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EDWARD REYNOLDS, Editor.
MIDDLKTOWN, DHL.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1874.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.
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FOR GOVERNOR,
JOHN P. COCHRAN, of New Castle.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS,
JAMES WILLIAMS, of Kent.
FOR SHERIFF,
WILLIAM H. LAMBSON.
FOR CORONER,
RICHARD GROVES,
Democratic County Convention.
The delegates eletc of the different Hundreds
of New Castle county are hereby notified to at
tend a Convention to be held at the Court House,
in the town of New Castle, on SATURDAY,
the 5th day of September next, 1874, at 1 o'clock,
P. M., for the purpose of nominating Representa
tives to the Legislature and Levy Court, and to
take such other action in relation to the ap
proaching canv
Aug. 28th 1874.
as shall be deemed advisable.
JOHN P. COCHRAN,
Chairman.
The Democratic Candidates,
John P. Cociuian.— It is unnecessary
for us to speak of the sincere gratification
we felt on Thursday when the chairman
of the State Convention announced, as the
result of the balloting, that John P.
Cochran, Esq., had been selected as the
chosen standard bearer of tho Democracy
for the campaign of 1874. Mr. Cochran
is too well and favorably known to the
people of Delaware to need an introduc
tion to them, or to make a sketch of his
past history requisite. Dorn near Mid
dletown ho grew to manhood and has
spent his life, without change of residence,
within a few miles of his birth place.—
He is about sixty-five years of age. liy
industry, prudence and unvarying integ
rity,linked with an intelligence and mental
ability of a superior character, he has suc
ceeded in scouring for himself a postion
of wealth and intlucnce among his friends
and neighbors. As an extensive land
owner and agriculturalist ho is thoroughly
identified with the interests of the people
of his native State. He has never held,
as he has never sought, any political office,
except that of a member of tho Lovy
Court of this county, to which he was
elected in 1888 and again in 1842, being
made president at tho second term.
Jamks Williams, Esq , the nominee
for Congress, was born in Philadelphia,
in 1825, of parents who wore natives of
Delaware. He removed to Delaware in
1844 and established his permanent resi
dence in Kent county. Ilis first appear
ance in political life was in 1850 when he
was elected a member of the lowei House
of the State Legislature. He was again
elected in 1862. In 1866 he was elected
to the Senate, of which body ho was cho
sen speaker in 1869. He, too, is a farm
er and resides upon his farm near Kenton,
Kent county.
We have not the pleasure of a personal
acquaintance with Mr. Williams, but he
is everywhere spoken of by those who do
know him as a gentleman of marked abil
ity, intelligence and learning. From all
that we know of the candidates we are
well satisfied with the ticket and feel as
sured that a Democratic victory at tho
polls in November next will give to the
people of Delaware candidates whose elec
tion will reflect honor upon the party and
State both at homo and abroad.
Oue of the must siguifieaut, aud wc
may add agreeable, signs of the times is
the declining of so rnauy Republican Con
gressmen to staud for re-clcctiou. Five
Massachusetts celebrities have already
announced their intention to retire, and ii
F. Butler is yet to he heard from. In
Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin and other
Northwestern States, where the Hcpubli
liean party onco possessed every Congres
sional district, the stampede is assumiug
tho shape of a panic. The inference is
that these Republican gentlemen
able to discern umid the gloom of the fu
ture of their party tho ghost of a chance
of their own re-election. The prospeots
that the popular branch of the Forty
fourth Congress will contain a larger pro
portion of new men then that of any pre
vious Congress since the hegioing of the
of 1861. But luckily the mass will
be leaveoed by a sufficient number of old
and experienced Demoorats to keep the
body from any tendency to rawness in its
proceedings.— N. Y World.
are uu
are
war
A Bïàotiïul Tribute.—A t the Wash
ington and Lee University, Lexington,
V«., a student ie each day detailed to
watch bolide the tomb of General Lea.—
Every morning one of the students is pos
ted at the tomb in the memorial room of
tbe chapel, built under the supervision of
Lee. Ho is styled a " watcher," and his
duty is to remain there duriug the day
d receive visitors, showing them the
As there
an
proper courtesy and attention,
are nearly three hundred and fifty stu
dents, So one is on dnty more than once a
year. Thus tbe entire Southern people,
through their representatives in the Unt
veraity, are watobing at tbe tomb of Lee,
and their sons improved in manner and
bearing by tbe sacred duty they perfo
and tbeir minds and hearts benefited by
thoughts tho noble dead .—Ltfytlatm
(Ko.) EnUrpri
rin
tr
For the Transcript.
