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* THE WON'S MOUTH. Thit department of the paper will be open at all times to those who wish to Amish communications for publication. Bat the editor reserves to himself the right to accept or reject The name of the author must invariably accompany the article, and. manuscript should be written upon but one side of the paper. AM IHOU TO TRI NATIONAL COLORS. Editor of fie Herald: In your issue of the 28th inst, over the signature of " Hauth," appears a communication, which I cannot allow to go unnoticed. The fence enclos ing the the monument grounds, erected by my efforts, he denounces as vulgarly patriotic, and compares the pickets on the fence enclosing the grounds to barber-poles. It is very evident from the tenor of his - communication that the national colors are not the colors he sails under. And I have no doubt but what the author was favora ble to the rebel stars and bon that flaunted n the faces of our brave soldiers who sacri ficed their lives on many a Southern battle field during the late rebellion, and to whose memory the monument on Delaware ave nue was erected. The author seems very jjjqch concerned about the citizens of Dela ware avenue being disgraced by the na tional colors on the monument fence. Now, let us look at this matter for a moment, and compare the monument grounds with what I- found them one year ago. At that time I found an unsightly, crumbling, uneven piece of earth, on which stood the monu ment A more unsightly object .did not disgrace the city than the monument grounds. I found this monument with a debt of over $1,200 against it; $027.58 of this amount I found in the Sheriffs hands. The monument was seized upon for this amount. I then determined to save the State the disgrace of having the monument sold at Sheriffs sale. I undertook the task, and with the co-operation of the noble de fenders of the Republic I accomplished that object. I paid off' the claim in the Sheriff's hands. This left the grounds still in the same unsightly condition. I at once set to work and secured bv contribution, princi pally from the patriotic ladies of Delaware, funds to grade and sod the grounds, which have been done in a neat manner. To protect the grass from straggling cows and goats, it became necessary to speedily en close the grounds. This I have done with a neat fence, which will compare fa vorably with many others which sur round aristocratic residences on Delaware avenue, whose owners did not con tribute one dollar to enclose, grade or sod the grounds. But I do not wish it un derstood that the masses of the residents on the Avenue are of that class; far from it; there are many honorable, high mind ed patriot ladies and gentlemen residing there who did contribute liberally to the work, and they are not the scoffers at the National colors on the pickets. One family alone (residing some two miles from the monument grounds) were the largest con tributors, and they are perfectly satisfied with what has been done. The croakers are those who never had a ten cent piece for any patriotic purpose, but gave aid and comfort to the enemies of our country in her hour of peril and calamity. Such men should be thankful that they are per mitted to have the liberty guaranteed to them by a government they at heart op posed and secretly tried to destroy ; sym pathy with the rebels, but too cowardly to take up arms, This is the class of men, Mr. Editor, that is so disgusted with the red, white and blue colors, on the pickets. They are equally as rnueh disgusted with the monument itself erected in mem ory of our fallen heroes, but they have rtbt got the courage to say so. If they had it in their power there would remain no monuments of onr victorv over the rebel hordes who sought to destroy our great and good country ; nothing but public sen timent keeps such traitors from o|tenlv opposing the marble shaft, as the national colors on the pickets. Such men are a dis grace to a Republic, and if their record should lie handed down on history's page, their grand children would djsown any connection with the family name, as did the descedents of Arnold and Utirr, of the Revolution. i Yours truly, Kli Crozier. To the Editor rf the Herald: 1 notice in the Commercial of yesterday an attack, in a very mild manner, upon (.'apt. Pieties, the same article