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VOL. LXXXIII.-NO. 04.
WILMINGTON, DEL., FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1873.
PRICE 1 CENT
DAILY GAZETTE.
DiarnrouiiHKo Viiitoi.- Saoatur Coararly,
Who ia on a visit to Senator Bayard, called at the
0 write office this morning. Both Senators look in
excellent health and an enjoying themselves
p l ea s a n tly at the delightful rnrnl horns of the lat
tir, in tbe western part of the city. Senator eas
terly will remain here for several days.
Quick Wonn.—The Committee on Park
very active in their exertions and must be terribly
In earnest. They hud to send to Dover to secure
the stay of proceedings from tho Chancellor._
They succeeded, however, and tho Mayor, City
Treasurer, President and Members of the City
Connell were all waited upon by the Sheriff
his deputy, yesterday afternoon, and tho summons
served upon each one. And the lawyer* are now
hard at work upon their arguments. Col. Mc
Comb's necessary absence from the city, caused
them to select Wm. Bright, Esq., in his placo.
Tho Commercial is very right in its assertion,
that "it Cooch Turner had killed Isaac Wsst, in (be
manner, and with all shocking and barbarous at
tendant circumstances which belong to Want's
crime, he would have been hung* And it would
fc«T* been right. Wo deubt whether he would
have received a trial by a jury In open court. And
thet Journal knows thst there was some difficulty
in preventing tho execution ol Wait; that the
more moderate and leas impnlsivs classas had to
interpose to save him from violence. Exact and
eqnnl justice should be meted out to tU. Bui
son, et i mes the veil may be raised horn the «ye* of
tho Mind godese u ithout doing the community in
jury. Not, however, in cool, permeditated and
deliberate asrtsr, as this ease teems to ns to have
been. But the jury determined that it was not
.murder, and they were the judges.
were
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The Colfax Manacra.
Dr. RadSold in tho Cin. Com.
"How many whites were killed la tbe
light?"
"Two wero killed dead. One has died
since nod there is another that they think will
die."
"How many negroes were killed ?"
' 'Seventy or eighty."
"The number Is rather out of proportion, 1
"Oh yes, of course, and It will always be
S at way in £he light between white men and
ggep. The niggers pan t light. There has
ien three row» between the white« and ne
gtoeg in this State alooe the war, and In every
one there has been ten or flrteen niggers killed
to one white man. Our people don't want to
hurt them, God knows, bnt they mustn't try
to ran over us, for whenever they do they'll
natch hell. We arn't enemies to them but
* not fry to run over
"*■ we hate the Big
» like them when
observed.
butigye
(hey m
tlâ. Foi
géra : It's nq such thing.
(hey behave and will do a heap more for them
than the Yankeea. let them vote the old Rad
up
leal ticket ; I dont care : but they must not trr
to cram their politics down our throats with
guns."
From what 1 can learn of the relations of
the two races In the Aad RJ v«r country, 1 do
not believe there will be any more fighting.—
Tho whites seem to déplora tho Uoifax maasa
rre.tmt Insist that K was justifiable; thst some
thing of the sort bad to be done to preserve
peace. Tbe argwmeot will not hold water,for
the Africans are not a warlike race,and do not
need to be killed to Le taught.
Paihttnc.—J ohn Mitchell, whose adver
UaeihMkt'appears to-day, in another column,Is
prepalrad to receive orders for sign and orna
mental painting. Show sards a specialty of
all descriptions. Gar. of Second and King and
descriptions. King
Fifth and Market street«.
Just received one of the largest assortments
of the latest Spring Styles of hats and Cape in
the'eity which I atu selling at the very lowest
Prices. Mystik hats are a specialty. Call and
examine my immense stock and you will be
sure to be suited. LEWIS C. SPRINGE
Hat Store.
