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And other material to onr stock, we are
folly prepared to do
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AT SHORT NOTICE, *
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OUR NEW CAMPBELL
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kc., any size from the largest lo the
smallest, in any color, or
VARIETY OF COLORS,
AND OF ANY NUMBER,
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AT THE 8HORTEST NOTICE.
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Are done in such style and at such prices as
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CIRCULARS,
BILL HEADS,
LETTER HEADS.
OBEQUES,
NOTES
PAMPHLETS,
PROGRAMMES,
CARDS,
LABELS,
TAGS, Ac.,
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WITH OUR
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We can do every kind of small work with
the greatest promptness, and at as
LOW PRICES
As can be done at any other office on
the Peninsula.
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Try Us and You Will Not Coniplaiit,
NOTICE.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofere exist
ing between JOS. W. GARY and WM. FOX,
in the butchering business, was dissolved by
mutual consent en Saturday, 3d day of April.
All persons indebted to, er having claims
against, said firm, are requested tu settle and
present the same immediately to
JOS. W. GARY
Or WM. FOX,
Main Street. Middletown, all
April 10, '75.
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Stallions.
Membrlno & Abdallah Stallion
SLASHER.
S LASHER, bay,J16 hands, 5 years old,sired
by Ashland, son of Mamhrino Chief. 1st;
dam, Voung Peach Blossom, by Van Sicklen's
Abdallah, son of Old Abdallah, 2d dam,
Peach Blossom, by Mambrino, Jr., son of Old
Mamhrino, 3d dam, Nostrand mare, by imp.
Bellfounder, will make the season of 1875, at
Odessa, Del., Mondays, Tuesdays and Wed
nesdays ; at St. Georges, Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays.
ptCNLAP, bay, 16 hands 5 years old,sired
YJ by Knickerbocker, son of Rysdyk s Ham
blctonian: dam, the Lemmon mare, by Paul
Clifford, son of Vermont Black Hawk, (sire of
Ethan Allen) Paul Clifford's dam by Voung
Hambletonian; Knickerbocker's 1st dam Lady
Patchen by George M. Patchen (the sire of
Lucy) 2d dam by Old Abdallah, 3d dam by
May Dh}' son of Henrv. Donlup tv ill make
the* 9eason of 1875 at my stable, near St.
Georges, Del., Mondays, Tuesdays and Wed
nesdays; at Summit Bridge, Thursdays, En- |
days and Saturdays. .... ,
Slasher and Dunlap were awarded the two \
first premiums over thirteen other stallions at !
the Peninsula Agricultural Exhibition held at .
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Hambletonian & Fatoben Stallion
JDTJI^TXjJ^E 3 .
Middletown, Del., September 1874.
SPECIAL PREMIUMS 1875.
I will give the following premiums for the ;
best colts by Slasher and Dunlap. Season of
IsMjretnium of $20.00 for the best colt by j
Slasher, foaled 1875. , ,
2d premium of $10.00 for the 2d best colt by
SlaEher, foaled 1875.
1st premium of$30.00 for the best colt by ;
Dunlap, foaled 1875.
2d premium of $10.00 for the 2d best colt by -
Dunlap, foaled 1875.
These premiums to be awarded by the Com
mittee on colts at the Exhibition of the Pen
insula Agricultural and Pomological Associa
tion, at Middletown, Del., October 5, 6, 7 and
8th, 1875, at which time the colts must be
exhibited.
Terms— 40.00 to insure-; $20.00 by season. ,
For tabulated pedigrees or other particu
THOS. J. CRAVEN,
St. Georges, Del.
Or F. D. NORRIS,
31 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
lars, address
Mar. 20-2m.
Messenger, Cosmo and Mazeppa Stallion,
TANKERVILLE, JR.
Taxkbrvillk, Jr. is a black, with a star in his
forehead, eight years old, very handsomely formed,
IbX hands high, with strong Messenger points ; was
raised by Purser John N. Hambleton, of the U. S. Na
vy. Tankervilli, Jr., by Tankerville, the property
of Hon. James G. Earle; dam by Cosmo, from a Ma
zeppa mare ; g s, Morgan Black Hawk ; g g s, David
Hill's Black Hawk, of Bridgeport, Vt.; g g g s, Sher
man Morgan ; g g g g s, Justin Morgan ; Morgan
Black Hawk's dam, Messenger mare, sired by Col.
