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C. P. Johnson, Editor and Pboi'rixtob. Tint Daily (Lisette is published #vcry af ternoon, (Sunday excepted) at 410 Market ot . and su voit by carriers to subscribers parts ot the city and surrounding low villages, lor rix cents a week, payable weekly. Yearly subscribers. 13 iu advance. THE ONLY DKUCCUiTIC DAILY IN T IIK.STATE, The* Delaware (J.zktte, # establish cd 1784, is tho largest and most nourishing weekly in Ibe State, and bas a larger circulation than any other on the Peninsula. Published every Friday morning, at $2 a year, in advance. WII NINUTOY, nEL.,Nr|ir. 15.1474. ull I Democratic dominations, State Ticket/ FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN P, COCHRAN. « F NEW CASTLE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE IN CON G RTSS, JAMES WILLIAMS, OF KK1 County Ticket. For Sheriff— WM. H. LAMESON For Coroner—RICH ARP OROVES. BTATK BF.N.VTORS. White Clay Creek I 111.. Appoquiniuiink, James II. Ray Henry Davis. REPRESENTATIVES. Brandywino lid., Thomas G. Bird. Isaac C. Pyi.e. Thus. L. J. Baldwin. Thus. Hoi. Thus. Bird. Henry A. Now land. William P. Biouh. Wilmington, Mill Creek, New Castle, Rod Lion, St. Georges, Pencader, H. Y COURT COMMISSIONERS. of Mill Creek Hd. White Clay Creek. Red Lion. St. Georges. Geo. D. Medill, Wm. L. Wier, Wm. R. Bright, Wm. Poi.k, James C. Wilson and Samuel Roberts, Appoquiniuiink Hd. The Count if Convention. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. Gentlemen :—Undor tho rules of the Démocratie party', und by established usage, it becomes my duty to request you to attend a Convention to be held at New Castle on SATURDAY, the StJth of SEPTEMBER, 1871, at 11 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of supplying a vacancy in tho county ticket occasioned by the »leclination of Thomas G. Bird, Esq., as Representative to the Legislature from Brandywine Hundred. J. POULSON CHANDLER, Chairman. Sept. 14, 1874. A Democratic. Mass Meeting will be held at Middletown on OCTOBER 1st, at twelve o'clock, M. The meeting will be addressed by several eloquent speakers whoso names will be mentioned By order of the Executive WM. HERBERT, hereafter. Committee. New Castle, Sept. 12,1874. Chairman. A Democratic Mass Meeting will be held in Wilmington on the even ing of the 27th of OCTOBER. By order of the Executive Committee. WM. HERBERT, Chairuia Titton amt the Connncrciaf. The Commercial of yesterday says: "There was a time when Mr. Tilton s «•spressed views on political subjects were the same as those of Mr. Beecher and the Republican party generally. With them of course, tho Commercial coincided. But when he developed the extr ly of his character, politically, and morally, and declared for instance, that he hoped to see the day who ored woman would be President, w ed company with him promptly,a*» so declared whenever the subject under discussion." ■ foi ■hilly. part l hav This is the first tii ie that c have seen in the Cot frein l any declaration that it had parted company Tilton. We remember that lie \\; itli Mr. »nee the champion of our neighbor, wli boastfully proclaimed that h •y vor of negro suffrage, and aha «»f woman suffrage. When did the CVm A ixl x i.i Tilt« il ever declare t hat it was opposed t« to woman suffrageever! It is to-day suffrage, but it hides away its head in shame who suffrage oi the advocate of worn; it finds its great leader s<* debased and tl r.iibject of just ridicule. Now let us how the positioi of the ie trial diffi Co •s froi that «»f Tilton. Ile favors ncgr< Commercial. frage and does n«)t discri women, nor does the ffrage an Tilton favors d so does the uf vornan does theCoi il. Tilton vhite ial. Tilton r neighbor, ould not be so un vote land linate in favor of favors equality and so does Tilton declai'es he just as to ask the negro women t him and deny their right to <h fo his vote in return, i e., he would be con ►datent, and if he h» vote of either sei either. Now, rea consistent, the C* Tilton and his ed the icgro.'