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* -TW. WILMINGTON, DEL., MONDAY, JAN. 19 . 1874 . PRIQE 1 CENT. VOL. LXXXIII.--NO. 249 . ITTE. DAILY GJLä ,y \\ untrd re £*i M POK.U 1 bo org.iu of C'ongreHMuau Lolland, the Milford -s, invites Congress to increase "tho eompen a for fntuie ttongreaaea to auy rcaaouable , •• I hero Is hut little doubt that It try a, iuirsc.ed ill as just and pro •• No doubt Mr. Lolland would volo for Mich ai.', hoping himself to ha nominated and •V, He should and sented late which of 4 r seven tary Taylor bat and of when routed 20,00« the and the of to of ry March the vada, ico as. to and the His of a dies." write of ver all yon sati li^mc,'' » .1*1 u\ VVU'lM 1)0 P*»r. nn incre elected l< We ihiak th- ycoid ru coïul t»> o fully cou much it D. luwaro fulÿ ■ .SlllUll K*:t uot ▼in ixutlh. 11, th' il as Ui. vCKt'caHiu*.—Hur Hepublican As THICK frlead. »r. not likely lo ho in need of candidates for Gov .1 nor and I . S. Senator, ai will appear [rum the following list suggested by tho Uepuhli lu hope* of gocurlug a liberal donation for , a new name, it will be parcel v fjn i.-e^ party purl» «4, ha« been added withiu a tow duy* : •nior, L>wia Thompson, K«q und J. F. cl l*r. Jump, of Kent. For VYihiirn« jI1,i i thi« county, For Senator It up >11 Hou N. U Muilheis, s' M. ilArlington, 1V»1 , w. I 11. S. Met joio, w. i.umd. of Ills legst We-rs. ilonlJ, Williamson or . G. I'. Fisher, say of Democrat. not a If w«* c II..I). U H Hod ■y, E «1 Ooh <\ Spin uu •nil ay umto mi, -itch ; proie Tlwnip*««* or U I" 11 II i;iciablt) to hi addition to tho above we have Lourd eugijêit ,1 ui Cliitt dustio« ttilpio, who., stec > onto the <•. S Mi uoto would bo a flttiug orowa to s long and honored term of public servie». In Unit event Mr. Sinitbeis would mnk. an udmir» ble ssccessur on the Bench Fst us however osrry the Lexislntiire, si. I then wo ceil ulk etiout the •Seinilorabip. It would be well v diuin'.y tx) toliow the adrice tu tin* U?t Buutenci*. Hut mild Ik ) whom liât is to be done with whose uaiaee litre been offices, itid the Republican ha« I« there no Republican in But when did Mr. the other Kcnth*tnen coupl 'd with th luft out iu the cold ? tit la be Senator ? Su*f Fiahcr «et "out-aidc of the legal profen«ion % Oao of our most intelligent Democrat« gu^gett« that tire Treaiilent »end i of Frederick Douglas«, for Thiol Justice. thin k it would not be a bud Idea to let the Radical« have a change to demonstrate Ih«lr c«|uality doc trine over Fred. to tin* Senate tha sane We How Old. Su And And The mal to The Republican politely toll» the Como mind it* own business. That it* good advice and Dm the Commercial thinks it should bo heeded, is dolug ho, while lecturing our neighbor on not crushing out nil oppouets to tho ruling Ring. says Captain C* WirHDiuwar.—^The Reßublia il. Gallagher, Las withdrawn a* u candidate for the Sheriffalty IVe are glad of it for the Captain likely to prove a formidable competitor to his \ Î was ratic rival nevi fall Dem' poLfTiCAi. treat. roitucod ou 1 riday in lh« Ueorgia cmi. eutiou ot the States to revise ol tbi i nitedState* TbaHouae iluti Ti protestiu^ ugaluat the paaaajça nnecut*ary aud unde* A bill was 1 Sanate, calling u the Count l tut it »h pasaod of any 4'tvil Right* t»i!l a* sir-d by either lin* wnit* ®r colored popalatlon, iud ae an infringement upon the tmci lod rights c! 114 Congres* not to inter of lhu State. ' If To To By On At By On By ol the State«; ntid rt«i ith th* .ilallo initi iere It Wai adopted wit lu It is veiy ovulent t Loan jontnals which Im lreasonable to s<iy uiiyttiin ; agiunsl tho Atltninis trut.on "have In* trd somothiug drop." It i* dawn ing ou them that the people are iu i mood for plain speaking of the irulh, aud they secordlugly are much t^iven to tolcnm warning*. Here is a good specimeu of this oLungu ol Bcntinieut in Che Dei Moines v Iowa) State Journal " a party we are standing on perilous grouad. it remains to be seen whether those in authority have the vir tue uud coinage to lipo above the level of sellDh greed, aud d«vo!c themselves primarily to the pub lic interest. 