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Edward Reynold*.
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yeur, *100. Business Local», 10 cents a line for
eaili insertio . Murrlnpr» "nd Death« inserted
fres. Obit«' ies charged for al regular adver
til ns rates.
unrter of a col
A
IloRKint.* Aas.itiNATiOMti.it l.outai ana.
— Judge T. 8. Crawford and District
A loruey Arthur H. Harri», of the twelfth
licil district were aaaaaaitiated l»»t Moti
diT, twelve inilea aouthwe.it of Wine
burough, in Franklin pari.li, while on
their way to hold court in that place
Tltey w«re soot »even time», and their
brain» blown out. The murderer» arc
tut known, but it it thought prraoaal and
Wet political différence» Ici to the ti«»a»*i
Crawford wai n radical and liar
Roth leave families.
J u
the
onion
*iu « democrat.
ix Havana—I)*
MAONiriCBXt I'l.AZA.—
Hisastroia Firb
«TRÜCTION or A
Ol Saturday, September 6th, the square
buildings known ms Plan ^ «por was
, . K . rj.. a: I 'i.,
reduced to bhIh;« The tire broke out |j m||
«i uultancously in four corner» of the
ittuare, and is tuppOBed to hare been the i
Wftrk of an incendiary. The loss ii e*ti
»ted at over $*.000.000 It is report
•cl twenty-five lives were lost The »eenes
around the burning squaro were ei«*iting
and terrible ; parents threw their children
frum balconies to save them from the
flumes.
out
t»f
IM
J
sloltn Ileenati. the c-lebrat»*«! Hcuicia
lloj, whole ba-.tlo» 40 th* riii(j hsv* given
»•« '» ■"; or< - vyiienie.it th».,. ti«»»« of soy Q
v-tie fighter of the century, t* in ( lneago.
jle is on his way to ('oloradn for the p«»«»il
•l'his health, and will remain there but
a short time.
The Mississippi State Grange met at
Jickson on Tuesday There ar«* ui«»r«
tl an .301) Grange» in the State, and nearly
all are repreaented in the (\»nvetitioii,
a noug the members being twenty female
d[d«*g»te»
Six cleath* from cholera in St Louis
last »stk. cigl.t st Murfreesboro', »ml
Jencsl.oro' It i« spreading
tl.rough the low ground» west of the Illi
nois Central rnilrond near the Mississippi
r ver.
five at
A fire at Mexico. .Mo , Saturday night.
drstroyed »ix brisk nnd six fr.nio stores
and two dwellings, comprising a large
of the business portion of the
f ortton
I taco ; toss ÿOfi.OGO ; insumico «-3,0110.
A Woman TAnHin and Fkathf.iikd —
The women of Glen f'ove. l»»ng Island,
ITBEST
being guilty of improper actions.
Wnt Dwyer, a w«dl known prize fighter,
■tabbed and killed in ^att Francisco,
'riduy night, by .lohn llarrtngt«
,
*
;
II
ï
u
N O T 1 C E.
!
" offer lor sale tlie follow ing, at prb e« mm li be
low their value; .*^tu«ly and Passage 'Ml
loths, Book .shelves,
2 ROCKAWAYS,
be
1 the other
by a few repair.« :
1er.
(tnc in very good
made
Ö SETS OF HARNESS.
1 IIOltSK, 1 DcPBLK-HAimKE Cl'N.
Lounge«, nnd some beautiful pietim *. bo'll en
1 oil paintings, w- hielt will be «uld
many other tilings not naves
li ich will If offered ut a* or
raving*
• low I h
«•numerate, v
espunding sacrifi* ••
JOHN COLLINS M. «'ABE
Rectory of St Atm's Church.
yj \\ —Aur gentleman desirous uf addmtr «orne
•holer w«>rk* t«* bis library, ran now have
|i»rtunity ot doing »«•
lellcr«' charge#.
OJ».
much less than book
[atig Id- tf.
MIDDLETOM'N ACADEMY.
I'lrvl-« la»» ■loiirillns anil l>ii)
Sr hool.
Fall Term opens Sept. 8th,'73.
For full iaforntalk-n relating to the school,«end
for a catalogue.
HI-nSON A. \VOOI>. A M
ipal,
Middletow u, Del.
V
iuly 5-tf.
TIIOM IS MASSEY, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER.
Main Mir** I, neat door <o Motional llotrl
Middletown, Delaware
C 'A LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, kc. neatly
J promptly réparé«!.
hand and for sale. Clocks, Watches,
Plated Ware, Forks, Spoons, Silver Napkin
Rings, Silver Thimbles, .Salt, Sugar an«l Tea
Spoons, Butter Knives, Hold Breast-Pins, Ear
Kings, Finger-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Wat« h
Chains, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch
Chains, kc.
«1
Always
auk. nt run
De VIXXY'S SR EC TA CLES.
Dec. IJ—tf.
MIDDLETOWN MARKET HOUSE.
F| MHS undersigned would respectfully announce
A io the public that he has taken the store
house on North Broad St., Middletown, Del ,
formerly occupied by Taylor k Son, (having
bought oat their interest), where he will keep al
ways on hand a well-selected stock of choice
Groceries, Fruits and Provisions,
as well as a full supbly of fresh Vegetables
Call and satisfy yourselves.
b. W ELIASON.
