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after MonSa.v. net *Hh, 1*73. (faadayi et
,) Trait«* will leave as follow* :
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» ft« 1 (13 8u»te Hoad
Ift B**ae,
7 S3 1 :» H»«ln-y
7 3ft I 4« Kirkwood
7 43 t »3 Ml. IM« u»nt
7 4ft I« UkMIotown
7M f00 Townsend
Rhwktdrd
flrren Spring It
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3 no w m> rii*, arriri- IS 10 % 37
2 4tt Hrniford
»14 2 »ft Mnotion
»43 3 0ft Dover
»91 3 14 Wyoming
ana n sa iy«o.i...i*
a 19 3 43 ranterlniry
a»B 2&4 Felton
B 33 a ftw Harri», ft
a 41 I»» Farmington
B4A 4 10 tirernwoo»!
a M 4 30 Hridatvttle
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Kirkwood
S. rasti«
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MIXRD TRAIN,—Northward, will leave Pel
mar at Î 4T, IV M. : L» nret 3.12 : Neafuffl 3.43:
Brldgvville, 4 20 ; Greenwood, 4.4U; Farmington
4.5S; Harrington, A 20 ; Dover, 8.34; Clayton,
f.fl ; Middletown, B 20. Arrivent Wilmington.
9 83; Philadelphia, 11.30; Hnltimore, 3.5«, P.
M.
Mottthward. will leave Phila. at II 3« P. M
Baltiinore. 7.3«: Wilmington, 13. 85; New ('as
Ils, 1.29; Middletown, 2.28; Townsend, 2.45;
Clayton, 3.18; Dover 4.«!«; Wyoming, 4.12;
Felton, 4.40; Harrington. 5 05: Farmington,
8.17 i Greenwood, A.82 : llrWgeville, 5.5«: Sea
Ibrd, 0.17 ; Laut«*!. 6.40: Del mar, 7.0«.
The mixed train will In* run subject to delays
incident to freight busiuc»*, audwiil slap only
at elation s where time is given,
1 09 ft 10
p
CA»Tt.r rnAiKS.
f^ave New Defile for Wilmington and I'hila
( 6.25 r m. Leave WR*
I 8.50 p. u . fur New Castle.
SUT UN A t:»AK< H TWA IX».
Additional to those above. Uaro Smyrna fur;
CUrion U SU A M ««4 T S I*. M. lu.iv. l l.y i„n
Hmirn.i *.40 A M . und S.U0 1*. M . In..
to make connection with train» to and from Do
ear, and Mutions south.
del phot ml 7 4«. a. m
mlngton at l .25
roxstcTtoMi.
At Townsend, with the Kent County and
Queen Anne'» A; Kent Railroads. At Clayton,
with Md. and Del. R R. At Harrington with
J. à R. II. II. At S iford, with Dorceaicr and
Delaware R. R. At Drlniar. with Kastern Shura
R. R., and Wicomico and IWomoke R. R
May m-lj
11. F. KENNEY. 8 n pert n tende® »
For SASSAFRAS RIVER.
1IR ftenrr* r " TRFMI'KTKR " being now in
Complete order, will resume her tri|*» on Sat
arday, the 1st of March, 1873, leaving Fier No
8. Light street wharf, Baltimore, every Tuesday,
Tliursdav and Natuf'lav, at 1«i a. u. t arriving
In «iM.rjrlowi, ni 1 r'» Itctlirnin* »ill IM.«
Oaargrtown the alternate days at 8 a. m., arriv
lug in Rallimore at 2 r it. touching at Itu«k
Nark, Barnard*, Betterton. Turner's (Track, Cas
ftidays, Shallcross, and F redericktown, going
and returning
Wasincerely trust that the friendly relations
hitherto existing between f 1««* steamer Truni|>e
ter, hcr patron», anil the public generally, nmtr
of which
best,
fapl
T
;
BCTer grow les» ; fut the prrprtnati
we will «ver be fouud striving our very
mar 1-1» WM f CNDIFF.
Üiolrlr«, it-r.
ODESSA MOTEL,
0D6N.HA, KLIH ARE.
...
