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« N ACT TO SECURE THE
m FREEDOM OF ELECTIONS
j\ JN THIS STA^E.
- - Where»« the Constitution of
phi» St»t* declare» that "all elections
shell be free and equal;" and whereas
tbs freedom of flection* and the free en
joyment pt the right of suffrage, accord
ing to ths .Constitution and Uwp of tb*
Stats, are ssssntial to tko enjoyment of
publie liberty, and whereas evil dispss
parioqa fi.4 °» u to armed soldiers to
be brought into {this Stats and to bs prei
ent at différant voting plsees in the State
the day of the last general elsetisn,
and a free election was thereby prevents
ed; and whereas it is proper that a rep
etition of sa grave an offence against the
peace and dignity of the State shall be
prevented; Therefore,
■ Section 1. Be it enacted by the Sen
pet ami liante of Representative! of the
stale oj Delaware in General Assembly
tntf, That if any paraop being a citizen
pr inhabitant ot tins State shall send or
cause to be sent, bring or cauan t.e be
brought ihto this State, or shall aid,
abet, procure, advise, counsel, or in rtj
manner assist in senffing or bringing in
to this State pny aimed soldier or sol
diers to he present at any voting plane
jp tbit State or within five miles thereof, \
op the day of any general, special, or
other election hereafter to be bolden in
thia State, or shall aid, abet, procure,
advise, counsel, or in any inanuar assist
tb* presence or attendance of any armed
soldier or soldiers at any such voting
place, or within five miles thereof on
s' pny sueh election day, every person so
offending shall b# guilty of "felony, and
upon conviction thereof, by indictment,
shall forfeit and pay to the Stats a fine
of not lean than one thousand dollars
jand nut moro than ten thousand dollars,
Mil shell bs imprisoned for a tenu not
/ess than one nor more than five years,
aad shall forever thereafter be incapa
ble of exercising Iff* right of suffrage in
on
yhji State.
enacted
SlCTION 2. Be it further enacted as
pforesaid, That if any perion, being a
Citizen or inhabitant of this State, shall
jsid, abet, procure, advise, equnsol, or in
gnj planner assist', qr be guilty of mili
tary interference ip any manlier with
.the freedom of any elootioo in this State,
^yery person so offending shell be guilty
ij f felony and upon conyistion theraof,
Ty indictment, shall forfeit and pay to
tb* State a fine of uo,t less than one
thousand dollars nor more than ten thous
jand .dollar», and shall bs imprisoned fi r
je term pot less than one nor more than
five years, and shall forsvsr thereafter
po inoapajjie of ex.srwsjng ths right ot
suffrage ip this State.
Buf.Tf.0fi ff. And be it further enact
pd at) afofcf aid, That ft any Inspector,
preandiog offic er or judge of any eleotion
)n this State, or any other person, shall
cause to be administered
is
in
at
fn
:n
administer, or
So sny legal voter ill thia State any oath
or affirmation not authorized by the Con
stitution .or laws of this State for that
purpose as * pre-requisite or condition
nf vptiflg at any eioction in this State,
except when such oath or affirmation
■ball fit administered in order to satisfy
each Inspector, presiding officer or judgo,
that suoh vote is a legal vote according
to tbs Constitution and laws of this State,
euch Inspector, presiding officer, judge,
•r other parson so ojfendiug shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, pud upon
vietion thereof, by indictmont, shall, for
every soeb offenes, fçrfsit and pay to
tb* Stats a fins of pol l*»* than five
hundred dollars and not more than one
.thonsand dollar* and eliall be imprisoned
fop * term (f fan ( d*y*.
eon
jl, Jqhp B. jPeqiugion, Clerk of tb*
jBous* pt Representatives of tb;* State
ef Dejajvv.e, .being authorized by a Ree
olution of said House to have the fore
going act, entitled "An Act to seoure
the Freedoea of EUetjnns in Ibis Slate,"
published in "The Journal and States
man," "The Dtlaiparcpn," and the
."Georgetown Messenger, "fox the period
of two months, do hereby certify tjj*t
the above apd foregoing ie a true *opj
of said act, passed at Dover, fiîarçh 25th,
1863.
In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto
»et my hand as Clerk of the House of
Representatives, this 26th day of March
A. D., one thousand eight hundred end
»ixty-thre*.
JOHN B. PENINGTON,
,Clerk of the House of Repreeentetiyes.
No. 5—2m.

Fanners, Gardiners &
■ T ow.ë.BnYC v - I
a !
