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DAILY GAZETTE.
lar
the
the
no
ly
the
the
go,
as
dal
of
tho
Editor and FbuI'Uiktov.
C. i\ Johnson,
Thk Daily Garkttk is published every ut
tsrnoon, (Sunday excepted) nt 4P» Market St.
a'id set ved by carriers to subscribers i
pirtsof tho city ami surrounding iowr
villages, for six cents a week, payable weekly.
Yearly subscribers, <3 in advance.
THK ONLY DEMOCRATIC DAILY IN TUE STATE.
ail
nd
The Delawarm Gazette. established 1784.
is the largest and most, flourishing weekly in
id has a larger circulation than
the Peninsula. Published every
advance.
tho State,
oth
Friday
WlLMINU l OV. OKI... Aug. lbTI.
ning, at 22 a ye
Oamocratic Srato Convention.
The Democrat ic voters throughout the
State are hereby notified to meet in their
respective hundreds of each county—due
notice thereof being given—for the pur
pose of electing fifty-five delegates from
each county to attend a State Conven
tion, to be held at IMiVKRon THURS
DAY.the 27th day of AUGUST, 1874. at
* o'clock, p. in., for the purpose of no
minating candidates for the offices of
Uovernorand Representative inCongress,
and to take such other action ill relation
to the approaching eauvt
deemed advisable.
By order of the State Executive <
mitee.
shall he
JOHN P. COU1IKAN, Chairman.
Augunt 5th, 1874.
of
the
lie
on
N.
by
bis
000
The lirook/f/n SetnufttL
Moulton's long looked fov statement in
the Bccchcr-Tilton cast* hau at last made
It occupies over twenty
it I appearance.
columns of small type in tlu* large city
compiled chictly of letters
dailies.
from the parties interested, and its ap
jiearance created a greater sensation in
Brooklyn than all the other
previous
publications of the great scandal.
This stab
•St is w
shake the faith of the
ell calculated to
»st, ardent ad
mirer of the great pulpit orator. It
v i 11
l.e very surprising if, after all. Ply
Church is not broke
.nth
Up before the c;ise
is concluded, if it n
carried into the
•ourts for final adjudication.
Moulton's
character has bc«n strongly itssailcd.
But then it iniist bo re
•lnbcrcd that
Beecher has »
p as one of the best of
in a letter to him :
* Many, many friends has God raised
has He
ity and the wis
everal oec
him
toil.—
«ays ,.f lii
Up to me, but t
ever given tho r.ppcrt
one of tin*
And agai
Beecher exclaiuif :
riling t«> Mrs. Tilton,
God sent. I»» in«*
v» -l above all tho
illirnr
Mi*. Moulton ha pr,
friunda that ever ! bad, abb* and
t*» hulp n
my life."
or
Mrs. Tilton, too, addins.
■ *.; bit
as "My
or
Nevertheless, Beeelior i
"llu*r men perhaps better than himself
who have
refer to
•'.V
been basely betrayed by
friends in
who
they had repo wl the
utmost eontid. m e.
" Messrs. \V
. M.
anby. Bieliardsoi
and Adams voted
it It th
l»emis.*rats in
. il O
I i
si lay ev
util
»nier l.y their opponent s,
. into ii
and then tin
•t.-d i
favor of the res
hen pul upon its final
t ions to t In- ordi
tending to
U-OSK th«i \V; t. r Com
luctioii of thnir plans.
1
rippl.* and .
b;
itt.*c in tin- I
111.
•fforts, In.
T, proved a failure.
(.'hmiivle.
The Chro
»»>/.- inti..
of tin* Ring.
»ted into bei
ig by the aid of
of
II»' very K»nll.'U».»
it now een
tir.-H for making au effort to .-msti
.1
in u
• "Ut i
i'ork
• ivquinng
«•» I'» I?iv»n ..ut lu »untruct.
mn
b to the "Ring" han
!f°t to go under -, and those gent lemon
a well as
hero i.*> following tho
, and
know this fact
vo do. Th
so It pm-mot i
Wushingt«
tnu-t haw
•noy t<. sustain it ; corrupt
Ivor; dir*
-» it (lid th. -IV. or bo beaten
by
« ■■PI,on. nt
.Mr. \Y
vith
course m
t as he has done in his
im «*lf as an indo
t h.* Seront h Ward,
proof that ho regarda the
drawing from
•aid, and otb.rim* h
pendent eani
is ill itself a
didati*
iv <»rt h y t«. be
tm;:tf*d.
If tin*
pi"|,.ity Iml.l.r
.J tin-; .-ity
. |my t.n»B will
.!».,.• , l.ief aim
I." have t.
- t*. I».* t" .'ii st ai I
it ;.*lt by
lii»li I» kt'»p a hmilo
"* uroiiHs at lb» *• vlu'tis.' i.f the city.
•\«.* t., U,.
