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SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 17, 1874.
Local and State Affairs.
THE LATE ELECTION.
MAJORITY IN THE STATE T81
-V NEW CASTLE COUNTY.
MAJOtmn ON the Insyectou' Ticket
THROUGHOUT TBS STAY!
Cmady wiat Bast.
Ness Castle _
White Clay Creek East
Red Lion East
St. George's East
ii 4t Wait
- i<> -
Dem. maj. tn the county
Dock Greek Hand
Dover ,. ,
Cedar Creek Huad
N. W. Fork
Indian River "
Lewes A Reb. "
THE MAJORITY IN THE STATE.
New Castle County,
Total Democratic Majority,
Harder at HllfUrd.
Friday evening, abont 6 o'clock, Milford
was thrown into a state of excitement by the
report of the killing of Abraham Deputy by
Thomas Devines. Th* facts in the case so tor
as I can learn, are, that a year or two ago
, they had a quarrel down at the "Oyster
Rocks," when Deputy whipped Devines pretty
bndly, and until he got a full satisfaction,
tbl -re being no one there to render any assist
Prem then until the present, they have
«■ friendly terms ; so Friday, just
before night' ** " ,he wWf and com '
menced \nLrre^ '*** * " hi,e
Devines started boiT**» 4 flowed
V still disputing. Fi
just a little way bebinu,
nally they got to the Pk *'*"' 0 Chsrch
where they bad to take sey^. to
reach their homes. So Deputy Defines
if he would come back to the cor.
street he would thrash him again. .^* T ^**
turned about and came back, and in ret. '
ing be open his knife and met Deputy an. 1
stabbed him in the stomach, cutting one rib
into, and the second lang with the knife.
Deputy lingered until yesterday morning.
Devines was arrested and is now in George
town jail.— Cor. of Commercial.
Notices of intended applications for liqnor
licenses appear in all the papers.
Jas. C. Pickels, ef Wilmington, has been
bound over for appearance at eonrt, for tak
ing illegal vote* at the recent election.
Dr. Ridgely, of Dover, during the past sea
son, shipped 6,000 baskets of peaches, which
netted'him $6,000. He bad a early one-toarth
of a crop.
A yonng man named Adkins jumped from
the railraad bridge at Laurel the other day
to avoid being run over by a hand ear and
was dangerously injured.
The Milford Nette says the temperance men
propose to have local option tow enacted by
the next Legislature, if they can : and where
they fail to carry this by vote in any county,
thereto have license under the present tows.
The Board of Education, of Wilmington,
have resolved to not spoil the city's children
by sparing the rod. The principals only are
allowed to "whale" the nnruly youngsters
A chap, named Dennis Hayes, from near
Newark, got into trouble while visiting Wil
mington last Monday. He got a little spreey
and being noisy, was fined $5 and costa by
the mayor, and his horse impounded.
•nse Last sC the
E. R. Csehran, Esq., brought ns a lot of
peaches on Monday Of the above variety.
They are * little hard just at present but that
is all the better for keeping, and as Mr. 0.
they will keep till Christmas" we
going to pul them away to try. They are
very nice peaches for so tote ia the season and
mach indebted to Mr. C. for them.
Two Craps of Peaches 1 st Owe ■*«*•■•
Mr. A. P. Crockett abowed ns, on Tuesday,
peaches which be avers were the second
production of one tree this year. They were
of the "Lemon Cling" variety, and though
not large they were peaches nevertheless.
Two crops of peaches off the «me tree in one
season is rather sn uncommon occurrence.
[raoa oua bmolab coma. » poscist.]
Apples are still being shipped,
j The election passed off quitly.
Cor., huskings hare already commenced.
Mr. Gilch has moved into his new home.
The "African church" has undergone a |
series of repairs
Mr Dan'I Stevens has opened a new coal
The "morning glories" still bold their eve
Min Linie Appleton was bnried on Satur
day last, after a liagsring illness of nearly
E. T. Evans A Co., have two veseels laden
with coal (111 tons) bow unloading at oar
Mr. Walking has removed the ornamental
trees from his front yard which is a decided
improvement to his property.
Mr. J. Hyatt met with an accident last
week, sustaining some injury, bat is now
A "service of song" has been organised in
the M. E. Church who« object is to practice
the Sunday School music and review the les
sons for tbo succeeding Sabbath.
The quiet ripple was made to break into
lood demonstrations of excitement over the
sadden marriage of one of onr esteemed towns
women on Thursday lut. We wish them a
long and happy life.
Mrs. Stevens of Wilmington who represents
the interests of the Womens' Foreign Mission
ary Society of the M. E. Church, spoke upon
that iostitotion on Sabbath lut at both the
morning and evening service«. Her style is
pleasing and eeffeclivt and is calcniatsd to
please the mont futidious critic.
Thi Touenamsiet passed off quietly and
without accident. About 300 hundred per
sons were in attendance. Some very fine
riding was done, and considerable skill in
tb* management of the horses was shown.
