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NEW GOOD 8
FOR THE
Holidays !
i
S. M. REYNOLDS
>
Ho 1. Cochran Square,
\v
OU.D call the attention of buyer« t* the
Naw Stock of Goods bow offering fur
"ÄTÄ?... io own, i
n "'" wTr!
Blue, Gurnet,
nod Alpacas Black o.d G /d-o.
proof Plaid tod Stiip- ! > nw « fr
$.*. "0. SmiiiI< «< IV!t Sh : t 1 v -1
I .adle« Wool Sufjn*- V'.'m i. ui l S
tifiil litte of l«ndit« . s Hk ♦
•Slmdi s. CliiUln tia .md M
•l Hosiery, foidies
Vests; tient* and Youths M
51
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1 Ki* hues in
■a Wool
«dl the
,*n Uood». I.eggin.:«
\Mubto« Merino
irino A'tali, and I»rawerf» I.adic* tin-k Kler. t
Bonatl I!oac rv*.c Gloves ; G« i » t> and Boy» he:
ake a i -
d

«Hut k Glove* n»WI IIU«. wlin h
cialty, buviug in large «juautitii». vnulde*
sell at Jobbers price«
l»n our Second Floor
Slock of
i ■
have a very large
JlEADY MADE CLUTIIINU,
Winter W
', cuu*i*t
4»pc«iirtl<y al tp'.t J f«i
Bug of
Y1KNS DRUISY. i 'IIK-TKliriKI.D,
AM»
•OATS.
PLAIN SAUK
the i«nte*t Si y h-, W ! V Si
fut
$10.00. $12.00. and $15.00.
OVER COATS i Ilo.M
si 0 $ 0< ) (.) Sll.i iO
MEN AM» HOYS HEAVY AM
FINE BOOTS AT.
fll.'iO, J-J. ? gt. mi l $■'». p» r p»'r
biblrens l:'' m»N AN!
I.AI'K S!H 1 1'
•very pair y» .» r ; «u
JW»' AH .. !• i Y
ever y |Mrt
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for ('
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wool) .( wn.t.nw 11 IKK
EAR THES ,(• STOXE WAKE
CIS II. ME A rs.
READY-MADE
CLOTHING,
fact rvrrything usual!, kept
Aud
FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY STORE.
cd
• b- ph
All of whtuh
CAUe A\n h'XAM/XE.
yo cha hoi:
for sHuwrxn noons
TERMS CASH!!!
J. F. ELIASON.
( heap Store,
Middletown, Del.
• pr 27—tf
MIDDLETO WN ACADEMY
Flit HT CLASS
BOARDING
AND
DAY SCHOOL.
VACVLTV.
HUDSON A. WOOD, A U
, Principal and Iuauuctor in the Higher SswaebM
MRS MARY WOOD,
preerptreaa of the Primary Deparuneel.
MISS MARY C. GAZLAY,
French and Kuglish Literature.
MISS CELIA A. WOOD,
Assistant in the Academical Department.
_ »»«r ta*., x w
MISS L1ZZ1B BLAUKISTOff,
Inatrumantal Music on Piano and Organ
For full information relating l* the seheai
Mad for • Ootologu«.
BCUSON i. WOOD, A. M.
Priff.ip^,
MidJI.tovB, M.
8*pt. Il-tf.
ASHES !
l-otlakod Drx YVood Alhn, from
-Tick Klim. Partin »Ant
S. Yl. REYNOLDS,
Yllddlctowa, Dot.
or to WH. RSYSOI.D 8 ,
Nawark, Del.
lag au applj I»
Not. 16 — «f
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Tbeonly Rvlinblc tliit Distributi* n iu the country
L. D. SINE'S NINETEENTH
UUANI) AN.MAI, I » t ST It t Bf T I« >N.
To be drawn Wednesday, Jin. I»t, 1873.
1200,000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!! 1
$10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD !
$10,000 IN AMERICAN SILVER!
Five Prizes $1.000 \
: Greenbacks !
' (.
Ten Prizes £500
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One Span
rib
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tc< an! Hug i
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Fine
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freights: freights:
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Mol llcti
Register's Order.
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. * » \.b« r 15th. 1872.