July ll-tf.
MUSIC.
TLf USIC for parades, excursions, pic-nics, kc.,
JTl. either Brass or String, will !>e furnished by
the DIAMOND STATE CORNET BAND or Mid
dletown. ßtfr Terms moderate.
W. H. JOHNSON,
3l3m. Butines« Manager.
(grain, lumber, deed, kt.
Great Reductions
FOR CASH, IN LUMHKR,
HARDWARK, AND
General Building Material!
Mr
wind,
imink
the
By
of
the
II
A large and well-selected »lock at surprisingly
low prices.
ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 1st
I
w, will allow a
DISCOUNT OF 10 FER CENT., FOR CASH
On delivery,
5 FEU CENT., FOR CASH
Within 30 day* from date of purchase,
kinds ot Lumtier, Lime, (lenernl
id the liest
all
Hard a arc,
CUCUMBER WOOD PUMPS
in use; ami a discount of 5 per cent fur cn*h j
delivery, or per cent, for ca*h within thirty
days from dateof purchase.on Bricks.Mil.-V\ ork, the
(consisting ol Sash, Doom, Blind*. Ac.) Nail* by tl)
the k» g. Ornent, Plaster, and all kind* uf Paints i j,,
and Painters Material.
Our stock, which wc offer at these extremely
low rates for cash, i* not a stock of Dry Hoods
good ami j
Hardware, nnd
...... ... ,, ,
which I* a! wavs tn season. W e cordially Invite,
|j m|| w , JO TO(|y l 0Qtrm|k i :%te building.
«nytliiug in our line t«» exaruino
i pun-ha iug els-where.
i# l,u * l«rg*.«t
™' k
opposiTK TIIL R It HKPnT, MIDHLKTtiWN.
Aug. 3Q-3nm«.
out «if season, or <iut of style, but
wall-selected stotk of Limit
And all Kinds of Building Material
may want
Mock before
1 at
1
Apr
J most complete I
, outside of the city of \V timing
a call.
J. B. FENIMORE & CO.,
I »FLAW auk.
!. A. COM EU Y#
J U rOAKH
FOARD k COMEG VS,
Q ra j n Commission Merchants,
It FT A ti. DSALFIl* IN
AM' Wttol.KSAS.K AX
O
at
time*
Lime, Fertilizers,
PI^OUH,
C O A C,
MEAL,
KEEP,
Ac.,
A L S 0,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Sole agents for
HAMILTON S CKLKBRATKD CRAIN AND
PHOSPHATE DRILL.
Alio agents fui
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
term* to suit th
light
*«•11
Which we < a
ï*» of the times.
h«nd. nnd for
All kinds of COAL constantly
the very low«*t cash rate*.
ink
STANTON MILLS
BRANDS OF FLOUR.
*tore opposite the Na
rr will at all times keep • u hand ft
articles
, Having opened «*'»r
* tiomil Hotel
; full * • i ly of tlie al
ntioii to hu.*
1 hope, by a
f !
tit a shi
[ A Mg 30-1 y j
-**, to
»trie
ï the p lb!;, patronage.
LUMBER & HARDWARE.
^.TiitrTtrrt-nn o
J. B. FENIMOItE & CO.
OproaiTt ï iik Dft-or,
be
MIDDLKTOWN, DKLAWAHK,
or
DKAt.Kflft IN ACL KIND
Lumber and Hardware.
or
BRICKS LIME. HAUL SASH, DooBS, BLINDS
MUCLDlXli!-. PAINTS, OILS,
u lass, inr FTC
OJ».
tf.
Constantly on hand all kind* ot
Mntorinl.
1 iaililinLC
January 15 —tf
FRUITGROWERS,
;
Attention!
j
^Y facilities for supplying Stencil Stock.su« h
8TENCILH,
STKNCIb PAINT k HRUSHES,
far Markin*
KEKKY CRATKS
Del.
!
i
I
and
Tea
Ear
h
«1
l'EACII BASKETS,
Cannot be surpassed.
OUDEH KAHLV.
J. E. WORDEN,
Diamond Htate Stencil Depot, 1
(on v ii k hill. » ;
SMYRNA, DEL.
j
j
Feb 3, 1S13 ly
NOTICE.
F|3|IE tightness of the times comj*eIs
JL «lin e my business lo a CASH basis, and ac
cordingly have marked everything in my line at
low figures.
Coal credits will be limited to .30 days, and
all coal |iaid for on delivery, a discount of 5 per
cent, will be made. K. T. EVANS
Middletown, Del., Aug. 16, 1873—tf.
lo
store
Del ,
al
NOTICE!
To Hip Ncrrtaanli or Middlrtown
and Itar Fnrnicri or Kl. Ueorgr«
■Id. nnd lurroundlna tounl ry.
H AVISO rcpaire*l the break in the mill-dam.
I am prepared to grind from 250 to 3(Kf !
bushels of grain per da v.
Flour and all kinds of MILL FEED constantly I
kc.,
by
Mid
II. COOC1I,
CiMcli'a Mill, Nc" Caatlt Co , Del
hand.
