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■ t urn —>■ uranr uimur
TRIMS—$1.00 a year, payable la adeancr.
No paper dlaeontiaaad until ao ordered, except at
the option of the pabllaher.
na
law,
RATES OF ADVERTISING.-Advertisements
of 10 linos or leas will be Inserted twice for $1 00,
ssd 25 cents for each Additional Insertion. But
uarter of a col
carda, $10
une, 3 aaoaiba,
$13. Une-hair of a column, 3 month,, $18, 0
Iha, $30 ; ont year, $00. One column, one
year, $100. Baeiaaaa Locale, 10 cent* a Una for
each iaaarllon. Marriage* and Death* laeerted
frm. Obltuariei charged for at regular adrar
IMag rate*.
,
year. O
6 moot
5?;
ne-ui
hs, *
13; one year,
A. Slap at Camden.— We take tbe fol
lowing extract from e letter to the Wil
mington Commercial, inppoaed to bare
been written by Her. il. W. Tood :
"A careful obaerrer, who apenda x few
day* at tbi* popular resort will be likely
to reach the conclusion that rery few per
eona riait tho camp through eny higher
motive« than tho«« erining out of dv«irc
fur e scasou of recreation and aociul en
joyment. l'crbxp* tho holding of the
meeting can be ju«tified even if these be
the controlling motive* therefor, liut if
the accomplishment of * spiritual good bit
the object, it ia the judgment of many that
it would be largely aubaurred by • tempo
rary discontinuance of the mealing for a
bout fire year«, until all the young folks
Ml present contemplating courtship
marriage be matrimonially disposed of ;
then it ta thought, with little care, the
boys and girls of to-day might b« taught
that they cannot with propriety monopolise
the whole of the encampment and of the
time for Lhc purpoa* of courtship."
ct.
22,
at
and
a
Suit Answer ]'u&<j»Kxr Ex
M*yor tiuylea J. Uuweu. of Washington,
writ«« a LelUr to (J. I,. Watkine, K»<| , of
Meipiu, New Vor It. in which lie states that
l'rrsidcnt Grunt hail "cheated" him in a
business transaction out n( $'25,000, and
that he intends to "prosecute tirant before
the courts, and has made arrangements to
commence suit against him at the next
term" He says he intends at the time
to show up the whole transaction aa "an
iudex to (i rant's private character." It
fa presumed that the transaction referred
In ia the purchase of the house in Wash
ington for tieneral Sherman, in which tbe
president is alleged to have made a pecu
niary bit. and about wbiah there was some
gossip at the time.
TH K NXRKBY S.
MlPPI.KTOWN MARKET
Wheat .
Corn,.
pats.
Timothy Need.
Clover " .
Kgg*..
llutler.
SI 95
V« 9« I
.3*i
..4 VU
«*, 50
...,.22 cts. 'r* doll
. :ttt 0i MScts V» lb.
. ill., IU " "
. r.f. |1 " *•
rd
*ork.
potatoes, new...
Turkey*.
Ducks.
g5pri»)g Chjckcnf
MfCSC....... .
...$I.imj< 3 )*| 23 V bus.
If.f«» IH T* lb.
I •»(«»• 18 >1 lb
!5fo 18 'r* lb.
lu(.. 12 'fi lb.
rmuiiKU'iu.
$».«5(îi 1.70
!.... .43 1
.$7 50 !
. 4 7fc '
prime
fN»rn, yellow.
4fats ( Pennsylvania)
fîiuversecd .
Timothy.
d wheat
c
i
WILTUKWUltir«
Flavoring I'.ifti'ncts
!
arc warranted equal toanv ina*le. They an- pre
nared from the fruits, and will lie found murh
Y rtUr than many of th« 1 fùlr^eta that a
A»k tfour (irocer or Dfuygut Jo,- ff r » »
/hfrneti.
■old
II%KI.OIY'H INDiqp lll.l'U
I», without doubt, the Ix'St at tide iu tin. market
for bluing clutliej.
four times the
inure th
the only genuine i» that put up at Alvuri* W
nrnors * Dtcu Sn»««. No. 233 North Second
Philadelphia, Pa. The laliels hav«* iHjth Wilt
liergcr s and Barlow 's name 4»n them, ofhirt
ur» counterfeit. For sale by most groc/jf* and
druggists.
