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EDWARD REYNOLDS, Editor. Mr. l hope, Of sent ways afraid terms cratic is pointed town, years' thought ty rules ought were at pointed two a as of as ing, When Natty read while ing would ballot is ing ning could John the what ter ten MIDDLETOWN, DEL. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1874. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR SHERIFF, WILLIAM H. LAMBSON. FOR CORONER, RICHARD GROVES. Tire Stolen Child. The child mystery of Philadelphia continues unsolved. !*o positive evidence has-jet been ob tained which offers any reliable clue to the ab ductors or their place of concealment. A num bor of suspicious characters have been arrested and it was thought on Tuesday last that the right parties had been found. One man, who was arrested, is said to have been an old hand at the kidnapping business in England, having stolen a child in Yorkshire some years ago, for the ransom of which he demanded £500, though is said to answer the sumed unsuccessfully. This description of the larger of the two men who stole Charley Ross. A farmer professes to have seen two men in a buggy at a tavern on the Lime Kiln Pike on the night of the first of July, haviug a little hoy with them, who was crying, and that they attempted to pacify him with can dy. The little fellow would not stop crying and one of the The other remonstrated with him for striking the tell them struck him to make him stop.— child. This child is thought to have been Char ley Boss. A barber, of Allentown, Pa., says that on the morning of the 7th of July a ring«, drawn by two hor very tired, stopped in front of the First National Bank, and that two men, one tall the other short, a woman and a little boy got out. The woman was well dressed and wore a heavy gold watch and chain. The woman and the tall man en tered his shop with the child and engaged him to cut the boy's hair, which was light and in long curls While having this done the woman talk ed to the child and promised him ice-croam and candy to keep quiet. The barber says the child seemed to be bewildered, a what was going to* be done he neither laughed nor cried tention to what the woman said to him. A gen also noticed the parties car tbat seemed to be nine To the it you Ky ity get if he did not kno rith him, and that paid any at tleman who wus and the child, and professes to have had his sus picions aroused. These gentlemen have since seen the photograph of little Ross and say they are confident that the little fellow of the barber shop was the stolen child. The theory that the child is still in Philadelphia, however, prevails to a great extent, and a general and thorough seArcb of all the homes for friendless children and such other houses is talked of. This will probably he done. In the meantime every pos sible effort is being made by the detectives to track the villains, though, greatly to their cred it, they refuse to tell any thing that they have «lone, or are going to do. From present pros pects it is hoped that the child will be restored to his pareuts before another week shall have passed. get a of I Ths Tilton-Bkkciikr Scandal. —The truth or falsity of this disgusting affair will, doubtless, soon be made known. On Tuesday last, a young lawyer uauied YVm. J. Gay nor entered a com plaint before Justice Riley, of Brooklyn, against Theo. Tilton for libel er. Gaynor said his object was to bring the matter before the court aud have it investi gated and cleared up. The writ upon Tilton and he was carried before the Judge and plead "not guilty." He was then discharg ed on his own recognizance and the trial fixed for the next day, Wednesday It is to be hoped that this matter will now be fully sifted, and the truth or falsity of it brought to light. the Rev. II. W. Beech served Thanks. —We tender our thanks to Messrs. Herrick k Kodes, of Odessa, for a quart basket of the largest nnd finest blackberries we ever saw. They were of the Wilson variety and were considerably larger than pigeon eggs, and of most excellent flavor, They were grown on the smull fruit 'arm of the above named gentlemen, at Odessa. A Terrible Storm. Pittsburg and Allegheny City and vicinity »ill) a terrible rai day last. The rain fell steadily all day Lut to wards eveniug it descended in a perfect deluge swelling the streams und flooding the couutry. Houses were swept trom their tuundutions and torn to pieces. The force of thestorm was felt more severely in Alleghany City than elsewhere. For auire than a utile oui on tipriug Garden Aven murks of destruction were everywhere visible. Houses were throwu together in heaps und'utter iv ruined. Thu water rose to the depth of 15 ieet, flooding the stores afi i other houses and luiuiug (lie coulent*. Bridge* were swept away, trees torn up by the root* aud everything in fact, in the track of the flood, was literally de stroyed. The wildest excitement prevailed. Hundred* of men, women and children hjrscs und cattle perished in the flood. The bodies of over a hundred persons have been re covered. In some instances whole families