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KDWARD REYNOLDS, Roiroa. to is of ■IDOLCTOWR, DBL. SATURDAY MORNING, 8RPT. 37, 1973. Dtfrrtnti il I* mü ; Of *eeywtMC b no**. Tna Baer Cot set, Ac.-Wtlintoglon Conncilnicu carry keys that w.ll fit the luck. of each other'a deal, and ooes.iun- „ ally borrp* the memorandum book« of the member». Tbia at.te of affaira the Com miiriul pronounce, "very ..d," aa it had f , ha«» cwngralulating itaelf that tha present me* Ibe beat council "the city" bad bad fcr many yaara. It u a little aad that the Reform party should bava aelecwd auch io W# agree with the Com merriat that Reform oujkl to be the word. , for it surely ia needed. o be no to for The fight I..IC.1 twenty minute., in h J «hieb aeven rounds were fought, Allen being victorioua. MeCool «a. terribly puuiaheJ ; Ilia face being cut and bmiacd I ,'' r ' B ia t fearful manner, while Allan »aa but of .. . . little hurt. Thcte seems to hate been no effort or j openly left j t ,f men as thoee. Narhow EiCAf*— Pre.iJrn» Qrint tnj Gvm. Sbcrni*n, SlitrMan »nJ llookvr mad« a very narra» ««cape from being ruu over by a railroad train on tba lfilh inat. Tbry wrre approaching th« track of the Cincinnati and I'ittsburg railroad, «ben a coal train camo along, but the driver of their carriage, thinking, doubt leaa. that he l ad the right of way, on ac count ut Ilia distinguished passenger*. Iw furc a coal traiu. proceeded to croaa the railroad. The engineer did hia utmost to atop bia engine, but bia "cow-catcher'' graved the hind wheela of the carriage, and the I'rraidcutial party bad a hair breadth escape. of Titr At.t.ES-MrCooL Prie« Kioiit—A Dinat brutal and disgusting "Mill" took place oo Chontcau Island, fourteen miles from St. Louis, Mo., on Tuesday, between Tom Allen ami Mike MeCool. I made by the authorities to prevent tbi* disgusting affair. A steamer «he wharf in ihe ritjr with upward« of two inf tli'ia»and piiqd« un board, man)' of whom wer« "rip niable cilixeni and proniincut bu«inc«« men," to wiinc»« the fight. It anything could hu more diigraoefu) than in affair of tbia naturo. it would be of exceedingly difficult to discover it ; unless- or indvrd, it be the pa.M,,, of "Hack-!'.) I" / Acts by the National ( ongress. and the ar particif ation by its members in Credit )Iobilicr robberies. Tho people of Delà war. cannot be too grateful lu Ex-Sheriff ,, , , ,. , , Herbert for hi. firm, unjicIJmg defence of our lawn in prohibiting one of these > diagrttecful scenes from being enacted «ithin our borders a few years ago. To bis unswerving observance of tba duties •f hit office «• owe it that our aoil has of be of or »has far been free from tbia disgrace That his example will be imitated by all of our Shtriffa in tha future wc can only hope. The FinancUi Crash. Il has eoma at Iasi, though long-looked for and long deferred it baa finally come Many expected it soon after the clnac of th* war, but the engineers of tha great financial machioo hare managed to etare it off from lime to time until now, bat it hu come at last sod lha appearance now I* that it will bo all tb* heavier for its long daisy. Beginning with Jay Cooke k Co., the ■aaneitl and confidential agents of the Oorernnieot, il extended rapidly to other and less favored houses and a great panic spread among tbo "brokers aod money changera" throughout tbo oountry. One after another «uccunibed until upwards of ailty honkers have givan way before the otorm. Nor bava the suspensions stopped With the broker«, but «am* of tb* Nation al Banks, also, have closed their door* •ad announced thoir inability to metl th* demand« upon them. First, the National Bank of Waahing lo« gae* way, and soon th* bonks of Potoraborg, Va., ylaldad I* tha riolaneo of the storm, and whtra it will stop no «M knows. It ha* already began to In** it* effect ap*a th* industries and of ths oountry. Railroad shops and other manufacturing rstabliihmsnts nr* being *lo*ed, and the workmen thrown ont of employmrat, and from different «ilirs the failure of prominont bnsiness hoaoM is being announced. Wo mach flbnr that tb* trnnbl* baa bat began — Ats*rti*us hsvs boo* mods to tho effoet «bat m dang*r would reanlt to th* bail tnermal iatoraotaof th* *••«. try fitoto th* IhilnrM of tb* broken and h** h * r * of th* «lliee, htM lb* grant tranbl* It lint tb* ernth baring e oma n nrad la tb* hrgraioad tt» tb* «radltod *nd ondoraod agent* of W Ibd $wpl* i* shah*« In tb* wbO* sy*. tmm.m Immm •IN I» ht «tmliasad, antll lb* cO fW panic aproada throughout the entire conn- j try, and when the banks become no longer •bio to giee their cu.tora.ry uecorarxl.lion 4 ' to busioess, business must succumb. It is of no use to attempt to disguist tho. fact ; i great financial troublo is threaten ed, and some eteeedtngly skillful manen? •ring «ill be required to provent a season of coosternation and distress in the land. Whit the result of tho beginning made last »eck is to be cannot be forcacen. Wo „ n onlj iit „ iu onJ , w , it furlher Jevelopmente. In tl.e meantime, bower „ , btro if no CII1 , 8 for , „ prolJ of |he , niong th , pcopU of , he couatry . Tbcr „ u no j. tlg< . r of # , u , pen>ion of f , ilur# of lhe counlry bt „ kl dopoiitori by mlking , rMn upon , he|n bring abuul , be , cry , bing wbich , b<>y , r< mo ,t interested to prevent. The banka io „ 0 , nuw >tind upon , h# , tni , io „ cor< , foolinf tbjt lhry dld un j„ |h , „jj 8u| . , y , |cm wb<n cir#0 |, tioB gI .