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Tuesday Mohninq, July "0,1807.
WILMINGTON . DlliL.
f Ni# •
t- »
Y,
^nrt
murder
pie,
tho
case lately
An Indiana paper tells of
of the courts there, where it
tried i
found, after proceedings had begun, that the
, and
guilty
this
of
their
have
to
they
defendant had been sworn
Actually sitting on his
A veritable Hercules iB giving exhibitions
in England. Among other fcBts he allows a
blacksmith
nil his
hammer.
"Carried off' by wol
heading iu British India newspaper offices.
According to the New York papers they
iu that city who has been sen
tenced to the penitentiary 100 times. She
must be incorrigible.
The Wilmington (N. C.) Daily Dispatch
bus been sold to a company of northerners,
nnd after August 1st will be published under
strike him iu the chest with
eugth with a sixteen pound sledge
a standing
have a wo
with
liove
Republican auspices.
Walrussiu has been added to the depart
ment or Washington Territory, and Geueral
Rosseau lias been appointed to the command.
Geueral Rousseuu has gone home to see his
family, and will proceed at once to take his
command.
The strange spectacle of a fight between
deaf-mutes occurred in the streets of
Lewistown, Maine, tlie other duy. They
called each other hard names with their
fingers, fust and furiously, and gave and re
ceived kicks 011 the shins without outcry.
On the 21st of August next an event will
which lias been only twice recorded
in the history of celestial phenomena; the
appearance of Jupi
Three of them will bo passing across the
planet's disc and the other will be immersed
iu its shadow. The apparent absence of
moons will uot last
Govcrncr Mitchell, of New Mexico, is
about to call for a battalion of mounted vol
unteers, to prevent outrages of the Kiowa
Indians south of Arkansas river.
The official investigation i
brutal whippings
that a
back with a gun sling, by a sergeant, (who
acted without orders,) for trading whisky to
soldiers for arms aud clothing. No soldier
•hipped.
The eight hour system of labor has been
in operation in the Provinces of Victoria»
Australia, for
21st of April annually, the trades-unions
celebrate the event.
aud
iu
be
without satellites.
or
than two hours.
to
the alleged
Fort Sedgwick shows
received a few strokes across the
. On the
de veu y
A missing Yale student, Clarence H. Up
ton, for news concerning whom a reward of
$1,000;
offered, and who was supposed
body washed
e been identified i
& at Stain fort, Conn., has turned up at
i of strange
h
itsbor
his home in Rochester. C
conduct, unhappy love atlair.
A very sharp controversy is going
iu New York State
among temperance
d others regarding hop growing. Hops.
made into beer, which is
i'gued,
intoxicating, consequently hop-growers "
identified with the e
and worker together witli Satan i
it it
i of intemperance,
destroy.
their fellow
CASUALTIES.
A few nights »go in Hartford, Connecticut,
named Davenport, living in East
Holliton, Massachusetts, was taken Irom his
house by 6ome dozen men in disguise, taken
to a quiet place »bout two miles distant and
there received a liberal supply ot tar and
feathers. Domestic infelicities are mixed up
in the uffuir.
cd Or .i;:e ^uiith, stabbed
Weil
A
Marlin M -:
ucsdny nLi '
iai:Jiy in Norfolk,
Smith caught Madison
î i licit intercourse with his
wile.
Several copperheads in Winchester, In
Sunday evening, went about
diana,
ing butternut pins and cheering for Jeff.
a fray in which
of them,
Davis, which brought
several persons w
named Hutchins, seriously.
A duel, growing
injured,
of European politics,
took place iu New Orleans last week betw
Signor N. Toni
Ulverzegt, a Russian. The latter
ed, but succeeded in disarming his antagonist.
ms brought before the Police
Court in Cleveland, Ohio, a lew days since,
for drunkenness, who wore jewels estimated
to be worth $5000.
At the beginning ot the
of Texas
thousand. Allan's Monthly estimates it
he at least oue million
flowing into the State from Europe
from the Southern States east of tlie Mis*
Spaniard, and John
wound
A
the population
ix and seven hundred
Population is
well
sissippi.
Rev. Robert Chase nnd Miss
sissippi.
Rev. Robert Chase nnd wife, Miss Hemp
bill, Miss Tazewell,and J. W.Harmar,of Phil
adelphia, S. F. Clark aud wife, of Farming
, Massachusetts, and Captain C. Robin
son, of Tremont,
hi
capsized in a boat
d drowned in Bur Harbor, off Mount
Wednesday,
residing at At
Desert Island, Maine,
Mr. J. Gowing, a far
I'Ulney ville, Vermont, and his wife, were
murdered Monday night week, by a French
man, a former employee of Mr. Gowing,
win* heal their brains out with
. The
committed with the hope of
ey, for which the house was
thoroughly searched, but how much obtair.
t known. The murderer has bfeen
minier
finding
ed
arrested.
A Methodist clergyman, cnlling himself
intense sensation at
Cullison, lias created
Middlcfiehl, where he has been stationed, hy
ihe discovery of his real character. He had
stolen ail of his sermons from tlie English
divines, is a bigamist, having four wives
living, and bus graduated from the peniten
tial v. His real name is John W. Gr
, nnd
A. Green, the
« ms ago ho
swindler. He has made his escape.
A negro who broke jail at Union City,
Odiu county, Kentucky, went to the house
olTin aped widow near that place, and out
. Her
followed
re«««
the fellow
Hiekn
, captured him, took
him hack to the scene, shot him, aud then
severed his head from his hotly.
Two white chitdre
c killed hy light
Augusta, Ga.
Friday,
m g
One of tlie hand of negro highwaymen
who have been operating iu Princess Anne
c«*un»y. Va., bus been shot and killed by a
lie attempted to rob.
Bratche
dered a few
He I
*ds slopping tur
Bacheloi's Cicek,
Two suspicious persons
c ot them
d.ty?. ago while in the
puuii
Newborn, N. C.
,vere alu i wauls
shot a Mr. Willit
had beeu left.
ivliobo custody he
LYNCH l.AW.
Wt liuMUu rlMWbore ln
day, an account of a disgraceful outrage per- Hft
».(rated near Leipsic, in Kant County, on |
Wednesday uiehl last. A pally of unknown
persons went to the house o[ n Mr. t otlins, ,
called a colored man out into the ytml, nnd ,
! t lien seized and tied him, and carried him off
! end hung hint. It is aiicged that the barn of
Mr. Collins was fired hy an incendiai} 0,1 >
the Monday night previous, and the murder
: ed man was charted with the commission 1
columns
of the crime. Whether truly or falsely, it is j
a great oulrago upoia the majesty of the law, ;
fbr which we trust the authorities will
oxert all their efforts to bring the perpetra
j
!
torB to justice.
It looks very much like
^nrt of bad
murder against
pie, such as has disgraced
tho South. It is not improbable that tho
the incendiaries, and took
the
attempt
of
1 inaugurate a syste
unoffending class of peo.
•ral loealities in
guilty authors
this method to escape suspicion.
