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ÜSit and ivnnor. A Worcester boy was engaged iu noo turnal cherry-stealing a short time ago, and was observed by the owner of the fruit, who, unnoticed by the young robber, plac ed a large stuffed dog at the foot of the tree and retired to watch the result of the strategy. The boy descending observed the dog, and then the fun commenced ; he whistled, coaxed, threatened unavailiug ly, the animal never moving, and finally the youth accepting the inevitable, settled down to passing the night iu the tree. After some hours had passed wearily enough to the lad, morning dawned, and the proprietor of the tree coming from the house, ashed Him how he came to he in the tree, to which the boy answered that be took to it to save himself from the dog, who had chased him quite a distance. It isn't healthy for a smaller boy to say stuffed dog to that youth now. f A Resting IIbr Bones. — "Well Missus I's going to leave you," said Molly to her mistress, who» she had loved and grown fat with for a good many years. "Going fo leave me, Molly ? Why, where aro you going?" "Oh, I's going to gat mar ried ! I've worked long enough, and I's going to rest my bones Jones could make no eommon and natural female frailty. Molly went and nothing was heard of herfor a year or two, when she came back, poor and emaciated, having lost her husbaud, and all the rest of ills human nature is heir to having fallen upon her. Mrs Jones was much surprised to see her eom ing and said to her: "Well, Molly, have you rested your bones ?" "(Jolly, Missus —I's rested my jaw bones, and dem'« all the bones I've rested." ' Of course Mrs. objeotion to this So An Ingenious Defence.— lu the polieo court at Chicago, few weeks since, a wife thus ingeniously explained away serious charges of harsh treatment of her poor husband: "One day when she was run ning across tho room with a fork in her hand, he jumped in the way and struck his wrist against the fork, wrenching it from her grip by the prongs, which he ran into his wrist. Then he endeavored to strike her but she held up a pan of hot dish-water between thorn, and he spilled it all over his head Thon he got still more angry at this accident, and started to jump at her, but his head cams against her hand, and he fell down. She took hold of his hair to raise him up, and the hair was moistened by the het water, so that it came off. Then she saw it was no use to reason with him any longer, and she left the house." "I say, old fellow, what are your poli tics?" asked a witty Aberdeen man, quiz zing anothor. "Conservative—my father was conser vative," he replied. "And what is your religion," continued the other. "Protestant—my father was a Protes tant," was the answer. "And why aro you a bachelor?" said the other. " Because my father was a found it ! don't bother me with your stu pid questions." O, con A teacher, wishing to improve the occa sion, said to the boys, at the conclusion of a strawberry fsstivai, "Have you en joyed these berries to-day?" 'Yes, sir," "yes, sir," came up from all sides, with unmistakable heartiness. "Well, children if you had seen these berries growing in my garden, and had slipped through the gate without my leave, and picked them from the vines, would they have tasted as good as now ?" "No, sir," was tho prompt reply. "Why not?" "Because," said a wide-awake boy, "then we shouldn't have had sugar and croam with 'em." A Macon negro philosopher, discussing the relations of the races, said: You know tho turkey, he roosts on do fence, and goose he roosts en de ground. You pi,11 de turkey off de fence, and he will git up again. You crop 1 hb wings, but somehow or nudder he's gwine to git back on the fenoe. Now you put de goose on de fence. He will fall off ; ho don't belong dar. Do turkey am de white man. He's down now, hut he's gwine to get up again. Do nigger am do goose Ho bet ter stay whar he belongs." A self-possessed young man called at a house in Atlanta, Ga., a fow merning* ago, and asked to see his wife, "She is not here," replied tho mistress of the house. "There is no one hero but the members of my own family it's one of them I want to see