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Morning, August 20, 1800.
iiTmingtom, dkl.
Frida
The Government has just issued
pearl ponder label, wbicb il calls a flfueu
cent greenback ticket.
The Washington correspondent of the
York Herald, under date of Tuesday
To
ing
the
New
last, says :
nylvanhi
; by a motley pr<
f feature of which was . .
ting ot a full blooded negro and a
arcely eighteen years oi
tu and brlueainald purely
d blacks,
*n
I

h
,c party
th
Tlr
> a.i
I ü
i Othe
Bty.
tty
his
k"
ah
this III
kapp:
p;
n d
by
,In-girl bi I
r 1 * '•
1 w,
At tl»e Confessional.
An honest contession is said to be good for
the soul. If that be so, and the Wilmington
Radicals have any souls, it may he fairly
considered that they have, by the merest
accident, contributed
sntely. We had uo idea that we would hp
able to bring them to an acknowledgment of
the error of the course they had pursued nt
year ago, in regard
ndidates for office; hut
small mite to their
the city election
the Catholic
article of Tuesday, upon the nomination of
Mr. McManus iu the Third Ward, has had
find the Radical
the desired effect, and
editors of the mongrel press rushing forth
with almost indecent haste
Catholic may be nominated and e
show that a
elected
ithout endangering the'sehool fund in the
least.
several geuileinen, who had
brought
his
with
Grant
clearly
fore
you
strange
litical
the
him
intend
to
by
your
ago several geuileinen, who had
the misfortune to be born within the pale of
the Roman Catholic Church, were placed in
nomination for cerlaiu city offices, by the
gcutlemeu of
Democracy. They
impeachable personal honor, ntul good cili
: placed upon the licket by
. They
their party after a fair aud satisfactory
pression of the feelings of those whose
political mterests they w
The question of church
nothing whatever
represent,
school fund liad
do with their st
Their personul standing in
lectiou.
society aud the orthodoxy of their political
principles alone decided that matter.
:c put forward for the v
And
of
they
their fellow citizeus.
has
and
mond
But
result,
letter
these
the
clad
of
the
that
lor
almott unknowi
But with a malevoln
ity politics theretofore, they were pur
sued, and maligned, and abused coarsely
and vulgarly by the Radical press and its at
tendant pups,
iu
who, under a false pre
biuiiug to divide the school f
They were charged with being Catholics,who
were hound to tear asunder our entire system
of education, nud establish a sectarian system
in its Head, whose chief corner-stone w
have ils foundation in bigotry, and whose
ruling piinciple was intolerance, oppress!
and on ultimate subversion of our liberties
.1
Ï
acti
arrett this
a nation. In
tide of wicked slander. Our tffoits although
,-e sought
ineffectual U correit or stay
upon voters, and tlio work id
constant,
influe
defamation and falsehood
canied rtraight up to the voting windows of
the several wards, and the candidates were
all defeated.
Whin we told these howling liars that a
Catholic could be
honorable
h
UlYeUl'd
audidate being a Catholic
ith them conclusive evidence that he
tarthemselvcs , Uj|>y
Nbe mere'Tact of a cm
untrustworthy and dangerous
ire under the impression
that they could ilo without the Catholic
abused aud muligned it.—
At that lime they
strength, ami
liid
But a change has suddenly
dreams of the Radical paity. Failiug lo
colored vote iu time for the coming
election, and realizing how unpopular they
have made themselves with the people, by
the extravagance and wastefulness of Huit
city leaders in office, and feeling how lost
and despuiting their cause has become,
less help is obtained from some quarter, they
have been casting about for the derired
find it only by courting the
Catholic vote—the same vole which they de
spised nud rejected last Bei tember—and
they are placing Catholics upon tluirciiy
tickiti, in order lo help them out of the tni
ity anil into office once more. We
this, and by a careless and apparently inci
dental article in these columns, we brought
these fellows down upon tluir knees coule
ing the wrongs they have done the Catholics,
and boldly proclaiming that people ought
y<
of
ol
i»t
a Catholic, "
trout STor
riNO TO CONSIDER WHAT CRUHCR RE
TENDED.
A MATTE
UIGtlT
And thut his religious faith
IIICR
ONE
MEDDLE.
We are pleased to know that these fellows
returning to truth and reason when deul
mg with their fellow-men. We are glad to
find them now ou tluir knees, "eating hum
ble lie,"
may be
1 by (lceluilug that a Catholic
, and fit to hold office,
also declare that they themselves have been
guilty of \iic and unjust slanders against
them in the past. We are proud to find that
all wu said and wn.t:; about the candidates
of the Dumocralic parly last year, linde veii
ficati
in this "
ck
,-emeut" ot
the Radical presses of to-dny, and ihut after
all a Catholic hi
•nmpletc
ship, to office and t-.)
igb
the
fall enjoyment of « ill
any other good citizen,
h.
Licit denomiuaii n he may belong.
intended to
to
Our aitieln of Tuesday
draw the Radical fire. It has succeeded,
satisfied. Hereafter lei us hear
aud we
proseriptii
öl
en— of
hat
parly—because of their religious belief.
of
currency —The following
Circular has been issued from the Treasury
Departmeut at Washington :
Treasury Depatment,
Treasurer's Office, Washington, r
August 12th .}
the expense of
the Departmeut, front any officer ol the
Government, private parly <jr corporation,
i of the currency described below :
J ni ted .Stales notes of the denomination
of ten dollars, and of the denomination of
fdty dollars United Slates, known as the
"convertible issue authorized under Acts of
February 25 uud July 11, 1802," and all
notes which are mutilated or iu any way
unfit for circulation, provided such remit
tances are made i
This office will rec
lounts ol $500 or
or exceeding $1,090 or a multiple thereof by
more than $500, by Adams' Express, or by
any express with which that Company have
made such arrangements. The above re
in i» made uecesBary by the terms of
:t with the Ada
uud United
*• requested lo select from
hick they have
defined above, and torward it
condition, clmr
*h remittance t«
trauslei >.| luuds, unless they
'•* specified by law to
nitnpliaure with th
puny.
Slates dep«iSilors
ch
•ordance with lli
ging the amount ol
uccounl
desire a return
lnittauce math*
cular.
e aim
' In
1 will, if»«
v i, » t i U Hte ''i "Am u my check on
York, Boston, Philadelphia, New Or
leans, or San h runcisco, will send other cm
reucy, Irec ol charge, by express
there is on bund iu this
the description desired in relui...
F. E. Spin neu, Treasurer.
Ne
•IICY «.I
JuUK'c «ont ai
Secretary
Judge Dcut, the Conservative candidate
for Governor of Mississippi, and brother in
law to Gen. Grant, disposes of the officious
Secretary Boutwcll quite summarily m the
following letter. The threatening storm
will burst before long, and iu its Jury will
burry corrupt Radicalism headlong to Us no.
litical grave :—
Farmers
Second
watciing
The
about
Fairs
Tax
A
their
visit
Was
paid
The
place
to the
Street
The
like
brick,
A
nouneed
Rev.
ported
wine
Washington, Aug. 17,18G9,
To lion. George S. liouticell , Secretary of the
Treasury:
Pm : I shall moke little apology for ask
ing your attention to my letter,
the nature ol its contents. Y
first to deny the political orthodoxy of my
friends and myself, and by all the rules of a
entitled to a defence. Again,
office ol the Republic, and your
legitimate subjects ol
Î less lor
rcrc the
a
forum I
you hold
acts, therefore,
criticism by the humblest citizen thereof.—
But in some respects we arc alike. For in
stance, we arc both aspironls for place, with
this difference : You aim to he the next
President, with every nssuranco of success,
except in the opinion of the people, while 1
seek an humbler place, with my hopes in
disastrous eclipse except in the judgmc
Mississippi.
