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EDWARD REYNOLDS, Editor. MIDDLKTOWN, DEL. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 10, 1874. Democratic Nominations. gTATlS TICKJCT. VOR GOVERNOR, JOHN P. COCHBAN, 0» ant CAVTLl OOUNTT. OR RRVRR8RNTATIVB IN CONGRESS, JAMES WILLIAMS, or KENT COUNTY. ■BV CASTLE COUNTY TICKET. VOR SHERIFF, WILLIAM H. LAMBS0N. FOR CORONER, BI0HAED GB0VES. FOR 8TATE SENATORS, Whits Clay Creek Hd. Appoquinimink. James H. Rat, Henry Davis, FOR REPRESENTATIVES, Brandywine Hd. Wilmington. Mill Creek. New Castle. Red Lion. St. Georges. Pencader. Isaac C. Ptle, Thos. L. J. Baldwin, Thos. Holcomb, Thos. Bird, Henbt A. Nowland, William P. Bigos, FOR LETT COURT COMMISSIONERS, Mill Creek Hd. White Clay Creek. Red Lion. St. Georges. Appoquinimi nk Gan D. Medill, Wm. L. Wish, Wm, R. Bright, Wm. Polk, Jamb C. Wilson, Samuel Roberts, } Democratic Mass Meeting. A grand man meeting of the Democrats ef New Castle county will be held in Middle town, on Thursday, October 15th, at 12 o'clock, M. Hons. T. F. Bayard and EH Saulsbnry, and Hiester Clymer, of Pennsylvania, will be present aad address the meeting. Bv Order of the County Executive Committee. WM. HERBERT, Chairman. The Little Election. The rasait of the Inspectors' election on Tuesday is a souce of great encourage ment to the Democrats. We have now a more sure foundation for oar hopes for the election of our ticket, and salva tion of our State from the misfortune of Radical rule, in November. Our op ponents, relying upon the apathy and disaffection that appeared in our ranks two years ago, hoped that through the aid of their negro allies they would be able to carry the State, aad when Wil miogtoB gave a majority in favor of the Democracy at the recent city election their journals hastened to declare that that was no proof of Democratic suprem acy in the city as only local issues had been brought into the contest, aud that great numbers of Republicans had voted with the Democrats on those local issues. We believe they were right There is no donbt whatever that many men who have hitherto been Republi cans voted at that city election, and on Tuesday last too, with the Democrats. The people all over the country have grown tired and disgusted with the cor rupt practices of the Radicals, and they have come to the Democratic party for the reform which the Republican party has long been promiaing but has never This is the natural reversion givan. which must take place, sooner or later, all over the Union. As the bigotry oi partisanshi p wea rs off, and men begin to look upon the political condition ot the country with unprejudiced eyes, the white race of America will refuse longer to submit to the degradation to which they have been, and are being subject ed by the Radical politicians m order to keep themselves in office. Bat the Democratic party of Dela ware, while it has reason to be more confident of snocess at the final oontest in November, from the result on Tues day, moat not depend too much on that result. We must not rest satisfied with the fruits of the first victory, or cease onr efforts to elect our ticket. Last Tuesday has shown to ns that the vic tory is within onr grasp if we will bnt put forth our hands and take it ; but if we oeaae onr vigilance and grow indif ferent because we succeeded last Tnes day, that victory will prove a great misfortune rather than a benefit to us. Up then, Democrats, and go to work more earnestly than ever. We have the prestige of victory to encourage ns, and this should lead ns to labor all the more energetically that onr triumph may be the more complete. Whence the Information ?—The Dover Sentinel call* into question the /act, which we stated last week, that many yonng men, the eons of Republi cans, are taking their stand on the aide of the Democracy, and asks "whence the information ?'' Our answer is, we spoke fram personal knowledge. We know, personally, young men, and a goodly number of them too, whose fath ers have been for years, and are now, Republicans, who declare themselvels, openly, Democrats. More than that, we know yonng men whose older broth er* are Republicans but they themselves, disgusted with the degrading,unscrupu lous conduct of tbo Radicals, have "taken their stand on the side of Demo cracy" and their own race. Can the Esquire" tell us whether he knows a ■ingle individual of "the numbers of both young and older men" of whom he hears, "who havt heretofore sup ported the Democracy, but who now say they shall vote no longer for it?" He may be able to name some older ones, tor there are a good many disap pointed office scekeie in Kent county, and a few of them may have becom« tired of a party which has so persistent ly refused to recognise their brilliant talents, and gone to seek their political s< fortunes io more tractable and congenial company, bat we are not prepared to believe, without indisputable evidence, that there can be young men, who have not been brought up under the influence of Republican fathers, who are so lost to gulf respect, as to deliberately place themselves in company with negroes, politically and socially, much less can we believe that any yonng man of a properly balanced mind, who bas grown to manhood under the fostering care of a Democratic father, coaid possibly be come u Republican. If there are any such, their room is preferable to their company and the party they go to gains nothing, bat rather loses, by the ac quisition. The Premium List.