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I. PROI'KIKTOH
C P Johnson. F.iutop.
Vor*
in K ,
TH» DIUWAH, OvaFTTE, eatwbllsl.ed It
n ÎTM, lathe largest and most flourishing
weekly paper in the .state, and ha» larger HO m.
iSSSSSS give
THE DAILY «AIETTK, I» published
afternoon (auuday excepte«!.) at 416 Murke R
Ktreet, ana serve»! by carriers u» subscriber*
I n 11 Hart» of the etty and surrounding
towns aud vlila. e», for «lx cents a week,
payable weekly. Yearly Hubscribers, «3 in
advance.
r.v
peryear. in advance.
tli«»
visions
ann.v
IN7U
JANUARY i:«
The DAILY OAZETTF 1- »«.t b, all parts •'»"
Of the country. f " r c ^"aln« ^0^
a D U L tbe^fImw. and most taut
ot
,
sive,
in brief Ju«t the
of the day. ft gl
tbe farmer or the business man naed,
; and
even
ëral
new«
at half the cost of the two cent pape
as much
ght to read of
evening or mo-mlng. Subscribe lor it at
by remitting a money order for a
a man
> spirit
that
six month*.
year
As tue corrupt political leaders are
about to pass out <T power, they, of
course, are very anxious to reorganize
the Army, pass a new law for counting
the Presidential Electoral vote, and coil
summate such other legislation as will
a
benefit the infamous and extravagant
party that has ruled the country for the
past twelve or fifteen years, with an iron
and despotic hand, taxing it for their
other country In the
Holy
guuge,
will
vn purposes as no
world is taxed. We hope the Democrats
will not be caught in any of their legis
lative tricks.
choir,
air
being
Fatality Among Congreshmen.—
The death of Mr. Schleicher, of Texas,
makes the ninth
ember of the Forty
A
Fifth Congress who has died during its
session, if the correspondence of the N. the
Y. Herald is correct, his eight predeces- at
sors being Senators Bogy and Morton,
and Representatives Leonard, Welsh,
Quinn, Williams, Douglass and llart
tion.
This sad record is made all the
ridge.
more impressive by reports that liepre-i
sent at ive Tliornburg, who went home to
pay
mon ia, and that Representative Finley, tee
of Ohio, who is also detained at borne
b«*i
Knoxville sick, is very low with pneu
by sickness, has been taken with a «lan
gerons hemorrhage. Representative Bid
dle of, Tennessee, who went home sick
early in tlie session, has not been able to
return, and bis friends are apprehensive " 1
, , V ... ,
that be will never come back to \\ ash- oll
f
\»t
injrtOH.
Political Trickery.— T i ere is
a c
class of politicians
hose chief st<
•k-in
iv „
the
for
trade ii
politics is made up ol deceptiv«
the
fills«*) I« »« »«Is.
Of this class are Ed mu
ds,
and Blaine ; atui they lead a
Sshenna
host of others, a
id a mass ot tlie polit i
organs.
for all such p«*ople a char
that is irresistible. And of the same
The "bloody Ct
cal newspaper
shirt" li
character for duplicity is their constant i
reference to "cipher despatches."
this cry of "cipher
dibit to fix a s' Lina up. n some pn
Democrat, they hope to cast in tbe shade
By j
despatches"
nient :
or cov«*r up their seaitdalous Returning
Board frauds in Florida aud Louisiana,
Ami therefore they rarely refer to the in- ;
famous frauds in which they are all im
We hail hoped that this dis - 1
plicated.
graceful affair migiit have been forgotten, 1
I
bucausc ot the indelible stain it i-asts
But it 'j
republican institutions.
upon
is imposible, since the New England lec- ! c
turers, many of them witli tlie word j
"Rev." affixed to their names, are travel- ]
ing over this countiy assisting the tricky
polit icians to conceal this great fraud and
to impute the slander of the "cipher de
spatches" to Mr. Tilden. Under these
circuuis'ances tlie resolution of the Polter J
committee to thoroughiy investigate the
charges that were made in the publica
tions of the New York Tribune, has
the approval of every Democrat, it ap
pears that, these bad political characters
are satisfied to hear the odium of their
disreputable career through tlie devious
course of perjury and crime in manipu
lating tlie Returning Boaid frauds, if
they can only attach sonic* slain upon llie
hands of the
candidate
Democratic
(President-elect) subsequent to the elec
tion of 1S70. Mr. Tilden, be it remem
bered, only lacked one vote to give him
ithout any of '.lie electoral
votes from South Carolina, Florida or
Louisiana, while Jlayes required them
ive one majority. Under tlie
circumstances, with such a corrupt crew
to deal with, there is little doubt that
Mr. Tilden might have secured that one
electoral vote had he chosen to have paid
for it ; nor would he have been so fool
ish as to have depended on "cipher de
spatches." With plenty of means, had
he dared to stain his hands, the voles
wot.M no doubi have been given to him,
a majority,
all to r«'(
and tl»e infamy < f the decision of the
Electoral Commission w<
rested upon a Supreme Court Judge aud
disgusted the country.
