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U. I. Johnson. Editor and J'üopbiltor. HIMIIXUION, l»rl, Feb, '41. 1»74. ln«. Psn.v Ge/vttk is lublished every afternoon. s\. «id Nundal ' at Ah' Market street,and ,-ervod by icis to subscriber* in all.rarts of WiluiinfftoQ tin» surrounding town*- and. villages. iur mi * u week, payable weeaiv Yearly subscribers u advance. IUK UNI Y DEMO«. tiAllC DAILY IN 1 UK tffAlK. .1 The DELA WARE HA ZETTE. establFhoJ 1794, i-the la-ge**t an t most flourishing weekly n the tale, ana hs* u larger circulation than any other î .» ihct'euinialar, Publi*hei every Friday uhm i.y at $•„' a yi The Cost of Government. 'The coat ofOiirerment in this country is simply enormous. Aiul an the village* grow into cities exponsca increase until the luterest u• on the debt* inclined, becomoN a obi da-» a* \ illagea they ha»! manag* el to ge: aioug Iur liai h i.biitury or more V'ilhout any debt . and vet the peace and or dern! the community was preserved ; and the public all.iir* seemed to be «juite as well attended to. Hut when the l< burden, it takes upou dselfthe dignity of a city, debts begin to accumulate and continue to d » 11 fl« util tLe cting cltuci is astonished. lagern Tump ha\ ig the in disii tots are far more prudent, nt ofiural hunt cno tiacting debt», and u ih well it U bo. We find that our school districts, and hundreds, and counties, arc very cautious »Lout run ning into debt and extravagant waste. Jaed many of thoae nieni in rural districts aro entirely too illiberal, an I hence we find the schools not Iu ho have tho manage. up to tho proper standard, and the roads in had order. 1 he failure to provide properly lor (haee t *u important matters m sure to be rv« * , A -'»m i ne buiUimg t bridge*,prisons and oilier matter* by < ur county legislators is too frequent I, j , lld i and U9 a const j » i eq lured l«< an i • iur manner, out n vei y goon tebnilt. But nu »be whoiotlie kflair# of rural district», although more dillicnlt In attend to, are very tnnch better managed a« c n « •« in noli he Hnancps are tian tuoso of »hs citie* . they are aviij iadwbti J, or Liddiog Ligh ijr innnoy i i keep down Interest ac touou, iar as concert c .l i. und s « i ; 1 he disposition ot incorporated bodie«« to contract debt* h the co i exception», the citiea • th debt incurred in general, and from one end mtry to the ot»,er. itb very few ire heavily burdened a Kreattsr p, r t by tho cos: of usele.s government, am j lor sa | ar , es of officers that inigbt have been dispense«! with. The lecp Eeatcial debate io the Senate termin ated yesterday with the mon aiuendment, instrui tm^ the F laittee to report a l iu of national bank rirculatian :u u -OO.OOo. In Cecil county Mr. Janie» A. Day eiected to fill the vacancy in the Legislature over Mr. ilowsrJ, by 91 vote was 2290 less in tbe onnty Movent ber •ul.ijded of the Mun. I rov far a:; m rea.-e fexteut cf UC . ,b IS majority. The than ,n A liil m3h»cg ten hours a legai Ja;, 's Wui g children under sixteen joars oi ago has passed Loth Louse» oi the lier.eral Assembly oi M»iy i -ad, h. .a signed hy the (Joveroer aud is now a 'IV. Newspaper Gossi r iu the history of tho country ha, theie t-n u greater freedom in de&ciipLon* of public lutn,and personal details cf tb> «r Jives than at •• aSbihgton to-day. Many of th«- papers make n a point to dwell on all piquant hits of scandal. a o be even a subordinate fitmre in the national • r to have been one in tlm**s not too re to be a target lor the dribbler s *ake this for example of tbe Uni wife of Cb-**! Justice Chase u Xc mutely past, pen. 1 he woil'i and society were as uec<to > : a . s warnttL aud sunshiuc lo a bird or bntfeifly. r afbioa vas her rlcineui, and despoiled ofits sray aornraent she found herself w.tnoi.: the resour ces whiih habit bnd made eeeential to her betnv rrer freedom v. as as dear to hcr a» life ! She could no more t ear confinement than a colibri Liberty '** »«■'corded to her iu tbe only way possible i. n - ■er the ( .irr.tnetances—that cf an tail» death 7."