—T he publica tion of the premium list and Mr. Bay ard's address has necessarily crowded ont a great deal of interesting matter which we would have otherwise pub lished. It has also obliged us to con dense the election retnrni much more than we would have done. We refer our readers to this Premium List as the best answer that can be made to a rather derogatory letter which appeared in the Wilmington Ga zette last week in reference to the fair. Our Exhibition may not have been quite extensive as the Maryland State Fair or the Cincinnati Exposition, but this was oar first year, and that letter con tained the first complaiDt that has oome to the ears of any of us who were in terested in the exhibition. Perhaps if all the subscribers to the capital stock bad paid their subscriptions earlier in the summer, without waiting for the fair to prove a success, the committee would have felt freer and the prepara tions could have been completed sooner. nk as ef 12 be Independent (?) Candidate.—A mao named John H. Hendriokson, living in East Dover, Kent, Co., has published a card in the Republican paper of that town announcing himself as an indepen dent candidate for sheriff, and declaring himself opposed to various things, the sum and substance of which is,that he is opposed to the regular candidate for sheriff, as ha wants the position himself. He, perhaps, is one of the Democrats that the Sentinel means who have gono over to the Republicans. of Senator Bayard's Addrrss. —We publish ou our first page this week ODe half of the excellent address delivered by Hou. T. F. Bayard at the opening of our reeeot Agricultural fair. We could not publish it entire this week, without too seriously interfering with otber matters aud thought it best to divide it into two equal portions. We will publish the remainder next week. Far the Transcript. A Prompt Denial. Mr. Editor: —Will you please in sert the following in your valuable pa per: We, the undersigned have been in formed, ou reliable authoritiy, that Dr. Jump, the Republican candidats for Governor, said while visiting Middle town to attend the Agricultural Fair, recently held in said place, that four of Mr. John P. Cochran's tenants came to him aud told him that they intended to cut or scratch Mr. Cochran's name off their ticket and vote for him, (Jump) which assertion we declare To be Taise without one particle of truth in it, and oi ot challenge him to the proof. How any in«o, and especially a man who is be fore the people of Delaware as a candi date for the high and honorable posi tion of Governor, eould degrade him self so mach as to make such a state ment which is without a particle of truth in it, is more than we can com prehend. How different from the Father of onr Country. It is said that be could not tell a lie. We make this statement without personal ill feeling towards Doctor Jnrnp, bat limply to vindicate our own characters ; for, after laboring openly and actively to secure the nom ination of Mr. Cochran, then, after he is nominated to go secretly to his op ponent and tell him that we intended to vote for him, our conduct would be like unto Judas—that of traitors, which character we are not willing to bear. We whose names are annexed include ull tho tenants Mr. Cochran has in this State, his four sons excepted ; may be they promised Doctor Jump. Let him explain. if BOBERT D. RATLEDGE. THOMAS CAVENDEtt. ROBT. 0. WHITTOCK. BENJ. ARMSTRONG. JAMES J. BROWN. G. W. BLIZZARD. WILLIAM WOOD. a a of The fifth exposition held at Cincin nati closed on Saturday night. It had been open for twenty-eight days, dur ing which time, it was vigjted by 554, 000 people. The receipts, not includ ing those from the sale of privileges, were 069, 000. Mahmond Terfie, a lieutenant in the Turkish army, stationed at Providence, R. I., as inspector of the arms made for Turkey by the Providence Tool Company, committed suicide on Mon day. Ha bad for some time been suf fering from dissipation The trial of Samuel W. McDonald for the murder of Berry Amos began at Towsontown, in Baltimore county, Md., on Monday A letter from Havana, dated Septem ber 30, gives a report that the insur gents had occupied Rented ios for twenty four hours. HAIIRIED, On the 8th inst., at tbe residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. Dr. Patton, G. W. Barnett, Esq , Junior Editor of the C intoo Press, Missouri, and Miss Maggie W. Van hekle, of New Castle county, Delaware. 4.ccomp»nyiug the above "notice" was a generous slim) of bridal rake, and also a sub stantial token of the bard money Democracy of tbe groom, for which we relurp onr most cordt-l thanks. The joyous couple have our very best wishes for a long aud prosperous life ef unbroken happiness. LIST OF PREMIUMS AWARDED AT THE ApflW Fair at Mlletou CLASS 1st. Short Horns. 1st Premium, Bull 2 years and upwards, W. R. Cochran, Middletown, 2d Prem., Bull 2 years and upwards, Benj. G. Green, Warwick, 1st Prem., Bull betwaen 1 year and 2 vrs, Thos. W. McCracken, Summit Bridge 8 00 1st Prem., Bull Calf under 1 year, Jno. W. Cavender, Middletown, Md. Farmer 2d Prem., Bull Calf under I year, Thos. Cochran Jr, Middletown, Amer. Farmer lit Prem., Cow 3 years and upwards, Wm. Brady, Middletown, 2d Prem., Cow 3 years and upwards, R. A. Cochran Jr, Middletown, 1st Prem , Heifer between 1 and 3 years, R. A. Cochran, Middletown, 1st Prem , Herd of Short Horns, Wm. R. Cochran, Middletown, Grade Short Horns. 1st Prem., Best Cow 3yrs. and upwards, Wm. R. Cochran, Middletown, 1st Prem., Heifer between 1 and 3 years, Thomas Cochran, Middletown, 1st Prem., Calf, Thos. Cochran, Middle town, 10 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 5 00 10 00 10 00 5 00 3 00 CLASS 2d, Gbadi Holstein or Dutch Belting. 1st Prem. Best Heifer between 1 ft 3 yrs, Mrs. Daniel W. Corbit, Odessa, 6 00 CLASS 4th, Aldernevs. 