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DOWS TUB BEXIXSULA.
NOTES FROM THE STITE AXD EASTERS
SHORE PRESS—SMTKSA AXD OVER
LIRE.
The Pcn'on Union bat a column of local
tews called "Peninsular Waifs.''
The Orphan's Court of Caroline county,
w 111 meet on Tuesday, 20:h of Oct., 1875.
The Smyrna Timet, (Rep.) thinks
better side of politics is gaining the asceDd
tncy.
Chas. E. Ilazell, me rchant of Smyrna
sold out to his brother, Herman I*. Kazell,
of Clav'o i.
Oliver Logan is going to deliver
"Girl" lecture in Dover the nielli af.er
delivers It in Smyrna—Wednesday, 27th
inst.
k /.omna , T , n : *
A. I.|TJ,.U.„I«
££*£ " k
Cm iv Davis who r*-.l,li<>s rharr-n.i
™.:.b..S«o, l rS!!: , i'j;; , 2;
Wesley Chapel, in Elk Neck hi- Lis horse
falling on him. His left arm and collar
bone were broken.
The receipts from the late fair at Middle
town rearli in ti e a-rf-m-jie ram
Last year the receipts^were about I^DOO.
A large portion of this? money will be ex
pended in improvements ou tile cround*.
Taut W«<k Fr«] 1 mm. iKp iT^nt
rrmntvT^ilrLd j wu,
County Railroad, presented Jos. hmithers,
Sm; 'Tf
rffavora lS!lder^'di.riS'.between
cf favors rendered duriB 0 peach shipmcn.s.
\\m. J. g. Clarke has recently sold
mammoth Large, built at his shipyard
Newtown, \i crtes.tr eoun'y. to a party
New lork lor the sup of flO,0OU, when
loaned the barge earrted 15,000 hnsht-.s
wheat, and drew but seven icut of wuier.
^ A correspondent of the Cecil writing
from Iredericktown, ill that eouniy,
"I know one farmer who sent 1,';00 baskets
of peaches to New York, (ailone weekV
ehipmen ,) and the whole brought him
eight dollars in debt, besides the expenses
of pickin-, &r.
On Wednesdav, at the Bri->eville Fair
the trotters, Jaiic of New Jmev, Sis
New Jersey, and Ciitford of Federalsburg.
Md., were entered lor a race of best three
in five for a purse oftkA): 875 to the K*t
*>o to the hicon.1 L't'6 , and $10 to the]
third. Jane won tlie first heat in 2:55U,
and the second in 2 57V, The third heat
v.as won by Clifford in 2.50, the fourth bv
Sis in 2 f>x, slid the fifth and the race l/v
Jane in 3:10. '
X
The Ui-Aon says : Tu< s<lny list v.
l.usy day in Denton with the politicians
Three political meetings were held here
that d«y, viz.: the i.ing Democrats
mass meeting m the Court-house
was addre*E«lhjr 3Jr. Guinn, their candi-'
Car^'i 01 ' td.T Cy f ;"- IIr 'h. J. Lee
Carrod, candidate for Governor, end
several others. The l efcrmers assembled
ana njomixssUcd a Eecoiplcromxi-itiontickK
and the Republican Coun;v"c, ntr-1 Com!
The campaign may new be consider -1 fai: v
opened in the c-mm 1 -.
1 i

Miff Lottie H
M. Jerman
enrir n. dant-l. . r
r < t a. 1< n, '::
t cf this mo
f tb<-|
»rked
to
late 1
fir Cn n i a' out the fi
enter upe.n the njistic
Church there. She >
wife of Be
Chow Miss!
heart with
fcifed tr.i.1
her many warm friends here a* Le
it may peeul
decided ujion shortly
i f
M. E.
r sister.
-r; v.
o?s 'o jc
Baldwin
S. 7.
f fj.e
oo
quail:i's of min! and
which the voung 1
in.
-cine,while
er for the work she
af.er her painful he-'
reavement in the death of both father au ,]
mother. She is a lady of fine attainments
—a graduate of Wesleyan Colle'-e. IVil
min gton. ' °
v is pos-1
rne to
es ler d
r.tire
V fi
Old Kwdte* ( huroli te:n te y.
ting names
SOME INTER
AND DATES.
Aprojjot of the renewed interest iu cen'er.
nial and oM time matters generally, and es
pecially, of tLc recent mention of the Old
Swedes Church
by the -V. Y. Tiinit, a visit
was paid tbe cemetery cf that ckur-li us
«erday by a representative of the Herald!
of great InteresT toatiy one at^l'TnP uH
with the autimiarian sicrir ' '
fpp /-tv ♦« i* .
. ie 0]ac&t lODi '' m tbe Yitrl beart
the inscr!;) ion, "Here lies the Body of Win.,
Tanm-wr, who was Born 1C56'' .and 0}
which thes-zton Mr Tlo, vJ .
