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PHILADELPHIA, W1LMING TON APD
BALTIMORE RAILROADS.
Delavare Dim Tine Table.
PILL ARRANGEMENT.
N and after Monday, Sept. 8th, 1874, (Sunday*
excepted,) Train* will leave as follows:
0
t
NORTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed
A. m. a. x. P. x.
Arrive.
SOUTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed.
A. x. p. x. a. x.
Leave.
816 1000
5 26 8 66
«60
-Philadelphia—
-Baltimore
—Wilmington—
-DeL Junction
700 5 26 -Newcastle-
-State Road-
-Bear-
-Rodney
5 5« -Kirkwood-
-Mt. Pleasant—
-Middletown —
6 42 -Townsend
6 49 -Blackbird
8 19 7 01 -Green Spring
8 28 7 13 -Clayton
1 15
8 30 5 15
7 30 2 45
10 10 6 40 6 00
10 20 6 48
11 45
10 15
3 50
10 07
3 42
0 66
3 30 0 26
10 32
3 17
9 45
7 05
10 35
10 45
10 50
10 57
11 07
11 27
1136
0 42 313
9 33 3 05
7 12
6 66
7 16
930 300
2 49
7 35 8 10
5 24
2 39
9 10
7 55
2 si
4 jo
4 0 «
121 148
1 13 3 31
in*' iis
,i?J| »L
5 04
8 51
8 05
8 43
211
8 11
11 41
8 34
2 00
4 40
11 49
11 56
12 10
12 02
12 10
12 24
12 32
12 40
12 45
12 50
1 64
8 05 136
8 41
144
8 21
Brenford
7 33 -Moor ton-
-Dover
810 ——Wyoming
— Woodsid
—Canterbury—
-Felton
8 57 -Harrington-
-Farmington—
-Greenwood-
-Bridgevill
10 C3I-Seaford—
7 21
8 31
814
136
8 38
8 00
8 50
8 00
7 51
8 58
7 43
9 06
911
,47
«
i ]0
f ii
. IT;
*05
j 43
:tl 00 12 20
7 32 12 60
7 20 12 30
9 17
8 35
9 33
1 04
12 16
1 15
9 0 9
12 05
111 54
II 36
1 26
137
9 38
1 58
Ml—
2 25|
10 451-Delmar
Arrive.
A. M.
The mixed train will be run subject to delays inch
dent to freight business, and will .top only at eta
tione where time is given. H. F. KENNEY,
&sept26 Iy Superintendent
WILMINGTON AND READING
vv XJjJUAAlUXUll mix/ UiuxijJXii vj
Leave.
If. P. M.
P. M.
RAILROAD.
Summer Arrangement.
ON AND AITKR
TUESDAY, MAY 26th, 1814,
Trains will run over main line and Reading
Branch as follows :
Going Southward.
Going Northw.ard
STATIONS.
No. 6. No. 3. No. 1.
P. M. P. M, A! M.
5 15 1 45 6 30 Wilmington,9 10 3 12 7 32
6 03 2 38 7 24 Chaddsford, 8 25 2 19 6 49
7 05 3 38 8 23 Coatesville, 7 25 1 05 5 57
8 01 4 26 9 11 Springfield, 6 28 12 06 5 07
8 34 4 56 9 41 Birdsboro', 5 54 11 34 4 32
9 07 5 30 10 15 Reading, 5 20 10^00 4 00
CONNECTIONS.
No. 2. No. 4. No. 6.
A. H. P.M. P.M.
At Wilmington, with trains on Philadel
phia, Wilmington k Baltimore, and Dela
ware Railroads ; at Chaddsford, with trains
on Philadelphia k Baltimore Centrai Rail
road ; at Coatesville, with trains on Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and at Reading, with trains
on Philadelphia k Reading, Lebanon Valley,
East Pennsylvania, and Beading k Columbia
R. R., and Berks C
mntyïRailroad.
COLLINGS,
General Superintendent.
Jne 20 -tf.
CHANGE OF TIME.
18T4.
DAILY TRIPS TO PHILADELPHIA.
■ and after September 1st,
V/1874, the steamer " MAJOR
REYBULD," Capt. P. Reybold, will Leave
Salem, N. J., daily (except Sunday) at 7 00
A. M. Returning, leave Arch street wharf,
Phila., at 2 30 P. M., touching at Delaware
City, New Castle, Pennsgrove and Chester
each way.
Stage lines for St. Georges, McDonongh
and Odessa, Del., Sharptown, Woodstown
and Allowaystown, N. J., connect with the
steamer.
