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Sot for Hsu cock.
Kditor ot Transcript:— In contempla
4ion of the near approach of the time for
the National Democratic Parly to meet in
Contention, to decide upon a candidate
Soi the suffrages of the people, pho
«thereby be rataed to the c* si Led paM'ioti
of Preaident of this great Republic ; and
appreciating the importance of haring, in
advance of auch action by the party, a
«thorough knowledge of the public acta of
•any of the distinguished gentlemen who
will probably be put in nomination, which
it aflbet hit availability, disseminated
d folly diaensecd, beforehand, I beg you
•to piMioh the tccnnipanying "Appc.ui. to
the SJdnrM People," written nnd issued
by lion. W. 8. Hancock, in 1805.
Ota. Hancock*« Appeal Ike C olored People.
To the colored people qf the f)i$tri.1 of Columbia anti
of Maryland, of Alexandria, and the harder coun
ties of Fïryiftid :
will
an
Your President has I »een murdered ! He has
•fallen by the assassin, and without a moment's
warning, simply and solely because he was your
tfriend and the friend of oar country. Had he been
I unfaithful to you and the great cause ot human
•freedom, he might have lived. The piston from
.which he met hi* death, though held by Booth,
was fired by the hands of treason and slavery.
'Think of this, and remember how long and how
anxiously till* goodman labored to break your
.chain* and to make you happy. ! now appeal
to you by every consideration «hieb can move
Joyal and brave hearts, to aid in discovering nnd
arresting his murderer. Concealed by traitors,
(he is believed to l»e lurking somevv here w ithin the
.limit* of the District of Columbia, or the State of
Maryland, or Virginia. (*o forth, then, and
•watch nnd listen, and inquire, and search, and
pray, by day nnd night, until you shall have
.'reeded in draging this monstrous und bloody
.criminal from hi« hiding place. 1 on can do
.much ; even the humblest and feeblest among
you, by patience and unwearied vigilance, may
'.render'the most important assistance,
wards In
tby iimuic ipel authorities, and th
,f'or the apprehend
any information that will aid in hi* arrest. Rut
J feel that you need no such stimulus as this
will hunt down the cowardly awiir* n of
J»est friend, n* you would the minderer of
own father. Do this, and God. «hose *«•
lias been slain, nnd the country which hu« given
for this act of duty.
Iiicli w ill lend to the at rest
(
: ■ -
been olfcrc«! by the government, and
ill be paid
of this minderer, nnd lor
r
lit
ill bh .
you freedom
All informatif
of IkxMli, or .Surratt,
municated to these hca«l quartets, or to General
Holt, Judge Advocate General at Washington,
if immediate action is required, flivu to the
nearest military aiithorilies.
All offieer* and sohliers ill this command, nnd
/ftll loyal people
Janet*.
Major General 17. 8 . Vol. Commanding Middle
Military Division.
Nu one c#n »jnip.iliii-o «iil. tl.o f.-«liii)j
.«bid» ilii-luU-il the umniiiiiurcil clciinncin- . t
.lion of the diolioluul net referred to in J
.Uen. Hancock'» ..Her, iimr- |.r..f»un<ilj |
than l ; hut why ail.lri-»* >u h an nrdci ;
exclusively to colorai people? Why were (
àKTSÂXôSÏÏK±;' :
»/ u*her class of
Harold, should be e.»m
>. K i
NV. S. Hancock
ou u great criminal llm
citiieUK7 Why, hy diraUriug In ill« iic
f ro«». that, ''the pi.l'il which killed Mr
ilocoln, llniugl» held hy B»,itli, trat find
fcy the hilnilt of treu Ion anil tin, en/," ca
lumniate, hy indirection, a whole people
■nd inatii into thu iniuda of ?n igiierunt
quicken into operation thu poi.on
of malignant halo?
1« a man wli" lia» not greatnea of »out
enough to lift liim.rir above making auch
an iuipn»»ioned appeal to an ignorant and
prejudiced i/o«, agaiu.t a proMrate, Heed
ing. hclplc»« ami »ubmi*«ivo people,
jthe Southerners then were, lit to he the
Preaideul of this united country 7 Can a
man who levelled sueli a blow at the lion
or of the brave Southerner*, in their hour
of defeat and humiliation he expected to re
cette their «apport of his ambition to lie
their ruler? Where was the necessity for
attempting to brand a whole people, thu
ctrcuuistniiccd, uith the i iifowi/ of
being astitexim * If that he an
'of magnanimity, their arc many who fail
to appreciate it. Amkuiccs.
race or,
evidence
The Louiaville Courier-Journal i« ag
Î ;ricvcü bvcuu.o we are disinclined lu f<d
0 « it into the Radical camp, recant nur
'Democratic principle, and unite witli it in
advocating the election of Cie oldest, liest
and bitterest Kiuiical in the I'uioii to ilie
Presidency. Thu editor assert» tljut " the
rotd tlm News ha» taken lead» inevitably
jto Grant and Radicaliam.
'it in that light. Ou ilia contrary, wo be
liera that Inc aureal way to avoid Raical
.iam ia to atiok to our Democracy Wlien
«a gat «o far on the way toward« Radi
calism a* to endorse Horace Greeley with
all hit long reoord of hostility to tbo South,
'hi« bigber-law theorie* and endleaa cata
logue of isms, wo shall think we hare not
Sir to go.
