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VOL. LXXXII.--NO. 281.
WILMINGTON, DEL
ESDAY, PEB. 25, 1873.
PRICE 1 CENT.
*v
DAILY GAZETTE.
Commodore John P. Ullles, died nt bis rosi- 1
dence in this city last night, lie bnd been com-1
plaining of being unwell tor some time: but I
nothing aeriou* was anticipated by himself or
family. Yesterday ho loft the Navy Yard at
Philadelphia, and came home about as well a I
usual, and wea suddenly taken ill and died about
18 o'clock.
•udden death ef commodore Gillie
, , .
In commenting on the extraordinary evidence I
before iheJYlMon Credit Mobilier Committee of !
"j pJ!«""»" -
tnu Pacific Katlrood, which has been generally I
ch *? c £ r * < Lo? î he pro " " one of tbe " ost rc '1
""•"ble exhibitions of nnlntalllgenee on record,
the Albany Argnu refers to some facts brought out |
a faw years ago during the trUvl ol a suit brought I
° ue of , lho <>ri K hial *tocktaoUL
' p ' in "f" " ,en c 1 ûnue « ted
Vic. W ' ,0m WiS 1
In the course of this trial it transpired that in
stead of making the most favorable
outalde parties for the construction
L«S the TfSIk Appear.
Mr. C. P. Huntington, Vice President of tlic C'en
...
was J
.... „ . ..... .
"f l C* "ctÄrilMbt
selves to construct and equip the road nt a rate,
mb chanred by Mr. Hranuan ol two huiwlrt*d npr I
pent, above tbc actual and rcajouablc cost ol' the
work done. This was bol'oro the vc-ir lntsr Aftprl
that tlrau the same partios combined together, un
der the name of tho Contract and Finance Com
pany, and, without advertising or Inviting eompe
tition, took all the remaining contracts for con
tracts f..r constructing the road and telegraph
line, whereby it is sllcged many millions of dollars
were fraudulently obtained and divided among
the members of the inside Riui*
Perhaps'if Vice President iFuotlnetou was di
reeled to refresh his recollection by a careful pc
rusai of the testimony introduced iu the Braunau
case, be would b<* able to increase the Interest ol
with
_...
hla evidence as greatly ns Ôakee Âmes did after a
study of his little memorandum book. The Wil-1
sou Committee have made a straight forward,
manly rc|>ort Iu relation to the illegal doings ol
the Inside Ring of the Union Pacific road ; it re
mains to he seen if a Ring of speculators opérât
lug iu a precisely similar manner, and gaining
far grtmler spoils In connection with the coustruc
tiou of the Central Pacific road, are to escape with
fmpqqiQr t through the defective memory of eue ol
the (tante« most deeply interested in these fraud
uleut practices.— ,v. I . Sun.
j TtiB Cold Weather. I
New vm. xvi, aa n.» , u ,, I he
ÆiÂ^
Os-go. very* htgh wind, ' 12 above
above: Ukeltsneoffa. Tenu . U above ; lUchmoad,
Vn-, 11 above; Baltimore, 0 above; Whitehall, I
N. Y., « below ; Utiee. N Y r . 5 below • Montreal. I , w00
3 above. ' ' Montreal ' I
Wser Cmbstbb, Feb 24-The thermometer tl0
marked raven degrees below sero this morning, .
If niqwotdqrk V3, wmtth«dear, wah vary ten- ^
vr Wm<f from ihe northwest. ' I ttce
1
an
TaxasD FgarBKXs —Hr. Augustus Hall was
subject» to a cunt of lar and feathers by ttw iu
d i g ws m t and violent oilmens of Bradford, Coauec
, on Siturday night. Him perseout >rs claim
Mus Clara Bpinks, to whq|n the Hall family
were ander obligations, war thrust out of coiufort
t»a by them and permitted to dm m un
Oa tbe night mentioued a company ol
men went t> his bouse, called him out
able quui
Oitbduae,
went t> his house, called him out, I
stripped h'lL gagged hu ^ife wbo screamed «or
Irafe.rt n> '" eJ '° ^ 3 *' r UUJ I
__ _ I a
' v7...m.s
, ® ® ^ Rtordny.
