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! PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAILROADS. Delaware Division Tine Table. FALL. ARRANGEMENT. O N sad after Monday, Sept. 8th, 1874, (Sundays excepted,) Trains will leave as follows: NORTHWARD. • Passenger. Mixed a. u. a. a. r. a. Arrive. Philadelphia—I 1 18 8 15 10 00 -Baltimore-11 45 5 25 8 55 -Wilmington—1015 S SO 6 50 -Del. Junction 10 07 3 42 ; -New Caatle-19 55 3 30 6 28 -State Road -Bear- -Rodney— -Kirkwood-i 9 3C 3 00 -Mt. Pleasant—j 9 20 2 4» —TovnMd—— i 8 51 2 20 6 04 i _Ri.-khird_ 1 8 43 2 11 4 63 _Green Spring- 1 8 34 2 00 4 40 , _n.vtnn _ 8 °9 1 54 4 31 -S 05 135 Refont _ 8 21 1 44 4 18 Vonrtnn_ 8 141 1 36 4 06 —®_ 8 oo l 24 3 48 vjmin, — 7 51 1 1 13 3 3 i - ÏH _ 7 43 l 04 a l' SSn 7 «12 57 3 06 -Canterbury- 7 38 12 W 4 00 —— 7 20 12 30 2 35 —12 16 2 10 -rwiiniS in 05 1 54 — im 37 — "cafard 1 " 1136 f 05 - PrüTir ~ n 00 *2 20 -Delmar it oo ix M SOUTHWARD. Passenger. Mixed. a. u. r. w. a. w. Leave. 8 30 5 15 780 2 45 6 40 5 00 10 10 10 20 S48 5 25 10 32 7 00 9 45 3 17 7 05 10 35 9 42 3 13 712 10 45 10 50 10 67 3 05 7 16 5 55 7 25 6 56 7 35 610 1107 7 55 11 27 6 28 8 05 6 42 1136 8 11 6 49 11 41 8 19 7 01 1149 1156 12 10 12 02 1210 12 24 12 32 1240 12 45 12 60 8 25 7 13 8 41 8 31 7 21 8 38 7 33 8 50 8 00 8(8 810 9 06 911 9171 8 35 9 33 8 57 104 : 1 15 9 9 126 137 10 C3 158 l0 25 212 10 45 •2 25 Leare. Arrive. A. M. m. r. m. P. M. The mixed train will be run subject to delays inci dent to freight business, and will stop only at sta H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent (ion. where time ia given, sept 26—ly WILMINGTON AND BEADING RA TT -TÎOAD. Summer Arrangement. OR AND AFTKR TUESDAY, MAY 26th, 1874, Trains will ran over main line and Reading Branch as follows : Going Southward Going Northw.ard STATIONS. No 2. No 4. No. 6. A. M. P. M. P.M. No. 6. No. 3. No. 1. P. M. P M, A. M. 6 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 U7 8 34 4 56 9 41 Birdsboro', 5 54 11 34 4 32 9 07 5 30 10 15 Reading, CONNECTIONS. 5 20 10 00 4 00 At Wilmington, with trains on Philadel phia, Wilmington & Baltimore, and Dela ware Railroads ; at Chaddsford. with trains on Philadelphia A Baltimore Central Rail road ; at Coatesville, with trains on Pennsyl vania Railroad, and at Reading, with trains on Philadelphia A Reading, Lebanon Yalle , East Pennsylvania, and Rending A Columbia R. R.. and Berks County'Railroad. E. CÖLL1NGS, General Superintendent. ful to Jne 20-tf. For s River. T HE steamer "TRUMPETER" will, on and after Monday, June 8th, leave Georgetown at 8 a. m. ( Buck Neck at 11 a. m:, and all tbe intermediate landings on the route Une hour later than heretofore; arriving in Baltimore at 2 p. m. Returning, will leave Baltimore at her usual hour—in} a. m. We sincerely trust that the friendly rela tions hitherto existing between the steamer Trumpeter, her patrons, and the public gen erally, may never grow less ; for the perpet uation of which we will ever be found striv ing our very best, mar 1-1 y is all pi ^ the use and WM. CÜNDIFF, Capt. L07EBS OF ME FOULTET! The undersigned would respectfully call yonr attention to tke choice collections of FINE FOWLS which be U now offering for sale (for breed ing purposes) at very low prices, con sidering the high standard of their pedigree. Tbe varieties con sist of the following: \ "DARK BRAMAS" bred from "WIL HERSTINES" and "IMP0R LIAMS, TED STOCK. 