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woek quouAtiüïu furnished by Mer
nek, Johnson A Co., 8. K. Cor. 6th and Mar
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Lehigh Valley.
Lehig h .N av igat ion.
O. l Crook.
Central Transportation.
LOUA L STOCK«.
Wilmington Coal Oan Company.
Nutionul liank of Delaware.
Union National Bank.
Kirnt National Bank.
Fanners' Bank.
National Bonk Wilm and Brandywine.
Delaware State Bond*.
Wiliningtou City Loan..
New Cantle Countv.*....
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q.ioUtUin« At the Brandywine Mill« lor
lour ana drain—Corrected Daily.
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l.?fM 8.60
Kamil y Flo
Extra Floar
Superfine Flour
Wheat.
Corn.
PHILADELPHIA CAT1LE MARKET.
Monday, Oct. 26, 5 P. M
Tho Market for beef Cattle was very dull
this week. and. with liberal receipts, prices
wero lower all around, tintes of common to
choice nt 8%a7%c„ and extra at 7%a7%c. Re
coipts. 4 r iC0 nead _ , A ..
Sheep were dull and weak. Sales ot 4%a
5%e. Receipts. 14,«60 head. _ ,
flogs were in fair demand nt |9« r 0u 10 for
corn-lod. Receipts, 6500 head.
6.66® 6.25
I 75<9l 30
95«.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
lot«l lor ihe Râble*.
Children fed on RIDGE'S FOOD will thrive
be strong audheaithy. and become little mod •
els of youihfnl strength and childish bounty.
apr2d6m
Concentrated Favoring Extracts
of Vsi.i'ls, Lea on. Or-ingo. Roso. Bitter Al-
mond. Ginger, Mao», Celery, eto., etc . made
-d ( o.dAo 1 ,..u. fi ^ç..i^ sT4 co.,
CorLcr Sixth and Matk.l nrcata.
Find Nalatl Oil
1 or iale br
E. «KINGIH1HST * CO..
C.ooer bixlb >n0 M.rket llrecU.
Uruillc'« Hlr.culou. Cure for Corn.
An English remedy of treat putularity. lor
it moving 001 .'pjuiïufiÜMST <f CO..
Auotbeoaries.
Mark
Cerner Sixth and
FI»« Nall BcUaors
Currtd and rtratsbt. Nail Biushti, Hand
S 5 ?ïi* lu, '
Comer t ixib »ad Market streets.
et streot«.
Vnullla UcMUtt
" M --'•"^ÄVniH.STACO.,
trhixtb snd Market tilreeir,
Con
ALFRED WALTON. Dru«gi«t. No. p*.
Musket street lesp.etlully udoriuabisfneuds
und tho r-ubllc in yepe!* 1 that be keel « cp
î rifts h 1.1. ■. »n »i ih»t »i«».
,t.a bat nu chine« i»;
... pik» ut ibe ami
tbey » uuM |.av «i.y-ber
uo one is visited at tte r n«i
'loiifli n
a full assortaient of ull Hix»*s. includiug
duubl. umgpifyin«. *«. 1N(1 „„ Kaï 4 co ,
ul M iirket atreuls.
ceptthe icgu
.1
il e HMiue pi i' e
h else; but that
deuces.

Corner of Sixth
I F YOU are defiiou« of Laving a good fit
or of getting the boat ready made good»,
go to
John S. Moreland's
BOOT AND SHOE
EMPORIUM.
N.W. Cor.Fourlb & Poplar Sis.
WILMINGTON.
measured but once, ^jf««
custom wtok Ml
There >
yet the fit i« perfect i
No vexatious second trials
agreeable talesmen .
Give him a caM and he Bati. neu.
jert-dl V
DELAWARE FIRE
Insurance Company,
Ao. (SON Market Street,
W1LUINUTUN. DLL.
Charter Perpetual
Incorporatad 1H26.
Indurance for a term of years, or
Perpetual InBuranoeo at Oraatly
Reduced Rates.
1.0MM promptly adjuateil «nd P»id.
lnEur.nue »,«in»t low or dania.e by Ur. u
cw iui guy other company.
DIRECTORS'- ,
w in. Canby,
Win.M Canby,
W. G. Gibbons.
Geo. W- Bush,
Geo. W. Stone.
WILLIAM CANBY. P |{M|,
F. L. Gilpih. Secretary Pr29- 76
. sparks,
> Barry,
Geo. W
Francia
Wui.lL tiwia.
