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IMPORTANT TO DEMOCRATS.
In loss than two year, from this time
tho country will ho conrulsed with
of the most important olection campaign*
witnossed. It i« unne
to refer to any leading issue that
It is simply
to know that the one par
that it has
sesaary
will divide tho parties,
enough for
y represents the oxtravagant clasae«
.hat have fed upon nud grown fat by
class legislation, and the other repre
sents a plainer das« of people who des
pise the lioavy and unequal taxation that
is imposed upon the country.
It is- important, therefore, that the
Democratic party, which has announced
itself as opposed in toto to tho legisla
tion of tho last several Radical Congress
es, should at once commence a mora
thorough and,complete system of organ
ization. In fact
that this-matter should be looked to—
for now is the timo in which men ara
assessed and thus made voter«. Let the
in each of tho school districts
is the very time
young
and the wards of the city hold moetings
and appoint committees competent to
that every Democrat is assessed and
tho list of voters.
proporly enrolled
Let tho clubs be reorganized or
tinued where they oxiat and where there
clubs let them bo formed, and the
organization thus be effected complete
throughout the whole State.
Fees for Idlers.
The appointment of U. S. Deputy
Marshals and Supervisors at the elec
tions is a useless expense and at
insult to the intelligence of tho people.
John M. Dunn, the U. S. Marshal for
this District, pocketed a good round sum
for his officious interference on the day
of the election ; and he distributed about
81,000 of the people's money among a few
of his friends at tho rate of 85 a day
each. No doubt he made
for running those
second day and this gave them each |10.
Many of them never had made so much
day before at any other em
SB
eroiiBe
's services into the
money
ploy ment.
On tho day after the election Dunn sent
ing
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On tho day after the election Dunn sent
two weighty deputies after Mr. John
▲ikin, the Inspector of the 4th Ward,
and hod that old citizen marched up to
the Custom House under arrest to a
hearing before U. S. Commissioner Smith.
Dunn knew there
These officers waited about Mr. Aikin'«
house until they saw him come out and
after him with a show of
the
need for this.
to
then
rants. A docent l'es pec t for freedom and
American citizenship would have led a
of bettor sense to have called at
sent him a note to
Mr. Aiken's hooBc
call at the Comuiiasioner'a office. It was
Dunn's duj^yto make tho arrest, ho had
nothing «Iso to do, and thus save the
Govornuiopt tho expense of two depu
ties. The Commissioner who seemed in
groat dettljk whether Mr. Aikin should
bo held at all finally told him he would
only d
'I nominal boil of $200, and
pre se nt ..
BWBI el." if ther e
It may he that Mr. Dunn will find he lias
overstepped the hounds of prudence in
the harsh manner in which he ha* oho
to put tho Enforcement Act in ope
ration. That act is very differently
gtrued by different minds; and we have
not tho least doubt that there lias been
a culpahlo abuse of power under it
this city. Officers of the U. S. Govern
clothed uith just sufficient
to perform their duty properly; if
ment
power
they transcend that power they are
amenable to the State Courts for their
actions as other citizens are.
The Triumphant "Rebels."
Our neighbor, the Republican, opened
the campaign by frequent denunciations
of tho Democrats as disloyalists, rebel
sympathizers, copperheads, and all the
old war utterances with which that pa
per teemed while the State was overrun
with soldier», »nd Col. Wlimn »nd hi»
nid» wero literally robbing our people in
direction, by taking their mpm y
•TOT ,,
for subetitates and putting it in their
pockets; and by sending away na
und drafting white men in their
own
groca
stead, in order that they might get more
money out of them. Thus were the sev
eral countios of Delaware drained of
thousands of dollars and nome poor far
made to mortgage their property
mers .,
in order that they might be enabled to
escape tho horrid war and provide for
their familios. These scoundrels in this
way took a full regiment of men more
from Delaware than her actual quota.
Rqw silly and foolish seems tho charge
pf disloyalty by the Republican and other
Eadicol organs now, when the trium
glorying
almost every State. Does
pliant Domocracy
victories in i
the Republican express any fear of th«
victorious rebels? Not a bit! That bitter
and malicious sheet does not utter a
word that leads to tho supposition that
it fears any ill conséquences from tho
''rebels." Even Grant smokos his cigar
and enjoys a visit from the young rebel
chieftain, Mosby, m calmly as though
there wore not a rebel in the land, when
in fact-thö next House of Representa
tives wül , bo filled to overflowing with
rebels and rebel sympat^tteni; and even
the loyal "Beast" Butler wiU have to
get permission of a rebel «ergeant-at
arm* to enter where but a few months
he scouted and glared at every
Democrat, and attempted to overawe and
defy the Press of the whole country.
Should not tho Republican feel ashamed
of its lies? The "rebels" Cochran and
Williams
not alone elected; but
Democratic column shows the 'rebels'
have majorities in twenty-foiir great
State* and the " loyalists" in three poor
Radical-ridden States ; Maine, Vermont,
and little Rhode Island.
Thb Philadelphia Ring had so arrang
ed affairs in that city that they could
have their own time in which to manip
ulate tho votcf and return such majori
ties as suited their purpose, lit is now a
Week sinco thé election was held and 1 Die
whole of tho State is reported official Ex
cept Philadelphia; and yet Philadelphia
has only got about half through the offi
Ôiàl count. Had Mann been elected and
theye been less than five thousand vote«
wapted to give the State to the Rodica)s
doubtless he could have manufactured a
Return to suit the ocoasion.'
The Xew Reservoir.
This work is progressing, to be sure.
But in the most singular way. There
seems to be no fixed plan
excavations
of haphazard system of digging all
the ground. They have pretty effectu
ally blocked up the easiest way of exit
for carts with dirt, and the consequence
will be that it will all have to be drawn
up hill. But where it ia all to be deposit
ed seems a question not easily answered.
the
whioh
being mode; but a sort
An old gentleman whom we very high
ly respect desires u« to ask, through the
Gaxkttb, of Ub friend Dr. Jump, a
pair of those lam« ducks whioh the lat
ter said
plenty in this city. The
ijienlinel will ploaso note thia item.
r turns u-p that it was not John
F. Cochran who shot the cow at ill. Bqt
that gentleman would not condescend tb
contradict tho slander.
It
uongress —If* ft ext Session.
Tho short and-last session of the 43d
Congngs commences on the first Monday
of artt month. It can hardly be expect
that the expiring Bepublican party
will be able to got through the session
without a quarrel, if not a complete rup
ture. It is quite possible that the terri
ble censure that has been inflicted upon
it* leaders in Congress by the people may
crystalite them more firmly together.
But this is not likely. On the contrary
it is, more than probablo that such
Butler and Dawes in the Bouse, and
Carpenter and Morton in the Senate
will differ widely as to the causes of tho
late defeat; and as th«y
take final leave of the national halls,
they will more than likely speak pretty
plainly. Neither will theso gentlemen
allow all in their own party to escape cen
sure. We may therefore witness a break
ing up of tho old party war lines even
before the 44th Congress assembles. Tho
House will not meet until the 1st o^ De
cember, 1875, unlèss called together by
the President. But it ia assuredly Dem
ocratic by a majority ranging from sixty
flve to eighty. The Senate will reossem
blo no doubt on tho 4th of a March noxt
for tho consideration of Executiva busi
ness. If such a rupture should take
place as wo have hinted at, it may 1 m*
that whon the Senato reassembles it too
will show an opposition majority. If so,
then the 44th Congress will be entirely
under the control of the Democrats and
will be enabled to commence reform at
once in tho affairs of the Government
and lay out a more economical zystem.
One of the first duties, however, that it
owes the country " to ferret out the
abuses of trust and powor and show
•d
about to
a
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them up to the people. Investigations I
with this object should be thorough; and
if the hands of the Executive are not
tarnished he will him*elf, as he is in du
bound to do, afford aid and encour
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The "Commercial" in publishing in I
its columns, after the recent election, a |
»lander upon a de ? d man gnly souml- ,
ed the tOttein^jottder key-that h aaU
w»y« preT»ded It, contemptible s
î? rt t f Sf.îf ™ n f Sîi
fa "SÎw re °„ 'J' ï™ Ù"
doing It nas nett ooly
known SS*,«
more surprising I
blasphemy. ^ 0W .P^® g ""P ® . ..
in a mere newspaper, inscanning in its
partizan heat the results of an elec
tiou, to dare say anything is the judg
ment of God? And this, to be world
without even ascertaining the facts.
What can honest and God-feajing
think of a newspaper that will ma
glantly, and without proper consider-1
atlon, publish that which it knows will
tear open anew the wounds of an al
ready afflicted family? What crime
more damnable and what person more I
ho commits I
ty
agement in this direction.
tht Editor of tha Qaactte,
Envenomed Malignity
To
itl
iy
contemptible titan he
The Coming Crtie of the Re- I
viiiiUictin Fartu
puoucun xraiiy. |
There ig no longer any reasonable
The statement published in the
"Commercial" has since been proved
to be a lie frombegitoniog to end.