were drowned. The tuunel of the Pun Handle rail road was flooded to the depth of four feet aud rendered impassible for thu trains. At McLaugh lin'*, eleven miles west, eleven persons are re ported drowned, also hundreds of horses, cattle, sheep, &c. The prevailing theory is that the disaster was viuted by a water spout. Several gentlemen say mat a heavy cloud, of funnel shape and black as ink, was seen hanging over the city, the narrow, or small end being lowest. It is impossible for persons not acquainted with the locality to understand the full extent of tbe damage done by this terrible storm. Those of our readers who witnessed the effects of our great flood Inst Summer can form some idea of the magnitude of this fearful disaster. The heavy rains had swollen the streams iu the hills at the rear of city until they burst their barriers and whole mass of accumulated waters fell sud denly upon the city, iu their course. Th immense. A meeting of citizens for the relief of the sufferers, many hundreds of families haveing heen made desolate. .Great storms have also visited varions parts of the West. On Friday of last week a terrible atom burst upon the town of Eureka, Nevada, Hooding the streets to the depth of many feet.— The eastern portion of the town was flooded in lew than UO minutes and houses were torn from tbeir foundations and destroyed. The inhabi tants, who rrere hemmed in upon a little rise in tin ventre of that part or the town, were rescued from their perilous position by means of roper. The flood losud only half an hour but in that abort space of time the damage done is almost incredible: thirty houses were swept away, uinong them the office of the Sontinel newspaper, Had Hi* thought that upwards of twenty-five or This disaster was also & visited Htunn ri , sweeping away everything he destuction of property was held to devise mean. thirty lives »ere lost, caused by a water spout. NOMINATION BY BALLOT. yet Mr. —how gates '55 LETTER FROM SAMUEL TOWNSEND. Mr. Editor :—I hereby send a few lines, the last l hope, to you- paper on the greatt vital question Of Nomination by Ballot ; I even should not have sent this only William Dean has put in an ap pearance again, and as 1 am atiacked, and al ways have been by the ring and posse, who are afraid of ihe masses, my reply will be in general terms and ns short as 1 cun make it. First, in regard to those rules and the Demo cratic meeting held on the 6th of last June : what is called the Democratic party two years ago ap pointed Mr. George Gray, a lawyer of good standing and a gentleman, living at our county town, New Castle, and it is presumed, with two years' experience as chairman of our county meetings, that if any rules had existed which ho thought as binding he would have called a coun ty meeting in May, so the requirements of those rules could have been carried out. This of itself ought to satisfy any reasonable man said rules were of no account, but wc had further evidence at the meeting ou June 6th. The meeting ap pointed John F. Cochran chairman for the next two years. Now, Mr. John P. Cochran has been a politician since he grew up.; served two year» as chairman of our levy court, and is now talked of as a candidate for Governor, and it is pre rules that he considered bind ing, he would have informed the meeting. He neither told us of the first rule or bad it rend.— When the third rule fire-brand was thrown in by Natty Williams, and claimed a ruling by the chairman, if said chairman had had the rules read it would have proved what a furcc we were acting—tramping that moment on the first rule, while some persons were demanding the cann ing out of rule third. Had they been rend, it would have caused the resolution to nominate by ballot to have passed almost unanimously. As is it, there is a snarl ; and 1 suggested that as adjourned to the call of Mr. Cochran, and he see ing the difficulty that lmd grown out of him, as chairman, not having the rules read from begin ning to end to the meeting, the best thing he could do would be to call the party together and istake or neglect in not having d advise the question settled. The a majority of them, in the office of John O'Byrne, agreed to report in ination by ballot, William Dean's statement to the contrary notwithstanding; and I now call Mr. 'O'Byrne, ns our chairman, to publish what we did, so all can see I am correct. Now, William Dean, don't you know any bet ter than to state iu a public paper that the con stitution would have to be amended before the counties could be laid off in single election dis tricts? Each county under our constitution has seven representatives and three senators, making ten to each county ; but never over eight and elected in any one year, mber of representatives and our State would require stew, a The Edith for sumed if there w the and the tell them of his them read, committee, favor of noui en to long talk and child gen car be nine in each county To increase the senators over thirty i the constitution to be amended, but this is not necessary if there is ro increase. Now, William, with