°.* I , ut ''* nt b) ' ,r -' i0 reto irks to throw the »ligbUst depurarement on Mr. Chase or the bright, ball-room belle he selected to grue e his .omc Their man jage was a mistake on both. ibe very rranaeur of his nature ( ,nd iu ! consequent inflexibility) was a harrier between them, lie W as an impending eliu above a rose, -tretclnng every blanch, every bud, foi sunliehi beyond its shadow. He wa- never conseious, probably, of tbe obstructions bis east of efiarae ter presented to everything hke true hope and enjoyment m one who could not brook such re w" •'•»<• surrounding a babbling foun tain with marble walls, and thus converting it in to a cold and stagnant tarn Who knows how much of this same lufiuence entered into the briet lives and early deaths of ike sueceseois of Catlia line utriaas v I» ibis tight ? Have this family no feeling, to be eon^dered ? This is not the worst specimen ol such gossip we could select It is bad enough howevti sud ,t i- time that the practice ,7aà But wWle the public read with avidity such .a rson, 1 particulars -more ofien false than ti Jc the papers will publish them ?—Balto. G:t:. I on in tides. etopped. Nests of Extravagance Tu mu««!, practically u,o u»anii«r in which tbe public expeudilares have in creased, .inmad of tielng diminished, under the present Administration,Mr. IJawes sub Qiitietl tabular .•i m HlAleineniM HbOU'iliU lk*4 Hctiial reoelpi» at every port of entry iu tbe U oiled Slates, aud me cost of collecting ibe i avenue. Some curlou» facte were brougfit lo tight icepeciing tuis »ui ject that reveal tbe pi o. dso by meant» ni wLion baa been encouraged. There extravagance are 136 ports ot entry in all, and tueir aggregate receipt, for tbe last year 556 045 O'" ° ,lh "« «um »175 70 wa, collected at eight ports, and New York alone contributed S124,754.604 45 as bar abare. So tbat in point of tact New xork furnished about two-tbirds ol the entire revenue from customs. More thau half of tbe whole number ot ports are a regular charge upon tha Trea sury ; tbat is to say, they do not return as much revenue as is required to keep them up. In nearly one fourth of them there are no receipts at all, eo tbat a corps cf officers Is maintained whose only daty is to draw tnelr salarie!». and _ f 7" ffV r be »« yoar J Uil cloiiin ^. l *> e receipts , U i? 2fLl I ££ rd lo . wn oo*'Por*tiou »mounted t. nsb?£ 0 ! X ' , ÄOd disbureeuientq to tl«w4G <j5, lea vi ng » balance of $2W 51, ihere are sixty colored men in tbe Legi.lt ture of South Carolina, tbe msioritr of whom î can neither read nor write * ° , k _* Murder Near Salem N. J.. I riUTUCLins 01 tiik hk» f.nt tka«g-i»y nkaü I SAI.KM—GREAI ÎX'IIKMKXT OVKH T 11 K TUA U* EI * Y . 