C. P« Johnson. Karroa and PBorm MTOa.
The Dailt Gazette 1» puDuehed every at- !
ternoon, (Sunday excepted.) at 416 Market
S Su*pSu $ S?ia?y£SS^n'Ä2^S '
and TtUaces, tor eixoeaU a week, payable
weekly, xearly eubeiber», $8 in advance.
OJO-T DEMOCRATIC MM » ™
rn MuwiH GAiHn-% wt.bli.hed In
1784, ia the largeet and moat liouriabing week
**" "3£. "the" enîS2ï°'Tbriih5i
Thursday attermoon, at 0Î per yew. in
November 16th, 1876.
The Situation is unchanged regarding
the casting of the electoral votes in the
three still doubtful States—Florida, Loui
>iana and South Carolina. From Florida
we have renewed democratic claims of a
victory, but the Returning Board has not
» onvened. Tlio Louisiana Returning
Board meet« to-day, well guarded by fed
eral troops. In South Carolina, the Board
met yestenlay hut dhi not proceed.—
('barges of withholding the returns ar«:
made by democrats against republi« , ans.
Ineligible Electors. — There are
well-founded rumors that two of the Re
publican Electors are ineligible. One in
Vermont and the other in Oregon. These
men were both postmasters. They have
both resigned. But they did not resign
in time. The resignation of one w as re
ceived in Washington on the 13th and
the other on the 14th inst. They were
received by telegraph and immediately
accepted by tbe Postmaster General
Attorney General Taft has given an in
formal opinion that these gentlemen are
ineligible and therefore there are two
vacancies, while the Democrats say the
highest on the Democratic ticket in each
State will be thus a legally elected Elec
tor. If this latter is so Tilden will re
ceive one rote in Oregon an«l on«* rote in
Vermont ; thus giving him 186 votes, if
on the other hand Attorney General Taft's
opinion he correct, Hay
vote in Oregon and also one in Vermont,
which reuders his election impossible
should the Returning Boards of the States
will lose one
of Florida, South Carolina and Louisiana
outrage a« to return the
votes of that State for him. There i9 an
Other muddle in Wisconsin over a post
master for whom votes
In our own State John H. Rodney,
Esq., a Democratic Elector, who was a
Centennial Commissioner, took the pre
caution to resign hii commission to meet
the law in the case, and his brother
< >«ar Rodney was appointed a Commis
sioner in his stead some «lavs before the
Thus it appears this party so many of
whose lead«^rs are whiskey thieves and
l>eculators, finds itself met by the most
serious difficulties. There is a majority
of 300,000 of the popular vote against it:
a majority of the Electoral vote against
it ; a majority of the present House «if
Representatives against it ; a majority of
the next House of Representatives against
it : and a majority of the .States in the
present House r*?ady to give Tilden the
votes of 23 States should the election fail
by the people and go into that body,
the Constitution provides.
There is no possible way in which Mr.
Tilden can be kept out of the Presiden
tial chair on the 4th or 5th of March
< ept by revolution and violence, and there
not a few who are ready to declare
that rather than the votes of the Southern
States shall be given to Tilden. But
these people are the creatures of passion,
living principally on the crumbs of official
When it is remembered that the late
political contest was a fair and square bât
ie, in which tho contestants
were the Democratic and Conservative
portion of the people and those on the
other the Republican party, hacked up by
all the official influence oftlie Adminis
tration with its 100,000 officeholders, upon
whose salaries assessments to the
of millions w
on one side
■ made, and which asHea
ith, the L
how many hundred thousand
more filched from the Secret Service
fund, were used in the
campaign, the re
.-ult« are truly astonishing.
The Commercial continuously refers to
the Governor-elect of South Carolina, as
"Wade Hampton and his outlaws." This
is discourteous and scandalous,it i
and evinces a hate and bitterness
ing a Sioux,
the two men are
The diff'erence with which
viewed by their neigh.
Lore, as proved by the election of Wade
Hampton and the rejection of Jenkins, is
pointed. Alas for Jenkins! Wade Hamp
ton's former slaves voted for him hut the
better class of white men of his
party refused to vote for the editor
When the Electors Meet,—B y
tion 135 of the revised statutes of the
United States it is provided lhat
Presidential electors of each State shall
in which they are appointed,
Hitch place in each State as the Legisla
ture of such State shall direct.