I .* i !»••' creux. Ail
appli
'f ?*•»»«!
iscd it
Vest
-»unty, dec
drei. -
d • Register that the
r. - .1 give nrtieeof the gran
tiny <-f I, - - * * - rs . • A lm lustration upon the Ks
.•■!,»»!:'« tin-date of granting
; adv«*rtio;menM t«j be poste«!
witliitifortv -la v « front the «lit* of such ia?ttrr*,
ltl . v , «• j, u i pi ». «•■« --f th«. County of
>. ^ : «H jar - ns having de
man-1* against th«- Ks» •*••. t<- pria nt the same,
Act of Asfetnbly In such case
ni-t* ! And also cause the «am*
in«cft«-d within th«* »nine period in the
Transcript, < newspaper puldishe«l
in Middletown, and u I «• continued therein two
months.
li
;
or g
i-lerm! ;
Almini'trntrix
tat«' of the d
•of. hv 0 ;
in,
'r abide by
«>- 1'' rr
I 10 >
Mi.M'.-r
Gi» -n un-!- r llte ban-1 ai. i Seal of 4»rhcc
if the Ri gDvr nfori-Mi i. at New Castle,
Castle county afor« -aid, the day and year
It. GIBBS, Register.
06
in New
abovo urilt.il.
NOTICE —Alt |trr*oti* ImvUff cUimi agaiaii
thr Kstnlo of -hr ilrrMH-1 mul |trr«mt ill« »■.,
«lui v ntltttnl. to ill«- Administratrix,on or htforo
Osloli.r ir.th, 1873. ur «btdt Ihr Actof As*rmt>l^
in AUih rale ni*d* atul proridffd.
KI.1ZA DEVEREUX. Admr'i.
AiJdrcM—Mt. 1'liAiaui, Dil.
Oct. 10— I-uoi.
GREAT
Reduction!!
_
f 1 I ft W7*F \'
+ M A U -»
W M. KENNARD 4 c CO
WILL COMMENCE
TUK1R
SEMI-ANNUAL
SALE
PI-'
DRY GOODS
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ON
RO.t 7 i.ir,
NOVEMI 1 EH
25,
AND
COXTLXUE
IT

rXTIL
8 ] vc thing
OF A FALL
AND
\V 1 Nj'ER nature
IS SOLD.
LN THE STOCK
Still Large
THE
Ukdictiox in Prick
WILL HK
<wit EAT
SO VS TO
INSURE
THK III
EARLY SALE.
STRll'K SATTEKSS
si r a >• rmr a ja ta xesk
371 former price 50e
7 V
f»0C
vl/TATT.V*.
1 YOOi. KM TRUSS TOT/JXS,
«2J -
ci.orn si/. i/o:.« /■<>/•/ tv.
"
Cl.nril SHACKS MKHISOEB.
Î1 oo "
CLOTH SHADES CASHMERES,
fl.oo "
c.i
87c.
$1.00
$1.25
$1.50
(1.25
$l.o»»,
$1.00
S/f.K EPAXO/.I.XK8,
WOOf. SfiRfft'S,
!'5
AIL WOO!. PLAITS ,,
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And n lar^e line of plain
and Fancy Dress at 25
cants, many reduc
ed from 37 4 o.
.
300 MARKET ST.
Wilmington,
DELAWARE.
Nor. d«— tf.
FARMS FOR SALE!!
Conveniently Incat ni near Railroadi, Äl
nri nmf Cannlt ; of excellent mill,
generally Kell improved, and told
on rtaionaUe termi.
Na. I—II. Rowan farm, a!to*lad I mil* from
RayMd'i wharf, in Cbcil roanty ; tbit is n «err
productive farm, containing Stft art«; beild
logs good and large; about 10 , 000 peach trees,
in goud bearing condition ; alto Peart, Applet,
pea and .iterries ; this farm will pny an an
I rent of $3000, heing very productive, eon*
renient and home-like; told naly on areonnt of
the affliction of the owner « wife, and ferma will
he nmdo accommodating.
No. 2—George Yaodegrifl farm, aituated on
the Christiana creek, air tntlet from the city of
Wilmington, very healthy and pleasant location,
107 a< rea of excellent «oil, both for grating,
trucking and grain, there it a good landing on
the firm ; budding« good, with barn To feet by
.IS, lying high, and commanding a fnll view of
(be ci tv of Wilmington : this would be a com
roeadable firm to purchaser« a« it is »o conven
ieut to the growing and manufacturing city,
with almovt hourly communication with tame ;
Term* and price to «uit the time«.
