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THIRD EDITION
M.
Oar Legislative Leder.
LOCAL OPTION—TEMPERANCE LEC
TORE—THE FUNDING BILL.
Correspondence of tbe Gazette.
Dover, March 2, 1681.
M.
N.
The passage by the House of the
Local Option bill was a great suipr'se
to many. It, with the stroug proha..
bility ol passing the Senate, will have
an electric effect on the whiskey men.
Duriug this week several have been
with us and next week we expect a
full corps aud a well organized lobby
to gimlet the Senate. Tbe question is
yet open and arguments exist ou both
sides. A fair presentation of both
will lend great aid to those upon whom
the re sponsibility of decision rests.
In its pieseul aspect the measure
will undoubtedly pass the Senate aud
become a law. There is some talk of
reconsidering the bill to-morrow in the
House, but-this is not feasible, we
think. Mr. Bradfoid made a brilliant
speech in favor of the bill aud against
the substitute for the second section.
He said if you want to kill tbe bill go
ahead and d«> it directly and not under
the plea of striking out a single sta
tion, kill it by substituting nothing
for it. Other speeches were made and
peints discussed.
Finally the bill came up and was
Biassed. Yeas,Bradford,Kaatbui n,Lints.>n,
Pilling, Register, Swayne, Tomlinson,
Townsend, Vanburkalow, A. 0. Will
iams, Woodkeeper—11. Nays (Jahail
Giaham, Jones, âicNcal, Munie, Robin
sen, Slayton, T. N. William*.
Mrs. Foster of Iowa, a lawyer by pro
fession,delivered a most, brilliant lecture
to-uighl on temperance. The Uvuat,
In which she 9poke, was crowded. Every
available seat was taken and standing
room was in demand. Fiom 8 o'clock
O Hi.he poured forth her eloquent appeals
which were frequently interrupted by
applause. Of tie intelligent
who have aSdressed the Legislature this
session she is ihe most brilliant;
over she lias right on her side end lier
arguments strike home with redoubled
force. When she spoke of "our sons"
many were movef to (ears.
The Senate spent most of Ike day upon
the bill to land the Slate debt,
amendments proposed make the denomi
nation of the bonds *1,000 and leave ihe
amount of eompensalion for the (Stale
Treasurer, Secretary ol state, mid Audi
tor who have the manipulation of the
workings of tbe hill when it becomes a
law to the committee.
•ouussl were Ailed m by tue committee
of the whole and the ''light of their
learniug" evoked.
Si
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This afternoon
:*i
Mr. Betts soygested that stock in tlie
Farmers' Bank and the Bank of Dela
ware be converted, aud ihe debt red
There w as no other maler
uc
ed $80,000.
ial change other than this. The bill is
now in the lauds of the committee. Ob
jections to tlie bonds being of the deno
mination of $1,000, along with the pro
vision in the bill that the bidder must
take tbe whole amount or none
rife.
I
are
1
The members of the City Conncil
Legislative Committee are werkinc for
their bills.
One ot our faithful one* "who is here
to-nigtu" went to church tins morning.
Were it not generally known il might bo
Informed that the Delaware
bill had become a law.
t\ estern
THE PANAMA CANAL.
DE LESSEV'a CALCULATION OK THE
TIME AND <
i' OF ii VI LOI NO AND
THE NUMBER OK WORKMEN.
London, March 2.-—
from Paris to the Times s
second constitutione meeting of tin
Panama Canal Company will be liei«J
on Thursday.
M. De Lesseps will read anoth
report stating that there are lo:
shareholders; ilial the eanal will
taiuly be tiuished by l»t<8, ami tliat
recent borings have reduced tlie es.
timue of tlie_(juantity ot earth lo be
lift* 1 from 75,UOO,u0o to 73,hOU,UUO
«ubi metres.
A «nigh estimate of the cost of the
werk of excavations aud
of lateral dykes amounts
43i ,00 1 .000 flaues;
de« pen «lg trenches, for conveying
fresu water to tlie sea, 46,000,000
for waiting docks und tnie-gat« s on
the Pacilic, wiiich AI. ife J-esseps
does not think necessary, 36,liOO,OUO
tranes, bringing tlie total amount to
512,000,000 tranes as the total
of the canal complete aud opened to
navigation.
Towards the month of October tbe
contractors will begin tlie great
cutting at Culebra, and before the
end ot the year the first excavators
will commence to cut out the basin
of the canal iu the lower parts,while
id the bay e«f Colon a marine dredge
will scoop out a channel of
to the canal. The work w ill
require more lhau from 8,000 to 10,
O0O workmen in the most busy per
iod of the work who will be recruit
ed irom tlie colored population of
Columbia ami tbe West Indies.
A despatch
The
a\
>
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10
er
con.-qruc
ti> n
to
for weirs and
CORt
access
nut
Ths Faknch Uskl - One
a©n©«le»«aud
>f the most
H'shiou» now pop
lar is tbe "French heel" loca ed
toward the cent I • of th« foot, it I» noi
lb«r beautiful nor u^> ful. and positively
injurious to health. J t is ih« un*n
•xpr©*M in of the wi©. ©i medical m»
It ha« caused .«©
di««*»«. T be w. iglit uf h
directly upon aeivr» that
prote. ie«l, and the wuo
A lady »oui« unueisimt
•«nn.eniocculiH.ol th..
(rouble alllicting her ey*"s. At
exaiulna'i.-n the ph.yMci.
i r <wai on account ot her F
be would make h. attempt at cure .
ah© changed lhe character . i be. ho©»
lie informed ine lady that nJi©
stand a good « haute for total bhudn»«
ante©» »he obe>» «I. 8he Jelt,
hat
upneated
body j I r »>©•*»
but little
•m Hufft rn.
