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DAILY GAZETTE
C. P. Jobnsw, Kntxoa an i'aoPBixvon.
Tea D.ilt Gaiitti is pablishsd »very afternoon,
axospt Sunday ) at 416 Markst street, end served hr
carriers to tabaeribers in all parts of Wllminetoa
aad .tbe sarroandins town, and Tillagos, for aix
cento a weak. parable weekly. Yearly subscribers
63. in advenes.
The DELAWARE GAZETTE, wubliahed 176«.
is the tartest and neat tonriahint weekly in the
State, and ha, a lamer circulation than any other
on tbs Peninsatar. Published every Friday morn
ing at ,2 a year, in advance.
Th« Removal of the County Seat.
A delegation of the in cm bora of the Bar Asso
ciation of Ibis county, beaded by Senator Bayard
went to Dover, on Wednesday, to confer with the
members of the Legislature and urge tbe paaaage
of an act authorising the removal of the county
aeat to Wilmington. There waa a meeting of the
members of the Legislature held iu the Hall of
the House of KeprcseuUtires, which waa forcibly
addremed by Messrs Bavard, Harrington, Lore
and Higgins. These gentlemen have ail carefully
examined the question, and they advocate tbe re
moval as a matter of economy to the county, aa
well aa convenience to the whole people. Mr.
Bayard save the "interest on all the county would
be required to expend, would be saved from the
extra mileage that tbe county w as 'compelled to
pay for the attendance of witnesses from Wil
■uington." Mr. Lore "believed that the saving
would not only keep down the interest but in ten
years wonld pay off the principal." Mr. Harring
ton (bowed that the amount to be raised ouUide
of Wilmington wonld not exceed *15,560. Mr.
Higgins urged the matter and concurred iu what
had been said.
The Sherman Scandal,
le still a topic of conversation in Washington.—
The Ways and Mesne Committee of the House
on Tuesday examined some witnesses from tbe
Banken' and Broken' Board ot New York. Let
ten read placed Judge sbrrraan in n very embar
rassing position. They indicated that white he
had not rendered tbe aervioe for which ha con
tracted, be had, in order to secure tbe pay for ser
vices, as he says, performed by othen, made rep
rosontatione to the broken that were contradicted
by the facts and the testimony he now gives. It
ii said the J udga is liable to be impeached not
withstanding the efforts oi hit brothen. tbe Gen
eral and Senator.
Bipabllran RhirMlag rot fax.
In the House of Representative! yenerday, Mr
Wood offered a resolution directing the Judiciary
Committee to report article« of impeachment
against Vice President Colfax, it in their judg
ment, the testimony taken by the Poland Credit
Mobilier Committee thonld warrant articles of
impeachment. The resolution was rejected by a
vote af 109 to 105. Tbe Democrats all voted for
the reeolation, and ell the Republicans against
it, except Beatty of Ohio, Butler and Banka of
M aa e a ch ue e tte, F arnsworth of Illinois, Porter of
Yngiuia, Stevenson of Ohio, nnd Smith of Ver
mont
POMcROY.
It is now said the Pomeroy Com mitte« have
■ammonead so many witnesses from Kansas, that
there will not be a quorum left in tha Legislature
t > do business. This infamy ongLt to arouse the
people to a tense of shame which such a ategma
casts upon the couutiy. Pomeroy ooght to be
expelled. But the Badical Cenata Will let him
bold on until the 4th of March when his term ex
pirât.
Bribery In Iowa.
The Iowa Legislature is under full headway
w.th its railroad corruption investigating commit
tea. It hss had rx-Uovernor Merrill betöre it,
and he asked a day's delay before he would an
swer the question w bother he knew of any raii
road money having been used to corrcpt the
Legislature. Hon Mr. Waldon is summoned, among
oihar witness«, to assist iu tracking up the
o Tenders.
Government Postal Telegraph
Tne Washington Chroniclt is urging Congress
to authorize the Post-office Department to pui
chaae the old telegraph linos or erect new ones.
