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\ early subt.cr.bori. 13 in advance,!
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Th« Dklawab* Oxibtti. established 1784.
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Fxiday morning, at $2 a year, in advance.
C. L\ Johnson, Eoitok and Fbopeibtob
« ILStlStiTVS, DEI«« SOT. 17 1*74
The Electoral Vote,
The Commercial is endeavoring to keep
up its courage by talking about the elec
toral vote, which it pays the fourteen
weak States that were not carried by the
Democratic paity at tho late elections
are entitled to.
This is all "fudge;" it
is the old woman over again "counting
her chickens before they are hatched."
bo far the Republican paity is not enti
tled to p. tingle vote in the electoral col
lege; and it i3 only entitled to sixty
eight votes in tho House should the
choice of President go to that body.
Before an electoral vote is cast it has
ycb to be won and authorized by the
people. The Commercial claims X^urtecB
States; in these fourteen States it3T^ r -
ty has elected fifty »six members cf Con
, and the Democrats have
fleeted »eventeen, but taut paper claim»
that the State» bave been carried by its
y, and as they cio entitled to eiity
'.;t votes and votes tai
retore claims that the fcuiteen Slates
would c'iooso ninety-fot
This is the boldest
iinpudonco wo have yet seen advanced.
haaetta the people ail voted
as they would all have vot
M iiuvu cor
cd for an electox
ovals vo:i by over seven
The tamo veto v.
ried all the tloctor*.
Duller is called tho fairest typo of the
Radical Representative, and
worst beaten inui: in
etta. A d he is the craftiest and most
useful man to his corrupt and deserted
party, lo is he the most proper Keprosen
: on. in hL defeat the Republi
tv has its soverest Wow.
Two of tho fourteen Status tho Com -
mere i claims »11 its column wer« carried
by the Democrats—Massachusetts ui.d
It must, therefore, surrender
them, and its number ü thereby reducod
to twelve, and the Democratic States in
ercajcd to twenty-six. This gives the
Republicans 77 electoral votes and the
Democrats 230. But even this view of
the case is not warranted when scanned
by tho light of the late elections. Be
came that elections rendered doubtful
every S.uto which is claimed by tho Com
mercial, and there is
ty of t id candidate of the Radical party
bcin.; overwhelmingly defeated in 137C
than there was of the defeat of General
Scott and the Whig party iu 1852. The
party then carried four States,
and if the Democrats do what they
uhould in tho 44th Congress, namely, ex
the rascalities and frauds of the
Grant Administration and the 42d and
43d Congresses, wo do not belic'vo that
the Radical party will curry more than
four States in 1876. The military renown
of General Scott could not blind the peo
ple of this country ; nor will that of any
other may. be able to do so in 1876.
The Republican as a Vrophet •
Tho Republican is so favorably impress
oi with greenbacks that it thinks that a
hundred million dollars of them issued
for t»ie purchase of government bonds
would prevent the Democrats from elect
ing me next President.
If our neighbor wculd only
Ids party and Grant of the
assertion the hundred millions would
very soon be forthcoming
leaders are not so stupid as this. They
know that the people have - -nsc enough
to >now that the proposeu cure would
onfy add to the disease. There is too
the peuple demand a
a standard. Conli
ill not bo restored until this is
done, and there will be ro
truth of his
tell paper n
return to epscio
r «j arrive at a specie stand
ard. Tue next President wi!!, therefore,
according to the litpul'.ican' » views, be «
The Sew Lcser
. , footing of tho Council, last
«Df.it, tie plsa of Mr. Mow;» for tho
erection of a
reservoir half the size ol
projected and commenced was
.. t!,ü bxsty Lotion cf the
in UD ,"* ^-«fioniag the work iu August
tn ordor to «t
'--ro illegal r.cgro votes at
tiie city has been put to tn
X CXJT0M0 of perhaps JIJ.OOO
' " '" 0 ' CC|) - ISf this change it is said by
, ■ r ' n K,ni:-.v iu uborge of the work, the
' it y w i!] save aboat JiOO.OOO now, and of
cool so tlio interest of that
rounded for about twenty year», which
13 equivalent to $300.000. To tho Demo
crats cf U
credit cf cl
? Seventh ward is duo the
feat ing the Ring and saving
this great Bum to the city.
