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Late TnAffariiNtnra or TbMs.—
It sometime« «cours that it becomes
trees late in the
bave swelled
new growth eommenoed. This' ean
be done quite safelj if due caution is
given in protecting the roots from light
and air. In removing t r a in or-assa il
shrubs afttf*g
we have w wa
near by, lljd'ai
up, the rlDs*
every one is thoroogMf *et, then fine
earth is scattered over all the large
sMfißffSESS
as well as becoming dry while beftij;
packed up or removed, from one part of
the grounds to ano ther. Â portion of
the branches is also removed, and usu
ally it is best to do this before digging
up, because the pruning can be done
much more systematically and readily
while the tree is fixed in the earth than
afterword ; besides, it lessens evapora
tion in proportion to the number of
young sbeots and leaves removed quite
safely, even after growth bas com
menced in spring, if these precaution
measures are strictly followed,
ere trees have been left heeled in
growth has commenced, the roots
be puddled as taken out—that Is,
pped into solution of earth and water
of the consistency of thin mortar. This
should always be-done when trees are
to be set Out In a windy day, for a few
moments' drying will frequently make
one-half difference in the growth of a
tree the first season, even if ail other
conditions be favorable. — MoMre's
Rural.
or
jwth has eommenoed,
giog-pflt full of water
loofem* the tree is du
are re-lprinkled uni
tr
until
may
di
Expmibmok ih Plastbb with Clo
vbr. —In the spring of 1873 I sowed
one field of MghLfopes to nets, thor
oughly herqplmKMe*-4aÿ, then sowed
on clover seed and oross harrowed the
field. I then put qo-ahont threa peeke
of platter to the dore; end the remit
wee a good yield of oats and a fine
pateh of clover, which grew finely
through the ennwer, and last
produced à Jayge harden MlfjaumheT oik
oloter hay. Tbia I am now feeding to
my oalvea, for I préfet' it tb'aèy- otnér , 1
ses BTSrtiï taüa
whieh I seeded the eight acre lot, I
seeded one of four acres, and in pre
ciselv the same manner, save that I
sowed ptdeterien "t#® aOrei bMt.
need as
other two aorea went without planter.
How for tha remit. Where the planter
was sown, the clover grew aa finely aa
in the eight acre lot, and
much hay last season ; on
ont planter the yield of oata was light
er, and what clover seed sprouted, or
nearly all, diad from the effects of tha
drouth ; so much so that it would not
pay for harvesting. The soil was
sandy, Whkt wa term here sanffYhblltj
and poor at that.
n with
'
; t |^ttRiN 0 Cows.—The nrilk of eow|
soon after they have oalved, ooutaios
more buttery and it is rrmeh more easily
churned than it 4 afterwards. ! About
five months after calving the milk un
dergoes a ohange, and the orham is aoi
only in qqajify.^biitdhq butta* globujea;
are smaller. The reason why milk
froths in ohnrns is, that when it sours,
alcohol »formed by the decomposition
of toe sogar of mflk y and this causes
the milk, when shaken or bkhtet), 'Id
foam or froth. If this froth exista t«
s large extent, butter will not come,,
and the milk is useless for churning
purposes. Tbe longer a caw is Milker
after calving the less is the yield
butter and the less nourishment is there
contained in ker mUk.
n Oi /n}r4i—.- fi »» W
Youb Hobsbs. —When you have so
good a machine aa a horse is, keep him
like s machine, in good condition, with
out straining,- and without exposure fo*
the cold and wet when he » not in ex
ercise. The difficulty,ia_taJmi a .»nod
of
(I
good sise, reliable, true and tough,
and working well together. Sueh a
out off, fron
be
their fine u of m
ng
ne
(
Stock Gatefy. ; ; ,
Posts — A correspondent of the
Country Gentleman writes: " I have
had in experience of ever aixty years,
on one farm, and have tested the mat
I have found that chestnut poets
of young timber will i$s| outeb longer
than old, and that those set top down
#111 stand nearly or twice as long as
those set with butt ond down ; and
that small poets, say three to four
inches in diameter, outlast larger poets.
All poste should be thoroughly Masoned
before setting. Seasoned chestnut
posts of young emsll timber *411 last if
set top down from eight to fifteen
ears. The beet sise for lasting is from
our to eight and ten inches in diame
ter; the larger sises above five inches
to be split, those over seven inohea into
four pieces. "
ter.
I
To prevent overreaching in horns,
bsstep the fore foet.and retard the hind
ont». TfatiiÉ 'dona by arranging the
'Mttftlÿ 'otatotte to the'general
shoes
iule
Soc<
sense, and lower fhe heels of the hind
shoes by the same rule. Tbia will be
more than likely to remedy the evil, as
it will assist the fore feet to get out of
the wav ip time; for a clean reaeb for
Iemm
The aaed of iqnilow«ra is the most
healthy feed that oen be riven to horse*
wiutejwpdspring; h»1fffpints day
Keeps them in health and spirited, with
sleek coats, and more animated than
any other foed. It prevents " heaves
and some other disease*.
in
>>
Every farmer should gather a quan
tity of road-dust daring the dry
mer weather, which will be found very
useful for the fowls to dut thamaelves
in during the winter to rid themselves
of vermin, alio for applying to oattle
when troubled that way.