It,
No. 333 Market Street.
tr
A Tootij Baste Vender in Trouble.—
Last evening, an Itinerant vender of jiatent
tooth paste, known as Dr. Jester, was arrested
by U. 8. Marshal Dunn, at Fifth and Market
streets, for an evasion of the U. S. Revenue
Laws by not having his tooth paste stamped
Ue was confined in the City Hall cells, all
night,and tried before the U. S. Commissioner,
this morning, who held him to bail Jn tbe sum of
t'JUO, for appearance at the September term of
the U. S. District Court. The Doctor's arrest
created considerable excitement, aud a large
crowd followed him to the cells. The excite
ment was greatly inereaaed by the actions of
the proprietor of a saloon at Third and King
streets, who, ooaUess aad hatless, came rush
ing up Market street, at a rapid pace, followed
by a large crowd, who were under the Impres
sion that he was crazy. He was only la search
of an officer, however, to arrest some disor
derly parties in his saloon.
fikelch nt «he Cremt Uemeral
Field-Marshal von Moitke, th« most diatin
of ih* Prussian general, baa, io a latter written
in October, 1872, but which has just been pub
lished forth* firet tisse, given some interesting
details of bis earlier years. He was the third
of seven sons of Lienl-Qeo. von Mollk* of th«
Danish army. His mother was th« daughter
of Councilor Paschen of Hamburg,
the 2Sih
of October 1800, white hi*
war« on a
in Meck
lenburg, th« great strategist was bora. Hla und«
was sficrwaid killed at th«
Unburg oorpa ia ih« BumUn r taips ign o
His parante moved to Itubsc, where thair
was pillaged by Ih« Fraach. Von Moitke keys
parante «
Puebla»
visit al hie uncle's house at
oiim.
r'"Ä , r^s\rj!SvSi 2
of Schraagen. His (alter kongkr aa «state ia
HoisSain, hut «vil fortan« again foilowte th«m
house, with aU iu cooiaot«, waa karate
down. Von Moitke. with an older brother, was
mat to Ih« scstfomy for Ih« load catUfo at Oa*
At 18 ha b«eaaa« an "
that
groat
Bod lb«
latte
I ilttfo
opporiuniiy for adf l a M im wt tftlboi
concluded to rolrr tho Praauan ««rvieo. • Tbo
coIomI of hi* sogimsftK 4uko of MoUoia«
Beck, father of the tbea King of Denmark, t iro
«afflsreÄÄS
w*s gaaottodfoathwith to 4ho«ifiMb rfiffhte»*^
• pronaditr body guard* caiiad ÜM 1st bran
Li
th«
deoburg regiment. ThU w«s thscommsaqs w pt
ot his «iniïrateiïraiteinrii emaar, Voa Kolik«.
h» writtmi SS
law of Oo&StepU, oMha W*
of tho tertmaof loaso.
M maps of
an d of ih a
THE SECOND WIFE:
OR,
j
" How la Bertie to-night ?"
Mr. Kylatone aaked the qncatiou the lualant he
croaaed the threahhold of the door.
Mrs. Rylatoue, a tall, bi Ight-eyed woman, with
raacn hair and aoftly crimaoqcd cheeks, had
taken bla hot and coat and brought hla alippera
with wifely solicitude.
"O, he la as well as usual. I hate been with
him all day," said she.
"Oh 7h*7'e ? .ii Tbe doctor ,j u,t ! ol ' 1 ">•--'
. °"' , » nonsense, said Mra. Rylatone,
sharply. 'Everyone knows that I)r. Cargill is !
foolishly overanxious about his patients. 7 am
a udge, end Itci. you li.t.e Aihert is much
tVit.i a . , . ..
"111 go up aud have a look at him before tea,"
•aid the father Irresolutely.
"Ton'll ooly disturb him," eaid Mrs. IlyUtone.
lie's fast asleep Do loare the t>oor child in
.CU" UO louve the poor child In
But the father peraiated. ascending the broad,
softly carpeted stairway, and entering tbe large
front room where lie had left his sick boy that
morrtng.
ro hi. surprise, tbe room waa empty. A grand
piano occupied the place where the bed had been,
aud a work-table stood in the bay-window
"Kitty I" be called, to a wbite-aproued chain
bermald who was Hitting down stairs, "what
dons this mean ?"
