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A Peudent Wife—A careful, pru
Jqnt »if» u a blessing to man.eapecial
If lo» poor 00 «. bot hou witrw are «
* little too eorofal and prudent. Lord
Eldeo's wife, for example, waa some
what " near." Hla lordship was very
fond of hunting, and usually retired
into the eountry for a few weeks towards
the end of the season where he was in
the. habit of riding a littlo Welsh pony,
for which he had given fifty shilling.
One morning his lordship, intending
to enjoy a few hours sport after
a rainy night, ordered Bob,
pony, to be saddled. Lady Eldon told
him he coaid not hare it, but, company
the
Id
beiog in the room, gave no reason.
• few minutes however, the servant
opened the ; doer and announced that
Bob was ready.
"Why, bleu me," exclaimed her
ladyship, "you can't ride him, Lord
Eldon ; be has no shoe» on."
O yet, my lady," said the servant,
"he was shod lut week.
"Skamefnl !" exclaimed her lady
, "How dare you, sir, or anybody
have that pony »hod without orders ?
John," continued she, addressing her
husband ; "You know yon only rode
him ont shooting four times last year,
so I had hia »hoes taken off, and have
kept them ever tinoe in my bureau
They are as good as new, sad these
Ä have have him ahod again. We
i ruined ut this rate !" :
it
.•kip,
Wi are Pained to Learn.'— A
Louisville reporter,having accumulated
a fortune hero, reiolved to abandon
eitj lift, with its glittering shams, sod
he woot South, where he got m lituation
on s eountry newspaper. The village
being rather dull, he had only «aven or
eight Hems when the week waa about
to cloae, and oufu or two of theao were
puia of turnip» which hud been left st
the oflws. Thèy wsro, however, well
l<
F?*®»,* ^ ha .
them to the éditer. As each of the
turnip paragraphs earns under the edi
torial eye, a smile ef approval lit up tod:
editorial
light it until the last hep wsa reach
ed. Hero the editorial viaage under
went as awful ehaoge. The hem wae
about au accident that had happened
teuanoe, nod continued to
'•M'DRlhtotoW» citiflen." Beading
ever toe verni iifcMk, us if to gaio time
to eheek the indignation which seemed
to bo boiling within him, he turned
upon the reporter. "Young man," he
thundered,"yonr eervioes are no longer
Pff'» tew "j "■ tbout
me thst deeSn't say at the beginning
of hie paragraphs, 'We are pained to
losrm.' "—Courier Journal.
to
dt
Washing not Taun in.—A good
eld minister of one of onr New England
Baptist ehnrehea wae agreeably inrpris
ed by the intelligence from one of hie
lock that five individual» bsd express
ed s desire on the next Sabbath to have
baptismal right performed upon them
se)vet. After it» performance, how
ever, he was somewhat ohagrined that
only one of the five joined the society
of which he waa pastor.
A few Snndaya after the same worthy
elder waited on him with the intelli
gence that ten more desired immersion.
"And how many of them will join
sooieiy f' queried the minuter.
"Two, I regret to say, are all we
can dopéad oB," wes the elder's reply.
Very well," mid the good old man
'yon may as well inform the other eight
that this ehnroh doesn't take in wash
' Ing '.—Boston Commercial Bulletin.
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A Oranger dreamed that he died and
went straight to the spirit world.
« knocked tt the fits of the New Jerusa
lem, and it wv opened, end he wee
naked, "Did yon ever belong to any
secret society ?"te which ho replied,"I
did—to the grangers." "Then,sir, yon
cannot be admitted ; depart." He then
went to the door of the bottomless pit,
whom toe same question wae asked by
the Devil, and again be waa told to
depart. After be had gone a little
way «ff, he was ueoated by the homely
nderof toe pit, when the following
'proposition waa made: "Stranger,"
id N|ik. *'I wiU not admit you bora ;
they fo not want yon in Haaven ; bat
I will sell yon 200 barrels of brimstone
for eash, 10 per eont. off, with no
He
agents or muMlemea, and yon can act
up s little hall of yonr e*n.
»»
He Knew How.—A t an anation of
honaahold goods on Harrison avenue
yesterday, when a woman had mada a
hid on an bid bureau worth about $2,
n boy alippad around to anothar woman
tnd whispered :
j1*Yow bob that wonfhn over there
witfi a blue bow on T"
"Yoe.
"Well, ahe aaya that no woman with
» red noae oan buy anything at this
■ale!"
The woman with the red noee push
ed her way into the crowd and run the
price of the bureau up to $ 12,and as it
waa knocked down to her ahe ramark
>*
•d:
"I may have a red nose, bat bo
« row-eyed .woman with a bine bow on
ton blaff me !"—Detroit Free Prêt».
A little giri aad boy, three or fear
yean old, were playing oa toe iee
when aie fol! dowo and commenced to
cry. Bob ran op and aoothiagly lisp,
air ''Don't ewy ! Tbwear! Thwear!
A Dnbwqae, lowa^man offers to pray
for$5. day.
grg (goods and (Sroeeria
OÏÏ 02 C
The Best Bargains
EYES OFFERED!
Eliason Bros.
