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-- - tf » Nov to Keep (Mary. ■ A corrcapetnteut of .»«urr'i Itntpl give« the following hints: •• Knr the benefit of those of your rend ers who Imre never stiececdod in keeping eoWrv Wf.dkMI* rpidili.Mi throughout the I) t will glee a file hy «hielt l hare preferred celery, free fnmi rut nr rust, ns late aa the la-t iij March. ,N.-vcr work at celery in any way uule-a the planta be perfectly dry. KariIt Up never before ten o'clock, a m , or after four, r. « , and then only n very dry nud son-shiny day. lu the . aa soon ne the ground begins to freeie enough to unku the slightest crust in the morning, select a dry nnd sun-shiny day, atid as near noon as possitde, pack your celery in boxes, (l use soap or starch box es) placing first a layer of earth, about one iuclt deep ; then n Inycr of celery ; placing the plants just fur cuough apart to not lay against each other, nnd thus alter nating earth and celery until the boxes are filled, having the first and last layers of earth. 1'lncu the boxes where the cel ery will not freexo, (hut U"t in a heated room) and yuur celery will keep splendid ly, and he always convenient for use." winter, (and l know of severs on fat!. and nil ail Flowing Twice for Wheat. The A eorreapoit.htil writes:—If anyone will break Ilia ground deeply and thor oughly ltv I or three linns .hiring the spring and summer, tho extra amount of wheat per sere will pay f .r plowing, and leave a handsome profit besides. I have tested this practice several times with the Moat satisfactory results. Ill lHII'.t I had a Held of rixteen acres of like fertility l expected to plant half the field in corn, hut for some reason T did not. In the half that had keen plowed for corn, after tho ground had -been broken the weeds grew rapidly. Consequently I broke it . again the llllth of June, (lit the first of September following I plowed the entire field nnd 28 •»03 57 cd it iti wheat. The result tv«» a* follow» : The half which had only roc el vs «1 n »itiuh* plovviuc y ich led per acre thirteen Lu«hJl* and eighteen pound»; the hilf that received three brcitkuiga yielded per acre twenty throe bu»h«*D and forty pound*, which ninth* a difference of more than ten htndiel» per acre. At one dollar per tuahel thin would pay for the extra f »lowing, und leave u net protii of six dol urs per acre bc»td«». far Sit i:kp o\ Low Groimi.— It is gener ally believed by furnier», write« a currct pondent, that low, wet land i* very unfav orable for sheep I have kept n flock for four y«ut> in u pasture of thi« deseriptiou —f«»r I In* lii»t two year» with unfavorable result». My »lieep wer«' unhealthy, and many of them <li«*d 1 ascribe it to the wetnc»» «»f my p*»turo. I'jmu the recoin iuend»ti«»ti ot mi ««hi firmer, I gave the aheep churcHil iuix«-d with silt oârinl effect* of this mixture werotouo up My »h« p pr letited nppenriiiien. 1 have continued the treatimnt, uud the nuiuiul» have con tinued to thrive. I suppose the nirdecin ul qualiti«*» of this mixture consirt iu the disitifcctrtut property "f th«* charcoal, and in the iiivulunhl«* tonic nitd alterative prop erties of the »alt. wo tuny add ; for like many other remedial agent*, this article, whet» giv«*H in »mall d «>*♦•*, augment* the digestive function* in larger dose» it is a cathartic. «I« Tb« hen liar, lit Healthful more A Utu Affi.x 0«ot".