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the
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farora,
auvet
•arne
our
ami
Time
,
iug
and
the
year
ua,
fow
the
■ATtRDAT MURKINQ, bBCftMRMt ta, 1111 .
With thla number eloeei volume 4 of
the MimmiOwn Tua*«Cuipt. aa them «ill
ha bo paper taeued neat Saturday. The
employe.-» «hi* uBee have bad Uo raere
on tha
Stud of February, Kaater, 4ih of July or
Tbankagiriag l)ay, and they now propone
to lake a whole week, hoping that tha
render* of llie TaAnacuipr will And no
JaVtQBr?. «fid will COfltiaae to do so regu. With
«insarji -na win eomioa u g "
kmy each week throughout the year trous
At |b* end of a volume it i. cuatomary .mat
for pulltsbera to review the past and to
m.k. promit*, for th. futur*, but w.
shall transgress tbo rule sod let the pa- |y
pet apeak fo, itaclf. Wc .hall endeavor | ilr
to make it as readable and acceptable to its i
_ îi i
patrons as possible. jonr,
Our subscriptiotl list embraces persons ! w |,
aknri. .,r n h;«.;«>H tudiiiiml nn.l »
of every shade ol opinion, political and re- R8
Ilf tous, and wc do uot expect to suit ev- earth
. ,i . t 11 1 1
cryone ill all issue*, Tor that would bo al- upon
most an im|>ossihitity. Wo (latter ourself. c nty
, » . . , .
however, Hint Hic I iianschiHT ts gcueral- ist,
ly well rcoi-irvtl, judging frutu the facl
• , , ... ,
that we have lost but Few subscribers dur- (he
lag (ho paat. aad «boae mo.« I, by death.
and that new ones have rapidly come in, Ufl
specially during the preavot year.
Four year.ago. «heTaAU.Ca.rt Bra« aaw „ |
tha light with about three hundred and fifty 1 1 |,„
»apportera ; to*dny, it haa an average cir
eulatiou of eight hundred. Hut »till wo the
have room for more. The larger the cir- To
... * .t a a. h ta. mi
oulalton of a paper, the bolter able it will Ljf
ba to advance the interesta of the couimu
fault and will eiettie tbc paper for one is
pm. It «ill appear again on the Gtb of
our
ero
1 we
ally iu which it ia publialicii.
Four year« ago, Middle-town waa a very
uninviting place, with but few good build
ing» In it. Hut how great the change
aincc ! Wbvro then atood four little old !
one-story buildings, now stands the finest I at
and large»! public ball on the peninaula. ; t j,
nnlaide uf Wilmington. Where then atood w
nn old alanghtcr-honac anti n pond, now
atanda a beautiful banking-b*uao. I-ote j | w
that were «lien grown up with need» and
uneneloecd, are now ornamented with
tod
snd
handsome résidences. The Middletown
I tut cl, to accommodate constantly increas
ing buaitte««, has been greatly enlarged
•od improved, and is now superior to
most roantry hotels. An Kpiscop&l church
nnd chapel arc now being built; a fruit
drying establishment, employing about 60
hands, stores, houses and other build
tot* bare been erected, and Middletown j
now prêtent» a lively butinera appearanec,
while ber publie building», fine raaiden
m, *trecta and aide-walk», will compare
favorably with many town* with double
h*r population and with more pretention».
That much of tb* improvement of the
laat four years bat been doe to the catab
liabment of • newapaper here, non* will
dowbt ; for by it the town bat been known
abroad, and by it the bntineaa of the place
iiaa been increased.
to
is
his
He
Ho
Tb*a aboalJ not a very one feel an inter
nat in it, and endeavor to extend ita circu
lation. that ita naefntaea. may be greater?
All tbo city paper» can not anpply the
place of (be loci paper. It give» the
«own aad county much of tbeir importance
In the world, and give» in detaibtbe local
aawa which eannot be gained from any
Kvcry iaaue of tbo paper
source.
ia aa nraeb local bistory, and the riac,
growth and development of tbo town and t»
4 »natry around can only be mcaaured and
recorded by tbo local newapnper which ia
oonXanlly gathering its itama.
With these renarka wa will bid adieu
to onr reader» until tbe Uth of January,
wishing all a merry Ohriatmaa and a hip
py New Year.
I
Mi aie Giybb Awat .—Tbe firat number
of Dexter Huiitb'e Paper ba« come to our
tabla. It ia a larga, baadaoBM, illoatra
tod journal, edited and publiabed by tbe eo
tbor of "Elog tbe Ball Softly," •* Pot Me
Im 11 y Little Bad," nod hundred» of other
fMffflor aoaga. Ita ooatonta eompriae
■ «-Lotto ol Home," "Mllaaon'e Craay Lor
ar," fta. fta. Making thirty oolnmna of
rttÜMg oU pagta of oKm! Mmslc. The
, (raitaWa for framing) por
■' Imita of Ntlnaoa and tha Qramd Doka
».**
moaia «ill ba aaat
to Daxtar Smith, 10S
at. Beate«, Nan. nod raealre
•se«W
M
Giro as Taaaday, ant »
ma I» Om t« a Kura at Oa«
af tharOMt
.
m',
«nam m iwjxan
•Ob
•t. *< -i "'
Ttow aaw rata.
jT
«rjpnhlngwHh onrrajf. we eongmtnL.o
Ottf rfitfotli, 01 It nnd Bll, on Ino ld»fOt of fr
the \ew Vrae ihenlrinw i|., n .
tua new 1 ear thanking them for paat
farora, ami aolieiling a continaaooo of the J°
auvet ikenuwl. »li«.„tbne
•arne through coming limo. Altogether,
our proapeeta fur the fatnro aro brigltl— jael
j. , , ,,
ami oo (Ata fact we congratulait- ouraelf. eye
Time haa not dealt unkindly with na dur*
, . . . ; . .
iug (lie past ; our business nit increased ;
and w. hare reaaon to expect a yet larger j
iocrcaac with the courte of the New Year
Before w* again greet our Patrone with
the weekly laatle the TuarkbiPT, another | •'
year will bare dawned upon tta. l-ct
ua, therefore, take thia occaaion to aay a
fow word* in a general way—a aort of
rotroapMtlra and pronpectlre glance nt
the Old and the New Year.
With this oonsciousncss wc* tender our l*n- i
" 1,0 IB,i coosctouftlioss wc tenuer our I n ,
trous the compliments of the season—and . *•
.mat that the good undemanding now !
subsisting bctwcou us tuny enntiliuc through '
coming year.. There .hall certain- !
|y be nothing wanting, on our part, to
| ilr , Bft h.n and perpetuate «hi. feeling :
i And now, with the advent of another n
» . • i » 1 . »I 1 (
jonr, let us give due heed to the lessons
! w |, ich it tenches. I^ct Us remember, that. I f°
• ill
R8 sojourners and wanderers here upon
earth we have been permitted to enter •
' . * , * , . I
upon another of those spaces of tune, sev
c nty of which, wc arc told by the Psalm- 1 vj,
. 3 3 .
ist, constitulv the utinosl strolch of hutnati 1
lunst-ritv Many «hero are now livinc on
8 y . .any im-ru aru now nriop on l„
(he busy stage of Life who will not see
,872 With bamble hope and «ru.«, 1c.
Ufl he thankful for the Past and Prkskst.
„and ready lo me.-t the PiTOa* with
„ | u . art - r o.d, for any f.«."~»«rong in
1 1 |,„ belief that an AllWiae nnd Ilcncfiecnt
Jfoing haa not rrented ua in rain, dcapit.- ,i
the doctrine of the aophiat and the akeptic.
To our fellow-aojournera in the Vale of
•* ..
Ljf c | c t us impart whatever of gootl lies in
our power Willi nil mankind, let us ob
serve the (» olden llule—"To do unto oth- !
ero that which ««would they should do '
unto us." liy this means, we could, if '
1 we would, utskc the world's wilderness
! hloaaoto a« the roac.
l,ct each of us try it.
