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SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 18, 1875.
Local and State Affaira.
' Perton who are indebted to ut, will confer a
favor by catling and tutting their account t.
IMks sf Local Interest.
OmHftreets were remarkably quiet ou Mon
As peach picking, grows lighter the tramps
bèrbmé,' 'daily, more numerous in town.
.Therain on Friday last was heartily wel
comed .by the, town people, if not by peach
The annual reunion services at Old Draw
yer's Church, near Odessa, were held last
The Sheriff 's real estate sales are now ad
vertised in the Morning Herald, the new daily
paper just started by the Messrs. O'Byrne.
School, in district No. 60, will begin on
Monday next under charge of Mr. Stephen
Miss Annie Maxwell has opened a private
ho^l on North Broad street, jo jibe
formerly occupied, by 6. «1 fng#ra
Messrs. R.;Mc A W. T. Johnson, of Smyr
na, intend to open a shoe store in the store
room in the Town Hall, this town, recently
occupied by Mr. G. W. W. Naudain.
Andrew Kirk, son of James Kirk, Esq.,
editor of the Dover Delawarean, has been ap
pointed to a cadetship at the U. S. Nary
Academy, at Annapolis, by Senator Bayard.
Captain M. W. Macklem, of the Monitor
House, Wilmington, bas a pumpkin said to
measure 4} feet by 5 feet, and to weigh 79}
Rev. J. Hongh preaches at the Methodist
Church to-morrow. The Quarterly Con fer
ne« meets at the usual place at 3} P. M.
Tbe. Morning Herald, published by the
Messrs. O'Byne every morning in Wilming
ton, is a credit to their enterprise and to tbe
city as Well.
Peach shipments are now growing smaller
every day. "Smocks" and a few other vari
eties only remain to be shipped and they are
scarcely worth calling peaches.
The annual fair of tbe Peninsula Agricul
tural and Pomological Association takes place
this fall on the 5th, 6th and 7tb of October.
Only little more than three weeks off.
The Grangers of New Castle county and
adjoining counties of Pennsylvania and New
Jersey, are going to have a harvest home and
pic-nic in tbe woods near Newport on Thurs
A/RR 4 r m>
The Sussex Journal says the peach-growers
of that county are worse off now financially
than they were before the beginning of peach
season. Their shipments brought them in
During the evening exhibition of the New
Orleans and New York Circus Company at
Wilmington last week a severe storm of wind
and naio cam up, and unceremoniously put
a stop to tbe proceedings,
The Attorney General, it is said, intends
to have the Constables who Tailed to execute
the Coroner's warrants for the arrest of tbe
WhiMocks, indicted at tbe approaching term
of Oourt for dereliction of dnty. *
The Herald and Commercial have been pitch
ing iuto each other, this week, on the ques
tion of finances—specie.and greenbacks—
each accusing tbe other of (mowing nothing
about tbe subject.
J. Fletcher Burris, formerly of this Hun
dt*i,and a recent graduate of the Michigan
University, Aon Arbor, Mich., bas obtained
a position as teacher in California on a salary
of $2500 per annum.
X&ëmiu Wbtch foil on Thureday may have
somewhat retarded tbe work of.gathering
and shipping peachqs, bat it was bailed as a
great public blessing by the town people, for
the duet had got awfully thick again.
The work of catting off corn, bas com
menced, and the fields are beginning to pre
sent a very antunm-like appearance. The
farmers are also busy preparing the ground
for wheat and seeding will soon commence.
Tha "Blind Staggers," the horse disease
which recently broke out among the horses
in Thoroughfare Neck still prevails in that
district and numbers of valuable animals are
being daily added to those which have died
Dr. Clayton A. Cowgiil,formerly of Dover,
but now State Comptroller of Florida, has
been making a visit to bis parents in Dover
for a week or two. He is accompanied by
Gov. Stearn and State Senator Burris, of
Those abominable nuisances, tbe tramps or
peach plucks, now that the peach season is
drawing to a close, having spent tbe money
they received for rnm, are hanging around
tbe streets and annoying the people by their
Wm. Short, an old and eccentric citizen of
Georgetown, Sussex Co., died in that town
last week. Some of bis peculiarities were to
wear long white hair and beard, say queer
things and profett to believe netbing that he
did not see, or feel for himself.
It has been suggested that it would be an
eminently proper thing for the stockholders
of tbe Peninsula Agricultural Association,
with their wives, daughters and sweethearts,
to bold a grand basket pic-nic on the Fair
Grounds previous to the exhibition.
There are said to be about 120 stills in
operation in this State making peach brandy.
