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ROW AED REYNOLDS, Rmroa.
SATURDAY MORS I Nil, NOVEMBER 9, 1811.
The Election.
The great political battle of 1872 haa
been fought ; and although the »moke haa
not altogether cleared away, yet it is suf
ficiently clear to »no thnt Horace Greeley
ha* been rejected, and Gen. Grant chosen
•a President for another term of four year».
ThU re.ult we predicted at the outset of
the campaign. We were satisfied (list
Democrats could never be induced to rote
for the life-long vitliRcr of them and their
party, aud time has shown that we were
right.
The returns bear us out, also, in anoth
er nssertinn which wo have (fficn made:
that where there was one Republican who
would vote for (Jreeley, there would be
five Democrat* who would not vote for
him. Hy a comparison of tlie vote of '70
and *71. it will be seen that the Kepubli
c n and Democratic parties were nearly
equal in numbers. The strength of the
Liberal Republican« was said to be BOO,
000, which, taken from the Graut party
nnd added to the Democratic vote, would
hive given Greeley u majority of half u
million. Dut what
rrery Hute, notwithstanding the Liberal
Republican vote from which so much was
expected, Greeley ha« not polled anything
like the regular Democratic strength.
The Démocratie party has been defeat
ed by the adoption of a mistaken policy,
lind regular Democratic nominees been
put up for the suffrages of the people, vie- !
tory to day would have crowned our ban- '
Nor can the Greeley-Democrats at
.tribute their defeat to the Straight-out of
movt nient,
,
bn
000
by
the
the fact»*? In
tier«.
a:nl coat tho blamo upon it» (>*
pnpportcr«. They were in no way respon
aiblo. When the party went without its
ranks to seek leaders, rspocially when we
had better aud more able men in it than
Greeley, the Dominations were not bind- j
ing. The Straight-out Democrat« did not
get up their judgment against the party, j
ewcept in the mutter of cboico between n
Kcpublican «lid a Democrat They
not sny wlio rltuuM 1* nnminntcd, but
.simply .l. uisn'lt-.t tl.at l>cin<n > rals be put tu
tint fisl.1. The coiitf*t of Tuesday »bows
thnt Democrat* cinnut be made to follow
their would-be lesib-rs wherever they tuny
dictate, slid si.
that is creditable to the American people.
It ha* taught the leader* how utterly mis
taken was th. ir policy in going out of
their party for candidates, and will let
a* * warning fur all lime to come.
We rc it n«it so acrious a mailer the rc
,
did i
;
I
independent »pint
1
'
^
gull of the election, after all the boastings
of the G red g y JuunmU about the ' Tidul
Wavo," and tint " Uefortn whiilwind,"
would lie ridiculous in the extreme. In
stead of the great strength that was to
bo brought from the support of Grant to
the aid of tho opposition, we see States
crtUeh iu lHBH gave Seymour A majority
pow doitag the sauio thing for Grant, and
State# that gave Kcpublican majorities
then, giving immensely increased ma
jorities for the »auto party now, which
constrains us tu uskj irburc sxc tbc Lib
erals ?
itelow wc p. ve the result as far a« poa
aiiUle
Matue g«u8fo1i«l f«»r tin? Kcpublicnus by
A majority <>f »bout S0.UU0.
New llampaliire give« (irant 0,000.
Yeriiiunt give« htm SU, 000.
MuasachuM'ttH u*rjr properly elect« the
whole Katiieal ticket by 70.000.
In Khuilu lalan*] Grant» inojority ia
8,338
Couufctirut 3m-« not deaort liur New
Kiigiaud »later*. »n<i give» Hiram ITynae«
a majority uf -1,501).
Naw lurk repudiate» tier pliiiorpher by
average majority of Dearly 50,000.
Oaaeral Dix i» elected Uorernor by about
40,000 majority. Kbe al»u elect* 23 lie
publican CiUigreMUien, a gain to that
party of aevcu members of Congre»» from
that Slate.
Naw Jersey thaw» her appreciation of
Ilia Liberal uiovriueut by giviug Uraut a
majority of about 7.000. aud by electing
S Republican* out of her 7 Cungreaamcu.
In Pennsylvania noarly all voted for
Oraut. Hi* majority wai the largest ever
given for any Presidential candidate, he
tag about 100,000
Delaware, fur the first time in her life
Ik"- Mae Radical, aad clceta a Cougreaauian
Sr tlmt faith.
Maryland haa managed to give old Ilor
■M • majority, but electa two lladieal
Onngreaamen. Urceloy'ji plurality ia 8,
J7S. Saywonr'» waa 81,819
Vlrgiaia. where Liberalism waa inven
ted, 1« vary (*<iso, but Grant has doubtless
• majority The ttaaiocrata elec» six Cun
greaamia The RepaWianna three.
Want Virginia i* in doubt. She ahowa
Mty Hapubiican gaina, and it 4a likely
atrtiaa tha fhata.
' .c
o
givea Grant 18,000.
RapubUaan by 40,000.
Desaoeratie and
, and giraa
. Bio.haa, Demo
rls a ta d Govern or, but
th# Stato.
ta CowgraM ia th*
^»22L'
I<oui»iana elect» the entire Liberal tick
by about 9,000.
Teta* is probably Demociatio.
Arkanaea goes for Greeley by 3,000
and electa a Liberal Governor.
Miaaouri givea Greeley 15,000.
Kentucky, of courso * Democratic
throughout, but rather »lint this time.
Tennessee gitca Greeley 30,000, hut
the Congressional ticket is awfully mil cd
" Andy" Jobuaon is elected to stay at
home.
Ohio giro* Grant 35,000.
