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SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1825.
Local and State Affairs.
Monday was the longest day of the year.
The days will shorten now.
Excursion tickets ere now befog issued
the depot at this town to Philadelphia and
return, for $2.15; to Wilmington snd back,
The Lewes smugglers, Ellegsod and Crosby,
convicted last winter and sentenced to four
months imprisonment in ou
discharged last week.
George O'Neill, who accidentally shot the
girl Sallie Doyle, ta Wilmington week before
lost, hoi been arrested and heid in $500 bail
to ndiwerat court.
At their meeting last week the directors
the Delaware R. R. declared a semi-annual
dividend of 3 per cent., and the P. W. ^
4 per cent. Q '
» The furnjtqre belonging to the late Ameri
*ie r Depocsatic, Club, of Wilmington, was
bawLNtHb. W. Stidham j-'Sib; at onction
' Ait'lfw participants ia the Peninsula Preis
Exéuraïon TasS week express themselves as
Samuel Brady, Esq., sent us a quantity of
inmt^èxiqeijèai strawberries last week, for
w;hicbVq has ear thank*. We don't know
the variety, but they were very targe and
flnmnel Gbuby, Esq., à prominent and
much esteemed citizen of Wilmington, died
. at bin residence in that city, on Monday,
e. aged M.. •. 'S>
> Muohl< Election.
At .Ihn annttel election for officer* of Union
Lodge, No. 5, A. F. * A. M.; lb* following
were chosen: Joseph L. Gibson, W. M.;
Chariot iE. Clayton, 3. W.; John W. Jolis,
J. W. ; John R. Hall, Treuurer, and Thomas
H. Gilpin, Secretary.
-if-. An adjourned meeting of the Lot Holders
of the Fdrest Presbyterian Cemetery will be
-tiheld in the. Lecture Room of the Church, this
afternoon, the 26th, at 3 o'clock. All
»> interested lathe improvement of the cemetery
Are (Otdially invitsdto be present, to hear
the report of Committee on Fence, Ac.
Copt. W. Weir, aged 28, for many years a
'.pilot on the Delaware river, fell from the
second story Window of his house in Phila
.'delpHia last Sunday afternoon and wuin
«tarilty killed. He had teen in feeble health
Met' a-fong'lime and had gone to the window
^'*d look' 0 *t wh*a he lost hie balance and foil.
odist ß. Church in Middletown,
thirty-four.' persons were re
ported by. th* pastor as eligible to be received
fnll members. They will be examfoed be
fore the congregation Sabbath morning, Jane
27th, and received. An address by Dr. L. C.
Mattacie tatabe candidates, and the adminis
tration ofslie Lord's Supper will constitute
the publwHrvices of the occasion.
Ir»a Ore lwl.
Ex-Sheriff Thomas, ofElkton, Cecil county,
]fd., BAs recently discovered what be believe*
to be a very valuable bed of iron ore. The
ore is heavy and the veto deep. The bed was
foqqd on , the west side of Red Hill near the
top, in the midst of a laurel thicket. Mr.
Thomas is making arrangements to put up a
steam engine and wuher and commence tak
ing oat ore as toon os business revives suffi
ciently to justify him In so doing.
A large and intelligent audience assembled
in the auditorium of tb» M. E. Church of this
town lut Thursday evening to listen to the
-addresses of Rev. G. R. Bristor and others,
before repairing to th* Lecture-Room to take
4 n »ctiye part in. the "Ten Drinking" pye
vidtely AijferanCed i h The addresses were very
■choice, and were received with noticeable sat
isfaction. Adjourning to the Lectare-Roem,
the audience took occasion to help themselves
to the eatables that bad been prepared, and
were uked only n small amount in payment
«1 the same. The evening was enjoyed, and
the proceeds, which are to be applied to for
eign missions, are gratifying.
Wheat and corn are looking well.
Drawyer's Sunday School inteud holding a
Raspberries will soon be ripe. Strawberries
are about doae.
The M. E. Sunday School Committee have
not yet reported as to where or when they
will hold their pic-nic.
Dr. Moore, the itinerant dentist, suddenly
decamped on Friday, without liquidating bis
incidental expenses. Beware of the man.
Rev. Mr. Hough, the presiding elder,
preached in tb* M. E. Church Sabbath morn
ing. Love feast was held in th* morning.