„ tly ceedod Ibe oapilal ; but the circuletion ie much less now than the capital, and a per o utage of tbs capital stock is also re quired to be deposited at Washington as security, so that there is not and cannot be iny danger of loss oven if the bauka should suspend. Hut, we repeat, there ia no immediate danger ef such a calamity, and if the depositors «ill look ut this tiling in a proper light, end not allow the present cxcitcinout to work upon their fera to such au extent as to cause them to cripple tba benke through a nillulrawal ! „, rv l,aiik. -Ill i y I \\ o print it for tl»o benefit of our sportsmen and of all «'h«-r. «bom it m.j concern : ., M f| Section 11. 1 hal! tf ...r person thaï I kill, j lake or *l«atrny. adl, or expoae to aale, or ,'' 1 ' '! i| r i" r * à*'. 11 3 * cr 1 ■' ** mi baa been killeu, in either of Hie counttea of Kent or H.i.aex, »tiy partridge, plicae ...... 1 .... *. f , ant or rabbit between the filtoenth day ol bcHruarjr and the first day of November, or in the county of New ('astlo between the first day of January and tho first dav t ,f .November. of their •.Uposita, our not be at all injured by the present finan cial tempest, and will be able to continue their accommodations to the conuuunitj. The Game Law, The following is a portion of tho ••ante Law passed by the Legislature of this State at its last srssiou. new ■k in either | inf t|, e mil countirVbctween the fir»t da» y wood or o of .lanunry nod the first day of July, in any year, such pc; son shall ho deemed guilty of a common nuisance, and upon conviction thereof before any justice of the pence iu this Htate shall be fined five dol lars for each bird or rabbit so killed.taken or destroyed, sold, or exposed to »nie, or I" hi *. n . r . h , ,f P".*"" 10 " * fl " ll,e ** : " e been killed, and if such person shall fail ar refu!UÎ |o pjy 8l|C |, fine al „| 0 ]i co „, im . mediately, the said justice shall forthwith commit him to the custody of tho sheriff »»'ill*h. Mine aro paid, one-half of «aid tine for tho use of the Mate, the other half fcrth , informer J'rondat, that tbia .re tion shall not prohibit ntty person from killing ganto on his own laud at any time, Section 14. If anj peraon not a citix.-n of tliia State «ball biinaelf, nr h) bia agent. b) acting as thu agent for or in the < m plnjment of another peraon, whether such other peraon ba or be not a citiien of this State, kill, take or ilcstr«) an) partrblgc, pheasant, woodcock, or tolan,or reed-bird, rail, or rabbit, in this State, upon land not owned b) himself,without license from the owner or occupant thereof, auch person shall be decnta l guilt) of a common nui sance, and, upon conrietion thereof before an) justice of the pale« in tbia State, stall be fined fire dollars for each bird or rab bit so killed, taken anil destroy«*), sad shall be liable as a trespasser, and if stieb prr.on shall fail or refuse to pi) such fine and all costs immediatilv, the said justice •hall forthwith commit him to the custod) of tho sheriff until tho santo are paid. If any such person shall harr in bia pos session such bird nr rabbit it shall bu «ri delle* of bis baring killed, taken or des troyed the same, or that it was killed, ta ken or destroyed for his use in violation of this section, unless otherwise proved ; one half of said line for the use of the State, the other half for the informer Section 15 If ait) person within ritber of the counties of this Slate shall kill, take, ordestro), upon lands not owned by him self, any of tbo following birds, yix : llobin, blue-bird, martin, swallow, mocking-bird, thrush, wood pecker, sparrow, wren,whip poor-will, cat-bird, night-bawk. wake-up. dove, cuckoo, king-bird, oriole, fire or red-bird, yellow-bird, humming-bird, ground-robin, field-lark, sky-lark, brown thrasher, flicker, sap-sucker, or other in sectivorous bird, or shall willfully tako or destroy thn eggs or nest of any of the aforesaid birds, sorb person shall be deem ed guilty of a common nuisance, and, upon conviction thereof before any justice of the peace in this State, aball be fined one dol lar for aach bird ao killed, taken, or des troyed, or for each nest of birds-eggs ken or destroyed, aa aforaaaid ; ana every persin having atselt bird in hia possession shall be deemed lo have taken, killed or destroyed the same in violation ef the pro visions of this aertion, unless the contrary be proved ; and if stieb person aball fail or refuse lo pay such fine aod all coats imme diately, tha said justice shall forthwith commit him to the cnatody of lha sheriff until the same are paid ; one half ef said fin* Ihr Iba use of tha State ud thn other half for tho informer. Section 10. If ooy person or persons shall enter upon any land* not owned by himself with gnn and dog, or with goo olono, for tha purpose of shooting aof kind of birda or gatna without first obtaining pet mission to do ao by tho owoor or ooco pant, ba (hall forfait and pay • loo of fire dollar* ; on! if ho aball not pay th* cold •nob* aha •I, ao bortiaafleo provided. Th* laotio* of tb* pence oboll hold th* said goa fcr thirty day*, for th* pwrpnae of giving th* owaor tim* to rod um B by paying lb* or ta this fine impoaed by lav; at the expiration of *aid time it shall be publicly seid, aod so ""d* of ,h * F 0 «»«»» •• '• »MOiair, shall ba appropriai«*! lo Iba payment of •aid flna, and the balanea lo be returned lo iba ewnar ef ibe gun. That all aald fioea shall ba paid into lha Stale Treasury Hader Section 17 of ibis Act plenary jurisdiction, in all cases of violation of any of these sections, is conferred upon justices of the peace. Some of aor cilisena were guilty of an infraction of tho fifteenth section a few ! -„l. c t . # * l - i. * . . * _ j weeks «go, but as the laws lind not been j published at that time they were doubtless igoorant of its provisions Book Notioes. The October number of llAtcaa'a Maoasixb is crowded with frtish and entertaining matter, and contains orer sixty finely-executed engrar lags. The Numl*r opens with no illustrated paper, hr Marie Howland. It is entitled "A Lady's Kn ter prise," and describes the llaroncss De Li na's poultry establishment at Delair, in France. Col. Audenried conclude# his papers on Gen eral Hherman ia Europe and the Kast. An interesting article, full of anecdotes of "Detective Pinkerton," is contributed fiy Gen eral Randolph II. Marcy. "The Judicial Record of the late Chief-Justice" is ably treated in a prehensive und very valuable paper by John H. Henson. Emilio Castellar s " Republican Mûrement iu Europe" is coatinued, and Nnother initalliuent is given of the "Recollections of an Old Stager." Charles Readc's norel, "A Simpleton," is concluded in this Number. The publishers an nounce that this is to he immediately followed b y »thrilling n-riel iiorr, "The Living Link." by ihcnmhuruf "Tlir DoJge Club," il lualralctl by \V,„. !.. .Shrpnr.l ; ...J .h.l in an ly number w ill fie commenced "My Mother and !," "A la>re Story fur Girls," by the au* thor of "John Halifax, Gentleman." Three interesting norclettrs sre contributed for this Number— 'A Loss to tho Profession." by Mr». Frank .M'Carthy ; "Who was Right'* by D. Tt. Castleton ; and "Dat Taddeus, a bright little juvenile skeuh, by Ellis Gray, with an excellent illustration by C. S. Reinhart. Editorial Departmi'iitJ maintain their usual standard of excellence : and it is especially no.ic«U. ik.t .h. EdM.r . Ill.torlcI Rvcord the only monthly summary of events that is nnywliere pubUsbed-is being continually in» prote< , it , n . 0 p, »„,) ihorougl.na« of i rP aimcnt. Tliia dr|u>rtnvni baa be«« continuvd , „ f, "' n ", , Ntt '. " ' ' . taking the entire series—is invaluable for refer* J id— ence. OrTonxn.—Dr B auvelt's arti Scribner's ! Monthly, have exc ited more discussion than any similar articles which hare appeared for a long time. The third and concluding paper, entitled "Modern Skepticism— What our Laymen do About it." appears in the Octo!>er number. Ths same number has the concluding pages of Dr. Holland's "Arth'ir Bonnicastle," and of Bret Harte s "Episode of Fiddlelowa " Lulu (tray Noble print! a trenchant essay oa "Free Marriage " George W. Cable gives us a very bright and characteristic little New Orle< story, and Albert Rhodes »1 escribes "A Day in the French Assembly." There is a pleasant pa ner on "Baying Debts;" a valuable sketch of * Dr Francis Lieber:" a curious collection of "Turkish Proverbs an interesting illustrated article on "The Geysers of California, by Benjamin P. Avery ; another pictorial paper on "The New York Central Park,'' and a descrip tion, with pictures, of "The Old Van Reoselaer Mansion The poetry is by Geo. Macdonald Edward King, D. N. Beach, J. Y. C., and Caro line It. Wilkinson. Dr. Holland, in "Topics of the Time," dis cusses "Gentlemen in Politics," "Moderate Prices," and "A New Woman's College." In the Old Cabinet are "Tho »Stagey Person," "A Friend with a Single Fault," and "Morning, Noon and Night," and the other regular depart ments are interesting. With the