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BDWARD RBYNO
; ïst
SATURDAY MURR IN 0, NOYIMURR J, lilt.
Democratic Nominations
0USTJ9 W. WRIGHT.
1SAAÇ GRUBB.
rou raatwix.
DANIEL B. WOODWARD.
VOX XXXATOX,
9 . VOULSON CHANDLER. Christiana.'
VOX XXPXKSXNTATITXS,
Bunjamio Fraito, Brandywine Hundred
Thwurux L. J. Beldwiu, Mill Creek, "
He*.« C. Biggs, Pcncader "
Albert O. Newton, Red Lion
Uriah 8. Wier. White City Creek ••
William 8. McCaulley, Wilmington "
ffiiahard Ferguson, Appoquioimink "
TOU t.BVV COfXT COMUISlIOXKHt,
Iaaae N. lodge, Brandywine Hundred.
Adolphus lluabanda, Chriatiana "
Gardner L. Jamiaon, New Caatle "
Joeeph W Cooeh, Pcncader
Thomas n Sharpe, Wllmiagton
4
The Election Nest Tuesday.
In approaching un election it behooves
story good eitisen lo reflect upon the im
port anno of, and consider woll the act
whieh be Is about to do. The ballot is
not tucraly the Instrument whereby a
show* his preference for a party favorite ;
R is the grest medium through which the
Antrlcan citizen manifeslx Lia views
and sentiments in regard to the goveru
jnent under which he livee, and the elect
its franchise should crer he exercised with
■(bit deliberation whieh attache» to matters
of io grast eonseqiience.
On Tuesday next the American people
will bo called upon, as iu times past, to
Make choice of a chief magistrate and uth
sr officials to esacule tha laws of the Uni
ted States, and to maintain the govern
ment. In Delaware, the additional duly
devolves upon her citixena of selecting
man to represent them in the formation of
man
their laws.
Men differ widely iu their views of the
qasstlnna and issues, both Slate and Nat
ional, whieh from time to time agitate the
•snalry. Ileone lbs formation of politi
es) party organizations with declarations
of the principles of government which they
maintain. Here, 'Itesc differences of opin
ion are represented in the " platforms "
«f the the two great parlies known as
Pemoerstic and Bepubliean. Uf their,
AVer; intelligent, reasoning man is pre
sumed to know which best represents his
A'iews of the great subjects.
For onroelvri we bava ever adhered to
»to Démocratie party and its principles of]
Jltste Bights Md Local Government. We
.are npposod to the principle (?) which xd
eww t m Xfao centralisation snd consolidation
of all supreme ssthorily in the bande of
.tho general government it Washington,
AtdeijrcU becomes the people of Dcla
jwsre who ore soivcrsally distinguished for
I hair lavs for their Bede Bute to deliberate
whether it would be safe to trust the gov
tramentof their State in the hands of men
who toss xUrafs c-vinced ■ treasonable
wUliogwaxa to surrender bar rights, snd
yield an signal submission of her authori
ty to tho United Blairs' government
Tbs recent conduct of certain leaders of
tlw Republican party in nailing in the aid
sf the Federal power to prosecute alleged
■»knees on the port of onr citizens, when
tho Uw» of onr State provide full and suf
leient remedy for every species of malfvai
- nass, is enough lo oauee every man who
baa-■ single particle of loro for Delaware
to bnaiuie to place farther power in the
kuda of snch men, who for the mere sake
of partisanship, and to make capital upon
whieh to secure votes to raiao themselves
Ibid power snd office, arraigned officers of
onr Stats before tho Bar of the Federal
to
of
to
do
Qovs f nmsat, thereby totally igaoriag and
*laa|Mif tha law* of their own State.
Rial confidence eon be pieced in such
rati as than ? Are thsy worthy depoait
, arias of tbs psopla's trust ? Can Dslawar
OUM oxpsst that man who thus manifest
* SHSb n palpable and total disvagsrd for the
fijgfiX of the Slate and stieb ■ want of ra
■Mt lather laws, wiD exsewta tbs 8ovar
A t
wMkurily in Ills ialsrssts of bar peo
. >t
* Iffifo il Ml am)owed with prophétie vis
.** raaaut sue into tbe fotnra, but
' of ovdinery wisdom füll psoAt by the
rimes ef the pwk. * Tie only fcf the
i-** port OM» we nnajndge «be fotnra. These
ft. /«•>• . ft syn b Mrann n fow years ago, inn
Its*.
vstOW
Oin nWrit poassasion of tha
St%» Statt, M fi«l SraRnta
(ho «Ml to tka milirnsy
MOwfin snnfialn, lo-finy, If
lltflMM
•ranlni».
fin
OmIt hands?
k am of mra.
tm
>.
it will not, caonot be under the govern
■eat of a part; who have shown them
■elves so utter); reckless of the means cm
plo;ed to got lute power, and «ho are on
drei; and bopcleesl; dependent upon the
negroes for whatever success the; meet
willl at the p< III. tf the vote were anal
ixad. It would be seen that of the ballots
cast b; the white men of Delaware, an
overwhelming nujorit; is in favor of tbo
Democratic party.
Men of Delaware, reflect npon these
things, and when ;en deposit ;our suf
frages in the ballot-box on Tue. day next,
give vour support to the Democratic party,
which advocates the constitutional rights,
and seeks to maintain the dignity of their
State, and the supremacy of their raoo.
The men on the Democratic ticket arc
good and true men, well i|ualifled to fill
the positions for which they have been
nominated, and the interests of your Stale,
of your race, and of yourselves will be se
cure in their hands.
last,
•o
ahe
tlie
for
J.
to
!