*1 C
.-I
'y t
a ner «roi
©t
told lhe lady
och heeli,and
.»I king
©b© would think aboul it " Ferbap© few
would be ho
nwihc, and yet ta*bioh
DO Ms people with ag..o«i deal of power.
It M but ju»l, also, to «©Jr that
wb© ludulgHp
after lui© fool »h fA»tn««n rea
d»og©r.—CVtf' fiyo htler-Occan.
vsry few
t he use of ©b >ch made
w hi® of the
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lerwlal
flasaclsl »n«IC©i
Wilmikotok, 1X1., March 1. 1S81.
Latest «lock quotations lurnlshed by
HculU it Co., H. K. corner Seventh and
Market street«, Wilmington. Del., at 12
M. to-day :
ly
ly
lab
dTOCK UUOTATlONtS
.1!
M. Y. C. a Hua
N. Y.A Erie.«..
Lake »nore.
North Western.
140
.13 ö'4
I
rre«
Hock Island.
Ohio A Miss..
Paciöc Mall.
Western Union..._......
Si Paul.
at. Paul Pref..
Union pacldo...
N.J, Central.
L>el. Lacs. A West..
Mtob.CenlraL.
Del A Hudson.
tvana.
Bonding.
LenigU Valley.
LeoigU .Navigation.
Pitla.T A Buffalo.
Central Transnortauon
Northern l'acldc,.
puna. A Erie....
uestouvilfe.
IDS!'«, Coupon.
Registered.
Currency e'a.
New 3'sof '81.
Registered.
4U Coupon.
4) g Registered -
4s, Coupon....
Registered
LOCAL MOI K» SMI HOB ISO.
STOCKS.
lOéÿi,
114
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ed.
bill
ed
act
23,
is
io«S
toss,
ns
um
103
lus
1..
107'/«
107 S
Nut louai Bunk ol Delaware
First Naliouul Bunk.
L ulou Naliouul Bauk.
148
. 4»
National Bankol W11. tkBraudywiue 55
• &4
F aimera' Bank.
VYlitniugUiu Coal Uae Co..
Delaware K. H. Co...
Delaware W'eatern R. K. Co.
Pm la.. W'li. A Baltimore H. U. Co
W Umlugiou A Northern R. R. Co
Wlluiiuglou Paaaeuaer R. W. Co.
1 Delaware Flrelua. Co..
Masonic Hall Co.
Delaware Stale.
VVilmiugton City «'a.
\\ iliuiufcioii City 5 « .
Maaoulc Hall Co, lat mortgage...
Wilmington Passenger R. W.. 1st
morigage.
luu
aw.
72
.2
110
.100
.101
Tlie City 9lnrR«t,
The rolloa'lug were tue roiiug price« lu
market urn uioinmg :
Butter,fre«b, p* r pouud.
" roll, " 44
•« 3H.<0 40
.. 28
.« 2N<g o2
• < .hxUv 20
.. 1 Jq, 18
.. ONjû 10
.. l'oj, 20
.. _>t ^ 28
. . IftNuf} lk
.. ' »MiV 08
.. HU/ lb
. l.UOv^l.20
..1.00,2,1..»
firkin ...
Beef, Hlnoin, "
" roaal 44
44 chuck. 44
14 dried, 44
" chipped 44
ued, 44
•• ©lewh
Turkey« per pound
Duck.* per pair.
( sects« per piece....
C hicken« per'pair .
Dggb per dozen.
iiam, wboieaale, l er pound
hliced, 44 44
liouey per /Njund.
Cabbage per beau.
per bowi....
«Kl
2-i a, 28
lu
Id
J'tgi 2o
0j<t£ b>
IX»
OlXfl) iu
for
did
ed.
the
to
ter
it
ed
by
1
it
Lard, pi
ud.
usage, per pouud
U
«■Ncrappie *•
LeUio
per dozen..
:*i HUju per pouuu.
•* mop» per pouud....
, retail, per pound
noiesate.
iXfll 25
H((p id
.■^noulderb
»,
U7
aU
4 Irtii
Mackerel per p'ece
i, perp
iU
.
Udo4
at Vi
lu
, per pouud.
I
:k 44
Lcyqt id
lMtfc 2 j
0-Hif iU
Uby> üb
' d«W U.i
half pe«i.
d**z..
iuN pt-r nail pica..
l'aibiey per Ouucu.
Beal*, per ouucu.
rieu ms..
Vl piwi, p
.
Li
lu
8Wfc(îl I'DlttlOUh.
elery per Lunch.
tjTaped per pound.
l'uUxloea, per half peck
1 ripe per puuna...«.
White Flan 44
in*. 2.5
iN *W H
i Fiji M
I2,<ii 15
ua
* «
1% IIiu *i*k iota Mamet«.
Wilmingtow, Dei. Mareh 2, :*8l
'siuuuiUuühai tue üruisuy waaaw .ni 11 m for
our ami (jrraiu,
Lest l'alcut F lour...
oice b aaiuy b iour
Extra uo.
Choice nuperüne .
Leal....
i
48 60 to $9 uu
s. 7 t
.. 0 uV to 7 UU
...4.<5 LO 6 i
7 uu
t J n
1 lu
tii,
per too..
puladels'h
. 18 UU
AJTLE MARKET.
MoKDAT Kub. 21,5 1*. M.
lair u«jnat)«i, but
lavaied bu>ei>. .Kiu,
»«,10 at LU.: OUiui-e.il
:r pouuii, ah lo con
.«ua n
*i *■»}> March ami *i i#; H
äT*per H tt.7he"""Ä,*bSsnei«
of
Beef cattle
j
> or its hi 4
jC. iM
UbEi* uere a lracti
.a Noul hl ine üiütueul
iutl iaiuiMt ai Ua'
•e lu lieuiiiiiU.
blkher. 6
*4" at Öko'
lu.,
I
per IU,
«u uUvauoe.
kl Lise Uiller
>ard«» kt 8 üU-> 4C., per u>., n© lo cuu
i;
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lllOU.