Novemlicr number n new volume will commence With it will begin two Atntricao serials, "Katharine Earle," hy Miss Adelino Trafton (author of "The American G r! Abroad") and *' Earthen Pitchers," by Mrs. Itebecca Harding Davis. Miss Trafton's novel is the 1 Grand Serial" of the year, aod is said to be a strikiug and beautiful story. Mr. Froudes papers will also begin in November. Scatnxra a ; <*n "Modern Skepticism." ii cits ist «v Tho Cumberland Timti tell* the »tory of * ten cent nute in this manner : About two weeks ago Mr. Bradley of tha Timm, aud a reporter for the .Wir«, want to the canal report altar the clerk« had left ilia office. They procured the key from tha luck-keeper and entered the building. In tumbling about in Ibe dark lha boya knocked over and broke a lamp chimuay. and being of an hon«*l tarn of mind, like all newepaper man, they left a ten cent stamp tu pay the damage in tho chimney of another lamp on the desk. Next even ing Mr. Weber, Collector of the Port, lighted this lamp without noticing the cur rency. and blew it out bteauaa il did not barn freely. On the following morning th* lock-keoper found the fragments of the «binplaaler on the floor, wbieu lie banded Mr. Weber. The latter, thinking to try what virtne liter* was in Treasury promises, inclosed the pieces in a letter to Treasurer Spinner, asking thair redemp tion in the naici* of Abraham Millar. He had almost forgotten the circumstance, un til yeatardav he received through tb* mail a larga official envelope, worth throe cenla, scaled with about fifteen cant* worth of United Slataa aealing-wax, ia which waa iuelotad a bran new atamp to replao* the one wbioh woa burned After tbia, who ean aay that Spinner doaan't do things sys tematically ? to Domestic Taxatov.—A Isrrihl# domst tie tragedy took plica ot Kingoooaing.noor Pbilodolphia, oo Wodnooday morning — Thoo. B. Parker ahot hia wlf* I* ihe haad, and hlaw hia *w* brain* ont, killing bim •elf ioalantly. Th* dseaaaed waa a weal thy man ; ho lir*d io an elagant bona* in Kiugswaiog, ud bod ■■ ineom* *f $60,. 000. Tb* parti** morod in th* highwt circlaa, and th* affair haa era*lad great •icitaurant Th* ***** of th* tragady I* aald to It*** boon jealoaay. Alien, th* pagiHdt, baa ed th* challeng* of Ben. Hogan, I« •ght Or $1,000 Mid* within • T th. Local and State Affaire, Minor Ttplci. fftttü mistake to gc hunting round from 8lor« in MNtrch of torn« kind of article /» t» <i Store to for the least money. The lowest priced goods are dearest in the rad. It ie wisest, both for comfort and economy, to go at once to a respon sible «tore and grt reliable goads. It will pay all, about to purchase Full Clothing, to call and ia*pact the .Splendid Goods and l«ow Prices of Hennett k Co., Tower Hall, AI 0 Market Street,, half way between Fifth and Siith Streets. Phila delphia. K or P.—Grand Chancellor E. 11. Hire, of Middletown, and Grand Itn-ording and Correa* ! ponding Secretary James P. lia) ?a, of W liming j tun, went «Iowa to Milford, on Tuesday, to j n o# Knight» of Pythias the IDh **» 11,6 State, —Ihv K. B. Rice lins just mcfircd n splendid lot of fins large oysters from t'risfivld, and is now rrtulv to furnish thsm in large or siiutll <|uautittrc, shucked or in the shell, as customer» require. Girc him a rail. Our f.irmrrsare busily engaged in saving their fodder. The coin crop promises to fie a ry good one; much h«tter limn run the most hopeful could have looked for after tba long con tinued drought in the early part of the season. Many fir mers have already set led their wheat and others are doing so. S. M. Rev Ida advertise« a large and choice selection of new Fall and W inter Goods at the very lowest market prices. H. L. Ihinni Ircted slock of W all Ph| city prices, also Picture Frames, brackets, Sta tionery, Ac. ing advertises a large and well sc i»rr» w l.i* h be t.ffV nt Decision of a *nit Against the P. W. U P. H. It. ('». Ia the Circuit Court for Cecil rountr, ting nt Elkton. the trial of tbv n Itouldrn, hv h lit of Ha J. ts. the Philadelphia, •i rompany, D •xt fri Wilmington, nml Haltimo re Hail .lion for dam *g ta in ft I by the plaintiff' by being »trink by locomotive of the mitron»! company during »hr while croAsing the a horse thr morning, ami m t up that they and othet wise gave hit'll Ihr plaintiff fail» l to ill »teil icii having herd thr tlamayrs. tOnst.iMc and Bid 's and Alexander Evans for «'ill hml. Tlusw. hr Mardi rm of t'. iirt, I track the depot Cikton, i : oreI y ir blew their ol their approa« h, . Thr pin r.