lathe United States Sduato the credentials
itHnMu r> wiira , J!ei?'t t *i ,n i 0 i n i? <âna ÎL r ^ 1 ^ ! . tïr<>, i l
laid "" ' he '»ble. A
I lie consideration M: report inUte CMdweU "
ease, but it was voted down after discussion
yeas S3, nays 32. The bill providing for the lo
endowment of agricultural colleges was taken
up tad discussed until 0 P.M. At the tve
titan fiession the bending «lehnte was resumed, I
and Ml amendments wen voted down
In tho House, the river and harbor bill was
taqen up, and a variety of amendments were
adopted The committee or the judiciary sub
mitted u repott Upffn the resolution directing
inquriy as to the impeachment of anyofiicer
of the United Mates Government, in which it
is held that there is nothing in the conduct of
Vioe-President Colfax In his
transactions to warrant impeachment. Dis
senting report! on certain points were sul>
mitted by Messrs. Potter, Wilson and Good
rich.
After debate a resolution was qdonted or
dering the report to be fabled—yeas 131, nays
70. This actiuti defeats the Imposed impeach
ment of Mr. Colfax. Tbe bill to carry
effect the treaty of Washington in relatk
the fisheries—to which attention was called
by a message of the President-was taken
up and discussed until the recess. Tho annu
aidedetoney bill was made the special order
for to-day. At the evening session the bill
relating to the fisheries was again under dis
çqssion, and numerous speeches were delive
red. The Mil finally passed—yeas 145, nays
The House bill rent Ling to the distribution
of the Geneva award was substituted for the
Senate bill. The House concurred in the
majority of the Senate amendments to the na
val appropriation Mil.
at
Credit Mobilier
into
on to
30.
A Mini In Quebec.
TRAOIC gt'KNKR IN TBE PROVINCIAL 1IOC8E OF
AlflCMBLY DURINO AN ELECTION—TWO MEN
KILLED AND SEVERAL WOUNDED.
New Yor"., Feb. $«.— a JVibutu special
from üuehec aoys the nomination of candi
dates tor Quebec, Kant division, is the Provin
cial House ef Assembly, took place to-day.
At Ik o'clock a riot between thff Conservatives
party, lasting eu hour and a
u two men were kilisd and a
onpded. Pelletier candidate
arty was badly beaten. Con
iroughout the day.
West Cheater, on Tbareday last, by Messrs.
Cochran A NoUa priée» ware realised in the
sate o 1 31 oow* ranging from >19 to «71 per
bullawateoffared.su of w
l at figRres framfltotoWH;
pyml nil, 4i, Kwipty wm
National
half.
hic
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Oeven
r aoM
s.
aceotn pained by Attorney
and U eea ra d Ba b aea k , vtel
- 1 eaefarred with
ÄÄr*" 4
y
too
of Trade meat
ss of ImpcrtaBOE
should be prompt
■■•«ta Art».
,
boll
er
the
Edwin Adams, the dieUnguiabed Tragedian,
the «»temporary 0 f Davenport, Uooth and
House, on Friday 1 * and'saturdaj^Krenlnmû
Saturday Matinee, in his great character of
®n?®h Arden. Of the play
A '
With the pitiful story of Enoch Arden as
told by Tennyson m his exquisite verse, the
worl<li 8 f "miliar. Many a bright eye has
^n dimamd and many « fair brow shadowed
'by the sad tale of his misfortunes. Bnt if
sympathetic souls are so moved at the
ran
wa*
and Mr. Adams'
lUinel, of the 15th
ed
art
of
__ i mere
récriai of his woes, how must they be affected
when Enoch Arden appears in person before
them anil the tragedy is
»«nr eyes. And yet to this spectacle the
theatre going world has been accustomed.
through the representation of the character
by Mr. Edwin Adams.
