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C. F. JOHNSON, Editor St Proprietor
THE DAILY GAZETTE is publish
ed every afternoon (Sunday excepted,)
at 416 Market street, and served by car
riers to subscribers in all parts ol tbe city
\nd surrounding towns and villages, for
six cents a week, payable weekly. Yearly
tutoect then, 98 In advance. It le the only
Democratic Dally paper In the City or
state and has a large and Increasing oir
THE DELAWARE GAZETTE, estab
lished in 1784. is the largest and most
flourishing weekly paper in the State,
and has a larger circula Mon than any
outer on the Peninsula. Published every
Thursday afternoon, at #2 œr year in ad
unce.
FSIDfcY. AUGUST 12, 1281.
Alarmists and Croakers would
make tbe people believe there was
great cause for apprehension that
chao* or something else as damaging
would result to the government in case
the President should die ; that the
Vice President would not be able to
conduct the affairs of State, or that
the Senate beiug left without a Presi
dent would be in danger of going to
pieces, because of its disorganized
condition. Such alarmists aud croak«
ers seem to have very little faith in
the representatives of the people, or
in the ability of the
the Executive, the Judicial and Legis
lative branches of the Government,
each department of which is so con
stituted and directed as to go forward
in their separate spheres should the
President die, with the same precise
ness as though no such event had
taken place. The sympathy which
the people have for President Garfield
isjustsuchas all peoples have for
their appointed or chosen Chief Exe
cutive. It is right lhat they should
thus express their sympathy—but that
sympathy is evidence of something
else than regard for the man whose
misfortune has drawn it forth—it is
evidence of the attachment and value
which the people hold for their gov
ernment and the honor that it shed
upon those called to fill the great trust
reposed in the Chief Magistracy. We
feel a deep and sincere sympathy for
the President. But it is
forgotten that wise provision was
made by the Fathers of the govern*
ment to meet the contingency ; and
that this contingency has been met no
less than three times iu ihe history of
the Union. We have no disposition
to shield the Vice President from the
who compose
\ to be
attacks of the "Half-breed" journals,
and sball undertake no defence of Mr.
Arthur.
We only desire to point to
the fact that the Government h<*B
in the past six months been shown to
be in trustworthy bands ; aud that
each department seems to have been
properly and safely conducted, at
least up to the time tbe President H as
abut. Aud since that time all things
have appealed to proceed smoothly
along, aud no complaint is uttered if
we except the expressions of unmanly
we except the expressions of unmanly
fears and the seemingly unwarranted
censure that is hurled at the Vice
President. Aud yet we
act of impropriety on the part of Mr.
Arthur. He has mauiieated a digui
Med reserve and a willingness to yield
to the directions of Mr. Garfield's
Cabinet that as an officer should
of
.. . , .
no time heretofore in the dread of |
c&u see
mand the respect of the people. At
such a con'ingency has ih» govern
ment been
frvored. We are at
peace at homo and have no disputa
tions with foreign nations ;
an overflowing treasury and
midst of unprecedented
aud as if to give ail the official heads
of tbe government timely warning the
life of the President has been
longed until all may have had time
to examine the laws and to be
prepared for whatever duty through
t ie death of Mr. Garfield may de
volve upon those iu high and responsi
ble positions. Tb s was not the case
in eithei of the preceding like events.
We have now but to reflect that the
government is not like some great
machine that may be stopped because
of (he failure of a s ngle part to co
operate ; but rather like the plana*
tory system, the removal of a single
star from which, though it be as
bright ss tbe sun, it does, not destroy
the baimouy of the great universe.
Bo the death of the President
cause a shock and a panse, as it
were ; but nothing beyond should be
apprehended. For the Vice Presi
dent immediately takes the oath of
office and is invested with all that de
volves upon the President, while the
Cabinet proceeds with its work until
it sees proper to express a desire to
the new President to be released from
duty if it so pleares him to select
others with whom it would be more
agreeable to confer In reference to the
affairs of State.
i have
in the
prosperity ;
pro
may
The City ought to issue proposals
for tbe purchase of a sand lot. The
lot from which it now obtains its sand
I and gravel baa been nearly oleared,
auti should be put in the market. Its
•ale and purchase by builders would
be the means of placing lots for resi
dences in convenient locality and a
well drained aud healty situation. No
doubt tbe whole lot would very soon
I beooveied with houses and thus re
torn a revenue to the oity in taxes
which would be quite an item, while
it would lake but a small part of the
I moneyHfce lot would bring at auction
! to purchase another sand lot.
The New York Herald has predicted
that should the Presided die and Mr.
Arthur become the head of the govern
ment be will make no changes in the
Cabinet. The Herald has given no au
thority for its supposition, and therefore
it is only to be credited as the opinion
of a journal that is always ready to say
something that will gratify a public sen
ament. It is likely that Mr. Arthur
would not make any immediate change
in the Cabinet, but it would not be
reasonable to expect him to conduct the
government very long wiih a Cabinet se
lected by Mr. Garfield. Every
prominence who has been in political
life any great length of time, as Mr.