Freights at low rates.
JBF*A11 lost goods must be reported to
tbe captain within 3 days. [Jane 6 -ly
For
Sassafras River.
T HE steamer "TRUMPETER" will, on
and after Monday, June 8 th, leave
Georgetown at 8 a. m„ Buck Neck at 11 a.
m:, and all the intermediate landings on the
route one hour later than heretofore; arriving
in Baltimore at 2 p. m. Returning, will
leave Baltimore at her usual bonr— 10 } a. m.
We sincerely trust that the friendly rela
tions hitherto existing between tbe steamer
Trumpeter, her patrons, and tbe pnblic gen
erally, may never grow less ; for the perpet
uation of which we will ever be fonnd striv
ing oar very best,
mar 1 -ly
WM. CÜNDIFF, Capt.
LOYERS OF FINE POULTRY !
The undersigned would respectfully call yonr
attention to the choice collections of
FINE FOWLS
which he is now offering for sale (for breed
ing purposes) at very low prices, con
sidering ths high standard of their
pedigree. The varieties con
sist of the following:
DARK BRAMAS" bred from "WIL
LIAMS," "HERSTINES" and "IMPOR
TED STOCK."
PARTRIDGE COCHÏNS," bred from IM
PORTED STOCK.
"BUFF COCHINS
bred from « CHURCH
MAN'S STOCK."
BRONZE TURKIES, from B. F. Lewis'
prize Stock.
EGGS of all the above for sale. Call and
examine them, or address
HENRY CLAYTON,
MT. PLEASANT, DELAWARE.
January 17, 1874-lyr.
L. V. ASPRIL
Wishes to infostn the farmers an<F public gen
erally that he still continues the
manufacture of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
At the old stand, on the corner of
5th and Broad streets, in
ODESSA, DELAWARE,
Giving strict attention to the man jfacture of
PLOWS, such as the Heckendorn, Moore,Con
cave, Wiley, Ac. 'He has recently connected
with his former business an Iron Foundry,
furnishing all the different kinds of plow irons
such as are used in this section. Giving spe
cial attention to this line of trade, having
been successful in procuring the services of
those persons who formerly made castings at
Newark, Del., whose work was celebrated
tip-top, will keep constantly on hand a large
supply, wholesale and retail, at moderate pri
ces. The pnblic will also be reminded that
he, only, has the right in this State to
facture tbe celebrated Pioneer Stamp Puller,
which for strength and durability has proven
fully equal to the task. All kinds of repair
t n ff> together with Horse-Shoeing, done with
neatness and dispatch. Plow Belts and Clev
ises constantly on band.
Being thankful for past favors, by strict at
tention to business, we hope to marita liberal
Share in thefntnre.
Odessa, 1874.
as
mann
L. V. ASPRIL.
se!9-ly
MIDDLETOWN IB0NF0UNDBY
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
P LOWS and Plow Castings, Machine Cast
ings of all kinds on hand or made to
order.
Particular attention given to Repairing
Machinery. Cash for old Iron.
WM. L. BUCKE A SON,
Founders and Machinists.
Jan 4-tf
dJUditöt.

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VINEGAR BITTERS
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lng to directions, and remain long unwell,
vtded their bones are not destroyed by mi
poison or other means, and vital organs wasted
i beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or ladigratl**, Headache, Pain
In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest,
« Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad
Taste in the Month, Billons Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain In the
region of the kidneys, and a hundred other paiiiihl
symptoms, are tho offsprings or Dyspepsia. One
bottle will prove a better guarantee of its merits
prô
nerai
04
:
than a lengthy advertisement.
Far Female Complain,*, In young or Ola,
married or single, at the dawn or womanhood, or
the tnra of lire, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an influence that improvement is Boon per
ceptible.
I ' or Ia«amma«ory and Chronic Rhra
and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter
1 mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid
neys and 'Bladder, these Bitters have no equal.
Such Diseases are causedby Vitiated Blood.
Tkey are a gentle JP argali re as well oa
a Teaic, possessing the merit of acting as a
Bilious Diseases.
Skia DImsm, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls, I
Carbuncles, Blug-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin,
! Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
i or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the
system Ina short time by the use of these Bittere. I
Ctralrfal Tkensands proclaim Vinegar Bit I
iras the most wonderful invigorant that ever sus- I
talned * co .
