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18 PC»LI*llin XVKUY SXTUMDAY BY
Eilifiird llrynnlds.
TERMS--$ 2 .(H» a I ear, payable in advance.
No paper discontinued until so ordered, except »!
•f 10 lines or less wilt he inserted twice for $ I no.
and IS cent* fur each additional insmfon. Him- ■
»*»• One-half ol a column, .1 month«, ÿis ; 0
month», $ 30 ;
year, $loo. liusim-.«« l/oeals, lu cent» » line for
each insertion. Marriages and Deaths inter (id
free. Obituaries charged for at regular
Using rate«.
I
year, ? 5 u. One column.
Items of News.
Fkrliso is Tiir. 1>KV Good» Trad« —
As »liuwing how little tlie panic ha» I» <|.i
with ilia li'giiimalo lr»de, the Nrw
Bulletin of Siilurtlny hn» the following,
which i» npplicahlo nla<> to other trouble.:
A cureful e.nr... of the dry good»
trade enables us to place befuro our rend
ers tlio views of many of the more protui*
...
tient houses upon the effects likely to re*
•ult from the financial crash in Wall
«treat. On no former occasion have we
«een such unanimity in the trade as re
gards the prospective future, nnd thu leod
Vdk
;
tng merchants express tlio most perfect
cotifidi'ticc in the perfectly touml condi
'
tion of tlie business throughout the conn
try The Wall street panic occurred at a
fortunatu time for the importers and
manufacturers' agents, as the gn at hulk
of their heavy enlc*» have already bn u ac
complished, and thu jobbing trade, m-w
in operation is not likedj to he materially
affected by the Wall street issues
"As an illustration of the slight am- tint
•f importance attach 1 by the tra in t » the
monetary panic, it may he monti-mr 1 that
when the Hews <>f the -u*p n«i ui • t l'i*k
Ac Hatch was received at the ;tueti>«u r ont.«
of Townsend Ac Montant, a largo sah* f
French shawls was in pr*j*r s*. and tlir
bidding became more spirit ! the m »m Mit
the failure was unde known Pry g • • Is
tuen have long r ili/. d t!i fi t that Wall
street Ins long been u.«ing money for
speculative purposes which j » r » j v* r I y be
longed to the légitim ité channels of com
merce. atid the brokers do tot re.

particle of sympathy from the trade ;
the contrary there iv a grtnr.il feeling <1
satisfacti »it at th r prospect «f
paper again meeting with ju«t r • • gmti *ti.
instead of going begging ut r ite«
ranted by the high 4 Mnmiitig f the mer
chants.''
•r.•until»'
Mr
A mo»t distr «sing accident happen I at
Harper'« Kerry » ti Siturday la.-t.
young man nan.a l Allis-n. t g- t!v r with
s oouirtJo named UuiJ, weru luujiug with
the Imuso uf the fallu r
v. an I
\
a load« 1 gun it
Y .-JUS Mud tv » 1
of livid.
Allison fo di-h y jt -o n(< I the gun :»•
lteid's sister. " •* » i» -« I junt •*: j j- • 1 - n tin
porch of h* r I :th r » h it». 1 , w iu-u t!iu gun
went oft. killing her aim «t invtanlly, the
Gist an ce betweeu them being but a few
but 111 'Mit
.
feet. Tito yu»cg lady
novcwtccn years *»f age, and tlii.» terrible
calsmity has cast a shadow over her
parants and family as well
man through whose fu-di>htu.*ss -h • met
her untimely death
the v»ung
Ml
1 '
Pami' Kirr.< r L\b*»u im» 1 nm «n;v.
— In conset|Utfticc * f the ütian**tal •
in New York and the general deprcci'tti«»n
of new railroad «ccuriti*«. orders f r
locomotives fur thr
ont h« ehead at
Kogcrs* locomotive works in CaUet y ti,
S . J . have been caue«l i. and live hun
dred sud eighty-five of the w*>rkm< n w t *•
di 8 chsrg*'d on Tuesday it i* t -at l that
five hundred more may bo di**.h»rg* d at
ike ssni« work» nnd m-rcral huii iud at
tb« Daeford and ut (ho tirant works.
It is stated that the st nm r lmnsid«'*.
which was l*»»t on the lake ut) G rand
Haven, Michigan, a few day« ng ». was
leaky and otherwise unworthy, and a
statement that water went ini * the hat h
frays and put out the lins i* denied by
the second engin er. who say* that the
«rater came up through thu butt-mi.
ihe bodies of the cir • » w i* c 1 which have
foeeja recovered har« he-, u identified by
their friends.