. associato Chester county with nearly ufi the fiendish demonstrations that hupp, within the geographical limits of the United States, and even beyond them. The littest exhibit of this fact is assoeia ted with the recent terrible crime perpe trated in Nebraska by a demon named Packer, who having murdered his six der, which is the most nridl and its party, party The position of the Ga/.kttk is so well known to he antagonistic to the views of Tilton, Beecher, Woodhull and others of that strip. 1 that it. is not Orth while for to reply to the imputations of the mercial. But if that Cc contin ua pc I ues to favor negr« cannot seo how it could ii suffrage, w roma strict justice refuse to vote for a negresa portunity offered. As for Moulton and Tilton, they are all hers of the Old John Brown and Sharpe's rifle clique, whom every Democrat cl; ed as criminals deserving sev ment, and wo wore the op Beech er and mem LS8 * punish } rather pleased to find that they are getting it now shape ; but not i expected. Now, like the «lev ils road «.f, their own tormentors. come such a mode as was they Noted Chester Count //. Since the horribl took place over a y. _ woods, there appears to be butchery Inch Baer's wjauieas) feaiti upon theW «ßlUM-M snw\ cartoaes» In the koportg.of Inis atbful deed as given in the Philadelphia City gle Itm of Sunday, we find the following concerning the previous whereabouts of * «« n u . niäll i 0 i : i ii ♦ , * Packer has long l>orne ^ kadropit. - J, imnÄ "'BevomTXotinrÄ anu iu a thief and desperado. When he first came to Nebraska he stated that he had como from Pennsylvania, and that his family lived near West Chester. Af- the ter wards he said they lived at Norris town, and afterwards stated that lie laid no family except an old mother, whom iu had not seen m ten years. ^ are We take the above from tlic West Chester Local News. It might be well to remind our neighbor that not many to years siliee Cheater county was noted as a place where there lived a great turn . 1 . , . , her of people who called for an anti-sla- aml very Bible and an anti-slavery Ood. Ihc fruits of finding no such Bilde may pos sibly be traced to the subsequent wick edness the Nete. remarks mK>n. It is a , .» . . , , dreadful thing to reflect that society has tho al restraint. And we can hardly the imagine a worse thing to happen than the , » . - „ . the abandonment of the sacred scrip- the turcs— tho loosing of all fetters from () f crime—in such a time or place where is the security? What is the outli of an f . , otneer worth who refuses to swear unless lie is presented with an anti-slavery Hilde; knowing when he does so, aa all . , , " , . y inte 'gent men do know, that there ex- t , ists no sacred book to which such a tenu would apply. If we believe at all the records of the Hebrews, they were di- f;' , . . . . , „ rected by inspiration to make tlaves of t the heathen. So liait it were an impos sibility to have an anti-slavery Iîiblc if ..... or Ami it i'. an insult to Deity j of to ii no ,-»• would. fo ask it. The llcvoiation in Louisiana. From present appearances there has been at least an attempt at a revolution in Louisiana. To what extent it may go none can say at present; But it is one of the results of having a man at the head of the government that has neither the ability nor the disposition to secure a peaceful, fa'- and honorable government to those over whom he triumphed in ar ns. But who he knows despises his littleness. It is said that. Federal aid has been asked for by KePogg. John P. Cochran, Esq., Democratic candidate for Governor, is stopping at the Delaware House and will probably remain er to-inor.'ow. The Louisiana Tvoubtes. MASS MEETING IN NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, Sept. It.