From the New York Tribuna Nov. 10.
learning wisdom from the overwhelm- I M.
ing defeat of bis party, is gradually I has
coming to tbe belief that the success of I to
1 Democracy was a personal tribute a
himself. The iuterpretation of Ills ing
nmrcrPHtpd vpaterdav I
suggeste ye e y l gmu«
« proraply approved correct by his j
peclal organ In this citv. After the I a g
Cabinet meeting yesterday, says the I
inspired chronicle of the court, "the I
" President expressed himself more at I to
' length on the third term than he has I
condescended to do heretofore I buy
without renouncing any such idea on I
hinnart He said that a careful cx
2 ' „ ta^ho diflSÏ Wm.
amination of the return in tue diner- of
ent States showed conclusively that near
people in rendering their verdicts I f r
. Ihe Wim and senseless cries on I the
this subject which had filled the air I
for months pas Y He pointed to what J tho
he considered two notable instancesin I Mr.
proof of his assertion. The South ruble
Carolina Republican Convention had | }*•
?S?d U nV"j^n p d"t n a °c u aÄ
vernor had been triumphantly elec
ted In the face of »11 the oddsagalnst
W"- .Ontte oUierh»nd,lnUu Uti- inc
ca di8trict|of New-1 ork, where the I
Republicanb had always had an oyer- I has
" whelming preponderance, Mr. Ellis I that
" II. Roberts insisted upon the Con- j The
" «rressional Convention which nomi- I
nated him pronouncing against the f
" third term, aud he w»s defeated." at
The President "does not for one in- ■>"
*' »tant «action the Idea that hi. policy
"orhis personal acts have contribu
" ted in any* degree to the: party's de
ii »» I
Gen. Grant's position being thus of
flcially defined, ^becomes Important
for the country to know what attitude l
wiM be assumed by the pnrtv of which p
Gen. Grant is the recognized leader.-- I
For we have reached the dividing of j not
ways, where the party and the I
President must choose their respective I 17
roads, and either go along together I
whither the blind ambition of Gen. F
Grant is leading bim, or elac part
The event« of last week must have 1 v
MfiTifiM- u
of the Administration and the blindest J
and most bigoted of partisans that the I
discussion which they deprecated as I
remature was a vital issue in politics I
efore tbs election, and the president I
_ow assures us that it is a vital issue I
still. If the Republicans lack the cou- I
rage to thwart their leaders inclinations I
the Opposition will take the job into I
its own hands $ud make an çnd of I
Grunt and his party together. $8
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A. Notable Demonstratio!» , I
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. H.—One of
the most notable features of the grand
demonstration last night was the num
ber of United States flags on public and
who could
the
to
conduct which we
by t
the
the stauchest adhereuts
private buildings. Every
make, beg or borrow a star spangled ban
had one floating from his house, and
_... greeted with cheers by the peo
ple-fifteen thousand in number. It was
the grandest union demonstration in the
South «L _ . .
Some negroes were going about select
renewed kind
ness to the colored^race.__ I
dvii nitthiH «t N«« —a Mutiny.
vl v"?wl iV™*?™ n-.'.nr
Niw Yoax, Nov. ll . A ™}üipy occur J
fill
I bus
ored, and tha white «ailors revolted be
cause Stephen A. Smith, colored, was
mado boatswain. The white sailors
tho night of tho 20th beat Smith in a a
fearful manner. The entire crew were I
arrested to-day. |
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Ihe Tichborne Mystery. I
They have an old English sailor on the I
island of Hilo, one of the Sandwich Is- I
lands, who says ho buried Sir Boger I
Tichborne with his own hands on a de- I
sert island in 186A He Bays Sir Roger I
was sick, and was placed under his care I
on the island of Syaeny, in the South Pa- I
cific Ocean, to remain there while the I
vessel by which he (Sir Boger) had been I
picked up at sea in a small boat, returned I
with a cargo, being in quest of biche de I
m«r whatever that iB. Before the vessel 1
returned Tichborne died, * after asking 1
his nurse, George -Claridge bv name, to I
procure a quill from one of tne birds on I
the island, with which the siok man wrote |
something, using bird blood for ink, on a I
pieco of paper in his possession, giving it |
to Clafidge and telling him to have tho I
contents of the paper hiado knpwn if he |
ewagainreachedciyilization. Claridge,
whd could not road, some time after gave
the paper tea New Bedford sailor boy
named Nansell to copy, telling him to I
make the facts of the case know at the I
first opportunity. Upon iming recently I
shown a copy of'the. Illutt ratedLondon
N*io* containing the pictures of tho Tich
th| P SÎ^I Sh"Sd^l,luti
mont bo true, the, would do much tojua-1
tify the aotion of tho jury in the trial of
Orton, the Tichborne claimant, who io I
now undergoin g ft p ontenc eior perjury, j
•r,.... 1. an estimate In tho Po,t.Of.
fioo^nwort which'ooenit rather Ltrara
eant it regarda the lo»» to theDepart
mmt by the use of washed stamps as ap- I
hing $1,000,000 pèi- annutn. If there I
_really ftny fiuen wholesale fraud as I
this'earriea on, it would be an organized
businesa and could hot be kept secret.—
The instances whero postage Htamps are
washed uxd «sed asewndUme.are prob
tolmidl" pîT^Thé trouEle and riaf
of âèeection Perhap. th« pro»t«ottwe
sale of canceling materials to the Gov-1
eminent may hare colored tho estimate.
a
a
exit
the
sort
high
the
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lat
prooo
The
John
Bqt
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LOCAL NEWS.
At Frank's, 511 Market streets, milliu
ery goods are cheaper than ever.
Thanksgiving.—G overnor Ponder boa
issued a proclamation requesting an ob
servance of Thanksgiving Day, which has
been appointed by the President,
Thursday, 26th inst., two weeks from
day. In this city the day will beobserv
ed by n general suspension of business,
and services will be held in all the
churches.
Lumber at Low Prices.—W e advise
all our readers to call
1
to
at Martin
Lane'ri lumber yard, Bouth aide of Mar
as lie is Bolling lumber
it must bo Bold in a short
figure, for he is going to
kot street bridge
way down,
time at
quit business.
Enlarging.— W. J. Morrow, gravel
roofer, at No. 417 French street, is
tearing out and enlarging his business
office. Tbo new structure will be
improvement to the street.
The Sale of Bonds.—T he City Treas
urer is selling bonds quite lively. On
Friday last he Bold, wo are informed,
Saturday, $3,600; on Monday,
$4,600. Seventy thousand dollars of the
Water Loan have boon sold since the 1st
of August, the day the first bond
issued.
$1000;
War Among the Rao Men.—E dward
I McCarty and Patrick Dooley, rag mer
chants, thr?n*.oned to kill Edward Kelly,
"the rag man from Paris," because,
they alleged, ho pursued his vocation
without a license. Kelley appealed to
Esquire Hagany, who placed the offond
under bail to keep the peace.
A Fine Store.—J ohn Alden, the pojM
ular gruoer, has recently removed to the
handsome new store at tho N. W. corner
of Second and Washington streets. Hero
he will always have on hand a largo
sortment of the best family groceries,
which ho will, as usual, sell at the lowest
rates. Give him a call.
Pantomime.—O n Saturday evening,
». the Grand Opera House, N. , Û.
Roberts' ''Jack und Jill" Pantomime
« troupe will give an entertainment,
I This t.oupe is composed of first-class
artists, and an entertainment of rare
merit and variety is promiséd.
Window Broken.— Y esterday after
noon a newsboy named White threw a
I stone at another newsboy, but missed
I his mark and broke a large pane of
I glass in the window of Curry's hat
I und cap store, No. 414 Market street.
Boys will not cease the careless prac
I jj ce 0 f throwing stones in the streets
| until they are severely punished.
, TnE OEHTENHUL.-Mr. E. W. U 8 -
,, cri Ult . duly imtliorizcd »gent to re
ceive aubecriptions for sbarea of the
( - ; «P itul Stock of the Centennial Hoard
Of Finance, ia now in onr city solicit
Ing purchasers for shares of said stock,
He may be found at No. 014* Market
I street/und will be thankful for any
assistance that may be granted in his
, , ib , „„dertakinir '
& ■
® UI 1 T - — ^. r ; Franklin i uylor
fought suit against II. F. Pierce,
Chester County öchool Superintendent
Moreover $100 salary for services at
pliO West Chester Teachers' Institute
week before last. Mr. Pierce bad paid
Mb *25- A heating was liacl before
Alderman Whitehead on Saturday
last, when, after testimony was g!Teir,
I p e . case w as postponed until the 10th
I instant.
b&j
The "Englibh Bull."—T ho ''English
Bull" is now ploughing up and down
French street, between Fourth and Fifth,
the macadatnizera having reached that
portion of the street. This morning the
animal roiled too heavily over tho loose
stones, aud the front whoeles sunk down
in a hollow, where they revolved without
I propelling the apparatus
a deal of raking and Boraping the "bull"
| was extricated, and continued
inch. After
it ;
course.
A Large Stock
Good Clothino.
an
I M. Davidson, at No. 106 Market street,
I has in store, as may be seen by referring
I to his advertisement in another column,
a large stock of good, substantial cloth
ing smtobls to the winter, which he is
I wllmg at reduced rates—lower, we pre
l gmu« than uuch clothing can be bought
j Q^Qw^ere in the city. Those who want
I a g 0 od article for a small sum should
I call—they will not be allowed to go away
I unsuited. It is Mr. Davidson's business
I to exhibit his goods and lie does it with
I pleasure and bloasantness, whether you
I buy or not. Give him a call at No 106
I Market strsot.
