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iar, it shall he done." Whew !—Lawrence
Gold and Business.— The trade is re
covering from the paralysis brought on by
the decline in gold, and most of the large
houses are now quite busy. Plenty of
Southern buyers are on hand, and the
Western men begin to flock in pretty fast.
There is not much likelihood of a really
active spring trade, but it will probably
bo better than was expected when the gold
crash came. Stewart and Clafli
ing out an immense quantity of good m dai
ly, but I doubt if they are tmrkiug money.
There has been a great decline in prices
and most of the sales now made afford no
profit, while in many c ses, ns I am in
formed by wholesale men, goods are sold
much below the prices at which they can
be replaced. This means, of course, that
when the new stock comes in prices will
atively quiet, the lute whirlwind having
blown over, and the bulls and bea
engaged in taking breath for another
scrimmage. The excitement during tin
latter part of last week was quite as 13e«l
lamish and bewildering as that witnessed
when gold was kiting above 200, but it
has subsided, temporarily at least, and a
stranger might go into a Gold Boom now
without imagining himse'f in a lunatic
asylum. The specie payment spurt, star
ted some ten days ago by a few enterpris
ing saloon-keepers, is fast exhausting it
self and may not hold out much longer.
Fisk still keeps it going at his Opera
House—on rather a email seale though—
and at some other places small silver is
still given out in change, but unless gold
falls to par, or near it this specie payment
movement won't last.—A r . Y. Cor. of the
Wall street is
The Interest Bill.
the Maryland Legislature, to increase the
rate of legal interest, was defeated in the
House last week by a vote 27 to 38.
bill, while it continued the usual rate of
interest at six per cent, authorized as high
as ten per ccut. to be charged, provided
an agreement to that effect be made in
writing. The Baltimore Sun thinks that
the bill would have stood a better chance
of success had it contained a provision
that for money lent on mortgage or other
real estate security not more than six per
cent, shall he received. The opposition
was mainly from the country member*
and such a provision as the above would
have tended to molify them.
-The bill before
SIX CORD SPOOL COTTON.
It is the Best.
Recommended by all who have used it as being
equal in every respect, if not superior to any
known Thread. For sale by
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS,
PRICE 8 CENTS PER SPOOL.
*00,000 TWO-YEAB OLD
OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS—PRICE $2.»0
CUIXJNGS $1 per Thousand.
apr. I —tf
T ARGE QUANTITY OF CHESTNUT RAILS
JL FOR SALE!!
^pply to GEORGE COLLINS,
*J>r 2—tf Sassafras Station. Del.
Cost of Conokkshmkn.— A full Senates
consists of seveuty-four momburs, and
their united expenses, including compensa
tion, mileage, officers, and "contingen
cies," amount to $007,258 or $8,882 lor
each member. The House, when all the
States are fully represented, including the
delegates from the Territories, numbers
201 members, whose expenses similar to
the above foot up $1,908,013, which gives
$7,584 to each. In both cases the amounts
are exclusive of the burdens entailed upon
the country by the franking abuse, the
printing of worthless documents, the inter
est on the cost of the gorgeous edifice which
was built for the accommodation of Con
gressmen, and various other items which
are "too numerous to mention," as well as
some that do not expose themselves to the
The police of Paris arc actively pursu
ing their investigation of the alleged con
spiracy against the Emperor Nearly all
the parties arrested, so far, arc working
Some Burglars broke into tho Pcaborly
tomb on Wednesday night, atid stole tile
silver plate and handles from the burial
'4lie increase of specie in the Bank of
England, last week, was £552,000. In
the Bank of Franco, 2,000,000 francs.
La Concorde is the title of a new reli
gious journal which has just made its ap
pearance in Paris, with Kev. Perc Hya
cinthe as chief editor.