It says ;
"The President has declared himself earnestly
in favor of th* project ot th* Postmaster llooaral,
that it was a public necessity, and would com
mend itself to all but thorn who enjoy the benefits
of the present monopoly, lie regarded the mo
nopoly aa dangerous because it was above the tew
regaining common earners."
Hxxar Wann Bkechkb aslu : "Is there a Ten
Comman d ment« in politic« different from tha Ten
Comman dme nt« in paivete life ?" and then
cud! to answer hie own interrogation by saying
that "that which is true in tha household u tha
kind of truth that is required in the store ; that
whieh is right m private life u the kind ot honor,
and honesty which is required in pablic life, and
no man has a right to relax his oonactenca m any
way, and tha tergsr the sphere tha mors vigorous
should ha man's requis i ti o ns upon his conscience-"
pro
Cungromional dcaiere in Cradit Mobiliar stock
■kould make a note of them teaching«.
PicrrBX of York.— -The man who "put np the
Job on Senator Pomeroy, Alexander M. fork
who appears aa tha principal witness again«'
*?.; *"*" ~Ui» under medium
height, of alight build, and la apparently about
lony-flve years of age. In complexion he la
quite dork. He has black hair and blue eyes, and
• ,uU hut naher «hört and thin beard and
moustache. HU features are re rater, and when
he «mice hs display« his upper front teeth. Hi.
eyes are somewhat annken, and when be la inter
ested become considerably distended. He Is
rather aa amiable-looking gentlemen, and pbre
nologteaUy speaking, U a "long-beaded
in the comm it tea room he seemed
at hU ease — H'ut/unfton Utai.
man."
to be entirely
Lioat W Daaxxau.— "Two Rabbis,'■ says a
Jewish legend, "as they drew nigh to Jonsalem
star a fox running upon tbe hill of Zion. At the
>lgbt Rabbi Joshua wept, but Eitexar «tilled
'Wherefore do« thou smile ?» eakad th
wept. »Nay, wherefore do« tboa «ran » seid tb«
other. »I weep,' replied tbe Rabbi Joshua, 'be
cause I see fulfilled what is written in tbe Lamm
rations; Because ot Uie mountain of Zion, which
is desolate, the fox« walk npou
" »And therefore do I smite,' said Rabbi Eiferer
'for in the eign th« Uod hath fulfilled bis threat
SÄ iw?*'**** 0> * a( * (n ' 01 bto v™» 1 -
H.'
Truly, to the haart tb« Usas lays hold upon
tha promises, the darks« ' eioud" has "a silver
lining."
. Mr- VffRbMUBgen, off Kentucky, claim« to
»
»
Am KtliMrAlMry tar||i(«l Ol wMil«
The Lamctl give* an account of an cxtraordl
operation in which the nerrea of the left up
per extremity, from their origin at the vertebral
column almoat to their Ineertlon at the hand, ware
raised from their beds and subjected to atretchiu)
and pulling. The patient waa a soldier, who bat
been atm
end of a musket, ant)
was the moat violent
ot the upper extrem!
narv
of the neck by tbe butt
lowing tbe Injury there
■action of the muscles
by a lots of sen
This continued
for nearly two years, when the operation was |*r
formed by making three long Incisions, one on
the arm, one in the axilla, ana over the left cal vi
de ; the nervea were raised, submitted to the ma
nipulations described above, then returned, and
wheu the wounda healed the paru ware entirely
restored to their normal (täte .— Sa ibner'ê far
Hardt.
on tbe n
oed
WoMDEftrwL Discovert.— Ninety aix phy
sicians of Montreal have signed a declaration
regarding aloohol and say "that total abstin
ence from Intoxicating liquors, whether fer
mented or distilled, is consistant with and
conductive to the highest degree of pbysieal
aud mental belth and vigor." This may be
considered a wonderful discovery In Montreal,
and the physicians deserve credit for announ
cing it
Jltovrs. tf itnrnrr. &c
What the People Want
IS A
FIRE PLACE HEAiER,
s at Ihn same
That will heal the room
it beats np stairs. We have this in tbe
CHAMPION FIRE PUCE HEATER.
