journal anO gfet atmintan
...rîtoman ChiU olic.ol New York htvoj sink»
rubacrlbed *44,r,00lowerd Hiesupportof Ihe ,
American College at Rome.
--■ - -, . . the
J. Holmeb Grovkr was recently appoint-1
ed by Gen. Grant, Consul at Acona.
The Buffalo C'otfrfo'Bays fbls Is In return
far . "can ofploro. M wblch lbe n.ormld
Holmes seul Gen. Grant last fall. u,
Tuksday Mousing, May 11, 1801».
11 VOTUM, DKL..
Riciiard Marley, one of the oldest Odd
Fellows iu tbe United States, died nt Balti
Fridav.jjged seventy-eight. He
Past Graud Master, and lor a long peri
od previous to his death was Treasurer ol
tbe Grand Lodge of Maryland.
Republican journals througbo
country are finding out that General Grpnt
docs not poseess tbe qualifications
to a statesmanlike discharge of tlie duties of
Ins position, llo lacks intellectual power.
With him tbe pen is not
The Republican, in speaking of the pre9
of the city,
when the popu
ent aud futurs miprovem
Bays : "Tbe time will
latiou will number 100,000. Tlie only draw
back at present is want of capital." Who
will furnish the necessary capital f The Re
•'.Is us that tbe capital required is
»uomy." Pai lieu
"industry, thrift aud
larly industry, cb !
The New Y'ork Nation is a Republican
, but its editor is very honest
and outspoken, neveitlicless, in bis political
e 8 . Here is
nber of the Nation,
buncomb efforts of
opinions of men an
extract from the lu»
respecting the red
Senator Wilson, to woik hiiuseif into shape
the next Republican candidate for tlie
Presidency, bv trying to disturb and dis
tract the working men, and hasten them
Into open hostility agaiusl the Government :
We cannot very well imagine a w
for n United states Senator to put himseli to
in hi» vacation than going about as Senator
Wilson Las been doing, buranguing work
iug men with Hie view of persuading them
that the United Elates Attorney-General
.does r.ot know how to interpret United
States statutes, and that the meaning of
them is to be got at by consulting etutnp ora*
bunkum bill hitro
tor». If ever the
duct'd iuto Congress, it is the eight-lio
bill; and Mr. Wilson's explanation tLat it
wub nol only intended to relieve the Govern
ment employees, but set a good example to
private firm», only aggravates it. Who,
should like to know, has furnished the Gov
ernment wirii money for experiu
clology; aud it these expeiime
begun, where aie they to stop ? Why should
Hie Government uy whether phalaiisie
are possible, or set up u "iree bank ?"
Moreover, we should like to be informed
what right it baa to make any of its »ervuuts
a present of two hours' labor a day, wheu
millions ot taxpayers ure working from dawn |
to durk toi a tune living, and wl.cn its «lebte
lying unpaid and ils pu per is at a dis
u . _ .... i,lt
Bumnci- »nü Ws Weuds say
it Ttould not be .nouith llict Great Bti- |
mutter to wtmt
ol . Alabama
claims. They insist that abe shall first apolo- nu
gizfl lor her conduct, that she shall coufess
befote the world thut she did us a great
wrong, und Hi at then she shari pay us the
gold we demand. But wo do not see what
*ood her tormul apology, her humh'e/cou- | V
fussion, U* r contrite ackuowiedgtneot VJouJ.j
do. It would no doubt humiliate and mortify i
7ur, but it ceuld not, so fur as we are ub!e
unde rstan d, be
Her payment oT
Shall we Make Great Britain Apolo
iu should pay money,
l, lor the settle"
of tlie least servi
pecuniary indemnity wouid
admission that she committed a
injustice, u violation of our rights,
admission'as she ccuid express iu
words, though less humbling und sbasiug to
her than uu admission iu word». Aud pro
bably wc Lad better consider whether a re
quirement on our part that she shall unne
cessarily chase hersell would turn out to be
prudent speculation, bhu
Las uot been iu the Uubit of doing such
things,and sh emight not tuke to them kindly.
Wheu we were a hoy wc attended a country
school kepi by su old teacher, who had a
strong aversion to the use of the rod. Still
he recognized the necessity oi punishing his
ofieiidiug pupils in some way. At leugin he
bit upou the expedient ol requiring them to
stand iu the middle ot the school-iuom and
sny aloud, "I'm aahumed." With difficulty
iw two say it, and tho luughtur and
derision were almost the death ot them. One
day J e called up a Eturdy young chap, and,
limling hitu worthy of ' puuisbmem, said,
"Step out ou tlie floor and say 'I'm Asham
ed.' " "No, sir," exclaimed the wicked
little rntcul, "I'll be d— d if I do; if you
Wallt to whip
d—d if 1 si:y T
didn't my it. And thut was tbe scliool
ln&blki's Just attempt to inflict biB newly in
veuted penalty. Perhaps we might find
Great Britain to be us hard a
graceless school-boy. Governments may
apologize lor the uct» oi their agents, but a
governu.cut CAnuot apologize lor its
as full î
try, but I'll be
Here.—G eneral trade
out ns stagnant iu Eugiand
in u few taohite
<i.e condition is
would seem to be
it is here,
n.utacturing districts, especially,
it ot depression is long and
little improvement is reported
one of despondency. Pro
Lully H e two places which most show this
dlstourngiug aspect ol affairs arc the cotton
di.-U'.c!» ot Laucttshi
aud the woollen
-f ihe West Riding of York. While
: cry iu Lancusui
»r cheaper cotton,
it markable that tbe imports Jn the pre
uavc been more than ninety tim
u lhC8 rroui Bombay; while
tue Continent ot Europe bus received ;u the
corresponding period three and h half times
ss much. Ihe strike in tbe coal and iron
dislncls ol Belgium will, it is alleged, divert
aud Russian orders
coal end iron
the lorces aud
still almost silent. Russia,
consequence of the lumme, i» anxious
promptly to employ the people, by the
my ot the uew loans in the constluctiou of
tinplated lines ol railway», which
will hubten orders for rails aud locomotives.
