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of 9>h Stasfff( 4* 18*0 ■smtr, DEMOCRATIC) 1 ICE ET. worn ruaarDxwr, 0 4KM. WMrilU HAMOOCK, Of Pennsylvania. roe yioB-rnxMDBnr, HUN. WILLIAM MMUia. Of Indian*. old the and to K. .»OK »AKSHMSMT1A1. M.WWOKS OHARLHB K LORR, Of New Osetle county. ALBKRT WHITKLÏY, Of Kant County. Of Oaunty. _ BKPRftH**TATIVC W ÖOKQRW, H ON- EDWARD la NâMlH. roa democratic cor ntt ticket. »OK SHEKIV», PURNAL J. LYNCH. TOB OOBOBBB. JOSEPH YARN ALL. FOE STATE SENATOR, JAMES PARKE POSTLE8. haa can* u*e »OB «KVRKBKWTATIVI», JAMBVV.URAWEORD. MAHt-BALLB. CHANDLER. STEPHEN hPRINOER. the more lars The are New Ohio with the ers the ing the the ern 1 us of FOR LIVY OOÜRT COMMISSIONKHA, THOMAH LEE TaLLBY. Braudjw'e Hd. THOM AB J. HANNA. ChrUUatm Hil. ROBERT K» MORRISON, NewOMtle Hd. ALEXANDER WILSON, Beno»der Hd. MARTIN KAKKELL, WlHulu*ton Hd. TRE INSPECTORS' ELEC TION taket place to-morrow, the 6th inet. The polit will open between 9 and 10 o'clock, a. m., and close at 6 o'clock, p. m. Democrat* should not fail to Tote at the Little Election to-morrow, for Inspectors and Assessors. They should make a point to be at the polls as early as possible, aud uot neglect to urge their Democratic neighbors to attend and vote also. Thk Democratic mretisoh to-night should be largely attended. The ques tions of the campaign will be ably and eloquently disenssud by Messrs. Bayard and Whiteley at Fourth and Lombard ; aud by Hon. Hobt. E. Mouegban, Gbsi. B. Lore, and I. 0. Grubb, Ksqrs., at Front aud Madison. Vote To morrow. — Every Demo crat should vote to-morrow. It will take but a few minutes, and may re sult in greater benefit to the public interests than wonld be expected. One vote may decide the contest in your district. To vote iB manly, and the act of a freeman. Hot to vote shows a disregard for the country and a want of admiration for our free institutions. Every honorable man ahould desire to pay his tax as a con tribution for the good government ho enjoys, and not to vote is to show a disregard for law and order to that extent, and a willingness to prefer serfdom that the non-voters of mon archial countries are so ready to de nounce. The Radicals will rush their negro voters to the polls in all the districts in the State. They have arranged to do this.buping to surprise the Demo crats while napping and after securing a majority send it abroad that they have carried Delaware. Whatever may b* the result to-morrow the Re S ublicans and their negro allies will e routed in November. in Negroes and our Public Schools. —An important discussion has been carried on for two weeks between the Delawarean and the Daily New». The latter having published a long edi. torial article in advocacy of removing certain laws in Delaware from the statute books that made color a di«_ tiaction and prevents the negroes in. vading the public schools, and the in erman iage of white and black The article in question no doubt had a Pennsylvania origin ; although some of its chief points have since been recanted, it does not follow ibat its purpose does not exist strongly as ever. All know how ihe and Radical party, some years ago, weat into the election in Pennaylvania denying that it favored nutvereal suffrage, and yet as soon as the elec tion over its organs and political leagues declared in its favor. At the aame time they declared they were op posed to mixed schools, but as as they fcOt, the party power they put the negro in Ihe publie schools. And now any one who crosses the Delaware line into Pennsylvania will find that the negro is not only in the public schools but they are sandwiched in the classes. This is a fa it and any man who visits the schools al Coatesville or other towns in Penn sylvania will find it so. But this iB not all. The doctrine of equality has been carried to such an extent that Democratic farmers cannot get negroes to work for them because they do not ask them to set at the fiist table and eat with the whites. It is no uncom mon