After raising the best crop yon ean,
tbe next tftiog ». to infos: tbe mortgage
oo yonr form ; when that is taken np,
a farmer feels iu better epirits.
There is pleuure enough in thie life
to make os wish to live, and pain
enough to reconcile us to death when
we can live no longer.
California, with nil her immense
wheat erop and other agricnltnral
wealth,'imports eggs.!»'«
. It
Jtmenras.
T * - ,
a Jefferaon avenue clothing deal
»e in ft« arm chair in front of
man,
whose
guides
found ;
•ftitdi
his door, and after a kindly salute the
ag eu t hwwle d wt o ne of his guides and
HI
e book in
ime, time
ad in this
le
the won
table'and route if every
ml
»I
country
" I naffer puys such kind of pooka.
5 ?
replied the dosier,, vylanced
through it.
" Rut you wabt that pamphlet, my
dear air. You look like a man who
travels around considerably, and no
traveler ean
these guides.
" I don't care to guide no railsqad,
said the dealer, shaking bit head an
turning away.
" Hold on, now
it onoe. Suppaoe, for instance* r that
you want to go to New Orleans.'*
•• I shall neffer go there so fo^ne I
am born."
" Well, suppose you want to go to
Omaha?" W
" Den I don't go." ~
" What do you do when you wnht to
go to Chicago?" asked the persistent
agent. <7
" I sthays at home."
" Well, 'suppose you had tar go:
wouldn't you have to look at a railroad
time table then ?" % •//
• 1 No, sir. I should go down py der
depot, get on der tram, p«y/^o
apples off der poy, and 1 should s
off in Chisago like some grease !"
The agent bad no fnrthar arguments
to advanoe .—Detroit Fmee Press ■
Hl 8oü<JHT SOLTfUh^ND Rist. —
A man who had been long bombarded
by hard times entered n yard on Lafay-
ette avenue and stretched ont in the
shade of a tree. The gardener came
of
get along without-^e
—just look through
me
step
CMeojrthad-tfaere» and tha «range* replied :
r, I eeek soljifije Un# «st, I want
to be far from the maddoning crowd "
bkW td-|it," said tbe gard
the great problem of my life," waq.lhp
quiet answer.
A policeman was brought around
Tte^kMÆ6iseeI3até4roliH, aU>iÜÄed
tha old vag'a coat collar and inquired.
" Will you walk into way parbr ?"
" I'm looking for solitude
the stranger,, kicking with all his
might.
It took three officers and the garden
er ta get him oat, tie him, and load the
body on a wagon, but he got juat where
the solitude wes thick enough to bo mit
with an old jack knif e.
O Üa^W<r«ll4*b4le iriUl
!" shouted
Vabious Kinds.—A ragged tnd (ofi
lorn-looking man was yesterday seen to
fell ddwapDjStpth stfée» aa if<ow«r<$ife
by the heat, but befora any one eould
wind endes a shade,
and asked if
rpachihi
'free, j wugD rnpre
he waa ill. replied :
Kéoti&ed «lean over by a sun
afrokp.','^ „ iro.i iil
" Do you feel any pain ?" was aake^.
" Lots of it ; my legs sre as stiff as
possible.]', ä>i Jid
11 The iqq effe
legs'. * ! I f gft > U c y
^M^lYft4f.^ eaid the old
man, with a,
h^d
I—not the
instruck
tt
irit. "You
t
e are vari
oaâkin&jaC ('JaUnfitrokot thut there are
SSL
I*
The oitixens pawed on and left him
groaning.
man at the breakfoat table the other
,
a gentle çow, which » suDolviux the
family with o$e of the best, luxuries, is
' the des
About naif an hour later that
fit only fof;'
t
•fV.
a rail fence and'jammeff The milk 'pâil
do wo ovärfhidhMW,ianl the barnJford
was . black wi
hro^tftnftils i
the>im*n was bombarding' tbe gentle
i.t.1 if
Some of tbe deacons v down East
seem to have a bad practice of snoring
fondly while asleep fo ohnrch, which
appears fo disturb some folks there, as
a Maine paper recently had tbe follow
ing polite notice for one of them :
" Deacon . Jones is requested not to
commence snoring to-moirow until the
sermon has begun, aa some persona in
the neighborhood of hia pew wphld like
to hear the text "
»
„ - r 77fimTil'llic
" It seems to me your loaves are not
ioised a oouple of loaves from his bas
est ; " do you supposa you can ebeat
me ?" "I don't want to cheat you,"
snob au ttniouatiou : " I know toe
loaves ware weighed—every soul of
them—and one weighs just as muoh as
t'other, hi gracious ; and mere, t
dare h*y| ftfhe iruth wrt knoWn f
The other day a Detroit husband was
reading, that the premonitory symptoms
of insan
faee, tbie
ou'll know what it means, and you'll
now what to do." " Yes, darling,"
she softly replied, as she laid tbe a
down. " I'll have on efoetie and a ciub
waiting for yon "
, flashed
e handed
r
It is related iff a certain clergy mat,
noted for hil Ibh'g efertffons, with many
divisions, that one day, whan be was
advancing «meng the teene, he reached
at length a resting-place in his dis
course, when, panein| to take breeth,
and asking the question, '• And what
shall I say more ?" a voice from the
good joke is going the rounds of
the western part of this Slate at the ex
pense of the erudite editors of one of
atlieSi who, on discover
ed ont into tbe street
A
is
ly
the
Michigan
ing a fire, rain
shouting: " Conflagration ! eonflsgra
tiori !T otmfiagretibir! !*' Approximate
hither with the implements of deluge
and extinguish this combustion."—
Detroit Evening News.
to
It requires
good fortunes
grenter virtue to snatsin
than bad.
c*rw t.n , i . .