.. . '
> l ' or : it is
I at (he beginning of the Nc
; t j, 0 acoond pr.-copt «r that ltcligion in
w |,i c |, w# n || p rn f,
^jro it n practical nppiication.
j | w |. on ou , pciatilior aa our brother—a
to believe—therefore
•S3
Let us
sojourner like ourselves, journeying to
waril the grove nml Kternity. Let us re
flect upon the (light of years; tho oppor
tunities slighted ; the moments wasted ; •
tod the means of doing good neglected
n
With tbs New Year, let us form higher
snd nobler resolves; let us take n more l ,
,
f the relations oh
j
comprchettfivo view
taitiing between man and hi« Creator—
&ud by this mentis wc shall be hotter ulde
to appreciate the nwful importance nml
Time! Who
valuo of the fleeting hours
is (here that rightly estimates the value of |
. . » . ,
his existence—its teachings, and its few
abort year»? Well might (be pbiloaoiibic I
1 0 » 1 I
Young exclaim—
:
!
"Oh Time! than gold more precious—
More a load than Irai) to fool*
Anil fool « reputed wise. • • •
The tmtn is yet unhorn
Who duly weigh« the mine of nn hour !
"I've lost « day !*' the Prince who noldy cried.
Had been an Kniperor* w itliuut his crow u.
He sitoke us though deputed Ly tuankimt—
Ho »houid all s|N*ak — «0 reason speaks in all.''
!
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I
I
About a year a K o, nt the cl„»o of the j
>»" volume, we complimented „ur pnlron. j
»P»» •*®' U K P«'"»»P' P»)«" The unticc ,
*»* j"»' i ,)Ul fr >"» ,rou > caua* or other, j
(perbapa they thought we didn't need any
•««»<•») «**<» preaent year they have been j
rather alow in «-tiling. It ia now about j
lime to renew fur the next year, and we |
'
• TIm- Room
Th
rinjHr
t» 0 P° onf »«bacribera will come up now
"»>* fur «**•» a " »«** •• )•'"
ia T>' c inviulion '• " l<0 ««ended to tlioa
*' t
imlcbtatl to U> for ativortising ami job*- I
.
work - '
• »ai
Ilouaea of Congre»» are battling for the
rigbl. Mr. Hn v uni ill tliu Seuutc, olid
Mr Digg» in tbe llouie, hive each made :
» - i B »I ; _ i,
apoecuct tbtH week.
—-;-•- --..
A hot dtacuraiun occurred on Monday
in the South Carolina Houm of Heprcacn
tative« ufion the ronort of Howen'a Itive«
tnttvea upon tue report or llowen a
ligating Committee. Aftern vain attempt
by tbe Speaker to require a twothird-vote,
I ne report was adopted, and a resolution
directlv afterwards o(fared that •* H
directly afterward» ofltred that K
K- Scott, tiovernor of tbe otntc of Hoatli
Carolina, ba impeached for high crime»
and mladameanora." Tbia waa followed
by a aimilar move imnraebtog the State
Traaanrar, Parker. Tho reaolntiona laid
ovar under tbn rule«.
Tbe Freneb berk Cotta Rira, from Havre
bound from Dnenoa Ayrat, waa ran into
Monday night by an nnknown reaael
off Ike Iain of night. 8ba rank aonn af
ter aha wa* »truck, carry log down with
. Without heed
Uc-tawnre'a llrpreacntatirpa
our
eo
Me
of
was
aaat
bar aeventeen of tbe era«
big the erica of tbo drowning
unknown reaael harried off, and mode no
atteMpt to rradar aasiatonee or aava n
■ingla lift.
Thera ia mnoh alarm in Brooklyn in
eonaeqnenoe of tba continued and perakt
•it »Bran d of amall-pos. It nppanra to
prarafl with aa much riralaoea among Iba
»aal thy partie« of tba aitiaaaa aa imm
tla yaw. Fean are rx ara m a d that it «id
baeotaa aa «Ma apread ua it baa
PbUadalnkia.
Ckkamar tht
men. the
10S
»
National Beak Examiner.
Taaa it a y «tobt
r.hftbaUnSad
1 tsIfT 1 !
by tba
at hk
State«
to Maw York,
United State»
atmrga «freeaWiaf
tm me Oaara Na
UKU MB BTATK AKKAIHa.
Ttla Haw Ernennt. Ctti'acn.—
Thnugh h«t With ley ameroeit. theaah Iwtir-.. de*n and
Nerlrra ehaemmaplaye. I« t.lt »t age
!."n i
lT I. iT. . j ? "
_ I 'î r ' l ' lr "*" r ' """ "• devote a ,|
aman porllmt of oar tiavra tor» notice of the new
■WW 1 Ch "" h l " ,hl " Title alrnrtare.
which la rapidly approai Itlnir completion, will tic»
jT * n ,n ' _ place.aa well a< t ettmta-v
»ÄS £
fr ïr" , L
The church. I Ihr walla of whlth nee hollt i.f > n
aernentlneatoael la an feet loao be an feat ' mod l p
J° *° «hlrh I» thr rbancrl. H feet In j
™!i , ' , , , r ,„' *". r " r "* cootpleletl. la n |
model or aclinic »kill and nndnr»» ; nod the ef- j lrfl
jael of the tonte raacmhlr, oben rreryiltlng le Un- j
lahed, cannot hut proven grateful riein to the
eye #f the Iwhulder.
"V* 1 ÿ'Idcd Into twelve rot,.part- j
«flfT the '' Sir«n«1 Gothic stvlc. The e
««IN «re «Hile, and their Minj.lr |»|*inur** mil!«
ÄTtTJ'" .
many-colon ret! light ' r.-ndod»
•'
«» ill* I
Thr i-rUine (« of th* mhuir | for
mellow. I of
vista in
it rrt,, 'l old cathedral ? lie, to whirl» the 1 f
mentioned is vo. v simllnr. The huildin«
*• »^Ing fitted with every «ppllam* ne«-essar.v for |
nmi " t 1 " 1 Kvin • hr flmir and IWin? the
& Ä
first Sund.iv of th» ,». w >e«r. We must not for-j
: Cl. 1 "! Äk*" ", à^builtTnto'lT. ^
n '*sd»iy Nsi} will N* rung for tli* first tim* on J
( lirlstinn* morning. It np|>*ars to I »* a fine spr
cimen of Mi- , t«1 ; and w* hop* it may Ion- !
I f° n l ,J,U,eK ' Vr ° r «*»• N returning S»»l- m
hath titmiiitig. Th«- I rli'rv i* ! I.« 1-lfert. Tiir
.Imm cl, whi.li is lighted l»v three l.«..iutif.iîlv
• wind««*, add* tnurh to ih* t-em-rnl *f- ■
I rect—aml, viewed from the main entrance, is
decidedly hand-owc.
1 vj, 5*?» ,hnl ' T1 !" I - ,H " l sl,î
. Mocietj of the (horch arc having « r. » • ! a
1 nvni ami «..mm, di«. n* rimp*l. t«« u-«l lor
."■» Thi. nia,wl l< I*™.
l„ ,ilt on ihr wr», of U lt «'liur. I>. on a lin<
»jjj» the facade, or front eslrance. Aparromje
Hv'i tZ
*!^! m increasing i»i« >j «risi «»«« the part of the M
jliraJS^rira^KdraVid forliH-'w"^ ''' '
: n V'l Wm
ij, «ill : "„.i'»,. 1
,i 1 0 r ,, ", r ' u ;; h '<a H,» aun-.i ai*n -f *'•
ti needed / il<r,>n^li»>n tlu- rivHired ,u!rld
loi 1 ,'"', T,' 1 ' 1 , 'l.r ioai.'uu.r nnd
plitlosoplier, the l.m»i where exist* the gre«i«'t
numltcr «if »chool*
of I«
'
*
:
•I « h
ch-spire., and I
ill .