PARK UftuVK VA HD.
d Lancaster
.^UJifcP—F^xLru, lio to 16
I.UU lu luu tt)
0 lb«., ; >U lu
>e, Feb. 21at.
S) 4 UiU^;
it,».,
i- 1
!«•
good lu
* H III OH, o'y loti;
ami juice» sligliUy
l«*
td
e».
io «i.. Ligiiiur «
».Uvancu.. ai rivai» l.uuU n
h U »i 1
«qei'!*:«i hi ,1 ï ;
-1 MVimg,
ji j;* ' :
led ;«' :
Id «1 that
««nil heui
r Hi LA DELPHI A M A K K'i.TH
WknNSsoAY, Feb. 83,6 P. M.
ei «V pries are uuenanged.
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• u m er Ht 63
«•Ih, Feb.
lor, hi
nd
AI Ul
d 6UUU b
»P
w.«h bid i
pril, a U
i-iljc. foi
h»r
.
buts
I and
*3 at 12 hs
ai 39U< ; . a
»I .6uu bUN
eluding
vh
jeoted and in
< eiptH t.i-day
Hour,
sb. cor I
lUo Tbe
: 2497 barre I h
110,
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biiHltei
h
UUU b
tlU'li.
»UU. i l,'
> hUH
uit, 39» barrel» w
ty.oi
rhis
key.
W if
CKV.—lOo barrel©
jiti at 41 U per gallon.
Wentern iron
lj
* ^
i.uismi s okiikk.
Rkoistuk s I, wich.
New Castle Uo.. J»u. 21 18X1
upon the application ofjumes llo»'.in li <.r
A Ad
hat
rn.

urm.
t «»1 letter©
» the e»tale of th©
or grantn K tn «-,■©
•ed. With tt
y a
o be i
Vit
:orl> da> » fro
in Mix of the u
nty of New C
* the «Inte ol
** public plat
Jet I
i ,■
..rS
e to p
l the
Hhiih
f of A.s*emhly in »
H»ie
d
-i vide©,
■naerted
Wilmi
Ubed j
'herein on
u-e tli© »«.n
within the »ante perhnl
»ro.v (iAZJcrrx,
W'll
to bt.*
i the
Mj.aper pun
Ill'll er I
few
mgtou,
Week, I
d to he
o month©.
I 1 int, m 11 "J"!* r ! 1,e httod and © 0 al
j L. 8. I of offl,-,. of the ii«-gi»tt*i afo
at Wiimlfigion u
OOQnty aforesaid, the day and year abov©
written. H. ( . IlliiUM, Register. *
few
•»aid
N
« HE lla
the
HOTICB,
All persons haviu« claims asslnst tlie
AState of tlie ilect-a»,«! must present
sarneduly attested tothe Adrululatrator
on or In-lore January kgnti J v.r »m.i»
the act of Assembly In attoh ease man!
smu provided. *
-
JAM KH IIOBM1NO? R.
Adm in i»iruU>r.
Address .'—Newark, Del.
anjC-lawiin. I
r
t
A r SINT ion »«O«!«..
I am offering the baat
i CENT HAVANA CIGAR,
©ver sold In this «Hy. Also, » fine su.sk I
of tb© best tobacco lu th© market 1
•onatantij on hand. '
•AMUAL B. 8PKINOER,
■OS* Market strest
Jsb8-4t.
FOURTH EDITION
12
■ ad «alloua for rs>Ua>.
For the Middle States, cloudy or part
ly cloudy weather, possibly occasional
rain; northerly, veeriog to warmer east,
ly winds, lower barometer.
Wall Sthekt Ybstkhdat—S leeks
were active sud higher, but slosed lev.
lab ou the siluatiou si Washington.
Money ou call ruled at 0 per cant, with
some transactions at 1-19 premium, and
closed at 4. Governments were higher.
Foreign exchange was weak in ih* early
hours aad steady afier noon. Railway
bonds dull and weak.
ö'4
CONGIiEb6 YESTERDAY.
In ths U. 8. Senate, yesterday,the
credentials of Scuators«elecl Max
ey, ol Texas, aud Mitchell, of Penn
hlvania, were presented aud filed.
The Sundry Civil bill was consider*
ed. The Dcticieucy Appropriation
bill was received aud relerred. Mr.
Hour moved an amendment to the
Delieiency bill, embracing the three
ceut. features of the Fundiug
without the fifth section ami
some other features. It was re.
ferred to the Finance Committee.
The Sundry Civil bill was passed
aud the Senate adjourned.
In the House the rules were sus
pended, aud the Delieiency bill, the
last of the general appropriation
bills, was passed. The Fuudmg bill
was considered, and, dually, passed,
exactly as received from the Senate.
After its passage, Mr. Carlisle ntov
ed to suspeud the rules aud pass a
bill amending the Fundiug bill just
agreed to. The supplementary bill
contains all the amendments pro
posed bv the Committee on Ways
aud Meins, but not incorporated
wiili the original measure. The
rules were suspended, and Mr. Car
lisle's bill was passed,aud the House
then adjourned. Among the provi
sions in the supplementary bill is
one providing that "nothiug iu the
act shall be construed as lo repeal,
modify or affect Sections 0220, 21,22,
23, 24. Revised Statutes." ,
S
►er
ill,
lu
TIIE BANKS AND LEGISLATION.
It is not true as the Timt« would
have the public infer, that tho banka
have re Iu sod to befriend tbe goveru
nient. 1 was the bauks that came for
ward in 1801 and furnished the mean«
for ercating an army aud ua vj, Tiiej
did not wait to be coerced. They vol
unteered their aid and it was accept
ed. Aud it was the banks that ab
sorbed the bulk of the luaus during
the war, uutil the volume become so
lai^e that home capital was inadequate
to absorb them .—Sorth American.