■epS -31.
Rotels, kt.
ODESSA HOTEL,
ODEM«, DELAWARE.
AVISO recrntlv loused «nd refurnished this
obi established Hotel, I am prepared to ac
comoduir the traveling public and permanent
boarder* in good stjle nnd at reasonable rate*.
Mr bar will always Imp supplied with choice
wind, liquors, tobacco and segnrs.
Odessa,from its pleasant location on Appoquin
imink Creek and its wide, shady streets, and ite
ricinitj to the great peach district, offers special
advantages us a .umtncr retreat from the heat of
the cities.
By strict h.'vjtloi to business and the comfort
of my guests, I hope to merit a Htiernl »hr-v» of
the public patronage. B. F. LIPPINCOTT.
Aug. IG-timos.
II
about
ings
miles
Co.
two
ing
good
ling.
sey's
state
Peach
fruit;
pete
I refurnished 20
now prepared
the
ride
mile
the
land
15
tion
farm
1 mile
JoIIN A. MORTON, ted,
Pliot'ittrroR. !
DELAWARE HOUSE,
Opposite the City Hall,
613 Market Street,
WIUMINiiTON, tiKt.AWAlllt
Having recently remodeled
the above well-known Hotel, I
tl) entertain my friends anti the public gem-rally
j,, first-c'ass style nnd at resfotmblc rates,
Patronage solicited.
«a:o. w. oRTLir,
Proprietor.
mar 8 Cm
NATIONAL HOTEL,
Opposite R. R. Depot,
MIDDLRTOWN. UKLWV AIIK.
WING tak«*n the above well-known house.
I aiu prepared !«* a« commodate my friends
I the public generally in first-class style nnd
at ri*'»*oliable rate*
The Bur wi»l always be supp!i<-«l with the |
choiiest Wines. Liq
Patronage soliciU 1.
Formerly «»f the Arch Street lious«, Phtla.
Apr 12-Otu * i
I T •

and Hegiir*
who
! Il
NEW IIOTKL
At Townsend, Del.
TOWNSEND HOUSE. ,
the
commodate the 1
I pcruiiim-nt boarder* T
rut«-* The bar will at n 1 !
ill
O PEN June M. 1872.
travelling pul.li«
at very r«-a*'»i»abb
time* b« *tocked v
it u ty.
ine*. liquor*. T«»
xensnli. mil«
itli - hoi. «•
Pi
1 Sugar*.
-I« r* in
I I "I* ill*'** to
Hoping by
liberal. *imri-"f th«-put-lie patrotjae«- e«-n» rai! v.
JAMK.S c. TOWNSKND.
I attention
Proprietor.
J
K. D. RHOWX,
i
he
r. VE»»..!.
I
BROWN & GALLIGHER
K
. fair
l.vilMIRTKKft OF
!
■JINS' .fcc.
FINK BRAN DIRS. WINKS
ï
!
I'EAIFK* IN
RYK. WHP.AT AND Rdl'RRnN WHISKEY
No. II South 9th Street, Philutb lphia.
J«n 29—v
j sell
a
,t>itilijfrs.
it
*
l'Olt WHEAT AND GRASS
d
I ' S I-! BARNN AUD M ANTRE
ral In
with a lit.
cl
far
your
i rrLT
i a
w II go
THEN FI ' I »11 OFT WITH
!
j
MA I'lilFH
ol
RAW BONE SUPER-PHOSPHATE ,
It will par well
at prient price.* uf Pro
:
; ré
l.MI'UOVKD
'
19th Year of Constant Use.
QUALITY
II lii II I.Y
Standard Wakhan m»
Kvrry Bt rsn.
Il il «All A SO W
Si.t.*; Mam fa< ri usa«,
Sl'CRES
20 .<v ulh i)'!<IU :
■ /Vahi/r/pAw,
A>
end
19.1 S»uth Slrttr, /ii/ftn rr.
July 12-11 r
A ( Alt D .
•-«»mtnrti Lug to old
7 K
W
SOU lin: CDIOMtiLB
,
south sea guano,
I i »te supi-r
Mr B M . Rhode* at Baltimore 'lo/.
Oh the
.1er the
tt hi« h i- « cp
'
M.»n «•( o
• gClh.iT
orchilla guano.
; for whb h nc are agents » The South Sea and
(tn hHU (litamis ta-ing
NATURAL FERTILIZERS,
.
Ui- atn-ntioti the agri-alturtil
j Dese
muuity
j
'
St n d for -i
h
B. M. RHODES & CO.,
82 H-l I'll STUKKT, »AI.TIMn|tE. MO.
Agi nts for New Cast!* tt«»unty ;
CoLCMBC.d WATKINS, OtM
rOABD k COMEUYS. Middlktow!«.
! Sept IÎ —dittos.
i
NEW JERSEY CHEMICAL CO'S
Super-Phosphate.
TKAtir.(VV . & C.)
MARK.
1
; s<tnu , time tu offer it on more «uUslucturv terms
j Ff3|IE New Jersey Chetni'-al Company, having
j JL pnri lia.o-d the right of nianufa« taring the
k Clark Su|M«r-Pho»|tiiate,
main
celebrated Watt*
d
the
Iwreinlqre
\\ h,*n I ii r ^. f|uiuiti!ir*
ruuttl «ill In- ui"U im.Ii.