HtsViv-Uh the most
! In the matter of «-hurch-lmiidiiig it i*
' *' l,IHl "* ^ s,rvI:,,u *
' «olonie* to
.si»«,.»
you the laud
I
religio
.1 moral it \
I
nml I »claw are,
ihe tir «t of the
vllgioii* tnirra
il behind Other
hip. Le th:
th*
tnpl
»f
have 1 lie 1 i.
•ting pin
-
of
hnmJjcl v
this r,
iwling
. 1 the
don«
' ratlvdi
Indian
h
il.i
nils
the
»f a soini
•»ir. Dur
•I*.
v .ir* pop 11 l .11
brighter civili*
s, had
. -inti tin relish.
of the
:1k.I ll.t
,<t I.f
1
l1l
it
. 1 *
ipatiJc of , I
n».
•r
'•Kit
II
III
.1 rn.-V
1*1.» »1 :
r n k
• »jghfg u f .1
, , ,, ,
of the village bell* tell «»! the
ing wor*hip
l , !' r ,H " *!•(*'•
, tl»* number
dtisens to ••
il holy."
1
tli
I
«
Hut. lu' I
of tin. t
the 1 pit
« li.t
i ^ tin .
Il
pi
r.le
h.a.p
al the nij
ar
lie:
II.
.Is
• t the
Sal
.1
. ivili/iition.
g thf «lav * ; t!
1 :
prt.gic.»
liotetl n
•hit
ml cv.fi
•8
II
III* I ell
pal 1 hurt it w»ll
Li .
» :
t thtisc n-m proelaimi
r
•nienilier the StLI.alh day !.. keep
.
Deftpitt- the
• f lit
i tided
In
kn .wlr.l
eat!
I lief
d th
|,!e
■cur
|
terested generosity and
«Ii
hi. I
r faith iu htnii
1* !..
.ti
for the future of 1 !
exemplar*
I p,«. R|-ri,^-. D
I aaalalaul», lutiml
• ne of these Lrigh
e »hall m»
•eft

. Diiiti.il 1 ;
»Ufirc f.
hv
: welfare nf tht.
! g.irate n
l It
. i e*t»l
,. r
In•- -rhool at Armslrnn
of this worth 1 oLjeei. M
Ct»i
! I
DunuiuL
pursuit
and his fri
d*. on the 2:srd of April !
1 I*
! eeetled to the I 'o
! children, Thi* first effort
l gathered
«o I »lest
rm*. that
the ft.lh.w i
i.hl :X»t tll«Te W«
! child
• first held in a
tt« nduii»
;
«elf ..I
III. h
,
I
Mr. A
store,) Im* since i
•d so I
y iu nuiiitx-i
to rentier 11 l.trg
I nml Mr. Dunning
I clinpci. He conferred with
liurcli. and others mol the
j
j
,
j the ,h„,*i
„.'p.I.'TV.u '.'„.m
j chapel Im. „Imol.r
j ^ The i«.,,or of the Pn
| Lyterinn church, Dr. Patton,
' generously douât« d In the sehnola Mu
iiu organ ; and donations of Ljl |r*
•fils liai ' In*
:
.Ith
•I.
r building
of hi* 0X7
tlu- promi
1
end
:lt a a
i
of $175 toward tl
!*«.. a d
, !
, I
„I
lion of mflit 1 nt grouu«l tor
U ill. the 1 .)<
Dunning Le;
x-ed. Iti«
II Lftl.in
tb
• site of lh
* Ihn* pt iccd at
the work, mu
'
n it during ll.e winter Tin
«•Ml $718». all of W hi.h has
entirely finishul, it
111
d lusl.t.lv . h.tv
•cived from (lie Mnrvinnd
Stale Hilde E« • xv. as also books from parties in
*' t Philadelphia ami from W. A. Haken. E*«| . t iti
I raiMionary uf llaltiinor«' The sehuni has nUn a
small library. The srlu.Urs number 55 with sits
' -feraac attenilame of 4„.
Much iirni sc is due lo evervi»ne who litt nnrtL
inaunuraiinx » .-'.ii,üa«, »hm l,m|, ,'prc ...
much needed To .Lr. Dunning, in particular, i
: t ,ri "" l ! ,,,v .' r in ,lle '' ,irk lh - • „miiimiii>
of Armstrong s Corner nrr under great ol.liga
tlona. When we recollect the »«..all beginning*
from whlrli Im» i|,rune Ilii, I ,rgt- ami Ruari»h.
ing HpIiuuI, wp nn- mainilv-l. III n «Irikin« man
nrr, of Hip . oinpnrUon made hr the » 1 » innr l.e
IWM,n the expansive power of llie (ios|H-l au«l life
proliXr nature ofa grain uf imisi .nl H ill
w «„m it fo ».-rr ihrre mnnr nmrr >nrh «omra
of tha »»«1 •• Mr. Dunning and Iii. ro-worki-ra !
We must not forgtt to ineiition tltst the School
will btfln lU sesaioa at 2 clock to-morrow after
noon. Th# exercUra « ill ron.i.i |.rinrii«llr of
singing. Two tr««-s will l«e plat ed in flit* rn»nn,
upon Wliirh wilt Ih- hung a number of hook»,
aatltl»* "Tha Old, Old 8iary"-Hiaelo beglvea
Ï, Zt
Dr. Hutton,
A :!
1 (• .ca
Footival.—T he In.lirsnf the Westminster I'rcs
hyterian Church, nt Georgetown, Md. will hold
a festival, on Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday
next, opening each afternoon ut 3 o'clock, the
proceeds to he applied in furnishing the church.
All the delicacies of the season will Im abund
antly supplied. Admission 10 ceuti ; Supper
50 centt.
Court is in Session in Klkton. There are eighty
cases marked for trial not including criminal
business. Tbe Prmorrat «ays : " As an evidence
of the straightened pecuniary condition of our
people, it may be stated that 188 new salts were
were brought this term."
no
n
in
to
A Not«l Hioiit. —On Saturday morning laat a
dock, or, aa II waa rommonly «Uni, a drore, nf
tarktya, numbering 311, baloaging lo Jauiea T.
Bballcra a a, waa drlran through town.
Tm Latmt oh Small-Pox —A huir in this
(•wn, a few days ago, told her children that
they would not get many Christmas gifts this
ymr, because Krls-Kringle had tho small-pox.
hk
*ah%Sl
Rad Uoa II. E. Sabbath aclioola will
fi"
mm oa Wndoraday rrralag. Ihr 21th
Handay araolag Jaauary tat.
Balldlag aad Um Amaciatloa la to bt
formrd la Cbtairriowa.
A
Elkion baa a r«<p of Rmali-pni. Tha aalbr
lna«!p vlrfltn i-ôbtrnrtrd I» In l l hiliir|cl|.hl:i.
Hie
Cnaaaratal Cm Iran».—/ArfWbga.—Tbe wln
doira ol our atom retninda ua that thaCbriatmai
Holldara are ap|irnaelilng. and each little hoy'a
and girl'I fare la httnyanl with hopee lhat Hanta
Claua will dll their atocltlnga with "guodlea."
Snhttaa .—Horrowfolneee aad gloom
deplrted nn all form. Iterauae they to aooa will
,| DI the rerinlcin of 1311.
/-„r./,, »«.Wa —Mitt Martha Riddle haa Itéra
«oite indiapored, hoi line not abandoned llie da*
tic» of tear hing, and the llavard Rehool and A
cademr are flotirlaliing. anti haee on thelc t»gla
£ 'SÄÄimJ'Ä
8h« i« very nnii'iiloui um! if n «vhoul lioci not
n 0 rk »eil under her care.wc veoture tu eay It la
p ...q -a.-,.