WlLTBEBGER S INDELIBLE INK will
found on trial to »>r a Mip*-rior article. Always
<>n hand, and for sale at t < son aide prie«*». Pure
Grund 8|deee. Genuine Mdii iues, (Immoii Skins
S|*onges, Ta pi in'a. Pearl, .Sago, and all artii les
in the drug line, nt
ALFREh WU. TBKRd ER S DR Cd STORE ,
So. 233 North Second St. Philadelphia, Pa.
July H, 1871—ly
It pill color more water than j
* height of indigo, and much j
T olhir » wli blue In tho n,««-krl.
'K.
HILLIARD & ÄKMULK1N,
COMMISSION* DEALERS IN
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Domestic Fruit* «fcc.
3G8, 309 nrul 37'0,
West Washington Market,New York.
JW All H«ak«li foil wnl be pnU
A. T. Hlt.lDI.fY. Ap.-at,
Middletown, Del.
KBrEHBHU.
.Samuel Townsend, Esq. Townsend, Del.
II. A. Frailer, Esq , Samfras, Md.
Kelly k Guild, Miadletown, Del.
Hubert Griffith, K*q. Ka#sufras, Md.
apr 27—Cm.
J. B. FOARD,
Middletown Delaware,
SOLE AUENT FOR
)SLIHU JEFFERSON, A SON,
New Castle,
FOR THE PURCHASE OF
flBAIR,
AMD SALE OF
LIME, FERTILIZERS, SEEDS, ho.
OFFICE AT THE DEPOT,
Middletown, Del.
Jxx 14—tf
FOR SALS !
nllonx of para CIDER VIN
Apply to
I. B. FEN I MORE,
Middletown, Dot.
SAMUEL FBNINORR.
ROUT 3000
BOAR.
A
July 6 — If.
CUCUMBER
PUMPS!
J. B. FRNIMORB k 00.
Middletown, Dol.
A gent j.
xpr 27—«mo*
LOCàlJ.
Bn (menl hM tht public confidence become
la Dr. Ajrr'l medicine*, end to prent tbe de
mand for thorn, that unprincipled rlllalaeara al
ptlnp to demie* tl « unwary by impoeinp op
11»«* their worth lee* unatraaM under a alm
na t
ilarltr of tutu». Cherry Pectorial Loxmxxx, Dr.
Ayer a Troche*. Ayer 1 * Paatilaa Tor Couphe.
Cherry Pectorial Couph Drone, Arer'e Freer and
Apae Cure, Dr. Aytr'a Indien Pilla, Ac., Ac.,
(none of which are Dr. Ayer'a manufacture or
rnmpueition ) are specimen» of thie villainy and
deceit. They not only defVaud the eich or their
money but of thrir health, or the recovery of
tlielr With, which U far mure important than
money. From actual rountrrfelle the peaplr
protected by law which the Doctor promptly
force*, but them evaaiom aometimee elude
law, and pu.-chaaere muet protect thrmarlvee hr
refueint to be deceived by them.—Dover (N. II.)
are
(ireut nörgeln* in Hprlng and Hemmrr Dreu
Qooda, et the Large Brick Corner Store hr
N. M. REYNOLDS
Call and tinmiur the large ajsortnwnt of 13)
ct. Lswim, for («I* by
8. M. REYNOLDS.
Japanese Pa,liar et 39, 30, 39, end 40 rts.
8. M. REYNOLDS.
Plaio, Black ami Striped Grenadines at ID, 20,
8. M RRYNULD8.
22, 25, 30 and 35 clt.
I
led
No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel, ia bills, and half
bblf., and Fortland Herring by the bid., »riling
at reduced prices. 8. tf. REYNOLDS.
draff. Grain nnd Briar Scythe* n»id Sncaths,
Hay,'Straw nnd Mnnurt Forks in Urge assort
ment, at manufactures' prices, by
8. M. REYNOLDS.
2,000 Ibt. Rock .Salt, in Store nnd for salt by
8. Me REYNOLDS. '
Not lb s .
To our customers, and fruit growers generally,
would lay : —Having been creditably in
formed that some partie» were circulating a re
port, that our |'t , iuh trees were not reliable, as
our varieties were badly mixed, as wc cut lèverai
sorts and put all together, and hud from them,
regardless of the mixture, that we lake buds
from tree» that have tbe yellow», Ac.