1 f they fall in this, it requires no pro phetic vision to furotell thair disploeeniunt from power a.*» last ualhe people have the opportunity. These are plain word«, but the time» demand them. Will the servant* oi tho people heed tho murmur mgR of the impending stormr ' . iusentiu*» voice, largo part of the llepub tiiitierto considerud It a W u THF. BUY A*l> 4GRI» IN THE MOON. ijuch queer things oä the bird* do tell me! the moon, and heard hi* bandiabed there for But I'm told You tha iii.u i have story, perhaps, bow ho izatLenn^ slicks oa the Sabbath day. that in tiweden tho pennants' children see, iustead a», a boy aud a girl in the moon, boarlup; Thie iA oil account of the tu-tween them n I-»il ot water, of on old t-Miudiiiiivm lugend, whioh uie.u* a le gend known lo Sweden nud Norwuy in uicleut time,, wh u their name wa, Scandinavia. Well, the legend a*)', Ihel Mani, the inoou, atolo thwe two children while they were drawing water from a well. Their name, were lljukl and Bil- They were lifted up to lh« moon along with the backet and w-'11-pole,and placed where they could be been Iroin the earth. When next you look et the rotrud, lull mooa, roiuein'oer tliia .tory, end If too have imagination enough, perhaps you wilt i.ee U-uki and liil with their pail ot water — f rom •'Jnck m th! Pulpit."in s '- A nltolu. j jr »iruery. •• IU i.iJ'-T here was "more A Communist truth than poetry " in tho inacriplioti upon a ban ner carried by one ot the .tragglmg bend, of teU-nauted worklngnxen iu New \ ork tbe other '•tho Abolition ot l.abor" waa proudly atuoii^ tha ullimatums day. boruo upon thu canvas claimed bv tha gang who rallied round Ilia banaar. That ts just tiio troublo ; these street lounger« had succeeded in ubolishmg labor a, f;tr aa Ih.y wrre eoueernod, while tho real laboring men of New York went iudustrioualy plying their trade« aod providing for elieir luimliea. IXelr motto seeaxs to be sweat and broud, that ol the communiât* •' bread or blood '. "—HaU.i nur* 9«* a -a T pyx. —Do Saturday afteruoou AUo ™*T- U *" eral William, tclegrnphed lo Uovarnor Daria, of Taxa*, that tho lTraident doea not fae warranta« furul.hing troop» lo eld him m boiding an oL . ». tii.'li he anueara to have already held h^r«« . .. of four years prescribed by the Conatitu tion of Texas. A despatch from Auntin sUtn, that ou Friday last tho newly lo»taU*d (jok**. *ent a coromnnicotion to t«qn««uni _ utUr to d«livtr to him tb« Liecutiva office, with it« paper« and other properly. IQ It la yet *onxa mouths befora the month ot May, ■ M — are tmtheinoiU, tun uana 1 . A new Jaraay iron mlH i. ftÄ» kMlUh the AVwm REUNION OF MEXICAN VETERAN«. ADDRESS OP GEN. NKG1.EY OF THE FEDERAI. ARMY. patciicil Jones, with wilt .lone*, l'ou be Mr. your Mr. the cutter Bt wood Mr. Dix, like friends were lows tain ami Cat) to tall one sheet the an the found made 137!, coat POK.U BY OKN. ALtlEItT TIKE OF TltK COT fKUKHATK ABMY. UENKHAT, NKOT.KY'a ORATION. He said tho plaça which he now occupied should have neun tilled by General Cushing, and It was but very recently that lie had con sented to till General Cushing's place. After referring to the absent ones, ho proceed to re late the circumstances which leu to the war In which they were engaged ; ho said In the spaoo of 4 r * years Mexico was cursed with thirty-two different forms of government and seventy seven different presidents, dictators, and mili tary rulers. Mexico had then 4ö, 000 men,while Taylor arrived before Matamoras with .'