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(tyw'the*',afot)fe 3 «l he Apt*,««) walked »lowly down the fence, with b*r band touching it; until shwreack- otkJhk Iftte'which she caVefuIfyiirgW wide open, and deliberately abutting it, walked léjÂttr^f to the honse. When she reached the sopt where til» young mon Were stthWin^, she W8» 'pantmgjfrola Iter tiolent exer- tions.—They asked her where .she had been, to whieb'sh? re^bld with- out hesitation, "nowhere," apd «fthuly'iKmtto tier bed and tûcked herself in. -MiilH f A - brii a oa i I&m wtsl? • A» Etiikr Drunkard. —There s lately come to pûr ljpqvledge a ry sin case'oruepraved nppe antifac hi very tite. „ A-young ut turiitg town in-thw a respectable position in society, is completely' ninh r the influcnco of a l«ve for At her, It h«s » peculiar • Imtt Tijttftf KWr, cauaingher to laugh immoderately for a few minutes, and then to' tall nat on the floor, where aha y^llremuin panting oonvulsgvely, ktàtç of insensibility for some tlmfeV '.Tbgrntify this appetite she wilf r^iaurt to All kinds of expedients. —JWllstf 'lny' bf Wr frlfttds go to the dentj allowed t prowÄrft ether, but her promise is always brokeh if the subtle flilid but mithin her reach. This h otic of th* strbngest instances of à deprare'd appetite that we have e7er beard of .—Vhelsea Herratd. ' s ' : in a lute mamir occbf/yi ing she. will .beseech t0 bo dooiupunV them, and, 'uflyrnot to go near the come Jfolloway's Oinfmcpt and Pills — Caution to the tdo/c .—As these in valuable preparations have been oounWrfeited/ft will b* requisite to sedihattbe'water-mark, **IionowiV, New York- and London," is cn eve ry sheet of the pamphlet in which thB ■Oinlmetat and Pills are enwrap ped. To find this test of authenti city, hold the paper to the light,- As It is a matt' r of deep concern to the Victims of eruptive, cancerous, scrof «doua, and other ' external diseases that they havft the ■ genuine Oint gaent, and . equally important 'to dyspeptieg, .bilious patients, and all sufferers from internal complaints that- vhey , hgvor the true Pills, rKeomçiéud a carefol scrutiny in all casesi Dytpeptih is known ns one of the most dtatrMsinir complaints which afflict humanity; and until the ad vent of tl;e Oxygenated Ritters, had been considered incurable, when curable, requiring years to ac complish it. The Oxygenated Bit tei s perfoi mina few days, cures, which other medicines'take years to alleviate. we or A child two years old was recent ly killed in England by a tuiky cock. The turky merely stiuck it on the lower part of its face with his wing, and death was the oonse quencèi '•*' ' ' 1 ' * CSyLife may he merry as well as useful Every penspq that pirns » mouth has always a good opening for a laugh. rLETTER FROM A TEACHER IN DE vr : TRQI/f. Detect. Mich , June 16, 1857. Messrs. 8. W. Fowls k.Co, Bos ton;—*I n re/ai epee to the Oxygena ted Bitters, I can say, that after havi m» ng, the. Dysyep?ÿ» fqr sqveral months,'and ahhoSt «lying with pain and heaviness in my stomach, I was prevailed upon by a friend who had heè'n cured by the same medicine to trtr a bpttle ! of Green's Oxygenated Rittet*. Before using half a bottle felt kreatl/ relieved, and by the time fdiad used two bottles and a Italf I was entirely well, and still 1*01 ai n go. X know-of several cases »qore distressing even than' l niy own, which have been entirely cured by this iuralqablo pqedicjne; and it gives ■%»dart pleasure fo recommend it ro any and all who tqay be Buffering from This dreadful malady. JJacop^Tjacher of Detroit I mq W. Select wr£ Johnson. vet, Non, Mi f yohHft llillsboro; JohnT. Long & L'o,, Frank -P.-il; «feiïÿ* fL'jrtlmips, Concord; T. S-f. Rigglrt, Laurel; James Prettymap, "»idgevflte);^!; L. Willoughby , Sealqrd »id by dealdrsl everywhere. No'. 2. ft! ** ^^ Xjteeial Notices. ~ - *:* . Tavij-f-y-fff- ■ t - r; itffHELMBOLD.S GENUIEE f« 1 S P//KPA/.ATION for Nervous n ia Debilitated Sufferers. =* .Ulf/ ■' GUANO! GUANO! 4 Part bf t$u' oorgu of SaU r. Dazzle, id f WJiasfi and for 4 ulb in lots to suit purcUasars.-—I'rioet «H $20,06 per Ton of 8000 lbs. JBTA LIBERAL DISCOUNT MA PE tO DEALERS. AH orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. , JOHN McCANEY, South Side of Willow Street Railroad, beldWSnd „and by Ö. LOWRY, •" Wlmöriä SL Wharf Philad'a. r Moï». 