In the probable results of the future we
both stand amenable to the judgment ol the
country. In the pursuit of your ambition,
you are ungrateful and unscrupulous as to
the means of success. Your organ, the New
York Sun , In the same breath ridicules I lie
capacity of your master, and dwells with
plmsis upon your peculiar fitness for his
office. Your excellent tool, Mr. Tulloek,
I became so reckless In the manipulation ol
• department m the interest of your
billon, and so defiant of the wishes of the
President of I lie country, that to save your
self from an explosion of popular Indig
tion you found it convenient to transfer him
another sphere of scandalous activity,
where his talents might he cxerled with
equal ellcct and less effrontery. Virginia,
Tennessee, Mississippi, and Texas, not lo
mention anything so humble as myself, we
obstructions in I lie way of
so, through President Grant's iuterv
lion in excluding the proscriptive ch
from their organic law, these Slates
brought info the Union and firmly welded
his support. Now, this is in direct conflict
with your systemized plans; for what Gen.
Grant gels in ibe next Presidential election,
clearly Mr. Boutwcll will not get, and there
fore you have denounced the C
Republicans, who are for urant, mat
you may obtain the proscriptive Republi
, who are for Boutwcll; and by
strange dextrous management and occult po
litical strategy you have so worked upon
the confidence of the President as to cause
him to flourish the club with which y
intend to hrenk his head, by inducing him
to join you in denunciation of the Con
servative Republicans—a party created
by his magnanimity, and liiumpbnnt
through his encouragement. But, sir,
your purpose is eusily discernible, aud
> destroy the
parly iu the South,
its shattered
Rich
d
nl
for
hp
of
nt
Dr.
ITome
method
yc.
the
ship
the
time
free
tlmn
now
school
must
ment
he
4th,
nation
ho
'
of
had
a
the
s, be
had
of
in
the
cili
by
liad
st
in
good
lor
that
And
of
has a low-fold object, viz. :
National Republi
and then lo reconstruct fr
fragments a Boutwcll party, with
mond in the field to strike lor y
But if you cuuuot succeed iu this ache
desperate enterprise y
result, from present appearances, much
likely
terveulmn for Wells, lor instance, gave
reuty thousand
letter to Stokes gave Teunesse to Bettler by
, helming vote of seventy thotisnud.
vcllous political sagacity,
in Mississippi and Texas, wiil repent
calamity, and again o
,-itli discomfiture nud defeat. Superadd to
these results of your mi approach able folly
the imposition
clad oath, und the alienntio
landing the
of De
your lolly do not stop here. Ohio and IV
sylvauin und others will iollow, deciding
their political »talus in October, aud the
North will echo hack the conde
the South, and peal in y
that there is slill loft enough of the incor
ruptible vhtue ol the Republic to rebuke you
lor a wanton repression of that most ».-u-red
richi-tho elective franchise.
But, sir, this will
that
non,
gun,
son
pur
at
ol
pre
system
whose
.1
cached. Y
Walker. Your
Ï
acti
of
this
these States ol your i
all into the outsticcl.c.l
stay
id
of
were
that a
the
C
Oct.flier,
oats this In« t.
Catholic
he
.t deter y
ii
ill slill pertitl uni il every
j ; y
prop that suppôt ts our party i
fctrirke
d the whole grand super-structure
Catholic
it.—
away,
tumbles about our
When y
Treasury and
Senate ol every shade of political opinion,
oath to adiuiuhter yi
d for the
hopeless ruin,
fere appointed Secret uy ot Hu
limously confirmed by
liid you not lake
office impalially,
jet-ts of its creation—to collect the revenue
and control the finances ol the country V Is
that office the property ol the
and yourself only clothed f.
little blief nutliorily? Then, sir, hu
lo
coming
they
by
Huit
lost
they
explain thi
..I
y<
ses und I until
ment of oppress!«
election <
into
d compel in
<f ohuoxi
the pe.q.h
M 1
the
de
tni
inci
ought
Is such a course consistent will) your nuih
ol office ? or «lo you «-all Uns a great moral
idea? But, Mr. Boutwcll, though y
thus prostituted the power «d' your office fir
purpo
!..
ion, without the wi
i- law, il may he t!
by what authority you assume
upon my political oitlioiîoxy V
Who constituted you the infallible Pope of
Republicanism? Who gave you authority
hurl the political anntlienms ot the pail y V
Again, what light had you toe
Administration to your policy V Have ym
ly part of tin
ol oppress
tell
to leuru yet that y«
hole «.f ü
it the
Administration, and
STor
ftieuds believe Hint a in«
though y
su bjo
•sell I
iud <#n H
and that you vciily believe y
Very respectfully,
nia has seized your
St it ?
Lew
Dent.
fellows
deul
to
hum
AT Walton, Dki.a
, Aug. 1(1.
» Hoods that ever
Ft.
DlS AST
JTY, N. Y.-Wai.
•: C..
•st disastr
—One ol the l
visile«) this »«•
last
spersid
Yesterday wus cloudy, int«
ighl.
office,
been
against
that
«1 then with slight show«,
ight the clouds seemed to enneeutr
toward Hie north. A lew miles ah
s perfectly terrific, co
but
tb.
til
., and raining
ing about 7 p.
d West Brook»
Thu I
9 o'clock.
a hoi
completely
so rapidly th
•upi
veii
ie hmlgc
ras completely del
uged by tbo toiruut. The tailor shop of G.
u the middle ol
i ay Wade's uiilldam,
d ah
ot
This village
after
and t-.)
the
•1 floor
the Delà wan»
Hie street. The gn
House
plululy
lier
eenteilai
.1 i..i
esah-ty
ir. F
eveiul families who lived i
Of
! upper
to
pail of the village, b
saved.
The
ol Hie tow
people all
hear
loss of propelty lor so small
be very great, being estimated fi
to $25,000.
undatiu
North «k Cn., Benny Bros., Kells, Flieh A;
Wood, Kells A Morris, J. M. Lyou A Co.,
The chief sulii.-rers
hat
belief.
in Ibe village
e the fir
D. H. Gay, Clins. Ostrom, proprietor ol the
following
Treasury
r
.}
of
the
of
as the
Acts of
all
way
remit
Delaware House, and William R. Willi
proprietor
bus b«-*en nset
—N. Y. Tribune.
the Walton House.
e lice
Deputy She nil Pulve
tod
I.
! 1
Simps
d with th.- I.
glary of Hire«- dwelling» at Bati-helorville. Long
is the despciud
!..
»raped fro
prison last
thüball gi
. IL- fired at .Si
hi» head.
d hit Long i
th
L
burglaries
•»gaged
ITViU
al
Hv in G I
d had a satchel full of
by
or by
have
re
terms of
The ext c n i
ed with the «
•«* shovel
'oiks of
ry «-»uii
.- old
ulony
Company, at I*
T;
otnlly de.
oyed by flu
ig.-tl
with Hm «
s, ini-liiding four h
!
H Of Sh
Is finished aud
d y I'
I'ip
United
from
clmr
they
to
H<M»,00Oi '
d a
ch
I
TI
earner llav;
, «if the Nashville 1'ack
' In
et Company
-a» burned to the w at
l'arlor Gru
.'elvi*
I
on,Monday a
ty. N» I
s lost.
is $12,000.
check on
Or
cm
Insured fo
•UU.
The Japaues
>ther
.f land i
IM:
« ..
d
illi
y pi-*
•IICY «.I
II
Ichell will rut.