favoring Mr. Liechtenstein for President of the Council, and, moreover, apologising for Mr. L.. by saying that lie is ph vaically disabled. Are the editors of the Commercial in Mr. L.'s condition? and did they send their precious bodies to the war? No, they were the ones to stay at home, and, like Arteimis Ward, would sacrifice their relations for the sake of country. Now, they wish to injure the character of a man that was never Republican. General McClellan had no warmer sup|»irter when a caiididatefojfiFres Commercial, Tfffireover, to look at the ports of General Haves to the War De partment, on whose staff' Capt. Postlcs served as an aid. and they will iiscertajn what kind of an executive officer he General Smyth told me shortly shortly lie fore he was killed, that Capt. P. was one of the most discreet and bravest officers in the raginient. I have known Captain Po-tles for Over twenty years, and believe him q man of unblemished character, and that lie will make an excellent presiding officer. ' An Old Soldier. Wilmington, Aug. 30, 1875. « 1 j A I siflent. J would a-k the re i Wite. 'V It The investigation Into the affairs of the Erie Railroad, by the English stockholders will not tie completed until Wednesday. M1LFOK1). THE 8CHOOMERS-INPROVES4BNTB—SOCIETY. Milford, Aug. 90th, 1875. Our town just now holds a prominent po sition among others of the Peninsula for the support extended to the laboring rlspirn through the various Industries its extlnslve shipbuilding, fruit drying establishments, basket and wollcn factories, while Lank Is still lying at the wharf with his three-masted schooner, lately launched, Mr. Senbun is on Us way rejoicing, expecting to reach the city of Brotherly Love by the 1st prox. Peaches whether profitable or not, are being shipped In laige titles from the depot, or more particularly, south Milford la stead Uy[making advance imto the,country. The land of the late Rev-T. O, McColley has been divided Into building lota upon which many residences have ajfpady been erected. The scatlet fever has at present abated. Our town haa, during the summer months, en* tertalned many visitors. Mrs, Hyer's friends still remain and their gayrty con tinues. Bu-, though we have probably the finest society in the lower Peninsula,we need some places of amusement. quan Mllford, Observer. From our regular Corretpoudenl. Milford, Aug. 30. 1875. Wednesday last, as we were ambling our slush covered pavements, we were ap proached by a son of Ham (or descendent) inquiring our name, after being informed, we were our illustrious self, our heart pal pitated, (for as we thought,) a billet-doux was laid in our band: on investigation, the following greeted our eyes : Mr. and Mrs. O. DeWitt will be happy to see[Mr.-on Thursday evening, Aug. 26,1875. The happy evening came, and up on arrival at the DeWitt mansion, we were surprised to see the large gathering of fair ladies and brave men. Among the ladies the Missess W. and Miss C—, of Philadel phia. Miss Anna R., Miss Lou G. Miss Bessie S., and our fair hostess of this town were centre's of admiring groups, and as lady after lady continued to arrive, the number was run up in the large counts, then your correspondent was proportionatc •ly happy. To speak of one gentleman and not mention all would raise the demon jealousy, but as they all looked well, in car cutting collars, white neck-ties, and soaped lo:ks. I will only mention one, and of that one I must speak, Mr. H. H. P., of your city '•par excellence;" his affableness with grace ful movements in the dance, marked him for the target of fair eyes. (Mr. P. was initiated into a new quadrille.) The tardy musicians arrived, then the- cry rose "on with the dance, no sleep 'till morn," and royally was it obeyed. 12 1 2 o'clock the banquet was held, and while the beauti ful composition, ''Lee's March," was given, we seated ourselves. To describe the boun teous board would be long and tedious, a much more liappy way is to use a little ne gro toy's expression. ''Golly, how dem folks do eat." After the pockets had been tilled the gents retired to enjoy "Flor ele fu ma$'' with our generous host. 1 'i o'clock we were once more under the influence of Strauss' choice selections, and until the sil very gray of morn dawned in the east, did fair forms cease to turn in the delightful waltz. Tne participants were rr.ueli pleased with the curtesy shown, and as the party was a surprise to many, the memory of Mr. and Mrs. De Witt will long live in their memo ry. Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue, Dr. Davidson, is improving very slowly, (if at all). His physician now has hopes of his recovery. Mr. H. H. Pretty-man is fill ing his position. The shipment of peaches is our prin cipal excitement: 12 ear loads per day were forwarded last week, hut returns were not so pleasing to some few shippers. Our ship building is completely paralized, the sound of a hammer is no longer heard in our land. Mr. Lank launched a 750 ton schooner a month ago. and has been very unfortunate with her: our creek draws 7]/j feet of water, while the vessel draws 8. T. .VLir.4Jf *> ITEMS. THE VISITORS-CELEBRATION—PERSONAL. Strangers who have been spending their summer here are. now rapidly taking tlieir departure. One day last week, Dr. Lowlier, of this town was called into consultation to Freder ica where he was once settled. While Clay Creek Sunday school between' two and three miles in the country, holds its celebration Saturday of this week. Mr. Constantine McLaughlin, who has a flour mill a mile or so from town, Is about setting up a provision store in Squire Caulk's store room, formerly occupie 1 by Dr. Henri f Rev. Mr. Porterof the Presbyterian church has returned from Saratoga. He and Mr. Sheppard of the Methodist church exchanged pulpits on Sunday, as is the custom here in the summer time between the Methodist and Presbyterian .-ongregatiims. \KW ADVERTIS EMEXTM. E. A. GLAM' 08STRING BAND, I'Si East tilth street. WILMING I't i.V. DELAWARE. Music furnished for b ills, parti Ac., at reasonable rates. s. picnics, uigai-lw ALTA HOUSE, M Xo. 103 East Water Street. GAME OF ALL K -N.H IX SEASON. MRS. REYNOLDS. uug3(!-6t V r OTI( E.—A meeting of tile IremocratR of >.3 tne Sixth Ward alii lie held at their headquarters, 702 East Seventh street, on Monday evening. August rt 'iu o'clock A full attendance is requested. H.i». -MITH, aug'M-tf Chairman. the Horning herald . // Is Is the only Morning Paper published in the State of Delaware. AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM It will prove of great value to the Mercan tile portion of the community. # The Herald contains all the latest Tele graphic News, bright and newsy locals, pointed and pithy Editorials, a full line of Correspondence, and a variety of Miscel laneous matter. THE MORNING HERALD Is published every morning, (Sundays ex excepted), and delivered in the city of Wilmington and surrounding places for six cc-nts per week, payable to the carriers. Mall subscrip tions, postage free, THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, O'BYRNE BROS., Publishers, NO. 506 SHIPLEY ST., WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. MlSCiaXAJIEOUB. gEUOND OF THE 8EAS0V. T HE RHINE OF AMERICA. 8MITH'8 GRAND EXCUR8ION7 THURS DAY, SEPT. 8,1875, Leaving Wilmington, Del., at 6 a. m. by me dal train of cars, and arriving at Jenny City at 1AJ0 a. m.; thence by the splendid steamer Richard Stockton, up the Hudson, world filmed for Its matchless scenery, and appro priately styled" The Rhine of America." A landing will be made at Newburg, giv ing an opportunity to view the place and Inspect Washington's last headquartors^nd affording a view of the moat magnificent river scenery In the world. Returning down the river, taking the spe cial train at 7.30 p. m., and arriving home the same evening. Those who desire, can spend the time in Hew York City, and Join the excursion on Its arrival at Jersey City, at 7 p. m., allowing nine hours In the me tropolis. Arrangements have also been made for those who wish to stop over nntil Friday or Saturday, by presenting their ex cursion ticket at the office in Jersey City and the payment of f 1.25 extra, they ean re turn on any of the through trains. The city Cornet Band sill accompany the excursion. Refreshments served on the boat. Seats in the cars will be numbered and checks given. Fare for the round trip, #3.75; children under twelve years, #2.25. Tickets for saleat the book-store of Bough man, Thomas A Co., 421 Market street. Make early application, by leaving your name. Every effort will be made to render this ex cursion the most respectable, pleasant and delightful of the season. P.T.E. SMITH, Manager. nng28-tf