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T HIC DAILY GAZETTE Is publish
ed every afternoon (Sunday excepted.)
at 41« Market street, and served by car
vl— tA anhar rllwirH In ail P&Ttt Of the City
SîdÆSÎiSSÏÏtowne aSd villages, for
Je Dally paper In the City or
has a large and Increasing ctr
Btataand
fMU flfMk
Tftl DSLAVARE GAZETTE, es lab
ltahad. in. 178*. la Ihs largest and most
nourishing weekly paper in the State,
and has a larger circulation than any
other on the Peninsula, published every
— afternoon, at *2 per year in ad
SATURDAY. MAT 14. IML
Tbb State Loa*.— 9Ute Treasur
er Reynelds was in the city yesterday
aad paid the Gazette office a visit.
Be is delighted with the easy, satis
factory and successful manner in
whioh he has been enabled to convert
tbe State loan from six per cent, bonds
to four per cents. He is now mine
surprised than ever that the Gazkttk
had to labor for aix years to secure
the passage of an act through the
Legislature to effect a saving to the
by this mean* But reforms
always come slow. The measure had
the earnest recommendation of Gover
nor Cochran, and a fair but ineffective
suppen in the legislature of 1877, and
. only failed in 1878, because of the
scandalous oouduct of interested par
ties ia the last hours of the session.
The appeal made by Governor Hall,
in hie message and the adherenoe of
the holding over Senators, and the fact
that the Government was about to
ooavert its bonds to S per cents., de
prived the opposition of almost eveiy
argument against the project, and it
ia now accomplished so nearly that all
there is to do is to take up the old
hoods on which interest ceases on the
first of July and cancel them. The
amount of the premium secured by
tbe State over the face of the loan is
about $88,000 ; while the saving in an
nual interest will be more than enough
to pay tbe entire expenses of the bi
ennial sessions of our Legislature.
To the large States this saving may
wem very trifling ; but it must be re
membered that Delaware is very
small in territory ana that its popula
tion does not equal the population of
many oounties in the larger States,
hence the tax upon our people for
State legislation as well as county is
considerable, and it is no small matter
to be rid of it through the wise man
agement and careful procedure of the
Demeoratio party. But in additiou
to this the Democratic Legislature is
entitled to the credit of having made
»ome $08,000 for the people of the
State by the exchange of the mort
gage bonds it held against the P., W.
In conclusion we feel
•ore that we may rely upon the next
le g i s l at ur e, if it is Democratic,
re»
le g i s l at ur e, if it is Democratic,
lie ring oar people of a large amount
of the tax that now rests upon their
industrial labors.
rife
in
route
tious
in
that
of
era!
of
ihe
to
re»
•I* Chaxobry."— The present
Chancellor was onoe a "politician."
At least, that wae what the clergy
were accustomed to term him, and
and many of his friends, whenever a
little diffioulty or wrangle oocurred in
the grand old political party with
whiah he wae united, and to which tbe
gNHk mace of the olergy were inimical.
Wa have not the least doubt, in fact
we are quite sure that the Chancellor
waa very sincere and as kindly inten
aa wise in his advioe, when the
other day, ho had to alt and listen to
the appeal by the olergy and their
oounrel, to determine between the
wrangles that have done injury to tbe
•( religion and caused mischief
ip two of the churches of this diocetse
Bot U ie Hot el all unlikely that while
he wm giving vent to so much wisdom |
ia exhorting the eainta, (we bag par
dea,) to a more seemly mode of settling
*he|r little affair», the Chancellor's
aaiad reverted to the frequent habit
that the olergy and many other very
ffNd people indulged ia of casting
Aar reflections upon the politicsl par
tie« when they get into difficulties. It
!■ indeed a great pity that this scandal
ahoald have been brought upon the
eh a rehee. But wo hope these gentle
man, In fatura will be more careful of
their language about "politician»."
Their phUoeophy »hould have enabled
them to have settled their difficulties
without resorting to the officials of
"Urn world." The political leaders
have a very different class to deni
With. The promiscuous crowd
some
g«te noisy, but it is rare thst
tlMyget their beads "in chancery
so rare that few have ever witnessed
Mteb a thing. Row, we hope that
friends will goon get safely out of their
difflooltiea, and that all may profit by
the aivioe of tbe Chaneeilor. It is
good advice for all, aa well as tbe
ohorahea. Settle your difficulties
aiaeng yourselves and keep out of
There ia every prospect that -Cali
Eocaia will be a land of plenty this
year. The eropa are all in excellent
•oadition, and the supply of fruit will
be enormous unless some unforseen
disaster cut« itoff untimely. In many
loMlittee the fruit buds
fro* injury by late frost«, by keeping
•mouldering fires under the trees
The grape orop, which in
Mrgely from year to year, will
Mt be seriously damaged by the
phylloxera, though that
threatened to invade the
vineyard*
were saved
at
night.