Mr. Adams is an actor of transcendent
merit— one of the very best of thla awe_
whose record on the pages of dramatic ^iis
t»ry will bo so brilliant. *-*
eharacters " e hM " ~
i in person before
ctea before their
ena
... In many great
characters he has no superior, and In some he
has no peers. We never have been quite
satisfied with his appearance in Enoch Arden,
* Vun piot
h * rd, y s0 « m3 afford
I ^ , ®cop8 for tho display of Mr. Adams
matin«
* ®®klDj{ it hi> *'[>ßcialty. It Is tho
0I * [0 f c ^ T th . e Popular
f ri ' ri , n a, t0 e i e I a *? mn , d
?! \ ,la,ns E ? 0ch Arden l *
j "{^^er suited 1,11 P° p i*' ar ,
abundantly demons! ited by the presence of
*"« I !' aK V lftcen . t audl jnce whlch E»thered at
I t " e Academy last evening. Parquetts, and
I « ress circle and family circle were crowded.
î ud from even ttie upper fitallery many dark
faces ana C0l| l Wack «learned upon those
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ords
taste was

I Mr. Adams has materially changed Uis make
I "P sin ce he last appeared here, and for the
belter. If his personation has not improved,
j it is because there was almost no room for Im
provement. And yet we thought that in the
touching scenes in the third art, when, after
1 years of suffering, he returns a brokeu down
»Id man, to breathe Uis last In the home of his
1 boyhood, only to find that his very children
I have forgotten him, and that she whose image
I lie has borne imprinted on bis heart through all
tlioee weary years, has become the wife of an
I other, his acting was finer than ever before.
In bit interview with the jolly bat wane
I hearted mistress of the '-Kose,'' when
I he first learns tho awful tidings which
^."bSby'ilÂSfrwî ' "Ï&Ï'ÏÏaIL
coHnLse 'som htaframi^î «£E*h
I Snre^t whlnh
I , w00 , wa ? expressed which brought the hand
' I kerchiefs of many <>f the audlenoe Utotoqulnl
tl0 ,? » „„ .... „ . „
. U . ut ¥ r ' Ad ^."o 1 ® pe .f 8: ?* atU > a ®* K noch
^ rJen i3 1 *° l * Bl1 kn " wn 'hat any extendedno
I ttce would be superfluous. No one who can
1 appeclato dramatic genius can afford to miss
an opportunity u> seo Edwin Adams in any
character.
The sale of Seat's will commence at Bough
man, Thomas & Co's on Thursday morning
next.
or
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Scir Against the Erie Railway fob
E iBCTixe a Passen o*tt.
Mr. Reynolds, a merchant of Dayton, O, lira
brought suit against Ihe Erie railway fordnm
I sum amounting lo$30,000 for ejecting him from
I a train and inflicting damages that may prove
fatal. Mr. Reynold« says that he stopped at
Oswego ana rcsttme-i his journey on another
train. "When we had run about two miles
l'ft«l'*eed my ticket at the conductor's request
He to ,j rae i\ „„ . Not worlb „ d - n T, nJ
" ,at . 1 " u \ l >' ly my f ' r * ., l aod th ?
conJ '!? u>r hsving siopped the tram, endeavored
lo P uil me out - Failing :o do no alone, he ob
!*»»*<« the asistance of three brakemen, who
finally |Hi4ied me off ite rear pint fora, although
I had offered to pav toy fare again'"
Jj
mcrqrb will out—an inoianapolis man
CONKK3SE8 HR KILLED TWO OIRLS IN 1870.
Indianapolis, Feb. 24.—Wm. II. Bc«k, a
blind man, and a notorious character, residing
at No. 24 Douglass street, in this city, has
made a confession of the murder of two girls,
Mary Ilenuerly and Catharine Gumler, aged
eleven and nine years. The murder was com
mitted in June, 1870, along the banks of the
White river, near this oltv, and created a
most iutcuse excitement at the time, but was
surrounded by apparently tbe most impene
trable mystery, and no possible clue could be
obtained as to the guilty party. Beck was ar
rested early this morning He bas become
blind since the murder of the children.