regard to leaving and de feating the party in your case, don't you think it is like the kettle making mouths at the pot for being black? With this differ» you traveled 700 miles in 1872, to Louisville, Ky , to help take up a disorganizing Democrat, O'Conor, on purpose to defeat the Democratic candidate as adopted at the Democratic National Convention at Baltimore, supported by a major ity of the party in Delaware, going against your friend, Mr. Bayard, who made speeches i urging the election of the Greeley presidential electors; you nominated O'Conor electors and were ignominiously beaten. You then tried to spaper organ to rival the London York Herald, but all vanished into thin air. Now, sir, 1 had good cause iu 1858 to get up a party in this county. I did not Kentucky, but in this county where I was raised and people knew best, when I was imposed d insulted by a party that I had helped as living to put it into power, and because an individual our cases, that at sus since they Del. the will pos to cred have pros have get up Times or N to much as any a personal war made on of the party and me fell out. They espoused his side, and although there was at that time cedent to nominate only by ballot, i when my brother was nominated by, I believe, 134 out of 135 votes. I had forgot to mention that on the same day and by said voters, there were five delegates elected : so. if the party r county meeting adopted ballot, here was the vote; if they fell back, as we heard the ring in tended, on the delegate plan, here were delegates. Notwithstanding, they ruled both out purposely, and that being a presidential y I voted and did all I could for the election of Buchanan, and we had over 800 mujorit county. This large majority made my enemies ith the joy they felt in their strength over . Then. I » I «. 1856 t or young com against the investi Judge fixed hoped the in this Beech crazy me, although 1 had voted for Bucha William, 1 admit I determined t»> change these shouts of joy to groans, and 1 did it at the very afterwards. My cam in this county iu 1838 against ution, was uot a failure, for cve served next election, two y paign, William, the ring orglffiiz ry candidate in my party wns elected and all of theirs beaten. But your O'Conor organization against the Democratic party in 1872 was dead beat. Now, William, I do not often quote scripture, but there has passed into my mind this moment a very appropriate passage that meets your case. somew hat as follows : There w tain set of women about to stone.nnother woman to deutli for adultery; Christ saw the enraged women and suid, Ladies, would it not be well for you who are clear of the same sin to throw' the first stone. They looked at each other and sneaked away. Now, William, when y others are blowing against me, it would be well to read that passage of scripture. Willi -er thought what Messrs. basket ever were of the It a '< I - I ,ha terial the so-called you Democratic party wus composed of? Adams m Jackson men, Van Buren men, Tyler men, free soil and free-trade men, pro-slavery uien, native Americans, old Whigs, temperance funatics, an ti-temperance, spirituous liquor drinkers, und all the isms white man is heir to. Its great redeem ing point is that it is a white man's party, and like an old fiildie almost any tunc can be got out of it except Negro Equality, and that it has nev er been set to, although tried in 1872 and I hope rill be tried again. •ry, William, you made such a fling at division of our party by saying they could be bought for a drink ot liquor, for it might in r chances of an election if you were put the legislative ticket. However, when we sent you to the Legislatuie once, you were a fail ure as a legislator, for, as chairman of a finance bill, you reported said bill, w hich taxed New Cas tle county heavy, Kent light, and iu Sussex it took $121.26 over and above all that was collect ed to pay tha expenses of collecting in that couu ty. The very next session the legislature repeal ed the bill. Billy, you are a very good manu facturer, farmer and neighbor, but }our forte does not lay in politics or legislation, for you make everything you undertake about as clear as mud. In conclusion, William: I was in hopes that we could combine all the elements opposed to the negro equality party into one party of white men and call it Democrat or Democratic White Mau's Party, or anything else, so it was true to the white race ; and to nominate by ballot would at least give every participate. If he did not avail himself of it, it wou'd be his own fault. I have drawn a fair picture of our situation, and leave it to the oppo nents of Republicans to decide ; and, Mr. Editor, 1 close for the p résout in your paper, for others have a right to your columns whom 1 do not wish to shut out or debar. vicinity to deluge couutry. and more For Aven visible. und'utter of 15 and away, in de prevailed. The re were rail aud McLaugh are re cattle, was say black the acquainted extent of Those of our idea of The hills barriers sud of parts terrible Nevada, feet.