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Made Ticks*.
TOR ffOVIRNOR
JOHN W. HALL,
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TOR 001lflM»i
EDWARD I • MARTIN,
OF t-L'aSKX.
Cl si.
FOB «HEMFF,
JOHN PYLE.
• J fob OOBiOSER,
JACOB- BUTZ.
FOB 8tATX gJWATOBa.
■J/Wllkins Coocb, of Pencafler, Hd.
Charles H. McWhorter, of Bed Lion.
FOB BEPB.gBEHTATIVBS.
James W- W»ws, ! «f Wilmington.
Dr. 8 with in Coanoler, of Mill Creek.
William Dean, of Whits Clay Creek.
John Doran, of Christiana.
Giles LambeoOjOfNew Castle.
Edwin B- Cochran, ofJ3t Georges.
William E. Biggs, Sr., of Blackbird.
FOB LEVY COCkTe COMMISSIONER*.
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-Thylor, of Appot-uinimink.
Henry H. Well*, of Blackbird.
Notice to htbscbibebs.—T hose of our
sdnacrlberS who are indebted to the Morn
ing HDUiaV* J U_?] , l>8 e by an early rc
miRanpe,. .
nt BsnlagBsrsM
Is nuifllsueff evvry morning, (Sunday ex
eepted) and delivered In the city ot WU
iseriptlons. postage Lee, three dollars
p«u annu
OkO.I
BrgkE A Os., Pubil hers.
No 800 Bhlptsy street,
-j . ••... ■' Wllmtngto Del.
Si. i
M1UW4HIW D«l-. Hat », 1*78
j i
BVjrrrifB pa* b.
lu Omdsfl yesterday, reasons in arresi
of judgment, tod Ibr a new trial, was ar
gued before Judge W rod ward by Messrs.
T< ompson and Kobe son. They are very
full, bat coDtaiu nothing new, and u is no
rta oaahla that tfie Judge will overrule
his own decisions upon points *1 reads
passed upon bv Him. Hufitef, we ihiuk,
is doomed ; bis chances upon the Coart o'
Appeals are very slim, abd the Jersey
Cour-oi Ps.deDg b ing made np almost
entire!* of the lay Judges of the Coan o'
AptiesU, renders bis chances there nextn
none It is difficult to beneve that a man
l'ke Huoier would lie a party to tu rn a
crime, and that such a fellow as Gr hau,
existed in the country. A jury presided
over by a judge known to be ibe very epi
tome ot mercy found him guilty, and he
will undoubtedly he hanged.
DO No hCUAlVH DEAN
A spurious Domucra ic ticket has been
widely circulated, iu which the name of
W id. Dean is left off, and that of Joe)
Thompson is tnserietl. This is a pie :e of
domestic treason winch merits prompt re
b jlie. Mr. Dean is a roan of high charac
ter, anfl has bad the crowning jewel of
honesty adorning his character. We con
jute every lair ruan, especially every Dem
ocrat, io see to it that Wm. Dean's namt
ia on the ticket he votes. He specifically
refutes ss slanders that he ia in favor ol
radical temperance legislation, or that he
advocates the "Moffat bell punch." He
•ays that such charges are false, and front
our knowledge of the man be means what
he says, and may be depended upon. A
you love fair play, vote for Dean.
IHE WHIT A K EH WI 1 .L CAKE.
It looks ai if sen e body had blundered
in arresting Dickerson for forgery. Thi
testimony now being developed, under the
able management of F. C- Brewster, is re
versing ths popular opinion of the case.
B-n Franklin, who manifested such Lot
haste in the case, and who carried out Mr.
Bullets favorite bulldozing tactics, is now
we are informed, a patient in Kirkbride
Asylum.
VOTE: VOTE!! VOTE HI
We are inlermed that the movement to
1 lect Clark Sheriff has assumed grave pro
portions. Democrats do not let yourselves
he laughed at, by gour apathy. Let eveiy
Democratic vote be polled.
LooKOtrrfor all sorts of devices and
Gauds to-day. Open your ticket and
-ee that it ig right. Do not be satiefhd
with the heading; read it and be cer
laiu. _ ,
Ut no one impose a spurious ticket upon
yoo.- V ■
Read your ticket.
Lookiool h r ''radulent voter*.
Ii yon find any Democnt circulating
spurious ricVets, expect liim than and
tturrs.
