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Frida v Morning, February 5, 18<0.
CURRENTLY STATED that the Me,
Nolen, just elected cilv surveyor by Coun
cils, lias not the smallest qualification Lu
the office, and is totally Ignorant of
rudiments of the knowledge necessary to a
demanding of the duties of the
was the generally alert
It
tho
correct
position. Wh
and watchful Leibrandt while such a selcc
being made?
tion
in
Phil
tliey will have their nc
The People
to win
I"
trouble
public buildings for city purposes erected.
One
of Councils voted that they should
Independence Square, and another set
declares they must go in Penn Square. The
Phiiadeiphiaus should send a committee
wise
be
of tbe city
here to ask
what tliey think it would be beet
der euch circumstances, and they might
possibly get
do
tlie answer, "build prisons
valuable public squares
think of doing, and thus settle ihe question
the people's wants
four
w itlont referen
Universal Suffrage.— The following
reRolution passed tbe nouse of Representa
Saturday—yeas 1&0, nays 42.
"Be it rttotted , Ar., (two-third* of both
Houses concurring,) That the following
tic- le he proposed
ae veral States ns
a tjtutiou of the United 8*.
ratifier/ by three-fourth! of said Legislatures,
part ot said Constitution,
tbe Legislatures of the
amendment
tbe cvn
, which, when
shall be held
namely:
"Article-. Section 1. The right of
any citizen of the United States to vote shall
not be denied or »bridged liy the United
States, or any State, by reason of
previous condition of slavery of any cili
class of citizens of the United States.
"Section 2. Tho Congress shall h
enforce, by appropriate legislation,
the provisions of this article."
ONE MILLION DOLLARN.
If the present City Council keeps
little longer it will
name tor
for itself a
klessuess tbat will vie with the
icipal legislation of New Yotk or the
subtle corruptions of the Pennsylvania
Legislature. Indifference to the interests
of the people and a wasteful expenditure of
the public funds appear to have possessed
city fathers of lute
gree. Indeed, they ore gelling so impatient
of all restraint upon their desires for money
tbat they
by the thousand
boldly tell the Legislature that they must
have v by the million. Bridges, in the in
-lot-rings, must be built, and
streets leading to nowhere in particular—
unless it may he into
operator's pocket—
and numberless other " publie improvements "
to require all this public treasure, we
told, in.order that Wilmington may
mardi on in Its progressive career.
Will the people submit to these fine plans
and schemes to raise tbeir taxes and squan
der their money?
A year or two ago,
Council—and their 6tory
nlnrraing dc
not content with clutching it
heretofore, but
shrewd bnsi
told liy the
backed up by
a long report from the Superintendent of
Water Works—tbat »We »own might sud
denly burn down some day for want of o
sufficient supply of water. The people
sufficient supply of water. The people
lleved the tale, became alarmed, and had
committees appointed at town meetings
called for the purpose of considering and
avoiding the threatened calamity, and every
measure of precaution was adopted that
seemed wise and proper at that time. M
hers of Council debated, harangued, and
continued to alarm the public mind with
prospective conflagration and ail that
of thing, until more water privilege she uld
be granted them, and more money provided
tbe expenses thereof. Tbe Legis
lature finally did grant the power and
money, upon the official request of the
Council; but in the act it also provided
penenced commissioners to expend the
money properly, when lo, all of a sudden
water became abundant, Councilmeu held
tbeir peace, and we heard
ble fires, dry hydrants and the parching
droughts with which our municipal rulers
terrified the people. None of those alarm,
ing lears add forebodings have been realized.
Tbe clause ol the legislative ennrtment that
deprived the City Council of the privilege
of fingering the two hundred thousand dol
lars asked for and granted, and which
placed its disbursement into the haud9 of
disinterested men, dispelled all municipal
misgivings and brought water in abundr.
magic power had called it forth;
and to this day we he
of water, notwithstanding some of the city
basins
of
"i
ity
he constantly leaking like
sieves.
it
much water
It
money the Council wanted. Money,
money, money, and having failed in getting
that, water
and the deetruct
by conflagration b
ed them of late.
It n
cool million
not of much consequence,
of the people's property
very much disturb
comes up In another shape. A
1 to he obtained lor general
because It is wunled at all juBt
convenient to hate it
about the municipal hover, and dispense it
free from Legislative interference or objec
tion. Nice little arrangement this, truly,
bat we hope tire General Assembly of Delà
it that Wilmington's in
terests and Wilmington's prosperity need
such thing as a million dollars in bank to
protect it. Dover is quite as nigb to Wil
mington as it used to be, and two years bave
days in them now than formerly.
Oar fathers were satisfied with the distance
aad time, when they needed money lor
public uses. So let the present Council be
also.
purposes,
, but it would be
W11 !
General John Bedei., the nominee of
th« New Hampshire Democracy for Gov
ernor, entered the military service
vale during tbe Mexican
the rank of Captain. At the breaking out
of tbe rebellion be was a clerk in the Trea
Department at Washington. He r.ff
bis services to the Governor of New
Hampshire, was appointed n Major ot the
8d Regiment of New Hampshire Volunteers,
and was successively promoted to Lieuteu
ant Colonel, Colonel, anil Brevet Brigadier.
captured by the rebels in tbe attack
npon Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863, and re
mained a prisoner until December, 1804.
Michael T. Donohue, the Democratic
didate for Railroad Commissioner, is a rail
road conductor between Concord and Bos
He served with distinction in Ihe late
Colonel of an Irish regiment recruited
in New Hampshire.
apri
S3
■l
on an Insurance Company.—
•Several ^rsons have been arrested in Ro
chester, '.charged with
a life tufurkucc company. One ot them,
.named Alien, had bis life insured tor $5,000
in July last; and shortly Afterward assigned
the policy to a man named .Oarlock, a law
yer. On Thanksgiving day, AÀleû wsa yp
been drowned while fishing,
made affidavits that' they saw him
_.a boat nud drown. Suspiciou he
ilig aroused, ail the patties havo U
icsied, including Allen, who confessed that
drowned, notwithstanding the
attempt to defruud
Med to h
la I
he
UMijBon/ of bi! friend».
