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üSTABLIHHED 1831.
NEW SERIES. YOL. 1. NO. 46
WILMINGTON, DEL., THURSDAY, MAY 12 , 1881 .
OL'K I.KTTER FROM BOSTON
I
riltIT or SFKVl I..1TIOS AS
MAMFKSTKlt.
I til
I unn si. »
Hon« «««I
lliuil« N
MiHlt'll*" No«"« G
ire
■K N|»««iilnlinn*i Among
MUHlc.
talc .lollmat.
poi, April 36. - A verdict ol' guilty
.,» c |i of the four counts i
S. Ii.
I ■
too,
the indiet
against Mrs.
the defunct
given by the jury,
lily re
Ib.We,
aident
P" ■
D..|.e:it," IlIW I
•ial.
\
after a
•erved till the exceptions shall have been
I. As
id except i
•Ii
eight, if is proba
mit ure
viII si
i. U* that Mad;
It really se
„I piiiii.'hiiicilt.
that iliis gray-liaired old w
,;n years should have craved money ;
agerly ;
is a pity
lui
ami
d
brings r
.'Heated a lot of woim
to hav
ot their small
dun
probably, i
You
Rank !"
have heard of the
W
Doubtless—for it is too
•util— Huit Bosh
good a
sad a
particularly should have
such a
U , u "taken in and done for" i

(•heap fashii
like to laugh at Boston when you get a
, I,alien—which isn't so particularly often,
either !
Adi, this allair was opened three or
4 years ago, in a very private way,
not being publicly solicited, hut
and tlie rumor grew
place where poor single
•ii and w idows could deposit thoir
. per month interest,
thoir month's interest in
deposit.
ght he regularly draw
utlis
of
•1-T
give!
it
is
ting
a
far
deal
yet,
1nterest
u.i Villic
advance
1 principal could
without
He witlidr;
fools among the
ice. There;
,-!-,• there would never have bee
south
fools among thu
would never have Ilium
Tln»r
N-a Bilbide.
•II else th
Tho charge of false
a U
l*rett)tiM*s iu the indictment was supposed
l by proof that Mad;
that the
. bo rtllst;
;iti'l her subordinates held
•as supported by :
tund loft by Quakers to he distributed
l this means was
immens
■iiy women
tlie intentions
1 the
take
,loimi':. 8o the poor victims are supposed
"roped in" by this eliurita
) that
the puper—
sustained this allegation, hut
•ii put in their money
i"i the interest and trusted to lin k iu the
hR dodge ; though i
î a! lier that the w
fashion, to even get their money
A great many did get it hack and
made money out of the institution before
up. By the way, the first ixini.n
wliidi was made of the c
I'*"-ten daily, which sent a mi
woman's clothes,
: i.
lack.
V
also
di
,-as by a
reporter
make a
•hieb, I believe, they
a .iildn't take. They
ami
ti
re shrewd, hut
• to grief alter all. But when I
sii-l that Bo-,
of the depositors wore fr
the lists of u;
«Hier c
were pubii-ilied, 1 never found
tint
■ "I
cal
• heard. They w,
••illy p«i'»r, hard-working, ignor;
, who didn't
uii'l didn't take the trouble to liud
tlmr
for
• • like w
M
For lier
ver« Mrs. H„
u's "hank,''
saving she had seen
till
all.
just
drawers full
f bank
".bu s of the eouiltry
• y didn't gather i
liii nk
oil a rid.
• .'lightly cared for ! Th
there
able after dark
•il th;
askets
•where, it is said that there
■ii at the bottom of
■l.-p
i -ally
rascally
•, I.
Mrs. Ilowe pro
.ike
dis
•. After all,
if this b
•tie, it
will he
• old
get
ave the Spoils.
a
f tlu
;
• speculating fev<
•y tlie ren
proved
•»I:tilli»hluellt of I
the very heart of
• H
•ailk. It is situated
Di- heist fashionable slopping part of the
•'iiy, over a popular roiifoctioncr's and
i!-and is elegantly fitted tip with all
luxurious appi
• •ut<. It is said that
tli-iv an* Bin or
• - already ;
• by them
i that a brisk business is
l selling
the buying :
"I -locks. A telepl
»cts tin* place
i'li Hie in:
ice I m t her dow
Mu
aid the bead
the hou.-,* spends certain
l that
«ni h day I.
•. ll is clai
• ladies are principally from tit
s of the city and that
•st
arc-to,-ratio porti
they deal lu [
ally taking rather more
heavy figures though ge
go
In. but
•ting
l putting down tliei
losses
flail
-takes upon a
it is a fact that stock gambling lias
It broke
phieally ;
•w deal.
om* people of late.
JB own u pi
like ;
ng tlie students
- < oil egos and professional schools ol
itv this winter. I know
art, shrewd young fellows,
who should stand in the lirst ranks in
wound up
of
of
to the la
pitch of
•nt
varying iu spirits with every
ihn tu.it inn i
and disdain.
•at. hing the
stocks, and cutting lee
g recitations, intent only
Dollar as
h
Almighty
-, with
gradiuitioi
the face,
«•• the ,
and value
• •t halt n
aminations staring tin
"ibility
a degri
lously indifféré
getting "plucked"
i ban ;
■ le:
of I lie!
retired
*the
Mead
field
broke"
and
in (lisgr
:ird bill^ and Iiad .l.-bts b.-hin.l
deal stu.lei
U ith the epidemic,
I.
ban
•■■—I "!'•
disdaining the ground. It
with faces
i 11
li.
|s the season •
'If New England c
•s' Recitals' at
; tin
graduating class gives his
•st enthusiastic
bel:
her recital,
•u. I delight»-.! ;
friends, fellow
As they
' building in
•e spent,
or three ol
•lents and
tie* ball
tlie sa
ut my daily h
in in to tw
ones tin*
reek
1
Ella
!.. La
Alb
M.
'• really eXqlli.-iti* little elite
kind a
d the exec
being admirable
perfect in finish.
»(It for the stn
"hi. ll tlie:
vident ly have
ist tliink
■g ladies
"til'iil art.
of the yi
a
k
Wlliei
1st
!■
t*i th« product i
ll
"■ly .'ii'i"
f all tin* finer points i
works which th»*y i
iplete
the ex
qni-itc
ire sub
;t.»rv of tlie e
Roiiin.
Boston, May 3.—Thu May-flower
Woman stands once more at her old post
a down-town corner, and new 1 m
• leek the heads of fair shoppers, .......
•' iii' li it may he inferred that spring has
really come, without any prevarication
Hamming.
Another indication that the season of
ethereal mildness is with us, is tlie condi
tion of B()j
Fublic Garden is quite a place, although
you mayn't know it. Of Boston Common
may have heard. People generally
Boston Common, if they have
a Bostonian
•ts
FuMic Garden. Now Boston
do hear
.»n a Boston
newspaper, for we boast long and loudly
Common, that "green oasis in the
heart of the city," as the writers of guide
Bonks to the city phrase it. But uf tlie
I'uhlic Garden we say little, hut think a
groat »leal, and when we got sentimental
w»- g«« and walk there, meandering round
and round the curving paths, remark
ing upon tiio beauty of tlie budding
tulips—1 never pun—trying to tell beach
'rom hircli trees, wondering how it is
that the several little arbors and summer
■■i
hoilHl!
I lut attitude:
Mirions pairs'
inhabited
ami .sell'-lorgi-t tulnc*:
■ individuals, and probably j
Ilf
till''ll.
Tli.-i
is a laku i
- -quit«* a
that gard
•ousidomble lake, I assure y
ire many email boats ; in which tin*
tigliltorlmoil that !
. Da in tv I
wliieli i
ail
bounds the gard
little girls handle the oj
deal ol
lear
1
• nic-l.v, ,
ally gain
prolit by tins opportunity,
too, sail boats
both boats ;
pleasure
.Small boys,
this lake,
upsize
; and then by
way of variety only, for the lake i
I SelVc:
\ ery shallow about its margin that i
impossible to get up i
tumbling in. Then the small youth of
both sexes ride small velocipedes ';
by
zing speed along the borders of this lake,
billowing tlie curves with
precision, but bringing a looker
verge of nervousness by
eutly straight for the depths,
making up their minds at the last instant
Iry laud.
comfortable to watch the little
Over tin* lake, there is a bridge
bridge, with granite piers and i
posing design. They are quite w
lui granite piers, I promise you
"'tli study, as regards their ornamental
ami others peculiarities ; I have studied
them ; i
well, and the bridge, too ; from both
'mints of view—above and below. That
î of the features
to the
•ering appar
l only
lt really isn't
remain
isehiols.
ay I know the
idge with its piers, is
of Boston.