Runaway Accident.—L ast evening,
Wm. Clavcy »ud Win. H. Loe, butchers,
of thig city were driving along tho road,
near iroc { esgin , when their horse took
I f r jght and ran away. In a short time
I the wagon was upset and both men were
I thrown out, Mr. Clavcy falling under
J tho wagon and receiving severe injuries,
I Mr. Loo was not hurt so badly, and
ruble to walk to Wm. Taylor's house, near
| }*• where ha procured a team, in which
Ihpkovebentc. - Improvements
SfKd°somc^ tauscsÄ
inc , udinK on „ llouso 4 th
I B 0Wea> t) ie eorriafle manufacturer,
I has so changed and altered his residence
I that he lias znadu it a perfect palace.
j The building of houses in castellated or
I towered shape is now becoming
f fashion in Wilmington. Mr. Church
at Tatnall street and Delaware »venue.
■>" tad hta dwelling improved by the
"Jf*™ *>' " ,t! ' bal " n > e!i
Organizing.—L ast night the Republi
I canB meet at their headquarters for the
purpose of organizing a permanent or
^jf™"" m itteo to report permanent
l ffi c CM reporte d George W. Bush, os
p res id cnt .
I Thiri report, however, the meeting did
j not sanction, and Levi O. Bird, Esq.,
I elected President, receiving 101 votes to
I 17 for Mr. Bush, 16 for Washington Has
I tings, and 1 for John H. Adams. Mr. H.
F- Pickels
Eiecutivo Committee, but declined.
1 v
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J During the month of October, there
I was manufactured at the Berks County
I Prison, according to the report or the
I Board of Inspectors, 1734 yards of car*
I pet, 103 grain bags, and 193 pairs of
I boots and shoes. $454.35 worth, of
I carpet were sold for cash, and $560. 28
I were sold on credit. $101.35 worth of
I boots and shoes were sold for cash,
of I and $022 worth were sold on credit.
$8 80 were received for boarding, and
1808.85 were received on book account,
I making the total amount of roceipts
of $2,021.58. The expenditures were
$2,409.50.
Stock
Good Clothino.
of
Sev
been erected,
two towers.
the
elected a member of tho
still
Berks County rmsoN Report.—
Tub Foa.—For a week or more, heavy
fogs have envoloped our city and vicinity
night and morning. Theso fogs have
been generally dispelled by the morning
sun, but during the nights their density
has been considerable. So much has this
been the
flicted . with pulluonio diseases. The
I leaves iu the forests and streets arafall
in »» and witii BUcli 4111 unhealthy fog
hovering about, thero is no telUngwho
J aTnon g a q the people will be the next to
A BOLD THEFT
that tlie ongineers of night
trains hod to exerciso great
, os a dense fog is worse than a black
resistance to the
night, as it offers
be
was
a a colored oibl brkaks a market street
I htorx window and 8Tiai.s home goods.
| MoriaWliite, col., alias "Biscuit Heels,",
. evidently desires a winter's lodging at
I j^ ew Castle, at least she has taken the
the I right course to secure that object. About
Is- I 20 minutes post nine, lost night, she stop
I before Humphrey & Sandt's hat and cap
de- I store. No. 216 Market street, and with a
I large Btone broko a hole in tho window,
I Thrusting her hand through the aperture
Pa- I she took out a white fur hat, a black and
the I white fur turban, and about a dozen pan*
been I of gloves. She Btartodup the street with
I her booty, but as au alarm wart promptly
de I given, she Was overhauled at Fourth and
1 Market streets by officer Springer, who
1 took her to the City Hall cells. Her hand
to I was severely cut by thrusting it through
on I the broken glass. .
| This morning Maria had a hearing be
a I before Mayor Simms, and in, default
it | $600 bail, was committed to Ne\y Castle,
tho I to await trial at Court,
he | Alt the stoleit articles wero recovered
gave
boy
to I Boston, November u.—It is repor
the I ted that General Butler is preparing
I f or publication a letter showing the
caUBe8 of his late defeat, He claims
Tich- «hat ho was betraved bv
îSS tSVè ?
comfortable revelations ¥
tojua-1 to form a new party in Massacbuaotts
of
io I NoT Pahtisan.—T lie Boston Newa
j , :onL r r aiulLites the oitizensof M»B»»chu
" eUs 0,1 tho excellent chaiatcr of tho
domocraU »ent to represent them in
Congress, and predict« that they will
ap- I not act dKjiartisans. The Bpringfield
there I (Mass.) Itepublican, referring to the
as I election of Mr. Frost; republican,in the
1 fourth Massachusetts congressional dis
j trict. by one vote, ironically remarks
are 1 lliat «jf | t were | agt »^ r instead of this
prob- and Mr Rrost ^, re a democratic C'An
riaf gressman from jnetead of a
rçpvWicw.ÇoiJgressman from. !}»»»«
Gov-1 cbusett9, he would be unseated. As It
estimate. * is, he is probably all right.
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DEMOCRATIC JUBILRE.
DOVER DEMOCRATS CELEBRATING THE
VICTORY—IMMENSE ATTENDANCE
ELOQUENT ADDRESSES, AC.
L Correspondence of the Oaxette. J
Dover, Del., Nov. 11,1874.
Probably the largest concourse of
people oyer assembled in Dover were
here last night to celebrate the great
by the Democratic party
on the 3<1 instant. Long before sun
set people began to pour in from the
surrounding country. Delegations
were preseut from every
the county and it is estimated th.it
three thousand persons were In
utteudauce, being a collection of tho
present yeomanry, the mechanics, tho
professional men of the county all a#,
semblcd for the same purpose of rejoic
ing and congratulating one another.
Gov. Ponder. Congressman-elect Wil
liams, Secretary of State Paynter, Dr.
Cooper and other prominent
present.
About seven o'clock
procession of the solid Democracy of
North Mnrderkill appeared, which,
with about five hundred horsemen of
Dover and vicinity, headed by the
Dover Silver Cornet Band paraded alt
the principal streets. Tho procession
was over half a mile long, and during
the whole parade vociferous cheers
went up for Cochran and Williams
and the men of the Democratic party,
which, by the time it would die away,
eucoro would be caught up at
another, and by this means it would
move along the line, and continually
cheer after cheer rent the air. The
State House, Court House, County
Building, Farmers' Bank, Delawarcau
office and the dwellings of nearly eve
ry Democrat of the town were illu
minated in the finest manner which
made the night a magnificently grand
one. The procession, with torches,
transparent lights, banners, Ac., also
made a fine appearance.
An amusing scene in the parade was
a representation of the effects of the
Civil Rights Bill should it become a
law. A negro man at a Hotel and un
dressing to get into bed with a white
and as the white
lively skirmish was in progress between
them.
After parading about all over town
the procession halted in front of the
State Houso were Senator Saulsbury
made bis appearance and in a short
and effective i _
them over the success the
nttained. He was
Fulton, Esq. of Dover
victory
Delegat!
hundred in
ub<
Lmmt dm
objected a
speech congratulated
uccees they have iuet
followed ly J. Alex.
A.- u ... U a,, umj. vi vv .w., and Edward L.
Martin, Esq,, of Sussex, who also made
short and spirited speeches. The lat
ter read letters from Senator Bayard
and State Senator-elect-Fiddoman.the
latter expressed his regret at not being
able to. bo present but congratulated
them over the noble work accomplish
ed. The band and procession next
proceeded to the residence of Jas. L.
cverin, Esq., when after a serenade,
his son, Jas. II. Hcverin, of Philadel
phia made an address •ongratulaHng th f
people of his native county on the
victory wofi over tho the Republicans.
Ex-Gov. Saulsbury was next visited
who responded with his usual and elo
quent and forcible manner after which
the large crowd dispersed. The grea
test enthusiasm prevailed throughout
the evening and what was the cause of
it all? Was it because they bad trium
phed over a fallen toe, or was it merely
for the love of party power? not at all.
They were instigated to their object
from the fact that Delaware is still pre
served from the horror of Radical and
negro rule and the victory won In other
States foreshadows better days for our
Republic, which will come at no dis
tant day, but not a day too soon for
an outraged people. C,
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for
Pastoral Record.
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE .DELA
WARE: AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, BE
LATIVE TO MR. FOLWELL'S CONTEM
PLATED DEPARTURE.
Rev. Geo. W. Folwell, pastor of t]ie
Delaware Avenue Baptist Church, con»
templates changing his field of labor,
which probable course his congregation
view with regret. At a meeting of the
members andfriendsjof the church,last
evoning, the following preamble and
resolutions wero unanimously adop
ted :
tra
Whereas, Rev. George W. Folwell
has been our respected and
pustor for nearly nine years, and
WHKiiKAS, He now believes it to be
bis duty to sever that relation and ban
presented to us his resignation, and
earnestly asks for its acceptance, there
fore JJ
Rkbolved, That we accept the resig
nation of Brother Folwell wjtU feel
ings of the
but recogn
led to this result.
Resolved, That
our deep attachment for him, and will
ever hold in grateful rctacmbrance his
lubors of lovo with ui, the purity of
his life, tho faithfulness shown in the
discharge of every duty, his imitation
of his Master, and tho aeal and sacri
fice ho has made in His cause.
Resolved, That our prayers for his
success in his life work and for his
prosperity, will follow him to what
ever field of labor he may be called,
and that to him our hearts and homes
will always be open.
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be presented to Brother
Folwell and be recorded in the Min
utes of the Church.
at
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Î
*nd
61o.
beloved
greatest regret end sorrow,
Uo the necessity which has
Hun
The Street Market.