>l«l not have
Philadelphia is about to demand of
Congress $500,000 for improvements on
the Delaware. Would it not be a good
time for Wilmington to insist upon some
thing being done toward electing some
kind of a protection at the mouth ofthe!
Christiana ? Certainly as we have suf
fered so long because of our want of
influence upon Congresses, that have uni
formly favored such States as have been
governed by Northern political influences,
we ought to receive jorue favor from the
incoming Democratic Congress, where
improvements result to Iho convenience,
ef tli« commerce of the country, as they
would If made at tne inoiitli of the Chris
tiana.
was
„ .. r. .. .
Vor* Herald is responsible fur tlm tullow- t||| ,
in K , whiih we have no ilouht it Is true:— ln< |
It seems to be generally concluded her.
to-night by those whose positions and night,
HO m. ceH 0 f information are such as to
give weight to their Judgment, tlm. the
(turnstile bill for the remr^mru mn o. **
iny o -s p
n.sati>i »ctory to the t
Tub Shekmans Seek to be Mauk
1*KKH1I>KNT.— Til«
_ _
R R T
htiEHioB to
Washington correspondent ol the Ne.
THE
tli«» armv cannot pass,
visions are ven
ann.v officers v
rhose «lulics and prüfen- |
•'»" ' lrB aff#cte<1 mcr. b.v, and the bill as j
^0^ of W 'thc "abll-tt^unbcm ' of both ; ci 'h
houses, on the«.I «ha« it '« :
p »s
v, ami to «'Mtablish a sort ^
ot military autocracy, which is not in
, ;.i. r » 4 , 1 . I,. t ,r 111 »
harmony either with lie people or t e
institutions. Some of Us K ,
General of the Army is not only exces- said
sive, hut wholly unconstitutional
the War Department ami
«nbonliuat
'resident himself to the Ge
even the
ëral of the Ai
spirit of
leading opponents «lo not lu'sitate to say
that tbe authority w hich it g.v
P
to the
tine.— Thomas D. Lovett, a p
engineer ot Ci
contract w'
a railroad fro
An Amikica* Kailr .ai> in 1'alk.
umii.ant
:innati, has just madt- a
itli French capitalist« f
Jerusalem to Jutfa, in the
The road is to he a nan
Holy Laud,
guuge,
will lie about forty miles long.
w»*s
.a
I«»
the American principle, and
Gov. Hampton, oi South Carolina, on
Friday butt was transferred to an easy
choir, and sat for two hours in the open
air on his porch. He al-<
letters during the day, and is reported a
being in excellent »pints.
wrote hc vi
A Goon Showing.—I ndiana baa a
school fund amounting to SiMHiO.OOO, and
the school prop»-Tty ofthe State is valued
at $12,000,OOO, aud the State «peints 54,
000,000 a year for pubiic
h«»*»l iustrue
tion.
( ■Hing Down lixpeuses.
From tl e M. Y. Sill
Ta'te note «T tw<» propos tions already
before the Leglsla ur« —one to r< «Ine • tlie
pay ot them he is Ir
year, ami th«« o h* r to appot
tee that sba'l «levis«* s«»ni" means for re
duciiig the LegMatuie's « xp«Mi.s*'S.
b«*i ate aud toe As etnhly cost last
douh.e tlm amount of t*
$L'4,fX)0 tnoie than in lH"7. U**pui 1 can
ii to inc
. $1.500 to $1.000 a
a comihit
The
•.liter
policy bus h« ei
patrol age by ihe api
" 1 '*. fc seii' «*r-, and a D mlants lor
there is little to do at high pay.
oll . lv , f . ;i , d assertion that th.-re i
f ti e*e eiuplo>ees tl an :l ere an
\»t rs. H is aho one « t 'he l«*ü' i.< s ol In
years ago, and
»Sf Lite (Wily's
iiitment of clerks
whom
It is an
H*
men
'.lie
a c »pilai bat in tie s<
>t \
181« h
clerk « t the Senat A\ ponioi
cut » < in
„ inittee oicw $1,500 h r s<
; tee did not «
the cleik did not do a pi*, str« ke of work
for it.
d
the (;«
:•* me. t, an
a
li is time to stop tld-, folly
'1 be ue
i
doubted.
M'onoiuy was made cm spicu
•ssit* 1«
Ct
a. tl
is in < » v. Km i
*n''
i domof ins
inn« t
sug-. stioi :
i
BURNSIDE ARM Y BILL.
THE
j
IT It KUO MING A LA'
SLIM UIIAM
Washing
. J.
d
:
y «»t Republican
nut
:
lo know I hat tin
l'.CHl
ho « Ini
lit
»-houl 1 pa •
Bui.iside ai
\ lull it it
l that
Il V to tl
ihe gr
tli,.! it. takes
ongr*
III Hl IO
il
in- ; jy,j'". j»
im- <'«»
hi
si«I* nt powers give
( hlef hy tin
'onsti
I «» .1 the General of the
M rs ! In*
'I he Secretary of War agrees
I thinking tin* hill
in constitutional. When the bill comes
up in tin* House, however, a motion will
strike
1 tlie chance- are tin* mot
evail aud the bill be killed.