Oi
ierfd a fuir di»-1
S. M. REYNOLDS. Agent,
it :*• EM
N DEL
ac
at
per
Any I —
I
MALM8TEN,
AKE:!M \N
A
. . NFRAl.
Upholstery an l Fine Furniture.
w a it k n o
M 8,
No. 311 SHIPLEY Street,
( IM I». II K ENT'S !*KW RL'iLOIXU, )
Wllmliifffoti, DrlmvarF.
Making up nnd laying of carpets, malting and j
3(Kf ! «H cloth ; spring and hair mattresses ; furniture
covered and repaired: lambrequin», draparies
I and window decorations, and all belonging to
the business attended to.
tug 16-tjl.
Del
MARYL AND FARMS
9
FOR SALE,
Csassntsatlr tsMtcd, wear Itatlrwada sad
Rlvsra. Boll gsaarallg gwwd Mid well
lapreesd* Ttnai rsrf rtsaeabl*.
Owner* sail*** Is a*It.
No. 1.— A tract containing two hundred acres,
about Hu of which Is under cultivation. Build
ings small ; timber principally white oak and
chestnut. Very cheap.
No. 2—A farm situated about, two nnd a half
miles from Masseys—the junction of the Kent
Co. and Q. A. nnd K. B * . nnd contains about
two hundred acres, mostly woodland, there be
ing but seventy-five acres arable : would make
good farming and fruit land with proper hand
ling. Price $20.00 per acre.
No. 3—A farm immediately adjoining Mas
sey's Junction, containing 15n acre#, in a high
state of cultivation : splendid three year old
Peach on hard, also Apple orchard and small
fruit; Buildings excellent; This farm will com
pete wi»l*. any in the neighborhood ; produced
20 budiels wheat juir acre this yeur. Pri-e
$100.00 |*er acre.
No. 4.—A farm of 324 acres, located in a
pleasant neighborhood In Queen Anne's Co. Md
within two miles of Millington, a live town
the (J. A. k K B IL, Wing about three hours
ride to Philadelphia, and only three-fourths of a
mile from a point where lime can be delivered
the Railroad . 234 acres of sann* it fine arable
land ; produces from 30 t<> 50 bushels corn nnd
15 to 30 bushels wheat per acre, balance is well
ded with timber, which would pay
fourth of the purchase money. Price $12,000 00.
No. 5.—A tract containing 500 acres, mostly
woodland, about 220 acres of it under cultiva
tion : building# good ; would make an excellent
farm ; will sell at a very low figure, or lease for
ninety-nl
No.fi.— A farm of about 125 acre#, within a
mile of Massey'* Junction, very pleasantly locu
ted, i* under good state of cultivation and well
adapted to the growth of grain and fruit : tbi#
a rnre *-!»•* i. it Ivlongiug to several parties
• anxious to si il.
XO
.-.ir*.
who
, within
tl»«- Kent rounty
No. 7 A farm
miles
f *»2
'* Station.
Il H imnn-diately adjoining the village oM'hes
I about two mil«* from Crumpton,
rv desirable !o
l.atnb
,
*
terville.
the Chester river, making I a
cation the land i
v pro«!u<.-live. Building»,
a good comfor'ahb- Dwelling. Mailing,
also Blacksmith
I Wheelwright i
-..«.••I in tl.* I..WH i'rii * f J
pr. piTl' ..M lor $!'. o'lO i 0.
tinman ,
1 -■'* !»b-a*antl\ i
T .u <" |" r a« t«-. ihi
year* ng«>.
A «p'ond'd farm situat«-d i l < tit half* j
M .nigt.iii, Kent Ct.unty. Md.. on the '
ty. A À K. It It . b« ing about thr*«- In
No M
mil«- !i
ide
from Pmi. * • ■ ; * *. i. t -
u ibu
chard j
•* in Strawber
P- oh
'
high«*» state of cutlivuti
rn! .
ul 1 i « »ring, and ••
buiblitip"* *pl«'tidid ; parti an\ii*iui to sell
*.l health, and
■ induce- j
IT.
count
Thu. is a wry g.
i meuts.
he bought low.
I
No. '.» —A farm of 22'* acre . umn- diat-' v ad
liic T«»wnsetid Brandi
*tl v
joining M«mi
Station;
1 kind *'»il
K R
. fair «tat«- ot t ultiv.itu.ii ;
• tdinary , * %

! wiil be «old very low*.
ï N-. 1 -
! three tinU-a fr**
Ti»wn*«-nd Br
small p it;
A
like * ;
Il U. II tn«»4tly
ih-tr wtoii l make
Baltimore, ami
the
\
I.
il
■•••lient .
would
or, live
j sell cheap
No. II —A fi
ere*, nil r
ibh
farm ol
located in »bum Ann« . C.ointv. M l tht• • and 1
a half no n of Millington, on the A k K ll
i 'hvtter
wharf
it
l thr«*«- mile-* tr*
* river railroad
• than
lim« 1 a* a point
: ! 1 delive
large
halt »nib s
1 ï
-\v . This i* a
buildings .
a ph-a.-i.int ncigbburhood.