It is estimated that some 20,000 gallons bave
already been made and considerable more
will be made yet. This feature of the great
peach crop looks more like a curse than a
The injunction case of E. W. Lockwood,
against the use of the peach culler patented
by John A. Jones, of Middletown, was tem
porarily disposed of in tbe. United States
Court, in Wilmington, Thursday afternoon,
by a suspension of the injunction, until tbe
farther orders of »he Court.
BY OUR LOCAL BRt'OBTKR.
Addie Fairbanks, a yonug lady residing in
Odessa, stumbled oteVO bucket in Sellers'
drying hollkehè Wednesday, "and (ailing on
her baçh received some painful injuries.
There is atomar in circulation that in one
house in Middletown forty negroes live, and
in another twenty. If this isn't economy
and (bad) health, I'd like to have a better
Land Purchase .—Onr townsman, Mr. Win.
N. Wilson, bas purchased of Harrison W.
Vickers, trustee, the farm known as
ehester," situated below Chestertown, Md.,
immediately on Chesapeake Bay. The farm
contains 1040 acres, and the price paid for it
was $22.25 per acre, and this is considered a
good bargain, as 800 acres are tillable and
yield good crops, especially corn. The pro
perty is a portion of the estate of the Mitchell
heirs, of Baltimore, and was once worth $60
000, but owing to the general decline of land,
it has reduced accordingly. Mr, Wilson in
tends occupying the farm, but may postpone
doing so until 1876.
Tramp SHrmith .—Three individuals of
roaming proclivities went through town on
Wednesday and were all very near the verge
of drunkenness. After a great noise on
Broad street, the trio started down the road
leading to Smyrna, and when opposite E. R.
Cochran's nursery one of them commenced
throwing stones at one of the negroes employ
ed there, though we are not informed whether
there was any provocation for the same
or not. The 15th amendment could not
stand thi s attack without getting angry, so
he wen * «° r t * le tl> ree of them and
thrashed them pretty well, when an arrival
of some white men caused him to desist. The
affair was witnessed from the corner of Broad
and Main streets, and attracted some notice
from passers by.
Cutting Cate .—At Sellers' drying bouse in
this town, Mr. James Collins is employed as
night "boss," and his subordinates are prin
cipally of the colored race. Some difficulty
has been occasioned in keeping many of these
hands awake during tbs night, and among
hard sleepers is Mary Blackiston. Now, on
Friday night of last week Mary was "snooz
ing" complacently,and "not a wave of trouble
rolled across her peaceful" brain. Mr. Collins
approached her three times and tapped her on
tbe arm, at the same time telling her to wake
up and go to work. The last time he did so
he shook her harder than usual and before he
could withdraw his hand the negro lifted the
knife and drew it across his wrist, cutting a
bad gash, and rendering medical aid neces
sary, beside causing a loss of time to Mr. Col
lins at the factory. Mary alleges that it was
all an accident, bat some of her friends are
anxious to prove that she had previously
made threats to repay her overseer for bis
style oP talking to her ladyship. The case
may be peaceably settled, as the woman has
begged forgiveness and offered to pay the
Delaware City Item*.
Delawabk City, Sept. 17.
The "park" presents a very inviting ap
pearance. O, if it was only lfeger !
Business is as lively in our town as else
where, and though there is ,,a dullness we
have no real cause for complaint.
The Chesapeake and Delaware canal has
done an exceedingly good business this sum
mer. Boots are eveu "locked" in tbe river
on Sundays, so as to allow safe transporta
tion to the perishable freight.
Tbe large building formerly used as a tiu
manufactory is now made a canning house.
One day last week 1,500 baskets of tomatoes
were put up, the skins having been taken
from them previously. Cans are purchased
in New York to supply the firm.
A large trestle-work is lying near the canal
locks, which is to be used to dam tbe canal
daring the coming winter, so that repairs to
the locks can be made. It is probable that
the Canal Company are aware that these re
pairs are necessary, and should have been
Repairs are being made to the Battery
south of out town and have been in progress
for some time. The Government is also
building a similar Battery opposite Fort
Delaware on tbe Jersey side, so that no vessel
can pass in either channel without properly
signaling, or receiving some broad-siders.
The sporting season has opened with a
charge on tbe blackbirds and reedbirds.
Early in tbe morning gunners station them
selves on the canal locks, and as the birds fly
over in flocks a shot is fired into them and
the birds fall in easy reach. Quite a good
number have already been killed, and as the
days go by many new sportsmen are added to
E. A C. Yon Colin, job printers, are think
ing of starting a weekly paper soon. They
have a very good office now, but with addi
tional newspaper type it will be more com
plete. We wish the paper success, but that
success will depend on the practical knowl
edge tbe proprietors have of running a paper.
We are not informed when the first issue will
be sent ont.
