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VOB CONORS*,
EDWARD L. MARTIN,
Count* Ticket.
FOB IBKBIFF,
JOHN PYLE.
FOB OOKONOt,
JACOB BUTL.
jFOB STATE SENATORS
J. Wilkins Cooch, of Pencader, Hd
Charles H. McWhorter, of Bed Lion.
FOB REPRESENTATIVES.
James W. Ware, of Wilmington.
Dr. Swithin Chandler, of Mill Creek.
William Dean, of White Clay Creek.
John Doran, of Christiana.
Giles Lambson,o/New Castle.
Edwin R. Cochran, of'St. Georges.
William E. Biggs, Sr., of Blackbird.
FOR LEVY COURTS COMMISSIONERS.
William B- Bright, of Bed Lion.
William Polk, of St. George's.
William A. Morrison, cf Mill Creek.
William L. Wier, of White Clay Creek.
James T. Taylor, of Appoquinimink.
Henry H. Wells, of Blackbird.
Notice to ecBscRiBERS.—Those of our
suDscribers who are indebted to tbe Morn
»ng Herald, will oblige by an early re
mittance.
Tbe Horning Herald
is publlsned every morning, (Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered In the city ot Wil
mington and surrounding places for six
cents per week, payable to carriers. Mail
subscriptions, postage fee, three dollars
per annum.
Sxo. O'Btrme a Co., Publl- hers.
No i 00 Shipley street,
W limit, gtoy Del.
WILMINUTOS, D«l.. KOV 3,1*78
TUH INDIAN QUMOTION.
Gan. P. E. Sheridan, in his annual re
port to the War Department, in speaking
of and following the Indian question, is
of th* opinion that kind treatment admin
istered with steadiness and justice would
put a stop to all Indian outrages in tbe
West; and in a very short time, with such
treatment, the Indians could be made self
supporting.
There is no doubt much truth in the
worthy General's remarks. Tbe Indians
are not oirilized, being endowed with tbe
nature of white* end in manv cases arc
not to b ame fer the bloody crimes the
have committed. Thieving l aders ar
I ha cause of the truuble*. If our Gov
eminent would pay more attention to tbi
question much trouble and money wouh
be saved._
MIHHOP BEtKt K'k DiaCOVtSM
On to-morrow afternoon the Right Re
etend Bishop Becker,will deliver adtscou r.t
In St. Peter's Church In answer to tbe at
tack made upon the Catholic Church b;
the Right Rev Bishop Lee. Admission U
tbe Cbureb will he tree to all, and It ia tb>
Wlsb of Bishop Becker, that members o
St. Peter's will take pains to give u,
their aeats if necessary, to Protestant viti
tora, and aee to It, that they are courte
ously accommodated, in the church.
Tbe poorest kind of a savings bank, s
the Camden robbery proves, is a man's
awn house. A few months ago a ship
keeper in New York, who made a money
•ife of a leather travelling bag hanging in
an attic closet, was verv much surprised to
find it gone. It costs a little more, if a
man is afraid of investments, to rent a
drawer or put a box in the vaults of
good safety deposit company ; but, with
all the uncertainties attending watchmen
and combination locks, these are safer, on
the whole, than the old teapot, the edge o'
the carpet, or the stocking in the bureau
drawer; safer even than the stoutest
money box._
The Scotch authorities have not on'y
put the Glasgow City Bank Directors iD
prison, refusing heavy bail offered for one
of them, but have charged them with fraud
and theft in plain English. It is a good
sign when suclt "irregularities" as (he Di
rectors have committed do not affect the
language of the country, and when a man
who steals millions is called a thief without
any qualification of the term. There is
then a prospect that he may be punished
as a thief. _
Oq Tuesday ne*t in the sixteen South
ern States, including our own State, Del
aware, Maryland and Missouri, one hun
dred and six members of the House of
Bepresentatives are to be elected. There
will be an almost solid Democratic dele
gatioo. __
An lm msi .f r uce greeted Senato r
Bayard laai 11 l at tbe Academy of Mus
1 d Philadelphia'. He was received with
great applause, and delivered a very able
address,
a
...
lug hataVrs ti^fim. step toward mmv,
In every disease it is an omen of ill.