WILL OPEN THIS WEEK
lOOO Yards New Spring Styles
PROTTS,
REST MAKES, AT 8 CTS. by the yard.
Jtfarhed J)ftuslins.
12 cents
FRUIT OF THE LOOM,
FORESTDALE, - -
LONESDALE, - -
WAMSUTTA, - *
- 12
12 "
ii
- 1BJ
lünblrafltfd JftuslinB.
it) cents
APPLETON 4-4, •
AUGUSTA, - - «
APPLETON A, (heavy)
II
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II
11
m.ARK'S best O. N. T. Spool Cotton, only
69 cents per dozen or 6 cents a spool.
JOB LOT of Ladies' Kid Gloves, only 65 cts.
per pair—selling everywhere for *1 00.
LADIES' Misses and Children's Sewed Shoes
at 20c, 60c, 75c, and $1 46 per pair. A
splendid Ladies' Kid Foxed Gaiter far $2.
GENTS' and Boys' Gaiters and Balmorals at
*1.25, $1 40, $1 95 and $2 75 per pair.
ALSO, a large lot of Men's Plow Shocn,lucnd,
$1 25 and $1 50 per pair; hackled, *1 65
and *1 76 per pair.
SPLENDID PATTERNS OP
CARPETS,
INGRAIN Garpets, . 45 aad 50« per yard
HEMP aad Rag, - - 25 aad 30c
h h
How is this for Low?
GROCERIES:
Vary Light Brown Sugar,
Levering B, White Sugar,
Granulated Sugar, -» -
Coal OU,
Cider Vinegar,
Syrups,
Tomatoes,
Corn,
Babbit Sods,
9 cents
18
. *
- 14
II
ii
17
ii
30
ii
. 40, 60, 75
- 15 cts per can
tt
20
3 sts per paper
3 " par box
Please give ns a call before purchasing
elsewhere.
Our terms are strictly Gash.
ELIASON BROS,
Middletown, Del.
June 19—4f.
j.,;
TO THE
PTJBIjIO !
f pHE subscriber would call tbe attention
I of the public to his
large and well-selected stock of
GOODS,
Consisting in part of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
GROCERIES, BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
Queensware, Wood and Willow Ware,
Earthen and Stone Ware.
FI8H, MEATS, &c., &c.
And everything usually kept, in a
First Clan Country Store,
All of which have been select«! with
core, and will be
SOLD AT PRICES
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TIMES.
Give ns a coll before purchasing elsewhere
NO CHARGE
FOR SHOWING GOODS.
Charles Tatman Jr.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
M. L. Hardcastle,
S.R. Stephens & Co.
IfcTEIW
SPBIN0 AND SUMMER STOCK
Of Drr Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Slippers, Cloths, Cassimetes, Ready
Made Clothing for men and boys, Caipeta, La
dies' Ties, Cab 4c Collars, Black and Striped
Silks, Guns, Pistols, Cartridges etc.
SILKS.
Fine Cashmere and Gros Grain Black Silks
*2.60 to *3.00—worth *4.00 Striped Japan
ese Silk, 37 to 50 cents.
DRESS~G-OODS.
New shades of Alpacas, Poplins, Detainee,
and Wash Poplin»—12} to 35 cent».
CLOTHING-.
Men'» and Boys' Ready-Made Suits from
*7.00 to *15.00 Men's fine cloth Coats and
Casai me re Pants. Also, Fine Saits made to
order for *20.00 to *25.0Q.
CARPETS.
1600 yards Carpeting and Matting, consist
ing of fine extra wide Brussels, *1-50 to *1.75
yard-; all wool Ingrain 85c. to *1.10;
wool filling, 60 to 75c ; Hemp, Cottage, Reg
and Stair Carpets, 35 to 50 ett.

BOOTS & SHOES.
Ladies' flee Velvet aed Kid Slippers, *1.06
to *1.25 ter pair ; Ladies' Button Pebble Gai
ters, *2.25 to *2.75. Ladies' Lace Balmoral
Shoe*, sewed, *1.25 to *2 25; bn's Lace
Boots and Gaiters, *1.25, *1.75, *2.00, *2.50.
> gold and aickle-ptated Pistol«, all
rices. Onr friends and the public
GUNS,
at low p
will please
chasing.
and examine car stock before pur-'
Reepeetfnllg
STEPHENS * 00.
Middletown, Del., April 17, 1875.
®ime Sables.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
Delaware Diraoi Tie
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
O N and alter Monday, MAY 3i*t. 187f, (Sunday*
excepted,) Train* will leave a* follows:
NORTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed
A. M. M. P. M.
SOUTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed.