The Hmbaac Journal in a recent issue in*
dulgud in some unkind snd uncompli
mentary remarks about Fx-Gov Boss
and others wlm favor the Slraight-oul
movement. This wa* wholly uncalled for,
and contrary to sound policy, uuless the
.lonrmd d. ires to injure the prospects of
the Democratic party next week. The j
great dissiitisfuetion consequent upon the |
uouiination of Mr. Greeley at Baltimore, !
I I . « * i » I . i
has caused n pruat and much to be regret

ted apathy and indifference on th c P :,r « of
many Democrats, and it is greatly to he de- i
. • , ... h ', ... -
stred that conciliatory measures should be ]
used to prevent a disruption in tlie Domo- j
cratic, party of Delaware. Because men ,
differ in their opinions in regard to a can
... , ,, , , .. .. 1 ,
didata for l'resideut uf the I nited Mates.
that is no reason wl»jr, by the u*e of fierce .
anathemas and unjust remarks they should
. , ,
harsh feeling* to he engendered |
among Deinocra s iu Delaware, and hand
over thc sStatc t«> her mortal etnemic*. •
'
cause
"
as
his
to
of]
We
xd
of
for
men
snd
of
aid
when
suf
who
the
sake
upon
of
, Father,
death,
Mu. Kditoo—W ith your pariniftoion I
will occupy a *hort npov«* in your paper, , ^
to *rty a few words to the »truight-out i been
Democrat« ! t0c>(>
If there over was a time in the history j ■;•>«'•
of thi* glorioii country, the najlum of the
opproBRed of every nation, when cnlm
judgment and di»cretion was needed, it i* j h
when every riyrlit we hold dear 3 ecins ,
moct
sincere
Tranteri/d.
Tc tbe Straight-out Democrats.
E r the HMltun
now,
to be cudnugerffid. \Ye aro called
now to decide wh< thcr t»r nut w
Up'OI !
c will .
continue in power the present .idminin-1
tration In looking over it* record, wltal *ho
do we acc? More than seven yearn ago
the war cenacd, and the aouthern people | «i° n
accepted its remit f and deaired tu tnk<
tbidr former positions in thc I niou. The ] |ho
Adminiatration by it.* reconutruetion poll*
ey hau impoverished and ground them ! to
down to thc lowest depth* Many of our hour
southern brethren aro di*frnnehi*cd, and I
aome, from thc gentle youth to the hoary ««»"h
lie in Northern I'enitcn- I
hradt'd man,
tiarivs. Tlirir proporlv has diminished in I
value one-half, nnd thèir debt lias born ; *he
Local aclf-govern
augmented ten fold
menta havo been abolished. Over six
hundred millions of dollars are collected a*
taxes annually, ono-four»li of which goes
to thc tax gatherer* The writ of IuiIhii * j
rnrjiut has been suspended, nnd the pres
ml corrupt ami incunipctegl A<lmini*tra-,
tion ha* violated al! Iiw ullJ ail honor to, j)j
accomplish its end», nt,d to retain powor. | „f
Wc need not be/e . numerate its misdeeds, tbi,
for they arc well kuown to all.
The question I would pul to you. is, do ln
you want this state of affairs to continue? on
Are you satisfied with Grant and Grant
ism? I almost hear you say No ! Then
you aro willing to help unseat the men 'J'|,
now in power, and once more to have an
honest and liberal government, where nil n f,
ahull enjoy thc freedom that wa* bequeath- :
ed to ns by our forefathers j
How can you assist iu doing this ? Gcr- w
tainly not by aunporting O'Couor aud Ad- I bh
ntnt, beeause they have not a ghost of a w(
chance of success ; even if tbora were elec- ] ;q
tors nominated iu every ÜtaLc. I nless
there arc electors nominated, you cannot j
vote for President and Vice-President,
and as hut three nr four Stales have put p0
straight-out candidate* for electors in the
field, even if they should all bn elected f
their votes would count og nothing. How
utterly uuwiae it is, then, to vuto for
U'Couor electors. By so doing you
doubtly assist the re-election of Grant ; for
yon ouly divide thc Démocratie and Lib
eral vote in a few Hlstes, which moat as
suredly makes them curtain for Grant.
Horace Greeley is not my choice, am) 1
protested against hia nomination,
protests and yours were uukoeded, and he
received almost tho unanimous vote of onr
party in Convention assembled. The re
sult is toeoinpliahed and cannot be un
done. We are left to chooeo between
Grant on the ono hand, and Greeley on
the other. One or the other is certain to
bs President. Which do you choose,
GxMt, «he representative of dishonesty,
■orraptioa and usurpation ; or Greeley,
the representative of honesty, constitu
tional government, freedom of speocb end
net ion, reconciliation and amnoaty? Dém
ocrate your course ii plain. If yon are
tired of the preeent Administration, vote
Im Greeley and Brown. I cere not how
(ko reault I* «ooossplished, I wont the
praoanl kurde of office holden buried from
eoMr, aod 00 economical end constitu
tional administration of the sfaira of the
iovesameat. I support Greeley snd
Brown not ns Democrats themselves, or an
u Democrat myself ( for that nsrtv se n
Rational organisation la not in the field ;)
fort basante ■m tired of tho p rasant
■tots of things, tod by another (samt of
party I four that
liberty wQI he a thing of tbo
tOft. 4Wm, oo Teooday next,
MMt Groat tad GraaSom.
and
State.
such
the
ra
8ovar
a
peo
vis
but
the
the
These
inn
tha
SraRnta
milirnsy
If
lltflMM
•ranlni».
mra.
to tks
n
A Fonwnn «nuranr-Oor.
tm
New
Local and State Affaire.