..fOO combatants out of t>,300 men. With this small, bat effective force, be inaugurated the brilliant campaign that led to the victories of l*alo Alto and Itesaea la Talma, the siege and capture of Monterey, and the battle ol Buena Vista, when with 4,000 men and lifteen cannons he routed amt nearly captured Santa Anna with 20,00« ol his best troop«. He then referred to the movement of General Scott on Vera Cruz, and his triumphant march to tho capital, when the Mexican dag was hauled down in the city of Mexico, amid the salvos of artillery, by tho Mexican guns now in our possession. The speaker, could not, in tho biief tinm allotted to bin today, recount all the personal feats of gallantry and daring which tilled the histo ry of that campaign. Tha treaty was ratided March 10th, 1848. and the United States was enriched by th« vast country now iucluded In the State« and territories of California, Na vada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mex ico In addition to the peaceful control of Tex as. As th« result of thair success he referred to the growth of those States and territories, and said : "Reason and patriotism sanction the exulting pride ef the old Mexican soldier. His services have brought within the influence of civil and religious liberty a grand realm in a favorite clime with the wealth of the In dies." He asked on what principle of human justice shall be the reward bestowed by a grateful country upon tha few eurvivors, aad closed by saying It be had th« power he would write their names on the unbroken columns of bis country, and inscribe their deeds on the consecrated folds of tha flag of our Union, whioh to-day commands of respect of every nation of the world. The Marine band again played one of its choice selections ; after which General Den ver next came forward and said : "You all know General Pike, and be Is now berore yon to dsllver a poem upon this excellent oc casion." or of In the ha« in Mr. late day at ceed W iost.. doc We MENERAI. PIKE'S POEM. General Pike then read the following poem '•When California vu a foreign land !'* How many «hadewy.gho«t-like figures stand Between that then and now t Forms of dead years Old. meagre, pale, and from all bloed and tern». Su on toeea full of pain and agony. And sitting bowed in «peechlees misery ; And tbreo. the farthest from us, laurel erovrned. The year« of victories over foreign foes renowued. •st recall to and it not C* for his Comrade« and friends, the glorious p Live in it again ; in memory upon all Your well-known fields of battle stand again. \ oung. hopeful, eftger, proud, os you were then, Rubais against th# tyroaay of tlma. Ride through the hills, the meuntam pa*««* climb ; Camp on the stream« through fertile vale* that flow From th« broad beds of everiaatiog snow ; Hear once again the astec eagle scream ; Î ee once again Bantana's lances gleam ; he toil* and hardship* of the march endur* Win glory, and year country'* thunks -^ura. revise unde* c! inter State. ' When California wsj a foreign land ! If time's not measured by the dropping -i That counts the silent moments os they fin. Bat by the great deed* that are dene in it. Then, comrade«, 'tis a century or mero Since Yaukco arm« the dug of glory buie. From Palo .Ulo. »ui from Vera Cru», Destined the duy upon no field to lose. To tho Bolen gate ; and upou it* every fuld To have new glories added to tho old a By Taylor'* logions, won nt Montere> . On Buena Vista'* memorable day . Where Kenrney lod to victory hi* ooinman.l And Stockton's sailor* learned to fight on Ian 