Druggists and" Oen. Arts., San Franetsco, CaL, A I
° 0r sOLD*BY 1 ALL DRUGGISTS* A*i>iLXLERS. |
mat!
Aug 1-1/.
CORNS, BÏÏNIONS.I
Coxxe—How they sting, throb, ache, smart and I
burn, upon our feet. In vain we beg, we threaten we I
curse, we flourish the sharpest knives above their J
heads, we burn, we cut, hack, hew and fell, and still I
the pesky corns remain a thing of misery. U*ele.s
are entreaties, tears, curses, groans ; nothing can re- 1
move our «>rns but Briggs' Alleviator and Curative, a I
sure cure for Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, and I
all ailments of the fett. I
Piles,Internal, External,
Bleeding or ITCBING-The in*
tense suffering occasioned by the disease, in its va
rious forms, is known only to those who areunfortu-,
nate enough to be afflicted with it. The sleepless |
nights, the uncomfortable days, the haggard looks of
the sufferer bear witness of the intensity of the pain
Piles! Piles!
experienced when troubled with thi* prevailing dis- I
ease. The access .7 Brigg.' Pile Ben.edy a. a pel- |
tlve care is unequaled in the annal, of medicine. Be
lief is immediate when need as directed. The im
mense demand for this great remedy is unparalelled.
Thousands are using it with the most satisfactory re
sults.
Headaefce«N^"s'f)i.^e. ral Thtwon d I
derfuieffect oi Dr. J. Briggs' Alleviator, for the speedy |
cure of the above mentioned very prevalent and pain
disease,^is fexGwn to many thousands who have
used jt with unqualified success. In every case of
the above enumerated complaints, it has never failed
to give immediate relief.
ful
This fatal and dreaded dis
üonsmpuon. ease can, and has been
cured Dr. J. *B. Briggs' fc Throat and Lung Healer
is a pleasant, agreeable and sure remedy for Coughs,
Whooping Cough, Croup, Hoarseness, Bronchitis,
Laryngitis, Sore Throat, Asthma, Consumption, and
all diseases of the throat, lungs and chest,
pi T> 'W' Q Aie the most plentiful kind of grain
V v/IVii O j n th e market. Every one has a
supply, from the little three-year old child to the aged
grandsire verging on to a hundred ; stylish, handsome
young ladies who daily promenade fashionable re
sorts; middle-aged matrons; old maids, dressed up to
appear young and gay; dandies, with their patent
leathers, kid gloves and inevitable walking stick ; the
clergyman, merchant, lawyer, clerk, artisan and me
chanic, of ail ages and stations, havea full supply of
corns, bunions, bad nails and other botherations of ,
the feet, all of which are banished and cured by the I
use of Briggs' Corn and Bunion remedies, Alleviator 1
and Curative. I
e*
w0ms Feet, Cancers and Scrofulous Humor.,
Piles, 4c., skillfully and successfully treated at the
great central Chirropodical and Healing Institute,
607 Broadway, New York.
Dr. Brigg.' Bemrfies'for*.aiê 8 by Fr ° P '
SAM'L R. STEPHENS k CO.
March l-iy. Middletown, Del.
Also for sale by H. P. Baker, Odessa, Del.

This V
rem e d y \\
will in al- V
most eve- V
ry caseyl
immedia- V
tely relieve 1
the mo9t se- '
vere eases
This Pill has been
used with great suc
l cess in private prae
Ytice. It cannot
\ produce any ill
>Y effects, and a fair
\\ trial will convince
. \ every one of the
value of this
remedy,
.who
\a r e
Aafllic
\\ t e d
I with
II that
I most
/d t ■
presa
ging di
sease,
*4 I
!
SP
5 ?
VBOF.
of
JACKSON'S
AGUE PIUS
Sfc
c*5
?
PBICB
and V
prove in
valuable in
Neuralgia, T
Intermittent Fe- \\
vers, and Headache \\
and is a splendid \
Tone for redneed '
conditions of the
system. I
50c>
tA
9
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% 1
<3 ft
Drs. W. H. BARB and GEO. G. CHAM
BERLAINE, Agents, Middletown, [sept 5-3m
HAVE YOU TBIED
JITRUBEB A?
ARE YOU
Weak, Nerrous, or Debilitated?
Are yon so languid that any exertion
qniree more of an effort than yon feel capable
of making 7 "
Then try JURUBEBA, the wonderful (tonic
and invigorator, which aets so beneficially on
the secretive organs as to impart vigor to all
the vital forces.