Î
Dorchester (Mr) and Delaware Kail
road.—T he annual report of tbb road, running
from Sen ford loCambridge, bag been published
in pamphlet form, from which we learn that tbe
total revenue of the road tar tbe paat year ha*
been $22,791.89, being an increase of 6 per cen'.
over the receipts tar 1871- While the peach
crop was about one third abort, tho deficiency
more than tupplied by the increased expor
tation of small fruits- Linkwood sent off more
caches this year than Kast New Market, the
after vicinity exnorted more rirawherrira,while
jvirev's was ahead in raspberrige. Williamsburg
is ahead on the gooseberry question, and Cam
bridge in peaa- The treasurer'* report shows
tbe operating expense t of the rood lo be $16,
616.64, and the net earning* $7,175.25. The
president congralulatee the stockholder», upon
the constantly d«reloi>ii)K proepecto of tbe rail
road, and calls attention, by way of illustration,
to the fact thtat in 1871 «1,314 quart* or draw
berries were shipped over the road, as against
167,947 in 1872 and over a million quarts are
expected next win judging from the immense
number of plante «et out. They bave paid from
$300 to $600
was
a
a
per acre.
A railroad Conductor's Good Luck.
—Tha thousand-dollar bill which Conductor
McKinney took from s atrsoger on too owl
train, botwaanNaw Haveusnd thUctty, over
a year ago. is still on depotat, to Mr AfeKlnney '»
credit, at ooepffte
has amounted to over $140. It will bo re
membered that too conductorjWbentbebUI
was handed him, " =y*" *"-"
change it when he bed gone
syssï'.sssas'ra
the
bav
4
from
The huaband latoaaa to taaUfy.
CotmMjt «• al
Paiubbmu. February 24.-qbarte»Uoch
, „ Md John McCollum havcieen held to
boll tor cruelty to s bone. The afflbiaJ, hauling I
»V***. V* " tr »«L when * email chain *
•ttoehod to hit Jew and fattened to anoth
er eart In ad ranee. The hone „
tetter was then alerted, and the
the Jaw and tongue of the
necearitatlng hU being killed.
ran
wa*
to the
bom off,
It is ffenenUy believed that Été ease of
Senator Ueklwell, of Kansas, will iot be reeeb
ed this saselon, bnt will go over lo the next
Congress.
A divorced husband io Iodiena todk the doors,
windows and blind« of hia wife's retedeuc* as bis
share of llieir united earnings.
Small-pox is busy at Salt Lake, hot the saints
art so busy with other millers that they don't
have time to tbink about it.
Senator Bogy began bis career as a page in
the Missouri Legislature, when he drew a «alary
of fifty cents a day.
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' DICD.
MeCAFFERTY.—Oo the 2Rh iut, Laura, daugh
ter of John and Frauoas McCaffsrty, aged seven
months.
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vine, Rem l«., ma. I
thil; I
H*fK°sh ^oods. eousiating of Dry QmSs. Groceries, I
ted immedtauly*ou < thS'k*ent Co^rTSC*!? a'îî.
busiuew locality. Adjoining the> store k a Dwell
ing Home, tut table fur a man with lamllr.
leblU-Utf COMKUY8 \ BRO.
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fyt JP»U*#«4sr Rest.
1 2*0K RENT—Large Dwelling Howe. 12
rooms, good spring water iu the klteh
en and at spring home; garden, yards con
taining trees or pears and peaches, grapes- _ .
pretty situation, high and hanlthy; cow and horse 1
pasture if needed. Would suit for a family or sum- I
mer boarders; few miaute^walk^froa the village. I
Newark. Del.
1
ieb25-5t
■ j30R RENT—House No. lifts Market' 8L.'