The Mineral Constituents of Indian
A N Analysis
it ti> con tu
of the ash of Indian C
tain Potash, Soda, Silica, Lime
intial to the
acids. All these ingredients
proper development of the plant,
one of them it cannot flourish. A
tv-five bushels per acre re
POUNDS of Mineral Matter fr
this be not restored to the laud it becomes ex
rop of t wen
es SK V EN TEEN
the soil. If
All the above ingredients are contained i
Raw Bone Super Phosphate
ipablc of being at
and the reason
.»adily soluble form, and
i la ted by the
This is the secret of its great sue
• most capable and
•s prefer it to any other inanur
Improve your Seed—"The
Best is the Cheapest."
THE PREMIUM SANFORD CORN.
d most productive field Corn,
>• yielded the past unl'av
100 Bush.Is .Shelled Cor
ted in the s:
illi equal chi
mat of other
earlier a ml yiehled (lonb)e the a
ill pay cost of seed. Scud s
ve circular, with testimonials I
fanners throughout tho «•«
I, postpaid, 75c; 2 quarts, $1
25. One peck, per express o
half bushel, $3; one bushel, $5.
Jamesport, Long Island, New York.
.20; 4 quarts,
• freight, $2 ;
Address S. B.
THE DUPLEX TU I! JUNE.
heel inexistence. Great
"]Y[ OT equaled by any
li economy of w
s. Adapted to all kinds
illustrated Pamphlet with useful Ta
J. E. STEVENSON,
Lie for variable
83 Liberty st. New \
iJO HAS A HOUSE TO PAINT?
R WADY-.M A DE COLORS,
Known as 4 * Railroad" Colors. Guaranteed to
•c economical, more durable and m«>re con
■ Paint ever before offered
A book entitled "Plain talk
■lit free by
! * I'
MAS UR Y k Will TON,
d Color Works, 111 Ful
Kslablishcd in 1835. Be
Globe White Lead
ton st. New York,
ware of Imitations.
100,000 No. 1 Peach Trees For Sale.
r old from bud,
LL Loading Varieties,
perfectly healthy, wo
t $6 per hundred, $40 per thousand;
packed and delivered free of charge on Railroad
at llightstowu. Send for trade list.
Will sell .
llightstown, N. J.
march 2 G —li
C 1ERTA1N Parties being in the habit of sup
t plying themselves with Fuel from my Yard,
at unreasonable hours, a rc
lars is hereby ottered for the apprehension
conviction of such thief or thieves.
.•ward of Twenty Dol
E. T. EVANS,
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
R espectfully announces to the public
that he has just received and oilers for sale,
a large and well-selected stock of the latest styles
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, at reduced
prices. Give him a call, he defies competition,
march 2 G —2 mos
ANTED.—A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
reference. Apply to
small family, with good
ANN E. LORD,
H QW' Shull we Paint our Houses, by J. W.
Mabijry, Cl. 220 p. $1.50. Free by mail
"eipt of price,
Masury k Whiton.
House Painting, by J. W. Masury.
Free by mail on receipt
, N. Y. m. 26-3m
Cl. 48 p. 40c.
Masury & Whiton
S EE» POTATOES.— WHITE and KED
Peach Blow Potatoes, for seed, for sale by
march 26—4w E. C. FEN I MORE,
Clock and Vtoitch Making
r TMlE undersigned having located himself
X Middletown, Delaware, in the Shop former
ly occupied by Charles A. Balliard, on Broad
will give prompt attention to
REPAIRING GOLD OR SILVER WATCH
ES, CHRONOMETERS, JEWELRY, $c.
him skill in
A long experience has giv
art, and will enable him to give entire satisfac
tion. T. E. EVANS.
O VER 2000 Pieces of well se
which I will sell at New York and Philadelphia
retail prices : also a large variety of Borders
suit. D. L. DUNNING.
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
Brokers & Real Estate Agents,
BROAD STREET ABOVE MAIS,
A ttend promptly to the collec
NOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, &e. &e.
NEGOTIATE LOANS, PURCHASE A SELL
STOCKS ON COMMISSION,
And offer for sale
Valuable Real Estate,
Comprising some of the most desirable Farms ou
Correspondence by mail solicited.