Illinois gives Grant 35,000 and elects
seven Hcputdican and, jtrobably, live
Democratic Congressmen
Indiana, which was claimed as certain
for Greeley, "went back on him" by a
majority for Grant of 33,000
Iowa of course is ltepubljcau by 00,000.
Michigan likewise, by 20,000.
Wisconsin goes for Grant by 15,000,
and elects seven Republicans und two
Democrats to Congress.
Minnesota givea L'lyssei 18,000, and
all Republican Congressmen.
Kansas gives Grant about 30,000.
In Nebraska he has a majority of 10,
but the State
It in
the
ett
craU.
tion
There
polled
torn
for
torn!
way,
trn
view
! pated the electing of the Republican elec- -:
' tors in Delaware, it never for n moment
entered oar thoughts thnt jtlie Democrat* u
of Delaware would so far forget their du
I
ing
in
hands
L
they
strep«
»
gnioi evcrywltorc. Tito Democrat» will
, , J . • . 1. 1 . t
bn much weaker in bib Houses of
Cottgrc»* titan heretofore. This is <he |
good that the Liberal Refo nt •• anything- ! tit«
to-beat-Grant" ntovciueJ bat. done for
1
000 .
Neva«!« given liitn 1,000,
ticket is a little doubtful.
Oregon is rather close. Grant has
probably a majority of l,OP0.
Cnliforn a repudiates " Ltielo Horace*
by giving 0,200 imijority fur Grant.
The result shows immense Kcpublican
his
lege
dleto
front
the Democratic party.
The ( »'Conor vote did not amount to 1
anything, not enough to mi ntioo.
I*
pi.
j the
lion
The Loss in Delaware.
Although wo froijucotly predicted nnd I (
confidently expected the defeat of Horace
(jreeley for Preaideut, anil fully nut ici
(>* (° their State* ami to tin niselvcp,
allow, by their imlifforemel, the ltepubli- ,
cans to elect their candidate for CoDgrena
Again«! Mr. Loflnm) :»» an individu il we
have not a word to «ay. li»ut as our only
j Congressman he dots not represent tV
political opinions of the pi- ple of Delà- i i ?
j ware, lie does, wc presume, represent
the prejudices of those wlH voted for him.
n* to
, „
i and ai many Democrats refused to vote.
t ie law of the !
he has bceu legally (
United State« uow is) elected.
There was do nccei«ity mr this
and had Democrat« done tllcir duty.
th.»
result. *•
Mr .
•lit a - '
; Wright would have been our lteprei
I live to the U. S. Cungrc?s for the next
two year«
The election of the Republient!
can scarcely bo termed
Minj.ly a manifestation of Itbc utter dis
gust felt by tho Democrats for the "New
Departure" doctrines uf the llallimoro sud -
Cincinnati Conventions. Tlie real strength
of the vote in the Stale is tin tho side ol s
tho Democrats, an.
the nbsurd actiou of ... _
tiunal CouventioD, tho lUnuhlicatts have
been allowed to elect tkt.fi r tickets this
the leaders of that pifrty would act
very far from wisely to |il
down ns ft Republican Stalk
We regret to sny that litany gentlemen,
of the Democratic persuasion, in this
town and vicinity, so.jc living within n
few steps, nnd others wiihju t. short dis- j
tanne of tho polls, refuted to go tu the i
We accord to! cveryonn the I
privilege of thinking and tfeliug fur them
1 selves, but it does seem toj us-that those
' gentlemen would lie much better satisfied
with themselves, if they had contributed
their aid to the support ).f their party's
ticket oo Tuesday. »Vo ektt scarcely be
ticket
it was >'
a victory,
1 nit hough, through
the Democratic No
»CO Dolanart I
once,
electiou.
ia
Hofe they can look back without re
gret upon their conduct on that day. Had
of
a
they «clod with their frieijd*, the result .
would <1 oublie«« have bt*uu very different '
I
from what it ia, ntid we wduhi uot now be
idled to record Hio defent of the |
comp
Democratic State ticket foi! the first tiuu*
since 18(50.
In New Castle county, tpo, the Repub
lican# have boon allowed t<t> elect their en
tiro ticket, thus obtaining five members
of the lorvy Court, auJ slniul.1 they suc
ceed two yesrs hence iri carrying this
county, they will have entire coutrol of
, the Dcnioc
that body. To provent tbl#
r*cy w411 bavo to beg»iu no
w to prepare
for tho important con«eat of 1874.
In the Stato Grant haa a majnrity of
1,280. The Republican Sheriff, Lewi*
Armstrong, is clotted ia thia county, and
tha Republican Legislative and Levy
Court ticket baa an average majority of
between 700 and 800.
Mr. Lolland carries ïïca Castle county
by 877 majority, and haa a majority in
the State of about 280.
Tha Democrats elected their county
ticket» in Kent and flussex. tho former by
n majority of about 500, the latter 150.
-Tba Damoarata will that hive control of
Many complaint» have
etnfiy of irrcgwlarity in
Tmnacript.
coma to us re
raeciviog the
but
* u
to thfai wo world any do oar
th*
all pot op and
friands that tha paper« are
oaraMly addrwoed to oar
if miatskaa aaoor, they oiear «Ucwbcre
than hare.
Local and State Affair«.
The
the
uniting,
graph,
election
•tuidal
generous
friends,
iributed.
The Klerflon tu Niddletovea.
The Election
uiet*
Tuesday |mM«d off rtrr a'
in Middletown, being on|»cci«lly marked
the nliNiioi of ult excitement. V«*ry little Inter
ett was uiuulfwtcd, parti* ulurly by the Demo*
craU. N«ny turn who usually toted that ticket
refusing to go to the polls ut u1l, tiw natural
cotivequtncc of the ridiculously aLnurd nomina
tion made by th<yLiltitn»n.* Convention In July.