No. 3— I« a beautiful farm of 150 acre«, ele
gant large building«: located and surrounded
by farm« of C.«'orbit, Barney Reybold and Geo.
Tyhout. IJ mile« from station on Delaware
City Bond : beautiful location and convenient to
the principal point«; »oil cannot l»e heat fir
natural «piaUty, in a good »tale of cultivation ;*
Id.OOO—^very low.
No. 8—House in Middletown, containing 3
large rooms dowa «tair«, new. with 2| acres of
land attached ; price 2700— low.
No. 11—Two Dwelling« on Broad «treet, new
l nicely furnished large lot. with »tabling ;
price $1500 each: could not be built for the
money.
No. 13—Three Building lots and Houses,
suit you.
Gra
nua
Pri
gi*e u« a call
No. 21—Amhr jstcr farm, 2 miles from Mid
d I from Mount Plen«ant 22« acre« ;
y
v , ,, . - , , f „r on.
rn i s, , .... .n. .Ililll.hh' ri.rll.ntu«.I- I
tS'ÄSt
niih ÜUokl-mi«! IU.ph.rfir.Md Ap|>ln: .l.o :
ine.hrt.i.tit-'o ' -tu of ninth lliif i, « .plrndM \
' I rotn-rH, hirlilr improvrd iiinJ hnrduiliiu- .bun
i 'laut err, 1 ., I
.. . . . ., f ■. i
So. A-A ftrrm of IW nettt, on. wll. to w Me .
.th- «rljolmn» Und of tlrpnw W. togyr, |
I known «rill« "Jr.It«g»» *»™-. bnlldln«.
: I-. ,, rr, in |K.«.T. trrr. »n.l - » n. «P
I. M.nlllnWnnn«, Thi. I« « rrrr dnlrablf rw
•dence. 1 thu accommodating,
t \v o
diet
good buildings ; all clear: 10,000 Peach tree*,
tome now in their prime, nnd other« coming in
ext «prin;; :ulf« I'eirs and Apples ; thi* i« an
exceptional paying farm, and posacssioo can be
had if reifuired'. next apftng. and n»ti«t besold,
the ounce ha« left the State thi« i* a good
•Atm* - t ,md will pay for itself in three years
urceasfullv handled.
if
front St
George».
irtlt «; !•■ <*f the canal, j it• :t« from
N.» '• A f.
• Irin/
the
» i \ hedged en
t lie
! •* r- - • btt: Idittg* go-rd *»•**! ficellent 2 "00
peach tree», three »rar* !d : nl*u other frititv in
\ .••dan Th « farm i§ known ns the Allston
projKTtv.
N > •*. A farm cf 111 acre« adjoining No. 5. J
with which it will compare favorably. The««
farm« »»ill t '• « »Id juint'v or separately.
No 7 — A farm of *»'0 acre«
the HI
th- psn;n«t;!a. Thi* is a go«, 1 chance for a
• f means.
;
Bohemia Man
pruper ly the W«,t soil
Nu l 2 — A farm of It*»', n
o f M ! diet awn
wilhtn two md
a.>i! goo ! uell he-lged and !
verv de« rabie prof^ru excellent dw»|
ling.
No. IT. -A firm oi 14' acre' «ittinted i
pf -j -i» -mink I m 1. "1. '"
n Ap
To»» u
ri.lroud b.i.i.l.ng« y« « r tIt
the !»«•:.» W.
n 1
v
5.000 : s - acres «•!
V heap
V, ■
$'> *.00—vrrr
\ turn
! »cl*
4 ;1 » a r. I. beautifullt
•rc B.«v. known a? Bombay
d. 960 1
> tUMte i I*n
I!« «k tA.G tig 4 .
. ..o » up!
.
hr*. l.'»u
r» t
. 1 - ■»
.
hea*. bal>
gr..• the uniui
» rt- iaimed har
. and ».*very acre by nrj
a dr worth $ 1 oo with litlls
a ,rth the amount a*k»d
* irpnt*« d, and would
ufhv . th
•-•'*»ry day f r Philadrl
u. ! the re •-•• a !,anlagi •.* of fi«h. ur«i«rs
th«re are thrt*
\.lf c|*gnat!r,
fmnt. and will b«
projwr'Y price $50.
