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DAILY GAZEIT 1
j*
C. I*. Johnson, Eoitoh and I'boi'Hiktob.
Tub Daily (Iarrtte is imblisheij every af-1
fermion, (Sunday oxeo(ded) Hi 1 lb Mark et ^ ■ I .
and seryed by earners tu subscribers in al | law,.
part« of the city and surrounding towi^nd
villages, for six cents a week, payable weekly.
Yearly subscribers. 88 ir .
THU ONI.Y 1) KM OC U AT 10 DAILY IN TilK STATK,
fur
sensor
stabli.sheil 17S4,
The Drlawarm Gazette, ...
is the largest amt most nourishing week y
Ihe State, ami lias a lantcr uroulotiun than
any other on the Peninsula. I ublished every i
Friday morüing, at $2 a year, in adv;
M".
WII.H1INUTON, Aug. ««, >^4.
Democratic State Convention.
--- , I
The Démocratie voters throughout tim I yy
State an* hereby not iUodt«> med in tlieir I and
respective butnlivils of each county—Klue I 8
notice thereof being given-tor the pur- 1 love(J
pose of electing fifty-live delegates Horn I
each county to iittend a Stale t <»nven-1
1 ion. to be held at I» >V FHidi L JIJLK»- I f rom
DA Y, the 27t Inlay of ALK « US I, IS«-» 1 , at* I j 0
• o'clock, i>. hi., for tin* purpose o.t no-1 lbo
ininating candidates for the ollicen ot I
( iovernoraml Representative inCongresH, I j 8 j u
to take such other action in , *'l*jt , onl wca
t o the approaching canvass as «hall I signed
d«.*eined advisable. I
•der of Hie State Executive t oui- 1 j ec
of
to
The
acres
Hu If ft II the l "teil Wt/hfs I tiff I -JO.OOO
. .' . . . .. I lands
/.*; Atfeoeatetl tit Oefanau • I renC
sas
the
r I
light
aud
By
mit «*»•
JOHN 1'. COCHRAN, Chairman.
August 5th, IS7L
t hu
The* Republic;
Civil Right s Bill will not be passed, and
that they :uv opposed to it.
theless th«*y fall into the l ; u«* with the
Radical «•«»ntemporari»* '. in other States
; nLr jfc. nissagc and by I the
atint its passage, ana > l n
copying art tel»*« that arc iavoral»!« 14 * 1 ' * | iciliocl.
• thing for tin* black I origin
all's party here that other Radical pa-1 also
newspapers say
lint.
*vcr
that a
o adv«
I
ïent
g «dsewheiv. Tho last mini
,1 I -inLii.i ; tho III 1
per.-: are d
Lur of the D-.v. r Senti
1 it is. only one
«lf such articles that an* published. Here
t«* oppnsi* t In*
f a cries I
•«1. ;
an m* i
it is distim tly Flat«*«I thi
c ivil Right Bill is "only t<* kick against
• against
tIn* pricks," ;
.1
«•«1
in
1 Rule." I
e art i« le
t he justi«'«* «»f G«.«l
Il i fort her declared in the w
l t he elections in all
1 hat. tin* d«.M*isnms
In* Sont ln*r
St;il< - in fiivurtif tin- U*
»»•rati«* party i : "injusti«*«» t « » the
egro.
that th<* If,.,.,.y
\r.*st t he I

t«»
opposi-1
of
11 « *re it. i plainly laid d«»w
I,in dare not attempt to
the ii«**rr«» party.
rub* «»f his St it«* fr««
»• In- d»»«-; in.imli«'«* tlm negr
be
: siieli ellbrta are
tit; »»I
!.. tin'Civil liis'lil-i »»ill ; or in i.tluv
• I |.i uiisi.l .'Loi ..Li and tlio
1 of id! tlio inulitutionH in
t U'l
Afrieani'/ati"!
In* South. \\ « • pit bl i: h thi: extract iroin
1li«> |)ov«*r Sn Um I, Dr. .lump's ln »um
• •\aaiin«* it
ted
Kith
tlu-m.vlv»* :
»pie of liu* Souther
it h .
State.-:
"'I he i
wer«* atlliet«*«l
I h«*y
h.
lilar insanity
tin* Unit.*«! Stat«*s i
t«*«l
Sat
th«*y an* I
;L«-«*| »mit
•»l«*r t«> br«*:»k up tin* Um»
»f i
iginary wr.ui
iiuif.-ting tin* S;
I, n Hill. Tlii-y, liow
•I L.tli,'Civil 1
In
•v«t, « »uly kii'k
1
ilist t in* .i 111 tic«* of
Rub*. This insanity
tin y il.vlar.*
I t In* t lol.li*
s ;it pivsunt
t
In.T* «•ui*in*r-st
« ratn- patty,
• ir: mjus
biit tin* Rfptibli«*;
tu«* t«» lin- n«*gn
partv will fintl f
of St. IVtcr:
«»!:«t i. »
in tin*
t
, 'I
.Ür.w.'rnl'iÄÜr'i îl I r. ,.3'»"'l pif" i i i \l" I
Tho ii«*puI>li< uii purts' « »w,*sali its p.iw -
w.uint all I
.1 suffer for it. ye
'*11 when ye dow«*il
•«•••ptablc with (•«*«!.'
lake it patiently, tin i
I Pet., ii, 20.
rigiit
Ami again, "U yc Miller f
I.» right«*«.ii:
th.iv
1 «h
l struggle
manfully f«»r justi.*.: t « » all, and it
s t.. di'part
.1-: 1*. * ; 41
li.-t. it ('liuiinat«* its ;•»
In
•ailks :
•nt « * I« »s« • up its
ill
ill. il.h*.
iV. Y.
ill an«l always pi«>v«*
IV il ness.
I
Tho Sent inti al. < » tries hanl to pro\
that tlio Ki-puL'V.