KSs
8 torie.ofa B o.. te rm.,.-d. W oofW.ck
frost and ioe in liw f« Southwest, come
with coder weather to remind us of the ;
Approach of winter, but before the settled
winter weather arrives, those who have
not already done so, shiuld see that their
heating apparatus, chimneys aud flues ate
in good condition. Within the next two
three weeks the newrpspers will, in all
probability, repot t a considerable increase
in fires "caused by defective flues,
is a staphrttem-of foth TJ5W?; and follows
regularly upon a sudden snap of cold
weather, which leads the inconsiderate to
hastily build a great fire under neglected
flues or chimneys. Now is the time to put
chimneys in good order and start experi
mental fires, go that when cold weather
comes both delay and danger may be
or
This
avoided.
Among (he many incidental advantages
of Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, is its
use as a groat game preserve. Quail and
rabbits that were disappearing from the
olsse vicinity of the city are becoming
quite numerous in the Park. The former
especially are getting abundant, as will be
observed by those who extend their Park
rambles tbro tgh the skirtings of wo dland
and over the knolU between Chamouny
and Belmont Glen. The partridges already
understand that they are not molested in
the Park, and this resting place afford.
those much bunted birds an opportunity
to recuperate and recruit their numbers.
Within the next few weeks we may look
for an appreciable quickening of trade in
consequence of the abatement r f the yel
lew fever, which fur three months past ha?
caused a suspension of almost all kinds of
business, throughout a large Becliun of the
■South. Orders fur goods which have been
kept back by the plague, will now come on,
although it i« not to be exacted that they
will bo as large as they would have been,
if the plague had not occurred, since that
great calamity has produced a large
amount of destitution from which it will
take time to recover.
Nilro-glycering has for some lime past
manifested a decidedly resiive spirit. Quite
a number of terrible explosions have taken
place, and almost invariably with fatal re
sults. Nitro-giycetine is an article that
will not bear hundlitg by uni-ki'lul hands,
and lire sooner that fact is definitely un
derstood and thoroughly respected the
better it will be for those whose duty it is
o have dealings with >he dangerous Cutu
p.und. _
The Coroner's Jury that inquired into
the death of ibe poor conductor who was
killed last Friday in Connecticut by "the
explosion of a iwenty-utne year old loci -
motive boiler have come io 'he conclnsi in
iiiai ii it had bteu expected the acciden'
would have been (.revealed That is not
-ur ex erience around here. The oftener
b fliers are inspected the ofiener they ex
plode. _
The value of the exports from Norfo'k j
Va., for the mon'h of October was $1,591,
733. against $605,097 for Oc ober, 1877,
shewing the handsome increase of $985 -
611. The receipts of cotton at Nortolk
during September and October were 103,
439 bales, against 71,033 bales for same
mon'hs last year, showing an increase in
1878 of 32,401 hales.
Full election returns iu tho Hbbilo to
morrow morning.
5750 Heralds was the edition yeg'erdav
morning.
John Pyle is the poor man's friend.
Democrats go to the polls to-day.
Do not forget to vote for Pyle.
To give every one a show this bard
iines fcu'terly will take for the next 30
days 8 photograph-* for 50 cents.
TO THOSE WANTING CLOTHED.
Quiun and Adam bolhlearnedtbesarn-
irade; but Q linn cauld beat Adam at tois
loring, and give him odds every time. If
anyone doubts this, call upon him. We
Wm. H, QUINN,
The Mebchant Tailob;
No. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
selected stock of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which by the artistic employes of Quinn
the Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
sure to imprtve the appearance, aud pro
mote the comfort of the wearer.
Prices to suit the enforced economy of
( he times, is the tbe rule with
Wm. U. QUINN,
Merchant Tailor.
No. 122 Market Street.
mean
p M. O'CONNELL,
REAL ESTATE, LAW AND COL
LECTION AGENT.
OFFICE NO, 1249 S. I8TH STREET,
Near Baltimore Depot,
'Clty.'and Countv collections r-f Interests,
Gioand Rents. Mercantile Bills and House
Rents promptly made Liens Hied, Mort
gages lo:y ciosed* and all legal business will
receive .prompt attention, All claims
cashed as sown as oollected.
i JK,f yii,4i»to *»'
Phllada,'
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REGISTER'S NOTg
- E0I3TER - 8 ORDER,
I\
REGISTERS OFFICE.
New castle CoOwtt, Kept, iv, 1878.