' >nce tin
there was
lake—tlie entire
nioisty sort of :i
about half
bridge there, tliongh
•tiling in tlie nature of a
.'ighltorhood being a
• it pied until
•ntury ago by rope walks,
which, being burned, the city voted to
make a garden of it, hut i
titan 3» years' light before tlie spot was
safely secured to tho public
from those who were determined
it into streets and building lots.
Every few years, even
is gotten up for taking
whole of tlie gardt
ting streets through and putting lip
houses. There are those who look with
gnawing envy and covetousness at these
breathing-spots in the hear
l long to steal these fr
The garde
common, with only a street
them, so that the two in connection alford
a really tine walk, although,
far inferior to the pretentious parks of
most large cities. Boston groans
deal to think she hasn't a grand park
yet, and is always promising herself
. But if she hasn't a park she has the
ost beautiful suburbs of any city that I
/er visited
swamp,
took more
a part or tho
eommoii and cut
• city
tin* people,
mtiuuatioii of the
either side of the AM;
V
five miles out
any possible
from Boston - except out to sea
ads, with
beautiful, stately mansions, line grounds
l old shade trees, and there are
also long, cool, ret ired roads, shuttered
by the shady groves through
more lovely drives
di recti
—there are broad, well kept
ami gn
ti
the
liich they
■«» nowhere to he fourni,
alks, which
:iy kv oasily
reached l.y
upon horse e
1 went
the Mus
the other ev
a play which is as famous as the
itself, hut whose fame is idcuti
f the Muse
Mum
cal with that
cast, i
never licard
"The Silver 8|
where else except at the
light not
for it couldn't by any possibility lie llio
speak of it as
M US«'*«
I
• play.
I was going
"Tli
Member ii
till i chanced to gh
■ at tin* programme
•membored that wasn't the title at
all. in reality the play wa- intended as
just a pretty little old school comedy,
wliorei
u young people fall
marry : liiere i» the usual
which the v
ill by
an's father leaves him
nothing of his great fortune, Imt only a
silver spoon, until three months after
wards a codicil turns up making him
wealthy. But meanwhile In* nohl.v pooh
poohs at the dross, turns up his nose at a
wily old I,
tional stage
nt
the
ho
type
get every I sidy i
a false heir ;
la false will, »V.
Ii is the
thinnest kind of a :
y, hut dropped in
accidi ntally, as a set-oil' for the youthful
couple, is a comical old couple, <•
• H an old
aid win» is ;
the young
s up
lady.
da
eld
representative
and general
the g
—otherwise thu Legislature. In this
Mr. ./,■jirrs
Mr!
Batl.ii
Willi;
old C
li:
le himself f;
. As long ago as I ca
this play hilled at tlie
and it is played regularly
big houses every year. Whenever
there is a hitch oi' any kind in the
theatrical housekeeping, all the manage,
nt has to do is to put this play on the
Mu
word that Warren utters in the part and
every hit of the business, we all know by
heart, and just whe
go to s
delight, and laugh as heartily at the
"speech" which
pared and is always
chuckle at his enmity
Boston clinks"—"cliques
i expect it, but We
a lia ted
•ar with
Mr. Batkins has pro
■aids "those
•li
• charmed with the
agile manner i
of nearly or quite 76 years, skips through
tho dance in high
Mrs. Vincent, tin* "first old woman" of
tin* Museum cast, is quite as popular in
Warren himself. She is really
rtainly in tin* neighborhood
of sixty—and is the fattest, shortest
dumpling of a little, old w
the Imards, hut she is
that it is impossible
out 'iiiiling. Takt
which this voter
actor
h
•rv old —
an that
irai
look at her vvilli
together they
irresistabte a pair of ;•(
als
lily
1 tl
them is the
f things they
• lias i
regret
thoughtthat in
really must .lie
tie* in
retire
the world shall
laaly who could
»ars longer, and w li.it i
There h
• do ti,. n !
ever take their places.
st pleasing and artistic
I lu») of tlie
niusieal eiitertainuieuts which I have
•as that give
a lung time
li.
to I»
•s ll. H
two ago by Mr. .1:
if Boston's
•lay
lst promising y
pianists, who is a »indent ;
University College of Music. The r>
Hall; the audielliu
leading
III.) Be:
it a I
as at Wesley
ideal
»ouïe of
composed
people, and the prog
••.'I.-* «!'.
• to do the youug unis in;
credit.
the greatest
If
A IliiruiiKo tl mil.
girls! Girls who «.
thoiiiselws Up ill good shape
dance. The hoys arc getting ti
receiving invitations
We w
VS
l go to :
I of
•ith a request that
tliev "bring ladies." They are like
•anges
girls
•ee. W« w;
I to Bible class
lavs, and that kind who can draw
1 Wild
■Im Will Ü
a congregation of the other »•
't.*r III« less
will take a htlggy rid»*
This will help tin* liv»*ry business,
and will also hasten tlie sale of
lots, for buggies
•o the vehicles in w hich
first thought of by many peo
pie.
tho
wait
Wc want girls that c;
table, who can smile us into
when stomach hitters
who will
their meals.
We want girls'f.
when we get an arm shot off,
a mule or thrown fn
nppe
•o impotent, and
ako the boarders rogul;
at
that
sweethearts,
kicked by
a bucking horse
laid away for repairs, w
and
the glitter of
, spoken and dropped in
a gentle voice and
a crystal
unconscious sympathy for
We want fat «and funny girls
smile all over, and lean and fragil
îs to hang iq
blondes who show themselv
days, aud stately brunettes,
in the twilight.
Wo have mineral enough, and plenty
of coal, and oxide of iron. The only lack
of our resources is those potent civilisera
of their pioneer brothers—the girls.
ake
s, and petite
sunny
beautiful
George Bur
and the inheritance of a farm at
Four lives stood betw
ningl
Cypress, Ark.,jand lie determined upon
removing them. He had only committed
of the contemplated murd«*rs, how
exposed.
ever, when his guilt
HO» IS HI. i.v.i
A It It I Kit.
j 4 '*H»<«i -1
• / Il IM) l'4-4ls
Ilf
I ii t <■ j-i'Mi » ii^, llin(ur,t
TIioumuihIm
■h IliMlribulod
* •Ylulr-l'ri'UMiritr \rw
a Printed
lill'Oll^li 111!
ami -Si* na» lor
!
tv I
i
8. I*. Ct
'I . Chairman
' the Kcpuhli
eounty, Jmtiaua,
the
, applied
(»lice Department,
of recommend;
Will
lie had telle
• Harrison,
Cuiubuck, Jubli Uvelluyor, .1. M.
Butler, AI. C. limiter, .ludg
Deiiural Packard
fr
Hay. The
re returned to him by Mr. Tyner
ce refused to him.
that his application was refused to pleiu-e
• Dorsey, and lie thereloi-o bus
t ludiauupolis
■y ot the last campaign
Indiana. Tiio billowing is
of
beg,i
nrittm by ft, (J
•o a row Republicans
Kenllund have
g Ullpuuiiu
cut,m it tlie
UlnllipL
pauy iinU give tail und cuman t
1 pi'opoau to Jiavotlicm ce
treat nunt and n\i a llow iieroic ilonus.
end i invite
secret liistery of
c.ui party
campaign.
caip County t'enlial i ummiLeu i
inner council
•>. t; attention to
last political
Bung cuuu inan
'•cxpuUiliiig ' piocess by which
State.
wiUuistital
Uio Republicans tapiurcu
versed ireeiy
and alt
secretary,
hm dcrUn, und
1.' Ut' iiaul
•Senator Homey.
Gray iimv duuoiu
learning
acio voted and counted, and being
tldliei'ud
a
a
to
of
I
tickets
tuny m.'ii ucud. i
.Sect clary of
•ncy
.Yuiitmui Republican Ucntrat Committee.
Dorsey by John c. Now
Uiuu'iiiuu ol the Republican ."Hutu Centrai
ng introduced Mr.
3. Senator
adjoining room, iq
•omipt and carry thu election iu
i ouimulcc.