I'Li* will help the iron interest and the
chiuiat ', but the cullou uud woollen manu«
such prospect of inline
uiate reiief. Coming nearer home—it may
to England, ot which
in much need
trade with ioreigu couu
j« on anything but a satisfactory ba6is—
impolis ut New Yoik alone s.nco the
cl January running «head ol the
; fitly unirions of dollars. This
iruding—aud if it is nol cbeck
cieased stagnation, will t.e tbe reault.— N. Y.
looks like «
The New York Deraid, referring
Ri« outrage» committed by me Spanish
troop» iu Cuba, wratblully iuquires :
Y.'cll, ii our govtr
by the "bayonet aud file-musketry," why
Spain hold a do ni
way V 11 u j topic unsurpassed iu clnvaliy
pinte the world began, and reared in the en
joyment of nil tbe perogativva oi the highest
liberty, can be held in control by lend
more tbuu a quarter of
ty m ail their live», be kept iu subjection by
the same means ?
uy not tbe Cubans, who never had
« he pt or little mining village of Galena,
in which Grant lived, furnishes uot only the
l'icsideut of the U.rited Stales, but twiee
many other high officers
m million ol inhabit
_ ail the United
Hute«. What stricture» could even begin
to «o justice lo u fuel so disgraceful? Does
r . not carry its own comment with it aa a
hunchback bturs his huuch upou his shoul
J. IE. llancox, President ol the
New Y<*rk and Troy Bleamboat Co., and
priuclpnl\ manager ol tbe John Sylvester
Company^ has secured from the Venezuela
CongressJ through M. Sotello, the sole right
nnvlCTtte their water« littaer the United
sink» Hi'tr. TLis ie ft light never before
, *î'^cfeplàin t H«nc"î 'may 'jüïtly"*»
proud. IleTW« organized a company under
the laws of uhp State of New \ork, to be
lll0 Venezuela Steam Transportation
Company, wliojüixe refitted the commo
dtous ate«mta)jf"HfefC*" 600 tons burden,
u, C y have contracted wiN* Messrs. Pusey,
Jones A Co., lor the constVtfctinn ol a
stoamer, to bo called the jAngostura,"
which will he completed by thtfyl5tb of Au
gust. Her dimensions arc to be length, 128
led ; beam, 2.1 feet; bold, fij feet; and is io
Lave two high pressure engines. She will
m t exceed 20 feet iu draught of w ater, with
«totes and water in boiler. Capt. Hancox
bus exhibited bis high appreciation of NV il—
mingtou skill und mechanism by selecting
this city and the Pusey, Jones A Co. estab
lishment iu which to have built bl«
bout. Thero is perhaps no firm in the Uni
ted States more capable, Irom Its ample fa
cilities ami complete mechanical knowledge
to complete satisluctnrily the contract award
ed to Pusey, Jones A Co., than their
We wish Capt. llancox abundant success in
bis new enterprise.
A Noble Act.— One of city papers lias the
following: On Monday last, a young hoy, a
ol Mr«. Forent, living on Riddle's Banks,
this city, had occasion to take his aunt
across the dam of Jessup & Moore's paper
mills, to the east side of tbe Brandy
Creek. Ou returning, owing to the strong
wind and high freshet, the boat became
bren«t. Providentially, the boat,
rushing into the water helow t he dam, «truck
upon tlie only rock in the creek whose top
, and fiere young Forest
thereby was save
ning. The people so
d tor the lescue, but the queslh
s to bow tbe boy w
tu hint lid
be saved irom bis
pettloti« condition. • At that moment a lame
boy, with a crutch, came forward and said,
"I can fetch Lint off!" One of the by Stan
ders objected, until iris lather, Patrick Mul
lein, w ho wan present, Bald, "Let him go,
you can't drown that boy." A rope w
procured, aud young Mulretn, with rope aud
crutch, went to the rescue. After feeling
the water a little be threw the crutch ashore
and maululiy plunged into tho rapid, malt
ing Hood oi waters, and beaded for tbe rock
iu the middle of the creek, where sat the
half drowned, chilled and trigbtened boy.
Mulretn swam round aud tound till be got
through tlie eddying water, and on the
lee side o! tbe rock, where he scrambled up,
tied bis rope around young Forest, and with
his tuet imd to push lrim off the lock, into
the seething, boiling current, as the boy
stubbornly refused to leave the only place
ol suhriy, being benumbed with cold, and
atraid to luce the dangers of the rapid flood
again. The nten soon pulled biut ashore,
where kind hands ministered to his wants.
The truuble then
get back again,
und looked >
plunge, and, after circling round the partly
covered duuwerous rocks, directed his course
dowu the creek, made headway with tlie
current, aud very eoou gained the shore,
distance beiew the aceuc ot tbe disas
dawn | s
he still sat upon the rock
at the people, then at tb«
prepared himself for tbe
Fire .—On Tuesday last, says
Our JUutuul Friend, Milford
i,lt o considerable excitement by tbe report
tl,ill « large file was then raging
| all u 3 oi fienrs. Toll and Houtuo, and.
number of otbera wlio own tt lure, scope of
Umber adjoining each other, and that bouses
nu j tenees were in imminent danger. We
immediately proceeded to the scene of the
conflagration in company with several otb
cra to uscertalu the true nature of it, and
render any uswstauce we could. On arri
| V iuq on the ground we tound about seventi
ürc ucrciof pme and U "r" ("JoS«
i t W us blowing's gale at the li
. Tlie Are
.'arly a mile through tbe
me cord wood, saw logs,
feared that the tire
would reach the residence of Mr. Clement
sifllauce of a number that bad
Milloid end tbe surrounding country, the
rounded, t.ud after four hours
by. By the as
.1 a halt hard lighting the fire
dued without doiug further dumage, only
ubove mentioned. Had it uot been fur a
large "branch" that the main body of tbe
contact with we hardly know
where it would have ended. The accident
, who were
engagt'd in clearing a small piece of land,
and set lire to a pile of brush
would burn. The lire commenced about 13
> caused by a !
•u, and it was C before it
ri tit Wilmington Building Association.—
Dr. Brown has so far succeeded in his
buildiug enterprise, as to secure an set of
incorporation, and the establishment upon
accessible busis, tbe Buildiug Association
of West Wilmington. Tbe arrangement by
which be proposes to secure homes to those
ol limited means is such that none, however
poor, need hesitate to enter iuto it, as it will
hardly be possible to feel the very small
small amounts that ore required of them
statedly. His circular Btates that
"The object of tbe Association is the
mulutiou ol fuuds lor building bouses, by
weekly payments ol 12$ cents on each share
ot slock; fines, premiums on building sold
n cost, and interest on investments,
uli lor the mutual benefit ot its members.
"The c&pilul stock is $200, UÜ0, divided
into 4000 shares ol $50 cacti.