'PARTRIDGE COCHINS," bred from IM PORTED STUCK. "BUFF COCHINS," bred from "CHURCH MAN'S STOCK." BRONZE TURKIES, from B. F- Lewis' prize Stock. EGGS of all the above for sale. Cali and examine them, or address HENRY CLAYTON, MT. PLEASANT, DELAWARE. January 17, 1874-lyr. X,. V. ASPRIL Wishes to inform the farmers and public gen erally that be still continues the manufacture of FARMING IMPLEMENTS At the old 9tand, on the corner of 5th and Broad streets, in ODESSA. DELAWARE, Giving strict attention to the man jfactore 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 caslings at Newark, Del., whose work was celebrated as tip-top, will keep constantly on hand a large supply, wholesale and retail, at modtrate pri ces. The public will also be reminded that be, only, has the right in this State to facture the celebrated Pioneer Stump Puller, which for strength and durability has proven fully equal to the task. All kinds of repair ing, together with Horse-Shoeing, done with neatness and dispatch. Plow Bolts and Clev ises constantly on band. Being thankful ma Du for past favors, by strict at tention to business, we hope to mérita liberal share in the future. Odessa, 1874. ; L. V. ASPRIL. sel9-ly NOTICE. W E, the undersigned, merchants of Mid- , dletown, do agree to close our respec tive places of business al 8 o'clock, on and I after November 2d, 1874, and continue until March 25th, 1875 : S. M. REYNOLDS. CHAS. TATMAN, Je., — provided all the ; aigners live up to their agreement. W. H. MOORE k CO. J. H. SCOWDRICK 4 CO. J. F. ELIASON. G. W. W. NAUDAIN,—provided all tba : aigners live up to their agreement. October 17—2t j MIDDLETOWN IB0NF0UNDBY AND MACHINE SHOP. P LOWS and Plow Castings, Machine C ast logs of all kinds on hand or made lo ! order. Particular attention given to Repairing : irhinprr Pash fnr old Trrm * j Machinery. Cash for old Iron. WM. L. BÜCKE k SON, Founders and Machinists. [ Jan 4-tf i j On Manhood, Womanhood and their Mutual Inter-Relations ; Love, Its Laws, Power, etc. 1 Agents are selling from 15 to 25 copies a day. j Send for specimen pages and terms to agents, and see why it sells faster than any other ! boob. Address National Publishing Co., I oct 3—4t Philadelphia, Pa. | AGENTS WANTED FOR Prof. FOWLEB'S GREAT W0BK lediral ! tGKs Ü * A m ing to directions, and remain long unwell, vided their bones are not destroyed by ml poison or other means, and vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. »yapcpsln ar Indigestion, Headache, Pain *n the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bail Taste In the Mouth, Billons Attacks. Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain In the region of the kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspeimla. One wm prove R better KuaranU . e of its merit» than a lengthy advertisement. Far Female Complain», In young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn oflife, these Tonic Bitters display so de- elded an Influence that Improvement Is soon per- Ce Far e iaNammatary anil Chronic Rhea* Htl | |H G„ u t, Bilious, Remittent and Inter mittent I'evers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid neys and Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood. They are a gentle Purgative as well a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as a powenul agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and In Billons Diseases. For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rhc-n. B otches. Spots, rimples, Pastilles, Bolls, Carounclcs. Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas. Itch. Scurfs. Discolorations of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name or nature, are literally dng up and carried out of the system In a short time by the use of these Ritten. Grateful Thousands proclaim Vineoar Bn TERS tlie most wonderful Invigorant that ever sus tained the sinking system. R. H. McDOIVATiD A CO. Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, CaL, t oor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N. T. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS A DEALERS. w « .