Mi id.
•l
pr
«.
r..
i !■*
. the U|»i.«n !
e x pd.
>aunot i
'
trm k »
r irniali tin
hoat* leaving llte f.
P h
• traru*
i profit
.
and gut
d
uld
• » of biiildi
n»i i* « «,f ri
ha
part f"r
-
.. •> ■•timodatin
No. 21 A fa
■ J2o ac
m con tali
. two
of the best ;m
buildingt
year* «inet located
ndi;.g , ni, n hsrd of 50* 0, five
■ r» fine t has been w*-l! lirutd.
proved tarn,« in th* Situ:,-, with
. osting ii out $2 *. )p0
high and
A b
nuturr-t
"• house, wlurf ar.J granite;, ivitb
of tibv
■ e légat: t place for a bus.
N 2.
! ac
I. • tuate'j at Sc:r.n.;t linage
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all part»
Sc. 27 A farm » ur.'.u t.mg 180 acre«, two
' mil«« f»..:;. lliddu*-tfu. eiegant building« and
; ground 1 ■ ' trees one of the fiuc«: prop- \
eriie« in the State ; there is every thing attached
to comfort t i the building*
*7 acre? elegant building« plenty
N • 2
of fruit.
- with elegant building, and
of St. George«; good
No. 20
fruit, wtlhi.j one
truck land
id lot«
id w
hou>e«
i Middle!« wn. an«l a
1 track» i
! ! h.
1 great tnapy tar
• of the the peninsula ranging tn price front $10
to $175 fwr acre which I would lake pleasure in
: allowing to purchaser«.
Those wishing t » purchalc would do well by
• ailing
there
quality of «oil. at h«« price than ever wiil be
again iu market in many »car« I have also
lands in all parts of the State. Having lotue
splendid farms near Dover.
the suhscrib
i buying this fall, *«
in the market belter selection« and
Gro. W. Iniran.
A Ft TH »S KKUING attended to promptly
GKO. W INGRAM '
4—If.
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MILFORD
N U R S E R L E S.
Tllti ATTENTION OF
Fruit Growers and Planters

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EMBBAl'iNG ALL THK LEADING MARKET j
AÿP FAMILY VAR1BTIRS.
le INVtTIt) TO
a laug a stock or
TREES,
I
j
and those who purpose planting
can offer special inducement«
T«* the trail«*,
i extensively, we
Orders from a distaq- e. re juicing shipment,
will receive prompt attention.
Circulars turni»he«i on application.
CAUSEY X PULLEN.
j
; Srpl. :s—tf
FRUIT TBEEÎS
ASD
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
FOR SALE, A4- ODESSA MRS ERIKS.
nntMl, DtLAWAM.
REACH,REAR, A CHERRYTREES
rn* FALL PtANTINO ; ALM.
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
Of nil kiffd., .,d » mun^umrtmml of K.r*
Kpt li-il POLK * HYATT.
W.H. Moore
*
& COMPANY.
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tlÄVO lOCtllVed ß VCry I(U*££C(in<l
wcU . "'ectod stock of floods, i
consisting in part of
' 2t>
$
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I*HO VLS/OXS <f*r.
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MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
nur aooDS,
NOTH) SS,
HA TS A XD CA /'S,
ROOTS A Xi) SHOES,
I YOODEX if wn. 1.0 If- ir.4 RE,
QCEEXS.WARE,
HARD- WARE,
GROCERIES,
-
QPl?f 1 T A T TV
rtl LCIAL l X •
A large and bcautiftil Stock of. "
...
y tonna Hroclie Shawls at a less
, . .
I ,r,c ® than tllC Cost of importa
tion Also a very handsome, litv»
* U ' ' " ' tr . V ,Un "* 0,n0 l,,,e »
of Striped 8ilk and woolen Sliatvls
, ... . 1
all Ot Yvlllcl» YY'lllbo soil! lit ex
. . . *
tremely low price«.
1
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A I.ARGK ASSOBTMKNT OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES.
AM)COATINGS,
ALSO A 11 K A V Y STO<*K t»r
!