K cltai.itnr.il. —Rev J. K. Kidney la holding a
errice of nit-etinga.und bl» preaching hat Iren nt
lrfl drd with toute aurtrae. The PteakyloHaua.
fencing a etrong w ind might rtimc aiid blow
,i„« n Hit
id n
e nnd
farm,
nf
Thi»
Ik
of
■olio
m«iil
llicrr
one
IimH
tiirg«
This
full
itown thrir s«nclnarv. * r*< ud « Imck huildin^ ! !*•
for ih**lr Sunday soliool. It certainly hits not ml- here
ils appearance ; hut llicir object wns to do I the
tot to please thr eye. 1
/Ay».—There wus » grand hop nt the Manor near
House last week. Wc have not heard the names | -*lon
I of the reigning helles,
Out nf Porkrt. —Or. J. V. Wall«» *, w ho I»
_ . ... . . „
1 f ur th«* Knights who displayed their »aiur nt St. i
Augustin* one gold wat! h. thus Nr. as lias Ihth | t
| ascrrt.unrd. ha* not mend one «cut. Cun '
«famall-itur baa m,,lc 1
its ai*|»raramr. I«ut through the wkiltful tuar.nire- cd.
TZf "[/.l .5" * now
mother w«s running to the doctors fur *'van-ine !
" , '" î , " U " .|
J hnf>rvinntnti .—dm twenty urw huihlings
have I ren erected in this town* among which arc
! ,|, m . ,n.n*. lie who Ims the spirit of Improve- n.
m tit. let hitn locate at ritMapeuk* City, for wc
Imv* no drones in our •• hive.'* r.
y «nm'M.tl—ihx rral of onr young men and fir*
■ womrn. nml widows and widower*, hare taken a
partner f«»r life : and a« the ie«r I* nearlv to it*
«!«»-** wc d. nt t not th.it many have been taken m«»»t
* w l , »*H»- , , .. ""
Crruiq- hWiory.— Our towmonnn. Jacr.h Metz *ix
Ks«i. intends to engage in the earring* Imslness. 1 ly
Im. Ihi-o «- tr.^ulr nwl.-.l in Ilii. Iu»n l'ion«
Tl,,- Hun will U Mnr k S. 0 I 1 . All » I«. want a »•
new carriage, let them **.*11 a* soon ns their far- of
LlIlZX
M «'igfmti<»n i« gtinnniiml
' Wdw T^3«ra' lr^w l ! .'.'Jw,iJu"ndïi.i"d hold!
'"r " l ," #r '' "\ M . r, 'i I •
1 ,1,,^«^' Ä»'',um and ra|*Mui
trl|-«.
riiiK--aide I.* .« i< - 'nl, av.i'll.-' ''
,,r. The Indie, at,«..Id i«-HHo
lure lor n reined v for v,»untr
uhl ' town,
i
I
.
.
all
* fnar
tow n we know
the next LegNlo
i thin
wife, and not seek the
i the
:
stay
.
t.tk
Nrtmrft d.
It iritu —
liter*.
rhriapeake :
«I httltery. Certainly lin
der the pnstoral care of J.
*ftcrt* that

in court fi
oui 11 It
tied
f
*| u > Ik
has impf
If tt
id. »IV indy ii
(tm
tow
a
I**, id Hv
'
-
for the great improvement i
1
low
j til:
//•„* Milt*
mill is to ! «•
ore. I that it not hcr r
t.W i rrr
»1.
.1 to ot
. Wc 1
tot
tr
Ii
We
1 grog »Imp*,
table temperance hotel, tor ^
w sold more or les* rowdy- : »,
eed it
(hi*
hi*k,
1 on.
.11
has sold
It- 1
/
Mr Alonio Hotihl
s to Henry Fowler. All
Mr. Fowler, an.l lie will '
-sor. Turkeys are ,
In*tend of tntiddv p
hi> Il
b
h
Nil
iii
call
did
I b*
plc-iilv. Hull
bis p
od prit e.
leec*
•nr;«

». «ill
have it slnshi.
Th
k
►.w auk I*»« .it.*. —According
■ I Transcript. I send von a few jotti
l Newark.
Ni
thr.
(hist
all* its
» : la.lit to
al ilp|fC.
,1»
c . 1 .
ran»
had
liulit t«» the heart« of the iiltle
pop* liU fu
hiuta
V little head out ot Mr .S. IL f
l<
<hi
\hiliti
* innummeralile
hi*
»•
. lit.s!s til inf:
admirer*, nul promi*
iti
*•"
tilled »toeklng* "t»n llie night before Chri*t
(»ur mcieli-int* have all filled up their »lu lic*.
lor suppli .ng the ne
, tin
«le due preparatio
»I
lurk*
K'erv lira in h ol
ng*.
of the holida
II riiri«tuias l»c mint- hem
/;.
d
pk„
1 * (J.
»I Li
I III
Newark. I
justice It:
■ y
•tire Mt K«
-.til-toe 01 .
m *itN duilv i
hi* office wit
ami the sliamroek 01
h the
•r the dix
hi« ;
Lrea»t.
AVfir 1 ».-/a —The I
dsome eettage of S Tl
•.ir!i Ii ii i - • t». 1 inside a* well v.
(*4.1 llie 41 v I
f. Finie %. E-u i
Il is ot tli
f a relu let
4 « t.ntriL
'
• tit
tin
ppe
»> g-l-il'
. John Miller, i
H«dating |'4.stn...i
xir elli« ieut t.nd a.
tv.
It
I
It
.trlv finished Iu*
Inn
for tin- neat Hi
•I tin* cornice and guides o
l!»e lire It » • 1 occurred, hut
•use liu«l sprung up "I'll
. has
, house ere.
I last spring
th.
i
it
ngs
:
nid
lix like.
I. The
acon.la.
1 ry tin
• I If
the
-ilk
W
i l'r« .* I
hurt Ii, the Newark A
in
, ! .It
, I I*
W
r.v length along, Lut whe
ii
il
igi
w
the eongiegaliu
r good dot lies,
htiic rebuilt their drv lu.u*e
•d t Ii
«lit
..Ud a spleiidi.l
Messrs. De.

k
r
entlv des
istake.-. !
.1 fi
tfully a
t the'«.Id
voided the
ti
*he i-o
/ "• //•
•tin
;
1 .—Th
prod
d
dal.t i
linrvt
.1 1 .
«ed tlu- « |.portuuiti, and
full.
Cimier .• CM. —^The
( 'lull i
le îkiv
>t.
l H
111
,h * i, ' t ' l """" 1
bf
Agricultural ,
sinter. The !
officers are |». J. Mitridiey, Pres., ïSeo. (». Kerr. I
in ' * rc ('f**- i;n '* " n * Heynolds, See. and Treas
The vvefi-kly exercise» consist uf aa essay iijmiii i
a gi'en sul.ieet, and n »ul.*cx| lient debate. Next
sits •*»*».' 1*L Jo« 1 « H«»>-inger, K*q. Hul.jeet—" What |
I kmw aimai farmla«.' i
A»j'Ai/»i/i«»«s.—The Delta Phi Literary Society
... r pu»;„.. I»»i, in ihe rollpfp Orati.r.v.
i 4,1 'l i '''l , » ,, »' l 'h»t | s bv the «Indents of llte j
j "VlVr T^rforn .'n " "nn d' r
'V. .. Ke .7 |»crrorniances were d -
' '«Irdly creditable to ihe young gentlemen and
* ,lrh "* V"" rP|'P # 'v>t with idpa.iirp tn all
Powerncil. The Inilip» of llie Npanrk t*rr»l>.i Ipr
l.e- '''"„Vv"»"!'«?. 1 !! fi'.*, »««J.«-"•«» r,,,i "«'«'«'« *» r
life ,WIU * ' ''"JJ* . 1 lo, h-ge Oratory, l nd.ii
ill J 1 " 1 , '. r "' c " ,urrM "« nnl .'
gnloff oftbe ftnure l.y Hi» paat. Hop«
! j "P? 1 !.,! " MI »!'
«»n Hte Island or Liliiput, with
(Dilllver. \ ou shall have a full description in
of «">* for -"' ur " CI '' uf 1,11 "»« ««'um«,
rlr -
s'.-« .irk
«train umier
for the
wit
ive you (Jullirrr
i Mr. C*. Janvier
,Sutton'$ //.ill. —Mr. J. it. .Sutton lias Just fin
ished a targe und substantial carriage factory
with wagon and smith shops attached. In the
second story of his factory he lias fitted up a com
modious public Hall, which wns duly o|»ened n
few nights sine« witlt n Hall, given by the Broth
er hoouof the t'nion, which, like nil similar en
the
our
tertsininenti in Newark, was not.Uu
managers arc entitled to the thanks of the par
ticipHnt* for a long-to-be-rememlwred evening.
