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THIRD EDITION
lte
had
Tke rslltlsal Debets.
iSIWSUSS SAWIILD
FI.AITKTINU TU«
DBMOCRATê
—HBPUB1.ICA8S
bloody enlBi ajid uususu back
DEFIANCE.
W Asm ko ton, April 3.—General Gar
field i, answered to-night, a>d tot ouly
answered but aim hilaled. lt h ts l<e«ti a
day ut strouit speeches in the House, but
the strongest anti the best was ma le by
Blacbbom, of Kentucky, lt was oiler
three o'clock before he took the door.
Proctor Knott had op-ned the day'» de
bate w th an able legal argument, but
KuoU's voice is weak, and, while he is
oue of the most talented meu and bright- nt
est wits who has ever sat in the llnuse, !
rarely appeals in debate upon tlie Hour, |
«nd ïhSîb« d.M coiumatids .««.diou
b> the mattei and not the manner of his
speech. Wiihal, h.; la an exceedingly |
modest man, and while his oratorital
quiver is loaded to tlu* brim with witty
»halts of ridicule and hyperbole, as w
evidenced by his immortal speech on
Duiutli, he is not g-ven t«» udng these
puugtMit w«*a|K)Us and dt'ii.hts more in
the dr> tom s of the law. Ilis speech to
day was con lined entirely to the le^al
questions at issue, and was an able expo
si ion ol the law. Af er Knott cam«* a
speech of entirely a (litter eut order fiom
an entirely different man. It was the
maiden spe«?cli ol a new member, liciick,
the only Republican fr<
After llo .ok came # Robes n, tlie Ex
Secretary, who has already »Utpped to
the fore as one of the Republican 1« adtus,
and evidenc- «1 by Ins m iiiuei and *pe«.'ch
to-da> ti at I edoes not mean to play sec
ond liiWlleto anybody on the Republican
side. II«; held that the Republicans
were not fighting for a military power,
but defending a civil power; that the
posse cotuilalus could be used under the
present law, at the instance of the civil
authority, and to esforc- the civil ia*s.
it was a good point, and lie mad" it tlie
bone and marrow of his speech. Rut he
went one step ioo far. He admitted
that tlie purpose ol the law was to ei able
tlie £> a *• auihoritiea to keep the {H'ace at
tbe polls, and right then and there anoth
er new member, who is rapiJly coming
to the fore a* a lawyer (McLane, of Mary
land), punctured the whole stiucture
with a single question: *'ls there any
decision of tlie Supreme Court which
eveu intimates that there exista such a
thing as a United Stales peace to be pro
tected ? Is there any law anywhere in
the Comtitution or out of it which makes
it the duty «>1 tlie United Sûtes to keep
the peace ?" Robinson was obi g«*d to
admit there was not, and his aigument
w as broken, lt is not tlie duly « f the
United Males to keep tlie pttaiv, and it is
not iu duty to protect the peace. That
dnty devolves upon the Sûtes and mu
nicipalities, not th«i United btates, so
said McLane and the position could not
be refuted.
But the great speech of th« «1 iy w
Blackburn'«. He .'poke from his seat
die sid«, to the right of the
mam aisle, and a little nearer the front
he left lie
the Denn
ban Garfield's
sal, ovt
did not stride up uud «l >wii the ai
Garfield did. if«- hardly moved f «
hide his desk. But be spok
and eloquently, and matte
First ot .«Il th«* Démocrate, I
Republicans o
had bc<>k«d hiiuselt.
,'ith volumes of the Congrrational
/ta'urd, with bill* and laws. John Kill*,
of Louisiana, sat at bis elbow to hautl up
the ilocumems as they w* re wanted. The
"haft" of I he bombardment fell on Gai
tield. Reading from tbe Ii*:ord Black
burn laid bar«- voteafter vote which Gar
field h.id cast for legislaiton far more re
volutionary than anything now tbouglit
of. He re vie we«l the legislation which
had been enact* d to make the Supreme
Court partisan. He reviewed the legis
lation of the Republicans «lining Andy
.John-on's time. He read the liccurd
where the Republican party tri»*«l to
«ïoerce President Job
to an arn. y appr pnation b: 11 a clans»
taking from the Preside
powers as Commander»«u-chief :
by tiie Constitution, ami (hen he made a
strong point by recitii g fr.
the message ot Job
bill without h.H Mg
ppropr
contained rxuunn
lutionary than any
other bill before
the articles
Johnson, and recalled the fa.
main cause of bittern« .
M'as einb died
Andr«-w Juliusen for abuse of the veto
power."
