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®ime habits. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND HALT INURE RAILROADS. Delaware Division Time Table. FALL ARItANGEMBNT. O X And after Monday, Oct. 20th, 1873, (Sundays ex cepted,) Trains will leave as follows: NORTHWARD. Passenger. Mixed ' SOUTHWARD. Passenger. Mixed. | Arrive. 8 30 5 15 11 30 -Philadelphia-11 45 6 10 11 30 7 30 2 45 7 30 -Baltimo 10 10 0 35 12 56 -Wilmington 10 32 6 66 1 20 -New Castle 10 35 7 00 10 45 7 08 10 50 7 1« 10 57 7 20 1 55 -Kirkwood -Mt. Pleasant 1 15 8 15 3 50 10 15 4 40 9C5 0 55 4 20 9 32 0 45 4 10 0 41 4 00 9 33 3 69 9 29 3 54 8 53 9 19 3 43 8 35 9 09 3 33 8 20 1 8 61 3 14 8 01 i 8 43 3 05 7 42 .Spring--1 8 34 2 55 7 31 8 29 2 49 7 21 ! 82 8 14 2 31 IW4 8 03 2 20 0 34 7 50 2 09 0 18 7 49 2 00 0 02 7 43 1 53 5 52 7 30 1 40 5 42 7 25 1 30 6 20 State It «ad Bear -— 11 07 7 31 11 25 7 61 2 28 -MlddUtow 11 34 8 01 2 46 -Townsend Blackbird er ; 11 39 8 07 11 48 8 16! 11 55 8 21 318 12 01 8 27 12 09 8 34 12 24 8 4« 4 00 12 32 8 54 4 12 12 40 9 UO 12 45 9 07 12 50 9 13 4 40 -Felton 1 04 9 29 6 05 -Hat riugtmi 1 16 9 38 6 17 1 26 9 49 5 32 1 37 10 00 6 50 1 58 1C 18- 6 17 2 12 2 25 2 39 7 06 Brciitbrd -M D Wy -W Id I i 1 15 4 6ft Farmington— od- « 58 1 03 4 40 lie- 6 4S 12 f>2 4 20 - 6 30 12 34 3 43 -12 16 3 12 Brida rd «40 -Laurel - De I 7 y u r. I, Arrive. subject to delays incident stations where II. F. KKNNT.Y, in will h» The mixed to freight business, mid will stop only time is given. May 9—ly. WILMINGTON AND READING | RAILROAD. Superintendent. fter Monday, April 20th, 1874, trains will run over Reading Branch Io und from Heading without change of cars, on follow ing time : o N and | STATIONS. Leaving Southward. Xo.2. No.4. No. «. no«n, IV M. 1VM. Wilmington, 9 15 6 50 8 2ft 7 11 7 20 5 00 7 10 6 24 4 1ft 6 10 6 52 3 45 3 45 5 20 3 1ft 5 00 Going Northward. No. 5. No. 3. No. 7. 1» M. A. M. A M, 3 45 7 30 4 35 8 23 5 35 9 20 6 30 CoulesvlUe, 6 45 1010 7 33 Spiingfield, 7 25 10 40 8 lo Birdsboro', 8 00 11 10 8 45 Reading, CONNECTIONS. Chaddslbrd Philadelphia, At Wilmington, with trains Wilmington & Baltimore, and Delaware Bail roads ; at Chaddsfnrd, with trains on Philadel phia & Baltimore Central Railroad ; at Coates* ville, with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad, and at Reading, with trains ou Philadelphia k Read ing, Lebanon Valle;, Eus Reading k Columbia Railroads. ia. and Pennsylv C. STOLZ, General Superintendent. ÉÉ£For SASSAFRAS RIVER. T HE steamer "TRUMPETER" being now in complete order, will resume her trips urday, the 1st of March, 1873, leaving 5. Light street wharf. Baltimore, every Thursday and Saturday, at 10$ A. M., .., in Georgetown at 4 i*. m. Returning will leav Georgetown the alternate days at 8 a. m.. •hing at Pu k Sut Pier No. Tuesday, i iving ing in Baltimore at 2 p M.; rds, Betterton, Tur •r's Creek, Cas Ncck, Ba sidays, Shallc and returning. > . We sincerely trust that the friendly relations the steamer Trumpe- | , and Fredcricktown, going hitherto existing betw ter, her patrons, and the public generally, may i *r grow less: for the perpetuation of which ! best. i WM. CUND1FF, Capt. lievi be found striving our e will ev mar l-l.v LOYERS OF FIRE POULTRY! The undersigned would respectfully call your attention to the choice collections of FINE FOWLS which he is now offering for sale (for breeding purposes) at very low prices, considering the high standard of their pedigree, varieties consist of the following : I hi 1 "DARK BRAMAS" bred from "WILLIAMS," " HERSTINES" and "IMPORTED STOCK." " PARTRIDGE COCHINS," bred from IMPOR TED STUCK. CHURCH BUFF COCHINS." bred from MAN'S STUCK." BRONZE TURKIES, 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. Peach Baskets. L IBERAL contracts mad» for baskets, if ap plied for this month. F E. R. COCHRAN, Middletown, Del. apr 11—tf M. C. R. DAUER. WM. 8. RINGGOLD. 