L, *« M *S t hi
•t, utplei tuke t«» pr«»v«*, lu»w«*v« r, that
hit«* « ,; '|ll«*ster. , ; Upporb 'l by 11«*
:»•< I« *
ty Ih not
vhitos.
pil
It do«*s
• I
I
fut
Igl. it. «1« >«*s
Fops, «1«» not govern it. tilth
t'fli whit«*
that tin »«* a
it capahh* t*. ('«»mlii'-t tin: affaira of
tli«* Slut»* Iu.ip* tly ami pr«»p«*rly. 'I'lii» |
uh I Mm y «I.
I In* *'« n«*i ul « omv.<* I
»?
.d b
ln*iv tin* Rtuücalri ha
,• i iiIimI Statt*«.
• want t
•aii't h**«* 1
, but w.
, imlfxs tl»«*y g«*t
H«»m«* * »1 ln*r StaL*.''
Imw tlify I
il ly c"
it i
•emission 0
■mil.
/,mi' i-.rilie
ri. r .1"
ninl is I »« -liiii«l
Why,
«'«•llainly 1 In* ./
l«*«lg«> of gc*«»{4i'iiphy,
that I>«*lu
«.»• ii w.ml.l 1 1 ; t v. * k:
tin* «»nl.v Slab* in
.ti« • is
lin* Uni.
that can
TTiure
He .s eirelc."
if a "I wdee
stn l . h" for y,
for a
A Biii.ii
1 1 » i : \.
l tin* «-«»li
ght f»»r
il by William M.
»t. origi
*» su|>**rint«
a non-part r/.;
t iiution « »f t In*
■w basin, br«
Un
ity t '«
< 'anby, was soiiu-thirite
inti. II \v«»uhl !»«• rath« -i* «litlii-iilt. at th«*
an wit hont jm» lit -
I if «
pn*s«*n1 t i
u*al «»pinions or pivjmlic«*.«, s
«•oiihl l..-fo
•ni» I pi'ov«* »»f lit th*
1 In*
lie j Util it Ait .
account.
bsul i»l«*:i, certainly ;
It, i.
i.t
»*11 win
ly R«*ntl«.i
th«*i** arc a jfivht
•«* ready to s«*« on«l Mr. (.'unby'ri siigtiux
itrht I«* found
toil. At. least a ma
whoa«* prejudif« « w«
vc Prie to whit«*
the work.
holly a«l
lm\ ini'.it fair diaucc
»t
T he people have cert-inly ha«l enough of
to bo
regretted that it now is to he di«hed up
through tlio courts. It will never ho known
whether Beecher i« guilty or not. That he
i« tli«: mass oi people ne<*in to believe. The
evidence is not clear that lie in not.
tho Beecher-Tilton scandal, on«l it
NOMINATK Til K ItKriT AIkN. At t.iii.l
.* i in i»« »i t mit Ilian over that
m* ». t eoini»«'t«*nt
'it y ('«
•t Imt ofliccri. Wo li«»|»«* Um I»«*
ill rciii«*uii»**r tliiri.
»• it. is
t
should
»I
th«* b«*.- t a
cil a
I.«* nominated for tin*
«•rat;:
.ally
de«* in ion of At but
l
i|.*i* a
l'«*r*.*tit
•'.V
ral \Y i "i
I .mt...I In : i vcral rai'iuail .•
' ,• la
• v.'il t" I lie 0uvciauu.iit l>j tin
l»a
winch tlie f/T:»uti Wore
t u.'ll
suddenly
com«
almost
quite
scaudal.
stance
of more
tation
church.
It is hop d that the Committee w ill
have the hour for starting the ffeo 1 ain
from Dover on the 27th iust. changed to 5
o'clock instead of » as at present pro
ne*'d to delay it bo
There is no
.
law,. _..
Charles C. Woolley, carpenter and
builder, announces lriiimolf a landidato
fur till* Democratic nomination for As
sensor ill the Northern District.
doubt
It is
"pardon
mit of
mutual
matter
Chicago
lady
woman
Hitherto
circles,
tion.
edge
and
stituted,
city
at
language,
Her
man
not
Ids
been
ulation
dence,
soon
and
intimacy,
until
which
home
y 10 Democratic liouiinati«
M". Jehu l'ylu declinea being a earnh
I'.u*
Assessor iu tin* Northern District.
Central Aie tes.
Tliero waa a ■wb'tc frost la Oiiir.loKii ami
yy eare> New llunqihlnr«*, yesterday iiioiuing
and it ja f ear ,.d that tho fall crop» have
8 uffcicd. At Manchester,
love(J w<>re wor „ t and »uni her front was
threatened last « veiling.
The Carolina Messt ni/ir publishes report«
f rom - Wayne, (lit cue, Lcno.r, Dupplin and
j 0 hn6ton counties, in North Carolina, that
lbo Kluw iugcotton is «uttering greatly fr
a week ago it looked very proiu
j 8 j u g nni j wu3 1 iomg well. Extremely dry
wca tb< r and a «udden change to edld aie:
signed bh tlm cause.
The Osage land c;
j ec )^ ea p v the U. S. Circuit Court i
of the si'tilers. It will prolifthly be appealed
to the Supreme Couit of tin* United States.
The ease covers tho title to nearly 1,000,000
acres of ceded Osage lands, on vvlnrh nearly
I -JO.OOO people have made their homes. These
I lands are claimed by the. Leavenworth,L' iw
I renC e & Halvestou, ami tho Mihsoui'i, Kan
sas »V 'Texas Railroad Companies.
The trouble which seems to be chr
the South broke out ni L
I county, Kentucky,
light look place \
aud colored men.
,'ereoals and
ln K-insa« tin« ticcu
favor
of
I the presence of Doited States truops
l n ^ whitH und two C olo.ed meu had hen
| iciliocl. No explanation
I origin of the affray is
also
(j<>
astir, Uarratid
Salunlay, where u
between parties of white
IViice was restored by
niter
MR
T\v
R»-v.
■ »it
lir.-:t.
»ff
f the eau«
given. There was
iu Owen county,
mg
tight at Monterey,
the satue «lay, winch resulted
an. Militia weie
by the Governor of Ken
Kentucky,
I tho killing ot
ïent to both plue
III 1
hiui,
«•d
the
I tucky.
f«*ste*l
CUE M E.
tloll
ment
to
If. ( Jleiid«*nning haa
Presbytery
the ehurg«*s
»
formally requested th
.1 eraey ( *i* y t> • inv«»st igat « •
against him. Tin* cl»*rk «»I the Presbytery
repli«*:: that tin* subject will I mi consi»!«!