Under the teachings of hud
of the citizens of that County have had
their minds poisoned against the colored
alarming degree that they
have visited upon them every kind of mali
ciousness, and have at last even gone
to commit murder,
persons set fire to Mr. Collins' barn that
they might have a pretext for commencing
onslaught on the colored people of that
locality? It looks not at all improbable,
from the statements made it appears
suspected of firing tlie
, many
to such
far as
Who knows but these
Evans—the
barn—was still at Mr. Collins' house, living
pretty conclusive
that gentleman did not bc
with hint, which i
dcnce that cv
liove in his guilt, and had suspicion of other
parties. It looks very black on the part of
those who under the cover of night and ln
from his home
his
of
disguise, dragged a
aud murdered him; and we believe every
good citizen iu the State will unite with
iu the expression of the hope that they will
be made
answer.
If there is any place iu the world wliero
such a crime is unpardonable, it is in Dein
have a Bencli composed of
from
east
the
lin's
with
that
of
Mr.
tied
six
a
"I
ware. Here
gentlemen possessing high legal attainments,
and of unquestionable honesty. The records
Courts show that their decisions have
ever been in strict conformity to well estab
lished law. No
dared openly
breathe n word of suspicion against them,
or charge them with being influenced by
improper motives iu their official capacity.
What could then have prompted these men
their
has
to assume to take the law i
hands? It could not have beeu irom the
fear that justice would
the Courts, for they knew that such
would be destitute of cv
dation in fact. We
be meted
in
idea
shadow of foun
afraid that political
prejudice prompted the outrage alone,and w<
little Common
trust, for the credit of
wcalli, that good
unite iu vindicating the majesty of tlie law.
Let this murderous spirit he nipped in the
hud. A few examples made of the perpetra
tors will do much townrds mantaiuing
good character as a law abiding people, and
upholding the peace and diguity of the State.
ot all partie-, will
of
N
iKTEKNATrONAI. COURTESIES. — AdviCCS
from Europe state tlmt oil Saturday last the
Empress Eugenie visited the Uuited States
Steamer Colorado, lyiug in Cherbourg har
bor, and was received with all the hoi
befittiug her exalted rank. At her approach
salutes were fired and the yards were mann
ed. The vessel was gaily decked with colors
from stem to stern. The other vessels of the
at
is
American squadron nnd all the French
and shipping in the harbor were also
properly decorated with bunting. The Em
received l>y tho captaiu of the
conducted
Of
pres
Colorado and his officers, and w
through tlie v
tho conclusion of the inspection her Imperial
ms parts of the ship.
At
M "j ra| ï gracefully expressed lrersell highly
pleased with the appearauce of the ship and
gratified with the warmth of her reception,
and left for the shore amid the enthusiastic
East
his
and
and
up
cheers of the sailors, who manned the yards
und gave a purling salute iront tlie great
guns of the Colorado.
On tho evening of the :
Admiral Farrngut
dinner hy the Emperor Napoleon. The
dinner wus especially given hy the Emperor
in honor of tlie American Admiral. The
French Minister of Marine and other
hers of the Imperial Cabinet, and the Am
bassador of the United States, General Dix,
among the invited guests.
duy, July 27lh,
a state
received
Weil
his
In
Jeff.
The business interests of Wilmiugtc
suffering greatly for the want of a decent
first-class hotel, nt which visitors may find
of the comforts ot home while sojourn
ing here with their families. Can it he pos
sible tlmt there is not enterprise enough in
all the mercantile channels of our city, to
strengthen and increase its trade by the es
tablishment of a flrst-cluss hotel ?
The Surratt Trial.— The trial of John
H. Surratt lias now been iu progress seven
weeks. Nearly all the present week will
he occupied with arguments to the jury by
the respective counsel, when the ease will
be submitted.
LOCAL AKKAI
Epitome of Business and Personal Matters.
—Tlie trustees of the poor for this county
will meet to-morrow (Wednesday) at 10
o'clock, A. M.
Benjamin Chandler died at his residence
Tuesday last, m
in Christiana Hundred,
the 85th year of his age.
interred in tlie cemetery of the Brandywine
Presbytcriau Church,
presence of a large number of relatives and
His remains were
Thursday, in th«
ds.
fr
William Wharton, Jr., who was the first
President of our City Railway, has patented
itch which is spoken of as a great ini
provement. It has been adopted by the
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad company,
„ , , T . .. ,
Struck hy Light »<"».- A terrific thunder
storm visited this vieinity on Sunday eve
ning lust. During its prevalence the light
mng struck the house owned and occupied
hy John Fullmer, Shoo Dealer, in Market
Slrcet, between Fourth and Filth. It passed
into the Trout room of the third Btory through
the roof at the southeasterly eml of the
house, knocking down a chimney, tearing
up the roof, and scattering the bricks and
other material in every direction. The light
ning then passed down into the room, over
turning and injuring the iurnlture, and
completely demolishing the glass in the
windows. It is supposed to have made its
exit by way of the chimney. 1 here was
nein that part of the building at the
time, and consequently no damage was done
any of the inmates. The firemen hastened
to the scene, but then services were not
brought into requisition, us the building did
not take fire. We have beard of several
instances of persons being piosliated by the
lightuing about the same time Mr. Fullmer »
house was struck, but wo have not learned
that any of them were materially injured.
Steamer .—We learn that
of
at
hy
the
out
Accident to
the steamer Admiral left Pennsgrove
day last for Cape May, with a large ex
board. When
accident occurred
8a
•sion party
Castle
of her steam apparatus, aud she could pro
The excursionists w
tho steamer until
•e taken
a
ceed no farther,
compelled to remuin
Sunday morning, when they
Pennsgrove by the steamer Osceola,
Captain Baker. The Admiral was towed
lo this city for repairs.
few
bark
tur
„ .
Alarm of Fire.—l he RlRfin of fire yester
day imirmog, was caused by tlie buruing ol
a chimney in the neighborhood of Fourth
aud uiRuge street»,
he
A
man
the
UELAWAKB.
A correspondent of the Clayton Herald ,
writing from Raymond's Neck,Kent County,
i. wv
Hft y B:
| "Tlie citizens of Leipsic, tins (Tliureday)
ThSim, 11 u*&orgo" to nin'tl" tnto < 'town
, ;(|u j ' re p ol . t j n g t i m t tlie hotly of it negro man
, „., l9 | ml ig|„ g » willow along the road
leading to the railroad,
.lohn °[
> tho tragedy. He was very dark-huod, and
aü()Ut g 2 t0 04 years old, aud supposed to
1 weigh from 1!J0 to 140 pounds. He had
farm with William 1.
t Martin's Bridge. Last night
'clock, while Mr. Collins aud his
fife were absent visiting a neighbor,
six unknown persons in disguise,
•nine to his house and called the boy out
set on, tied,
the tail of a cart or
the tracks of wheels
No cause
street,
noon.
pany
a
wharf
tiana,
Mr.
to
taken
that
but
•king
j be
;
j Collins,
! about D
five
jury
death
of
tain
rcy
the yard, when he
ried off, and hung fror
wagon of
sort,
were seen under the corpse,
he unsigned for this tearful outrage. Mr.