The Street Market, Wednesday.. pre
sented a pleasing appearance with its
great array of fruit, fall vegetables,
country produce. The supply «earned
unusually large, butnotwithstanding this
prices remained about as usual. Fall ap
ples were abundant ^pd embraced all the
popular varieties. Turnips, cabbage,
beete, and like vegetable were supplied
profusely at current ratees while the sup
the usual country produce was
Bad
ply of tiio usual country produce was
large and fine. The historic turkey put
appearance at 20 cents per pound.
Butter alone wae rather scaroe, and wa »
higher than usual. The current prices
are quoted below:
Butter, 45, 50 and 65 cents per pound ;
roll, 38 to 45 do; eggs, 32 and 85 per dor.;
S 60 and $1.25 per pair; ducks
$2 00do; turkxesUO cento per
poünd, or $2 00 and $3 50 each ; ap
9 and 15 per half peck, or 75 to $1 a b
pears, 8 and 25 do; potatoes, white, 10
and 20 do, or $1.00 und $1.10 per bushel;
sweet potatoes, 15 and 20 per half peck;
tomatoes, 8 cento do; corn, 80 aud 90
bushel; cabbage, 2 and 5 per head;
ms, 25 per string; beets, 5 ai
I,
In
chicken
$1 25
m
to
head;
—., —- M»d 8 a
bunch; honey, 85 per pound; smeaxcase,
sauce, 5 cents do.;
l"-;'
5 per bowl; pepper
apple butter, 10 and 12 cento per Poqpd;
grapes, 5 to 8 per pound; tu*mp«L 7 to 10
per half neck ; «wr-îpUota. $ to 10 per
pjece ; chestnuts, from 10 to 15 cts. per
4U Beef, 12 and 25 per pound; veal, 10 and
20 do; mutton, 8 and 16 do; liver, 10 do;
lard, 10 and 12 do; ham, 18 and 20 do;
pickled pork, 10 and 12 do.; sausage, 14
und 16 do.; scrapple, 8 do.; sausage 12
do.; scrapple, 8 do.; pork steak, 14 do.
at
a
be
the
tho
in
will
the
the
dis
this
C'An
of a
!}»»»«
As It
$S0,000 for One Dollar.
All Texas is thrown into a fever ot
citement by the Texas Gift Concert As
sociation, at Donisori,"bnering induee
_I__ never equalled before
f association of the kind. Purcha
tickets have every assurance that
the drawing will be conducted in a fair
and impartial manner, and the invest
ment of one dollar will surely get tho
GRAND CASH GIFT of $50,000. Who
will he tho possessor of the lucky dollar?
Apply to tho local agont in this city for
any information desired.
menU that
by
For the Oaxette.
ploying negroes can he
punished for discharging them because
they did not vote the Republican ticket,
why cannot a man \ms punished (or dis
charging white men bemuse they voted
tho Democratic ticket? ' And yet we are
told three men employed in a paper mill
not far from this place wero deprived of
work for doing so. R.
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«arDIAMOND J EWELRY A SPECIAL
TY.—American ami imported watches 18
karat, solid gold righto, ladies' and gents'
Koldid gold chains. Jéwelry In every
variety, also, clocks at prices to suit the
times at T. W. Body's old established
stand, No. 622 Mtu*et St., Philad'a.
mar20wly.
un
Real Estât» Solu.-- T be farm of Levi
(Jarret, ol WillUfcowu township, Cheerar
county, P«., containing 114 aorae and 123
Eber James, of Cluster {
perches, wo* sold to —
on Tuesday for $87 par
improved land,to Geo. Y. Pa*«more ol Lime;
Delaware county, for f455. Wm. R. Bbar
plèta, auctioneer.
, t
At tbe annual meeting of tbe Grand Div
ision ot tbe Sons of Tempenvuo« ol Kipiou,
N. Y., yesterday. Grand Worthy Patriarch
presided und reud hi* report,
condition bt the order 10 oe
proBpcron*. The Grand Worthy Scribe E.
H. HopkiDB mportud that tbe number of
luumber* la tbe order was 12,333. During
the past two mouth* nineteen division*
have Iwen established with a uumberabi-*"*
627. The report ol tbe trea^urai:, A
Higgins, showed there was a Tmlsflct
$800 la the treasury.
H. L. Famous
sbowimr the
1
THE COUNTY COUR?.
TBS NOVEMBER TERM—AN IMPORTA
SION.
The regular November sesaioff or onr
County Courte will open at New
on Monday next, 16th inst. J
The session promises to be one of great
interest. The number of ordinary ontfrit
nal cases is perhaps, not so large usjus
but tho two trials for capital offen
add great importance to the c<iui
The first trial for a capital offen® will
be that of JosephH. Taylor, of Lewisville,
Chester connty, Pa., for tho murder of
Robert A. Mackey, who had resided at
Jennersville, same county. The murder
is supposed to have been committed
the night of Thursday, July 30th lost.—
On that evening, both the young mea left
St. Georges together, in a buggy, for the
purpose of driving to Odessa! but Taylor
entered the latter town alone, at % late
hour in. the evening. The next day he
drove to Middletown, disposed ot Mack
ey's team, and then fled. In tho evening,
Mackey's body was found Hooting in
Drawyer's creek, near Odessa. It was
taken out, and an inquest held by Depu
ty Coroner Stephens, but os no one
could recognize the remains, a verniet of
death by drowning wus rendered, and the
body interred. About a week later,
Mackey's frieuds arrived in the neighbor
hood, looking for him Hearing of the
drowning case their suspicions *•; **
cited, and on exhuming the remains they
were recognized to be those of Mackey.
Foul play was immediately suspected and
Taylor's subsequent actions seemed a con
firmation of tho suspicion.
Taylor was arrested in iiucyrus, C
for county, Ohio,'and brought ou here
for trial. Ho will be dofended by Hon.
Thoa. F. liayard, and Hon. Wm. G.
Whiteley. Tho cam attracts great inter
est in this and adjoining counties.
The other trial of a capital character
is that of Aaron K. Woodward, of Chris
tiana Hundred, for tho shooting of Wui.
Lukens, on the 6th of October. With the
circumstances of this affair, our readers
still familiar. Farmers generally
interested in this trial, as it will prob
ably show the extent of their personal
authority in cosos of tresspass. Wood
ward will be defended by Hon. Thos. F.
Bayard and Wm. C. Spruance, Esq.
The civil list is quite extensive, and
interesting cases. Among
others will be the suits of the Lymans vs.
the P., W. & B. K. K. Co., for damages,
growing out of the accident at Newport.
Dec. 23th, 1872, by which several
members of the plaintiff's families
badly injured. The plaintiffs were non
suited last May, but their oounsel, Levi
C. Bird, Esq., moved for a new trial,
which motion was granted. The plain
iffs are represented by Hon. Thomas F.
iayard and Geo. C. Gordon, Esq.
The Court will also act upon a number
of applications for licenses to sell li
41 The session, in all probability, will be
lengthy as well os interesting. As usual,
full and reliable reporta will appear regu
larly in the Gazette.
*ng
\
sruoilL NOTICES.
Tap« Worm.
Tap« War
Thp« Worm removed in from 2 to 3 hour«
with huriulee» vegetable madioina. Tb« worm
PMoing from Ihe tyatem alive. No fee HJlk«d
until the entir« worm.with head pm»«. Medi
oloe harmlM*. oxn refer thoae afflicted to th*
realdenta of thia city whom I have cur®". At
my offloe oan be »een bandred» of spaaimena,
maMUring froin 4Q to 100 fast In length. Fif
ty per oeutof cnees of dy»pepsi>* and diRorga
nitAtlon» of Liver are caused by atooiach and
other worma existing in tha elementary
oal. Worma, a diieM* of tbe most dangerous
character, are so little understood by th*
médirai men of th* present day. Call sad
the oricinal and only worm deairayer.or send
for a circular whioh wifi aiv* a full descrip
tion and treatment of al) kimR of worms,
eneJoae S cent ctamp for return of th« rame.
Dr. E. G. Kunkel «an tell by lealne toe pa
tient whether or noL theyar« troubled with
worms and by writing and telling thesymp
toms, Aj.. th* Doctor will answer by mail.
DR. fe. k.KONKRL, No. 2» N. Vint» Si„
Pkilxpilpbia, Pa. (Advice at office or by
mall free). Heat. Pin ana Stomach Worms
also re moved, f«b 1
The Great Sewing Machine Depot North
east corner of Fourth and Arch streets. Phi h
S auqard makes ol Machine». Tha celebrated
atinnal Needle Company's Standard Needles
for all mauhinea, wholesale and retail Also,
04. Oil Cans. Screw Drivers. Silk. Cotton and
Linen Thread. Ac. Persons allowed liberally
for Old Machinée wheu t-tken in exchange for
A T.STOOPS
N. K Cor. 4th and Arch Sts.
■eplBwtim
married.
No ravda.
PHILADELPHIA OATILK MARKET
Mukoav, Nuv. 9, fil». M
Tho market lor Rraf Çattlo w «* firm ibi*
we*k. but tbo inquiry was only modérai«
Sales of o itnmon to good at S>4a7 Ida., aud ex
tra at 7^a8^o. Raoolpts, 3300 h*u«l.
activa and higher. Sole*
Sheep
at 4a5%!. Receipts 800) head.
Hogs met a moderate demand at |9a9 75
corn Ted. Receipt« 660 beud.
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS
W*»w**pA», N|,*. U-A P. at "
Pi.otiB—The m»rket is quiet hd-I only a
limited demand prevails trom huru« «ou
aumor*. whose Purohu*e.t foqt uu Ii^ki barrel«,
«ÄO'ÄKi
(5 2o*5 5Q : Minnefotadu do at |5 37^*5 75 :
Peou»ylvan;u. 0h;o apj Udiaaa do. do.