—In response to the «•o'l for a mass meeting in Canal street this morning to protest against the seizure of arms of privat«* citizens, men began to assemble about 10 o'clock, and by 11 the great thoroughfare was several squares. Main y stores aire closed, and there seems to be a gen eral suspension of business. At this hour (12 M.) an address is being delivev the bas«? «»f the Clay statue. No disturbance ot' any kind bits occurred, ompunies of United States troops »1 here this morning, and Marshall rd reports a regiment on route f Holly Springs, Miss., for this city. The mass meeting in Canal strert. has •adopted resoluti and Hik'd f ( Pad s »questing th»* im »cPate abdication of Governor KcUogg, a committee consisting of R H. irr, «ha man; Jules T'uyei, Fa Chopin, Samuel Bell and J. M. S were appointed to wait on the gov» 'ding in awaiting the \ M; I and the of the committee. 'I he comm : tte of live appointed b\ th.* »eting ca'led ut the isecutive office about, noon. The g<»v •rnor ii»»t being present, Brigadier Gene ral Dibble, of the Governor's staff, re l the delegation. put Ci \ street mass Mr. Murr, spokes ui; commit tee t»» interview the governor General Dibble said he would convey tlu intelligence t.» the governor. A Her ; brief absenco he returned and nuule a , said they had called •y 'the request of Mr. M red tu hav. »11 •riling. s follows icatod with the gov to say to you ive any c the committee appoint uhs meeting assembled He does s«*, I am instruct •cause he has definite and »filiation that there are now •m«*<l Parts <»f the city, who • which convened the »inniii that he must decline to r lmmieaticn fro ed l»y tl ( 'anal st ed to say, I accurate inf assembled several large bodies of men in different it oi I it are met at the cal mass unvoting which you re regards this as a meuacu an« no communicatio stances. He furthermore d : rccta me to say that should the people assemble peaceably without me «ent. He S 11 receive under such circum uf so, he would deem it »»ne «d his lughest duties to ceiveany communication from them, entertain any petition addressed to the governor. I have received and answered you, gentlemen, as a mein her of his staff. Henry ('. Dibble, Brigadier and Judge Advocate General. Louisiana State Militia." To which Mr. Marr n ■ »r ally replied as "We repeat that there are no armed men follow armed on Cxixil street, so fur ns we know.— IVr i'!«nr on it inissiou of pearce, ami Itelieve liait if Hie governor Inul neee iled to the proposition we brought to .lay, wliieli was to uhdieute, it would pacified the people of Louisiana and would havo prevented bloodshed. Ho far ed, we are prepared to pledge to him no violence in person or property, and we feel in a position, oil the contrary, to assure him that there should he per fect immunity tobpth." The substance of the foregoing reply wassubsequent ly, by Mr. Alurr's request, reduced to writing by tlic governors private secre tary, and bunded to liitn to be read at the mass meeting. General Dibble on the part of the governor, replied: what I said before, that, armed men on Canal street, there are armed bodies within a short distance assembled on the same call your mass meeting, then retired, and soon after reported the result of this interview to tiie mee ting. The people were then advised to go home, get their arms and nmmuni ufi U , 0n an £. r '; turn to «»C white lea n o V« U "n''l armsto execute the plans tliat would be arranged for * * ,e People then quietly dis P < - rs( ' < L Afterward quite a large num * ,er formed in procession and marched | up Camp street. six >t«*rs, then* are of of violence or for s av<* are concern the w op and LS8 find «.f, "I have t epeat h i Ie there may he come was its The committee Inch a » i. t . „ , ^ An extra edition of the Bulletin is-\ snw\ at 4 o'clock PiM.i ooytftj'w. the following fiioclamhllon: "To llltipfeot gle of