.i . , J ' • i! -U.i.» l fe
tbe My was iirerm! 1075; aecordfnz to
histoiv. Like all relics, H.c Uv - ois ti a
the bead stone
the l.-*r. v-i >7b\r.' !
• ... aBii.fi- .
Xwq,qid .5y,-' / e'i tOGib'Sjpii'-,
the date of li
resting jilact of tr o;b!sbe;-- „
nearly bidd<4_iu the gr-ouftiB, -
The next oldest
Catharine Ljr.am, er pi - .' jp i;U-■ -V.' '
Kirk, Mandi Pi. IS - ; KlizaBcth s it', 1 nn'
May 5, 17:7; 1 ,-,- r j aI! . v, {7-!
Bertl.a Morrow, Jan. 14, 1747 ■ N il!..,
Dano, Aug. lit, 1745 : Jo„n stak-on Nov',
t», 174* ; Lueas Midnam, April 1,; jj+««*
Casphous Juequ'it, March 2!'. i;p,..,.'
Hendrickson, Nr p'. 1. 17<d ; ,f (J ; „ a' \yj j.
raven, Nov. ti, 1151 ; Jonas Walrass ii, Feb.
27, 1752 ; IngeUrg .■':!.!!.; m, April J. I7;g !
Mary Jacquoi , J n. 28, Vp:" •' fram-is'
Brinton, Ocl. 24, 17-fi ; Norton JsisUs/Mav
29, ID'S ; igucBer Boblnion, J.me In. 17AS •
Barah Bird, Nov, In. 1772: \y m .
Jan. 28, 1765 ; Wm. Yu sec. Dee. 15 1771
John Lynatn, I) e. 13, 17ii» ; p t -.er Jlcn'
driekson, May 12, 1772 ; tusanua Nordij
May 1, 1772 : Henry Gt.Id'slicrrv. Aug. 12
1760 ; Mary Gilpin, J'eb. 14. 1774 ; J
Gilpin. Keh. 14, 1776 ; Thus. GUptn
•1, 1775: Kliz.il r-. h I'awlingt, Jniv ]•
Hid; Eliztbe'hColl.y, kept. 12. 1774,'
In a future DuniiH'i- i- is proposed to de
tail to our readers a iu'.l rki_ul.nl ihe
A'liurtl: and lie history,*
bet
ng'
end supposed to mark the
t v set,
b *J^s IV
<•
■:
,
.van
rch
Yi&luday afternoon, about three o'clock,
a horse attached to a carriage, became
iriglilened at the engine, which was at work
macadamizing Fourth street near Jackson,
and ran bp Fourth sired to Van Bures,
where the vehicle was overturned and com
plctely dcinoHMieif • the occupants, consist
ingot a gaiF4Hti«#bnd fcis wife, and eolor
ed driver,* werc- thrown out. The gettfle-1
man en ajied unhurt, tho lady hud her w rist;
broocii, and ,U.c driver was >*oniewhat. *
Irui^-a. Tfce p4Mieawerc quite fortaagtft'
p leficiipmg w v! en.. liciv tcriout results.
A CC11)EXT AXD X USA IF .1 r.
JOTTIXVa ABOUT TOWS.
Synod is orer.
Quicksteps rt. Flyaways to-day.
Everybody vituperates the umpire
Wednesday's game.
Work is progressing finely on the
ald's new press building.
According to the game laws gunning
be in order on the 1st of N ovember.
Hod. A. M. Keilev's lecture takes
at the Opera House'next Monday night.
A grand concert will be given in the
ment'of St. Marv'a Church for the benefit
the orphans', on Wednreddy evening.
"The Women's Christisn Temperance
Inion have set apart to-morrow, the
as a dav of fasting and praver. Beer
loons will please close.
A «wer on Leverin': Avenue near
die's road and St. James church, has
i? ITS*,, Sf"
l ™,-™.™-.«<*** for.
mass teoipersnce meetiig iu this citv on
?*»:
r J . r ? [ ' ,J H.vision, sons of Temperance
^u-re, w ill meet
The Kckeby Cornet Band of Brandywine
Banks, wUl hold a fair for the sale of
ful and fancy articles, in their room,
Henry Clay Factory, commencing
Monday, and to a**, one week.
~
JZIXVJt LOCALS.
-
Q n Wednesday last as a Mrs. Elliott,
h ' 8 Bvisg in this city, on Penn si
Sixth and Seventh, was packing
ter furniture for removal into the country,
she fell down a stairway injuring herself
a conetdcfable extent.
The revival at the Delaware Avenue
Baptist Church is still meeting with success,
jtjdirimr from the fact that on Wednesday
j ast twx-nty-live e-utered the inquiring room.
j At the p cnn Mutual Loan Association
j ast the following sums were sold:
at b-f-WJO at 0-8100 at 8' : 8400 at
the balance 8750 at 7'^.
