f elafoare gtate Journal.
Tuesday Morning, Ociobeh 18,1810.
DEMOCRATIC CONSERVATIVE TICKET.
For Governor--JAMES PONDER,
For Conçress— BENJAMIN T. BIGGS.
NEW CAfiTI.R COUNTY TICK«
For BmcniFF— JAMES ARMSTRONG.
" Coroner DANIEL B. WOODWARD.
Leonard O. Vandf.grift, Ft. Georges HJ.
Dr. Ai.l.EN V. Lesley, New Castle Hit.
Lot Cloud, Brandywine Hd.
J. POULSON CnANDLER, Cbtlfit'
AQUILLA Derrickpon, Mill Creek Hd.
Benjamin Caulk, White Clay Creek Hi?.
SEWELL C. Bigg*, Pencader Hd.
Aluert O. Newton R»mI Lion lid.
Francis T. PrRRY, Apixiquluimluk Hd.
David Graver, Mill Creek ILL
Levi Hutu, White Clay Creek I Id.
William H. Briort, Bed Lieu ILL
8. F. Bhali.crosb, St.Georgea H I.
William N. Wilsos, ) Al , piiqnl „| lu | II | ( ,
Ai.exander Dfakynf, f 1,1
KENT COUNTY TICKST.
For Bhkriff-RAMUEL H ARG A DINE
For Coroner—JAMES M. KILLEN.
John Mustard, Dock Creek.
Curtib 8 Watson, Milford.
Samuel Hctchibon, Jr., Keoiou.
Henry W. Howe, Little Creek.
James L. Smith, List Dover.
John G. Carsons, West D«*v«r
Samuel B. Cooper, North Murderklli.
David Needles South Murderkill
Nimrod IIarrikoton, Miipl.lion.
levy court commissioners,
David Reese, Kenton.
William II. Hobson, Little Creek.
John S. IIarrikoton, Milford.
, 1)0 VI'I
fiUSBEX COUNTY TICKET.
For Sheriff—J03IAH P. MARVEL.
For Coroner—JAMES N. PEPPER.
Tno.MA6 E RECORDS, Lowe# and Rehobotli.
Martin M. Ellis, Little Creek.
William W. Morris, North West Folk.
W. Robinson, öeaford.
John W. Short, Dagsborough.
Ebe Tunnel, Bitliiinore.
Levin Hitcii. Rroad Creek.
Sheppard P Martin, Indian River
Curtis A. Connaway, Georgetown.
levy court commissioners,
Samuel M. Simpler, Cedar Creek.
Odalton Smith, Nauticoke.
TnoMAS W. WILI.1N, North West Folk
m E. Rogers, Sc»!ord.
David II. Uoyce, llrond Creek.
Geo. W. C. Hfaun, Dogsborougb.
.1 AMKfl IV W. Mahbu, Indian River
I ASTI. 1C roi
Henry M. IUulow—B randy wine IM.
Gen. JF.fisr. Sharpe—W ilntloglon Hd.
Di». J. A Brown—C luistl«
Geo. O. Evans —White Clay Creek lid.
Thomas Uird—Hp* 1 Llou Ud.
William Herbert—N ew Castle Hd.
Henry A. Nowland—S t. Georges Hd
Isaac IV Walker—A ppoquinltnink Hd.
-Mill Creek Hd.
L. J. Uai.dw
Ik 1.91 OCR ATI € ASSOCIATION.
The Democralic ABBorialion ol the city of
Wilmington, will meet regularly every
Friday Evenino, at half-past seven o'clock,
at their Headquarters, in Central Building,
i»rn tr ol Fu w rll t and K ing
II. F. Askew, President.
J. II. Pohl, Becrettry.
The Democratic Tarty of Delaware i
Convention atiembled, declare
1. Their devotion now, ns in tbe past, to
the Federal Union n8 established by the
Fathers of tbe Republic and to the Conititu*
tlon ns maile and adopted by them which is
the only bond of Union
2. To the lights of the people
States secured by that Constitution?
3. To Constitutional civil liberty which
can only be secured and perpetuated by a
fitrict adherence to the Constitution thus
formed. _ ,
4. They further declare »bat the Federal
Government and the government of the
Stute ol Delaware were framed by white
for Lite benefit of While men and that
they are unalterably opposed to any associa
tion will) negroes politically or aoclallv, and
to any participation by negroes in the man
agement of tbe affaira and intireats ol cither
tbe general or State government.
5, They declare their inflexible opposition
-called fourteenth and fifteenth
ul ol til«
amendments lotbe Federal Confilituilon and
denounce them bb frauds upon the people,
imposed by military power exercised by a
corrupt Federal administration.
6. They declare tlieir opposition to the
reckless extravagance and wasteful expen
ditures of a Republican Congress and Federal
administration, and to the indiscriminate ap
propriation of the public domain, to privat
Corporation 1 ».
7. They denounce as unconstitutional and
aggressive upon the rights und liberties of tbe
people of the United States, and the people of
every State, the act passed at the last session
of Congress for the enforcement of the so call
the Federal Constitu
8. They denounce as unconstitutional, all
aud ewry act passed by Congress having for
its object the equalization, socially or politi
tally, ot the negro race with the white race.
». They denounce the attempt by ('on
gress to force equality ol the negro race
with the white race In our free schools, and
in favor of our public schools remaining
a» they ever have been—opeu to white cliil
ll). They hereby declare that they do not
want and will not seek the negro vote, but
will rely exclusively upon the vole* ot white
men hereby declaring that the Democratic
party ot the State of Delaware, is now us it
ever has been, exclusively u White Man'«
Party, and they cordially Invite tbe white
voters of ttie State, without reference to for
roer divisions or associations, to unite with
them in the maintenance of the supremacy
of the while race in this Btate, ant* to the
extent ol their ability throughout the United
11. They are in favor of confining to the
white race exclusively, tbejright of auflrage.