—A journey tliro' tho ,ix New Kiiglund Stairs ood a portion of N*w York, rrreals the fast that tbe ap ple drop is equally abundant in all qusr • «ers. The trees everywhere aro loaded with this Staple fruit Along tbe Hudson, from Troy to I'uuirbkerp.i*. it in nearly tbe same a, in Connecticut; tlio apple trees aro loaded. In some of the towns about Hartford the trees ore kept front breaking dowu by prop, and stays. •• Golden Sweets" sell to dealers at $1,00 per barrel, and purchasers arc scarce even at that rate. Many farmer» arc feeding them to their stock. In Maine it is the asms. A large dealer in Hartford refused, list week, to take Rhode Island greenings, deliverable in October, at any price above •» ,00 a barrel. It is a great year for ap ples.— Hartford Timet. Tu« Corn Crop in tiik Wkst. —From obeervstiou made during r recent trip through portions of Ibis 8tatc, Indiana and Ohio, we are inclined to tbe opiuion that tbe prcscut maturing crop will bo largest ever raised in the Western country. Farmers in Indiana appear to have appor tioned more thau tlm usual «mount of land to this cereal, and the railroads ap pear to paaa through otm eonlinuoua corn field. The greater portion of the crop is entirely out of danger from frost, and promises an abundant yield. Near Lafay ette, Indians, 10.000 acres of corn in one tract was notieed. We were informed the! farmers in tho vieinity of Cincinnati were eoutraotiog (heir corn ' quite freely fbr future delivery —Chicago Inter-Ocean. the Oat«.—J oah Billing« aaya: "Allyou robe them ia to plow deep, it well, then «prink !o the lo do to & norn WkUwH «TOT tho ground, ono in t pboc, •p nltoo to koep tho chicken« and ok* ont of thorn, than kradlo them togothor. with ■ kradlo, than rake them together with n rake, than alack them to with • «tack, than tbraab tbooi out r It • fini), thon clean ikon up « I, than aharpan both ende of them MM, than ttow «hont away in tha grao , (Hon apood wo« daya and Bnndaya rata and aba. I« ain't any nn »0 rabo oata—try It." with a with v -> , , aoya the oipoum of »wgrawk that, aa • Mfca tha «wet profit an T am, All The t,It this RAW BONE SVPER PRQSPRAI STANDARD GUARANTEED « 09111 «. MANUFACTURED BY turn peu« foot WALTON,WHANN fit WILMINGTON^ EL DEPOTS: rRONT gT-Vm.»'*®] south wharves , «»"Vljffi to lu ard if gJ«~A | H fAx sf. ALCVjA' it CHARIfS STREET, 8M-7V t«» w nctl Fertiliser In nil re» it to be the Rest arket. Possessing Pcruvi The »ucc of thij re scrtinns of the country p and Cheapest Manure in the nil the active pro|wrtle» of I* together with the more durable qualities of Di* d in it« efleets on : t; solved Bone«, it i« un«urp ail « ro|Nt. We nloo manufacture our ju*tly celebrate«! DIAMOND STATE BONE MEAL, by AND Diamond State Ground Bone The htimUoinsst and bet artlclvs In tho market. jitr- I'Hiiiplilet, muilril free on application. it of t I WALTON. WHANN & Co. SOL /: MA XtTAert ULUS, «TORK», 28 .South Wlifirv««*, Dliilinlvl|»l»irt. •»03 \V. Front .Stm t. WilmiiiKton, D«*l. 57 .S Calvert Stnt i, Rultimorc. cli 30, 1872—1 y SHELL LIME. rpilE .SEAFORD LIME WoRK.S, thro|» k Pennington by l>ur(*liusi'd of M« i. (iu M. COLBOURN ct CO. will be rttn with r« ne«« d a- tivitv and to thri full.it «u|m« ity. Kind I Lime far inert to lie a Superior Fertilizer. Iti;« rapidly gr«iwing i»t fnvi r, and tlu* d« <1 for it i« im reusing all the time. Till IT! TR1 IT 1 1 Till IT I t! «1 to 0 Cent* per bn*h« l loaded on wagon». trr- Special rat«* o all stations on the railroad. 