«•«1 ;it t In* next stated un*«*timr, t«i be In I« 1
in O«*tobor.
I
pie
visitors,
hotels
A
parlor,
'The
part
this
are
and
making
scandal*
a .b-r««*y Cit y
An att«*mpt was utado
If,.,.,.y i„,;,t, last Wednesday night, to as
I sassinute John F. TVuuiphr ag**nt .»ft»«»v
• *nu»r Baxter who was sent t«» New A ork
t«» buy ÿ 12,000 worth of firearms, Trump
fes Senator (Tayt«»n, .linlgeM«*
(Tur«* and Sheriff ( )livt*r, *»f Little K<»< k
of « «»mplieity in tlm crime.
Dick Cooper, Anthony Grant and Silas
hu feloniously assau 1
.lulitls
ted and r«»l»l»«*d Mrs. Burnley at(T«»«»k
ilght «»fill.
tlm
hav«*n, Mississippi.
Kith instant, w« re tak.*n from the jail at
Saturday night, i
* t hoiisainl «.-it i
TTm «-ii I prit 0 cnnf«*ss«*d their guilt
■«»nreW.(Tayp« .« »1**. a newspaper « l«*rl
cl
ell d«
lot'«*
him
I, «.f
hanged by a
tin- Post «din-.* at lh«Iti
t«*«l as lm was leaving tho l'«»st-«»tTu »*
Sat unlay night ; f«»r roLbiitg^ tin* mails
I Fifty l«*tt«*rs a box «•«»ntaining ;
Li*a«*«*l.*t ;
tivki ta fur ,ji'\yi.|rj „ >1'•
him. 11,* cimft.sHL*d his mibt uli'l
waycomuiitted for trial.
Imt «.l p;
I
1
of
IN
vftCs Sues.
The Old II
>
>
Public
1
T .!«
RUSBIA. TO BECOUN".!'
BPANISII BKPI DI.IC.
REFUSAL OF
London, August 22.— Tint Russian |j««v
•tit refused to rccognlsu tin* Sp.m-d»
Republic, it ia in consequence «>1 this Dial
t tin: other powers delay complete recogiii
'I turn. It i« reported, however, that the
I gOVCI llllH*nl« of Autli.l ftlld G«*l DlUliy huV6
- «ent credentials to their repreH.*i.t:.tiv« at
all I Madrid.
Vienna, Aueuh 23.—Tho /'/cam- an
that the Austiian and (iernian
mo noli tied
recognition by their
nt« <»t Pr«*sident S«*r
as tlm child «»1 tlio executive pow< i
v
ye
0 |
«»It,
Kent
llOUnCL'8
chargea d'atïair
Friday last of tho
respectiv«» gov«*
nt Mad lid
ill
Y.
I of Spain.
ing
tarin
:tnd
with
11«*
I« *
jMIscliief tik Hie Air.
\Ve cannot analyze the æriul poisons that
produce epidemic und endemic diseases; hut
the valuable discoveries which have 1»«;
vegetable pharmacy enublc us to
counteract, their malitii* influence. The
• I powerful known antidoto to every Fpecies c(
I malaria i« lb.«tetter's Ftomuch Bittors.a p
tl medicine in wtiich the finest an
touies. alteratives und stimulants
skillliilly and
At seasons of tho year
charged vviili
miasma, and whenever the specifn* virus of 1
any infectious diseiueis supposed t «» be pr« sent
in the air. this famous Corrective »du»ul«t be
a protective. All who
this precaution may bidde
id remittent fevers.
>«*s
>st
of
| |„,t:
t isuptn
of the
I etTectiv « ly combined.
wlicn the atmosphe
»?
table kingd
the
in
a
n regularly
«■house to ohne
fiance to intermittent
I in fact t«» all dhmrdcrs generate.1 by foul
exhalations
h**«* 1 take
g«*t
uuglOto27
-liiii«l
SEErJNO MACHE NES.
• is
Opbbatk
Bblk-Thrkadino Shutti.f. Kahy
can
THE HEW
a>i i: im can
I
Sewing Machine
«-«»li
f»»r
M.
origi
th«*
lit -
«
j 1
71.S MARKET STREET,
J. H. FBIMROBE, Agent
WILMINHTON. DEL.
GROVER & BAKER'S
ItsTEW
Hioclv Stitcli
SEWING MACHINE
607 KING STBKEE.
th*
jeridfcw
win
found
ic
5 I
a«l
diaucc
of
bo
up
known
he
The
3
majïi
« Clayton IIoupo.)
WKEÏD»
Sewing Machine,
t.iii.l
that
should
a
«•rat;:
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
•'.V
lo bo had at the Gor. Seventh
.•
tin
an4 Trçnch Streets,
■WIUUHÜTQN. DEL,
Wore
Another Chiylcal Simulai.
Developments In the social world have
suddenly hurst forth, which, when they
com« to hv generally known, will cause
almost ns many breasts to ache, and
quite as general dismay, as the Beecher
scaudal. The offending party In this in
stance occupies an ecclesiastical position
of more responsibility and greater exal
tation than does tile pastor of Ply mouth
church.
N r
i
To avoid
tho work
been
appointed
Holders)
iiues* d
dote
Bee
and from
1:1th- to
and from
July '/I
Section
and lro.ii
gust
,Section
and
from
Section
Lrandywino;
Soetiou
Ninth
5th.
In this mm tlioro «an Ih>
doubt about Urn character of tho offence.
It is ono that a hushaml can neither
"pardon nor condone," ami will not ad
mit of compromis« or adjustment by
mutual friends. On the contrary, the
matter will he brought into tho courts of
Chicago by an action for divorce. Ihe
lady involved in this painful scandal is a
woman of wealth and cultivation.
Hitherto she has stood high in social
circles, and has b u n a spotless reputa
tion. Her amours coming to the knowl
edge of her husband,a separation ensued
and pe eling tlm proceedings already in
stituted, the lady is employed in tlm eapa
city of a governess iu a wealthy family
at Hyde l*aik. Sim speaks tlm French
language, which is her native tongue.