-l Tb lustier tificrve whistles, Trit for plaintiffçs» iff; J •d before ! f»»r tiefelidatit. Hoir I Change. John A. Morton, IIa«| . lum di»pc«*d of his in terest in Mr. Jackso J ; poM- si next. the Ni i Bryant, fur ion to 1 1 giv. ol Hotel, in III rlv of Utu.di.iirv. N. L*ti the 7tli of Ut tuber tt.W Mr. Ilry.mt was at Davis Hotel, i lation of tb Mr. Morton will ut connecte«! with Miiludelplna, and has the repti le ti g lily uu l.i standing hist. lo tlie An h Ht , II Pbiladt Ipbia. having «ake hotel. Mr. M. short ill r«»t de y friends, d ill Middle!..w who will part will» hi. «euh regret, • ut will, at the dial the change will ho a gn be ■ •le:is< d to k to him. fl . r ha* l eei st that th«« A *n for il '!'»)'• I"* Bn ok of Shiv i had I. v flew, . r Ite :i. ! r, ; ?» lb ib k : , of New ï that bank, pu» 1er. Ile I. s;iv<* that thu onlv «-ontie bad with th* bank wui ngrncy for »hr convenu lie also contradicts the st r«i*' ». » "•*»•»« ru», lit * ii > III il the I, k. TI ■i-li !h ■' ihe n|lfi;>*l lo » ""'1 k Co h.tl C| I »«tf i ollri-ting j ilint of a o <»f its : t nstorner e ttank l.uys in Philadelphia or aay other k holds Ample --oil ne ts «»ith Clows k Co., and that no loss whatever is upprtheuded to the bank from tlit-ir fail th.» ral ntira fur its in Penooal. R«-V Dr M ibe .m p e * Par «*» to-niurr<>«« N« t . his »I« behind and h his last sermon« AI I t ! i •% t ch r d ing Dr. McCabe t Stale II«- Ir ill relui ' O'K I it whose well wishes fur his future ill follow him wherever We understand that Dr J. J V, Delaware City, «»»ntenip'ates «v itliin two or th in the practice France, in that city. welfare lie goes, mderford. of iling f»»r Europe ««e«-ks, purposing to mgng» »f his profess» ing »>een offered a lui in Nantes, live position We wish the doctor abundant sue Htiaituf Irhnoli In Dataware. The right thing is tiring dons hr thr Kplsco" 'Inns in Dclawure. They bavé a Diocesnn pali rommittrc to look aftrr .Sunday School iuterrsts The third ual gathering «»f schouls in Wil mington «rill take (»lace in the rhurch of which T. Gardner Litte!! is Rector. About luOOscholEr* End ttftcbers, Resides many clergy torn, pectvd to fir present. All who nr« lo Ettrnd should t-vnr iu min»! the 2d of October, which is the time »tppoin ex snoiioti d.—.v ä. r. 01. Ann'. I*. K < linrrh, Mlilillrlon n. ice Et the usual hours, on row (.Sunday) |u4 A M, and 7$, P. M. The following arc the texts : Moaxixa.—"Gi«e ship, lur th Luke xvi . 2. Exkmnu — perfect, fie «• to-mor t of thy Steward loi-gtr fie $Uttmd. ECCI mn; Finally » ihren, farewell ! Be f good comfort, le o e, an I the God of lo shall tc with «ou. 2nd Cutinthia : id pcate Prarh... The |trarli Ship tricots from "below" ly ditiiinisliitig. t»n Wednesday film sent to PUiladcIphi Ths who!» number »hiwptri over the Dclitw railroad up tu Wednesday is 2,527 « these did nut all luiit.iin their lull complement ut 500 baskets rat h, the exact number uf pe.it he* cannot he stated. The peach train was with Wt-dnesday, am! the peaches are >pid N« wr 'I k . l ut, I » carried by the Lxp Freight. Th« Krrlrsson Line. 8in«e ths break in the Chesapeake and Delà a total suspension o all business fi.v the Erricsson line fietw delplua and Baltimore. Two of the boats have been lying at their wharves nt the earner of Pratt und Light .Streets, idle, and others similarly situated iu Philadelphia, ges sustained fiy this delay the cutupnay esti mates at $50,000— Hilt. Sun ware Canal there has ! Superintendent Harlan, of th. Pab.lc Schools, roads his second ivunual report of tin» condition of the school department of that city last Mon dav eveolag. The schools ar« large and flour hila The d.am lelrrnsr. Prrseas who desire to sell liquor under the certificates at the office <»f •c at New Castle. As the new law «-an pro« the Clerk of the P petition* with the signers attached, must fie puhlishrd two weeks prior to the meeting of tits Court, there will lie some activity in this waiter th« coming month. Heavjr t««*». It is reported that Edward Downey, of New Castle Hundred, visited New Castle on Fri-.ay last, and rercDrd $9oo tor his crop of wheat ot $2*»o, lie started away with the balance in bis pocket, but on reaching home he discovered that said balance of $7uo had entirely disap|wared. After paying a Armatruo*'« rhapal. Rav. Dr. Pattoa will praarli in the Miwioa Chapel at Armstrong s Corner, lo-raurrow (Sun day j el three o clock. New ravaraihla »eat* bar* been rare irait tbia weak (Pom New York, sod tb* Chapel will new accommodate I to people. WIImIocUb Ishsel». la»lo»i» C Ma Mge. I). WKIIaaon ha* aol d ont hi« "Middletown Market Heu«*" to H. 8. Holton who will hereof. lor supply ibadtlam« of Mlddlatowa with fruit«, rogotabi«*, Ac. t. Tb* Pneideot be« appointed Richard Harrlng ia, formerly 0 Delaware, Secretary of lb* Uleirir« of Columbia, rice g. ». Staatou, ap po'.ated Receirer of lha First National Bask. Maryland Affairs. WoRi*MTRa Covrty Nomixatio*».