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Six ATI, —The Committee on Difibili
rtpoHed favorably on the Uonee Gcn
ernl Amnesty bill. A bill w## reported
by Mr. Sumner reducing internel Usee
end eboliibing the olliee of Cominiuioner
of Interne! ReTenne. The mein feature
in the bill is that it does away with tbe
present taxes on whiskey, sod axes a gen*
oral tax of eighty eenls a gallon. After
aome discussion it was referred to the
Committee on Finance. A concurrent
resolution was offered, flxiog the lima for
the adjournment of Congress on the third
Monday in May, 1872. Several new bills
introduced. Mr. Conkliog's resolu
tion of inquiry into the facts of the Hodge
defalcation was taken up, and Mr. Trum
bull offered a substitute, providing for a
special Committee on Retrenchment and
Civil Service Reform.
IIocas.—The usual number of Mon
day's bills were introduced, including bills
for Ibu payment of expenses under the
Treaty of Washington, by the arbitrators
to the Genera Conference ; reorganising
the staff of the army ; granting general
aiueaty without exceptions, and proposing
an amendment to the Constitution prohibi
ting marriages between whites and blacks.
A concurrent resolution was agreed to
proposing an adjournment for the Christ
inas holidays, from tbo 21st inst. until the
8th of January next. A bill was passed
appropriating $480,000 to supply deficien
cies in tbe appropriations for taking the
ties
census of 18
Tt'MUAr.
Senats. —T he House concurrent reso
lution providing for an adjournment from
Thursday, December2latinst. lo Monday.
January 8th, 1872, was agreed lo. A
hill to the effect that the word " white"
shall bu omitted from educational laws of
tlto Dialrict of Columbia was introduced
by Mr. Sumner. Mr. Morion's concur
rent resolution fixing llic third Monday in
May. 1872, is thu time for llic final ad- i
jourqiucnt of Congress was called up and
discussed until tho expiration of the morn
ing hour.
Hoi'sa—Tho CommiUeo ou Elections
reported that upon prion» jarir evidence
Messrs. Clark ami ll'-rmlon were entitled >
lo seals as Representatives elect from ;
Texas, and they wi re accordingly sworn j
jn. A resolution was adopted requesting i
llie Secretary of the Treasury to ascertain ,
if any of the hanks in the city of New
York, organised under ilia general hank- j
tug law, arc engaged iu any pinurclings ;
to cause au artificial acarcily of currency 1
wanxaanAV.
Hbnatx.—A resolution was offered by !
Mr. Anthony for the appointment
Standing Committee of Investigation nnj |
Retrenchment to cxnmiuc into such :ub- ,
jecls as shall he committed lu it, an 1 Mr :
Trumbull mured a proviso llmt tho com |
iniliic he directed lo inquire into iho ex - j
pcliditurcs mid abuses in all branches of j
tho public service, with power lo wit du
ring recess, and to aentl for persons and
papers. A warm discussion ensued upon
the adoption of Iho proviso, in which the
enormous frauds ami abuses under the
resent Administration were commented
non by Mr Soliurx and others.
|loi sa. — A bill reported from the Com
mittee on Education and Lahor, providing
for a commission to examine into the sub- '
ject of hours of labor and division of
profits nf labor in the United Slates, wa«
discussed until the expiration nf llic morn- ,
jug hour. Mr. Huiler' s amendment wa«
adopted providing that elections for Rep- ,
resenlalivca in Congress, after llto Forty- !
third Congress, shall bo held in till the
.Stales on I ho first Tuesday after the first,
Monday in November of each alternate
year, except in cases of special elections ;
field to fill vacancies.
T|ljaS0AT.
SxNAyt: —The resolution establishing a
Standing committee of investigation was
adopted after a long debate, hut Mr
Trumbull's amendment conferring power
to make a general investigation into frauds
and abuses in the Departments was re
jected—yeas 24, nays 85. Mr. Trumbull
llirn moved hit amendment ns an inde
pendent proposition. Fending debate, the
nennte went into Executive session, and
at its close, adjourned until Monday next
f a
maiKKHft LOCAL«.
