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DAILY GAZETTE.
C. H. Johnson, Entroit and I'ropbiktou
Thk Daily Gyrkttk it* published c\ cry af
ternoon. (Sunday excepted) at 4M Market M .
{subscriber* in all
and
•Uy.
und served by curriers
parts of the city and surrounding u*
reek, payable
advance.
\ it laxes, for fix cent - a
Yearly subscribers, f«i i
THK OSI.Y PKUOCUATIV DAILY IN 1 HV.Jh T A T K,
The Pklawaiim Gazkttf. cstablidicd 1 .*1,
is the largest amt moat tl-uri.-bing weekly m
the State, and has a larger circulati
tho i'onin-ula. Publish* «I e\ ef>
lay morning. ut u year, iu adv;
l L
any other
t
srpi. ï:i d:i,
HII.MIKCnuX. Dt:i.
Democratic nominations,
slut. Titl.it.
FOB GOYFRNnB.
JOHN ! 1 COt'H l.'AN
NSW « LF « et NI Y.
inghiss.
RrrBESKKTATIVF IN
JAMES YYILL1AMS
i F KENT COl NTY,
Count il Tii hi t.
lor Sheriff—AY M . II. I.AMBSuS
1 r Carnner—RICH \KIi i.RoA I /■
STATE SENATO!:'
James H. Hat
Hem.t T» I
AVI.it, Ch,y Cv • 1: 11 1
Aj i • quiniutink,
KKl-BK. I NTO IVI »
'i'll' -MAS t. Ill BIN
I 'A ,e . 1'vi.r
Tho». b. I HiLi niN
'In,,». It..I...ME
Th«*». l'.n.i'.
Hkniiv A. N avi ,nu
Will "am 1 '
liiandywine H 1 .
AV iluiinyton.
Mill Creek,
•a.tle.

H..1 I
»n.
Li*...*
IV Ui'tldei,
1.EVY * «
• »t** I». Mem 1 1 .
W m. L. YYiuk.
\Ym. H liRl.iMT,
WM. i'* I K.
James ' ' \Vii.s*.»n <in*t
'•AMI EL Kc-BEhl . .\pp..vpllUll
hl * M Misst«. NEB
*.f Mill < Tv. t: H 1
Whit* » ! t v t r 1
K.-.l I.i* -ii
: ; « *
.k il.i
Tht- Count il Connut
ATI*
* ) TH E
Ttl Till- MI.Mbl.K-*>
* *.*l NI V *
iN YEN 1'i* » N .
- riul r tl««' rul* i tb*
l»«-m*writi* party, mil Ly « taLL-Jo-l
o>.igi-, it L**«..ui.*n loy «luty t*. 1 c. 4 u. ft
\.,u to at t »ii*l a tV.liYi-iit i**n t** U- ),< 1 1 it
S.VTT'HDAY. tin* Jbtli • 1
UL1TEMHEK. 1&74. at 11 *M- k. A M
1 . r th.- purpose » d' supplying
,n the county ti* k«t «*«•* -asi**neil Ly tl
»L clinati«*n «*f Thomas *• H»r*L 1 i •
K. pr*-.« ntative t ' tic L. p'i-latiu- to it*
Hrandvwino llnndr«*«!
* .1. It »1 LS« »N « 11 \NDLKI!.
kail IU.in
Cast l«- * n
.Ill*
.-••Pt. n, is:»
Mi t tin'/.
Ill tutu tut if Mit».
A UK.'» lUil-tim.' 'f 111 »' I'l 'll'- i : * 1 1 •
I'artv xx ill bi'b.Tl :,t M 11 'I'l.K I "'A N
,.n ÏHTKSUAY, ' " T* iHKK 1Mb. 1*71.
V'liH'k, M. It xx ill !»• ;,.Mi.'"('! b.x
■f JVnria . met
nt 12
H* *n. JIf.istv.i: Dlymeb,
IImss. r F. k'. Ha Y aud au«l Ei.i S
. A tfeurral atteiuiun* *• r»F all p.-r
VN h * » itlf* i»ppM.s.*ii t*. the
Hill, and in fuv**r«*f nu h* n»*pt nu*l «•*•*
*d th»- Stat* an*l
I /• -
Ll
ivil Ki_rht
uomieal administrât in
«iitii-ral «b verniuetit» are .•'■rdiullx inxi
t.d.
Hy order *-f the Ex©* utiv*- » '■ muntte*
WM. HEHHEKT, chairman.
The Tittle Chet ion
Take« plue.- on TUESDAY. « M | . »HER
t;th. U-tweeii ll A M andbl' M. Denn
«.. rat.s hhouhl all v**te l*i*.mptl> Mid -
Hire tile Judges* *1 th*- Kleoti-.u. :«*. I t!
Hundre.l . fli. ei .
A J)* inorrntir Mo a» Ah i/inf/
w ill Lo held in YYiluiinirt* n * 11
.ng.f th.-27th*-f or'D »HER.
Hy »ii-.h « f th- Lx* ut i\ < .intuit t —
the * v**n
Hy »ii-.h r « f th- Lx* ut i\ *• < .intuit t —
YVM HERBERT. • '1,airman.
It
M onion Sn/frof/ 1 .
man Fuffra^v
Sign
t- • haw
1 ». -la w ar* ?
wend th
A 10
t
Tim La.ii* «1 S.-natc.i -
ill
4 Ui-sti**n Ly V'.tim.' afftr
UllS 1
mat iv cl y and Lav«- L. -n laiixi«-*! L 1 -
d*»
in),' by tii«- editor of the
'There i-i n** *h .Lt *.f thi Tint j»aj»<i
I X iJi-ütly le I» *1 1" lui«,, ill"
Inti. «V.
nu n ■ 4 1 t.'luxx.ui- ujingl, iu tii,
xx,,m,-n vxliu
\
i,,., .