Kilfatkick's hot haste mission
North Carolina was not productive ofan
ticipated fruits. The Old North State
tuen smiled in supreme contempt and
-fisgust as the wretched Jersey blather
among them. They knew his errand,
aud hence Kil. left those parts more hasti
ly than he entered them
*et and give thei
Wednesday in December in the
I lie yet
"kite intruded his unwelcome
Deceasrd.—W o record with regret the
decease of John Townsend, Esq,, which
took place about midnight of Tuesday.—
Mr. Townsend was a man of high ebarac
ter, respected by all his neighbors, and
^ w jj| ^ 8 j merely regretted by rt
'arg« circle. He wa. in the ffttl. year;
was well known in the State and also in
our «»ty; havin K il lli " reaide.ee the
lastseveral years, a great part of the time
with his family being a boarder at the
'•Conkkdkkatbh."—A ccording to the
Republican Tress the confederates have
increased rapidly and may have gained a
Between the Devil and the
If all the report« that come to us from
the South are true, then the unfortunate
colored voter is indeed set between the
devil and the deep sea. He has his wife
on one side of him with an axe, and a
furious Democrat on the other with a
shot-gun,and which oftlie two is the devil
and which the deep sea the reader may
settle as he lists. The negro of the period
goesoutonthe morning of election day to
the nearest polling-places,and his guardian
with the shot-gun takes possession of him
supplies him with a Democratic ticket,
and leads him up to the ballot box to see
that the deposits his vote. The man with
the shot-gun then dismisses him with a
glass of whisky an«l a pleasant laugh.
The colored citizen returns to his home
with many misgiving, and his spouse
watching for him at the door, demands
account of the conduct. He makes
a nervous attempt to tell a lie hut finds
that the news of his defection from Boss
Grant has proceeded him, ami his voice
falters. The household fury leaps for an
axe and with a few well directed blows
layes out her lord and master in such a
condition that he will never more revisit
the gay and festive registration-hoard,
nor step proudly into the iKilling
bootli. The sketch is no fancy one, but
simply details the experience of a hapless
negro of Sandy Bottom, near Mac
fell a victim last Tuesday night tocoujugo
political vengeance. His fate suggests
the painful thought that there is a species
of intimidation w hich no constitutional
amendment can prevent and no enforce
ment act avenge.
By means of the United States Mar
shal and his deputies, with their batteries
of blank warrants ami their threatening
files of affidavits, the man with the shot
gun may he beaten off, ami if all else
fails, Boss Grant can step to the fore
with a f«»w companies of soldiers ; hut
whe can protect the negro from his wifi* ?
His employer may intimidate him by
thr«*ats of dismissal, or tempt him by
bribes ; but his wife has a thousand
methods of coaxing
His cabin is his castle, but he is virtually
a prisoner inside of it. No proclamation
of domestic violence and insurrection
will bring him assistance. He mnst
yield or die. He generally yiehls but
sometimes dies. In view of the fact that
the colored women of the South seem to
take such an intense interest in political
affairs, and are inclined to assume the
direction of the men's votes, it might he
well to consider whether this intolerable
intimidation which cannot lie controlled
by law may not be nullified by strategem.
Let the married woman be endowed with
suffrage instead of their husbands,
venture to say that nobody will terrify
them with a shot-gun into voting a ticket
which they don't want io vot<* ; and
inatt«»r what way they cast their ballots,
their lords ami masters will hardly dare
to attack them with an axe when they
come home. We have heard it hinted
that the system of female intimidation
prevalent in the South is not unknowm at
the North among white people, although
its existence is most carefully concealed,
and those who practice it rarely proceed
to such desperate weapons as the family
axe. If there be any women, however,
w ho. by holding over their husbands the
drive them to the polls like "the «juarry
slave at night seourged to his dungeon,''
it would be well that they should share
the privileges of their darker sisters of
the South. Men who have sjient any
length of time between the devil and the
deep sea will not he particular as to how
they crawl out of the perilous position.—
ism of social
There is notliing definite from Louisi
ana, South Carolina or Florida. The
Louisiana Returning Board meets to
The latest returns from the Fourth Dis
trict of California, it is stated, leave no
doubt of the re-election of Luttrell,Demo
crat, to Congress.
Senator Thurman, of Ohio, declines
to go to Louisiana to witness the counting
of the votes, for the
signed by Senator Bayard.
IL R. Ware, chairman of the Republi
can State Committee of Mississippi, tele
graphed to Gen. Garfield at New Orleans
yesterday, inviting him and his associates
of both parties, when they have complet
ed their invitation ill Louisiana, to visit
Mississippi, "and make a like investiga
tion into the frauds and violence with
w hich the State lias been carried."