- 1 ^ niiv
itli'fhe I'rehiiieut
1
I
it 'j he
ut tin- enacting
ad«* t.»
lec- ! c ^*J''
j 1 1
] SENT TO THE 11A1TY HUNTING
GROLNDb.
and
de
San Francisco, Jan. 11.—A dispatch
fiom l'ei dleton, Oatid yesterday, via
Wdlia-WaJa, r*T»oit8 the execution of
e 0*1 ami Qdil-ii
J tumps, who w ere hanged in the aftei n«.on.
A st long guard of soldiers, r< gulars and
militia, w«»s on duty to pievent a possible
rescue, but nothing of the kind whs at
tempted. The chiefs were dr«ssed in
full Indian ro.-tum«*, and pre.-CiVed
throughout the proverbial ttoicn
their ia«e, b«'th dying with the death
chant on their lip-.
two Indians, W
the
has
ap
their
•f
if
llie
Lost Willi All ou Board.
The Jlurk (Junhibla, for Bordeaux , (Joes
h
m.
Halafax, N. 8. Jan. 12.— A cable dis
f the
patch to-day r. port« ttie total h i
h.uk GuufiiJila, of New Glasgow, with all
on board ou Bordeaux liar. 81m
a voyage from Balt
grain laden. Captai
, 1'ie
«•s Meikh
elec
him
or
them
tlie
crew
that
one
paid
fool
de
had
voles
him,
Bordeaux
WiJIiai
ut, of
county, master;
(i
Little Hail*
Johnaun J;
, ear
lively, all
I mille
p.-l

mrried.
N
her N
a in i
: been
d.
MADE INSANE BY A BROKEN
BEER-BOTTLE.
Honesualk, Jan. 10.—Mr*. Jane Tre
at 11 «: keeps a har-ro«
On Thursday she set a I»
dozen bottle* of lager-l
Dallas, I'a.
i c«»utaimng a
•ar the
to thaw.
of th
exploded.
st«
A piece of it struck Miss A
in tin-I
Adi
1 there it deeply 1
bedded itself.
A physici;
d It.
ext
Mis* Adi
The injury has left her
s lay t
•OllhCM
hopelei
Inn
the
tie.
aud
have
Mrs. Emma Wihtakkr, daughter of
went
E Ls SI
kley, wl
Kali!
ill
1 about 5 years at:«», has
her l.usbi
ied to there former home near Lin
coln. Mi . Whitaker w ill also leturn early
in tlie Spring. It seems to be tlie ex
perience of most people who leave Dela
waie fliat tli«:y an; seldom satisfied, and
generally letnrn in a few years to her
hospitable bordeis.— Chronicle,
re
of
on
good
some
some
ofthe!
suf
of
uni
been
the
where
Thirty thousand dollars in cash and
$0,000 in real eat ale liav«; been secured by
the St. Paul (Mi
from Charles Etheridge, absconding real
estate agent, who secures immunity by a
coiuj roui se.
John Hhenan, an old gentleman wh*
fell and broke his tliith bone, in Eliza
beth, go New Yeir'f. ha« biucedied, aud
was buried on Friday.
.; National Bank
TUE CHEÏ KNXE OUTHKEAK.
nerlor
IH
îtrÏM
N
(o m
9 o'clock
" jnuy
J
w
KICAPUll PKISONKKH SUHIiOl KUkD A*D
ttCHKKNDUB—A NAPOL
HI-KUHK TO
KoN (U N COMlNU I P.
Fort Robinson,N eb.,Jan. 11, 187D.
The main body ot escaping Imliaus
was found yesterday and immediately
stinouuded,'with the Intent'on ol getting
t||| , m u , »„„euder, which, l.oWcwer, llic
ln< | i# |„ stubbornly lieeliufil to do. The
re aiued their posiiicm during the
night, and tills afternoon a twelve pound
Najioleon gun Ihr for the scene oi the
~
** rid Imhans Unless
between fony and fifty li ive b*en recaj»
t ^
,i.
Mu«
ofllce
arv
hich
The
.,
il
T1 „, SK Canal surveyors arc boring.
ci 'h artcr of thc"^!i"ihroug"' whhh they I ±
\
ineiured work on Monday, last <«nd pro-' j lt r r | T
p »s d to »ett'e a six-inch well to ti e ; January.
^ ()f sevt .|ityßve feet.— Chronicle . nance
^ Toledo, Olno,on Friday, W. A.
a|| , II1|)1( , yer oft he FennsylvanU
K , ü 'r oaa O uipiiny, shot hi. wire with a
verand aftcrwanl* shot ami killed
himsc f. The catise of the shooting is
said to be jealousy,
D
The
P
cImivsI
lust
lOt'i
Janj
M'KCIAL MlTlL't:*.
.A. OJVIR/ID.
To all who are sufTering nom Hie error« 1 13
id indiscretion* ot youth, nervous we< k- !
e»rly decay, loss of manhood, Ac., I »«re
red pe that will cure you, I lion
FKKE »<F CHARE. Thl« great remedy suing
iNsionsry In Meutti House,
day
l and
w»*s dhCovered by a
.a merle*«. Hem! a s«-lf ««htressed envelop*«
I«» the Hr v Joseph T Inman, Mlallou 1),
Bmle House, New York City.
dec20-e'»d a wlv
The
tier
"W- IMZ
The
will
j «lay.