.
a he Quic-ksteps v. ill p.ay the ml.owing
nine with the Hyaway to-day : liushong,
/?. t . cl, f r ' Bafferty, pitcher; Geary first
spi'a^e kfUie'd-Telh"^^ Mth^'
-:iih,!iei,l K - toU
' s
A - or « CATITAZ.'
_
. VFW rn , TP v VFVT Tri
ere ted^-otheii items
1 otueu item. .
Dover, Oct. 21.
The contract to Luiid the foundation
Government Post Office Bail ling
, , , .
was awarded, last evening, to Cannon and
Allowav, of this tow n, they being the lowest
bidders, furnishing ail materials.stone, etc.,
'the new
to complete tLe job, at what price, at
writing we can't hear; only two bidders
' , ,
Tlc cc!,ar ** a "S anJ work wiU
commence ?oon as the stone can be
nished. One of the contractors left her,,!
* u,ne "* ** t0 comraence tamediately on the
KO Dover Is at last in a fair way
„ f ., ( ".,
- ■ r. n ti Lui.i.ng fir 1
(very badly needed.) The superin
, r ,11
teiicm of sad Luth.ijg has removed
work.
h:
O:
quarters from the C.
;al Hotel to Mrs.
Dean's—cause
some misunderstanding,
is said, with the landlord,
I- is now said that Co!. Fountain, of the
t'apkal intends to open a first-class hotel
Keliolioth. next season. We hope it is
a< !t is v( -' r - v hadly needed and the Colonel
the man to eater to the public taste an
onitort.
1 have just ui; h-r.-tor.d that Joshua Me-!
igai, of Little Creek Landing, intends
tear up the wharf built by him at Mahon's
iv r for the : e oniiiv d : 'o l of th" public
ami the Government. Cause-Government
and people have used it aiei cow refuse
erve them right to tear It up.
Goverument. has jus' Built
Goni
w
par.
Th
that place and used
rf. Now they refuse to pay for a struc-1
ure ' ja '-'y heed' d for tbs poor seafaring
f K ] n ' c ",, ,! r broyemment convenience,
p - ivt ' r ■' t,a,1! - v tieufocU-ffor'wam of'a'iiulf
!a!li - <1,: - v a f, ' K ' liutwlrc-rl dollars ljeing
needed to build a wharf. In fact w*rh
conimrrce corning in mid to!nar from there,
« f to Be really a port of entry, Can't
« ur fttalon and l.epresentatives try there
h ^ ! ^n. HeitwCoU.
Mr. ! ranked of tbe firm of Koebcraeb
Frankel, 1ms admiulMered on the estate
• Schaick, pro. r t „ of the K. RHouse
° Mi »l.e well last week and killed
hi,n -' (! " Mr ' rrsukel has re-opened the
lio>l and will have It earritd on, it is said!
av v. i h 1 is ov'.rsigbt oecaesiou
a new
light-liousc at
:
.
i.l Tilton ease
a stir,and getting!
l e young and old eetri-1
are—But the old
finks looks ug!v.
8! mild the parries now prospectin'
fsriling the Milford and Bay shore, con
eijdc their arrangeinen s, it would la:
ki" Thing ior the par ies at L. C. Landing.
R is said Geo. A. Dieks.on Of<ens a Cigar
and Tobacco .Stole, on Liickernian street.
storehouse of Miss IB>s, in a lew days,
ho: "' 1 ' wiil , '* vc floeol iu- k this time.
J'Jsit G.Graham. Krq., of Camden, made
an at,, -k;r*tintut to-day of all hi# property,
auJ I'ersonal. u, Alexander Jackson
,,r ' -,1 '' sam< ' I jlat ' f '- Graliam was
•!")« time ago ti e leading merchant of the
recently a heavy grain Buyer and
1,1 owner to the day of Ids failure. It Is
*' i '- v l,u ' "l 1 '* ailJ <Jow 11 s " :i1 cotng.
lours, T.
N
Iv
Id the B< :
Cot:
is treats
rather racy ariion
s. The young
l'i
:ou t
re
we
V(p
A Fearful Mortn.
I ' ill'.- lute fearful storms in France
sheep were killed at licile Code bv
.... T.,.,- wm.
ffc.. oi 1 obO head, the property of a far
His lo-s aiu'i'jflls'to si8,(.00. Alj.mil
1260 were thrown down head-long. Two
I < \> were just arriving wjtli the sheje
herd's luL<J),aijd th^y set t > work, will*
Kreat ptcsumeH mind, .to disengage the
*}!' 1 "* larcidsc*. Many .there must have
s!^H '"!• a* • e1 "'
5.,' '', 1 Y 1C ifit'dents nolieed are enrmus.