Collins' out buildings were fired and burnt
to the ground 011 Monday night last, and
suppose that this fire had something
good
there
suspicion this hoy, who was re
, but thero is not
that had the
to do with the hanging,
grounds
cognized to lie Win. Evi
the least evidence that any
least interest in the property destroyed had
plicity iu the hanging. It is a sad
lie was considered perfectly loyal,
aud had served several years in the " "
who
the
were
train
such
to
Imd
CCOUNT.
of Saturday says:
, named Wm.
v, or murdered, on Wedues
thc neighborhood of Lelpsic.
accused of set
, recently, and it is sup
taken to the woods and
The Dover Delam
We learn that a negro
the
lynched
Obie w
day evening,
It is said that the negro
ting fire to a hi
posed that he w
hung, by unknown parties, on account of
tlie suspicions against him. We hope the
Coroner will make a thorough investigation
of the matter, and bring the parties guilty
to justice. There i
palliation tor lynch law I 11 Kent
County, and it should
;r held
of
up
of
ln
of this outrage
be tolerated. The
tlie body
inquest
l'liursday, and the jury found that Ohio
his death by hanging at the hands
, to the jury unknown.
After the above was in type we received
tho following:
V
of
of five
, Del., July 25,1867.
early hour, the body
was found by neighbors
passing along the public road, suspended
from the limb of a willow tree, on the south
east corner of the farm of John Slaughter,
about a mile from Leipsic, at the junction of
the road leading from the direction ot Mar
lin's Bridge and Moorton. He was liung
with a common plow line, his feet about 18
20 inches from the ground. There were
wagon tracks under the body,which showed
that lie was hung from
of some kind.
Evans, alias Obie,
Mr. Win. T. Collins,
night, in the absence of Mr. Collins and his
wife, who were visiting his father, some per
cullcd the boy out of the
house on the pretence of engaging him to
oats for them. He was roughly seized,
tied and placed iu a kind of a peach wagon,
1 drawn off in the direction of Leipsic.
This took place about Î) or 10 o'clock in the
evening. He
about 10 o'clock, by
Mary Cowgill's family, who were returning
from Leipsic. There were supposed to he
six or eight persons engaged in the hanging,
but as they were completely disguised recog
nition was impossible. On Monday last, Mr.
Collins' outbuildings were burnt, and suspi
rested on this hoy, Evans, as being the
perpetrator of the act, as it was undoubtedly
a case of arson, and it is supposed that this
fire had something to do with the lynching.
spected ot being engaged in it,
of. Ilis body, at this
still hanging, wailing tlie arrival
G. W. 3/
Leip
This morning, at
a negro
"I
by
men
carriage
Wm.
living with
t wagon
identified
d had h
Martin's Bridge. Last
Hew
the
in
idea
hanging last night
members of Mrs
w<
law.
the
and
State.
will
N
the
States
har
that we
writing,
of the Coroner.
r
uzzled Dog Case. —The following
A
day
r
uzzled Dog Case. —The following
unmuzzled dog
Vincent, may
decision in the
which
prove of some interest:
George C. Gordon, Esq.,
hy olfic
he unmuzzled in the public Btrcets contrary
to the ordinance. The evidence of officers
Olmstcad and Heritage and Mr. James
Strnliun, was to tlie effect that they had
dog without a muzzle in Iront of Mr.
don's residence—that lie was generally
with him, but they could not say tor certain
whether they lmd
without Mr. Gold
Mr. Gordon alleged that the words of the
ordinance, which
pcjniit such dog to he
ot
j before Alder
informed
Heritage, for allowing his dog
len
it
from
tlie
him on the Btreet
being with him.
day
the
from
ly
follows:—*
largo between the
d the 15th of September,
without being effectually
prevent his biting," meant that
shall
first duy of July
in any ye
zled s
the dog should he at large without being
der the control of the owner—that is,
without the dog's owner Jicing with him—
that whilst his owner was with him, and lie
der liis control—he could
spirit of tho ordinance be nt large. That
except in front of his
own residence, when lie sat with him of
evening to give him air, and allowed him
to play on his own puvement. That ho
never allowed him to follow him when he
,alking. Mr. Gordon stated lie
had always obeyed every law of the city;
that he felt it a disgrace, holding tho position
he did, to he dragged before tho Alderman
tor a violation of an ordinance. That the
officer should have informed him thnt tlie
unmuzzled, as other city officers
had done. He asserted that the officers
partial; that they passed numbers of dogs
unmuzzled in the streets, and arrested him.
That officer Heritage had Irnsely acted
informer. II« denounced the action of the
city police in not stopping the sale of liquor
on Sundays, which was their duty, and
hunting up dogs for the informer's fee.
The Alderman iu reply stated that he re
gretted the attack made hy Mr. Gordou
the police ot the city, and officer Heritage,
wlio hud done
ing to his oath of office in giving Infor
tion of a dog unmuzzled. That the Council
had taken more pains to get that dog ordi
:c enforced than nuy other on the book.
Tlmt it. could not he expected that the officer
could enter into the niceties of the construc
tion of tlie ordinance—he left that to the
d Alderman. It was sufficient
for him that a dog was unmuzzled in tho
public street to make complaint. That
though no man stood higher in public esti
mation in this city as a gentleman aud law
yer than Mr. Gordon, yet tlie city police
would he good for nothing were only the
ignorant alone to ho arrested for the viola
of the ordinances, aud the learned and
Scott tree. That noup knew
î
in the
the
has
liis (log w
in
to
by
dog w
thau his duty accord
Mayor
10
m
and
intelligent
better the difference than Mr.Gordon betw
itself and evil only because
•led disgrace,
disgrace, and that the ordinance
That some of
th«
what was evil
first prohibited. That the
the oilier
ini- was of the latter character,
the the wealthiest, best educated and
spected people of the city had been before
, the Mayor and Alderman on this law; that
Uie rca J ou s0 maay do „ s wer0 „„muzzled in
eve- ,ii e streets wits the difficulty in flndimt the
light- owt)er s' names. That it is exiremely dif
ficult lo ,,„ lbrC( . t) ,c law against Intoxicatiag
dflnk because people , v „md
a( ,. linst them that sold them, and that if Mr.
d would , e n Wm where liouor
the 80 |d contrary to law he would at
ft warrant ( nr
and ' H<J t,„d already decided two cases similar
light- t 0 yj r< Gordon's, by acquitting the parties
over- , iu doubt whether a dog under the
and , , o( hls master,
the
its tJ defendant entitled to the benefit of that
was uoubt Tüe ta8e of Ml , üordoa
the j ore dismissed.— Republican.
done [8iuce thü above was placed in type,
offl L cer Heritage called upon us to state the
not art j C | e j rt W rnng in that it asserts that lie
did ; j od g e d information respecting the dog. lie
dld b m) more Uian ßerV e the warrant "
the ; (; or don after information had been lodged
» , another person. This is ull ho bail to do
j w * tll tho ma l tt er.]
that
testify
their ar
uuder the de
of being at largo, aud he thought
there
Mr.
mimed William
the employ of
Decamped .—A young n
Prank, who has been i
Messrs. Headley & Bush, watchmakers and
jewelers, in this city, decamped
last, taking with him a number of valuablo
articles belonging to that firm. He also took
several watches belonging to gentlemen who
boarded at the
ex
8a
Friday
pro
until
taken
towed
> house he did, which he
his possession, by promising to clean
them. A reward is offered for his arrest.