The banks should pray to be deliv
ered from such friendly otUccs as the
lote^om^. It is true, as we staled,
that that the bai \s long hesitated
about aiding the eoverurueut iu 1861,
aud it w.«s uoubtful lor m *ny days af
ter the first loan was proposed whether
it would uut fail because of the unwill
ingness of the banks, as a ru e, to ta>
vor it. There were honorable excep
tions, but the rule of the bauks at ihj.t
time was to profit by impairing the na
tional credit instead of uuitiug to sus
tain it.
It is true, .also, that the banks almost
without exception, resisted the present
national banking law, because it limit
ed their circulation and compelled
them to maiutaiu the national credit
by banking ou government bonds.
1 hey then threatened to convulse
business circles, as some of them at
tempt* d lo dis'.urb business last week,
by threatening to close up at once,ami
it was not until it became evident that
tlie people would make new banks
banking, that the
old banks «ulîeuly accepted .he present
law.
for
uu
UU
i
uu
lu
UU
but
.Kiu,
cuu
uu*« ihj their
During the ei^hteeQ yearn of the
operation* of the present banking law
the National Bank© have paid to their
shareholders the largest dividends, and
accumulated the largest reserves of
profits, k
l«*
e».
«u in any legitimate busi
ness O the country. They made their
profit« legitimately as a tule, and there
cju be no ju»t complaint against tbum
because ol ilnir prosperi y ; but they
have been tbe most favo.'ed of all the
institutions created by the government,
and their ostentatious resistance lo tho
new lundiug bill, to tbe ext«*ut of sud
»i 1 denly and violently distuihing ail the'
ï ; circles of commerce, industry aud
trade, was simply an ungrateful sud
j;* ' : nil's arrauted attempt to c«>erce Lhe leg
;«' : islation of Ihe government.
that
heui
ex
do.
noa
per
i he section oi the new hill to which
, they most violently object would have
I been less undei stood and appreciated
\i iiat ' hanks u«h so clearly taught
'ho necessity for restraining them from
speculative revulsions in business, by
just some such piovision of law. The
l-e- I revolutionary i««,v meut of a number
of the hanks which produced a mone
tary revulsion within the last week,
points tbe necessity for making tbe
repetition of such as-aults apon values
anil business impossible hereafter, aud
what tho banks have so impressively
taught, Congress and the country will
he ci'i'ta'u tu make its judgment on the
banking law at uo distant day. If the
present Cougri ss shall not do it be
cause the banks and the revolutionists
in Congo ss prevent legislation, the
n.-xt Congress will.— Pltila. Timet.
4<
63
buts
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rhis
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th©
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1ÜMFKKH F:!)
SODA MINT TABLETS.
d
bt.*
the
pun
er I
I« till) ei < rjual to one tHble«poon>
tut .f liquid soda
t.
© 0 al
abov©
*
A very valuable and convenient runs
• ly iu
•»aid
lla
FLATULENCY,
HKARTBUilN,
tlie
AC1B1TI OF THE HTOMAUH, COLIO
»m.i»
man! " n dyspeptic tendencies,
*
INDIGESTION,
FOR HALB BT
Z. IAS. BELT
APOTHECARY,
su.sk I ,
1 1
©D.l
FIXTU and MARKET bTH.
«■.KIIIIIUI* *•*'•
1er
P
of
to
S
Kennard & Co.
iu
II
der
the
out
•»id
LOW PRICED CLICK SILK.
Those who wish to pmrchaao
s low priced gold and ssarlut
•dg« Black Lyons Silk should
not fail to sec those offered by
W. M. Kennard à Co. These
goods aro a lowvr grade thau
has been their custom to recoin
mend for dresses, but they are
being offered in the city at
higher prices, aud those wishing
a cheap silk can find it at this
Lous«.
rx
pu
»ud
to
* U
due
und
pH
and
at
m
HOSIERY.
Id enr hosiery d«p*rtra«ot w«
Lav« always unduwvored i«« show
Mi* vsry nowest styl*, of low
prised medium and So« boss,
anil ws believe this season bas
surpassed any former effort.
Buying in large quantities
direotly from tb# menufsoturera
and importers w# are enabled
to offer many attractive har
gne..
all
c
CARPETS!
so
It has bees tks eastom here
tofore to buy our stock of ear
pets about tho 10th ef February
»0 that we might have them in
ths stors and ready for sale by
the 1st of March. This
Lsught just one month
lisr and now have th*
complete line w* have
shown. Persons hsvisg carpets
t* buy would do well to bny
now whilst the stock ss new and
many of the bargains
are offering cannot he du
plicated. In our laet advertise
ment wo called attention to a
line of Tapestry Brassais at 8b
c««t*. Person* «sin* to
these goods and found them
better than advertised. W«
recommend then and will say
after the assortment is broken
they cannot be dnpliosted at
that pri«e. In th« last day
two we Lavs received a line of
pure woollngrains mad* directly
t# *ur order, which we are sell
ing at 75o. per yard. In extra
super Ingrains we are showing
the standard makes and shoiecat
styles. Tho*# goods ar# as low
now as they will be, and ate at
Ihe very popular price of as*
dollar per yard.
J© nr
BOst
•rar
ws
fresh
we
or
W. M. Kennard & Co
I
621 MARKET ST»
r*. «-"•
Tlte LeKl* l * ,ure *
First Pag* >
Heal Estate
(Continued Irom
the Wilmington
porat«
~i?»ll to amend
1er r«7, volume 14, l*»" ®' //'use hill •»
ïn<, d nïo« Va"* UP',^'hand's; -
Äh.^Vn^uorellnkth.Jow^of
tor grave
SUi"l!** Brandywine* "* r8
P Tjr.;irîuu"rl.lu« the lmcrovensei t
of the streets of Laurel. .
