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C. 1*. Johnson, Editor and I'E(4*biktor.
Thk Daily GmrriE is published every af*
ternoou, (Suuihy excepted) at 410 Market St.,
and scivud by «•Arriéra to oubseribers in all
parts of the city and sarrouudiiig '
villages. tor lix cents a week, payable weekly.
Yearly subscribers. $3 in advance.
TUB ONLY DEMOCRATIC DAILY IN THK'sTATE,
The Delaware Gazette, established 1 » 84 ,
the largest and most nourishing weekly in
_a State, and lias a larger circulation than
any other on the Peninsula:
Friday morning, at <2 a year, in advance.
WILMINGTUN, DEL., On. O 1874
JOHN P. COCHRAN
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY.
KEPBKSESTATIVE IN CONORISS,
OF KENT COUNTY.
»'ut Sheriff— WH. H. LAMDSON
Fur Curoncr-RICHARD Ü ROVES
White Cluy Creek Hd., Jamkh H. Hit
A ppoqu iniinink, Hknry 1'ayib.
Hrandywine Hd., Samuel Hamby.
Isaac C. Pyle.
Thor, L. J. Baldwin.
Tu os. Holcomb.
Henry A. Nowland.
William P. Bioos.
LEVY COURT COMM188TONERS.
tito. D. Mkdiil,
Wm. L. Wier,
Wm. K. Bright,
James C. Wilson and
Samuel Roberts, Appoquinimiuk Hd.
Northern District—IT ias. i'. Woolley.
Southern District—D aniel Urmy.
of Mill Creek Hd.
White Clay Creek.
Democratic Mass Meeting.
\ maAR mooting of tlu* IVmoorfttic
Furt v will be h**ld at MII>I(IjET(J\V N,
on Thursday, octoher u.th, 1874,
at 12 o'clock, M. It will la» addressed by
Hon. liitSTiB Clymkb, of I'cnna., and
Hons. T. F. Bayard and Eli Savls
ui ry. A general attendance of all |»r
,;.<ns who arc opposed to the Civil Rights
Bill, and in favor of an honest and eco
nomical administration of the State and
General Governments arc cordially invi
Hy order of th« Executive Committee.
WM. HEKBEKT, Chairman.
A Democratic Mans Meeting
will be hebl in Wilmington on tho even
ing of tho 27th of 1 >OTOBER.
Hy order <»f tho Executive Committee.
WM. HERBERT* Chairman.
The Meeting Last Sight
In the City Hall was of the most grati
fying character. None v*ho h«»pe for a
change through which the bufRena of
government may lie lightened and the
business of the country permitted to
take its legitimate channel, could fail to
note the earnest und determined feeling
manifested from first to last. The crowd
was immense, and had the Hall been
several times its size it w«'»ul«l have been
tilled to overflowing with intelligent
white citizens. Tt was literally packed,
and the interest evinced to catch the
words of the speakers and tho applause
that follow»*«! the eloquent denunciations
of the tyranny the country has so long
outi* r«*«l at tin; han«ls of the Radical par
ty told how anxious the people are to
secure a « hange that will put an end tu
the wrong and oppression that rests up
on the whole southern section. Fortu
nately our own State* has not Wen sub
jected to Radical ml»*, and the «conse
quence is that with a far lighter tax t ban
uny of her sisters she is paying off her
funded debt. iu the language of Mr.
Higgins, tho Radical I S. District At
torney, us reported in the Republican, at
a rate "unnecessarily rapid.*'
Now reader, what else should be don»*
with the money? We will puy $70,000
or $* 0,000 this year; und next year will
lighten the taxation. Had the Radical
party Wen in power the money would
have Wen squandered and th»* debt
largely increased by Ring influence; as
has Wen the case in all other places, our
own city not excepted.
Full and complete re)>orts of the
speeches will W found in our local col
umns, which w ill bo found interesting.