In the
dec
E
K1AM
l„ !
ill
day,
I in«*
E
i
621 Market Street,
Announco their first opening for 1879 to be
will
14ih
i h«»ur«
E
Hamburg Edgingw,
Guipure Hamburgs.
Embroidered Trimmings,'
h
aw
P
1 the
BRETON LACES.
GUIPURELACES
< rs
\ he
III
d
-and
N
TORCHON LACES
pi
(
•M
1
The above goods
on g the finest
« sold
lb very satisfactory
, ,. lug
would say tliut Hie tl
« lower in price than e\ er known hluill
N
importe«!, being Ihe s
• !
for several
d
id no
g< »Oils
lit
it
before.
We
ild Invite a critical e:
we kl
Ination
them lo be •
osl goed«
M
Hi
burgs
oi k ami maierial th
1 at as low prices.
of o
fin«
1.x
aide
ket
the
hill
In the market
All the leading hi und« of
,
SHEETING
1
'
'
the
—AND—
via
of
and
at
in
SHIRTINGS
,
!
At wholesale price« by yard
piece.
'
Ladies
•f
For several season«
ir entire Hi
have clased out
of Coats, not carrying on«
over, we desire to do the same tills winter
and have made price* which
accomplish it. Call and
(Joes
tkluk will
them.
dis
the
all
W. M. Kennard & Co,
of
ear
all
Wilmington, Del. i
;
:
Ian*
ïlow is the i;me
Tre
I'a.
a
the
TO BUY YOUR
STOVES
1
J
It.
AND GET YOUR
Heaters Put in Orden
of
1 have Just reduce«] ttie price of all Cook
1 , Parlor and Heating Stove* to
1
it the
ill
hard li
Call and *ee the prices before you buy,
has
Lin
early
ex
Dela
and
her
K. momci^on,
Cor. Tblr# *n«l Nhl|tltj I
N . K—Heaters cheaper than ever.
no v si i
N otice — Annual meeting of the Mill
Creek Union Association, lor the De
Tliieve* and Recovery of
Stolen Properly, will be held 1
Flail. In M ill Creek hundred, on
the J8th of J
lection ot FF«
and
by
real
a
wh*
Eliza
aud
Union
... Saturday,
nary, 1*79, at 1 o'clock, p.
DAViD EAST BURN.
President.
J«n9-w2t*
Bank
R. (J. HrcKi XLii am, Se< 'y.
OilCE 1» HEHr.BY G.V EN THAT
i»pllemon to Leglsla
Delaware at tl»e iexi
term, for the pannage or ah Act to divorce
e, a vinculo mutrinumi from mv hus
band, Rl< hard W. Crook,
dedf-wlmoa
N
I will make a
of the State of
ELLEN S.CROOK.
wants.
ant Li _ Eine Htitrta o matte at *>i We,
Bil 'icii.W a halfdoaeu. In a m- i.-< t«a
nerlor mmot rtJF 7» oenu apiece A foo i Marine
IH riiaranle* it Cali ai 3t'6 r.a»l Kililh loll,
îtrÏM WM MILLE*. m'o
f« l'owing
nation
Nit'l'ii tc ■. i we find
J ' I m*>moii
— :":r ~ and
XTOl'ICK -t he annual m-oting of the fifty
N Hlcikhôll r« ôfXodd FellrVv Ha I wJ
(o m mu IV w II he held in the Hall on ai d
Wednesday afternoon, January If». l«79. at Heve
9 o'clock ' HKNUT KCKKi., ! evidence
" jnuy i m Secretary. ance
J lIU - , V thousand
\TOTI<K.—The annual ineoMng «»r ihe j lt . ve
Member» of tlie New «'a«Lle County , ,»hk|hi
I In* lira» ce Co , will beheld at.their | M | ( > r
kol «tIeet. on Mo day, J *nu- Hn
in a. in. lo 2 p m., at a|1 p
111 be an election for fl»d
e for three year» eight
will meet at t o'clock, p. ,, rel „|
WlLLlAM TATNAI.L. HiMudlne
President. J,. ..
w
1
tf
,i.
Mu«
ofllce 602 M
arv Jhlh, 1SÏU, rro
hich lime the
Director« »
The Direct«
., lo organ)
il
I ±
\
j lt r r | T registered between the iNt
; January. Aller the latt«»r date Hie
nance will ta* strictly enforced agaliikt
r.glsterwhdog».
janS-t20
and
which
I" T
KU- ,| ,^t
20i h «>f B tock
«• hum
.11
We
jar«*
i t
public.
have
tile (
WM. J. MAXWKLL
Chh f ot Poli
Jao2-li
D ividend notice.
The National Bank
MINQTON A ilBANPYWINE.
Wilmington, Del., Jauuary £, l«70
The Board of D« rector« hav- this <l«y de
dlvtdend of «lx per c
onlh«, payable
taxes.
E WlL
. for « be
and a'ler the
K. KlcE,
Cashn-r.
cImivsI
lust six
lOt'i Inst, clear
Janj 6t
I
all I
of the
1 13 LECTION. , .
