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A ROW AT TH« ALTAR.
A Bum Oiim to mi Sutsb's Mar
maos AND »BOOTS ABOtnro.
A startling episode, which uam* Dear ending in
n tragedy, occurred in Milwaukee on Thunder,
in conuectiou with the marnage ot Mr. L. u.
Gregg, a worthy buaiaeee man, and Miaa Augoata
Sherman, daughter ot Mr. lame. P. Sherman, a
wealthy private banker. Mr. J. P. Shermar, n
brother of the lady, remonatrated againat the ben*,
and hit parante refusing to listen to him, he be •
came violent and made threats. When the wed
ding party arrived at the residence of tha elder
Sherman, Urn young m
Mr. Sherman tha aider, and hia eon-in-law, Levi
Blossom, followed tha young man quickly, and
found him arm ad with a loaded shot gnu, which
he leveled at hie father. Aa ha pulled tha trigger
Mr. Blossom threw up tha barrel of tha gun, mid
tha raurderoua charge shattered a mirror iu the
room. Yoang Sherman than procured a revol
ver, but baton ha could make usa of it he was
bound hand and foot, and oonvayad to tha coun
ty jail, whan be atilt nmniae. Tha marriage
oenmony was than performed without further
molestation.
rushed to his roam.—
[
boldars, and formerly officers of the Knickerbock- i
•erlnns Chargen Against an lasaraaee
Vtmpaay.
John Anderson and Allen It. Walker, stock
*r Life Insurance Company, N. Y., have applied
for a dissolution of the company, charging that
idem and ether officer* bava lost 5382,
lta money, and that it is therefore bank
rupt. The plaintiffs charge that among the irreg
i company
. Goodsell
tha
pres»
74 of
472
'a money
tor two
newspaper articles; $12,600 aa a secret bribe to
Insurance Superintendent Miller; end 53,432 60 to
Elutur Wright, Actuary, lor making a favorable
■sport to Millar. And that tbe company's moneys
have been illegally lent, invested, and loaf. The
campany has set up a general denial, protesting to
be sound, and never in a more prosperous coudi
tion. The case is on iu the Supreme Court.
ular and illegal payi
were 55,000 to J. H.
ment of tb*
and C. M
Sevnre Upon Judge Sherman.
Ci,KVU.a?iD, March 31.—Tbe Cleveland Bar
Association, Ibis afternoon, considered the follow
ing resolution ;
/tetohed, That the tcsllmouy given by Judge
C. Y. Sherman, befote tbe committee In tbe re
cent investigation iu Congress, and letters admit
ted by him to be genuine, evince euch want of
lutegrity and such moral turpitude as to destroy
all confidence In his jndlclal administration, and
require that he should at once resigu,aad relieve
the federal Court from embarrassment consequent
upon his continued occnpancy of the judgeship.
Action upon the resolution was postponed, in
order to give Judge Sherman an opportunity to
communicate with tbe association.
ARREST OF A MURDERER.
hk conrasaKa oil ctttjtx.
WasniMOTON, April 1.—A uegro has been ar
rosted her* who admits that ha killed tb* white
drover beck of the railroad depot, at the foot of
Pennsylvania avenue, early on Saturday morning.
He said he had been to witness the hanging of a
uegro at Alexandria, on Friday morning, and had
got to Washington at night, where he tell in with
the drover, who had been drinking and had con
■idambl* money on him. The negro says he got
a "billy" from a friend and beat the drover to
death with iL Ha then secured the murdered
man's watch and money, and made for tbe woods.
When arretted, the negro's clothes were full of
blood stains. Ha is now in jail.
JOUNSTON A liOGIAg
BOOK - BINDERS,
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUREES.
No. 4*> SlIIPLEY STREET,
WILMIVQTOX. DEL.
unt Books of every variety ot ruling and
biuding mad* to order.
Musie, Newspapers and Publications
tmnd In Plain or Fanoy Styles.
Both being practical workmen, we are able to
uarante* entire satisfaction.
Orders I > mail promptly attended to.
A
Ol
aprly
lentertate&gtnti.
OULK A flllLLEKs
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AND
AUCTIONEERS,
No. 605 Market street.
D! ILDINU.) opposite th
of Delaware.
ll9 Vb' MoCLARJ
PERSONAL SALES ATTENDED To.
Having removed from the corner of 4th and King
streets to the large store «o, .Market struuL
we aoiioit orders from oar friends wbioh will be
Lei wirk oare and nru mat nass. mv*3
J. H. FRAZER.
REAL ESTAI E AGENT
AVD
Collector of Rents knd Bills.
KAbT T8IBB HT-, BBAB MAUIART.
ienlS-dAwly
QàNDCIi A. HACaLUSTER
° ArtnilNBiV AT ^A-VF
AND SOLICITOR 13 CHANCERY,
rOffieo, S»'4 Market Street. Wilmington. Del
irt-dtf
Jlsar, Sjttie «f.
