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s, lumber, çjfffd, *r.
V.B.COX. DAAC »»«,*•
ar.iT/
\ 5L
JUL
Mjr
wines,
itniivk
viciuity
the
By
of
the
MIDDLKTOWN. DEL.,
«■Ail
comnssoir merchants,
in WMIMB use MTTAIt mu* II
COAL, LIME, FLOUR,
FEED. SEEDS,
Oct
FERTILIZERS,
Âfrionltural Implement., to.
Bfft Lehigh and Schuylkill anthracite and Cum
barlanA bBaminoua Caals •* hand
at all timaa.
i„
the
to
Ost 18-tf.
Great Reductions
FOU CASH, IN LUMBER,
HARDWARE. AND
General Building Material!
A largt and well-selected stock at surprisingly
low prices.
O
at
OV AID AFTER SEPTEMBER 1st
'
wc Will allow a
DISCOUNT OF 10 PER CENT., FOR CASH
On delivery, or
6 PER CENT., FUR CASH
Within 30 days from date of purchase, on all
kinds of Luml>«r. Lime. iScncral
Hardware, and the best
GUCUMKER WOOD PUMl'S
in um; und a discount of 5 per cent, for rash
delivery, or 3 per cent, for ensh within thirty
days from date of purchase,on Bricks,Mill-Work,
(consisting ol Sash, Doors, Blind*. Ac.) Nails by
the ko*. Cement, Ffw«u.-r, and all kinda of Paints
•nd Painters Material.
Our stock, which we offcr at these extremely
Iww rales for aaeh, is uot a stuck of Dry hood*
•at of season, or ont of style, but a good and
well-selected sunk of Lumber, Hardware, and
• i
And *11 Kind* of Building Material
dially invite
ay want
We
which is always in
•II who mav cuntcni|*fntc huibBug.
in mir line to eiarumo our stock before
ug els where.
Our* is the l-rgest n
,umn
anything
purchosii
>st complete
•tuck In the Hute, outside of the city of W Urning-
- tom. Give us a call.
J. B. FENIMORE & CO.
OPPOSITETBBB. il. UEPuT, MIDDLETOWN
Aug- 30-3ino«.
t
ÜKLAtLAHS.
WK. A. COUEUYS.
J. 8. rOAEP.
FOARD tc C0MEGYS,
Chain Commission Merchants,
AM» WHO LU A LI AMD RETAIL Dl ALSUS IN
Lime, Fertilizers,
COAL,
FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, Ac..
ALSO,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Sole «frai« for
HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND
PHOSPHATE DRILL.
AI«o tpil« for lb«
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
Wktefc ws can —II oa terms to suit Um tight
of the times.
AU klads of COAL constantly oa hand, and fbr
•Al» it tho very low—t cash rat—.
't.
STANTON RILLS
BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR.
4 u
thytaf anal« Mr ntv »tore oppMite the Na
liatal Rvtrl, ara will «t «II time« keep oe band a
, Ml anvaiy af the »bora «nid««, and bopa, by a
(«kl «Mm to liaalnn«, to merit a «Hare of
Ibapablte patronage [Augso ly.
LUMBBR A HARDWARE.
J. Ù, VntlMORE 4* OO.
pa- 5 m:
■gv,'
—TOWN, DKLAWARK,
V '
k Hardware,
*A*H, 000*8, blotbs
PAINTS, OILS,
■Mt BTC.
.
$otfis, d't.
ODESSA. HOTEL,
IA, DELAWARE.
1«Mrd and —fern trim* this
JUL old MUbllfhod Hotel. I am spared 10 ac*
r—fcedate tho traveling public and j»erma»ent
boarder« la good style and at reasonable rate«.
Mjr bar will always ba supplied with choice
wines, liquors, tobacco and segai-s.
Odrsea/rom its pleasant location on Appoquin
itniivk Creek and its wide, shadr streets, and its
viciuity to the great peach district, offer* special
advantages as a summer retreat from tho heal of
the cities. a ,
By strict attention to burin—• and the comfort
of my guetta, I hope to merit a liberal share of
the publie patronage. B. F. LIPPINCOTT.
nbetit
ings
miles
(Jo.
two
ing
9 good
ling.
toy'«
«tâtd
sissfrir* "
The liar will always l»e supplied with the |
NATIONAL HOTEL
Oppotitr R. R. Drpol,
■ IOUI.KTU IV*. DEttW.tR».
i
d Sega».
JACKSON Bill A NT,
choicest Wine*, Liquors
Patronage solicited.
;
Phoprirtor,
Formerly of Dari*' Hotel, Phila, the
Oct ll-6m ride
_____ _____ n ... j mile
___ A --- e srmswm the
DELAWARE HOUSE, | n
Opposite Ilia City Hall,
513 Market Street,
WILMINOTn*, URt.AWVRI.