New twlliUunv
iiad his buukus in
MUuia lie ihuiv
llllUir.il
8euaiui' Dorsey
Nuwlou county.
majority
coni it not give it.
money to ncip us unit
iiliuois lino
loid bun
illluuis
colonizu
majority. I
zealous
i rankly 1
llio cause to ciigugü
btinmuoS. As autocrat,
greatly urceitned, aud dismissed
allgUi.f presence
tuler. i met non again at an appointed irour,
aud lie gave .Joe Gray a piece ol paper
udjoiiuug room by Joe Gray (alt
.New Denison ilulel at Indianapolisi, ;
d gray-beaded man und a
middle-aged ruilli. .loo Gray gave tirem
paper üu uud received lrom Dorsey, wbolt tue
o.iultein r etired to an adjoiuiug room
:w UilUUles
gh
clr
a piunuso
Llll'iicU
UiUn jil.-l pi lilted
cuii) lug
at, my c
tljOUhillld.
content
at larger Cuilulli a lo
ooi\cU trout iMuiuuji/uooi Uicnouuw ii und-rz
« junt printed to curry iiiitiauu lor Furiur
i.iny encouraging
huit all
cu "expcihleU,
Ciui non i
(tut
at \\ Ubiiuig
poiuicul ring
• curry mg im
Sew was lor celt to sUuucu, and
»cd to give him any
•ew aided liner jiiol
i.olllnlaua hcuiunireis
brought
tho credit to Dorsey
.id re
hiiciicu und i/oiscy
• of having car lied
pruned ny Undo Mum'a
• rtnito lil.ui.
re wauled
coimltn I mu
i
as
Cl'ltniicd to
walked uu wuh Hie
iudiuna. Wncic
cannot I* -11. u
pl'os.-cs, und
Every speaker brought t,
pocket» »lllilol lull
. E
answer
at
as

;ry count) laid a geucious ctippiy.
J""
ooineuud) iuinibUeu
; iniliuiiu
iiup nolle
cek,
Will Lu lui Ui
by
Cliuiriiiau Repunticuii <
Newton county, Indiuna.
t'entrai Uonnuilluj ol'
a
a
I.I
V VA TIiOSA
YVliai II« l*ro!«NN«il
Till nl*
I ll
The
in
:»». 21, 1871 Di
von take of political matters is
Every sincere Republic
hold heartily
Ut
and must take
• a "long pull, a s
pull, und a pull all together." Why
Whitt is there to quarrel or falter
Republicans in this State divided upon
priucipb
meuHim
up
.■r i Are
ticul
r that
i the lace i
, rofut
( licet to desert
Wo I
Will Republicans i
and or
their c
llio enemy,
stand by
i, .
the
rich
Is? Why.
rjisfo's to
il* hosl.rt:
charge that his' politics
talion ni>im a
ilapendeil on. s/mils, anil lie cannot have de
will plot against
•li that
•only her
creed uud cans
arc too feic to <
trap men with
tins. A weak reliance of
as unworthy as thu talk
hall way newspapers about division
iu our ranks. For my part there i»
whom 1 cm
hand und labor with shoulder
work before us. How
than this and yet beliov __
hove in tho mission and usefulness of tho Re
publican party V
course and hail ;
by
opponent.', it is
Democratic and
We
Kopub
.'ordiullv by the
shoulder in
fed
md I
•li
. . .. __know how by act or omis
I have given just offense to any
;o, und I will go,
my power. All who lui
would do likewise. F.
earnest should go to
the
. i
of
in
ought
amends in
that y
sist that all who are i
work aud keep at work. It
he done with
nothing, ami productive only of harm. J he
do a thing i» to du it.
Knows that the fitb 4 step
toward*remedy uud reform is to uoiiiinati
best
them to the
offices of the Slate» '• aud f/et
Teilt ml patronage,
big
to
profitable things signifying
irai
• Republic
I t.» the (•:■
•iltivo
n stanil till/, iii'l
rsi.uud J\ clings beton

.»«•/ /<
lily
1 1 the like !
iuilieblnuls,
the
•h tilings to do with tlie duty
? What do the people cure
What
this
about tli. inV Wind should they care
what public consequenoo a:o
aims and objects :
lividiials?
. talking about
I what might
stiaightfor
Talking
» are willing
do.
be done w in
ward thing to do, i
help the Republican pally
bold lionc»tl\ and squarely «»
l'
•al* us likely to
it
• take right
nliullld
I
lut they
who l.eiicv
it. We iihall al! be together in redeuuilig
State, 1 hope • and many good men will help
a I
•v. r helped
before.
To the Hon. John !L C.i
Is W 01.1^
! i( is <'ultiir«il.
the
The foil*-wing
umioiiiicnin
etc.I Boston police-officer
death of a
Iv a comnum p:
a daily
•d here as
1
I i
i I lust i !
; ••»■ Jhe preval
to Ho
VS
ivpri
:
of
of culture i
that
•orge F. A. Walli:. •
e ot the best
.-t popular
girls
the Mltssaeh
«eiieral Ho-piial this morning.
•olm:
poli.v p:
class
Wild
lie
al
Divisée.
as almost ••xcliisively
13.
liii-ratutv. and I..
devoted
hich
d
Iarly
peo
tho
An IX|*en*lve l.xpc
gh down Memphis w
It is w
and
to have all the doors and windows open,
at
shutting
-d i
»crybody persi
and a.*
the door
vliant, he hail a very powerful spring
put upon it that would swing it
an would haul tlie d<
th.« stor
a pr.
that
by
horse
pen.
Result : A
and latch it. Next man who »•
grali the handle and lift tin* latch, and
before lie could let go the spring would
yank him into the store and sling him
half away down the ish*. And after
customers had taken the tumble and got
mad ami sworn they'd trade elsewhere,
th« merchant got discouraged and had
take the spring off and put up the sign
"Only fools and numblieads shut this
door."
of
in
lack
ake
Tlio Raleigh (N. C.) JY« v»
ys :—A day or
veritable "lone fisherman.
/ Observer
•o ago there was in tlu*
llu i
city
only about throe feet high, with a long
heard, and has fur 20 years fished
Black creek, 15 miles south of the city.
He has in that time bee
three times and hut six times away from
the banks of his favorite stream.
Bur
at
upon
how
Raleigh hut
'
;
II Kill. AMI 7
KICK.
Michigan liimbori
»«•*• by dynamite, u
lirtli.
i. clearing off tin*
killing oouutle.is
Say, f
•o, a dog Iok
Ii is paw
aw, do«» it make
■pi
S of tlntlil.
.Motto for
" lie who e
bind." -Hon
a tramps' lodging bouse:
M's here leaves soap Im*
Mr. I'rve I,;
d
•d his shirt-maker
garments and paint
red .—Aiw York Express,
En>|iiirer asks : "How many pounds of
-oal make a ton ?" That depends on the
dght of tliH oriver.— Boston /bit. . ««
The Bishop of London is cAViWtei?'with
saying that the chief non-conformist iu
bis di
se is tlie D,
Westminster.
Small-pox is raging around among the
Indians iu the neighborhood of Virginia
This is cheaper than gunpowder.
Tlie natives object to a railroad across
Sahara. They fear a loss of prestige in
their trackless desert .—Host un Trannaîpt.
y s she "kicked over
tlie traces." tihe couldn't have di
she iiad stuck
Herald.
The reporter
said: "Yougi
pole," said he'd be hanged if he'd do it.—
Host on ih.it.
'My.
Anna Dickiic
temple attire .—Boston
wliom the city editor
rite up the
Dick Torke was crazed by the honor of
being elected Grand Muster
Fellows at N:
f Odd
he sent
, and had
an asyli
A monument consisting
pyramids of granite is to lie erected outlie
spot where Maximilian, Miramon and
xecuted.
three
Mejia w
About a y>
ago a young wi
v J'liiladelphia
s her former husband for breach
she s
' remarriage.
promise
Arab <•;
Willi a donkey bearing an obelisk ;
hit lie would imt try to turd the title.
For he had too good an *
• riverside,
ttobv.
a
A little
what was the future of the verb to drink.
"To get drunk," was tho correct
— Halves
alveston hoy, who is very
•as asked by the teacher
1
Quack and dupe are upper side aud
idu of the self-saiue substance.