Cronktrt .—Intermixed with pleasure. cop«c*
the raven-throated croaker, whose misfrub|« Vt
eomtdsitting, unhappy disposition, looking ever
on tile dark side, sees nothing of life'» piensurrs.
•never mor«.'' Produce
7
num. The
anil I» ever groaning
I» loir, work arnrre, laxra high, tba wolf at the
door, Ac., «/ infini' nn. Rut wlihingymi.Frlrnd
Tranarrlpl, tin- Merriaat Chrlalmaa and llapuirat
New Tear of yonr llfb, I will onae ar mort for
thla work.
I.a ana Ilona.—Mr. Chartra P. Cochran, Maid
ing nrar thia town, »laiightprrd this apn»f>a wi«li
tarn hoga, which will prohahlr rxtrrd In might
na rqnnl number ralatd bj any prraoa In Ihr
Stair. Tha wrlghla of thr hoga art aa follow» :
344, SSS, BOO, 388, 324, 378, 222, 4S0, 389, 344,
414, U50, 311, 48«, 300. 340, 42*1, 42«, aggrrgn
ting 8,738) pound», or aa avnragn of a llttlr
Otar 314 |wanda aacb. It will ba ataa Mat tha
•malleat » algbtd 300 poaada aad tba largaal
40» ponm-g,
Mr. Thomna W. Barke, kllltd a hog
eon weighing 412 poaada allra aad MS nrera a n,
loaing hata littloorrril poaada lo lha head rad.
a
nf
T.
this
that
this
this sett
bt
I« tba pig «(Mad but,
Iforamhar tlthTma day It
panada, aad ap to
I kUkA had galnad
anoar.
haa
the
laat
dale,
the
havr,
I
1 er
lag
real.
Our rorreapondenl at Delaware City erade tu
Hie fullovring :
Mr. Clement Reeree haa aold alaty arret of hia
the Delaware Hirer, lolhoUor
farm, fronting
ernmenl, for tfIB.ooo.
The (lorcrntnent haa planted tram on mch aide
nf Iba new road, lending In the prupoaed battery.
Thi» rond, when Bnlahrd, will afford our ell lien« a
bmulirul drive. Wa nntlrraland that work will
Ik- roininrurcd un thr battery early In Iheaprlng
nnililiiig lota bare ntlvanrrd In thraonlhrrn pari
of our city in roniwquenoc of the propom govern*
«a
m«iil iin|>rorcim'tit<i.
Our pliYiifUtm hove aulhoHsr«) us to snjr tlint
llicrr «r« no r«#os of •in«ll-|>oY in our city.
On Miiluriluy nml Huml.iy l««i ilirrc wns om
one fiundml mMli lying «I I be wbarvri, «hirli
IimH |int Into this port in rotisrqnmre of (he
tiirg« » lirttf of it*® is ihr upper part of thv rtrrr.
This Is oit I \ « 'orrslmdow of «hut it will !»• ncit
full nml winter; hr that limr th* railroad will
! !*• in o|i*rsllcin. ami wc will bave Inrt;* ships
here nt all times loading with coal direct from
I the IV
1
near this
| -*lon valued nt $1.1 Ofl.
for*,
/Vo/inr —Mr. James If. (lark, living near our
ill tern whirl? averaged 75 tcr'i
i bushels per acre. !
| t H. Tuesday last snow fell to th* depth of fonr j
' incite*. !
1 w«k? ''^TbcWforV.'vccJ focnoTÙ i
cd. It «rill sont three hundred v« « eomfortn- '"f
* now .^ïÆdT'hv'ïï . .! ».
! /W.—ln this town, on Monday last, WI.Mam
"" aV '
f.V</ ll'»»./A<r—,\t 2 o'chwk, I*. M. on Wed
nesdav last, the llivrniometer stood at 18°; at
n. 12. at 4 . II. at 5, 7.
/ r . — On \Vcdu«sday night Inst tlir lecture
r. .mi adjoining the Presbyterian Church, took
fir* from the fu run«* It was put out Mure much V
damage ua* «I.»ne. a
htUitrnrt fVy on»/ I.nwhnlurj It K —The
m«»»t gratifyi«..- progress i« heing ronde upon the »,.
"" ,k u, 1 °"* : xh * ,inr " r ,hi ? ro *f- 0a 1 ,T 1 l I , .»'
*ix or e> .lit miles let remain to lr graded, most* . I
1 ly in ?h nn«y| vanta, luit scattered in *nmll see- j
l'ion« all »l.ms tlir li»r ul III!-roml liui unt rul* ion
»• I i. v,-t |„ l.r runalrm ir<l. and Hir major |M>rt I an.l
of the work upon the bridges is completed. Should | ing
iTJaa.
rolling Mock l»y the time expected—April nett. ,
F '"' '» -Shorilr iH-for.- 3 uclmk | r
™„n\ "ni !.?>,«.»' lion- j
"th"-"'"'ii.liuit al l-'r.mi and Tut- 1
/Ivauia mine*.
On the Bill iost. Mr. Theodore Jones, living
n. \o>* a portahl* engin* !»y esplo
' town, had :»o nc
i huslicN p
On Tueadny lual »now fell to Ihr depth of fear
i
• « ilminpion. Del. and wltlrli »prend ;
. . „ on hiioinotne
. ., U . «h„ wa.l-a» 1 «* at thr „,
• with through tariff ht train No. ,. oh«rved ;
..undid un rtlnriu with lit* ly**»* ««,1
a«..k- th. iwoph- of tilt! Itelph- j ,,,.
heir *lu»ni»er*. and skortly alter- .
•k the alarm.
all street
rnpidl!
I M.
i the tli
•live
hihtle.
l»orho,»t| tm
ward* (lie (ire M
* «•! the l iiiitling, Intwei
The ., »nie
diameter, and hy the • ,r
the grounds the whole '.
llamra II waa u».-d a- J
f a l.igldv intlii
.il»!
• the tinmi
.hop. .
a planing mil!.
■hiuc h It « » p . patte
pettier shop Ac. mi l of co
- 1 f. r the thune*
rc*i nit d
lient ;
1. the j
An the (!
1
it g * l tin* |xop!c of the tivighliorhuod I
j til:
I
i rrr
f the adjoin i». g
d*vo
The ow
tr .1 their t
ir»|tcrii
^
: »,
1 * to ► tiiug them,
the fire
tli* bl.tiing building. The snow 1
d lumber pile* tended also, to
» bv lalling *nnrk*. ou
•rlring lhat tlif fir*
1 disastrous conH* :
I
,'..'î s ' ! his
title, !
r u 1
tlii
1 thing
.11 the root
1
'
, .
p ^ ' .;
ent I lie Rprcad of the fi
tor all tl
h
It i* rt «ill v
M
ot spread and be.
did
j'idg*.l
The i
if it« heat
I.
thv street. |
( Samuel It:
.11 the N. \V. corner of Front
liarred amt bnrnetl In,If wav
t. though tin
elle.
Th
'
»hull«
an I
k
all.
thr. ugh •» v
Ile i
hat tlirecti
till it
Tht fire in til.
ain Luililing raged on
'«I all it had to teed on and the
«till *
•1 1 »1
had eon*
Idering at 1
h I
tluMiyIt (lit lire
lilt k tll!« Ill«
l<
ill la- ill the
•igh- j
Ti
.Ml !.»*« I
the Ii Ç W
which ifi
nid I
!
tmrl
• small in
I,Ml. h..,l U,.
•I "i SI:
It w li.it it
!•
II (lie *i;rf
«ling properly
, tin
red
K
Thf .
».7
k »«>
iu ol the Iii
la
d
/
/;.