Piiuu Ciiick Raiasa—On Saturday
last, a female of rather hard foaturoa ap
peared at the National Dank, and desired
•o have a ebeek certified which ehe said
ahe intended to send to Kentucky in pay
ment of taxea. Having first deposited
tlie requisite amount of money, she se
cured the services of the teller, who wrote
for her a check for §9.10, payable to R.
J. Williams. This she signed H. K.
Smith, aod the teller certified. On Wed
nesday last, the check eame back from the
Citixena' Bank of Middletown, Del. raised
to §90.16. The fair swindler talked very
fluent); of bonds in which she wished to
invest, and was particularly interested in
Northern Central Railroad Bonds. Hold
era of Northern Central would do well to
be careful how they accept even her cer
tified eliccks .—Cecil Democrat.
Mr.
of your
the
delivered
Hoch
entirely
then,
Sectarians
and
*• I
Church,
practical
the
been
Catholic
merest
ess
ing,
country
world
we
had
New
tremely
ment
we
Saint*
Dat. a w a hk City Itkms.—M r. William
C. Webb, of Port Penn, planted one po
tato of the peerless variety, which yielded
him one bushel of potatoes. They were
all of fine sixe, three of them be weighed,
which weighed five pounds.
The tableaux and supper given by the
! ladies of the fitst Presbyterian Church,
was quite asucoofs, the proceeds amount
ed to §150 above expenses.
On Monday lust, Sheriff Armstrong
sold the property of Captain J. 0. Craig,
consisting „f n horse and six acres of land,
to dames Craig, for §1,050.
Thursday evening last w&a celebrated
by "Young America" iu the usual style.
which
In
cally
ml
most
j p raI(k K „ ( g icJ al hi , rc ,i_
j J,. ne0 | n Smyrna, on Friday evening il'illt
| tilt, in the !l'dd year of his ago. Mr.
! Hand was well knawn in this community
i Ho win • voutiiz man of fine tuiciit* ; n
: . * .
lawyer by profession.
f I
Vary
of
"
fessor
i/o Ir
is n
try
i ...I* 111 * ' » ^*,IT " ** r° ^ !,3 |' W î» /> \
- ingate Matthews, living on L. R. locli
] rnn ..Heading" farm, sent to our
j „(T, cn three turnips which just take d
, anything in that iiuc we ever .aw
weighed respectively, !U Ü and lbs ,
aud measured JO inches around,
mi
riiey
On
1 B"
Ju*eph
t
.
Mium-ktown, Dklawahk —At a meet-J
, ing of tho Board uf 1 rustccs of the Forest
| , b u , rUn Churcll , | ie |J in ,| 10 | jCC , ure
Boom, on Monday, October 'JOlh, 1872,
• the following Prcnmhlo and HcBolutioti* |
' wore unauimouj'ly adopted :
Whereon it hnn plcancd our
, Father, to remove
death, our faithful ond energetic brother, j T j*
I rboinas Murphy, Kh| und
, ^ hcrean onr gh teemed brother. ( -
i been iiftsusiftied ui*h ibç J'unrd of * rit»- j (
! t0c>(> »iuco the organization of thc church.
j ■;•>«'• *•>" h's fidelity anil love for it* best
iutercit, h:»a endeared hiuiwelf to 11 « n* n
1 lurcfore, be it resolved that
i* j h the death of ogr Jlrotbcv. t he Hoard
, *i ,c c °ogcil aud experience of n
moct valuable member, mid the church o
sincere and libéral friend
Wheat
( .■
Heavenly J
from our lb»nrd bv : "
I Cl
I'
Turk
Spring
I'riiMi
!
. f till
Jhsulml, Hint while we acknowledge |
*ho hand of mi All « ise God, tn this dis- ,
penantion, yet we wouM l*«tw in Nuhmm-,
| «i° n to Hie Divine N\ ill
H-srlml, 1 hat wo hereby extend to
] |ho bereaved family of '" ,r 'j r «
heartfelt aympatuiea, und lOiiimemJ th m i
! to thc only Rourcc vf conaolatmii in the!
hour of affliction. !
I liisulml, riint a copy of the*»e /\e*olu-^
««»"h be entered on the Minute« of the
I Hoard, ond a copy be trammiitted to the
d, nod publiidied in
! r*
Writ*
fl*
Ti
in I family of ilia dr
; *he Middletown Trauscnpt aud Delà
Bepubliean.
Attest
ct
A
ware
six
a*
goes
* j
to, j)j rert
| „f >|iJ,||rlown, lieldat the banking-house,
tbi, ;>Kd day of Nov. 1872, the following
Preamble and Besolutions were unani
do ln „ u ,| y adopted, nnd ordered to bo placed t n
on ,b c Minutes of said Board:
Whereas it has pleated an All Wise
Providence, to remove from four uiidst.
men 'J'|, 0 , H a, >Jurpliey, one of the oldest muni -
an ),era of this hoard, we deeply feel hi* loss, t
nil n f, pr many years of usefulness in our
: board. Therefore,
j Jirrolrrd, That we deeply sympathise !■
Gcr- w j,|, |,j, bereaved futwly in this .irreparn- ] on
Ad- I bh- loss that has fallen upon them, and'
a w( , believe that the community has lost in
elec- ] ;q r Murphcy, one of it* most useful citi
nless
j
put p0 py
the bo published in tho Middletown
f ra0 , e rint
How *
for
you
for
Lib
as
1
he
onr
re
un
on
to
choose,
end
Dém
are
vote
how
the
from
the
snd
or an
se n
field ;)
rasant
of
that
tbo
next,
Andrew Ki.iaion,
Hriiident.
SiMl'A L PRSINOTON,
Secretory
At a rtgdlar WAtUiGg of tbe Hoard t*f
of Hit? Cilisena' Kiuiuaal JSank >
ora
Pit
zeiw.