Rev. T. Ralston Smith delivered an able
sermon, and one very much appreciated, at
the Presbyterian Church on last Sunday
evening, bis text being Prov.: 22d chap. 17th
to 21st verse. A good attendance was no
ticed, and the speaker had the pleasure of
close attention to his words, of which he is
quite fond. It will be remembered that
Mr. Smith was once (in 1852) stationed in
Many formers have shipped peaches this
season that were not good enough to pay
freight, and consequently were not taken from
tbe deck of the Major Reybold , but brought
back to Delaware City and emptied in the
river. The opinion prevails that tbe later
frait will pay^ and thns will the growers
make up for their loss on earlier varieties.
It is shown here that cheap freights are not
The circus that recently appeared in Middle
town exhibited here the day previous. Not
much money was taken away by the three
card monte men, for all they got did not
amount to $20. I see they operated success
folly in Middletown. The circus perform
ances were good, and were largely attended.
One feature of the day was putting the ele
phant in the canal for a bath, and well did
his lordship enjoy the water, for he swam
and snorted for some time.
A Mew and Improved Caller.
Onr ingenious friend, Mr. John A. Jones,
has made an addition of auother section to
his Assorter, so that it will now assert the
peaches into four different grades—double
extras, extras, primes and calls. This new
machine is a little more intricate than tbe one
. . . ... . .
now in use, but by a man with any mechani
M, it t». b. .„11, Ml rwdii,
stood aud operated. At a trial of it a few
days ago on Crawford's Late, wi(h the rollers
*t., 5, Mr. „.d, ». um, .f
doable extras, ten of extras, twenty-two of j
primes and two of calls. The taking out of i
the one basket of double extras did not hurt j
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the appearance of the extras id the least; ;
consequently all brought by them over the
extras wonld be so much net gain. j
Pencil shipments still continue to be made,
and will last for some time jet.
The apple crop this year is not very heavy ;
except Of some varieties.
The privntë schools have began their fall
The public schools will open in a few
Messrs. Polk arid Williams were thrown
from their carriage a few days since, but were
not very badly injured.
A party of young open were also tumbled
down an embankment, with their carriage
breaking tbè vehicle, but escaping unhurt
Mr. R. L. Mailley has erected a large and
commodious coal house in the rear of his
store bonse capable of holding a large amount
Accident. —Mamie, a little daughter of Mr.
R. L. Mailley, fell a few days ago and was
found by some children with whom she had
been playing in an insensible condition.
The horses with the "blind staggers" an
der Mr. Harvey's treatment are rapidly re
covering. Tbe horse whose jaw bone was
fractured not long ago is also doing very
well. This latter speaks well for the skill in
veterinary surgery of Mr. Harvey.
Tbe usual quietude and monotony of our
town has been considerably disturbed re
cently by many incidents—the result of the
too free use of fire water. On Saturday
evening last several individuals were found
soundly sleeping upon the side walks, tbe
curb their pillow and Heaven's canopy their
covering. Tbe police's tender feelings prompt
ed him to give them a softer bed and more
comfortab le lodging; so he picked them up
and escorted them to the lockup where they
slept off the effect of their potions and on
Sunday morning were set at liberty.
Another party was arrested for wrongly
appropriating to himself the greenbacks of
another. A woman was also arrested for dis
turbing the peace and lodged in the cells
where she remained her "allotted time" and
On Monday evening a party of three enter
ed the saloon of Charles Adams and after
drinking each struck one of the inmates and.
reiurned to the street. ' Mrs. H. caught up a
stick and ran after the assailants and—meas
ured her length in the gutter. The police
then marshalled their forces and started in
hot pursuit of the law breakers. When the
town limits were reached the party turned,
drew pistols and defied further advance.
This brought the pursuers to a halt, and the
chief, finding bis gun was without a cap,
beat a retreat. The injured parties are con
valescent and rapidly recovering. No arrests
iiave yet been made.
The Smyrna Timet estimates the number of
horse3 that have died, of tbe "hind staggers"
within a radius of ten miles of that town, at
100, and the loss at $100,000. Those are
pretty steep figures, neighbor; couldn't you
take off just one of tbe cyphers?
R. W. .'Cochran, Esq., showed ua the re
turns from some of his peaches sent this week
to New York. They were of the Pollen
variety and first rate. They brought $2.25,
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 per
basket,, and there was a good lot of them. .If
anyone has beaten this in this year of too
many peaches we would for curiosity's sake,
like tp hearofit.
Rev. Mr. Kenney Suspended.
The committee appoiuted to investigate the
charges against the Rev. E. T. Kenney, of
Wilmington, which hqd been in session at
Chester, Pa., for tbe past throe days conclud
ed their labors on Thursday week. Mr.