1 At Sacramento* where the brave troop*, led By Doniphan, tho toedRvomtited ; On Churubusco * Lloody causeway won By deeds of valor at Contreras won ; When Worth and Putnam stormed Cha, ultcpcw And Mexico lay stranded like a wreck. ni ol dawn plain are good Che party vir sellDh pub pro from them. It After Romos, when the motherland, W ith sword upliltod in her mighty Land, Culled on her eon* to meet tho bruggard îoe. Aud bear her banners into Mexico, trumpet call to evory hamlet heard. The Nortn and South aliko inspired and stirred ; Then from the icy pino-clad Maine Aud tho great lukee rang out the same refrain. To the Mexique Gulf and furthest Arkansas ''Ready 1" and "Forward to tho *cat ot war 1 u d 1 Then from th« citi«s reigning by the sça. Aud inland mart* of earntst in lustry. From the lone homos of har-ly husbundiiivG, Come forth the toiler« with the plow «r.d |»cu. Soldiers and citizen*, to volunteer. To all alike their ccuntry's honor dear. Little they eared the cause ot war to know : Enough for them that in far Mexico Our little army, then th« nation's pride. Faced galluatly red war'* advancing lid**, And if not hourly reinforced would be. It and the nation's ttag. in jeopardy. The flair that tyranny abhors and hat«». Whose golden stars the symbols wer« ot Wate- *. Kfcoh star a sun that with IU own Ught shone. Not planet*, with reflected light alone. And waking with their «toils harmony. The consultation's radiant unity. Then, on« by one tha days ot glory cam». That neither North or ttouth alone oould » imiu. Nor wished to: who*«immortal meuione- arc The common heritage of e* try star . I util the conquest of a natiou crowned Our onus, and a golden Oalifonia foui. 1 No tyrant, by the right of eouqnest lord. To rule her by the tenure ol tho swoiji But freedom, ruling by her might divin«. Making her. too. a star, with oars to shu«e. Nor did we taka her by the «word alone. But by Coir purchaoe wade her all ouf owu. hi* for told You iustead boarlup; account a le uicleut Well, thwe from They backet been the If wilt f rom "more ban bend, other proudly England r,member* with nolelaaning priJe, Th, old ielda by har »on. blood «am-tincd Ramaubm Agin court, and Uncy. too. And Polctl.n, aa watt a. V> at.rloo Sh»U the old glort.a of orw arm» grow pate. .11 Med hy the latter t Shalt the name, grow .tale Anddim.uk. aura vaUad by an »vtouacioud. f which lh.tr oouatry once wa, Juatly proud ; Lot «,. at laaat. in rwv.raaoo hold lh«« nauia-. And guard with jealou.y th.ir worthy tauxto ; Honoring, aa than wo hoaorod. all tho btava. Whau Idinola atrawedjjow.iw on butler , grxvv. When Indiana mourned the ftxtaof Yell, an.l Miaaiaeippi wept when Harden tell : emherlng that we all were Yankee, thare, In the eomwea glory, hnd a ahare. aatiag not that nay state ahoold via tax aalva right te any hero's feme. banaar. had wrre New aod seeaxs L U *" of warranta« an oL h^r«« Conatitu sUtn, t«qn««uni office, aagh I hot I mnri Uy your natleao* "till. a reluctant promise do fulfil. >4 theatory of on* gloriuui day. ,ll*n Ra tx.roea snare* had dlwl away. Wriiw He then read hl« well-known poem on the w Hattla of Huoaa V i»U " CB1MK AT CRI9F1KLÜ. CkuaFALM, Hu-, Jao. 18 —Jam*» MoBanu, boatman, from Bulttmora aiUmpU* «0 »111 a May, p,, bar* last night by catting bia Ihioaf Tb* tb^jail ^ ^ ^0« AaiW. Tb* pawtiwi all «*c*|*d excapttb* man h -w u^ar «TWf. AVwm th * hmnrfnrn lltntmicn 1 Rtfcnl. "Shoot Him on tho spot!" Fitly in January, 1801, General Dix ilia patciicil a ypeoinl agent. Mr. TV in. Ilemphill Jones, to Mobile and New < iileaiia, arineil with an order reading as follow, "This letter wilt be presented to you by \\ illiam Hemphill .lone*, a special agent of ibis Department.