! J he btockhohlers of thl« Institution
I »«re hereby notified that tin* annual Klee
I lion for twelve Dlrccun*. to s
suing year, will be held at their Banking
House, In Smyrna, on luesday, me 14« ti
day oi January, next, between itie hoarsof
l and 4 o'clock, p. m. By order
W . M HELL, Cmahler.
yrua, Dec
dec I-1 PI 31W
)
The National Bank of
tier f>th, 1*7«.
E
lection notice.
Union Na
W l LM 1 NOTON, De«:. 14, 1K78.
The annual election for nl
will be in Id at the (»unking In
j «lay. the Fourteenth d»y ot Juauary, 1*7»,
• the hour« of two and lour o'clock,
In the aller uoou.
dec 14-e* alte
E
nal Hank ok
Directors,
Court,
New
By
1171,
in««
Hall,
l„ !
John peoples,
( 'ashler.
lection nötige.
First National Bank or
Wilmington,
W ilium.
Notice is hereby g
te«*llhg of the Mloc«holder* ol the hunk
ill he n« ld at Hit* bunking hou*«*, oui
day, the I4ih «lay «if January. irCü. betwe«*u
I in«* hours oi i and 4 o'clocs, p. m., for Hie
Mlocki,older», lo
•tor« the ensuing year.
UEO. D. ARMSTRONG,
E
A.
lug
City
C' H.s.
lo
cel
erly
ui.d
sld
*r,
street
of
ning
cel
<»f
the
i
I, Del . Dec. 14, 187«
that the a
al
electing nl
i*urj»oBe
Dh
Cashier
decU-te
be
LECTlUN NOTICE.
National Rank ok Wilmi
ton and Brandywine,
Wllniltgiou. Del.. 1
Notice In hereby gl
will he held
14ih day of January, 1879, between
i h«»ur« of 2 und 4 o'clock, p. in, for the |*
of « lecllug nl
E
Fifth
:. 14, 1S78.
election
tlie
(lie
lhai
tlie banking liouse,
h TllK N aTIonal Ha
aw ARK, AT VY 1LMINUTC
(9) Director*.
serve
P
E RICE,
1 the ensuing j ear.
CM
NK or Dkl
N, Dec. 14, '78.
I to the HlockliOld
:iloi
Notice is hereby g
< rs Ol this 1 ns*
\ he held »t I he
January 14, is
III I ou I
electing
« Ii
I, mal
i
( h
«Ui
»».
Hi. !
VIocK.p
purp
Ü
the
K. 11. EWBANKS
C
«!«•«• :4-i
si
t«»
UTlC'E.—The
lug loi
ual
and G » e
»«•ting of the
Vuiiey 1 urn
N
\v
'p«ny,w»d
electa
the office of the
s»ild
• l
pi
h lake place
o 1 West
i.
(
A
h •
•M
ary I3lh, !■
!«»«• k
iluK T, J K ,
a >
». EDW
Jtilii-113
Kl» BRIN
1
y
sold
fendcreu and call«
,. lug expired, tho
Hie tl * u b, e Inal butte
hluill p
N OTICE—To Delln«|uenu«»f City and
Ncliool I «xi-s loi 1*7 4. Bills h .
• I
fo
1'
Wli.ll i
d
In
•all and
»lleei tbe taxes
EDM UND I'KOVOHT,
WinLUM KYNE.
Office, No. 10, E. »lxtli
d King.
•"■d
lh costs
'
t
be •
M ulket
Homs,« m.
, l«» 1J
j aud 7 U» V>.
VTUTICI
1.x ukkick Watkr Ijei*
Wl I. Ml NOT«
The bills l«»r
aide at the regl
ket st
paid «»
TO W A 1 E
M ENT,
» kl, , Dec. luih, 1S78.
I 1
ly Hint (...y
office, No. pfjo M
'Hie law require« that nil bills
before January 31si, 1879, the
i paid d
, face ol the hill ; lh
ung
he
February. Üve per cent, addi
tion»« 1, thoMe paid during il»e month of
1 March, ten per cent, additional, and any
it retuulnlng unpaid alter April 1st,
' 1*79. the registrar is required Uj have tho
' ferrules withdraw!
the
onlh «
l
I;
It Instituted b
the amount due,
be lei mm
rears, with a«««
lug ferrule«
(i
i«l ihe
ch premlHf«
•every
, water will
until such
for d
! hour«, 9 a
Ï
60u
paid, office
W. J. MORROW,
Reglsliar.
to 4 p IX» .
' decll-eod Jan.feb.eod
Goats.CHRISTMAS!
U
out
on«
winter
S. H. STAATS.
1*.
will
No. 405 Nurket Nl ,
lias Just Opened an Elegant
htoek of *
K<
Co,
New Goods*
i
Suitable for the Approaching
Christmas Holidays,
Consisting of
; Milk & Linen handkerchiefs,
: Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Embroidered Zephyr Work,
Pocket-Hooks, Fancy liaskels,
Laces, ltutlliiijifs, Ties, Ac.
Besides an Endless Variety of
Fancy and Useful Articles,
At Very Low Price«.
T
Cook
it the
BOSTON VARIETY
STORE!
I
I*
-stocked with useful present* of all
uds for children and adult*.