Clark's Messenger horse, out of a Messenger mare.—
By his dam's side he took the first premium for colts
of his age at the Fair held at Saratoga Springs, X.Y.,
his dam also drawing a premium. "He continued to
take the highest prize each year following, until, un
der the rules of the neighboring societies, he could
be no longer entered in competition." Subsequently,
at the Maryland State Fair, in 1856, he took the first
premium over Alexander, owned by G. M. Felton,
Stockbridge Chief, and other fine horses, (see Nov.
number of American Farmer, 1856,) and in 1857, the
first premium over Col. Carroll's Blackhawk, Henry
Clay, &c. (See American Farmer, November, 1857.)
Taukerville's dam was brought to Maryland from New
York. She was sired by Hambletonian, (again Mes
senger blood,) and was a mare of elegant style and
action. She was awarded the highest premium, as the
liest brood mare of her class, at the Maryland State
Fair in 1856. (See Amer Farmer, November, 1856.)
It will be thus seen that Tankerville has a large Infu
sion of the highly valued Messenger and fest trotting
stock; that he is descended from premium animals on
both sides, and that his Morgan blood is derived from
the Sherman family, through Hill's Blackhawk, the
most approved of that stock for harness use. Pedi
gree of Cosmo : Cosmo was by imported Sky Lark;
his dam by the famed imp. Priam, out of Sophia, by
Red Gauntlet, out of Col. Singleton's celebrated four
mile race mare Clara Fisher. Pedigree of Mazeppa :
Mazeppa by Contention, his dam bjr Francisco, grand
dam by Jack Andrew*, great grand dam by Dare Dev
il, imported, great great grand dam by Clockfast, im
ported,-Contention by Sir Archie; Francisco
was got by Hambletonian,imported ; his dam by Dr.
Dixon's celebrated Nightingale, and she descended
from old Nelpomene, from which was Pill Box, the
grand dam of Sally Walker, and the dam of Chanti
cleer by Wildair. The Dare Devil mare was the full
sister of Collier Harrison's celebrated Brutus. The
Jack Andrews mare was the dam of Jemina Wilkin
son. azeppa was full brother to Florida, and both
were excellent four mile horses. K^The above pedi
gree of az eppa wa? given to me by Judge Jno. Glenn
of Balt., his owner, in a letter dated Oct. 28, 1848.—
John X. Hambleton.
Tankirville, Jr. will make the present season at
St. Georges, Mondays and Tuesdays; at Odessa, Wed
nesdays and Thursdays; at Middletown, Fridays and
Saturdays.
TERMS.—$25 to insure a mare with foal. $15 by
the season, and $10 single service. WM. POLK,
April lO^tf E. R. COCHRAN.
THE THOROUGH-BRED HORSE
LEGATEE,
BY LEXINGTON,
Dam, Levity, by Imp. Trustee, kc., was bred
by the late R. A. Alexander, of Ky., and
raised by ex-Gor. Bowie, of Md.
Legates is a beautiful rich bay, 15} bands
high, remarkably well built and, very strong .—
He possesses not only the very best crosses for
running but also for trotting, his dam being
by Imp. Trustee, the sire of the great trotting
gelding that trotted twenty ( 20) n-Des in less
than one hour; his sire, Lexitig\n, second to
none as a sire and racer. Legatee Has done
some good running and is a very fine trotter
and driver.
He will stand the coming season at the Ho
tel in Odessa, Monday and Tuesday, March
22dand23d; at Mr. Wm. Diehl's, between
McDonough and Port Penn, Wednesday and
Thursday, 24th and 25th, where he may be
found every other week till Jane 24th. The
mean time he will be near Warwick, Md.
TERMS —$40 to insure. Season $25.
Groom 50 cents.
For further particulars, address
GEO. W. LOCKWOOD,
W ARWICK,
Cecil County, Md.
mar 13-tf.
