OCR Interpretation


Middletown transcript. [volume] (Middletown, Del.) 1868-current, July 12, 1873, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Delaware Library, Newark, DE

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026820/1873-07-12/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

She jniddlttoicn transcript
n rOSUMID RVIIT ilTURDAT «V
Edward Reyaolda.
TERMS-S3.00 » year, payable In advance.
No paper dUronlinued until to ordernd, eicept >1
the option of the pnhlither
RATES OF ADVF.RTISING—Adeertlaemetit»
of 10 line« nr le«» will brluKrtad twlcefor $1 00,
and 25 cent* for euch additional Insertion llu»
inea. rnrde. flutter rear, t tne^iitarter of a col
amn, 3 month«, fa : « month«, $15; one tear.
$25.' One-half of a column, 1 month«. flH : ft ■
month*. $3o ; one rear. f.VL One rolumn. one
year, f'ltio. Bu»ine«a Ideal«. IU rent» a line Tor
each Insertion. Marriage« and Death« imerted
free. Ohiluarie« charged fbr at regular adver
tiaing rate«.
i
]
THK MA II 1C KTII.
mmtl.KTOWN «RAIN HAHKFT
!
,
. SI 4«
. 9D «I».
connect En weekly hv k. t kvass.
Wheat,
Corn Yellow,...
" White.
.50 "
. 40 "
.5 00
Oats.
Timothy Seed.
'Clover 11 .
.7 00
MIDDLETOWN PRODUCE MARKET
CORSKCTRU WISH LI BY A M ItKYXoM*
24 fît 25 rts. V dok I
.. 2<>(* 21 cts V lb. j
.HfaO " " !
.1 2* V bus.
20f»t JT» V |b. !
EXE*.
llutitr.
Card..
Air«« Polk.
Votator«,
•Chick««, spring.
ritlLADFt.l'H11 MARKETS.
.$1.57f«.l 58
7*rlmc rnl wheat.
'Corn, yellow.
,r »ats ( Pennsylvania).
ClomsMd...
b'imothv.
.4'.* :
. 4 V»
Butiinrss locals.
1 large assortment of Hamburg F
tie • I used out at a
A fine
broideries.
low prie«.
which a discount of 12* |wr cent, will t «r
cash, at
«1
K>*eu fc
E. M HANSON S.
A fine Japanese foi ling Fan fi
|8 cent.«, at
K M II A.N.SO NS
Iron in the Blind —When the blood i* w«d|
iUpplicd with its iron element, we !••« I \igor«ni*
aud full of aniin
tliii vital element that mtk«*s
h c
ins iffici* n- »
f
It I
feel weak
the Peruvian S\ i up
supply this di-fi- t
wonderfully .
«1
low-spirile I i
I a protoxide of iron
mid i
it! invigorate

l examine bi*
Ladies ' call at HANSON
stock ot K.uiey G
standard Trimmings
La»cs, F.ms, Ac , all of whi« Ii are
cheap.
i*|ef ie«.
I« coutprUing End
•I Ruffle*. Rilihons, Ties
an<l vert
The wild gee»e «lo n<M regard Dr. Ay«: *
in migrating north—
of them a* ar.* H» ing
•ii mac s
h mini«*
III! 1
d*.
. while his ;
• Bleak au I blustering ab«,,.; il
with heavy *in>w —Cedar Rapids l«»w.i
. M »r« h 3."
Ti
fast 1 1*' week In our item
«antin'! between Dr A '• «*r and llu* W: d
The Doctor * « len« e beat their instin« t tin« t
had such a snow
The sm»*v lie* t hr* *•
a In el in Minnesota and '
whi'e the «türm ha« «*i ;•! f u
• the ID, k y Mouniain« Sn«nv 1-1! to va
far south as Denver, Foil IV» n
e belie' ••«! Dr. Ay er
a of natu-v. and wifnderful »« vve
«litim s to I .«. w
•' •
Not tar
ran hoi •
h «i «if ! ist S
fc« tin\\
the Ar
»l*ep

I «ntl
i cois depth -
1 Santa K
Darn I
in 'he .
1
b n • *
wer« n*. t prej.
of hi* Miperinri
• instinct is considère»! unf «iliac Me
the peg more firmly than « ver .»rrr
I earth lor Ayer * Ameri. r
H vpi*l* Time*. Mar« h D*.
signal
t. r
«lo
. « wll
•«!
nd Forks, * u
I ! « t water-proof table Kuiv«*
brautiful stx 1
at verv !<
pi « es
K M IIAN.SOX S
til
nl
ibis' Slock «*f Lad
Mil
. and
d kid fîmes
S M. Be
< Inliirvn • * uinm
I \iu •• : «sting
• a«l»|e«i lo
. In
large ilin k three hu
. Indies, call
com i*l
is
•Ir. ! pair «lim-t from llie
1
amine ihern.
fn.
A fine Blaik Tea at df
ints per lb., nt
Ii M HASSONS
d see the new stvle HOTTENTOT
d
Lad:
call
BCNTLE at
«S. M. REYNMLIbS'
Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers P
Kettles, lev Cream Freezers. A
celaiu- Kl
I. M I1ANSCN S
T. A. McCLELLAND'S
Auction Rooms.
Furniture. Mattresses, k «>f T A
121:» Chestnut Street. Handsome
Parlors. Bed Ro«
. nt Au. tion .Sales, eve
«1 sold at Prtv.
All goods warranted.