The Democrat that ean buuk with Gree
ley need not «cruple to go to bed with
,Qrent. When two each political jacobins
jibll ont, wo ean ace no reason why honest
Democrats should make connmm cause
with either of them.— Savannah Neici.
Wo cau l ae»*
Ar Ou MMla.wn Trunienpt.
Miudlutown, June 6th, 1672.
Ma. Koma, 8»a Throuah the column. i.r Hi*
Tran.cript, I with to call lac alteulion of «lu
Town CommiMloncn to the acccmilr of placi .p
n a or taro l.mp-pofta and Inmpa on Ualhurlnr
Street, which la travcllad aa mach If not more
(tierpt Mala and Broad Streite) than any Street
la thit law*- ramllte. reridlng oa Ala Street,
aad Olhift llfiaaio the vklnlte, who bare to
aaaa Ihroagb ItAare fooad It dlBcull, oa dark
aod (tonaj night», lo find rimlr wap to rite Main
S tre it to traaanet bualnaw ; aad a, byhi are
lOBMhaM called out «I night to .Ml rick rate
Urea, be. the, bare Ibaad It daagarou* In dlllrij
aal waj, to trevmaa ihl, Ihorongnlk re. I l blak
Tba «bore raaaoa. wOeteat ter the proper au
EjWj. „ hare th. regMre .0.»^ to t
■■ Él, »rir ^ Mbu Uarr
Moaa uawr.
of On Twtwd fkmiljr, no* inelud
Baaa," har* $otH to B»rop«.
Mart
4»|«*
st
'àiA
thLbr*.
GREAT NORTHERN
AND
80UTHERN NURSERIES.
100,000 Prime Peaoh Trees,
I
ate
on
All budded on .lock grown from nniurnl «red.
The it burp (lock rnibrure. «une new und dralni
ble enrielica Ihnl annul lie obtained el.cn here
Ihl. muon.
300,000 Apple Trees.
Standard and Dwarf, two aud lliret years old
largely of early variety and SoutliJrn winter or
keeping apples. Fruit growers would do well to
turn their attention to the cultivation of earlv
Apples. The early varieties grow and fruit weil
anywhere on the Peninsula; bear young and
command blgh prices ia the market. All who
plant (»each orchards should not fail to phint the
ground with early apples at 34 fret apart with
peaches betwt-n, each any—37 apple and 113
peach trees to the acre. Peach trees alone at 20
feet each way lot» per acre. Before the jteach
trocs are one half done the epple* arc in profitable
bearing; the it| pies wijl lust about 50 years.
In 1871 when the Hale's Early (»caches sold in
New York for from $1 50 to $3.00 per crate, the
early apples sold readily at same time for $3.00
to $5.00 per crate ; the apple« producing three
times as many crates per acre as the (teaches.
When the peadi orchard is dune and gone the
planter has the ground occupied with a good and
profitable orchard, which in
live the I lauter,
ard and liwurf
Cherries. GiM)Ml*rric*. C
other Itaspbcrrics, lllm kbeni
berries in variety. Conov
(»erial Aiunragus.' Kvergre
Shrubbery, Best's etc , suitable for farms and
yardj, Cemelries, Ac llot-house plants—can
furnish all kinds of trees and plauts
found in any first class establishment. Orders
by mail will receive prompt attention—write for
Deal, Esq. is my authorised
agent at Middletown, Del., alt orders left with
him will receive prompt attention.
RANDOLPH PETERS.
Wilmington, Del.
in
of
st cases will out
1 hate a large stock of stand
Tears, Early Richmond and other
«ni», Hcrstiue nnd
in variety, Straw
('oil ossa I and I ru
ai Décidons Trees,
Hj
catalogue. Hi
June 1—Cm.
CARRIAGES.
CARRIAGES
ifUrred to person*
( 1RKAT i ml tier men ts
J wanting g«
AEXANDER & SON S
Currin^o Works,
DELAWARE CITY, DEL.
_ , ;
"1
'■I rnslt.rm
I liiii
They v Dh to 'mbit i
the public genera.ly that they have
make to order
Ii.ui'l a h. I
___ ___ _ —. — — , t, tr «
Q*EO. W. INGRAM & CO.
Brokers & Real Estate Agents,
. t „ BNt „ l>k ,m\ am» ri;s MTIIKET..
J
| Middletown, Delaware,
; W ||.|, ATTKND I'UuSIl'Tl.Y TU TUB COL
( l.Kt'TiGN OF
: *(*». »MP», bills, fa. to.
NEGOTIATE 1,0ANN, ITUCIIA 8 B A SELL
STOCKS ON COMMISSION,
And «»ffer for sulo
<r /'for i)t:sci:ii'nox,
rhich
CAHKtA ti MS'
and warranted to be of ilie I r-t quality
they offer ut rouuuahlc pi ices.
Mar l"
J. TI ios. HIJDD.
L-t.E TO
a
Valuable Heal Estate,
Comprising some i t the most desirable l'arm»
the Tcttiusulu.