• : « • I « * t" f«*.*l t h«* •"oii
im*iu-.-: «.f t h. ii* votes.
1 MS« »BACK pri
»n Sunday afternoon
iinber « »I our Board «*f |Kdncaiion,
an, believed to lx*
If®» VV: »s reen diiviu^ up Market street
last,
company will
in
•» Dipped
both in a beastly
'tute ot intoxicat
1
their company
idcntly udiamcd
us she held her
lap and wept bitterly,
itnessed l.y bundicdsol
ii the street at
nies« the persona alluded lo
of decency, they
•d t »show their faces.—
little »iri, who
of the company sho w;
»«-ad iu th«;
1 he spectacle
people who happened to be o
ilia time, und
* lost to
should be uzh
ii *
Thero must be Rome i
We certainly d
ihlako about the
above.
ot believe the
muld permit itsell to
be disgraced by allowing a tuau to hold a
Board ot Education
seat therein who is so utterly debauched.
Mosby, th«; ox-tf nor ilia, who has h-.-n
Lout, Washington in the
as.|ui'i';uliru.'
character of a w«»uhl-bi* (Im-list, has b
•n
;t«*«l at th«*
*st of thi* Virginia
; to punish him
lint? of a rhallontfi! in that
roqi
I.i-.»|
tor the i
Mosby is
Statt*.
.1 has l
»r two past, a
it a
at Hates and Private Dalzell, or as
s«*«l to Ik*. If Mr.
Mosby «*iin I»»* «|ui«*t,!y and effoetivolv dis
lof for a few months the
y<
eortre Francis trai
i " 1
»nblh; ordtu* will bo t ho jraincr.- /
d'h«* Press had cortainly f«»iy«»tton.
wh«*n it |»rodiu-«-d tin* ab«»v«;, that Mosby
was on« of tin; chief operators on
President Grant relied in all his intrigues
in the elections in Virginia, and is
one of the President's political friends.
SA LE.— Tne Hope Building and Loan
offering »bares, in
fiect'y.
apr4 eod N. E. Cor. Qf Jrd.and Market Sts.
CjlUK
i: Association, i
the 41b
ie«. Apply to
JNU. F. MILLER
DrfemhtHti.
He rr ren,l
31,re
No doubt the story of poor Mary Pom
eroy will be forgotten by the public* be
fore the Beecher scandal shall have
ceased to be a theme of animated popu
lar discussion. And yet hers Is the itore
sorrowful case; and if she told a true
tale on her deathbed it is not likely that
the Bov. tttendeuninK will receive much
sympathy and support even from his
own congregation. Perhaps, uow that
the victim is in her grave, thero will be
no necassity for the accused minister to
publish bls''statenient." The voice that
accused him s hushed for ever; and the
complainant in the eases of breach of
promise and seduction having passed
away from the jurisdiction of auy earth
ly tribunal, the défendent stands releived
from the ordeal of judicial investigation.
And yet, the public, or at least those of
the public who value the santity of re
ligion and the fair famo of its professor,
have an interest in knowing the truth
about these charges against preachers ot
the gospel. Every day uow seems to
bring forth its accusations against some
reverend gentleman, the last being the
most horrible, for it is no less than a
charge of incest against a minister ol
Jamestown In New York Stale* Chica
go, too,thretens to engender, out of facts
as yet vailed from public view* a scan
dal more intensely sensational than that
of Brook lyu. Bet us hope to be spared
tho infliction, ami that ibis ep demic of
sacerdotal immorality may soon subside
Sun York Nem.
Bigamy and Incest.— Com ly Ii. Jonen
of Clftyinout, Delaware county, was before
Alderman Hacey in Philadelphia on Sat
urday charged with bigamy. He had a
hearing (.n the l'2Hi instant, when K. K.
Hannuiu Jr , teslilied that
1872 JontH married his sinter Susaunah
Hanmim, The marriage cerlilic&lo Iirh
been stolen,tut a Rev. Mr. Cole \ er formed
the ceremony, and Jones and his si.tter
lived togelhcr as man and wife without dis
pute, and his sister bore Jones a child,
lie had left his father-in-law's house, and
on November 2Ö, 1873, be married Lizzie
N. Pox, also of Delaware county. These
facts where further testified to by many
wittiCHses, among them the father of the
first wife, K. C. 11 annum, Sr , as well as
by a number of witnesses who knew Jones
both previous to his marriage and during
bis re-»idence at bis father-in-law's hoti$e.
With regard to the second marriage tbe
certificate was produced, signed l.y, and
with the seal of Alderman Donaldson, cer
tifying that he had married Joues to Fox,
Mr. J. L. Kodgers/.cstified that Jones had
confessed to him lii9 marriage with bis
daughter. The defendant was held in f>d,
000 bail for trial.
January I
-The
c'akhakikm in Pennsylvania.