F bringing a large
.•apun
Iditiot
the eo
P c
nil
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
The
pany.—
stitute
Levev's
and
iu
absence
great
greeted
The
and
her
vailed
and
hcaited
tender,
iug
all
grace
of
Tlilnipi Generally.
Farmers want more rain.
Philadelphia is short of water supplies.
Second class boarders are hurrying to the
watciing places.
The new market bouse will be occupied
about the first of September.
Fairs in the City Hall interfere with the
Tax Collector's operations.
A better quality ot peaches have found
their way iuto our market.
Deacon Horse-fly left this city on a short
visit to the uug'sbead, last week.
Was the man who drugged the Legislature
paid fur his services?
The Republican nommution election takes
place to-morrow at the City Hall.
Council has changed the committee's road
to the Delaware, by substituting Fifteenth
Street for the plan proposed.
The Republican says " Vagabonds do not
like the wliippiug.post or pillory." A heavy
brick, well thrown.
A horse
nouneed in
Wednesday.
Rev. Brother Rigg, of Mount Salem, is
ported to have preached sweetly at Brandy
wine Summit Camp last Tuesday.
1
in
to
lie
his
ol
the
him
lo
mat
po
upon
him
Con
sir,
aud
the
Rich
She
money was publicly
streets by the bsill
Mr.
pre,"
and
to
be
nl
A
's New rian for Securing a
iginallty about the
Dr. Dr
ITome .—'There is
method adopted by Dr. Brown, for securing
of limited means, that
ZrtÄÄSoS:
yc. nr.do lo „„Phaser., « .1 one. plao.B ir, ^
the hands of the tenant a complete owner- nelly
ship of the house he occupies, andfiischaiges 1 was
the obligation of indebtedness by the pay
monUdy X2""h SSffiSm^SSi. ?o
afflÄ ilïri i™ WM
time easier terms in which to secure a home
free of all embarrassment and incumbrance
tlmn l»y the plan proposed by Dr. Brown. I beer.
Besides, the location of the properties he is U
i-r'SÄ-.Ä
ÛÎWr'iW'lSïïS
now bullt there ^ and more are going up. A
school house and chapel nre amoug the im
ï^'^rnhmu-ïhf XouudTu'îf'and She
healthfulucsaoMhe place-invites to ft, and it
must eventually have a large aud Horn idling ' a
community, we invite those desiring houses
inin.wii.wy mnkn niirrliiiwes in West
Wilmington, to read carefully the advertise
ment of Dr. Brown, in another column, and
he prepared to goon Saturday, September j»y
4th, at 4 o'clock, and make personal exami- Jor
nation for themselves. by
ho
to per
:
be
Pic- Nie . —The first annual pic-nic of the
Western Hose Company will take place at
Roscmlale, on Thursday, September 2. A
good bras9 and strine hand has been engaged
lor the occasion. Tickets, 50 cents.
The following gentlemen have been
lecled
that n
I
. I
much
gave
by
repent
to conduct the affair, and we trust I
t only will all enjoy themselves, but
that the company will realize a handsome
1
Committee of Arrangement ».—Samuel Can-1
non, James B. Zebley, Benjamin Green, al
Barnard Nugent, J. Donahue, James Han- °[
gun, Michael Holland, John Shaflner, Hobt.
Ootlinghnm, Chas. Sollawny, John Thomp- °*
son aud V. McEvlely.
Master of Ceremonie »— Bernard Nugent,
Floor Manager -James B. Zebley.
.ISÂts/rt/ifs— John Donahue, James Harn- 1 10
ol
Your
Secretary—Win. J. Douagby.
Treasurer —Robert Cottinghuui.
f
A Card—Western Hose Company .—At a I
Company the fol- that
lowing gentlemen were appointed and nutho
solicit subscriptions from the citizens
of Wilmington, for the purpose uf aiding the since
iding suitable appratus for I n
it actiou in the extinguish- by
ecting of the Weste
ii
C
l' r
prompt
William J. Douagby, Beujamin Green, barn
Charles Solioway, J. Donahue, Robert Cotting- b:oko
ham, Michael Holland, Dennis J. Menton, p. is
McDcrmot, Samuel Cannon, James Zebley, \
'olm Dunn, John Thompson,
Dennis J. MiucroN, President.
Attest; Wm. J. Donahuy, Secretary.
The committee will call upon
from whom they hope
as will enable the Company to
b
citizens, I wick,
eh a I
the
•opted J i u to
over
With
P
eptahlc member of the Fire Department
i
•ftlio«
he
Railroad Accident .—At Townsend last
•ruing, a trump named Wallers,
hailing Iront Pennsylvania, asked a fireman
on the Delaware Railroad lo allow him to
ride on the locomotive. His request
fused, nud just as the train started, he
templed lo jump ou the front plalf
:ar. Falltug between the
:r his legs. He had
not drunk
• ol the accident. Monday
wav brought up to ibis city and taken to the | cre
Almshouse. He slated Hint lie had passed
it t.
Monday

>«• I
at
of the I belief
c nt the I
•ifing he I
heels passed
the
drinking, hut
phi:i,
through here a lew days before, und
,y «low
the Slate to pick peaches, lie
relative» outside ol the West
!..
Personal.— Mrs. and Mrs. John A. Silver, J hist
Grace Church, sailed in
tin- l ily ol Antwerp for Europe, last Sutur- ever
day. »
Rev. Mr. ('«lokinnn, of Grace Church, and He
of the Wesleyan Female |
College, are nt Khnol's Camp Meeting.
Pre»idcnt Wilso
Ti
Governor Snulsbury w
ou Tues
;■ I
day.
city, sailed fro
Levi C. Bird, of thi
his way home.
Potitliatnp
El wood Garrett
mied ft
*1 Gibb«
I to his i
Ball has wit lull
Yesterday,
«1 T. Clarks
Taylor
their tiipto California. I
on a 00,1
Edwi
», of California, is
this city.
datives i
from the
Mr.
«Imoste
:ti«»n of Mary
general prevalence of drought.
d tobacco
iv suff.-ring dreadfully. On the eastern
it is stated, only half n crop of corn can
;d. In the vicinity of Baltimore the I
gardens and pasturage are almost burnt up. — I
\\ ith the exception ol occasional light showers j
in some tew localities, no rain has fallen for 1
weck» past. The weather has boon very sultry, on
Painful Accident.— Mr, Wimbrow, who
the land of Dr. Cadmus Dashiell. I
about two miles from Princess Anne, on
Wednesday of last week met with u painful
accident by falling off aud being ruu over by u,
Lieh he wus sitting, and
dislocating his Hugh. After a great deal of
hard and painful pulling Hie limb was set,
•w doing well.
attached to a cart, be
longing to t'haï les Mullen, carier, 107 West
eel, yesterday morning at about half-past
o'clock, ran awav, and contrarary to the
time honored c
Arc
its fro
i
In th
ities, the coni
sl
1 .«
til
G.
ol
rcsidus
d Mr. W. is
way.— A hor
A;
of horses of runaway
Lisstjble imtead of
ol captured till he had
Front street. No damage w
:adcd Eu-t
Suicide ,f an Old Man .—At Blackbird,
last Sunday, an old man named William
of age, a shoemaker by I
trade, committed suicide by culling Ids
thront, while in a state of intoxication. He
greatly esteemed by all who I
i him for his proverbial houesty and in
tod
duslry.