'■mUsm
r vf.
peat ha«
California
Wilminotos hu been for more
than a quarter of a century wanting a
road to the Delaware, and all the while
railroad« have been built in every part
of the country over low places, quite
as difficult to grade as the marsh
lands within the city limits, at §5,000
to $10,000 a mile. There is now an
opportunity of getting the work done
cheaply, and we hope the Council will
avail itself of it.
Thb Immense increase in tbe earn
ings of many railroads is a matter of
surprise to every reader. Tbe amount
of traffic that has b eu passing over
the roads within the past two years is
simply enormous, and shows what
may be expected from the great West
when it is more densely populated with
the thrifty farmers, who are daily set.
tling new lands.
It is now asset ted that Mr. George
C. Gorham is the author of tbe recent
letters "from an occasional correspon
dent" in tbe New York Herald attack
ing President Garfield. Mr. Joe How
ard has previously received tbe credit
of their auihorship.
The Louisville Courier Journal bas
just printed au eigbt-page number,
with ten columns to tho page ard
claims that "no printing office in tbe
world is able to print at one impression
as large a paper as this."
Talk abouL tenure! Look at the
policemen wearing tbeir heavy winter
overcoats, and buttoned up too, with the
thermometer at 88 degreei! Has tbe beat
melted common sense out of the aulboii
lies at bed squai ter»?
If Senator Dawes can lind leisure
before leaving Washington it might be
well for him to attei d to that little
matter of bis confidential martyr,
Heath of Mississippi, Louisiana, and
the Southwest generally." Tbe Bos
ton Herald, not a Southwestern jour
nal, subrni s tbe following puitmeut
information touching that injured
man :
"A letter from a resident of Louis
iana, who knew Mr. Heath at the lime
of the alleged outrage, stales that iho
latter geuilemau told tire writer an en
tirely different story. He said lie was
burned out through the malice of a
rival dealer; lhat he bad ihe good-wi 1
of tbe white people, who deplored his
loss and wanted him to stay, as they
appreciated his goods and bargaius.
The writer adds that he has talked
with two colored men who worked for
Heath, aud ibey put him down as 'the
hardest taskmaster and the poorest
pay' they ever' saw."
THE LATENT PLOT.
Reported Nlar-Ri.ute 4'onaplrary to
Head OirnacVeagli.
Wathington correspondence Springfield
Kept blicun.
Plots aud plotting were never more
rife a ttbe Capitol than now. To say
nothing of political anil paity scheming
in the Garfield Conklmg row, tbeöui
route scandal, though at present over
shadowed, is involved lu a peifect lsby
rinth of plots. There are strong indic
tious that the S ar-rout« crowd are work
in- quietly but with vigor and in ways
that are dark to secure tbe coufiriuatioii
of William £. Chandler asSrllcitorGen
era! for the purpose of eu.h r forciug
MacVeagh out of the Cabinet or as a
rnrsua of embarrassing him in his wo»k
of unearthing their rascalities, 'i ll's is
ihe shrewdest and most dangerous inovr
meut on loot u> lliwart LU« ends ol jus
tice. It ie asserted here by pers dis" in
poeiliou to kuow the facts that Mac
Vesgh is the man of «11 other« most
dreaded by tbe Blar route ringsters ami
their aiders aud abdteis, aud il la regar
ded as iuevilable lhat if b, is permiiieil
to act, ui.trammeied by Ext cutivc or
other Uiiluunccs, he will miss Htnuv
howi by huutiag the lascals down. I' is
known lhat he is already working uuder
difficulties by reason of inefficiency and
lack oi sympathy ou tbe part of some of
tbe officers of the Department of Justice,
aud if Chandler,who has lor many years
been a crony of Borneo! the prominent
ringsters, should be fastened to Mac
Veagb as Bolicilor General, the Star
loute crowd would he greatly strength
ened. Hence, so far as public Interests
are concerued.llie contest over Chandler's
uoiuiuatiuu is much mure i*u portant tbau
over Uubertaoii.
|
A lady visitor at the Executive
Mansion during the last days of the
Hayes administration said to the col
ored servant of Mrs. tlayes, who was
busy packing the family trunks,
"Well, Winuy, how do you feel about
leaving the White House?" "Well,
now, Missus," said she, "you know
we came for four years, aud we've
enjoyed ourselves, aud they're all
sorry to have us go, aud now 1 think
this just the time te leave."
