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THE DAILY GAZETTE 1» publish
ed every afternoon (Sunday excepted,)
at 416 Market »treet, sad aervad by car
rier« to subscribera In ali part» oi the city
and surrounding town« and villages, for
"- - —_.L, payable weekly. V early
•u beeil ben, IS in advanoe. it 1» the only
Democratic Dally paper in the City or
state and baa a large and increasing cir
culation.
THE DELAWARE GAZETTE, eatab
I lulled in 1784, la the largest and most
nourishing weekly paper in the stale,
and haa a larger circulation than any
other on the Peninsula. Published every
Thursday afternoon, at «2 Der year in ad
BNTKKID AT WlUilWOTON roWT-OVFICB
ad sxooJiir-OLars) hattbm.
THUR« DAT. APRIL MSI.
Gov. Hall's Liberality has some
what surprised the Neus. It was Lot
prepared, it says, to witness the ap
pointment of Mr. John G. Jackson, a
former Republican and now a leader
in the Greenback party, to the offices
of Justice of the Peace and Notary
Public for New Castle county. It
admits that Mr. Jackson is well quali
fied for the office. The Nues says it
had not seen the appointment until i l
appeared iu the Gazette several days
ago. We are infoimed that the Gov
ernor yielded to the petition of a large
number of citizens of Mill Creek
Hundred, where Mr. Jackson resides,
who desired to have a magistrate in
that seotion, there being none nearer
than Newark. The News should
kuow, if it does not, that many Re
publicans hold appointments of No
taries Public, and all of them have
received their appointments from
Democratic Governors.
The Stab Route Rascality t*
be Fully Exposed. —The Washing
ton correspondent of the Herald to
day says :
Dorsey says Brady is a scoundrel.
Brady's organ to-day wants to know
who is responsible for all this fuss
about star routes, and it aBks the fol
lug queetion, the meaning of which,
coming fr.ra Brady's side, your cor
ivspondent does not pretend to under
stand : Would the President have ad
vised that star route contractors be
asked for money during the Presiden
tial campaign? What does that mean,
anyhow ?
As to the responsibility for the pre«
ent inquiry into the star route jobs it
is not far to seek. It was begun and
is continued at the instance of Presi
dent Garfield, who disoevered while
he was a member of the House of Rep
resentatives that Mr. Hayes was, for
some unknown reason, covering up a
very dirty and corrupt mess, ami who
determined to dean out the Poet OSes
as soon as he could get at it. It was
because he believed that he would
have the zealous and affective assist
ance of Mr. James that he made that
gentleman Postmaster-General. it
was because the most prominent in
fiuential political friends of Mr. James
in New York believed that he would
put au end to the scandalous star route
jobberies aud bring the jobbers to jus
tice that they favored aud urged his
appointment. The President has in
structed the Postmaster-General t»
"save'' no one,- high or low.
tion
the
for
ed
she
ter
the
if
at
1 he Savannah News notes that in
Florida "every department of the Stale
Government is in Ihe hands and under
the control of the Democrats, and yet,
strange to say, the silly Y ankees are
ttockiDg in by thousands, spending
money, buying property and standing
no more more iu awe of these sanguin
ary Florida crackers than if they were
so many scarecrows. Such a condition
of affairs is a sad commentary upon
the leasibility of human judgment and
opinions. All the business of the
State is exceedingly prosperous, and it
is confidently predicted that llie busi
ness done this winter will require the
enlargement of the present and the
construction of new hotels before the
advent of the next season."
Ir a man Bhould steal say $5,000,000
from tbe government in mail contracts
and Bpend say $1,000,000 of bis steal,
iogs in carrying Indiana for tbe Re
publican party, should that be ac
counted to him for righteousness ?
This conundrum seems to address
itself especially to the President and
Tice President of these United States.
SO PAR AS YRT APPRARS the whole
outcotna of tbe Lessep» business is
op«ration by virtue of which an Ameri
can guarantee of the Pauama Railway
ia to be acquired by a knot of Frenob
speculator*. There ia no evidence
whatever that any work is doing to
wards the entting of a canal.
AD
If the Republicans have a "ma
jority" of the United Statue Senate,
why don't they ran it, elect Riddle
berger, and attend to businese aa the
Democrats have been asking them
ever since they met to do t
It is currently stated that the Wil
miog'on Coal Gas Company will fur
ther redne^the price of gaa to $1.50
per 1000 feet on the first of July.
Fl.b Warden Pierson, of Gloucester
coui.tr New Jersey on Sunday raptured
three b ■ t . »lx men and 909 fathoms of
nets between Chester Island and Marcus
Hook. Tbe man were taker to Bridge
port end fined 8400, tbe boats and net«
-bi-inf held aa aecuiity.