Kapoleon and Sambo Stallion
NAPOLEON II.
NAPOLEON II is a bay, 15} hands high ;
sired by Louis Napoleon; dam, a Sainbo mare.
For style and speed be cannot be surpassed
by any other stallion in the State. Can trot,
when in condition, in 2.45. As a road horse
he has no superiors.
He will make the season of 1875, at Sura
mit Bridge, Mondays and Tu esdays; al A.
Maxwell's staples. Middletown Hotel, Wed
nesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. !
TERMS.—$30 to insure; $20 by the season.
For further particulars, address
L. P. McDOWELL,
Middletown, De 1 .
HAMBLETONIAN STALLION,
mar 27-3m
LIBERTY.
Sired by Rysdyk's Hambletonian. Dam by
American Star, will make the season of 1875
in the neighborhood of MIDDLETOWN, Del.
under the care of a competent groom,
TERMS : $35.00 to insure, $5 of which sum
will be cash, and balance payable when the
mare is ascertained to be with foal.
For extended pedigree, description, or other
particulars, address
HAMBLETONIAN STOCK ASSOC'N,
April 3—3t
Middletown, Del.
M. E. DICKSON,
No. 35} SOUTH EIGHTH STREET,
PHH.ADE1.PHIA,
dealer is
WATCHES AND JEWELRY, j
SOLID STERLING
Suitable for Holiday Presents.
N. B.-Finc selection of 18 Kt. Wedding !
Rings on Hand
Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacle, to suit '
Dec. 10—tf
SÜVGr &H(1 Plated W ATB
all age«.
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PHILADELPHIA , WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROADS.
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PALL ARRANGEMENT.
N and after Monday, Sept. 8th, 1874, (Sunday*
excepted.) Trains will leave as follows:
SOUTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed.
a. u. P. M. A. M.
Ietre.
NORTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed
A. M. A. H. P. M.
Arrive.
8 301 515, I-Philadelphia— 115, 81510 00
7 30 * 2 45 ! Baltimore-ill 45 5 251 8 55
10 10 6 40 5 00 ——Wilmington—'1015 3 50 6 50
10 20 6 48 -Del. Junction 10 07 3 42
10 32 , 7 00 5 25 -Newcastle- 9 55 3 30 6 26
10 35! 7C5 -State Road- 9 45 3 17
10 45 712 -Bear- 9 42 313
}®"| JJ® 8M : ~K&"ï5Z=j 9 3? 3M 565
1I07 7 38 6 10 —Mt. Pleasant— 920 2 49 5 39
a 27, 7 65 6 28 —Middletown—, 910 239 52«
na j* J SjnÏÏHÏÏîfcZ! ÜÜ 2rt 4M
1149' 819 701 : _Green Spring- 8 34 2 00 4 40
a so! 8 25 713 -Clayton-18 29 1 54 4 31
1210 8 41 Symrna- f 2? ?
1202 831 11 — ■»•£=! \£ J"
12 24 8 50 8 00_Dover- 8 00|124 3 48
12 3 2 858 8l0i-Wyoming- 7 51 1 13 331
12 40 9 06 : — Woodside-— 7 43) 104. 316
12 45 jjjj. g35 _- 732 1260 2 57
1 04 9 33 ! 857! Harrington— 720
j ls o 09 t —Farmington—
l 26 9 23 -Greenwood
• 87. j | **f! = j£S_
2 12 10 25 -Laurel
2 25 10 451
12 30: 2 36
12 16 210
12 05' I 54
11 54 I 37
05
ll 17 12 43
11 00 12 20
Delmar
tions where time is given.
sept26-ly
Leave.
Arrive.
A. M.
M. P. M.
P. M.
The mixed train will be
dent to freight business, and will stop only at sta
ll. F. KENNEY,
Superintendent
subject to delays inci
WILMINGTON AND READING
RAILROAD.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
OH AND AFTKR »
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 1874,
Trains will run as follows :
Going Southward.
Going Northward.
STATIONS.
No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No.2. No.4. Ne.6.