Hbliuiouh Kotick.— O. F. Flippo, tlcnl. (Han
tist) Missionary ln I »daw arc. \>i!l preach in th*
Town Hall, on Tuesday t rening H-eemher loth,
at half-past seven o'clock. All who read this
notice are cordially invited to attend.
Limb ! Limb ! ! Limb ! \ !— Best Schuy lkill Lime
from George White's «marrie», for sale at Kiln
prices, l»y J. A. Rbyboli»s ft Sons.
1000 Ihs. liest rountry Itseon.
100 Harks Liverpool (»round Alum Salt,
100 llu.fftieU of Turks Island Salt,
Ja store and for s«ilc by J. A. Kbvnoi.oa ft Sons
Kvery article of poisonous matter is carried out
of the srstcm, the pale and «allow will become
fresh and vigorous, l»y using Simmons' Liver
Regulator.
This is no apology for whisky drinking ; it is
a medicine that cannot be used to intoxicate; it
produces a tonic eflbel, as well ns acts as a cath
artic. In fact, Simmons' Liver Regulator is pro
nounced an unexceptionable medicine.
Hanson Bros, have received their Fall stock,
which Inis l»ecn selected with great care. Prices
to Bttit everyone—call and see them at the low u
Hall.
The Old Rank will keep good, pure Milk, on
and after Monday, October 23, at 8 cents per
q mart.
10,000 bushels of CORN wanted, for which the
Jilghcst market price will be paid, on itreounl ol
K. Jefferson ft Son. J H. KOARIL
JAMBS N. WINE, formerly of Middletown
Delaware, ii now engaged with Wnnnmukcr ft
Brown, The Clothier«, at S. E. Corner of Sixth
wad Market St«. Philadelphia Mr. Wine in
cite« hit friend« and the people of lhl< section of
the the Stèle, to call on him, assuring those who
fhvor him that he will span- wo paina lo accom
modate them in ewer? respect._ [t Jaw I]
mon' Nartonat Baux,
_ MiddMown. Itrl. Dtc. filfc. 14*71.
Tbe regular aniaal EJ.ETTION for nlnt Di
rector* to rer»* lb* cMulng year, will ho hold at
tb* Bonking 11ou*o, on Tnredny, the nth of Jan
1*71, btloM Ih» I «ora of 10 and ll.a.in.
Ml J H HALL. Caabior.
Highest Cash Prices
DAID foruM kMf fit FouUry, Dried Fruit,
IT »4 For*. *>J Da WITT c. WALKER.
.Middletown, DO. Doc. Mb, If«- M
c
WILMINGTON,
AND 222 MARKET STREET.
Now olfcriag to customers sad the irade, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN
HOLIDAY GOODS,
COMPRISING TIIE CHOICEST NOVELTIES IN
WORMED P.tHRUS.
OF TIIE
FRENCH, GERMAN, SWISS AND VIENNA MAR
KETS. Also,
BRONZES, TURRET AND RUSSIA LEATHER GOODS.
The slock la every department is always ordered will, the utmost care, and is or such a olau as
lo render it worthy, we trust, or the discriminating tastes of our proplo.
GRANVILLE WORRELL.
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Dry Goods, Carpets and Oil Cloths.
Doc 10, 1871—I)*.
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BLANKETS,
MCSLINS.
, FLANNELS.
SIIA I!'/.,S',
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, Vt ,„ Vf „keaailvanlageofihvlowpriceialien.il
FUR t'ASI|. Iia.v bevn able lo «*
;
Sapin, Mil — Onto,,
eL£0
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!! SHAWLS!!!
WATER-FROOF CLOAKINGS, HEAVY CANTON FLANNELS,
HEAVY-WOOF FLANNELS,
MALLILIEU'S KERSEY.