^HtuAüwm ÿirtnorg.
yOQBPORrHQF OFFICERS.
Asszsson—C. E. Anderson,
Tows CoxinasiosaBS.— T. S. Horn, Presi
y Jas. H.
. Wilson.
Tmâscrib.— I saac Jones.
Justice of the Peace.—D eW. C. Walker.
Qmbt*bo»aso PoLtosMA».—L. B. Lee.
LAÏrMontER.— F. SehreVtz.
PUBLIC.
,N
<
. Reynolds.
TRUSTEES OF THE ACADEMY.
Bon John P. Cochran, Pres. ; Henry Davis,
; James
illiams.
«
I
Treas. : Samnel Penington, Secretary ;
Kanely, B. Gibbs, R. T. Cochran, N.W
PRurenj^ onAC AtWMY.-^ Trfe Stevens.
OFFICERS OF CIŸÏEENS' NAT'L
BANK.
Dibsctors. —Heny Clayton, B. Gibbs, B.
John A. Reynolds, J
Fenimore, M. E. 1
Casier, Joseph Biggs.
Pbesidbht.—H enry Clayton,
Cashibb.— J. R. Hall.
Tbllbb.—J ohn 8. Crouch.
ames Culbert-
Walker, J. B.
T.
, K rc:
DIRECTORS OF TOWN HALL CO.
J..M.4fofc, Pses.; SmuusPP enington, Sec.;
J. R. Hall, Treasj R. A. Cochran, Jas. Cul
bertson, Jas. H. Seowdrick, Wm. H. Barr.
cmjRcaÉs.
.mi it s.
Foust Pbsbbttbbiah.—R ev. John Patton,
D. D., Pastor. Divine service every Sunday
at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30p. m. Sunday School
at 9 a. m. Lecture on Wednesdays at 7.30 p.
m, Sunday School in the Chapel at Arm
strong's every Sunday at 2.30 p. m.
By. Akbb's Protestant Episcopal.— Rev.
r m.C. Butler, Rector. On Sundays—Morning
Prayer, 10.30 a. m.; Evening Prayer, 7:00
p. m. Sunday School, 9 a. m. Evening Prayer
j Fridays at 5 o'clock.
MsthodiSt Episcopal, —Rev. L. C. Matlack,
D. D., Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10.30
a. m. ana 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 9.30
SnsnSHTOo p. m. Prayer Meeting on
on
Thursdays at 7.30 p. m.
Colored Msthodist.—R ev. N. Morris
Pastor. Service every other Sunday at 10.30
p.mtai 3 and 8 p. m. Sunday School every
Sunday at 1 p.m.
MASONIC.
days of every month at 8 o'clock, p. m.
Union LpgiGBMo. 5, -A. F. A-. M. Meets on
tbe first-ffo«Hbifd> Tuesdays of every month
at 8 o'clock, p. m. Masonic Hall.
KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIA8.
Damon Looos, No. 12 Meets every Friday
evening at 8 o'clock. Lodge room in the
Town Hall.
I. O. O. F.
Good Samaritan Lodge, No 9. Meets every
Thursday evening at 7J o'elk. Lodge Room
in Cochran Hall, No. 2, Cochran Square.
[G AND LOAN.
[.—Samuel
Penh
at 8
QBL
•/ W ...
■ [ or Middletown .
A. G. Cox, Sec
Tnesday of every
Mutual Loan A
-Jas. It. Scowdvick,
p. m.
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.
PlNINS. AGEICULIURAL AND POMOLOOICAL AS
SOCIATION. —Wm. R. Cochran, President and
Chairman of Board of Managers; J. B. Nan
dain, Secretary. Annual Meeting fourth Sat
urday in Jannarv. Next annual fi
r fourth Sat
urday in January. Next annual fair will be
held on October 4th, 5tb and 6th, 1876.
DIAMOND STATE BRASS BAND.
Meats for practice every Monday evening at
B o'clock.
DELAWARE RAILROAD.
Passenger trains going North leave at 7.07
8.33 a m and 3.59 p m ; going Sontb at 10.42
a m. and 7.34 and 8.52 p m. Freight trains
wittL passenger car attached, going North,
lean at 8.05 pm; going Booth, at 2.40 a m.
P08T OFFICE.
Office Hours. —Opens at 6 30 a m and
closes at 9 p m every day except Sunday
Mails for tbe North close at 8.15 a m, and
3,40 p m.
Mall for the South closes at 10 15 a w
Mails for Odessa close at 10.23 a m and 8.80
p m.
Mails for Warwick, Sassafras and Cecilton
close at 10.23 a m.