Her husband is a prominent insurance
man in Ha Salle stieet. Tlm gentleman,
not very many years siuee, transferred
Ids business to Chicago, where lie has
been unusually successful in tlm accum
ulation of wealth. An inscrutable Provi
dence, which directs the affairs of men,
soon after tlm removal or tlm gentleman
and ids wife to this city, ruled that the
clergyman should soon after follow, ami
intimacy, once begun, whs continued
until tlm evidence of guilt came to light,
which has east a blight upon a happy
home and tarnished tlm glittering fame
otherwise most noble life. -1.7 in-1
Section
Section
Third
Section
Iroui
2d.
Section
A St,
All
Estaie
tered iu
CoNtlo
A copy
loir the
a
r.i
je/.itiu
flMIE
JL
pey,
withdrawal
'I'lie
busiuess
and
of
of
(j<> rost.
MR ui:K( Hi:r at the white
MOUNTAINS.
T\v IN MoLNIAtN Iron. 1 -:»:, N. 11., Allg. 22.
R»-v. Henry Ward Be
■ »it Tlnuvulay e v « *
lir.-:t. app«*aratice
• seid
»ff Spot like this
mo
1.
Democratic
«UÏ«—
Southern
The
»•eher tu*riv«*d here
Tin- : « » lie of his
tin* pia
wit ne:
EveryLtnly here, m«.*u.
uilgJO
/.a alter ur
mg w
r«»vv«h'd around
hiui, gras|M*d him by tin- hand, and aliuw
«•d him, by t litt « nt himiasui t hey inaui
th« ir sih*iit greeting of him,
the sympathy they felt aud tin- admira
it, to «lisrtonible.
Hull.
polls
open
which
Hall.
; tree!
f«*ste*l
my
tloll the
Boston, August 2T.—The announce
ment that Rev. Henry Ward Beecher was
to preach nt Twin Mountain House,New
Hampshire, caused a largo influx of peo
nages loaded with
c 1
pie to hear him.
visitors, aggregating 1,200, from all the
hotels an towns in tho vicinity, aimed.
A pulpit, was temporarily erected in tlm
parlor, and tho usual service was held.
'The text was taken from II Timothy ii.,
part of th«* mill verse : "Neverthelessthe
foundation of Hud standeth sure having
this seal I lie Lord knowotli them thaï
are His." The sermon lasted one hour
and a quarter, and was
making no allusion whateve
scandal*
,1
P
Willi*
Albert
uug!4
general one,
to the
ROUT'D
H
lion
for
by
«iis hua b Tiinlonn
ii-, ut a r « ut coun
• «»f K :
'«» 1 lictll
:»*.*.«inst I* « Stale. It:* tbeiH
|> ■ j 1:1 r t III« Tit t » I ill Ulbll
u«l :
ai t« i» I g» s 1» .1 tin* «Udeii«'
cl
b .11 ..«• (>
tlii«
iiiahl,
io, 1
Lv
*
i
ell d« «
lot'«* ie U h tli
him v\ itii tkio « .1 i
110,1 10 «
W
1)
iMltiemuliti,
f the
lii.nl n r.
Sn lo
.G>'S
OF
u.n
Abo
>1 the
Po:
N
Fourth
;i 3 IRABLE LAND.
C.
IN KENT CO., MAItYUAND.
«.1 llm C.n uit Ccurl
a Court of F'iuP v,
> 'i Virtue «.t a 1>< «•
> for Kent couuly,
1er signed. :
Public Sale t*> the !
1
. will « L.
highest bi'i.ler.
at
i
'l' I I H.SDA Y,
v nr. iinsT n.\\ t>r si:r'ri:Miti:i: t
lit tho V«»rholl Houho in CLc tertown.
Abb i'l I ASV I«'A HM.
> T
I
band
0 | vvhi. il ihe lato John Lll«b died Hcizcd
uiljoiuinu I ho l.mds ol .bilin I»la«*k
«»It, er«, in tho Second EPctioti D»»tnet «»I
Kent county, eiP«:d Ilia
GFBII \ R'f OR YV ALLIS FARM,
• I
and containing
;v.ir> Acres, Mon* or lass.
1X1».
Ilio Public l(oa«l lead
which is s» luat< d
ing Irom Still Pond t.. llriovillo, and is aim
re»cU.<l l.y.1 riKlit-ut-w:;» loai'inu from said
tarin t«» <'.*o Public Rojul loading 4«<»lu Une f,tle«l
villeto Kennedy v die. , j
About 220 Acres Arable Land
Aijoui ,
:tnd (ho rcuduo i* in WOOL,, innfil'y r, ik m,„.
with some hickory ami pine. It is divide«!
h i : held«, conveniently arranged, and is t ,j.
id the best watered farms in ilia emuty.
:r being acceeaiblo ,
I «
hut
to
c(
an
and
year
vviili
of 1
sent
be
who
>st
every
justly considered one ol tho host
in tha county.
runniii 1 ' w:
field, .tu
stock I »rin
The . oil I« a red « lay. roll ng surface, easily
ductivo, being we'l adapted to
's r *. J Imre
tilled, and p
the growth of a" grain.«
•\ cel lent
the
APPLE ORCHARD, young
thriltv. of gooti vaiiotios. Tho
DWELLING
_ Hi i« U llound. With Frame A«l
uition. convenient^:
large fi
in a well shad .1 eu. losurc,
a well of excellent water.
'Jl.a OUT BUILDINGS
good. New Li
lot.t C«nu II«»uf
winde Psngth,
well finished. Good Stabling for tun linmes,
•»nod Carriage House. Meat II
ilouse,and Poultry 11
id
.^tory
foul
in
ii
i
>lo for
rap.L'r, situated
Iauppl.ed with
Floor
John
ray.
i all
» ty.
Io
i
, 80 by th t t, wit . seven
ar|| «iilo, extending the
d with stone, and
iorpi
. Dairy
sunt 11 TENANT HOUSE
There i*
I bat pi» it <>l the farm I .»nting on tbu Stilt
i'oud road.