12 They arc in fuvQi of a wise and ccon
uomical administration of the Federal and
13 They call upon their fellows citizens
who have heretofore opposed their party or
ani/.ation, to join them uow in rebuking this
aud desperate attempt of a failing party,
to prolong its power, at the cost of degrading
American < itfzenship, and risking our last
hope for self government by a free and intel
ligent nation of w hite men, upon whose virtue
and intelligence we can alone rely for its
14. That while they ure opposed to bring
ing the question of the proper relations of
cai.iiul and labor into political controversies,
vu In view of late Radical piopoBitious to
disregard all questions of race in the popu
lation and industrial and political regulu
tlon» of the country, they declare that our
lepubllcan ayitem is best maintained wlien
labor is well-paid, and is iu greatest danger
when Asiatic hordes are assisted to invade
aud engralt their theories of "cheap
abor " upon our present system.
15. Relying upon tbe patriotism and de*
votion of ibe white people of this State to
their own race, they hereby declare their de
terminât ou to enter vigorously upon the ap
proachlng political campaign and to show to
the people of the whole country that the peo
pie of Delaware at the present day, Imitat
tug the example of tlieir patriotic lathers,
will maintain aud perpetuate a white man'»
government unconiaminated by any associ
ation or participation therein with ihe negro
A meeting of tbe Democrats of the Hixth
Ward will he held
in#, at their Headquarter*, N. E. corner of
8lh and Buttonwood street, at 7$ o'clock.
every Thursday even
tub: DKMOCHATIC MAUN nektinu
At Middletown on Thursday, was a large
aod spirited «flair. Tiie Democracy of St.
tleorge« and Appoquinlmink Hundreds,
formed iu procession ot Odessa, and marched
to Middletown, accompanied by the Town
send Brass Band, and also the Odessa Brnsa
Band, iu beautiful wagons. A cavalcade of
horsemen represented each Slate in the
Union, the horses, wagons, and carriages
were all decorated with flag*, evergreens,
wreaths of flowers and hickory poles, and
presented a very handsome ami
appearanee. As the procession moved
through our streets they rent the air with
their shouts. Many banners were carried
In procession beating appropriate laottoes,
such as "Tbe Fifteenth Amendment a
Frnud," "While Meu Shall Kule America,"
"Down with the Enforcement Act," "Delà
ware good for 3000 Democratic maionty."
The stand was tastefully decorated with flags
and flowets, and over the front was an arch,
in evergreen letters, with these words: —
"The Constitution of our Fathers," and
derneatli, "Down with tbe 14th and 15th
Amendments." A large delegation came
down Oom Wilmington, with representatives
Ironi Elkton, Newark, New Castle, Dela
ware City, St. fleorgea, Odessa, Port P
Townsend. Blackbird and Smyrna, and all
the neighboring towns in Maryland.
About 2 P. M. the meeting was called to
order by Dr. Rwitbin Chandler, who Intro*
duced ilon. James A. Bayard. Mr. Bayard
spoke over an hour, reviewing the policy of
the Badical party in conferring the elective
franchise upon the negro race, presenting In
a logical and conclusive manner, the evils
which must ensue unless such a policy is re
versed. Ho demonstrated the incapacity ol
the negro for self government, pointing
Jamaica, and to every other place where the
experiment lias been tried, as proof that the
negro is sure to deteriorate, unless in con
tact with while men. He lias been only a
slave and subordinate, from the records or
memorials of the earliest civilization, down
to the present hour, and from his very na
ture he can never he anything else.
At the close of his speech a committee of
one from eacli Hundred was appointed to
draft resolutions expressive of the sense of
lion. B. T. Biggs was then introduced,
and made a lucid expose of tbe extravagance
of the present Administration, giving facts
and figures, to the comprehension of nil who
The committee on resolutions reported the
following, which were adopted unanimously:
1 Resolved , That we warmly endorse the
action ot the late Democratic Stato Conven
tlon held at Dover, and approve the expres
sion of political issues as set forth in the res
olutions there adopted.
2. That the nomination of the Hon. James
Pender of Sussex county, for Governor of
the State of Delaware, meets with the cor
dial assent uf the Democracy of New Castle
County, who will render him a hearty and
3. That the nomination for Representative
in Congress of tbe Hon. Benjamin T. Biegs,
is an act of justice alike to the party, and
the candidate, whose action and honorable
exertions as our Representative entitle him
to this expression o( our unreserved confi
dence and esteem.
4 That in the nominees for county offices
and I he Legislature, we recognize citizens of
unimpeachable character and intelligence,
whose fulfillment of piivate.and public trusts
heretofore, guarantees their honest and rapa>
I hie performance ol the duties to which
Must they will he railed by the citizens of
5. That iu the presence of a body of armed
troops nt 1 he polls ol a regular, peaceful and
rderly election, in the city of Philadelphia,
e recognize alaimlng evidence ol' the law
less violence, and intimidation of our people,
which have become favorite agencies with
the Radical party in their schemes to retain
political power, and that it becomes the free
men ol ibis country to denounce as we do
and dcly such unlawful and miserable
attempts to control elections by military
6. That we earnestly urge upon all white
n who value the perpetuity of our institu
tions, and who believe in the supremacy of
their own race to unite with us in
deavora to deleat the lawless and revolution
ary attempts of the radical parly to African
ix u tbe political power of our country.
lion. Thomas F. Bayard was then intro
duced to the audience. He pointed out the
eucroachments of Congress upon the co ordi
nate blanches of the government, andgdwell
upon the alaiming fact that it had trodden
uuder foot the cheeks and balances ol the
Constitution, disregarding the prerogatives
of the Executive, and aiming to reduce the
Judiciary to a state ot paity subserviency.—
Mr. Bayard spoke with earnestness and em
auditor«, among whom were many Republi
cans, with respectful attention.