DOVH.lt COHltBaPOBtDEBC*.
Dover, February 4, 1869.
Nothing very alarming La» transpired here
yet. The Railroad bill Bleeps
and I suppose will hardly be disturbed by
any unpleasant dreams. 8o mote it be.
Wilmington borers
told by your presses. Well, let them
if a million strong, they will
shake the purpose oi the Legislature to
luse wasting the public money in such
heard of amounts
To-day's train will probably bring down
«Ny.
coming
aBked for.
qulte a number oi visitors
among them many of Senator Bayard's
friends who
to have a supper in his bon
thia evening. Whether tha lobby
not remains to
will attempt to "ring in"
I"
I
The Education bill hangs fire, and
told you in the beginning, ihe bill ot the
Convention will not pass, hot another
popular and practical features
bracing
will receive the sanction of tho members and
become a law.
Duck Creek Hundred is,—after the fash
ion,—to be divorced, aud hereafter
dreds, separate and distinct, will usurp her
territory. The
Kenton. Some of the other hundreds in the
State might also be cut in twain
way. Why not?
Loan Associations
Hundred is to be called
the
falling into disfavor
all receive
with tbe members. The will
acts of incorporation. Ought not the divorce
applications sail m the
The end of the New Castle County Levy
yet. Let
the quid
Court bill is
nunc* of Wilmington lny tbe flattering
tion to tbeir souls that it sleeps. The :
ber of commissioners will be increased—
the
of
cili
mark tbat.
a little
The usurers hold off. They
, wailing perhaps for the
passive just
witching moment of success, but it will not
. They will have to find some
other grab bag for their most excellently
honest fingers. The Legislature will not
X.
furnish
lor them.
INKRAL NATTER«.
John Flinn advertises the stoie No. 106
Market Street, with dwelling attached
. They will he rented separately
gelber, and immediate possession given.
This stand U in one of the busiest port,
of our city, and lias always been considered
a desirable location lor business.
Notice ÎB given to contractors and build
a
the
the
of
Notice ÎB given to contractors and build
that proposals will be received until 7
P. M. of the 27th inst., for building a echool
bouse on the lot at the corner of Eighth and
Washington Streets. Plans and specifica
tions
829 Market Street, where inquiries will be
answered aud information given.
A lecture will be delivered in the Wil
mington Institute, on Thursday evening,
February 18lb, by Joseph L. Topbam, Esq ,
of Baltimore, on Life Insurance.
People with thin heads ot hair should
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewcr to
make the hair grow out thick.
Sheriff Richardson will sell at public sale,
Friday, February 12lb, at 10 A. M., at
the Amos Harris wharf in inis city, the boat
General Wool.
Dr. Boynton is advertised to deliver a lec
this evening at the Wilmington Insli
"The Earth and the Moon."
A cotemporary states that reports in reeacd
to the scarlet fever in this city havo been
greatly exaggerated.
The Board of Public Educatiou lias adopt
ed a resolution tbat all accounts for bills
shall be signed by
the Board, aud u
Board within six months from tbe time of
order.
Thomas M, Ogle, auctioneer, will sell at
public sale, for C. H. B. Cleaver,
aware House, iu New Castle, <
the office
Dr. Maul!,
members ol
be presented to the
the Del
Friday,
February 19lh, at 1 o'clock P. M., a valua
ble farm in Red Lion Hundred, containing
about 240 acres. He will also sell
public
Tuesday, February 12th, at 10
o'clock A. M., at the hotel of A. A. Laws,
in the village of Newport, a cottage
dencc, containing nine rooms, belonging I
C. B. Thompson.
August Snyder has sold his house and si
Union St.,
Geortre E. Weldin, for $8,650.
Duvld Irelan, of this city has purchased
the farm ol John Wiley, in Dover Hd.,
lainlug 500
ol hind
Fourth,
; 50
which
In peach
, with good improvements, for $21,500.
Joseph Teas has retired from business,
lit manufactory will here
by Thos. W. B
and the bolt and
he carried
Mahlou Blolsenburg.
Thos. Mabafly has sold his farm in Bran
owers und
dywine Hd., containing fifty
Canby, for $10,000.
Dr. Mark G. Lofland Las been elected
President ol the Millord Hook and Ladder
Company. About twenty members signed
the constitution.
The citizens of Smyrna
tbeir biennial
It is said by the Newtown Gazette that (he
whale
covered by a solitary oystermau, who sold ii
to a second party
quently changed bauds
latter purchaser will realize $8,000 from
the oil alone.
The Democratic Messenger is the
engaged iu
Ihe beach
first dis
$7, that It subBe
$000, and thut
e of
a new paper published at Snow IIill, W
cesler county, Md., by J. H. He W. C. Ilau
dny. As its name indicates it is "democrat
ic" in politics making the fourth paper of
that failli published in tbe county.
the Dover M. E. Church is
The revival
still attended with unusual interest. Fifty
sixty have professed conversion. A revival of
considerable iutor«st is also going on at Fel
church, Revs. Dr. Quigley and Wm. M.
Warner, Pastors.
B. J. Walmslcy sold to Jos. Biggs a
oi land iu Cecil co., containing one hundred
and forty-two acres, with the improvements.
Price, $18,300.
The Methodists ol Camden have purchas
ed u parsonage lor their minister, and
gan for the church, which lias been painted
d improved ano will be refurnished in the
Spring. Tbe most of this work was due to
the ladies.
Uu Friday night
clothing and lurnisbing
Main Bt., Dover, aud look about
dred dollars worth of clothing and two re
volvers.
The Junction & Breakwater Railroad will
charge 4j cents per quart lor shipping straw
berries to Philadelphia. The fruit growers
around Georgetown ure complaining terribly
at tbe high rale.
thisves broke in the
of II. Levy, o«i
onstrance against tbe proposed
change in the legal rate of interest in this
State has keen numerously signed in Mid
A
dlelown the p
A protracted meeting and revival
progress at the Methodist Church in Odessa.
