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Sülle Jttiddletoum Süranatripl
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tising rates.
Local and State Affairs.
The Ladles' Temperance Association.
The second meeting of the Ladies' Tempernnce
Tues
Association was held at the Academy
flay last, at 3:30 P. M., and was most gratifying
to all, being one of increased numbers and of
greAtly increased interest.
Also the concise methodical manner in which
proposed business was planned and committees
appointed to execute was satisfactory and en
couraging.
Convening promptly at the hour, the hymn
"My Soul be on Thy Guard" was appropriately
selected for the opening of the religious exercises
that precede the business of the meeting.
The Scriptural selections were peculiarly suit
ed to the end proposed, being ^hc XXXI Psalm,
3rd verse; 1st Cor. 1st chapter, 27th, 28th and
29th verses ; Rev. XX ehapter, 12th nnd 15th;
Romans, 11th chapter, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th;
John, XV chapter, 14th, 16tli and 17. Prayer
followed.
Succeeding this was the appointment of an
Advisory committee, consisting of Mrs. Meade,
Mrs. Dr. Patton, Mrs. Dr. McClure, Mrs. A. G.
Cox, Mrs. H. N. Willitts, Mrs. Dr. Matlack, Mrs.
George Derrickson.
The following Executive Committee composed
appointed : the
of twenty-one ladies was al
members to be increased as necessity or discre
tion requires:—Mrs. Thomas Masse}', Jr., Mrs.
A. R Pennington, Mrs. W. J. H. Lingo, Mrs.
DeWitt C. Walker, Miss Marion Hum, Mrs. Wm.
II. Moore, Miss Emma Merritt, Miss Virginia
Lake, Mrs. S. B. Kelley, Mrs. Sanbourn, Mrs.
Benj. Armstrong, Miss Lizzie Murphey, Meg.
Vandegrift, Miss Carrie West, Miss Vandegrift,
Miss Emma Blackiston, Mrs. II. N. Willitts, Mrs.
M. N. Willitts, Mrs. Jane Schreite, Miss Clara
Blackiston, Mrs. J. B Foard.
Also a committee of five gentlemen was elected
to further the interests of the Association,
Messrs. A. G. Cox, II. A. Wood, M. N. W illitts,
viz :
W. J. II. Lingo, Andrew Eliason.
The following resolution was offered
dopted by the meeting :
Resolved. That the clergymen of Middletow
be respectfully
id &
.-quested b.v the ladies of this hs
prcach, at their earliest conv
n sermon on total abztine
ing drinks, advocating the c
they tliink beat.
Many pertinent remarks followed, showing
the trust in God—how powerful
dation
all intoxi
fr
of Temp
how great wi
the influence of His
of
in is ten, by rent
•1 the «Ai
their position, by the power of love,
cacy of pray
teati
Nt
k.
to forward this
eroui
proving how
throughout the laud, had been their support
advocacy of the cause of Temperance.
Three pledges were submitted to the meeting,
and after consideration were adopted. The first
a total abstinence pledge for adults; the
id of législation
,-i re giv
d
second one to discourage by
the manufacture and traffic it
intoxicating liq
uors except for medical, art
; the third ft pledge for children,
will be circulated by the Executive Corn
These
poses
papers
mittee and signatures obtained.
called for to-dnr,
it 3
The next meeting
P. M. at the same place ; to be proceeded hy a
at 2:30. All then joined in
meeting for pray
singing the Doxology and tiie meeting adjourn
ed.
The Nrw faille P»e»l»y««*ry.
; Castle met at Fedcrals
the 22d inst.,
d elders answered to their
The Presbytery of N
burg, Dorchester county, Md.,
and eight ministers
Rev. G. J. Porter, the retiring modern
Rev. J. II. Johns, of
names.
tor, preached the sen
Cecil county, Md., was elected
The new chi
oderator for
eh in which
itihil edi
At the
the ensuing term,
the Presbytery held its session is a heat
cost of $9.000.
pleted at
fice, just
meeting of the Assemble on the 22.1 n resolution
whs adopted b.v a vote of 28 lo 22 declaring the
sentiment of the Presbytery ngninst the proposed
consolidfltion of the tionrds of the Oencrnl As
sembly at its appronching session,
ing persons were elected by ballot to
Presbytery in the General Assembly which
meets in Rt. Louis, May 21 : Rer. J. Patton, D.
D., of Middletown ; Rev. J. H. Johns, of Cecil
county, Md.; Elders J. Y. Foulk, of Milford,
and W. S. Dickinson, of Newtown, Md., ns prin
cipals; with Rev. J. R. Spotawood, of New
CastleRev. J. J. Smith, of Salisbury ; Elders
J. Vandegrift and E. W. Cleaver, as alternates.
Elkton, Md., was chosen ns tha place of the next
stated meeting in September.
The follow
present
Agricultural Association.
The attention of those interested in the Penin
sular Agricultural and Potnolojtical Association
is called to th. notice that a payment of one dol
lar per share is required by the Executive Coni
If the subscribers are prompt it
ill
mittee.
render a further call unnecessary before Septem
ber, The present call is made itrtperati
able the committee to place the groahds in order
for the exhibition this full.
to
1. O. O. F. AnrilverMry.
The Odd Fellows, Good Samaritan Lodge.
No, 9, celebrated the fifty-fifth Anniversary
Sunday by attending church,
-cning, in a body. They went to
of their order
morning and
the Methodist Chord) in the morning and (ô the
The members all
Presbyterian in the evening,
wore white budges «md made a very neat appear-
ance. No especial services were held.