Refer by permission to tho following named
lion. R. C. Holiday, Sec. of State, Annapo
W. It. Bergholz, Memphis k 111 Paso Pacific
Railroad, N. Y.
R. Atkinson, Banker, 41 Broad st # N. Y.
Hon. Richard Schell, 50 Wall 44 "
Col. Blanton Duncan, Louisville, Ky.
Geo. Bcir, Adj. General, Baltimore, Md.
Geo. W. Karsner,
J. W. Vandegrift,
Seyfert, McManus k Co.
Gen. Robert Patterson,
B. F. Chatham,
Phi la. Nat. Bank.
DE. THOMAS H. GILPIN,
(successor to dr. j. j. vanderford,)
iduutc of (he Pcunsylvnnln College of
O FFERS his professional sc
the citizens of Middletovv
n and vi
ARTIFIGTAI/TEETH Mounted on Dental Vul
canite, a material superior to metals in its adapt
Persons having badly adjusted gold plates can
exchanged for the Vulcanite.
Great care will be given to Children's Teeth ;
irregulurties corrected, and deciduous teeth pre
served until the permanent ones make their ap
piJ" A superior Dentifrice constantly
d Main streets,
the corner of Scott «
formerly occupied by D. L. Dunning.
Dr.T. L. Buckingham, Professor Pennsylva
nia College of Denial Surgery.
Dr. E. T. Darby, Philadelphia.
Dr. Thomas H. Musgrove, Elkton, Md.
Dr. II. II. Mitchell, "
Samuel B. Foard, Esq. " "
Rev. Henry H. Mathews " "
HE undersigned respectfully infor
izens of Middletow
nd vicinity that he has
Main street, opposite the Pe
ay always be
insular Machine Worl
s, and of the best qual
found, at the lowest p
Hams, Pork, Lard,
DRIED BEEF, MACKEREL AND HERRING,
COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR,
general variety of GROCERIES.
>al and Feed, Watson'
, Confectionaries, Tolu
nd soda. Ad.
sets, Lnndrcth garden seed of all
ly Rose, Early Goodrich. White Sprout
d Peach Blow Potatoes.
Git KEN AND D1UED FRUITS,
d Vegetables; Pickles, Grec
Vegetables, Poultry. Eggs, aud
his friends at all
lie will be happy to
d holies they will give hi
ill also pay flic highest cash pri«es for
11 try. Eggs, Dried Fruits, and all kinds of
DE WITT C. WALKER,
Middletown, March 5— G
EG 1ST Elf S OFFCE,
New Castle C
ty, March 8th, 1370.
the application of Martin E. Walker, ad
tor. C. T. A. of John W. Gallahan. late
Hundred in said county, de
rdert-d and directed by the Register that the
Rico of tli
s of Administration upon the Estate
cd, with the date of granting thereof,
dvertisenmts to he posted within for
tho date of such Letters, in six of
ol St. G
administrator afore said, giv
ing of L
of the de
y days IV
lie most public places of the county of N
tie, requiring all por.ons having demands
• abide bv
the Estate, to present the same,
Act of Assembly in such case made and provided ;
the same to be inserted within
the same period in the Middletown Transcript, a
newspaper published in Middletown, and to be
continued therein two months.
nder the hand and .Seal ofOf
and also to c;
j !.. s. I (ice of the Register
**-- ' Castle county aforesaid, the d
B. GIBBS, Re
All persons having claims against the Estate of
the deceased must present the same duly attested
to the administrator on or before March 8th,
1871, or abide the Act of Assembly in such case
made and provided. MARTIN E. WALKER.
Address—Middletown, Del. Adm. C. T. A.
roll 19—2 m
FRENCH BOOT & SHOE MAKER
NO. 112 EXCHANGE PLACE,
Between Chestnut and Walnut and 2nd and 3rd ,
BOTTIER AND CORDONNIER.
Nothing but the best French Calf-skin used
here. All orders promptly attended
pairing neatly dune.
ESTABLISHED IN 1810.
FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT.