1
Killed.—A horse belonging to Mr. Perkins
its junction with Sc
. conn ctreet, betöre daylight yesterday
yester- { aa d was instantly killed by beiug struck
ol u locuinollvo. He
Fourth
the Huilrond
horribly
g led
the Christiana.—A
drowned in
date
a
"
the
went
rights,
the
ilar
A Man Drowned
man named Robert Simpers
the Christiana river, at tho loot of Church
Sunday after
street, about five o'olock
noon. It appears that Mr. Simpers in com?
pany with several others weut out to take
a walk. When the party reached the
wharf on the southerly side of the Cliria
tiana, they nil determined to take a bathe.
Mr. Simpers dived oil the wharf, came
to the surface of the water aud suddenly dis
appeared again. Not coming up, his com
panions and others instituted search. About
twenty minutes afterwards his body was re
covered iu the immediate vicinity where lio
go down the lust time. He was
taken to the wharf when it was discovered
that life was not yet extinct, and every effort
made to restore him to consciousness
but without success Coroner Benjamin T.
Bt-llew assisted by Deputy Coroner Ctir
tho body, when the
ft
up
act
have
tions
most
inquest
jury rendered a verdict that he
death by accidental drowning. Tho de
ceased resided in Second street, between
Poplar and Lombard. Ho was about 24 years
of age, and leaves a wife and one child to
mourn his loss. He was a member of Cap
tain Curry's company, Fourth Delaware
Volunteers, during the late
excellent soldier.
rcy held
over
the
re
do
bad
it
vate.
you
if
the
, aud
Out of their Minds .—A man and woman
who reached Philadelphia on Saturday in
the one o'clock train from Baltimore, gave
idence by their singular conduct that they
ity. After the
were laboring under i
train had passed Wilmington the passengers
somewhat annoved und amused by the
conduct of the pair. Frequent exclamations,
such as, " Glory be to God !" and " Praise
uttered by the couple, aud
to cap the matter, they began, when a few
miles from the city, to remove their clothing.
The woman took off her under garments,
shoes aud bonnet, aud the
Leaving their clothes alongside the
Imd occupied, and, notwithstanding tho calls
come hack and tike
the Lord !"
they
of the conductor
them, they started in their rather loose
dition along the street. While proceeding
up Broad street they still continued shouting
"Glory to God 1" "Glory to God !"
First Presbyterian Church .—The usual
week-day services will he held in the School
Shipley
Wednesday and Friday evenings
Room of the Institute, (eutrunce
street)
E
8 o'clock.
The Sunday School teachers ot ill's church
have determined to giva their scholars
excursion and pic
place to go
attendance of tlie teachers and others inter
ested, is desirable
next, as after the Religious service, the
niittec on the proposed jauol wishing to car
ry out their plans in the very best and most
approved wav, will be thankful for any sug
gestion which
any pecuniary
dered.
of
18
to
the
he
Mr.
the
this
it,
this
As tlie time and
riot yet decided upon, a full
Wednesday evening
aid them,
assistance which may be ten
,'Cll
loi
Church Improvement .—The Gazelle Hays:
It iB said that St. Peter's Church,,at the
ner of Sixth and West Streets, will shortly
be remodeled and enlarged. It will be ex
tended back several feet aud enough space
added to make eighty
is supposed will add
Church
aud hundsaine tow
with a porch similar to Trinity Church. In
the tower will he a large aud fine sounding
boll. A new root will be placed upon it,
I'indows put in, of stained glass, the
inside painted; iu tact, the whole church
will be remodeled, refitted and made
the handsomest in the city. These improve
ments, it is estimated,will cost
They also intend building
pews, and this it
the revenue of the
than a $1,000 a year. A large
dll be erected in front
ot
some $12,000.
West Street,
the Church, a magnificent school-house,
which will cost about $16,000.
Cecil County Matters .—We copy the fol
lowing items from the Elktou Whig, of
Saturday :
The
day-School
used
organ for the Elkton M. E. Sun
Balurday last. It
feature i
■ived
Sunday, and, being a
the school, look well and gave geueral satis
iactiou,
school, look gave geueral satis
iactiou,
A boy named Lambert w
lodged in Jail by Sheriff Jauncy,
day last, tor
dearborn, fro
arrested and
Tuefi
a mule, harness ami
lady residing in Phil
steal iu
ndelphiu named Hughes. Tlie boy lmd sto
len the property in Philadelphia and brought
it to Elkton about ten days previous. The
lound iu the barre
at the
property
house ot Adam Shivery, u short distance
from town. The young thief had pawned
tlie mule aud wagon lor $40, which
worth $300.
Escaped from. Fort Delaware .—On Thurs
day night last,
, convicted of murdering a negro at Glou
cester Point, while serving as u Boldier in
the Fourth Delaware Volunteers, and then
fleeing to the enemies lines, made his escape
from Fort Delaware. Johnson was tried and
sentenced to be hung, but it was subsequent
ly commuted to imprisoumeut for life, and
incarcerated at Fort Delaware.—
Johnson came to ibis city, where he
rested hy the Police. He was taken back
named George John
î
the Fort
Saturday.
O'lleurne also escaped with Johnson. He
has been caught. We learn that two
: a convict und the other a United
States soldier—escaped on Sunday night.
Taylor Jackson's Academy ,—Tho Elev
enth Scholastic year of Taylor & Jackson's
Academy, a Scientific, Classical and Com
mercial School for Young Men and Boys,
will commence on the 2d of September.—
The accommodations have been largely in
creased, a largo and well furnished Gy
uuded, and much new uud valuable Ap
paratus provided. A full course of well il
lustrated Lectures is delivered
An utile and efficient corps of instructors
has been procured. Tills i
educational institutions iu the State, and we
commend it to the patronage ot Delawareans
who desire to give their
ucalion.
:h year.
; ot the best
a thorough ed
boy
of
injeir
Unfounded Report.—A report
culatiou yesterday, lliut a small boat hud
boen capsized in the Delaware river off' New
Caotle, on Sunday, and that Albert Beckley
and another gentleman who were iu it, had
been drowned. We have made inquiry re
thu matter and find the statement
lative
unfounded. The parties referred to
the river iu a suit boat, and were c
the storm, which rugeifwith great
but the little craft weathered the gale, and
they reached home about
evening. The sail
and
ht in
ÏÏE
the
I
in
all
nine o'clock in the
a some w lia» damaged.