'•It's tbe m las us, air," eaid Kitty, with a broad
grin. ' She doea be expcclln her alater to visit
rer, and there ain't no room good enough for her
but the fiout room. And so Master Bertie's
"°t T b e hVg P rÄ» hera * b ° ew '' * U)thered I
... H « » . t b »t ha<l, alr, h e can t be much worse lu
this world; and the missus, she eeolds because ]
he dialurbe her own little boy. O, tbo stony
hearts oi some people 1 "
« rfaar rfSÄteTariSÄ
Mr. Ryiatone's Funeral.
"V SHUT BROWNS
room, where lay hla four year old boy, tossing in
fever, under the sole care of a stout, good-hearted I
Irish nurse. Sign
ÄÄWÄS
J "rhe blaaasd saints know,maybe—/don't She's | —
not been here. Though Kitty did say she took
out Master Everard, bar own child, in tha cam
age, at noon 1 It's little lAc cares," Norah added
tu a very audible totta tore, "whether this poor
Mr. Rylatone stood looking sadly upon the little I
golden-haired child, whose ehaeks were fluahed a "iJ
with fever, and wboea hands groped blindly at the |
coverlet.
People had warned him that he waa doing a very
silly thing, when he married Mrs. DsMoray, the
beautiful young .etnas, bat sbe had been very ] A
charming aad winsome, and profaraed the tender-,
#st devotion for little Albert, and he had somehow I
acted under sssrtol spell qr Infatnxttou 1 I
And now the chares waa broken, and he saw
hts uoond wife aatbe really was—ralfUh, treach
erons and dseeitful ! And had it not been for
■%
, I
I or
little golden-haired Bertie, tha lair-faced bequest
from the young girl who had been his tint love,
he coaid almost have wished to die.
As these chilling thoughts pasted tbroogk bis
mind, a soft hand was laid oa hit ttm, and Mrs.
Uylstoue's hhnsyed voice spoke :
"Desr George, won't you com* Sown lo tta ? I
have waited so long, and dsar little Evtrard—"
Ho shrank irom hoc touch
HE
"I .don't fsei like eating, Clara.
Leave me,
'
my dearrat—"
"Leave me, I say !
Mrs. Rybtome pouted, and ahrngged her «boul
ders.
"Really George," said she, "I should hare thought
you bad-more sense than tu make such a fuss over
au ailing child, who'll be sure to be well io a week
or two !"
Aud she «wept away, her rich silk dress trail
lug ou the floor with a low murmuring sound liko
a hiss!
* •
"Taken the child hems to its aunt in Vermont ? l
Znl' I Of P r£rÜ 1 Tt t i?U b SS
dene. Of canne It Will die, bnt tth tomething to | 0
be raved the annoyance of n funeral in th* house."
And Mrs. Rylatoue took oft hoy elegant hat and I
lace shawl, and drew the Paris kid gloves from
her white jeweled fingers, while Matter Da Mo
y, the sou of n Bavarian gambler, who had been u
k lied in a disgraceful affray, neioat a green baize
covered table, turned n somerset, and bawled I
out: I er
"Ain't I glad he's Rons ! And now tax, I can I
ra all the cake and prerarras mytelt"
"And I may as well taka ndraatage of the op- of
wrtumty to spend n few days at Samoge," mid I
lire. Rylatoue complacently— and she mt down I
nnd wrote n long letter to her abrant husband, I
full ol "denn" and "darlings" and "lovm," and
winding up with e request for n cheek for three
hand rod dollere.
"He might have thought of it befora he went
away from home," said aha "Bnt men are all no
.
She had hardly comploted the wardrobe aha .
deemed neeewary for her Saratoga triumphs, be- [
fora a telegram rat tha temi-dwerted house in i
wild commotion. I
"A railroad aocidant. And my poor dear bus-11473.
band killed," shrieked Mr*. De Moray Rylatone. |
SÄÄÄu*." * iS
jVwïTÂ'i^d".«. o",
dear 1 dear I how vary unfortunate ! |
i
hah crape, wrinkled like tha waralete ol tha ■«•;
haudkarebiafo, bordered Inch^teep with black, |
and bombaxin* «1 th« ehoiceet quality.