HADDOCK, R. .PLASTERING AND CALSOMINING, asg26-ly Eighth and Shipley streets. JJRS. O'CONNER, FASHIONABLE MILLINER, 222 KING STREET. Wilmington, Del. aug23-lm JJENRY BUXBAUM, . MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING, And Gents' Furnishing Store, No. 23(1 Market Street, 8. E. t'or. of Third, AVUmington, Delaware. nug25-Im QRAND EXCURSION TO READING, PENNA., On THURSDAY, AUGUST 20th, 1875. Train leaves Wilmington at 6:30 A. M.; re turning, leaves Reading at 7 P. M., giving nine hours in Reading. LAUER'S PARK AND A FIRST-CLASS ORCHESTRA Has been engaged for the day. Secure your tickets early. For sale at^nll the principal stores in the city. A grand base ball match will take place be tween the Actives and Keystones. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS: Jno. Dolan, W. T. Simmons, G. Wilhelmi, D. Magee, A. J. Harkins, E. K. Lynch." Managers—J. D. Canning, C. A. Ryan, aug 23-tf. OSTOX 99c. STORE. B COME AND SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY FOR Ml CENTS. JEWELRY, LADIES' FULL SET, GOLD-PLATED, Bracelets, Rings, Ladies' Chains, Gents' Chains and Seals, Set of Gents' Studs, and many other items of this description. Sets of SILVER-PLATED Knives nnd Forks, Napkin Rings, and Spoons, Ac., Ac. Large Lamps, Glassware, and Vases, all kinds; Toilet nnd Wine Sets. Albums, Pictures and Frames, Brackets, Travelling Bags, and u thougand other tilings not mentioned. , NEWHALL * PHELPS, 801 Market Street. aug23-tf JjOSTON BROWN BREAD IS VERY GOOD FOR DYSPEPSIA. 2,000 LOAVES ARE SOLD EVERY DAY BY JACOB STUCK, And at the Branch Store, S. E. Cor. Third nnd Poplar Streets. Aug.28-lmf JOHN H. REES, N. E. Cor. Second nnd Orange Streets. PICTURE FRAMES, of all styles made to order of Walnut, Gilt and Imitation. LOOKING GLASSES, SQUARE AND OVAL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at the lowest prices, aug. 23-ly WILMINGTON SOAP WORKS. J. A. Wilson A Co., Manufacturer ol Family and Toilet SOAP, Third St., bet. Spruce and Church, aug 2(-ly ABY CARRIAGES, B Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY. ADAMS A BROTHER, 5)6 Market street, Wilmington. aug 23-ly OOTS AND SHOES. B 102 WEST FRONT STREET, (2d door from Sbipley) Boots and Shoes made in workmanlike manner, of the best material, and at mod erate prices, and satis! ictlon guaranteed. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. The public are invited to give me a cuN. F. C. HO WAHL). JOHN L. MOLONE, MARBLE YARD, 8. W. Cor. Delnwnre Av. and Madison St. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. aug 23-1 m wAjfm me City giv and spe can Join City, me been nntil ex re the and ex and 'y^TANT^D A Q ricK sjjART BOY TO LEARN THE HARNESS BUSINESS . At HIRAM YERGER'S. 405 Shipley Street. Aug.27-tr.t QUR SELECTIONS or OLD RYE WHISKIBS ARE UESURPASSED. We have in stock: MOORE'S 1866, 1868. SHERWOOD, 1868, 1861, DOUGHERTY, I860, HANRI8VILLE, 1870, JOHNSON A SON, (BOURBON) 1888. Champagnes, Sherries and Port at re duced prices. aug28-tf-t P, PLUNKETT A CO., 106 Market Street. pLEASE NOTICE THAT THAT YOU WILL FIND Books, Magazines, Newspape Blank Books, Writing Paper, Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Initial Papers, rs, Slate Pencils. Lead Pencils, Steel Pens, <• School Slates, Mucilage, Ink, Penholders, Dominos, Checkers and Boards, Back Gammon Boards, Dice and Dice Cups, Lotto Games, Base Balls, Croquet, Pocket Knives, Wallets, Stationers Hardware, Drawing Materials, AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF STATION ERY, AT E. S. R. BUTLER'S . No. 430 Market Street. Aug.27tf.f J^ANIEL No. 216 WEST SECOND STREET ■(CrBKEI, WILMINGTON, DEL. Would beg leave te eall the attention ot the citizens of Wilmington and the surround ing country to his large stock of goods con sisting of Men s, Women's and Children's re be BOOTS AND SHOES. of all sizes, and of the best makes, which he will sell lower than the same goods can be bought In the city, so call and examine his large stock of Boots and Shoes before purchasing elsewhere, as you will be con vinced of his low prices. Remember the place, 216 West Second street. mti27 DANIEL McCUSKER. ALES OF REAL ESTATE. 