thing for a lazy negro to say to a Democrat that ho had better get some other laborer as he is opposed to all such distiuotions, and did not care to work for one who separated the whites and blacks at the table. This is a fai t and tbe editors of the Radical organs of this ci y who are from Penn sylvania and were violent politicians, know it, and design going to the same extent in Delaware to advance the negroes, as soon as they get the power. They would have put the negroes in the public schools of this city ten years ago, had it not been for the Democrats in the Board of Public Education. That ia well known ; and it ia well known that a great many Radicals in Chester county are in favor of permitting the intermarriage of whites and blacks. The Red Book is a nice little work that ha* been gotten out by an old journalist of Baltimore. It is in the interest of the great Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, but contains the election returns of all the States in 1876-78 and is a convenient little affair for reference and may be car ried in aae's pocket. It will be sent to any one who will write for it to C. K. Lord, Baltimore, Md. A Row in (he Union Leagues has broken out. A large body of the members of the Leaguo in New York haa declared in favor of Hancock, and denounce the effort* of the Republi can* to collect money from them to u*e for the benefit of the Garfield party. We abb assured by those who know, that during the past two week» the Republican politicians have raised more than a quarter of a million dol lars for use in Indiana and Ohio. The collections in Philadelphia, are credibly informed, amount to $100,000. New York, Philadelphia, aud Balti more have been leaving daily for In diana and Ohio, aud are in the special charge of Government detective». It is no secret that United States Deputy Marshals in Cincinnati, In dianapolis, aud other large cities of Ohio aud Iudiana have been selected with the special purpose of facilitating the operations of Republican repeal ers aud iutimidating legal Democratic voters. The men who are furnishing the money know perfectly well the purpose for which it is to be used. They are tho meu who pretend to be frightened at the peril of the solid South and the uuseltlcment of the business interests. They are conjur ing a spirit more dangerous by far to the stability of the business interests than the imaginary dangers Repub lican orators are pratting about. The very mouey these meu are en abled to contribute for these nefarious purposes they largely owe to the im proved condition of the South, which seuds a constant stream of wealth to Noitheru centres of trade. The un exampled prosperity of tho South, which is evidenced by the growth this year of six million bales of cotton, by the wonderful development of the trade of the Mississippi River, by the enormous consumption of our North ern products, dates lrom the political revolution of 1874. And hand in hand with this return of Southern prosperity has come the revival of the business interests of the whole country. 1 lie first great cause of this tide of prosperty was, of course, the benifi ccnce of Providence, vouchsafing to us such abundant crops; but the work of economy inaugurated iu 1875 by a Democratic Congress, saving in two years $57,000,000 in the public ex peuditures, was no insignificant fac tor. we Professional repeaters from The balance of trade began to bt* in onr favor in 1876. It lias steadily grown eiuce, till from $69,643,481 in that year it was $264,661,606 in 1979. Two «tapie article«, the product ol the yeomanry of the laud, breadstuff» aud cotton, gave us this balance ol trade and made resumption possible and insured tlie Btabiliiy of national prosperity. The excess of those two products over our consumption in four years years has reaehed the enor moiMi aggregate of $1,587,486,335. Of this vast sum cotton yielded $746, 364,035. Ami yet because this prosperous, wealth-coutributing section is politi cally antagonistic to the schemes and practices of Kepbulican politicians, a vast corruption fund is being raised to debauch the voters of Indiana and Ohio, to hire ballot box stu fiers, and to import ignorant and illegal negro voters ?