'T* ttr fllled promptly for any auiuuut, front one ten tiiuiiMiNd bushel*. M. CULUlH'RN .t (HI. Hertford, Del. Ild.Ml I.« th«- curs «r i freight for the the up the and like the is «I« car l«»a<l Direct to McDaniel k Stevenson ag«-nl* at Dover. I! r. (»«Migla " r •• Mi«fd Ictown. « toll. K. T. Kvam* " Town »cud. ti. M Jam«-* li. Conner k Sou ' II.« " Felton. aug 10— 3m TUB BALTIMORE GAZETTE, A LEADIN'.! DKMOC'lLVrir, COMMERCIAL, AND FAMILY .K M UNAL It contaimi striking editorial «-oittmaasi* : a va riety of itiii*«--elliitieous matter ; s|x*cinl telegrams und ali the foreign and domestic by the Associated Dress ; and having a large an* daily increasing cir< uiution, i* one of the lie« advertising mediums in the country. Terms of the Daily, iu advance, per Weekly " .Specimen copies sent on aug lo-tf d ap front even the ap $•1 (HI *ix mouths 4 5u |ht annum 1 50 »ix months loo application. Address WKL.SH, T.\YLoR à Cl». iOG W. R.iliiiiiorc Street. WM. E. WOOD & CO., I* not* micro km op Hold s Automatic Low St cum und Hot Water Heater* and isuuson'« celebrated Hot Air Furnace, Inventor* and ('attentées uf tho Parlnr Sun ami Lightning rc Place Heaters nml Paris Ranges, and dealers in all kinds uf Fi HEAT AND COOK STOVES » Kitchenware, Grates, Slate Mantels, Ac. A«-. Special care taken with Plumbing, Ac. A«-. Special care taken with Plumbing, nnd all kind* of Steam and Water Pipe Ing repair* for Hteam Heater«, Fur nace«, Rniigee, Stove«, etc. etc. \î.M. K. WOOD A CO. 8. W. Cor. Raltituore nml Kulaw sts. Halt moat, Mi>. of is sept 7—2ih J. B. FOARD, Middletown Delaware, BOLE AGENT FOR ELIHU JEFFERSON, k SON, New Cnstle, FOR THE PURCHASE OF AND 8 A LE UF LIME, FERTILIZERS, SEEDS, &c OFFICE AT THE DEBUT, Middletown, Del. Jan 14—tf Eroildoun and CoatesviUe Nurperies COATC8VII.I.B, PA. [Lata T.CKBN8 PJEltCR, l'ro;irletor.] f QKNERAL 81' KO I ALT IKS a APPLE, PEACH, PEAR and CHERRY TREES. mm mp. of • DBaun octt aww. pm* Gorreapondeoca aollclted. -Oq CYRUS COATES, M. A. FULTON, J Adma. Mg 10—*■ uJja - Victor green, r . NlMUftOWN, DBLAWABI, GREAT NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN NURSERIES. 100,000 Prime Peaoh Trees, Slock grown from natural sm<I. an«l «Unira budded The «hove stock embrace» pome vNrb'ti«*» that cannot be obtained elsewhere this teuton. 300,000 Apple Trees. d Dwarf, two and three years obi rly variety und Southern winter or keeping apple»'. Fruit grower» would do well to turn their attention to tho cultivation of early Apple«. The early trarlclle» grow and fruit well anywhere ou the Peninsula ; hear yotut-r *»d command high price» in tho market. All who pinnt peach orchard» should not fall to plant the ground with early apple« at 34 feet apart with itca«lie« between, each way—37 apple and lid peu« h tree« to the «ere. I'each tree» alone nt 2« foot each way ltd» per acre. Before the pencil • half done the apple» are In profitable « will last about .»