Upon the application of Rj v. Patrick
Rllev, Admlat.traiorof Mary A. McCul
lough lets of Wilmington Hundred. In
said County, deeeasedt U U ordered aud di
rected bf tse Register that the Admlnl*
trstorAforesaid, give notice of grant I eg ol
Letters of adm nlsrrstloa upon the Estate
of thedeoe-ted, with ths date of grant'n«
thereof, i>y causing advertisements to be
posted within forty days from the da e ot
such Letters, in six of the most public
places of the County of New Castle, requir
ing all Dersons having demands ega.est
estate, to present the same or abl le by
tdt of Assemb y in such case made aud
provided. And also cause tbe same to be
inserted within the same period In the
Montano Heralt-, a newspaper published
In Wilmington, andtebe continued there
in three weekB. (toil)
Given under ihe hand and Seal
ofoffl e of the neglsieraforeeald.
at Newcastle, in Newcastle
County, aforesaid, tjO day and
year above written.
the
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8 C. BIGGS, Register.
Notice— Ml per ons having claims
against tho Es'ate *1 the deceased must
nres-Dt the same duly attested to the Ad
mi nlst ralor on or be'ore September 17,1879,
abide the Act of Assembly In such
case made and provided.
or
PATRI KRILl.Y,
Administrator.
i ep»)
Address, Wllalngton, Del
LICENSE APPLICATIONS.
N OTICE—I.Sj Wester W. Clement.of New
Cistle county,and Mate of Delaware, do
hereby give notice that 1 lmend to make
application to the Court of General Ses
sions of the Peace and Ja'l Delivery of the
state of De aware. In ar,d for New Oast'e
county, on tue flrn day of its term wh'Ch
will commence aod be h'ld st Mew Castle,
iu Mew Castle county aforesaid, on Mon
day, the 18th day of No embers A. D. 1878.
lor a license to k sep an Inn or Tavern and
!o sell Intoxicating liquors io less qunnti
lies than one quart to bo drunk on the
prem'ses, at a d in the hou-e now occu
p (d by mr,SDd kuownas thei-ummltHouse.
T ■ e location of said nonse wber,ln X pr -
po eto Secpao lan oi tavern,is In School
i ls'rl t o. 74 la New CaSil* county afore
said In the sain Summit bridge, St.
Georg aHundied, ihe ■ atcesof iherespect
atue citl*"r.s recommending the tala ap
plication are:
Charles Me amee C. Hum
James Nicholson A P. caruagy
James P. Ford John Vail
Willi, m Lore K. F Boutden
J. K. Brow a S inou Starr
■William P Nlchrlson John Gill
Henrv Salmon
STLVKSTER W CLBMENT,
\;CTIC£— I Jnseph H. uiohaid? do hereby
iv give notice t»at I shall apply io the
Ju Igvs oi the Court of General re,stor s ol
the Peace and Jail delivery i f'he Slate oi
i slaws re, in and fer the connty of New
Caatle, on Monday, the 18th day of Novem
ber next being t n - first day oi the Nov*m.
ber Term, A D.. 1878, for a ll-mse to keep
■ n Inn or Tavern, a 1 No, 2-4 K ng S'reet. In
theSeocnd Wsxd of thei lty of d llmtn - ton
(JwUnly a< d BLMe a'ormtd, with the priv
le e to sell intoxicating liquors in Ires
qui' Uties than one qua t to ue d &• k on
luepremtie .and the a lowing respectable
nitlzeas recommend the sala application
wit
Joseph Rrndf, rd,
■Vlf. T Day,
B. Ta men,
h s. H8 Uhp»,
tVm.. H.Book'ey,
'6a« F Hpsoks,
Joh<. B. r lio t,
: h«*t > eony,
86' ard Row,
h. G. Hie.
'..tliony WUiis,
W T. iusu.
■ ichoine J-uney,
Pa«'l R >berts
J. 1 ^ Br< wo.
i
Chas. Weyi.
t-eese t yle.
M. H IJaott,
J Parker,
N. Meichoir. Jr,
M • n'oonter,
M H y?H.
A.rulmele.