A tflog am from Titusville. J*a , -av*
that intense excitement pt^ vatl.i in th *>:i
x»vcr the discovery in tin* I w«r (iistrictH
<uf a fourth sand rock, which promt-. « to
he more prolitm in the pro la» ti..u *»f pe
troleum than either of thu formerly pro
ducing strata« **f th • s-cmi 1 :iu 1 third
The King of th- San Iwi. ii l.-lan Is has
»rdcrcd hi« minister • -f b r ign »Hairs t »
notify the I tiited States minister that he
is ready to nogotialo a trea'y with the
United States on a basis of the cession t »
ihe latter of l*earl river harbor.
King is said to he daugcrously ill.
Four hundred and fifteen men were dis
charged from Kodg-rs' I« »e »motive Works,
at Fatttrson, N J . *»ti Tburfdnv, mak
ing otio thousand laid t ti this week.or two
thirds of the whole force
All
The
The dwelling uf William (Vouch, near
AYilliamwtou, Kv.. was burn -1 lart week.
Jlis wife and two .children mid uu orpliuu
perished in the flames.
Tho »Stato Department at Washington
has rectiv#d the ainotidcd shipping set of
iircat Hritain rcijuiring in case of collision
It tea one vessel to stund by tin* other
The organization of a Stat - grange .if the
Tairons of Husbandry, in !*• nn-vlvania.
effected at Reading «n Thursday
was
week
N O T I C K.
I offer for sale the follow ing, nt pri* <-s
low their value : .Study and Passage Oil
Cloths, Hook Shelves,
111
A . . ... .
One in very good order, and the other can he
made s*i by a few repairs ;
2 sets of harness,!
1 HuR.SE, I Uunil.K-ll.VIIIIKI, GL'N.
8 ROCKAWAYS.
2 Lounges, and some beautiful picture*, both
gravings and oil paintings, which w ill be
eery low. I haw many other things not neces
sary to enumerate, which will be offered at a cor
responding sacrifice.
JOHN COLLINS Md'ARK,
Id
Rectory of St. Ann's Church.
N. R.—Any gentleman desirous of n«ldinc some
rhoite works to his library, can now have an o
portunitr of doing so, at much less than
fellers' charges.
H:
[nog 10 I*.
(Drain, dumber, <jtfrrd, kt.
r,m <•*»■• »
HARDWARE», AND
General Building Material!
Great Reductions
ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 1st,
I
DISCOUNT OF 10 l'KI! rKST , FOU CASH
1
A large and led «lock nt «nrjirl.lngljr
low price».
we will all
a
On dellterj, or
5 PER CENT . FOR CASH
CUCUMBER M OOD TUMI'S
ln , " , " 1 * discount of • P r [' _for';«*h
oi dcliverv, or :t per rent, for e.i-h winnn thirti
^ frulll * (llll ,. h p„ i.-k- Mfo-Worl.
(consisting o! H.i-h. lb
Within .'today« from date of purchase, on all
kinds of Lumber. Lime, General
Hardware, und tht best
, Blind«. Ac Nails b\ j
the keg. ('enicnt. Plaster, and »II kind» of Paints
ai. d Painters Mat« rial.
extremely j
at the
k of Dry G
but a good
. Hardware,
offe
( >ur stock, which
low r»n s f..r • ash, is not a
out ot »ason, • rout of - \ 1 .\
wslbsclectcd stock of I.umb
And all Kinds of Building Material
Is '
! I
!
' (| ' '
We I ord .ally invite ;
want
w liii li is «Iw.*
nil nix, mn
anything i
pur* h mu; cl* w !.
r or* ours i* ti
in *e 4 Mtn.
■mplate building.

stu< k before j
line to e\:
IK
»t • omplttv ,
-».it-, .--..ra Icof the • i'y i t Wilroltig-j
!
largest
<.
J. 13 . FEN I MORE & CO.
-
npp< s:tk un; i: ü depot mi;»! I.kti»wn.
Detj
An • i tun
t . i '«ur.uvs.
j. tt roAim
FOARD k COM EG VS,
Grain Commissicn Ivlorchants,
,M> wii >'.»:«At
I.LTAtt. IiXftt.CU
Lime, Fertilizers,
)' Lf )l H
1*0 A T,.
MEAL,
FEED,
\C.,
I
A 1 .^ 0 .
AGRICULTURAL .'IMPLEMENTS.
IIAMII-T.'S li::.' : I ; \ I > lin.UN AS..
l'llO.-l-ll.lTK D 1 SII.I..
a:-»* a,
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
. »uit the tij
Which w. • .»
k <•! the times.
'■'y on h ;n■ I.
id for
All kinds . miAl.r
«nV at the -7 w*»' .i*h rates.
15 EST UHANDS 01 ; 11*01 II.
•! - Na
!!
d .»
k* * p ut» h
ti.UMl Hut*
'
lit »
IA 'e
It..* pul li* patr*
. i*\ii»i; t>
JlDLIi
i <TJ. , \( , | | 4 j» VINT t V I 5 KUSIIKS
IIA RDM'ARE.