Vert Stranoe .— Every Evening nays
that "on Thursday and Friday, Captuiu
« iallagher'a lant days in office, ho em
ployed about 100 additional men on th**
new basin, and when Mr. Hyde assumed
control of the improvement he found a
force of 325 m»»n engaged on it. He saw
at a glance that they w»»re so numerous
they were in each other's way, and on
Saturday n : ght discharged 123 of the
whole number and reduced the carts
from 5C to 45. He alßo found that be
tween 25 and 30 sub-bosses were employ
ed at from $2.25 to $1.75 per day. M
of these men were given their positions
for political services, and this, connected
with the fact that they are unnecessary
numerous, has caused him to determine
on the removal of several at an early
«lay. He has already reduced their wa
ges to $1.50 and $2.00 per day."
This is very strange, our people gener
ally have supposed there were only ubout
200 men employed on the work.
'i'hc Republican claims thut the (ii
zette misrepresented the Republican
meeting on Friday night, and in doing
this shows that it is ignorant of the
facts in the case. The Gazette said the
meeting was composed at one time of
about equal numbers of whites and ne
groes, which that paper does not deny,
although it says the meeting was "large
and respectable." Tito Republican Bays
that "Dr. Jump remained at the meet
ing until its dose." Nevertheless the
Gazette stated the truth in saying what
it did, ao Dr. Jump was seen by many
persons to leave the meeting. Doubt
less he was induced to return and re
main to the close.
In it True?
ït in said that white citizoih» v,ho have
paid tax in thin city foY many yearn have
rvoir work a
the 1 -.
boon discharg'Hl fr<
whiln negroes juat fr
Pennsylvania are furnished
stood that the work wan to lie given to
II« »w is thin?
citizens in preference.
policy, if it is true, is simply an outrage.
were advertised for
and suspected that the King desired to
increase their illegal votes in this way.
We knew that uie
The infection To-Dag.
Every PeunnTat «lmuld gu to the polls
It is a duty that every
to-day und Vote,
citizen owes to the community.
charging it lie shows his faith in
institutions and his disjiositio
tain free government,
would art wisely in
Toting tho Démocratie ticket.
n«»t voting; or
BOARD OT TRADE*
ANNI'AI. 41CRTINU — UÏI'ORT OF T1IR ''UCLE
The annual meeting of tbc Heard of Trade
was held last evening, Mr. Win. IL Swilt in
Me. Gee. W. Stone, Secretary ol the Haard
read the following:
TA RY — ELECTION OF MAN
lloAD Trade Rooms, )
October 6tb, lb71.
Seventh Annual Report of the Mana</,t '
the \Yihn jiyton Hoard of Trade.
The year which has juat closed, as you are
all aware, bss been one of great depression.
Every one ol our industries hare suffered
more or leas (except possibly the morrocco
interest) and we cloie the yiar without any
immediate prospect ot Letter times. This is
not the place to discuss the causes ol tt»L gen
eral depression,nor do we feel competent to
suggest any remedy. The only comforting
feature we have to cult attention to is that
the depression is not local but National —
that the cause did not originate with u* any
more than with other ainl larger business
causrs are essigmd, the
principle ones being—national and individu
al extrav.igauee, disordered and impurtfi ct
financial systems, and ove»trading or toora- al
»id commercial und manufacturing growth.
II any remedies aresuggesfed among tlieni—
a speedy relui n to specie payment, a de créa m*
temporarily of the amount of manufactured
goods. This is being done in New England
uud elsewhere in the cottou, woolen and
Iron trades, and the third a greater economy
in conducting the business ot both govern
ment aud individuals. Notwithstanding the
greast depression in business we aie gratified
to bo able to rt cord the fact that but a v« *y
small number of entcrpiisia have failed ab
solutely. There lias boon u great falling off'
in the groea amouut ot the value ol goods
produced aud a considerable reduction in
prices, but there bas been no decrease of fa
cilities lor production,but rather au increase.
We have a very considerable addition t j the
iron interest in the new mills of the Christi
ana Iron Company, tho McCullough Iron
Company, and alto the extensions of Messrs
Pusey* Jones »t Co., nnd John Marshall «! k
Co., of Newport, practically in Wilmington.
S.nee our last rcpoit also tho Edge Moor
liou Company bus commenced productions
all our iron mills are in good order and ready
lor business when it chaff offer, and when
the iron trado does revivo Wilmington will
be iu shape to nearly if not quite double the
value of her annual production of that ma
This is very gratifying, and the sam«,
might be said, in a less degree per haps,ot
nearly all our industries.