$5f>0uh. and high grade-« at
Î utility, hye Flour sell* at *6.'0«5 02,'i. Id
orn Meal do Bales.
OBiiR —The movements Id Wheat are of a
limited character, and we notioe nuira of 6000
bushel tied at tl 18*122; amber at $125*126,
*nd white at 81 26»1 43. Coan is in fair re
quest. and 4000 bushels cold at 92a93c. for ytl
low and mixed, and 75a85c. for new do. Qats
aellincat G2a04o. Lr Western wLite. and
61o. for mixed.
Whisk v-"?°0 hbls Western Iron-bound
■old atfl 01 per gallon.
lor
75. a« Id
t
for
825for
the
£
M
King
S
tbe
sale
ion's
size
and
ing
STATE QF DELAWARE- I
Exioysi y* DmimUT. [
1874. as the d*T of Thanksgiving and Prayer;
I, James Ponder. Governor ot the Slate of
Delaware, do hereby recommend a teneral
and proper ntoervanoe of that day, by thf
citizens ot thie Stet«.
In witneee whereof I
unto eet my bawl and
LMBtf KïS tü .ÂÎ h *a
ibe" inth# year of our Lord
eight hundred and seventy tbur.
^dependence «f the but# ihe
JAMBS PONDER.
novl2to3a
caused the
BK AI«
day of Novem
one thousand ;
and nf the I
ninty-ninth.
By th* Governor.
Johm H. Patstsj.
BooraUry of fitst«.
Ä~New!)kit>»erlptl*n Book.
The Secrete, hf y iteriee, and Romance of
Prison Life in New York, gather
ed by Charlee Sutton, Warden
of the Tombe.
Lars* 8vo. 650 pp-, UltstraUd. $3.60.
This is not a strictly ranratfonri work, and
recommended by tn* brat m*n a* a Moral
Reformer. Boy* nadinc it will not learn to
b* thieve», but willloaru how thieves «uffer
i h* «tory of John Mahoney, written by him
self. i* worth th# prise- of the hook. The best
•tiling book ever published, zo ray all our
agent*- Exclusive territory given. An agent
wanted in every town. '
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1 Newenopere ore
gXSCUTOR'S
PUBLIC BALE
OF VALIUBUS
HEAL. ESTATE,
KNOWN AS STOTTSVILLB,
AN OLD DROVE STAND.
On Saturday, Nov. 28, 1874.
Will be told at Pobllo 8« le, on ibe premises
in Sadsbury township, Chester County. Pa, in
immediate proximity to Pomeroy Station, the
Janetion of the Penne, and Del. R. R. with
th* Penn. Oentrai R. R., All the
bis property known as Siottavill*. late the
property of David Stott, deo'd. containing 166
ACtt ES. more or less, of highly improved
land. The improvements
consist of a large throe-story
Stone Ilotel. situated on th* Mtarf
Strasburg road, at the inter-MSI
section of the road leading^m
from Pomeroy to Gum Tree, toget
ssitsble Stabling and oth<
large lautily Mansion U
rn. Four T
Ü
out buildings. A
. large Frame
Housed, conveniently lo
property is one of the oldest Hotel and
Dry ve Stands in Chester County, and beiag
road could be divided into several
ions with buildings on each, and also into
. lota. Buuk run courses through
it, knd u{fords good water power facilities for
imemtiiciuriuK. This property is well worthy
or tho attention of capitalists, as it offers
a fil» chance to an euterprising uau to
a I'm« grain and dairy farm, with good fences
an «J buildings. A large ana fine Hotel P
with all the necosaury stabling. A val
sight all in
it. you reach It from Phila
Penna. Central
at
delihia...
K. g., and return on th* came day ; trom Wil
iniugtou by ihe Penn. <b Del H. R„ alao from
City. Oxford. Ac. Person* wUbin«
the property will be shown tho same
ling on J* W, Stott, reaiding thereoa, or
tboiW deoiring further information can ad*
dreui, A. Murohuy. M. I)., Parkeaburg, Ches
ter (Joun'y. Pa.
Hale to commence *t I o'clock. P. M., when
condition» will be made known by
A. MURPHKY. M D..
Parkenlurg pa. Oct 8 18 4
uoV7itd-wl» Executor.
Dol
si
S PK21AL MKKI lNGofih-STCCKHOLD
hK.-NOK TUB DELAWARE RAILROAD
COMPANY - lu
praviou* no
lle«. * upccial uiftting ot the Mo«khold«rs
ot tho Ifulsware K*i!ru,id Oompauy w«a h«id
at tiioir oltioe hi U*> or. on Thurad»» tbo 5th
d*y of Noveu ber, 1874. et 1.3U o'clock. P. M.
Andrew V- Gruy, K.q., woe called to the
chair, und M. Hate* appointed BooreU y.
A 0'iuinih
a inajoniy in value
to atie dunce, aud reported thut the number
of «bare* lepreaented either in pertonurby
proxy at this meeting amounted to 8&.87W.
and tnut the whole number ot eher« iuucu
by thin Company t • thüdute wu* 53 206, »how*
ing that* Urxe m»iority ia value of tbeatook
wm reprecented
8. M. Felton, Ksq.. p reaideot of the Corn
pan . presented lor the consideration of th«
meeting, a draft of
Delaware R. R, Com
phia, Wilmington A1
» appi-tntfd
mi «ruin if
th« atockbOld*» wer*
ment between tb«
nd th« Philadel
Itiuiur« RttilroHd Com
pany, providing for the guarantee by the lat
ter company, of tix hundred aud fifty tboiu
and dollars, (46ÔU.00ÜJ of Bond« proposed to
b* issue I by the Delaware Railroad Company
to i>ay off the loans falling due July 1st, 1875.
Resolutions were unanimously adopted, ap
proving the auid agreement, and the Presi
dent of the Compuuy eras au horixel and di
rected to take all necessary step« to carry out
the objects thereof.
On motion the îueeüu^aüjourned.
agree
6 «-,.
1 jVdTH DIVIDES» --Ti. ClMU>a,l
1\7t thia ioatituUon have this day de
clared a Dividend of- three p«r o«&L out of
the profite lor tb« last ai x months, payable
to the atockholderaor their legal repraienta
,lT "^S55; n ' : *"vf!?Ä u saur.
Dank or Vkysm*. Nov. 5. 1874.
7w4t
T UE CIlEäAPHAKK AHD DELAWARE
CANAL (X).—A general meeting of the
Sditratesö;
1374,at 11 o'clock, A. M
nov7.H,21.28todeo?
IRT V. LBSLXY,
SecraUuT.
tbe drovo. A liberal reward will OoIajL
paid fur b«r return to th* *nb*orib#r. r
nov5 ltd-ltw JOSEPH H. OOl
sons, um» & idle
1124 Chestnut Et» Philad'a.
DEALERS AND IMPORTERS.
Key and Stem Winding Watches, in
Gold or Silver Cases.
far Ladle»'. Oen«»' A Bey»' Wear
An Immens» Assortment at At
tractive Prioes. *
Every Wi tch Guaranteed.
novfiw3m_'.
A Chromo givou with Every
Dollars Worth.
CHEAPEST FRAMES
in the citv.
Aud the Largest Stock of Frames in the
country.
GREAT DOWN TOW'»
FRAME DEPOT,
No. 348 8. Fécond Street,
PHILADELPHIA,
..,.75 e«ata and up
JO per de*. ,r "
.. C cts, «ach " **
..» . **
PterMooper.....'..'...-,.
Btercosoope Vic»»
Aibuma...... .üy.V.T.
Looking GInkscs....
Bracket.
Pome and _
all kinds of Wax Work.
•4) ••
for yourselves. Materials for
novdw2m
«50 BKWAHD.
Etollen from Cherry Hill, (about 2 miles
HMt of Mt. I'leifHJiit, Sl Goorgwi Hd.,) on
Wednesday night, Got- 2Sth. a sorrel horse.
about.15 hands, coming 6 years old. hitched
narrow tail board on hinges. 8- r > will be pait
for the return of tbe horse and wagon anti
825for the apprehension-apd conviction *f
the thief. D. W. CGRBIT.
Odessa, Del.
M 1 1
SHOT, GUN and PISTOL
MANUFACTORY.
»dTIliVlEL ItiELCIlOIB,
Buooesnor to the late F. Herting, No. 214
King street, above 2d. Wilmington, Dal.. **#
speotfuUr informa his friend* and Sport-m*n
S norally, tt»«« he will eentinu« the ma
atnreof Shot Gun», Rifle* and Pistols,
tbe old stand,No. 214 king street, aud has
sale a large and beautiful «tookof Fir
Double-Barre! Gans from $8 to 1125.
Single-Barrel Guns from 23 to $20.
AH kind* of Pistols, Colt's. Sharpe's, Al
ion's an i Smith's & Weston's Ksvolvers, with
Cartridges, Ac-, eomplet*. Also, Ely's best
double water proof Percussion (hips;
size ball and *hot; Game Bats, and panning
Apparat generally. FUhlnff Taekl«, Ao-.
oonstantl on hand ana for sal# whoUrral*
and retail at th* lowest cash price».
«^Particular attention paid to Bell Hang
ing and L^cksulthing as heretofore,
•in-w if
fbl
every
WEW CiOoDS
Opened thUlay. a oboio* a*sortin*nt of
B«ad«d Trimmings.