It is a Perfect Heater, bo h up Maim and down.—
it take« its draft from tbe top, thereby making n
perfect Base Burner.
For sale at
It. MORRISON'S,
403 Shipley street,
only Agent for Wilmington.
janld-'m
insurance Companies.
THE New CANIX»; «.Oi ATT
MIL INSIRIMB COMP'V.
Office:—INSTITUTE BUILDING,
2INSURES AGAINST FIRE
Houses and all other kinds of
Buildings, with their contente,
Far periods of Um vauring from throe months to
a term of yoars.
WILLIAM TATNJWLl! WIlLiaM CANBY.J
JAMES BR \DFURD, OHO. RICHARDSON,
John gcyek, samt, canby.
. W. HOLLAND, CLEMENT B
EDVV'l* BRINGIUTRst, JAMES RIDDLE,
EDWARD T. BELL AH. A. P. SHANNON,
ASHTON RICH AH.DSflN.GEO. H. BATES,
M. CLEAVER.
iILLIAM
.SMYTH.
OH AS
M
TA1NALL. Prea't
fehl»
it
Sxu'l D 4 RH 1 TX ftea'rv
DELAWARE FIRE
INSURANCE tOftlPANY
Ho. 006 Market Street,
.WIUfrNOTON. DEL.
Chapter F ar welaa l -
iiaar' Ha#/ term of years. or7
Sorpetual Insurances at Oieatly
Reduced Rates.
Losses promptly adjusted and paid.
Iasare against lots or daouca by Aretes late at
*iy other company.
Inter; orals
1
„ . DIRECTORS:
Gro. W.Srsaxa, Wu.Csxbv, Faixcis Bsatv,
Jobs P. McLbsb, W», 11. bwirr, Ws.G. Giasoss,
Jons R.Tstcb, »so. W. Bubs, Gao. W. Stosb.
„ . WILLIAM CANBY, President.
F. L. GlLPIB. boeretarv. aoräj-TO
Clorks, ifirrlry.
WATCHES AM* JKWELKY.
C. I. BUSH,
8.89 MARKET STREET
WILMINGTON, DEL..
D lulling JEWELRY, PLATED WARE and
CLOCKS REGARDLESS OF COSTS,
te close out tha tteek.
Gold aad Silver Watch«*, Gold Vest, Leontius
rent, lees than
ilmington.
•»"Please call and see the prices. Repairing
promptly attended te. feb6
and Oners Chains un per
any other Jeweler in W
PRESTON AYAR8.
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER
and dealer in
FINE AMERICAN AND SWISS WATCHES.'
ÇJO CW yLAS3 1 KS, , fcü swratrar
*1*404 King 8t..Wilmington, Del.
Particular attention paid te repairing in al!
its brancha« also, changing speetaei. glaeeee. Has
a good assort ment of glasses eonetaatly on haad.
The pablic era cordially Invited te call and ex
amine in stack, and learn my prime.
KYK
tffisatlr
GEORGE JACK.
No. SOS Market (alt.
WATCHES JEWELRY« AC
SPECTACLES k EYE GLASSES—
MELT v— sCgOLD, SILVIIK AND rubber
FRAMES,
Wa claim from oxporioaas to salt every
peeoliarity « Impaired viaiada aad ia every
cess guar acts* satisfaction. Oar fooilitiss
M
at wa oan
.it
itom'sr teafswboa*
a to suit
. a.—Urn store sbo
a* sir ist in all its
mt M ATt HM. CLOCK» Ud
JCWBUIT,
At Vo. 19 Eut Fourth Stroot
VVILMIN «M t
JU3Ê. rÄ'Ärt.'i.'.C'JTX
k
d «rast.
vs
ten»-lr
jr
tbs tetoM aad susti
eial al tan Lioa te his
parlor artiste,
ul lima Ate«
sUvar sad
is
M.
la
ISM
MM
inr
T H * (ItLlDAT 8KAMS.