<) «car«. Standard largely of tree» InMirittg : the apple 1 HT I «hen tin* Hole'* Karly penches »old in New Vork lor IVoin J?l .50 to S3.no per crala. the cnrlv uppl«*« «old readily at «• on per « rate : the apple» priai iiclng three inn « as many crate» ja r acre n« the proche». the peach orchard i« done »nd g «wie the planter Im« tin- gtound ori upicd with a goo«] aud urolltnble orchanl. which in most ca»e» will out ille planter. I have it large stock of stand ard nnd Dwarf Penm. Early Richmond nnd other Cherries, llooseherrien, < 'titrants, ller*ti::e and other Raspberries. Ill.nkberrlesln variety, berri jM-riul Afipuragu Shrubbei yards, < furnisli nil k lut Jjü.uo • l » . : Straw Co! lof«« I cud Im Conovet d Ihn Id Tree«, ntiil i: ergrst tc., suitnble lur fa A« 1 llot-house plant*—can d plants usually t »rd«TN Rose nd* ol tree* first tit«!«* eptnblish •«•ehe prompt attention—write for I»enl, Esq. is tny nuthorixed h. Del., nil order» left with found in any by mail will r catalogue, li «gent at Middiet will receive |.rui.i|.i m I UANDULI'II deters, WilniinglüM, Del June 1— Om. CARRIAGES. GAlllâSES • offered to persons 1 RE AT ind (i ment« tiling good carriages at o«cc over a. t h.,c Tobacco «ore. We tin? nnilmignol, nai«l«ut* of St. (ieor gc* liunilrtHl, n-p« « tfully n coimncnd to the own ""' ,k servi,.-, ° r While. We Imre employed him in innnc did! d him to Imvc u lliorqiigli , Steven*. W . t orbit, !».tti!i*l ( oriiit, .lomitliau K. W illiam-, F. T. IVrrv S M Seri.1 K ; Shallcrois, George W'.Grllip, James J. Janvier, James T. Shallcross, W. K. VundsgrlR, W. N. Hamilton, M. |l., It. W. Cochran, Kimucl Pen ingt.in, Thomas Cochran, II. A. IVrkina, II. A Nu» land. Wro, Dudley, 11. It. Cochran. «... 4—tr ALEXANDER & SON S C'nrrinye Works, DELAWARE CITY, DEL. They wish to info tho |*ul>lic gen make to onicr their ol«l customer* •rally that they Imve ■ I baud and VAll MAG IS OF F.VFJIY DFSCltimoX, anted to be of tin- be*t <|im1 it tiny oiler at rcusomiLlu jiri««» hieb May is JOI IN F. AVIIITE, VETERINARY SÖRGE0N Middletown, Del. » •ult c d I« NEW JERSEY CHEMICAL CO. AMMONIATED Super-Phosphate. The NBW JKI18KY C IIKMICAI. niMI'ANV having purcliascd the ('lirmical Works late of Pott* Klctt, arc now luanufa« turing Ammoni ated 8u|ier-Pho«|iliHtc of Lim«* fully equal in qual ity nnd condition to the Rhodes Super-Phosphate, formerly made by P«itls k Klctt, which lias here tofore given such general tUfactioti. pteparetl to furnish consumer« nnd dealer* with the above .Super-Phosphateand shall be glad to supply our old customer» and others. We also heg to call your uttpntmn to the We t. ORCHIA GUANO. ** Thl* (iu la Island, pronounced zers in the murket. l'AR.YILL A TKIAIIIIsi:, 80LB WHOLBSALB AQB19T8, 117 South Fhont Htbkct, Philadelphia. receive direct from the t»r« hil Wherever it hu* been fairly tried it is of the best and cheapest fertili Mar 16—3m* 3f DRESSED UP!! rpilE i. ON PREPARED FOR IH*SIKKHS. ICE CREAM OMI II4 Ni K HAS NOW HOT ITS SI MMER CLOTHES AND IS AND SODA WATER In exchange for Cash. Discount «lay»-.-cycfj day in the week, Sundays excepted. Open at all hour«. Fine Confbctionery, Fruits, foreign Sc domestic. Cakes, &o. ft. Always on hand. CAKES make to order. Par tie» »upplied at short notice. N. B —Agent for Jackson, Pyle k Cox » Alden Fruit«. E. II. RICK, may 11—-tf Main St. Middletown, Del. LIME, LIME, LIME!! T UB aubcrlber »III tern lab lb« beat quirk Lime iu all who may want, at kilo price«. For further infurmatiun Inquire of John A. Rey nold«, Middletown, Delaware, who la aulhorlaed G BO RGB WHITE, Norrlalown, Pa. to act for om. Apr. 30— tf. CUCUMBER PUMPS! ,4, I, B. PBNIMORE * (X). Middletown, Del. Agonry. SPECIAL NOTICE 11 OUR Dry Goods Department WILL BE REMOVED TO THE TWO UPPER STORES IN THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE, On or About September 10 th. AS WE WISH TO CLOSE OUT MANY LINES OF GOODS, Wt Slmll Offer During tlio ï'rosent Month EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Granville Worrell ! 