— flooded in from inhabi rise in rescued roper. in that almost away, newspaper, or also & neve ! jure y ri equal chance to bite man Samuel Townsend. Townsend, July 27, 1874. LETTER FROM "W." everything was Middl.towx, Dei.. I Jm.Y 28th, 1874. mean. Mr. Editor: —In giving some account of the mode of nominating candidates, by the Demo cratic party, in this county, it was stated, that in 1854 Mr. Samuel Townsend favored a return to County Conventions for nominating candidates for the Legislature and Levy Court. Mr. T., in your Inst issue says that statement is false, and that he never for one moment favor ed giving up the ballot lor delegates. \\ ill Mr. T., deny that in Appoquinimink Ud, in 1854, be took part in election or delegaie* to the County Convention, that he attended the county meet ing, and was in the room when the Convention reported the ticket, and that he made no objec tion to the mode of nomination ? From 1854 to 1866 Mr. T. took but little part iii^the Democratic nominations ; in the latter year he took an active part, attended the County meeting on tl*e day the Convention met, and had consultations with the delegates as to candidates, yet all the time did not open his mouth against nominating by Conventions. Will he deny this? Mr. T. boasts that he always speaks wM on every matter—that there is no concealment abort* him —how can the assertion that he never for moment favored giving up the ballot for dele gates be reconciled with his course of action in '55 and '66? A granted'. of to Nov W. W ven, of Carl clusive Earle. The republicans of Missouri are in a great stew, not knowing whether to disband.and form a new party or take defeat under the old name. The democracy stands as firm ns a rock. DIED. July 26th, at the residence of her parents, Edith Enos, infant daughter of Joseph II. and S. Lucretia Enos, aged 6 ble turn B tiful ed For LEY, P love stantly. cun a Hints w ed, ths and 6 days. $ctu ^duertisementa. HIS « * /. « % queer Pubs., Sr <2 Ti URE vA Ll is the it Jne tnkr throe 11 it 1er, accord •main long No ■•er« •ell, pro pi not destroyed by mineral 1 vital organs wasted ' I Ing to directions. vided their hones polso u or other yond the point of repair. IlyMpepnin or Indigefttion, Headache, Tain in the .Shoulder.*», Coughs, Tlghtm ssof the Chest. Dizziness, Sour Km» talions <f the Stomach. Had Taste In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks. Palpitation of the Heart. Itiflnmnntinii of tlio l.ungs, Pain In the region of the kidneys, and h humlred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove a better guarantee of its merits Dear If mate. know i gate. to whore a Ipmrthv til! old. , in young »»I womanhood, plain For Female C jr single, i of lire, these Tonic Hilters display so dc iuOttencc that lmprov married i he i per cldeu ceptlblo. For Inflnntninlory 1 Clout. Hiltons, Itemltte rs. Disc ir Khm d Clt anl Inter mittent l'ev 1 BhuldC of the Blood, Llv«i\ Kid 200 1 not de for and to into to as and iu nevs Snnli l>lrt»*at> They •e cause«! l»y Vitiate«! Hlo>» I jjiTtlc I'urgntivr it* « sing the merit of acting a« a relieving Congestion or Intlain •r uu.l Visceral Organs, and in will ing No. Il II* IMiwerful agent in mutinn of the I. Hllio , Fmptlnns. Tetter, Salt Os, Pimples, Pustules. Polls, ms. Boahl-Head. Sore K.ves, « of the Skin, Mkin l>i Rh«: an, Blotches Cariai rules. Hing Erysipelas, ltch.i 8 Sp N let oloratio »curfs. 1 .tses of the Skin of whatever name iiterull v «tug up and carrietl out of t he bv the use of these Hit «I* proclaim Vi: romlerful luvigorant that eve large nils rrnt in a sh«» syste Grntrfnl Thon* HIT talued the sinking system. It. II. i?lcOONAI.l> Ä C'O. ro. Cal., A 1 (Jen. Agts., 8 Druggists . of Washington and Charlton Sts . N. Y. SOLD P.Y A I.b DRUGGISTS A DEALERS. Aug 1-ly. Del. all Delaware College. to The next Colleginte year will hegii his there the in both of over Then. his and WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd. I «. 1856 »her of the Legislature lias appoint cholarships. Each mouls to two fre and is or information, apply to the WM. 11. PURNELL, LL. U., For catalogues President, Aug l-3ms. t Newark, Delawr Woodstown Academy I this A first-class Boarding School for both sexes. these very cam cve THOROUGH TRAINING. g and back Especial attention given to y ward pupils and to those intending to teach.— StudenU enjoy the comforts of home. A of dead case. woman well throw' and well TERMS MODERATE. Send for circular. A. C. NORRIS, A.M., Paw., Woodstown, N. J. Aug 1—lm. '< I - FOR RENT. A GOOD, COMFORTABLE Dwelling House near Main til., Middletown; contains four rooms and cellar, and bus recently been repa pered and painted. There is a large garden at tached to the house. Apply to I ,ha MRS. E. L. RYAN, Middletown, Del. m free native an all redeem and out nev hope at could in put we fail finance Cas it collect couu repeal manu forte you clear that to white White true to would it, it a fair oppo Editor, others not Aug 1—lm. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A PAYMENT OF TWO DOLLARS per share upon the subscription to tho capital stock Agricultural and Homological As ud payable to E. Rcy W. R. COCHRAN, Chairman of the Executive Com of Pcnin8uh sociation is now due, nolds, Treasurer. Aug l-3t. NOTICE. The Democratic voters of New Cas le County hereby requested to meet in their respective Saturday, the 8th day of August. Hundreds, next, and select delegates to lb* State and County Conventions. By order of tbe Executive Committee, WM. HERBERT, Chairman. Register's Order. REGISTER S OFFICE. New Castle County, May x 1 th, 1874. U pon the application of William Lore, Exec utor of Experience Garman, late of Appo quinimtnk Hundred in said County, dec'd, i' is d directed by tbe Register that the Executor aforesaid, give notice of the granting of Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of the deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by causing advertisements to be posted within forty day8 from the date of such letters in six of the most public places of the County of New Cas tle, requiring all persons having demands against the Estate to present the same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in such case made and provid ed. And also cause the same to be inserted with in the same period i CHIPT, a newspaper published in Middletown,and to be continued therein two months. Given under the hand and Seal of Of /' > flee of the Register aforesaid, at New \ H ' j Castle, in New Castle County aforesaid, the day aud year above written. B. GIBBS. Register. ordered to the Middletown Trans 1874. of the Demo that in to candidates statement favor ill Mr. 1854, be County meet objec part latter County had NOTICK. All persons having claims against the Estate of the deceased must prcseul tbe same duly attested to the Executor on or before May 11th, 1875, or abide the Act of Assembly in such case made and provided. WILLIAM LORE, Executor. Addbesh— Jne 2oth—2mos FARM FOR RENT, F OR the year 1875, near Chestcrtown, Md. Wheat can be seeded this Fall. Apply to the Editor of the July l8-3t Cuksteutown Transcript. Miscellaneous. A bsolute divorces obtained from Courts of different States for desertions, Ac. No'publicity required. No charge until divorce granted'. Address, M- HOUSE, Attorney, 194 Broadway, N. Y. Nov W ANTED—Agents for CHARLES SUMNER, By Gen. N. P. Banks, Bishop Gilbert Ha ven, and Wn. M. Cornell, LL.D., with eulogies of Carl Schart, Geo. W . Cnrtis, and others. Ex clusive territory. No competition. Address J. FT. Earle. Publisher, Boston. Castle I). lic B jnl n—4t. Female. Em ployment at home, $30 per week warrant capital required. Particulars and valua ble samples sent tree Address with 6 cent re turn stamp, C. ROSS, W illiamsburg, N . Y . jl25-4t B ORDENTOWN (N. J.) FEMALE COLLEGE. Thorough instruction ; healthful and beau tiful location ; one of the most carefully conduct ed and best sustained institutions in the State. For terms, etc., address Rkv. JOHN H. BRAKE LEY, Ph D. July 25-4t P SYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CHARMING." How cither sex may fascinate and gain the love & affections of any person they choose in stantly. This simple, mental acquirement all cun possess, free, by mail, for 25c, together with a marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies, Wedding-Night Shirt, Ac. A Address T. WILLIAMS A Co., jnl II—4t. ORKING POPLE— Mule w ON ed, At town, lands tate of 1,) at and with ten half lot « 'll! queer book. Pubs., Phila. THE GREAT POPULARITY OF CAMPHORINE! As a FAMILY MEDICINE, d of genuine merit. Those who use ill be without it. For sale by all REUBEN HOYT, Prop'r, N is the rew it ?, never druggists. Jne 27-8t Price 25 cents. York. 31 South 8th St., Philadelphia. Dear Sir : If you want a safe, pleasant, profitable, legiti mate. life-long occupation, visit me at mv well know he or be to at d investi Philadelphia establishment, gate. 1 have neither the time nc. to reply to the letters of Itie simply curious, but whore six cents (postage) are enclosed, 1 will d the necessary information, questionably a a desirable business. Ne >r the inclination promptly * chance to secure This is Respectfully, JOHN W. BONNER. July 25-4t. 200 HAN0S AND ORGANS a in New and Second-Hand, of first-class makers will he sold at Lower Brices for « asb, or stnllments, or for rent, in city or ing this month, by HORACE WATERS & SON, No. 481 Broadway, than ever before offered in and Organs to til the rent money pays the price of the in illustrated catalogues mailed. A 1 country, dur Spkciai.ty : Pit York. N let he struinent large discount to Ministers, Churches, Schools, " 13-81 [•> Lodges, etc A ESTABLISHED 1853. Of the latest and most heautif.il designs, and all other Slate work on hand or made to order. Factory and salea-roome, No. 1210 Ridge Av. WILSON k MILLER, Philadelphia, Pa. Jne 13-121. LIVINGSTONE IS DEAD. For 30 years millions have intently watched his perilous yet heroic struggles, and grand chievenicnts, and now eagerly d plete Life-History of this and benefactor, which unfolds also the ■ild and wonderful country. It 2nd. the Com nod bo «»rid iositics and wealth of is just ready. 