A. a. r. i. A. a.
115| 815
»20| 535
8 05 4 10
-Baltimore-
-Philadelphia—
-Wilmington—
-Del. Junction
-New Castle-
-State Road-
-Bear-—
-Rodney-
-Kirkwood-
-Mt. Pleasant—
-Middletown —
-Townsend-
-Blackbird-
-Green Spring-
-Clayton-
-Symrne
-Brenford-
-Moorton-
-Dover
—Wyoming-
-Woodside
-Canterbury-
-Felton
—.Harrington-
-Farmington—
-Greenwood-
-BridgeviUe-
8 00 5 15
10 45
2 45
7 00
010
500
6 40
9 25
7 68: 403
6 48
9 35
843
7 47| 3 53
7 39 - 3 45
7 00
9 46
9 48
7 05
7 36 3 42
713
9 56
3 35
7 28
716
9 59
812
3 32
7 25
5 66
7 25
10 06
1015
10 33
10 42
7 58
714
3 23
810
7 36
7 45
7 04
3 14
<28
7 55
718
2 57
6
<45
8 0S
2 4» 712
2 42 7 02
<38
«52
811
16 47
6 3C
7 04
10 56
819
< 5<
<25
2 37
7 16
11 01
8 25
6 05
1116 8 41
1106
11 12 8 38
1123 8 50
1130 8 58
1138 9 0«
1143 911
1149 »17
12 04 9 33
1212
6 48
219
616
7 24
8 31
6 40
213
610
7 36
6 25
2 02
6 00
7 55
610
1 54
5 50
8 05
6 56
5 42
14«
141
6 4»
.6 37
6 42
135
6 32
8 30
123
5 20
5 20
3 52
4 5 5
1 10
9 04
4 46
12 59
»18
12 21
4 20
12 48
9 33
12 31
3 43
12 31
9 58
12 53
1215 312
1200 245
10 20 -Laurel
10 40-Delmar-
107
1 20
The mixed train will be run inbiect to delay» Inci
dent to freight buiineaa, and wiU »top only at »ta
tiona where time U given.
New Castls Trains— Leave New Castle for
Wilmington and Philadelphia at 12 05 and
6 30 p m. Leave Wilmington 6 20 a m, and
1 25 p m for Now Castle.
Smyrna Branch Trains —Additional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 10 30
6 30 and 8 00 p m. L e ave Clayton for Smyrn a
7 20 a m 2 40 and 7 60 p m, to make connec
tion with trains (North and Sooth) from
Clayton.
a m
CONNECTIONS:
At Townsend, with Qneen Anne's and Kent
Rail Road. At Clayton, with Maryland and
Delaware Rail Road. At Harrington, with
Junction and Breakwater Rail Road. At Sea
ford, with Dorchester and Delaware Rail Road.
At Delnuir, with Eastern Shore Rail Road, and
Wicomico and Pocomoke Rail Road.
Jnn 6-tf
H. F. KENNEY, Snp't.
WILMINGTON AND BEADING
BAILBOAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
os and a ma
Thursday, June 10,1875,
Trains will ran as follows:
Going Southward.
Going Northward.
No. ». -No. 1.
P.M, A. M.
4 35 6 25
5 21 7 12
6 30 8 20
7 32 9 26
8 09 10 08
8 42 10 42
STATIONS.
No. 2. No. 4.
A. M. P.M.
10 12 8 20
9 24 7 34
8 25 6 35
7 12 5 25
6 34 4 49
6 00 415
Wilmington,
Cbaddsford,
Coatesville,
Springfield,
Birdsboro',
Reading, .
CONNECTIONS.
At Wilmington, with trains on Philadel
phia, Wilmington A Baltimore, and Dela
ware Railroads ; at Cbaddsford, with trains
on Philadelphia k Baltimore Central Rail
road ; at Coatesville, with trains on Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and at Reading, with trains
on Philadelphia A Reading, Lebanon Valley,
East Pennsylvania, and Reading A Columbia
R. R„ and tbe Reading and Lehigh Railroad.
K. COLLINGS,
General Superintendent.
Feb 20-tf.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
18T3.
1875.
DAILY TRIPS TO PHILADELPHIA.
Going Sooth.
Leave Pbila 2:00 p m.
Chester
Pennsgrove 3:50
New Castle 4:30
Del. City
Arve Salem 5:45
Going North.
Leave Salem 6:00 a m.
Del. City
Newcastle 7:15
Pennsgrove 7:55
Chester
Ar've Pbila 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. *
for Wilmington, Del., connect at
s
New
tie.
Stage for Allowaystown, N. J., connect at
Salem.
MB' Freight at low rates. All lost goods
most be reported within three days.
P. REYBOLD, Captain.
Apr 10-ly
FOR
Sassafras River.
T HE steamer "TRUMPETER'' will, oa
and after Monday, MARCH 1st, leave
Georgetown at 7 a. m., Buck Neck at 10 a.
m., and all the intermediate landings on tbe
route 1 hour earlier than heretofore ; arriving
in Baltimore at 1 p. m. Returning, will
leave Baltimore at her usual hoar—10} a. m.
We sincerely trust that the friendly rela
tions hitherto existing between tbe steamer
"Trompeter," her patrons and tbe public gen
erally, may never grow lens ; for tbe perpet
uation of which we will ever be found striv
ing onr very best.
WM. CUNDIFF, Capt.
mar 6-ly.
MICK'S BAZAAR,
COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS,
Wilmington, Del.
AUCTION SALES
Evsnv Saturday Morning,
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
A large assortment of new and second-hand
CARRIAGES,
of various styles and of the best man-J^^h
ufactures of our city and elsewhere ;HBt
Double and 8ing!e HARNESS, and f
a number of
HORSES,
always on band, and a large stock for sale or
exchange for second-hand work.