New York Herald thinks that the*
licun convention at iliurisburg lit
riwered the question whether UmsariHui
Inns taken deep root in Pennsylvania in a
derstoi »d. They t hey
not to I
ot have CiuHur- they prefer any otli
or man tin
m:'»*k t he extent, of t Iu*
nominal«* for our next 1
Gt*n«.*ntl
iraiit, :
l ;ns 1.
they
»P posit ii »
•sid.nt Gov«*rn
or liartranft.
While an Austrian bark was being
rowed to tho Canton elevator nt Bal/i
morv, yesterday, she fell over on
side and her masts crushed through the
wheel house of the tug. The mate ami >
fireman of the tug jumped oveiboard
and the fireman, August Flaggett. aged
21. was drowned.
Allscl.let In lire Air.
We cunnot analyze the a*rial poi.e.i
produce epidemic and endemic disea.*
the valuable discoverie* which hav
made in vegetuhlo pharmacy enabl.
counteract their inalitic influence. Tim
powerful known antidote to every specioi ct
malari
botanical medici
tisenticH, tonics, alterativ
lie vegetable kingdo
ettectivi ly combined. At seas
1
but
been
is Hostetler's Stomach Bitters,a P
in which the finest :
d stimulants
skillfully
f the year
the atmosphere is surcharged with
whenever tho sue
s diseaaeis* supposed t
d
of
wh
rifle Vi
.1
be pr. Fent
•«.-live should be
protective. All who
«• this precaution may bidde
any infer
tho air. 11» n la
taken régulai ly
and remittent fevers,
dors generated by foul
lia
intent
intci
Il dis
uugK»l«*2T
halations
»P»
EXCLUSIONS.
DXOUDSIO per
TO
WASHINGTON-, D. C.
•piIRST GRAND EXCURSION to
War'll*
.Del
ingion. D. C., fro
agement '-f T. Y . Plummer, will Icavo
on, P. t W. A B. K. R. Depot, on
THVRlDAYi SEPTEMBER 10, 1*71,
ut*6 A.M.
Washing to
1er
Wil
D
Returning, le
(.'clock, P. M., giving
Vi ashing*
ton.
„95.00
und trip
FA RE lor the
at No. j»j -2 Market s
I
No. 2 1 Market «
et. E. >.
»'. F. Rudolph
R. Dutler'j. 420 Market tree». \\ 11 Billany's.
G4 Market street. auglTtc
SE lr IK a MA CU 1 S ES.
Kki.f-Thkiuuinu Shutti.k. Easy tu Oi'khatk
THE NEW
AMEIIIOAN
Sewing Machine,
718 MARKET STREET,
J. H. PRIMROSE, Agent.
WILMINGTON. DEL.
je9d*w
GROVER & BAKER'S
" NEW "
Lock Stitch
SEWING MACHINE
?
607 KING STRKBE.
uiay-2
<Clayton Uoase.)
WEED
Sewing Machine,
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
To be hart at tbe Cor Seventh
and French StreetB,
'.Y'lLMItiOTON, DEL.
Biay28 Hoi
The Hew ( aslh t rtuniy
MUTUAL
Insurance Company,
No. 602 Market Street,
INSURKS AUAINST PJIÎE, '
Huusos and all other kinds
of Buildings with their con
tents,
varying from 3 month*
For periods of ti
to a te
MANAOKRS:
William Tatnall. wi
Jamks Krai mild,
John Buyer,
Chas. .v. Holland
Kdw'd Bbinoblrst.
Koward T Meli.au.
Ashton Khharoson
AM CANHY,
Gko Him ah
Sa ml Can by,
clement B. Smith,
James aaidulk,
a I*. Shannon.
, ÜK
M. M. Cleaver.
WIUUaM TATmALL. Pres't.
teblO
H. Haies
SAM'l-SMl'iH Sec'v.
J. C. 1^ imx
1IW MARREl' »TKIf.RT,
WILM INdTON, DEL.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Stoves Ranges, Heaters,
Plain and Fanoy Tin Ware,
House Furnisbius; Goods, Certify,
Metal Roofing and Spouting.
Repairing u
Bp ibfiotorily,
ml Jobbing tlui.e promptly aud
jy2ütf
■3RIVY WELLS CLEANED BY THK
I uDuRLKS.Mchs Excavating Co. Orders
loft with the Secrotury of tbe Board of Health
til further
at the City Hall
bet promptly atteuile<! to
otice). will
(Debt tf
of
ICE UEALERS.
T
WALTON & JAMES,
will
Lave rented the office
No. 2 West Third Street.
ing
tbe
be
Formerly occupied by tho Franklin Tele
graph Co., where they will keep constantly
baud a good supply of tbeir lino
KENNEBEC RIVER ICE,
And will receive orders tor the comiug sum
mer. l'ersons who waul a good clear solid
ICE during the hot summer months would do
well to call and leave their orders with them
early, and they will be guaranteed a supply
through the entire season, apr22tl
Î
Jl
SPIiBN DID
EASTERN ICE
FOB. 10*74=.