The wbel« f.
pro«iu«*cs well,
ite
lias buen heav Dy limed
ul
«nient I y into two
•ts. «»nocontaining 1.1» acres, mere or l«-.-s.
the »Still 1'oml road, and contain*
«li* .d««l «*

j 1
Irontjiig
ing the 'tenant Hou «• .m t mentiouu.l ; tl»o
other «'oiituiniliK about 2lh acres, more
1er*', with all tue other iinpr«»\ements. and
reached l'r«nii the Kennedy ville /read.
A IMut of tlie Farm will bnexhibited at the
solo, siiowing these two «livision«. aud it will
tarceD aud ul
a whole, and
uld iifhliall prove most advantageous.
THE TERMS OF »SALM ARE.
Iler« 4
in thirty
One fourth cash
«lays thereafter, at the option of the_lru
, and the balance iu threo e*iual iust&i
luent« io one. two and three year« from day
of sale, I«» be secured by tbe bond of the pur
o h a : er or purchasers, with sofurity to bo ap
proved by tho Trustee, and with interest f
day of sale.
Possession given January 1st, l87f>. with
the priv.lcgo «.I r.uediog wheat this Fait.
JAMK.S A. PEARC&.' I
Trustee,
«lay of sale.
3
aug-(t«
EXCLfJISiONS.
BXOUH8ION
TU
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Walh
1 7MRST GRA ND EXCURSION t
' iugtoii, D. (.'., from W ilmingt.m.Del., uu
Uo'r mnniiKeio'-nt of T. V. Vlumiuor. will loavo
Wilmington, I'.. W. A L. K. !»•. Depot,on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IÜ, IM7«,
A. M.
Washington, D C., nt 7
Returning, it*- , . ... » .
o'clock, i'. M.. giving nine hour« in Washing
ton. , . .
FARE lor the round trip.
Ticket« fur «ale at No 50*. Market street.
C. F. Rudolph'«. No. 231 Market street. E.S
K. Butler'«. •».«» Market street W U bilUny s.
214 street. auem©
..#5,00
DEL,
X
AWAKE.
AN
nt itut
NOTICKS.
RES 13 TRY BUREAU
Burma Will be
July 13th. 'liât.
N r OTICK.—Tho Re« i»trv
i ofiened on MON JAY,
To avoid confusion and ' e belter to »orange
meut, the city ban
und tbu time
8
and
Deluwuro
thirds
tho work of this Dopa
been divided into Suctions
appointed in which the citizens (property
Holders) in each Section aro respect lully
iiues* d to present their deed* with a correct
dote I*.ion of their property at this oUieo :
Bee oa 1st exos ids iront Marl ct t » Union,
and from Front to iovoa , 't Sticet«; Iroin July
1:1th- to 27th. , ^ •
jj, extends from Mnrkct to Union,
and from »Seventh to Thirteenth s.recta; Iroin
July '/I to August 10th. ..... ,
Section 8. ex on's Iroiu Markit to l nion,
and lro.ii TV eo-ith to Hrundywine; Irom Au
gust luth to 24th. . . . lf .
,Section 4, extends from Market to Union,
and from Front Street »South to City Lino;
from August 24tb to September 7lh.
Section Went of Market and North ol
Lrandywino; Irom September 7th to 21st,
Soetiou 0. East ot Ma.ket and North ol
Ninth streets; from September 2let to October
5th.
pro
potted
ond
to wit.
following
iiioreaaid:
to
vide
literary
building
ing
in
the
latino
the
directed,
proved
and
posed
muro
three
the
Section
Section 7, East ofMuikot street einl Irom
Third to Ninth streets; from Oct. 5th iu lotli.
Section 8. Eiwt of Market street, »nul South
Iroui Third to A street.-; Irom Get. l'Jiti to Nov
2d.
d South from
Nov. 2d to lotir*
TrunsferA of Real
Section U, Ea.d of Market
A St, u» City Lino; fi «
All Deed«, Conveyance« or _
Estaie uiudo alter .1 uly 11 tb, 1874
tered iu ibis ottice belore they arc sent to New
CoNtlo to be recortied. ,
A copy oi the Registry Law
loir the ueH»;ripiiou of prop« rly will be lui uich
a " , ' li ' ! ' lÜUUUlt M B .C. i CGNWKLL.
Chief Eng locrnnd Surve.v«»r,
1 eiilli and King Streets.
: t be ell"
d blank tonus
r.i
je/.itiu
This
bation
Aud
State
proval
act.
WlLUiNtm». Del.. Aug. 1*J, 1874.
flMIE partnership existing between tho
JL undor»<ii;nud under the firm name of Pu
pey, Scott <t (Jo., is this day dissolve 1 by the
withdrawal ot William Y. Uaiuer.
'I'lie remaining'»urtners will continue the
busiuess
and aro also authon/.ed to settle up the bust
of the late hrm.
t
l
By
I,
the
the
act
to
1878,
of
having
1er too firm niiuin iL««heretof>iie.
JAMES SCOTT,
JOHN M. SCOTT.
.1. WIN FI ELD SCOTT,
\V. Y. WARNER.
mo THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF
1. THE CITY OF WILMINGTON.— 1 Tho
Democratic Nominate
«UÏ«— -olio
Southern distiicl«, will lie held at the City
T'URSDAY. t'e *' r »th iutt. The
l at 5 o'clock aud remain
clock, 1*. M. The Votera r«*nid
poll
the north i»ide ofCi.y
emding HuntH of Sixth
poll which will bu open
nth side of the City Hull.
The Judges appointed to hold s.ui election.
uilgJO 2w
Election for A
tbe Northern and unê for
the
Hull.
polls will be op
open until 8 o'
»rth ot Sixth si root will vote
which will be opened
Hall. Tho voter«
; tree! will vote at
my
roll
t ce
N *
the
c 1
HOUTHKhN DISTRICT.
Chinks <
J»dlll All.
UUIIwli,
«« A. Plunkett,
i<k Luiuhert.
,1
P
A
Herman Kuu.