220 AND 222 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON , DEL. Aug. 17, 1H72—h. Schanck, Acker fib Sibley COMMISSION MERCHANTS. FRUSTS, PRODUCE 103 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK. TtolUr by 1 *crinission <> \ Md. !» J. Ai Hon. In>«< Ilctirv Dowgill, E»q. \Voodi»l«le. !»«•!. eu turd. Del. ford. folk, Vt r ol N Hon. .lohn H. \\ hi»« I. i. M II Fitvli.r li hi Is; I Ik. Va. Latiili. F*«|. N r lion J«*M-|di ronil'S, I I Del.. Hon. W. II R«i>«*, l ■li Iiold N. J. . Del. Walker. E : w end. Del. «•ml. K*«,. T I T«> .Send for pri««-< u li-I.ed. Shipping curd* aud St«*ncil Dint«* fu olicited. tdei.ee Correspc I.....V iB-tr] .1 . ir, ular. Having enlarged tnv store, I bave now on band tbc largest nnd best selected stock of Sl'lHNl. i'l.OTHIMi. for (IKN'TS. YUl'TIIS nnd HOYS, in tbe State, wlticb 1 »... nfferlng a. Prices to suit all. ^ # A »epnrntc Apartment for Hoys Clothing, (»ood nil wool Suits nt $10. Call and examine before l.urebasing elsewhere. \.\,,nl 6-lim ] I is i / j , EDWARD MOORE, 228 _ _ __ . —. . t\ti /h▼ ▼ ; Manufacturer of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING __ m _ mT w-v , PO 11 AI E Y AND ROYS. TtFIX iYlJij IN Al« 1# «U 1 O. . v .r A LARGE ASSORTMENT Ob - A AT Ik CmriifFP (U TYP I 1 TAJ f 1 1 A IN I ) ÎN U 'I 'I |l L JjUI JllAu THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN THE ST ATI lari m p. ï. 9 r».V, DEL, SPRING ON HAND, MADE IT IN THE LATEST STYLE AND REST MANNER. ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OF PIECE GOODS, for Order Work. 228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del. Apr 22—ly F t»R MARKINtJ LINKS WITH INDF.LIIII.F. J. TIIOS. 13UD1). INK Moa to GEO. W. INGRAM & CO. Brokers & Real Estate Agents, «'OIIXF.lt OF MAIM AXIS CAM KTIIKKTM. Middletown, Delaware, Wild, ATTUN'D IMtlfMITIA TO TIIK IDL LECTION OF , (.omprising *«»nic of themiMt dcsirublc I arm* on the I'cninsula. NOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, &c. &c. 1 ' r NEGOTIATE LOANS, PPRCIIASE A SELL STOCKS ON COMMISSION, Ami «»Her for «ale Valuable Real Estate, Correspondence by mail *oli«-ited. Refer by |«ermis»ion to the ftdlowing named gentlemen : Hon. R. C. Holiday, .Sec. of State, AnQnpa. II», Md. W. It. Rergholt, Memphis A El Paso Pacifie Railroad. N. V. R. Atkinson, Ranker, 41 Hroud st. N. V. Hon. Richard Schell, 50 Wall " " Col. lllanton Duncan, Uuiisvillf, Ky. Geo. Heir, A«lj. Ucneml, Baltimore, MfJ Seyfert, McMuuus A Co. Philadelidiiu. lien. Robert Patterson, 11 march 17—tf NEW HOTEL At Townsend Delaware. TOWNSEND HOUSE. .f'VPBN June lat. 1813, will accommodate Rv> travailing |iublic and permeuent hoarder. , at very rcatonable rataa. Tha bar will at all llmaab« «tucked with rboica wlnea, liquor«, To bacco and Sagan. Fine oralen la aeaeon Hoping by atricl attention to bualneaa lo merit a , liberal, a bare of the public patronage generally jambs c. TUWN8BND, Proprietor. Jon* 8—ly. DR H. 0. REGISTER, DENTIST, No,907 Walnut Street, PHIUDILPMU. aug It— «r The only neat k reliable man ner of marking ! with In- ! dclible Ink If ,■ L . a niion ^ »0 9* .