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BETBAYlNfi THE UNION.
Having abown, by copious extracts from the
speechaa of Abraham Lincoln, W. H. Seward,
Wendell Phillips, Wm. Lloyd Garrison, and from
tbe editorial writings of tbe Chicago Tribune, and
tbe New York Tribune and many other lending
supporters of the present Administration, that they
were all original seoessionists and disunion
to give tbe evideoce that Mr. Lin
we proposo
coin himself bas, within tbo last three months,
been ooocerned in a movement to make peace with
Jeff. Davia, on terms involving the direot proposal
to divide the Union end let tbe Soatk go,
Two Republican self-appointed commissioner*
to Richmond, with Mr. Lincoln's
make peace with Jefi.
recently
permiiaion, to attempt
Davis and the South. These oommissioners
Messrs. Gilmore and Jacquess.
Mr. Gilmore first went to Wosbiogton, and bad
two interviews with Mr. Lincoln, and, in bis
port, M.*. G. says of Mr. Linooln :
"He told
» la a slear, direot way, the terms he
would give the rebels, A portion of these terms
have since been inolnded in tbe amnesty procla
mation; tbe
Ido not feel at liberty to make
public
Mr. Gilmore was then authorised to commuai
cat« these private views
quently these
Mr. Jacquess. Subse
peruiitted by Mr. Lin
band, to go to
their
ooln, with authority under hie o
Richmond to
Mr. Davis, and
cjnnt only, without consulting Mr. Lioeoln, to talk
about a plan of settlement. Wben iu Richmond.
Messrs. Gilmore and Jacqu,
not#
ibe following
Mr. Benjamin, tbe Couioderaie SarrsUiy
of 8l
"SPOTTIWOOU HwOSlt, 1
Kiowromd, Va. # July 17, 1884 j
"Hou. J. P. Benjamin, Secretary ut State, dc :
"Dear Sir; Tbo undersigned rsspectfully soli
cit an interview with President DaVll.
"They visit Kinbmond only
official character or autboriiy; butihsy
'acquainted with tbe views ut tbo United States
Government aud with tbe sentiments of tbe North,
people relative
private citlzsus,
bid
adjustment uf tbe differ
existlng between the North and the South'
and earnestly bupe that a free Interchange of views
between President Davit and themselves may open
the way to euch offioial negotiations
in restoring peace
will result
of our die
ttaoted co u
r f
"They, therefore, ask
interview with tbe
President, and, awaiting yoar reply,
"Truly and respectfully yours,
' JAMES F. Jaqdksh, of Illinois,
"Jamkr R. GrLUORE,of Massachusetts
-how these men wose authorized
to say that they knew Mr. Linooln'« views. Tbeir
proposals therefore,
with bis views. Wbat was tbe proposal P Read
it, as they themselves state that they laid it befor«
Davis :
"Sapp ose tbe two governments should agree to
something like ibis - Togo to tbe people with two
propositions, say peace, with disunion* and South'
independence, aa your proposition—and peace
confiscation, and
ours. Let tbe oitizens of tbe
they existed before tbo
Wa have
of oourse, in accordance
the
tbe
*"
u
with nnion, emancipation,
universal amnesty,
United States (
•yes'
•>
tbeso two propositions, at a
special election within elxty days. If a majority
votes disunior,
and to let you go in peace. If a majority
nnion, yonrs to be btUDd by it, and to stay in
peace. Tbe two governments
way, aod the people, though constitutionally
ble to deoide
he bound by it'
fcvernmoot
plnn
that
contract in this
, can elect which of
peaco
tbe two preposition« shall govern their rulers.—
Let Lee and Orant, meàmchUe, agr
<»c«. This would eheathe the
sheathed,,it iceuld net 1
oid; and, if
again be drat
generation
lan
sula
tam
tbi?
lars
have Lincoln's plan 1 Arm'oii
many words ! Wo ask tbe solomn
and
disunion in
consideration of tbe American people to tbe facts
hsre revealed by the confidential friends of Mr
Linooln.
1. Mr. Lincoln told Mr. Gilmore tn a clea- di ce*
way, the terms ho would give the rebels."
2. Mr. Gilmore
permitted by Mr. Liu coin
to oommunionte these views lo Mr. Jacquess.
permitted
in
in
of
(he
gia
ery
irg.
is
to
I Emm
go Scath
hand, to have
by » pass in Mr. Lincoln's
interview with Jeff. Davir.
4. They gave a written pledge to the reb«]
'President' that they
views of the United Slates Government, in respect
of peace
6. They leid their 'views' before Mr. Davis, and
thue embraced, 6jst, an armistice, and secondly,
disunion, or Union with abolition, as tbe only quel
tioa between tbe partiee.
6- These men spoke of Davis us President Davir,
and of kll negotiations us between
in possession of the
i -
govern*
monts.
If the Democratic convention at Chicago bad
monstrous iato its
high
incorporated a propositi
platform, it would have beeu condemned
treason by the indignant voice of every loyal
in the land; and yst Mr. Lincoln's party pretend
to be horrified at the idea of "a cessation of hostil
ities !" It Is this proposal which ti(e friends o(
Mr. Linooln assured Mr Davis to be tbe views of
Mr. Lincoln, wbiob they
before they
sien 1
put ia possession o'
to Richmond by his permis
Mr. Lincoln is there!',.
pledged by bis friends
to this treasonable proposition. We bave only
thank Jeff. Davis that the infamous proposal
sot accepted !
if it bad been accepte J by him, where would
we be to day ? The Houtb would vote for dis
a
a
ao* •
the
union and independence, and tbo abuliliou dig
unionists of the North would vote for dixuulon,
eb they are pledged to do, and as Mr. Lincoln
knew they would, and thus a maj irity of the
people would deoide to dissolve the Uuiou and
let the Southern Confederacy become
oomplished fact.
This was the proposition made by the
mlssioners who went to Richmond in full pos
session of the views of the present Administra
tion! We shrink with horror from contempla
ting the gulf into which the oountry was on the
verge of being plunged !
But With the
With th* same determination to divide the ooun
try unless they can seouro universal abolition,
we are exposed to the lame dangers every day,
and God only knows in what unlucky hour
ruin may be oonsumated.
Mark how Mr. Linooln constantly keeps up
tbe idea of negotiating only with Jefferson
Davis. Why does he never address himself to
the people or the States of the South ? He
treat with people or with States. But no, he
disfranchises the people, declares the States
dead, and proposes to treat for union and aboli
tion, or for disunion and independence, with
Jeff. Davis and only with him. Compare his
polioy with McClellan's expession of readiness
to receive any Stale when its people offer to
submit to the Union. Mr. Linooln declares the
Union already dissolved. He regards the
States as dead and goae. He magnifies and
strengthens the (osition of the Riohmond dynas
ty by everything be does. He recognizes Davis
substantially from day to day.
See tbe testimony of Mr. Dawson, the editor
of the Albany Evening Journal (violont radical),
as to the state of feeling among Lincoln
Washington, on this very subject. The Nation
al Intelligencer says :
disunion
In power,
I
the
at
his
ed
to
tho
the
jor
to
tor
at
is
We have the authority ot Mr. Dawson, a
• I prominent office-holder of the present Adminis
tration, who is at the same time one of the edi
tor« of ihe Albany Evening, for saying that
"there is auoh a yearning for peace, euch a
weariness of atrife and bloodshed, and such a
dread of cost and taxation, that it will require
immense labor and constant appeals to the
tioaal pride and latent patriotism
people up to the sublime work
oouutry is
ed that be alludes primarily
of the Administration. But not'so. Writing
from tbit oity to hii journal, under date of Au
gust 6th, be says:
The question of peso j is still
ing themes discussed i
mong the weak kneed and despondent Union men
bold the
whioh the
eugag«d." It might be euppos
the opponents
qf tbe lead
all circles, and fioda
(so called) as well a» among those whose lore for
the Union is overridden by their sympathy Jor the
rebellion, a preference for a divided Union rather
than a further prosecution of the war. The let
ter are for a peaoe upon auoh a basis because
it is what the rebels desire; and the former
hint it on the ground that it would be better to
h&vo a Northern republio without slavery than
a reconstructed Union with It. There
fear, more who think this thought than utter it,
because there are probably more men than
think who have no heart-love of country, and
who would bo content with any national boun
daries which would secure them individual
peace and plenty."