Turn lip your dupe into tlie proper foster
ing element and he himself can become a
s Carlgle,
increases
qUilc'K.— Th
for other:
s a gre
sorrow
self. , It touches
. .liu. happiness we i
and deem others mi,— t 'hartes /hutun.
tlie depth ol human
shallow
Dot
it lias a young lawyer who, wli
»asonahlu hour
iglit, "having fuu with the hoys,"
a hotel ;
lie remains out
iu th,
l registers his .......
: Washington."
•n iu this world. A
so conduct
't find
he shocked
exasperating .—Boston
•oe Cockling,
The
i
Vermont man lias contrived
himself that the sewing society et
anything
with. It i.
his conduct
A little
this c
ads the paper upside dowi;
ty.
just
like growit-folks," astonished lier elders
the ot In '1
day by
reading "Terrible
milieu t ; fr*
drowned wife
The other day while aTexus minister of
th«* Christian Church was baptising a re
pentant sinner, the reverend gentium;
shore while lie waded i
oots, left
into tiie stream,
thief.
ied
by a
G. Fhiilips Bey a ii estimates tiie grand
total of gold produced during the historié
JR,566, and that of
,making tlie produce
of hotli tlie
•tabs
pivci
< I'llel chalice placed two
ai!»
kitten i
a Cliicj
cat elles sight of
litter and when i
' itself
■ both, it Hies around
gh_
•ll side
rapt
lively ••
gh
nke a hors" I;
Bo.i
ihst.
Th
* Carlyle said ol Walt Whitmi
furnished for the
that lie was
highest or all enterprises—that
the poet of liis age," and Lincoln on first
poet said "Well, lie
illg the C;
le
private secretary !
know why the fellow
proposing is like a
it's because he's
We feel awful de
gia.led'whel
e read that ov
.—Bos
Tin* co.nsuuiptio
•f opium is rapidly
. There an
166 p|;
s where opium is sold, :
l each
of the
income ;
•raging
5 a day fr
the traffic. r
and secular press are calling atteutiî
The religious
is
A part
hidden i
cage bellind a box
cotliu iu a
'entrai railroad
ear, tlie other day, greatly frightened a
aining ;
in
hue before
he could he convinced that, tlie <1
had not c
1 m;
life.
>k its u;
from tin
to
tin» postoffice dopartme
designating tin* three words, "certainty
i
he
celerity and security," bv the tli too star
s thus * * *. It refers to that kind of
d by other moans
ail service porfi
than railroad or steamboat.
to
Thev were standing i
•fa ladder thn
the
•hard
Dieted b
the !•
the crotch of tho tree.
3 of the
ni Mai v.
"Ma
. "No,'
trankIv ; "I couldn't think of it. Y
ge go lll>t.
I h;
't got
strijicl »
The Rev. W. G. Veal
Dal la»,Text.»,
1 him guilty
Tilth.
and liirtln-r i
The Methodist
hu roll f.
the
He appealed
the Ma-uni
pe/led. lie car
•d I.i- «t
a civil
•t. and tin* jury
.1
to
• i :
w trial, and lias
just l.c
The
b
•y mongers
• the ext
resorted to a
•f their field
Fliey
•f English schoolmistresses
•w doiig
sw iudling operations.
• think to subsidize the s«rv
'' »iiiH'iy
'g e.rploih lies offer
Tin* Haml
shillings a h
tli.*v :
ritten distinctly :
l carefully."
In Austria during tlo- pas
pers
der aud only 16 exc
lu yea
death f
i
del
cl
i
and •'( : in Detituark,
i 6 :
t*4 a
I I : i
Austria
I.I Nev
Zealaii.i. 45
.1 Wales, ii
aud 12
tlie lust
cud
el a
lie
• death and
per
xecuted.
-
Th») la
Ville, IV
take the y
1 get
ill lie up." He
JelTersouvilie ;
: all '
tlie clerk that C
lady
d
learned fr
guest of the house, and had gone to the
the;
e. lie
has
I
the theatre,
and induced tin* inanuager
announce
the acts, that if
in* would receive
information by going immediately to the
• responded promptly to
the summons, and lost no time in going
Jeflersouville, across the State line,
where they were married. Her father
arrived an hour too late to interfere.
the
as in the house
box office. (
and
him
got
:
this
"Is that a yaclit?
long, gaunt eodder who
about the wharf, and
small steam vessel coming in.
the reply. "Is that a yacht ?" we
inquired again, pointing to another sort
of craft that we thought might hu a
yacht ?" "No, that ain't noyot, nuther,"
was the answer. "Well, what is a yacht ?"
was our next inquiry. "Wot's
Well, you gets any
I till her
s, and git yer
hoard and have a hell of a time
1 that's a yot !" Wu thanked him
with fervor, for wo had long been trying
find out what a yacht really wus.—
Troy Piess.
re inquired of a
lounging
pointed to a
"No,"
said tiio fisherman,
sort of craft v
tlu*
i
d—11 pi
up with liquor and seeg-i
hut
'
TWO HUNDRED YEARS AOO
A M> It OSS • It K C H K K
IASII ISO VOVltTS IS IIKI.AAI AltK.
er III« I'
toFWIiI«
.1 uriN«li«lioii.
Wliu PreNlded
III« I'nilNPH llll<l Cl
;
j
:
They K*«i
Francis Vincent says in bi» History
Delaware, volume I, page 366, that the !
lirai criminal trial recorded iu lie
the fort at Ait
Dutch itad reehristoiled Cliri.
original Wilmington,
; the i
held i
toll a, OS
ifiiiabani
tin* !
i tli liis
He
■d.
the palm
of bis lingers.
wounded il
the left
oil
I to
surgery bill, sixty guilders,
•eks, witli spade and wheel
for
b,
In itilid Deli
Hugh
Jersey, passed into tlie In
Duke of York ami Albany and
tlie
d Net
is of J;
•other
the then reigning king
This w;
• I.
the close of tlie
Charles II.
Dutch dynasty in this Situte.
in the prothouotary's office is :
book of court records, dating hack
September, 1670. Much that is quaint
•resting is recorded m this and
succeeding velu mes in a calligraphy as
clear and legible
written.
Tlie first entry iu this volume records
tin* appointment of certain magistrates by
Edmund Andress who subscribes him
self ''Seigneur
ami (>ov
•Id
s the day i
SaUb murez, Lieutuu;
Generali under his lloyal
Uigliuessu James Duke of Yorke and
Albany, &c., of all his Territories iu
America."
three pages ' further on is n de
e= tu Wishing
what seems to have been tlie lirs't regular
sessions of a court under English rule in
tli is State, which wa
tlie newly appointed
decree is dated "New Yorke, September
lifitli, 1676." Through tlie courtesy of
l'rothouotarv Maxwell, the following ex
tract, embodying the essential portion of
Tw
Governor Andross,
presided
• by
strates. The
Whereuu tho laot yeare utt my being att
Delaware uppon application of the Inhabi
tants Representing .that my Predecessor,
Uovr. Lovoliico, had (tho next word is illegi
ble) to make a Ucgukn-iou for the duo Ad
miuiHtruciou of .lusticc according
I.awes of this Government. Pumiunt to web
1 diil appoint some mngersts & make some
Unies for their Proceeding tho .yeare ensuing
till further order, in web havuiug uppon
mature Duliherociou by the Advyce
counsel made sumo olteracion tlioro
mui ne und bee in force in forme following :
1. That the Hookes of l.awcs establLsht bv
Ins Royal Highness and practiced in New
York, Long Island and Dependences bee like
wise iu force und practice in these River pre
cincts, except the .< 'eus tables, Curts, Count)
Bates and
Island, and thu Militia
romaine in King, but that the Curl be yearly
Place chosen for the Preservation of
His May ties peace, with all other Powers as
directed Ly L
2. That there bee three Corte held iu the
several parts of tho River and Huy, as for
merly, to wit : (/no in Now Castell, one above
Uplands, another below at the Wborekill.
3. That tho Curts consist of Justices of the
, whereof three to make a coram and to
have the Power of a Curt of Se
cuie nil mutters under twenty Pounds without
oldest Justice to
other things peculiar to Long
organized to
r
Appeale:
preside unlesse otherwise agreed amongst
tlicmscivuii. Above twenty pounds and lor
crime ln-itunt to Life, Limb or lianuiulinient
to tidinil Appeale to ye Corl of Az/.ises.