If t sut ml, That the President of this
hoard tender to the bereaved family »
of those resolutions, and that the
Bt okw; it nr the Board
Items of News.
The atesmahip Missouri, Captain Green,
which loft Now York fur Havana sed Nas
sau on tho 17lh ins!., was burnt at aca in
a gate on tbo 22d, about twenty-five mile*
from Abaco. By a despatch received from
Nassau by the AJtlUEÜo Mail Line, jt ap
pears that only seven of the passengers and
five of thc crew were saved, and it is re
ported that over eighty lives were lost. Tbe
accounts of tha disaster thus far yosevied
are beart-repdipg.
The cholera has made its appearance at
M'oaford, Ireland, where one death oc
curred At Gnmbcnein, e town of Eastern
Prussia sixty-six miles southeast of Kön
igsberg, several Iktsl eases are reported ;
and ills also amid to he making verioaa
ravages at Hqda, in Hungary, srkere. opt
of ninety-four aosea, twenty-seven have
proved fatal.
The emigration from Germany to tbe
United Staten inoreaaes daily. Thous
ands of emigrants, including not only farm
hands, skilled laborers,and tradesmen, hut
people of tbe wealthier eloasAire constantly
arriving at Hamburg tn taka tha steamers
for New York.
The Radical Congreaaman at large elset
from South Carolina is Rav. R H Cain,
familiarly known ai "daddy Cain." an a
ni using old darky, who was originally a
•aid hind. His ed mention ie imparfeet
sad bis s hx ruu for not mush batter. "Dad
dy" will do tho banjo uad walk around
bu sinon in congress.
>br the MtdiHriorn Tranecripi.
New Caütlb County, Oel 29tl», 1872
Mr. Editor :—Will you do a large class
of your readers the favor of publishing
the following extract from the last lecture
delivered in New York by Mr Fronde?
Hoch statements, from surh a source, will
entirely remove the slime, which, now and
then, half-rdneated and badly informed
Sectarians east upon the Cnlbolie Church
and Clergy
*• I am not blind to the preposterous
short-comings of the Angin-Kstablishcd
Church, to its gland pretensions, to its
practical inefficiency I do not question
the enormous powfr for good which has
been exerted in Irelnnd by the modern
Catholic priests. In land is one of the
merest countries in Europe, yet. there i."
ess theft, b cs cheating, li sa house.break
ing, less robbery of all kinds than in any
country of the srmc sixe in the civilised
world In the wild district where I lived,
we slept with unlocked door» and open
windows, with ns much security us if ne
had been—I will not say in London or
New Yotk, for I should have been ex
tremely sorry to have tried the exp, ri
ment in either place. ( laughter. ) I cay
we might or would have been with the
Saint* in Paradise, for any danger to
exposed. ( Applause.)
eentury the Iricli were
f what is techni
In tin tort U
which wo were
In ilie sixteenth
notoriously regardl«.*« o
cally called morality.
ml yitint, at hast, impurity
most
bn
lui
ni
,i_
n
/ / I
/to.
ii lent or h in [n III lit f.
This ah
I this r.m />/
nth-fty uf charm'trr
f I ulynr rri
Vary awl
f's
-, I
to thr injl
of the Caiiioi. 1 ,' Ci.Kittn " ( Applause )
Mr. Fronde is universally regarded as \
" F.nglaiid's Great Historian," nud Pro- !
fessor llitcheoek rail* him "one of her
i/o Ir
rxrUrHr.,
!
manliest Scholars '
is n I'roteatant ; hut s„ high nhov
try as to be just nud lib. ml
Morn t ha it this, lu
,
logo
.1 l>
mi
.•lAKKIKI).
On TlmrF'hty mornir.i;. ihf **i <
1 B" 3, 111 Id • Joint J : 0 » til, D ! 1 Jh
Anftclinc, Uiiupliter *»f the lute
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;\ \i;> \: \:\i \\ am;i: I.t il ! IN«:
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p or Relit'
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mg Hie M. K. Put
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on eommlstinu soliciu.l.
Ju, "' '' "
Nuv. 2—if.
WILLIAM M. OOLD8BOROÜGH
Teacher of Music.
Will give U.«rons on lb- I'U
Organ.
ml
'.tl i:n
TKUMS
c huiirarnt Ii
Pit VJu:»rti-r 24 li't-
S t no j
In
12.1
./««•Ii
i hour
.ill j IT *4
I<i.n*i I
» Pipe Oi
ter.
20.00
I
4». I. 12- tf
W. H. WANSER,
Will lie in the niurkct to piinliaur all good
•nsuing sni/ton.
It* from 4 iiv tu «Dir. l ounig
K. T. KVAK.8.
d during the
'!
himt'fi
DR. H. C. REGISTER,
UKKTIST,
No. 007 "Wrilnut Street,
I'fllLADRU'UIA.
img —tf
GREAT NORTHERN
ash
SOUTHERN NURSERIES.
100,000 Prime Peach Trees.
lloek grown fruin UHlunil
• new
!
All Diidded «•
The ii Dove »lock eniDrncefi
Die vftricUcï dipt cannot Dc obtained clicwhcrv
lliift M niQD.
ll dffiiril
300,000 Applo Trees,
i'M
Standard nnd Dwarf, two nnd ihrec y
largely of early variety and Boutliarn winter ur
keeping apple». Fruit gronrvrf would do well to
turn their attention to the rullivation of eurlv
Apple«. The early varieties grow mid fruit well
anywhere *»o the I'euiniiila ; Dear young mid
commnud high price» iu the market. All w
plant peach orclmras bbwuld not fail to plant the
gjcoiuul with early apple.« ul 34 feet apart with
peaches Ik* tween, each way—37 apple and 113
poach tree« to the aero. Peach tree/* alone at 2<J
feet each way 10!» per acre. Before llie
tree« are one half done the tuple» ure iu prutitaDle
hearing; the apple« w*!l lust al»uiit to year«.