STAGE LINES
Stag« for Odessa, with U. S. Mail, leaves
shoftiy after arrival of tbe 10.43 am and 8.52
p m mail trains.
I Stages for Warwick, Sassafras and Cecilton
Jmye shortly after arrival of. the 10.43 a m
trfcfo.. I „
Independent in everything! Neutral in Nothing!
' ' Opposed to all Corrupt Rings
In Municipal, State and National Affairs !
Kht Umts.
A FIH8T.CLAI
MORNING NEWSPA
PER.
Is published every morning, Sundays
cepted, and delivered in the City of Philadel
phia and surrounding Cities, Villages and
Towns, for TWELVE CENTS PER WEEK,
Miyable to the carriers. It contains all the
lews of tbe Day, including tbe
ex
Associated Press Telegrams,
'A& Special Telegrams
. -i.i' And Correspondence
from ail points of interest, full and accurate
LgC^I Reports, and Fearless Editorial Discus
sions of all current topics. It is a first-class
newspaper in every respect.
ADVERTISEMENTS
y displayed.
J®-The circulation of " THE TIMES " is
much larges tbaa.tbat of any other daily pa
per in this City or State, with the single
ception of the Ledger, and is constantly in
ex
M _ _____
E STIfulL, LIVE.
.
: 1
E OLB
YET ON TOP!
The Oyster trade having closed, we have
commenced tbe Ice Cream seasoo by patting
up À Horse Power, which enables ns to supply
ICE ORBAM
we
to
IN ANY QUANTITY
that may be desired—from 1 gallon to 100,
daily—upon short notice. Our
CONFECTIONERY, CAKE,
—AND—
FRUIT DEPARTMENT
is full, as usual. Children's TOYS constant
ly on hand.
On and after MAY 20th, we will sell
f
ICE
he
and
the
to all who may want it to tbe amount of 5
lb«, daily, at our store from 8 to 9 o'clock in
the morning. No Ice sold after 9 o'clock and
none delivered without tbe CASH DOWN !
and in no quantity of less than 5 lbs.
E. B RICE & CO.
Agints.
may6-tf
®*nte Stable.
EirPMA, wilmington and
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
PEILAD
Delaware Dim. Tine Talle.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
N and after Tuesday, AUG. 1st, 1876, (Sundays
excepted,) Trains will leave as follows:
SOUTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed.
A. u. r. h. r. u.
0
NORTHWARD.
Passenger. Mixed
A. M. A. M. P. M.
810!
7 00 -Baltimore-
-Philadelphia—
-Wilmington—
-Del. Junction
1 30-New Castle—
-State Road-
7 00 3 00
10 45 6 1&;il00
1130
515
8 00
9 25 5 00 9 39
12 55
6 30
9 35
6 37
9 43
9 08 4 42
6 4«
9 55
9 57
ism
1016
8 56 4 30
4 21
8 58
-4--B« 6 sey4U- _
——Kirkwood- 8 47 4 19 8 48
_Mt. Pleasant— 8 40 4 09 8 34
-Middletown —
-Townsend-
-Blackbird-. 810
-Green Spring-; 8 04
-Clay to
ymm
ii
7 08
2 05
717
2 19
10 26
10 43
8 33 3 59 8 05
816 3 42 7 43
3 33 7 24
3 25 7 09
7 34
2 40
743
2 57
10 53
747
3 06
10 58
1106
7 54
3 15
3 20 6 59
8 00
1113 800
1128
Hll8 8 05
3 CO
7 40
3 20
7 53 3 10
IS
3 38
wi-j-Brenford-
——Moorton-
— -Obrer ——
—-Wyoming——
-Woods id
—Canterbury-
-Felton-
-Harrington—
—Farmington—
3 03
7 47
1124
3 49
252 608
244 5*2
2 35 5 36
2 30 ' 5 28
2 25 5 21
213: 4 59
2 02 4 39
152 4 24
7 37
U35
410
U*2 824*
1150 8 32
7 30
7 18
11 55
12 01
1216
12 24
8 37
7 13
4 50
8 43
7 00
8 56
5 15
6 51
5 30
9 04
6 42
a
9 14
12
5
6 32
4 09
0 24
142
ri
12
6
617
1 27
3 40
--Seaford--
-Laurel-
-Delmar
The Mixed trains will be run subject to de
lays incident to freight business. Trains will
stop only at stations where time is given.
103
9 40 6
112
3 15
6 02
954
710
1 23
2 55
5 50 1 00
135 10 08
»0» t
W f* f * *ain on
aiW SatufiSiy 1 will make'
Delmar with train for Ocean City.
New Castle Trains —Leave New Castle for
Wilmington and Philadelphia at 11 10 a. m.
12 35 and 6 4Bp nr. Leave Wilmington 6 20,
11 45 a m, and 1 25 p m for New Castle.
Smyrna Branch Trains —Additional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 10 30 a m
6 30 and 7 35 pm. Leave Clayton for Smyrna
8 05 a m., 3 25, 7 05 and 7 55 p m., to make
connection with trains (North and South)
from Clayton.