Tus New Sniranr.— Wm. II. Lamb
tun, K. q., moved into tho Slicrifl'« house
ut Lew Castle on Thursday, and entered
uru.i lue duties of his ofiice. Jfia com
trom th ® Oovemor was real ir.
cpi:n Cov t yestci'Jay, and h3 va? ou ac
tivr* à - ' T'.O lariv.. m-imritv i.,, .l-a
V. » "V 1 J majority by which
''ii'. Iiambson was elected showathathe
,. n ,i i „ .. i ,
.if 1 , j the , ^ople Tvhos»|
arc c<>alideut ho will sorve
with the utmost diligence and careful at
^, aud at the siae time evincs due
d regard for the feelings of
those who arc thrown witULi his ofllcial
action pr supervision.
It Can Only bt Saved by Moro Green
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY DOOMED.
The Editor of the Republican fairly
groans in agony over the inefficiency
| of the Radical party. Hear his awful
' prediction, ahould Congés not issue
more greenbacks :
b tv ._| no ..
A Word of Warning !
The result of the election» in the
different States should exert an influ
ence Oil the legislation of Congress at
its coming session. If something is
not done to improve the business of
the country, the Democrats will elect
the next President
•hall rise and set on the first Tuesday
in November, 1870. Men cannot live
without employment, and when times
are dull they hold that any change
will be for the better. It is idle to tell
them that sound financial policy re
quires a return to specie payment, or
that the inflation of the currency will
only put off the evil day for a time ;
that revulsion, failure and prostration
of trade will eventually follow all such
expedients. They must have bread
to-day for themselves and families,
and they are for any measure that
will insure immediate employment,
without regard to the influence likely
to be exerted on tho trade of next
Î ear or that of the year thereafter.
hey are measurable right, as it is an
old axiom that "sufficient to the day
is the evil thereof."
Congress should do something to
put the wheels of industry in motion.
It is worse than idle to refuse to act.
If they hesitate the party is doomed.
We a»e not sufficiently conversant
with legislation to say exactly what
should be done, but wc do know that
enterprise is languishing and the
wheels of industry move very slug
gishly. The great want of the times
seems to be more money,
gages sell at
twelve per cent, and loans on real es
tate cannot be procured without the
payment of a bonus of a like amount.
This should not be the case. If the
government could pay off its bonds to
the amount of $100,u00,000, or more,
by the issuo of greenbacks, the influ
ence would be felt from one end of the
country to the other, and the cry of
hard times would soon cease. We must
have greenbacks as additional protêt*
tlon to certain industries, the endorse
ment of the bonds of tho Northern
Pacific Railroad, or the development
of a grand system of internal improve
ment, or the party must pass out of
place and power.
as sure as the sun
discount of ten or
Disproiiortlou or (be Nenulc.
The New York World publishes a
table from which it says it will be eecu
that while the »Senate at present stands
1U Democrats to 55 Republicans and
Independents, it would in a prompter
accordance with the will of the people
as last expressed stand 52 Democrats
to 22 Republicans. And if the people
of the whole United States were a*
fully represented as the 217,353 inhab
itants of Rhode Island are represented
the Senate would stand 200 Democrats
to only 5Î4 Republicans. And still the
United Slates Senate, which meets in
less than a month from to-day, will
have au overwhelming Republier
At the time of the making of the
Constitution no such enormous dispro
portions in the sizes and populations
of States existed as now exist. At
that time the smallest State (Dela
ware) had a population of 50,000, and
the largest, (Virginia) had but little
over 000,000. The State of New York
then had a population of about 340,000.
