The Daily Gazette
VOL. LXXX1Y.-NO. 609.
WILMINGTON. DEL.. SATURDAY, MARCH 20,
URIGE 1 CENT
0BO. & WUBHliEO,
NO. 1W H VST SHC0ND STRUT,
Having onlargsd his plane of bruine», offer»
to the publio great advantages la aO Und» of
\T RBDUCHD PRICE*.
Uaunsd FrulU of all kinds at a alight adviuioo
on tha wholesale price.
ThanWul for past favor*; we eUll eolielft *
share of the ppbllo patronage. Do not forget
the place to tare vour money hr bnyinjr
<*eap. ÖKO. V. VfilBaiBR:
novl/74-tf 104 JBL Sooond Street.
GENERAI y ; VtsißN DEALER.
No. 2 i :
Would reepectfully i>«n umoe to hl» friend»
and the nulHio that lit* .till carrl» ou the
Meat business, utlbe ol 1 .land, and wlU keep
constantly on hand tin; n s I quality at
HIT-i 1 -CUIIED HAAiS
8 AUS VUE, OIL > BKKI,
CIIKE8E, t >N ,UK8, ate,, Ac.,
All of which will bn sold # • ;i ■ » Ge and retail
et tho lowost city lirions.
He returns Ids tnauks t > m.
• 1 any custo- 1
ers for past favors and ro ; • ui « 11 v solicite a I
ontiiiiiHnce of the emno.
JOHN P. ALLMOND.
Cor, 8th and Markat !
Ice . ftp
COHNEK EtGIITIl ft MARKST 8STKKTS.
^yM. R. BOWMAN,
all king St. & 2d and ki i
Grocer & Tea Deader, ■
Private Families, Hotels, Restaurants aod
>iher consumers supplied with
THE BEST GROCERIES
AT FAIR PRICES,
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
«ond and King streets and *11 Kmv Streets
ljlBk NEW CASTLE COUNTY
SO. m MARKET STREET
I INSURES AGAINST PIKE,
piouaas AND ALL Ol'UBR KINDS OF
DUILDINÜ8 W1TU THEIR CONTENTS,
'For periods of tlmo varying from 8 months to
term of years.
William Tatwall, William Cawby.
•JAMEM illtADFOKD, C5EO. IllöHAKDBON,
John Ocykb, 8am»l Canut,
ViiAS. W. Howland, Clkmunt IL Smith,
Edw d Buinohurst, J amkh Kidd lb
Edward T. Hbllah, a. P. Shannon
A BATON RIUIIARDBON, OHO. H. RaTMB.
i M. M. CLBAVBB.
■ WILLIAM TATNALLL, Tre't.
SAkTXj. SMITH, Seo'y.
M~\BLAWARH CAllPBT UOUSlfi,
MARKET STREET, ABOVE THIRD'
• 'O choapest plaça ln tho Stal« to buy your
And WIFDOff SHADES.
300 MARKET STRBET.
N. B.-Rag Carnet woven to order
ortest notice and lowoat market rate».
NEW BOOKS 1
UT £. S- R. BUTLER'S
)0K. STATIONER Y AND NBW8PÀPHR
430 Marltek Street.
est Lawn. . ...Cioth. |1 50
le Strurt uroo f Anoient Lifs. do 2 A0
te Old Woman that Lived in a shoe,do
it< ny Breda...
ie Town of the World.
»stau Ice, Sore us Snow
y Still Waters.«. .
rfdon with the Cords.
piecdote. Biography of Thaokerey
tat of the Hurly-Burly.
New Books received as soon as issued.