MEN'S HEAVY WINTER BOOTS,
f$öo, &c. Ac.
Bp)« DUKE 4 COCHRAN,
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October U 1M71 — I y
Middle town, Bbi..
K TU \ \VH RIDGE & CLOTHIER
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N. W. CORNER KIU11TH AND MARKET STREETS,
PHILADELPHIA,
iimiully large stock of
ft offering for the FALL and WINTER TRADE
Are
IP R I* fir 4 P 4 P IP S,
I
tOgfUSTtgU IN I'AtlT
LADIES' CLOAKINGS,
IlLAf'K ASTRACHANS,
BLACK BE AYERS,
WHITE EC It BE a VERS,
PLAIN WHITE BEAVERS,
HU E CLOTHS.
WHI TE CoRHFRO VS,
VELVEIEENS,
SILK*.
PRESS GOODS.
BLACK ALPACAS.
I.INEX GOODS,
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H'.l TER PROOF CLOAKINGS.
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n tight money murke! nod UI 'VI
It o
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B A R Ci A I N S.
Q HEAT
STRAWBRIDGE Ac CLOTHIER,
N. W. corner Eighth and Market Sts,, Philadelphia.
,
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• 228
EDWARD MOORE
Manuffectm-ex/ of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
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A LARD K AStSORTMHNT OF
FALL AMI) WINTER CLOTHING,.
ON I!\ND MADK UF IN THK LATKST STVLK AND BUST MANN F It
ALSO. A GKKAT VARIKTY OF
PIECE WOODS, for Order Work.
228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del.
Apr 22-ljr
8 PEIIII 4 NOTH'EM.
1871. NSW STOCK 1871.
r«#~ HEAFNKSS HLINHNKSS and CA
TARRII treated with the utiuost sucecss. by J.
l*AA«*N. M. I». and Pr«»fess«»r of Ihtaiiet <{t the
Ffff mid Far (ftis tfkenalitif ) in the Mtdical tb/Uye
J ,.-. nn ..x.afui> » , » . .„ii „1 i..*. , .i. Phdtulrlihhiti, 13 yrtirt experience, ifostueriv ot
<'ST JlBl Elt Kl>, vmi tu be tub! nl low , n- Lvdea, Holland.) No. to* Arch .(ml, I'l.iln
v*** T« »tluionhil* ran be seen at his office. The
ictil failli tv are invited to ne<oni|mny thwir pa
tienls, as lie lias no «n rels in hi» practice. Ar
flflciai eyes inserted without pain. No t barge
tor examination. apr 2u—ly.
or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
FOR CABHÜ
All ilylrt of I.AIMKS l>UF„SH OOUDS,
SHAWLS,
Ludies' Ki«i and Morocco (initers and Balmorals;
also, Morocco Shoes without heels.
Large variety of
UIRSON S rim-K CURRENT.
15cts. Lard
Hogs
Hogs, alive
Potatoes rouud 1 On.
Feathers
lloney
Kgg*
Butter
Chickens, dresseil 12.
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS..
CLOCKS, &C. aSm*
lifts.
10.
v'.
10.
14.
in.
Uft.
12.
20 .
The above prices will he paid in cask for pro*
du«-e delivered in g«*od order ; and
MEN'S ANI> HOYS'
with to
.i ri
FI NE READY MADE CLOTHING,
WC
will sell reusonahly for cash, at the Corner of
Broad und Anderson Streets, Middletow n, Del.
March 20—tf
Of various ilylcs and makes.
CLOTHS AND CASSlMERES,
Win. 7. (HRHON.
HATS AND CAPS.
FRUIT TREES
I«argr stock of Men's and Roys' Ilf KITH, tient»
Fla« Calf Root», made to order, $6.00 to $7.0«.
AM»
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, poll SAI.E, AT ODESSA Ni'RSEItlES,
HI' KFA 1.0 ROBES AND HORSE COVERS,
OOOOSA, OBLAWANB.