Col. James Ponder, candidate for Gover
nor, being present, was then in'roduced to
the audience. Alter a respectful salutation
he said as the audience had listened to
thI able speeches, and the hour wa9 growing
late, they would not expect a speech from
him. He then bowed and retired.
Mr. J. Fiank Hazell,ot Smyrna, was then
called to ihe stand, llu spoke about ten
fifteen minutes, paying a handsome tilbute
to the epeskers who preceded him, and then
paid his respects to the bolters ot Kent. Alter
which the meeting adjourned with cheers
for the whole ticket .—Middletown Tran
these abuses oi a Radical Con
listened to throughout by his
fbrepaugh's Menagerie and Vi rout .— What
the Louisville Journal says of them:
The procession was grand aud imposing
than a mile
appearance. Stretching out
iu length, with its flags and banne« flung to
tbe breeze, thirty elegantly ornamented cages,
a massive golden chariot, containing a full and
complete orchestra. Old Romeo, and
lier of dromedaries, small elephants, etc.,
filled up the line of the finest street parade iu
the way of show material ever seeu iu Louis
ville. A large concourse of people, more than
usually attend exhibitions the first afternoon,
visited the tents, and at night such
1ms seldom, if ever, been seen
Many being unalile ta» obtain
the circus, contented themselves by spending
the evening in the menagerie department.
The animals are placed in a circle extending
around the entire tent, into which the visitor»
first enters, while the ornithological depart
ment is contained in cages placed d'rectly in
front of tbe circus entrance. The elephants,
etc., are grouped in the center. By the lu
terest taken in this part of the show we arrivt
at the conclusion that the patrons would be
perfectly satisfied if they were deprived of
teeing the circus altogether. Certain it is that
no one ever saw so much before or such a fin#
collection of animals for the small investment
of filty cents.
The circus, given in aseperate tent, without
extra charge, is far above the average class ot
arenic entertainments. The horses are fine
and well trained The members of the coin
pany are excellent performers, dreeing in the
various characters with taste aud neatness.
The clowns are witty, without being vulgar
(a great improvement). Altogether it is a
circus worthy of imitation,
The w hole establishment is fitted up like a
parlor, with furniture, trappings, and every
thing to correspond, and during their stay we
expect to see it visited by tho elite of mir city.
The rules of the establishment are perlect, and
Mr. Forepaugh looks carefully to the comfort
of bis patrons. Such a show as this has never
before been among us, and when this leav
we probably shall uot look upon Its like again,
We would suggest that families make aspe
cial effort to get out in the afternoon with their
children—the animals show' to much better
With such an endorsement as this, coming
from one of the leading journals of the couu
try, and with what we already know of Mr.
Forepaugh and his shows, wo unhesitatingly
pronounce this the best show that ever visited
us. Exhibition will be given in this city
Thursday, October 20th, at Fourth and L
bard streets, arteruoon aud evening,
a. Word to Boy*.—T ruth i» one of the
rarest ol virtues. Many a youth ha» been
lost to society by allowing falsehood to tar
to ,,( 9 r gig character and foolishly throwing
truth away. Honesty, frauknes6, generokity,
virtue—blessed trait» ' Be these yours, my
to boys, we shall not tear- You are watched
by you i elders. Men who aro looking lor
1 clerks aud apprentices have tbtir ey
l y OU ]f you are prolane, vulgar, saloon*
gulug, they will not choose you. if y
| upright, steady and indufatrious, betöre long
y UU will fit ' good place«, kind matters, and
the prospect ol a useful life before you.
Sunny side Cook of 18T0.
ENTIRELY NIW AND BCIKNTII10 PBINCJPLU.
with SIPHON FuUB, guarant ed to thorough lyhaat
pot hofra. with two third* tne
n Cook I
o large ov»n», and six
used Id th» Ringle o
atm manufnetuclni oir long and favorable
Barley-Sheaf Cooking Stove,
Ujlily Mtsemad by tbe pablir tor
PARLOR KTOVfi, beabvea
•ral year* pa»
fled thl* y*»r*.
Icuowu the merits of
SuDnyside Fire i'lacd Heattrs
um» ah') carried
a at tbe
at the Manjla
home of the Ba
hotair llie-place II
er. This la the only true
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r tliculara an
•»TU AKT, PETERSON dk. CO.,
VOR SALE BY
Messrs H. I. Pickels & Mro..
A STANDARD REMEDY.
1» Dr. SIMMV WHITE PULMONIC
In a alugle
« been prep
Such an artlr
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r filled giving
ry drop of
H bliumit bln
past, therefor a
ut Coughs, Bore Throat. B
I huoptug C- ugb, Blood tsplt
ne llolue In tha world tbit stand« more ou
lhau Dr. BlMMd' WllITK PULMONIC
:l.rough>ut the Untied
, medium and ona dollar large eL
Preoared only by Dr. J U. .1
deiler in Drugs and Pure Family Medl
aud Kina Stiacta
Pi 'i'ii '"I.
lln.i ug to
Female« Suffering witu Rupture
er i'hyalaal Weakne»«, >*re luv tad
call at C. H. NAEULKb' office, No
eel, below Hare.
Supportera, & ■:
al ability. Examlua
aud auitanle it
ractlce lu tbU »p*ci
u, iaaure» Intelligent
NINGA BRACES adjt
Deafness, Blindnesi and CatariL
Treated with tbe
specialty) la the
ra experience, (formerly of L*vdei
ARCH BTBKHT, PHILADELPHIA
es, by J. ISAAC 4 , M. D.,
tbe i.'YK aw l K All ; (his
r of DIBKASES
n Holland ) No.
in hi* pr
to produce aluxarlan
I .J, ' hi' i* ii
a bald bead
a! of Pimple». Blob
, .««ring the same soit, c
allied without charge by addre«»
•■r 'he >
B2 4 A Y * FOR YOUNG ME 2, o a KooLal
y or l.uproprlety ot gattlng Mart ed
help or tb< »• w
Ud dpht * Pa
tSa'JCUTÎON, B.x P.