«uud Silver Name Plate*. !• to order, with bottle «»f war Ac. complete, cent». 111u* Old Kng ith one of mv ul tV« Superior Various *lvl«tf D* 01 " 1 >'ulilliU*Wnk. Ilrijhli It, V- 1 .I r '' r , f tnited t irculur «»f Design* sent fre«-. rking find linen, cn FMRRKLLA PLATE, engraved ««ith mime and address, 75 cent», post A !*«• every description of large «lencil work, for marking llarrel*. Hag*. Wrapping-pa per. A» . Alphabet* and Numerals for marking Show Card», Price Isabel*, A«\ lur store window», all *!*«•*, ready made Sit mil llriihhe*, all colors of dry Stencil Ink. Ihtggagc ami Key ('hecks, Ac. Rurniug Mraml* ami Steel Stamp*. Koiarv Public »«<1 scn,.i iwfur graved. A Solid Silver Il J Jrit" I »nier» by mail promptly at* . Satisfaction guaranteed. Order* left Pcaeli Rufket Factory will J. K. WORDEN, l»iaiuond State Stencil l>«-|H»t, Next door to Saw Mill, Smyrna, Del. tended to at Worden A Eva •reive prompt attenli Feb 3, 1872—ly W. H. WANSER, Peach King of New York, Will be In the market to purchase all good orchards offered «luring the ensuing season. Purchases made from day to day. Consigniueuts on i .munition solicited. K. T. EVANS. June ty —tf WM. LEA SONS' FOUTAXAT AND KIRKWOOD Fo , ^11' '■ „ „ , * 0 11 • XT rp 1?\r A "M'a -al*. L • Jb V AINO, a , WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALER _ ___ __ . . IN FLOUR AND FEED. June 13—tf K. T. BVa»8. E. T. EVANS, GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT, MIDDLETOWN, DSU tn. 33— tf Ayer's >m m • TT* Hair Vigor y _ — , I- that restoring to Gray Hoir M „ . . i »««.Hi- --J flnlnr. Inrui natural Vitality ano UOlOT. A dreeeing and wbiuh il H one« agreeable. healthy, and effectual for preierving the I and nair. It tom For À . ahnt anti fnthnmt of yowfA. Thin hair is tliiegened, fallen hair checked, and baldness often, though not alwaya, cured by its use. Nothing can restore tho hair where tho follicles are de stroyed, or tho glands atrophied and decayed; but such as remain can be saved by this application, and »timu latto! into activity, so that a new growth of hair is produced. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty eedi ment, it will keep it clean and rigoron*. Its occasional uao will prevent the hair from turning grey or falling off, and consequently prevent hnldnesa. The restoration of vitality it gives to tho alp arrests ami prevents tho forma tion of dandruff, which is often so un Free from thoeo gray hair tU original to hr, uiA tho to he he BG cleanly nntl offensive, deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and inju rious to tho hair, tho Vigor can only benefit hut not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else ran ho found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on tho hair, giving it a rich, gloeay lustre, and n grateful perfume. not Prepared by Dr, J. C. Ayer 4 Co., Practical nn«l Analytical Che min a» LOWELL, MAfifl. HAS TAT MAN, Mid'lie tow li, Del. For «nie by < Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is widely known i as one of tlio most L rtf.xdual remedies R over ili'furcred for |B cleansing tlio aya B tetn and purifying W the UikhI. It baa / Mood tho test of yenra, with a con i atantly growing rep utation. hosed on Its Intrinsic virtues, nnd sustained by H» re tnnrkablo cures. So mild as tu be safu and benefielal to