J. & W. Jones,
No. 432 North Front Street* Philadelphia, Pa.
D YE Silks, Woolen and Fancy Goods of ev
ery description. Their superiority of dye
ing ladies' and gentlemeu's garments is widely
known. Crape and Merino Shawls dyed the
most brilliant and plain colors. Crape and me
shawls cleansed to look like new. Also,
geutleumn s apparel, and curtains, cleansed or
re-dyed. Kid Gloves cleansed or dyed to look
like new. Call and look at our w
march 12—2 mot
NE PAIR OF GOOD MULES & _
UNE PAIR OF HORSES. SoldjŒâ
E. R. COCHRAN.
on trial ; taken back and
not as represented,
OK HUNT.—The Room in
the Town Hall now occupied
by the Citizens' National Bank ot
Middletown. Possession given ou
the 25th of March Apply to
Win. H. BARF, Sec,
Super Phosphate of Lime.
Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Wheat & Grass,
as add to the fertility of your soil, by a
judicious and economical mode of
Get the value of your outlay the first
Obtain better filled eais
nd heavier grain,
land permanently fertile.
sixteen years of constant use, on all crops,
has proven that Baugh's Raw Hone Phosphate
may be depended upon by Farmers.
Highly Improved and Standard W
For sale by agricultural dealers generally.
Olllcc—No. 20 South Delaware Avenue,
Super Phosphate of Lime,
Ammonia and Potash.
Sale by all Leading Dealers.
A Perfect Fertilizer for all Crops.
O N account of the reduced cost of raw mate
rials, I am enabled to sell "Complete Ma
d by the aid of new
n condition, also in
achinery, it is improved i
anted free fr
HENRY BO WER , Manufacturing C/umist,
Gray's Firry Road, Philadelphia.
This manure contains all the elements of plant
in a soluble form, containing as well, food
for giving lusting food to the soil.
Experience in the use of " Complete Manure"
by the best farmers of Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Delaware, Maryland, and of the New England
•Sûtes, running through a period of thre
trial, has resulted in
Fertilizer now offered lor sale.
confirming It to be the Best
DIXON, SHABPLESS & CO.
10 S. Delaware Avei
n't Plillndilpliiii, Pa.
150 South Street, Baltimore, Maryland.
sale also by
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS
-3m s & 3m f
R 'r '" is
.•«.* guaranteed to bo gr
ill be sold i
suit any purchscrs.
Livingston's Large Ear
Troth's Early Red
p the World
Red Cheek Malt-cotton
Kin/ of Delaware
ets Late White
! Druid Hill
G rape Vinks—C
u, Clinton and other va
flot House Grapes.
d White Dutch,
2 ys. old.
( i ooafc UEIUUB9.— A m e r i ca n Seed 1 i
—As large as 2 yc
Early Wilson, Kittatinny, aud Lawton Blaclc
t. Charles Downing.
Rhubarb— Wyatt's L
's Albany, Agricultu
touii and Stringer.
hand a selec ted
ssortment of White
.. . - ,, ...iy quan
r Baskets, beiug their
i >ak split Baskets,
tity of the Clay
Agent at this place.
300 bushels of Early Rose Potatoes, of choice
A. T. BRADLEY
R EGISTER'S ORDER.— Register's Office,
New Castle Co. Feb. 24, 1870.
Upon the application of J. RANDOLPH HOL
TON, Admisistrator of Spencer P. Holton, late
St. Georges Hundred in said county, deceased;
it is ordered and directed by the Register that
the administrator aforesaid, give notice of
granting of Letters of Administration upon
Estate of the deceased, with the date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to bo posted
within forty days from the date of such Letters,
in six of the most public places of the County
New Castle, requiring all persons having*de
mands against the Estate, to present the same,
or abide by an Act of Assembly
made and provided. And also cause the same
to be inserted within the same period in the Mid
Middletown, and to be continued therein tw
- --- -, Given under the hand and Seal
< l. s. > Office of the Register aforesaid, in New
^'-v—'•* Castle county aforesaid, tho day
year above written.