•I. That all small
l may beyleteruuued by the Gort
without a Jury, utilosse desired by tho l'.tr
ulso matters of equity.
ii. That ye L'ort for new Castell lie held
a mouth, to begin on the lirst Tuesday iu tin
month, aud tlie Curt for Uplands und the
Whorekill quarterly and t<> begin the second
• of teuer if ore
6. That all necessary Bylaws or orders
repugnant to ye Lnwus of the Govrmcut.
. .. s said Curt, he of force nml binding
for tlie space of one whole year«, in
several! Places where made, they giving
Rccompt thereof to the Governor by the Hr
opportunity, anil that no F
ijiescd butt by the order of the Col t.
7. That the sevcrall forts have Fow wer to
gulato the costs und officers'
under the value
Tuesday of the
till
• llookc
' Law
to he under hälfe tiie vaililu therein exprest.
N. That there lie a High Blierrif lor the
Tow
that the said Gigli Sherrife
New Castell Fiver and Bav. and
Marshall being
lilt Frsou and for wliomu he will be respuu
; approved by tho Corte ; but the
according to* y
Slicirife 1 :
Long Island to uc
practice
lTiucipidl officer for
the execution or the Laws but not usa justice
of the Fence or magintrate.
R. That there ho fitting Bookos provided for
ye Records in well all Juditiail proceedings to
be Umly und fairly entered, as also puLlicq
Orders from ye Govern, and the names ot
gistrutus and officers tlierciu with tlie tyme
of their admission, and sd Records bo kept iu
English, to well all Frsous concerned
have free Recourse at due anil seasouulàe
iu. That it litt Frson lor a cluike (when
vacant) be rocumuiouded by each curt to the
Guvernr lor his approbaciou, iu whoso humls
the sd Records he kept.
11. That all Writts. warrants A Proceedings
his maytics
having been Practized iu ye' Govnmt «
seucetliu first wry ting of tho L
it htiug Ins Koyull Highu
uud order.
12. That
utt I.nwu »hull tic i
Booko uud
special pleasure
Ratos be imposed or Levyos
of money* made within the l'owue ol' New
Bay by any, under what
Denomination soever, wtbout tlie approba
tion of tlie Govrur, unlesse uppon extraor
dinary occunion m Case of necessity,
the Govrur
him; that uppon tlie Levy of any rates there
Lee a faire acceimt kept by them of the
Receipts and Disbursements, web accounts to
bo given iuto the next Geuiiull Cort thereto
be past and thou seul to the Govern, fur his
allowance, uutill well
Discharge.
Castell River
I.
have a present
be a diffident
TUI. Ol Hits, it OSS
i:l.
.V Deadly Ciicomifcr lid wee
\\ iliiiingloii I.i
TT
Stn «le
G i i I
go Culom-1 Thomas
the Catsav Rodney
,• is appended to the Declara
tion of Independence, was appointed, by
Pre.-ddent Jeilorson, Governor of the then
Mi»sissippi Territory.
This appointment of a Delaware;
naturally attracted the attention of young
and enterprising uioti of our State to the
advantages offered by that new territory.
Among tliose who were thus drawn
Rodney, hi other
wlios '
thitherward
ar Mi l
ribbs who lived
ho lived at or
dleto
New Luiidou Cross Roads, i
Chester
county.
These young
d
ffiee of Hon.
Louis McLain* of Wilmington. They
admitted to the liar at the
s ill the
fellow law ?
le
and immediately afterward e
Mississippi Tn rite
•d frou.
bat was tb
grated
gether
ttling at N
•liez.
the
au.l obi as<
itry of the Boutli, their
•ally higiitetied and
backwoods »•
friendslii]
streiigth«
l for tlo
.ce.-diiic
• t a
Is-.
ar this friendship.
red to
he latter d.
•d Btouktc
another
At a hall
ai a law uiü. e in N.
lie/.
Opel
■ of 1826 Ro:
the
embroiled ill a quarrel with
Btncktoii and, as was tlu* fashion of tin*
time and place, a challenge was the
result. Btockton, tlu* challenging party,
called on Gibbs to act as his second.
mission and bore
Stockton's challenge to Ross. The latter
tiiis acti
of his life-long friend that hu declined
accept Stockton'» challeugo
would accept a challenge from Gibbs
The cod«» of the duello requires
that, if the challenged party declines
light the principal, the second must chal
lenge him. This Gibbs did.
jcupted ^Gibbs' challenge and
iskets loaded with buckshot
iibbs accepted the
l said lie
named
tlie weapons and 12 paces «as tlie distance.
They tougiit the morning after tlie chal
lenge. Gibbs wus killed on the spot and
Ross received .wounds which caused his
death within a week.
The
of tlu* duel caused a profound
sensation in Delaware and was a terrible
Gibbs' family. He had
blow
sisters, the «Misses Hannah and Elizabeth
Gibbs, who
The death of her brother in this manner
wrought upon the mind "of the latter
that her reason became dethroned.
The late Benjamin Gibbs, at
Register of Wills for this county,
brother of Sewell Gibbs.
still living in Middletown.
' ,1
KVIi Fit 0.11 7 1/ / VII.IS
VK1.1A
Hi«* I'onlrovei-H,»
Troubling III« 4oii|t'r«ffA
of I'liriMl lb tin'll
4l0IIMl«l«rMllMII
YV lit cli
at Dover
The Court
• Cl.;
•ery s;
the rule
should
; Friday
hear arg u me
j to show euu.se why an injuiicti
: not issue restraining rector Phillips :
xercising any control
Christ Church, at
!
ver tin* property
.lohn I*. Faulsbury, Esq., repre.se
prepare a
He a!-,
o the
i
! the defendants, asked for ;
•d that be should object
jurisdiction of tin* C
the ea:
at
The applieati
earnestly objected toby Messrs. Batesand
Harrington, counsel for the appellants,
a great
for post |
ie. stat' d that tlmv had
ileal „f I roll III« t
me d.
with the
•y thought that, as
I'lia
-II.
.Sau Is I
very important, i
of jurisdieU
I.
would be better
arly day.
the hearing until ;
poslpor
as
by
■■I :
t proper, however,
•t does not sit
•Id
that this ('
Bishop's determination with reaped
til« dissolution of the pastoral cornice
between Hev.Mr. l'hillips und tie* parish.
the Bishop,
acting as lie did by the counsel and advice
of tlie standing committee
as final and conclusive, and not subject to
court of law. By
Virtue of that decision Kev. Mr. 1'liillips
ceased to lie a rector of the church, ami
power to review, unless tin
I»* some authority in tlie church with
power to make such review. Holding the
Bishop's decision as binding and conclu
•onsidcred the ilecisi
tiie diocese,
• in this
iu
tin
in
of
of
e in this case, the
of it here in this Court.
The Chancellor then unofficially sug
gested that counsel should refer
impartial persons the question, which In*
considered tlie sole
by
at is.
■ tin* legal vestry of the church.
•ceiled
Messrs. Bates
l Hairing
f tlie Chancellor
list of names from which
Mr. Hauls
in the suggesti
submitted
arbitrators could bo taken.
.
att
bv
of
as
to
to
bury, counsel on the other side, reserved
his acquiescence until ho could c
Delaware City, that lie
intelligently. No
agreement being possible at that hour tlie
Chancellor postponed further considéra
nt tlie matter until next Friday.
Bishop Lee was present during a por
tion of the time,having come up fr
sex county,at considerable personal incou
the solicitation of Messrs.
,who wished
for with him regarding the hearing.
iglit
LnHt<»ii'u>IuM«»iiic F. von I.
of the dedication of the Masonic
Thursday
last the Baltimore American says :
"After the dedication all the visitors
proceeded to Machinery Hall, where they
dined on the delicacies of the Eastern
After dinner, General Albert
sovereign commander for the
i jurisdiction, twenty-third degree
•o. delivered an eioqiu
Music Hall. At 5 o'clock the visitors left
*11 pleased
. Masonry has
since 1764. The Grand
to
Hall,
, Md.,
Shore.
Pike,
venerable appear
to
with their trip
existed in lias
Led g
court house
•ganized here in the
April 17»J, w ith Dr. John
•, after whom tlie
The present lodge was
a building
used for a stable. The temple which
Mi
lodge is
I.