children, ami yet »<> searching ns to effectually purge out the great cor ruptions of tlio blood, such ns the scrofulous and syphilitic containlimtion. Impurities, or diseases that have lurked In the system for years, soon yield to tills ;>owerful anti dote and disappear. Ilcnce its wonderfttl cures, mnny of which arc publicly known, of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases. Virent, Krupliontt, and eruptive dis ordentof tho skin,TumorM, Blotchett, ÄmÄÄÄ: |,y. Tetter, 8nlt llllCUTO» Sculd HcimI, Ulngwornit nt»*J Internal Ul I cnrutlonH oftlic Uterus Htoniacb, „„,1 Liver. It also cures other com- , plalnls, to which It would not seem cspecl XTrum .. mtnlfuit*. Vcucorriuutt. when they are manifesta lions of tho scrqfulo | - U Is an excellent restoreirofheoRh and strength In the Spring. Uy retvawing rte nppnlTte and vigor of the digestive org ans, It dissipates tlm depression nnd listless Isnr guor of tho season. Even when no disorder ippenrs, people hel better, and live longer, ' ter cleonsbig the blood. Tho system move« Vlonr nul a new loss« of with renewed go iff on life v re p a nr. n nr Dr. J. C. AYER A CO., Lowell, Mas* •i frrrtUnl and Anrlallerl CMemUtt, SOU> BY ALL DBUUOUIT11 F.VEItYWUUUt. HAS. rATMAN, Miilttiriua a, liai. I'm sale by K 11. HICK in T. E. FERREE, (»LNKRAL PRODFCK C'< immisNitjii Alfrclumt, OKRItlKS. AI'IM.KH, PODLTltV, 189 READ STREET, NEW YORK. HlfflGNiK II Y 1'KBIIIMUOX : m. j It V I Imho». Sldillct j Ainu« l.y ucli, " Il N WIIIU«. kllot«ll< J A H..va. »pr. 6— I*. STOREKEEPERS AND LI VEHYMKN, \\ ill find it to their interest to buy their (train AT E. T. EVAN'S PLOl'K AND I-'ICKD STORK, Opposite National Hotel. June 22—tf rOROUS DRAIN TILE. I Bgg-Shnped, 2 to 7 inches Calibre. Round, w ith Collar, 14 to 24 inches Calibre. Address, W. M. BELL. Smyrna, Del. Successor to Allen k Bell. Respectfully r«*ft*rs to John C Cresson, B»q., Chief Eng r Foirmount Park ; U. Morri» Cope land, Esq. Ch. Etig'r Ridley Park, near Chester. March 23—Sm THOMAS B. DUNNING, A. M. M. D. Homœopathio Physician, MIDDLETOWN, DRL. Ha. removed to Broad Street, oppo.lt« tbe Middletown Academy. OBlc* hour«, 7 to 9 A. M. 11 11 ItoSr. u. " 11 8 to T r. ». dec«—tf «iffMlf I that ho ha, taken the Tin and Stove Store aTIhô utes. w. Roberte, nnd oat™ tuti* pabiicuw Inrui «« and l>«tt »cteried alack of Sloeao, both Oooktagnml Hmtlug, everoffered in Middletown and «I |>rim that eannut fall to dinar. A ' aaaortuiwl arc the following COOK STOVES. . i NIAGARA, I'ARLUR COOK, MONITOR • '. CUBA I. COOK. WM. PKNN, and olhera made in the city. PARLOR STOVES. . DKW DROP. UNION AIRTIORT OCR PARI.OR. Als«, HF.XTUN'8 PARLOR IIEATBRS. MIDDLETOWN 8T0VB IOUMa LBHIGM, • . BRILLIANT, GAS BURNING IIABR, I'ARLtiR LIGHT, Stove» of nil kind« «ui table for Stoftn, OMew Bar-room», nnd School lionne». 9 AI*o, the Morning (Jlory and the Oriental, both tin»ar|Msaed In beauty and efNrlraer. They con he »een in o|«emtion nt the »tore of tne proprietor. All eis<-s of Hnr-roum .Stove» and Teu-ulatn Stove» rc|«uired nt »hurt notice. ^ Old Stove» token in exchange. ^TIN WARS at wholesale and retail. Being a prnrticnl workman, himself, lie thinks he wit give «i«tinfliction to all who favor him with hteir work. Particular attention mid ta **—• mg and Spouting, ORDERS SOLICITED. JOILN B. RORfiRTB. aug 13, I «TO— y Register's Order. U EOISTKR'S OFFICR, New