—A number of ritisens of the several district« of Worcester county, met in Hnow Hill, on the Ifllh lost., formed llirmoelves into a nominating and »elected a full op|>o»ition ticket to that nom inated on the tub Inal , by the Democratic con vention. The name» of ibe candidates are as follow» : For clerk Circuit Court. John Bishop ; for Register of Wills, George T. lira!tow ; for Huts Senator, Curtis W. Jacobs; f«»r the House of Delegate». Alfred D. Merrill and Win. C. I'ruitt; for Sheriff, Stephen K. Mneon : for County C missionera, Samuel lt«n»on. Win. Collin», PHcr W. Hancock. John S. Richard», Criait Shockley : for Surveyor, Win. II. Richardson; for Wreck master, John Connor. tloe A n< w iIInam hai made il» apprarnnee in Hum uty and ia proring fatal lo tho hor»«*», iwrlra in on«* neighborhood haring diod in a few hour» aficr being afflicted with it. Tim flr»t symptoms of the di»«*n»« arc : Thr nnitniil becomes ditay, weakens, and iiatinUy dits in twrnty-four hours after fining attacked.' rreet tea Hcdubn Dbath.—M r. Samuel Rolpli, a worthy cititcti of (Jue< n Anne s comity, residing Chester river bridge, died suddenly, of heart disease, on Sunday morning wyek.* Ile wa» in Chestertowu on the previous afternoon, appa rently in the enjoyment of good health. Ho a way —Mr. John McCaulley'» horse away from tile Howard Ho Thuisd.iy of last week, with an empty buggy, and made a great clatter, and frightened stores of people. He nt lust took tip a* Mitchell's mill, on his »ide ; the I u.'gv ditto Nobody hurt. Klk'on, Tut Diorr.sr <»r Easton.—T it •sc of KiStw c. il count f>u ih.it tl.t or them is in North k. on Tuesday, the » it is proposed lo ratic Sassafras Parish, 7th ol th tot t r consccrutv 'lie uc ol the In.. w St. Stephen'» Churcli. Th i»ler:itilc di the Democrats of Wyc allons, ami liiere i is c ti.ifaction among county with thr alk of calling county not another co «union. IIoesk Srot. uable ho .— Dr. Il II Mitchell had a his r.i The tliicf helped hi d bridle and left for parts nnktiow «Urion» »r ol Jas. .McCullough, Esq . ight la«t week, but it was <|i d extinguished before >1 »»«dr.* fri ar Klktnn. elf to day night »Idle I drei set tirr thr stm-ke hou Klkton. o errd h harm w. : Mr W C. Chance, of St. Michaels, shot a bald eagle last week, which rasured sc« iglied 15 |Niunds. fvci six inches frutn tip to tip of its w ing*. Jolm Audrew Jackson Creswell. This notability from Maryland is at this time in the i'al.iuct of tic ud has been them for four years before thin • me, iu the capacity of Fostmaater cral Hut, because the General this position f»*r some cousin, or other r la live, or, pcrcuntico, because the General s advisers have intimated that Maryland m not out it led to a cabinet position, being intensely Démocratie, or because, b\ thu subject of tlii« skofeh ••»t!y dt sires S. not«.rial honors and cotise ». than t 'abiuet honors, cause. Utiknowti to th>' pen au»li»l:ittt f-*r el (sell wants it max i«*ru earn it .|ti : or. from » in pie. ho i 1 f» i ni to th«* I «-.ir«- hia 1 i lit I'd S To it.'H 'onsite j : »i »ri. w !» it: h affin» t < » have itii favor int iu th* t the ID publican V party. uica«ures uru alrra»)y being taken t«> ae ro a majority iu the Legislature of Maryland that shall cast fiail«*U in hi* name. Wherever there is th schism io Démocratie rank», and an indu d.nt ticket about to he f«»rm*-d, the IL puhlii uns have made the candidates on that ticket their hearty support for every county (the Indépendant») (the Republican») tw rhiis will give Creswell a majority in the L'-gialuture and secure his election This much then they will first secure, the send ing of a Republican Scustor to Washing ton from this .State alight««» !" vert urea to giv. office, if they give thorn will hut Assembly men In tli» second place tliev will call a ('on-titutiooal Convention, if they find thnl th«*y have a working majority in lit«* Lfyitdxturc Urge enough t ernor Why to* t veto, which would at*ured !y Lo put upon the act calling a Conven tion. verride Gov This is the little game o»w being play ed in this State and this county by our Radical friend* Tho first thing we nvk is. arc the pmplo ready to permit this lit t lo game U* sueeerd ? \V<* think not. aLdiii Andrew .f:irk«on Fn-swell can in a representative «•f th<* Mary Im I peuple in the n<« E«*tis** of tli<* w«»r«l. be oh nr act« Fuite.! Sut«*» S.'tiatf Hi* » arc not •ltd hit politic« :»r more nkin to th«- puritanical Hiitb riaui of New Kng land than to the simple w .rin-li »rtcdtie*» of Maryland. II«* must not go there, nml i tho people inuat block hia little game by not »eliding dulftfntcx to the Legislature who will vote fur'llitit —TmeMarylantirr. oar vi Tint Hoop Hast! it« or tub FAimtKg —Th«* New York Herald says: "Ths good results of thcio failure»— for oven <li»»st«r often bring« good—will bo to straighten out tho doubtful enter* prises which have been tho ruin of the unfortunate brokers. Kver since tho 1 war it has but-n tbu cuatuiu with many leading hnu«*a. and rspocially with tlima which