— l'ou are requited to obey such orders ns may be given you, either verbally or in writing, by Mr. Jones, with regard to tho vessel uuder your command." Mr. Jones arrived at Mobile too lato to savo the eutter there, but found tho New Orleans cutter unmolested, and at onctj ordered its commander, • aptalii llreshwood, to proceed Bt orce to New York. This, llaptain Hresh wood refused to do. and it was in answer to Mr. Jones' report of that refusal that Gemini Dix, gave utterance to the words that llew like wildfire all over tho North, assuring the friends of the Government that its energies were not wholly paralys ed, and that effective measures would lie taken to maintain the integrityef the ITiion. lows : lunar it T Dei'SRtmFAT. January 18f'>L—Tell Lieutenant F'aldwell to arrest C ap tain Itreshwood.assumecommaudor theeulter ami oliey tliu order l gavo througli yon. If Cat) tain l.reshwood, alter arrest, undertakes to interfere with the command of tho eutter, tall Lieutenant Caldwell to consider him a mutineer aod treat him accordingly. If any one attempts to haul down the American Flag, sheet him on tho spot !" '■John A. Dix, "Seoretary of the Treasury." Camden, N. J. J. • - W. An Oj.d Adaue Yrau'im*.— The truth of the adage that " there mny be some good under an old coal" may adduced from the fart that in the pocket of an old ouat of Johns Uopkina, a deceased million.rie of Baltimore, was recently found a will of hia nephew, Arundel Hopkins deceased (a man of wealth'', which was tiled for probate in Baltimore on tha I2lh inat made ami duly authenticated in Faria in March, 137!, and see ins to have beea long carried in the coat pocket of the uncle. 91 Hou-ch, fab*-', the N ffl N ko til pro«-' « »dice, The ord«*r rt*Ail a-^Iol 11 hands tue the N N _ g gen. V/ 1 JL un lut« It was DIED. HANNA,—In thie city, on Saturday*. Jaatiary 17ih, 1*74, Mrs. Mury K. Hanna, in the 4Vh year ot her age. Tie relative« and IriemD of (lie Ihuu 1> are re •pectfmlly invited to attend the tunernl. iruui her late residence, No.GOi West Front street. <»n Tues day afterneon, the LIKh in«t. Services at the hou;e at JS o'clock ; tuneral to leer« at 5 o olook, to pro ceed to the Old Swedes' Burrying Mround. SEAL.—On the Hth inat., Jojeph Real, in h*« b**th year. ibe relativtv. ou«l friends are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of b. N. Pusey. Ne. *Oi W ect street, on third-day (Tuesday) uiorninx, JUth iost.. to leave the house at 11 o'clook. ssu OUR NEW NUMBER. mtt'2 Market Htreet, «82. WILMINGTON. ^*2. Remolds A Co. Sell Farm« at WJ Market Street. Reynolds J Co. Rent Farina at STi Market Street. Reynold# A Co. Sell Houses at Ï& Market Street. Reynold« 4L Co. Rent H»ih« Ot 932 Mmkrst Street. Reynolds A Co. Sell Mortgagee at «32 Market Street. Reynold# 1 Co. Buy Mortgage« at *32 Market Street Reynold* A Co. Coll« t Note* tvjid Bills, at 4JJ Mar ket Street. ; 3 uiiH at Markst Su Reynold* 1 Co. Colieot A Reynold* A Co. Invite Call* at 8:t2 Market street. janlo d2w Java 1474, the the ANCHOR UNE STEAMERS. r^5d» Sl "' way Sweden. Denmark, Germany, trance, llol KlllHKIL. UUASOOW ua-1 1'f.RHY by " day', steamers 8 ,lu By Saturday s steamer. 0H T ioKEl'S,l»l*0. INTKHMEDIATK. 8*0. d'l'KliRAllL. 8*0.— ^Vartl«» sendlngfor thair trienJ3 In the OU Coun try can i>u n-hase tmk.-tj at loweat rates. Jor lur Wileu N mvtoa t l.l»W4W Bower'« Hooi' Linuuom. After30 yo ira praUteal d «uiïiua. tMiiuiuï. At. I U»»« learn luore horaua h»ve b.