Liberal cash advances made on Consign
ments.
May 22—tf
J. k W. MERRICK.
Agents Wanted to Sell
The Political, Pbusohal, and Property
Rights 7 Citizen
I
Of the United Stales—How to exercise and how to
preserve them. By Theophilus Parsons, LL. D.
Containing a commentary on tbe Federal
and State Constitutions, giving their history
and origin, and a full explanation of their
principles, purposes and provisions; the pow
ers and duties of Public Officers ; the rights of
the people, and the obligations incurred in
every relation of life; also, parliamentary
rules for deliberative bodies, and full direc
tions and legal forms for ail business transac
tions, as making Wills, Deeds, Mortgages,
Leases, Notes, Drafts, Contracts, etc. A Law
Library in a single volume. It meet* tbe
vasts of Ail classes and sells to everybody.
JONES BROTHERS ft CO., Aft Da.
4f»*t>str
• PHILADELPHIA
L Directory arranged for the Convenience
of Our Beaden.—Out tin« Out.
APELDORNS FRENCH STEAM
Scouring, And Djeins Eetabiishmeiit, 730 Race St.
nev 7-tSt
CEDAR VATS AND TANKS For
Brewers, Dyers, Chemists. Manufacturers and pri
vate dwellings. GKO. J. BURKHARDT A CO ,But
tonwood JStrert, below Broad.
aug.
DIAMONDS. WATCHES, Clocks,
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, Spectacles. Splen-
did Assortment at F. W. Parrott's. Ho. », 8.
8th St.. Phtla. Established 25 years. Please
apr IT-12t
call.
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS.
Organs and Arien Pianos. Mi* U. BROCK,
1308 Chestnut 8t., formerly of 18 N. Seventh St.
Jul4-48t
IRON FENCES The New Iron
Nailed to Iron. The Be»t Iron Feace in the world,
for Lot», Cemeteries, he. Send for Circular to
Wickers ham St Bro., 1001 Ridge A ve Phils.
aprlT-lflt
LOOKING-GLASSES, CHROMOS
GBO. C. NEWHAM,
apr 17-24t
and Piet ore Frame».
806 Market Street, PH ilad*.
MARBLE WORKS. VAN GUN
KEN A YOUNG. 1881 SpringGnrden St., Phil*.
Best assortment of monuments. Work in Marble
and Granite exquisite ]j executed st lowest prices.
apr 17-48t
JfTT T7- 1 And Dairy Fixture», best and cheap
MLlLiJA. I eat. WM. H. MORGAN il CO..
( Til Spring Garden Street. Suce
I easors tô John Ambler, Jr. nov7-48
GANS.
71 /t 717? l/'T^C For Invintions, Tsasi
rJi 1 JLJy 1 A> Mark», Copyright»,etc .etc.
procured by Jehu A. Wlederahelm & Co..
110 South Fourth St., below Cheanut, Phil*. Full
Call *r send tor
•e 1948t
information without charge.
Book* of Instruction.
S oldiers but beiobtet wubbd
ed or Injured, can obtain Pension» by applying to
r REGISTER. 324 3. Fifth street, Philadelphia.
apr 17-12t.
Circulars free by mail.
SUNNY-SIDE STOVE POLISH.
IT IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Reasons for
preferring Snuny-Slde: Its use requires less labor.
Its eflbct lasts. Its lustre is more brilliant. Its
oost is little for the snperidrity of the article. It is
also very valnable for lubricating wagon and carri
age sales. The genuine is stamped on each label
Sunny -Side Stott /'oj ÙA -Str o w, WIU « Cm.
13SÏ. 1886,1388,1330,1338 and 1334 Cal
lowhlllSt..PMLAB'A,PA. Agents, Messrs.G»tkema
dl Rexssmcr, for Pennsylvania, No. 46 *42
South Front St., Pbilas'a, Pa. N21-24
TERRA COTTA PIPES.—Chim
nev Tops and Cement, Rustle Cemetery Post». G.
W, HamUm, No. 6North 7th St, Jau 2-12t
UNION SPOKE WORKS. Spoke»,
Rim*. Plow Handle*. J# Ö* DAVIS ft MOM« 8.
W. Cor. Leopard and Otter St*. apr l7-24t
WA TER- WHEELS, WIND-MILLS
Pumps, Plumbing sod Gat Fitting in country heu
Send for circulars or cull and sea samples.—
selBtf
W. G. Rhoades, 1881 Market St.
WA TCHES AND JE WELR Y. At
the old Established stand of MOORE A BRO.,
1031 Market Street. Jul 4-48t
Job printing.
jpRiHT tiuto-i
We respectfully call the attention of our
friends, and the public generally,
to tbe new and
INCREASED FACILITIES
OF THE
FOR PRINTING.
Having recently erected a new and commodi
ons office and added a large amount of
NEW TYPE, PRESSES,
And other material to our stock, we are
fully prepared to do
Çaririg of printing
AT SHORT NOTICE,
AND ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
OUR NEW CAMPBELL
POWER PRESS
Enables ns to print
POSTERS, SALE BILLS,
Ac., any size from the largest to the
smallest, in any color, or
VARIETY OF COLORS,
AND OF ANV NUMBER,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
PAMPHLETS,
PROGRAMMES,
CARDS,
LABELS,
TAGS, *u.,
CIRCULARS,
BILL HEADS,
LETTER HEADS,
CHEQUES,
NOTES
Are done in snch style and at such price* as
Guarantee Satisfaction.