We would inform those interested that our
stork i» budded mostly from healthy bearing
trees, and the buds taken off when the fruit i»
them, nnd which we know to l»e correct. When
we get hud» from other Nurseries, in all case»,
we get them from the most reliable parties in the
business, nnd all buds are t ut under o
personal observation, and no buds, that there is
a question about their genuineness are used, but
rejected at once. No buds from diseased trees
are used on any consideration. We use natural
Or
P
d for stock, ai«) »pure no pr
or expe
be gr»»w n. and all
to prove them ns
Having had upwards of twrnty
yrars experience in the Nur« r.v businrss, we can
with confidence pay, wc believe, woran grow
trees A«*., with correctness, and satisfaction to
all who may favor "» with their patronage.
KELLY k Gl ILD.
Middleti
tree» as fi
making o
wr ask. is a trial of our
represented.
ns e
N
Del'. •
Middletow
BAUGH'S
I
RAW BONE SUPER PHOSPHATE
OF LIME,
irranted.
( 'ath
Standard highly improted
Price, $45.00 per 2000 /As .
.1
Xctr Material u:cj tj manufacturing 'B-T
b'vw U'gfk) gqn* in operation. •'Art
Ihr . Vh,
The lift irhirh lift If Of/rd our ten It
rtf tlelilj/.
ntrtl m/j.'v U !•»•/
»/ April,
1
!
'
Haw Born
Wr wnrrnnt the ;tn|iJnrJ of
Phosphate pi l*c of a higher grade than before.
No consignment* V ill be mad * under any cir
c unis lances.
n c>mtlnue to sell at our
l\ rkt uil.uwr m
It is
•criai'
duce*i ptL
present
i Ratr
y.rtrnnl
We t'.ank our customers and friend* gen- j
! trolly for their continued trad*
order«.
\\e can also furnish ojjf
GROUND RAW BONE.
WARRANT»!) I'CRK.
At $45,00 /«r 2000 lb* , cash
j Orders for fall trm|e are requested lo be sent
j in ns early os possible.
BAUGH & SONS.
Ko. 30 Ho tit II II* la Mare A»;. Ft$4U<lel|ilila
July 20 —if.
WESTERN MARYLAND
COLLEGIi:
For Studrn** qf both sexes in Distinct Depart
ments, Westminster» Md
fl^lllS Institution is under tbe >pe« isl patron
L agent the Maryland Annual Conference of
th« Methodist Proieslnnt Church, but is strictly
free fr«
v sectarianism, either in it* Course
of Study or Rules of Discipline,
male students recite in separate classes, but all
have the advantage of instruction from every
Professor having charge of the studies pursued.
The Vice-Principal, Rev. Dr. Nichols, the Pre
) and several other mcin
tiilc in the college building
constant oversight of tlic boarding
The Course of Study is thorouejh, un
of thirteen Instructors.
Male
d tc
ccptreM ( Miss Dan
ber» of the Faculty
and havi
students.
«Dr a competent ««ups
The Ninth Scmi-Aunual Session will liegiii Sep
tember 3d, 1872.
gxrxitB«, rvR HXMiioa or 21 wxxxs.
Hoarding, Lodging. Washing, Fuel and
Light...
Tuition in
Tuition in
Instrurtion in Music ; with use of instru
ments ).
Matriculation Fee, t payable on entering
Collegiate Department.).
No extra charges for any study in the ycgular
For Catalogues, address
J. T. WARD D. D.. President,
r >%'BSTAIUllfTBH* NU.
July 27. -Oxr.
JONA. BIGELOW & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
roa THE BALK Of
Fruit and Produce,
BO. 33 NORTH MARKET S T
BOSTON.
it has a Transfer Agent in New York.
W. P. PHILLIPS, Agent,
Milford, Del.
$00 00
17 50
30 00
Preparatory Department
Collegiate "
... 25 00
.... 5 00
course.
RirHUifn
Nxthxn Rabbit», Pwx't F«o»uil 11*11 Mxtion«l
Rxnk, Rntton.
Jathux Lorio,. Pr«ldcnt Bl««luionc Nxtianxl
Bank. Benton,
Jonxx Hxllxtrxm ACo., 85 D»yfitr«xt, M»w York.
A. B. Dxtwilxr. C'ornrr Front nnd Bprncc 84».
Phlladrlpbia. t _ .