-Aad how about th« pom little Barite ?" qnaa-1
Honed old MM* Seahnry, who kindly mada her
friande' butin*« h«r awa, tm all po-ihl. mm
"^Ohl ha'll stay whan he ia. of eon r**," aaid I
Mra. Byisteaa. -I oaal be hatband with otter
people's ehUdron, and I always did driart that I
•f that," aaid Mr. Bylatona'a old maid aant, with a I
IfoîrïïSSdTAîLTtür ÄÄS?
anted te etetete fog a third."
Mrs. Rylstoaa iaugted ont daBaatly. Sha knaw I
tea haabaad'a wiU had tesn mad* in ter o«ra fia- 1
a
than
2
ia
was
Oa*
-l
«•mol
MtU
vor, ate «ba foil tea
at tea ad ranaris*.
Tbo
iro
e(
1 um qui»«
laaoiberhM
»Ul no« have
nrbltf obAtigh
H "And it's ai
L" raid te, date it t
pt
___, _
SS nv ft tr#
W*- vStejftmtehaK fffote ate »te hmryiug to
wardate» testete.
the
"Dearest Georg* !" she began, bat Hr. Rrlstoa*
eroded tbe serpent-like caraaa.
"l'ray do not troubla yourself," aaid be, "I bave
heart and «an quite enough et your character to >7
ratify me in an entire reparation. Hereafter wo | *
wiu go our own several weya—Bertie and I will
und what happineM we can among the blue hi Ur
Vermont."
And Mrs, Rylatone found her husband implaea
® to Bl1 her teara and entreatiea. i
But the life of Mra. Rylatone, on on altomaee [
*° "oeh a weak, in lodging*, waa quite difter
f" 1 from the life of Oeorge RyUtone'aidolised and I
Indulged wife ; and the ex-actreaa found that aha I "
had made a fatal miatake.
But it was too late to mend matters now. I
-_ r _ I
Arizona advices say that on Mon lay last a
band of Apaches sUrted Southward; proba
bly with the intention of Invading the State of I
Sonora, ia Mexico. Another band of Apochea
now'be.ieglngSanU Crux, In îtonorTfiE
»We* from the bordtr. I
T{ ... .
**f e vr,5™ # * ro1 ? P Avl ,*
» J 00 ?*.?. » *** °a D ^
j ^ Modocs remain at llffS. On Sntnr- I
day , Mt the ritt Rlver In 5, gns delivered I
Modoc ™ to *<** to D »^
-— I ■'-1-L99
MARRIED. I
BAKER—OSBORNE.—On tha 11th instant. In Christ 1
church. Delaware City. by tha Rav. E. Wail, 8.
**• Baker, u. IN. to Mania T. only daughter of
the lata John W. Oiborne. of New Caatla county.
No cards,
Sa1t Oysters and Clams Tresb *r#ry I
any part o f tha city or elsewhere. j.l3-dlm I
— - i . ..■ ■ ■■■ * m m 1 1
Tau y p% laiTritlri I I
IgJ"-"" "• Bl'lwnkl.t,
sign and ornament au
I» A I IVTER.
I
Sign Booms, Corner 2nd nnd Klag I
* od **■* ÄSS
„•asarjai■
| — ' , , ■■
I ** *' wlafc Hard Waad
a "iJ l?' 11 '* kc *"? ll! ' , th » n . »"T other now in use
| 0,11 anJ *' a >t in operation at M0RRI3g0Nij
403 Shipley ttreet, Wimin«ton.
^ 1 UAHS
! CRABSI!
KeoelvetLevery day at 4Vi o'clock,
AT Allicawm,
711 SHIPLEY ST.,
] A
I Tn Ol'PHH CiloodH.
I
■%
HE RELIABLE REFRIQEBATOR
s the best in the market, bsenate it has mors cir
I eolation of cold air; it has no sink lining to corrode
I or get oat of order:
jel3-d2m
FURTHER REDUCTION
Now is the tiiao to parehaas
E- XdAIgfTCTTSr,
Ko. 5 East Second Street
1 I
I Sal*
of
I west
I 3
of
Isiellinj many kinds of Goods
I.cas llinm Importen' Price.