K. BRINOBURST * CO.
.
up
Move.* Ana assorts«»t of nssOal and fass» artietas
•aitabls lor Holiday Present,, oowpiuiai
Klennt Coloras Seta.
Faaey Thermometers.
Tollst 8tts.
Flee »air Brushes.:
on
vi
Dressing Oasea.
SmelUa« Bottles.
Puff Baxes spd Paffs,
Toilet Mirrors,
. Sachets;
scotch Plaid Goods. Fine Psrfnmerr**uf *Äsnoh.
EnxlWi and American maaafhoture. with many
Ä d,rt "tai içaggiar'
corner Cth and Markst Stsïfôlmlaetoa. Dal
Delaware Carpet House,
S09 Market Street, above Third Street
IWILMTNGTON, DEL.
Thschsapest place in the Stats o bay year
0A.RPETB, OIL OLOTHS, MATTIH08
and WINDOW SHADES.
lb at
HENRY a REBE'B,
30V Market St root.
N. B,—Rea Carpal wot n to order
olio*, and lowest marks! r«*«i
the short*
VylS-ly
larawarr ana ^Rafbtnrry.
WM. GREEN * Co.
Suoce eon to Pedrick, Green k Co.,
Importers and Demies« in
IRON AND STEEL,
K 0K -
S. B .CORNER OF
TU1RD AMD SHIPLEY NTS.,
Have always on hand
a full assortment of
IRON AND STEEL.
Best brenda of Ameri
gfiAV can Hämmere i A Rolled
a èk Ban, English Refined
Ban of all aires. Band,
Slit Iron.
Noil Rods
and Anger Shape«, Gal
vanised and Blsoksheet
Iron, Cut, Shasr, Blis
ter German Swede,Spring, Tire Machinery and
V.'
»
and
orwa
£
Steal.
aalth, Coach, and other Hardware— Horte Snoei
ne Shoe Nails. Borax. Bolts, Clip«, Nate. Waah
—, Malieaole Castings. vfavon Boxes, Sprinirs, Ax
les, Spokes Felloes.Shafts; Bows. Ac.,CarriageCan
yaos.Oll Carpets Rattinatt, Enameled Top aad Dub
Leather, and Coaeb H ardwere of all kinds; Iron Wire
Galvanised Nails, BabbitMetuI, Load, Breiter, Ban
os Tin, Sheet Zinc. Re., Grindstones, 'rank, and
Rollon, Back Chaias.Ae . Ac.
. thi'and other Tools—Anvils, Vice* Bellow«
lee*. Hammers, Shoeing Koivee, F Is«. Rasp,
^^tgJeDrili,. Tire Bsndsre, Twere Irons, Stock,
All of which will bo «old at van low price«, whole
•4» totalKfor onah or approved credit.
Mo reh 6. 1667.— «longa
Smi
ESTABLIBBEr IFS7.
fMdNTIRE A JAMES.
DEALERS INI
BUILDING AND FANCY
HARDWARE,
pARPKNTER'S TOOLS,
PAINTS, 2 W GLASS' AC.
ALSO.
ROSENDALE CEMENT
204 Market Street.
WILMINGTON. V'
aar36-l
UJKiUiTT. KK1VT & (!0„
llaPOKTCRl^AND^llAHDFACtDRXK,'
IRON,
STEEL,
HARDWARE
AND
CiOACH MATERIAL,
Hava the
Lnrgwt Stock of Goods n tbe State
in their Ua*.
aad Beat Assorted Slock fa the Veiled States
Nos. 205 fc 207 SJüploy fc 210 k 212
Or Rage Streets,
WILMINGTON. URL,
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w. H. ALUMCOSTO * «Ra,
Co. «er Stil end Merkel Streets, end »ran.
dywlne Vlllaoe.
Uâtl'
GROCERIES »st AS.
HP 1CKH, Ar.. A • .
also tx
LOCOIT ■OUMTAIM AMU WHITP tr
»
COAL.
OrJ«ra f«r COAL l«ttat th* Y»rd In Ui»u<ly« k nn Vil~
|i|p, or it tUIr linn, eormr Btb lid Murnt itmti.