1 Lt *■ w sabot* broken, while
L,le 1 gmlers was struck oil', and lin
fi® 1 neemound. The num is unhurt, hut
nj'ieh -l»"aen.' ilia dog win lying between
lijs Icga sehetsstl.c Loit fell; if curried the
body twwt.y yards, and twelve carcasses rtf
p «-«. re fo.!tid nil"', idovo it.
it, er.
CO USED SUSPAT SCHOOL COX
rxxTiix.
THIRD pat's procEKDrSG*.
. .
nt cn as cmb.eJ yesterday
terooon at 3 o'clock, F.ev. Mr. Hunter pre-!
onetted with

of
will P r *- rer
j
Tae C no
a'ding. The extreises were
after which a discussion followed
''"TS
the subject
ments ?" Several gentlemen present
addresses, offering ways and means for
overcoming their difficulties. The discus-;
of g j 0n occupied most of tbe afternoon and
3 wag ^ bafin „ 5 broa?M up, except ,h.
diD „ of , report of the School Commit-!
® 1 , , . ,
sa- tee. which represented the to.al number
Sunday schools to be 5(5, in which were em-;
poyed 8CJ teachers, who had charge
*5*7 nun ls • there were in tbe school*
l'sSS Lk..»l tbere M bem oo»ct«a
for^|
the sum of Jo,0-8. she following were »P
c#* - ^ »>*"«" c»^:
o. Marselea Court. Miss Ella Brown,!
Miss E. B. Kruse, Mr. W. H. Bryant, and
' c rvnv.niinn
Jn0 - F - ' Vri S tt - A ' • 0 lh - Convention
took a recess.
Tho Convention assembled at 7.S0 in
Bethel C hapel. Sixth an-1 W alnut streets,
Rev. J. J. Cooper opened ti e exercises with
prayer. A general discussion on holding
National Convention was indulged in by
n *arlr all present. It was moved that the
ConventionT held next rear in Washing
ton. some time during the month ofOcto
bcr. lS7»i. A committee of five gentlemen
to was elected to make ail the arrangements
f,, T holding said Convention. Mr. J. F.
Wright, of Washington, D. C., was chosen
Chairman, and the following were elected
to assist: David Yi'amtr, Joseph Amhusli,!
! Perry Rider, and Henry Piper.
A motion was made to hold a Sta'e and!
Comity Convention which was carried.
Thanks of the Convention were tendered!
*<> the A. U. M. P. Church for kindness to]
i its members. Thanks were also tendered to
a ;i the Chris iau bre: hern present for their!
a;tori;ionc
0n motion the Secretaries were directed
to have 1000 copies of the Minutes of the
1 proceedings printed, and also that they!
should mite an assessment of 81 upon each
'° ***** CXi " ° f
.n.msr. c*.e.
! Thanks were tendered to the ofileers for
EO c we11 l>"forniingthcdr duties.
j Several of the members addressed re-]
marks to the Convention, expressing that
niucli gool work had been done, and thev
, . li ? ^ ord ai(led thc "
in the fulsllitig of their labors,
At 11 o'clock the meeting adjourned.
-
3IIMATl*.E 1'USTLli
i
| Look after the sparrow
. . . .
'body reads Iiie IIekald.
Bracing weather.
Advertise liberally.
n.
A slow match—a ten years' engagement.
» fnm»«.i»>, .
I,, . C ' l ?7. n0, ' C T '- 18 ^, tct '\ n '' 16
tbe title of a new ditty. It is played oil
■ catarrh.
Wall mnor and i u
«■*■! 1 H•'ml '«.n .ow shades at A. B.
a t, tis .,iari.et s reet.
Taggart makes a specialty of ladies' fine
ordered work. 705 market street.
j Go to Robelen k Bro.'s if vou would be
Hiked In buying a piano or organ. He has
the best in the market. 730 Market street,
1
j
A blue sea bird
caught near Reading lately.
Strickland, at 105 East Fourth street, lias
j oysters fresh every day ; stewed, fried or
raw.
■ith a red comb was
i rr . ,
1 JLXfJX , ? Jp . er ', p .. 0 „ an<1 , select
r r o r C t e ass0riTnent a '* 6t }^ ce > at
' Jone * ' Market 8trcct '
I
Mrs. Oraut'6 receptions will not begin
; til] about Christmas time.
M e hope that our favorites, the Quick
steps and their friends, wili give the Flya
ways a warm reception,
, D. MeCusker is still at tbe old stand, 216
I West Second street, where he is ready
^ ^ *«
1 r ^ !l ® repu! , t ,n 0,1,0 the issue
01 , pKpcr collars '
boquet at the St. Louis fair was in
scribed " noses off:"
] We would call your attention to tbe as
«or*ment of flue paper hangings at Jones,
i CIS Market street/
r fif p v r ,. ^
' ' n , for dotbes in
I the ETTJZi ^ Xf W,nUr
1 from hc •" town at 2d
M «ket.