, "X r, ^ '
ytfintecteß J*ouderttc. j
^Especial} Y manufactured f«,*j* j
foin, W heal, Toffapco, I'css, |
Grass, .Cabbage, and every kind 1
of Crop or Trucking.
Frtcb — $15.00 and $f2 per ton. or !
40 cts and 30 eta per buehcl. Man
ufactureff at
.Gray'* Ferry lined, below the Arse
pal,' i'hiladelpb in.
And *t Peysson's Farm, Woodburry
Road, ^Gloucester, N. J.
Dti4LJRR9-French, Richards k co.,
North Fuurth st, and York Avenue,
Rhiladelphia.
Office of A. f'eysson. (Liberty st.. j
No. 420—.Guldymith'a Hull—No. 12
Back uf New Post Office. ' '
No 2 —- 3 m
TO
Bargains!
\
in
Bargains!!
Bargains!!!
Milford Del.
Will eell
Bast Fast Colored Calicos
12$ to 22 per yd.
Unbleached Muslin 20 to 40 "
Bleached
Sheeting 1$ yd. wide
"■j Rio Coffee "30 jsts. per pound
Mulasaes, 40 cfs- per gallon.
Coal Oil, 15 ets. per quart.
Bargains in the above Goods.
22 to 40
U
45
II
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Merchants wanting a few bolts of
Calicoes and Muslin* will find the
above price* low.—CHEAP FOE
CASH.
The
Highest prices paid for all
COUNTRY TRADE.
No. 3—§w.
Farmers Attention!
7TM. D- ÏTEALL
AGENT FOR THE 8ALK OF
Jourdan's Ammoniated Super
PHOSPHATE OFLIME!
!%e 810 South Del-. Ivcnuc
PHILADELPHIA.
Has now on hand a large stock of
the above fertilizer for sale to Fnr
mers at $45 per Ton 2000 lbs. A
liheral discount made to the trade.
Jourdan's Ammoniated
Super Phosphate of
LINE,
a
j
is the best concentrated fertilizer in
us*.—Send fc r Pamphlet containing
certificates of its superior effects
from some of the most reliable men
in Delaware.
No. 28 —lv.
Millinery & Straw Goods!
We have the pleasure of informing
you that wo arc now prepared to offer
at our Old Stand Nos. 103. 105 k
107 North SECOND St., PHILAD A.
A well selected Stock ot
MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS,
fn every variety, nf the latest impdr
tations , and of the newest and most
fasliionablo styles.
OUR STRAW DEPARTMENT,
will comprise every variety of Bon
nets, Hats & Trimmings to ho found
:n that line, of the latest and most
approved shapes and styles. Solicit
ing an early call, I remain Yours,
Respectfully,
No. 3—4t.
H. WARD.
GEORGE S. GRIER,
Iron Founder ft Machinest,
MILFORD DKI
All kind* of Mill work made or re
paiied at ihort notice. Kpindl«* turned
and fitted. Manufacturer of Mix'* im
proved Horso-power* from 2 to 10 horte.
Sejf cleaning Fan thresher, Horse and
hand power Corn Shelter*, Grain Fans,
Wheat Drills, Sugar-cane mills, Straw
euttera, Plow* of all kind* and sixes, Iron
Cultivators and Harrows, Machine belt
ing of any width or length, Fan Riddles,
Ac., &c.
Stoves and any kind of Machinery re
pared. Agent for McCormick's Reap
ers and Mewers. 42—ly
Editor or thk Mbssbnobb,
Pgam Sir:
With your permission
I wish to say to the readers of your
paper that 1 will send by return mail
to all who wish it, (free) a Recipe,
«Ith. full d i rect i o n s Un making tend
using a «impie Vegetable Balm, that
will effectually remove, in 10 day*, i
Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, j
and ail Impurities of the Skin, loav
• ing the Hunt 8oft, clear, smooth and j
beautiful
. VÏÏt!"r"f" ?
I lîal(1 IIead , ï ?r B«* F' oe *. *> m P' e
! d " reC , Uon ® and infol '">»Don that will
onable tfiem to start a full growth of
j Luxurient Hair, Whiskers, or a
j Moustaohe, in less than SO days. All
| applicstiuns answered by return mail
1 without charge.
lice pact fully yours:
or ! THOS. Ï. CHAPMAN,
Chemiet,
No. 831 Broadway, Now York.
No- 3—2m.
st.. j
12
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Surveyor & Conveyancer
GEORGETOWN. DEL.