LMt Saturday's b'torm.
The storm of last Saturday was ft pretty severe
one all over the State. Considerable d'amage
Was done in various places by the high winds.
Id New Castle a high scaffold, which had been
the Taakff
erected to put up smoke «tacke
buildings was blown down, but nobody
hurt.
New Uniform.
The Diamond State Brass Band have ordered
Rieir new uniformrand expert to get them About
the first of June. T. E. Hum is doing the tail
oring. When they get their ''new clothes" they
going to have some dress parades.
Seller'« Canning Honee.
Mr. John Morrisdn is hard at work fitting up
(be old canning house for Mr. Sellers ; putting
in a new evaporator and getting ready for the
coming fruit campaign
are
.
Minor Toptas.
Read our new advertisements this week, it will
pay you.
Last Saturday's all-day rain was the biggest
we have hnd since the flood.
of new houses am being built at
New Cestle for the Tasker workmen.
Walthers coach factory $ of Wilmington, was
burned Wednesday night; by an Incendiary, of
course.
Sheriff Armstrong advertises the property of
G. W. Tngrom, in this town, to be sold on the
15th instant.
The 84th Annual Convocation of the F. E.
Church, Delaware Diocese, will be held at St.
Luke's church, Seaferd, on Wednesday, June 3d.
It was "Uncle Boh," and not George, Cum
mings, that pitched into Hinckley so lively at
Dover last Tuesday week. "Give the Devil his
due."
In another column will he found a letter from
E. D. C., on the subject of a County Work
house. We have not yet had time to examine
the report spoken of.
By special request of peach growers we re-ptib
lish, in full this time, the report of the Commit
tee on New Markets. Ac., made at the late meet
ing of the P. F. G. A.
Gazette correspondents are urging the name of
Charles B. Dore, Esq., for nomination for Con
gress. The State would have to be searched
mighty closHy for a better
Mr. W. II. Jansen, of New York, formerly of
Milford. Del., announces, in another column, his
connection with the Commission House of James
Wickam k Son. Sec his card.
Another
than Gen. Lore.
the M. E.
Rtv. Bishop Scott will preach ii
Church, of this place, to-morrow at 10} A. M.—
Dr. Matlack, the pastor, will preach in the even
ing at 7} o'clock. All arc invited.
Win. Bower, Esq., of Newark, was stricken
with paralysis yesterday week, and is thought to
lie in a dangerous situation,
not recover. He i9 in his 84th year.
The Trustees of the Poor held their regular
Spring meeting last Wendesday, and organized
for the ensuing year hy the re-election of all the
old officers. The usual business was transacted.
George P. Fisher has been re-appointed Dis
trict Attorney for the District of Columbia. IF
the appointment will keep him out of this State,
the people of Delaware may well be glad of his
"luck."
It is feared he will
the Del. R.
Charles G. Grant, it brnkeman
eked off the cars at Felton,
contact with a post
watching the
R ,
day, by his head coming i
leaning too far ov
while he wm
motion of th
Since the death of his estimable wife, W
foehn
A
his Vied willi
, Esq , has hern confined
tly feared bv some
It was g
. that the attack would
nounce that
tii
of his friends, at
prove fatal, but we are happy to
he i
•h better, though still quite sick.
ilncnt Drlnwnrfnn.
Rodney, third son of Hon.
is United States A Bor
Dentil «T n Proi
Thomas McK<
Caesar A Rodney,
vho
«* v General during Pres'ulent Jefferson's admin- j
Wilmington, Del., last Friday
istration. died ii
Deee.i
!80'i, anil it 18!*
week.
cadet ii
ident Madison
•as appointed by Pi
**U!' ""
he was
he Military Academy at West Point ;
1
granted 1er
father lo S
•companied his
a. the latter having been
■I
e of abser
11th A mere
comtnissio
or to that country. Ii
linistcr to Buenos
1823 his father was appointe*!
>
villi him as seei
. Young Rodney
Ay
'.„m
here his father died.
y of legation,
la
he was appointed by Mr. Madis
til Ge
*1 filled the positi
. In 1812 I
Jacksoi
I der Mr. Tyler,
appointed consul to Mat.
in ted by General Tailor,
ml was reapp
.til the end of Mr. Fill
e's term
mained
He w as colled
• of the port of Wilmington dur
*1 removed
ion,
linistra
ing Mr. Lincoln's ad
Mr. Rodney
hy President Johnson i
the intimate personal friend of tiie late John M.
Clayton, and held t
mong the public
1866.
in ta nee fl
ex let
of the past und present
génération .
June«* PeacH As*ortcr.
Mr. John A. Jones exhibited his Peach Assort
• at the Post Office last Thursday. Its opera
in tuber of ptr
itness'-d hy a large
lions wt
j, among whom but
id that wt
e opi
that the Assorter is n C(
has
plete and invaluable
made several improvements upon his
per fee
d it is certainly ns ne
sed last year,
, fur the purpose for which it is intended, as
ake it.
tii
He has
inventive genius could
be regulated to
nehme e;
go by which the
cull peaches, apples, potatoes, Ac., to larger
smaller sizes us may he desired. A cs
nd canvass for the fruit
vnss hop
per to receive the fruit,
to fall upon in culling, to pr
ran eggs through it
ing them to prove how little i
damaging the fruit.
He
t bruising
rcral times without breuk
the danger of
id will
ritb perfect ease
a better and more
The macht
cull more fruit and do it t
runs
two or three men.
saleable manner in a day tha
If the peach crop is not killed, Mr. J. ought to
good many of his Assorters in this neigh
borhood during the coming summer.
sell
Nollce.