I
HEADY MADE (LOTHING
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ttCfl.-' 1 lease call nml ux^unuo
, , . , ■ ,
our Mo(.k bbtore jnireliuMiig cls
w he re.
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BOOK
A(» ENT?
TU«
1
aBEAT industries
OF THE UNITED STATES ;
AN HIST« »Rit'Al.Sl'M MABV C*P THK ORIGIN
GROWTH A NI» I'FP.KE* T!«»N *F THE CHIEF
ISPI JITRIAt. ARTS *>F THIS t»*t VTUY
1300 l'AUKS an.) 300 KM ill A VINGS
Written by 40 Km Incut « nthora. Inrlmllng
JOHN n t:oi»;ii. !.l»>n < a*'K m»w \ui* if i.anp
JnS H ! YUAN. lia. Y F|»W-IN HAL! , If It »» Ï.
CRKKt.r.Y riltl.ll* tt 11*1. A: V, A bit LUT It IS IS
IMM'.l D. l'KlSKIN*). Ft. • •
iuii. r». # 4 ;.MR)|dUu history of all bran
die» of industry, p roc oses of man ifacturr. <•».•
in all age*. It i» a complete me» cl.■ mi of arte
1 manufacturr». no»l i« the most entertaining
( 1 valuable work of information on «object.* <<f 1
I ge.neral int* rest , »er off-rod tu die j>n!d: It
j adapted t.i lUc wants <f th»* .Mercha;,;. M
I facturer, Media ni- . harnte». Student and Inv»
ur, aud »dis to both «»Id uud y
»cs. The book is sold by agent«, who are mak
ing large «.»!»« in alt part« of the country. 1* t«
I offered .»l tlie low price of §3 .V» and is the
> chea|>eft book ever
mn.ilv should he
\
g >f all «
1
Aren't?
*
*•■! I i-y subscription,
itho'tl a copy
V
Wc want
vycty town of the I'nited States, v, 1
fail to do well with this book.
Agent i
t»ur t. rms arc- liberal.
Wc
agents the
give
exclu»»»«; right t territory. l»nc of
sobl l:u copie* JU eight days, another »..1.1 *.*. in
two weckt. Ûur iigvut in Hartford «»»Id .107 in
one witk. S|»e« Imeus of tlu- work »ent to agent*
receipt of st-wup For circulars and term« t •
agent* addrei* the publishers
J. II. Ill Uli Oi 111* DK, llaetrwrd. < on»».,
t hlriM(o, l|| <( or t InrIniiNl- . Ohio.
ag- n
Oct. 19—dm
VILUHLE FARM
AT PRIVATE SALE!!!
-
Kf^HK under«igne«I, a«
I. ard J F'*ard. will «el! at private sal
farm eituated *»u Bolirmia Manor, udjo n:ri| the
village --t St. Augustine, t 'weil f'o. Md
of the bnrt of Blei»
Containing 100 Acres,
more or lew. Thi* .« thu finest farta au U.e
Manor i« under a high state of cultivation there
is no waste land upon it, and there is r,o belt*
land tn the State. There is a thriving you«!
- Pea- li Orchard «>f '2 V'O tree» tn full beariog
Th«> farm lies within 8 tnih-s of Mtddletot|i». ei.d
j within 'Jj «-f t*hesa|»eake City. Convenient to
schools, church«'«. p«>»tofti e. blacksmith shops,
j steamboat» and railroad».
For term« and particular* apply to
J it FOAM).
Feb 10—tf Middletown. Dei.
THOM «9 M ASNI'.V. JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER
j Main llr.,1. n*.t «Mr «• R.U.UI H.I.I
Nlddlclana. Drlnwnre
Ù.
/"ILOCK®, Watches. Jewelry, tc. neatly aad
proni|1tly repared.
Always on hand and for snle. Hocks, Watches,
Plated Ware, Forks, Npoone, Silver Napkin
Ring«, Silver Thimble*. Halt, Sugar and Tea
SpQGns, Butter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Bnr
Rings, Finger-Rings, Sleeve Rations, Watch
Chains. Watch Keys, Key Rings, Sural Watch
Chains, Jkc.
rot
rI/fi fy'S SPECTACLES.
Dec. II—If.