In 1871 f?heu t4»e llule'si Karly peuche« «old In
New York for from $1 50 to $3.00 twr craie the
early applet «old readily at «Mine time for $3 00
to 9$.0ft per crate ; the applo» producing three
lituaft a« inany crate« |iex acre u« the peuche«.
Wip'D the peaejh orchard ifi done and gone tlie
planter bailIhe ground occupied with a good und
E rofitahle orchard, which ia misfit cate* will out*
ve thft planter. I in*ve a large stock of stand*
ard and Dwarf Pean, Rirly Itichmond mid other
Cherric», Ooo«el*errie«, Currant«, Hcrstinc nnd
Other Ruiipherrie«, Blacklterrietih variety, Bfruw
bcrriift In variety. Conover« CoIIo««mI and Im
perial Atporagua, Kvergrt en and Deiidou« Tree«,
Shrubbery, Kote« etc , «uitulde for farm« und
yard«. Ceroetrie«, kc Hot*hou«c plant«—urn
furnish all kind« of tree« and plant« usually
found In any first cla«« eslnlilithment Orders
by mall will receive prompt attention—write for
catalogue Hiram Deal, E»q 1« my authoriard
ogMtftt Middletown, Del., «II order« loft with
him will receive prouvât te» tion.
Juno 1—
I".
I.
•WSSu.
HUIhKHN l.Ofi Al«».
WM. St. KenaaMI A C*.
tVe Invite nitrnliivj In W. M. Kennar.1 A (;o's
aiivrrll.rtnrni : deniers in Fancy end Mmirnlnir
tire«- floods finks, .-bawls. Trimmings, Kin
broideries. Imres. Itllilmns To- Kdglnes. H *f*
fling. Velvets. Kid O', .«es. ('„reels. Hosiery.
ImeiV. Children sand Men's t'o,l,r»enr : also a
lull end
floods. I
id M Ms I.
nistiing
Km n<li
I
I nmplcte »lock »if M«"
:irjM ta Oil • *1..ifi«. A

. • r 1
X Ksrt,
JflUlHIWT —Tl»r sloPr' litit l» ocru|.«td In Mis*
Kvtimfl I'not**. M«»w 8* m Mlddlelow n, Del , is
» under ilu* chnigf uf Mix« M K. Have, who
live* iiih-x. and will keep
Large stitil well Selected
f Hnr. i
-
ha* Jimi mrivi fl In
hand
'onslnhllt
dlotk «f'<
h»»h «h
,1« I" t
it,» „Hi
•O' tbe . .- !"•' lo
diallj h
DU
q
Varieties :Vt h Jsr*** imI Debt w.-re
rtu*
I'VACll TUKEN, fur sale i.v
w
K. T EV ANS.
Tl,e celet.ratcd POftl, <:K OS i'AN. the Iwst I
rlecnii.f all liait* ef iirirn,
v FT KVASS.
in Oi. »„rid f<
t or salt
Jintinr, *c—Wlfllst on n
||r, wt' look
Silver Ware.
business trip to Philadelphi
occasion to drop into tin* .1
re«e
flrv sitirf of our
ut I It Kisrhv si wet.
nod varied «I« ck of iilvcr w
fancy articles, which he R*ll« Rl
un. more so limn Ihr larger estai»*
doll
friend M. K. Dickson, 35$
Ile hau a large
Jewelry and
•afftomldc
libhmeiiia where you have I» pay a ft*
. If any of
of ilm
xir.i l„r tin
l„i tat
,luling " |,e|„
|titig tits t|iitsllon." it ltd tltiiireiin i-n,ngenK-itt
riiip, hi 1 recommend them lo pu to DicUmiI) ».
pel niiv kind, from a plain pt»ld
If any have
i.i iiff cuiuidirinp whai
I resent fo make them, let them p<> lo
and from hi* larpe a«ortment of
tide» they tan eaiily he suited
•adets arc
y uu ii per
here Jl
i»*nd* tin
I
dlv «lia
to the ci
I arc t«* I
kind uf
u
Ideas,
-, I siiitiit.
'
as \ J
! v
a Mi Di. taon will l-.ave i
store
lu, U of Jli.liilar g,tt„ls. „tel
irtliltiL- lit bis line
lu
! fe
rit tl ftiul li»r|î
til to pire him
!<1 do
ii.
: v
; V
lu
iful „rltnent !u all
l.a,li>3 Uilk Ties -a I
,1, I v
the »«•»' rhatlrs, just
I of
HANSON IlltO.
. . nil «linde«, I
,tl llANSII.N 111 : 0 .
,,'t foil -light /ephv
'
lh'.K!»m
1
1
ÂTÂI«
urn , b- l §i.i.r* , iu '
in
l/ulle." ml« nt
lurk of l»ic»s (
riolh.H, AI pi
nil of w Ii it'll
. hcluiiuv k
H'
Siukinj? Klnnnel*—in Min**«. St

1« Till i
Htnl I'lititl* .t l -1 » ii. .1 uni \\ Dio* K l:i
iAu^HK Itr.u.
•Ic* lit
K<
I 2 .V ?t.r», I
IIAN'SoN lilU»
8 . nt H » ct-. .?! 00.
km <;io
ilit* s'..* •• a:
!»• Merino
iiicheb, nl
rhiiiii
II ANSI IN ItltO
24 and 2(
-I..I
• -J**. r.O MM.I CO
I- I Ti' kimr
12* i:.,
ii*
HANSON It ltd.