There wrre a f^Rit many Drmmratic tirkrta
polled with thr names of Gretlcy and Itrown
torn off. Persons who did not intend to rot®
for the Baltimore nomine«*, thus voted thr Klee
torn! ticket contrary to their wishrt. In this
way, Mr. Greeley got many more votra than
trn intruded for him.
the windows of our office
view of thr polls nnd thr surroundings. Noth
the dark in*
for
rived
All
Stable
Messrs.
The
nutting
It. It.
the
It
nolds,
out
ou
hold
course
its.
The
-: tl '«• m
j,. ,
u » t •< i.
\\
had a fair
I
ing occurred of special interest,
appeared to cniny the day if the white« didn't
Having gone through the proecss of depositing
in the hallot-hnx, the tickets placed in their
hands by their Uadhal allies, about whUb they
much ns
• Th*- «lull ox who plow, th
rh> lit U to Any .» *la»c
Uud,"
L
od."
UlKfftsW r.«ypt's
know*
«1 look their
•<i fashion : —
they retired to their "corner '
holiday in their
iiionI npp
•piling, dancing, drinking, loud
One big «lark became too ob
for bis companions, nnd they un cere- and
iously pitch« «I him into a wagon and car-!
w llaintowii, where they left hiiu to
n» j«ct of the great prive
lUlltlll,
raring,
strep« r
Mr.
( l'.
!
! streets.
_ ,;ii |„ Ml,! !
*!»,<• split! U U'lpr« y. men ». *1.1 «live n Mid : lmvc
M, 1 I. n'n g t..n Its» I'"«"™* !
r ' 1 " ,
, ' , ul j' *, 'K " 11 1 l,nno
» i-k* . .'•-.I lor « .... If.
Vor','.','.'' i* '■ " -'P.'wt' us i7r.. » t be Kid«- ! V f
. uruumi ii t.i 'J *« 1 . .
<o|.al I Intrelt. 11., ••• ui,|.r.,....... i.t- ar. ""' I.
PuimhJiV"ao' tmm. Kor
tit«- »vs-.-n.tft.-t--»...» >■' 11
J"';«",,.' . o'.'tv V. ol the baA. t f ltr «iih
1 • ' , , , s . I canal,
r '. 1,1 ' '! U*et
'ooreafle i ' t'it e u" u ""Ï «eàt f,.«bi..tt, Urn. i ,hi
to fi, I* tltelr ». ltolar«,tvttite I
•llrcliul
his
M
lege of hi
nu.
1 »«prove
dleto
bricks, préparât
1 hi
front
s in the 1." ti
I*
pi.
tl. * tom!
train
It.
he n
proper poi
the pe
lion r.
lug servi
Wed ms
Mr. S. B SU-i
huild
ha ving I«
».
it* npi
Idlrtg
I (
stre« t. und M» . \Sliitl
Middle
I i ng built
.n Lake
heard
x Mr.
And
>ti street.
•f ted
ecentlj
h.
.rge W. In. r
I the |..t il
et. Tin
»rke«l up
d.
tl il
t ibis i* I »ant
ÿclî
.11 the building in
dc as it may
D i ru
!
added
»vive!
roof 1
It t ... t r Hi i: :■ ».
\\
Mr*. Il M h'
The
eagle
I I
, ,
^ r<lUlXl
. , .
i i ?
the II.
Th»
Ml h.
.f relatif.
• il
i.t do
ill be
1*
I High
iiubitultle 1'iri
mr Topic*.
.Mil
t
ich heg
h ..fllii. I'j
M«'th«.di.-t
ill
ill
out
it.s*ed,
Tkcrt
the altar,
i.d
1 1 y
uf
q«ii
her. Ill»
. f ». t
' Tl ,' in
i « rl or to 1 " r,
1 line
G.
dn
: I
Th* 1 » ' I*
j* .
! lMnl I .' 1 . 1 1
.. id f
ilu* year is tar
ih.
up I
! ;
th.»
week t.. Dr
Im* sold tlii
v \V 1 1
rg
' f.
of John N
*•
.
'
M
ink H I I'( !
. i in App
' \i:i
Ml l*ll town Building
Thur»«i.iv e
d th
\
1 I.«».
Am
Mis
i ; »old at 1
P
1
II! i: «ly free of debt:
levy thi
ll! her t
I the Oil 1
•:»r
plea
-
s |*
tt lt , .
onOJ
j .„mm.
i | T , M 'iv,i „'ii, ,,t..
I Tlio.,.'lurj.ti.-v. .1..
' f^',V ' „"„''tlwf •
s, :-i- «1- .-■■1
■ t r. .1 il.. 11.
>'
»red froi
this
Jtdio has r
-ho <?- I
Wil).rr ! T'.nti
th«* st«
tr Mr Tunnrll |
mt to NafMti j
l-;t. I!i »»us. a
. ! diid #»it!i tl.«- vellnw i
tlmt i-laml in th« : up
Del
I il«' i » Id).
«D.
b. W
let
, I
id
r ltii
f.
In
it break ..I
r.«l other
hii
hi
tb.'.ii -king h
gvd ii
jjV'
i«-»
:
brotlo r. I
r. »»hi« !»
ct <.r 1864
John M
brake
„ i i .
«Ii,., I „g j
lit kill. -1. Hall' ol III. In-n.l
lie fell oir lilt I.,|. of 111, I ar wlillr tl.r train
I i.m-kint;.
,i.
ill,.
lillj; til.. Till of l.l,t
H
of
'luiii.-.l leii.-r» of A.I- !
irother John :
!