-fi- smtahle tor a large family or boarding I«
house. :wr
Ruguire^at No. 602 Shipley street. .^Ki
A Bär« Chance tor a Tlnamitb,
Onacoountof costiaued ill hsalth.I i__
psUad to offer my Stock, Toula ami Fix tares for
It i* aa old establisbod and goes! business
situation, indeed tor n sermon ofg.nil.mt« engtui
one of tbe beet In the city.
Inquire at No. U8 Market street. Wilmington.
fehiT___ ff, T-DKaCON.
I 30R BALE—IB wr M Acrwn _
' Beadew within IM Illy RdpnlM.
The sutioribar offers tar »le sheet Bk 4U a
of meadow land, adjoiuing his flower adrv.ry and
trgek farm, bounded by the Garusebe rand aod Ihe
raeteway, aod by lands ef Gao G. Lubdell. and
witbia oat hundred yards of tbe Wilmington and
Waataru KailYoad. Tha property ts oortsin lo be
come valuable in time, and will be sold low.
JACOB L. BEOWN.
on tbs premises.
or
jun2fi If
» a « BALE.
Scveral fim-clam aarsn room I
Kirkwood street, four ou Eighth
low Pine,two ou Lombard above ttighth.
a pVi» tS *°Mocl5§£ bt"Î ÏÏ2SSS :em?n"
m
dse21 tl
YOU BALJE.
Twenty-five small Uoasm/from foar te
six rooms, io différant paru of tho oily.—
Friras ranging from IdOO to 11600.
Terms easy. J, H. FRAZER.
Rani Estate Agent.
Telegraph Building. 3d near Market.
H
dec20 tf
TOOK SALB CHEAP.-A pair of Mill Burn.
Jj French stonra. nearly n.w; ail«. 4 f.et • inebu
diameter, with spindle, step
E H. WILSON.
compl ete. Can be »ran at Red
Creek.
Newark, Del.
febU-d2w
TOOK RENT.— Possessio i atv«u lmmedia:
12 Th« spacious Hull no i Ante room iu ÛM
Building. »» King street.
Workingmen's Institute." Tbe premises
mirnbly adapted to Saoietiaa.
Associations. For .ant and
• i
h*
nnm oooop
fié
ti. «rary
Mosteal or
farther partir lari.
apply to'DR. CURTIS. 70t French street,
DR. CAMERON. 210 Market street. dx
>r to
16-ti.
TOOR SALE.— Th« two iteried building AMta
C and l»l buck, situated io Orange street,
between 3d and 4lh streets, adjoining the KIH
soap and candle manufactory. Thia prop-Stem
ertv has a front on Orange street of 66 feat, running
back that width 82 frat. Th* building bv a Utile
Î oration would make a large machine shop,
lo for many other manutaetnring guryose«^
6th 3t*. Wilmington.
•i
or would
For terms inquire of
No. 307 W.
j*a7-tnd'ftmarl
F OR RENT—Two large connecting Rooms
in tte third story of the SaVille Build
ing. for society meetings or for light maaa
factnring. Apply to ALEX. SaV ILLk.
fehl -If 312 Martel street.
"TOOK RENT.—The Urge Yard and Wharf proper
X? ty. fool of Orange street. _
Apply to J. A. HARRIS.
Jan2t-2awtf N. E. corner Front and Tatnall Sts.
in
W. A. REYNOLDS
Ciauical k Hathamatleal LutitaU
A Day kui Boarding Sckoei,
WILMINGTON. DEL..
Oueni Fall Term, September 2d, 1872.