iC'|uir«d reputation during the war, tu plul the market with bonds of projected rsilrosd«. The auccasiful eonrtntctiun of the Union and Central 1'oritic gave great impeluv to that« project«, and high ratr« of gold interett were promiaed on road« where «cireely a rail or a tie wa« laid. Tka whole thing waa a Lubbln. and it waa certain that all of ths worthies« enmpaules would collaps* in tha and Now thu cnllapaa hia come, and with it involve* the detraction of banking huuare, and possibly of railway nnrpora tinns, which were sound hafuro tbry be came rxlaudrd by their effort« to monopo lisa the entire trad* of tha country. These thing« not only bring failura to lbn«a who undertake them, but the public are viatimissd sad American credit ia aoasdalisad and weakaned. both st horn* and thread, and tspeeially in foreign markets. When the ora«h comes tb* only thing that is consoling is the f "' * h « t ,b * , *" lh»l légitimât« business receives mort atteotion than «bile tb« bubbles worn preparing to burat. Palaraliurg, V*., had oror $'200,000 i* il» suapontled bsnks, aod Wednesday Molllvain* A Oo. aad tb* bank of Palara Inrg war* addad t* Ih* anmber *f sus. p-Dsious. The Shah of Portia hit rsachad hia I capital aad b*an w*U rawirsd. Shootimi) Arr*tn.~ Un Thursday morn ing last, two brothers, llsynolda and Col umbus lleam, stocked ti. W. Samuels, near llardstown, Ky., with pistols. Sam uels defended himself with a shot gun and shot and killed Columbus Beam. Key nolda Beam continued to fire upon Samuels «hen a son of the latter came upon the scene with anellier gun and fired upon and fatally wounded Ilia father's assailant. Mr (in-tun, Democratic candidate for fiovetuor of Massachusetts says the pro hibition laws have tendered to corrupt public inorals. One hundred and fifty-eight thousand pounds were drawn from the bank of Kng land Wednesday for shipment lo New York. Thn revolution in Santo Domingo now Monte Christo end promises fiuaynhin arc in tho baud« of tho revolu tionists. success. I DIKt). Near Middletown. A. Vandegrift, in the 35th year of his age. the 20th instant, Jacob Jlru; ^diTrtittmrnts. S. M. Reynolds, NO. 1 COCHRAN SQUARE. NOVELTIES FOR FALL. In addition to our usually large stock of Goo<!i, we have just received REDINGOTE GOODS, In Fashionable blue Cloth Colors, REPELLANTS In nil the v Cloth Colors, all wool at $1 25. And also, a Hue Assortment of FANCY GOODS, FOR LADIES k CHILDREN S CLOAKS, • CLOTHS, COATINGS AND CASSIMERES Job lot I of Cassitueres froi 40c, upwards . KERSEYS, I 1 >1 WHS. 75 CENTS Tf» $1. 12 TO 14 white noons, linens, *\i» r»:i.T sit hits. \ LAH<!E LOT OK ALL WOOL 10-4 B L ANKETS, $4 Ob $5.00, AND $0.00. Our stock of Boots na * never I $ t 5**. $i **o, $i 5o,'$5 r.|i.nl!rd in tl.ia n Prices. We nil«! call spe ll leg home a ts r I nttrnti«» ad* STlMJA BOUTS ; also, French Kip Primas and French Calf. 300 PAIRS' UnntS', MISSKS' AND Cllll. UltKVS 8HOKS, tiv*«l from th«» manufacturers. Our stork Just OF GROCERIES it full nod complete. PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST We invite buy who scsroli of NEW FALL STYLES, to rail • and examine the largest stock in the State south of Wilmington, mind the fact Hut we »till adhere to the system which we inaugurated of DISCOFNTINU ALL CASH SALES, ON DRY GOODS lo PER CENT " GROCERIES 5 ** And bear i Sept. 27-1 iu. D. L. DUNNING, Having just received over 10UO pieces of WALL Offers them at N< York and Phila prices. Also, a choice lot of SATIN PAPER, .Suitable for Halls, Parlors aud Dining Rooms. O Aïs L AHD BXAMXHB. STOl'K CONSTANTLY ON IIAND. BRACKETS, WALL POCKETS FRAMES, aad everything connected with that Also, a superiur line of STATIONERY, MONOGRAMS, AND MOl'RNINQ PAPER. lint-. BLANK A MEMORANDUM BOOKS or AM* UBStKIPTIOMn. sept. 27-3m. THE TROTTING STALLION LIBERTY, S IRED by Rytdyk*' llamblatonlen, data by American Star, «aconit dam oy MuMnaer Duror.will makaa Fall icaion at tba Middletown Hotel. Midalatown, Dal , comniauclax Sept, jpth, at $40.00 i flo due on »err ice, fsu poyable when tba mar* prove« with feat. Tbia Stallion la «rar ly full brother In blood to Deslar, .Startle, other celehriile*. lie baa «ite, «tyir and col To thoaa who desire lo bread pood «took, offer tbit moat faahiouably brad bora*. IIAMIILKTUNIAN STOCK ASSOCIATION, atpt. U-tf. and or i* Nlddlslowa, Dsl. LOST. I II the »Ireot« ofMIddlelawa, between tb* ho. tel ef J. Q. Lowber and my «table oe Aoder HlIRSK BLANKST, lie liberally reworded by returning •ept n-ai. L, P. McDUW IU The Rnd tm a tree I, a new or will It to TM* SMHKK1S. Minni.rrow.v giui.v market roBancTBD wbbbly by b. t. bva*s. Wheat, new Corn Yell SI 55 .. 55 cts, -.50 " ow White Oats. . Timothy Seed Clover " 40 5 OCf 7 00 Minm.ETowN rRoncct market. eoatutcTSD weekly ey b m. ebykolm. If.. V, et,, n dot. .»Wfr.JSiU, u lb. 10 '• « " Rer« . Hotter. hard. Mr*, fork.. Potitlors, new.... Chickens, spring . I 40 H bn«. 