SUBSCRIBE for the MESSENGER
, . J
To parties little acquainted with tn4
Finkle & Lyon Sewing Machine« thi
careful perusal of the Company's Cir
c^ÄL~£«.J7
is rery specific, and will be found high
ly instructive, having been prepared
with much care, and we will abide by
all Maternent« therein made.
The following brief quotation is char
acteristic of the entire Circular:
"This Machine is better adapted than
any other Sewing Machine in marked
the frequent changes and almost endhiss
variety of sewing required in a family;
for it will sew from one to twe*ty
thickness of Marseilles without st*p
ping, and make every stitch perMrt
Will sew from the finest gauze to the
heaviest cloth, andeven the a tou te» t Irar
Souther, without „hanging the feW*
needle or tension, or making anv adjust- 1
ment of machine whatever." '
Tho* have we successfully overcome
the mot t difficult point in the Sewing"
.Machine arl. It waa no ordinary tri
umph. Defiantly can we now »ay, "No
other Machine compares with itmlhis
respect." Hence, have we uniformly
—almost without exception—taken the
highest premium, whenever the Machin*
haj been properly exhibited in compel!
non with other first-class Sewing Ma
chines, lienee is it that we are able to
offer the following guarantee, viz., " Wy
Warrant everv Machine we sell to give
BETTKii »atisfaclion than any other Sew-;
ing Machine in market, or money re- !
funded." We never sell a Machin* on ;
all* other terms. The guarantee is as ;
reliable ns the note of any btisiiieas malt i
ill ihe land. Formule then five years !
have we relied upon such fart* f >r the
reputation of »nr Machine;and without
a single travelling agent in the field, there*
is scarcely a neighbourhood on the con*'
tineut where the Machine i* not fivors
bljr known. We prefer such a reputa
tion to one based on uipre "talking
points," as they are technically called in
the trade. Hence we make hut one
kind nl'stitch, viz., the lock-stitch, alike
on both sides, requiring only one-third
tile thread ol oilier kinds of stitches,
j N. B. Local Agents wanted in evrVV
county throughout the West Special
inducements offered.
TINKLE A LYON S. M. CO.,
638 11 ROADWAY, NEW YORK.
No. 47—1y.
FINKLE ft LYON
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
538 Broadway, New York.
ne<*
of
A
in
k
A.
ESTABLISHED 1760.
PETER LORILLAI D,
SNUFF & TOBACCO
Manufacturer
16 & 18 CHAMBERS ST.,
(Formerly 42 Ohauiburs Streut, N. Y .{
\Vou!d call the attention of Dealer!
to the articles oi hie liiuinifai lure,
vis:
BROWN SNUFF.
Demigras,
Maeabny,
Fine Rappee, l'uie Virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Nachitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen.
YELLOW SNUFF.
Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch,
High Tout Seuich, Fre*h Honey Dew
[Seoteli,
to
Fresh Seoteli,
* Irish High Toast nr Luniiyfnoi.
Attention it called to the
large Rsduction in Triers of Fine
cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
which will be be found of a superior
Quality.
in
Wh son
nca Count» !
New ifork
A GOOD MILCH COW. APPLY
AT THE MESSENGER OFFCE.
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TOBACCO.
MOKIKO. riNRCCTCHKWUlO. SMOKINO
P. A. L., or plain, S. Jago,
Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish
No 2, Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canaster
Nos 1 A 2 mixed, Tin Foil Cavendish,
Granulated
N. B.—A circular of price* will be sent
No. 4—ly.
Long,
No. 1,
Turkish.
on applieation.
nr
1
To Consumptives.
HE ADVKRT1ZKRT1AV1NG been
reelored to health in a few weeks, by
a-vacy-rinipU remedy, after, having anf.
fered several years with a sever* long
i affeetion, and that dread disease, Con
j sumption—ie anxioua to make known to
hi * »»•w-suffortrs the mean, of ouro.
j ^*° desire it, he will send a
00 PJ of th * P rt#cn P t,on u## d (f red of
2Ï3ÂÇ«
e find a sure Curt for Consumption, .1s
1 /Amu, Bronchitis, Ac. The only object
j of the advertiser in sending the Per
a , toription is to benefit the afflicted, and
! spread information whioh he oonceives
to be invaloable, and he bopee every
i sufferer will try hi* remedy, a* it will
! «*•» 'hem nothing, and may prove a
blesling.