Senator Pratt.—S enator-elect Pratt, of
Indiana, bhould not be confounded with
President Pratt, of Boston, the great Amerl
traveler. The Indiana Pratt is greater
than the great; he is longer than Long
John Wentworth, ol Illinois; he is stronger
than Lieut. Gov. Dunn, of Louisiana; he 1 b
six feet lour inches high, weighs upward of
three hundred pounds, and bis voice
of many waters, wherein lie 1 b ahead
aud Chandler,whose voices
voices ol many whiskeys and waters. It is
provide
amusement with instruction, by sending a
iany idle
"blggeBt
in the country," as Daniel saw the
show of lions, "all for nothing."—AT. Y.
World.
1 DI
of Y
the
th
that the West proposes
Senator who will infallibly draw
contrabands to the Senate
The Governor of Pennsylvania bas issued
a warrant lor tbe execution,
day of February, of 'William Brooks and
Charles Orme, sentenced to be hung at
Stroudsburg, Monroe county, for tbe
der of Theodore Brodhesd. He has also
signed the death warrant ol Gerald Eaton,
convicted of the murder of Timothy Hee
. He fixes Thursday, February 25, as
tbo day of e xecution._
The eugfOe attached to a freight train on
t he '.Central Ohio division of tbu Baltimore
aud Ohio railroad, exploded pear Barnes
Fiiie bud Saturday morning, lulling the en
gineer and fireman, and severely ihjuring
three U'oiA fiten.
tbe VMJlb
LOCAL MATTKHB.
Working Men'» Institute.—L large meet
ing ol working men and others convened in
the City Hall on Tuesday evening, for the
purpose ot establishing, if practicable,
Institute for the industrial classes that
ahonld be free to all who choose
themselves of its _
Pierson was called to the chair, and G. E.
Marchand appointed Secretary. After
merating the abscuce of many of tho pleas
and wants of the working men, such
reading room, places of amusoment.
&c., the Rev. Mr. Israel stated the principal
object of the meeting to be to make arrange
ment for a course o? free lectures to be de
livered this winter.
A committee
avail
Mr. Joseph D.
motion appointed to
nominate permanent officers for the associa
tion.
Mayor Valentine
to address
the meeting, and made a briet speech
pressing sympathy with the movement.
permanent organization
reported the following for permanent offl
•i he
mittee
I
l*resident— Hon. J. 8. Valentino.
Vice Pretidenl— Peter N. Brennan.
Secretary— W m. H. Connell.
Treaeurer —8. A. Hodgmap.
Eteciitive Committee —Ruv. F.
D. Pierson, Peyton G. West, John 8. Cross
ley, Allen Bmtth, Samuel R. Lawson, E.
Mahoney, Lea Pusey, John C. Christy.
The report was unanimously adopted.
The committee Huilier reported in favor of
Thurs
Israel, Jos.
having tbe first lecture delivered
day week, February 11th. Tho report
accepted.
The meeting adjourned
day evening, February 11th,at 7$ o'clock, in
the City Hall, on which occasion tho first
lecture will be delivered.
Ttuirs
Th* Levy Court. —The Levy Court of this
county met in New Castle on Tuesday last,
aud alter the admission of tho new members
aud the election of chairman, the following
geutlcm
Treasurer.- Jas. B. Clarkson, ol Middle
town
Collector*,. —Alexander Valentine, Bran
dywine Hundred; Edmund Provost, Eastern
District ot Wilmington; Isaac Darlington,
Western District; Thomas Bracken, Chris
; Thos. ,T. Little, Mill Creek; Jesee G.
Russell, White Clay Creek; Asbury Pen
ington, New Castle; Penton Bellville, Red
Lion; Geo. W. Ingram, St. GeorgcB; Joseph
Hutchinson, Appoqulnimink; Win. Coulyu,
Peucader.
Trustee* of Poor.—3
mington; Gilpin P. Stidham, Christiana;
Benjamin S. Booth, New Castle; John C.
Clark, Red Lion; John F. Williamson,
White Clay Creek.
Attorney. —W. C..Sprusnce.
elected officers:
the
not
not
Conner of Wil
106
Wilmington Institute.—The annual elec
tion for officers of the Wilmingtou Institute
held
Tuesday. Tho following gen
held
Tuesday. Tho following gen
elected :
tie w
rre»ident-Wm. II. Swift.
first Vice I'resident— Daniel W. Taylor.
Second Vice President— Samuel M. Har
rington.
Cor. Secretary —Wm. A. Reynolds.
Recording Secretary— Ignatius C. Grubb.
treasurer— Chavles W. Howland.
Directors— Wm. M. Cauby, Anthony Hig
gins, Mahlnu M. Child, John C. Cole, Wm.
Canby, Howard M. Jenkins, Beuj
Nields, Edward Tatnall, Jr., Wm. R. Bul
lock, Rêv. T. Gardiner Litteli.
Public «Safe».— Thomas M. Ogle, Auction
, will sell at public Bale at the auctiou
, No. 4 East Third street, to-morrow
allcrnoou at 8 o'clock, a lot ot land and a
store and dwelling in Market street between
Second and Third, a morocco lactory at the
corner ot Fourth and Monroe strcetB, and a
frame dwelling aud lot ot land
of Third aud Madison streets. He will
and place a three story
tbe
also sell
brick house at the corner of Seventh and
Madison streets, a three story brick house
No. 615 W
story trame
the
Second street, and a three
Union Avenue.
morning last, about
e out in a
HHre.—On Tuesday
10 o'clock, a fire brok
half story brick house. No. 682 Tatnall
street, above Eighth. The alarm
and the different companies
the grouud and in service. They succeeded
iu subduing the flames in time
a disastrous fire. The fire communicated
to two adjoining houses, and did considera
ble damage lo the upper stories and roofs.
They
suffered to
lil' li!
occupied by colored people, who
extent !u the loss ol furni
and clothing. The houses belong to
John B. Lewis.