NORTH HUN lUäTKlCT.
but
ral
like
under
th«i
tho
aiula
enro
the
Jlerb
iui«*e
into
that
W illiuin G. Laugh,
E<1 wiu F Morrow,
Willi*
Albert
R. llodgion.
Thatelier. 1
John M«*S«»rley.
H. ft. Mc.INTlRK. Chairman.
Démocratie City Exeeuiive Coumiitteo.
uug!4
ROUT'D JERSEY INSTITUTE. N F.
H Fiist-cla*»» School tor both sexes
lion »Icliglitlul ami healthy; climate mild,
liiiitdiug brick: heated by steam; lighted
Railroads
telegraphs. Commences September 2. Send
for catalogue.
7 t»w
I
1 <ol«i water.
« ; ii it
by
il. K. TRA^K, Friuciikal.
F. M 0C R AT I C M F. ET l N G -M 1 LL C R K E K
IIUNDKEIL-The Denmcrati«» voters ot
tlii« lluudrcu will hobt »» uieoting at the M«*r
iiiahl, «m SATURDAY. August 22«l.nt 3 1*. M..
io, 1 ho purpose «»I nouiiuatiiig b mulrud olliceiri
Lv i.r»l«:r «if Executive C.mimitte«i,
* STEPHEN SPRINGER,
uug13- JOHN L. ROBINSON.
1)
the
bor;
timl
its
a
bo
ty,
/ U W VI > LE Dl STR l LU
lAM II f TED. Grand Gift
jucert iu niuol tb«» Mtuoniu lteliot'Associa -
u.n *»t Norfolk. Virgiul», will take place
Ski*tkmi:kr 3.1, 1874.
Abo Kentucky Suite Lottery tor tlio benefit
>1 the Universityl of Padnuch and K«»y«l Hp
i ol Cul.a ti«'k«*ts tor Halo, prize» eiiHlied
circulurs.ol informiitioii '
.JOSEPH RATES <t* CO ,
Po: t 0tli«*«» Box 42bI. VM Broadway, N. Y
N on CE - MECHANICS LOAN ASSO
CIATION have just issued 3U0 eh area
Fourth Soriea Ht«»«*k for Rule. Apply to
W.J MORROW, Sec'y,
iniiy'JOeodtf
C.
•nt
v,
by
like
t
it
the
u
No. 417 French fctreot.
> T O LICE.- JA M ES 11.LEGOS has ri
I lii« oflico to No. b Weak Eighth »-»root,
Allmomt's Building. Bri«:ks of all kind«
band at IuWchI market r»itcs. jyl ttl
«»I
• I
be
IT
It
WASHINGTON HOUSE,
1X1». *105 MARKET KTUî'IT,
WILMINGTON. DEL..
aim
said
f,tle«l ut» with
, j |,r<,ughout.by strict attention
im iim.« ilio
, lu morit a «tiaro «f lh« ,'ublio kinil
ik m,„. Table alwuya 8U[.|died will, ihe rub
Htantial« of thescuiop. Good »tabling nttpeh
is t ,j. II. IIOKS'EK. Prop'r.
f«.r tho rccep
ol guests. Having been
furniture
I « n«>w op.
Uiay22w4 m*
host
to
Imre
WOüDUALE ASSEMBLY.
FIRST GRAND PIC-N1C,
t Evening, at Mt. Cuba,
1 Western K. U.,
Afternoon
the Wilmington
id
SATURDAY, SEPT, öth, 1874.
in
ii
with
Muster of Ceremonie« -T- Y. McCULbKN,
Floor Manager«-Jam«:« Clark, Frank .Mur
«hail.
AbsiHlants — John Sowdcn, Grie MoGarglo.
Committee of Arrangements-Frank Fou«t,
John llurtmau. John MuCullen, William
Pierce, L Dmighurtv A.McVnugh. W. Mur
ray. T. Patterson. Music by Ritchie'« String
Band. aug!3-w4t
i
seven
the
and
Dairy
Stilt
VHRANDAH
ul
ri
two
l«-.-s.
tl»o
and
the
will
5
Awning Stripes 1
and
thirty
iust&i
day
pur
ap
f
with
I
THE COMFORT IN WARM WEATHER
WHICH THESE ADD TO DWELLINGS
OF FICES OR BUILDINGS OF ANY KIND
HAVE RENDERED THEM
DESERVEDLY MUR.
By the Yard,
OR
Put up to Order.
C.
Walh
uu
loavo
IM7«,
nt 7
SUP HJRNITURt COVERS
MADE TO ORDER.
» .
Washing
street.
E.S
bilUny s.
auem©
GRANVILLE WORRELL
..#5,00
830 and É 80 J 3
MARKET HTJtEEV.
j f2
TJBOl'OSED AMENDMENT TO ff TIE
X EON STU1ION or 'JL'UE biATE or DEL
AWAKE.
AN A CTpmjto.ino an Amendment to the Con m
nt itut ion for the j>urj*one of tmvowerina [he
/.tpifil'iture to cnuvt « < Jetterai Jncorporot iov
8 EOT ION 1. Ho it enacted by the benuto
and House of ltcpreHenUtive« ot the btaie ol
Deluwuro in General Assembly met. (two
thirds of eaeh house deeming it necessary anil
curriug therein, and bv mid with I no a li
bation of the Governor ) 'I liât tho lolmwinj
hereby pro
pro
amcinimunl bo amt the muon _
potted to tho seventeenth section t*» mo sec
ond article of tho Constitution ot this State,
to wit. I y adding to tho said lection the
following words, subject to tho provisions
iiioreaaid: The Legislature «hall havei power
to enact a nouerai incorporation act. to pro
vide incorporation for religious, charitable,
literary and manufacturing purpose-, tor the
preservation of animal and vegetable mod.
building and loan associations, and lor drain
ing low lands; and no attemptshall nomade
in suoli act oi otherwise to limit or quality
the power of revocation reserved to tho Logo
latino in this section.''
SECTION 2. Ami be \t further emu titl, I liât
the Secretary of State bo and ho is bercb>
directed, after tho Oovernor shall have ap
proved of tho above proposed amendment
and this act. duly to Publish the above pi
posed amendment and Ibis act in two
muro newspapers in this State, lor tho «•«»
sidération of tho people ol this State, at least
three and not more than six months heloie
the next general election tor Senutois
Representatives iu this Stale
1 /W. ^.' r ; i ;V. LESLI,Y.