6. mo».— .Laid oJ t«» * !f»r. J u*t received,,» lot nl Patent Wheel tireese, and saponifier for making soap also superior Burning Fluid. „V WILLIN & MORRIS. JUST RECEIVED—A fresh supply of Cod Liver Oil, at , , , WlLLIN & MORJnS'. JUST ARRIVED, a large lot of Ilats and Caps, of every style, Very cheap. WILLIN & MORR'gp CHEAP BOOK & PAPER S T O R E McDowell & halloway, (Successors to Joseph McDowell,) No. 121 MARKET ST. 1'lilLA., K aye for sale a large and general assortment of School and Blank Rooks, Writing, letter, note and wrapping Papers, Paper Bags and stationery, to wdich they invite the attention of buyers. All of which will lie sold at the very lowest cash prices Regs bought for cash or in trade. 36. 6in. At Seafurd Del., on the 19th inst., by Rev. J. P. Chaplain, Mr. Isaac W. Simian, of Baltimore, and Mis» Sallie J. Wallace, of Sharp town, Md., both formerly of Laurel, Del. Delaware and Maryland papers please copy. On the 27th ult., by Rev. J. F. Chaplain, Mr. Siimuel E. Mcssick and Miss Sarah E. Spicer, both of Sussex County. Advertisements . a i o i AT Harper's Férry. GREAT EXCITEMENT P. W. HALL, the pioneer Clothing Merchant of Milford, has a train opened out for puhlic inspection, the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, PRET TIEST, and BEST stock of WISTES?* ÖL 0 THIWG Cloths» Cas8imeres, Vestings, and (gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, ever offered on this Peninsula. The proprietor being a Practical 7 ailor, en ables him to yuurantee every article sold at his establishment fo he as recommend ed or the money refunded. My stock consists of every kind of Clothing and gentlciner's Furnishing Goods, apper taining to a gentleman's wardrobe. I have also the best assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres. -od Vestings, all of which 1 have made up to order in the latest prevailing fashion, ami warranted to ex coll that of any other establishment on the Peuiusula, as 1 employ noue, but the best city workmen to get up my bespoke workl My customers in -''us sex, and the people in geneial. are invi ted to pay me a visit, or send on their orders, and 1 will convince them that my clothing is belter made and beitpr goods thay any other establishment in the «State (or the same price» Call next door to Parvis' Hotel, , on Walnut St., and see if it is not so. P. W. HALL. No. 38—3m. FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for sale, a valuable Faim, situate in Cedar Creek Hundrod, on the public road leading from tho State rond, by Wm. Smith's, and about half a mile from the state road, and about haif way between Milford and Georgetown, and about one mile frqm the line of the contemplated Railroad, containing 200 alia portion is in swamp . JK. and upland timber; the »oil is of I he best quality, in a good state of cultivatiotf, and can he made a first rate fannv The improvements are a two story Dwelling House, A with single story attach ed, all newly built and completed, with smoke house, caftiage house, stables, cribs, and barn; also a young apple orch ard, grafted with choice fruit, and sonic peach trros. This land is di vid'd in two farms, by the public ro«-!, leaving a single ftqry Dwell ing and ont-'houked, in good repair, on the e».-t side of the public road. Thru land will he sold on reasonable terms. Apply'to v ' 1 . 37-4t. ELLAS SHOCKLEY. acres, more or less. A consider mm. NOTICE. In compliance with »n Order,,!» bv John Sorden, Register of Sussex County, the subscriber hereby gives notice that on the 23d day of August 1859 Letters of Adminis tration were granted upon the Es tate of Joseph H. Carey late of Broadkiln Hundred, deceased. And all persona liavipg claims against said Estate will exhibit the same, on or before the 23d day pf August next, or abide by the Act of Assem bly in this behalf. John C. Hazzard, Adm'r Sept, 20tb 1869. . ued I* SODA FOUNTAIN, "■ SOMETHING NEW IN Georgetown, Del. i AT BARKERS You can get a glass of cold sparkling SODA WATER, flavored with delici oils syrups—strawberry, pine apple, lemon, vanilla, ginger, sarsaparilla, 4 c. A general assortment of I Groceries, A good assortment of CLOTHS, CAS SIMEAES, Vestings, Drillin'.'