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WILMINGTON, DEL.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1878.
ONE GEN T,
VOL. Xll NO. to.
PROCLAMATION TO THE PEOPLEI
GREATEST MARK-DOWN IN FINE CL0THIN&
EVER KNOWN.
.hall close out In the next thlrtY day* our entire stock of Wlnt r Clothing at a
TKEMENE0U8 SACRIFICE. Our ilcket girls and stock-keepers It tve been
abi.ut a week making the necessary changes for this ohang ng the
price tickets for the Mars-Bo Wn.eto.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICE*;
We
..$6.00; formerly $7.50
.8 ft,; formerly 10,0"
... ls.oo; formerly 18.00
..... 8,00; formerly 11.(0
......SS.OO; formerly 85,01
valient casslmere Suits.-.-.- 12-00; formerly 16,«0
fInkhT Business Bulls-.-.-.......—.18-00 fbrm«rly 22 00
raaeonal 1 ress Suits.-lAOJ; former y 18.00
Cttsslmere Vest and Pants.... b Ojt formerly 7 JO
These reductions have been made tofo ce the sale of our still Immense stocr, unsold
1 on account of the backwardness of IbeseaoLn.
Man's overcoat*—.
rioth-Hound Diagonal Overcoats.
vine Plaid -Black Overcoats....
unod Black Fur Beave overcoats...
sitni.Llued Fur Beaver Overooalse
Sstin l A large variety of 8'ur Baavr Ulsters from 86.00 to|2'.00
A. C. YATES CO.
LEL'GEE BUILDING.OHESTNTJT ST REET, Cor. 61 h,P HI LAD E L P HIA .
holiday announcement.
O
In order tD reduOe our large stock by January 1, 1879, we have marked all our goods
down 18 per cent, as the following price list will show.
Good Business suits from $5,00 to $8,500
$2,50 '■ $6,35
Cashmere unit* from $6.75 to $13. 25
Dress suits
H
Boys school suits
Fine brown overcoats " $7,50 to $12,75
$ 11,00
$19,50
$ 8,00
Hoys fine dress suits $4,00
Fine fur beaver
$9,87
$4,00 to $15,00 Worumbo Beaver overcoats
Boy overooats 112,00 to $ 0 75.
Largest Clothing House in the City.
N W COR. FIFTH AND MARKET.
M. MEYERS.
j

A. COHEN,
i)
MERGHANT TAILOR
N. E. COR. SECOND AND MARKET STREET.
Now is the time to order your suits for Chrlstmu. Prices are put down lower than
any place in Wilmington. For 112.00 you can get a good suit made to order. You can't
boy ready made suits so cheap. Pants made for $3.00 up. Guaranteed a good fit, spring
bottom pants always on hand.
ri
Yours Truly,
A. COHEN.
Merchant Tailor.
N. E cor, Second and Market Streets.
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
DU
Shoemaker's Fancy Basket and Toy Bazaar,
No. 510 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON DEL.
One door below the City Hall,
At this store can be found the largest and best selec ei slook of
Fancy, French and Indian Baskets
Foreign fted Domestic Baskets of various styles. Toys Notions 4 c. suitable for tbe
Holidays ever offered n this market. Our stock of Toys is very extensive, and prices
remarkably low. , .
Mr. Hlioemaker can be found at 1 1s old place ef business, Nr# 403 Klug street, where
atbasJuRt received a superb stock of Market Baskets. Wash Baskets, and everything
inthehou e furnishing Tine.
WEBB? THE HATTER
304 Market Street,
IS SELLING
LAIES FURS OF All QUALITIES
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER KNOWN BEFORE.
I ■THE LATEST STYLES
OF HATS AND CAPS
AT GREATLY
REDUCED RATES
all
of
in
ADAMS AND BROTHER
led
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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NO
inn store
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nis
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oni
0115
J
vei
io6 MARKET ST
WILMINGTON, OELiWAKK,
Would respeotfudy tall the attention of the Publlo to their large a
stock of FANCY AND DOMESEIO
STI
»
well sal
in
|
Holiday
UOILS A SPECIALTY.