Arthur has been, has a circle of friends
and associates, and he would naturally
prefer to have some of these in whom
he bas been in the habit of reposing con
fidence, to give him advice. It does not
follow that Mr. Coukting would be the
head of the Cabinet. It might be that
Mr. Conkling would refuse to go into
the Cabinet, preferring to exercise an In*
fluence outside. But the most reasonar
ble supposition is that Mr. Conkling
would not only be the Secretary of
State, but would select all the other
members of tbe Cabinet and become just
what the "Half-breeds" apprehended he
would, the "power behind the throne.'»
Of
to
to
in
or
is
for
no
of
Gold Still Coming.— A cable tele
gram from London yesterday brought
the important announcement that the
Bank of England rate of discount had
been raised from 2$ to 3 per cent, to
check the outflow of gold to this coun
try. The weekly statement of the
Bank showed a deorease of specie
equal to $610,000.
It would not be at all surprising if
the discount in the Bank hf England
was raised to curb the spirit of specu.
lation that has existed for the past
year to such an alarming extent as to
attract the attention of most writers
upon political economy who have been
predicting a crisis in the money mar
ket as a consequence of the wild man
ner in which investments in specula
tive stocks were being made in Lon*
dan and other English cities.
The statistics of cigarettes show how
their use io this country has grown of
late. In
be
year the supply Las in
cresed more than a third. Tbe tax on
them for tbe last fiscal year produced
nearly a million dollars from tbe ordi
nary cigarettes alone. Tbe tax on these
was $1.75 per thousand, and the number
of cigarettes made and paying revenae
was over five hundred million. These
cigarettes are mostly vile enough. Tbe
odor tells the story. While many of
them are unquestionably good, others
^resaid to be mixed with refuse tobacco.
Many people can remember when tbe
cigarettes was tbe pleasantest form ol
tobacco smoking—tbe pleasantest for the
puffer and the pleasantest for the people
puffed at. Ladies who could not endure
ordinary cigars often found the perfume
of the cigarette agreeable; it was like a
lighted pastille.
to
h<*B
to
that
at
as
if
The Tide of Immigration.—'T he
chief of the bureau of statistics reports
that during the month of July, 1881,
there arrived in the customs districts
of Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, Huron,
Minnesota, New Orleans, Passama
quoddy, Philadelphia and San Fran
cisco 62,589 passengers, of whom 56,»
607 were immigrants, 3,859 citizens of
the United States returning from
. abroad, and 2,123 aliens not intending
| to remain in the United States. Of
this total of immigrants there arrived
from England and Wales, 6,693 ; Ire*
land, 5,837 ; Scotland, 1,320 ; Austria,
1,941 ; Belgium, 120 ; Denmark, 744 ;
France, 352 ; Germany,20,374 ; Hun
gary, 225 ; Italy, 675 ; Netherlands,
889 ; Norway, 2,905 ; Poland, 250 ;
Russia, 793 ; Sweden, 6,067 ; Switz
erland, 958 ; Dominion of Canada,
4,890 ; China, 20,046 ; and from all
all other countries, 898. During July
1880, the total of immigrants
49,955.
J.
A.
Ed.
of
I
as
it
be
of
the
to
the
was
A Developing Industby.—T he
Charleston New» and Courir publishes
some interesting figures touching the
origin and development of phosphate
mining and fertilizer manufacturing in
South Carolina. It gives the credit of
the discovery in 1867— or rather the
practical application of the discovery—
of tbe phosphate deposits under the land
and under the seacoast of South Caro
lina to Professor F. S. Holmes, a dis
tinguished naturalist and scientist. Tbe
first shipment of tbe erude fertilizer rock,
six tons, was made 1b 1867, since which
time there has been
until this year the shipments will reach
30o,000 tons. The yield of clean dry
rock varies say from 300 to 1,200 tong,
averaging about 800 tous to tbe acre,
and it is now taken at >8 per ton as rast
as ready for shipment, and some of tbe
companies are said to have their entire
product engagtd for twelve months
ahead. It is claimed that tbe rock yields
sixty per cent, o* phosphate of lime.
There are six marine phosphate com
panies, besides about a dozen parties
working under individual rights, and an
idea of the value of the deposits in
•Joosaw river is given by the tact that
tbe stock of the company owning
rights for this river, the par vaTi
which is $100, has sold tor $1,000
share.
I
the
annual increase
of
per
Correct.
The Newark (N. J.) Advertiser, In an
appreciate article on Baltimore, says:
''Baltimore is a model city, full of life,
business, pretty women, flue buildings,
well-kept parks, noble churches aud a
hospitable people. It is probably tbe
most distinctive American city in tbe
U nited States, and it manages its muni
cipal affairs with honesty and economy.
Biaewbere no appropriation for a public
work was ever known to hold out, but
in Baltimore there is generally a surplus
which is returned to tbe treasury. Bal
timore has clean streeta y temperate and
or e , and can afford to »pend whatever
is heeded for public improvements with
out going Into hysterics." Oar Newark
co-teraperary, in the above extract, has
cootpressed a volume into a nutshell.
Baltimore's true position could not well
be more correctly stated .—Baltimore
Its
a
No
re
the
Sun
Exclusions.
Sunday Excursion
-TO—
ATLANTIC CITY.
>S.M. Felton
Steamer
Will leave French street wharf.