St. Louis pickyiockets are no re
specters of persons. Two of them
robbed Judge Walker, of the Illinois
Supreme Court, of $ii00 a few days
ago. Thay were very polite in assist
ing him into a railroad car, and one
of them even kindly carried his trav
alling-bag into the car aud placed it
od a seat for him, and was profusely
thanked tor his civility. The loss of
tbepocket book was not discovered
until later.
is
of
Mb. Jay Gould m reported by the
Washington Star to have telegraphed
to a Western Senator on Wednesday ;
"Can you conscientiously vote for the
confirmation of Matthews ?
Gould did not indicate on whioh side
of the taliy»list he wished the Sena
tor's conscience placed.
Mr.
Colonel Mi DANIEL, the celeb ated
Proprietor of «to-iy ll.oi-k Stud Farm,
Princeton. N . J .saya : "f hardly think
loo much can he said in praise oithlx
lu.alu-.ble medicine for he horse (LI*,
mg Co s Ar jcttled Extra-1 of wjieh
Hasel.j I ehou.d dvl-eatll horsemen to
kee;. U constantly ou baud." it quickly
cures over si nil n wouuds,luflammaLfous
aud most ol tbe commoner annum* of
the horse. Also auiea Crown »cub. Poll
I v.l. Injury fro pressure ef the Girth
Rheum-.ti m, Harness Galls, Ji flamed
Tendinous »heaths, Ac Depot 60 Mulden
Laue, hew Yr rk. »old In fifty cent* and
dollar sizes. He ueed rates by Uie halt
g.. !ou nr gallon. Beware of worthless
mayO-tjt
at
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.
In the first place we make
clothing enough so that we
can 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 we 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 take such
chances on anything but the
safest of everything ?
Wanamaker & Brown
Oak Hall, Market and Sixth,
PHILADELPHIA.
Mil P* I SOAPS I
All persons who desire to purchase a
good article of Soaps call at tbe
S. W. Coknek or Fourth and hhiplky
STREETS, OR AT THE MANUFACTORY,
No. 608 W. Front street.
All kinds of Soap Urease, or tallow will
he purchased at the store or lactory.
B. KRAUTTER.
apr!2 lino
FLOUR!FLOUR! FLOUR!
TRY A BARREL OF OUR
'SAFE TO BUY.
>>
A CHOICE PATENT PROCESS FLOUR
AND ONLY
#0.00 Per Uarrel.
Warranted to be as represented.
We have a verjgood Brand of Flour
at $4.50 and 90 cents for 1-8
barrel of our BEST FLOUR.
W. IV. CJlianciier,
No. 611 MAKKET STREET,
eprtto
Hal f way bet. 6th and 7th HU.
CARPETS.
and
be
to
of
or
is
he
ed
at
MATTINGS,
OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR LINENS
WINDOW HADES
COCOA MATTIN08,
PLAIN MATTING,
FANCY MATTING,
8TAIH MATTING,
6 yda wide,
BHADKS
OIL CLOTHS,
8TOOL8,
WILTONS,
MOQUKTTFS,
RKU.8NEL»,
TAPESTRIES,
3-PLY LINENS, from 2k
INGRAINS,
RAO,
VENETIANS,
WINDO
RUGS AND MATS.
We Invite an examination of our Large
.nd NEW STOCK of Pattern* In all
griule*, al and uuder market rate*.
SRANVILLE WORRELL.
H'AO and 8ti2 Market St.,
MANONIC TEMPER.
Inlyl-ly.
J^LECTRIO
LINE OF STEAMERS
Will resume tbeir trips between
WILMINGTON, DEL., and NEW
YORK CITY
«ailing from King street wharf, Wl
mlnglon, Del., on
SATURDAY, 19th Inst., at 2 p. m„
Weidner's Wq*rf. Chester, Pa., at 4 p.
m„ aud from Pier 16, Fast River,
New York, on
WEDNESDAY, 23d Inst., at4 p. m.