U llmiDRtDo, will rteei»* pminpl •ttGfiti«»*».
*. V.—2.«40 It*. in th* ton
ai>
MEW fiKUI/KBY STORE
N. W. Cor. Foarih aad Market Ml..
WILMINGTON. DEL
rattas s;®
ublte conerally that ho hsarnnplst-WW
la naw store,and haaopanod with a stuck
GROCERIES"'UGARSI AND MOLASSES.
Lovarintoruabod,granulated and pulvarlaod Sugars
M »oft, whit* andoofio* augars.
" Syrup, and all kinds ofMolamaa.
014 GovernmentJava Coffee. Leguire, Marios i bo.
Rio, Green and Roasted Oof •« tbs fiaas' Black and
Green Teas. White and Bad Wheat Family Fjofir.
new Buckwheat, all kinds of pure Sploo*. Sara ne»,
all klnda of Canned Fruits. Preach and English
Mustard. Pure Oliva Oil. Walnut. Maehroon and
Tomato Catsup. English and Aweriean Pickles, Jel
lies, Cheese, Freeh Roll BatUr. Baker'. Cocoa aad
ChooolaU, Varmaoalli, Huceroni, W ashing Boen
treat variety. Toilet Soap. Silver Gloss Starch, Cur
Santa, Raisins, Citron, Atmore «.Minos Meat. Dried
Peaches and Apples. OranberriV Brooms, Painted
Buckets, Brushes. Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow
Candles, and all articles usually kept In a well ae
eorted Grocery Store. Call
ot sa* n
in
JT. MARSHAL HARLAN.
I (Successor to Xdw. L. Rice.)
GROCER
AT THE OLD STAND,
ISTO. a B. SECOND MT.,
Opposite the Lower Market House,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE,
F (nr Teas, IKhcs # l-iomn
Champagne Wine,
uperior Ham«, Claret Wine,
tiling end Cotton Twine, Choice Old Scotch
and Ilya Whiskey«.
y Float,
oico F
nlv14
HERMANN AHRENS,
GENERAL [PROVISION DEALER,
"No 23 Catnall 8treet,
WILMINGTON DEL.
Would reepectftilly nneoonee
to his friends and tbs publie that
he still carries on tb* Meat busi
tess ot th* old stand, and will
teep constantly on bend the
tptt qu#lity ot
SUGAR-CORED HAMS
DRR8.
FLITCH. SH
LARD,
«5o 8 S F KS. a... Ac.
All of which will ha sold wholoeale and rataU at tha
3AU3A
li
lo
customers fo
a ooptinnano
sartlt
assoie.
£AVB TOUR
JioascT
AND BUY YOUR
Teas Coffees and Fine Qrooeries,
From jhakgat selected stocks of tha NEW XOR
1 ' k * T " "Vr^.njRCEj
a»(1
FIRST IUTI 0 N.iL BiSS
OF WILMINGTON.
DuposiUry of tbe Public Moneys,
Am
Financial Agent of the United Etatea.
EDWARD BETTS, Prealdent.
U. D. ARMSTRONG, Caahier.
9400, ooa
CAPITAL,
lh oil acting and Exchanging of Govern*
omit Securities attended to for
a entail commiaaion.
i) alphia and New York Exchange fttrn
iabed to regular Depositor«
without charge.
fora meet on Mondays and Thursday
at 8.SP A. M. for discount.
IT
The Mechinica Saving» Bank,
No. 4 Went Third St.,
W1L NGT0N DEL.
Umra open te raaeive IJepoaiU aad make Pay
» ■aata daily, axmpt Sundays, from la. m^ until
m_ and on Tuesday and Saturday areniage
cm 7 to • o clock.
MA AGERH
* Jaaax Bsian, Lawn Pavavta.
Jsvxs Baaproaa Caaat.u wtvjia,
ferfîSr £tf.'«t ll0<Wl,T -
J. P. W.I.RB, OBOBdB ».
Kv*k Hiob, p. F. JounaoM,
'G
•CBS.