Job R.Tatum
The Hew Dastleueuniy
mutual
Insurance Company,
No. 602 Market Street,
INSURES AGAINST FIRE,
Buusea and ail othôr kinds
of Buildings with their con
tents,
fer period« of time varying from 3 months
to a term of years
MxNiOXBB:
william Cakbv,
Geo Kichabdson.
Wili.iim Tatnall.
James Urapford,
Johm Guter. 8am l Cakbv.
Chab. w. Howland. Clement B. Smith,
Kdw'd Brinuhurht, James Kiddle,
Edward T. Bellah, A. P. Shannon.
Ahbton Richardson, Geo. 11. Bates.
M. M. Clbaykr.
WILLIAM TATNALL. Pres't.
SMITH, Beo'y. '-bl6
BAML
0ARDING.— Pleasant rooms and board
i^l^'rtr^ÄLNGETKEE
B
i*U
1
FIRST EDITION!
Sewing School,—T he children'« Sew
ing School will resume its duties on Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the large
school room corner of Fifth and King
streets. Children desiring admission
should attend at 1J o'oloek. Teachers and
scholars at 2 o'clock.
Personal.—H on. N. li. Smithers, of
Dover, has gone to Washington, D. C.,
where he will engage in the defenso of
Richard Harrington, Esq., who is con
nected with the famous safe burglary
case. Mr. S., was admitted to practice
at the Washington I ar a few days ago.
Real Estatl »Sales.—T ho mill prop
erty, late the estate of Joel Smedley,
deceased, in Fulton township, Lancaster
county, Pa., consisting of grist and saw
mill and seventy acres of land, w r as sold
at public sale, on the 14th instant, to
John W. Smedley, one of the heirs, for
$8,425. On Monday, at public sale, Mr.
Samuel F. Daily sold his farm of 191 i
acres, in Chester county, Pa., to Mr.
Minshall Fainter, for the*
per acre,
auctioneer.
1
of $109.25
James E. MeFurlan was the
Mad Dog.—Q uito an exaitemont was
created on Walnut street above Eighth,
last, evening, by the appearance of a
rabid dog, which secreted itself in the
cellar of tho house occupied by a Mr.
Hanby. The animal was Anally shot by
the officers after a tedious watch of two
hours or more for him to make his ap
pearance from the cellar -no one being
willing to attack lum while there.
Sales of Money.—L ast night at the
regular monthly meeting of Wilming
ton Loan Association, $500 sold at 34|
percent, premium, $500 at 344 and
$500 at 344.
The following sales were made by
the Frankliu Loan, Monday evening:
$1,400 at 29; 1400 at 27|; $1,000 at 2^,
and $3,000 at 25. $700 were with
drawn.
*
The Stoddaet Company. -M r. J. H.
Stoddart, supported by an excellent com
pany, gave a hue performance at the Op
era House, last night, before a small au
dience. The affecting and amusing com
edy drama, "Dearer than Life," was giv
en with good effect, and was followed bv
the laughable force, "Lie L'on Parle
Français." The performance was enjoy
able throughout, and this evening's en
tertainment should be witnessed by a
large audience.
Sunday School Institute.—T he Sun
day School Institute opened at Grace M.
E. Church, yesterday, and was largely at
tended. The addresses were exceUent in
their character, and were attentively
listened to. There were also a good at
tendance this morning.
The Institute will continue this after
noon and evening, when addresses will
be delivered, as follows:: How to study a
Sunday School Lesson, Rev. G . A. Lati
mer; Lesson with Primary Class, Mrs. G.
A. Phoebus; The invisible Blackboard,
Lev. J. M. Freeman; Model School, the
some; Sunday School Sociables, Rev. G.
\V . I* ol well; The Superintendent; Rev. J.
M. freeman, Tho Teachers Week Day
Work, Rev. J. O. Sypherd; Bible Customs
and illustrations, Rov. J. M. Freeman,
i ne exercises will close with a Sunday
Aive Feast and singing.
The Street Market.
In the street market, thi:
quite
the array of vegetatio
profuse and inviting. The weather b
ing tine, a vast attendance
suit, and tho demand
Prices range as follow»:
Rutter, 40, 43 and 45 cents per pound ;
roll. 30 to 33 do; effgs. .33aild 35 per dot.;
ehiekens, 60 and $1.25 per pair; apples,
9 and 15 per half |S*ek,or 75 to$l a bush.;
pears, 8 and 2"
and 20 do, or $1
sweet potatoes
tomatoes, 8 cents do;
per dozen; cabbage, 2 ;
per string; land .
bunch; honey, 35 p«:r pound; smeurea.se,
5 per bowl; grapes,5 to S per pound, tur
nips, 7 to 10 per half peek ; egg-plants,
3 to 10 per piece; chestniit-i, fro
15 cts. per quart
Beef, 12 and 25 per pound; veal, 10 and
20 do; mutton, 8 and 16 do; liver, 10 do;
lard, 10 and 12 do; ham, 18 und 20 do;
pickled ]x>rk, 10 and 12 do.; sausage, 14
und 16 do.; scrapple, 8 do.