MAY SAVE YOU
Tho Bubjcripllon Price ofthi* Paper
FOR A WHOLE YEaII
hard work and hard Inoctt« "%A
nitad In Philadelphia the large
ost compute Clothing Uou»c in
America, Il n
nt endeavor», we have avolfrd all
a aud antiquated matt.ol« of
II now Oak Hall is uni
B 7 the old
rj b»;Rea»CLS ar*:—
Instead ol wedging It In between other 'V*
building«, making It dark, aud obeci
goods, It I« bu It on a corner ot
c not iu It '.61
We employ skilled wo
dred and ^Fllty dwho^ ^ ^
AdT curloHtv to via
d be»ldaa "LU
■re employed at their
a ink Al
r We thoroughly
tJ, our good*
'""l*at one time
I U of OV** -R*
W« • t
r f .*•-• a.r»lu«t «**ry «pertes of *%.»
iu trade -fc*
od* end will give *U4
e to pur* h o, r
above are facts tba
fully dl*pute, •« tbe exs
QXtt.u wa *0* ■%*
n-rdtaiiy Invfre, will fully prove.
♦*T ertâbllehlng In
e <>l people, feel'n4 eur
Clothing House in America.
fir« eult»t th* patron«
VY eited In tbe rto»pe>i y oft
OAK HALL BUILDINGS,
S E. cor. Sixth & Market Streets, I ;
Nos 532, 534, 536 Market
•• 1,3, 5, 7, 9, 11, ri F on lli Sixth St.
Important to mo Public!
Corner Frout aud Weat Rlrpets,
,t U. G
of hia f
, 11 -
kind*, rpl e», b
Meats of a
Fruit, and everything
mined by families, who
a tbe gro
r purity -
keep coualautly *.a n
Freih Lancaiter Couuty Roll Butter,
prime ar'lc'a. Also. COUNTRY PRODUCE of ev»ry
.e.ll at the
P The public are iu
[«min.> hla stock
at bi» goo I» are of
■uperlor qualit) ae any offered lu this city
Mr *'i' K
How to da basmess—Ailveriite,
On WEDNESDAY, the 20th day of October,
1870, at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
folio wlag^dewirll-ei R a
•I r • • • I
County of N
•d a c rdiiii
f by J
Begu iling by
noith 25% d* g
1 40 degree», ea
97 percha», than* e
rib 77 \ d«g
,rtb 7 -J-4
Il , t hence
6 U decree*, „»at
f the Christiana Hoad,
a.u-b 81*4 degr
Cattle and Hren
pi' e south 44U
n 37 degree', wei
perche« to the place of
hundred and flttv tbiee a
of I md which
r their hmd« end sals duly
cuted aud being dated the 2&th
A. I». 1832, did
to Mid hide
d.y of Mtroh
grant aud convey uuto William
irge Mi-Crone, In fee es by reference
In theofllce lor tbe recording
fully and at large appiar.
All that certain other Ir
w Castle at
Iu the Huodrrd aud County o
aod whb h is boundod and d. s •
tha R. .I
the U nt
stt.ru aide of the puhii • road
1 Lion, formerly rilled
, thence by »eld aide of
Si'4 degree«, we««. 64
H I ■ l
leading Into Maryla
to Robert.' Itun
aud Ked Lion
4 1% deg
d thirty perch* », mon
it nt I tud which Wllllau
or less. It being tbe
T. Used aad Rally L his
• 1« duly ex
uly, a d.
. ' I
iu to Willis
raaald, l.i Ii
ore tally at.l .1
F vol 6, page
i> the Handrad
aud Couuty of New
olio we tc
the road leading
- «Id John A
b 79*4 degree»,
■ u ai Hare's I
88 3 4 deg
road south 61.^
»Ide c f tha road frau
of the .
o 1 ed Llou a»
93 parch* a nea
and twenty perebae of liml
wife Ly tndeu
duly axecutid, bearing date
A, D. 1841
am U. MotT .
l> >• ein I e
recorded In the offiea afore
t L vol.
leatlonel and des ribed
M. his wife, by Ir
A D 18 6, did grai,
V ' c-u
I »aid t
ty or half part of
il by said ludautur.
u Boo * X, Vol. 6. png
o be.ng had, the
tea Iu execution as tha property ot
ud Abigail D. hU wit ', and t t '• a»d
Set led a I
t payable on day
. pal i on or
b r j. 187
Hieiltf » Oi 1
• undiy write of Lavarl Facia*
u tbe Town and Huud
•w Castle, N jw CaalleCounty, Delaware.
On WEDNESDAY, the 20th day of October,
187«, at 2 o'clock 1\ M.
. f J.
e. Vk :
Tb j fo low
an that c
1 In kip,
I 2H*i degree
» road leading from Bmalley*
a »take In »aid ;*(
Simmons heirs, f
said heirs north 35 degraai
Ding p.rlly w
Mil. to the Bear T
or land of'*
g ree», ea-t 202
nd of JohuAUeu,
id Alfrn »nd
her hedge and I
r a» aforesaid, aud fro
h dge aod with laud of Wanblng
I, M D., nor.h 41^ degree» w
ChrUtiana Creek, th
• r. . k
blading thtrewllh the
has to tbe place of
tut nilthree huudred and ninety-one
wood and tlm'
»' large ta
i t- r
AUlgall D. Lie
m property ot
JACOB RICHARDSON, Sheriff.
Sheriff» Offl *>, New Castle, October Qtb,1670.
oiel of George 1 W Wi
, at tb«
Or* 11 p, Iu MldoUtown
Ou SATURDAY, the 22d day of October,
A. 1)., 1870, at 1 o'clock, F. M.,
Real Eaiite, v'.z
id prvmlaea lying
\ only and State of Dolawai
public road leading
ud by magnetic b
in Hide of
of tbe land
n ih nc* with tb
north fifty -Uv« J*
sixty-jight perches to the land of Thoms
phey'« laud south thirty
o degioea and one-hi
eight perches and iweuty-ßve hu
twenty-six degree« ai
i a perd .