1 Shipped.
Bur vuiir
V -
New Furniture b
mug lb
•1 Thursday,
lion I'fi
carefully Packed
au l Di
Moriday
Sabs «it Am•
Furniture
>i 100 HEWA1U)
riet ion
\\7 ILL l»e paid f«»r tin- atr«st i
»' ..f»») .. .
srtting tir** to aar «iwelling, stähle, oulbuihiiag
|mi|)«rt]r {or rut'bish that may endanger the
safely of property : within the limits of the town:
I the further reward of $DHI DOLLARS tor
InforOtAlion that wilt lead to the arrest
vietion of the person or person« wlui »wf fire t«»
the stables of Samuel Penington
more, on the nights of April 1st and 'Jth.
Bv oaiiia or run IUi »bu «jr Town i'ommimiokbiia
A pril 10th, 18T3-3m
1 J. B Felll
FrofessioQal aud Amateur Musicians
Should examine the Combination Solo Slop*»,
found only m GRo. WOODS A CO S ORGANS
THE .KCL1NK. A moil delicate, sott
breathing stop.
THK VOX HCMAN A. A baritone lolo, not a
fan or tremolo.
THF. PIANO.
which will never rr«$tiire tuning,
ment in another column.
A beautifully toned piano.
See advcrtisc
[Juo7-3iii
MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY
ASO
MACHINE 8HOP.
LOWS «tut Plow l'iutinir*. M«. hi«r (•»«linpi
I« lu ordrr.
Particular iitu-lilion given lo Bepairlng Marin
«er/. Caali for old Iron.
D of all kind« on hand
H-WM. »' 00-PAÏTHEE8HIP.
T HE firm hetetdifur* doing business under the
name of T AV (.OR * SON, I« this da» di«
g TAYRiR.
WM. TAYLOR.
WJI L. RCCKE * SOX,
... ...
Founder# aud Machinists.
Jan 4-tf
solved by mutual consent.
May 26, 1873.
Th. hu.inc« of th. old (lrm will 1* willed M
Ihr «toiw, »nd »II hill, not |uld -llhln 30 d«j«
wilt b. collclU hy l*w. R TAl LOR.
FOR SALE.
mWO voting II0RSK.S for nl*
1 driver «nd «Icppcr, »Ircd h.r
vwn old—price, flou The other I« * Orem
ilountain Morgen. 6 tear« old. tnund «nd kind
» „rice. SI50 Or, If d»«irrd, will «ell two mr.ch
^ WM. GREEN,
Middletown, Del.
; one. » good
Mntrow, right
cheaper horeei.
- Jane 31 3w.
Ä
JjRistcllanfOus.
MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE
mil w nnunmi
JUI " "•
»1 ' A K EH plcuurtt In utmounrlng to hU frien.l*
1- of Ui.idletutvn nn.l «urn unding rounlrr,
tlinl lie hit« token the Tin end Stove Store of tfie
late S. \V. Robert». and olTer« to the public the
'nrg.-.t and heel «elected «toek of Stole«, both
Cooking and Heating. ever ..(Tered In Middletown,
and at prfcea that cannot fail to dlcaje. Antony
the tusorliuenl are the following
y|.\(i ARA,
I
I
COOK STOVES.
PARLOR COOK, MONITOR
CORAL COOK, W.M. PENN, LEIIIUII,
and others made iu the city.
PARLOR STOVES.
BRILLIANT.
has iii n.MM; iia.se,
PARLOR LIGHT,
dew nniip.
PSION AIR TIGHT
OUR PARLOR.
Al*o, SEXTON'S PARLOR HEATERS.
I
j
Stores of all hinds suitable for Stores, Offices, i
Bar-rooms, ami rwliool Houses.
Also, tin Morning Glory and the Oriental. both
unsurpassed in beauty and efflrienev. They ran
lie seen in operational the storv of the proprietor. ;
All sues of llar-room Stoves and Ten-plate !
j
j|MY*TIN WARK ut wholesale and.retail.'tfct :
I
j
! Being a praetlral workman, himself, he thinks j
he run give satisfaction ta all who favor him with
! hteir work. Particular attention paid to Roof
IIIU and «Snouting.
* 1 *' 1
;
Stoves repaired at short notice.
Old Stoves taken in exchange.
» URDRILSNOLICITBP.
JOHN B. ROBERTS.
:
nug 13. 1870— y
Hc^ister's Order.
REGISTER N OFFICE.
New Cu« tie County. April 28th. 1873
L TPON the nppli<-ation of SAMCKÎ. SKG.VUS
) Administrator of PETER VIEW, late
ot St Georges Hundred iu said futility, deceased:
it is ordered and directed by the Register that
the Admin strator afore«a'nl. gi'e notice of the
granting of Letters nt Administration upon t^r
Estate <»f lit« deceased, w ith the date of granting
thereof, by causing a«lv.-rtisemenls to be posted,
within fertv •! *y s fiom the dale of nu ll Letters
• *t pub); place« of the County
Castle requiting ail persons having «Irmaml*
igaiust the Estate, to present the same, or nbid**
bv an A el of Assiual h
!
f
a ..f H
^
h «
■ the same tu be insert
"i the ViiftHrt ut,
Middirt
And a!««».
provi«le«t
e«t within the same je-ri
Trtinarn/4, a newspajH-r published i
Lc • luitinnc I therein tw
»nth«.
/tHrajp Given under the hand and Seal ol'Ofli«-«*
UbP«.f tlic Register iton s.nd, at New C.i-tir
• '«unity iifurc««uid, tli- «lav ami ««*.ir above writ*
' B GIBBS, |b*gi.«trr.