There was a sensation when, after ting
ing the changes ou this fact, Blackburn
I» the

vig..rousiy
ry shot tell,
lash, d iba
iu a hieb be
heir record
His dar»
and attached
if the
th.- i.
ird
ng the
declining
uie, b
ou b.d alt I
matter
to veto
'
nor«
my
ea«l
'I
n be
of
pearl
ag.iliiHf
tbat the
again*! Join sen
It
p.-acl
ked ! bat this artiel.- impeach
President f<
ai
ing he v. t.* p«)W»
•rural
not \ oteu to
■ 1 ev

ti
■ tune « he geul
l as von I . g
bat at that
i
«»hi-, l
Error*
■d
ud the
voting
I slio
l.ler t.
sh
tiler
h (1
di«
lit,
*
in from Oh
» Lise I
lie
• i
h
but l
h
ma
ti
«d
.id
the «' bsi
have r<*maiued until
ty to which G«»d, m
ed him. "J find voting wnh liim llutii
ford B. Hi\ es, of Ohio." It was .»si,,
thrust, ami the JL u.se saw tf «; force
the 1« gic as Blackburn proceed«--*!
the parallel be> ween then aud now ih
wbeu Mr. Hayes voted io i
President for abusing the ve
aud thaï Pre-ide
veto an appropriation bill; and n
when tlie majoil'v in C- ogress is de
nounced as revolutionary tor at radii ng
olijectionaiile legis-ation t
tion hill
veto liv (lie same Mr. Hayes.
"Well," said Mr. H,»
in«»re seemly fra contiruicii
preach the virtue ot »
queen of the «1« mi-mo
Hi* wisdom, im«
id
P
t
i «1
Ii a
ip«
Ihi
d not
I propna
.1
threaten««!
Veto—
(»urn, "it is
ebriata to
e, t.*r tbe
-ing of fe
male viitu**.*», for the devil t«< prate the
doctrine of salvation h> lalih, tha 11 for
tbe gentleman from Oh
to lead
speech bristled with suc»,
and t« eme«l
aud whim, in conclus
tiie Democrat,* were
the principle ;
■! by li
»I*
and 1rs 11 iriy
*1 aut \ .'* The
hoiui i«is
•ona*
iih such am
Iv
lee
I
11 at
l\
'U
need be,
the Congress •
then go to the
1 until
and
it m
pi t
uppl
I*
ve re
a
»■
judgim-ut., the D«*
d.
1
ocrat
ed to the echo and «heg.
T0-1 ight tiie d- hate w
kept Up until a late hour, but non
speeches attracted special atte. t
that a vote
J
i and
u
« of tlie
on.
will be
probable :
cached belo'e Sj
is n
,ur*l«v.
LUKUl'L.
HZ KO EDIN TO «E UK]
LT.
r Szkokpin, Aprl 3.—The tilling up
the bi. iik* iu the d.i
menced. A«
• rn lie com
ilertaken
ill
factor has 1
repair and raise the da«
inn t bitty
. The rebulMi' g of »lie t«<wn
Jun , when it
oiuht «
will h*
expected the ground will h«* «1 r\
THK EMl'E
Bkiti.i n, At»ril 3 .— Bürgt
»aiul«i.*sly ext
envted i
H
S W< UND.
IIS lia e M1C
ng a s ra ti
111 tlie Rui
n' old ng's at
ceed «1
powder w inch had remain« «I
]»eror William's bead »ince
temjit on ins life.
« t
liTMl UHlMî *MlMr.
The B. L. S., of.Bugby Academy, et
lte regular inaetli'l ywtrrdaj atternouo,
had an sta-tlon uf oAean with üm fol
lowing result:
President —E. A. Ryon.
Vice-Pre»ldent—Win. P. Hastings.
Secretary —Citas. Kittinger.
Tressnrer—Wal'er L. Butler.
Sergeant-at- Arms— K. T. Kegandank.
Editor of JlryarU littord —Frank «V
Pierson.
Assistant editor —J. Morris Bobiuson.
Critic —lir. 8. W. Murphy.
. meat,
are
t!ty
dig
bill
for
der,
Ijnu
due
firm
s«*nt,
ceipt
beeu
and
and
get
to
they
it
him
ccut
any
ter.
A
A Geod Showing.
The ail dir. at the police office have
hmv.t before been managed so well a*
under the present management of Chief
nt Polio« Wm.J. Maxwell. There has
I*®** 11 U| '> r « tiines and dog tax coiimn d
l' al *I °ycr to the ci«y Treasurer, than
^0^^^ * b "
During Jauuary he collected for Hues
$H7, dog tax »1 Î123 ; Febiuary, flneM $88,
«log tax SU.'?: March fiueM, tlbs.61 dog tax
&H« 11» making a total of UjitiOOi.
as- - -
4ppol«»l*i«*nt Y«l.
Owing to the absence of Bishop Slmp
son, at Worcester, M tss., there has been
no ap(M>iutm tit made to dll the vacant
Presiding Eldership uf the Dover Dist'ict
caused by tbe death of K«v John Hough,
—Char lea O'Conor ha* written opinion
In favor of the hidden« of Tennessee
builds,HU-taming the validty of the liens
• the prill clpal of the State.He streu
• I against the propoedsettlein
eut of the State »lebt.
gly adv
SPECIAL NOTICES.