-y
;
' a in» (Î. Hhaufoh». - lion. Kdu
d ;
.Il
Ft
•resident (»rant to ;
* (J. I'ladt« rd
»I Li- j.;
In- d
ppoillted 1.1
lilt. I nil«.I State
I*i*li iet Court for
NS L
Lut hi* parent* ,
Del. when he w »• three 1
(.
!«• lion. tt i5 lut d Hall, re»ig
tv. Md Juli IT. 1811
;
(Veil
I to W i I in »
Tl
v.
sided there ever *inre j
was partially educated at Hristol !
•1er I5.'i. Dr. Ilcdcll. hut coniple
d at
h liohiiug a lead iug po»i- {
many year*, he Int*
[(*
f nge. h 11*1 Le It:
-, He
th-it h
foil
P
-
H-L.wr
fol
tv.
1838. Tl.
It
'
tht
ant pul.lie pltier,
nd tin* up
-oguition ol
i- tii!. I
iv imp«
tied
:
Hi
ryyi
! *'
er it.
hi*
of
I
WminHAWX —The (Sraud Army, a society
purpose holding a t. ir during tlu- |
•I had a house, valued at $2300,
r of at $1 perchance.
Ita* mid rtf-M-d a note lo
lh.it the law of the
W ilmingti-n,
holidavf.
w hielt they were t...li 4 |M.
An..
k
Nnl.
niiti-liti^ In
!
prohibits the dU|H.sal of properly, by L 1
1:1 1er a P mill of $5utJ lo $|0.U0« ; nml !
lie
-u Ilian three leurs, -lie j
t lhat «Hell practice has !
of Ihc churches and licnevo- j
ti
•lunriit for
'
; "«I»

•gl
1 IcnV:! ciMtra nl llicir fair».
II
, •tul.ilrr .—The Sabbath School connected with i
! St. Paul's M. E ('hurt h. Ode*»«, Del. will hold j
I their annual Juhilee. in the ehureli, ou Wednes
In evening next, eommcnelng nt 7:38 «'clock, i
i I'lie n.terlaininent w ill consist of mimic, decla
maliuii», Ac. Admission 25 rents—children 13
| cents. TI»o proceeds for the (K-neflt uf the school.
i K . ,.| lu „.i.
' , ,
Vh.- 1» »nil i-LdRopd to liUUd !••»»»
llte j j,,.» .Hrxoaiti*»«, but the l' -hut* by Dr Mc('al»e's
d' r "l»"'- I'»* if»" uled a license to n la»y Header
- fl , r |, il ,i 1 occmü. ms
all
Ipr
in
iii (D.V'.J ba u|k- nnl for
Juin» HieliArdsoii of Christiana Hundred raised
llie present season ax btpdicl* of slielled corn lo
or 755 busliels from nine acres. The
field had not been plowed for eighleen years. Hr
gave il a dressing of barnyard manure, but used
no other fertiliser.
Ihe acre
The Springer claim to Wilmiuglon is again on
I lie tofiit. It is stated that in 1770. or there
abouts, one Charles Springer leased some 800
acres of laud to the Lpis«ft|»al church, for
near the city of Wilmington, and
now claiming it.
fin
the
n
en
years, *1
the heirs i
The BrenkwaUr light says the i.nail-pox Is
gradually spreading thronen Sussex. There are
or three rases lr. Georgetown, aad a Mr
Gray near U«r W has It. It it also reported
that Authur .JcKito, of Georgetown, is alcit i
Seafortl with it.
tw
par
Vt
ever
The
seat
The Newport 31. K. Sabbath School will give
r .u exhibition on Thuatdny evening, tbe ynth
inst. There will tie recitations, singing, ad
dresses, Ac. and the eitiarns wImi *h».. .-late an
intellectual frost should bo proseat on tho occa
sion.
the
for
The Rpiwopnt Rahbath Rpliool, of tkla town,
will have ptoiting tierrlan an T«p*d«y aftir
noou nut. Tbrr will conalat of ringing C
mai rarola nnd dUlribnlion of gifla to tba <
ran, from thr Chriatmaa tn*.
Coxi anr —Prof. Roblafon, of Baltimore, aa
•i»trd l.jr a numlirr of aiagrre from tint til;,
will gin a roaovrl of rural aad inatrumtiul
mnrit al tha M. E. t'hureh la Chaatarioua oa
Tbaradajr rvtnlng, tltb Inal.
Tha wmther for a fow dav» paat baa hern tn
ttnarir cold for thia lallluitr. Da Thoradap
morning lha tbirninmrlar waa 2 dogma baton
aero, and atood at a at nooa, gradaallp foiling
toward» aanart.
Fwa.—One hundred and atffbijr«tra barrala of
Rook fob wan »blppad foam Haargalown on
Frldaj laat. Each barrai cra t a l nad Mont ita.
briat
cbild
wi«li
Ihr
:
344,
llttlr
tha
a n,
rad.
sett
iawa C. Natlbawa, Odama, baa tohaa rat tab
_of »dil aterai t «« npaa tbaaatatoof Alaaaa
der Averil, tola of Et. Rrofgta llaadrad.
to
for
was
Jo«
Raow.—On Taaaday laat thera waa a Rail of
anoar. to th* depth of three and a half lachen. It
haa alTordrd good alcigliing, and man; of oar
rltlteaa hare embraced the opportuaity thua af
forded. by enjoying the merry ritigb-ride. Aa
keary foil of anon la co re ring
the grooad. The ft eery mantle of Winter haa at
laat fallen upon the landerepe—aad MD, aad
dale, and ralley hare dnnnrd the anoter habiH
menta of llnrraa. Non' le the aeaaoa or HtllHag
wind»; of driving anoaa: of Indoor a
meata : of jlajtling alrlgh-lialla ; aad of Cbrlat
maanitd New rear mmoniltanlagenerally. With
the anoary rimtlrmalinn ut Winter'» reign we
havr, through the providence of a Iteaefleenl
I (ring, mûrit that nrta aa on alierlalloa of Win*
1 er a dirailtantngea. We have the long ereaiaga
—aarred to quiet enjnrment. to eoaade of alga
lag nintla without, and to the long nighla of
real. With the amiable ('otrper, let wa, Ihare
«a go to prata, a
Qfl*a
I'.
Other
Dae
Due
Hank
Other
Caali
Bills
I
3-|»er
for*, look upon tha winter season as on« of til*
pleasing vicissitudes of the year. Th« post of
Diner had not as much in the way of amdern
improvruionts to reconcile frits* to \%iatcr a schilly
ihruce. In his day. uo railr<m$a roanerled
Ollier with thr great Loudon. The little village
iMtot-ofh« o wns scrv*d by ";i stag«" aad "y*
liurae jmst-mnn — for t*4»W|»rr sing« of tb« lat
tcr'i arrival on a winter cw wiof :
••Hark ' ,| l« iwaaglt'f ».«r» «>r »omlrr br«f*
Jhsi ' *
lîTîïtî ! ti* H«L!Ï7>ii . twi*» worML"
'"f .»*•" 1 t W * f'v.'f T ,'
».
"2* l!" 9 "T« .«Ik.nlï
« Wl'w «icS ''aX?,,?
Ssntot * Af tonr — Mr John Brows, living
near Clas^ior, met with a serious accident on
V riday artenumn nf last w. ck lit was nui» ting
a l*roilicr-in-law, John Johnson, to haul In corn
fodder, and whil* driving hum* « team, from
»,. 01 « mischance, the load o.srturnetl, throwing
l I , .»' n ' 'duitl.v up«»n the u.n^h and froren ground
I pou exaiuiuation It was louud Ills left thigh
l.oii« wa* hroknt. lira Tuft and Fraser of Klk
ion an.l Hr Skianrr uf liiaagow. wan- rallrt ia
an.l <»rr.l for lh. uijnrrd m.u He la now do
ing well.
tl |j t | M . I(
r
R»U-« «our. ud^rurd „a.crda,, ..Frida,)
umll ,.n.r the holida,».
Nat.