•ganized May 12th, 18
i-.i;
ledici
i, i:
•ut brick building,
, with s
tin
pressed brick f
tilings, and the emblems of tlie order
worked in, 46x46. The upper floor is
devoted entirely to the purposes of the
the S
of which are
soil for a
librarv : a third as the office of to\,*n <•
the firs
Hour are als
offices.
ised
as tlie offices of
aud builder.
isists of about
•mliers, and special
infrequently held
Many applications :
lodge. The growth of the order has in
creased wonderfully since the erection of
this building."
give
liefere* the
for
for
to
iu
he O)
Terminer .lurorM.
By authority
precept received
tcrnooiijtlie following IS addi
tional petit jurors have been drawn for
the approaching t,
Thursday
' the Court of
try the c;
John Bliaw, Hi;
Wilmington,
aid Flin ii, Christiana.
II.
Tli
as Higgins, Mill Creek.
(»Well Kv;
s, White Clay C
Willi;
'a»tle.
Charles S. Wright, Red Lion.
Bainuel N. Enos
Robert II. Morgan, Appoquinituiuk.
Frank Wells, Blackbird.
Robert Buck, Brandywine.
Ruth, Wilmington.
Joshua 11. McCullough, Christiana.
Tin
the
to
his
All
I.
s Darkness, Mill
Samuel Deputy, White Clay Creek.
Charles Walti
i,.
, IVmader.
Christopher V;
Tli« Delaware 111 ver Kail road.
al
holders of the Delaware River Railroad
g of the
\\
1 but-y, N. J.,
Monday week. The retiring director
nth tlie exception that Mr.
as substi
ef Philadelphia,
aid organized by electing
; i)r. Samuel
T. Miller secretary, and Edward II. Green
superintendent. The board voted to in
crease the capital stock fn
, for tlie purpose of putting the
i its rolling stock in lirst-elas»
T!
William DuF
tilted for .Mr. Richard:
The i
Willi;
:' this citv
by
the
C
road a
order
tditioiial
»Hing
stuck will cost $16,000, and the improve
f the road, such as the strength
etiilig ot the bridges, the laving of
\c., will cost $15,060. The W
bury t-oiistitutiun says that
have been made for carrying excursions
Atlantic City and
'ape May this summer via the Delaware
d
l
or
Wiliniiig
fr.
d
er and the West Jen
railroads.
this r«-;
the uuproveme
rill he (•(iiimu-tn • d ;
the
aid
e, so that eve
tiling will be i
» 'S ( nislcr.
Fiei'son, a proiiiiu»*
the .Methodist Episcopal ('
•e for this district, diet at bis r<
Shipley street, ataive Eighth,
Mr.
»«Util
the
Th« Rev. .1. W.
•mb.-r
I «oi
Talbot county, Maryland,
near East»
is studies
arly age held the position of
assistant principal <
itted the ucado
iarly apt i
I!
li
•r the
lie
tin*
the
l was admitted
, which tlo*
ministry :
the Fhilii
i included
.l.*liil.iii l
the whole
tin* Fen ins u I a.
He was
it: tlic
stationed
tin- Kent Ci
Delaw;
•itv. where he
Bailie Boon, of Georgetown, Md. In W>4
Mr. Fierson's health failed and he retired
tiie ministry. Hu n*
»tiiporarily
turned, however,
ars, and
filled appointments at New Castle
various other pi
After a few years liis health again he.
• impaired and he oi
where lie has since resided.
.
lie
the Feuinsiila.
this city,
Old Indeed.
his
reell üenioorut.
Sidney Bayard, an ancient African, who
old that he delights to tell about
General Washingt
the time lie
passing through the Chesapeake «fc
Delaware Canal, was seized with a series
of tits last Tuesday while loitering iu the
street near the Hive in the Hollow. He
was removed to tlu* hovel in Water street,
which ho lias inhabited for some years
past, aud will probably he taken to the
alms house, though he strongly protests
against it.
A Meissouier
« lately sold at the
rate of 20 cents per millimetre , a millimetre
being about the size of a pin's head.
Mil
(A TIOS It A
'I'll« U.
i. (jicttiiitf i:<
With Ik* lu
ode bra- |
•t Saturday in !
t!
. A. K. commit to*
tiou of Decoration Day
tlio McClary
I.i'ilrtius Î.1..1 acivuoood Ul.- I
aii'.t.nr strp. . j
tin! se\eral j
i
Reports
sub-committees announcing that tin
s for the Oj
House
i •'•■mgeiui*
o !
The progr;
• lor the day, s
arranged is us billows : At ■*> uVlocW
the morning
doth, the tiring corps of Du Pi
e.oinpanied by ;
Day, May
other posts as feel desirous of par
'•pat
I'os
and beaded !>v the Dill'
to DuF
f Admiral Du
drum corps will
arch
Hanks, visit tin* tomb
r
and decorate the gr.i ves of soldiers
Mi. 8.ilem,
Joseph's ei
.Soldiers'
s the Old Swedes,
, will also
I,
tlie morning.
. tlie main procession will
•in at Fourth and French streets, under
decorated ii
At l.:i" p.
the direction of rhi«f Marshal William V.
Fwiggett. The details of tile plOCO.Hsioll
have not yet been fully .settled,
w ill he headed by tile bring party of Du
Pont Post and file First
tlie Dul'out drum corps ;
musical organizations will
miiitia companies will also turn out.
The alignment of the ditlereut bodies
will he directed by the (,'liief Marshal,
who has not yet designated his aids.
The line will then
Market, up Marke
ami Delawar
•lit hand,
I (jerlinp.
thcr
dst. The
-ii up Fourth
Tenth, out Tenth
tlie Soldiers'
the
ami countermarch
Brandywine cemetery. After decorating
the graves there, tlie procession will
march to the Opera House, where the ■•
eluding exercises of tlie day will lie cele
brated, beginning at 3 o'clock.
The programme for the opera House ex
:ises will comprise music and addresses
by comrade Rev. George \V. Miller ami
Levi C. Bird, Esq.
The City Hall lit
dav ami ladies will the
been secured for the
he busied in
preparing the Uoral decorations. Contri
butions of dowers will be thankfully re
ceived.
.
1
/•; is sku a
ilow (lie Itrilliiuit
Rrruti« Poet
lured lu Tliul Town.
Delaware Ledger.
Appropriate to the discussion of Ed
A. Foe's intemperate habits
informed that lie lectured at Newark
Academy in the spring of 1845.
lie arrived in tlie evening lie
di under the inilu
liquor that iu attempting to alight from
the omnibus, he fell liât of hi* hack iu
the muddy street. l'rof. Willi;
Graham, then principal of the Academy
assisted him
ducted him into tin* house and relieved
him of his muddy-covered garments.
After a rest of two hours Foe appeared
the led
Whe
:
an upright position, c
stand ;
1
the students of the academy and college
with enthusiastic appl;
very funny figure in "Billy" Graham's
coat, which was entirely
him, and besides, though lie
a blt
He c
his oquilibri
•ans perfectly sober,
uur iufornmntstates that notwithsti
ing these drawbacks tin
roll m*
maintain
lit* was by
d
and gentility about him that
cniiiiuauded the respectful attention ot
liis plump, well-knit form tilled the
little swallow-tailed dress-coat
almost to bursting, and his manly
was surmounted I
le, tuul head windowed l.y his larg
•luilclioly eyes.
l ui I
eck
tel
The subject of his led un
dwelt more particularly upon
he touched the
poetry. Win
latter hraindi
excited manner ; read Cooke's
"Fh.r
\
(•ensuring Griswold for having omitted i
his "Foots ;
fi
III fact lie poured
the vials
his
1 wound
•rath upon poor Griswold,
up by saying that "if Gris
ii ail liis brains blown
tilled with hasty pudding lie could,
doubt, have made a better book."
lie thanked the audience for their
patient attention (for he had spoken
about two hours),and
b,»w withdrew from the r
Id iiad only
and his h.-n l
profound
» . .11. H. V.
Tlicir IIuii«Im»im« An
Parlor Most
Attractive «tiiiirlcrs In Hi« City.
g Men's Republic
1 is in
Tlo- Y
Club has
f tlie
itv. The club has re
attractive quarters i
the
cd tin* second
of No. 566 Market stre
sed by the Republic!
live Committee lust fall,
uud purpose using it hereafter ns a parlor
I reading room, through its committee
rippen, J. Faul
Brown and Eugene Dawson—the a part
furnished i
.it..". .» ^.r.u credit upon the gelitleiue
named, and upon the
ha- I
hull
ell. In additi
, the
will hu hold there.
r.-iiiling
»•tings of tho club
A long description of the
scarcely convey a fair impression of its
appearance. It has been handsomely
1 tlie Hour is covered with
Tlie carpet
: \Y. B. Sharp.
puneivil, ••
Brussels carpet.