&
J. B. FENIMORE & CO.
»: Dki-uT,
Oi roMTX
MII>I'1.KT*)WN. 1'ia.AWAlti:,
!
t. KIM»« uf
DlAtt ;ft IS
Lumber and Hardware.
I 5 RK KS. LIME HAIR > ASH. Dt m »RS, «UNI 'S
j
MUCLIUXi;.-*, I'AINTS, Oil..-,
CLASS*, lire KTO.
d all kinds of
f.intlv on ha
C.
M ntorial.
! siiiMin^
January 15 —tf
CRUT (iliOWKl iS,
Attention!
Y facilities for supplying St. n- il >!-•- k,su-di
M
S'-HnNCI IaS,
Tor Maikin»
( - rtlinol t, c 8Ur| ,.
!
L)iaU 10 uJ StatO Stencil I )eDOt,
1 ,
!
miunv CRATKS
AXD
BEACH BASKETS,
• d.
OllDKIl KAHI.Y.
J. E. WORDEN.
■ >
D
SMYRNA, DEL.
Kch 3 , lH 73 -!y
-——
i
N <»T ICI-:.
. •h|h 1 « me tn
71 * 11 K ItglitnrM *»f the tin»-.
I L -luce my huriness to a CASH basis,
cordinglyr have marked a wry thing In my line at
loft figures.
! credits will he limited
ro|| j ^
«**■'• ,o - »»-. ««•
I
30 «lays,
deliverv. a discount of 5 per
K T KYASH
le.
reut, will be
NOTICE!
To His* MsTflmnla of MltldlHow n
ami lhi k Fur in rr a of Ml. (icurgcs
ll«l.un«l xurroiiiidliiR rounlrj.
TTAVINO repaired the break in the
X L 1 uni prepitr***l to grin*l from 2
per day.
Flour and all kinds of MILL FEED
hand.
tepC- 3 t.
mill-dam.
250 to 390
bushels of gr
gtnntlv
II. L-IKIC'II,
Coo.b s Mill. S'c* C'.illt Co , Drl.
Ylotfls, &t.
ODESSA HOTEL,
OnEHi, DELAWARE.
n AVISO recently leased and refurnished this
old established Hotel, I am prepared to nc
comodatr the traveling public nnd permanent
1 er« in good style and at reasonable rales,
will alwais be supplied with choice
wine«, li<|nor*, IoImicco and segnrs.
( ideSM.fi
imink Creek and '»a wide, shady streets,
vicinity in the great peach district, offers special
ad vantage*« as a summer retreat from the heat of
">r- i ' i 'V, ..
Itv stru t attention to business and the comfort
of my guests, I hope to merit a liU-ral share of
ll,c I*hIjH«.- |wlro»«|«. U. K. LIPFINCOTT.
Aug. Id-Bum*.
1
Mv !
Appoquin
iis pleasant location
I its
«
DELAWARE HOUSE,
Opposite the City Hall,
613 Market Street,
Wtt.MIXUT<>N, UKLAWftKR.
ently rcmodrled
well-known Hotel, I
to entertain my flriends
in first-class strie
1 refurnished
prepared
I the public generally
! at reasonable rates.
Having
the a!
Patronage solicited.
NATIONAL HOTEL,
€;i: 0 . W. OHTI.ll»,
Proprietor.
mar 9 dm
Opposite R. II. Depot,
MinilLKTOWV. IIKL.UV \ IlK
\ T
* *
AVING t ik.-n the a*
dl-knuwn house,
frieinU
:
i d to ii' eomtiuidato
first» lass stylo
prep:
I the publie generativ i
.it re.t-ott.ible r t< «
The It i r wUl u'nv.us be *uj.plied with the
idmiccst Wines. f*i(|ttois
Patronage solicited.
1 :
JOHN A MORTON.
PllOI'ßtKtoR.
. I'llihl.
•rlv of tlic Arch >'tri*rl I!
r.
Apr 12
!
!
Iio T E Tj
At TownnonJ, Del.
TOWNSEND HOUSE.
( )X '
N K W
.
i
'! i . nniudate tin
ders
will at all
li>Mn>rs. To
>* ht. 1
:
I bar
.1
titii'-s t
I'm
t,
Hoping b»
t.
atten
merit a
C of lb
liberal, sh.
generally.
JAMI S t . |<i\\ Nr-T.NI».
I J>
e 8 — lv.
I'ropriitor.
]•:. 1 ). 1 i I {( )AV N,
BROWN & GALLIGHER
1 VI 1*011 I ».Its OF
I !\i; p.randies \v:n
GINS. AC
Wli; VT AV ' ::i 1 :;i; " N ' V,,; ^ KV
li.hU.
N 1 ; S . :•::» >
. *. phi;.» !
I
J.
.t'rililiîci;;.
:
FOR IV11 EAT AND GRASS
CSE \ EN Y A It! » MAN! HE
ith a liber »; h.
thi n nsi'ii **i r
11 it
HA L*( ills
RAW BONE SUPER-PHOSPHATE.