Dn.il Wnrnrr A Co.. 331 Sooth DxUwnra A*n
eux, Phllndclphln.
Jolj 17— !»•
To Sel l or L oan ! I
A Tbrax jeer old ALDERNEY BULL.
E. R. COCHRAN
J4ly 57-:*.
Middletown. Dei.
GROVER êc BAKER'S
Highest Premium
ELASTIC STITCH
pbio
mil
*gd
Well
4
will
and
of
Md.
fair
the
or,
on
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 11
I HAVE on band a lew of the above excel
lent Machine», which I will sell at
Greatly Reduced Rates.
The»* Machine» for beauty nnd Elasticity of
Stitch, »nd simplicity of machinery can be excel
led by none.
THE REGULAR PRICE IS $00,00
I will make a discount of
10 PER CENT FOR CASH,
of
Or ! will sell them
time, to be paid for in
monthly instalments of $10,00 each.
SEWING MACHINES TO HIRE
AT
01.00 PER WEEK.
S. M. REYNOLDS.
j
I
PIT- Satisfaction guaranteed, or the Machine J l
taken back after a week's trial.
y other
d general family
d du- j
TE8TIMONI ALS.
j
Mrs. II. M P. Allen. No. 728 Chestnut Street, |
Philadelphia, deposed :
"The Grover *k Hiker fur excels
•bine for dreis-tnnking
The stitch also is more beautiful
y other stitch that I know of. The
chine is so simple in its combination of parts
difli- 1
raid«* than
d its practical operation, that it is t
,
cult to get it out i<t order, and any operative can
manage it It i* the only machine which ha:*
)ct succeeded in embroidery."
j
;
Mrs. Ilcnrv W
•1 Beecher w rites :
"More than two-thirds of all the sewing done
he last two
I.
, nnd I have |
ding, ex
• bovs w iil timk
A Baker's Mach
by Grov
noter had a g
cept those refits whit h froli
in u hole cloth. It i.. in u
most valual.de ol »nv I have tried
b
p ..
y opinion, I y far the
June 22—tf
J. THOS. HTJDIJ.
aucruunft to
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
Brokers & Real Estate Agents,
(UltlKH UN 51 AIM AXl* CAMM NTtIKKTH. |
Middlotown, Delaware,
WILL ATTEND PROMPTLY
LECTION OF
NOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, die. kc.
Tu TDK COL- j
!

j
!
NEGOTIATE PLIMTIA8Î* C 8KLI
üTttf'KS n.V H IMMISSION,
And oiler f.»r «ale
/
Valuable Real Estate,
desirable F »rrns
Contpriving some of th«
I bo P-',ii:i • ;la.
Correspondence by mail solicited
j
* t -4f*'C , l i
i
Refer bv jM-rmt.««»' u to tlii fol!^
gctitleincu .
Hun. R F. Ilolid., •. Si. v f r .Hc. Annapo
lis. Md
W. R Hergltolf. Memphis U Kl P.
Railroad. N. V
R. Atkin«un. Ranker. 41 Broad *». N Y
Hon. Richard 8chell, 5u Wall - "
Col. Rlanto
Pa-iflc !
1
Duncan. I «ouïsville, Ky
•ii.ral. Baltimore, Md.
k Co. Philad« Iphir
. Robert Patterson,
Geo. Heir, Adj (b
Sevfert. MeM;
Gi
march 17—tf
FRUIT TUFFS
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS :
AMU
FOB Ö A LE, -AT ODESSA M ItSEKIKS.
ookmia, 01
AUV.
- •
PEACH.PK.Mi. 'V CHEER Y TREES]
j
roll FALL PLANTING *, ALSO.
00
50
00
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS !
Of all kinds, and a general A|#ortmc^l <»f Nurse
ry sto* k
00
POLK k HYATT
sept i3—If
00
HOTICE TO PEACH GROWERS.
FJTIIK
deriigncd hereby give notice to the
Peach Grower* of the Hclnity of Middle
town, that they will deal in
season, and will give .»<* good pn fi. either for
orcb.Ards, pr by tV* basket for the whole season,
or from day to day, a* any other bjyeri.
Ore of th«« firm will '»««• in Middletown, on and
inft., to gl*e the liu#ine^; his per
t. J. O. k k. KORBI».
che« again this
after the 2£th
sonnt attention
July 18th. IB7J.