THE MAKERS' UNION
COMMISSION HOUSE.
No. 300 and 302 E. Fourth St.
iptotuly organised and Ailed witb
9«BT BRANDS OF FLOOR
ln tb* markst, together with a full line of Feed.
Rye flaky. Corn Meal, Ac., de., are now prepared
B seM to bkkara. storekeeper» end private tomllie*
f AM* Lead, Barrel or Pesa» at rates
cAeqprr lia* eon be bought ia the city.
ro to call gad
n,,ru ;.sfÄ" # '
8* etary ot Dlroetors.
ek Thp
JAMBS FRAITCB,
H0U*C,*l*M AND SHIP PAINHB
H VUKH MAJSttKH. &< -•
No. 5U KINQ STREET,
Hut door below Fori Office, Wilmington. Dei«
onto rnutoetfolly inform bis
new prep
the
W
wer
I w
vapaiwonal atteo
loi
IMA SHOEING.
tlaaa th* Horae 8ht *
Trlni rirariÇtatriT^
ÉSf
Th«
m
Uo*
12,000,OOu ACRES!
CHEA P P AHMB.
The cheapest laud In market tot Mia by the
Union Paciflo Railroad Company,
In the Great Platte Valley.
S,OOO,OOO Acres In Cenlrnl HcbrntMn
Now for sale In tract* of forty acres and upwards
an five and ten year«' credit at II per sent. No ad
vance Interest required.
M ild and haalthlul ciimate, fertile soil, an abun
dance ol good water,
Tke beet Market i* the Weet. The great
region, of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and _
being (applied by tu* farmers in tb* Platt* Valley.
Boldiera Bntltlod to • Homestead of
160 Aores.
Tue best locations fob colonies.
*
mining
Neeade
FREE IlOMES FOR ALL I Millions ot Acres of
choice Government Lands open I or entry under the
Homestead Law. naar this Graat Railroad, witb
good markall end all tbs conveniences ot an old
settled oountry.
Free passes to pnrchssers of Railroad Land.
Sectional Maps, showing the Land, also naw edl
tiouot Descriptive Pamphlet with new Maps mailed
tree everywhere.
Address 0. F. DAVIS.
Linn Commissioner U.P. R. K.
Oineha. Hob.
WANTED.
10,000 FARMERS,
To improve 1,700,000 acres R. R. Lands, free from
taage and located in the middle region of Wes
tern Iowa—tbe beet corn, wheat and oattle-produ
cing belt in tbe Woet, 15 hours distant irom Chica
go. Climate and soil unsurpassed. Meadow and
plow land with pure running water evenly distri
buted- No lever and ague. Average credit price
acre. Send for a guide. It costs nothing,
res descriptions, prices terms, maps and how
the lands. Address JOHN B. CALHOUN.
mor
56 per
and gi
to roach _
Land Commissioner Iowa Railroad Land Co., Co
dar Rapids, Iowa.
Chieago Office. 65 9. Canal street.
BLAIR PRESBTtERIAL ACAflEKT*
BLAIRSTOWN, NEW JERSEY.
Equal advantages lor males and females. Earnest
Christian influence, thorough instruction end osre
ful attention to tb* comforts and habits of students
render this one of the best institutions of the coun
try. Spring serston commences March 25th. Stu
dents received at any time- Terms, 52"0 a year.—
Reference: Officers of Princeton and Lstayetto Col
leges. Send for Catalogue.
S. a. STEVENS. A, M„ Principal.
College for Young Ladies
BORDENTOWN. N. J..
New in its twenty-trst year, oontiaues to furnish
tb* beat advantage* in every department of a com
plete education. Is chartered as a college, and
confers diplomas and degroes. A aafe, pleasant
Christian Home. Terms moderst*. .
RiV. JOHN 11. BKAKKLKY,
Address
Ph. D.
$500 IN PRIZES!
EARLY VERMONT. Ten
r than Early Rose. ENOR
» rs EXTRA
— (J 1 Davs Earlier
^r^MOUSLY PRODUCTIVE sud of Excel
[t] lent Flavor. 81 per lb.; 4 pounds by mail
post paid, for »3.50.
IÜQ
COMPTON'S 8URPRI3E. 836 Btieb
Hs u> the Acre. A little later than
,*~ I Early Rose. Equal in quality. $3 per
r*^ pound, by mail, post paid.
O J »400 will beawarded as PREMIUMS to
those who produce the Largest Quantity
1 from one pound. Desctiptive Circulars of
the above, with lilt of 300 varieties of Po
*0
tatnes. Irse to all.
Illustiatei Reed Catalogne. 2)0 pages
with Colored Chromo. 25 cents.
A New Tomato, the ' ARLINGTON.
