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TOWARD KRTNOLDÄ, Rorroa.
SATURDAY HORNING, OCTOBER tl, 1M3.
DeftrtnfM /• nil ; Ohmqnionê to now.
7E=T
The Evangelioal Alliance.
Th# «reut Coufurancs of Evanfclicnl
• , . ,, ,
Cbristiats of ftll ilenomwailunn assembled i
«■ **•' "f " b « »«*7 -»■ !
tag. 3d law. Tb* great hail waa daoaelv
Daeked and the u.bera were ublined to
par. cu. .no Hie U UM> wire uuugc to
sail In th* aid of th. police to keep back
. , •
lhaero-j rile greate.l cnllia*ia»m pre
Tailed. Among the del-gale. wer« many
j. . c a
of Inn moat distinguished divines n| A
Micrtcaa tod foreign oharehea. The Kng
b .
Ibh ebareb had her representatives, a- '
MIODC whom IS m»*ntionod the I>ean of
, , 1 a t# i pi i *ii 1
Canterbury. Lord Alfred (. htirrhill and
Mr Dana. Sec , of the British Branch of,
ibt Alliance. Germany was represented
In the persons of some of her most learned
and celebrated tbeologinna, anion » 9l»om
Vr Kruiniuacbur, Dr Caul ...
Dr Parker, author of "Kccc Boos.
From Sunny Italy nnd dissolute France;
from Holland nnd llussia, nnd from far
tb« Ramcfl of Dr. McCoab. I'rcstdeul af
Prinrwtun Col Ioffe- l > r»>f llavraoml of
I rittcatun R* . r . m ml. f
Vaaaar Cullcg* ; H*r. S. Irenæu» Prime ; 1
IU*. J«ho Cultou Smith ; lieu. II Stuart, j
♦ f l'biladvlpliiu ; llcv. Dr. Taylor, of t lie
m. i_ ». i> ». 1 » w;,. „r \i...
Tabernacle, Hobt L \\ mthrop, of .Main
and Chancellor Bates, of Delaware. ,
, , , iii * 1
" a®n tn« delegatus were asscinbleu in
I
t . I
vat prestntod. lh«ir appearance is thus
Tb« eye wamlerod from th« flowing
locks of some doctor from the Scaudina
,i. n p.-niniuh to.li, bl.rk-b».«<l euun- •
•«nance of the rrotrstant missionary at
Athens, while sortie big and burly clergy
man of tho Kstablisbed Church in Kng- j
land might be seen sitting beside a petit, I
spectacled clergyman from Germany,
mengst the throng was particularly con
spicuous the turbaned head and flowing
Oriental garments of thc converted Drab
min. H**v Naravan She»lia«li, of Bombay. -
lodia, while the Fr»*i)chm« ti w**re noticea-J
ble for appearing in evening dress instead (
of the customary high-vrated clerical garb :
The greater dignitiaries. of course, were
I
!
• ». t .i •. .-a • . • !
■«•7 ln.ha ; from lire «cientibc »cnnn.ru.«
of KJiuburg. uml from "uppronscJ" Ire
land, delegate» were »«nt by variai!» re
ligion» bodic» lo attend tnd lake part in
tbi* unirrrial gatlicring of Clirivtian».
Among the American delegate« appear
lb* Hall a curious <J i v p r»i - t of nalinnalilit»
d«feribr<l by the N V World:
A
tested on the stag«», Dr Wool sty, the
permanent
trt. while
prcsi.h-ul. occupying tho cen
Lord riiurchill.
Winthrop, of Massuchtisstts, and the other
»iee-prc»i'leni» »nt nt. either btnd. the
Detc of Tanterhury. the author of"hocc
Dsus Dr. Kruiniuachcr, Dr. Stough
ton, and tha remaining speakers of the
K»»ion turroumliug th.M. 1
fX-Governor
:
The mreling *«. or^»ni»eil tiy ihe *e
leetino «fWlii. K Dodge,K»<| , 1'ietideiil
of tUt American branch of thc Alliaoct,
at temporary chairman, nod the exercise»
began with thc ninging of thc long metro
Doxolgy, the whole immense throng join- |
ing iu the 11711 m, «ult »plundid effect
Fr»yef WM «lieu offered by Uct. Dr j
Hodge. of Princeton, aaking tho Divine
bleniog and guidance in the deliberation» ;
of Ibe Cunfcrcnce. A Tier the reeding of j
„ r .» t» • . » .1
n portion of the Scripture* and tho re
wealing of Ilia Apostolic Crecvl by the
L t rt » .1 » » »• 1
Dean of Canterbury, the whole audience ;
joining the liymn "All heil the power of
. . v- ♦» . » .
Jeans Name, was sung amid the utmost
* • »
enthusiasm. At it* close thc temporary
chairman. »V«. K Dodge. K», . dolirar
cd a abort addresa explanatory of the ob
je«, ot the Conference, which be ..id waa
far the purpose of promoting the welfare
• .. pi • „ p» M « .1 , . .
of the Christian Church throughout the
world aod for the extension of a frHing of
. rvv. • .- t ».
unity among Christian* of otery denomi
nation aod aect The apeakar then ex
tended a cotdiil welcome to America to
th* furaign delegate»
A« the elote of Mr. Dndga'i addre*»
I ha committee nn permanent organixalion
reported tha fulluwiag :
PaaaiDxxT —Thou. WooUrj, of New
Haren, Cunu , ei-Prre., ot Yala College
Fire./Ve»i'<<ent» — »»'. F. ilaremeyar;
Lord Alfred Churchill, of London; Kob
•rt 0. »Vinibrnp, of Maaiaebuutt» ; Fra
Oaaar J. A. burner, of (iermanp ; as
U w a araar Harkinghan. of Cuonacticnt ;
William K Dodge ; H. H. Stewart, of
Virgiaia; tha Iter. (Jeorge Flieh, of
Prauaa ; William H ti roe« beck, of Ohio ;
F. T. Frelinghttyten, of New JerMr ; F
R Hraaot, of Feanajtlrania ; »Villiaat H.
Aapiawall. Alaxit Cornwell, D D ; Wil
Ham Claflia. Maa»achn»eit» ; Profeeiur
Jaaeph llenrj, of Waabington ; Charte»
Haas, M. F., of London: fra Harri», ot
Mew Teak; Georg« H. Smart, of Phil
adelphia ; Chancellor Daniel Hale«, of
Dataware; prafeaaor Philip Sohieff, of New
; Pater Parker, of »Taahington; El
H. Ptwdlrton, af Ohio. Job a C.
ot Maryland ; and Mayor 8. 8.
of Broenlin.
The Baa. 8. Irenmna Prima,
«f^dwTwrk^
; rm. W*oU*y. m Ukiug Ibo ehilr,
JSloM « Him w p—i i ag th*
V* «ha Satag rt aa, aai rotnralag bu
i Ur U* haaar aaaSSraS ipoa him.
I hr tha g s M aSaa af tha 0 a a fc r »aa«
a— « ... . _j _ ,
■w •W—i ■** • aaaiwiuaa oa
Utah gun a (Minus, oft or »kink tko
"
mnttmif raai s lattap f)aa
•it
9lie Arch'buliup of Canterbury of Kng
I .
l#n<l :
The Conference bat continued in eet*
,
aion all the week. We regret that our
p p ,c * -h ■<* .il- u. «o gi.o. K.... «.
landed «coonoi ot (ba proceeding». h
cr.
our
mut
Local and State Afiaira.
