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Wilmington, del., Saturday, august 22 , i874. VOL. LXXX1V.--NO. 433. PRICE 1 CENT pi. or us, hatches, ar. C. I. BUSH' HAS REMOVED HAM REMOVED HAS REMOVED HAS REMOVED 11AM RR MOVED HAS REMOVED TO TÜR Somli-weit forncr of Ncvrulii • mimI Market Ntreeta, A l.AltOK STOCK OK Watches, .T owelry, &■ Silver-wave 5 baud. Constantly •^Repairing promptly attended to. upr20-ly 407 Market St. 407 BENJ. S. CLARK, A lull assortment of superior Clocks, Watches, Jewelrv and Spectacle:. Constantly oh bund and for rale ut tho low* ««I .murket rates. Particular und personal attention given to Repairing uny article m tlie nliove line. A line uisnrt mont of PpeMnclos c I y on liaml, amt a ih,! Diamond Spectacles. •nstant nle agent for the Celnbiu larlfi HX» JCWUMiV. At CTo.15 East Fourth ütroot, WILMINGTON. DKL., Tho undersigned would ro spuctfully call the attention of ladies and gentlemen to sortuieut of Watch uud Plated Ware, and eut bruce.- the •st approved style«, lleatki to his American L superior article, buth in correctness ot time. A good as uud hand, at low figures, a reprt sented. Repairing of all kinds promptly un i neatly •io»«' »it reasonably toriUH. e«, Clock», .Jewelry, Mil all ol which i.i entirely latent and »peci ul attention Watch, which in i finish ami f. sortment ot cluck», jewelry and silt plated voire ni way» Everything guaranteed Public I» respect full y solicited, J OLAY TON M AHnKÏ. No. id K. Fourth . tr.ot. ootWtl PRESTON AYARB, Practical Walch Maker; And dealer in UNE AMERICAN AND SWISS WATCHES CLOCKS.JEWELRY. SPECTACLES. Jrjiv EV K (iLAS.HKtl, SII.VKKW AK.E.JIC.. 404 King St., Wil-> Del. ntfeiitii'n paid to rep.iiring in all Farticul: its branches; also, changing spectacle gins* a good assortment of glasses cor. ««. 11 >iantly on hand. 'I ho public is cordially invited to call und stock and learn my prices. GEORGE JACK. »05 Mm Rot. HI. WATCHES. JEWELRY, AC. SPECTACLES A EYE OLA8 ÄJP^C'äÄbKS-üOLD. fcULVhll AND RUBBER FRAMES. Wo claim iroui experience to fuit y pocuhurily of unpaired vision, d in every case guarantee autisl«» 1 . n. uur facilities ure such that we change glarses in any shaped frame stom«r in a few hours. Third streot. ;hos ! o suit tho N. B —First stun Repairin': in nil ; ubo JAMES BRADFORD. PAINTS, «IbS, VARIUS 1 IEF, W IN DOW UI.AS8. Cflmont and Calcined Plaster. »1 lead, white zinc, iron paint, lubricating oils, linseed oil. sperm ! »I lard oil. neats foot oil. coal oil. Iilden A Nephew's varnishes. Kag'lsh varnishes, alcn .. I turpentine, paint mills, paints ready mixed artists' materials, wax flower maten decalcomania pictures.ull kinds ol loreign .1 domestio glass, stained, ornaineotal and engraved : c »sch painters material, stonoil VuVs. ladders of different lengths, ready »»ml «ash, gold leaf, bronze«, vermillions. looking glass plûtes. Nos .6 and ft E««* Third St. WILMINGTON. DEL. N. B.—Particular attention paid to Houee »Mil Nlil I» PalntiuRi hlgn Writhi^Jco. Paint''.while lead, c.h el C. S. MORGAN, New and Popular Stylos ol Dealer ii MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, C2X MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON. DHL. OUR EXCELSIOR SHIRTS ARK MADK TOORDKR. Cut by Measure 'anJ u l ' o r ( e j L^K u ar a n - HOUSTON & PRIZE!?, DEALERS IN TEAS- COFFEES, SUGAR. JV1T3D SPICES. CutlosltiM, No. 11 East Fourth Street, WILMINGTON. DHL SP KOI ALT Y : KUTM1ÎUS, GINGER. MUSTARD. CLOVES. ALLSPICE. PEPPER, AMON, MACK. SWEET A 1 LAIN juntü 3m Jupauoso and Chiuct UUOCOLATK. JOHN'S HOTEL, , Sit '103 MARKK'»' »THKKT, wilminoton. del., JAMES MoLANAN. Proprietor. iuar30-tf EVJINISII/NO COOPS. Now be Careful About how you buy your REFRIGERATOR, Don't buy any until you examine tho 'RELIABLE/ What claim for it is first, Us perfect ;?d, more cold uir and better circula tion, with less ice than any other in use. Ilia d with bard wood.and corrodo. Call and see it in operation at 4o:i NHiPLKY M r rj4n:ifi r r 1L MORRISON. dry ! ine lining to may G thk oki,ebkatei> PA RAG' iN SI 11 HT PERFECT FITTING, COMFORT, BASF, HI.KQ ANCE, Hade to Order & warranted a True Fit. Bend for Sdf Measurement Circular J. P. DOUGHTEN, Mo. 410 Market. Kirnet, Wilmington, Del. >17ly WYATT A GARRETT'S PATENT Yoke-Shirt, AI«, uoa Market Mieei, Wllniliiifton, llel. Bower's Hoof Liniment. U b After 30 years practical experience horse«, in »taxing, teaming, Ac.,I have learn ed tu at uioru horses have beau crippled by ho loot than ail other disuses •d. Aliur many tx périment« I huve uiy i.u pnkvk.n r the diseuse restore it alter n*ghgenco, to • re intended ii should bo— the preat noble animal- If the hoof is lu ll diseased, tho animal is coiupara < rtbloM. This Limmeut will surely prevent this worst of all diseasos.Contraction, Corns Quarter Crack«, Contraction ol the Hack Sinew, generally called Knee Spiung, Ac., and restore those that havo been pled by tho want of such a remedy. Gé"j ry ir. and it will never fail ifpruperiy inattontiou combi lound tho tr of the hoof, what support oj the tl tmed livn'y ip -. plied, via : Bathe tho horse's loot once a week, cr ofteuer if neceiHury ,nt the bed und frog.and •»round the hoof close to the hair._ M. 0. BOYER. Norriätown, Fa. Mu M. C. Bovrb— Dear Sir; This is to certify that I have used your Liniment in my «table tor thro« months post, on more than bur.drod norson, and find it ike best pre paration I hare ever used on horses. It is far hctttr than you recommend it. tend me five cises at once, by express, U U. V. HARRY HAMILTON. No. 132 West 31 -1 street, New York Citv, LEWIS LADOMUS & Co, Diamond Doaleia and Jewelers, Watches, Jowolrv huJ Silver I Ware. Watches and Jewelry Repaired fj ISOS Chritlmil Ml., Philadelphia. Don linen tal Hotel. block (S WATCHES. DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE In great variety at exceedingly low pricon «took ot watches is very large, ombrac les and kinds. Engagement and Wedding Rings of solid IH karat gold WATCHES REPAIRED and WARRANTED Wilmington an t vicinity roHpectfullv invited to call. 'Jiuav 30-lyw f • tl Ut V Citizen« HOJ \. nüAKII, S05 SOI ArcTi Ni , PHIIaatelfilila. ifacturer ol I ...rter. M and Daalor iu //W ™f F, NE GOLD AND SILVER Iv A WATCH MIH, did GOLD CHAINS. GOLD SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES. Also, a large assortment ol Fine Gobi Jewelry and Silverware. Karet Wedding Rings. Wholesale aud Retail. N.B.—The above article« ate for hoi id av aud Bridal Present*. nov28-wly fk* Eight must appropri Tho great discovery of the Paoifio Coast TIIK CELEBRATED Trade and H. H. H. Bale Mark. UOICSU MEDICI HE, l>. IV T. ltttf*. This medicine is without dispute one of tho greatest extornal pteparations in tho worlufor man or beast. It is igaininK a great er reputation in a shorter time thac any other remedy ever has. by. performing such euros as bas never been performed betoro in Blood und Bone Spavin, and all external Dis eases of the Horse, and Is a certain cure for Chronic Kbouunittsm, Diplheria und Sore Throat of all descriptions in persons. No family should he without it ns a household medicine to apply to,aud all horsemen should have it in their barns or stables, as one ot the best horse medicines now in use. Neo cirou pauiphlet for full particulars. For sulo by druggists generally. Manufactured by FRANCIS Al KLDK1DGE. No.92<) North Front stroet. Philadelphia, janl9-wl y a a lar rriAX PAYKRB, TAKE NOTICE< CITY AND SCHOOL TAXBS FOR 1S74, Th® undersigned Receivers of Taxi ORy of Wilmingtun, will be at the 0 on and alter the first day of July, 1874. be tween ibe lioura of 8 and 12 in the morning, and from 2 to 6 in tbe afternoon.for tbe i>ur l) 08 e of reoeivioK T per cent, ia made ou all Taxes paid in July; all paid in August and up to the dosing of the poll« of the city election, the face of the bill must be paid; aud after that date five per cent, will he added to ihe bill. ALKXANDBR CHANDLER. WILLIAM BTILLGY, Receivers of Taxes. or for the )itv Hall, . A deduction of five jy2-2m NE II A It VEE T1HEMENTS. POSTPONEMENT I FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT IX Al F TUI rURLIIJ LIBRiRY 0F4KV. DAY FIXED. AND A A M I L IHUUI VL ISSI KED LAST CHANCE AN EASY FORTUNE: A