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EDWARD REYNOLDS, Editor. \ Min DLXTOWI, OIL. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 31, 1874. Democratic Nominations. mtatb tickbt. FOB GOVERNOR, JOHN F. COCHRAN, or XHW CASTLE COD NT Y . FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONG RIES, JAMES WILLIAMS, OF KENT COUNTY. SEW CA6TL.R COr/MTT TICKET. FOR SHERIFF, WILLIAM H. LAMBSON. FOR CORONER, RICHARD GROVES. FOR 8TATE SENATORS, White Clay Creek Hd. Appoqninimink. Jambs H. Rav, Hekbv Davis, FOR REPRESENTATIVES, Brandywine Hd. Wilmington. Mill Creek. New Castle. Red Lion. St. Georges. Pencader. Samuel Hanst, Isaac C. Pyle, Thos. L. J. Baldwin, Thos. Holcomb, Tbos. Bird, HaaEY A. Nowland, William P. Biggs, FOR LEVY COURT COMMISSIONERS, Mill Greek Hd. White Clay Creek. Red Lion. St. Georges. Appoqninimink Geo. D. Med ill, Wm. L. Wies, WM. R.BHI6HT, Wm. Pole, Jamie C. Wilson, Samuel Robbet*, } Kent Go. Democratic Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN F. COCHRAN. FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, JAMES WILLIAMS. FOR SENATORS, HENRT B. FIDDEMAN, of Milford WILLIAM SAPP, of Mispillion. FOR RRPRMRNTATIVRS, JOHN M. VOSHEL. of Dock Creek. WILLIAM B. COLLINS, of Duck Creek. J. FRANK WILDS, of Kenton. WEBSTER D- LEARNED, Little Creek. JAMES H. TODD, of West Dover. WM. BRÛADAWAY, of N. Murderkill. THOMAS C. GREEN, of S. Murderkill. FOR SHERIFF, PETER L. COOPER, of N. Murderkill. FOR CORONER, PETER OREADICK, of S. Murderkill. FOR LEVY COURT COMMISSIONERS, Nathaniel H. Griff», Kenton Hd. Hiret M. How, for Little Creek Hd. Philemon Scott*», We»t Dover Hd. Jam** A. Mabtim, for Milford Hd. S 0 M 6 X Go. Dom. Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN P. COOHEAN. FOR CONGRESS. JAMES WILLIAMS. SENATORS, JOHN W. CAUSEY, J. TURPIN MOURE. FOR RIPRIÄKNTATIVK8, Asa. Coswcll, Broadkila Hi. G. H. Phillips, Nanticoke Hd. Jon W. Phillips, Seaford Hd. Rosezt Lamboen, C. C. Hd. Joaara H. Mcheal, Balto. Hd. Payât za Frame, Indian R. Hd. S. P. Houston, L. A R. Hd. FOR SHERIFF. WM. GRAY. FOR CORONER W.S. NELSON. FOR LEVY COURT COMMISSIONERS, M. E. Rogers, Seaford Hd. T. W. Willis, N. W. F. Hd. S. M. Simples, C. C. Hd. P. W. Mabsh, 1. R Hd. Wm. 0. Shout, Dagsboro Hd. David R. Smith, Nant Hd. * The Eleotion Next Week. Ero we again greet our readers the election day—"that great day fur which all other (political) days were made"— This is tbe will have come and gone, last opportunity we will have of address ing the reader* of tbe Transcript upou the election issues, aud we make thi* onr last appeal to every man who ba* the true interest of hi» State, bis coun try and his race, at heart, to lay aside his business and to give hi* time aud attention for that one day to his State. We entreat you, friends of order and honest government, to let no consider ation, either of a publie or private char acter, keep you from the polls if you are at all able to get there. Too much is at stake to permit of idleness or indif ference. The man who will fold his arms and refuse to take part in an electiou where the results are of ao manifest im portance as they are in this campaign is unworthy to possess tbe elective franchise. Politics are so ofteu de graded and so frequently made use of by unworthy men in a mere mercenary sense for the sake of the spoils of office that the better class of citizen* in too many instances become disgusted, and refuse to take part in tbe elections. This ought not so to be. The very fset of the existence of that condition ot things ought to be sufficient to stir np the better citizens to more active work to defeat tbe machinations of those evil man. Il was n maxim of Washington that ihn office should seek tbe man, oot the man the office. In the present cam paign the people of Delaware have a most excellent opportunity to express their approval or disapproval of that On tbt one hand