It is time for all good men to pause auJ sol
emnly ask themselves if the destinies of our
oouatry ought to be again intrusted to the keep
ing of men who are disunionisis at heart, and
have already offered to betray the Union.
Whoever loves hie country more than party
will vote to6xpel disunion from tbe government,
and put the helm into the bands of one who
will guide the Ship of State into the port of
Union Ann Peaöb.
I
A Political Mxetiko Attackbd—Los* o r
Life.—A few days ago tbe friends of General
McClellan heida meeting ia tbe Methodist
Churob at Troy, Lincoln county, Mo , which
was attended by melancholy eïrcu»8tanes9 .-
Tbe St. Louis Republicau say9 ;
Before the meeting was organised several sol
diers entered the churob, aud one of the num.
old gray
know whether
ber accosted tbe first
headed citizen—
•*tbia
he
id desired
coufleivative meeting " The old
genilemau replied that it wan, aud
ateiy si ruck
imioedi
the bead. Several of bis friends
interfered and tha auldiers I hen began to dis
charge tbair firearms promiscuously at the
crowd Col. Aleck Reed, an estimable young
shot dead. His br>iher. ('apt James
serioasly wounded. Miltou Sand
ford was alsu wounded—lueiog an arm. At the
begiuning of the rebellion iu nor.h Missouri,
these gentlemen were among the first to take a
firm anddecidedstaud forth« Union, and all be
longed to tbe early militia organizationa.
tbe soldiers bad discharged tbeir firearms
they got away and in id« tbeir escape out of
town.
Slid.
A ■■
won
"My Plan."
A blacksmith tendering a watchmaker "his
plan" for tbe adjustment of a bairspriog
repair of a mierosoopic cog—a batcher's
lie» Illuminating Doctor Mott or Doctor Paocoast,
with '*hls plau" of amputating a log,
artery—a country squire expounding to Chief
Justice Taney "bln plan" of eoteriog j idgmente_
u common bugler edifying General Butler
with "bis plan" if gettieg other people's property
—mu9t all nsigQ :be palm of downright,
norant impudence
träte, as displayed in the following statement of
His plan" for takiog Richmond :
tbe
HI,,*
>'» ig
illustrioas Chief Magis
Executive Maemoi. i
Washiroto», Feb. 3, 1862. >
■" and I bave distinct and dif.
plans for a movement of tbe Army of tbe
Potomac; yours to be done by tbe Chesapeake,
the Rappahannock to Urbans, and aveross land to
tbe terminus of tht railroad on the York Hiver:
mine to move directly to a point on the railroad
southwest of Manassas.
If you will give me eatiefactory anticeri to tbe
following questions, I shall gladly yield my plan
*" yonrs: r
1st. D«
My Dear Sir: Y
u
not your plan involve a greatly larger
expenditure offtrne and wane:; than raine?
3i Wh.reln i. a vlct.ty mcr.vaUaUt by jour
plnn than min*?
4rb. In fact wu'uld it not be less valuable io this:
that It would break no great line of the enemy's
communicatiu. *, while mine would?
, _ , ' ,f disaster, weuld not a retreat bo
difficult by y<ur plan than mint?
Yunrs, truly.
5tb. In
Abradau Lixc:lx.
Mfijo^-Goneral McClellan.
Tbid kind of stnpii moddling with hiv plana by
Lincoln and ötanton, harrassed General McOlel
lan at every step. All tho disasters
sula result from it, and tbe great victory or Antio
tam was wt.n ia spite of it. "My plan" has cost
tbi? > .11 ctodc.tuitry bnndieds of millions of dol
lars and hundreds of thousands of lives._ Age.
tho Penin
the ÄeTplrfe
LedKPr wriles on Mnndav evening.
This ha& been a day of feverish excitement
in financial and commercial circles, resulting
in a whoheale decline in the prices not or.lv
of gold, hut of produce and general merchan
dise. Th" reporred capture of Mobile, and
(he hfclii i that peace propositions In un Geor
gia have been transmitted hy General Sher
mau tu President Lincoln ate the matches
which produced the explosion. Gold, an cka,
foreign excburge.flour, pork and almost
ery article figuring in speculative operations
slaughtered without murev in the early
parr ul the day, the rapid andiieavy decline
making Ueggrrs of eotne parlies who were
rich when they came down town in th« morn
irg. Fur speculative gentry however there
sympathy, expressed outside their ov
immediate circle. If they bought their
chaudise when gold
287. and a
'•stundard of value" is down to ld7, they will
doubtless be ruined*, hut what is lost by them
is gained by the initiions who have for a long
time been the victims ofu system oi inflation
wholly unwarruiited by the military and A
nanciul situation. Hence if Wall street is
to day, like Niobe, ull tears, the rest uf the
community is very happy.
.
(not long ago) at
w compelled to sell when the
Political.— The following is the result ot
a vote taken tu n Masonic lodge ol this city
a few evenings ago, aiter the labors of the
lodge had dosed:
McClellan
Lincoln
Fremont
A voie was taken on the 230, among the
canalboaimeii between Spraker'a and Cana
joharie, with the following result:.
McClellan
Lincoln
Ol the canal boatmen, who passed through
the lock at Spraker's on the 23d, six'y-two
were lor McClellan and ele veu for Lincoln.
21
i
150
32
The Presidential Question.—T he fol
lowing is a correct vote tuken Tuesday on
ihe Ü P. M. iraiu fiom Washington.
McClellan.
Lincoln.
. Ô5
.23
I to
The first great mistake of the adminis:
lion was dividing the Army of the Potomac
into five ind enendent divisions, ordered to
report to the Secretary ol Wsr. The second
removing from McClellan's command
Blenker'a division of 10,000 men. The
third, in issuing the order countermanding
the previous one tor the 10,000 surplus men
at Fortress Monroe. The lourth. in with
holding McDjwell'sldivision of 58,000
—thus taking from McClellan 53.000 men
who hnd been promised him, and reducing
his effective lore« to 85,000.
Tbe estimate of Ihe rebel Ibrce in Virginia,
iron) the best sources of inlormat ion. amount
ed to 150.000.
With McDowell's force co-operating, as he
repeatedly urged and b sought the President
to allow him to do. Richmond would have
been taken and the rebel lorces driven from
Virginia.
It this had been done, it follows that we
should havo avoided Pope's disastrous rout,
tho loss ol Martinsburg, Harper's Ferry, the
the raibs into Maryland and Virginia, the
battles of South Mountain, AnreiUm, Fred
ericksburg, Uhanccllorsville, Gettysburg,
besides our enormous losses in the various
sanguinary and brilliant fights from tho Rip
idan to Petersburg, involving in all 250,000
men killed and wounded, besides countless
millions ol money. With such results flow
ing Irotn a series of blunders, protested
against by the stgasious McClellan, is it not
time, in the language of the President to
''swap horses/'
Gen Hooker in the -Field Again. — Ma
jor General Hooker received orders at a late,
hour on Monday night to report immediately
to the Secretary of-War for assignment to
duty. The General accordingly leit the As
tor Housj on Tuesday morning, nnd arrived
at Washington in the evening. The exact
nature or field ol the General 's future action
is not yet known.— N. Y. Times.
