C. P. JOHW80W. Edito» an-tPnorRiKTO» to
©he gaily êasette.
Thk Daily Gazktts is publish«! every
afternoon (Sunday excepted,) at 4l6 Market
Street, and served by carriers to subscribers
all parts of the city and surrounding
towns and villages. for six cents a week,
payBbleweakiy. Ye»rly subscribers, S3 In ,
tnHM, îs*he large«^nd'moet ta!"
weekly paper in the State, and has a larger
per year, in advance.
September *9, 1877
Mb. Cojiklino's Lead.—M r. Conk
ling has placed himself in the lead of all
the malcontents and disaffected of tbe
Republican party; and starts with a fol
lowing of two-thirds of tbe representatives
of tbe party In his own State—the most
populous, wealthy and influential in the
There can be no doubt of the fact that
he hae the sympathy of most of tbe office
holders and active Republicans in all the
States. He has taken up the gauntlet
thrown down by Mr. Hayes and Messrs.
Evarts and Schurz and determined to^le
fend the rights of the office-holders to par
ticipate in the elections, and maintains
that while a man is in the civil service
of the country, he is not thereby to be
deprived of any of the rights of citizen
ship. But the manner in which Mr.
Conkling has taken his position and
annunciated his opposition to Mr. Hayes'
order is even mote significant than what
he says. He comes up to the work he
has undertaken as though be had been
wounded in his pride; as though the
order of Mr. Hayes, was especially aimed
at him and his friends; and really this
looks very plausible. We have only to
consider that Evarts is from New York
and is a sly, wily lawyer, saying frequent
ly just what he does not mean and
omitting to say what is necessary to dis
cover his purposes. He hoped to control
the appointment* in New York; but
long as Conkling is Senator he finds it
impossible— the Senator's brilliancy, ac
tively and popularity is sure to heat him
at home. Evarts, therefore, was obvious
ly interested it would seem, in keeping
Conkling at home. Sburz and Conkling
had had many discussions in the Senate.
Congling in his defense of Grant
peeially severe upon Shuiz, and the lat
ter was no ways backward in making his
replys tart and pricking. Thus we find
there was no very amiable feelings exist
ing, and a mind far less penetrating than
Mrt Conkling's might well imagine that
the President's order was aimed for his
defeat in his own State. It was to para
lyze the hands of his own friends in the
government offices in New York and
prevent them from assisting in the elec
tion of the State legislature which must
be Republican to return Mr. Conkling.
Mr. Conkling saw Mr. Hayes appoint
ing some of the worst characters to office
in New Orleans and other places—he
saw Mr. Hayes himself going to Ohio,
and Mr. Sherman exerting his influence
in Ohio also for the success oftbeAdminis
tration,ticket to say nothing of the secret
efforts to get money from the Clerks
aid him to secure a seat in the Senate
for Stanley Matthews. And he
not feel otherwise than he didMt was
We believe Evarts and Shurz
did mean to have Conkling defeated,
even if a Democrat was elected in his
And here is were tbe schemers
met —Conkling has shown bis strength,
which is tremendous.But in doing thisin
such vain manner and vindictive tone
has aided his enemies in his own party
to render his defeat almost certain,
doubtedly it would be better for Mr.
Hayes to have a Democrat in the Senate
who would sustain his Southern policy,
than to have there an enemy as able asMi.
Conkling there to
Oppose it. And so
all have their
and in that
menu in the New York Custom House
to their friends; and it is needless to say
they hare plenty of friends in Xew York
ready to help in the defeat of Conkling
secure places and profit thereby.
Hayes. Evarts and Shurz
axes to grind in his defeat:
way be able to portion out the
Thh story has been started that a Con
federate flag was displayed at Atlanta du
ringtlie President's reception at that place
It may he a fact, as we all know the fool
killer has not recently given that close at
tention to business which the full cron has
seemed to call for. " '
Under the clrcumstan
• er lived to reach Washington,
got safely around that Confederate
ought to beexplained, for it
ces it isrem
. ^ T , . was a narrow
e-cape. If there are any more Confederate
nag. at large in Georgia, let them be caged
at once. The people of the North don't
want to be terrorized and kept
nights by a Confederate flag,
It of coarse
surprises nobody tlint
c * nt iorestigations in the departments
Washington prove that th
e secret servi -
ce fand, voted by Congress ostensibly for
the suppression of crime, has been was
ted profligately by the late administra
tien for all sorts of crooked political pur«
poeea. They all did it; but they won't
do it any more. Congress won't vote it,
and Hayes wouldn't spend it that wav if
he had it .—Timet.