— N. T. Sun. C onkltng Denpalrg of Ohio. al iB a all to a THK DEMOCRATS HOPE TO CARRY THK STATE. Cleveland, O., Oct. 2.— Jud^e Rufus Spaulding who called on Conkling before he Ml. said: "In course of coi.v. rs&iion "Couklmg asked me if the Democrats expected to carry Ohio 1 told him yes: an 1 lie replied: " IV'ell, the signs indicate it. I do not find the enthusiasm 1 ex pected. My audiences are cold and dis iant. There iesome demonstration, to be sure, but it is not spontaneous." "Did it si tike you that your audience was cold at Warren, »Senator, in Garfield's own district?" "Yes," said Conkling." Conkling's heart is uot in Ids work. At Cleveland lie disgusted a committee who expected to escort him out of the state with a great show, by saying that he was not a traveling meiiageile; that h s time was Ids own, and ha pieferred no display. They left him. On the road at Shelby Junction,he refused to respond to calls aud salutes from cannon, hut drew the curtains of his special car and iQlused to look at the people. They were enraged. There were no demonstrations at oilier points along the route. I have interviewed many Democrats and Republicans, and begin to think that the Democrats will certainly carry Ohio in October. The national committee sent a Ger man speaker here from New York. The Germans here were alarmed at his vio lent harangue. They think him crazy Ilia engagements bave been conceled. The Republicans have lost a powerful ally—the German newspaper, "Waschtar am Erie," edited by ex-Governor Muell er, a convert from Republicanism. Last year it opposed General Ewing,andthree thousand Democrats refused to vote lor the Democratic candidate. This year the Wiechter has declared for Lang and llau cock, George Mueller has organized a Iltucock club, with two thousand mem bers, half of whom were Republicans, lie say»: "This is a great manufacturing centra, and the employers are puisuinga plan ol bull-dozing their employees. We will lose some votes In Ibis way; but the sympathy of the laborers among the Germans are with the Democrats, 'and they are fast learning that it is to their interest to cease voting the Republican ticket. Townsend, the Republican candi date for secretary of state, Is very unpop ular with the Germans. Lang is very p ipuiar, and will run from three to five hundred ahead of his ticket." John A. Hutchins, Democratic candi date for Congres*, said: "If the Demo crats do their duty In s'rong Democrat c counties U hio) w ill go Democratic in October, and money can't save it to the lb-publicans." 's Credit Mobilier ecord. rfleld Cen. Ca From his Own 8wom 'IHtimony before the Poland Committee, Jan. 14, 1873. I never owned , received, drive any Mock of the Credit Mobilier, the Union Pacific KaUroatl, dent Is or profits arising from either yf them. /'Ivm Judgt Poland * Ht port, Feb. 18, 1873 — Harfield's Testimony Perjured. The facut lu regard to Mr. Garfield, that he agreed to re of any divi round by the agreed with Mr. A ol Credit Mobil the same. Mr. Ames received the iinlttee, to take teu shares slock, but did uot pay eighty per ceut, dividend In bouda and seid the for ninety-seven peroeut.,aud also received theHlxty percent, canlidlvi Ith the price ol >h Ich together ck aud li demi, the *.129. This mu in wi field by a check ol aud Mr. Garfield tiler crest, left a halauce ol ver to Mr. Uar paid the Hergeaut-at-Ai i niter stood this the balance of dividends alter lay ing for the slock. York I'imes, Feb. 19, 1873. the A'< bit »MeHftiH. Kelley ami Gailleld preiteiil a mont UiMtreHKlng figure. Their partici pation Iu ibe CredlfMobilleraltalr Ucom plicated by the moMt unfortunate coutra diulioiiH ol testimony. From the Net York Time*. Feb. 2U, 1873. The characlerof the Credit Mobilier was »•ecreLThe source of iu profilM