«... of • .1 "
ty «igitt Luuir—...
ut tbe publie road
ol a pure
all to Smy
■«ppiioge at tbe
with tbe lat.d of Houlden
e , u >rth ntoe deg
fni Itiiruen pure
oulden Cook i
f a p reb t.
i i Ihr
r : r:
c M ,ij . . bis
to be sold
writs of Vendliloni Fxpon
By virtue < t «undr
directed, will be exposed to Public'
Indian Queen Hotel, kept bv !*•*- Pyle, In the
City of Wilmington, New CaitleOounty.Del.,
On WEDNESDAY', tho 2Gth day of Odober,
A. I>., 1870, at 10 o'olo-k, A. M.,
l be fbllowiu* described Real Kstata, vi*.
I of laud lyh.
of tbe n
red ) 60 fr
J* of I.'
b tl.e bu
On THURSDAV, the 21th .lay ot t 0. t..l.wr,
187«), at 1 o'clock, l'. M.,
Heg matug at a
t Ja»te Bi t
four deg re*
d I p*» r ^aa
i u- i
. i i
a corner for •:
degreê* thirty mtu
ra« ot lend
'kB,' hie wife,
JaCoVrICHAB Ü.40N, Sheriff.
Bberifi'a Office, New Caalle, October 6, ISTO.
rd*<r o' the Orphn'e ' ourt of
ir Now C atloCouiii
if of Habit, melon.
On Ti.r ruday, the 10th day of November
A. D. 1870.
By Vlr in- ol
»III b*. exp
o .»> by
of 0 K I#
tb- A ui'tluti Bo
th» Bral I «I
wit : All tin
9» late Jt
.III., g h
In* on the •
Ilawuoe or 63
treat and nt a
(from the northerly *id* of Kleventh i«.
w or late of John lien- „u
I HI J
and, aootb 68 degree« e*at 61 feet
ly's land north 32 degree*,
and of —— Donne! y. thence by aald Do"n*
, thence by that land
bee to tha »aid al le of
6* degrees, weit
h atree , and thanre by *«ld side Hi
M device», west 15 fett« iusb
o the place of
And It I» ordered that the puichaear or punhaa-re
thereof be and appear at tbs neat Orphans' C
New castle Connty, that the Court may aselgn
her or them
he or they w
ring loto reoogulam
id acknowledged Iu said C
cmliied by the said Court, with
eutliled aeverally their
a or asslgua respectively,
ich time as the Court mej
ns may by the direct
and appotuted In aald condition,
be given and ferma of e«le made
by tbe Co
of the aald
By cid-r of thatCuort.
KKN J. R,
by VICTOR Da
or by bis attorney.
USTICK, Clerk of Orphan's Court.
Assignee'« Peremptory Sale
''Diamond State" Steam Planing Mill
and Saih Factory,
AT AV1L.8IINGTON, OKI..,
SATURDAY, Oit *ber 22J,
uated on tbe eoatb side
i street Bridge, Wllmtngtou,
e<ld bv o
ee of Jacob
nslata of tha valai
ot of ground
nt aud 889 deep, with large bulldlugs suitable
ooring and surfacing; Smith's
chine, Dovetal* marhlae.
Il I MM
ouldlug machine with
finished do- ra. Mah blinds,
, 1 Irou
of bits. Alan
mouldings, frame», Ac.
LUMBER—About 150,(10 feet
pipes, tauke.Ac ; suitable
With full particulars pre*
TkKMS.—On leal estât
days when deed will be executed and poaaes
• mal properly bill« under $200 cash -
over $200 cash w
ill be required from ail purchasers.
Real Estate Agents
Great Redaction in Price of
A R DWAR
Raving *old the Bailding to give possession
November 1st, we now offer our Stock of HardJ
, Cutlery, Tools, Ac., at very low ratet
We have iu stork a full line of
Table and Pooket Cutlery,
Tea and Table Spoons,
SoisBora, &o., &o.
GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, &c
Rubber and Leather Belting,
Steam Packing and Hose,
I'NlVKHSJkL. & SUKHMAM
cOt.K AGENT FOR 1 BK CELKBHATKD
Magic Washing Machine.
J. A. RORIIVSOV a CO..
Second and Market Street«,
WILMINGTON, LEI AWARE.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES,
New York made
I RE^S TRIMMINGS.
A CHOICE LOT OF BLACK SILK
FO» DRESSES AND SACQUES.
M. L. LICHTKN8TEIN,
226 Mar ketStreet,
To tlie Volers of New Castle County,
t I, JACOB RICHARDSON, Sbeiiff •>
n.hly of eiiiti State,
Know ve, tha
w Castle Couuty,
vlde.1, do hereby pr«c
I . M-l.
WILL DE IIF.I H
Ou Tu e» da V. tbe 8th day of November
ifi e. I « "'s iu\ Île*
•ty for tbn elect!
Mill Crook Hnu*t»e*l,
non SAVE THE STATE.
.1 A CO U IIICIlAlUBiON,
HIIKRIFF t*F NHW C6ETI.F. Col'NTV
ctuber 6 tb, 1070
KIIRMTUKK vV BKDDINÜ.
THON. J. LR4HÜ,
!!51 S. E Cor 4th aud King Streets,
of boose- keepcri
»«ping to his lei)
I ' IM
DINING ROOM sad
•«lilt g at
, which I an
Feather*. Beds, Maître
Philadelphia p*ice*. Ce
1 1 f *Vthar 4
T. J. GRAVE«
FOU SALE AND TO RENT
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
A FARM OF 400 ACHES,
ow ii as th
a r.infrrtabie boa**
t !••!wren lb» Potona
et*. Tbe properly I»
IKKMIN FA It M I
!'• by 41 fret, with ii
r About one I
bole bel on In <•*
* .old make a Si
try facilities a«
productive aod profitable.