_A_
alt who are surterlng ii
and Indiscretions ol youth, nervous we«.k
anhotsl, Ac., 1
111 c
1
be errors
, «'«»rJy decay, loss of
►end a recipe that
FREE OF CHARE. This areal
whs di-onvered by a missionary In Sout
America. Send h s»*lf--addressed envelop"
the Kkt Jokkpu T. Inman, Hlatlou D
a^ew York City.
d«jc20-e id a \vl v
will
y<
th«*
the
an
use
or
qiu
lo
"P'
of
eiai
tlie
the
the
J
it
siue
An
spe>
bill
I d
i
T HE BLANCHARD
Blood & Nerve FOOD
Is a Pure Concentrated LIQUID FOOD,
prepared directly from the
WHKAT KEKNEL,
without Fermentation, and retaining all
or its
BLOOD NERVE AND BRAIN
restoring elements in a natural state oi
▼itallaallou.
Nervous Debilitv
which underlies all forms or Chronic Dis
ease, is speedily overcome by Uie use ol
this Food.
'•For tlie year r«ast 1 have constantly
prescrltx*d THE BLANCHARD HLoOu
AND NERVE FOOD to rny pat buts ol
all ages, from eighteen moi. tbs to eighty
three years. In every case the result has
neen exactly Ibai «•lalm *«l by you. It is
by far the most valuable and reliable
Ionic 1 have t-ver met
El)W ARD K'TToN NMITII. M. D..
A) Irving Place, ISew York.
■ I :
re
to
a
FOOD
AT XjAST
DRUGS
A Substitute For
FOOD Is made a curative agen «by
uric tat digest
in
i
central lo
Is so simple Ii
vice ol Fhysiclai
Thou
dise
cul skill h
I
, and I
» Its application that Tiie ad
ns is not required,
t.ds ot recoveries iroin chronic
i reported, where the best me.il
lulled.
Many of tbe liest IMivsleians throughout
the country are DISCARDING DRUG«*
aud using the BLA NCHAKD B LUO U
AND NERVE FOOD with tue most grat
ifying results, permanently relieving all
forms of Physical and Mental Debility.
Tiie Dyspeptic and Consumptive Patient,
suffereis from Malarial or Blool Poison
ing, togelh. r with the entire lint or com
plaint« peculiar to the Female «ex And in
the use ol this Food sure aud speedy re
lief.
Nsw Yokk, November 26, 1877.
Dr. V. W. Blancuamp; During the
I iiave piescrlbed y«»ur various
preparations of F.hkJ Cure, and feel happy
to say they have met my most sanguin«
expectations, giving to patients long eu
feebled by blood p
and
pasty
Cll
drug dosiag uie uetxled uutriiioi
'
K. CLEMENCE H. LOZIER. M. D
Dean oi Horn Med. College and Hospital
for Women, New York City
Hundreds of cases ot f
the Kidneys have be
For Ne
BRU» HT'« DJ «
E A M E
cured.
: and
*es it is
id Mental Debil
and i
*t a specific
1'bvslc
■ ol A ICO*
h«l, ij
*r t
any uii
this FcmmI a until
de ca
. find
remedy.
IIHIU
tal and p* 4
Fob tub INTELLECTUAL Wokkki«
a lle II i. A Cil Alt I»
Blood and Nerve Food
affords a «•■
«
*ln aua natural
waste of the «ira
that w ill «'liable him lo do
re work than ever before,
r of mental strain.
supplying ti
•suit
x iron
:
better
.id
ng
As u
iy i
A ppetite
id
r, physic
;
eutal. iii
cliilüreu. il» s • ood b
rival.
P
91 OO |M*r Hol f I«*, or O l«»r 95.00
t
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Or sent by Expie«*
receipt of pri«M.
a
TllEOUoOlCAL Hkminakv,
r, Mass., March e. Ih7s.
Your Life Food Is an excellent thing j
iiave no hésitation, alter a thorough trial
Andovj
Am
not
lt, I
chronic dyspepsia and nervous p rosira
tion.
ding U in case
Rev. Dr. AU81IN PHELP8.
THE BLANCHARD FOOD CURE
8 Y HT Em
predation
is
to
now receiving such populurap
is clearly set forth in a (it pag«
pamphlet winch will be seul to any ad
dress on receipt of 25 cents. Address,
tbe
fe
the
for
Blanch ird Food Cara Co.
*A 7 I'niou Nquare,K«w l<rrn.
I Y'* a - t,, Y eo ' iA w
at
TO PHYSICIANS
and
— AND—
CONNU.1IIRN OF
a
1
COD LIVER OIL.
and
tlie
It
be
K
experience thedi satis
lactio . k often uiieiiilliik the «Ils eiislng
ol many of tlie t
»Wing f'
IM
Die
rset i
ould Call y«
0«. tos«
• e ot
fea
par*
varying satisfaction.
es «»I the
slou
ili-n-nsed for y.
Tbe «•!
Icn i
-pr*
ilil III,
I is III«
and in
1
mist sei u, »11
"I WtK
dsed
111 Die clioice ol
y detail <
of
inalei ai an 1 li
facture. By c
ns
ulpulalio
s 111t.de with Die smallest po*
ot «»I gum. and by tlie v* ry >ni
if Ul
hb
com
to
s ioi«- a
bitty
t«<wn
it is
11 UL« - (11 VIM.-I1 Ot the
I globules is render
d lerltcily pal .table,
ul contains fio »•
of Hy popbosphlte
1 1 »>e gladly 1 ir.,lslietl
riio may desire Diein.