T Robinson,
M. Jenuy, Jr„
J -iKPHH RICH - RIH.
yiiC/bi—i J nu a- lUc/u, do Ucfe /
g,v* nouictJ inat i
N
hall app y to the
• uig-soft. e conn, oi Genera tSfSilOuo if
hcPeao-andJ U Deiiv. ry ot the i-t ite «f
ue a'fare. in aud tor Mie ooun y of v ew
itli .uuMo day, thels.h ■ ay of r-. V m
er, icing me 1st ua>
U..m, A l> 1876, f I a iioeesa ; to keep an
inn or Tavern ui the oliy of Wi mintton,
iu the ecoud aru, ai Healu street a d
cew Castiea enae Conn yand elite afure
saw with hepr,vl ege loetl intoxic-tlog
i quors rn le»6 quanti les than one quart
t J ie diuuk on the premises, and the fol
lOWlna'aespectublecttixens recommoad the
t' c sai t si p.icailon to wl':
Wm. VFiudisu, Jo h Pyle,
Wintsm baielord, Kooert H. Taylor,
ijwea Paimtx, Fr,d Meager,
vVm, itciji.rmiici, C'narl.s H, T. Gross
her.)«r<t Row, Ji hn Danm-o .d,
Daniel Callahan, Deads Backley,
'I ho . McCorinark. Robe.t Pyle,
fjivta'x Hariman, Hmr> 0 Rollers, •
A. A. lustiuru William White,
john T, Phillips, Pat'k McMenamla,
Nicholas Qutley, char.es F, Cnane,
Frank Vigil, Joseph Stooker,
Johu Mesmere.
1 ibe. ove oner
JOHN DGRIVJN
uo' 5-3t
ON'T 1'OMUKT THE
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BALL,
FRIDAY Nov.8lh 1878
Tickets,
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$ 1.00
PROFESSIONAL.
?IAMOb,
ROAMS,
AMU ISHKEr MUSIC.
VOR KAl.K AT
F. BECHEMPH, MUSIC STONE, NO,
OJ1 MARKET STHEET,
A GOOD 1% OCTAVE ROSEWOOD
PIANO FOR *166 CASH
A 1 Instruments guaranteed f r fire
/ears. _ »prI8-lyr
JOHN O'BYRNK,
Attornevand Conseilwrat Law
014 Walnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
OUleensoi L'elaware navlna law business
in Pblladelpbla, or the adjoining counties
Pennsylvania, will have It promptly
and properly attended to, by comraunlcu
UDg with him
iu
D s. jobiian, i.at». nits iwuuan
Da VI KA-sON, sole prlneipal and pro
prietor of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM,
729 Chestnut, street Philadelphia, has Just
issued a new medical work,
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS.
on mental, nervous and acquired debility
-apamphlet ofgieat importance in whiou
on Indisputably Is shown bowlost h-alth
can be regalue-1, also a essay on marriage,
sn-.uld be reroi by ail. Can be had, pi Ice 25
cents tn pos t.se stamps, post fzeo, by
addressing tue au ber,
Dr JOJtDAN,
1ST) Filbert street, l-blladelphls, Pa.
Wh.or3 r.o may beoandilv suited,
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RAILROADS.
sept, r8rd 1878.
Train* will tear*Wilmington as fellow.
"►.uadeTiMa and intermediate stations.
7.ns, 810. 900, 9 47.10 00, a. m. 1,80
1.0J, 7 20, 0 48 p.m.
f'jlladelphti and Mew
12 J7, if 40, S 48 p m.
mitt more and intermediate stations. 8 V
f>r
York, 209,644am.
Sirumoresnd Washington, 12 51, 11 , g »
am, 1261,15:39,5.09, pm.
Trains for Delaware Division leave *oi
New Castle 820, 915, am, 1 U5, 8 30 p. m.
Harrington and Intermediate stations » 15
a > 0,1 u6,8 30 p m.
Delmar and Intermediate stations, 9 16.
a. m. 105, p, m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and intermediate stations
8 los m,& 00 8 30 p m.
Philadelphia and jJew York, 209,5 44 am.
Baltimore an I Washington, 12H, 116a m.
For furthei Information peasingers are
referred to the time tables prated at the de
H.F KENNEY.HnpL
pot.
Jnn9-ly
MEDICAL.
E. F. Kunkel' Bitter WlM
ol iron.