State
Due
Due
■ Htrm tVlaf.r'* frr Irv*Mi hlfwrmlT kreti.
Not clitil* Ui.
.„4 .10,
that
tut
rt nf Klk tan ha* lires in fCMiou
w Imu Leen ili«po«cd of, il
il wn* "Woodrow v*.
. —an «viioo on rontr.w t. After heariag
nient c. vouiim'I for plaintiff entered a nollt
|. |nKO , . . . wi n |, P „ .„„J p t .
ThuraSar ont.
„, 0 .. .„a.memiu*at lyurlw-kl» the
lir „ illtf . Tl „. ri . ,,, r ^ , 1B j „ ro , nd |, 0Ir>
««,1 s«»n,« two litindrvd pigeoas. It will be na
,,,. r Jirrclion j Townaend.
1 '
Due
Due
Labor SicruRNTS or I'octvov — During three
tlivu thi
, '
•i-k. ihn
Mi.l.lleto
ha
ipped, |*r ri
ds uf poaltrv,
. The Ma
tdtippvd by J. T. Shall
been »bi
• ,r ''M*fr,
'. ,n<l , - v fr '* , K ,,, l
J ur baa I
«tld Hid* X «
8,772 p,
du
•iirl
1 .
r ■
lirttu.
A concert of *acr, »!
will be giwo at
u th* Cullins Bmch
FritnUhip M. K
'loi
It. o
ol. etilimby, director.
r,»«d. I»y tin
I I.
:
Sai.k or a Kau«. —M r
(!to. Ilari'crt has sold
ou «lit
watcli
his farm i
I'ciictitlcr llnmirctl. ronlaiaing 330
res to Mr. Andrew Kli,
m for $ 34 , 00 «.
Jo-a'jdi Hit hop wn* Rttmkrd t»n Mondar night,
•nr Nt-w ('untie, «lid robbed of n
»I a * • diet.—A «
.//,
/'•r the MohUtintru TrouArnyt.
short *|Nte* ia your
l^ti*
end, Ks,j. aud some per - [
t 'of N
|
Mu. K
lulge
pul»» r to
1111 trim
tit
lx
•ntmv
.i Sa
•I T«.
10 tl.w
riti r uiiknit
I
g the early |
ctul»*r. a caiietl I
,,,rr,in K «»f th* IVnitiRi.lar Fruit (i
:ir held in Seafortl. and wa* atfend*«!
• of the prt
wert A um- ! C
ei.itmn
incut me« i»f J of
ie*. On Lehn If of the
appeared J Alexander Fultou, Kw|. 1
\ During the courte of hi« remarks ^
*(ory of the meeting. Mr. Fulton'Higgc*t*i1 !
he formation of local ussoeiatiotu. Thi
win favorably entertained, and, uj _ (
.on. wa* dcv*lo|«*d niol enlarged to taking i
iiide(H-n»(*nt or
«m* for thi« t ours* «r* va
Among«! other«, the fact that whilst ih*
i:i the l'ruiu»uta «rv
I »over, ihc running ol th* tnii«* Jniv* h*rc
ru|«r representation of their
1
I this mid
•ighhoriug e..
A*
j
! the Secret
«T 1 »
«u»g- -
lima
K
d
; : ■ I ■
atory fttep* toward* a
; git n i
ti.iii. The re
; rioti*
i of fini
tnajt
, interest*, a* ii
1 to alten»] any
tof>
!
vould require n lo«« of taod
ieetlng u
j journed meeting held here
! tier.
ol no
{ tutio
Dover. At the ail
(he »3th of Decern
d I know
ay Lelit-r I«. corn*' l «II UkUi»ader*tsnd
ing than I«. t|Uo;c the firM Rtcfioa or the ('ousti
n then adonn .1
flu- A**«.« inlion «half l^e fulled the Soath
iution iu
giinir-itiou
a A iH-rfeeted.
'
iVuitiKi.lar
w er#.' A
-oiitiadistinction tu tin- Peninsular l-'ruit firow
m l organiied in any
11 to *aid Associa
a'.I wry thereto."
niieal, and, whilst a sepa
*re for eonveuirnre
\ tiling else, .mi '.hing to interfere
! *'
•iatioii,
*'f rivalry or oppusitit.
I tinn. but rut hi
1 hir interest
d i
|
giiuiz itio
rate
Still It*»I
ke than
ith
lual relation*
d concert of aeti
In' ri-irrcllnl 1 1 v nil
d
1
!
The idea is I
minent with
j Fodatious. working to.
! |'V productive ut io< rea.*
j to l
vices of 1 hicaiM-ry by w
that the I
liter iu liarmony, would
tl good, in dnuLlc-team
d Ihe many de
are deprived uf
As
and
hielt
the just dm * of
.il jmrdo
nn lour
i \ 1 »
j g
ti
i ret
, Mr. Kdltnr, ihi> trnn«
lumin, hilt at Hie Annria
. Ihr III.III. r Iu M-ln-l me for il. Hoc*
. I li.in- ti ll il due to Hip liuiiiirniile mo
livi. nf ii. nirinhor,, lo mnke tlip nliiirp phHn
■tu i un u- il I nf li-l. in prprpiil nnjr iniimni-epiiou
"f "„r idiiii» anil |mr|»i».-a in llip mind» of nut
triend» in the up|irr purl of Ihe Rute, such
new
der.
l'..!
»pn|n-r iinilrorpr.it'* will he likrljr iu cng.n
tiao. \V. 8 . Niciioiaos.
Sni/orit, I hi.
TUB !«BW APPORTIOWMBHT BILta.
The apportionment Idli, as it passed (he House,
nruvides Ihn! from an»! «fier March, 3 , 1873, V.ie I
House of He|tre»eiilalivr» shall be cooi'.oseil r''
283 uiwmber*. lo bcap|»ortioued among the 8
instead of 243, as al present. The foll- i .u. '
îi'r.TonnJn.T > 1 »-atP«d,h, propo J
I«.
ap
Fre*.-nt
Propostd
-sMitation. Apporlloameat.
» ft
Hlntes V.n
Maine,
Np'. lie .„,„ 1 , 1 «
' * ".1110111,
M»i*sttti»u.«elf*,
Khode Island.
Connectieul,
New York,
New «farsoy,
ISma»y 1/ania,
IkKtwure,
Maryland,
Virginia.
North I* »n l'ii«,
Nuuili I ur Mit ua,
OfforgM,
Alabauta, «
Mbtisaippi,
Louisiana,
Ohio,
Kentucky,
Tenors»#*,
Indiana,
Illinois,
Missouri,
Arkansas,
Michigan,
Florida,
Texas,
lawn,
W isconsia,
California
3
I
a
)U
11
8
9
Is
4
4
.41

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t
N
28
i
i
B
b
9
I
8
4
B
7
a
a
1
It
6
s
5
HI
20
of
on
n
to
H
12
14

IS
i
4
6
0
i
»
4
H
(t
9
t
8
H
4
Mipoaaota,
3
Oregon,
1
Wart" Virginia,
Nerada,
Nrbraaka,
It la protidrd
•kail bava barn tnndr, nay arw
admltlrd, anrfa Bim» (ball ba aatMai la a tow
raaratallra or BrprearataUrm gfilWn«
1
3
3
i
i
t
i
lhat If »Rar aacb
SSS
t
il tw
A formal inerting of thv ..ui»»iiincra
for Ihr arbitration erf the Alabama claim*
was belli in Geneva on Monday. After
ohoniaf a PreaWent the Commkaioa ad*
Jo« raed anlîl tbo l&lh nf Jane neif.
REPORT
Qfl*a (WUtM n/ fir Cititrn' Aiitiimitl Anti af
JVHffrfev », thhnarr. "I 'Ac . leaf qf Oaaimaaa an
tht ISM r/.,y uf /)rrrm>*r, lpt1.
RESOURCES:
laonnsnnfi Own omits.
I'. H. Ilonds to
sns.Mto#
...80,000 00
rirrulnliou....
Other Storks. Hunds, and Mortgages
Dae from M«i>oimI Hnwks.
