEST.
>. L. 1CABT1M, OOB CONGglSSMiN ALL
kieuT.
peclal telegram from Washington
as follows:—
A general preia despatch state* that tbe
Greenback opponent of E. L. Martin, who
was elected to Congress from Delaware by
the Democrat*, will lnstttnte a contest for
the aeat upon the ground that Martin was
convictsd of aiding and abetting the Rebel
lion, and that, never having been pardoned
by the President, he Is Ineligible to any
office of honor profit under the Government.
Martin claim* that he waa pardoned by
President Johnson, but the recurds of tee
United States Court at Wilmington do not
appear to show any evidence that such par
don was received. Upon Inquiry at the
State Department In references tbe matter,
tbe following memoranda waa furnished
"Edward L. Martin waa convicted of aid
ing and assisting tbe Rebellion and aea
r.enced to pay a fine of $1,000 and the cost
of proeecntloa, and was pardoned uncos
dltionslly October 5, 1866." This record
aettles tbe question of Martin's eligibility,
■o ground for contest. Martin had about
7,000 majority over Jackson.
A s
le
PEARL OF 8AVOY.
This evening Maggie Mitchell will appear
at the Grand Opera House this evening In
tbe Pearl of Savoy. Mlsa Mitcbell has bee*
playing In Baltimore during the last week
to full honaea, and she la so well known
here, that nothing need be said In her
praise.
To night expect a crowded house. To
morrow night Instead *f Jane Eyre, Mias
Mltchel' will appear In tbe plav ol
"Lorle;" or, "The Artists Dream." The
Baltimore New* ssys, "It was performed
lor the eecond time and gave embounded
satisfaction. Mlsa Mitchell Is admirably
supported by Mr. William Harris and a fine
stock company.
THANKSGIVING SUPPERS.
The Young Peoples Association of 8t
Paul's M. E. Church will glvs a musical
entertainment and supper on Thanksglvlsg
night for the benefit of the Sunday school.
A supper will take place at St. PeterV
Catholic church the same evening for thi
benefit of tbe poor, under the auiplces ol
the St. Vincent DePaul Society. The
married ladles of the congregation will have
charge of the affair.
un
NEW BRIDGE.
A new and substantial bridge over Shlplsy
Run, at Front and Adams streets, has been
completed during the past week. The stone
wall* are two and a half feet thick, and the
job la one calculated to last.
SWORN IN.
Sheriff-elect Pyle, of thle ceunty, took
the oath of office on Saturday afternoon,
before Judge Wale*. He will give hie
bonds at tbe Superior Court sometime dur
ing the present week.
PERSONAL.
Mr. Walton Burton of Lewes, proprietor
of the Bright House at Rohoboth City, dur
ing the winter will be at Bolton's Washing
ton Hotel, Philadelphia.
Smoke Chapman'* three went aromatic
Havanas and b* happy.
JU8TICI JALAP.
TIB WAT or THI TBAISOIBSSOI—SIYBIAL
LAIOIWT OASIS—OFJTOBB SHARP AND
BIfOABS.
Sines our last rsport several esses have
been disposed of by His Honor, Mayor
a u vM.'
Jrm«i Burns was arraigned on the charge
of stealing a pair of shoes from Howard
Moore. The larceny took place at the
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore
Railroad depot, and occurred early Sunday
morning. The evidence being conclusive,
James was held for Court In the snm of
$ 100 .
Barney Laplerre bad been arrested by
ofloers Sharp and Mcllbenny lor begging.
Since Barney baa been out of New Castle,
a period of a few days be ha, been walking
about the streets bsggtag, and is a common
nuisance. Barney walked into tbe dock
smiling all over bis features.
"An 7 pices yer honor," he said, "Just let
me off tble time."
"How long had you been In jail," asked
hie honor.
"Ten days, yer Honor.
"Then you can go over for SO this time,
and if you try on this game when you get
out I will make It 60," said the Mayor, and
the man waaled back.
Officer Sharp had arrested another offend
er on the same charge ae that of Barney.