Mill
De
of
'.ARGE WAX DOLLS
Union
p.
Over two feet high lor
90 Cents,
And many other smaller kinds.
Also, hundreds of things too numerous to
mention. Lome and look before you buy
THAT
Leglsla
iexi
divorce
hus
801 Market St.
an law
To the l?ablic.
We, the umleraigm-U, a Oommjiiee »«
i.-< t«a bv tlie lielaware «laie Eire JMid
Marine Inaurance Comi»ny of Wllmln*
loll, Detnniare. to make an esainln.tin.il
m'o U- c,million, la* leave u. make the
f« l'owing report: Upon a careful ex*
nation o' it* *ecurllh*«, book« ami i»apnn» (
we find that the Company In»« In Itt uus
m*>moii an«l belonclug to it one bund
and nineteen thousand two bund red ww
fifty dollar* In bond«, inortKag.*«, Htocka,
wJ Hrtaie. A*- of wh.ch flfjy-«»« U»ou.
ai d live hundred and nay do!
Heve lo he Üi«t-Cl»«s, ana I tum Mm« And
evidence In regard to the value ol the bal
ance of the above ««curlilea »lily- wo
thousand «even hundred dollar«, we be
j lt . ve them to he valuable ; but a« they
, ,»hk|hi of mortgage» oti Coal Land» in the
| M | ( > r ] u r of Pommy I vanla and real eelaie
Hn dolher*ecu r »itfc*at adiniance.wecannol
a|1 p rox i„ m ie their true value. We also
fl»d OM( , hundred and ninety two thousand
eight bundled and fifty * »ne dollar» In
,, rel „| um note* In »he po*«e«»lo > of M»«
Company, anil that ihere are to-day out
HiMudlne police* In lore« amounting
J,. .. »,,,i||uii live hundr. d and nl
i
«s|
25
I >•
Also
Dottees.
ported
tm
. all of
u<ual plan except one
rid live liun
which in op the
idreti m lid «lx «loll
She
and flve h
which In
We
I and l
,| ,^t and iorty-»ix doh
B tock plan.
hum
«y
« for I«»««««
clal
We fl d lliat «Il Ju
promptly paid, the took« of
panv plainly ami well kept ami
jar«* s.» lsfb-1 ma» the Company I« now
i t lias t»e«*n honestly and ecoimmlcMlly
anugci and worthy the confidence oi the
public.
Fnro
have b
tile ( '«
N.
T**as
o lass
TliOMAM DARLINGTON,
. D. CAKPEN 1 Eli, JK ,
O. CHANDLER,
ha MITEL MU Ill'll ET
Wilmington, Del., Dec. #0, ISÎH.
Wii.minuton. Del., Dec. 30th, 1S7H.
Cam.
Ho.
I certify thaï after a careful examination,
, taken from the ImkiIis
correct. 1 have also
Ho.
Ite
all I he ah'
of the Company
«1 examined all the securities above
•lerre*l to
PROF. WM.A. REYNOLDS.
Special Auditor.
) dccao-1wditw.
PUBLIC BALES.
XECUTUE'M SALK
E
REAL ESTATE!
I. a
order of the (Jrphan*'
Court, «»f the Ntaie or Delawur*. In am
New Ca«tle County, mud» kt N
By virtue of
Cast I«,
e Meaomi day «»I Hepiainlrer, A. D
1171, will be exposed at pabllc vendue, at
in«« Dataware iioa«e, opd<
Hall, In tha Cliy of Wllaiington,
SATURDAY, «he latdav «»f FEBhUARY
k. p. irt. , the follow
(h
« ib* City
lo
A. D., 1K79 at S
lug tl6K<Tih«d Real Estate, kiluata In li e
City of Wllniiiigton aforesaid, tielrrg Hi«
properly of Can artnc McManamln. da
C' H.s. d, txmnded and da«crlbeil as follow*,
lo wit ;
No. 1. All that oertaln lot, pleca, or par
cel of laad wnb a HGck Dwelling H«»u
thereon, beginning al a point on the norlti
erly side «»f Flflli street, between Hp
ui.d Church strenla at the «Il tance of
hundred und llfty feet from the westerly
sld of Church str«*el, thence northerly
parnlhd lo Church «tn-At eigli y-two feel
•r, tnenco easterly parallel to
eighteen feet to another
*r, thence southerly parallel to Church
street Hulity-lwo h-wi lo me aforesaid «nie
of Fifth Hltvei, and thence along the «».me
westerly eighteen fuel to the placeaf begin
ning
No. 2. All that oertaln lot, ph
cel <»f lainl beginning at a point on tbe
northerly side of h ifth *t
Hjiruae and ( hurah «treeta. b. lag a e rner
<»f lot late of Tin mas A » k< w. «I**«*« asetl, al
the (liauihce of one liundr«»«! ami thirly l
«»rear I« ms from the westeny side of
ortherly parallel to
t eighty-two feet to a corner
stak«', thence easterly parallel
•treel eighteen feet to
Ik
all
Uir«»e
treen
hy
I
Fifth
A
Is
<11
cal
111«*
and
The
lug,
tlie
par
■t iM'twee
« Ii
•h at reel, them:
( h
Fifth
a corner, thenco
ch «Heel alghly.
roresaid hl<l«> of Fifth
feel
the
■oudierly p
ail'd tO
«» fe«
lo Hie
si r<-et. and then' «* tierewilli «•Iglnei
t«» Hu* | ll
Attend
t beg
• will lie gl
nng.
the
e k
III*
the
s»ild by
BERNARD DUN \ II
E,
|.la
h
Ur hy John Walks Bishkll,
His 'ttorney.