„■i, t., tin
-, iu)'i
'•FI'.'
polls up 'll til" pu
that Ktxi, tic U. S. S. nut. .it it- last
• itn def.-at main
ly t • the «L1- and untinnt: • \ ]•—it« n
th«- Delaware -n.ii i - Hayard and
.^aul.-.huvy. iie-i* n t «iLit.d doubt
that it the editor >»f tin- 4.V*»/«mere* il had
been in the Senate h • wouM have voted
for a bill giving nenro u* i.icn th< raht f •
ch\ He could not have escaped it -he
lms V*evn th* champion "f woman Mif
frago—and with Tilt n received the ca
alel vx he h •*»
■-i*»n
losses c*f a adey Mant-*n. .Susan H An
thony and, w. regret t" say. Mis- Anna
Dickinson. It i-kn unthat the Onim**»-
r.al does n* t l. J.r. -ent the entire K« ]»ub
lican i*arty ; that it has produced irreat
distraction in that party Ly the intro
duction of th- fanatical \ i* m - of Tilton,
Beecher, Cad. y Mant* n, Mrs. Dr. Walk
er, un.l the BD>«.*ni. rs p» n»-ially. Since
its leaders have Lecom«- involved in tho
dis.-uäsion < t th- Ih«** klyn b< andal the
Ooi*i»*ifZ<»ci / has aL-taincd from advu. at
uik' its pe. uliar vi.-w - up*n tl.i «jm-sti-n
of negr° woman suffrage. Lut itadh.-i. i
firmly t- tin- m-asutv as pr«-.-;* nt«*«I to
Wluli it i* in. un tliat
tlio S.liute
Dèorgc H. Fisher n «
rights men and a promin.-nt « undidut«*
of tin- Ct
Senate, and tliat tin.* « andidates .»n the
l.egis.latiy«» ti* k.-tw«n- nominated with
u special view t«* th«.* eh .-liou «*f that
pentleuiall Ol* h«»ln«* *.»th«-r iladi. al hold
ing like views, it heroines the duty «d
«•very Delawarean w ho has any pride in
his State to vote down these fanatical
ideas, and let their advocates, with the
advocates of th«* Civil liiwrhts Hill know
that there is nouse in attempting t*. fas
ten euch alx»niinati«»ns upon the L* u»(
of Ib-laware.
»* • t the
•man -
rcnil fol the I lilted St.it«
Hekchkk Tilton. Wi* ilo not intend
to trouble our muh-rj with much more
<»f the filthy s.-anclul ^rowrinu out of the
dispute Let ween H»*cclu*r and Tilton.
Hut after the last statement »»f the lat
ter hav«j come to the i-oneluaion that
w hether the latter children of Mrs. Til
toil should be called Beecher or Tilton i
one of thu things that a "t*.-llar can't
find out."
"Tii.' intimation of the ibiadt,' 1 h*j'
i Vuuvrats have gt'.nttjr iot-»'i'"»t l * 1 t**"
•OBporitï of tho State than tlio li.'i.nl'
isiittcrly without foumUitioU.
leans
Hepulh\m.
If w»' ma l.* tin* intîmatmn ««Ifni -nl-ve
,• Le.-n t.» tin* K«-i>ulJif in

it liiu-t Ii:i
indiv nlu.il L'-puLli. :tn
I
lot to
pnrt.v.
\n«| tii.- intimatimi ma t be trim, in* e
»•nlllp* *-**«1 * d
tii.- LV|.nidi an v:uty i
alw.ut oi|ual numbers of whit os and iî?
ii« I uiifriitful Mini «1» ; tituto in
liilr tin* I» ill • i.itir party I
■ 3 t-il mi tin-I y .d \.lut- null, not« *1
ut. Hi;', in v. indu try an l fru
ll.il .lilt :i
(vuip
f*.r fin i
p.ditv
IL.- pull i Mil < aj s tiiitln l
Flu* lii*puldi*'.ini have slu»wn Lytho«i
l..vt>, d ..«u li try ;»n«l th«*ir -
- urd lahoi t.. i r,t down r< lallion.
th .t th.*y ar. worthy ««t tni't and conti
ionce. rhoii ntimi I pi pot it ^ :
p* nds up<*n tin - pro -périty of tho State.
nation the a«1« of
lint tho c«nuli
l!.,
art
lift
No « ii call- m qi
Republic ni - i- eit i/< n
tion td tlu* country where tl.c Kepuldi
purty hau ha<k • oiitrol proven that
L- t • eorrupt t • V«
that party li:.' b.Vfi
triutvl
ok what
1
itli poveinmetit.
rioint i. T.-t ,
tie parti lia» ■! ne in
,i , .lin i and
have !.. . n
1, ni ailla, h ,11 a . ■ nt 1, *
All the-e Slat,
b bt.. and th. ehar.n
tin y have », nt t ■ Coll
.ill» adopted b» '■ ' Ur,
d, vT.ieed the nation
Arkniisa*.
run inf*.» ruin*»UY
ter of t !
jrr* ;• and t lu
ll. ,i * l.- ti *n lift
1U*
d
We are imh hte
(Irr: l'.' NPFl' I'FET
t.. Frail.