Kenney is suspended from his ministerial
charge to await the action of the next annual
conference next spring. The evidence is not
made public, but it is understood to bo pretty
There will be a Sunday School Teachers'
Institute for Easton District, held in the M.
„ „ , nr j , ,
E. Church at Millington on Wednesday and at
Thursday, the 22nd and 23rd of September;
exercises to commence at 2 o'clock P. M. dn
Wednesday. A very interesting programme
of subjects has been arranged, with the Rev. ;
E. Stubbs, of Smyrna, Conductor, which
alone is a sufficient guarantee for a very in-,
teresting time. The friends and workers in
Sabbath Schools in general are cordially in
vited to be present.
Rev. Wm. M. Warner, P. C.
Arrest of the Senior Whitlock*
Yesterday, Deputy Sheriff, Wm. B. Foard,
of Kirkwood, accompanied by Policeman
Heald, came to Middletown and arrested John
Whitlock, Sr., on a charge of being an ac
cessory to the murder, byjhis sou, of the ne-,
gro Wm. Furches. The old man was found
at tbe grog shop of his son. The officers en
tered the room at different doors and encoun- at
tered Whitlock and another man. The offi
cers say the prisoner looked defiance at them,
but offered no resistance. This arrest it is
said, was made to stop newspaper clamor.
Old Drawyeri Reunion.
The seventh annual reunion of tbe de
scendants and successors of the Presbyterians
who were wont to worship in Old Drawyers
Church, many years ago, was held in the old
building last Sunday. As usual a large au
dience, gathered from the congregations of
the churches of Odessa, St. Georges, Dela
ware City, Port Penn, Pencader and Middle
town, was in attendance and once more the
old walls resounded to the hymns of praise.
Rev. Dr. John Crowell, of Odessa, preached
in the morning and Rev. Mr. Rogers, of Glas
gow, in the afternoon.
More Peaches for Kurope.
Three crates of peaches were shipped from
Middletown on Wednesday to go direct to
Liverpool, England. They were coated with
a preparation of paraffine made and patented
by a gentleman from New York which, it is
claimed, wilt preserve them in a perfect con
dition for a long while. When the fruit is to
be used it is only necessary to dip it in hot
water and the paraffine is removed, no trace
of it in taste or appearance being left. The
peaches were put up in the orchard of Mr. H.
N. Wiiiits under the superintendence of tbe
inventor of the process, and will leave Phila;
delphia to-day per steamer for Europe.
Green's August Flower.
It is natural for people suffering with Dys- j
pepsia and Liver Complaint or any derange
ment of the digestive organs, such as Sour
Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitnal Costive
ness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heartburn, «
Water-brasb, gnawing and burning pains at : 2l
the pit of the Stomach, Yellow Skin Coated!
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Ac., to put off from day to day buying an nr
they know has cured their neighbor,
«"V,; Kar " k s :
j 0Ur druggist, Chamberlaine, Middletown, or I
H P. Baker, Odessa, and get a bottle of
Grrer's August Flower yonr immediate cure ;
is as certain as you live. Sample bottles of;
thjg me( jj c | ne can j, e obtained for 10 cents to :
try superior virtue. Regular size 75 cents, j
In Middletown on the 1st inst. r Miss Mary
Justice, agedtyï y,ed*s.('•r ,f ) H 1 i'■
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MIDDLETOWN GRAIN MARKET.
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Prime red wheat.
Oats ( Pennsylvania) new..
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Wheat, good to amber
NOTICK TO TAXABLK8.
The town tax and the school tax for dis
trict No. 94, are now some months overdue,
and persons liable to tax are requested to set
tle without further delay.
Sept. 19th. JOSEPH
The best yard wide 12} cents Bleached
Muslin, at ... : S. Mj REYNOLDS*.
An entirety new and fine assortment of
Toilet and Fancy articles at ANDERSON'S
DRUG STORE (Barr's old stand.)
Mason's Porcelain-Lined and Gem Fruit
Jars in pints, quarts and half gallons, and Tin
Cement. Cans by the gross or dozen. Por
célain-Lined Kettles, from 6 to 16 quarts, sell
ing lower than ever. S. M, REYNOLDS.
A nice stock of French and English per
fumery—Jasmine, Heliotrope, White Rose,
Jockey Club, *c., at ANDERSON'S DRUG
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ROBELEN A BRO., of Wilmington, are
Belling Estey Organsat very liberal discounts.
Also, some beautiful Organs of other makers
at very low prices. Send for price lists.
Manifests, for the shipment of peaches and
other fruit,, printed promptly and neatly at
the TBAH8eaiPT office. a i .'.