Quite an exciting contest took place between
Messrs Dnggan and Wilson, of Maryland, bat
the former finally triumphed and won tho
first prise, n "track" sulky, and the honor of
erowning the queen. The second prise, n set
of harness, was awarded to Mr. Wilson, of
Galena, Md., and the third to Mr. Bacon, also
at Md. Miss Charlie Ashcraft, of Odes«,
was selected and crowned Queen by Mr. Dug
gan. Some parties who bad token too much
"bensine" endeavored to create a disturbance
in tb* totter part of the day bat they and
tbeir riot were quietly quelled.
Delaware College Leetnree.
The Newark people are having a splendid
opportunity for literary enjoyment. The
faculty of the College have arranged for n
coarse of five lectures, commencing on Thurs
day evening, October 15th, and ending on
December 4th, as fellows :—( that of Thurs
day evening, 15th, was delivered by Rev. J.
G. Morris, D. D. L. L. D.of Baltimore, on
the "Wonders of the Bee Hive.")
Friday evening, October 2ld— W. H. Wahl,
P. H. D , of Philadelphia, "Coal.
Friday evening, November 6th—Prof. W.
L. Boswell, of Philadelphia, "Shakespeare."
Friday evening, November 20th—A. H.
Grimshaw, M. D., ef Wilmington, "Compar
Friday evening, December 4th—Prof. John
Wise, of Philadelphia, "Aeronautics."
From past experience with the« Delaware
College Lectures, ws have no doubt they will
be rare intellectual treats well worthy of a
long ride to hear.
Nice Clothing : so handsome,
'Tis pleasant to wear,
So well pnt together
It never will tear ;
Of quality HIGHEST,
New styles for the Fall,
Whilst prices are lowest
You'll find at TOWER HALL.
HIGH qualities, LOW prices, and reliable
garments are the legitimate inducements
offered to purchasers by BENNETT A CO. (
TOWER HALL CLOTHING BAZAAR, 518
MARKET STREET, half-way between 5th
and 6th Streets, Philadelphia.
An error occurred in the premium list last
week (not a printer's error however) by which
Mrs. S. G. Carter, of Townsend, was credited
with haring received several premiums. It
should have read Miss S. G. R. Carter, of
Henderson. Mrs. Carter, we believe, had
nothing on exhibition.
Ten DsUsis Reward
W<11 be paid for a correct report of the ex
planation of his vote on the Civil Rights bill
with which the Hon. James R. Lolland
"satisfied" his constituents while he was here
during the "Fair."
rente Grower*' Association.
A meeting ef the Peninsular Frnit Growers'
Association will be held in the State House,
at Dover, on Tuesday, October 20tb, at 2
o'clock, P. M.
Card ef Thanks.
The members of the "Verdi" band, of
-van, under whose auspices the recent tonr
' was held, request u* to return tbeir
thanks to E entl * men who acted as judges,
and other ol.^ c • r, • AIjo ,0 the l» di *s «nd to
the spectators i.' r attendance.
A Democratic meeti.'ff be held at Gar
man's School House, A '_®pequiaimink Hun
dred, this evening, which **11 he addressed
by William Reynolds, Esq., o'* Wilmington,
and H. A. Nowland, Esq.
A tournament took place at Port Deposit,
Cecil county, iaet Thursday.
L. J. Derricksoa has been appointed State'«
attorney for Worcester county.
Mrs. Cummings, of the eighth district of
Cecil county, died n few weeks ago in the
104th yesr of her age.
Lewis Buchanan, on tha farm of Hon. J. A.
J. Creswell, Cecil county, this year sold the
peaches from twelve acres for $2,442.51.
Tbs corner-stone of the Methodist Episcopal
Church at Basie's, Sadiersville circuit, Kent
county, was laid yesterday.
The property of Dr. Chnbb, at Cambridge,
Dorchester connty, was sold at private «le
last week to Wm. A. Twilley for $1,500.
The Easton Journal has again changed
hands, the purchaser, this time, being Mr
Wm. Eddy, formerly of Annapolis City, Md.
A farm belonging to the tote James Uris's
heirs, 207 acres, was sold at Crompton, week
before last to Samuel Comly, of Delaware, for
Wm. T. S trad lay, the young man who ac
cidentally shot himself two weefck ago, sur
Chestertown, Kent county, died on Saturday
The agricultural fair of Dorchester connty
will be held at the fair grounds near Cam
bridge, on the 4th and 5th of November next.
Trotting each day.
It is stated that the grand jury of Caroline
connty found bil Is of indictment against every
liquor dealer in the county for a violation of
the local option law.
In Talbot county the number of marriage
j license« for the past year was 139, of which
! 64 were to colored persons. Which is a slow
way of carrying out Maryland's motto.