1
Ire.l
.1
I.
v
tin- I
. Thu tax
»rated ii
Milt« I t(
cell
I.D
n living nr
Th
-nr«-- 6 feet -I iaclic*
id that In- has just
«bi.
ho
d it i
stocking*
<«l to g
taken
I .I K Hall h
it
the e
ol
ipu
;
'll*! dl« town*
The Hurst Ultarner Ii
that b spread- j
: last re»« hi d
Th«- Epi/ ...tu .
Ihr »R
Middle!
h
the «
ill
u a mild form,
•rallr iu the
. althuugli.
i to be the
Ur Imv
*
iti. n »<•«
h
rd
!
ral ilistriet*.
MX or
| l( ,
ill» the disease. !
«•re. The I
•Nt [
»I
■ allli, I. ft
•N tlmt
probably
d I v thin ti
» there
■itiicr f»ti» I (except in
d the
)IM
si ktircessful tre«
.
'
ntagtuu*,
nor
hire the
In the North,
1 ten raging f«»r s* veral weeks, the
I» lia* l i t u tu give the uni
<11 blanketed, «»ltd to
•Dent i- »
I disc.
in
»st nfleeti » e
| "l 11 * 4 ,u T ! lu
give tlieiu suit lu«d.
i|irnkr mid Drlnnar» < .tuwl.
The i hr.
f«.r the canal connecting the (Mies
arc hays it is e*tit|)atod
i dollar*. Tl»® stir»®»«
Ti»e projet
apeiike and Delà
cost four luillh
that it will p:i-s through a 1
obvta« !e to its complet
three hundif d uii'e* «.f unvngutiott beta
York nnd B.»Di
ill
show
try offer in»
11 w null! .«VI*
•ii New
ore aroum) lire I',..stern Shore
IHonn.iilu, ami the Sew York Heruld mji : "II»
.'ompleiion « ill he weleome.l hy Hie romn.er. ini
eu of New York n» o,«coing another of the
Inch the vic-i oroilocl» ol
iuii
,
of
nmny areuoes by
\Ve»iern ogricollursl sod loiuinif
r aeh oi r wharrea.''
usiry may
of
of
in
by
of
Prrsanal.
('. II. Ynndvrferd, F.m|. late cdltnr uf »he Tron
rcript, was in town in the curly part of this
Un hi# arrival in Middletown he was re
«•eivet! with cordial greetings hv hi* gentle
friends, nn*l with often arms ana fond f»w//r«ir»«
hy his numerous friends of the fair rex.
i* now assoriated with lii* lather and brother in
the publication of tin* '•Demo» vatic Advocate"
Westminster, Md. They bave nur kindest
wishes fur their prosperity.
Srrtiau Aceldetat,
»Stephen Boyer, K#q a pruniinent eltifen re
siding near Massey's, was seriously injured on
Saturday week hy the accidental discharge of
or® barrel of his gun w hile reloading the other.
The charge struck hi* forehead, over one of his
eyes, und it was feared tlmt fital results would
follow, though this fear if soiutwhut allayed.
\V ■ '-K
Mr V
George W. Ortllp, Kkj. Propfl.lor of the
Middletown llou-l, r«.,^.|0» us I«, aoimoore ilml
the report which hsr l«!Ol lo clreolsiiow for some
dava I«a:, Ihm the Canada llor.c Dlse*»e hud
broken out ii! lila slat, le» I» wholly ineorr««,
and that there la uol, nnd h.i» not keen soy dls
aaaa of any kind in his stables.
newspaper Change.
The Seaford Record, heretofore published by
Donohue A 8le.cn», has been purrluued hy J.
Havens, formerly of tha Vienna Clipper, and
will hereafter he cslled "The Sesford Democrst."
W. wish the Democrat the mo»! «Stils turns*
under it« new matiigtmeat.
re
the
oar
The Elections are over— resell —Jubilant Re
publicans—Despondent Democrats,— IndMfcreul
.straight-outs.—'The day with ns Ike same as
heretofore ; the a seal nahther af tfraaka, Ac. la
the evening we had a new Malaie. All parties
uniting, chartered l.otn.n'a Hall aad the Tele
graph, and every Mw minutes the
election in the various Siatss was aaaoaaced,
•tuidal the wildest enthusiasm, tempered with a
generous regard by the victors for their deMaled
friends, nnd some Republican Apple freely
iributed.
Jon
«T
kind«
to
II of dm
•OSS'
he
ferll
that
a
sa
or Canada Horn Disease hat nr
Kpi sooty
rived line Kcpublican Majorities, "in fwrve."
All the horses la Atkinson à Griffith's Livery
Stable arc disabled, besides many privat« stables.
Messrs. Wm. It. It mug. John A. Reynolds, Jr.,
F. Beeson, CusliPb t o. ai»4 John W. Pen
nington*« are all aflkrtad.
The Delaware and Pennsylvania R. R. Co. are
nutting in the crossing over the P. W. and B.
It. It. The track will ba laid through onr town
the ensuing week.
It is rumored that our townsman, Wm. Rey
nolds, " U'Cunor elector" has been invited, in
company with his colleagues on tba Straight
out Ticket to meet Mr. O'Uonor at Delmonico's
ou tH 1 5th iusl. at w hich place he purpose« to
hold a reuuion of bi« frieuds and supporter«.
Nkw Bni.oisiis —There are «ix new houses in
course of construction within our corporate lim
its. Four on It. It. Avenue, one on Choate Lane
Maiu street.
The
\\
feet
for
and one
He I« ware City Item«.
Mr. Jctse Gardner ha« contracted* with Wm.
( l'. Householder, to build a two-story Dame
! ilwelling ou his lot Corner of 4th aud Monroe
! streets.