Postponement t f the Fifth Concert of the Publia Library or Kentucky has been so gon* orally anticipated, ami is so manifeidly for the interest cf all concerned, that it must meet tho approval of all. The day id now absolutely Used and there will bo i;o varia tion from the programme now announced. A uaflioiont number of tiokota bad been sod to have enabled us to have had a large drawing zz the Hist duly, but a short postp »nontent was copsinero J preferable to n partial draw ing. but it be borne in mind thaï Tlie Til III twill io imp i*l is the last wiiicu will ever be GIVEN UNDER Tills CHART Elt AND BY THE PRESENT MANAGEMENT. 'Hut it will iMsitively nr.d take place a.* announced quivùoally On Monday,noth November, rill ho tho host tho oount'y that thu music w a Herd* and that 90.000 CASH GIFTS. liUKHOtNNO $2,500,000! on« tho ticket will no distributed I y lot holden*. LIST OF GIFTS: f2. r A0hl , mo,coo , 75.000 50.000 25.000 100,000 ONE (iRANDCA.Sll(HI T. ONE (IRANDCASH <HKT. ONE GRAND CASK tllFT. ONE ORAN D OASil GIFT. ONKGKANDCA.SII ULKT . 5 CASH G IFTS * 20,000 each io CASH GIFTS 14.000 each. 140,000 15 CASH 01 E l'S lo.OOQ oaoh. 2d CASH G I FTS 6,(DO each. 25 CASH GUTS 4.0011 «ach . :wCASH GIFl'S 3,tWOeach .:. 50 CASH G 1 FTS 2.» MM) each. 100 CASH GIFTS 1,000 each. 210 CAS Mil FTS 50.» each. 500 CASH G t F I'M ; loo each. 19.000 CASH GIFTS .'•() each. Grand Total 20.000 Gifts, all cash.. PKICK OF TICKET» w HO UK TICKETS. HALVES.;. TENTHS, or each Coupon. 11 WHOLE TICKETS lor. 22 \ 'i TICKETS for... Persons wishing to iuvu«i shorn promptly, either cf the hum« r. filed or o.il Ageuifl. Liberal cominisiiou« wiil bo allowed to flat* isfictory agents. Circulars containing full particulars iur niihed on application. THO S3, li. BRAMkETTE, Agent mut Mnnug^i'« Public Library liuihHntr. Louisville. Ky-. or 150.000 ]00,000 1 uO.OOO 90,000 100.000 100,000 120,(MM) 50 (MM) 950,080 uUO.U(X) $ (OH) 250, ft to . 500 oo ..1,001) V0 d order 1, Co ,v u,tern Agonie, ay, No Tho«, II. Haye« - GO 1 .) It road 1 lurk. PEACHES! T. N. SNOW & CO. 1 Commission Merohunts and Dealti kindH of all COUNTRY PRODUCE. Aw'Faititular attention to tho «ale PEACHES, and Quick Rrtubnb. 1 uierrlul Street, ICo.ton, 01 m««, 1 1) Cum B urden LEGE. lui and heautilul location. Ono of tho carefully-conducted and be«t-«ustained insti tution« in the State. For term«, etc., add Rev. Juins II. BKaKELEY, Fb. D. TOWN (N. J ) FEMALE COL Thorough instruction. Health Ht $ 5.420 per day at home. Terms Iren. Ad dress Geo. Cstinson A Co., I'orCaud Maine. A llVI.imSF.ltH Rowell & Co., 41 their tiiphlu papa Pamphlet, sb advertising. •I 2'< oln. to Gp.o. P. I'urk Row, N.Y., lor ing cost of Augll-2tbwliu A MEDICINE CHEST IN MINIATURE. Mi.'Idol's Herb Biitors is not a beverage; but a strictly modicininl preparation, more thoroughly adapted to the wants of the gene rul public ihun any oilier in thu like all other so-ealled Kemedies.itis prepared • 1er tho direct personal supervision of an linent Physician. ,S. B. llurtmun, M. 1).. tho senior proprietor is a regular graduate of tho Jellersou Medical College of Pniludelphia and a practicing physician of largo experi ence und extensive practice, la such hands the public may rest assured that Midders Herb Bitters is compounded in strict accord ée with correct Pharmaceutical principles, and thatnonebutthechoi-icdtingredientsont( r into its composition Its immense sale alone is conclusive proof that it possesses merit of a high order. Mer chants, bankers, clergymen, lawyers, clerks und others enguged in sedentary occupations, perienco its wonderful otfoct9 in relieving the depression causod by severo mental iu* bor; while the mechanic, farmer and laborer, lind their bodily vigor restored like mngio by •kct. II its At this seiiRon of the y DtA krikka.Ckaiitu.Colics and kindred disorders, caused by eating unripe fruits, imprudent in dulgence in cold tlrinks. et<'„ are prevalent, a certain, speedy und offcotuul remedy will be found in Mishler's Herb Bitters. The depressing feeling of Languor or Debili ty, incident to tho "heated term," is at once removed, the