Thereafter steamers will sail regular)',
from Wilmington and Chester, oo *
TUESDAY», THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS.
NEW YOKE,
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS A FRIDAYS
Your patronage solicited. For rates ap
ply to E. ANDRE WB,
King Bt. Wharf, WU.
William Weaver, Weidner 1 » whan,
Chester. Ablel Abbot, 68 South St., N. Y
Tbe Wilmington Steamship Co.
job 12
PUBLIC BALB3.
OUBUOBALE
«AWÉ«>I I
hotJÏf*®pi*tt ,
Adlaoaatto the United Ste»«« Hovel,
extending from Front to Wxier otrwi,
with Brio* Buildings iron Um; on Water
and Front Streets, and v"
Building fronting on Water Htreet. 40
feet front on Water Wtreet, and 90 feet
front on Front »treet, on
HATH RDAY, MAY 14.1881.
At «o'clock P. M..
Ou the prein ie ». Wilmington, Dele,
Without Postponement. Withdrawal or
Underbidding.
This propdfer ih fronting on the Water
street system ol Railroads, is very eloae
to itie new depot of the P.W. * ». K. K.
Oo and is frontiug ou the system ol
Horse Railways ou Front 8treel.
soaroely tell to become very valuable for
depot, warehouse, end other bu.li art
purposes. In the meantime It can be
made to produce a handsome rent frutn
the three paris Into wb.ch It Is divisible.
Tust u> Balk.—Moi igage for l*Jk»
nay remain, properly secured by t? »re
InBUranoe, and the balance JJ> be eqdjjg
dlv ded in cash, aud note, with approved
endorser, at 3 months, with interest from
the day of saie. Possession on the nth
of March, 1882.
Bett emeu te be made within one week
from (lay of sale, and rent to go to the
purchaser from day
Seventh and Makket ^teekth.
Agent to ibtfeci the Bale.
mav7 St-7-11 1 8
pUBLIC SALE. _
VV111 l.e held at tbe term of the sub
scriber, near Newark. Del., on
THURSDAY, MAY 19,1881,
At 1 o'clock, P. M.,
at which time tbe following pr< percy
Five horses, two
yearllug
will besold ;
00 U, two cows, forty
we them, 1 grain drill, 1 ox (ETL
'A ox yokes, 2 deai boa wugoai, 1
buggy, 2 sulky cultivators, 2 on* Home
cultivator*, I threaber and ubakt-r, 1
ijoraerane, 1 eorn «hei Ur, 1 revolving
barrow, 1 twin harrow, 2 Mooie plow«.
1 Atwood plow, 2 *eu. of carriage bar
netut, and numerous otber implement».
Also, at Uie same lime and place, Mr».
Hill, giving up housekeeping, will sell
lollowlng : 5 bedsteads, 2 plain
tables, 1 dining table 2 kitchen table», 1
mat ble-lop table, 2 benches, 1 wash
stand, 1 work stand, 1 side board, looking
glasses, 3 toilet sets. .Hots or Windsor
ob airs, U cane seat chairs, 8 clocks, 2 Flock
beds, 3 mattresses, 2 stoves, buunyshie
beater, rocking chair, sofa, dishes audlall
sorts of kitchen utensils; outter crocks,
butter scales, Ingram and rag carpels,
lluw re; and glass ware and numerous
other articles too tediuus to meniloa.
WILLIAM DEAN.
the
mayll-eodis
ALK.OF COWS. _ „ _
The Subscribers will Aaiyli lsteP
sell at Fubllo Stale, at lied TfljtTfg
Lion. East Marlborough, (T ~ 7R
Chester county. Pa., ffOSSSoHa
MONDAY, M AY le tu lall,
At 1 o'clock p m.,
FORTY HEAD OF FRESH COWS AN»
BPRINOEK8, TWENTY HEAD
OF FEEDERS, i.uf OF
YOUNO BULLS.
8
hill a bailey
L. W. Htldbam A Hon, Aucl'rs.
aprô-ti
PU 0P0BALB.
^ UTILE TU DUgTKACl'UB«,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed b, the UowmlUee an pouted by »h
Levy Court of New I a*lft- couuiy, for tbe
oon-tructiuh ol a PILED BHIUOE on the
slieol the old hrlugeacioss St. A ugusime
Marsh anu Créés. The hildge to be oou
struoted with white oak piles, capsjstrlug
er» and plank. The ralllug to beoi either
white oak or while line Length ol
bridge about 2400 leet, wldtb 19 le.t, to be
widened in twu places to a wl lb of 29
leet; eacb a length ol 80 feet. The work
to he braced and bolted In a gotd aud
suostenual manner, the piles driven to a
guild foundation.