Hosiery, Q loves,
Merino Underwear, 40.
elegant assortis k*t of
EMBROIDERED 5CBPHYR WORK.
ZEPHYR WORSTED.
AIM
, Ac., Ao.
8. H. STAATE,
No. Air Market «treat
Wilmington. Del.
*«p25-wtf
J. W. WlLffg
0. ?. WSLOB,
J. A. Todd.
J. C. Cannon,
TODD, WELCH Sc. OO.,
Commission Merchants,
For the 8a\e of
COUWTRV PRODUCK,
STAND No 1, ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Third and It Ing M*.,WllmlngtoB«D*I
Oonsignmenta ri-apeotfolly »ollolted. I
turn* promptly m .da All order* for goods
dromptlv fluid ana forwarded. Jy24wly
Fanners Take Notice.
ABBOTT à MoKINNEY,
619 Orange fit, Wilmington, Pel.,
prepared to do all kind* of Repair*
Are
mIapkks, mowers^ thrrsiiinq ma
and all other machine work* for farm*. Lawn
Muwsr« and Cutting Bowes repaired at ahort
notioe. itnirlne» and all other
ou. led to. Give u* a call.
Dr, JOHN BUCHANAN,
No. B14 Pin* Si., Phflad'a,
May b« coni iited personally or by letter
all DISEASES—<A»r(y t/eare atweeu/ulpradi
and author of eleven Mandant %—rkkom mtd
Ui» medicine, ate entirely VEGETA BLI
prepared by himaelf Tho mo*t form
ol Site— CURED aa Cancer». Tma«r«. Ulcer*.
4*h(litA* Vr*u«t.uf*
fjSr%;LDR^N
49*111» (Wrbrand (/oldtn Pille. $2.00 per
, guaranteed—no lady shouldb* without
them. may 1.1*74-1 y w .
M 1
Comumption, Nervous
v A SPBCIA
d
Allmond*« Building/ Brisk» of *U
MUTN
th Street,
kinds on
iyl4tt
hind at lowest market ratos.
PUBLIC SALES
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALS OF
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Ul b* sold at Public Sal«, at 1htra»l4*no*
F, Garrart PyU. d**'d»ltuat*d in Cbriatl
Hundrad, on th« raad leading from
twill« to Newport, near Walnut Green
of J
s
bool Hous*.
MONDAT. NOVEMBER 30 Ik 1174.
Atl o'olo.k. P. M.
Th« following d**orib*d Personal Propensity:
*k Tno good Work HoraM,|MHtof
-i.Wr'Äti, ï."IîflSC
_ them frash ; l fiat Fife.
Farming implement*, consisting of on« good
two-bora« wagon, nearly pew ; 1 good market
dearborn : mowing and ranging maobla«,
nearly new; zt««l tooth bore« rak«, eUigb,
roller, Plow», barrow*, oaitivatora. fork*
r*ke#, tnorele, apadea, hoe», grain fan, oorn
•heller, grind aton*. eroaa eut raw. iee hooka,
barrow, «rain «radio, cow ehaina, man!
wedge*, port dog, barn shovel, one
donbUstag* barn era. Dearborn harneaa. eol
and, haltere, »addle and bridle, lot of hot
mentTn** *** °*b* r Article« toe t«di«oa to
DAIRY FIXTURES. comUtlag of churn,
batter tub, cream oane, strainer, bucket, lot
mssnsask
ding, table», boxe», barrele tab*. buok«te.
older by th« barrai, potato«« by th« bush«i.
A lot other and atraw by th« ton. «ora fodder
>i the bundle; oorn, «ata and wheat by th«
mahei : lot or cabbage and ew««t petal««« in
the ground, and many other artiolea.
. Condition» mad« known on th«day of aal«
ABRAM PALMER, Administrator.
L. W. Stidham k So«, Au«tlen«ero.
wheel
rat of
lar»
FURNI
and bod
by
pUBLIC
OF RBAZi ESTATE.
PURSUANT to an order of th« Or- J
g. ha »"fd c ;r r Ab o M r oW^sâï
DAY, N0VBMËSR f O, 1874. on th« I
nremi»e*, a me*euage and
late ertate of MADISON
•ituated in Kcnnett townihip, in
t>ouad*d by land* of John M*Y«a
Cloud, Wm. Garrett, Edward
others, containing ON 16 HUNDKJ
FIVE ACRES, 102 perch««, moraorlara. Th«
improvementJ are a large twe-ctory STONE
DWELLING HOUSE, with kitehraattached,
arge double-floored BARN, Wagon House.
Spring Home and other outbuilding*- There
ia a good Orchard of aPPLEsTtMAR and
other trera on the premia«. The tarn ia
wall fenced, conveniently divided
closures, well watarad, ^lea^ *frubb
SALE
ÜÏ
»boat 12 ....__
upon it. It U within two mil** of
Wilmington and Weitern ReUroad.
reniant torn
AC
on «n u«
ah)rat and pUraa of w
**7>**m?*
Kxocutor».
Bale at 1 o'oleo
Terms «My,
JOSEPH
nov4U
UBLIO »ALE. -
K
i rom WÏÏ
Tuesday, November 34,1874,
At 12 o'glook, sharp,
th« following artiol«*, as th« aahsorlbtr it
trad« to ante farming i
No. 1, Bay Mjur« Jannl«. works la all
tCstawsiS; Æ»! 1
Miloh Cows. KM fra
ringing, 2
ural*.
shifting-top : on#
steel-tooth horae
cultlvatora,8 m
carriage, 1 Y«r
horse Cart ana harness,
rak«. \ Wood's Mowing Maahia« in good or
der, 1 hay e«tt«r. 1 «ora sh«ll«r, 1 grindstone,
wheelbarrow, fork«, 1 grain cradle, mowing
aeyth# and snmth, poet digger, hot-bed »ash,
wt at «arriag« harnte». 2 rats dearborn
kerne««, plow ehaias, bridle*, collars,
About 10 ton« of tlmotny nav, mora or
L »tack of atraw, fodder by the bundle, oorn
by th* tmshel. wheat ia th« «round, churn,
butter tub*, beneh takl«, and ether artiol««
too todlot
Term« i
L. W. Stidham A sou, Aact'
ran
te
ns*
ANNIE FOR WOOD.
novAtS
iJIRUSTXE'fl SALE
OF
REAL ESTATE.
la Brandywine Handrad.
Aboutoue mil« from th« olty of Wilmlagton
By virtu« of an order «f th« Urphsâ*'
Court of tbe HUt# of Delaware, in aiidUkr
New Castle County, made th* Ninth day of
September, A. D. 1*74, will be exposed to rale
at Public Auel ion, at tb* Auction Room* of
Joseph K. Miller, on th« 8. B. Corner ot
Fourth and King street*. Wilmington, Del.
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1S74.
At 11 o'olock, A. M..
following deoeribed Land*
tn*nu, being the Krai E»Ut*
David U. Forwood. daoeased. to
corner of David Penny's land.th
Th«
and T*ne
>j» tb« 1st*
wit:
Wii
.. ut a
by th«
North fifty on* and a half d«gr**a,
forty p*rcb**, south fifty eight degree*,
four p*robrs and Bve-tentb», north fifty
d*sra**, w**t fiv* perch** and »ix-Untb*. and
■outh forty-«even degree*, wert tblrty-flv*
p*ruhe* to th* line of 8mlth and Webster'*
thence by the «am* north alxty-on*
f degrees. w**t thirty-eight perehe
middle ot a publio road and a on
Mhool boua* lot, thraee with tb* middle
•aid road, north eight and a half dagra**. wert
fourteen perobee, then** by raid tot south
aity-Bve and m batf <!•*»••», w*at *|«t*u
perche* and four teath* tu tb* middle or a
publie load, then*# nith tb* middle of Hi«
north sixty and a half 4«ire«a, west
twelve perebe« to th* rniddl* of Shellpot
Cresit, theno* up th* earn«, th*a*v*ral cour»«*
thereof. thirty-eigbtpercliM to bhipley'sland
tbeuo* by tb# same (a atone lea*«). North
eighty-four degree», east twenty-nine perch*«
loth* middle of tb* first mentioned road,
thane* north uln* and a half d«gr«w. «art
forty-tbr*« porche» to a «orner of «aid 8hip
Uy'a land, theno« by th« ram« and other*
South forty-five and a half degree*, «rat on*
hundred and «itty-two perahee. to a corner
of William 0. Weldon's land, then«« by the
«am« iouth 11 fly-threei degree*, west «ight
«robe» and seven-tentha, nouth SI and a half
. eaat el* perebra to the aid# ofthe
ce. eforeeaidi and theaM by th* ram*
west
Ei
and
a
tbe
S
/
Turaplk«, ... .V
south si xty-thr*« degrees,west fifteen perobea
and three-tenths to th« place of beglnaiug,
containing fifty-Ur«« nor#«, more or leu.
Th« ahov« U a most desirable property on
nt of it* olos* proximity to Wllming
Tne dwelling honte, oui Wuildlng* et«.,
are in excellent oondltinn. Tha feaeing U
good and th* land well situated and produo
No. 2—Beginning at Marsh road and
oi B. Talley's, theno* by t*ld road
eight degrees, east Biteen perches to aoo
urWUltam K. Weldon's Marsh, theno* by
same north forty-four degrees, west *lgty
■even parebes to Georg* Talley's, then** by
th* same south thirty-seven and a half da
groes.weat fo arte on perch.** and three-tentha
to B, Talley'* aforewid, thane* by same south
terry- t*o degrees, asst sixty-four perches to
befinning. containing six
The above »rtnli s are ordered by tha
Court to be sold tt— and olear of Dowor.