energies l ostorod, and new life d vigor impnrted to tho prostrated system, by its u«o. In Dyspephia, Liver Complaint and Af fections , who thk Kidnkvh it invariably work« like a charm. It is not u drastic purgo heady stimulant, violent iu its oporatc ns: but it is simply u natural remedy, thoroughly adapted to aanist nuturo- It supplie« tune to the stomach, rcinvigorutc« the digest! vu or gana. stimulates tho «ooretionsland promoting a regular action of the bowel«, enables organ of tho body to perform its allotted regularly and without inéerruption. It is tho unerring certainty of desired re sults attendant on its use, coupled with the fact that it is prepared by u physician of emi nepco in his profession, that has rendered Mishcr's Herb Bittern unpopular,and as fami liar as a household worn.— Thousands of Motiiriib all over the land havo found it to bo the safest and best remedy for use in their families; they not only give it with i»©rfoct «uiety to even the youngest child, but when usedw'th caution find it tho «ulest moans of qusuriug their own health and freedom from y uoliCH and pains incident to their Perfectly harmless, it is just tho remody needed by them to enable Naturo to perform her functions notn^ally. repularlp and wirfiout convenience. No Lady should rb without Hsbo would possoss the cl ear, bloom ing curn plexion and cheerful spirits inseparable from sound health. It is sold by all Druggists and General Dealers; is neatly put up in square Glas« Bottle«, enclosed in :i yellow wrnppor. It is not sold on Draught, being etrictly a me dicinal preparation, and as such 1« endorsed by many ol the most eminent physioianaofthe country, aug^eodim,2d^jdp. £ the Poor Morn Pomeroy. IMPPBBSilVS tfUNKBAL SERVICES—A BAP TISM AND A FUN&CaL IN THE SAME ILOUIt — AN OUTSPOKEN SER MON—INDIGNATION MEET INO CALLED. From tho New York Herald, of Friday. The scones witnessed yeaterduy at the residence ol Air. James Hmith Miller, where lay all Hint was mortal of Mary E. Pom eroy, will not be torgotlea within the life time o( these whose unpleasant lotit w such Jersey City lor mun y yea». Mou ol high bland mg in the community, who were not acquainted with the deceased or with the family with whom she resided, wero there, not from curiosity but to record a protest against THE DIABOLICAL VILLAINY that Bent her into un carl y grave. The hour for the services was llxed ut 2 o'clock, but from uoou the house was crowded. Members of respectable familier* were packed in the house or scattered through the lawn. Amoug those present Were cx-Mayor Saw yer and lady, Charles L. Northrup, Alder man Tolley, George J\ Howell, an .elder of UlendBiimug's church : Willi; ley, Albert MeU, il. A. Heller Bedell, Clinton W. Ci Kimberley, (Gorge E. Kind all, Claries W. Fervid!, 8, 11. Dcinotle, John Allen and Gilbert E. Dudley, Ex-Mayor Sawyer re marked, expressively "1 determined I should come here at all hazards. As a in: of family 1 want to show my upprecSatibu to witness them, has not bom Witui ssud i i'bc iuucrul E. l)ud J oil It II. :ar, E l ward L. of TUE STKHI.1N0 CHABACi of that young woman. She visited bohio of our boat familiiB, and Iront what 1 know ot her 1 say positively it ever there was a pure, virtuous girl till she came across Ulenden mug ehe uatious ns to her character h; tiou, why did ho allow her to occupy the santu try of God as organist up to thu very Munduy beloru hiw arrest ? Why I ho very supposition in ustouudiiig. position he assume» he in guilty." Dr. Burc'ett called iu the early morning at the house of mourning, and found Mrs. Miller sull'eriug fr II UltilldblilllntL'i, liiHm uuy louuilu Whichever acute attuck of UcrvoUBUess. ileadmiuiutcred not medicine but »sine wholesome udviau and consolation. Une remark is worth quotiug:—"You ought, alter all, to fuel happy, Mrs. Miller, that God lias taken her to Ilimsclt ; for had she have lived »he would lie lu the Luuntic Asy lum." line BOOM OF DEATH, was the front parlor. The remains were cased in a handsome rosewood casket, mounted wilh silver. The ex pression otlhe deceased was wonderfully calm; she