-
IS
tion
.1 rrfurnirlird j
prrpnrnl
d Ihr pqbllc p nirally '
i„ loi ,fvie ittid at ronwiial/le raU-,. ; n/ile
P.lroimm lolk-lted. I»d,
I
is
Haring recently remodt-lcl
the above well-known Ilote!, I
to entertain mr friends
LEO.W. ORTMI*.
Proprietor.
mar 8-Cm
NEW HOTEL
At Townsend, Del.
It
I the
!
TOWNSEND HOUSE,
VRK June 1st. 1872. will accommodate the
travelling public and permanent boarder*
The bar will nt all
iues, liquors, To- j *
O
at very reasonable rate*
Unies bt stocked w ith choice
and Scgars.
Hoping bv strict
liberal, snare of the p
'
a»«tc.. „ _
attention to business to uArit n
blic patronage generally. I V
JAMBS C. TOWNSEND, '
Proprietor,
in
..*< i
June 8—ly.
E. D. BROWN,
fifciTuton ro
he
i
j R.
!
BROWN Sc GALLIGHER
iMruarF.itB or
FINE BRAND! EH, WINKS, Cl NS, AC.
a * j) next, nan tv
RYE, WHEAT, AND BOUIUION WII1BKEY,
I
No. 11 South 1Mb Street, Philadelphia.
Jan 29— y __
!.•
I
I
i
I a
.t'crtilUrrii.
il
CAItE.
1
I
re in recommending to old d
patrons our
YT7E take plensu
v v friends and t
soiiimt: a mnon i ated
SOUTH SEA GUANO,
; a
Which is prepared under the immediate super- ;
vision of our Mr. II. M. Rhodes at Baltimore on/y, |
_I
NATURAL FERTILIZERS,
, , . ,
Deserve the attention of the -agricultural coin
munity. Heml for circulars. |
B. M. RHODES h CO.,
83 SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
Agents for New Castle Oounty :
COLUMBUS WATKINS, Onuses,
FOARD k COMBOYS, MiDtarTow*.
Sept 6—3mos.
together with the
ORCHILLA GUANO,
(for which we are agents.) The South Sea and
Orchilia Huanos being
i
NEW JERSEY CHEMICAL CO'S

SrPFIl-r 1IOSPI1 ATE. i
UM«-r HUÎVt MA 1
r p \
\ VV • Uu v,/ MARK«
TRADE
T HE New Jenu-y Chi-mieal Company, h»»lmt
nurrhmi-d the ri«lit or iimn«f»riurlii« ll.e |
rdehrnled Wnttiun k rlnrk Niiper-Pli".ph«ie, I
their superior facilities will enable them t o ma'
tain its |»ast standard in every resjiect.and at the
same time to offer it on more satisfactory terms
than heretofore.
When large quantities are ordered a fair di
count will be given for cash.
S. M. REYNOLDS, Agent,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
I
fbr
Aug. 1(1—3tno.
i
,
M. E. DICKSON,
No. 33) SOl'TI! EIGHTH STREET,
PMlfcADH>PHlA,
DIAL«« III
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
SOLID STERLING
Silver and Plated Ware
Suiuble for nolidv HrcMnU.
N. B.—FI«« «election of II Kt. Wedding Ring«
on Hand.
Gold, surer »«d Steel Spectoclc« to «uil »II
ogee.
Dm. 16—tf
Na
a
a
of
ly.
OO.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NO
TICE.
I bars this day associat'd wllh me in hosiaess.
Messrs. F. 8. Co« aad Isaae Jones. Jr., and
Iba basinsa will baraafler ba conducted under
tba le« aune of K. T. KVASS # CO.
I solicit fbr tb* now new Arm a coniiouaac* of
ganeraus patronage that bas bran hem
tofbra .stand—I to myself. B. T. RV ANS.
■Udlolowa, Del. Get. 15, 1113.
««Tree.
Calling attntloa to tbs abort change In my
b mlnsm, I mas! rraasst nil pan Ira indebted to
rosaäwir.fss""-'"
*. T. IVAMS.
tm

FQ01DBY
lirai ©state.
MARYLAND FARMS
FOR SALE,
ir Railroads
Hirers. Sail grise rail y gawd and
■111
•mprared* Terms rery reas
Owners anxIons ta sett*
No. 1.—A tract containing two hundred «
nbetit 80 of which is under cultivation. II
ings «mall : timber principally white oak
chestnut. Very cheap.
No. 2—A farm sitnafrd nbont two and 1
miles from llasaer*—the junction of the
(Jo. and Q. A. and K. R*«., and contain«
two hundred acre*, mostly woodland, the
ing but seventy-five erre» arable : would
good farming and fruit land with proper hand
ling. Price $20.00 per acre.