HE HAS A NICE LINE OF WHITE GOODS
GO SEE THEM.
jel-2m
pATRICK HASSANS
Carpets and Furniture
np
WARE ROOMS.
Au4 Cfolldren'e Carriage Uepsl.
He
be
No. 219 WEST SECOND STREET, I
Wilmington, 0*1.
Constantly on hand a large *nl varied areortmeni
0 f oarpeta. Oil Cloths. Bureaus. Tables. Stands,
Chairs, Bedt'eadi. Lookinr Glaasee. Clocks. Uat
I tresse and Iliiu«e Furaishing Goods, generally of
the latest styles and mod* in tha best manner, to
»he »'tention of the Ladiee end Gentlemen.
u T . 'th _ o—-..-la.,
Children V Coarhe* a Specialty.
I Any of the above named goods, will be sold low
I er tor rash than they can be purchased at any other
I house in the City, or at vary moderate rates oa ta
B?ring\he largest and «rexteervarie» of goo*.
of e„y home ia the City, the publie will consult
I their interest by »Ging him e eeJI before pnrehet
I lor elsewhere. PATRICK HASSAN,
I No2.fi w **iÄtJ?F d
_ Wlhnlnston. Pel.
- _ . . -
JMU SSA fjtt »t#t.
rrtwo HORSES for tale low. on the
X form of Henry Kane, within a half
mile of Garrett's Snuff Mills. Christiana
iaU-dtf
M
. . _
[ Hundred. Del,
i v-, 0R SALE.- 'Dairymen attention,'' a «parlor
I f Alderny COW. three year* old .fresh March 1st,
bus-11473. for sal* cheap. Enquire of E. W. Lewis,.at the
| Black Hone Stable, Front street, Wilm. J*il-tf
COR SALE -ft. first-clan Grocer, Stora, S. B.
5,h " dPopl "
| B ay31-12t S, W. cor. 3<1 and Shipley streeU.
i 1?0R REN'l'—THREE STORES 1. the Nw Ha
ôn*'un'Fift* , .tîî*t Ho,U * :> *"* # * ****
| •'^^1 ÂSS fo E. T. TAYLOR.
-——- -
TX)R RENT-Two tara« oonnesting Eeexra MR
T in th* third story of the SaVill* Bnild li
r*ALEX r HI
I - M3 Marhetrt rari^
T7IOR RENT—New Haas*. N*. ltffi Har- iMk
I U risoa street. •l«v*a roum*, all modern W
a I !■ aeaoaat with «aid Headred.Tfc.
î3^K?tei'iâKrs
ItSÄ %Y StiX 1K2.
I ran ate eemmlraloa».
1 .
1
• sms
U40 30
ÜÏ5TÎ
as't
i
rahirct to tr
May fite. Un.
1
&a.wt
M.»'« '
e(
%
ff l
X.
zr>
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to
A ra
RM» *
*8£t
t it i
1 J«li-»3t
Hundred
!
_
>7 VALUABLE WHARF FRONTS,
*
_,_ _ _ - _ _ ___
«VQttt I4ths I fi 73,
»* o clock, p. m..
" " "»rf F nuta of 100 feet each, about 350 feat deep,
These lota are altuatad on tbe South Side, distant
SWiî'J. 350 from tbe Christiana avenue or
'"ird Street Bnd«a. and adjoining tbe W A W. R.
RiVarw B olmmereJ l itSLt!**Wh7S lot* aV'ranîîy
P«*>li* »Me and difflcult to obtain except
highrotai Those lot* will be valuable for coal
'• 'headvaatagsof water and
ïàiiïï torT~uuiion""sra?ri7« » r *oc7f*on°fo , 7 r bS:
. TEEMS OF 8ALE.-Tw«nty
^Unce ia note# with approved endorsers, equally
3 6 . bearing interest from the
day of sale. Ssttlemsots in ell cases to be made
,,r, 1 T,** M t0 fh* foUowiog Saturday. June flat. 1871
«Id. .uliSÄf USÄ» £Äte
pay the whole in euh on or before that time will be
I entitled to a clear discount of flee per esnt. Imme
1 poasaaaiou on ratüament.