But now, when the State of New York
has come to have a population of near
ly 5,000,000, we have a State (Nevada)
which is smaller in proportion than
the smallest in 17b7. The dispropor
tion then was about 1 to 12, whereas it
is now as 1 to 100.
The Poli tirai Wi
Washington, November 16.—TeleJ
grams from republicans, received here
to-day from various parts of the Ar
kansas represents that Smith's adhér
ents continue arriving, and show a de
termination to maintain their position.
Little Rock, Nov. 10.—Governor
Garland to-day sent a communication
to the General Assiir'bly, calling at
tention to the conspiracy und stating
what action he had taken, lie asked
also that the law might be so amended
that be could offers larger reward tin.n
$200 for the arrest of Smith <fc Wheeler,
Ajoint revolution was introduced indor
sing the Governor's cour«**, and pledg
ing the Assembly to stand by the ext J
cutive. The matter will be finally ae;
ted upon to-morrow. The most per
fect quiet and peace prevails here. If
Smith has any adverents they don't
make themselves known.
The congressional investigatingcom
mittce will not leave until to-morrow.
A Hew Psrty Afovenaent»Th<> Pro
posed Pli*tform-Sli«*rmun Named
Boston, Moss., Nov. 16.— Tho Globe to
day sditorially says, there ia considerable
talk among tho men who voted with the
Dsmoumtaatths late election of tho for
mation of a third party to be called the
People's Reform Party. T hey argue that
the mission of tho Republican party is
ended, and it is useless to resuscitate tho
Democratic organization. A new party
must therefore bo formed composed of
the best men of the Republican and Dem
ocratic nartioe. A platform has not yet
been fullv considered, but the basis will
''hard money, early
spec's payments, civil service reform,
economical admini-itration of affuirs and
short legislative Bossions." Tho Presi
dential candidates namsJ are Sherman,
Shcrdian and Banks. Homo, however,
oppose military men, preferring civilians.
* Grant has sought a quarrel with General
Shermau, «imply bees
not give Fred Grant an appointment that
would permit him to leside permanently nt
Washington; family llrsf, aud the people
the latter would
^wiuatn« t™ i-erci,... a li»bt
running sad Simple 8e> in« Machine, would
do wellte call at No. Tli Market .Mreet.Wil
^ington. DH., aud ses one ot the nicest Fami
lyBjw ug Maehinee iu the world. It ha*
equal ; it sews fro r, the thickest fo the thine*t
material if desired without change of needles.
Our hobby is simplicity, durability. Habt
mnnin'. and no threading-up required; s.elf
threading shuttle and seu*setting needle.
ou*y monthly instalment, or a liberal
: off for cash. Ladles don'tbuy a
heavy and compltca.ed machine, but get the
light running New American. _
716 Market 8u Wilmington, Del.
jy7d*wiv felLFRIMROSiE. Agent.
On Tuesday last the real estate of John
F. Newman was sold at Chestertown, as
follows: The Home farm, 255 acres, to
Captain A. Woodall, at $55 25 per acre;
the Parker farm, 201 acres to Samuel,
IIuiTock, at »18 per aero, and a wood lot, ;
35 aorcb, to Join. Steven*, at *15 50 per .
The Purdy farm, 2381 acres, within one
and a half miles of Chesapeake City, Ce
cil county, was sold last week to Mr.
Phillips, of Philadelphia,»for $3,850, sub- •
ject to a prior lien of $1,300.
A number of sheep have recently been
killed in the vicinity of the Trappe, Kent
county. Messrs. John Brice, George W.
Hutchinson and others being the suffer
Ten Thousand I'eople.
There are more than ten thousand
people in the United States who expect
to be the happy possessors of the first
grand prize in tho Kentucky Gift Con
cert of $250,000. All of them but one
will be disappointed. Oue will get it,
for Governor Brawlette, the manager at
Louisville, has announced that t!-_ —
cert will positively tukq place on Novem
ber 30, 1874; that there will be no furth
er postponement, anil if our readers
want to know' more about it, write lo
Tiianksoivin'Q in Obobqia.— The Gov
: of Georgia ha* made a special ap
pointment of Thursday, the 18th instant
as a day of thanksgiving and praise, "in
grateful recognition of that Providence
which has awarded our labors with plen
ty and protected
lencc, and in reverent acknow ledgement
of the signal favor of Almighty God,
lately vouchsafed to our entire country,
in arresting the evil tendencies of the
times, and assuring u speedy restoration
of fraternity and good government."
