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WILMINGTON. DEL.. THURSDAY DECEMBER 19, 1878.
ONE CENT.
fOb Xlt NO. al.
"'PROCLAMATION TO THE PEOPLE!
'1ATEST MARI-DOW IS HITE CI0THI&
* EVER KNOWN.
„ nut in the next tbtrtv dayt our entire stock of Wintar Hoiking at a
1 oI'mVnEOUM SACRIFICE. Our leket glris and Uonk-ksepers It 've been
114 week making the necessary changes fir this changing the
aD Ul price tickets for the Mark-Bo tVn.ele.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES 1 ;
85.00; formerly 97.50
, HA; formerly 10,0'i
15.00; formerly 18.00
8,00; formerly U.»0
.21.00; formerly 88,0')
„ .......8.00: formerly 10.00
1-0 ,;*Ci!L'i mere Suite .....- 11.00: formerly 10,00
ilk* 1 ^ 'hevl?ISu"s .. .7...3.....15 0*. forme fy 17.00
St ^^ ^vrn i Hulia ... 18.00 form rly 2100
r..~r. zzz _:::::::::::.-I..—._i5.o a; former yis.oo
fSttlmere Vos' aud Pants...5 «li; formerly 7 JO
^'wre Pants .. . Z Z .. S.W foime ly 6,9)
i c n k ,ai pauth...4.<x> former* 6.»
I-Vrs^B only..50; formerly l.W
relictions have been made tofo ce the sale of our still Immense stoor, unsold
er on at count of the backwardness of the season.
round Diagonal Overooals.
p aid .Black Overcoats.
ttro k Fur Be ive * overooals...
"V,,Lt Fur Beaver Overooalse
Llueu r variety of aur Buavr Ulsters from JO,0i to 32 \<X)
A. Ce YATES CO.
)GER BUILDING. CHESTNUT STREET, Cor. 6th, PHILADELPHIA.
0LIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT.
O
order to reduoe our large Block by January 1, 1879, we have marked all our goods
n 18 ..er cent., as the following price list will show.
Good Business suits from $5,00 to $8,500
$2,50 '* $6,35
suits from $6.75 to $13. 25
$19,50
tmere
><
Boys sehool suits
Fine brown overcoats " $7,50 to $12,75
$ 11,00
$8,00
Be suits
s fine dress suits $4,00
$9,87
«
Worumbo Beaver overcoals
$4,00 to $15,00
Boy overcoats $2,00 to $ 0 75.
Larqest Clothing House in the City.
N W COR. FIFTH AND MARKET.
M
fur Leaver
M. MEYERS.
A. COHEN,
MERCHANT TAILOR
N. E. COR. SECOND AND MARKET STREET
Sow It the time to order your suits for Christmas. Prices are pat down lower than
place in Wilmington. For 812.00 you ean get a good suit made to order. You can't
ready made suits so cheap. Pants made for 88 00 up. Guaranteed a good fit, spring
Yours Truly,
ompints always on hand.
A. COHEN.
Merchant Tailor.
N. E cor. Second and Market Streets.
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Shoemaker's Fancy Basket and Toy Bazaar.
No. 510 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON DEL.
One door below the City Hall,
t this store can be found the rargest snd best selec ei s'oote of
Fancy, French and Indian Baskets^
orelgn and Domestic Baskets of various styles. Toys Notions #c. suitable for the
lidays ever offered n this market. Our stock of Toys Is very extensive, and prices
narkwbly low.
ir. Shoemaker can be found at 1 is old place of business, No, 401 Kiair streetq where
banjuist received a superb stock of Market Baskets. Wash Baskets, and everything
tbehou e furnishing line.
VEBB, THE HATTER
304 Market Street,
IS SELLING
LAIES EURS OP ALL QUALITIES
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER KNOWN BEFORE.
HE LATEST STYLES
OF HATS AND CAPS
AT GREATLY
REDUCED RATES
ADAMS AND BROTHER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
VARIETY STORE
)
;o6 MARKET ST
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE,
»
Would
well sal
respectfully tall the attention of the PufcUo to their large a
stock of FANCY AND DOMEHE1C
OLIDAY
GOODS.
DOLLS A SPECIALTY.
Reiner's patent heads and bodies,
**L LAltRIAGES BOYS VELCIPEDES,
EXPRESS WAGONS, SLEDS, TOY CARTS,_
WHEELBARROWS, DRUMS, _ T
TIN AND MURCHANIOAL TOYS
E AM ENGINES
..A FULL LINi'OF
CRADLES, DOMESTIC TOYS.