All branch** of business have a more favor
able look and the mechanics are very busy
ia all departments of manufacture and re
A MlUUUwa School.
A teacher, drilling an Algebra class
radical equations, (quadratics) remarked to
G>* daw as-they were coming np to recite,
"No# boys strip them right through." Boy
•a tb* right, "Well it doe* remind me of
skinning a rabbit, tbat ia a fact, you have to
expow tbs whole thing, and stretch it out as
long as your arm." The teacher smiled.
After each of th* boys had worked two or
three examples apiece, tbs teacher, noticing
the boy on tb* left ia à deep study, now and
than making character* on tbe board, ob
most sir." Teacher, -'Perhape
doll (2* M N»sir, I think tbe knife 5* sharp
enoagh, bat. (he hide is so tbanderiag
-$iar, "EbTe'fOtt got the skia
"Soy, smiling, "I don't tee much
Collision and Smash up.
As K. T. Cochran, Esq., was pissing the
residence of A. J. Howland, Esq., last Satur
day night, on his way home, a colt which,
with a number of other horses was being
driven ucross the road to a field opposite,
ran violently against Mr. C's carriage crush
ing a wheel, breaking n shaft and letting the
occupant suddenly down to the ground. A
colored man caught Ur. Cochran's horse by
the head preventiag further damage.
Asotheu. —As the children of Mr. Robt.
D. Ratledge, who were on a visit at their
ancle's, Wm. Rutledge's, were driving on the
road near Locust Grove, Md., on Sunday,
5tb inst., their arrange was driven into and
broken down by a passing team. As both
carriages were going very rapidly at the time
of the accident the occupants of the broken
one were thrown violently to the ground
and, for the time, some of them were pretty
badly hurt, one little girl lying insensible
far some time. Persons who saw the acci
dent ran to the aid of the little victims and
did everything in their power to assist them
in their trouble, and alleviate their pain,
showing them much kind attention. For
this Mr. Ratledge requests us to return to
those good people his most grateful acknowl
edgements and cordial thanks.
Sew Iaaanace Company'.
SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT—OFFICERS AND DIREC
The Delaware State Fire and Marine Insur
ance Company have opened an office in Dela
ware City, and are prepared to take risks
against loss by fire on buildings, furniture,
merchandise, ships, in port, Ac. The officers
foHoWS4 - -
President—George B. Money
Secretary—James H. Myers.
Board of Directors—George B. Money,
Charles G. Ash, J. Thomas Price, W. E.
f- Cleaver and James H. Myers.
We present the statement for June 1st,
First mortgage liens on improved
, real estate.-. 30,000
Loans, amply secured by collateral 15,000
Office furniture, supplies
Subscription* payable in cash, in
two, four and six months. 50,000
Total omets .
Swndajr School Work.
MEETING OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE OF
THE NORTHERN DIVISION OT THE PRESBYTERY
OP HEW CASTLE.
The above named Institute held its fifth re
gular meeting in the Lower Brandywine
Presbyterian Church, near Ontreville, com
mencing Monday evening lut and dosing on
Tnesday evening. President Pnrndl, of Del
aware College, presided.
The opening exercises were conducted and
the address of welcome wus made by the pas
tor bf the church. President Purnell deliver
ed a very interesting address on how to make
the Institute profitable, and wm followed by
Rev J. H. Johns on th* Model Superinten
dent. Rev. Lafayette Marks based an ad
dress on the subject "Of Whom Should the
Sunday School Consist." He would bring
every body into it.
After the devotional exercises on Tuesday
morning, reports were received from officers
and delegates, which showed a very increased
interest in Sunday Schools.
Rev. E. W. Gaylord showed in an able ad
dress how to keep the class fall ; and Rev. G.
J. Porter showed bow to prepare a bib!* les
son, while Rev., Gaylord L. Moore made an
address on "Childrens Contributions."
At the afternoon session Dr. Willard
Springer, of Wilmington, showed his ability
u a teacher and his familiarity with Sunday
School work by an able address on "The
Teachers Preparation to Meet the Class.