Another Hora l Tribute
ell, and helu
almost entirely lost his we
Mr. Edward Cooper, at the residence of
the latter gentleman, at No. H Lexington
avenue. In the centre oftlie Governor's
front parlor was yesterday placed,
raised stand, a beautiful floral offering
presented by Mr. Alvan S. Soutworth. It
was a large basket, two feet and a half in
length, composed of Marshal Neil anil
tea roses, the whole, fringed with smilax
and lern leaves. Standing in the basket
at an angle of aliout forty-five degrees
was a large heart, over a foot and a half
high, formed of \\
cd by red carnations,
led look of a
Last evening he dined with
•bite carnations bordor
iii the centre
'oriLs, in violets,
. » '•GortHcliakoff" and "Bis
marck. Attiu hcd by white ribbons w;
the donor's card.
Considering how the Confederate Con
gress crippled the public service by cut
ting down the appropriations, it seems
strange that some of tbe departments now
ask for less than was appropriated last
year, and that the sum of all the depart
ment estimates is only about a million in
excess of.the appropriations for the pro
sent year. It looks as though Mr
Randall's committee had rot been eo far
wrong after all.
HUE til EE'S SALES.
Tbs following described Heal Estate, vit:
Ail the undivided one eleventh part (sub
jeet to the right of JoWer of the widow of
Thomas Appleby, deceased) of all those two
several tracta of land bound» i and described
aa follows, to wit; J
No. 1. bounded ob the south by lend« »
George Bole, en the north by Una« of À. PV
Shannon, by the Christiana Creex and by,
lands of the estate of W illiam B- Janvier and
Isndj of R. P Janvier, containing one bue- 1
dred and twenty acres, with a trams hoyse,
barn and outbuildings. thsreoR erected.
No, 2. Bounded by lands of R. P. Janvier,
by Smalley s mill read and by the mill read.
oontaining seventy acres.
Seised and taken in execution an the p ro
he rty of Richard T Appleby, and to be sold
WM.H LaMBSON, Sheriff.
Sherift's Office. New Castle. I
November 2.1876 i nov2-ta
IJ By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Expo
n*i to me directed, will be exposed to Publie
at the Oilpm Bouse, kept by George
Whitfield in the cpj. hundred and oounty of
New Castle and Ftate of Delaware, on
THE 18th DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1876.
At 1 o'clock, P. M.,
Cv By virtue of n writ of Lever! F noise to
ms directed, will be exposed to Publia Sale,
LAFAYETTE HOTEL 811 SHIPLEY ST.
kept by G«o. W Ort ip. in tao city of Wil
mioKtoo. New C»etio Coanir. D Jaw .ire,
TIIE 18th DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1870.
At 2o'clock. M.,
The lOllowing deserihod Heul Ertste, viz:
All thstceruin mersuase or dwelling house
and lot of land sitmted in th^ city of Wil
i described s• follows.
Begl n'ng at a corner ol other land of the
said nar ien <d the second part oo the easter
ly side of King m reet botween Seven*h and
Eighth street- 1 , an 1 at tbe distance of eigh
ts* u feet nine inches from the corner of Su
san 11. Ad«mi/ lot; thence by a line of said
land south fifty eight degrees east one hun
dred and eight feet to the wesnerly side of a
feet wide alley; thence thereby south
wardly parallel with King street eighteen
feet nine inches to a corner ol another lot;
-hence with a line thereof weslWardly paral
lel with the line first described and with Scv
th and Pigbth streets one hundred and
eight feet totae aforesaid side of King street;
and thence along laid easterly side of King
street north thirty two degrees east eighteen
feet nine inches to the place of beginning,
containing within said kcunds two thousand
and twenty five leet of land, be the
Seized and taken into execution as the pro
perty of John Pugh. Administrator of George
K. McLane. deceased, Mary McLane, widow
of the sajd Geo
C. " eldin,
Robert R Porte.*, >r
to be sold by
. and furvivipg
Jo«, N. Cooling and Chariew
\ Deborah W.ldlu his wife, and
., terre tenants, and
WM. U LAMBSON. Sheriff.