Early, solid and productive. Price 25c
per packet; 5 packets »1.
B. K. BUSS A SONS.
23 Park Ms**, lew York.
h Ph
ONLY TEN GENTS
EVERY MAN HIS OWN PAINTER:
Or, Paiaie—IIau) to Select and Cite Them.
A plain treatise, containing sample card with
different actually painted shades and tints, wi
instructions for exterior and interior House D
copies, bound in cloth, for I». Sample copies
neper cover, mailed, post paid, to any address.
BAIRD,
Box 1G24, Post-Office. Philadelphie.
Séè the following valuable extract» from preee noticee:
"A very valuable book, and no one intending to
paint should tail to road it."—JV. Y. Irlbune.
■■ We did not know so much could be said on tbe
subject of painting a house until we read thia ex
cellent book of Mr. Baird a. • £. T. IleratiT
"A want long felt at last supplied — Aet»»fV'«-4iw.
"Not only a neegmity to the painter but valuable
j every cueupact of a dwelling."—AT. Y. World.
"Buy 25 eoaiea et this book und distribute them
unions your friend*- If they will heed the advice
therein, rou could make uo mora valuable present.
—Chicaeo Trib. ... ... „ . ,.
"In publishing this book Mr. Baird has done a
real so vioa to the commun'ty."— Tolflo Blade.
"We hope the pnbhsber will sell lt)>.o8)copies of
this book during '73.''— Boeton Advertiser.
"We have just painted our houso as advised by
the author, and congratulate ourselves that no
dwelling in our neighborhood excels ours in at
petrino»."— Harper's Weekly. ..
"In selling a sample copy lor 10 cents. Mr Baird
must feel certain an orderttor|24 bounu in cloth will
follow."— f'eank Leslie.
• W* know the town and eoantry paints therein
recommended, and ran vouch lor tbeir value and
the excellence of tha "Harrison" brand of white
lead. 1 '— Phita. Ledger.
I
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c,
on
ON LY T|SN CE NTS.

1
THE ROCHESTER
BERRY BASKET,
Bear. Circulars
Dde»«. Del. er
which berries carry and sctl
. Addreo« POLK A HYATT.
Gen. Acts.. JOHN S- COLLINS A CO.. Moores
town. N. J.
In
tree
BUILD CHEAPLY.
8KXD FOB PBICR LIST OF
Window Sashes,
Blind,. Doors. Moulding,. Slate and Marble Man
tels. and all kinds of Building Materials, Ample
Btoek. end facilities unlimited.
GKO. 0. BTKVEKS A Cu.. Baltimore. Md.
[HntablUhea IttUO.)
W Etc H A GRIFFITHS,
Mannfactnrere of Saw»
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
FIL». ata'TsfHINEtoY.
40-LIBKHAJ« DISCOUHT8.-WB
j B^-Price Lists and Circulars free.
m WELCH> EH«» EITUS.
X BOSTON. MASS» and DETROIT, MICH.
«

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v
Rawing Machine
Ia the Bent in the World
A grew ta Wanted. Sand for Circular. Address
"DOMESTIC" SEWING MACHINE CO.. N. Y.
USE'An R*itia«*f SbA Look and SnppeH to
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS! <
No spriar to krank, no earitn« ef task: cheap, dn
rable, vary easily applied: hold, sash at
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prr
FATfin OBTAINED,
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8 AS
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W« will pur »11 Au«nt* |40 rer weck iv ca*b who
wtu engagé with ttt at OECE. Everythin* fora
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EVERY CORNET BAND
PB'fsriWiVlÄ'ÄVÄr •'
(lamp to EDWARD A. SAMUELS. Publisher,
to«. Moss.__
$5 to $20 SÜSyifÄV'ÄÄW
* tber sex. young or old, make men money at work
for us in their span momenta er ell tke Ume tkea
t
p^saiaar Aëd r _
MONEY KSÏ Ä S.1 fcß
particulars FREE. S. M. firmes«. 117 Uanevar
street. Besinn.
U.
LIITTVsBURG
K 1 TALVSINK V 1 TKK
Is tha nearest approach to a tpeclie aver discov
ered for Dyspapala, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout.
Gravol, Diabetes. Kidney and Urinary Diseases
generally. It restores moseular power Is Ike Pa
ralytio. It cares Livsr Comp laiat. Cnrunie Dtsr
rho-a. Piles, Constipation, Asthma, Catarrh and
Bronchitis. Diseases of the Skin. OeaerelDebUlty
and Nervous Pro« trat ion from Montai and Physi
cal Excesses. It is the Greatest Antidote ever dis
covered for Excessive Rating ot Drinking. It oer
roots .the stomach, promotes Digestion, and Re
liera« the Head almost immediately. No house
hold should bo without it. For sal* by all Drug
gists.