DŒM0VAL.-P. H. FLÏNN has removed
L»lroir 'ho Fourth street Market to th
it7Ä Ä *fr lh fr d t! ,nd KinB " tr «°ts* «bills
l J anu 80, whore he hopes to supply his
attf as usual. Thankful for past favors !»•
topes to be the recipient of many more from
rtfcer ou - Public.. nov26dAw
L& J.N. HARMAN*
Wo. 410 King Btroet
We respectfully infsfin the citi
zens ot Wilmington and the sur
a rounding oountry th»t we
■to manufacture and keep<<
rge and long established w
_ _ __omi,
are of every variety and style* eon
of Mahogany,Rosewood and Walnut
ure suitable for parlor,dining-room
isortmout of Furniture Is largeer and
arma than can be found iu Delaware,
•.©rtioleeaold at our establishment
itod as represented,
tian Blinds of the most fashionable
»mart*to order and kept eon»t»otIy
a. w e also manufacture and eonatant
f J. a j. n. iiarman
h __G U_Kin»Str»«t.
gDIN G.-Pl« MaBt; room, and boat«
COAL AND WOOD.
0IIARLB8 WARNER A OO.,
MARKET STREBT WHARF,
WMOLBEALE and retail
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL.
The (»'r arm in Mil» city receiving coal
»r/ Cumberland region.
TÄ«™ ••»*?» HXCLUfrtV LY tho
Voiil " >n< ^ Wlike* b arre Coal Company'*
Every one should use the Shawnee Coal for
onaiiy, steam or manufacturing purposes.
We guarantee it to make less ashee, prove
more ooonomical and give belter satisfaction
*37 coal ogered in thi* market.
FOU SUAWNB COAIa,
BüttN 8IIAWNEB COAL
TeU your tii on da what you think of the
CHARLES WARNER &. CO.,
Market Street Wharf.
O ütt PATENT WAGONS
Deliver tbo best COAL Into cellar» without
dumping on the pavement
G. W. BUSH ft SON,
French Street Wharf.
SELLS ENTERPRISE. HARLEIGH AND
AT SCHUYLKILL PRICES,
Oak aud Pine WOOD by the oord and sawed.
t0 e , Iuo1 , &l1 °or neighbors In the
preparation of our Coal, how far we have »uc
; needed we will leave to our onstomers to Bay
• ,or h»- JOSEPH FOUT,
Granite and Water Streets.
IJULE ft MURTHBY,
, (Ruccesaors to Wm. H. Allmoud ft Bro.)
COAL AND WOOD,
COR. 20th ft MARKET STREETS.
Order» left with John P. Allmond, Eighth
and Market atreeu, or at our offioc, wifi
promptly »Rented to.
Beat Lehigh aod üchuylktll Coal always on
" a "' L _ mav7 '7« ly
JTNDEBWOOD ft KENNEDY]
«Successors to John IUudie, )|
OOAL AND WOOD!
COAL AND WOOD*
(sOIL TuumnCNTK AND MiBW f 0TMBIT8,
A^irteenth and French streets, or at eur oiflee,
will ba promptly attended to. ***
80 ',' So* 1 "/ kill Coal always
hand and prompHy deflrored to aU parts
*•*« jUhe lowest market rat» V
NO. 411 MADISON STREET,
Night sails prompllylanawcred.
Yyt ALTER CUMMINS,!
ATTORNEY • AT • I.AW
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY]
»oiio»-51, Klag Street next, door to Po.l
OWN8END A UO.,
Real Estate Brokers
NO. *111 MARKET' STREET.
«ton 1 », Ä'&iad 6 ^'"- 1 aad
One of the firm always In attoadance at the
(Boe durlnr bus In os» honre.
AND NOTARY PURI,1C,
Olflee Ne, «34 Ring Mirers *
«rfltone and Brick Work, (Lading, Ao..
No. l«ou Mauhkt Sthekt,
I PLVMBKR, Ü AS It HTBAM FITTER,
Wishes bis friends and and patrons to know
tnat be has resume»! business in tho above
branched and would desire to renew their
oustom heretofore so liberally bestowed, lie
is prepared to do all kin dr of work in his lino,
anu submit estimates of cost, guaranteeing to
finish all contracts aud complete all lobs In
Sonar ajttial and Wontuunuxa Ma.vnek;
SatlifacUon to all will be my aim, and the
•mallobt possible prodt charged.
Give me a call.
HBAP PlIILADXLPHIA VAJUBTÏ STOttB,
N*. 100 Wasr 3UOONU STRUTT.