Sheriff'!» Office. New Castle
S HERIFF'S SALE—By virtue of sundry
writs ofFi. Ko,, to me directed, will beex
exposed to Public Sale en the Gnu of William
Lore, in St-George's hundred, in New Castle
county, Del., ~
THE ISth DAY OK NOVEMBER. A. D. IMS,
At lo o'clock A. h
The following described Personal Property,
7 horses, 6 colts. 2 cows. 3 calves. 11 hogs,
14 pus. 3 oxen. 1 double carriage, 1 Yerk wa
gon, 1 farm wagon, 2 ox car s. 1 light wagon,
peach body. 1 sleigh, 1 remuer, 1 hone raks,
1 fan, ploughs, harrows, cultivators, shovels,
forks, hoes, carriage wagon and plow har
ness; about 40 acres of core, lot of wheat and
oats in stack, about 30 tons of hay. 40 acres of
wheat in the ground, lot of peacn baskets.
Ac ; also, household and kitchen furniture.
beiaed and taken into execution as the pro
perty of Willi«m Lore, and t<> be sold by
WM. H. LAMBSON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, '
S HERIFF'S SALE.—by virtue ot a writ of
Fi. Fh. to me directed, will be exposed to
Public Sale, on the premises, in St. George's
hundred. New Castle county, Delaware, on
THE 18:h DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1876,
At 11 o'clock, a. m„
All those two traces of land located in S?.
George's hundred aforesaid, and described as
No. 1. Situ ate on the road leading from fit.
George's to Summit Bridge, bounded by lands
of Levi G. Clark, Jonathan K. Williams and
others, containing about 251 acres of land,
with a frame dwelling hou-e, granary, stable
and out buildings thereon.
No. 2, Situate on the road leading from
Mount Pleasant to Boyd's Corner, bounded
by l-nds now or late ol James II. Ilickman.
Thomas Bird. James Houston and Samuel
R; thwell. containing about 7G acres of land,
wiih a frame dwelling house ana stable Lbere
fieized and taken in execution as
»I ty of V\ illiam Lore, and to be sold by "
OL WM. 11 LAMBSON, Sheriff.
ShenfTs Office. New Castle,
Nov. 2.1876. .
S I I KU I FF'« SALB- By virtue of a writ of
Lavari Fasias to me directed, will be ex
posed to Public Sale at the
LAFAYETTE HOTBLL 841 8HIPLÉÏ. ST
kept by Georg • w. Ortlip, in the city of Wil
mington, new Castle county, Delaware
THE 18th DAY OF NOVEMBRR. fl8$, n >
At 2 s'elock. p. m..
The following described Real Estate, viz- *
All that certain lot of land with a two sihry
brick store and dwe ling house thereon, situ
ate in the city of Wilmington, bounded and
described a« follows, to wit: Beginning at the
northwest corner of Front and VanBuren tkfi;
thence northerly along the said westerly glde
of Van Buren street one hundred and thir
teen feet ten inches to the southerly side of
Christiana street; thence thereby westerly
twenty leet to a corner; thence southerly pa
rallel to Van Buren street one hundred and
thirteen feet ten inches to the aforesaid north
erly side of Front street; and thence thereby
easterly twenty feet to the place of begin
ning. be the contents thereof what they
Seized and taken in execution as the p.„
perty of Jonn Payne and Susan his wife, and
1. 1 , anl to be sold by
ol « H. LAMBSON,Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle
Oct. 31, 1876.
S HERIFF'S SALK.
By virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. to me direct
ed, will be ex rosed te Public «Sale on the Lirm
of Robert G eel on, io Blackbird hundred, in
N»w Cttitle county. Del., on
THE 17th DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1876
At 11 o'clook. a. m..
The following described Pertonal Property,
1 pair of mule«, 1 mare, 3 cows, 1 heifer, 8
sheep, 2 brood sows and pigs, 1 farm wagon.3
plows, 3 cultivators. 1 earriage, wagon and
carriage harness, lot of wheat, corn and oats
household and kitchen furniture, <fc. '
fieiied «nd tagen into execution as the pro
perty of Robert Geston, and to be sold by
cl ™ W M* u - LAMBSON. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, 1
Nov. 4 A. D. 1«76. f
I>r. D. N. Thomas.
Late of the Colton Dental Association,
Entire Practice Devoted to the Painleis
Extraction ol Teeth, with frehh and pure
NITKOU8 OXIDJS GA8
A Lady in Atttndancer
Office. W*> WALNUT STRUT.
Hou as—9 a .in., to 5 p, m■
The enheeriber havin» |uk.n "Caaa.e',
Mill, and atted it up in (oed ordatr. ,011011,
ïtlsta frost faraan aad other,. All ortete
promptly filled with oare. Plonr. anal aud
«d äüKSJst- r oorn
»Qu* 0 ™»*
KAII.lt ft A ns.
