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business OLD BANE. I am now ready for Biz H AVING ».»k n the|<>niire premises on the corner of Mum imhi H rond Sis., I bave fit r»<l up a L.idi**' nn.i G<m ilvinen's ICE CREAlk SALOON, on the grouml floor. No mere climbing up stairs; but a nice cool and pleasant room. . Ice cream furnished for parties and pic-nies, in large or small quantities, on reasonable terms. Families supplied with small cans, packed in ice. All kinds of plain-and fancy CAKES, foreign and domestic Fruits ; Kvrrhe» in season ; in fact you can* get anything at liice's Old Bank that Is generally kept in a Confectionery Store, And more too. The at can at call and as MINERAL WATER FOUNTAIN wiltsoou be in operation, fee for sale. msy 9-y E. B. RICE. To the Public. fJ^AKE notice that the undersigned, from this JL date, will have constantly on hand, at her Store on Main street, Middle town, Delaware, GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, CHOICE CONFECTIONERIES, Sliced Ham and Chipped Beef. to a all Also, everything in the Vegetable line in season Hoping to share a part of public patronage, I shall do all 1 possibly can to please. A. T. BRADLEY. MBS. N. B.—Cash paid for butter and eggs, march 21—ly. THOMAS MASSEY, JR. at of to CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, Mala Street* next d«or to National Hotel Middletown, Delaware C LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, Ac. neatly and promptly repared.| sale, Clocks, Watches, Always on hand and Plated Ware, Forks, I Spoons, Silver Napkin Rings, Silver Thimbles, Salt, Sugar and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Ear Rings, Finger-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Watch Charm, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch Chains, Ac. AGENT FOR De YIN NY'S SPECTACLES . Dec. 12—tf. BLACKSMITHING. undersigned hereby gives notice to the JL citizens of Middle own and vicinity, and to his old frieuds and cu»turners, that he has re moved from Fieldsborolo Middletown, and taken the shops formerly occupied by John C. Vanden braak, where he will curry on the Blacksmith business in all its branches. HOUSE-SHOEING Will be done i a mout particular and careful manner, and from long experience he feels as sured that he give complete satisfaction. CULTIVATOR teeth Made a specialty, and from the well-known and wide-spread reputation which he has long en joyed lor their the patronage of the farmers for these articles. facture to order the popular LIND HOE. jf^-Calj and learn prices. Respectfully, ufatture, he hopes to merit He will also rm JOHN LIND. mar 28-3mos SEWELL GREEN, ITH ENTWINE & CO., GENERAL Mice «mission ?t! (rehauts J Fruits, Poultry, Game, &c. 296 and 298 Greenwich St., And ITS Cbilmberi Street, NEW YORK. Ed. Entwisle. N. Valentine. Reference : North River Bank, New York, fob 28-tf. R. K. COCHRAN. :n.t J. 0. HUNT. COCHRAN, NIX Sc CO., WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I V FRUITS AND PRODUCE, NO. 90 PAUK PLACE, N. Y. Poultry for Christmas and New Year a Spe cially. In order to sceure prompt sales of the poultry we should receive it at least three days prior to each holiday. Consignments solirhed. Dec 13-ly. W. II. JANSEN, .'ITH JAS. WICKHAM & SON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Fruit a Specialty. No. 182 Reade street ajnd 5 Erie Buildings, N. Y Wilbur N. Wickham. Jambs Wickham. Reference—John Castfee, Esq., Pres. Irving Na tional Bank, New York City. [may 2-3m HILT & LUNING, IMPORTERS 4 DEALERS in WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES. Lambrequins, Cornicei. Curtain k Picture Loops, Is Bands, &c. 406 and 408 Arch Street, DELPHIA. iung hr competent work Irj. N. B.