It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu
lates for a short time, only to let the sufferer
fall to a [öwer depth of misery, but it is a veg
etable tonic acting directly on the liver and
spleen.
It regulates the Bowels, quiets the nerves,
and gives such a healthy tone to the whole
system as to soon make the invalid teel like a
new person.
Its operation is not violent, but is charac
terized by great gentleness ; the patient exper
re
bat gradually his troubles
"Fold their tents, like the Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new and nntried discovery, but
has been long used with wonderful remedial
results, and is pronounced by the highest med
ical authorities, "the most powerful tonic and
alterative known." Ask yonr druggist for it.
For sale by
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY A CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
July 25—8t.
THE GREAT POPULARITY OF
CAMPHORINE !
As a FAMILY MEDICINE,
is the reward of genuine merit. Those who
use it once, never will be without it. For sale
^ l L dru *Sf' 8 ts. Price 25 cents. REUBEN
HOYT, Prop'r, New York.
Ang 22-4t
EVEBYBODY'S own PHYSICIAN
by C. W. Gleason, M. D. A magnificent vol
ume of 488 octavo pages—beautifully illus
trated and elegantly bound. Contains mat
ter just adapted to the wants of every family.
Over 250 engravings. One agent sold 100
copies in one week, another 36 in three days
and another 25 in four days. Circulars free'.
Airpiitc! Wanted Adress at o °ce, h. n. mc
npillo IT 01110(1 KiNNEY A Co., 725 Sau
se 19-4t
som street, Philadelphia.
nr r. r> tv ,, i ,
VY U Xv Jv At home, male or female; $35
vnn .w P er . w ® e k, day or evening. No
for all capital.. Wesend valuable pack
age of goods by mail free. Address with six
""" 8tamp - M. YOUNG,
Ml9 ' 4t Greenwich St., N. Y.
;
BARGAINS
AT THE
BRICK STORE
I , nnA . udtkvq ,.„i__
| 1000 y ards PEINTS, fast colors, only
I cents per yard.
_ , , .
| 1000 yards COTTON FLANNELS, at 12}, Î
18, 20, 22 and 25 cents per yard.
0 -
10
5
1000 yards Black ALPACAS, ut 30, 35, 40
and 50 cents per yard.
2000 yards MUSLIN, at 8 , 10, 12}, 14, 16, 18
_and 20 cents per yard.
1000 yards GINGHAMS, at 10, 12 } and 15
cents per yard.
I 500 yards WOOLEN FLANNELS nt 9R 3ft
| 0U U yards WUUL.E.W 11LANNLLS, at 25, 30,
| 35, 40, 45 and 50 cents per yard.
I 100 Men's Cassim.re COATS, at $4 50, $5 00
I and $6 00.
I ]00 Men'sCassimere PANTS, at $2 and $2 50
I 600 pairB Gentg . Cotton HALF-HOSE, at 10
I »„j . .
I and cents i»er pair,
500 pairs Women's SHOES, at $1 50 to $2 50
I per pair.
| l 000 P a * ra Misses and Children's SHOES, at
50c. to $2 50 per pair.
500 pairs Ladies' Cotton HOSE, at 11c. per
pair.
1000 pairs Men's Heavy BOOTS, at $3,
$3 50, $4, $4 50 and $5 per pair.
500 Boys' BOOTS, at $1 50, $1 75, $2, $2 25,
$2 50 and $3 per pair,
Our Boots and Shoes are all made to order,
and every pair warran ted.
2000 pounds WHITE SUGAR, at 12 and 12}
1 *
Cts per pound.
„ nr\rr mr 4 Aft ..
2000 gallons COIL OIL, at 20 CtS. per gallon
2000 pounds BROWN and YELLOW
SUGAR, at 10 and 11 cts. per pound.
A full assortment of
SELF-SEALING GLASS FP.U1T JARS. TIN
pRUIT CANS, PORCELAIN LINED
KETTLES, Ac.
We »till adhere to the custom inangn
rated by us ofdeducliD K 10 p er cent - on Dr J
Goods and 5 per cent, on Groceries for CASH,
•o
m . , . , . „
TuS undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to the public and the citizens of Mid
dletown particularly that he has taken the
L An#a _ _ » \i-aai
store-house on North Broad street, Mi4dle
town, Del., formerly occupied by David W.
Eliason, having bought Out his interest,
where I will keep always on handa well-select
ed stock of choice Groceries, Fruits, and Pro
S. M. Reynolds.
September 4th, 1474—lin.