« itj I 1 ■ 1 111 •
Y ui* nt I 1
.phi. t * * lit limn.' tl
\Y. 11 * y, li. v
t .. p
lit - l Ml J a 11 l *
t. i i * i •>
-tateui
in.» «Mil ).. ii.lt d City ih l't t** I **• >«■.!" 212 *«
- *T tl«*
H i tho siioo.
1 lie pi" P-. t
Aei ieultnr.d i.xlobiti-'ii at Middlet,-'
«I tup
inn ■ .11
Th* i 11 c t«»r tin r**i
nly V 1 '*V in> In.liiu* 1 li«
v ryHripht.
fr*v.
I ..* u Reading bailo.
I Mtintil I hj ill mi.
.fi»t :|»cecb| in
puveruiueii»,
, h u «ei -1 d* ly any man to point
_ l c.,' wl.eic.l.y 1 tie del .ultj.'f any
« ' ! ss of t hi* public
\\." The lioelii tl I« xd*
h a 'cba'.l* 11^0 as that.
S» n it or Rivard, in a
ppt tkiiig ol !»• niocrati
Delaw
out ;i*
Democrat i< ittieial,
m.iiu-v ha h* cn cau
,0
er$
An Hours/ Confession.
' 1 11 *- iiepuLlieUll
îere
Ih-eollie tile refug
«.t . • 1 1 upti«*n aiul hyp«'
al»»»ut tiiu*' 1 *r all h«»lli-.s
springfi**!*!.
Mas.*-.,
.. I « - t III ei»1lti'SM* II
party La 1 •»•«•ii the party • *t s
m* ial up n. It h;t
. t
> peep
'
It
t. t "Ilf ,,f if .
lull
I h t t iril JUt/his Hill tl Mt tts
tn i of tin Hf fiuhlifttu Fill-Ill.—
Is it Constitutional.
Fr* in the N. YL Trime-.
An insl.im « 1 in point, ami »-i«« t
v.h'u li the Ki pubUi «n party Nvuiihl H
well t*> pay lnnru <ur»iul :itti-ntL»n
1 l»ail it lias Hum- \ • t, is tin- S' nale
( i\il HigliLs Hill. The im a**un Le
L. » n iu D rms, or Ly inferem jn«L*r>
.-.I by s. vi ral Ib puLli. an enuveiitioii
in tlii North, though it has
a very « «•« >1 ret eptio
c ans of the South,
w hen it was before the House la -1 *
mir own Hisappi .\a
Hut it «lands on t,ie i ab-ml.ir *•
use with tin- indorsement ol tlx
alb.I u,
:
eOel Vi-i
by the Kepnbli
U e iii'1 not lie-it at t
i»*n 1 • • * \j»rr—
« »1 it
th. 11«.
S. nut. . ami it D lik. ly to be
fui action out*. wa\ or mint ber i » * .1
In our opinion il i' a bill
w inter.
wliicli gec-ks ««me iTuLiiut Worth >ci-k
•j
at all, unci -< « k other v.-ry *.H
t iiiir. lv Iipvoml tin
NUT
m.a
It
.*t ( 'oiiL'ri---.
|p«_*it îmatc
c*. t * »
CIS
til
I.I'l"
tiiw tin- coh
It j nal "ciijuv im nt of tin* ti icon i in oil a
-, :nl\aiii-.s-j« - lac iliti« -, ami privi
-, public • *'iiY.-y on t - on
land und wain, tin iln - and otliei
uinUM im nts.
tail t<* find any win n in tin ('onstitu
tic.n any mitliciritx lor tin- tissiimplion
by C , i»n\rrr«s «-f the- ri-.'lit t*» r«*utrol
thcatri or inn*. hipI it H i xi-td. w.
cpio-ti'.'ii ve ry 1 i « » u -1 y it »t would be
Yv. il to • M-n is ( it in tlic-wav projiosccl
i ht bill al-o '.uaranttes cipiality in
tin- roh ftnt.-iirc - 1*1 common -< liool- and
public- institutions ol h .min«.', suppor
t* H iu w !»..)(• t>r in p-.»rt by p-nc-rul tax
This certainly, <> l:»i as it is
i tirc- e ducation to the up*
1
.
t Iu
Ui
plac i > » I publit
by
at ion.
mount t,
cr.). - iiur**«-«not (.nly a praHwortliv.
hut a iKd -'ury ulijc t' cl loaislation.
T!u ji, yro, -: must Le rduciiti»!. It
the Status cparattly will not <(lucni"
tlicjn, llu FiLcrul Uovi minent will l„
Hut
compelled tv» liud lucniicto do so.
-ar. ly n«« one will pr. tend that among
the means authorized by the ( omditu
ti* »1 of the l nit. «I Mates for lliis pur
p.-r i- th«i subjection to a he a vy Jim
of school tea. her« and trustees an Dr. r.
fu«e to r* « ( \ vu blac ks w ith whites in
State cliool-. Thi-method of yottim:
at the propo « d «»bp < t at br -t c luin*-y
and feeble. But it i d clearly
constitutional, c-r. yv. might say. extra
C<-li't »t utional
» . w yy « be ' <ui ti ieiul v, ho t li i n k
that Ihi** laet may ;.b 1> b. disre^aidetl
to remember that out < bser\ aiic<- <*t the
t'oii-titution L ab-«*lut« ly e ssential t
.-nabi, in tu C* itipel cdh. rs to c.Intv.