Corrvspoudtoc* by mail solicited,
ihs follow i«»g named
Refer by : «rmi-«»iou
gentlemen :
Hon. U. C. Ilotidnv, Sec. of State, Auu abo
lis. Md.
W. H. BerglioD. Msutphis k Kl T
Bail rond. S. Y.
B. Atkinson. Bunker. 41 Br«»nd *t. N ) .
Hon. Hi< hard Sclitll. 5»» Wall ** "
Co). Blanton Duncan. Louisville, Ky.
Geo. Heir, Adi. General, Baltimore. Md.
Thiladelpbia.
Tu elite
Srvfert. Mi-llanu» A t o
Geu. Rolseri l*aH»r$qu,
msn h 17—tf
BOWERS'
Complote 7SIum.tr©,
It AUK MOII
Saper-Fliosphate of Limo, Amumnin
and Potash.
in
Th- tminnraet tirer i» rn»l*Ud, by rnn.iilerntili
, leer. »«-.I . -«I ot raw mat. ri,.!, t,. ..fi. r I'ooiplele
Manurv th»* fuming 11 ''»w» r pru •• than
hitherto. In order to show that Ihr Mandiiitl t»l
this in»»n uit is in every rf«q*rri umintained, the
follow ing mllftVale of wnaiysis is shown :
IIrskv Bower. K**»
Dear ,Sir In fumplmnce w ith :
••pie* of " Bower* C
. 1870, i HT I and
quest I
•ur
have annlyted four
plete Manure." of »ht y
These analysis show a great uniformity iu
1872.
C "rsTn"il f)«. F. A. C1ESTÜ, ,
Consulting Chemist nnd Geologist,
No. 108 Arch 81., FhiUdtlphU.
ALSO FOR BALE
Sulphate of Ammonia,
.«a .ALT. 1 -n.i.irrii:« or
Sulphate, Muriate «ail I'haaphate of Pola.h.
IIKN'KY BOWKB,
MAXUrACTipiNi: I'liEUiar,
Orar'a F»>r Hoad Fhllad.lphte.
march 73-3im 3u»r
Hi*
«lu
.p
_
. reidente of 8l. Oeor
^^JXd wwe&rîllV recomracnd iu the own-,
to j« Ibc rarvicre or John F.
dark w . (rr cm p|ovml him in many dilll
« h»e. Wo hav^rmp^^ ^ baf(|1 lho J roufh
are n f «Il di.c«iw» ihnl riork aramhjrci
rate- J 1 "!° \v K«r^r, ,"-imuc! Kcnluiorc l..
y' .SSîi* \y Kenney, William folk, Oanlel
blak „ • f d. ( . or i,u o« n iel Uorhii. Jonathan K.
au- * i! e r ? s. M. Knoa. Serlek K.
t- w"]f'r.Hp J.»»e. J. J.n.ier,
Jam» T/Sballcrow, W. K. VaodegriO, W . N.
g D B w . Cochran, Samuel fen
lagion, Tboawa Cochran, H. A. Perklo«, ll.
ATMowhuS; War. Dadtoy, B. B. Cochran.
May 4—tf.
JOHN b\ WHITE,
VETERINAEY SURGEON,
Middletown, Del.
O«» •*» J. f. H«»«' Tnlrac«. More.
Real Estate Bulletin,
APRIL Still.
No.
teilen!
good
Irani
itearoer.
line.
ond
I RESPECTFULLY Invita the attention of por
tons disposed to invest in land upon this pe
ninsula, to the following farms in Cecil and Kent
counties, Md. and in New Castle count/, Del.
No. 49—A very desimhte fruit and dairy farm
containing 289 acres, with good buildings, situ
ate between Elk and Bohemia rivers, nicely wa
tered by spring branches, and considerable of it
nowin grass; land well improved, and it) a
good neighborhood ; only ) mile from a wharf
on Elk river ; produce can be shipped daily to
Baltimore and Philadelphia by steamers; 6,500
(teach trees now in bearing—sold 6000 baskets of
peaches last season from 3500 trees. .Soil—sandy
learn, yellow clay subsoil; about «0 acres of
splendid meadow, in green gras* and while clo
ver. Price, only $21,000, upon very easy terms.
No.
Client
dious
coni
peuch
rail
br
•old
No.
R. R.
ing
fcocet;
location
$00
No. 53—A splendid farm in Thoroughfare
Neck, New Castle county, Del. cantaining 275
arret; elegant buildings'; withia three miles of
Smyrna ; very fine orchards of (»each tree* of the
choicest vnriclie«. Will Ikj sold oa reasonable
terms. This is one of the most dc*irable farms
in New Castle county ns an Investment.
No. 50—A profitable farm near "Worten
Height." Kent county, Md. conlninlng 484 acre*
of good land ; dwelling upon an eminence com
manding a heautifal view of Chesapeake hay ; 2|
mile* from station on Kent It. B.; good building*
nnd of modern style nnd finish ; 5000 (»each trees;
apple orchard; splendid gunning and fishing;
surrounded by churches and schools, and in a
most desirabjt neighhorh oh Trice, only $00
per acre.
No. 49—A cheap farm containing315acre*, ia
Kent county, Md. 1} miles from Si snfras, with
commodious dwelling nnd outbuilding*, erected
hut a few years rnce. Trice, only $1 1 , 000 .