A t'est ; J. M. HousM a N, Clerk orphan«'
k
J.I.I1 >S,
,31 h h
I' Hit ddB/1
LO
JYOlt RE NT.-»' «»use HI
Wheel«
A pi »ly to
Ja.iM dawtf
1 > h
;
1'
d

, lghl SNOI'N, i
e sill Wrird.
T. L. MuUSLKY.
and
"
jtuR REN T.— S**v«*ral .id siory roc
' tin* OuzelU* building.
t
>« in
E
poll RENT — H«*c.
Apply
«1-story front room
zetu: build log. 4d> Market street,
this «»ffic .
*
DUU SALE.
I 1 A st<»r<* Property, with lft acre« of
laud, good brick dwelling Iiduhc
oui-buiidings. Price 93Aon.
bills
the
1 other
A bargain.
Apply to EVaNH PENNINGTON,
Eighth and Market Is.
he
of
any
1st,
tho
OOR MALE.—Six head of Cattle, four < f
I; which are young, and will welgti 7,000
pounds, the other« 1
1-4U1 lfw*
fat cows. Addi
L. C. JtlHTlM.
K«n»n< dy ville, Md.
b
Ji
ihe
Ï J1ÜR 8ALE — F
; room brick hoiiMes, «
between 11 Lh and 12LI» Hired-.. F
ulton a ply 10 J. Augu
Heiuel, Hasting A Co'», Rolling
60u Del.
two-story «lx
Walnut Hired,
f<
McCaulley.
ill.
dec24 -1 in *
riORMALE.-A high y improve«! Tu»
U or itt3 acre*,In White Clay Creek him
Osag Hedge. Dl
Lurs-e appl
chard in full bearing. Public school ad
joining the farm. Building* — Large Man
sion,Double Tenant House, Barn, o
» all oilier building« necibHary
farm. 2 mile» fro
Cent
Wilmlnghm. A
JNU. W. Will
Real Estate ag't, 2 W. F
5I21-W A«d
ured. a II encl«»*«d In
Vided Into five field*.
ol
» ary
first cl
1*. W . A B R. R.
lie* fro
ed. 9
pnly to
TEM AN.
dh strei t
ington, i>el.
Wll
For Hule.
K<
r h
Iding lot*
d Ja«'k*«»n Hlreels.
Thr« e lots In Jack*
Seventh.
Five lot* In Fifth between Vau Buren and
Harri
H. E. corner Front
between rdxlh
nd
Hlreet*.
Ullpii
d Brno
Av
between Har
: street*.
d norlb ofthe above,
»rner llurrl»ou and
Five lot* adjo
log
Work,
Ac.
Fi
hit* at M. W. c
g Ave
T
hit* <
Harris«
Delaware A
d Br«
between
Five lots
1'ennsyl
11a A'
min« and
Fourleeutti
THOMAS R. I.ALLY,
Real K* I
802 Market
• Agent
dec'28-tr
LL rhKKUNS WHO wish hi i Con I, ouy
11 FiirniH, may sa vs Irntthleutui
l,y holering their liâmes at
wmiKMAM'H kaum auk.ncy,
Mo, 2 Weal FourtliHt.
A
©r* r '-'i*
-A wtl
E I-1.\TN( oIIc«*|(m| tint! E'roiM-r
II«*«» C a r<* Tu II y .Uniuigcd.
roin ej niicing %c<*ai rale 1 1 |; x .
ecule«l. Il K A 1,1» «1 4 0.,
Clayton House IK11 lining.
|}ili4
FINE FURNITURE
all
W. D, McElwee,
Offer for sale, a largo
d carefuUy select
U stock of
NEW & SECOND-HAND
FU RN ITU RE,
to
buy
At their store,
Wo. 504 Tatnall Mtrcet.
Goods will be sold to suit purchasers.
octl-6m
New Year 1879
Comma« re 11 rlsnt by cap,, lri
CllIPPKN's
For your 0
Tc.Ab and COI-Ftd
We have the bent
CSO CENT 'I i: A
• Adn
25 cent Breakfast CoS«
Hold In thl« city. Try them.
COFFEES FROM 14 CTv |»,. rp
TEAS FROM MCTH.Ib. i p
grade Te*»»
Also a lull IIn* of tilg
Dottees. and the heul old
ported 3 1»**. for 91.00
OUK HTOCK OK FANCY UOOlij,
Vases and Japanese Wan
olTerlng low lo cl«.*e ..nd ir U n
room lor New tiood»
huxm « Nultl »1 « ont,
We
Fnro Pepper & Spices a Sp cr-l
N. B — We a
T**as and (Coffees elegant pre*Miu«,[ v*»
o lass ware, T«iy* and Fancy (iinaU
Kl
to
Crippen's Tea Stoni
Ho. 8 West Third St
-AM)—
Ho. 6 East Second S
Q^*Only 3 doors from Mpj
street. Look for Ked Fronts
Name, C rippen.
kj
THE BLANCHARD
Blood & Nerve FOffl
_Concentrated Ll^UIb KOJ
preparml directly from the 1
I. a Pi
WHEAT KERNEL
without Kermentatl
, and reuinini
of lui
BLOOD NERVE AND BRAIS
restoring element« In a natural m
vlUtllxalloh.