it. The- '-audity «1 the fundamental
I ; i xv 1 7 all th.it staud- ill the a\ ay of the
payment *»f tin lie bel debt, or « < »in pen
*ati«jli loi -1 ;« ves, or, to bliiii» the com
down tothe Yery lii'ht- YXcaic aipuing?,
ill«- «»V« rthlow «.t \i n theeix il i igh! ol
the c^h-r« *! people. If, in .»ui « Horts
to promote negro education, x\»
asi.l« 1 he n« < < -ity «»I a dire*« t ant hot i
tv Iront the Constitution, c an yv. e\
pcct tin i )« moi l at-, it lh«-y ftltotdd gain
ill«* power, to let the Constitution pie
\ cut them Iront helping tln ii aneient
find prese nt li i.-ml- ? \\ e arc threat
eiiitiL' the ( '«mstilutiou horn a p. 1 1 « « t
ly pood motive, but good motives in
polities ar«- leebh- ;i*j c«»mpare«l with
-ellisli om * ami a < .institution w hi« h is
violate.I bv the om- will nut r«-**i t the
* . t
lorcp of tin other.
'ITh* rights w ti ich 11t«* uiiicnded Con
t i I ut ion ««:«» intcmleil to siciue ui,
i ni I >< ,rl;i i j L and clear,
he lirtnly enforced,
that anieiidmeiil to « over a « rowd
thin).» it wiisdicver meant to cover, \«(
shall only break duxu it»capa( ily loi
U'clullne»« altoirellier.
• ought t.j
III«
Dut it yy « -irai u
i
:
'I lie l l iai 'd <i(( « ideal \\ Api>lctou
and Huliurt N. \V (,(>d«vuith for «Jidj,-/
lin», (fâOtf.OGIJ Irom the Statu Bank of
Nuxx Brunswick, N I began jester
•lav.
\
Il.ill. Rcnithl .lohnst.».
III *i Yl V :: v. 'ON TUE T ni ItflAK V «.GESTION
VuiiK, 8 «*i*t 22 .—linn. U«*venl>
)olm*'*ii, in ;i It'ii tiiv «•« »iiiniiiHic*:it ïi»n
. r "... n.-...t.i .. h:.)!-..... .v. KU;-.,.,
Ills \ UW • nil til«* L"UII»llil «|ll»>l mil.
Ni:'

uiisidrr- I b it tl». I'n id.-nt c«»ininitt«.d
i»n « imr in I oi'Tin/inn Ktdlcuçfi u .
(li.Tcrnor. 1 hr nmi'iidion, 1 ».»wi*v<m\ I
lin v• i>*jt keen »mule. it vv**s absolute iuuI ,
filial. and tin I »«■• >i»lr li id lu» rijrlil In
n .i! 1 -» arms a-cain t it
I In r. i'j nal lull **t Kt II« - '
anti ili< Lieut. Oovornni
rIn t'lnll
||o f:tVn|-s
M. I.in n
un I 111 li' Id
in r ot . in w
in i m/until nt (
Tin , lr<li..m. il.i- full vs ill cl. i itlo
ill, ]» ,1 i ti<-itI i mnplf'.i.m "I m " * 'in -
,jr. i In thi-* Imre a lnati. r of
■m at importiilUM Tin |irns|n cli.liov*
i v, r ar. tlnttorintr: brilliantly t-o for
I'lir Hadinl parly i"
ich. 1 ilmvii with -lu ll an i xrc
(irruption tli it il lia' luit a f. 'V upolo
■li't. in it ■ i.'vn r oil.', and . ircclv a
Hrpulili. all journal .Iciyii' a ilrfr-nro
tin Demoi t i. v.
of
TV I
m Mn Chant — In a iiiyl. day
while |e was eonvivially .bunk, on
lie A/1, élut» —the citizens
ant.led .
i tal.li h. d a re
Lovernmi nt, law
I th. a . i ui. ily return
1 1 ,, u< M mornim:
itli a lieadaelie
I iniatioii onteriii"
teniiiiiini'
of a yrcaî State :
, rthri w a non; er.
pul, li( an form ol
tally ele, ted ill
( I to 111
Mr. tirant wnke.l up
anil i"Ued a pri
"tnrt.iilent aud .li "ideily petsons to
"l.r.itliei in law l a
(M-rytliinir was
A litlle more
ill end Cr.ml In nl no doubt
nia
hum* ".
A\\
V. \ ll 1 III » It tl - I lilt
'•nuit t an*) » » 1 * 1 « l ♦ v
1 ~ * ■.
I
A if . . M /.
b - I i^liioimMr
i« M*its this sum
i llu- waittis AY4n- llu* H:iUohtei>> ul
mi'iiln »riii 1 ' Limifi's.
im l:»l * - li.i nu*, lin y arc
dont- their wmk m> leuiarhably well
Hint many of tin
true««^ parted lrolii them with
mall, i t : , inline uUaeluiunt.
pill» ihn» train ullieieiit for their win
i. i sch.'iditit. or that of their brothers
> lot- their extra
perhaps for their marriage
I hex .
In many ol tin'
Ni,ill, ein mountain
Act unit'd liv
• ml to Ir.ivi
more kindly of tin
even'
These
1 slstel's, ol
lim n i i
« *iu
• hie
•rt-uvi t, m
anil m t li»*v ttre « • ! leu
purl i
iliiiiL» "t lit«
. usilileanil d a. UaLli^tliey le arn
mstii itv ami
keen.
Letter
m<uv leiiucineiit.
1 - :« ! i« l less
.1 tin- Haiti
ami t Hiio Kailroail is Deiiiir built
till .