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Î rENNETT SQUARE ACADEMY AND SEMI
L NARY. Chester Couaty. Fa. Whole expo us
to fi.5 per week, ao ritnu.
outUtt BUOHTLID GB A NORRIS
Notice.
vivas rawerther bra ibis «ay tuM bm »tue Me.,, J
A China en* Ola»ar«.Cnttey.ba.*sTterara ». g
g. _ -a i. -h» «ut ci nttan» tbe hutue
m^Eeîam Nutet -rera. Berartlally__
M.erarao. tathera «te bav.Jp» » fl am.» M m
uw wteperSwllt ««
W U attend «U
teatwe
en*«. ï.ta«»
halb -grues t y
euanuniK
•bd wbb
8MVTN.
wùb tbiuta t l h i l Niim «F Itwvt« teytb
I .Mbw wRbm« tara* .f g^ .rawrate te.Tgâ«
I irait» «faaiRtea M t te ■mlter ta.M Ttesbrak *
STJrSrate. —tex n sl N.taetOrafOfl.terara.
et Hr Uta« te t:«
ef
Meant
ef
dfft S a te «'
r. n* norm a i*oi a.
ara et t» ite » «W R.t
H. C SN1TCHER, M. D.,
wnjtiMTOH tn
/'''RAND OPIRA MOUSE.
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FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING;
AND SATURDAY MATINEB.
H. E. ABBEY
Manager
Only sppesraucs of the distinguished Traf ad Un
MR. EDWIN ADAMS!
IN HIS FAMOUS SPECIALTY OF
"A shipwieek sailor, waitina for a sail.''
"No sail front day to day."
PRESENTED WITH A FULL. COMPLETE NEW
••RK DRAMATIC COMPANY. AND PRO
DUCED WITH NEW SCENES AND
MEC1IANICI. EFFECTS. GOT
TEN UP EXPRESSLY FOR
MR. ADAMS' PRES
ENT TOUR.
AO and 75 cents.
.One Diollsr.
and after Thurs-1
General admiseion
Reserved seats ..
At Boughtnan, Thomas it- Co'
iy mornmg. J. W. ALLINSON, Agent.
da
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TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 25th.
I old,
Que
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And an excellent Company.
CHKSNEV WOLD. I
From Dieken'e Bleek House.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. I
ADRIENNE l.ECOUVKEUM. I
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Se^U can be Meured al Buugbmau, Tbomaa A Co's-1
Admission. ..... 75 cents I
Baleosy...^«.. . . .
Keserved seats 25 cents extTa.
Z"'' RAND OPERA HOUSE
VT
JOHN T. FORD.
J ANAUSCHEK,
QUEEN OF TRAGEDY.
Supported by
SOMERBY'S I
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Peculiar Entertainment I
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AT ODD FELLOWS* HALL.
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TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.I
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FABIAN. the Wiaard; CASSELLETI. the Peer- I
Violinist; VIVALDI, the Jraiuocciniat I
Go a.d get a GOLD WATCH or a SUIT OF FUR
NITLRt 1
»... «a m .a av %_ r * c .
TiokeU, 2 d cent«; family ticket* fadmittirç 5 per-1
>ns) |1. febtw>-tf^ I
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Bv ceneral request, the Concert ojlke l NION M. 1
S. SUNDAY SCHOOL will be REPEATED on |
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WILHDfBTON ROLLER SKATING ASSEM- j
INGS from 8 to W «/dock;
WEDNESDAY AFTER
NOON for Ladies : SAT
URDAY AFTERFOON.
for Children, from 4 to 6.
Admission
C. S. MORGAN and
J. WAIN WRIGHT.
Managers
...50 centa
tebW-Tt
LAST THREE NlttHTM
OF
FEBRUARY 25. 26. 27.
tame BsmdrM Prenemta lightly.
TO BE REPEATED.
rartSEAT CYEN1NO NEXT.
FEBRUARY CTlh,
AT THE CHURCH.
Sieging tu commence at 8 o'clock.
Adult tickets..
Children'» tickets
feb22-to
25 cents.
15 cents.
BUES,
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St Mary's College,
to
TUESDAY. THURSDAY
and SATURDAY EVKN
25 cent*.
febis tf
UlMtBt*onl Sale of Wittier fi'lolli
■»ff
To make room tar
BPUflNCi ta ltd SB MW HU BTOf'flC.
GREAT BARGAINS !
Fin« line of Gents' Fnrnishlni floods^constantly
■ ■ j. wbsley canary.