No. 48—A nice farm, contain;' 105 acre* of
good land, about 3 miles from Middletown ; 3
story frame dwelling, nearly new; 8 acres of
woodland. Trice, $95 per acre, upon reasona
ble term*.
No.
hemia
of
good
ers,
access
peach
and
No
nitc
May
Georges
is
ing
af the
of,
in
si*
New
mands
No 43—A farm of 180 acres of weil-imprarcd
land, situated C miles west of Chestertown ; 2
miles from Kent Co. It. It. station ; largo three
story dwelling, ham, granary, cat plage-house ;
watered by Worton creek and
> he». Tri«i. only $5» per acre—very
good fence* :
spring b
little more thnr, cost of improve
•nts
y profitable Teailt Farm in Ssi*
sassnfras Neck. Cecil county. Md. containing 275
i tIt good buildings,
No. SC— A
rrs of splendid land
d hedge*, or
re rage production of 40 bush- and
re nnd 29 bushels of wheat; inserted
Products un ship- toten
■r« dailv to Baltimore or Thlladel- town,
. 1 er good fetire
healthy locality
The fa
els of
ha*
iohemhi river.
watered I
ped by ftc
Im
•jnable ns o\v
Will l.e »..Id
j
removed to atio;l.er Mat*
< t
*
No. 57—A verv desirable Store House with .
f| p |[teal,* City, Md. a and
Dwelling ntta« h«-d, i
corner Lot nn 1
stand, in th«- «entre of the village:
improvements am) a very d.*«;ra s If property. ! th w
dulv
March
eld rststhlished husine*»
!l the
al
Trice * t0i<0.
Mam
Boheir.ii
No. 63 -An elegant farm
Upon the i»k
bind, under fine bed.*»-« «ad feu.
• elleut bly
»f
I» in
ll Hit
tin* Bohemia river,
. fn hi : peculiarly
I all requisite J
>|.|< >,.l .l Marl : »
and spring br
■obipted to gracing. I ilie I
large Barn. Grumrv, Barrrck»
Suil light lot
el:
. highly imp
mi<.hiiihi|iiv.
i!<. ! IOU»
eh
•pli-n.lil h
; Cilv uml »
,.mi «h.trf
; half milt «.'.tu Bohemi
Te
title beyond question; ».
•here all, '
delightful h
.iS I !'e iti.vv b
rant of a n
•omfort* of
tu n. I - jy
tin
1
l!
*
Term
d b
fishing
dried : (i
wb!«
Hing.
i able.
: prlct
.'<• tra-t of
, hip 111 r ii
ib bank of .Hackhird t
»I miles fro
• \ d.
N
,vc 1 ,
ning 31**1 a
situated upon the
New Castle •
Station, oi: I'd,:
Ode-*a and ah**ul 0 mih-s f
lav subfuil :
k. ;
] No.
in
R!a.-U iro
uli-s fn
•ad ; 4
Middletown, j
! to pr
Sod a ritl; b»nt
dap
I <
of nil kind
P'
o ti tree*, eoiiiing j
the farm, w here J
e
landing
lc shil l 7 d t<* Tbi'atlelphia,
i.c; the build
frame ilwelling
r* old :
hi

I .» landed upon ilie |
»iit «if a loinfi-rtnl.le
. i *<!•
mgs to
contai aii
All
l l
8 tor»!
P'
ring ; ah
l.er .1 1
h
d b .l
:n!«i
land ; this trot In
will now produce .i
330 i
TO
'I. atlfi
•n regular!v lime
venpe of .lo hu*
b
»f
r desirable
;«-r
«i be a profijable uuc
it
>ti
III
it tc;
No. nil.—A S|>lruiii(i farm of 2 Ti 1 acre, upon
RUl'ktdr.l frick. ad mining hm M>. '.'I mih-s fr
lilai t.t.ird Sl.niuii. In-I. I! II . and like No,
;•*;'!
into
done
m a high state «»f mltiv »tl-.ii abc-i
d land well «diptid
re
w<
C<
Teach
•h
1 I.f 4C«
fruit* :
fa»
:d th
tn
ul the» » k
1 » cultivated ; the huild
I by a spring br
Hit
The hind i< big
ings cunsikt of an «•
dwelling h.»
n
1
id
tide room* :
; soll I» light loam, with
soil ; the winde i.f th«
dilcis well vrhe
fruits : there is a gw«ni
toi ntion very healthy, and in a g
: 1 m relies,
kind* cm»v( rù'Ut ; will be sold ••»» re
terms nnd at w fair price.
containing 8
L'*
t
dl lii
lit
ia!*, prass ami
the fa
d pelghl
t- «r «h

•html*. »I,
Imt.d
al b
No. Ill —A very desirable far
the Delaware It. It., about A
n station. 3 mile* from Sim
r Clav
ton,
d ! h fro
h
ton. containing 45u
»I u
Cl
rn. wltt
th
improved and ad »pled «• g
.1 fruit* : about 3€n
woodland, > ttsistiug of
f aril
out*, gras*
land, Imlunce ,
lent eh«i*tn;it mid white
with clvy subsoil; a splendid l>
water runs the entire length of tlo* fa
-.1
ak ; the soil i* a lo.i
I. of spring
g.ntig
■. 20 « " verv choi* e
fr* -I» water
ars old. 2.50«) 4
|>M. all ill
. 1 . 1 : »
: Oils
IP- n-li ma-« i v
l,varing ; also I""" |ir«rli li--i
•ill urcl. irj ol' vhfiicr »y|*!*-w
i met h». 1 wo si-is ul c,in!..rMl.lf Imililiiix».
rt.iiM I.f nl.tnil . 1 , 11111 t, iliii.l.it with
^
! pc-a
1 <
! r.