'
Rev. Enw*R».yA
Willisnishorffi Ki
No. 4—3m.
WANTED.
; THOMAS ROBINSON,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
GEORGETOWN, DEL.,
.
VJtHKY QO RIGHT
INSTANT RELIEF! V
stop tour çouan!
PURIFY YOUR BREATH!
STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICE'.'.
_
8PALDINGPS
Throat Confections!
** E
Good for Clergymen, good for Lec
turers, good for public Speaker*, good
for Singers, good for Consumptives.
Gentlemen carry Spalding s throat
Confections, Ladies are delighted with
Spalding'* Throat Confections. Chu
dren cry for Spalding's I hroat Confee
tin»*. They relieve a Cough instantly,
They clear tit* Throat. 1 hey give
strength and volume to the voice, 4 hey
impart a delicious aroma to ths breath,
They are delightful to the taste. They
»re made of simple héros and cannot
harm s.iy one. I advise i«y one who
» r »»? h ot » «"»*7 * Bid
1 Breath, or any difficulty of the 1 hroat
1o get a package of my 1 hroat Confec
tisns; they will relieve you instantly,
add you will agree with me that "'hey
go right to the spot," You will find
them very useful and pleasant while
travelling or attending publie meeting*
for stilling your Cough or allaying vour
thirst. * If you try use package. 1
safe in saying that vru will ever alter,
wardB consider them indispensable,
You will lind them a 1 the Druggists and
Dealers in Medicines,
PRICE TH E N 1i-HI A C£A TS.
Mv signature is on each package.
All otlicr* are counterfeit.
! A Package will be sent bv mail, pre
; paid on receipt of Thirty Cema.
; dross _.
i HENRY C.SPALDING,
! 48 CKDAB STRKUT, NSW Tonic,
TO THE 8P0T!
ly
be
in
er
am
I
i
:
j
;
- ..... . i
BSgr-Mv die ii.e'i.f these Pill»tlm pa- : ,
rioclie attacks »I Neroons or Sick Head -j
».»I j
RÄ *" *■■"' - *" !
Phev selilom fail iw removing the j
.Vaiii R and Headache m which lemales !
Ad
CEPHALIC PILLS
CUHK
SICK HEADACHE!
ctinE
NERVOUS HEADACHE!
CORK
BILLIGES HEADACHE!
»iihjrct. ;
They art gently upon the bowel*— j
removing Cas'ivcnen. |
Put fJtermy lUrn, Stud*,.!,. DelnUHe
FemaV* and all person, of seden ary \
hahtft, they are valuibl* a» a iMXäitve,
improving tlis appetite, giving tone and
rigor to the digestive organs, and re
»tnring thrir natural elasticity and
strength to the wind« system.
The Crphaln- Pill* are the result nf
lung investigation ami earelully conduct
ÏÏÆIÏÂ'hS
arlie, wln'llirroriginating in the iiemout
deranged state oftlie stom
arc
nianv
»yi-tcir or a
urh.
They are entirely vegetable in their
sail may he taken at *11
ilh perfect »afety. without mak
ing any rhange of dirt, and the obtener j
uf Hill} disagreeable taste render* itea»y i
to adin:ni*ier the n to children.
j
j
composition
lime* tv' 1
KEWAKK Or COUNTER OBIT*.
The genuine have five sigiia
lure* of îlenrv G. Spalding on rseli box
Sold hv Drugzist and all other dealers
in Medicines. A box will he sent by
mad. prepaid, on receipt of the Price,
25 Cent*.
All orders should b* addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 CWAR street, n it w-Y ork.
, ,
.Spalding 8 I* repared Glue. {
,
j
qjPONOMv! DnwrATCtt!
Sftr-A stitch in time saves nine.-^
wetl\è7ut*ted\rmîr.e h * a Tu vrïv P dë
idem wav for repairing Ftirnilure, T'ovs,
Crockery, <fcc. '
SP4,IJ>I«G'8 PREPARED GLUE,
Meet» alt euch emergencies, and ho
household can afford to be without it.
It i* always ready ami up to the »ticking
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.
«• B-A br »*b aecompamea each bottle!
HENRY C. SPALDING,
*• -AD. 48 CEDAR STREET N. Y.
!
CAUTION! As ceruin unprincipled
prfBons are attempting to palm olf on
the unatispeetmg public, imitations ofinv
PREP A BED GLUE, I would caution
all person* to cxainiue before purchas
ing, and see that the full name
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
; is oq the outride wrapper—all others are
j swindling counterfeits.