1st Prem. Best Ball 3 yrs. and upwards, Wm. Green, Middletown, 2d Prem Best Bull 3 yrs. and upwards, Col. E. Wilkins, Cliestertown, Md., 5 00 1st Prem. Bull between 1 year and 2 yrs, George G. Kerr, Newark, Del., 2d Prem. Ball between 1 year and 2 yrs, Gen.C. Vnn Vorst, Milford, Del , 1st Prem. Bull under l year, Gen. C. Van Vorst, Milford, Country Gentleman 2d Prem. Bull under 1 year, D. J. Mur phy, (Newark,) Md. Farmer 1st Prem. Cow 3 years and upwards, General C. Van Vorst, Milford, 2d Prem. Cow 3 years and upwards, General C Van Vorst, Milford, 1st Prem Heifer between 1 and 3 years, General C Van Vorst, Milford, 2d Prem Heifer between 1 and 3 years, Wm. Green, Middletown, 1st Prem Heifer Calf, William Green, Country Gentleman 10 00 5 00 3 00 10 00 5 00 3 00 21 00 Grade Aldernevs. 1st Prem Best Cow 3 years and npwards, General C Van Vorst, Milford, CLASS 5th. Gnade Devons. 1st Prem Bull 2 years and upwards, R H Cummins, Smyrna, Del, 1st Prem Ball between 1 year and 2 yrs, R H Cummins, Smyrna, 1st Prem Cow 3 years and upwards, R H Cummins, Smyrna, 2d Prem Cow 3 years and upwards, R H Cummins, Smyrna, 1st Prem Heifer between 1 year ft 3 yrs, R H Cummins, Smyrnà, CLASS 10th. Trained Oxen by boys under 16 years old. 1 Pair, E R Wilson, CLASS 12tb. Sweepstakes. 1st Prem Best display of "Horned Cattle, of all ages and grades, by one Exhibi tor, Tbomas Cochran, Middletown, CLASS 13tb. Stallions. 1st Prem Best Stallion for heavy draught F D Morris, Brooklyn, N V, Slasher, 10 00 1st Prem Best Stallion for light harness, F D Morris, Brooklyn, N V, Dunlap, 10 00 2d Prem Best Stalliou fur light harness, George G Lobdell, Wilmington, Del., King Alfred, Diploma CLASS 14th. Stud Colts under 4 years. 1st Prem Best Colt between 2 and 4 yrs, Jno H Redgraves, Warwick, Md, 2d Prem Best Colt between 2 and 4 yrs, W D Cornog, Newark, Del, 1st Prem Besi Colt between 1 aud 2 yrs. E R Cochran, Middletown, 1st Prem Best Colt between 1 and 2 yrs, E B McKee, Newark, Del 10 00 5 00 5 00 8 00 4 00 3 00 4 00 20 00 5 00 Diploma 3 00 Diploma CLASS 15th. Geldings under 4 years. 2d prem dark bay gelding 3 years old, John Townsend, Jr Diploma CLASS 16th. Mass Colts under 4 years. 1st Prem Sorrel Mare 3 years old, Julian Cochran, 2d Prem Dark Brown Mare 3 years old M E Walker, 5 00 . Diploma 1st Prem Bay Mare "Lady Cecil," 1 year, J B Cazier, 2d Prem Red Roan Mare "Viola," 2 yrs, Jos C Hutchinson, 300 Diploma CLASS 17th. Brood Mares. For road service, with foal by their side. 1st prem best mare, R A Cochran, Jr, Middletown, 2d prem best mare, Dan M Cochran, Mjd dletown, 5 00 Diplomo CLASS 18th. BroodMares. For all work with foal by their side. Ist prem best mare, Flora, E F Boulder, Summit Bridge 2d prem best mare, Kate, Alex Carlisle, Christiana 5 OO Diploma CLASS 19. Draught, Farm and Teah Horses. 1st prem mules, Wm R Cochran, 5 00 CLAES 20th. Horses for Carriage or Road. 4 years, 1st best pair bay geldings, 3 to W T Case, Harrington, Del, 2d prem second best pair bay gel ings, 8 to 9 yrs, Wm R Cochran, Middletown, Delaware, 1st prem best single carriage horse, John P Cochran, Middletown, Del, 2d prem best single carriage hone, Jacob B Cazier, Kirkwood, Del, 10 00 Diploma 5 00 Diploma Award or Premiums to Tbotting Horses. CLASS 22d. 1st prem to Stonewall, Jos Johnson, Mil lington, Md, 2d prem to Jennie Moore, J W Moore, Federalsbarg, Md 40 00 25 00 CLASS 23d. 1ft prem to Minnie, John Cochran, Mid dletown, Del. 2d prem to Alverda,Wm D Cornog New ark, Del, 12 00 6 00 CLASS 24th. lit prem to Modoc, N E Pennington,Ga lena, Md, 140 00 CLASS 25th. 1st prem to Cleopatra,BS Russell,Penns grove, N J, 2d prem to Dexter, WmLore,MtPleasant 20 00 Del 10 00 CLASS 36th. 1st prem to Billy Bouldeu and LadyBur gett, H Burgett, Ches Ci ty, Md, 2d prem Bill and Mountain Boy, SJ Hill, Locust Grove, Kent Cou nty, Md, CLASS 27th. 1st prem Andy Johnson, George Jones, Middletown Del, 2d prem Modoc, N E Pennington, Ga lena, Md, 30 00 15 0 0 120 00 60 00 CLASS 28th. lst'prem Bay Chief, B F Grier, Oxford Pa, 50 00 2d prem Frank, Cbas B Fithian, Bridgetown, N. J, 3d prem Kent, R A Cochran, Jr., Mid dletown, 4th prem Maryland Chief, Jas A Davis, Fttderaisburg, Md, 25 00 15 00 10 00 CLASS 29th. 1st prem Keystone Patchen, Wm A Kennedy, Kennedy ville, Md. 2 preiu Hernion, David Lord, Bridge ville, Del. 60 00 30 00 CLASS 30. 1st prem Perkins Morrell, Wm C Wood Haddonfield, N J, 2d prem Andy Johnson, Geo Jones, Mid dletown, Del, 240 00 120 00 CLASS 31. Sheep. 80ÜTHD0WN8. 1st prem best buck 2 years and up wards, Cbas P Cochran, Middletowu, 5 00 2d prem best buck 2 years and upwards, H A Nowland, 1st best bunk under 1 years, Prof E D Porter, Newark, 2d best buck under 2 years, Geo W Lockwood, Warwick, Maryland Farmer, 1st prem pen ewes 2 years and up wards, Geo. W Lockwood, Warwick, 5 00 1st prem pen ewes under 2 years, Geo W Lockwood, Warwick, 1st prem best pen lambs, George W Lockwood, Warwick, 2d best pen lambs, Harris McDowell, Middletown, American Farmtr 2 00 3 00 3 0* 3 00 CLASS 32d. C0T8W0LD SHUP. 1st best pen ewes 2 years and upwards, Harris McDowell, Middletown, CLASS 33. Native or Mixed Breeds. lit best pen ewes, E R Wilson, Newark, 2 00 Fat Sheep. , _ V r> oo 1st best pen, Harris McDowell, Middle town, 2 00 Class 34. Wool. 1st prem best sample S D wool, Prof E Country Gentleman D Porter, Newark CLASS 35. Swine. Pure Breeds, Chester County Whites. let prem best boar Davy Crockett, R H Hodgson, New London, 1st prem best brood sow Beauty, R H Hodgson, New London, 2d prem best brood sow, Crisfield Murphy, Middletown, 1st prem best pigs between 3 and 6 months old, R H Hodgson, New Lon don, 2d prem best pigs between 3 and 6 months old, B T Craddock, Middle town, 1st prem pigs under 3 months, Miles Clark, Kirkwood, 2d prem pigs under 3 months, James L Foard, Elkton, Md, 3d prem pigs ander 3 months, R H Hodgson, New London Maryland Farmer, Class 36. Sub A. Berkshire. 