Having made large purchases for cash and
cured great bargains, we are enabled to sell
Splendid Clothing this season at lower prices
nd call attention to the following
—PRICES:—
thau ever
: suits from $7 50
>re suits from S5 00
ft om S3 00
from S3 50
from $2.50
from $1 00
Men's Complete Cassimere
Boys' Complete Cassi
Children's Complete Suits
Men's Business Coats (good)
Men's Spring Cassiinere Pants
Men's Ciissimeru Vests
With all kinds of clothing of finer grades at
tns'irpassed
proportionately low prices, and
stock to select from. BENNETT & CO., TOWER
HALL, 518 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Kent County Court.
The Court of General Sessions. Ac., met in the
Levy Court room at Dover last Monday. Ow ing
to the inconvcniepces resulting from the
a Court ITcmse, the Civil List was postponed
and after a few criminal cases of minor import
had been disposed of the court devoted the
rest of the time to the Liquor License npplirn
of which
it of
unce
tions. Of these there were ten, set
granted and the rest rejected.
were
Sttlrlde.
Alexander Crawford, ot Newport, formerly a
section boss on the P.*W. k B. R. R., committed
suicide laet Tuesday morning by catting his
throat. He had been discharged by the compn
ny a few days before, after a service of 27 years,
and
on account of a collision between ahard
a locomotive, for which he was responsible. This
brought on melancholy which led to suicide.
Maryland Affairs
A seventy-si* year old groom was wedded to
an eighteen year old bride in Illkton, Cecil
county, last week.
Wm. Polk, Esq., of Odessa, Del.,
of E. F. Perkins, Esq., trustee, the
late Lemuel Skepgs, near Chesttrtc
ing 86} ucrcs, for $2,508.90.
Jesse K. flints, Esq., late speaker of the rfousc
of Delegates, has been appointed Commander of
the Maryland State Fishing Forces, with a salary
of $2,000 per annum
lately bought
farm of the
wn, contain
Captain John F riel, an old and ipuch respect
died at his
10th instant.
ed citizen of Queen Anne's county
residence, near Centre ville, on the
of consumption.
The town commissioners of Cambridge, Dor
chester county, have resolved to substitute coal
oil for gas in liglitiug the street lamps. Bad for
night pedestrians.
The local option question will bfi submitted to
the people of Queen Anne's, Caroline, Talbot
and Dorchester counties on the second Tuesday
of July, 14th.
Jacob Reese, colored, has been arrested and
committed to jail at Elkton, Cecil county,
charged with committing a felonious assault
upon a girl thirteen years old.
Win. John Campbell, a son of John Campbell,
aged about 15 years, wandered from his father's
residence in Still Pond Neck, Kert county, on
the 15th of March last, and bas not been heard
from since.
ills of David
The farm (236 aceres) nnd ir
Scott, Cecil county, have been sold at trustee's
sale to C. M. Lnughlin and James H. Ray, of
Newark, Del., for $6,250, said to fie about half
their value.
Work on the Baltimore, Chesap»ake and Del
aware Bay railroad has commenced, and labor
ers are grading the bed of the road between
Queenstown nnd Harriugton, Del. Contracts
have been made for the iron mils, three locomo
tives, and passenger freight car».
The Salisbury Eastern Shoreman says that ac
cording to the best advices the In tc frosts have
completely destroyed all prospects for fruit
this peninsula, and many growers euiphatical'y
assert it ns their belief that peaches and pears
id some other varieties of fruit will be as scarce
next summer a9 gold dollars during a financial
panic.
The following collectors of tn::es have been
appointed for Cecil county : First district, Ben
jamin Price; second district, Dr. Carsi
third district, M. M. Naiidain ; fourth district
Joseph Steel ; fifth district, Jas. A. Lackland;
sixth district, Taylor Neshett ; seventh district,
Frank Linton; eighth district, John Rawlings;
ninth district, George Loftan.
Neck, April 27th, 1874.
We reall
Sarsaki
Dear Transcript :
apology for the protracted silence! that has reign
Sassafrus Neck for so long ti
Doubtless v
have thought
i very remiss,
ngs that have
a. permit us to
ideru
among the tli
ote past ; if !
ay hap east
vanished in the r
lid ne c
tin
f
iricate
.differ
anything pert«
ig to
delay of further lettermeiït is
lle ashes
past ; hut
th
just causes, which
e. that
•ibabl
Ii
t IV
e hav
Kb
ry eon
a ud hem
of 11 clair
<
having the
Ml,
at.le ,
o-fold fi
vas
qu;
Neck :
.
ifra
d old S:
e
ir re
r go
Ilv al
!
In
ti
• rapid flight
dors
ist affrighted at the v
d«i
—a little i
ake ; these,
budget
, theling assur
onf part, ab«
ist
tute
dok
d we will hei
of excuses,
ell that
lie world
"Kind Pcovtd-i
hn« li ft
!
last epistle, good old father Time
has deputed to its, A
leaves and fading r
that Icy Monarch who, though suliilingly desi
•s, of vigorously enforcing his lawful sway,
ithheld, evidently hy the hand of a benefi
ith its withering
Winter.
a title of green:
1 li
,1 !
he suft'ering
ride nee, to
t I»
Sttagt
•eds oft!
v poor
I his a! luted time
oppt
oved
he reluctantly
gor, but little less
Spring set in, we have had but fbw day
to wear the tranquil insignia of the
However, the month of skoirers shall soou
ielded to that of flowers J then may we
• at least, seasonable
to
to gt
-mperate 1
i
it ii I than |i
ns, since :
worthy
ha
not expect some tniid
weather ?