BLANKET8 White and Greg j peacu.pear. d- cherry trees
COVERLIDS,
CANNED VEGETABLES AND FBI ITS SHALL FRUIT PLANTS
bÄÄSTS « « oral, kind, and a gretore* areortn,,., of Nnrre
S. ». 8TKPHSN8 S «30. ! , ir V " 9lk ;
K pl Jfl, leil—Ir Hlddioiown, Hoi. *fp»W-<f
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FOX FALL PLAXTIXO ; AL»().
low.
roLK * HVATT.
SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY
AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE,
EDITED BY J. O. HOLLAND,
Aatfor gf "AMsp-AmW," "Klkritu," "Timothy
ri/eomh'i LtUcrt ," ft,
T RIS magasins, which has risen so rnpMl.r In
popular favor, has now lieu Greatly En
larged, and will be still forther Improved during
the earning year. Arrangements have been |wr
freted to secure the best illustrations, and the most
eminent rontrlbutors un both sides of Ills Atlantic.
Scribner for 1872 still be unsurpassed in literary
as well as artistic rvrrllence by any periodical ôr
Its class ln Ilse world.
The Jauuary number will tie eepeelally altrnc
lire, et|d will be warthy of preeerreiion se sn
essmrle bf the eseellenee of Ameriran art. A
series or papers by Mr. Gladstone, Prime Minis
ter of Engl,lid, will shortly onpear ; also an a
blr discussion or tho National Hanking Hi stem
or this country ; a new story by Mrs. Uliph'aut Is
promhsd, Ac., Ac. ; whilst svery number will be
rich In shorter stories, llluslraltd articles or pop
ular sclcore, poems, essays, editorials and lie
views, Ac., Ac. The auhaerlpliou price is $ 4-00
per year, payable In advsnee.
To enable all pnrtlss to < otnmenrc with the se*
ries, which we ore sure will be worths or rartful
preservation, we will send lo any dealer or new
sulierrilwr, the 13 numbers or Volumes I
Tor $1.(10, or the 14 numbers prior to Janun y,
1872, 7ur $l.&0. The whole will contain
Mort I him 8,000 Puffe»,
more than MW brilliantly written articles, and
nearly 100 completed stories, tales or adventure,
wit and humor, Poems, Ac., Ac., combining with
three the alilest editorials and tin. most heauti
ful illustrations, some of them said by llis critics
lo lie fully: i-'jUrtl to the work id Gustave 1 lore
The Cheapest, Choicest, aod most charming gin
books Tor the family.
and II.
A WHOLE LIBRARY IN ITSELF
run only $5 50
Wc f|tiolr. as fairly represent itf tbe general
I sentiment of the newspaper prm in repnm to the '
Monthly, the following from The Jiufalo Com- i
mercial .\ik rrti»tç .
"Scribner'« Monthly ii a splendid succeu. it
Im« taken its place in the front rank of the peri*
odicnl« of the world. In the beauty or it« typo
graphical Appearance, the perfection of it« ill ni
tration«, the variety of it» rending matter, and
the vigor of its editorials, and in general good
nod moral intluence. it iff a publication of which
America should feel proud.
Remit in Checks or |\ O. money orders.
For «ale by all Bealses.
SCRIRKF.K k 0(1.,
054 ilroailwav, N. Y.
Dtc 0—1 m
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HO ! for THE HOLIDAYS.
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OX Mi,x ST MIDDLETOWN,DEL.
KRISS KRINGLE'S
RICE'S OLD BANK,
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HEADQUARTERS
17 llic place to get all kind* of
TOYS,
HOLIDAY PRESENTS, '
FRESH CANDIES,
CAKES, &(J.
I
A large assortment of which
have n fa:a eecfivfp this week •
Dec. ft— 3tv
I
PEACH FARMS.