Retail Trimming Store for Bale.— The re
tail trimming and variety store, with all ila
stock and fixtures, situated at the Northeast
corner of Eighth and Orange streets, ia of
fered at private sale, in consequence of the
continued ill health of its present owuer.
The location is an excellent one for doing
business, and baa been occupied as a trim
ming store successfully, for nearly twenty
years. Tbe stock is all fresh and desirable,
and will be sold on ad vautageous terms. The
purchaser will have the privilege of renting
for the coming year if deBired. For
fhrtber particulars apply on the premises.
iperance. —A public temperance meet
11 be held iu Institute Hall, on Sunday
allot noon, February 7, at 8$ o'clock. The
meeting to be addressed by Bev. B. F.
Woolston, ot Wilmington.
Gone Up.—One of tbe heaviest Dry Goods
Arms in Philadelphia,—one of the partners
of which formerly did business in Wil
mington—is reported to have gone up to
$400,000.
-
i ■ m
Jog
the tune ol
UKL1UIOYH.
Uniter salis t Church, Seventh Street,
Walnut. Rev. Mr. Bosscruian, formerly a
Lutheran clergyman, but
guished Universalst preacher, will preach
in this church
evening, at the usual hours.
a dlstin
Sunday morning and
Regulations for Lent tn the Diocese of TFif
mington.— Ash Wednesday, the first day of
Lent, fulls on the 10th ol February.
1. All the faithful who have completed
. unless legill
observe the Fast
their twenty-first your,
mutely dispensed, bound
of Lent.
2. They
excepting Sundays.
8. The meal allowed
be takeu till about
4. At that meal, if
should be granted for eating flesh, both flesh
bo used at the
make only one meal a day,
fast days is not to
any day peruiissiou
and fish
by way of seasoning.
6. A small refraibmenl commonly called
collation, is allowed in the evening;
general rule sb lo the quantity of food
milled at this time ia
the practice of the most regular Christian
never 10 let It exceed the fourth part of
ordinary meal.
6. The quality of food allowed at a colla
tion is, in this diocese, bread, butter, cheese,
all kinds of fruits, salads, vegetables and
fish. Milk and eggs
be made. But
prohibited.
7. General usage has made it lawful
drink in the morning
tea, coffee,
water.
8. Necessity and custom bave authorized
of hog's lard instead ot butler, iu
preparingg fish, vegetables, &c.
9. Tbe foilowiug persons
from the obligations of fasting : Young per
under twenty
sick; nursing-woiuen, tboBe who
to do hard labor, all wbo, through weak
ness, cannot last without great prejudice
tbeir health.
10. By dispensation, the
will be allowed
a day
warm liquid :
e with
thin chocolate
the
exempted
years of age, the
obliged
of flesh meat
at any timo on Sundays, and
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, with the exception of
Holy Thursday, and the second and last
Saturdays of Leut
11. Persons dispensed from the obligation
1, account of lender or advanced
hard labor, are not bound by the re
only
Is granted by diapeu
Bed from the Iasi lor
those who
ol tasting
striction ot using
which its
sation. Others dispen
other causes,
obliged lo last
only at <
Given
de Sales, 1869.
IF«]
permitted
meal.
Wilmington, Feast of Bu Francia
f Thomas, Bishop of Wilmington.
At Danbury, Connecticut, on Sunday
evening the dam which supplies that bor
ough with water gave way, destroying sev
eral others, and the flood of
^',vay bridges, bouses aud all before it. Im
mense cakes ol icc, wilb rocks uud trees,
Mere borne down by the flood. Five bodies
been lound, and it is supposed that j
IwklT.I or fiftaeu liyti wtre lost. 1
b*
LOCAL PUBLIC OPINION
Theatre.
The recent attempt to sustain a Th
city has signally failed, and, we
informed, that those who endeavored to
carry forth the enterprise have been loBers
to a considerable amount. We expected
just such a result:—there
city a sufficient number of admirers of the
drama to sustain such entertainments; and,
particularly, at this time when rtligioui
revivals
But
in
not in
prevalent in so many churches,
supposing this antagonistic power
not present to oporuto against the
theatre, the smallness of our population
would forbid the undertaking ol such a
work. It is a cumbersome and costly busl
, requiring tbe patronage ot a great
pie—a much greater number
population can furnish. We do
that we cau boast of the high
morality of our population, but still there is
a general belief that theatres are demoralis
ing in their tendency, and those who
influential, from their religious standing,
positively condemn such exhibitions and
sentiments as are giv
persons, and (hose who wish to make them
selves examples ot propriety to their chil
dren and others in the community, never
countenance theatrical entertainments, but
speak ol Buch sa injuriously frivolous, and,
in many instances, directly wicked. This
condition of our people should have been
known by those who endeavored to
the late concern: inch knowledge would
have prevented them from UBing so much
labor and money in the futile effort, which
has resulted In such Jobs.
We Bcnrcely can conjecture upon what
promises tbe theatrical enterprises could
been based, unless it
personally concerned were dece ved by the
vain boostings ol some ol our citizens and
public prints, that our etty was very popu
lous, very wealthy, and tlmt both the af
fluent employer and toiling artisans,
panting for something to relievo th
lassitude and a portion of their wealth and
earuings. The managers, doubtless,
this have learued that puffing is " the order
of the day," as well in Wilmington &b else
where, aud are enabled to understand tho
wise proverb, "that It is not all gold that
glitters."