I
Kerosene Accident .—Last Monday evening,
.... one of David Iliggius' fumily, 40G Shipley
si reel, was engaged in filling a lamp by the
light <»t a burning match, the oil caught 1
fire, hut lortunalely did not explode. Little
damage was doue.
al
Accident .—Fat rick Haggarty was knocked |
yer by the Reliauce Engine,
; in Front Street,
injured in the back, and
and r
«low
hi'le «-«ini
Monday
He w
night Iasi,
hud his hand severely lacerated.
de.
General Camp Meeting.—A camp meeting
of all Christian dcuoini
i lo
I'ip
is announced
; at Cbincotcague
to co
Island.
Resigned.—3. Eldridge Pierce has resigned
clerk in the National Bunk of
Wiliniugtou and Brandywine, und Uarry E.
fleeted to fill the vacaucy. |
Ileish-r has he«
The New Street.—Il has been decided by
the City Council t<> alter the plan of the zz'.r
street previously adopted, and run Fifteenth
Street direct to the river.
Balloon flying is the popular diversion in
-night a grand select ball |
ylf Middletown
he given in the Town Hall.
The Gallon Comic English Opera Com
pany.— A large and appreciative audience
assembled Wednesday evening in the In
stitute Hall to witness the performance of
Levev's popular opera, "Fancbettc," and
Offenbach's laughable operetta, "The Blind
Beggars," by the Gallon Opera Company,
and to "fleet the time carelessly, ns they did
iu the golden ago." Notwithstanding the
absence of scenic accessoiies and the pr
of a narrow, contracted stage, they gave
great pleasure to the audience, and were
greeted with frank and cordial applause.
The central figure was Miss Susan Gallon,
and nothing could be sweeter than her inter
pretation of Fanchette's capiicious moods—
her gladness iu the presence of her lover, her
vailed joy in him, and in lier love in him,
and her tantalizing assumptions of wliole
hcaited levity. Girlish petulenco, graceful
impetuosity, and dein ions assumption of a
tender, coaxing mood, made up the cliarm
iug scenes. Her tinging was delightful, and
all who listened to the little lady's sweet and
perfectly modulated voice and the exquisite
grace of her manner wero utterly entranced.
mply suppôt ted by the members
of her company, whoso singing and acting
, to say the least, admirable. Miss
"Hortcnse de Laval,"
"Marquis de Beau
"Corporal La
"Gobmouchc," Mr.
"The Notai v," and Mr. Thomas
"Picric Poulot," each dlstin
past
not
the
the
by
is
It
She
Blanche Galten,
Mr. Alfred Kelleher,
pre," Mr. John Clark,
Croix," Mr. White,
Whiffln,
guished themselves in their several parts.
press they give their second
and last performance, after which they go
to Baltimore, where we doubt not they will
be enthusiastically received.
A
a
the
that
«JM*-«, other day » won,.,, acred
ir, ^ lto«.nV neon., look„gcv
nelly as if si LVjïowd • »he U.d
1 was tllity ami msaiiangcu. mit uau
pay- stockings, ?. r ..
?o dïîîiÜôurtfSBÏ?' «Ä 1»W
i™ WM laiii-llkef although her hrca.j,
home 'onibly of liquor, film Mated
roubles CA ?* ed J**' ^aî.^nrnvîdîn be
I beer. Bho gave her name. She proved lobe
is U grnnd-daugWorof oncofthe mos l»™ored,
™<™Älär iu Thu d,y. Thirty
A years 1,11(1 greatly changed her. Her bus
im- lj,nd j ,ul ' ,0 "ß 'IfJJ. r d . n0W ltt ''
She allowed lltû hreatt. limb,,
it parked with cruel MKs-proywg that she
idling ' a 0 d n b S, Ji hïï m* J she
houses '»«" 'asucG a wniiant, but next. dny si c
West sent word desiring it to bo V» itlidrawn. Her
1,118 been strangely diversified. Youth,
and beauty and abundance have been succeeded
j»y u B e . deformity aud aim fe . . . .
exami- Jor case, the gay, be gifted, and the favored
by fortune, may gle
publican.
for healing her.
il ar
Fi.
i
useful les
.-He
the
at
A
Pretty —During Hie recess of Ha
Presbyterian Cuurch, aud while the Past
had been away on his usual Summer
I recuperation, the Trustees of the Church
. I took occasion to have several very decided
the interior in and
trust I Improvements made . .
but about the pulpit. The flout ol the latter has
been lowered nearly two feet, and the Ran.,
1 which were before iu the centre,
Can-1 ^' Dd - 'J |>6 tleBk has been
Green, al ' dtt 1 ! c , w d f, n Relies trn.u the brush
Han- °[ Carlisle aud Heuderson have made it
Hobt. *>e palest ܻe ciiy I I c real wall
Thomp- °* ll *® pulpit has also been liescoed ovei by
the Messrs. Kchrweider Brothers, ot Philn
Nugent, delpbi i, an 1 presents a beuulilul perspective
appearance, lie cu ire change is refrealung
Harn- 1 10 l * i e P Y e and pleasing to the taste.
at
•-painted
Barn Burned in Brandywine Hundred.—
Tuesday night, in response to a fire alarm,
a mile into Bran lywine
finding the distance go great
f fireman
I Hundred, b
that they could not possibly reach the scene
the conflagration in lime lo be ol any scr
they relurued to the city. We have
since learned that the builuing destroyed w
I n him mi lUu Coleman properly, tenanted
by John Tumble. A large quautity of hay
destroyed. As Mr. rumble was at the
hour before the flames
tigii9 of fire, it
in
de
loss
I'.
barn about hall
b:oko out, and there w
is supposed to have hscu Ihc
\ cendiary.
the
kof an i
Outrage .— traite a
re geultem««
A
tnken
residing at Middletown, i
b adly maltreated one day lust week,
I wick, Md., by a large and
I without the feligh
the Middlelovv
J i u to the yard,
over the
IV
scular pen
inn, billowing
Oiliest in's Hold
provo
-i.
ll •
inih'.e
-Ii disfigured, and
manner.
he is determined to hiiug the pet pelri
er at the
cargo
| cre
.'Hsiou ol I he C
it t.
— Republican,
The
at
of
old blockade
Saturday for
The Steamer Hornet,
I runner, lull Pbiladelphii
Havana under circumstances loading
I belief that she
Cubans. At the
overhauled by the United Blntes »lei
I Miami, on horn
I flint«« Marshal,
amounted to
tho
N.
the Unile«l
•t»ly. U»r
A.-nty-liv
, who
also
Bln:
phi:i, under I lie guns ol the Miami
d.
ere allai
«at
thi
ibis, of this
Pear».- M. H. C
;s of Bartlett pe
s to
Brow & Van Winkle, New York,
J hist week, which they sold for $15 per crate.
They arc said to have been the finest lot
ever sent front this Stale; 1G<> filled a crate —
» bushel. They were hands«
He has twice taken tho first premium at the
| Philadelphia Horticultural Fair .—Smyrna
shipped three e
dy colored
Im
Ti
is
Dedication of a Tent .— Al Brun lywine
Summit Camp, last Tuesday, Mr. William
I Blight, in behalf of the stockholders, pri
nted St. Paul's U-nt for dedication. It
ilediealed to the
l-M
,-ice of Almighty
is of church
I
a 00,1
litli the usual cere
dediculion.
of
an, living
, in Queen Anne's county
nth
Drowned .—A colored
Mr. W in. lbnd
»ly drowned i
t '
I The John Sylvester .— 1 The Not folk Journal
I notices the nriivnl m that city of the fcta
j punt ,/o/ui Sylvester, late « f Ibis pmt. She
for 1 imd on b.lurd the following Wilmingtonians,
on a pleasure trip to that city : Capt. Joshua
Baker, Win. 11. Quinn, John Clnisty, E. B.