! The contractors of Del. A Pennsylvania R. R
: lmvc conlMt . !rd * ilh |. owt „ k Co. wharf build
! of Philad«-I,.bin, to build two wbar.ee
iiii.l.r.tiind tlmt they srr to be 100 feel wide sod
l,nno fret long, lo l«c built cerly nril «prtag.
ttv , mri . „ lurrf by ,,n. of th» Dirîrlor»
! V f ,hr 1,H : * »>»• «»>»• will , b ' ««*
between this city aad Newark, by December 1st.
u„ Tne.dav ni(bl last, otic ol Esitun * Mr
ÄrÄ 1 " 1 U,W "° ' h "
i'.inics IrJtu IMiilsdrlphln hsr. rontrsrtrd
«iih Ur. I. II. üb», to build ». lev houn on tb.
I canal, above the Pivot Bridge, 150 feet lung, GO
U*et wide and 30 feet high. They promise to
i ,hi l* '« ,u Chil..del|.hi» during «b. SlUUMt
I
We
Un Monday lust, Mr J. C. Clark lost a very
valuable ox hy being ruu over by the freight
train »t Kirkwood, I'-.l.
Plans of the stations
It. have been drawn and giveu out for bidders.
the Del. k Penn. R
OdftM Items*
Tin- ring *»f the hammer and the trowrl is
heard in various quarter* in UdcMn this Fall,
Mr. U. S. Mailley is erecting a very neat and
ut-huildiiig for storiug coal Ac., on the
based hy him, and on
id« *, lie has also built a porch aud
ri-mrnti.
d Gib'll has erected a new stable on
whit h with it* cupola aad shining
ry pretty.
A new dwelling is being built, too, on High
I »ant
v rw-ently p
i ru i
! which he
added other imp
Mr.
1
h'
• IO|
eagle is
r Watkins. Esq. has sold a house and lot
I High street, to Juhn t\ Grow ley, for £tioo.
At Ine meeting ol the Building and Loan
V\ eduesday eveuiag, funds soldai
As
t «ci.iti
I'j I'f t: ' , ,
el.ciM.u pn»std off very quietly and with
I
out itMideiit.
• (•ting In the Mlddlelo«
P. O.
l*ettrrs lln
The Inllowins is a List of Leiters remaining
in the I'*>st ufliteat Mid.lleiown, Del . for the
1 " r, k November Dth, 1872.—Mrs. Ange
line Anderson. Mr*. Elizabeth Blackwell. Mrs
G. Bland» . John Arthur Itrowu, U.uhtl Bostiek
lev. I'atriik Gulgan. Sarah F. Evan*
\N illit
(willie, L M Holbrook, lien
ii.|.\ Margaret Jane l*ani»>ert, Hear) Marti
gh, P. Man
Truit. Julia Salmons, Hoben
* tVrsotis tailing for the ubu»v will
su» they c
' f.
• i»d«i is, M
M.
Etta tiil*,
M
' \i:i
t
. Mi»» Ella
F. Me
Mis
1 Barker, ralliai i
udvertised
plea
Comments of the Press.
I
[From tlm Now York World ]
Tli»' cause of thia deplorable discomfi
| ture lie* much further back thnn the no«u
j illation of Mr. Greeley. It wan doubtless
a mistiik«', even under the circumstaticca
i which existed last May aud «lune, to take
: up >lr. Greeley ; but the real source of
wi-akucsH tviu in the ctrcuiuitauce« them
selves which rendered «uch a nomination
j possible. " I he cause of the cause la tbc
cause of the thing caused." If the Dem
ocratic party had uot been reduced to a
previous
ava toler
ill,.
fi-fliiig iiurilvring on tlu»pair by
uniownril »Toni», it would not n
iitod fur an iimUut * candidate whole
whole |>n»t hinlory repreiented everything
which wan hontile lo dvinocritie idea* of
tin. pbiloiophy, function», and limitation»
of government. The true explanation of
iliia defeat i» not to he found in the norni
A.I- ! nation of Mr. tlrecley, hut iu that pre
: »loa» letting down of parly hope and
! »pirit wliich reconciled our national con
1 ventiun to an act of »beer dciperation.
just
it
ol
j
d
ItIKO.
On .Sunday, November 3d, in Warwick, Mil.
Mary Digner, aged about 20 years.
Monday, NuveiuU-r 4th, Mr«,
wife of John Carroll, in the
*
M.
or
! 1» «his town,
The I Bridget Carroll,
•Nt [ f.uth year uf her age.
»I- _
the
the
uni
to
TIftIC NAHKI1I.
MIDDLETOWN MAKKItT.
CORHKCTKt» WIBILf «V ■» t. BfABS.
81 -75
56 et«.
.48 "
56 "
40 "
Wheat .
Corn Old V el low
Now "
(Mies
ill
show
While
Outs ...
Timothy .Seed.
Clover " .
Eggs.
Butter,. .
Lard....,,..,
Pork....,..
Potatoes, new...
Turkeys.
Ducks.
Spring Chickens
Get-sc..
in»
.«VI*
New
Shore
"II»
ini
the
ol
« M
1 SO
....55 els. y do.
50(0.55HI. fl lb.
.... hfojlo " "
..•.»e.i " "
'..,..1ll(«.(0$l hU»
..'„..lufo.ia y lb.
into,is y Ih.
15(S|IR V lb.
I0$j>l5 V Ih.
:::
may
Tron
this
re
in
re
on
of
other.
his
would
pjf tf-AUBLflll A
$| .80(Ä2 00
Prime red wheat......
C«»rn, yellow.
Oats ( Pennsylvania)
Cloversard..
Timothy.
65
«1
V
$1 5 «
•on
4 75
BLATCHLEY'8
Improved Ououuber Wood Pomp.