•hauls i
• good frame dwel- ;
eh ; tin* buildings c«»i»*»»i
t»l
an j l "
the ; ?
! barn, granary and
s «.«« h : f
ling. 5 ru
exci'lient stub!* ; Mtuntrd i
It. ht ware B. B. Th .* (date *uj<, >
ties for shipment t»f gi tin and fru
»•rn mtrket*.
fdmlfly up*»
minI furl I i- :
lit til alt North
• »f finit *>r v*vftu
I alt
readily hed.divi-rd I.» N a \ ork *
»r mark
reason « l»!e t»> n
m; price*
• l tr
«-ts fUrtlter
rvlitiblc pu i firn*» r.
No. 02—A Spleudi»
t'nroliiia. nt tlm
I
IMantatioç in North
tub of North liver, conn
•Beet lau 1 , lias
iu
• in
j
ing ahoul ÇoO sc re* ot
hard of 10,000 tree*; owner expects to
at ion
pea* I»
rvalite at least $ 80 tM»o! fruit this year :
eomuiunds
tiling ; comiuunifalioti with Norfolk, Vn. by
•ten mer, <R*h»nrâ 60 mi In», in eight hour*. Price
20,00«, on reasonaide terms. Several Northern
families have already stilled M* the iniiuedlatr
neighborhood.
No. 03—A splendid tract of White Oak Tlin
t*er. upon navigable water in Talbot county. Md.
containing 5uu acres ; tlii* tract \a considered the
finest body of heavy while »»ak timber in the
county, ns it 1 ms always been kept ns a park,
nnd now lias upon it original growth ol timber.
Vessel* drawing 18 feet «if water ean lay within
1 mile of the tract, or timber may be shipp'd by
railroad, which Is distant about 4 miles. Price
nnd terms reaeonablv.
tiliil view of river an*! maun
»
F.
l..
K.
K.
N.
fen
ll.
No. 04—A farm of HR acres of splendid land
near (Veilton, (Veil county, Maryland: well
watered, excellent beilge fence*, in a high state
of cultivation, producing grain of nil kinds, nnd
peculiarly adapted to penches, of which I heir "f"
0,830 trees, mostly in bearing . frame buildings
la fair order ; very convenient to navigation and
Bail Hoad*. Now rents fur $ 1,000 per anijum
Price and lerm* scry reasonable.
r 0i 54 —Th* "Court House Puljil" farm, on
Elk river, con laiog 256 acres of good natural
soil, with frame dwelling, burn and necessary
outbuildings; wharf on the farm, a stopping
place for steamers from Baltimore and Philadel
phia ; (he dwelling command* it heautifhl view
of the Chesapeake bay and tributaries ; could be
.made verv profitable as a summer resort; excel
ent gunning iu seuHwi; sail—earlv loam; very
Aesirable as a truck fifcrqi. Price, $15,000, apoa
easy term».
of MO aorw of ei
No. At—A deelrable
teilen! nil on Uhetttr
good outbuilding, i M
Irani daily
itearoer. ; whnrf ond IA—
line. Will bo nld low lo
ond terra. undo m
ir; brick dwelling and
peach Iran; lOOnpple
in with Baltimore by
A mile from dwel
■linble
pWffcaser,
a re
tory.
No. .7—A i|ilendld farm of 325|
Client peak« buy, in Kent co.Md II
I'liNlerlown, 1) from Ken, Railroad. Commo
dious dwelling, orerlooklng Ike bur ; new b»rn,
coni $5,000; nil requis te outbuilding.; 12. »00
peuch irr«, choice rnridlr, ; communication liy
rail with New York and Philadelphia,
br .lamer, dailr «Hb Baltimore. Wl
•old low, and upon ne -oramodntlng term..
upon
ffom
X
and
II be
No. SI—A large traci of Und upon the Kent
R. R. Kent county, ) mile from alallon, contain
ing 900acre.; 1 mi. o' building.; undtr good
fcocet; in n fin« neighborhood; very hrallhy
location ; 7,500 peach tree, in bearlug. Prlct
$00 per acre.
No. 55—An elegant eonntrr-aeut upon the Bo
hemia river, in Cecil county, In a very high stats
of cultivation. Splendid mansion and grounds;
good outbuildings: cvtjry variety of fruits, flow
ers, and ornamental n and shrubbery; easy
access to all the * '»«*■* hv rail and steamers; 8500
peach trees in bearing a very healthy location,
and most desirable resilience.
No charge made for showiag any of the above
HJiidenre solicited and defi
ecrfully given by addressing
J. THOMAS BÜDD,
Broker, Conveyance« and Beal Estate Agent,
Middletown,
New Castle County,
Delaware.
pro(«ertics ; Correa»
nitc information th
May J5—If.