XJ AYING rerenllv leaaed and rtfiirniftbcl thi*
old eslahhfthcd HoUd, l nin prepared to ac
P" *'«•,«•» »"''«*• »"<« «wi-manml
klar*» IlBoJ »I, k- nml .1 rcm.ii.il.l, rnlw.
my nnr Will always he supplied with choice
WlBM, liquor», tohac« o and aegar«.
. Gywa«fr om its pl«-ws4»nt 1 oration on Appoqnin
555*7 Crerk and its wide, *ha«Iy streets, and its
I *• great peach district, offert sporiiil
MtaMlatt at « »uamirr nsirwl from th. hmt of

IIm cities.
B / »Diet attention to business and the comfort
liberal share of
•f mjr (IW*U, I hapt- lu lucrit »
tto pablic iMIronni,«. B. F. LII'FINCOTT.
A hr is-tiin.».
m
NATIONAL hotel.
Opposite R. R. Depot,
MDDLKTOtVX. DILAW9UB.
H AVISO t»k<n Ui* »höre wett'known hoot*,
I am prepared to accommodate my frieuds
• MU Ihr pu Mir (M*mlljr la hnt-clnu ml* and
Bi fWHnnslilii min
Th* Bar will aivari ha wpplltd will. lh*
•halcwl Whin, l.l^aot, uad 8*r»n>.
Fatroa«gn<.IUitrd. JACKrioN BIIIANT.
I'ltUrltIRTuB.
Formerly of Davis' Ilotsl, Phila.
WH
111
•NEW HOTEL
At Townaend, Dal.

JitM 1st. 1872, will accommodate the
Imvcllitig public und permanent boarders
If reasonable rates. The bar will at all
.ifeéiitèd te ilk choice wines, liquors, To
•nd Begars. Flo*- oysters in seasou.
bè atrirt attention to business to merit a
•■are of the public patronaire generally.
JAMES 0 TOWNSEND,
Ij» Proprietor,
■fej
WNSEND HOUSE,
M
?• .•
B.Ü. BROWN,
Sc gaLligher
BRAKDIEN, WINES, OINS, AC.
A
WT, AND BOl'RUON WHISKEY,
SvMk Mh Stmt, Philadelphia.
r
1. o. Rusrr.
Ub N. NI X St CO.,
roll MERCHANTS,
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► ÂMB PROBUCK,
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m
T«r a Sw
Mta of Un
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Proopeotna fin* 1874—Seventh Tear.
T he a
L Dl NE,
An llluMruted loathly Journal, univen illy td
mitte«! to l>e the Handsomest Periodical in
the world. A Representative aad Cham
pion of Americnu falte.
The AbUn>-, while issued with the regularly.
**»» none ol the temporary or lliOely interest char
acttrlstic of ordinary periodical*. If 1» an ele
gaut miaceltaay of pure, light and graceful litr
Net for Belt In Hook
News Bterva
rature: and a callectioa of picturee. the rareet
epacitueuN of artietie »kill, ia black and white.—
Although tacit »ne« ceding number affords a frash
pleasure to its friead», the real value and beauty
of Th ■* Ai,H» i* will I« most appreciated after ft
has l
. II hilt
bound up at ihc«*lo»f of ilia y
tiler publimtions nmy claim »uprrtwr rhm»pm*w.
,1 with rival* of a intnllar das». The
i»»uni«|ne«nd anginal ranrtpiion—»lo
nn '* uaapnroacUad—absolutely without compati
lion in prie»* or character the poaseaeor t f a
« ompicle volume cannot duplicate the uuautitv
1 * ^
then, tlurc
of flue puller and engraving» in any oth»r ihapi
tiutnUrr of roiuuirs for ti n time* its cost ;
the chromo», besides !
!
ART DEP.IKTNRNT, 1*71.
