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MIDDLETOWN
BRI & FRUIT FARM.
fi*
Peach Trees a Specialty.
A full supply wf Niv. S PEACH TREES of the
clioirest »tuple vartviics. Also, a limited
S|U>mtity of Early Beatrice, which is two weeks
earlier than Hale's Early, and by severe tests has
proven to be one of the very best shippers in the
wt)ole lists of Peaches. A few hundred of Fos
ter* s Seedling and some other new varieties. Also
APPLE, PEAE, PLUM, 0HEBEY,
wad other fruit trees Silver and Sugar Maple
and other shade trees. Also. Evergreen and oth
A choice lot of Osage
?r oroameutul trees.
Orange, Small Fruit Plants, Ac.
Catalogues free. Send for testimonals con
tenting Beatrice. Call and see or address
E. R. COCHRAN,
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MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE.
Oct U-tf,
PEACH TREES
AND
OSAGE GRANGE PLANTS
A SPECIALTY.
IE subscriber offers to his friends and the
public generally a very choice stock of
Young Peach Trees,
t^rwwn bv himself,) for the Fall of 1873 and
Spring of 1874, budded from the
Best Selections
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of market and family varieties. Also, a large
uud line lot of Osage Orange Plants for HEDG
ING and a general variety of small fruit plants,
jt-U' uf * hieb will 1 m* sold on reasonable terms to
fruit purchasers.
I would prefer persons (wishing to plant) to
_ .Muy Peach Tree* Iwfore purchasing elsewhere,
for i am sut is tied they will be pleased..
HENRY CLAYTON,
Mt. Pleasant,
Woodsidc Nursery, Aug. 17, '73. Delaware.
PEACH TREES,
A I 3 F L 35 TREES,
PEAR TREES, CHERRY TREES,
APRICOT TREES, MAPLE TREES,
LINDEN TREES,
EVERGREENS,—a choice lot for sale low.
STRAWBERRY, RASPBERRY, BLACKBER
RY PLANTS, ASPARAGUS, RHUBARB,
OSAGE ORANGE SETS,
• and many other thiugs for sale at moderate pri
«•et at Middletown Nnrwry and Fruit Farm. A
fcw dollar» judiciously invested in fruit and or
wunu'utal trees will sever be regretted Now is
the right lime to plant, and it costs no more to
du it now than it will when it becomes too late
A Un, r air« lot of «ally Cabbage, To- I
maius Egg and other plant« uow growing aiy^L
Vb ill be ready in due time. [upr 11 -9®P
E. R. COCHRAN.
M, Me ail Qrnameital Trees
FOR SALE,
AT THE
DIAMOND STATE NURSERY.
BO.ono Pewrh Trees, including all the best va
rietic*. Person» wishiag to purchase
W nml examine my stock before pur
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quested
chngiug elsewhere.
Apple ami Pear trees, Osage Orange Thorns,
Asparagus Plants, Strawberry, Blackberrj, Rasp
berry and Gooseberry Plants.
For Catalogue and Piioe-List, address
JAMES T. SHALLCROSS,
Middletown, Del.
Nov 8-6m.
DELAWARE CITY
rEACH TREES.
FllUE subscriber, having apain entered into the
JL business of raising Peach Trees for sale, of
fers u fine lot of assorted fruit suited for this Fall
or Spring of 1874. Having previously been in
the business many year», he can come before the
public with confidence that the trees he sells are
the kinds he represents them to be.
Hoping to share a portion of the public patron
age, he will attend to all communications prompt
ly. SA MULL LEWIS.
Delaware City, October 15, 1873-tf.
A Choice lot of Selected Varieties of
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PEACH TREES ,
For Spring planting. Will be sold low if ap
n Mas. M n. BÜDD, or
J.TUOS. BUDD.
plied for suon to
Middle-town, April 4—If.
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FURNITURE.
P 1 '
UNDERTAKING.
UPHOLSTERING.