Hence, to cultivate sound sleep, do not
■ eep a moment in the daytime- Go to
bad at a regular Four, and never lake a
second nap' aftei waking yourself in the
morBing. Never go to bed cold or very
hungry, nor with wet feet. Bead nothing
after supper of a very exciting character.
Let no angry words be spoken or thought
harbored for a single instance after tea
time, for death may come before the morn
ing light.''
Bowra*rnr*ovtrDtr~
The following mi* lie of mime benefit
to our readers who ate not able io sleep
soundly: " Inability io deep, as a grow.
Mb. W. H. Vxndebbilt paid George
N- Stone of Cincinnati, §21,000 caah for
hie four*ye»r old filly Maud D., who trotted
a mile in 2.17, at Lexington, last week.
One-half the interest in the stallion Hsm
bletonisn Mambrino, owDed by Jos.Mont
gomery, of Harrisburg, Pa., was recently
sold to Chss. X. Boesell, of Philadelphia,
for $6,000._
What will Chisago do 7 St. Louis has
had a million and a half failure, and i« at
last ahead of Chicago. If the latter city
wishes to maintain her reputation she must
beat this. _
THE DIFFERENT DENOMINATIONS.
The Baptists, who now number over
2,000,000 members, cannot ob ain the 15.«
000 subscribers necessary to a revival o. the
Baptist Quarterly Review.
Many of the small churches around Bol
ton of tbe Baptist persuasion, ft Is said, will
soon lose their pastors, nnlets there is mors
loterest taken by tbe larger churches to
sustain.
An educated eolored minister la Virginia
and more than a hundred freedmen want to
settle at Cape Palmas, In tbe southern part,
ot Liberia, In West Africa. Missionary col
onies may be regarded ;-s tbe cheapest and
most effectual way of planting Christianity
lu Africa.
Tblrty-ilx years ago the Island of Samoa
had a populatien of 34 000, all of whom
were barbarians. The population now num
bers 10,000, the majority of whom are
Cbrlattana. In the theological seminary
are sixty students, an-' '-eetty m'*aionarles
are sent out every yet • the v Ighboring
islands.
A list of those who have left the Church
of England for the Church of Rome, just
published, contains tbe names of Miss Stan
ley, sister of tbe Dean; Miss Gladstone, els
ter of the ex-Premter; Dr. Arnold's eldest
son, Prof. Palry, Prof. Barlff, Adelaide
Proctor, and Elizabeth Thompson, the mil
itary painter.
The Scotch Proteatanta are opposing the
re establishment of tbe Papal hierarchy.
Last mouth t bey started tbe publication ot
the Scottish Patriot In Edinburgh, and its
promoters intend that Its columns shall bt
levoted to turiderlng "the interest* of
Protestant truth and civil ai d reltglouslree
■tom " To aiouse tbe nation from its st.tr
ot siumber w 111 b- one great aim of the
.cot lab Patriot. I e.ya:—" Entirely,ire.
rom psity, cittier of church or S'at-, it
slit seek -O Unite Prote-laute ot all Ucnotn
uations agatpai the Coinmou toe."
J. O'Reilley, late Chief Clerk at tbe Pat
Office of tbe Charleston N»vy Ysrd, at
Sostoo, Is short in his accounts wltn the
OovcrLtDetit to the" amount of *rve al I uu
tred dollars. 'There are also other senoue
charges agalust tiitc He hae fi d from the
>tj. t |
• O THOSE WiSliliU CLOTHE-.
Quinn and Adam belhlearned the same
trade; but Q jinn ouhi beat Adam at tui!
oriDg, and give him odds evvrv time. If
anyone doubts this, call upon him. We
Wm. H, QUINN,
The Merchant Tailor;
No. 1,-2 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
■'e.ec.td stock of ail kinds of
FA LL AN D '.VJ NT E K GOODS,
Which by tbe artistic employes of Quinn
the Tailor, will Ire fashioned into garments
iure to improve the appearance, and pro
mote the comfort of the wearer.