On Sandsy, Ans. 21, at 2.20 a. n.,
And thereafter every SUNDAY, nutil
further notice, for Camden, where excur
sionists will take the oars ol the West
Jersey railroad, and wi'l reach Atlantic
City at 10.46, giving SEVEN HOURS to
spend at tbe Coney Island and Brighton
Beach, of New Jersey.
Thetraiu leaves Atiantlo City at 6.49
o'clock, p. m., to return.
Excursion Tickets, $1.00.
aogt t _
SEASIDE HOTELS, Etc.
JOSEPH OHME,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE HOUSE,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Also, Delaware County House on
Pacific and Georgia Avenues,
near West Jersey and Narrow Gsuge Ex
cursion Homes. Atlabilc City, N. J.
Iqnors and Cigars always
Jy U-tSepSO
Good Wines, I
hand.
INNE4|UA HOUSE.
M
PACIFIC AYE., ABOVE C. A A. E. H.,
Atlantic City. One square from the
Beach. Special Kates
Boarders. Best dinner
for 50 cents
Weekly
the Island
* WILLIAM J. COWLEY.
Proprietor.
Branch of lu23Sout.i Broad Street,
Philadelphia
Jyl8-t»ep8Q. _
THE OLD RELIABLE.
1 CONSTITUTION DINING ROOMS.
Atlantic City.
50 CENTS for a good* dinner, Including
Tea.Ooff.eorD ssert. OYSTERS—Stew
ed, Fried, Panned and Raw. Fried Oys
ters a Specialty. Baske s and Valnab.es
taken care of free of charge. LUNCH
TABLE* FREE.
J. W. JOHNSON,
Proprietor.
BATHING HOUSES ATTACHED.
Jyl8-tsep80.
LICENSE NOTICES.
OTIt'E.—I. Alexander Gillespie, do
hereby Rive notice that I sball ap
ply to the Honorable the Judges of the
Court of General Sessions of tbe Peace
aud Jail Dellvir
in and for New Castle c*»nuty,on Monday
the 19th day of September A. D. 1881, be
lug the first day of September term of
said Court, for a license
tavern at 824 Cburcb street, »t being the
southeast corner of Church and Taylor
streets, In the Eighth Ward of the City of
Wilmington, New Castle county, Stale of
Delaware, aud
lo quantities le»s than
drunk on tbe preml<es, and
respectable cilisens and
Ward recommend ihe said application to
wit :
N
ol the M ate of Delaware
lun
sell intox hating liquors
quart, to be
llie follow lug
residents ef said
D. 8parks, Ml hael O'Mealey,
Wm. J, king, Andrew Moore,
Michael McGlnley, William Doran,
Hu b Curran. James Kerrigan.
Samuel Forrest, John J. Horner,
David Watson, Jobn Erwin,
James Phillips, Philip Mulligan,
James Dennison, John Daly,
Samuel Curry, John J. Dorsey,
Bernard Kelly, James Barry.
Jobn Traynor, Michael McUole,
Patrick Bonner, Thomas Correy,
Dennis Curran, Bernard liouahoe,
ALEXANDER GILLESPIE.
W
auglS-St*
OTICE.— I, Caroline Kllngler.do here
by give notice that I shall apply to
the Honorable tbe Judges of ihe Court of
General Hessions of the Fes
Delivery of the State of Delaware, in and
for New Castle county, on Monday, the
19th day of Heptember. A. D. 1881, b4lng
the first day of the September term of
said court, lor a license to keep
tavern at e» os. 207 and 2U9 E. .Second
street, In tbeHecond Ward of the City of
W Uuilngton, New Castle county, State of
Delaware, and to sell Intoxicating liquors
in quantities less ih
drunk on tne premises, and the following
respectable cl Use sand residents of said
Ward reoommend the said appiisation to
wit:
N
aud
P.
and Jail
Co..
Hud
red,
I ble
For
one quart.
Ue
;
;
J. G.Hlrsel.
Henry Klenle,
A. Hllger,
Cba*. E. Spark«,
Andrew Grot*,
Ed. E. Htaumire,
GuhIavuh Hausen,
J**hn Maler,
Chas. Weyl.
Wm, Hare,
Chus. Heluel,
Anthony Willis,
Jos. W. Higgins,
Henry C. Roller,
Ferd. Vogel,
Jos. LampesKle,
M att h. Spiegel halter,
1 ho-. H.McCo mlck,
Jos. Bradford,
•V. H mmoud,
Nicholas Jenny,
Nath'l Melchior,
John MetiMiuer,
Chav. Ttvehan,
Fred Muenger.
CAROLINE KLINGLKR
D
angl8-3t*
N OTICE,— I. Louis Winkler do here
by give notice that I shall apply to
the Honorable the Judges of tbe Court of
Gen ral Sessh
Delivery ol the State oi Delaware, In and
for New Castle County, on Monday, the
19th day of September, A. D., 1881, being
the first day of the September term of
said Coart,for a license to keep au Inn
tavern at No. 1419 French street, 6th warn
of the City of Wilmington, New Castle
County, Stale of Delaware, »nd to sell
Intoxicating liquors In quantities less
than one quart.,to be druux on the prem
ises, and tue loliowl g respectable citi
zens residents of said ward, recommend
I he said application to wit :
Fred'k W. Heiss, Wm Schneider,
Christian Waiberg. Heury ncbnelder,
M. Heldlenger. t has. E. Taylor,
Wm. Ktelnsiuber, Christoph Bauer,
Wll lam Kenney, Levi A. Bertolette,
Harry McConnell. John Breheny.