;
to
All kinds of sewing machine neellesat
: Singer ofilce, 015 Market street. A. J.
\ anDuzce, agent.
Finncfsev, at 221 Market street, has the
largest assortment of childrens shoes we
ever saw. Give him
: elsewhere.
Hie
a call before going
rineAt styles ot pajK-r btn^pn^, awl prac
tical "orkiucii at A. 1*. 018 Market
e':
Hi - Free Love community in Vermont
hen completely '
Out West they
us our daily quinine.
The only place in town f pet steamed oye
ters, and it is at Ainscoxv'S under Sd street
market.
busted . ff
now praying, "Give
are
A Massachusetts will was comprised (be
•idcs it# date) In eight words.
fiat In Iowa the hogs are dying in count
let.* numbers, of a distemper which experfs
cannot explain or cure.
Attend T. Y. DeNormandie'g Rale of
. . pur
sonal property at Kiverview, on the New
CaMle road, ut 1 o'clock Thursday.
2!.
Tte nt'sleat young man now goos, ground
krletly enforced. _ "
Norristown has a lock one hundred years
old, but a Shenadoah min has a " lock of
Uitlr '' one hundred and nine years old. Next
Fairs will be all tbe rage during tlie holi
days.' '
It is now that the tooth-carpenters smiles
as he secs the enterprising youth experi
menting on the shellbarks with his incie
stirs. .........
Go to Springer's No. 4 West 4th street for
fresh oysters In every style.
The doctors don't believe In advertising—
it s unprofessional you know—but let one of
em tie up a sore thumb ibr John Smith,cn 1
they'll climb seven pairs of stairs to have a
rHortcr " just mintiou It you know-,'
DEATHS.
HICKS. — Suddenly on the Wth inst o'
apoplexy. Mr*. France* A. Hick*, widow
i of the late R. D. Hieka, aged id years
ODIGI FY — On the 19th Inst, Agnes,
^ oau ,i ue r of Francis and Ann Quigley,
aged * years and 8 months,
T0WN8END.—In this city.cn ted IStblanfc,
i Laura, daughter of the late BenJ. Town
send, aged aO years. _
i
TjciwbT APPL1CST.O*
j X roTICF.-I .JOHN JOYCE, in eompll
Rn ce with the requirements of tha
! act of Assembly in *uch caaea «5J1» ?
tutoWthl OtniTofO^ni
eral Sessions of the Peace and Jail Dellvejy
of the Stateof Delaware, iu and for the
County of Xew Castle, utym Monday, the
^ day of Xovembe^DgWo, bein| the
j g^d Couit, fora license to keep an Inn or
Tavern a? Nos. 4 a d fi East Fifth street^ in
{SKS.S.'S'.S'S'IwSSSffnJS
fS^^S^SSalSSRS
on the premises, r.nd the following freehold
*^ n
Thomas B. Eaton. 5' 1 ' Ij 1 '? m P i'
\\™nam^Aisenztcr, ' 1'rancl.oilcMoulglc,
Frank Lan.ere John Kane,
John Mclifferiy, Daniel Regan,
John Flanegan, Bernard Donovan,
A.exandeyTllart,
^ Meraick, * John Ono, '
*p' jj James Downing,
JohnKehrenbach, Henry E. Albert,
Frank Kelly, Christian Myers.
iohk toycf
t0WS ,0YCE '
LECTl KE LI 1HE HON. A M. IvEILEY.
OX
AMISEMEXTS
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Si- IN THIS CENTURY. *»
«3
President of the
IRISH CAT 1 OLICCnrBCH 11KNKVOLKNT L'ir
I On U. S., a' n MAYOR OF RICHMOND,
In the Grand Oirera House,
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. '25TH, 1S75.
50 Cents.
Tickets,
Doors open at T o'clock, Lecture
beglnsnt8.
oct ll-10t
Register's Order.
Register's Office,
New Castle County, Oet. 13th 1X75.
Upon the application of Kumuel K. Wiit
backs Administrator of Henry Francis late
of Wilmington Hundred, is said County.de-
air-eased; it is ordered and directed by the
Regis er that tlie Administrator aforesaid
give notice of the ranting of Letters of Ail
giinis,ration upon the Estate of the deceas
td, with the date of granting thereof, ty
causing adverlis ments to be posted within
forty days from tbe date of such letteis, in
six of tlie most public places of tlie County
ol New Castle, requiring ail persons having
demands against .lie Estate, to present the
same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in
such ease made and provided. And also
cause the same to Le inserted within the
same period In tlie Morning Hx:tr,o, a
newspaper published in Wilmington and
to be continued therein three weeks (E.