408. C. NAUDAIM. WM. S. RINGGOLD & CO., WBOLUALI PRODUCE ADD PKUIT Commission Merchants, Ha. 833 Booth Promt Street, PH1UDN.PIIU. IIay S-Jm. jeach $rees and plants. MIDDLETOWN NURSERY & FRUIT FARM. Peach Trees a Specialty. A full supply of No. 1 PEACH TREES of the choicest staple varieties. Also, a limited quantity of Early Beatrice, which is two weeks earlier than Hale's Early, and by severe tests has proven to be «me of the very best shippers in the whole lists of Peaches. A few hundred of Fos ter'8 Seedling and some other new varieties. Also law APPLE, PEAR, PLUM, CHERRY, and other fruit trees. Silver and Sugar Maple ! and other shade trees. Also. Evergreen and oth er ornamental trees. A choice lot of Osage ; Orange, Small Fruit Plants, Ac. Catalogues free. Send for testimonnls con cerning Beatrice. Call and see or address ! E. R. COCHRAN, MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE. Oct 11-tf, PEACH TREES, APPLE TREES, : PEAR TREES, CHERRY TREES, | APRICOT TREES, MAPLE TREES, ! LINDEN TREES, I 1 1 H EVERGREENS,—a choice lot for sale low. STRAWBERRY, RASPBERRY, BLACKBER | RY PLANTS, ASPARAGUS, RHUBARB, OSAGE ORANGE SETS, I if* and many other things for sale at moderate pri ces at Middletown Nursery and Fruit Farm. A few dollars judiciously invested in fruit and or be regretted Now is d it costs do it now than it will when it becomes too late. X c . mt mental trees will nev the right time to plant, nmre to E. R. COCHRAN, •l.v Cabbage, To P. S.—Also, a nice lot of mato, Egg and other plants now growing will be : [apr 11 -3t ady in due time. Fruit, Slate and Ornamental Trees 1 EOIl S ALE, AT THE DIAMOND STATE NURSERY. ] 00.000 Peach Trees, including nil the best va rieties. Persons wishing to purchase are re d examine my stock before pur trees, Osage Orange Thorns, i quested to chasing elsewhere. Apple and P Asparagus Plants, Strawberry, Bladtberr}, Kiwsp d Gooseberry Plants. For Catalogue and Piice-List, address JAMES T. SI I ALLO BOSS, •all berrv . | Middletown, Del. Nov 8-6m. DELAWARE CITY i ! i PEACH TREES. tered into the rilHE subscriber, having again X business of raising Peach Trees for sale, of sorted fruit suited for this Fall Having previously been in before the lie sells are fers a fine lot of or Spring of 1874. the business many years, he c public w ith confidence that the 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. SAMUEL LEMS. Delaware City, October 15, 1873— «I*. A Choice lot ef Selected Varieties of PEACH TREES , 1 For Spring planting. Will be sold low it ap plied for soon to Mns. M H. BUDD, or 1 J. THUS. BUDD. Middletown, April 4—tf. MARKET HOUSE. The undersigned would respectfully announce to the public and the citizens of Middletown par ticularly that be has taken the store-house on North Broad street, Middletown, Del., formerly occupied by David \V. Eliason, having bought out his interest, where 1 will keep always on baud a well-selected stock of choice Groceries, Fruits, and Provisions, as well as a full supply of fresh Vegetables. Also, Fresh and Salt Meat,sliced,at all limes. I will also keep an assortment of the ex 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 most fastidious epicure. I will keep on htiitd a simply of Sauces of all kinds, viz : Ketchup, Celery, Horse-Radish. Canned Fruits of all kinds at low prices. Call and seè and you will he satisfied. All kinds of Produce bought and satisfaction guaranteed. 