I
I nett Pike ( Pennsylvania Avenue.) sad ooavaaient
1 to tbe Pauenger Railroad en Delaware Avenue
I Ths neighborhood is being rapidly ballt np and im
proved, and Public School No. U. ia on an adjoiaiog
fesafawsKrya.-tfiiss
"<* •*? "oaths, aq sally divided, bearin« tatet set
I from tha day of sals. Settlements in all eases to be
I îüff 1 * V ,h * °®** ° f .OH* AMuisr. »/avion« to the
[J» Tet A«tnta and AneUoneera to effect the §>
SttbUf ߻U i.
AT
PUBLIC HALE.
Will positlvsly be raid, on ths premises on
cent cash aad tha
M. M. CHILD A CO.. Ageats,
No 4 W. Seventh Street.
vi 1 lining ton. D«l*w*rs.
js7-U
24 DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT8
AT PUBLIC SALE,
OsSalnrdajr,Jasi; 14 th, ' 73 ,
St 4 o'clock, p. m. ( oo ths premises.
in
sie
04 BUILDING LOTS
AT PUBLIC SALE.
Will b* sold at Public Sals on ths premiss, on
Saturday. June 14th, 1873
at Vi o'clock, p. m
Thera are braatifal lots, treating on Rodman,
Hawlsr. Webb and Third streets as extended.
Every poor man eaa bay a let, se «hey will (til
low, from tl.50 to S3 per toot; terms very easy. If
yon bay a 35 fast lot at 150. yon will only have to
pay 110 eash. and six aad 1! months for the halanra
without security « ra4 s i ss y. Situated south from
Park, near the Front
WILLIAM BRIGHT. _
L. Stidu.ii A Sob, Auct'rv.
,
Street toll
Agent
Js7 U
p
VBLIC SALE «F
CKMETERY LOTS.
1 I Notice is hereby given thst there
I Sal* of Lots, in ths iioautifnl aad d
of the St. Osorge's Cemetery Co., situated one m
I west of tbo Iowa, an TUESDAY, tho 34th inst,.
I 3 o'clock, p. a.
will bo a Publie
esirablo grounds
Ils
at
p. a.
Tbo ground oompridng abuat
recently boon laid ont Into lots,
snitahl« for vaults, is high
ths most desirable bnrUl i
four 14) ACRES, has
many of them very
rolling and one
in tho State.
Sod
places
By order of tho board of Directors,
J. P. BKLVILLK.
Secretary.
jel-tx.
NYLVAK SPRIYCiS.
CHARLES KYLE. PsormxTot.
This pleasant place of revert has been amity
for thereesptioa #f Individail Visitor*. P
nd Social Parties.
fitted
iraics
Ample accommodations for Dancing have been
LOMONADE. CAKES. FRUIT. Ac .
will be sold to all who may desire them.
No Intoxicntingliquor* will be sold on the ground.
He will also continue his ponular stead at Second
and Market streets, where the above named summer
luxuries may be hail during the season; also, at his
residence. Sixth and Orange streets, where he will
pleased te see his many friends aad the publie
generally. mayd-3m
fftJ*àRBAM.
SMITH & BREEN,
If. E. Cor. Fourth and Shipley Sts.
Constantly on hand ih* best brands °f/££F\
FAMILY FLOUR
t lowest market prie**. MBm
By* aad Unbolted Flour, White and
Yellow Corn Keel.
OAT-MKAL, n superior art loi* always on hand
Flow nr. Vegetable Md Field
All kind* af
BIRD HEED,
1*3-4«
fresh and re-*leaned.
OW IS THE TIME TO ORDER
Teat* for Camp Rlcetlaf.
HOBT. W. BIRSTK
N
Has a large stock ef material on hand, sait- Jfo
rate neidsneee or pahlle bnlldiags. which ha will
make«a,short ateiee.
mayMtf Water street. Wilmiagte«. Del.
B 13 IM« A LANGE,
OSBIBAL
Prormoi Dealen,
Exetliior
s^ r
}
; WILMMfTON. OKU.