Heinoeratie Meet inf/ at Miihttc
town.
Sch,..d I
morning,
resented.
lively np|M'
•uiicc
hi
i ■
the i
date«M,
■hit.*, 10
51.1« per bushel ;
I
I
d
per half peek;
li. 10 and 12
i
per head;
5 and 8 u
onions
10 to
On Monday night Middletown was tho
scon«* of one of the most spirited meet
ing of tho campaign. Amid strains of
music and tho firing of cannon tho peo
ple of til. Georges' and the adjacent
country assembled by hundreds and
crowded the square in front of Maxwell's
hotel.
meeting was ailili
quent and stirring spoeclu
The
icd in elo
by Alex. B.
Cooper, George Gray, 1. C. Grubb and
Samuel Townsend, Ksq.
The greatest enthusiasm prevailed,
and it was midnight before the speaking
closed and the meeting adjourned.
The interest manifested gives a sure
promise of a majority iu St. George's
Hundred for
whole ticket.
Middletown, October 27,1874.
Cochran, William : and the
Pot ire Cases.
Louisa Muody, for using abusive und
insulting language towards Sarah Wil
liams, was required to pay coats and
give bail in the sum of $200 tn keep tho
peace.
Last night, Ben Smith, anegrol»oy,
threw a large stone into the Democratic
meeting at Fourth ind French streets.
Mr. John N. Ogle saw tho dastardly act
and promptly brought Ben to the City
Hall. He will be tried this afternoon.
, .
tf 1
Bark Ball.—A match gauio of, baso
hall wan pluyod, on Saturday, between
the employees of the carri tpe factories of
C. W. Horn and Burton A Kerbaugh. The
former won tho game in a score of 45 to
11.
K. of P.—The Grand Lortge'ot Delaware,
K. of P., is in uesston to-day, nt K. of P.
Hall, No 211 market street.
STRAY WAIFS.
Beautiful weather we are haying.
Union Loan Association meet« this
evening.
The Coroner complains that his busi
ness ia dull. Very good.
All who visit the Exposition
lighted with the display.
This time next week you'll know who
our next Governor is to lx*.
For good goods and low prices, Frank,
at 511 Market street, takes the lead.
Auction sales at Chambers' 312 Mar
ket street, every Tuesday and Friday
afternoon at two'clock—bargains
Winter goods will be sold.
re dc
m
Ano,her amnd Itnn -'
MAKa UXBTINO AT FOURTH AND FRENCH
STREETS-L1ROE ATTENDANCE AND UOOD
SPEECHES—FINE 8TKHET PARADE.
Last night, arousing meeting of the
Democracy of Wilmington was held ut
Fourth and French streets.
A stand had been erected at the south
east corner, and around this stand, long
before the arrival of the speakers, an
immense crowd collected. And they not
only collected, but waited patiently until
the speakers arrived.
Harlier in the evening a parade was
up by the Hayartl Democratic Club, of
Sirth Ward, andthe Cochran k Wil
liams Clubs of the Second and Tenth
Wards. These Clubs, numbering between
live and six hundred, bearing flags, torch
es and transparencies, and headed by a
band, marched olound the principal sts.
of the city, passing by the plaeo of meet
ing, whero heart y cheers were exchanged
The procession was greatly^adwired, the
neat uniforms and generally fine appear
ance of the men, as well as their orderly
bearing, excitiug much favorable com
ment.
The meeting at Fourth and French
streets was called to order shortly after
8 o'clock, by I. C. Grubb, Esq., on whose
motion an organization was effected by
the election of the following officers :
President—Lewis R. Paynter.
Vice Presidents—First Ward
1 lie
John P.
Springer; Second, Win. Baroford; Third,
Geo. O'Neill; Fourth, James P. Hayes;
Fifth, A. Given; Sixth, Win. McMena
uiin; Seventh, LewisR. Springer; Eighth,
Armand Chaytor; Ninth, Wm. Thatcher;
Tenth, 1). J. Menton.
Secretaries—Merris Taylor, Roht. II.