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 24th 1874.
Dear Transcript :—May we hope, with
out fearing the charge of presumption be
inç imputed to us, that an occasional
epistlo from our good old "monumental
city," may be endured by your many
readers? We are solely unable to express
the precise amouut of iutercst, said docu
ments, may prove to contain ; for notwith
standing the fact that wc are in the midst
of a city containing three hundred thou
sand inhabitants, they are of a cast, poor
ly calculated to keep afloat sensational
matters, sufficient to render the ait of in
teresting and pleasing the public., an easy
duty to a correspondent. However the
most irksome and uninteresting season in
City life, is the one from which we are
just about to immerge, and as the Fall ap
proaches the whole city seems to loom up
with renewed vigor. Indeed it was uni
versal comment that the whole city seemed
under the influence of a protracted slum
ber, but even at this early period sufficient
vitality has returned to insure that, the
drowsy influence under which she has been
held, was but ephemeral in consequence
of a major part of her population, being
off, at the various watering places ; aud
every species of business or pleasure, en
joying nu annual rest.
Many days—yea, oven weeks—since
the mind of a certain class of our vast
population was centered upon a oertian
indefinite something in the future. Not
iudetinito however, as to itR object, its
plaeo or its time, but only as to the gran
deur, the sublime extent to which they
could moke it aspire, and doubtless are
now well satisfied it has attained. This
long anticipated, and much talked of ob
ject was the event of the great "Inter
national Schuetzen Festival," held at the
Schuetzen Park, at the north end of Balti
more. Long did we hoar it spoken of,
and for a time it seemed to threaten the
utter annihilation of the Beceher-Tilton
Scandal, and even the "lloss child" was
lost for a while, in the vast confusion of
the Schuetzen movement. But time mov
ed ou (as is its custom) aud finally tho
day for the counnencetnct of the week's
festival arrived, which was the 17th inst. ;
Never was a
aud a gala day it
was.
greater concourse of human beings seen on
the streets of Baltimore, than on that
event, aud for what ?—to view the vast
turn-out and parade of their Teutonic
brethren. Attired in such showy para
phernalia, as their German ideas suggest
td, they marched through the principle
street*, accompanied by Schuetzen delega
tions from nearly every City in the Union
and keeping time to the music of several
full bands.
From heuce they proceeded
to the Park, to which there has been a
daily rush, to so great an exteut that many
extra cars were put on that route, and
was then unable to carry them nil. So
great was tho travel that several of the
cars broke down under tho weight of their
loads. In conclusion of this subject wo
will but say, that a trip to a Schuetzen
festival, is wortli tho trouble it may cost
anyone to get there, as every species of
amusement seems combining to show that
the German population are much given to
the pleasure of life
Our theatres all remain closed as yet
with the exception of the new Holliday
street, which was just completed two
weeks since, and which is a most perfect
house for drama. It has many improve
ments over the old one which was burnt
about a year since. Tito house since its
opening lias been devoted to sensational
dramas, such as "After Dark" "Griffith
Gaunt," &c.,
Business in nur city has been unusually
dull, hut our merchants hope for a brisk
fall trade The poach supply lias been
very slim here, owing to the scarcity of
them in Cecil and Kent counties which
usually supply our market. Santo how
ever have been coming in, but the most
of them are consumed by tho cannors, and
do not find their way into our markets.
Hence the existing scarcity, never was the
supply of other fruits larger than at pres
ent. Watermelons and cantaloupes have
beeu a perfect drug—seventy-five pungy
loads having arrived in one day. City
folks can talk of "verdant countryman,"
"Greenhorn," "Eastern Shoreman," and
many other such praisworthy epithets may
he applied to hint whose home is beyond
tho limits of brick and mortar, but mark
these same satircile characters, how readily
they tarn their significant smellers country
ward, as the summer approaches, glad in
deed to escape for a while that much adored
City, and sniff some pure oxygen surround
ing the home of these much criticised
countrymen.