•WFor a history of tho Springs, for modloal re
ports of ths power of tho water over diseases, for
marvelous euros, and for testimonials from distia
nishad man, send for pamphlets. WHITNEY
IHOS.. General Agents, 2 21 South Front street.
Philadelphia. Pa.
0 err tu »cap Sp«i»o Co. _
RKWABD.
For any
Bleeding. Iteking or Ul-l
ceratad Pilo« that Dm.
BixoTi Film Bimidy fails
to eure. It I» prepared ex
pressly to ear* the PUee,
and nothing els*. Bold by
of Blind

II Druggists. Pries It <*>.
a
jRaUroatl &iats.
Pnlladelptila, wiimingma tM BARI
mon Railroad.
TIME TABLE.
Taking *0*et December 19th, 1872.
Philadelphia and W aakiagtoa Exp rase Trains are
designated thus. 11 30*. New York
iagton Express Trains, thus, 14 15*. The 13 Up m
train from Philadelphia connecta for Fortress Mon
roe and Norfolk.
On aceonnt of difference of time, trains leave Bal
timore by city timeSvemiante* earlier than stated
below.
and Wash
SOUTHWARD.
Trains from Philadelphia will leave depot,
oer of Btoad street ana Washington avauuea* fol
F«Ball Road. 7.8 30.10 G a m, 2 30.4 » m.
Lasaretto, 7,8 3U, 10 45 a m, 2 30.5 p m,
** Chester, 7. 7 30. 8 30,10, 10 45 a m. 12 30. 2 30.
3 30. 4*. 4 30. ». 6 31.10 15.11 30*. 11 45 p m.
•' Lamokin. 8.7 SO. 8 30,10, 10 45 a m; 12 >0. 2 30.
3 30.4 30.5.6 30. 1018, 11 45 p m.
"Tkurlew, 530.10 46 a m; 130. 4*. 5.6 30. 1« 15pm.
" Trainers. 10 45 a m; 6 30, 10 15 p m.
" Linwood. 8 30, 10 45 am; >30, 4*. 5,6 30. 10 16,
11 30*p m.
- Claymont. 8 30.10 45 a m: 2 30, 4*. 5. 6 30, 10 15.
11 30* p m. .
** Bellevue, 8 30. 10 45 a ro, 2 30.5, 6 30 p m.
•• Wilmington, » 30, 10 fo am: 12 15*. 2 30, 14*. 5.
6 30.10 15. Il SO* p m.
" Newport, 8 30 am; 4* p m.
** Stanton, 8 3l)a m; 4* p m.
" Newark. 8 30 a m; 4M1 30* p m.
** Elkton, 8 SO a in; 4*. 11 30 P m.
** North East. 3 30 a m; 4*. 11 30* p m.
•• Charlestown. 8 30 a m; 4* p m.
" Principio, 8 30 am.
** Peiryvill*. 8 30 a m; 1215*. 4*. 1170* p m.
- Havre-de-Grace, 8 <0 a m; 13 15*. 4*. 11 30.
" Aberdeen, 8 30 a m. 4°, 11 3C* p m
*• Pereymanaville, »30 a m; 4*. 11 Vim
" Edge wood. 8 30 a m; 4*,11 30* p m.
" Magnolia, 8 30 a m; 4*. 11 30° p m.
" Chase's. 830 a m; 4* p m.
" Stammer's Ran. 8 31), 4° p »,
** Baltimore, 8 tu » m; 12 15°. 4°, 11 30* p n.
NORTHWARD.
Trains for Philadelphia will laav* si follows:
From Baltimore. 7 30. 9 80° a m; 2 55°. 7
p m.
*' Stammer's Ran. 7 57 a m.
** Chase's, 8 06 a m.
" Magnolia, 8 22 am; 343P. 817° p
" Edge wood, 8 27 a m: 3 47°
" Perrymunsville, 8 39 a m;
" Aberdeen, 846 a m; 8 43* p m. ;
" Havre de-Grace, 12 07°. *57. 1106° am; 4 17°. |
8 53° pm. WwsA j
" Perry ville, 1216*. 9 OA 1116P a m; 4 26°, » 03°
P m.
*' Principio. 914 am.
'' Charlestown, 920am: 915°pm,
" North East, 9 26 am: 4 As*. 9 21°
" Elkton, 941 a m: 4 59* 9 34* p m.
" Newark, 9 55 a m; 5 13°, 9 45* p ui.
" Stanton, 10 06 a m; 959* p m.
*' Newport. 10 11 a m; 10 04° n m.
" Wilmington, 1 35* 645, 810. 10 30 a m. 12 30*.
2 00. 4 Û0. 5 5u*. 7 16.10 26° p m.
'• Bellevue, 7 03.8 2 M0 42 a m; 2 12, 4 13, 7 28 pm.