And it Is ordered that tb* purchaser or pur
chasers thereof, be abd appear at the next C.
8 bans' Court for New Castle eounty, that th*
ourt may assign to him. her or them, the
premise* sold pursuant to said order, h«. sh«
or they with sufficient surety or sureties to be
XÄUiVuÄÄTX'd'
lodged in said Court, in a penal
determined by th* said Court, with
to pay to tho partirarabtlad..
executors, administrators or assigns respective
ly, thair Just and proportionate shares of tha
said purchase money, with Interact from su«h
time as the Court may doteraino. in mac.ni
and form as may. by th* direction of th« rai
l be prescribed and appointed in said oei
~ Atundano« will be given and terms of id
Or by bis Attorney
Attest : 0. M. Vappitib.
octZSwis Clark of th* Orphan's Court.
aoot
Ihra
u*
Ql
« reoog
aoknow
toh«
h condition
eraliy, theix
h
«WM
-gjXECUTOR'fi
BALE
OT YAUMBL1I
REAL ESTATE.
WUI b* told at Publio Sal* on
THIRD DAY. th* 17th of 11th Mo., 1874,
The Real E*t*t* Ut* of John Thompson, 4*
c*rts*d. ol Mill Cr*tk liuudtcd, — follow*:
No, 1, Tbe Uom««t*aa Farm. *it«*i«a on
th* Newark Road, near Mill Cr««k (Friend*;
Meeting House, within 1J4 mile* of tb# Wil
mlngt- n and Western and th* P*na'a and
D*l. Railroad*, and midway k*tw«*n Tough
iZSS Ktl l Zutt'J: tÄ
si» miles from mwa; .adjoining Und* of
Lewi* Thqwptou. John Parker. Frcdoriak K.
Woodward and wtk*r*. oontalnlag 1*5
and » perch**.
Th* arahl* laud is ia good eoadltion. hav
injr b«*n U*«rally Rmod and puosphaUd
within a lew yews: ».ear FJ0U bushel* or it«.«
bvin* put upon It within two years, and ia
divided lato «ohrauUut field*. w«U f«a««d
and watered. Thera U supposed to b« 84 to
whi«h is
era* of woodland on this tr*«t
heavily Umhorad. Th* improvement» ntÉSk
e ro « lar** hrlok and aton* mansion ■T|g
ouae. containing 4 room« and kitob- B |
*n on tha first floor, fiv* on th« see- BUfi
und. with ample raft
and a wall of good watar
CT'm'iJhVb'jlKiWfiRi
A large fracn* barn with
two threshing floor*, grain
■tabling for cattlo. which ate
with water, »upplled by a
' ïRESÎiftd r ""'
■hop. wood hou**. carriage
houa*. corn erib. «to., oto, Th* hatiaing*
«11 in *xo*ll*nt r*p*ir u«d I« goqa order.
(Th* abo v* tract TgiUh* *ol«i a u together
«re.»ah.ssljol«la, » nakiig rud. a Um
arojojUMf «f rao» •» tara. I.u 1. hm,
"o. a. A nlaakl» »OOD LOT. ouulalai
ccv*r*d with « ko*vy g^wth of hickory a«d
other timber
Thl* profi«rt| U d»*m*d worthy 1h« «tt«n
tion. of «s«R«l>*t* on aooount of th* timkar,
iu baeeUfa! lon«Uon. good nrigkborkood;
cosv«D;enoe to pi«««* of worihip of different
■ ■llgioAi denomination», railroad*, «t«. Alf
perron wishing to view the property pravioiu
to th* day of *«l* will b* abown the eatua by
raflinx on George Col«, o« th* prêtai*** of
Georg* Thompion en the adjointe* term
Sale to oomuHuoe at on« o*oioek, when
m and milk vault,
i th« door under
üfLKÜSSS
garner*, a«fl
hydraulic :
S!
I
I ••
at
■ses— ary
hog
per
.
ms wlU be mad* knows by
(JK0RGK THOMPSON.
Surviving Kxeouter,
At (h| —me time and plaoe will be offered
for sau» tb* fulleuin* Personal Property:
attoiit15 tn niton* of good Timothy Hay. 15.
aerM of Wheat in tb* ground. Wopd
ter
1
ST"
jwSMi
F YOU WANT
German Bin
W;N,CHAJ . ...
•trert, and b^y on«. dn»t in.
trom Europe, a lar— iavofoe of
Canary, U*mv and Rap« S**i.
»«JlUg very low._
■"«r ÂÜWâtœ
IMPORTED
I
ird, go sp
*5/6
I M
on
whioh w«
TBE RETURNS FROM SUSSEX
fib. usu at th, UaaocniU
COUNTY.
la Borna», and the ÇepuhHo.0»
——- H ON lia B D3--_
ia Italic,
at 3
! K
H ft5 I H !
*■ % g- i s* *-If!
? I f ! ï I : : ?
OSS
J f ?
OOVBBXOB. • 5 ;
J. F. Cochran, 288 288 152 181 834 466
Isaac Jump, .423 182 262 281 881 196
26.» lflf> V
'& 1 315 It
I 286 887
•J.V, Krl Mfcp*
OONOEESS.
Jan. Willlnme, 288 298 261 185 386 467
Ja». R. Lq/land 418 194 144 278 129 1U4
iSf.
2L? m r l m 290- 338'
192 281 151 219
269 230 329
Mii 1 L'l 221
tit
VWiliiam Gray 208 800 232 172 335 461 285 242 1't
. R. Rickards, 416 192 171 284 130 200 22 ; 313 Ml
CORONER.
W. Ö. Melaon,. 286 281 255 183 335 4OS 285 242 123
T. R. Ingram ,. 425 188 166 278 130 191 22 #
_ SENATORS.
J. W. Cau«*y, ,317 283 260 184 222 462 ^
J. T. Moor!, .. 301 WJ 264 182 331 463 V
W. A. Haxsard 411 204 13t| 278 129 ISO 2
IF. B. Ricarda 416 192 151 284 135 206 2
REPRESENTATIVES.
Asa Con well.,. 288 308 246 187 335 467 2.40
Q. H. PhlUlp«, . 286 295 257 184 332 465 286
J.W. Phillips.300 298 264 183 233 454 286.
JR. Lam bd en, ..291 288 249 180 307 467 279 241 VI
J. H. McNeaJ,. 299 299 253 18Ô 83.5 467 287 23 L 123
Paynter Frum«, 289 301 251 185 834 467 '235 212 123
8. F. H«naten,. 296 802 246 185 836 467 284 142 123
Thoa. J. Davit, 427 193 160 270 129 194 223 313 11)2
Thoa. Calhoun, 423 189 165 280 185 L9;j 224 313 19:j
Ebc Townatnd, 428 192 150 278 128 194 223 327 19)
Hovaton, 422 194 152 278 130 194 226 313 193 250 156 1*19
J. D. Rodney, . 423 191 152 280 182 204 229 313 193
TM. Chapman, 422 198 162 275 133 195 224 312 193
IF. B. Cannon, 423 189 144 278 137 195 233 313 191
COURT.
Kor«ra,. 300 800 255 184 885 406 282
T. W. Wfllin,. 296 800 266 179 835 467 282
8.M. Simpler, : 399 300 248 181 385 467 270 ...
F. W. Mai ah, . 800 801 255 182 335 466 282 24
Wm.O.Shert,. 295 300 256 184 885 467 278
D. R. Smith, .. 803 300 246 184 335 467 278
J. B. Ricarda ,. 422 192 152 289 130 195
J. hi. Jaater, .. 422 194 163 278 130 195 224
IF Warrington 422 192 163 278 130 195 221
J. hi. Short,... 423 192 165 279 130 195
J. M. Ricarda,. 43Z 192 160 278 1 30 195
Joahua Obier,. 422 192 251 277 130 196
270 301. 331) •
! 813 IPS 243 14/ 221
i 222 12
293 339
12 124 263 -!)<
13 HM 2M 1*
...»
i ;
v ••
)4
!
Il l
I
1 291 33'
; :M
II 13
;.;i
V.,
'•'I ;*:!'•
297 334
157 219
361 216
I
: :
167
1ÔÜ 22
.
1
- L T
« l-'i) 263 205 3
122 ■
i'i
*
121 2ti:J :.'9j 331
1 .'I
:.
4;i 12L
\'i 121
3%
'93 33*
W 31
15»
t 31
193 2ft I i 'Mi 221
1 151 220
ii
312 19;
157
-* 1
3» 312
312 193 255 15*
Hard Times, Hard Times,
ijfc
IS TEEjE CRY !
Now 1 know this to be the tact, to a ceitnin cxIlhî, und ii) «mt.*r t <
time*, i shall give to tb« Fermer and the Mm h iuic n*r tlu- n<
N«w Fall Stock ot
r.orrtome tin-«« hard
\ h. tü*î betieilt ol mf
;o d
MEN'S YOUTHS' AND BOYS
CLOTHING,
A
-A.nd Furnishing- Goods,
Wklek I have laid In at artonUhlng low priosp by offering it t
ooet, whioh will then be at least to par cent choapcr tlun at, y
■:
to at r < per rait alow
p- clothing Mure in thia
win l'hitaUlpiri* givM
nean.lull to com* and
My oomraetlon
_ , of thalargMtwholesilnClnthin
advantage* poaasarad by no on« outdid« of the ««ity.
via«« th«SDMlvM that what I ssy I will live up tn.