Among the items of interest is on
morn encouraging than the re t The
morocco interest has at least " ledd it -» '
own" during th«* past year, tl ,: sy. .»*.* c,jm-1
About th«* usual :
y\ it !»
ness has Wen <l«»i»**, at about th»- ii ual j
profit, but is on'y just t«»r» fer to thefa« t
that this business suffered heavily ferj
several years, wlicn iron and other branch- !
es of trade w»*r.* generally prosperous.
Cars and » arnag«*)?, and the bin<' »•«. *i J
branches, have W*»*n v»*rv «lull and un
profitable. It is n«t th.mght advi able
to prepare any .•it.-nded statcinioit,.f tl.- ;
business of the city lot the p.u-t je.ii, a-.
such u statement as i usually made m
this report would necessarily be v»q*y iui
perfect and unr** ,: able, un*l therefor»* uc
sat isfa« tory.
Our «.w n H*»av«l has Wen
to the general rule, and finds it necossaiy j
to econniuize in the matter r»f » xpciisos. i
and will therefore om»t this year
mending the pubi'cation of uny annual
The subject of t he ere«*tion of a grain
elevator bus been befor»* the Hoard seve
ral times, and a committee of the Board
is now engaged in collecting statist
the amount of grain actually received
and shipped in this x icinity, and esti
mates of what might, with proper effoi ;
and faculties, W done **i this line, t<*
gether with the probable cost of an ol«*
vator. We earnestly request th»* new
Boar«l to take up tin* consideration of
this important subj«*«*t at the «arHest
possible mom»*nt, and, if po sibh>, t»i
push it to an early complet ion.
As a closing remark, there is now n<>
cause for discouragement. We are m
well oft os any of our sister States, and
better than many. We must soon have
a r»*vivul of business, an«l l«*t us leave no
means unused to be ready t*» move in
stantly when that time arrives.
Respectfully submitted for tlm monn
Okokoe W. Stone,
I>Ol NOS OF TIIE BOARD.
A the B-st meeting of this Hoard «»f
Managers a committee was appointed
under the following resolution :
Resolved, That acommitt»*»*l>«*upp«jiut
ed to consider the best means of s«.***uring
the establishment of u ferry from some
point on the Delaware front <>f the «ity
to the Jersey shore.
This committee succeeded in secur'ng
parties to undertake th«* runr'ng « *f a
ferry boat between this city und Fenns
grove, and the lx>at lias been running
during the season.
On October lGth, 1873, the I*resident
and Secretary w**re chosen as delegates
to the National Hoard of Trade, held at
Chicago. They attended the meeting
and represented this Hoard during thut
On the 23d of Deoember, 1873, Messrs.
Jenkins, He&ld, und »S. Bancroft, Jr.,
were appointed delegates to tlie Ameri
can Cheun Transportation Convention,
held at W ashington, Jan. 14th.
There are also several mutters on leg
islative subjects tliat were laid over by
this Hoard for the consideration of the
new Hoard—to be elected this evening
action on which should be had during or
before the session of our State Legisla
ture. Resolutions urging our manufac
turers and citizens to tuke part in the
fairs of the Franklin Institute and the
Middlet«^wn Agricultural and M«chani
cal Associations were passed in Septem
ber of this year.
The following managers v e o elected :
Edward Betts, Georg«i IV. Bush, James
Bradford, Charles Baird, George 8. Ca peile,
\V, T. Croat dale, A. 8. Elliot, EliUarreif,
Harisq Uau«e, Win. G, Gibbous, Wm. H.
■PC, Wnshineton Ilwüngs, J.T.ttcildJ
M. Jeukip.", .lob II. Juckton, Pr«son|
W. \Y. L •» «Jeff, Win. II. Swli*, Ur«vg*
Stouo, M. B S' -t .'iilinr/, K. A. Vm
Truiup, K. 1. \V:»rm»r, <1 W« rn*ll, II Mf
denhall, Fran« i« Bury.
