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P
THI DAILY QASSTT« ts published every
afternoon (Buudsy excepted,) at 418 Mar
ket • treet, and served bv carrier« to «ub
ecrlbers In all parte of the city aud «ur
roundinf towns and villages, for six cent«
week, payable weekly. Yearly subecrib
as in advance. It 1» th® only Demo
cratlc Dally paper in the City or «tato and
has a large and Increasing circulation,
TaiDkLAWAmkOAkBTT«, established in
A7M. la the largest and most flourishing
weekly paperTn the State, and ha* » J» r f® r
circulation than any other on the Penin
sula. Published every Thursday afternoon,
$2 per year In advance._,
BATIKDAY. AfflCBT 28. 1»»0.
Ad
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
VOR PRESIDENT,
«KN. WINFIELD H. HANCOCK,
Of Pennsylvania.
VOR VICE-PRESIDENT,
HON. WILLIAM H. KNUL1NH,
Of Indiana.
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS :
4 HARLIIN H. LOSE,
Of New Castle County.
ALBEST WH1TELEY,
Of Kent County.
• KORUE Rl SMELL,
Of Humex County.
FOE REPRESENT ATI VR IN CONGRESS,
HON. EDWARD L. MARTIN.
FOR SHERIFF,
PI RNAL M. LYNCH.
FOR CORONER.
JONIPH YARN ALL.
Wilmington's Water Supply.—
It is a great matter for a growing city to
be assured of a sufficient supply of good,
wholesome water. While the most of
the Eastern cities are now fearful of
water famines Wilmington has its usual
copious supply, and lier reservoirs are
well tilled with a stock of water purer
and more wholesome than it has been
for twenty years previous. Our atten
tion was called to this matter a few
days ago by a gentleman w ho is exceed
ingly careful of the beverage that he
drinks, using ODly cold water he is tlie
better able to distinguish the quality,
and he was decidedly of the opinion
that the Brandywine water w'as purer
and had been improved in flavor. This
is what might he expected after the re
fuse dye stuffs of the factories had been
turned out of the stream aud asutiicient
time allowed to elapse in which the bed
of the stream and the crevices in the
rocks bad been well cleansed of the ad
hering poisonous and deleterious sub
stances.
Our sister city, Reading, I*a., is every
year alarmed in consequence of a
water famine. It is in distress
v un
der extreme apprehension, that, unless
rain should come to the rescue in a tew
days, tbe factories and sbr-ps that
driven by steam will be compelled to
close ap entirely. Reading is a manu
farumt-f city, and OOLtaiut a popu u
'(IL of 4
Tbe re
lit of aL ent re
ta iure il the u 'Jta y. wouid,U*ere
Urn. ue hittaur. ".>u* l ll. .»
regard
'Jaiaunw>ur il
it. ber r
perj to the
poopie, anc îudest ruc* ;vc
U; property e bo Lid a L:t occur «•
IMHBltL Of uht
tt*erf tie uu water to be used by ju cl
g.ue conjpaLies.
lion ia p»rtieul»rlr favorable in this
regard. It is on tidewater, and should
necessity require, it could draw a sup
ply of lidewstrr for culinary
from the Brandywine ; and for steam
purposes resort to the Christiana which
lows through the whole length of (lie
city ; as it advances to the Delaw are,
should that lie necessary, water .
drawn from that noble river, as is done
now by Chester, our smaller neighbor
In Pennsylvania. Thus the manufac
turer who seeks t
need fear no failure in water at Wil
mington no matter how large his shops
may grow In the future.
Tha city has power at any time to
reserve all the Brandywine water for
beverage: and require those who use
large quautities for steam purposes to
uee water that could be drawn from
either of the three rivers tbt t
n iimingtOD's t u;a
purposes
I«1 be
fourni groat works
mar in
future wub pa»t it» streets. To tlie
pure fresh water of tlie Brandywi
we might wheu time
ne
requires, resort
to the Red Clay Creek and Mill Creek
for an increase ii
our supply of drink
iuj water. Now, while Philadelphia,
New lr ark, and all the eastern cities
are alarmed in consequence of their
•hort supply of water, Wilmington has
great cause to be well satisfi d with
her mote favored privileges. When
New York introduced the Croton
wa
t«r in 1887, tbat city indulged the idea
tbat a supply bad beau secured for
hundred years, but a quarter of a cen
tury bad hardly passed until this
was
seen te be a mistake and now, after
expanding the Croton, several
that city is reaching out for another
supply, at a cost of $3,000,00». The
pl&n is to erect dams on Rye Pond, 15
feet high and make
times
lake of 280 acres
store 1,620,000,000 gallons; a dam
By ram River, 15 fet high making
in extent to store 1,052,000,000 gallons;
a dam on Bronx River, 45 feet high,
making a reservoir of 250 acres,
lake covering 75 acres with capacity
for 180.000,000 gallou»; giving * total
capacity for the storage of 3,500,000,
0d0 gallons. And all this in addition
of
of
and
the
are
per
at
in
to
the
fail
to New York's present supply of w;
ter. it is calculated will not be suffi
cient, if the present ratio of incroare
in population is kept up, to fully
satisfy the demand ten years heme.