Taylor.
Hon. Eli Saulbhury, our junior U. S.
Senator, was introduced as the first speak
er, and was greeted with three hearty
cheers.
Senator Sau Is bury then proceed to de
liver a most exhaustive and able address,
in which ho thoroughly discussed all the
issues. State and National, that are in
volved in the present canvass, lie com
menced by congratulating the Democra
cy of Wilmington upon the gallant vic
tories they had recently gained over,
Radicalism and "Ring Buie,'' and hoped
they would supplement these glorious
charges by a decisive and disgraceful rout
of the enemy'3 forces on the 3d day of
November.
He then proceeded to review, care
fully and thoroughly, the National
issues which bear so directly upon our
State canvuss ; lie reviewed the Civil
Rights Bill, is provisions and penal
ties, and as its passage is certain in the
event of the next House of Represen
tatives being Republican, he urged
his hearers to do all in their power to
send to Congress from Delaware a man
opposed in toto to this iniqutious mea
sure.
He further referred to the base op
pression of the people in the Southern
States by the Radical party, and pro
tested against Delaware being placed
in the same horrible condition as South
Carolina and her sister States.
The Honorable gantlemau also devo
ted considerable attention to State
affairs. He referred to our State debt,
the noble purposes for which it was
contracted, and the rapid munner in
which it was being paid off, without
oppressing our people with onerous
taxation. IL 1 alluded to our honest
and economical State government,
which costs, under Democratic ofll
dais, but $30,000 or 133,000 per year,
Rhode Island, the yearly
while i
amount expended for printing alone
amounts to far more than that sum.
In this way, the speaker, proceed to
show how faithfully the Democratic
officials were observing their trusts
and conducting the affairs of State,
and closed by advising all present to
d > all in their power to keep our little
State in the bands of such honest, cap
able and ecomical rulers.
The whole speech was listened to
with the greatest attention, and the
speaker was heartily cheered from time
tine. •
I. ('. Grubb, rettcl from the Gazette
a list of the Democratic meetings tobe
held during the week, after which
Charles B. Lore', Esq., of this city, was
introduced.
Mr. Lore spoke for half un hour, in
his usual effective and Interesti
style, lie referred to the manner in
which some Republicans advocate the
Civil Rights Bill in principle, but op
pose it in pructice, and after announc
ing the infamous measure in deserved
terms, entertained his hearers with a
plain and practical discussion df Ht-utc
affairs. lie urged every Democrat to
do his utmost to keep our Rtute under
honest, economical, white rule. His
address was loudly applauded.
■iMr. Lore was followed by William
Reynolds, Esq., who made a brief but
stirring address.
James Williams, Esq., our candidate
for Congress, was present at the meet
ing, but on account of the lateness of
the hour when the other speakers con
cluded, he made no remarks.
With cheers for the speakers and
the entire Ktnte ticket, the meeting
adjourned.
ng
REPUBLICAN MEETING.
A large jtopublican and negro meet
ing was held ut Seventh and Lombard
streets, last evening, ami was addressed
by Dr. William t\ Davidgou, of Mil
ford, Levi C. Bird, Esq., of this city,
and others.
THE GRAND KALI. Y TO-NIGfIT.
To-night at the City Hall, tho Ger
man Democrats of the city will lie ad
dressed by Theodore Dittmann, Esq.,
and Paul Kitterlinus, Esq., two clo
quent speakers from Philadelphia.
Fir m end LAST «IFA* CONCERT
IN AID Or THE
Public Library of Kentucky.
A CARP TO THE PUBLIC.
The management have determined to hare
tho drawing of tho Fifth and last Gift Con
cert of the Public Library ef Kentucky on
tho 30th day of November next. We believe
1 w that all the tickets will bo sold, und that
o drawing will be a lull one; but whether
sold or not, the drawing will neverthe
less certainly come off on the day Appointed.
The special obleet of this cord is to call a
meeting of the ticket holders at Public
brary Hall, on tho 80th of November, to make
arrangomonte iu conneotion with the commit
tee appointed by tho Trnstees to superintend
tho counting of tho tags representing
numbers of-tickets sold. While there is
actual necessity lor tho presenoa of ticket
holders, ns under onr arrangement« tho inter
ests of ull uro equally cared lor, v«tat the earn o
time I would greatly prefer that as many of
those interested as can. would attend this
meeting and tee each for himself how perfeotly
lair and impartial the distribution must be
livery urrunpeunent bus been made for the
drawing-bat little mof o than a month rc
le of tbo remainder of the
cr is done must bo done
Thus. E. figAMLirriE,
. Agent and Munngt r.