' Claymont, 7 17, 8 30. 10 53 a ui; 2 30, 4 22, 2 37,
10 42* p m.
" Linwond. 7 27, 8 37, 10 36 S m 2 27, 4 31, 7 43.
10 46P p m.
* Trainers. 7 29,8 39am: 2 29,(133 Satardayt only
7 45 pm.
" Thurlow. 7 36, » 44 11 01 a m; 2 33,4 37,7 49 p m.
" Lnionkin, 6 30,7 40, 8 30, 8 45, 9 10, U u| a m: 1 go
1 45, 2 38, 4 40, 5 30, 6 30, 7 5i p m.
" Chester. 5 33.743,8 33,8 48,813. 1108am: 103,
1 48, 2 4L 4 44, 5 33, 619*. 6 33,7 »6. ID (69 p m.
" Lasaretto. 8 56,1117 a in: 1 13, 4 54.8« pm.
* Belt Road. 904. 11 29 a m;> 22. » 03.815 p m.
PORT DEPOSIT BRANCH.
Trans from Port Depo.it will leave hi fellows:
For Perry ville. 6 30,830, li0Oam;2U0.3 15,5 50f
For Perrvville. HavredeGrao* and Baltimore.
6 30.1100am; 2 00,540 pm.
For Baltimore and way étalions, 6 30,110) a m: 5 W
n m.
* Trains for Port Deposit will leave aa follows:
F rum Baltimore, stoppias at nil way stations, 7 3»
am; 506 p m.
From Baltimore, stopping inly at Havre-de-Grae*
and Perryvilla. 9 50 a m
From Baltimore, slopping only at Magnclla, Edge
wood. PerrymansviUe, Havre-da-Grace and
Parry ville. >55
Fiom Perry ville. 7 »9U6, 1 2> a m. 2 30. 4 2S. » 00
oor
PM,
. 10 45
to
a
of
by
no
at
will
and
!&, S 35* p m.
pm
P m.
MPG'he 11 25 a m; 2 30 and 7 00 p m trains frees
Perryville connect at that pise* with trams tram
Philadelphia.
DELAWARE DIVISION.
Trains from Philadelphia will leava as follows:
For Stations on Dataware Division sad ail eoanae
tions, 8 30 a m.
Harrington and way stations, ooanacting at
Harrington with J «action and Breakwater
Railroad for Milford and way a tattoos: at
Clayton Cor Smyrna: sad at Townaemd with
Kent County and Queen Aaaa'a and East
Railroads for all atationa, 8 jo a m; 6 p
For Delmar and way atationa Sto>am;lt30Dm.
SA-Tbe U !i° p m train from Pklladelphia also
aneo's at Wilmington witk train tor New Castle.
Trains (or Philadotahta leave as fotjowii
From Wilmington, oonneetieg with
vision train from Harrington
tions; from Junction ana Bri
frum Milford and way listions at U arrington;
with bmyrnn train at Otar too; and with Kant
County and Qusan Anne's ana Kant trains at
Townaead. l«3» a n;4 0# p as.
Wilmington, eoaneetiag with train from all
station aa Delaware Division and all eon
n actions. 4 00 p w>.
For Wilmirgton. connecting with train Warn Dat
as or tad way iiaUuos. 4,10 38 p m
PUILA. AND BALT. CBNTRAL RAILROAD,
ping at nil stations an Chaster Creak and Pkil
phta and Baltimore Central Bailrando.
Foe
CO
ware Di-
water train
For
fflffirï irtt.»...
m; 4 SR < 3» p m: (t 30
lo'r
>
for
7 06.101
leave as foUewn
ipesit. 9 25 n m, 4 26 p
[Tlö,\i)to> am 510 pm.
s Ford. T », lT&g am: 4».
I
«I
»45 n
4 0»
"li
mi
SUNDAY TRAINS
wiU be ran an Swndny
Notl
ateept tk*«*
n Pkilwdelpkia wiH leave os foltows:
Trato^r P FbiUttok.kto will
'raâWUtotogtoa. Mapping at way statioas, «I»
'Jfenp'.'srn.'i.BiaBiirssr
WILMINGTON ANO KbADlNC R R
Winter Amngemenl.
Mm end after laadav. December a, »7*.
Psemacer Train« wiU rna as follows :
TRAINS Noa. 2.
. „ A. to. P. M. A. to.
Leave Reading g| 7 4U 4 «6
" Birds boro', g 10 4 35
" Coatesville, »45 6 24 6 21)
" ChaddsFd. to 55 7 25 7 3U
Art at Wilm'gtoa. 11 45 9 15 a 15
__ TaaisaLaava Nubtbwabo:
TRAINS Nee. 1.
». . A.Rl. P. M. P. M l
L'va Wilmington a» 6 3U 3 un SOU
" Cbadd's Pont, 7 26 3 5U «ou
" Coat (st lila. R 10 4U> 7 OU
Arr at Bird no ro.