tho Demo j maxim. crats present io them a candidate who never songht the office nor asked for tbe nomination tor it at the bauds of \ his party. He was seleoted as the free, nntranimeled choice of the party, as their candidate. When bis name wa* first used, it was used without bit «on sent ; without bis knowledge, and tbe nomination waa given him by fair, hon This cannot be said of his «ompetitor. To the contrary U I» a •#u known fact that Dr. Imsc Jump has been working earnestly for the nomination for the office of Governor at ed of the hands of his party for severs! years. He left no effort unused which could at all aid in the accomplishment of his aim, and when at last he did succeed, his' nomination, if we may credit the assertions of many of his own party papers, was obtained only by tbs prac tice, by bis partisans, of the grossest frauds. Against Dr. Jump as an individual have oot a word to say, but as a candidate for election by the people of Delaware to tbe highest office within their gift, having secured his nomina tion throngb the wire workings snd manœuvres of unscrupulous partisans he is net a fit recipient of their suffrage. Every man who casts his vote fur him virtually snd impliedly indorses the base frauds of the corrupt rings and cliques by means of which the delegates chosen to the convention which If the Re we were plaoed him in Domination publican« are honest in their professions of a deeire for a ''civil service reform" in the seleetioD of office holders we can not well see how they can conscienti ously support a candidate chosen by such means as was charged upon the partisans of Dr. Jump by our oppo nents' own paper* at tbe time the nom ination was made. As to the congressional nominees, it ia utterly impossible for conscientious to east their '..allots for a man men whose public oourse has been of such a devious and doubtful character as that of Mr. Ja*. R. Lolland ; while the con duct of the aarne gentleman iu private life has not been auch as to command the esteem of honorable and respectable Numerous instances have been men. brought to light of late, which prove beyond doubt the total unfitness of the man in the nation's coogres». It ia useless for us to attempt to enumerate tbe incidente iu tbe public and pri to represent tbe people of Delaware many vate life ef Mdjor Loflaod which go to his nn worthiness of the confi prove deuce of the people. They have been repeated agaiu aud again from the stump, and are doubtless familiar to the eyes and ears of every voter. Against Mr. Williams, the Democrjlic candi date for congress, not a word can be uttered, nor yet against tbe means em ployed for bis nomination. For ouce the voice even of calumny is hushed Honest and honorable men who love their country and their State, will readily perceive which of the two can didates is the most worthy of their support and confidence. Examine Your Ticket. — Every Democrat should carefully examine his ticket before voting. Numerous spur ious tickets are in circulation headed "Demoeratie ticket," and having the names of all the Democratic candidate* on them bat one, and in the place of that will be found the name of some one of the Republican candidates. No per son who is not thoroughly acquainted with every portion of the ticket should vote without taking means to ascertain whether his ticket is perfectly correct in every particular. Two years ago many men were deceived into voting in « way they did not want to, aimply be cause they failed to examine their tick ets. Tbe same thing will be done thL year unless men are careful to prevent it. The tickets at tho head of the Transcript, Gazette and other Demo cratic papers arc onrrect and can be relied upon. Unless you get your tickets from source* in which yeu knou you can rely, it would be well to com pare them with those in eue of the pa pers referred to. [CoamanioaMJ Dwoovery of