Excelsior Hail. 406 Market street.
in
ianKMv
Wants.
nrANTED—To hny orrent a Mill- Tbo«oh
W ing a good Orist Milt to wit or renUpti
address *New Castle" at tin* eMeo. f«bli-S
I NVBSTMB 1 TT
SECURITIES.
Tte Northern Pacific Railroad Company, throngh
ÏÏntelraî^nu 1.7. 0 / iteP. After thorough in
■sästü Â îiÆriS,:
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LEADING FEATURES :
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I. Tbe ta»* 1« limited »ISO.«* r mile of reed
hleiaGoIJ
The
n
ta. New York.)
A The rate of Iaterest i* 7 3-1» per «rat- pu aa
K5TS*S{ÄfSSi ,Ä -^ h ~"' w '
4. The Bernds a»
aïr' 1 «
a* tte te
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PUBLIC SALE.
Tha subscriber, ha vine rented his farm,
will »II without re-erve, on SATURDAY,
the 1st i .y of March next, at his residence
at Summit Bride-. Del., 'the follow»«
Stock and Farmioc Utensils, rut: Consisting of tea
(10) head of Horses, among them are on* pair of
Cola fire rears eld. well matched, centle and kind:
superior dnrina mare, the balance jtood drivers
and workers: l pair of medium sited Mules. 3 yoke
of Oxen. 6 bead of home-raised milch Court. 1 train
tbraeher and eluaner. 1 endless/:hain, 3 horse power
iuttcood order, 3 corn »hellers, wh.-at drill with
phosphate attachment. 1 steel tooth wheel rake, 1
itxcelslor reaper and mower combined. 1 roller, 2
firm warons. 2 ox-carts. 2 ahittinf ton York vs
eons, one of which is new. never been used; 1 two
seat family carriage, nearly new; ploughs, harrows,
cultivators, ha.: set of light double carriage bar
ness. 2 vets single harness, 2 sets stage harne m. lead
rears, plow gears. 2seta cart gears and other things
not enumerated. Also, lot of sugar cured hams
and shoulders, pickled pork by the pound, potatoes
and apples by the bushel.
TERMS OF BALK.— AU sums under cash: aH
sums ol 120 and upwards a credit of 12 months will
be given by the purchaser giving a negotiable noto
with approve i endorse.
JAMES NICHOLSON
Ieb24 fit
WM. ENOS. Auct r.
piBUC MALE
OF
Stock and Farming Utensils
OF W D. COR NOG.
The undervigned, hiving rented his farm, will sell
*t Public Sale, on hiv premises, in Baic ader bun
drei, on the road leading troin Newark to Couch'd
Bridge, one mile from the former.
On Tuesday, March 4th, 1873, *
115 HEAD OF HORSES AND COLTS.
No. 1. Bill; bay herse, eight years old,
sound, a g-'od leader and family horse.
Frank; browa horse, eight yearsl^^Tt
old, sound, a reliable horse. -Alt» si
No. A. Dave; dark bay horse, fiveyears old,sound.
Que style and action.
No. 4. Fanny; bay mare, sound. Grat rate trader,
and will werk anywhere, eicht years old.
No. 5. Tom: chestnut sorrel, a well bred stalHon
eleven years old, kiad and gentle, and will werk
T old. a
good brood mare, kind and gentle, has trotted a
I ""n o.L ' Dauy; bay mare, five year, old. fia. step
ran driv^hir* * ** * " ,ouU,; *° **""• 4 U " y
I .^ 0 of H - # Uadv Fashion; chestnut sorrel, four yrars
I m^nates^d'b'a* nîaOSiï ofhrinî^erî fî.t* ,B 1
I " vrâ o * ivAn. v* pr V spe vf *>«»"* \«ry fa«t.
,9®ir Te * n
I Uawk stock, half sister to No. * verj *ro
mixing.
So. 1*. Tom: roan colt, four years eld. heavy
built; will make a good draught horse.
No-11. Mike; sorrel colt, four years old. Prince
Albert stock, kind and gentle. ..