Rev. W. W. Heberton spoke of the pastor's
relation to the school, while one of the most
practical'addresses of the session wu made by
Thomas McCorkle, Jr., of Wilmington, on
the subject of "Practical Sunday School
The work was brought down to
very fine points, and bis method of impress
ing the troths of the lesson npon the mind
thkough the agency of the blackboard wu
Ugbly commendable. All present felt that
Mr. McC., u a practical Sunday School
worker, coaid scarcely be excelled.
In the evening "The Parents' Relation to
the School" was ably set forth by Rev. Dr.
Otts, while Rev. J. L. Vallandigbam showed
wbat place "Doctrinal and Catechetical In
struction," should hare in the school. "The
Conversion of Children" was the subject an
able address by Rev. T. J. Aiken.
Interesting closing remarks were made by
President Purnell and Rev. C. P. Mallery.
Peaah Growers' Meeting.
A call for a meeting of peach growers for
the main purpose of opening new routes for
the immense crop of this year was responded
to lut Saturday afternoon by the principal
growers of this vicinity, representing over
Th* meeting was called to order by ap
pointing E W. Lockwood chairman and J.
Thomas Bndd secretary.
Gov. J. P. Cochran thought best for each
ibipper to designate a place of shipment by
the Phila. A Reading and Lehigh Valley rail
roads, and to sign their names to a register so
that no shipments would conflict with each
other. Many agreed to his proposition by
signing. Allentown, Scranton, Williams
port, Sunbury, Wilkesbarre, Reading, Pitts
burg, and HArrisbnrg are among the places
that are to receive extra shipments, taking
from one to ten car loads per day, each.
A tariff wu read by the secretary, showing
the price per car to points in Pennsylvania,
and time ef arrival.
The route to Boston was favored, and many
of the prominent shippers stbted the advan
tages of said route, one being the avoidance
of New York commission men. Boston will
probably receive a part of the finest of the
crop, u it !b believed to pay.
On motion of J. P. Cochran, H N. Willits
and B. T. Biggs were appointed a committee
to go to New York and confer with carters of
the fruit from Jersey City to New York in
view of a reduction of one cent per basket.
It was stated that if this reduction could be
effected, it wonld save the growers at leas)
$40,000, and this it a sum that they rightful
ly claim. The committee was instructed to
call a meeting of carters at some suitable place
in New York city, they to be accompanied by
commission merchants, and to state the enor
mous size of the crop and that it would be al
most necessary to make a reduction of one
cent. Other powers were giveh the commit
After a discussion on the subject of distri
bution, the meeting adjourned to meet in Mid
dletown today, at 2 o'clock p. m., sharp.
In conversation with E. R. Cochran, Esq.,
your correspondent was informed of a propo
sition of a New York man to the peach grow
ers in this neighborhood. Mr. Ricker, the
•did gentleman, offers to pnt up machinery
and biildings to cost $20,000 and store from
50,000 to 100,000 baskets of peaches f to be
famished by growers and the quantity to be
determined npon by them. After storing hs
will frtese th* frail by cold sir add keep them
in a perfect state until late io the winter,when
they can be shipped to any point and disposed
of to a financial advantage,
looked upon as beiag a good one, though
nothing definite has been done iu regard to
This offer is
A Stagnlsa Case at Newark.
A BAB WHO HAS BEEN IMPRISONED FOR SEVERAL
YEARS FOR INSANITY DECLARED IN HIS BIGHT
MINO BY A JURY—TRIAL OF THE CASE YESTER
DAY AND FULL PARTICULARS OF THE AFFAIR.
Newark, Del., June 23.
A novel trial, and one of great interest,
took place in the Deer Park Hotel, in this
town, yesterday. It was the eiamination by
a jury de lunatieo inquirendo into the ense of
David McConaughy, who for several years
past bas been treated as a lnnatic, being con
fined at Kirkbride's and the New Castle alms
house, and by many persons it is believed
wrongfnlly. Coercion, it is said, has even
at times been resorted to
TO PROCURE IMPRISONMENT)
and altogether the case is a very strange one.
The following are the particulars, aa given
ont : *
David McConaugbey was the eldest son at
the death of his father, and under the direc
tion of bis grandfather took charge of .the
estate. He freed the property from debt,
which at that time is understood to have
equalled the full value of the property, and
took the same at an appraisement. By years
of bard labor he is said to have accumulated a
large amount of money, and finally sold out
the home place to his two brothers, and also
itarted a third in business in Sussex county,
to whom he also afterwards sold out his
•balk. .. "7^ 7 j j
Being out of business with an income suffi
cient to maintain him, he took to drink,
wbieh, after a long spell,*
OVERTHBKW HIE NERVOUS BYSTEM.