A LARGE LINE OF CUT PICTURES, ___
PAPER L H'E AND FANjJY PAPER
FOR TREE ORNAMENTS.
GOME AND EXA INK JUU t'OCK.
CLOTHING.
New Styles Ready
GENT'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING.
W« snail be glad to h ve the peo
ple of Wilmington, call arid see the
LARGEST,
BEST.
HANDSOMEST
aud cheapest stuck of Flue and
Medium Grades of Gout's Youth's
Boy's aud Children's Ololh'ng that
was aver manufactured.
WANAMAKER & BROWN
OAK HALL
6th & MARKET STS.^
Philadelphia.
BOTTOM PIRCDH
FIRST CLASS WO»»,
L. B. JONES,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
DRB-S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER
A SPECIALITY.
FIT GUAKANTBEB,
No. 121 MARKET Street.
Wilmington Ee)
H. ROBINSON,
w,
WHOLESALE A BBT AIL MANUFACTURER
AND SRALKK IN
Imported and Domestic Begin' plug and
smoking tobaccos. Wllm'.j ;_:on Dela
ware.
BALLS.
.CHARITY BALL.
First Grand Ball
OF THE YOUNG MEN'S
CHARITY ASSOCIATION,
(of the Jacob's Senate) to be held in
Mb MY.
PROF. WEBSTER'S DANCING. C
ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1 it. 1879.
Proceeds to be donated to charitable In
stitutions of Wilmington.
CO etc.
TICKETS, -
AMUSEMENTS.
Let me take your Ufe, there's million
in it,
GRAN 1: >P1 HA HOUSE,
I or: MiG ; ONLY,
MONDAY EVENING DEC . 23rd.
The Eminent American Comedian.
JOHN T. RAYMOND,
Supported I by hfs own superb theatrical
company, will appear as
Pemberton Pembroke,
THE INSURANCE AGENT IN BARTLEY
CAM BUELL'S NEW COM' 1)YSUC
CESS RISK-. OK INSURE
YOUR LIFE.
Pronounoed by the press es greater than 8
his fmoue COL. BE* LERS,
Usual admission prlooB. Reserved .seat
75 cents __ . _ .
Reserved seats at C. F. Thomas * Go's.
band opera house,
Gr
A MERRY CHRISTMAS,
CHRISTMAS BIGHT,
Engagement of tbe celebrated artistic,
CHARLOTTE
THOMPSON,
In Sherrdan Knowles'
as "JULIA
Draaoa, entitled the
))
"lUIfCHBACK
.Admission 3- *>nd '0 cents. Reserved
seats 75 cents, to be had at O. F, Thomas
A Co's, I days lu advance^_
R. OLAIIOT,
M
604 WEST SECOND STREET.
Boot and shoe maker. Tbe cheapen
place In the city to get tbe beat band mads
shoes. Either made to orde-, or already
made
THE HERALD.
Wilmington, Del., Dec. 19,1878,
MINIATURE ALMANAO—SHIS DAY.
l.arises. ..7.18 a. m. I Sun sets...4.*7 pjm
Moon sets..
........... 9.89 a. m
HIGH WATER.
Delaware Breakwater...
8 89 p. m.
N' w CusMe.„.
7 48 p, m.
WMmlnglon..
8.19 p. m.
_3 18 a. m.
.7.11 a. m.
..« 41 a. m.
3THJ WEATHER t—To-day 44 w>44l be
colder and cloudy , followed by clearing
weaker.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
TO THE PUBLIC.
As there has been considerable talk and
advertising in different ways by oyatir deal
ers I take this opportunity to Inform the
public that I was tbe first to advertise
"solid measure," and in giving what I adver
tised, my business has to Increased that It
doubles that of any other house la the city.
We keep three expert hands busy, and our
manner of opening oysters leave them en
tirely free from shell, ss we use wbst Is
known as the Boston "tubbing knife."
Oar oysters cannot help being fresh ss they
are received every morning direct from
Crlsfield |and other points, snd tbe live
business we do enables us to supply onr
customers with the freshest, Our prices
are low as the lowest, and we aupply oys
ters by the quart, gallon, bushel or barrel,
delivered to any part of tbe city, country or
town. Churches and fairs famished at (0
eents per gallon. Just try eur meaiure and
see lot yourself.
pectfully,
Rss
AiBSCOW,
711 Shipley Street.
FRANK HEWITT'S HORSE.
From a West Chester exchange we clip
the following In relation to stolen herse
which was discovered at tbe Black Horse
Hotel In this city last Tuesday morning:
"Hsrdlya day passas bat that wa era
called on to chronicle the theft of some
body's horse.