It n ill pay w, H c v<
i »t pr* m nt pri- • i of pro*
10TH YEAR OF CONSTANT USE,
QUALITY HIGHLY IMPttOVKD.
ST.\M»ARD W AltlUN I ED To rv»:nv HfYKR
II II 4.11 \ SO\S.
Mam »
!
.«TnltKS
I
JO .S' ,:h h 1
s
j July 12
A C A I { I ) .
w
i ling
'
' I
SOM Hl.i; tMMOM IT 1 . 1 »
SOUTH SU A GUANO,
U l.i !»
i-lvr !u
i »t«- -u|.,
r II. M E.
« ' .it iS.tllllfoi;-
ith
togcilu
ORCHILLA GUANO.
r «holi ho .
1 he .-.. .Ill .^v » mi !
• I cents
NATURAL FERTILIZERS.
nit lirai «oui
'. n l fur
munit»
B. M. RHODES & CO.,
-2 S ! Ill fo i:s;i.! . 15 AI.TI Mt»RE. MD.
for N.
o » l.r m ;; 1 - 'A \tkins
It »ARD à t » » MEG ^ S M !;.,••,.. ..ng.
Spt i;— :. - » . - <.
\
h ' 1 * <! i
, min i » • i <»t •
! * .me lime 1 . ».|b-r it
NEW JERSEY CHEMICAL CO'S
»S l I* EH- 1 * 11 OS 1*11 ATE.
(W.&C.)
Tit A 1*1
It AUK.
7 PIIK N. w J.-r-* v I'b.i:. »I ('urnpanv, hating
L pi- i,-. I tU. u.' .-I in >iiut->. tut iug I li«
I Waltwln k « lark >wp« r-pho.pint«-.
il «-i.-at.le tlieiu
celeb
t », ilitie-t
t*> main
id at the
* »! ; -t .«lui» !•
i :ii
bei»t»»b»ri
large iiii.iutittes are
« oiint ft ill gi» u i.-i i«b
S. M. REYNOLDS, Agent,
MIIMII.KT.lrtN UKI,
\\ !..
del..I a fuir dis
Aug. I ''— '
AKËRMAN & MALMSTEN,
C 1 KNKRA L
Upholstery and Fine Furniture.
\V A R KUDO M S,
No. 211 SHIPLEY Street.
(IX I». It. KKXr's XKW lU'lLDIX'l, )
57 il ni I n g I «in, Drin ware.
Making up and laying of carpet*, matting an*!
oil cloth : spring and hair mattresses: furniture
covered and repaired ; Inmhreuuins. drapa ries
id window decorations, and ail belonging to
the business attended to.
aug 10 —tj 1 .
ileal ©state.
MARYLAND FARMS
FOR SALE,
Convrntrnttx loca(««l.
Hirer*. Holt R«nrrsll)' |o»d suit welt
Imprarrd* Trim« rrr> rtsiusliir.
On »irr» nikilon« tu *rl|.
, wear lt*llrua«l* wn«l
lining two hundred acre«,
1 er cultivation. Ituild- i
incipally white oak
No. 1 . — A tract eon
a bent HU of which is
inys small : timber p
« lu-stliut. Very « heap
No. 2 —A firm situ:
miles from Massei*»—
I K.
d
te>! about two
the junction of the Kent
It .< . and contain» about
».all y woodland, there lu
cre* arable : would make
I with proper hand*
I a half
Co. and Q. A.
two hundred acre*, m
iug but seventy-live n
>1 frn
good farming
ling. Price Sin on p«
ere.
No. 3 . — A farm im nediatdv
sey » Junction, containing 15 >
«Lite of cultivation : splendid three ;
Peach orcb ini, also Apple orchard
fruit: Huilding« excédent: This farm w ill com
pete w ith an» in the neighborhood: pn»lu«ed
2*1 bushels wheat p>r
?loo.ou per acre.
No. 4 .— A farm of 321 acres, located in a
pleasant neighborhood in Queen Anne's ('«*. M l
within two mile* of Millington, alive town
the Q. A . A K II II.. being atout three hours
ride to Philadelphia, and only three-fourth» of a
mile from a point wheie lime « an be » 1 * livt-rcd
the Railroad . 231 a» fis of same is fine arable
land: p, .duos from to to ?*o hn-du-U « i>rn and
I 5 to Im*ti« Î f* wheat per acre, balance Is well
led with timber, which would pav
fourth of t!•.• • i • ;r* h.«-»' I mney.
N . a - A tr.e t coi • lining *- o
Woodland, about acres of it
lion: buildings good : would make
farm ; will Sell at a velrv I
ninety-nine years.