A. M. A M. P.M, A. M. P.M. P.M.
6 45 9 30 5 15 WilmiugtOB,8 22 3 18 7 35
7 35 11 10 6 03 Chaddsford, 7 35 1 50 6 49
8 39 1 45 7 10 Coatesville, 6 25 11 31 5 50
9 43 3 44
10 25 5 26
10 58 6 10
9 23 4 42
8 00 4 04
7 00 3 30
Springfield,
Birdsboro',
Reading,
CONNECTIONS.
At Wilmington, with trains on Philadel
phia, Wilmington k Baltimore, and Dela
ware Railroads ; at Chaddsford, with trains
Philadelphia k Baltimore Central Rail
road ; at Coatesville, with trains on Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and at Reading, with trains
Philadelphia & Rending, Lebanon Valley,
Enst Pennsylvania, and Reading & Columbia
R. R., and the Reading and Lehigh Railroad.
E. C0LL1NGS,
General Superintendent.
on
on
Feb 20-tf.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
187».
1879.
DAILY TRIPS TO PHILADELPHIA.
Going South.
Leave Phila 2:00 pm.
Chester
Pennsgrove 3:50
New Castle 4:30
Del. City
Arve Salem 5:45
Going North.
Leave Salem 6:00 a m.
Del. City
New Castle 7:15
Pennsgrove 7:55
Chester
Ar've Phila 10:00
3:00
6:40
5:00
8:45
On and after MONDAY, APRIL 5th, 1875,
the Steamer MAJOR REYBOLD will leave
Salem DAILY (except Sundays,) at 6 o'clock,
A. M. Returning will leave pier foot of Arch
Street, Philadelphia, at 2 o'clock, P. M.—
Landing each way at Delaware City, New
Castle, Pennsgrove and Chester.
Stages for St. George's, McDonough and
Odessa, Del., connect at Delaware City.
Stage for Sharptown and Woodstown, N.
J., connect at Pennsgrove.
Stages for Wilmington, Del., connect at
New Castle.
Stage for Allowaystown, N. J., connect at
Salem.
Freight at low rates. All lost goods
muet be reported within three days.
P. REYBOLD, Captain.
Apr 10-ly
FOR
Sassafras River.
TRUMPEtER " will, on
T HE steamer
and after Monday, MARCH 1st, 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 hour—10} 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 6—ly.
WM. CUND1FF, Capt.
§eadt and §lants.
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNA
MENTAL TREES
FOR SALE,
AT THE DIAMOND STATE NURSERIES.
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1 00,000 first-class Peach Trees, including all
the leading varieties; Pear. Apple, Cher
ry, and Quince Trees ; Evergreens for shade
or ornament ; 200,000 Osage Orange Quicks;
Gooseberry, Currant, Blackberry, Raspberry,
and Strawberry Plants; Asparagus and Rhu
barb Roots, tor Fall of 1874 and Spring of
1875 planting
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
Address,
oct 31-6tnos.
JAMES T. SHALLCROSS,
Middletown, Del.
MIDDLETOWN
Nursery and Fruit Farm, j
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A large and varied assortment of
GCUGrâl NUTSBIV StOCk
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For Sale at low rates.
PEACH TREES A SPECIALTY.
K. R. COCHRAN.
Middletown, Del.
October 17—tf.
Woodside Nursery.
CHOICE selection of
PEACH TREES
of the best family and market varieties.
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS, OSAGE ORANGE
PLANTS, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, ETC.,
Fer fall of 1874 and spring of 1875 planting
for sale at rery low prices. Address
Mount Pleasant Del. j
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aug 29—tf.
J. MEIEB k BRO.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
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Fine Overcoatings, Saltings, Casslmerei,
and Vestings
the newest designs for FALL and WIN
TER wear, which will be made to order in
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CALL A*D EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
oct 10-lf '
S. E. Coa, Second asd Arch Sts.,
PHILADELPHIA,
Have in Stock a full Hue of
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MA Daily to Agents. 86 new articles and the best
Family Taper in America, with two $5 Chro
mo», free. AM. MF'G CO., 300 Broadway, N. Y. a3-4
GENTS. Chang Chang sells at sight. Necessary
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AND HOMES.