Dr. Thomas H. Handy, of Cambridge, Dor
! ehester county, died two weeks ago, in the
j TOth year of his age. Dr. Handy bad prac
; lived in Cambridge for fifty years, and was
a | highly esteemed,
Another Stiamcr. —We learn that the
Eastern Shore Steamboat Company intend to
build another steamer to put on the line
running from Chrisfield to Baltimore.—
Robert Jones, while "squirreling" one day
recently near Salisbury, fired at one of the
bunnies with a gun that had enough kick in
it to break his shoulder blade. He has quit
the sport until next season.
The October term of the Circuit Court for
Kent county commenced on Monday. A
great number of cases are on the docket, and
it is supposed the session will be more pro
tracted than nsual.
Hon. J. Tome, of Port Deposit, Cecil coun
ty, is president of four national banks—Cecil
National of Port Deposit, National Bank of
Elkton, National Bank of Fredericksburg,
Va., and the Citisens' National Bank of
Wuhington. The authorized capital of these
fonr banks is over one million of dollars.
In the Circuit Court of Cecil county lut
week, Miss Jessie A. Heaton, a little girl, wu
awarded $350 damages from the Philadelphia,
Wilmington and Baltimore railroad. She
had paid the conductor ten cents and request
ed him to let her off at Frenchtowo. hot she
was carried to Port Deposit and compelled to
Dr.'Wilson, whose trial wu removed from
Talbot county to Caroline, on the charge of
assault with intent to kill Mr. George Mow
bray, has been tried and acquitted of the
major offense, but wu convicted of commit
ting an assault, and fined $5 and costs, and
sentenced to sixty diys imprisonment in the
Miss Perry, sister of Mrs. John Wilsen, re
siding in Landing Neck, Talbot county, in
the absence of her sister dressed herself in her
but clothes and left home on Tuesday of last
week. On Wednesday following her shawl
and shoes were found in the forks of a tree,
within a short distance of Lloyds' landing.
Being snbject to fits of derangement, and hav
ing attempted to commit snicide about four
years ago, it is believed she drowned herself
in Choptank river.
A colored man named Frank Fountain at
tempted to break into the dwelling of Mr.
Ju. C. Tarbutton, at Bartlett's Mills, Trappe
district, Talbot county, on Saturday night
lut. Taking off his pants and shoes he suc
ceeded in taking off tb* shatters of the sleep,
ing-room of Mr. Tarbntton's sister, when the
yonng lady awoke and gave the alarm, which
brought Mr. Tarbntton to the scene, who
caoght the negro and gave him several severe
blows, after which he escaped, but wu after
wards arrested and committed to jail. He
owned that the pants and shoes belonged to
Th Otstib ScrrLr.—The St. Michael's
(Talbot connty) Comet nya : A gentleman
who hu much experience in catehing oysters,
and who for years has been familiar with
every oyster ground in the Chesapeake bay,
in conversation on the subject of the extinc
tion of th* oysters a few days ago Hid that a
new world roast be discovered to feed with
oysters before the supply in the Cheupeake
and tributaries would be sensibly diminished.
He further stated that the statistics ia a lato
patent office report showed that the increase
of one oyster in one year wonid load his ves
sel three times and his vessel carries 2,000
Harder la Karplamd.
COMMISSION or A BRUTAL CR1KI REAR THE LUS
or thi r., w. A s. a. r.—a whits lady
MCBDESSD BY XIORO.
A most horrible and brutal murder was
perpetrated on Monday morning in Harford
county, Md., about fire miles from Aberdeen
Station, on Philadelphia, Wilmington A Balti.
more Railroad/ and about thirty-two miles
from Baltimore, the victim being Miss Susan
Taylor, about forty years of age, and a lady
of means. She was killed within a few yards
of her residence, in broad daylight, by a
colored man named Joshua Griffin, armed
with a nub, who knocked her down alter
great resistance on her part and beat in her
skull, after which her body was thrown into
a sheep pen, and the house ransacked for
plunder. Joshua Griffin, the murderer, is
about 25 years of age. After an exciting pur
suit and a near escape from lynching, he was
arrested, charged with the commission of the
deed, and lodged in jail at Belair.
The murderer was raised by Miss Taylor,
and lived with her until a tew years since,
when his bad babils necessitated his dis
charge. He visited the house of the deceased
while the other members of the family were
at work in a distant field, and committed the
crime for money, a large sum of which be
found in the bouse and took away with him.
That he will receive th* punishment he so
justly merits, there is no doubt.
The Democratic Mass Meeting.