«n mw-le-l hy .aa.toB'kn to the . i k . n all other dise-^es combtnea. After many un.rim.no 1 hav.i tuund Iho true remeJv to i'U« visT the (ti.e«-et 'he htH-V.or roatora a altetuea Itaenee. to what n.ture u,tonioJ 'huulJ t e- r }5, ta , ùriT JS«»; Contraction oi tho Back Sinew, generally «Tea k^M ^ùnV A''..) «"1 rMtore thu o that it, been rrloolM by th- waot o .uoh . „ -oj, *A-Try il. and It will navar fail if pteporl) up 1 ^Bathe the horse c tout "uoe a weak, or "Koner »f fîXrr. Ht «hwliMl .ltd irox.aad around the uuoi lies« to the bau. M.C. HOTEL, ha N»>rrDto\vn, l*n. i* to certify Mk M C- Bo^km — D» *r Sire Th that 1 have used your Liniment in my sta-»U'l >r thSie donthaTaei.o., »■■mthaa o.e hundred hor SÜBÏi m h 'Ä-" mendu. end iu. /« kl U.l ON. *" u ' No. 13Ï Wert Slit 'treot. New \ or 5 - t*ly of PUILAD'A. WlLMITOTO* BALTIHOilli BA1LHOAO. WmtDRAWAT. OV TRAINS AND CIIASflB it. .nd alter Toeelay. November llih 1971. the 7 00 A M train trem Philadelphia will be run xo Lauiokm train, will h. w,lll p. r î.*5 ,, u 1B 9 IDA. *,iW.4»â f - «• k '* lw,, ° PltD»**" 1 »*» «I Lainukin. ^T'he^ûiètn'î'ow leavie, Philadelphia at 3 4» P M • or Moor*'» «rill leave el oS" F. M- "») »"» »" L »' 4 .-J. I». Jl hetw.au l.*wmhiw and mokia. A train will leavw Lauxohinatl oo A-M.for Phil •Tg^^ftknsrss . u , t8 u. F. KBNNEY. bupt. W! COPPER SMITHING. k ;sï,ï-ib si .si saTSSfiassswu' ... "• of tha trad*, aad wmmak* every ■ full aatlalhetlou. iaak-tf t a coutxuuanee effort t* render 1 wATdlnenb nKLSLKR. MaBRIDK * O». L'HH'tt B STEAM FREIGHT UNE J NOTICES. 91 UOO ASK will hay 4 i*«uI oroctl Blatt* -roofed Mono H|n Hou-ch, renting for 8$ i-«r month. ^1!!! REYNOLDS CO.. .HÜ jAiilS-Gt V\'J! Market street. ÔTltÊ-LMÔkf"LÜÂ N ASSOCIATION. The fifth uonu.il meeting nf Union Lwan Association will he hold at tho office of Mr. Me* fab*-', corner of 1 hird find Market, on Wednesday, the LT.it instant, at H o'clock. 1*. M.. to receive the •ort of tho auditor", and tor th« election ol M L. LIOUTENSTEIN. Sccret*rj-. N ffl ocra. iauD A N OTH K—GERMANIA LOAN ASSOCIATION Mo. '-.— A spoci.l io-etin* of Renn «nia l.omn Association '. will be hei I on lh« '21st in p t. ko action ia ra!drc>t.je te a in end tu «nt« of fj til > - M. I.. LICHTENSTEIN. Secretary. j.ti, ',t TJACRAm: F \ LET WEEN PHILA DELPHIA AND WILMINGTON. During the close »>t navigation. ijt.-artV Et pro«-' w ill receive good* till u quarter tu 411 oViociu « »dice, LhsMinit !*treat Wbart jan.7il K 'VTOTICE.—A lueetinf of the Trustee« of the 11 Poor of New Cattle t'onntv. will be held ,»t on WKDaNESDAV, tne ^th ol lock, A. M. Tfeu*o bavin g bill« mcnioat the in«tituiion will please place them ta the hands ot the Trustee »1 their ilutul «4. JenU-tui tue Al Jdonary. at 1») HOU-P JOHN W. K\ ANS, Clerk. OTICE WATER RENTERS. OFFICE CITY WATER WORKS. ». W iluin^ton. De«, lo, 1*73. » The btUj lor 1T74 are now ready and pay able at the KegittrafV, lc*uu Market street. deoil to Jan*! N FRANK A. TAYLOR. Keautrar. N OTICE..—A Mctuui of tha Corporator« of'"lh« _ Delaware society fur the Prevention of Cruel to Animal#/' will be held at the B a ni of Trade .ooais. on MONDAY next, the Dih inst., «I 4 o'clock 1*. M . to elect a Preoident. fifty V ice Preei denu. a Secretary, a Treaaurer ana twenty Maaa WILMKR ATKINSON, Se^r. g gen. ianIJ A fYDD FELLOWS' HALL COMPANY.—The An V/ nual Meeting of the EUK-kholden of the Odd Fellow'« Hall Conpanv will ba held in the Hall, corner ot Third aad King «treats, on Wedneeday aftaruuen, January 21«t in«4.. at G o'clock for the purpose of electing a Preeident, Secretary aud 1 reaeurar. end ten Cura tun. to «erve for the ensuing HENRY ECKEL. Secretary and Trcaurer. «LKASE TAKE NOTICE.—Peno tu «ailing pro JL yerty in tne city will coaler a tavor by ciaaxkg un the Aseeaeon. at their efiee. over Feuria Street Market, aad hero the same tranaterreo. or they will be liable tor the tax tor 1*74. Per«oas owning lut« should come forward and pay ux or the lou wul be »eld. year. J«nl2uu ALEX. CHANDLER, V4M. rtTILLY. jaaHtm N OTICE.