»ured every large stock of the
licit ICE cut ou tbe Kenebee River the punt
1 will sell during the summer at tbe
We h:
winter
iullowing pri
....50 cents per week.
5 pound daily......
H dt
12 «I.
do
»
do
80
do
do
1 to
d<
4»» lbs.
>
*
do
1 20
]•> d
do
ill
1 W
do
'7 I
1 su do
er. at the rate ot |1 00 p
do
2 '» d.
ion lbs
id
Although the above price* are uh low ub
( uod Eastern Im can be hold iu this market
do not intend to bo uudereotd
and after
profit
nnideration.
ices to tuke effect
AI ».d o . April lit.
ed
»USE Y «f RICE,
und Poplar. 1210
»»ffikcs- 4<»»i Shipley, 4th
Walnut StH.
Ttf
-1874 DSTERN ICE. 1874
Having »«cured a large quantify ot
GOOD SOLID ICE.
; Cut on tbo Kenebee Itiv
16
aud running trom
w jI1 sell it
'luring tho coming summer at the.followiQg
prices :
. f.0 cents par vroek.
h ponnds daily
do
(1
BU
*
do
do
. 1 10
.l:m
.1 fK»
. l so
, at the rate of 11*00 per 100 lbB.
The above prices to take effect on Monday
April 1 ah, 1874.
Our Ice i:
öftere
do
12
•to
do
Ii
do
do
do
do
lo
do
do
do
2S
di
do
40 lbs and oyi
,0«1
the maiket, and
v ice that can ba
will be sold
WALTON A JAMKS,
l r >lh aud King and No. 2 W. d St«.
low
as the lowc
aprStf
THE GAZEYYE
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
JOB PRINTING,
01 EVEKY DESCRIPTION
AT No. 416 Market Street.
jfHK NKW iSTOUK 1
Is/L'Y MOTTO :
A QUICK DIME IS BETTER THAN A
slow dollar t"
Ab I desire, on account •» I the great scarci
ty of money, lo sell ut the lowest ligure. I
have bought exclusively for cash, and intend
puiall profits and make <iuick Bales.
I keep <»n baud at all times
seit
The Cboiceai Variety of
GROCEEIEß,
?
At the jao«t reasonable figures. Should you
but to call and
doubt it, you h
my gi.ods and prices, and you will
vinced. Don't forget tbo number,
exougne
be/fon
Ill West Second Streei.
ii
jeh»d3ui
W. H. NKl.VI
\yiLLIAM LALLY,
WllOEKdALK DEALER Itl
Brandies, IWhiskies,
VVIiNKH, dkc.«
211 EA8TBONT FÖTHEBT»
Betweon French and Walnut Street«,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
OTICE. — MECHANIC*' LOAN ASSO
CIATION have just issued ;$00 uharcs
Fourth Series Stock lor sale. Apply to
W. J. MORROW. Sec'y,
n»ay2Qeodlf üb —No. 417 French street.
N
.
KOTIGES.
REGISTRY BUREAU.
OTICE.—'Tho Registry Bureau will be
opened on MONDAY. July 13th, inst.
To avoid confusion ami tbo better to urrange
the work of this Department, the city ha*
been divided into Sections, and the time
appointed in which tho i-itizeus (property
holders) in each bedien are respectfully ru
«luentcd to present their deeds with a correct
description of their property at this oui ce :
Sect ton 1st extend» from Market Union,
and from Front, to k»eveulh Streets; from July
ldtb to 1.7th.
Section 2, extends Iruin Muiket to Union,
and from Seventh to Thirteenth streets; from
July 27 to August 10th.
Section 3. extends troiu Market t»* Union,
und troin Thirteenth to Brandywi
gust loth to 24th.
Sediou 4,
and troiu Front Street South
from August 24th to September Till.
Section h, West of Market and North ol
brandy wiuc; from September 7iL io 21st,
Section C. East of Market and North ol
Niuth streets; from September -1st to October
Mb.
N
; from Au
Market to Uuion.
tends lr
City Line;
Section 7, East of Maiket streit aud from
Third to Ninth streets; from Get. :»lh to P*th.
Section 8. Fast of Market streut, und South
Third to A streets; irt
N
Oi l. I nh
In.
2d.
Section'.», East of Maiket and South from
Nov. 2d to lCtlA
Transfer« of Real
«t be
.. New
A St, to City Lino; fi
All Deeds, Convey»nous
Estate lundi; utter .1 uly Utb, 1874.
tu rod iu ibis office l.elore they
Castle to he recorded.
A copy of I he Registry Law
for the description of property will be furnish
ed ou application at this office,
M. C. CUN WELL.
Chief Engineer ami S
.1 blnl.k I.,
yor.