Did, to mortal «yc», m perfect repose. Even in death the Icatui ed the impression that aim must have worn a sweet expression in life. The body was dressed iu black tarlelau strewed profusely from thu neck to the waist with lubei oses an I lillies. There were four exquisite wreaths the lid of the casket wiought iuto the shape of a crosq shield. Some of these were tributes from families in tho neighborhood. Tho rush was so great to view the rim; the staircases und apartments of thu house were tilled, und the heat was ex cessive. At twenjy minutes to 3 o'clock, Rev. Mr. TuuDon, of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church, arrived, it was desired to have a clergyman of the Presbyterian de nomination, but uone could be round. 1 Io proceeded up stairs, and bis first office was to baptise the little ouo whose mother lay old in death. The child wai named Ellen 8 tuait Glendenning, aud Mr. and Mrs. Mil ler wero the sponsors, it was a trying spectacle when the minister invoked a bless Ing ou the guardians of ths child, and called them to love, cborish, aud protect it. The poor little oue is three weeks and two days old, but ol such small proportions aud sickly appearaucu that it is hard ly prob iblc it will long survive its mother. TIIK SBUMON. regular, d couvoy , a heart, aud u tu The iniuiHter, taking it posdiou iu the hall way, at tho loot, ot the staircase, read the service commencing with "Man that is born of woman," etc., uud then proceeded to de liver hia Address follows:—"Something more than a quarter ot century I havo min gled as a minister with Christian people. I have Buried fathers aud mothers, daughters. I havo been called upou to con sign to the silence ot the tomb those had been called away lu a moment Hut the moat painful duty 1 have been called upon Christian pastor to ptrh this hour. It is not only puiuful hut deli not willing tu ray a won and bo 1 real i/o cute. would reflect unjustly on uuy hum* I that beintf, yet I MUST SPEAK BOLDLY. those eeutiments which will promote your morals and secure your welfare. 1 have prayed to God earnestly aud anxiously this morning that Ho may guide inethrougu this painful ordeal. Tho sad event that culled leichcs the imp >r: evil In all Its lor a great lire. Hear with heio to-day •o of guurdiug against . A little mutter kindles it 1 speak of the experience of our depurtod friend. Oue single mistake broke a heart that was lull ol joy aud destroyed a life. Oue single mistake the part of her seducer made him A UURDKRKR. I stand hero to repeat !t, and am ready answer for It at the bar of man. I am a father, and 1 «peak to fathers and mothers. 1 would rather soe the mangled and lifeless remains of my daughter, stricken dowu by the baud of the mid night assassin, brought to my door, than to see her robbed of her honor and her virtuo. if a man who robs another of life deserves death on the scaffold, the mau that robs a woman of what is dearer to her than life to DESERVES A THOUSAND DEATHS or the scaffold. Oh, young men anil young women who hear me, pauaa be foro you tuako ono step toward the nar row way. A great shadow has been cast upon tliio household. Poor Mary I'omo roy, when she fell, realized that all tho beauties had departed out of this life. What a learful mass of human beluga, who have made n similar false step, have robbed themselves, and sometimes their Innocent oues of lire 1 Poor Mary Pom eroy I She rai-ed her soul to God and prepared herself to pass loa world where she hoped there would bo no suffering. "1 have made up my mind," said she, "that 1 must make a great effort if I will be saved. When I had fallen 1 felt that 1 was estranged from God and that I must make a great effort to be restor ed to Hia friendship, 1 would like to live longer, but 1 inuat go. I am eon tent." Oh, It Is well for poor Mary Pomeroy that God has taken her world or woe to a world of gladuesst During the delivery of this sermon from a tho speaker was interrupted by out bursts or griet from the ladies present. The remains were conveyed to Bergen Cem etery, where the tenement of a crushed and broken