—Store Shades fapr )l-3m T PHILA per and Shades to city or coue made to order. Pa AT JOHNSON'S In Sm;rraa, Del., Yon will fiod a tple.üid Hoe of LhUm', Mime.' GAITERS, made to order make a selection. and Children's Untl and of raried atyles canstoaty on bond. All orylu of i dly prices Goods at such Kip BOOTS and .th hrnd at Coat A W. T. JOHNSON, Extra hand-made R. business d[ards. FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING. UPHOLSTERING. The undersigned respectfully announces to the citizens of Middletown and vicinity that he has cn hand a large aud well selected stock of handsome and durable law Walnut and Other Furniture ? which he will sell very cheap for cash. Buying at wholesale cash rates he feels assured that he can sell as low as the same goods can be bought elsewhere. By buying of him purchasers will be saved the freight on their goods from the city. He is also prepared to attend to Undertaking Work at short notice, and in a manner excelled by none. Persons wishing Metallic or Wooden Cas kets or Cases will find it to their advantage to call on him. lie has, also, TAYLOR & SOW'S Celebrated Corpse Preserver, The Corpse may be dressed in the finest fabrics and not be soiled, (and can be seen at ull times) as nothing but dry cold air enters the Casket. GEORGE W. WILSON, Practical Cabinet Maker and Undertaker, Febl-12m Dr. Office and Middletown Del 5 MARKET HOUSE. 1 The undersigned would respectfully announce to the public and the citizens of Middletown par ticularly that he has taken the store-house North Broad street, Middletown, Del., formerly occupied by David W. Kliason, having bought out his interest, where I will keep always on hand a well-selected stock of choice Groceries, Fruits, and Provision*, as well as a full supply of fresh Vegetables. Also, Fresh and Salt Meat,sliced,at all times. I will ulso keep an assortment of the is *■3 £ VERY BEST GROCERIES, at very low prices. My stock will consist of the very best articles that the market can afford, and will give entire satisfaction to the roost fastidious epicure. I will keep on hand a supply of Sauces of all kinds, viz: Ketchup, Celery, Horse-Radish. Canned Fruits of all kinds at low prices. Call and see and you will be satisfied. All kinds of Produce bought and satisfaction guaranteed. 1 will also buy all kinds of Poultry at market pri ces for cash, and it will be to the interest of all to call on me before selling or purchasing else where. jffit7*"Goods delivered free of charge. Oct 11—ly fully . S. S. HOLTEN. •Ô BLATCHLEY'S ; I Improved CUCUMBER WOOD £ PUMP, Tasteles , Durable, Ef < (5® ficieat and Cheap. The best «g. . Pump for the least money. At tention is especially invited to Blatchley's Patent Improved Bracket and new Drop Check ^ Valve,\\hieh ^ without removing the Pump or 03 disturbing the joints. Also,the ^ Copper Chamber, which never cracks or scales, and will oui he withdrawn S. last any other. For sale by Dealers k the Trade generally. In quire for Blatchley's Pump, and if not for sale in your town,send direct to CI1AS. G. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer, 606 Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by J. B. Ff.nimork k Co., Middletown, In Del. mar21-8m. J. HERMANN'S Monumental Marble Works Coiner Delaware and Union Streets, NEW CASTLE, DEL. Monuments, Marble and Enameled Slate Mantels Furnished at abort notice, k on reasonable terms ? REFERENCES. U. M. CLEAVER, PHILIP R. CLARK, ANDREW KLIASON Sept. 4—tf_ J S. A. Whitlock & Co ■» SOLE AGENTS FOR HARBERT & RAYMOND'S Attricnltural Implements, MIDDLETOWN , DELAWARE. may 2—tf. _ M. E. DICKSON, No. 35$ SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, DEALER 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. Geld, Silver and Steel Spectacles to suit all ages. Dec. 10—tf l Y Na To the Public. T HE undersigned respectfully izens of Middletown and vicini ty that he is prepared with excellent Horses, Wagons and Carts to do all 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 Offit*, will re ceive prompt attention. N. B.