M|iilil<' price* it large va
tv ot l*en»-h Karnij In Ce« II. Kent.Queen ;
Anne'», Tajb A an-l Dorchester counties. Mary-j
(und. mid in Sew ('n»tlc. Kent, and Sussex < 01111 -
1 lien, Delaware. in nil part« of the great | tench dis- '
; tr cj "f this |H*nin«uhi. These farm» are all
er» Bible by railroad«, mid n
•1 generally
partie» dcsjrlng to locale np<
ft» engage in tbe 1 ilti* »«tio'i
w
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< ffer at
mv »-I them upon
elt improved T<
11 the pen 111 *u 1 m nn
of small or large
igMtion,
'1 j
I Irllll»,
mul llie . eiern » ge
b in loniiitv. ii
tin».'
ill
1 guarantee to nuit them I»
I faim, prie« and improvements.
Send for eireulan. No charge for thowing :
land %% il I I»« made K.u,i/i»lt purchaser-. !
Correspondence solicited. !
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(1KII. W INGHAM k ('ll
Mlddlrlo
July 23, 1,71 -If
. I (el.
BEHOLD!
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C ool Hpritiß C'lmrlev
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S not dead, hut livcth thanks to a kind prot
lie now preside» !
at llie glass-house in Middletown, Mil. called
•Oyster liny," and intends to make it the insti
, tutioii of tlie town for
«I good friend-« !
FltFSU F/SU A XU O VST FUS
M\ friends and natron» nil know where Mis
ter Hay " is. and if they will call to see nie I
will show them haw grateful I am for pa
by furnishing them with choice Otste
Trout. Hock. While I*
low prie.
, fr«*»h
h. r
. ft«-.

y da\ •
-I fresh < \
nuiarkuhlv
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE
• Oyster May " i» tl»«* place tu g* i >
back? Corne nti.l : '
luoncv i
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ClUftLES ADAMS.
sept 23— 3m
ARCH STREET HOUSE,
J*N o. t, Aeeli St.
ebllnripiphln,
t. w. 1.01 MB.
Proprietor.
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THOM«» l»l 1*1 »,
_ 3 r SOUXil BELONG STREKT, ' ç
•r. Above Chestnut, Host Side, Philadelphia. —
Would call the attention of those wish- r*
ing to purchase ' Car|*i-tings. to hil large
x and choice lpie of Foreign and Homesttc,
both in rfclatt. ;; to Hiialities
"f style«. .Visa nil Cloths, Matting«, Rug« -
" Matj. Stair Roils, ft«:, fte. nt the lowest ^
«*asti prices
. * N IL—J. PrgWAHT Pefi t is not at 253 S. *
0 2nd St. but it with Thomas Depuy.
sept P, 1071—3mf—s.
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n» well us ?"
PHILADELPHIA
WALL PAPERS.
HO WELL ii- BOURKE,
1871
1871.
to
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MAM' FACTI lim«
WC
Paper Hangings and Window Shades,
of
W tlOLKBALB ABU HKTAIt. HAl.irSBOOMS.
CORNER FOCRTI! AND MARKKT STREETS,
PIIILADMLftniA.
Factory—Corner ^^euty-third and Hansom Sts.
Oct. 21, l^fl-3m
COA^ ! COAL ! ! COAL ! ! !
of VERYSl'PERlOE
$7.00
Slovr.
Nut...
.»40 Ih*.
.2240 lb*.
C (to
JMr All order* trill rerel»» prompt altrnllon.
ft»# jr-ir •* " CHAB. T. STRATTON.
, Dri
NOTICEI!
THE FIRM OF
SCOWDMCK & COCHRAN
NOT HEIKO ASSOCIATED WITH TUB
PROMINENT MERCHANTS
or
MIDDLETOWN,
Will Be OPEN for the Aooommoda*
tion of Onstomera UNTIL
9 O'CLOCK P. M.
AND LATER!!
IF NECESSARY.