I F,azcr and
on The Children's noms acknowledges,
through its Treasurer. Charles W. Howland,
by u, e receipt ol ten dollars from George W.
ßugi,, •« being Hie lees, or
of the assessment of damages for
Washington streut, voted by them."
be
the
lb; was blind, and
30 k.
But unlay
tempted to walk
btidge
hu Chuslcrlow
off .—Stnyi
ilu the «1
ominission
opening
The Tublic Sale « I first-class furniture,
which was to have taken place ut No. 1118
West streit, was postponed, and
thorized t > say that it will positively
•Jay (Fifthly) at nine o'clock at the
ntioued place.
of
had
above
The Alarm of Fire yesterday
occniioned by the accidental
wnstuat the Railroad depot,
extinguished bei«
ning
o'clock
burning of
The fire
much dam
by I Chief Engineer Se until , of Hie Dorchester
Ids and Delaware Railroad, Btates that the track
He layers have reached a point within five miles
who I of Cambiidge. The road commences at
in- Seafotd.
age
I Religious.— Bcv. Lafayette Murks, past or
of the Hanover Street Church, has returned
to the city and w ill preach iu that Church
the next Sabbath, both morning aud evening,
1
The Historical Society has been the rcclpi
books
enl ol a number ot
from old collections, presented by Miss
| Henrietta Bedford,
and
Books Donated.— The Wilmingtou Insti
tute has received a donation of
five hooks from Miss Henrietta Bedford.
called in Susbcx to mature
seventy
Meetings
pluns for the conslruclion of the proposed
railroad from Seaford to Georgetown.
of the Rev. Chas.
badly hurt last Friday by fall
Accident.—A little
D. Shaw
down Blairs.
!
of 1
E. Spiritualism .—At the Uuiversalist Church
| last evening Clair R. DeVere lectured
Spiritualism.
by
zz'.r
in
The total taxable property in Boston for 1869
$549,511,000,
increase
iB assessed
last year of $55,937,900.
The organization of a Typographical Union
Williamsport, Pa., has caused a strike
ball | the Bulletin office, that office having failed
conform
or tii«
the
llio Drought—Proepec
a
orn Crop.
to
rain has fallen during the
Iu Tennessee- . , « .
past week, which has bad a very bad effect
upon the
crop.
A Richmond, V«., dispatch says that
two weeks, aud
rain lias fallen there for
the yield of corn
ill he light.
I i,
e meagre.
weather is rainy, and the crop will fall far
Minnesota.
short of either Wisconsin
Late intelligence from Maine shows that
the potulo crop lias been seriously injured
by drouth, and that the crop will he light.
Reports from Minnesota state that the
weather is warm and very favorable for
, though the continued rains in June
very injurious.
and July
Iu South Carolina the weather during the
past week was dry aud hot, until Monday,
when a fine rain fell. A lull average crop of
is anticipated.
C.
tof Ohio
is better.
n cropiu the northern pi
the southern i
The
is very poor, hut
It is though the whole State will not average
ban liulf a crop.
The weather in Indiaua for the past week
has been dry. A little rain has ftllen during
the lust three days, which 1ms had a good
effect on the corn crop.
it lias raiued three days and been
four days during the past seven. The
the Stale, and
Iu Te
•:1c
is abundant all <•
the rains cannot inj
be
''
she
she
c
Her
.
d|
II
Reporls from difletent paris of Wisconsin
show that the late rains have done much to
d with coutiuu
,'ealljier there will he a f»if
the
l'i"
crop.
, I'
yield.
I u Mississippi I lie weather during the past
week lias been dry and flue, but yesterday
ruin full. There will ho about half a crop of
, but the cotton crop promises lo be a
U\\
In IlliHois, during the past week, there
1ms Imen alternate showers and sunshine
every day. The corn crop is most promising.
Tlio corn crop will be one of the largest '■*—*"
harvested in Central Illinois.
In luiliu
Cue weather duiiug the past
î raiuy
night, and warm
had a beneficial
crop, and the farmers
average yield.
during the day. This h
effect
the co
re than
rain iu Kentucky lust week,
Monday and yes
crop is late aud light in
account ol the
There w
hut very heavy
lerday. The
Borne sections of this St-ito
wet weather in June.
Information from all paiH of South Ci
lina leaves but little doubt thnt the
•ops have b^en muteiiilly injured by
the drouth which has prevailed for a month
crop is almost bsyond
and
past. The
and
demptiou.
The weather in Georgia has been excess
and dry for the past four weeks
crops suffered hut little from the
considerable rain
ndayaud a light shower yesterday, which
eatly benefited the late coru crops.
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY.
ivcly w
hut the
drought. There
has
M
■ i
at
Kansas City has been
■ily arranged.
The Revenue of the Dominion of Canada fu
July is $1,198,920, aud the expenditures $2,
I
{•9,781.
instantly
Monday, by the falling of
a New Yorker,
John Quin
killed i
elevator.
who
Boston,
get
Frederick Wetzel, a German, committed
Sunday, by firing a pis
tol
Baltimore,
in his mouth.
de
James K. Woishorn, brother of J. J. Wor
, of Memphis, died of apoplexy, at
by
St
Monday.
ier's kindling wood factory iu South
ras destroyed by fire on Sunday. The
loss is $4,000; partially insured.
I'.
rial
The French citizens of San Francisco
.lay celebrated the centennial anniversary of
the birth of Napoleon Bonaparte.
named William Fullerton shot
Sunday, in Boston,
wl
the
A young
himself with a pistol
despair of obtaining employment,
tnken to the hospital, hut his life is despaired
II.
-i.
The steamer M. A. Starr, from St. John
Halifax, with a cargo of Government st<
ashore during a thick fog.
iverhoard.
Fart of the
The vessel Is
cargo was th
almost a wreck.
er Newborn, which recently arrived
Francisco from Sitka, brought a cargo
The attention of
The ste
at 8
of furs valued at $50,000.
e authorities is directed
tho
Smith, of Rye, agoil GO. while
Portchester,
Willi:
is
tempting
N. Y
un Monday morning, with a wagon,
.•r and instantly killed. The horse
also killed.
the Bouthside Railroad was
ck, 12 miles from Petersburg,
«at Monday morning, instantly killing R. G.
Hobson, the conductor, and Urn Rev. Wm.
Myers, :
thi
n oil the
T
lured preael
CITY NOTICES.
Tu Ei a
» P
Tue W
Were 1
Ukn
iu a long strain in attempting
iml, 1 should
Ye
Im
dertak
analy
....
defin
other conclusion thnii th
is tho breath of Omnipotence ;
in 1 is wind. It
immaterial,
nothing, and yet it is
i, but its influence is
ssed everywhere. At
s it is peaceable enough, and agaiu as up
earthquaku troubled with
them gently^
gh the light locks
green leaf
invisible, mysterious
thing. It i
<1 its effect h
l-M
tho deliriun
draw their fairy lingers thr
of thn child, ami lightly lilt t!
got a kiss from the lilly ; and 1 hi
take a hack hug with tlm giant oak
off vieto
B.
. I
I co
' the
have als
the
into fragments
W lien
ce aroused, all
the strongest furtificati
their
the hemp halters in Wilmington can't hold
them ; and when th«:yare once tairly asleep on
their earthly pillows, yon might as well
dertake to talk luw iuto a sick monkey
attempt to awaken them—they will have their
way. Man, with his restless and ingeni
mind. is over grasping with the present
omplish nil his «-nterprizes, which
physical
busy in endeavoring
- of
age
shows the power of intellect
er. He has also be
the wiuds, like electricity, do his bid
ding and his work.