Nervons Debiliti
which underlie« all form« or ChronfcJ
overcome by Hie .*
», I« speedily
Ik is Fois].
year pa»t 1 have rot*!
the Blanch
•'For the
prescrU»ed
AND NERVE FOOD to my pat
all ages, from elghUM*n nun. lin» to tp
Uir«»e y«*ars. I
treen exactly that clalmtsl by joo.il
hy far the most valuable an! :».ai
I onic I h
Edward Hutton smith. M U,
a Hi
î the
•ry
ever met with.
20 1
lug Place, >*-w Von
FOOD
AT JL.AS 1
DRUG
A Substitute For
FOOD I« ma<ieacuraii
centration and aitlflclul dlg'-siion, c.
Is no simple In It« application that TM
vice of Physicians is not requlrel,
Thousaii«lN of reo
<11 «eases
cal skill has falle«l.
Many of the best Physicians thrm*»
111«* country ar«i DlMCAKDINO Uhl«
and using the BLA NCH ARI» HL'Jt!
AND NERVE FOOl> with Uu* uinslfi
Hying resulls, p« rnianeiilly rwllevu.«.
forms of
The Dyspeptic and C
suflereis from Malarial or BJ<m,i P«-jm
lug, together wlih Hie entire Ils; ri i(
ts peculiar to the F«*mah* Hnb.i
tlie u«e of 11:1« Food '»uru and Spw jî
lief.
»•i.'DVS
«ries f
•|*<»rled, where tlit-Is*;
Miysical and .Menial i
pnv. I
|.la
Npw Y«»kk. Novel»b«r '■
Dr. V. W. Rlanciiard 1 »or. »
I have pi escribed y«»ur v»r
past ye
préparât l«»ns of Food C
y they ha
LO
met
, giving
>
pain
hied liy hl«
«lrugdoslag the
, ehr«

and uerue lore«:.
Prop ULKMENCKH. I.OZIKR.Ml
id Hup
York City
M«*«i. College
Women, N
i of H«
"

I!iin«lr«slH of cases of BRIGHT'!
E A H E
tlie Kidneys have be
For Neuralgic
I Kiwi®
*« It is ul most a »peeltl«* Pii"
1 Menial Debility from the u*«* of A
. and Tobacco
nable cause, find ln thl« Food » •
rai and pot
tl.
* l«e
remeiJy.
Foil Tim INTELLECTUAL Wow
The BliANCIIAKD
f
Blood and Nerve Ft
afford* a certain ami natural nie
supplying the wu«le of ihe brai;- r *'
lug Iron» labor Inal will enabl«* *
tH-ller aud more w«»rk than ever i* 1
without danger of mental »train.
A« a remtxly for the 1«»«« ol AppR-™
want of vigor, phy«lcal anil H»èoa
children, thl« Food ha« no rival.
»I •« »fr D.III., or«H'«f*®'
SOI.D i!Y AI.I. DRUGGISTS
receipt of P r **
Or Neill by Expre*«
A If IX» V K K Til KOI, OU K - A I. SKMlNdl
Andover, Ma**., Marcii^l
Your Life r<»«xl 1* an excellent t» ,a *|
have no hesitation, after a tlioroug»4
ol It, In recommending It m
chronic dyspepnia and nervou» l' ru "
lion.
9
Kiev. Dr. AUHJ IN FHEl
I) cf
THE BLANCHARD F O
8YHTEM now receiving such pop"
predation is clearly set forth hi *
ill l»e
receipt of 26 cents.
to
A'ldrc 5 *'
ph lei winch
dress
Blanchaid Food- Cure
167 Union Square, New '° r
|y23-«ll.vefMlA w
OARRET HU
309 MARKET Ml«
D
ELA WARF
WILMINGTON. M
lace In tlie city K»
A ROVE THIRD,
The cheai'eNt
UAUTETi
OIL CLOTHS
MATTINGS „oi
AWL WINDOW H* 1 *
llmirv Or(*«lM'
809 MARKET HT
N. B. - »tag - »riiet wove • "•
~ul loweet mai Keimst notice
.
P RESTOS AYAItD, , ( . K
PRACTICAL WATCH MA»
And dealer
ALKKIOAN Ah»
W AXCIl®
CLOCKS, JUWEl- 8
EÏK-OLA^HE^ wabJ ,
stkeb 1
SPECTACLES,
NO. 806 MARKET
Wilmington,
Particular attention paid to rer^i
ail Its branches *, also, chang»^us i
gl a ss e s. Has a good assortment «
oanstautly on band. . .. , «,(^1
The public is cordially lnvllAi^l
•zamme say stock and
Hi*"

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