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Maryland Farms
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The story of the last seven eventful years of the
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want.
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ronga, 81.25 : by mail, post
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Feb 27-8t.
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To the first purchaser in each towu. we will (hip
1U00 feet of our heavy felt Roofing,with everything
necessary to put it on, for thirty dollars.
SEND FOR SAMPLES AND CIRCULARS.
PBNN ROOFING COMPANY.
107 Sounth Second St., Philadelphia.
mar6-12t
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Class and Private Instruction. Spring Term
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Prospectus. J. W. SHOEMAKER, A.M.,
April 3-41 Principal.
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How either sex may fascinate and gain
the love A affections of any person they choose
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Goughs, GOLDS, HOARSENESS
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
USE
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
PUT CP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
For sale by Druggists and by
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY k CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Apr 17-4t
A GREAT OFFER!
HORACE WATERS k SONS, 481 Broadway,
NEW YORK, will dispose of 100 PIANOS &
ORGANS of first class makers, including Wa
ters, at Extremely Low Prices for cash, during
this month, or part cash, and balance in small
monthly payments.
WATERS' New Scale Pianos,
are the best made : The touch elastic, and a
fine singing tone, powerful, pure and even.
WATERS' Concerto ORGANS,
oannot be excelled in tone or beauty ; they
defÿ competition. The Concerto Stop is a tine
Imitation of the Human Voice. Agents want
ed. Â liberal discount to Teachers,Ministers,
Churches, Schools, Locdges, etc. Special in
ducements te the trade. Illustr'd Catalogues
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Have You Tried
TTXR/CnBEIB Jh. ?
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ARE YOU
Weak, Nervous or Debilitated?
Abe you so languid that any exertion re
quires more of an effort than you feel capable
of making?
Then try JURUBEBA, the wonderful tonic
and invigorator, which acts 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 lower depth of misery, but it isa veg
etable tonic acting directly on the liver and
spleen.
It regulates the Bowels, quiets the nerves,
and gives such a healthy tonic to the whole
system as to soon make the invalid feel like a
new person.
Its operation is not violent, but is cbarac
terized by great gentleness; the patient ex
periences no sudden change, no marked re
suits, hut gradually bis troubles
"Fold their tents, like the Arabs.
And as silently steal away."
This is no new and untried 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 your druggist for
it. For sale by
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY k CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
mar6-8t
PHOTOGRAPHS !
FT1HE undersigned respectfully informs the
A citizens of Middletown and vicinity that
be has returned to town and located his pho
tograph car for a short season on the corner ef
BROAD AND ANDERSON STREETS,
where be is prepared to execute Photographs !
ef every size, front the smallest to the largest,
on shert time and at the most reasonable rates.
Call and examine specimens of work.
J. M.*HORNING.
Dec. 26, 1874.
NOTICE.
T HE business of CARPET WEAVING for
merly conducted by John Smith, at Ches
apeake City, Md., is now managed by hisson
in-law, a practical weaver, the death of Mr.
Smith not interfering with the old trade. The
old customers will find the successor equally
as good at weaving. Cali at the old stand.
JOHN KRASTEL,
Chesapeake City, Md.
Feb 6-3m*
1
DISSOLUTION!
OF CO-P ARTN ERSHIP
The firm of EVANS k JOLLS is this day j
SffiffrfWJïwi. wm ÄS 'by i
the undersigned, who will continue the husi- :
ness under ihe firm name of E. T. EVANS k
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„ A " 'TPÛ* lndeb,ed , t0 . ', he lat !! fi . rm of !
Erans 4 Jollg are r e<l« es,e<1 t0 make lmme *
dia.e settlement with E. T. Evans k Co.
CO.
E. T. EVANS,
R. H. EVANS. I
Frcdericktown. Md.. April 10, 1875
JRedital.

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VINEGAR BITTERS
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No Person can take then« Bitten accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, pro
vided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital organs wasted
tivvond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or ladigestion, Headache, rain
! In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest.