This water is to be brought lo the
city through an iron pipe 48 incites in
diameter from a distance of tiftceu
miles and a quarter.
It was unco proposed to dam the
Brandywine near the bridge and thus
make a natural reservoir as the New
Yorkers are about to do.
Thk City Election.— In one week
from Tuesday the city election will take
place. We shall then see whether the
people wi 1 ? vote for a party that had
been in power for twenty years, and at
the end of that time refused to retrench
expenses, but run the tax rate up to
$1.20 on the $100 aud then run the city
in two or three years into a floating
debt of $80,000; after increasing the
debt in the twenty years about $800,000.
The Democrats came into power in
September, 1878, ami have already ie
duced the tax iate from $1.20 to $1.10;
and propose if they can do so, to reduce
it next year to $1.
Mr. James Odgers writes to us ami
says he was called from a sick bed to
sigu a paper purporting to sustain the
County Republican Committee, but was
very much surprised to find when pub
lished that It was an endorsement of
the State Central Committee. Mr.
< Mgers says he has been grossly deceived
as he heartily endorses the County
Committee. Mr. O. is not the only
member that has been deceived, but
never miad now, it is all over, the white
winged dove of peace hovers over a
United Republican party which will re
sult in electing ilou. John W. Houston
to Congress and enrolling little Dela
ware for Garfield aud Arthur. Let by
gones be by-goues.— Republican.
When the sky falls we shall catch
larks. \(
some such exclamation
after reading the paragraph from the
Republican. If its readers are not such
ignorant people as to lie expected to be
lieve what that paper suggests they are
greatly to be pitied. Hut it will be
found the breach is far from being
healed.
doubt Mr. Odgers made
the above
of
Ike
1..
Judge Houston's most intimate
friends in tins county do not think he
will tesign his seat on the Bench to ac
cept a nomination for Congress from the
Republican Convention,
circumstances he could not expect to be
elected and it would no- he pleasant or
profitable to be nominated to.be beaten
just to gratify the whims of tlie disor
ganized factions of the Radical party.
Under the
hy
tut
A.
and
of
for
4th
The Hhrrman Hancock Torre»
ponde nee.
From the N. Y. World.
It is a matter
but of demonstration (1) that there
actually was a plot on foot among the
Republicans at Washington in Decem
ber, 1876, to seize the Government hy
force, and (2) that General Sherman
was not a consenting party to t liât plot.
'Hie lawless and scandalous use to
longer of inference
a
at
her
tjo,
which the army was put in settling the
disputed election in South Carolina
found no more countenance from Gen
eral Sherman than it did from General
Qancock, aud the njually lawless end
suaudalous use of the army to overawe
Cong'ess in .ts settlement of the general
resu:t at Washington, winch would
ly have been attempted but for the
i'>tic consent <>f such ineu as Sena
• r liajard an*i Nenu'.or Slierman to the
establishment of tl««* Electoral C
sun
;
lulls*
•ion, would liave fa >d to comm and the
support of tbe General of the
General Sherman invites and
fjeneral Hancock's grave
cobdemoatiou of the whole Republican
pol'cy for the last fifteen years in the
plainest terms when he says :
"Tbe political orders to Ruger at
Columbia I pieferredshould go from tbe
President to him through the Secretary
of War. They we.e not military."
This H tbe instinctive revolt of a
thoroughly soldi* ly soldier against such
orders as those which General Ruger
received and obeyed at Columbia. "They
mil military." The service upon
which the Republicans put the army in
the South is no more a "military '' s«i \ ice
Ilian the establishment of a milit ary
inquisition ir. a peaceful city the pertus.ii
etii and irreparable devastation of*a truer
of country or the massacre of a vil"a"e «>f ^
women and children. Anv one of t'.ese
Is a thing which soldiers may he called
upon to do, but a soldier will be regard
ed with just suspicion hy a free people
who d«>os any one of these things without
at least the protest of his disgust. Theie
to ou shame be it said, w ho have show n
LneuiseIves swift to obey orders of this
unuuPiUry kiud. Neither General Han
eock uoi General Sh«rmau ran be count
ed among them, aud the («encrai of the
Army bears fresh witness to-.lay to the
fiu.eaa of )ii> brother «olüicr for tbe
highest civil trust inhisowu cord I all
sympathy with the views and opinions
of General Hancock &a expressed in the
letter the publication of which has called
out this correspondence,
for
Army.
eetxjes
ami earnest
of
at
7.
interesting
in itself and so creditable to both of the
parties to it. The voice of Sherman
echoe» the words of Hancock:—"Our
regular army I as little hold upon the
aflVctions of the people of to-day, uud its
•uper'or officers should certainly, as far
as lies iu their power, legallj and
righteous intent e ; m to defend the right
—which to us is the law-and the
institution which they represent. It is a
well-meaning inatittition, and it would
be well if It should have an
to be recognized
ill)
a
ipportuiiity
a bulwark in support
of tlie rights of the people anil of the
law.