Attracting the Englue No
bility. — The tide of imm'gratlon he*
■et in »trouser than ever. On Tuesday
a single steamer arrived at Philadel
phia with thirteen hundred immigrants
on board. This was the largest num
ber that ever arrived at that port in
one day. But the immense resources
of the oountr; and the hidden wealth
that r. mains to be developed is at
tracting England's nobility as well as
her peasantry and skilled artisans.
To day, the Duke of Sutherland and
party, in all fifteen gentlemen, the
majority of whom are Directors of the
London and Northwestern and other
English railways, will arrive in Phila
delphia irom New York. President
Robert« of the Pennsylvania Koad has
placed a special train of handsomely
fitted parlor oars at the disposal of the
travelers, and on arriving here car
riages will be in attendance to oonvey
the Duke and suite to the Continental
Hotel. In the evening his Graoe will
take advantage of one of the many
invitations to dine which he has re
ceived.
To-mo! row the Duke and his brother
Directors, accompanied by President
Roberts, General Manager Frank
Thomas and several other gentlemen con
netted with commercial interest will tak
a^special train at the new Pennsylvania
Railroad Depot at Fifteenth and Filbert
streets and travel over the Elevated Uoad
to West Philadelphia, and inspect the
wharves, docks, etc. This train will be
the first which has ever started from the
nearly finished station of the new line
On Saturday the ducal party will leave
ior Baltimore.
Iu all prsbability the same influence
will, iu a very few years induce a large
number of the wealthy English manufac
turers to immigrate to this counliy with
machinery and operatives accustomed to
run it. Delaware holds out Inviting
inducements and may hope to find some
of the latter class making their homes
upon her lands.
ly
it
to
in
ing
Mr.
W.
Boston Sunday Courier : A yery
amuBing comment upon a certain
phase of the woman's suffrage ques
tion is told by one ot the tellers at
the last city election, aud vouched
for by him as absolutely true. A
womau well-known in strong mind
ed circles came to the polls, vote in
hand. Upon being asked her name
she hesitated a little, but concluded
upon the whole to give it. She
seemed to have similar misgivings
about replying to an equally im
pertinent question in regard to her
place ot residence, but in this mat
ter also she decided to yield. The
name being checked upon the list,
the voter was told to deposit her
ballot, which, after examining the
ballot-box with some curiosity, she
did. She stood au instance in au
attitude of expectancy, and then
asked: "Is that all?"
M
Yes, mad
answercii the teller. "Then
if that is all,'' she asked with some
asperity, "why do meu make such a
fuss about it r" The tide of voters
kept waiting by her delay became
at this moment too strong for her,
and she was swept forward with her
question unanswered. She lingered
about, however, and in the first lull
came back to the ballot-box.
you please," she said to the teller,
"I'd like to see that vote I put iu
there," "But you cannot," he
said. ■ "A vote can't be taken out ot
ihe box."
to see it," she persisted,
do you want of it, madam?" he ask
ed politely,
answer, "I 1
for."
am.
H.
Jl
But 1 wnnt very much
What
it
"Oh," was the naive
want to see who 1 voted
The Railroad Commission Bill
bas passed the New York Assembly by a
vote of 74 to 33,alter vigorous opposition
Irom tbe representatives of the railroad
interests. Tbe bill provides for three
commissioners, the chief of whom is to
receive $8,000 a year, and ibe remaining
two $$,000 each. Several prominent
democrats also opposed tbe bill on tbe
ground that if would strengthen tbe
Uauwfs of their political opponents,wbllal
ibe advocates of tbe bill urged it on tbe
ground that it provided a board of
arbitrators betweeu tbe people and tbe
railroads which would tend to alleviate
the bltleruess of quarrels betweeu the
two forces,
They value good look», accomplish
inen is, housewifely ability and cburch
womansblp at a bigb figure in England!
We find In the G'fobe that an advertiser
in oue of the Church papers hopes to ob
tain tbe desiderata in his governess; for
the lady must be uuder 20; must be a
communicant aud a dressmaker; must
ba able to teach music, singing and
French aud must send her photograph.
"A ladylike and bomelike posit!.,»"
indeed offered as well .as tbs pecuniary
recompense. Just think ot it! Seventy
five dollars a year and tbe run of tbe
kitchen for a cultured lady in tbe moat
irkaoine of all positions!
?
i
to
AD
Bjokhstjckrb Bjornson has been
particularly impressed with New Ene
land, and talks of seudin
sons to tbe Institute of
ng one of h s
Technology
Boston. He ssya: ''I loved America be
fore 1 came; 1 love it more now, 1 bave
learned here wbat will give me more
power in my work, more strength in
fancy aud will."
»I
"ma
the
Ter New York Senate yesterday,
with but one dissenting vote, passed a
bill exempting from State and local
taxation American vessels registered
at any port of New York, and also
exempting for a limited period tbe
capital stock and earnings of suoli
vessels.
The popular verdict Is generally the
right one; and concerning Dr. Bulls
Cough Hyrup tbe people have long einoe
decided (liât it is the best cough remedy
ever introduced.