Market House.
visions, os well as a full supply of fresh Veg
etables. Also, Fresh and Salt Meat, sliced, at
| all times. I will algo keep an assortment of
VERY BEST GROCERIES,
at very low prices. My stock will consist of
the very best articles that tbe market can af
ford, and will give entire satisfaction to the
most 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. I will also buy
all kinds of Poultry at market prices for cash,
and it will be to the interest of all to call on
me before sellingor purchasing elsewhere.
^W-Goods delivered free of charge.
Oct 11—1 y S. S. HOLTEN.
C. MAISEL,
TAILOR, (From Paris),
1331 Chestnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
may 21 — 1 /
50,000
PEACH TREES FOB SALE.
The undersigned, having been engaged a
long time in the peach business, has neither
spared pains nor expense to seenre tbe best
varieties of peaches, the best bearers, tbe
rgest peaches,and those that will carry well
and bring the most money in market. I am
now ready to receive orders for said trees, to
be delivered here in the Nursery or on hoard
the cars, this Fall, 1874, and the following
Spring. The following are the varieties and
the order of ripening :
Plowdm'i Red and
White Peach. Said
to be earlier than
Hale's Early, and
carries well.
Troth ' « Early. Aaold
variety, carries well.
Potter Peach, Red and
YeUow. New varie
ty, and the largest
early peach known.
ürmiferd s Earht.—
la
ted from a seedling
that came up in my
garden.
Smock. Beer's.
Salua]/.
Lattotnut' Large Lata
White Seedling. Took
1 st premium atWil
minglpa .JMtHHMei
in
To
Sii
e st
Reeve's Favorit».
Old Mixon. ,
Slump the World.
Crawford't Late. - J
Price'e Large RtimtA
White.
Delaware Whit». V;«
fine large «W ti
peach. ^
Towntend't Late Red Late La
and White. The fin
est and largest late l- jjBS m
red and white peach, j
ripening s&umtUM
IS :Smock. TlrliflÜ» I T<in
peac
wei
of:
»
th
th<
10
mistaKes; awpapgp
served in takiag up,
these trees for deliv«
soon. SJ
Townsend, Del., Sept. 19, 17
H
c
Sen
S
UEL
SND.
Im.
Publishing Co.
13 UatTersttjr PUee, Hew Tort.
Want Ageats every where for the following:
O mni OF THE HOLY BIB LB. Mted
kJ Hf limit Moore. An elegant Svo, 600 pp.,
granit» -from the Old Masters. Price $5.
0 ÜR FIRST HUNDRED TEARS. The lire
of the Republic. By C. Edwards lister. Twelve
monthly psrts, 90 pp. each. Royal 8vo. 60c. each part
L ife and public services of
CHARLES SUMMER. By C. Edwards Lester. 6th
edition, revised and enlarged. 8vo, 700 pp. $3.75.
T HE NEW YORK TOB! BS. By Warden Sut
ton. A complete history of noted criminals of New
York, and the romance of prison life. 8vo,670 pp. $3.60
Circulars, specimen pages, and terms to agents
application as above.
The United States
I en
of
on
se 19-4t
FOR RENT.
For
for
TWO excellent Tenant Houses, in first-rate
-L order, good cellars and very convenient,
will be rented to good, prompt tenants very
low, for the remainder of the rental vear.
Apply to J. THOS BU'DD
Rial Estate Aozitr,
Sept. 1st, 1874-tf Middletown, Del.
Jgrs dooda and (Ürotcrka.
To the Public.
FÏ 1 HE subscriber woold call the intention
X of the public to his
Large and Well-Selected Stock of
GOODS,
CoD8i8tiDg in part of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
QueeDSware, 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 PRICES
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TIMES.
10
5
40
18
15
00
10
50
at
Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere
NO CHARGE
FOR SHOWING GOODS.
Charles Tatman Jr.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
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90 !M repays
M. L. HARDCASTLE.
WITB
S.R. STEPHENS & CO.
)
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE.
New Spring and Summer Stock
AT CASH PRICES.
Dress Goods of various styles at a discount of
15 per cent, from cash prices. Alpacas,
Reps, Delaines, Ac. Gentlemen's Wear,
cloths & CASSIMERES,
And Satinets, all-wool $nd cotton-warp Ker
seys from 45 to 90 cents per yard.
Blankets, Comfortables, Coverlids,
Lap Robes, Horse Covets, Home-made Ker
sey Saits, men's and boys' Overcoats and
BEADY MADE CLOTHING,
Gum Overcoats,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Gum Boots, Overshoes and Arctics, men's
Fnr Gloves, Caps and Capes, -Ladies' Sable
and Ermine Muffs,
OAEPBTS.