Alt* I transacting hi oll.ftr biiaint'as 1»«*
Bo.tril uij turned,
•«led to the rjiidcnce «•! Presîou L
n«l thin«» |»na«*nt jm
rbo c they were baud -
resounds on the
Acres of Wii.d Fu
the hunter's gnn
hills. Millions of pigeons roost nightly
Oakland, und each train passing
through ^Piedmont carries its quota of
shot gun:*, which are almost a supcrniii
ty, as the birds an* piled so thick on tin*
elder hushes that utter nightfall one can
step up to them und catch un«l kill them
filât as necessary without mutilating
them with shot One gentleman twin
Westernport Tuesday morning killed
«•iglit humlred und thirty-three ot the
birds, many ot' whirl
out t he aid of a gun.
tvere taken witli
if r.i .
rhe 1>^^8 i « «*>!:
Fifty frame dwellings in
were burned yesterday. T
mated at $100,000.
Tho boston Journal uives a record «»f the
fires in New England d
losses aggregating f 1,074,700.
Ice formed i
on Suud iv night, Th
poilions ol Now Hampshire
host y eater
.«•inity of ltichuion«!,
^ RAND OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday tiTiilug, I'd. I3ih, 1S71.
(»RAND VOCAL .! INSTRUMENTAL
Mrr,. M, D. Simmons,
ho following talented New
As*i tc.l by
MISS SARAH HASSON. Pout
Mil. F.bHIKDGE HOLDEN, Tenor.
MR. WM. II DAVIS, basso.
PROF. HEKZUEltG, Conductor.
In a Programme of Real Excclbnci
TICKETS ONE DOLLAR. For
boughm m, Thomas A Co.'s. No ext
u 13. Diagram open
orniug. Doors open at 7 o'clock, commence
FIVE TWO STORY FRAME HOUSES.
F l ItLIC SALES.
• ULMITOUY l'UUUC SALE OF
HOUSES AND LOTS
The subscriber will sell at 1'ubli«*
ver Third street Itridg
SATURDAY. OCTOBER Huh. 1 74.
At 3.30 o'clock, 1*. Iff.
Two two-story well ventilate!
brick l)w«Jlings,containing f.»ui rooms
with Shed Kitchen, situated on Town
send street between A and B streets:
width ol Lots, 14 feet «;
I. « n
Onastr. et httwt n Townsend nnd button
W" 0(1 etrcct - , Also Four of tho Finest lluilil
'i bird Street bridge. These
1 on Tuwnse
1 si reel bet we
d 81 ) fr« t
» at pale,
b. F. TOWNSEND.
Lubdeli and A •
deep. Tams Lb
L. tV. S* iim: iM A S )N. A
T i t LO Hi.
, im M . ^,
NKW RASTLE CODNTV.Sept. 7tb. 1874.
t |.,>n application «>f John A. Armstrong
A«luiinipirator cl \Yill»a ,, i \V. Aru.ni
Dto cl A|.j-« qqinj«i»ir.k Hundred, in
"mI. 1« t't.2Admi'L*"?« ',r u.oru
h - il :.| t c i w , notloo of tho cram ing of l.eiter*
,. t A ialni trntun upon tho Estate «>1 the
«locouscd, with the dale of grnnting thereof,
Atldrew. Tayl ir'n Bridve. D«Ü
. » ortiFcmont*. to bo po9tod within
ho «late ot su«'h liCttcn, in
nblio places ot tho County «d
x ot the mo. t p
nrf 1 1
«11 persons having
tutc, to present the
2c by u»i A«*t of Assembly in >u<*li
id pr«.vided. And alsocnuso Gu
io I«. ho inserted within Ihe same period in
; Gazette, a m w-pai tr published
in WiltuiiiKlon, and to be continuod therein
Given under tho hand an l Heal
Uflico «-f the Register a! o repaid,
Castle, in New Cant lo Court
^ ty aforesttid.tbodnv nnd vearabovo
B. G1B1Î.8, Register.
All i errons having claims ngaini-t the Es
t:.to ot the deceased must j>re?eut the eamr
duly atiest«»d to tho Administrator, on
bel*. re Heidember 7th, 1875, or abide tho A«*l
ct Assembly in such cum> made and provided.