D.)
Given under the hand and Seal of
Office of the Register aforesaid, at New
Castle In New Castle County aforesaid, the
day and year above written.
S. C. BIGGS, Register.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
Estate of tlie deceased, must present the
eame.duly attested,to the Administrator on
or before Oct. 13th, 1870. or aqidethe
Act of Assembly in such case made aDd
provided.
SAMUEL R. WILTBANK,
Administrator.
Address 201 Washington St., Wilmington
Oct. 14-3w eod
Del.
7OH BEST SWEtT CIDER, go to
. WM. KPEAKMAN,
oct21-3t 507 King .Street.
P IANO AND ORGAN TUNING, Church
Oragans, Cabinet Organs, Melodeons,
Pianos, and ail kinds or musical Instru
ments tuned and repaired; new Bellows and
Reeds made for Cabinet Organs and Mclo
deons; 2U years experience. J. H. Bleyer,
410 Orange street. oct6-8m
J^R. THOMAS PHILLU'S,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(Late Resident Physician Bay View Hos
pital, Baltimore.)
May be found at his office. No. 2 W. 7th
street, at all hou-rs when not professionally
engaged. oct0-f,m,w
Q.RAND OPENING.
OP
FALL AND WINTER GOGDH,
AT
DeWOLF'K,
THE MERCHANT TAIIJBR,
310 MARKET STREET.
Consisting of a full line of English Worst
American and Foreign Cassemcres, and
and a large assortment of fur beavers.
Having succeeded In securing the services
a first-class cutter, and superior to any
that I hav» had in my employ, I am now
prepared to furnish my customers with
AK4IENT8 MADE AND CUT IN THE
VERY LATEST STYLES,
an<l at pricesjnucli below fortner rates and
andprleen.'* Bnexam * i,a ttd n of my stock
guara"t(*Id PWen, * 11on RDd a
octld-w s , J, DeWOLF.
FOB RENT.
F R REXT.—House 113 W. Ninth street.
Inquire of I.. B. WATERMAN.
X. W. Cor. 5th and Market
octu ;-t
F OR REXT.—Four roomed bouse In Por
ter's Court. Apply to J. A. BOND,
: LVtf. Real Estate Ag't, 302 Market
Oct
FOR SALE.
F OR BALE.—Lot of nice cider barrels,
make room for oysters, apply at
Sept.iM-tf toi MARKET ST.
F OR BALE.—The stock and fixtures or
well appointed first-class Hotel, in this
city. Wilmineton Hotels will b« largely
bef efited by the Centennial. Apply '
act 16-w A s lnt REYNOLDS
to
* CO.
P 0BLIC SALE OF CANARY BIRDS.—L.
W. Stidham A son., will sefi at their
aurtlon rooms, No. Ill E. Fourth street
WEDNESDAY morning, Oct. tilth, at 10$$
o'clock: ISO first-class firm ary birds in song.
Persons wanting a good bird should attend
this sale. oct20-lt
R SALE.

A FARM OF 152 ACRES OF SUPERIOR
LAND,
In White Clay fireek Hundred, New Cas
tle County Delawrre, one mile from the
town of Newark, on the New London Road.
Buildings large, modern, ornamental, and
in perfect order, comprising a
MANSION HOUSE,
FARMER'S COTTAGE,
TENANT HOUSE, BARN,
SHEDDING, STABLINO,
WHEAT HOUSE, HOG HOUSES,
AND YARDS, POULTRY HOUSES, MEAT
HOUSE, DAIRY, AC.
Fencing now and substantiae. This farm is
highly improved mid will pay ten per cent,
on the price asked lor it, and is worthy
examination by any one wishing a delight
ful home surrounded by beautiful scenery,
and fertile fields, convenient to schools,
churches, railroads and all other comforts
of modern civilization.
REYNOLDS & CO.,
832 Market Street,
Wilmington, Del.
oct lB-2wd
WANTS.
WANTED.
TWO FIRST-CLASS CARPENTERS.
Apply at this OFFICE.
oct 10
"Ilf ANTED—Those unemployed, to know
ft there are a large number of young
men in Wilmington, to whom employ,
ment would be welcome. Understanding
this, means have been devised to give sev
eral employment. They must be steady
and willing to work. Apply at the IIek
ALDsfiice to-dav between one and two
o'clock.
ROTICLS.
"VTOTICE—A quarterly meeting of the Trus
tees of the Poor will be held at tlm Alms
House, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th dav of
October, 1875. Those whonavo bills against
tlie institution of the Poor will plea-e pre
sent them io tbe Trustee of the Poor of
their district. JONH W. EVANS, Clerk.
1 y on e • of W. Reynolds Treats. oet22-lm.