THfca WAŸ 8 IHK,
W «IBKLY-ILLUftTRATKD.
no to can *
TTM mad LOMBARD «fite.
fit FHtH COUNTRY
' 9»!eadM Tea for 30 «cats ter ponte,
st-lm
Q.NAAD onu ■acsi.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
SATURDAY, June 14th.
The Old Pets.
SKIFF & GAYLORD'S
minstrels,
And Brass Band.
14 STAB PERFORMERS, 24
••n US Horn,
THREE BONES.
THREE TAMBORIK1STS.
Ths strongest Minstrel Band new travelling,
Ths Great Quartette Clog Detro.
THE WONDERFUL
MILLIE CAYLORD,
Ths Boo si ass Centettioalst
ADMISSION....
Jel2-d3t
JOB GAYLORD. A genu
EXCURSION
TO COLLINS' BEACH.
Asbarv M. K. Sabbath School will
make an Lx canton oa the Steamer
ARIELTto Collins' Bench.
Tksnday, tmm* loth, 1871.
Leaving French street wharf at 7X o'oteck. A. M..
returning early ia the evening.
REFRESHMENTS provided oo hoard tho boat.
Special rare wilt be takea to soenre good order
HM make it a pleawat trip far tke friends of the
TICKETS—Adults. 75 seats. Children. 40 rants.
For rale of tickets, so. potesn or apply to tho
Committee of Amocomonts.
D.T. HAWKINS.
Jell 4t
Chairman.
Ssttttf.
I A MEETING OF CORPORATORS of "CUy
■ ten Loan Aaoociation. Ik. nmlirsfgaid was
aaUorixsd toopsn a book for inbraription of steok
It m propo s ed to ran this loan oa th
. — r . : *° H* T P to the horrowor. tho whole_
ot the loan and to oolloct the premium with duos
aad Iatoroat. It is also proposed to have weakly
payments.
JeU-tf
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN.
*25
Tks above reward will he paid for the I
DewellviUe
REWARD.
By order of the Board of Fublle Kdnsatian.
GEO. R. ROBERTS. tT"~„
M ACALLL8TRR, / Lraamllte.
je!3d
8. A.
täSZ'
iaM-d4t
50 pw cost, on the capital laveesed.
tertccaoUhadtorS^k^,
ia
9*eV
fiSf
JAS.H. FRAY A CO.
DIVIDEND.
T H SAri^E^to'SS2OT, A5D
„ „ , Pmussuiu. Jana«. MTS.
The Board of Dirye ton have liselaro* a seaai-an
aaal DiyMoad of Poor per rant on ths Capital
Stock of the Company. payable on aad after the Off
of July. 187U.
ALFRED HORNER.
jun*-4w. -----
N OTICK—Walton k James will «erre 5 mads
ICE daily to any of thaw inetosMn foe •'OssKa
per week.
AfECH ANIC»' LOAN.—H sts yea mhvrtbed 4a •
a-vj. the 3rd series of Steek of the Mrahnain»*
Loan Anuwiatieu.
The AxsocUtion now o
Cera to pay >_
per cent, for slock of the 1st series.
This shows the large profits made, and arguss weft
for the value of tha aaw tiueh.
af
'
Mt Market mime.
may 13
NOTICE.
SOMETHING NEW.
Thom of oar eilixaaa wiehiag to hny Wage- .
maker A Brown's Clothing, should call atNo. 1
4U0 King street. Wilmington. Del., where
their Agent. FRED. CARSON, cm aeeemm*
yon with th* latest style« of Clothing, from the
rest house of the kind in th* United ateur; he
keeps a fall line of SAMPLB, te suit th*
aad make* them up at
WAN A MARK II A BROWN'S
PRICES.
Giro oa a call and «aa for yooxsalvea. befora pnr
rhaling elsewhere, at
40S KINO STREET.
SdandFi
ih streets, imports hl« ewa
par* Havana Cigars from him.
mayS-Vte
O FFICE OT THE CITY TREASURER
WiLanioro*. D*l.. April H.
1173.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE
THOUSAND DOLLARS, ($125,000)
WILMINGTON CITY LOAN,
((HEW ISSUE)
mov orriBKD fob bau.
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