Sogar« and Tobacco ol ebolc* brands,
satlonory, aisles and Teucila, fto.
D*Hy and Weekly Paper» always on hand.
Call and see.
J. OLIVER MOORE.
100 West Second Street, .
'JMïOiMAS R. LALLY,
» t *• el,
CONVEYANCING, BEAL ESTATE
AND CLAIM BUSINESS,
FaorftBxr Boooht, Sold ids ExCHawonn.
liittt fiHii fumai».
o pEJsr i isr a
SPRING AND SUMMER
English Walking Jaoquets,
for spiuno wear:
Fit K NU 11 ,fe I RISH POPLIN,
TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS.
M. L. LICIITENSrEIN
'-in Market Street,
LAY ASIDE EVERYTHING I
OAlaL. AT OMOE f
aa«l bo convinced.
GOODS NEVER SO CHEAP BEFORE.
Reduoinr Stock at BELijlV GOST PRICES
boots ano shoes.
CROCKERY AND GLASS-'A HP.
V 0818 ? 1 variety and tho largest assort
place anif number. th0 SUt °' ,leraombor th ®
ADAMS & BRO.,
500. MARKET ST.
EDU VA TIONAL.
AKELBCT ENGLISH. CLASSICAL
MASONIC TEMPLE, WiLMINJ T IN, DEL
SAM'L W. MURPHY. A.M..M.D..P«i*oir*i„
Aaaisted by experienced instructors in the
several departments of tbo school.
FALLITERM OPENS SEPT. 7th. H74.:
imau, Thomas A Co.*s.
W. A. REYNOLDS,
CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL
A DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL,
GROVER & BAKER'S
' ItsTIEj'W »*
607 KINO ST SEEK.
(C la yton House.)
Truss & Brace Department
H ay ING a »took of Trous., Brae«*
»opimrlors.Siispcinorl™ and o .h
j "'"A la, 'Ç^ lianoas.unsufpassed in M
fî? t .î?AîiîC ietT . ^ th *J of Any other sinil
uu'ward^of hm6nt ,n tte oountry - snd with
Twenty Years' Experience
in f th ® n ?-' w * te ?'. confident of our
ability to give entire satisfaction to ail those
requiring our servioes in this direction.
OUK IIVSTRUME 1 VT 8
At* conatrnctod In th* best manner ot the
^'Ä r W 8 - aa <i,->f Ya ricnssi»„ ,0 suit all
îduU. Wehlve ,nfant '»th.largest
A PRIVATE ROOM
For their adjustment, while our nrtoes are
moderate and so varied, by our extîn»?^
assortment, a* to .nit the poikeS all o*2Se7
Hundreds of persons
\ alter trying the larger
~ j.1 cities, tiMve expressed
e »r «ratification of the
.1») ^ facility and economy
with which they have
beeu suited at our estab
E. BRINOnURST A 0« . Anothecarios,
N. W aorner Sixth and Market streets.
81LF-TBBBAD15G ttHUTTLB. EA8V TOÜPBKATB
THE 2 STEÎW
718 MARKET STREET,
J. H. PRIMROSE, Agent
WI LMINGTt N. DU.
■J^OW BE CAREFUL
About how yon buy your
Don't buy any until you examine the
What we claim for it, is, first, its perfect
dryness ; 2d, more cold air and better circula
Mon. With le»; ic* than any other in n»e. It
1» lined with hard wood, and no zinc lining to
Call and •** it in operation at
N W. COR. THJBD ft SHIPLEY STREET.
N. w. COR. FOURTH AND 0RAN0K 8TS,
C. J. KYLE, Phofmtob.
TIio above Houae lia» boen put in complete
repair for tho recoptlou of gaosta, whore
i CLASS H0Tfe5.* 0C0 " m<K,,U0 " *
Bar filled with choicest wine», linuora, dira
*c., and the table aupplied wlthtk e bost t
market affords. Transient and »orraanenV
boarder» accommodated at moderato rate».'
Good stabling and attentive hostlers. A lib
->.| T of public patronage is reapactfiti'y
v '"' "dSTLB, DELAWARE.