WITn OUR
JOB PRESSES
We can do every kind of small work with
tbe greatest promptness, and at as
LOW PRICES
As can be done at any other office on
the Penio8Rlu.
Try Us and-You Will Not Complain.
MIDDLETOWN IB0NF0UNDBY
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
P LOWS and Plow Costings, Machine Cost
tags of all kinds on hand or mode to
order.
Particular attention given to Repairing
Machinery. Cash for old Iron.
WM. L. BUCKS ft SON,
Founders and Machinists,
Jnn 4-tf
|hosphaifs.
SOLUBLE
PACIFIC GUANO.
This Gusno was first introduced is 1864.
IT IS SOLD EXTENSIVELY
In the States of
Connecticut, Neie York. New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Delaware. Maryland,
and other Southern States,
For all Staple Crops, viz:
WHEAT, CORN, nsd other grains ;
TOBACCO, COTTON, SUGAR CANE, ftc.,
also for use oa Truck Farms, with entire sat
isfaction to consumers.
IT IS CAREFULLY PREPARED
for application by means of tbe Drill, being
fine and dry so that it passes through the ori
fices of the drill with uaiform regularity.
p:
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Liberal Discount to Dkalkrs.
F. Karthaus Fooke ft Co.,
WHOLESALE AGENTS,
122 SOUTH DELAWARE AVE.,
PHILADELPHIA.
FOR BALK BY
FOARD ft COMEQYS:
Middletown, Del.
L. M. BEAN, -
April ]0-6m.
MASSEYS. MD.
J. M. GOX & BRO
•I
Middletown, Del,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
CARRIA GES ,
Top Buggies,
No-Top Buggies,
Family Carriages,
Jenny Linds, etc.
First Premium awarded for Top Baggios by
Peninsular Agricultural and Pomo
logical Association.
Every Carriage Guaranteed.
LARGE STOCK NOW ON HAND.
/Sß-SpSJinl attention given to repairing.
April 17—3m.
Independent in everything! Neutral tn Nothing!
Opposed to all Corrupt Rings
In Municipal, Statu and National Affairs I
A FIRST-CI.A8S HORNING NEWSPA
PER.
Is publiished every morning, Sundays ex
cepted, and delivered in tbe Citv of Philadel
phia and surrounding Cities, Villages end
Towns, for TWELVE CENTS PER WEEK,
payable te the carriers. It contains all tbe
News of the Day, including the
Associated Press Telegrams,
Special Telegrams
And Correspondence
from nil points of interest, foil and accurate
Local Reports, and Fearless Editorial Discus
sions of nil current topics. It is a first-class
newspaper in every respect.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Are tastefully and attractively displayed.
^W*The circulation of "TBE TIMES " is
much larger than that of any other doily pa
per in this City or State, with the single ex
ception of tbe Ledger, and is constantly in
creasing.
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Send for self-measurement circular.
J. P. DOUGHTEN,
may 28-tf 410 Market st. Wilmington. Del

îî\ BLATCRLEY'S
v\ Improved CUCUM
__ rjBKR WOOD PUMP
VV. Vy is the acknowledged
STANDARD of the
market, by popular verdict, the best
pump for tbe least money. Atten
tion is. invited to Blatchley's I
proved Bracket, tbe Drop Check
Valve, which can be withdrawn
without disturbing the joints, and
the copper chamber which never
cracks, scales or rusts and will last a life time.
In order to be sure that you get Blatchtay's
Pump, be careful and see that it bat my trade
mark as above. If you do not know where
to buy, descriptive circulars, together with tbe
name and address of tbe agent nearest yon,
will be promptly furnished by addressing,
with stamp, CHAS. G. B LATCH LEY,
Manutactumb,
506 Commerce St., Pbila., Pa.
y.
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Styfoter's
REGISTER'S ORDER
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castls County, May 26th, 1876.
Upon tbc application of Theodore H. Long,
Executor of Richard Long, late of St. Georges
Hundred, in said County, deceased, it is order
ed and directed by the Register that the Ex
ecutor aforesaid gire notice of the grant
ing of Letters Testamentary upon the Estate
of the deceased, with the date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to lie post
ed, within forty days from the date of such
letters, in six of the most public places of the
County of New Castle, requiring all peisons
haring demands against the Estate, to present
the same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in
such case made and provided. And also
cause the same to be inserted wi|hin the same
period in the Middletown Transcript, a news
paper published in Middletown, and to be
continued therein two months.
Given under the hand and Seal of
.-., Office of the Register aforesaid, at
a L.S. >New Castle, in New Castle County
t ^ > aforesaid, the day and year above
S. C. BIGGS,
Rig ism.
written.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
Estate of the deceased, most present the «une,
duly attested, to tbe Executor, on or before
May 26th, A. D., 1816, or abide the Act of
Assembly in such case made and provided.