July 20—tf.
HANDS WANTED !
A LL men, women and children deserving
employment, can obtain il by calling at the
Fruit Preserving establishment of Jackson. Pyle
k Co*. Those wishing to secure employment
me requested to make appiicatton immediately.
JACKSOK, PILE k COX.
Juljr 20—2 (t.
84».
20,000 PEACH BOXES
For Sale by
E. T. EVANS
June 18—1m.
WANTED.
A PAIR OF SECOND HAND PLATFORM
SCALES. Addnxx Box 190
July 37—3*.
F OR RENT -TWO HOUSES ON ANDER
80 N ST.. MIDDLETOWN, DEL. Poor«
•inn cl.en 23th of March. A Dpi.
nur 3—If ROUT. A. COCHRAN.
Middletown, Del.
to
FARMS FOR SAXE!!
Conveniently located near Railroad », /fi
ter« and Canali ; of excellent tollt,
gene rati y Kell improved, and told
on reatonaUe lermt.
No. 1—A form situated in Cecil count.?, Marv
Und, cpnlaing :U3| m res, with large hrick boil
ding«, in excellent repair : benutiful residence ; 2
boats running dally to Baltimore and Philadel
pbio ; soil of excellent qualité and ««II improved;
4,000 |nmcIi trees, 4 years old—will have «bund*
mil crop this year. Tbe farm is under good
hedges and fencing.
Nq, 2—A farm situated 3 miles from Rlkton
*gd qne from canal, known as ''Foard Farm,'*
containing 4no acres; buildings excellent; soil
Well improved and under good hedges; splendid
4 year o'd |emh orchard—will produce 10,000
bankets this year ; the farm will compete In corn,
wheat and grass with any farm on the peninsula;
will ditide elegantly ; very healthy location,
and the owner requests me to say tlia*t this is one
of the finest farms in the »State.
No. 3—A f.irnyif 22 acres, | mile from Rlkton,
Md. ; soil exrcllent for truck.
No. 4—A farm of 137 acres, one mile from Mc
Donough, adjoining land of George \V. Ksrsner,
known ns the "Jesse Higgins Farm buildings
fair ; 4o acres in peach trees and 5 acres in ap
ples, all in bearing. This is a very desirable res
idence. Terms accommoda ting.
No. 5—A farm two miles from »St. Ceorgcs,
lying on the north side of the canal, } mile from
the station, rotitnining 108 acres : six hedged en
closures ; buildings good: soil excellent : 2.000
peach trees, three years obi ; «Do other fruits in
abundance. This farm is known as the Allstan
property.
No. G —A farm of 111 acres adjoining No. 5,
with which it will compare favorably. These
farms will be sold jointly or separately.
No. 7—A farm of B50 acres, on lloheiuia Man
or, known as the Slut ter property : the best soil
on the peninsula. This is a good chance for a
man of mea
tt
No II— A farm of 330 acres miles from Ml.
Pleasant, only to be seen to be appreciated. A
TZfZ * »«-.
of Middletown : soil good, well hedged audio
a? r,rj dt,lruh '* ; ;
No. 13—A farm of 225 acres, near Locus!
Grove, Md.: fl.oou 4-ycar-old |nhcH trees: soil
good, and buildings lu excellent repair. P
-com inodu ting.
j low and terms very
I No. 15—A farm of 145 acres, situated in
inimink Hundred, two miles from To
the Delaware railroad : bpilding* worth
Price, $5.Q0u—very
Ap
J l ,0, l
send
$5,000; 8u acres clear.
cheap.
1 —Three acres of Ian ! in Warwick, un
fair condition and well set
No. 22— A farm of I 28*) acres, U iutifuly
Uituated on Delaw'ar Bav, known a* llomhny
|, ook containing t. 21*'» n«rcs, o upland, l»5u
j improved meadow, 120 wr<* In peat lie,. 150 in
wheat, balance ;ti gras. , the uniti,*
ied, hav- j
X
j »1er ge
| in gra
i fern in g ,
., r
1
. 1M5
uil.l 1
!«)
b.w
ved
-
r. I.
iver Lank, and
, mg
III. little
asked
would
ade worth 5
orth th
Id be
get ic
•it
•: the
j us trio k »oil : n
; furnish thous mds «*t t«
pland is
IX pi
t be surpassed, and
th
there
i) lor Phi!« Id
ol fish.