/gk TA8TBI.B8S, DoraMe, r.ffl
[ fSy-lenl aad t'hrsp The l*»l Pump
yBy tor the I nut money. Attention
Is erpertntly Invit'd 10 Mnlrbley's Pnt
ent Iqinrornd tlrsckel sad New Drop
Check Votre, which can he withdrawn
»without removing the Pump or dislnr
Ihing the Joints. Also the (Topper (,'hnm
I her, which oever crack» or seole. nod
i will ontlsst oar other. For aale by
I Dealer» everywhere. Brad Or Cata
logue sad Price-List.
the
ilml
some
hud
dls
by
J.
and
turns*
CHAR. G. BLATCHLET, «'Pr,
yr For Bale by 1 . ». FBBMOBB * 00.,
I. «se a La.
■IIMUI
llnring dnring the oast week, ndded n nrw
Jon P a sse aed several font« or Type to o«.r atock
prrp.rvd to do all
with a neatness and , lin
«T "apparatus ' wrr a
kind« a f Job Printing
patch nnaqnallvd hareiofwre in thia office. All
dcairing work in onr line are cordially invited
to roll at tlm office af Ike Tmabocmpt.
•OSS' stare la this lewa. was foaad to have a
quantity of Avaa'a Ham Viuoa la his posaession.
When salted wh/ he wished to steal that artiele,
he a saw.red that be " waatad to restore hla hair,
ferll was hard to hr a thief aad bald tea." If
that Inveatiae of the great chemist coaid restore
a Haded character at efclaally as it does their
sa tarai haaaly la bald aad grey beads, it woald
aoraly h», as I hay say it »•» la, traly in Tollable.
—Lewiston ( Me.) Journal.
During tk« pimat Mf ui ét mt e it would b# wall
persons owning hors««, to thoroughly
feet their «laid««, thereby in sonic measure, pre
venting aa outbreak of
Acid, Chloride
ferred for Ikat purt»osc, and can he obtained at
CTIAMIISRLAINE8
Drug fit ore.
dlsin
for
the disease. Carbolic
of Lime, and Brlmstona, are pre
Faner». -New Raisin», Currants, Prunes, Cit
ron. Msmroni, Pmh Minen Mtnt, Buckwheat,
Mnlngn Lemons, nl
H. M. REVNDLDN'.
Hundred Sacks Ground Alum .Salt ; Fifty
Fiae Salt; Five Hundred bushels
Salt, at
sacks Higgins
Turks Island
S. M. REYNOLDS'
Ladies Kid Driviag Glove«, at
8. M. REYNOLDS'
The only place in town to get the Regular
Frog Mouth Rack Gloves, is at
8. M. REYNOLDS'
W'e invite attention to W. M Kenaard à Co*«,
advertisement ; dealers in Fanrvand Mourning
Dress Goods, Silka. Shawl«. Trimmings, Em
broideries, Isares. Ribbons, Ties. Edgings, Ruf
fling, Velvets. Kid Gloves, Corsais, Hosiery,
Laces, Children s and Men's Cndvrwesr ; also a
full and
Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Ac. Also a Bran« h
of M'Me Demurest'# Emporium of Fashions.
mpieie stork of House Furnishing
pled hr Mi
Millivkhv.—T he store lately
Emma t'ooper, Main St., Middletown, Del . is
now under the charge of Miss M. K. Hays, who
has just received from the cities, mid w ill keep
constantly on hand a lairge aud well Selrrtrd
Stork of Goods in her line, to which »h« cor
dially invites tli® attention of the Luviitg public.
Varieties New Jersey and Delaware
CTioi
PEACH TREKS, for sale by
K T KVANH
Tbc crie». rated |*tH »L GRAIN FAN. lhe Hrei
n ihe worhl f«»r eleaning all kinds of gra : «.
For sal* by
t*. T. PVAV4
JawKi.tiv, A.* —Whilst «»a *
Pltiladelphi
W Al
Su.»
business trip
occasion to drop into the J.
friend E. Dickson. :»5j
He has a large t
and Innev
»
•«« ntl» , wr *
Ir> ««•
utfi Kiuht
Ol (
et
k of si|v«*r ware
»hieb hr
tile :
ni. le».
so t h i «
■U
Jewelry
iirger estai*
»ew dollars
onahte rate*

ii*hm**nt« w he
rllM for the r
- »*' »• '
f 'h.* h.
If
p»lt»t
:
I*
i.ur yuuuger
ping ihr q»
ring, »i srr
mg
!'
»* hi re ll
.8
It a*:
■ Ii
i«» »h»
Uj
I;
ud .
are t«» he n.arrn.
kind ut n prr*«nt t
Dickson»
suitable art. «1rs the, • .»n «y»»il. i*v
few weeks more Mr l»iiksi.n wilt ha
and large slock of lloliduy gta.ds, and
any owe wauling anything in his line would do
well to give him a call.
h
h
'
d li
Beautiful assurtiarnt in all
Ladies Silk Tics
shades, just received, by
the
HANSON BRU
lltrcuaDn's full wciflil Zephyrs in sll rhsdrs,
at liAN.SUN BRU.
I .a dir« rail at Hans«.n Rroa. and rzamine their
Stark of Dre«« Goods, rnoiprising Silks, Poplins.
Sateens ; Japanese Cloths, Alparat, Reps, Ser
ges, Delainea, Ac., all af which will besold at
extremely lew figure«.
a
H»ckin( rtaa»n-lB Rio»», .Hr* rlft«, Or»r»
■ nd l'l»idi ; »I» Red »od W hilf Klannrli »II
,nd<< »I
Kid C.Iotn, at «0 cl». *1 00, $155, $1.1»,
»nd $1.00 »I
of
of
ItANSUN HRO.