The illustrations of Tin AliHne have won a
world-wide* reputation
I.uropc it is tut »dmitird fart that il»
nr«* examples of tin* higliast |>crfaci;
taiued. The common prtjndire in fnvor of ' •tw*|
plat***." is rapidly yielding lo a tuer» educated
and ditcrleilnatiug latte which rreagnites the
ndrnntagstofiup rior »rtisticipmlitr with grest
er facility of production. Tho woo l-, ut» of Thr
.i IJi ne mittcfs all tho delicacy and elaborate fiu
i»h of tin* u -t costly str»*| plate. wIü:» tin y af
tord a letter rendering of the artist's original
To fullv realize the wonderful work which
in America, it is • nlv necevsarv
cost to the people of any otlu r de en? rcpr«*eiita
tiotit of the produ« * ?*» of gr at (winters
in addition to design* by the
Nato-nal Acndemv, vnd other noted At ntr i
artist», 7'« Afin, will reproduce •
best foreign nttfiers. lolacted with
highest a r t : w t : r si
rest. Thus lb *subiM-nbcr to /
n trifling coat,
sure* snd rcfjtiitig inliueacc* of tre-v nr!
Tl»» .ji.uri.-riy <inu.| |4».c. l( .r ,-T* Oil U I,,
The». Moran and J I* Woi-dwnrd.
d in the art centres at
d cut*
r »I
fur the cause of art iidlure
der fite
T/.' . 1/iiW -. doin
nl-sr« of the
to th*
The Christmas issue for 1874
cia , j„ ,|„
u«l wiUk, nod »1:1 .ur|,., M lu
of itt nr . «,. r
r«s and gn
•r tl into
t
r will, at
tin* j la
•v in his
hoi
i!I contain
1 y
ntiraLtions any
■I*®"

Prc*iu!tiin for 1*14»
her to The A! line for the v
1874 will receive .« j n i r of «*hroin *». The
I in oil for th# publish
Moran, win
p'.r hated by ('
e ; 1 .
* ' " rl ° I' r 1 tt ] r, i
>l»o.»,n..d «l.d.ar» 1 liv sub:
to repr< * : t ' ilia hast
» a vi. w in Tho White Mount
ai pic ton*»
n* p
Tl
great
-- for
chosen
»U.1 -h
\\ f»t.'
'
tins, Now llamj)
»hire ; the » liier gives the t'lifS of (irstu River,
i g Territory. Tt • <! fierce. 1 in tin* nu
s a p
N'.
t th-*:
tnre of th
lrf,it * rt "d atfo: •- a «.
,r «pe at. ! • 'oriug
'" l r «■«•» ' l ,: *' l,r '*
* {#) *«d njipean
«riii aft«* 1 hf ( refti utntion of a worthy i tnmpN
ol AlJicriui « ,;rc.U*!t luî.I». ,.|,p |Htinlrr to tl.f
sub* riber» at 7' Atyie waiabidd but peculiar
L v l'*P|JJ ' ha. hi«! i*
*»M«Mcd by the following t.itimoaial,
••guattire ol Mr .Moran himsell :
Niwauu, N J . Sept, 2ith,
Messrs. Jaukn Ni tton A Co . fi ntUm-n.
delighted w ith the j
mo*. They
-d d
*ath « , rk
1
: 2
of the
v exact f a. - - i
the
' ul
■ 7
.—I
color of your chr»
woaderfully s.iccessfnl rtj re«i*n
by mediatiicai process of th» original
\ cry re*!«*» tfully.
ft i
tati«.
paintings.
Higo«* 1
T !!(»>. MORAN.
These chi«.
Tia/flilB
material of Atntrit
are in
ni Americnu.
bv
pr« • e-.v n ith
r , •
.. «nut »eturc, from •ltsignr
of Ainsricuu »«*ntry by tu Atn**ri« .iu p outer,and
presen ed to fttihsu iber<* lo tl«s fii»t Mnnssful
American Art Jotiraal. If no batter became <»f
ail this, they will certainly po«i*.»s on interest no
foreign production
R«' v ant the '•*.. * iliar facil
ilies of produ t o th v o', th« pui iislito on v
, v trif!* wbi,. «.«jual in i c: v i.**c r t.> o !
c | lr „iiiu!i tlint arc nol.I : ..-I, for .lnul.li- (lit tub.
nr!|.lion |.ri. -r ..t T I'./...., IVi.on. of u.tp
will prize these pictures lor tliem»clves—not for
tho price they did or did not cost, aud
praciate the entirpri»» tkat renders thrir «iistii
bulioa poaniblo. if noy Subscriber shot.Id indi
ciitc Ä prefcicnrt for a Igura »ubject, the publish
wi || -Thongkl. of I!.. a n-w and
ith
inspire, am)
ap
__ ..... _
fi tTlel tul irtn c*Mw 'whose speaking 'ey
the longings of his heart,
TERMS —j?5
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batrav
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Chromo» free. For 5« C« nt« Extra, th* chromo»
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The Aldinr will, hsrcftfter, be obtainable only
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quire any cxtendr«l rccomuieaiation. but the
reasons which have a!rea«iir given it fifty tlious
and subscribers, and which wiil, wc hope, give
it many thousands more, aro briefly a» follows:
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the day will he found in it, cnnd«-ii>cd when un*
important, at full length when of moment, and
always presented ia a tlsar, intelligible, and in
tercsting manner.