All the furni
J. & .1. N.
aking the chairs
three
all.
leather-hacked ai
chairs, of now de«
ill be of Eastlake p:
The tables, tl.
the line marble-top centre table, w
made by Mr. Hardcastle,
keeping with the surroundings.
• in number, exclusive
A very
nted
* six globe chandelier, prej
l.y Mr. W. W. Lohihdl, hangs fro
e of the ceiling. Mr. 11. B. Dune:
ted tlie (1
the
Dvare,
and Baynard
trlbuted a hands
fill banners of the club ;
. jewelers,
» clock.
The lieailti
Re enclosed
ase. Crayon portraits of i.i
t Gn
will be hung *
the
k-c
• and-other ad
ditional furniture will shortly In* secure«!.
The Cliih will open the room formally in
Forty-«
»• Yi'iii'm Ar«>.
Fort v-i.
Till, 1816, tie ', on
ci »tom* of St. Andrew's
ld»-r elilireh
tlie
which had
time before. Thu older el
t.» was erected i
burned dow
■ b la.teired
1 s 29. Forty
d
stable aud till

Tlie fir«» tli real.•lied
dwellings.
large part of the to
a messenger hurried
assistance. Thu Wiluiingt
spoud»*d with alacrity
Wilmington for
I :
guished Ho- It:
Olticrrs »I Oriental l.o«lge Installed
The following officers of Oriental Lodge,
I. O. O. F., of Newark, have h
stalled :
N. G _Edward McFike.
R. S.—Hudson Wakefield.
F. S.—George W. Williams.
Treasurer— E. L. Giltnour.
Warden—Richard Simmons.
O. G.—Thomas A. Mulliu.
I. G.—(ieorge J. Taylor.
R. S. N. G.— S. B. ilcrduian.
R. S. S.—M. M. Gamble.
L. S. S.—George McDonigal.
Cm'd—John A. Mulliu.
.
«fc
Xow Alins Utilise.
The Trus
vestigation of sites for the
tiou. They do not desire the fact that
they contemplate purchasing
titular property to become known, as it
would have a tendency to make the own
exorbitant price. Some action
of the Poor in their hi
ding with considerable eau
y par
charge
is likely to he taken by the trustees at
early day.
/. F.M OS >
SMA1.L-FOX.
!
A l'l«-it*uiit S|»o«ilic
I ronton <o. I I'hjNli'laii.
•«»v«r««I by :
:
I was taken siek April 14th with what I !
SlipI «us a ».-vers L-..U, bavin# l.a.l ,
n>.v bnir II,., day prevtoas.
Friday, lath, 1 was quite feverish, with '
l back. Saturday,
.
lev'll , '* V * I I
I'lmiiii tered
ltitll, I
better.
sliiced, I pro
eruption
dement h t be »".in.
• Dis. Morris ami Dunn :
iMtli,
r, eruption very nl
istakably th:
:e and number.
Wednesday morning,
•rebead, ;
of head.
the ar
hands, legs, and body they
re pi,-tty evenly distributed, hut not
closely packed as tip.
t he above
•d parts. By evening I was sull'ering
those upon the scalp. By
as almost intoler
D».:ji
Mv
I was
j. My feet
1er that 1 dare in»t let them
f the bed. Mv
•cd ;
I asleep iu bed behind
he footboard
•ad I could
lie upon the
ais.-d up,
•k resting upon
' hand. 1 had
nervous, I dare
f seei
pleasant visions. Pulse about DO. I
hail upon the table at tlie bedside a
pitcher of water and a drinking glass, a
box of seid lit/, powders and
chlorate of potash in crystals. I had
paper of le
These were all
ounce of
also at my bedside
and also one of oranges,
tlie agents within
I recollected that lemon juice in sulli
quantity was a sedative and would
s action, ami by so doing
! of those unpleasant
lower the lie:
might relieve
visions.
1 therefore squeezed all the
juice I possible could
lemons i
• of t lie
the glass,
which 1 added
about two tablespoons of water and drank
it. I then opened the rind aud sucked
• balance of the juice. In about 2b
minutes 1 took another lemon, and used
if iu the same manner. In a short time 1
proximity
My pulse liud dropped to 66. 1 shut
my eyes to see if the unpleasant visions
were gone. I not only found that they
. but by placing my hand
upon my head 1 found the pox on my
head iiad gone also. My head was bathed
w ith grumouslike fluid, which had ex
uded from tlie pox. it stained the napkin
1 had applied to wipe it oil', it seemed
it each iiad given up its contents and
wilted down to a level with the surlucc.
The same had takei
upon my face. My
together with the same kind
Those upon my neck had not hursted,
but had .shrunk away and diminished in
size considerably. I laid down and slept
two hours comfortably. 1 awuk«, I pre
ii from cold, although I had plenty
■er upon
burning in the grate. I
pleased that I took a little
y pulse at fr
vhen all eruptions and
elevation.-' had disappeared fromniy skiai.
1 then bid good bye to lemuu juice and
small-pox.
a large
place with those
as glued
of fluid.
beard
and the lire
as still
Well
ore le
l kept
juice.
for 36 hours,
>o strongly ;
I convinced i
the
ieim
any and
juice
small-pox, if adiuini
y self, that I look
h certainty
•red
upon it as a spec
and power in snmll-pox as quinine is iu
fever. 1, therefore, publish
i.v experi
«»■i»« «
•port tiie result
ill give
ial and
James Mo,u;i'
M. D.
.,().. April 25, h
1.
IV HISVKT.l.AS l .
Tin* deepest know
Australia -a
sunk
I
Ex peri
»ut.» at Woolwich have de
strate, I that tlie
of dot
cotton to
rapid that a
tlier not in c,
act is so
»hing fr
Edinhrugh could ho tired in
•otton r
Replying to tiie question
•e acqui
lit i«i
•lietlier
l with
tlo* peculiar physical c
s somit afubulisui, Dr. Regnnrd, of
•« that
• most accurate descriptions of somnaui
cxistoncc was that in tiioslcep
mlis
* of Macbeth.
lu a communication
the St. l'etel
burg Technical Society, l'rof. Heilste
recommends the
sulphate
alumina
He s
the salt
i the best practical disinfect;
•thud of
a
•» that tl.c lies
•r di»iiife,ti
g purposes is
lent, of
the mixture
destroying the
red clay with four per
sulphuric acid, and to add
• carbolic acid
•ll of the matter to be disinter
1.
lis h
ing vitality
disease germs.
bas investigated a c:
■ liich cattle
died of carl
ailed g;
• uiiiHii pi
'.menkited with tlie
' the soil.
I died
unis of
quickly with
carbuncle, Of sev
perimentally
•ell-marked sympt
•s daily
' the s;
the «est of tlie
di»eti*:e germs
1 er: "What !
tie Egypt D
recent
is tied
the ultimate fate
!' »toli d
ith care in tl
rocky vault»
i'»d pyr;
ids
ll..- b;
;s of the Nile !
Tl
these 1;
tliei
commerce to
I.. ported to K
*pe. The eel « al crej
' England are partly
mumiiii-d remain-', of hinn:
bei
f Tliebe.s
the street'
•ihr»
Tilt-bull»
their
irtnl immortality, sold a
> fertilize the exhausted soil
tl»»* Gei
an ' That
by all tliei I
soluti
skill ii
orta! venia
*. Tluir
Vel.
irably quoted—i
e 1 liing i
Bntihii
u
inalloVe 1 pleasure as tin- averag»* Ameri
es !I edit
Edi:
's pet
" at the
light, and that i
diseovi-rius ;
i;ic th
»ries
of Brother
\ late I
I
ruai— a
its special ti.-bl
•rab!.lit..rial ridi
cult- of eel
•\ «'loped Yankee
p.irtialiy
sheet a local .
lent seriously du.
i **' 1"
• his I .«•lief that tin*
individuals will he
telegraph !
ill ci
iu
lilted
He
that
electriisil
lecilh*:
are by
gradual deposition
tain kinds ol
ade to build up
considerable proportiotis
•le.ules
Hiding
gr
duce ce
rariahle for
s. He would
apply this principle
lirst get the "elementary molecule" of a
man, and then build him up from it l.y
the addition of oth
pyramid is produced by the piling up of
cannon halls. Success having been
might lie dis
London,
by cable to New York, and then re
built trom the solution by the successive
deposition ot his molecules at the New
York end of the electric circuit. This
•what novel scheme—not a "Yankee
notion," but a plan for which Johnny
Bull must be held responsible—is noticed
mainly to show tlu* Ream iu the eye of
s the water, but
partly for the benefit of the traveling
publie, as thu f
traveling with
must produce such a panic
monopolies as shall result i
reduction of their tariff.
an. lie
mid
• like molecules, as ;
achieved thus tar, tho
solved b.v electrical
contemporary
of this means of
relocity of thought
ng railroad
a material
fr
A Ruci
, Wis., factory ships wagons as
Sweden and Russia.