"Each share ol stock will entitle tbe bold
lo a credit ot one hundred dollars, by pay
ing fitly cent» per mouth interest.
chance for all classes to se
easy terms. Tbe plan being
Here is a
mutenuily diflereat amt
that ot most other associations.
A Fine Building Lot at Private Sale.—
The line building lot—and the last iu the
square—at the coruer of Delaware Avenue
amt Van Bmcn street, is offered at private
sale. The lut ta 57j feet frout on Delaware
Avenue, aud runs back 800 feet to Gilpiu
Avenue, and is iu every respect desiruhlo.
Double rows ot shade trees line tlie Dela-
-Avenue front, und u beautiful view of
the surrounding country is had from its
commanding position. This is tbe ouly lot
remaining in that locality. Tbe city pas
senger railway constantly passing Us Iront,
reudeis it quite couveuient to tbe business
.ot the city proper. Apply to WooJs
Co., Odd Fellows' Hall.
Returned to Wilmington.—The Philadel
phia Age, o! yesterday, says:—On Friday
Lteutcuant Bi urein, of the 7th District Police
arrested Antoine Heiuzmanu, a youug man
aged 10 years, on the charge of having rob
bed his employer, a storekeeper, ol Wil
mington, Del., ot two watches. On the way
to the station the prisoner broke away from
the Lieutenant, but be was captured before
he proceeded far. Yesterday morning he
wus sent back to Wiiuiiugtou for trial.
Incendiarism. — Philip McDowell discov
ered a villain trying to set fire to bis large
storehouse, at McDowellville, last Tuesday
evening. We regret thus be did not succeed
iu catching the scouudre), that lie might
have been punished uccording to the taw. A
good Hogging would certainly exert a very
wholesome effect upon bis disposition. Mr.
McDowell suffered very heavily a lew yeuis
ago Horn the destruction of a large slock oi
bunds, hogsheads, buildings, Ac., aud it
to be hoped that the properly will
he destroyed iu this way.
Court Trains .—During the session ol
Court trains will be
Leave Wilmington tor New Castle at 0.25
10.10 a. iu., 1.10 and 6.25 p. in. Leave New
CttBile lor Wilmtngtou at 7.40, 9.55 a. m.,
12.15 und 6.15 p. m. A pusseuger
ttiiuclied to freight train due to leave New
Citsile lor W ilmiugton at 9.20 p. in. The
9.25 a. in. truiu irom Wilmington, 12.15 and
6.15 i>. m. trains irom New Castle are extra
train» to run ouly during court.
Alarm of lire .—The alarm of Are yester
day afternoon, about half past one o'clock, I
Mr. Wm. B. Smith, ol Dover, formerly of
Eiktuu, hu» received tlie appointment ot
ltoule Ageut *»u the Delaware Railroad, in
the place ol Mr. Enoch Crouch. Mr. B.
Crouch superseded Mr. Isaac L. Crouch
ttuout three weck» ago, hut
entered upuu duty.
Beal Estate bale .--Charles B. Loro, Esq.,
lias purchased of Heury Eckel, one hundred
feet of ground—two lots of 50 feet each—
Delaware Avenue, between Jackson and
Van Buren streets, lor the sum of ai* thou
sand dollars. Tt la the Intention of Mr. L
to commence the erection ol a tine reaideuce
at once. The building will be in keeping
with the handaome reside
, and when done will, wp doubt not, add
much to the improving appearance ol that
Postmaster Leute has appointed ihe tol
lowing named gentlemen
for the ltd, 4th, and 5th districts:— Messrs.
der. Jas. L.
place of Alesara. George C.
Davis Mcspimcr, E. C. Ah
Ward, Samuel B. Springer,
d Win. li.
Store for Bent.— The store No. 10» King
Street, in the Odd Fellows Hall, formerly oc
cupied as Moore's New« Office is f or i
possession given immediately. For parti
lurs apply to Henry Eckel, Secretary O. F. H.
Co., Journal Building, 510 Market atre t.
For Rent .—The office
the Odd FellowB Hall, entrance
1« light, airy
ply to Henry Eckel, Secretary O. F. 11.
Journal Building, 510 Market street.
J. P. Porter Co., have just received a
new invoice of lead pencils, which we cheer
d accessible. Ap
Hall. W. Haul8bury arrived at his home
in Georgetown last week.
Large quantiliea of mackerel are being
caught In the Delaware Buy.
The annua) exhibition ot horses, by tlie
Cheater County Agricultural Boeliy, will he
held at the Fair Grounds, W est Chester,
the 22d Inst.
The Cambridge (Mil.,) Intelligencer has
suspended publication for the want ol pa
tronage, and its editor linn drawn a prize in
the "Grant Lottery.''
The breach of promise case bet wren Miss
Fowler and Mr. Short, of MlUord, about
compromined, we understand, by Short pay
ing Miss F. one hundred dollars and tbe
costs of Court.
B. Gaboon, formerly of Dover, is located
for tbe practice of law, at Freuiicklo
Madison county, Missouri.
Tbe uew Board ol Health met in tlie
Council chamber last Friday evening, and
organized by electing Dr. Bailey, President;
H. W. Bartram, Treasurer; John Curry
eentive officer for tbe Western District, and
John Lnngren for the Eastern District.
The County Tax Collectors have received
their tax books, and will commence the
business of collecting at once. Our citizens
prepare tor a call from them.
The West Chester Record says that a olti
of Lansdale recently lost about $300
worth of pork by throwing rhubarb plant
to bis pigs.
Tbe bells in our city were rung yesterday
at nooD, In honor of iayiug the last rail of
the Great Pacific Railway.
The peach crop is not Injured to any great
extent in Sussex County.
considerable talk, was
Education in New Castle.
Last November a clique of the Trustees
elected to administer tlie property donated
by tbe gpod Wiliitfh Penn to the workmg
New Castle, excluded by vote tbe
Catholic pastor of Hie town from their
schools— i. e. they voted that for five hours
each day be dare not stand iu the
with tbe children ot his flock—for five
hours eaclt day tlie Catholic youth were
(by vote of the Trustees) impressed witli
the idea that they were an inferior race aud
their priest a dangerous character. Did
England ever pass a more degrading law
lor Ireland? Dou't you see tue vile spirit of
Cromwell dictated that vote? You will say
that the Republicans oi New Castle flung
that insuit at our country and our creed.