I at
Turki 1. Toweling for «hild
I >' 01..
t»>
i \NfOK »>•«« »
lin» fu: Trii
II. S:
mi tif.
HANSON ItltO
III
Carriages !
e I
I .1 w
I-Of
\ IW., hnii- u
Imii'l. wliirh il
I rl
id
r.
Nl, A
pis
Ti e I! -telle K. I Hi
l.e* I
n>
lit-I 1
t|
\| ItK\ NDl.l'S
ii
l.utllnie
!
•Ingle.
«V «.f
N\ A S TK l* I» *
V
re.th l.-.i
It
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nud A
uni- «
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r., . -1
t» l . 1
AV I
1
j
S ,M K. N• i.. >
N. u T „ Ii»*iui
S M UKVfc'ul.liS'
i:n
Silk' DV
hi lot
no j
Nfi. L'o ). 7 itii-1 :: ilxtr.i Shore Mmkt
In DM. ati«1 twill »•»•!. at
•I.
12.1
S M !!i:VN«»I.H S.
I<i.n*i I
20.00
Iil.uk Kid Hluit >. «Ult lied with
$1 .no iU
hit.*, for
M. ,'fi.VNULL'S
I
Hustle?, at
8. -M I
< Dlrt»a und lku»-to
i
IIK\ NO I.I ».S'.
While Sugar f' ,r ' o.
it
good
sni/ton.
UKVNOlelKS*.
S. M.
•g.tr, fur imklifog
Pure (.'itli r Vit
S M. KKVNOUiS .
nly |*!:iff to gft tlif Kittidlf Kid ft^ovc
'I
in Middleton
, i/i at
fur $1
S. M. KFY.NitI.lDS .
d
A large na^orltuetit of Trii*«**, Bruces
lor sale «
*1 properly fitted I
pi-.'
Supporte
sieiiiu. at
ClIAMHKItLAIM. S I»H* ti STOHK.
Kj ijwitk nr leiMK.—I'sed to nrrex fcmirntii»
tion iu rider, tilitl thus to preserve it« sparkling
propprlifS without imparting un.v foreign odor
tit I i»te, at < Jl.v MMKKI.AINK'K
PlllWAMUC) .
Trees.
!
clicwhcrv
Foil 8 ai.r.— A good pound nnd gentle MAilK,
iglit yearn old. Apply lo
dffiiril
JAMFeS OOleLINsS:

ting
Register's Order.
tfttc
in
New
or
to
ItFeOl.STEirS OFFICE,
Camti.k CougTV, Octolwr 19th, 1872.
tho iijmli
tniuifilriMor of Joli
gen llitidrcd in «nid County
|•r•lu(a•i miuI directed hy the Kegi-ter that th*
Administrator aforesaid, give notice of the gran*
ting of letters of AdiuiuiM.nitjon upon thc Es
tate of the deceased, with Ihe date of grantine
thereof, by t*mi«iug advertlftements to t*e posted
within forty day» from the date of mich Letter«,
in six of the moflt public iiDicc« of the Ct,
of New Ci»»tlc re/|uiring all |ier«on« linvlng d«**
nmuil« ag'iinpl thc Estate, to prex-nl the same,
or itldde by au Act of Assembly in h case
iinide end provided And hIso eau«" (lie «miiic
to be inserted within the same period in the
Middletonn Transcript, a newspaper putdisl.ed in
Middletown, and to be continued therein two
months
Ni
irntioo of Hmnuel Begurs Ad*
m K. Sugar», lute of Nt. Ueor
deceuied : it is
! >
in
III
tit.
in
--- (liven under tlie land tnd Seal of
< i. s > « »Wtr of »he KrtriuiT *»r * id ut New
' ' Caatle. In New Cas tie ''ouutv tfores id
the day and year above w»D«r
it (iill'N Itt' ren
NOTICE.— All |wrsons having clai««*« a « t
ih** Kitiitv of th« i* « -d miiNi • *•* e
same duly Htt»sted <• Administ or on «r
l*forv I»etolier I9«h, IH*3. «»r . l id* the Art pf
bly in such ca»e made and i rovided
«AMD; L XKU MIS. A-lmr
Address—MoDouough, Loi.
A
nav. s—fits.
W. H. Moore
{
j
& COMP ANY.
- MIDDLETOWN, DEL
Have received a very largo and
•oil selected Stock of Goods,
consisting in part of
DU V HOODS',
MOTIONS,
HATS AMD t'AI'S,
llooTS AMD SHOTS,
]TQODEX -t H7/.L0 IP- WAKE, ;
q teems- ir.; >u:,
IIADD- WAKE.
(I IK It Elll ES,
w
I
I
i;
J'UOVISIOMS ,(r
SPECIALTY.
A ln I uv » ml Leniitiful Stock of i
: v . ,, , 1,1
; V lunna ilrochc Minxvls nt n Ir
price tli.tti tlio
cost of importa- !
, 1 1 •
linmlhoiuc lmp i ,
I of Btrippd Silk nmi woolen Slmwls.
|,1 , a ox .
!
]
i
;
CLOTHh. CASSIMERES.
A Iso, a vert
I (Jon
11 ° r win be
iu ' t,,(Mno l v l«»' v prices.