Nt »TICK All p. r
the K»t.
having * I » i
tg.iinst
• of the d'-ce:
I
.«t present tile «
dull at;« «n d
ill A»)iiiini«imior
April 28th '.^Tt »-r at i t*- nn A - f A
.e m ole
SAMI'LI. SKG Mt< A Imin'.siraior.
2m «Annwt.se -M Donu .gb, Del
b,*l

all rn
I pr.ivi led
GEO. WOODS & COS
ORGANS,
The
vrk.i'« • Lut run;«
p« r!«" :• !
• «pable «»f t hv most beautiful musi a! elfe »«
r.«l
in the in-.
eVg-nit .
All Lovers of Music
should nee litem, a
1 h a
their
COMBINATION SOLO STOPS.
MH 1' ALLEN.
»V MILAN .VUE.
J;
11.is tin
cut:\P Tilt 4 K litSKKrs.
We de«lre I«» cull the alien
n •«•' farmers
H.e Wiili.
I »PU« ker*
Dianviil
The i liertjwst on*l
Baske
' ««t basket ei er offen i
market I he
fixe
strengHi i
!
ght«
*1 i .
1 o *•.«!«! at about an«
unary trmk baskets.
sal- in large or small «jumiiiie« * .
WooDBt FF & BROTHER.
N * 4 A r. h Si . Phila.
N. II -- Also far sale a.I oilier kind of peach
and truck baskets—at low pmes
th.rd tm
Kur
l'»
2 8-3m
I) a n n.Nd Academy.
P CF. L. R G A W RuNSKl lias the pleasure
lo inform the l.idos and gentlemen of Mid
dlrtow u and its li'iniiy that ho has opened a
Dancmg S« liool in t»
Prof tî on it» * f »s
»•e at the T
ll ho w iso fa patruni» • '
Wednesdav#. TI
». M
Hall.
*. at 5 o do k.
at 8 u « lock, same «lai s
lx Air. A NCR
«••»ur»e of 1 2 lessons :
course 12 lessons, $5 On— euch pupil.
June 28 187.1 - 3»v.
I Fn l
Ei ruing « las
I
F
fn
a f.imi'y a
r mure, th»
.00 ; tor .
»uiiirMf])i)LET0\V\
* *
ACADEMY.
I'lril-ClaM ll«iar«llKiir mul fitly
fifhool.
Fall Term opens Sept. 8th.'73.
For full iaforma'.ien relating to the scho«d,scnd
for a catalogue.
1IIUSOX a. WOOD. A M
I'rin« ipal,
Middletown. Del
July 5 tf.
LIGHTNING RODS.'*"
would respei tfully extni'1 an invitation to all
i» need of Lightning Rods to give me a call
prepared to furnish and put un at short
untie* a superior arti«!* of pure CUPPER ROD
of any length rnjuired w ithout an v jointing It
i t«e seen at my stove store in Middletown, Del
ï4MI!d rods durably repaired
apr 20-lt
1
!
1
;
i
J B. ROBERTS
RIÏMOVA IV.
nmoinl fn
the old Stand opposite
the Priiinsnlar Machine orks. to five door* east
Main Street, would announce to the ;
just received from the « itv a
I Trimming* !
I ""ÄÄÄT .
» ,, é '
* pr *
TAT XTTTVPVNT)
mriuiinu.
i
3111«. 4. 31. Mrül.K. 3lhhl|«>|«»%%ii.
' ci! Broad, on
,| m , »Hr h
full line «»f MILLINERY Gi»»»DS
X.Tf (-A.IU Cot'STT XATIMAI. BaW Of OBU.A, ;
Thf , l|nr|nra h „„ , U v de l,,'red', duldend
r FIVK PER I'KXT lor llie Inti *i< month«,
^".Lll uxr,. p.y«blc
inst.
ail«l after llie Ull)
J. L. GIBSON.
t'asliier
July 5 3w*.
Agents wanted
Per day !
All classes of working pro
. young or old, make more
in their spare moments, or
#5» #20
pie, of either
money at work for
all the time, than at anything else. Particulars
free. Address O. Stimo» k Co.,
Oct. 12—lv. Portland, Maint.
SÉB
lirai (Bstatr.
Executor's Sale
Of Valuable Real Estate
IN A1T0QUINIMINK 1ID.
B Y virtue of ab order of the Orphans' Court
of the Slate ol Delaware, in und for New
CuRtle County, made the 2'»th day of May, A. I).
1873, will be exposed to talc, at public
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 30,
at 2 o'clock, 1*. M , at the Middletown Hotel. J
kept by John O. Lowlier, the follow ingdescribed !
lands and tenements, being the real estate of the
late Klihu Jefferson, deceased, tin* same being
I dered to b& sold for the payment of his debts, !
I to wit .
■lion,
I No. 1. All that farm nr tract of land situated
jin A |>p<M|uinitnink Hundred. New Castle County
1 .«tat« of Delaware, aud bounded as follows :
the west bv lands of Mnnlovc I>. Wilson, on
j the north by lands of Vinrent 1». Hill,
i
cast by the Delaware Railroad, and
by the public road leading fn
; statioB on lit* Del. It. It to t lie head of Massa
! frn*. containing about 230 acres of land.