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ing and instructive reading t»f every kiiol, but
sontatnir.g nothing that can offend th« most dsi
irate and »rrupulous taste.
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office. It especially devotes its « uergios to the
exposure of the great corruption» that now weak
en «ml disgrace our country, and threaten to un
dermine repuhlicAr. institutions altogether,
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their supporters.
If reports i lie fashions for the ladies and the
markets for the men, especially the rattle mar
kets, to «hick it pays partirwUr attention.
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tor» a» well a* entertainer» of tltfc public mind,
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it with Justifiable complacency. It also entitle*
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The postage on Harper's R
rear, which must be paid at the subscribers post
office Address
No 22-01. HARIT.il At BROTHERS, Now York.
;
is 20 cents n
THE AMERICAN FARMER
Begins a new volume January 1. This is an «dd
established standard Farmers paper, devoted to
agriculture nud its interests. Hpcoial atten
tion is |<aid—besides that given to the staple
•ns, artificial aud home-mudo mini uns, lo..—
Live Stock, Fruit Growing, the Dairy, Ac.
Some of the nhiest of American agriculturists
write for It. It i» PU A CTICAL, SCßSTAS
TIA1* % HEI JAULE. $1.50 a rear. To clubs
of live or more only $1 each. Very libera! and
handsome premiums for clubs. I«ait three
hors of'78 free to all new names received before
Dee. 31. .Specimen Numbers free. Agents
wanted overy where. S A ML. SANDS A SON,
No 22-tf.
to
Publisher.«. Baltimore, Md.
M. E. DICKSON,
Ho. 83J SOUTH EIOIITH STREET,
VHII.ADK1.PHIA,
DEALER It
WATCnES AND JEWELRY,
SOLID STERLING
Silver and Plated Wave
Bailable Ihr üoliday Prem«..
B*. NkcUo« gfis Kl. WaMiai «h*
K
.0,
1874.
1874.
The World.
The great Democratic victories in New York
Ohio. Maryland and Virginia, the »turtling Itc
mblicuo detente in Wisconsin, Iowa, Kitiuas nud
Minois, foreshadow tin* election of a Dcumcralic
Congrix* in 1874. and the election of u Demo
cratic President in 1870.
Tilt leitet ol* the triuin|di already won Ims
hern •Uiulfunl adherence to the organization,
flinching lidviitv to the piincitiles of the Demo
cratic party. 77» IfW/cf lias lwn faithful to it»
trutl. When faint heart* talked of a »polled
I arty, n dead party, a new party, it bore aloft
the Hag ol tin* historic, indomitable democratic
party. That flag, inscribed with the legend» of
Free Trade and Fanner*' Right», Hard Money,
•l no Monopolies,—tho Democrats ef Ohio anil
New Vork carried to a glorious victory. sub
rerting tirant majorities ol ;,7,fa»0 and 51*,000.
—more benefletnt than i'» past carrer, identifiât! !
thongh that be with the fonndit«*/ of the republic,
it* expansion in to- the coutinent, its half Cen
tura of pro*|e ity and p*M c.
it* future, as of it* pant and
tr; iinpb*. i* »till a * lead fast adherence to
unflinching fidelity to the
•rntic p*
to I c applied through*
1 Municipal life to heal
rali/jftion of war.
il pri ll gnte rx| .mliture.