1 I, e Mil b l eg« iU Aai.ah, X d . l «d». in. pn*vail> through >ut Salem count \ regardmt: the murdet of ii wuF»w lady named l>ilk*, which w e» perpetrated ou Saturday last upon thetaiiu »•! John L».y.l, aluni ihre* tuile* t rom tine town. 1 be circuiustaiK»*» Mirtouti<tiii_ r the ciiun- ins by mi I repeat veil of r.ivstcry, and the mi untied cd In III still.I bave not \ct party <»r j*n to t* # w In 'be -erne the tiagcdy hull i-lamls back lrmi t been apprehended Iv I nin bou I Harrison will»* road Lower comparât ivelx Isolated, it" :»t 1***1 to recopia î the meadows Penn'o Neck, where it the nearest habitation ter* oi a mile. In I > I, F Jo! <d Up- pre ip„,t mise* the I t »>•" i. il 5 ot Mis. Abigail Iidks, I ho botiso k< barbel ib l«|Ht! is a far htud, I a Miiall negro hoy Oil baturday alteinooil last tic taiir'v at*.' an «•ally bupper, ulltt which LoyU bin but tip a team for the purposi make tome p inch use for tli ■ of (hiving into Sal« in t . i hit left i-, tak.n.: In- liii'd « t» ro with bun. Loyd ua he dn I, t-U-l'peil by (lie front dooi ul the fun I» w the tug the y an hoi and bd 1 a uiut iult lui f inding with b Ill'll.-« k« i pc l»l waving her lu • I at h id After tiausnctiug Lome, arriving there at» tut b t'l at night. Xu nno be it turned to >t II o'clock a found in the ln>u and the woman bad di-ippcs»« d. Irai Mg the .*up* pci-table standing In the tuidd'e of the floor, as it Lml been left when Lo had sot out far Silent. The bouse-keeper was a very tidy lady, and the couditiou of the room mostly fropictifed showed that t«he Lad failed to set it to right- Her ab sence somewhat alarmed Loyd, end lie sat up til! long after midnight wading for her to return, tut at 1 u»l be and tbe res! of the,family went to bed. with the conclusion that the worn in hud goneto pay a visit to some one of the farm-houses in the neighborhood, ami had coucluded to stay all night. The next day, which was Iasi Suud.iy, the house keeper did not return, amt tearing that some foul play Lad Lelallcti her, Loyd began a vigorous M arch on the premises. L pon examining the garden in the rear o! the house he was horrified upon discovering the body of the woman lying in a path. dead. There was no ev.dence that any scuine or strug gle had taken place between the victim and her murderer. In tin old trou pot w hich tlond some tweuty-tive > ird* away from tha spot a ra >r was found, the iastiuinent being the pmpeity ul the Li led man. and Lad Leen taken from the bouse. T ligrt« was m blood upon the blade, and n i* *»un posed tha; washed oti tier the ci .me w doue thu r.. . «r was A poal-mo'.wn) exaiuiuaViou Waddiuuloi). ot Sale from Philadelphia; the two cam« to the couclusiou that the wem tu hud been choked to death ti r st and the throat cut nftcrwurd*. Ti.o cashes were found to have ht en made by a pair at scis sor« made by Dr. . aided by a detective Four in*u Wb.e arrested upon susp eion imme diately. These were th« hired larm hand, the negro boy, «net two other colored men who resid ed on farms in the vicinity. The prisoners are all lodged iu the jail at Salem a waiting a hearing which is expected to take place cn Saturday. The body ot the murdered woman has b**en sent to Mantas. Gloucester county, where her relatives rebide. She was about thirty-five years of ejre, md a womau of prepossessing appearance, itiu-j ligent, and cfa good moral character. John Loyd is saul to Lave been engaged to be married to her. The motive ot the deed is thoutrht to have been an ouirag-e, as the house was not plundered, and it is also conceded that after the murderous act the clothing ot the woman was taken off and other .'arment» Fubstiiuted. The wildest most » net ex aggerated rumor) are about concerning the affair, aud ihe excitement is most intense The scene * - visited by hundreds of curious people who come both cu foot and in carriages. 