No. 3.—A farm immediately adjoining
toy'« Junction, containing 130 acre«, in a
«tâtd of cultivation : splendid three yea
.
5100.00 per acre.
No. 4.—A farm of 324 acre*, located I'm a
•'* Col. Md.
ulld
and
half
Kent
bout
he
nke
all
hiftlt
old
hVhlA«! neighborhood in (Juecn A
within two mile* or Millington, a live to
the Q. A. k K. K R., being about three
ride to Philadelphia,
mile from a puint where lime can be deli
the lUllroad. 234 acres of same is fine nlraMe
| n nd : produces from 30 to So bc-l.el*
murs
-fourthi of a
1 nnlv th
i
ii well
IS to 30 bushels wheat |h
wooded
fourth of the purchase
No. 5.—A tract containing !ino acres, nl.
220 acre» of it under cult
nke a
with timber, which would
•ay
arc
Price $12.
1 . 00 .
mey.
•tly
woodland, abo
« -lient
tion : building* good ; would
j : ''.i 11 a vrr - r luw
nme'y-uine yr»r».
' .Vo. 0.—A fnrm of abo«t 12S »rrr». williin «
; n/ile of Miirsrj » Jum-tlon, very l'1/..imitly Im'.i
I»d, U nndrr Rood Mai, of i>ill!v»li.
I «d«pt*d toilio (rowth of »min «Md rum tmi
is a rare chance, it bi louging to several plirtin»
who
dl well
anxious to sell.
No. 7.—A farm of 02 acre*, within
Station, on the Kent ci
H
iii
mites of Lat
It It . immediately adjoining the village of
terville,
•!».*
mil«*« I
Crumptc
d about t
. making it a very dcsiral
r lo
litigs
I the Chester riv
. Mm!
! ration; the land is verv produrti
a good comfortable Pwtelllng. Stil
Ornnarv : also Blacksmith and NVheelw
shop, all pleasantly located in the town.
«7o.no |H-r acre. This property sold for
right
nfm
j * • ' ®
I.UUU
ON
No 8.—A splendid farm situate! about
. Md.,
re lioun
half- 1
i the I
ride 1
mile from Millington. !»■•
I V A k K. II. It., being ab«.ut tin
from Philadelphia ; • mtaln« 2''o
highest state
in full bearing, and *
t o
tho
ird !
Il
b
•h
ol cults
i„. r .
Hr
ii
; buildings sph udid ; party
'
is n very gem of a place,
an I ca
Mils.
he bought low.
ad
liatel
■nd lb
. i
No. f» —A farm nf 220
i joining Morris' Station: »>
j R. It : is good, kind soil.
fair *tnte of cultivati
! will be
the Tc
uvtly arabl-, in !
buildings ordinary ;
Id very low.
In Dein
No. 10 —A tract of 300
three mile* from \
the
dike's
t,i«vn-.-«4 Hkim.Ii II. I! . t
; would
llrnt
in Baltimore, and Would
ak
imiuk
:
I small portion
!.•
I -ell ih cup.
of
fatm of 3*0 acres, all nibble,
e's Countr. M«l. ihre
the A. k
wharf on «
A Ii
I No. 11
i located ii
I a half
ill«
I
n A
K. R '•
'liester : R
not j the
r c ,. ; il.-,
• rv > the
Millington,
miles ft
river: railroad will deli
t t!
il
tiles illot.
half
hard : buildings
able place, i
t ;
tli
1
. This is
it lu-ighl'orllioud. :
I
h
A*-4
d
a pleas.
cd.
, , , , - i, in
No. 12 —Comprises 250 acres, located 2j|milcs , R|1
from ai'Kiun Irmn ">>'I 10
itliin three milts from uavigation and a It hough i
foot waste land tin it :
hcilge fence ;
This i« «me
Price low.
i
! t 1
; a large farm ha* nnt o
; buildings complete; mostly
| bas a young orchard of Shoo tre
of the finest farms iu Kent county, and wi|l Le
sold right.
No. 13—Contain* 340 ner.s. situated 3 mile*
the Kent Co. I
Chester riv«-r, and <
road from Chestertown to Millington : bull
rompi,i.-. r.-«. «".>.1. »«.i i»n.t in co."i
of cultivation ; usual crop «»f co
p r j re c .t . M . r licrc j.- or further partitulat
|
:
i:
from Lanins«
Stal*
i the '
| nt ., I th«.*
!e i to
,,-b i 1874.
« made
1| from Crumpton.