K, F, Konkel's celebrated Bitter Wine ol
Iron will effectually cure liver oompi&lnt,
Jaundice, dyspepsia, cnronlc or nervous
debility, chronic oiarrnoea, disease of the
kidneys a id alt diseases arising from s
disordered liver, stomach or Intestines,
such as constipation, fi.tulence, inward
plies, fullness in blood to the head, acidity
of the stomach, nausea, heartburn, disgust
for food fullness or weight lu the stomach,
sore eructations, sinking or fluttering at
the pit of the stomach, swimming of the
bead, hurried ordiffloall breathing, flutter
lngs at the heart, choking or suffocating
sensation when in a lying posture, dimness
of vlsslon. dots or webs beiore the sight,
dull pain In the head, deficiency of ■res
piration, yellowness of the skin and eyes,
pain in the side, back, bead, chest, limbs,
etc., sudden flushes of heat, burning In the
flesh, constant Imaginings of evil and great
depression of spirits. Price 81 per bottle.
Beware of cottiuarfeUa, Do net let your
druggist palm off some other preparation
of Iron he may say 1 a a good. but »ek for
Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol Iron. Take no
other. Bunker: Bitter Wine of Iron is not
sold in buia—onty in *i bottles. E. F, Kun
kel. Proprietor, Mo. 259 North Ninth Street
Philadelphia, Pa.
Tape fturoi Removed Alive
Head and all complete, In two hours.—
No fee liil head passed, Heat, pin and
stomacu warms removed by Dr, Kunxel
25, :orth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.—
Send for circular. For removing seat, pin
or stomach worms call on your druggist
and ask lor a buttle of Kunkel's Worm
Syrup, price 81, It never tails' Cummau
sense teaches If tape worm be removed, ah
other wcrmscan he readily removed.
E. F. Hunkers ugtral A E. F
Hunkers Shampoo for
the Hair.
The best and cheapestHair Dressing and
Hair Cleaner in the world, i hey remove
dandruff, alley Irritation, soothe and cool
the heated scalp, prevent the hair from
tailing off, and promote the growth In a
very short time. They preserve and beau
tify the ua:r. a' d render It soft and glossy.
The impart a brilliancy and a sil-y ap
peareuce to braid and wiry hair, and as s
hair dressing they are unnva led; eradi
cate laud ull and preveui baldness.
Shampoo cleans the hair, removes greece,
scruff, itching, eruption, Cures headache
caused by h. at and latlgue. Kunkel k
fiuttmpoo and Lu,tral restore hair to a nat
ural and glossy color, restore faded, dry
h.rab and wiry hair. Price per bottle *1.
Ask your druggist for them or send to E. F
llunkel. Proprietor, Mo. 258 North Ninth,
,;ree* u b* isrtelplitp
Bold by all druggists.
The
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HALES
HONEY OF HOREHOUND & TAR
FOR THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Difficult
breathing, and all Affections of the Throat,
Bronchial Tubes, and Lungs, leading
to Consumption.
This infallible remedy is composed of
the Honey of the plant Horehound, in
chemical union with Tau-Balm, extracted
from the Life Principle of the forest
tree Arif.S Balsamf.a, or Balm of Gilead.
The Honey of Horehound soothes and
all irritations and inflammr.
SCATTERS
tions, and the Tar-Balm CLEANSES aNo
heals the throat and air-pas sages leading
to the lungs. Five addit-oal ingredients
keep the organs cool, moist, ind in health
ful action. Let r.o prejudice keep you from
trying this great medicine of a famous
Doctor, who has saved thousands of lives
by it in his large private p
N.B.—The Tar Balm has no iiad Taste
cr smelL
ractice.
FRICES 50 CENTS AND $1 l'F.R BOTTLE.
Great saving to buy large size.
"Pike's Toothache Drops" C'nro In
1 Minute.
Sold by all Druggists.
C. N. CIUTTEXTON I'roi
ii. I
LOTTERIES.
j j^qyal Havana lottery
SH1U.000 drawn every 17 days. ! -
1 Prize of
1 Prize ot
1 Prize o'
2 Prizes ot 8iO,UlO
Hi Prizes ot • -.ftO'l each
124 Prizes oi *1 000 each
182 Prizes ol 9 -00 each
II!
*260,000
60.000
25,00(1
20.000
69.000
121,000
841.000
821 Prizes, amounting to (Spanish) *760.000
In.'ormaMon furnished free. Orders
filled. Prizes cashed. Spanish Bank bills
ai-il Govern menis purchased.
TAYLOR & CO„ Banker*
11 Wall Bt. New York,
Arctic lee and Coal Co,
Main Office, No, 2 East Second Street.
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Coal put in Cellars free of charge.