N otice to t\x payers of Chris
tiana HUNDRED.—I will beat Mil
ler's Hotel, corner Second and Tatnall sts.,
Wiimin"ton. m Saturday, Oct 23d. 1.V75,
from 12 M. till 5 P. JL, to receive taxes over
due for ls/i.
AH taxes not paid at that time will be exe
cuted without delay.
oet221t
r. c. juetis.
Collector for ]S7i.
D R. WALES, has returned to his rest
donee Cor. Eighth and King Streets,
oct 15-tf.
■p^OTICE TO DELINQUENTS.
Auditor's Office,)
8% East Sixth Street, >
Wilmington Delaware. )
Notice Is hereby given, by direction of the
Finance Committee, that nil bills due tlie
City on January 1st. 1875, must be paid on
or before the first day of November next, or
they will be placed in the hands of the So
licitor lor collection, by virtue of section 7£
of Ihe City Charter, which is as follows:
"If the amount of said bill be not paid
within 60 days after such presentation
thereof, It shall be the duty of the Mayor of
Eaid city to issue a warrant directed to tlie
said City Auditor commanding him to levy
tlie same with all costs thereon, upon the
goods and chattels of such owner, and if no
such goods and chattels can be found within
said city sufficient to satisfy said debt and
costs, then to levy the same on the grounds
or buildings of such owner fronting upon
bucIi s,'reel as aforesaid, which said grounds
or buildings, or any part thereof, shall be
sold by said City Auditor at public auction
upon ten (10) days' notice in two newspa
pers published in said city."
The bills of delinquents having long since
become overdue, proceedings will be com
menced without delay, unless payment be
made as herein provided.
WILLIAM II. GRIFFIN,
City Auditor,
scp20-tf
fJMVX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE ! '
The undersigned, receivers of Citv And
School Taxes for the city of Wilmington,
for 187), give notice'to persons who have
not paid their City and School Tax for 1875
anditave had their bills presented, that
they are required by law, to call and sett le
the same in 5 days front delivery of the bill.
Ihe receivers request Jail such persons to
call at their office No. 10 East Sixth street
amt settlo without delay: they having givl
en bonds to the city, the money is use
them and they are responsible ibr It and
they hope those that can pay will be prompt
while, perhaps, some that cannot pnv at
once, will call andmakesomcarran'- J
to pay When they can, and we inos't'respeet
fifily ask you to give this your attention so
nlrn. U Theclty niiSls 00 ^' ° r lmj ' lous ' u,t -
uments
us to collect Itorpay 1 'XZ?X{&
pose to do is to collect and pay it V
wards that they cannot find tlie'owners
All such persons owning said lots will
for tox^and costs.' 0 ° r WU ' mU thcl "
Market SoXioeS
every evening, and out^rket mornings
edmund pitovasr,
< lncludii '««»
10
of!
(EDWARD FARMAR,
Receiver Southern District (Including all
south of Blxth street.) . oct l^tf
trio',
buyable nt that (lste, aiul wh»cas not more
than one-twentieth of the Olf-pSyen ha vl
B11 on "•'i notice, the col
tors for thHr own protection win be ohIICod
Payment aoooraing to law which
Sit li h ton e &a*^F *' collect with
duplicates™ **•:•**#** ^
A°GIVEN, RPI:NTril *'^
lec
aug23-tf
Collectors.
877 .A
wee?
To Mule anil Female .Wnu i '
Ity. Coats l»*TMij, 0(ol ' n ^lUoai
I'HEE. »*.O.VU I£|;Hvi,„ Par H
Maine.
Sc PKV
PEN and;plo W
Subscription Jl.Ojn year, publUi leil
By J. PAYNE POWE.
Publishing c
Noe. iOi and 10# East loth Bt
P. 0. Box, 0,212, New York City.
Sep 18-tf
to
'""tin,
a
The PEN and PLOW
THE LEONARD SCOTT
PL'RLIsjHlXftflvl
Tke periodicals reprinted bv , i
abd Scott Pphlishino Co <]i b?',H
N. 1.) are as follows: "Xub !
terly," "Edinburgh'' "W«t^"N
"Briiish Quarterly hevlew* "1? J'V'tll
wood's Magazine." PriceVl'arH , I! H
one, or only #ir, f-^rall, arid tlii u'W
prepaid by the Publi.-hws
Sept 18-tf
^ALTER CUMMINS,
ATTORNEY-AT - Uty
ANT> SOLICITOR IN
CBANCErJ, I
tVIlmington, Del, I
offlce ICE_512K " ,gS t' Ufxt Boor to PJ
CoLNlI, PEN VsYLVisit
V
This!.