CONNECTIONS :
At Townsend, with Queen 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 Delmar, with Eastern Shore Rail Road, and
Wicomico and Pocomoke Rail Road,
ang. 5-tf
H. F. KENNEY, Sup't.
TO THE PEOPLE OF
Fort Penn, Boria? loot, Coils'
Bead aoä Delaware Baj Store.
For the last six weeks the steamer
ARIEL,^^
Capt. J. L. Robeson,
Has been running regularly ACROSS THE
BAY from Bombay Hook, making a very de
lightful and cheap EXCURSION. This is to
announce that from and after tbe present'date
tbe Music of a fine
PARLOR ORCHESTRA
will be added to the attractions of the trip.
The ARIEL, on down trip, will leave the
different landings (according to the tides) as
follows: Port Penn, from 10.54 to 11.15 A.iè.
back at 3.30 p.m.
Collins' Beach, 11.15 to 11.45 n.m., back
at 3 p.m.
Bombay Hook, from 11.30 to 12, back at
2 p.m.
Excursion TICKETS across the Bay, from
either landing, 25 Cents. No Half-fares.
Children nnder 6, no charge.
REFRESHMENTS AND MEALS, BUT N©
LIQUORS ARB SOLD ON THE ARIEL.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
The ARIBL leaves Bombay Hook for Phil
adelphia daily, (Sundays included) at 2.30 p.
m. Collins' daily, (Sundays included) at 3
p.m. Port Penn at 3.45 p.m. daily, (except
Snndays) touching at Chester, and reaching
tboeity from 6.30 to 7.30 p.m. FARE (from
either landing) to Philadelphia, 50 cts. Chil
dren 6 to 12, Half-fare.
PEACHES and other FRUIT will be
riëd on the ARIEL as in former years.
E. B. TAGGART, Agent,
104 North Delaware Avenue.
July 20, '76.
Cftr
W. C. Eliason, Clerk.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS.
On and after Monday, JUNE 5tii, 1876,
Steamer
MAJOR REYBOLD,
n
h
Capt. W. Eugene Reybold,
Will leave Salem, N. J., every day (Sundays
at 6 a.m. Returning, leave Arch
StreetWharf at 3 p. m.
EXCURSION TICKETS
from Salem, Delaware City and New Castle,
good for ten days, 75 cents, good to return
on either "Reybold" or steamer "Perry."
Stages for St. Georges, McDonough, and
Odessa, Del., Sharpstown, Woodstown, and
Allowaystown, N. J., connect with Steamers.
ex
FREIGHT AT LOW RATES.
lost goods must be reported to the
Captain within three days.
All
Spring and Summer Arrangement.
On and after WEDNESDAY, MAY 10,
THE STEAMER
TRUMPETER,
will leave Georgetown, Md., at 7 o'clk, a. m.,
Shallcross' at 7:30, Turner's Creek at 8, Bet
terton at 8.30, and Buck's Neck at 10 o'clock,
every Monday, Wednesdays and Friday, ar
riving in Baltimore at 1 o'clock, p. m. Re
turning will leave Baltimore at 10.30 a. m.
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The "Trumpeter" has recently been thor
oughly overhauled and repaired, an^ is now
in first-class condition, furnishing excellent
accommodations for passengers ; and we sin
cerely trust that the friendly relations hitherto
existing between her and the public may con
tinue to exist, for which end we will ever be
found striving to tbe utmost of our ability,
marl- ly WM. CUNDI FF, Master.
And
of
to
Etc.,
R. TOWNSEND,
TOWNSEND, DEL.,
WITH
in
A. STEWART & SON,
Commission Dealers
IN
PEACHES, &c.,
are
play
office
and
to
NO. 29 ft 31 FULTON ROW, WEST WASH
INGTON MARKET,
NEW YORK.
P. 8.—Shippers written to daily, and pro
ceeds sent promptly each week, and between
the close of the peach season and Christmas
we will pay for lost baskets. We shall_ also
cart peaches over the ferry from Jersey'City
to New York for 3 cents per basket and 5
cents per crate.
Mr. WM. N. WILSON will be our shipping
agent at Middletown, daring the coming
peach season, and will be assisted by Mr.
ASBÜRY PFNN1NGT0N.
that
he
give
or
ed
to
at
that
je24-3ms
THE OLD
AND
-RELIABLE.
T HE undersigned respectfully
citizens of Middletown and
is prepared with excellent Horses, Wagons
and Carts, to do all kinds of HAULING at the
lowest rates. Coal and Lumber hauled at
short notice and on the most resonabie terms.
Orders for baggage or other parcels left at
the Post Office will receive prompt attention.
Good Building Sand always on baud,
t janl-77 W. W. WLSON.
informs the
vicinity that
Jteijtater'a (Briers.
REGISTER'S ORDER.
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle County, June 5th, 1816.
Upon the application of Skreck F. Shall
cross, Administrator of HUGH FLEMING,
late of St. Georges Hundred, in said County,
deceased, it is ordered and .directed by the
Register that the Administrator aforesaid
give notice of the granting of Letters
of Administration upon 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 most public places of tfje County of
New Castle, requiring nil per*»# havtag de
mands against the Estate to dreSént the Same
or abide an Act of Assembly in such case
made and provided? and alsobauae the same
to be inserted within the same period in the
Middlitow* Tparsorwt, a newspaper pub
lished in Middletown, and to be continued
therein two months.