Dizziness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad
Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation ol
the Heart, Inflammation of the Lnngs, Pain in the
region of the kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the oflkprings of Dyspepsia. One
bottle will prove a better guarantee of Its merits
than a lengthy advertisement.
For Frmale Complaints, tn young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an influence that improvement Is soon per
ceptible.
For Inflammatory nsd Chronic BkSS
ntalism and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, 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 as
n Tonic, possessing tiie merit of acting as a
powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and In
Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum. Blotches, Spots. Pimples, Pustules, Boils,
Carbuncles, King-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 dug up and carried out of the
system in a short time by the use of these Bitters.
Crateral Thousands proclaim Vinegar Bit
ters the most wonderful Irivigorant that ever sus
tained the sinking system.
b. ii. McDonald a co.
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, CaL, a
. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N. Y.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS.
cor
Aug 1-ly. ■
Ayers
Cherry Pectoral
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For Diseases of the Throat and Lunsra»
such as Coughs, Colds, Wkoopinfir
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
and Consumption.
r Among the great
discoveries of modern
science, few arç of
more real vaine to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for all
di-eases of the Throat
trial of its virtues,
throughout this and
other ' countries, has
shown that it does
surely and effectually
control them. The testimony of our best citi
of ull classes, establishes the fact, tliat
A vast
zeu$,
Ciiekuy Pectoral will and does relieve and
tlio afflicting disorders of the Throat and
The most
cure
Lungs beyond any other medicine,
dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Organa
yield to its power; and cases of Consump
tion, cured by this preparation, are public
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to bo be
lieved, were they not proven beyond dispute.
As a remedy it Is adequate, on which the public
may rely for full protection. By curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, if saves
unnumbered lives, and an amount of suflering
not to ho computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most sceptical. Kvery family should
keep it on hand as a prolection against the early
and unperceivcd attack of Pulmonary Affections,
which are easily met at first, but which become
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
der lungs need this defence; and it is nnwiio to
be without i*. As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset the Throat
and Chest of Childhood, Cheeky Pectokal
is Invaluable; for, by its timely use, multi
titndes are rescued from premature graves, and
saved to the love and affection centred on them.
It acts speedily and snrely against ordinary colds,
securing sound and health-restoring sleep. No
one will suffer troublesome Influenza and pain
ful Bronchitis, when they know how easily
they can be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil
is spared in making every bottle in the utmost
possible perfection. It may be confidently re
lied upon as possessing all the virtues it has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cure* as
memorable as the greatest it has over oflfected.
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ScroWa, and all Stin Diseases,
PREPARED BT
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BY ALI^DBUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Dec 12—ly.
CAÏTCEB,
CURED BY
DR. BOND'S DISCOVERY.
Dr. Bond's Chemical Antidotes unite with
and destroy the virus of Cancer and Skin Af
fections, but will not affect the healthy part.
Patients may visit the City and remain while
under treatment at the Penna. Cancer Insti
tute (one of the handsomest marble edifices in
the city, ) and the finest remedial Institute in
the country. Remedies, with full directions,
sent to any part of the world.
P&- Send for Pamphlets and particulars.
Address,
H. T: BOND, M. D., Penna. Cancer Institute,
3808 Chesnat St.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Feb. 27-tf.
Commission JUmhants.
EDWARD W WILSON & CO.,
GRAIN, LUMBER. AND
No. 404 South Delaware Avenue,
PHILADELPHIA.
Commission Exclusively.
No one authorized to purchase Grain or
of any Jen
Jan 23-6m.
apronnt
j
E. W. W. k CO.
i
CHRISTIAN & CO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS I
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For the sale of
I
GRAIN, SEED, &c.
.
We are exclusively Commission Merchants, !
and have no agent, iu Delaware or else- 1
where to purchase for us.
CHRISTIAN k CO ,
No 141 North Water street,
Philadelphia, Pa. j
Feb 6-6m.
FOR SALE.
Cords of Oak and Maple WOOD, ei
ther in the woods or delivered in
quantities to suit jtUrchasers. Apply to
JOHN A REYNOLDS,
Middletown, Del. :
150
_
MIDDLETOWN IRONFOUNDBY
Particular attention given to Repairing
Machinery. Cash for old Iron.