Intended Frauds. ot THR "WHITE MAN AT HAMTOWN AGAIN HEARD FROM. Whether it be Dr Jump, Jim Lof iand, one of three uativea or some un known underground worker in the dark, unsinelted ore of the newly born citizenship, is prevented from being known by the waut of intelligence ol the colored race. Four of our citizen* have beeu'iuforuted by the poor simple Republican tools that at a recent meet ing at Hamtown a white man, (power,, of reliable description goiug uo further) had told all negroes who had no right to vote in their places of residence were to go to Wilmington on Saturday or Monday (expenses paid) where they could get their "ticket*'' (receipts) and be entitled to vote. Poor ignorant oreatures—selling themselves to crime and getting no consideration ; doing tbe biddiug of wretches entirely unscrupulous, where others bear all the risk. The sequel can be but the result of the old attempt to pull tbe chestnuts out of the fire. Tbe black cat will get her claws well singed. The Executive Committees of the different Hundreds are prepared for this violent attaok upon the rights of the white citizens. They will have re ports sent in, giving tbe names of all negroes taking tbe cars oo those days. Also, they will bave partie* who are acquainted with tbe negroes itationed in th« few infamous Radical wards of Wilmington, to prevent this crime and to give into custody every negro so offending. Dore-tailed with this discovery is the wide-spread announcement that (be Radicals claim, in tbe sixth and such like wards, majorities in some estimates going as high a ß 500. Wilmington i* to be made to give a majority sufficient tp pyer-balauce the rest of tbe couuty a of as a * General News. The people of Southwestern Nebraska are reported to be in a terrible state of destitution. Some of them, it is said, have been living for weeks on baked squash and pumpkiu alone, and others have been restricted to one meal of "baked flour and water" per day. Huudreds, in addition to being de prived of food, are reduced to naked ness. It is estimated that 10,000 peo ple in Nebraska will have to be support ed during the winter. The Presbyterian Synod of Balti more, comprising the Church North in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and part of West Virginia, met in Baltimore oir Tuesday week. Over 100 delegates present. Rev D. C. M rquis was chosen Modelater for the ensuiug year. wer« A rebellion is reported in Lower California. The iusurgeuts,after plun dering and murdering a number of peo ple, went to Cape St. Lucas, but the people of that place gave them battle and killed IB of them, including the ringleadera. Tbe eleotion for Common Council men in Baltimore was held on VVednea day The Democratic candidates were elected in all the wards, the Democratic majority beiug 9757 in a total vote of 25.228. The canon against Ritualism was adopted by the Episcopal General Con vention Tuesday by an overwhelming The clerical vote, by dioceses, stood ayes 86, nocs 2, divided 1 ; the lay vote, ayes 84 noes 8, divided 1. The newly-elected Indiana -Legisla ture will stand thus: Seuate, twenty three Democrats, three Indépendants, and twenty-four Republicans; House, fifty-two Democrats, eleven Iudepeu deiits, and thirty-seven Republicans. Chancelor McCraw (Republican) whose division embraces nearly third of the State of Alabama, declares that he does not know of a single case of outrage or personal violence for opinion's sake in all the len jth and breadth of bis division. One hundred members of the New Orleans bar have protested against Attoruey-Generu) Field's decision dis franchising 4,000 foreign-born citizens naturalised by tbe Second District Cuurt. A despatch from Homer, La., says that no additional arrests have been reported iu Clairborne Parish since Saturday, but that warrants are stated buve been issued for tbe arrest of more than 200 ciiEens. The reverend owner of the horse which won the St "Leger in England, thia year, bas been invited by his Bishop retire from the turf or resign hie vote. oue to to cure. A man in England recently travelled 50 miles on a bicycle in three hours. 