Sealed p opos»ls will also be reeel vet.
lor the construction of a- earth road on
the same site, to be of a width not less
than thirty leet on tbe top, the sides to
b»ve a slope of at least ally degrees, and
when finished to be at le st fifteen feet
above low water, w Ith a bridge about
seventy feet In length and twenty fuel In
width across St. Augustine creek, «in
structed o. plies or while oak, five plies
to a but. the buts to be eight feet apart,
well braced and boiled. Caps, stringers
and plank to be of wblte oik, railing to
be wblte pine with woollen
abutments, five feet of the top of whlcb
to be good wblte pine faced limber.
Proposals will also be received at tbe
same time aud place for the oonairuotlou
of the same work and In the same n au
ner, partly In wood and partly in earth.
Specifications can be seen on applica
tion to Wm. Polk, t.dessa. Del.,
Alt Proposals must be addressed to
'FILLIa*) polk, levy Court Room,
Wilmington, Delaware, and delivered on
or before it) o'clock, a. m., on Monday,
23rd day of May, 1881.
. he committee reserve the right to re
ject any or all bid*
WILLIAM I'oLK, /
CHHlcTiAN FEBIUKK, >
WILLIAM h. BK1UHT, )
M- y la, 1881.—7t_
pROPOSALS FOR (JBAdINU.
Office of the street Oomrissioner,
No. 8)4 East sixth street,
Wilhinuton, OBL«, May 6th, 1881.
Sealed proposals wilt be received lu tbe
bos tn tbe City Council Chamber nul l
7.30 p.m., Thursday .May 19,1881, for grad
ing the bed of Dupont St., from Lovering
Avenue to the centre of Wawaeetl SL
The amount of material to be removed
is about aoo cubic yards. Tbe stone must
he brokeü small enough for tbe stone
breaker, where tbe atone must be taken
And deposited by the contractor. The
dirt must he taken any place that the
Street Commissioner may dlreot, provid
ed the distance of hauling Is not greater
than five squares. Tbe werk must be
done under the direction and supervi
sion of tbe Street Commissioner and
must be completed wltbln 80 days from
the lime tne contract U awarded
by CUy Counell; lor every dky there
at ter the contractor must par to
the city of Wilmington the sum
of five dollars. A bond with se
curity In the sum of one hundred dollars
moat accompany each proposal for the
good faith of the bidder. The Commit
tee reserve the right to reject any or all
bids. All bids must be properly signed,
sealed and endorsed "Proposals for
grading DuPont street."
For mriher information apply
L. P. LYJ
A
Committee.
to
NCH,
Btrect Oommiaaloncr.
By order of tbe Opening Htreet Cont
întes. GEORGE ABELE,
maylS tt Chairman,
A n ordinace in relation to
RAILROAD COMPANIES.
Re U e retained by the (Mu Council of WU
minyton:
HkcrioH 1, It shall be tbe duty of tbe
«everal Railroad Companies, operated by
»team power, bavlng trains or oar. pam
ng over tbeir railroad tracks where tbe
same cross I be public streets ol tb Is city,
to place gates asroaa such of said streets
at railroad crossings, as toe CUy Council
may by resolution or otherwise order
<Vllrect. Any such Railroad Company
falling or relusiug to oomplv wltb tbe
provisions of this ordinance eball for
each such offence forfeit and
of fitly dollars to be recovered
Mayor for the use of the city.
Passed al the CUy Hall, May 12,1881.
HARRY BHAKPLKY,
Presldeut of CUy Council.
A ttest, E. 11. 9 Kazan, Clerk ol Council.
mayl3-2t
I
a tine
re the
fig
p.
*
S1.3
KINDLING WOOD,*
OAK AND PINE MIXED.
Orders can be left at tbe following pieces
Mr. Che*. E. Balfuer. Flour and feed store.
No. I W. 10th street.
W. C. Townsend, Flour and .Feed Store,
coiner 6th and Tatnall Ste.
uey, N. W. cor. 9th and Madl
sou. Grocery »tore.
John A.
James O'Dnnneii, GroceryBtore, oorner
Orange street*.