To navigate the winds
with an air ship attached to a balloon appears
tu be the great object of the present day, in
Napoleon gained a great victory
the Austrians by observing their position
from a balloon. We learn that a balloon has
lately b»;en constructed in San Francisco which
traverses the air from
with a» much accuracy
the
i.. i
another
a ship upon tho
water. Judging from the rapid stride
nting, together with electricity, in the
last ten years, wi; will venture to predict that,
within the uext fifty years, a merchant will sit
in his «.nice in New Y'ork and order his srial
ship, at a moment's notice, to go to any given
point. Thus ; Old Gent to his ærial ship clerk:
John—John, got my balloon ready, I
to go to China and get
P«PPies,
Take my second servant with you, return by
the way of France, aud tell the Emperor I shall
evening
at
you
a cargo of nice cats,
, silk aud tea of John Chiuatnuu.
or
Monday
him sup with me
. Never mind your coat, John ;
iek." Word comas, " all ready."—
China, take iu
to F
no go «
the designated cargo, and fly
and return on the second day, bringing word
that the Rmperor of France—Napoleon the
IVth—will como and sup with him, but i»
oblig«id to go to St. Petersburg first, aud will
then lm here. Old gent—" Very well. Now,
John, start the machinery for setting the table,
and telegraph to my wife that the Kmperor of
France i» coming to sup with
then brush up my balloon, for I have
gngement in London to morrow at 12 o'clock."
John hastens to execute the order, and off
goes the old gent; and is to atop on his way at
the West Indies, for a cargo of fruit ; returns
iu good time and in good order. And the day
may not be far distant when the old gent wiil
say : "John, take the balloon and go down to
Wilmington, Del. I hoar of their good work
aking the best iron-clads, gunpowder,
morocco, flour, carriages, ships, car „
aud of the cheap boots and shoes that
by C. Flanigen, Sixth and Market streets ; get
five boxes of them, and take them, with other
goods, to New Orleans. They
they will pay a handsome profit.
Jthn."
fly
Miss
fall
1869

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Union
Go quick,
Our
A great many side bits are being
the Plantation Bitter» by a score .
disinterested friends, who
imitate
. The people
Plantation Bitters
■ I.- at
.•I
endeavoring
counterfeit them. It is all of
't bo Imposed upon.—
increasing in
popularity every day. They are in the s
sized bottle, and made just as they
first. They make the weak strong, the lan
guid brilliant,
great restorer. The recipe and full circular
around each bottle. Clergymen, merchants,
and persons whose sedentary habits induce
weakness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart.
Jack of appetite, liver complaint, Ac., will find
immediate and permanent relief in those Bit
ters. But, above all, they are recommended
to weak and delicate females and mothers.
!
il
exhausted nature's
!
the best im
Water.—S uperi
ported German Cologne,
price.
sold at half the
Hats, Cap-*, Uuurki.i.as, Games, &c.— L e
C. Springer, No. 233 Market street,
(below Third street,) Wilmington, Del., is at
all times prepared with a seasonable assort
in ah i. k Styles of Hats
of the most F
d Caps of superior make and finish, to sup
ply his customers and the publie. All goods
will be sold at reduced prices. IBs Silk Hat
trade will be made an object to all, ranging in
prices from $4.00 to $0.00. An extra quality,
conformed to the head,
will he $0.00. All other goods reduced
proportion. Canes, Umbrellas, Suspenders,
hand. A call by old friends and
visit from new customers is requested. Our
stock is worthy of examination.
ol
fit as easy as
&e., also
The Manner in Which a House ts Fa
pered is generally the first thing th
the attention of a visit«
responds with the char
d is neatly put up, the house has an elegant
and graceful appearance; hut if the paper is ill
adapted nud clumsily hung, the whole
has an ungeutetd and awkward look, n
how well its other embellish)
It is necessary, however, before purchasing
have a large and varied assortment of paper
hangings to choose from,
hands to hang it properly,
qnisites e
K. Holt. GI8 Markot Street. Wilmington.
to
I -
If the paper e.
of
a
Both of these re
re of John
bo obtained at the ;
TnE Shop Tai
York.—T he jour
York claim Unit they have gained a victory
plnycrs
compulled
first-cl
New
's Strike
il.n-a of New
the ir employers,
bile the
decline that Hie me
to give in. The
pub islied
give employment lo
se this disagreement hi
having give
w o?
in
the
rer 2,000
ii fleet
of baUncsB, hut this doe
neotn
Mulillmuseu, King street below Hfth, and
I i nues to manufieture heauliful
the most reasonable prices.
lie still
suits of clothes
by
and
Wai.k Spanish.—A novelty that is just
coming into vogue is a tall, Spunish
•d the crown, and
shaped hat, tapering
with a moderately wide arched brint, turned
the sides. Olliers of these
, bound and
straw,
itb feather and rosette of a pale
gold color. It is peculiarly attractive when
n with a pair of the nice filling hoots
always Kept for sale by Biruie, 508
up slightly
Spanish hats
Hi mined with cerise,
trimmed
of black
the
of brow
Market
If this should happt
anybody who lias nev.
Wilson's Great "Brown Stone Clothing Hall,"
muet the eyes of
& 4
to Roe
&
JotlU
Co.,
oilier establish
advise him
Philadelphia.
in the eitv
satisfaction c
TV-iv i
he obtained iu clothing for
derate prices. Those
, always go again. Make a
iu your note hook, wh
, thus ; "I must get u
ch
all
&
F.
It.
ch
who go i
oxt go
. nice Sum.
' Also, "1
gut Johnny anew Garibaldi suit, and I'll
get it at Rockkill k Wilson's."
suit at Rockhill & Wilso
Bpri.no and Nummkh Clothinh. Tin* largest,
finest and best stock of ready made Spring and
Summer Clothing iu this city, ca
Moore's, 228 Market Street, one door below
Third. All articles sold at this establishment
warranted as represented, and are all made
by Wilruiugton workmen. Remember the
number—228. The only first-class Ready
Made Clothlug
he fo
of
ii Wilmington
No
wl
than Philadelphia price
Attention ! — We beg
Medical Practitioners
Standard Wine Bitters
diuretic, sudorific and tonic
persons, from whatever c
Speer's pure wine, without the sembla
medication, exceptby herbs ami
roost delicate ladie
vantage. They
the taste.
Sold by Druggists.
Have You a Cougu, Cold, P
Chest, or Bronchitis ? In fact, have y
premonitory symptoms of the "insatiate
er," Consumption? If «o, know that
reach in the shape of Ur.
of Wild Cherry , which, in many
where hope had lied, lias snatched th
cull the attention of
alids to Speer's
a mildly stimulating
id to debilitated
d i
No.
. The
j them with decided ad
einarkably pleasant to
of
the
the
I
rel
is within yo
tar's Balai
clint from the yawning gn
G.
Who Want to In»
icessful Life 1
tin* b.
upnuy
.V Co., N<». 15 lia
II o
should
eet, General Age
life Insurance Company of the United States
f America.
T
to
Uh
m K. U. Bund»
a Ni» ItE
W ILMl
est, for sale at 85. Wools
a
Co., Bankers and Bi«»k<
«•et.
, No. 15 East Thiri
J. M. Baku, Athrneu-ut Law, Journal
Building, No. 510 Market Street, Wilmingto
It
is
is
At
up
Window Blindes only $2 21
J. R. Holt's. No
Look ! Look !
per pair, including fixt
G18 Market street.