well kuowu at the 111 nought it. Though oaken Amen may have concealing hin own motive, very GougreHHincii n ccceded li lo bribe Congressmen, their c(H-pt4iiice of the stock cot uul innocent. The dishonor of the obvious fraud vhich wi inar not in participai lo act, I still (•mains. of them have Indulged In test I the matter which l rad let ed. The committee it li r deren tlUH distinctly rejects the Itstmumy oj several of the members. This can only be dune on the ground Ihtil it is untrue. Put untrue testi. I non y given tnder oath ia morally, if not legally, perjury. to visit ho Us>k Credit the clear duty or Congre with punishment all Mobilier slock from Oakes A From the New York Tribune, Feb. 19, 1873 A. Garfield of Ohio had ten It Jai shares; never paid dollar; reoelved*329, hteli, after the Investigation began, he loan x tous to have considered to himself, of all of It Is that from Mr. Oakes A Well, the wicked these pie, deceived their constituents, and by betrayed the trust of the poo evasions und falsehoods confessed the Lrausaction to he disgi ceful. From the Sew York Tribune, Feb. 20, 1873. Mr. Ames establishes Very clearly the ithut be was not alone in tills offence. If he t* to t>e expelled tor bribery, the men bribed should go wlh him. S Un AMUSEMENTS. RAND OPERA HOUHE. G I'OSITI V KL Y ON K MIOIIT ONLY. Monday Evening, October 4th, 1880, JOSEPH JEFFERSON } It 41 H ACREN In Hherldau's famous comedy of The Rivals Presenting tho following great cast : •«. John Drew.... Mr. Fred Robin« Mr. Chas. W Mr. M. Barrymore, Rand, seat« umy *><• Co m Book Stor ....Mr«. Mai »prop .Sir Anthony riy " Hlr Lucl a pi. Ab» ate Languish It -yd at Tho ed A •p3U,oefl,2,4 PUBLIC SALES. ALE US GOWN. s ill The H u »»scribe «ell at Pulfiic Hale, Lion, Ea*i M Chenier county, l*a., MONDAY, OUI OBER 18th, 1880. Red I borough, ut 1 o'clock, p. m. FORTY HEAD OF KKkHH COWs A N I > MI» 111 N O I i RJ-.T W K N T Y H E A D OF FEEDERS. LO I' OF YOUNG BULLS HILL A HAILKY, mi And' L. W. sridhai A Mf 't 1 -is 1HOMAS M. Of AND REAL E 1 »K, AUCTIONEER TATE AGENT. perle iico in persons de.-lring to »ell Real Estate, will find It dvan tage lo gl •s rented, rent« collected and retu ed monthly. WIl| also buy second hand lurullure. New and second hand furni ture for sale. Store, Kn7 Market «treet, Wilmington, Del. a uetion suies prompt y attended lo. hi reHsonwblH raten. Driving hud fi the Recorder's < nil purchase their y* I D elaware carpet mouse, 309 MARKET HTREET. We bave lust received a large »took of fin Tap»Hlry llruNnelM. Tliree l*iy IncralHH and Uauiaak CARPET IN G S. Also a large assortment ~ OILCLOTHS. MATTINGS AND WINDOW SHADES. a call and satisfy yourself that giving bargains I1EJNHV GREBE, JLM1NGTUN. DEL Give we t D emocratic meeting. The l>emocrHtM of Appoqulnlralnk Hundred win hold a nnui* meeting et the hotel of Samuel T. Bouclielle. Towneend, ■ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER l«th, at 7 o'clock. Further particular» of Ihla meeting will he give» by poeter» In a few day». We have named Hie day a<i far lu advance that we hope we will not be in terfered with by the itdJoinlnK Huudreda boldine meeting» on the mine night. Chief William Herbert and the New Oua tle band are particularly Invited U> be on hand. al»o all candidate» on the Mate and County ticket. Speaker» from home and abroad will be Invited The meeting will commence at 7 p. III. , and continue Hnlll the programme 1 » goue through with If It taken all night. MANY DKMOCRATH. Appoqulnlmlnk Hundred, September 28th, 1880. aop29. SUM RIFF SALES. gHERIFF'B SALE. Ity virtue of sundry writs of Plus, and Als. Venditioni Expouas to me di rected, will be exposed to publlo »ale at the HOTEL OF JOSEPH KIDD. In Delaware City, In Red Lion hundred; New Castle county, Delaware, on MONDAY, the 18th day of October, 1880, at 1 o'clock p.m., the following described real estate, viz: — All the undivided one-ftlxtb part, and one tou'th part of a* other one tixth part of all that certain lot or piece ef ground