Sale of Lots .—Ogle & Townsend sold foi
David if. Chandler, six building lots on Sa
turday afternoon. Nos. 1,2, aud 8, fronting
Ninth street, hy 41 feel 5 inches,
64 feet
to James Morrow at $16 per foot.
No. 4, fronting 22 feet
by 74 feet deep, to
per fppt.
No 5, fronting 22 feet
Frcuch street,
Caleb P. Johnson, for $24
King street by
140 feet deep, to James Morrow tor $40 per
foot.
No. 6, fronting 22 feet on King street by
218 feet deep, to James Moi row, $59 pm
foot.
A
Trouble .—A
A Wilmingionxan i
from this city, calling himself J. W. Crouch,
was, on Thursday i
A lderman Mink, i
of $1,006, to
assault and battery on a woman. The night
previous he went into a saloon at Broad and
Carpenter Streets and called for lager. The
proprietor weut into the cellar to procure it,
aud during his absence, his wife ullegoa.
indecent assault and
ruing, bound over by
Philadelphia, in the
answer the charge
Crouch committed
battery upon her.
Camp Meeting .—The Camden Camp Meet
ing commenced last Wednesday. The uutn
the ground exceeds 300, and
is calculated to accommodate
estimate may
her of tents
each lent
from live to six persons,
be formed of the number iu attendance —
There
who patronize the hoarding tents. On Sun
crowiled with people.
decidedly
also numerous visitors from abroad
day, tho grounds
A Hot Day.—Sunday lust
the hottest day of the season, the thermom
eter indicating a temperature of 06 degr
in thu shade. In the evening
were fa
vored with a copious shower of rain, which
cooled the atmosphere considerably.
Arrived .—The Delawarean says :—We
learn that the iron for the second section of
the Junction and Breakwat
all arrived, nnd awaits the manipulations of
a lorcc of track-layers.
Sale of the Pier House at Port Penn .—On
Thursday last, Messrs. Ogle & Townsend,
auctioneers, sold the splendid property no
ticed by us a few weeks since, at Port Penn,
to Mr. LoTtl, of Burlington, N.J.,tor $10,000.
Patent Granted .—A patent lias been grant
T. E. Sexton, of this city, for imp
ment in railroad rail coupling. Ante-dated
July 18, 1867.
of
Railroad has
id
during
in
City
12
P.
of
in
the
after
TIIE SlTUA
An Ex-Confkderatk
tion.—A Captain A. M. Hathaway, candi
date for tho Kentucky Legislature, publishes
a card, in which he says :
" Six y
the brave Spartan hand of this State who
went South to do battle for a separate inde
pendence and for the great doctrine of State
rights, and for a time commanded a gallant
company in many a hard fought Held upon
the side of the Confederacy, and, under sim
ilar circumstances, would not hesitate to
* Old things
ago 1 uuited my fortunes with
act again iu the
have passed away,' however, and in the sur
render of General Lee, two distinct proposi
tions were settled, and that, too, by that
most powerful and final argument iu such
questions, the sword, viz : The abolitlou of
slavery and the supremacy of Föderal power
manner.
over State.
" To those who so bitterly denouuce the
measures of Congress—the amendment to
the Constitution aud the Sherman bill
re volu Lionary, I have but ono reply. It may
do very well to talk of revolution, but I have
bad enough of it. We have not the power
it we had the desire, to repeat any such
périment. Our policy and our desire is
peace, and the arts of peace we would culti
vate. If there is to be any more revolution,
you must kick it up among yourselves. The
who has his hand in tho lion's mouth,
if a sensible man, will do nothing to irritate
the animal. If military governments
obnoxious,
ence only by the restoration of civil rule.
This can only be effected by a return to the
Union, and for this there is but ono road
opeu—all others lead astray.
Or
»
he relieved of their pres
Prize Fight.— On Thursday afternoon a
brutal prize fight for a purse of $1,000 came
Red Bauk, near Philadelphia, between
Captain Rynders, a prominent Democratic
leader of New York city, and Thomas M.
, alias Dennis Foley, of Philadelphia.
John Ticrnan, of New York,
j about five hundred persons from
O
for
E
referee.
Thero
New York—bruisers, pick-pockotB, thieves,
&c., and about the aamo numbor from Phil
adelphia. Upon the arrival of the parties
speedily formed and the
the ring
batants entered, Rynders first makiug his
appearance. Capt. Rynders is forty-six yoars
of age, five feet eight inches in height,
hundred and forty-uiue pounds,
Weighs
and is a well-known Democratic politician
blue.
Ilis colors'
ex
In
it,
the
Dennis Foley is twenty-nine years of age,
five feet nine and a quarter inches high, and
hundred and fifty
red and whito. The first
by Foley
pounds
weigh»
Ilis colors
it
the
fifteen rounds were nearly all
without difficulty, and betting stood
hundred to twenty-eight. Afterwards, how
ever, Rynders gained the advantage and
seemed to hold out much better than his op
rounds

cighly
pouent. There
fought. On tho cighty-soveuth cull Foley
failed to appear on call and RyndcrB
dared the victor. The time occupied in
fighting the eighty-six rouuds
aud thirty-eight minutes. Neither of the
much injured.
ot
du.
hour
U-Iiii ri
fol
of
descendant of
a resident
Frank Scheuicrhorn,
of the old Knickerbockers,
ot Fort Harkcr, Kansas, while attending to
a lot of customers at Osborne & Snyder'B
Sun
i
satis
store, suddonly felt something crawling up
his right leg, and striking his leg where ho
, rcceivod
and
ami
Phil
thought the iusect
moment a bite from it. The insect
large spider, called a tarantula,
poisonous insects known. In about
hour Mr. Schcmerhorn's body
of the
sto
The
half
swollen terribly; his leg measuring about
two feet around. He also felt nauseous about
the
the stomach, and commenced
lently. He
hue,
breathing. Surgeons
bled him profusely, and in about six days he
was enabled to be around; but in the imme
diate neighborhood of the bitten part tho
cuticle appeared raw, and it is supposed will
always remain black. Altogether, he had a
very narrow escape from death.
vomit vi<
assumed a perfectly livid
bile he experienced a difficulty of
called in, who
Glou
in
then
escape
and
and
John
to Chicago from
Lousiaua with $10,000, last week, to marry
a girl to whom ho had long boen engaged,
lie lost his all
A young fellow c
a gambling table, and tried
drown himself in the river, but
cued. He then went to a hotel, ordered
bottles of wine, laid his revolver
und wrote
had killed himself. The friend rushed up
there, aud found him dead—drunk
floor. He had apparently Intended to kill
himself while under the influence of liquor,
much. Drink saved him.
the table
A
to a friend stating that ho

i
but took
Be Civil. —"My young friend," said
horseback
day to a lad
stauding near a well, "will you do
the favor to draw a pail of water for my
find it rather difficult to get off?"
many a
gentleman
who
horse.