-75 Loads of good building Sand for sale. Jan. 4—ly. WM. W. WILSON. informs the cit WM. B. RINGGOLD. JOS. 0. NAUDAIN. M.C.R. DAGER. WM. S. KINGGOLD & G0., WHOLESALE PEODUCI AND FRUIT Commission Merchants, No. 898 South Front Street, May »-Sa PHILADELPHIA. C. MAISEL, TAILOR, (From Paris), 1891 Cheatnat Street, PHILADELPHIA. All .th *1-1/ professional. JOHN A. REYNOLDS, Notary Public, MIDDLETOWN, DEL. J. IN. BARR, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. CHESTKRTQWN, MD. O Jan 17-3ms. 8 7 10 10 10 10 G. W. CRU1KSHANK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ELKTON, MARYLAND. Will give prompt and careful attention to all law or chancery business intrusted to him. mar 14—3 m os 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 1 1 1 1 1 Dr. J. J. V ANDERFORD, DENTIST, 906 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Office Hours : f From 8 a. m. to 2 p. ra. \ 2J p. m. to 6. apr II—ly 2 D. J. BLACK1STON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 2 diegtertown, Md. Will give prompt attention to any business trusted to his care. Collections promptly and real estate bought and sold. de [aprl 1 ly DR. THOS. H. GILPIN, 3 5 3 1 DENTIST, s is P. 3 4 5 6 7 8 g *■3 ,8 MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, $ £ Feb 14-ly. REYNOLDS & CO., at No. 915 Market Street, WILMINGTON, DEL AW ARE. Conveyancers, Survcx ors, Real Estate Agents, Collectors of Accounts, Bills, &c. Houses and Lands rented, and ts collected ; Loans negotiated; Titles examined; Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, and other Legal papers care fully d uently retained. Corresponde Reference furnished. n, and supervised by counsel perma solieited. REYNOLDS k CO., No. 915 Market Street, Wilmington, Del. 5, Jan 11—Gmos J. THOMAS BUDD, Conveyancer aii Real Estate Apt ! OFFICE IN TRANSCRIPT BUILDING, S. Broad St., near Main, Middletown, Delaware A large lot of VALUABLE FARMS AND TOWN PROPERTIES In all parts of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Call aud examine. Correspondence by mail solicited. REFERS BY PERMISSION Gen. Robert Patterson, 2d below Chestnut St. Philadelphia. John C. Bullitt, Attorney at Law, South 3d street, Phila. Hon. R. C. Holiday, Sec. of State, A lis, Md. W. R. Bergholz, Memphis k El Paso Pacific Railroad, N. V. R. Atkinson, Banker, 41 Broad st. N. Y* Hon. Richard Schell, 50 Wall " " Col. Blanton Duncan, Louisville, Ky. ipo may 2—ly «I Î 8 H R Gift enterprise The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the country 1-60,000.00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS ! ! TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN E. Ü. SINE'S 1671 li Regular monthly GIFT ENTERPRISE, To bo drawn Monday, Juno 8th, 1874. TWO GRAND CAPITALS OF $5,000 IN GREENBACKS Two Prizes $1000 * I Five Prizes $500 g \ Greenbacks I Ten Prizes $100 5 ( l Horse k Buggy, with silver-mounted Harness, worth $G00. 1 fine-toned rosewood Piano, worth $550. 10 Family Sewing Machines, worth $100 each. 5 gold Watches and Chains, worth $300 each. 5 gold American Hunting Watches,worth $125 each. 10 Ladies' Gold Watches, $100each. 800 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches (in all,) worth from $26 to $300 each ; Coin Silver Vest Chains, Double-plated Sil Jewefry, kc. kc. Number Gifts, G,500. Tickets Limited to 60,000. ßSr- Agents Wanted to sell Tickets, to whom Liberal Premiums will bepAid. Single Tickets $1.00; Six Tickets $5.00 ; Twelve Tickets $10; Twenty-five Tickets $20.00. Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de scription of thj manner of drawing, and other information in reference to the Distribution, will be sent to any one ordering them. All letters must be addressed to MAIN OFFICE, 101 W. FIFTH St. May 2—ly. ver-ware L. D. SINE, Box 86, CINCINNATI, O. JOHN HORTON, AUCTIONEER, Boeeuaor to J, McCURDY 4t CO., 506 Market St., Philadelphia, Fa. Regular Sale« of BOOTS and SHOES (Balmo ral,, Buckle Brogans, fine Gal/ Boote, Congreae Gaiters, Kid Slippers, Ac.,) by Catalogue, EVERY WEDNESDAY, sit 10 o'clock. Our sales embrace some of the best City and Eastern mode work, put np in daiens, nr by the case, expressly Ibr retail trade. may 2-41 PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAILROADS. A. Delaware Division Time Table. FALL ARRANGEMENT. O N and after Monday, Oct. 20th, 1878, (Sundays ex cepted,) Trains will leave as follows: SOUTHWARD. Passenger. Mixed. NORTHWARD. Passenger. Mixed Arrive. 11 45 6 10111 30 1 151 8 l&i 3 60 10 15 4 40: 9 £6 9 55 4 20 9 32 9 45 4 10) 9 411 4061 9 331 3 69 9 29 3 54 8 53 tional k 8 30 6 15 11 301-Philadelphia 7 30 2 45 7 30;-Balt into 10 10 6 35 12 65 -Wilmington 10 .32 6 55 1 20 -New Cattle 10 35 7 00 )-State Road 10 45, 7 08 I-Bear !-Rod ... 1 65-Kirkwood- -Mt. Pleasant- ' 10 50 7 16 10 67 7 20 11 07 7 31 11 25 7 51 2 28 -Middleto 11 34 11 39 11 48 11 56 12 01 8 27 12 09 8 34 12 24 8 46 4 00 -Dover— 12 32 8 54' 4 12 -Wyoming 1240 9 00 -Woodstde 12 45 9 071 Canterbury 12 60 9 13 4 40 -Felton 1 04 9 29 5 1 16, 9 38 6 17 - F 1 26 9 49 6 32 1 37 10 00 5 60 1 68 1C 18 6 17-Seaford ! 6 40 -Laurel - I 7 00 -Del mar Arrive. 9 19 3 43' 8 36 9 09 3 33 8 20 2 45 -Townsend- 8 61 3 14 8 01 -Blackbird- 8 43 3 05 7 42 !-Green Spring-! 8 34. 2 551 7 31 , 8 29 2 49 7 21 8 21 2 39 7 06 -Moorton- 1 8 14 2 31 6 f4 ! 8 03 2 20 6 34 7 56 2 09 6 18 7 49 2 00 6 02 7 48 1 531 5 62 1 7 36 Harrington- 7 25 1 30 5 20 ington Greenwood-; 6 58 1 03 4 40 Bridgeville 8 01 B 07 8 16 8 21 3 18-Clayton— -Brcnford 46 6 42 7 08 1 15 4 66 direct small there 6 48 12 62 4 20 6 30 12 34 3 43 ,12 16. 3 12 112 00 2 46 2 12 2 251 The mixed train will be freight business, aud will stop only at stutlons H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent subject to delays incident where it. is given. May 9—ly. we WILMINGTON AND READING RAILROAD. O N and after Monday, April 20th, 1874, trains will run over Reading Branch to and J. n. from Reading without change of cars, on follow ing time : STATIONS. Going Xorthwnrd. No. 5. No. 3. No. 7. P. M. A. M. A. M, 3 45 7 30 4 35 8 23 5 35 9 20 6 30 Coatesville, 6 45 10 10 7 33 Springfield, 7 25 10 40 8 10 Birdsboro', 8 00 11 10 8 45 Reading, Leaving Southward No. 2. No. 4. No. 6. noon, P. M. P.M. 9 15 6 50 Wilmington, Chnddsfnrd, 8 25 711 7 20 5 00 7 10 6 24 4 15 6 10 C 52 3 45 3 45 5 20 3 15 5 00 CONNECTIONS. At Wilmington, with trains on Philadelphia, Wilmington k Baltimore, and Delaware Rail roads ; at Chaddsford, with trains on Philadel phia & Baltimore Central Railroad ; at Coates ville, with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad, and at Reading, with trains on Philadelphia k Read ing, Lebanon Valley, Hast Pennsylvania, and Reading k Columbia Railroads. C. STOLZ, General Superintendent. or SASSAFRAS RIVER. nPHE steamer "TRUMPETER" being now i J- complete order,will resume her trips on Sat urday, the 1st of March, 1873, leaving Pi 5, Light street wharf, Baltimore, ever}' Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 10$ a. m., arriving in Georgetown at 4 p. m. Returning Georgetown the alternate days at 8 a. m., arriv ing in Baltimore at 2 p.m.; tom bing at Buck Neck, Barnards, Betterton, Turner's Creek, Cas sidays, Slmllcross, and Fredericktown, going and returning. We sincerely trust that the fri hitherto existing betwe ter, her