Nol no ! That outrage was perpetrated—
tb^inS^ivaUir 1 T P . mo U ? lj V o D*-' m0cr j l f a of
I pray you think over this insult till it burns
iuto your hearts as it lias into ntiue. Make
common cause with us to avenge this past
insult—and assert our own dignity
Mark the result ! Our reply to them
the 17th of April, iu spite of the Demo
cratic Influence and cunning, and to their
unconcealed disgust, the Irish elected a
Catholic Irishman as trustee, and on Satur
day last, by the Irish vote, James Shaw,
American Republican, was elected to see
the administration of the Penn iund—"out
of evil comeih good."
The new trustees, supported by the work
ingmen ot all creeds and purities, go iu for
audit of the accounts ot the board for the
last five years; lor the quarteiiy examina
tion ot children, Iree education, tor the public
appointment ot teachers by competitive ex
aminations, and that the clergymen of ull
denomination« be ex-cßcuj visitors of tbe
Th© Whit© Fine Liitrict
The White Pine District, like all other
newly discovered mining regions,is crowded
almost to suffocation by men of no means,
lured thither by the hopes of acquiring
speedy wealth without the usual amount ot
labor. Tbe consequence is that the country
is overcrowded with stronr, able-bodied
men, nearly all of whom are willing to work
lor tbeir board to escape from absolute star
vation. There is a great deal ot genuine
hardship and suffering which perso
older countries never dream of. A9
stance of the exorbitant rates' charged for
the absolute neeessaries of lite, a bucket of
water sell» reudiiy for twenty
coin; this ~~
account of the abundance of money reduc
ing its value, as attributable to tbe extreme
scarcity ot tbe article. A promineut capi
taliat of that region offered, '
ot a convenient spring, could such a
thing be procured. Thero
of tbe richness of tbe mines, lor every day's
work only shows that they are among tlie
productive silver lodes known iu tlie
world- The trouble is, they
ciently developed to pay well
thousand dollars for the sole
almost absolute impossibility of aecuriug
machines required to crush the ore, or even
lumber to build suitable building«, has vastly
retarded mitring operations—then again the
isolated situation ot the mines, and Hie lack
of proper transportation, reuders it well nigh
impossible to obtain these things—certainly
not procurable just
of living is not exorbituut; a person can sub
three dollars per diem, provided he
meals, a practice very much
in vogue among the economically iuelined
portion ot the population; if the luxury ot
three meals Is indulged in, an additional
coin dollar is added to the item of expendi
ture. Greenbacks are at a discount ol 25
cents, and consequently not mueh used us u
mousljr high, every foot of land iu the whole
district is taken up, either tor rniuuig pur
poses or building lots, and noue eau be pur
chased, save at figures which would lead
to suppose he was negotiating tor the pur
chase of a lump of solid silver. Building
material is held
would suggest I
Real estate is
such enormous rates
out-door eucampmeut. Common
lumber cannot be purchased tor less thau
three huudred aud fifty dollars per thousand
and is scarce even at that. Trees are scarce,
and even vegetation of the most hardy des
cription is sesreuly
mines prove a tsilure, the country would be
depopulated iu an incredibly short space ot
time. Most ot the present population
from the Pacific
White Pine iu
seen, öbould the
and other points than
the btate of Nevada, com
paratively few Eastern emigrants having yet
reached the locality.
Mexico, Cuba and the South.—W hy
seek to expand our territory before we have
peace in the land we already posses» ? Is
there not, alter tbe lapse of
aud the expenditure of millions of dol
-third of the
less peace upon
the United Stute» than there w
ly alter the Uiabaudmeut ul the confederate
armies V Is there hot now, throughout that
area, more thau peace ? Although Mexico
is always m chrouic conlusion aud tumult,
aud although Cubu is oppressed beyond eu
durauce, what ordinarily intelligent Mexi
can or Cuban would exchaugu the condition
.0* ffta country tor that oi the Southern States
of this Union ? The Mexicau» aud Cubuns
I do enjoy some liberty, but what shadow of
liberty belongs to the people of the Mouth X
from a letter from
"We started early to ascend Mt. Ollvot,
behold the sun gild
the minarets and tower«
the devoted oity, from the place where with
lory, stirred by a thousand associations,
should exalt the mind an well as the eye to the,
inspiration of tbe scene. Well is the voyage» cal
repaid for long travels, horrid roads, antodilu- ion
viau cookery, squalid companionship, and tha
importunities of begging, thieving Arabs,
Well would it have repaid yon, Ö man of com. the
ce and the crucible I and well might you
have been reminded of your own city, for hero,
painted upon a board nailed against one of the
huge ancient olive trees, under which the
ancient martyrs toiled for the sins ol the world
e these famt
We do not know
traveler,cured by the Plantation Bitters,wished j
to advertise their virtue« in a place front j 1
whence all knowledge flows." !
Magnolia Watbr.—S uperior to the bent ini- j
ported Herman Cologne, and sold at half the
lie ivin.fM i° during«, '
thus weakened and .leklllLted, disB«».- !
cause, .like "require wTiloU
strengthen tho system without exciting it, and I
awake a feeling of true enjoyment so that life
may become a »ource of pleasure. Mishler's
Heib Bitters has won it« way into the confl- i
deuce of thousands of this class of persons
who warmly indorse it as tho best invigorating
ngent and the most potent and genial of all
tonics and alteratives for strengthening and j
restoring tbe physical constitution.
" e *
•k° n f
» ighteen hundred years ago,
liar figures, S. T.—1860—X.
who did it, but
h;.' il i
Native Winks.—H ome time since
e really surprised t
house there all filled witli wi
of Mr. Speer's
band 1» aln
filled, and tie
Port Grape Wine
tier» of c&aks np and dowu stairs, and iu
|s hagai 1
, , ,
«Viag »nlyuttiedl.jr Mj. through wind.
t? ^ M ' "i, a "" ,u f ; W,M V
None is sold until it has acquired the age of
four r «r. .nd th. hulWlugi, 1, !!, » aud 4,
of th. first, ...ond third sad fourth y«rs
vintage. Onr druggists have some of tho
oldest of the ebove wine direct from Mr.Speer.