Ml
Till i
'
»F
A I.AUHi: ASSORTMi NT
I
AND CO AT! N(iS
CO
A I.Mt V 11 K A \ \ T l'«M
nl
ItEADV MADE ( I.i »Till Mi
iMlhm; rail uimI examine
e I

ni«>! n iT r
mir
1st.|D
lit-I 1
BOOK i
A ( » KNTS
ft
1
iiu
C+REAT INDUSTRIES
of ii if: rxm-:i' states :
il*l {
1 SD IITST« »Hl« Al.MMMAin nT THK < *1:1« ! IN.
j rintW Tl! AND ITHl'Kp.'Tlo.V *»!* THE t HIM'
IMH Slid VI. .Mila **l I IMS
I :;«»*» HALLS ai.<l :«i*n LN(! lî A \ I N( i>
M rlltrn li> *20 K
i»t N 115 V
' nltiisi s. Im ItiilliiR
«HI. !>•.: L vi* n»W v«D Hull i. ini*
Jut I« IYHIN r.rt.l I HWI.N II.U !.. Ih'iun:
(.itru.KY t*iit i.iI* iîiim. rv. .u.iiFur huh
DANE. • II I'KCKIXR, I t I *.
lit IfiUiitrv tftiil linin'
Jt'll!
•I.
rk i
TI. -
S.
« In f ul indu.-ti t, j

t..
l-di
•l;
*! a; ti
for
d
ih.
m*
■ I
1 1
rk ul inf*.
mi »nl.jet
I'UDlir.
gi'll.Titl i
ultj.Itd
d !.. ID
V °i'D'
;t
r ii.« M.
M a;
t r. M* > !i.»nif, Kurint r, .^i
llg to Doll» old und voting M all rin«
II ,.arl*ot uh .ou,;,"';, 'nu
of -$.1 Mi u,id iu il..
Mdd ».v «iiswriot Kn
111 ,, „ ,„|,v \vè I
rv loan ,,t U.c I mi.d .x.aics. and
f .il i„ ,i„ „,, 1 . ,i,i,
• IH cr, W* g vc mr a«»t. the
V f,r Û
**
i !
».S'.
:
M-S. Till* I
ing lurgf stiles i
•k is M»ld Di u grill.«
uffm-.i at list* low |»rifp
i-ly.*'i|M a Rt I ouk t i
failli« v sliuttld Df
.
Agents
t» Agi-nt
Mir liTIIIS
ft^ovc
tritt
um
.
•old i:t:t
two Sit
•pips in eight »I«
•Hi
kü. i »nr ngfut in I
out* w« « k. Spi t Uit-us of the
on receipt of stump,
iigfiil« i(d*iri'»fi thf piiDlinherfi.
r il*»id sold :tD7 ill
tiik sent tu Rgfiits
ra and terms to
d
For t irciiDi
pi-.'
J- II. Ill HUM II MIT. Hurl f»r«l, I mm.,
C lilt «KO, 111.,
i leirlminit, Uhl«».
fcmirntii»
odor
(Vi 19—3m.
T
|H-r
»ill
Register's Order.
DKCIHTKR'H OF'FICR,
IV .New't'aslIcCoualy.Oclotwr 15th, I87Î.
Ilevereux, Ad
•reux, late of Sailli
F;iob I lie application of Klir
ininifitrnlrix uf Jhukh I»«
Ocorgc» Hundred, iu fluid County, deci'iimd ; it
i» ordered und directed Dy tlie Kegiater tlint the
Adminfolriitrix nfunTHid. give notier or the grun
ting of Leiten« of Adiniuifitruli
pon tbe Kfi
tfttc of the deiciificil, with the dale of granting
thereof, hy cauning advertisement« to tie ponied
within forty day» from the dale of inch letters,
in nix of the mo*«t public place* «f the County of
New Cattle, requiring all |KTfi»iifi having de
inandfi uguinfit the Kfitiile, to prci<ent the «aine,
or abide by mi Act of A««cuiDly in mich case
made and provided,
to Im* inserted within the
Middleton
And ulfio cause tbe saine
» |KTiod in the
Transcript, a newspaper published
in Middletown, mid to be continued therein two
month».
nml
i*
Rfo Circa ond'-r the Iihii-I uad Sent or Ofllrc
tP" r ■!" Itcyi.ivr oforcMi , nl Nrw ('.ill,.,
• ew Castle count» aforesaid, the day and year
vc written. It. lillllUS, [Ugiilcr.
III
NtiTtCl:
tit. Kalate t*t !lu *111
\M pe
\< having cluiiiis agiiinst
•d mut»l present the same,
duly altes ed. to the Administratrix.oo or la-forc
Oi-tutor I foil, 1873. or aldde the Act of Assembly
in /-u« h cast iiiitdt und pruvidetl
KLIZA DKVKRKVX. Admr'x.
Addrtfs Ml. PleHMiut. Del.
Dei. M»—.'to*.
WANTFD
N(»KR * F OXEN nit'ditim »If', |q ox
rheage *«»r a g pi Hug«?. »hiflliig Hip, and
good llarpesi, «»r a w inmI farm hor»e. Any dif
fVreucv pal(| in rash Address
WII. II REYNOLDS,
830 Weat street, Wilmingtoc, Del
Oct. H—2w. *. , •
\
NKW FALL
Aim
WINTER STOCKÉ
to bo sold it
low Prices" for Cash.
DRESS GOODS M MOTIOM,
cloxHs de CABia ttiima
kerseys and BATINurm
blankets AND coverlids,
MENS' AND BOYS*
READ!
RUFFALO ROBES and FURS,
•Just received
HATS AND CArS-HOilSI COTRES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ol-'NS AND PISTOLS,
Tubes, (î un Wadi, Ou» Cft
Flunks Shut Uap», Onme Hupt rmI
usually kepi in r country store.
All |H*rtoni are politely rrcMti
us a call ctml cumiM our stock
8. R 8TKPIIKN8 k CO.
Middletown, Del
Powdirr
i;
saJ
tod to
.
pricrs
Oct. 2«— tf.
SEE! SEE!!
i heavy hoots from * 2.50 w I)m 4.