Josses' Prsth «'sailer.
It affords u* mtirh pleasure to add our testi
mony to the wokili t»f the peach culling machine
invented by
A. Jones. Mr. J
study ami unremitting labor upon
neighbor ami friend. Mr. John
spent murli time in patient
•hine the
>»»« »'""'i »Iterlii« and arranging the rariuu» „f
l«fi» 0BII1 at Nil hr liiceecded in building un
instrument w hich lie l»elieved would answer the
Taking lilt Oilier. In III toi .fared .law. j Bn
ji" n " T 1 *'.* np J , UU 5 |M ?
|hf p rnio , u | ftj during peach «e»,on. .ml mudr "
pr.ni.-al .jl.ibil. of il. working, in lhe orrh.r.l.
.n-l among the fruit of »eeeral prnmlnenl grow- «
rr , „n „I whom, to I.eliere, «llhuul a eiagle
fAOPptlon. hesitated not to pronounce it a valu«
b|e acquisition in preparing peach es properly for
market, and ma nr proved tlicir words he their
deeds by at once ordering tiischines to t»e built nt
lor them for the next seasoo. Mr. Jonos lias.
' nunn r 11 « testimonials from growers Who wit-!
nwsed the «»inrattons of hi« • Assortcr, all of |, t
* hich ta*« t is % that it will readily, worktd tiy one get
man. with two boys to carry the fruit tonn«! (J
fr '* m »'• ' »f thousand baskets
<it |niu*Iim |»er day, and do it far better nnd
more satisfactorily than it could l >0 dote by
licsiiles his P
also invented a Stump Puller which boats
thing wf the kiu<i wer before produetd.
^ "'1 «
personal exertion in raising the stump than has.
lur<
hum!.
h Culler. Mr. Jones has
M
C.
I
of
H (
*. r,r *
Some scoondrvls effecie I an entrance into the | ,
store of S li Stephens k C«. . on Tuesday even
iug last und robbe«! it of a tonsidersble amount |„.
«if valuable«. Ihe ras.-als lir»l broke into the , f
whrelwright n, "l Blacksmith shop of Lee A
Hears ami stole therefrom augurs und other in- , (
struments wi*h which to get into the store. They Jlt
M'eu Itorrd a pi«<« II inches by 1.1 inches out of , ,j
thc t .lu..r I.l ti.— ,i..r* «ml mao*«.! I.v
1 r*»iliimr in to .ir«w tin- botta «mi ih- dour *
j XIÄ M? '
themselves to various urti« les of « lothinr, su« di us ,
hats. I oots. coats, vests imio pints; they, also,
appropriated a watch, some knives, a pistol and
, 0, bcr «rthdes . >
1 Stephens store appears tn be the favorite re
sort «.f thieve*, eitlur !*«■ -cause Ins stmk supplies
I them with such nrti«ic* a« they want better than \
I the others do. or from some other cause Only
last Winter this store was rotibe.l. and though
ike theft was traced to known pnrtirs. the s«nun- ;
»Ircli were not caught. W beiher the thieves
were the »am« this time ns l*forc is nut known. !
If Mr S could only catch the villai
• «.hl ^ "
them w h.» t they'merit, and also confer a benefit
upon the community,
j
I
in-» i
- fif w
l,l J t
( j,,.. ,, n .| .lirertlr
: tlmPfirc
"rising Plmnix-lik«? from
I dance before our eye*. tJri
! learn,
been attained i
Icrstnml Mr. J. intend* to give
l make a practical test «»I 1» is Stump Puller
! some time «luring th« fall. We pre«lict t«»r Mr
} . |lk . utifu , tu p .,.„ wjlh h „ invennuu..
We
■xhibitiou
extractor.
ut their
1
i I
1
1
! ihe cry start'd .
ill haste for the s«encof «langer. Join- ;
ith the crowd and inquiring where the
were greeted w ith the rather tinplen»
»tii rt tint i
Alarm of Pire.
Wednesday
t MoMldow *i w « r«* startle«!
of " Fi
dock
About half past eight
evening the citizen*
l-v th«- alwnvf alarming
Ol .nurse cvervbu.lv who her
at
was at S M . Ile»
I
build
« fWce i«
i«l stole, »re th.oigbt
«I visions of
•r the
-ornfortabty close.
began to
our delight to
• I'liiug the store, that the «langer wm
P- r " HM,t <**l , l* ,, le«l
XV.'/'n'Tl«o".-'..hn?. W nr .'h.
nit it is Inrd
caused the
'hi n F°°'l d^al of datuag«-. l»'it. fortunately, the
1 ,irp »"• c «" B * ,,l,b#d ,rf " r " murh h " r ' u WM
co.il oil lump,
er. The farts
one of the clerk*
using In the clothing de
fa lieu off thc
d from the di
wl.
prt
find out At any rate the lamp
1 for a time threatened to
i-.hi.-f,
. not, however, before n pretty
1 « considerable «•
•k FI
big alarm ,
«I had gath- j
Kxlinguishers were !
terrible i* their irputatiuu !
•nt out wen before they
: «i
eiv.n
The Rat
brought out, but
'hat the fiie
' ,1C,r "l*l ,c l,,4, '
|
j lo ' Ä/Ä.-er-Jol.« I-. Allmend
f#>«»Rif Viatrr — S N Williams,
; " r 'Z'l .IhZiZ ImZILL r»Ur.l,»ll.
j (a'nml .Wrtury— Wm. S. Ilayn.
(irnntt Tmxtunr —Charles llt-al.
The Grand offber* riect wen- installed,
The next sea*ton will he held in Wilmington,
1 on the first Wednesday of October, 1874. to
; vel.i.l, time ihe Cr-.ml I-u.lije, „ t « V. U , ad- ]
j<>"rur'l.
The Eptirnnsl Wnntfny Srhool Gnlherlng.
, ... ,
The *eron«l annual gathering of »he F.piscnpal
Sabbath Schools under the auspice* of the Sun
ftj **$ XToUo ^JX': T
orrj re»|iect o pliuinni nlfilr.
«.„Un
were of an interesting character. Addresses
were made l*v Bishop Lee, of Delaware, Bishop
Hlrrrnft of Pennsylvania. Rev Dr T »v ing, of
New York. .Secretary and (»encrai Agent or the
Board ol Mbsion* of Kpi»«op.»l church Over
!
M
'
I
.
;
A. F. A. M.
xxxrxi. com mi* mica Tins or nit: (iRAXD 1 01 »*; r or
r nrricrns.
I»»:t AW.vuK--Kt.xr
At the annual session of the Grand Lodge of
. A. F. A. M.. held last week, the fol
were elected
Delaw;
The church,
filled
in the clmnrel. The ad
twvnty tninislem
dresses were inter*|»ersed with music, both vocal
and Initrumental, which was very finely render
« d.
;
of
of
;
ot
of
C.
8.
Raw Advertlsrmrati.
Mr. Sewell S. Holton gives notice ia another
column that he has pur« based thc interest of D.
W. Kliasnn in the Middletow n Mnsket H
that Its will hereafter keep a full supply of every
thing that can be deal red for the table.