There
nity, probably, who deeply regret that tho
a failure, believing that the
existence of such an institution would re
flect respectability upon our city, au d indi
cate that Wilmington is a very" large and
number of p
th
I
tl
C.
that those
persons in
ciimmu
theatre
is a large and
wealthy metropolis. There is u tendency
to attach great roputatiou to such distin
guishing markB; and heucu wo often lind
persons getting up certuiu movements and
organizations, and giving them such names
as appertain to necessary and useful bodies
in the largest cities; Uiub Wilmington wants
to boast of a Theatre, expressive of the
dramatic taste of our population; bouic of
townsmen and townswomen, or ladies,
panting for an Opera House where
they may drink in the Instructive, heav
heavtuly harmonies from t lie French
Italian vocallBls. We already have u Hoard
of Trade, and tho same leuding and interest
ed gentlemen who propel that muchiue, can
with equal «ate manage a Coru Exchange
and a Chamber of Commerce. New York
and Philadelphia boast of prodigous city
debts; they numerate by millions, aud there
fore it is wise and economical for Wilming
ton to imitate the great and grand, and ele
vate itself into good sociely. Philadelphia
a Continental House, and New York a
Metropolitan Hotel:—hence the necessity of
a Big Tavern in Wilmington, where visitors
may find repose from their distant travels,
and the "young bloods" of our town may
hold convivial parties aud get ns genteely
in any large city
all succe&slul
-arch bridge from
Delaware Avenue and West street to the
summit of Concord Pike: open a volcano
tho Eighth titreet Basin, which will
sited an eternal light upon
the brilliancy of
druuk at home as they
of tho land.
When these enterprizes
commence a
,equal
- . our present gas; and
then dig an artesian welt in Cherry Island
Marsh that will spout so high that unlimit
ed water power will be furnished to any
manufacturing establishment, be it engaged
either in casting weighty fly-wheels
grinding horBO-iadlsh.
Tho future iB glorious for Wilmington,
and she may expect, if the predictions of
Bpccial Irlende are to be believed,
rival Liverpool or Manchester.
Advance.
Card.
Mb. Editor-—P ermit
herewith,
through your pap
oder my heartfelt a
to the ladies and geotlemeu of the First
worshipping iu the
Union Cburcb, for the very flittetiog testifpo
niat of ttavir and for their handsome
gifts made lest night to
Presbyterian Society,
Yonr obliged friend,
Henry 8. Huntinotcn .
Fbbbuaby 2,1869.
Barbarism iu Berks County.
The Reading Dispatch of Tuesday
ing contains a long editorial account of the
cruel treatment of
County Poor House, which, if
the severest censure of those responsible for
it. Some twelve years ago,
goes, a boy ten yenrs of age,
Folgate,
inmate of the Berks
, desnrv
the story
meil Joseph
admitted into thut institution.
insane. He
of weak mind hut
takeu away by his step lather shortly
after his commitment, but
cd. He then set fire
suspected of
also, aud
at Philadelphia, hut
being a fit subject for that institution.
Now comes tbe shookiug revelation. The
boy, then about twelve years of age,
taken to a small room and fastened by a
heavy chain, and was thus kept churned up
until within a few days ago, a period of ten
years. A new steward recently took charge
ol llie Poor House, and the caso exciting his
attention he made some inquiries concern
ing it. There was a aort of tradition prova
lent that the poor creature waB thus confined
by order of the Court, but no record bearing
could be lound, or even mention
. The boy was taken he
ft habeas corpus
remanded to
inveBil
dered tobe kept
meantime. Folgate Is
years ol age, and when
gave ratiouul answ
lo him. He is unable to
count. The Dispatch gives
again return
a piR pen and
intention to fire the barn
the House of Refugo
returned
of the boy's
fore Judge Woodward
Monday morning, but
of the steward for lurll
galion. The ebaius were
off his limbs iu
before the
the questions put
read
this recital of the
"It appears lliRt he has been in this r<
chained last with a heavy chain fora period
ot ten years, without instruction, without
exercise, never outside of the
iu
except
two occasions wheu he managed to rid
himself of his mauacles, and get into the
immediately caught and again
chained. His mind instead of being devel
oped, has been stunted and dwarfed, and his
limbs crippled and distorted. He has learn
ed nothing except such
enabled him to do a little
employee of the Poor
ined, and asked why the boy
where he could Lave the free
ot his limbs, and why he
permitted to go out for exercise? His
that there was
the Poor House, and no person
with tbe boy, and so this poor child, as a
punishment lor his peculiar streak of iu
sanity, was chained down like a wild beast,
passed ten long years, during which
he grew into the mauhood of years, but not
yard, but
of a needle which
A form
patching.
kept
in a
not sometimes
in
of
re
of mind
This is certainly a sad story. If there
any missionaries looking out for a new field
of labor, they may find it iu Berks county.
Glendale
the Memphis and Charleston railroad last
Saturday morning. As the express train
a trestle it gave way, pre
engine, express, and baggage
creek, killing John Thomas,
engineer. The fireman, express messenger,
severely injured.
Fortunately the coupling broke, otherwise
the whole would bave gone through, causing
lernbie loss of life.
An accident occurred
passing
cipitating
into the
and baggage master
horses are gathered aud buried
iu the national cemetery in East Tennessee
j by the government agent employed to gather
1 aud bury lb« bvdi«i •{ dead soldi«».
It is complained tbat tbe remains of dead
soldiers
The Vigilance Committee in New York
WORK—WHAT IB
WORKING M KM HERB—THKIR
OPERATIONS.
PROGRESS
The secret organizations that have already
been spoken of as existing in New York,
says the Sun, have at last appointed work
ing Committees in a number of the wards.
The leaders laced tho lire In California. In
fluential lawyers, merchants, and property
holders
and help it with both advice and money.
The following are said to be the plans tor
tho working members : Trustworthy
bers of the Committee ure detailed to visit
tbe Police Court, Courts of Sessions, and
other Courts, to watch the proceedings II
any well-known criminal is brought up
charge of outrage on the lives or property ol
citizens, one of the members is to lake p
ticular note of the criminal's person and ap
pearance, the name he goes by, and the
suit of tho case if he can ascertain it. If
committed, the case is to be watched through
its various gradations, until the offender gets
the just reward for his offence; and should
hang fire in any way, to find out
the çftose of its so hanging fire, the persons
to blame, and to have, it such be the cbbo,
the official brought up for malfeasance of of
fice. If the prisoner—lor the person so de
tailed is to watch only one prisoner— Bhould
be committed without ball, and should he
found at large
this method 9liould ;
f irovidc ether measures
aliment
•I
□ectcd with tho movement,
•arrest: and if
of little avail, to
secure tho pun
of the offender.