Stil
is 3.000
JS. W. ROYER,
MasskykL
Kent CdttUty, Md. j
i
tî y »i«n« «r « .l.-.TT, of 'lip ÇIrruil Con*! tor
Kent rom.tr, ..tnt,g »> » « oort of E. ml»,
i llu ' uu.Ur».B.'«-.i Truro-' , will "Hrr «I I uu»' |
ftt , h . Moirl of JulinMrfor.1, >n ll.r r l.. P r
of Massey s Cross Roads, tu Kent county, Mary- |
Ittnd, on
mar 3-Gm
Trustee's Sale.
H
p
of
SATURDAY,
| _ _ T J
I Tll6 22d uaV 01 NOVember,
a
(
«
o'clock. À. M.,
1873, at 1
LA
Ih.
ND
ALL THAT PARCEL OF
I situated, lying and being in Kent county. v )l*ry- :
land of w'hh h th« late John B. Morton died
seised, called the "Forrest Farm,'
CONTAINING 234 ACRES,
i more or less, and which is particularly drscjribsd
, in a Heed from Benedict Craddock to Jojin II.
Morton, dated June 10, 1833, and duly
among the Us«l Records for Kent county
said.
This farm is situated near Morris' Statioh, on
the Townsend Branch Railroad, which | runs
through a part of the land.
ol
»II
irdtd
iforo
About 60 Acres are Arable
l»*nd and the balance is in Y^UNG
WOOD. There are two small TKN
MF.» NT HOUSES on the farm, which MM|k|
is now occupied hy Mr. Jehn Brown. JfcggpllB»
TERMS.—The ternis of sale as prescribed J>y the
Perree are—One third of the purchase
cash on the day of sale, or on the rati
thereof; one other third part in twelve i
•nd tbe remainder in twenty-four months! from
y or sate ; tue crcoii payment» io br4r in
from the day of sale, and to bo sec ured by
the bond of the purchaser or purchasers, with a
surety or sureties to be approved hy the Trustee.
E. F. PERKINS, Tb
C het 1er to
•tion
ntlia,
and
1
Md.
1.1. Main, Aact.
of
hem
my
to
NOTICE.
The Creditors of the lata Job* R. Morte
harehy aollled to lie their claim», wll
Touchera thereof, in tba Clerk's office of th
call Coort Ibe Kent county, within four n
from the day or tale. B. F. PERKI
No*. 1, 1813—Ida.
art
Ibe
Cir
Ihs
, FOR RENT.
A good t om* » .M s Dwdllag-Honm on I
A «tract, Xlddlstown, Del., adjolalag tha
Mhawof the rabacrihsr. Tbs bonw Em la
■wd few! Pnmp ifTwish ■
MdmmM.JMkMg tbOJ-JJ-JF^
1 - 9 «.
Wlmtngtmi ^drcrtisrmmts.
The Special Announcement below reffen to both our
O. WORRELL.
Carpet and Dry Goods Stores.
Dry Goods—820 «ft 822 MARKET ST.,
Carpet Store—220 «ft 222 MARKET ST.
r (old stand.)
Special Announcement.
II
The lato financial panic, having materially *• reduced values
all classes of merchandise, enabled our house to
m
PURCHASE FOR CASH,
As our settled policy has
we usk the Closest Com
cheaper lines than we have for years,
always been to " Protect our Customers,"
parison of our Stocks and prices with any or all others. Our goods
a
suited to all classes, and to those in waut wo say
arc
.
BUY ÜSTOAV.
«
Octodkr UOrii, 1873.
228 E. MOORE, 228
Manufacturer of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
A LAHUE ASSORTMENT OF
fall and winter clothing,
ON HAND, MADE IT IN THE LATEST STYLE AND BEST MANNER
also, a great VARIETY of
1
I
1
«lorSvoi-k.
PIECE GOODS, for Or
228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del.
tho
ird !
r . Apr 2*i—ly
ii
Register' n (Orders.
Jrtcgister's Order.
REtiLSTEH «S OFFICE.
New Castle County, Oct. 10th, 1873
of William W. Thomas,
Cpon the appiicat
luiiiiistrator of John Th
ulred i__ HI
d directed by the Register that the Ad
it the gr.iutiug
the Estate ol
of granting theieof.
to le posted within
of sut h leitet» in *ix of
tv of Near Cas
as. late of Appoquin
•d : it is
said Co
imiuk I!
ordered
in»nistr*tor aleresaid. give
■t* of Administration upo
of
ased. with the d.
ill«
g advrrtiscnicti
y days from the dt
most public places
The
'•
: R
j the
; il.-, rcipii
> the Lut it
of theC
It
ur abide by
nt the
:
id
» I
nd
ich
A*-4 of As
ly
ih-
»» I ted
cd. And also iau«e the*.
in the same ptrlod in the Miditstown Tmaxs
, R|1 . f ntWf|m| ^ r p„blUhod in Middle! »wu.and
10 |, c lunliniu-J ihm
i
nt
Miths
liivtti under thu hand :i
i i fice of the Register aforesaid, at New
! t 1 • s j Cast)«, in New Castle County aforesaid,
the day nud year above
B. til BBS. lUgistsr.
riitcu.
at
NOTICE.