Dec. 12-tf.
' !
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
P LOWS and Plow Castings, Machine Cast
ings of all kinds on hand or made to
order
i
WM. L. BUCKE k SON,
Founders and Machinists.
Jan 4-tf
êrain, Sumbw, Jwd.fa. j
J. B. CLARKSON,
j
$rain Oîonunission Jtlmhant
Middletown, Del
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Agent for S. P. TRUSS, NEW CASTLE, Del. ,
;
And Wholesale and Retail
Dealer In
LIME, FERTILIZERS,
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Coal, Floor, Feed,
SEEDS, ETC., BTC.
SOLE AGENT FOR
Yearsley's Bay Bone Pkospiate,
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AND
Wilmington City Poudrette.
Highest inarkel price paid for grain ea Dela
and Chesapeake waters, and on the
Delaware R. R. and connections.
April 10—l.v.
ware
ISAAC JONES, Jr.
r.s.cox.
COX & JONES,
MTDDLETOWN, DEL..
GRAIN
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
)
AND tVHOLE&ALB AND BETAIL DKALKBS IN
COAL, LIME, FLOUR,
FEED, SEEDS,
FERTILIZERS,
Agricultural Implements, &c.
Best Lehigh and Schuylkill anthracite and
Cumberland bituminoua Coals oh
hand at all times.
Not 21—tf.
WM. A. COMIOTS.
J, B. FOARD.
FOARD k COMEGYS,
drain Commission Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IE
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
Whann's Raw-Bone Super-Phosphate and
SUN GUANO,
RUSSELL COE'S PHOSPHATE,
J. M. Rhodes' Genuine Phosphate,
Which we can sell on terms to suit the tight
ness of the times.
All kinds of COAL constantly on hand, and
for sale at the very lowest cash rates.
STANTON MILLS
BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR.
sept 12-ly.
COX & JONES,
Grain Dealers.
AGENTS FOR
WM. LüfA & SONS,
BRANDYWINE MILLS,
.
S. IP. TIR/USS,
NEW CASTLE.
i
Highest market price paid for
drain on Chesapeake and
Delaware water«, or on
Delaware R. R. and
Its connection».
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December 5—tf.
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SOLUBLE
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PACIFIC GUANO.
This Guano was first introduced ia 1884.
IT IS SOLD EXTENSIVELY
,
In the State* of
; Connecticut, New York, A etc Jertey,
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland,
and other Southern States,
For all Staple Crops, viz:
WHEAT, CORN, and oth*r f niin* ;
TOBACCO, COTTON, SOGAR CANS, Ac.,
j also for use on Truck Farms, with entire sat
! refaction to consumers.
IT IS CAREFULLY PREPARED
! for application by means of the Drill, lielng
i fine and dry so that it passes through the ori
| fives of the drill with uniform regularity.
Liberal Discount to Dealers
f. kaethaos focki&co.,
WH0LE3ALE AGENTS,
! 122 SOUTH DELAWARE AVE.,
PHILADELPHIA.
FOR SALK BY
FOARD & COMEGYS,
Middletown, Del.
L. M. BEAN, - - MASSEYS, MD.
April 10-6m.
YEARSLEY'S
Raw Bone Phosphate
A Standard Manure,
GIVING ENTIRE SATISFACTION
To all who haw used ii,
AND WHEN TESTED
Alongside of other Fertilizers
Has Proven Its Snpcriority
It
BEYOND QUESTION.
Warranted Equal to the Best.
Refer to all who have used it.
FOR 8 A LB BT
J. B. CLARKSON,
Middletown, Del.
s April 10—2m.
\
IBustas (|ards.
L. V. ASPRIL
Wishes to inform the farmers and public gen
erally that he still continuée the
manufacture of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
At the old stand, on the corner of
5th and Bread streets, in
ODESSA, DELAWARE,
Giving strict attention to the manufacture of
PLOWS, such as the Heckendorn, Moore,Con
cave, Wiley, kc. He bas 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 gs
tip-top, will keep constantly on hand a large
supply, wholesale and retail, at moderate pri
ces. The public will also be reminded that
he, only, has the right in this State to manu
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 dispateh. Plow Bolts and Clev
ises constantly on band.