^
M. Emile Jeaunin, of Paris, pro
poses to use oel'uloid for tlie profess
of obtaining ateieotype pla es for
printing. The remarkable properties
of tliia preparation appear to tit it in
a peculiar manner for stereotyping, es
pecially for cylinder machines:
at lil^h speed. A celluloid plate will
on | yield, it is stated, 50,000 impressions.
a
to
tunning
The engagement of Jesse, youngest
\ sun of General Grant, lo Lizzie, dangh
! 161 °l ?,\ a : Cl.apiu.ii, a large landown
er, ot California, is announced in San
Francisa* The wedding is to take place
j next mouth.
Paying, But Complaining.
TnE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BRO
KEN NEWARK BANK.
The stockholders of the First
National Hank of Jfewark, which
closed its doors on June last, and
which Mr. Magruder, from the ofllce
of the "Comptroller of the Currency,
afterward pronounced to he in
solvent, arc promptly paying up
their assessments. 'J he receiver,
Senator tlarrett A. Hobart,says that
of the first installment of #150,000
over #100,000 has already been paid,
and that #130,000 will probably J
realized upon it. The second i
stallment of $150.000 is due Sept. 15,
the two together making the entire
assessment of 100 per cent, on the
$300,000 of capital stock. There
are about 110 stockholders, aud the
receiver points out that it is a re
markable instance.of the general
solvency of Newark's citizens that
only about half a dozen of the stock
holders have announced their in
ability to meet this onerous obliga
tion, involving not only the loss of
their stock, but an assessment of UK)
per cent, on its par value in addi
tion.
The liabilities of the bank at its
failure, as ascertained by the re
ceiver, were a little over #0tKI,(NlO.
The available assets were estimated
at $390,01X1. These, with the assess
ment ol $300,000, if it.should bo paid
in full, will yield $690,000. The de
positors, who have been subjected
to such a vexatious delay, will there
fore he paid in full, or nearly so. If
the assessments, however, should
fail to realize the requisite $300,000
called for to make up tha #600,000
and upward of liabilities, the loss
will fall upon the*depositors in com
mon with other creditors of the
bank; for the liability of the stock
holders is confined to the single
assessment of loo per cent, on the
par value of their stock.
be
Hi
Truth Ever to bo Remembered*
WHAT TUE 1IOU8K OF KKI'KKSKNTATI V KS
I.AKKI) TURKIC YKAf
ago.
From the Congressional Record, Vol. V„
Part III., Page 2,22«.
lie solved by Ihr Ht
of the United States, Thai It Is the duty of
Ike H
of Jlvjn-fsrntativrs
j to declare, ami thl« limine does
hereby aolemly declare, that Sum m l J.
Tilden of theHtateof New York
dved
hundred ami ninety-six electoral
»ten for the ofllce of I'renldcnl of the
Udlted H taten, all of which votes were
cast and lists thereof signed, certified and
transmitted to the neat of Government,
directed to the President of the Kennte, In
conformity with the <'onnlllutIon and
1.. w h of the United Stales, hy electors
legally eligible and qualified
ch eloc
tors, each of w hom had been duly ap
pointed ami elected In a
hy the Legislature of the Slate
Which he
tut that tiuitl Samuel J. 7 ildtn having thus
received Uu vote ot u majority of the
a/m
•r di
iu ami lor
aloresahl,
ca*t his vote
it. he tints thereby duty
ajiyon
eucled 1'resident of the I ntted .Stales oj
î for a term of four yn
the 4th day of March,
A. It., 1«77;
«1 tills House further declares that Tinas.
A. Hendricks having recelvou the same
her ot electoral voles fjr tbe office of
■sideut of the Unlleil Htutes tint
■list tor Huinuel J. Tilden for Pr«*s|
d«'ul as aforesaid, the said votes having
been cast lor him by the same per»
who voted lor the said Tilden lor Presi
dent as aforesaid, and
and
of tills H«
Hendricks of the State of Indiana tv
elected U
for a
4th day of Mur
the
tue same manner it Is the opinion
; that the said Thonuis A.
duly
-President of the United Stales
m of jour years, co
, A. Jh, 1ST!.
ie time
•iny
Miss Parker of tirant ville, Mans.,
a maulen with $50,000, became en
enamored of John Field, head waiter
at au Ottawa hotel, aud offered him
her hand and fortune, which he ac
cepted. Their happiness seemed
complete, but he died a few days a
tjo, ami it is «aid that unwonted ea»e
fretted him to death.