GOODS.
r.
Dum £ 1 N E R ' 8 PATENT HEADS AND BODIES,
CARRIAGES BOYS VE7.01 PEDES,
EXPRESS WAGONS. SLEDS, TOY OARTB,
WHEEL bARROWS. DRUMS,
TIN AND MKRCHANICAL TOYS
ET.
ENGINES
-..A FULL LIND OF
CRADLES, DOMESTIC TOYS.
A LARGE LINE OF CUT PICTURES,
PAPr.R LAiE AND FANCY PAPER
Hi' 1 "!
ir«H
FOR TREE ORNAMEN IK.
COME AND EXA INE OCR STOCK.
CLOTHING.
New Styles Ready
GENT'S AND BOY'S
it
8
N*w
6
CLOTHING.
cold
We snail be glad to h ve the peo
ple of Wllmlng'on, call and see the
LARGEST,
A
be
he
a
BEST.
HANDSOMEST
and cheapest stick of Fine and
Medium Gra-les ol Gent's Youth's
Boy's and Children's Clothing that
was aver manufactured.
WANAMAKER & BROWN
OAK HALL
6th & MARKET STS.
Philadelphia.
BOTTOM PIRCB8
FIRST CLASS WORK,
L. B. JONES,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
DRE'8 shirts made to order
A SPECIALITY.
FIT OVA RANTEED,
NO. 121 MARKET Street*
Wilmington D©1
H. ROBINSON,
w,
WHOLESALE Os ENTAIL MAHUFACTUKER
AND DEALER IN
Imported and Domestic Begar ping and
smoking tobaccos. Wllml; g.on Dela
ware.
ip
In
BALLS.
CHARITY BALL.
First Grand Bai
OF THE YOUNG MEN'S
CHARITY ASSOCIATION,
(of the Jacob's Senate) to be held In
tiKMY'
Prof. WEBSTER'S DANCING - >'
ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1st. 137!!
Proceeds to be donated to charitable In
stitutions of Wilmington.
is
BO Ota.
TICKETS,
tbe
AMUSEMENTS.
Let me take your life, there's million*
in it,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
ON \ G.ir ONLY,
MONDAY J. SEN.NO DEO * 23rd.
The Eminent American Comedian,
JOHN T. RAYMOND,
Supported i by his own superb theatrical
company, will appear as
Pemberton Pembroke,
THE INSURANCE AGENT IN BARTLEY
CAMPBELL'S NEW COM" DY SUC
CESS RISKS. OR INSURE
YOUR LIFE.
Pronounced by the press as greater than
hisf'mous COL. SE LER8,
Reserved seats at C. F. Thomas * Co's.
BALES.
F OR sale- 300 shares of Clayton Loan
gtoclr, new series, at one dollar a share
new plan, loa' lng the full amount and
collecting the premium monthly.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN Beoj
Cut
novl
NOTICES.
U K PENSIONER* TAKE NOTICE
All parties entitled to pensions can have
their papers pr pared and the proper affi
davits sworn out at the office of the late
Jno, H. Publ Eeq, 304 Shipley street
as formerly.
LEVI A. BERTOLETTE.
Justice of the Peace and Notary Pnbllo.
VIOTIGE-TO WATER RENTERS,
JN OFF'CE Watkk Dbpatmb*t, 1
WinmnoTON, Dip., Deo, loth, 1878, /
The bills for 1870 are now ready and pay
able at the registrar's office, No. 1000 Mar
ket street, Ti e law tequlres that
paid on or before January 31st. 1870, the
face of the bill; those paid during the
month of February flve. per cent, addition
al those paid during the month of March
ten per cent additional, and any amount
alntng unpaid after April 1st, 1*78, the
registrar Is required to have tne ferrules
withdrawn ai d suit instituted for the re
covery of th' amount due, and tbe water
wl 1 not be let In ton noh premises until suob
ar.eara, with assessments and $2 for draw
ferrules ass paid. Office hours,.* a. m.
to 4 p, ! to.
| deolWm
all bills
ren
1
W. J. MORROW,
Registrar.