Induing Mas
high
r ol.l
small
Prie
this icur.
f $ 12 ,ooo.no
stly
reg,
ter cultiva
excellent
lease for
thout 125 nere*, within a
v \ farm ol
mile * t M
i s JutlClil
v« rv pie is intli loca*
'
1 well
ted, i
adapted to the growl
id grain and I'm it : this
uigiug to sever.»! parties
dint . e, it la
• anxious to -i
ho
r ;>2
re.«, within two
the K'-nt county
■ : g tin- \ .!! tge of t 'h>\«
t 'ruuiptnn,
• 1 < ir.ilde I«»
v pr In-the. PuiMings
Da• h h Maiding,
•: ith util Whet-!wriglit
the tow
prop- rty »»Id for ^ 10 .t>u 0
N>». 7 - V f.
! t s i i ! • -i <•? Lun!
It. It . i
! tervlIJe. ni:d »I
i , i"ii.
,
.■diattlv
dj
tw.
. the C!„.
i < .»tion : the land i -
I Jr. m. in : also Hindi
• ! .i!l plea«.illt!y In
U '
1 .
A splendid
- ! • ; ; it* ! .»' .-ut half
' 'Unty. Md • il tIt«
three ho'
No 8
K<
Mu ngton.
n A * K. It. It . beii
freu
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t! u
Pluladdpbia :
.
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ordtard
her
hiyl
!
ver.il .
in Sir.
buiMings sphm
<1 : party i
• ot ill lu aNh. and • if.
ell
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THE OLD BANK
«ted, «dmiied
ith nett I lee t'lnnu frrex*m. new
prepared
. newly carftet
II »
cl. fun, *bcl
«tu* k
. A. .
'..Ute» tlolli
furni»li
li«
K.'!-; cm: a m
that will give
Ice «ream turn idled
d d.ivered ft 1 1 III It
for the In.*'*
their
the
tin* 8 *
p »tion
v .V . a:
- I 1
pi,-i.
Mb!»« d i * ! a
FOI X T A I X
SOI) A
Ti kets 3 f*i
in full o|H-rati«»n
25 cents,
13
r
CAKES OF ALL KINDS
S »uppli* »I for parliei« -it short notice
! Foreign and Donu sli * Fruits,
limns in season.
K M. KICK.
Ma.u St. Middletown, Del.
17 —tf.
Ah.
COAL
COAL.
CO.
f 1 T||K e»;l — fiber is now *<-'ling lii-* best Coal.'
J. w liich i* a prim*- article, at the l.»w prices
ot .■?»! 75 per ton for Stove *ir.** and $5 75 for Nut.
y part «if Odessa; or. 50 per
I ; 5 5 «» per ton f»*r Nut :»l
tint wharf —2240 lbs. to the ton—Ft »R CASH.
delivered to
ton for Stove rise
an*!
ries
to
DANIEL gTEVENS,
ODESSA. DEL.
.Ug 10 'ID •
grij ©oodü and (groceries.
CHEAP
STORE!!
IIAS JVST RECEIVED A LARGE AND
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS
CONSISTING, IN PART, OK
DRY noons,
XOTIOXS,
a rock mes,
non rs.
SHOES,
y/.i rs.
CAPS,
QVEEXSWARE,
WOOD A- WILLOW WARE,
EARTIIEX .( STOXE WARE.
FISH, MEATS,
READY-MADE
CLOTHING,
And in fact everything usually kept in a
FIRST-CLASS CODNTRY STORE
All of which we should be pleased
to Imre you
CALL A XI) EX A MIXE.
.VO CUARCE
FOR SUOW /XCJ ROODS
TERMS CASH!!!
J. F. ELIASON,
CtIKAI' hTOItg,
Middletown, Del.
spr 27 —tf
TO THE PUBLIC.
* f 311 E sillriber wtitiUl »rail the attention of
A the public to his
Large and Well-Selected Stock of
G O 0 1 ) 8 ,
Consisting in part of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, I
Shoes. Hats, Hardware,

Qmcniware. W • i .ml Wi!!<
V W,
v. Earthen
Ware.
FISH. MEATS. Sec.
Aril ..
FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE
All of W i;:■ !» li.ilc ' n
dedtftl with
id
sold at I*kicks
IN ACCUUDAN* K WITH THE TIMES.
a -.i I * ! r« j ..r. '..miag rUuvherr
X(l rilAHGK
FOB SHOWING GOODS.
riinrlc 's
r r ; 1 1 1 11 f m
•Tr.
M IDDLKTUWN, DLL.
apr. b—tf
NEW STOCK
•F
SPUING & SUMMER GOODS,
•Id at low prlct
Just rc. o»v«d an -1 tu >
be
I'' O 1 l
CASH.
LA Dl KS' !» BBSS GOODS.
Japanese Plaids
ri low.
id
Mi.ll.ur' vc:
MOURNING- GOODS.