All-wool ingrain Cottage, Stair and Hemp
Carpets from 25 to 90 cts. per yard. Oil Cloth
Suits, Back Gauntlets, Gloves, and Mitts.
GUNS, PISTOLS & CABTBIDGES,
.Wads, Tubes, Shrews, Rod Heads, Wash
rods, Ramrods, Flasks, and Shot Poaches.
Bayers will please call and examine oar
oar
goods as we are determined to sell CHEAP,
te^fsv. 29—tf.
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Send for self-measurement circular.
J. P. DOUGHTEN,
410 Market st. Wilmington. Del.
may 28-tf
YAFOBIe I N G PEOPLE—Male or Female.
vv Employment at home, $30 per week
warranted, no capital required. Particnlars
and valuable samples sent free. Address
with 6 cent rtturn stamp, C. ROSS, Williams
burg, N. Y . j!25-8t
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.
ang 29—tf.
(Ürain, dumber, <Jwd, fa.
E.T. EVANS. F. S. COX. ISAAC JONES, Jr.
E. T. EVANS & CO.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.,
GRAIN
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
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AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER8 IN
COAL, LIME, FLOUR,
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Having rented the siorehouse opposite the î
National Hotal, formerly occupied by E. T. j
FEED, SEEDS,
FERTILIZERS,
Agricultural Implements, dec.
Best Lehigh and Schuylkill anthracite and
Cumberland bituminous Coals on
hand at all times.
Oct 18—tf.
-A. T. BRADLEY,
WITH
S. i WHITLOCK & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Middletown, Delaware.
Evans A Co., we intend doing a commission
business in
We shall make it a specialty to get pure I
fceeds direct from the grower.
We will take to sell on commission, or we j
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, \
LAND AND BUILDING LI ME A
FERTILIZERS OF ALL KINDS, |
Farming Implements of All Kinds.
THE BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR,
FEED , SEEDS & HARDWARE.
COAL OF ALL KINDS.
will consign for any party, any kind of Pro- |
duce, at a small percentage.
Cash will he paid for Grain on car, where
a;r— ir ***——I
Goods delivered in town free of charge.
agewe P wfll'Vy roVea H se r, aU. the P " bIiC P"™"* |
8 . A. WHITLOCK k CO.,
Opposite National Hotel,
Middletown." Delaware.
mar 21—Iy
J. B. FOARD.
WM. A. COMEGYS.
FOARD & COMEGYS,
Grain Commission Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Lime, Fertilizers,i
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C / —. . —
U A Ij ,
FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, &c ,
1 1 * 1
ALSO, j
Agricultural Implements. |
Sole agents for
HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND
PHOSPHATE DRILL.
Also, Sole Agents for the
BUSSELL COE'S
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J. M. Rhodes' Genuine Phosphate,
Which we can sell on terms to suit the tight
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SOLUBLE PACIFIC Guano,
Whann's Raw-Bone Super-Phosphate and
SUN GUANO,
ness of tbe times.
All kinds of COAL constantly on hand, and
for sale at tbe very lowest cash rates.
STANTON MILLS
BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR.
_
LUMBER & HARDWARE. I
I
J. B. FENIMORE & CO.
sept 12 -ly.
I
Oppositz the Depot,
MIDDLETOWN, DELA WABE,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Lumber and Hardware,
BRICKS, LIME, hiar, sash, DOORS, BLINDS
MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, ETC. ETC.
Constantly on hand all kinds of
Building Material.
January 15—tf
„ BLATCHLEY'S
• c Improved Cucuhrer Wood
pä £ PUMP, Tasteles , Durable,
■< £ Efficient and Cheap. The
5L best Pump for the least mo
W e ^\pey. Attention is especially I
J invited to Blatchley's Pat- |
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ent Improved Bracket and
q new Drop Check Valve,
^ which can be withdrawn
g without removing the Pump
?ä^ä^|Ri«ii
which never cracks or scales, and will
last any other.
For sale by Dealers and the Trade general
ly. Inquire for Blatchley's Pump, and if not
for sale in your town, send direct to
CHAS. G. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
506 Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
For sale by J. B. Fknimore A Co.,
Middletown, Del.
out
mar 21 - 8 m.
POROUS DRAIN TILE. j
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Egg Shaped, 2 to 7 inches Calibre.
Round, with Collar, 1 } to 2 } inches Calibre.