Louisiana: For two vcan you hatte borne with patience anu fortitude Inîiny W i*ongg through fraud anclvio Icnce. The government of your choice J, as been overthrown and its power us »n«l. Protest after protest appeal alter appeal to the pri Hide lit ot the United States and to congress have failed to give you the relief you had the right under the constitution to de maud and the wrong has not been re paired; on the contrary through the instrumentality of partisan Judges,you are debarred from all legal remedy}— Day by day taxation lias been increas sing with costs and penalties amount to the conlbcation of your property; your substance squandered, your credit «»ulttng in the fatluro and bankruptcy of your valued institutions aml |hl . r| ' ht a J nd 8uffrag0 d is virtually taken by the enactmentof skilfully de vised registration and election laws, The jud : cial branch of your govern llu>Ilt '-as l.ecn stricken down by tho con version of the 1'gal posseo countatua or tho H u^. r itT to the use of the usurper for the purpose of defeating the decrees of the courts. His defiance of law leading him to use every force lor the arrest ot the sheriff while engaged in the execution () f a process of court. To these may lie added a connpt and vicious legislature making laws in violation of the constitu turn tor tho purpose ot guard*ng and por petuuting tlieir usurped authority, a tropolitan pobce, paid by the city, under th« control of the usurper quui tered upon y ou to overawe and keep you in subjv c t , on Every pub' c right has been denied, and, as ; f to goad you to desperation, pri vato arms are seized, and in«' viduals ar f;' ated - ,, ''V SU °V « ^remitie! are yen drown, that manhood revolts at any tur t her submission. Constrained from a sense of duty ns legally -elected lieu ten ant goternor of thei state, acting govern or in the absence ot Governor MoLnery, j do issue this my proclamation, calling upon the militia of the state, em bracing a 11 males between the ages of eight een and forty-live years, without re gard to color or previous conation, to arm and assemble under their respective officers, for tho purpose of driving the usurpers from power. Given under my band and seal this 14th day of Septem ber, 1874. D. B. PENN, Lieutenant Governor. The following orders have also been is sued : Executive Department, State of Louisiana, New Orleans, September I t, 1874.—General Order, No. 1.—General Frederick N. Ogden is hereby appointed provisional genera' of the Louisiana state militia. Hu will at once assume mand and organize into companies, regi ments and bat ta 1 ' No. 2.—General Ogden will report the names of staff, regimental and company of officers to this department forthwith to be commissioned. By command of D. B. Penn,lieutenant governor and acting governor, and com mander-in-chief of the Louisiana state militia. To the Colored People of the Slate of Louisian: In the grand movement now on foot against the enomities of the rule of Kellogg s usurpation,ie*t ar su red that no harm is meant toward you, your property or your rights. Pursue your usual avocations and you will not be molested—we war against the thieves, plunderers and spoilers of the state who arc involving vour race and ours in common ruin. The rights s well as of the white ined to uphold and I). B. Penn. ed ed the and In O. C of the «'«ilorod race \vc arc* <l« ti defend. Lieutentant governor, acting gover nor and commander in chief of Louis iana state militia. I'- ople seem to have responded w ith to the advice given them by id, one of the speakers at the ( anal steet meeting. By 3 I*. M. ar med men were stationed at the inter f all the streets on the south >f Canal street, from the river to Claiborne street. About 4 D. M. a body of metropolitans, numbering about 500, with cavalry and artillery, appeared at the head of Canal street tuI Longstreet, who was commanding, accompanied by an orderly, then roue up and down •dering the armed citi zens to disperse. Some desultory fir after occurred along ('anal street, and some few easaulties are re ported on both sides. The metropoli tans are reported to have broken at the first lire, tin.