This time If Is one belonging to Frank
Hewitt, living near the snuff mills near
Kennett Square, wlio had taken a Miss
Clark from that loaality to attend the
Kennett Square Lyceum, and on his return
to the house of the lady had merely stepped
Into the house for a few minutes to warm
his f<*et, which had become cold, as fre
quently happ D ns In winter time, and was
greatly surprised on coming out to find
no horse attached to the bitching post sb be
expected. He Immediately got his brother's
assistance, one starting to Wilmington In
pursuit of the stolen property while the
other went to Kennett Square from where
h>' telegraphed a description ot the boras
aud vehicle to various points. The one who
went to Wilmington succeeded iu finding
the horse and started with It for home."
JOHN T. RAYMOND.
Our readers will be glad to hear that this
accomplished actor will visit our city aud
present a picture of the Insurance Agent,
In ."Risks," a new play. Mr. Raymond
does not need commendation from us, for
Ids fame is fully established as a peerless
•ictor in his peculiar roles. It is said that
the new play gives even finer opportunities
lor the development of bis great art than
the "Gildid Age." and who has not laughed
till his sides were sore as he has seen Mr.
Raymond lose hlmBelf In the hopeful "Col.
Sellers."
"Risks" will be played at the Opera
House next Monday Bight.
AMUSEMENTS.
Every person should see John T. Ray
mond, tbe distinguished cotnmedian at tbe
Grand Opera House, on Monday evening
next, as Pemberton Pembroke. The Insur
ance agent in the new comedy, "Risks "
This play is pronounced greater than his
famous Col. Sellers. The full and first
class orchestra accompanies the troupe.
Received seat, 75 cents.
PERSONAL.
Mr. Edward H. Savery and wife ot this
city who relumed from Europe, on Sunday
last, on the American Ifine were given a
recaption on Tuesday night, at East Bed
ford Chester county by a number of friends
The affair was also the tentn anniversary
of the wedding of Mi. C. B. Miller tod
wife.
8
IN SERVICE AGAIN.
For some time past the engine of the Re
liance Fire company has been receiving
some repairs aud was consequently out of
service. The work however bat been com
pleted and she 1* again ready for good
work.
LATELY ORDAINED.
Rev. Wm. M. Jefferls, A.M. Professor
Mathmetlcs and Modern Languages la Del.
aware College at Newark, has lately we
understand hren ordained a bishop In the
Episcopal church by Bishop Lee of this
city.
REPAIRING TIE DRAW.
Woili men have been busy for the last
two days repairing the drew of railroad
bridge OTer the Brandywine which had got
ten so badly out ot rep'alr that Ita twinging
to and fro was rendered almost Impossible.
WOULD LIKE TO BE FIRE WATCH.
One of the candidates for the position of
fire wathman on the pinnacle of the ,city
hall, who Is s«ld to be well qualified, la
Wm. Conkllog ef the Sixth Ward.
LOCAL MOTH.
The gutters are /reeling.
It pays to advertise In the Hbrald.
Our circulation Is Increasing rapidly.
It loobed like snow yesterday morning.
Go to the 99 sent sent store for Christmas
presents.
Good weather Indicators are red noses
just now.
Mead Sanders' big advertisement In the
Hbbalb.
The Odd Fellows' Hall Improvements
are completed.
The gi eat question of the day: Who are
to be the new police f
Wilmington will have 4 police sergeants
of the first of the year.
The West Chester Local News Issued a
double sheet on Tuesday
The market was not well attended yes ter'
day for so near Christmas.
Our farmers who attend market general
ly have fine looking horses.
For Christmas tree decorations go to A.
B. Jones, 018 Market street.
The air yesterday had the oold prophetic
feeling of a coming snow storm.
Only one week iron Christmas and yet
"Deeember'a a* pleasant as May.
The "Golden Grove" cate Is being argued
Id the United States District Court.
glassware, any desired
001 Market street.
n
Initials cut on
style at Lawton's,
The water hat been stopped from the
public fountains for some time now.
Don't forget Wilmington's poor when
you are selecting Christmas presents.
Many of onr large manufacturing es
tablishment! are discharging hands every
day.
There have been a good many addition*
to the Wilmington bar during the p esent
year.
The present winter promisee to be very
hard with poor people In a financial point
of view.
A useful holiday preaent—something
China and glau. Lawton's, 605 Market
street.
Travel on tbs F. W. A 1. Railroad and
tbs Delaware Division Is very heavy at
preieut.
Please the little ones with a Christmas
tree. Decorations cheep at Jones', 618
Market atreet.
Persons afflicted with poor sight, would
do well to sail at ones os Prof. Italie, 918
Market street.