Register's Order.
REGISTER'S OFFICII,
New Castle Countv, March 28th, 1872.
rpon the appHcatioti of Richard T. I«ockwood,
Administrator of John A*demo», lato of St.
Georges Hundred, In mid County, deceased ; it
is ordered and directed by the Register, that the
Adminintrator aforesaid give notice of the grant
ing of lactlrrs of Administration upon the Estate
af the deceased, with the date of grunting there
of, by musing advertLicineut* to be (Misled with
in forty oay* from the date of such letters, in
si* of the most public place* in the County of
New Castle, requiring all persons having de
mands against the Estate to presenj the same,
Act of Aijcinbly in such case made
Iso rxiwsc tlie same to he
period in the Middle
in Middle
months.
or abide
and provided. And i
inserted within the *n
toten Tranecrijtt,w »ewiipan« r published i
town, and to he continued therein two
•*— . Given und
8 . \ of the Regis*
-v* in New Castile C
r hand and Seal of Office
j
r aforesaid, at Ne
Cnsile.
id,the dajr
It. GIBBS, Register.
< t
*
.
and year above written.
! th w Estate of the de«e,
dulv attested to the A
March 28th, 1873. or
• T case iimoif
ms having claim» against
sed must (»re»e
ilministrntor oi
NOTICE —All per
the si
before
Act of A »sein
abide a
tided.
ai. I p
bly m
Have
it T LUCKWOUD. Ailraloiilrnlor.
Ai ilrrfl—Mi hilt-town. Del.
J MARKET St, FURNITURE STORE.
1017»
npr 13—2 im
a
7lnrl.il SlrM,
! IOU»
PHILADELPHIA.
'
4C
- jy y y
U
iT f i'.m it i;
rtlH MAN!
errat«.
DttlECT YR'
' WILSON
ROHEIT
;
Cabinet-Maker & Upliolsterer,
] No. loll» MARKET SURFE", '. I'MI! aDKM'IIU.
Mai; .fa- 'n
X! I
j
id
id T
t all kinds.
!•'■
hole* i
ilc
j
J
;K I »I AMBER M ITS.
Bedding,
ion. All pm.
for cuali.'tlr
ALSO. COTTAti
Mall* asses,
Tea( her*. A«
1
. i *<!• h '
All go*. Is k > l i hcaj
ajr 13— Hm
TO UARPKMli,RS and BUILDERS.
AVordon it IOvaiis,
»f
HMVr.N
III A (111 NTH
, OKI.A *T A Uil.
All) NAH1BBS.
'AfTTEBW Of
MOCi. HING. BLIND*.
a.sn
sash. Dooms.
tif ri.omiiNf.. i
All kn
d *.|*a
The latest improv
into liieir eslaldi.tin
done nt !'h\l /1
KAM«; UM UK ll. Sir. Jpg
Machinery
d
ig a •
«.rk nt all kind
d. 1
1 1 sit*!» ro«c4tiue h
d all wm
is 1 -ren put
k will >•
C W3-.f]
id
ro ROIS DU A IN TILL.
/ v' ' V
«h
b
• I ici Calibre.
I'gg-Shape.l, 2 to 7
Bonn I. v. tilt Collar,
Addrc.g,
I» lu :} imli-s I-I.lil
IV. ll ItKLI..
I ». Allen .V Bell.
Sneer si
. Ksq ,
rfer
to Job
ItespeclfuM v
Chief Kng'r F
' Ci
nu l'.irk . I! »
r Bid ley Dark, in
■» r «|»e.
• < (,*8 tel
land. Km i ( I» Kug
March 23- 8 tn
e
TIIO YI IN IM PI V,
37 SOUTH SECOND STIIKET, ^
* Chestnut,
Would call tin
ill
»
Oils
Sul**. IMtihidcipbiu, -
uitt-nthm of Ilms** wish- r"
Ka*
^ Ab.
1 <
'
t'.ll j*» »illgr*. Uj
f I* arr.^i a*i«l Do
til qiinlifU S ns
! 1 loth* Matlliiif*. Bug«, - j
f»t ^
11
ng to I»
! r. and chohe lib
Ml
;
oil
an j l " ' till» i
the ; ? »'.i 1 »*
radntiot
Also n
Mats Stair it«»U
Ac. Ac. nt llm 1
I i- :
ciisli prifp*.
V
Pm v i* not nt 253 S.
th Thomas Depuy.
Iiuf—*.
N B.—J.*Stiw
Alt*l .4t bill
n
•pi 1 », 1071 —
FLOWED«!
in
l *»s agent for Bandoiph I'c
n»h to
kc at slmrt notice,
of Power*
then*
fl^HK undersign»
JL tel.«, will I
j lurry, Shade Trees,
fresh lot
wilt continue to r<
until further notice
to
ion
d*r Flowers, Shrub
lie will
by
Tlin
Md.
the
the
by
Price
Monday, nnd
erv few <lnvs,
HIP.AM' DEAL.
Middletown, Dol.
•«■cm*
cei
June I—3w.
FESTIVAL.