JOHN A. ARMSTRONG.
New Castle County, Sept. i'.*t.h,l874
tho application of RUSE DOUGH
tratrix ol Patrick D«.ugherty.
id Couuty. i
late <»1 New Castle Hundred, i
detea. ud, it if-ordered and directed by the
Register that Administratrix atoresaid,give
notice of tho grunting of Lcttcis Adminis
the date of granting thereof, by causing a
vertisements tw be posted within forty days
from the date *>t such Letters, iu six of the
most public places of tho County ot N
Castle, requiring all persons having demands
against the Estate, to prêtent tho same, «»r
abide hy un Act ol Assembly insuch case ma«le
d provided. And aUocause tho same to he
inserted within the sa
the K."tute of the deceased,
wure Gazette, h newspaper published in
Wilmington, and to he continued therein
Given under the hand «nd Seal of«
^L.s.l Office r.i the Register al«»rc8»id, nt
'' New Castle, in New Castle County
* above written.
B. GIBBS, Register.
All pcrxonB huvingeluims against the Es
tate ol the decoded must present the same
duly attested to the Administratrix, on
September Unh, 1875, orabido the Act
of Assembly in such c;l<*o made and provided.
A.IJren—Ner,* ( .1 li.', L>tl
Opened ,hU duy. a ehoico assortment of
Merino Underwear, Ac.
elegant aiutorLuicnt of
KMBROIDKRKI) ZEPHYR WORK.
WOOL DEN YARNS.
NOT IONS, Ac., a<*.
t*. II. STAAT*,
No* 41? Market Htrcct
SEW AliVr KTISEMEKTS.
AGENTS» WANTED I Oil
Prof, fowler's tireat Work
Manhood. Wmnnnliond. «»»*1 Gwm
ntar-relalioni ; hove, il» ,]j
Aren's are soiling Iroin 1 * '«» *•'
d terms to
Send for npeei
Aleuts, nnd se«» why it
book. A «Uris 4
DISHING O h. Philadelphia. »*
so'lVtaster than **r»y
. NATION Ah PUB
egg . •<
"«V r„ J
iss B *
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H 5 *2 »■ m
/. f c MB
J è a 1 Ï
SCHOOL OP MEDICINF.
next Annual Scs«i«»n will ,0 *
1. 1874. and end February ^•th. im
Hospital and Special on ! General Dic
pensaries furnish ample •untcrial I
Instruction. For catalogue,, w it.i in
t lostriictmn. rocs,
?ost of living, Ac., address .. _
j. e. Lindsay, m. d . Dean.
ORDEN TOWN (N. .1.) I'EMALK OOh
LEGE.—Thorough instruction. IIcaltn
and bcautifal location One of the most
carefully -conducted and best sustained In
stitutions in Fie State. For „tcriws, etc . ad
dress Kev. JOHN 11. bhAKKbEY. Ph. D.
Peach Trees ! Peach Trees!
New and beading Kinds.
iH mul SAO |i«-r 1,000? I««, hy 10,000
Send for Cataioirue of frees «ml |.'«nts--my
g. JOS1A1I A. DÜBBRT8.
1'aoi.i. Chester County. 1*
own grow I
per (lay at home. Terms free. A«l
dress Gko, stinsun A Co., Ih rtland
tccil to »Mal
$77 !r i ;',t. ,5 |
VICKERY & CO.. Augusta. Maine.
A WKF.K cua .
nnd Female Agents, in their
Costs NOTHING to
. P. O
JORDENTOWN (N. J ) FEMALE COL
1> LEGE. 1 horough instruction. Health*
lui und beautiful location. Ono of the me st
carofully-condu« teil a*>«l best sustained insti
tutions in the Stati*. For terms, ct<', address
Rkv. JOHN 11. DRAKELKY. Ph. D.
FIFTH & LAST GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF TilK
rilliMI! UlllilllV or KÏ.
Kiminber 3011«, 1371.
I>B^V7INÜ UF.ETA1N at that DATE
LIST OF GIFTS :
ON K G R A N D C AS11 G 1 FT.
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT.