4 lue Granger». MEETING AT HORTICULTURAL HALL, PHILA DELPHIA. A meet.ug of the Patrons of liu-.bandry was held on Monday afternoon last, at Horti cultural Hall, for the purpose of forming a permanent organization of the Eastern Coun cil. About two hundred members from Eas •ern Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey were present. A temporary or ganization was affected by tbe election of W. B. Roberts as master, andR.il. Thomas as Secretary. The Committee on Permament Organization was then appointed, who report ed in favor of a Council of Grangers, whose business interests centre in Philadelphia, with the following officers;— Master—John J. Carter oi Grange No 9, Pennsylvania. Overseer— R. W Pratt, of Grange No. 10, New Jersey. Lecturer—Thomas J. Edge, of Grange No. C3, cf Pennsylvania. Treasurer—C. Conrov, of (Trance No. 8. New Jersey Secretary—E. 5. Murth, of Grange No. 28, Pennsylvania. The Council then adjourned lo meet again in the city in August next. . ! A SCOUNDREL AT SEA UK ATTXMPTf A UORRIfll.E OÜÏBAOf. New York, Feb. 20.—Alittlegirl, aged JO years, who in company with tier brother, aged I i, and eider, aged b, were passengers on the steamship City cf Urooklyn, coming to join their mother in New Yonr, was accosted at ibe pump on shipboard, last Saturday, by a bei-roon. stewatd named Warded, who g'ave her nome mi's, and at the same time requested her lo go forward. (Jelling her to ihe forward part of the ship, he pushed her iuto the cloaet, where he commenced taking liberties wilb her. She began to cry, and for fear of detection, he desisted, at the earn* time threatening to murder her if she expoaed him The little girl becom ing leriilird al t belli re» I di loot summon ■ ourage until Isle io Ibe afternoon, when ehe made 11 known to a la ly passenger, who immediately in formed Captain Murray, who had Ihe Unie' girl point out the scoundrel io ihe crowd. He was immediately arrested, aud on arrival of Ihe ship in port this morinp, he was handed authorities at Ce»lle Garden. over to the General New». T ne House < omtnitlee on Appropriation» yesterday completed tbe Indian Appro priation bill. Ii appropriates oyer $5 (tuu 000 —a reduction of 11,500.000 iront mala*. rf0p ne I' nrter . of Jackson »Hie. III., oslimates ihat 4$ per cent, of tbe bay crop ut Illinois, Iowa, Kanssa, Oiito, .•i •iiijtf*dia and Wiscouain tiaudsot the farmers. The petition of elect consumers asking ,u volute the duty on steel, is signed by over 3o0 prominent manufacturers of «*>}>" try. vto represent flUO,000,000 capital and employ over 50 000 (wrsotis. Western New Y'ork.I'eniisylyauia J i-ngland are largely represented m tbe petition. Tbe Wo a ibe esti remains iu the o en s « rusiiuc. Symptom, ot the anti-liquor enuade ar» devel oping Ibcuieelvee in Pittsburg, where two meet ing« ot women bare been held to prépaie lor a campaign. It in also reported tbat three thous and women of New Y'ork have ottered their ser vices since last Sunday to light agelnet ' King Al coho I. The Dominion Prohibition League was in »es '""J*,^" eb * c y«tef<Uy- One ol ibe n.cmher, î td l u ttt t . be * ub J ect ot prohibition would be u , k _* n * P %-! h ,' ln ^ l alatoa nt the meet , I ilrtaIy | •TATE ITEMS SMlont Miflfais «nnoyuneo from »«»y*. im» hi p |»roj> tr 1 till U» # *l r sniiin.fc f«#r I latiuri The law f.»r tliH |»r«»l«*»*:l.ui «»f Mir* went nl ay. Mesats. Manners, l't^lier »V Co., at N«* foul, are enUrnin^ their * hal f. 'I ho M. E Chtirrh extra Sinv:iin, will he continued another week. min » licet oil s «eliuR**. at A Spaford lady Inal «oaelderabl« iimney I hv trie recent (allure of the Franklin Tiuv < 'otiipaey , of t'ty 'HilwInhU. Mr. Hit Millon» I». Mr. I i hi in , _ ...... ' ** riiwllsr, *»l Ai .lord, la to \\ i iinm^ion t Ipera lloiiot), next Thursday ovwiiinu. Mr. T. is an excellent i i.i 'CaldillU, 1»*.. . I »rap • . il »•••• 4M, '«»h ;.i ■ in l \ ocalisl. Tlio Milturil .