-1 Mr* nian. |
IIatb ahd Cap«.—L ewis C. Springer, No. 231
Market Street, in this city, is ready with an
entire new stock of Hats, Cap«, Ac., to accom
uiodato bis customers aa heretofore'. His new
ck comprise« all the recent and fashionable
varieties, made in a superior manner, and
adapted to tbe Spring and Summer season,
There will be no fitter opportunity tlian tbe
present for tbe purchtBe of a fashionably hat
or cap. A call by old friends and a vieit from :
new customers is requested. Our new stock is •
worthy of examination. j
LouxI Look I Window Shades only $2.25
per pair, iuoludingfixtures, ut J. K. Holt'», No
The Manner in Whicti a House ir Pa- I
pered is generally the first thing that attracts .
the attention of a visitor. If the paper cor- 1
responds with the character of the furniture; j
and is neatly put up, the bouse has an elegant i
and graceful appearance; but if the paper L* ill ;
adapted and clumsily bung, the whole interior :
ha» un uugeuteel and awkward look, no matter
how well its other embellishments are selected, j
It is uecesssry, however, before purchasing
to bare a Urge and varied assortment of paper
bangings to ohoose irom, aud experienced . in
bauds to bang it properly. Both of these re- I
quisitescan be obtained at the store of John '
K. Holt. Cl8 Market Street. Wilmington.
Tbe Cold Weather is very likely to injure ■
the eomiog fruit, should it continue much Ion- j
ger. May ought to give us pleasanter weather '
with which to greet its peeping fiower». But ;
cold or no cold, nobody need fear tbe trost 1
creeping in at their feet if they put on in time |
a pair of those beautiful Gaiter», äbwes or !
tfôîx ÂA.îk.^iyîïîiÂjiiii: j
domed aud made to look still more spring like ;
with those young ladies who purchase th*)ir
Balmorals aud shoes of Birnie.
c.tioa .ad ...ere pain after eatio,, and nhbougli
I tried various r.m.dt«, sod took medict «V
vies, yet ff.a.d eo relief ...fit I tried jour
-C.Ubr.ted Bitter Cordi.l," »hieb .cud lit.
magic upon my system, and bffore I bad used
bottle, I found ruyeelf eulirriy oared, aud I
not had any .«turn of tbo complaint sii.ee.
be found at
J. W. Hobnob, of Parkersburg, West Va.»
.ay. that Dr. H. Ander.' IodlnaWatar cured
him of acrofula. Ue had 37 runhing ulcers
whan ha commaucsd taking tho mediciuo.
Peraons afflicted should make a note of this I
and send to J. P. Dinsmore, 38 Day 3troet, New !
York, for a circular containing this remarkable (
J. M. Barr, Attorney-at law, Journal I
Building, No. 61» Mark.. Street, Wilmington, |
_ ___ ,
Go U) FRAZBR'S, 310 Market Street, for j
cheap Black Alpacas. j
Qo to FRAZER'8, 810 Market Street, for
very heavy towels, one and a half yards long,
are great bargains.
Go to FRAZER'S, 810 Market Streot, and
examine tha bast selected etock of casaimors in
Go t. FRAZER'S, 810 Market Streot, for
""qTTÄSm V 3 1»' M 'Tt st ,
f RAZ KK a, S1Ü Market Street, for
the finest Sannau made.
Go to FRAZER'S, 810 Market Street, for
shirt fronts and linen.
Go to FRAZER'S, 310 Market Street, for
R. J. Roberta Parabold Gold Eyed Needle», tbo
only place where they
Go to FRAZBR'B, 810 Market Street, and
you will find hi* store full of cheap goods for
Sap't of Franklin Square,
Residence, 109 N. 7 tb Gt, Phila
AfiTResd Sckcotz'* srandiDgadvertisemiot in
tbereior« recommend it
remedy to those afflicted in the
Spbino ahd Scmmkh Clothiho — The largest,
finest and best stock of ready made Spring and
Summer Clothing in this city,
Moore's, 238 Market Street,
Third. All articles sold at thia establishment
warranted a* repreaented, and
The only first-class Ready
Made Clothing Establishment in Wilmington
guaranteed and sold
than Philadelphia "prices.
be procured in Wil
Wall paper obeap at John R. Holt's, 618 M
618 Market 8 l
S tore and every description of window shades
made to order at J. Holt's 618 Market 6t.
Window «hade and picture hangings
Holt's, 618 Market street.
short notice by J. R. Holt,
ÜQDEN. —Of tbiS
_ ,, the Pacific
Railroad, a correspondent ol the St. Louis
Republican writes :
"Ogden Is about to become the commer
cial city ot the Rocky Mountains. The
greatest activity now prevails at that point.
When I lelt workmen were busy putting in
a siding or switch, and the work ot transfer
ring goods, materials, tools, bundles, bales,
barrels, «Stc., was going on as though tbe
people were making preparations for an
earthquake. Restaurant keepers, peddlers,
traders, gamblers, loafers, rowdies, "dead
beats," merchants, mechanics, blacksmith»,
carpenters, seemed to be running a
see which could get away from tbe switch at
Taylor's Mill the quickest. The character
ot the population of ÜHden differs considera
bly Irom that of a New England village.
Horrors are constantly being enacted there
the neighborhood. I suppose you
have bad accounts ot a brutal tiagedy, the
particulars of which 1 heard
ham Butler, declaring he had been robbed,
aud requesting to be allowed to warm him
self. Mrs. Butler and
were in tbe houee. The villain attempted
to outiage the woman, whose screams, with
those ol ber children, alarmed him; and
seizing a hatchet, be began tbe butchery of
the luu.ily. One of tbe children, a boy oi
six years, be killed outright. The others
aud the mother were not expected to recov
er. The murderer wee pursued, tolled to the
ground with,* «lob, and then shot to death. "
to tbe bouse of Wil
or three children
IFrom 11 u
r'« Wwkly. i
Ny Horae Trade.
Is there such a disease as "farming
brain Î My other half says I
with it iu its most aggravated
form. 1 have entered iny protest against the
charge, backed with a tearful array ol medi
cal testimony; still she persists in her opiu
ion materia media to the contrary notwilb
standing. You doubtless inquire mentally
what analogy there Is between "farming
the brain" and tho caption of tin» sketch I
Thai is what I propose to elucidate,
East fall I purchased a lann In Delaware
County, in this Slate, on which I intend to
move in the coming spring, in case I
coouviuee uiy family that I am perfectly
nano, and thereby avoid u writ of lunatico
inquirendo and a residence in Dr. Kirk
bilde'» Institution in West Philadelphia,
j Having purchased the crops with the farm,
j 1 found upon cxatnhalion a surplus ol hay,
! which, according to my ideas of farming,
j should be consumed ou tbe premises. Lem u
iug that stock was cheap in the fall, 1
eluded to purchase an extia horse, width, it
' purchasing. 1 accordingly visited tbe horse
! l£™VwM»t ITcè^'t uoUad" 'bv the'ho'rse
««i 1 .