Hates Title—-S enator Conkllng's
opinion about Hayes' title was clearly ex
pressed to his great speech at Rochester on
Wednesday. -The decision ot toe Electo
ral Commission." Bald Mr.Conkling, "and
the Zact that a tribunal with Judicial pow
ers did decide, is toe one ground on which
toe title to toe Presidency Is now upheld
and defended." In otherwords, Mr.Hayes
was never elected. Mr. Tilden
ed . and Mr. Hayes waa simply counted In
by the Electo ral Commission_ N. Y.Sun.
Mr. Mur»« Halstead's Opiate« «fl»
J>om th« Omcbulaf t CbmmericGL
i The prctensioua of Senator Conkling
to great»«™ in the R«pnblica<S**rty a*»
intensely Vidiciiloua,^ Be becairtea great
chiefly by defending all fhe shabby
conduct of Grant as President, and he
thought himself thereby entitled to the
, ucceasion . Mr . Conkling and bis ma
chine were a thorough failure in the
Presidential contest, and Hayes not only
made William M. Evarts Secretary of
he _ maj ! u " 1 1;""" , 8eo ,? te i j of
the Interior. So Conkling classifies him
self with Senator Spencer.
There Is some courage required in com
miss loners who go to confer with Sitting
Bull. That haughty savage, with 1,500
warriors, could if he pleased treat them as
Captain Jack, the Modoc, did Canby. A
position on the staff of Ho'ward on his war
path is much safer than a commissioner to
Hitting Bull In peace. It Is necessary to go
up close to Sitting Bull so as to talk, while
Howard, by keeping at a convenient dis
tance from the Nés Perces, can avoid acci
dents.— Soff. Gazette.
Alexander H. Stephen*, of Geor
gia, baring reached Washington, de
clares that he shall rote for iiandall
for Speaker, and he belieres that gen
tleman will be elected. Tbit will
doubtless call out some of tbe other
The Democratic Governor of Indiana is
helping out his friends lu Ohio.
Two or ihre colored orators are speaking
to r theDemocartic ticket in Ohio.
General A. J. Warner, a Liberal Republi
can, 1* sumping Ohio for the Democratic
General 8pinner has declined the Green
back nomination for Secretary of Slate in
The New York Evening Post insists that
the Republicans in iheir local conventions,
undo the work of Conkling at Rochester.
The Boston TTtrald believes that John
Sherman will have to step out before civil
service reform will get much of a foothold,
as "he does more to defeat the President's
intentions than any otaer man."
The St. Louis T\mcs has Its own powerful
opinions about the Missouri Senatorship,
but prefers not to expiess them until it is
known what Governor Phelps will do.
The hvpurer did up a clever tableof figure
work, when It suggested that, If Mr. Nagle,
who got but 2,500 shares of Morton's fraudu
lent stock, is compelled to give $50,000 bail,
Mr. Morton, who appropriated 8,500shares
to himself should give ball in $.'540,non. It
does loot up Just that way, look at it
Secretary Sherman has awarded the
contract for printing one impression up
on all United State* and national bunk
notes to the bureau of engraving and
printing. It is stated that this award
will not materially increase the force
now in the bureau.
A Victoria dispatch says Gen. Sherman
and staff arrived there Thursday. They
were cordially received by the British
civil, military and naval authorities, and
left yesterday morning tor Puget sound
on the revenue cutter Walcott.
At Fleetwood Trotting Park, N, Y\,
yesterday, Earus beat Hopeful in 2 171.
2.10', 2.19;. The unfinished race at Am
bler Park, Pa., was won yesterday by
Sadie Bell, Delaware second, Jersey
Boy third ; time, 2.27R
Ala meeting of tfie creditors oftlic Eew
portfR.I.) Manufacturing Company, yes
terday, an offfir of the company was read
to pay 22 cents, and Mr. Filch, the indors
er, to pay 28 centsaddltioual. It
decline both otters.
The first numberofthe National Union,
a dally morning paper in Baltimore, to be
conducted by ex-Kepreseniative Lynch, of
Me., will be Issued on Wednesday next.