A
fhc op. it s • rc
the
^atuXABoii,
principh s of tin* l»ri
nrcll'ul
_ ... Natiuunl. State
the wound» and do
T —|>riiic-i|.li-.
nc*. ct
oUt
»top
limit und
•r*entrusted to the pci pb* ■* servants,
tin* tetter» of »
c«»i runt
local i /.e
to liberate
industrie» In.
tra le liom the II
bnrl
Tartfl.
irredeemable pap r <'
till* doublt piIItide
well mt lo repair the wide-spread tin:
•uglit by the fiscal polit y of the Republic
The duly ot In* H« r// i
:.1i of tin* Dein •< rati>* lo Ht* to vie
fpolitical truth, «»urwork will
! *• fruitful in proportion a- Th, IF* ;■/./ i* widely
tuu tin
«I
of
«K
ii nlture
•ial
this o
. i.< the
!i*-i*imn»i u-M
• i
We ask D"
rat* e<, • t n!
to ftid
in
*t -.tiering the good »
t during the period »>» :n.j itant to the • «
N htr« or how can an} Demo«
the p
• hi* party, and llu-ii !riun.p!i at the i-a bot
hy procu
.
itdcast i-ver tl « w hole
i
.ik so « fllcientli for tl»«* iltfTe
?;!
I
nders I
. « .
: t
ng new
H.. Mr/.
77. M r
As a v. hi. !e ..I
will *p
I v;
iul*.
J
it** fresh, u 1* u i
c«ui|irifling th
irmce. w ill I r
. £
Trostworthv
th irtctdt
!
it.;
w hole
irclu
.**• d as b ,
d
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d.ir.
on. Will
vot
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with
I with !
id the 1
d In
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lung npprvh
»: an 'old inter*
homes, their

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THE s\ I:::K!.V WfRI.D i- r*«r -real edition i
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(We*
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It
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d tl*>l
marl.«?* *.f 1'.** Î nitvd St
try produce, general j*
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I he fat
ith nil the «1« ii
of the
letters
itrs page.
«h of II«* A «ici « ,i:i I
from iirm t i■ .«'. farmer»
id
:
profltab!«* farming.
for the family titele, of lively and
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ring th?
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Sie ftb.-u* • 'it- rat«
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POSTAGE PAID.—On every Mibfcriptiou fitr j
• }vnr to the itaily, Scuii-V\ rekiy, or Weekly, '
pai^ lor nt llic above rates before Apia 1, 1874,
po> tnge.
'
travelling ng
rs, ct- . >cnt Ine, vv hsiev
ever desired. Adilre»- «.ii unie
d when- I
ami Icttits to
I* 1
Tin: »»oni.t»."
.*»■1 l'uik Itur., ,\m lurk,
»'H I'trW 11
Monuments, Marble aud Enameled
Slato Mantels
i
. HERMANN'S
I
ft
.11 un unit* » till M n r b I WurtiM
< 010(1 llrltmnrr and t'ulun »Irret«,
NEW CASTLE, DEL.
»
Furnished at short notice, A on reasonable terms
MKFKKK\(K8.
M. ». CLEAVER, flllLIP H. Ct.AtUC, ANDREW EL1ABOE
Sept. 4—tf
THOMAS SI ASHEV, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
IUIm Mi.r.i, u*xt door lo Nollonol not.«
Mlddlelovrn. Dtrluwure
C LUCKS, Watches. Jewelry, Ac. neatly and
promptly repared.
Always on hand and for sale, Clocks, Watches,
Plated Wan?, Forks. M|>oous, Hilrer Napkin
Riug», Silver Thimbu», Salt, Sugar and Tea
Spoons, Rutter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Kur
Rmgx, Finger-IUugs, Sleeve Buttons, Watch
t'hains, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch
Chains, Ac.
AOKNT ro*
Den/wrs SPECTACLES.
Dm. ia— «f.
CO-PAJITNERSUIP.
FJ*HE ondn*igo.d, bentofon dolos buioM
X under the nome of R. JtSknob I Ro». bas
thi» d»r entered loio co-oortomhl» «llk Qmm.
W. Morrteoa, ander tb» Im oiuoo ot wT JT
jtrrtaauH à co : , tbt ty « &
The Speolal Announcement below refeA to both our
Carpet and Dry Goods Stores.
G. WORRELL.
;ill rlilSSGS of HlGrdlllIKÎlSO, PlUlMod OUT llOUM.* to
Dry Goods—8:20 & 822 MARKET ©T.,
-220 & 222 MARKET ST.