spirit was consigned to its kindred earlli, there to await tho final resurrection. ClLKNDENNING DEFIANT. I It may seem incrediblo to many, but such Ih the fact, thar Glendenning ap peared on the streets yesterday morning regardless of the gaze of all observers. Ilo was accompanied by Mr. Ho well,one of the elders of his church. AN INDIGNATION MEETING, immediately after the funeral a meet ing was held, and the following call was issued —A ineetiog of ilia citizens of Jer sey City Heights will be held at McPher son's Hall, on Saturday evening, August 22, at 8 o'clock, to give expression to their feelings in regrd io the outrage perpetrated on the comoiuniiy by the Rev. Joliu S Glendenning. THEODORE'S LOVE LETTERS. An Important Nupplnnent to the Portion Published, By tho sale of hia wife's "love letters," Mr. Tilton seems to have done more to make his name stink in the nostrils of de cent people throughout tho country than by all his other ill smelling actions put to gether. A man may be both a knave and a liar without being altogether be yond hope of redemption, but it appears to be conceded that when to these char acters are added tho disposition to make merchandise out of tlie confidence given by tho cradle and in the bridal chamber. ~~ Mr. Tilton has done, there is no more to be looked for than from a carrion heap. TTie journalists of the cotry have certain tainly taken this view of the matter and, while expressing in very unambiguous language their opinion of "the thing" who made the sale, have also amused their readers by publishing burlesques of the ecstatic productions sold by The odore. Of the burlesques made the fol lowing from tho St. Louis Republican are among the best : THF. LETTERS. My Own Beloved: Am sitting in tho back kitching amid the dash and clatter of the gravy pans, but within my inmost HOiil all is peace. Would my ber-loved that my picture might ever hang in such a frame of mind as this. Over and over have I devoured your last letter in which you speak of me—poor me, in such tones of gushing tenderness; do you remember them ? "You are my own liunkidory darling." "1 am as weary as a crab with one claw without you." "As the cucumber vino clings to the sea-girt rock so my affection sticks to you, my sa-weet Mary A." T says to myself, says 1, can it be that f am wort hy of this supernal effervescing of love, and says, says I, no ! May the gentle palm leaf bring cooling fervor to my beloved's classic brow this night, and peace like a river flow down his pillowed cheeks. Mary Ann Darling Peck y : Far be it from me to harrow your feelings with the fine tooth of remonstrance; but when I have been waiting and longing for soul feeding letters, and then to find but $10 inclosed, what earth do you expect the sausage man and * *; but, withal 1 adore thee, thou sweet scented harbin ger of my domestic oasis ! When I reflect the nitro glycerineousnoss of your character, and the pinacle of grand prehensiveness to which you have attain ed by the favoring gales »if personal dis tinguishment, I feel so proud of you that I could * * * none—none—none * * Our innocent is snoring sweetly, with tip tilted no3e and with ope'd mouth, like hia father. of your I to way ? How on me to pay Molly. Sweetly and low, gentle and alow. Snore my For papa will «noro. and pupa will When he comes back to thee. I. X. Mv Idol: * * # Do you think fta sin for me to ride so triumphantly like a cherubub on a cloud ? How can I help it? The candescent strife which swells in uiy bosom when I think of my absent one, so expands me with uncontrollable enthusi asm that hooks and eyes thing of aii—hoop la, t hey fly ! Uhl Mr«. Banders is very »ick with vary» loid, and it is a chance if she is not scooped e; but oh, Isaac: to return; when exchanged checks at the and that beloved ever, how litt lu did wo know what was stored mot her-in baby to îem but us u .«I this ti antal font, mad«) us twain lor \ Y up lor law says that since you have been gone sbe has U that external peace of mind .