1 will also buy all kinds ol 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. »'Goods delivered free of charge. Octll-ly 8. S. HOLTEN. ap Del. CORN WANTED. O NE hundred acres of 3ugar Corn, delivered at Sellera' Evaporating Factory, Middle town, Delaware, on and after Sept. 10, 1874.— Seed selected uud furnished to grewers st coet. O. O. SELLERS, Agent. may 9-21 JOHN A. REYNOLDS, Notary Public, MIDDLETOWN, DEL. • rntlE I yards, J. M. BARR, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. CHESTERTOWN, MD. S Jan l7-3ms. G. W. CRUIKSHANK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, A straps good ELKTON, MARYLAND. Will give prompt and careful attention to all law or chancery business intrusted to him. mar 14—3mos Dr. J. J. VANDERFORD, DENTIST, 906 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Office Hours; f From 8 a. m. to 2 p. ra. \ 2jp.m.to«. apr 11—ly 3 D. J. BLACK1STON, : ATTORNEY AT LAW, f X eijcstcrtown, Md. Will (five prompt attention to any business en trusted to his care. Collections promptly and real estate bought and sold. ! da [aprllly DR. THOS. H. GILPIN, btr I 1 1 H If ; 2 ! 3 I DENTIST, s if* i -5 and = ; at < 1 - 's 5 X •Î i MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, Feb 14—ly. c . . REYNOLDS & CO., No. 91ft Market Street, WILMIKGTON, DELAWARE. | Conveyancers. Sur vex ors. Real Estate Agents, Collectors of Accounts, Bills, &c. ■ 1 ts collected ; Titles examined ; Deeds, Houses and Lands rented, and mns negotiated ; Bonds, Mortgages, and other lA*g«l papers e fully drawn, and supervised by counsel perma nently retained. Correspondence solicited. Reference furnished. L at REYNOLDS k CO., . No. 9i5 Mahkkt Strkrt, Wiluiinglou, Del. Jnn 11—6mos J. THOMAS BUDD, CsnsyBtraii Real Estate Apt ? OFFICE IN TRANSCRIPT BUILDING, S. Broad St., Maiu, Middletown, Delaware. A large lot of VALUABLE FARMS AND TOWN PROPERTIES In all parts of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Call and examine. Correspondence by mail solicited. ! REFKKS BY PERMISSION TO Gen. Robert Patterson, 2d below Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Johu C. Bullitt, Attorney at Law, South 3d street, Phila Hon. R. C. Holiday, See. of State, Annapo- ! lis, Md. W. R. Bergholz, Memphis k El Paso Pacific | Railroad, N. Y. R. Atkinson, Banker, 41 Broad st. N. Y» Hon. Richard Schell, 50 Wall " " Col. Blanton Duncan, Louisville, Ky. may 2—ly 1 THE H A M BL ETON IA N STALLION LIBERTY, Will make the Sprint; senson Ht Middletown,Del. commencing April 1st. TERMS . For one mare, $40.00; two mares, $05 00 per mare. in every case, $5.00 ot the above Amounts shall he dite as certain money, and the baluuce when the mare proves to lie with foal. An inspection of his colls is invited. Premiums of $100 offered for the get of'74. For fuller particulars, apply to Hambletoman Stock Association mar 21—tf. I the of 1 pri all Middletown, Del. JOHN'S HORSE POWDERS, (IMPROVED.) IGHLY recommended