r sieam
boats leaving the ta
rj
...IT
Dl.i.«
j»ter*
thru
. h profit tl
.r
| an I g
b'g »nilj
ïd divid
ud
»cts ol buildit
.il. • of t l
t lot « i
I
Il I e
fro
changed '.t
y proput;
I '
turning ' 1 >• n ■*, wiihex
cli ar. linlan« «• in titulier
ri>ting of Wiiti-oik. Hickory
th of timber in th .State
•. bei
N • A f I rm -
cel lent I
this i.- th« I
K>
I
lor pe... 1.
the »oil l* « I
| hy
(•soil : e
lid.l tl
ll.-ut
ith
I I will say
-e asked for th«* whole
ton »tation: the bu
md : tin- tract t* d
low ui. 1 te
It .
iug I
th- timb« r ix worth the pr
situated ij miles fn
Id-*
K
ali I.
F*
d I
a t"
•atit
cotunu.
.,M$r ; 1. ,*u
j il"J er
i » w hit,
du
tla
>1 P
. ! laud
the It
t.
! No. 24—A fi
■ miles >n
• bitmng 32
• ty, i
t the l*c t mi
I *cla
Hh new building».
St
in t!i
» *n c. Im-atcd
orchard of ftoun, five
fine it lia« been well limed.
mu ) :<
! lusting about
mu *1 .
cd
\ f irm ii ii'.ainitig PT acrei. known
Wu, Hex bu! I farm, mosilv upland, this h '
e proper!v. al
lsu fi
d I
No.
'
mi . trout Delaware
K «h«
«, wharf
ho
N,
unit Bridge
*■•11. situated at
1<
!
ilcga
P''
t.
,s farm eontainittg l.*»u wen
No.
building«
j mile* from M.ddletua n. elegi
l i ground ' lu.i '••» tin « . «i i
i erlies i
to comfort to the l eth'iug*
No. .'4—{<7 acres elegant building* plenty
•1
f t!
fiut-s
ry tiling attui hi d
late : '
! fruit.
N.». A*
res, with elsgnnt building, and
te ml 1.3 ^f at. tu org« *: good
iihin
trie k land.
fruit.
1
I
d hits it
Middlcto-«n, nnd ■
I ham houses ;
s and
•d
all ,
• •
k'l
price from '
Ho* th«- peninsula, ranging 1
ÿl75 ja r acre, which I v ouid take pie;
»wing to p
» isiiing t<

«I.
ill
II lll. il f.l
I .
i. .-m-.*
I or leave d< o rimion at
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„.•r ..I HR,(AD AND AXDEItSiK >TS. MID
Dl.KToW N, DEI., in I .((H g«uii;K »I' « ■ata
: U ' r,rfu ' ^ lr ' hu,iutt
Ecu. W. Ingram.
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AUCTION.
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ï»**. Clothing. Harness, kc. k <
j night. If you want to save mo
1 *c<* for yourself.
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vert Situ
, call at
N.
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time
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GKO. W. INGHAM.
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ACADEMY
MIDDLETOAVN
FIRST CLASS
BOARDING
the
for
A Ml
DAY SCHOOL.
js<r* For full informatiau relating tlie s hoot
end for a Catalogue.
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Print ipah
Middletown
July 8—tf.
NEW HOTEL
At Townsend Delaware.
the
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TOWNSEND HOUSE.
EN Jim. I.t. 1872. will nccomniovintc tin
ivonr.lvr«
will m nil
O'
travelling public and permanent
nt very reasonable rate* The bar «
»inte« be stock it! with choice win«», liquors, To
bacco and Segars. Fine o vsters I ft fcoa#«>o.
Hoping bv strict attention to butiuess to ment a
liberal, share of the* public patronage generally.
JAMES (\ TOWNSEND,
Proprietor.
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Jnne 8—ly.
DR. H. O. REGISTER,
DENTIST,
No. 007 Walnut Slav et,
PHILADELPHIA.
xug 13—tf
OF LADIES' SUITS
IN LINENS, WHITE VICTORIA
LAWNS AND SWISS,
The latest Paris and New York Styles
from .$3.50 to $20.00.
Special attention is invited to our Suit
Department, as we can sell a fashionable
and handsome Suit* ready to wear for less
than the cost of making, in the ordinary
manner.