Well now dear Transcript wo will not
make this our first communication from
is
the monumental city too voluminous, know
ing as we do that the most valuable goods
comes in small packages. lienee we will
say adieu for the present, promising to
keep you posted with events of interest
that tnay transpire from time to time.
Very respectfully yours,
Monumental
THE MARKETS,
MIDDLETOWN DRAIN MARKET.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY E. T. EVANS A CO.
Wheat, .
" new,...
Corn, White
" Yellow
..$1 25
..Si.26
78 its.
. 40 "
.50 "
Oats
" new,.
Timothy Seed.
Clover " .
Beans.
.4 50
.7 75
,100
to
of
of
MIDDLETOWN PRODUCE MARKET.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BV B. M. REYNOLDS.
[email protected]>18 ets. $ doz.
....23(3)25 uts. $lb.
.16©18 " "
....78CA1 00 ijâ bn?.
.... 140< lGcts. TS lb.
.13(Sr)15 "
.T®8 "
.)[email protected] "
Eggt..
Butter
Lard.
Potatoes.
Ohickens, Spring
Turkeys, dressed.
Geese, "
Dinks. "
a
by
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.
...$1.35 bus.
... 85(3)80 cts.
. 48(3) 53
9^ % 11 W H>.
Prime red wheat..
Corn, yellow.
Oats ( Pennsylvania)
Cloverseed.
Timothy...
3.25
BALTIMORE MARKETS.
$1 85(3)1 40
92(3)93 c*s.
Wheat, good to amber
Corn, white.*..
torn, yellow.
Oats, Southern..
Rye ..
... 82 " .
55 @60
.. [email protected]
Jïnu ^düfrtispmfnts.
PENINSULAR AGRICULTURAL
ed
AND POMOLOGICAh ASSOCIATION
Will hold (heir FIRST FALL
ed,
ble
EXHIBITION
On the Grounds, at
MI DDLETOWN, DELA WARE,
On Wednesday, Thursday,
tad Friday,
At which time
• cry department
the Agriculturalist, Poraologist, Horticulturist,
Manufacturer. Mechanic and Housewife
fully represented, and every effort made by the
Associât i
f interest to
ill be
to make the Exhibition first-class.
70 CLASSES.
of
ly
to
$3,000 PREMIUMS.
For all classes and departments, which the As
sociation desire shall be contended for bv per
sons from all parts of the country. A liberal
display of all kinds of Products lias been ar
ranged for, and it is hoped that the interest due
such
hihition will lie manifested.
Excursion Trains will be r
dletown by the I» W. & B. R. R. Co.
to and from Mid
A splen
did Brass Band w ill be present. Grand Open
ing and General Entry in all the Departments.—
The Trials of Speed will be conducted under the
Regulations of the National Trotting Asso'n.
is
it
Programme of Trials of Speed i
Wednesday, Sept. 23d. to be
NO 1 . PL'RSK, $75.
2 in 3 to harness,
for all Colts on the Pe- $30
ninsulu 4 yrs. old and
under.
rned bv
thirty duv
pre
to the Fair.
$15
vio
$5
. $ 200 .
no C. rr
$40
$25
Sioi.a i
5 to bar
■ss. Fr
(o all Horses owned on
tile peninsula that have
no record better than
NO. 2. PURSE, $20.
Walking Race
mile single lient,
for all Horses—(J
they please.
$12 '
Half
Free 2.45.
o as $120
$60
$20
86
$2 FRIDAY. SEIT. 25th.
PURSE. 8100.
purse. $140. 3 in 5 to ha
s. Free for all horses that have
3 in 5 to ha
for all horses that have,
ecord better lbn
•ord better than 3,
minutes.
$80 $40
0 $25 $15 $10
$20
NO. 8.
IE. $100.
THURSDAY, SEPT 24. 3 i
P
PURSE, $35.
for ail Stal
the P
Free for all hors
that
peted ing Ir
premium—Go to $60
isula,barr
have
for
$10
30
road wii
to drive.