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS.
AND NOT BEING INDEPENDENT
WE STILL SOLICIT A CALL AT
vont CONVENIENCE.
I try Helped/ully,
Scowdrick 6c, Cochran.
Miildletoic n, Delà ira re.
Oct. j8, 1871—3m
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Call at J. F. ELIASON'S, Lock
; wood's Corner, and examine his new
stock of Fall and Winter Goods, and
everything usually kept in a first
class country store. We are'deter
mined to sell goodB low for CaBh.
J. F. ELIASON.
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AN ORIGINAL STORY \
BV tub Button. jamkm f. ioyii, a m.
: And »|M*cial department« for the farmer, for tin
! touttg folks, and departments devoted to etliiea*
! tion, science, art, wit. humor, and general face
tte the journal «0 popular an<l
l.ifll have
lia-,
a (*eu it u eireulallun of
OVER 00,000 COPIES,
will he tontinufd, and in Ntblition two new fea
ture» w ill Le introduit t! for IH72. One a »t rit«
of iliutitraleil articles. The olh
t»«i.s
II. A. C leavehintl.
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d the
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TRANSCRIPT.
Midilletuwu, Oel.
Mot 25 ,f
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POULTRY,
! For which fancy prices can be had.
Turkeys for Thanksgiving
Geese and Turkeys for Christmas
with Ducks and Chickens added.
Ship on or before Monday, November 27th, for
Thanksgiving.
Ship on or before December 21st. for Christmas.
ACKER ft CO.
Conunissioa Merchant«,
Trv in.
-
If liQldpiun ÿi.
N«* York.
Nov. 18—7w.
Wonders Will Never Cease.
JAMES II COLLINS
H
\S removed to the ho
liy Win. (!ochpan. on
on hau, I a juj*cripr stock of
Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
which he will sell nt the lowest cash prices. tJcn
tlemen's fine calf skin Ihmts made to order, mid
repairing ot all kind» promptly utlctplrd
patent metal heel will be »uppiied to ail x\ ho wish
to give it a trial. For the Left l*oots and ah.
or all kind« call ou JAMES II. COLLINS
Apr —ly Miildiflovvn, Del.
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Ii xItmi to partir« who litvr port lm»r.| moat i
from Thomas Phillips, and had the same charged
on the book, tilgt, they w ill pay no-one for it bat
myself, individually, ns the whole concern !>•
longed to me. Any nerson doing contrary to
the above, payment will hereafter he demanded
J. K. MHALLCURS3
formerly mrnpied
MAIN ST. and has
A !
tL.
NOTICI'i
by
Nov. 18—2w.
FOR SALE.
200,not) GIANT A 8 PARAGVS PLANTS.
aan
»0,000 OSAGE ÇITCKS
for Ihonnnd rarh, h»
JAMES T. SIIAI.LCROSS,
For Snlr, at $2
Nor It—tf
LABORING MEN
TAKE
NOTICE!!
w
ON AND AFTER THIS DATS
WE WILL GIVE A
DISCOUNT
OF
10 PER CENT,
FOR CASH,
ON OUR LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTsS & SHOES,
TO ENABLE EVERY
MAN,
WOMAN,
AND CHILD
TO F ROY IDF THEMSELVES With
A PAIR OF
i
BOOTS
OH
SHOES!
\EOH I HF l OMl.XfJ » INTER.
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JOHN A, REYNOLDS & SONS,
MIpni.KTOWN, URL.
Ortober 28 , 1871 — I m
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE.