It will sustain the Southern policy of the
■There are no new developements in the
Market-street (Philadelphia) railway' de
falcation, A meeting of John R. Nagle A
Lo. s creditor* has been held, and Mr.
Morton has deposed that upwards of *25,OuO
has been paid by them to the company,but
he cannot remember that any larger sum
has been paid. The rumor that It Is not
intended to prosecute the ex-president
seems tobe well founded.
Register's office. /
New Castle Co., September 7th, 1*77. )
Upon the application oi Victor DuPont,
Administrator C. T. A. of Eliza l'ut
t*;rson, late of Wilmington Hundred,in
said County, deceased; it is ordered and di
rected by the Register that the Administra
tor, aforesaid give notice of the granting oi
Letters of Administration upon the Estate
or the deceased, with the date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be post
ithiu forty days from the date of such
letters, in six of the most public places of Uie
County of Newcastle, requiring all per
sons having demands against the estate to
present the same, or abide by au act of As
sembly in such case made and provided.—
And also cause the same to inserted
within the same period in the Wilmington
Gazette a newhpaper published in Wil
mington, and to he continued therein three
weeks, (e. o. d )
» Given under.the hand and Seal
/ of office of the Register aforesaid
f Castle In New Castle C'o.,
aforesaid the day and year above written
S. C. BIGGS, Register.
person« having claims against the Es
LV ie Æi c ? as ?S' nmsl Present the sarné
dul> attested, to the Administrator on or
belore Septem ber 7 th, 18T78or abide the Act of
Assembly in such c
made and provided
\ icroR DuPont,
Administrator, C. T. A.
Register s office >
New Castle Co., September 7,1877. j
Upon the application of J. Poulson Chand
1er, Executor of Mary Brow
Brandywine Hundred in"' iu'ld
county, dec d, it is ordered and directed bv
the Register that the Executor^r/.
said, give notice of the granting of Ltti."
Testamentary upon the Estate of ti
deceased, with the date of grantln '
by causing advertlseme
within forty days from the date ofTuch
Letters, in six of tlie most public place*
Uie County of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands against the Erf!
a presentthesame or abide by an
itSL l A 8 R A em , bly . 111 8UCh CHHe made and
provided. And also cause the same to
vc*r rU ? i within the same period in the
n .1 :n î i î 1K H > «r«f iA2ETTE . a newspaper pub
llshtxl in Wilmington, and to be continued
therein three weeks, (e o d )
5 l nm!l e V 1 . n u der J h ' e * ,Rnd and Rp al ox
j L.9. > Office of the Register aforesaid
at i e ^i in New Castle County
aforesaid, the day and year above written.
ö. C. BIGGS, Register'
e^'uiä 5 a r, a ;rssss:
same duly attested to the ExremSr on
2f pt KÎ nb f r 7tl >. 1«78, or »hide toe
prevufed^"" 1 y 8UCh taWj ntedeand
Address, J. POULSON CHANDLER
seplMweod Centrevllle, Del.
OTICE.—The Citizens' Loan Associa
tion will hold its 7th annual meeting.
October 4th next, at 8 o'clock, p. m.. at the
cor 6th and Shipley streets, when the an
nual report will be submitted and officers
and directors elected. First payment due
GEO. C. MARI8,
XT°TICE.—Lewis Zebley of the city o
lA Wilmington, Del , has this drfy as
Ills real and perst
signed to me atfkof
estate for the benefit of his creditors.
Sept. 13, 1877.
OTICE.—The CiUean's Loan Associa
tion (office N. W. corner Sixth and
Shipley >treets) now offbrs a new series of
shares for sale. No back pay i
Will open the store number
306 MARKET ST.
(formerly occupied by Wth.M. Kennard
A Co.,) during the coming week with a
lange and well selected stock pf •
Bougnt for cash under tbe present depress
ed state of tbe market,
Will be conducted ou tbe
The public are cordially invited to ex
amine stock and learn prices.
The attention of the LADIES is called to
the fine assortment of
TRIMMINGS & HOSIERY,
411 KING STREET
I also huve on »hand a carefqjly selected
s took of
And all articles, appertaining to LADIES
and CHILDRENS WEAR, at very
Can be found in great abundance.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of the
MRS. C. HAUGHEY.