He was then confined in Kirkbride's, where,
with the exception of a short absence on
"french leare,'' he remained for nearly four
year*. A boot two years ago he came home
eery much reduced in body, being a mere
skeleton, and with his nervons system severe
ly sbat'ered. In this condition be called on'
a physician, under whose treatment he began
to improve, and as strength returned be be
gan to ask for a settlement ef accounts
which had remained open daring his confine
- meat at Kirkbride's. It is stated that this
request was denied, bnt persisting in his de
mand, under a plea of his becoming danger
ous, he was by force, the statement goes,
taken to Wilmington withont any warrant of
law and there held several months, and until
be came to the conclusion he
WOULD BE SPIRITED AWAY,
when he left the almsbense of his own accord
and went to Philadelphia, where he consulted
aa old family physician and from him ob
tained a certificate of theeanity of bi« mind.
With this he returned to Wilmington and
consulted a lawyer, obtaining from him a
letter which advised caution on the part of
those who were urging bis imprisonment.
Since then Mr. McConaughy bos been re
siding in Wilmington and Newark. This
Spring be requested the lawyer whom he had
first called on after bis escape to procure a
settlement, but the matter was delayed, and
application was made to Chancellor Saols
bary to have
MB. M'COBAUGHY DECLARED INSANE.
Another lawyer was then employed by
Mr. McC., and yesterday the trial wa( pro
ceeded with, by orders of th» Chancellor, at
tha Deer Park Hotel, as stated. The follow
ing gentlemen comprised the jury : Abraham
Camerson, Smalley, Geo. G. Evans, William
Dean, Levi Ruth, Philip R. Clarkes James M.
Housman, Thomas C. Morrison, Benjamin F.
Townsend, Robert C. Justice, Robert Haw
thorn, Wm. D. Cornog. Wm. G. Wbiteley,
Esq., represented the brothers of Mr. Mc
Cenaughy, who were the applicants for the
trial, and-Wm. C. Spruance, Esq., represent
Miss Susan McConaughy, a sister, wu the
first witness called, who testified to certain
peculiarities in her brother, and believed him
to be of ansoand mind and unfit to take care
of himself or his effects. Miss Rebecca Me
Conaughy also testified to the same things.
Peter Meggitt hod known McConaughy for
a number of years, and as he was not now
what he used to be, after excessive nse of
strong drink, he concluded he wu unfit to
do business. m
Dr. Shortlidge, physician at the almshouse
during Mr. McConaagby's residence tkers,
deposed that in his »pinion all men are insane
on some subject ; that David McConaughy'«
insanity wu in relation to the Bible, and he
believed him to be unfit lo take care of him
self or hi* effects.
Mr*. Emerson, matron at the almshouse,
knew McConaughy, and from the fabt that be
gave her as mnch u a dollar at a time with
which to bay oranges, newspapers, writing
materials, Ac., which he afterwards gave
awsiy to the inmates, she concluded his mind
was not right. '
Jonathan McConaughy stated|the peculiar
ities of bis brother, mentioning particularly
the fact that he wottld walk long distances,
instead of riding.
David McConaughy himself was then called
and testified that his brothers owed him some
$18,000 or $19,000, with a large amount ef
back interest, but the interest, he said, bad
been consumed in bis maintenance at Kirk
bride's and the New Cutle almshouse.
Some further witnesses were examined,
when Mr. Sprnsnce
OPXHED THE CASE FOB THE DEFENCE,
explaining that be would prove that David
McConaughy was sol insane, and if anything
was wrong it was from the use of strong
drink, to the use of which be gave himself
when he thenght he wu being unjustly dealt
with by his fumily, and it had well nigh
wrecked bis nervous system
A large number of witnesses were called,
among them Wilson Marvel, Samuel Miller,
John Atkinson, Seth Stewart, John H. Todd,
ef Wilmington, who bad seen Mr. McCon
aughy just after he brake out of the alms
house, and Dr. Shaw. Letters were also read
to show the sanity of McConaughy. Dr.