ÇA »HE ms VINEGAR BITTERS A No Person can lake these Ritters accord prô nerai Aug I-l.r. CORNS, BUNIONS. Corns —How they sting, throb, ache, smart and burn, upon our feet. In vain vre beg. we threaten we curse, we flourish the shar}>e8t knives above thei heads, we burn, we cut, hack, hew and fell, and stil the pesky corns remain a thing of misery. Uselesi^ are entreaties, tearr, curses, groans; nothing can re move our corns but Briggs' Alleviator and Curative, a sure cure for Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, and all ailments of the feet. Piles,I sTxaxAi, External. Bleedixo or ITCHINO-The in tense suffering occasioned by tbe disease, in its va rious forms, is knoirn only to those who are unfortu nate enough to be afflicted with it. The sleepiest nights, the uncomfortable days, the haggard looks id the sufferer hear witness of the intensity of the pub experienced when troubled with this prevailing dis ease. The success nl Briggs' Pile Remedy Piles! Piles! a posi tive cure is unequaled in the annals of medicine. Re lief is immediate wl en used as directed. The im mense demand for this great remedy is unparalelled Thousands are using it with the most satisfactory re sults. WjiftlfV Neuralgia and Nervous Diseases. The won derfuleffect oi Dr. J. Briggs* Alleviator, for the spéedy cure of the above mentioned very prevalent and pain ful disease, is known to many thousands who have used it with unqualified success. In every ca.«eof theaboveenumeratedcorapIaint3.it has never failed to give immediate relief. fin. ... ^4. a» This fatal and dreaded dis wOnSUmpXIOn. ease can, and has been cured Dr. J. * B. Briggs'JThroat and Lung Healer a pleasant, agreeable aud sure remedy for Coughs, Whooping Cough. Croup, Hoarseness, Bronchitis. Laryngitis, Sore Throat, Asthma, Consumption, and all diseases of the throat, lungs and chest, pi IÎ 'WT Q Are the most plentiful kind of grain ^ ^ ^ in the 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 use of Briggs' Corn aud Bunion remedies, Alleviator and Curative. Bunions, Bad Nails and all Diseases of the Feet, Cancers and Scrofulous Humors, Piles, Ac., skillfully and successfully treated at the great central Chirropodical and Healing Institute, 697 Broadway, New York Corns Dr J. Briqqs A Co., Prop. Dr. Briggs' Remedies for sale by fcSAM'L R. STEPHENS k CO. March 1-ly. Middletown, Del. Also for sale by H. P. Baker, Odessa, Del. > This Vi rem e <1 y V will in al- \\ most eve- y ry case y immed ia - * tely re'ieve the most se vero cases This Pill has been used with grea' suc cess in private prac tice. It cannot l produce any ill \ effects, and a fair \\ tria' will convince .A» every one of the value of this remedy, y w h o r e fflic *4 ® % z » \u FBOF. of JACKSON'S AGUE PILLS e d fer with 'that most /d e - press ing di 33 PRICE and prove in-'v valuable in Neuralgia, 4 Intermittent Fe-1 vers, and Headache and i9 a splendid Toxic for reduced conditions of the system. 50c. A sease, tzS •*1 o 3 \ o Drs W. H. BARR aud GEO. G. CHAM BERLAINS, Agents, Middletown, [sept 5-3m ATTENTION! HOUSEEEEFEBS ! ! T HE subscribers are now prepared to furn ish Lehigh, Locust Mountain, Schuyl kill and Wilkesbarre carefully selected and prepared for family use, at their yard in Fredericktow n, and will de liver at Ceciltou and Galena Also, will furnish car load quantities at any station the Kent County R. R. When ordered in sufficient quantities, we will deliver by vessel, al any landing on Sas safras, 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 on BITUMINOUS COAL, Suitable for all steam purposes, and for black smith uses. EVANS & JOLLS. Fredericktown, Md., Aug. 25, 1874. ; au29-2m p. o. addbess-cecilton, cecil co., md. R. E. COCHRAN. JOHN NIX. J. C. HUNT. , I COCHRAN, NIX & CO., ] WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS FRUITS AND PRODUCE, j : j IN NO. 96 PARK PLACE, N. V. Poultry for Christmas and New Year a Specialty. In order to secure prompt sales , of the poultry we should receive it at least 1 three days prior lo each holiday. Consignments solicited. Dec 13—ly w I_ I POSTPONEMENTS Impossible. will buy a First Mortgage Premium Bond 1 ' OF THE J,1i N. Y. Mistrial EiMIndi Company Authoiiied b.v the Legislature of the State of X Y. s< rl " JA». 4. 187a. j Every Bond will be redeemed with a Pre mium as an equivalent for interest ranitsal Prumium emn nnn , J, ** ' Address for Bonds and full information, ; MORGEHiTlUl 1 , BRUNO & Co., j Financial Agents, 23 PARKROW. N. Y. j P. O. Drawer 29. oct 3—6w |rarh ®r«a and plants. 