^)KOPONAIA !'»K GLAZING.
(MiHalh will be received at the
^
pavement rau*i be well a< d Hubstauilully
lul, l and have two »ood
Âï l îV. l ÿ - 25JA , nS ,p ,î l . . ,
tractor must fnruUli'kli u>e material
labor necenHury to complete,the work.ex
> htt ,1ä «K ►'tom; for the <•
»ufflcient quantity of hand from the niy
**»nd pit to complete the Job. Tue work
"»umi. he completed aud all cletuied up
um 1 1« a warn "u fw " ' 1 '* " B ' u
there will be a lor felt of ie
vvol j < must be «lom- u
sTre".' 1 CunmlH»:" 1 ''''' 1 "'
appr«>ve«l hy hi
Boar«l of Public EtlueaUon,
til Monday, mb lma.,ut 7o'clock p. m.
for luruishtug the g
go«/lug of î he public H« hoolH
g year. By
aug24-6t.
and doing the
the fUhu
der of the Board.
H. B. .M» )RK< >W, Hec.
P roposai A4 FoR grading and
PAVING.
office of Street Comm ission kk,
No. \'.j Kui sixih street.
Wilmington, Del., Aug. xi, )»*,.
Healed proposal* wlu be received In the
box iu the City Council chamber, until
Hi., ThurHtiay, .September i, l«hu,
for grading uud paving the bed of Dela
Du Pont to Union h|h.
mg between th«»
tue City Railroad); the grading
of HUftictenl deptn to
at l« ahi h
7.
(except p
;w track «>
USl be
a ned of hand
idles deep. The dirt lo
merever lue Sir. et Com
:l*. There will be hlx
both hid«-« of the
UHL be a dihh gutter laid
brick. The paving ht ne
ah«l not le«n than
iniHhi
croKHlngh to lay, aud
«ire* t Hier«; i
with good, hur
f»e wed Hhuped,
more than ». I
«11
ie face, i lit;
uiingH
n a cover ol «and
The o
-.I
id
Ingh,
every day then-after
u dollars. The
nder the di
Ml
UHL
I .
betöre it will Le
ed • y the Street Committee,
ding will please state the pricep
> ard. Mingle measurement. A bond, with
security in the sum ot two h
, inust accompany each propoKul, lor
th«; good laitJi ol the bidder, ami the per
lo whom the co
ded must give a homl with
ol fl
'C«*p t -
arth-K IjkI
dred d«»l
;
pei
may Lc
security iu Lin;
iarM lor the faithful perforiimnc
tract.
The street Committee r«;«erve the right
to reject any or all bids. All üiüh
be properly Hlgmd, «ealed ami «
proposals for grading »■•«! pavi
proposals ami any further I
tbat may be deal red will be furnished
application
d dol
of tne
must
■udorsed
■ Blank
»riiiallon
L. P. LYNCH,
Street Coinmlsslo
aug23l«cpt2
J JKOPOSAIX,—Healed proj
received iu the box in the C
chamber, up to «o'clock p. in., ol» Thuis
day Vitilb in«l M for the grading of the lied
of Jackson street, between Kifih and
Stxtli streets. The amount of material u>
lie removed la about ;>oo cable yards.
The stone to be broken In auttable size«
for the breaker, whore said stone
be deposited. About one hall of the «lirt
to be placed on the bed of Jackson street
between Fourth ami Fifth streets, the
malnder to lie placetl at such place«
street Commissioneranay dlroct.provlded
that the distance of hauling is hot greeter
than six squares. A bom of one hundred
dollars with freehold «ecurliy iiiiisl a<;
coinpauy each bid, lor the gotxl luith of
the «aine. Blank proposals will be iur
nlshed hy the Clerk of Council. Work to
be done under tbe
street i 'om ml sal ou er. By order of the
i Join mit lee
^ augjJ-Jt.
ids will l»e
•eil
tne
per vision of the
upetiing streets.
MES McGLINCHEY,
Chairinau.
I A
EXCURSIONS.
pUBLIC INSTALLATION
AND
BASKET PIC NIC.
The officers of Armstrong Lodge, No.
36, A. K. A A. M .. of Newport, Del., will
be publicly Installed by Hu* Grand Innige
of Delaware, lu McFanand'« Woods, (one
inlieiroin Newport,) r~
Thursday,-Sept. 2,1880,
Addresses will be delivered hy Itev. J.
H. Caldwell. D. D., of Wilmington, aud
others. All are cordially Invited to come
and spend the day
INHTALLATION CEREMONIE« AT 12
O'CLOCK, NOON.
By order of the IxmIko.
JOSEPH WRIGHT, W, M.