'
i
MARYLAND FARMS
FOR SALE,
Rlvfn. Mill g*a»eralljr |«m<I and well
IMpratHl* Twin« mf rvMMbl*.
o
OWHfN •*•«!«*• «• Sell.
No. 1.—A trseteontnining two hundred artss. I
about 80 of which is under cultivation. Build
ing« »mall; timber principally white oak and
chestnut. Very cheap.
No. 2—A farm situated about two and a half
miles from Masseys— the junction of the Kent
Co. and Q. A. ntid'K. B* . and contains about
two hundred seres, mostly w>-mIU»»* 1, there lie
ing but seventy-tv* acres truble : would make
good farming and fruit land with proper hand- £,
ling. Price $20.00 put acre.
No. 3 —A farm Immediately adjoining Mag- y"
|cv p Junction, containing Iftq acres, in u liiyb e
(«late of cultiration: splendid three «car oM
te ŸÂt'm*::!! ! *
pet« with unylfl thi Ihdghhorhood . pr • lured ; f mw
2t> bushel« wlieat per acre this year. 1*
$ 100.00 per acre.
Xp. 4.—A farm of 321 acre*, located in n
plenum neighborhood in (Jueen
within two miles Cf Millington
the Q. A. 4 K- R. It., being aimtu thif; t pur«
ride to Philadelphia, nnd only three-four :)»• of n n,
mile from u point where lime can 1 ** deHrtred
the Railroad , -'34 acres of «attic it fie t e arable
'land: produces from 30 to 50 bushel* cwn and
15 to ,H) bushels wh*'«t |i-r acre, balance is well
wooded with timber, which would pay one- ' m
fourth cf the pu re ham* mor.cr. Price $12,000.00. !'•»
No. S.-.Y iMr. ronl.lnW«o n,rr., n.n.,|v
woodland. 2-0 acrcVl. under cnDtra'. h
lion ; building, good : » .. make an «.»item
r r ,: n il, „V a, « my to* «gm. or Iraic for
olorlj-llln» atari. I Ur.
No. d —A farm of about I3T. acre*, within a '
mils of Maasejr'« Junction, rcry plcaaouUyhxa-j
ted. is under good state of cultivation an l welt •,
adapted to the growth of grain and fruit: this f.^d.
it a rare chance, it l»eloiiging to several parties
who «re anxious to sell.
Pt
gl.
Anne s <' • Mil. h-n/
At»(f
/A.
No. Y • A fttrm r>f 02 acre*, rithin two n*
mi,r * s 1 ' Uinbso,» 5 Sbitipn, pu the Kent coanty
K u : lmm r tl.»l.lr ".t)..lni.ig tl,o.il l» f . of IW
tervtfle. and about two mile* from ( rnmpton. on .
" , ' rh "!" r 1 lTr i. nwkln * 11 1 .' rv dl T l ;'r
P»iiun lb. Und I« eetf projactit.. Uua.l.»f s
»<•« » «s*«i «w»ron*bif i»««iijp^. «ubiin;
|(!r»n»ty: aUo Dln-kmi'nli mid \Mi«lwruhi
•l«>p. «M plcjtfnnilr I •at. I in ihr inwn. Pri..
» r* n *«" f ?
»<• ».— A »plmdU Urm »:«r,»t,.i «Um, l. .If
mil« from Millington, nrl.l I onntr. 'I>1.. <>n llu- i«
4 A. à K. R. li . Irriug »liuut ihr*. Irunr, ri.lr rrr.
from Philadeltdii t : cnn'ain« 2 ' n*T« « !n the
hi(bnt •<«!« of r.liiT«tlon An. Pmch orchard
: ,
ri<1 tail4i ' ,,,|. „.|„i. nnsion.
„„ ,«o«n, nf ill Ullh iin.l ..rf rare in-1... ï'i
Thil I, n vrrr jrm of a nlan- an I
!<e hnugtht low.
1 B
N . \ farm of JJ > - rt* :mn;c li I»c' v a 1
t! •• T. w n«end limn«
i!. mostly arable, in ;
; bui-diug* ordin
joining 'I
K. R. : i
fair «tale of cultiva:
St.» ti»
good, km t
V 1
'V — A tract
tile« fr.mi
.1 Prat h R. K
• n -i r ; won!
tin
three
T, an
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Pent
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sell cht
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i more than one
1 Peach orchard
de«ir.tulj pince
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bu
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lu
a V,»uilg "H bat
b- finest farms
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Kent
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t l«r -rertoY» n t » M
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1 of cult
dress
u rv. For further pn-v
S. N\ Ilf Y KB
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Sept 21—0m.