Our fanners h
j
difficult 1
,ce )
..ml '
all v j
a i
»mcwhftt fatiguing
hnd a
. owing to the very
.» in seeding «
tii
• which has p
to get the ground in order, bu|t "persevert
and sweet lie" is said to nee
ing at least, t
gotten through.
dish much,
ey have fi
The wheat [crop presents
ee ; the fields seem I
the former.
sing ftppe«
very pro
tie of green,
thickly covered
ith
it, a thrill !
remunerated
the
,-ner gazes up
entertained, that the app
■ rove more al
The "peach crop," although last in order, is
hy no means last in importance With an eager j
eye has the grower watched the "buds" ns they }
expanded into blossotus, ami even more anxious
ly does he watch the advancemfut of the bios
soins, ns they pass on in natural order, to the
more definite torm of the fruit. Turn in wlmt
direction one will, he is certain to hear the
"peach" question in debate, and from all that
can be gleaned, we believe the Conclusion
ed at is, that peaches in this vicinity,
■hing ;
than the last. :
of houe i
harvest
dt!
y i*
!
re, as
yet, wholy unhurt, and give promise of
hundant yield; but
from speaking authoritively,
subjec too obsc
then tic ; nut having i
Oracles, or "Peach G
must inevitably be in
this subject wo
e consider the
In
for such assert ions
our iniqst either Peach
ers' Associations," and
doubt, w ilhout their super
eminence.
Fishing has been carried on thore extensively,
both in the Elk and Sassafras r vers, this spring
than usual. The "Cranberry" has done a very
extensive business; having landed unusually
large quantities of fish, even for this mammoth
shore. The "Bench" fishery is likewise carried
very successfull}*, by Mr. Rolph, Esq. Very
remunerative hauls have been daily made here.
d on Flidny evening last, nti unusually large
haul tor this shore was landed, which, upon
ting, showed to he 30.COO (Uerrine and 200
This, we have been told, is the largest
-itred at the "Beach" for
shad.
haul that has been
gome years, which, doubtless, i|i partially
to the fact, that the Susquehanna is unusually
high ; whirl) has a tendency to buck the fish into
the Chesapeake und 'rit'Utaries,
the Sasse. f as is much extended this
ny additional seines to
Fishing
season, there being
the accustomed number, and nil I have had un
common good "luck," which ils solely attributa
ble to the removal of the "stakle ; nets" from the
mouth of this river, by law : i|n net which our
Representatives at A impolis, if) '72, will long
reive credit for, nnd likewise! Mr. Knight,
half, d nr ing the
Senator, for his effort» in i
last session.
It will he remembered that riot long since, the
experinunt was made, to propagate the "black
bass" fish in the waters of the Susaueh
whether this effort proved fruitful, hag never
beeu practically known to any of our fisher^ un
til last week, when a seine ne»r "Knight's Isl
and," on the Sassafras, hauler in a "bass" m
hout 9 inches long, which was certainly ft novel
ty in our waters.
Well, dear Traxscript, it is not onr desire at
any time, to be lengthy or laconic.
»void tiie possibility of fulling into either the
one evil, or tiie other, we wi|ll discontinue for
the present, remaining as ever), yours.
Hence, to
Siiaddiz.
THE Hü AKETI.
MIDDLETOWN GRAIN MARKET.
CORRECTED WRECLV BY
Wheat, .....
Com, White.
" Yellow,.
Oats........ 1 .
Timothy Seed..
Clover 41 ..
Beans.
% T. EVANS A CO.
$1 [email protected] 80
.75 cts.
.75 "
. 58 41
4 50
7 25
.100
tflDdLETOWN PRODUCE MARKET.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY 8. M.
REYNOLDS.
...18 CtS. $1 do>.
8ft(Sr}3& I ts. $ lb.
..11(01)12 " "
Egg» .•••
Hinter .
Lnni.
Potatoes,...
Chickens, dressed.
Turkeys, dressed..
Geese, "
Ducks. 44
u.,9001.00 $ bus.
...14(^15^ lb.
.13(a) 15 "
.7 (o 8 "
.13(2,14 "
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.
Prime red wheat,.*.
Corn, yellow...**.
Oats ( Pennsylvania).
Cloverseed...
Timothy.
.$1 .??(«) I 84
..85 @87
. [email protected]
. 9 (ai 10} V ,h -
. 3 00
BALTIMORE MARKETS.
.$1 85(S 1 86
fi5(o.86
[email protected]
[email protected]
. 1 [email protected] 05
Wheat, good to amber.
Corn, white.
Corn, yellow.
Pats, Southern.
Rye. .
Business Totals.
Try William Penn Stove Coal, for sale by
S. A. WHITLOCK A CO.
tf
The celebrated Bay State Shawl at $2.50, less
10 per cent, for cash. Price last year, $4.50.
S. M. REYNOLDS.
Ladies, call at S. M. Reynolds' and see the
Grey Debege for Spring suits, price 31 to
50 cts. per yard. Black Alpacas at 31, 40, 45,
50, 60 and 75 cents i»er yard.
Labels for books, packages, boxes, Ac., print
fine gummed paper, can be had at the office
of the Transcript.
new
M
Just received, direct from the factories, ladies',
d Luce Lasting,
's Button
d child
misses'
Kid uud Turkey Morocco Shoes in great variety.