1 Lculsvlllo, Ky., Oct. SI, IST*-27-2t
il.
all
Li
tho
nuins lor the aa
tics cts. and wba*.
promptly
FOR HARM AND RENT:
F OU SALE—F<
three-story Brick House*.
v square.
Jbatiuitially
bail/and furnished with all (lie
vanieiioes. with water inside and ont.
No, 110 contain« 9 rooms ; No 112 »oven
rooms; No. 116. ten rooms: No. 118. corner,
ten rooms. These houses will bo sold very
low for ru^h, or on very reasonable terms,
part payment.
Also.
completed,
Also, a seven rooitied ho
new and finely finished
Twelfth
eet, opposite . the cit
homos
ni!
M
liih
Une tlirefl-story Inick bouse, iust
Tulnull i-trect.
•r Eleventh.
It St
ms. t
DANIEL II. KENT.
. £05 to 213 Shipley htreet.
Ftrcet.
«opSOtf
N<
510 Jeffer:
I
OR SALK.— Tne Hope Building and Loon
Association. in
ten.
Hering share«, in
Apply to
JNO. F. MILlKII Sert'y.
apr4-eod .N. E. Cor. of'3rd and Market Sts
4(b
F OR RENT—New House. No. 1421
Harrison street, eleven rooms,
all modern impiovcuient*. bay win
Possession at
re ut Mil Harrison
feb2*»-tf
: hi
«■
(lows, Ihre« stoiic«. -
once if deiiruJ. I haul
street.
ItPiiiNfrrN Order,
Ukgibtkh's Office.
New Castle Countv, Oct 21st. 1874.
Upon the application of .1
nnUJamcH B. Yeung, Executes of MARY
B. COUPER, lute ot New CtiHtle hundred,
in said
t B. Oronme
ly, deceived : it i« ordered and
directed by the Register tbut the Executor*
aforesaid give noticeofthe granting of Let
ter« Testamentary upon tho Ertato of tho de
ceased, with the date of granting thereof,
by causing advertisements t > he posted
within, forty days If
Letters, in six of the most public places
of the County of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands ayuiust thu
täte to present the same, or abide by
Act of Assembly in stieb ca*e made and pro
vided. Andulsociiuse the .«atme to be insert
ed within the same period in the Deia
«luzctte.auewuui.tr published in
Wilmington, and to be continued therein
three weeks.
the «late of
•I,
i:
f -Given under the hand and Seal ol
Il.B.mXUcc r*f the Register aforesaid, at
New Castle, in Now Castle Co
aforeaid, the day a nd year above written.
Li. GIBBS, Iiogistei.
ty
NOTICE.
AHpersonshavingolaiius against the Es
tnteotch deceased must present tho rame
duly attested to the Executors u
Uot. 21st, 1x75, or abide tho Act of Assembly
in such case made and provided.
JAMKSB GK00ME,
JAMES B. YOUNG,
Mil
—.Ttimc8 B. Young, 44 S. 3d ?
r .1 «mes U. Oroomo. Eiliton.
bcfi
Ad.ii
t. l'bila
, Mil
oct2loi.il Jw
^JRLAT SALE OF
RIBBONS,
AT
m l LicarGNor/iN'j
So *iaO DSoikcl SilcKt,
WILMIN3T0N, DEL..
8ATUUDAY, OCTOBER LOih
Tho Largest Stock of
ribbons
Will opun
Ever oiTerLtl at retail The hit euibrac
thousand tbreo hundred and toriy
pieces, in all widths I rum No. • to S •, i
ini.
clud
FANCY SAtill RIBBONS.
All whl ba sold at a unite
Pi ice of
«5 CENT« PEL' YARD,
FOR CASH ONLY.
The sale will commence Tuesday tho 2« lb
in*t.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN.
cctlU
2 GMaiket titrcct.
NEW BOOKS !
AT £. S- R. BUTLER'S
BOOK, »STATION FRY A D NKWSPAFF.il
48() M
Welt Lawn..
The Structure ol Ancient Lit
IheOld Woman that Li veil in
Ant ny Brade .
The T
Ur.ole .loiin..
Chaste as Ice. Sui
By titil! Wate is...
Holden witli the Cords.
Idolatry.
Brock ley M
Anecdote, Biography of Thackeray
ugil dickens.
Outol the liurly-Bury.