VUi'll Uni,!
THE HERALD.
TH*
Wilmington, Del., DOC. IE, I STS.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THI8 DAY.
it arises. ..7.17 a. m. I Bun sets...4E7 p.m
'loon sets..
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..l.U a. m.
HIGH WATER.
Delaware Breakwater.
8 47 p. m.
N*w Oustie....—.
6 40 p, m.
Wilmington—...
7.10 p. m.
_E li a. m.
—.e.U a. ra.
....« 41 a. m.
TBE Wit AT HEX .-To-day « wMI 6 .
cold and cloudy.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
TRACKING A HOR3E THIEF.
A KBNNBTT SQUABS, TA , MAN HA* HIS
HOBSB 8TOLBN, AND PUBSUINft THB
THIEF TO WILKINS TON, GET* Nl* YBO
FEBTT.
It was perhaps a* early aa 6 41 o'clock
yesterday morning that a man giving his
name as Frank Hewitt, accampaoled by a
friend, called at the police headquarters and
made Inquiry for a stolen horse. He aald
be owned the horse and that It had been
stolen from him alter 10 o'clock the night
before. He lived la Cheater county, near
Kennatt Square, and la a member of tk*
Chester County Horse Company, who were
willing to pay an reasonable reward. De
scribing the theft of the horse, he said that
he bad taken a young lady to chnrch, and
returning to her residence, hitched the
horse and entered the house. Coming out
a short time after, he was surprised to find
horse and wagon gone. The thlel was fol
lowed as far as the lower spice mills, at
which place the watchman aald he heard
the wagon pass shortly before. He then
came on to Wilmington expecting to find
(be horse In tewn.
A search was at once Instituted, and Mr.
Hewllt found the horse and wagon undsr a
shed la the stabls yard of the Black Horse
Hotel, and took possession of his property.
No eae about the hotel knew anything of
the horse being brought there. Mr. C.
Miller, the proprietor of the White Horse
Hotel, says that a man came to his house
early Id the morning and asked for lodging
for himself and horse, but was tmrned away
and directed to the Black Horse Hotel.
This, in all probability, was the thief. Mr.
Hewitt left town early in the day with his
property.
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up
cf
RESPECT TO P. E. QUIGG.
The Union M. E. church congregation
has passed the tollowlng resolutions of
respect:
Whekbas, The Rev. J. B. Qulgg, pre
siding elder of Wlimlngten District, Wh
ip Ington Conference Is dosing, bis term of
service Id the District and whereas he kas
In our judgment faithfully and Judiciously
discharged the responsibilities of bis office
hr constant labor and Important advice In
the Interest of tbe church. Tnerefere.
Resolved, Thst we express our gratitude
lor his counsel and advice In looking after
the interest of our charge and that of WU*
mington Methodism.
Resolved, That we hlgbly regard bis
Christian character and appreciate the la
bors be has performed among ua.
Resolved, That whereever his lot may
be east we will remember him In our sym
pathy and prayei s.
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In
SKATING MASQUERADE.
The grand Roller Skaktlng Carnival end
Masquerade Party at Institute Hall, this
evening, will no doubt be well worth at
tending. It Is quite likely thst there will
be more fun during the evening than has
ever been crowded Into that space of time
in Wilmington before. A pair of nickel
plated roller skates will be given to the
best skater, and tbe person who falls tbe
oftenest will get a tin pair. Tbe admission
is >5 cents. Be sure and go.
TIDINGS FROM THE PLAINS.
E. B. Frazer, Esq , City Clerk, has re
cieved a lengthy and Interesting communi
cation from Captain M, Winnie, of Fort
Elliott, Texas, In relation to the death ol
Albert G. Springer, formerly of Wllmlng*
ton, who was shot by the Indlins a few
weeks ago on the plains. Winnie has
taken charge of the ranche owned by Mr.