Cnesia McConnell, iobn Cuddy,
Jas. C. Crockett, I an lei Fritz,
James C iu4wlck, Thus. Donnelly,
Jas. J. Patterson, Wm. H. Lobb,
Hugh Lynch, Jas. J. Zebley,
Rtcnard Btoeokle, H. B. Courtney,
Frekerlck Wahl.
LOUIS WINKLER.
of the Peace and Jail
by
he
in
of
the
dis
dry
rast
tbe
an
in
that
Jobn Manz,
augl7*3t
OTICE.-I, j, Matthew
Gropp, do
hereby give notice that 1 shall ap
ply to the Honorable tbe Judges of the
Court of General Sessions ot the Peace
and Jail t ell very ot t >e State of Delaware
in and for New Castle oounty.on Monday
the 19th day of Heptember. A. D. »81, be
ing the first day of September term
said Court, for a license to keep an inn
tavern at the corner of Maryland aveDue,
Chestnut aud Menroe streets, In tbe
Third Ward of the City o» Wilmington,
I New Castle county State of Delaware.and
to sell intoxicating liquors in quantities
s than one quart, to be drunk on the
premises, ann the (bl owing respectable
citizens and residents of said Ward re
commend Ihe said application to wit :
Al. Walton. M. D. Peter J. Ford,
John Edwards,
G. Kraut Ur,
the Ch. Strobel,
John W. Lynch,
Henry Wltsll,
Harry Taylor,
Michael Fagan,
Wm. Me Knight,
John Riliey,
K. Abberger,
Fidel Gfroerer,
augi7-lt
N
i
P. B. Hu es ted,
it. Maler,
L. A. Kl igwait,
J. M. Crum list»,
J. P. Theo. Kuekel,
Frank Zimmerman,
John MoGovern,
John A. Mitchell,
James Grant.
John W. Graham,
George
J. MATTHE
i
of
per
an
life,
a
tbe
tbe
but
Bal
and
with
has
well
Yund.
W GROPP.
I > HESTON AYARS,
Jl PR \OTIUAL r
An ddealer in
WATCH MAKER
American and »wise
WATCHES,
CLOCKS, IE1.KLMT,
▲ULEH,
EYE-GLASSES,
_ SILVER WARE, AO
1*0 8*6 MARKET K TREBT
Wilmington, Del.
Particular attention paid to repairlna In
alius branche. ; also, changing epecUn e
glues. Has a good assortment or glass«*
onstantly on band.
The publie is cordiauv
QVUeuu* r
wiLMiiunro*:, ubl,
oraUa•"* A> :,,rT " anl of Wstm end Urn
angll-ly
THB WABTAKAKEK STOKES
ed
6
Trousers.
Not often does it happen
in trade that when demandas
strongest supply is readiest
and prices lowest.
Now, when everybody
wants trousers (hot weather
is hard on trousers), we have
them by the thousand at
$2.50 up, and such trousers
as ordinarily cost nearly or
qnite double ; marseilles, or
all-wool cassimere.
Keep nothing that you
don't value at more than its
cost.
Wanamaker & Brown,
Oak Ball, Market and Sixth,
PHILADELPHIA.
EDUCATIONAL.
MIS 5 FRASER'S SELECT SCHOOL
and Gentlemen.
For Yoong Ladli
No. 921 HABEST STREET,
WILL OPEN ON SEPTEMBER Ô.
INSTRUCTORS.
Miss Fraser assisted
English Branch«
by Miss Conly.
Drawing and Paintlrg—Ml «s Chaytor.
Freue i Language and Literature—Prof.
H. Loub gnao.
Germon aud Latin—Prof. G rum brich».
Music—Prof. Becher.
Private lés ons, afternoon and evening.
Classes Iu languages and drawing by
rangements.
Circulars may be had
ket street.
No. 1009 Mar
of
of
of
to
UiinillE SEMKARY.
A CLASSICAL AND MODERN
SCHOOL
FJR Y 0 UN 8 LADIES AND
QtNTLEMEN.
Primary and Kindergarten De
partments for younger pupils.
TENTH AND MARKET STS.
OPENS MONDAY SEPT, 5, 1881.
W. €4. NOWELL, A. M.
W. 2. MeNAIR, A. M.,
Principal a.
ang,19-lmdAw.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
Session begins on the First of Oolober,
aud continues nine months. Apply for
catalogues to the Secretary of the Faculty,
P. O.. Unlv. rally ol Virginia, Albemarle
Jas. F. Harrison,
Chairman of I he Faculty.
Co.. Virginia.
;y!8 d6w.
EN LE Y AN FEMALE COLLEGE.
Increase ol boarders 10U per cent
within three years. Two degrees confer
red, or seleet cou» «es. Bn tidings large
modern conveniences. Beautiful, access
I ble city. 45tb year begins Sept. 8th, 1881
For catalogues address
Rev. J. M. WILLIAMS, A. M.,
angS-lm. President, Wilmington, Del.