Prices to suit the enforced cconomv of
the times, is the the rule with
Wm. H. QUINN,
Merchant Tailor
No. 122 Market Street.
•naan
The Best Quality of MEDICINES
AT WILT,IAW8'
Thb Most Reliable Proprietary
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES .,&<
AT WILLIAMS'
A fine assortment of HAIR, TOOTH and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Market.
A choice Imported Key West Pride of Key
West or Grauley Cigar,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
and Pure,
at Ninth end Market.
AT WILLIAMS.
Fine Americas and Imported Soaps
At Ninth and Market.
"Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy in dispensing, end
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STOKE,
may3 tf Corner Ninth and Ifarkct
NOTICE*.
atitralizam n-u. h. conn wii
set on Mod >ay November! and Novem
her 5, at 11 o'clock, a in.
First papers must be Laken cut on or be
fore November 2, or the vote at the nexi
Presidential election will be lost. Clerk's
offloe open every evening until November
3, from 7 to 8 o'clock.
S3. R, SMITH, Clerk
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-t^HlNOTOS^gm^.
from onr ipeelai t'orrenDonftent.1
Washing! .jt, D. U|-Nov. 1; 1878,_*
In New York some tllie since, a combf
imm^Srtottned to defeat certain re*u
t
lar Democratic nominees, Those Demo,
crats who went isto/tie combination per
haps did so far what (hey thought good
and sufficient reasons. That they would
be dragged into oppoeition to regular and
honorable Democratic candidate* for Con
gress and indirect aid to Senator Conkling
in hit bloody shirt campaign for re*elee
tion, Ih'-y probably bad no idea. Day by
day, however, the truth is being made
plain, and before election it is lo be hoped
many of them will see the trap into which
they are being drawn. Tnere is no pro|ier
place for Democrats but in the Democratic
party, la Pennsylvania less plausible
schemes threatened for awhile to iojure
Democratic prospect*. The latest reports
from both States are encouraging. The
wonderfully clear statement of the partie,
which are necessary in an election and re
presentative government, made a few days
dime by 8euator Thurman, receives freeh
confirmation in the Congressional nomina*
lions being made daily. In New Y ork for
instance, the combined opposition to the
Democrats has pul in nomination some of
the principal bankers of the country. As
Senator Thurman's statement was at once
clear aod able, and fi.s particularly the
present conditien of affair*. I give it in
full.
"The Third Party oontains many good
''men, and not a few misguided men. The
idea that it can absorb the Democratic
•* party, or the Republican party, or draw
"enough from them both to become the
"dominaet party, is fallacious. In a
" ecu-ury of free institutions ihere never
" has been, and never will be, but to great
" permanent parties, the '.ope a parly of
privilegea created by law, and the other
a party of equal rights. In onr country
the party of equal rights is the Democra
tic party. The party of privileges ere
" ateti by law, has ever been, and yet is.
" the party opposed to Democracy. I ex
clude from the comparison the slavery o f
' the blacks that formerly existed, not
"only in the South but in the Norib. That
•' was forced upon us by our English an
cestor*. Excluding that, what statute
" was ever passed by a Democratic Con
" grew or a Democratic Legislature to cobs
" fer special privileges upon Democrats ?
" Not one. But on the other hand, every
" public debl law, every banking law,eve y
" tariff law, every subsidy law, has con
ferred immense privilegea upon our op
por.ents. Sir, the Democratic party is
' the natural party of free institutions. It
" is indestructible so long as such instilu
"tions exist"
Th're has beea a sudden collapse cf the
lake imposing bloody shirt revival. Every
body should remember, to the diacredit of
Senator Conkling that but for him we
should have hail little ref-rence in the
re«ent campaign to the silly ficti ua of
"outrages'' in the Smith. These stories
ore relics of a time when one section was
willing to be governed by hatred of an
other.