60,000 PEACH TEEES FOE SALE . The undersigned, having been engaged a long time in the peach business, has neither spared pains nor expense to secure the best varieties of peaches, the best bearers, the largest 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 lie delivered here in the Nursery or on board the cars, this Fall, 1874, and the following spring. The following are the varieties and the order of ripening : Plowden'e Red and White Peach. Said to be earlier than Hale's Early, and carries well. Troth't Early. An old variety, carries well. Foster Peach, Red and Yellow. New varie ty,-and the largest early peach known. Townsend 1 1 late White Crawford's Early .— Genuine stock. Rcere's Favorite. Old Mixon. Stump the World. Crawford's Late. Price'e Large Red and »hite. Delaware White. A fine large white peach. Townsends Late Red and White. The fin est and largest late red and white peaeh, ripening same time as Smock. Origina Persons making engagements, can rely on he purity of these trees. One man budded the whole lot, and was careful to make no mistakes, and the utmost care will be ob served in taking up, hunching and labeling these trees for delivery Send in your orders xion. Townsend, Del., Sept. 19, 1784—3m. wasted Pain Chest, Bail of the painful One merit» old, or de- per- Rhea* Inter Kid equal. as a Inflam In Salt Bolls, Eyes, Skin, name the Ritten. Bn sus t ted from a seedling that came up in my garden. Smock. Beer's. Salway. Lattomus ' Large Late White Seedling. Took let premium at Wil mington Exhibition in 1872 accord prô nerai Similar to Lattomus' and ripens about the same time. They are both the largestwhite peaches grown weighing from $ to j j of a pound. Large Red and White Cling. Large. Late White Heath Cling. Late Large Yellow .— October ding. Benohamp's Large late Transparent. A new variety. SAMUEL TOWNSEND. MIDDLETOWN Nursery and Fruit Farm, A large and varied assortment of and we thei stil re a and General Nursery Stock For Sale at low rates. in va id pub dis PEACH TREES A SPECIALTY E. R. COCHRAN. October 17—tf Woodside Nursery. posi Re im re and won pain have failed CHOICE selection of PEACH TREES of the best family and market varieties. SMALL FRUIT PLANTS, OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, ETC., For full of 1874 and spring of 1875 planting for sale at very low prices. Address HENRY CLAYTON, Mount Pleasant, Del. dis been and a aged re to the me of of the aug 29—tf. FIRST BR'SD GIFT CONCERT, Montpelier Female Humane Association AT ALEXANDRIA. VA., NOVEMBER 23, 1874. LIST OF GIFTS I 1 Grand Cash Gift. 1 Grand Cash Gift. 1 Graud Cash Gift. 10 Cash Gifls, $10,000 each 15 Cash Gifts, 50 Cash Gifts, 100 Cash Gifts, 1,000 Cash Gibs, 1,000 Cash Gifts, 20,000 Cash Gifts, » the the ....$ 100,000 .... 50.000 .... 25,0l'O .... 100,000 .... 75,000 .... 50,0.0 500 each. 50 OuO 100 each 50 each. 50,000 20 each Del. 5.000 each 1.000 each 100,000 400,000 12,178 Cash Gifts, amounting to $1,00,009 Number of Tickets. lOO.OOO. PRICE OF TICKETS. Whole Tickets. Halves . Quarters . Eifrhihs or each Coupon 5J Tickets for. .$ 20.00 . 10.00 5.00 2 50 100.00 The Montpelier Female Humane Associa tion, chartered by the Legislature of Virginia aud the Circuit Court of Orange Co., propo ses by a Grand Gift Concert to establish and endow a "Home for the Old, Infirm, and Des titute Ladies of Virginia," at Montpelier, the former residence of President James Madison. Governor's Office, Richmond. July 3, '74. It affirds me pleasure to say that 1 am well acquainted w ith a large majority of the offi cers of tbe Montpelier Female Humane Asso ciation, who reside in Ihe vicinity of my home and I attest their intelligence and their worth and high reputation as gentlemen, as well as the public confidence, influence and substan tial means liberally represented among them. James L. Kemper, Gov. Virginia. Alexandria, Va., July 8, 1874.