, one half ra
• premise*, will »how
Cole, who re»lde« on
THOMAS M OULU,
Auctioneer and Real Ktd«
uoiiui.R nit ir k not 'su,
»mer ofTalrd aud
toB?*De| H *'*;
«ot tha Delaware Kl
tc. t)7 feet I
«a! y for g
I this las
i.aved and remove
O.pa May, he off«
lull lb H .tel,'
One half of
ly If decired. Apply to
WOOL8TON & CO.,
No. IS East Third
Or addre«» JOHN Me
Hotel,' Cape May City, N. J.
FOU 8ALE OK EXCIIANUE.-A
3 AGUES OF
HANDSOME C'VFTAOB WIl
" Pleasant Plain
i: Three Acres
26 aenta. To w
io New Y
. wide hi
prettily laid o
the door, with
, and pleuty ol ■
e kitchen ;
hh pump Iu It ; barn,
few pea'hea aud*
orgnold for caib.
lei 8 if
a. Apply to
For »ule, Excliaug« autl Heul.
ONE HUNDRED FARMS
Fob sale or exchange for city property.
lu aU parta ot Ihe city, for aale
bEVEKAL LARGE and
ALL POviMS. with STEAM
to, an OFFICE and ROOM4 on Market Street
ILLIAM bltlOHT, Heal K-ta'» Agent,
A Faim ot ■(>'« Acre» or Land,
and with Apples
t C muty. Dela
with good buildings,
M aod other tmi
P..CU tives ought
It will be
ate lu K
one ml<e of Mary dell Station, on
h Maryland Railroad. It Is auita
my for the farm in
• bargala—with or w
Jt to W. M. McCAUi
Ko, Dover, Del.
LLKY A CO ,
reet, Wilmingtou, Del.
• well securad.
Factory and Store Property
a FACTOKV, w
Urma d Tb* Ma«
«.ruer. Also, a sToKE a
I I ,
a rquare ol grou
ud Walnut Streets, will
Ion, on vary
• binory la all la good ru
ud 1.WALLING hi
lie-half Hi V
«, fur sale low.
WILLIAM UKlHtir. Real Kafate Agent,
of Sixth sod W
HOTEL for SALE
,KTO \V N
id pump of esc
$^.w7 il.iS'u .*>"«
partiaulara apply to
lortgage. Pi), fail her
Mr» F.LIZA ttILLKV,
ILK. No 4 Kail Third S
GOOD KAUM IN
1 OADKR HUNDRED,about 160aore«
u the Delaware K
« In orchard;
l load. Build
ing« all new; 20
feuoing good V
No. I East Till'd.it..Wilmington,Pel.
10 CHANCE FOR SPECl*
LAITON —FOR SALE.—A fquare of groend
Streets, and Klug aud
on King by 218
M U i\ It
111 feet fr
ton Ki end.. Inquire of
No.4 East Third Street.
good dwelling thereon, situate u
city of Wilmington.
.ar Ihe Old
_ „..ck Yai J, Shed«, Tool». Fixtures,offloe.
thing compute, and doing a fine bueloeae. Term* easy.
, some »plendld Farme to exchange for eltv property
Six Houses, now Finishing,
and will soon be ready,
FOR S. 4 I.F. OR RENT,
J. A; BROWN,
J KST WIL MI NOTON.—I HAVE A
few desirable HOUSE LOTS left that
in incuthly paym
. A. BROWN.
■ ealdence, but u
LB AND POS
with. A go
on, in Kent Couuty
606 Market St.. Wilmington,
M DWELLING HOUSE, now occopiel by
•cilbar, No. Gu3 Flarkat Street, containing
rooms wtlb bath room. Apply to
GEO. S HAG4NY,
No. 2, W. Fécond Street.
, and FOR PAI R OR
IIOUHBM In West Wilmin*
la Naw liberia, for colored
. A. BHOWM.
la Naw liberia, for colored
. A. BHOWM.
THE BEST YET.
The Best is the Cheapest
Is the Best 8ewiug Macliiue jet Iutro
duced to the Public.
th, I* t
M need le,
id I« equally
I - !..
M r ud •
aud I» i allai
y sad iapld
i he», bn
lu f».'l d
M AC HINE WORK IN I TB HIGHEST
-TATE *0 PERU* Tins
T1IK w ki:d
.! F. MANSFIELD,
Corner Sixth and Maiket Kt* ,
> 11.KINGTON, DEL.
S ATCIIKLN AND TRAVKMNO MAO»
Fer Ladle* and Gentlemen, Pocket B<K>ka. Port-—
"in» Ciakt Cnee*, Porte Polloe. Ac , for »ale at
% B. 8. R. BUTLER'S,
Book tad Newspaper Stage, 420 Market Street.
Wiliui. g «on Steamboat I«ln 0
CHANCE OF HOURS.
On and After Monday, Oct. 10th,
THE NEW. SWIFT. AND ELEGANT STEAMER,
Samuel M. Felton,
LEAVES AS FOLLOW* :
King Streit Wharf
7 15 A.M
At « 16 A M
Wharf at I
Far, between Wilmington end Philedelphi«,
3 0 CENTS. .
Excursion Tickets 50 Cents.