5 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 3 00 300 2 00 l3t prem best boar 1 year old and up ward, Gen C Van Vorst, Milford, . 2d prem best boar 1 year old and up ward, D Z Evans, Town Point, Md 1st prem best brood sow 2 years and up wards, Gen C Van Vorst, Milford, 1st prem best brood sow 1 year and under 2 years, Gen C Van Vorst, Mil ford, 1st prem best brood sow under 1 year, D Z Evans, 1st prem best lot of pigs, Gen C Van Vorst, 5 00 3 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 Class 36. Sub C. Jerskt Red. 1st prem best lot between 3 and 6 months old, Cbas P Cochran, Middle town, 2d prem best lot betweer 3 and 6 months old, Wm A Cochran, English Vorksiire. 5 00 3 00 1st prem best pigs 7 werks old, D Z Evans, Town Point, CLASS 37. Poultry. Diploma, 1st prem best pair white-faced black 3panish fowls, S B Kelly, Middletown, 2 00 1st prem best pair Silvered Penciled Ham burghs, R H Hodgson, New London, 1st prem best pair spargled, R H Hodg son, New London, 1st prem best pair game, H R Walker, Jr, Middletown, 1st prem best pair game, H R Walker, Jr, Middletown, 1st prem best pairbantum, R H Hodg son, New London, 1st prem best pair bronze turkeys, E D Porter, Newark, 1st prem best pair lead color, C & H, E D Porter, Newark, 1st prem best lot of turkeys, this year's growth, E D Porter, Newark, 1st prem best pair Chinese geese, R H Hodgson, New London, 1st prem 3 wild geese, Jas T Shalleross, Odessa, 1st prem best pair Muscovy ducks, Jas T Shalleross, Odessa, _ 1st prem best pair Rouen ducks. R H Hodgson, New London, 1st prem best pair Aylesbury ducks, RH Hodgson, New London Amer Agriculturist 1st prem best display of pigeons, E W Amer Agriculturist 1st prem best dozen hen eggs, S B Kelly, Middletown, Pract Farmer 1st prem best coop of poultry,RH Hodg son, New London, 2 00 2 00 2 00 Medal 1 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 Pract Fanner Diploma Pract Farmer Md Farmer Jester, St Georges, 5 00 CLASS 39 Farh Implements and Machinery. 1st prem best phosphate drill, Foard & Comegjs, H ft W, Diploma 1st prem best reaping machine, Wm H Barr ft Co., Middletown, Diploma tat preni beat mowing, Crawford, Cox ft Jones, Middletown, 1st prem best grain drill, Harper ft Ba ker, Milford, Diploma 1st prem best corn marker, Cox ft Jones, Middletown, Diploma 1st prem best cultivator for general use, Barron & Carnagy, Summit, 1st prem best thresher and cleaner,Casho Machine Co, Newark Diploma 1st prem best washing machine, Clipper, Mrs A R Pennington, Middletown Diploma 2d prem best washing machine, Clipper, C H Register, Dover 1st prem best display of plows, L V As uril, Odessa 1st prem best tanning mill, JHSbreiner, Mechanicsville, Pa 1st prem best berry basket, R M Cooper, Laurel 1st p re m bes t berry cr ate, R M Coo per, Laurel Diploma 1st prem best horse rake, Foard ft Com egys, Middletown 1st prem best peach assorter, J A Jones, Middletown 1st prem bes' potato assorter, J A Jones, Middletown 1st prem best horse and mule yoke, Cox ft Jones, Middletown 1st prem best railway horse-power,Caslio Machine Co, Newark 1st prem best portable cider mill press, Harper ft Baker, Milford 1st prem best machine for extracting stumps, L V Aspril, Odessa 1st prem best farm gate, R Creager, Middletown 1st prem orchard cultivator, L V Aspril, Odessa 1st prem best argricultural steam engine, McWhorter ft Co, St Georges 1st prem best plow sulky, Cox ft Jones, Middletown 1st prem best 2-horse farm wagon, with body, Barron ft Carnagy, Summit Diploma 1st prem best wheelbarrow, Barrons ft Carnagy, Summit 1st prem best displav of farming tools by manufactories on Peninsula, L V As pril, Odessa 1st prem most numerous collection of ag ricultural implements, without regard to place of manufacture, Cox ft Jones 10 00 1st prem best farm pump, hand-power, Edwin Jones, Middletown Diploma Diplomt Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma i Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma 10 00 Diploma CLASS 40. Manufactures other than Domestic. lit prem best parlor stove for coal, John B Roberts. Middletown 1st prem best Morning Glory, J B Rob erts, Middletown 1st prem hest display draining tile, W in * M Bell, Smyrna 1st prem best 2-horse carriage, McLear & Kendall, Wilmington 1st prem hest 1-horse carriage, J M Cox ft Bro, Middletown 1st prem best jaggar wagon, Cooling Bros ft Co, Wilmington 1st prem bestphæton, McLear ft Kendall, Wilmington 1st prem best extension top barouche, McLear ft Kendall, Wilmington Diploma 1st prem best clothes horse, Barron ft Carnagy, Summit 1st prem best ratchet brace, Barrons ft Carnagy, Summit 1st prem best drill, Barron ft Carnagy, Summit lit prem best tqer iron, Barron ft Carna gy, Summit 1st prem best Ecli[se blower, Barron ft Carnagy, Summit Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma Diploma CLASS 41. Honet. 