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The undersigned respectfully announces to the
cl ti sens of Middletown and viclnitv that he
tub » ca bsn«l a large and well selected
stock of handsome and durable
Walnut and Other Furniture,
very cheap for cash. Buying
cash rates he Mi assured that he
which be will sell
«*■ eell ee law ne the aune goods enn he bought
eteewhere. By baying of him purchasers will be
weed the freight on their goods from the city,
tie ht also .prepared to sttend to
VMeHfthftiif Work
■etice, end in s manner excelled by
wishing Metallic or Woodea Caa
find It to their edrsntage to
MS Ms*, lie bas, elso,
TAX LOB A soar's
will
e may be dreeeed is Use finest fabrics
oiled, (mad can be seen at all limes)
«I dry cold air enters the Cachet.
MORUE «T. WILSON,
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Special Notice!
HAVING PURCHASED THE BALANCE OF
ZDZEjÄJSTS
CELEBRATED
Spring Cassimeres,
I WILL offer them to the buying
PUBLIC AT THE UNPRECEDENTED
LY LOW PRICE OF
75 CENTS PER YARD,
(Less 10 par cent. Discount for Cash.)
SAMPLES SENT BY MAIL TO PAR
TIES AT A DISTANCE IF AP
PLIED FOB SOON.
ALSO, A LARGE STOCK OF
Eastern Cassimeres
At 50c., 75c.
SUITABLE FOR
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR.
Samples Furnished on Application.
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No. 1 Cochran Square.
April 25th, 1874.— lm
MILLET SEED,
Orchard Grass Seed,
HUNGARIAN GRASS SEED,
Kentucky Bine Grass M,
RIO-TOP GRASS SEED,
GREEN GRASS SEED.
FOR SALE BT
E. T. EVANS & CO.
Well, this beats old Nick, that
S. A. WHITLOCK & CO.,
Opposite tbs National Hotel,
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE,
Will talc« in trade, at highest ui irket price, any
thing that is raised by the farmer for anything
kept in our fine—such as the best brands of
FLOTJR and FEED,
Manufactured by Messrs. Wm. Lea à Sons,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Snch as Wood's, Taber k Morse's Portable and
Agricultural Engines, Taylor's Steel-Tooth Hay
Rake, Catting Boxes, Plows, Hsrrews, Mowing
and Reaping Machines. All warranted made
from the beet material.
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS, FRESH,
White-washing Lime, (Jeckeou's,)
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Either by rail or water.
If wo do oot try to
». A. WHITLOCK *00.,
OI»« n< enll, *»d
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Jlrg <§oods and tërocemB.
To the Public.
fpHE subscriber would call the attention of
JL the public to his
Large and Well-Selected Stook of
GOODS,
Consisting in part of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
Queensware, Wood and Willow Ware, Earthen
and Stone Ware.
FISH, MEATS, &c.
And everything usually kept in a
FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE
All of which have been selected with
care, and will be
SOLD AT PRICKS
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TIMES.
Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere
NO CHARGE
FOR SHOWING GOODS.
Charles Tatman Jr.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
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M. L. HARDCASTLE.
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S. R. STEPHENS & CO.
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MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE.
NEW SPRING & SUMMER STOCK
AT CASH PRICES.
Dress Goods of various styles at a discount of 15
per cent, from cash prices. Alpacas, Reps,
Delaines, &c. Gentlemen's Wear,
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
And Satinets, all-wool and cotton-warp Kerseys
from 45 to 90 cents per yard.
Blankets, Comfortables, Coverlids,
Lap Robes, Horse Covers, Home-made Ker
sey Suits, men's and boys' Overcoats and
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Gum Overcoats,
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Gaps,
Gum Boots, Overshoes and Arctics, men's Fur
Gloves, Caps and Capes, Ladies' Sable and Er
mine Muffs,
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CABPBTS.
All-wool ingrain Cottage, Stair and Hemp Car
pets from 25 to 90 cts. per yard. Oil Cloth Suits,
Buck Gauntlets, Gloves, and Mitts.
GUNS, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES,
Wads, Tubes, Sbrcws, Rod Heads, Washrods,
Ramrods, Flasks, and Shot Pouches.
Duyera will please call and examine onr goods
as we are determined to sell CHEAP.
Nsv. 29—tf.
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Bind for eelf-meuurement circular.
J. P. DOÜOHTE»,
may U-tf 41« Harket st. Wilmington, Del.
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Itosiitfas (isards.
To the Public.
T AKE notice that the undersigned, from this
date, will have constantly on hand, at her
Store on Main street, Middletown, Delaware,
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
CHOICE CONFECTIONERIES,
Slioed Ham and G hipped Beef.