$20
0. purse, $400.
to harness. Free
for all horses that have
•cord better than
$10
85 3 i
NO. 5. PURSE, $50.
2 in 3 to harness. Dou- 2.35.
ble-Team Race. Horses $240
$120
$40
CONDITIONS.
Entrance Fee, 10 Per Cent, of Wi
le Amount
Entries to close September 15th, at 3 p.m. All
trotting will be 3 i
2. 4, and 5. F
Horses entered in the Pci
the P
prior to the Fair. Name of owner, di n
color and sex of horse, with P. O. add
be given. Entries to he made
endorsed entry, and addressed to J.Thos. Budd,
Sec'y, Middletown. New Castle county, Del.
CHARLES BEASTEN, Treat.
xcept Nos. 1,
<1 two t<
•I.—
mla Puis
must
have been owned
(lavs
must
der c
1
J. Thos. Bunn, S<ry.
A T T jNT T ION!
HOUSEKEEPERS ! !
fTMIK subscribers
1- Lehigh, Locust M
>w prepared to fin
mtuin, Schuylkill
ish
n d
Wilkesb
COAL
! *
carefully selected
their yard i
Cecilton
load quantities al any station
ty R. It.
When ordered i
deliver by
d prepared for family use, at
ill deliver nt
Frederick town, and
d Gale
. Als
the Kent Co it ii
tities,
sei, nt any landing on Sassafras,
sufficient
e will
I
Elk, and Bohemia Rivers.
We aim to furnish the best grades of Coal in
the market. Orders by mail will receive prompt
attention. We also furnish
BITUMINOUS COAL,
Suitable for all steam purposes,
smith uses.
Fredericktown, Md., Aug. 25, 1874.
nu29-2m p. o. addrbss-cbcilton, uecil co., md
black
EVANS k JOLLS.
tl b
Woodside Nursery.
CHOICE selection of
PEACH TREES
of the best family and market varieties.
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS, OSAGE ORANGE
PLANTS, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, ETC.,
For fall of 1874 and spring of 1875 planting for
sale at very low prices. Address
HENRY CLAYTON,
Mount Pleasant, Del.
uug 20—tf.
CHANGE OF TIME,
1874 .
DAILY TRIPS TO PHILADELPHIA.
O N end after September 1st,
1874, the steamer "MAJOR fti!
RE Y BO LI)
Salem, N. J., daily (except Sunday) at 7 00 A. M.
ing, leave Arch street wharf, Phila., at
2 30 P. M., touching at Delaware City, New
Castle, Pcnnsgrove and Chester each wav.
Stage Hues for St. Georges, McDonough and
Odessa, Del., Sharptown, Woodstown and Allo
waystown, N. J., connect with the steamer.
Freights at low rates.
pH" All loBt goods must be reported to the
captain within 3 days
Capt. P. Reybold
Ret
[June 6-1 y
WANTED.
A PPLES at the Dclmarvia Mfg. Co. Small
apples, if sound, purchased at a uniform
price ot 15 cents per bushel, large apples 20 to 25
cents per bushel. Bills to he presented to Mr.
Joseph Roberts, Treasurer, on Satuadays between
10 A. M. and 3 P. M. uug 29—tf.
75
OVERCOAT LOST.
T AKEN, possibly by mistake, from the Coat
Room of the National Hotel, on the night
of the 27th inst., a light Spring OVERCOAT,
color Olive, with velvet collar. Please return.
Aug 29-11
FOR SALE.
WO CHEAP HORSES, AND ONE HOUND
YOUNG MARE with foal by Liberty, (son
ofRysdvks' Hambletonian.)
Aug 22—3t.
T
W. GREEN,
SALE OF CARRIAGES.
On Wednesday, Sept. 2d, Howard Pusey will
sell about 60 first-class Carriages, of nil kinds, at
his carriage factory, south of Christiana Bridge,
Wilmington, Del. L. W. Stidham k Son,Auct's. 1
.
lanpotis.
B ORDENTOWN (N. J.) FEMALE COLLEGE.
Thorough instruction : healthful and beuu
tiful locati
: one of the most carefully c
ed anil best austuined institution;, in the Stale.
For terms, etc., ad dress Rev. JOHN H, RRAKK
July 26-81
LEV, Ph D.