Wil
fur
$1.50
General WILLIAM T. WITHERS, tbe
celebrated Blooded Stock Kaiser and
Proprietor of Fair Lawn Stock Farm,
Lexington. Ky„ «ay« Liebig Oo'« Arnl
caied Extract oi Wlteb Hnxel "»honld be
• in every »table in the country.' Cure»
Fouuder. Spavin, .Bursal Enlargements,
Broken K nees.Speedy Cut» aud Sore Eye».
Hold In SUoenU and dolUrMIse»; reduced
K llon or gallon. Be
iltatlone.
of
net«
rates by the half
war« of worthies*
Maiden Lane. New York.
0U
apr25-ft
Safe Clothing .
There is probably no cloth
ing-maker anywhere in the
world that is entitled to be
relied on so completely for
the quality of everything that
enters into clothing as Oak
Hall. It would be in bad
taste, at least, for us to say
this, if we hadn't a particular
ly clear demonstration of the
fact.
It
In the first place we make
clothing enough so that we
cart afford to watch what
into it—to know what
goes
it is made of. Is it too much
to say that we do know ?
In the second place every
thing w r e sell is liable to come
back to us, if found wanting
in any quality it ought to
have—worse than that ; it is
liable to come back if the
buyer has the least doubt
about the goodness of it.
Which is hardest to be
lieve, that we make our cloth
ing safe, or that we Lake sucli
chances on anything but the
safest of every thing ?
Wanamakek & Brow n
Oak Hall, Market and Sixth,
PHlIsADKIeFHIA.
8X.SO
KINDLING WOOD,
OAK AND PINE MIXED.
Orders can be left at the following places
Mr. Chas. E Halfner. Flour and feed store.
No. 3 W. U»tb street.
W. C. Townsend, Flour and Feed Htore,
uer tith and Tatuall Hts,
John A. Huey, N. W. cor, 9lh aud Madl
son. Grocery store.
James O'Don ueii, Grocery Htore, corner
81U and Orange streets.
Messrs. Wiel <& RingwalL
N. E. cor. Heco. d and
Orders sent by mail to klndliug wood
factory, corner of Union and Utlpiu Av«
nue. will be promptly attended to.
JAMË8 L. McKINNEY.
mb WHmJiuclon Del,
Harness Mtore
Market HU.
for
to
the
to
lar
and
to
s
by
CCARTNEY A KENnY,
OKNKKAL
M
UPHOLSTERERS,
No. 412 8b ploy Nlreel,
WlLMINQTOtf. I>Kh.
ÂKPITS, OIL CLOT HM AMD MATTING
MADE AND LAID. HPRINO UA1K AND
HUSK MATTKKHHKH.
Loose Covers and Window Hbade« a
specialty. N. B.—All orders by mall will
rece.ve prompt attention.
J. E. Mct'AKTfiicY. Daniki. Kknny.
manMm.
ML!Pa ! ftOAPM I
All persons who desire to purchase a
good article of Hoaps call at the
H. W. Coknkk or Fourth andHhiplbt
Htberts, ok at THk Manukactoky,
No. Ü08 W . Front mtuekt.
^1\ kinds of Soap Grease, or lullow will
be purebased at the store or fketory.
8. KRAUTTER.
aprl'J lino
WIN EM ANI» L14R OKM
The 1 «n.r|feast Ginas
—or—
a
of
in tb« Ulty at
FRE YF'N
Jyi»
Levers of Fool can dud a flue Fool tall*
No. 17 K. 84« co ukI Ktrest
WILL FIND
Gla»» oi' Beer
ln tb» «Uy.»t
A- Hauber's Saloon.
The boat
200 WEST MLOON I* HTMLKT,
Kvarybodv «av» w>.
lantl
ob
for
a
tbe
lAiKJSS M. HÄTA»
doute Painter,
(j i AINER & GUZIt.-i
is prepared to do au
dlh
rk In bis llu
Preiupln.nl and lllapaleh.
»rden rwpMlfUUy »oueiud.
i
Office* No. 219 Shiolw Street.
r ESI on A YAWS,
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKE
I And dealer w
▲ LSRIOAX > VO SWIM
w A. T C II EM
I.
s
be
in
U LOUES, JEWELRY
EYE-GLASSES.
SILVER WARE,
KO SM MARKET HTREET
Wn.mnuTox, Dai..
Pamomar attention paid to repairing
alius branch»» ; alio, changing »peuwvl«
glw«a. Haa a good assortment or KlMHa
distantly on hand.
Tnepabhc 1» oordlany nvltedto c
»I
AC
a
local
also
tbe
suoli
F AC-BIMILEM (J. ft. TSEAidRY
AND NATIONAL BvIK BILL*.