;
Kutliii'laatju Met ting of the Old 31eC!ellau
Guard*
A Urge «ad spirited meeting of the Old McClel
lan Guard na« held lait night at the. ball of the
Keystone Club, on Chestnut street. As is usual at
all these meotings, the hall was fi'.lcd
ing, hundreds of soldiers from the various hospi
tals, and those on furlough at their homer, being
present. Tbo obalrs on the stage being occupied
with orippted horoes, who had served full
under tleir gallant commander. Captain Jeremi
ah Sullivan occupied the chair. As
meeting W38 called to order the following pream
ble nnd résolvions wsro read :
Where a We have met, being citizens of tbe
United States and having tberoby the right
press our choice of candidates for Proridaut of tbe
United States; and whereas having joined tbe
my of the Uaited 8 'ates, and having put
lives in peril as evidence of our devotion for
oouutry, its Constitution and Its flag, therefore
citizens and soldiers
port, and
Resolved, That
and navy gave
appreciating the worth of
Msjor General Geo.B. MoClellan, und
soldiers only vac, the attempts made
comrades in the army to violate ibelr
sciences at the coming elsoliun by severe treatment,
solely for tbe purpose of compelling them to sup
port a candidate for whom they have neither lo
Rteoived, We feel it our duty to enowurage
comrades, in and out of the aervloe, to maintain
Üiw
I
:l ■
united in their aup
connection with tbe army
opportunity of knowing and
beloved oommandtr,
denounce
to comp< 1
r
:
despite and pmceuiion, their natural birth right
io voting fur (be
uffioi.
j
, *$2
8o1 ' I
o{ their choice for public
HeiolteJ, That the motives wblcb made
diers proc'aim it
Presidential
McClellan, knowing him
patriot, able
duty to "fall in fur the (of
pslgu under General George H.
I ■
_ ....
be a true soldier end
« I -„jjK i„ I
cummend iu war and guide In j
i'A unity,
c, and bring oar country baok
when tbe Constitutiou
the supreme law
President and people and ih* personal rights of
protected and secured.
•very
Rtsoletd, That
by tbe present Administration to rednoe the white
to the level with tbe negro. We did not
condemn all the means u«ed
ter tbe service for tbe purpose of attempting
equal; and
make the negro
for any party that seeks to give the African tbe
tbe nbite citizen.
will never
un
^
political rights
Reeolt td, That putting tbe negro in tbe
hospital with
brother soldiers, keeping
comrades in Southern bavtiles, because the Presi
dent
the Uuited States Is
willing toexobange
unless tbe negro is ad
comrades
visit
for whi'.e
in it ted to ba his equal; that refusing
in hospitals and camps pormission
meetings, and forcing thenrto attond those of tbe
Repnblii
indigoitie« which
appeal to
in rectifying at tbe polls
the people to aid
election day.
Reeolved, That
the "Model.s
Old Guard"
rights, and tbe right* of
intend to guxrd
tbe people, and secare a free ballot, and maintain
, the Union
by
j did by
and tbe Constitution.
Gen. Wm. McCandists
mado a few remarks in reference
tbo Association, and of the gallant heroes compos*
ing it. These
vice, without the promise of high bounties,
given. [Lon 1 applause.] Tbe emancipation
issued and the soldier
introduced and
the objects of
the flrst to entor tbe
proclamation
polled to light for the freedom of the nogro, and
t the rostoration of tbe Uoion. The resnll of
all this has bson to nnlte the people of tbo South,
and dtj-unite the people of tbo North. Aak
any southern offioer who may be
be will toll you that he weuld not be in tne army
tc day had not that proclamation been issued_
ptured, and
a
the
■ Qscation act
also touched by the
claimod by him to havs done
speaker, and
equally es much towards widening th* breach be
twoen the North and 8>.ntb. If the instructions
given in McClellan's Harrison Landing letter had
been carried oat, we should have had
bui
day, bat poacs weuld reign throughout
the land. [Applause.] Tho speaker noxt review,
•d at
•ntrwe
tbusiastic applause.
Patriotic and soul-stirring addresses
letins
le^ bib e vu i lLtaty we ar of Q sn.Mo C lei 1 an,
also
doiiverod by Messrs. Jno. O'Bryno, Joe. P. O'Neill
and otters:—Aye.
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This, together with the most improved Oilmens,
und picesing grounds and fixings, make this
siranle gallery in tha oointry. The proprietor# are deter
mined, as tbeir« is proverbially ibe CHEAPEST, It shall
Best Gallery in the City.
The public are invited to examina
pe. iu Oil. All kinds of picture
tylc. Photograph Frames in great
ENTRANG J ON «th ST., AND- ON Ah 011 8 TRUST.
t#p 27-lm*
M
; I
wlttl
spwi
pied, any size
A
LARKIN A CO.
at
MAHHIKO.
U U1LI.OU— VI liMJKK-Ou ibe ^Oi
-. by tb« n. v Fa-In r H-elly,_ __
'•** V^VfrrUrj dauglitar o! tbo lute Flo-ennio A.
.u P.tk
.C« .U.llu|tU.ll ftud
nuco.
R »HINSON —On the 28th cf September .1*84, Thoman T*
Hoblneon, iu the 61st yenr ol his a at. The retati
friends ol the family are reeprctfully Inv
ueral. from hie lute i
on Paturd .y afteruiiou, Uc
further noth
RUTLEDGE — Septaratpr 3d, at :fae Psrsonave in Mel
bourne, Canada E»-t. Aduo Itetledgs, daughter of the
Kev. I. L. Out torn'time Fe dor of St. Lube'j Clrarcb,
Pea ford, und other chu
Weep not lor her I Her memory is tbe »hr - .
Or pleasant though'*; soft as the scent of flrwerr,
Calm as on wind blow a « re the sun's drcllur;
th>* song ol bird# among the bower;
Rich as a ra nbow with it» hues of light.
Put* as th« moomhins
Weep net for ber I
EINLIN.—Sej>remb:r 11 la tbU city, John KinUn, aged
i.
nr
or
No 1UI Pop
M,at 3 o'clock, with
M

Iu Sussex County
aatumn night I
L.
WUJEKÖTON PH10E OUHREWT,
F am ATI
AT THE KRANDYWINM MILLS,
fr-ptembsr 30, 1804
Flour, per barrel, from wagon#,
'Aeat, per Caahei. «... "
CtOSSOISO T0S8SAI»
raik rats»,
1
fid 50ali T6
7 00
I M
1 s„
A\\
leal, per
i per 61 lbs
; Hr*«! •• •
»1
Ho
, o v ■
I
:
1 *:■
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.
Ms«.—Balts of «upeifln« Fl<*
■'enusylvau'»' and Ohio family at gV2
iry nt fl r 76. 8mai! sales i<> tba trade
$'000 to 12 SO fur comm n aud fancy. ?«1 h- of Rvv
at $!0 60. In corn meal thare Is noibtig doing to
**Îih°ÏÏ a
per barrel, and
♦10.76 J
Pic
aid«
on
■I*'
of good and prime old red Wheat at (2 3'J
t'U-b.d, sr,.l $i Ï6 for new Pem.sylvani--.and
j 1)6 h 2 2C for S lutbera. Whin* ranees from $2 C3 Jo
*$2 04. lo Rye there I» nothing doing. Corn—Yet io^ »
' I dull at |1 60 a I 07 afloat. Uats are unchanged. Met
w l't-uns lvanla and Delawai
•2bi P
(of ne
old
- d-m'iuJ at $13 00 a 14 OUpidrts
pound«, llmniby U Iu dem-ndat $7 <>0a 7 I2u«r baSLel.
I Small Mlea of f«s*Md arg» 3.1
j w H iexcr ha. advanced In the absrace cl ea
quote barrel* at $185.
lrg
DANCING AND DEPORTMENT, t
Institute Building, Room No. 1.
W. J. DUFF announces h(*
bln g on Tuesday, tb«
6 to 7 and from 8 to
ntlOn of *on>
menolng t
sep 80 81*
Office of the Wilmington Coal Gtas
Company,
on
on
. 1*4
of mojUriil
and labor, tbe price of Gas will be udvanced in the quai ter
commencing Ut October uext,to TÜRKE DOLLaRH AND
FIFTY I'KNTc PKK THOUSAND FRET, with au «foi
tional Twenty Cents ^ er tb-.-rfoaud Govrrdment Tax. A
deduction of twinty-dve
un bills p id
3 «„ r
^ 0110* TO C0N80MER» OF GA». mher
la c
feet
per thousand will
n fire da
ordalivery.