W ORKING PEOPLE—Male or Female. Em- !
ploy meat al home, $30 per week warrant- j
ed, no capital required. Particulars and valua
ble samples sent tree Address with 0
turn stamp, U. ROSS, Williamsburg,N Y. jl25-8i
t re
ESTABLISHED 1853.
Of the latest and most bcnutif.il detdg
all other Slnte work on hand or made to order.
d salos-rooms, No. 1210 Ridge At.
WILSON k MILLER,
Philadelphia, Pa.
ad
Factory
Jne 13-121.
LIVINGSTONE IS DEAD.
For 30 years millions have intently watched
the perilous struggles and grand Achievements
of this world-renowned hero, and now eager
ly desire the Complete Life-History which ...
folds also the wealth and curiositiesof a wild and
wonderful country. It is now ready and selling
to beat everything. More agents wanted at once.
Address, HUBBARD BROS., Publishers, 723
Sansora St., Phila., Pa. Aug 8-4 1
THE GREAT POPULARITY (»F
CAMP H ORINE!
An a IMMILV *1EJIKINE,
is the reward ofgenui
it once, ne
druggists.
Au 22-41
Those wh
* merit.
without it.
•cuts.
F
sale by all
REUBEN HOYT,
Prop'r, N
York.
ed
sfhaedU
man
WILL ni'Y A
First Mortgage Premium Bond
OF TDK
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION CO.,
MEW YORK.
sluturo of the Sto
Premium Dkawiku, Sept. 7. 1874.
Capital Premium,
Address for B
Authori
il by the Le»
te of New York.
Ft
$ 100 , 000 .
•Is and full infur
lion,
niOKGEMilSil , BU&lftO &. (TO.,
Financial Agent». M PARK ROW. N. Y.
Adi
tors
P
. Drawer 20.
Applicatiot
Jor A yen ci ex
In
d.
l —It
HAVE YOU TRIED
J U 11 U B EBA!
ARE YOU
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated?
Are you so languid that any exertion
more of an effort tin
Then try JURUBEBA.the w
invigorator, which acts so beneficially
guns as to impart vi or to all the vital
R
P
requires
miking?
you feel capable of
L
lerful tonic
d
the si
eret
fore
alcoholic appetizer, which stimulates
for a short time, only to let the sufferer fall to a
lower depth of misery, but it is a vegetable tonic
acting directly on the li
It
ami spleen.

It
•guktes the Bowels, quiets the no
ind
gives such
to s
a healthy tone to the whole
ke the invalid led like
Its operation is not violent, but is character
«toi
new person.
An
the
ized by g re
gentleness; the patient exp
dden change,
ually his troubles
arked results, but grad
no

Pth
'•Fold their tents, like tl
Arabs,
And silently steal away.'
This is
*w and
with
tried disc
been long used
•onderful remedial results,
und is pronounced by the highest medical
ities, "the
1
st powerful tonic
1 alt
k
Ask v
druggist for it. Form
101 INSTON, HOLLOWAY k CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
lie by
July 25—St.
I
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.
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n
- -> h :
- • • EB-aWc*
a
The only Reliable Gift Distribution in thec(
itry
150,000.00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS ! !
TO HE DISTRIBUTED IN
Jj. ID. SINE'S
KiOtli Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To be drawn Monday, Sept. 14th, 1874.
Grand Capital Prize, $5,000 in Gold.
Two Prizes $1000 £ 1
Two Prizes $500 g , Greenbacks !
Five Prizes $100 £ i
One Family Carriage and Matched Ilor
Died Har
1 Horse k Buggy, with silver-mounted Harness,
worth $600. 1 line-toned rosewood Piano, worth
$550. 5 Family Sewing Machines, worth $100
I
v i tli
Silver-M
, wortli $1,500.
750 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
$2(1 to $300 each ;
Coin Silver Vest Chains, Double-plated fchl
(iu all,) worth fr
ver-ware, Jewelry, & c. ke.
Number Gifts, 6,000
Tickets Limited to 50,000.
pH" Agents Wanted to sell Tickets, to wh
Liberal Premiums will he paid. 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 tli j manner of drawing,
information in reference to the Distribution, will
; ordering them. All letters
d other
be sent to
must be uddressed to
y
L. D. SINE, Box 86,
CINCINNATI, O.