Register's Order.
RKlilSTET. S 1 O KI' K
Nm Cuin
Fpon f!ic i pi ucutu u • I >.»n.*tc Negsr* Au
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NCTITK —All
the K-'. itc wt th* de« • UMni.
; duly atte.'«ie«l
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• Admit
before Octola r
l'jtlt
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Ad Î ••*•«» -M Dos. '..ri.
Nor. 2 —2;a.
FOR RENT.
t !y ! n .it« dli O ! SR
i V :.•-.» r .Main «tu-vt 'i»'i: ; all t'ue 7,,, «
th J>. *.
Aj; > '■ 1
Oct H—tf.
conveniences |>crtaiuing t->
den.
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IIROWÜi A (aiiJUIER,
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FINK BRANDIES WINES. GINS, X* .
Akt» ttKALRaa ia
RYE WHEAT AND lit»t'RRON WHISKEY. T
No. 11 South 9th Street, Philadelphia.
Jan 29— y

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M. V'.. DICKSON,
No. Nt »UTI1 EIGHTH fiTBBBT.
PHlLUIRLPIIlAi
SilVCT 0.11(1 PlCktOu WftPt
iiaai.su
watches and jewelry,
SOl.lD STKRI.I90
Suitatlc for Hnlulaj Praacnt,
N. It —Fine «»lection of 18 Kt. Wedding Ring*
' on Hand.
(t. 1 , Silrcr and Steal Spaetacl»» to oui I
i
ages
Dec 10-tf
Delaware Rail Road Lia*
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incident to fretglil busno»* aud will *t*f* fJMj
n* i:at;;>n* where time n giveq. *
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GEO. W. INGRAM &f QO.
Brokers & Rc.ai Est?.t ; A *ew,
(HKvr.lt OP U\IV INW Y l» 1 - Ml-KfTS,
Middletovv-n. Delai.vc.r5.
wii.!. attkn:» l i 1 . ::ti.y to tiir c«»»..
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NOTES, DRAFTS. BILLS, &c. &c.
vsK A SK1.L
NF.GOTiATK Id».\N* pc
SHMkS t.\ I '« -V
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An :
Valtiablv Real Estate,
« Farm* on
•pricing
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. be re
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i t !.. - It- .
\ i . t ; a retaid, 'be day
•:d y cat
I i
> Begiftfe,
- i:
»v Estât«- -
V i i^-i
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... n ,»a»u'.s nj
; rt «eut the mom
du '• « ' • Kx- alors, on or hofore tte
al id.- the
A- t of Assembly
1 .
led.
in such -.a
111»'.*- T Ml ilfMIKV, \
: ban kin hall, ;
Kx centers.
•' M ' iletownj Del
Ad !i
Ns»v 'j 2m
TI 1 I : 1 M OIt(
FLORENCE.
T
THE LEST -TW'S»; M .• , »U «Ü si a DM.
th
ikes four different
The only
s' -- Thewtiy ■ !i;uc that fattens the end*
of se.
Th «• «inly ma» hine Cut will move thf
'li.e.-tiou de»ircl ..nd the o».l; ma» htpe tha'l
h«v *«». '-adjusting »• These nd»aptag),f
combine! '1. * > . npid ' and ouietpr>f 4iF
• _»th«r wit!, th« and anility of
«nt impr-i« lnent^ cjider it'tha
t i«**ir«b!e. durNbl- a,..* '-«-i hn milt Sew -
Me ; a ll*«- ..'a -5«* ' Agents wanted
inf verv county.
VVflStt.N A PKN N Y PACKER. Manager*.
112 • Chestnut 8 t I'^.ad a.
mati-.
it* work w ith
apr 27-3msf
J. HERM ANN'S
Mouiniioiital Nl sir bl» WtrM
C oi ntr Delaware ■•»«* VnTrra trsela.
NKYY" CASTLE, DSL.
Monuments, Marble
Slate Man tela,
Funil<b*U *1 short notim, A oo noomoUoImm
». ». num, mir ».
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