Cnrtis bad conversed with McConaughy and
believed him sane.
VERDICT or THE iOay. VTV'
The caie occupied from two o'clock in the
afternoon until 12} at night. Mr. Spruance
spoke one hour and Mr. Whlteley aa hour
and a half. At three o'clock, »a Thursday
morning; the Jury returned with a verdict
establishing the sanity of Mr. McConaughy.
Correspondence of Commercial.
A Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry was
organized last week at Sudlersville, Queen i
Anne's conoty, an i the following officers ,
elected : Dr. A. E. Sudler, master; A.J. I
Gadd, overseer ; J. M. Sudler, lecturer; J.
M. Carson, steward ; S. S. Good hand, assist
ant steward ; W. J. Anderson, chaplain ;
Moses Jones, treasurer ; James R. Sadler,
secretary j Thomas Hill, gate-keeper; Mrs.
Josephine Foster, Ceres ; Mrs. J. M. Sadler,
Pomona ; Mrs. J. M Carson, Flora ; Mrs. A.
J. Gadd, lady assistant steward. The pros
pect is said to be fine for à flourishing grange
at that point.
On Wednesday niftat week the dwelling
house on the farm of Mr. Win. M. Fletcher,
about three miles from Cambridge, Dorches
ter county, and occupied by Mr. Parsons,
consumed by fire, together with all ths
furniture, clothing, Ac., end Mrs. Parsons,
in and jumping from the window to save her
life was severely injured. The origin of the
fire is unknown, bat it supposed to be the
work of an incendiary.
Newspaper Change.— The Newtown Record
4- Gazette has gone back to its old size. Ws
glad of this ; we never thought mach
the big sheet ; it looked like too big an un
dertaking. The R. # G., is no iooger the
largest paper on the Peninsula, but it is still
one of the very best. Long may it flourish.
Wm. F. Hicks, of Cambridge, died sudden
ly of heart disease last Wednesday week,
while returning from the commencement
exercises of the Female Seminary at the court
The home farm of the late S. E. Raker,290
acres, was sold at Chestertown, Kent county,
las week, to James P. Decourse for $10,060,
and the Dugan house and lot in the village
of Fairlee to W. J. Payne for $440.
The jail at Easton, Taibot county, is empty.
The last prisoner, having served out his sen
tence, left on Saturday last, Hnd the sheriff
has removed to his farm in Chapel district.
The sale of the home farm of the late Thos.
Mace, near Church Creek, Dorchester county,
took place last week. It was sold to Mr.
Goodman Bramble for $5,026.
The People Want Proof.
There is no medicine prescribed by Physi
cia na, or sold by Druggists, that carrie s such
evidence of its success and superior virtue as
Boschee's German Sybup for severe Conghs,
Colds settled on the Breast, Consumption, or
any disease of the Throat and Lnngs. A proof
of that fact is thut any person afflicted can
get a Sample Bottle for 10 cents and try its
superior effect before buying the regular sise
at 25 cents. It has la'ely been introduced in
this country from Germany, and its wonder
ful cures are astonishing everyone that nse it.
Three doses will relieve any case. Try it.—
Cbamberlaine, Middletown; and H
Old Bank No. 2,
Middletown Hall Buildings,
FIRST DOOR EAST OF THE POST OFFICE
I have the pleasure to inform my patrons
and friends that I have taken the store for
merly occupied by E. M. Hanson, and fitted
it up as a
CONFECTIONERY AND ICE
CREAM SALOON, '
I intend to keep
A FIRST-CLASS PUCE.
If you want a big plate of Ice Cream for 10
cents, go to Rice's. •
If yon want the finest Confectionery, go to
Rice's. — : ~
If yon want Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
go to Rice's.
If yon want Cakes, plain or fkney, go to
If yon want Crackers, go to Rice's.
If you wnqt I<* Cream for Parties, Pic-Nics,
Church Festivals, etc., go to Rice's.
If yon want Toys for the children, go tn
Rice's. t •
If yon want Children's Coaches, go to
Boys and young gentlemen, if you want
Base Balls and Bats, go to Rice's.
If yon want the finest Cigars, go to Rice's.
If yon want Wedding Cake, go to Rice's,
If yon want a good glus of Soda Water, go
If yon want Ice for your family, you can
have it delivered at your door by Rice.