B. GIBBS, Register.
s having claims against
the Estate ol the deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Administrator,
February 24th, 1871, or abide the act of Assem
bly in such case made and provided.
J. Randolph Holton, Admisistrator.
mo THE WORKING CLASS.—W
prepared to furnish all classes with employ
ment at home, the whale of the time or for
spare moments. Business new, light and profita
ble. Persons of either sex easily earn from
to $5 per evening, and a proportional sum by
voting their whole time to the business.
earn nearly ns much as men.
all who see this notice may send their address
and test tiie business, we make this i:
î not well satisfied
offer : To such as
send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing,
particulars, a valuable sample, which w"'
Literary Cam paid
family newspapers published—all sent free
mail . Reader if you want permanent, profitable
work, address E. C. ALLEN & CO.
copy of The People's
of the largest and
Farmers and Horsemen!!!
up HE THOROUGHBRED STALLION jfffk
1 JOE BflOl/r
Will stand for Marcs, the ensuing sea
son at Middletown, Bohemia Mills, and Mr.
thony Ueybold's. Commencing the first week
April at Middletown and Bohemia Mills (every
other day at the latter placel, alternate weeks
Mr. Anthony Reybold's. Those wishing to
prove their stock, would do well to see Joe
suiting themselves elsewhere. For Terms
Pedigree sec small bills,
PACIFIC GUANO CO.
JOHN S. REESE & CO.
OFFICES:—122 South Del. Avc. PHILADEL
PHIA, 10 South St. BALTIMORE.
Ü Fertilizer introduced to the Farmers of
the Middle and Southern States has given
more general aud uniform satisfaction than this
The trade in it has steadily increased until the
far exceeds that of any other fertilizer.
throughout the entire country
The large capital involved in its production af
fords the surest guarantee of its continued excel
lence. The company has a far greater interest
in the permanence of its trade than any number
of consumers can have; hence it is the highest
interest of the company to put the best Fertilizer
into the market, that their unusual facilities, aid
ed by the best scientific ability, can produce.
This Guano is sold at retail by local agents of
the Company throughout New Jersey, Delaware,
Pennsylvania, and the Southern States, and by
JOHN S. REESE & CO.
General Agents for the Co.
Feb. 12—3ms k 3mf
rjMIE PHILADELPHIA TRUST
AND INSURANCE COMPANY,
id Burglar-Proof Vaults'in the
PHILADELPHIA RANK BUILDING,
421 Chestnut Street.
• For safe-keeping of Government Bonds and
other Securities, Family Plate, Jewelry, and oth
er Valuables, under special guarantee, at the
The Company also offer for Rent at rates vary
ing from $15 to $75 per annum, the renter alone
holding the key, Small Safes in the Burglar
Proof Vaults, affording absolute security aguinst
Fire, Theft, Burglary, and accident.
All fiduciary obligations, such as Trusts,
Guardianships, Executorships, etc. will be
dcrtiiken and faithfully discharged.
Circulars, giving lull details, forwarded
Lewis It. Ashhurst,
Benjamin B. Comegys,
J. Livingston Erringer, F. Ratehford Starr,
R. P. McCullach. j Daniel Haddock, Jr.
James L. Clughor
Edward Y. Townsend,
j John D. Taylor,
lion. William A. Porter.
President—Lewis It. Ashhurst.
Vice President—J. Livingston Erringer.
Secretary and Treasurer— R. P. McCullab.
Solicitor—Richard L. Ashhurst.
MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE.
S. W. ROBERTS,
mPAKES pleasure i
-L of Middletown
that the liberal pair
> offer to the public the greatest
riety, and host selected stock of Stoves, both
Cooking and Heating, ever offered in Middletown,*
and at prices that cannot fail to please. Among
the assort ment are the following
nouncing to his friends
ge he has received has in
and others made in tho city.
GAS BURNING BASE,
UNION AIR TIGHT
Also, SEXTON'S PARLOR HEATERS.