2,000 agents wanted quickly. One agent sold 184, another 196 one week. For par ticulars, address HUBBARD BROS, either Phila., 30-8t the Cincinnati, O. Boston, RICH FARMING LANDS IN NBHH ASK A. Kow For Sale Very Clicap I TEN YEARS CREDIT, INTEREST ONLY fi PERCENT. I h THE PIONEER it SEND FOR I back teach.— Paper, containing the A Nkw Numreb just publish A handsome Illustrated Homestead Law. tied free to all parts of the world. Address, O. F. DAVIS, Laud Commissioner U. P. R. R., ed, Omaha, Nun. Jul 1 l-4t. FOR COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, 4\l> ALL THROAT U1SEASFS, WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES. A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY. my 16-121. For sale by Druggists. N. J. House four repa at Del. P0RÄ share stock As Rcy Com Neuralgia, Piles, Headache. Diarrhcea, Iloils, Soreness, Lameness, Burns, Sprains, Toothache, Scalds, Wounds, Sore Throat, Ulecrs, Bruises, Hemorrhages, Rheumatism ' ETC. * * PONlSM County respective August. and Chairman. may 2—12' HAVE YOD TKIED JURUBEBA! ARK vou 1874. Exec Appo i' is the granting of thereof, within six of Cas against by an provid with of Of New aforesaid, Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated? Ark you so languid that any exertion requires more of an ettbrt than you feel capable of making? Then try JURUBEBA,the wonderful tonic and invigoratur, which acts so beneficially on the se cretive organs as to impart vigor to all the vital forces. It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimulates for a short time, only to let the sufferer fall to a lower depth of misery, but it is a vegetable tonic acting directly on the liver aud spleen. It regulates the Bowels, quiets the nerves, and gives such a healthy tone to tbe whole system as to soon make the invalid feel like ft new person. Its operation is not violent, but is character ized by great gentleness; the patient experiences marked results, but grad Trans no sudden change, ually his troubles "Fold their tents, like the Arabs, And sileutly steal away." tried discovery, but has been long used witli wonderful remedial results, and is pronounced by the highest medical author ities, "the most powerful tonic and alterative known." Ask your druggist for it. Forsaleby JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY k CO., Philadelphia, Pa. This is no new and Estate of attested 1875, or made Executor. July 25-4t. FARMS WANTED. X IÏAVK enquiries for small farms on this Pe ninsuln, and respectfully solicit persons hsr otberwise, to pises ing such farms, improved them in my hands for sale. Blanks for descrip tion furnished upon application by mail. J. THOMAS BÜDD, Real Estate Agent, Middletown, Del. Md. July 25—3in. JtliatcUanroua. TRUSTEE'S SALE REAL ESTATE. order of the Orphans' Court Y virtue of of the State of Delaware, in and for New Castle County, made the tenth day of April, A. 1874, will be exposed to sale by way of pub auction, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1874, the Hotel of Alexander Maxwell, in Middle town, at 1 o'clock, p.m., the following described lands und tenements, situated in St. Georges Hundred, New Castle county, being the Ileal Es of the late Henry Allen Fields, deceased : Beginning at a stake on the line of the lands George Derriekson at letter C.(on Drang lit No. also a corner for lot No. 3, thence with said Derrick sou's land north eight and three-fourths degrees west, fifty-one perches; south seventy degrees west, one hundred and thirteen perches to a stone, nortli thirty-six deg. west, forty-eight and seven-tenths perches to a stake a corner for Outten Davis ; with said Davis G. Reynolds north fifty-ni east,'two hundred and thirty-five and six-tenths perches to a stone, corner for said Reynolds.and line of the land of John Hays; with said Hays south thirty-seven deg. east, fourteen and two-tenth perches to a stake, corner for Dower ; with said Dower lines (reversing the same) south deg. east, one hundred and seventy-one perches; with the same north eighty-three and a half deg. east, sixteen perches; south si three-fourths deg cust, seven and six-tenths perches to a stake No.3. thence with said lot No.3, south eighty eight and a half deg. west, one hundred and ten d five-tenths perches home to the place of be ginning,containing within said metes and bounds :? a half d»eg. ■ ml , corner for said Dower li 156 ACRES OP LAND. BE THE SAME MORE OR LESS. And it is ordered that the purchasers thereof and appear at the next Orphans' Court for Castle County, that the Court may assign to him, her or them the premises sold pursuant to said order, he, she or they with sufficient surety sureties to he approved by the Court, entering •ognizancc to the State, to be taken and •know ledged in said Court, in a penal sum, to be determined by the said Conrt witli condition to pay to the parties entitled severally, their ex ecutors, administrators or assigns respectively their just and proportionate shares of the said purchase money, with interest from such time as the Court may determine, in manner and form as rt be pre Ne liV the direction of the said C scribed and appointed i Attendance will be giv made known at the time George Gra Attest : July 11 — t s said condition. d terms of sale d place aforesaid by V, Esq., Trustee, or by his attorney. C. M. VANDEVER, Clerk of Orphans' Court. j> lOT M ° m ;■> "J 8 H. !: 3É I K> e Gift Enterprise Ths only Reliable Gift Distribution in the country # 50 , 000.00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS I ! TO at DISTRIBUTED IN J,. 