* citizens capturing one piece of artillery. The citizens ure now building a banicade along l'ojdra« Bluet, having already cap tured the city hall aud taken posseHsiou of telegraph. The police tele- I graph lines arc worked by;a battery from tho city hull and havo been detached therefrom, rendering them uaeleks. There is one 11 > Dr 1 I cct ion .side ililil t >k position. Ge Canal street mg sc Ii i li I e u I.i I :| puuy of u.iitea States troops litre, Hut they remaiuat t,.o cu.to» ho«»-, .pce,alors * tlic lively scene being enacted in frout of ! them. The stale authorities seem to have 1 great confidence in their ability to deal wi h ! what they teim au armed mob, anil hav hu 1.H» U,o people diapol'bt) tbtro « Hl Hu Hloody work tonight. Barneades arc erected ou all streets leading from Canal, between Uoydrns and Canal, and the "people's party " ! hold ull that portion of the city above Cana'. ! The metropolitans ar«) must cd in and around - Jackson square and Ht. Louis hotel. There 1 was quite a sharp fight at the river end of 1 Canal st:eeL about 4 oVltck. Tho number likih as i nded Cantain J M We,l, a printer and wult-kno«,. nempi^ coi respondent, and E. A. lalcdano were killed on the citizens' side. A. number of mcliopolitaus arc reported killed, and Ueu eral Badger severely wouudod. The colored * meu, ol winch the Lhopolitin M ! largely composed, broke and ruu upon the first lire, leaving their while comrades, a ' number of whom were killed ami wounded. I The casualties will be reported as fast as ascertained. New Orleanj, September 14 -8 B. M — well fi lied »r of killed I« estimated by soma fifty, and many to at the to lea for dis or they Tho streets above Um:» I street with armed citizeiiH. The iiuprecsioii now prevails that do further attempts will he made liy tho metropolitaDs to dipperse llu ir oppoueuts. The city is remarkably quiet throughout, and no lu>ther coufiict ia apprehended b' - ning. Most of the barricades i made with street railroad c:»rj. Six or citizens aud tweuty cigu; thirty metropolitans ' were killed in the fl^ht this alternoou, and many wounded on both side i. foie THE KILLED AND WOUNDED. New Ohlkan». Hep. 14—11.30 P. M The following is a lint of eausurtltle« the side of tlic citizens ns far as has ascertained. Killed—E. A. Tnledano, Fred. More man, Dick Lindsey, Capt .1 M West, Maj. J. K. Jourdain. F. Pallet, John Con&i«line, J«»hn Kill Patrick, Major Wm. E. Wells, Samuel B. Newman. its DI) !.*• SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. SLIGHTLY WOUNDED. linrse wo« tiorRO was E. Bozonier, Fidel KeUer, W. J. Butler, M". McNeleman. is-\ general Fred Ogden'« re or for of ot lie por c pri ar yen tur a ten em of re to the my is of I t, the com state of ar you of race and Killed iîibiPV liitftj ami .flic Gcutft! Slightly in]tiffed from n fn'l; butrcntalh ed on duty. General A. 8. Badger, commanding the Metropolitans, receiv ed three buckshot wounds, one through the leg, one through the arm and the other through his body. His leg has since been amputated. The General also received a heavy fall. NUTICKS. N OTICE.—A meeting ef ike Stockholder« of tho Moebnnics' Loan Association — •ling of I lie Stock holders ot 1 lie Mechanics' Loan Association* will ho held ut the rooms, N E Cor. Third and Market, on T11UKKDAY Evening, Sept. 24th, at 7.30 o'clock. A full uttendanco is rc • quested. sepl5ood7t J^JOTICB. In porsuanco of a call, a W J. MORROW. Scc'y. Wilmikoton. Del., Sept. 11. 1874. members ot llopo Lodge, No. 21. I. O. O. P , are eurnostly r juesl .i to attend tho next stated meeting, Wednesday evening, September 10th. 18 4. ns business of import ance will » sopl4-3t* o brought before tho Lodgo. JOSHUA P. BLYTHE. 