2 story brk dwelling, 1221 Tatnall St. 6 rooms 3 " ' •• 318 E. 10th St., 7 '• " " " 402 Madison St., 6 " 2, " brick and frame, 301 W. 12th St. " dwelling, 817 Walnut St., 6 *• 2 " " " 113 W. 11th St., 5 " 810 Orange St., 7 " Front St., bet. Broome nnd Rodney,4 rooms N. W. cor. Girard and Orange Sts., 8 rooms 114 W. 12th St., 7 " 515 Tatnall St., 10 " 631 E. 6th St., 7 " 206 W. 12th St., 7 " 2u8 Walnut St., 8 " 628 Madison St., 7 •* 836 " " 7 " s 2 3 2 " cottage " 2 " stone " 3 " brick 3 " 3 " 3 " 3 " 3 3 " 3 " 3 " M0 " 7 " " 7 " 812 N. E. cor. 11th A Tat, 222 Maryl'd Ave 7 rms 712 E. 7th St., 8 room* *25 Bennett St., 4 " 830 " " 4 " Store and " 3 story brick " 3 " 2 " 2 " 2 " 2 " 2 " 2 " MI7 ' 4 825 .. 4 .. 827 4 " - " 526 Tatnall " " " " 503 E. 4th St. " 13" " *• N. ;W. cor. 7th A Mon roe streets, 8 rooms house wltn lot adjoining atN.W. cor. 7thand Orange, dwelling 303 Shipley street. S.W.cor. 8th and Wil son St., 8 rooms 624 E. 5th St., 4 " 3 " 3 " 3 Store and 2 story brick " Hotel property 2(2 A 234 King St., 14 Store and dwelling S. W. cor. 10th ana Wilson streets, 8 " 3 two story brick dwelling houses Front near Harrison St., 6 rooms Store and dwelling 8. W.4th A Madison St. 3 story brick dwelling house 1227Mark't St. " 1018 Tatnall St W. 7th 3 " 2 " 801 8t. 6 roams 2 story frame dwelling house 835 Ora nge St. 7 rooms. 3 story brick dwelling house 226 N. Jackson Street. 8 rooms. 3 story brick dwelling bouse 1103 Jefferson Street. 3 story brick dwelling house 818 W. 4th St., 10 rooms. First-class hrleh slaughter house In the Western part of the city. 3 story brick house, No. 405 E. rooms. 3 storv brick house, No. 407 E. 6th Street, 10 rooms. These properties will all be sold on easy terms, and some of them will be exchanged for farms if desired. 6th Street, 8 F K of EVANS PENNINGTON, Ileal Estate Broker, 8. W. Cor. 8th nnd Market Sts., Wil., Del. aug. 23-lw A prominent New York physician lately complained to DUNDAR DICK A CO.about tlieir Sandalwood Oil Capsules, statlngthat sometimes they cured miraculously, but that a patient of his had taken them with out effect. On being Informed that several Imitations were sold, he inquired and found his patient had not been taking DUNDA8 DICK A CO'S. What happened to this physician may have happened to others, and DUNDA8 DICK A CO. take this method of protecting pliyslclaus, druggists and themselves, ana jireventing oil or Sandal wood from coming Into disrepute. PHYSICIANS who once prescribe the Capsules will continne to do so, for they contain the sure Oil iu the best nnd cheap est form. DUNDAS DICK A CO. use more Oil of Sandalwood than all the Wholesale and Retail Druggists anJ Perfumers In the United States combined, and this Is the sole ranson why the pure Oil is cheaper in tlieir Capsules than In any other form. OIL of' SANDALWOOD is fast superse ding every other remedy, sixty Capsules only being required to insure a safe and certain cure in six or eight days. From no other medicine can this resalt be hail. DUN DAS DICK A CO'S SOFT CAPSULES solve the problem, long considered by em inent nhyslolaos,of how to avoid the nausea and disgust experienced in swallowing, which are well known to detract from, If not destroy, the good eflects of many val uable remedies. Soft Capsules are put up In tin-foil and neat boxes, thirty In each,and are the only Capsules pYescrlbed by physicians. iMlClHM iMlidBM_nulir nil ■nil many otMr nauseous medicines can be "''Oy and "sfely In DUNDAS DICK *Capsules. No Taste. No Smell. 4a*Tnese were the only Capsules admitted to the last.Parls Exposition. Sand for Circular to 85 Wooster Ft. N. Y. fe OLD AT ALL DRUG STORES HERE. Aug. 14th—3t . Register's Order. . Register's Office, New Castle Conuty, August 23d, U pon the application of Ann DomTh^ Administratrix of Henry Doughertv Wilmington Hundred, In sild Conm deceased, it is ordered and directed bv Register that the Administratrix aforLiiJ give notice of the granting of Letters! Administration upon the Estate or the ceased with the date of granting thereof causlngadvertlaements to be posted withi forty days from tne data of such Letters six of the most public places of the Count, of New Castle, requiring all persons havC demands against the Estate, to present same, or abide by an Act of Assemblvi? such case made and provided. AudaU cause to be inserted within the same In the Wilmington Adrrtiser, a paper published In Wilmington, and to continued therein two months. Given under the hand and Beal of of the Register aforesaid, at New Castle New Castle