Springer, and the letter Is chiefly In refer
ence to his property and Its disposal.
THE POLICE APPOINTMENTS.
Great interest Is felt In the appointment
of police, but the Mayor does not appear to
be in a hurry, and Is carefully and wiaely
weighing the respective merits of each ap
pllcant before coming to a decision. Tbe
result will probably be made known to the
public some time this week.
A TALE OF TWO THEFTS.
On Monday night the office of the station
master at Hock*ssen,was entered by tbleve g
and a lot of cigar* and postal cards wore
stolen. Tbe office ef Mr, Mooore at York
lyn, was also broken Into and a number of
postal eards, cigars, tobaeco, Ac., ware car
ried off.
Ota.
than
and
have
affi
late
pay
Mar
the
the
the
re
suob
m.
EMBER DAYS.
To day, Friday and Saturday, or* knows
at Ember Days, which ossur la th* four
ssssods of the year. They ar* observed as
fasting days by th* Gatholl* Church
throughout th* world.
WANTS TO BE TREASURER.
We understand that one of th* candidate*
for the County Treasurershlp la Mr. Rich
ard Cochran of the. lower part of the eoun
bills
'y
The strsst* war* lay yesterday.
THE GLEANERS OF HISTORY
TH* W1STORIOAL SOCIETY BOLDS ITS ASs
HUAI, MEETING, BLIC'Tg offiCERS, DOBS
SOME OTH1R BUSIXMS AND SLIGHTLY
AMENDS THE CONSTITUTION.
A few grave and thoughtful gentlemen
met in the library of the Historical
Society'* building last night and held the
a niutl meeting *f the eociety with. Hon.
D. W- Baths presiding.
The committee appointed to make ar
rangement for the annual meeting of the
eoeiety, respectfully report further, that
they had made the following Dominations
for officers of the eociety; vie.;
President, D. W. Bate*; Vice President,
Hon. Jos. P. Oomegys, F. Gardiner Lib
tell, Bon. T- F. Bayard.
Recording Secretary, t Jos. R. Walter
corresponding secretary L. P. Bosh.
Librarian; R. P. Johnson, treasurer,
Ellwood Garrett, Historiographer,Leonard
E. Wales.
Directors; W- D. Bowe, B. A. Rad way,
H. d. McComb, J. H- Adame, and J. P.
Wales.
Your committee also reports that they
have addressed letters to eer* at gentle
men with a view to secure a preparation
of papers to be read before the society,
during the winter and spring viz to Rev.
Geo. A- Leakin of Balto, asking the rep* -
tition of a paper read by him before *
Maryland society on the Bohemia manor.
To Hon. Joe. P. Cemegys, requesting
from him a paper on the life and charac
ter of the late Hon: Jno. M. Clayton; to
Geo. B. Rodney, Eeq., who has promised
to entertain our preposition for a histori
cal paper.
L. H. BUSH.
J. P. WALES.
W. D. DOWE.
The report was soeepted end with the
secretary casting the vote of ih* society
for the officers, they were declared elec
ted.
The question of changing the time of
meeting (proposed by Dr. Bush at the
meeting held Jnne 20th) was then taken
up and after some discussion, the time *f
meeting, was changed from the seeoad
Thursday of cash month, t* the third
Monday and the matter was catered in the
constitution.
On motion of Geerge H. Bate* the se
cretary wu instructed to notily all mem
bers of each monthly meetings
Judge Walea presented a short memorial
cf the late lamented Samuel At. Harring
Esq., which wu very fitting and
breathed a spirit of deep feeling and res
gard for the deceased gentlemen in qnes
tion.
ton,
It was entered on the minutes. The
society then adjourned.
PROF. BICKER'S CONC1RT.
The Professor, aided by ladle* and gen
tlemen, gave a concert la the lecture room
of the Masonic Temple, last night.