Mr. H. lias commenced business ill the proper
spirit, and promise« to conduct it with becoming
cncjuiy. A well established, permanent market
houle In Middletown, where the wants of the
people
and
always l*e supplied, would he a great
convenience, not only to
own |»eop!r, hut
also to those of the neighboring towns where
such accommodations cannot he had. and we
feel assured that if Mr. II. can continue as he
lias begun, his efforts will be appreciated, and
his run of custom w ill be large.
Mr. Jackson Briaut, the new proprietor of the
" N vtional," took formal possession of that
house on Thursday, Mr. Morton retiring. Mr.
Brian!, from his long experience in connection
with Davis' Hotel in Philadelphia, tliotoughly
understands the mtxiui «ya-rm'/i of hotel keeping,
and we feel assured that the well establish«-«! rep
utation of the National as a most excellent hotel
will not suffer in his hands. Read his card a
mong our new advertisemeu'*.
Peach Growers, read Randolph Peters' adver
tisement of ihe Kvrly Beatrice Peach. This is
said to l»e the very earliest variety of |«rarhes
known, ripening lull two weeks »miner than the
Hal« ; ana it is a far better peach than the latter
at It will carry well and Is much less subject to
With this and some new late vaHetlea
that he has, Mr. Peters claims that the peach sea
son can he lengthened from three to four week«,
which would he of great advantage, as tbs ear
lleat and lnteal varieties almost always command
th# blggcet price*.
L. G. Graves, as agent for Jn*. A. Hatton, will
oflhrat public sale, nl Kennedy»die. Md., on
Wedneemy th* 32d inst., a valuable farm near
Lynch's station on the Kent Co. E E. Rend
the adve r t is ement.
r.it
bu
. ...
8. A. Whitlock offer, » good dwollina homo
oa ennuinlng •».» room», In Mlddlnovn, for rent.
tko I» b art uvton Ibol houar» ora for rrnl In Wddlo
Mrtka »« ibb anotm of Iho jonr, »ad »nyoM la
1 «mm ot* <»omag omM apply m m.
Odeaan Itrm*. I
... ~ . .
. „ frroW -F °-— u,rrr, t , T ^ 1 . ' 'y
^ C. Corbit, h*q. lia» movo.1 into his new and rd
rmmuodiom hous«-, a hick ia nearly fin ishsd and
which adda »o mm h m the np|*v«v rance of our |
h „ jtl „ hi. yacht .ml ,..u ..t
cr. Vf• .Ml 'hem . Uppy »ni pro, perou. voyage
dur hotel i< doing n Ihrlelng hu.inru, nnd
our rrtimntde friend, lhe proprielnr. i» dulng
mut h lu advance .ur intrreata in lu. liue uf hii.i- !
oitltin
ness,
The (Ties* Club, whose retrent has I
the recesses of the grove around tbs homestead
„f the prnidrnt.h.i,l*cn -i
orfalllh.litmnnMuiniurMM.pl
unter atmosphère
„.«.I , .. I
Bn ,l preHy fence in from of hi. r#,id.i.r,..«hlch
grra 1/ iibpruvw th. »,.pe.Mnc. .1 th. property 1
" - , n . , ul
I ur_eitl*e.,. h.re hernme .omenh.i .rru.ln.n- wi
« In Ihe rumhie or thut f.mmlrr .ml no longer
«".r ««« J prayer-meeHi.«. I« g.ae al the
wonder, but pa«« it by on the other side.
Our friend " Abygale'' Hyatt, is still doing r.
flourishing business, in the confer! innere IS
nt bis old stand, and offers the highest prici
furs.
o,,r industrious friend, Mr. K. Mailler, i
|, t | S ||jr engi\ge«l in husking his eon and ho|
get through soon in order to gather hit bumpkins,
(J f which he has a tin«.* crop
The Northern f'onvo« ation ef the Pin«
,1 h* 111 .-.pi.roo.il
- — ,,nd pie.in
coiild be found wilhiti the walls
lor
rr
,u 1
I
er
of
to
Northern ('onvnrsllon, K.sstnn Dtorese.
* o f ..
Kaston, P. L Church, met in St. Stephen s
church, near Cecil!
Wednesday, 7th
ml
. M.l .
j ami Sill inst. The lit. Hev. II.
y, Bishop of the diocese was present, and
present Itevs
C.
iresidid. Ul the Ciergy the
I A Skinner, of Trinity pari h ; S <» Bobert«. »«•
of Chester parish : C J llendley. <»f St. Paul's
I I l* parish : K N Wattsoii, of Christ Church
parish : S I» Hill «»I Shrewsbury parish, and the i
Dean. L S ltu«sei, of St Mary Ann a parish,
t »wing to the lie
previous und the unpleasant state of the weather
tnaav persons from the
| , reV cn 9 efl from »tttendinf the owning services
file !..Honing dav. I.owncr, quitea goodlv
|„. r ngii .,uble«l. iuriuditig clergy ami lay delegat«-» !
f rufn ol tilt- « hm« li*-*« «»I the «lio«-e»r. Alti-i
morning prayer, ami sermon by Itev Mr HvaiPey
( »»gual itusine»« «»f the ! 'on vocation was Irans
Jlt . |>4 i |„ t |„. , vi ning 1 » very interesting mis
,j klMlirv meeting was held : aildr«s»ea being de- ,
Hv.rrii In uc.irlr nil ihr tlfryviui-t. prrtrni. «M-r
* 1 , 1 , 1 , i u „v„. ,ii„n ...Ijôut n . . 1 . Tl.o n.xi j.
umK'ra'.n* .„«.i., j
improvetnents Besides .engtheuing Hie main
building twelve feet, several more windows have j
„„„ted. nil of whi« I, are now tîothb .nnd a fine
spire nearly lOO feet high «reeled Thc interior «
presents a uent and churchlike nppesrante. The
ncw rcrvss-clmn« el. 18 feet iu length and can la in
\ n£ n haieDome tiothic window, adds greatly to
the general «dr«-« ;, and. viewed frt-iti thc main ea
trance, is decidedly bar.df
"
»•! I 7 hu
; rain the «I.
I night i
I
•igbhoringp:
is hev
,
j
j
A NrmniKi.
n a part «»f the front wall of the
Stair House, n l«*w «lavs since, the w«irk
a brick
In taking «I
J I
wliicli w
in trke«l
,
both side*, the letters and figurr« 1 I Bell, the
The inscription looks as if it had
I »ecu cut in the clay and burnt in the brick.
The date refers to the
March 17 h.-h By reference to a
««nice of the Ih'siistcr of Wills, in
will ol John Bell, of the to
s proved in 1 7î*3. A* I
rc»«-n'c«l by the same rh
doubtless, pi;
wlieu this was done,
re« or J in the
titer« find the
of Dover w hich
•«I to I
t«r. the brick wu»,
I there by Mr. Bell. -VtitH'irfun
.
1 .1
•p
l«onrinR on (lie Street t nrnm.
•body has ported a
ail notice
veral «»f the street corners giving
something that standing
the corners hereafter will be prohibite«).
don't know who the author of this brilliant idea
is. but presume the intenli«
people frr
iwn for con»ersation.
allowed to gather iu as big c
wish to.
tree*.
Ac .
tu e to souiehod »
W.
to prevent white j
sernbling in companies of
Thc negro«*
- t
unllv !