Window sha le
Halt's, G18 Market »Heel
1 p.c
ire hinging» al J
It
oak
House« p ipere.l at »hurt u »lice by J . It Holt,
G18 Market 8t.
Wall paper cheap at John It. Holt's. «18 Mar
I
ket
lien
all
hold
on
their
ii
VISE.
nd Mi»
hu imh
«ugl.«
agi"
bid
l-cokmick
...ly '
in
has
l»u givu
tho
the
that,
sit
srial
given
clerk:
by
shall
u
.'wax
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returns
day
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Ice I» hereby glvea that appllen
""-logleo
i-"*»
quick,
VICTOR DoPONT,
Executor of Amelia E. PaPont, dec'
BUSINESS MATTERS.
8, Youth's. Boys' and Children's
Spring and Summer Clothing.
Our assortment is now full and complete ;
have every desirable style, Kind i
. can be suited from the st
nil the different styles of cut-adapt
ed to all tastes, including the
subdued, preferred by many, as well
the latest and most fashionable style.
keep at all
Men
ok- 20
Every
•ilium and
Our birg« stock enables us
times a full assortment, so that all et
fitted at once without delay.
Our purchases always being
purchased largely of late, since
i.
de lor cash,
Ki
liavi
the decline in woolen
share in the advantage
re have thus se
nfth.
lia
Our sales being for cash exclusively,
provide for, and
obliged to tax the paying customer
make up losses through those who do :
P
not
o hud debts
Our ready-made garments
other Stock ol ready-made goods lu I liila
well fitted
do to order
well made, and
any
b
dolphin ; any
by garments
from them
anywhere ; they
y respect
»:■
'.high
Being manufactured
hu
sands, they c
By the bin.'reds and th
sold cheaper than who
hut for the accommodation of those who
prefer we have also a
Custom Department to luako up t<> order, with
a choice selected stock of piece goods,
prisiug all styles and qualities, foreig
and domestic, which will he made up
de up singly;
8t.
Alfred
;ed
-
style equal t"
nl workmen ii
mitte
Special Notice. - Style, fit, and make of
garments surpassed by none, equalled by
fiUiin
«d lower than
d full satisfaction
the lo\
guurai:
st elsewhere,
Half Way Between I ^BliNNETT & Co.,
Fifth ami !- Tower Hall ,
Sixth Streets. J No. 518 Market
Philadelphia.
Aud No. GOO Broadway, Now York.
. Bonds of (he Wiltningl
I
î
Street,
Wdcvcn per , .
il Reading Railroad Co., for sale, interest
id April 1, free of State
. We recommend lliesc
payable October 1
and Uuited Stales
bonds
looting July Coupons,
can exchange at a profit of nearly 35 pur c
Tho denominations arc $100, $500 ami $1000
A limited amount is only offered for tlioprcsoul
at 85 and interest. For further particulars
John McLear & Son, Bnnkore, 507
Ih
Holders of 6-20 B
apply
Market street.
ur Money —Remember the Delaware
the office of William
Saving Bank is located
McCaullcy, Esq., No. GOG Markot Street, Wil
mington, Del., and is opened every day li
received from
ceivo deposits. All
dollar upwurds, and five per cent, in
tbo sumo from tho day of doposit.
Wm. McCaullkt, President.
508
P. Ruth, Seo'y.
Jo
EäSTFirst Mortgage Land Grant Bonds of
Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad Com
pany 7 p.>r oont. gold interost, free ot Uuited
States taxcp. We recommend these bonds as a
saf.- aud profitable investment, producing nearly
currency,
IU pt-r ceut. per
clinuge for 5 20 Bonds yielding
nl income.
of
increiiBe
& 4
Apply to
& Son, Hgentu for Jay Cooke &
& I
JotlU Mr. Le
Co., No. G07 Market
2-story brick Iiouhcb
fiST Fob Salk. —Fi
Chestnut Street above Franklin ; beautifully
r iu Ibe yard ; pavemeul
the city. Apply lo Griinsbaw
located ; byd
all 11
& Pluukelt, 2 and 4 West Third Ntrcel,
F. Fmuegan, Jr., Freight Agent, P- W. & B. It
It. Co., co
11
of Fourth and Pinu Streets
CLOTHING.
' STOCK OP
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING.
arc heap
NOW HEADY AT
MOORE'S, 228 MARKET STREET.
K?"First Mortgage Bonds of Kent and Qi
Anne Railroad Company; first mortgage bond
of Wilmington and Reading Ruilroad ; 39 sh
Farmers Bank dtock For »ulo by Grimshaw
Plunkett, 2 and 4 West Third Street.
fifcEf-Remember ail
doming Is made in
1"
_ i Ibis city by uxperiein
w»rUin. n, superintended by practical lailc
No slop-shop goods kept ut Moore's, No.
Market Street.
28
of
nud Rca-liug lUilumd First
Bonds (or sale at 85 uuJ
, free from all taxes. Govern
Bouds, Bank Slocks,
d Railroad Stocks taken iu cxchango at full
market rates, by John McLear & Son, Bauker»,
No. G07 Market street.
Æ4t"Wilmii)gt
Mortgage 7 p
inter
ad
to
jy At Edward Moore's, 228 Market street,
place to buy your Clotkiug. Ready-made
Clothing, latest style of cut, uiocly tnude and
trimmed, ami at prices that defy compétition
the
the
105 Delaware Railroad Stock, 5 »hi
Farmer
r & Bui
I
al Bank Stuck, 25 »har
tor sale by Juin; MuLei
Rank S|
Bankers, Ne. 007 Markot
- i.
"ily
liinkuy always un hand, l>y
wn
.e gall
iu buttles;
iulu
• Brandy equally line,
17 Market Slreot.
Il K
Bringlniisl's
• Bunch u
Urapc
-r coin nu
miard W
Bit
to I'M i
dyspeptic», mi
Uh purity and
©O-Tlic
aimer«.'», Be
oily, al M..
, Del.
igidy recommended by physic.
fu
t of ils tunic properties,
delicious flavor.
rgust aud heat line of Cloths, Cas
ver», &c., for order work, iu the
o'», 228 Market Street, Witmiug
plicity and durability,
wri'lial Frui
not bo excelled ft
bo had
J. A. ltobinsou & Co's., 2d aud Mi
kct.
Washer-don't fail
21
No
givo
» Ilia! privilege is grautid before pur
d Mar
ini,
Sl Co., 21
chasing, by J.
. Robins
ket Blrceln
It
mi.I
lAaT-l.aiour Oil,"
in UBe,always good
w crop, the b
id perfeotiy sweet,
il
""Igl'l o
It. Briughm »1,317 Market 8
Holt,
Mar
»"Valuable Fruit Fan
G re
.S: Pluukelt,
' I
Del., for »alu by Gi-imsli
Weht Tlor.l Streot.
liOY* G leal worth's Roach Paste, ju
at the right li
the apotho
ol II R.Bringhurst,817 Market Street.
d Bay It um by
at H. K. Uriughursl'», 317 Market
111
BJTCob.guu by the quart
tho gall
älrcet.
tyOougress Walor, direct from the Bpriuf,
_ - always be had by applyiug to H. R. Bring
liurst, 317 Market Street.
fpSr Have you seen that Curtain Rack,
st complete thing out,
Market.
th
J. A. Robi
& Co., Se
d
.—Lyon'H Insect Powder
eriHSKcxPo
seasuu. Buy of H. R. Brioghurst,
Market Street.
31
Washer. Who has failed ft
, at J. A. Robinson & Co's., 2d and Mar
n
ket.
ubbt-r Mate, for floor and table
bo bought luw at J. A. Robinson & C
2d oed Market 8lrcet.