Chamois skins'for cfeaYiing windows and
carriages 26 . 25, 30, and 40 cents at ANDER
SON'8 DRUG STORK. 11
An elegant Two-Bntton Kid Glove for 90
Ç. M. REYNOLDS:
All sizes window gtass at ANDERSON'S
ÖRÜG'STORE (Barr's old gtand.)
Granulated Sugar 12 cents ; A 11 cts, and.
B 10 cts, cash, at -S: M. REYNOLDS'.
- Bill Hoads, Shipping Tags, Ac., can be bad
at tbe Tbanscript office, at very low rates.
barrels, and quarters'; New Split Labrador
Beautiful 7} Octave P1IANOS, Rosewood
case with all improvements, for $240, war
ranted'fee five years, at ROBBLEN&iBRO'.S,
710 Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
tv. -;i .- •. it I . .'Asta
A choice Rio Coffee, green, 25 cents, roast
ed 30 cents, cash^ a tqS. M . REYNOLDS'^
You can buy Organs for $40, $50, $75,
100 and beautiful Organs with 7 ...stops, for
110, at ROBELEN A BRO'S, 710 Market St.,
8JIO «BTHtÄ? 80FÎI(UH(
Job lot Ladies' Two-Button and Gauntlet
cents cash, at
W !^-rr - r " . >,
and'ii 'Mackerel in bairefs, half
Lisle Gloves, 12} and. 25cents—vyorth
Ladies in need of a uice Silk Dross, call at
S. M. REYNOLDS' and look at those Guinet
Black Silks at $1.50,aad $1.75 per ysrd. juHJ
received 1 diffct''frô®Hhe importer^. ' ' ( 1 >'' *
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Ladies call at S. M. REYNOLDS' and lodtf
at , be new a8gortment of Hamburg Edgings
and Ipaertings, htBH w1ri|h3 and hrfces from,
10 Cents and upwards.
^ Envelopes of all sizes, and letter heads with
business cards, taraiahed, raery «heap at the
Cidrtîl beét 8[»ool Coitotf, 6 cetrisper Spool
or 70 cents per dozen Cash, at
• > v '.i- Si M. ÖÄYNOLDS'.
Éadïes^d jGent^ieWest .'étyfe Wîhdsiat^P
Ties and Scarfs in all shades and widths from
20 cents to $1.00, at S. M. REYNOLDS'.
at Calicoes, selling off.
' S. M. REYNOLDS',
Â full line of Merino Gauze Underwear for
Ladies and Gentlemen, at
S' M. REYNOLDS'. •
. The best 12} cent Hose in the market, for
sale 6y S.M. REYNOLDS.
New Orleans and J'orto Rico Molasses,
Choice Sugar Loaf Drips and Sugar Hquse
Syrups, at . 8. M. REYNOLDS'. <
À good Black Tea for 50 cents, at
& M. REYNOLDS'.
Rumford's Yeast Powder the best in the
market, for sale by . S. M. REYNOLDS'.
Knight's Celebrated Extracts of Vanilla,
Lemon and Alknond, atl.-': -V
S. M. REYNOLDS'.
if is csblrss to attempt to cleanse à stream
while the fountain is impure. Dyspepsia,
complaints of tbe liver and kidneys, eruptions
of the skin, scrofula, headaches, and all di
seases arising from impure blood, are at once
removed by Dr. Walker's California Vinegab
Bitters, the great and infallible purifier of the
blood, and renovator of the system. It has
nevrt* been known to fail, provided the patient
had not delayed using it.nntil the vitality of
his system was too far gone.
All who want a good SEWING MACHINE
and having the Casb to pay, for it, will have
inducements offered them at the Great Sewing
Machine Depot of A. T. STOOPS, N. E. Cor.
Fourth and Arch St., Pbila., they can get at
no oth^r Sewing Machine place in this city.
Old Machines taken in exchange, and par
ties allowed liberally for them.
ds .of needles, oil, silk, cotton, lfoen
Ac.,'low' for cash.
This Academ / win be
OPENED ON MONDAY, 6th in t.
n a «.. r r „ l ,|„„ .
«aies OI 1 union •
Primary ' Intenaedulte ' A®"« 6 ""'
« 8 « Term—16 weeks, $10 00 $14 00 $20 00
2l « * 3( « Terms, 12
weeks each, 8 00 10 00 14 00
The punctual attendance of those intending
patronize the Academy is earnestly solicit
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A light family CARRIAGE, in good condi
tion, for sale. Can be seen at
SAMUEL B. GINN'S,
Aug 14-tf 'Middletown'
ÇABEIA6E FQjt SALE. A/
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47 Market Street
Chicago, July 28,1875.