W
E LA TV ARE COLLEGE.
D
The next term will begin Beptemb«r7,
1881. There are three courses of study any
ofwhlcu may be selected, viz: The
Classical, the Agricultural, and Scleu
tifle and Literal y ; or Bjpeclal brauchen of
study may be taken If desired. Both
admitted to the class rooms, and
yooDg ladles can obtain board In the
town. The necessary expenses are ex
ceedingly modéra* e. For catalogues and
other Information, address
augl-Uep7
W. H. PURNELL, LL. D-,
Newark, Del.
THE STAMFORD
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Thtslnstl ullonl located at Stamford,
Cohn., ts the only Institution In the
East run In connection with the Colorado
Business College Denver, Colorado,there
by giving snperlor advantages to Its grad
uates In procuring paying situations.
This college Is the beat of IU kind for tbe
Mercantile Training
-OF—
YoungMenand Ladies
G. W.FOSTEK, P raide ii
W. S. CLARK, Secretary,
D. W. CAP Y, Treasui er.
The mostexteus've, thorough and
plete Institution ol the kind in the world.
Thousands of accountants and business
i, in the principal cities aud towns ol
United State*, owe their success to
oonroo of training.
m n
i he
The Right Kind
Young Men and Ladies.
EDUCATION VOR
Fine new brio* block, opposite Stamp
ford House. Elegantly titled and furn
ished apartments for tbe application ol
and carrying out of our novel anu sys
tematic methods of
Business Training
Yoong men who contemplate a busl
nesa life, and parents having sons to edu
cate, are particularly requested lo send
for our new ulroniar, which will give ful*
information as to terms oondlt.
trance,etc. Address,
e
of en
W. 8. CLARK, Sec'/.
Stamford. Conn
aprlH-cL'Jm
WÏÏËAJ
« muo uwy witt
W. T. BOULE A CO., IB
■alia Street, Chios*»
WrSif.-rrVNtukif
«•Tien.
» OTICE TO
._!
K
S
Plans and rpecifloations for a aehool
house to be erected at Tenth and Spruce
streets, in this city, oan toe found at the
SSssorr. R. Carswell. Architect. Sixth
Shipley streets. Bide muet be hand
ed to the Chairman oî the Committee on
before8ATURDAY, the ®th Instant,at
6 o'clock, n. m. Security must be given
for the fafthful pc.formanoe of the con
tract. A. B. ORIM8HAW,
Chairman Building Committee.
and
angl3-6t
OTICE is hereby given to the pnbllo
that fi fly books have been placed In
tha bands
aid in
N
fly oooss nave oeen pmveu iu
nds of persons to solicit money to
completing Shiloh Baptist Church.
B. T. Moors, pastor.
jRrrxRaoN Crayton,
j. W. Jackson,
Jkrkmiah Miller,
WX. M. WINSTON,
John Banks.
suelO eod2w*
—OTICE.—The managers of the Wll
mlngton and Kennett Turnpike Co.
have declared a dividend of fifty cents :
share, payable to the-tookholderym and
after the twentieth Instant, at National
Bank of Delaware. Augnst 18.1881.
J. POUL8ON CHANDLER,
ang!8-4t Treasurer.
N
per
pROPOSAUi
—FOR—
HEATING THE CITY HALL
City Hall, \
WILMINGTON »Del,. August 14th,1881. J
Sealed proposals will be received in the
box in the city Counsel Chamber until
7.90P. M. FRIDAY August 10th, 1881 for
tear mg out the old furnaces and erecting
hot air furnaces In the City
Hall Wilmington Delaware. Spécifica
tions of »he work can be seen and further
Information can be had upon appli
catlou to the Clerk or Bailiff of City
Council. A bond with security In the
of two hundred dollars must aocom
pauy each proposal for tbe good ffclth of
the bidder. And the person or persons
whom the contract may be awarded
ustgtvea bond with security In thesum
of four hundred dollars for the faithful
performance of the contract.
The committee reserve the right to re
ject any
All bids must be properly signed, seal
ed aud endorsed "Proposals lor Heating
the City Hall, aud directed to
R.H. Taylor,C hairman
Public Building's Committee.
Blank forms of bids oan be obtained of
anglS-61.
to
all bids.
tbe Clerk of Connell' .
OTICE
N
SCHOOL COMMITTEES.
Ovrica or Statb Trrasurxr.
Dovkk. Dkl., August 8,1881. (
hereby given to the school
Committees of the respective School Dis
tricts within this State, that I have ap
portioned among tbe several Counties of
(his state the clear Income for the pres
. year of tue fund for establishing free
schools,and have divided end distributed
tue share ihus apportioned to each Coun
ty among the several Districts as fol
lows : To each or the Districts In the
.y of Wilmington, New Castle County,
4 10, and to each of the other Districts
> <• w Castle County 985 57 ; to each ol
the Districts In Kent County 967,86 ; and
to each of the Districts In Bosses County
9&I.49. The dividends due the Districts
In New Castle County are payable at the
Farmers' Bank at New Castle ; to the
Districts in Kent County at the Farmers'
Bank at Dover, and to the Districts In
Sussex County at tne Farmers Bank at
Georgetown.