13 minute* and 30 seconds, a fraction less than 15 miles an hour. Montreal is comtemplating a grand public park, and has sent to New York for F Law Olmsted to show her how to make it. A Band of female crusaders recently tried unsuccessfully to induce the Dub lin authorities to refuse renewal of saloon licenses. The apple crop of Massachnsetts tbi* year is reported to be far above the average of previous seaseus. It is said that Tennyson has received $300,000 from his publishers, for tbe sale of his poems. Peterson's Magazine, that Queen of the Lady's Books, ia on our table for November. The principal steel engrav ing, ''Buy my Lilies," illustrating a pathetic story, is very beautiful. So. also, ia the Mammoth colored steel fashion plate. A prouiiuent feature «I this Magazine is its copyright novelties, which are always very far superior to the continued stories to be found in agszines generally. The best novelet that has appeared, for years, is that ot -•The Marriage Certificate,'' by Mrs Attu S Stephen». But. at a cotempor ary says, the stories, the. fashions, th patterns, in short, everything in " Peter son ' is < e best ' of its kind. of this Magazine, too, is another thing in its favor. It is but Two Dollars a Year, the postage prepaid bv the publieher. Tbe Prospectus for 1875 i.~ publi.-hed with this number, and we find that the prices to clubs are astonish ingly low, vis : three copies for $4 80. (postage pre-paid.) with a superb Mezzotint (21 inehes by 26) ''Wash ington's First Interview with Hi* Wife;" (postage pre-paid.) the finest and costliest ever offered, to the person getting up the club ; or five copies for $8 50, (postsge pre-paid.) and both an extra copy and the premium engrav ing (both postage pre-paid) to the per gelling up the club. For large clubs the prices are even loicer. Speci mens of the Magazine are sent, gratis, if written for. Subscribe to nothing else until you have seen a copy of this popular Magazine. And remember, that, at ita present prices, with the postage pre-paid bv the publisher, "Peterson's Magazine" is cheaper than ever. Address Charles J. Peterson, 306 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. in The price s«n Game in Virginia. —Deer sre mul tiplying in great numbers in the vicin ity of Petersburg, V*. Tbe woods in every direction are filled with them, snd so bold have they become lhat their tracks are to be seen even within the limits of the corporation, the planta tions of the savory pea which abound tbe outskirts of the city beiDg tbe delicacy wbteb attracts thpni. Such bold encroachments by the antlered tribe on urban civilization would seem to give promise of cheap venison dur ing tbe season -—Pctersbifrg (Fa.) Jn dex-Appeal. on One night,recently, a Smyrna police man. passing a certain house about 10 o'clock, saw a man drop from a dow, and heard smothered cries inside. He Heized the man for a burglar, but soop fount) that b° !i ,,< l °wnpr of t|ie hopse in his clutches "Well," said the ofijecr, "it looked suspecious to see you drop nut of a window that way.' "Well," replied the man. begvlng a sigh, "when the old woman get* he» dander up I ain't particular about what road I take to g«t out of the house.'' wtn The Lee Memorial Monument. The lateat news from the Lee Memor ial Association ia that Prof. Upward V. Valentine, the sculptor, baa pro cured from Vermont a block of pure white marble, from which he is now fashioning a reeumdent figure of Gen'l Lee, to be placed on the grand monu ment that ia now being erected at his tomb, at the Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. The figure représenta Gen'l Lee reposing easy position upon a couch, his head and ahoulders slightly raised above the body, his left arm outstretched by the aide of his sword, his right arm laid He wear« full Con federate uniform, including boots and gauntlets, and a light drapery nearly the whole form. 