I'h- Commission to inquire into the gd
vis'i).ih> of transferring the Indiau Bu
reau to the War De|tartfnent t>a« finished
its investigation, and wnl now commence
be preparation of it. report. There i- a
'll ill or that it will sdv;oy«ga n«tlhe trans
ter. Honest and experienc' ii men differ
»r. this subject, but no imeiiigent man
doubt, the urgent necessity of removing
ne Interior Department sortie cf its Bu
reau. Seer-tar Scbu• z ia wholly unable
to' give attention to all Ms duties, and th.
con-equer ce is tnat his Bureau officers
practically manage the Department, leav
■ if oiu t pn_ly tint fwtv-r of titing a figure
profit at aching io bat honor
The Secretary wi bin a week used sub.
stantiullv this tangUHge in reference to one
of niCMt itup. rtsiit questions which ha.
come be:ore h ut. 'I believe yon have
" law equi y and custom and common senst
"on your side, gentlemen, bm niv aubordi
" uate ought to understand there things
" better than 1 do, for he ia specially
"charged with their performance, and I
'• must sustain him.'' tSucli dedon ma* he
in part the ryaull of,natural inapiitude for
practical affairs on the part of tne Secre
tary, hut doubtless in comes in part 4tso
from the impossibility of one man doing
intelligently all the work imfrosetf upon
tbe head of the Department.
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lend and ll
The Sheriff has refused the application*
for ball In the cases of the directors of th
City of Glasgow Bank. An appeal from
tbe Sheriff's decision will be carried before
the Lord Advocate, and, If refused there,
will be carried to tbe High Court of Ju
diciary at Edinburgh.
REGISTER'S NOTICE-. 1
EGISTKR'B ORDER.
E
F.EGfHTEK'S OFFICE,
New i.astle County, Sept. iv, 1878.
Upon the application of Rev. Patrick
Riley, Administrator ot Mary A. MoCui
louah, lat* of Wilmington Hundred, in
said Connty, deceased, It. Is ordered and di
rected by lac Register that the Admlnis
trator aforesaid, give notice of granting
t.r tiers o adm nlsirsiionur on the Estate
• fthed oe sed, v.l h the date ol ^ranting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be
posted within forty days from the da e ol
such Letters, in ix of the most public
places of the C tuny of Newcastle, requlr
ng all net-Hons having demands sga sat
the estate, to present the same or abi )e by
an A ct of .iss- mb y i>: such case made ao
provided And aL- cause tbe same to be
nsert-d within the same period in ti
Mousing Herald, a newspaper published
in Wilouogt n, and t -be continued there
in three, weeks.,A6 o dj_
Given under the hand and Sea
nfoffi e of the ' eglsteraforesald
at Newl.'astle# In New Castle
) County, hforesaid, t - r> day and
year above written.
S C. UiGGH Register
N .ticb—A ll per ons having claims
against tho Estate <1 the oecessed mui
i res / t the same duly attested to the Ad
mi i j-trator on or be.'ore September 17,1879
or abide the Act of Aaaembly In such
case made and provided.
o'
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PATRICK RILEY,
Administrator,
sepao
Address, Wllaslngtou, Del.
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^^spr-U'ATette
The Eastern 8ho' Is red hot with Con*
gres«ioc$l politics.
The Kent eoaffijr Teachers' Institute will
pMPswyTun reMTii Duhs. -» - -*».*—»
Thomas H. Chamber* tw . bought the
Federalaburg Courier of Dr. Noble.
Wm. D Hoffecker, of Kenton, has s peer
tree with two crops, end Is white with
blossoms for s third time.
J. frank Pratt, of Smyrna, has succeeded
In getting a position on the United States
naval training ship Saratoga.
The locks of Colhmodore Fsblger ate
whitened with the j&oet&of 42 year*. Afte'
18 months further servfce In tire gavy be
will retire to bid beautiful country seat
called " Londonderry H*l), w near Eastoh.
OUR NEIGHBORS.