A committee was appointed to take in
to coi sl.luiat 01. lhe couve. s ou of the
S 5.UÜU (und of the l\ W. A B. lo stock,
»hielt was «omposed of Me-srs Harring
ton. must id
Sir lieriliistun, chairman of
cihI ooiomitlee on the part of th .
nor'» Message, offered a Joint resolution
relating lo 'he Farmer's Bank and Its
Uran« i es, which is ss follows :
Wm.HKAM, By ths report f tha Par
mer's liauk nuu 1U branch#«, toad# to bis
Excellency, the Governs.', mere la iu ag
grtgalv quit® h large ©mount of real PT*>
perty !#».*>» t©d a© bold by the wild bank
and It« brunches, which real property
tuey report bk« be©u purchased *o mh-u.i
d»ht© <• u© Hi® »aid bauk aud it. brioche«;
and
a
-•>.
U*a »p«
« üover
Win kka«, D !• deemed uowlM aud
unproiluMe f«>* tmukn g iuktituliou* to
boi<lo r ii»ivk luvenled mu/ cou«)il• rAble
pan t I their ïuud« iu real properly ; amt
WHFKKaU, I beHLALJ lk Urge y lul*r
«jiteu jw iu© »Hlil Farmer'« U<#uk eud ilk
l»raucU«k uij j itic--relure lulurested in lue
maim r cl «uHiluctl* g th® HflTeir« ot keld
bank h ini ip4 ajiuiieiitso ; lUvrcfore, *>• U
JtrfO rtj U y 1».© M-Uht« HUu Hull«# of
Hepiet ci.iat itch of lUe >lau wi Delaware,
iu Ueiiei Al Kii.cia.by ujcIi
T hai in Itie opluien of tJie Legislature
II woUsd b# .'lee und pru -eraiMi tor lb®
best «si tiie >Uitt u* u «tuck bol
der iu M»id 4 Auk ami
the Prenaient muü Directors ol Ibe 'Hid
oauk » d jU brauciie« w«>Uid »I *ui e «rl j*h
kuueaslbe muiim could be «Hotted wPu
out loa great a «acriOce dl«pne« Of Hie
•»id real 1 n>| ' rt> th a h l»e|tl by them
aUu 1« udetj iur ueueiug
« brauche ; Ibat
rx eptiag .nul
pu I po»#M,
Tb*- »nine coin ml. it*« repoite^ a bill ©n
niled fi a act re*fUD/ug lue diree-«> » of *ke
FarmerBank oi Um Biete of Delaware
»ud it' orancae« ou tue pari of l .©male
to iiiaiva an anuu 1 rep rt ittcflijou 1
provnl-k tb t ihe ^'nie direotori kha'l
make a report during Hie mouth of De
cembei lu each year lu tbe following par
t
Ll.ular- :
Firkl—The »mount of leeuk end 41a
Cuuula, nn hr« cm g uulm, Don In »ml
luotigt ge«, aud al«o the amount uflo»n«
kecuiwi by ooheieral.
Hecoml—The uinountof prote«te<l, w»1t
* U or «u*pended p»per mid th« iuiercat
due the: cou iu the »ggiegule,
ibird — A «UHeniem oi ti#«» real eet»t«
DvojtO cxciUHive ol banking huuio; iu
OoHt, Value, »iAti ihair mdiuidu»! ©«lliual«
'»flUüOki and valno i^ua»uuai )u*
und tUe«cokl lor iniprovemeui aud r«
pmr.
Fourth—The actual cost value of c»ob
pH reel of real cMtuie cwukil and u k**d lot
banking purpose«.
Fifth— lue amouut of over draft© lu said
b«nkN and hranebea.
hlxib—T1 ia< cuHh and oaali iteui«.
fteveuih—1 h« »luouuiM due from other
nka.
Flghtb-lh« amount of capital ©took,
number or niiar«© and tb© par value ol
each nbuiv.
Niuib—1 be amount on depofdl.
Tenth—Tbe uuiouai due from aald
bauk to ether bank©
KievauUi— -Tue aauouul of oui «Lauding
circulation,
Taeifih—ihe amouut required to b«
lurnlshed t«» p.«y the dividend declared on
ibe©io« k of Uie bank aad i « branon©*,
and what amount each bank or branch
lurnlhb* « towaid pay.u; the ««me, both
at the June leiuru a© well a© lb* one
m Ade In Dei © ub«r.
»Tbirteeuih—'Tba amount ol undivided
profit« aud lhe amount of unpaid divi
dend«
The other nmi'oub are nulmportaut.
Adjourned.
"MOST COMPLETE," ETC.
Registrar pf Deaths Framer, has
mailed his annual mortuary report
printed in neat pamphlet form, lo all
the physicians of this city, besides to
all the Health Departments of ev«ry
c u y in llje Union. Yesterday ha
ceived a postal card from a prominent
physician of this «ity, who after ae
kiiow ledeing th« receipt of th« report
takes occasion to say that "it is the
most pomplete mortuary statement
ever pjaeed in mj b*uds.
re
ON TO WASHINGTON,
The rush to Washington has com
menced m dend «.irnest.sud th« travel
over the P.» W. & B. R.
ineuse. The south hound Washing
ton express went down iu two sec
tions of iwelva ears sash, and the
Pullman train ran in four sections of
six cars each. To night's travel is al
so expected to be very heavy
H. is ira
HOUSE AND CARRIAGE MISS
ING.
Yesterday afternoon, M^Jor E. M.
Can by, lafl big horse atiaobed to a
cari ia»e standing uubitebed in front of
ins resideuM, on Jefferson street, be
low i weil ih. Duriug ids temporary
absence in tbe bouse, the hors« aud
carriage disappeared, and up lo tale
accounts had uot been liuard from.
HllOULD APPLY AT ONCE.
1 hose of our citi«ens who dcaire to
learn French, German, Greek, Span
ish, or any other language, should call
■ nee upon Prof. P. YV. Hoskeppol.