S. M. REYNOLDS.
d Ladies Kid and Dogskin Driving
hundred pair dark shades of
Ladies' Kid Gloves, closing out at 75 cents per
pair, at 8. M. REYNOLDS'.
Highest cash price paid for all kinds of grain,
FOARD A COMEGYS.
Gents'
Gloves.
Also,
d Inserting.»,
New lot of Hamburg Edgin
Zcp'ivrs and Germantown Wro's, at
S. M. REYNOLDS'.
d Clark's Spool Cotton, at 7 cents.
G. k D. Spool Cotton at 5 ce*.ts per spool, at
S. M. REYNOLDS'.
Coates'
id other Legal Blanks
,t the ThaN 8CH1PT Of
Judgmcnt Bonds. Notes
uppl ication
:nn be had
flee.
Pure fresh Congress Water, direct fr<
toga Springs, at 8. M. REYNOLDS .
Sara
Black Tea at 50 cts. per lb.; a good Im
perial Green Tea at $1 per In , at
S. M. REYNOLDS'.
A fi
d Bill Heads
Business Cards, Letter
printed at the Trasspript office as
cheaply as can be done elsewhere.
.illy nnd
*1, Herring, Smoked Hams. Beef. Sides,
and Shoulders, Mess Pork, Lard. Cheese. Canned
S. M. REYNULDS.
Mack
Goods, kc.
2004) lbs. of Rock Salt in store nnd f«*r sale by
S. M. RE7 MOLDS.
I
,
TAPE WORM.
TAPE WORM.
Tape W
harmless «
ing from the
the enti
harmless
! ofthi
2 to 3 hours with
removed in fr
table
vs ter
The
:d ici tie.
pas
sked un
Medici
idents
til
live. No fi
, with head pa
refer those afflicted to the
•ed. At
olli
whom 1 have
*1 reels of speci
•it;
tiring fi
Fifty per cent, of et
and disorganizations of Liver
and other w
al. Worms, a tl
! he see
40 to 100 feet i
of Dyspepsi
It
-ns.
length.
xist
tse of the
der
eed by
cripti
the ali
most dangerom
1 stood by the
i nnd see the
tary
:
little
•haracter. ar
,-n of the present day. Call
id only worm destroyer,
ular which will give
and treatment of all kinds of
of the s
dicul
in til t
• send for
close 3 cent stamp for ret
E.F. Kunkel ca
j or or not they
1 writing
•11 hy seeing the patient wheth
troubled with worms, nnd by
d telling the symptoms, kv., the Doe
) tor will answer by mail. DR K. F. KL NKEL,
' No. 259 N. Ninth St., Puii.Atuit.t'ttiA, Pa. (Ad
v j vivent office or by mail, free.) Seat, Pin and
a i Stomach worms also removed.
' We I
I
NO EXCUSE FOR BEING SICK.
!
is .
j ,,on - "• 1
} .'**'* 10
"- > ,ve distributed^ eve
2o0,000 samplo t»ottl N
k'«8ts in all parts of the I n.tei State*- No »U (
nmnufniturer of Meduine ever gn | rn
u tons such h t.st ^ Il ls. Go o r I)n gg
Dr. Chamberlaine, and get a bottle tor . • >uit
an Syrup
sc Boschee's Gc
No pers
;
:
getting immediate
of Coin '
y disease of the Throat
that has not been cured,
ar for »lire
ith
ghs. Colds or (kins
! have the first ca?
1"
*1 L
us
We
fro
free of charge
Dec 6
d try it—two doses will
Few people unacquainted with physiological
chemistry ate aware of the quantity of iron in
the blood, but all should know the importance
of keeping up the supply.for debility,disease and
to follow when the quantity be
•h reduced. The Pe
) supplies this vital element
y chronic dise
as
death arc «
comes too
(a protoxide of I
and lias cured m
inn Svrup
BLACKSMITHING.
dersigued hereby gives notice to the
1 to
rniiE
JL citizens of Middletow
his old friends and cast«
ved from Fieldsboro to Middletown, and taken
.•copied hy John C. Vaudev
ille Blacksmith
and vicinity,
;rs, that lie has re
the shops formel ly
hranlfc, where lie will carry
business in all its branches.
to
HORSE-SHORING
a most particular and careful
•e he fi-els as-
Will be done i
manner, and from long experte
give complete satisfaction.
su red that he c;
CULTIVATOR TEETH
Made u specialty, and from the well-known
wide-spread reputation which he lias long
joyed for their manufacture, he hopes to
the patronage of the farmers for these articles.
He will also manufacture to order thé popular
LIND HOE. /S^Cttll aud learn prices.
Respectfully, JOHN LIND,
mar 28-3inos
the
the
id
•it
the
un
Isl
m
at
the
for
Porous Drain Tile*
Q
Egg Shaped, 2 to 7 inches Calibre.
Round, with Collar, 1} to 2} inches Calibre.
W. M. BELL,
Smyrna*, Dkl.
Successor to Allen k Bell.
to
Address
npr 18-7ni.
Ileflistcr's ©rder».
Register's Order.
REGISTER'S OFFICE.
New Castle County, April 6th, 1874.
U pon the application of ROBERT C FRÀIM,
Executor of SAM CEL SEGA RS, late ol Si.