PI. Manu
ml retail h\
W - E. WILLIAM-«,
I Hi <.(. LST
Ninth and Maraei Hta.
ed very fluid
Eacii tabi.spt
ot Oil ai d 5 L-iiil
Lime.
all Physic
Put up In plot boitle*, pf
faciured und sold wholesale
1
* HUtpl
M1C
of
Rui
at
ap!2-tf
FOURTH EDITION
employ ol B. U. loues, dealer In mince
meat, was arrainged before Esquire j of
Beitolett**, ou the charin' of f'faery.
Thi 'fail, nhL from tlTlLrlna
1 lie farts obtained fioui tna nearing W |
are about as follows :
Last February, Mr. Jones, sold aquan- the
t!ty of min«» meat to a firm named Kiu- FT"
dig * Clark, at Lamdale, Va., the aJJ*
bill for tic same amounting to $30.02.
On March 1st tlx* firm mailed a check
for the amoaiitdiawn to Mr. Jones'or- i\ M
der, which*he liw«*r revived. After
waiting for some time in* informed the
Ijnu iliat bc lt.il nut recci»e<l thesmoant
due him. Iuiagllie hissurpuse wneii the
firm notified him that the check bad been
s«*nt, and that they had r* coifed a re
ceipt lor ihu same purporting to have
beeu signed by Mr. Jones.
Upon receiving thin information Mr.
Jon«*s began inquiring about tlie matter,
and moo u learned that a colored man had
purchased au overoout at tbe Boston
House for which he presented the shock,
having Mv. Jones' name signed toit
and Mtating that the colored man
get au over«*oat,for which the cheek was
to he taken in payment and the balance
returned. The firm having had dealing*
with Mr. Jodcm before thought that
everything was all right
ducting the price of the
they returned the balance, $25.02, to the
colored mau.
Am the loan cannot write his own name
it 1 m thought that some |>er*on Mum u*ed
him as a (ool, hut thus far he is very rcti
ccut aboutthe matter,
any iufoimaüuu in regard to the mat
ter.
A Mytlsrlsue fsrgery.
A Celoreé Man Arreeted e« Wie Charge
o/ Fraudulently Kndoreing « Check.
Last seenlng, a colon'd men earned
Thomas Duncan, who list been In the
d
"
Act
to
ty,
til«*
by
I
of
, and afrer de
overcoat ($11).
d will not give
1
Csnircss Yrmlenlkj.
In the United States Senate y«'ster«lay,
th«* session was sjH'iit in discussing tbe
right of Mr. Una I«-» H. Beil to a seat iu
the be ii ate from New liaiupslme und-r
an apjiointtiient fioin tliu Governor. The
tkmate then adjourned until Monday
next.
Iu the Uou«e, the amendment to the
army appropriât iou bill prohibiting tbe
use of Li oops at tlie polls l<;d to a pro
tected ami exci ing «lehate. Mr. Knott,
ol'Ky., ridiculed the republican cry of
revolution, and maintained the «Qu»titu
tionalily of the amendment, Mr. Robeson,
or N. J., maintained the r ght of i he gov
ernment to "k«e*p tiie p"sce anywhere
within a State," but failed
qiu sted by Mr. McLane, of Md., to refer
lo any decision of th»* Supreme Court
which racognise* auv peaca at all as the
"P' ace «>f the United States." Mr. Houck
of Tennesse*, favor* d a hill providing for
holding all national élections under led
eiai an*pice-, to tlie entire exclusion of
tlie State*, Mr. Blackburn maintained
the constitutionality of the amendii'-nt,
Showed that both Mr. Gaifield and i'resi
deiit Hayes, (a> that time a nu mber of
the ilou*a,) voted o impeach Piesidant
J hiison i*ecause of h • exercise of tlie
veto power, ami concluded by declaring
it to be the purp> se ot the democratic
siue of the H use to maintain itsgioumi.
An evening ee-aion wa: held, in which
spe> ch'-s on the ameuduieut to the army
bill were made.
i
oi
, when le
of
ed
ol
ol
is
A IHjaterlous I.aw Ntudenh
From the N. Y. btar, April 2.
For several day* past tlie «Jerks at the
le«l by tbe
regular appearance ol a little, old gen
tleman iu a thin blue overcoat, who al
ways tr*a«l* with the utmost cars and
keeps in* left baud buried aut of sight
in his coat pocket. He sits for hours,
surruumle«! by law books, whi?h he
s.-ans with the utmofli care aud deliber
ation, stopping occasionally to get a
elerk to bring him another volume torn
esse the «lusty pile before him. The
sge«l student is Samuel J. Tilden. It, in
«■aid he. iu compauy with another capi
tal's! well km
railroad projects, lias a scheme for a
►team to wing rdilroad along tlie tienne
bank of the Erie canal and that he is
making a thorough search of the statute
books to * sc* rtaiu whether the e is
existing law iliat would
from securing control of the priv'le
by legislation. Mr. Tilden hon al
«1 bis plan for obtaining tbe leg
i lat.on at tin- state capital necessary to
ss of Ins new scheme, the real
object of which is to capture «lie tow
pa 1 h of the canal for a road bed for a new
railway.