— * * » commend them as gents of bouor and integ rity, and fully entitled to the confidence of the public. * • * R. W Hughes, U. S. Judge East'n Dist. of Va. Further references by permission : His Ex cellency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex-Governor of Va.; Hon. Robt. E. Withers, Lieut.-Gov. of Va aud U. S. Senator elect ; Senators and Members of Congress from Va. Remittances for tickets may b* made by press prepaid, post-office money-order Washington, 1). O., or by regisiered letter. For full particulars, testimonials!' Ac., send for Circular. Address, i ex on Hon JAMES BARBOUR, Prest't M. F. H. A., Alexandria, Va. Reliable agents wanted everywhere. Oct 3-4t. THE MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO., winners of Three Highest Medals and Diplo ma of Honor, at Vienna, '73, and Paris, '67, now offer the Finest Assortment of the BEST CABINET URGANS in the world, including new styles with recent improvements, not on ly exclusively for cash, as formerly, hut also on New Plans ot Easy Payments, the most fa vorable ever offered. Organs rented w tli privilege of purchase, to almost anv part of the country. First payment $9.90 or up wards. Illustrated Catalogues aud Circulars, with full particulars, sent free on request. Address MASON k HAMLIN ORGAN ')0., oct8-4t Boston, New York or Chicago. ed all Delaware College. The next Collegiate year will begin ] on at a nil me WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d. Each member of the Legislature has ap j pointments to two free scholarships. For catalogues or information, apply to : tbe President, WM. H. PURNELL, LL D., j Augl-3ms. , 1 Newark, Delaware. FARMS WANTED. T HAVE enquiries for small farms on this Peninsula, and respectfully solicit persons having such farms, improved or otherwise,to place them in my hands for sale. Blanks for description furnished upon application by I mail. J. THOMAS BUDD, Real Estate Agent, Middletown, Del. 1 ' July 25—3m. ATTENTION. A LL persons having hills against the Pe ninsula Agricultural aud Poniological j Association are requested to present them im» mediitely to J. THUS. BUDD Middletown Del Oct 3 1874 Sec'r '_ WJ ANTED—A gen Is for the "Life and Ex ; W plumions of Dr. Livingstone." rom j plete, authentic, a tresh book. Price a tiled j tu the times. Address, B. B. Rlsseli, t uh lisher, Boston, Mass. oci3-4t 1 Jrt? doods and droreries. ! . To the Public. a f|7HE subscriber would call the JL of the public to his Large and Well-Selected Stock of GOODS, Consisting in part of DRYGOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Hardware, attention Qneensware, Wood and Willow Ware, Earthen and Stone Ware. PISH, 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. j ■ Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere NO CHARGE FOR SHOWING GOODS. Charles Tatman Jr. MIDDLETOWN, DEL. apr. 9—tf J|-S3 Mdv Nosvna 'ii t ZDXVU3X3 ni N3XVJ, son a os d xsiNnoo '3S3HM3873 ONISVHOSOd ssos S3 77 VO V SO SAIO M07 ASSA Q70S S3 77 IM ÜNV 'SSVO HUM O3I0373S NS33 SA VH IIOIHM SO 77V 'SSOIS AS1NOOO SSV70 ASSIS v ni iss s mvnsn onihiassas gnv 'saooo ssifitns qnv omsds SO MOOIS <13103738 773M (INY 303V7 V G3AI3033 1SOT SAVH ÏL '2Z 7IHHV 'NA\ Of 3700IN •illNIOIA (MV NMOL -Tiaam 10 thohj hhl ol J. OuO ieotyoji repeds M L. HARDCASTLE. New Spring and Summer Stock AT CASH PRICES. WITH S.B. STEPHENS 4 CO., MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE. 50 the Dress Goods of various styles at a discount of 15 per cent, from cash prices. Alpacas, Reps, Delaines, Ac. Gentlemen's Wear, cloths & CASSiMERES, as » of of of And Satinets, all-wool and cotton-warp Ker seys from 45 to 90 cents per yard. Blankets, Comfortables, Coverlids, Lap Robes, Horse'Covers, Home-made Ker sey Suits, men's and boys' Overcoats and BEADY MADE CLOTHING, Gum Overcoats, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Gum Boots, Overshoes and Arctics, men's Für Gloves, Caps and Capes, Ladies' Sable and Ermine Mulls, C -A. IR, IF E T S. on All-wool ingrain Cottage, Stair and Hemp Carpets from 25 to 90 