ONE GRAND CASHGIFT
ONEGKAN DCASH GIF V
ONE GR AND CASH GIFT,
r » CASH GIFTS |::o.i*00
lo CASH GIFTS It ooo each.
IS CASH GIFTS lO.oOO each.
20 CASH GIFTS fi.irKJ each.
?'» CASH GIFTS 4 i«H)each.
;y»CASH GIFTS 3,o*)0 each...
f»o CASH GIFTS 2.0UO each.
100 CASH GIFTS 1,1)00 each..
210 CAS* I GIFTS
rw cash gifts
IO.IHiO CASH GIF IS
Grnnd T«*t..l 20 OOO Gift.«, all rash..
PRICK OP TICKETS :
11 WHOLE TICKETS fur
22 'i TICKETS lor.
12 ) 0.000
.1 .non «
Tick «■* I.n I iriformalidD. uddross
THOS. K. BUAMliETTE,
Agent and Dialing«r.
Public Library BuiMing. Louisvilln. Ky.
T Y- D NORMANDIE,
Xo. ,70!? Market Street.
Having resolved to
«'CONTINUE THE BUSINESS^»,
Will keep hi.* stock of
China. Glass and Queensware.
Rilver & Bilver-platect Waie.
VASES, LAVA WARE. ETC.
und elegant design.
|J , etc ,
Up to its
, T« :
Everybody can be tuited.
THE OLD STAND-302 MARKET STREET
•T. C. F< HtO,
UM MAKUEL' 8THKIÜT,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Stoves- Ranges. Healers.
riain and Fancy Tin Waro,
House Furnishing Goods, Generally
Metal Roofing and Spouting,
Repairing end Jobbing done promptly Lnd
Spring and Summer Stock at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
ARK OFFERED AT COST.
John S. Moreland,
N. W.Cor, Fourth & I'opiar Sis.
A large and well selected stock ol Ladies',
d Miiscb' Roots and Gaiters,
which ho is selling cheap for cosh.
ork receives special at
tention. Tho best material guaran
teed to all.
Repairing promptly attended to. jefi-dly
**HluiH«lon, and He',- .
<lrr thll claMiamt»«» **■" ,
ll.hfil »t 01 .I» Thr«« C««l. |..r lint
for raeh Inter lion.
■ «•«I a Taylor
ANTED—A boy win* ' •
Cylinder Pres • Api*I
. liis « iViee.
ANTED —Wilmington Coat Gas Fl«" k
j* iiJret».i * IV' Gaxotte letter box
livessf. affliva no v,s
'kTOTICK—1. Michael Connell, in oomph
3| ance with the requirements ot ihe act ;»l
Assembly in such esse inode and provide«!, «io
hereby give notice that I ("hall apply in writing
t«» the Court of Gencrnl Sefsions «»f tho 1'
cd Jait Delivery «»t the State of Delaware in
nd for the County of New Ciistio upon Mon
«lay,the 10th day of November nex«. A D .
1874, being the first day of the next Nov
her Term of the said Court. tor a Li-en*
keen an Inn or Tavern at No. oi» >\ est | mul
reel, in the First Ward «•! the City ot t\»l
ington, Delaware, and to '« 'I intoxicating
in less quantities than ore quart, t«» be
d 1 1» e foil
drunk. , ,
h Mers lecommend the su»«i
Phillip G. Plunkett,
s J. Pormctt,
is bra lley.
U. W. birnie,
Ih nry Bradley,
Ueo. 11. Mamie.
Fro lerick Weil
August Asehei bud»,
Uuuiel McCu«kt r.
John N. b
Win. C nvey.
1 rancir K c:U*y.
Midi A Eb CONN1 bb.
OTICK.—I, EDWARD SILC0X. Jr. in
pliance with tho requirements «*f the
act of Assembly insuchca.se madoand pr«»vidid
do hereby givo notice that 1 shall apply in
writing, to tue Court of General Sessions «»t
I ho Peace nnd Jail Dolivery of the Mato« t
Delaware, in and for the county of New l as
tie. upon Monday the 16th day of Noverabn
next. A. I).. 1S74. being tho first day of the
next November term of tho said Court, for a
License to keep an Inn or Tavern, known as
thu Odessa Hotel, in the town of Odcs'a
School District No-6l; in St. Georges Hun
dred, and to sell intoxicating liquors in less
quantities than one quart, to be ilrunk on the
premises, and tho following freeholders re
commend tho said at plication, to wit :
J J. Callahan.