Georges Hundred in said County, deccasetl, it is
ordered and directed by the Register that the
Executor aforesaid, give notice of the grunting
of betters Testamentary upon the Estate of
the deceased, with the date of granting thereof,
by causing advertisements to be posted within
forty days from the date of such letters in su of
the most public places of the County of New Cas
tle, requiring all persons having demands against
the Estate to present the same, or abide by an
bly in such case made and provid
thc same to he inserted with
the Middlrtown Tranb
and
Act of Asseln
ed. And also
in the same period i
crii'T, a newspaper published in Middleton
to be continued therein two months.
use
d Seal of Of
f* \ fice of the Register aforesaid, ut New
\ 8 ' / Castle, in New Cnstle County aforesaid
tiie day and rear above written.
B. GIBBS, Register.
Given under the hand
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the Esta'eof
the deceased must present the same duly attested
to the Executor on or before April 6th, 1875, or
abide the Act of Assembly in such case itmde
and provided. R. O. FRA1M, ExcccTott.
Address— 700 French Street, W ilmington, Del.
Apr 11th—2mos
Register's Order.
REGISTER S OFFICE,
New Castle County, March 17th, 1874.
Upon the application of Martin E. Walker, Ad
ministrator of Ward S. Vandegrift, late ol St.
Georges Hundred in said County, deceased : it is
ordered and directed hy the Register that the
Administrator aforesaid give notice of the grant
ing of Letters of Administration upon the Estate
of the deceased, with the date of granting Vierenf,
dvertisemeuts to be posted within
bv causing
forty days from the date of such letters, in six of
the most public pinces of the County ot New Cas
tle, requiring all persons having demands against
present the same, or abide bv
Act of Assembly in such
And also cause the same to be i
the same period i
■•spaper published i
continued therei
the Estate
• made and provided.
;rted within
the Middletown TkaNnobipt,
Midd'.etown, nnd to be
tllS.
der the hand nnd Seal of
Give
Office of the Register aforesaid, at New
Castle, ill Ne
the day and
;
Castle County aforesaid,
:ar above written.
B. GIBBS, Register.
N O TICE.
All persons having claims against the Estate
•d must present the same duly at
or before March
abide the Aet of Assembly in such
ade and provided.
MARTIN E. WALKER. Admini.trator.
Middle
of the decei
tested Tc» the Administrator o
17th, 1875,
ease
n, Del.
Addr
ir 21-2in
Register's Order.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle C<
tv. March 5th, 1874
f Seriek F. Skaliert
Tpon the applicati
Administrator of Elizabeth Templennn. late ol
*nsed, it
that the
. d
died in said C>
St. Georges li
d and directed by the Re«
hi
is
•df
notice of the
upon tlu
id. give
Administrator, afoi
of Administrât!
granting of Letters
Estât«* of the deer«:.
•ith the date of g
ling j
s to he posted, j
advertise
hereof, bv c
•h letters.
tl
thin forty days fro
six of the
of the Cut
puMic |.l
ngallpe
'iVTiiVs !
s having de
Ne
qu
hide !
■nt ihi
.«gainst the Est.
by an Act of Assembly
I
iade
•1
•ause the s
i«led.
l ,r
the Mi
period, i
cd, within the *
Transcript, an
d to lie conti uued therei
.KT<
Middle
•(* mouths.
I dished i
piper p
der the hand and Seal of Of
of the Register
tie, in New Castle County afore
d year above written.
f \ G r
L.S. V no
* Ca
said, the day
id. at New
B. GIBBS, Register.
NOTICE —All pers
the Estate of the deceit
*1 ulv attested, to
Mar h 5th, 1875,
in such ease
d must present the same,
before
the Administrator o
nr abide the Act of Assembly
ie and provided.
SKRlf'K F. *SHALLCROSS. Adtnr.
tar 14 2t
-Odessa, Del.
A niMlKi
LOYERS OF FIRE POULTRY !
!
jned would respectfully call your
to the choice collections of
The unders
atlenli
FINE FOWLS
1
liich he is now offering for sale (for brotding
sideting the
purposes) at very low prices, c
high standard of the tliei
pt'Jigrec. The
ist of the following :
varieties ct
1
"DARK BRAMAS" bred from "WILLIAMS,"
d " IMPORTED STOCK."
" PARTRIDGE COCHINS '' bred from IMPOR
TED STOCK.
''BUFF COCHINS." bred from "CHURCH
MAN'S STOCK."
14 II ERST I NFS"
a splendid
"WHITE LEGHORNS." bred fre
Smith, of
•eessful breed
trio purchased of J. Boardim
* of the most
Conn.,
era of this variety in the
rid.
BRONZE TURK I ES, from B. F. Lewis' prize
Stock.
EGGS of nil the above for salo. Call
address
id ex
CLAYTON,
HENRY
MT. PLEASANT, DELAWARE.
•tlier Lreed
P. S.—In order to make
ing fowls, 1 will sell for thirty daps Buff Cochins
and White Leghorns for $6.00 per pair.
January 17, 1874-lyr.
WHITE LOCK'S YEGETATOlb
I
.i; îf- ❖ * *** :}■ .....
v'rD supj:u p/ï*
s}d H I *7" L. Oq,^'v;
Sc CO'S ^
S A sM-
-U TBADS
• v E G E T A T O It *
haltimoek
***Aytä$ *$*$*****
* * H: Hi He 4« * tg : Jfi # '*»* #
V
■V
/-*
*
V,
V-
*
Ts
I
vi-
I
•v
V.
.. -V
A RELIABLE MANURE FOR
I
I
deavor to prepare the but fumure m»d.
evidence of our
fidence to all who have
y crop, and ask those
who have not to test its value with a small quan
titv. W. WH1TELOCK k CO.,
44 South Street,
Bai.timorr. Md.