Ai.kx. Ikons, M. D., Hec.
auglK-26,27,2V-sepl.
:
JjAILY KXt'UHNIO.YN
TO
Cape May, Cape May,
Hy the Iron Palace Hteamer
REPUBLIC.
The MUHIK A. McCALL will leave 4th
street wharf. Wilmington, every day,
Sunday included, at .*> a, in., connecting
with steamer Republic at mouth or the
creek. She wlu
trip.
PARK FOR TlfK KNTIKK EXCURSION ONLY
o conned
return
$ 1 . 00 .
Tickets good to return during hcrsoi
$ 1.26. Je2r>-tsepl.
OU Sunday« fare for I he entire excur
«loll
ONLY75CENTS
D
KI.AWAKK NIAIT: I AIH
IS OPEN TO THK WOULD,
Exhibits Especially Invited from all
Sections of this Peninsula.
This will l»e the largest and fluost exposl
1 1« >11 of
Agririillurul mid Nrtlmnical Iroiliirl*
AND DISPLAYS
LIVE STOCK,
Evi
held on the Pen lunula.
A Grand Ladies Department and Di
vision of Cereals.
KINK KUILDINGS, AMI'LL
TRY
PACK.
KN
K.
PREMIUMS - $10,000.
NOW IMTUKTIMRTo KURPARK YOUR
Hl uns.
Fair CoinineneeH Sept. 27th, 1880.
Entries may be made after Kept, 1st, by
letter. For catalogue, particulars, *c.,
apply to D. P. BARNARD. Ju., Hec.
augl l 3taw6w. Dover, Del,
W
II. n IN«.ION
COLOR WORKS
.Sealing Wax fur Fruit Jars,
— A NIÏ—
Soi.i ahi.k Bi.ue kor the Launhrt
—AT—
Bradford's Paint Store,
Nom. 0 and 8 K. Third Street,
WILMINGTON,
DHL.
FUJiLiC ÜJlLEb.
A DE OF COWh.
The HubMcribera will
»ell at Public Hale, at Red
Lion, East MarllH>rougti,
Chenier county, Pa.,
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER till), l)v>u.
at 1 o'clock, p. in.,
FORTY HEAD OF FltEHri COWN
AN DHPRINGERb,TWENTY HEAD
OF FEEDERS. LOT OF YOUNG
BULLH
S
HILL A BAILEY,
L. W. HtldhRiQ aHou Anci'm J.l-ts
JUBLIC KALE
I
OF
WATCH EH, JEWELRY. CLOCKS AND
STATU /tRl,
at the auction room of I'Iioiubh M. Ogle,
H07 Market Htrcel, (luMltule building),
SATURDAY EVENING
h o'clock, aud will
; «old. Good«
commencing
AUGUST 14111,
uuili all
tin
I
hihlilon.
augll if
T. M. OGLE.
Aticf hmeer.
fnHOMAH M. OGLE, AUCTIONEER
± AND REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Having had five year«' experience In
th«; Recorder'« Office, per«on« dehlrlng to
purchuMe «>r «ell Real Eh late, will tlu«l It
to their advtin tage to give me a caJl.
House* rtnihd, rent« collected and reluru
e«l monthly. Will also buy «econd hand
furniture. Ne
Hire lor «ale. Store, Hu! Market «lieet,
Wilmington, Del. Auction «ale« prompt*
y attended to, at reaMouable rate»,
way I -timon.
•ond hand furnl
d
j|»;«iNi»:us ouni'.u,
Register's Office, )
New Caatle Co.,Aug. 25.I8SU. \
UjKin the application of J. Poulson
Chandler, Executor of Mary Gould,late of
Christiana Hundred, In «aid oounty,
deceased, It Isordered and directed hy the
ReglHter that the Executor aforesaid
notice of granting of Letter« Te«tw
uieutary, upon the eatat«; of the de
ccHHed, with the date of granting thereof,
hy cau«ing advertl«emeut« to bo poated
within forty day« from the date of such
Letter« in mix of the ino«t public pluco« of
the «:ouniy of New GaMtie, rotjuirlng all
per««>iiH having demandH agalnMt the es
tate '
Act of AHHeiubiyln
provided; aud hIho cauae llie «amu to be
•Tied within the «aine period In the
Wilmington Gazette, a newnpaper pub
li«he<l In Wilmington, and to he contin
ue«! therein three week«, (e. o. d.)
— > — « . Given under the hand and «eal
L. H. [ of « >t!l«;e of the Reglnter aforeeald
— r—^ J ttt New Castle, in New Castle
Comity aforewald, the day aud vear above
written. K. C. BIGGS,^'Register.
.