Ii .
able place, i
d
Price low
a'« I 24 miles Ci
*' tfr.i*. Mid
i'omprif«-■* 2*»'
■ Station 2
No. 12
! H«
from Md*
within !..r
i a large
rh :
m and alfh.
hedg
»Hy
!
This i
ol will le
■u tie-*
Kt u? « uMiity . a
ol till fine*! f.
sold right.
- ■•itii..!«- 1 mi
V . J :: - Con: tins
Statio
is
ti * Kent
R
:
fr.»
Ch ï *!i r r i vi
t'hfwterti»» n t.i Miilmgt.
fin.ing b«»«*«I.
: 14 fro a '
; ré td trot
e«»mplete
iri." '
■ {»ton.
'
bliildill
.od -t

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f ir— .-r |> «rn.
S « !:■ >2 ICH.
lires* of fall
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K* n*
WASHINGTON COLLEGE,
CIIKSTERTcWN. MARYLAND
I WASIHNCThN f"L
^f^iii: ka( n.TY
1 LECH It
..r prof tt m J Btt F
/, d bv 'll«- »de« ti
. f the S
a pa! Prd W
tl t ti
II /. t 1
U
e Prim ipV.
i»:ant Pro'*
A
»
• v«n»een »ear*. I
it v South » ' «rolit;
»t.i«
Mr It;.«
Mr
the Cnivi
Prof»
/unmetmin
,r- \ „ I'r irt .]■ i'
and Mr I
for
M.
, f th- tt ■•«!*
«dm *t* I .it the I'm' er- ; * V «.f V;. _• !
9 o.ber i
Hn« c
■ •r.i ly known
i. .Ü0. u... M, i.T.i ,
M -, N , ! ut :ii I'lu; ;.!|.
! the Natural .Scienc*-, Moral Phil
.I what, in the
m un r y
The plan «»•' instruct
e- i fui : c,. -
rill ling ( •
l.
..pinion id the Board of \ ' : « '«-ry .mp-r
•ant. • tlntro-agh lùiglish I : «•■ati«.ii if ?h- ■' i
»tu.lv the language«
In i
!r""
. leid ri
nmp! ieIi tin* a P«*ptirat<9 r
ia»di!>h« 1
\. ,
hieh ;
Departtuvni ha# »•
tgh in#trnctiuii will he r;iv«-n in tin
Iriuumar » ir«*g
. a.
j full nnd th.
various English bram hi -2 vi
rjphy. Arbhim t A!--« » ra.
Natural Philosophy t'h« imidry À
' . r branche* >»t learning required to complete r
Engn-h Education
earnest
made by the B*
• the College i< ;»« former «
establish
hich *ha»l secure the • outidvm'
n..t;.rr
»0 'lire. I-1
.« oi
d
«• Imp«* a
i r ;
There 1
*d «ft .ft
dm.
f |»ros. ;
t learning i
*tl!
).«•
the public.
The College will I «* re-npenel
the first «lav of «». t. -.«• next.
EXPENSES—Tt
M«»dern Language*.f 5o ; Engl slit las-d-«
l.wiiffuages $«'.•*, Board, per week.$4. '»0.
>1 of Visitors ■
Wedttes'lay,
1 eiaMics.
n Ettglifth
:
j
or
Mod«
Un behalt of the P»
the
JOS. A WICK ES. Pu K» r.
J AS A PEARCE s f. v.
RICHARD HV S SON.
WM N E W K 'K ES.
WILLI \M S. WALKER
.1 A M ES A.
the
Ft*r fiirll'rr infu. tHÄ'i'i.i H|*| ( iv
I'K.Ud'K, S' rcl.irv, «•|i-»crl..*n. M l
Au», io. is::i-;ii.
di»-1
COAL. COAL. COAL.
selling his best Coal,
the low prices
F 1 1 11E subscriber i
1 which is a prim** at tide
I t»f $*» 75 |M-r ton for Stove size and $5 75 for Nut,
•leinend b» any part »»f Odessa; nr. $6 50 per
tot! f*»r St«»»«* size and $5 50 per ton for Nut at
the wharf—224u Ihs to the ton—Full CASH.
DANIEL STEVENS,
ODESSA. DEI.. I
• ug lfl-3ra*
NOTICE.
indebted to flic late firm of
P ERSONS wlm
JOHN A. REYNOLDS k SONS will please
and j take notice that the remaining unpaid accounts
have all been placed in the hands of John A
Reynolds, who will proceed ut once to rollert
to them unless paid immediately, as thev Lave stood
l«ngenou«b.
■ Aug. 30 If.
K. KF.YNi4l.DS,
S. SJ. REYNÜI.D8.
Drç (goods and (groterirs.
CHEAP
STORE!!
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS
CONSISTING, IN FART, OF
DRY GOODS.
XOTIOXS,
GROCERIES,
BOOTS.
SHOES,
HA TS,
CAPS,
QCEEXSWARE,
MOOD ,(■ WILLOW WARE,
EAST l! EX A- STOXE WARE.
FISH, MEATS,
READY-M ADE
CLOTHING,
fact everything usually kept in a
Ami ii
FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY STORE
All of which wc should be pleased
to have you
CALL A XU EX A MIXE.