Messrs. Wlel A Klngwalt,
N. E. oor. Seooud and
Orders seat by mall to bind
lactory, corner ol Union and G
nucwlllhcprom^attemd«
Wllmlncten Del.
81 h and
ap
Y
Harness Store.
Market Ste.
wood
Ave
mh
L ODGING—For two Or Vhrvegentlemen
at 60 » SHIPLEY STREET.
KTOTlir_persons wno;w#re orarved
JN the Btato or Delaware for the United
HUteeniUtWryservice In May, June
July, 186». and paid commutation fen.
were aterwards again drafted lu 18«ä and
were mouired 1° procure a eubetltute 'll
enter the military service under the lall-t
draft,will find It to their a«l vantage to come
lu
thorlsed by the State Legislature to collect
tom the Secretary of War, me nommnu
tlou money paid by each persons. Ti e
Secretary of War having been directed by
at of Oongrees to refund the
on paid on each earns. O. H.
Dover Dal.. Julv 10. 187«
commuis.
«VüAf,
N OTICE.—The Much »ulos Loau Asso
ciation has Just Issued »D unsres of
new stock. TU. erst payment to he made
on the second Tuesday in May. Person,
desirous to invest should apply at once
W. J. MORROW. Secretary
417 French Btrect.
Offloe open Dem 7 o'clock a, m. until 7
o'clock p. m. Orders by msilproinpuy
attended to. aprtS lmeod
to
L OBT.— On Markst street, bitween
ten and Ulh, a small gold horseshos
Mart pin. A suitable reward will be
given If return«!
THIB OFFICE.
ONLY 'TOLOAN —ON MORTGAGES
- 1N LAUGH OH SMALL
AMOUNTS. ON CITY OR XRW CASTLE
COUNTY PROPERTY, APPLY TO
"THE WILMlnUTON SAVINGS
FUND SOCIETY," 8. E. CORNER OF
8TH AND MAKKET.
M
Delaware slate Bauds!
Ornes or Statb Tukasussk, 1
Dovsa, Dsl..M ay 10, 1881. J
By virtue or an Act of tbe Oeneral
Assembly of the State of Delaware,
paaaeu at Dover at its session of 1881,1 do
uereby give notioe to holders of Delaware
Stele Bonds that 1 Uralt attend at tne
Philadelphia Natlonnl Bank, m tbe city
or Philadelphia, during tbe bualm as
hours of that Bans, on the Oral three
secullar days of July. A..D, 1881, pre
pared to pay off SLUT redeem bonds ol me
said Slate, of tbe numtmra following:
From No. 291 to 880. boib Inclusive or the
denomination of one thousand dollars
each, or the tune of tbe bonds of seid
-late under dais of January 1, A. D., IMS,
also other bonds of tbe Bald State of the
number* following : From No. 1 U>8u2.
both Inclusive, of the denomination ol
ose thonaand dollars each, of »he Issue oi
tbe bouda el tbe said Stale under date pi
January 1, A. D.. 1867: and also other
bor da or the said Stele of the number*
following : From No. 1 to 176, both inclu
sive, of the denomination oi one thous
and dollars eaoh, of the Issue of the bonds
of said State under date of January l.A.
1874. And that from and after the Aral
day of July, A. D., 1881, luteresl will
oeaae to aocrue on tbe bonds herein
designated.
ROBKBTJ. REYNOLD**,
a late Treasurer.
maylO-ljyleod .
$ 50,000
WORTH OF
SPRING and SUMMER
CLOTHING,
NOW ON
EXHIBITION
AT THE
Great Boston One-Price
CLOTHING HOUSL
213 HARZET ST.
A Larger Line Than Ever
Before.
For tbe next THIRTY DAY8 we have
decided to have a
GIFT SALE.
Each purchaser of a pair of Pants
a Suit to reocive a VALUABLE
PRESENT. All the Articles in
our Northern Window to be GIVEN
AWAY with Clothing in the next
thirty days.
Buy your Clothing of the
RELIABLE
BOSTON ONE-PRICE
CLOTHING HOUSE,
213 MARKET SI.
V. E. HOLMES, Prop.
OLD
apr. 38-lmo. eod dr 4tw,
GENTS' bCAKFS
30o,
FORMER PRIuE $1.00»
W. B. COLE.
Men's Furnishing Goods*
" MARKST 8TRKBT.
fciHEAT »XKUAIXM
AT
ADAMS & BRO'S,
604 MARKET STREET,
In Oil Clotbs, Car peu and Matting, Tin.