Consisting or nine exact Imitations
United Htatefc Treasury Notesaud ulna
National Bank Bills, 18 in all, of varlou
denominations. As a rare and Instan
taneous means of detecting' counter felt
money they are Invaluable. Price A2 a
package.
. O Box 1201.
mh3l-w8m.
of
the
einoe
L A. MAYEW & OO.
New Vom Oily.
tbe
and
Arnl
be
Be
DEAr
FOE
THE
Sarmore's Artificial Ear Drum
.■rarjcrLT anrroHi the he a kin
.»j «ihr. Ih. work of tb. Hatwral Uran.
11 w.y. lo poaiUoo, bait lav la,M. »a other». Al
(.ohr.rmUoa ud .r.n wbi.p.t. hand di.tln«lj, w,
xa&Hkccr;
nferuthoM
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a
Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring 1 )ress Goods.
Ladies' Spring 1 )ress Goods.
Goods.
of
be
Poll*
m
the
hoid
old
near
two
p
loaches' Spring 1 Iress
Ladies' Spring Dress (roods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Our department for this
class of goods is now com
plete in every particular.
It embraces all the newest
and most desirable styles
and colorings ior Ladies'
and the qualities are
such as Jwe take pleasure
in selling.
two
No.
ton
No.
i
wear,
Tricot Beiges,
Illuminated 1 ricots,
Armures,
Nona Cloths,
Foules,
Crepe de Indes,
Roman Stripes,
High Novelty Plaids
and
Orinoco Stripes.
FANCY SILKS.
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
We would invite especial
attention to a line of "Fancy
Silks" which we are selling
At 50 Cents.
COLORED SILKS.
Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
At $1.00.
mi
ore
po
N
on
to
i
in
An
of
It will only be necessary
for one to see these goods
to appreciate them, as we
have been paying £1.05 for
the same. Hut determined
to have the best silk for a dol
lar in the city we purchased a
large line at a reduced price
and now offer them at the
above figures.
GUINET BLÀCK SILKS,
Guinet Black Silks,
Guinet Black Silks,
Guinet Black Silks,
Guinet Black Silks,
Guinet Black Silks,
From $1.25 to $2.50.
Ten (10) years'experience
with "Guinet Silks" 'gives us
sufficient confidence in them
to guarantee every dress we
s V ll. We do not think it
necessary to say anything
more except that we have
Satin de Lyon, manufactured
by the same company. We
have .also a fine line of Black
Colored Damasse Silks at
low prices.
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Dress Trimmings,
Dress Trimmings,
Dress Trimmings,
1 >ress Trimmings,
Dress Trimmings,
Our "Dress Trimmings"
comprise Dress Buttons of
the latest and choicest de
signs, Black and Colored
Fringes, Moss Trimmings,
and Passamenteries, Black
and Colored Satins and Silks
cut bias.
P
OF
of
in
be
a
à
ta
cl
KID GLOVES.
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
I.
AC
'Trefousse'
1 50 dozen of
and "Delorme" Kid Gloves
in all sizes and shades, and
are being sold at low figures
for this quality of glove at
felt
a
W. M. Kennakd & Co.,
W. M. Kennakd & Co.,
W. M. Kennakd & Co.,
W. M. Kennakd & Co.,
W. M. Kennakd & Co.,
of
621 Market Street.
621 Market Street.
621 Market Street.
N. B.— We have the cele
brated "Mercedes" Parasol,
used
trade.
Al
w,
by the most fashionable J
»«THE».
OTICK.-SCHOOL ELECTION.
a
An el eelinn for members of In* Board
of Public Education In Wilmington will
SATURDAY May Tib, 1881.
clock and close at 7 p.
be bsiu on
Poll* open at 1
1
m
The Inspector* of the precinct In which
the election is I o he held in the ward, will
hoid the school election.
Member» to be elected and place» ol
voile» are aa follow»:
PI KMT WARD.—One member for two
year» and one member for one year; poll»
old No. Ill reboot Hum«, Second »ireel,
near Washington street.
SECOND WARD-—Due member for Iwo
year»; poll* Felton llou»e, Second .and
Walnut street-.
THIRD WAKD.—One member for two
year* and one member for ooe year; poll»
Wltstr» cigar »tore, Maryland Ave. and
Madison »treet.
Fourth WARD,—One member for
two ye.il»; and one member lor
p dl«, C ty Hall. , ,
FIFTH WARD.—One mi m er« for Iwo
year«; poll», Public School House No. 9.
cornel Klgiiio and Wolia»lou «tree!«.
SIXTH WARu.—One member for two
ill«,
mg
y* nr ;
1» und oue metnbei for one year, in
outlie»«' I orner of Ninth and K
street».
HEVKNTH WARD.—One member lor
two year»; j>oll», 1 ulillc Holiool llou«e
No. 2, corner olKleveulh and Washing
ton slreels.
EIGHTH WARD,—One member for
twoyeer»; polls, Public rtehool House,
No. », corner « venin uud Spruce «tree!«.