No. 12. General Grant; sorrel, three yean old, of
fine style and action, very promising.
No. 13. Dexter; brown colt, two years old. Iliack
I *toek. of line sty le and action, and very hand
1 No. 14. Nelle: boy colt, two years old. sired by
I Chartas Murphey , Uambletoaua, sad dame, very
I hard to surpass.
.Ko.»- Wiug Alfred. Jr.: bay «Olt. ...
j sired by Lobdedl s thoroughbred horse King Alfred.
0 ?* 11 ?. »Wie an« action; dam, (No3.> Wortby or
I the attention of ntv«n of fioe fleck.
KIGU T COWS, tune in profit tfnd others
.liar comm* in profit; 4 Heiler»,
J b taJ nflLe m profit, hnif A.dernev; 4 Caire»,
one year old. halt Alderney; 1 thoroughbred l>wr
I ham Bull: * Shontf Chenier County W hues.
I 1? ARMING IThNsILS-l l< i «iuob. 1 three or
1 track wagon. 1 bnmd wheel hay wagon " mark
. dear boni u 11 h three spriairs. 1 -hiftio* toy tern
w j th ihouipeun A PasdmU's make; 1 kukl
I track sulky with road w he« G extra. 1 trotting wa-
goo. 1 light skeleton. 1 two-horse steif h. Buckeye
mo wer and reaper with aeif-rake. new. only beau Ml
. ure one season; 1 loeklever steel tooth hor'c rake, I
1 National hay and fodder cutter. I Pcwftoek eerw
| »heller. I lloberu' grain Lan. a superior article; i
grain drill uiih phosphate attachment. 2 g ruin cra
•iles. 1 wheelbarrow. 1 wheel eultirater. 3 hand
tirators, 4 plows, 1 pair twin harrows, lurks, rakes,
»hovels, »padarf, grubbing hoe. 2 picks, post «paue.
bay knife, cross-cut saw. maul and wedge*, b r oa d
and pitching axes, double and single trees, forked.
Hitch, log. ox. cow and other chains. 25 grain bags,
harness. Asets of lead h-irness. 2 sets of breweh har
ness, 2 sets of heavy stage harness. 2 sets of plow
harness. 1 set of express harness, 1 set of double ear
. riage harne»«, i set of single harne**, line*, collars.
j lead and check lines. All Ihe sbov, ancles ars bevi
within the last year.
DAIRY FIXTLREA.-A let of « quart milk
churn'. 3 twenty and i eighteen quart cans, a tot of
milk nans, buckets, churn. <tv
POULTRY'—25 pair of full breed Brahma chick
ess. ducks, and other articles too tedious to mention.
Sale to commence st 11 o'clock.
. TERMS—AH sums of 335 and upward, a credit «#
| ù moulhs will be given. Under $2i cash.
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W. D. CORXOG.
L. W. STIDH AM ac <0N'. Auctioneer*.
W. ItKYXOLDSdi Co-, der«.
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ftiirnrss.
W. B. THOMPSONq
adJIe, Harnaîï and Collar Maker,
COG West I'Toat Struct,
2VILMINGT0X
DCi-twatt.
A lull a sor«sent of
Single and Double
Carrisg». i'art. ISrav
and Wagoa Ite n sra » t .
coBstantty on hand
and matte So o rde r -
g
AtiJubbiuc iMiwcutaL
!» atteudcl to. *
H »Tier obtain— t II»
right tar the State of Delaware tor Etonian « F»
tent Breast Collar, w hich is one of the most benefi
eialdUcoveries for the hot*» Wat has been invested
for along lime, and will te a lasting benefit to the
hone ami owner, it being so conhtructed that rae
horse is perfectly Ire« abeat tbe threat nafi
choked and ehsftal on tte breast, as is done ty the
collars now used. new
€oal and Wood.
COAL! COAL I
TH5 KNTKRPRISg C0»L
t * ver» snperiir article, free ef dirt and slate,
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