1
Ml
! THE DEPARTURE OF SARAH
by :
: MKKK. KlUt Ml A HUT It 11)S AlllKV
TO AM KHIVA.
I !
l.a.l ,
Won ..a-V«.ln... 1 «he tonutry.
with '
ill« ••Amerl«iue" — Marah'N
America — Our
Hr«
. Sarah Bernhardt sailed from New
* I I Ew l'Ope last week by the steiun
ship .1 merigue of the Freneli line. The
New York Evening Telegram gives the
following account of her adieu to America :
As she stepped on board the ship she
loomed by the commander, Cap
l Mr. Louis de Bebian,
tain .Santelli, ;
the agent for the line,
utes she chatted pleasantly with the
many friends who
her, when suddenly catching sight of her
sister, she rushed toward her, embracing
F
•e surrounded
her fondly, asking at the r
that dear musical voice which i
many .distinguishing traits, after
•'s health. Never did riarah look
better health since
not
• ,.i
111
By
Je:
more charming
she arrived here, and it is certain she
better spirits. Her head
colored "poke" straw
liât, prettily looped up with varicolored
rihlsms tied under the chin. What dress
she wore it would he difficult to say, for
whatev
under a light cream-colored cloak of tight
lit, surmounted by a dainty little cape.
Encircling the actress' waist
silver-link hand, from the front of
Which depended a porte monclioir. On the
left breast she
was
feet
Mv
adorned with
the
s entirely hidden
had
I
a
a
had
all
elegant bouquet
of roses, while in her belt
another of larger proportions.
of
still
BF.I.0W.
id she, "I must go aud
i suiting the action to the
*nt below. The nrrauge
"Ah,
my cabin ;"
world, she
incuts pleased her greatly,and no wonder,
for the cabin had been tastefully hung iu
l cloth and little ornaments had been
placed here aud there iu addition to
several bouquets, which made the
look doubly cheerful. Then Mr. De
Bebian showed her the improvements
that had been made in the steamer since
in it, and when she saw
the upper deck, as well as
, Sarah heaved a
only too sorry
the
lie
2b
1
she came ov
tlie rotunda
tlie ladies' sitting
light sigh and said, "1
to think that I shall not enjoy the comfort
of either of these, for I shall be compelled
go to bed in about
must romain until
Until within a few minutes of the sailing
of the steamer Sarah remained below, and
when she dually emerged
the promenade deck, her sister Jeanne
her right side, M. Angelo
and immediately in the
Jarrett, her manager,^aud Mme. M.
Colombier.
my
ex
and
in
hour, and there
reach Havre."
her left
Mr. Henry
waved in the air, and
the promenade
hand, then waved
Bouquets
Sarah, still standing
deck, first kissed
lier handkerchief with tlie other, then
bowed aud kissed both hands i
ecstacies, raising herself
her
tiptoe. A
s fired and the voyage had coin
menced.
Previous to her departure a Teleg
had a quiet uniuterrupted chat
with the great tragedienne, which is
given iu her
WOMEN.
SAHA H
)N AMERICAN
"You ask me what my general impres
sions of America are," said Mile. Bern
hurdt to tlie Telegram reporter, "and
what lias most surprised me during my
begin with,I must
tell yon that when I left home I was, of
course, apprehensive of my reception, not
of confidence iu myself,
the least ularmed as to how
the
•red
Very well,
iu
i i
the women of America would treat me,
—tlie men 1 somewhat
hut it was the
feared ; hut at my lirst appearance that
afraid of
the women. Tiie reason
t very many of your
Faris who always
a great deal of sympathy.
Then, again, they understand French. 1
their kindness and was not dis
as quickly allayed,
ant
Ah ! 1
the
•u tli;
I had
countrywomen i
relied
appointed. But with regard to tlie
I was disappointed—don't lie
• finish—agreeably disap
pointed, for not only in New York, hut
ar West, in the small towns,
flocked to
to
a
let
•n in th
rerywliere they hav
and always accorded
due.
what w
my
A RESTLESS I'EOt'LK.
of
astonished at this, too, because
always scciu to he rushing about full
of business, lmlting your dinner down as
though your only thought was to make
money. You pretend all this time to be
rious, and that is what at first deceived
•. During my six months' sojourn in
tliis country and Canada I have traveled
over 18,000 miles, and was much sur
prised everywhere to lind the
"1
type
ot man. In France it is very different,
for almost in each department tlie races
,both in manners and appear
•e. Your women are very pretty—
gainsay that. Then again they
know how to dress to perteetion,apd with
a chic that 1 did not at all expect to see.
It is quite French. You ought not lo
have any bachelors here, but 1 find there
•. In the matter of dress they
have a decidedly better taste than their
French cousins. I admire them very
much. They have beautiful forms, know
how to show them off to perfection and
affable. Then your children !
How beautiful they are, aud how sweetly
of
the
are dili'e
h
of
OPINION
E COUNTRY.
tlie
No foreigner of any perception what
coining here for tlie first time can
be perfectly astounded at tlie vast
country. I, myself,
it all 1 have seen in the East,
l South, wonderful, wonderful.
It far exceeds all my expectations. Tlie
comforts in traveling in your country
excel those of any part of Europe. As
know, I had my palace car all the
*, and traveled like a princess, and
everything that money could buy I had.
But tlie cooking I cannot endure. No,
, that is horrible. Whenever it
practicable l remained in
my dinner prepared by my cook, who
everywhere with luq. The only
als. with a few exceptions, that 1 at
all relished were those prepared by him.
must admit there is no cooking in
tlu* world like
"What city has impressed you the
most favorably ?"
"Ah, v
fail
5 of
!
to
and had
my o
soil
• to draw compari
t do it. We will talk of
•onderful city,
half as much of i
tailed, hut then 1 have been i
all tlie time. Its buildings
sons, hut 1
New York, it is a
and ! have
u
I
busy
simply
Their eondi
»r disgrace to the civilized
tiling to equal them in
uy part of the globe
that 1 have visited. Why, i
than barbarous."
pet
the
grand, hut its streets, hah !
»ries
»rid ; thet
filth and dirt ii
ti.-bl
worse
SlIH (1 UNI l',
W Ii«*«Im.
list
du.
r J'l
possihilitie:
euthu
siastically set forth by a lumber journal
as follows : Wo have h;
he
shown a model
He
a car wheel «•
stating of
of seven im lies ontward diameter by
half inch thick, fitted with a well pro
portioned huh, the space between the
hub and rim tilled with pine sawdust,
pressed iu so solidly that
believe th« assertion that
rim upon bearings, a pressure equal to 23
tons applied to the hub failed to develop
any signs of weakness. We hesitate, iu
these «lays of progress, to assert that auy
is impossible, and we begin to
think that even sawdust possesses ele
ments of value hitherto unsuspected, and
that the day
grounds adjao
by
up
gr
are ready
ding the iron
a
l.y
of
dis
re
New
This
of
but
mid
;
thing
when the filled
mills may be
to have a great value in the mechan
ical development aud utilization of the
now useless debris placed upon them to
it out of the way. Sawdust car
wheels, sawdust brick, sawdust fence
posts, railroad ties, aud
window and door frames, wainscoting and
ldings, begin to appear among the
possibilities of the immediate future.
i- all
sawdust
of
There seems to be
impression abroad
Uiat the long-looked-for memoirs of Prince
about to see the light
but it is positively asserted that there is
no chance of their being published for
three years—probably not for
ten.
Talleyraud
as
two '
1 eight

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