Mary Kelly wae her same, and she bad
been walking up and down King Street on
Sunday morning asking alms. With those
who gave to her all well and good, but
those who reiused bad their refusal sup*
plemanted by a sound cursing. Mary raised
a dismal complaint about being poor and
friendless. She was also sentenced to 60
days under tbe new Sheriff.
A coat bad been stolen from Charles
Buntel, who has a shoe mending establish
ment at 330 East Sixth street. The larceny
took place on Saturday, aod the .uspeced
parties were Edward Ward, Jack Smlity
and another man whose name was un
known.
A search for the property was rewarded
by the finding of the coat at the houce of
William Lewis, an East Eighth street near
Lombard. Owing to the fact that Lewis,
who was considered the only Important wit
ness, had not been eummoned, tbe case was
postponed
Julia Thompson and Annie Parker, two
of the demi-monde, were fined $1 end costs
for beiDg drunk and noisy.
Ellen Smith was required to pay $10 and
costs for disorderly conduct on the public
ecreets.
Allmond.
ft
AT THE WEstihll AN.
Tbe usual Saturday evening entertain
ment at the Wesleyan Female College came
off before a crowded audience. Tbe Secre
tary'a report opened the exerelses, end was
followed by music by Miss E. McCullough.
A recitation, "In school daye," G Whittier,
by Mlta Susie Qutgg, waa received wltb ap
plause. Miai Lizzie Marie read an essay in
a very creditable manner, and Mies Mollis
Kurtz followed wltb singing to tbe piano
accompaniment, very finely. Tbe reading
of the college paper, "The Wesleyan," '
Mias Hattie Belt, wae next in order, and
the coDtente and the readtug were both un
exceptional. Scientific questions were then
explained, ae follows-. Mies Iva Emory,
" How do Stars Twinkle I" Mies Mary Irons,
How do we heart" The report ol Mis*
Salll* Stevenson, the critic, and tbe reading
of the programme for next meeting.
>)
by
JOHN SMITH IMPOSED ON.
John Smith lives at 405 East Fifth strest,
and after being away a day or two, went
borne and found that marauder* had been
there since he had been gone. His bouse
wss ransacked, and hi* bedstead, three
chairs and other articles were missing. The
thieves, not satisfied wltb taking away all
things transportable, had cut open the
mattrsss, which they could not take awny,
and emptied its contents upon the floor.
John inspects certain parties, and a search
warrant will be l*6ued.
A DEAR BOAT RIDE.
J. Kelly, a member of tbs Water Witch
Yacht Club, who had been on the Delaware
river, on the (team yacht Water Witch, lost
hta gold watch at tbe mouth of the Chris
tiana,yesterday afternoon about 2.80o'clock.
Mr. Kelly was sounding with a pole, and
In leaning over the side of the boat the
watch dropped from hta pocket. This la a
dear lose to Mr.' Kelly.
.a ■« .
THE FIRST SERMON.
1
A Ian;* congregation assembled at the
Weet Presbyterian Church despite the In
clemency oi the weather, to listen to Rev*
A. N. Keigwin, the new pastor, preach his
first sermon. He preaebed an able and in
structive sermon from Roodahs, chapter x,
verse 4: "For Christ Is tbe end of the law,
for righteousness, for you that belleveth."
SPECIAL TRAIN FOR COURT.
Commencing, to-day, the P., W. & B.
R. R., Delaware Division, w 11) fqn a special
passenger train, continuing during tbe
session of Court, leaylng this elty for
New Castle at 9.20 a. m., returning leaving
N„w Castle at 6.15 p. m.
ORDINATION CEREMONIES.
. :
Next Tuesday evening Rev. A.. N. Keig
win. the new pastor oi the. West Presby
terian Church, will be formally ordained
and Installed.
ANNIVERSARY.
The aunlverssry of the Sunday School of
the Hauover Presbyterian Church will ba
held next Friday evenlhg.
RRDEMJ»TOBl*r MISSION.
On Sunday next the Redemptorlel Fathers
commence a mission at St. Mary's Church,
Sixth and Plat street*,

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