(I
lor
t -
the «arne.
abide l>j
made aud
tne
NOTICE,
All persona having claim« against the
estate of the Ue«:eaae«l, iiiuhi pre«enl the
naina, duly attested to me Executor,
on or before Aug. 2Ö, 1HH1. or abide tbe A«-t
of Assembly In such case made and pro
vided. J. POUIaSON CHANDLKB,
Executor.
lied
u>
«lirt
a<;
of
to
the
l»e
•eil
Ad«lres«—Centrevllle. Del.
ag25-3wcQd.
T" 1 ' 1
BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT
IS, 15 $H and $10
Teeth extracted wlthoui pain by the use
$aa. Over thirty years experience.
DK. GALLA«, I J£
885 MARKET STREET HM
tne
u
I Vl DEN U.—A dividend of forty cents
per share has been declare«! by the
mingiou aud Philadelphia Turnpike
Company, payable on or after tbe loti,
lUht. JOH. TATNALL,
Hruub-lot. Treasurer.
the
AMUSEMENTS,
HAND orEK A HO DBK.
Mr. John D. Mibiii.br Um the plea
sure of presenting on
MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1880,
C. L. GRAVE«'
G
FOUR SEASONS COMBINATION,
Who will produce the romantic Ameri
can Comedy with all the wealth and splen
dor of beautiful and picturesque scenery,
representing spring, bi mmp.r, adtumn
AN» WINTKK.
Grand Specialty Hoene
REHEARSAL IN THE HARN. 1
New and novel Comedy.
Admission 35 and 50 cents. Reserved
seats 75 cents. To ne had al. C. F, Thomas
»1* Co.'s 421 Market street
null II.
HAND OPKKA HOI NK
ONE NIOIIT ONLY.
SATURDAY, August 28th,
AND MAT1NKK SATURDAY AFTERNOON
You have seen Imitators, now see
the great original
G
MRS' <3-. G- -HIO WARD
her wonderfhl impersonation of
, in her
version or Mrs Harriet
Htowe's Immortal work of
33»
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
liundrgl genuine south
folks, men, women and chll
lneiuuing
colored
dren, most or whom were slaves in Oeor
gia, A lu bain it and Virginia, prior to the
war. who will appear In conjunction
with the original Virginia uolokkd
JIHIUKHINUKHH. The
great reuiistlc plauiatnm scene
pronounced by over VU.OUO persons the
most namral and life-like picture of the
old-tlmecotton plaMtatlon ever conceived.
Scenery, npiolnt incuts aud elfects are all
new aud spleudid. Cast of character»*
perfection. Topsy, the child that never
was born, Mrs, G, C. Howard,her original
characier , Uncle Tom, the faithful slave,
Mr. (Jool White; Ht. Clair, a southern
genth man, Mr. G. ('. Howard, his original
character ; Eva, the Uower of the south,
Little Eveline Pollock.
Ellxa Harris, the fugitive wile and
mother.Miss J*aiira Linden
Marks, a lawyer.Mr. C taieuu-- Worrcii
George Harris the lugilive slave
Mr. Uhaa. Stetson
Deacon Abram Perry....J. M.Wentworth
l'li iman Fletcher,a Kentuckian,
Mr. T. F. Monroe
HLAVR TROUP*
!>**<• 11
HI mon Legrec, a slave-owner,
Mr. Frauk Doud
Torn looker, a slave hunter,
Mr. W. Tliompson
Mr. Hhelby, an Insolvent planter
Mi. .1. E. .leaning«
...Mr. W. Roberta
r. C, Mortwlck
Mr. K Raynor
■ Mr.C. A. Swain
...Master Willie
Vermonter,
Ml*« Jenny Havage
Geo. Hhelhy, his son..
Hairy, a Nluve owner,
auctioneer
vely nlgge
M
Hknggh
Sambo. h 11
Harry, Eliza's oh»tu.
l Oplieila, a 11
\
Gassy, the terror of Lcgrt»e,
Minn Linda Jones
Markham
(.jutidioon »lave....Mrs, Harry
. St. Clair.
Emelina
Aunlchloe, Uncle iom'H wife
.M
Mrn. Hampton
Incidental to the story, Hit following
musical
"Golly, Use so Wicked
Eva to het papa.
"The slave uream"....
Eva In lleavcu.
Old Folks
Who's Dut Fool a Rui ning.
The poor old Hluve.Iu
Mol her, Is
Mliakc y«
JlUKl.i.
Hteal away and nearer
Hail! Hall.
.Topey
....Eva
.uncle Tom
. Ht, t.lalr
.Uncle Tom
. Walk around
nvisinie chorus
sell
dusty wings and Jingle
Gon«
..Jubll
Jubilees
Jubilees
Jubilees
.Prices of admission—Matinee, child
15 cents; adults, 'Ji cents. Reserved seats,
3f> cents, General ad mission. 2T> ceuta.
TickeLs fur sale at C. F. Thomas A Co.
uU«24-4t.
thee.
NOTH MV.