The *eounty mass meeting held in
this place on Thursday, though not so
large as such meetings usually are at
Middletown, was nevertheless a very
good sized meeting, not lacking in en
thusiasm, and held anywhere else it
would have been considered a large
affair. The people of Middletown,
however, are so accustomed to seeing
immense crowds at our meetings that
they are not satisfied with any number
short of thousands
The people from the surrounding
country began to eome into town at an
early hour and at 11 o'olock the Bayard
club in carriages, wagons and on borse
bsck bended by the Diamond State
Brus Band, of Middletown, marched
ont of town to meet delegations from
the neighboring towns. About one
o'cloek they returned, the line being
considerably swelled by s fine delega
tion from Odessa, accompanied by the
"Verdi" Band of tbst town, who, with
their new instruments, pretty uniforms
and elegant band wagon, made $ band
seme appearance ; also delegations from
. Georges, Armstrong's and other
places, fit the meantime the delega
tion from Newark arrived and pnt his
horse up at the hotel
On the return the Middletown olnb
headed the line, lead by a York wagon
decorated with flags drawn by four
handsome horses and occupied by
Meurs. Wm. B. and E. R Cochran;
following these were large
ons, handsomely trimmed
greens, and carrying flags, banners aud
transparencies covered with mottoes,
carriages, a number of yonng men on
horseMbk apd a party of Republican
representatives, with carpet-bugs in
their hands, and mounted on mules,
the names of Moses, Bullock, Kellogg
Mid others of like ilk inscribed on tbeir
hats These were a hard looking set
but were, probably, pretty fair repre
sentatives of those adventurers when
wit fr erer
they first went to the South,
end of the line was a cannon, mounted
bed—which every little
on a wagon
whilo was fired off making n deafening
happened while tbi« gun
ed on North Broad st.
citement and hurry the meo who had it
in charge neglected to swab it out and
rammed the cartridge in while the gun
was hot. This caused it to "go off"
before they were ready for it and it
sent the ramrod on a skyrocketing ex
pedition down the street. Fortunately
it did not strike anyone. One of the
men on the wagon was pretty badly
burnt in the face by the flash from the
touch bole. This, we believe, was the
only accident of the day.
After marobing through the principle
streets the procession disbanded and at
two o'olock Wm. Herbert, Esq., chair
man of the county executive committee
organixed the meeting by nominating
S. C. Biggs, Esq., as President. J. T.
Budd was chosen secretary, and Cbss.
H. McWhorter and Richard Ferguson,
assistant secretaries. Messrs James
Kanely, John Merrison, Jas. M. Van
degrift, (J. F. Brady and R. H. Arm
strong, vice Presidents.
The organisation being completed
the President annoanced that Senator
Bayard would introduee to the audience
Hon. Heister Clymer, of Pa. This
Mr. Bayard did in a pleasant and con
gratulatory speech which was received
with applause by the audience.
Mr. Clymers Address.
Mr. Clymer began his address by re
ferring in a pleasant manner to the
original ownership of Pennsylvania,
of the three counties of Delaware, say
ing that the Delawareans were the first
and most original secessionists, and as
he had a fellow feeling for us he had a
sort ef curiosity to come down and see
how these secessionists bad prospered
in all this long period. He referred to
the vote of Delaware's U. S. Senators
being always oast for the right daring
the civil war. He reviewed the course
of the Republican party, and declared
them recreant to their pledges, and that
the people had become wearied of them
and were now ready and anxious to try
some other party, some other leaders.
"Is there," he asked, "peace to-day
everywhers over our land ? Does it
exist in Louisiana, Alabama, South
Carolina and ether portions of the
South f Is their property secure T An
swer my Republican friends, is it true ?
If not true, who is responsible ? Is it
the Democratic party, or is it the party
who has the power ? Or if it be true
that there is oppression, oivil and politi
cal, who is responsible? Is there any
thing in the condition of the people to
justify it ? No ! These thiigs are so
because the Republicans of the North
have vomited oat the worst of their
communities upon the South. It is be
cause bold, bad men have gone South
and gotten themselves by fraudulent
means, in places of power. It is be
cause of Kellogg, the usurping gover
nor of Louisiana, that blood has run
the streets of New Orleans. It is be
cause of this that property
worth its taxes. The i
have come from the President of the
United States, bat he has stood like a
man of iron and used his high office to
perpetuate this condition of affairs."
The speaker then proceeded to re
view the civil rights bill which he styl
ed the greatest curse, or devilish en
ginery of depraved hearts. He next
glanced at the condition of things in
Washington He had no desire, be
said, to say aught against the President
personally, who should be the first gen
tleman in the land. He did not say
Grant was aot, bnt if he was he did not
think b>s chief advisers would be Boss
Shepherd, Williams & Co. At a time
when the whole country was prostrated
this man Grant, who had never been
known to express a thought cr senti
ment beyond himself signed a bill
whereby his own salary was increased
from $25,000 to $50,000 per annum.
He predicted that if Grant wishes to he
will be the Republiean candidate for a
third term in 1876,for with his 182,000
office holders he can nominate himself
whether the better men of the party
wish it or not.
He considered the appoaching elec
tion in Delaware of great moment, and
warned the Democrats to be on the
alert and elect a Democratic governor,
a Democratic congressman and a Demo
cratic legislature and return Tbos. F.
Bayard to the United States Senate.