(OLD STAND.)
Carpet Store
Special Announcement.
The late financial panic, having materially "reduced values w in
PURCHASE FOR CA SU,
As our settled policy lms
ive ask the Closest Com
eheaper lines than we have for years.
Protect our Customers,
always been to
luu'ison of our Stocks and prices with any or all othei'g. Our goods
are suited to all classes, and to those in want wo say
BUY NOW.
Oct«»he u 80 th, ISTi*.
228 S*L NIOORK, 228
Manufacturer of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND HOYS.
A I.AHQK ASSOHTMKNT Ol'
call and wiatkr clothing
J
ON HAND, M A ME Cl* IN Till: I.ATKST STY LB AN!» HKST Jt ANN Hit.
ALSO, A OKI-LIT VAHIKTY OL
1MF.CE HOODS, for Ordor AVorlc.
22S MARKET ST. Wilmington. Del.
Apr 2'J -ly
ilffiislcr's OOrdrrs.
I {e*risii*r\s (
»FFIt'E,
RK'ilNTRH S
tie County. Ovt. loth. 1873.
N «
W Thrum
the npBHci.i : .*n of Willi.'
IT
!»?.* ol App. 1
1 ndudnistrator .« John 'I !
ittiink I!
I*. * ;
1 : It is
dr.d i
•r lint the Ad
»tllig
•1 bv th. II*
d dit*
:
•I the g
.ii upon the K-b
d, gi
tor afoics
o!
of Lett' is of Adiuit.i
i I !» the date
tin* drrenacd,
t f
id With
bv ca
v «1.11
New
>f th«
t pub!
j tl«*, r**«|uiring all |ters«*n«
' th«» Kstate to pre*cnt the
Act of Assembly i
! < i. And al*o cnu?.* *ht*
i in the si
the
I"
d* against
It.
I i«b* bv
1 pro' i
tried will

..
same tu le
th«* Mll'iU.ft
if bed in Mi.
F
dlett
: wspap* r p
ci.ntiuued then
w r nioni
lu h
1er tlu* hand *in«l Nenl of Df
i f T*'Z I An** of the R«*gisirr al«<:e»;iid f at N**w*
1 i ^ " / Ca»t!e, in New Castle County aforesaid,
I tiie «lav and veur a I
I
c written.
I*. tJliii;.'*', Register.
All |HT*.'11I ha'inir tlalr.H »t'niinti'i K.ta' of
1 must toia»* iit the name dulv atlext. 1
loth,
noth' i:
!
the dec#.
to vlu* Administrât
abide the Act of A*»«
dob
r ft fore
j
M. i
187 1.
W.M \N THOMAS.
le and provide«!.
Adi
A mutila —North Kn*t, Md.
Oct 18 2nu»s
r
i.'ru:
!
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H Orcloi*.
RF.CLSTKR N OFFICE,
New Cast I* County, November 21st. 187.5.
the up pi *jftion ofKdwartl \N . Lock\v*M>d,
Executor of Alexander A. !.:
I «lirccted bv the Reghter that
tier of the
u
?j!S»«inTTlA f i^%rtii7»l«F «po» *«>•
: Lut, JÎ ««,<■ ... »mi. .w .u«» «i„ s
thereof, by causing udvcrti.n.*mcnts to l«c posted,
within ferty day» from the «lat« of .-uch Letters.
I in six of the uiu.-t public plat e* of the County of
New Castle ri*i|uiriug ull person* having demand*
I againrt the FMalr, to pn svtit the »am«*, «tr nbido
, Act of Assembly in such case made
provided. And also cause the same to be insert
id within the »unie period in the Miodi.ktow*
j lax ski'HIct a newspaper published in Middletown
' nn«l to lie continued therein two months,
I
I
hy
I nn«i Sea! of <)nic»
1er the hi
of tiie lb*gi*ler aforesaid, at New Castle
a writ
• -
County uforesuid, the day
i ten.
R. GIRRS, Regi-ter.
NuTM'K — All |*crson* having rhiiiiis ngaiust
the Estate of the deceased
duly attested to the Executor on or before No
vember 2lit, 1874,
present the .miiic
Act «if As.-cmbly
abide :
mud v and provided.
in siicli c
K. W. LOCKWOOD, Executor.
Abi'iiL-i'—Middletown, Del.