All of the above, and many things not here
cbeap as they can
in mentioned, I will sell u
be bought anywhere in the
E. B. RICE.
100,000 Worden Stave Peach Baskets, 20,
000 Hand-made White Oak Splint Peach Bas
kets, for sale cheap, if applied for soon, by
W. W. TSCHÜDY,
STAVE AND SPLINT,
Sold u lew as they can be bought in this
State, or any other Special inducements of
fered to those who contract at once for large
E. R. COCHRAN,
The highest market price will be paid for
Wool, either ia large or small quantities, de
livered u follows: Jos. Biggs', near Cecil
ton, Md., on Mondays.
Dnwee's Hotel, Kennedyville, on Tuesdays.
New Market, Kent county, on Wednesdays.
Galena, " " on Thursdays.
L. P. McDowell's, MiddMown, Delaware,
on Fridays and Saturdays.
COMMENCING MAY 17, 1875.
GHEEN A MuDOWELL.
May 1st, 1875—2m.
rac 1 - eon Per day. Agents wanted. All
wU WU classes of working people of
both sexes, yonng and old, make more money
work for us, in their own localities, during
their spare moments, or ail the time, than at
any thing else. We offer employment that
will pay handsomely for every hour's work.
Full particulars, terms, Ac., sent free. Send
us your address at once. Don't delay. Now
the time. Don't look for work or business
elsewhere, until you have learned wbat we of
G. Stinson A Co., Portland, Maine.
HAIR! HAIR! HAIR!
L ADIES, go to Mrs. A.M.Midcair», where
you can get all kinds of Hair Work made
to order. Combings worked up into Braids,
Curls, or Frizses, Old Braids dyed black or
brown. One-quarter mile from Middletown,
on Mr. William Brady's farm, in rear of his
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
A meeting of Peach Growers to consider
npon means for a more general distribution
of the crop, will be held at the Reading Room,
Middletown, Del., on SATURDAY, at 2.30
P. M , June 19th, 1875.
^ llne ' ^ 2t
A LL persons indebted to tbe firm of J. II.
SCOWDRICK k CO., are hereby respect
folly requested to call and settle their ac
counts on or before the 1st of January, 1875,
and save costs. M. E. WALKER,
Dec. 19—tf. Assignee.
Tbe large and commodious STORE ROOM I
in tbe TOWN HALL, Middletown, now occu- ;
pied by G. W. W. NAUDAIN. Possession
given March 25th. Apply to
Mar 13—If. SAMUEL PENINGTON.
J. M. BARB,
JOHN A. REYNOLDS,
C. T. STRATTON,
Ciiil fipiecr ait Sirreior,
Ground carefully surveyed and Plottings
at moderate rates. may 8-2m
ER. THOS. E GILPIH, ? }
£ 3 S
REYNOLDS & CO. f
No. 832 Market Street,
Conveyancers, 8arve, ms. Real Estate Agents,
Collectors of Accounts, Bills, Ac.
Huma» and Land s r e nt e d , and rents collec
ted ; Loans negotiated ; Titles examined ;
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, and other Legal
papers carefully drawn, and supervised by
coansel qmerraauently retained. Correspon
RE1 NOLDS * CO.,
No. 832 Mark it Street,
J. THOS. BUDD,
Gonfeyancer ani Real Estate Afeat,
OFFICE IN TRANSCRIPT BUILDING,
S. Brood St.,near Main, Middletown, Del.
A large lot of
AND TOWN PROPERTIES
In all parts of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware,
Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Call and examine.
Correspondence by mail solicited.
BY PERMISMON TO
Gen. Robert Patterson, 2d below Chestnut
John C. Bullitt, Attorney
3d street, Phila.
Hon. R. C. Holiday, Sec. of State, An
W. R. Bergholz, Memphis A El Paso Pacific
Railroad, N. Y.
R. Atkinson, Banker, 41 Brood st. N. Y
Hon. Richard Schell, 50 Wall " "
Col. Blanton Duncan, Louisville, Ky.
at Law, Strath
§M(h fees and Jjlants.
FEUIT, SHADE, AND ORNA
AT THE DIAMOND STATE NURSERIES.
1 00,0004rst-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 1824 and Spring of
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
JAMES T. SHALLCROSS,
Plants ! Plants !