cts. per yard. O'l Cloth Suits, Buck Gauntlets, Gloves, and Mitts. GUNS, PISTOLS & CARTRIDGES, Wads, Tubes, Shrews, Rod Heads, Wash rods, Ramrods, Flasks, and Shot Pouches. Buyers will please call and examine our goods as we are determined to sell CHEAP. Nsv. 29—tf. tli of Market House. The undersigned would respectfully nounce to the public and the citizeus of Mid dletown particularly that he has taken the store-house ou North Broad street, Middle- j town, Del., formerly occupied by David W. I Eliason, having bought out his interest, where 1 will keep always 011 hauda well-select ed stock^f choice Groceries, Fruits, and Pro visions, as well as a full supply of fresh Veg etables. Also. Fresh and Salt Meat, sliced, at all times. I will also keep an assortment of an VERY BEST GROCERIES, at very low prices. My slock will consist of the very liest articles that the 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 besatisfied. All kinds of Produce bought and satisfaction guaranteed. 1 will also buy nil kinds ot Poultry at market prices for cash, and it will be to the interest of all to call on me before sellingor purchasing elsewhere. Goods delivered free of charge. Oct 11-ly S. S. HOLTEN. C. M/VISEL, TAILOR, (From Paris), 1321 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA. may21—ly 1 Oit 3d, 1874-tf R. EDWARDS. TAILOR, . Transcript Building, MIDDLETOWN, DEL. \ drain, lumber, Jeed, fa. ! R T. EVANS, F. S. COX. ISAAC JONES, Jr. E. T. EVANS & CO of ■ MIDDLETOWN, DEL., GRAIN COMMISSION MEEGHANTS » AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN COAL, LIME, FLOUR, ■ FEED, SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, Agricultural Implements, &c. Best Lehigh and Schuylkill anthracite and Cumberland bitumiuous Coals oo hand at all times. Oct i8-tr. A. T. BRADLEY, WITH S. A. WHITLOCK & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS Middletown, Delaware. Having rented the storehouse opposite the National Hotel, f .rmerly occupied by E. T. Evans 4 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 & HARDWARE. COAL OF ALL KINDS. We shall make it u specialty to get pure Meeds direct from the grower. We will take to sell on commission, or we will consign for any party, any kind of Pro duce, at a small per centage. Cash will lie paid for Grain on car, where there is a large quantity, if the seller should want it. Goods delivered in town free of charge. Hopinj: to share a part of the public patron agewe will try to please all. S. A. WHITLOCK A CO., Opposite National Hotel, Middletown, Delaware mar 21—ly J. B. rOARD. WM. A. COMEOY8. FOARD & C0MEGYS, Grain Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Lime, Fertilizers, COAL, FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, &c., ALSO, Agricultural Implements. Sole agents for HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND PHOSPHATE DRILL. Also, Sole Agents for the SOLUBLE PACIFIC Guano, Whaun's Raw-Bone Super-Phosphate and SUN GUANO, BUSSELL COE'S PHOSPHATE. J. M. Rhodes' Genuine Phosphate, Which we can sell on terms to suit the light ness of the times. All kinds of COAL constantly on band, and for sale at the very lowest cash rates: STANTON MILLS BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR. sept 12—ly. UMBER & HARDWARE. J. B. FENIMORE & CO. I Opposite the Depot, MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Lumber and Hardware, BRICKS, LIME, hiar, sash, DOORS, BLINDS MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. ETC. Constantly on band all kinds of Building Material. January 15—tf BLATCHLEY'S • Improved Cucumber Wood e; S PUMP, Tasteles , Durable, < £ Efficient and Cheap. The best Pump for the least mu ney. Attention is especially WJ invited to Blalchley's Pat ent Improved Bracket and q new Drop Cheek Valve. < which can lie withdrawn without removing the Pump or disturbing the joints.