' All persons having claims against the Ksta'eof
I th«.* de«'case«l must present the same duly attested
i to the Administrator on «*r before tutober loth
i 1874. or abide the Act of Assembly in such eggv
made and provided. WM. W. THOMAS,
A«iwn«—Xurih Gui, va. A'lmmiitrsirr.
Uct li-2mot
kef*
call
j
Register's Order.
RBUISTEU S OFFICE,
Ktw Castle C
Upon the applicali
DEO RIFT and MARTIN K. V» ALKKIi. Adminis
trators of Jacob A. Vaadegrift.late of 8t.Georges
thTllmt ihl'Admlm*
ij, nut[ „ ,1,, K r.ntln K of
| 0 , Admlnl.lrnllon u|ion ihr IU».l. "I ihr
iicvnKi wllh lbc uf ,l„rrol. hy
|
ty, Srpl. 39lti, 1873.
of MATILDA M. VAB
d« rt d
H
using advertisements to I «* |x»sted. within forty
h h-tterr, in six of the 4
ntv of New Ca»«le
days from the date uf
most publie place* of the C«
p «(uuiug all ja-tsons lm\ mg deuiands against the
Fatale to present the same, or abide
of Assembly in such case made
«1 also, ci
Ac
ide«l ;
to be iiiM-r :•■«!, within
d P
the «•»
period, iu the Midulktow* Tha8sciiii*t,
a ticwspaiwr published in Middletown, anil to be
continued therein two months.
. (liven under the hand and seal of Of- __
( L. ». \flra uf Ih* lùyl.ier »lorf.'ild, »I Now
« —^ » Custlo, in Now Ca.ilc Caaoly «foroiuid,
Ih. •"
:
(
the day und year above written.
H. GIBBS, Register.
NOTICE.
All p*r««n. having claim, nffninat lb. Eslftlc
ol III. >lc< iMM-tl mu.t prraent lbc aanic duly ai
tMti-d la lbc Adiuiulairaiar, uu ur btfurc Sept.
29lh, 1814, or abide the Acl of Auembly in auch
cm« made and provided.
MATILDA M VANDEGRIFT,
M. E. WALKER,
Admtmtlraiort.
Oct 4-2m
Itegistei*'« Order.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
Narr I'jutlr County, September 2d, 1813.
U pen the application of Edward W. lowkwood,
Adminliirmur of Curlia Cordrayi decenacd ;
it ia ordered and directed hy Ibe RegUter that
Ike Admlniatrator nforeanid. glee nntlee of the
gran ling of Utter« or Administration upon Iba
Galale of tbe démuni, wllh Ibe date of granting
thereof, by raualng »drerii«emenl» to be poaled,
within forty day* rrom the date of «uch Leiten,
in all of Iba moat public places of the County or
NtwCamle requlriag all pmon« having demanda
against tbe Estate, lo present tlte him, or abide
by in Act of Aseembly in such cate made aad
pro sided. And »too cause tbe »emo to be laaerl
ed within the «amu period In tha Mmnunrowa
TaAnaoairra newspaper published in Middletown '
and to bo conlinood therein two months. j
» B Gtrcn under tbs hand and Seal of OSes
jofths Key later albrcaaid, at Haw Outte |
ly aAsraeald, tha dayaod »0 «
the
in
by
a
Md.
art
Ibe
Cir
Ihs
NOTICE.—All persons baring daim» against
« Fatale of tbe drammed must g nasa l tho same
duly nitrated to tlm Admlniatrator oa or
September 2d, 1ST«, or abide aa Aelof Amembly
la stich raw made aad wadded.
EDWARD W. LOCKWOOD,
Sept 13-tm.
Administrator.
ara as a .- E vLI
■IWQIWIOWW, U*l.
day I AgeaM wanted,
dames of working
5™
of
—X, yo**f —
Ibr *• la met?
i Hww -Sm . MdMÿ fehtTSr " KZtoi
.It-iy * i CSwi , Äd»a.
FDBNITURE.
UNDERTAKING.
UPHOLSTERING.
C
teed.
n to the
The undersigned rc«|»ectfullv
sof Middle!ow
larg
st*.« k ut b.ui«butue
it ii • 1 C init V ilia
ell .selected
!
ID.
*1 durable
Walnut and Other Furniture,
ash. Buying
su red that he
«I* can be bought
will be
y cheap fo
nsh rates lie l«-cls
r arf the s.
y Ing of him p
u their good* from the city.
r«.sl to alt* t> I to
which he will sell
nt wholesah
W
:
!