—The annual meeting uf the Grand Kuyal Arch Chapter of the Male ot Delaware will he held in the Ma souio Hall, m the etc/ ef Wiluungion, on the THIRD WEDNESDAY, being the 21st day ot January, 1474, nt 12 o'clock , 2a. J. 1*. ALLM0ND. Grand Secretary. A jand-eodAwtm K R. DIVIDEND.—THE PHILADELPHIA a WILMINGTON AND BALT. R. K. CO PWTLAPXt.PHTA, De«. ltHh, IffTX The Board of Director« have declared a Semi-An nual Dividend ot tear per coat, ou the capital stock 1 the Company, an a ary, PT1. decLMw payable un and after the *th ot 3 ALFRED HORNER. Secretary. Thomas B. Jacunett et- ai.. ) ln Chancery, /-New Caatie county, Catherine Graetf, et al. ) Cause ot partitiou. ln pursuance ot an order uf the Chancellor in the above canne, made at the Sept. Term,A.D. 1S7J, •ill persons having any hen or liées afiectiag the interest or estate o t Thomas li. Jacquett, Samuel » eClary.Jr.. Thomas McClary, Caibariuo Grseti. uma L. Gr&eflf, William 11. Graetf. Jacob W. Graeff. and Jacob Graeff, ur either ol them, m tho land* and premirts to which said cau«e relate«, are hereby notified to file h petition -eum* forth the nature and aniount ef the same in the othc« of the Register in Cfiaorery lor New Cast lo County, Uu Java before tho third Monday in February. A. I».. 1474, and to appear an J prove raid lien or lien* at the ensuing term of the Court, before the luiug ot the C *urt on the third day of theterm. VICTOR DuPoNT. Trustee. (•« • doeJ'-P'-l N OTICE.— All persou* having again t the citato of Enoch M iue«to4 to prescut the dec3t. tf any oluini* core, are rc • without delay t.» SAD'L M. HARRINGTON. Attorney for tho Assigne».«. I MARTIN JOHNSTON, BOOK - HLNDEK, Jce. book manu FACTO UK II. ol all ktaila AND 111.ASK Maxaiino». Muaio, an.l PuliUoal'.ona Satisfaction guarantsod. nraoia o> prompt attention. t Book MAUTIN JOHNSTON, 420 ISlUri.EY STHKKT. No. Wll MIWOTOW. '-* 1 - I - E.L. RICH Jr., AKCH IT EOT, «1,1 wtt.tri' mtuickt'. Philadolpkia. F» . !\o. 1107 Wertïweink««*»', Wihuloitua. Data for alt .1*1* oeUl-2uwila Varel.hM plaaa and .p.ulkoat.oa, of buitJmai and alteration». OEOROB VICKEBS, attorney at law, tlifslcrtawa. laass« (• • H. W. VM KMUt. ATTORNEY ATjIa.AYV.do ' • ood.fr w - sSp AirxLI^IAM LALLY . >v WUuLKbAUi DKALBKllN WlkiaUies. Brandie»», WiNM-fc*. Ac.. ail B. Front Sc., between Frenoh end Walnut Bireete. UjjngilTONJIg y.C. laEHWAN, FRESCOE PAINTER. 491 Tmylar Mt**» WUJB1HUIÜH. DEL J Poe oSea Max *« AMUSEMENTS. ■yyILMINCTON INSTITUTE HALL TÜRKE NIGHTS ONLY. COMMEN'.TNli MONDAY EVENING, JAN, 26 , 1871 . First appearance f M. HARTZ, The Great Illusionist ) Prom «."O BHOADM A.Y. N, Y ... m Saw -ind Attractive I *ro rruiuttieot W ointer* Sightly, including hw wigiLat Introducing «n Lot INDIAN BOX In ..-ons.-tl. n » ,tu th s»r»llllTT'A.T. K Lieh h» »MoimbM the world „.»U**«* h à furor 111 N «w Turk B>«ton an I Phi!a4«!pLia. fJ.'M» will L« given tu any per*uu «hoe the niy.tcry. Lead the optai .n 01 tb« N'«w v or . Prev inciadirur "Harpers' Weekly/' of Oec 'Sj thu/Scientific American" D«.-. 1 ah. two journal« which have netur muJe mention ol men: ADMISS :i ta. o: Huy enierui SION, to all »art» of the tLtil. Nu ettrit choree tor Reserved Se »; l*our? open at 7 o'o jEnl'T'i.tn.w.f.ia.t, ARNOLD JONES, Direct ^JAHQNIC TäMPIIi; . JOHN B. GOUGH WILL DELIVER HIS TTTGW Xi-ECTDBi; NOW AND TL'IIl-;^ ' On Thursday Evc'ng, Jan. 22 , 1874 , For til. benetlt ot the Younx M ft '» Free Library. Doer« oren at 7 ; to conimcn- « at * o'clock. ADMISSION, ad « r No extra «Large fur reserved »eat.-. Sale of Reserved Seats to commence at Buiiab man. rhomas A Co.'