-fitution, chartered with Univ«
ity Priyii.. c («. is under the charge ofik
Augustinian i ./.l ers, and offer* rimm
advantages to students, who desire to risfc
a thorough Classical, Scientific or Comm
cial course. It is situated <n the Pecnut
vania Central Kail Road, eleven unit
from Philadelphia. Rail Road SuticnaJ
Post Office en the College groan'k
" ERMS:
Per session of five months (in adr.inte
For full j articular sen'l for a Catalogue,
Very Rev. T. GALEKP.Y,
mr.l-lyr. President,
$150.
Help for (he Hopeless. Youarewal
dejected, miserable, aim nothingdnrsw
any good, you say. Don't despair. Tliefei
balm in Gilead. Have you tried Vintp
Bitters? No! Then why don't ymif hoii
insist that sucii a thing ns a rital cliiiri
impeissible belore you lmvetednl the pro
pertias of lhis marvelous Vegetable fe!»]
atlve. Whether your complaint be dvrm
sla, billlousnesa. nervous wenkiwfl.u*
titutlonal debility,or any other trouhie.Vl
negar Bil ters will revive and renovate yd
shattered system, as a genial rain rcM)
the withered 11 nvers.
i
Heaven's First Law Is Order. Kid
larity in eating, sleeping uuJ exerds,.yj
abstinence, lrom such cf ngt-rou* liriiiil
as alcobol and tobacco, tend tosunril
long and healthful life. But even a s:rictt|
servanee of tli<se wholesome ruleswlilni
always avert sickness. Tlie best soiegml
against enidemic and otiicr diseases is H
Walker's California VixfOiRBinM
which, by promoting a rejiulurand vigoroT
action of the digestive, s.-crelive and oxen
tive organs,keep the holy in Hie best pq
sibie condition for resisting and repeilij
the cause of disease. ]
Whence this Great tominitiira
eountiy through, among the Alcohohcl
ter—mongers? They stnmlaginistaisi
novation on their pi iviiegeoimakinw
kards of the sick. A Co npetitor lias«
into tl:e field wiili which they c A n l 1 ,°'J
tend. De. J. Walker's Vinegar Dim
the unde>flled essence ol the most effirn
alteratives In C
vegetable tonics anil
world,is driving all the sl:ll-born«m
of King Alcolul to the wall.
disease, internal or external,In W 5
not beneficially administered.
Every Seven Years, phj'siol^
tlie human bodyiscuiirclyciiinjb
newed. Every moment of onr W*
lartof our bodies Is wearing o«.*M
ng built up anew of fresh mattw., "
is accomplished by 111 *?.H 10< i < ir>™lbeco:
through every part. But if tlieblood
weak or vitiated, and docs not P
work properly,me system J* a J Si
oned by tlie worn-; ut niaiter«
vital organs instead ol lca\ "8 1 ? A
dyspepsia,billlonsiu'ss,It Idnej,*'^^
cf troubles, fevers, end al '. l s .,;f' ( o
lrom vitiated blood, Dm " '^'jlowt
fornia Vinegar Bittehs
remedy.
Doctors Disagree »* ' ,*/eS
•»->t of all diseases, in '" W® Jjppi
.to the deadliest epW *")VhoM
that the California Vo.^ VveisKl
conquering maladies w l l l f ,fj. na l dM
faculty, tcndeis tliese profit*>
enees ol little consequcnye. 1 onl pnls
sia.Gout Rheumatism, Lrluw^Siij
Billiousness, Nervous DisaWiR^ j
illaorders not organic, ore ,pjsl»J
this matchless vegetal) e to " 1
tive, who cares for opmto u:, '
It Is Useless to ottcaip* l "
stream while the/ oU J. 1 ]*!* i/yer and
pepsin, eomplftlnls ot th ®,Lf U |a lu'^Jf!
.iptlons of the skin, w "
dall diseases ai 'b 11 S fr ^' 1 w a f| [ «;i
are at once removed Gy B' r -" , Jin d m
fornia Vinegar Bitters, the rrp0 rg4
likle purifier of the blood, un ^
the system. It has net () nn til f !9
full, provided the P® ti *. n 1 L l 0 f Ills sl*J
using It until the siuiity J
was too far gone.
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S
meri* 0 *'
1 'KKNCII
75cts. perr^ 1 .* 1
WA lNlVRl° I,r ':
gia ji» rlItl
0
octlft-3m
T OBEI'H l'OLX (l if
lias ngftlti oi T rtC<l ?c C° r >-;r ^
and Water streets. «t omjh,
In connection w '. t ., p f e 9 pcrseni l» 3
Water streets, "here P.^ (te
Coal can bc suPl' 11 - )ve g m0j*S e i(
ENTERPRISE- which jn
tlon than at el ,llfr -
Persons leaving 0™"
receive prompt aUei--l lu " jnp frpH
sep28-3m „
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BRANDYWINE ,
, Tticsdny and F ''
B
•S wanted
Received i very
Street Jlni ' B
octfi.-lm
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