I
ad
U
all
in
re
law library have bee
I
.
•tion with
con
the
eu
any
prevent them
ma
tlie Mir
«
ICO*
The Income I'm Qii<'i«fi«»n.
The
uii
uval of th»* Income fax is
vary
•rioiislv agitao«!
b*
«mg I
and if not at I bis si
u that At (Ii** n
ill be a«l('teirained «
The Seer«
;ry much in fi
I
Congre;
very cei
there w
I'HMUU, ;t is
i«*x« M-ssion
Hurt to re
it a
«• tin
(ary of the
a i
r of it..
ry is
OKS AGAINST HKHGKANT-A i-AKMS
mtioiiT.
« U AI
do
Senator McDonald makes a
statement
ubile
lately re
1 oharg. s agaiii't Sergeant-ai-Arms
Senate. Mi M« Donald
e of Bright's conns« l,t
that tlie ciiargc* v
were complelel> disj
Briglr, oi th
iii
p.tiiiAAU, and
■I.
A matter of choice—w liether to suffer
to iu
s for Dr. Bull's cough syrup
uninterruptedly
v«*st 4
and c
itl» a cougti
Ih7s.
j
trial
I
WE WILL OPEN «JUK
NEW GROCERY STORE
pag«
ad
3'>1 King St.,
TT-KPDaY , APRIL 1st, with a flue lot of I
TEAS, COFFEES, SFI0FS AND
GROCERIES GENERALLY.
Co.
Jlie ptibllo «w cordially invited to call
our stock.
« «,1
Can NAN A CMRPKNTKB
GUAY'S HPKC1 FIU MKDICINf,.
.YADE MARK Tiie Great THADE MARK
✓ jâi • n g 1 - h h
•dy.,n
R
I ng
WSÏ 1
'5
satis
eiislng
i
W«*akne
Spermalor
i
rin*.., rnpo
teney. and
-pr*
Before Taking;
III,
hat loi low, After Taking,
h sequence of >eD-Abu*p ; as Lessor
Memory, Uni vers«» I Lassiiml* , I»., in in tlie
Back Dimness <«r Vision '
\g**. Hi»* ma .y oilier Dl*e
isaniiy or ('oiiNiiinplion 1
rave a^Full pa licular iu
t, whicii we desire to send
*ry one. t lie «»»ecltlc Ale 1 feine is
*0Id by all druggists »it Si per package, or
*ix packages for »*>, or will b«- s«-ut free by
r c -lpt of Die money hv add
THE «KAY M EDI« IN E UO.,
•s' Block. Iieiro-t. Mich
Wllming on by Z. Jamks
Bs.lt, w liolesale and reiail. Agent. Cor.
Hi ami Market 8ts., aud i»y Druggists
every wl-ere. marS-dAw
III«
u, »11
atme Old
es tb tlead to
•I a I*
po*
>ni
hb
:
ure
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MMQtÊTMNB OBDWMB.
BegUter'w Order-
-
fuaisraa's urne«, i
Ksw Castle Oo. March Sil« HT». I
Upon the applteatlon or Jnsepb b. 0»»
peiner,Admtnlsiratr.ot Nathaniel L Tom
llnaon, late or Wilmington Hd . In aald
county, dec'd It Is ordered and directed by
j of Administration upon the E«UU?, of
thadec'd, with the date of granting thereof
<*uMnt advertisements to be poeted
W | th j > f or t j day* from the dale of auch
Lettern, In ala ol the inoat public places oil
the County of New Castle. requiring all
FT" 0 / 1 * SJ V«
aJJ* of ïaïembly ln auch case made 3 !and •
provided. And alno raune the same to be
lmierted within the same period In the
i\ M h£î \'n WUimnIum K 'a7pi n u7^ ooniluaed
therein three week* (e. o d.)
Given under the hand and Real of
i^I KÄÄ15
aforesaid, the day and year above written,
M. C. BIGG8, Heglater
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
Kstate of tlie deceased must prcHent the
dulv att«muvl to the Administrator
before Mar. i4tö, ISMO, or abide the
Act of Assembly ln such case made and
provided.
JOSEPH L. CA HP ENTER,
Administrator.
Address. Wilmington, l>et. mar^fteJweod
Regluter'M Order«
Rx«i istkr's urriox.
New Castle <>».. March 7th, 1H7».
Upon the application oi Victor Jlu Font.
Executor ol Mos-s Journey, late of
Cbrl tlaoa Hundred, In said
ty, deceased, lt Is ordered and direct**! by
til«* Register Uial the Kxe«-uu»r afore
said gl
TestMiweniaiy ill*
ceased .with the ante of granting i
by causing advertise men Is to lie
wltbin forty days from tbe «late
I ««tiers, iu six of Hie most public places of
tbe county of Newcastle, requiring
persoiiH having demands against the es
tate to present (he sain«« or abide by au Act
of Assembly In such case made
vlded. And
serted within
ton (ÿfUétte, a
uingion, and to be continued therein
notice of tlie granting of leLters
the estate of the de
thereof,
posted
f such
all
pro
al*o cause tlie same to tie In
the same p« rlo«l
'wspaper publisbod I
the H'i/
wiR
three w«?«ks, e.