*, which you can have made up at the shortest notice. All kinds of Linen Cakes, Lemons, Orange», Rasins, Figs, Nntog ü'tibitoe» tmj «f v«vrimi«i brands, l'ipea and snuff. Extract», Co lognes Hair Oils, Fancy soaps, Ac, Also all of Dr. Jayne's i i FAMILY MEDICINES, Wright s Indian Vegetable Pills, war raittecf geiiuine, and the best Paten; Mct'itVues ht use; Bringhurst's Célébra, ted ecjcr.i-.e of Jamacia Ginger, Essen ce-si tfi Lemon, Cinamon, Peppermint, and an entire nsw article, LIQUID RENNET, for making Cold Custard, Fruit Junket, Sic. If you want good articles GO TO BARKER'S. No. 22—tf. MILFORD SEMINARY. FOR BOTH SEXES, Ç81 will pay for boarding, wash ing, mal tuition in common English perquarterof.il weeks. Tuition for day scholars varies from $6 to $10, according to the studies pursu ed; the latter including Higher En glish and Mathematics, Latin, Greek and French. Instruction in mnsio given by a competent and experienced teacher, at the usual rates. Pupils prepared for any class in College. The at tention of parents and guardians is called to the advantages of such a school near home, before sending to more distant and expensive institu tions. Reference is made to Dr. D. W. Maul], Georgetown; Rev. H. Col clazer, Cambridge, Md., or any gen tleman of Milford. Rev. W. R. Aldrep, A. M. No. 36—4t. Pr incipal. READY MADE MILLING. The undersigned having com plcte-J a new Grist Mill on the Walker Stream, is now prepar ed to manufacture all kinds of Grain, at the shortest notice,in as good order as any country mill. All the brand will be given for all wheat manufactur ed. This mill is situated on a never tailing stream ol water, so that persons can be accommo dated at all seasons. JOHN B. WALKER. No. 18. 3m. » —THE SUB <scriber« wish to em ploy an active reliable man in each sec tion tif the State to travel and take or ders for SBCARS AND TOBAGGO, by simiplcs. Will pay a salary of $600 to S80U per year, payable month ly. For samples and particular» apply to, or address, inclosing stamp for« re turn postage, CARY 4- SMITH, Tobacconists, 312 Pearl steet, New York, No. 29.—5t. i NOTIC E. All persons are hereby forwamed from hatl'oring or trusiing my wards, mil grand children—Lemuel J Green and William George Green—who have left ray house and care, against mv will and consent. I will not be responsible for any bills of their contractiug. j N; W. VAUGHAN, Guardian. Oct. 20. 4L D. Darlinotç* Lewis, D. D. t. STraSEOW DENTIST, (Formerly of Philadelphia, Fa.) WANCfACTURHR OF was iß w m » Respectfully informs the public, that he is now located io Front street, Milford , Delaware, where he jyj prepared to attend to all business connected with Dentistry, at the shortestnotice, am) in the most du rable and perfeet manner. Teeth set upon gold, silver, platina, <-e., with either the old or modern im provements and patents. He assures all who entrusts business to his care, that they will receive full satisfaction. AU ei gagenieius will be strictly fulfilled, ap regards time and or requirements, Oct. 24, 1859, no. 38—3m. I A. N. IIALL.S NEW JEWELRY STORE. Will be opened by WM. II. SCOTT, on the 26th day of October, at LAUREL, opposite Wootten's Ho tel, where he vVtll offer the citizens of Laurel and yicinity, a rare chauce to procure all kinds of CLOCKS, WATCHES L JEW ELRY, of tho most fajftiionnfele styles. Ry. ery article to be as recommended. N. B. Particular al'ehtion paid to Repairing Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. I would alj I take this opportuni ty of infiri; min ç tny numerous friends and customers, that I will continue keep on hmtA" a largo stock of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &o., at Milford, Del.! no. 88— «m. I A. N. HALL. N OiT ICE. FIRST G*LB ON THE EXTEN SION ÖFTRE J. 4 B. It. R. At a Hiëetiud of the Board of Direc tors of the Julclion and Breakwater Railroad Company, held at Milford, this day, the fallowing resolution was adopted: Resolved, That a call of two dollars per share be made upon the subscri bers to the t.'iiiial Slock of the Junc tion and Breakwater Railroad Company for the extension of said Railroad, pay able to the Treasurer at the office of the Company in Milford, on or before the 10th day of November next. Xhc'Mtentjnn of the subscribers to and their compliance Willi, the forego ing is respeetlully requested. The Treasurer will meet the subscri bers at Georgetown on Tuesday the 8th of November, ami at Millsb Wednesday tlie 9th. H. VV. MeCOLLEY, Treasurer. Offire of the .'unction and Breakw ater Railroad Co. Milford, Ortober, 7, 1859.