11.8. C 1UANGK OF HOURS—WILMINGTON J AND WESTERN RAlLHOAD-Oo.i. meucing Monday, September 14th, 1874 Truiu« will run a« follows: l.ouve Wilmington I0..'i0 am., and f> 35 p. in. Leavo Lundenberg <, -45 n m.. and 1 20 p. in. Arrive Wilmington 7.55 a. in., and 3 15 p in. Arrivo Laudenberg 12.15 p. m , «V ti 5o p. in CONNECTIONS —At Wilmington, with 1*., W. Jt II and Delaware II K trains. At ban donberg with Pcuna. Ac Delaware Railroad. Also Sunday trains throughout September, probably longer. iepti-dt DAVID C0NN1LL. Fupt T HE ANNUAL COMMUNICA TION ollbeM. W.Grand Lodge A. F. A. M. of tho State ol Delaware, will be held in tho Masonic Hull, at the city of Wilmington, on tho rev enth (lay of October, A. !>,. 1874, A. L. 5?74 WILLIAM S HAVE sep8 2t:iw*Hw Grand S' :ro rpEN DOLLARS X. uwny Iroui the gray MUlE. with dark stripe rtioulder^. 'ibo above reward will be for bis return to our stable« at Delaware Del. *ep2-2tawJtwU D emocratic election.-A n obcu n wilt be held in rhristiana Hundred, on SATURDAY, Sept. 1'Jth. from 2 to 7 1*. M., to nominate candidates tor Inspector, Assesaer and Road Coiniui«sioncr, lor tho Northorn District, at Daniel Mulhorin's ilutcl, the Southern, port. A KEWA HI).- STRAYED uibscribor«, a small iron ss hi fift! G F. BRADY »f CO. «1 i At the - chord II J POULb'UN CHANDLER. ADOLPHUS HUSBANDS. Il C. JU.^TIS Chiistiana lid.. Sept 14, 1874-dot wit in N OTICE-CITIZENS' LOAN ASSOCIA TIüN.—Tho 4 1 b Serie« of 500 share« lor sulo at 81 00 per share. Fir?t payment before October Lt, next. sepTtf S OUTH JERSEY INSTITUTE. N. I\ First cla-.s School for both sexes- Loca tion delightful and healthy; climate mild. Building brick: heated by s'cun ; lighted by gas; hut and coldvrater. Railroads and telegraphs, Couuntuces September 2. Send lor catalogue. aug7 6w H. K. TRASK, Principal, hE DISTRIBU vfc A OU,l IUU T E D. Grand Gift id ot the Man tion ot Norfolk, Virginia. Skt •. KMIIKR 3d, 1871. ALo Kentucky Slate Lottery for the benelit ol the University ot Pndnuch and Kojal Ha vana ot Cuba tickets lor sale, prize« and circulars ol information sent ireo. JOSEPH BATES d- CO . Pu£* Office Box 4261. ]% Broadway. N. Y. N GEO; C. MARTS, Sec'y, Concerti io Relief Associa* ill take place lu I N oncE bi« (»Ui JAM F.S H.BiCGGS has removed to No. 6 West Eighth hi reel, Allmond'a Building. Bricks of ull kind« hand at lowest market rule«. jylUf Reglstei'a Order. __ _ Rkoistkr Ofkicr, New C&fitio County. August26lb. 1874. apulicatiou of Samuel A. Armstrong. Auministrator of Frances Armstrong, lato ol Appoquiniuiink hundred in «aid county, de ceased ; it ia Ordered and directed by the Register that the Administrator aloresaid give notice ol the grantiug of Lotter« of Ad ministration upon the Estate of thedeceased, with the dateof granting thereof, by causing advertisements to bo noHiod within forty day« the date of auen Letters, in six of moat public places of tho county of New Cas re».ujiing all persons having demand« mat the E.Pato to present toe same or abide by an Act of Assembly fin such case mude and provided. And also cause the sume to be iiiHorled within the «urne period in the Delaware Guxotte, a newspaper published in » ilmington, und to bo continued therein two months. ith by the ar to a street down citi fir re the one cap of tele- I tho Up fi tie. Given under tho hand and Heal ot oflico ot the Keginter albro«aid, at Dover, New Castle county aforesaid, ai:d yenr above written. B. GIBB.8 Register. the day ... . notice. All persons having claims again«t the Es tate ot tho decoased muHt present the to tho Administrator, same duly attested to fore August 2ti!b, 1S7.Î. or ul.iilo til's Act of Asriombly in snob case inado and provided SAMUEL A. ARM.STRONG. Address-Smyrna, Del Register s Order. be A minintrator. SUK-8w2m :| NEW CASr..R COu5tÄ° 7 TT8H. they AdKtaîîtôï"!.'?