Tenth aud Kiug Streets.
jof.-'tin
OTICE.- SA UR KRAUT LUNCH 3
Mechanics' House No. 207 und 201» Euat
Second street, Saturday evening.
aug'22-lt* EMILE BECK.
N
EMOCKATIC MEETING—fith WARD.
rats of tho Filth
Da
•oting of tho D
Ward will l.e held ul Allmonds Building, Cor.
Eighth and Market streets, second story, on
MuN 1>AY Evening, August21th, at 8 o'clock,
A general attendance is requested- Busineß
of importance. Bv order ot
uu«2EXKCIJT1V K COM RI 11'TE K.
T O THE VOTERS OF TUE SEVENTH
WARD,—The undersigned, u
licitation of voter?, hereby
Independent^ Candidate f«
the Bu
nco that he
City
will be
Council Irom the Seventh Ward, tor
A II. GR1MSUAW.
ut

EMOCKATIC MEETING— S ECO N D
WARD,—A Democratic Mcetinv
held at the Felton House. Second
streets, iu the Second Ward,
Evening, at 6 o'clock, lor tbu^purpoeeof mak
ing arrangements for the city election, and
tbe transaction of such other business
be brought betöre it. By order of the
aug2l -2t EX ECUT1V E COM M ITT EE.
I)
will be
Wnlnut
SATURDAY
tna>
Î T OTICE.—A meeting of the Democrats of
S tho First Ward, will be held at the Black
llorso Hotel. S. W. corner Front und Jualisou
streets on MONDAY Evening next, at »
o'clock, to tuke measures pertaining to tl
approuching city election- By order of the
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Wilmington, Del.. Aug. It», 1874.
fTlHK partnership existing between
Jl untier.*<igned under tho flrui name ol
*ey, Scott it - Co., is this day dissolved by the
withdrawal of William Y. W
The r:
business
aug'Ji)-4t
»artnere will continuo the
1er the firm name asllieretofore.
: also authorized to settle up the busi
es of the late firm.

JAMES SCOTT,
JOHN M. SCOTT,
J. WINFIELD SCOTT.
W. Y. WARNER.
rpo THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF
L THE CITY OF WILMINGTON.—The
Democratic Nouiiuuti
—one for tho Northern and
uug20-2w
Election for Ashch
for tbe
Southern districts, will he held at the (My
Hall, on TUESDAY, tae
poll« will be opened at 5 »
open until 8 o'clock. 1*. M. The votera redd
ing nbrth of Sixth street will vote at. a no
which will be opened on the north hide ofCit.
Hall. The voters rehiding houtli of Sixth
itreet will vote at a poll which will be open
the Hi.uth hide of the City Hull.
Tbe Judges appointed to hold
•th inst.
Th
lock aud remain
ty
ed -
id election
Sol Till RN I.ISTRU r.
.1
is A. Plunkett,
Patrick Lambert.
Charles Cannon,
John Aiken.
Herman liuu.
NORTH KUN LIST
R. Hodgson,
Albert Thatcher.
I.
Willi
Willi
G. liuugh
Edwin F. Morrow
John McSorley.
11. B. Met NT I RE. Chairman,
ertttie City Kxccutivo Committee.
Dc
augl4-tn
S OUTH JERSEY INSTITUTE, N P.
First-class School lor both
tion delightful and healthy; climute mild.
Building brick: hea'ed l.y steam; lighted
l.y g ns ; tiot and coldwater.
telegraphs, Commences September 2. Send
lor cut&logue.
augV
i.
Kail
ds and
H. K. TRASK, Principal.
: M OCR AT 1 1; M E ET ING -M 1 LL C RE EK
HUNDRED.—Tho Democratic voter* of
itins at the Mer
st 22d.nt 4 P. M.,
for the purpose of nominating Hundred offic
B) order ot Executive Committee,
STEPHEN SPRINGER,
augl J- JOHN B. ROBINSON.
I)
his It
uaid, on SATURDAY. A
Ired will hold a
$250,000^^. U »8H;
dot tho Masonic Relict Associa*
Coneert
tion ot Norfolk. Virginia, will tako plucc on
Sf.ftkmhkr :;d. 1K74.
Abo Kentucky State Lottery for the benefit
ol the University! ot Paduach and Royul Ha
vana ot (Juba tickets tor «aie. pri
and circuhtreäof informali
curbed
JOSEPH BATES rf t.'O ,
Pw.u Office Box 42»; I. Pn; Broadway. N- Y.
XT (HICK. JAM i:s II.1IKUGS h»s remuveil
bis office t<* No. ». West Eighth street,
Allmond'M Building. Bricks of all kind« ou
hand at lowest market rates.
jyHtr
WASHINGTON HOUSE,
IVO. »105 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
for tbo
h now op«
tion of guentfl. II
fitted up with
throughout,by nt riet attention
to buHiouHH tho proprietor
hopes to merit a «hare of the public kind
UfcHH. Table always supplied with the sub
stantial« of the season- Good stabling attach
U. HORNER, 1'rop'r.
'•I
ing ho^n
furniture
el
iuay22w4m*
WOODDALË ABHEMBlY.