From now until Juno will be the moat
favorable season. He will give lessons
twico a wsuk at very moderate rate*.
BROKE AN ECCENTRIC.
This morning as locomotive No. 81
of the P., VV. Jb B. R. R., drawing
the New Cattle Iraia, was approach
ing West street, broke on# of her
ceutrics. Tlie locomotive
coupled, and the luoomolive of the
regular Delaware train, pushed the
New Castle train inlo lhe depot.
A HIGHWAY ASSAULT.
On Monday evening about lOo'olork
as James Campbsll, was rsturmng to
ins borne, on Brandy wine Banks, he
was knocked down on Delaware
avenue, near tlie cemetery, and rob
bud of tltt a ad a basket of provisions.
His assailants ars unknown.
at
ec
was un
A l'AINFUL HURT.
Wl.il« working at a window in Bark
ley «St Bro's Uskury, Jfouult ami Krencli
street», Moufiay »veinug, Geo. Wright s
carpenter, ol No i*J4 E. Third street
csuglit ills I« ft hand iu * erseksr uisebin#
and liAd tbo scond ilugtr torn off
the knuckle. D. Kirchner «Hand
itjtiry.
at
the
FARM BALKS.
From Eikton News.
Mr. Wm. B. Steel, near Port De
posit, bought of W. S. Kvsns, Esq
trustee, tb* Robert Evaus' faruon
Wednesday last, for (14,000; and
tlie day following, sold tbe ' farm
which bs now reside* to Mr. Andrew
Lyon, for »18,00«.,
on
on
Nïffi'^K LETTER.
tot
EL\ CTED—MIiMIQMABT
orru b*s
■KKVICBS—Th* riHST 811 Alt—
bkanch omen.'». ®tc.
Newabk, .Marcti 1,1861.
At ■ mwtiug held by tbe Young
Men'« Christian AssocUtion the fol
lowing officer* were elected : Presi
dent, Mr. Ilarry Pritchard; Vice
president, Mr. Joseph Bradley;
Treasurer, John France; Secretary,
Mr. Clayton Cboate. Tho object of
the association is in the main to
gather the young men together for
the spiritual improvement of the
mind.
The M. E. Sunduy school will hold
its Jpissiouary anuivernary oil Hun
tlay i ventin', March 13th. A mis
sionaiy sermon will be delivered by
the pastor on the morning of thnt
date.
Mr. J. C. Shivler, station agent
this point op the F. W. & B., regal
ed himself with fresb shad on Sun
day evening, but the reader may
well guess they were not caught in
our waters.
1 wo block branch telrgrsph offices
■r« lo lx slatted «n the 1'., W A B.,ooe
«( Iron Hill cut and the other a a
plats familiarly known as Griffith's
crossing. It is said that Mr. Edward
Zimmrrmaa Is lo ks ths night opsialor
of the fo ras« r.
I'r«if, Crahtr, of Wilmington, Is billed
t< spp. sr at Newark Hall on Thursday
evening, March 11th, in two hours of
fun aud amusement.
S
At s gift«« ball shootu g mstrli Ust
w«ek, Mr. Lnwis Allen sud Mr. Hen
Steele broks 14 balls each, out of a;p.,a'
slbls II, sod thrown from s revolving
isp to* si that. Jjhoolei. to tbe front.
Mr. David L. CJhosL» Is having
■t we) Il I g on Main street remodelled and
icbullt, with Lhe Intcnliou of moving
Alter his residence is finished
Mr. Chuaie will at
>y
his
t bereis.
once proceed to
bmld a store, whore his wire will
duct a general notion busluer*.
con
I AY GOULO'8 TRIP.
ÖT. Lopis, Mo., March I—After
niiishn.g ths busini's* of ths annual
meatmgs of the stockhohiera ,.f the
In.u Mountain and thu Missouri Pa
ciflc It 'add, Ja j Qould, acsoiiipauiod
by General Eckert, H. J. Mai quand,
Snmuel Bloan and Samuel bhethar oi
New York; Heury VVtolan of Phila«*
delphia ; A. L. Hopkins, Vice Presi
dent of the Wabash Road ; A. W.
Soper #ud A. A, Talmage, boarded as
a * (testai train and left f«r Texas via
th« Missouri Paciflo to Sedalia, and
Ihense south by ths Missouri, Kansas
and Texas R«,ad. The party will be
nbaeut about a week, and wbde absent
will pass over and inspect all the roads
in the eombwsst in which Mr. Gould
is interested.
DEHOCHAT1CSUCCESS IN ROME.
Romo, M. Y., March 1.—At the Char
tsr ol^cilon to-«Jay TdwsiU Loinsiock
(DeuiMral) wajelest, «J Mayor over Dr.
Kingsley (Republican) by 841 majoiiiy.
1 lx Dl'tuuciaU elect lour out ol five
supervisors, and the same of Alderueu.
The Uommou Ooancll will aland siand
tourteau Dsmosrats to thiee Rrpubll
caus. r
FER8ÜNAL.
,Rev. J. (Howard Nixon, D. D., of
Central Presbyterian Church will preach
in (he Presbyterian church at Eikton on
Thursday and Friday evening© of tbit
week.
FIB* TR11» MORNING.
I he ala. m ui Dr# this morning about
2.3U o'closk w»j caused by iLu burning
of s frame building formerly used
cooper shop on Orange slrest, near
ienlti. The building helouged to Ueury
Dauby. 1 he fl nits coinuiumeau-d lo s
frame stable in ibe re»r, but «lid very
little damage. Tbe loss bu tbe
simp aud stable is pjumsle«l
i.
ii.
a.
cooper
fully cuvereé by iuaurtuce iu ihe
Farmer'« Mutual |utumuce ceuipsuy.