NINTH WARu.—One niemoer for two
year»; polls. Old Academy.
TENTH WARD.—One member for one
two year«; poll«,
là, Hamsun
i
year und ou« member l*»r i
mi bile Hchool Hour«, >0.
reel, uear Third
ELEVENTH WARD.—One member for
und
iii«mher lor iwu years.
ore y
po is at Win. Forsyth's, beech htreet,
near Maryland Avenue.
HENRY H. MORROW,
Secretary Hoard of Public Education
Rpr2tf-le
N OTICE.—The Mechanics Loan Asso
ciation IimnJusi lMiuod 3 0 shares of
new stork. The i.rst pay nient to be made
on the second Tuesday in May. Person*
desirous to invest should apply at < nee
W. J MORROW, Eecreiary
417 French Htreet.
Office open from 7 o'clock a. m. i util 7
o'clock p. m. Orders by inuil promptly
attended to. apr*£l lmeod
to
uu
and
tlie
the
inu
and
i kRDPOSALS FOR PRINTING THE
JOURNAD OF THE HENATE.
Proposal. are invited and will he re
ceived by the u-d«rsigucd until May
14th, 1881. lor printlUK three hundred
copies of the Journal of the Senate of the
.Stale of Delaware for the session of 1881.
Said Journal must be prluled in octavo,
in long primer
least fuit y -five
yeas and nays in line, in compact form.
An index Will be added. Address,
HIRAM T. DOWNING,
Georgetown, Delaware.
type, so as Ic contain a
lines ou a page, with the
ap£M2t
on
^OTIC*«—CITY AHHEftfHMENT.
The assessment of tlic City of Wil
mington for the year 1881 Is now com
pleted and on file In the office of the
Clerk of Council lor public insperil »n
and will remain there until the llrst day
of May, 1881.
The Board of Assessment, Revision
and Appeals will sit In the Council
Chamber on the first day of May, and
contluue for fllieen successive days, from
four to five o'clock p. m.
Persons desiring lo appeal will present
the same in writing.
E. B. FRAZER,
Clerk of City Council.
Office hour* from 0 a. m. to 12 m., and
apr2b>tmi
of
from 2 to 5 p. III.
for
0Ui
the
for
at
lu
I
to
of
of
P ROFOHALH FOR PRINTING HIE
journal of the houhk of
OF RKPRE8KNTATJVKH.
ProiHisals are luvited and will be re
ceived by the undersigned until Friday,
May 0,1881, for priming litre« hundred
copies of the Journal of llie late session
of the House of Representatives of the
Htale of Delaware. The aaid Journal
must be printed in octavo, In long prim r
type, so as to contain at least lorty five
line« on a page, with Uie yeas and nays
in hue In compact form. Jin index will
be added. Address,
act
1). T. MARVEL,
Georgetown, ix-lsware.
nprlft-Sw
N OTICE,—Any person needing an or
der for tlie Hinull-pox hospital will
a ply at me ..fllce ■ f tb» Trn»!»*« of III»
Poor, No. lo. W Hixth «treet. belw
the hours of V and 12 a. in , aril irom z to
à p. in. No one need applg at the plan
residence or husiue«« oi member« of the
Board.
By order
mhlft-U. TKUHTEEH OF THE FOUR.
N OT II» 1..— Persons who. were drafted li>
the Htale of Delaware for the (Juliet:
-tatesmllltaryservlci lu May, June oi
July, I8t>4, aud paid coin mutation lee
were alerwards again drafted In ha>5 ao>
were required procure a substitute o
enter the miliu& r y service under the lattei
draft,will Und It to their ad van tage Uicoiu«
Icate, either personally or by ieUei
With the undersigned, who has been au
ta or 1 red by the ^late Duaislatiire to cfillec
from UieHecretary of war, the coin mu ta
lion money paid by such persons. TU«
Secretary ol War having been directed bj
cl of Congress to refund the commuis*
ou paid on suen oatea. C. H. B. DA Y,
Dover Del., July 10. >870.
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k
OTICK.-Iu order that Ute publie mai
become thoroughly acquainted will»
the tard or hog butter, whtcu is sold so
extensively all over the city Tor pur«
pie of the said
N
butler, 1 will bave a
fraudulent butler on exhibition on mj
stalls, marked not for sale. Stalls 40 ami
48, Second street market house.
U. J1KSKICH,
dsAuh in
Pure Butter, Eggs aud Chcoscg
b 28*1 ID.
AM USKMKNTS.
RANDOPERA HOUSE.
G
IVTWO NlUIirsONLY-W
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, April 20-80.
Under thé auspices of the
UH.no^D course:
TUB REDPATH I.YUEL'M BUREAU'
IDEAL COLOUED
ri
Musical Combination
Of Une<iuitHcil Vocalists, appear
ing iu operatic selections, ballad«,
gcuis of jubilee ilusic and humorous
selection«, also, brilliant instrumental
artists.