CLOTHS AND OASSIMKKKS,
*
id N*. k-Tics,
MEN'S nnd BOYS'
READY MADE CLOTHING
»
N»-w styles i-: ll.it* and Gaps,
Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters, cheap;
Sim VAllDS CAUl'KTINU,
(iC.NS, PISTOLS AN 1 * CAltTUIl.iiKS.
HAUnWAUi:. (Jl KILNSWAliK,
G HOC KU IKS. OIL (LOTH SLITS,
Looking 1 » 1 *
Summer Horse
i nnd
Gi
Over*.
Lovers I. » p * . . 1 1 » - l.«»l
t Miildr* n s \ » -us.
ally kept ii; it country store
I «II goods
r. »-AM buyers
I examine
respectfully invited to give
goods
a call
«I price«.
8 ll STKPIIKNS .» ('ll.
Middletown, Del.
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PARifiO .7
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SHIRT.
g
Send for sclf-niensurcmrnt circular.
J. P. Dnrr.iiTEN,
may 28-tf 410 Market it. Wilmington, Dal.
fry 6oods and Groceries.
BARGAINS!
BARGAINS!!
lu order to close out our
;
LARGE STOCK
or
LADIES*
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
!
I
We offer them at
A DISCOUNT OF
12 PER CENT.
1
They comprise all the
BEST STYLES
I
• f th« icnioti, and th..<
chancft to buy
who want, har« a
At Lower Prices
(
!
than have C7cr been offered before.
Plea«« rail
id exam.i
stock.
W. H. MOORE & CO.,
July 12 tf.
MI!»DLKT<»\VN I'F.I.
BAEGAII 7 S! BARGAI 1 TS f
a -iiEAT a a « • ii ; r : u r
Dry Goods
AtSCOWDlUCK À KUASOX S
N
«lock
« ill offer . ur « ». • re i
>f Su ni
ck <f
it
, , .1 » • V < < f \| r II I.-C 1 -, IT
«.nnp-.t - I Nl l.lvl. s , I III
,-r g. ...I»
DltKSS
TOX i.O* (|*S. l.IXKXS, A.\,
AT COST. FOR CASH
hau I »!! the I »«♦-*• » -*v!
id limke!»
dv bulll |»..n»i -Î;
tS Out « «I
if l»r.
i d Ini,
■d.
»iirp.t. 4 «ed
1 .
i ulh* r - tor«-. \N <• luv.
k a lull lim
4 .f
il i t i: goo ns.
Su h
i'lyl'K-*. VICTOIIIA I.AWN.'. SWISS
NAINSOOK CAMIIIMO,
I.INKN LAWNS. LINK.NS, ,
Tl
ill In- fold at rv,t
(«eilig . lo%»-d out to
ill bl- sold J
■ ■
-tl
.d
ab,
I, r fall
make :
a GREAT SACRIFICE.
intnig S u mm-r Dress G- .d
Tho
secure gr*-at barg
sell es h!
now
! >• c t.-r v
SCOWDRICK & ELIASON'S
*
MIDDLETOWN DHL.
July 12 tf.
SHE! (SEE!!
HEAVY IinoTS .*r
FIXE
t;i:\rixR Ein <;i.ovfs 50 hi »« $i 00 .
11 <>)ii xs Axn t'liu.niiExs • shoes, a
HARES AXD run' ES,
12 .50
2 25
J.AD/ES IHtl'SS O'oufiS,
I. Mtt; E VARIETY OE CA SSI M EKES,
I.ii.m; AM) Slfl'AltX -'//.« It /.'.
JtRoWX tXD HI EA< 'IIEP Ml SI.IX,
\\<>n/ Axn mrrox f/.axxci.s.
uoon IX o' HA IX CARPET, «
^ t;oon HI ME CARPET.
•;5 rti.
. 17 } rtl.
wn/rt: \\i> i.itAi /-■/ i xht.rs,
I IF IWIIFS AM> RoHSF F.IASKFTZ,
J. I.AKUK Ul'lltl) I.Dt'KIMi li LASSES,
3 ixsLtt rt\>; as/j e/k;isg.
fo READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS.
8 1
ALL KINDS of
rr 4
ç (J ROC- Is R L li* S .
8 Vi IV ^ ^ A
w rt i t. l.l N K «»r
* rr j j rv
^ Notions, Hardware and Queensware.
C
y
?
e
g pO* At good a Sewing Machins os int he
mnrket : much »«slow the iiausI price : every one
warranted for five years, for Sale and to Hire on
easy terms. Liberêl discount for cash.
G W W. N AI DAIS.
Oct l»-l(.
aaa
STime Sablw.
Delaware Rail Road Lint.
rail Arra**eMMrt.
0 V an <1 iSrr tfnnitsjr. S«r|»l. Sfti. 1 W>. (teedsys Mh
e*pt«-«i.) Trates will leave as Ml«*#»:
sorte .