Instead of giving a gruff reply,
boy would do, the boy drew the water and
gave it
pleasant and cheerful that the stranger, de- 1
delighted with his spirit, asked his uaiue and j>.
residence, and then, after thanking him rode | T
Tlie good natured lad thought
of tins act of civility, until somo months
later, ho receivced a letter from the gentle
offering him a clerkship in his store.
accepted. Tho lad prospered,
the horse. His manner
The offer
and finally became chief magistrate of a
that little act of
the first round in
in
Urge city. Thus you
civility to a stranger
the ladder by which that boy climbed to
honor and wealth. Now, I do not say that
civility will always lead to such honor, but
I do say that it always raise» its possessor
in thu opinions of others, aud iu his
«elf respect. Be civil, therefore, boys and
girls. Civility is an ornament you should
all possess.— if. 6). Advocate.
foi
Sa
$24
A Terrible Rétribution.— A few days
since, a man iu good circumstances, iu or
neur Oluey, 111., had liis little daughter,
twelve or fourteen years of age, with him
hoeing corn all thelnrenoon, and when they
returned to the house lie ordered her to get
Ins dinner while he laid down to rest. The
too tired." Her
get his dinner.
by
per
by
pm
child said^"Father, I
lather again ordered her
In return she informed him that there
nothing in the house to prepare. He then
repeated the order in a more peremptory
tone, whereupon the child left the room.
A tew mtnutes later a neighboring woman
made for tho child,
found under the
and
The
it,
and
by
the
in and search
who, utter a little timo
stairway hung by the neck.
and
may
The Avengerof Waterloo.— The Hilua
tion a new journal at Pans, publishes the
following singular note: "This day is tho
anniversrary oftlie battle of Waterloo, June
18th. Let us not forget that date. We have
avenged ourselves on all foreigners who
crushed us by uuqibers in 1813, 1814 anil
1815. We conquered the Russians in the
Crimea; wo defeated the Austrians in Italy;
we did better than conquer the English—rc
saved them at Iukermann. We have taken
vengeance on all except the Prussians!
When will their turn come?"

Sun
German Wit.— Count Bismark'a organ
at Berlin ridicules the anxiety professed by
some French Jouurnals with reference to tho
commercial treaties with the States of South
Germany. It asserts that these treaties have
no such political importance as is ascribed
to t liera at Paris, and adds that Prussia
might as well take umbrago attho commercial
treaty between England and Franco. "Did
we say," it asks with virtuous indignation,
"when* that treaty was ratified, that England
lmd alienated her independence and put her
self under t he guardianship of France.
In Troy a lady stumbled on the walk, and
in failing the point of her parasol penetrated
lier right eye, causing a wound which de
stroys tho eye for life.
fa
of
of
no
has
TO TAX PATERS.
The Receiver of Taxes will bo at his office, -,
Institute Building, on every secular day
during the months of July and August, ana
in September until the hour of holdiug the
City Election, from 8 o'clock, A. M., until
12 M., and from 2 o'clock, P. M., until 7
P. M. A deduction of 5 per cont. will be
all taxes paid during the month
of July. None will bo allowed on those paid
in August, and 5 per cent, will be added to
the amount of those taxes remaining unpaid
after the day of the City Election.
8. D. Smith, Receiver of Taxes,
Insurance Office, Institute Buildiug.
allowed
-.i
AUGUST 7-30'S
MDST BE CONVKRTBU INTO
ft
JF»
and
FOR
FIVE-TWENTIES
BEFORE THF.
OF AUGUST,
15 th
oldar will ta paid Iu currency, tb.reby aulTerlug
Or th
» lore of ovar
$70 ON EACH $1.000.
CONVERSIONS MA UK BY
JOHN MoLEAR & SON, Bankers,
No. OUI MARKET STREET.
VT APPLY
1 r
fcf-DO
a
July
.ADI Erl' TRUSSES, BUPPJRTKR8, ELASTIC
Bandages, Belt«, Ntucklng
FITCH'S »RACKS, Spinal
Light French and Oermtc
BANNING'S A
lE
iTr
«.SyrlE
jpt«
"NEEDLES'" on
Bblow It Ad, PHILA
■ondueled Exclusively
TWELFTH STREET, Kimt
O h Li HIA. (Thl* Departm
for Remain and Children, by
•Ir Bp«
'•)
n ad|ua
iu
Pr
)r'g»olce<l by
ProftWHlonr.l A dj tutor ot Tr
I
PU1LADRI.Ï
iu»v3-timos
his
AlAHRllCu.
HUTTON—COPELAND.—In Philadol
phia, July 25, 1867, by Rev. G. F. Krotel,
Mr. Hiett Hutton, of Wilmington, Del.,
, of the for
to Miss Salue J. Coprl
city.
first
CUMMBllCUL RKCORD.
WILMINGTON MAI
Corrected by G. C'h ludler A Son.
Monday, July 90.
»13 00
011
and
op
Hy* Flour, pur bbl
id

1 .
6.7»
leal,
buahu
rlilte
1
in
the
«ty!
du.

I
tr bun
hour
THE MONEY MARKE
tat Street
'A
ok.
<• 1 I
1SS1 Bond*.
1 Bonde, old
111
to
Bondi
do 10-40
do 7-30',
iy
WM
-1"
Bo
03^ (®
! Mortal
! K»
80* loi
up
ho
61«
I'. W. Si U. K. R. :
Wilmington City
101
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
UYLUR A JACKSON'S ACADKKY.
1
A SCIENTIFIC, CLASSICAL AND COM
MERCIAL SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS,
(Fvrinarly T. C. Tavlob'h )
Coa.EIGHTH & WOLLASTON STS.,
WILMINGTON,
He El
He SECOND OF TUE «th MONTH, (Sap
«dations have been largely in
rurnlabed GYMNASIUM added,
)le APPARATUS p - --•■*-■* *
• • * "-.i'URKS '
full
ell
oF:
Hi jr«a i
FIRST CLASS*35.00 PER TERM.
SECOND •• -
b Hooka fur
area for Latli
«d witbont
ohargo. Ne
itlou apply for Catalogue« to
T.O. TAYLOR,
MILTON JACKSON, \ Principal*
_ Wilmingto n. Dal.
EYUND THK MISSISSIPPI.'
jyao-lm
B
A COMPLETE HISTORY
1 KUKITOKIBS.
Ocean. Ily Ai n
OVER
Life an
Pacific C
THE NEW SPATES
ooo copies SOLD
ONE MONTH,
(n* and th*
■ lpt1«
ople
ilgr
•Fa
i ■
ruglu
npplyit
"aJÜ!

's wanted.— s*u«i
d a full defccrlptlon o
N ATIO
lework. Adtlre«*,
PUBLISHING Co..
_ '"• ladatphla, Pa.
j)ROPOSAL8 FOR CAV ALRY HORSES.
Jyar-*
1
j>.
| T
I
Dbpütï Ciu
Gun'*. Optica,
SEALED PROPOSALS *r« In*
util MONDAY,
•Y (80) CAVALRY HOUSES.
will be tubj
»»c t li'ii bar, r
Äfo'Ut
re
<1* blgb,
ability of*i
Uwd by
pei nodi, wble
a
of
in
!
ity
P
ithln fifteen (16) day*
reject any o
to
apt«
bbl*
P
lu î»
BDdc
btew*art"van 0 v'ukt,
Jy30-tafi
ALREADY SOLD.