* but those who hn iulcr to which rectitude of conscientio appreciate. Y to learn that she la happy. * # * Iu my dreams I kiss y Tuples e; ir ill, 1 know, h ecfttacy for your mother, ami * *. Bye-hyo, goosel goose Maby Ann. ever lum. Beloved : this evoning. He only stayed a few hour«, and I a full of cnteloplic enthusiasm, his hone ideal of a spirituous II« says i man—and he wept hkw a watering rt iu ; think ihut you seemed at times to east a glimmering eye upou him. Why is it, says he, Mary Ann? Says J, and 1 loaned him another handkerchief * how I do love you two men. lie talked sweetly; he said : "It does seem that in this plcuiludiuuiy world we ought to tote each other's burdens so far ai to mollify the ills we know not of, instead of Hying to those we have. ' What do y< my darling popsy-wopsy ? * I think of you. hubby, and my baby, that 1 would rather have y iu the Louisville lottery, l' ni * * Oh! Isaac, » ol to think of it, * * Winn 1 foci than a ticket forever, Mary Ann. * * uud You Old 1* sat to-day daruiug the dear old accustomed heel ol your darliug socks, tears bcsliowcd mine eyes. Why, oh, why, says 1, should tho threads of destiny nsuudcr from me uiy devoted 1 X , who Wears such a white aud holy sole ? * * * I have been reading poetry to day, and have found infiiiilDsitnal comfort. *'lIow doth tho littlo busy B. Improve euch shining hour." here again this «veiling aud rocked little Isaac to sleep. Ho talked beautifully a^ain. He said that my pinch ing was like the rising Miushiiiu which streaks the brow of Sarah Nevada in thu mountains. I ruthlessly tear Mi. B. * * # Hie landlord was here again to day, but yet wheu 1 ait in tho ball and draw inspiration from gazing upon the rack where you sooft have bung your weary lint, i feel that sublimary cares fouiitainory troth compared with the day When but sods On my Peck. my arms around his neek. again I'll And Ih And whisper gently in bis car. Oh. ain't i joli v glad you're here I Mary Ann. its Letter from Mr. S. Twtrnnemt. For the Delaware Gazette. Townsend, August 21. 1874. Mr. Editor :—In your paper of the 13th instant, J believe, there was a proposi tion from Dr. Worrell, of Delaware city, tiiat tlie Chairman of the County Exee utive Committee call the Delegates that was appointed by this county to the St ate Convention together, to try to agree on one candidate for Governor from this county. Hearing this proposed calling the State Delegates together by a County Committee rumored about for some time, and with the unheard of meeting of said Executive Committe twice, once at Wil mington and once at M iddletow n, before the meeting of tho State Convention, naturally made men who have had expe rience in politics suspicious. Therefore, as soon as Dr. Worrell made the proposi tion in the papers 1 opposed it and also stated that 1 supposed some other part of the county was more to blame for the movement than lied Lion hundred ; and as Dr. Worrell denies being in the interests of those who were intriguing for that call, I accept his denial, but put this question to him, as we are both old politicians and have met often : Do you, Dr. Worrell, suppose any County Com mittee can override State Delegates or dictate any course of action to them? Is not the power of a State Delegate over and above any County Committee? As well might a County Levy Court dic tate to a State Legislature; one is of county power and tho other of State power. And now 1 ask you, Dr. Worrell, if it is fair or right for Delegates that were appointed to the State Convention to meet either in this county in caucus, or at a county caucus .at Dover, and de termine which of our candidates for the Governorship fr presented t These candidates for the Governorship from this county have either brought themselves out or their friends have brought them out, and delegates from no county have any power to say particular name shall be presented t. the State Convention. These men candidates for Governor, and there i power except the State Conventio bled to decide w ho shall lie the candidate. Therefore, no county office expectant tricksters have a right by either a caucus this county or at Dover to kill oil' any candidate who will