Hauiucl W. Enos,
Wm b. Croit,
Jacob X Gremining« r,
W it—James b. Curry
Richard !.. Mculry.
F. A. llyatt,
J. L. Gibson
Win. A. Cochran,
N OTICE — I. John Keenan, in compliance
with tho act of Asacmidy in Mich cases
ado ami provided, do hereby give notice
that 1 shall apply in writing, to tho Court «»1
General Sessions ot the Peace an«l Jail De
livery of the State <>« Delaware, in and lor
the County «»f New Castle, upon Monday, the
16th day of November, A. D., 1874, being tlie
first day of the next November Term ot the
said Court, tor a License to keep an Inn or
Tavern at tho Rising Sun. in the town ol New
Castle, in Seho«>l District No, 4Ö. and to sell
intoxicating liquors in less quantities than
one quart* to bo drunk on the premises, ami
tho foHowing freeholders recoinmcnu the sum
application, to wit:
W m. II. Canu,
Geo. M bitfield,
James Wil mot,
Wm. llolschumackcr, John J. Black,
N OTICE.—1, Michael Mulligan, in . 111111 . 11 -j
unce with the requirements ol the act
of Assembly in «ach case made and provide«!.
do hereby «rive notice that 1 shall apply in;
writing to t.»e Court of General Sessions «d
the l'eace und Jail Delivery of the State <1
Delaware, in nnd lor the County of New
Cnstje,upon Monday, the 16th day ot Novel»»
her next. A. D., 1874, being the first «lay ol the
next November term of the said Cou» t, l<r a
license to sell intoxicatipg liquors in tiumi
tities not less than one-hall gallon, in my own
house, in the town of Delaware City, in School
District No. 52, Red Lion Hundred* County
ami S^ ite aforesaid, and the following tree
holders rtcommena tho said application, to
J. B Bigger,
Geo. \V, Reybold,
J. M. Craig,
t Wm. Davidson,
^ Wm. Morris,
John J. Mcssig,
Luc Hunte» .
Dhillip X Borscr,
Wit-'lhos. 0'N« i 1.
Lew is Laboub,
William X Doagbeily
Thom»« X O'Neill,
Wit—Peter Mill»« u .
OTICE.—I. Mary McCann, i
ance with the act of Assembly in such
s»b made and provided, do hereby give no
nce that I ."hall apply in writing t<» the Court
«d General öcsiions ol tho Peace und Jail De
livery of the State of Delawure, iu nn«l for Ihe
County of New Castlo. upon Monday, the loih
day ot November. A. D . 1871. being tho tir t
day of the next November Term ol tho said
Court, fora License t«» keep an li
at No. 4.8 West Front Street, in the First I
Ward, of tho City of Wilmington, Delaware,!
und to «ell intoxicating liquor* in les<
titie* than one quari, to bo drunk on the j
premises, und the tollowing freeholders recom
mend the said application, to wit ;
Hugh Sweeny, James Ga»ey,
Daniel McCusker, Michael M« Donr.tll,
James McKenna, Joseph Foot,
Patrick Hasson, Patrick Lully.
Joseph Adams. Alexander Gillespie
James Carrigan, John Alircn-.
John Fillben, John McCluskry,
JohnMealey, Patrick Newell,
or l a *.
N OTICE — I, Peter Spahn, in compliance
with the requirements »,1 tho act of As
sembly in such case made and provided, «]•• i
hereby give notice that 1 shall appy in writing «
to tho Court of General scfsiona ot tho Peace
Jail Delivery of tho .^tato ot Delaware, ]
in and for tho County of New Castle, upon j
Monday, tho 16th day ol November next. A. ;
D , 1874 being the first duy ot the next No-j
veuiber Term of tho nai«l Court, l«*r a License
Inn or Tavern, at No. 811 West
Second ftrect, in the Tenth Ward of tho City
«d Wilmington, Delawaro, and to fell intoxi
cating liquors in le s «luautiticH than
quart, to he drunk «m the prenPsci*. and the
tollowing freeholders recommend said uppli
cation, to wit :
John J. Scarles,
Paschel II. Peterson,
John M »*1 Ion,
Koh't C ittiiiKhuin,
Datrick W. Reynolds,
PE 1ER SPA 11 X.