In Delaware City In the county of New Co tie, State of Delaware, situât« northeastern side of Harbor street, begin ning at a I otnt In the northeastern slue of I he said Harbor street where the north western side of Clinton street continued up Its c«mrso 1 h a straight line would in tersect the northeas'ern side of the said Harbor atreet, running thence along said Harbor street, north lort>-wix and Ih quarter degrees west DA feet to land of Isaiah Macker, thence alun* saldHMCKer's laud and line at right angles with the last named course,norm*a* wardly tojlow wa ter mark in the rlver 4 l>e|aware be the dis tance more or less thence along said I water mark southeast wardly 1M feet more less to the northwestern side of the up per wharf of the Chesapeake A Delawaie Canal Company, thence alorg sal » wharf the cours« thereof south west wardly to the northeastern side of said Harbor street be the distance more or less, thence along saldllarbor street the course there of Mi feet more or less to the place of be ginning, bounded southwardly by Harbor street, northwestwardly by said Hackers K'ouuds, northeastwardly to low water mark on the rl verl »ela ware andsoutheast wardly by the upper wharf of the Chesa peake A Delà ware.Csual t onipany, with lin ee frame store houses th-treon erected and a frame freight house erected ou the wharf. •used a»'d taken In execution as the property of ANTHONY KEY BOLD, to be sold by t is id JOHN PY i.K, Sheriff. Sheriff** Office, New tanue, Hep ember ( »012- edlH 30, I*8U. S HERIFF'S HALF. By viI lue of a writ of Isevarl Fades, me directed, will be exp( I to publlo sale at IP THK HOTEL OK JOSEPH KIDD, In Delaware City, In lt*d Lion hundred, New Oaatie county, Delaware MONDAY, llio 18tb day of October, 1880, at I o'cIock p. na., the following describe I ai cHlate, AU that certain lot or parcel of land slt .e lying and being In the viilsge of Port Penn, In New Cattle county, and ,>tale Delavbure, and des rlbed In a certai vcyauce executed by Rebecca Reed U> Alrick R. Peiuilagtou heariug dale the twenty-third day of March, Anno iHiminl 1837, uh follows, to wit:—Beginning at the iiortheasi corner of the farm house porch aud funning thence southwardly by Con gress street, about do feet, thence west Uy running by the board fence which ■paraies the said 'om from tho property •upled by the said Rebecca Reed, about 180 feet to a lot now the property W iiliain C. t 'leaver, thence by the said loi noithwardly about 00 leet to Merchant street, thence cant ward I v do street about 180 teet to the beginning, eon taming ten thousand eight iiundred.feet, be ihe same more or less. Hiczed aid liken Into execution as the property of WILLIAM C &LJA80N auu MARGARET A., his wife,and A.Bendler terre tenuaut, and to be sold by JOHN PYLE, Sheriff. Castle, Sept. 30, :li-8lawts. 1 HhtrlfTt office, N 1880. ÇHERlFF'ô HALE. By * lrtue of a writ of Levari Facia«, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, nil Hhlpley street, kept by Isaac C. Pyle, m the city of W ilmington, Ne w Castle county, l)el., ON SATURDAY, The 10th Day of OCTOBER, 1880, at 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following described real estate, vie : A lot of ground situated side of Orange street, he w street aud Girard street, in the city ol Wilmington.with a frame dwelling house thereon erected, being No. 829 Orange rl, the lot having a f.ont mi reel of about 2n feel and the w< si Eighth i.ge lug back that depth, westerly about 120 feet to a mil street called New street, be the hat it umy. Belzed and tukei propeity of the VeHtrym of ihe swedes Lutheran church, culled Trinity church, and to be sold by JOHN PYLE, Hheritf. BherlflT's Office, New Castle, Sept. 30, ;ll -KtjiwLe In execution au Hie end Church warde 1880. HF.RIFF'H HALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias directed, will bo exposed to publlo S to sule.at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Hhlpley street, kept by Isaac C. l*yle, In the city of Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, 8ATURDA Y, The Iflth day of Oct., 1880, at 2 o'clock, p. in.. The following described real estate, viz : A lot of ground situate on the uortu west corner of Washington and Lutuyelte streets, In the clly of Wilmington h< ed aud described as follows, to wit: All Ihm lot ol ground, to wll, situated on the southwest corner ol Washiugiou and La layette streets lu the city ol Wilmington, hounded and described ns follow» to wit: All that lot of land on the southwest of Washington street ette atreet, with ling b use thereon e (seized and Utken properly be sold by d Lafay story frame dwel led. execution the ol William Askin'« estate and lo John p-» le, shetitr. Hhcrltt'H Oltlco, New Ca»! le, Hupt. SO, issu. ocil-eodtfl. gllERIFF H HALE. By virtue of a writ of Levuri Facias to directed will be exposed to public the »ule LAFAYETTE HOTEL, K|| Hhlpley street, kept by Isa« the city of Wllinlnglou, N inty, Del., on sU. Pyle, < 'asile Uo TUESDAY, Tho 12th Day of October, 1880, At 2 o'clock, p. in., the following described real estate, viz: piece of land situate 111 the city of Wilmington, bound ed aud described as follows: Beginning the easterly «lUeof Walnut Hlreet between Ninth and Tenth streets, al Hie dlstauce of 00 feet from tue southerly Hide of Tenth street, thei.ee easterly parallel to Tenth *t 70 feel to a lo feet wide alley, then southerly along the we«terly side thereof and parallel to Waluut street 14 leet less, to a corner of Edward ence thereby All that certain lot ;h, Dudley's land paralhd to Tenth street, 70 feet to the side of Walnut street aforesaid thereby northerly 14 feel one Inch, more or less to tbe place of beginnlug, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken Into property of Jacob Millie, deceased (John P. Allruond, administrator of Jacob Minis deceased,) and Mary H. M11I1«, and t. t., aud to be sold by •«terly d thence ■cution the JOHN PYLE, Hherlft. HlierlfTsOfflce, New Castle, Hep tern tier, l, A. D., 1880. sep24-eodts ANTED.—A cook. A W Lppljr to MARKET ST. 1106 SI ANTED—Uouue carpenter*. Apply to sept27-ttt* w WM.G. PIERCE. BMI Klug street. W ANTED—A purchaser for two 21 feet front lots on Delaware avenue, near Franklin. Address pU-d&wtf W ANTED.—A purchaser lor two finely located collage lots at Kehobolli, near the beach, or an exchange lor city property. Address, **D " this oftloe. sepil-d&wtf. ■'W'' ( 1 »zktte OrrH'S. FOR HALB OR RENT. I/OK RALE r That splendid stand. and hotel and E remises at Towiiseud. Pi le n #4,000. Due •»If cash, and the balance In one and two year«. Possession given on the 'iUh of March, 1881. For further particulars en - quire of the undersigned. HAMUEL TOWNHENI). sepl T-eodlm. Townsend. I»et. f j^OR HALE.—One-horse family Phu-tou 1 to seat four persous. In good order, a bargain. Apply at Pioneer Club Htahi es, Orange street, below Ninth. aug2-tr. notai;*». <J Cenm Reward. Left the premises of the undersigned ou the 6th day or »March last. lhHü, Wm . H, Lewis, an indentured apprentice to tke undersigned for the farming business, from the •'Children's Home" In Wilmli g U»u. WM. K, ItlUGH, »E. Clayton, Del., Kept. 25, 1880. sepSO-Sw. el 1 ICE.— It very democrat that wishes to be ualu'alizcd will leave their names at the slot e of W. H. t^ulim. No. \tl Market street, and bring their vouch ers, I he Committee will their papers. By order the Democratic dation, sep'JO if. N that they gel W. H. QUINN. ( iwtlrnian. A PROPOSALS. f )HOPOMAI»M FOR GRADING. Office or thk htkkkt com mission kk, No. S'^E. 6th 8t. , Del., Hept. 28, 1880. proposais will he received In the ne Cl I y Council up Wll.MINO Healed oox in t 7.30 p. ni., Thursday, October 7th, lHHu, for grading .ShalleroHH Avenue between Llncolu and Uuol to he removed is about boo cable y ardu, which Ih to be taken aud depoHileu any where Comm Undo security In Hie puny tlie good faith of the bhld ■els. The amount ofmuteria ill 1 1 * five squares that the Hlreet may direct. A hou I wlin of *100 ni il h