_ By hu
saved the fr< ight o
H« is also prepai
tiidertiikliiR Work
il in a manner excelled by
ishing Metallic or Wooden Cas
Cascs wilt find it to Iheir advantage to
him. He has. aUo,
at short notice,
one. Persons
. _ M
OU-lirntrd C urp.p FreerVcr,
The Corpse may be dreneed in the finest fabric*
he seen nt all limes)
nothing but dry'cold air enters the Casket.
UEO RGB W. WILSON,
Practical Cabinet Maker nod Undertaker,
Kob l-12
kef*
call
TAILOR & SON S
«I n«it be soiled, (and «•
lliildlclown l)rl.
m
'-f
4
N.
•f , .
tits.
V
: ;ù
__ ....... ,
Th»»*ly R»ll»lil«UID DUIrlbullou la lb«country
000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS ! !
TO BB niSTIIIUl'TKD IX
L. 3D. SINE'S
I64lh REGULAR MOSTIII.Y
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To bg drawn Monday, Nor. 24th, 1873.
ONE GRAND CASH PRIZE OF
$5.000 IN GOLD.
Gif
«se
;
jooo Gold and Sileer Urer Hunting W*tche«
(in all,) worth from fU to $800 each ;
Coin Sileer Vent Chain«, Double-plated Sil
rer-wara. Jewelry, Ac. kt.
Numtier Gift«, 10.000 Tlckela Limited to 15,000.
pW Agent« Wanted to aellTiclMt*, to whom
or Liberal Ipemlnme will be p«ld. Single Tickets
*1.00 : 81« TlrkeU $S.OO ; Tw«lro Tickets $10 ;
Twenly-Are Ticket» *20.00.
Circulera containing a full Hat of prina, a de
»cripliuo of tha manner of drawing, nod
infonnaUoo la raSrtnea to tbe Dlatributloa, will
' be neat to any on ordering than. AH lellera
j must bo addra
pal* OPMOB,
| , 0 , w nnH 8t .
«- Ort. I l-ly.
serai
Greenbacks I
L. D. BINE, Box 86,
CINCINNATI, 0.
j. o. nerr.
sont nx.
COCHRAN, NIX * CO.,
SL_ ■* .
HommiffiSiO& g^taronaata,
I!S
PKUIT 8 AHD PJB 0 DÜCB,
Ja a. 4—ly.
f dirai, *c.
$$*'* Hr> ^
y Tmmmrtr «*r> V "
SK \BLT.H«lmboId / i
&
W 0
TltAJDlQ
MARK.
Iron.
the
with
food.
of
by
a
by
, KEARNEY'M
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
I. i!,- Un.i.n llrmrdjr fur IWpbC. Di
ra..- a. il lu. curl erery ta«* "f Ill
,1 I,., l,Jn fl' < i Irrll.llon .if thnNeek
or Imt li:«a.lor an,I Intommallnn of Ihr Kl^rj«.
decrnlIon of the Kidney. anil Blralilrr. II. ion
tion of I'rtin", III..«»'« of III.. PruaSele /..anil,
»Inn. III tho tlUuldrr llaarrl Itrtek Do«l l>'T".lt.
ami Mill 'l l, oi Milky |i|.rlu.ri:o, ami |or
feaMud ami Hi'llralol'nii.lltulloo.of hoik Mala*
alMi.I.il ni'h Ilia followlliL. ymiitoa-.: l.oaa
of IMior. Ir-. of Memory. Kintouhj ft Breath
Inc Wink Nr.Wakefnllii—•. rain In Ibe
flni-k, Kln.hlmr of lha llodv. Kninllnn on tin-1 «»,
fulll.ll'i.ini -I, nur-. |ai«fim .• ..I tin"Myi.m.
, .III hr praam» In Ilia tlir.lmi ■ r
pfr; after couitnrment ur UUr p*lt
tf In *Sianv nffM : th»ns peculiar to Indies, »h«* Ki
rn t H-if tiu U nmqnaM by any other nmmljr-«
A4 luChlprueU t.r Hetcntlon. Irrcgnisrtty. 1 sin*
I ill.«— « r:
T irersted
rorrtu.a «r White. Ft .dll
plaint* Incident t«» ih«' »«
extcn»lv* ly 1-y tho u
pnff'.'i.iffl
cure
. hange of
LbtC-WCt*
11
1
•in.,
Uu
ion 11
t th- t
. end f
It U
Phyilci
it dvllcate tonstitn*
Irni
nil cow
irthFd
Riui
MMwtvc« f.
\ *11 ages.
KKtnvrtM liXIBAfT MCCIir,
« 4• l*.n7 ftttn IrnffTMtimcdd.