BARGAINS IN SILK ANI) WOOL BLACK HERtyANIES.
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Granville Worrell
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220 AND 222 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Jan in, Ufl ly*
Cfikannb Arif or If Qihloif
1 »II n 111 mWrn. ■ llllACI flu ulUIC W
WllllH will ■ ■WBmWB ^ M
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..COMMISSION M ERCHANTS.
; FRUITS, PRODUCE &c
103 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
Refer by Permission
D Jonc». Princes* Anne, M.«.
Hon. I«
I! John It. Whitehead. Mavor ofl»orfolk,\ a.
I at. b. F Norfolk. Va.
. aosepii Combs. Freehold N. J.
d-i.b*. Del.
r S Gord. D* I
*1 Del., Sen ford.
. Del.
Ilcnrv few gill, Esq. W
l-ti«- II Fi-her. F.-q Ci-hi
Gnrr^popdrnce folictted.
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lion. W II lio-8. F.\-(
Win. Walker. Esq Do
Hantuel Townsend. Esq. To
send. Del.
Send for pru c-current
[may 18-tf] •
Shipping curd» and Stencil Plate* furnished,
und circular.
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THE LARGEST CLOTHING lUH'SK IN THE ST ATI
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BeWolf,
368 Market Street
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elected stock of
Having enlarged nr -f r«*. t have now on hand tl»e largest nnd he-t
SI 1 HI Ni I ('LuTIlIMi. f*»r LENTS. Ynl 'TIIS nnd 1D)YS, in tho
hielt I ai}) offering at Prices to suit nil.
State,
mod nit wool Suits nt $10.
A -epnrnte Apartment for li* v> Plntlnng
1 all a,nt examine U-iure |iurcha.«iuK il.«wh«rc
. I jin", »1 —ihn
228
Manufacturer of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
A I.AUtlK ASSOItTMKNT OF
•-.-SPRING AND SUMMKR CI.OTJLING
UN U V N I » M uu: If IN Tili: I, A TUST STYI.K ' V D BUST MANNKR.
ALSO, A tlllKAT VAHIKTV OF
EDWARD MOORE,
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ALSO, A tlllKAT
PllsCK GOODS,
228 MARKET
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LINKS WITH IM'M IIH.K
1 tl; M UIKIN);
1'
INK
Tl.e uni-.
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Hd Silver N
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and Warr
Suju
f
ith bottl
dc to ur.br.
vl.n
V
d ludelliblc Ink. Prush 11
mplete.
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Old I t .
iar of I »« »ig u
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lieh
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a S'ri|(. !•!..
l)|llltl:l.l.A 1*1. A1 !■:
■ , 111.1 avMrra*.
A Solid St!
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W rapj it g-j*
l* for tn.irkii
I. Als
urk, for marking llarrei». It
per. Ac.
Show C
all »ixe»
of dry St< m il Ink. Baggag«
Burning BramUaml Steel Stamp*. Notar.' Public
Seal« A . T. ir Orders by mail promptly at
guaralilted Orders !i ft
V
Alphabets
tr.l-. Pi ." Lai eD. k> . lor store
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a«|e Stent ll DlUSll« « all
*1 K
Ion
'heck-. A<
. IV.,. I. Il.i.k. i Kvu l..rv « ill
„. U .it.li n * Kvi
.1 K WOliDLN
c Stencil Depot.
Next door to 8aw Mill,
Smy
pt attention
Diamond St
pro
ly
Feb 3 1872
W. H. WANSER,
Peach King of New York,
! Will b, in tbe mnrkt'i to piirrli«>' «II poovl
! orchards offered «luring lhc ensuing season.
1 Purchasea made from day to «lay. Consignment*
j un commission solicited. K. T. F.\ ANS.
22—tf
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WM. LEA & SONS'
! POUTAXAT AND KIRKWOOD
BRAND FLOUE,
For 8»lv btr
a
I />inr 22—If.
K. T. K* ANS.
3«7. T. KVA NS,
WHOLKSAl.E k RKTAI1. DKAI.RR
IN FLOUR AND FEED.
33—If
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E. T. EVANS.
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT,
MIDDLETOWN. "EL
June 32—If
VAHIKTV OF
for OrrlrT Work.
ST. Wilmington, Del.
Ilairy ('laytun,
Ml. Pleasant, Del.