■ l.
_— Given under the hand and seal of
LHloflloe of the llegthter aforesaid, at
f*ew Castle, 111 New Cosllu county,
aforesaid, Lheday and year above wrlltea.
H. C. BIUU8, Register.
NOTICE.
All person* having claims against Uie
Estate of the de«*« ased
usl present the
same duly attested to the hxccutor on or
before M*rch 7t », 1H*0, or abide Wie
Act of Assembly lu such cases made and
provided
VICTOR Du PONT,
Knftwr.
msrtl-eo«13w
RLBIST RS ORDER.
Rk«4ihtkk's orricc,
New Castle county, Mar. 17. 1R7»
Up«m the application of Nallle B. Davis.
Administratrix of Kliaa Moore late
of Wilmlugiou Buipinsi, in said coun
ty.dec« as«*l,It Is ordered and directed by the
Reg ihi er that the Administratrix aforesaid
give notice or tlie granting of leviers of ad
ministration, upon the estate of Uie
deceased, with the date of granting there
of, hy causing advertisements to he post
ed within forty days from the «late of suck
letters, in six of the most public places of
the county of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands against tbe es
tate to present the same or abide by »u
aot of Assembly ln such case made and
provld«*i. And also cause the same to be
Ins«rbd within the same period in the '
W11. m I no ton Gars ttk,h newspaperpub- i
*isfti«-«! in Wllmi
ued therein three
ington, aud to be eouiiu- i
îïï'.iiS ho.i.i ur,,!
^ Given un 1er die hand and seal
of Office of the Register aforesabl,
at New Ca-tle, ln M« w Castle
county, aforesaltl, Uie «lay and ye*r above
written. H. C BiuGH. Register.
All persans having claims against tbs
eatate of the deceased must present the
same duly attested to tbe Administratrix ;
on or bef«»re tbe ►evenieeutii day of Maron,
A. D 18*0, or ab.de the act of Assembly In
such case made and provided.
RALLIE B. DAVIH.
Administratrix.
Address, 320 South 2l«t M., 1'hiladel
phla. Pa. inarl8-3weod.
L.
a
in
a
is
NOTICE.
PÄ«>f f.8*|(D 41«
Dr. Geo. Troup Maxwell
Offers his professional services to theclt- I
of WlluiIngton and its vicinity. I
OFFICE AND HF.MIDKNCE, ilk MAR- i
KET HTRKET,
apr2-im* Opposite the Opera Houae.
-_______ j
H ARRY SHARPLEI,
Is
a n ous e r-A t-la w,
Boom No. 13,x change Building,
ilngton, Del.
Wilt
&pl-3m
jjiiinv KMmo.*s,
A TTOllNE Y-A T-LA IK,
702 MARKET ST.,
Wii.minotow, Del.
Is getting in his 8PBING HTOCK of Boots
• hoes, which h«? will be able to sell at
hUR AT REDUCTION from tils former
prices. He wishes bis friends and tbe
lie In general (ogive him a call, as
deleiinlned on keeping
I
is
Janl-ly
A GREAT REDUOTIUN
re
IN 1*KICKS OF
Boots and Shoes!
DANIEL McCUSKER,
iu
210 W. Second St.,
GOOD GOODS!
of I
AMD HELLINU TLEM AT
LOW PRICES.
rn 11 r7 dAw3m
FINE FURNITURE
call
W. & D, McElwee,
Offer for «ale, a large and carefully aelecL
ed stock of
NEW & SECOND-HAND
FUJt-N ITURE,
At their store,
Nf«». 504 Tatuall Street.
Goisis will besold to suit purchasers.
1
tlie
is
or
by
Cor.
m
Old —
to
Thompson & Dawson,
JEWELERS,
po. 229 Market Street,
Wilmington, DsL!
ure
!
mall
FIFTH EDI TION. A
NEW OASTLE LETTEB.
_
rtnw Ca.ti ■ AnHIS nm
_ r,,w CSSTL«, April «, 187».
Last night was a gentle rean Inder that
winter yet lingered la the lap or spring,
The grraier number of our flebermen
ha*« wet their net., and were In hoiwe
^ l J? H *
dayn have raused them to ehang* their
mind«, and Dow do their fishing along
.aide of the stove (in their minds). MS
The Board of Kducatiou are using
every endeavor to have a school bonne
erected in the want urn part, of this city,
• n<l lt wil * n0 doubt be accomplished very
soon.
"Oid Boreas'' yesterday afternoon up
set a load of bay near DobbiiiMville, and
did some tin« work in the way <
tering it. Moral—Consult olu "
befora hauling hay.
The recent aut of the LegiHlatnro
erapting from H'ate, county and city
taxation for 10 vearH anv manufacturing
«MtabliMhment which mav In« hereafter
started her«, is calling the attention of
capitalist« to our city. Let them come,
there is plenty of room and no better
families can !>« found in the S«.ata.
The Delaware iron Works are running
quite hri.sk, the greater part of the hatidM
laid off some months ago aro now at
work.