It is quite likely that our clever friend
Councilman Maxwell will be the next
chief of police.
" Be oareful how you punctuate tbe
stove," is tbe latest. It.mesns not to put
too much colon.
Cornucopias, drums, boats, baskets fer
decorating your Christmas trees, at Jones',
618 Market street.
One whole square of useful and orna
mental holiday gifts of China and glass at
Lawton's, 605 Market street,
Tbe pier at DuPont'* powder magazine
on the Delaware river above the Idgemoor
Iron works It being repaired.
Lamps—a full line of single and double
stadent lamps, and mors moderate priced
ones, at Lawton's, 605 Market street.
Five oente will bnv as gosd a olgar at the
Cigar Box, corner Shipley and Fifth streets,
»s Is usually sold at other pi see* for 10.
Call and try one.
II you want good reading subscribe for
the Penny Story Paper, at 50 cents a year;
eight pages every week; send all orders to
the Philadelphia post-office.
Holiday styles, Dunlap'e, Knox's and
Nekerson's 811k and Derby hats, new holi
day styles just received by 8heppey,the hat
ter, opposite Clayton House.
Jackson's Be6t, Happy' Thought, Rough
and Ready, and other choice brands of
chewing tobaeeo kept constantly ou hand
tbe Cigar Box, corner Fifth and Ship
ley streets.
The largest slock of merschaum goods
ever offered for sale in this elty, can be
found at the large wholesale and retail to
bacco house of Wm. H. Robinson, No. 11S
I. Fourth street.
In
tf.
at
Miss TatnaJl & Coj 807 Market street,
make the cheapest and handsomest designs
for Funerals, sueh as Crosses, Wreaths,
Crowna, Anchors, Harpa, Pillows, Broken
Columns, Ac., Ac.
"C. D. Coyle & Co., general auctioneers,
No. 4 East Fourth street, are receiving
dally large luvolees of crockery, glass and
tinware, which they are selling less than
the price of manufacturing.
McCloakey la acknowledged to be the
cheapest batter In hewn. He treats hie
customers felrly, sella first*olass goeda and
charges reasonalbe prices, Give him a
call at the Opera Hoiue Hat store, No 812
Market street.
A. Fountain, proprietor of the cozy and
oast Hair Cutting and Shaving Saloon,
corner Market aud Sixth (treats, Invitee ell
who desire neat, erpldlttoua and artistic
work in tbe tonsorlal line, to give him a
call. He makes a specialty of hair cutting
and dressing.
The Buell family, whose sweet singing
hss been bo highly appreciated by Wll
audlencee, will give a concert at
8. R. A. room, corner Third and
King streets, Saturday evening next. As
the proceeds w 111 be given to the assoela
tlon the hall should be crowded.
Professor Charles Italie has removed his
effloe to No. 918 Market street, where he
can be eonsnlted by all those alfilctod with
any deficiency of the sight. Satisfaction
guaranteed la every Instance, particularly
In such oases where the sight has beau Im
paired by the use ef Improper er Inferior
glasses. Having a practleal experience
eleven years, he Is enabled to adopt such
glasses as aw ffiost appropriate to the
sight by mere Inspection of the eyes. The
highest reference given. Office days Wed
needays, Saturdays, and every evening
through the week. u , v .
Prof, ChaAlrs Italib,
i) 918 Market it., Wilmington, Deis
tf
tf
lngton
the M. I
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Of
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DEATH FROM HYDROPHOBIA.
TUB UNf SKTVNATS ft BOBOS sEBOWISK
• BOWS BAPIBLT WOBSB AND BIBS AT
THIS HOSPITAL LAST BVENIH0 AT SIX
o'clock.
The unfortunate man, George W. Sedg
wick who has been suffering from hydro*
phobia since last Saturday, died at the city
hospital last evening, about 6 o'clock. His
condition on Tuesday evening, up to the
hour of eur report (about 10 o'cleck) waa
not alarming, but about midnight he evinc
ed much agitation and nervousness and be
came wild and almost uncontrollable. La*
ter. he became so frantic that those attend
ing him, had difficulty to restrain him, and
at one time ha broke from their bold, at
tempted to jump through the window,
breaking It in bis effort, Toward mornlnu
he was manacled and as he waa hurt b?
efforts to free himself, a straight jacket waa
put on him. HU condition remained un
changed all day, except that he constantly
grew weaker. Occasionally thare would be
a faint flash of reason in his talk, though
generally hla mind was wandering, and be
appeared to fear that some one wanted to
shoot him. Once Dr, Wales asked him If be
felt pain, and he appeared to understand
and anawered intelligently that he did not.