At the close of his remarks Mr. C.
greeted with rounds of applause
Cbas. Beasten, Esq., stepped for
A rather dangerous accident
was being fir
In their ex
is no longer
ward and in a neat speech presented
him with a handsome bouquet. Mr
C. received it expressing his acknow
ledgements in appropriate words.
The chairman next announeed Hon
and spirited speech
Senator Saulsbury was followed by
Hon. T. F. Bayard, who spoke for s
little over an hour, delivering one of
those powerful, clear and weighty argu
ments which characterize his addresses.
At the close of Mr. Bayard's address
the meeting adjourned.
who entertained the
an hour in a strong
LOYERS OF FIE POOLTRY!
The undersigned would respectfully call yonr
attention to the choice collections of
which he is now offering for sale (for breed
ing purposes) at very low prices, con
sidering the high standard of their
pedigree. The varieties con
sist of the following:
"DARK BRAMAS" bred from "WIL
LIAMS," " HERSTINES" and "IMPOR
"PARTRIDGE COCHINS," bred from IM
BUFF COCHINS," bred from "CHURCH
BRONZE TURKIES, from B. F. Lewis'
EGGS of all the above for «1«. Call and
examine them, or address
MT. PLEASANT, DELAWARE.
January 17, 1874-lyr.
P LOW8 and PIß ST Castings, Machine Cast
ingg of all kind* oil hap4 of made to
Particular attention given to Repairing
Machinery. Cash for old Iron.
WM. L. BUCKE A SON,
Founders and Machinist*.
A Substitute for Quinine.
For years, quinine was regarded as the only
specific for malarious diseases, and immens#
quantities of the drug were snnunlly consum
ed throughout our western country, mors par
ticularly along the river bottoms and adjoin
ing low lands
With the fall months malaria, in all its va
ried forms, stalks like an epidemic through
the land, and whole districts are prostrated
with chills and fever, the entire population
shaking with ague. Heretofore, quinine was
regularly resorted to ; but, while it frequently
failed to effect a core, it invariably deranged
the stomach, producing nausea, vertigo and
fugitive pains in the head to such an extent
that months elapsed ere the system recovered
from its effects. These objections to its use
were so marked, that the introduction of
Mishler's Herb Bitters was bailed as a triumph
in medicine. Infinitely more certain in its
beneficial effects than quinine, it possessed
none of the demerits of that drag. Instead of
nauseating, it tones and invigorates the
stomach, and while speedily expelling the
noxious hnmors, increases the appetite and
facilitates digestion thus rendering the sys
tem stronger, and better fitted to resist the at
tacks of disease. In fact, a judicious nse of
Mishler's Herb Bitters at this season of the
year, will prevent the recurrence of this dis
ease, even in those who have never passed an
autumn without it. An experience of twenty
years proves it to be the greatest anti-periodic
known to medical science.
There are, perhaps, no diseases so subject to
climatic changes as affections of the Kidneys.
Hundreds of our farmers, mechanics, and la
boring men, strong and hardy in all other re
spects, suffer continual inconvenience, and oc
casionally excruciating pains in the back and
across the loins ; experience a frequent desire
to pass water, pain during its passage, aad
frequent stoppages in its flow. These are
manifestations resulting from some strain or
heavy lift (perhaps years ago), and aggrava
ted by every change in the weather. Every
slight cold flies direct to this one weatspot,
and unless promptly attended to the disease
becomes chronic, and the once strong man a
miserable wreck. Mishler's Herb Bitters is
the only certain remedy for this clus of dis
eases. It bu a peculiar tendency to the kid
neys, stimulates them to healthy action, and
removing the cause, prevents the formation of
brick-dnst deposits, which, if permitted to
continue, will by cohesion form gravel stone,
necessitating a painful operation for its remo
val. Many of the ingredients entering into
its composition, are universally recognized u
specifics for ail complaints of the urinary or
gans. In Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, ail
disorders of the Bowels, and affections of the
Throat and Longs, it is equally certain and
efficacious ; while, as a remedy for the com
plaints peculiar to the female sex, it hu ne
equal. Ladies, old and young, married and
single, ia every condition of life, will find
this gbxat female REMEDY prompt, eaft, cer
tain and reliable. The pale, sallow complexion
is replaced by a blooming, bealthfnl counte
nance, and its oecaeional uee enables Nature
to perform her functions reoclabat and
without iBCONvixizMCN. Sold only in bottles
by all Druggists and general dealers.
MIDDLETOWN GRAIN HARKET.
CORRICTED WEEKLY BY E. T. EVAHS à CO.
Clover " •
MIDDLETOWN PRODUCE HARKET.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY 8. H. REYNOLDS.
....25 CtS. ^ dob.
,[email protected] cts. $ lb.
...18(5)19 " "
.75(3)1.00 $ bus.
. [email protected] $ lb.
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...$1.00 $ bus.
9}@ 11 $ lb.
Prime red wheat.
Oats ( Pennsylvania) new.