$30.00 PER TOX.
$4.00 PEII BAG OF 160 POÜNDS.
We
in the United States, and as
success, appeal with c
used the article
* mnr 28- 3m
JttisceÜanrour..
k
A WEEK TO AGENTS. Fastest selling
articles out. Three valuable samples
för ten cents. J. BRIDE, 76? Broadway, N. Y.
mar21—4t.
#78
T
hair to a permanent black or brown and
tains no poison. Trude-supplied-at low rates. Ad
dress MAGIC COMB CO.. Springfield, Mass. 4t
^BSOLITE DIVORCES OBTAINED FROM
Courts of different States for desertions, Ac.
No publicity required. No charge tin »II divorce
grunted. Address, Ai. HOÜ8K, Attorney,
Nov 29-9m 194 Broadway, N. Y.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL THK LIFE
CHARLES SUMNER.
Full, complete nnd authentic. Sure to have a
large nnd rapid sale. Price low. Address Qua
kkii City Pi n. Co. 217 k 219 Quince St., Phila.
A pi il 4—4w
Agents Wanted ! Diploma awarded for Holman's
HEW PICTOBiAL BIBLES.
Address for circulars, A. J.
Ap4 4t
12^0 illustrations.
HOLMAN k CO., 930 Arch Si., Phila.
3 School Teachers Wanted
each county for the Spring and {Summer.—
$150 00 per month. Send for circular, which
gives full particulars. ZIEGLER k McCTRDY,
Apr 18—4t
Philadelphia. Pa.
it.
44 pSYCIIOMANCY, or SOUL CHARMING."
JL How either sex may fascinate and gain the
love and affections of any .person they chpose in
stantly. This simple mental acquirement all can
possess, free by mail,for 25c. together with a mar
riage guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to
Ladies, Wedding-Night Shirt. Ac. A queer book.
Address T. William k Co.. Puni., Fftim. tn2!-4t
J.
"EDEOGUAPHY." A new hook on the art of
writing by
Short-Hand the shortest, most simple, easy, and
comprehensive, enabling anyone in a short time
to report trials.speeches,sermons, Ac. The Lord's
Prayer
lid; a complete system of Phonetic
ritten with 49 strokes of the pen,and
minute. The unemployed should
learn this art. Price bv mail 50c. Agents waited.
Address T NY. EVANS A CO., 139 8. 7th St.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
140 words per
April4-4w.
CAMPHORINE!
THE UNIVERSAL MEDICINE
j
I
For tlie Household.
TRY IT. PRICK PER. BOTTLE. 25 CENTS
REIBKX HO VI Proprietor.
203 Greenwich Street, X
For sale: by all Druggists.
York.
may 2 -4w.
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT
Ready Mixed, 66 Shades.
Gallon runs. 5. ID. 90 Gal. lie«*.
CHEAP, BEAUTIFUL Äs LASTING . 1
S(,M liy all Paint Punters. I
ROBERT SHOEMAKER & CO..
PIIlUADKMMllA AUE.\TY•
X. E. Cor. 4th
(1 »..ce
s. Middletown, Del. 1
mar 21 -4t
J. P*. Fknimohe k Co., A gel
COUGHS, COLDS,'HOARSENESS, !
AX. 1» ALLTIIRO.it DISEASES, I
WELLS' CAItBOLTC TA BLETS j
PUT UP OM.V IN I1LLK BOXES.
A TUIK1) AND S U R K K K >1 K D Y. i
For sale hy Druggists.
"p
)ur nrnr.' iir- m '
EXTRA FAMILY MINCE MEAT,
j I
j
An article for Pi
prepared
*ad v fi
\ in the market.
IT IS THE BEST!
USE
THY IT!
j
y.
NO OTHER!
Sold l>v *no*f UvotvvH.
•tured by F. CON ROW A CO., 5 North |
Water Street, Philadelphia. No 22—12 1 i
i
xlracts all its strengt!
all its
itinui
ct.
for sale.
pr 21-41.
•a. The best thing ev
'rice
::it
; add
to a
it in r-pc
ial rights ,
DE WITT C. BROWN k CO..
078 Broadway. N. Y.
WOMAN TO THE RESCUE.
story ok
:vv nasAi
T. S. ARTHUR'S latcs
the
>t book, on
ern times,
and • Tkn
of
arkalde upi
i tel to his 'Man-Tkac
1 st
A fitting
.
ill arouse the people like
N Hi
trumpet
I sell like wildti
a low
<1 ii
•e, help to
late it.
t'sout
J. M. STODÜAKT a.
Apr4 4t
arded. Complete age
Choice terri tor
lip. of SI.
. Pliiln.
ailed
:('<». Put
du
SONGS 0 F G RACE & G LO R Y
The very best Si
W. F. Shcrwii
dflv-Srhool Sung Book.
By ;
P'*n- !
and S. J. Vail.
Itto p,
did IIVi
Music, Tinted Pape
•o in hoards, 53c.:
s. Choi
I
30 pet
•g
N *1
paper eov
pr
en is. ^t-aror
,sucd.)
re- eipt of
turn. READY MAY 1st.
HORACE WATERS k SON,
. New York. !
del
filled
481 Broad
n pr 8-41
Solar gas Generator
For Lighting Dwelling Houses,
I
HOTELS AND FACTORIES.