Due from other Hanks and Hauken..
Hank in» lions*.
Other Heal Katnte...—.. .
Faraitare ami Fi stures .
Current Rx|>*nses.
Caali Items. ( im lmling Stamps )....
Bills of KdÜoim! Hanks.
Fractioaal Cnru nvy, im tmliug Nickels
I .egal Temhir Notes.
3-|»er cent. tVrtiticalrs.
4.000 0t>
•1,714 Sk
IB,Ml 41
U.IMS4
-..4M M
.1,215 71
...521 oe
.... 82 00 '
....321,83 *
12.721 no
*2M|l40.n
MAIIII.ITIKH:
Capital Rlmk [.K lu..
Rurplu» Fuad. «...
Mi,runnt.
I'rutit auil I.«**.
Nat. Uink Ctrrnlnlioo
State H„t,k Clrrufalioa
IlWÜTidl, tl ltf'|HI»it.-t.
Due lo National Hank'.
Due to other Itauk, attd Uaukera.
.S 80,000 00 -
lU, 405 92'
-.5,714 14
.35T 48»
-70,004 #0>
.821 fc*
04.414*4
-5,245 5!»
. ta* 4t»
itstanding..
i»nt<4tan,liug.
?249.142 Iff
Si,il, uf flif iir.
, Ciiiialjf ol Xtir ChtiU, aa :
I. John tt. Hall, t'a-hier of The Citiretia' jia-..
tiotml Hank, t-r ilidilletown, do aokmaly »wmr
that the nho.e »lut,meut laitue, lu the U ',1 of
tut kuouledyr aad t*rltef.
J. R ll.lf.f,, CiuMrr.
SuharrilHol nod .worn fol,.fore tue, tltlt Twaa
Ir-Srit tli; ut Liet tml«.r. 1871.
J It. tXAKSOX, N. ff
J. V. CRAWFORD
Corrert— Alle»! : JAMKJ4 H mx
HKNUV Ct.AVTUK
Director*
Dec. 2.1—1«.
REPORT
t*H* ClaHltll
Itlhk 4»
1C/A (/.
tha X.
Citt/e County Xutiomat
. i/f l/ir cloê* y/ buêtun»
•J iMrtmhtr, |H * I .
ht
/As
KKSnfRrKM.
I.t»at »4 «»nd Dis, imuts...
1 ' S Ihimlrt to
Other Stork I«. Hoiid*
Due fro
Due fr«,
|ïaiikin_* t(»>
$122,818 92
■ Circulation
•I Mortgage
7 ft, OS* 00
„ , . . — -.814 02
15« df^'hung A lleserve Agents.11,911 6 ,J
other N<t ion.tl Hank*. 494 9 ^
Fixture*—8,148 3 ?
■~m **
...800 (ns
•4,721 00
•»* 'lu, ling Nickels)...438 0 *
.35 OtA
10.094 0O»
I«, 000 Oft
• Kuril it ure
, '
fink firm-, i
-* in|»> »
ItilN of «ah. r N ot
Kradii
I Uâitiks...
ll Ci
M|«ecic..
I*egn| Ti .» t
Tlutt -per i'.iit.f«rtUi.
iter
¥242,795 am
LMBSLJTir.s.
t'«pita? St*« k . t «ki»( i » .
.Snrptas V
Disco
..$73,000 0 t>
.2«l. 25« IMS
. «.«43 8ft
.158 71
ding WJ.HUO 00 »
2 147 «0.
.71.871 58t
.479 U
..187 5tt
!...
I'rol.t and !..
Nutit.uul K «ok (
renia ti
do
lt»tl
Stale
IndivNluiO mp.
Due to National Hank«
Due to other lb«nk*.
dv
b.
it.
[
$212,295 8 ft
tihitr ot Prill H-Itrr
.V* it C'a rtf*
rr :
». J. L.
I
■ .l.-o
»4 Ihr New t'imt!»
^ (kink of Odes*.-!, «in xolpluuly
• to the tar*|
! C
It* al
J of mi kuowIv«h »
1
^ v
!
(
i
t!
* M»i
Mi LelfVl
J- !.. (lillSDN. < uniiier.
ut 1 '
Sul* tilted »n.| *
«•III to hi lore
e tliia 2 o«U
of De ni l r, 1 h;|
J. (5. HHDWN. N. P.
-»«MIN AITI.KTDN )
(HAS. HK ASTKN, ; Dircclora
WILL IASI FOLK
-
(.'umit-a.Atie*t :
,
Dec. 2 .T- 1 w
Register's Order.
RKCISTKR .S OFFH'K,
N'kw Cxi
r r
m TTV. l»er. 13, 1871.
of Jaun* C. Matthew»,
der Averil. Ute of Hi.
s ii.l fonntr, deceased : It
! dim tc«| Lr the Hesistcr. th«t tlm
^rrnu\,\ give notice of the granu
f A.! .iiuislration upuu the Estate
iilt the date of granting there*
ug advertisements to Le posted with*
» I•"»n the «late of am Ii letters, is
■•t pul-lie places in the County of
requiring nil fiersons having de*
ist the Estate, to prevent the same.
At I ol Assembly in snrli rase made
•\n«l also cause the same to l»o
the a.
|-»„ ,Ik' n|-|ilio„i
A'lnuniRfrator of Ale.'
(Jeurgcs Hiiudre-l. i
Adi
uiistr.
ing of Lett
of the de
of. Ly « .,
iu forty t
six of i lit
New ('a.ill
«I* aga
or nLith
»
I
insert.'»! txiihi
l«-ri,„l i
Hip MM!*.
nr.i»|m|a-r iiiililichcil ia Miitdlu
oiiilniicil ilicrpln two niuniha.
f ~ " ) /V vr '» «"'h-c hand and Heaf of Oflic«
*• K , J» r "' c H' gL'i r aforesaid, nt .Mew Cast!».
*7 w * n , w Fasti»« fountv xforesaid,the dor
mill i pur 11 I.UVC «ri .. II. tilHIIR, Rp|Utcr.
it 11 Tr-mart;/ t
low it. and to be 1
NHTIIK
.1 v —All iH-raon» having claim» agalnat
the tun IP of Hip deri impil mu»i preaeal Ihp ramp
dulr atlpsti-il to iti.- Administrator on or brfora
December lSlii, 1H72. nr abide
blv in su. It e.
Act of Assam*
•tunic nml provided.
JAN C MATTIIKWR, Admloitlralor,
Dee. 23, 1871 — 2 m Aiitlrc»-—< Del,
PUBLIC SALE
PEnZOXAf
I
'
*>r
PROPERTYlt
W IM. he m.W »I I-ulillc Sal«, at Ihc hotel to
tblesAn. on
WHDNK9DA JANUARY Sd, ltll,
The following pro|ierly :—2 Rood work oa
„riving Hoi««. 3 good work or drifiag Marta,
one of them with foal ;
oxt; pair of good mules,
I Gerinnainwn Cnrrlaga, »haft» and pola, 1 art
Single llnrnp»., | liur«- Blanket, lotafTImothy
liny hy ihc ton.
TERMS Of HALF..—Hums of 229 and under,
cash, over (lint umount eight month's credit.
Interest udded, with approved security.
ß&i * ale to commence at in o'rlorfc.
8 . M. Esfta, A nc.
Dec 23— I w
WILLIAM POLK.
'•"» w - «no«»«. raina c. anoaia.
L. W. STIDHAM é 801 ,
auctioneers,
«o. ui K«4T pdvrth min,
wilmikoton, del.
Rain of Rral and renouai Promptly attaadid la
in anj part of tha Etat*.
RpriiIhp »alp. nt Ihpir Aui llon RoooMararj Wa*.
ne«.«/ aad Rmurdap Morataf.
All good» inntignad lo than» will b, aramatlv
allrndi'd to. Tamm will ba nintaraiir
Uberal adv n.-ra nw*a oa coaaUamanta
>i_.. .
Fo r Re nt.
u
t
tw
J. J.

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