THEODORE H. LONG,
Executor.
Address—Odessa, Del.
Jun &—2m.
Register's Order.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castls County, May 24th, 1875.
Upon the application of Arnold S. Nau
dain, Administrator of Sarah A. Naudain,
late of Appoquinimink Handrad, in said
Canity, deceased ; it is ordered and directed
by tbe Register that the Administrator afore
said give notice of the granting of Letters of
the Estate of the de
ceased, with the date of granting thereof, by
causing advertisements to be posted within
forty days from the date of such letters, in six
of the moet public places of the County of New
Castle, requiring all persons having d
against tbe Estate, to present tbe •
abide by an Act of Assembly
and provided. And also cause tbe
be inserted within tbe same period in tbe
Middutown Transcript, a newspaper pub
lished in Middletown, and to bn continued
therein two months.
Given under the hand and 8eal of
{ »-*-» , Office of the Register afoneaid, nt
L.S. V New Castle, in New Osstle County
'-v— ' aforesaid, the day and year above
written.
A
» w
in such cue made
to
8. 0. BIGGS,
Rmbtee.
NOTICE.
II persons having claims against the E»
of the deceased, mast present the seine,
duly attested, to tbe Administrator, on nr
before May 24th, 1876, Or abide the Act of
Assembly in such cate made and provided.
ARNOLD S. NAUDAIN, Admr.
Middletown, Dei.
Alt
ta te
Add
May 29—2m.
REGISTER'S ORDER.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle County, May 20th, 1875.
Upon the application of Mabosibt Gavin
me, Executrix of Janas Cava«»na, lata of St
Georges Hundred, in said County, deceased ;
If is ordered and directed by the Reyistef that
the Executrix aforesaid give notice of the
granting; of Letters Testamentary upon
tbe Estate of the deceased, with the date of
granting thereof, by causing advertisements
to be posted within forty days from tbe date
of sileh letters, in six of tbe most public places
of tbe County of New Castle, requiring all
persons having démands against the Estate,
to present the same, or abide by an Act of
Assembly in such caw made aad provided.
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 under the band and Seal of
{ .—, -, Office of the Register aforesaid, at
L S. J-New Castle, in New Castle County
w ' aforesaid, the day and year above
S. C. BIGGS,
Rbqistnb.
written.
NOTICE.
persons having claims against the Es
tate of the deceased, must present thé same,
duly attested, to the Executrix, ea or before
May 20tb, 1876, or abide the Act of Assembly
io such case mode and provided.
MARGARET CAVENDER,
AH
Executrix.
Address—Delaware City, Del., care of John
R. Bennett.
May 29—2m.
Old Bank No. 2,
Middletown Hall Buildings,
FIRST DOOR EAST OF THE POST OFFICE
I hare the pleasure to inform my patrons
and friends that I have taken the store for
merly occupied by E. M. Hanson, acd fitted
it up as a
CONFECTIONERY AND ICE
CREAM SALOON,
I intend to keep
A FIRST-CLASS PLACE.
If yon want a big plate of Ice Cream for 10
cents, go to Rice's.
If yon went the finest Confectionery, go to
Rice's.
If you want Foreign aad Domestic Fruits,
go to Rice's.
If you want Cakes, plain or feney, go to
Rice's.
If yon want Crackers, go to Rice's.
If you want Ice Cream for Parties, Pic-Nice,
Church Festivals, etc., go to Rice's.
If yon want Toys for the children, go te
Rice's.
If you want Children's Coaches, go to
Rios's.
>ys and yoang gentlemen, if yon
Balls and Bats, go to Rice's.
If yon want tbe finest Cigars, go to Rice's.
If yon want Wedding Cake, go to Rice's.
If you want a good glass of Soda Water, go
to Rice's.
If yon want Ice for yonr family, yon
have it delivered at yonr door by Rice.
All of the above, and many things not here
in mentioned, I will sell os cheap
be bought anywhere in tbe world.
want
Bo
Bose
can
os they can
E. B. RICE.
May 1-ly.
CAUTION-NOTICE-The GENUINE EDITION
T IFE and labors OF
j IV11ST G STONE.
(Including the "Last Journals," ) unfolds vi
vidly his 30 vears strange ad venture»,Rise the
cariosities, Wonders and Wealth of that mar
velous country,and is absolutely tbe only niw
complets work. Hence it sells; just think,
12,000 first 7 weeks. 805 pages, 100 rare Ill's,
only *3.00. Agente wanted. Send for terms
and positive proof. HUBBARD BROS., Pubs.
723 Sansom St, Philadelphia, Pa. jnn!2-4t
AGENTS WANTED FOR
PATHWAYS OF
THE HOLY LAND.
Being a Full Description of Palestine, its His
tory, Antiquities,Inhabitants aid customs.^ac
cording to great Discoveries recently made by
tbe Palestine Exploring Expeditions. It seHs
at sight. Send for oar extra terms to Agents
and see why it sells foster than any other bosk.
NATIONAL PUBLISHING 00., Philadelphia
jaaI2-4t
Pa.
NOTICE.