1 ). SINE'S MiNlli Urgulnr Monthly GIFT ENTERPRISE, To be drawn Monday, Aug. 10th, 1874. Grand Capital Prize, $5,000 in Gold. Two Prizes $1 000 2 ) Two Prizes $500 g > Greenbacks ! Five Prizes $100 2 ) B d Matched Horses, with ted Harness, worth $1,500. 1 Horse «t Buggy, with silver-mounted Harness, worth $600. 1 fine 5 Family Sewing Machines, worth $100 il v C One F» gc Silver-M , worth sewood Pi : 0. 750 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches all,) worth from $20 to $300 each; Coin Silver Vest Chains, Double-plated Sil >"> -ware, Jewelry, &c. &c. Tickets Limited to 50,000. Number Gifts, 6,000 Agents Wanted to sell Tickets, to wli Liberal Premiums will be paid. Single Tickets SI .00 ; Six Tickets $5.00 ; Twelve Tickets $10 ; Twenty-five Ticke Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de scription of thi manner of drawing, and other information in reference to the Distribué 3 ordering them. All letters , will he sent to must be addressed to L. D. SINE, Box 86, CINCINNATI, O MAIN OFFICE, 101 W. FIFTH tit. July 4—ly. PHILADELPHIA ijir « À Directory arranged for the Convenience of Our Readers.—-Cut this Out. SLA TE MANTELS and all other Slate WORK, GRATES, REGISTERS, kc. J. 11. KIMES & CO., 1215 RACE ST. Jul4.24 UXIO.Y SCORE WORKS. Spokes , Plow Handles. J. G. DAVIS SON. S. W Cor. Leopard R! «1 Oiler Sts. JuM PENSIONS—Soldiers of the late War Bat ttliiditly Wounded or injured, c F. REGISTER, Claim Office,321 South Jul4-12t obtain Pensions a by applying Fifth Street, Phila.1*! plila. IRON FENCES 7'he Ncio Iron The Best Iron F«jnce in the world, for J. IS. Jul4-12 Nailed to I L«>ta, Cemeteries, kc. Send f»r Circular Wlckemlmm & Sous, 1003 Ri«lgc Ave DIAMONDS, WA TUBES , A JEWEL RY. SILVER WARE, Etc. A splendid F. W. PARROTT'S, No. 5 8. Eighth St.. Philo. Established 24 years. -"ilinuil at 'lease call. ri i)14 1 LM . . CIGARS. PECULIAR ' ' r R. li. Brands, [.oaf and Manufactured To lowest possible prices, at HATCHLLOIl BROS. Wholesale Depot 808 Market Street. Jul 4-12t WATCHES AND JEWELRY. At id of ItlOURB Ac HRO., .ful 4 48t the old Established 1031 Market Street. ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS. Or gans and lArion Pianos. K. M. URUCR. 1308 Chestnut St., formerly of 18 N. Seventh St. Jul4-48t Hf FT XT' I And Dairy Fixtures, best amt clieaj»ei«t. MIIjJv I WM. M. MORGAN & CO.. Til f Spring Garden Btreot. Successors to ) John Ambler k Co. BONER . W. If & CO.. Music Deal , 11054 Chestnut St. will mail "Home Sweet Ho uiige<l for Cabinet Orgau or Melodeon. upon receipt of 30 cents. Jnl4 12t CANS. •lui 1 121 WE EE II PIANOS. Grand, Square and Upright, Jubile« Organa. J» A. GETZE, Cheatnut Street. EES T PHILDA OA K BEL TING Monitor 8titched. C. W. ARNY. Manufacturer ?U1 «Ü» 303 Cherry St. Seud for circular. Jul 4 I2t HIT Jul 4 lit Jfliatellanfou*} ^dücrtiaement». Casho Machine Comp'y NEWARK, DELA.WARE, MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNRIVALLEl « DIAMOND STATE PATENT 55 CLEANER, THRESHER AND MACHINERY, AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS WORK, &c. MILL AND FACTORY , > We elnrni for the DIAMOND STATE SEPARATOR: Simplicity, Dtrnlliility end Onpncity tor do good work in all kinds of grain, and with any kind of power, from i or 3-horse tread, 4 or 6-horse sweep power, or a 4, 5 or ff-horse agricultural engine. 1 st. It separates the straw from the grain perfectly. The oscillating movement of the Corru gated Shakers makes its separating the simplest and most complete of any machine in the market. It has no rakes or beaters. It will not throw over or waste grain, on Recount of an Improved Straw Agitator. 2nd. The Riddles are constructed differently from any other machine iff the market. The dou ble motion of the Fan, the manner in which the grain strikes the Kiddles, makes its cleaning grain entirely free from straw, &c., and perfectly fit for market. 3rd. It has an Adjustable Concave and Feeder Duster, which protects the feeder from dust.