t accoui a guarantee of . The Clly •II reserve the right to reject a iy all bids. A I bids must be properly signed, sealed and endorsed, "Proposais for Grading Hhalicrosn Avenue." F furtlo r Inf ji uiutloii apply to L. P. LYNCH, Hlreet Commissioner. ;h i-roposal sep28-toct7. pltOPOHALH FOR GRADING. X OFKICK OK THKHTRKKT COMMIHHION NO. &. ttlXtll Ht. Wfl.MINOTON, Del., Kept. 28, 1880. Sealed i>reposals will he received In tho box In liio c»iy Council chninher, until „ Thuraday. October 7ifi, 1880, for grading me la «I of lenlh street, bttween id Bennett KtroeUi, The amount 01 material to he re wlilch Is lo be lakpi 7.30 p. about l(»u yards, d deposited 0>< lleald street between Twelfth aud Van (lever A venue. 1 lie work will be the direction of the Street C( A bond with oved udet lsslouer. of one oiiipauy each the biddsr, the right to all bids. Alt bids must he rely 1 bundled dollaiN must pro|H>»al for the good faith 1 lie Clly Couucil reaer Jeot any property signed, sealed aud endorsed. "Proposais for Grading Tenth street. For further lnlormuLiou ap|>ly to *ep28-toot7, I b* lynch, Street Commissioner. r yROPOSAL HFOR GRADING. ukuok or tu k iStukkt Com , No. 8'^ K. 8th Ht. WlI.MINOTO.N-, Del., Sept. 28, 1880. Sealed proposals will be received In the box iu the City Council chamber, until 7.30 p. in., Thursday, October 7th. 1880, for ng Jack sou street, buiw een Eleventh iue. All extra dirt ted to bring the street lefft take MIHHION gl d la; la ware A that is per grade between 8th and 9Hi hi reels. The work must be doue the Street. Commissioner. A bond with curlly lu the sum of one hundred dol bus must actioinpauy each pioposal guarantee of t lie good faith of the bidder. The City Couucil icsei veine right to Jecl any or ail bids. Ait bidn must bt properly signed, healed and endorsed, 'Proposals lor Grading Jackson Street.' 1 For lurlln r tutormullou apply to L. V, LYNCH. sep2H-toet7. Street Commissioner. pro from Harrison, «der the supervision KO pus ALS FOR CONSTRUCTING A SEWER. Office of thk Strk.kt C OM MISSION KK, No. E. Sixth Ht WII.MINOTON, Del., H-pt. 27, 188W. . Sealed prcpomtlM wll! Ire received In the box li 7:30 p. lor building side of Second street down Adams to the soutli side of rieaHunl Hlreet natural water course If directed by the Street Commissioner. The sewer will about 193 leet In length The walls will be built ol stone turundied by the city. WallN to be two feet thick and about five the nature of the ground; the excuvutiou for ihe wads •h be c the City Couucil ctmmb . Thursday a double October 7th, issu, sewer from the north follow the be leet high, depending must In al to obluiu ü led deep enough firm and «olid foundation,and must he planked. The bot u ver Led if sessary tom will be •h ol two aud a half leet radius, well paved with good hard brick .uld dry and grouted with good hydraulic cement; the newer ered '111 be oov ilb flag Hloue b leet long 18 luches Wide aiul ti Incite* thick and w the walls movement. fitted on that there will be no rookiug spaces between the edge« of the covering flag Htoue must be closed With small stones laid in good oemeht mortar. There wll 1 be four inlets with Becond and Adams streets. The walla of the miete built of g< (M hard brick laid In good ce ment mortar und a< least 13 luoiieH thick; the Intel» will be covered with Iron plaie« 4 leet (j 1 dies long 2 leet 9 uutheu wide Inches thick, with Hbutler In top «1 Iron grate bars In front; the stone walls of me sewer must be laid In good hydraulic cement iimrlar • ■quai parts of oeiiK ut and cle I Hide o| ■ •h sewers ust d 1 imposed of river d p.ivemeui of the list he plastered with O! id made d; sewer in or lu r ooLli aud h um to possible. Rids are requested mule stadng price per lineal loot fi »«•wer, in« p Ice per lineal fool Include Hie cost ol pulllug ln brauch sew ers, lulus, excavation and back filling and ail the maiei lui aud labor ueces*ary ph te the work (except the «loue lor the Walls). Thu contractor must he responsible lor all