î r ™ , . trong ' * of ! county, deceased: it i« ordere»! ami directed have 1 by; the Regibter that the Administn.tor uloro h ! give notice of the granting of Lettern hu- V A<lm 1 inii Wjon upon tho Estate of the Hloody ÄÄÄSÄ ou forty days from the dateof such Letters in «ix of (be most publie places of tho County of " ! Castle. requiring all persons having Cana'. ! deu ' antls die Estate, to present the - °» i D' B ®mbly in such There 1 «ame to he Innrted «fthinlhe «ame'pè'riod i.° of 1 the Delaware Gazette, a newspaper published in Wilmington, and to bo continued therein as i two months, M Given under the hand and Real N®« were V ^ 7 *»^ , ty aforesaid,the d»v and vearabove of written. B. GIBBS, Register, Ueu- . NOTICE. * » . Ftr 8or ! 8 " BVIn ,® c,aim8 auninst tho Ee ! ^iV'it^r^ÄÄfo^'orr the heforo Rei.teiolcr 7th, 1875, or abide'the Act a ' <»l Assembly in such coho made and provided I JOHN A. ARMSTRONG, as » .. .Administrator Address. la>l Us Bridge. Del. neptl2-2m — lied J A3. E. McCarinxy, Late of Macan k S<»n. Danikl Ki now he llu ir b' - i INKY, Late of Philad'a. Wilmington Upholstery, 416 MARKET STREET,' cigu; McCartney & kennet ' 1 and General Upholsters. M has More West, The undersiKaod hen leave tn inform thii friemls and the i.uhlic generally, that tbry o, a IÔ C ?.î'? er,C u î die tlpboIrtcinB l, ut i U c B 111 »'I th 1 branches at 41(1 Market Mrect. Fine Furniture Upholstered with best tcrial and workmaiiHlni». C«ri»etrt, Muttinz« laid. Plin Cover« f«»r Furniture. Window tShado* nn»l Decorations N'fi*- 1 PUna °ot VmÏ M ' 4ltrefliPfl - Kill- rooms free of charge whon wo^umko^up^he B. ! g0 A' . .. .. .. , I Grder « ny mail rolimtpt i. iuny23-2in DI) in a i Oil CD tha made nnd M ISS ' "««PATRICK. J«rt opened a tolni^',',f'"°" tTKK " wo« ■ . MILLINERY OOOb.S. was \York dono nt the shortest notice. Butler, pol2-4t WIDMISPTON WAGON WfWK 1 Constantly on hand and inn« 1 . . Express, Market, Truck Germantown - :\n, AND Sneath'a Patent Tilting TT^gons, Carts, Push-CartF and Barrow t ; also, u TTectendorn Plows, with or without centre Repairing Neatly and Promptly Cxt-I attention — • .Agricultural Implements, which are being sold at cost, including PLOWS. IIARROWS and CULTIVATORS All Nos. of tho M outod. BLACK S Rfi 3TH 2 N C O. tho Pr.rtnular in all its l ranches paid to TIOlbSE-SllOKING. in. in. in. in 1*., n on to All diaenses of the foot, ne««, incidental to «hoeing ed undor the r>vinl>»i* System SUCCESSFULLY Interfering Invariably Knuckling diately bonutitvd aid of wlucb nu'ure soon ellect« «cs of lame treat 1 1 fa.-t drivi «hoeing d kneo-piiriing horses i * . a condition by the peruta left Luiucnes« from corns in: tanllv n Immediate relief given ii founder. Diseaso« of the above nat others ertaining to the loot and leg, her* tolore considered incurable by "Old School" Veteri narians, ure by a judicious application ot the DUNBAR KVS'fEA* rtli Anatomical specimen showing Having been at gi e thoiough knowledge of the subject, the »'tilv smith in the State to whom Mr. Dunbar has imparted hi« valuable method of treatment, I am prepared to treat tho worst ease the publie can bring forward. 1 employ only compel cut sonaHy suporrbo all operations, oniee 111 a litt Orange SI reef. »AVID WOOIJWAV, ed f acute. »I and cured. bibitod at the »»ffici and effect. CX| 1 being hi and i»er ANOTHER CHANCE! i FIFTH fit LAST GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF TIIB lor I\ and Send Gift Ha Y. PUBLIC LIBIUBV I)!' KV. POSTPONED TO !\ovHiihpr «Olli, IB74. DRAWING OERTAIN at that DATE LIST OF GIFTS : ONE GRANDCASI1 GIFT... ONE,GRAN D CASH G I FT... , ONE GRA N l> CASH G I FT. ON EG HAND CASH Gll-T.' " ON E GRAND CASH G 1 FT. 5 CASH GIFTS |2»»,uuu eacu Id GASH GIFTS 14.000each 15 CASH GIFTS 10.000 20 CASH GIFTS 25 CASH GIFTS 30 CASH GIFTS .f.w.» o 100,000 .010 MH» loo ... Ilo ih lu I &,o*H) each. A 000 each. 3.UU0 each. ' Ml CASH GIFTS 2 ,ikni each, loo CASH GIFTS 1.00*) each.. 24*» CASH GIFTS 50Jeach.. f48l CASH G I FIS ! loo each.. 19,000 CASH GIFTS Grand Total 2u.