The Most Perfect Organization
of the kind iu existence."
ARTISTS:
MME. MARIE SKLIKA, Prima Doniio
Soprano. Pronounced "An immense Art
ist/' by Max Htrakosch.
MME. ISABELLA MILES TAYLOR.
Soprano, the celebrated "California
Nightingale."
MiSS ALICE J. MINK. Contralto, of tbe
"Underground Railroad Combination.
MR. WALLACE KING, Tenor. The
fkmuua Tenor ol the Hyers slater* Com
bination.
MR. SAMPSON WILLIAMS, Baritone,
from Slg. Blanchl's Conservatory, Han
Franc Uoo.
MR. J. M WADDY, The Renowned
Boeso, of the "Hampton Students."
MR. FRED P. WHITE, Pianist, tbe
po A ular Boston Accompanist.
MR. JOSEPH R. BRI NI »IS, Violin
Virtuoso, Tue most wonderful Colored
Violinist In ihe world, >nd
MR HAM LUCAS, The great Colored
Comedian and Sketch Artist. ^
.36 CENTS
. J50 CENTS
HATUKDAY MATIN EE So'eloek P. M.
Admission— adui.tm, 26 cents to all
parte of the House; schooi* cuildkkn jft
cents.
The sale of seats begins Wednesday,
April 27th,0 a. in., al U, F. Thomas A
Co's
ADMISSION.
RESERVED HEAT'S
Dealers make Money with
W. T. 8OULK A <MJ„ M
La Halle Htreet, ctiieaiRjL
111. Writ® for partlcularao
J
Uy
A CARD.
I IkKKAKTER THE MANAGER
OP OUR WILMINGTON BRANCH
WILL IIE ON HAND
EVERY DAY
(N«$t ftiimliiy« of rourifO
At our Display Rooms,
Second I-loor Front, over
Allmond & Co.'s Qkocery
Store, S. W. Cor. 8th and
Market Streets, (private
entrance on 8th street,)
Wilmington, Del., and will
display a full line of Sam
ples of Dry Goods, Silks,
1 )ress Goods, Hoots and
Shoes, Ladies' Coats,
Cloaks and Ulsters, Car
pets, Clothing, &.C.
Terms :— On a bill of
Ten Dollars, One Dollar
down and one dollar per
week.
a
Ol
G ro. Kelly & Co.,
810 Market St., Phila'a.
LICKM81C APPLICATIONS.
VJOT1CE.—1, John Mcllutfu, Iu com*
pliaiice with the reqn rements ol
uu art ol Asht iuhly lu su< h case made and
prov tied, do hereby give not lee that 1
shall apply in writing to the t'ouri of
General ttesslons of the Fence and Jail
Delivery, of the Hta e of Delaware, Iu
and for New (antic county, on Monthly,
tlie 0> h day of May next, A. 1»., IHH1, being
the first Uaj of the uexl May term of lite
said court, for a lie«
inu or tuveru, at .No. 7#) Churoli street
being
Eighth and Church strie**, in the Eighth
Ward of the city of Wilmington, Del.,
and to sell Intoxicating ihju«
quantities than
lo kce
",
I
the Houtlieasl corner
In less
juarl to be dru k
on the premises, and the following re.
»pectable cltlxens recommend the said
application, to wit :
Bernard MsCulialh Michael McGluley
DavId H. Wells
Kuinud Moore
Tnomas Hogans
Philips Mulligau
Win. Do an
John M. Ervin
Patrick Holier
John Horsey
John Don ion
U.C. Mooie
Jus. Clink
C. K. OlUespla
Andrew G. »McBride Bernard Kelly
Samuel HUtfiord
John Tray nor
Joseph Nchwab
Daniel Bloudweil
John Brooks
apr2Ml*
W
, Hunter
Andrew Moore
J. G. Brooks
Michael Welsh
JOHN Million
VJOTK'K — I, John MoOaftrey, In oon.
nllauce with the requlieiueuts of U e
01 Anse ubly, lu Much cane u.ude and
provided, do hereby give notice th I I
shall apply hi writing to the Court of
General HenRlonM of the Peace and JhiI
Delivery, of the State of Deiuwure, In ai «I
for New CiiHtle county, ou Monday, the
0Ui dwy of May next, A. D . 1881, laili g
the find day of the May term ofanld court ,
for a license to keep an lari or lavern,
at No*. JUOaod 302 E. F ourth street, b lug
lu lhe Fourth ward of the city of Wil
mington, Del., aud to Mill Intoxicating
I quors in lea*quantities than one quail
to be tlruuk ou the premlMea, und the
following substantial ireehoiderH recoil
mend the said application, to wit :
August Ten Wege» Franc!* X Jacquot
William Hitchen William AiHenixer
Frank l h pie re F. McMonagle
Marini Faridi Henry 15. Albert
Fred. W.H* baler Michael K
Wiiliam Alleu Jonepb MeDaee
Jouu Flanagan James O. Hartley
John Calhoun Henry Chit
Bernard Bonner J« hn D. Kurtz
George Aboie Job
John H. Brown Golleb .Mumint ie
Francis McMonagle Frederick Meyer
api2>-:d JOHN MCCAFFREY.