..$1 32(3)1 35
$ 1 . 00 @$
Wheat, good to amber
... 92 "
Men and Boys' heavy Stoga Boots, $3 00,
$3 50, $4 00, and $4 50 per pair, at
S. M. REYNOLDS'.
S. M. REYNOLDS is selling for cash Clark's
0. N. T. Spool Cotton, four spools for 25 els.
BE YOUR OWN PHYSICIAN.
There is no case of Dyspepsia that Green's
August Flowkb will not cure. Go to Cbam
herlnine, druggist, Middletown, Dei.; H. P.
Baker, Odessa, and E. W. Jester, St. Georges,
and inquire about it. If yon suffer from Cos
tiveness, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indi
eestion, Liver Complaint, or derangement of
the system, try it. Two or three doses will
Agcx Conquibor ia the ouly remedy in the
United States that contains no Quinine, Ar
senic, or other poisons injurious to the sys
tem, that will cure Fever and Ague, inter
mittent or bilieus fevers, Ac., and the chills
not return during the season. It permanent
ly eures Fever and Ague of long standing.
How to git Stamina. —Iron frames and
strong nervous systems are not th* lot of ail.
Bnt the feeble need not despair. By adopt
ing the right meaus they may live aa longjand
enjoy life as mach as their more robust neigh
bors. Physical invigoration is, however, ne
cessary to this end ; and while spirituous ton
ics and nervines usually administered, event
ually depress both body and mind, Dr. J.
Walker's California Vinegar Bittirs inva
riably supply new vigor to the frame, while
they regulate every disordered fonction
DR. BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP.
Cough no more I How much joy there is in
every household to know that they can at last
procure a remedy for any case of coughs, se
vere colds settled on the breast, Consomption
or any disease of the Throat and Lungs, that
is certain to cure, It is a satisfaction to know
that a person is safe from the dangers of these
diseases—all you need do, is to go to your
druggist, Chamberlain*, Middletown ; H. P.
Baker, Odessa, and E. W. Jester, St. Georges,
Del., and get a bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup; two or three doses will relieve you at
once. If you doubt what we say in print get
a sample bottle for 10 cents and try it, or a
regular size for 75 cents.
TAPE WORM. TAPE WORM.
Tape Worm removed in from 2 to 3 hours
with harmless vegetable medicine. Cl.
worm passing from the system alive. No
fee asked until the entire worm, with head
passes. Medicine harmless, can refer those
afflicted to the residents of this city whom I
hare cured. At my office can be seen hundreds
of specimens, measuring from 40 to 100 feet
in length. Fifty per cent, of cases of Dyspep
sia and disorganizations of Liver are caused
by stomach and other worms existing in the
alimentary canal. Worms, a disease of the
most dangerous character, 'are so little un- j
derstood by the medical men of the present
day. Call and see the original and only worm
destroyer, or send for a circular which will
give a full description and treatment of all
kinds of worms, enclose 3 cent stamp for re
turn of the same. Dr. E. F. Kunkel can tel)
by seeing the patient whether or not they are
are troubled with worms, and by writing
and telling the symptoms, Ac., the Doctor ,
will answer by mall. DR. E. k KUNKEL, I
No. 259 N. Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa.— i
(Advice at office - or by mail, free.) Seat, Pin > .
and Stomach worms also removed. I
All who want a good SEWING MACHINE
and having the Cash to pay for it, will have
inducements offered them at the Great Sewing
Machine Depot of A. T. STOOPS, N. E. Cor.
Fourth and Arch St., Phila., they can get at
RO ptj)»r Sewing Machine place in this city.
All kind*'of needles, oil, silk, cotton, lineu
thread, Ac., low for cash.
Old Machines taken in exchange, and par
ties allowed liberally for them.
.—-Out this Out.
AROAND SAFETY OIL. For aU
kinds of Lamps. Safe as lard oil. P# C- Atwood.
SS N. Ninth St. Lamp, in great variety. MlS-tt
CEDAR VATS AND TANKS For
Brewers, Dyer., Chemist«, Manufacturer, end pri
vate dwellings. GEO. J. BURKHARDT k CO ,But
tonwoodjStreet, below Broad. -* '*
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS.
» and Arion Pianos. K* SI. BRUCK,
Cheatnnt St., formerly of 18 N. Seventh St.
7> 4 rp T? WTO For Igvumege. Tax»»
i cl J. Jh Jr J tj Harke, Copyright.,etc.,etc.
procured by J.h. A. Wtedenk.ini A|Oo..
110 South Fourth St., below Chesnnt, Phila. Full
information without charge. Call or .end for
Book, of Instruction.
SLATE MANTELS and all other
SLATE WORK, GRATES, REGISTERS, Ae. J.
B. KIKES A pO„ 1216 RACE ST. JnM.M
TERRA COTTA PIPES— Chim
ney Top. end Cement, Rustic Cemetery Post*. O.