SOSTW.
a. a. »■ ».
in »it
is sa»
it to • a»
it» •»
10 » 7 «
10 41 7 »
• 10 » 7 If
10 47 7 ft
11 07 7 SI
8 7 Cl
*8
» «. e v
1 1 Pt.itmfrlplitw
11 17 HaUimor*
in It wn ».»»»» toe
« 4 « 11 M ?
0 1 » <•& *tat« K<«*d
TC» 19 1 » Bear,
7 si 12 no Rodney
T M 12 50 Kirka.K*l
7 4-1 17 HT Ml . Pteaaaet
7 4 « 1 04 W »ddUlown
7 M 11 « Town»cn«l
8 (13 1 25 lllarkldrd
8 14 1 37 Orrrn Sfrtng
8 *J I 1 4 * Clay t
mil 1 14 Sa*» ma. arrive It 10 t If
It 41 • If
It» IN
It *4 • 4 #
It St • U
It 40 » 0 «
13 4 * • 07
It M • li
1 07 • tf
1 II IN
I» IN
1 S 7 10 «0
1 It It 1 »
IWhaor
! ewrvl
8 *nford
Brldirerlll«
Orwii wo<d
l'Nrnlngto«
llarr Ingtofi
fette«
r*nl.rt»ury
IV y »mins
/A. rer
Sw'Mnn
I! renfort
•*ioyma
nay o n
ii
II w t
Il 4 t si»
11 M • «
1 *.4 Ilr.-nl««r 4
1 On M'X'fton
t If hover
t » rowing
:m Wo(Hl«»i»#
*4 411 Csnurrbury
3 igi Krltun
3 Oft llarrlnstna
3 IS Kanninstoa
3 go iinanvoMl
3 33 Hrlds««ill«
S< *f»id
S U laiurrl
4 » iMwar
•. .M
» II
Crr. n spring
IllMikMrii
• t i
Tarnend
Mt Ptr asnnl
Kirk • •»•4
8 .M
0 IW
9 19
w ■
Ki-tery
ft »3
ft 41
ll-»r
ütalr Road
> Cwtlc
■. as
b 11
ARtlVR
Wilmtnçtan
rtnlada
i if
10 13
11 44
t f
1 06
• 10
MIXED TRAIN,—Northward, wllllcava Dal
at 2 15 P. M. Laurel 3.12 : Sanford, 9.43 r
Bridge ville. 4 20 ; Greenwood, 4 . 40 : Farming to»
• 1 . 55 : Harrington. 5 20 : Dover, 6 34 ; Clayton,
7.21 Middletown. 8 20 . Arrivent Wilmington,
p 55 ; Philadelphia, 1130 : Baltimore, 3 . 50 , P.
M
Southward, will leave Pliihi. at 11.30 P. M.
Rallimote. 7 . 3 «; Wilmington, 12 . 55 : New C*aa«
tie, 1 2 «; Middletown, 2 28 ; Toivnrend, 2 . 45 ,*
Clayton. 3 li Doter 4,00 ; Wyoming, 4 12 »
Felton. 4 . 1 «; Harrington, 5 «5 : Farmington,
•, 17 : Greenwood, 5.32 : Hridgeelllt, 5 50 ; Sea*
ford, ti l 7 ; lomrel, ti 40 ; Ih lriwr. 7.00
The mixed train will be run subject to tW« 7 l
1 w ill slop ouly
inri*l«'nt to freight business,
at stations where time is given.
NEW CASTLE TRAIN'S.
Castle for Wilmington and Phil
.1 6.25 P. M.
I.c«ve N
drlphia at
Leave Wilmington 3 30 A. M., I .'Ft and 8-50 P,
\l. for New Castle.
7 40 . 11 30 A. M.
SMYRNA BRANCf! TRAINS
Additional to those ab«. re. leave Smyrna fog
Clarion II 3 « A. M and 7 35 P M. lenttClatto»
'forMmrna h 4 « AM. and 2.00 P.M., leav»
to make connei tsi-n w ith train« to nad from Do*
1 Stations sm»fb.
ver,
CONNI'.t'TD iV.m.
At T*»wn«enil with the Kent Confff? and
Aune s k Kent Railroads. At Clayton,
1 Dd. It R At Harrington with
.1 k II It It At s.af.rd With Dorereter and
De law-are R !'.. At Del mar. »vitb Eastern Sham
U It . and Wicomico and P«»>-on»okr R. R.
Il V K IA N KV. 8 u|^r 1 oUn*»»aft.
with Md
May 10 —I y
DELA WARE Dl
l' IF .( li. R R
YIS/OX.
Notice te Fruit Growers.
il. r- _• r Market Train»
l \ I !» \ 1 » Ml. Y FREIGHT
• . pa.«*» nger car
- . ' i bH-.n-en V. ••
Mon U » . Jun# td. ' 7 .;.
I
S n.i r-i,
running.