This is the first departure from tho day
appointed by tho President.
A Substitute for Quinine.
homes from pesti
lectirdtd n* the only
luluriou* direuvts. und immense
dits of tho drug wrreannually cou*uiued
country, more p<«r
;d aoj ùn
ticu'aily along the river Lott«
ing low lands.
With tho lull month« inalm 1-. in all its »
H'ulki Ime mu epidemic througa
er. the entire population
i to • but. while it frequently
it in variably d»-runged
;a, vertigo und
h au extent
nibs eUpfc-1 ere the ry-tern recovered
j ci*. lbe*e objections to
marked, thatiheintroduutionof Miih
hailed as a triumph in
th- laud. »11 1 whole dUtriui.*
► baking with i«gue
failed to effect a c
the stomach, producing n
bo b* ad to
troiü its eä
ler's Herb Bitten
medic no. Infinitely more certain in its bene
ficial effect* tain quinine, it possessed
tho demerits of that drug. Instead of nau
seating. it tones aud invigorates the stomach,
Miid white speedily expelling the noxious hu
. increases tho appetite aud lacilitiWes
d'geetiou, thus rendering the system *tr; nnr,
nd better fitted to resist the attack* of
disease. In fact, a judicious uie of Mishler 1 *
Herb Bitters a( this season ol the year, will
prevent a recurrence of this diseuse,
those who have never pne<ed an autumn with
out it. An expeiieuoe of tweuty y
he tb<* gicatcst s-NTi VEtuouiu known to
'there are. perhaps
climutio change* as afl- < tiom of the Kidneys
Hundred*of our farmer*, mechanics, and la
, *uong and baidy in all other
1 e-u suffer continual inconvenience.and
c>w- •:iall y excruciating nain* iu the back and
ience a lrequeut desire
ut pain during it.* passage and tre
» .•!"•* in its flow. These
!•*•* io subject to
- ago;, and aggravated by
uatber- Every alight
weak spot, and
. i. iitly attended to the disease be
• t to ib
■ »1 ti
clt Midler's lleib Bitters i«
ii,v reiutdy lor this el
It liai a peculiar tendency to the
to heultby aetiou
s. Ntimulatos tli
oving the cause, prev
ol brick-dust depus.t*, which, if permit
ted to continue, will by cohesion form gravel
stone, neces-utaring u painlul opération lor it*
removal. Vluny ot the ingredients entering
into it* coropoHition. Hre universally recog
nized n* spécifia) fur all oatnplainti ot the
urinary organs. In Liver Complaint. Dyspep
. u>l diborders of the Bowel*, und affections
of the Throat ur.d Lung*, it is equa'ly certain
edy lor the
the foinalo *ex, it has
. old uni young, married
and efficacious ; while,
no equal. Laui
and single, in every condition of life, will find
this URKAT K
tain and reliable. T
tenance. and i
to perforin her lunotio
WITMOUr IKCOM'BMKXCR. Sold ouly in bot
tles by ull Druggist* und general dealers.
MRU Y prompt, eaje, c
pale, «allow comtl
placed by a blooming, healthlul
r ttwnal ut« enable»'Nature
A .1/ USEMENTS.
U ! E KALI.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY. AND SATURDAY
Friday & Saturday, Nov. 20 & 21,,
FRIDAY EVENING. Nov 20th, Ilenefltof
FOUR, under tho auspices cf the St. Yiuuenl
do Panl Society.
Emerald Comedy Company.