The members of the organization in tbe
various wards
to detail persons who
acquainted with the notoiiouB diameters in
the wards,
when they
watch their headquarters, and
out of their haunts, to
low them at such a distance that they
watch their actions aud yot not be
Another portion ot this
i"i
body is to
watch the polico themselves, and when they
lind the officers negligent in their duties, or
indifferent in the protection of the lives and
properties ot citizens, to see that charges are
preferred against them before tho proper au
thorities.
Tho compounding of felonies by the polico
Judicial authorities ffor tho purposoof re
storing stolen propei t y to the losers), and
allowing the prisoners to escape, is not to ho
countenanced in any way; and all tho
chants connected with the organization, if
they should loso property by burglars, agree
to prosecute tho offenders to the utmost
of the law', aud their losses
made good from tho funds of the association.
he
pounding of any such felony to bo at
brought before some high authority of law to
answer m their own persons for offending
against $jc law of the Stale. Officers who
BUddenly get rich, without any fair and ap
parent reason, are to tic consider proper sub
jects of suspicion, aud their official actions
to bo closely watched, in order ta ascertain
whether or not they tire iu league with tho
thieves in order to enrich themselves.
When these measure* fall, the Committed
ligature uud the
Will 1
lamp post.
tin
The Mormon Saltan.
briqham youno viewed Tnnouon boston
ORATOR nK EXCELS
SPECTACLES—
REMIT WARD BKKCHI.K.
[Utih Coi
cle the flrBt Sunday after
deliver his
apparently 40 yenrs of uge, (lie is really 70)
of light complexion and light hair, and
pleasing address, with n strong voice, well
modulated and clear. Ilis style of oratory
.3 more of a conversational style, hut it
characterized by gentle diguity. 1 was
disappointed, for tho description 1 had read
of tho man always represented him as a
coarse, illiterate swaggerer in tho pulpit. I
also astonished to heur the successes of
the prophet—a man of equal talent
orator to Beecher, but with an easier style,
and a more graceful flow ol lauguage; but
in almost every sentence reminding
strongly of tbe Plymouth Church diviue;
while In magnotism that attracts, enchains,
and holds you iu spite of prejudice, I
Brigham Young the orator thaï
all that I
GeBtil*?,''
Brigh
at the Taberna
arrival. Wh
Beemi
in
surpassed
listened to. "No trade with
the burden of his sermon,
the grouud of self defeuce. "For," said he,
"if we encourage these outsiders, thero may
a time when they will outnumber us,
pack up and leave." He
staled to this congregation of thous
ands, that if they did trado with outsiders,
they must expect to be cut off from the
cburcb.
The tahernnelo is an immense building,
and it will probably seat 0,000 persons. It
is supplied with a fine organ and a choir
that would do credit to a metropolitan
Hl"l l II' II
that would do credit to a metropolitan
church. The ladies occupy the ceutre
oi seats, while the gentlemen are in tho side
of slips. Tho dignitaries and officials
occupy a semicircular sort of low gallery nt
the end opposite the orchestra, in the centre
of which is the pulpit. The communion be
gins «ach Sunday afternoou, after the open*
ing prayer and hymn. It is remarkably
Bimple. Just in front of the pulpit ia a plat
form aud a long table, perhaps twenty feet,
which are silver baskets containing bread.
A prayer of consecration is made over the
bread, and then perhaps a score of persons
each take a basket of bread, and it is passed
tho assembly. Meantime the bouse is
enlivened by one of tho elders, who preuches
while tho bread is being passed. This done,
the preacher stop9, a prayer is made
the water (for its consecration—no wine
strong drinks being allowod among tho Mor
mons). While the water is being carried
around, tho sermon is taken up and finished.
With tho exception of UHing water
munlon, the form of worship is almost iden
tical with that of New England Congres
gntionalists. Of course, all this
strange to me. Tho day, the services, the
spceclie» and the people, were all subjects of
a holier iuterest than I hare found in any
quarter of the globe.
Young LonsTEna.—The young lobster,
born, makes away from its par
ti the surface of tho water, aud
existence iu a
liasses the earliest days of
vagabond state, from a period of from thirty
to forty days. During this time it under
goes four different cliaugus of shell, but
the fourth it loses its natatory organs, aud
lougcr able to swim
is therefore
surface of the water, but falls
D,,
the bottom,
where it has to remain for the future;
of size, it
approach the shore, which
cording, however,
guius courage
it had left at its birth. Thu number of
mies which assail the young embryos iu the
deep se& is onormous; lhou.iutids of all kiudB
of fish, luolluses and crustncca arc pursuing
it continually to devour it. The very
changing of the shells causes great ruvages
nt these periods, as the young lobsters have
undergo a crisis which npp
be a
uecessary condition to their rapid growth.
In fact, every young lobsier loses aud re
makes its crusty shell fro
times tbe first year, live to
three to four the third, and from two
three the fourth year. 1I<>
fifth year, the chauge is only unuuai, lor the
the changes
eight to
er, alter the
reason tbat,
quent, the shell would
to protect tho
the leuule during the
lion. The lobster iucreases rapidly iu size
until the second year, and goes
giadually until the titib, when it
this period
gradual.— La nd and
fre
inai long enough
the shell of
onths of lucuba
adhering
iniruas
begins to reproduce, aud
the growth is still
Water.