. mV lint l J tlil e *
t hit .IL-O e\te
Tl.
--I* *11 *
mun
lo| t .oh.
; i mu
ON » T Sh tM» I
|>t*r mile.
Tho l aliforula vintage this season Is
timateil at 10 , 100 , 000 gallons nfiainsi 4,
ooo,OoO la.->L year.
Mel,rath, the own: f of Tom Bowling,
like Andy Johnson, U t/an life as a tai
lor. Now look at him.
St. l,onis has ju-t opi ne,1 'Mho l/ig st
stock yards in the will Id " « hicago yet
to he herd from.
U the dilutes ut the I'nitatian i'on
vention at .'saratoxa aie diy. they ran re
pair to tho spring.
,\t Arenher« they keep houso and
m ret'absolutely us th< y were in the
In,,, i.i -on iioiteuse.
\oi Very \V*II."
bodily discomfort, whuh
. ].»»itiv*- illne-?. an*l yet is
ith health. »•* often aptly d«
A 1 -el il
agu
■ I,
■ - ut ;
t.i,, i I v the phrase, "N'*»t very well.'' 1 l.i
?es Ir**
w h n ii is 1
I a deficiency ol
iuire*l t- keep the
and healthful
* ikne u s has too fre
lu.g usubll> :
1 *
nervyu- 1
x Kal ina« hin« ry in x ig r
>*er\
from
lie,
abide
made
to
tw*i
•j ut nt ly tuni-d out t*»
1 m 1 1 o t any doubt in tbe
il) tuuction^
eriou- mnla-l)
nrilter. 1 1111 « -tivity **1 the 1
ly hege I.- then deranycmeiit as caute pre
*le- 1 Ut* t. . , _
It ir then f**re al -olutely c -ential fur tho
at ion of t* ilth peihapsot life
that thi* warning lu uia la- promptly hee*li«i.
1 li© » a - *• *lo<- • li'.l a dm il ol *lcla)
th«- ,-y»t« m a» « n- e and tüc« tuully v ith H" -
lettti .-D.ttc-r- -, hat pi-.-rle - inviüorunt which
•w htalih and strength iuto thu
-i di-eatc more surely
1 ? pi -tepted by
17to24
.
Revit a
by intuGni
.->;tiiu. protecL
iljjn * v er Knight * f obi
arnu-r *.-t pi f ug on;t the 1 - •
the
agi
Ji. i X li S .1 A II HA VK Fits.
tât
f
.8II1ST N ATiONL lt/VNIt
OF WILMINGTON.
Depository of the i'ublic Moneyp,
and
FmAiiriul Agent »>1 the Units.! States
£
EPWAFxD BETTS, President,
1
GEO D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.
§500,000
k
the
ol
i
e\
pie
« t
in
with
is
the
PhIiI up C«pliHl a
Rbila.iolithia as*l N<
iiirbci to regular I»ei»m-it*»r; tcitbout « I. arg©
Y'.*rk r.Ycltbm.e fu*-
DDoount day*. M .Ddas »- and TLunday*. at
8 :o(t A. M.
Hi RECTORS
0«-orge YV. Bu.-b,
F/«i Garrett.
hua T. Ile-l i.
" illiaru Tutnall.
Cleuirnt li. Fmyth,
larael Pu*©y,
Henry S. McCoinb.
Daniel Jaine?,
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1
K.lwaril Lett-.
Tin: arti/.hs mum;-» bim»
&02 Mutkcl Street,
Incorporated I tt.ruarv 23, Ltd.
Own t'* rt-oe'o e *i**|...* it daily from M A. M
uitil 4 I* M ..
e.cniiik« Irom 7 to h o'eloik.
A M.MLANM AL DIVIDEND,
i
Tut day and F;tlurd;»y
I
rent. b:i«« been regularly paid on
of fix i
dei-oMtu, mire the ion ol tha Bank.
tue LY|»«*Utii»u "I i bo Munager.s,that
t bi« rate <*f dividfndi a ill l»e continued.
YVben dividend«
are accounted
d*i'OfiU coiiii-ouud lb«>ir inlere .t twice in each
. t
and it
not withdrawn, they
del '»Bit.* . Tbus |>ei luaueut
year.
VIAXA/j'KRS:
William IIillcb,
C'LRMKNT B. bM YTH,
Cm am. W. Howlamd.
Natman'i. R. Ri shoM.I Kuwauu DabLlMMlOM
Hknmy F Dl* k k.
K* M. ,>TOT,*iKN HT VO,
Gk.bge YV. P.rsB,
GloftOR S. CAPkLI.B.
M. L. Lu U TEWHTK 1 M,
Job II. J A.'gHnii,
WM. II. SWIFT,
AniHkMY 11 l(i(i IKS,
WM -S. HILLER, 1'rotider l.
Gio. W.Br,H, Vic® Fr«üid«iit.
(«bit— tj
ui,
\«(
loi
E. T. Ta yi.uk, Treirurer
t.j
u
CHAS. CAMBLOS & CO
• «
:
HA NK HRS and HKOKF.RS.
No 38 S. Third St -Phlladolphl".
DEALKHS IN GOVERNMENT SKCURI
•riBR. GOLD. HILVKK. Ao.
Et«*ck» and Bond* nre bcught and eeld on
commission. Particular attention given to
investment*.
of
Jeolvlr
AdlilCFhTVRAT FA I Its.
ANNUAL EXHIBITION
A11 It U A L tAniDMIU
. .
ehester Comily Agricultural Society,
* D
.