«is us th« » \
Wvivlilrit Dealh.
Mrs. Hetty K. Vandegtift, w ife of lion Leon
id Vandegrift, ex-Htate
suddenly la«t Tuesilny She w a- t.» all appear- I
ante, in goo«l health in the morning and went a* |
haul her customary duties ns usual, but at
idenly stricken with nppo* J
as nt on«c Miiniiionid.
r side be fourni she
relief. She »lied n few minute*
•nator. «lied vei »
,
o'clock she w
idexy. Dr. Hamilton
but when ko reached h
beyond littmi
past two o'clock, P. M.
j n i»vitiimr
] ,"|> „„ere.i .,1
KarrlfTnllljr.
' Candidate* for tin- Sheriffality, "subject to the |
I noniiiiaiiou of the Republic
"gathering thick and fast like lightnings from a 1
. Summer cloud,'* all anxious to serve "the «I
; people." The last issue i
candidate who wishes to "go iu and wiu with
out a party.
I'
*'inde|»end«
!
:
Tlianks.
Mc. I» Robert?, K*«j . sent us a basket of
•ck for which
very fine apples Inst
edge
iu know I
(hunk*.
N. M. Reynolds thanks the citiz.cn» of Middle- '
town for their timely assistance the other night,
that fire . and
go him halves.
we were cousid
fttlnor Topic*.
The C mmrrcml is very modi worried because
some Wilmington applicants for hotel license
lore |.ul.li»hr* 0«lr null.-», iu H.r T«A»».K,rr. ;
We presume men will advertise where they please !
without seeking the advii-« of the t'umtnernai on [
The Levy Court will meet at New Castle next j
Tur,d«Jf, Util lut.
the subje« t.
Ths friends of Rev Dr. McCabe will be grati
fied lo learn that l.c Iris received and accepted a |
call lo Trinity Chur« h. Chainbersb.org. Pa. one
cVi 7 JrUuü'» 7 lîr mU, ' d " ir " bleCb,,r,:hMi * ,h *
('•arts Is» Delaware*
The Sussex county courts open
Get. 13th: Kent.
New Castle ou Momlay, Nov. 17th.
Monday.
Monday. Get. 27th, aud
Maryland Affairs.
The lin»nei»l pnnic hna renrhed Kuaton. The
.Vi.r»,»: The rll,J,.nk. l,.e. .topM p.jin K
currcncv on their own « hecks, until thc finan
rial panic is ovrr, the Riston National (Link has
been compelled, in self-defense, to decline for the :
present paying »ut money on these foreign
Ärn^r:!! o r ,r,r n SÜ 0 .r-. , . ,, „.°:." ' ™.* :
bank Is managed o if ihe most conservative prin
ciples, and is as sound as a gold dollar. There
will be some inconvenience to farmers in not
getting the money for the grnin they «re selling
to Baltimore, but if the city banka will not pay
their checks it is not to l«e expected that
bank can advance the money for them,
would l>e well for farmers to slot» shipping grain
until the money market in thc city is easier.
It
ivs : We understand
been taken to make
The Newtown Gni'tte s
that enough slock has now
the building of the pr«»jeeted large hotel at Hlae
puxent Iteach a fixed fact. Negotiations are now
pemling looking to the purchase- of land, and
we may expect soon to hear of the building of
the hotel uud extension of the railroad nrress
the bay. The charter of the companr requires
$25,000 to be raised before commencing opera
tions. This amount has now been sulutcril'ed
and more, too, it is said. There vere$2.6oo
subscribed in Somerset county, $3,000 in Wl
romiro, $ft,QOO In Worcester, and one genllemao
of Baltimore, Robert J. Fowler, took $ 6,000 of
•lock.
A dispatch from Cambridge, announces the
dealh at his residence in Dorchester county of
the honorable Themas King Carroll, who was
the Governnr of Maryland in 1820, forty-fonr
years ago. Mr. Garroll waft the oldest surviving
Governor of the State, aud the only one of those
remain log who were elected bv the LcgUInlurt
when thc term of ofBee was for one year. There
were four other Governors elected in 'he same
way tubseqmntlv, the flrtt one elected **y the
I propto under the change of constitution being
Wllllmu Grason, in 1838. Mr. Car ru II hua quist
' 'y *" reliremrnl for many years. respect
rd t»y hia fcllow-citiaens, and new déparia ata
green old age.
| _
SÎUdld îi^uTtaTu,- "'n"! Hnl^.n'nm thM
[J* T^rJîürl Si
rruila llmn fur paaclir,.
!
eolton
Wheal,
Corn
Qgl
A fatal shooting accident look place at Free
Sat nrdav last. A
Glover
town, Somerset county,
of Sjiencer Dennis, aged c!
absence ««f hie parents took
walked
years, in the
a gun and
Ben. Walter's , where Ben's niece was
I the gate. The gun was dischargeai,
how, nnd the load entered the
Sunday. A
l
I
. ,
1 .mli.I.ie. fur l.omptrol'er uml rirrh of the t'ouri
ul Appeal., lute l.ublUlied u notic ih.i liiev
wi || „„i .nirrlere a ith i...lilir.l meeting, of lue. I
„rd.nlniion» l.v mil.. meeling.. hut »ill
„u,|.e». il,e ^.j.le .1 m of llie luml gall.
erings as they |*m*ib|y can.
„omlior
km
breast of the girl. Sh« expired
verdict of accidental shooting was rendered.
Mess

Woolford nn«I Franklin. Ifemocratic
Prime
Corn,
Oats
Ch 1
TM
Methodist Kpiseopnl ehurrh. at Hising
Nun <'«•« il county, will be dedicated on the lUth
inst. He\ \\ i lium II Chapman, of Baltimore,
wi:| khiii iu 1 I 1 »« ibdicatiiin. n»I Professors
S.mmlers and lt«diia*«in. of Baltimore, will as
1 ,i»i in H
Corn,
Cats,
live
c
musical performa in e«
I The I»;
CJueen Anne « county, opposite Chester tow 11 .
destroyed • y fin- on Friday the 2ftlh ult., togeth
er wiili three head of horses, a colt, a ipmnlitv
of grain and fudilcr, and a lot of bacon ; said
to la* tin* work of an incendiary.
1 slab!» of Mr John Primrose, in
f ..
s
Acqcitted—W ash Hinson, tho negro man
«ho was charged with killing a little negro child
the fartna.f Joseph Biggs,
Sass «»fra» Neck, last summer, was tried
-h r in the Court at Kiklua lust week.
hours
asked
liefer
»«• a tenant In
Ksq . i
lor the
i and acquitted.
!
««unity is reported fa curable : the crop i
he w«-ll matured, wnli 4 line yield «il grain, tut
less (<>d«ler than usis.il, while potatoes will l»e 1 »
heavy yield.
,
* I. , " n '
j. i, 1 "'!. 1 Ml '
j >» Kub.rd.u„. «h., d«lin,d
j Axotiirh Guavur—( iranee No. 3. of Patrons
of Husbandry, was instituted at lUsing M,n. Ce
« il county, oil Fiiday evening of last week.
twentt-Tour charter memta-is. it if called Cecil
Urangc
to
I
ed
kel.
h.v«l
cifics
Th«- (Vntr< ville Of-arrvrr state* that a rnrps of
^ineers ha* arrived „ 1 (Juernstowo fur the |
• ofcomuieii« iug the survey of fivel'hcsa|»cake
1 is tn run frt
i
I '
■I Delaware ruilr
, Lute Point, Kent Island, to la-wcs Delaware.