Cattle County, Aug. 8th, l«7J. Cpon the . . . .Pones A. Jamisoe. Adniitii.iralor of Win. Ray Jamison, late of Rad Mon Hundred In laid Counlr, drerased : It Is ordered and directed hr the Itegittrr that tbs Admini. Inner aforesaid, give notice of tham i»B of I.. tiers of Admini.trillion upon tha Kat_ of tile det-cased, with tlie- dull- of granting Ihcr» "f, by coining advertisements lu lie potted with in forty days from the date ..f such l.etlers, ie six ot the must publie pinces of the County of New Castle, requiring all persons hitting de mand. against the Kslnte, to present Ills asms, nr ohide hv mi ' Aet of Assemlily in such rasa made and provided And aiso ante the saBW to lie inserted nil hin the same |ierâ>d Id the Middlcti.it ii Transcript, a nettspauer published in Middlelottit and to lie continued therein two months. at fDvca under the liand nnd Heal of of tlic Rcgidlcr Hlorcinid, at !f#w < n*llc, in New rustic Couaty aforesaid, th» dar und year ui>ovc written. R. CIHRS, Register. NOTICE All persona having claim» against the Estate «*1 tin* de« eased must present the •» duly rttte*?«'d in the Ailministrator on or Ufors August foil, 1873, «»r nbide the Act of Assembly made und provj.lt d. J«mrn A. Jamison, Adm. Addr«M—Warwick, lid. , . i 1 ,r„ r m, I ,kt. rsrnnrs nnd üealers are informed that this er- ' ;. k ' "" " v "I", 1 '"'' vlcmcnt.s.aP.r miser llmt the tmil wi I dlgf»l, and wh 1« Ü quick In Its action, it Is permanent Ie Its slbU. The ini*rnt»«'«l «b umml for this (luano in ths «I Mi«lillr Stute», is u sure criterion o It c DENTISTRY. J. J. VANDEHFORD, D. D. S. tirait «mtr of Ihr l»euii«>l vanta (olltgs «f BIM 4I, SI RtsERY. DELAWARE CITY, DELAWARE. Hon. Il (i. S. K. v, St. »arv'a lion. It. G. Harri», 11 Col. I*. Biiling.lcn, *• 11 Hr. F. t*. Ncnlf, Joseph II Kcv, F Hon. B. T. Bfgga >, Hd. k'e«v (Vitle co. I>el. J.mn I'atii D. I). " R. V. J f. Mit'abe.D. I». " lion. Hiram M« (''ill«oig|i, r*cii c Rev. Henry Matthew*, " Hon. tî««». Karle, late Ass't. Post. Won'I. cut j, Ud. i y 13—tf SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO» PRICES REDUCED! STANDARD GUARANTEED! .Southern its value. Js\0. 8. REENK fib CO., HenernI Agent», A yep pc, Philadelphia. We call the atteution of Tobacco grower» to tlila Utiano. LIBERAL DISCOUNT to DEALERS, 123 Smith Drtuwi J. B. FOARD, Middletown, Del. For Sale i»y March 2, 1672—Omo HILLIARD & McMULKIN, CGMMI88ION DE4LRR8 IN COUNTRY PRODUCE, Domestic Fruit, «fee. 368, 369 apd 370, West Washington Market,New York. JftP' All Muskets lost will he puid for. A. T. lipAl>LEY, Agent, Middletown, Del. HKPKItKMt KS. Samuel Townsend, Esq. Townsend, Del. R. A. Frazier, K*q., Sassafras. Md. Kelly A (lUild, Middletown, Del. Robert («riffith, Esq. Sana fra*, Md. »pr 27— £m. WORDEN à EVANS GKWKRAL AOKUTttUO lha CM.RBR4TM Woods Self Rake REAPER à MOWER COMBINED, TUB BEST IN THE WuRLD. ' • Send for circular, or cpll and see, before pur chasing elsewhere. COMMERCE ST. June 3— tf SMYRNA, DEL. FOR SALE. A YaLUARI.E TOWN LOT, coraer Crow ford and Cox Sts. pm' TURMS RRA80XABLK. It. BHGEfils'cOCHRaN, Middletown, Dal. March 10—tf MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY A»» MACHINE GPOF. P LOWS and Plow Calling«, Sachin. Caatinga of all kind«on haad or made to order...■ Particular attealioa given to Hepairli^ Mackt ■cry. Oaabfbr oUIiob. ^FM. L. BUCKE* SON, Fopadera and Nachioiata.