(x»u Gifts, all ciwh, """2, PRICE OP TICKETS; WHOLE TICKETS HALVES.. TENTHS. 1«MI, 100,00(1 reel, 12o. 50 000 ml ch p (J0,O(j0 ol de the Ad _ „ day« I ulilio Library Buildi the-- ■■ —— Cas or case sume the in $ Ml 00 25 Oil . 5(H) oo .l.HMI IN) each Coupon II WHOLE TICKETS fur. 22 'Î TICKETS for. U For Ticko'ii an»l information, acldro.-« THOS. E. BRAMLETTE, Agent ami Managt r t . LoniHvilln. Kv . SPECIAL. Carpet Department. ot at Es same WE OFFER A LINE OF of be -A-X» r, WOOL Ingrain Carpeting ' uloro the in of the such i.° Real Ee Act For the ttroq.oly low price ol 85 cents per yard, ii dotinhle p.ifcrns, »ur nrw ileoigis of Lowell and Hartford 3 ply and Ingrains AT PK0 FORT IO TAT FJ. Y LOW BRICES. ÜRANVILLE WORRELL» ES0& 822 Market Ktreet, Masonic Tcmplo Wll.MfNUTON. DEI .. 80(12 READY MADE CLOTHING, INKY, t-bßTTANTI.VL I MÎRAULUI! WARM r 1874. 1 Groat inducements lor the you Our object 1« to Rivo tho people j they want i~ 1 J it w h« Subslauiiai lleady-uiade 1 uniting ForFarmer«. for Mrrdianta. for Mechanic or Ever,taffy that w„ul.l h. drca.oj in He liable .utl FaabionaHle tilotbinr, at eurnriB inn Low Prices. Onocall will reveal .h„VJS thii tbry U c B , JOSEPH ROW. Jllfl .ifAltlU/r STKEET, and moro. A large in a nnd Ha« and does all tlu ► upply of MEN'S rURNISHINQ GOODS Always in readi , - ta to meet tho demand« tb'c'T ' Un * aold a ' ft tlittht udv .nc.on „•THcocober the Hnuso I j Beat Clothing lor tho leant cash. J0HKBII Row. y, , . , Jib Market .Street. One door below 4th, Wiltuin.ton Del Merchant Tai}oriu e Ho u «e. secure the pol2-4t par üoom> 1 o I* to Nt n a RtBTNG AM) t DUMES Drea» (Àoods, BI.AOK fiIX.lt, ou ftpeoIaUy.) English W: iking Jacquets KINO WEAK; JlfURNCll FOULAIU) i FKUN1 11 if' iRIbll POPLIN, SHAWLS, CASSIMERE, WATER-rilOOFB, TRIMM IMIS OK AU, K1NL8, I M. L. UCHT€ MSTEIN, 220 KBHiol strut, tVILMlNOTON. ro 1 506. 506. LAY AcI DE LVKRYTDIN01 (ÏA! }, AT ONCE! and l e convinced GOODS N fcVKIl 10 CHEAP EF0RF. llo.lunir* M.ck » I BELOW CO T PRICKS. the L) lï Y GOODS, the of nom s AND SHOES; Crockery and Glassware. The greatest variety and the largest asaort mcKt ol goods in tho State, e « number the place and number. ADAMS & BRO. 50«. Market Street. &06. WILMINuTON, DEL. jAn3-tf WM. B. SHARP. Cor- 4th & Market Sts.; Has oj ontd a fall assortment ol NLW AND SEASON ABLE Uand oiuf, Dress Fabrics,tplendid qualities of Biack Silk«. Japanese Silks,&o. AIM*.»« .,n baud, a full Slock of MOURNING GOODS. of the late t Alyl«« Also, a full line of domestic goods, Af the loweit rate.». arj most relit. Je makes, o .010 W AT. Lf «DARF. MH» '*• 1 * 4ih Dim kil Ma ( ^' Vl I MI N«. Ion. DEL. Delaware Carpet House, hove Third, ">()!' Anikei ti Ft, 000 WILMINGTON. I» Kl . »•Fett phuM'i 0 A R P LTS.011. CLOTliR . M ATTINOP. am! WINDOW SB A DEB, Tl.r. I ibo 1 00 Oil oo IN) U AT M1J3ISIH.Y GREBE'S, 3ou Ali.rlid St ie|. N. B,—Rat; Can «hortest notice. >.i ixlff-ly t< "Ucr ft J.« I HOOTS A Nit S IIOICS SldJT-.L, I JV ( i OFF Bpring aud Rummor Stock at (i really Ilei/turd !'rites. LADIES'H I BURRS ARK OFFERED AT COST. John S. Moreland, N. W. l or. Fourlli Hi I'opur Sis. s «tu.k...t i.ixii«»', niKiron h arid MianoH' Boots hhJ Gaiters h c-b he ih Helling cheap for cash * Custom work receives Hoecial • ..1 "• material guaran-yWl tenti 4 to all. Repairing promptly tended to. j©6 dly •I. C. p'< run, of UN MAItKKT \s ILMINGTON. DHL. Manufacturor and Dealer HTIIICIC r. in Stoves. Ranges» Healers. Ploin ucd Fancy Tin Ware, .. Metal Roofing and Spouting, f „fS?Ä a '' ,1 don. i romnlly and CHAS. CAMBL0S & C0„ HANHHltS aud HllOKKRS, tl No 38 S Third St..Phlladelphl». h« t He large frt.r Thr.adiho buOTii.». Jia SÏ To 0 pi.iT« ' THE NEW ameri can Sewing Machine, ol Del the 718 MARKET STREET, i J. H. PRIMROSE, Again Jet'J.w w IbhUH^ytyj, del.