Given under the band and Seal of Office
of the Register aforesaid, at New
Castle, in New Castle County afore
said, the day and year above writ
s'. C. BIGGS, Register.
M.
39
48
34
05
43
24
09
ten.
59
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the Es
tate of the deceased must present the same,
duly attested, to the Administrator on or be
fore June 5th, 1877, or abide the Act of As
sembly in such case made and provided.
S. F. SHALLCROSS, Administrator.
Address—Middletown, Del.
36
28
21
59
39
24
jun!7-2m
09
40
REGISTER'S ORDER.
15
55
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
Nrw Castle County, July, 1876.
Upon the application of HENRY DAVIS,
Executor of ISAAC CAULK, late of Appo
quinimink Hundred in said county, deceased,
it is ordered and directed by the Register
that the Executor aforesaid give notice of
the . granting of Letters Testamentary upon
the Estate ; of the deceased, with the
date of granting thereof, by causing adver
tisements to be posted within forty .days from
the date of sach Letters, in six of the most
public places of the County of New Castle,
requiring all persons having demande ami
the Estate to present the same or abide by
Act of Assembly in sueb case made and pro
vided ; and also cause the same to be inserted
within the same period in the Middlstown
Transcript, a newspaper published in Middle
town. and to be confined therein two months.
Given under the hand and Seal of
{ ,--- Office of the Register aforesaid, at
L.S. > New Castle, in New Castle Connty
v-w aforesaid, the day and year above
* written. S. C BIGGS, Register.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the estate
of the deceased must present the same, duly
attested, to the Executor on or before the
5th of July, 1877, or abide the Act of As
sembly in such case made and provided.
HENRY DAVIS,
Executor.
Address—Middletown, Del. ju!15—2m
t
for
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ust
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Job frinlinj.
to
PRINTING I
T ransoript Office,
MIDDLSTOWN. DEL.,
3
BOOK, CARD AND GENERAL
JOB PRINTING.
Haring just added another supply of new and hand
some types to our stock, we are now better
than ever before prepared to execute
promptly, neatly and at
moderate prices
I
Jot) PMm of Evey Descriptisn
—SUCH as—
CARDS,
CIRCULARS.
BILL HEADS,
LETTER HEADS,
CHEQUES,
NOTES,
DRAFTS,
LABELS,
j
DODGERS, and
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
GENERALLY.
—WE ALSO PRINT—
PAMPH LMS,
PROGRAMMES,
STOCK CERTIFICATES,
CATALOGUES,
REPORTS, Etc., Etc.
And cordially invite all persons who may have need
of any of these things, or any style or kind of printing,
to favor us with a call and learn our prices. We give
especial attention to the printing of
POSTERS,
SALE BILLS ,
Etc., which for attractiveness and beaut; we think
cannot be surpassed, if equalled, anywhere else.
Having every facility for the prosecution of the
PRINTING BUSINESS,
in all its varied details we respectfully solicit the pa
tronage of our friends and the public.
OUR PRESSES
ved kind while our stock of dis
are the latest improv
play TYPES, CUTS, &c., cannot be surpassed by any
office on the peninsula. Employing skilled workmen
and giving oar own personal and constant attention
to our business, we feel satisfied of our ability to give
satisfaction to all who may favor us with orders, and
invite an examination of the style and quality of gur
work.
ill, or otherwise, wilt Re
orders by
eelve prompt attention.
E. REYNOLDS.
Willow Grove Mill,
LATE DRUMMOND'S.
The undersigned would notify the public
that he has taken the above mill, thoroughly
overhauled and repaired it and with a com
petent and practical miller feels satisfied that
he can give entire satisfaction to all who may
give him their patronage.
He is prepared to buy grain at market rates
or to store it for farmers, having lately erect
ed bins for that
to the citisens of Middletown and Odessa, or
at any reasonable distances in tbe vicinity.
Prompt attention given to Grist Work so
that people bringing grain to the mill to be
ground will have but a short time to wait.
ju!l-3m J. B. FENIMORE.
Will deliver Flour
SJLXjE bills
Neatly Printed at this Office.
Baugh's
of
GROUND BONES,
ACIDS AND CHEMICALS
—FOR—
FALL SEEDING
LOWER PRICES.
SAMPL ES SENT FR EE.
ANALYSIS GUARANTEED.
EXAMINE AND CHOOSE
from thb following
Old Established Articles.
BAUG-H'S
GROUND RAW BONES.
^B^Guaramterr Pure
In Bags on board of Gars at works at the fol
lowing Cash Prices :
$30 00 per Ton
3100 " "
32 00 " "
■33 OB'
34 00
100 Tons and over,
50 " to 99 Tons,
" " 49 "
1,
,1 .1 9 ..
30
10
of
it
1
This Bone I* liroxnd Put) Is mot
steamed or baked, aad the solid bone has
not keen selected from It.
PHILADELPHIA
GROUND BONES
In Rags, on boabd Cars at Works.
at the following Cash priées :
$28 00 per Ton.