\ni i Maya that some large reel estate invosliiients are likely to be soon made in that section of the Ntat*\ by North ern capita liai*. The ITiion M. L. ( h C'irciHt, Nt , ss«»x «•otiiitv. to take Ike place of .Smith's i bapnl, ( | », V,,) will be <le»lh atfd oti Sunday, March 1st, 1874. A valuoble horse, belonging to Mr. John Owens, ol Seutord, died Inst week, from over dnviug. Mr. Owens had two more kIIitil recently, on ttie railroad. Idleiulalo h. I While kindly Ustoning h »audit: girth, lor ng lady «»ii h«»r»ot».»«5k, n low dH.v»Hgo, a y a fsoaloi il gallant, w a- kicked almost tut uueunsrloiisneM* hv the ungrateful horse. Wtule a train on the Dorchester ,t- Dela ware Railroad was crossing a bridge near Senior»!, Ia»t Monday, the bridge nettled about IS iuches, and the train narrowly es caped destiu lion * Mr. Hiram Harber, of Millord, i» con structing a new nteam saw mill on hia lot near the depot, 34x00 feet, two atoriea high. The capacity of tni» mill will be about double the capacity ol tho old mill formerly run by Mr. B. The Fancies of the Sick. A diseased imagination is the usual concomitant of a torpid Stomach. There is which humanity is subject which the dyspeptic does not at ditTercnt times suppose that he ha*, or is about to have. The only way to disabuse the suf lerer's mind of these lancie-, which are realities to Lim, i* to inluse ide and vigor into hisdiae-tive irans, and the most potent prenaration for tbft p pose is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. There is no m flection of the stomach, no irregularity ot the liver or disorder of the bowels, consequent upon lodigestion. for which it is not an absolute specific. During the twenty live years that it bus been the standard tonio and alterative ot America, millions : ot dyspeptios have recovered their health an«l the capocity to enjoy life by the sole aid oi this whole some and searching vegetable preparation. Aî an nssimilant and an unti-bilious ugcat. a remedy for lassitude, debility, nervousness aud morbi i fan l ies, there has never been anything comparable to febl l Jto20 complaint to •r ur it in any age i-r country. AMV.SiSAIH.WTS. ( J KANO OPE RA HOUSE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1874. LEUTURE By M. M , better known a* a BRICK" POMEROY, StBJ K C'A'—'Ai AA'HOOü," ABMISSION,. RESERVED SEAT .'v> CTi i .SO 11 Doors open at 7o'clock ; Lecture commences at î The sale of reserved seats commences on Monday. 2-;-i inst., at Baughman Thomat A Co.'s Book !-Store* No. 421 Market street. febl9-5t » XOULES. N' BANKRUPTCY. I Distiict ot Del At Wilmington, the Fourteenth day of February, ) A. D,. Is i4. Ibe undersigned hereby gives notive of hie annoiniaent a. as.ieru.e of John (i. LuwLer, in the county of New Castle and Slate of Bela j j Court D,,tnCt joj E PHH. WALKER I Asrignee, Ae I N OTICE -A »Otei.l .neet.n* of the vtockhold- I or. orin. uoB. Loan Aitociafion will be KhtiaiJ®"?.*« '•1° e v ( p A. ntJ Market.; Friday, j » ebruarj at 8 o clock. P. M„ to consider certain firoposed amendments to ibe By-Laws r«bfcO-tu» K. T. TAYLOR. Soc'y. i OEALEB PKüPuSALS 7 W ILL BE RECETVED 1 Ll on March lü J*. 4. lor building four Piers ana two Abutment» ot Bridge over Brandywine —, Washington street. Plan? and specifications can t.nSÄi^ÄÄ 5? d, " 1BBi4 !r0m lWOl °l 1 ur 0 c,üCk Uüt " Marrh i fek£ls:t . CHRISTIAN FEBIÛER. Levy l uurt Cammi sioner for »V ilmingiun ltd. fehl .