W. Hamlin, No. SNorth Tth St. «e 1»-Ut
UMBRELLAS of Beet Material and
Hake. Joseph Fn.Mll A Son, I A4 North
4th Street, Philadelphia. se 19-tt
UNION SPOKE WORKS. &
Rim«, Plow Handle«. #1.0* DAVIS dl
W. Cor. Leopard and Otter Sts.
WOOD TURNING. Mould
ing and Cabinet Mills, Newells, Balus
Pews, ke. Fan ej Scroll Sawing of all
kinds. Porch and other Brakete. «V*
Kilo A Co., 450 North Twelfth St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. se 19-tt
Less, Colnmns and Circles,
ouldlnga and Beads, Church
WA TER- WHEELS, WIND-MILLS
Pumps, Plumbing and Gas Fitting in country hsu
r:r. Send for circulars or call mud see samples.—
W. G. Rhoades. MU Harket St. se lttf
WA TCHES AND JE WELR Y. At
the old Established stand of MOORE dk BRO.,
1031 Harket Street.
The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the
IN VALUABLE GIFTS !
TO BB DISTRIBUTED IK
D. D. SINE'S
To be drawn Monday, Oct. 12th, 1874.
Grand Capital Prize,
$10,000 IN GOLD.
1 Prize, $5,000 in Silver.
Five Prizes $1.0005)
Prizes $500 g
Prizes $1002 )
Two Family Carriage and Matched Horses,
with Silver-Monnted Harness, worth $1,500
Two Horses, Baggies, Harness, Ac., worth
$600 each. Two fine-toned rosewood Pianos,
worth $550 each. 10 Family Sewing Ma
chines, worth $100 each.
1500 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(in at!,) worth from $20 to $300 each ;
Coin Silver Vest Chains, Double-plated Sil
ver-ware, Jewelry, Ac. Ac.
Number Gifts, 10,000 Tickets Limited to
Agents Wanted to sell Tickets, to
whom Liberal Premiums will be paid. Single
Tickets $2.00 ; Six Tickets $10.00 ; Twelve
Tickets $20 ; Twenty-five Tickets $40.00.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a
description of ths manner of drawing, and
other information in reference, to the Distri
bution, will be sent to any one ordering
them. All letters mnst be addressed to
HAIN OFFICE, L. D. SINE, Box 86,
101 W. FIFTH St.
I AI NOV BEADY FOB BE.
H AVING taken the entire premises on the
corner of Main and Broad Sts., I bave
fitted np a Ladies' and Gentlemen's
ICE CREAM SALOON,
on the ground floor. No more climbing np
stairs; but a nice cool and pleasant room.
Ice cream furnished for parties and pic-nics,
in large or small quantities, on reasonable
terms. Families supplied with small cans,
packed in ice.
Ail kinds of plain and fancy CAKES, for
eign and domestic Fruits ; Berries in season ;
in fact you can get anything at Rice's Old
Bank that Is generally kept in a
And more too.
MINERAL WATER FOUNTAIN
will soon be in operation. Ice for sale.
E. B. RICE.
, mrrrr , „ . _ ^ „ , .
I TWO excellent Tenant Houses, in first-rate
i ■*:, ° rder > ff 000 cella J rs and T * r J convenient,
> . WI rented to good, prompt tenants very
I f ° r the ««»'oder of the rental y«r.
Apply to J. THOS. BUDD,
Real Estate Agsst,
Send for self-measurement circular.
J. P. DOUGHTEN,
410 Market sL Wilmington. Del
Sept. 1st, 1874-tf
CIDER BARRELS & KEGS
I HAVE a fine lot of iroq-bound Barrels, (j !
and 10 gallon Kegs, which I will sell cheap '
for Cash. J. C. TOWNSEND, j
Proprietor Hotel, Townsend, Del.
IBilmntjtott ^ iwrtiwwnrfa.
GOODS ARE NEVER ADVERTISED BY THIS HOUSE AS "BAR
GAINS " UNLESS ACTUALLY UNDER MARRET VALUE.
To close out stock in the following Departments, we offer
Bargains in each, and can assure buyers in search of cheap
goods that a visit will repay them :
8A0QÜES AND SHAWLS.
XiHSTEST DBFAH;T M^ ]1TT,
FOB MEN, BOTS OR HOUaE-KEEPING.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, VICTORIA LAWNS, Ac.
PLAIN AND STRIPES.
ini ai inn stud if Gmb as spedal irira iiDnuGniiDept
DRY GOODS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Ac.,
820 & 822 MARKET ST., MASONIC TEMPLE,
February 28th, 1874.
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
ON HAND, MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE AND BEST
ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OP
PIECE GOODS, for Order "Work.
228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Lei.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS,
Dr. J. J. VANDERFORD,
90« WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA
Office Honrs:/From 8 n. m. to 2 p. m.
\ .. 2Jp.m. to 6.