for Lori of Appetite, Hide Bound, Dielemper, Coughs, Quids.Ac. CH AMBERLA IN E, Apotuzuakv, Middletown, Del. H Prepared ouly by mar 2l-3m WANTED-A GOOD FARM, With (or without) stock and implements, Ac., in exchange for valuable improved property in Now York City and vicinity paying a remunera tive interest. Address JOHN P. R. POLK, Attorney at Law, Wilmingtun, De apr 18 — tf 1. offor JSale and Kent FOR RENT. • rntlE valuable Basinets Stand and Dwetllnc, I with excellent Stable, Carriago Hanse, ana yards, on the N. E. corner of Main and Casa Sts., Middletown, Del. Alitily to J. THOS. BDDD, 31—tf. Agent for J. B. Deakyne. FOR RENT. S TORE No. 1 Town Hall is for rent. Apply to E. M. HANSON, Middletown, Del. apr 11-tf FOR SALE. A first-class second-hand "Russell" Thresher, straps and everything in complete order, and as good as new. Also, a Horse-Power, "Pelton" patent; onlv run one season, apr 18—tf WM. R. ROTH WELL. FOR RENT, CHEAP. A large and comfortable dwelling, with large garden and yard, two miles from Middletown. Apply to B. F HANSON, on the promises, or to E. R. COCHRAN, Middletown. Del. 3 14 tf FOR RENT. f IN WO Store Rooms ou Mnin street, opposite the X Peninsular Machine Works, suitable for Mil- • linery or Trimming Store. One of them is at present in the tenure of Mrs. Mary E. Haves. Apply to J. H. SCOWDR1CK. Jan 24th—tf. ; NATIONAL HOTEL, Opposite R. R. Depot, MIDDLETOWN, UF.LAWAllB. H AVING taken the above well-knowu house, 1 am prepared to accommodate my friends and the public, generally in first-class style and ; at reasonable rates. 1 The Bar will always be supplied with \he choicest Wines, Liquors and Segars. Put rouage solicited. JACKSON BRI ANT, PUOPIIIRTOR, Formerly of Davis' Hotel, Phila. Oct 11-6m | NEW HOTEL At Townsend, Del. TOWNSEND HOUSE, ■ PEN June 1st. 1872, will accommodate the travelling public and permanent boarders .'iisouable rates. The bar will at all o at v times be stocked with choice wine», liquors, To bacco and Sugars. Kin»* ovsters in season. Hoping by strict attention to business to merit a liberal, share of the publie patronage generally. JAMES C. TOWNSEND, Proprietor. June 8—ly. BLATCHLEY'S Improved CUCUMBER WOOD PUMP, Tasteles , Durable, Ef ficient and Cheap. The best p for the least money. At W \ tent inn is especially invited to j Blatchley's Patent Improved v Bracket and new Drop Check g Valve,which can he withdrawn ^ without removing the Pump or disturbing the joints. Also.the Copper Chamber, which never cracks or scales, and will out te I* m. I " last any other. For sale by Dealers k the Trade generally. In quire for Blatchlev's Pump, and if not for sale in your town,send direct to ! CHAS G. BLATOHLEY, Manufacturer, 506 Commerce St.. Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by J. B. Fknimork k Co., Middletown, Del. ! | nmr21-8m. S. A. Whitlock & Co ■» SOLE AGENTS FOR 1 HARBERT & RAYMOND'S Apiltral Implements, MIDDLE TO WN, DELA WARE . mny 2—tf. •WANTED, P ROPOSALS for furnishing Five Hundred FENCE POSTS, Cedar, Chestnut or While Oak, 10 feet leng, with an average fate of seven inches. To be delivered at Middletown. Ad dress giving price and references, before May 15, 1874. WM. R. COCHRAN, may 2—3w Middletown, Del. I Del. Porous Drain Tile, Del. I Egg Shaped, 2 to 7 inches Calibre. Round, with Collar, 1) to 2J inches Calibre. W. M. BELL, Ravens, Del. Fucressoi to Allen A Bell Ac., in De Address apr 18 -7m. 1.