ÏM. DAVIDSON,
• CENTENNIAL CLOTHIWCÎ- r,TOHE, ,
lOG Market Street. '
oct2t-8mw
Ladies' and Misses' Suits aiulCOloaks.
MARTER & €. 0 ,
iff
HO. 4 NORTH EIGHTH OTItEET,
Above Market Street,
7AND
NO. 20 BOUTH EIGnTH BTSEET.
/, * Above Chestnut Ftreet,
PHILADKIiPI I I A .
LADIES, READ Til :
n' i'eavvrOlnlbK
1 -i .Li.riiil.Cioii
Di:ip .l'.l't«, _ ,
'• FuibroiutreiT.** V*-' 1 *'
SUITS
Ho.
:
LADIES'
<'( OAKS
A NO
SACViUE -
FOR
Herge,
Alpaca.
Patty,
LADIES.
NAVY BLUE ANI) PÎ.ACK
WATERPROOF CLOAKS,
WATERPROOF CLOAKS.
ALSO
AT No. 0 NORTH EIGHTH STREET.
i
IN* ALL SIZES
a..
r . **
i QU
LAD II
»"WtBFHfiaiW
< i 1 r. M i s I ;
D RAWER
BKlRTkS—8K.IHTN.
nkiiit DHKFSE.q;
■ BUMIT DRE6ÖK8.
UHrMISP.4.
HH « VV-K1I5. .
SUITS—WALKINO COATS. I
INFANTSfMBRlNO CLOAKS, 7 I
FLANNEL 8ACQI BS. . I
FLANNEL SACQUES,
Sgr L ADI ES' AND MISSES' GARMENTS MADE TO ol; HKK AT SHORT NOTICE
octlß w3m aBC"
OPENING SA
Fall and Winter llress :Goi
HAFLEIGH, CONE!
CO
1026 & 1028 Chestnut atreeffiL
rpüiXi-A-iDii; S
and desirable floods ÜF ExfrimGr ■
Are bow offering their entire stock of
QUlXiTBD SATIN SKIIi.T
Beaded Jackets and Poloiriiao, in jürcot ./Varjciy
BLACK HILKh, «1.851
BLACK H1L.KS, «1.50/
Scotch Plaid BlanliGt Shawl
sptecr/vL -
D A KG A IN.-.
BLAPR bin s.: <: •
DRKFH (»
/
üBInall Lh« NKW Tex to
oetfi-8mw
W 1LMINÜT0 Si March Htb; 1«4. 4 1»
: Geo.w. Rrewingtou, uiy tcniut.iu boui^rdot county, w
strawberries last Se&^on, hifd report* (A me that It is
l ii A.S. H- LORK.
£ JoBit A- WiUtott. Ke«.. Dear Sir
d.. used your Furb Ground Bone
th* best fertilizer he hss
J. A: Wlfcuon. Esq.. Sir: Th«Ground Bono L bought I»! y >» lUat'P.ilL' done wélt fof
on Wheat, and I shall went mor« this year for my wboat. hours truly. . j Vrfi a.. , ..
Mowmn. Del.. Aug.5th, 1874. __ il. iI A M
titw tisaTTK. DeUWiire, Amraft üth. W&t—M
lej. ,V"Ur I'ure Ground Bone last Fall IS? ,
tisraetien. The
id usiug thazi
JAMES G-.HHJVW:
Joa> A. Wiuwif. Egq.. Dear Sir f Having . .
Wheat on land that was completely exhausted, it his gt
up »XA. .r*. « W0d. .K» ,1.1,1 «band.»',
again. andconUan* as long as it producesthe sj.
ii
Ii
■ :T ' U. »I 1
I
If ,t
Wii.jjrx
•.»v. Au
Jbo. A. Wil»o» —Be»p*ot#d Friend: llavi .
..ÄTwiik >«^».»0»;.« «'
u»e«l y
t Ir«
■I Bon«
pa '■
. Wii.
Ai'gii't'HSth.-lflM/* l.-*
K. C. STOT.SKNBU&ïrai
' Del-, Auiufit'X isrr. 1
•un i U»)oe lor t»r# y«*r* aw .
: Iv h'.I'Ii'» s'olnjiiy !**
A. Wilzo s—Sir : Having used your P»
Wheat, ami this last Hprteg in planting the flora,
on# of th« v«ry b«st foniliztre in use. ^ nur
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Mill Obizk Hundrk"
j nn A, WiLeo*. Esq . Dear Sir : I have ii-ed
vVheau Corn! Pout©«« and ali «indi of Vegetables,
h «et Fertilizer that I
WL»t it »Our.'t.
m. Sni •rtUftotlon. »od to oh.,rtiillr rer..
Su»»- A, » ton ir.»».r on ,rm,>»nditoxo
ouolnted with. ï»nrs troll,
ir
that
5 I
K*t.
VU(l«T.'Wf|.,nj Me
Ptlrrt GrmmJ Bn
that
2d.lt
be* i
y ho nccila Fer
ir'iiuoni *usrure tlinfl non nc
.IOHN R. Bi:INGHU-Kft'Iv
yr
h pi
I
I th
etd* any oth
Dei., Apuri^ulWi» _
• ■ ' : i
t ol a..very ho«
'ura liroupdRunev
K.Ü. PEHAIÄS*
Walnut. Gbcv
«• hasod "f y«'ii IV» K.
"jjassiw
li*d it on my whoat. I bav* uot threabud it .
Th* r«salts wer* v*nr aitisfaorory, indeed. I .
to b* as good an arti-la as tnere is in ihe i
N «•*•*»«» Yotfrs respociluliy.
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id j.
:
l'il.. Aiuntt 10» V; tot,'*
i „T
: in. There «i&*4iülytUPft
ftKissÿRïaw
J. X. BftOU N. f
I on. Di l./Anr. l«th
f John a. VVijsouVPure ....
if, The bitlnni-e of the field wa*
r fixait
Hr h I
ia
is
HeTlng tried your Ground Bone fov Wheat. Oal. nud U«
tr* I hed a good yield of wheat and a largeouanli
m** 1 For OeU it $«t*d well—eowed it hroad^iat
better for corn, if used In a proper manner. Broi
hUl. It he* given setisfeetion in every way
loi IVhe
xi hft i
i .
it
d<
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Truly i
Ne
Bloomfield Fai
we used, the Fall of 1B7.
half of a 35 nor* fieM of
n w# drilled about ljU If
Imin
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• H
This is to rartify that
bl. diff.r.oc. in th.crnp brtw«.n th.twh
and w. ». ot opinio* to*
nd
Ut

I
S
He
■I
d is a
Fertiliser. Wa u
iooreased bv j
tv.!
1 h
hesitation
with K«od
?*<H,nui*Dding ft Mai
resuit*, »nd W* hMlrfgFi
.1 it I:
vnago
•I (fUN 1 ÂIKUtilÇ'sON.
itcrap
re cell yoor attention for the crop* of th« coniit
tOi
TJRE GROUND J 30 NE,
manufactured of frmb bone* taken from the larg.« pa: I; in
Werterr. citie*. They
t ibiUhmcnl
t ffuy <!*jit
mied, «hielt
Ot the
her.- ib Wil
d «kipped
Manufactured In this way, ull tbe aiuuidli; i
ground, bugged
mington.
goodFertilizer.
We do not claim Hint
other, but
is- tbe only good l -i
the
tin; people
r, amt that
•boold use
the people are Tost findlug it mit, and will luv« it in v
commend Its use for Wheat, Corn, O.its, Potatoes, L
Cotton. Fruit, Berries, Ac.
We d*p«nd more oa iu action than what
fully belie
I*.- •
to liny i*ihr
at
» to any ot»i
den Veiretabl
V.
l'o hi cto,
__ Uj'siiy
We give above a few of tbe inauy recoinm«ml nions i
Bone I* held by tbo*« who I. u
»vrd by u^ slmahi^ teo high,'
JOHN A. WILSON. \
,«. ?*• rtoat and Wtoinstyi
—timatlon In which
Large tsdneemeuta offered to parties buying Tçn Tou I, >ts
Very respectfully,
WM- A • BACKHUS.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
AND DEALER IN
Hams, Gina. Fia, Salt k,
Third nrvd S*uth Sts.. Philad'a..
__N. B-—W« ar* now *«mag Sugar Cared
am» at Ullio. to th* trad«. Order« solicited
•cUfiwlin*
BROOMS, CHE1AP !
C ASH paid for Broom 'Corn ; Broom«
made up inth* beat style
a piec*. for i-arti*# who furnish iheir owt.
K ira. Broom material for sal*. AieoJ
rooms bv ib*dox*n. at th* lowen market!
»ri«*. at th* fhoiory,
N. W. COR. SECOND AND KINO STS..
Wilmington. Dol.
cct2S-2m*
GEORGE FINCli.fi
C^VT2.Iî,I^V«4|3jjÿ
. 1'I.U.iON.v
* ITS;l' CAURTACFES*'
ho Mr
j.laied uti
^ m
**• hOI'.'Seoon«! it Fronoh
1
* ' •
WUmimrt
.Halft
L»v
,ta n* butiJ.
At fh<:y uiinufactu
FiaST.f'I.iVHrt 'VOliJC
AND
I All Vvjrc cuirar.t
s ELL I f LthfXJF
> jiivetsttHM
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