I "Uid 1 wish to purchase a horse t W hat
kind of animal did I want ? Carriage
farm horte ? Past or slow ? Could accom
i mod ate me with » horse that could do biB mile
iu 2:40, or one thut would pull anything that
be was hitched to, from ft Dearborn wagon
to u ton of bay.
j I informed the gentlemen of the whip and
spur that I desired to purchase, cheap for
. cash, a farm horse, not exceeding six years
of U g C| Round in wind and limb, kind In har
* ness ami easy under Hie saddle.
n f H,, 'l &N could accommodate
the order of
the very horse 1 desired. I Informed them
timt 1 proposed
at Hint time, consequently could not accorn
date the entire traterniiy. It they would
lut K" my urn.«, ku«i> llielr dateurs
hUHorahole», ami givoiu«.Chane«
V ■aur.lrMl,, IH,lorui«aih«n 1 lwc U ldlo u k.t
of l||uir t _ck
' , hc ,„, k a looae-jomted,
„humbling alx.loot.r, with a hl.ukct
. , b , u which wore couelentlv
* , " t i,ln,ïrt whiskey! * Tide wey, a,, ;
| lltru '.„ „ Mr , anlt ^ raeu . th , ve " rl '
you wuut lor a farm. This yere animile la
five year» old, going on six. A child
Anve him. Will haul anything you liiicb
him to. Goes boolliul under
Sound as a hickory nut. Warrant him.
Give you my written guarantee ef you'
niuku u out. G'au'l write myself. Nevt
bud any book laming; but I'm sound on tbe
boa» question. Bet your file on that."
: "But, my CbriHliau friend,'' A replied,—
• "Don't call me names, stranger; 1 don't
j belong to meeting."
"But you are not a heathen, are you."
"No, uot exactly oue of them are fellars;
} but 1 never weut io Sunday school and don't
belong to church.''
I "1 dou't want a horse and harness. Only
. want a horse."
1 "Better take the whole rig, stranger,
j You'll iiud tbe carl aud harness useful."
i "Name the lowest price, cash dowu, for
; the burse, cart aud harness, with a written
: guaiunty that the horse ahail prove sounri,
kind iu hamees and under the saddle."
j "Weil, suauger, bein' its you, and we'
lmd considerable palaver, i'll let you have
the lig lor two Luuured dollars, and throw
. in ibis yere blanket and whip to bind tbe
' "I will look around further, and if I cau
suit myuelt better will
j , f r ?. t
' J, i chij W° u ^ 8° » further,
; an ^ * should not iare worse,
1 Alter canvassing tbe entire horse brigade
| wlhout making a purchase, I informed my
! Irieud with the blanket overcoat and red
j %f âluâæ him
; "Make it it hundred and seventy-five,
Struuger, aud the rig is yours."
"Due hundred aud filly dollars. Will you
.. i»n ™
wd ' : î, 1 . 1 'ïï 0 ïi ^hv. tbe bora,
1. vnu " ' ™ " ï 0 "" "" d 1
T _ . ,
I K uarant y . ,n Iff« *PP T0 ~
1 ? rDJ ', l t ° l whlcU "X ,ri 1 end «Inched his X
mo, k- A then paid him his money, and bid
good day, he
jnctng, as tlie sequel will show.
Thut evening at the tea table I informed
Mrs.-and the little- 's or iujr pur
chase. 1 expatiated upon the line qualities
oi my newly acquired horse, repeating the
language ui my red-eyed Irieud, and wind
ing up with the fact timt I had made a great
bargain. Could sell the norse in tbe spring
at lor two huudred aud filly dollars, making a
cleui profit of oue hundred dollars, includ
ing cart aud harness, both ot which would
e be useiul on tbe farm. Mrs.-said my
e horbe talk sounded very pretty; but she
- would »jet (a tahulous amouut) that I had
Leen cheuted—yes, skinned! i suggested
that she had berier not bet; that said amount
would he very handy for pin-money when
lurra . , , ^ _ L
''J** . ?'. u 'f™. '">■■»=» » That
l ï* me ' 1 ml ü hl
?•" "' ake U "" /"•!»<«( M luptrannuatod
I !lfi Ru >fhiug olse." In fact, she iutl
! "'alkll vory aliungly that she hoped I had
( pl'*ldren thought dlffer
| ei . ,ll 3 r - 1 l,e >' seemed pleased with the idea
I WoulUnH*!!*^ 1 defiJmmi to^ 'ao'aletihïîfà
| " U h a "ajkï ^lc»m"-lwo hm°.J
, and the oiner luudem. "PaDu kept store.
for j and he wa» never chested w hen he bought
j tlriugs." Little tour-year-old closed the
controversy by saying, "Papa didu't get
cheated when he bought my philotopedt—
did he ma ?"
, ui h ht 1 »«red early, but visions of
in borso jockey., horses, carts, etc., disturbed
">• slumbers. Wus there a possibility of my
for bfankl coal » C nd"rod r"" '!*f
iNul ,Ue * Lü " SSnu
for wiitteu guaranty to fall back on iu case the
horse suouid prove derelict lu his duties.
for ^ u i lu order to ;
sible, I started early
for lu S with my
erv rig. You'll go fur
settle tlie mutter
rig tor the farm, twelve
mues distant from the city. It was a beau
tiiul October morning, and for the first two
miles things were "altogether lovely." As
cending u very steep hill soon afterward, a
sound resembling the exhaust steam ol
engine greeted my ears. Belug near the
railroad track, and running parallel with It,
I looked lor the locomotive, but could see
. I slopped my borse and tbe noise
ceused. Wbui could tbe matter be ? Had I
purchased a high pressure borse, and was
be playing locomotive lor my amusement?
I remonstrated with him—said "remon*
siruncu" being the butt end of a whalebone
urged him along, the
. The taster I
he wouldn't step
blowing, A huckster passing at the time
said my horse had been drinking hot water,
and il i didn't allow tbe steam to escape
faster Pure would be
I asked him it he would
to exumiue the animal. Ue complied with
my request, aud iu answer to my question,
"What do you think of him?" replied lü
"That horse is a fraud; he ain't worth
"What rs wrong aboulhim; isn't h % sound?