patr ill leave All dly relations the steamer Trumpc , and the public generally, may of which very best. WM. CUNDIFF, Capt. r less ; for the perpetuati •er be found striving ill mar 1-1 y full strict the LOVERS OF FINE POULTRY ! The undersigned would respectfully call y attention to the choice collections of FINE FOWLS vhich he is now offering for sale (for breeding purposes) at very low prices, considering the high standard of their pedigree. The varieties consist of the following : "DARK BRAMAS" bred from "'WILLIAMS," " HERSTINES " und "IMPORTED STOCK." "PARTRIDGE COCHINS," bred from IMPOR TED STOCK. 'BUFF COCHIN'S Bred from " CHURCH MAN'S STOCK." BRONZE TÜRK1ES, from B. F. Lewis' prize Stock. EGGS of all the above for sale. Call and ex amine them, or address HENRY CLAYTON, MT. PLEASANT, DELAWARE. January 17, 1874-lyr. RHODES' AMM0NIATED ! ^- Ph0 *P\ I de J OmOr TRADE MARK. 4 e c 0 6Q ded and 0^ FOR ALL CROPS. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, J. M. RHODES &. CO., 80 South Street, Baltimore, Md. Represented by Messrs. FOARD k COMEGYS, Sole Agents at Middletown, Del. [raay9-3m Wool! Wool THE highest market price will be paid for Wool, either in large or 1 small quantities, delivered as fol O. lows : Duwee's Hotel, Kennedyrille, Md. on Mondays. Jno. M. Ford's, Masseys, Md., Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Jos. Biggs', L. P. McDowell's, Middletown, Del., Fridays and Saturdays. GHEEN k McDOWELL. may 16-2t Cecilton, Md., Thursdays. and the u P SYOHOMANCY, or 8oul Charming." H»w either eex may fascinate sad gain the af fections of any person they chooee inatnntly. This simple, mental acquirement nil can possess, free, by mail, for 25c. together tritb a marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle,Dreamt, Hints to Ladies, Wedding-Night Shirt, Ac. A queer book. Ad dress T. WILLIAM A CO. Pubs., Phila. ml6-4t (grain, lumber, deed, to. A. T. BRADLEY, WITH S. i WHITLOCK & CO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Middletown, Delaware. Having rented the storehouse opposite the Na tional Hotel, formerly occupied by E. T. Evans k Co., we intend doing a commission business ia GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, LAND AND BUILDING LIME, FERTILIZERS OF ALL KINDS, Farming Implements of All Kinds. ' THE BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR, FEED, SEEDS & HARDWARE, COAL OF ALL KINDS. • We shall make it a specialty to get pure Seeds direct from the grower. We will take to sell on commission, or we will consign for any party, any kiud of Produee, at a small per centage. Cash will be paid for Grain on car, where there is a large quantity, if the seller should want it. Goods delivered in town free of charge. Hoping to share a part of the publie patronage we will try to please all. S. A. WHITLOCK k CO., Opposite National Hotel, Middletown, Drlawabi. mar 21—ly WM. A. OOMSttTS. J. n. FOARD. FOARD & COMEGYS, Grain Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DIALERS IN Lime, Fertilizers, COAL. FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, A«., ALSO, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Sole agents for HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND PHOSPHATE DRILL. Also Agents for the SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, Which we can sell on terms to suit the tight ness of the times. All kinds of COAL constantly on hand, and for sale at the very lowest cash rates. STANTON MILLS BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR. Having opened our new store opposite the Na tional Hotel, we will at all times keep full supply of the above articles, and hope, by a strict attention to business, to merit a share of the public patronage. hand a [Aug 30-1T. E.T. EVANS. F. S. COX. ISAAC