>TU'K Is hereby given that the part
nership existing between Geo, W.
Pierson, Win. H. Pierson aud John M.
Kelly, under the firm iiaim* of Johu M.
Kelly A Co., bus been dissolved.
GEORGE W. PIEIWON,
WILLIAM H, pierhon,
Diamond .state ttoap Work».
Wilmington, Aug 25, IHM).
N
ltaw lw*
OTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
cpurinemhlp lately existing be
onn 11. Fraser and jsiiiee C. Fox,
»me of Frasera Co., 1»
dUkolved by imiluat conseat,
JOHN H. FRAZER,
JAMKHC. FOX.
Thu real estate business will be contin
ued under the uame of Fraser <ft Uo., ho2
street.
Aug. 27, 1KH0—tf.
N
:
I w«*«*n J
uml't the fl
J H. FRAZER.
ANTFD.—By lady competent to
U*ach the EngllHh, French aud i*a
tin ianguagea, a
auAI0tdaw.il A
VV
position
adrcsM A,
Rover
Gazette Office.
8 PER CENT. MORTGAGE
MENTH.— We
'refer to Governor Hi. Johu of Kantian, as
to llie 6 per cent, farm mortgage*, negoti
ate«! through J. H Walktnn AUo. "Sit
défaut l in iu
of any kind In
perleuce.
angi lm,
N VEHT
pcriuitied to
y« urn w«>rk, ' uud cuitaluly
nearly U year» ex
hat can he better.
11 FALL a CO.
OTICE—THE STAR LOAN ASSO
CIATION.-Share« lua new Merles,
coiumeimlng with July, can be had on ap
plication to Philip Plunkett, Treuem or,
H. W. corner ihlrd and Market «treets,
JNO. F. MILLER, Sec.,
HU3 Market NtieeU
N
!..
JyZ7-lin.
OTICE—TG SCHOOL COMMITTEES.
Office ok state Tkkasukkk,
Dov kk, Del., AugUMl 10,1HS0.
Notice Im hereby given lo the School
CoiuiultteeH of the renpeotlvc Hchool dis
tilcu within thU Stale, ihat 1 have ap
port i«jue«t among the n«;veral couulleM of
thin Stale, the clear lue« tine for the pres
t year or die fund l«>r eotahllHhlug free
t chool« and have divided and iliNtrlbuted
he «hare Uiiih apportioned to each couii
ong the several DlHirlci«, a» follow«:
!h of the dlNlrict« in thecliyof Wil
inlugtou, New Castle County, $181.29 and
each of the other DltdricUin N
tie <!outily »0H.01. To each of the dlntrlou
In Kei t county, $7:1.26 and Lo each of the
dUfrlct« in MiiHhex county «67 ..»vl. The
«iividemlH due the dlHtrlctw In New Ca«lle
ly are payable at the Fai mers* ban*
at New Castle: to the dlNtrlct« In Kent
county at Ui« Fanner«' Bank at Dover,
umi i«> th*; dlHtrh'lH lu SuHMex county at
the Farmer«' Bank at Georgetown.
Hubert j. Reynolds,
State Treat, aud TruMlce ol Hchool Fuud.
sugl2 4wdaw.
.N
;
%
FOR SALE OR RENT.
L'OR SALE, CI1KAF.—A tho«<>ughbre«l
" Alder .-y bull, -1% yimrs old. r»wn
amt black from imported »lock dliect
Hand«oiiie. Apply l«>
.. , . .. T, W. FERREE,
. Yorklyn, P. <)., GarrelL's .snuff Mill«,
Dei.
»uglu-w.u.
»»"proveu farm
r of KM acres,In VVlilUiClay Creek bun*
. Al e " c lo»ed In Usage Hedge. |i|!
vlded into five field«. Large annle
chard in full bearing. Public hcikkr ad
joining the farm. Bulldlngh-LargeMan
«ton.Double tenant Hou«e, Barn, Granary
ana all oU er buildings neOMakry on a
flrat class fari 2 miles from «Laitou ou
c- w. ÄB. 1 S. Centrally located, v
Hille« from Wilmington. Apply
o î .. , JNu.Vf. whiVeman.
Real Estate ag't, t W. Fourth «tree
nct2|-wAsd-w
wn
L^UR HALE.—One-horse family Phteuut
A to seat four per«ou«. in g« M sl order a
bargain. Apply at Pioneer Club stalm-s
Grange street, below Ninth. aug2-Lt. '
F 'ORSALK,—N«-w Her les, Clayton Loan
Association $|.(JU a share. Tills A«
nation keeps the whole amount, o.
d col.eta the'*I , reinltim" monthly
M. L. LICH PEN STEIN ,
Secretary.
J8|lui.
LOR SALE.—New series In the perpet
A . ual savings ami ix,«,, AssoclaUon at
fl.uo as iare. 1 1,1« Association .oaus hair
iiunu.ed dollars ou each «hare and collect«
the premium monthly.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
1«'29-lni. __ Secretary.