IIANSU.N BRU.
Childrens' Merino Vests ; si«®« 16, 18, 20, 22,
24 aad 26 inches, at
IIANSUN RRO.
Bed Ticking, 12j, 15, 20, 25. 40. 50 and CO
cent« per yard, at IIANSUN RRO.
Turkish Toweling for childrens' Cloak« sad
Bonnets, at IIANSUN HRO.
Bias Satin« for Trimming, st
HANSON RRO.
the
Carriages!
J. M. Cos A Rro. have a very large stock of
Carriage« on hand, which they will elose out oo
rtaaouabie term«. Great inducements to Cash
buyers. Now is the time tu purchase a good
Carriage at low rat®«.
Th® Bftrlie Kid Qigf®. thf i»e«t glove In Amer
ica for $1 25, warranted n$it t£ rip or tear in first
putting on, at S. K. RBYVULD8'
et«.
"
"
"
WANTKp—By a m«n 3^ yean pf age, single,
3 pf steady habit«, who is a good Penman
Accountant, a situation In a Hotel, Coal
Ufficf, pr to act a• Collector . understands the
Bar busipe«« a Hotel l|u*rpaghlj, and would
b® willing tp a««isi jn keeping the book« ; Satis
factory rtfertRv* furnished. Add res«,
Ç. A. V. Middletown, R. 0. Del.
Coal®« A Cloaks S|»ool Cotton, 7 cents per
•popl. rienu ! half I|r*®, 4 |»»r for 25 rt*
8. M. H^VNULDS'.
i sst received 2608 lb« New Tar Rppe, In «lore
fpr yale by
8 M REYNOLDS'
and «I E*U4 hhpre M*ck«r
bb|. at
8 M REYNOLD'S.
an
M
SO
do.
lb.
lb.
Ih.
lb.
Ih.
00
65
tl,
Kr* ho. 1 )
by Mil. agd half
«1
5 «
75
Black Kid Glove«, stitched with «SU®, for
$1.00 at 8. M. REYNOLDS
Odrssa so4 flpp-tpn l|u»ilr», at
S M RF.7 SOLI«'
While ttugar for 151 ci» si
' S M RKYN'OLDS'.
r.ffl
Pnt
Drop
nod
by
Cata
Pare Cldrr Vlaegur, fcr piokUna
a »I KKYNOLD8'.
A large a«at,r'n«-nt of Irussea. Ilmen and
8op|H,rtera for »ale sr.d projwrly fined t.v a phi;
•lelao, al Ca»»»«»uie* . Dace Hioae
Soinm oo Igwg.—Deed to orresl
farawoto
lioa ip Cider, pa* Abat to preirree its sparkling
wjsjfe
Pharmacy.
00., Faa Bau —A goad aooad aad gaoll* BABB,
1872 .
1872 .
Exposition
3
c
AT
Th«
RETAIL.!!
IN
To
Two
Five
Ten
I
and
ican
We have now
THE
LARGEST,
best assorted, and al
together
CHEAPEST
liras,
chine*,
I .nil
800
(iu
Chains,
AND
to
Liberal
$1
Most Attractive
Tw
stock of Fancy and
Mourning Dress
Fabrics,
SILKS. SUA WLS,
hu
MAIN
VEL VETS
SC AUFS ,
«Mi
phe
II
B.
y vi is. EM nu o mi: hies
LACES. KID CLOVES
i(-c
it-.
ii
th*
Ih«
Embracing
ALL TUB
NO VELTIES
hr
.
OF THF
lui.«
i in
SEASON
j
i
in
of
or
at the lowest market
prices.
Together with r Large Stock
of all the new and most ap
proved (many of them
private ) pattern« of
English Tapestry,
BHU8SEL8, EXTRA
8UPERFINE8,
81TERFIXES,
FINES, ENTRY,
STAIR, RAO. AND
of
oo
HEMP CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS
ALL WIDTHS,
ÇOOOA MATTING.
MATS AND
the
per
AH retail orders a -
mounting to
sent free of
çhdryee.
pkmplM seift wh«n r«c|ue«tcd.
tl,
for
W, H 5E8NARD, & CO.
306 MARKET ST,
and
phi;
Wilmington
I
DELAWAjqj,
Wav t-tf.
>•1111«
T y
a
3
*
ft
m
c
Gift
Th« only Reliable (lift Distribution la iheeonatry
#60,00« 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS If
TO UK DISTRIBUTED IN
T.. D. SINK'S
158/A KEdVI.Ml MONTHLY
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To be drnwn Monday, Nov. 25th, 1872.
TWO GUAM) CAPITALS OF
$5,000 each in Greenbacks ;
Two Prizes $1,000 : (
Five Prizes $ 500 Ç -; Qreeubaoki f
Ten Prizes $ 100 £ (
I Horse k Buggy, with .Silver-mounted Hat«.
»U. Une F iu<-toned Rosewood
5O0. Ten Family Sewing Ma*
ton cavli. Five Hold Watches
and Chains, worth S'HiO each ; Five Hold Amer
ican Hunting Walche*. worth $1
' (Sohl Hunting Watches, a
liras, worth :
, worth
chine*, worth
each ; Ten
tli $75 each.
• I Silver I.ever Hunting Watches
ortli from $2» to $:mo each. Gold
. J< welry, .v. . Ac.
uc. Ticket« Limited
I .nil
800 Gold
(iu all.)
Chains, Silver*#»
Whole number Gifts
to 6'i,uno.
Jf#" A g
Liberal Rrcmiu
I* Wanteil to
II Tickets, to whom
»Single Ticket«
. Twelve Ticket* $10;
w will be paid.