Stoves of all kinds suitable for Stores, Offices,
Bar-rooms, and School Houses.
Also, the Morning Glory and the Oriental, both
'n beauty and efficiency. They c
operation at the store of tiie proprietor.
All sizes of Bar-r
oves repaired at short notic
Old Stoves taken i
Stoves and Ten-plate
jST'Ö"TlN WARE at wholesale and retail.
As I have practical workmen employed, 1 think
give satisfaction to all who favor me with
their work. Particular attention paid to Roof
ing and Spouting.
AT IIIS BRANCH STORE, GALENA, MD,
He has a large stock of Stoves and Tin Ware on
hand, and is prepared to fill all orders for
STOVES, TIN WARE, ROOFING, SPOUTING, AC. AC.
at the shortest notice and
the best terms.
S. W. ROBERTS.
Middletown, February 12, 1870—ly
A. M' RLRATH, N. Y.
. D. DICKSON, DOVER, DEL.
E. B. BICE
Warner, Dickson & McElrath,
338 GREENWICH ST. N. Y.
We make a specialty of
PEACHES, PEARS, APPLES, BERRIES,
GRAPES, and all kinds of Perishable Fruits.
Dan'l B. Cummins, Pres. Gerard Bank, Phila.
Geo. W. Cummins, Smyrna.
Dr. Henry Ridgely, Dover.
Win. M. Shakespear, "
Gov. G. Saulsbury, 4 '
Ex-Gov. Wm. 11. Ross, Seaford, Del.
James Ponder, Esq. Milton, Del.
Dr. Alex. Ilardcastle, Caroline county, Md.
John R. Sudler. Queen Ann's " "
S. S. Wycoff, 104 Murray street, N. Y.
J. H. Chase, Washington Mills, "
E. R. Arnold, Severn River, Md
B. N. Fox k Co. N. Y.
I. REYNER DUKES,
Denton , Md.
J. ALFRED MAY,
Elkton , Md.
MAY & DUKES,
||RAIN k GENERAL PRODUCE
No. 24 SOUTH WATER ST.
Between Chestnut & Market Sts*
Consignments of Grain and Produce solicited.
Orpers for Guano, Fertilizers and Groceries,
promptly attended to.
A WHITE GIRL with good recommenda
find a home with
J. B. CLARKSON.
304 W. M. KENNARD 306
304 & 306
Is now prepared to offer to Cash Buyers
the best selected, greatest variety, and
largest assortment of goods ever
offered in this State.
THE CARPET ROOM
Having been enlarged, is filled With a fine variety
of the best makes of English and American
Tapestry, Brussels, Three-Ply, Ingrain,
kc. Oil Cloths, all widths, Cocoa
and Canton Mattings, Rugs,
Matts, Window Shades,
Fixtures, Stair Rods,
ko, 4«. &e. Ae.
In the Wholesale Dépannent
Will he found all the best makes of Sheetings,
Shirtings, kc. all of which will be sold at
York Wholesale Pritos.
The Cloth and Cassimere Department
Is one of the most extensivein the establishment,
comprising all kinds of goods fer
Ladies', Men's k Boy's wear.
The Flannel Department
PS" For Variety, eauuot be «arpaeaed "OB*,
Sheeting and Muslin Department
id all kinds of the best goods will
be cut at very low prices.
The Hosiery and Glove Counter
Will be found full and complete at all time«.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
Of all kinds at reasonable rates.
The Dress Goods Room
Is the pride of the House, special attention being
paid to this department.
W. M. K. constantly in the New York and
Philadelphia markets, enables him to procure all
and desirable goods at the lowest rates, and
as he buys direct from the importer in large lots,
it is to his advantage to sell cheap, that goods
may be turned out fast, thus keeping the stock
new aud lively all the time.
All are invited to call, feeling assured that
they will not be disappointed either in assort
ment or prices.
W. M. KENNARD
304 & 306 Market st.
Oct. D, 1869.— y
OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS,
VERY LARGE AND FINB.