— Also, the Copper Chamber. which never cracks or scales, and will last any other. For sale by Dealers and the Trade general ly. Inquire for Blalchle.t's Pump, and if not for sale in your town, send direct lo CHAS G. BLATCHLKY, Vlatiuf durer, 506 Commerce St.. Philadelphia, P». (ii 'VyL-; •Ï as j H oui* For sale by J. B. Fez tuons 4 Co., Middletown, Del. mar21-8tu. POROUS DRAIN TILE, a Egg Shaped,.2 to 7 inches Calibre. Round, with Collar, lj to 2} inches Calibre. ! W. M BELL, Smyrna, Del. Successor to Allen 4 Bell. Address j ' «pr 18-7m. ItrsmesB d[ards. FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING. UPH0LSTEEIN6 The undersigned respectfully announces tc the citizens of Middletown and vicinity tha' lie has rn hand a large and well selected stock of handsome and durable Walnut and Other Furniture t which he will.sell very cheap for cash. Buy ing at wholesale cash rates he feels assure that he can sell as low as the same goods cat lie bought elsewhere. By buying of him put ehasers will he saved the freight on tbei goods from the city. He is also prepared to attend lo Undertaking Work at short notice, and in a manner excellei by none. Persons wishing Metallic or Wood eu Caskets or Cases will find it to their ad vantage to call on him. He has, also, TAYLOR & SOW'S Celebrated Corpse Preserver The Corpse may be dressed in the finest fab rics and not be soiled, (and cau be seen at all ■imes) as nothing but dry cold air entert tb. Casket. GEORGE W. WILSON, Practical Cabinet Maker and Undertaker, Feb 1-12m • Middletown Del M. E. DICKSON. No. 35J SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, ORALER I* 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 Dec. 10—tf all ages. THOMAS MASSEY, JR. - CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, Main Street, next door to Notional Hotel Middletown, Delaware /"''1LOÇKS, Watches. Jewelry, Ac. neatly vJ and promptly rcptired. Always on hand and for sale, Clocks, Watches, Plated Ware, Forks, Spoons, Sil ver Napkin Rings, Silver Thimbles, Salt .Sugar and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Gob Breast-Pins, Ear-Rings, Finger-Rings, Sleevt Keys, Key Buttons, Watch Chains, Watch Rings, Steel Watch Chains, Ac. AGBNT FOR De vnwrs SPECTACLES Dec. 12—tf. Phosphates; gRmtre fcc. Soluble Pacific Gruano. This was first introduced in 1864. It is sold extensively in Ibe States of Connecticut. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Dela ware, Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi. Louisiana, and other 'States for all Staph crops, vie : WHEAT, CORN. AND OTHER GRAINS, TOBACCO, COTTON, SUGAR-CANE, ETC. ; also for use on truck farms, with entire satis faction to consumers. It has encountered all the contingencies o' varying seasons, and all the disasters to crops arising from natural causes. It has steadier increased in popular favor, as is manifested hy the fact that the demand ihis year exceeds by far that of any previous year of its use. F. KABTHAUS F0CEE & CO. PHILADELPHIA, PA. I Masseys, Md., Ado. 19th, 1874. Mettre. F. K. Focke j- Co. Philada : Dear Sir : 1 have used your Pacific Guano for a number of years, with various other phosphates, and was well pleased with thé re sults lean recommend it as being a good fertilizer. (Signed) Very respectfully D. C. BLAQK yours, ÎSTON. Massets, Md.. Aug.. 1874. , Mettre. F. K. Focke $ Co. Philada : Sirs: I used your Soluable Pacific Guano 1ns fhll on my wheat along side of Turner's Exe eelsior in the same field and as near thesamf quantity of each ms I could drill them, and il :here was any difference it wasin favor of the Pacific Guano. It bas done well for me and I pronounce it a good fertilizer. I want more ihis lall. Truly, Ac., (Signed) B. F. J. SPARKS. I cheerfully endorse the above statement. (Signed) C. H J. SPARKS. FOR SALE BY FOARD & COMEGYS, MIDDLETOWN, DEL L. M. BE A. N, MASSEYS, MD. BOULDEN & BOWEN, CHESAPEAKE CITY, MD sept. 12—3 mos. Bussell Coe's AmmoniateS Bone Super-Phosphate, The strongest manure now.hefore the public, for sale by the car load or in lots to suit pur chaser. Price, $5n Oil per Ton, 12 mos. or 5 per cent, off