•JOHN W. GRAY, PROPRIETOR.
■hP".' larRe *!"* houutifully situated house
,has been put in the very best ropalr for the
reception of visitors. wh<1 will IlSd at it a» tue
accommodations of a FIRST-CLASS llOTEl!
It commands a lino view of the Delaware Bay
and is one of the most pleasant and deliirtitfiii
V'tfo'h* m th* State *pr excursions or pic-nica.
fll'lml w?th' a ti.n 0,lt i, '? tho Ü0Bt 8t }' ,c . tbe bai
ailed «ith the choicest wines, liquors and
SÄ In '"',r 1 ""PPHed with the sub
stnutuls nnd luxuries of the market. Kxcui*
slomsts can arrive by boat or rail. Parties
rÄÄiLofetr^ * the '^
J. W. GRAY.
INDIAN KING HOTEL
108 AND 110 MARKET STREET,
Ttlmï?i^ 8 ? , i 0y 1,88 put ,n t"" now Carom
Billiard Tables at the above addro». The
room Is now open at all times for tb*
modatlon of the public,
j anil-t f_ JOHN MW. uiy.
gT. JOHN'S HOTEL,
NO. 405 MARKET ST
I have removed from my old stand 403 Ship
loy street to
f,N. W. COR. THIRD & SIHPLEY STS.,
Where, with teueaoed factlltle», I »hall be
better prepared to supply the want» of
STOVES, HEATERS, RANGES
AND HOUSE FURNI8HINO GOODS
generally. Being thankful for past favor» I
hope by personal attention to buslneea to conf
tinue to receive a share of your patronage
T°w A F J SPEEDY CURE.
X. Weakness of the Hack or Limbs. Kid
M'W cd t U ^ Organs, Palpita
tton or the Heart. Nervousness. Timidity.
Indigestion, Dysnepsia, Low
sijirtis.lfivil Forebodings. Aversion to Society,
Disease of the Head. Throat, Nose or fckin,
hlYVi ^ lUn P. ,, • Stomach or Bowels. Impotency
Hnd those direful results of Early Kioe^es.
audmiïd Ventmarr * agC ' ^ 03troyin *
Address with stamp. Da. JOHNSTON,
i-i 0Sp ! ta ' 7 street, ,
jan3''d2taw Jw Baltimore Md.
Bovor's Hoof Liniment
After 30 years of practical experience with
horses, In staging, teaming, &c., I have learn
eu that more horses have been crippled by
inattention to the feet than all other diseases
•ombined. After many experiments I have
round the true remedy to PREVENT tho dis
case of tnc noof, oy restore it after negligence,
io wnal nature intended it should bo —ike
jrrat support of the noble animat. It the hoof is
InllumcU and diseased, the animal is compare
tlvely worthless. This Liniment will surely
prevent this worst of all diseases, Contraction,
Come, Quarter, Cracks, Contraction of the
Back Sinew generally called Km» Sprang.
Ac., and restore those that havo be€n crippled
by the want of such a remedy.
4V-Try it, and It will nover foil if properly
Bathe the horse's foot once a weok, or often
er if necessary, at the heel and frog, and
around the hoof close to tho hair.
M. C. BOYER,
.. „ ^ Norristown, Pa.
Mr. M. C. Boyer —Dear Sir: This is to cor
tify that I have used your Liniment in my
stable for three months past, on more than
one hundred horses, and find it the best pie
naratlon I have ever used on horses. It is far
better than you recommend it. Send me live
cases at once, by express. C. O. D.
II AM IT TON
No. 132 Weit 31at »treot New York Citv.
Farmers Take Notice
ABBOTT A MoKINNEY,
519 Orange St., Wilmington, Del.,
Are now prepared to do ull kinds of Repair
REAPERS, MOWERS. THRESHING MA
and all otlur machine worn for farina. Lawn
Mowers und Cutting Bo* es repaired at short
tirndnes and ell other iron work at*
t Give us a call.