MAIN OFFICE,
101 W. FIFTH St.
Aug 8—lj*.
To the Public.
r l^AKE notice that the undersigned, from this
X 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 arid Chipped Beef.
Also, everything in the Vegetable line ii
Hoping to share a part of public patronage, I
shall do all I possibly can to please.
eason
MRS. A. T. BRADLEY.
1 march 31—ly.
N. B.—Cash paid for butter and eggs.
* (Educational.
Delaware College.
Tile next Collegiate vt
r will begit
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2nd.
Each member of the Legislature has appoint
ments to two free scholarships.
information, apply to the
President,
WM. H. PURNELL, LL. D.,
Aug 1 -Fins.
Nc
Woodstown Academy
»
A first-eluss l»i
rding School for both sexes.
THOROUGH TRAINING.
Especial attention given to young
d to those intending to teach,—
Students enjoy the comforts of home.
nd hnck
•aid pupils
TERMS MODERATE.
Send for circular.
A. C. NORRIS, A.M., Pain.,
Woodstown, N. J.
Aug 1—1 in.
Private School.
MRS. WILLIAM C. BUTLER
Dcsires to
•ceive a limited number of Pupils,
from eight to fifteen years of age, to be instruct
if children nt St. Ann's Rectory.
•fully and thorough
Also Mathematics, Latin, French, Ger
ed
ith her
The English bra
taught.
d Italian.
man
TERMS : Forty Dollars for thesess on of forty
September,
payai. Ic at the beginning of each half session,
deviation. No extra charges.
•pcks, beginning the first Monday i
tli
Aug 15-31
Newark Academy
J
I) E I, A \Y A R E,
Adi
its Pupils ol'eithe
Gentlemen Instruc
t licit
tors reside
ith the b
depart.
).v
LITTLE BOVS
In special charge of aLadv.
Fall term
ill open
September 2d.
MISS CHAMBERLAIN
!
Aug 15-Into.
PRINCIPAL.
EPISCOrAL FEMALE INSTITUTE
Under charge of Cit
t Church, Winchester,Ya.:
J.('.Wheat, A. M., Principal, (fonuerlvY
Ya. Female Inst.,) with competent
in English, Mathematics, Natural Sc
R
P
ist
L
Mus
I and instr
d painting. The Session, continuing ten
•holastie months, begins Sept. 2d, 1874.
pplicati
to
J. C. WHEAT. Winchester, \
•es : The Bishop and Clergy of the Pr
Referent
laut Epi
t
opal Church of the Diocese of Yir
8-41

MAPLEWOOD INSTITUTE
An incorporated school for both sexes,
d of trustees, members of the
ds." Thee
(1 tl
der
the cat
fa I,
of V
rses of study e

•u English $
Classics. Opens
Pth
. (Sept.) 14th; $200 per year. Address,
JOSEPH SHORTLEDGE. A M.
aug 22—1 m.
Concordville, Del. Co., Pa.
Misse* PltEEM-'N nml ItULE*S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
For Young Ladies, at Gil Marshall St., 1
DKI.l'HIA.
1874.
•ill reopen (27th \ear) September 14th
Full particulars fr
2 2-41
I EARN TELEGRAPHW
I— Salary paid while practising. Address, I
ith stamp,
Superintendent V. T. (J., Oberlin, Ohio.
('. A. .SHERMAN
PHILADELPHIA
Directory arranged for the Convenience
nt Oui- Headers.—-Out tais Out.
SLA TE MANTELS und all other Slate
WORK, ORATES, REGISTERS, tec.
Si CO., 1215 RACE ST.
J. 1*. RIMES
JUI4.24
UNION SPOKE
WORKS.
Spoket,
Hun, 11«. ,r. G. U.\ VIM & sox. s. tv.
Jail
Rims. IMo
Cor. Loop
PPSSIONS—Soldiers of the late IC
Rut sllylitly Wounded or injured,
b.v applying to Y. REGISTER, Claim Office, 324
Fifth Street. l»hilad«l pliln.
tir-
ohtuin 1
util
Jul4 121
I PON PENCES
The
New
Iron
NiUlod
Iron. Tin- Rest Iro
Fence in the world, for
I.ot*. Cemrtcd™, it,-.