Those Lead Pencils, of such
qualities, are sold by J. A. Robinson & Go.
and Market Streets.
jf^-Jold, Silver nud Gold Coupons
Woolstou & Go., Bunkers, No. 2 Bust Third
client
• by
: :
Camphor, just tho lime to us
E3£"d.
Buy it of h. R. Bringhurst, 317 Market Street
Store and every desoription of wiudow shades
J. Holt's G18 Market St.
der
Deafness, Blindness and Catarrh
urei»a, by J. I8AAOS, I
the utino
r of DISKAbKH

m
Hy)hj ot L
Kcl/sTREET, PH ILADBftF

Fe
8>U
I
T,
liai»
ir paliaal», i
-B
ERRORS
YOUTH.
d a
btllty.
keofa
reripi
*ty. mo
Wishing til
N
° jShn'b. ÜUDKN
Cedar »«root. Now ^
mylO-lyw
. G A Itll ISON I uarrnnti a
MATISM and AbTUUA.
Ûr C.Q.GARRISON.
No. 211 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET.
FHlLADELr
Dr. C.
MILLS.
Cai:
eblS-'-jei-ly
NDRETIF
DEN SEEDS al
Store, Fourth ,
W Alt RANTED
AlKIN'S, Uro.-erv, Flour »nd
L A ,
... I M i. I 1 ■ i
TEA, COFFEE AND
E*PIciw, tFourt
CITY DIRECTORY.
all
CITY OFP1CKUH.
Mayor —Jo.sliua
Chief of Police -
Treasurer —Ueo
I. Valent
lougherty.
rlH
20
.evl II. Springer.
.ns Hawkins.
Farm, William
'i'c Physicians—Dr. John V. Wales, Dr.
I
and
). W.
FIRE DHPAKTAIKNT.
linter -Henry W. Perkins.
since
chief i:,
i.
•C£
s ist at
Ki
ilp Btouin Fir
glue—Tenth
rlpley.
xtli, near
I
li
and King,
nglne—Shipley, a
Witch Stc
Fir
se
nfth.
r Market,
euui Fire Engine—Second, between
lia
:
P
not
banco Engine—
h and Orange.
PlIBUO UtilLDINUS.
awe, corner of Six
rad
weeulflfth
City Hall, Market î
CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN.
liila
fitted
order
and
any
»:■ '•
r, D. D., Blal.op.of'
Rev. Matthew
Rev. P. Reilly.
l. Be
'.high
f Six
i
and West
rv. Peter P. Mol
Sixth amt Pino.
hu
who
with
foreig
up
î Church.
singly;
Eighth and auipley ; Rt. Rev.
8t. Andre
Alfred Lou,
the IMocoae.
if Fifth aud
din
lug; Rev.
feshingtou ;
iicr of Third ar
Church,
»»y. (»*1
ij-dt-'n/ cor
;ed
r. Gardine
mlywlue Village ; Rev.
t"
Wii
ev. G'barUa
rventli and Eighth;
I' Till r
by
il'.
than
: or Fifth Slid
nth and West ; Rev. Alfrc
Co.,
lev. F. M. Ct
I
î
1, Re
, Shilling.
Street,
i.lyv
rkot street,
own, pastor.
First Pr
interest
State
lliesc
id
Pr
yettu C. M
King str
Church, corner of Eighth and Mon
- '
c
$1000
tlioprcsoul
particulars
507
lo i
I
by
.'Chapel,'
od wl
î Ce
Ih
od.
B
Mil
of Ada
Rev.
flu
nyde
irteeuth aud French
und
or of Fif
Delaware
William
Pii
Wil
li
. Folwell.
ipi
h ; Rev
t, he"
Fr
se, Orthodox, comer bf Ninth und
:.h
Bonds of
Com
Uuited
as a
nearly
da
: i
tall lllukley
letweeu Eighth
:eu Six tii aud
ii Twelfth aud
..u Chuu.li,
increiiBe
Apply to
Cooke &
reçu Fifth
l*..plH
Iiouhcb
beautifully
pavemeul
Griinsbaw
4'hi
er iMNlitutlouM.
& B. It
stated^
11
•itflft
S
Is Order nu
CLOTHING.
He
i
i.d Ttilr
Mi
•f Re
id«
Ship)
Tf
i 1 1
of the I
Qi
bond
39 sh
Grimshaw
y nigh
1"
'Mu
af the Order
Lila
mi:,
ii- ot Fifth
uxperiein
lailc
No.
ut Red Mt-u'u
'•ery Monday
a
28
iuil.l
nl
First
85 uuJ
Slocks,
at full
Bauker»,
ITKUAUV HOC1KTIKS.
hoJ ocbk
Mu
lliollc Phllop
Liter
II
street,
Ready-made
tnude and
OANKIRU INSTITUTIONS.
itional Hank of Delà
e, at IVilmington
*110,000.
'dll
5 »hi
Farmer
& Bui
Ft
III
Imjto
5f
id:
1 1 lia
nylon and Brandywine,
I, $300,000.
hand, l>y
Ha
iulu
Il K
'/ Wilmington
Mu
)*, M.-if
Bit
»AVISOS BANKS.
fu
«I —Office 8.
properties,
Cloths, Cas
T
Pennsylvanii
(.'outrai Railroad.
IMKit T IME,
EFFECT JU.xB filh, 1
Tho
i'IIIUTY-VI
MARKET
TICKETS (mi I«'
I'HKHTNUT :
id
> «01
TRAINS LEAVE DEI 1
VIZ :
I
AII, TRAIN.
an"i
IB EXPRESS.
.nCUOM.
IKEKHUKO TRAIN..
UINNATI EXPRESS
.■I 1 -zoo night.
i/sund«y night
W.'
v night
iy to
ssaft
.» üally.
nlphlB
run» daily, except
»procured and bag
ed by 6 P. M
eke
ARRIVE
I EXPRESS...
DEPOT,
CINCH
110 A. M.
PAKKhKRUÏtÜ
LANCA»'
I'll AIN**
2.80 P. M .
IE
DAY EXP
I'll ERN EXPRESS.
ARKISUUllU ACCOM
s'
t, Jr., Tic
Agent,
reel,
Agon*,
FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket
et Agent,
SAMUEL II. WALLACE,'
i»ilr
»ylv.ml
id
any ritk
«pt
uibilUy
rihîSÂTtï
ttu
a will
:
« by »pedal
WILLIAMS,
dr. Pa.
EDWARD
YY'.bblAJI U. WOODS, Agent,
STOVES, TIN «St SHEET IRON WARE.
Whi.-h he
No. 232 FRENCH STREET,
.MINUTON.
JOFINU WITH COPl-EU, TIN
I Kill Mi, 8POUTING, and evar;
id p romptly at I ando.
niARSIIALL'S
lRON.fi*
arlety of Job
». (raaatf
VER*
AlKIN'Jr, Fourth
GROUND
»AI.E — A WOOD FARM
CADER HUNDRED, ab
PKRj
F'
e », \% mile» ü
road. Bu
De
thoVas
tr
M.OGLE,
a»t Till, d 8t.,WllinlpgtoD, De
N.
RARE CIIANCR FOR SPROU
BALE—A
and 13th Sir
fi
LAT
.— F
Jig by
t?m7oolb.
'«»t Third Street.
ch.
No. 4
a
COliOIl CURED BI
W
DELEVAU'S CELEBRATED REMEDY.
PRICK
la.. Fhilada
DRDQQIbT
»nd
feblOly
dud ukautifuL
A plexlc
a» bleck »pot», pimple«,

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