J. P. HART, Proprietor.
T HIS IIouf« has lately been fitted up, acd
receives strict attention of tbe Propri
etor. and is classed among the hext hotels
ol tbe PeninxiiU. i«6-1yw
li E ATT Y
AGENTS WAîpflïl)! (male or female.) to
tftko orders. DANIHL F. BEATTY, Wash
ington, New Jersuy. raarl8d6m
N,>. 216 WEST SECOND STREBT,
Would beg leave to call tho attention of the
citizens of Wilm ington and the surrounding
country to his largo stock of goods consisting
of Men's, Women's and Children's
BOOT» and SHOKS
of all sices, and of the best makes, which he
will sell lower than the same goods can be
bought in the city, so call and examiue bis
large stock of Boots and Shoes before pur
chasing elsewhere, as you will be convinced*
of his low prices. Remember the place, 810
West Second street.
marl7w*deodSm VJJQ .EL McCUSKKR.
From the Presbyterian.
Netva Prom tho South.
By lUt. J. II. P. Otk, D. D.
About tlireo wooks ago I left my
homo in Wilmington, Del., to make a I
visit to my friend* in Middlo Tennes-1
seo and South Alabama. Il la about I
two years einen I loft my home and I
work in tho Southland, to take chargo
of the church of which I am now tho I
pastor. I oan perceive many change» I
that liavo taken placo in the South
during this time, aud very fow, if any
ol them, arc for tbo better. Every-1
wliero tho universal talk is about the I
hard times." The people are dis- 1
couraged, and there is a tone of sad-1
ness and despondency in their general 1
in Middle Tennessee, where there
wat great prosperity when I left there
two years ago, the crops of last year
were short in consequeuco of t drought
last summer. I did not see nor haar |
of anybody in actual want, but many I
were keenly feeling tho stringency of I
their reduced circumstances. The I
merchants have not been able to ool* (
lect more than half of their fall hliJs I ®
and consequently their spring pur- 1
chases will he very limited. The im-|
pression was made upon my mind I
however, that tho talk in Tennessee I
was more despondent than it ought to
abAnit î h00r0p / 0r 11)8 pr< " cut year I
fair prices ^hat" wÄ™ I „ 0a v m " a " d .
n . Ji .1 j . ^ ^ riD ß back to the I
nr«in,t t " T circumstances, if not
in bouth Alabama things are in a
more sad state—in almost a ruinons I
condition. I find tho people not only I
despondent, but almost iu deenair I
to hA Ÿf o ^f 10 ?,i , E J ery i hl "g looks I
to be in a dilapidated condition. Pen-1
c es, barns, and houses on the farms I
are broken down; and hundreds 0 f |
acres that were formerly under profit-1
able cultivation, are now thrown oui I S
Ueàu, V rmi r 7migraUoo^^du"d I
tlons that were formerly purchased (it,
at irom seventy-five to one hundrsd I
dollars per acre now being gold at | on
from four to six dollars per sors. I™
Many of them are sold for taxes and Ij
largo number of them are bought In I a
XwVTrr™' , P W ' »
of the people is broken. | our
POLITICAL MATTERS. I ot
So far as I have been «hi. .„,i I
,, , been able to see, and I and
gather from general conversa tien, 11 ests
Gurensdouo, Ala., Fob. 95, 1875.
accounts that reach us In
tue North of political disturbances In |
the South are greatly exaggerated.— I
Most of the affairs that ore reported as I
outrages of the whites against tho l
blacks havs nothing ot a political na- •
ture in them. Thero arc many people,
some white and some black, who will
not work ; and these laay and utterly
3aVe e8 thôr« e fn a e 0 t U " WU . g to,t t rve 'l
and arc.thoroforo, trying to keep them-jpnoty
selves alive by stealing. Il U ln de- j
fence of property against tho dspradn- 1
lions of these lawless thieve«, that most |
of tho troubles have arisen, which have I
been reported as political disturbances !
peace ; and it is my honest conviction I
that tho pcoplo of the South are an op-1
pressed,suffering and sorrowful peopl«,
who aro disposed to bo a law-abiding !
people, and will be so, if left to them-1
selves to regulate and control their own !