1st prem best 4 lb honey, Thos Clayton, Mt Pleasant 2d prem best 4 lb honey, A P Crockett, Middletown Diploma Meda CLASS 42. Floub aid Meal. 1st prem best bbl wheat flour, Pastry, Cox ft Jones, Middletown, Diploma 2d prem best bbl wheat flour, Powtaxat, Cox ft Jones, Middletown Diploma 1st prem best ewt wheat flour in bags, Clifton, Cox ft Jones, Middletown Diploma 2d prem best cwl wheat flou^ in bags, Kirkwood, Cox ft Jones, Midi'n Diploma CLASS 43. Gbain and Seeds. Ist prem liest bus white wheat, Cox ft Junes, Middletown Country Qeqtleman 1st prem best bus oats, Excelsor, Sam'l Country Gentleman 1st prem best bus oats, Spangled, Sam'l Fenimore, Odessa, 1st prem best 12 ears yellow gourd seed ççrn, E D Porter, Newark Amer Farmer 1st prem best 12 ears white gourd seed Anjer farmer Fenimore, Odessa Md Farmer corn, S B Kelly, Midl'n 1st prem best 12 ears pale yellow, R H Md Farmer 00 Hodgson, New London 1st prem best timothy seed (1 bus), Cox & Jones, Middletown Country Gentleman 1st prem liest bug grass seed (green) Cox Country Gentleman oo & Jones, Midl'n 1st prem best (mg orchard grass seed, Cox A Jones, Midl'n Country Gentleman 1st prem best bag Millet grass seed, Cox ft Jooes, Midl'n Country Gentleman CLASS 44th. Vegetables. Root Crop 1st prem best peerless potatoes, James L Foard, Elkton Country Gentleman 2d prem best peerless potatoes, Lewis Cuvender, Ml Pleasant Amer. Farmer 1st prem best early rose potatoes, E D Porter, Newark Country Gentleman 2d prem best early rose potatoes, Richard Hanson, Middletown Pract Farmer 1st prem best bushel turnips, E R Coch ran. Middletown Country Gentleman 1st prem best sugar beets, General C Van Vorst, Milford Country Gentleman 2d prem best sugar beets, E D Porter, Newark Md Farmer 2d prem best doz table beets, A H Hush abeck, Middletown Md Farmer 1st prem best salsify or oyster plant, E D Porter, Newark Country Gentleman 1st prem best parsnips, H Vandegrift, Mt Pleasant 2d prem best parsnips, E D Porter. Newark Pract Farmer 1st prem greatest variety of root crops, E D Porter, Newark 1st prem Corupton surprise potatoes, Thomas Clayton, Country Gentleman CLASS 45th. 00 00 00 00 00 Country Gentleman 00 300 5 00 00 1st prem best 6 roots celery, E D Porter, Newark Country Gentleman 2d prem best 6 roots celery, H Vamle grift, Mt Pleasant Pract Farmer 1st prem 3 heads cabbage, E D Porter, * Newark Country Gentleman 2d prem 3 heads cabbage, H Vandegrift, Mt Pleasant Pract Farmer 1st prem best 3 heads canliflewer, E D Porter, Newark Country Gentleman 1st prem best onions, A P Crockett, Middletown Country Geutleman 2d prem best ouions, E R Cochran, Middletown Md Farmer 1st prem best limn beans, Miss Virginia Country Gentleman 2d |uem lima beans, E D Porter, New Md Farmer 1st prem best tomatoes, E R Cochran, Middletown Country Gentleman 2d prem best tomatoes, A R Hushaheck, Midd etown Md Farmer 1st piem best Lodon marrow squashes, E D Porter, Newark Country Gentleman 1st prem l est hubbard rquash, E D Por ter, Newark Country Gentleman 1st prem best cooking pumpkins, E D Porter, Newark Country Gentleman 1st prem best mammoth pumpkins, H R Walker, Middletown Country Gentleman 1st prem largest field pumpkins, E D Potter, Newark Country Gentleman 1st pram best assort, table vegetables, E D Porter, Newark 00 00 00 00 00 Lake, Middletown 00 ark 00 00 00 00 5 00 CLASS 46. Butter and Cheese. 00 1st prem best 2 lb butter. Col E Wilkins, Cliestertown Siver Butter dish 2d prem best 2 lb butter, Mrs William Flintham, Warwick Butter Knife Special prem best 2 lb butter, Richard Hanson, Warwick Napkin Ring 1st prem liest 1 lb butter, Mrs William Flintham, Warwick 2d prem best 1 lb butter, Richard Han son, Warwick, 00 00 00 2 00 Napkin Ring 00 CLASS 48 Bread, Sub "A." 1st prem best loaf wheat bread. Mrs M Silver Cake Basket 2d prem best loaf wheat bread, Mrs Wm Flintham, Warwick Bread Knife 1st prem best loaf brnn bread, Mrs H Clayton, Mt Pleasant Individual S Cellars 1st prem best Md biscuit, Mrs John R Price, Warwick, Md 2d prem best Md biscuit, Mrs Mary Reyn olds, Middletown 00 W Morrison, Mid'n. 2 00 l 00 Bread Sub "A." 1st prem best loaf wheat bread, Miss Mary E Morrison, Mid'n. Silver C Basket 2d prem best loaf wheat bread, Miss Fanny A Denny, Middletown, Bread Knife 1st prem best corn bread, Miss Mol lie Morton, Warwick 1st prem best } doz Md biscuit, Miss Fanny A Morris, Middletown 1st prem } doz rusks, Miss Fanny A Denny, Middletown 00 Napkin Ring 2 00 00 I I I I j I ! I 1 (g) 1 00 Bbead "C." 1st prem best loaf wneat bread, Sil vie A Soup Ladle Wrigbt, Middletown CLASS 49. Cakes, Sub "A." 1st prem best sponge cake, Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown 2d prem best sponge cake, Mrs Jobs Price, 1st prem best Jelly «ake, Miss Maggie Johns, 1st prem best cup cakes, Mrs LP Mc Dowell, Middletown 1 00 2d prem best cup cake, Mrs Silas B Kel Medal 1 00 Medal 1 00 ly, Middletown lst'prem greatest variety of cakes, Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown Division "B." Sub "B." 1st prem best hard ginger cakes, Miss Ada Lockwood, Middletown 1 00 . Pies, ftc. 1st prem best cherry pies, Miss Lizzie i Hutaire, Middletown CLASS 51. Custard Pies. 1st prem best lemon custard pie, Mrs T H P Murphy, Middletown 1st prem best white potato custard pie, Miss Lizzie Hutaire, Middletown, CLASS 52. Dried Fruits and Vegetables. 1st prem best quart dried green corn, Mrs S B Kelly, Middletown 2d prem best quart dried green corn, Mrs Wm K Lockwood, Warwick, ' 1st prem largest display of dried fruit, A L Sellers, Middletown 1st preni largest display of dried fruit other than Alden, Gardner ft Barker, Milford 2d prem largest display of dried fruit other than Alden, E Register, Dover, 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 Medal Diploma Diploma Medal Del CLASS 54. Preserves. Large Fbuits. 1st prem best white peach preserves, Mrs T F Dilworth, Port Penn, 2d prem best white peach preserves, Mrs A G Cox, Middletown 1st prem hest yellow peach preserves,Mrs T F Dilworth, Port Penn, 1st prem best pear preserves, Mrs A G Cox. Middletown 1st prem best pine apple, Mrs Wm Flin tham, Warwick, CLASS 55. Small Fruits. 1st prem best cherry preserves, Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown 1st prem best raspherry preserves, Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown 1st prem best blackberry, Mrs Wm Flin tham, Warwick 1st prem largest display fruit preserves. Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown CLASS 56. Jellies. Large Fruit. 1st prem best apple jelly, Miss Lou Cox, Middletown 2d prem best apple jelly, Miss L Hutaire, Middletown 1st prem best crab-apple jelly, Mrs John Price, Warwick 2d prem best crah-apple jelly, Mrs R R Cochran, Middletown 1st prem best quince jelly, Mrs Sallie Polk, Odessa, 1st prem largest display of jellies, Miss L Hutaire, Middletown CLASS 57. Jellies. Small Fruits. 1st prem best grape jelly, Miss Lou Cox, Middletown 2d prem best grape jelly, Mrs William K Lockwood, Warwick 1st prem best currant jelly, red, Mrs A G Cox, Middletowo 1st prem best currant jelly, white, Mrs Laura Townsend, Townsend 1st prem best small fruit jelly in cans, Mrs S B Kelly, Middletown 2d prem best small fruit jelly in cans, Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown 1st prem largest display of jellies, Mrs^A G Cox, Middletown 1 00 Medal 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 Medal 1 00 Medal 1 00 Medal 1 00 Diploma 1 00 Medal 1 00 1 00 1 00 Medal Diploma CLASS 58. Fruit in Sealed Cans. Best peaches, five varieties. 1st prem sealed in glass cans previous to 1874, Mrs A G Cox, Middletown 2nd prem sealed in glass cans previous to 1874, Miss Lou Cox, Middletown 1st prem liest white peaches in glass cans, 1874, Mrs Tlios Cochran Middletown 2d prem best white peaches in glass cans, 1874, MrgJV K Lockwood, Warwick Medal 1st prem best yellow peaches, Mis Thos Dilworth, Port Penn 1 00 2d prem best yellow peaches, Mrs Wm Lockwood, Warwick Mtda) 5 00 I Medal 1 00 2d 2d 1st prem greatest variety of fruit in glass cans, Mrs T F Dilwortb, Port Penn, 2d prem greatest variety of fruit in glass cans, Mrs Wm K Lockwood, Warwick Diploma 1 00 CLASS 59. Picsles. 1st prem best pickled ehow chow, Mrs A G Cox, Middletown 1st prem best pickled cucumbers,. Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown CLASS 60. Catsups, Vinegar 1st prem best cider vinegar, Jno David son, Summit Bridge CLASS 61. Spiced Fruits. 1st prem best spiced Petiÿhes, Mrs A G ' Cox, Middletown 2d prem liest spiced peaches,Mrs William K Lockwood, Warwick 1st prem best pickled eggs, Miss Mary Cochran. Middletown I 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 Medal I 00 CLA&S 63. Fancy Needle Work. Snb Class "A" Zephyr Work. 1st prem best carriage afghan, Mrs Joshua Menough, 2d prem best carriage afghan, Miss Mag gie GUpin, Elkton 3d prem liest carriage aighan, Miss Flor ence Warren 1st prem best coach afghan for children, MrsWrn Flintham, Warwick 1st prem best ottoman cover, Mrs A G Cox. Middletown 2d prem best ottoman cover, Mrs HUB Crawford, Warwick 1st prem best chair cover, Miss V Lord Odessa 2d prem best chair cover, Mrs Willaim A Comegys, Middletown 1st prem best knit or croebet shawl, Mrs S G Carter, Townsend 2d prem best worked slippers, Mrs S G Carter, Townsend 1st prem best knit sofa cushion, Mrs Ju lian Cochran, Middletown 1st prem best Java Canvass tidy chair, Mrs Julian Cochran. Middletown 2d prem best Java Canvass tidy chair, Miss M iry Cochran, Middletown Medal 1st prem best zephyr tidy, Mrs S G Car ter, Townsend 2d prem liest zephyr tidy, Miss Ella Coch ran, Middletown 1st prem best zephyr work, Mrs Wm Flin tham. Warwick 1st prem largest display of zephyr work. Miss Marion fyirn, Middletown Sub Clabs B. Silk And Cotton Embroidery. 1st prem best sofa cushion, Miss Alice Cochran. Middletown, 1st prem best netted tidy, Mrs C Fergu sou, Black Bird, 2d prem best netted tidy, Mrs C J Smith, 5 00 3 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 Medal 1 00 Medal 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 ; 1 00 1 00 Medal 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 Medal, 1st prem best crochet, Mrs S G Carter, Townsend, 2 prem best crochet, Miss Ella Cochran, Middletown, 1st preiu best specimen tetting, Miss Clara Barns, Middletown, 2 prem best specimen tetting, Miss Ada Jump, 1st prem best pin cushion. Miss Mattie Caveuder, 2 prem best pin cushion, Miss Alice Cochran, 1st prem liest crochet quilt, Miss Amanda Cochran, 2 prein best crochet quilt, Mrs Chas G Ash, Del City, 1st prem best needle work on muslin, Mrs Sewell Holten, 1st prem best needle work on embroidery, Mrs Wm A Comeygs, Middletown, 1st prem best embroidery on flannel, Mrs R R Cochran, 1st prem best silk, Miss Laura Lindsay, Chesapeake City, l oo Medal 1 00 Medal, 1 00 Medal, 10O Medal 1 00 1 00 I 00 1 oo Class 64. Sub A. Quilts. 1st prem b|st pieeed calico quilt, Mrs Wm T Case, 2d prem best pieced calico quilt, Mrs J C Wilson, Middletown, 1st prem best pieced worsted quilt, Mrs Alice Walker, 1st prem best pieced worsted quilt, Miss Amanda Cochran, 2d prein best pieced worsted quilt, Miss L R Vandegrift, 1 00 Medal, 1 00 1 00 Meda! Class 65. Sub B. General Fancy Work. 1st prem best wax flewers, Miss Kate Eiiason, 2d prem best wax flowers, Miss Lillian Roberts, Black Bird, 1st prem best wax fruit, Miss Carne Eiiason, 1st prem best wax design, Miss Mollie I Naudain, Mount Pleasant, I 2d prem best wax, Miss Marion Harn, I Middletown, I 1st prem be.-t artificial flowers wax, Miss j Marion Hum, Middletown, I 2d prem best artificial flowers, Miss ! Fannie Shepherd, I 1st prem best hair flowers work, Mrs Jos Enos, Odessa, 2d prem best Imir flowers, Mrs Jos Enos, Odessa, 1st prem best fancy box, Mrs Julian Cochran, Middletown, 1st prem best hanging basket, Mrs T H Murphy, Midilleluwu, - 1st prem best wax autumn leaves, Miss Molly Lynch, Middletown, 2d prem best wax autumn leaves, Miss H Warren, Ist prem b.st decalcomania, Miss Annie Rol>ert8, Black Bird, 1st prem best fancy work, Miss Alice Cochran, Middletown, CLASS 66. Appliw. Medal 1 00 1 00 Medal 1 00 Medal 1 00 Medal 1 00 1 OO 1 00 Medal 1 00 1 00 1st prem best and greatest var of apples, J B Fenimore, Middletown, 2d prem best and greatest var of apples, Randolph Peters, Wilmington, 1st prem best and chuicest apples, Horticulturist 5 00 2 00 Randolph Peters 2d prem best and choicest Gardiner ft Barker, Milford, apples, Md Farmer CLASS 67. 