Small FBUIT PLANTS & VINES,
OF THE BEST VARIETIES OF
ST It A WBERRY,
It A SPUE It nr,
EL A CK BERRY,
A OR APE.
EARLY ROSE £ OTHER SEED POTATOES
For Information and Prices, apply to
Woodside Small Fruit Nursery*
MT. PLEASANT, DEL.
Cecil Democrat, Kent News and -Transcript,
Delawarean, Del. Gazette, Republican, copy 8
months and send bill to advertiser.
| > HOHES
THE STANDARD MANURE.
POTTS & KLETT,
Camden, New Jersey.
The attention of Farmers is especially called to
Rhodes Super Phosphate,
as the most valuable and reliable manure for
ns for other crops, as
of fifteen years.
This long established and standard manure is
prepared expressly for DRILLING, and particu
it 1ms obtained.
wheat and grass, as well
attested by an experie
is taken to maintain the high reputation
A TRUE BIRD GUANO.
men m ruosiiPATEs t alkaline
Substitute for Ground Raw Bones.
.$30 per ton, of 2000 lbs.
For sale by dealers and by
YARNALL & TRIMBLE,
Wholesale Agents Pennsylvania, New
Jersey and Delaware.
^TMIE undersigned having removed to Main
X street, opposite the National Hotel, Middle
town, Del. intends to devote his whole attention
GRAIN AND LIME BUSINESS.
Will pay on order of Messrs. William Lea k Sons,
Brandywine Mills, or Eiihu Jefferson, New Castle,
Del. the highest cash price for grain, delivore<l
at Del. R. R.
Also will fill orders for
Rambo's, White's & Kenneday'B Lime
In store aud for sale
MORO PHILIPS' BAUGH'S RA WBONB $
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEEDS,
FLOUR, FEED, AND CORN MEAL.
pS" Don't forget—opposite the National Ho
tel, Middletown, Del.
A. T. BRADLEY.
dfcl H (H W | Wanted on Bond and Morb*
MU_I V'jUUU gage, liberal—apply to
Geo. W. Ingram k Oo.
F arm in rent county, md. of no
ACRES, UPON NAVIGATION,
''or Sale upon very reasonable terms. Apply
oct. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM k CÙ.
D elaware rail road bonds,
DELAWARE STATE RONDS,
NEW CASTLE CO. BONDS,
For Sale Ly GEO. INGRAM * CO.
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK
STOCK. Highest market rates paid by
Oct. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM* k CO.
W ILMINGTON k READING R. R. BONDS
For sale by GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
IRST Class Real Estate Bonds for sale br
GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
C APITALISTS are invited to call and exam
ine our list of Securities before investing.
Geo. W. Ingram k Co.
f 'Cm REUT— A Wheelwright Shop in
Middletown ; possession given immediately,
W. L. BUCKE & SON.
JJIDES AND TALLOW WANTED !
Bull Hides ♦cent«.
Sheep Pelts 75 ct«.
Steer Hides 8 cents.
Calf Skin 14 cents.
Tallow 10 cents.
Tho above prices will be paid at.
INGRAM & GIBSON'S.
S EASONED OAK and PINE WOOD, sawed'
and Split, delivered in town, In quantities to
suit, at $7 per cord, by E. T. EVANS.
W EST LEHIGH, EGG & STOVE COAL
for sale at E. T. EVANS'
Wood & Goal Yard.
HKzDIKG LI HIIER.
White, Red and Black Oak, and Gum
Buliding Lumber, mixed or clear. White and
Red Oak, Wheelright Plauk, kc. can be had
at short notice, on the Chesapeake k Delaware
Canal, or Delaware waters, at reasonable price»,
by addressing J. B. FENIMORE,
Feb. 12—3m Middletown, Del.
Del. Gazette and Tribune coaw3m and send
bill to advertiser.
dfcOAAA A - vear and ex P en8 ® 8 to agent* to
8C ^ the celebrated Wilson Sewing
Machines. One machine without money. For
further particular«, address 25 N. 9th st. Phila.
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