social relation« and r,nlinV.«i «w.i™ i. I
P°, 1Ulcal a ®" r *. *»
accordance with the Constitution as at I
present amended. j
ecclesiastical MATTERS. I
I can hero state, what I have alwaysl
known to be a fact, that the mlniaters I
of the South, as a class are a high
toned, nious and self-sacrificing c«
pany of earnest, faithful and coRScien
tious laborers in the vineyard of the J
Lord. This statement is based upon |
my own porsonsl aeqiiaintanee Bit« a I
large number of Southern mi sisters of I
all denominations, and it is asssmt to |
be a direct and emphatic contradiction I
of the report recently mads hr «ha
Rev B L Ives of New York ...[divorce
ulMweekiv^ mpatlnw nt
nf nSSy . s îu 1
preachers of Boston and vicinity, at [
Wesleyan Hall in Boston, Mass. Idol
hcrcbydoliberately and conscisntiousiy |
prosunee his sweeping chtrcgas, St
reported in tho newspapers, against I
the Southern ministers as a class, to ba
false and slanderous. But among the!
Soutbern ministers there aro, porhaps,
some had men, 1
Saving* Hank* »f Mow York.
The report of tbo aupwintendent of I
tiiA "Mnvc Vnrlr fliotn 1
f!ü? »lvf To «t- %n * w 1
for the last year chow* that th* one I .
hUDtlred and fifty-eight aaviogs bank* J
in that State have resource» bo th* I
amount of (328,574,572. ovi their do-1
positors (303,035,841), and have an ex- 1
to (J4'810 - !
w ' 1
cess of assets amount in
080. The increase of
the year was 118,400,
posits unclaimed for twenty years aad
upwards aro (316,608 60, rand those
unclaimed for teu and less than twen
ty yoars 6538,188 18. Tho unoaploy
ed cash has Increased during the past
year 65,142,011, er mors tbo» (6 psi
cent., which fact is indiaativa of dull
ness of tradoduring that period. The
aggregate deposit in the savings banks
is greater thau that of all »atiosal and
State banka combined, the reason tak
ing that tbe pay iutergstand are deem
ed to be more secure.
000. Tha de
PffRiONAi..— In TT II II T l> rilln1lj1' i
Col. H. S. ifcCosab, ft tiutili, 'mS
registered at the Brevoort House, and
A Ureas Farmer la Georgia.
enSSÎ: Leo Jordon owns and cultivates
the original cost of which
was (450,000. He has 800 laborers, but
UgraduaJlj adopting tho tenant system!
tie raise« twice as much com as ho
a I n , ooda - (U* Ovorseora superentend the
Plantations, and raise from 1 400 to 2 -
I 000 bale. of cotton. No fertilaers are
I u " e<1 . Col. Jorden belioves them to bo
ptoductivo of caterpillars. Formerly
I "• ®P e "'(12,000per annum in guanos
I an(1 phosphate, but now ho makes his
own manure. Dr. H. H. Coleman does
**»• practiceof tho plantation on tho
I He assscses each head of a family (3
1 * y ear whether he is sick or not: and
Htus, by taxing each man lightly it is
1 made burdensome on none. Ho is a
| good physician, and says that it is the
"eulthiest country ho ever saw. Only
tw ® adults died last year out of over a
tb °usand souls. Preaching is done on
1110 "* lne plan- There is a uegro preach
| or •" (2.(WO saljary, who rides about
I ,be country in his two horse bu"gy. as
I as a bishop aud as happy asa prince
I Uo charges »3 a head for dealiug out
( Ovation tho year around, and with
I ® membership of 1,5U0, never gets 1res
1 tllan $3.000per annum out of the place,
lsa Republican, but sticks to the
I Gospel with a fervor that only such a
I »»luy *ould inspire.— AOonta Uoorld
I I. A rob OUGANlZATlOff.