The entertainment opened with e piano
diet, by Miss Nellie Lichtenstein and Mas.
ter Harry Gould, and was a creditable per
formance. Tbe "Bangerbund" sang in fine
•eselUgkeit*'—the "Love dong,
style.
was then excellently rendered by Miss M.
Pyle, Willie McLear, H. Johnson, and M.
Holt, on two pianos. Then followed a
C slop by Masters D. Baldwin,W. Gawthrop
;,nd a. Hyatt—a duet by Misses Nye and
8. -limns—a charming violin solo, by
Master Charles Hickman—a March, on two
pianos, by Mieses Emma Hlzar, Emma
Gawthrop, Kate Pyls, and Julia Johnson—
a lovely violin solo by Mr. A. W. Aarlnk
son, with encore—"Tavhaures's March,"
by Miss Willie Becker on tbe piano—a
quartet by Miss Becker,on organ—a quartet
g lano by Misses Llcbten6teln, Becker
stelle and Sophy Pusey.
The Sangerbund closed the entertainment,
w bleb bad given unmixed pleasure to a
la rge audience, by singing "Rhlnesehus
ucht."
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anil
THE HYDROPHOBIA CA8I.
No developments in the cate of the un
fortunate George Sedgwick who la afflicted
with hydrophobia have yet occurred. His
condition remains almost unchanged. On
Tuesday night he slept some and from S
o'clock a. m. till daylight reste d compara
tively well. His mind, however. Is not so
clear, although he Is rational and recog
nizes his acquaintances. He has eaten noth
ing and water when brought to his sight
Immediately causes a spasmodic contraction
of tbe throat. The afflicted man Is still at
tbe City Hospital, and Is under the sharge
of Dr. E. Sbortledse, the Hospital physi
cian. Last night he was more composed.
BURST IN HIS HANDS,
Robert Ormsley who live* with Georg* C,
Hanson on the New Castle pike, shot »t a
hawk Saturday afternoon and the gun
burst In bis hand*. Both his wrists were
severely hurt but It Is not anticipated that
amputation will be necessary.
"SHAM8" (BY MANN.)
Rev. J. B. Mann has promised to leetnre
at the Claymont, M. E. church on "Shams'
on the evening of Jan. 2 1879, far the bene*
fit of the ehur*h.
as
A YICIOUI DOG.
A small dog hit Thomas McClsrrsn, whs
resides at Ns. 81$ Flue street, on the hand
last Sunday.
ANRW ENTRANCE.
Dr. Howard Ogl* Is having a sew door
way cut Into his office and a new door put
In.
The Cigar Box, sorasr or Fifth aad Ship
ley strests, la the place ts obtain a fine
tarsrod elgar for three osat*.
JERSEY VS. DELAWARE.
At 12 o'cloekyes'erday, Michael Duvany,
a hard-fisted Salem county, N. J., trucker,
was In Hartman A Fehrenbacb'e saloon,
playing bagatelle with a one-armed man
from Claymont. Thomas Nickerson stood
by with bis bands In bis pockets and bis
overcoat outside of a goodly quantity of
beer, disputing about the way the game
stood. Soon after Nickerson was shaking
his fist under Devsny's nose, at Fourth and
King streets, where potato baskets were
plentiful. Quickly, Nickerson was stand
ing on his head amongst the said baskets,
and he and Duran? were busily engaged in
mopping the pavement with each other, the
latter a little the busies*. We nextseethem
marching to the Hall In charge of Sergeant
Whelan and Constable Ti ultt, and the last
scene they walk Into the docks at the police
station at Mayor Allmond's regular 7
o'clock reception. The testimony In the
case was volumnious and nearly all the
witnesses testified that Nickerson caused
the fight by persistent insults and efforts to
pick a quarrel and also that be struck the
first blow. Result: Nickerson was fined
83 and costs, (amounting to $2S, or there
abouts) and Duvany was dismissed.
CHEAP CLOTHING FOR THE HOLI.