"There's nothing right about him. He's as
rotten as a Limburger cheese. He'a got the
heaves bad. He's a regular 'blower,' and
I'll bet ten to
I concluded it would not be safe to
tbe bet, and alter informing him how I
by the horso, he advised me
him to the city, and not wail
going, but go at
i took his advice, returned my "rig" to
the rivery stublo, end set out in quest of my
red-eyed friend, in order
your hsnds be
to return with
the order ot
ol bis guaranty with the X autograph. To
ward night 1 succeeded lu finding him, and
alter stating my grievances, he replied very
"Well, »tranger, you ain't going back
you ?' '
i replied that 1 did not fully comprehend
hi» tneauiug, out informed film unless he
immediately refunded the money I had paid
huu for the "rig," 1 would put i im forward
lu a judicial manner, which might possibly
prove repugnant to Ins feelings.
"Well, stranger, that talk pounds mi&hly
prltty; but el It's monev ycr we
git it here. I'm dead broke.
gone. Had a little game of old sledge last
night which cleaned me out dry. A blend
of mine wants that colt I sold you. lie's got
a large dray-horse, strong as an elephant,
but nut quite so fast as your colt. What do
you «ay lor a diçker? El you'd like to
trade, eay the word, ami I'll trot him
your friend ?" I asked.
"Very well," 1 replied, "I will look at tbe
norse and owner boou made their appear
ance, the latter slightly inebriated.
"Now, stranger, ejuculated red «
yere bo«a'll suit you to a T.
tlian your'n; worth more moi
Btranger, ejuculated red eye, "this
money. Give uiy
trieud fifty dollars to boot, and he'll trade."
Owner of large horse nodded Haunt. 1 of
fered twenty-five doilats, which, after h
short parley between red eye and int imated
individual, was accepted by the latter, und
horse No. 2 was soon iu -stalled in the quor
of locomotive, alias "blower." Next
morning I engaged the services nt an expert
to examine horse No. 2, and give
opinion of his qualities, which tor brevity, I
opine, has never been excelled. It
"Not worth a Continental-!"
This last straw broke the cumcl's buck. It
was a stunner. Tbe scales had fallen from
my eyes. I con id see it all through a glass,
not dimly, but clearly as tbe
1 bad been taken iu and done tor. That day
I sold iiorBu No. 2 to n buckster of the col
ored persuasion lor ten dollars, sc
harness to the (arm, and
not a better
Moral. —"Never swap horses wbil j t
ing a stream" was Hie advice of one whose
memory we all revere. Never swap horses
with a horse jockey, either on terra firvut
while crossing a stre
fcjAVUEL THIS Î3C
r u wiser, if ;
, is I ho advice of
A Bundle ok Greenbacks Ground Up.
—Tho Dayton (Ohio) Journal relates mat a
few dayp ago,
mill iu that
greenish paper, which lmd gone through the j
machine. On closer inspection they proved j •
to he scraps of greeubucka, which hud bee
clipped iuto pieces by the picker. The
picked up a hat full of these scraps, but in
stead of fitting them together, gave tin
friends as relics of a fortune that had ruu
through the mill. The scraps are of bills of
Hie denominations of $5, $10, $20, $ô<» aud
$100, aud an estimate made from the quan
tity wt pieces found indicate« that nol lei
than $3,000 was iu the package which we
ground up in the "rag-picket." The theoi
of the money getting iuto the picker it?, U
the coat which contained the money w
ot a lot ol soldier»' blou»»» which
e rag picker a lot ot old clot I.lag, 1
on was attracted to sonic bu»
•e col- I
iccled at dlfltrent points, and that the money 0
sewed iu tbo breast of a blouse which
belonged to an officer who lmd died in a hos- ,
pital, and the secret ot the greenbacks died j
The Wife.—I t is astonishing to ace Low
well a man may live ou a small income who
bas a handy anJ industrious wife. Some
men live and make a far better appearance
six or eight dollars a week than others
sixteen or eighteen dollars. The
does his part well, but bis wife is good for
nothing, blie will even upbraid her bus
band lor not living in as good style as bis
neighbor, while tbe fault is entirely h
His neighbor bus a neat, capable aud ludus- |
trious wile, aud that urnkcB tbe dtflerenco. !
His wife, on tbe other bund, is a whirlpool 1
iuto which a great ntauy silver cups might
be thrown, and the appearance ot the v.
would not be changed. No Nicholas, the ,
diver, is there to resTore the treasure. Jt is !
only an insult for such a woman to talk to >
her husband uboul her love aud devotion. I
The following quiet announcement ap
in a late Knoxville paper: "Married, 1
"at the residence of the bride, iu Greenville,
Teun., on the 20th ult., by the Rev. S. P.
Crawford, Mr. William Browu to Mr».
Marv atover, daughter ol «:x-Pre»l0ein
Johnson. Mrs. 0:ur*i, 1« wilt bo ruiuem- ;
bered, shared with Mis. Patterson the hou
orsof the Executive Mansion during the ;
greater portion ol Mr. Johnson's administra
tloa. The bridegroom lias beeu tor a uum- :
ber of years a prosperous merchuut of G reçu
peu i »
Captain James Eustis, formerly of Cm
cinuuti, is now a captain iu the rebel Bei vice
In Cuba, having tak»*n over a squad of
from Key West. This man was twice
wounded in the Federal service in the late
war, in which he had an experience ot three
battles. When It
service expired be went to Mexico, and lost
arm fighting tlie French. Determined
to lose no opportunity lor a smell of powder
and a taste of blood, be bas at last brouvht
up in Cuba.
A balky horse is a nuisance anywhere, ;
but it is more especially a nuisance when at
tached to a railway car, in which thirty
forty business hc.rrussed individuals, pressed
for time, are expecting to be carried to their .
task work. Under such circumstances, a
balky horse is enough
or tbe most humane
their allegiance to Bergh.
make a saint swear, !
î in tho world deny (
The English papers are now discussing
the propriety of doing sway with branding
lu the Bntlsb army. A soldier nhaeut from
bis command for
tbuu three weeks, !
even if he return, must, in accordante witli
the present regulation, be tried for desertion
aud if tound guilty may be branded with a
D, although be remains iu the army. .
A Chicago paper style» the Mississippi "a
vast flood of thin gruel flowiug between the
coasts of crumblingjgiugerbrcftd.'' Where-'
upon a Council Blufis paper retorts that "if
tbe shores ot the Mississippi were not very |
wide and fertile, Chicago would have mighty
little "thin gruel," and no "glugerbread" j
to regel. Uer bungry euUiueieite." |
All railroads leading from Memphis will |
pass delegates and invited guests to the
commercial convention, to be held in that J
tho 18th instant, free, and others i
at hall fare. Ail roads conneciln
them will be asked to do iikewise.
already being engaged at
hotels in Memphis by parlies from diflereat
parts of tbe Uuion.