2. All that farm or ira* t of land situated
j in Ap|m«|tiininiink Hundred aforesaid, and I
: d*d as follows : on the
the
the south
Green Spring
j i?*' n "' ro, |d ft
^l ,r . ,n ^ !, |" ,,un . De. aware Railroad to the head
J*/ >assalr w*. on the east by pm-lic road from
Green Spring station. Delaware Railroad, to
1 Clayton, and on the south by lands of Charles
I». Duvimr. Gideon K Rothwcll, Peter Davis,
and John Caspeison, containing about 200 aerts
; of loud.
v
bv lands of Jot
No. 3. All that farm or tract of land situated ;
in Ap|Hxiiiinitnittk Hundred aforesaid, and houn
ded as follows : on the south hr public road
Thoroughfare Neck, on theeastby lands of Rich
Don Armstrong's heirs, on the north by Black
lands of Mrs
Elisabeth Barnett and tract No. 4, containing
about 3u5 acres of laud.
No- 4 All that farm nr tract of land situated
•** Appoquinimink hundred aforesaid,
dtti axloilows: cu the south t»y lands Mrs.
Elisabeth Barnett ami-Stanley * heirs,
the east L\ lands of Mrs Elizabeth Barnett
tract No. 1 < g lauding f
! bird c
•k.
I
the
'
I t
:
the north by
• bv the pnbli«
Black bird
Blit« kbird I 'leek
1 fit
Landing, containing about 135 .«
the
the village of Black I
:
•s of 11
I
No 5 All that
in Appo«|iiiuiiuink hundred alorcs ud. an<l !.«»•
til«' south I \ land*
by the publi*
l village t«» Blackt ird Creek
.»! out I V» acr«-s ol land .
ira« t of Land fiiuatr«!
M« Cov
j-|,. V« *
1, I .1« billow « :
f John
the e*
road fr.»
out.tining
The I b.ivp prei
!•» be s«»li| free
A Mend»
made kn.i
Mr« Ann Jeff.
b
e«| by the Court
ill
' ur,,,J r IT
11 '■
the tn
1 \\ ills.
I v th* ;r A ' i n*-v
K»c ut«ir«
C M VANDKVKR.
I <»*irt.
July -I«.
I Vi k of t irph
MARYLAND FARMS
b'Olt SALK
'
«rill« nfl) toialril itrar Itallrniut« nutl
Nlvrra. **«»|| gene rally c«»«»«t mill writ
Improve«! Trim« very r* aaonblr.
Owner« anil on a lo aril.
7 two hundred
N.
V r » t
tvhlch
timl
eut 8.) ,,f
Bail
a and
ivaiim
white
mill
« bestnut.
•i pally
! ,r
' .TV . It4|..
r.
«i i n ■« i « • ! about two an! a b Cf
of I lie Ke
•I « ontaia* about
be
N
fra.
.IK R «
'«• ami K». A.
n bun Ired a* re*
«•■' «nli -ffv
ostlv
r« « ara» I
>d fruit land with pv ; >*r bun 1
1
d Co
b
' l
• I-U per «»< re
So. 3—A f
v .«i Jum-tion,
dh.
ing Mir
£ r»»a
high
con tail
*.;.'!' «ni u splendid th . «■ \ .-.«r
bar I. alio \pp • « r. h : • 1 «m
celle»! f: Tins Ii
the neig hi
lat«
It
P
it Bi.ildi
ill * a
i'li a
prV
Is wli»'ii
Mu* ; . Pri
P vr «»* ^
i
N*. 4
of 321 m r. « !.. it. I i
A f.
•ighl •: h
\ in Ki<
filer* mt
within
•i A. * - » M l
••* .*f Milling
■' • M A k K It R 1 eilig a
r !.. lo I'b.iboMnbia
a live I«
• 1 on!v thr
a point
here 1 :
b
•1
w
,
th
R til». . ! . .
•r s.
tin- ar.«» !»•
! md ; pro.lio
** to .*•" ! u*h« !s
re. ba!
fr
I 5 t«> I** bushels w lie.11 per
ith tim bet
ooded
hi« h
' ! i
P* r h.»
urtll uf ta
N • * -
mdiaud.
tum : I
farm u
A ir »« t « »tii' i
a' « UI 2 2* a.
■H
.■ullii.i
t
* • !
on! !
lake a
relient !
\ or lease for !
lo
•Ii at
fig *
N V farm of **.* .* 1. •
within a
• • M
ted. •
\ .i
pa*a mtlv i«n
dor „«»«id -la • «f < n 1 11 •. atioi. .
i** tin* grow ih «)' grain
belonging to
d fruit ; 'lo
, !.. ,.««■.!
?veraI partie
*
ho :
: anxu u* to s*
uf '»2
No.
ithin
A
mi!« - ol Lam» *
ll It . imm* ■* itel' a«iy.ioiing llu- \ i! ige of Che
tervilie. ai d ab,»ut two no'«« from
the • 'heiter
• otion the
tin K
mn
impton,
»king it a verv d«-«iral !«• lo
y proiLi' tue. Bui. ding«
« aini««t ia»*le Dwelling. >• «Ming.
Blacksmith
• I :i
l Wt.eel
i
:
.«bop all pV «« »nth located in th» t c
t*: * * p« r acre. Tin* property * 1 f
ago
:
$D».o«i!
V
« -- \ splendid farm siiuati'd al «.ut ha!f
M igton. :.*..■ U
about three honrs riile
the
u .\ * k . n u
fr *m Philadelphia . • mituiu* '
• of « t»ltivat!««o line P
» «■
res. in the
buildings splendid party auKi«»us
ccoutii of ill health,
This is a
h
■v« r «I
in »raw»'
«.n
sen 1 Br.irieh I
-i!i arable, in
bubditigi ordinary.