The
A«l
»ix
The prospe« t f«>r a good crop of
feet
I
tha
pi
h« ,
Mr John Hinders
-»f Newtown, has I ee
ratic county ticket fn
«.f countv lut-crni of Worcester
mail
the uoiuiuatfon.
on
ith
able
Coni
The farm in .Morgan s Creek Neck, Kent emm
j tv. «i-t upied by W A Bramble, was «old
j 3uth ult., t « » J. tj. My«rs for )3,*oo,
Stew.ut farm to II. P. Lut« liens«
t lie
d the
. lor ÿJ.bft".
protracted meeting ut Bay View. Cecil
J I rnuut v Ins « e tse«l, be« susc the niernb
out iu their tin lions
I
ot' tlu
il. I
lice.
, church h.
Much good It
»» bell of four hundred pounds weight
r of the M K. Chur« h
\
has been placed in the
Rising >
-t beg our Iri. R'ls
ntui nuirons to | anion lln* cotnparutite
dearth of rending mutter this week, the
pres* of new udvrrtitfOinents has been such
. flint our columns
of
Apologetic. —Wc
. 1
•p
ufai
liilcl and much in
«
This.
tereattng rea litis* is crowded out
however, is a tutu to which all popul
j
t business jnurtiul.H urc subject
!
» \
A I In ul Ir (II).
On thc sand* which «iMirkle bright
In tiie »unl-cam « goMvn light,
W here thc rolling waters play
Musically all the day
Chattering, tintHg. breathing slight,
T«« a pair «»f sparkling eye«,
Triumphs gaming
I
a* |
J
»
all.
Towkr hall.
Iu .
fr«
-urc to m« cee«l in. « iilirr
Thi* is » Suii
I
|| OUI "Fall Sloek
ail kin's of
cr p.iasuic.
fT- r- some -p endid bargai
riothiug. B iMiett Ac ( 0 ., Tower 111111,518
Market. Street, Philadelphia.
the |
a 1
Items of Nows.
Fl.OOD and Pkstii.knck is Tkxas —
Tho town of liitiipusns was inunilalctl on ,
! Saturday *27 inst , by tin? Midden rise of a {
■k that flows through the place
Twet.tv house* were carried ..way. includ
,i ■ . er » , 3 i .1 1
: mg the post otïuv and contents atnl the
of
I
' «»tore of \Y
^
Is A Cluilaluns and eutifents
M
six persons arc* known to hava been
drowned.
Aiciiikntai. Dkatii or a Kxioiit Tkui-
Sir S.imurl Mc
f Do Mulm
| AK j N 1'n 11..4 |>K l.l* It IA .
»,.,«» k , ...i., -r. .„„l.
; 1 "l' 1 ",,
! * oininniidory, of I ottsviile, I a , uleu
on [ on Oct , *2 from injuries
ing down a dumb waiter passageway in
next j ,| ie .Masonic Temple on Oct . 1. while in
»porli.ig Hie buil.liiiK l.uui. (Iru.hulx, •
prominent merchant, died Oct , *2
ived by fa 11 -
M
a | M t UPP.lt fits' ll«W, Tombs prison. N«-w
one York citv. is How occupied bv Sentinel,
,h * Sink**. 'King. . . ». Hm'J.rick .1
The list has fallen off in
McDermott.
numbers, bul addition* are expected
from recent bomieidea that will restore
on
aud
tlit Mcltcdultt to lusl year's averagu of
twenty.
/uni.nut,'At. «Iahdkn». —C incinnati, like
Philadelphia, ia determined tn have a
The mnliigienl pnrdcn It will he mniiaged
K , ,„,rk company with *3(m.««0. it.
. .. ' - 3 t t
has 8 :, ° ^'nros Une feature of the < incinnoli
the : plan ia worthy of nttentinn elsewhere, the
abodes of the'animal* are !w ho made tn
™.* : r~«bl. .. much n. Mr ».«-r.l
BOMffl
It
prin
not
pay
grain
DkXPISIXn TUX SCHOTLKII.L 'RlVtk —
Thur» oru two thnuaam) and twn huntlrud
•nrkmtn unjrn&otl in detpuning ihr chan
nul at III« muiith nf the Schuylkill rivur,
nn tha nuvr whurvu» and rDvalnr in the
nil rufinuriu» and the »ariuua work» fun
nuclud with Ihn ga» and tranapnrtalion
cnnipnnic».— Vhit. I'rrtt.
Tim rxmioTO« Eiaerni« Coutxot.—
The rlnotinn nf thc Republican caodidalra
fur mayor and nldrrmrn ia cnnlcaicd by
the enneereatieea. nn the ground of groea
irrepuleritiea or frauda, rendering the
election null and cold.
It
make
Hlae
now
and
of
Wl
of
the
of
was
those
There
same
the
,
119 Bit.
At «h» residence of her husband near Mepon
ough, Del , on Tuend«. r, 7th inet.. Hetty R , wifc
of L. G. Vandegrift. in the ft&ih year of her age.
At Willow Bank. St. Georges. Del.. Septem
ber 25th, Let ilia If. . daughter of the Isle Rev. J.
0. Ilow.
llur end po»n.
MAItMIICO.
la Ihr Pmhrlorlan church at Nrwark. on
Wrdnraduv rrunlng. *th In»!., hr Rur «. J.
l-orirr, Mr. Snmurl U Duunollaud Hlm Mar» B. (
Cootlt, all of Newark. 1
Al Columbia , 8 . C., the merehant* nnd
planier, ara Inking alrpta fur tha direct
eolton ahipmenla tn Europe
TH K 9MIIHK1».
MIDtU.KTOWX CHAIN II A It K PT
coaatcTKD waiaieV av a. r. a***s.
Wheal, new .
Corn Yellow,...
" While....
...PI GO
.... ft') eta.
.ft!)
Qgl s.
TOnothy Neetl
44
.4 ftO
Glover
.7 00
MIDDLETOWN IMtOtirCK MARKET
roitflKiTKI» WEEKLY
H M. HKYXUI.M).
,.2b(n g ft ,
.L
Iv
sh«
Kggs.
Butter....
p 4 doA.
U(•• 2ft i ts. (4 lb.
..!'(*«'• ..
Lard.
Mess Pork.
Potatoes,
Chickens, spring.
Ulf« 7% >1 bus.
I2jh»>l4 y\b.
houi
'he
..fl.60(<àl os in
rillt.ADEI.IMIIA MARKETS.
1
Prime red w heat.
Corn, yellow.
Oats ( Pennsylvania).
Ch 1 verweil.
Timothy...
»7
i
...$!i ftll
... ;i 3 :»
BALTIMORE MARKET#
amber.
Wheat. g«»o«| ti
, white.
Corn, yellow...
Cats, Southern
live .
..$1 Oftfw 1 76
c
7'J
64
42 fa 47
>
—t j
iiumnriifi lotahi.