Send for Circular
Wlckci slium & Hons, 1003 Ridge Av
J. H.
Jul4 12
DIAMONDS, ir.l TC IIPS, <{• JEWEL
UY.8II.VER WARE, Etc.
E. \V. PARROTT'S, N
KjtnbllJiiMl 24 year». Tl
CP DAP Fairs AND TANKS
Brewers, Dyers. Chemists, Manufacture
dwellings. >
eet, below Broad.
\ splendid assortment at
.- r > H. Eighth St., i'hila.
Jul4 12t
call.
For
d pri
OKO. J. HIRE HARDT & CO , Button*
I
' 4
CIGARS. "PECULIAR"
IL B. Brands,
lowest lNMSiblv I»
KUOS.
WIioleHuIti Depot 808 Market Street.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
d of MOORE & HHO.,
Jut 4 48t
d <
Leaf
d Manufactured To
Jut 4-12t
At
the old Established h
1031 Market Street.
ESTPY'S COTTAGE ORGANS. Or
gans and (Arlon Pianos. E. »I. BRUCE, 1308
Chestnut St., formerly of 18 N. Seventh St. Jul4-48t
MILK
CANS.
!
And Dairy Fixtures, best and cheapest
WM, M. MORGAN & CO., 711
Jut 4-12t
Spring Garden Street.
John Ambler & Co.
BONER, W. 11 ((• CO., Music Deal -
crs. 1103 Chestnut St. will mail "Home Sweet II
arranged for Cuhinct Organ or Mclodeou. upon r<
•ceil
_Ju l 4-ia t
Grand, Square
d Upright, Jubilee Orgaun. J. A. UETZE, 1117
Jul 4-l2t
WEBER RJANOS.
_Chestnut Street.
BEST RHILDA OAK BELTING
Monitor Stitched.
301 & 303 Cherry St.
SUNNY-SIDE STOVE POLISH It
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD,
ing Suuuy-Side : Its use requi
lasts. Its lustre is more brilliant. Its c
the superiurlty of the article. It is also
for lubricating wagon and carriage axles,
is stamped on euch label Sunny-Side .S'
Stiow, WII** At Co., 1324, 124«, 1328, 1330,
1332 and 1334 Cnllowhill St.. Fhii.ad'a , Fa. Agents,
Messm. («Ithcna it Rexattmer, for Pennsylvania.
No. 40 A- 42 South Front St., Philad'A, P^- au 8A4
C. W. A It N Y, Manufacturer,
Send for circular. Jul 4 I2t
Reaso
less labor. Its effect
is little for
valuable
genuine
Polish —
.'"'Ae
MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
P LOWS and Plow Castings, Machine Casting«
of all kinds on hand or made to order.
Particular attention given to Repairing Machi
ner}'. Cosh for old Iron.
Jan 4-tf
WM. L. BÜCKE k SON,
Founders and Machinists.
(pistcllanüouß ^drcrtißcmcnts.
è
Casho Machine Comp'y
U
NEWARK, DELAWARE,
MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNRIVALLED PATENT
DIAMOND STATE
>>
(C
THRESHER AND CLEANER,
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS MACHINERY,
MILL AND FACTORY WORK, &c.
n.
"v
We claim for the 1)1 A MOM
FATE SEPARATOR: Simplicity, Durability
ii, and with any kind of power, from 2
U-horso agricultural engine,
the grain perfectly. '
gated Shakers makes ils separating the simplest and most complete of any
has no rakes or beaters. It will not throw over or waste grain,
Straw Agitator.
2nd. The Riddles are constructed differently ti
lde motion of the Fun, tin- manner in which the g
entirely free from straw, Ac.
3rd. It has an Adjustable Concave
This machine lias
doing the same amount of work. It c
or belt.
These
parlies want
their pow er, we soheit
quireme
unis ta 11
nd Capacity to
3-horse tread, 4 or
do good work in rt! hinds
V-'
6-horse sweep p<• \ •
4.
It separates
let.