29 00 " "
30 00 " "
31 00 " "
32 00 " "
100 Tons and .over,
50 " lo99;Tons,
30 "
10 "
' 49 '
" 29
a 9 <•
1
Guaranteed Analysis:
Ammonia,
Bone Phosphate,
from 3 to 4 per cent,
" 42 to 45 " "
No. 1
Fine Ground Bones,
Guaranteed Analysis :
from 2 lo 4 per cent
" 14 to 17 " "
33 lo 37 "
Ammonia,
Phosphoric Acid,
Bone Phosphate of Lime,
This article is ground very fine, and is
noted foe its quick action, and can be bought
at the following reduced prices, free on board
vessel at our Philadelphia Works :
100 Tons and over, $28 00 per Ton, 2000lbs.
50 " to 99 Tons, 29 00 " " "
• 30 " " 49
" 29
30 00 " "
I I
31 00 " "
32 00 " "
10
" 9 "
1 "
BOITE IbÆE-A-ILi
WARRANTED PORE.
A fine Powder absolutely free from all im
purities of of every kind.
Prices free on board cars at works.
100 Tons and over,
75 " to 99 Tons,
50 " to 74 "
30 •• to 49
10 " to 29
1 " to 9 "
$36 00 per Ton
37 50 " "
39 00
40 00 " '
41 00
42 00
tt
11
tt
u
Guaranteed Analysis:
Ammonia, -
Phosphate of Lime,
J ^W'The above prices for Bones are given
for the date of this advertisement and we do
not bind ourselves to them for tbe season
through. Barly engagements are strongly
advised for our friends and customers as pri
ces will probably advance.
4 to 4} per cent,
48 to 50 "
BAUGH'S
n ft pE m
m
MARK
R1V
BONI
SUPER-PHOSPHATE.
Made from Raw or Unburned Animal Bones.
CHEAP FOR CASH AND CASH ONLY.
We are now selling our Raw Bone Super
Phosphate on the following
Guaranteed Analysis :
Ammonia,
Soluble and Precipitated
Phosphoric Acid,
Phosphate ,of Lime, ren
dered Soluble,
At NET Cash Wholesale Prices to dealers
and farmers, F. O. B. in Philadelphia, at the
following low prices :
100 Tons and over, $35 00 per Ton, 2000 lbs.
75 " to 99 Tons, 36 00 " " "
50 " to 74 " 37 00 " " "
30 " to 49 "
10 " to 29
1 " to 10
from 3 to 4 per ct.
** 9 to 11 '
h
20 to 24
38 00 1
39 00 11
40 00 11
ii
ii
ii
STANDARD OF QUALITY STRICTLY
MAINTAINED.
While we announce a reduction in the price
of our RAW BONE SUPER-PH08PATE, we
would respectfully represent to dealers and
farmers that its standard of quality has been
strictly maintained. The proportions of sol
uble and precipitated Phosphoric Acid, and
Ammonia, have never been higher than they
are in the article we are now selling our cus
tomers. This statement we make as a bind
ing guarantee.
BAUGH'S
Rod,
Guaranteed to contain
Twelve Per Cent. Soluble and Pre
cipitated Phosphoric Acid.
We believe our ACIDULATED PHOS
PHATE ROCK to be superior to most of the
Acid Phosphate now in the market. Farmers
that have need it for séveral seasons, are well
pleased with it, aod the demand for it is
rapidly increasing.
A
a
to
IV. B.—One Dollar per Ton ad
ditional on all price« If «hipped
from Baltimore.
CHEMICAL SUPPLIES
OF ALL KUH»
Always on hand and sold at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
For pure and good articles.
SEND FOR PRICE LISTS.
LAND PLASTER
We grind only from extra quality of Lump
aud our brand bas given the highest satisfac
tion for the last two years.
SEND FOR PRICE LISTS ft CIRCULARS.
BAUGH & SONS,
Manufacturera and Importers of
FERTILIZERS & SUPPLIES,
No. 20 S. Delaware Ave
•«
PHILADELPHIA.
No. 103 South St., Baltimore.
Jnl 22d—2m. -
jphasphatfs.
Soluble
Pacific
Guano.
QUICK IN ITS ACTION.
PERMANENT AS BONE.
Be sure and see the Exhibit of the PACIFIC
GUANO CO., at the Centennial. They have
Corn, Tobacco, Cotton, Vegetables and Flow-
ers all growing from the use of the
Soluble Pacific Guano.
Examine the model of the works and see
all that enters into the SOLUBLE PACIFIC
GUANO, aud be sure and use it ibis fall.
Ask your nearest dealer for the
Soluble Pacific Guano
SHARPLESS & CARPENTER
1
Ho. 3ft South water Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
Jul 29-3m
WHITELOCK'S
VEGETATOR.
ü
99
** *****
Qd HITE L 0 0 ^*4*i<0V
.1* VEGETATOR
*?** BALTIMORE • **
*'*'^C*®f*«a^'**
THE
LEADING FERTILIZE]!
OF THE WORLD.
UNIFORM IN QUALITY.
GOOD FOR ALL CROPS.
W. WHITELOCK & CO.,
44 SOUTH STREET.
BALTIMORE, MD.
aprl5-Sm8
pELIO**
REGISTERED TRADE , o
g38.00 per ton.
S0LUÀBLE MARINE GUANO,
Reduced to $48.00 per tan.