1st prem best peaches, E R Cochran, Middletown, 2d prem best peaches, Polk ft Hyatt, Odessa, 1st prem best and greatest no choice peaches, Polk ft Hyatt, Udessa, 10 00 5 00 Horticulturist 2d prem best and greatest no choice peaches, E R Cochran, Middletown, Maryland Farmer 1st prem best } dozen Sickle peurs, Randolph Peters, Wilmington, Horticulturist 1st prem best } dozen Beure de Anjou, Randolph Peters, Wil, 2d prem. best } duzen Beure de Anjou, S B Kelly, Middletown, 1st prein best } duzen Louis bonne de Jersey, S B Kelly, Middletown, Horticulturist American Farmer Horticulturist 1st prem best } dozen Bartlett, Ran dolph Peters, Wilmington 1st prem best display uot less than ten varieties, Randolph Peters, Wilming ton, 2d prem best display not less than ten varieties, Gardiner ft Barker, Milford, Horticultnrist 2d prem best 2 bushel apples, Gardiner ft Barker, Milford, 1st prem best display of 48 varieties, John Davidson, Summit, Horticulturist Diploma Horticulturist Horticulturist 1st prem best Beurre Clair, Randolph Peters, Wilmington, 1st prem best Duchess de Angoleme, D Z Evans, Horticulturist 2d prem best Duchess de Angoleme, Randolph Peters, 1st prem best Wintto Nellis, Randolph Peters 1st prem best Buffin V, Randolph Peters, 1st prem best Vicar, Randolph Peters, Horticulturist 1st prem best Lawrence, Randolph Peters, Horticulturist 1st prem best Sbeldon, Randolph Peters, Horticulturist 1st prem best Grey Doyene, S B Kelley, Horticulturist 1st prem best Howell, S B Kelley, Horticulturist 1st prem best Bell Lucrative, 8 B Kelley, Horticulturist 1st prem best Easter Beaune, S B Kelly Horticulturist 1st prem best Napolean, S B Kelley, Horticulturist Horticulturist Maryland Farmer Horticulturist Horticulturist j I 1st prem best Diana grapes, S B Kelly,* Middletown Horticulturist 2d tirent best Diana grapes, E P Çortfr, Newark 1st prem best Concord grapes, A Scout, CLASS 68. Quince, Plums, Grapes. 1st prem l«st do| quinces, Gardner ft I Barker, Milford 1st prem best Del grapes, Gardner ft Barker, Milford 2d prem best Del grapes, S B Kelly, Middletown Md Farmer Horticulturist Horticulturist Md Farmer Smyrna HorticuhurUt 2d prem best Concord grapes, S B Kelly, Middletown Md Farmer 1st prem lies t collection grown in open Horticulturist 2d prem best collection grown in open air, 8 B Kelly, Middletown Md Farmer 1st prem best black Hambnrgb grapes, Horticulturist 1st prem best quality under glass, Thos Horticulturist 1st prem best quality under glass, Thos Dougherty, Wilmington, Diploma 1st prem best citron melon, D Z Evans, Town Point, Amer Farmer 1st prem best grapes, Rodgers seed No 1, Gardner ft Barker, Mil lord Horticulturist 1st prem best grapes,.Rodgers seed No 33, Horticulturist 1st prem best grapes,Rodgers' seed No 13, Hort cultorist 1st prem best grapes,Rodgers' seed No 4, à Scout, Smyrna Horticulturist 1st prem liest grapes,Rodgers' seed No IB, Horticulturist S. air, A Scout, Smyrna Thos Dougherty, Wil Dougherty, Wilmington A Scout, Smyrna S B Kelly. Middletown S B Kelly, Middletown Ist prem best Herbemont, SB Kelly, Middletown 1st prem best song of Georgia, A Scout, Smyrna 1st prem best Elsinborough, E D Porter, Horticulturist 1st prem best Mountain Raccoon,- A Scout, Smyrna Horticulturist 1st. prem best Mortons' Virginia, A Scout, Smyrna Horticultnrist 1st prem best Clinton. A Scout. -Sroyr Horliculturist 2d prem best Clinton, Gardner ft Bark er, Milford 1st prem best Isabella, A Scout, Smyr Horticnltnrist 1st prem best isriella. A Scout, Sm.vr Horliculturist 1st prem best Iona, Gardner ft Barker. Horlicnltnrist 2d prem best loin. A Scout, Smyr na 1st prèin best Perkius, A Scout, Smyr HortirulturUt 1st prem beat Catawba, S B Kelly, Mid dletown 1st prem best Adirondac, Gardner ft Barker. Milford Horticulturist Horticulturist Newark aa Md Farmer nn na Milford Md Farmer □a Horticulturist Horticulturist CLASS 69. Gbken-Hoube Plants. 1st pr.em best displav by nurserymen, Randolph Peters, Wil 1st prem best display hot-house plants, Mrs Sallie Polk, Odessa Amer Farmer 1st prem best display of cut dahlias, Amer Farmer 1st prem best display of flowers, Ran dolph Peters Wilmington Amer Farmer 1st prem Lest display of floral designs, Mrs Scowdrirk. Middletown Diploma 1st prem he.-t display of rustic basket, Mrs L P McDoweli, Mid'n 2d prem best display of rustic basket, Mrs Seowdrick, Middletown Amer Farmer DISCRETIONARY. 1st prem be3t rocking-horse, Samuel Floyd, Wilmington Diploma 1st prem best peach and apple trees, Randolph Peters, Wilmington Diploma 1st urem liest asparagus machine, Bucke ft Sod, Middletown 1st prem best oil painting, Mrs Stam, Cheslertown 1st prem best soap, Moore ft Bro Wil mington 1st prem best painting, "First Born,'' Mrs C W Prettyman, Townsend Diploma 1st pre.tr. best case of stuffed birds, Orson L Foulks, Town Point 1st prem best corn-husk basket, D Z Evans, Town Point 1st prem liest rag mats, Mrs Rachel Floyd, AVilmington 1st prem best 2 pair woolen blankets, Thus M.tllalieti, Millington. Md Diploma 1st prem Lest patent ironing tools, D Z Evans, Town Point Diploma 1st prem best Clinton wine 1868-1869, A Scout, Smyrna 1st prem best giant beets, General C Vanvorst, Milford 1st prem best Storm Spring bed, P H Storm, Milford 1st prem best mammoth Sun Flower, H R Walker, Middletown Diploma 1 barrel ammoniated phosphate, (Coe's) John Wilson, Smyrna. 