A Melengo of Miith, Music, Pathos and
ilBEUNICON iilu tratesthebewluh
ing *cei ery ol Ireland. »»'Companifd by the
choice flowers of Irirh Melody, Poetry and
Song. The whole enlivened by the laughable
OR LOVE IN THE OLD BOD.
Enacted ly the "Emeralds," tinder tho direc
n of Charles MhuEvoj, E*q
*rioes of Adniw
Reserved Beat". 50
Admission to Mat
uren. 10 cents.
—Adniissirn, 35 conj-;
is : l kildreu. 25 oeut*.
—Adults,25cents ; Chil
(jRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday Lveolup, Nov. 17, 1671.
A T. Klitt..
Ravel Gymnasium !
The following ladies and gentlemen have
a,. ... ,!» e " ri - ü t lh. W.inat Street
Theatre-..Miss Pauline Watson, of the Chest
nut rtreet Theatre. Mrs Courflaud G
. of the Chestnut Street Theatre,
„Messrs.»carles and Beggs, the well known
Cl"ggists and bong and Dance Artist*
Mr. A. T Klett Comedian.
w r * i,7 ^Frieger. Ethinpean Delineator.
Mr \V ilham Rawnsley. Guitar Soloist.
Mr. Henry Conner, and his Banjo.
Horner Brothers. Grotesque Comiques
Mr. Johnny Dooley the Atrioan Orator
Mr. Johnny Ford. Dutch Comique.
Mr. A. Riley, Nonpareil Jig Dancer.
Willard and Creise, Ærial OyinDasts*
Aleo. Mwjcre E. L. Aleinoder. J. Htidh.iB.
B. ho «er» C Oll.veri T- M uUen. t'. Qath.ri.,
A Gookin. G. MoncKs. Gtorge Fisher and u
host of other*.
The management will spare no pains to
make this the in<«*t pleasant entertainment
ot the sea«on. Como ai.d *p
Uyeatiig w ith us. Doors open ..
forma ncs commeccing at 8 rharp.
N.B -Np extra charge for reserved seat*
to bo had at Bougbraan, Thomas A Co.'s book
mi lUUoucry Storo. novU-2t
a t"? V. ÜL.
r»0 and 35 Cts.
Will bs sold at luhiic Sale, at the residence
; of J. Harr«! Pria. Uoa'd
. •» wïtfiï'oÂï
DM IN 13TR ATOR'S SALE OP
• Th# following described Personal Propepeity
Two good Work liorwoa.
jy one Colt coining 3 yearsAZjf/*
'od: Five Cows, three of
. * A f ■ . ! ■ them tiesh ; 3 Ut Piss.
Farming implements, consisting of
two-horse wagon, nearly
near y new; uteri tooth bo
MONDAY, NOVEMBER SÜ.h 1874,
At 1 o'clock. P. M.
; 1 good market
, »low-, »arrows, cuiiivutors. forks
.above!* spade*, hoe«, grain fan. c»*
cut saw. ice hook*
. gram c adl«. cow < o
and wedges, post d >g. barn shovel,
double »tag« harne? *. Dearborn
Ur* and halters, noddle and bridlo. lot of hot
bed a**h, sud other article* too ted
butter tub. cream cans
of milk pun*, vraies and weight-.
HUUSivilolD and KITCHEN FURNI
TU it Jr., cPUMSting o! beds. beiLt » ids
ding, tabu-, .,
er by the ba
A lot or bay and atruw by the tou^c
by the bundle ;
I usher : lot of or
tta ground, and
Coudmon9 made know
Abu AM PALMER A
•helle»', grind «tone, c
boics, barrels iubi bucket-.
ie* by tho buibel.
t by the
bna*«MDd ewei-t potatoes in
tue d^y of *ale
L W. tT ou 4M Jr So v, A until
of Rlal liiirii'xn.