Being thankful for past favors, by strict at
tention to business, we hope to mérita liberal
share in the future.
Odessa, 1874.
L. V. ASPRIL.
•elD-ly
LUMBER & HARDWARE.
J. B. FENIMORE & CO.
Oppositb tbs Depot,
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE,
DEALERS IK ALL KIKD8 OP
Lumber and Hardware,
BRICKS, LIME, hiar, barb, DOORS, BLINDS
MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, ETC. ETC.
Constantly on hand all kinds of
Building Material.
January 15—tf
it
the
to
of
of
to
and
the
and
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THOMAS MASSET, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
Main Street, next door to Motional Hotel
Middletown, Delaware
C LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, Ac. neatly
and promptly repared.
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, Gold
Breast-Pins, Ear-Rings, Finger-Rings, Sleeve
Buttons, Watch Chains, Watch Keys, Key
Rings, Steel Watch Chains, Ac.
AGENT FOR
DeVINNY'S SPECTACLES
Dec. 12—tf. '
C. MAISEL,
TAILOR, (From Paris),
in
1**1 Chestnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA
miy21—ly
FERT U,^
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RAW BONE
SUPER PHOSPHAT
STANDARD GUARANTEED i
200 IMS. I
manufactured by
ALTON, WHANN.
WILMINGTON, DE
STORES:
FRONT ST.
WHARVES,
lySftoWLY'S WHARF
SOLD BY
Foard & Comegys,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
March 27-2m.
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AND
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MANUFACTURED BYj
(ALTON,WHANI
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!2y«INGTON,
SOLD BY
Foard & Comegys,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
îl* VEGETATOE
*7** BALTIMORE *
** 100 -*** m*
**^Ä*S^*
Wielocl's Yeietator,
A Perfect Manure for
GARDEN VEGETABLES,
CORN, TOBACCO,
POTATOES, OATS.
J»-NO REDUCTION IN QAULITY.-m
#®-NO COMMON MATERIAL ÜSED.lÉSv
94.00 Per Bag,
Fifty Dollars per Ton.
Always Uniform m Quality!
SURE TO PRODUCE A CROP!
We ask farmers te test its value by tb« side
of any manure they may apply.
W. WHITELOCK * CO.,
44 South Street,
BALTIMORE.
March 20-3m.
CORN MANURE.
P
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PLANTCORN.
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AND APPLY
flimOCK'S TEGITATOR.
One Bag per Acre,
Sown ia the hill, will produce
A HEAVY YIELD.
For sale by
COX & JONES, MIDDLETOWN,
EVANS & JOLLS, CECILTON,
N. A. GA SSA WA Y, MA SSEYS.
April 3, 1875—2m.
REO-ISTER'S ORDER.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
Nsw Castle County, April 2d, 1875..
Upon the application of Lutbsi J. Cox,,
Executor of Francis S. Cox, late of 3».
Georges Hundred, in said Ceunty, deceased,
it is ordered and directed by the Register
that the Executor aforesaid give notice of the
granting of Letters or Administration upon
the Estnte of the deceased, with the date of
granting thereof, by causing advertisements
to be posted, within forty days from the date
of such letters, ia six of the most public places
of the County of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands against thn Estais,
to present thn same, or abide by an Art ef
Assembly in such ease made and presided ;
and also cause the same to be inserted within
the same period in the Middletown Tran
script, a newspaper published in Middletown,
and to be continued therein two months.
Given ander the bond and Seal of*
{ .-- -, Office of the Register aforesaid, at
L.S. I New Castle, ia New Castle County
'-w ' aforesaid, the day and year above
written.
S. C. BIGGS,
Register.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
Estate of the deceased mast present the seme,
duly attested, to the Executor on or before
April 2d, 1876, or abide the Act of Assembly
in snch case made and provided.
LUTHER
J. COX, Executor.
Address—Cor. Prat» St. and Bowly's Wharf,.
Baltimore, Md.
Apr, \0— 2m.

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