Glass, and (Smokery Ware,
l*rv Goods, dt Notions,
BOOTH AND SHOE8.
toy» and Fancy Goods,
Ot all Descriptions.
Stair Rods, and Rags, Croquet, Lawn
Tenu. Base Balia, Bau., do. a forge as
sortment of Hammocks, cheap. Express
Wagon*, and Velac ped«* I ooklng
Horses, Doll Carriage« and Wheel nar
rows, Fire Works, Flags, Lanterns,
We would particularly call your
attention to our epectai line of Children'!
Carriages at Factory prices.
Call rad (be (esaflaesd that our
m ■
established
EIS IN G & LANGE«
ao
*taea
s
w
-»xan—
All Kinds of Provisions.
400 Orange Street*
mart-1 d WILMINGTON.* "l,
HEBEAFTEB
THE MANAGER
' OF OUR
WILMINGTON BRANCH
Will be on band
day,
[(Not Sundays of course,)
AT OUR
Display
Rooms,
Second floor front, over Allmond & Co.'s, Grocery Store
Southwest Comer Eighth and Market Streets,
(Private entrance on Eighth street,)
WIILILÆIIfcTŒTOIN-, DEL.
And will display a full lino of Samples of
DRY GOODS, SILKS,
Dress Goods, Bools and Shoes,
Ladies' Coats, Cloaks & Ulsters, Carpets, Clothing,&<
TERMS: On a bill of goods amounting to Te
Dollars, One Dollar down and one dollar per week,
GEO. KELLY & CO.,
810 Market Street, Philadelphia.
spr30
THE STAMFORD
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
This Institution, located at Htamiord.
Conn., is the only laslllullou lu tin
East ruu in connection with ihe Colorado
Business College Denver,Colorado,there
by glviug superior advantages to its grad
nates In procuring paying Himations.
This college U tbe best p>l its kiud for tbe
Mercantile Training
—OF—
YoungMen and Ladies
G. W.FOSTEK, PrtAulrnl
tV. S. CLARK, Secretary ,
D. W. CADY, Treasurer.
Tbe moatexteuslve, thorough and com
plete Institution ol the Kind lu the world,
Tbouaaude of accountant* and business
men, in the principal cities and towus of
tbe United Hlate», owe their Bucceasgto
our oouraeof training.
Tuk|Rioiit Kind or Eoucatiow for
Y ouaa MxxiAFD Ladies.
Fine new brick block, impolite Stamp
ford House. Elegantly filled and furu
llhed apart ment» 1er tbe application of
and carrying out of our uovel anu aya
U.malic meibtxla of
Business Training
Young ?»en who contemplate a bust
parent« having «on« to edu
cate, are particularly rt*jue«led to «eud
for our new circular, wnu*h will give fu '
information ac to terms condition« of eu
trance,etc. Addrett«,
W. 8 . CLARK, Kec'y.
Stamford, Comm.
now life, and
apr!8-d3m
TO PHYSICIANS
—AND—
CONSUMERS OF
COD LIVER OIL.
Knowing irom experience me auaaiii
taolimj •» orten attending tbe dUpeneluc
of many of theamulilou* In tbe market 1
would call year attention to torn« of Ike
fbatureeof iheetnulalou wblcb I bave pre
pared and dlapeneed for yeara wltb mi.
varying ullateoUon. Tbe Ot) ueed 1* tne
fineel Norwegian and the moat acrupu
lou* care la exerolaed In the choice of all
material aud in every detail of lia raanu
teeture. By oareful manipulation ihla
emulate* 1( made with Ihe ainalleal poa
alble amount of gum, aud by the very ml
oute dlvlaleu of Ibe oit globules la render
y fluid and perfectly palatable.—
tableepoonful contains so uer cent.
ofCHands grains of Hypopboapblle ol
Lim« Samples will be gladly furnished
to a. Physicians who may desire them—
Put up in pint bottles, price «1. Manu
factured and sold wholesale and retail by
W. E, WILLIAMS,
Dhdooiht.
ad yer
Eacb
PH OP'JtSSI ON A L.
Uockbssin, Delaware.
BOHR G. JA1KNOX,
LAND sukveyok,
(CIVIL ENGINEER <t DRAFTSMAN,)
Notary Publloand Oonveyanoer.
JUSTICE OF THRJPKACK.
aprko-lmodaw
OTIOK.