QU CENT HTORE.—Everything forth«
"0 season, Oil stoves for Camn «.r
Kitchen; Hammock«; Folding Ko<-Lt„„
Chairs ; Window Screen«, Lluen l riS
loi,«.; ÇO.U anoimu. «"il«VthSUl h?
Lite hundred. auglti-dawBt, *
(»OMT * HI 1*1/A DEPOT.
Crosby & Hill
InvIte^ipMial alumtUm lo their
•took of
LADIES' ULSTERS
whlchjls large and well assorted.
A good all-linen ulster for $1.00.*
Better grades at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
$2.26 and $2.5e.
Every lady luteudlug to purchase
Ulster should examine our «lock.
Shetland Shawls
a« low a« 60 ceuu.
A LARGE AHHORTMENT OF
HOHIKRY,
GIAJVEH,
RUCH! NGH,
RIBBONS,
TIBS,
VICTORIA LAWNH
aud other seasonable goods at loweat
prices.
The balance of
«lock of
PARASOLS
marked down to close.
«I K FIAT
BARGAINS
Dress Goods !
Crosby & Hill,
220 and 222
MAH.K.E'T
IT.,
DEL.
- J0HN
H °w T° GET AUi
evertlnng below
Birety «Uy ,l urin
»11 sorts of goods-
and goods that for
or another are i„
are picked
gether to be
prices
They are i
*o hold; but the\
good tor the bin
thing we have.
have sold ahead
summer not has than i
(MK) worth of goods at i!
Jar prices in this
$00,1)00, and
more are going, T|, (
something marked doi
nearly every counter i
store.
Everythin!: sold i
able if
price.
val
g RU
I'-ni
"ne K
"■'t and

sold at
tliey ni|| t
indésirable (
f may
as
er as
"'ay for
"•any thorn
is re
unsatißfai'toiy
JOHN WANAMAKI
ChoHlmit, Thirteenth, MirkcMj
PHILADELPHIA,
maylfl.
Wamer'sSafe
Kidney I Livi
CU
$1.25 PER BOTT
A PoMitii v Remedy foi
Kidney, Liver and in
Trou blew of both Wale
Female.
1M*A 1> the REOO
ed my life."-A'.
"it
Ala.
"It In tin* rfm»*<ly that will
many dis
•8 peculiar to worn«
-Mother î M
"It has p
dorseinent
m-dlcal talent
1 1 severe tenu and 1
•f lb"
the connu;."
In
Wwld.
"No llcincily hcretnfi
he held for
with it. '-f. A. lit
hm, I).
(llaeovj
i-p. It. U.
T HIM G REA T N A IU HA L REM 0)1
IN ALI. F,
DKl'UUl!
Mai.e
the Woklu.
Try it and Takt Dt«
H. H WARNERAq
HOCHFHTKKJ
augll.
am now pkepakkdyqm
ALL sizes uf
I
GOA
SUPERIOR QUA LI'
For family use at the
LOWEST MARKET HI
'll ItU'l I'U
All
cellar«.
B. T. TOWNSEl
OF Ko
Office and Yayi», F<
>tug2i ly.
OKIXMI.1. 1 IIA.MII.Ï»*
R
BANKE
718 MAfiKETSTBI
WILMINGTON, DEL,
Koit SALE.
«bares City Kuli W stock
cent city I*
■ cent mu
HO
Wanted.—HI x per
De|Kwlts reeclvvu, 4 |>
dally balances,
and foreign InveeimeBl.
ties bought and sold.
lowed
Home
23d
Popular Monthly era* 1 »*"
Commonwealth DistiiM®
ATUACAVl.r.T*'*™
In tbo Illy 01 büuWUl«.
TUESDAY, AUGUST tt
THK COURT«.;V ^,.,111« Ù*W"
contract nrndo vi liu. l ^c Ur reguj
"y. K v r 'Ä". "rnmm.'lns '
1H85. ..... uiairs Circuli U
The U u ited Htol«
March 81 .render^ th«ion
l«f. That thr <4 )ih»w
popular mvor lierewf '"j
^'""VÜOÜSTÖRAWINC;
llheral
. .
. .
J prize ..
at Prises
1UU ITites
•JJU Jurist*
tint) j'rites
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f/iturh .
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h
1UUU irievs w r '' ( • K,
o prizes VW«*ï Alvri ••
u lriuu auowf
»prit* MO**.
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'•"VÄ-re.^
27 TickeM, »>"■ , n M,, StuM> "'J
Remit by *
.Isiered t* „osiske.»
* To Insure ■« Kln "ni piww; JL"Ï
ou r r es i K..Rbm p « CM , mjdjjj,, {
or at. N «>••*" * ..«v
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