I
ml offers r
id i
y gem of a plate.
id « .
men ts
he I»
ighi |..w.
immediutcl. a«l>
N * •* - \ farm «»f 220
j«*Ui;n g Ni * * S I i« '•tall.
the T •
K R i« i;«w I kind «.»ii.
"•*'<• ■" *..
will be sold very
. In Delaware
the ;
N- D» — A »rief «3 3*M u
three mild front N andi
Townsend Branch B. II mini y ^Miodl tti'l.
small jnirtioti * 1« *»r would make an excellent L
farm: owners live in Baltimore, aud would!'
««II « heap
No. II —A fine farm of 350 acres, all arable.
! located in Queen Anne * County. Md three
1 a half miles of Millington.
; 11. anti three miles fr>
i riv* r railroa*!
1
the Q A. A K I».
'bester
i »turf
ill «leliver little
.'lilt
I » half miles «i t«tunt : large
hard , building* new Tin* 1* a v* rv I
r .il»!e place, iu a ple.uant neighborhood
p r j, c |„ M -
; v , ,
' '* " . OH M' r
! fr,,m * î4, « ,,on -! ,r " m ..nd!,
ÂtÂTÂ-Âl'
buildings complete mostly uniter hedge ft nee :
has a v«»ung orchard of 3ÛU0 »rcr-a This is
of the Un«» rarin« In Kent county, and will 1.1
«old rljrltt. 2
i mere III;
.id n miin
IVach
No. 13—Contains 34»> am*, situated 3 mllril
the Kent t'o R.
< 'bester river, and
; fron , Uni ,
! l
Station
1 J Trom Otunplon.
t«l from Gliestertow u to Milling!
complete, fencing good.
tli
: building«
I land in good slaty
of cul.lv. Ion . Uiu.,1crop of cm i. .1.000 hu.h,
I roc Ilf per »cre- For funher parilraUn .d
dre or cil oa S W III ! Ml I
m ' «i, :
Kent County, M«l r
may 3-6m
Fare Fresh Congress Water,
Direct from S«r«logA Spring«, lor >«lr by SI
M. REYNOLDS.
©rain, Jflour and Jirrd.
E. T. EVANS'
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE.
I aliall keep
hand and for «ale, a« u«tial,
BUCKEYE Corn'd Reaper & Mower, !
EXCELSIOR
RUSSELL
WOOD REAPER
M
ii
It
.
'
1
II
II
II
)
WOOD MOWER
ADVANCE MOWER.
I
STONER WHEEL HAKE,
ITU IC A '» IlLLL HAKK.
POOLS' G HAIN FAN,
nt
HI
MOWING AND 1UUAK SCYTHES.
MONTGOMERY GRAIN FAN.
VAN WINKLE GRAIN FAN.
llDICK HAY AND FODDEK CUT
TEILS.
;
SHOVELS, FORKS, *C.
R
Also, a full line of
EATER AND MOWER REPAIRS
E. T. El*.4KM,
J no 14 if.
Mimu.KTow*', Drt.
j. ß . FOARD,
Middletown Delaware,
SOLE AGENT FoR
Lilli' JKFFKHSOX ^ SOX,
!•
NEW CASTLE, DEL.,
FoR THE PHD RASE
>K
(HtAIN.
AND SALE OF
DIME, FERTILIZERS, SEEPS, Ac.
I OFFICE AT TIIU DKl'tiT.
Mold!, tow n. Del.
.4—tf
«Miisfrllnnfouü.
I) N C [] 31 ORE!
THE OLD BANK
b<
cur newly c.up.t
' ten. :i<
i rénova
i»b« d wi
d. fil
i am
•!
I «V
I (Ik CliKA M
r. *r I lie lo
patroiMgr tin.« nea
]«a: :.»•«. ; : .«--r - «V
table dtitan*. vi.
.? »heir
w.ll gri
cu»t<
«n. Iv «• Cream tmnivhci t.
a
d »lcli
1
ith.
SOD A F0 r X TA 1X
Ticket* 3 fur ::
full «P
.»Ii
ml*, cr 13
A Do.
CAKES OF ALL KINDS
iupp ■ *1 lor pari *
Berries in
F. B RICE.
. Del.
Main Si M; : .. '
mv 17—tf.
FRI I I' GROW ERS,
Attention!
\£ St. ia il S'a. \ SU. Il
for suppl
M
iîiti»
8TENUI IVS,
STKXUIL PAINT «V HHUSllKS
!
!
I'or Mtiiliin; 1
DKKK Y ('RATES
.» n ;»
PEACH BASKETS.
i- !.
Cannot be irpa
uKDKR KAULY
J. E. WORDEN.
Diamond State Stencil I )opot,
SMVBNA. I'FI.
ns rill mil;
Feb 3. 1 87 ' -ly
Till»31 4» .31 4SSK1 , Jit.
£x
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER.
.Hali» HI reel, nrsl iluor lo 3ialluiiMl Hotel
31 |«1(lil'!04% II. I»4'llt43ai f
KS Watches. Jewelry. A* . neatly and
promptly repared.
Ali» a - « on hand and for «ale. <'lo*'k« Wat* h» «
Silur N ipkiu
Sugar m*l Tea
SptHUU. Butter Ktiiv«*«. Gold Breast-Pin«. Ear
Rings. Finger-Rings. Slcev«' Button- Waf.h
Chains. Watch K«; s. K«*y Ring«. S'etl Watch
t liaius. Ac.