By order of tbe Board of Directors,
JNcs A DUNO «N, Treason».
WATT & CRAWFORD,
E'JLTTIvIBIIsrQ-,
GAS FITTING AND BELL HANGING,
Bath Tubs,
Water Closets.
of
erly
Wash Baslat.,
Iron Bloks,
LEAD AND IKON PIPE,, IIYDRANTP,
Gas Pendants and Chandeliers,
rail description
--enable
that
baik
••
N
Oas
am.
work done
AC No. 609 Orange Street,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE'
EF B ing practieal workmen, we invite a trial of
work. Otveupacall
BOf I - ini -
FRANCIS VINCENT,
CITY ALDERMAN,
IN MARKET STREET,
Over tho 4th Stroot Market House,
Inns within the citv that •
TrAusacts all
a Justice cf tb*
Claims collected. Deeds, Mortgagor, Agreemrnis, and
other Articles of writing drawn; Money lo«
Note*, Bonds and Mortgages; Hr-c»e* n-nted, ki.
Any confidential or piivafo business attended \v.
tioni
ford,
Ur.
U«;*l
For Sale.
M Tbo
olfervd at priv*
Ms fit Hedgaville.
«tory trame bouse an
Dike, oppouito
ng property of t'te Ute John Ktnlln is
■ Two frame tiuusvAABd
Nu. I
situated
Old Toll G 1«. This Us
the
Pt
I
lurllit-r partJoulnu apply to
OEU. A. BATTBuBUKY, \
annt Street. '
K>«;
Kialii
TRUSTEED SALE
• ' I
H.£lA.£i QSTäTH.
By virlua of an order of tbe Orphan's
Coait of the Scat* of Delaware, ia and
oxsosed
to
New Cast I* County, will
M
Public Vendus, on
o sale
Friday, tho 28th day of October next,
Joel
et 2 o'olotk. P. M ,
house af Levi W. I.sUt
Appoqulntmiiik Hundred,all the
tarnt of Dowsr ot a csriain far
town
St»
. iv
• end Ftstian, in
sidue after the aislgn
st of land, contain
140 ACRES,
ling
situait» la Appoquinimlok Hundred, iu said County,
hounded by lundi of William O. Lews, Haywoitb Wridin,
and by lliaokbii.l Creek, with <» two-»torled Dwelllug llfiu'e
and building* iberson. Being » port of Uis real «state or
John Nsudain, d«oea»ed.
And it « ordered
and appear
aere,
home
State
acre,
dw.
e 1,
tjwn
tbe purchaser
Orphan's Court for New
, h»r
•j Court utsy atalgn
them, the premises mid
paying tu the patties e
e purebare
pr.rxuent to order, be, she or picy
Itltd,their Juat and properilonst«
ha
onoy respectively,
9 be approved by the Oourl, eo
ns; Into recognizance tu the Btate, to be taken «
Pledged In »aid Court iu a ponal «am,
' '
terln
k.o
ed by the
th condition to pay t
, edmlaiet
signs, rnapvollvely. their Just and propoxtlouale aharr* of
of the said purch
a^ the Court may
may by the direction
MB)
er, Uie a ;àu
nner and
be prescrlfod a
V*
appointed lo said condition.
Tb
town
State
Attsndauou will be given and the
• and place aforeiald by OHARI.E8 It.
LORE, E.q . a Trustee appointed by tbeCoi
ms of sale made
town
8tate
kunwn at tlm
elf eel
>, or by his Attorney. By otder of the Cout i,
SAMUEL OUTHR1K.
Clerk of Qrpbaua' Ccart.
Castle, September 10.1804.
N. B.—The above Traet is in two »«parate
Will be sold separately or together as may be most tdVan
tugeous. CHAS. H. LORA.
a ere,
-
en
Executor's Sale
town
Sut*
acie,
Ouurch
n I
R.EIAIJ BSTATB.
By virtue of an order ot the Orpun»'
Court of the
of Delawerr, is and
for Ne.v Castle County, will be expssJ
to aele at public vsndne,
subject
town
State
On Tuesday, the 25th day of October nipet,
8 o'clcck, P. M.,
at tbe huuse of James Butee, in tbe
Pencad-r Hundred, all that
tory
■W
ul
. in
Lot of* Land,
sore,
with a small Dwelling House thereon,situate In <hs Vil
lage uf Glasgow, in P«noadsr Handrad, and boiiulsd by
fond» of John Frazer, JunatliHu Jones, Oantwell Clerk «nil
the helis ol Javoo Jacks-u, deceased, coattlnlriR by com
putation one hundred Md fifty-two perches of land »or*
Bein* the rsal estai* late of Margaret Kcmfecton,
at.«d, nod to be sold by ber Executor for tbs ; a'tient
har debts.
Attendance will b* given and the ter
known at tbe time and pfor* aforesaid by William
Ington. kxecutor, Ac., or by bis Attorney.
By order of the Court, SAM'L GUTHRIE
Clerk ut Orphans' Coart.
Ntr Caitle, September 1». 1864,-30-wts
•Utj-ct
State
or
No.
of sals food*
or
town
-
State
Public JSitle.
VALUABLE FARM
No.
IK APPOfLUINIMIKK HUNDRED.
Pur
1 rasnt of Edward TU
2 of Apr-equinlmink Ilundr
F_i.'a»tlo C-.uniy, and 8t»te of Dels
Et'*'" uudenigmai will proceed to sell
tbe highest and best bidder, at ths hotel of
n Ode*
On Wednesday, October 26th, 1804,
No
tbe last will and
.m I
Publia dale, to
U. P. Dnilcn, 1
at I o clock, P. M.,
amino
tract of i*r. I situ«
tb* road leadlug fn m
within ou« mile sod a half of
»w.re Railroad. This Farm
ail that valuable fern
qulniiu'nk Hundred,
Giuu'aC
A
Townsend Sta
Two Hundred Acres of .Land,
nearly all of which Is tillable, and
peculiarly adip
nient t« navigati
thriving; aud luip.
quality
he rnislug of peat he.. II It <<mvL
-hurcbee amt school#, and is to a
neighborlio a. The« • '# euuugl*
««hole
Ob
mber on
o plac
I APPLE OROMAll
fo.nlsn upon the for
ell Marl. TI>* Im
fco
- .fol hull.
aware,
11
All
in
aware,
low
ty-one
, !.
abcodance of exes
a two story Frame
• Also.
Dwelling, Barn
Uou*
TEK>L?: -Gn.-half esnb; the other half in
from tbe day oi sals, with legal Interest'
F. T. PERRY.
0. THOMAS.
(able
year
Executors ol ths last Will i
upon
1 Testament uf Ed wird
Lg».
UEL
»«, September £8.1864.—&)•*#
copy.
Republican and Smyrna Ti
Wanted,
A CIGAR MA« Elt. to go to the country
of cigars. Inquire at this office.
•nake a let
•CpOGt
Executor's Sale of Real Estate.
Will be acIJ at Public Pale, on 4tl>
day, the IBtii of llth Monlb. 1881, on
tbe premises, a firm actuated
Creek Hu ml red. New Cartl* Com
Del, half a mile north of
A.
KJ
e Clay
IW
In
T*
toh, 10 mil oh from Wilmington, from Ne
i. „ ah " tn »choole, churches aud tnllld, coolal
» hlrh " Chestnut Umber ready Ibt
[VU '/£ ^i C . h ™* rB Dr< ' not I **"' than t««nty-flve thoua
«nurffo J he «f»blo land is of good quality, aud di
nr 'k 1 ' 18 - wl,h «rood poet and r ~ ' - '
or wnich bave running wafer in them. The improvements
,Ï0 by 30 feet, with a serine ol
Ih
and other hollaing« "ibU^roperty Is bandsom- ly loca
!*• 1 i* 1 T I h ' g *\ n ««'naive view of tbe surrounding country.
be »old to cloee the <*st »M». Any per
Ïii Ï'i view U»s property previous to Iho day of
- .1" b *. , . L ? wn ,he ,,mo b 7 c *l*lug on either of
rob. cilber». firing: at their respective
tawnrr K*tcb: H» ra tel at I.