N OTICE.—We, william C. Fooru
William 11. Robinson, tra«iing a»
Foofd » and Roblusou, in compliant*''
with the rtqul «munis of the ad
of Assembly in such case made and
provided, do hereby give notice that we
shall apply hi writing to the Court ol
General HessiouN of the Peace and Ja».
Delivery of the ttlute of Delaware, in and
for New Castle county, upon Mouday, tin
•Jth day of May next, being the Amt »lav
of the text May term of said court, for u
license to keep a wholesale bottilm e»
tablishiueal at Number
act
Gibbon»
:
Ô21 Drang«
Htreet. being in the Third Ward oftti«
city ot Wilmington, Delaware, aud t*.
sell luUjxtcal.il K liquors In quaniltle*
not les* lliau one half gallon, not L> b
drunk on the premises,and the following
respect«*hie lUlxeus recommend the sain
application, UjwU:
Nalhun Liebermau E. A. Barker
James Smith do*. W. Hral
Conrad Keller Win. Baxter
Samuel Culberl Thos. i. Russell
E. L. Rio« John Greenlee
Janie* H. Harkins James Claik
Herman Lange
K. J McManus
a. Rick la
James MegHry
A. iJiermaun __
W. MoElwtt«
Michael .Megary
Andrew Wilhelm
k \ B. Foreman
Patrick Monahan
Daniel Meti.wee
Leonard Hamanu
George M. Bacon
Pari* M. Mitchell
Cbaa. H. D. Bedford
Edward Funuar
Michael Newell
Harry t hrialy
J uine* Christy.
FOORD A ROBINSON.
aj)rtß-3i»
D
t.M IMl
REOPENING OK A. 8. W K.IIHTER M HK
l.KUT DANC1NO ACADEMY.
TburMlay Kveulutc, Mepteiuber »Ih
AT TUX
MAHONrC TEMPLE, Wilmington, Del.
La.ll«« nail 'ieulleiueu, Mi»«e« aud Ma»
1er» wishing to become piollcieut In al.
the daucea of Ibe /ay, aud u, learn tb,
new and more laaliloualile ones, will flial
It lo tbelr advantage to begin with the
opening of Uie wtuou.
EVENING CLASHKA
Coiumeuclnx Thuraday, SepteruberVtb.
Geutlenieu's eia«» Mouday aud Tbur»day
evenings from » tu lu o'clock.
AKTl'RNOON CLASHES.
Commeuclug on Saturday, October 'Al
I Adle« aud Mlaeea and Masier»' ciaa»
Tl.urnduya irom 6 to II, and Saturdays,
from AUU to t.UU, Priva'« leaaone given
at any hour to suit oonv mleuce.
Ol.l OE AMU UAOUUKT V, A l.T/K.i TAUUUT
IH A raw I.KSHONS.
M.
jft
A
Special arrangement» for School» ami
Hemiuarle«, aud ior private claaNe» ol
ladle« or gentlemen, can be made l>y
plying at the Academy, m Rcbulm g
Bro.'», No. 71U Market »treet or by mall to
a. s. Webster,
MomouIc Nefiiple.
*P
•p!4
KMOVAL.
R
J011N MULROUNKY, Rottler,
Has removed from 4tt* Poplar street,
to N. W. (x»r. 6th and Tatnall HU.
ALF., PORTKR, AND URoWN HTOUT
put up ln «mall packages for
family use.
All orders by mall or otherwise promptly
attended to. Klret premium Lager Beer
hotiUnl expressly for family use.
mh26-3m.
STOPPED FREE
Man lout tur- rtf,
'srtfBflftSHf
fimemnss
M
m
m A
'curt for FiLs, Fpilrpsy I d Iftrt* Afaiintu
rAi MBLSlf UkfiUH dlucte<l. jYo FUtafUr
rttday'turn. TivatlM and 92 trial bottleftaeta
*° H HALIÎ OR hunt
L«H IUE.
T Horiui M*r« 7
perfectly gentle. ' limÏÏ! ,,w .
N. K. COIt ",.!
1
uirp n
1 ANu ^hano k
»»4
IjUK HALE— IVur fl : _
a lug lota on pro,., » vievauaZJJj
Jack, on, is feet on f r un '!' 1 '
"VAN* *
*11 Kin
feblS
I'OJi,
S'(
A. OR SALI
r
W. corner of sirii'illi'lf, l " 1 UI1 Him
ro«ul Avenue, near u le , ' rw ' l »*4 iL?'