-12t P RIVY WELL» CLEANED BY THE (iDUR less Excarating Co. Orders left with the te rnary ot the Board of Health, at the City Hall, (until further notice), will he promptly attended le. feh lt tf NOTICE. ; Omet City Watf* Woi.ks 1000 Maikeittitreet. f ro MATER KRNTKRS.-AU bills due for Water 1- Rent und unpaid a.t the end of February, Hill be oUs'xed lo per « eut additional, and if not |>ui«l by JV!ar« h Hint, the ferrule? wül be drawn and the FRANK A. TAYLOR. Kegintrar, I oubjdy cut utl. febl2 tt YTOTlth.-illo annual meeting ot the "Star -It Loan Association." for the election of officers, will he held at the office of the Secretary, N. Ê. U'or, of Third and Market street*, on Tuesday eve ning, March 3d. 1874. at 7*4 o'clock, fehl i -at IU James McCABE. Sec*y. f 1KKMAVIA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO CIAtION No, 2 —Subscription book for the 2d terie* inlthis association is open and *ub*rrip' tion for the stock will he received hv f.b9 2w M. L. LICHTËNSTEI N, Sec'». P ACKAGE EXPRESS BETWEEN PHILA DELPHIA AND WILMINGTON During the close of navigation, Tagururt'a Ex press wilt receive goods till a quarter to six o'clock. Office, Chestnut Street Whart._ jau71 tt A CARD. H OME FOR OLD PEOPLE when not able to work or not wishing the perplexities of servants, dépendance on children, or tbe excite ment and coiiluHioD of hotels and public boarding bouse«, where they can find tbe physical und sociul comforts of a Living Homs. .After some three years of exeininations of tbe different institutions in several states. I have not been able to find any one that seemed oalculated a resting Place for such persons as have been active, useful cpisenr, and made the world better lor ha * trad 1 _ _ lies in my power. loundation that ___ alter the pre-ent generation snail have passed over the river. at ivina been in it. huch an institution 1 in TUK BtiLAWARK U0J4R to bt »• l»r as 1 boplnc it may soon b» placed on wilt continue its usefulness lonz 8 I J. A. BROWN. West Wilminqten N OTICE.—The annual meeting of the "Hope Budding and Loan Association" lor (be Klec uun ot OIBoers. sill be held at tbe oilice ot tbe oreUry.N. E C ,r. of Third end Market streets. ILKsDaY Evenin*. Tebruary 24th. 1974, ut 714 clock. JAMES McCABE. Sec>. ianI7 s.istf Ieb2 J P LEASE TAKE KOTICE.-Person selling n pvrty in tde city will confer a favor by calling the Assessor*, at their ofico, over Fenrth Street Market, and have the same transferred, or they will be liable for tbe tax for 1874. Person* owning lots should come forward and pay fix or the lots will be sold. ro* ALEX. CHANDLER, HU. STILLY. i jan8-3m PUBLIC SALES. , I =.-5:. —g- .#: # ■ -g: _fc | jiUJlMC SALK. ■ >ld al Public i.le. al the r-Hlen. • of %d leading trou Walnut Grrcn School Ho usa. Chris Win b* the subscriber, living os the t-entrevill» tinnii Hundred, Del. ON WEDNESDAY. MARCH llth. 1974. At \i o'clock, M. Five head of Horae? end Colt«. Farit Ing Utensils, 1 hni>c cart, 1 merket oearborn. »»low*, harrow?, cultivators, shovels, spade.*, hoes, turks, grain » ra dle*. corn sludlcr.cuttmK box.cross-cut saw, sleigh, vinenar by the barrel, empty elder barrel*. Houieb »M and Kitchen furniture. consisting of bedsteads, beds, bureau, wash stand, lookiug glaa *e.'. table*, chair . secretary, stove . glass and f«#r M at in Dairy Fixtures—churns, butter tub?, butter werkur, scales, milk bucket* and pans and various ' other orticles too tedious to mention. to TERMS.