ROBERT J.REYNOLDS.
Stale Treasurer aud Trustee of School
Fund.
Notice Is
Cit
III
aug4 dtaw 1 mow.
NEW CASTLE UOUNTY, 8. 8.
The State of Delaware to
the Sheriff of New Castle
county,Greeting: Whereas,
Mary C. Chase, by her petl
Suyerlor Court,
Prothonotary or
Hon to tne Judges of
filed in the office of ihe
tbe said Court. In and for the oonnty of
New Castl®, for the oause of complaint
Hierein a'legetl, has made application to
said Judges that a decree may oe pro
nounced dissolving the marriage exist
ing between the pstllloner and her hus
band, Thatcher Chase.
We, therefore, oommand you. aa you
have been heretofore oommanaed, that
you summon Thatcher Chase so that he
be and appear before tbe Judges of
said Court at the next term thereof, to be
held at Wilmington on Mond%y, the
twenty-eighth day or November next, to
answer tbe allegations of the said peti
tion, anil also to snow cause, If any he
has, why a decree of the said Cxrnrt
should not be made dissolving the mar
riage existing between him and the said
petitioner.according to an act of Assem
bly, ln such case madeaod provlded.and
to do and receive what the said
also
Court shall then and there consider con
cerning him in this behalf, as to the
Court shall seem meet and consistent
with the provisions of the said act of As
sembly^ and have you then and luere
Witness the Honorable Joseph P. Co
egys Esq
ty-fifth di
dred and eighty-one.
this
ulreof Wilmington, the twen
ay at
I wmuiuKkuu, vua iwou
May. A. D. Eighteen hun
GKO.A. MAXWELL.
Prothonotary.
1-17-8 ii. oe
Issued. June 14,1881.
AX PAYERS, TAKE NOTICE !
CITY AMD SCHOOL, TAXES FOB 1281.
I
The undersigned Receivers of Taxes
for tue City of Wilmington, will be at
No. 10 East Sixth Street,
between Market and King Streets,
after the first day of July, 188L, between
tbe hours ot 8 and 19 in the morning, and
from 2 to 6 in the afternoon, for the pur
pose of receiving taxes.
on ail taxes paid during the month of
July there will be a deduction of five per
every dollar, and on all taxee
or after the lirai day of Augast.np
to and Including the Aral Tuesday of
September, tbe faee of the bill will be re
quired. and all taxes unpaid on the next
uay after the first Tnesday of September
shall be increased by tbe addition of five
the amount thereof.
EDMUND PROVOST,
Receiver Northern Dlstrlot,
Including ail North of Sixth Street.
DENNIS KANE.
Receiver Southern District,
Including all South of Sixth Street.
Jy 7-if.
and
cent.
paid
percentum
E
VERY
TIE« DAY AND FRIDAY.
Dr. James Todd, or Philadelphia.
Wii * for many years has been eminently
»uccesmul in the treatment of CHRONIC
DISEASES, has opened an office at
802 MARKET ST., WILMINGTON,
be consulted on Tuesday
and Friday of each week, between tbe
hoars ol 9 a. m. and 6r.x. Persons suf
fering from Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Loss
Appetite,Constipation,Nervous weak
nene,General Deblllty.CaUrrh.Neuralgla,
Deafness. Roaring Sounds in the Head,
Bronchitis.Asthma,Diseases of the Throat,
Lungs, Liver Spleen, Kidneys, Womb
and Urinary Organs, Gout, Rheumatism,
Bright's Disease, Selataoa, Lumbago,
Ubioulo Diarrhoea and Dysentery. Hem
orrhoids or Piles, Functional
the Heart, certain stages of Marasmus
and Lung Consumption, Scrofula, Pim
ples on the Face. Diseases of the Blood
and Skin, Scald Head, Ac., Ac., will find
It greatly to their advantage to oall. as
they will be told with certainty what
alls them, and when a care Is promised
you can rely upon It. Consultation free.
Jyl6-6m4|
Where
ol
ol
to
X
ol
S1.73
KINDLING WOOD,
OAK AND PINE MIXED.
Order« can be left at the following places
Mr. Obae. E. Balfner. Flour and feed store
No. S W. 10th street.
W. C. Townsend, Flour and Feed Store
oorner 6th and Tatnall 8ta,
lohn A. Huey, N. W. oor. 9th and Madl.
son. Grocery store.
James 0*Donneii, Grooerr Store, corner
Orange streets.
Messrs. Wlel A Ring wait. Harness Store,
N. K. oor. Second and Market Sts.
Orders sent by mall to kindling wood
factory, oorner ot Union and GUplu Ave
nue. will be promptly attended to.
James l. McKinney.
Wilmin gt on Bel
ful*
8th and
witt
IB
Vnb
PUBLIC BALES
ALK or COWS. Ob'___
._! The Subscriber will EL.JS'uHSfo
sell at Public Sale, at
Lion, Rast Marlborough
Chester county. Pa., CbOSRSSmL
MONDAY, AUGUST 29TH.I881,
At 1 o'clock, p. m„
FORTY hHXDOF FKK8H CO«'S AND
•hI'RI.'.OKRS, TWENTY HEAD
OF FEEDERS,LOT OF YOUNG BULLS.
sill tt bailey.