! HFSm
. ONE DO LI
VAVCB.
_ 'A single bottle of
Spalding's Prepared Glue,
will save ten-times its cost.
Spaliiinj;'» Prepared Glue!
SAVE THE PIECES!
PRICE 25 CENTS.
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Address.
MESSENGER, ONLY
LARA A Y EAR IN AD
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
" q|> the
Brave Soldiers & Sailors.
U 3 V
HOLLOWAY S PILLS
And OINTMENT.
All who have Friends and Rela
tives in the army or Navy, should
take especial care, that they be amp
ly supplied with these Pills and Oint
ment; and where the brave Soldiers
and Sailors hare neglected to pro
vide themselves with them, bo better
present can be sent them by their
friends. They have been proved
be i^te Soldier s never-fajlt^g-friend
in »kV hour of need.
to
Coughs and Colds affecting
Troops.
Will be speedily relieved and ef
fectually cured by using those admi
rable medicines, and by paying prop
er attention to the Directions which
»re attached to each Pot or. Box.
Sick Headaches and Want of
Appetite, Incidental to Soldiers.
Those feelings which so sadden us.
uuually arise from trouble or annoy
ances, obstructed prespiration, or
ci ting and drinking whatever is un
wholesome, thus disturbing the j
healthful action of the liver and '
stomach. These organs must be re- j
lieml, if you desire to do -well. The j
I Pills, taking according to the print- j
i ed instructions, will quickly produce |
: a liPalthy action in both liver and
j stomach, and as a natural const I
IST*'*" '""""'■i
Will soon <it**pp**r by the use
'nto*c invaluable* rills, and fn<* Sol !
, iior wi!1 ,, ui(: kl T acquiro additional !
, tl . cllgl | t . jjever let the Bowels be j
j *•" * ilho ; or *°; ,,! j
!
j mended foi Dysentery and Flnx. cit
many persons supposing that they
; would increase the relaxation. Thia
j jg * great mistake, for these Pills will
| correct the liver and stomach and
l|)tlg removc ,H t l lc 3Cr i,l h'uroOU'B
\ f , 10 t(jm Thc me , M wi| ,
. / , • , , ,
8 v8 yonc.nl igut to the wliolt i
ur ff a "'® »jetem however deranged, j
while health and streng. h follow it: ,
a matter of course. Nothing wih '
stop the relaxation of the Bowel* so!
sure ns this famous medicine.
Volunteers Attention!
Indiscretions of Youth.*
So (-8 and Ulcers, Blotches and I
Swellings, cun with ccrtaint w'he rad- !
ically cured if the 1'ill* ate taken
night ami morning, nod the Oint
ment bo freely need ns stated in the
printed instructions. If treated in
C
to
j «py other manner they dry up in
i ,, ne |,„ rt to break nut
H licteas this Ointment will remove
j the liutnois from the system and
j leave the Patient a vigorous and *
healthy man. It wilt require a little
in anotlier.
. , ,
prcscrvHi.co m bad cases to insure a
lasting < u e.
Foil Wound* bitiikr occasioskd bt
TI | B BaYONUT, SaBKE OH TUB Bun
lut, Sones ok Bruises.
wh j ch &ver y Soldier and Sailor
arc liable, tltere are no medicines so
safe, sure and convenient a. Hoi
Iowa«'a Pills and Ointment. The
poor wounded and almost dying suf-1
{ furor might have Ida wound» dresse-!
, himself witli this matchless Ointment. I
j which should be thrust into the wound j
and smeared all rcued it, tbun coy-j
er *ff with n piece ol linen 'fromhir'
Knapsack and comprescd with a
h «"^« r chief. Taking night and
m r ng C |° r8 1, . 1, ' fl t00 t . C001
! P'.* ve, ' l lnfl * n '" llQ '': ,
! Üve, '- Y Sebliers Knapsack and Ssa- j
"*•''» che »* » 1 ' 0u1 ' 1 b « provided with !
these valaublc Remedies. j p
CAUTION 7—None are genuine un- j
. | es> words "Holi.owaT, Nbw York |
i and London," are discernable asa Wa
j fer-mark in every laaf of tha book of di
I r , etions » roun d e aeh pot er box; the
se in* may be plainly seen by holding \
the leaf to the light. A handsome re-1
I ward will be given to any on* rendering j
! ,ueh information as may lead to tha da- j
: le . c ! ion of '"J P* rt J or partfoa oonnler- ; e
, fettiuff the medicines or vending tb* nm,
knowing them to be spurious. ;
. 8old at the Manufactory of Pro
j Hoi,loway, 80 Maiden Lsa* Now
York, and by all reapee table Druggist snd
Dealers in Mediome, throughout the eiv
i >l"«d world, intoxe*at25 cent.,02o*nt*
1 and #1 eaeh.