Taps Wohm, Taps Worm, r«
hours with harmless Vegetable Medici
asked until the entire worm, with h
liefer those afTiicted
r cd iu a few j
No fee
I passes
re»idints of th<-< ity win
I have cured, that had been unsu«-« e>«»ullv treat
ed at Ihe Jetle
Med ira I t'ollrjje. oil Truth >t.,
iu turprotine«. thc »<»-* all»-«! spe
Dr. K F. Kun
kel. No. 2ft!) North Ninth Street, Pltihdclphin ;
The lioctor has been in businc«« f..r over 2ft !
rfevtlv reliable fall and ?.«• !
d t.»|»ew««rin from a child i
•asuriu^ 2*» l««t At hi« «fit-« !
some of them over forty )
■moved in |r
use «»f his
h.v«l taken
cifics an«l all km
I :
A«l vi< e f ree,
»ix tears old.
be
•n *pee
1 length, w I
three hours by b.hin_'
Dr hunk« 1 s ti
feet il
? d
• «I
tha
nt is -impie "afe and I
mtil the w
.1 .1
»"!'
pi rfeerly
li

-!«■.
Du K F Kl N K KL
h« , ad passe*
2 .ft;« North
siiitation by
[30-38
Ninth Street. Phihoh l|d
mail
Cv
at ctli. t* !
For the best I!»
id fe«-«| at low prices. c»I|
FDAltD k CUM KG VS.
on
At
ft on YARDS BKST PHI NTS ii
remnant*, suit
I
I
lot
able f«»r quills, at 11 cents per y
:
S. M UK\ M »LI'S .
For the celebrate«! Monitor and Ly kens Valley
Coni at low prices, call ~
Ft)AUD k COMKUV59.
Judgm nt Bands. Note*
npplical
«1 other Legal Blanks
1 the Thasscr.
l e b ».l
tr
lice.
For the célébrât- d Ilarnil'on Seed nnd Phoi*
phalc i'rill at ntauulactuier s prices, call
Ft» A HD A CUM KO VS
I
Labe's fur l ooks, ,->A« , kag**», boxes, . pritit
I e had al the oUi< 1
fine gummed paper, c
of the Tma.vschut.
. 1
For W
ufai turer s prices, «a II
M Bell's superior Drain Tile nt
Ft 1 A KD k O »MEG VS.
Business Cards. Letter
printed nt the Tuaxoviiii't v-fiioa
« hvaplv
d Bill lleAdl
.
V IK.»i I»
!
be done elsewhere.
the Itager.o
Grain and Phosphate '
Ft »ARD A CUM KG ) S.
Fu
Dull, «all
!
For all kinds of job printing g-« t v> the Trax
om.e.
No. 2 Mackerel, $11 oo per I
•»! .
> M REYNOLDS.
Porcelain-lined Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cl
.1*11» Tumblers with and wnhuiit covers, nt
S M. REYNOLDS .
V j
announcement, and has probably sutt« red from
eating loo hastily, thereby >owiiig the seed of J
dy»|«epsia. 1
I ru* ian >y rup will «
pepsiw, as ihousaritls
Black Teas, 50c, GOc, 7.ft« - uml $1 |»er pound.
S. M. HE\ NuLDS.
"Five minutes for Refreshim-nta.'' —Every b«»«lv
who lias tr.v»«'l««l b» railroad has heard the ab
It i« a rointori to know that the Pe
■ the wotst cases of Dy»
re.oiv to testify.
,
{
One hundred do* soft finish While Spool Cot
f ' ,r ,,lt ' Machin«, ftft «J-nts per do* , ft '
1 »eats per spool, at 8. M. Rh\ NuLDb .
1 1 •
!
Furo Fresh Congress Water,
Direct from Saratoga Springs, tor sale by S
M Rh Y NuLDS.

Gents Dog-Skin Driving Gloves.
S. M. K K 7 NO LUS.
T. A. McCLELLAND'S
A. u c t i o ii It o o rn « .
-
Furniture. Mattrfsses, A« of T A.
121!» ''hestnut Sturt Hand*«
Parlors, II« d Room* and Di- !
>.!••*. every Monday j
Isold at Privitta Sales at Am- i
Furnituie I
llu» vom
M rai l fand
New Furniture f«
ning Booms, at Amti
und Thursday .
tiuii Pn«e- All g««*»d- wart allied,
can-full» Piit k«-d and Shippe«!.
,
EARLY BEATRICE PEACH.
II9PBRH Pt'Lt.Y TWO WKKKN EA It LI Kit
THAR ART OT Mit 11 KNOWN VA
RIBTIB» OP I'KACII.
a
Tills variety has I »een well tested in large orch
ards and hundred« of bushels uf this variety put
market in 1872 «ad 1873. and
this,
III» KVi-mt lent il could have, it hat proved
even I -et ter than all that has been claimed fur it.
It is full two weeks earlier thnn Hale s Knrly,
aud frre from rut, and the Cum mission Mer« hauts
of Philadelphia and New Yosk not only say it is |
one of the nvriiust aud best peashes, but one of
tlic best shipping |»eaches that goes on these
markets, and brings mure than duuhle the price
of ativ other peach.
I also offer It) ur 12 other new and well tested
early and late peachea which will make the sea
fur shipping some fuur weeks lunger By
planting my new late varieties the canning
house» can run from une to two weeks longer.
Price List sent free with testimonials and dis
criptiun shuwiug cxRi t rotation in the ripening
of all the new and popular kinds from early tu
that all rau plant that they may ship
every day Irum first to last ofriiwning. Address
RANDOLPH PKTKR8,
Great Northern aud Noulhern Nurseries,
Wilmington, Del.
late
Out 11-31
OTICB.
We, the undersigned, merchants of the town
of Middletown, do agree to «lose our respective
, places of business at 8 o'clock, p, M.. (Saturday
nights excepted) on and after October 1ft, 1873,
to coutiuue until March loth, 1874:
LharUt Tntman. Jr. 8. M. Reynolds,
Hcowdrick à Klinson, W. II Moore à Co.,
H. R Mrphens à Co. K M. Hanson,
J F. Kitason, U. W. W. Naudain.
Oct 11 -1 w.
N
J.
NOTICE TO PEACH GROWERS.
Thu regular fall muttlng or Ihr Pmio ultr
on IWh llruaur»' Amml.iloa »III lw lirld at Dor
J. rr on Tortday th* llvl ta t All llw u rini er,
B. ( »f» iirttomly rrqtu.trd iu Kttrnd «1 tmaincu of
1 lm|iorianee wIU bo tranaaetad.
jfm ^drcrlisriiirntii.
A CAR D.
Robert' B. W i 1 d »,
muMKRI.T or KRMT COl'XTY,
Will l»e pleased to aee Ina friends al
Jones Extensive Clothing House,
ord MARKET STREET, P9ffV.Al>Kt.PNlA.
le ('lothlng, nnd made to order.
and
nt
1
EHT-lleady-i
Oct 11 -3unui
FOR RENT.
rpilK undersigned «»ffers Ft)B BKNT a good Oct
.L |)wi lliiig*ll«4usc ( oiitainiiig 7 good r>
I a cellar. One «»f these rooms has been new- '
Iv fitted up. for a »tore room, with counter and INI
sh« Ives. There is a!»«* n good stable and smoke- i that
Ihr premia«». I hi« proj«erty is near
Posses-j of
houi
'he centre of the town of Mhldlei
imnudiiilely.
in regard to property, impure of
SKW.VhL A WIllTLOrK,
I
a 11 v iiilormntioii
«i
Middletown. Del
Oclll I 1110
MIDDLETOWN
NURSERY & FRUIT FARM.