L. W. Stidham A Sop, Auctrs.
auglS-ls
S
mBUOTEEM* MALE.-TW EN'f Y-FOUR
L LOT«, esldueofthe real es ate of
John G Hicks, deoeaaed, situate between
Seventh and Ninth stree sex tende 1 and
near the western boundary of the City,
will b* sold at Auction 01 the premises,
THURSDAY, September 1, at 4 p. m.
Coach w 111 leave the Clayton House at
8.80 p.m. WM.U. 8PAUANCE,
JOSHUA MARIS,
augis
Trustees.
in (ho Orphans* Court of New
Castle County.
Il IJSTEEfP SALE
i
•REAL ESTATE.
order of the Orphans'
Court of the State of Delaware, in aud for
New Cast,e county, made at the Kebru
ary Term, A. D., 1H8I, ol said Court, will
be exposed to public Sale at the National
Hotel in Middletown, on WEDNESDAY,
tbe 31st day of August, A. D.. 1831, at j
o'ckck.P. M., the f »l owing '»escribed
real estate, being the pro. erty of Rachael
Wilson, deceased, to wit:—A certain
By virtue of
FARM, or Tract of Land,
situate in Blackbird Hundred, In the
County and State aforesaid, bounded on
h by laud of Gideon E. Roth well
tbe east by laud of Alex
Ihe noun; by laud of
the west by
and land ol Mrs, Mi
. and divided into two parts by tbe
road leading to the "Brick store,"
talnlng
Two Hundred Acres of Upland
Ninety Acres of Marsh,
be the same more
the
and others,
ander Cummins,
Noble T. German, aud
land of said J
oon
and
less.
And it Is ordered by the Court that the
purchasers thereof, be and
appear at the next orphans' Court for
New Caxtle County, that the Coart may
assign to tbe purchaser or purchasers the
premises sold to him, her or them.pursu
ant to this order, he, she or they with
sufficient surety or »uretles to be ap
proved b> the Conrt, entering into recog
nisance to he taken and acknowledged In
said Courr, to the Stale, In a penal sura
to be determined by the said Court, with
condition to pay to the parlies entitled
severally, or their executors, adminis
trators or assigns, respectively, their lust
and proportionable sbar s of the said
purchase rnon*y, with Interest from such
purchaser
s of' the said
y. witH Interest from such
time as the Court may determine In
such manner and time as may by the dl
and ap
such manner ana utne as may ny
rectlon ef the Court be pr< scribed
pointed In as id conditio-».
Attendance will be given and terras
mad« known al the time and piac
said by G KO RG E G R A Y,
GEORGE V.M AHSE f ,
Trustees.
Or by their Attorney.
Attest:— J. M. Housman, Clerk of Or
augio-eodts
afore
Phans' ConrL
Trustee's Sale!
THREE "FARMS
AN1>
Valuable wharf Property.
Th»underslgned, ns Trustee will sell
at Publ 1c Hale, at the Court House door
ln Elkton,
Tuesday, the 23rd of August, 1881,
at 10 O'clock a. m., all the VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE ol which John Reyhoîd
died, seized, situ»»tad ln ihn First Elec
ton district o Cecil County Mary and,
consisting of THREE FARMS and
WHARFS
NO. 1. 'bT. ALBANS."
CONTAIN«
2 8 5 .U ACRES.
more or less, and Is part of the Mansion
Farm formerly owned and occupied by
Capt. Matthew C. Pearce, and bounded
the west by Elk River, and south by
Pearce's crei k. The land
St. Athens
is nearly all cleared, and In good state of
cultivation ; well fenced and hedged,and
divided Into fields of convenient size.
Tnere are about 7,000 Peaeh Trees in full
bearing and good condition .
BUILDINGS : Large Brick
DWELLING HOU«F.,wlth frame
Addition : Barn, corn-crib, Gran
ary, Hay-house, Smoke-house, _
lee-house ; also, small tenant house. All
these buildings are In good ordei—most
of the outbuildings new within a few
years.
NO. 9. 'POPLAK HILL. 9
is also part of tbe original Pearce estate,
No. l,and contains
67
ACRES,
1 9 8
loo
nearly all cleared land, In good condi
tion, under good fencing.
PEACH TREES on this farm.
BUILDINGS; Good FRAME
ffi HOUSE, Barn, Corn-crib and
Granary ; all In excellent order.
This land alto fronts
About 4,600
at
of
of
I
Elk
Kiver.
No. 3 la what la known as
Jobn Reybold's Wharf,
ON ELK RIVER. This a very valuable
{ »roperiy, being the shipping point for a
arge section ol oouutry, and the wharf
age Is frequently as much as seven hun
dred dollars a year. The wharf Is very
large and lu good repair. There Is a
large DWELLING HOUSE aud
about two acres of land attached,
enterprising man offers a
fine opportunity for carrying on a grain,
coal and lumber business. The Ericsson
line of steamers to and from Baltimore
and Philadelphia,stop at. this wharf dally
and the New York steamers s op when
with freight to and from New
and to
hailed
York .