Fare betweeu Wilmington, Chester
Yl- Exi-urslee Ticket* are good to rel
Freight takes at former Rate».
aaeount of this boat without a wrltieu «rler
a are forbid
la a new and claga
on, with large gro
baa been fitted u.
fort and confanlacci ef
•levate and very haa'thy. The past
tara, I* a »effi lent«uarantee that
luparlor ad vantage* foi obtaining a
Bll«. The locatl
i ' I ■■
»fled that avjry
spirit of a firm, but mild goes ■■■■
ladles placed at thla Institution, while
Implant In (hair minds
and religion, w
odlatlno'lia la made la
t . f their trwllgl^
e exteiuil dUdpllne
•nt, will be
pH lelplea of vlr
render education profitable,
the reception of pupils on
11 will be require
con ft rt
IU le «ha
h only »uph novtton of It •»
Open on the 1st Monday in September.
For fart bar Infirmation, addr#r*
Directre**, Convent of Visitation,
a il g 22
» opantd for the ier«ptl.in of Si
Wednesday, September 14th, 1870.
I JThe Trn»tee* of the OoPege have aerated • «'»'P" '
competent Profo-eor« In the several d ®P E,, "?* n .
»troc'lon, and student» may puraua althar the regu.ar
uoh as i* taughl In our beat Uol'egea,
»todies to the
Scientific ami Agricultural DepailmenU,
It may conflue
which »p«elal aitentUn Is given ------
•ruing, velatlog to Agrlculinr»and the """î"''™*'*-;
It I» the de)l n nf thl» Inatltntlon to provide for Young
Men a tboroagh Practical Education at a very modirate
'^ClrcuUre containing full Infarmatlon addrei
ILLIAM II. PURNELL, A . M.»
PROF. EDtVi D. PORTER, A.
A cubical, BolantifU and Commercial
eu. Thorough luatr
haalih and Moral*
and modarata chargea.
For Boys and Yo
Full »Term opens September 14tb. 1870.
StuJinli rapu/y pn^rtd for admiulon to' College.
For ml* inlormallon eeud tor Catalogue,
No 602 FRENCH STRFET,
talon will b-gln
SEPTEMBER O. 1870.
JOHN WILCOM, Pra
Moravian Female Seminary
Rev. EUGENE A. FRUEAUFF, Principal.
• TAULlbBKD I7S».
County « I*o.
For circulai, ,»d for.h.r Inform,lion, P.ln
Tho Hannah More Academy.
Freuoh and E glisU Boarding and Day Scliool
for Young Ladins.
KIGIIT H AND WKST S1TRKKTS,
end l«aUil* O.iauh w.
Prlu«l| aU: Miser* Charlo
IaMttJtioo will corn men
N BEPTRMliLR (12th >
la supplied with fall the *Uo*«id bon
, Mai.», Dla/ram« PStloaophleAl and
• aud superior Musical In
Tbe next e*««tdn of
Infitruction given to Ledit
a'.a Gollage and Normal
T H K
D li L V W A It 1
C 0 M l 1 A N Y ,
No- 602 Market Street,
Incorporated in J826.-Chnrtfr Perpetua». •
lnsuraitcefi for n term of years or Per
pétuai Iiisuranccs at gpeaHy
..4* hef.ia Ik
laid. 1 u> oral
■nd le ... ou
promptly a<t juste J ai
y*aia a ape. laity
Olli EC TOII8
wa. «. «iiBBoxa.
william ca k av.
• WILLIAM CAVE* Y,;Pv«ffi4cfat.
Philadelphia, Wilmington A - Baitimor«
MONDAT, JONE ôtb, 1870
r Rii.nd Street and Week«
1 mini will leaf* Depot co
ue.ae follow# :
WAY-MAIL TRAIN atu.
for Baltimore, »topping
M (Sunday# exceptad.)
Regular 8 I At
Delaw are Kail
uyron Branch Kail Jtuad aud Maryland
«il Kovl, at H irrlugt >n with Junction
, at Delmar »Ith Eaefrrn toboi»
Kail Koad at Salisbury with Wlcoaii • > aod Pjcomoh»
EXPRESS TRAIN at 11
oi «und Washington.
(I Havm-.lt> Ui*
Koad, at Fcaford
and Helawai* Kall K <ad,
M (Sundays excepted,
•topping at Wilmington
et» at Wllmlngte
Hei rt vnle
EXPKRjS TRAIN at 4.00 P. M. (Sunday* excepted,
for Baltimore »nd \V*
low, Lin wood, Ulaym
Newark. Elkton, Noi
noil«, Chase'* aud Stemmer'
AjrNlOHT EXPRESS at
re and Washington, stopping
l'arry ville, Il
the 12 00 M.train.
I, Stopping a
mtngton, Newport, Hlaaooa
Perryman's, Kdgewood. Mag
M (daily,) for Baltl
Philadelphia and Wl
Stopping at all a
11,00 A. M. 3.30, 6 00, and 7.00
»with Delaware Rail
ed late «talion*.
road for Ilarrmgtoi
M.,2,00. 4.00, and
7.1«, (dally.) P. M.
betwean Cheater and
Trains leaving Wilmin
M , will
a. M. and 4.
more Central Rail Koad.
n at « 46
M. and 4 00 P.
on whb the 7.00
P. M. Trains for
adelphla and Baltl
" 11.45, A.M , • "* —
BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore 7.26 A.M .Way Mail. U06A.M,Fs
pieea. 2 40 P. M. Express. I 36 P. M. Express.
P. M. Express.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE.
Leave Chester at 12 0b *.
9.U A. M., and 4 86 P. M
62, 2.03 and 1J.02 A. M., 1«
Leave Wilmington at
•nd 6.17 P. M.
SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE.
Leaves Baltimore al 7.26 P, M., stopping at Magnolia
Charleston'», Nortb.JCaat, Bikton, Newark, Btaatoa,
wport, Whmiugton, Clavmont, Llnwood and Cheater.
We.t, Bouth and BoutB
l ticket office, H28 Cheatnwt
Through it. ke
Bleaplag Cars rau be se -nred
purebaaiug tickets at this office
H- F. KENNEY, Jupt.
Wilmington aud Reading Railroad.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Im ■ HHI
On and after Monday, April 4th, 1870, pa
Will ran lollowa
No I. No,2, No j.