We would call tbe attention of the
i'Æiip : % -y '
Delaware Fruit Grover:
to the favorable opportunity they have of in
troducing their Fruit in the West this present
In ordinary years, our supply of
Peaches comes from Michigan,and the receipts
during the season, run, from 8,000 to 15,000
one-third bnshel baskets per diem, and when
tbe receipts run under 12,000, good varieties,
such as Old Mixons and Crawfords, average
$1.25 to $1.50 per basket. This year,
Tie Crop Beim a Failure,
the few Michigan growers who have Frait, are
offered $2.00 per basket, in the orchard. From
pr esent indications, wc think DE LAWARE
GROWERS can -confidently expect
$3.50 to m
of five-eighth bushel; in our city, and having
experience and standing in the business, we
offer our services, and shall be pleased to give
propspt attention to all shipments. The Fruit
can be shipped by Star Union Express Line,
from Philadelphia, at $1.50 per 100. lbs. ,]and,
in all probability, less rates can be made.—
The Baltimore A Ohio Railroad can get the
Fruit through in thirty-six hours, from the
orchards, and at less rates than tbe Star Union
Line. We have facilities for handling a Car
Load a day to good advantage, and if the
trade justifies it, eo we can handle more, we
will advice you of it promptly. Wç make re
turns the same day the Fruit is received, and
,furnish_telegraphic information of the Market
to ail who desire it.
Trusting that we shall hear from you, we
remrnW^ ' - - ^ '
.. ; : uip
CHASE & bo.
"T » 'Kl
. OKFBRIESCKSi u
1 :■ • f, .
Franklin McVcagh.A Go.,
N. K. Fairhank A Co
B. Brook' Nyce A Co.,
W. L. Heermancc, |
Aug 8-1 m. [P, "J}
- Bflftîmore, Md.
I * - A
J. W. &, G. E MERRITT,
v. Commission Merchants,
And Wholcoale' ftUd Retail De al ers in
Pears, Apple«, Grape*« Sweet Po«
■[ ; tatoes, &e.,
No. 7 Merchant# Row,
Near State Street
I fiiT*8*l' e # 3 --Mï®')L. r Â. ÈickdrdKm A^CoV
Faneuil Hall Sq., Boston ; ^A. S A J. Brown
A Co., 110 State Street, Boston.
All consignments should'be accompanied
with invoice. Stencil Plates sent free to all
durlshippers. r -
Boston, July 29, 1875.
The Bearer of this, Mr. J. W. Merritt, of the
firm of J. W. A G. H.-Merritt, we consider
good ^md .responsible parties for any consign
ments fbii may see fit'to ship thèm.
George E. Richardson A Co.
J. WARREN MERRITT. GEO. HENRY MERRITT.
'rErBSSrérr Mr! 'r^^erritt ofW '
firpf ôf ,J. W. A G. H.^ferritt, merqhantsTb).
Boston, is worthy of the confidence of all bus
iness men whom he may desire to make tbe
acquaintance of. His firm is highly respected
by all business housed that know it, and the
Messrs.: J. W. A G. H: Merritt are responsible
men financially. To whom it may concern.
ang'7-8t A. S. A J, Biown A Co.
4« J. THOMPSON & 00
FOB THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
Grain, Seeds, Hides, Green & Dried FrniCs
Batter« Egg>, 4te* v «he.
192 S. Water Street,
REFER BY PERMISSION TO
J. J. Murphy, Cashier First NatM Bank, Woodstock.
German National Bank, Chicago, 111.
Co., Union Stock Yards, Chicago.
Hat), IVtterson Ac Co., Union Stock Yards, Chicago.
Spencer Day, Des Moines, Iowa.
Industrial Age, Chicago, III.
G. T. French, formerly of Middletown, Del., last seven
years with C. R. I. & P. R. R. July 31-tf
GEORGE F. DEAKYNE
Frslt and Produce
103 Tine Street,
Consignments respectfully solicited and re
turns made promptly.
rfi AND SPLINT,
Sold às lew ns they can be bought in this
State, !or any other Special inducemen
fared fo thole who contract at once for
E. R. v COCHRAN,
,87 * * » Jj <1 i\ i\i •
We respectfully call the attention of our
friooda, end the public generally,
to the new and
Having recently erected a new and commodi
office and added a large amount of
NEW TYPE, PRESSES,
And other material to our stock, we are
frilly preparédto do
Æwp faridg of Jrinting,
AT SHORT NOTICE
AND ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS
OUR NEW CAMPBELL
Enables os to print
POSTÉES, SALE BILLS,
ftC .ny size from the l.rgiBt ji the
smallest, in any color, or
• teü ..'rwoiolblii/i
VARIETY OF COLORS,
, ; ltd '/ • lilT.'l .ft :dl )i< \
AND OF ANY NUMBER,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Arc done'irrmwh style and et miMv prices
) Wc qan do every kind of swdl work wWi
tho greatest promptness, and at ns
As can be done at any other office on
Try 'ilfiind You fall 'i
t « f a i : •:
Opposite Rail find Depot,
I am prepared to accommodate permanent
choicest Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos and Se
a fine Livery is also attached to the Hotel,
where'teams are to hehad : *t : ri fe ie n s ib lerates,
_ _ _ » ~
Come and See Me.