WALTER CUMMINS,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
lias removed bis office to
NO. 720 KINO STREET
fcbl9-8m.
JOUR MICH3B,
Attorney-at- Law,
No. 4 W. SEVENTH STREET,
Wilmington Del.
apd-ly.
K. PEN INU J OIs
ATTORNS Y- At-LA W,
Mo. 8, WEST ITH STREET,
Wilmington, Dei
H.
UTiS-V
WHEAT!
oa w i w uiy
Dealers make
Moo*;
W. T. SOULB A CO., U0
La «all* Street, Cbfcaea
111. Witte for parUcelM*
KKANHAM, —LOU iöJ ANa—TKXAIU
.ttOUTH WEHTKtlN IMMIGRATION]
COMPANY: I
Tbe purpose of UiIm Company l* to for
nUh reliable informât lou, tlenoripil?*
and HlaiiNtioril, re.atlng to the rv*our«i
and advantage« of the ttouth Wem,
• be company now ha« fo: Ulatrlbutlos
Book«, Pamphlet«, Circular« and Max
which will be «ent free olchdrge qui
application made to
WM. W. LANG, President,
_ _ Mauler Texan Htale Ora*
B. G. DU V A L, Hecretary,
J. N. VICTOR. Haeteru M
*»pri-8m
Austin, Tern
anager.
243 Broadway. New Yorl
I m. »*u«1
liou«D Painter,
ü gainer & Glazier
is picpared to de all
with
rk In ha US
rroiaplassi and Dit palet).
Jidere respectfully solicited.
Office, No. 219 Shiol« Street.
KMOVAU
It
JOHN MULROUMV, Bottler,
Has removed from USi Poplar street,
to N. W. cor. 6th and TatnaU 81*. ,
ALE, PORTEE, AND BROWN BTOBl
put up In small packages for
family use.
All orders by mall or otherwise prompU
attended to. First premium La«« we
bottled expressly for tarnlly use.
mbüä-3m.
^T THE
. 1 )
111
WARKR00M8
No. 816 Market Street,
oan bo found one of the flue*t sRortBMlJ
of furniture of all doaonptlou, a* «
found tn any other wareroum in 9»
oily, A call and examination will pm"
Ibia fact.
MATTRE88EI} OF ALL DEHCRüTIUäI
Including the famou«
Patent Elastic Felt Mattrei4*»'|
Bolsters and Pillow».
Repairing neatly and promptly do»*
JAMES MEQHATTEf
mhmi-ly
_ *-LAWARKOAKFia^^^kT.
We have lust received a large «lock oil
D
Thr«H
Tapestry Bruasela.
ply Ingrat mm and I»aiua 8 |1
carpetjmc*;
OILCLOTHS. MATTINMA«
WINDOW SHADES.
and satisfy yourwll
Give us a oall
we are giving nargalns. -
IIEJNHY OÄEB«
W 1LM1NQTOW. DHL
ANCHOR -
STATFS RAIL BTE.t -
Sail eerrr »»lerci-T'.. C.
NRtV l'OilK .0
camus, »»9 ^
Tbaat steamers do not e rry c as
rncrtno
And every 8»- W/VjX- „
yEVr T(;li 1 tlLOitEeV/rllj"
CABINS, 8M tn (HU. Kxepivlon *»^,^
Pasaenser secommodsUonii «' ^
Al. Ststerooms od . ."ÏTÎo or fto» r
Psuenger* booked » t 1 ,o rî5 1 IÎ^ 'it A""'! 1 ":*
iSulroad Station In l „"[%c -trf «Ç : *
hrafi» st 1.,-wn.I r»t'»,.f*-i »nd Irr'-" 11 ,,.
tbroQjrboqt Bnclsnd. FeotUnd «"® 4C -ipplf
Yoriwok# ofiulonnstioihPlan*. oul( , t
UBMoaaaov Baorak*.. » „
Or to «AdIJ EL F,
roes.. Wllmlngtoa. Del.
KJ
WM. B. SHARP
MARK® 1, sTS
4th ANU
NEW DRESS GOODS
at reduced PRIO* 8 -
Col'd & Black Silks
the importer.
Dlreot from- .
ES & CASSIlï^
—ass* we nave ever 0
AlSJl
Tne largest stock we
AI»o a fh'l UnB of
Carpets and Oil Clod*
From SScte to «2.00 P* r ^
WM. B. SHARP'
MARKET BTB*

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