BREEDER "E
Da rli lira in ha, Raff
AND
Partritlye ( hell ins.
DARK BRAHMAS
at ions of Clapp. Wade
Bred from Chut* •• Im|*<»
and Vanwinkle:
BUIT COCHINS
W II. Churchman s noted strains, and
PARTRIDGE COCHINS
cr and Brinton.
lufSha
Choice Iiupurtatioi
Ft
Kyys Fur Sale,
ALSO. A FEW ( HOICK COC'KERLS.
All persons interested-in Choice ,
incited to come anfC
mi1 llrteding Fowls, and judge
]> ou / lr y
(]t€ft\8clvCft.
are
see
April J»—flm
MARKET St. FURNITURE STORE.
1019
Mnrkt-I Mrrrl,
101!»
PHILADELPHIA.
II Ylilli
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FIRIITIRK
PROM TttK MAXrrAm'l
n.RRCT
ROBERT WILSON
Cabiuet-Maker A Upholsterer,
No. 1019 M ARK ET 8RRKET, PHILADELPHIA,
Manufacturer of, and Dealer in, Fine and
Medium Furniture of all kinds,
wholesale and retail.
ALSO, COTTAGE CHAMBER SPITS.
gm~ Mattraascs, Redding, Feathers, ko.
kc. of every deacription. All goods wsrraated.
All goods sold cheap for caih.-^K.
apr 1J—3m
m
oo.,
W. M. KENNARfl
»VJ THE »MUHEST AT
4th and *
Wilmington, Del.^
OFFKU TUK FULLUWWO
For Spring Mid Summsr.:
BLACK bU.KB,
BLACK SILKS, 1.87J.
BLACK SILKS, 1 50.
BLACK SILKS,
BLACK SILKS. *2 00,
BLACK SILKS. '2.50.
75,
ÇOLÇJtEÜ SILKS. |125,
ÇQL0RED SILKS. 1-50.
COLORED $1LKS. \
COLORED SiLKS, 2 00.
COLORED SILKS. 2.25.
JAPANESE SILKS, $ .75
JAPAXK3K SILKS, .81)
JAPAXMBKSILKS, 1.00
JAPAXKSK SILKS, 1.12)
JAPAXKSB SILKS, t.29.'
MOI/ A IS SL'L TAXAS, $ .33)
SILK SULTANAS, .13
SILK Sfl.TAXAS, *1)
SILK Sl'LTAXAS, 1.00
SILK St'L TAXAS, 1.33

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; life AC K UQUA1R . $ .57 j
I BLA Çk' MOHAIR,
50
\ BLACK IfOKAIK, C3i
j BLAÇÇ J
I BLACK Kyll AIN, I 0 *t
svitixt; m.psc i, $ .33
SPIlIXll ALPACA, .31
SPBIXG ALPACA, 31j
SI.'MIX'S .3$
SP.ltIX G \LPACA, «I
4
! MACK JJKRXA.VA, 5 5 »
BLACK HERN A AM, .62 J
BLACK //A'//.V4.V i, .75
i BLACK Ui.U A.I.V.l 874
LI t ( K NKR\ I.V I.
in .1 ;k >/ r r v i.v.i.
I oc
1.2w
.VA' IF CL AIDS, 25 tH
SKWPLAWf, là "
YEW PL AIDS, 2ft M
J A'IF EX AIDS, 25 •*
SEW PLAIDS, 2ft"
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NEW STRIPM. 25 ctr.
NEW STRIPES, 25 "
.VA » STRIEES . 25 "
NEW STRIPES.
NEW STRIPES, 2 :,
WHITE PEPI AS, 2h*i
WHITE PfQÇAf, 21 "
" HITE PE<JCAS. 374 "
M IIITE Pl\>CA9, ha "
WHITE PERL AS, 63| "
\UlirK GOODS ALL KiXDS,
» Hin: HOODS Al l KIXDS,
Will TP HOODS, AU KIXDS,
wuin: hoods, all kixda,
WIIITK Hoods Al l. USDS.
AND KV HR Y \ AH1KTY
NEW STYLE
DRESS GOODS
ÇLOTH8
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CAHSIMERB8, AC.
ALL TU BE SOLD
AT MUOH REDUCED RATES 11
TflE STOCK IS mix 4*D COMPLETE
And mult bo Mid b»^n r «fo ra iu$ to tho or*
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