Tbe Stockholders of " The Peninsula Agri
cultural and Pomologic&l Association
respectfully requested to call at this office and
receive their CERTIFICATES OF CAPITAL
STOCK in exchange for tbe receipts at present
held by them.
By order of Board of Managers.
J. TH08. BUDD, Secretary.
li
are
Middletown, Del., Jane 5, 1876.-3t
[email protected] l^wrtownte.
CENTENNIAL. CENTENNIAL.
N. ». Co**»* Masks* a » Mis*«
&
ass MO Seen Bacons Seaior,
and JSJtom Ssoen Brass*.
Philadelphia.
THIS solid Walnut Centennial Italian Marble-Top
chamber suit, three pieces, via: double bedsttedjasr-
ble-top bureau, and marble top washstand, $«•
ing
Tided
In
Tute
the
bottle
cided
THIS solid Walnut Parlor initio rereé in hair-cloth,
or any color wool Terry, seven piece», UTS.
as,
OL
er
I
••
ber suit,three pieces,via : double bedstead,
dressing case, marble-top wash»tend, only »SO.
THIS solid Walnut centennial
marble-top
cor
ÄfifitÄ
THIS flue Walnut parlor suit, covered in bair-doth,
or wool Terry, noy color, seven pieces, «145.
We will ship the above Suits to any address
on receipt of prices named. No charge for
packing. For $8.25 extra, Four Walnut Cane
Seat Chairs, One Walnut Cane Seat Rocker,
and One Whlnnf Towel Rack,will bè sent with
either Chamber Suit. Solid Black Walnut
Wardrobes, 8 font high. *22.60. Solid Black
Walnnt Secretary Book Cases, 7) feet high,
*23 50. All other kinds of CHAMBER or
FURNITURE equally reduced In
price The choicest patterns af CARPETS
sold at manufacturers' prices. Bedding is
every variety. Name the pice of any article
of Furniture yon may need, and we will «end
photograph. may 29-121
'y
PARLOR
ed
WHEREVER IT HAS BEEN THIRD
JURTHBEBA
has established itself ns a perfect regulator
and sonn bimedy for disorders of the system
arising from improper action of the Liver and
Bowels.
IT IS NOT A PHYSIC, but, by stimulating
the secretive organs, gently and gradually
removes all impurities, and regulates the en
tire system.
IT IS NOT A DOCTORED BITTERS, hut
VEGETABLE TONIC
which assists digestion, and thus stimulates
the Appetite for food necessary to invigorate
tbe weakened or inactive organs, and given
strength to at) the vital forces.
FT CARRIES ITS OWN RECOMMENDA
TION, as the large and rapidly increasing
sales testify Price One Dollar a bottle. Ask
your druggist for it. Johnston Holloway A
Co., Pbila., Pa. Wholesale Agents.
May 1—12w.
FEME
OOLONG TEA,
ONLY 40 CTS - PER LB.
We have ja»t received a large in
voice ot Fine Oolong Tea, whtefal
to offer at the extreme
lg low price of 66 et», per pound,
36 cts. per pound by the half chest.
G1VR IT A TRIAI*
Samples »ent free by mail on appii
cation.
Thompson Black's Son & Co.,
1013 Cbentnut Street,
Philadelphia.
n are
at
Oil,
A FORTUNE IN IT. Every family buy» it. Sold
by Agent». Addre*»,G.S. WALKER, Erie, Pu. j 28
BOOK AGENTS KS2 Ä
Sense Medical Adviser," by R. V. Pieren, M.
D. Tbe most ready selling book out. Ex
clusive territory and liberal terms. Address
tbe Author at Buffalo, N. Y . jan 26-4t
A lbemarle female institute,
Charlottesville, Vs. 19th Annual Se*
'sion opens 1st of September, with a full facul
ty and elegant new equipments. Health, ac
cessibility, good fare and thorough instruc
tion at this College. For detalli, address 'R.
H. Rawlings, M. A. Principal. jnn26-4t
AIENTS WANTED.
Hen or women. W* a week.
Proof fore iihed.Bujslne*e pleas
ant and boMwabte with no >fck.
VMÄU
circular and Valnable
ee. WSendyou refl
oat*! card. Don't d»
lay b ut write atom» to
F.M. RK*DAm»T..>teW
may 1—8t
FOB
Coughs, GOLDS, HOARSENESS,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
PUT UP ONLY IN BLDB noxns.
A TRIED AND „8URE REMEDY.
For sale by Draggista generally, and br
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY A CO.,
Jnn 12-4t Philadelphia, Pa.
stockTspeculations.
Conducted by us in every form, an Commis
sion only. Pats and Calls On best houses and
lowest ratet Cost, *100 to *200, and often
C y $6000 PROFIT. Pamphlete, explaining
w Wall Street speculatione ere conducted,
sent free. Send for a copy. *
TVM BRIDGE ft CO.,
BANKERS AMD BROKER»,
June I2-4t 2 Wall Street, N. Y.
Wn
a cents CENTENNIAL
GAZKTTKKR of the UKITKD STATES.