FIRST GRAND PIC-NIC,
d Evening, at Mt. Cuba,
Afternoon
tbo Wilmington and Western R. K., ou
I
SATURDAY, SEPT. Bth, 1874.
Mastor of Ceremonies— T- Y, MrClJLLKN,
Floor ManagcrB-James Clark, Frank .Mr"
ahull,
Aasistunta — John Bowden. Orie McGargle.
Committee ol ArrangemeutB— Frank Foust,
John Hartman. John McCullen, William
Pierce, B Dougherty /..MeVaugh, W. Mur
ray. T. Patterson. Music by Ritchie'« String
Band._ _ augIS-w4t
MERCHANT TAILORS .
^I^IrrchaTi t tfailo
cKvna "ift

/
JAMES A. PLUNKETT.
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER,
N. E. Cor. Third aud market nt,.,
(Second story.)
W1LM1NUT0N. DEL.
TïROPOSKII AMENDMENT to TÎTT!
. . Pi'M STUTlON or TUB STATE orDKL
AWAKE.
Amendment to the (on*
nun erring [he
fui.tn iHirot io
A /V ACT proponing
Htiiuiion tor the purpose qj
C to til uct «I Inner ul
Lau.
SECTION 1. Un il enurtcd by Hie S.uate
auil Homo ul KcimMDUlive, of Hi» S' -
Molawur. in Oi-ueral Arm-mldy met. 0
thirds <>r each Unuse dm-minir it n*c«.»ary ami
concurring therein, anil bv »nil with «lie' »I»
probation of the Governor ) J hat tbo lollowjni
amend men t bo and the suu»o is hereby pro
posed to the seventeenth section t -j the »ec
omJ articlo of tho CuMlltution ot this Stute,
to wit. ly adding to the said icotlon the
following words, subject to the provisions
aforesaid : Tho Legislature -hall ba\ e^ p
to enact a general incorporât i
viile incorporation for relu;*,
literary and manufacturing purposes, lor the
preservation of animal and vegetable loud,
building and loan associations, and tor drain •
inglow lauds; and no attemptbli.ill bema lt
in such act *»i otherwise to limit or
tho power of revocation reserved to the Legi: -
'"sECtTon" 'a..'/"'.» ;; furlhir twtrlrrl. I hat
the Secretary ot State be aud ho
directed, after the tlovernor ahull
proved of the above proposed a
and this act. duly to publi-ii I ho aim
posed amendment and Ibis act
more newspapers in this State, lor
sidération of tlie people ol this Slate, at I
three and uot more than six months nonot
the uext general election lor Senators :
Representatives in this State-^
' A '' r k. V. i.ESLEY,
act,
. charitattlc.
o p
do
is Ii
P"
lue ni
he
!
PltHStd nt l*oV
joskATïh'kciihnai
or ol
ol tl,u Douse of Ki|.n ,i nlo
Spoakti
Delà w a
Static •
Executive Depart
Juno 2d. IS.4
passed l.y and with the
11.
;
R
This Act
bation of the tlovernor.
Aud 1, .1 a me:
State ot Delaware, do hereby exi
proval of said amendment aa pro
act.
of tlx
. (It. VC
Ü il
.1
;
Witness mv band and the Greal
^cal ot said State, tho day and year
aforesaid.
SEAL
JAM ES PONDER
By tho Gov
JOHN 11. PAY N I ER.
Secretary ot State.
St atm of Delaware.
Executive Department. I
1, John 11. Payntkk, Secretary ot State ol
tho Statu of Delaware, do hereby cerlily that
tho above and foregoing is a true copy ot the
act entitled "An act proposing an amenUment
to the Confltitution for the purpose ot e
a general
ip
ering the Legislature to enact
(.oration Liw," passed at D»»v
i87;t, together with the Governor s approval
of the said proposed amendment the same
having been compared l.y me with thcoiigiual
roll now on file.iu this Department.
In witness whereof 1 h
unto set my ham
official seal at D<
day ot June, iu the ye
ll eight hundred
JOHN 11. PAYNTKK,
Secretary ut State.
April :td
here
:
d atli
:r this si

HEAL
tcouth
bold
of
d seven» v-to
onethousuu
ite
A MEDICINE CHEST IN MINIATURE.