A
I
•TATI HOUSE BUitNlD,
THS MISSIIOTI LIUIILiTl'SI MASS, i
ssaaow nun ra«,u tu« ul.siho
nariroL—in« bliloi.su tovallt oh
STUSTBO-OOSS OV*U *100,000.
Bt. Paul. M imi».
, , , . Marcb l —Abjut 10
u clock lo-BiKlU. wLU« both liuu^t© ol
• k© LexJ->lAtar© w* r*» iu
of Hr© «u ©ounii« ü wlmili
motu tiers fro
• es.iua, .u .jam
surued tbe
. . , Uu.lnur
irom tbe ubauibera itiey were eoufrunt
ud by a laillng flrebranJ from Ibe dome
of tbo oapilol, wbicb
Ablaae. A book aud ladder
tLeir seal«.
wa» already ail
t'ouiijauy.
will! h©a.Jyuarier© t.©ar by, burned lo
ib© ac»D<*, ©till with lu© aid of iu© 1© i
d»r© bo UifiBbcrs all encaped, ©oui© ot
!b< m »lightly «luged.Tb« baildlug burned
»IMdiy 10 lb© ground, «mailing a lona to
iu« Biai« of over $lU(j,009 tor iba ©truc
»ar«, aud tb© loss of iba bialonoal ami
'^upretn© Court library-a uiucb grcsu i
!o*8 bttcauR© they eauuot b© ras.Tr-.l—
l b© record© wei© all »av©d, however, a*
they weieiu tbo vauli©. Une ot tb«
vaulu ©ouuius over $'2,000,009 Wor*b ol
Slat© trust bond©, wbi©u aia saved. Tb.
Leginlalure b.»n ©ui two «lav© io
kho Mark©* ball I» being fined
iheir ac©oaiuiodaiiou
•urano©.
1
■i
tn, ai d
up tOl
lo-uigbt. No m
Sals u> Broil«..-Tit* followiug
stocks wers Solti At tlie lh.l l*blU.lelol,
Ki.cu.nge.,e„- eri tA, uy M. j'ltuiu.» U
^ " b *'. l r? Wilunugiou ami North
sx? U *, r< î*' 1 CuuJ l'"iiT. I>»r 8-0; »olil lor
»51 JU sliar r. FniiaUalpiiia, Wiimimr.
A «»'Mœurs RsilroAtl Company, pj
»40 »oM aiSTiao, M snares s-lil tor
*«0 40. »4,000 Utant of Delaware luier
ual Improvement 4» »f I8ps
103 per csoi S-.Ot 0 Cbveapeake au.l
som"r i î, C "*ie ( ir ,, ' U,, ' *•'

»
\i
1,1
©old fjr
U
Emtlaud
morn men
proposas to send 11,000
• .. . 10 b * »hippeti by tnu iloeis
iu the 1 rautsaal. But Eughiutl
fiist take ua to of itei 1 own
UJUSl
» . , , — indignant
people, Who look Upon tltij war as in
buuiEii, usol'©©, and
profitabls. ''Tb© woiat
bind."
esji-cully uu.
I' iU.UliM bo
SCHOOL STATIONERY.
ALL KINDS OP AItTICLFS s»«,.,«
SAUT Voit son.>L ah2(JAN **'
BK HADOK
E. S. R. Butler,
UBKR STSSVI
A HKav * MOKTijAHy
gtfgy." iffa g.&y
liunal*. wa» W i r r " f Dt».A
r»*r. 68. .8„ wln ur 1ll >* • u. ^
"Sfrr.'ÄßV." 85
Uolte.lBlalea; 10 i u IrelVuo
m.Djrj 1 10 Kliglm,,) '* i lg £
»•re white »* 18 *"»' J. 1 ? L«'M».5
eiu.l.»; 3 died », , L( ," k '«
the o.,rotier bad 8 g„, »- l5 *
here for lut. rmeiit 41 , u ' ,*£*«• brou!
There wa» 1 hi i|| hmn,^?"' •».,.!!
tot rili. lhi te w. r„ ,« tleatl-i
miinptloii, The e ». re V .i «' ,a »».
eas.-s out of llie <if| ,| rnt|l . J ""'«n 4,
er luieruieut <>| ||,i e-,P">
the ishu. uce ef »'21* o-.t H.-oi "l" 1 »
>4,
BURIAL OF HFitEN
OUlLDRja
Kt'EAhTos, March 1.—
childrensullocaleil a' Si. I'anii*-!",*'
phanage w«,e buried Iu tl,„
Cemetery lins afternoon a i
The other two bodies were lale-tl **
hv Irlsnda. The victim* were
one gisvi 1 , A great llnong ,,f
assembled beloie the Cercuui.»
vicinity of the residence ol IUv "*
Roche, The bodies were IncuHjgTJ
erffl. s. Services were held n tl, Brh 3
prevevious to the burial.
the adjacent villa-.-s u, wiincs.
ver y U(l
"ff
iutstngg
S rtege from all which was
KN'lJiK'J AJN'JIJîNT,
The young people of ihr K,„,
Urian 8m ,i Jy t, bool Invito .Ä
fn. nd- and any oUi.-m wlm nut ,i !
n..me 10 attend the .'litriUnL '
Tb nsdav evening, at BSOu'uwk ,
Monday Nun, I y hohnol r,„ m , », , L «
ol tbe Uliuich, Market et.eet a£2
riiotbs
PRINCE NICOLAIS THHEItbAToi
Flag Lieutenan t Io,|.. rlai Kimt.o
1.. epenklosol lhv ffflrleu«., „,„"2
. a L«h«» Uecf ron'e, vayv: "limiS
excellent loolc." |...|win I),mu.
<lld Illd III ut il (if - ■*
(Slgel «»>«( 'It In nrfltie.i n
much." Invaluable m . .luiiu
sla. blllouaovM. aiek hea«lr«-i,eioii
vousne»s, Rowair«' oflinltaiiims
feb.6 Si,
• P*
NPt CIAL AO t |f t ,
A CARD.