The only nourishment he took during lithe
day waa a glass of milk, which he drank
just after dinner aid which he was enabled
to drink simply by extraordinary will pow
er. This extbltlon of will which was really
surprising,be appeared to peiseas during all
of bis save moments. In the evening, the
attending physicians, thinking that a steam
bath would be beneficial for the sufferer pre
pared It and were about to put him iu It
when he nxplied, Hedledevldeutally from
exhaustion and did not seem tosuffer. The
deceased will In all probability be burled
from his late residence on Seventh Avenue.
The date ef (he funeral has net
yet been decided*
CHEAT CLOTHING FOR THE HOLI
DAYS.
It Is an undoubted fact that tbe finest
stock ready-made clothing and Men's Fur
nishing Goods in the State can be found at
Samuel Cohen's New York Clothing House
991 Market street, Wilmington The qual
ity of the goods is very fine, and tbe prices l
Oh, my I Cheap Is no name for them. Now
just think; overcoats as low as $2.59, run
ning up In price to $20. Men's pants from
85 cents to $6.00. Suits from $5 to $25; a
very fair hat for 65 cents. White shirts
with linen bosom and cuffs and tbe body of
good York twill d muslin for $50 cents;
finer shirts for $1.00; the very best that Is
manufactured, $1 25. Four-ply linen sol■
lars, 2 lor 25 cents. Men's heavy knit un
dershirts and drawers, from 25 cents to
$1.95. Paper collars, per bucket of ten, 10
cents. This house manufactures most of
their own goods. At these prices, Is It any
wonder that they are doing tbe largest
clothing business In Wilmington ? Want of
space will not allow us to enumerate the
low prices of this stock In detail. We
would advise everyone seeking for anything
in tbe clothing to pay a visit to the New
York Clotb'ng House, 291 Market street.
Has a lot of pants on hand and will
sell them at half f ries.
THE SKATING CARNIVAL.
The Roller Skating Masquerade Carnival,
given at the Institute Hall, last evening, by
Mr. J. T. McDowell, manager ot the Wil
mington Roller Skating Park, was a grand
success. The attendance was large, the
skating of many of the contestants for tbe
prize offered, (a pair of nickel plated skates)
was excellent, and the costumes of many
were quits striking, and ranged from the
sublime to tbe ridiculous. The costumes of
nearly all the ladies were very pretty. The
judges selected were J. K. a utterly, Tbos.
I. Russell and Abraham Richardson. About
10 o'clock the judges anuouuced the prizes.
Miss Emma Picketts, being the best lady
skater, was awarded a pair of ladies' nickel
plated skates; Mr. Ira JtflVris, being the
best gentleman ska'er, had ■ tiutilar prize
bestowed upon him, aud Mr. A. H. Van
deveDter. b.-iug the worst skater, recieved
a Mu pair
Everything contributed to the success of
the occasion, and Mr. McDowell Is to be
complimented for the pleasant execution of
the affair.
AN INCIDENT AT THE HALL.
Some time ago a Mrs. Brady was ar
raigned before the Mayor ou tho charge of
keeping a tippling house, and was fined
$20 aud costs. Being unable to pay the
penalty imposed on her she was piaeed In
the cells, where she remained up to a few
days ago, when, It Is rumored, one of the
policemen let her at liberty. Sergeant
Whelan started on tbe searsh for her and
the ether morning found her In the house of
a Mrs. Watson on Bird street. He re-ar
rested her and took her back to the Hall.
She was confined In the cells again, and
still remains In durance vile.
THE CONTRACT IS ACCEPTED.
Representatives of the Pennsylvania
Globe Gaslight Company were In town yes
terday, and accepted the coatract for light
ing the oil lamp*, as awarded them by
Couacll at Its meeting last week. The corn
pan) will have an agent In town on Friday
who will consummate the contract. Mr.
Huested, the Chairman of tbe Lamp Com
mii tee, Is deserving of praise for his efforts
and judgment In this matter, which have
resulted in a yearly saving of nearly $5,000
to the city.
RED MEN'S RECEPTION.
Rossskatum Tribe, No. 15, Improved
Order of Red Men, Laurel Del , will give
a reception on the evening of the 25th lnat.,
for the benefit of tha members and tbelr
wive*. At wblch time there will be ad*
dresses delivered by Great Senior Sagamore
William F. Walnwrlgbt and other brethern
of the Order, after which there will be
refreshments served in abundance. The
committee ot arrangements Intend to spire
no pains to make the occaalon agreeable to
all preeent.
The Cigar Box, corner of Fifth and &blp
ley streets, is tbe plate to obtain • fine
flawed danlg ||M mtfc

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