Also, everything in the Vegetable line in season.
Hoping to share a part of public patronage, I
to please.
shall do all I possibly
MRS. A. T. BRADLEY.
N. B.—Cash paid for butter and eggs,
march 21—ly.
THOMAS MASSEY, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKF.R,
Main Street, next door to National Hotel
Middletown, Delaware
LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, Ac. neatly and
promptly repareu.
Always on hand and for sale, Clocks, Watehes,
Plated Ware, Forks, Spoons, Silver Napkin
Rings, Silver Thimbles, Salt, Sugar and Tea
Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Ear
Rings, Finger-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Wateli
Chains, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch
Chains, &c.
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AB ENT FOR
De. rwn SPEC TA CLES.
Dec. 12—tf.
J. HERMANN'S
Monumental Marble Works
Coiner Delaware and Union Streets,
NEW CASTLE, DEL.
Monuments, Marble and Enameled
Slate Mantels
Furnished at short notice, & on reasonable terms
*
HE KEREN CHS.
M. CLKAVKB, PHILIP R. CLARK, ANDREW ELIASON
Sept. 4—tf
M .
M. E. DICKSON,
No. 35J SOUTH EIGHTH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA,
DEARER IN
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
SOLID STERLING
Silver and Plated Ware
Suitable for Holiday Presents.
N. B.—Fine selection of 18 Kt. Wedding Rings
on Hand.
Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles to suit all
ages.
Dec. 10—tf
SEWELL GREEN,

HtfTWISLE & CO.,
GENERAL
produce Commission Itierclianls,
of
Fruits, Poullryf*»Gamc, etc.
Oor. Chambers & Washington Sts.
NE W YORK.
J
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N. Valentine.
x York.
Ed. Entwisle.
Reference : North Rive
feb 28—tf.
Bank, Nt
J. C. HUNT.
R. K. COCHRAN.
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COCHRAN, NIX & CO.,
WHOLESALE
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IN
FRUITS AND PRODUCE,
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NO. 90 PARK. PLACE, N. Y.
Poultry for Christmas and New Year a Spe
cialty. In order to secure prompt sales of the
poultry we should receive it at least three days
prior to each.holiday.
Consignments solicited.
Dec 13-ly.
HILT & LUNING
IMPORTEIIS & DEALERS in WALL PAPERS,
WIKDOW SHADES.
Lambrequins, Cornices. Curtain & Picture Loops,
Tassels, Bands, Ac.
406 and 408 Arch Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
Paper and Shades hung by competent work
men in city or country. N. B.—Store Shades
made to order.
[apr ll-3m
AT JOHNSON'S
Fashionable Bool, Shoe anä Hat Store
1
In Smyrna, Del.,
of Ladies', Misses'
You will find a splendid li
and Children's Button GAITERS, made to order
and of varied styles to .make a selection.
Latest styles of HATS constat! ty oil hand. All
Goods at city prices.
Extra hand-made French Kip BOOTS aüd oth
er winter stock now offered at Cost.
R. M. & VV. T. JOHNSON,
Smyrna, Del.
Feb 21-I y
To the Public.
ff^HE undersigned respectfully informs th e cjt -
L teens of Middletown and vlcini
ty that he is prepared with excellent
Horses, Wagons and Carts to do all dSW«»'
kinds of hauling at moderate rates. Proprietors
of hotels and housekeepers will find it to their
advantage to give him a call. Coal and lumber
hauled at shortest notice Orders for baggage
or other parcels, left at the Post Office, will re
ceive prompt attention.
N. B.-75 Loads of good building Sand for sale.
Jan. 4—ly.
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Wll. W. WILSON.
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CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
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T HE undersigned have this day formed a Co
partnership under the firm name of EV ANS
A JOLLS, for tbs purpose of conducting tha
Grain and Fruit Ceramission business, and deal*
ing ia Lime, Coal, Fertilisers, etc., at Clayton,
Delaware. B. T. EVANS,
J. W. JOLLS.
Clayton, Del., April llth, 1874
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C. MA.ISEL,
TAILOR, (Prom Paris),
XSSI Chestnut Street,
'PHILADELPHIA.
ai—iy
§roff5sional
JOHN A. REYNOLDS,
Notary Public,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
J. M. BARR,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
CHESTERTOWN, MD.