K ill A. WILMINGTON A HAL
NOTBUBER 13. 187«.
Trains will leave Wilmington as loi low» 5 for
Philadelphia and Intermediate suUobs,
7 00,6.10. 9L3A. 10 46 A NL ; 2.38.6 (5, 7.26,
0.64,11 14 p.m.
Püdadeipnla and New York, 2 17, a. ia. t
* Baltimore and intermediate »tatton* 12.62,
8. Su a m. ; 6.20, p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1AW, 1.66, H.88,
Am.; \%S% LIS, 1 28, 6.20^ 7.1U,d.
Trains for Delaware Division la
New C-aetlA 12.66,
6 38 p. m.
1 Wyoming and intermediate sta t io n s, 12,66,
y 36 ,a m. «.SO p. m.
a ia, 6.10. p, m.
1 SUNDAY TKAINL.
Philadelphia and intermediate ataLona,
a m.,o.0u,6.80, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 2.17. a sa
Baltimore and Washington, 12.68, L56
6.20, Û.»* U 46a m.; 1.25
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(erred te the time tables posted nt th« * now
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Sweaty, Tender,Offensive Smelling Feet with
out any injurious effect. A cure guaranteed or
money refunded. Good for Piles, Frosted
Feet and Chafing. 6 ent on reoeipt of price.
JOHN LITTLE A <5o..
P O. Lock Box. 2331.
Ask your druggist and merchant for it.
0 ADVLRTISERS !
Send 2> Cents for the Hrith edition of
Newspaper A drtrfuinp.containg u Lis
combination of newspaper.'. Address GhO.
P ROWELL .t CO., 41 l*ark How, New
5,000 population, and various
DOBBIN'S STARCH POLISH.
HOW DA SHINE)
A. GREAT! DICOVERY I
j;y the use of which every family may give
their Linen tnat brilliant polish peculiar to
line laundry work. Saving time and labor in
ironing, more than its entire cost. Warran
Sold everywhere. Ask for Dobbins'.
BOBBINS, URO., A CO.,
31 N. Fourth SL. Phil».
W. F. B*?iCK.
13 Market -St., Wilmington
IBST NATIONAL BANK.
BPOSITOBY OK THE POBLIC MONEYS
FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED
EDWARD BETTS. Presidknt.
EOBGB D. ARMSTRONG, (la m«
w»d op Capital,
hlladelphla and New York Exchange fur
inhed te regular Depositors without ohnrge.
Discount d^ys. Mondays and Thursdaya, at
lement B. Smyth,
aiael Pusey, .
Henry 8. McComb
MwmI BttU. iüÏM .
0 ubel 4
East Third Street,
rpu-CNICW CAST UK COUNTY
NO. 602 M AUKKT , 8TKKC
INSURES AGAINST KIRK,
HOUSES AND ALL OTHER
GILDINGS WITH THEIR CONTENTS
Foi periods of time varying
arm of years.
■a 3 month»
W nj . ui, tatnall,
G* o. C. Maris,
CHAU. w. Rowland
Edw d Bkinuhdrst,
Edward T. Bbllah
Clement B. Smith
_-A. p. Shannon»
abator Richardson, geo. h. Baths,
m. M. Cleaver.
WILLIAM TATNALLL, PreV
AM'L. SMITH Seo'v. tebio
R. P. TAWRESEY & BRO.,
Harness &. Tmnk
Nc. 407 King Street,
Where they intend keeping on hand a fnii
assortment of Harness, fiidtfies. Bri5Si. cSli
Äs , oi , Er"^ n *f
n»de ol the Best 1 itotÄtfÄldSSSitSSiS
give laiia.notion. Single and D»ubl« Hof
ness made to order m Us tot mania! rS
dar. solioite«L *£äSwl 9 0r "
REUUTCH'S itKI»t; H
_*•» 0»W» County ?W[A
Upon the application ef Carrie T ' if*
Executrix ol Joseph L. litt À V B U|
WU-inj 1 »». Hundred, i n "'d g? '
d yee e se d. ItU ordered and direeLt^"!
RHiator th.t th. Executrix
nouo. ofth.Rr.ntin, of Lett... ffft. «'
moat pttbHoplaee. of the CfoiïhKî'j
lne.rt f dwKhlntl,..am. period io ?h.T?.
a newipaper published "■J 1 *
ba eontiDued ther.ia -■
weeks, (B. O.