" Reading,
n.
e.
3.
5.
10 20
CONNECTIONS.
_ At Wilmington, with tnins to Philadelphia and
Baltimore, sad with Delaware Railroad trains.—
Nos. 2 and 3 make direct connections with trains to
and from Washington.
, At Chaddsferd. trains Noa. 1.2.3 and 1 for Phila
delphia. Nos.,4 and 5 with trains for Pblladalphia.
Trains Noe. 1.5 and S with trains for Port Deposit.
-At Coateevlll*. all trains connect with trains lor
miadelphln and Harrisburg. Trains Nos. 2 and 3
maka direct connection with trains to and Dorn
Philadelphia.
At Blrdeboro*. trains 1 and 3 connect northward
*>d southward with Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad, and 2 and4 with southward bound trains.
Train No. 4 connects with train from Philadelphia.
71i
C. STOLE.
General Superintendent
tor transfer of baggage at Coatesville.
For information a> to root# and rates apply at
Franklin Tslcgraph office. No. 2 West 3d street, or
at W. A K. Depot, Front and Madison.
Short, Quick and
Through :Route
TO THR
WEST AND SOUTH I
WILMINGTON IAND READING R. R
VIA COATKSVILL*.
THROUGH/TICKETS TO ALL POINT«»cOlTH
AND WEST. .
Train No. 1 leave Wilmington 6/21 a. m. Con
necta with Elmira Ex
Train No. 6 leave* 5
with Cincinnati Bxpr
Baggage cheeked through.
I pres«.
Wilmington 5 p. m.
Connect«
o
U. STOLZ,
Gen'l Suo't W.JK.R. K.
P HILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON u BALTI
MORE RAILROAD.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
On and after WEDNESDAY, October 18th, 1871.
will be attached to tho freight
9.00 p. m„ for Wil
train leaving Philadelphia
train wiU stop at Stations as follows, whan
signalled: Gray's Ferry, 9,12 p. ui Lasaretto9N*
t m'; Chaster, ».41 p. m; Lauiokin.9.45 p. in; Xhur
w 9.49 p. m: Linwood, 9.56 p. m; Claymont, 10.01
EUerslie, 10.1» p. m; arrive Wilminston. 10.30
loot Alt H. F. KLNNEY. Soo't.
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»JOHN BODDY
ICE CREAMS,
CONFECTIONS. TOYS
ChUdrea's C «aches,
FIRE-WORKS
BASKETS, WOODEN WARE,
7 N.
And a gonera
étions.
sortaient of Staple and Fan
JOHN BODDY,
KT STREET.
Oopoolta tb* Gaietla Office,
gton. De<.
No 411 MARK
Yil
»Uv
RECilNTCl&'N URDKKIe
Rkuiatkr's 0»ru*r.
NEW' CASTLE COUNTY. February 7th. \ i73.
Upon the applioation of John Otto. Executor of
John U. bttdhnni. late of VI itmingfoa city, in «aid
county. deoe*'«d; it ii tfidered and directed
by the RejLttcr that tho Executor aloreoaid
give notice of the cranting of Letters T#. tauiuu
tary upon the Estate ot tho deoe&jed. with the
date of irantin« thereof, by eau^inx advertije
ment«'* tobe posted within forty dayv »mm the time
ofiUiüh Letters, inaix ot the mon public id.tee* *>i
the County ot New Caeile. re iunnr all per«4)OA bav
in« demanda eguiust the Eetate. to i>re.sent the une
or abide by an Aet of Assembly in euch ca^e made
and provided.
3 er ted within the same period in the Delaware Ga
« letie, u newspaper published in Vfilmioxion. aud
to beeontinued therein two months.
Given under the hand and seal of office ot
npSBthe Heuister aforesaitl. at New t'aétle. iu
WNv-v Castle county aforesaid, the day and
year above written. B. GIBBS, Kesuter.
And also cause the came to be in
NOTICK'
All person, having claim, against th* Katate 01
tb* deceased muri preseat tbe same duly attest»
to lb* KxFCUtor. on or bofore February 7ib, 1874.
or abide tbo Aet of Assembly in such ease made
and neevided.
Addraoa. Wilmington. Del.
fob»-2m_
QRASU ui'KNmi or
JOHN OlTO,
Exseutor.
QRASU ui'KNmi or
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Snob as Silas. Sateens. Mohair. Poolins. Plaid?.
Ac.; all color,of Velveteen,: great of Alanaca,. tb*
cheaMst in tbo eity. from 3 > cent* a, to »1.(8); large
asMrtaaaat of Cawttnarw; also, a fin* lot of
BROQUET AND PAISLEY SHAWLS.