'Ibe appear ance is natural and graceful, indicating peaceful slumber rather than death. This monument, when surmounted with such a fine work of art, will be a lusting memorial to one noblest sons and patriots bers of this Association are gentlemen well and favorably known by the entire community, who will see that nothing is left undone that will add to the beauty and finish of this great work. We arc advised by the Secretary, Mr. Charles A. Davidson, of Lexington. Va., that Bot sufficient funds bave yet been subscribed to fully complete the In order to further this it on ed is as to au across his breast. covere of Virginia's Tbe utern monument, object they have issued a life-size steel engraved portrait of Gen'l Lee, to be sold only by subscription through authorized agents; the proceeds ofsnolt sales to be applied toward tbe comple tion of the work. They and we feel that thia is an opportunity for all uot only to procure a superb life-like por trait of the great General at a very reasonable price, but also euablea every person to aid in the erection of a last Each 9 ing monument to his memory, subscriber will receive a certificate, signed by the Secretary and Chairman of the Lee Memorial Association. We contmcnd this valuable portrait to the public, and predict for it an im mense sale Some energetic person should secure the agency in this section to assist in this noble work. . W. W BOSTWtCK & CO . Nos. 177 and 179 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, have been appointed General Managers of all Agencies in the United State*. All communication- addressed to the above firm for circulars, certificates and ferns to agents will receive their immediate attention. 6 of Liability for Raised Checks. —On the 15th iosfant Judge McXennan, of the,. United States Circuit Court fur Philadelphia, decided a -point where the question at issue was tue amount paid by a bank on a raised check, which decision has excited sotne sur prise and considerable dist-ussioutimotig hankers and men doing business through the banks The plaintiffs, who kept an account with the Central National Bank of Philadelphia, drew a check in favor of a confidential clerk for $100. This clerk raised the amount, the drawer absconded, and when the bank book of the firm came to be settled, some time afterward, the forgery wa* discovered. The alteration was by writing the word "twenty" before the words "one hundred." Tbe bank deducted the whole amount, $2.100. front the balance due the depositors, aud the latter sued to recover tbe $2, 000, and they failed Heretofore the decisions have generally been tbe other way, but in this recent case tbo court instructed the jury that if there was nothing unusual iu the appearance of the raised check, nothing sufficient to pu t a careful person on his guard, the bank could not be held responsible for paying it. The Journal of commerce says : "We do not see what safeguard any man has who issnes a check if this is sound law," and in its concl osions we entirely agree. at HAIIRIKO. On th* 22d instant., hy Rev. W. C. Rohin sob, No. 1236 S. 4th at, Philadelphia, Mr Geo. Allen Smith to Miss Louisa Bonldeit Frazer, both of N.-w Cist le co., Delaware. Ort. 22nd in Delaware Citv, at the honseof 'he bride's parents, by Rev. D R. Thompson. Mr. Robert A Moody, to Miss Ella C. Bright, all of Delaware City. Jjkm ^düfrtisements. FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNA MENTAL TREES FOR SALE, AT THE DIAMOND STATE NURSERIES. 