Shookiko Traokoy.— O u Saturday evening a
■hooking tragedy occurred on the Dayton and
Michigan railroad. When the traiu was about
half way between Fontiao sud Sidney, and fo
miles this side of the latter place, a man wbn
silting quietly in his seat suddenly drew
forth a revolver, and placing tbe muzile
mouth, disobaigcd it. Tbe kail passed upward
through the front of tbe skull and produced
death in a short time. Tbe sudden report of
the revolver produced
e greatest c
tion and surprise in tbe
The uofortunu
icide was properly Iskeu
taken from the care, and died in
the train
wbo knew Lim, and nothing about his person
afforded any clae to his name It is thought
Dayton, at bait be had a ticket
• Toledo. On hie person, beside
doiiar bill amt a tlaak
other liquor.
an I
1 care of at once,
afford him help.
every effort
8idney he
a lew minutes. There
ided I
from Dayton
tbs tieket, wers %
about half filled with wbisky
bt
Tbe Cotonrr of St Louis, Mo., report-) ihirty
murders, niue homicides,
oommitted iu that city last year,
o«9Mi9t>«d by ««al ell »plosions.
thirty tuicidu*
tin- deaths
.—An Eastern
interesting account
oa Stauffer, of
CITY NOTICE B.
I N * HI M
raedioal period!
pires
a of Mrs.
of the complete
Manor, Lancaster Cjuuiy, Pa ., of herrditary
Consumption. Her parents and several broth- |
era and sifters died of thin terrible disease.
Mrs. Stauffer
herself reduced to a iners
skeleton ; the putae at 140; her breathing pain
fully difficult ; expectorations very
rso than chrnnio, and her condition
of the old and
•I ■ i r I I .i- l
skillful physioians she was pronounced incur»
ble.
, Dr. B. U.
lunty, Pa.,
this stupe of the diet
Hartman, of Millersville, Lanças
a physician of fourteen years standing, pres
cribed Misbler's Herb 1 liters. Tbe patient
perlenoed a pleasing invigorating seosa
roughout her syetom, and enoouroged by
ber frieuds to continue under Dr. Hariraau's
, she did so, gradually improving under
sed dotes acoording to her strength, until
iroly recovered. Mrs. Stauffer is still
living, in the full enjoyment of perfeot health.
C. B. Herr, Etq , President of the Lança«
oouuty, Pa., National Bank, substantiates tbe
particulars of this
wonderlul
having repaired ihe
Lawis C. Fphinsi:
damage done
Sireet, in f
pr*pared, w
No. 238 Market
hin
recent tire, I
ths edy. t»y
accommodate his
recent and fashionable
in a superior mauncr, and adapted
and Winter reason. There will be
portunity than the approaching holidays will
offer for tbo purchase of a fa
, either
of
heretofore. Him new
ies, made
Fall
fitter op
lit or for wear, by any
n pr
gentleman purchasing. A few slightly damaged
very reduced pi ices,
the injured stock. The damage
of these articles is so very slight
eptible, while
s and cups arc offered
rcduolton
ciderable. A call by uld
from u
v«ry
* •
friends
quested
tion.
Our new stock is worthy of e
1I..-1
Coal —We have sga
of Coal one dollar per to
now selling the very best
Locust Mountain Stovo Coal
Egg and Broken,
Large Nut, - - -
QacAT Reduction
reduced
i 1
We
$9 00 per ton.
8 76 "
8.00 '•
7.00 •*
9 60 ••
Lohigh Stove,
Egg and Broken,
I©" 2210 p
Tbeso urn
9.26 "
Is to the
prices delivered In tbe cl v.
using NutConl far steam purposes *mi >t
to call
Per*
Jo woll
address the uu
have a largo stock of NutConl
Wh. H. Allmosd & Bso.,
Eighth aud Market Etretts.
Yard—Brandy win« Village.
rsigui*,
spoio
of.
Important Lbttbb —The following letter has
i our band«, and wo publish it for tha
on of those who doubt tbo purity of
Wi
Speer's Wi
This is to certify that Mr. Alfred Speer t9 a
resideut of this village, and to my personal
knowledge, has devot« d a Dumber of
miinufaoiure o' pure aud valuaMa
He has a large vineyard in view of my re«i
donce, and bas been for some time engagrd in
cultivating tbe Port Gmpe. Tbe Port drape
Wine cannot be excelled by auy American wine.
It is bottled by Mr. Speer every bcasoo Id large
quantities, but not disposed of until it
the nge of four years. D U. Sickles,
Central National liauk, New York.
Passiao, Oct. 20th, 1865.
Home of our druggists have this wiue di
from the vineyard.
Dslioiousi.y Medicinal.—T his is Ihe umv
verdict prou lunoed upon Plaotati
vo tried them. Tbe well kno
by all who
health-promoting ingredients from wh<
they
are made, aud iheir iovatuable merits av a rems
dy for indigesfiou and a 1 itr consequent ail
ments, and Ihn preventive qualities against dis
eases ari-lng frnn climatic changes,
Influences aud imperfi
known and ho honorably eudorsed,
will forego the advantages of their use.
Maonolia Water.—.S uperior to tbe best im
ported Uerinno Cologne, and sold at half
' sj widely
Pome hoy's Democrat. —This new paper has a
wondeilul oireulation. In nearly every town
in tho country the democrats and workingmeu
are getting up clubs for it. It is the boldi-Ht,
sharpest papers published, and walks iuto Con
gress and tbe Bondholders regardless of rgaulie.
The paper Iiah over fifty thousand subscriber«
ute of New York alone. Send for sam
ple copies, which are sent free, and see it for
yourselves. Address M. M. Pomeroy, prinliug
house square, New York City.
8i<san I) Antrom says she won't priut any •
oolurn
appreciate the length of fornale
, merchant tailor, 609
6th and 6:b, do
ber of bis customers, but
vor him with tbeir presence, and
point of
.hing iu her paper that fills over
She begins
'a/k. J. II. Muhlbiu
Marke
limit tbe
upon nil
rarely fails
style, out or finish.
Mr Bcukkiz:— l have used tho Hitters I
turned troui you, and find them to be all I
cd to bo. 1 found oue bottle lo
lornble relief. I feel ns though
do very well without them undtr iny
D. Mesiob,
No. 144 South Sixth St., Philadelphia,
1'ontor It ipti-t l'aH'yuuk Church
BT« ead Scheetz's standing udveitiscmeut iu
ploasa them tilth
ey
afford
I c
ute of health.