C
Plated Ware. Forks. Sp'-'ti*«
Rings. Silver Thimble*. Silt, S
:
;
L
AGENT FOR
SPECTACLES.
/>» VIEW'S
Dec. 12—if.
NE. K. DICKSON,
No. 35$ SOUTH EIGHTH STREET,
lUUDUt IX
„ ,
on llan«t
air«
Dec. 10—tf
WATCHES AND JKWELKY,
SOLID STERLING
Silver and Plated Ware
Suitable for Holiday Present*.
N IL— Fine selection of 18 Kt. Wedding Rings
Gold. Silver and Steel «Spectacles to suit ull
C0TS1Y0LD BUCK LAMBS
FOR SALK
.w yp (tip . rlor rol.wold Bark
\\ , ,„ r ,, llr pril !,_ $1 j h r „ r hnlf
bfffd , $:t0 r „ r fl| ,'| hl ,„„, ,, ur , lwk ....
: imp«»rte«l bv aur father ia 1871 nt a cost of up
w-r)ill of $i;n a head, in gold The lamb* were
dropped early uad will he fit for service in Octo
ber. We will keep them until the 1st of October
without extra charge if desired
J. J. ROSS k BRO ,
Seaford. Pel
nt«y 17 Jm
-—
ssmm
Railroad STime-^ablrn.
Delaware Rail Road Line.
Rummer Arrufcmtal.
!
AOSTA.
SOl'TB.
a. a e a
AM. r M
11 no n.iiMlriphla s 30 IIS
»I 17 Huit!mort T 2& 1 55
«30 II 3a Wilmlnitoo 10 1C 6 35
« 4« Il &4 Srw Ca*tle 10 M 6 55 |
« 51 1205 t*iau Kuad 10 34 7 0U
7(9 12 IS It * B4 r , 10 45 7 04 ;
7 25 12 30 Rudney 10 50 7 12 .
7 30 12.Vi Kirkwood 10 57 7 20
7 43 12 57 Mt Pleasant 11 07 7 31
7 4« 1 04 Middletown 1125 7 61
7 50 1 14 Town tend 11 .34 4 01
4 0J 1 25 Hlsekhlrd 1139 107
• 14 1 37 <!r.cn spring 114* 4 15
4 21 1 45 Hay ton 1155 »21
1.15 rn». arm« 12 lo » 37
1 .'«4 Hrmford 12 01 4 *„>T
2*»' M n»rt«>n
2 tt»or<*r
2 20 Wyoming
2 4« ''»nu-rbury
8 Oti F ••linn
3 o5 Harrington
3 15 tarmlnglon
3 .**» liriTnwnml
3 33 llri.tgrhlit«
Acaford
.3 i.\ Laurel
S 25 l»r
Pfltnar
I.Surrl
. Hridgrvtlla
' (ii «*rnwa».d,
1 Paitnlngtoi
llarringtva
Fallon
SSST

1|(M>rtr>n
lire ti foid
Smyrna
<«rirn Spring
Hiarkblnl
T wnwn.l
M'll-i't'iwn
Mi I'ltMsnl
K irk wi.'hI
llodney
Itrar
State R<*ad
N 1 a*il«'
w
:.
-
43
12 24 4 4«
12 32 » M
12 4'» « 02
12 45 9 07
12 Î0 ÎI 13
4 31
1 o7 9 2*
1 15 « 34
1 V, 9
1 37 1»)
1 f 4 10 1
2 12
2 23
« oo
9 1«
Bridgeville. 4 20 : G
9 '29
9 .13
9 41
W 45
B 3 -
mm
/ ! <Ä'
10 15
11 43
!h'r,mort
c5 4 lu
MIX BP TRAIN
— Northward, will leave Del
mar at 2 45 P. M. ; Laurel 3.12 : äcaford 3 43
•nwood. 4 4u : Farming:
4.55 ; Harrington, 5 ?o : Derer, ij 2 »; Clayton.
Arrive at Wilmington,
; * <Jo ; Philadelphia. I1.3Ü, B.ii timor**. 3.50, P.
•i 5»t ; Middleton n. I :
Southward, will leave Phila nt 11.30 IV M.
Baltimore. 7 30 Wilmington, 12.55; Newcas
tle, I 20; Middletown. 2 24; Townsend, 2.3«;
Clayton. 3.05; Dov
Felton. 4.
3.42 W'yoming, J 52 ;
Harrington. 4 IT: Farmington,
t ' ! Greenwood. ' «.5 Bridgeville, 3 20: Sea
ford, 5 47 l.anrel. ** II : Delmar. C 30.
The mixed tram will be
subject to delays
Inmli-til lo ftriBln I and «ill «t»|. unljr
11 '•«""«* " Ï' 1 '- 1
NEW CASTLE TRAINS.
NVsr Celtic ti
del phi v nt 7 lu A. M.
12 !'. IV M.
W Iltmnclun 1'hlU
I.
Leave Philadelphia,
l Wilmiugl
. I 25 P. M. for
SMYRNA BRANCH TRAINS.
e. h ave Smvrna for
A MiVniial
tin«« ab
11 3'» A M
a u 40 A. >1 .
d 7 P 'I. ;*-ave(.'lavtn
d : o P M
• • lion w itli trains to and fr
lenv«
Do
■1 .Stat, «n:«. «..•ith.
oNNE«TIoNS
h the Kent Countv
Rail
V
'
T.wn*»-nd a
: !