Tbe District Attorney at Hudson, N. Y.,
states that Josephine Browu, who recently
irctended that her husbaud had left a
essiou of the murder of Hie little girl, Angie
Browu, instead of proceeding to Hartford to
obtain tbe pretended confession, remuius in
that vicinity, carrying on a love correspon
dence with a negro. Her statements
a, 607 Market Street
From Jobs Met
I ' 1 Is
elt V If*:
ik ot Wll
KrîrTrê în» "»w*k.....
Corrected by SMITH A BREEN 4th and Bhlptey «
Monday, May It),
Prie#* an u
Floor p«r barrel.
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Rye Floor, per bbl
Coro M*al p«r bn*
W HOLMÄLB MÄ HKËT—ÂT ' BEAN DÏ WINfi MILL« 0
«OOU MOLAIIEH BARRELS Füll
tut« Mai kV. SUMts.
FARMERS will please take notice that they ,
buy the l>e»t clothes, the cheapest clothes,
the strongest clothes, the most elegant clothes, iôe
ROCK HILL & WILSON'S.
Tlio MERCHANTS of this vicinity will do
well tn keep an eye open to look at the prices j
ew Spring Goods. The finest lot ever !
o the publie, at tlie lowest prices.
ROCKH1LL & WILSON.
STATE."MEN of every «hade of political
view« and of nil «tripes,prill find Spring Clothes
of every color, striped,mixed,speckled, spotted
and everything dee in the way of color
KOCKHILL & WILSON'S. !
SCCKiKMl %MTIC il.
The t LEROY VIfiN of tho cotamnnity are
eppectfully informed that there in
is planet, at whioh
their entire satisfaction
the Great Brown Stone Hall of
RUCKHILL & WILSON'S.
they can be supplied
To bring Into your HOUSEHOLD the
<1 joy which folio
having all the
embers of tho family beautifully aud
economlbaily clad, buy vour clothes ai
ROCXHILL & WILSON'S.
clothes for the LEAST
e finest garment« for Hi« fewest dol
lars ; the greatest satisfaction for tbe «mallest
••xpeudituro of cash : all vou have to do la to '
buy your clothes.
To get tha me
ROCKHILL & WILSON*8.
oi|GOOI) \fl*l S |.>r tüe Boy«.
Young gentlemen t First
cla»s clothes foe first class boys. Clothes to go
stay at home iu.
Clothes for äntiday, Monday, and every other
day. Small olotlmn for small hoys; aud ape- ;
cirif provision* for l.ovs who come with their [
mothers, to KOCKUILL A WILSON'S. |
ROCRHILL A WILSON again present their
admiring and appreciative pnblic
nud assure them that tlie stock of ready-made
t Spring Ulothes now on «ale Is entirely unpar
eleganoe, variety, immensity.
I I .| -v
-* allelcd, as to
I durability ol material, style of finish. lKiauty
0 f cU t, and nliov« ull, cheapness of price.
1 WE WMT BE UNDERSOLD.
is ! st:
ROCKHILL & WILSON,
Brown Stone Hall
GG3 8c 605
IP,Chestnut St, PHILADELPHIA.
; ' 1 '
K. OU MAlUKDAr, MAT 16th,i
KU It ^40) DUIUDINO LOTS, I
L>Ut< î A ga
»I V Kleh,i%U— OKF1CÜ
: ) wa:is pire jn.^ukanoiicomi
• Tiitc mai
. nnu in
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f ta« u
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UC NATIONAL BANK
» Directors 1
,'StaY 4. I SCO.
« dividend ot
uu. vf XIOUT
J InffltlrotlC-- *
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| TXBüR'F'viT liiitmi'-T
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j UONVR TANCER AND NOTARY PUBLIC
| No . 730 Market St , Wilmiugton, Del.
| i.'mw.Dc*ju,Djnda, Morts »*•», win* »ndotb« l*m
J ri ""'£
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A, May 6,18dd.
Mutual Life, I
- u --op»Mre, Rhode
"T " ua 11 '® 'Mlr «J»auU*# to c
S.E.corn*r 8tb 4b M
I at hta
J. M. BARR,
ATTORNE Y-AT-LA W.
JOURNAL Üf'l L.D1NU,
No- 610 Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
^ANtKL SI. IIA BRIM G TOM,
'attorney at law
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
tie. S38 MARKET STREET,
attorney at law,
C. HI HU,
. »AULL, IU.
Ko. «»3 MARKET STREET,
f WILVKHoTUN . DHL A WARE
K. B. FRAZER
Has Removed to 310 Market Street,
Whir» b« will b* plrtKed tu hm all Li* o!d custodian .
BAKuAlNO call a
E. H FRAZER.
• ! K... I,
pkHLAUKLPlllA, MARCH 10th, lf*9.
tb» Keltert Shoptt
Hr**, Bilk and
bilk üood«, Rib
S Blonds, Braiua,
PRICKS LOW Fou
, 106 and 107 North bound Stmt.
N sud KEAUT1FUL COM
it Hrtlmbold'» Coucautrated
pimp 1 m,
cash. Y i
GROUND BALT at JOHN AIMIN'»,* onnR
Ceflttl .notic es.
u in ib*
Id U. b-iulUJ
I d' Pont. Jr
.. t 'll'
day of April
tel by the
>:uy days pi* «aid
»nt of Ohrl
Mofcoii "k .'î' ov» alaSo
IWl of llkM i
K It $111
hiSOlilJ i IO
rudh! n *
r - :
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WILMINGTON & PHILADELPHIA,
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by any other
JO HN A. POST U.i
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10 10 A M
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B- Q. SB WALL, 6np'l D*i. n.
81 ah or actus an
HENRY BOWER, Chsmitft, PHILADELPHIA.
Super-jk'iiospùate of Lime, Ammonia and
Warranted free from Adulteration.
who bsTe, by »oalyeis. te-Ud I
PACKED IN BAUS OF 200 POUNDS EACH.
DIXON, SIlARPUiSS à Co.,
89 South Water and 40 South Del Avenus ,
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FOR SALE DY ALL BOOKSELLERS.
OPENING OF NEW «Il !CS,
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STAPLE AND FANCY SPRING GOODS
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