Nov 2f» 2m.
AKERMAN & MALMSTEN,
GENERAL
Upholstery and Fine Furniture.
W A R E R O O H 8,
No. 211 SHIPLEY Street,
(im 1». u. KENT'S new titUl.DtEu,)
wn. .s..>*j t »
US 11 in I nut OH, Ifeiuivare.
Making up aud laying of carpets, matting and
oil cloth; spring and hair inuttresse»; furniture
covered and repaired; lambrequins, drapa lies,
nud window decorations, and all belonging to
the business attended to.
atig 16-tjl. ^ ^
-
rrt|«R nndenlgnM re.pactft.llf Inform. IheHl
L i sens of Middletown and viclnl
tv that he is pre|wred with excellent
i, T^e " rt * .'° d .°
kind, of hanllng at moderate rale,. Proprietor.
of bolel. and buuKkee|wr. wUI IInd It lo their
advantage to gir« him a call. Coal and lumber
hauled at shortest notkw Orders for baggags
or other parrels, left at the Pott Ofl«», wltl re
•rompt attention.
.-75 Loads of good lmilding;
Jan. 4— Ip. WM. V.
Xo the ^Public.
col r.
N.
Sand Ibr Ml*.
WILSON.
MIDDLETOWN IRON FOÏÏVDBY
ICACHINX SHOP.
PLOWS AD* rm Oartlnp, ÜAchlM COitl.g.
JT of»M Mod, oo «— d or m aj. lo w * K^
, D.SIWgi>
d:. 'Ä.v.r «
' 4 \r
:
v
'a
Ä|,.
: -i* - A • '
D*
w
1» u tUftld .4.
Th; .Ml« I!« liai b 4 ; i * i I'i-tribiiiion in
the country
I . D. SINE'S TWENTIETH
mi
■»*
ltJ

To be dr*
■n Thin
.»ay, .I n
l* 1871.
^200,000,00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS ! !
I
GRAND DA FIT A L I'RI/K,
$20,000 in Gi'eenhacks.
nNK lilt AND CASH I* n I V. I*: or!
I
' j
$10,000 in Greenbacks.
Oucf'ish 1'iize of £5 .«»j 0 IN (iRKKNUACK^
Ono Prize $5,000 ? I
Six Prizes $1.000 ; Greenbacks I
Peu Prizes $ 5)0 2 (
d Silver Lever Hunting Watch«»
ull. ) worth from $2ft to
Silv r Y* t Dlntins, Double-plated SU
\ Jewelry, A«*. Ac.
Tickets Limited to luo.00« j
h:
C'oii
l
Number ( ii.H,. 25.1
! I Tick *1». lo >* bi
T. Agents \N Hilts d !«»
ra! I'rttuitims
; Six Ti. Kt t.- *!".()«; Twelve Tickets $20; !
ill be paid. Single Ticket*
Twiiiiy-lke Tiekei» s^t«».«»'».
Circular.« containing a full list of prix«*, a «le- !
1 other !
of til • manner of draw ing.
scriptu
inhumation i
»• to the Di.«trilMitioii, w it!
bring them. All letter
refi-i
i .*
*111 to
must be a ldtesscd
L. D. SINE, Box 86
MAIN OPI'ICK,
•loi W. FIFTH St.
No*. 23—ly.
I
CINCINNATI, U !
FURNITURE.
UNDERTAKING.
UPHOLSTERING.
«
I
I
The undersign« d
respectfully nnnounces to the
f Middletown und vicinity tlmt he
h:in«! a large
citizc
lias i
1 well «♦'leeted
stock ol lot ml so me and durable
Walnut aud Other Furniture
»
which he will sell very cheap for cash. Buying
wholesale cash tales he let?!* assured that lie
can sell as low as the same goods can 1.« bought
«Istwliere. lly buying of him purchaser* wlllbe
saved the freight on their goods from the city,
He is also prepared to ullcud to
Cnd«r(ukliiK Work
nt siiort notice, and in a manner excelled by
, noue.* 1'crsoiis wishing Metallic or Wooden Cas
kets or Cases will find it to their advantage to
; call on hiui. He lui*, also,
TA AT.OK &. NO.VS
I
Celftbl Ulrd C'orptf I'marvtr,
! Th. CarpM may he dr eue. I In lhe Haul fabric,
nu t |,* .oiled, (and .-an Ire .cea ut alt time.)
u nu ,|,iug but dry cold air cnler. lb. Ca.k.t.