Its .ft i:t <-. In all their *W«v*. *t
*nc- In die*, no m
«•i* a fre
I gives etr.ncih to. urtnnie
nviug OlUtru: «n*. I*r« vt iilluL* ««*1
frf8trl.tttr.-4 Vf the t rethm. Allaying Pain
*mt |i?fl*mmsfl .n. .o frequent In «hlstUiM of dis
cus.-.. andcx|H-Utug all put rouous n.attcr.
KKAHltGI'l BXTUACT
erui-sl.ly^-rr»^,' A ] n'j'oUlMllf St. N v.
\ all letter* Jot lnform«.t*ou *aouia no
.
n Mi* i f in
ltd
im
:
It
; i
qneut dsstr»-.
thereby
Sutdrcpf.d.
Feb 8 -ly
FRANCIS DUGGAN.
St. Georges, Del.
MANt rArrcRKii or
a
C A R R I A G E S
OF AM. KINHS.
CO
a neat and sul stantiul man- q
Repairing done it
0
3
Patron.ice solicited, and satisfacti
gaaraa
X
o
teed.
the
J««.. 7-ly.
-J
ml
ID. !.. DUNNING, j
3
1000 pities of
retired *»i
Having just
he
be
PAPER, *
W A. Ta L
id Phils prie*«.
Offers them at New York
Also,
Dr.
cliuice lot of
SATIN PAPER.
by
to
Suitable f«>r Halls, Parlors and Dining Rooms.
CALL AN» EXAMINE,
STOCK CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
BRACKETS, WALL POCKETS,
'rything connected with that
Also, a superior line of
FRAMES, and
Hue.
STATIONERY, MONOGRAMS,
l)rl.
AM» MOUUBINd PAPEIt.
BLANK & MEMORANDUM BOOKS
OK ALL !»E»( KIPTtOSIS.
sept. 27-Mtii.
TllO.1l I» .11A KM ICY, Jit.
CLOCK ANl> WATCH MAKER,
Nala Kirret, uext iloor tu Mallaual Hotel
JlitUllcioiTti, Ih-lawnrf
&L
.
C LOCKS, Wa tch—» Jtwlry, Ac. neatly and
promptly repare»!.
Always on hantl and for sale. C1o« ks, Watches,
Plated Ware, Forks, i4|H>ons. Silver Napktn
Ring*, Silver Thimbles, Salt, Sugar and Tea
Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold lirwst-Pins, Ear
Rings, Finger-Rings, .sleeve Buttons. Watch
Chains. Watch Keys, Key Ring*, Steel Watch
Chains, Ac.
! !
OF
AUE8T FOR
De nx.vrs SPECTACLES.
Dra. 1»— If.
Write for large Uluitrated Prioe-Liit
ii'i'ii' -
WESTON
IStas
W*tche«
Sil
15,000.
whom
Tickets
$10 ;
a de
will
lellera
m
PITTBBÜICM Wk
^WIVPI
Brercb-loadinff Bliot Gqbs $40 to $300. Dou
ble Shot Guns, #8 to $150. Hingle Guns, $3 to
$20. Rifles, $8 to $75. Revolvers, $0 to $25.
Pistols, $1 to $8. Gun Material. Fishing Tackle.
Large discount to dealers orduhs. Army guns,
revolvers, Ac., bought or traded for. Goods sent
by espre— C.O.D. to be « xamiecd before paid for.
I
MIDDLETOW ACADEMY.
rint-OUUM Boarding ass4 Day
•classai.
Fall Term opens Sept 8th,'73.
For fhll bformatkn relating to tb. school,and
for n catalogue.
86,
0.
HUDSON A. WOOP ^A . ». ^
Middletown,'Del.
July 8-tf.
nerr.
To th© Public.
T H* mdentgnsd rtsgseifolly Infbrms tho cil
laens of Nlddtotown aad elclal
with eacellenl
. VSXsrst—ue.
kinds ofhdlngat moderate rates. Proprietor*
of hotels and bmmekeepen will Aral It to t|wir
ad ra a tags to gilt Him,» call. Coal and lornber
hanted at short« «! nolle* Order, for ban.g*
Offi'W, win re
tion.
__gj heUllaihaé foe nh
^WM^f. WILSON. '
of
w. 0.-15 am
Jan. «— If.
PeM. _
Iron in the Blood
1 tLi:;»
^SvruP
MAKES THE WEAK STROM.