I married your eldest daughter last night." "Well," ho replied "I* my face dirty ?" asked a young lady of her aunt, while at dinner at a Hartford hotel th* other day. "Dirty ! No. Why do you ask ?" "Became that insulting waiter insists upon putting a towel beside my plate. I've thrown three under tho table, and yet every time be comcB around he puts anether one before me." A wag, with the word "whoa,''brought horse driven by a young man to a dead stop. "That's a fine beast of yours," said the wag. "Yes, a pretty good sort of an animal, but he has one fait. He was ODoe owned by a butcher, and is sure to stop when he hears a calf bleat." A peddler called on a Unioutown lady to dispose of some goods, and inquired of her if she could tell him of any road on which no peddler had traveled "Yes," replied she, "I know of one, and that's tho road te Heaven."— Waih. Chronicle. "O Lord," prayed a Methodist minis ter, "keep me humble and poor!" "O Lord, if tbou wilt keep him humble," said the deaoon who next prayed, "we'll see to it that he it kept poor !" § "Aro there a*y fools in this town?' Mined a stranger of s newsboy yesterday. "I don't know," replied the boy, "are yen lonesome " Jlrg êoodü and <§ro eerie«. To the Public. f PHE subscriber would cull the attention A ttao public to his Large and Well-Selected Stock of of GOODS y Consisting in part of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Hardware, Queenswore, 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 he SOLD AT PRICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TIMES. call before purchasing elsewhere Give us NO CHARGE FOB SHOWING HOODS. Charles Tatman Jr. MIDDLETOWN, DEL. npr, 9—-tf •'fl-M ■•ulv it so 'NOSYIia A T doxvno ■xa xi N.INV.I aonaoru ahinhoo anaiiM asia oxisvno an <i asoa .1107 A mi A -.7/7 77 VO V SB MAID Gaos at t 777.li axv 'atiro iuim G3iLD37dS X33ÏÏ 3A VII IT3 IHM dO 77 V '33(US A 711X1OD SSV70US3M V XI IJ3N A77VI2S/7 ON III Jj A 3 3 A 3 (IIIV l S(IOOD 33IWÜS (IXV 0X13 JS do HOCUS G3A0373S 773M CIXV sour 7 v aaAiaoau ,isnr a.wn 'f:r. 7 niriv l NAU)i:i KK/in ■iimiOIA GNV NMOL -mam jo jijojj jhi 01 and 1 i-pods and M. L. HARDCASTLE, S. R. STEPHENS & CO., MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE. NEW SPRING & SUMMER STOCK up 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, 's and Roys' Overcoats and a is READY MADE CLOTHING, Gum Overcoats, Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps, Gum Boots, Overshoes and Arctics, men'. Fur Gloves, Caps and Capes, Ladies' Sable and Er mine Muffs, J CARPE TS. tho All-wool ingrain Cottage, Stair and Ilemp Car pets from 25 to 90 cts. per yard. Oil Cloth Suits, Buck Gauntlets, Gloves, and Mitts. GUNS, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Wads, Tubes, Sbrews, Rod Heads, Washrods, Ramrods, Flasks, and Shot Pouches. Duyers will please call and examine determined to sell CHEAP. goods He we Nev. 29-tf. b & A 3 s f of on il 5 a rr M THE "O said see ► CELEBRATED ö © PJ ■ PAR AGON 5 ■; SHIRT. g as "are Send for self-measurement circular. J. P. DOUGHTEN, may 28-tf 410 Market at. Wilmington, Del. §ime Sables. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAILROADS. Delaware Division Time TaMe. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. s . -..(1 after Monday, May 26th, 1874. (Sundays ex cepted.) Trains will leave 0 foil SOUTHWARD. NORTH Wi_ »senßor. Mixed Passenger. Mixed. Pi 8 30, 6 15,11 30 -PhilAdelphia 7 30 2 45 7 30 -Baltimore 10 10 G 35 12 65 -Wilmington 10 20 Arrive. 1 15 610 11 30 -r 11 46 8 16 3 50 - 10 15, 4 40 0 55 Del. Junction- 10 07 4 32 10 32; 0 55 1 20 -New Castle- 9 65 4 20 1 9 32 10 35 1 7 00 ;-State Hoad 10 45. 7 08 1050, 711 10 57' 7 20 1 64 -Kirkwood 11 07 7 31 -Mt. Pleas 11 25 7 51 2 20 -Middleton 11 34 8,01 2 42 -Townsend- 8 51 3 14 8 01 8 43 3 05 7 42 8 34 2 65, 7 31 8 29 2 49 7 21 8 21 2 39 7 00 8 14 2 31 0 64 8 03 2 20 0 34 7 56 2 09 0 18 7 49 2 00 0 02 7 43 1 53 5 52 7 30 1 40 5 42 Harrington- 7 25 1 30 6 20 7 08 1 15 4 55 6 68 1 03 4 40 0 48 12 52 4 20 6 30 12 34 3 43 12 16 3 12 12 00 2 45 I.: 9 45 410 9 41; 4 00 -Rodn 9 33 3 59 - 9 29 3 54 8 53 - 919 3 43 8 35 - 9 09 8 33 8 20 11 39, 8 07! Blackbird Green Spring 11 56 S 21 3 14 -Clayton ~ 12 01 8 27 8 43 12 24 8 46 8 62' 12 32 S 54 4 04 12 40 9 02 I 12 45 9 07 -Canterbury 12 50 913 4 30 -Felton 1 04 9 29 4 65 1 15 0 38. 