Timothy, Clover and Orchard
FINE MIXED LAWN. WHITE L'UTCll
CLO VKK.tiKKE.N (UlASS.
DWAUF UERM AN WAX.DWARF WHITE
VETE. DARK HKD EGYPTIAN, BAS
TIANS SIMONS A OTHER BEET SEEDS.
EXTRA EARLY CARTER'S FIRST CROP
LAXTII8 ALPHA. LITTLE GPM,
FRENCH WRINKLED AND
TROPHY TOMATO. HANSOM LETTUCF,
With a fresh supply of reliable Flower an»'
SMITH à BREEN.
Fourth nn*l H.ipDy.
No.714 RING 0TRJUT r *
B OARDING.—Pleasant rooms aud
ing in a privato family at
JIASKS AM* liANKET.S.
MltS'l' N ATIONL IIAJN II
OF WlblW INOTON.
Depository of tho Publie Moneys,
« * 4 dJ.v»i«l .Slat < h
EDWARD LETTS. President,
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.
Paid up Capital*
FhiladelpVifj \ New lick Exol erge fu-*
nisheito i,r 1 < I »tors without charge
yt ar d ThurFdoya, at
S: :i> A. M.
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lit h; 118
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Tlir ViTlZ.VRS SAV.RtiS BARK
6U2 ü arket Street.
«c ; »*d I clruarj 23, 1?61.
i\ «• dciositsTdaily from 9 A. M
Tucrdny und b'aturdi»)
to f o'clrik.
A ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
(»I i n t«» r
U in. » P '•
1 • been regularly paid cn
rgmmatinn ol the bank.
m* ii ot the Manncers.thut
Is w ill bo conti
uro not withdrawn, they
• h deiosi»s. Thus pelmai
of n x PC
nnd it is
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!*• D NEVF.n . c 0 CHE AD
,t I El OM CO 'I I'KICi
BOOTS AM» SlK.l'S,
Crockery r.r.d Gbtsvvarc*.
TIi, grr atest v.ri.o tbe I.irgest nM.Ml
met -1 «.f roods i
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! 50 fi. Market Vlrcc-t. 50 «.
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WM. I'. SHARP.
Cor- 4th & Market Sis.;
Uax r. rued
It II ^
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■iu AND : FA SON ABLE
ilao 'borne 1»:» \ *• plcndid qualitiei ct
Bifi«.k Silk*. Japanese Silks,&c.
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(VI O II S R i f 2 ^ iOODS
j of tLo late i
A. ; Ala««, a Suit In
Aiwa 5 a
u L n i . I. a full Sicck of
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a« «t rouble il akr.'.
| DOMESTIC GOOER
A! the lourd rates
WM. IS. Si-ÎARF,
v «*. 31 S, !lh Market Ms.
V» ILMINGT0N. DEL.
Jas. E. McCain xky,
Late of Mxern À So*».
La<c of Philud'a.
116 MARliET STREET,«
McCARTU&Y & KENNEY,
The undersigned hog leave to inform thei
!: rien«ls und tho publie generally, thut they •
have commenced tho llpholsteiing lutine- >
in all its branches ut 416 Market rtrert.
Fine Furniture Upholstered with hett nm '
torial on«l woikmatiship.
CirpoU«, Muttings anl Oil CLths mado uni w
Flip Covors fi r Furnituro.
Window Shade* and Decorations,
spring. Hair aud Ilusk Mattresies.*
N. B.—Plana of Hall nnd mensurment «■! f
rooms free ol charge when wo make up the '
Orders by mail rolitnted.
I) AN IE 1. FAHR A,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. C£l King; Mrc«l,
^jrsp.no und Br'ck Work, Grading, ■
xncHured. jell-dJui \