—3t*. oro on THE UNIVERSITY'S FAMILY REMEDIES! Issued nnder the seal, sanution and au thority of THE UNIVERSITY OF FREE MEDICINE AND POPULAR KNOWLEDGE, Chartered by the State of Pennsylva nia, April 29th. 1853, with A'Capital op 9100 , 000 , Mainly for the purpose of arresting the evils pf spurious and worthless trumsj also, for supplying the . . intv w*th RELIABLE REMEDIES Wherever a competent Physician pot or will rot be employed. This In stitution, located in Philadelphia— Hmne Dis eiisary and Office, 323 Youth sccoyd street, wh-re application for new jiirencies must be made to JOHN P. REE -V, Vresideut. Rowand's celebrated Tonic Mixture, known for upwards of tweenty-five years as thy onlv sure and safe cure for FEVRR AND AGUE, \ and his inestimable remedy for Bowel Complaints. Rowand]» Compound Syrup of Blackberry Root, which highly improv ed ami popular remedies, together with the, University'» Remedy for COM PLAINT'S of lbs Logs, Bronchial af fections; 7'he University's Remedy for Diapep aia op Indigestion. Costive-Bowels. nos-, commu can u., •lore Eves, Ear-Achor Deafness, Tooth Ache, f'ever and Ague (m Fills.) 7'lieae Remedies are nntlike the nos trums of the.day, but depend upon their intrinsic merit fur populai favor. Also for sain at tha Hume Dispen sary, 322 south second street, Pliila. phia, Dr. Cullen's .celebrated Indian Vegetable Fan area, for thq cure of scrofula, mercurial diseases and all oilier | impui-tire St the Blood, sad kis other Remedies I , For salt, by Druggists and others throughout (lie United .Vlates. Canada, Ac., and for .sale by Jas. P. Barker, Georgetown-, l)r. D, H. Houston, J e»; T. S. Jamison, MilLboro; John Rodney, Lewes; L J. Jenkins, Aeaford; E. J, Pu»ey, W. T. Waller, E. J. Richardson, !.afr»l; Lazarus Tamer, near Laurel; Wm. Parkhurst, Dagsboro; «CW Martin & Con well, Milton; Waples fy Hickman, Baltimore Mills; Dr, J. R. Layton, Georgetown; Jas. W. Morgan, Concord. ty>. £•—ly. Tall & Winter FASHIONS. M. L BARKER II KATE A. HARRIS ■r JFaaöConaöle Drcu Maker« and Millintrs, GEORGETOWN, DEL. Have just returned from the city of Philadelphia, with a splendid asaort nient of goods for ladies' wear, such as fall and winter Bonnets of the latest slyle, together with every variety of DresaTrimininga, which they will sell on reasonable terms. They are prepared to make Dresses and Bonnets in the latest fashion, with neatness and despatch. No, 35—tf. mun ïHUïMetcw 3 Ï*. IMPORTER k DEALER IN SHIP AND BOAT SPIKES, ANCHORS, CHAINES &c. Nos. 13 à 15 North Water Street Above Market, PHILADELPHIA. no. 17 ly. H. WARD, No. 103,105, and 107 North Sec ond Street, has in store a good sortment of FALL BONNETS, TRIMMINGS, French Flowers, Fancy Feath ers, Ruches, Chenille, Bonnet Frames, &c., to which the atten tion of the traue is invited. Philadelphia, Sept. 2d 1859. No. 33—lm. as MRS. SALLY A. MARTIM, FASHIONABLE MILLINER, GEORGETOWN, DEL., Announces to her friends and customers* that she has just returned fimn the city with an assortment of Millinery Goods, which she will be pleased to sell at snnable prices. Her stock consists ol a new excellent and fashionable assort ment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Silks, Trim rea Hllllgs ami o -rarle*}--»V «il»«* g«m4s. She invites those who are in want of Millinery Good«,, to call and see her stock. No 37—tf. MILLINERY, AND DRESS MAKING. MISS. MARY P. ROGERS Would respectfully inform her custom ers, and the public, tha» she has jusf returned from Philadelphia with a beau tiful assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of Bonnets of all de scriptions, and a large variety of Trim mings. She is also prepared to execute Dress Making at the shortest notice, and in the neatest manner. Having procured a Draft for cutting- dresses, she flatters herself that she will be able to please. 37 tf. 1 ISAAC! J. JEiTXIlYSj NOTARY PUBLIC, GEORGETOWN, DEL., JAMES WALLACE, Dealer in White and Red Ash \.C O A L. By the cargo or single ton, Ollice, No. 254c South Front Street, one door above Dock PHILADELPHIA. a No. 2.