PURSUANT to an order of tho Or
pbau*' Court, of Chester Ci
be «old at Public Sale,
DAY. NOVEMBER f O. 1S74
preuuses, a meMUiigc und trect of laud ol the
lute estate of MA DlSO.V PYLE. <i
aituated in K< nneir township.
noundeJ by lands of Jo
Clou l, W
FIVE ACHES, 1U2 perches, iuoreorle>*. The
improvement* are u lurge two-stoiy STONE
DVvELLING IloUSE »» h kitchen attached
large doub'e-Üotired BARM. Wugou House.
Spring House und other outbiiihlu.gs 1'hero
i* u good Orchard of A PPL KS, PEAK und
other trees on the premises. Ttietirnl is
well feuccd, oonveu'ently uivliictl into t
closures, weil watered, clear of rubbish, and
about 12 AC RES OF il E \ V Y 11M BK K
miles of Roxedulu
the Baltimore CenPul Railroad.
M Y out mini. J autos
. Garrett. IMword Walter
. coulaiuing UNE li t'NDH Eli A N D
upon it Itiiwiihin
au<i about I mile from Auburn Stati
Wiimmgion and Western Railroad, and
venient to mi:D. s'oies aud pi
Sale at 1 o'clock, P. M. Conoiim
Id ut !" ublic .Sale, at the ie-i
hs Tiber, iu Hiaudvwine
the Philddeipbii Pike, 1 mile
Tuesday, November 24, 1874,
At 12 o'oluck. *!i tri>.
the following article.*,
teed* to quit fuimii g :
No. 1, Buy M%rc Jennie, w
of harness; No. /, B»own
work* in all kiiul* o: humes
i* a go .d dri» er ; one L'oit, eu
3 yoars old ; 8 head ul
Milch Co a* eouie I mb
_and Home swinging. 2 11 eifern, 1 Bull.
Farming Uieneil* tuuh as plow*, h
cultivator*. '* iuark*t dearborn* I Je
carriage, I York Wagon, shifting i >
bor*e Cart and liamtHH 1 eo el tooth
rake 1 W
der, 1 hay cutter. 1 c«
w, lori s, 1 grHiu
ih, post di/g
tho *il * Tibi r in
r' s in all k : :i 1 «
's Mowing Machine
hbeiler, 1 grindstone,
jr, boi-ned *.ish,
I *e's dearborn
1 let „f
harness, plow t asias, bridle.*, collar*, lint*.
About 10 tons of timothy hay, v
1 stank of *trow, iodd°r fy ibo bundle
by »he bushel, wheat iu tho gr«.
Term* at sale.
bench table, anu other ur(
MRS. ANNIE FORV.OOD.
L- W. Stidham A
FIFTH i LAST GIFT CONCERT
IN A I
PtIBIili! l.liiiltilV BP I'V.
Kovrmbc? 30 th, 1874 .
DS A WING CEETAIN at that DATE
LIST O ir QIFTéî :
ON F GRAND CASH GIFT.
UN E;G R A N L> C A S II G f FT
ON K GRAN U CASH GIFT
ONE G RAND CASH GIFT
5 CASH GIFTS $20 000
10 HASH GIFTS I t,000 each
15 CASH GIFTS PH-00
20 CASH GIFTS ft .OH) each
25 CASH GIFTS 4.000
30 CASH GIFTS 3.000
50 CASH GIFTS 2.«
100 C A SU GIFT'
240 CASH GIFTS
LOO CASH Ui FIS 100
19.000 CASH GIFTS
Grand Total 20 000 Gifts, all
PRICE UJ5* TICKLTS :
i'NI ' (H)
. 500 oo
..l 0GÜ t»u
11 WHOLE TICKEIS fur
2" M TICKETS fur.
For Tickets and information, add re-n
THOS. E. BHAMDETTii,
Agent and Manager«
Or TIIOS. II. HAYS dt CO.,
600 Broadway. New YorU
. Lnnisvitln. Ky
VF.D A LARGE STUCK OF
FALL AND VV INTER GOOD J .
CHIlsr j\. !
T Y- DaNOitMANDïü
-Vo. 302 Market Street,
Having resolved to
»CONTINUE TUE BUSINESS-«».