J. B. CONROW & SON. Proprietors.
The Best Coal ever Sold in the
City
Put ixx Cellars Free of obarge
ALSO
OAk AND PINE klNDL!N3 WOOD
ENOCH H OORE, Jr
F-»'i"h
JUST RECEIVED
THE
Singer Manuf'g Co.
HAVE JUrfT SENT TO THEIR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
g| WILMINGTON DELAWARE,
The largest lnvolca of the Llgat Running. Latest Improved FAMILY MACHINES
ever brought to this market, notwithstanding thejtlmes are hard, o.er 70 families - -ere
made happy within the la.*t month by buying the
World Renowned Singer.
If you want* MACHINE, don't fall to securer. SINGER.
Hundreds ef people *hn hav 1 other kinds that do not suit for various reasotti.havt
exchxng- d ta.ero for tbe'-INGER. . . , , , , .
ihe dtNGrttt M VtlHINEls now sa.l'ng forjust oneniif the orUical price for cash
t a:y terms for monthly payments. Don't fall to see the HINGitU at
or on
No. 424 MARKET Street,
A. J. VAN BUZEE, Agent.
NEW FALL STOCK 1S78!
NOWJJcs
COMPLETE
LARGE AND
AT THE
MODEL TAILOR 'TORE
As ary other Tailoring £stab[ijhment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly to O'*
der Work, and do uot. carry o i a Itia !y M ids Tailoring B luaesi. Ojr Prices ate ai
liow. Material, Fit and Workmanship considered a« are to be found anywhere.
Heaatily thanking the Public and our friends for their patronage,
lieu: ce of the same. I guarantee no one shall be ashamed or dissatisfied with ths
Yours Truly,
I ask the con
Luils we turn out.
FERD. CARSON, No. 223 Market Str't
NOW ON HAND
A FULL LINE OF THE LATEST IMPROVED
stoves, Heaters and Ranges
t
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE LARGE
STOCK OF
SECOND- HAND OFFICE AND PARLOR
STOVES.
In good condition which is being sold CHEAP
House Furnishing Goods.
AT THE STOVE AND HEATER EMPORIUM 0
H. F. PICKELS,
7 & 9 E. FOURTH STERg.
,, p>cm
09 , Old Stoves taken InfjexchauKc.
TOOTICE, I William K. Oriimh, do
• L ' 1 hi-reby give notice 'hat I s hail apply to
Judges of tha Court ot Genera! Messlous of
P ace and Jail doliveiy of tie State of
Delaware, in and tor the county of SiW
Castle, on Monday, the 18th day ot Novem
ber, next A, D. 187s,belcg tbe 1st day of the
next November Term ot thesa'd Court for
a license to sell intoxicate g liquors In
quantities not le«s than oue halt ,al!on,
uimystoroon vain street, lu the Town of
* ewark, in the Uultid School lstrlct No
39aidal,ln White Clay creek Hundred
New Castle County Delaware, and ihe lol
lowlrg respectable citizens recommend
the said application, to wii:
'ames H. Ray,
G orge W.Llndsey
Benj Caulk,
.lames Jefferls,
Roger (X>-bit,
J. W. Pennington,
tne
C. Henry,
P. It. Choate.
Nathan Bat-tiers,
Ami-6 UroWF.
Calvin 8. a orrell
Edward McPlke
WILLIAM F. GRIFFITH,
fiuoO
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LICENSE APPL ICA TION^
apotl>
N OTICE—Dr.AV. H. H. Ad*isson
ecary. hereby atmmirce-L i6 ''j,, £ffl Ds'
of making i.ppl'oallon Bt _'P®L- j,iod«
term of the Court of Genera a for *
1876, in aud tor New 0*»Ue Oo "Piiquod
license for disfOusIng o"
tor medical purpose, at bl»sto>e' tfi n
s'reet brlwe n Broad and i ass s> < sc i,ool
Hie -own Ilf Middletowu, In " 0 | tin
dtstii ■ s No-.Btiand 91. HieuamM» m?
resfiec'hble ciilzeua recomm.
said applleatlon, aie: v . Lockf 00 "'
w. M. (teynoidv, Edw. '
W.-cott Way., BP. upvow
G. W W. Naulln, WACO"*
Isaac Jones Jr, Sewell Joe e •
I W. Hay oh. Ho ton,
Frank T. Kllasoa, Sr®, Uater.
.<uoih 1 Williams. wm. Aai® r *
, mgmm. jggojr,
o, i3 8-», D». VY,

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