LOW FOR CASH,
CABRA GE, (all the beet kinds,)
EGG PL AKT,
TOMA TO, ( Trophy and other good kinde, )
Large supply ; CELER Y in season.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Also, Peerless and Early Rose Seed Potatoes.
m8tf E. R. COCHRAN, Middletown Del.
Nursery and Frait Farm.
A large and varied assortment of
General Nursery Stock
For Sale at low rates.
PEACH TREES A SPECIALTY.
E. R. COCHRAN.
of Early Cabbage,
and a superior Tot of
A fine lot
including several new varieties, snch as Con
queror, Champion, Cluster, Hathaway's Ex
celsior, The Golden Trophy, Arlington, The
Biard, and Trophy. The Conqueror is said
to be the earliest tomato grown ; Hathaway's
Excelsior is a very valuable tomato for early
Also, late Cabbage Plants in season.
JAS. T. SHALLCROSS.
^ CHOICE selection of
of the best family and market varieties.
SMALL FRUIT PLANTS, OSAGE ORANGE
PLANT8, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, ETC.,
For fall of 1874 and spring of 1875 planting
for sale at very low prices. Address
Mount Pleasant, Del.
A lot of SWEET POTATO and other HOT
BED PLANTS NOW READY, and for sale
CHEAP for CASH, by
9'' HENRY CLAYTON,
i Mt. Pleasant, Del.
P. S. Also a very large and choice lot of
mv CELEBRATED SUMMER CABBAGE
PLANTS ready by JUNE 1st. Peaeh growers
ought to plant largely of these, as they will
make the very best and largest Summer cab
qage in sixty days from planting. Celery
plants in season. H. C.
wh. a. oo Maori.
1. B. FOARD.
FOARD £ COMEGYS,
drain Commission Merchants,
AND WHOLESALB AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
O O AL,
FLOUR, MEAL, FEED,*&c.,
Sole agents for
HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND
Also, Sole Agents for the
SOLUBLE PACIFIC Ouano
Whann's Raw-Bone Super-Phosphate and
RUSSELL COE'S PHOSPHATE,
J. M. Rhodes' Gennine Phosphate,
Which we can sell on terms to suit the light
neu of the times.
All kinds of COAL constantly on hnnd, nnd
for sole at the very lowest cash rater.
BEST BRANDS OF FL0UK.
• j. b. CLARKSON,
drain Commission <ptmfiant
Agent for 8. P. TRUSS, NEW CASTLE, Del.
And Wholesale and Retail
Goal, Flour, Feed
SEEDS, ETC., ETC.
SOLE AGENT FOR
Yeanlefs fia? ta PiUBpiate,
Wilmington City Poudrette.
Highest market price paid for grain nn Dela
ware and Chesapeake waters, and on the
Delaware R. R. and connections.
ISAAC JONES, Jr.
COX & JONES,
AND WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN
COAL, LIME, FLOUR,
Agrioutural Implements, &c.
Best Lehigh and Schuylkill anthracite and
Cumberland bituminous Coals on
hand at all times.
J|$NUFACTURER OF .
fine ready-made clothing
fti Sen u< B$j«t
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Spring and Summer Clothing,
ON HAND, MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE AND BEST
ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OP *
PIECE GOODS, for Order Work.
228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT FACTORY,
Haring recently procured a large amount of
NEW AND IMPROVED MACHINERY,
We are prepared to manufacture to order end furnish on the
most reasonable t-ima,- 1 -
ALL KINDS OF A0BI00LTUBAL IMPLEMENTS.
.Sole manufacturer^ of the celebrated
DELAWARE PHOSPHATE DRILL.
Special attention paid to ,
REPAIRING STEAM AND OTHER THRESHERS,
. Rakes, Grain Drills and all other Agricultural Machinery.
leaning, Töhgueing, . Grooving, Sawing, «fcc.
D. WOODALL & CO.
Hi ; ac tn
»sw !*<f be.-
Adjustable Peach Assorter.