New Books received as toou
hot Street,
...Cloth, 41
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stiOC.tlo

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of the World
... <1
u
1 ft
tin.
do
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do
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1 5
1 5t
i« issued.
J O ST RECEIVED A LAKUK STOCK HE
FALL AND WXNTKtl UOOLM.
CHINA !
T Y- DoNORMANDÏE
No, 30*1 Mar kit Street ,
Having resolved to
Z AJ*CONTINUE THE BUSINEtiAta.
Will keep his stock ol!
China. Glass anti Quccnsware.
Silver & Bilver-plated Ware.
VASKS. LAVA WARB, ETC.
Up to it« old .standard for fullue««
Dinner Sets, Tea .j
and elegant design.
d vu riot y
Seta, etc., i
tety
Everybody can be suited.
*rilE0I,D STAND—302 MARKET STREET
?
JAMES BRADFo RD.
ntm, OILS, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS.
Cftmant and Calcined Plaster^
Paint«,white lead, rctl le»d, white zinc, iron
paint, lubricating oil«, limeed oil. »portn
oil, lard oil. neats foot oil, coal oil. Tilden A
Nephew's varnishea. Eng'ieh varninbe», alco
hol, tnrpentice. paint railo. paints roady
mixed, artist«' material«, wax flower if. uteri
als.decalcomania pictaren.all kinds of foreign
and domestic glas», »t ai nod. ornamental ond
epgraved ; coaeh painters' material, Etono<
enlors. ladders ot digerent lenctbs, ready
glased each, gold leaf, bronzes, vcrmillions,
ooking glass plates.
Nos.6 ox.d.8 Fact Third St.
WILMINGTON. DEL.
. N - B.—Particular attention paid to Kiouee
and Nil Ip fainting, Man Writing,Jtc.
-- AI'l
MARTIN JOHNSON,
BOOK-BINDER.
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER
Magazines, Music and Publications of all*
kina bound at the lowest rates
Back Number*of -periodieDs êui plio.l .
tip sola I attention given to making Ac
count hooks of every viriety of Ruling and
Bindmv.
Satisfaction gniranteel. OrJsri Ly mail
willroceive prompt attention,
M l K im JCMJfftTOS,
No. 430 SHIPLEY STREET,
W3-73^tl Wilmington
SECOND EDITION
A FA TA L FA MIL Y JA R.
Monday evening, PhaMiix ville Ches
ter Co., was made the scene c f blood
shed and murder, in which Join Opp
man was killed, by his father in h
Hugh Matthews. The affair origina
ted in Matthew's and Oppcrman's wife
throwing stones at eacli other in a
drunken fray,and during which Opper
man appeared upon the scene and took
a hand in the fight. A stone thrown
by Opperman broke one of Matthew's
ribs, in return for which the devoted
father-in-law threw a stone which
struck Opperman on the forehead,
crushing it in, producing instant death.
The affair being regarded by the
fleers of the law, as an act or self-de
fence on the part of Matthew's, no ar
rest was made.
Matthews is, or used to be an ardent
admirer and expounder of the Mormon
faith, and is man probable 70 years of
age. ()pperman has always been a
drinking, boisterous character and dis
posed to make trouble when under the
influence of liquor.
er*
aw
Of
THE EXPOSITION.
Till RD NIUAT
IMMENSE ATTENDANCE
to-night's programme.
Last night, the attendance at the Ex
position was simply immense, the buil
ding being crowded up stairs and
down.
The only additional entry is four
and a-half pennyweights of gold dug in
California in 1850, by Richard Booth,
and entered by him.
To-night the Itallian Band will
form the following
per*
PROGRAMME.
PROMENADE CONCERT OF TIÏE ITALIAN
BER8AGLIERI RAND.
Gran Marcia..
Cavatina Alnava.
Data Fantasia.
Marcia Marsiglicsc,
Ernani, Cavatina,_
Solo for Baritono,
Star Spangled Banner,
Marcia Funebre, Trovntorc.
Mocking Bird,
Valserc Vasciello,
Stella Confidente,
Valserc.
Romanzo, Edwardo, Nils,
Marta Potpourri,
Tarietc di Polche,
Prof. Federigo Napouiello, Leader.
.... Verdi.
_ Rossini.
.... Rupicci.
Verdi.
Verdi.
.G. Ricci.
Have you purchased a ticket in the
Texas Gift Concert Association? If not
do so at once before it is too late. Call
on the local agent in this place, who
will furnish you with full information.
#,70,000 is worth tryingfor and either of
the other Gifts would certainly bo ac
ceptable.
Change in the Cabinet.