JONES, Jr. E. T. Evans & Co. MIDDLETOWN, DEL., GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND WHOLUALB AND RETAIL D1ALI1UI IN COAL, LIME, FLOUR, FEED, SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, Agricultural Implements, &o. Best Lehigh and Schuylkill anthracite and Cum berland bituminous Coals on hand at all times. Oct 18-tf. LUMBER & HARDWARE. J. B. FENIMORE Sc CO. Opposite thb Depot, MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, DEALERS IV ALL KINDS OF Lumber and Hardware, BRICKS, LIME, HAIR, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. ETC. Constantly on hand all kinds of be or Building Material. January 15—tf Porous Drain Tile, D af Ad Egg Shaped, 2 to 1 inches Calibre. Roand, with Collar, 1} to 2} inches Ce libre. W. M. BELL, Shtuu, Dm.. Snccwaor to Allen A Bell Address apr It-7m. — and : POPULAR PRICES. If SUNS GÙSlk $32 $32 AND Per JolP^E PHOSPHAT! pgp Jon • wt ■ »"■j Manufactured MË ■ b' In compliance -with urgent requests torn all parts of the Pe ni nsu l a, and in order to accede to the general for a Reliable Fertilizer at a low price, we offer to the public this new article, and confidently recommend it to Farmers, as THE BE8T MANURE FOR IT8 PRICE EVER OFFERED IN THE MARKET. We wish it to bo distinctly understood that the ii » HO 10 BONE PHOSPHITE I» IS NOT prepared according to any empirioal receipt whioh has been 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 any other adulterant, but every article of which it is composed is in itself a valuable manure, and we are enabled to it at this low price, only because of our unrivaled ffrcilitiea in controlling our raw materials. We manufacture our own Sulphurio 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 fertilizer than any other concern in the country. Farmers are earnestly requested to give Ihe " SUN GUANO AND BONE PHOSPHATE" a trial. It will be furnished at any Station on the Delaware Rail Road, in lota of Five tone, and upwards, at ihe uniform prioo of $32 FEB. TON, free of freight charge«. This remarkably low price piaoes it within the reaoh of every farmer. WALTON, , k CO., Wilmington, Del. FOR SALE BY E. T. EVANS & CO., Middletown, Del. J. C. & H. STOKLEY. Smyrna, ANDREW WOODALL, Georgetown, Md., AND ALL LOCAL DEALERS. BAHAMA SOLUBLE GUANO, A FERTILIZER OF HIGH GRADE, RICH IN SOLUBLE PHOSPHATES AND AMMONIA, AND ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO SPRING CROPS. For Corn, Oats, Garden Vegetables, Peach Trees, and Berries, This Guano will be found to be Unsurpassed. FARMERS ARE EARNESTLY REQUESTED TO GIVE THE BAHAMA SOLUBLE GUANO A TRIAL. IN ITS EFFECTS ON CROPS, IT IS FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN GUANO, WHILE IT LEA VES THE LAND IN A FAR MORE FERTILE CONDITION. For Sale by FOARD & COMEGYS, Sole Agents, MID DLETOWN, DEL. _ WHITELOCK'S VEGETAT0R, *1* VEOETATOB BALTIMORE * ** 1<>° .»*** ***^ÄIS^* 4 A RELIABLE MANURE FOR Oats, Potatoes, Corn, anü Tobacco. $50.00 PER TOM. $4.00 PER BAG OF 160 POUNDS. We endeavor to prepare the bat manure made in the United States, and aa an evidence of our success, appeal ever need the article on any crop, i who have not to teat Its value with tity. with confidence to all who have and ask those a email qnan W. WH1TELOCK A CO., 44 South Street, Bxltiuoki, Md. mar 2t-3m FOR SPRING CROPS USE BAUGH'S OT MRK BONE RAW Super Phosphate QUALITY HIGHLY IMPROVED, AND STANDARD WARRANTED Rich in Ammonia and Soluble Phosphoric Acid —especially adapted to Spring Crops and to Top Dressing grass. AUK), Pure Ground Bones, Pure Bone Meal, And Fertilizing Supplies. Baugh & Sons, IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS, STAPF«/ Ne. 20 S. Diuviu An., Pbilad't. aTUBMi \N 0 .103 South Sthhht, Baltimore. Feb 21-3m. Every BUYER.