«V Ket
Mi ,id D K R
B R U.
«r<* R R.
At <
' • n g * ■
At Hir
with I
ith
J.
At S* •«' - 1
!
D.*!
Il R . and W i- oinico
M D«
ll K.I-I« f !l Shol l
il i Kb WH Y -■ ir
/*. If .t II R A*
DLL A WARE 1)1
VISION
N:ticc to Fruit Growers.
N . ; • *
• r _ . .r Market T
«■» EXTRA DAILY FREI«* HT
TRAIN '
lit I. hcd. «
. and I!
a. an M«mi 1 »y J«
•; • ' ! 1 ■-■45
■•• *.* Br.-t»'. r !.
7 .7 M« anon.
• '
K
M t P «•
M l i:. •
!
Rot irning.
;■ * 1*. M
4V." liar- ...
i-V.tol
W
W .
4
I'
M.
4
llri
u. r«J.
8 :*
Wi li-.i
igton.a
td lb In.
Arm-*:
Tint p
: N
'i ■ k
i . • e '
!|'P
',
n w heuet
te:<•1 « J ti -
11 U Ki.NMA S». j
iniirlü, ät.
DELAWARE HOUSE.
"IT".- 1 *' l!
513 Market Street,
Ci'y Ha.
i ri*fumi«b( :
1 the pubb c g» i. t .i. y
n ti.«t-» las* style and at reasonable r.iti*
Patrounge »ulUited.
I. i v«l :
'«rntly r
w« i-kio.wn Hot« !. I
Having
at
Ci KO. W. ORTI.II».
l*r.'|T,.tnr
6 «j tu
NATIONAL HOTEL.
t IpJ u.«l'«' IL B Pep- '
mi nnt.Krow\. deuw ike.
•«• will-kn
: II
VVINti taken the a»
h
friends
:
prepared t.» a«
I the pul»!..- generally iu first-«.b
nable rates.
The Bar wi ! always be supplied « h *!t.
. ..•*«! W .«••*. Li(|U.»rs and ?•'gar*
Patronage solicite 1
stv '.e and
JOHN A MORTON
PHOIMUKroB
Formerly of the Ar- 'i Street Houss. Phila
Apr 12 6m
NEM r HOTEL
At Townsend, Del.
TOWNSEND HOUSE.
L.o .• > and Segnrs.
Höfling by strict attention to business to merit a
literal, share of the public patronage generally
JAMES C. TOWNSEND.
Proj»rietor.
PEN June l«t. 1872. will
elling public
reasonable rate*.
.'commodate the
o
1 permanent boarders
The bar will at all
times be stocke«l with choice wine*, liquors. To
•»vsiers
Ut v
seas«, u
June 8—ly.
K. 1J. BROWN,
r Y k. WHEAT. AND BOURBON WHISKEY,
'
1
SCCCESSOR TO
BROWN & GALLIGHER
I.MPORTKII» Or
FINE BRANDIES, WINKS, GINS, kC.
DKALRRS IX
No. II South Oth Street. Philadelnkl«
J«« Î? -y
5*5
flrg (Soods and (Srocmfs
Wonderful Fall.
Id order to « lour out our immense «lock of
drew good«, we me now offering
them nt a
Great Sacrifice
They consist
have such an opportunity to purchase bargains
Of
all the new sit les of the season a ad you
never again in your
Life
While stated at home all alone i
y dwelling.
startled to hear at my door such n pelting
In anger 1 'rn«« and and rush'd to the door
With niv head all whirling l could stand it no
ini re
I foots reached the door, threw it a id* open.
* .»» there but a litt!« town urchin
With a package of circulars, all folded so neat.
Crying out "Read lb* circulars if v ou want y our
goods vhcup.
But
*»n hearing
heart gave a bound,
Bring just in the act of preparing for town,
I relieved him of oi. * ret:
And these
•h news
to my chair.
the contents of w hat f read there
A kind invitation
* extend to you all,
And hoj»e at the three-story brick i
To exatuiiie new goods just opened
At the greatest reductions that ever w rrr thought
d marked.
We have ties for ihr ladies at prices ro cheap.
Handkerchiefs hemstitched
Thai nil who behold them will surely belie«e
At Reynolds' store you can barguius receive.
1 neat,
pretty
()„r ,„ip«, hrraini* and laan.,
W« ai.h jou to «ce . ... »HI »• . retonm-«.
Ruches,bins tucking* and trimmings of all k inds,
be hud in our line
1 vestings our stork is complete,
leek-t e* so pret'y an 1 neat,
country
much rejoiced such u store had been
found.
A " «»««rHMnl üf «Iii. li c
I if ca»«! meres
Hats, caps
Thai nianv h«»e «aid
They

;
«und.
T-» th»* l*vAi* «. ntientiou
par'ii tilarly « all,
• sell ill g to all,
t tested
H°yi » • anisicr lea* w
The«- have t.een proved by many
To do exactly w hat Hoy t h «s al way * represented
!f flavor and strength i« -I«
,r th ■ « n •« •• • w,
i raiile in »«••
A:
a I i<* guarantee.
i the che»t
the test
The» ,e he*
I ' «-«per tbm «old
' ry tu* ih irge f
And ' m
B
«. kind ' ; a 1« again we w
d out i
with
" u vc a loptcd •
Ten per
t !. 1 1 W M
dry gou 1«
hen «
ill y Ju do
I»T
gr eric* i« the r.ewi of the
dov.