Mishler's Herb Bitters is not a never:
but a strictly mediciniul preparation,
tliorouehly adapted to tbo wants ot the
ral public than any other in the markt
like all other so-called Remedies.i
under tbe direct per?«
eminent Physician. 8. IS. Mart
•egula

i
cd
prep
of
l mpe
M. B..
led leal College ot
the senior pr
the Jeflerson
and a practicing physician ot
and extensive praetieo. I
tbe public may rest
Herb Bittere is compounded i
aneo with correct. Pbarm
and that none but t he clioi ;esl ingi edicntsouL r
into its composition
Its immense salo alone is
that it possesses merit of a high order. M«r
chants, bankers, clergymen, lawyers, c lerk
d others engaged i
experience its
the depression
bor; while the mechanic, farmer
find their bodily vigor restored like magic l,j
its use.
At this
rrhika.Cramfh.
•ed by eating unripe truits, imp
cold drinks, et»*., are p
d elle dial re ii
M ishler's Ilerb Bitters.
Tho depressing feeling ot Languor or 1»
ty, incident to the "heated term," is at
•stc
unit vigor imparted to the prostrated l ysti n
by its use,
In Dysfipsia. Livku Complaint and At
al.lv
iladi-lph
arge e xp
ell Im nils
red that Midilcr's
strie
•cord
dusive prool
idente.ry o
nderlul effect« i
Ht*d by
rel
niai 1.
d labor
:
of the year, win
l kindred «J.-.id
.Colics
I.
dulgcnce i
a cert
icd y
ill
. rpnedy
he found i
chili
lilt
'd. the energies
it I
Olk
IIIK K
FRCTH.NS
like a charm. It is . .
heady stimulant, violent in its operate io: l.u
imply a natural remedy, tln.ruughl
adapted to nature It supplies tone i
the stomach, reinvigoratos tin- digestive ;*i
gans, stimulates tho Hecretions.and p
a reuulur action ot the bowel*, enables tv
perforin its allotted w
drastic p
it
it i
ting
rgun ol the l»«»d>
regularly und without inte
It is the unerring certainty of «iesircl i«
• ulu* attendant on its use. cou|
tact that it i* prepared by a phy
nence in Ins i.rofeaBiou, tria
Mis her'.* Herb Bitters
liar iu
t wit
I f
t has rend«.*
I
d us lau.i
sop
h< toehold word
all over the land have found it t<
be the safest and best remedy tor use in tht-i
families; they not only give it with perfect
fety to even the youngest child, but whoi
find it tho safest
n health
Turn «
»
Mo
of
:
usedwith cuuti
ensuring their
the weary ache« ....
sex. Perfectly harmlos«, it is just the n
enable Nature U
mil y. reautaPu and ip it It
i
h«-i
incident to
«I p
I.
needed by them
her lundi«»
inconvenience; No Lapy p.ho
it ifsb«r would p
it
».
.blooming c
im purablu Irom
*s theclc
and cheerful spirits i
It Is sold by all Druggists and
on
sound lienlth
General Dealern; is ncally put up
Glass Dottles, enclosed in a yellow wrapf
Id on Draught, being nt rutin n .
It is not
nd a;» such ts endorsed
die inn I prejmrt
by many of tho
country.
mjrO eod4in.2dA-*dl»
ciniuent physicii
• f 111«:
Y.
pRIME
Timothy, Clover aud Orchard
Qrasa Saod,
FINE MIXED LAWN WHITE DUTCH
CDU V ER. GREEN «iRAKS.
DWARF GERMAN WAX DWARF WHITE
WAX BEANS,
VETE, DARK KED EGYPTIAN, BAS
TIANS SIMONS A OTHER BEET SEEDS.
EXTRA EARLY CARTER'S FIRST CROP
LAXTUS ALPHA. LITTLE GEM.
FRENCH WRINKLED AND
OTHER PEAS.
TROPHY TOMATO, HANSOM LETTUCE«
(Vith a fresh tmpplv of reliable Flower and
SMITH Sl BRKJÎN,
F"urth and Shipley.
I F VOR W4UT A. FINE IMPORTED
German Binging ('unary Bird, go jar
to W. N. CHANDLER'S, fill Market Æ*
street, and buy one. Juet in. «tired
from Europe, a large iuvuico of Bieily#^^V
Canary, llemp and Rape Seed, which
selling very low.
Garden Bo«d^.
in ay 2 1 '.tf
W. N. CHANDLER.
_ I'd I Market street.
F YOU WANT THE FINEST
I
SALT OYSTERS
Uu to A. L A1NSU0W.
711 Shipley htrt et
If you want the finest DEVILED CRABS,
aud fresh CLAMS in every utyle, go to
A. Fi. A INSCOW.
711 Shiploy street.
je20d1io
Ponder IIouso,
MILTON, DEL.
■f. r. IfAUT, l'.i^iul. tor.
T HIS House has lately boon fitted up, and
receive« utriot attention of tho Propri
etor, and is clareed among tbe best betel«
of the Peninsula. jori ]yw
/
■yyALTER CUMMINS.:
ATTOliNK Y-A l -I. V \V
AND BOLICITOR IN .CHANCERY.