Newark;
^omme
the door; Imme b«
David
Quart les, and Uiiv
„ . . tbo property. Sal* to
2 o'clock, P. M , when terms will be made
DAVID KAftTBUHN,
HAVUei BA8TB0HN,
OLIVER EASTBUEN,
hv William Little
9th me. 2H—wp 30 ta*
I a; ...
FARM FOR BALE.
Bltuala
Ca«tle Count
Kvilroad,
Htewait
in Penc*id«r Ilundr
the cld If re.
Ne»
adjoining lands of Jam«*,
id Rinbard T. Cano, contain
■ Ing 216 «ores. Ti-rma easy.
BENJ' B. UHTICK,
New t'aetle,
EXECUTORS' SALE
o
Valuable Real Estate
AND
Wilmington Coal Gas Stock.
J
Will be sold
Pul lie 8alo, on
SATURDAY,
► THE FIR.'T ' AY OF OOTOBkll, 1801
ET at 2 o'clock, r. j!., ou the ; r*miirs tba
iibud propoity, being ibu Real AlUle, ol
city of Wilmington,
A lot I f land situ«teil on in« easterly tide
■tn at, and fronting on thu nrrtlierly »ne
fifteenth streit, fronting 61 feet on Flfwninth «irret ,x
n* h«ck t iat width atmut 84 feat (to th« Mill KaoeJ
front h,Cb ,,erectwl * two ,l017 tr,ck dwelllug, 18 f««i
No.'S. A lot
aid« or Fin«*ntb
on FILietitb
owing u
Wm Rico, la
No. 1.
land e.'J jinli.ff No. 1,
tberly
, 42 feel 4 luchte
fridge
, and *6 feet ou Bridge t
tOe afore».!Id Race ) on which 1« a two story
brick dwelling and store, formerly occupied by John and
No. 3. a'
Mtuated on bridge str
lrg back
— o story br'ck Drug «tore,
. adjoining No. *. 28 feet 8 inches
on Bridge airset,
story bile a huuNeand otof
of Thirteenth s
• said Race.
No. 4. A
situated
t No 26, bo
ld feet 8 inches front
UtlM (U
*e«n Ma
and Orange str
street, extend log back that
on Tbliti-o
feet
No 5 A triangular lot of laid bounded by King street.
Fifteenth street, and Bridge sir* et, on wbloh Is erected a
frame Cooper 8hop, and frame Barber shop, being 83 fr
on King street, 117 uet on Bridg« street, and 84 feet c
fifteenth
No. 6.
wbloh lse
lut of land situât-d <n tb» Ensterly side of
«nd Twelfth streets, 85
feet 4 nch«s front ou Frenob street, extending
width »1-7 feet 2 Inches, t-» Ellztbeih
n wuich
• d a Frame dwelllug No. 1128
No 7. A lot of
Fourteenth and
French Street, and i.7
No. 8 Is the tq
situated et tbe N. £
being 45 fe. t front
Fourteenth street
tree-fourth pait or »bur«
4 Iu
of .
erly ride < f
of lnu'l und frame dwelling a
nth Street brtwe.-n Ffeno
7, 28 feet
exiendir.g neck .but uidih 45 i«t.
No. 9 A lut of luna uu tu
oah
Fourtecmh street,

tirly s.de of Crans*
feet, tou tbe I ly frum Fourteenth
meet, 21
that width loo
No. In. Tbo equal.
, extending back
tiled, half port
elllutt aud lot uf 1 sod t
ly aide uf K ug stre
strpet«. Ne. 012, 20 «ret «
baik lb4t aidtbliblMt.
fee. 11.
King Strcots, (on ground oi To
He being 80 leet fu.ni Oy H6
•• j -»«.lug, i.ow otcupi.d by
N . 12. frame CiOptr shop cnlundot ssldTlios. S. New
(cetdi^ip ua Fu
S<*i.oon * Co.
No. 13 A
Fuc.lH-nth a.
,20 Oy 40 fut a
. Forty
Oas C< mniiuv
TEH 51». Ten per
purcbaio money Ci
am. 4ioitg«fc*.
pii ,Mxtb ana Seve
oo King st. eut, extending
'
ilia corner of Fourteenth
)»akl
deep, with straw bo
icNu 11. v7
ou King rtrees, by
occupiid by Wm. H.
«olb 3-real,
laigo Frame Ceoper S'.op
nd Walnut S r« »*, (un iat
abates
the co
da orJehu
iNCUpied Py Corui'liu. Wiitbauk
V e Wiliuiugtor. Coal
' 1 1
T.
I ; N I
on day of sale. Oa
IWI KsUte on Bond
8. OliAhh,
alf tb*
3. F. BB'ITH.
Jo.H. VV.
WM. H NAFF, Auctioneer,
tfept 27 it
Sheriff's Sale.
By vfiftuc of a %rlt
tioni Expon
ford, Mi
Stau ul Deli«
Ur. 1804 at It o
U«;*l Eat
Pluti
IV«
I il
t ■. ■ ■ \
the hut«-l j
n uf Mil l
*, in
il u
, Kc
e, on TUESDAY, iho 4.U day ol Octo
'»i'Oi, A. M., tbe Mfowitig di-scrited
WM
und.situntMi in tho
idied, Kent
Pt il» ul Delaware, and sail tu contain ntie-«.?
brick granary, and oth B fra
piece, parcel
>' J, mi Milford
-, »int sail
lotcf
.
.f.
.
• «.n«*.-.
. 1 . nu I
building». aut-J
bo.2—A piece,paro*l
townol M.li .rU, lu Milford
EUtu or I>el«w
re, be tbo eanie more or les*. • Raute i und lying on
roh »tieet. Adjoining l»^ds cf D«v|-1 L. OtllTith, and
ibe impmvemeiits of a on«-story dwelling
lot
nd, sit uu ted in tho
idr*d, Kent County, «
• uth of
, Alia sold to
to No.3._A piece, parrel
ol rf ground, »Hn ted In tho
. Kent
rd U'liiur
unty »ml
sixteenth of an
M it«
Del
said to contain c
or less, situated
ud streets. The
e, be th*
't « Inn
*P r
ry duelling bouse,»
Joel to a ground vent.
No. 4 —A 11
town of Mlifo:
St» to I f UriKW
, parcel or intefpr und, situât»] in the
it County aud
ixteecth of un
8*cond St
aoj.inlug No. 8 Tuen
ling It
, sul-j-ct tn ground reut
in Milford "lltindnri
1, ritu tied in the
uty and
■fourth rf un
>o N VV.
Rplicopal
wn of Hi*:
of Dal
. K«d
■ i
aere, be
uf Ghurch and Beoond streets, adjslnlug
Church.- The iaipruvon.,
home and kllch
of MhÜud
State of Délita a
acre, ba tba
adjoining No. 6
dw. Hing bou û, and a
e 1, rukject to gruund
No. «.—A piece, percel or lot of gruund, si
tjwn oi Milford, in MlUord Hu
e of Delaware, and >aid
thereoneiect d.aulj
parcel or lot of ground, eliuaied io the
iu Milford Hundred, Kent Ceuntv and
'slxtetni'h i f an
, and said
I tied
I
!<• 1 m Ih •
, K-ur
*of an
lee*, ud Joining 6. lh>-lin
*c. «u Id ret to
a one-stury dwe
V*
No 8.
pie:*, parcel
lot of ground, situated In th«
Hundred, K»ut lAuuty uni
i tn toutMin cuv-tuurih «.f un
<«.l uu
Tb rd and W«-t streets, afijaiuiog Joaua Uewafo. and
ers. Tbe Improvements are u ooe-story
o, thereon eracted. fut Jot to p
No. S.—A piece, pa cel or lut of k
town ol Mille d. In Milford liuudrvd, Ke
State of Delaware, and said to contain u
town ol Mil
8tate t Delà
or« or 1«*«, sic
. -Hunt hI In the
Cuunty and
- !
a ere, be
. situated on Churob ■
u,(n)
adjoining lauds of Ross
en one-story dwelling house thereon erected,
prrveme
. 10.—A piece, petrel or lot of gr
town of Milford, in Mlllo.d Hundred, K -
Sut* cf Delawn
acie, be ibe en
Ouurch Street, adjoining Joha Hayn
tory Uvelilug ko
nd,rituated lathe
County,
ue~Ute*ntb of an
lese, aitu ted aud lying on
Ihe Im,
therein erected,
subject to grouud rent.