» , * 11F. [untie, nf SlinRWSl'niV flirilCII,
I. will hold a Fair and Festival in GAI.KNA.
Kent Co Md., oil the ft'th sixth and sevtnlh of
June, (ommenciug irt Ç o'clock P. It.
June i —lw.
COAL I COAL! ! COAL!!!
cargo of VKRY 8CPKRIOR
J t'ST received a
land
well
state
nnd
"f"
and
on
view
be
excel
very
apoa
COAL.
3240 11... $7 0«
2240 I hi. 8 .,«
prompt attentioa.
T. 8 TBATTGN.
Odessa. Del.
Stove.
Nut...
will rr.Tivr
(.11 AS.
JW All unter.
June 17—tf
FOR RENT.
!lOl'HR 8 in Middletown, for
>n laake street, and one oa
J. B. FENIMORR
rpiiRER
J. rent.
Lockwood.
March 10
F OR RKJiT.—TWO IIOt'SES OK ANDER
SON ST., MIDDLETOWN, DEI,. Puuea
•lon (Iren 2 fithol Mnreh. Apply to
mar 2 -If ROtf. A COCHRAN.
noon

Apply '.a
Schanck, Acker ft Siblty
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
FRUITS, PRODUCE &c
103 PARK PJ.ACE, NEW YORK.
DRY
Refer by Permission to
I II 0 . 1 . Itaac I). Jone«. Priam. Ann., Md.
j lion. John B. Whitehead, Marur of Norfolk, Ta.
Win. Lamb, K«q. N.rfolk, Va.
Don. Jorapli Comb», Freehold N. J.
Henry Cownlll, B»q. Wood.ide, Del.
Itaac H. Fl.ner, Brq. Coiliier Sealord, DR.
Hon. W. II. lion, Kr-Oor. of Del., Seaford.
Wm. Walker, E.U. Doeer, Del.
Samuel Towo.ena, F.,,| Townrand, Del.
Corretpondenc* lollciled. Shipping card« and Stencil Plate« furiiuhed. Send for price-current
and circular. [n»y »*-tf]
(
THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN THE STATE.
Q If
DeWoti;
308 Market Street,
TOJT, REE
Having enlarged my »loro, I have no» on hand the largest ami bf.t «elected »took of
SPRING CLOTHING, for GENTS, YOUT1I8 and BOYS, in the
Stale, which I am offering at Price« to «uit all.
A separate Apartment for Bnya Clothing Good all wool Suit« at
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere
[April G —Cm ]
CARPETS.
J. E. ft E. B. ORNE
t
904 Chestnut Str et, I'hilntlelpliiu,
'arpetingri errr inported. Notwithstanding
»st Elegant Variety of Nr
«UNE bave d» '
(I the
Have now c|
the great advance, J. F. A E. B
.^t. at old pri es.
ined to offer their eilt
J. F. k E. B. DUNE
irpct,. at
- 50 per i
d double width*
f*v BrtiwD
p.-tî. ail the
Tap»to. y f
closin
a Ilea* v r
Ini:.* rtuti* us. Vrivet at. i Eng
.f rp. ;ivii axmin.stkb
of fl
out Hie bal.
\!iTF.fS n
A l.o
i April«—.u>!
Goods are ne.ter advertised by this House as
Jiarqains , unless they are actually
under the market value."
4C
!
—o
VA RPET DEPA R TMENT.
I
FUR THE PRESENT,
CROSSLEY'S, DOURLE CROSS, BEST
Kngli^Si Tapestry Brshsek
fl.SO
IN XKW AND FASlIHtNAHI.K I»1
G NS
rgains in ingrain, oil cloths a- matticgs.
IiV
\\
d
!
put
>•
§
t
AND -2-2-J MARKET STREET.
WU.MINU TON, DEL,
I
1871 —ly.
Jan 2
•2t?8
EDWARD MOORE
22 8
Manufacturer of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AM) ROY»S.
1
Bell.
,
«|»e.
tel
A FAROE ASSORTMENT OF
^
AND SUMMER CLOTHING
SPRINCi
-
r"
ON HAND, MADE \ V IN THE LATEST STYLE AND LEST MANNER.
ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OF
- j
^
PIECE (iOODS, fol- Ordre Work.
228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del.
'
Apr *22—ly
V
i USES WITH l.M'iami.K :
/*« »IT MABKlNf
Henry Clayton ,
Pleasant j
CREEPER <>F
Hack liramha, Rujf
AND
Partridge Cochins.
_ . ,
_ . _
DARK BRAHMAS
„red fron, Ch.be l-parta.k»«.■ «f CUPP, «'ad» jwr
and Vnnwlnale,
of
nt
Del. ,
Mt.
»I
r
all
BUl'U COCHINS
From W. 11. Chtirvliman'. noted .iruin«, and ■'
PARTRIDGE COCHINS
From Choi.* Imporlntloii.ofSIiani r .nil Itrinlon
Eggs For Sale ,
ALSO, A FEW CHOICE COCKRttl-S.
AH I»rin>u iniermtul in Choice
All person, imtrcuuu »/• vnvn* ■ e
Pun/lrn are invitid to coma ami
ruuirj .
mtf Breeding rote's, and judge
-
see
for themtelces.