411 KING STREET.
Dolmans 1 Dolmans II
1 Splendid lot ot* Ladles
' îlack Silk! Black Silk!
SI ufl A YARD
1 12 A YARD
• 125 A YARD
Ladies and Misses Suits from
Liutest Style of Silk Dress
Complete at $20.00.
Black gros grain Silk Dress
ready for use for $25.00.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
226 Market Street,
New Goods !
Has opened this day. and is receiving al
most dally, at
HIS NEW STORE,
No. 405 MARKET STREET,
THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH.
The most complete and elegant assortment
of goods he has ever ottered to the nubile
STAPLE AND FANCY TRIMMINGS,
Hosiery, Gloves, Merino Underwear, &c
Also, a large and well selected stock of
Embroidered Zephyr Work, Zephyr. Ger
mantown Wool, Woolen Yarn*. Notions j
Ac., all of which we propose to sell at the'
lowest possible prices.
THE PLACE TO GET
GAUSE MERINO UNDERWEAR,
Hosiery, Gloves, Notions.
ZEPHYRS, RUFFLINGS. TIES, Etc
Mr«. Seeds Old Ktaud
417 MARKET STREET.
403 Poplar Street.
„i P „ ur i,?' <1< ' r .Y mf gar at 25 cents per gallon
i" 1 « Meat, Apple Btu»C P«aS
Butter, and popper sauce ot toe best
___ ec-12 -dÿ ty
Boy» prepawl for I»leorHarvaJi"'.gt!?
FOR Szt /.F JtFI'B fA'Tk;
V aluable property for rkw
IN SMYRNA.—1st. A three-Ht«**
brick dwelling and »lore house, on Com*
nierce street knd. Tbe largs and «orninm
dlous two-story brick store boues. a. w.
corner of Main and Commerce streets'—
Both buildings are in first-rate order, situ
ât «ni in the centre of the business part or
the town and can be rented at moderate
rates. Possession of the first house given at
a «'ay * notice. The secondrou the First
day of March, nqxt.
GEO. W CUMMINS,
OR HALE_The very handsome build
ing lot on Pennsylvania Avenue and
ranklln street, 178 feet front on the Avenue
Apply to Ç. P. JOHNSON,
augbl-tf. 416 Market street.
F OR RENT—Tbe second story front room
of 416 Market street, over the Uaketti
office. Possession immediately. Apply at
f^OR SALE—Three ounmng loU on
f Jackson street, between 6th and 7th—
Five bulldlug lots on Fifth street near Van
Buren, four on Front street near Jackson,
and a lot 21 feet front on Delaware Avenue.
Harrison. Apply at till* offloe. marttf
FOR SAL F I
The subscriber oflftrs for sale,bis FARM,
situated in Mill Creek Hundred, on Limer
stone Road,3 mile« from Stiuuon. and 7 w
miles from Wilmington, containing 162
acres of valuable lands in good stale ol cul
tivation, good stone house, new double
deck stone barn, 60 by 60 feet, and other
buildings. Water in every field and stream
running through the farm. Fencing In
fair order. Persons desiring to purchase,
will be shown the premises by Arnold
Naudain, residing thereon.
WM. W. TORBERT
Del. Ave., Wilmington, Del.
By virtue of a writ of Als. Levaria Fa
cias. to me directed, wilt be exposed to
Public Sale, at the
HOTEL of BENJAMIND. LONGLAND,
In the vintage of St. George's, in Red Lion
Hundred, New Castle county, Delaware.on
THon«DAY,the 4th Day of October, 1877,
At 2 o'clock, p. in.,
The following described Real Estate, viz:
All that certain plantation ortractoriand,
lying and being In the Hundred ofR« I Lion,
in the Coun.y of New Castle, and State of
Delaware, aforesaid, bounded and deserib
follows, to wit : Beginning at a large
poplar t ree, standing on t e south side of
Cox's Neck Road, and which is also a cor
ner of land heretofore of John A. Penning
ton, thence with the land lute of the
John A. Pennington south four degrees and
three quarter* of a degree east one hundred
and ninety perches to St. Georges Creek,
thence up the said creek by the several
courses thereof about two hundred perches
to the mouth of a ditch on the land late of
Enoch Thomas, dec'd thence along th»- land
of the said E. Thomas, dec'll and by land
formerly of Lewis Reece north thirty-one
and a quarter degrees west fifty perches and
six-tenths of a perch to a corner of land
late of the said Lewis Reece, then œ north
sixty-six perches and two-tenths of a perch
ma corner for land late of Thomas Booth,
deceased, now of the said Samuel B. nat
ion, thence north twenty-four degrees and
one-quarter of a degree east sixty-three
perches and four-tenths of a perch to
six-tenths east of a stone in
- line of land
lateot Henry Grlndage, now of Anthony
M. Higgins, thence north twenty and three
quarter degrees east fifty-five perches
and eight-tenths of a perch to the Cox's
Neck Hoad, aforesaid, thence along said
road eighty-three and one-quarter degrees
east eighteen perches and one-quur
ter of a perch, thence south
eighty-four degrees, east one hundred and
twelve perches to tbe place of beginning,
containing one hundred and ninety-one
acres of land, be the same more or less.