INNER Ll
A lift All AM
T
NCOI.IV.
T THE WHITE HOUSE. By F. U
at. In oue volume, 18ino. Trlae, in
SIX MONTHS
or
get
NOTICES FROM LEADING
"Thla iuvaluabla
IWdPAPEKB.
glva a better
nalgbt Into
Bi
if;
E Rutin* th*
mancipatio
rpiu
The Six
lj
ylbiug which
the
*plr
Klft-.
rythlii«
ibla
>«!
my
ibllc
M'Pr
Lit
»«ll :
in
every library «ad o
N. 1*. Independent.
a lu the na
Will l.npr
the
tho
anil
the
rltb a aatlOD
fit
Presbyter
Itpr
bom«, I
..d
bln
Kl
ity
id»»!
Harf.
r. tee.
Mr
PAGES, and la
lyb
HURD A HOUGHTON.!»
may17]
Street. N
ork.
lpi of price,
by malL ;
OF TRUSTEES OF THK
luarterly M.vitn< of tb« Truateaa of
EKTING
POOR.—A Q
tba |>oor wUl be bald
agaluitp
M
•111 plea«« laav
by
tho
her
and
de
ü
YdWARu' BRtNGBI0K8T,
arid«, at la*«
Jyia-t m
KNOVAL....EDW1N HIItST,
(Formerly of No ~ -
R
re«t.)
Hub removed to
S. W. Con. Tenth and Orange Streets,
on Tenth 8tre*t,)
,« be batopenad a VARIETY STORK, and continu««
«pair CLOCKS, WATCHES, JKWKLRY. MUSICAL
INSrKUMKNTS, A*., in tha be«t manner. Jv93-tf
NLMUKtt OF HOUSES AND LOTH
!. VeO AULL1T,
« OS Markst atraa
Wllmlngt
î city

RAYER BOOKS, POCKET, PULPIT, AND
Family B^le«, aad »vary var.ety ot Hymn Book*
at J. B. PORTER'S, 400 Market at. d»«16
PI
GOODS AND CARPETS
-~ . .,g
DRY
-,
Til 10 TIME TO BUT.
K- B. FRAZER & CO..
(g inwcn to W. B. Sharp. 1
No. 209 Market Street,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Omit A SPLENDID LIN* OF PIMK
OW
CASSIMERES,
IN
,.. ÂÆsr.ntÂïî.Sî" 'ssiftir™*
-.i CAS8IMERK4, which »ra tha bait manufactured In
Utüfieoaitrj: »Lao.

FRENCH BLUB CLOTH.
AND BROWN TRICOT
FOR GINTS COATSi
ft ALSO, LIQ11T.CLOTH, FOR LADIES' BACKJU18.
JF» bava WIN* COLOR1D CLOTH, for Pl.no CoMr*,
and »LACK CLOTH,sulUbla tor Undertaker». CWTUB
FOR KIDINO HABITS. MANTLES AND DRKBIB8, and
Fill BKTFKLLANT FOR CLOAKS.
BOYS' CASSIMERES,
aad »11 AT THI LOWEST
Onritoek 01
Of «vary daaerlptlon,
(PRICK.
WHITE GOODS
18 LARGE AND CHEAP.
r« forJJra
W«l
nSALFAOAj
PKKOAL,
CAMBRIC,
»wish,
NAINSOOK,
TARLTON PLAIDS, .
AND BTRIPKD MUSLIN,
11«
In great variety. ,W» have »
DOMESTICS
wn and Blaaebad MUSLINS,
Such aa
A
TICKINGS,
CHECKS,
BLUE DRILLINGS,
HUCKBACK CRASH,
TABLE LINEN.
HIIKRTINQ LINEN,
ardsen'e auperlor~<}»»\ ty
lE
PILLOW LINEN AND BHEKT1NG. mnwr ..„.
NAPKINS AND TOW LI Nil.
FLANNELH
JOf bait iD»ken, »ni »lw»y» »Jgooi »to«k of NOTIONS. '
HAVE BARGAINS IN BLACK ALPA0A8, BLACK
SILKS, AND PLAIN SILKS.
MOURNING GOODS
for
y-, •p«H , l»l »tUntlon to;th
; » low price. Give «• » r- M
TERMS CASH.
Of everyMe.crlptl
Eut good Good*.
^WILMINGTON
FAMILY MOURNING STORE,
E. B. FRAZER & m m CO.,
NO.' 800 MAttKKT STREET.
00
l. a full .U£pl ? ,fof MOURN i
lotion paid to or dar« P _
■ ' ■
GOODS, of
.
6.7»
1
pitST FLOUR OF
Nob. 220 and 222,
MARKET STREET.
I»«
W« bare full Hum of all
BILK POPLINS,
DRESS GOODS,
MOHAIRS,
CHINTZES,
LINENS,
PLANNEL8,
QUILT8,
VE8TINÜS,
CALICOES,
MUSLINS,
DAMASKS,
CRASHES,
CA8SIMER8,
BOY'S WEAR,
GINGHAMS,
SHAWLS,
CLOTHS,
GLOVES,
HOSIERY
NOTIONS,
WHITE GOODS,
LACES, PIQUES
~~
& 0 ., * 0 ., &c.
SECOND FLOOR OF
220 and 222 Market Street.
KIDDERMINI8TER,
BRUSSELS,
WOOL,
LIST,
TAPESTRY,
DUTCH,
COTTAGE,
INGRAINS,
PALATINE,
8-PLY,
VENITIAN,
aud HEMP
CARPETS.
3-«, 4-4, 0.4, 0.4.
eck and V*a«r
e, Rad,
MATTINGS RUGS, OTTOMANS. MATS, 8TA1R-R0US.
OILISHADES, &e.
BASEMENT OF
Ne«. T1» and 'll) market Street
OIL CLOTHS,
From 1 yard to 6 yard*, rut aay ai
BEST ENGLISH AND AMERICAN MAKES
o ord«r.
»lock, bat
*tu
I KTKBSi :
AT HOME
iu Urged aad b**t Import!
, through »um« of whom we
thu

COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT,
DESIUAULK IN PTYLK,
AND LOW IN PRIOR
OBAMV1L L B W O EBBL L
C ARPETINGS,
OIL CLOTIIS,
MATTINGS
ULJàVE L. KNIGHT & BON,
807 Chestnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
fa would call eapaclal alten tlo*
in
CARPETINGS,
I M
It for our aal
ud Huglaod
tud
all of which
be offer«
at the very low
OIL CLOTHS,
>«!
A larga variety of
DRUGGETS, RUGS, MATS, Ac.
KIEV* L. KNiatlT A SON.
BUT Ohutbut Stbibt,
_ PHI LADlLl'HlA.