Speaker id the Senate
JOSEPH DURCH ENA L.
Speukor of the House ot Representatives
Statk ok Dki.awakk. f
Executive Department.
Juno 2d. 18.4. I
pfused by and with tl
M.
I
appro»
This Act
bation ot' tho Governor.
Aud I, J oiks Ponder. Governor
State ot Delaware do hereby express my ap
proval of said amendment a« proposed in -.ml
act.
I t In*
t 'Witness my hand and the Great
l jSeal ot said State, tho day uud year
aforesaid.
By tho Governor.
JOHN H.PAYNTKR.
Secretary <d State.
State «.k Di law ark. (
Executive Depart ment. >
I, J..HN II. Payntkh, Secretary ot Hate tf
the State ot Delaware do hereby ceitily that
the above and foregoing is a true copy ot the
act entitled ' An act proposing an amendment
to the Constitution for tho purpose «.I enipnw
eringthe Legislature to «'nai l >» general In«*'»r
(»oration Liw," passud at Dover April .><l
1878, together with the Governor « apt*
of the «aid pnrposed Hiinndment the same
having been compared by me with thooiiginal
file, in this Department.
In witness wber«ol 1 have hero
1 and atlixed my
The
meat
place
JAMES PONDER.
508.
Cor
va I
roll
t ce \ I « unto net my hi...
/«itlieial «enl at Ib.vcr this sixteenth
N *- 7 ö^ / d«»y ot Juno, iu tbe year ul our I
thousand eight hundred amD'ÇvenD^dcur,
Secretary of .State.
Hon
1
Uotid
ic2Re
A MEDICINE CHEST IN MINIATUKE.
Mizhlor'» Herb Litters is imt
but a strictly uieilicimal preparation,
thoruiithly adapted to tho want« «»
ral public than any other in the market,
like all other no-called Reun*<l 1es.1t 1« prep:
under the direct personal Miper-vision
eminent Physician. S. 1». Hartman, M. L)..
th«i »enior proprietor is it regular graduate o!
tho Jetfenon Medical College ol I'nilad. lphia
aiula practicing phyBician ut large experj
enro an«! extensive practice. l«i »:ucli Ijiiiul.* 1
the public may rest mum red that Mi-hl«*r>
Jlerb Litters ii eomn«»und«*»l in «tri.-t u. «*«»r«l |
iui«*e with correct Pharmm*outu*al pnncipl««.
1 that none but thechoi test ingredient« ent« r
into its compositum
Its iuimenso «ale nlone 1« e
that it possédés merit.«»!'a high
(•liants, bankers, clergymen, lawyers, clerk«
1 other« engaged in ««••lentury «»ccup»itu»n«,
its wonderful otlecta 111 reheying
t the gene
I
ed
•»f
of
Also,
•luwive prool
1er. Mn
experience
the deprension caused_ by severe
bor; while the nie«*huni»*, taruier
timl their bodily \ igor rest
its use. , ,1,
At this season <»t tlio year, when 1m
kuiuka.Ckami'h.Colu s and kiiujre.l di««.i»l«*rs,
caine«l l»y eating unripe imita, impriment in
diligence iu cold «Irinks. e* are prevalent.
a certain, speedy and othttiual remedy will
bo found in MUliler'- Herb Litters.
The depressing feeling ««t Langu.ir or Dcbilt
ty, ineideut to the "heated terni,''
removed, the energies restorod,
vigor imparted to tbe
at
1 new lite
istruted system.
by its « 0 w, . . .
In Dyspiphia, Livkk ( «»wplaint ami At
PKCTluNB OF tu K Kiunkvb it invariably
like a churm. It is not a drustic purge
heady stimulant, violent in its operations: but
Himply a natural remedy, thoroughly
It supplies tone to
i the «ligentive «.r
it i
adapted to iitntint mituro
the Htomuch, reinvigorates
gau», stimulate« tin» «e«*retionn^ind prouioting
u rtjgulnr action of tlm bowels, enables every
.»rgun «if tho body t«» porlorni its all
gularly and without interruption.
It is the unerring certainty ot desire«! re
uph-d with the
«I
»i it
Hulls attendant
tact that it i« prepared hy a physician ol
ueneo in bin i>rofesai«m. that lias
Minher'd Herb lütter« Hopopular.und
liar a« a hcusehobl word. Turn ban ns
Mutiiki'.s nil «»ver tlio laud liave tound it t"
be tho safe«l iui«l l»e«t remedy l'or u««» in their
familion; they not <»nly give it with perfect
safety to even the youngest child, but when
usodwith caution lind it tho Batest means «.!
ensuring tlieir own health tiiiil lrccdoiu lr<
i*ury aches und pains incident to then
...... Perfectly harmless, it is just tlio r<*
needed by them to enable Nature t*> P« rt
lier functions noUirntli/. rruulnriu und without
%nntnvrnitmc: No Ladv HU«»uld me \v:tik»i:t
IT il'sho would possess the«*l* ar,blu«tinnig «•
■»lexi«»n and cheerful spirits inseparable In
sound health. It is sold by all Drugging und
General Dealers; is neatly put up ms«iuar«:
Glass Bottles, encl«»sc«l in a yell
It im«. Isold uu Draught, being utru-Uy
die mut prepnratiou, and as hu«*Ii Is eu«i«»rsjHi
by many ot tlio most ouiiueut physicians «»I I lie
country
uug.'
s hum
tho
Jy
wrapper.
t-end4iu.2dA.klp.
J3RIME
Timothy, Clover anil Orchard
Grass Seed,
DUTCH
WHITE
4 GRASS.
DWARF GERMAN WAX DWARF WHITE
WAX BEANS,
FINE MIXED LAWN
CLO VER. GREEN
VRTK, DA KK HKD K.llYI'TlAN. HAS
T1AN« SIMONS A 0T1IHH UKET SKKDS.
EXTRA EARLY DARTER'S FIRST CROP
I.aXTDS ALPHA. LITTLE OEM,
FRENCH WRINKLED AND
OTHER PEAS.