Shows tbe grand results of 100 years of Free
dom and Progress. New and Complete. Over
1000 pages, Illustrated. Everybody buys it, k
agents make from *100 to *200a month. Ad
dress J C. McCURDY k CO., Pubs., Phila
delphia, Pa. jun 12-4t
P SYCHOMANCY, or 80ÜL CHARMING,
How either sex may fascinate and gain
the love a affections of any person they choose
instantly. This simple, mental acquirement
all can possess, free, by mail, for 25c, together
with a marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle,
Dreams, Hints to Ladies, Wedding-Night
Shirt, Ac. A queer book. Address T. WIL
LIAM k CO., Pubs., Philadelphia.
junl2-4
m
Sc
er«n
1
ItoÄtar
«II te «00 EF 3 SSS
of the Wall Street Key lew SENT TREE
BIVKIWG * CO., Bankers and Brokers,
71 Broadway, N. Y.
joSI
jue If—4t.
»
HjEn^
-^•.t.,;.-.i.Y*
i nf n '1 -' * i v iS 'i* *ift ■
m
*
LMEI
a
No
and remain
ing to dt
Tided
menas, as
the]
rs. Coughs, Ttgktaew»
r EmetSufeM of the I
Attacks.
In the Should*
DisstMse, Sour
0<
Tute lathe Meath,
lathe
the Heart, Inflammation of the 1
bottle will prove a better gaarahte*
rommeroid,
thïtSiôfî^àâi*Tonte Mitera toTdayao 'de
cided an Influence that improvement I* seem
ceptible.
Ialaan»ste*r aad C hr— t a ■fo— ■
_—ju and Gout, lisions. Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, IHseasas of the Blood, Liver, KM
as, ssxriÄjÄiSaaT 1
.vstf'piflasFi'jsa! ««33
%, Tetter, Batt
ÎÏ3
Carbuncles. Hint
Erysipelas, Itch, _—— —,
Humor» and Ulaeases or tkeL»_
er nature, are literally MK—a—eUMa—WMMe
«yrtem te a s hort time *»?.«»? J" Sl g gSjy SS .
sttbsri&j&aL.:
JZAZJ2S
iggtsts and ran
TS Washing—
SOLD BT ALL
Ang 1-ly. L r.t:
cor
Every ye*r increases tftàpopulan
of thu valuable Hair Preparation ;
which is dae to merit siena. Wo
'y
old
for
ed
Y
Tt
color
^ 'Is 'J i ■•.AJ .'.U i'f
Thu aoalp, hr «» use, beoomed white
dean. It removes all Oruptfom
*».
und
hr its
ertiee, prevents the .
out, as it stimulates and nettoie!«*
the
.I*
■Mr
glandu le tiroir
will create u, oew
extreme old ago.
Domical Hum Di
moeteoo
aad gives the hair a ,
—'-" ■ ■ A * -An ■ HayeSi
"Theconntitneütoare
folly ualeoMi for excellent coaBty j
and I oooeider it tito Bfesr Fnru
ration for its mtqpded porpoees."
Sold by all Druggists, msc
Mae One
Dotier.
Buckingham's Dye.
As gar Kenewej in many cases
requires too long a time* and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we havOv,
M v
tkis result. It is eaaily
and produces * t»lor -wl—
neither rub nor wssh aË. Seid by
all Druggists. Prion Fifty Cento. .
MuoBtoctored by R. P. MALL, A 00,
Bps
Dec 12-ly. .
ttUbtmJni.Sn.
PARIS GREEN for destroy isg potate bags
at Barr's Drag Store.
Pure Drags and Medicines pntnp by «.com',
petent druggist at Bajr's Drug Stem.
Choice brands Segare and Tobacco at Barr's
Drag Store.'
Pocket-books, Portmoaaiee, Wallets and
Purses, at Barr's Drag Store.
Trusses, Supporters end Strengthening
Plasters, at Barrs Drag Store. J
Coal, 8alad, Sweet, Machine and Cod-Liver
Oil, at Barr's Drug Store,
Shoemakers' finding» at Barr'» Drug Stare.
Violin Strings, Screw», Bridges aad Rosis,
stBnrrifl Drug Store.
AH tbe above and more .bestens cheep for
cash at Barr'e Drug Store. jaa 12-ly r
dfommisaion Jtteriknte.
EDWARD W. WILSON ft CO ,
GRAIN, LUMBER, AND
I« > '!*
No. 404 8outh Delaware A venae,
PHILADELPHIA. -
Commission Exclusively.
No one authorised te purchase Grain er
Produce of any kind oa onr account.
E. W. W. k COl
Jon 23-6 m.
"
CHRISTIAN ft CO
•r
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
For the sale of
GRAIN, SEED,
Wn are exclusively Coinmissiod Merchants,
and have no agent, in DofaWiitié hr else^
where to purchase for os.
CHRISTIAN k 00.,
No 141 North Water street,
PBiutiaLPHiA, Pa.
Feb 6-6m.
GE0EGE F. DEAKYNE,
Walt aad Produce '
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
IO* Tine Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
.id
Consignments respectfully, solicited aad
turns mode promptly. . . , may 29-«m
FOR SALE.
j att ' ' 1
1 Kt\ Cord, of Oak and Maple WOOD, #«
•kt/y Cher iti the woods or delivered to
quantities to suit
Dee. 12—tf.
CTmSK,
Middletown, Del.

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