I r ' '
Thh Largest. F
do Fall and Winter Clothing iu this
ho found
do«r below Third. AH
o Dkbt Stock of
MooreV, No. 228 Market
idea si Id
city,
at this establishment are warranted
represent
ul) made by WPmingl n workmen
iher the numb
ed, aud
'. 28. The only fit
f lot Ii ir g E»tabliebmcut ia
auaranteed r.nd
Heady-M
cUs
Wilmington, wh
Philadelphia prises.
Pire Tab 8 oap wit
sold at leas
Pkbsian He
positively cuio pimples ou the face, und all en 7
iu. Price only 25 cents. Th imi
1 i 1
■ I
iu. Price only 25 cents. Th imi
& Co , sole agents for tbe 8'ate.
Everybody ought
i'bompjoa A Co., sole agents.
Tallo
■ I
the Prepared Qyp.
..white wash. Fold by
, Linseed. Machine
ry, Tanners anJ other Oils, sold by Thompson
& Co , General Oil Deuters, Second and Mnrket
Streets.
A superior artiole of Buroiag
guaranteed
C-.nl Oil,
. Sold by Tbouip.
I lull
A superior artiolo of Tallow Grease for ear
riage.», wagons, oirts, &o., sold by Tbon-ts .. L
Co.. Second auf Market.
GrrsuM in sold in auy quantity by
& Co., sole agents, Beojnd and .Mar
Pa
Tbonip
ket Streets.
Dealers will find
tbeir ndvantago
& Co.. Oil Dealers.
buy
from Thumps
In my youth I bad a friend w
What a Mo
bad a monkey,
be valued at a high price We always
look him out ou our chestnut parlies. He shook
chestnuts for us, and, when he oould
not shake them off', be would go to the very end
nd knock them off with bis fist.
all
of the limb n
j pod at a tavern and gave Jack
One day
of whiskey. Jiek took the
, tho effects of which
full operation—skipping,
hopping and drnoii.g most entertainingly. Jack
out half a gl
glass and dr-tnk it
11 brought him
druuk. We
I called ia
usual, 00 bis box. L
reed
Jaok would drink again,
orning at my friend's bouse,
after Jack. But instead of being, as
. We
looked inside, and there ha wa<, crouched up in
Jack* oamc
here," said his master.
Ihreo legs, applying his fore
d. Jaok had tbe headsohe. lie
sick and couldn't go. So we put it off three
days. We then met at:ain at the tavern, aud
provided a glass for Jiok. Bat where was he?
Skulking behind chairs. "Come here, Jack,"
said his master, holding the glass out to him.
Jsok retreated, and, as Ihe dour opened, he
slipped out, and in a moment was 00 tbe top of
nt and called him
obey. My
him which
paw
house. Bis mast
friend got a eowskiu aud sLook it
Iho monkey disregarded, and continued on the
ridge-pole, still obstinately disobedient. Bis
got a gun and poiuted it at him, but
successfully. Jack slipped
tbe buildiug. lie then got
back of
guns, and bad
side of the house, when
bad case, jumped upon
chimney and got down in one of ihe flues, and
by his fore paws. My friend kept that
monkey twelve years afterwards, but oould n:
poiuU.I
whiskey.
Gen. Grant is 47, and «Mr. Colfax 46; Andrew
Johnson is 61; Mr Seward, 68: Gen. 8oh< fid J,
but 88; Mr. Wellese, 66; Mr. McCullough, 68;
Mr. Uauddl and Browning, 69; Mr. Wade, the
Preside nt of tbe Senate, 69, Senator Sumner, 68;
nator Trumbull. 66. The member« of ibe
are nearly all youug
B Ws'liburno are
respectively 59 und
of K«prebenla
I
mvu. James Brooks and E.
among tbe oldest, aud
68 yean of age,
The income of Queen Viotorin is fixed by law
at $1 926 000 per annum, but tbo amount In not
under ber personal control. The
e( | divided Into six items, the firat of
$300,000 la the money palJ to the Quo n in
seoond is $050 300,
household, ,
s:
monthly instalments lie
f r
payment of tho salaries of
the lord of the bedchamber
Item third, $862 500 is for the exp
household. The remaining
$106 200, are for tbe payment
der the control of the Premier.
of the
civil pen-1
Tho largest kitchen in tho world is In South
America, on the river Uruguay, and is fir tho
it Liebig's extract nr meat. The
n area of 20,000 square feet.
.
at-cutters, which
lu
ball there are four
dispose of 200 bullocks e
I -' 1
s, in which tbe me
They hold altogether -
boiled by »te
pounds of beef. About eighty o
iy slaughtered for this immense
twelve diges
144 000
UllfjO
MAKU1KD.
DAVIS—BLIZZARD.—On Monday, Feb.
1 at the residence of the bride's parent!,
by Rev. O. W. Folwell, Mr. F. R. S.
Davis, of Philadelphia, and Miss Martha
M. Blizzard, of this city.
SHAFFER—AMOS. - On
23d ult., at
the M. E. Parsonage, Chester, by Rev.
Sarah
H. E. Gilroy, Jacob Shaffer
Amos, both of this city.
HARRIS.—In this city,
Florence P. Harkis, in the 4th year of
her age.
BODDY.—On Tuesday morning, John
L ouis Buddy, aged 19 years.
ihe lst.inst.,
-!•»
I« '
July;
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ntl) i
UKCOItD.
MARKET.
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by SM
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Sjs
JOSEPH SEAL,
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tat* A*.
Dpi
STORM ROOM. «1
.poraLIf,
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occupied a*
liquor ..c
youra- Apply t*
Or to JOnN RUSSELL.
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BUlLDKIiM AM)
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BUILDING a PUBLIC
EMBKUAKY,
MARKET
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A. II. QUIRKY,
D. W.MAULL.
Fasruaat 1,18.0.—6U7
]htfi(ic Sales.
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PUBLIC SALE
SKAT AT
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f T. M. Ogle
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