Ladies' Cloaking at nit description,, fine lot of
Blanket,. Flannel,.Striped Shawls. Muslin,. Bed
Ttoking. A0. 560 la'.oat stylo Prints. Great assort
a
LADIES' AND CHILDRKN'.S FURS.
^ 11 kind, of Notion». Fancy Good, and Trimmings.
o trouble to showiug goods. Com* and satisfy
yourself at M. ALSBKEG'S,
No. 116 Market street.
no«li Wilmington. Del.
_ . _ . „ „
Ci rou Ur toad OrOAawnUl Scroll SkWlDf
_ _ . _ -
... atone Borwder Solid.
iINGS Tamed or Markin
Also, Cnrriagewkoel Hub
■OAI.EY, TAYLOR & I«
tbuoeoasor to Thomas B. Basaon.)
Orange Street, Mom Sixth, ( Bright's A Ury,
WILMINGTON DEL.
WOOD TURNING.
30
CABINET AND CARPKN
1GS NKWKLS .BAL
BALUSTRADES.
BOU
"SttötilVIi
"li
as d
tor Car
toU-lv
Imker snitekle
«««WANT
iaeeW Baal
NONE but the VER Y BEST QUALITIES
or Aaihncuawi diibwi
IB
COAL.
«I»
DEL AW ABB BAILBOAD LINE.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
,Orn and after MONDAY, July 29th,
U72. (bunday• excdHed.) Trama will
leave u follows :
aoSTHWean. {'ueeemoer.
Mixed
P. to.
A. to.
>elmar,
-aural,
Sealord,
Brtagev II la
Greenwood
1 Farmington
ILMI
:t ou
11.15
11.35
u 5
:n5
3 55
■1 :•)
IRKS
4 50
U.G
5 05
ASS.
Milford.
Harrington,
Felton,
Canterb
7 .OU
12 30
7 toI
5 25
7 30
12 45
5 50

loo
ury.
Wood, id a.
Wyoming.
Dover,
Uoorton
brenford
bin} rna.
Clayton.
Green Spring,
I Hack bird.
''ownaend,
Middletown,
it. Pleasant,
41 (Wood,
*. jdney,
b»ar,
State Road.
N *w Castle,
Wilm'gton.arrive 10 15
Phllad*lphia,amv*11.45
P.M.
Baltimore. arrive 1 06
South w tko. /'a» «entrer.
5 57
7 Ur
*•
1 06
60
115
61
126
6 3
140
SKI
65
IV
U'
7 04
MB
i«u
1166
S.
716
2W>
0 30
7 24
8 40
>15
7 34
»45
2 2i
7 54
»06
2.V.
»13
»15
2 Vi
S2S
»25
3 00
5 43
•a
5 06
315
» 40
o v
32
» So
l»S5
3 '
5 2
1130
P.M.
810
Paemjer,
r. a
514)
240
6 25
3 50
Mired.
r. ».
1130
A.M
Philadelphia.,
Baltimore.
Wilminston
N. Castle
Stste Road,
Bear
Bounty,
Kirkwoc.
Mt. Pleasan :
Hiddletown
Townsend.
Blackbird,
Green Spring.
Clayton,
Smyrna, (arriva) 1213
brenford.
Moor to a.
Dover,
Wycming,
W ood side.
Canterbury,
Felton,
Harrington,
Milford.
Farmington,
Greenwood,
Bridgevill*
Seaford,
Laurel,
Delmar.
The Mixed Train wiU ran lubjeol to delays Inci
dent to freight bnsineae, and will stop only at na
tions where time is given.
NEW CAST LE TRAISA
Leave N *w Castle for W liming ton and PhtlaJal
at7 4o AM. Lear» Philadelphia atCffb M. and
Wilmington at 1.10 P. M.. for New Castle,
SMYRNA BRANCH TRAINb,
Additional to those above.leave Smyrna for Clay
ton 11-15 a. m., and 7.35 p. m.. L«a v e Clay tan
j Smyrna5.40 a. m., and 2.00 p. m., to tank* Conner
at | tion with trains to and frtm Dover, ajd stations
or I South,
S Ml
7 25
7.%)
010
2 5 ,
• «..
U 30
1 20
6 5ii
7 OU
7 07
10 55
11 OU
n iu
1130
11V
1145
11 56
I •
: 2.
7 40
2 ..
7 Ml
-a.
« .■
S'*
2 iS
315
la UO
l.l
1215
3 26
1230
»40
4 OU
1240
12 SO
8 45
4 10
4
ou
»ist
ir
4H'
1 ■
6.06
9
1 25
4 15
1
533
1 45

2 10
0 15
2 20
64
2 37
7 00
fu;
CONNECTIONS.
At TOWNSEND, with the Ksn t County and Queea
Anne's A Kent Railroads.
At CLAYTON.with the Maryland and Delaware
K»i 1 road. Li
At HARBIN TON, with the Junction and Break
water Railroad.