5 07 11 48 8 15. -Bren ford 12 -it. . iSÎÏv I ington 1 20 9 49 5 22 137 10 00 6 40 Bridgcvllle 1 58 1018 607 -Scftford 2 12 , 2 25! , 630 o w Bel mar— Arrive. Lc The mixed train will In to freight business, and will stop time is gi May 9—ly. subie delays incident nly at stations where II. V. KF.NNKY, Superintendent. WILMINGTON AND READING RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement. >N AND AFTER TUESDAY, MAY 26th, 1874, will ri vor main lino and Reading Branch its follows : Going Northward. Going Southward LTION8. No. 5. No. S. Xo. 1. P. SI. P. St. A. St. r> 15 1 45 6 08 2 38 7 05 3 38 8 23 Contesville, 8 01 4 20 9 11 Springfield 8 34 4 5G 9 41 Birdsboro', 9 07 5 30 10 15 Reading, CONNECTIONS. Xo. 2. Xo. 4. Xo. G. A. M. P. M. P. SI. 0 10 3 )2 7 32 8 25 2 19 6 49 7 25 l 05 5 57 C 28 12 06 5 07 5 54 11 34 4 32 5 2010 00 4 00 30 Wilmington, 21 Chnddsford, Philadelphia, Wilmington k Baltimore, and Delaware Rail roads ; at Ghaddsford, phia & Baltimore Central Railroad : at Coates ville, with trains at Reading, with trains on Philadelphia k Read ing, Lebanon Valley, East Reading k Columbia R. R., Railr Jne 20—tf. At Wilmington. ith trains •ith trai on Philadel Pennsylv ia Railroad. : d Berks Con E. COLLINGS, General Superin tendon t. ntr d. REDUCTION OF FREIGHT FROM PORT PENN TO PHILADELPHIA, ^Æ 1 During the pres Fruit seas -the rates of freight from Port 1 the stoi to Philadtlphi and "Lamokin," for all 1» •hiding Peaches, Apples, Pears and Tomatoes, 3 cents per basket. ket stuff. els of truck. 1 f» c in Bags, 3 cents per bushel. Calves, 25 cents. •d) by "Lamokin, " £2.00 per ton, nd all other Freights proportional}ly reduced. C Hay, (pi The 'Ariel' leaves Port Penn daily, at 3, p. ni. The 'Lamokin' " Monday, Wednesday and Friday, about 5, p. m. Both boats land at Arch Street Wharf. Philadelphia, the 'Ariel' leaves daily, at Fi Lamokin ' leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays The and Saturday at 11, a. FARE, either way, by Lamokin, " " " Ariel, 25 Cents. 50 E. B. TAGGART, Agent. aug 8-51 Summer Arrangement. 1SÏ4. DAILY TRIPS TU PHILADELPHIA. O N and after Monday, June 1st, . ^ 1874, the steamer " M A J O REYBOLD," Capt. P. Reybold, will n (Sunday excepted) 6 00 " G 40 7 05 Leave Salem every City, 1 Delaw: " New Castle. " " Pennsgrove, " " Chester, " Returning, leave Arch St. Wharf, Philadelphia, Chester, Pennsgrove, New Castle, Delaware City, 7 8 4: P. M. 2 30 3 30 4 15 5 00 5 25 Salem, Del. City, and New Castle to 50 cents. Excursion Tickets, to return same day, 75 : ' Fare from Pennsgrove to Philada., 30 " Excursion Tickets,to return same day, 50 " Chester to Philadelphia,* 20 " Stages for St. Georges, McDonough and Odes sa, Del., connect with the steamer at Delaware City. Fare $1.00. Stage for Sharptown and Woodstown connects with steamer at Pennsgrove. Stage for Allowaystown connects with steam er at Salem. Stages for Wilmington connect at New Castle. Freights at low rates. TPSà" All lost goods must be reported to the captain within 3 days. F fr Philadelphia, Fare 75c. Fare 75c. [June G-ly For Sassafras Ifiver. HE steamer "TRUMPETER after Monday, June 8th, leave Georgetown ., Buck Neck at 10 a. nr., and all the intermediate landings on the route one hour car iving in Baltimore at 1 T will and at 7 a. lier than heretofore ; p. m. Returning, will leave Baltimore at her usual hour—10$ a. m. We sincerely "trust that the friendly relations hitherto existing between the steamer Trumpe ter, her patrons, and the public generally, may never grow less ; for the perpetuation of which we will ever be found striving our very best. mar 1-ly WM. CUNDIFF, Capt. To the Public. r |!AKK notice that the undersigned, from this _L date, will have constantly on hand, at her Store on Main street, Middletown, Delaware, GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS ■ FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, CHOICE CONFECTIONERIES, Sliced Ham and Chipped Beef. Also, everything in the Vegetable line in season Hoping to share n part of public patronage, 1 shall do all I possibly can to please. MRS. A. T. BRADLEY. N. B.