Peach Trees a Specialty.
V fiill supply of No I I'KACII TltKBS of the
< hoicesi staple varieties. Also, a linnt» *!
quantity «»I Karl.v Hutricf.
earlier than Mole's Knrly.
of the vi
hi* h is two week:
«I bv
•re tr»*» ha«
nt
I
»'••pi
hundred ot Fus*
in the
pro»« n to be
whole lists «»I Peaches
ter'» Needling and some other new varieties. Also
A le
a
APPLE, PEAR, PLUM, CHERRY,
rjranp Small 1
Calaio^ues free.
lWll j ll|f Heat rice, ('.ill
I Sujrnr Maple'
d other fruit tree*.
•) other shade trees,
ornament »I trie*.
Silver
Also. Kvenire
A choice lot of (*»^ 1:1
it Plants. k<.
I ..llr
t« stimoiiul* c
or address
■I
E. R. COCHRAN
MllHH.KTUW N . DELA WAKE.
ot
Oil n tl,
ADMINISTRATORS' SALE.
rsidence
ar Arm
hl it IV*'i
'e, at tl:.
Jt-^i il't, n
vv
ILL be
of the lat». Ja« «i A V.
strong a CroGsiug, «
AM TlliP.l V, YEMHKU 1"». 1B73.
At 11 o'clock, a. m . the fn'ilowiiig pr*qaTtv to
il I.»
P
; M
wit : U hea.l ol g
good mih h c
shoal« J York
peach bed, I f.
grain fan, t gnu l s' m« . I whe
»heiler. I cider mill, 1 reaper
I hay figging. 2 - t waumi g*
tivators. I»ridles ami « » • 1 1 01 « . 2
I half-bushel, l scythe
baskets, I lot carpenter's h
kniv
lot empty barrels
bags, lot ol ba« ou
« a. Vv ». 8 bit hogs, 7
agon«. 1 peat'll wagon. I arge
wagon, 1 sleigh
I bells, I
dull. 1 corn
1 mower corn «I.
. 4 plows.2 411 I
;
age gears
d cradle, 2«dMf |aauli
nils. 1 v
, lo«« spides. .ft barrels vinegar
•I hogsheads, lot ot grail
I
I
HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
Bedsteads, bed* nnd bedding. 1 lot « v r p- 1 . bu
reaus. Chairs, 1 » ««ok stove an I « ».nient-, 1 clock.
I lot
milk p
low «littain*, ta'dt-*. be.. h«i«, buiket«.
. I lot tul s. h d
sh.irev of ths
HU h
id chi. kv
I
key*, gee*
Mutual I..
.* MiddSvt.it
Av
«Id al I
k. f u
will be
No poeiponmu nt
Tenus w ill l e
« I the weather,
day of »ale.
MATil.OA -V. VAMiHUklFT.
.»/ K W A l.KFall,
S M Knot. A,in.
«le ktl
.
.1 lm\n\Hrntnri.
' Get ID is
A VERY VALUABLE FARM
! AT PUBLIC »SALK.
agent for J.i me» A Sut
|T HK
lersigned.
toll. will olhi ■>
«U-, Kent count!. Mb .
Pliidle .'vale, at h'
117.7» .VAN/*.I OCroliKi
• )W
. 1
n ihe Kent mimt»
• or le-.-, all
of Ihe best
I is of the
•|.nM« uf ili<
•'otnrtiient to
«Is
I wheel
ills farm at Ly nch « st il'.
R.iilruail, « «iiiiaiuing D 1 A« h*
tillable This
ncighl'orhu«!«).' in iU«-<«>>:
best uaiural quality ami
j highest imp»«!\ vu.vu».
cli'iiche*.
J of a p.»«t-c*'!i-e. store,
f.irm i.* situatnl in
: Ihe
It i
bools, mills, A-' , wiihin .too
black
.th
frame «I»» riling-hou»« with r.*«(k
-l-iiilding« vcusist of a grann
th vorn crib und stable '
wrjght sh.'ps---»t Lv m h s.
'
F A .'//. .ft /'.S' « «in*i»' of an
Tin: IMFU
rel
ient
building. I •
rv. abo'it 22x33 feet.
lied. Also, carriage,
! home*, nil in ex« ellcut
-si*.
at, uml poultry
u- «1er. lia» ing be
u puiap of >p'endid water
. uill
in 1862.
in the vard.
77 /A' ti:h ms of sa l a: t n a
the babvtic
, 500 cavil,
|Ual NliiiUiil 1 n -1 a I i me
with legal inter«si 1 hereon fivun Jan 1st, 1874,
in be »• < ured by ihe bond of th ■ pur« baser, with
«ecunty approved by ihe under»igm«l.
Person* w ishing lurther information will please
«M Lo» usl Grove, Kent countv. Mil.
L. GRAVFS,
A. Mutton.
tWu
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Agent for J.
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#75,000,00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS ! !
TO BK UlSTSIBt'TKn IM
L. D- SINE'S
«04th REGULAR MOXTUl.Y
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To be drawn Monday, Nor. 24ih, 1873.
ONE (IRANI) CASH PRIX E OF
$5.000 IN GOLD.
Two Priiea SI,000 s I
Fire Prises S 500 ; \
Ten Prises $ 100 » (
Greenbacks I
1000 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(lo all, ) worth from $28 tn $300 each ;
Coin Silver Vest Chains, Double-plated 811
v«-r-ware, Jewelry. Ar. Ac.
Nundter Gifts, Ifl.ooo Tickets Limited (0 75,000.
Agents Wanted to sell Tickets, to whom
Liberal Premiums will be paid. Single Tickets
$ 100 ; Six Ti«-kets $5.00; Twelve Tickets $10 ;
Twenty-five Tickets $20.00.
Circulars containing a. full list of prises, a de
seriplton of lit manner of draw ing, and other
information in reference to the Distribution, will
Ire sent to any
must be addressed to
■AIN orncN. L. D. SINE, Box 86,
lui W. FIFTH SI. CINCINNATI, O.
Oct. 11—ly.
ordering (hem. All letter»
of
$ïru; ^rircrtisfmfnts.
NATIONAL HOTEL,
Opposite R. R. Depot,
HIDDLKTOWIt DELAWARE.
AVISO taken the above well-known' house,
I am prepared '*» ae«*onimodalc my friend#
and the public generally iu first-class style and
nt ren.«unable rules.
Tile Bn* will nlwuvs he «applied with the
choicest Wines. Liquors ami Segur*.
JACKSU.N Hill ANT,
1 'RoPKiirros,
Formerly of Davis' llotsl, IMtila.
H
i'ai rouage solicited.
Oct I I Gr.i
'^^liTH'K.
INI |, Jackson Brian!, do hereby give notice'
that ! shall apply to the Judge* ot the Court of
(letteml Sessions of the Peace nnd Jail Delivery
of New Castle ronn'y, a' the November Term,
keep a tavern in Middle
town. Del., known no the National Hotel, in
Hchool District No ftT.
holders recommend the said application
K It rmhran, (i. W W Nandain.
J H Walker. R«!ward *V Lockwood,
Massey, J. It Ken I in
(jeo Ib-rrlrksnn, l^wis Miller.