accidents work be lo id have tbe plated and the strep 1 ail cleaned up aud the dirt removed to wherever the miasioaer directs, the date awarded. For every day ihereafiur (here will be a forefit of ten dollars par day — The work must be done In a good aud workmaullke manner, according to the plan furnished by the City (Surveyor. Tbe execution of «aid work and the perform ance of the conlrHct «ball la- under tbe direction and supervision of ihe Hlreet (Joiniiiis»loncr and the work iiiuhI be sp ' .. ,l by him hefiire It will accepted by the Htreei Committee. A bond with »e rlly lu the «um of five hundred dollar« u«t accompany each propos tl lor tbe good failli of the bidder. Aud the pern » or persons to whom tbe contract may be arded »ball Five a bond wilb security in the Mini of one thousand dollaia for tbe fait hiu! performance ol the contract. The Ulty C < und I reserve the rlgut to reject any or ull bid«. All bids must he proper ly signed, sealed and endorsed. "Fropo Is for coiiHtructlng aewer" blank propo sals or any fur Lber Information that may be desired will lie furulstud on applica tion to ithlu alx he eon tract 1 « ty days In i"-' L. I». LYNCH, Hl reet Commlsslouer. sep27-to oct7 W. F. KOBINNON, PRACTICAL TIN ROOFER, No. 7. E- Third street, cmommT a MiU'i mwt, Crosby & Hill Have received another large lot of (THEIR FAMOUS BLACK French Cashmeresi ALL WOOL, At muU a yard, We are now showing the beet BUGK SILKS for 75 oents ever offered. Till* BII.K IB GASHMHRR PINIBU, BOFT AND PLIABLE, with a BBAIJTIFUL I.UBTKB. It le * r *markable BARGAIN Crosby & HU1, 220 a^d 222 M!AFtK.ITT ST., WILMIRCTOH, BKL. JOHN W /NANIA Kir HOW TO GET AÜ1 evertl.ingbel. w val Ev * r y -lay durin all sorts of goods Ir that for one re or another are in our , are picked «, t and gether to l, e g su -rem pU »old at Flees ns they will J n 7 i, art ; un,| esirablefj 0 h ?M; ,n *t they ,„ ay good for the buyer as, thing we have We have sold already summer not h ss than l\ OOO worth of goods at irr lar prices in this way f or $•-> 0 , 000 , and more are many thou?; „ . going. Thei something marked dow nearly every counter i store. in Everythin" suhl is ret abld if unsatisfactoiy at price. JOHN WANAMAKE Chestnut, Thirteenth, M»rket*j u PHILADELPHIA. mayl». Warner's Safe Kidney «Livei CUR] $1.25 PER BOTH A Positive Remedy for* Kidney, Liver and trim Troubles of both Male Female. READ »li«. RECOll Ala. "It Is the remedy that will many diseases peculiar to wot. — Mother'I ifoi/anJ '•It has paHHed severe test* ami wool dorHSiiieuu from some or the- hid medical talent In the countiy.'-.Vl World. "No Remedy heretofore dlucoveredl be held for»one moment m eonuiag with It."— V. A. Han»u, Ik l)„ lliol ton. J). C, This Gkkat Natural Kemrdy is] HA1.K li Y DKUUUIHTH IN ALL 1*AKT* tue Would. cure Try it &nd Take 110 0 bi H. H WARNER A CO, ROCUKHTER, N.i augll. AM NOW PREPARED TO DELfi ALL SI/.KH UK I COAL OF— SUPERIOR QUALITY, For family use at the LOWEST MARKET RATI All coal well screened und put In cellars* 33. F. TOWNSEND, Fourth Ofkici and Yayd, Foot aug21-ly. OBINNWK, t II A.MM.EK A 4«., K BANKERS 718 MARKE!' STREET WILMINGTON, DEL, FOR HALE. HO shares City Railway Block. Waktku.—H ix per cent city loan, loi run. Deposits received, 4 perceut. luterwG lowed on dally balance«. Home and foreign investment. He™ 1 apl J-tl ties bought aud sold. SPICES! SPICES! PURE GOODS ONLY. As we are the only house their own spices, you tnny "l > reiy on getting PURE SPICES 0NEÏ doanyCanolog Mckltog. If vou are going to Preserving, Spicing, Jellies, I lien can us for your spb'e« AI.HO THK BUST , ami 50 ami 60c. Tc CUSTOMER 8, 25c. Coffee 801.0 JR THK CITY. SUGARS AT COST TO OIVK ITS A CALL, CRIPPEN'S STORES TEA No. .¥ »'■ Third Street .0 East Beeona '<• jhmwtos. I'* Mislrtke No Wll Look for Name; Make no IUHSUTON w VVORK^i COLOR f or Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax —and Soi.UABi.it Blue for —AT— THE Paint Store j;, Tliiri* Çtrurt. Bradford's Nos. 6 and 8 WiLMiN<ii' 0N > DKL.