lor Cash. : ■ j 1 JOHN B. WILSON, Gen'l Agent, Smyrna, Del. Messrs. Foard 4 Comègys are my regular authorized agents at Middletown, Del. sept. 12—2m. * Jhospîtnffs, Jflaniiri.' fa. SUN GUANO SUN Uf o g % $32 GÛÂN AND p.. Tm BONE PHOSPHAT i U r manufactured b\ BUÏÏH.WHANH $32 The very large sale of SUN GUANO for Spring Grope; and the splendid results achieved by its application, have corroborated our representations of its excellent quality« and established it as the popular fertiliser of the peninsula A knowledge acquired by nine years' experience in the manufacture of fertilisera, with the assistance of our skilled Chemist. suggested the formula under which the SUN GUANO is prepared At our extensive works we manufacture our own Sul phuric Arid and all the materials entering into the oompos. ition of the SUN GUANO direct from the rough; satisfied with a reasonable profit for ourselves, and not having to piy any profit to the manufacturers of ohpmicals, ground bone, andotber materials used, we are enabled to offer the SUN GUANO at the extremely low price of and guarantee every ton free from adulteration and ftdlj np to State Chemist's analysis. Every material used in making the SUN GUANO Is a fertilizer of itself, and by the judicious proportion of the diff erent ingredients, we have attained results which make the fertiliser so universally satisfactory to all who have need it *£*We are liANUFACTUBERS of fertilise sod not MIXERS of manufactured articles from other facto ries, and are not compelled to add sand or other worth less substances to enable ns to sell th e SUIT GUANO at this price.'^ar ._ The Sun Guano is in FINE DRILLING condition, and Is for sale by all dealers. The demand win be large for Wheat Seeding, and farm ers are requested to order early. WALTON, WHANN & CO., Maau'fis., WILMINGTON, DEL. FOR SALÉ BY FOARD & COMEGYS, Middletown, Del. J. C. & H. STOKLEY. Smyrna, ANDREW WOODALL, Georgetown, Md., AND ALL LOCAL DEALERS. I . im, i: 44 £ »0Â : FOE, SEEX3X1TO WHEAT v USB VBB 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 OF PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, WITH THE MORE DURABLE QUALITIES OF DISSOLVED BONE, AND FOR INSURING A HE A V-Y GROWTH OF GRASS HAS NO SUPERIOR. AS A FERTILISER FOR * Tbe Bahama Soluble Guano bas produced tbe most satisfac tory results In all parts off tbe- country. FOB SALE BY FOARD & COMEGYS, Middletown, Del. WMteicck's vegetttor, ' j O** MLAD«** CO ' S KAM >V ******^ÿj§?2?** # * 'S. « A RELIABLE MANURE FOR Oats, Potatoes, Cora and Tobacco. $50.00 per Ton. $4 PER BAG OF 160 POUNDS prepare the bett manure Siates, aud as an eviaem-e We endeavor to made iu the United of our success, appeal with confidence to all who have evgr used tbe article on any crop, and ask those w ho have not, to test its value with a small quantity. W. WHITELOCK k CO., 44 South Street, Baltimore, Md. Aug. 15—3m NEW JEBSEY CHEMICAL CO'S Super-Phosphate. (W.&C.) : ! TRAPS MARK. The New Jersey Chemical Company, hav ing purchased the right of manufacturing the celebrated U'attsun 4 ('lark Super-Phosphate, their superior '.facilities will enable lhem lo maintain its pHst standard in every respect, and at the same time to offer it on more satis factory terms than heretofore. When large quantities are ordered a fair discount will be-given foi cash. JOHN A. REYNOLDS, Agent, sept 12-3m. Middletown, Del. Alan, Hgt for the aale of Geo. White'» Lime at kiln price». T.jmfi T T.irne T T j Rambo's Schuylkill Lime, BAKER & PHILLIPS' CHESTER .VALLEY LIME. .^7"Parties ordering early avoid tbe rush of later shipments. E. T. EVANS & C0. f Agents. FERTILIZERS. Whitelock's Vegetator, WHANN'S Baw Bone Phosphate 1 Whann's Sun Guano. <4 E. T. EVANS & 00., AGENTS., sept 5—ly WANTED. A PPLES at the Detraama Mfg. Co, Small apples, if Bound, purchased at a uni form price of 15 cents per bushel, large appbs 20 to 25 cents per bushel. Bills to be pre sented to Mr, Joseph Roberts, Treasurer, on Satuadays between 10 A. M. and 3 P. M. aug 29—tf.