No. 11.—A piece, pare
town of Milford, in &l
State of Dataware and
in tbe
bounty a
ntaln one sixteenth
North Street,
ind.tl'i
tba
, -U
t'joining !.. Vauu, (u.) The Improvements a
tory dwelllug-house
n erected, uulj.
ind
No. 12.—Apiece, parcel or lot of ground, situated in the
of M.liurd. In Milford Uondrod, Keat County and
« tu in une-stxteentb of un
Sfotoof Dslaware, and said
sore, tw the same more nr less, situated on North
adjoining lands ot !.. Cannon, and ethers. Tbe Improve
er; a one-story dwelling-hon-ie thereon
•Utj-ct
.» piece, parcel
u of Milford, in
lot or ground, situât sd in tbe
, Kent County and
rd llnnd
Delaware, and said to
. A ill; la
State
or less, adjoining J.» u
No. 14. A p eue. parce
f Mtlf rd. in
of Delaware, a
u tl
d, situated in the
iliu.dre'1. Kent Cbunty
kl to •
or lesr, adjoining No. 13. The iftproveuiei
r« u frame
. A piece, parcel
town of Milfoid, Mi I fui
lot of ground,
rd Hundred,^ Lriuty Ouunty and
I m •! •
State of D lawne, an
aid to
ns.
ig No. 14.
No. !6. A pitre, pacel Or lot of ground, situi'ed
illord, in Milford Hundred, Kent County alii
, and said to contain four acres, lie the
, udjoiulng lauds of the heirs of P. Hull
Ml
I
B Dotier, and others.
. A piece, parcel t
No
h i of ground, xitustrd In tho
id tu cou toi A thr
to or lees, adjoining the 1»
of MlliorJ,
[li
of Ann T. Urlor,
.m I - U:
18 A piece, pare*,
of Milford, in Milford
of Delaware, and Slid ti ooutala half an ac
•-as, kuaau as th* Bradley lot, adj du
eury May, which lands
r former Sli
lo. of ground, sltusted in
county and
amino I upsold iu
HENDERSON COLLINS, aud will be so
J.C PB.iNEWILL, Sheriff.
Sheri IT « Offioe, Dover. Dal., i
September 14. 1804. I
a* property ol
sap 10
Sheriff's Sale.
ot VenJi Uoni
ted. will bo *x
» C-.uri
Davor 11 ud
e of Del
.brr. 1S64, al
By vinn« of a writ
up mas,
o di
Public Sole, at
.K*
aware, uu THURSDAY, th* Clh day of
11 o'clock. A. M , the following lfo..l F>t3tc,
All that certain tract, piece or ptrcei c
in Murdsrklli Hundred, in Kent Couuty ;
aware, lying ou the road lrauing from Cautarbury
low Grove, adjoining lands of WlllU
Reynolds' bei s, ana other land, an<l
ty-one acres, be the
1 h n
and Stale of D«l
Wtl
0 Kline. K. W.
a frame house, stable, and other out-bulld
upon which
Lg».
Sewed and taken in
ntlon as tho property of SAM
UEL COOPER, and will be sold for ca«h by
J.C. PBNNEWILL, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office,Dover. Del.,1
Beptember 13.1864. f
INK TUAKloU PRUNÜr, for sale bv
dee JOHN ATKIN
e»p 16
4tl>
on
Sheriff's Sale.
By virtue cfa
f Wiidllloiii F.x
e Hotel of Charts
KJ
Public Malt
Clay County und i»t,i
IW- TUURPDAY
In P. M.. the r.i.lowi
No. 1—All
iu or Delaware, in
13th day of October, l^oi, at 1 o'clock
lit, town of Pray t ns.
adjoining other land
f Wm W.
Ne
Ibt
thoua
di
'
ol
Kent fount», und State of Celt
of the said William Temple, I«
and wile, and lands <•
f heirs ot
aevi-n ih. usand five lundi
No 3 on a pint of a par
. the said VV
Samuel Cette, deceased
.■*nmue! Calls and
loca
per
of
im Temple, rcturue
and approved by tbo Clourt of Chancery of
IM-ware.ln
o Ht.
ol
r Kent Cou,ty,
Sej.ti
1868.
Au. 2.—All tUt lot of land, with a double Jwelling
- ae thrreon. situated In Bmyrna aforeeaid, on the w-et
of Northatreet, aljoi. log laud« of David J C nmmln*
and Joseph C Urifflil
n acre, be tbo fame more or lees, bring
remîtes late of JazstM Joues, a lunatic, aud which wore
T„...... or ,«u " T ™ tU *> '* «•
lot of land, rttuated
ind Htete ol Delaware, purchased
^ . * of Album IIMIyari. th» anne
belua 53 teal front, und ruuning back 1*6 feet, adjolulug
IhiiiIs ofj.mra K. Cleiueuis. aud bavlog thereon erected
a two story trame bouse.
No 4.—All that lot of land
Smyrna, Kent County
fronting 47 feet on slain Street, and îunniog back 173
to
made
t lands and
conveyed to the
No.«—All that I
Smyrna, Kent C >unty,
by said William Tc
Mein Sttoet Iu
Ne»
•■d
W
Jam«*,
State of D«law
, the
feel
No. 5.—All that lot of land situated in Dock Creek Hun
dred a fur en» Id. on ih« east aid« of the rond leading trom
- a aforeeaid to Old Duck Cheok aforeva d. adjoh.lus
ol Jui.ifH R. Clements, aud land of Jobu U. hew ley,
half Rc-rae, be the «nun
«cid WlllUui
aud said
on or Ivm, being ibe lu- da which the
lVmpl« purcimacd oi tbe heir» of Wlll'am 8olomou.
No. 0. All that lot <>f land'iiu<tnd In Uuck ('rrak Hun
Jumt Oant^ and 8Ute of Dslaware, adjoluiug land«
of Dr. William Daniel and Win 0. Ella-on. nnd contain
purcba««d by the »
. 7 — All that lot of ground,
-vharf, a liu* t«u ut Sm>
drad attreenl i, Ht'j lining
otbtr land* and iJ. I to
IVmpleofJ. H Hereby.
and
it g, in Dach Ciei k Hun
Jooob Kaymond, a
1.
b
1801
tba
ol
,x
f««i
N r. 8. —All td.
tboraoo. h
i*t of grcunJ with dwellingJioure
*e at Smyrna l.t
oi JarurbllcndrlRfrsrn, and oiber load, aud said
nd and dwvllii g house ther«
ing, a J doing i«u.l»uf Praa
illiam A Olcnd.iuid
lo rno-iourlb of au sere, b« the
re leaf d»rcrlb«d
by th* t*id W IllUm Temple . f J..
.t r of l borna .
r of tl.» Orphan'* U .uit Of Kent County
iho payment of the debt« of th* uij d«
e f uttliurmi iu
No 9—-All that 1 *t ofgr
on, »ituah il at f-myrna L..i
ley For i. Jarnos Uaudrhk«
is bavinn b««*n par
' fia R. K«.;«, Ad
eln
il •
and
I.