Now that the President's Long Branch
'-season is over, it is confidently asserted
that there will be a change in the cabi
net, ami that, before the first of Decem
ber.
and all heads of departments have pur
chased hugely of tickets for the next
* bund Gift Concert of the Public Libra
ry of Kentucky, to draw November 30,
and they Hatter themselves that they
will capture one or more of the large
prizes, which will make plenty of change
in the cabinet. t-eod-3t.
it i
known that the President
l.ttillee WleniuH t<» PnrrliaM a li«li
ing and Simple tiewins Machine, would
do well to cull at No. 713 Market Mreet.Wil
ul the nicest Fami
ly Sewing Machine« iu the world, it has n<>
eijuitl; it «ew« from the thickest to tho thineEt
material if desired witboutchange of needles.
Our hobby is simplicity, durability, light
running, end no threading-up required; «elf
Ibreading shuttle und self-setting needle.
tbly instalment, or a liberal
for cash. Lodi
ington, Del ,
d
Sold I
discount
dun'tbuy
heavy and complicated machine, but get
Iialu running New American.
7is Market tit. Wilmington. Del.
lyTdàwlv J. II. PRIMROSE. Agent
the
A!\tvs ICM EX TS.
Delaware Instilute
MECHANIC ARTS.
The First Annual Kxhibitien of the Dtl&~
itule of iMet-banic Arts will opeu
On Saturday Evening. Oct. 24fh.
At 6 o'clock.
in tho new building of Jume« Bradford. Esq
COR. OF THIRD AND KING STREETS.
i
ÄTOp
to in o'clock, P. M.
Tkkms <
liai y (except Sunday ) from 6 a. in
K A 1 MISSION :
EXHIBITOR'S TICKET (SEASON) 91.00
FafH, (not truiinferiblu, aud is*ued only
"-.hibitora.
SIN'llLK ADMISSION.
CHILDREN (under 1ft year«.
«5 CENTS,
■a CENTS:
Sunday school«, public and private sohooH,
a body, in day time, lO cents per
miQK
h.
d.
Package of »ix ticket« for 81.00. Tickets
lor »ale at the door.
24tf
^ WAND OPERA HOUSE.
FOR TWO NIGHTS,
Turstlay &U fdQesday,Ocl. 27&2S
The Renowned Comedian
MR- J. H. STODDART,
From W alio ek'd Theatre. New York, and his
SELECT COMEDY COMPANY,
Of New York Artiste.
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 27.
Fiii t performance here of tho splendid
Serio-comic Drama,
"Dearer Than Life."
Mit;hacl Garner. Mr. J.H. Stopdart
To conclude with the Great Stoddart SpecieIty
"ICI L'ON PARLE FRANÇAIS."
.Mr. J. 11. atoddart
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 28,
Tho elegant
Spriggiu«....
Society Comedy of
" A. ISreacii of Promleo."
Ebenezer Sudden.Mr. J.II. Stoddart.
To concludo with tho popular Comody in two
act?, entitled.
WOODCOCK'S LITTLE GAME."
.Mr. J. H. Stoddari.
Woodcock
Popular Prices.
Admirtaion, 6ü Ct« ; Balcouy. 3>;.Reseived
Seats. 75 Cli, to bo bad at Rouphm<*n. Thomas
& Co.'s. JOHN RICKABY.
oot23-41 Business Munagor.
N otice —naturalization,— in or:
der to vote at the next Presidential eke
«ion, tako out your first "paperä before the
second Tuesday in Novomber next- First pa
per« taken out at any time in the day, and in
the evening from 7.3d to 8.30 o'clock, before
the Clerk of the U. S. Courts, at his office,
second story Post Office Building. octl7toaç*10
THIRD EDITION.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS.
Democratic meetings will beheld as
follows :
The Democrats of the Sixth Ward
meet this evening, and the Fifth ward
Democrats to morrow evening.
The Germans will hold a meeting in
the City Hall, on Wednesday evening,
28th, at 7$ o'cl'k to be addressed by Paul
Ketterlinus, Esq.,and Theo. Dittmaun,
Esq., of Philadelphia.
On Thursday evening, 29th instant,
at 74 o clock, a meeting will be held hi
the City Hall, to be addressed by I. C.
Grubb, Esq., John O'Byme, Esq., and
others.
On Frida
o'clock at
»V evening 30tl> inat., at 71
_ . Sixth and Madison streets,
Sth Ward; Hon. William H. O'Brien,of
Philadelphia, John If. Paynter, Esq
and I. C. Unihh, Esq., will be the
speakers.