Seized and taken in execution as the pro
perty of Sam'l B. Button, surviving mort
gager and t. t's, and to be sold by
Q . AC GRUBB, Sheriff,
SherlfTs Office, New Castle >
Sept. 14th, A. D., 1877.
By virtue of
, warrant of the Mayor
, - °* Wilmington, tome directed,
will be exposed at Public Sale, at 2 30
o clock, p. m., on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd, 1677,
At the City Auditor's office, No. 8* East
6th street, In the City of Wilmington, N
Castle Couty, State of Delaware,
A11 those two certain lot s or pieces of land
situate In the Lily of Wilmington, New'
Castle County, and State of Delaware,
bounded and described as follows, to wit
*j*, 1 ; Beginning at the intersection of the
rry (»our New C'a« tie avenue)
and the marsh road now Garashe's Lane,
thence along the centre of said Lane north
seventy-one and a half degrees, west forty
two and a half perches to a corner stone set
tor a new corner by Zadock Townsend, de
ceased and Jainos Bennett: thence by the
next four lines dividing this from other
lands late of the said Zadock Townsend de
ceased, namely north ninetenn degrees,
east ten and one-third perches to a corner
stone, thence east one perch to the centre of
a hedge, thence with said hedge north six
teen degrees, east twenty seven and one
hall perches to another new corner stone at
the end of the hedge, thence with another
hedge south seventy-four degrees, east for
ty and three-fifths perches to the centre of
the said New Castle aveuue, thence along
the centre thereof soutli sixteen andone
halfdegrees; west thirty nine perches to the
phe e of beginning, containing about
acres, more or less.
No. 2. Beginning at a stone corner for
land of the said James Bennett, Jesse Alex
ander and Zadock Townsend, deceased
thence along the said Townsend line with
northeasterly thirty-six perches
tbree links to a new corner, thence
still along said Townsend line with a hedge
southeasterly forty-one perches and eleven
links to the middle of the old Ferry Koad
(now New Castle avenue) thence therewith
sputhwesierly thirty-six perches and five
links to a corner of other land of the said
James Bennett, thence with the said Ben
nett's other land northwesterly forty
perches and eighty links to the first
Lloned stone and place of beginning,
tain ng about ten acres, more or less
Seized and taken in execution as the pro
perty of James Bennett, and to be sold bv
G. B. UNDERWOOD, Y
N. B.—The above named ^property*^to
be sold to satisfy a lien thereon for paving,
D. H. COYLE A Co.. Auctioneers.
A ll that valuable traft nv
LAND or FARM Of The late John
dSrTflï ,; auc S ?Ke< !' Hnii »he?eon he
of iownsend, Appoquinimink Hundred
New Castle eoum^Ltte of Delaware. '
On Tuesday, the 2d day of October
1877, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Raid Farm is situate on the road leadlne
abouta*rn'o r' Wurl, ', le k. ao.l distant
about of a mile from said vlllageofTown
send, and containing about
S"' less, and adjoins the lands of Ram.