TRA 1 N. Sunday« i-X* ep»- I
attached. wi!J
tningt
I.* », r.g Wilniingt« n a* E A.M. anJ stopping
»».:'. -w* •
•nituem e
1 Harringt
» IT
4 .
New « ' »••!♦,
K.rV«.I.
Mt PI * »nt,
Middittm
C 55 I
0 1 *
9 49
TO 04
I« I»
T« 79
H '. P • n, T« 44
■ Harrington.a*rlvt 10 55
willba 'larriti^tim at 3.00 H. M ,
•loftping at
V
; t; 1 1 *
. nrftf,
' • !» de.
uteri ui
8 I.'. W
s 2 - w;
T.
■ n 1 .
IS'
r • ff.
.
It. turning,
I M
A 3
IVlton,
'■r Kg,
5 51
B ;oi P.lark' ird.
3 t • T<>»» n#ritd,
4 ) I MilUit.mn,
4 J * Mt P • .'i»i*t,
4 {:• Kirkwootf,
. ! r'o.ry,
« 07
e 32
l 44
7 Ilf
7 51
T Wilmington.arrive 8 15
li i .
w,
\V
n»r.
Î
: N,-w « -.»*• ie.
nl,
llreiif*
L'la
S .» u-. t dt-biv« in- but to fp-iifbt businrea.
m ui ': -topi ■ *.»k- up pasftenirere only
\. but «ill l«-ava pnvsengert af
. \ <pt I! ir«*'» t'orner, Staff
«I Dnpnnt.
»ball be mud«*, tu insure con«
I New York, it it
Tl
at »'
mv -tupping |-L
it.-id. Ib.dncv, Armstrong »
! »? pr. nipt
h *h Philadelphia
Mi rent that rbipp-r« should Intvft their freight
»t.turns at l.-uftt one l»our before
i the tn
. dm- to leave,
tnin will l>o withdrawn whenever tha in*
• :!n* uinpauy nquiree t.
1 if II V KENNEY. Sup't.
:
J.
For SASSAFRAS RIVEB.
r TU! MPETEH being now in
• 1 r.will resume her trip* on Sat*
f March. 1 ** 73 , leaving Pier No.
..t wharf. Haiti Hit*!' .-verv T'iv«day,
.i.b.v i»t bj i « . arriving
Returning will lea*#
.» - it - i. m , arriv
hing at ilm-h
S. V I'...ri-.irdi*. Ib it.-r» -m Turner • t'reek, »'aa*
l,i- Shallc tu.-v und l ie.b ricktuwn, going
• i r* turning.
r 1 1 ! i: -
.l cut.'»
5 Liai
at 4 I*, v
lit«- alternate ,1
GoiTvei.
- ~u
ll.iï
■lv fruvt that the friet- Py relation#
\ i s 11 ng t -'»»«* n 'be «team* r Trumf
, t*-r. lier patrons,
•er grow le.-*« : I
\\
hitti*
d tbe pu» !i 4 ■ generally ,
i'm- ; «er |»et nation of a Inch
t-esl.
C*P 4 .
:
er U t<i
»ti» mg nur »eri
\VM (TNDIFr.
mar 1 - ly
PEACH TREES
AND
OSAGE GRANGE PLANTS
A 8 I- KCI A I.T Y.
hit friend« and th#
f|l|!E mi» ic ri»
fiers
pni-li. gem rally a very «de »ice stock of
Young Peach Troes,
bv Itiniudf for tht Fall of 1873 aol
( gro«
Spring of 1 ST», budded frt
the
Best Selections
ofmaiket and famflt varieties A law. a far##
tine lot uf * »sage «»range Plants for IIBDO*
1 IMi
! ,»11 of ft hi* li « ill be «old
1 «uit pur. baser«.
I wow'd prefer persons »t *bing to plant) t#
e.o-h Tree« befor*- pur* Imring elsewharty
satisfied tber »»ill be pleased.
HENRY CLAYTO»,
Mt I'LBAairr,
Woodiide Nursery, Aug. 17 . ' 73 . Delaware.
-I » gvne r al van« * » of small fruit plants,
rms' ioible termt t#
P
1
fur I
üorii i: or
Dissolution of Partnership.
I mg
thin dav dissolved, and all persons indebted tw
! «»id firm will settle with Edwin Jones, wh« is
! the on! v one that I« authorised to sett!# tha b« 4 *
ine«)« of said firm. An 1 all persons «ret coreply
ing with this notice will be held responsible fof
I all imieh ted ness. CHAH. W. J 0 XË 8 ,
May i«t, 75 - 410 . rdwih josw.
rpHF. partnership heretofore existing between
1 . ('hartes W. Jones and Kdwin Jones, work
under «he name o r JilNKfi k HROTHRR, If
I ,
WANTED!
T want to purchase a half dotra good, hanltfif
1 CALVES, of two or three weeks old.
T. C MIUtPHVT,
Near Midul rewa, M.
A«| ll-tl.

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