Jan lT-3ms.
G. W. CRUIKSHANK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ELKTON, MARYLAND.
Will give prompt and careful attention to all
law or chancery business intrusted to him.
mar 14—3mos
Dr. J. J. V ANDERFORD,
DENTIST,
90G WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
Office Hours : / From 8 a. m. to 2 p. m.
\ 2}p.tn. toS.
apr 11—ly
D. J. BLACKISTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CticMtertown, Md.
Will give prompt attention to any business en
trusted to his care. Collections promptly made
and real estate bought and sold. [aprll ly
DE. THOS. H. GILPIN,!?
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REYNOLDS & CO.,
No. 915 Market »Street,
WILMINGTON, DLL 4 W ARE.
Conveyancers, Surveyors, Real Estate Agents,
Collectors of Accounts, Bills, Ac.
Houses and Lands rented, and rents collected ;
negotiated; Titles examined; Deeds,
Bonds, Mortgages, and other Legal papers care
fully drawn, and supervised by counsel perma
nently retained. Correspondence solicited.
Reference furnished.
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REYNOLDS A CO.,
No. 915 Market Street,
Wiimingtou, Del.
Jan 11—Cmo8
$7 éditai.
$7 éditai.
CORNS, BUNIONS.
! 1.
Corns —How they »tinjr, throb, ache,
feet. In vain
flourish the almrpc
•e cut, hack.lie»
a thing of mile
groans; nothin]
tor and Curat!v
ing Nails, ami all ail
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above tl
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Briggs'
rare for Corns, Bunions,
is of the feet.
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Piles ! Piles !
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be afllicted with it. The sleepl
fortahle days
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of medicine. Relief!» Im
The i
died. Thousands
results.
■dy is uiipnral-.
: using it with the must satisfactory
id r.
this
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Headache, Neuralgi
H ead2rl>e.
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the »peed
nd painful disea
sed it with i
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effect oi Dr. J. Briggs' Alle
the above mentioned
qluiHtR-iï I
complaints, it has never failed
Consumption. ™*
J. B. Briggs'*Throat urn
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•lief.
id dreaded disease
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Ur.
d Lung Healer is a pleasant,
dimly for Cough», Whooping Cough.
Bronchitis. Laryngitis, Sore Throat.
Cunsuuiption.aiul all disease» of the throat,lungs
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Croup
A 8 tit u
1 chest.
plentiful kind of grain In
has a
CORNS U« mark«.
pi'iy,
•d grands! re
voting ladies
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old child
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the little thrci-yea
to a hundred
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verging or
who daily
iddle
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appear young
it leather», kid gl
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duudi
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Iking »tick; the clergy
io. of all age« and stati
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clerk, artisan in
a full supply of
crntlor
by the
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e banished and cured
•d Bunion remedies, Alio via
. had nails
ns, hunh
. all of whicl
of the fe
se of Briggs' Corn
id Curative.
of the
and Scrofulous Humors. Piles,
1 all Disen»
Bunion», Bad Nails
LOrnS Feet, Can
Ac., skillfully and »
Irai Chirropodical a
New York.
»»fully treated
d Healing Institute. »1W7 Broadway,
k Co., Prop.
Du .1. Br
D r. Briggs' Remedies for »ale by
SAM'L R. STEPHENS & CO.
, Del.
Middle
March 21-ly.
Also for sale by IT. P. Baker, Odessa, Del.
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cures all Elumorfi from the worst 8crofnln tc
a common ÛIolcli or Plmplo. From two fc
six bottles are warranted to euro Snlt Khcuni
or Totter, Plmplo* on Face, Kotl»,Cnr
fcnnclc«, Fryslpcln* nml I.ivcr Com
plaint. Fix lo twelvo bottle», warranted to cure
tliO worstScrofnlonn Swellings and Sores
Pallia lit KSonce nnd Soro Throat «'
by JPoinon m Blood or mercurial treatment
By U» wonderful Pectoral properties it wil
tho most »ever® reepnt or the worst lingering
Cough In half the time required by any othei
medicine and is perfectly safe, loosening cough
soothing irritation, and relieving soreness. Sole
by all Ihwfdst*. H. Y. PIERCE, M. D.,
World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dec 2-8w
FOR SPRING CROPS
USE
BA.UGÏPS
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BONE
RAW
Super Phosphate
QUALITY HIGHLY IMPROVED,
AND
STANDARD WARRANTED to Evibt BUYER.