W. M. BELL,
Smyrna, Del.
Successor to Allen A Bell.
Address
:
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apr 18-7m.
Suain^s Öfarda.
FUBNITUBE.
UNDERTAKING.
UPHOLSTERING.
The undersigned respectfully announces to
the citizens of Middletown and vicinity that
lie bas rn hand u large and well selected
stock of handsome and durable
Walnut and Other Furniture
I
vvtaieh he will sell very cheap for cash. Buy
ing 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 pur
chasers will be saved the freight on their
goods from tbe city.
He is also prepared to attend to
Undertaking Work
at short notice, and in a manner excelled
by none. Persons wishing Metallic or Wood-
en Caskets or Cases will find it to their ad-
vantage to call on him. He has, also,
-TAYLOR A SOW'S
Celebrated Corpse Preserver,
The Corpse may be dressed in the finest fab- I
ÄÜÄiÄSÄ
casket. I
Middletown Dei. |
C L lid K p S rmnptîv C repared vclr ' v ' 4c ' neaüy I
Always on hand and for sale, Clocks,
»Sugar and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold I
Breast-Pins, Ear-Rings, Finger-Rings, Sleeve
Buttons, Watch Chains, Watch Keys, Key
Rings, Steel Watch Chains, &c.
GEORGE W. WILSON,
Practical Cabinet Maker and Undertaker,
Fehl-12m
TRONAS MASSEY, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
Malm Street, meat door to National Hotel
Middletown, Delaware
silver and Plated Ware I
Suitable for Holiday Presents.
N. B.-Finc selection of 18 Kt. Weddin* I
Rings on Hand. .
ri-u o-i j c. . o . , . -.18
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AGENT FOB
DeVWNY'S SPECTACLES.
Dec. 12—tf.
j\f.
E. DICKSON,
No. 35} SOUTH EIGHTH STREET,
PHII.ADB1.PHIA,
DEALER IN
WATCHES AND JEWELBY,
SOLID STERLING
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| |h0SphatPfi, ^laUIirfS, H
Soluble
Pacific Guano.
This was first introduced in 1864. It is
sold extensively in the States of Connecticut,
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Dela
ware, Maryland, Virginia, North and South
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisisna ' and other state * for a11 Sta P le
crops, viz :
wheat,
CORN,
AND OTHER GRAINS,
TOBACCO, COTTON,
also for nse oh track farms, with entire satis-j
PHOSPHATE,!I
It has steadi'y increased in popular favor, |
as is manifested by the fact that the demand
,his J e , ar exceeds b Y far that of an J previous
year of its use. I
SUGAB-CANE, ETC. ;
faction to consumers.
It has encountered all the contingencies of
F. KABTHAUS F0CKE & CO.
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Mxssets, Md., Ace. 19 th, 1874.
Mettre. F. K. Focke £ Go. Philada :
Dear Sir : I have used yonr Pacific Guano
for a number of years, with various other
p h , o 9 p ,ia I ,es ' and was we ' 1 p ,aased with the
sails, lean recommend it ns being a good
fertilizer.
(Signed)
Very respectfully yours,
D. C. BLACKISTON.
Massets, Md., Aug.. 1874.
Mettre. F. K. Foeke £ Co. Philada:
Sirs: I nsed yourSolnable Pacific Gnaao ias
fall on my wheat along side of Turner's Exe
celsior in tbe same field and as near tbe samf
quantity of each as I could drill them, and it
there was any difference it was in favor of the
Pacific Gnano. It has done well for me and
I pronounce it a good fertilizer. I want
more this fall.
(Signed)
Truly, &c.,
B. F. J. SPARKS.
.
I cheerfully endorse the above statement.
C.H J. SPARKS.
(Signed)
FOR SALE BY
FOARD & COMEGYS,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
L. M. BEAN,
MASSEYS, MD.
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BOULDEN & BOWEN.
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CHESAPEAKE CITY, MD\
sept. 12—3 mos.
Coe's AmmonM Bone
Super-Phosphate,
The strongest manure now before the pnblic,
sale by the car load or in lots to suit pur
chaser. Price, $50.00 per Ton, 12 mos. or 5
per cent, off for Cash.
JOHN B. WILSON, Gen'l Agent,
Smyrna, Del.