12<$I4 W lb. rillt.ADEI.rNlA MARK ETE. Prime red wheat. Corn, yellow. Oats ( Pennsylvania), Clore race d . Timothy. ft 57(41 5« 59 49 $7 75 4 90 Busmens Jfaalft. Tape \Tobm, Tai*b Womi, removed in a few hours with harmle*» Vegetable Medicine. No fee asked until the entire worm, with head passes. Refer those afflicted to residents of the city whom I have cured, that had been uiifurceMfutly treat*» ed at the Jefferson Medical College, on Tenth st.> bad taken in vain turpentinea, the so-cnlled spe cific-» and all known remedies. Dr. K H. Kuim kel. No. 2 51# North Ninth Street, Philadelphie. The Doctor has ta*en in hiii-iuess for orer 25 arfectlr reliable. Call and see. from a child At his office specimens, some of them over forty feet in length, w hich have been rentum! in lest than three hours by taking one »lo icinc. Dr Kunkel » treatment is simple, safe and perfectly reliable,and no f«-e until the worm,with head, passes Pa K. F. Kt'NKKL, 253 North Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa. Consultation by mail or at offbe free. [39-39 »I i years, A»ivi.efrfc. Removed tapsw six years old, measuring 2<> fret, can he »«• f tiis tnrd For the best (lour and feed at low prices, calf FDA RD t CUM KG VS. on r.oo YARDS BEST PRINTS In remnants, suit able for quilts, nt II cents jier vnrd at 8. M . RKVNOLD9'. For the reiebrated Monitor and I«ykeas Valley Coal nt low prit es, call on Foard a comegym. it Bond« Notes and other Legal Blanks application ni the Taxuscairr UT Judg n be bnd fice. For the crlehratcd Hamilton Seed and Phos phate Prill at nufaiturrr s prices, call ou FOARD A CuMEOVS. Labels for books, parkaget, boxes, Ac., print on fine gummed paper, can te had at the eBce of the TMASiHBirr. • ! For Wui. M. Bell's superior Drain Tile at ufacturer • prices,call Foard a comkgys. Busin«»« Tard». Leiter and Bill Heads ofti-'e as ueatly aad the Tha rd a P» . Sieaply ns can be done elsewhere. For thr Hagerstown G (Mill, in and Phosphate F« »ARD k CUM EG* 3. II «> Ft all kinds of job priming go to the Tsas l »til c. No. 2 Mackerel, $11 00 per fierrvl. 8. M. REYNOLDS. Porcelain-lined Kettles. Fruit Jars sod Cans, Jelly Tumblers with and without covsrs. at S M. REYNOLDS'. Black Teas. 50c, 60c, 75c. and $! per pouod. S. M. RE! NULD8. 1 Healing he Wings," snr nl! who have • i-f Dr. N\ i«tar » IGlsatn » f Wild Cherry curr«l of ri-ughs. colds, lluenx-t or consumption. The prudent ««ill always keep this standard rem edy fiy them. ade I« •re throat. •liiliv One hundred dot »«.ft finish Whits Spool Cot* toa fur the .Sewing Marin ns, 55 touts p«r dus , % tents |»er spool t at S M. REYNOLDS' t Pure Fresh Congres» Water, Dim t from Saratoga Springs, lor Uhl» bs $ M. REYNOLDS. Gent» Dog-Skin Driving Gloves, S. M REYNOLDS. T. A. McCLELLAND'S Auction Hoom*. Buy your Furniture, Mattressrs, Ac. of T. A, Mrl'lrllend, 1210 Chestnut Street. Handsowe New Furniture fur parlors. Bed Rooms and Di« niug Booms, At Auction Sales, every Monday and Thursday, nudsoM at Private Saies at Anc* lion Prit e*. All goods warranted. Furnitur* carefully Packed and Shipped. PUBLIC SALE. Will fis said at Public Sale, ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1st, 1873, At "Cottage Home," I«erels, Del , the ft.Mowing property, to wit : Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, 'low nud Wagon Harness. Hi idles. Collars, one Wugmt, l Peach R.u k —hold 80 baskets, 1 bold 65, both new; i MIR Wagon, l Excelsior F Reaper and Kower Combined, I Pioneer Stump Extractor. ! Drill with Phos* phate Attachment, ! Mix Ilona paired ; 1 Ponnock Hand Corn -power, newly re«. Shelter, ONE VANWINKLE GRAIN FAN, 2 Grain Cradles, 1 Scythe, Mon ing .Scythes, lines, Nhovcls, Forks, Corn Kuives. Briar 8*y the», 3000 Peach Baskets, Peach Ladders, Berry bralea and Baskets, 1 Cook 8tore, 1 PARLOR COAL STOVE 2 Shnnt*. 5 Milrh Cows, all well broken and good milkers, 6 Colts, SIX HORSES, all good farm and wagon horaea, well broken and gentle. Good Cider Vinegar by III« gallon. The wood leaf of 12 acre», Cash. TERMS.—-All sums of $35 and under, Cash; on all sums above this amount a diacannt of 5 per rent, for Cash, a credit of three months will fie given AM-Tbe Parra will be far rant naît yaar. Sapt. 10-ÎW JAMES P. ROTII WELL MIDDLETOWN MARKET HOUSE. T 'llE Undarslsned would rwpedfully annouoro to the public that be ba» taken tha atom I™«« «» *orth Brand St., Middletowu, Dtl., formerly occupied by Turlor A Son, (having bought out t bate lot«m*t|. where bo will keep *L ways oo band a wallmelactrd «tack of choice Groceries, Fruits and Proriiiona, aa wall aa a full aupply offrnli Vegrtablaa, Ac., la reason. Util aad aaliafy rourarlrr«. Julyll-lf. D. W. RLIASON. C. MAiSEL, TAILOR, (From Paris), MBI ChMlnnt Mrsst, PHILADELPHIA, »- 1 ,