Th* amateur minstrel* will give anoth
er entertainment >u the 1.1th and ItiLh.
of scat
Prob"

ex
DEATH OF JUDGE STEWART.
Hon. James Augu*tu* Stewart, ehlef
judge Df the First Judicial Cir«uit of Mary
land and one of the jiHges of the court of
App"ais, died y«*sterday morning at his
roHidenoe in
county. Almut two years ago a protu
be raum appeared upon hi« race, which
(levelofXHl during the past year into a
malignant cancer, which de Hod all treat
men', causing him much sutlering aud at
last culminating in his death.
WITH A. C. YATES & CO.
•Toko W. Canary, formerly in the
clothing business In thU citv,
nected with the inimeiiss clothing house
ot A. C. Yates & Co., in the Leauer build
ing, Philadelphia. Mr.Canary is prompt
and agreeable, and no doubt proves a
valuable adjunct to tb<« business depart
ment of this great Philadelphia clothing
house.
Cambridge,
Dorch«*eter
Hfill con
W. FISK TOWNSEND.
W. Fisk Towns*ml, the defaulting
Olerk of the Peace of Suss« x county, re
turned to Georgetown yesterday, and
this moraing lorwar«le«l a « beck to the
Htat«-Treasurer for $2,7112.57, being tha
total du« I he ►täte. There Is still a bal
ance of $1,200 in bank to the credit of
Mr. Townsend.
CORONER'S INQUEST.
Wednesday afternoon Coronsr Buts
held an inquest over the body of William
Trip, col., aged 14 months, whose pa
rents resole ou Clayuionl stieel, over
Eleventh street bridg". The jury ren
dered a verdict of dtath from brouohilis.
xr„.. r a.-.i i ».»_ . »v.*.
. xw York, April 3 Charles O Conor
» an opinion in favor of the
' holders of Teutiesse state l»oiids, sustaiu
i ing the vadidtty
TENNESSEE STATE BONDg.
AJf OPiUfOIV FROM CHAltl.KS O'COUOR
SChTAlNlNO TflEllt VALIDITY.
th.-ir liens upon Urn
i pnncipal railraads in the stal« ot Teune
holds that the provisions of
the li »ernaldinnr«. I«
. * 1
#lltulr t "* 1 örht Uior, $ K" encumbrances
upon tbe companies that sold bauds and
used tba proceed* for tha cous'ructi jii of
their roads and that th»* state held only a
trust tide to h« used solely for ihe bene
tit of the holders of these lLternaldni
provement bonds aod pronounces all
; proceedings iu Tenu. sseeT Is.ife leg|»U
».„», «„h i.riieiai .,»». ,i« ....i « ..1 „ . »
«ïVV. y V ° ■**
tha bondholders aud iu violation of'he
fada.nl constitution providing against
impairments of contracts.
He prouounc«« the attempt to depriv«
ttia intsrnal-impr.»vein«*nt l.on
their security a- "destitut * of any foun
dation iureason, sound logic, legal
seien co or copimon houe*t.v" aud a«lvises
prosecution ol the pemling suit* iu the
United S ates circuit court * f.»r the he un
fit of all those bondholders wh
come
f 1152 cud
dholders of
I
may
I cover« tha forecloïî^roldi and^sïs^tha
i i«« ue 8 of new bond« since the war to sav
»ral railroad c .rnpani«a. The amount of
'kccuiltie« declsr.d by Mr. O'Conor to he
j nr*t-inortgage Hens on some of the most
important railroad properties in Teunes
mm; aggr gH'es, with accrued interest,
nearly $15,000.000. M r. O'Conor strongly
a.lvi*»H against tha proposed settlement
of the state debt.
HORRIBLE rOISO.VINO SCANDAL
IN CHICAGO,
Cuicaoo, April 3. -A scandal
casi, 'll, d
a««'jy tlie atlei lion paiil D, Mrs. Henry
Gelderman by Hr Henry M> yer.
iinpr jniely «.f hi. addreH.es arose fioiu
tlie i'aet ti at Mrs. Meyer a d Mr. Gelder
, ni**n liad .boilly before died under eir
eums ances wi ich, taken iu oonneetiou
with lb • subsequent conduct of tlie
deem d suspicious, 'l bs
Jodies were exbutlied, and, after
c,reful analysis, just completed, larjje
quantities of stryclinine were found in
tbe system oi Mr. fie dertnan, and tlie
stotua b of Mrs. Meyer aas found I tu- 1
piegimtcd wi h colchicine. The cot oner's
jury to-da', after hvuiii g :he t«»tiinonyj
of t, \ e « heuiist» found a verdict recoin
at Blending that I)r. Mover and Mis. Gel- •
denuau be held for minder.
as oc
the North Side some time
The
■ Ml*
vivl
1
ones w« 1
tw«
WAKIN JSOUTH AMERICA.
ALLIANCE OF I'EEU ANI» Il' LlVIA.