\ cheapest and best of all;
S>LR*I»IU OffBIW Ft»a 1872.
r|i|||S popular Monthly Magatine give« mere
J lor the money than any in the World. It
ha- the lie»t t-tilored fnahioiifi. the U*»t original
»torieff, aiul the l*e»t engraving» of any lady • •
<1 t ostly improvements a ill be j
made in 1872. when it will contain
ox y rum sax n faofs:
took
f'n'll TEEN SPLENDID STEEL PLATE:II ;
TWELVE POL. BERLIN PATTERNS!
yWEH'E VAMMoTII COL.
o.\E TllolSAND WOOD PITS'
TWENTV-l'ol'R PAGES of MI'SICI
FASHIONS '
All this will be given for only Two Pjllarj a
,, „r. or a dollar les* than magazines of the class
-'of " Peterson." It.« I
Thrilling Tales and Novelettes
I
A.i ...» m...i
me employed to write originally .
addition to its u- 1
•ual »1111111 tit v of short stories. F/ VF OHUi /- j
.VIA Cnl'YHlUlIT XO Y Ft. FTS will t»e giv
S. Ste- j
pin I « ; T»m Iffi ixo or Dmmoni»« hr Harry Han- j
torth : IK' r t»«» nrrcii. by Frank U- fleuediet ; i
I I.imoav s l.t I X. ly Mi»» F. Hodgson; and A I
Wifi. Wi Not a Wiik. by the author of "Tho
Second Lite
the bc»t pul li.-h«»l anywhere.
A
popular w riti
for 1 I Vti r»ur
Ii. 1872. »
il A l'ltl« by A
« n. i ir. Ilot mit
for
Mammoth Colored Fashion Plates
Ahead of all other«. These plat«*« are Migrated
tain six fig
»I« el, tui«. the ti-nal size, and <
They w ill Ih* superbly colored,
eral pages of household and other receipts: in
slier!. everything interesting to iMilie».
A!
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Tl'K.ftls Ihviiy« In Idiaare : ,
$ 2 00 1
8 00 1
12 00
-
Um ropy, for 0
. for
(car..
' venr.
Five
Fight
for one year,.
SUPERB PREMIUM EN0RAVING.
Every person getting up a club of five at $1 «10
eight nt $ I 5o each, w ill be entitled to
extra copy of the Magazine for 1872. and al«o
•pv of the superb parlor mezzotint (slve 24
inches liy 18,1, "Five Times One To-Day,"
whieh, at'a store, would cost four dollars. Spec
it, grati«, lo those wishing lo get up'
Address,*
CHARLES J. I FTLivSUN, '
No. tod ('hAilnul Sir* el, PhilhdeIphia, Pa. |
l»ct ••« — tf
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tu a
A LL persons lndehte«t to the firm of SliAFF
A càoss WH.lt A MS for Bricks, will
iilruse come forward and nay their bills on or
before I ft of Deceml*er. After that date, I shall
i pn™! >'• «-oil«*» >b<' ««ii'r nrcordin* to low.
JAMhJH 1. NilALLCROSS.
bat 28—If
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to
imens
Clubs.
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NOTICE*
Collector for the Firm.
FpJtSALE.
S EVERAL nurhtim Thorough-bird tad Grad*
Hull« nod Ittifrm. (yaarljngt and two-year
old*). Atliirrm,
GEO. 7.. TYBOrT,
No» is- «w» Red Upa I'. O . Oriawprc.
MISS AGNES J. PENNINGTON
TEACHER or PIANO AND ORGAN,
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MAM ST., SIBSUTBiri, Ml
So» I«, 1»7I—tf
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Fall
w ; *. KENNARD ft 00.
30 «.
MARKET ST REE T,
W ilmington, Delaware^
HAVM 50^
OJT SoâJLÆS
A FULL LINE
OF
FALL GOODS,
COM FLUT« IN' KYKHY DMFAJiT
MKXT
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
»
SILKS, SHAWLS,
VELVETEENS,
MANTILLA YELYET8.
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VKLVKTS FOU TRIMMING IN ALL
A*»
iFtlfC AND MEDIUlf
,
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DRESS GOODS
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CARPETS,
OIL CLff TDB, *«.
ONLY ONE PRICE)
BUT THAT THE L0Wl|£f
B^foMMA

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