S. CROUTIIER, AGENT,
l Deal
121 SOUTH 7th STREET, PHILADELPHIA. (
npr 18-4t
in Gasol no, ,
Plunihc
-, Gas Fillet
Send for Circulars.
ii
;
; ^-DOMESTIC.'
i
i
g Mar hi
This Se
•est sa llrUnc
* K 1 v '
d is the
"Domestic"
tu tv it, apply lo DOMESTIC *S. M.
apr 18— It
•Adily.
, is paid for
to till* us
St
best of all to sell. It the
I Agent in v
CD., New
York.
lo stoke
•v s«II
At"
oi f|| URlT ;fl
D
..île. !
The Ligue»
In
Tin* people ye
dull times ! ! Show it t«> '
a man and he surrenders. It is sure every time, i
Don't bother with heavy Looks that nobody 1
ir is the thing that takes. Agents |
«1 Laught
31
F
It will
•11
for it.
wants. II
. Semi for circulars and
ted everywhe
a to
TO-DAY PUB CO., Philadelphia.
Apr4 4i
tra •<*
New York. Boston, or Chicago.
FLORENCE. ®
..
I KLORBNCK RK\VI\U MACIIINIS COMP'Y,
against the Singer, Wheeler k Wilson, and Gro
I ver & Baker Companies, involving over
8250.000.
i Is finally decided by the Supreme Court of the
U»U.<! 8«Mw « f«v 0 V of th. Fl;,ms« which
* t, * ne has broken ,he monopoly of high prices.
j VIIE HiKW l'LOREÎICE
Is the only machine llmt sews backward and for
ward, or to right and left. Simplest—Cheapest
—Best. Sold for Cash only. Special terms
to Clubs and Dealers.
» April. 1874 —4t Florkmc*. Ma*.
-*■
©ram,
lurnBfr,
& CO.,
• It
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Middletown, - Delaware.'
Having rehied' lie stun Lone* opposite the Xa*
tioiml IToiel, fbrn erly occupied by Ê. *f. litini
k Co., we ititcod doing a « otmn lésion huaiheoaiA
ORAIR OF A hi ; Kixbs,
iA kb Afcb hbiLotsti iAmé:
fertilizers ob A hi kikhs.
Farming Implements Of ATI Kindi.'
TtlE BEST IiRAKDS OF FLOUR,
FEED, SEEDS A HARDWARE,
tbAL t)F ALB ki.yds:
We shall make it a specialty to get ptire Seed«
direct from the gower.
We. wiU tHke Hi sell on, commission, nr we will
consign for any party, any kind of Produce, at a
small per cenfnge.
Cash will be »aid for Grain on e-y. wherd
there is a large quantity, If the seller should waal
Goods delivered in town free of cnnrgi.
Hoping to share a part of the public pHtrtnage
we will try to phase all.
8 A. WH.ITLÖ( K & CO.,
Opposite National ftoel.
Middletow n, Delà wars.
it.
21—ly
WM. A CoMBttt*.'
J. B. FOARD.
FOARD A COMEGYS,«
Grain Commission Merchants/
And wrtpLKÄxt.E anô r&7a:l upxt.rns it
Lime, Fertilizers,
G ÖÄL,
FLOUR, MEAL, FEED,
Af.SC,
AGRICULTURAL
4 *;,
IMPLEMENTS;
hamimok-s Celebrated obaiM ak*
PHOSPHATE DRILL.
Sole agents for
Also agents for the
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUA1T0;
Which we van sell
to Huit the light
of the tiiuea.
BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR.
All kinds of CO
sale nt tl
\L constantly on h*nd. and fvk
ie very lowest cast*
u.i.
STANTON MILLS
'l"ole| P °iv)will »1 nil
f.ni supply ofiijc
strw t
the public p
i'l ?b
w Sto
it
hov« articb
d hope. b. a
it a share of
[ Aug Mo-lVi
alten ti
business, to
inage.
.
E.T. EVANS. r.S. CüX
fSA.cc Junes, Jt *
^
E- T. Evans & Co»
MIDpLETOWX, DEL.,
äR.US
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
jhRALB AMD RKTAM. OBALkM
° ° A ^ L - L1M E ' F L ° v R -
)'EED, SEEP!,
FERTILiZERSi
;
!
!
Agricultural Implements, &o.
(
Best Ivchigb aid Schuylkill
Lerluud bituminous Coals
at all
ithracilo and <Ni
,
haail
»es.
Oct 18-tf.
; LUMBER & HARDWARE.
i
J. B. FENIMORE & CO,
i
flpponm THK DkfgV,
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE,
DKAtKfUl Itf ALL KINDS O*
Lumber and Hardware,
MUCKS, DTME, ITAIK. SASII, DOORS, BUNDS
mouldinos, Paints, oils,
GLASS. ETC. ETC.
Constantly on huud all kinds of
TjuiMing jVlatei*ieCl.
January 15—tf
!
'
i
1
|
I
j
a*
1
i j^UR CORONER. At the solicitation of many
friends, will be a candidate for tlic noiui
nation föt Coroner of New Cajole Coutit.v, sub-'
ject to the demiour ot the Democratic Party.
RICHARD GROVES.'
WHmiagtojs II«*., Feb. 2R. 1874—in.
| Q HBRIFFALi'y.—TO THK KKKlTCft» <>*
p New «; nî ue Çwunty— Gentlemea : V-ngwin
öfter myself u» your consitieratiow «a u Candida;«
for the office of Sheriff ; subject to ibt* deei-dnn
| of the Democratic Patty. And pledge-teyti.lf W
I give the nominee a. cheer fa 1 and hearty m pport.
| ReeuectTally.
P*»h °8-t* ::WilLUAM II. LAM!Mt'K«

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