not pledge himself to appoint or reappoint them to office, and, Dr. Worrell,it you have unthought - edly blundered into these office aspirants' interests, I accept your denial. All that a caucus of the Delegates from this coun ty can do is to agree, if they see proper, on this county's members of the State Committee ; but I am opposed to making it a slaughter house for Mew Castle coun ty candidates for Governor, in fact no State Delegate can assume a county ca pacity for any such purpose. Now, Dr. Worrell, the would-be delegate, as you call me, claims to have, a:: well as all oth er delegates from North Appoquiniminl. hundred, a unanimous vote by a ballot of 87 votes each, which was several times more than your whole hundred had at your meeting, and from the published proceedings of Red Lion hundred I find that they dared not ballot, w hich is the essence of pure Democracy; that Mr. so ami so, Esq., to to to this county shall be the State Convention? a m > assem _ red tirât Mr. so and ao, Esq., be appointed a delegate; and in that way there wiu got enough Mr. ho and so, E-sqs., for »State and County Del egates. And further, Dr. Worrell, you call mine a disorganized brain. " People who, live in glas.-; houses should not throw atones." Of this, Dr. Worrell, i Jure you that my disorganized brain never ted to my arrest for treason against my country or its flay. Samuel 'Townsend. is i.iiliatli A «y I pondent writes from »»ora A iu into, Cal., the following descripti< ot wiihI. fie » ii a recent viwit to the Hlatfl Lunatic Asylum. He says: A dig ger Indian walked back and lorwaid , »Menrbina his fiats-, had y cor making mod hideous grt casiouly t king birth i ne«» < ry A quint nun xai.l "Toll tho polio I e hortj aiior • 1 ot , I go. Her« ildlrt 1140*1 Moxo: ill an - steal the Uoinuii Catholic di Herviee lor tho doitd, and ther« -V ttn^ u )t urn (Hi msu hie (.ten iti(liin«<l III UIJgHi .«I m ii toil that I un Icing poiso «il by tliu doctors." A young man vva-t lying tho ctnl-phi) his, orymg hn lli.tugli IiIm iiimrt w-i-, breaking, anil walking by Inin was h I. « > never ceusml imiik til« grourul to negr voko puts s on Homo nnkno ti perm Ng«N. A l'«w w«r« gd'lroroil in groups, Lui t'ioy t ilkeil bat li t e. One was look tinr tUroiigli a knot tiom In the gate out in to too world; day al'iur day ti« gon the aud ronial tin roaeilioN the wird there until he lias to ic Hpoaking. hI one wlio doe mm to Uis loin ways look I ug for not come. Ou the right. Imnd I whoso appearance gives not ovtdonco of insanity iiskh tho visitor .1 he is Sue rotes, ami on tho loll a tall man yollH, am the living God; this world is mine, and utterly." ground, untornienied by his associait a negro preaches at tho top to an Htioniiv he least ; ill destroy it A Ghmatiiiiti lies on ih« bis voie« d among nttendsiits hid (hern all 1mlI a do/, continually moving, quieting <me man. ami uow leading another to his room. It is difficulty to realize ttmt all here are insane, and harder still to comprehend bow, dodi tute ol their masoning faculties, all ot them wilh some taise ot exaggerated idea , they can associate» with one other without danger. Yet this is but one of the several closures ill which liio maniacs assent Die together daily. It is a curious fact that not only is It common to find pt lieuisiu such an institution wIioh » ware of the uusoundnesH of the ol those about them, and treat them with a proper tenderness and e.mipar sion, but there are many who will c cede that they themselves to delusions, and do not murmur at. their confinement here; while them still others wno defend the sound ness of Homo preposterous thooi ies.aud admitting they are not l with the opinions ol the world, tain that it is unjust to class them iw lunatics for believing thorn. A merchant of Boston is iufurination from Ban (Francisco that d iug the present season at least seven h drod ships, ol about 12 X) tons burtlc will bj required to carry grain to Europe, but that uol more thau five huudred aud fifty vessels can yet be reckoned upon lor thv purpose. -I ith inti < liject. word ported to have rich,