I
, f^EPT. 30 OCT, 1, 2, 3 1874.
WtST CHESTER- PA..
$5 OOO
I»;Mi JMIIMMS
The largest i remium list ever *-fftrc«l in the
County.
-lior.s in
^Y^• invito competition fr
every department ol Agriculture
culture.
all
t li.Ttl
TRIAI.' "f MACHINERY ON Tilt HS
TlAY, OCT. lo.
TRIALS OF SPEED AT 2 o'clock. ON
FRIDAY and SATI RDAY.
IIIRKE RACES EACH DAY.
for which
Fifty Horses linvo been Entored
all-known
Am >ü(ï thvl
TROTTING HORSE?
« Dill. Sud© Kurtz Aimic Colli«. N* r*
ni. Dinah, Liz/.io K* Her. Fffie. Geld
DuM. An*ty Johusoii. Lady Atkinson.
Twilight. Lady Norway. Hannah
1» . fioony I>*M*n, l»mu«»nd
Stale, Fannie Frown,
Champion Morrill.
i PUiladcIpbiA, it nil
1 tliimt.rc* I'cnti il lUilrA.ads. will sell
The U
Ci
tor
EXCURSION TICKt.TS
At reduced rate-*.
F.*r Premium i«-t nn*l lull li'tof entiie-, ad
dress the Secretary.
.. r .(l Ota.
Ab MISSION
Clllbl'KLN
.BS "
LA AN ROGERS. FrcCt.
, c cp' 2 ld* w
RTGISTEIC'S ORDER.
RroipTKR's OkFirg,
New Castle County, fc-ept. P>ri».lH74
1 pon the application of HOSE DOl OH
Ell TV. Administratrix ol Patrick Dougherty,
late i*f New Castle Hundred, in «aid County,
il< * ea>ed, it it-ordered aud directed by the
KikUttr that Administratrix aloreaaid,give
notice ol the Krantiug of Lcttcia Aduiiuis
tratiun upon the Estate of thedeoeaaed, with
the date of granting thereof, by causing u«i
Ycrtiaeiuents t« be posted within forty da)*«
h lictters, in six of the
m>at public places of the County ol New
Castle, requiring all persons having demands
against the L.-tate, to present tho same, or
abide by an Act of Assembly in such case made
and provided. And also cause the same to be
inserted within the same period in the Dela
ware Gazette, a newspaper published in
YVilmington , and to I*© continued therein
two months.
the date of
fr
Is
st
. » Given under the hand and Seal of
4 i.. 3 . office f\ tho Register afore?aid, at
'*—' New Castle, in New Caatl© County
aforesaid,the day and yea» above written
B. GIBBH, Hegi-ter.
NUTICK.
All person* having claims against the Le
tnte ol th© de«-©aj*ed must present the taiae
duly atti-Fte.l to tho Administratrix, on
l*»-|.*r© .September Path, IhT.j, or abide th© Act
of At- t-mhly in such ca«© mnd© and provided.
KO.sE DOUGHERTY.
Admiuutratrix.
A'hlres—New Ca*tl©, Del.
RegiBtei'a Order.
sep' 22 -w 2 ea
is
Rkgistki* Offick,
Ntw Ca*tlc C.iBnty, Augu 3 t 2 f,th. 1874. *
Upon application of Samuel A. Arm?t-ung,
Administrator of Frances Armstrong, late ol
App<"|uinimink hundred in said county, de
i-i iM-.J; it i* Ordered and directed by the
Kegister that the Administrator aforesaid
give notice of the granting of Letters of Ad>
mmi-trution uixm the Katate of thedeceaned.f
l.i
the
with the dateof granting thereof, by causing
advertisements to he
from the date of sue
st public places of the county of New Cas
lie, requiring all persona having demands
against tho E-'ate to present the same or
abide by an Act of Assembly'in such case
made aud providod. Aud also cause the same
to be inserted within the same period in the
Delaware Gazette, a new.-paper published in
Wilmington, and to be continued therein
tw*i month*.
pu-tod within forty days
h Letter*, in six of the
Given under the hood and teal of
office o! the Register aforesaid, at
Dover, New Castle county aforesaid,
the day and year above written.
B. GIBBS Register.
NOTICE.
All I'crdons b«xi&K ol.iuis againut the Es
tât j , ( (he dfeeawd mast present th, rame
uuly uttL-slexl tx the Administrator, on ( r tie
f ,re Auso.t 2iith.l875, or ahitle the Aet of
A.'CmbO in such rase made and ur,.\ ided.
MUEL A. ARMSTRONG.
A«'ministratnr.
uug' 2 Sw 2 m
Addrcas-Smyrna. Del.
in
.T. C. FUKD,
1 IH M.vrtmca' STHKKT,
YVILMINGTON. DEL.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
AT
Stoves, Ranges» Heaters*
[ Plain and Fancy Tin Ware,
Hanse FaruisHins Goods. Geuerally
Metal Rooflng and Bponting,
Repairing and Jobbing done i*roinptly and
FatirUct*»nly. jy 2 t>tf
FOR SALK AXO RF.NT:
M
1 R0R UEN 1 —New House, No. 1421
! Ilarrbon street, eleven rooms,
all Uioderu iui|iiovtuuuiUi. buy win*
d«»ws, three Et.iiiee. Foesetmion u>
once il dei-ireJ. Inquire at 1411 Harne»
i treat. feb 2 b-tf
on
riMJK
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
!\o. 4 W. Third Hire«)..