00.000 firBt-rlass Peach Trees, including all the leading varieties ; Pear, Apple, Cher ry, and Quince Trees ; Evergreens for shade or ornament; 200,000 Osage Urange Quicks; Gooieherrv, Currant, Blackberry, Raspberry, and Strawberry Plants; Asparagus and Rltn tiarh Roots, tor Fall of 1874 and Spring of I8"5 planting Send for Catalogne and Price List. Address, oc* 3l-6mos. 1 JAMES T. SHAI.LCROSS, Middletown, Del. A. ZEÆEETIIsra Of the Democratic Association of White Clay Creek Hundred will be held at DEER PARK HOTEL, in Newabe, Del., On Monday Evening, Nov. 2d, 74, t At 7} o'clock, sharp. Hon. Wm. G. Wbiteley, George Gray and Edward Reynolds, Esqrs., will address tbe meeting. GEO. U. KERR, President. Joseph Dean, Jr., Secretary. NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. J OSEPH Geary and William Fox have this day formed a partnership for the purpose of carrying on the business of butchering in Middletown, Del., under the styie and firm or GEARY A FOX, and will he pleased to re ceive a liberal share of tbe public patronage. GEARY A FOX. Middletown. Drl., Oct. 26, 1874 -3t SHEEP. T tHE undersigned hsreby gives notice to the farmers of this vicinity that he will have for sale, oo and after Tuesday next, one thou sand carefully selected stock EWES, at the farm of Geo Vf. Lockwood, near Warwick, Maryland. Uct. 31, 1874—It. L P. McDOWELL ASTRAY. S TRAYED from tb* undersigned a Red and White BULL, (neck nearly all red) aged about 3 years, and will weigh about fiUQ ibs. A liberal reward will be paid for auy inform ation thqt will lead to his recover».. Udeasa, Uct. 31,'74.-lm. F. T. PERRY. WANTED. 3,00Q—Vfualed, a plan with this amount to go into a tiusinesi that will pay 20 per cent, on his money Safe business. 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Das« A Co., New Bedford, Ma8*. oct 31*4t ' $t\B gduertisements. FliUT UR > NO GIFT CO MC I HT, Montpelier Female Humane Association, AT ALEXANDRIA. VA., NOVEMBER 23, 1874. LIST OF GIFTS. 1 Grand Cash Gift. 1 Grand Cash Gift—......... 1 Grand Cash Gift. 10 (lash Gifts, $10,000 each 15 ('ash Gilts SO Cash Gifts, 100 Cash Gifts, 1,000 Cash Gil s, I.Ot'O Cash GPU, 10 000 Cash Gifts, .$!(«, 000 . 25 000 . 100,080 .' 75 oOu . 50,0.0 . SO.OoO . 100,000 . 50,000 . 400,000 5.01 0 each 1,000 each 500 each 100 each 50 each 20 each 12,178 Cash Gifts, amounting to.$1,00,000 Auinber of Tlcbel». 100.000. PRICE OK TICKETS. $ 20.00 . 10 00 Whole Ticket* Halves . 5.1« [uarti-rs ... Jighihs or each Coupon. 5} Tickets tor.;. The Montpelier Female Humane Associa tion,chartered by the Legislature ol Virginia and the Circuit Court of Orange Co., propo ses hy a Grand Gift CoBi-ert to establish and endow a "Home for the Old, Infirm, and Des titute Ladies of Virginia," at Montpelier, the former residence of President James Madison. 2 58 100.00 Governor's Orriez, Richmond. July 3, '74 It aff irds me pleasure to say that I am well acquainted with a large majority of the offi cers of tbe Montpelier Ferna 'e Humane Asso ciation, who reside in the vicinity of my borne and 1 attest their intelligence and their worth and high reputation as gentlemen, as well as the public confidence, inSnehce and substan tial means liberally represented among them. James L. Kempee. Gov. Virginia. • * * Alexandria, Va., July 8, 1874.— I commend them as gents of honor and integ rity, Hud fully entitled to tbe confidence of the public. * * * R. W Hughes, U. S. Judge Gast'n Dist. of Va. Further references by permission: His Ex cellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex-Governor of Va.; Hon. Robt. E. Wither*, Lieut -Gov. of Va sud U. iS Senator elect ; Senator* and Members of Congress from Va. Remittances for tick» ts may ba made by ex press prepaid, post-office money-order on Washington, D. 0., or by registered letter. For fall particulars, testimonials! Ac., send for Circular Address, Hon JAMES BARBOUR, Przsî't At. F; H. A.,'Alexandria, Va. Reliable agents wanted everywhere., oct 31-41. Have You Tried ,ABB YOU.,,, Weak, Nervoœ or Debilitated? ins Abb yoa so languid that