Tickets
$1 oo; S
tv-fir«- Ti« ki-t
Tw
conuiniug
ut Hi ma I
I lull list of prizes, a de*
r ol drawing, and other
to tlu- Distribution, will
one ordering them. All letters
« d to
Circula
inforuiath
ret«
hu sunt to nil#
*t he nddrt
L, D. SINE, Box 86,
MAIN omn:.
Dsl w FIFTH M
•INCIXNAÎI, O.
Nov. b—ly.
Register's Ox'der
J^KGlSTKlt S HTII'lv
« . Uctol
2»lh. 1872.
t Tim
«•b*r* of Thu
tn d I
I :.<l «l:i* « Ini l»y tho
• .i«l, give no
l.sUim« mtvry
uf. the <l.i e of
« r iseineiH» to
i th«- tittle of
l>» *»•
* r M
i
urpnrr
:« Mur*
lu i, »
«Mi J K
II
v.iv» r
Ute «.*
phe
md.
II defi
B. giv«e:
Ü
.f.
1.1 l.
r n
d.
d
ling th«
il.
•l «•.
of
.1 ill
l- hlie phu
!« t.
.
«i*:«
persons
to present
1 Assembly iu
«1^ «1«
nale,
ii
i •«'uh
A»t
th*
le
Ai. I u
de
d pi
he.
od in
- . i. «I
it
ilu
I he
1
r, l 1
|«|ar pilhq
Ih« M d ;
listied
M iddietu
.»»d *heie-i
«1» uudei the hand
•! the Ktgi
und Seal of Of*
wud. ut Nvwr
iresuhl, the day
Gi
r ulot
'ount »
Il G Hi BS, Register.
MiTIt K - A. I ,.. •,
hr K.t.tl. ut the lie. i
ultvalrd lo the I -
h;»» ing » luiin» nguiu»!
d
pu m lit tin
.
r la-fore O« -
ih. 18;.:.
i ..!«• tli
Vttol Adkiiubly
lui.«
.
i in »ucii
HU j'iuvidul.
C MVRIilK\
J BASKIN HALL.
Addrtv- -MiddUtuwn. Del
«• u
HI
Executors,
Nov. 0—2in
Register's Order.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
Naw Castlk Cucnty. October 10th, 187J,
Coon the application of Samui l S.gars Ad*
iniiiisirator of John R. Sega»?, Ute ol St. G cor*
gt* ll 4 lid red i
ordered and directed by the Itegistrr that tha
Administrator nluresaid, give notice of the gran»
pou thr Ks*
•1. with tlu* dutr of gignting
j thereof, by irtiiRiug ad»rrti»eiiicnt» t<» I»«- posted
i within forty days from the date of such l<et|rrs,
in sit of the ino-t public places of the County
of New Cattle requiring all pcitons having de*
«I» against the Estate, to present the same,
or abide by an Act of Assembly in smh case
made and provided. And also cause the »«in«
tobe inserted within the sa mu period in th#
Mi.ldlvto»» u Transcript, » newspaper published in
Middletown, and to he continued therein two
month*.
IV, iSr.rusu.l il i.
lint of Mile
ut Administration
late .»f Ihr »let
. »-*— ^ Given under the hand and Seal of
{ l. n. J- Ulfic® of the Register alorcaaid, nt New
' J Castle, in New t.'astlu County uforosuld,
the day and year above written.
B. GIBBS, Ur.i;imtn.
NOTICE. — All persons having claim* against
the Estate of the deceased, must present tha
same duly »«ttvsted tu thr Administrator un or
htfor® October 19th, 1873.
Assembly in such cave made Mtul provided.
SAM CEL NKGAHS, Admr.
— McDonough, Del.
abide the Act of
Add
Nov. 2—2tn.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO LADIES!
UIU JO lit) IloCIIAb'A J>, M. p., Proftmar
of Mmwirgar, devotes special attf|ilion to thf
treatment uf |)i»ea»cs uf
WOMKN AND CHILDREN
»Shelias h»f, ; » earo in active practice aud
cured over 30,puU cases' u! JJiteate, peculiar to
\V<
She solicits thjhcult rrutic nnd erne rally coa
»i.lcred ineurahle co»r», and y «.nr.f nttrt a Mf* and
tftctdy t urc
.JMT Her INFALIBLK GOLDEN PILLS, for
/rrcyulontirt. can he procured at Iter office, or
Ladi®« afflicted,
sent by mail, $5. on per I»
please « all upon, or address
Mn« J HUGH AN AN, M. D.,
t>rricxf* PmvATB—514 PINE8r. Phil., Pa.
Hours front 9 * m. to 9 t* u
ßk9" Clip Ihit out jor future n/trtnee.
UA. 10. I87T--Iy
FOR_REFT.
A Conveniently located II O U H C
..ear Main street, having all the
«*oMv®nlene«*s |«ertainiug tu a lions«
In a VIII g Cellar, garden, water at
Rent reoauimhle.
Hk
tba door, a,-.
Apply tn
Oct. I»—If.
Mas B L. RT AN.
LIBERTY!
T lIRTROrriSG STALLION LIRERTV, tired
hy Rysdrk'», Hemhletonlan. Dam hy Amer
ican Star. 5ml darn hr Messenger Onroe, will
Aiake a fall season In Mlddlelnwn, Del. al $50.00,
$10.00 due on demand, sod $30.00 payable
when the mare proees to lie with foal. Thia
Stallion I» nearly a full brother In blood to
Dexter, Startle and other celebrities, lie hag
•lae. { 131 h*nd» ) style, bone, end color, ( dark
bay.) To those who deeire to breed good stock
I ofcr this moot fashionably bred hon».
Oct. 1»-S«. W. GREEN.
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