Messrs. Foard A Comegys are my regular
authorized agents at Middletown, Del.
sept. 12 — 2 m.
fhosphates, Jttftriurts, &r.
m
SUN GUANO
%
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to
$32 Q
Pur Tan. XE
161 lUbr MArmmtD 4
nunna
$32
I The very large sale of BUN GUAlNO for Spring Groped
■* the «dendld «mita achieved by lta appUoaUon, have
I corroborated our representations of its excellent quality«
and established it as the popular fertilizer of the peninsula
A knowledge acquired by nine years' experience in
| the manufacture of fertilisers, with the assistance of omj
skilled Chemist suggested the formula unde r which thq
BUN GUANO is prepared
At our extensive works we manufacture our own Sul
phuric Acid and all the materials entering into the oomp oe .
ition of the SUN GUANO direct from the rough; satisfied
I with a reasonable profit for ourselves, and not having to pay
any profit to the manufacturers of ohemloals, ground bone,
materials used, we are enabled to oflter the J3UN
I GUANO at the extremely low price of
m
'Too.
$32
and guarantee every ton free from adulteration and fuUy
up to State Chemist's analysis. _
Every material used in making the SUV GUANO is a
fertilizer of itself, and by the judicious proportion of the diff
erent ingredients, we have attained results which make the
fertilizer so universally satisf actory to all who have used it!
t^We are ICAlHJFACTtniERS of fertilizers, and
MIXERS of manufactured articles from other facto
ries, and are not compelled to add sand or other worth
I less substances to enable us to sell the SUM GUANO at
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OTS STO requested tO OTdOT 6SXly. *
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WALTON, WHANN & CO., Maniraft
WILMINGTON, DEL,
FOR SALE BY
FOARD & COMEGYS, Middletown, Del.
J. C. & H. STOKLEY. Smyrna,
ANDREW WOODALL, Géorgetown, Md.,
AND ALL LOCAL DEALERS. .
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POR SEEIDXlsra- WHEAT
BAHAMA SOLUBLE GUANO.
THIS RENOWNED FERTILIZER, AFTER SEVERAL YEARS'
SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE, HAS PROVED ITSELF TO BE
UNSURPASSED AS AN INVIGORATOR OF THE SOIL.
IT COMBINES ALL THE ACTIVE, STIMULATING PROPERTIES OP
au "° 1 w ™ TBZ mis DUBJmz O™ 1 "«* «'
DISSOLVED BONE, AND FOR INSURING A HEAVY GROWTH OF GRASS
HAS NO SUPERIOR AS A FERTILIZER FOR
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The Bahama Soluble^ Guano has produced the most satlslhc
tory results In all parts or the country.
FOB SALE BY
FOARD & COMEGYS,
Middletown, Del.
Whitelock's Vegetator,
VEGETATOB *
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A RELIABLE MANURE FOR
Oats, Potatoes, Cora and Tobacco.
$50.00 per Ton.
$4 PEB BAG OF 160 POUNDS.
We endeavor to prepare the beet
made in the United States, and as an evident
of oar success, appeal with confidence to all
who have ever used the article on any crop,
and ask those who have not, to test its value
with a small quantity.
manure
W. WHITELOCK A CO.,
44 South Street,
Baltiuorr, Md.
Ang. 15—3m
NEW JEBSEY CHEMICAL CO'S
Super-Phosphate.
(W.&C.)
TRASS
MARX.
The New Jersey Chemical Company, hav
ing purchased the right of manufacturing the
celebrated Wattson A Clark Super-Phosphate,
their superior ^facilities will enable them to
maintain its past standard in every respect,
and at the same lime to offer it on more satis
factory terms than heretofore.
When large quantities are ordered a fair
ffiscount will be given for cash.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS, Agmt,
sept 12-3m. Middletown, Del.
sept 12-3m. __
Also, ag't for the sale of Geo. White's Lime
at kiln prices.
Lime! Lime!!
Rambo's Schuylkill Lime,
BAKER & PHILLIPS'
OHESTEB VALLEY LIME.
.^•Parties ordering early avoid tbe rnth
of later shipments.
E. T. EVANS & GO., Agents.
FERTILIZERS.
Whitelock's Vegetator,
WHANN'S Baw Bone Phosphate,
Whann's Sun Guano.
E. T. EVANS & CO., AGENTS.
sept 5—ly
WANTED.
A PPLES at the Delmarvia Mfg. Co. Small
apples, if sound, purchased at a uni
form price of 15 cents per bushel, large apples
20 to 25 cents per bushel. Bills to be pre
sented to Mr. Joseph Roberts, Treasurer, on
Satuadays between 10 A. M. and 3PM
aug 29—tf.

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