Will keep kls stock ol*
China* Glass and Oucenswarc*
•ïilvor & Silver-plated Ware.
VASES. LAVA WARE, ETC.
Up tu iU old itundard for fu]lne*a and vjrielv
Everybody can be suited.
TIIE OLD STAND—3<J2 MARKET STREET
A T TO ItNKY-A 'A'- LA YV
\ND SOLlCIIOh IN CHANCERY.
tYllmlugton, Otl t
Norici—512 King St,, next do
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and remits direct to this oflii-e, a copy ol
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ever offered by a publisher.
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lr*ro of diurne to a
fur lie bust and chi
l-ubii-ln-o. nil bfc 8
Ilk Hgcillfl- At
ad aicrni an* m r.et
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Fend lor lull drscriprive
JA'. K. SIMON.
29 South SiC.h St.. Philadelphia. P«.
■ !.. V
per day at home. iVrrni free. Ai -
aie«* li Ko, *TINHOM A Co.. Porllttfillf
A WEEK iruurautred to Male
lu Agouti, in their
Costs i\ I' i ll ING to
try it. Particul
ViCKi'.KY A CO., Augast i. M»
. P. 0
EOli SAEti AXD It EST:
ee-atory Brick Ho
*'| re ' ? t, oppo-.to the city square
J finely fini-hcd
furnished with all iherou-afÇîJi
ventence*. with water inside and out BbiilU
No. llo euiiiain* y
rooms; Nu 110. tun ro
; \o 112 *-vei
; No. 113. corner
houses will bo Mold ven
pay meu t.
Also, one fine three-sto^y brick bou90. iust
1 »'plated, ou Tat mil I street, no-r E'eventh.
Also, a b
loomed h'Ui«* IMS, Tntnnll 8t.
DANIEL 11. KENT.
No*. 2dj to 213 ôbipley *trevt.
JAbrt llfcl.N 1 —New House. No. 1421 v»«s
F Harrison street, eleven room*, f*"*
dern improvements, buy w.n jj'î
dows, three stoiie*. Posse* . __
< e if detJrd J. Inquire at 1411 Harri
Castle County, Get 2l*t, 1574.
L My« tho application ot Jaiue» B. Groome
«nd J a 'Oe* B. Yiung, Executor* of MARY
B. ugUfLR, lute ol Ntw Custia hundred,
iu said county, deceased; it i* ordered and
directed by the Register that the Executuro
aloresnid give notice ol the grunting ol Let
Testamentary upon the Estate of the do
th the date of granting thereof,
ng advertisement* t> be posted
within iorty duy* from tho date of such
Letter*, in six of the most publi
ol the County of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands uuuiust tho E*
täte to present the suiue, or abide by
Act of Assembly in such case made and pro
vided. Andiilsocause thesume lo be insert
ed within the same period in the Del»
Gazette, a newspaper published in
Wilxiington, und to bo continued therein
Given under the hand and Seal ol
j L. s. > Office ot the Register aforesaid, at
* v ~ Now Castle, iu New Castle County
auireuul, the duy u nd year a hove written.
B. GIBBS, Register.
duly attested to the Kx
G. t. 21*t. Ii76, or abide tho Act of Assembly
oh case made and provided.
JAM ES B. G H00ME,
J AMES B. YOUNG.
ugainst the Es
resent the name
en B. Young, 41 S. 3d it. I*h:la.
Jam.* B. Groi
. Eikton, Md.
QREAT SALE OF
M. L. LICHTUWfcTE.N'S
Xo. MO; market Street,
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10th
Tho Largest Slock of
Ever offered at retail. Tho lot embraces
thousand three hundred
to 8», includ
. iu all widths M
FANCY HASH RIBBONS.
A.I wi 1 be soil at a uniform mice of
'- r> CKN'TH l»KIt -V-.VIÎIJ.
FOR cash only
nee lueiday the 20th
-M. L. LICHTENSTEIN.
2-6 Market Street.