STAPLE
DRY GOODS
la
*
AT
of
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
310 MARKET STREET,
DAVID J. IRVINE
AGRMT,
t-»t
0AUPKTINGS.— J. T. DELACROIX
No. 87 SOUTH BKCOND STREET,
PHILADELPHIA,
a* received, par lata arrival», a large and v
niant of J. CROSS LEY A SON'S
BRUS8LES CARPETINGS,
Alao, a large lln* of Thraa-Ply Extra Bnpar and Fine
logralu Ctrpattnga, Cottage aud Rag Carpet*, Oil Cloth«,
Shade*, etc., wbteh will ba Bold at gr«atly ieduced prteei,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J.T. DELACROIX,
"puiladVlphIa
AND
Sauiu Bbcobd Bread (bat.
apr'Afi-Smea
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS, & 0 .
P RING, 1 8 flT.
We
ra opening » ,
LADIES CLOAKS
IN OlOTH, OASSIMKRE AND BLACK SILK,
■ aw PATTERNS, AND AT VERY LOW PRKJga.
lhMtOLulu »ra made of the bait
Iu the bast -
tarLI. »öd floUhi]
OUR STOCK OF
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS

i>rt»d, |comprliliigfalI
DOT.ItlM,
OUR
ZEPHYR DEPARTMENT
aimir
Ik» old«.! eatabllahed
of any In tha
rnnnu A Co.
r'e bar* »Uo a full
Cloths*
C'asßimores,
Black Silks,
Kid Gloves,
Hosiery.
Hand-Made Zephyr Articles,
CBILDSBK.
THE WEAR OF LADIES
to bave.unuaual fad
les for
•"J
LADIES CLOAKS
mlugs constantly on
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
226 MARKET STREET,
material and Trim
hand.
'
WILMINGTON. DEL.
BESS AND COAT MAKING.
I)
DP.KSSE8 AND COATS OUT AND FITTED
SHORTEST NOTICE,
THK MOST REASONABLE TERMS,
AT No. 848 TATSALL STREET.
ir»b'.e stjUifor
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SUITS, Î
Constantly on band.
El* PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.-«»
Also, PLAIN SEWING
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
All 0." IU..'
. J. BENNETT.
.—Two Appruntloea wantal Immediately at th«
bore plane to learn DreiaaiaklaK. uiaylO-Smo*
1ZZIK Z. ECKEL,
NORTH EAST CORNER
1
NORTH EAST CORNER
EIGHTH AND ORANGE STREETS,
W1LUINOTON, DELAWARE,
ofPATTBKM
I»« Jn«l race
d New York Fuhlona.
ALL PATTERNS CUT CORRECT, an
Invited to tall
DHKHS-MAKKUS IN PARTICULAR
PATTERNS TRIMMED TO ORDER and cheap. All
plain pattern* cheap.
TRIMMINGS
BEST ENGLISH STEEL
STATIONERY of all kladi.
SKIRTS.of (ha
ll '!
RAT
T.
PICTURE AND FRAME STORE,
No. 711 MARKET STREET,
WHOLISALR
WILMINGTON, DEL.
to tlio ci litana of Wl!mla<
tlll continuas to k«p
Thu aut
~~ ... ..dotty, th
lUntly on hand all
PRINTS AND ENGRAVINGS,
FQUARK AND OVAL FRAMEi.
o, OILT, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT MOULDHC08,
which he will diipone of
PICTURE FRAMES AND MIRRORS
ade to order, and finished in a atyle (o aalt th« tut«, st
FRAMING
tha loweat price*.
o/ lh#*pub!l/toh!»
Dona lo ord
^ He Invlti
ot
PICTURES,
Which he
aoMBtad ta
poliahed ar
01t« nlu> a call barora parchaaing aliewhara.
00t83-tf __
ACIilNK MAKING, GUN AND I.OCK
BMITIIING.
M
GEORGE HIRZËL,
! H
Whose bout
gToSï'th
and tha^abl!«
ouhe
had It thoroughly
bi
No. 206 EAST SECOND STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
du all kind* of ordinary
Wham I
MACHINE WORK,
GUN-SMITHING,
BELL HANGING,
LOCK-SMITHING, he.
rho
Hal
Id gi
' with
hlm w
I 1 »
. f..i
I
ba put
d hop««, by
»d

of lb*
«■REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
|ya-3m<r
628.
HOOP SKIRTS,
8PRING STYLES,
628.
tie. atyle and Sbap»
•J.*, 9K,
Specially "adapa.F
«bl«
Il<
3«. 3*
ry
I
faihlonabla
f Hoop fcklft*.are lighter, mora«lM
really Chb*pbb than any other
Double Spring Skirt in »•
In every wpacb
give unlvereal MtUfaMwn
«lvely Sold by Ratal!««» a»«
TB4
« 1 . 1 «
î Ma
n
Warb a
and
î - 1
L-l
a,"and *•» that each.Skirt
'8 MANUFACTURER
NO OTHERB ABB OHU'I.
"W*
U
ARCH 8
A Catalog
Style, Sia* and Ebtail Faio«.
Uniform aud Liberal Dmcoobt
O rder» by ma
RBTill,
»fully flll»d— Wuolbbalb a
d Sale*
No. 628 Arcli Street, Philad'a.
SKIRTS uia
, alt« red and repaired.
I. T. HOPKINS
I^EUISTKll'S OFFICE,
Upon the *pvll
uuMTY, May 30th. ISt/L
iiry Eekei, Baacoiot of
>f Jobanua Wilhalmln«
lie
by the HailaUr^that
of tho<lec»M»di*R**
deceaneJ ;
ltd*
L«t(«
riy
Ä!
: places of I
Having den
-*-'!« by
Naw Ca
Id tl>*
! Uw?*R» P |
Inglo
...* band and Saal of OtteaofÜj«
«Id. at New CanUe In N»W Om»
«•* -w« day aud vaarabova wriM* 0 -
»: C. FrfAlM, Basil««
Give
»der î
*
o'ricB.
J.t tboe»l»t«oftb.J*
ly att«*tad to tb« ««'"J
is. or abide tb« Aet o«
».« I
mbly Iu auch ca*o mada and provided.
HENRY KCKKL, Kaecnlo'
tea*. WILMINGTON. DELAWAKB. fW-J5L
ALL,
G KO
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
SHOP—No. Ill WIST BTRBKT,
Below Baçpnd Street, In aacond «tory.
FOURTH 8TRK«.
RB8IDEN0E— o
WILMINGTON, DKL.
up, and perHoual attention paid
JoN
Mr. Tindall won
h* I* fully
bile H>*
respectfully Inform the
ared U eu
hope* by
r* aabar« ufpabli
age.
_sAlTk—a lot oTkIuhJ
N ACRES EXCELLENT
■ Apply to W »tcCAULLEY^^
SUPlRBOIFT B0JÄ
. PORTER'S.
frIceI
/ SHAHS
jWiX-tf

OONGB
O splendidly lllmtra
1 .7LÔUR FOR ;BALk AT EHDUC»D

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