« Book Store, on Monday, j" 1-Hh , at u o'clock, A. M. janl *-r.t FOR SAT.H AXD REST: T7*OR # RENT—A desirable Store Pro|»eriy a r jU Kirkwool, Delaware, eajoyiug gvHxl nh»re of K troaage, in a flne agricultural section, on line ,r daware Raitn»ad. The locaUua po«se«.-e< ad ran tage« uut often found. For terms, go., apply to CflAS. Ô. ASH.sec'y. jnnld-ätawlm Delaware Ci:y. TT^OU SALE—One -»-horse power Stationary Lu X: gin« with 1Ü feet pulley fly wheel. One Locomotive Boiler. Two Crane« of 10 feet uaparity e«»'h. Two McKenrie Cupolas of J and 4 t«n< per hour. One No. 4 McKenzie Blower. All the «hove machinery is in excellent order Foe further into r ma tien apply to ■ aHUH# JuHN V. RICE. „ . 71* king str^ci, or Phoenix laundry «'«ce, ldth A Oran*« St« ja*14-tA LHJR SALK—A convenient 90 Acre Farm in Chrl« X Uana Hundred. 1^ mile« wcat of ren M** t reville, and 1 mile from A «b land Station, on the W.IW.R. R. Comfortable Stone Build Hüîi ing«. Spring House. Fruit and Shade l r«e»: pH!« Und ol good quality, wuh a Uir porUon er wood, will he sold eu easy terms. JAMES DELA PLAIN t Centrevi II«, Del. I».. at ot declJ-d2taw«w. LIND MIST BK U.KVUKU ft make reoiu for my iiumeti<e spring plantm«. e heat opportunité want to plant apples. ever offere I now offer to th.» wh J 200,000 No. 1 APPLE TREES, 8 year* old. 6 !•> H feet high, thrifty stuck, »11 e. ThisatO'ik warranted true to »ola a-above.to clear the land, l thcrefure off it as fullow*. at one-tbird the u*ual retail prue :*t be 12 cent» each, fii ) per h andre 1, J por thou*aa 1 «Irdt-rs by mail will receive prompt * Catalogues of apple' and thcr fruit Application. :tentiuD. scut 1res on HANDOl.FJft PETKtt«, and Southern Nun Great North) dec24-d.f*Jm DnJ. IAK1I i'OK NILE. I ^IIE subscriber will «all a' Public Vendue, m tLo ^nlageuf Blackbird, New Ca«tls( ounty ON SAll RDAV, JANUARY 24th, 1874 ted ." i n the The iurui on which he now reside« mad leading fro Blackbird to Ch about two and oce-h..lf mils* from the form containing 51 Acres, ments consist oi a t in#, of four rooms, and in g -oi repair ; *!* , • ■ Stable und Carnage House attached. Corn Mm: . I ntherotitbuildiniM. (Food Well ot PXJ» Water : a Peach Orchsr i. % numhet of A pple Tree . Jce. All t-o lan t i* crabie. Term* easy, to uit the t urehaicr. c u* .•e at 2 o wlock. I*. M. ianlowt he -.lo. tid -e or le«* Tne tint •tory Frime Dwell Crib uWEN CHOW LEV >R RL.N r—A Gri«t Mer haut Mill d Dwelling IIou-*e. The property i* 'itustvd a quarter of a mile from Smith's Bridge Stat.»o . F Mill u.iuJyw.D«* Hundred. D»*l Appl> t-.» ' H YRLKS and JAMES fU ADULh ' . New uk Del., ot Io> a. r ebanae for clt\ proprrtv. Small h preferrvi. Audr««, dees Î01 I - Tür RÜST- V hand*onto Lodge R a lui Market 'Irret«. Apply to FARM GLu. U. CLARK. rk. Dei EG. C M AT.Ii. £ j*OR RKNp—New ttou-e. No. 1421 Mar 1 rUoa.tr.et. eleven nop, all mode,,, iiuproveuxent,. hay wtadow,. three .tone, Coaut n ut one« it lilt U.m >n .tree!. '!*! irwvf. Inquire al fab* F ttK RENT—Da«» rrone ixoom. s»«n;l u 41IÏ Maek.i ilreet. Apptr at ttxla TjViK SALK—The old eeUbluhed and well T known City Hotel and Sublee. on We,t Front ilreet. between Khiplw and I'range. john it. frazkr; Real Fa tat. Agent, S. Vf Cor. Third and Shipley St*. nr III A44l»lj L. mp 4 tr J ^V>R RBNT—Afiae sacond-auiry frai room n. 2 tha uaaalle building. It is o«atr«l ; ia o • be*t busiikaaa aquaraa in tha city, «at wouLl rnaka au «x collent shop fora merrhaui tailor or auy othar Light trado. Eatranca plaasaat and ca*y. Rani low. AppUr at 4ld|M ark et sUeal. onthaprcia ugvII. WÎ O FFtCK OF THK CITY TKhiASUKfiR. WiLmwatow. April is. 19.3. Thirty Thouaaud Dollar*. (#30.000) WILMINGTON CITY LOAN NEW ISSUE 18 NOW OFFKBKD FOB SALE, Iu ac«ordaae* with an ordinanc* passed April 17tb. UT3. ThaBonda wUl be told at par and accrued m apritof Citi frsaiursr.