. The uni« « ill c
I will continue to
CL KAN A
003 market tOrcet,
Aug, Oth, 1874.
Delaware Carpet House,
30!» Market Strjet, above Tliirc
! WILMINGTON. DEL.
Theobeapeet pi j.ln theState to knyyov
and WINDOW SHADES,
30« market Rtreet.
Sä sssss æ (Sïï
U PtempUr stundedto
X> X»EIIVI01>T ft OO,
'N'o.';.111' Marltflt ? rent»
ibulowSi. f >
OLD GOV. J tV\
COI' KKK v
at oa ( ' \ : i v h
driven by *t»
not be éiii
WealSY keep m.
<'• T 1
<1 every nth
Cnnoiss, Cakoo aud Ctacks. •
The I ubl r ip
117 Minrkft • v î j*,
• < • \ .
W ?• I. I >. SI Î. j\. i
Cor- 4th à '
Dm opened a fail a. • la. • . i
NEW AND Si:;\ •- .
H tad .'OiDO Drcn F.ibn- . pka 1-J ( / j, l#
Black Silk'!, Japanese
*"1 Lh'i j, it tu!l • < h
of ir e latert *t.yl»»r
Also, a full lino of
At the Ivwc-t r
war. K- SHARP,
N«. 3tS4tti« n >k«l
00 3 ;
JAMEH B ii A DFÜ 1 i 1,\
WIND ,»'.V r,
Ceaiaru anti Calcin ; F
.l.rr 110 » !.
i d- n .t
» eh i
1. la lier* ot
d Biit.b. gold Ie
Non. G aüd H ;?«ct TJiirdSt
|.:n jl.. ,.ou"
NEW BOOKS !
AT 2L H- R. BUi'L'EIt'L
BOOK. bTATI J.VUI.Y
The Old Worn
Ant ny Brade .
lb cle John.
By Mill W
Holden w ith the Cords..
Brock ley Moor.
und dickens. ...
Out ot the H uny-Bui
1 r .
1 . •
of the \
» 2 00
N. VI, Cor. 4th & Orange Streets
0. J. KYLE, PaopRiKTot,
Tho ubove !*,ou*o has h*
o'ltbiilolo repair for the ro<
guos'E, where they will receive nil the
innodatioiiij of a lint-class hotel.
Un rl.oiucHt win»*, liquors.cigurs,
<1 t)i*> rublej-uiuJieit with the be?t tho
out and permanent
------ - hostler*. A
liberal »hare of publia patronage is rest ed
u |lv ; *<*d,
NEW CASTLE, DEL,
JOHN W.ORAY. Proprietor.
inarkt.t sflord*. T
L MtU'tted house baa been put
gA in the very be.*t repair for
jlLtlio r»*eoj*lii»n of visitors,who
625-will fin'l at it i.II the aeoou -
ot a F lR->i-tL aSS HOTEL. It
icw of tho Delaware Bar.
of tho most plea*
the State 1«
d* a ti it •
1 IK htlui place*
and tie -
i* kept iu the neet
filled with ihn eiioicc-t wines,
e * ubrttxntiitlH and lux
Excursionists can arrive hy boat
ha wish to go fiehing
riding t>n »ha noble Delaware, can be acoom
oiotiaiei with Huit*ble boat*. The patronats
of t><* nqblic is respectfully "olicited.
J7^2-tf J. W. GRAY.
•.French*; Water Sts.
T. B. MERRITT. Proprietor.
Tho above house Uo been p. t in t*
imp t*. where they
mm dations of ft
filled with thecbcicest
, liquor*. Ac., u. id the t ible .supplied
with the bLHt the
he recei ti«
II the h
INIJIAN KING . HOTEL,
108 AND no MARKET STREET.
John Mealey has put in two
Billiuri Tables at the above address. Tho
room is now open at nil time* lor the accour
inodation of tbe public.
JOHN M RALEY.
WH ILESALE DEALER IN
211 EAÖTHÖNT F8TREET,