I 1G.—.ill
i '
t oi land ni'j >In»ng land* cf T Fox
>t> h l*s of It. L > luo deceased. situated in
Wimp', en A'ley In dmy/ua. Kent Conniy aton-oaid, aud
•biti.g on* half acie. more or less
«•-d und rake; Iu execution a# tbeproperty of JOHN
L k an.) WILLIAM G TtCUi'LE, Administra
of William Temple, Ce -e«s-d aud will bo sold for cuab
J t\ PESNKVVfLL. SLorlll.
bo
'J
fiber'ff's Ca-, Dg
S eptMub.r li.
er -}
feet
a
Sheriff's Sale.
By vi
bxpoua«.
to Public
a Dover. In Dover Hundred, Ken
of Delaware, oi
aufawrl of A1 Venditioni
o rue directed,will be expo»*d
Swl* ut ibe Court Honsr
of
85
I 8 ta
TIIOBaDi Y, the
ber, 1861. at i
1 low ing Rial
a ur pa cel uf laud, altr.ated in Mur
*' uty, and Stute of Delà ware,
•a4 Icad.ng from tbo Village of Cnmd»n to
m n.'J.nnln«: laud* of Tnonia* Rickards.
t-r,.Rn«l other*, and said
ime tat.re or less The iinpio^emi nt* upon
r«ne »lory dw«l!ing-hou*e. c irrisga bouse,
I. Ke
V
-
Q*or.-«
which
Ȇble
H
in
am
the property
ûtOERT B JOHNSON,
Bborifl'n Offlce, T ov -. Del.l
r 13m, 1804. /
I w
re sold for
-fit. PJCNNKW1U.,
b by
Sheriff
sep 18
VALUABLE FARM
FOR SALE.
145. Acres on tho Delaware Rail
road.
TM» f,
H.
; i 1 Mtllu
.1 in Duct Creek
y, Delai
Coal
' 1 1
W L
:
fruiu riuijin*
I w.tb
oil• «»ailV Imp«..,«
g FK veil OUCH AUD o- 8uO
nu The It Hit
d
• <>n tl
tb*
y^Alw
I
I - it.
hI AhPl.K
II
I ;
th

road
tk
fn
can Ih> no
*»l-t
YOU NO
Ue farm
« - v- . II
I
Aa
11« - c
• uh f I
in«-» i f th*
I with or a
ill
H<St Ilf I
I linn, with
ry
e h

! - II
ill
h-r. .
:
p.ip
Octo
ÏI
liu r u-dog Ut poncho«
h.» h i.bun l<
tho
ill
tin. One-third of the putehare
Il

• »NATHAN BROWN,
!B »^y tuai; %*»• .
.
Satyioa, Pfff.-mer
«.n«*.-.
nu I
VALUABLE FARM
on
and
tho
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Oastl
iuty.
V'
iii]
tho
■ *
***• qu
»ml
an
J
rillte
buildings a
»uiwtuntlal s
rdgv
the
un
It ts'partU
ig * good hog
pail feuco. Tl:
cowbhed, t
e »tabling
l by I
ad
ifty
un
SrsTanted 0
e Land isSii n good
liberal. Mr.
Pi
• pr«ü s ïs
ug on
•iu with
WM. O. CAULK.
tug. 26-U
Farm et Private Sale.
I ll, ^ Tho^underslRued wishing
an
.ua Hundred btate
ti Turnt foe and Kei
lugton, 1 in lie from
73 Acren, wnli
I
. tbe Kein
from Wil
u. t 8q
1,11»

Fall
to
.
»M»llh
alia
. Tho fond l> of b K
rail ami board f
al Stor
^ÏÏst'of 1 N
wiin parlor
si
Uly
I'.
fi-^
• ilk
* il
I -i'
.I
ü
•ia
liar,
pump
r, a g.wd Htoue and kreme
good Ouritcribs, Blacksuiiih Shop.
r foiling *p
; ul bad,
I
silting ho
huifoiug
Two young Apple Oiobards
rw-Ull, l-lnlit.il,
Cherry am
f it bear
arfory of
ih»
<4
This property I»
-t
mb In
rciia-e.
nvL-nl- iii to nulla, schools
r»hip It could be couv«nfoutlj
•cres iu ->no part and '.0 Iu tbe other
both. This property cannot
iu the neighbor
f alghbor
div
with buildltig«
•on by any
ew of the Delaw
d* a flue
Lh|
I
Itiou of tl
th. property it d-elred.
ELLIS M. '•ICtli'LS
.Vtf
FOR StLE.
fmell larro of 11% acre«. Stone Hu
, a good stand
, situ* era Mill
Tav«
hi - raae
c.
a Meet, a-lie Trucker«
Creek Uundcei n
■ '■v.
[iii
Ibe Me
M. •». OO'iRLTRHB,
1 Estate agent, Mo.
un
»p9-3w
•ilrologton, Del.
For Sale.
^ MAGNIFICENT FARM of 76
In Hockesslng
fcdj .iulinr ih« Limestone Road.
out building,.
■nd
Sic
Barn. Lmid in a high ttite ofenuir
PRATT,
'dure «foil,
iViln.iogton, Del.*
sep 16-lt*
i'Ok bAi.il.
Cherry Island

ACRES OF LAND
tba Ch
33
. This
JOUN HUSBANDS.
a Light
■orp.ur.ure. ^ Applyt
Is iu goo«
For Rent.
valuable I<
rut and Peach Or
3)4 lullen from
Mfp^i.uuutr, Mu-ou Ihe fclK
-L tb ii'Spenke City. The In
aud the tiuildiugw cooveuienr a
•ditiun.
Dr. 8. TOWNSEND.
No I0.U Vino Straei, Phi'adrlpbU.
nr Dr. McCabe
Sep 6-1 u*
177 Acre Farm For Sale;
one mile west o
dteClay Creek, udjoiniag I
I. Du Pent, Mr. Denney and
ACRES, a
cleared aud divided into 7
Ao. Tbo «uili a
I. la w«H
I
ol
LAN II,
fluli
- light upiau.l
would make a gooJ Dairy
adapted fur Wheat, Oat
-»-•« uf Improve—*
Fa
al
Tb« improvements a
LING iu lair
u liar under
a comfortable BRICK UWBL
« 9 r
building, Bpriug Uut
*-lruy«R by 0 fl 0,H *"
m», with good
1 ■■
, Urge
e origi
Thi* farm u
y oi Ul» null.
Wilmington render«
able farm
pnrehaar, will call on Joeeph and
the undersigned. The
JAMES 11. KAY,
Newark. Del.
er-"'
Porous wishing
Oeorg» Pritchard
Sugar Cured Hamsl Sugar Cured Hams!/
A «mull luvoicu of Bu-ttty'» «-.«.ubrufod Hugai Cure
lUrus, in store and for sale by
N At KIN,
I, i,
and Marker
Jdlt deceived
Sth aud Mmi
r Olive
jy2U-6m
tlse Ce ntral
rng Stor«
rsew, Wilmia 'tou. Del., a iimIi «ui.i-u- «
ad for sal* bv L. M. EffODAWD.
Private Sale.
TLe aube ri ber offert at crlvate aal«,
tb« f«
which he
Newark Doptw.
f r'j.'bree and a half acre« of land
of which is under coin «tK-n.
:'3:
e honee, * good tram*
i ther ou t-building*, all
tha dwelling —
ad property la very de
. school». 4c., Ac. 1 *
call ob tb* sub
juae, corn crib,
Tbo situation
able, und i*
roulent to mills
wishing to
■utiacribrr living on the p
{.nrcha** will pi
. JOHN LOCKAKD.
or, Jun« 21,1H64 —6m*
ol
88 . 630 , 000 .
PUBLIC NOTICE.
ANOTHER SALE
GF
Delaware Btate Bonds!!