El ME " " U» " -
(, /•:.Vt /.V A' KID (H O VAS, SO ct*. to PI JR.
! m o.i/a.v.a" a.xd <'HH.dkskit suo JR <i
tilt.WAS AMO THICKS,
i , U)lliS . /JKRts
r.iittiA vakiett or cassimkkks,
1.0X1,' A.XD SQUARE SHAWLS,
! /(ÄOII.V A ED III. HA CHAD MVSU.X,,
Wool. AXD COTTOX ELANS'ELK,
] 000 D I MIRAIS CAME ET, SO (• SI tU
i HOOD IIEMr CARPET, M /« ,1tJ et,.
WIDTH A.XD IIKAT HI.ASSETS,
At/' ROIITS ASD HO HSR BL AS EATS,
I Allt.'E ARCHED I.OOEISU in.AMSRS
; IXSERTISU ASD AOdISO.
U1:A1)Y made CLOTHING,,
HATS AND CAPS.
ALL KIND.» OF
(i ItOCKHIES.
Y I LI. LINK at
Notions, Hardware aud Queeuiware N
'
"tf- A- good n *Sr«inB Hftchint a« hi ikw
• Ii hrlow thr u*uffil prier ; tirrr on*-.
*1 fur file «rar«, for SrIb r§ 4 to llfr
m» l.ii rrul di*eoun( for c«fh.
ti W. W. N A l* DA lit.
I.
« » l ID -If
• SPECIAL NOTICE TO I#ADIE8I
M Its JnllN IttTII A KAN, M. D., )»rofm»or
uf Viim ifrry, driulf« «pFiial Ritrution tu thr
ni I me f. I uf uf
WO.MKN AND CÜILDRKN.
.10 leur» lu «n iiv« prat tie* ffin4>
•*» cade« of Ihtfitsr, (wcultar I»
and ffnerRlI/ rm
•di-red oiruriilEe rostt. and ywranlesS a raft and
Iler INKAI.IULK GObHKK P!l*ls8, for
/rm.'uhiritirs. t un l*t> proeiiiwd r( lirf uflrf, or
"' i" 1 .' mail. ou per Im»x. I*Rdi«t afBietod^
I please mil upuit. or udtlrrn»
Mh« J ItfrilANAN, M. D.,
nrne*« Privat«~5U IMNK*St. Phi!., Pa.
•j a ii. to D r. a.
Clip this out l'or futur* r* fer met.
let. ID. IN
i
She Ims I*.'
w.
ill
•II* ii* thjfieult en
1
•r
IN.
i>
-Ir.
FOR RENT.
! A
r.
vcniMitly local«.I II U l' 8 K
I -Mm in fitrert, Hr? lug all the
|>rrtttining to r hoosa
i )'• '* ' ill» g Ollnr, garden, w«ier at
I he door, At*. Knit rfRiounhle.
A|»|*lr to
IM ID—tf.
A
«•t.itnc
ti
Maa. R. L. UTAH.
LIBERTY!
,
1 r p i 'KTf 0 7'N<) 1 ,STAUJO»UBlRTT..I , rt
1 K' »Hrdrh ». Haroblelonlao, ftoBihy A«tr
" u " *»«• dam ».v lit»rngry Dofif, will
I •:">*" » foil season In Middletown Dvl. atfso.oa,
U<l ., d " c on d '"'* nd ' " d W» "« payakle
; »'Iicii tlu mare nrovci to lie with lbs. This
' *' m '" rl - v » fltl1 bro ' h « *• bleed Z
Û 1 *» d <>'h« «richrttlcs. II. hee
w«e. ( 1.N4 bunds ) stylr, hone, and rotor. ( dark
Du t ) To thoor wiio drsirr lo br«od good «fork
I offer this most IrsIiîuiirDIv br«d liorsr.
IM. 12—31.
ill
to
W. (iREKN.
ULATCHLEY'8
Improved Cucumber Wood Ptyr ;
T ASTEI.ESS, Darahlc, r.flltlcat and Cheap.
The li«t 1'unip for thv least rnonsv. At
trntion is rs|H-cinlly Invited Iu Hlatchlvjfif Paint
Itnnrorcd llrurkn nod New Drop (hack Valve?
which ran lie withdrawn without MaMsi tké
I'linip or dislurt.ing the Jointe.
|H-r LTiauilier, which never cracha fir
»ill outlast any other. Pdr nié -I
everywhere. Send foe (kun* ._1
t n AH. fl. HbAfiitlHI.br? BTr.
908 t'amiuercs St. PfoMo.« P»
Ad
it
the
List.
Kfi
of
de
case
Oct. 12—ly
EARLY BEATRICE PSApp,
Ripens two weekt in «dTuoeot
HALE'S
the
two
nml his bvrn grown In this coaatvr skit bv
Hanuirl O. Hiljrn, or I.IttkIM, H. C. MMt
i* or l*«-a,itlful rotor, finr fl.rof, and StanA shtw.
plait hvltrr than saj- earlr variety.
Thr sahtcrihrr lmring tb* SON rwitnl« 0«
rmlrr atork or llnurkw Tram avawa by
llilvrn, oflF-ra llii-m to tliv Pasch OrewvfH it
I'.-niit.uIn at Fiftr I'nllar* »or kaafiMfi Sq ''
llumlrrit anil Flftjr Pollan par TbaaSOat
Addrva*,
year
k. nip
FUS VIUHM8,
i C h lW Silu wa, Ifi.
r . t s rt i ' W
to pootwuttmi
SuSnS;
Oct. 12—St.
NOfïÇff
ox
and
dif
r . 0.
KÄ.rsäsr;'sÄ?
Hai an_ «moi
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