Circulars and analysis mailed free on application.
For sale by Dealers generally and by the Importers
and Manufacturers,
JOSIAH J. ALLEN'S SONS.
No. 4 South Delaware Ave. t Philadelphia.
ESTABLISHED 1832.
ODESSA WAGON WORKS.
Constantly on band a large stock of well
seasoned materials, from which those desiring
Wagons can be accommodated at short notice.
Also, a large stock of
FLOWS,
HECKENDORN, MOORE, CONCAVE,
WILEY, ETC.
Harrows, CuMiators, Bailors, k
Farmers' Attention is called to the
celebrated
PIONEER STUMP PULLER
»
which has met with universal favor, having
been tried in nearly every State.
REPAIRING neatly and promptly attended
to.
We are selling low for cash.
L. V. ASPRIL & SON,
ODESSA, DELA WARE.
Janury 15th, 1876—tf.
Valuable Real Estate
IN SASSAFRAS, Kent Co., Mo.,
AT PRIVATE SALE.
By virtue of an order of tbe Orphans' Court.
This property consists of a large JbX
TWO-STORY BUILDING,
brick front and a frame back building two
stories high, containing nine rooms in all,
with a good cellar under the main building.
A good pump of water at tbe door. There is
also a good STABLE and Carriage House and
a lot containing one acre and thirty-seven
>erches. The location is desirable as the
tome of a Physician, as tbe death of Dr
Clift, the former owner, leaves the whole
neighborhood without
This property will be sold upon very rea
sonable terms, and those wishing to examine
the property or obtain farther information as
to price and terms, will call on or address
R. S. GRIFFITH, Adm'r,
Sassafras, Kent county, Md.
one.
apr 22-tf
TOWNSEND HOUSE,
Opposite Rail Road Depot,
TOWNSEND, DELAWARE
I am prepared to accommodate permanent
and transient guests at reasonable rates.
The Bar is at all times stocked with the
choicest Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos and Se
ga«.
A fine Livery is also attached to the Hotel,
where teams are to he had at reasonable rates.
Come and See Be.
WM. B. HOLLIS,
Proprietor.
April 8-tf
FOR SALE.
A FINE 4 YEAR OLD COLT FOR SALE
that can trot a mile in three minutes.
Apply at
jnl 16—lm
THIS OFFICE.
îgÂâêî»mK
■ '
GRAIN DEALER
»
Middletown,
Üf
AGENT FOR
m
Wm. Lea fir
BRANDYWINE MILLS. V ■
Highest Mwkot Prioe
PAID FOR GRAIN
f
On rkeaapenka anal Delaware Wats
. ' -
OR ON DELAWARE R. R.
And its Connections.
Jan 1, 1876-tf.
w. ]sr.
Wholesale and retail dealer is
Grain, Fi
FLOUR, FRU
FARMING
im
99
y*-*
9
AND
m.
• .
m
Has on hand fresh from Robert BuisPs
Store, of Philadelphia, a large and wsfi select
ed tot of
LAND PLAST
Fnrnlskad by the Ten or Basket.
e
Agent for the sale of the following Agricnl
tnral Implements from the well-known
honse of J. C. Dnrborrow k Co.,
'I.
Baltimore, Maryland:
The Harman patent steel-tooth Horse Bake,
manufactured by the Taylor Mannlkctaring
Co., Westminster, Md.
Cider Mills of the Keystone, Buckeye, Excel
sior, Sr. and Jr., and Hntchinson patents.
Grain Fans of tbe Montgomery, Van Winkle
and Randal] patents.
Lawn Mowers, Plows, Harrows and Cultiva
tors. All orders promptly attended to.
Agent for Riggs' patent
~ TWO-HOR8B GANG PLOW
Croquet seta from $4 to $20 per set, manu
factured by Howes * Bebee, Rochester, N. Y. #
The most reliable manufacturers.
ON MAIN STREBT,"
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE,
(Wear tha D e p a t .)
Apr 22—tf
J. B. FOARD.
FOARD & CO:
't
Grain Commission
AND WHOLESALE AMD Un» DEALER* »
Lime, Fertilizers,
COAL,
FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, Ac.,
ALSO,
Agricultural Implements.
Sole agents for
HAMILTON'S CELEBRATED GRAIN AND
PHOSPHATE DRILL.
Also, ßole Agents for the
soluble pacific Snsao,
Whann's Raw-Bone Super-Phosphate and
SUN GUANO, '
RUSSELL (JOE'S PHOSPHATE,
J. M. Rhodes' Genuine Phosphate,
Which we can sell on terms to suit the tight
ness of the times.
All kinds of COAL constantly on band, and
for sale at the very lowest cash rates.
STANTON MILLS
BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR.
sept I2-ly.
Isaac Jones, Jr.,
MIDDLETOWN; DEL.,
GRAIN
t
Commission Merchant
AND WHOLS8AUS AND G ST Alp, PBALK« IN
COAL, LIME, FLOUR,
FEED, SEEDS,
FERTILIZERS,
Agricultural Implements,
Best Lehigh and Scbnylkill anthracite and
Cumberland bituminous Coals on
hand at ail times.
Jan 1, 1876-tf.

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