The oscillating movement of the Corru
•hine in the market,
account of an Improved
v other machine in the market. The doa
in strikes the Riddles, makes its cleaning gram
d perfectly (it for market.
d Feeder Duster, which protects the feeder from dost.—
hells, is easily bundled, and runs lighter than any other machine built,
lie run from either side of the machine, either by gear
re bn il
.ft!
Iasi material, are
•ell finished, strong
15 to 50 bushels of wheat per hour,
(1 du ralde. When
•him* to thresh
d clean fr
•cording to
nd trial of
aehine, fully believing It fills all the re
•eded hv far
that <•;
do GOOD WORK
nde
11 cir
•hine is well udnpted to threshing cloversued.
*rs, viz :
..1 - .1 at a LOW PRICE.
This
MACHINERY.
We
ire ahu
• •ii ufacta ring Single and Double-Geared HORSE POWERS, the
celebrated RRA l I HORSL R A A E, Cultivators, Wool Scourers, Feed Rollers and
other Woollen
d Roper Machinery,
on wheels, from ii to 1 "2-horse innrer: whe
with Spark- Arreste,
are wanted, extra $
ed or not, as preferred.
A GRK 7 7, Tl T RA L ENGINES ,
nted
desired, we put Locomotive Smoke-Stacks
here Jlreak Doubletrees and Neck York
TRUCK WAGONS for Separators and Machines, mount -
oi this Engine ;
THE CASHO IMPROVED TREAD POWER:
It
light, give
good power, and walks the horses slowly.
ALL MACHINES WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
P<
rde
n Machines will please be particular to mention the kind w
to be shipped. STRAW STACKERS furnished
rsons _.
Geared,—also rc
ited—Bolt or
te
hen desired.
REPAIRING of Mill Work & Machinery CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
FOR MACHINES, ADDRESS
Casho Machine Company
NEWARK, DELAWARE.
May 30-4m.
For sals liy FOARD & COMEGYS, Apts, MiMletm, Del,
HARVESTERS,
BUCKEYE DllOPPER,
CHAMPION DROPPER ,
EN CELS J OR DR OP PER,
WOOD'S SELF RAKE,
BUCKEYE SEIH' RAKE,
CHAMPION SELF RAKE.
WOOD'S MOWER,
CHAMPION MO WPP,
BUCKEYE MOWED,
CJIA W POPP'S MO WPP,
A D VA NCE MO WPP.
ITUICA STEEL-TOOTH WHEEL 11AKE,
STOKEK STEEL-TOOTH WHEEL HAKE.
HEAP EH AND MO WER CASTING'S
OF ALL KINDS, cc
\ atant I y
hand.
E. T. EVANS & CO.
Carriages!
4
J.
M. COX & BRO
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.,
A Nplcndld slock or Carriages
now on band.
Repairing promptly attended
to.
M<*y 30th, 1874-3n\t
notice.
ALL CUSTOMERS
Whose Bills are Due
WILL PLEASE
CALL & MAKE A SETTLEMENT
AT ONCE,
AS I MUST HAVE FUNDS TO CONDUCT
MY BUSINESS.
S. M. REYNOLDS.
aug 22-lrn.
OLD BANK.
I am now ready for Biz
H AVING taken the entire premises on the
corner of Main and Broad Sts., I have fit
ted up a Ladies' and Gentlemen's
ICE CREAM SALOON,
on the ground floor. No more climbing upstairs:
but a nice cool und pleasant room, ice cream
furnished for parties and pic-nics, iu large or
small quantities, on reasonable terms,
supplied with small cans, packed in ice.
Families
All kinds of plain and fancy CAKES, fompn
d domestic Fruits ; Berries in season ; in fact
Jilting nt Rice'B Old Hank that la
get
)
generally kept in a
Confectionery Store,
And more too.
MINERAL WATER FOUNTAIN
'ill soon be in operation. Icc for sale.
may 9-y
E. B. RICE.
SIX CENTS REWARD.
R AN A WAY from the subscriber, on the 1st
inst., George Wilson, un indentured color«
ed hoy, nineteeu years old. All persons are for
bidden to harbor or trust him on ray account, as
I will pay no bills of his contracting.
MARY B. HANSON,
Middletown, Del.
Aug 8-3t.

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