— This machine has only two belts, is easily handled, and runs lighter than any other machine built, doing the same amount of work. It can be run from cither side of the pachine, either by gear or belt. These machines are built of the best material, nro well finished parlies want their power, we solicit quirements so long needed by farmers, . cumstances, and sold at a LOW PRICE. stroijg and dnrable. When wheat per hour, according to leving it fills all the re l WORK under all cir •hine is well adapted to threshing cloversced. •hine to thresh and clean from 15 to 50 bushels of examination and trial of our machine, fully bel viz : a machine that c do GOOL This MACHINTERY. We are aim manufacturing Single and Double-Geared IIORSE POWERS, the celebrated PRATT HORSE RAKE, Cultivators, Wool Scourers, Feed Rollers and other Woollen and Paper Machinery, on wheels, from 3 to YA-horse power ; when desired, u % e put Locomotive Smoke-Stacks this Engine; where Break Doubletrees and Neck York TRUCK WAGONS for Separators and Machines, mount - AGRICULTURAL ENGINES, mounted with Spark-Arrester, arc. wanted, extra $25. ed or not, as preferred. THE CASHO IMPROVED TREAD POWER: light, gives good power, and walks the horses slowly. It p3~ ALL MACHINES WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED. ited—Belt or the kind isbed when desired. li he particular to Pers»»n8 ordering Machines will pic also route to be shipped. STRAW STACKERS f Geared, REPAIRING of Mill Work & Machinery CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO, FOR MACHINES, ADDRESS Casho Machine Company, NEWARK, DELAWARE. For sale liy FOAED & COIEGYS, Apts, Middletown, Del. ! ay 30-4m. M HARVESTERS, »P Ile i B UCKE YE Dlï OP PEU, CHAMPION DROPPER, EXCELSIOR DROPPER , WOOD'S SELF RAKE, BUCKEYE SELF RAKE, CHAMPION SELF RAKE. tense n .1 1 ! f ness I bled j Pile : of ! The el I effect ! the WOOD'S MOWER, CHAMPION MOWER, BUCKEYE MOWER, CRA WFORD'S MO WER, itml n Vy a ADVANCE MOWER IT 1IICA STEEL-TOOTH WHEEL RAKE, STOKER STEEL-TOOTH WHEEL RAKE. by tor REAPER AND MO WER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS , constantly hand. E.T. EVANS & CO. Carriages! £ J. M. COX & BRO I MIDDLETOWN, DEL, A splendid stock of Carriage, uotf on baud. Repairing promptly attended to. May 30th, 1874-3m. CORNS, BUNIONS. throb, ache, smart and burn, threaten, we re their head he pesky i ns but Briggs' s, Hunions, How they sti In vain ish the sbar|>est kni Corxh w beg »P .,1 I fell I still ut, hack, l I *el tiling «»f miser onus ; nothing r mid Cun nin i all ailments of the feet. Ile vint nil*. i Piles ! Piles ! If«. ioned » y U Internal, External, »g or Itching— 1 The in diseasc, in its various are unfortunate enough tense suffering ins, is known only to thole wli Ik; afflicted with it. Thej sleepless nights, the uncom of the sufferer hear wit experienced when sees, of Briggs' • iB unc«|unle«l iu the annuls Relief is iiuniediutc when used as directed, ml for Inis great remedy in u n parut - oudantl* are usink it with the moat satisfactory €1 fl £1 ftliA Headache, Neuralgia and Ner C St IE 51 C II 4? • vous Diseases. Tl.e wonderful Allcjviator, for the speedy «I painful disease, used it witli un f the above enumerated complaints, it hns never failed to give immediate relief. n „11 This fatal nnd dreaded «liseuse Consumption, «a... «mi ha* t*™ C umi. i> r . .1 B. Briggs' A Throat anld Lung Healer is a pleasant, 1 agreeable and sure remedy] for Coughs, Whooping Cough, one litis, Laryngitis, Sore T hro it, tnd all diseases of the throat la igs ! f the hnggnrd «ink* jnsity of thulpaln :■ ness of the iat I bled with this i j Pile Remedy ns : of not ailing dlocane. The ! The inline ■ d. el led. T results. f I effect oi Dr. J. Briggs' ! the al -' prevul Is who I y h In •juulitii'd m Bi li. ('roup, Asthm itml cli .('«in.iumption n n T) \T Q Are the Inost plentiful kin«I of grain in Vy W IV O u,e market. Every one bus n supply, from the little three-year <>ld cliild to the aged grnndsiro verging on to n hundred ; Stylish* handsome young 1 idles who «tally promenade fashionable resorts; middle-aged old maids, dressiid up to appear young and gay; dandies, with their patent leathers, kid gloves and inevit able walking stick ; the clergyman, merchant, lawyer, clerk, artisan and mechanic, of al> ages and stations,)! a full supply of corns, hun «»ns, had nails aud other both erations of the feet, ail of which are liunhshcd and cured • of Briggs' Corn aud Bunion remedies, Allevia by the tor and Curuti Bunions. Bad iNnils and alt Diseases of tho wOriib Feet. Cancers itml Scrofulous Humors, Files, &c.. skillfully and successfully trnl Cliim>|Hjdieal and lldiliiiK Institute, 697 Broadway, New York. Die. J. Briuus Ac Co., Prop. Dr. BrigK*' Romcdics for sale by ISAM'Ll R. STEPHENS k CO. Middletown, Del. ed at the irreat een March 21-ly. Also for sale by II. P. Baker, Odessa, Del. OLID BANK lam now ready for Biz H AYING taken tlf« entire premises on the corner of Main atid Broad Sts., I have fit ted up a Ladies' and (gentlemen's ICE CREAM SALOON, on the ground floor. No more climbing up stairs; but a nice cool and pleasant room. Ice cream furnished for parties and pic-nica, in large or small quantities, on reasonable terms. Families supplied with small caiis, packed in ice. All kinds of plain ai|d fancy CAKES, foreign and domestic Fruits ; Berries in season ; in fact you can get anything at Rice's Old Bank that Is generally kept in a I Confectionery Store, And more too. MINERAL W^TER FOUNTAIN will soon be in operation. Ice for sale. E. B. RICE. may 9-y FOR SALE. A new two-störy frame cottage, with modern conveniences, large yard and» garden, desirably located on Green street. Terms rei8onable. Apply toi J. B. CLARKSON. July 18, 1874—lm.