Rich in Ammonia and Soluble Phosphoric Acid
—especially adapted to Spring Crops
and to Top Dressing grass.
ALSO,
Pure Ground Bones,
Pure Bone Meal,
And Fertilizing Supplies.
Baugli & Sons,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS,
ornD«!«/ No - 30 8. UntAWAM Av*.. Philad'a.
BIUKba \No. 103 Son« Strict, Baltimore.
Feb 21 Sin.
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ISffilmiiijgton ^dwrtiscmcnts.
CARPET DEPARTMENT.
S=PIR,I£Ta- 187-st. PRICE LIST:
$1 75 to 2 60
1 25 to 1 65
1 35 to 1 5Ö
1 00 to 1 37
1 00 to 1 37
50 to 1 00
ENGLISH BRUSSELS,
TAPESTRY,
INGRAINS,
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AFT
ALL-WOOL AND COTTON CHAIN,
Rag, Cottage, Wool Dutch, &c., &c. A magnificent line of
ENGLISH DAMASK VENETIANS.
Many of the above goods are our own private designs, the whole
representing one of the best assortment of Carpetings ever offered
in this country.
OIL CLOTHS AT SPECIAL PRICES.
Notice —The Dry Goods Department is daily in receipt of New
Goods—both special importations and bargains—bought in open
market
Goods and Domestics, comprising some of the greatest bargains
ever offered to buyers.
We invite your attention to Silks, Woolens, Mourning
GRANVILLE WORRELL,
DRY GOODS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, «fee.,
820 AND 822 MARKET ST., MASONIC TEMPLE,
"Wilmington, Del.
February 28th, 1874.
228 E. MOORE, 228
Manufacturer of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
ON HAND, MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE AND BEST MANNER.
ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OF
PIECE GOOES, for Order Work.
228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del.
Apr. 22—ly
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In compliance with urgent requests f. om all parts of the
Peninsula, and in order to accede to the general demand
for a Reliable Fertilizer at a low price, we offer
to the public this new article, and
confidently recommend it to
Farmers, as
THE BEST MANURE FOR ITS PRICE EVER
OFFERED IN THE MARKET.
We wish it to be distinctly understood that the
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IS NOT prepared according to any empirical receipt which
has boen hawked about the country. Its composition is
the result of many experiments and analyses, and is entirely
original with us. It is NOT mixed with sand, dirt, or spy
other adulterant, but every article of which it is composed
is in itself a valuable manure, and we are enabled to offer it
at this low price, only because of our unrivaled facilities
in controlling our raw materials. We manufacture our
own Bulphurio Acid ; we grind our own Bone, and prepare
our own Ammoniacal matter, and with these unsurpassed
facilities, we claim to be able to produce a better and cheaper
fertiliser than any other concern in the country.
Farmen are earnestly requested» give the u SUN GUANO AND BONE
PHOSPHATE" a trial. It will be furnished at any Station on the Delaware
Rail Road, in lota of Five tons, and upwards, at the uniform prico of
$32 PER TOIT,
(Itm of freight charge*. This remarkably low prioe plaoea It within tho re o oh
of ovary fermer.
WALTON, WHANN, & CO.,
Wilmington, Del.
FOR SALE BY
E. T. EVANS & CO., Middletown, Del.
J. O. & H. STOKLEY. Smyrna,
ANDREW WOODALL, Georgetown, Md.,
AND ALL LOCAL DEALERS.
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CO-PARTNERSHIP.
rjMIE undersigned, heretofore doing business
1 under the name of E. Jefferson A Son. has
this day entered into co-partnership with George
W. Morrison, under the firm name of W. H. I
JEFFERSON A CO., for the transaction of the ]
grain and general shipping business.
W. H. JEFFERSON.
New Castle, Del., December 3d, 1873-tf.
w. a. jsrrBMON.
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MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY
AND
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MAGHINE SHOP.
Machine Outing*
ade to order.
{ Repairing Machi
fCKE A SON,
n and Machinlete.
LOWS and Plow Cud
of nil kinde on band <
Particular attention a1*4
aery. Cub for old
Jan 4-tf

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