ApHI It 8 *
i USES WITH l.M'iami.K : I'«;
I
it.
/*« »IT MABKlNf
INK
|hh
graved. A Solid Silver 1'MIIUKI.l.A 1*1.ATK. !
engraved with muni and nddn"«. 7S rent», pint- 1

jwr he .ir."" 1 .! .raw»
.. - |, ,,,nde Sienell llru.hr«, all rolor.
of dn Sienril Ink. Bnggngf and K* v Checks, Ac.
Burning Bran»!» anil Sind Stamps. Notary I'lihlir
Val«, A* . ?•&' Order* l y mail promptly at
tended to. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders left
nt \Vord* n k Evan*' Peueli Basket Fa* to
receive prompt ntti-ii t ion. J. K. WOBURN,
iHnmom! State Stencil Dep»>t,
Next door to Saw Mill,
Smyrna, Del.
Ti»* only nest
,
.
JN ''."'ink b
IV -111 ,,f m,r
<1 Warranted Silver N no- i'late*. '
Ärf«k°Ä «ii 'de.'^plî; !
lent Ly mail, postage paid, tor
trilled rircuiar of Ih-igu* sent
»I 4*
'k Sirtiii' 1

(ft
r ute l 1
n. niu.
... UldKng
ark ing find lin» n.
all
■'
will
Fch 3, 1872—ly
For Coroner.
r» I*. Omncntir I nr,, of .Wir Guilt C un/y.
Fr.u-ow Oitiwaa:—from the «»tteiin* rote
e ,„,, m , hnt ,orare . «ml th* rame»t » , .licite, Ion
of numéro«, ftimd., I «pin o» r m.i «-if r«r rbe
office of Cormier of Now On,tie rounty nt the next
Democratic nomlntlon elaclion, and pledge my
.elf to the nominee of the party.
May 4th,'72-tn RICHARD GROVES.
CHEAP
STOREtt
■ä
IIA3 JUST RBCKIVKU A LARON AND.,
WELL SELECTED STUCK Of DOOM
CUNSI8TI.NU, IN PART, OP
DRY GOODS.
NOTIONS,
GROCERIES.
BOOTH .
SHOES,
HATS.
CADE
Q If EE NS WA RE,
WOOD A WILLOW WARE,
EARTHEN A STONE WARE.
Emu, y eats,
ready-made
CLOTHING,
AI-SO, AGENT FUR
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
And ia fall ev»rjthing u.u.llj kept in «
FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY STORE
t
All «f which «• »liould I» pl«*«*<
to have yoe
CALI AND EXAMINE
!
NO CHARGE
i
you SHOWLW GOODS,
i
TERMS CASH!!!
J. F ELIASON,
Cheap Store.
IMiddlctown, Del.
! *pr i: if
I
u^iars
IN
»SILVER COIN,
way in
Tu U i,
PRISM ! UAIS t
,T
S. R. STEPHENS & CO'8.
S T U H K .
!
C A 9 II
t
W# art bow atTsr.ag s new steak of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
it Vsr i'v *»n.l Stil«, si low price«
*f gr*
I
for C««h.
pnv to all pci- R« purchasing to
irr, 5 per e»»l
IV« will
r hv* i• •:
or
th
> h " nJ
g;v*
„ keep consttuV
ill
.jqwolfully invi
IflJ el J- " !«■
!a
nf til« Right for Nsw
v, of liai! I Little Wsslier.
F P. STEPHEN« Jt CO
Middletown, Del.
c 0 ;*
N B.
wnrr*
I'riee
Fire Do'.lsrs
April 27—tf,
TI II«: IMIMK ) V.Ivl >
FLORENCE.
NKWiN«'» MAl-iHNH MAD$.
THR BEST
onlv mm-lMMC that n ak.*< L*»ir ditfviswl
e ■ Th« only machin* ihn» fasten* In»«««»
T
' slit* ii
Thsuniv mat bin** Hint will move th* w<"kii
2 v diraetiei. .I. - re.'. ' »ml Ihrool} lusihtiir itisl
: I'«; ». i'",',, T »nTq*beVt!"e'.7 S rf
I roml.innl .ilk ■' ^ ,„ y of
it. wnrk n ill, ravrot Uniiroeemenl« ren.ler ii ths
ilr.in.l.l.. rtural.le nn.i .•*-»* I'» 1 "' 1 » ^
l " l y;«r- Agmis wanted
!
1
Ac.
at
left
Del.
. together
b '""av'IiXn'* PENSVI'AC-KEn. »••»$»**•.
m,r ,„r 57 - 3 n..r 1133 I'hrttuul M ! lillad
' -
! HILLIARD & McMULKIN,
the world.
roMMissioN iiFjkj.jta« ü»
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
1 >oinesttç P'lMiit, &c.
ilOO ninl ÜTO,
West Washington Market,New York.
apr JT—Cm.
CUCUMBER
will
PU IMPS!
J. B FF.MMCItB k CU.
Middletown, Dal.
A$a«.r.
apr 27—6*10,
C. MAISEL,
rote
Ion
rbe
next
my
TAILOR, (From Paris)
MSI CkMtBMt StVMrt,
PHILADELPHIA •
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