1 barrel Wilmington Poudrette fertilizer, John M Taylor, Wilmington. Collection : fertilizer and fertilizing ma terials, Lorcnts ft Ritter. 1 bag Tygert'8 Star Bone Phosphate, W H Thompson, Smyrna. ; 1 Superior Combined Reaper, Jas Gar man, St. Georges. Display of Whips, Josiah Shaw, Phila. To the Lady Exhibitor who has taken the greatest number of premiums 10 00 To the lady exhibitor who has taken the second greatest number of premiums 6 00 To the gentleman exhibitor who bas ta ken the greatest number of prems 10 00 To the gentleman exhibitor who has ta ken the 2 J greatest number of prems 6 00 Amer Farmer Randolph Peters, Wil Amer Farmer Diploma Diploma Diploma 5 00 Medal Medal Diploma Diploma Diploma THE FALL CAMPAIGN AT THE Boot, Sloe and Hat Emporiiis OF R. M. ft W. T. JOHNSON, At Smyrna and Milford, Delaware, Has opened with the largest and cheapest stock of goods on the Peninsuln. They re spectfully invite the attentiou of the public to the fact that they make the shoe business a S|iecia!ty, devoting their time entirely to it; looking up the cheapest markets for the best and newest styles of SHOES and buying their goods for cash iu such large quantities that it enables, them to purchase directly of the Eastern manufacturers, thereby saving at least 25 jier cent, which the Philadelphia job Iters and middlemen make on the genera trade. They are. therefore, offering special inducements to buyers,and all orders to them will receive prompt attention. Write just what you want in quality, style and size, Mttd the goods will be sent by express, freight mail, at the option of the buyer. Country dealers will be supplied at astonishing low rates. In order to let the public know what we are doing, the following prices are given of a few leading articles : Gents best quality Kip Boots 20 ft 22 inch legs, $4 25 and $4 50. Gents best quality Kip Boots 20 ft 22 inch legs, band-made, $4 75. Gents best quality split Kip Boots 20 ft 22 inch legs, $3 50. Gents Hand-made Calf Boots, best quality, $5 00, $5 25. $5 50. $6 50. Gents hand-made Gaiters, buttoned and plain, $4 00, $4 50, $5 0G. Gents Heavy Boots, at $2 50, $2 75, $3 00, $3 25, $3 50. Ladies' first-class Tampico and Turkey Mo rocco Button Gaiters, $3 00. Misses' first-class Tampico and Turkey Mo rocco Button Gaiters, $2 50. Misses' Solid Grain or Pebble, $2 00, $2 25. Ladies' " " " ' $2 00, $2 50. " best American Kid Button Gaiters, $3. Misses' " " " " or $2 50, $2 75. Misses' best Glove Kid Button Gaiters, $2 75. Ladies' " " " " *3 25. $3 50. Laced .Shoes from 25 to 50 cents per pair lower. Children's Shoes in proportion. La dies' hand-made Shoes, about $1 more per R. M. ft W. T. JOHNSON, 8myrna and Milford, Del. pair, oct 3-tf FARMS WANTED. T HAVE enquiries for small farms on this Peninsula, and respectfully solicit persons having such farms, improved or otherwise to place them in my hands for sale. Blanks for description furnished upon application by mail - J. THOMAS BUDD, Real Estate Agent, Middletown, Del. July 25—3m. R. ED W ARDS, TAILOR, Transcrpt Building, MIDDLETOWN, DEL. Oct 3d, 1874-tf j VA70RKING PEOPLE-Male or Female. I V V Employment at home, $30 per week warranted, no capital required. Particulars and valuable samples sent free Address with 6 cent return stamp, C. ROSS, Williams bUr E'^:„ jl25-8t WANTED, A GOOD frçsh Milch Cow. Must be gentle qnd an easy milker, not less than 6 yrs. old. Address, with price and purlieu! GEORGE W1GGIN, ' Townsend, Cel. is Oct 10-11 jjrg (goods, iroctriw, &t. S. M. REYNOLDS has purchased thie column for one year from Oct. 1. bargain S AT THE __ H I A 1/ Q | Il D L I KKIIjVV A I II 11 I 1 U ■ VF • % w 1 w T.AT? jGKE1 ■ •O 500 doxen Clark's O.N. T. spool Cotton, four spools for 25 elf. 1000 yards PRINTS, fast colors, only 6}, 8, and 10 cents per yard. 1000 yards COTTON FLANNELS, at 12}, 18, » 18, 20, 'll and 25 cents per yard. 1000 yards Black ALPACAS, at 25, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents per yard. 2000 yards MOULIN, at 8, 10, 12}, 14, 16, 18 and 20 cent# 1000 yards GINÖHÄÖ, at 10, 12} and 15 cents per yard. ard. 500 yards WOOLEN FLANNELS, at 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50 cents per yard. 1000 yards new style Cassimeres for men and boys' wear, at 60c, 75c, 90c, $1, $1 25, $1 50, and $t 75 par yard. 500 yards Kerseys, at 40, 50, 75 cts. and $1 per yard. 100 Men's Casslmare COATS, at $4 50, $5 00 and $6 00. 100 Men's Cassimere PANTS, at $2 and $2 50. 500 pairs Ladies'Cotton HOSE, at 10c, lie. and 12c. per pair. 500 pairs Gents' Cotton HALF-HOSE, at 10 and 12} cents per pair. A large stock of all the new and most flash ionabla Hats for gents, boys, youths and children at prices as low as the lowest. 500 pairs Women's SHOES, at $1 50, %l 75, $2 00, $2 25 aad $2 50 per pair. 1000 pairs Misses and Children's SHOES, at 50c, 75c, $1, $1 25, $1 50, $1 75 to $2 50 per pair. 1000 pairs Men's Heavy BOOTS, at $3, $3 50, $4, $4 50 and $5 per pair. 500 Boys' BOOTS, at$l 50, $1 75, $2, $2 25, $2 50 and $3 per pair. Our Boots and Shoes are all made to order, and every pair warranted. 2000 pounds WHITE SUGAR, at 12 and 12} cts per pound. 2000 pounds BROWN and YELLOW SUGAR, at 10 and 11 cts. per pound. 1006 pounds Rio Coffee, at 26c. per pound. a 10 0 pounds Black and Green TEAS, at 50«. 75c, and $1 per pound. 2000 gallons CO A L OIL, at 20 cts. per gallon. SOLE AGENT FOR PEBKINS & HOUSE» NON-EX PLOSIVE METAL LAMP, The best in the market. We still adhere to the custom inaugu rated by us of deducting 10 per cent, on Dry • Goods and 5 per cent, on Groceries for CASH. s. M. Reynolds. • JSTOTICEl. ALL CUSTOMERS WHOSE BILLS HAVE \ BEEN PRESENTED WILL PLEASB Ci aid Mate i Settlmt AT ONCE. AS I MUST HAVE FUNDS TO CONDÜ0T MY BUSINESS.' 9. M. REYNOLDS. Oct 3-ly.