Fix |*or cent, intercNt, Open Tuevday^ and
Saturday eventng.s a.*d ev«iry «lay
( n\ mUiV*,"Tria. r J .'i'" \V X ÏL*6.. Yt.!\
»1-tf
M,
John K. Millor. «'Inrk.
I'4)K LOAD
UAK ANU FINE KINULINtl WOOI>,
l.
1'ither xeparato or mixed. No small wagon,
a g.»od big one heaped u|>.
AtniOTf A McKINNKY.
f»W Orange a treet.
• «
sepl bn
F YOU WANT TUB; FINKST
I
SALT OYSTERS
on
to
• >u to A. L AIN SCO w,
711 Skiulcr btreet.
yuuw»nt (be (seat DKVII.KD CRABi
tresb CLAMS in every stjle, no to
K. !.. AINFOOW,
711 Sbiidei ctr«»>;
If
au 1
ieSuJtm
i:pi < I TioNAr.
RUGBY ACADEMY,
A C0LLW1ATE SCHOOL 1 ' HOYS.
MASONIC TICMi'I.W,
WlbMIXGToN. 1»KI...
I) K. S.iHI ICI Il.ill# /» I'll . I. «..
••l-.l I
I
n .-HN
1 ex per <
a dnidcd »un* 11 • •
A**'-Ted bv able .
Tins institution
parunents,
PRIMARY, JUN10U
!
j It.
I
id SEM0H.
The instruction in evorv D«i-uitiuent . js
tern »lie an*l thoronph.
The Sclniol • • H• *■ luit l*
ÜLLEGE COUUSE; «
*.IN1NESS : an«l in D
MERCI A L BRANCHL* receive
tent > on.
b FALL TERM OPENS
MONDAY. NRPTICJIIIMt ?lli»
Tha Princii sil can 1
cvcrv dov tim week li
Parents wishing to cut *
arc invited to call.
• lion fol a
• I pn-lr ri ed. t■ -r j
r ca-e CnM- !
r.reful lit !
V:
11
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fr.
In IJ (.'. 1 . , I: I
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WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE,
I
1
032 FR^.Nf'lI M'RTIKT,
lift .1 WARE,
WII.M INiITON.
FALL hKôàlON AVI Lb li' .Ci
Hir.l'TllIMHKK 1 «*( 1..
REV. JOHN AVIldOM, A. M.
I- I ,ll, -ii at.
10 ; t
bU||l ( *- lm
Delaware Collo^o.
next Celli k ale year l.eiiuf ,,n
T
WEDNESDAY, 3eptembar 2.
Each member of the L<gi iaturo his ar
puiutojeiit- to two free Scholarship«*.
api'l, t"
For Catalogues cr inf,Tire
the Fregident,
I
[
V4M. II. PURNELL. L. L. D„
Newark, Delaware.
j>37-2ai
VV. A. REYNOLDS
CLASSICAL dt MATHEMATICAL
INSTmJTK
f * A ■ Un y and Hoanllug School,
WILMINGTON. DEI .
The Taylor Academy,
»(Formerly Taylor A Jackson's Academy,)
WILMINGTON. DEL.»
A BOARDING AND !DAY SCHOOL 1»R
BOTH :SEXh>\
WILL REOPEN
Nlnlli Monti, (Stpicnbcrj 7ili, 1ST».
For Circulars and further infurmath.n.
Address J. K. TAYLOR. Principal,
je34daw3m
Wilmington, Del.
J^UGBY ACADEMY«
A SELECT ENGLISH. CLASSICAL AND
COMMERCIAL INSTITUTION.
Masonic Temple. Wilmington, Del,.
SAM L W. MURPHY, A.M..M.D.,P*i*ciPxi..
Assisted by experienced Instructors in tbt
several departments of the school.
FALL TKRM OPENS SEPT. Ttb. 1874.
For Catalogues, apply tx>
Boughinan. Thomas A Co's.
i
I
j
j
i
SPECIAL.
Ciiri»t D«;|»;itini'it*.
WE OFFER A LINE OF
ALI» WOOL
0
Ingrain Carpetin
O'
:
b
For the extromcly low price . t
85 cents per yard.
in do-intiie patterns, und our new deMKO? r.t
;
|
Lowell aud Hartford 3 ply
and Ingrains
t
AT l'RuFoRTIGNATKLY' LOYV BhICLS.
GRANVILLE WORRELL y
S20& 822 Markot street,
Masonic Templo.
YVILMINGTON. DEL.
«51*12
HOOTS AM1 SIIOCS
!
SKC.LIJNC 1 OKI«'
I It
Bpring and Bumnror Btock nt !
dreathj Reduce / Pedes, i
LADIES'SLU*UER<
*.f
i
!
ARK OFFERED AT COST.
John S. Moreland,
N. W. tor. Fourth & Poplar Sis.
A large and well *el«»cte«l stock ot Ladies',
Children 't and Miches' Boot* and Galten
which he in selling cheat» for earth.
Custom work receives sneciul at
tention. The best material guaran
teed to all- , .
Kot»airing promptly altendo .1 to. j©<> dlv
m
I
M FR CM A N T TAILORS.
lilhauden.
m
# /W M —
NÈ (rehaut Jail
/vV/ As / r /s- ti'
:
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mi 7/
a
a.
IIA X IS.
KltimtiniM »ml Help \V«nle«l,un
der thla rlaa«lflr«( Ion hratl, nre pub
lltthrd Ht n»»ljr Titre« Cents per line
for raeli Insertion.