Ol the wiln.li.gmn A Wa.'!"°>ly e S
Knit iront on on k k a? 1- ru H. k *
fronton Stroud »Ireei A nvÄ ,U|1 Scl!
Apply at this linin', ' We * 1 * Uu.i t ,JJ
If" 1 '« HALK.-Hulldl, lg
X} Inehe« froni u, K(lll ,,
street: Ml feelrront i
Slid 111 feel fi
fro.il« on the c.ly Ih
tlmm Hd. Apply if
0
l °t loo
J" Ride of
Uuren
OM V
t on Maryiuoa
and M ft. oil a.Mxln.un Kir.-ei«,, ln 'K
near iuiln.ad Avenue.S..utl, Id ï*S
AI«o, oue loi .... riilrisei.il . I
He»Id street. Apply at uu Mvk&S
■BN
WANTED.
MU-l^YOLOAS OiVRo^
AMOUNTS. O.Vt lTï,,» ,£•«,, WjU
COUNTY rnoi-EUTY
••HIE \t ll.MIMn',,*
FUND wouihr.," H. ,K mît®!
8TH AND MARKET
W ANTEII. -TU» u, M ;„r,
■ Ij« Daily Uaz.itk i,
special rale» funuivurii», dieiit»,,Mv*
For Rent. F„r sale. i.„m uml
Hoarding. Want* ol 4 In,»» inSJEjj"*
■'or one lim«, 3» cent*. '
Kor two ti i»»«sI <11 ceuis.
F or three U m tt». bu ueou
F«'r four IIin *, «euu *
For Uv« tliucN, Hocenili.
For six turns, Uöctiiu.'
»Tu View oi the large uumlxriolit
.lusirloUH men and wom-n no*
employment,we will unm lurüj.ruoù»
print FREE OF CHaKijk.
nil bona tide suveitnemeou, ieun 0 7S
offlee properly worded, ami „ol
than nve lines in leiigili, »rnemm»
eitner sex who dcslielo obtain
ANTED.—
A boy. Apply si
i nis OFFICE
w
L OHT,— On Market street, h<j feM
5trr and 12th, a small gold tio/Maos
scarf pin A suitable
given if returned to
mi w
THIS 01 F ICI,
W ANTED —By a girl IJ yean of in,
Munition in light busiiivw tü£
Address H..
apl.
Tills 01 KICK.
Wj ANTED—All perNon* who are In
f ▼ w iut of anything, to inaku iu wo
their wants through the co umut of Ua
Uajebtti.
If.
W ANTED.—A purchaser for two fiuely
located cottage lofs j*l KHiooott,
near the beach, or
properly. Address,
•epM-dAwtl.
an exchange lor city
"L> " til In oltiee.
PUBLIC SALKS.
S ALK OF COWS.
The Subscriber n
s* II at Public Hah-, a
Liou, r.esl Marmor
Ch ster county, Pa.,
£
will
t lied
rough,
M ON D A Y, M A Y 2nd i vl,
Al l o'clock p in.
FORTY HEAD OF FRESH COWri AUD
HPK1NUERS, TWENTY if BAD
>T OK
OF
FEEDERS, i
YOUNu B'JLI
HILL \ HAILEY.
L. W. stidham A Sou, auu
188 1 .
1801 -
SPRING and Sülim
in on
MERCHANT
»EPAKTJIEKT
hand Ibe
Wc bave
LARGEST
STOCK
—oF—
Fine Foreign ftnd Domestic
Piece Goods
In Ihe City, ft«m which we srcmaklni
Suits to Order at Bottom
Prices.
Fit and Workmansliip Guar*
antoed.
OUR CUTTER i* as gond as cm
he found in this city
Call and be convinced.
elsewhere
or
BOSTON 0NE-PWŒ
CLOTHING HOUSE,
213 MARKET ST.
spr. 2Hmo. eotl <4 4tw.
»IÜASOJN A. ULK
INSECTICIDE 1
MOTH PHOOl'
PAPER IBAC3-S,
(OK TAR PAPER.!
Very cheap »ud no trouble.
Heverul »Ire», large »Ire for
coal«.
.«.1**1»
tarpaper
In Sheet« 3i4 *"**•
cash ui.hy.o
ANTI - MOTH
Cheap aud healthful. A
among clothing poaltivelj p
from uiom«. .„„.ii
DALMATION INSECT PJ>* [ '
INSECT POWDER '
OUM CAMPHOB!
OACH PAHT»
, MIM.
||| ■
I
soi
(For destroying Roaches
Rats, Ac., Ac )
BE T
Z. JAS.
APOTHECARY.
SIXTH AND MARKET
Wliininktou
«T*.
i»l»r7
pel*
NOW IS THE TIME
BUT toub
TO
STOVES,
AND a«x * oU " ,
H eatorg Putÿ.Æ
oardUrnej. before yon
• ■"'"Sr;r«N««r;t
Third and Hblpl >
M*
ony.
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