. Th« organisation of the various trades
I into a secret labor organization has been
conducted in the Easttoverysatisfac
toryrosulU. In Philadelphia all trade*
"® united. They are able to turn out
I 20 - 000 at ,24 hours notice without public
I ■"O l^biciplos of the organa
I tl0 . n u ttr ? 8u< i' 1 113 t0 lll] uw all to toil in it,
I and safety, The well known Archbisli^
°P Wood, of Philadelphia, sanctions it.
I Nothing is required hut that aman
| aai : n8 h . ia Nrinst by labor, and desires to
umte witb bis fellow men for their corn
I S on *o° d - The organization has spread
U^/baU^T'* 0 sea
(it, ms« of all crafts, and all shades of
opinion and belief can meet and stand
on 0110 common platform for one com
I™ 011 , Purpose. In it all men como back
Ij ■ i rst F ure aud "'"P 1 * principle*
a of «republican government as
» 8W ^" 1 akeoci^foAbuproteSionol
our labor, but that is ail. This Union
ot Unions is designed to reach farther
"4 higher and deeper and take hold of
and grapple with questions and inter
ests and difficulties whioh our Trades'
Unions oaunot by its nature handle,
Wo must make social machinery to suit
*be times. This pioposud organization
u uo * a talking Union, hut a working
??«' " i s * or a ~G°n on d nothing else,
11 "®° ua business.— Trilmnt.
TUB «BEAT BBITI8U SCANDAL.
P** *«"*»» bon-or of British pro
them-jpnoty over the Brooklyn scandal was
j very edifying to those who remembered
1 Mordaunt divorce case, the great
| B ®®| 4I £ scandal in England in 1870, aud
I w . c ^ now come to the surface
! According to tho worst construe
I Briefly the history of tho affair is this :
lAdy Mordaunt, wife of an English bur.
12? e V f nd «foving in tho very highest
! —"kbah society, a personal favorite of
. ,,9 u , cen an , J tbe Prince and Prinoesa
! • 'i* 8 ' a ? d a brilliant figure in court,
I clro1 ® 3 . confessed to a lady, wife of an
Enghsh clergyman, that she had com
I mitted adultery with six different men,
j Enghsh lords and princes. Sir Charles
I Mordaunt, who had long had his suBpi
, i on *'. no T »PPhed for a divorce, ul
I th ? u ? h the Q uoen herself begged him
3°« *3 °i' oa 80 *7 c . at a scandal. Tlio
The Prince of Wales being called upon
the stand, swore that ho had not com
mitted adultery with her, for which, as
» »an of honor, he was generally up
»lauded, though everybody
»«rjured himself. The confession of
rjooj Mordaunt was finally ruled out on
I* ® round tbat 8> '°, waa insane, and no
was granted. But Sir Charles
not »ire it up so, and some legisla
fcon in regard to defendants of unbound
mind, having been got through the
House of Lords last year, he recently
*ot his case once more before the courts,
Lady Mordaunt has boon convicted of
adultory and he will get his divorce,
The Now York Tribune says the Legis
jlaturo is entitled to tho credit of lÄv
ink Harrisburg with a cleaner record
than any that preceded it within a score
of yoars. The Democrats, who controll
ed the Houso, have as a rule used their
The Case of Lady Hordanat.
power iudidoadF, although it will hard
^ claimed that they made the bost
°* their opportunities iu the election of
. United Suites Senator, which was tho
first important matter demanding their
attention. Tho fact that tho session
cl*sed without tho passago of a single
hill at tho dictation of the Kings which
have so long ruled Pennsylvania must
inspire tho independent msn who aro
trying to reform tho politics of that
State with new hopo and real.
Five States of tho Union pay their
Governors th© munificent salary of $1000
a year, viz: Michigan, Nebraska, Now
Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
People certainly cannot be accused of
extravagance to indulge in such lavish
outlay, or erpeet much for their money
AocidbnT.—O ne day last week 4
while Mr- John K. Graham, 60 year*
of «g», resides below Cannon'» Ferry
wee »ssUtLng to carry a plank, the man
who hod hold of one end let it fall sud
i -' 1 T whe* it* weight caused Mr. Gra»
£•» to * alla ' Gre eametime beneath it.
JUHnJunc» are mostley tntcraa), and
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