Yalpahaiho, April 3, via Rio Ja- )
Nxiitoaud London,A pril, 3,'79. j
Peru and Bolivia iiave concluded
offensive and defensive alliance, and
both counti ies have declared war agaiu-st
Chili. This announcement creates lit r le
surprise, for such
ed f.
an
eWs has bee
expect*
Chili In pre
pared, and intends to hold the territory
she has a ready occupied.
more t ban a
REDUCING WAGES IN GREAT
BRiTAlN.
London, April 3.—Th«* notices which
were served fora rtductiou of
expire
•dation stand
wages
Saturday. Tha Min rs'l
.. 1 out for arb nation, but '
the masters decline.They allege fhi,ttra«l®
is *0 uoiorto« sly had tha< there is noth
ing to arbitrate about. Tbe
will
A
are not
agreed among themselves. They have
suffeled so mu
that they are not ii
upon a long strike.
* h from poverty lately
a iiositiou to e 11 ter
Tlie BnllUllne at Work.
Collector Merritt made
. . more than
half a dozen changoAiu (he N- w York
custom house Tuesday, and in each case
the change affected uufavorahl
of ex-Collector Arth
Vie mis ,
;
„ . » , -— Seuator j
Coukling. Ip otUurcdK«- Ury B r.*,l»o
tioDH .,f Billarl«» wer« Llüde, the Iw« I*. 1
$1,600. The frie uds of ex-SeiiHt -r Fenton
are rejoicing over the discomflture of
tbe Arthur-Conkling faction. j
an
A *** WH0 DE ^
TU
LOVlSTIM.lt g„ ri , , j
wss colled ihi, iSniJ'r^ J
queet on th. bod, 0 r Wm„ k ' jl< «I
tbe pedpstrieus JÄ "Kj
dsys contest her.
couWwtsnls were Krsi,k i f
K.,le iheiaUer.^ ' ^N
316, Hsriia coming i u i. ""««h
3(X) uiilrs. At IhL «U
midnight on ■ sturdy n '* HI
plst-ly worn out. ||„
yesterday morning,
brighter, but at « „Vlock
bewa, take,, w .th »
Which pro*ed fatal this Jg*
Phompkuitv or NfiRTiiBw
It I» nui, I ,,r North.rn tIÏ""? *■«
I" « «'at th,. tiller,
make far in . 1 uw *"" 1
_ ,r « provihimi,
■ ty u-e fur, »I»«,» | uw '""«fil
for aale, au.l thair oott OI1
coma lit»' flrarprum.
y growing w,-,it|,
term year» from Nnrth
aa prouparouN a, tl„ hlu,..^ 1 "«
Keutuckyevrr wau iu
The schooner Andrew H Pi
Philadelphia from li„h»" l ,d*S l
Boaton, with ooal.lia« ' V| -
on Nantucket Island. Ma«
saved. *■•»«* I
:
L ^ HT * 7, a H'rok Of Un; Wlitoiyiwl
Ings Fund K..clety
nsw Issue has be«*n mille 1 P Wl0eJ
ap4-1UIaäw AÄ 1 ' 0TI1 '' Q8JS «8Hi
tiA'i CtlUH/iA
REMOVa
of a well Known
Hat Stor
The Opera House Hat St, rt .«
r«M*t. will remove Ms
st
'll Üilb, fo
'114 Market Stre,
Adjoining the UazelLeOffl«,
Call at the Opera Home Hal
fere üflth of Marti, and secure tarçg
r« rek|**ifoi|.
!»• Mc.L'jHM
Yeu
augll-l y
o« Be «.
t
THK
HATTIE
No a
East Third Stre
WllmiiiKlAn,
Ni ii
a
»
S. H. Staat!
No- 405 Market StJ
IH OPENING ALMUHT LiILT.1
CHOICE ANli
BEAUTIFUL ST0C1
-OF
FANCY HOSIH
FOH
Ladies, Gents and Mi&U
Also opening s L,&rge «bd I
of
WELL Selected SI
OF
Black Silk Frii
of
PLAIN AND FAN Y PEAKL CW
KT AND «ILK BlTTU>S.*l
BRETON AND TOKGliJ'N LjJ
«WIMH TIKH, UUrKUNü^H
AT THE VERY LOWBHT M
KATES.
an 18.1 y
THK LARGEST, CHEAP®
REST ASSORTMENT^
IDlRelT GOODS.
HOSIER]
isroTio^
Ladies', Gout's A: CbiUreniU
bs
in ....
at very low ,,riecH.
1 w li? 1 »t? , u m rüI3i money;
ag cheap as the cb«*ape»t
. n A MQ A
AUAJjTÖ 01
• .. . u if VT STKKKT.
[604 MAKKM —^
wear
LOOTS, SHOKS, RrW tüL
Ware, •>
Crockery Ware, I iu
Ware,
— nr Oil Clott'v,
ilMUti* ins« 1 " 1 "
,, r sincK» 8 ^
Table. Stair and Flo«
, Entry
*•'
le
an
[M
rn
rs'l -
'
DUNCAN BROTHER
214 MARKET 51
«ne
Have lust recelvel»
ter
Table & P» tfc
,
cRY.
j
I*. 1 -- -,
U be accomna«» i,w,t, J.'J' ( !i.'T jc<'
of JL ai »S K1N« ' i I , V
j marULim# MaBY A ju
CUTL
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