■' New Cattle, in N i. CuiW 1 '
afora.aid.tha day and re«. «Weefe
... . NOTICE.
f5 r * * 87 ^ oî c iïïd x ; £
no.4eod3ir CaAkieT Bgacs;
Upon the application of Finny, u
data ofiuoh Letton, n sii ofth. m... ."if,
Pia.« of th. County of fSgbSufÄ"
all p.n.na hiTin, demand. a*u n ,t ,l" ln E,
Ute to present the same, or a hiA* k. 1
Act of Assembly in such cm bZ7 11
A Uc C1 ""° the >>o, tô bàîuM
ed within the same period in the Wn
mington Gazette, a newspaper published ill
f ) .Given under tbe hand and S«tl n
aforesaid, th. day wiitM«
b. C. BIGUS, Register.
... u NOTICE. 1
,~T 11 P«"°"® haviI \«ci a »rni. against the EsJ
täte ol the deceased must present the J
duly attested to tbe Adwini.trattim or"1
for» Oct. 14. 1877, or abide the Act ofAssemJ
bly in such case made a*m provided 1
fanny a. m-kowes, 1
... u... ■ . Adffiiniitrutii, I
Address—Wllmlogton, Del. octUeodJ.
NkwCabtlk County, Sept. 7th, lg:*'.
Upon the apnlication ol Jacob P. lierdmin.
Administrator. C.T. A., of Ned McL»u*h
lin. late 01 Wilmington Hundred, in aid
County, deceased, it is o-dered. and di
rected by the Register that the Ad
ministrator aforesaid give notiee of the
granting ef Letters of Adminis ration anon
the Estât» of the deceased with the dite
of granting thereof, by causinc adver
tisements to be posted within forty dan
from th» date of mob Letters, in six of tie
most publio places of ths oounty of Nev Cu
tis, requiring all persons having demandi
against the Estate to present the urns er
abide by an Act of Assembly in such cut
made and provided. And also cause the nine
to be inserted within ths same period in the
Delaware Gaaette. a newspaper published iz
Wilmington, and to be continued therein
Given under the hand and seal o
office of the Register aforesaid, i:
New Castle county aforesaid,
. J year ahovs written.
6. C. BIGGS, Register.
the day and
All nenonr havisg claims against tie El
täte of the deoeased mast present the mbs
duly attested to lae Administrator, on or be
fore 8spt. 7th, 1877, or abide the Art of
Assembly is auob case made and provided.
JACOB P. HERD via*.
Administrator C. T A.
Addres«—Wilmington, Del. srptlri®
T HE perfect satisfaction with which the
thousands wno have taken the pure
NITROUS OXIDa G At',
'Dr. VanDE VEMTER,
Fias made his skRl in Its adminlitration an
established fact; that it is a luxury instead
of something to be dreaded, and prove* iwt
it m the only safe process by which to have
teeth easily and skillfully extracted. *»•
teen years' experience enables him w per
form with perfect success all operation* oi
the natural and artificial teeth.
On» of the finest preparation j lor Marar
ing and hardening the gums is the Doctor »
Dontilaze, which he himself
puts up in the most beautiful style at half it*
fermer price. . ^
All branches fit greatly reduced price* »
suit the stringency of the times.
orne. 812 Hum Del
T. r. PEHWINCWS'
110 East Second Street,
#d to make all
Where he is prepar
kind« and styles ox
BOOTS and SHOES,
to order, in good style, of good material**
at Low Prioes. . , .
Ready Mad, Work «old «t fair pne«
WN B.—Repairing don. at ihort oouit.
neat, oheap and prompt, at
At INo. 11« K. Biecond street.
jyl2diim T. F. PESNINOI0 > -
BEOGS-Oo tho 18th instant. Prof- l
Beg«. Auditor of th, oitj oMGIn'"«"
in the 62d year of his age. ___—
J. T. GARDNER)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I>eale r '
Oyster, rweired d«UT. Tha
with th« FlNEMT O VBTKRS in
»»-Kamill«, «UDPhed wiUi I'?5 , h ' f! l)
opened and deliyored to all l » r in eTe r>'
at short notiM. Oyster» ,«rve.l up'"'
style. AWPrivate room, for L»-m>
Don't Forget! No grit or.
S. TV. Comer Seventh
nep7- 3m ___
New Store! New Goods!
Low r* rice * UI ,.
AFTER ALL, AFTER ALL. AITh '
offer the l ,c<,|,le
The best argument we can
Ijowmt Price« for Quality
This we do offer in every
Boot, Shoe or
Particular attentioa paid ,
, M .la « W. 0«. doojod
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