At Roach's ship yard, Chester, two new
vessels will be begun shortly for the Mallory
and Ward lines.
The West Chester Local News and th#
Republican are trying
the lead of'the other.
Jesse t'Jd Jired Darlington, extensive
dairymen of Delaware County, residing on
adjoining farms, have bad their residences
connected by telephone.
to see which can get
The Messrs. Rotbsobild will, next week,
offer for public subscription £8,500,000 of
5 per cent. Egyptian bonds at from 70 to 75.
The British and French Governments
guarantee the appointment of a Commis
sioner to see that the revenues derived from
the Khedive's surrendered estates are do
nated to ths payment of (be Interest .on and
to provide a sinking fund ffir this loan until
Its extinction.
Caleb Cushing's letter declining the
nomination by the Worcester Democratic
Convention (or the AtSjrney-Geueralsnlp
was published yesterday morning. The
letter It dated September 23, and slatea as
bis reason for bis decision bis advanced a e
and bia not possessing the qualification of
five years' reside ace which the Constitution
requires. Otherwise hiepeftot.*) frleidabtp
for General Butler would have (uuaced him
to accept tbs nomina: ion.
■ bailboauk
P HILADELPHIA. WU,Mimm>N AN1>
BALTIMORE RAILROAD,
sept, i8rd 1878,
Trains will leave WllnUngton us lollows
Mr
■'kti&ielpul
T.f'5, 810. „
4.0.1,7 30, 9 <fi p.m.
Philadelphia and
12 87, 12 10, 546 p m.
Heltlmore and Lntermeiltate stations 8 S' 1
a and intcrtuediau station!..
9 0J, 9 47, 10 00, a. m.
2,80
New York, 2 08,6 44 am,
a m,
■Jaltimore and Washington. 12 51.1 It. s th
am, 12 54, 12 59,5.09, pm
Trains for Delaware Division leave
Vgw Castle 620, 915, ara. 1 05, 6 80 p. rn.
Harrington and Intermediate stailouc 15
a -ail 05,6 30 p m
Intermediate
a m. 105, p, m.
Delmar and
stations. 9 15,
SUNDAY TRAILS.,
Intermediate stations
'iiUi.aeip.iia and
Tlfi a in, 5 00 6*80
r'hiladelphlaand New York 2 09, 5 44 am.
Saitlmore an r Washlugtor . 12; i, 1 i« a m
For nuthn inforraatlo:: passengers are
relerrod to th* time tables- «ied st the Jo
ool.
'tinfl-iY
03.
LL< ENsE PPLrC TION
N 'ijTICK;— i Philip G. Piuuki-U «o ne tbj
g ve notlos r nit f h*ll a.pp ? to the
iu1g soft * I'onrr of trenern Ses.louB o'
he P.ace and J, 11 Deliv ry ol the -tu> < f
Lieuware In and for I he oaua ie of New
as le on Mo day, lie 1sth uayof : -<v em
er, uelng tne 1st dnr f the r-t>v* -mer
term A D 187k, fb a i' cense 'th tell a 1
my sto e, No til Wesi Fron strut, 1 • t. s.
First Ward in the di-y of Umiugton,
only and -.ta e afors«id. an I wiih
the pr.vllege to sell Inliixicali g Hq tors in
i.-uaki ftes not essthnu one hau gat oi not
to ie drui -tontf ' fre" i-os ana the fol
!owlng respectablecitizensliecommend lhe
the saia application to wi>,
Daniel Md usbei
isaat Stev^nso:.
J'lnC. I> fry,
Frtd'k "laib.
Henry bradley,
'hi- Inn WroeJel.
Juii'i- Gueuther,
Laniei Maler,
tiwolt J. Hetslon.
P. W. lieehan,
William ayrie,
Anton Henae.
Chris! Ian S-hu- r.
L iitb Miller,
Jarics Monaghan,
■T-t" L m ien,
John i, Ke lv,
Jqiin T. Dickey,
Mar In K<s gh
Janui Kar-iga .
Tbos. MC'f'i' ui «k
Jan.e McK. in.a.