A.M. AM. P.M.
.2. No. 8,
M. P tf.
6 «0 II 17 6 16 Lancaster Road.
8 09 12
0 64 11 26 6 24 Buck.
6 28 Du Po
7 Ô0 II 34 6 31 Wllaji
H 36 6 b3 Adami
7 00 11 33 6 3.ihw.yn
7 12 1144 6 43 Smith's Bridge,
6 61 Brook BMJ,*
Cbadd'« F .id,
Chadd'« F oid.
14 32 6
7 62 12 80 6 27
7 49 12 27 6 24
7 4.' 12 21 6 16
7 81 12 13 6 (ifl
7 29 12 M 6 03
7 S3 12 02 6
7 19 11 (8 6 68
64 6 49
7 24 12 00 6
7 8o 12
7 86 14
12 17 6 U
7 61 12 '46 0 28 reed«'.
6 31 Mar.
SU 12 41 6 4> Vmbreevllle
8 16 12 44 6 44 Harve/»,#
8 19 12 48 6 63 Laurel.
8 23 12 61 6 57 Morionville,
8 81 12 68 7 0*1 Moievllle,
7 16 CuiWvllle,
1161 6 46
11 86 6 3),
U 47 II 31 A2A
•47 6 *1
2 * •"
0 16 110» 4 L,
Tra.u No. I.
l 16 P M , and
ring tor Baltimore at 10 U2
on the Delaware Railroad
A M ,and a
. Train No. 2 ho
Coateaville with train
■y 1 ;.
ritb Lane *■
d at Cbadd'a f
aln leaving Phlu
, North, i-onn
at Cbadd'a Ford with
ral Railroad, arriving
M., and arrirlog
Train Weal, at«
a at cbadd'a Fo
). ., Inn
pkta at I
Fast Liue Weat a
outh. couuecta at Ch«
*• Ford w
. M., and leavlni
rd with th*
tl Express Wa.t
a l .lphta at 8
A Daily blage Lou: \V«.t
J. C. SHARPLESS,
•r and General lluper.r"'*"
Pennsylvania Central Kailroad.
AFTER H p. M„ aUNDAY, JUNK 1'«, 1»7U,
tha Pennsylvania Can
Kallmad leave the Depot at
TlllnTV-tlhfeT AND MARKET STREETS,
which la reached directly by t
' M - ' r
o f 4 M ' Moped '
bLKKi lNU car TICKETS can le
e Ticket uifice, n
Agonta of the Union
and deliver baggage at the Depot. Oreera
CUaatnul »treat, or No. 110 Mar
er of NINTH and
r Company wlllca
TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ.:
PAOLI ACCOM. .
b A lUUsHUHU ACCOM.
ERIE AND PiTTaLUKU I.XPEEbS
Eiie Mall leave» Daily,
Saturday night ouly |o V).
pass, ngera will lave
burg Exprès« leaving ou Saturday night rn
.at 8.00 A. M.
12 60 * 7
1-4.80 P. M
00 A. M'
. al II JO
ipt .-anJay, runnln
Ipnla at 8 o'clock.
ti Express iwavei dally.
dally except buu
be procured and baa
116 Market Street
gage delivered by 6 p.
■ uaday train
arrives at Paoil
1 blUdelpbla at 8
o. I I
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.;
PHILADELPHIA EXPKEhS .
Kill h MAIL.
PARKEHULKG TRAIN .
FAST LINE BUFFALO EXPRES»
E*>IE EXPRESS .
LOCK IUYEN Aud ELMIRA EX
3 10 a. M.
AM. 0 4
6 40 P. M.
F. VAN LEER, Jr., Ticket Agent,
No. Ml CUeenut etreei,
t RANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent,
No. llo Market a tract,
EL U. WALLACE, llcket Agent.
At the Depot.
road Company will not am
The I'euii sylvan la
ri«k for Baggage, except for wearing apparel, and
limit tuelr responsibility to One Hundred Dollar- In
baggage ex-eediug that amount in value
ken by »pecial
.. J CASSAIT,
e riak o
DELAWARE KAIL ROAD LINE.
liM If . IL ~ .U.
V, April 4tb,
1 further notloo
Tratn* will r
ALL TRAIN H b
. I t*j Pbiladei'a ,
11 10 BAitlmcre.
il Ï6 Wtiming 1 u,
1150 New C
A W P 11
7 96 9
.10 0 .
10.30 6 «6
10 to 6 bo
t am )7 3.» I
211 Cl Ay ton.
19 10 8
1106 8 26
•4.16 8 to
•4 2l' DOVER,
•4 36 W y, inly
u a 4L
2 66 V
t, 26 eEAFOKD.
•tta. bed, w
U. wtug CbacKOd Hours, isutda.i
hfr'bt Lukinets ) t|| :
A M , Ne
.30, Dover, 8 60
lb, t-. leave n«rriagtuo ah
06 P M. Fel
n, 8 tO Clay
, 6.36, M
to. Caind.'U, A.'
i 8 iô 30 VS!*"
-p to taka up Paanenge
Ll tUle'n f
NEW CAITLE TRAINS,
l^ava NaW Caitlafor VVlliulngt- u aud Phlladelph'a,
1 LMve Philadelphia 1200 Id »ud V? Hail ugton 1.00 P fa,
101 N,,W 1 M, BMYRNA BRANCH TRAINS,
Additional lo those
AM, and 800PM Leave Clayton
e Smyrna tor < !•>tea
make oouneetb u w
AT CLAYTON Wtlb U» M. b D K. R tor
AT HARRINGTON with tbe J *
rgetown, Lewe» and toterruw V»»
AT SRAFORD Wlib *ba D. * v
,rg and CambriJr*
aT DELMAK wlib
DuVar, aud Htallo
B K. R far Milfard,
B. for Sanlabnry, Pr<
I, Delaware Kailroa
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