DAYS.
It Is an undoubted fact that the finest
stock ready-made clothing and Men's Fur
nishing Goods In the State can be found at
Samuel Cohen's Mew York Clothloe House
>21 Market street, Wilmington The qual
ity *f the goods Is very fine, and the prices I
Oh, my I Cheap la no name for them. Now
lust think; overcoats as low as $2.50, run
ning up Id price to $20. Men's pants from
88 cents to $6.00. Suits from $5 to $25; a
very fair hat for 66 cents. White shirt*
with linen bosom and cuffs and tbe body of
good York twllUd muslin for $50 cents;
finer shirts for $1.00; tbe very best that Is
manufactured, $125. Four-ply linen col
lars, 2 (or 35 cents. Men's heavy knit un
dershirts and drawers, from 25 cents to
$1.95. Paper collars, per bucket of Wu, 10
cents. This house manufactures most of
their own goods. At these price*, Is it any
wonder that they are doing the largest
clothing business in Wilmington ? Want of
space will not allow us to enumerate tbe
low prices of this stock in detail. We
would advise everyone seeking for anything
In the clothing to pay a visit to the New
York Clothing House, 231 Market street.
Has a lot of paut* on hand and will
sell them at half price.
Ml MARYLAND.
The Chesapeake oyster trade Is now at
It* bight.
A white weasel, IS Inches la length, wa*
shot la Elk Neck by a pair of duck hunters
on Monday laat.
The government work on the Cambridge
channel has been begun. A straight chan
will be eut by dredge*.
The Snow Hill Messenger report* that
Miss Lilli* Duer who shot Miss Ella Hearn
In Pecemoke City some time ago b&s gone
revlegjmad.
Reuben B. Jamar bas been appointed
Registrar ol Wills for Cecil county to fill
tbe vacancy earned by tbe death of the late
Registrar, Reuben D. Jamar.
The work of replacing the old wooden
portion of the railroad bridge over tbe Sus
quehanna at Havre de Grace with Iron
apaea hat been anspeode l for tbe season.
PIN AND SCISSORS.
"Kiss, and be Friends," is the nem* of a
new novel.
Don't let your pot plants have too much
heat durlngitbe Winter.
A dime stuck on a postal card has reach
ed New York from ElbeitOD, Ga.
Ladles should always keep a vial of gly
cerine on tbelr toilets for daily use at this
season of the year.
A medical professor says of tobacco: "It
Is killing more people than whisky. Par
ticularly the smokiDg of cigarettes Is bane
ful. The arteries beeome excited and rup
tured by It, and they, often snap in the
brain.
OUB KEYSTONE NEIGHBORS.
Chester Is full of thieves.
The Coateevllle Fire Department wants a
fire alarm bell.
Poultry thieves are reaping la harveat In
Chester county.
The roof of the Baptist ^church at Ridley
Park is giving way.
The National Greenback-Labor Party Is
not dead Is Delaware county.
It Is predicted that Edison's electric light
Will supersede diamond brsastspins.
There are said to be new developments In
the Mediterranean Steamship Line scheme
which John Roach has so fondly cherished
for years.
BOMRWHAT SURPRISED.
One day last week a gunning party con
sisting of five men and 13 dogs, walked 26
miles. The report coming to Chester that
th* party were near Claymont loaded with
game, a two-horse wagon started to meet
them. Tbe surprise ol the driver can be
Imagined when he came upon the party,
having but one llttls rabbit, and that one
had been bought from a neighboring farm
Roy.—[Cheater Times.
KILL1D AT NORTH EAST MD.
A fatal accident occurred at the McCul
lough Iron Company's rolling mills, at
North Bast, Cecil county, Md., on Friday
evening last, by which one man waa killed
and two others severely injured.
Jackson's Best, Happy Thought, Rough
and Ready, and other chole* brands of
chewing tobaes* kept constantly on hand
at the Cigar Box, esroar FUtk and Skips
Im in wu,

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