—3ms. NOTICE. The subscribers have for sale about Their kiln is about 1 1-2 miles from Georgetown. Their prices are $3 for salmon, ami $7 for b ird bricks; or $4,25 for saimon, and $8,25 lor hard, delivered in George town. These bricks are hard and dur able, and will give satisfaction. ROACH & JOHN YON. 45,000 Bricks. \ 37. 4t< PEACH mm TREES rasp j. The subscriber begs leave to ? inform the public, ::nd peacn * growers in general, that he has .« a choice selection of nursery trees of one year's growth from the bud for sr'a at his nursery, near Highlslown, Mer cer Ce., N. J., which will he sa!» at a reasonable price, ENOCH A. ELY. Applicants will plearn leave their ders with Col. G. H. Wright, George town, -Sussex County „Del. No. 33—3m. ... THE QUIT AMBASSADOR CJ HALTK. To all Mankind, ÿâ v (SlM % erases V •l i fm if iiolloway's pills. A BOON TO THE SICKl The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the ills and necessities of the suf fering portion of humanity, and one en tirely free from mineral and other del*, terioua particles, was severely felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered into the world; Holloway's Invalu able Pills hare become the house hold ramedy *f a u ,uuio ( n. Their at tribute is to preserve as well as to cure; they attack the radix-or root of th* complaint, and thus by removing the hidden cause of disease reinvigorate and restore the drooping energies of the system, assisting nature in her task of vital and functionary reformati«m DYSPEPSIA. The great scourge of this contineut yields quickly to a course ol these anti septic Fills, and the digestive organs are restored to their proper tone; no metier ill what hidenns shape this hydra of disease exhibits itself, this searching and unerring remedy disperses it fWiu the patient's system. GENERAL DEBILITY ANB WEAKNESS From whatever cause, lowness *» spirits, and all signs of a diseased livpr and other disorganization of the system vanish under the eradicating influence of this all powerful antiseptic and deter gent remedy. . i A .! BILIOUS DISORDERS. r n* The proper quantum and right con dition of the bile is of momentous im portance to the health of the hums* frame, this anti-bilious medicine exp*la the hidden seeds of the complaint, and renders nil the fluids and sécrétions pure and fluent, cleansing and resasita ting the vital functions of the body. SICKLY FEMALE«?. Should lose no time in trying a few doses of this regulating and renovating remedy, whatever may be their com plaint, it can be taken with safety in all periodical and otlier disorganizations its ejects is all but miraculous. UNREFUTFD PROOF. The testimony of Nations is unani mously borne to the health-giving vir tues of'his noble remedy, and certifi cates in every living language bear wit ness to the undeniableness of their in trinsic worth. Holloway's Pills are the best renin?«, known in the world for the following diseases: Asthma, Diarrhoea, Bowel Complaints, Dropsy, Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Debility, Fever and Ague, Female Complaints, Headaches, «, Indigestion, Influenza, Inflaniation, « Inward Weakness, Liver Complaints, l.owneas of Spirits Piles, * Stone ami Grr.vel, «Secondary Symp • Veneral Affections, Worms of all kinds. IMTVAUTION! —None toms, are genu ine unless the words " Holloway, IS cur Pork and London," are discernible as a water mark in every leaf of the hook of directions around each pm or box; the »ame mar be plainly seen lio'd ing the leaf to the light. A handsome rewind will by given to anyone render ing such information as may te5d tq.th detection of auy party or parties coun terfeiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing them to lie »Durions, * , *Sold at the Manufactories of Professor Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by ail respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicine throughout the United 8lates and the civilized world, in boxes at 25 cents, 63 cents and $( each. IH9 r 'Thera is considerable saving by taking the larger size». ; N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixes to each box. * i No. 21—ly. m Corn Shelters. The subscriber has for sale a lot of Grier & Stanton's im proved Com Shellers, wLtoh will be s«. ld at the manufac turer's prices. They aro the best shuliers ever brought into* this county. Gall at the ''Mur senger Office," Georp ioun, Del. D. DODD. "