,'i.
There is considerable saying by
i taking the larger sizes
' N. B.—Directions for the guidance
of patients in every disorder ere affixod
to each bog.
No. 16.—ly.
Hoop Skirts.
Just received from Auction » large
stock of Hoop Skirts at old price*
vie at 3 cents per spring,
very fine at 81. 25. For sale by
Thob. Wallac*.
Milford March. 23 d, 1863.
JUST RECEIVED a full Meek of
boots and shoes for Men, Women,
Boys, ff/isses and Children. m
For sale cheap by
■oma
Tnos. Wali.acb,
Milford March 23 d, 1863.
CLOVER SEED, A prime
article. For sal* by
THOMAS WALLACE,
Milford March 23 d, 1863.
JUST RECEIVED, sugar cared
12$ ote per lb.
Hams at
Dried beef rery fine, 12$
White Sugar,
Brown do
Herrings,
For sale by
14
(».<" *•
12 $ «
|f2.60 per bhl.
THOMAS WALLACE,
Milford March 23 d, 1863.
JUS1 RECEIVED 30 Different
Styles fancy Cassimoree, some very
fine. For sale by
Thomas Wali.acb,
Milford March 23d, 1863.
Just Received.
j Brown Muslin,
' Bleached do
j Detain, best,
j \Ve have a geucrnl stock of Dry
j Goods which will besold below Phil
| ailclphia prises, full and see.
JTIOMAS WALLACE,
I Milford Del , March '28r«f 1863.
Tons Tangh am, Tr's,
War ™'
A large i-tock of Dry Goods which
will be sold cheap "for the times."
Calicoes, 12$ 18$ k 22 eta.
22 to 45
22 to '37$
28 ta 87$ "
No 776 South S.cond Street
,, ***« ab „a
qB0VE 1 NTHARIA A hi , OPPQ
SP'E 3d, BA PI 1ST C1ICRC If,
fiih.aiiki.phia.
w* a... I'lrniliir, h,
cit J
Upland & Sea Island,
Freeh k Genuiuo—also
i TOBACCO 8EKED,
j HAVANA, MARYLAND A
, CONNECTICUT Seed Leaf,
' For Sale bv ROGERS A G EST,
1 Agricultural Store,
£„ 133 Market St.
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Orders from the eoutjtry promptly
attended to.
No. 2—6m.
COTTON SEED,
Wanted.
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A FARM of from One hundrcl to
two hundred and fifty acre* in Kent
County or upper part of Sussex
C mnty in exchange for Marchand!»*
suitiblo for the Wc»t. No objection
to worn nut land. Address W. S.
Box SO Frankford, I'a.
No. 4—3t.
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IIlv,n S ,0Clltc,1 Georgetown öfters,
'»s service te the inhabitant* and vL
c,m 'y.' . th# , recently
JfÇnpmdky James A. Wolfe, as Post
0IRce - _
J. Vf, BAGrOi^j
I PRODUCE COMMISSION
j MERCHANT,
a
408 SeHttls Warves,
I*HIf*ADKI*PHIIA,
Consignments of Lumber, Grain,
Rail-Road Ties, Spokes, Hub*',
, Staves, Egg«, Poultry, Feathers,
j Hides, Furs Ac., Ac., are rerpectful
! ]j su li e it«<l, and the highest market
j p r jee will be obtained for all articles
j consigned, and prompt remittances
| made wheu sold. No. 47.-ly-v,
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F0R SALE ,,
At this offico a lot of Gutta Per
\ cha roofing cement, said to be an
excellent article for stopping leak*
j in roofs. This cement gives a beau
j tiful slate color to the roof answering
; e . ;cry ,, ur pose of paint, besides pre
serving the wood and preventing the
; wat er going through,
\V* can rrfer parties tn a building
, -, thj§ .
-,»),« l,',d b,w if ann'ied far
itc.tn .e a pp e
80 ° n -
<sfï8^
OPERATIVE MECHANICAL.
DENTIST,
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,'i. H. Sl E. K. PAYNTEH
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ATTORN KA S AT LAW,
g E 0RGET0WN ' DgL '
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