II. N. Willits,
Samuel Pcniiigton,
IHT.'t. fora Ik-enee
the following free
Tin
as M«.sev. Jr,
Th.
C. K. An<lc
his
ft A. Cocliran.
B. CJ x Hayes,
mark.
Oct ll-Jw
i.Yi
OTIi'K.
I, 1 Mirer H. Perry, do hereby give notice
that I shall apply to Ihe Judges of the Court of
licneral Set»»
in and lor New Castle county,
nt the November Term, 1H * IS, for a license to keep
Hotel, in
Hundred,
and the following livcholders re« ommesd thesaiJ
npplic.ition :
Kli B. Talley,
J »met A. II. Smith,
Jehu Talley,
John S. licrrv.
a tavern, kn«>
School I'isi i i< I N« —, Brandy wi
us the Washing!
Thomas L. Talley..
Juntes A it Perkins,
A huer I* Talley,
David (». Kurey,
John F. Kelli
George It. Doherty.
John A I .rives
Ch«* rles Leach,
Uc
(MK K.
IN
J I.owber, «Io hereby give notice
that I shall apply 1 «* tlic Jiulge* of the Court of
(«encrai Ses«»ions uf thc P
ot the Stute of firluwarc in nnd for theCi»nnt) of
New Castle, at the Neveinber Term, A D. Iii'3,
lor a license lo kerp nn inn or tavern, know u
the M iddlvtuw n Hotel, in thc town of Mid lie
low n. Del . and the following freeholders,
dents of School District No. U4, recommend the
said application, to wit :
. J
1 Jail Delivery
K A . Coihran.
J II Walker.
J B Fenimore,
Tliutiiiii Massey. Jr.
(». U . \N N.mdaiii, (»eorge De
W. W Wilson.
Sf.iiiuel Peiiiligtou,
U. K. Audersoti,
•kson
K. It. Cochran,
his
Lew is Müler,
U ti. x Bay e*.
mark.
n. t 11 ;:t.
N
tiTH'K
I. B. F Lippincott, do hereby give notice
that I shall apply t« the Jiulge* of the C
General Sefsiaw* of the Peace
of the ?
N« w C.
of
I Jail Delivery
• of Delaware in and for theCaufitv of
Term, A
o\ at lb« Now m 1
I f«*r a li«'.. keep n Snern. called the Odes*«
I Hotel.
I HÎ 3
M.
•t. ()«lessa. Del., sud the fol
lowmg Ir« « hold» r.s n eon.tin u«l the sai«l applica
tion. to wit ;
J I. (»«1. .-on,
M. Dotighten.
It W
K I. M. illy,
C. W.»tkin-,
Charles Ib aste**-,
Johi, C ('orbit,
ird (tili'h.
N4 illiam Polk.
Willi.
.s. M Fn««*.
F A Hyatt,
(b-t II It.
A. Rhodes
TICK
I BKRN A BD ZKLLKRM. do hereby give
notice th «t I shall apply to th** Judges of the
Ci urt of Geto r.i! 8es*miM, of il
Deliver»' o' the Mate of Delaware ia nnd f«*r the
New Castle, at the November Term,
kerj» a Tavern called
strert Delnwura
I the following ficehold«rs recom
« 1 npplimtion. t«. w t
N
d Jail
Countv .
\ D is::: f. r .» Lie**
the Fnioii House,'
.1 the
F S Dunlap,
Patrick Gunning,
Jacob i rnupt,
J«»bn C;
J T Che.ir«.

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John Armour.
W illiam M . W ingate,
I Hunter,
Israel Helms.
John J M«-** 1 g
Micli.nl Mulligan,
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,,r 1 .
ITI.It'A rit'X Pull l.ll'KNSi:
I. (JK )RGK DPFFV. hereby give
i« e that I -hull apply to lhe J 11 ges of lire Court
r.il >. »»iMii« of the Peace ami Jail Delive
ry *»! the Si it« t.f Delaware, in ami for ihe ('
ly of New: Cvsiilr. :lt the Nn»fiaf.er Term A I».
1S73, for a Lhv-use lo keep n Ta
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No. 221
*•1. 2d Ward. W ilmington. I'e| , *m!
the following trev-lioldert rccomiucud the said
npplhu
'
. lo wit:
John I»
la-on ha r«l Waiss,
John Hanna,
T G Riedel,
Joseph Si.M t kle,
Robert Pori« r.
Willi»
Theotlorc S» h mi It,
William Duffy,
Hugh Mvvienv,
Marlin Wend 1er,
Patrick Plumkett,
John P!unckett,
M a s' erjr,
Vint. K Kliarth,
John Menlev,
John .McCaffrey,
' * « is Kflioii.
Anthony »^eiller,
J. II. Hirtel,
Daniel O' Byrne,
Michael Colton,
his
John x Twctnty,
mark.
Lal'v,
Ins
John X Mat plo y,
mark.
October 4th—3w.
MARKET HOUSE.
The
tn the public ;tu<
ticuiarlv th.it he has taken the store-hi
North Broad street, Middletown. Del., formerly
occupied by David W. KSiason, having houghi
out his interest, where I will keep always on hand
a well-selected slock of choice Groceries, Fruits,
nnd Provisions, as well
V-getaldes.
all times.
lersigned would respectfully nnnnunco
I th* « itizeus of Middletown par
on
a full supply of fresh
A so Fresh aod .Sali Ment, sliced,at
I will also keep
assort in« nt of tha
VERY BEST GROCERIES,
al V.rj luw prlrca. Mjr «lock »ill ronaim uf ihe
»irurii. and
will give entire •Atiifnrtion tu the mod f«»hilinn»
epirnre. I »ill keep on Inin,I « npnlr of Sam»«
uf»ll kind», »ix: Kelrhup, IVIerr, linnie-Rndiah.
Canned Fruit» uf »II kind, nt I,,» prie». Call
nn,l Me anil juu »ill I* ».nulled. All kinda or
Produce hough! nnd »alinf,lotion guaranteed. I
will nliu line nil kind, ,.f Puullrr »I market pri
er» fur C*»||, und il »ill he to the mier.it of all
me before Mlling or purrhaaing •!••
«here. /m-Cuud» delieered frae of rharge.
Oelll-ly 8. 8. IIULTKN.
r best articles that thc market
!
to rnll
THE OLD BANK.
THAT NEVER SUSPENDS.
We Always Pay Depositors.
0YSTER8 ALL THE TIME.
On and after Friday, Sept. 2G, we shall be pre
pared to furnish Oysters
I
In and Out of the Shell,
;
O.
By Ihr (Jullun, yuan, or llundrnl Wt h»vo
»Ivo nittdu »rr»ngotnvut» for thc Accommodation
or both Ludlr» an» (IcbIIcbm,
And their orders for
ETKWS, rWlKR, Ac.,
will he promptly attended lo. Mr. Wm. Knie«
will have charge of the Oyster Department, nod
hit well-known frnuiution in the ovaler businen«,
we frei certain, will give entire anllslhctlon to nil.
CAKES OF ALL KINDS
ruppllrd Tor partir» »I »hört nolle*.
Fnrrign and Hoiurotir Frail».
G H R US A CALL.
Oct 4-1».
E. B. RICK.
Mal« St. Middletown. Del.

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