Jutues i ■ -ssidy,
Jatll - C-.Oul,
Tbomns tlnrley.
T ' I
Maltr,
PHiUP G. P tt - K ftj r.
ijTICr.- I, t. '-It i fci'i
i>y n-reli>
give noticet'-atl shwil apply to the
Ju Jges oi .he iv.uri uii-eiitra e.-siors oi
the Peace and Jail de ivery fjhe Slate o
Delaware, in a: <1 it r the county of New
Castle, on Mniuday, the ii-lh day of Novem
ber nest beina th firs* di . ot the Novcm.
berTerm, a I). I»7 ,for a li-cnseto sell In
toxicating liquors in quantities not Jes.
than one half gall n i.ot to be drunv rn
the pmtrb-e*,- at mv stove 'No 10(1 We t
Front street,on the 8 \V. qoruer ot Front
andPhlp!r-y rrerts in the First Ward of
the city of Wilmington, and the following
respectable citizens recommend the said
application to wit;
Panic* Lally John T. Kelly
Danle: Me'.arky John Madden
Wm.T. Glenn G. H. Kissel
James Mo aghaa Patalck Hughes
\nton Henze Henry Gransm
Lawrence Kiervan R W. Ivans
John S. Brady
John i\ Dickey
John Caldwell
James McKenna
George M Kaaou
James W. King
Joseph Low ter
r- t
L. W. Palmer
Philip G, Plunkett
Ml rtiael Clancy
Joseph Hobpea
Joseph B. FI nun
Jobu Klenle
Wm Kyne
H ENR Y BRADLEY'.
N OTICE—f,Rylvester W. Ciemeut.of New
Castle county,and Mats of Delaware, do
heiebj give notice that! Iniend to make
ipplk-alioa to the court of General Hes
-lons of the Peace and Ja',1 Delivery cf the
■itateof De aware, In and for New Oa-t'e
amnty.rm tneflrst Jay offts 'erm, wh cli
will commence a. d be h- Id At New Castf ,
in New Castle county aforesaid, on Mon
• ay, the 18th day »i No embers A. D. 1878.
lor a license to keep an Inn or TaVern, anu
o sell Intoxicating liquors In less qilAntt
ties than one quart to be drunk on the
premises, at a d in ,hc liou-e now ocou
cud by me.andknownastheiiummltHonse.
TVe location of satd house vtlierelu I pr -
po e to keep an Inn oi tavern, Is In Renool
listrl t 'o. 74 in New Castle county afore
-aid in the eaiu Runiimt Bridge, 6t.
#eorg sHuinired, The a 1 esof■ uerespect
e eliiz ns rccoBimendlng lhe said ap
ilication arc:
iiarles Mo' araee
lames Nicholson
James F. Ford
William Lore
J. F. Brown
A Kura
aV P. "..-i! nagy
Jobu Vail
K. F. Bouiden
Simon Starr
William P. Nicholson John Gill
Henry Salmon
SYLVESTER W. CLEMENT,
tee and~Ooarco
Main omce ' N °. 2 East Second Street.
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Coal put in' Cellars free ofeharge.
J. B. CONROW A SON. Proprietor*.
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The Best Coal ever Sold in the
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Put in Oellais Free of ola.a,x*g©
ALSO
OAk AND PINE kINDLING WOOD
ENOCH ADOBE, Jr
Kon-'h vv.ri
JUST RECEIVED
THB
Singer Manuf'g Co.
HAVE JUST SENf TO THEIR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
WILMINGTON DELAWARE,
The largest involoa of the Light Hanning, Latest improved FAMILY M ACHI.VE3
ever brought to tal. ,r.ar,e , .otwnharaadlng t lejtlmes arebarJ, oror 70families era
made happy within the la.t month by buying the
World Renowned Singer.
I.* you want a MACHINE, don't tail tnsecure a SINGER.
Hundreds ef people who have other kin 4s that do not suit for various reasons, have
exehang d them for tse-TNUER.