XO CHARGE
.
FOR SUOWIXU GOODS
A
' 1 *•
TERMS CASH!!!
J. F. ELIASON,
• CIIKAl* »TORK,
Middletown*, Del.
* apr 27—tf
TO THE PUBLIC.
f J , HE «uh.cTil.
0. Ill* pul.lii- lo his
would call the uttcufiun «»f
Large nnd Well-Selected Stock of
G GODS,
j
'
j
('onsisling in par» of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
j
ef
-, Wood
ol Willow Ware, Kurtheu
l Stone W.t
* % >ue« n.swa
FISH. MEATS. See.
'•ry thing
. • i.tlly kept in a
A ml
.
FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE
1
All of which have b«-«*n s«-)c ted with
FOLD AT ritK'KS
IN .HVGItPANCi: U ITU Tin: TIMES.
purchasing elsewhere
ft Call befot
Ci
:
No CHARGE
FUR SHOWING GOODS.
!
('hoiries r l';ttin:m .1 r.
miI'D i.i; town. dll.
At
apr. 9—tf
NEW STOC K
CP
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
•I to he be so hi at h
Just receive«!
prices
CASH.
3*' O 11
of
LA III LS' 1> H KS S HOODS.
„l.iu -4 ).'» Iu '
«1
Japanese Plaid«
MOURNING GOODS. ,
, It,,'I'll*; 4 VI, ( • V«l M IKI'S
Ciauii: A.2 0 v .V.. I.MI.IU.. .
-
al»
d N« « k-Tie*.
.
, ,
NI I ** N ^
nn.l BOA'S'
READY MADE CLOTHING
i
,
;
d Capri
N«vv .»I y !« - o! Hat- .
Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters, cheap;
800 YAltDS C'A H I* KT IN«»,
I-1 INS. 1'ISTOLS AND CA ItTIU DISKS.
n a nr»w a u k . qc k i:n s \y a hi:.
oi ,;h(k>|.;hiKS. OIL CLOTH 8CITS.
;
i
<. Stimmer Horse
.its. Looking (Ha*
'overs, Lap < 'lotit». La L- »
Childte
ally k« |
(ii
t »\ er«
!
s Ve-Ats,
:
j and al! go.»!«
pO* All buyers n
a country «tore
r«8jH*. tfully invited to give
goo«!# and prie« «.
i
call a nd examine
A.
S H ÖTKPIIKNS .v CO
Middletown. Del.
mar 3—tf.
y
5
5
■c
3
\
! • h
3
I
.
i
! •
per
at
i »
f.
.
r
*
r*
-t
»
m
®
E
?
3
■ii •
:
!
r.
Til K
I j
2
Cltl.KlIK.Trb
I» A B .4 ii O NT
Si

of
A
SlllitT.
I
m
Srei.i for wif-mpaiurrmrnt rirrular.
.! I*. INlIKiHTRK.
m*T '8-tf 410 Mark.t »I. Wilminfton, Dal.
Drij (goods and êroterirs.
BARGAINS!
BARGAINS!!
0
Vnt
Frit
' »;
LARGE STOCK
M
>
i l*.
N
In order to cloM out our
I
or
LADIES'
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
v
I
1
A I IT f IL 1
1 *• I Uil 1 v/1 at
We offtr them at
i
1
12 PER CENT.
to
They comprise u!l tbo
BEST STYLES
J.
ef the <rason,
d those, who want, liars a
chance to buy
At Lower Prices
than have ever been offered before,
,.t€t Picnic ca I! and
>te- k.
atn.i
W. E. MOORE & CO.
ï
MIDDLETOWN. DEL
July 12 9*.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS'
Dry Goods
At SC'OWDIUCK A: MUASn.VS
k of
Ll offer
« ftttr«- .-tut
DUESS coons, f* ASSI M ERES. ('OT
TON Coons LINENS, A ,
AT COST, FOR CASH.
hand L! the !.
-t - ? v I« 2
id make.
.1 luijHirti d wi
ll not !»■ »urp;ft-*d
iu -tuck a full lin
both I«i-nu'-itn- .
of Dr
»•fits that
!f.
other *:«
f. tt e ha i •
W Hl T Iri GOODS,
i*igri-:s. \ K'ToniA lawns, swiss.
N A I NS< M »K CAM IHIH',
LINEN LAWNS LINENS. A«* ,
,
;
The
1 out to
in » id .«•
for ca*li.
h';rh
al» .vr «lesrrtbed g. '-h
mak« room tor fall tr ; !
♦ b
..Id ;
1 Will
A GREAT SACRIFICE.
Th. «>* wanting Snmtm r Dr* c
Call.
1 «
for y «
SCOWDRICK & ZLIASON'S,
/// I H l«>OTS ■>
//AC
(//'.vr/.v/: Kin ai.ims ■..•ci«
II " I// .VA .I.V/4
/;«. I AXD l' K I CCS.
;no/>*
MIDDI.ETuWN, DEL.
July 12 tf.
Sl-:iri! SEE!!
' ' " »/"■ ■ r,u
$1 00.