No. 4,knight's Island Farm
(OR SPRY'S HILLS,) CONTAINS
tbe
as
41 4 ACRES.
more or less ; about three hundred acres
or which are In cultivation, divided Into
fields of con veulent size.— 1 There Is a small
PEACH ORCHARD
land Is of fine quality.
The property Is located on Kassa fras
River, and In snch a manner aa to
quire scarcely any fencing.
BUILDINGS: Good Fra
D w ELL1NG HOUSE, larg
aud Stabling, Corn-crib, G
and ioe-houae.
this fa
. The
m c
e Barn
rauary
li
il
0*The admirable
farm», their fertili
ties for obtaining
sending away grain and fruit make them
very desirable, and a rare opportunity
for profitable investment Is offered to
persons desiring to own real estate.
Aplat of the paroels No. 1, No. 2, and
No. scan be seen, and full information
about all the property may be obtalued
at the office of Jones A Haines, Attor
neys, Elkton.
TERMS OF SALE,—One-fourth of the
purchase money cash on day of sale : one
other fourth in one year ; another fourth
in two years, and the residue In three
years from day of sale. The credit pay
ments will be with Interest from day of
sale, and must be secured to tne satis
faction of the Trustee.
BARNEY RE Y BOLD, Trustee,
Delaware City, Delaware.
/ones de Haines. Attorneys, Elkton Md
ang.-5.
location of these
ty and unusual factII
llme and manures and
-A-T THE
NEW EXCHANGE!
305 SHIPLEY STHEET,
FINEST LUNCHES IN THE LlTY .
Served every morqlng and evening free,
to gentlemen only.
jelô-tf
jgLKOTRIO
UNE OF STEAMERS
Win resume tti.lr trip, bu ween
WILMINGTON, DEL., ftnd N(l . w
YORK CITY "
Belling (Tom Kin* street
luluglou, Del..
SATURDAY, IDtU in«t.,
W.Mner'. Wuerf, Cheater, p. .
wharf
al i P. in..
WKDN KBDA Y, aw a,«.. „ , p
Thereafter .teamen win , '
from Wilmington aou "esnr®"!,"" 1
TUESDAYS, THURSDAY»
CRU AYS.
aud mat.
YORK,
MONDAYS, WKOSKSDAY3 4 YK1UAÏS
p Your patronage -oUe.^or n^ g , p .
William Wea,e K r! U "w' ld Wi'"«. WII.
CheeUii. Ablel Annul, auSSiiJ, *n"v
T in WUmlngtou Sie.ruHblp Co. "
NEW CROP
TURNIP 5 RUTA-BAGA
SEEDS,
Crop of Nhi,
LandretU's Growth,
—AT—
W. IV. Oliandler'g,
No. 811 HARRIOT STREET,
Hal f way beL 6th and 7th HU
NOW IS Tff£ TIE
TO BUY YOUB
STOVES
)
AND «K.T TOU K
Heaters Put in Order.
1 bave just reduced the price of all Cook
Parlor and Heating Stoves to aniun
aardllmes.
fte and see the prices before you buy,
David M'Closlic)
H. TIOttttlHM»*,
Third
lau 26.
hhlplev hu.
FASHION ABLE
JE3Z atter
414 Market Wti-oet,
Adjoining the MasetteOfflcs
IA 1 K&S IK. 241 TAN
Hoase Palmar,
Graiker & Guzssü-i
rk in his lice
du all
is prepared
Prempin«»« au«t lltspalch
Jrders respect!ally solicited.
Office. No. 219 Shiol« Street.
vlth
ANCHOR LINE.
UNITED STATES MAIL ETEAYi'S*
NEW YOHK WglÄ'.OVj.
CABINS, «M to «NO. STDr ltACL.WS.
TbMt steamer, do Dot 0,'rry cattle. Bl>~ P
Yoiüf tyiuStKfc'ÿnœ.T.
All b U tc room»
Sail
SI w
Mi
9
I
pMwengcrs booked st lowest-. ,
buBVDsasoa Baorasss. » Bowukb uium. * v *
Or to SAMUEL F. -BETTS.
nress. Wtlmlngtoa. Del.
WML IS. WATT.
IOOO Market »tree
PLUMBED»
»TKAM A «A* F ITT I R
a
a
Contractors furnished with •■JJSÄt«*
All work guaranteed. Order» sollen«
and prompt attention given.
UREENHgUSK HEATING
mvit-»
»•'tally.
SEA SALT!
(Made by evaporating ß«a water)
Just the article for persons
who cannot get to the sea
shore but need the invigora
te ry effects of. salt water
bathing.
PACKAGES, 10 CTS'
BOXES. 35 & 50 CTS
Also In larger boxes.
FOR SALE BY
of
Z. JAMES BELT,
Wholesale and Retail Druggwt.
SIXTH AND
MARKET STREETS.
Wilmington, PeJ
ag4
I. & J. N. HARMAN
110 UNO STMr,
Furniture,
Furniture
g
,t coroP leta
fta. L.rg«U,
Cftl>
f i)el»w» re
»reroo» 8 '
! gireet
To be found in the State
now be seen at our
i%o. 410 Mini
Good goods and low vr\

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