Ï" 1 £n W e SS.' T Taylor and Win
?" fb® buildings and fences
* le S °R first quality,
rne conditions are, ten per cent cash
teo n M ndayo1 s»!®, "«d the remalValS to
aiie0d 18 Tit 'e hfl
Townsend. D.^ ( MUEL T »'
1>. II. IOYLE&CoT
NO. 4 E. FOURTH 8TRXKT
Are now prepared to call sales r,f .L,i
täte and personal prepay eitoe/îî,' "*
city or country. New And ^
furniture bouglrt and sold PrSSK'»" 1 hand
household goods at prWate aal« HÏïiL? nd
lion FuaranLMHl ymi» Satlsfao
221 Market Street, Wilmington, Del,
Wilmington that I have opened
where the purchaser will fl„7i
M«n's, Boys' au 1 Cblldreo's
I respectfully announce to the Otftteens
Clothing House at 221 Market '
Men's Furnishing Goods
«ore My Clothing 1 guaranteeeegood as »uy cnsïimmade anj
«asflÄV »BficcEB mess.
The times have changed and we change with them. No more high and exorhiinn.
A moderate profit, insuring mutual Satisfaction between Buyer und Seller Û •-*
OTTIR/ JiÆOTTO IS:
One : Price , Makes Frien
LOW PRICES BRING CUSTOM.
I only ask a iy.r trial. Give me a calL Price my good*, examine and he con
you don't flna It Just as stated I am willing to forfeit the name of a Merchant
New York Clothing Hon»
U — _L
J ' »
Sam'l Cohen, Proprietor
EFFECT» OK 1 DINING AT
Holland's NEW YORK Restaura
1st Week. 2nd Week. 3rd Week. 4th Week.
316 MARKET STREET, One Door South of Foi
»"OPEN ON .SUNDAYS.
BILL OF FARE
Roast Beef and Potatoes,
Corned Beef and Cabbage,
Pork and Beans, Boston Style,
Roast Veal and Potatoes,
Roast Mutton and Potatoes,
Beef Steak and Potatoes,
1 Mutton Chops and Potatoes,
10 I Veal Cutlets and
. io I Fried Sausage and "
in j Ham, Eggs and "
- 10 I Oyster Stew, * -
i Oysters, raw, - ...
16 i Coffee, Tea, Pies and Oakes, each
GO KTO FUR.THE
BUT STOB 3 AT OÏTCE AT
DANIEL McC U SKER'S,!
CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE-SiTOBl
No. Ö1« WK»T HBCOND »TKKET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. LARGE FALL AND WINTER STOCK..
Of superior quality, now on band, which will fie sold at the
at 216 West Second
► be as represented and satisfaction guaranteed.
Arctic Ice and God Gompaï
Eastern Ice of the Best Quality»
And a Superior Quality of COAL at Lowest Rati
PLEASE QIVE US A CALL«
.T. B. CONROW ,V SON, No. « *2. «Second St*
MODEL TAILOR STOB
Which had It* beginning in a second story room, Fourth and Market.
employing more workmen than he who claims to excell In this matter ^
the one business, strictly Merchant Tailoring, and give all our skill and geuiu*» ««
one business, hence our success.
P. 8—A good stock of Foreign and Domestic piece goods on hand.
Fasliionable Furniture I
J. & J. N-~HARMAN»
BFo 410 Klug Street,
Wereswctfuiiy inform the citi
zens oi Wilmington, and the nur'
rounding country that we ooiitlnue
at on, h^jr a „ nU i fa ? ture and ■'«T on hand
d 1oi , ik established ware
rooms, l* urnlture of every varietv an«l
?"ani al " Ut 1 "rolture suitable for parlor
cbnnlng-room and chamber uses. * '
Our assortment of Furniture Is largeran 1
more varied liian cau be found In Delaware
and all articles sold at our establishment
are warranted as represented.
Venltlan Blinds of the most fashionable
designs made to order and kept constantly
on hand. We also manufacture and com
stantlykeepa large assortment ot Spring
Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses. ' '
... J- 4 J- N. HARMAN,
_ «0 King street, Wilmington.
c:l. woodruff & oo.
CIGARS, PIPES, &c, &c,
No. 13 NORTH THIRD StF
C Ä°w B tf RC ^- ' CARROW.
SUMMER KEoQK ^
PENNSGROVE, N. *>•
It is located ill l ' ie " jtfl-o"
grove of large tree M^„„ e ,1
throughout with S^" , i0M i
New Jersey. Persons
find no better place for
Ï HE HOME INflTllUTB, b0A bdW
A SELECT DAI ANOg^rid C'ffi
HOOL for YOUNG ^vnAV.S'l"'
DREN, will reopen on meS
her lOtly Our aim Is to eom"^ disclpUJ
tore with moral an< LiSSojugn W *îfï
while we insist upon
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