any exertion re quires more of an effort than you feel capable of making? Theo try JUBUBEBA, the wonderful tonic .tnd invigorator, which acts so beueficially ou I he secretive organs as to impart vigor to all the vital forces. It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu lates for a short time, only to let the sufferer fall to a |ower depth of misery, but it ia v. veg etable touic acting directly im the livtr and ,-pleen. It regulates the Bowels, quiets the nerves, tnd gives such a healthy lone to the whole system as to soon make the invalid feel like a new |>erson. Its operation is not violent, but is charac terized by great gentleness ; the petieat exper iences no sudden change, no marked results, out gradually his troubles ''Fold their tents, like the Arabs, And silently steal away." This is no new und untried discovery, but lias been long used with wonderful remédia results, and is pronounced by the highest med "ittil authorities, -'the moat powerful tonic and alterative known." Ask your druggist for it. Foraalebv JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY * CO, oct 31-4t. Philadelphia, Pa. EVERYBODY'S own PHSYICIAN by C W. Gk-ason, M. D. A magnificent vol ume of 488 octavo pages—beautifully illus irated and elegantly bound. Contains mut ier just adapted to the wants of every family, --iver 250 engravings. Une agent sold loo copies in one week, another 36 in three days, md another 25 in four duys. Circulars free Adress at once, H. N. Mc KiNNEY A Co., 725 San oc3l 4t stieet, Philadelphia. >0121 Trustee's Sale. A T the Voshell House, iu Chestertown, Maryland, TUESDAY, THE 10th DAY UF NOVEMBER, 1874, At 12 o'clock, M., by consent of all parties interested, the following valuable Real Es tate in Kent county, Md : 1. The HOME FARM, on. which Mr. John F. Newnam resides, containing 255 Acres, more or less—-within a mile or two of Ches terville and iattnhson Station on the KenlCo K, K. The hoildiags and improvements are good, commodious and ample. Fencing good, and the land, for productiveness, unsurpassed in Kent county. Mr. Newnam will take plea sure in showiug the premises to whoever may • all. 2. The PARKER FARM, near Millington, contains 2ul Acres, and is on the main road oetween Millington aad Massey's R. R. Sta tion. Tbe land is fine and productive. Tbe oul-building» are in fine condition. Both farms have orchards of reasonable extent and tine fruit. There is a 35 acre Wood Lot a few miles distant from tbe Home Farm, for sale. THE TERMS ARE—$10,000 at the time ol sale or within 60 days ; balance in 12 and 18 months. Thecash payment to be apportioned among the different parcels of land sold. A. WOODALL, Trustee. } George Vickers, R. Uynson, G. B. Westcott. Get 24—tds. Del. Gazette copy twice a week tds and send bill to Attorneys. REGISTER'S ORDER. REGISTER'S OFFICE, New Castle County, Oct. 19th, 1874. Upon the application of Lydia C. Alston aud 'Vm. P. Norris, Administrators of John Alston, late of St. Georges Hundred in said County, deceased ; it is ordered and directed i>y the Register that llieAduiinigtrators afore said, give notice of the granting of Letters of Administration upon the Estate of the de ceased, with the date of granting thereof, by causing advertisements to be posted, within forty days from the date ef such letters, in six ol the most public places of the County oi' New Castle, requiring all persons having de mands against the Estate, to present tire same, or abide by an Aet of Assembly in such case made and provided. And also cause the same to >* inserted, within tbe same period, iu the Miodlktown Transcript, a newspaper pub lished iu Middletown, and to be coatiuoed therein two months. Given under the hand aad Seal of Office of the Register aforesaid, at New Castle, in New Castle County aforesaid, the day and year above written. B. GIBBS, Register. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the Es tate of tlie deceased must present the satt.e, duly attested, to the Administrators on or be fore October 18th, 1875, or abide the Act of Assembly iu sucb case made and provided. LYDIA C. ALSTON. WILlJAM P. NURRIS, Administrators. Oct 24-2m Address —Middletown, Del. MIDDLETOWN IRONFOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. P LOWS and Plow Castings, Machine C ast ings of all kinds on band or made to order Particular attention given to Repairing Machinery. Cash for old Iron. WM. L. BÜCKE A SON, ' Founders and Machinists. 3 . Jan 4-tf 8 . PRINTING. THE FALL TRADE. We rezpectfnlly call the attention of onr friendz, and the public generally, to tbe new and Increased Facilities Of TUB IBAiSdBIFF OFFICE 500 FOR PRINTING* Having recently erected a 7 NEW & COMMODIOUS OFFICE, 500 Ur* Alia'Added a large amount of l , v 'A si ♦.y u.m NEW TYPE, PRESSES, And other material to our stock, wa are fully prepared to do AT SHORT NOTICE, \ AND ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERM* Onr New Campbell POWER PRESS Enables os to print Posters, Sale Bills I Ac., any size from the largest to the amalleat, in any color, or VARIETY OF COLORS « AND OF ANT NUMBER, AT TBE SHORTEST NOTICE. PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMMES, CARDS, LABELS, TAGS, Ac. CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, CHEQUES, NOTES Are done in zuch style and at such prices at Guarantee Satisfaction. WITH OUR We can do every kind of small work with the greatest promptness, and at as LOW PRICES Ax can be done at any other tffire on tbe Peninsula. ' TRY ITS AND YOU WILL NOT COMPLAIN Hr grg êoods, êrotfriw, &t. M. REYNOLDS h«s purchased thia column for one year from Oct. 1. 8 . BARGAIN S 4T TBE LARGE BRICK STOREI 500 dosen Clark's O.N.T. spool Cotton, four spools for 25 c-ia. 1000 yards PRINTS, fast rotors, only 6}, 8, and 10 cents per yard. 1000 yards COTTON FLANNELS, at 12), 15, 18, 20, 21 and 25 cents per yard. 1000 yards Black ALPACAS, at 25, 30, 35, 40 and 60 cents per yard. 2000 yard* MUSLIN, at 8, 10,12}, 14, 16, 18 and 2« cents per yard. 1000 TNfthr OWGHAMS, arTU/Tlfind 13 cenu per yard. • 1 yJ 500 yards WOOLEN FLANNELS, at 25, 30, 35, 40,. 45 uod 5$ cents per yard. 1000 yards new style Casiitneres for men and boy*' wear, at 60c, 75c, 90c, $1, $1 25, $160, and Jl 75pec yard. ■ ► §* 500 yards Kerseys, at 40, 50, 70 eta. and 81 per yard. 100 Men's Cnssimere COATS/at $4 60, $5 00 and $0 00. tUt: 100 Men's Caasimere PANTS, at $2 ant $S 3$. > *>00 pairs Ladies' Cotton HOSE, at 10c, He. and lie. per pair. 5<)0 pairs Gents' Cotton HALF-HOSE, at 10 - and 12) cent* per pair. \ large stock of all.'he new and most fash ionable Hats for gents, boys, youths and children at prices as lew as tbe leWeet. V»0 pnirsWomen's SHOES, at $1 50, $1 76, $2 00, $2 25 aad $2 50 per pair. 1000 pair* Misses and Children's SHOES, at 5(tr, 75c, $1, $1 25, $1 50, $1 75 to $2 59 per pair. i 1000 pair* Men's Heavy BOOTS, at $3, $3 50, $4, $4 50 and $5 per pair. Vi 500 Boys' B<>OTS, at $1 50, $t 75, $2, $2 25, $2 50 and $3 per pair. , ■ !" , . tittîl! , ÜJ ..... ... » , . •„ ™ .» Onr Boots and Shoes are all made to order, and every pair wamuted. r 2000 pound» WHITE SUGAR, at 12 and 12} cts per pound. •'•A Jo-itnruv* m ■ J000 pounds . BROWN and YELLOW SUGAR, at 10 'and 11 cts. per pound. 1000 pounds Rio Coffee, at 25c. per poind. 3 100 pound» Black and Green TEA8, at 50«, 75c, and $1 per pound. 2000 gallon COAL OIL, at 20 cts. per gallon. SOLE AGENT FOR PEBKINS à HOUSE' NON-EX PLOSIYE METAL LAMP r • -it The best in the market. > /•" We «till adhere to tbe custom iaaugn rated by ua of deducting 10 per cent, on Dry Goods and 5 per cent, on Groceriwfor CASH. S. M. Reynolds. FOTIOB. ALL CUSTOMERS A'HOSE BILLS HAVE BEEN FRESENTED WILL PLEASE Call anil lab A Sentait AT ONCE. ▲S I MUST HAVE FUNDS TO CONDUCT MV BUSINESS. S. M. REYNOLDS. Oct 3-ly.