'HU. b HUS S' Sl.nl.'S, «./
J.AUIFS
/>///.»'
i Mit; r. i mm. r r of r.issnu in:*
txn syi.un: su a b / >*,
t.OMi
mm h a i.v/> m F.irm-'u vrs/./.v,
Woo!, I \n CUTTOS FI I SX FI. S
'/. l.si.UM.y r.tMTIT «S to.
y duel' unir r.utrrr •
5 » Hire \xi> i. H.tr in .{.veer*.
5 /..i/* u 11 m:s .«.v/. in i/ts i u i. a \ tiers
■c t. Mt<;r turnen i.tmKixit class es.
3 isse.itTisu .1 xi> incise,.
r BEADY MADE U LOT 11 IN U,
HATS AND CAPS.
*
r* Abb KIM»8 OF
-t
» ci if o c i-: n i k w.
m ITU. LINK OF
®
Notions, Hardw«are ami Qaeensw«are.
:
Si

jBtt - As g«*nd a S« w ing Machine ns int he
market ; tun« h below the usual prie- every on«
I warranted fur five years, For Sale and to Hire on
easy terms. Liberal discount for cash.
(L VV VV. N A CHAIN.
m
C*ft. ID —If.
fin» fables.
Delaware Rail Road LinAi
Summer Arraagcurnl.
V and after Bdndsjr. Jan«* HUH, IST3. (Mondays *#•
ce|*t»«*i.) Traius will leave a » follow«.
aeasn.
0
seem.
a. b. r b.
S 30 S it
7 24 2 MT
10 10 • U
la no AM
10 .16 7 00
to 46 7
U A0 7
1« &7 7 »
11 07 7 SI
it -r< - a
II M » 01
II HV s 07
It IS « IS
II Aft S 21
11 oo in n.idrtpiita
li 17 du! timor«
a so 11 «4 w: mi a* ton
r, 4# 11 A4 NVw < «*»!•
6 AS 12 0ft 8Utf Hood
7 0 » 121ft Bear,
7 Sft 12 BO Rodney
7 1« 12fto K ik*«"4
7 41 12'.7 Mr 1*1.-«ml
1 04 Middirt«.* n
1 14 T«>wn»ri)«J
I 2ft I» lurk Hot
1 37 flrw?o BpHng
t 4ft l"t*yten
! 3ft Hray rn*. arrtvs 12 10 I K
1 '4 Mr- - I 12 01 S 27
2 0a M orton It « 134
2 ti Itovrr 12 24 # 4«
2 JO VjrMnlnR 12 "*2 * M
2 3V Woi.Uo.lr 12 4«» 0 02
2 41» C*nt«Tl»ury 12 4ft 0 *7
.11» K, tu*»» 12 AO 9 13
3 eft iUrrioftan 1 «7 0 29
.1 1ft t'*n*iti.gtcn 1 IA 0 3«
1 g« 0 49
1 17 10
I J# 10
D«ln*r
S*tifurd
RrM*e ville
(>mn*o.4
Vnt in'n* ton
llarrtnKt
Frit
t'antrrtutfy
Wmdiiilf
Vyomlng
Itnerr
Moor ton
Hrrnfortl
Smyrna
»; rr*-t Spring
i£s?
M Pleasant
Kirkwood
l*. • . y
*«■ R •*»!
N « ••«I«»
«aarv*
Wiimiitplon
1'hiUkda.
/laWt'nnrt
MIXED TRAIN,—Nnrlliv .ird. nitUrarc Pri
nt ~ 45 F. M. ; l-a..rri It.I*.' : .•haiford, 3 43:
llridg. 4 2»; lim nwuo.l, I , Fiirniitigtoir
4.5.', ; linn itiRton, 5 2«: Dover, fi.22 ; t lnytnn,
0.50; Middletown, Î.3». Arriv" it Wiiminjttotj,
!i.00; Philadelphia, 1120: Baltimore, 3.50, I'.
3
: f
T ft«
« . •
It 14
«. 21
« lift
« 29
« 14
* 41
ft Al
V ««9
« Itf
\> •-"»
9 .13
9 41
I
(irrre*t*oMl
9 4 ft
3
T,
3 .11 llririKtrilU
Nnter4
3 Aft IJUirrl
ft 2S I»«ritu»r
V AA
2 12
10 1ft
11 4ft
2 23
ft 1»
1 uft
v
Southward, will leave Phila. at 11.3« P. M.
. 12. 55; New Ca•
Townsend, 2.38 ;
Wyoming, 3 52;
Baltimore. 7 .3«» ; Wilmingt
tie, I 20; Middletown, 2.'.'4 ;
Clavton, .3 05; Dover 3.42
Felton, 4. '»; Harrington. 4 17 : Farmington.
I 51 ; ilreenwood, 5 « ' Hi dgeville, 5.20; Hea
ft»rd, ft.47 l.uurel, «ill l-tlmar, *J 30.
The mixed train will U-run subject to delayf
incident to freight buxine-!*, and will stop only
at «tâtions where time i* given.
NEW CASTLE TRAIN«,
i Leave New Castle tor Wilmington ami Phila
delphia at 7.40 A. M. Leave Philadelphia.