ANTED A 1»«»\ wh«» r;tn feed a Taylor
Cylinder I'n 1 ^ Apply at thla office.
w
ANTED.- Wilmington Goal (las Rtock.
Ad lroi ' 11." Gazette letter box
W
an Mil
TOlKT'. JAMES II. REGUH has removed
In- > flin«
Allnmnd's Building,
It. i n.l at luwehl market rates.
No. »> Went Eighth street,
Pricks of all Muds
Jyi4tf
I Ttolt M.K--Tm* Mope Building and Loan
i A . nii' i). i* M«* «»tiering shares, iu
©lie.*, Apply to _
I NO. E. MILLER Roly,
ai. 4 end f* I- Cor. «»f Mrd.and Maiket £h
on
the 4
A /; If A /> VElt TISICMEXrs.
AGI 1 T3 WANTED FCU
Prof, fmvln's t.teal Work
1 II»« ir Mutun \
. P.»w ei, etc.
• in M.tt.l
Ihl.r-i*
. »I. L:
!:»• loll* . I
Lj
I fi
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• ell
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pages a lei terms to
d »*»• wit\ it 'ells Ihster than **ny
Alin «. NATIONAL I l D
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it?
Aim
..III».
LL HING (' lTidadelphia. l a.
hook.
Walei
ï
-Üleeli
c b
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Wüsliiiiïlii!! University
: PHOOL OF MEDICINF.
it v 1.1 iMonr. >ii).
. will begin <^c
Fcbruary - -Hi, IN» '.
• Get crnl Dm
h : .'.»pie 'uaterial h»r Glim*
1 . I'*..,- catalogue, with in«
1 M lustruction. Fees.
i :
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g. A e . addro*«
l l Id', ! > A Y . M. P . l'ean.
nt mil
O'l *1 li A
.1 , 1 EMA1.K COL
xtion. lieulth
■t Hi« moat
,ii-laiiifd in
OlllH. x I"'-'' N i x
bi'icti: ih.,.
I fill and h . 1 ! 0 !'
[ f ir, fully : 1 > ■ t
stitutians in t '■''l't'. I -*e h* I' d. I
lt,v. .toll N ll PI. A K Hid. A . Ih. l>.
dre
Peach frees ! Paaeh Trees!
HRAVY STOCK.
New ;i il h a d i u ü Kinds
by I 0 , 01:0
«1 SVO per t < on ; U
l i «-i s a n.l p ant * u
w n.'. Jt* I All A. liObEU'IH
I'mi.i. < ht*t» r County, l'a.
S - h
« loi lor c.il Com»* *•
/ d
. Tenus Ine.
**• *s A «'
day ut le.i
pci
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.
M. «i -
«hwey;V.\ v, iU K 1 M " 1 "
^ / A Ir'vVr'ik.rt
YlCKERY A C«'.. Ai:gu>tH, Maine.
;ih* Agents in the
M,'I IIINu *•
»ORDLNTOWN iN. J ) FK'IALF Oil.
» f.l il . Il, r u . t. j n struct iun. II call t>
• 1 hen uf if ill locnfii*
i
Une « 1 the n
ltl
car ©fully <*•
t II I lOI. t* Ml til •' »it«-.
H. Lit A K Kl.F Y . Ph. P.
F» r t.
Uiv. .1 «
huy coons.
O P K N IN O*
(THING AML bll MM EH
< m (»»(Is:,
sjaaK.
I >i
UI.ACK
ih>
tiii'Hsh V Jidjiu Is
RING WEAR:
KKENCII KOI LA HI*
FRENCH ,f HUSH 1'OI'LIN,
SHAWLS, CASSIMEUK,
\V AT lx H-F ROOFS,
j TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS,
i M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
220 Market street,
WILMINGTON.
FO
0 O 6 .
50«.
I.AY ASIDE EVEIxYTliING i
Cl AI iL A'F ON OK I
J t-e conx in« J
•DS NEVER > c CHEAP
: liediu'ir.g Mock », t I l-.l,GW , 0 T PRICKS.
fi.
EFORF.
DRYGOODS.
; ROOTS AND SHOES.
| Crockery ar.d Glatsware.
Th© great c t variety
ment if g.
t Use an 1 i.:
1 tl.c Urges! a**-rt •
tlio Si no, I« i m € m t>» i iLe
iber.
ADAMS 6t BRO.
501». Market Streel. 5(ki.
y
W1I.M1SUT0N. Uhl..
j .Ii ! tf
YVM. 15. SllAKD.
Coi*. 4th & Market Sis.;
! Hu n| « no i u full as. * (Untni tf
NEW AND F Ai: ON ABLE
Dr:-. « 1- :.»'« i ',-i'Uli«lid quahtitit' cl
I It nr. i
!
i
fiiack 3i»ks. Japanese Silks,&c.
Always on ban«!, a full Slock « t
mourning goods
*.f tko Into» »tylcH and mi'ët relible u.akr u .
i Also, u lull line of
! DOM RH^TXO GOODS
At I be lowiid rates.
WM. B SHARP,
\o. :IIN, III« Mailnt Ml ,
YVILMINGTON. DKL.
Delaware Carpel House,
:;(ft Market Street, above Third,
WILMINGTON. DKL.
1 Lecbe:i|Cht place in the State to buy year
I (JARPETS.OIL OLOTHS.MATTINQP,
(tad WINDOW SHADI8.
a r
V 1 KY CJ RBBB'S,
!• t* ftli.» kci ^Irrcl.
N. Ik—Hug Carpot woven to oroer at tho
shortest uotico. and lowest market luted.
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