Iron. is m combined w to pM
the character of an aliment, am
coolly digested ami asst mtlute d
with the blood no Ike simple W»
food. It I nerra tec the quantity
of nature's Own fltallsing
Agent. Iron in the blood,.»nd
••a thousand lUt," slmpig
by Toning up. Invigorating and
Vitalising the System. The en
riched and vitalised Wood per
meates every part of the body,
repairing damages ami waste,
searching out morbid seers
tlons, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This Is Ihr secret of the Won
derful snceess of this remedy in
curing D;ipc|win, Liver Com
plaint, Drop»}', Chronic Dim
rha>a, Bull». Nerv ou» Affection»,
Chili» mul Fever», Humor*,
Lok» of Constitutional Vlffor,
DIm-ono» of tho Kidney* and
Bhuhlcr, Female < '«inplaint*,
anil all diseases originating I»
a bad state of the laaoil, or ac—
eompanleil by debility or a lout
state of the system. Bring fro*
from Alcohol, In any form, ils
energizing effects are not fol
lowed bu corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, rigor, anil neuf
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. .
Thousands hare been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly , suffering créa
tures. to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women ; ami
inralltls cannot reasonably hes
itate to glee it it trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown In the glass,
rainpliluta Froo.
SETH W. FOWLE k SONS, Proprietor»,
cure g
I
\
.Ko. i Milton riser, lloaton.
UV DutUÜItTI OISKSALLλ
Boli
THE
NEW DISCOVERY
la CUotBlcal anti Mcdlral Mclonca*
lA J.A
£1
»-it. 8
%
r
i
W,
CO
q
O
: u%
0 ^
5
!
3
?
X
o
-J -vl Ck
ml
CA
j
O
D
3
i
*
''U'ft'mk
I
Dr. OARVIT« TAR REMF.DIBi
Cure Inrlpient « ontiimplloa.
Dr. OARV8V-S TAU REMEDIES
Cure Culurrh.
Dr. «i AKVIV4 TAR RE-REDID*
Cur« A «ihm».
Dr. »JARTIVH TAR RETIEOIE»
Cure Heart m»r»»r.
Dr. UABVM1 TAR REMEDIES
Cun Skin m»rn*«n.
Dr. « Alt VIS'S TAR REMEDIES
iLvuUt« tlui Liver.
Dr. UAHVIX-S TAR REMEDIES
Regular« till-Stomach ami Rowel»
Dr UARVI.VS TAR REMEDIES
Cure «11 Female WrukHMie*.
Dr. OAltmi TAR REMEDIES
Purify tho Blood. _
Dr. MARTI VS TAR REMEDIES
Cure DI»eaHC» of the Throat.
Dr. GARA IT» TAR REMEDIES
Cun Bronchitis.
Dr. UARVI.VS TAR REMEDIES
Cure "Rose fold,"..r"Rn} FereP"
Dr. UARVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Cun I.nns Diseases. _
Dr. GARVIVS TAB REMEDIES
Constlpntlo-i. _
Dr. UARVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Cun Salt Itheam.
Dr. UARVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Cun Rldnry IM«en«es._
Dr. UABATVS TAR REMEDIES
Prercut Cholera A Velio« Fever
and
Napktn
Tea
Ear
Watch
Watch
(
Dr. OABVI5C* TAR REMEDIES
rrermt IHalartons Fnm
l»r. UARVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Bemore Pain In the Brenal.
Dr. UARVIVS TAR REnEDIDS
Rrmiire Plain in the Side or Back.
Dr. UARVIVS TAR HEU EDI ES
Are » Snpr rior Tente.
Dr. OABVIN'S TAB HESKDOB
Beature tho Appetite.
Dou
$3 to
$25.
Tackle.
guns,
sent
for.
Dr. UARVIVS TAB RRMBIMEM
Cauao tho Food lo Dlgnu.
Dr. UARVIVS TAB REIVED IBS
Renton tho WesUg and DcbllltMMI
Dr. UARVIVS TAD BENVB
QiTaTMMetssV
i
A. T. HYDE A OO.,
•OUi PHOPBtKtnHk
IM Seventh Ace., Xew Torh.
Dan. 21 '12—ly.
Day
asan pmoh awn nroiTii
D Okana lor Msies aad OcasaltaMa.
whirr -
• of the
flredmie of .hßgrtom
rks, can he consa
mol or Urinary Onpns. (which ho
especial etmly), clflu-r in male or
S rr from whai cause urhrtnatlng,
•Untilnp A practlcv of 30 ycera
to treat diesnese with luocma. l'area f—r
rca*d.nah1e. Those at a dkfe
MUced. fli,rue.
taure on ('■rar.nl teller rlerarthtag ijmiinam,
aadrnel'-lt c .inn|> i»i>n-,'ar ptraagr.
grad lot u>'- <•«(•(. (" II.Hih I -rira Ml
Am. »VOTT. W. l>.. l'brakhm amU
cil
Proprietor*
t|wir
lornber
ban.g*
re
C. MAiSEL,
TAILOR, (From Paris),
PHILADELPHIA
nh
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