1 12.15 P. M. und Wilmington, i -5 I*. M. t«f
New Castle.
SMYRNA BRANCH TRAINS.
Additional to tho*c above. I« tve Smyrna for
('layton 11 30 A. M.
for "Smyrna 9 40 A. M . and 2.
to make conm-ction with tn
ver, anil Stations south.
1 7 JO !' M. leave Clavton
P. M leave
tu and from Do
CON NE* Til'S.■*
At Townsen«!. with th*- K*-nt County
Anne s k Kent Ilailr«»ad*. At Clayton,
with
<!
with Md and Del It It At Harringt
J. k B It It.
Di-lawar«* It It.
It. It .
At St ub rd. with D«»nester
At I»cltu.tr. with K.utern Shore
I pocom >ke II R
!
I Wicomico
Il V KK.VNKV. H.iprrintt
Maj to -tjr
DEI.A W ARE Dl
l'. If d ll R R
Y IS IO X.
Notice to Fruit Growers.
M »•'..et Tr >in*
N addition to the
r ,.i r . _v an EXTRA I Mid I REICHT
train
; 'h n
g i
"U 1.1
■pled.
IglT
VVii
chcl.
* .mi n
id Ha
I.c.n ing W il.i.ingt.'ti
A M and Hopping
;» 5 7
'J 2tf
y 49
Jo oft
New < t*'ie,
Kirk
Mt P • t*mt,
7 27 M
7 11 Do
« U '
a w
tl--.de.
I y
T -v
IB 29
1«» *4
'! i
:■ jton.ft'rive L
at . "0 P -V ,
55
9 7 lia
II
ill tea
R 9
i»g tu
'ing,
at
.37
•nd.
■ 1
lb
1**1.
T"
VY
.. ;
4M ! Ki
tt
»ruing,
t 'H P> ï*. nit,
r, t-r
7 m
! • v
Mo rto
4
*!*lU*.
Nr'
i.arrive •* 15'
7 tt iltningi
; ton.
. tr* ight l.m
itD -.dent
. del
> I») « t
TC;- ft,.
uk* up p
li M
rd. It
e I-D«
- 2 and ! »iipout.
Ro.d R..!;
Arm
hall b.
ft» injure e
Tit
pf :
t vv \ ork. it is
-h d have their freight
• hour Im fora
!phi.i
tth Phi!
i.lt
*1"
■•era! .**ta : **
h «lue to
t u will h
the
rhenever tht ii
T
• i of tile corn
' Il I KKNNKY
1 tf
iLFor SASSAFRAS RIVER.
t,
nn -'ii . rn
r r
* um»? h< r
s «t
No.
•«day,
■ \ v . »rrivjiij*
r$ P*
g Pi.
■ • \I .!• 1«: :
I
t wharf, liait!
S '.tard
Th
w .11 h«
R '
1 I*.
the alt«-!
it
rg«t
■ k
. hing at
a !
k. 1

'halicruA#. and i
■ g*"tig
; md.
f- •nd'v relation*
Tr.uupr
hnt th«
tt
to hit!»«
tru
ng » «
t t ti
t< r. her patron*.
.• generally.
■tin i u >u of which'
»«est.
TNDIFI*. C»p*.
:
pet|
er be iouint
\\ VI
PEACH TREES
OSAGE GRANGE PLANTS
A S I* KC IA1.TY
hi* friends
choice *»«)t k of
■ i the
rpilE «ti! 2 , r : .»M-r * V«
-1 pu» rii g« MCI a! y a
Y o ti n g Peach Trees,
r 107:« Siitl
bv himself, for the Fall
Spring • : !S7t. I added from the
*
«./
Best Selections
A!#«», a large
! of marke! an«! family vor.
i and fine lot of Osage Oraog
!N«i and « g«ne
HI of w It i- h
.«ii 1 1 pup-hasers.
I would prefer person* wishing to plant)
h Tr* - « hi-fi.p- porch ».'trig elsewhere,
satisfied they w ill be pU-.»-« d.
HENRY CLAYTON,
Mt P l.r AK AKT,
Woo-Ifide Nursery, Aug IT, 7.3. Delaware.
hints fur IIF.DU
i. • .t mu ill fruit plants,
crt«rt«ilWr te
ill be «old
to
I*.
to.
es.
fur I
notice or
Dissoluticn of Partnership.
U,
r PIIF. p«rlu"r»l«ip Iiit. l.'liiri- niMing bpiwren
» «' j..«« *».1 k.«*». j..^.
mg uu U-r tin n » n u of J » 1 N Es .k BRt'THER, is
this day dissolved and ail persons in lebted to
laid firm will «« ttle with Edwin Jones, wrh«» is
the only *»ne that i * ft nth on zed to settle the bin
css «»t 2 , 11.1 firm An ' all persons not comply
iug with this no' u* will he lield responsible fof
nil in«lebudur*i f'llAS. Vv. JONES,
m«v ist, ' 73 - 41 ». edwin junks.
WANTED!
he i
on« 1 ;
on !
want to pitrclinsc n half doien Rood, healthy
CALVES, of two or tlm-e weeks old.
T t Ml BIMIKV,
Kent Middletowg, ^el.
1
If.
Aug.

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