To all wrio are «iiilsi lus fr„m ig,,,
rots an«) Indiscretions <«r youik umuw !
weakii«*«s, early deray. los. m ii M00 o
.Ve„ I will seim a recipe Dial wlllcuiei.
KRKKUFCHARuG, This «rest r.Vm
WHH «liNdv.-r.'-l by h inlksloiuiry In Houià
America, fckud h kelf.add'ps- <i veiow
lo tbe R*v. Johkpii T. 1 n m a n .v mm b
sV'Wi York (Mu, Mav t-coUl)*« 1 ;
I.CM AI. I l.ni. lAliLt.
TRAINS ! FAVK WJLMINUTO»
Fok l'illUuàU ll!
Iic».un ( tf.c4 f 10 .U 2 , le.
in.-ia.'/.o* ■ *
di«>
1..W 'J.'Jt, *.*j i.%
. Ui.; Ui.; kJ,
'..17
h » p a.
, J.Ï1.MU
ua.; jfi, t|7.
»•
I' Oll N l. w ) 4>»4K.— l/is
■l, 2.18.
I H. in..
rtr»..W 7.1«,
a*. I*, u b j
.111. ; l2.2rt
Huudayn. «.*•
For IUli
12^1, 2.U. , .'.I
1.51.5.00.
2.. , 7 tV>u.m.
V
AND V,
V«VA.
... OU suiulaji
Fok n U.TIMOliX, (Buy I.llil* •.OLDNlti'U'
7.(41 p, iu. No Huudny triuns.
Fok Nnw C'AiJTi.«,--(i,W) 1*. u, a m.. U
S.0O, U,Ju, p. m. No (Sunday incus.
Fob Dkuwauk R. 1L—u.*» a ifl«; 1$,
p. in. NoHnuday traiiiH.
Koh Wii.uiNuroN a N
,UU. a, lu.; Ü.UU, «I.U& p,
trafu«.
Fok Dilawau» Wkhtkkn K K.-Ü
'0.80 a. iu.; 6.;iUp.
rnr.K.i K.sv«
. No ttuuduy trai
TRAINS ARRIVE IN WJI.Ml.Niilll
FkOM 1*1111. A UkLI'lliA.—l^(.j, UB.ll
"62, k. W; H.2^, Um.; 12,1», Ut>, l.OlJU
LA», 4.4.1, 4^Ü,â.4U, ti.2o, 7.UÜ, f*.uu. y,Ji. i.hj
. On Huuday©, 12.4.1, 1.6 *
©. in.; 7.V p. iu,
Fkum Nkw ^ OHK.—1^8, a.us, 7.52,3 - 1 ,
III.; 12.46, I.OI4, i,'jU,7.0U p. Ui. UU8Ui *T
l. .», 2 .d 8, 7.62 a. ui.
FkOM ÜA LTJ MoKJC.— » 1..VA, 2.17, «.W J.Ji,«
m. ; 1.2.2c, IU.4i, 2.U.), S.U7 y.4.1, p. ju. j«i*
day«, lUt-i. 2.17 a. m. U.U7, U.6U p. in.
From wahhinuton.— 1JÜ, 2.17. i. a
i2.ai, 12.31, 2.06, U.U7, U.6U p. in. Ua 5»
*lay«, u.u7, 9.60 i*. m.
2.06, 1 u,a
from Su
t ArtTKE.—8.48, 9.Si, 12.1 ».a
i. lu, b,*«> p. ui. No kumlRj' ifkiui
FkoM I^kbaWakk R. U.— «./», .2 ai
ii. 40 j». in. No Huudny tmiioi.
From W ii.aiinkton A NuHniKBWH.lt
8.*J9, 11.26 a. in.; 9.46 p. m. >o .-5U2U4
Irai u «.
hRUB DKUWARK WkMTKfttf R. H-4^
No Buutlay
KAINrt FOR WILMiNUTON LEAVl
PUiDADKLBHiA.
a. IU. • 2 16, p. iu.
Fkum Broad Mi inen and
AüklWÖT*
A v KN u k—7 .01,7..«), h. 1 », 1U..«), 1 1.» w, IUJ «•
I .JU, 3.UÜ, 4.01, 4.30, 5.15, rt.OU, Mtf.w
. U11 humiays, \i5 ». a;
.I.«, it.«*t I». 111. On tJuuUuya, - .« * -
.(X», fi.40, 1 f.Ju p. in.
From Tiuktv-heoopd am> Man*»
11.46 h. m ; 19.9V «.«.fl
.; 1 .uu a. in. Uo HubUsy», J.Ou. a »•
8rHXK-r».—J.iu,
1 Tlie black figures reprea.ut m
'Limited Express." on «.tii-u .u .in*
are harsed. __
No
: 30 m
Popular Moulüly Dravrlugoiw*
Commonwealth Distributia »
AT MACACLXV'H TU«ATI»S
In the 4 ity ol Louisville« M
THURSDAY, March 31st,»
I lies«, ilmwln/a occur mauttlf t
«itij » exccpied), unfier pr««v » Uli«
Aci of thu «Jciit-Hil Assembly a*
lucky, lucoipor.tius U«e N«' it ', l,r ,, r .i«
1 >k .«nd .New»p«*j« r Uo., uppruvel AP
l«78.
lirlMl
©©~ThlH Ih »special act, un«! u**
'•ecu rei eikied. llrt a
llie lulled ütate« Circuit
March 3i,rendered the foil *w m* " l '_\«,uM a
Dt. That the (JutnniorxwcUlh
(Jsmpuny is Leyal.
2 ci. It 4 Druttnnifs are /air.
N. B.- ihe Company hso*
■i large tenerve fund,
prise» l«>r thu
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