County aforesaid, the day year above written. of S. C. BIGGS, Register, NOTICE. P ersons having claims against the the deceased must present the duly sttested to the Administratrix, on® before August 23d. 1876, or abide the Actd Assembly In such case mode and provide ANN DOUGHERTY, Administratrix] Address, Wilmington, Del. aug 28-2m All <• AN ACT To alter and amend the Act entitled Act to raise Re venue for State and Connt] purposes," passed at Dover, March M Be It enacted by the Senate and House Representatives of the State of Delairs in General Assembly met, from and ageot this ActilsliaUnot be lawfulforai Assessor in this State to assess, and noti shall be levied and collected on any debit debts due from debtors residing In til State sccared by or due on judgment di cree, recognizance, mortgage or bond ft any purpose whatever. Sec. 2. And be It further enacted thatttl act shall not apply to, nor exempt fra taxation any bonds, mortgages or any «t« obligation due or owing from any incorpt rated company in this State from any tan tion whatever, and all acts and parts'ofau inconsistent with this act be and the tan are hereby reperled. Passed at Dover, February.dth, 1875. Section 1; That after the BOOTS AND SHOES No. 4 MARYLAND AVEXO ALSO AT JEFFERSON and CHRISTIANAS I would announce to my friends and public that I am prepared to do all kind of custom work in Ihe Boot and Shoe in the best munner at moderate prices. REPAIRING Neatly and promptly tronage respectfully solicited. done. Public may22-3m. JAMES T.'HANSOS. OTICE TO COUNTY TAX PAYERS The taxable residents of thelst.2nd.Sil 4th and 10th wards, being the first Electioi District of the city of Wilmington, Xu Castle County, Delaware, are hereby noti fled that the undersigned County Col lector for said District, will beat his'ffl^ Nb. 6% West Fourtli street, for tlic puma of receiving the State, County and P'.-j Tax for the year 1874. N T. D. GIBSON, Collector DUTY OF COLLECTOR. Chapt er 12, Sec. 11.—If any person fail pay his tax in ten days after this uottfi i.he Collector shall levy and collect same with cost. Sec. 12.—If the owner reside out of Hundred, or is a minor, the collector siul levy and collect the tax of the person] properly of the tenant thereof. Sec. 13.—If there be no timber or grass,] a sale thereof cannot be affected, then shall sell a sufficient part of the lands tenements of such taxable. Passed at Dover, April 10,1873. All delinquent tax payers for 1873 are quested to call rnd settle their taxes will out further notice, or it will be eolleci| according to law. T. D. (j N otice to county tax payer 5 Notice Is hereby given that all per»o Indebted for County, State and Poor Ti for the.yenr 1875, for theSecond or Norths District of Wilmington Hundred,rausta and Settle the same. The Collector willl found at his office, corner of Eighth si Ipley streets, or in the evenings at t idence, 805 West Fourth street. Duty of Collector.—I f any person « or neglect to pay their Tax within tends) after this notice, the Collector may to| and collect the same with cost aeeorJs to law i Shi res If the owner »f any Real Estate shall i] reside in the Hundred, or is a minor,j shall be the duty- of the Collector to 1«1 and collect Ihc same off the persona! prfl eslyof the tenant thereof.— Extract/to nil law. LEWIS McC'ALL, Collector. EXCELLENT TRUCK FARM I EXCELLENT TRUCK FARM For Sale, The subscriber offers for sale an Truck farm, containing THIKTY-THKff ACRES) ol good land highly Improved, small stone Dwelling, Wagon House Burn, and two springs of excellent and a sufficient quantity of timber for F iurposes. This farm will be sold entire n lots from eight acres upwards K urchusers. This property Is situateaj randy wine Hundred, near the Pike, about three miles Irom WllminM and is one of the best truck farms county. There is on the proper'y an dance of fruit, such as peaches, pears, cherries and an abundance of nuts. This property Is within hours ride of Wilmington, oaeol markets in the country. The farm closed by an excellent fence. A fine of water runs ttnough the lnrm, wawi tntee fields. For further Information iffy to JACOB MARTIN, on the dec20tf of in If T. HINKSON, JR THOMAS FOX, PROPRIETOR OF CHRISTIANA II0LSE, COR. 4th AND PINE STS, Announces to the public that his k always filled with the choicest ClGAjl WINES, LIQUORS AN'P &c.