—Cash paid for butter and eggs, march 21—ly. 'Business awards. FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING. UPHOLSTERING. The undersigned respectfully announces to the citizens of Middletown and vicinity that he hand a large and well selected stock of handsome and durable has 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 bj none. Persons wishing Metallic or Wooden Cas kets or Cases will find it to their advantage to call on him. He has, also, TAYLOR & SOY'S Celebrated Corpse Preserver, The Corpse may be dressed in the finest fabrics and not be soiled, (and can be seen at all times) as nothing but dry cold air enters the Casket. GEORGE W. WILSON, Practical Cabinet Maker and Undertaker, Fehl -12m # Middletown Del. MARKET HOUSE. 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. Eliason, having bought out his interest, where 1 will keep always on hand 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 times. I will also keep an assortment of the G. 32 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. 1 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 y Produce bought and satisfaction guaranteed. I will also buy all kinds of Poultry at market pri ces for cash j and it will be to the interest of all to call where. foods delivered free of charge. Oct 11-1 y satisfied. All kinds of •ill 1 : - before selling or purchasing else t. S. S. HOLTEN. BLATCHLKY'S Improved CUCUMBER WOOD PUMP, Tasteles , Durable, El it and Cheap. The best p for the least money. At Dspeciallv invited to : Pate ' 2 a. 1> tenti J IMutchle Improved d new Drop Check Bracket be withdraw Val ' g the Pump or without re disturbing the joints. Also, the Copper Chamber, which never cracks or scales, and will out , E last any other. For sale bv Dealers & the Trade generally. In quire for Bltttehley's Pump, and if not for sale in your tow CHAS. G. BLATC11LEV, Manufacturer, 306 Commerce Si., Philadelphia, Pa send direct to For sale by .1. B. Fknimouk k Co., Middletown. Del ni. at mar21-8m. S. A. Whitlock & Co., SOLE AGENTS FOR HAUBERT & RAYMOND'S Agricultural Implements, MIDDLETOWN, DELA WARE. y 2—tf. M. E. DICKSON, No. 35J SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, PH II. A DELPHI A, DEAt.KR 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 IMPORTANT NOTICE. rpHE subscribers have the pleasure to .... JL nounce to the public that they have estab lished themselves at FREDERICKTOWN, MD. where they will be prepared to pay the highest market price for Grain. Particular attention giv en to the shipment of Grain, on consignment per Capt. J. P. Walmsley's vessels. They will keep constantly nish to order Coal, Lime, Cement, Fertilizers, &c. By strict attention to busine s, they hope to merit a share of public patronage. J. hand, and fur EVANS & JOLLS. Fredericktown, Cecil co., Md., July 9,'74-2m THOMAS MASSEY, JR. CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, Mntn Street* next door to Notional Hotel Middletown, Delaware ( 1 LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, kc. neatly and J promptly repared. Always on hand and for sale, Clocks, Watches, Plated Ware, Forks, Spoons, Silver Napkin Rings, Silver Thimbles, Salt, Sugar and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Ear RingF Finger-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Watch Chains, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch Chains, kc. AGKNT FOR De VIN NY'S SPECTACLES Dec. 12—tf. C. MAISEL TAILOR, (From Paris), 13*21 illietitnul Street, PHILADELPHIA. ? may21—ly êratn, lumber, deed, &r. A. T. BRADLEY, WITH S. A. 