The rtlNGEh M ACHII4E Is now sa.l'ng for just, one naif the original irloe for cash
or on easy terms for monthly payments. Don't fall to see the SINGER at
No. 424 MARKET Street,
A. J. VAN DTJZEE, Agent
NEW FALL STOCK 1878!
NDWHA3
LARGE A AN T D
COMPLETE.
ATT4E
MODEL - - TAILOR STORE
As ary other Tailoring Es'ali|ijbmout in Wi.iuinctou. We adhere strictly to 0r«
tier Work, a ,d Iblfot c.trrv o i t BetSy Made Taiioriut. Bn- j:'« i).»r Price? are as
be Luijd ..L/.*i«*
j ask the con*
Low, Material, I i. and Wt kiiDi.jiri]) cou-idered-s^ *,
Heaatily fhadkiifg the Public and O'df fii n-.L f iV their
1 '.it.'Ouhge.
tinuance of the same. I guara-ree aiyoiti shall he ashamed or dissatisfied with the
Yours Truly,
f.nils we i.uro out.'
FKRD- CARSON,
No. 223 Mark* Str't
NOW ON H A N D
1
A FULL LINE OF THE LATEST IMTKOVKD
stoves, Eeaters and Ranges
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE LARGE
STOCK OF
SECOND - HAND OFFICE AND PABLOS
STO JES.
In good condition which is being sold CHEAP
House Furnishing Goods.
AT THE STOVE AND HEATER EMPORIUM 0
H. F. PICKELS,
7 & 9 JS. FOURTH STREET.
tA. Old Rtovea taken in|ezelianKe,
,
-
Kronen, i wna»hi f. onffl'n
herebyglv# nojicfthatij ffhaUupniv to
Judg's of the Oourt of Genera. Sns-ions ot
the Peace and Ja.l delivery ,.t t: e Slate ot
Delaware# I u and for tt" count- of Nw
Castle, on Monday, tile IStb d:n of Novem
bernext A. D. 1878,ben g lhe 1st day of lhe
next November Term o' lhe sa'4 Court for
a i:eense to sell Intoxic.tl g liquors In
qua,DtUJes r ot Iohr iha* one half gallon,f
a. my store on .viaip Street Ithe Town of'
•'t-wstk, til ihr U'lil dBchoot i istrici No
39a iUi,ln White i t cr ek lundr.d
New Castie Coumv Felaw-re. .i d he -ol
owing respect able citizens r in end
the Mtid Rppilraiinn, to w *i
ianiciti H. i<wy, t? Henry
v o','
Benj C^olk, Nathan Hander*,
lames Jeffetls, Amos Browxt.
r Coiblt, Calvin 8. Worrell
, Peunlagtou, EdwarJ McPlke
WILLIAM F. GRIFFITH,
Ro
J.
l^ll nbe appli c vf ig
-'—8— - TZu#.
VTOTI'E—Dr. W H. H. Adkis*'' l) *"" B
j\| eca , y,herebyaauonrce- hW' n %U
„, K kliiv aDbl'ca lion at the s, !' e "or
(erm of thl Court ol General stW i0U ft) . j
UT- lr. nod for New C.stle County J" r ori
!t( , u ;. Re (or dispensing spirituous 'Tf m
tor medical piiiu se, nt 1.1astore on " , D
slre £t between Hroadand st r< c ^ool
-'.mown n| Mid ljetowu, in .mi'"'
..'o.-i,.,, . n . «o .pd 91 . lhenstneS■ 1 „
,,?• ,U!- ■ tiie • -ec.-min < iini
.!| 1 | W n]imti;ij ,
K n . h.,
m c. 't'Wn . '
w \\\ \uuq1u.
Is»ac Jones. Jr,
j vy nave^
Frank T. Elhison,
Nath'l Williams
Natn i wnna ,
V L„ell'h>""'
' .well.
87"'
Kdw
L 1 ■ '!<•
W A i '
B-wsll Jone .
J. B. Foard,
H H Ho ion,
Wm. Kale*.
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