D. J. BLACK1STON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will give prompt attention to any business
entrusted to his care. - Collections promptly
made and real estate bought and sold.
HARIOE dex. SMITH.
HINE8 à SMITH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Careful attention givtn to Chancery Busi
ness and Collection of Claims, sag 22-3m
JISSB X. HUES.
DB. TH0S.E GILM, 4
J. M. COMEGYS, M. D.,
No. 1281 Arch Street,
Refers to— B. F. Chatham, M. D., Phila. ;
Wm. S. Vandyke, Esq., Odessa ; B. B. Com
egys, Esq., Phila.; Isaac Jump, M. D., Dover;
W. O. Perkins, M. D., Phila.; J. M. Comegys,
OFFICE HOURS : 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
REYNOLDS & CO.,
No.-832 Market Street,
Conveyancers, Survey ors, Real Estate Agents,
Collectors of Accounts, Bills, Ac.
Houses and Lands rented, and rents collec
ted ; Loans negotiated ; Titles examined ;
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgagee, and other Legal
papers carefully drawn, and supervised by
counsel permanently retained. Correspon
REYNOLDS k CO.,
No. 832 Market Struct,
J. THOMAS BUDD,
Conieiaiw aid Real Estate Apt,
OFFICE IN TRANSCRIPT BUILDING,
S. Broad St.,near Main, Middletown, Del.
A large let of
AND TOWN PROPERTIES
In all parte of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware,
Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Call and examine.
Correspondence by mail solicited.
. URIB BY FSMUSSKM TO
Gen. Robert Patterson, 2d below Cbestnnt
John C. Bullitt, Attorney at Law, South
3d street, Phila.
Hon. R. C. Holiday, Sec. of State, An
Berghols, Memphis A El Paso Pacific
Railroad, N, V,
B. Atkinson, Banker, 41 Broad st. N. Y
Hon. Richard Schell, 50 WnU " "
Col. Blanton Dnncan, Louisville, Ky.
No. 205 Market St.,
T HE subscriber has taken the above Hotel,
and after thorough denning, papering
and painting, has fitted it up with new torn?
tare. He is now ready to accommodate all
who may giro him a call. Table supplied
with all the delicacies and substantial* of tha
Bar stocked with best Wines, Liquors and
Sugars. Good Stabling. Tsana: $2.00
Per day. H. HORNER.
Opposite B. R. Depot,
H AVING taken the above well-known
house, I am prepared to accommodate
my friends and the public generally
class style and at reasonable rates.
The Bar will always bo supplied
choicest Wines, Liquors and Segars.
Patronage solicited. JACKSON BRIANT,
Formerly of Davis' Hotel, Phila.
At Townsend, Del.
O PEN June 1st. 1872, will accommodate
the travelling public and permanent
boarders at very reasonable rates. The bar
will at all times be stocked with choice
wines, liquors, Tobacco and Segars. Fine
oysters in seasou. Hoping by strict attention
to business to merit n liberal, share of the
N OTICE.—I hereby give notice that I shall
apply in writing to the Court of Gen
eral Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery
of the State of Delaware in and for the
county of New Caatle, upon Monday, the six
teenth day of November, A. D., 1874, being
the first day of the next November Term of
the «id Court, for a license to keep an inn or
tavern, called the National Hotel, in the
town of Middletown, School District No. 94,
in Si. Georges Hundred, Delaware, and to
sell intoxicating liquors in less quantities
than one quart, to be drunk on the premises,
and the following freeholders recommend the
said application, to wit:
C. E. Anderson,
John C. Vandcnbrnak.
T. C. Mnrpby,
S. M. Reynolds,
E. R. Cochran,
Wit— D W C Walker, J. B. Fenimore,
John H. Kinsby, R. A. Cochran,
J. H. Walker, Nathaniel Williams,
Sewell Jones. J. F. Eliason,
R. G. x Hayes,
N OTICE.—I hereby gire notice that I shall
apply in writing to the Court of General
Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the
State of Delaware in and for the connty of
Mew Castle, upon Monday, the sixteenth day
of November, A. D., 1874, being the first day
of the next November Term of tbesaid Court,
for a license to keep an Inn or lavera, called
the Middletown Hotel, in the town of Middle
town, School District No. 94, in St. Georges
Hundred, Delaware, and to sell intoxicating
liquors in less quantities than one quart, to
he drunk on the premises, and the following
freeholders recommend the «id application,
J. H. Walker,
C. E. Anderson,
S. M. Reynolds,
R. A. Cochran,
E. R. Cochran,
John H Kinsby,
J. B; Fenimore,
J. F. Eliason,
John C Vandenbraak,
J. MEIER k BB0.,
S. E. Cob, Sscond ano Äsen Sts ,
Have in Stocfc a toll Une of
mac O TtrcssUaft, Saltings, Cassias*res.
Of ths newest designs for FALL and WIN
TER wear, which will be made to order In
the totest styles and best manner. Special at
tention given to Dress Suite.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK,
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