At SEAFORD with tbo Dorchester and Delaware
Railroad.
At DELMAR,
with the Eastern Shore Railroad
and Wicomico and Pocemoke Railroad.
H. V. KKNNKY
Bnn»
—ok lil.T H.imU.1/ aL;

T'RA.1>IÙ
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/. KEARNEY'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
b tho only JKnowu Remedy for Bright's Dis
ease and has cured every cas«: of Diabetes m
grkich it has been men. Irritation of the Nock
the Bladder and luiUmmatiou of the Kidneys,
ïricetatton of too Kidneys and Biaddcr, Rcteu
tioa of Urine. Ioseas,-* of the Prostata «liana,
«tone in the Btadiier. Gravel, Brick Dust D«po»H.
and Mucons or Milky Discharges, and tor En
feebled and Delicate Constitution* of both Sexes,
attended with the following symptoms U««
of Power. Los* ol Memory, Difficulty "f Breatr.
Inc Weak Nerves. Wskefulnea*. Pain in th •
Back FI ashing of the Body, Eruption
Pallid Counteuauce, Lass it ode of the System, etc
Vseti by pereone in the decline or change of
Bfe; after confinement or labor pains, ficd we!
ia children, etc. #
lu miQv affection« peculiar t«> U«uo4. 'he Ei
tract Buchu u uaeoaaleü by any othi r uumAv
Ae in Chloroei* or Retention. Irnnfularity, P>ml
fulneiw v r Supprevaion of Cuatomary Kv ju uaLon#,
Ulcerated or Scbimia «ut.* of tho l tenu, Lcu
corrh«*Ä or White#, Sterility, and for ad com
plaint# incident to tho #ex. It i* jirueenbed
«xteneively by the moet eminent Phyaician# and
Kidwive# for enfeebled and deücata coMU U a -
Uon< of both #exe# and all
KEABNK1*9 BXTBACT ICCRV,
Curt* nuatdi Arising from Impn.dmme,
Habit* of Di***p*tto* % Etc . in all their *u*e*, at
lade expense, little or no change m diet, uo »
convenience, and uo exposure. It cau«e# a fre
quent desire, and xi^e# «trenxth to urtnate.
thereby removing OSetmetione. rrerentin* apl
Curinjr Stricture« of the Urethra, Allajunt Pmu
und inhammatioo. *o frequent iu thia claaa of di#
eeeee, and expelling all poLeoooa# natter.
HIAHNtr» EXTRAIT BtfHl .
bottle or six bottle* for *5 00. delivered
die#** «ereare from obeervauou. ïwla b/
«iruggUU evervwhere. Prepared by
M CO.. 104 Duane at, N. 1
to vrbOXD 4Ü letter# for lnlormatiou »houid b#
tho Facf.
01
»1
to aa
of
I AVOID QUACK» AMD HBPOBTKtoB-
- V» OhBSg* to* Advie* and Onsraltati». ~
Graduate of Jefrrtem Medua.
tin. author of eavrrof valuabto
works, Chn hu consulted on all disease* of tho
5r
matter from what cause originating, or of now
^qq.iin » ja practice of to) jean cnabloa
him to irsntdii w hs cs with m cocoa. Cmen gnnr
Tha** at a fb-
VT.t.B.
anteed. Chargen reasonable.
forward letter describing »jmptoma,
** A A 1>XUTT. ( ^d.
(
KffijpffiXffiFsTurcuir.
Rsutsrsm's Opprcn.
New Castle Coon y. February lath, 1*73.
Upon tbo application of Alfred C. Nowlaad.
Executor of William T- Rend, lata of New Cas
tle hundred,' in «aid County, deeeased. it 1*
ordered and directed by the Register that th#
Kxeentar afo r esaid, (ire noli«* ef tb* granting
, of Letters Testamentary apna the but* of tb*
d e oensnJ.wUbtb* data of (renting thereof, by raat
tngndv*rti,*m*nu te bo posted within forty dart
from tbo date of,neb Letters, infix of themoat pub
lic places of tbe County ol New Oaatto, requiring
, peraons having demands against theKstata. to prea
I enttbe same, ornbid* by an Act of Assembly in sucb
ease mad*and provided. And wbo cwwee the
I be inserted within tb* snmw period tn tbo Del*war*
Gazette, a newspaper published ia Wilmington .and
to beeoatinueiitherein two months.
all
ef Offieecf
Givan under tk*
Ktarafore,
onnty afo
e, inNew
f LA. I the Reyi
\—r- f Caxtle 0
abovrwritten
iiV.tlJr day and year
B. GIBBS.Register.
NOTICE. , . -
All peraons hnvlngsUims against the Esta ta* I
bide tke Ac,o^raemb^ ta.ncke^mjd. **»
Bxoeator of William t. Rood
Corils, Del.
tho
! d.

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