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 in GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, LAND AND BUILDING LIME, FERTILIZERS OF ALL KINDS, Farming Implements of All Kinds. THE BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR, FEED, SEEDS A- HARDWARE, COAL OF ALL KINDS. We shall make it a specialty to get pure Heeds direct from the grower. We will take to sell on commission, or consign for any party, any kind of Produce, at a small per centage. Cash will be paid for Graio on car, where there is a large quantity, if the seller should want will it. Goods delivered in town free of charge. Hoping to share a part of the public patronage we will try to please all. S. A. WHITLOCK & CO., Opposite National Hotel, Middletown, Delaware. mar 21—ly WM. A. COlfEUYB. J. n. FOARD. FOARD & C0MEGYS, Grain Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Lime, Fertilizers, COAL, FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, &c„ ALSO, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Sole agents for HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND PHOSPHATE DRILL. Also agents for the SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUA1T0, Which wo can soli on terms to suit the light ness of the times. All kinds of COAL constantly on hand, and for sale at the very lowest cash rates. STANTON MILLS BEST BRANDS 0E FLOUR. Having opened tional Hotel, we will at all times keep full supply of the,above articles, and hope, by a strict attention to* business, to merit the public patronage. new store opposite the Na lmud a a share of [Aug30-ly. E. T. RYANS. F. S. COX. ISAAC JONES, Jr. E. T. Evans & Co. MIDDLETOWN, DEL., GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND WIIOLK8ALS AMD RETAIL DSALSRS 1H 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 & CO. Opposite the Depot, MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Lumber and Hardware, BRICKS, LIME, HAIR, SASH, DOORS, BUNDS MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, FjTC. ETC. Constantly on hand all kinds of Building ^Material. January 15.—tf Porous Drain Tile, Q Egg Shaped, 2 to 7 inches Calibre. Round, with Collar, lj to 2J inches Calibre. W. M. BELL, Smyrna, Del. Successor to Allan & Bell. Address apr 18-7m POPULAR PRICES. s "SUN^ Guam g $32 $32 AND Für Tu. P®E PHOSPHATS Jj[ Jm 4 4 *"■ Manufactured ujm 4 *■ 4 *■■■ IALION.WHANNÜ In compliance with urgent requests Tom all parts of the Peninsula, andin order to accede to the general demand for a Reliable Fertilizer at a low price, we offer to the publie 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 II 99 IS NOT prepared according to any empirical receipt which 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 offer it at this low price, only because of our unrivaled facilities in controlling our raw materials. Wo manufacture our own Sulphuric 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 the " SUN GUANO AND BONE PHOSPHATE" a trial. It will be furnished at any Station on ihe Delaware Rail Road, in lot« of Five tons, and upwards, at the uniform price of $32 FER TOIT, free of freight charges. This remarkably low prioe plaoes it within the reach of every farmer. WALTON, WHANN, & 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 CROCS, IT IS FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN GUANO, WIIILR IT LEAVES THE LAND IN A FAR MORE FERTILE CONDITION. For Sale} by FOARD & COM EG Y S, Sole Agents, MIDDLETOWN, DEL. LOVERS 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. The varieties consist of the following : "DARK BRAMAS" tired from "WILLIAMS." " HERSTINK8 " and " IMPORTED STOCK." "PARTRIDGE COCHINS," bred from IMPOR TED STOCK. "RUFF COCHINS," bred from " CHURCH MAN'S STOCK." BRONZE TURKIES, from B. F. Lewis' prize Stock. EGGS of all the above for sale. Call and ex address amine thorn, HENRY CLAYTON, MT. PLEASANT, DELAWARE January 17, 1874-lyr. NEW JERSEY CHEMICAL CO'S SUPER-PHOSPHATE (W.&C.) MASK. TRADK The Now Jersey Chemical Company, having purchased the right of manufacturing the cele brated Wattson k Clark Super-Phosphate, their superior facilities will enable them to maintain its past standard in every respect, and at the same time to offer it on than heretofore. When large quantities arc ordered a fair dis count will be given for cash. JOHN A. REYNOLDS, Agent, Middletown, Del. •c satisfactory terms July 4-3m. FARMS WANTED. T HAVE enquiries for small farms on this Pe ninsula, and respectfully solicit persons hav ing such farms, improved or otherwise, to place them iu my hands for sale. Blanks for descrip tion furnished upon application by mail. J. THOMAS BUDD, Real Estate Agent, Middletown, Del. July 25—3m.