TROPHY TOMATO, HANSOM LETIUCF*
With a fresh supplv of reliable Flower and
SMITH & BREEN,
Fourth an«l Shipley.
Garden Heeds,
may2»itf
1
I F YOU WANT A FINE IMPORTED
Gorman Binging Canary Bird, go
',j W. N. CT| ANpLEK'B. toll Marmot
ftreot. aqd buy one. Ju»*t in. direct
from Europe, a large invoice ot Sicily w ***
Canary, Hemp aud Rapo Seed, which wo nr
eelHng very l° w * w _ CHANDLER.
fill Market street.
tp
TF YOU WANT THE FINEST
SAÏ.T OYSTERS finh
liu tp A. L AINSCOW. ^
711 »Shipley rtrept.
If you want the finest DEVILED CRABS,
and trcflb CLAMS m every utyie, go to
A. L. AINSCOW.
711 Shipley street.
je20d3tn
Ponder House,
MILTOTT, DEL.
J. P. IIAIt'i'f Proprietor.
T HIS lloufuha« l»«t«ly boen fitted
receives «trict attention of the
up, and
_ _ Propri
etor, and is clasned atuoug Hie best hotels
jefi-lyw
ot the Peninsula.
GEORGE VICKERS,
ATTORNKYAT LAW,
Cheitertewn, Kent to , M«i
II. w. vituuts,
ATTORNEY AT LA W, «io
d&w eD-eo
DRY GOODS.
OPENING
SPRIEJ AND SUMMBH
Ih •ess Goods,
BTACK SILK,
(nur t-r^mlly.)
English Walking Jacquets
KOK SPUING WEAK:
FRENCH FOULARD
FRENCH ,f; IRISH POPLIN,
SHAWLS, CA SSI ME RE,
WATER-PROOFS,
Till MM IN (IS OK ALL KINDS,
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
226 Mamut «tuet,
WILMINGTON.
5 OH.
501 >.
LAY AMbl! KVL•:K^ THING I
1 -Al l . AT ONOK I
alui be couviltci d
noons NEVER so CHEAP BEFORE.
Roducing Stock d( LELOW COH'I PRICES.
DRY GOODS.
ROOTS AND SHOES,
Crockery and dataware
The greulc t v
meat of goods ii
place and nflftubcr*
I tel y and thel.irge t nuHort -
ihe Suite, etmcaibir tbe
ADAMS & BRO
508. Market Mml. 50ti.
WILMINGTON. DEL.
jan 5 tl
WM. IÎ. SHARI 1
Cor- 4 th & Market Sis.;
Hon o|«'iind a lull a«««»nutout nt
NI«W AMD -EASGixAhl.il
no Die«« I'-iLii. h, splendid *4i.ulitiu « I
Uotid
Biack Silks, Japanese Silks,&c.
|
A If.
s on haud, a lull Stock «»I
MOURNING GOODS
of tho Intent ntyl«*«« and mont relible
Also, a fuit line of
DOMESTIC! GOOD!
At the lowest rale:,
WM. B SHARP,
IV«». IIH, llli Him Url Ml .
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Delaware Carpet House
1
309 Market Streot, above Third,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Theohoapoat place in the State to buy your
A
0ARPET8,0IL CLOTHS,MATTINdJ,
und WINDOW SHADES.
AT
œjanvKnr o rebe's,
3oU MAikct Slr«»cl.
N. U.—Rag Carpet woven to order at the
BlmrteHt notice, ami lowest market rate«.
tilMy
HOOTS A NO SHOES
Bl^t^bl N (x OFF
Bpring and Bummer Stock nt
(ircatlij Reduced Prices.
it
t"
«.!
lie
LÀ DIFS'SLIPPERS
ARK OFFERED AT COST.
^Jolin S. Moreland,
IV. W. Cor. Fourth & I'opiar Sis.
Jy
I well selected stock of Ladies',
«I Misses' Boot« und Gaiters,
A large
Children'«
which he is selling cheap for cipdj.
Custom
tentiou. Tho lioiu mutorial guaran
teed to all.
Repairing promptly attended to. jet» «11 v
m
rk receive« snecial ut
A HEAVY STOCK OF Sl'lUNG AND
SUMM ER
CHEAP BOOTS & SHOES,
Necoud Nl., 'J «l«»wrs We»«i of IHurltel,
The undersigned respoctfully inlorm«
hi.« Iruitul« ami the i.uhlio that ho has
h mul a large ami well uelected stock
of SPRING AND SUM M Ell BOOT'S,
SHOES and GAITERS, suitable lor Ladiefl,
Gentlemen, Miss«« and Children, which an»
manufactured from th« best material and imido
in the best, manner, and will be sold ad low a«
tho same article can bp obtained ip
any other cify. budjea an«l géhtlomcn buy mg
will have the advantage ot a largo
which t«» select.a
at oiy st
und vai ied assortment trow
tushionuble and neat fitting boot or shoe. T be
public are cordially invited to call and
nuiine mv stock and learn my ecoredingly
low pricos. JOHN K. BABCOCK.
21-tl
THOS. R. LALLY,
and
Hill MARKET STREET.
Couvcyaiicina Real Estate and Claim
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JJiJSTNKBH.
PRQPBJITY BijUGU^SOLD AND EX
Houses Rented,
Rents Collected,
Loans Negotiated,
LEGAL PAFURS PREPARE
nprlHdtf _____
CHAS. CAMBLOS & CO.,
HAWKERS anti JlKOKERS,
No 38 8. Third st .Phlladolphim
DEALERS IN (IOVERNMKNT BECHRI
T1ËS, HOLD. BILVER. *o.
bought and Bold on
Stocks an«l Bonds
coumiisBion. l'artiouiar attention given to
inventmonts. «leol9-ly
and
Propri
hotels
$1500 REWARD.
Tho above reward will be paid for
. INFORMATION
that will lead to the ARREST AND CON
VIE » ION of tho person or perrons guilty of
SETTING UlttK to any DWELLING. STA
BLE, SHOPS or other building.
"March 6,lft74-* f . J* In SIMMS, Mayor. %
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