On Saturday evening,81st 7f o'clock,
a meeting will he held at the Green
Tree Hotel, Ninth Ward, to be ad
dressed hy Charles H. Lore, Esq.
George Gray, Esq., amt Walter Cum
mins, Esq.
Senator Thurman, of Ohio, and Hon.
Ihomas F. Bayai d will address the
Democratic ana Conservative citizens
of Wilmington, on Monday evening,
November 2nd, at 7* o'nlocb. Tho
place of meeting will be announced
hereafter.
^ r? I8TIANA Kally.—A meeting of
in Z emocra * s Kristian a Hundred
will be held at the William Penn Ho
tel, on Du Pout's Ranke, on Saturday
evening, at 74 o'clock. Addresses will
be^maao by Dr. Swithin Chandler,
William Reynolds, Esq., and Samuel
Iown8end, Esq, All who are in favor
of an economical government and the
supremacy of the white race are invited
to attend.
By order of the Executive Committee.
Theft of TuRKiss.—Yeaterday, Dan
iel Gooden, a colored exhorter of Christi
ana Hundred, was tried before Esquire
Frazer, on a charge of stealing six turkies
from Jeremiah Springer, of Christiana
"""«fed, on the 21st inst. Ho was held
to bail in the sum of $600, for appearance
at Court.
Henvtn»* First Lm la Order,- Regu
larity iu eating, sleeping and exercise, and
abstinence from such dangerous irritants —
alcohol and tobacco, teed to secure a long and
healthful life. But even a strict observance
ot these wholesome iules will not always avert
sicknefs. The best safeguard against epidemic
and other diseases in Ds. Walkeits Cali
fobnia V in co a r Bitters, which, by promot -
ing a regular and vigorous action of the di
gestive, secretive and excretive organs, keep
the body in tho beat pnsaiblo condition for re
sisting and repelling the causes of disease.
cct24-4wd*w
■ I
AIV IMMENSE
ASS0RTJ6ENT OF
Woollen Goods.
BLANKETS,
9-4. 1 -4 11 4. 12-4. 13-1,
IN WHITE. ECABLET, BROWN. & QBAY,
Dell end oxemiue them at manufacture.-'
Pfiees.
FLANNELS.
WHITE. TWILLED. QUAKER, PLAIN
4% do.
FRENCH 2% YARD WIDE,
Tb« fiaest ami be.-t
tadd silk embroidered
BLUE, SCARLET. GRAY. TWILLED AND
PLAIN
MEDICATED SHAKER FLANNELS
For iteuinalism. at prices that oannot be
beaten in this cr any other market.
GRANVILLE WORRELL
820& 822 Market Street,
Masonic Temp:«.
WILMINGTON, DEL
■ep!2
OmcBOF THE Dki.a w4be Railkoad Co. I
Dover, Del., Oct. 12th. 1874.
rrv) THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE DEL
L AWARE RAILROAD COMPANY.—
Notioe is hereby given that a met ting ot tho
Stockholders of the Delaware Railroad Com
pany will be held at Dover, on THURSDAY,
the 5th day of November. 1974. at 1 30 o'clock,
P. M., for the purpose of considering thp
terms and conditions of on agreement bo
tween the Delaware Railroad Company and
the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore
Railroad Company, providing for the guaran
tee by the latter Company of an issue of
Bonds, to the amount of six hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, ($656,600.) promised to
be made by the Delaware Railroad Company
and secured by mortgage on the road, for the
purpœeof providing means to pay tho loans
ling due J uly 1st. 1875, and also tor the pur
pose of ratifying the proposed extension of
the lease to tna Philadelphia, Wilmington
and Baltimore Railroad Company, as pro
vided lor in the original agreements between
he parti«« to the same.
By order of the Board of Director«.
M. HAYES,
becretary.
>
lal
octl3-2tawtm
DISTRIBU
'PAOU.UUy T E D. Grand Gilt
C.ncert in ujot the Ma.onio Heliet Associa
lion of Norfolk, Virginia, will take place
Ski i ember 3d, 1874.
Ahq Kentucky tiute Lottery for the benefit
ol the University of Faduaoh and Royal Ha
vana ot Cuba tickets for sale, prizes cashed
and circulars o! information sent free.
« a«- « JOSEPH BATES CO.
Pol* Office Box 4264. 196 Broadway. N. Y.
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OTHER PEAS.
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With A flrtth supply r-u.M, Finw.r anA
GulniSmiO, SMITH A BREEN.
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