WlliulkKtun, ltd,
„ici— 5.0 Kinr tl.
«xt do»» 1 to Po«t
decJj-ly.
/»nr (toons.
OPENING
HPBIP:r ÎJD SUMMER
C» ooilw,
BI.AOK SlIZiK,
I )l*PSS
(our rpecialty.i
English vt alking .latquels
FOR SFltlNd WEAR:
KUEjNCII foula 111)
F IIICNOII ,f IlllSH POPLIN,
SHAW I S, CASSIMERE,
WATER-PROOFS,
TRIMMINGS UK ALL KINDS,
M. t- LICHTENSTEIN,
Kircot,
HT I.Ml NOTON.
r>( )(>.
9 IWI nr Hut
r>( x>.
i.a\ a im: kVFi;vriuM41
OA I a . AT UNCI- !
'UM US Nt;\ 1.1! Ml CHEAP BEFORE
I J l.oW » o.si I'RlCfc.:»
R idu. ii
Dl iV G OODS.
hoots a no siiof>,
Crockery and Gh&swaro
Tho u
et v .1
ment of «ooil.« m
it.
Stale.
I.o
0 Li
ADAMS & BKO.
501». Stärket v trccî. 500.
WILMINGTON. DEL.
jan3 tf
WM. P>. SI IA IIP.
Cor- 4th & Market Sis.;
Hup opened a lull uanoi
NEW AM»
SKASONABLR
ncs.rploudid qualitii
U.
idson.e Dress Fa I
• ■I
Biack Silks. Japanese Silks,&o.
Always
hand, a lull Suck of
MOURNING GOODS
or the I*»»««» Mtyleo
Also, a full line of
nd
imd relil.lo Irakis.
70 OT.Æ" T\T . ; Q OOTJH.
At the lowest rale ,
WM. B SHARP,
l\o. :*:s, nil Market Ml .
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Delaware Carpet House,
Markut Street, abovo Third,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
1 he cheapest place in the State t • buy yo
ÖAKPET3.0IL OLOTBP.WATTIKGf.
%nd WINDOV/ CHAPES,
AT
HENRY GKEBTl'S,
Mna I.
SI. « «
N.B. 15
at tLe
ord
larhel
nr If. I
-x
HOOTS ASI> SHOES
SJU-LiTjI ,N'( +
OFF
Spiiug aud. Summer Stock at
Great(jj Reduced Prices.
LADIES'SLIPPERS
ARK OFFEHED AT COST.
^John S. Moreland,
N. W. for. I'mirlli & Poplar Sis.
iin l well sG. de I
A larg
Childici
which t.
k ot Lad
and Gaitere.
and ,Mi«s«*d i
»I
r.»rk I
The
tentic.
te«'d I'
Rep
II
ng proinpil v att< nded to.
io«; dlv
A GFA V V ;
SI MM ER
STOIÏK Ok SPRING AND
CHEAP BOOTS & SHOES,
H , «*jn »I Mi* y Pel
Nh-i.iuI Nf2 «loa
The under-ig.ned tcpoetfuiiy inlorma
his triendH and the public »but he h.t* Ar>a
hand a large ami w«-l! »«-lee
of SPRING AND SUM MER BOOTS,'
SHOES aud GAIl'EKs, .'Uilahlo lor Ladies,
Muld
the best material und mud«
• •• tho best manner,aud will be sold
the same article cun he obtuined in this u,
any other city- Ladies and gentlemen buyin*
at .ny store w ill have tbe udvantago of a largo
»sortiuent trom whicn to aeleci a
it uc-at fitting boot or shoe J ho
» call
j t-t iiiJl
m. Mb.*
. which
Gcntl.
•1
fad u red fro
.1 varied
(»••bional.lo
ci.idiullv in « it «>«i
d
d I«
ev eroding I >
y «lud;
bill N K. P.AKCoC
Ii
v P
muy2l-ti
THOS. R. LALLY,
h:i I MAIMi li:T NT 1 ( 1 C KT,
lUIHiNKKK.
PROPERTY BOUGHT. SOLD AND EX
CHANGED.
Houses Rented,
Rents Collected,
Loans Negotiated,
I.EOAL I'Al'KKS PRISPARE
aprlMdtf
D
CHAS. CAMBLQS & CO.,
RANKERS and BROKERS ,
No 38 S. Third St. .Philadelphia,
DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURI
TIES. GOLD. SILVER. Ac.
Stock« and Pond*
commission
investment«
bought, and «old on
. Particular attention given t«>
i. aoûlti-ly
($500 REWARD
The abovo reward will be paid for
IN FORM ATION
that will lead to the ARREST AND CON-
VKMION of tho person or persona guilty of
SETTING H RE t.» any DWELLING. ST A*»
BLE. SHOPS or other building.
-MarchC.1871-tf, J. L. SIMMS, Mayor.®

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