But v,
ake
nc.
When
; w: •:
c»C. tß
«•ver . • r .«j ; . tlfd
" i' r * -
;; e\ 1 :i; : t i
V
an i in* It*
V n 1 ; '■ *lg...g *• •
.« neuf
. i do n t ask tor
s m n;;ïN«>u».s
SHE! SEE ! !
nr.wr
1! \7.
• r\ im mn •. : • vm
h »t// a« asp ' nn !• a
g/m/»/> mb rm -
SUnHS •
\ S
i Ab n> bnrs< i>s
! Mb i.uni ty • i • assimkhfs,
! n\ i. ASb 'V I lb >7/1 H7.N
/;»» H A Wb l : ! 1< III b Mrs/ IS
\\ '>nl ASb I "in A l : ASSU.S
!.\ UllMS i '. ! /«■/*/ /' • •
hnn/j
<, >< i» unir r i nr it .
»I II! Ti I A b n V I )' ill. I SKI lS
is ,l Y b //",«>/ Ul.ASKET*
/ .1/' tin.
urn /*'/»■/ A G n/.ASSIS
I HUT
* «; MIS', ASb l.bn !A
! A
READY MADE (.'LoTHIXG,
HATS AND CAPS.
Vl.t. KIM'« *i
(; it ( > < 1 i : i m i : s
1 1 i.i. t.ts »
Notions, Hardwire an J Queensware.
.:♦>* A- g i » .*>• a •-£ M
nid* Ii below th. iisuai * t
nt he
:
• nd to Hire oti
rati*« 1 for five • «-.
lateral dis
i. W W NAFDAIN
Or*. ' *- ff
LUMIŒH & IIAKDMAHE.
J. B. FENIMORE <Sc CO
OreostTK nix Depot,
MIDl'LETUWN. DELAWARE.
DK.vLHUi ;n all l:n:s r
Lumber' and Hardware,
MIR KS I.I.MK HAIH. SASH. DOOR.«, BLINDS
MOt'LDINUS, PAINTS, OILS,
ULASS. ETC ETC.
a
Constantly on hand nil kind* of
NEatevial.
1 '»uiHin,
January 15—tf
MUSIC.
14 f rSIC for parades, excursion*, pic-nics, âc ,
i»I «• ther Brass or String will be burnished bv
the DI AMOND STATE CORNET BAND of Mio
dlctown. .*#- Terms moderate.
\N . H JOHNSON,
Uusituss Manager.
ty 3! -3m.
F
C. M/YISEL,
TAILOR, (From Paris\
1341 Clicntmil «Irret,
PHILADELPHIA..
JI . te
Good» and Cromin
CHEAP
TORE!!
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS*
CONSISTING, IN PART, OF
DRY GOODS,
SOTIOSS,
GROCERIES,
BOOTS,
SHOES,
II
HA TS,
CAPS ,
QtEEXSWARÉ.
WOOD Sr WILLOW WARE.
EARTHEN Sc STONE WARE.
FISH, MEATS .
READY-MADE
CLOTHING,
FIKST-CLASS COUNTRY STORE
nd in fact everything usually kept in a
f
Ail of which we should be pleated
to have you
CALL AND EXAMINE.
si
I CHARGE
yor snovrisa goods.
TERMS CASH!!!
J. F. ELIASON.
CIIKAI* 8TOML
Middletown, Del.
a IT 27—-tf
TO THE PUBLIC.
« plIE <uh«crii»!r would nil th» auction of
A th« public ro liii
Lafge aud Well-Selected Stock of
GOODS,
Confining in part of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
Qufcuiware. Wood aud Willow Ware, Earthen
and Stone Ware.
FISH. MEATS, &c.
And everything asunily kept la a
FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE,
All of which haue been selected with
\ and will he
SOLD AT PRICKS
IN accordance with the times.
a call before purchasing elsewhar*
G;» «
NO CHARGE
F0U SHOWING GOODS.
C'hm'les Tiitnmn «Ji*.
MIDDLETOWN. DEL
apr '—if
NEW »STOCK
<>F
SPKIXli & SUMMER GOODS,
id to be I e sold at low prices
F OR C A 8 H.
1 ADI ES DRESS GOODS.
« n. id.n»*; . . j to 5t •* Japanese Plaids mod
Mohairs, very
MOURNING GOODS.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
Ladies Hair BrsiJs and Neck-Tie*.
MKN *S nn» 1 HOYS
READY MADE CLOTHING
< « of Hat« «ml c„| ■«,
Bouts, Shoes, and Gaiters, choap ;
S00 YARDS OARI'KTINU,
I, l NS. nsiOLS AND CAUTltlDGKS.
t
New
Il AH I) >Y ARE. Ql*K HNS WARE.
GUOCKUIES, OIL OLOTH SLITS
Cl a tu Overcoat*. Looking Glasses Summer liars*
Covers, Lap Cloths Ladies' - '
Children s Vest*,
find ail goods usually kept iu u country start.
ar-All buyers arr reS|wctfully
as a cal: and examine our goods
:
ited to giva
I price*
S. It STKPIIKNS & CO
Middlttowu. Dal
mal S— tf.
i
fc
I
\
a
H
I
i
, : ^
bv ^
a
"
Ï
THB
!
5:
j
CELEBRATED
i
nsmi
t
SHIRT.
■V
31
Send tor «elf-intuarement eirenltr.
J. P. DOrORTtH,
m«r TI tf <11 Merke« »« WHatef»««> M

xml | txt