I * fipADsiis w vvn un»
t.büRGh W. WIUSÜN,
Praclleal Cabin.« Maker and Undertaker,
Fobl 13m
Middletown Del.
i ted.
£
K
• THE CHEAT REMEDY FOB
CONSUMPTION
which can 1>o cured b 7 •
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as has Ixxsn
proved by tho hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknovH
lged by many promiuent
]>hysiciaus to bo the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for tho relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public,
sanctioned by tho experience
of over forty years. "When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
euro in tbo most severe
eases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
roup, Whooping Cough,
Inlluonza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, I'ains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver ( 'omplaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. Wistaria
Balsam docs not dry up a
Cough, and leave tho cause
behind, as is the ease with
most preparations, hut it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
tints removing tho cause of
the complaint.
C<
C
•*!:! !» nr
1
BETTI VT. rOWï.IÎ ROTIS, Botten, Mats.»
And eold by DrnggAi* uiol Dealwrsgt'UosalMh*
I • b 8 1 v
■'il'Wi
I
iïx&s
91
wm
;V
llbT®
• AT
tXfi
i linn?«
f* tu tho vrnrft Rrrof*
CJotct» or Plualo,
*• fix ?».i r 1rs are waimntrTl to
relier» 1 Tnplre
l.lvor'VüinlüSiÄ 'ZWjg, S»
1 '*• " aimnf I t. cure Scrofulonf
Ï m i.n.1 s*»» ch .«mi ntt akin and
rl».caM*M. itv its womlnfM
i*h3f
it lb
Ir.*
* I« Mill
f 71 ood
Feelornl i.iourrlcs it wilt
Um
( ough In
1 i v any other madtota#
t.itff« uph t soot b»
«-rcTT-.s. gn|A
ti.«*
and ;
it to.
I
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I». v. ft*ir:it: x
rtd'u i-i i t i.kiu j, JUiilalo,
u
I rnnrrG l
msn
t p*' nt, sit A I aft Ik#
■ >t' atl* M l i w aWE
itiloKiitaaiaH»
cl« e«rt M Mervsb K«4
- -n* «LBakhAfCtt.llCt.
. itii'ty rJ&à rftiM.
BVl vr.il » *«r «*«•••!!•
.I r » l.Srra.rli't\,1S«V.tJ.II*
T'VV'.Sraiteœ
• « r Fui r.HnUa- .ftlr iwk
• it • ■ t.-«' *' f » I* -w«rd kfVSajBa
. U? y Sold 1 y tfrtia si sfc
si
i»a. j. r. r*t
I tTalrerrir ■ r
'•rfecUd . . .
syrup. I -***»
j t.ruJ tb«\.:. -*i -
Ac.
Y< I
i
r*t C;r-4,
? nf .i ».r*.
«It u* ??*M* 1 't
«
it»., i*
b
ft
j FRANCIS DUGGANr
St. Georges, Del.
•JUliLIn utV.N
28-4 W
N<
!
MAM' FACTI 111511 OF
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CARRIAGES
OF AU. K!NUS.
Repairing «lone in a nv.it and fubslaatial
« ner.
I Ttitronagc solicited, and salisfactioa gaaraa«
I teed.
.Ian. 7—ly.
D. L. DUNNING,
Having just received ««ver IQuO pieces of
I'APEB,
W A 3j Ii
Offers llism «*t New York und I'Uila priota*
A tin, ft choli c lot of
SATIN PAPER,
Suitable lor Uni:.. Pailur. and «Hain, Rnm.
CALL AXXft EAAKIBp.
STOCK CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
BRACKETS, WALL TOCKETS,
FRAMES, and everything conuc* tvd with that
line. Also, a superior tine of
STATIONERY, MONOGRAMS»
AND MtU IIVINC PAPER.
BLANK & MEMORANDUM BOOKS
OF ALI. DKM-IUPTTOM.
Hpi. 37- ::m.
A CAR P.
Robert 8 . W 1 11


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