—All sums of $10 and under. Cash; ovar that amount a credit of nine month? will be given h * purchaser giving a bankable note with approved i endorser. LEWIS GRAVES. L W. FrimixM <C Son. Auot'rs. feb2l of rOB BALE AND RENT: SALE A fine jouug Stalliuii coming lour year* old. Apply to JOHN It. KDlHNSUN. Near Untidy wine fepriug?, Del. Mi I Wflt f(U J «.»Tfif FOR SALE. Lot S. \V. corner of Iflcli ami Jeflur?ou atreet*. ll'i by I V) feet. Lot Jd and Wa?hidgton, 40 by 100 feet, Lot Maryland Ave c and Linden street. 4» by Ü0 ft. ."even Lots on flth St. above Adams, 17 by 118 ft. 1 wenty Lots over Eleventh Street liridge. Lot on K. Sixth street, between French und Wal nut /treots, by 01 feet. JOHN II. FRAZER. Third umi Shipley streets. i JOR SALE-GREAT lî ARG A IN. -Three story brick Dwelling. No. 710 King street, two trouts. King and French streets, lot -0 hy 218 feet, handsome location. Price ttiJOJcash. (.'all on febJlcod-tf II II address ■ J. U. BOI GHMAN. 421 Market street. fab20 3t F OR RENT—New Hause, No. 1421 Har rison street, eleven rooms, all modern improvements, bay windows, three stories. Possession at once if 1411 Harrison street. ired. Inquire at fekw-U is to Jt-9, fij A 1 . R A Large three story Coach" Factory and Black* : aY -mith Shop tor suie or rent on accommo* dsting terms, in the village of St. Georges. Pos session on the 25th of March, 1374. Address an D. B. STEWART ian21-dlm St. Georges, Del. - to XT'ORREXT—A desirable Store Property at T Kirkwoo 1. Delawure. enjoying good share of patronage, in a fine agricultural section, on line of Delaware Railroad. The location possesses advan tages not often found. For terms. &c., apply to CHAS. G. ASH.Sec'y. _ Delawa r e Cit y. A FARM near Newark. Del., of 100 acres in exchange for city, property. Small houses preterrei. Audrcss, dec8-*m F OR RENT—A fine second-story front room in the Gazette building. It is central ; in one of the best business squares in the city, and would make an excellent shop for a merchant tailor or any other light trade. Entrance pleasant and easy. Kent low. Apply at 410 Market street, on the prem ses. to nnvll. •r jL/OR RENT —A Bakerv and le» Cream Saloon. V Apply to WM. BRIGHT. janil-tf jan!C-2tawlm 0E0. B. CLARK. Newark. B.i. F OR RENT—Large iront ivoorn. *eamd-«tory 416 Market street. Api ly at this omoe. F OR RENT—The double brick Dwelling House, No. 100J Delaware Avenue, either lurmshed or unfurnished. This house is situated in a delighttul part of the city, has a lot 7ux300 tect, and is on the line of the street railway. Apply to GEO. H BATES, febj-dzw-lmw 402)4 Market street. « n 4 )| Trees must be Sold! 4 jjfe i î The best oppor unity ever efferad to those that wish to buy FRUIT TREES AND OTHER ISTursery Stock, SUCH A9 ) APFLK, REACH, CUERRY. AFRICOTB. NEC - f A hl NES. SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. KVEKGKEENS. SMALL FRUIT PLANTS AND j SHHUBBERV, j •WÂT5ÎF ,d 4 cl « n - >,uck ' I ' ûd """ bc I _Apple Trees 1Û I Ali*o r ther U St , o'ck will bo »old forlegathan otc-ha.. of tho uiual nrtce. Order» by mail will be tiled j promptly. Cataloenes of Frail «nd Ornamental Tret« rent free by meil by addressing, W. M. PETKh* Aient i Cintr.vUI. N^r.ems. 1 , ' bU dA '" 3 " N *"' C " tU üei ' —, _ Oa the twenty second dav of January °l A - I>.. Id 74 y The^tate^TreasunsrVZtt i tied with tbe Auditor of Accounts, at which timo there was due from the Mate Treasurer to the State,.. t-K2o7 22 And due from the Trustee of the Bche< Fund to said fund, flo.023 ( Aud due to School Dis tricts in New Castle County. In Kent County. Iu Sussex County, cents each, SÂ per hundred and J STATEBtENT . $ 601 10 l.UKM 14 340k 50 4.772 74 ; And du« iroiu State Trea-urtr to the .Stale a* a siukiug fund, under art of tbe General Assembly, entitled "An art in relation to 0>ster.