. TowBgaxa.
•sus
Bo Ma
sUtatioa
Mowed to borrow aay funds of tk*
A H GR1MSH A*W SM3ffSÜSS&.
ls*-ly
TH* ABTIZAffio 8AVINGS BANK,
No. 602 M»rkot Btrset,
I% WUmiagton, Datewars.
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aayaftbafaads
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waaaEavrè,
mîST^any,
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iistss W. Itruis
iziz-ain:'™.
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Uri ft»**»
209 REW
•*. t
I 209
SMITH & WEST
r.tt< ■
MAHhET MTEBBT.
»
W E have now opened a handsomsCant osaa
i lets tins of lanov and staple;
DRY GOODS.
comprising«) tbs newest dooixna and moot rail
sbis maki*. I n oar domestic goods wo tsvs ns
Ubm* at tht lowest ntu, and wa solicitai tunl
notion -.1 our stock generally. 1
ITH A WEST
Marketstreet.
lyll-1»
WM, Be SHAKP.
No. 4 East Third Street
lias optoeil a full iworimt&l oij
NEW AND SEASONABLE
DKY GOODS
Handsome Dress Fabrics, splendid « anil ties ef
BLACK SILKS JAPANESE SILKS ftc.
Always on hand a full stock of |
MOURNING GOODS,
Hneaf ***** ' tT, * , " d ,no * t "I 1 »*» 1 » toakaa. A
[DOMESTIC GOODS,
At the lowest rates*
WM. B. SHARI»]
* <•»« Tklrd Itroot,
WILMINGTON. DR
aprt-lv
OPENING.
33 NEW STYLES OF
LADIES' CLOAKS,
NEW DRESS GOODS,
BLACK and COLORED SILK,
SATIN. APAPA0A, MOHAIR,
FRENCH and IRInH POPLIN.
Oar Cloak apd Dressmaking Department U nn
ten' he of 6r«t clue Cuttere end Fit
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN
*36 Market »treat.
furniture, «r.
LEWIS F. ADAIR,
116 King Street, Wilmington. Del.
Hoo on hand at his Farnltare Warerooms.
a terse amort ment of .
FIRST-CLA8S FURNITURE,
oonsliting in part of Bareaas. Bedstreda Tahlsa
Chaiys. botss. Lopnger, belt«««. Looking Glassoa
Maitraoses, Blipds. which will besold at the lowaa
mty pries«, the public are respectfully Invited U
call, examine ais goods and learn his erisw.
ap8-tt
QVU A SlLUS,
(Successors to 8. A T. MoClary.)
Bo. 60S MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON. DEL..
FURNITURE WARc ROOMS.
A full aaeortmentlot the latest atvlaj nf CaUaat
W c. r n •* 't* '«»a« vrioaa.
CaHWora purchasing atee-h^«.
A MILLER.
COTTAGE
FURNITURE
AT
L. F. HICCIÜ8 1 ,
No. 221 West Second Strut
»WILMINGTON, DKL.
aovl7tf
REMOVAL I
THOMAS MITCHELL.
yURXlSHlXQ UXDER1AKKR
"•ved from tk* N. W. *oru*r of Fifth sal Fraadk
«treat! te
NO. 4M KINQ BTRKMT
™»anMsfiar
Burtel'
• t.
-sas.-'""
k
gj TUM BRCOKD STREBT
rflFURNITURE STORCef
*3V N. SECOND 8T„ PHILADILPHlT!^^?
»Tha Old Stead aatablUhad afiyaart, triomphant ia
FlIRiITVRE.
Daring tbe recant depression In hasiaas wa laid ia
fer easb ekaapwt and be« assorted stock ia fhaaltV
Straw, Husk. r.veeUior and 8
HL Parlor alts Ui< hols tars
ni
Second St., aber«
Furnitur« «uff vnuii
No. 410 KING STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.
■WregU 'Y» .reipectfuliy. infer» tha atliaaaa ol
ässa sas^g
TJ5S5
made to or

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