THE SUBSCRIBER, UNDER AUTHORITY FROM
TH* LEGISLATURE OF DELAWARE, euacted at the
late Extra 8ewdon, will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION*
In the City of Wilmington,
AT THE CITY HALL,
On WEDNESDAY, the 12th, THURSDAY,
the 13th, and FRIDAY, the 14th
day« of October next,
B0ND3 OF T(1F. STATE OS DELAWARE TO AN
AMOUNT NOr EXCEEDING
» O'CLOCK, P «L,
680 , 000 .
(being tbs r#sidn<* of the tbimaaad directed by tbe Legis
before the let day of Ja
uary- A. D.. 1885, the interest p* y able half yearly
first day of Janaary and July At tb* farmer* Bank of the
State of Delaware, at Dot
I h* r enom I nation of81,000, and will be sold In ealtabla
parcels. They will boardat* on tbs 1st day of January
oext, and the interest will
payment of intore't to be made
•ture to be sold,) payable
tilO
T\m bonds
each be of
from that day, the first
the let day of July, A
tCf - An »Xühange if thorn will be made before tbe 16lh
of December next, for Coupon Bonds, the Interest payable
tn Philadelphia.
As this and another d.bt of $230 000, both cxexted by
the State In
cctlon with the war, constitute her sole
indebtedness, (leaving out her bond« to the amount of
$170.000 irsned forth* benefit of the Delaware Railroad
Company, tbe payment of which is fully provided for by
an ample oinking fund
sale of tbe nbove mentioned bonds offers
apait for that purpose,) the
persons and
corporations desiring to invest permanently,
THE BEST POSSIBLE SECURITY.
PLEDGED TUB FAITH
OF THK STATE. AND ALL THE TAX ABLE PROPER
TY WITHIN IIBR LIMITS F JR THE FA1TAF0L
PAYMENT OP THE INTKKKSP AND PRINCIPAL Of
THE AFOiiUrfiAID BONDS: AND TUB STATE TRBA
8UR-R 18 A LUO AUTHORIZED TO STATE THAT
rnESE BONDS WILL
FROM
ATION.
THK LEGISLATURE
BE EXEMPTED BY LAW
LL 6TATB, COUNT Y OR MUNICIPAL TAX»
Tbo bonds will ba ready for rielirery at onoe, and
», Payment will
be paid for at tbe time and place or
I s «und currency.
be rscelv.d
L.OXLKY R. JACOBS,
State Treaiurer.
Dover, 3opiember 22.1861.
SCHOOL
FOR
Young Ladies aud Girls,
19ih of September, in
Tacnali Street, two doors above 8th,
Weil aid«,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
T*-xt hooks of th* highest nutli
u which
Opened uu
will bo UMd, to •
if
ofli
n. a H'
r.
ch I
■ t tt.o
a* ot Enzliab study, la
e and »lath«m*Uc»,
mi ot
TKKM»
cludiug I iu
ls flcivl
tmty wocks,
|2U 00
16 00
10 00
H.-omd "
- Third •• •• "
For Ancieut *cd Model u Lauguog«*, each
- Pointing iu OIL
•• Lessons
" Usu of In«
. H
n .
«tit in PiBctli-e, -
lor the u*e of Book*,
■half iu
m. Address,
4 00
la payable
hwe of tho
tbe
EMMA WORRELL.
Ot Wdfreli A Child, No fU Market Etroot, w'llnilng
tun, Del. sep 27-lm •
Register's Office,
NEW CASTLE COUNTY. September 21st, 1MJ;
U PON th» application of ELIZAlIKf H A. llURNllAM
Administrate suf J \MfcS It. BURNHAM late ofgt.
Georges Hundred. In said County, d«eansed; it is ORDER
ED aud directed by the Register that ttie Admiuist
Htorejald, give uoll y ot the granciug of Latteri of Admin
the date
be post
Letters ia six
public pUoes o' tbe County of New Castle,
having demands agalnat the Ifelate, »
of Asscmby in such
• £*
of granting thereof, by
t J within forty days
at ration upon
ngMvestl settee
e date of s
all per
r ah.de by un
the same
h
« the aaaie perisd in the Delaware U«s»tt«,a
j I it. bod in Wilmington, and to b«cootina«d
in s«rt*d within
u-wspaper pu
therein .wo mo
under iho band a
d.»t New
a) of Office ef tbe
New Castle
above writ*
Register.
r «for
*5m
B. VANDEVER,
NOTICE.
All p-i
sfidey off. 1866.
the Batate of the de
ibe Adn
abide
I MM
ofAesembly in sue
-'«de »«d provided.
BURNU AM,
EUZM1ETH
OJease,Sept 21st,j8tf4.
Administratrix.
TREASURE It 8* OFFICE.
The Phtla,, Wilmington & Balti
more Railroad Company,
PHlfttbSLinU, September 34, 1861.
1 HE BOARD OF DiHECl'ORS have th'S day declared
n Divio, nd of FlVE FEK C'EN l'. IN GAHH
I u. lial Stock of tni. Coupauy, and hav* directed tbe
NEW
tibuted pro
the first day of October m
■xp. n .ed io butldiug
River,
te'p 27-2w
•ha
-I t.i the amount of TEN PER CENT.,
the holders of tb« Etcck,
to reprusent the capital b
Bridge ov<<r tbe Su.qu*
d ih« double track, clear of Gov
h<
ALFRED HORNER.
Found,
N Friday evening,September 23d, a black VALISE
The owner can have tl by provins property and pay
J. Sarinu,
No.421 West Front 8t.'Mt.
O
Wanted.
A WET NURSE. A respectable and healthy nurea
out« ubUIn a comtortable home, with full wages, by
and re« deucejBox Co4, Wilmington
asp 27-tt*
B«dl
ng with nu
Dll
Prizes Cashed
I n all lcsiülzcd lotterten. Information given—
Cireuluru sent freu, end all orders iromptly attended
tu. Address, JOSEPH BATES,
P. 0 box 4,28«. r«ep 2C-3mJ il Wall Street,*. Y.
Strayed Away
I-ROM THE PRM1I3KS OF THE SUBSOftl
o this city, on Tuesday last, tbe 20lh of
a R*D COW, with white spoU on
tbe top; about four
reluming said
jes"* I bu T arpe.
d brilu;
II
"Îî
Ef
tly ru*.rded.
Wilmington, Sept 23,1864 —
Notice to Faimers and others.
SEVERAL GOOD FARM MAKE3 FOR
WIL.
M
SALE. Apply at the stables uf
MINGTUN CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
Sheriffalty.
1 lifer ni)ssii a» a landHate for the o'fioe
urSteniT, sutjsit to the decisioo of the
ue Uuion «r Dim
and pledge myself
Wiluung tou, September 2Jib, 1864.—lootl*
° WILMER^'
A GESTE I LOOK TO YOU111NTK11B8TS
U»il «uu utiiumu suutethiug ur-- * *—
twenty Centn, that re
WOLOOIT, N*. 170 CUATUAM SQUABE, NEW YORK
Jan. 12. iMt-lyw,
for Two Dollars, by R.
Left the hoxme of his parents,
O N WediiMday, th* 7th id ceplemh.r, 1864. LUTHER
H. CtKlPKK, aged 16 y ars.of spare atatur*.
hair, bine eye«, atauds or walki siratgbt aud upright, ts
, bashful lu Ihe exprusiiiou of bis
when b» lull a buck rassimsi*
t, canslmare ptnu.bl
doI bat
liife black w
now pi
Any iiiforiuatiui
• ■mhI ptnau.
afford a great
THOMAS U. CuOI'Elt,
eut Couuty, Del.
I copy.I
ÖKOHGE B. DICKSON.
NOTARY PUBLIC
the Mutual LT« lu#ur«>
•»"And agent
New York.«#**
RECORDta'8 OFFICE;,
dec 4-lf
Superior SarabucI Wine.
W HEELER A MKRU1 rf'8 Superior SaniUicl
lu Houles ur on Draught, juet n-ceived and
at the Win* and Liquor Stor- if A. rU VILLE,
SaVlUe Building, MU Mafk«t ut..
t W iL e '
sr Oth.
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