*." passed al Dover, March 28, *71, . tn.7»7 17 I 3,1x7 12 _ if . 164191 51 hole amount applicable to the School Fun l liquidalion of the State debt aud deposited to the «redit of the State Treasurer, as follows, lo Farmers' Bank. New Castle $ 6*1 10 Furniers' Bank, Dover, 60,480 01 Farmers' Bank, Georgetown, J.109&U 10». 191 01 Delaware Agricultural College Funds in the hands of the »täte Treasurer, ne Trustee of Agricultural College Fund 83 Delaware State Bonds of llUUU each.. Cash Balance in hands of Trux $88,00(1 (Si tee 4 71 - THOMAS E RECORDS. b WILLIAM L. CLOU(ill. BOUT. J. T. THOMPSON. Attest : Committee. . UEO. B. DICKSON. Clerk to the Committee. Jan 27-lui ,004 71 J^OTICE. INDIAN KING HOTEL, US AND no MARKST street. Wilmington, Del. John Mealey has put in two new Carom Billiard lubles »t the above address. The room is now open at all times for the accommodation of tbe pubftc. »*■21- tf JOHN MEALEY. 1 COPPER SMITHING. T HE business of Copper Smithing m branches wiU » rature be conducted« 8 I !* n . < i'No 111 East Second street..Ty Heisler. Me "/Vi® * c 9 - respectfully solicit a continuance liin eatSSitïôn 4 wl " "*** eT,rT tffort t0 reads, ian$-tf all iu at the old HBUttJR, KcBSlPS * GEOHOB VI0KSB8, ATTORNEY AT LAW, I'hMtertenD, Hems ç*„ Hd. i ATTOBNEY AT LAW,io . ep * eo dkw PTAJVOS AXD PIANOS b: ORGAN'S. i~ For $20000 and upwards. ORGANS For $45.CO hi id upwards For cash or ju Install enfs, h( BOBfcil.iifl BUKO'S la (UP STAIRS,)» wreruoiuB. MUSIC HAS CHARMSI PUlCfc: REDUOKU THE BEST IN THE WORLD ^ ill Last a Life-Time ! 35,000 OF '1 HB CELKBRATEi) Shoninger Organs, IN UAIIsY USE, Tbe best musical taleut of ibe ( try recommend these Organs, nicest and best. A1 ore for your _.. and gives better satisfaction, than otter now made. >uu TLe money any They comprise the Eureka Concerto, Orchestra and Grands Illustrated Catalogues sent by mail, post-paid to any address, upon applica tion to B. SIIOKIKOEß St CO Sew Haven, (odd uovll 6 ui _ P VBN 1 TV &R. J^KEHB&N & BIALIHSTtN UPHOLSTERS, ▲NO CABINET MxX£Rä ANDlrlNE FURNITURE WAREROOV.S SS3 KARHFT «THEFT. special attention given to «awing and laying car j pet«, matting and oil cluth; spring and hair mat* tragen: furniture covered and repairei Umbrc quins, draperies aud window decorations, and ai I belonging to tbe business attended.t.. iy2-irf w-tm26 ! , Hat« aua tails. DU BELT t run H A TTE K. 2 Eant Third Streat * lLMlNi4ioN..bEL -tv L. H. QUAY'S CHEAP HAT * CAP EMPORIUM. 402 KING STREET- 402 WM 8. WAIT HO. 1009 Market elreet,| PLUMBER, GAS and STEAM FITTER Wishes his friends and patrons to k'iow that he bsa re-umed business in the above braoces aoi would desire to renew their custom heretofore so liherf"/ bestowed. He is prepare« 4 to do all kiuds of work il his line, and summt a» limâtes of con, guarsp teeing to finish all eontrs^ts and oouiidete all jeb* in the most SUBSTANTIAL * WORKMANLIKE MANaNKR. Satisfaction to all wPl bo m; aim, and ths sai^l «ÄTäÄ**" - - ••12-1 J^ŒFLANO'S EXTRACT OK MALT, Ysrr beneficial as s nstrltlre tonte, end for taciU Ä oc expectoration and soothin, mucous irrits i la eooaks, Bronebiti-. sors throat and other affections of tbe throat and laues. It lsmucb usca » a substitute for Cod Li*er Oil. Also, 119$ 1 •H Extract forsxle by K. BRINQHURST * »XL. _Comer Sixth smd Market streets... QHILDBfiH'8 CXHHIAQES CAliKIAGES REPAIRED AT ADAMS & BRO. SUO Mssrkct steet. fehJ-tl'