" •- " *; ' » Î . Jj fill L'J* ,Ztti
, »I i
I the above machine, n man with the,assistance of two (food boy *.cm easily eaU
r peaches per day, taking, eat the leaves, soft and specltod fruit, and assort the
three sixes (callings, primes, and extra*) far taon accurately than it eon be <_
by hand ; with nn increased force, the capacity of tfie machine is (comparatively speaking)
unlimited. Bnt u the reputation of the first Assorter wu fnlly inttalned by those in nee last
season, I merely wish to state that they wilt be
BUILT UPON ORDER8 ONLY,
and those who mnv favor me with their orders will bave until the 25th of May to countoramnd
the same, should the fruit be injured fti the meantime. For terms please see circular. The
price fherin named is 4he result of close figuring, based upon what they cost me to have them
built by the hundred, and u the probability is that sj many will BOt be i
will be to the growers' interest to secure them this season.
needed hereafter, it
JOHN A. JONES, Mt. Pleasant.
W. WESLEY WALKER, Qdmra, Agent.
E. T. EYANS A OO., FbxdeImcktowk, Agent*.
Capt. L. M BEAN. Massivs, Agent. .
CHAS. W. WARREN, Kinnuyvillb, Agent.
J. H. THOMAS, Miusmtoh, "
respectfully refer, ail of whom have either seen the machine
sold peaches called by them. :
W. P. Biggs, D. L Cummins, John S. Collins A Co.,
W . R Cochran, Robt. A.Cochran, Jr-, W. T. Cavender,
J. Alex. Fulton, R. S. Griffith, A. M. Higgins,
- « ■ A-Tfowland, G. W. Nandain, Richardson A Robbins,
F. T. Terry, Dr. B, Ridgely, Sereck F. ShaJIcroe*,
Col. E. Wilkins, F. A. Wilkisson. '
' Tb the following genftemein I :
at work, used them lut season, or
Hon. B. T. Biggs,
E. T. Evans,
Tbos. B. Hktlock,
Hon. WtiiTB. Ross,
PORTABLE SAW MILLS WITH ENGINES
Of aH rises and most approved makes ;
A (HI I® IF St I USA Hr BSSISBfi
With Grain and Glover Threshers, from the celebrated manufactory of Russell A Go., Masil
Ion, Ohio ; together with a foil assortment of beet makes of FARM MACHINERY. Prices low,
with fair terme, fully guaranteed. Send for descriptive circular for particulars.
8PKCIAL.— For Sale, ia pairs, at low price, FOUR CYLINDER BOILERS, thirty feet
long bv thirty-six inch diameter, complete with wrought iron steam dome, aad ah bailer fix
tures, fire fronts, grate bars, Ac., as good as new ; at a convenient point for shipment by wa
to Peninsula. HARBERT A RAYMOND
April 10, 1875-3m. Offitje—No. 1911 MarketT? 1 --" **-
-, PEACH '
Opposite R. R. Depot,
AVING taken the above well-known
bouse, I am prepared to accommodate
riL f 'itrfoa H nd d àî l Ztonabfe e reto« r
choicest'Wines, Uqnore tod ft™.
Patronage solicited. JACKSON BRIANT,
: Proprietor, j
Formerly of Darts' Hotel, Phila.
: At Townsend, Del.
O PEN June Iri. 1872, will accommodate
the travelling public and permanent
boarders at very reasonable rates. Tbe
will at all times be stocked with choice
wines, liquors, Tobacco and Segars. Fine
"ystere In season. Hoping by strict attention
to business to merit a liberal, share of the
public patronage generally. ;
JAMES C. TOWNSEND,
June 8—ly. Proprietor. '
-, PEACH '
The celebrated MITCHELL make of Stax*
Ä tl"l" Älta
fi le ma rlcPt hia *
8ale ^ ^«d Townsend, Tcwnsend. DM.
Cal1 Of send your orders as soon as possible,
" tbat J0 " ^ a M ^'
—Prices Moderate and Term* Easy l —
Full particulars can be ascertained either
by railing oa me or by letter. Also,
NUehcll'a Patent Strawberry
CRATES and BASKETS
Townsend, May 22, 1875.-tf
I At about one-half the price of other manu
For Cholera and Gapes, and other dis ease s
in Poultry. Call and get a ■circular of B. B.
; McKEE k CO., Wholesale and Retail Agents,
Middletown, D4t Factory, 709 Sansom St>,
' Philadelphia. my 22-6m
What Every Farmer Wants!
Infallible Cure and Preventive,
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