J. C. TOWNSEND,
,riMu P ^^y:
Opposite R^l. Jfepot,,
my mends aho the public generally
class style and at reasonable rates.
1 Bar will always be supplied with the
choicest Wines, Liquors and Sega«. _
Patronage, solicited, : .JACKSON RRlANTl
Formerly of Davis' Hotel, Pbila.
ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL. .
is (be school bnildfn'g Will n#t be complete«
before: that date. ' j ■
Parents; intending to send ibeir children,
are requested to give notice as soon nfter |he
first of September as practicable.
Circulars furnished open applies
also be had at Dr. Cbamberlaine's
WILLIAM C. RgYLHB, Rector.
for both sexes, is 21 miles west of PbHadel
phia. Superior buildings,'home care, earnest
teachers. First-class Lectures. Small pupils
admitted the entire year. Incorporated. Trus
tees are friends. Hôn. Washington Town
send says: "As to tbe progress of my
who was under your care end tuition fo
two years, I was well satisfied with tbe school,
arrangement end discipline, and the pro.
gress he made in knowledge." Term com
mences 9th mo. 13th.. . r.
Address J. SUORTtlDGE, A. M., ^
July31-4m. Concordvflle, Ph.
ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL,
TIM Rev. William C. Bailer, Rector.
Assistedfey Mrs. Butler and, if need be, by
other competent teachers, the Rector
poses to open this School iu
le Hector pur
poses to open this School in Middletown on
the 15th of September. Circulars furnished
upon application, also at Dr. Cbamberlaine's
office. July 24-ly
A Home School for Bojrc and Girls.
Scholastic year will begin September 1st.—
Annual expense for board and tuition, $200.
For circulars, address
Jul 17-12t Or Prof. C. H. Holloway.
A « AJil* ! f si 7? O i i
. A LARGE
FALL AND WINTER
ON HAND, MADE UP IN THÉ
MANNER. ALSO. A
ßO'PIECE GOODS, FOR ORDER WORK.
b BOW offere<i Fanners with the fell assurance
been thoroughly tested and perfected
IT. B D0BIBLI 1ND SIMPLE
! i-,t ->1
■ -■■'Any boy can a«qait
IT IS THE LIGHTEST
ll of .Q
As a phosphate
Sowing with accuracy. ' Phosphates which
IT iÿ A HOME
JMiÿ of itf parts can be tarnished
.j Vju -
cjf St. Georges ; Thomas F.Dilworth of Port
D. WQÖDALL & CQ
f- ' P '
of alL It-isons
r soit of
Ê >f tho sash,
PW* for entire
No. 815. This
If* "fetfest DirtÉtlsmlsr."
ssp gj iii tni attliffl
nNE ARTS and POLITE Uterature.
premium of Two
▼•'MhS onr Ct
: O ', jf.
,Xhe "MONTHLY WOB
OP FASHION,» tfce very fli
in ne u while It Is pnbUshed.
Wc wilt giv e $7,000.00 iu G OLD COIN U>
65 persons who send us the largmt number of
subscribers to our "WORLD OFFASHION," ot
at $3 each, before March 5,3867:
i As follows: To the Getter-up of the
Largest Club»«......$300.00 in Gold Coin.
2d Largest Club!.. 200.00 in Gold Coin.
,, 34 Largest Club.... 150.00 in Gold Coin.
4th largest Olnb... 130.0d m Gold Coin.
5th Largest Clnb.. 120.00 in Gold Coin.
'AtS%d»|j«t Ciufe.'.. ; Ho:ob in Gold Coin.
Ttlf Lügest Club... 100.00 in Gold Goinv
8th Largest Club... 75.00 in Gold Coin.
i 9th Largest ClnbiWHT.OO in Gold Coin.
; 10th Largest Club... 35.00 in Gold Coin.
i -UthsLargtoiClub... 25.00 in Gold Core.;
and'an on to thé 65& Urgant Club. 1
Yew get a pretofum for ererfkubscribe» you send
Both of these Gold Coin Presents offers will be
her; beeidWthe naines and P. O. addressee lf
135.00 in Gold, aceording to onr previous olftrs.
they will tell yon that we do exactly ae-we promise.
, iSTJtJ zincs, véhtn you
cate of Premiums, which you can show, and at
èeéts for one copy. Send Stamp for Fashion
, 5 Hjl
by COBRUGATED ELBOW
Race Street, Cincinnati,
ftel AttacMent for Flou.
Charles Adams, of Odessa, Delaware, has
an Attachment for Plows which has
been thorough teeted, and gives perfect satis
all farmers who bave seen it work,
it consists of an adjustable iron clamp or col
lar which can be attached to tbe beam of any
plow with whfob tbe àmoant of land to be
taken can be accurately ganged, to this clamp
fe attached two adjustable wheels, one rnn
ning in the furrow and one on the land,
which ganges any depth of furrow desired.
The advantages of this attachment are, that
it takes a uniform amount of land and holds
the plow at a fixed depth without being held
by the plowman, which saves a large per
centage of draft, that it is cheap and within
the reach of all persons needing plows, that
it can be attached to any plow in a few rata
ntes. These attachments are tieing manu
factured by D. Woodall k Co., at Middle
town, Dei., and it will be to the interest of
tbe farming community to examine them.
E. R. Cochran,
R. A. Cochran,
Pout Pein, August 7th, 1875.
Charles Adams, Esq —Dear Sir :—Yonr
improved wheel attachment for plows is in
my opinion a success. I have been using ''
one you left with me for four days, and
pleased with it. Every farmer should
see U. I expect to order them for my plows
next spring. You can refor any one to me
and I w ' 11 '>® gl»d to give all the information
I can. Yours, *c., .
LATEST STYLÉ AND BEST
BEAT VARIETY OF
ST. Wilmington, Del.
that it will give entire satisfaction, having
daring the past three yeuiu.
SIMPLE » CONSTRUCTION.
it properly, ju' i -
DRAFT DRILL IN USE.
other Drills cannot possibly
' ;; 5
upon tbs shortest notice.
Pmw, Delà waft, atfd allJothm
J 10 .tüxow
oftheM styles that b rare t»o j
as it is appropriate, for any Æ
raqairas lasa goods to make ttaa '
equal beauty. 11 is ono of the
of onr cKy. Ths rtont • *;'
loat the secret charm that
flsure^wbilo tbs «lighter perfect
rrer so adtantageooaly
■SgahrtabUer shape ; )
forma wide rnffloeach ^
which ma* be Of the -.jgM
&quljt^?y f pUrf J- .jm
entire stat No. of warnt,
Sc " 1
I Le r
Smith's Ulustratod Pattern Basaar
Sample Copy, SO Ceuta. Supecriptfon Price, 61,10
year, poat pald. One Dollar's worth of Patterns
given to each subscriber free a. premium.
We will give >2.500.09 IpGOLP COIN to
133 persons wbosend us tbe largert
ot subscribers-to our "BAZAAR," at $1.10
each; before March 1, 1876.
As follow«;: Tethe Getter-op pfthe
Largest Clnb.$300.00 in Gold Coin.
2d Largest Clnb .. 200.00 In Gold Coin.
3d Largest Club... J50.00 in Gold Coin.
4tb Largest Club«. 125-PQin Gold Coin.
6th Largest Clnb... 100.00 in Gold Coin.
«h Largest Club;.. 75.p«in G<dd Coin.
7th Largest Club... 50.00 in Gold Coin.
8th Largest Club... 25.00 in GOld'Cefn. '•
9th Largest Club..,, 25.00 in Go
Tt»h Largest Club... 25.00 in Go
Utfa Largest CTùb... 25.00 ip Gold <
and so on fo lbe T33a largest Club.
us. And every 1 subscribergels'* premium.
found at tall length in the September Numr
102 persons to whom we hnre just paid $2,
You ban write to one or ail of them, and
your own' subscription to either of our Mnga
will get the first number and your Certifi
once begiuj getting subscribers, or send 25
Broadway, Mew York City
.1*5 :•••..• ac.'îv h 'i'ü : ; i r.ut-i,
-jqrM; -.ixi yys.lir
USED BY. THOSE DESLRING ,,
Beauty, CléanUness, and
«..vii: ■ . f ' '
N vqry wh egfti ' -
GO. of U. S-, 62 CIMT Etreet, ». Y
215 A 217 Lake Street, Chicago.
77 ;-.i i> do
H ,y \
Having recently received a quantity of pa
per, ruled experely for the purpose, we are
prepared to print
For shipping FRUIT, at short notice and at
the most reasonable rates. Give us a call, w
Manufactured at lowest rates at
SAiui ft wkinri
Saw and Planing Mill,
639, 641 k 643 North Broad Street,
c 0. MAISEL
1S31 Chestnut Street,
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